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IN Voters THE: MIDWEST WITH Dead In 'Copter Crash DeathsNEW ..,

JOHNSON (AP) President YORK (AP) Seven
Johnson said today "Americanadon't I yean ago more than 800 mid.

want to" gamble with Social I dle-aged men began: following a
Security And he argued "prudent
diet"
that Barry Gddwater's farm aimed at preventing

policies would spell disaster Second Chopper Doomed ,I, heart attack.
Mingling these Issues with a } } They became volunteer m""" .

recital ot his peace.and,prosperity her of New York Ctrj's -Antf:


flew"America1 theme.Into the President Middle heartland West Johnson" he_ By South Viet Nam Reds duce Coronary changes the were amount dub.designed of Their cholesterol to diet re

called It to get started on a
a fatty material blamed tor
elxdy. campaign tour of 11
clogging up heart arteries! &in
states from Ohio California.
Johnson, In a speech prepared SAIGON South Viet Nam had been destroyed\ the tire. their bloodstream. ?
tor delivery trout the court. five Americans and Vietnamese the nation also remained the Ann the
hpuse steps at Peoria HI., I a hot. Coronary dub told
1 aboard was shot down ATTACK REPORTED American Public
called Social Security "one of i Health' Association I
in flames 13 miles west of Sal. of
the most Important issues ot "The' Saigon government reported the results to date
this campaign. con ,today crashing the midstof early Tuesday that a y. t Fight of the club member
BANKRUPTCY SEEN a powerful Viet Cong unit. large Viet Cong assault tore i have died of heart attack
CHAIRMAN State Rep. James H. All six men aboard the helm attacked a district capital near
The President said This fa I
some people a rite about onltthll'th.t !
he didn't name them Sweeny of DeLand, left, has been named honorary copter were presumed !killed. the Cambodian frontier about of other middle \
chairman of the annual St. Peter's Fall Festival slated Ground troops who fought 140 mile west Of her. also aged men
want to make the program vol checked who did
their to the burned wreckage not
,untary. And he said this would for the parish grounds Nov. 6-7. Sweeny, a state legis ''found way three bodies char: Softening up defenses for t change their sating habits.
nearly an hour with fire from
"bankrupt the system." lator from Volusia County for 16 years earned the red beyond recognition. The other heavy mortars and 37mm reeoilless r ONE DEATH sctCESeven
Goldwater has called for voluntary honorary post.for "his outstanding ,contributions to his three bodies could not be esnnon, the Commu of the eight died within
Social Security, but not community. a civic,, political and religious leader," found. nits hurled up to 400 1 men Inseveral two years after Joining the dub
lately. More recently, the Republican members of the festival steering committee announced PRESUMED BULLED: waves at about 100 got Only one died sine then, during
presidential candidate in making the appointment. Sweeny is shown discussing -> While it was presumed they ernment troop year "when presumably the
has spoken about protecting the plans with Fr. Patrick 'J, :Malone] pastor of St. also had been killed there was '. diet had a tuber opportunity te I
program from amendments some possibility they had survived exert It* physiological effect""It
Peter's Church. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore
)
which he says would destroy It. : and were captured by the Will seema reasonable" I
He Includes medical Viet to I
Insurance Cong.A attribute the
for the aged In that category.On I second helicopter also was rate ol heart ilgnlflcantly attacks lower
farm policy, the President Enterprise Man downed nearby, but Ms crew dub members to the diet among said I
took more direct Issue with I reportedly survived and was Dr Seymour H.
Blaster a heart
Goldwater but again without repairing the aircraft lor a specialist. :
naming names. This came In a flight back to Ita base. Michaelos '
speech prepared for his first The two helicopters armed Mesa following the food advice ,1
stop of the day Des Moines, Found with rocket and machine guns, had within a year algainesatSj!;
in the center of the corn belt. Guilty Of had been providing strafing lower levels ol ehotetten ta :
Johnson attributed to Goldwater support for a small operation by their blood Oaa the men ant I 1,
views Vietnamese ground troops.. Other making tilt change the report!
by quoting him on
helicopters in the flight saw Lead add*.
I' farm policy which he said
would strike "a devastating one machine burst into flames Among the "men fcOowtag fit*
blow to the heart of the American Killing BrotherBy and hurtle into the midst ot the diet and iged M to d. there was '
enemy below. one heart attack far aa inamal
economy. The helicopters could not fire rate ol IM per ioo,000
Calling for broader farm price Into the Viet Cong for tear of George Michsslos and Walter neck and I ; 3, Orange pry I Among another group el similar men
supports, Johnson said "we : ( COBLE> slaying of Us brother by A U- hitting any American survivors. Nordmann were top vote getters ballots : ; .*. l3, 4/; eg* not changing their estmg
have come too far as a people Bun News Staff Writer man Circuit Later final
Court helicopters and
Jury. tighter habits
there
la yesterday's Democratic primary std 43. lit were four attacks
united by common agreementand Algae Bradley 25 Jurors deliberated hour bombers pounded Viet Cong Michsslos
Enterprise one '
lot
a rate ol Ml 100,000.
common principles to be commercial ffshemua, .las and U minutes before bringing positions around the site ,but and ,will tale each other mass. Ave. School per
diverted by .heartless prescriptions night\ was convicted -of It'COlld la jbe} verdict Bradley*face*.'m avoided the creak site itself. 'I'II..daiI11I a runoff' tW.fh: Wes ( ) Ideal Builders Among dub tun aged :90 to 51 1
' of economla nonsense." degree murder for the knife sentence of from 20 yean to life. Aboard! the burned helicopter Volusia" Hospital Authority Com- MI01" Ja sire eta. there wore *sve heart clucks
Bradley had been Indicted by were three American officers! .thie4os/ poll. received JC1. Phillip M for sa annual rst' of 371 pw
the Spring Term Grand Jury forth two enlisted men and the Vietnamese In a field t>t seven a.ndJdltltlfJchaelol drew 361 Center, M, 100,000, compared with eight
New Jersey Speech first degree murder of his observer.' Troops who ) owner At severe Rai'. 104 j High School attack among a smaller, aoa-
brother Samuel. 3ft. Algae had entered the area said the guns package store, end Nordmann, j ; Volusia Tractor, dieting group for an annual rat.
been drinking heavily! on May II and rockets of the helicopter aa ornamentals nurseryman ran I Of the >*... r..a of IJ31 per 109,000.

and became unruly. When hi* crabs (
brother attempted to quiet him OVER SCIIOOL SIT-IN PROTEST absents ELECTRICAL WORKERS
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Barry Sees Peril Algle whipped out a razor sharp polls ,;
knife and lashed at him. Samuel the \
received The I
multiple wounds en the
chest and back and his Jugular called! to Reach Accord
Police Arrest \ '
vein was severed Mothersth Dtm '.

In Johnson Power DEFENSE CITED hospital : :
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Defense Attorney John Godbe effic .
claimed intoxication and insanity Drew S
WITH COLDWATER IN NEW The Republican presidential at the time of the slaying is the NEW TOfU (AP Police i third day ol their sills\ st crafts ) General! for personnel and James B*
address delayed theory ot his defense. A rebuttal today arrested dozens of defiant the school. In addition to the U njbllcans the Interna Carey, roE lntrntlonl, pre W
Sen. whoa
JERSEY (AP) Barry nominee wss dent
witness' school first amt second directly receives th Wotk- They added ut a itat>
white
testimony of Algl mothers backing t grader
Goldwater flew into New Jersey because he was besieged )
Bradlf')''* action In her home sit la protest against an Integra Involved In the protest, the will go agreement mint, however:
to tell by autograph seekers pledged
cheering
today a after the tint which transferred mother were accompanied by election 1 lunnr" con "Local demand bsus have
shortly
slaying was Indirect program
breakfast audience at Atlantic that if be Is elected he will re- : I
33,000 mI been
I contradiction to his testimony their children away bom the several younger children. The vote settled In mm plans U
that It is "not safe" to due the of the preel.denry !
City powers I plants others, local lasses
dill
that he was so drunk that neighborhood school WARft0 UMIED cast for th have t*
have so much power availableto which, he said have he didn't know what h* had don The attests sparked a nearriot They had been warned they that for th ma"M that ot the be resolved. The new national
President Johnson. grown to dangerous propor or had happened. among scoies of demonstrator would N arrested U tilt protestwss ,, with the agreement will not become ,effective .
tions. Godbe put Bradley on the and onlooker outside resumed today but they Orange ," Union In until! thus art settled
MANY AITEAIASCESGoldwater witness stand yesterday after* Public School 14' la the Jackson came anyway, poorest Bon econotn- and ratified. *
said that as mat. soon. Re testified that on the Heights section of Queens The Police Department had the 13U Both pledged "continuous 'ef/
ten stand under Johnson, the LOITERING: CHARGE* SO and U : CM *m- forts
fateful Monday morning, h..CMttI. assigned patrolmen police Leon to resolve U soon as pft<>
executive branch Is running the .... .. 1'... Twit Police: !headquarters reportedthe women to the school, turnout .. Ir. and sibls" outstanding at,the,plant
government H. said there had arrests ot C3 adults on Th* school was prednmlnsntly Pet. I E, divisions la agreements which supplmtBl
been "usurpation" ot the authority Entry Try Probed charges' ot loitering in or near whit until it was paired this tae of Ml: ) i appliance the 1I.l\IJnlllOtltrld.\ .
of Congress a school a form of disorderly year with a nearby almost all- 2171 Jr. N.T.?; Delco The strike, which was called+ t
tr to "Thst much power la not safe Deland polk said today conduct. One man was charged Negro elementary school< In aa Land. 311 New Bruns Sept 33, has shut down produce.
lying around for one man to someone tried to enter the horn with felonious as&auit M a po experimental\ program to balance DeUnd. < Packard Else': Don of an GM 19U model automobiles
use," the Arizona senator alL .I Doris Coleman 132 8. Delaware liceman. racial enrollments. Junior ,. Ohl-. I ,"* I
Goldwater was embarking on ,A vs.* by ripping a ,hoi The adult, along with M chJ. TIM program Involve sight 3D. had< CUfEl T CM s chief rmtpstitars r3 I
1, a series .f appearances in New la tile screen.Aa dyes were takes la buses and schools altogether and include 34T 01 131! y.ar contract I and Chrysler have been turvIng
Jersey calculated to draw Republicans occupant of tile house beard patrol wagons to court.A busing children between the Store, .....cd by Looms out their MW models while
together under his I Bois shortly/ after' 2 a m. Sun b a a t 100 demonstrators school of each paired pct This and< Ugh vice president i CM has base shut dowse I
r eonservitive bllllI"" day and called pallc: Th neighbnrhood marched outside the school war at the heart of I two-day \
Rep. Milton Glenfl K-NJ., 'was searched to MivalL when the mothers, some' push'. white boycott of public schools ducts Iaeewtwees5
sounded the kynot for Gold- > leg baby' carriages arrived tae her last month. Mrs. Gould I

,'African Still! Hopeful water's Invasion of the state with ( I
when he said that lie and the DELAND WOMAN REMAINS ACTII'E/ Jacobs I
CAIRO (AP) Premier Mode presidential nominee "differ on Dana I
Tshombe of the Congo was a issue but basically w. are Republican the sevtn
hostag of President Carnal Ab- *." highest. :
del Nasser's government but a Glenn urged party members Mrs.HarkncssToMark 99lh Buy, Delivery
Congolese official said Tibombe to "quit talking about our differences Birthday data but
atm hoped to gala admittance: and start talking about .llglN\ *
to the conference ol' onallgnedcations the dlfferescebetween! ns and to the I It
President Johnson." eligible In t
Goldwater again made a'plea By JIBE IMOT5w ever Mrs. Rarknesi remains n Milk
Arrested FBI I for what be termed a "fAir bra Stall Writer active "with a mind keener tin i* t
Br I shake from government for tilt At M, K must be a temptation than NTS." a fellow church dart vole
JACKSON, Mini AP) -Th forgotton Americaa." H* said to just concentrate on the bust- member declared. sera with ,
FBI today arrested! a 35-year- this forgotten American was M sets of staying aIM from one BELT I* WALJUO: ant and )
old McComb nan, already per cent .. tile people, those day to t die area and let 1U* flow Mrs Harkaes companion\ Pd. 1. i ; 228 2545
charged i* racial bombings en who "pay taxes educate their unnoticed past the bedroom wla- Mrs. Lola Taylor. says Mat.HarYtew 1A. .
charges of holding up the Law- children, west hard, stay oat *f lows 1.* able to walk by
reece County Bank at MantlceJlo trouble sad doll ark snythlsg But. for one of DeLand's greatest herself but we won't lot her
March tRoy from me government except a ladles, who win reach that ati f walk wttbout help. But she has Farms Inc.
Moore, head ef tile FBI fair *hak.." are tomorrow life Is sun very to- keep busy M she. laic fOlIo To
officer here, said Sterling L. muck walk Uvins- and taking saMJy. And she. reads a great ,
aa tatorest la erMflMies. >el it .....'M May informed
(CBubba Gills tea picked op Cool Weather
end MeL W. 3. Barton a rsl .. current events' She has evary. Li Hilen. I10rIdaWtst'VoJ.l.'s
highway -
by agent psh'dBrea deal d CJ E. New Tort AYe, ieen ml1* Cov
ia &. MO,000 robbery after vary
Bar M since would be
Will Continue years bang released AUaeugi unable to attend kit
sand SLTO Ia kl
efSetn pow
froM tile hmptui a* charS now, Mrs. HartauM also LegisUav
cession wbet irrestod ea a diy bare Christmas has knitted Now
Up abreast *f aa tti aeflvtttM
l bombteg charge. Althoogt last aloe ,waa ... tar afgaaaa, and SIM'S wnrklsgoa W."t.RospHal &l.&Dr.aa through her fftaud Aogustla 0ttIyHOrftt..Qwntd W
I netted M be mural. fcgrsi* aaotaer. Bfls-B EXHabetB Tense I to Mowwer, :
Queen End* rill, confer this Maaday tight tk* Air m: Peaadyfv alL Mr*. HertoM tog at a .
mercury plunged to exactly tile Lad, b additinsi to stsytugosy ..*,* she. was a pe- aaa Wed to DeLaad. sine 1Mwtear Uy ilgM. ) endHomi'Operited
C aWtLOTrr'rowN. JILL asm snark at tW tour efpai matdag afghans. far her Seal far three week*. ,She treespent feer late kuslMad accepted committee I
tAP) Queee EHzabetk n airport M degree. DeLaadAviattM daughter. IOU sad an* rt rrt's two ntMtta at a prival a call tot'No pastor ef tM a4 ask
conclude*] her vMt te tfte maritime scrub* aid today.Coettaord batsar. Mrs Rankness keeps a hospital kt Deytaaa BMC, sad what ....MdI.. CVsrr Brysat. .
.
proviace ef Vrtac: Edward coal weather to forecast sharp eye oa both world mill refund to Mad M frnmrWest noortT rtHiMtn I Jokes sad
Island today after aa eveniag ofrelaxatio throwgi mnmiuw with a and whittles .| her rturca. tile Volusi, Memorial ,.,.,.. While' .,.* and VT hated I ayttg "* 100% Jersey Dairy
at a variety low tonight of O H SO. A kigk lust Meth.dst. sal hem which star was re- re rMktsg la JsrmsnavtfJ lane what
g rSanuareby ,come ol Cina- of 70 to n to predicted for to A year an last July, Mrs.BarkMM Maud bs December at flM turn .<,tfc* ,.. .", DM : dont ash 1 II I Ii
tfa't top" Weal IIXII'IVIf'. Inland lisa Memorial Despite hat JOBS Pin***. bow tae.aoeI .. tide 1- i coniag to




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DeGaulle' 'Calm': Summary
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As reported by AP and the

After Latin Riot local Reynolds and Co. .rn....
The stock market nosed higher .

,. early this afternoon after A I bitM Regain Cuba
slow start Trading was moder'
'
ASUNCION, Paraguay (AP)- About 2,000 more PeronlsU ate.However
the advance was Ir
President Charles de Gaulle approached from the other aide .
baskfjl' today fn"the welcoming Before guards could dole regular. It mostly reflected '
/ the
strength in selective issues AUGUSTA, Ca.: (AP) -Rep. prosecntJoB ef hart war crim
warmth of Paraguay, which windows of the '
presidential car, Nurstnbarg.
him among these. Ford Motor, which William E. Miller said today Gals at
greeted with vivas and
rose demonstrators showered the two broke,through to a new Ugh. that he and Sen. Barry Goldwa- Miller said he was surprisedthat
petals after a Peronlst riot presidents with leaflets. Police Generally, the market moved tar favored giving assistance to Democrat would raise a

broke up his farewell appear. fire into the air and demonstrators against a favorable newt background Cubans in exile so that they war record Issue because be

aneejn Argentina. reportedly! returned the keyed to prediction ofrecord' 4 could take back the Island from and Goldwater. the GOP presi.dentlal .
Th$ French chief of state fire, had served
auto sales despite the Interruption the Castro regime nominee a
showed no ill meets from the Authorities said a policeman at General Motors ) The Republican vice presi combined total of eight\ yean lathe

violent windup of his Argentinevisit wu gravely wounded by a bullet The rubber, mall orders and dentlal nominee took this stand military service.

when he arrived Tuesday In the chest, a woman was retail, farm Implement and I in addressing a crowd of about By contrast, he said Presi
night/ In the land of Gen. Alfredo shot In the leg and another civilian chemical groups all were high 4.000 people gathered outsidethe dent Johnson served seven

Strotssner, Taraguay'a/ dictator received cheat wounds. : er. Confederate monument lathe month and Sen. Hubert H.

president' on the eighth leg of ., In the chaos a second car I Utilities, oils, metals, rails, heart of downtown Augusta Humphrey "wasn't In the mill.,
his 30-nation Latin-American carrying 'the presidents' Wives airlines and* tobaccos were He headed Immediately for tary service at all because he

tour, i ran. onto a sidewalk, but neither somewhat mixed Florida where he la to speak at had a double hernia and was.rotor .
WELCOME! 8TAQEO : woman was injured. In Its spurt, Ford cracked i a rally tonight attended by veterans ; bUnd."
More than 20,000 residents through Its former record highof / .
of the unsuccessful invasion
of Paraguay' ISO.year-old capital 59% by about three.fourths of _
i Farm Bureau of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs
staged a weU-organtred welcome a point In active trading. Chrysler
demonatratlon. As he rode nicked In recent days, rebounded TOP FINISHERS IN CONTEST Freda Singleton, center, wad crowned the In 1M1.UI' Jaycees Tell
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through the streets in an open I Annual Meet about a point on vigor second "Miss Flame" of DeLand on Saturday night in'a contest sponsored by the De- ,MlUer TO hli AD Augusta .
keyed
car they waved flags, shouted ous demand. Land Firemen' Association and Auxiliary! There,were 15 other contestant entered. .

greetings\ / and pelted him. with S The Associated' Press average The runnersup were Becky Cochran, left, and Sharon Geiger The winner wu crownedby speech to a fun psge local newspaperad Democrats
red rose petals. Program Set of 60 stocks at noon was up U published by Second
at 327.8 with Industrials ad the first "Miss ; Joyce Wentz. DeLand Fire Chief Charles Holman presented challenging hint and Gold- Clue '

The scene contrasted sharply .( and ,rails and utilities un the winner with her robe She will represent the local organization la the state water to state where they stood .
wltlr'the rock, tear'gas and gun Evln Daugharty, chairman ol' changed contest next May in Jacksonville. (Sun News Photo by Gllraore) on various issues

battle that erupted a few hours arrangement, reported to Volu- The Dow Jones industrial average "We are for a strong, firm A second clue toward ldentlfl"cation
earOer in the industrial city of
tla.County Farm Bureau .director
Cordoba, a Peronlst stronghold at noon was higher by foreign policy that minces no of the "Mystery Jaycee",
In central Argentina *. last night that plans are Lit at 17135. Jury Convicts Local Woman words with the CommunUti was released today by Mitchell
the annual meet'log
completed for
., : Standard and FOOT'S 100-stock he declared. M. Donaldson, first vie president ,
At least It
persons were of the organization. Index likewise) ahead Miller said that he and Gold-
was at Capsule \ of DeLand's Junior Cham
wounded .u armed policecharged The group win meet at the Area Manvisited
noon 0.08 at M17. Nearing 99Front water favored supporting a CU. her of Commerce.
mob that
Peronlst
a Taylor High School cafeteria laPlersoa
'AU the averages bobbed ban government in exile sod "The man is blonde and Is a
closed In on a car carrying De tomorrow at T pm. around\ all.time for them assistance
President peaks. Of EventsIn "we are giving recent graduate of Stetson Vnl.1erSlty'l
Gaulle and Argentine Daugharty said the programwill
Despite the strong showing of and letting them take back Donald.
\ Law College,
Arturo miL include musical and other pacesetting issues. most of the From t'ngc :t Page 1 their own land." son said.
De Gaulle's short tour of Cor entertainment between info ma.
changes were small fractions of
what
DeLandThe He did not lay type A cub prize win be awardedthe
doba touched oft three separate I five reports and speechmaklng. with a good Dumber en the assistance he had in mind. Jaycee who guesses the identity
demonstrations by PeronlsU Al Howard, assistant freight downside.
with Samuel for a while organizational meeting of the The ad also questioned the ot the mystery man and
min..r Atlantic
trying\ to use the French presi traffic of the Prices .
were higher la moderate before ride extent of Miller's role in the him Into the local club
hitching a to Sanford Florida Children's Home Society brings asa
dentin presence to draw atten Coast Line Railroad, will discuss trading oa. the American West'Voluila Stamp dub
lion to their campaign to bring Issues of interest to all >per> Stock Exchange to get his unemployment check. win meet Thursday S p.m. ; was held in their home. member.
He told of buying and drinking a Since then she.. has been vtgorously The mystery contest Is part
exiled dictator Juan D. Peron sons associated with agriculture Corporate bonds were mixed. in the school of business building
fcome. The meeting will open with a' US half pint of vodka, of stopping it Stetson active in the welfare of of the Jaycee. membership drive,
back bonds at University Stamp
TOPPED CAB covered dish supper and all unchanged government were several bars and having a large trading/ will be the highlight of I the society! from which she re News Briefs now in its second week, Donald.
Farm Bureau families and their quantity of beer He testified he celved statewide recognition in son said.
Fnonlsti broke through the meeting.
police lines and stopped the guests have been Invited to at. At 12-23: p.m. Some of the remembered nothing after stopping S e e 1962. The award was presentedIn FIRST CLCEThe

presidential car u it headed tend. earlier favorites had faded but at a bar near home until W. T. CORBETT, president \ Jacksonville by the society's From first identity clue released -

from the airport toward a plant AG BUILDING stocks generally were strongerand he awoke. in Jail' the next day. DeLand Shrine Cub, announuc president u the nearly 300 persons last week, was "He is

that assemble Renault cars Daugharty alto reported en more active.Noon COMPLETE; BLANK the initial Ladles night of the present gave Mrs Harknesi associated with a man whose
the of for the "You remember absolutely a standing ovation. The local name Is the same as a part of
a woman progress plans Fall and Winter season win be
mt. told newsmen
Agricultural nothing .. it'i a complete blank chapter of the society ;named! Area Towns the Florida highway system"The
demonstrator broke a window proposed County at 7 p.m. Thursday In Stetson
from about dusk dark that la her honor
night
.' Slocks current membership drive
Police dispersed Building and, exhibited a preliminary Union Building '
and to cut! a finger
the mob with clubs and of the structure.He I until you woke up In Jail?" State Entertainment win be furnish Mn. Harknesi organized the I will end Oct. 22, Donaldson aria
ellpla layout that one purposeof Attorney Dan Warren ques ed by John Burchette and Miss first missionary society In the ORANGE CITY I All Interested men between the

At'the auto-plant worker belonging the building to arrange for A111 lJ".2t.; polronwM 133% .tioned."That'i. Marilyn Stinson, Stetson Schoolof First Methodist Church, and also The meeting of the Greater ages of 21 and 35 are liked to

to the -Peron General the housing .of aU agriculturaloffices Alcoa 6334 Inm.rv 84 right. the defendant Muse The club's protege. a missionary union which was Orange City Area Chamber of contact Donaldson, who la memMnhlp -
pro
Confederation ot Labor in one location to facilitate AmAlr 4514 IntNlck 85% answered. Under close cross- Danny and his family will be the foundation the Florida Commerce will be held at 7.30i : .chairman, at the Barnett -

hailing the the coordination of various AmCan 4131 .lntP.p MJAmey.n examination Jill maintained that guests. Members are urged to Chain of Missionary Assemblies p.m i tomorrow at the Town Hall National Bank.
shouted slogans agricultural projects and programs 60 JOlllaoU. 84% ha could remember nothing. attend and visiting member: of HOSPITAL WORK Instead of at 8 p.m. as previously Jaycees will hold their regular
former dictator motorcade AmMot 1T KallAl) 32AUT % "Did you know," Codbeo questioned the Nobility are invited. She also organized the wom announced. At the meeting, bal- dinner meeting at 7 p.m Thursday -
As" De Gaulle' He advised director the next 19 K.II'cottIS\ after Algte testified that s e a en's auxiliary of DeLand's first Jots will be counted for dlrto- In the Calico Kitchen restaurant

nested the Palace of Justice than for meeting of the Volusla County AmTob 3534 LtAMy 843i be thought lie was In *aH' for J. W. CLARK, former agent hospital, and served on Its ton. Kermit Coble, Democratic

a Isrtwell luncheon, more Agrl.Business Center Committeewill AmpxCp 25% Loch'4 38 being a public drunk, "You had for the FBI will be the speakerat building committee. candidate' for state representatlve -
1,000 chanting PeronlsU surged. be at the Chamber Com Anaconda M% l-orUlarcl 443' killed your brother at that the meeting of the DeLand A past president of the De- from Group 1, will

up one side ot the street pushIng mires building! in New Smyrna Armour !5O'Magvox 8O1Ad timer Clvttan dub at 7:15: pm. Men Land Woman's dub, Mrs Hark Anti-Litter speak. '

put police barrier and tire Beach at 7:30: pm. Thursday, '71'4' MMAM Bit "No, sir," the defendant ana day, Oct. 12, in the Calico Kitch nest in the 1920s served two Jaycee directors will meet at

haw, Dot 15. __ Babcock IS% Mohasco 15HAG' : wered. en. terms on the Volusla County I p.m., prior to the dinner
OTHER ACTION, ., 47V 'Monl'to 1&4n.thU Both .llten.ln.I... had testified dark, who ii a New Smyrna School Board. Campaign Set neetlng.
In other business conducted, m, MontWd 40"" that Algle' was drunk. --This Beach attorney, will have u hla What's she planning to do tomorrow
Youth I
Theater it ,was reported that approximately Boeing (734, N.malr 1214 war substantiated by further topic, "Internal Security" to celebrate the near-
60 new famllli repre-, Borden n"% N.tDI.t 2T1i testimony from Walter Ogle, The public II Invited. century mark in her life? Her An andlitter'program for' Court Kills "

Set sealing more than 150 persons Cat.rTr 37% NAmAv 49% Mrs Algle Bradley's uncle. Algle\ companion lays that "nothing greater DeLand war tentatively
Meetings had Joined the Volusla County C.la\ese.8g1 Pinney. D9'CIIra1er. had stopped there on the way special" has been planned because scheduled for Oct. 15.31 at ,a

Farm Bureau in the recent 10 PM 39'CocaCela % home Jack Neal, repairman : \ 'Ve don't think she' up meeting yesterday of the Chamber ; Dade

Stover Theater at Stetson University membership drive, held during 13' PepCola 5T% who was at the Ogle home, } rca Group to having, a lot of guests. of Commerce Beautification! Ruling

will be able to accommodate the Statewide Farm Bureau CorEd D' PhllMor '9JConEdl1 \ testified he drove Algle back to DAUGHTER VISIT ommlttee.:

all local young people who Week. Several other new mem. II PhlUPlt !6334ContCan Enterprise and that the defend. However, a few friends will The program In conjunctionwith TALLAHASSEE AP) The
the* out for the Children' and ben are expected to be enlisted m RCA $4Dowche ant wasn't very talkative He Earns HonorsAt drop by to offer their congratulations a statewide project sponsored Florida Supreme Court struck
Teen Theaters last Saturady during October.. 1434" RepStl 41!% said he had been drinking and Mn. Harkness by Florida's Chamber of down as unconstitutional today

according to Bruce Griffith, director Earl: Zlebarth, president a> duPont 271 Revlon 3834 "You didn't think that he was daughter, Mn. Stacy May of Commerce: and Keep America Dade County's home rule crib
The lint classes will pointed a nominating committeeto EAL 35 nlyTob 44 so drunk that you wouldn't stop University New York will be spending the Beautiful Inc., win be supported nance barring fortune tellers.

meet ,on Saturday morning atStover submit a elate of directorsto E.Kodalt 121 StRf.p 313{ for another beerT" Warren eked day with her by the city, Volusla County, In a 43 decision, the court
Theater. be voted at the annual Firestone U% Seaboard 53F7aPW him in cross examination : And on Sunday, Mrs Hark- the State Road Dept., Stetson'University held that Dade County Went
: ''Theater group will The upon directors also discussed 1134 IIlncl.11' ..8'4J'laPAr. "No," Neal answered -He : Seventeen students from De- ness will have another "birth- the DeLand and West farther than its 1956: home rule
The Teen under the direction meeting. to ., 8S Socony 935\ I. wasn't dead drunk but he had. "Land and the surrounding areaIjre day present" her ion Morris Volute Board of Realtors, the barter authorized In denying
at 10 a.m., proposed
meet 01 Mr. Griffiths and available a rubber program stampsfor Ford 83 SouthnC 45Frmstta had a lot to drink.PSYCHIATRIST. listed on the Honor Roll and will arrive from dearwater for folusla Board of Public Instruc- fortune teller the right to setup
make of 1&1' pt\'l''R 1&6J'raptJuI \ I VIEW : three are on
Butch PadgettThose In Children' Theater the purpose indicating 'W ( StONJ 3734TrvehTr Dr. Marlon Estei, Daytona : Ear the Summer Session at Station HOI, N. C., Is unable to visit at the DeLand Women's dub, the The brief opinion was written

the 10, will check paid by arglcultauuralpeople. will Wad 12" Sludlbak I"GlnDy" Beach psychiatrist testified that according to bliss Barbara thli time.Stcbon. DeLand) Business and Profession by Chief Justice E. Harris Drew .
S throuugh The ,
,' ages this stamp I 3t. Swift B2111) I he had given Algle an electric Rowe, University registrar They al Women's Cub, and other and concurred in by Justice
and
meet at 1 p.m.,Into two classes group, "These are Volusla" County Agrl- GeliD 19" Texaco 14GenFds brain wave test on Sept. 29. He were In a group of 129 with such To organizations B. K.. Robert and Mlllard Caldwell -

wUfbe divided Cochran teaching -p cultural Dollars. 1814 Thiokol 1334GenMtlls II said Xrays showed Algle had scholastic distinction, 22 of Which Open Mn. Pearl Smlthdeal, chairman and by Columbia County

with Mtt. Ruth and Mrs 44 UCarb 139GenMtr. suffered a severe scar on his left made only grades of A. of the chamber' commit. Circuit Judge Samuel Smith,
the new members those Hospital; Race 103 UnltAlre 68" I temple from a''blow and that Those cited for their outstanding DeLand Center tee, laid the ana.litter drive tttlng in for Justice Richard

Nancy Hogle from in the charge previous seaeoncThe Goodrich 11\6\ UnlvMat 1514Goodyr there was damage on the left I work during the summer would be part of an annual pro. Ervin.,
returning 12 Told 47% W'ltEl 39"Oreyhn4 "- side of his brain. are Edwin Canon Suzanne Stetson University Extension: gram to prevent Uttering of the THREE DRSEXT

10 at through J.30 p.m.,age and groupw11Mu.t will Winners, 1134, WlnnDlI 381iOgltOU I He testified Algle was cooperative Cooper, Robert Edelblut, John Division of Christian Education: city through orientation and in. Justice E1 1 I"y n' Thomas,

by Miss Ann Nathanand WooIwth "Ii} and from questioning Ellis: Bernice Flshpaw, Caryl opens iu Dotted Center this formation. 'ampbetl Tornal and Stephen

be taught Mlsi Linda. linger him ,the physician believed that Clftln, Fred Paul Hala, Richard fall beginning tomorrow at the OConnell dissented with'

__ [ EI1 t Mnrtrl//1 I the defendant didn't remember Henderson Elizabeth: Knapp Albert School of Business Administration Guilt Disclaimed) out written opinion.

Police Seek. ,From lJugl18 what had happened. He said P. Lee, Mary McEnlry. Room. 104, W. Minnesota The' decision came in a case
City JACKSONVH.ltT : excessive drinking could Causean Joan Moore Spauldlng Carolyn Ave. filed by Mary BateaU of Dad*'
Two state convicts who aJleedly
>. NorlhMit Florida Kit; Intoxication amnesia. Ruth Tubbs, Nancy Zane Yakota "Interpreting the Bible" will County, a psychic medium andalmlst
Check Forger ul| PctE:.1, Debbie's Mtrkit lure 5110.5 luntt, In MH-M e.allen$ nosh- 4I| On the witness stand Algle and Stefany Ana Yakoti! all of be taught by Rev. Paul E. overpowered a guard and licensed by the county

Beauty Beauty Salon, Daytona tares ::: meilly 4S-4* m,. told of his actions In Sanford DeLand: Jenny y Jensen ot Wrenn Jr., visiting lecturer In Idnapsd him In an escape attempt for many years.
Police are still searching for Highway, U, Mi: Pet. IF, So.Del Alum I4H.M,3.5us mwllfrmi'iry ntMllr d.4, 14.11)) small after 1:30: pm., the ban he\ Lake Helen, and ShlrrtU Lee Million at Stetson, and win run Monday pleaded Innocent She challenged: the county's

a _lilt Negro who tried to Furniture tI. U; Pet 4, DeLeon .l farms Sprees lit ...".. stopped at and what .he. remembered Rhoades of Glenwood. for 12 weeks. The hours are from before Circuit Judge RobertH. refusal to extend her license on

cash a forged check Saturday Springs M, III| Pet. 8, Barber- .e "pPt..5 euou* until he blanked out at Those having made att A'. are T.Utol.llpm.Registration: : Wlngtleld.! ground the home rule ordl"I.nee
night Mclra Drug Store in vine, 1,1: Pet. I, Seville, fJ, 11| ; COUNTY "dusk dark" Is 8 and tuition The pair George doer, 22, forbad,It
downtown DoLaad. Pet 14.-Lake hum, U, lit Pet.IS .i. /1.... REBUTTAL WITNESS: Bernice Flshpaw, Albert P. Lee. la S3. The cost of book Is extra. Holly Hill and Robert D. Mc- In Iti decision, the court wrote
store's manager reportedattW Clifton. a, 11) Pet. 14, Pavia'i Lt. twn..d..w O-.....> 4 41* IS And then Warren brought to Joan Moore Spauldlng and Carooftl&tJ Dougal, 29, Ft Lauderdale, are that the home rule charter pen
Tubbs of DeLand.
l3 police he suspected Discount Store, 33. 14 j Pet II A. M.4l m i.?...,...,..... M IS the stand rebuttal lyn \ accused of ovortowerlag a elate mined the .OOllftty to adopt or*
....... a witnesswhose The three students on thlall'l
that the check was not Stetson Baptist Church 14, MIPet. smallIA'0nei. flc from VelC.15 contradicted J.. UF OrganizationTo prison guard while on a work dlnances in: conflict with general
gooft. The Negro was chased 17. Osteen, 0,2: and Pet. U.Plerson P.uUryin' ,S AMDPiychlatrUu.> Codbee'i testimony defense of Intoxicated > List are Albert P. Lee detail. taking him u hostage law,only when specified. Foiv
all A's), Joan Moore Spauldlng Elect Directors uriag a ride In a stolen division tune tailing
down S. Boulevard onto E. Vow- 35, S. These fllure.don't amnesia and the was not mentioned
psychiatrist'sopinion tall A'l) both of DeLand and
of corrections truck and abandoning la the
Named charter.
his Ave., where police lost him. Include the 12 absentees .
Sherrlll Lee Rhoadee of Glen-
Later the suspect was spotted County Commissioners Grady Mn. Hubert Dreblow, a neighbor The United Organizing Mm near the Samiula Mary Boswell argued that the
Williamson and Ralph Richards Two psychiatrists: were namidyesterday of both wood. Committee Ulr hold Its second area. The two were apprehended tate not only licensed but also
oulevrrdb against was to examine H V. Bradley families by law enforcement officer controlled fortune and
of telling
but met with Supervisor Registration I told of Algle coming to her house public meeting tomorrow at ':30
lotto Katherine Odham to canvass Roberta Jr., N. Daytona Beach about I:49 May 11 "Yes, sir." ,m. at the Florida Bank at De- near New Smyrna Beach. that the county had no alterna-
The forged check wu turned the returns this morning. charged with the tint degree I "Ma. I want pin to talk to you." "Did you dial?' p Land. The election of a board Trial war set for Oct 11. Uve but to issue her a license.
to fourth district Peace murder ot his wife "No, air. he did"
ever she him of directors which numberfrom
may
quoted as saying at the
Justice Horace Heley. The city's Receives .Award Circuit Judge James Nelson door. She said he came la and Then she testified that he 23 to 73 persons, Is one of
ordinances does not provide forprosecution appointed Dr. Rollln P. Flero, I sat down. didnt reach his sister "Gladys"at the next steps U the orgaalxatloa\
James E. Pollard he's Beach and Dr. WUllam flnt .and had to wait for a Fresh-Never '
for forgery. says Daytona I "Ma. I cut S. T. (Samuel all work. At the Initial meeting, arid Frozen!!
going to .have. to enlarge his Chambers Jacksonville ]Robert I to pieces" she testified that fee can to come through.She last week, many nomination for
274 BallotsRecely mantel he's Just received a... U with the fatal shootIng testified that he was cryIng directorate made.
char he the : were
I said u sat looking down at
other award tot his gun collection. wife Patricia M, at : his hand with his palms up"Ma ai he told all. sister and se rut _ort. eggs runt:com nru4-Tinn
ll) Land Chamber of Commerce their Daytona Beach home oa pleaded with bar "Gladys.
Manager Charles Ran said today The administrator of Fish Memorial June '11 I will you call the hospital please can and see how S T. la." ObituariesHerman
and how S. T. tot"
see be asked.She .
174 of 412 baBots mailed to : Hospital wu awarded the W W Judge, defense attorney.has i WOMAN TALKSShe FRYERS. .Ib.25c :
said that she
eligible voting members of the I trophy for "best pistol collec pleaded Innocent for Roberta woaldn't.I replied tII.tIlbe said she also talked to his .

chamber had been received.' tion" at the recent two-day meetIng by reason of Insanity."tuMciHttmifiSsTf. I Under Warrta'i questioning sister, explaining who ana wu C. ShUck 0*. A-rutd rt ocm riajgrontoTk
The ballots contain names of of the Tampa Bay Gun l oi. but that she didn't know what
IS nominees for nine post oa the I lectors Association at St Peters Mn. Dreblow said he dialed the happened; Herman C Sdlck. '12. :9004 Late :
Iblad the
unC'n. operator got number and
available la "Are you of the opinion that HENSru. Ib. 29
board ot directors, bog then called the hospital but the Ruby Road, a resident of DeLaad
January. i He said that of the pistols in ,ebe.a.4 WI easert sassesr, I couldat he knew the distinction between for 11 years, died at 1:15: p.m. .
The nine nominee receiving'' his 'collection, his recently ... p are, J.V reunW + hospital) answer the right and wrong r* Warm asked yesterday at nah Memorial
e5.,1115e aswmmse CUe,.. WltsVTTM Rae CklcUa nmt We
tUtee
Tn- .
the greatest number ot votes acquired IMS NO. 1 engraved br question.OMIT Boepital when be had beet *

win t elected. Hall pointed outDwdllne I dragoon attracted: the meet attentioa. -.M.......,..lit.tit\.a.., 'I.'Ia:2,...."41 ..4.:, I that the CALL"Was only csjl AJgle her."YM.. air* she reptted.Codbee .J*tkat for only one day.A They Rawer ?'*'-.Tfce Or* s4i Dressed Irish ttvsrp Dept ,

for casting the ballots \It of .,. ,'TII. 1_.. condor Warm asked. asked tf Algttj wu reared cemeet-Saiahe. fee ru. OB. L-Rga111'R031 ors FAJUI
1s Ocn."l0.birlMeedng. /i5w ..... Pal. II' e+War.ws I Tealdreak.Sae .- wu a veteraa tf World War LIfe
she answered
Parade .. ,. -No "He answered a* but MM awu Ills 5$- R LO*. $9fwtkaoNs
Rifles la .I.. .,. a. asked If he could tall South wu boa to Detroit Mica.
Set ..... t tee. t...... I drinking. Under questioning Jan 23. im and wu a member
[ The Penning Rifles Platoon :'.''.:' a Ie ..OWN'A'.','DU',.; I Carolina"DM he collect do ttr"Warren asked. she admitted she had never seathim a taJve.'y.aptist Chorea. De- y.unisiTs-Gaol AC. .." Sessercue'. q.esea,

Delaad Chamber of Commerce from Stetson University participated 1. ,KM75 R MrJm.I.u.. w., I drunk Land, tad the betted Vnf,

Merchants Division directors today In the annual "Good ittb tI.A skovtaTtwsekm I CAD or THAXM "How do-yoa know." GodbM He Is survived by three sis- THE CHICKEN
win meet 'at 10 a.m. Old Days" Parade at New .als.... 5.. N I, ..... TO THOSE wlM eia MMd theirtymi asked "U he had been drinking ten Mrs. Edit: Ray of DeUad, PLACEacu.

Thursday In the Calico Kitchen Smyrna Beach The parade lathe ern .tar .* M sissy fcesauftiw heavily or 1ICIt." Mrs. Margaret Reeve of De
restaurant to discuSs plans for opening event of a rour
aa annual .Christmas parade. celebration In New Smyrna On fimtk. t''\Sit II TJ"1 Mi n.e"MRIIi Wwk.U 4e Ml ...., I estea4 my heartfelt answered. ""He' wu emodosuL Detroit.Uakfcrd. m .. rBsnrosu ,not* n..uti

Dtectcffs wOl also be appointed Beach, concluding Saturday evealag. .wqa!. Mil IilWr, (MM'.....TMK lit.UuC W W. He wu crying and kept ringing riaeral Bane U la Aa Urn i...i>Tf. Br..*. led >_ .....ti siM.veSbOW8
M fffl two vacancies. I MM BMIIK SI.TV raw Cattertae Mwrar,wits als _cia." charge. ., arraagemeata







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Bride-Elect

News of .


Is Honored


Barherville Pierson Seville:

SEVTLLE-Ml Diane Green
bride.elect of Richard Telving-
ton was the honoree at a mia Prr
mi. lUau: mnxxriElSON Ml*. ALEX OtARAMBZTHXB
cellsneous shower last Tuesday

14MM1 ItfrMM evening at Pennlngton Hall. ,
o
Hontewes for the affair were
Mrs Bill Ruth, Mn Myrt HennMn '
----- Williams, Mr
maCh
I Braddock, Mn J, T sIFar
e
Pierson Smith Mrs Estes Dixon Mn
Merrill Smith Miss Bonnie Ann
: Dixon and Mrs Ray Lewis of

.1.. Personals tE_ : Bunnell. CUT BOOK

Mns Lnreen Smith kept the
PIERSON-Mrs.: Russell Harper guest book.
.arid sons Run and Johnny ay1, 1 1h The hall was decorated with
were here tor' the 'weekend it iutumn colon, carrying 'out the
the home of Mr and Mrs same theme in the refreshments.
George Harper While her, the, The large sheet cake was deco-
celebrated Johnny's eighth birth rated with, )dUnw and brown
day leaves, and nested with )41UO'" -- -.- -- ---..,
)fr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Burn punch. Nuts and mints wen also .

led spent Friday la Daytonaon MV L on the refreshment table. Fall Paul Class Is Listed
a business trip. I fruit also was used in decora RamseyIs
Mr. and Mrs Archtt E. Wit inns! For BarbervilleBARBERVULE
Hi' and .daughter Peggy and Thirty.six guests were presentand Honored
Minshew and ton the honoree received
Mrs; Byrd & a large
ta J.utWtdn..day'
lYinMe attended the first dreMpafads assortment of beautiful and use .
Paul Michael news it wu .Inadvertently
of the )f1U' at FloridaMUtary M guts, PJTRSQN:; -
School.' DeLartd, Sun Ramsey, son of Mr and Mrs. stated that then
I.yr I.. was no class of 1940 at Barter-
t day'of whlth their son Mark Paul \VU.nn. was eight jean old
" wan .part Mark U in Mi sec I Lions Club Oct. 3 and was honored with a vill.
Members ef the das will be
end year! at FMS. small party at his home Friday
those honored at the Ttyo.,
. Tommy Wlllla has been visiting I' afternoon.The among
In Newport, N. C, where his I birthday table was laid lor High School homecoming

brother 1*, stationed with, the I Rodeo Set with a white linen cloth and I celebration
Marines! at nearby Cherry Point t centered with the birthday cake, Graduates la WO Included
Larry, North and Larry'wa.. I I fronted with chocolate Ming and I f Grace Alma McBride Ids
Seville both students .at decorated with pink, whit and t ceased), John R. Jertco, Ava

ten Florida ,State t'nhersity. spent i I PIERSOV tv>n't forget that green candles and topped with ," '.l;!( Uetnka) Collins, and Alva Louise
Bishop Principal of the school
last'weekend at their'respective the Plenon Lions Club Rodeo eight varigated candles. '
homes. wW he held this Friday and For .entertainment the young IN A T two TUUm was M. B. Chamberlain.

Mr. and Mrs Ewyn VnunJ.Gainesville .1 Saturday nights all pm. and guests placed a variety of games HIGH Them Taylor nigh
were: the weekend r ji., Sunday afternoon at 2 pm It and then was served refreshments Reboot cheerleader' are Ute No Nagging
nests :of his' brother.In.Isw" and t s will he held at the rodeo groundsoff of birthday cake, strawberry vanity group that wW be handling
sister,'Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Min ft Highway: IT and Wanning- Ice cream and punch by the cheese' this acanAa Backache
ihew'last week. Also visiting at ton Ave Admission Is Silo: for the honoree mother for the nildrala. From I the Means aGoodNight'sStop
the Mlnshews' home Saturday READY FOR JUNIOR HIGH SEASON These young ladies, will\ be headingthe adults and 75: cents for children.: Paul received a nice assortment bottom .. the IIIp .4 the Tare
was her nephew James Brookeof cheers for the' Taylor Junior High School activities this season. Left to right;:: arc Two full nights and an afternoonof of gifts during the afternoon r..c.pt.l.1vlall North

,Jacksonville. N. C, Gail Dampier Sandra Underwood, Elaine Crosby, Alternate Susan Hartley, 'Co- entertainment has been r* 1.y RaulerwM Barbara Wins. ..lu.li..lM.... .._
'Mrs. Carrie dine Is spending Captain Linda Nelson Linda North, Co-Captain Joyce North. .(Sun New:Photo by planned for the viewing public Sharing this occasion with Walker and IVAaa Pearoih.Other ., V. Mar ... so... et sera is RNA
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two months at the home of her Gilmore) Paul were Douglas, Rickey ", are fo.Captain Mary d.n Mow..d'Mears....... ._.. Mllei.se wed MtM .
grandson and his wife, Mr.-and Hake Stevie, Marty, and Cindy Adams, Rainwater, left and IkIrIaJaIlIU'd. II' ae ds.h. .worst_.. .. wee
Sale Set .........
In Jacksonville his Mrs, ..... and Imwaa.NAAil I nub
Mrs: James Brooke paternal grandmother (Sun! New by
lag. 3 OEUNO (nOUDA) SUN NEWS WIOMtSOAT OCT. 7,1W' lull.
N. C James came for Youth Class Evelyn' Wilson, Mrs. John Adam Climate) li ::.:.:it.'.f.rwe we ku
his grandmother last Saturady. I SEVILLE A bake asia will and Mn. Murry Hallman. wow. a th..dw..M., asen..f.M. .
h ,
with his wife I be sponiored by the Woman IAN.hda,.wNh: ,,. ": s tb. be
She will remain New, Operator .ew to bleat IBM
OPEN HOUSE ALSO IIELDSchool's ,.,.... ,..... .
nf H4 kf KMtkreuik 11
and children while he 1s In Spain Holds Society Christian Service ef FirM. Trip riannal. serving with the Marine Corps Party the Methodlut Church Saturday, PIERSONPauf: Hunter tie '*auipy*.>tk*U BUM W EMM*toko

Charles ,Robinson ,aril v e d Oct. in at 10 a m. at the Seville PIERSON The members of Land has'taken over the Pier ..S.*..It..lllfl-..,..(.11.MlkMk....... .1'.kv. MilM TM IM|. I
home 'last ,Sunday from Korea PIERSON The Young Post Office Man to buy jour the Pierson Area Garden dub son Luncheonette and soda tlM.'lMi m>kM, 4Mt wall.! be DIM*'*
where he has been stationed the Faculty Feted People's Gaits of the Church.of weekend desserts from the will leave Oct 14 at I a m. for fountain and will serve full .fllh.....Ore** Ik*fuse MB* k*.I'* r.lW. rr.Ulw *
run we.'elm >
past jear with the Army. He received God of Prophecy had the first In society and help with Its proj a field hip to the fish hatcheriesIn course meals, short orders and ... uh. ar W hags sbu WOman ./
his discharge upon .com a series of monthly clan parties acts Welaka, weather permitting. sandwiches rW..duna ,
plktion' of his tour of duty at Thunday night at the home ol i

San.Fraitctico" He and his wife At Pierson.PTA Meet Mr. and Mrs Rill Spindler en I II
Carolyn win live In'P1 l'IOft. Voluita Ave The hostess wan I
Birthday greetings to, Mrs.'' Annette Spindler who was ...I.t.
Freeman Greenland who celebrated ed by her mother and'V1v\ "
her birthday Oct. 3: Paul North. .
WUsoit. Oct. 10j;,and Ana Wilson,,;\ PIERSON Sev.nty.flYI parents I other members ef the faculty The group enjoyed' playing I CHECK THESEUAlHESf
Oct.. 12.: .and friends mended the and the gtadmsthey! ,teach. As games appropriate ,to the occasion : I
RECKNS: HOME' Meson Elementary School PTA they.were Introduced, they were and a picnic supper of
Mrs foists Wall returned and honored members of the pinned 'with I'corsage and the hot dogs, potato salad potato
home Saturday from Jackson faculty at a reception Thursday men with boutnnlen. Introducedwere chips!," cake, and punch were
night It was also an Mrs: Nancy Brooks, tint
vine accompanied by her grandson ) open I served to the following: The Rev
.iCapt. Richard Hopkins and .house., grade; Mr*. Vivian Cngle: WUtnn Munoelwhlte!, Johnny OPEN
< Mrs; Annette Hamner, program I fourth gads: Richard Srhuler, rnoirNiGKTl t
Danny' McCull Ulh: She had ISplndler, president of the :class;.
chairman opened the sixth glade; Mrs Anita Straws I'
spent several days there with pro Winnie Musielwhtte. Daytona: e I I
he and his wife this past week. 'gram'wtth members and friends exceptional-child program aH of Vivian and Joyce North/ Edward .
Richard will be,leaving Oct. 'IT singing ."America," ,followed by DeLeon Springs: also Mrs. Loll and Norms Jean Frey" Shirley
for a 'ear's tour of dutywtth the the salute to the flag The Rev Taylor,' second grade; Mrs and LoulM Laieter, Kenny
:J
,Nam. Alton Stephens, pastor ,of the Mary Musgrove, third grsdej North Dennis and Earl North '
Army In Viet IMsip flj P..bf,. Mfba La.'I'Wblbe Aasertid
Df se Bill ntrchUdI'ol'WIntl'l' I First Baptist Church) read the Miss Ruth Hagstrom, firth grade and Ervla Spindler.
Glrden."l.caller'at the homeof scripture and gave the prayer. and Author Whitener, music Pedals I
,mother Mrs. Flossie Wall Mrs. J. T. Underwood, PTA teacher Diapers I sheets Rug
her c. president, welcomed ,the mentben Mrs Bennett then Introduced Circle Meets
last'wer Danny McCullough and, Capt. of the faculty and 'Introduced Mrs Jndy Burned school secretary Pushers Squares
Richard HopVlns of.Jacksonville Mrs. Mildred Bennett, Mrs Sahre Bradley, lunch M War ll.4tf6J77 ,
of tunny's principal who In turn,Introduced room manager, and her a slst.
IullclleonUfst. Arc Detailed
were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. the following new teachers and ant, Don Ie Steadman all of i $1.00
?
parents
Raujerson Saturday. whom are ait Important; part of Pro 57 Each' IS/
Elsie and Fred Somerford Seville the school family, MERSOr-i-nl: Esther Circle
last weekend In DelrSy\ ,Alter a brief business meeting of the Lutheran Church Women
spent Beach where they visited his father the group went to the classroomsfor met,yesterday with Mn. Ralph
Frank'SomerfordCongratulations PersonalsSEVILLE open house to get acquaintedwith E. Burnsed At 7::M p,m, tonight, .
I ekm U
; to Elsie and the (etchers and see the the Ruth Circle of the LCW win Ladies' or ,Misses' Child's Corduroy MM*
Use II is M sad t tan 4
Somertord who observed Mr.. and Mrs. work being dons by the Individual meet in the home of Mn. C. J.

their Fred'' 29th wedding\ anniversary Richard Graham and three children children. They were then Invited Asbury, Crescent: City The CIRCLE STITCHED
Oct. 4.'They celebrated: the oc-: of Tampa visited their par to the lunchroom for the Martha Circle Is meeting today House

culon'.with .a dinner. and .show. I ents., Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Graham I reception.A also la the home ef Mri. IVWIU
I and Mr. and ,Mrs. Vernon yellow and green theme Taylor at J::TOp.m. The Mary
In Friendsr,Daytona Beard to hear that I Cade the weekend.Mr. (school! colon) was carried out Circle will meet with Mrs. Wal BRAS E..25cslipp

Mrs. Minnie PoweU U, 1'fCII1II'I"atlnl.lIJcely and Mrs. Glen Morey and In decorstlons The refreshmenttable ter Weinberg Oct. I at 10:M a,m. e rs.ONLYnor 27
) at her home after.: son John of Cocoa were Friday was' covered with a white The Lutheran Churchmen: will
spending several' days ,in' the, l\'enlnlCUHt. of Mr. and Mrs. lace drills and held a floral arrangement have their, supper meeting Oct.
West VoIUB1I Memorial Hospital. Leon Braddnck. of fall flowers Incolorful 11 at.,1.30pm.
for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Williams hues; one end held the
DeLand.! Mrs.. BUI Spindler and granddaughter of San Mateo cake frosted la white with yellow .

.Man, Daytona Monday afternoon spent.Saturday with Mrs. Charlie roses aDd green leaves ,In.. Barberville LadWRollUp 3-Pc P1u11e I
vtait.hIs sister,and brother Williams.Mrs. scribed with "Welcome: Teachers
.UJavr to Mr. and ,Mrs. ,A. ,H. A. 0. Roberts. of Sanford ." The ether end held the Sl<,r. ANCHOR-HOCKING Ctft .
They also helped to celebrate visited Mrs. Bill Ruth? Friday. crystal punch bowl with green Personals
Daus. Daus' birthday whljethere. ) Mrs. Myri Henry. and IOn punch and floating lime sherhert.Hostesses CURTAIN"Allorlod

... Morgan were business callers: la were the membersof BLOUS'ES''TUMBtIR
; Wfltoa: MusselwtiH' and Palatka Friday.' the executive committee, I BARBERVULE. Mn. Them !.
Mrs Frey ..ccompanledNaImI' Mr. and Mrs Charlie Williams namely }Irt. J. T. Underwood, Buckles, her sister Mn.Mahl .
Norm*.Jean mother Mrs. Albert\ snd children Lisa and Jess spent Mn. Freeman Greenlund Mrs I Price. Mn. 'Roth Cewart Panama SET

Galnesvflle. where:she Thursday afternoon with his par. David Molsnrter,' Mn. John and Mn. Pauline Gastoa were SETS

Frey entered to'J. Halts Miller C1Intctraasterred ents. Mr. and Mrs.,C W. Williams ,I Hanwr aid Mrs. Paul Cade. In Daytona Tuesday wkere they Eh. 32 to 38
visited Miss Mary Stone,
San Mateo.
Frey seaiborn ra a TUr and valance
ttere.Mr the West Volusia Memorial Mr. and Mrs. George Prevatt Supper Planned teacher that taught Mrs.Buckle* SET
Mrs. Frey of Jacksonville accompanied by M year ago.
HOIpl.ta11aat home Monday.Saturday feeling George Baker of Texas enjoyed) For CongregationPIERSON Friends were sorry to hear OF 1
returned I Ic..tr.
fishing and visiting friends Wedeiday that Preston Wood had to be .57e 68e37e
*ej ebndrFred! !Somerfort! and afternoon. There will\ N a hospitalized for several days last 9 i
and week la the West Volusia Memorial
Mrs.'BID SptwHer accompanied Mrs. Grace Starling son covered-disll fellowship" sapper
Sptwfler' daughter: Aa- of Jacksonville' spent the weekend tonight fat the Educational Roost Hospital after accident. .
Mrs. '
lIett.t Orals'Thltnday where with her sot aid family of the First Methodist Church for which hurt his back He was At $1.NB.T's
WID spend a WH\ with 1Iet'brotlI".III.I. her*. members* of the congregation expected M N released. to his, ,
she .* and sWer. the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swassoa and their''(llfttl. This will be home Saturday and is somewhat !
Mrs. Alois Adklsoa. and four daughters! of Eau Galtta followed by aa official board bn proved.
Rev and VISITS FABENTS Visited Mrs. 11.._'., grand 1IWttJI Mr. and Mrs Jobs Peterson m coy'. Of Mlw.V I
Winnie Mussehrhlta, of Day Brother Mrs. Marl Baker, Sva- At reeling last week ai and daughter Grace had a* their! :
the weekend with her day They were dinner' guests of election at officers for the adult Snouts last week from .Wednes
ton spent the Rev. and Mrs. WU- Mrs. Swaasle'parents, Mr. and Bible Class were add. The sew day till Friday their snnlaUw Sweatshirts B I
parents.Musselwhlte. Mn. J. C. Mayfield In Crescent efflcen are aa follows: B. C aid daughter Mr. and Mn. Paul I ,
tea '
Cossets and thtr tat and 25's'
and Mrs. E. W. )1a111a Hartley president dan Brad-
Mr. Oty.Mr.. sad Mrs Lena Braddork cIa.p'.Ia.Ie., Mr. and Mn..
and ttetr son.\to.law and daughter dock vice president; Mn Floyd
Mr. and Mrs. 'Gardoa Ru were taustaesa\ alien ia Palatka Carliale, secntsry, and Mrs. James Peterson and daughter'
I
of Jacksonville were U Tuesday. Reid B. Gass, treasurer. The Lori Ala Sanford. Tfcs guests M- I
Miami tea thl past weekend. Leant GamMs returned home teacher of thin das to Mr; had pent several day kl Miami\ :as: 57' 97?
and Mn. Walter Hare last week from' a visit with chance Beanett.! ea a vacation wall flier were ,
Mr. PL 97,
ta Jacksoavffle. gone, the Peterson theCela.Ga's
her father Jake Cade wereexpected relative Curing till business parttnaefHM kept
and lit leave Friday tor avaeadea J. P. Cutter St. II recuperating meeting the class considered six month-old daughter
Hares wU YII1t at his home here after' even" prefects) that would be of Kim.
The from" the Vest' TV Bsrberrffle P ,. It.. I Mart c.tte. 'M..'. c. .. rtn..a'I
kls relative la Indiana and Mr. being 6Uraarg benefit w the church la the sir a .... "aU* Nglt
la CUarlJTC **"*. Vehtsia'Memorial Hospital Wed- fcnwe. Teacher AswwUttoa I tHMdolmito
ea
Coda will,wbar stop M wia visit kit audit where Be sea a pa.e.tlor meet Thursday eight la fl* I I SHIRTS I
oalalr' and daughter' the three weeks.Genrge Kami and tortum at 1.. BJB.Ceatiaaed SOCKS I PAJAMAS PAJAMAS
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aad Mrs. Gardna Bennett.Cnit Causer wto had been % ( M fsie tat
Rev .
Eanled
la the GJeadale Hospital
who la attending\ I patteot
Batt.
la Palarka fcr a week was Tnt 40 Atlrad Cam the
we'ho'
Jmlii ''O&p. 6 On $257 ,$ '37
OIpo1a 0.. S.M.L
the ws.kaed e' Wet tat to tile H Vtaeeat Hosptta I fltn
f/IIIItr and IIIIde Mr' sad Met II JscksoevOJe Friday for fur- MoDer PZERSON Forty.-stadeatt.charierHi Sis' 571.57 4tl m
hIJ a.mknee. that lest and possible surgery.Mn. it sd.rs. sad lilt" '''' PiftAI trot,SIN G
aua-D and Rsymand .,.nerH laa Gamble wh seder rItbPU a Cnvhslad I: '
than Kevto stslgM DeUadlre west major" sargerr Thursday toreenperattat I Alas Friday to attend" the Tartar 1 i I

.. .awl toe Friday aa *sr ateer/ It till West ii Cedar Key tootbaQ game bail laCedtf I BOULEVARDr
JL
NORTH
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W w. parews Mr VetaaU M.-iaII1oeCaJ.! Df I I Xjy as support tta Ta>tor I I,lr.-----I 135 .

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llOLlAXti, TALKS IN ORLANDO '.,' 1 ISLAND {FIOIPA) SUN NEWS WtPNtSMT, OCT. 7,17M




Is AttributedTo Jax SolonJAIZSONILLE'APt I Road Department Called Major Growth Influence



I Orange eou.....
network of high era

.MOW. ,Mrth grounded of planes his and daughteteoukbit -Deep eves. .iLcE:: I ,ir rr I card ORLANDO Florida Holland, said,AP onetime)Tuesday- Sen.governorof night Spes- road partment Eight boards men itxelf attended who guided the state banquet I speed highly Jacksonville's urban developed roads cost In la the the of about state.most link due Starting to of be urban completed with Interstate the In eight Drwmber. 4 work'mut.

keep Rep niarlp i Constructed at a
road
I that the department: has at which Holland spoke the the Orlando-Orang County
Bennett, D-Fk. from \ui 11111 million, thiS system was
I more influence on Florida's ranging In time from Chester $100 Authority hopes to develop
1\e result In the longer! I' growth than does any other state Treadway of Tavares, who became model for an expressway which afourlane
.( in east- exprewway part o(
ere develop
winterrupted roll (all v HIng Orlando plans to
the
chairman In 1933 to
since I agency which will be a toll road, toward
Congreta fin M I This construction which he current head of the board, Lakeland Cape Kennedy It plans to pj]
vened In 1189
Bennett, who was elected i called vital, determines the development banker John Phillips. To Ask !More\ Funds $7 million worth of bonds n,'\i 1
pattern of the state. Other former chairmen at thegathering I January to pay for the work.
from Florida'i 2nd Dlatrrr In t' AP) The
1948 ha not missed tine June } In paying tribute to an of the included Elgin Baylessof TALLAHASSEE -voted Authority chairman Sidnr\
Forestry
of
4, 1951, and has answered i.J50rollcalli chairmen of the Stale: Road Sebrlng, Alfred McKethaa of Florida Board for Singleton said the organisation
1965 Legislature
_.e- Board, Holland traced the major BrooluvUlt, Richard Simpson of to ask the
h* Mid Tuesday from during the 1965-87 hoped that Brevard County would
of the road de. Cecil Webb of Tampa.Wilbur $13.5 million
big home here t'r development MontlctUo. and biennium, a 18 per cent increase build a connecting road on to the
Jones of Tallahtasee
A ,"ueh.decorltld World War over the current budget.Of cape
n Infantryman, Pennett eon Inventor Dead Joe Grotegut of Miami.A the total $8.2 million would Orlando and Cape Kennedy
traded polio. while leading<< group of state newsmen, come from the lUte funds; the are at opposite ends of Florida's
fuorrUaa In northern Luzon and LOS GATOS, Calif. (AP nearing the end of a fourdaytour rest from federal and other fast.growing spac technologyarea
|till wear a leg brace and Stanley Henry Page, 7), who of highway construction, sources.In .
walks with a cane.RRIREN was credited! with inventing the wu acheduled to view the road other action Monday, the
LEG Liberty airplane engine of department's test and research board elected Buren E. Brio of REMEMBER
Early In hli Congressional ca World War I, died Monday. An center at Gainesville and then. Bronaon, president: Emmett Peter
rear he broke hU leg and early] automobile enthusiast travel over newly four.laned primary Jr of Le burr, vice president GU DOES rr BEST
miMed several rollcall. But I THIS IS HOW IT'S DONE Katherine Odham, left, Volusia County supervisor Page drove a Packard from highway to Jacksonville ; and John Y. Humphress of GREEN'S KIEL Does It For lrn
once his consecutive voting record of registration wu one of two guest speakers this week at a meeting of the Parts to Moscow In 1MB, to see that city's expressway. I Tallahassee, secretary grew he wu determined to West Volufcla Women' Democratic Club. Mrs. Odham explained the proceduresused
keep It going I when voting by machine. She is showing the correct method to Mrs. Fred Waller !
One ChrUtmaj Eve Bennett. a member of the club. (Sun News Photo by Hunter)
had to battle deep mow by automobile 1 1I 1j
bus and on foot to LAST 3 AYS! SALE ENDS SATURDAY
reach the House In time to answer Worldwide MAW TELLS FICURESContributions
rolleall. Again planet/ HURRY
Were grounded at Jacksonville .
but he caught a train at News Events
Baldwin and Just made It to Expenses
Washington In time to vote. ,
Bennett took hla wife Jean MANAGUA, Nicaragua AP) sax: f t iw
Fay, to the hospital for the birth The Nicaraguan Congress } III
;!, of a daughter IS months ago has repudiated the 1914 Bryan
) and when the baby didn't arrive Chamorro treaty granting the Reported By Candidates
by mid afternoon he left for the United States perpetual rights.
House again Just In time to to build an Interocean canal
Vote. through thus Central American
Bennett feces Republican opposition country. All candidates' financial reports received by Circuit Court perk
next month but there la A Joint session. of Congress of expenditures and contributions Jest Mathas on Monday.
one promise be li making If approved Tuesday a motion are in and accountedfor Sheriff Rodney ThUrsby, Democratic
returned to Washington h* will .declaring that the treaty violated this month. Listed below Incumbent, reported total
be at his desk to answer rollcafl. the 1911 Nicaraguan constitution are the balance of the report expenditures of $1.247 and total j

and "has caused srrlou contributions of $2,946 Contrlutlons '. ., : ...J '.f':.. ...., .., 'V'l' I.,..,..,,,,,, '( ""
setbacks to the economic development today a state of emergency in ) received last month totaled I ,.r..:, l.. ,,r'' :t" "lt ;;
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Ford's Theatre wan never of Nicaragua the Harare African township of I $1,547 with $100 each from Tw..f.- ,, ; < 4, 7! 1':'
again need a* a theater after If a canal through NicaraguaIs Salisbury I Ii William F Llckle and Frank Ca, I \( .r" a e rtH. 1 J'i ',( .
President. IJncoln'a aaaasalnaton. ever needed, the motion aald i The government, old the situation I ton. both Port Orange, and "" '. : : 7" I !ttf), .t,
it should be built on the basis of In the towiuhlp endangered I Thomas Crews, Change City, : ; ---
a treaty that would not Injure public safety and essential Other donors were Woody Lee I
Nicaraguan sovereignty and services\ It acid the objective ; George C. Scott, Tlllla Ferguson, I II
p.A2tM. StL@rnlM: would guarantee the country ". I wu to arrest all thugs and HArry Howard Sr.' fVmls Lang. VOLUSIA I .. t
fair participation In the administration : hooligans. worthy, Clara Faulkner and t f.I';"ntP1\\ "' $ ; : JJb;l
( a and profits thereof." Thomas Frelndel, all Daytona I
I TOKYO UP) ... CommunUt Beach, David Clbbs, Lucille Tur- eurDru'.rtment. t tI
SALISBURY, Southern Rhodeala China and Iraq have signed an <-y and Alva Sharon, all De -
IWUM& ;
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I tit L WI-. fl... 7J44JH (AP) The Southern I air agreement, Peking New Land, Richard F Da>'lor, Oi PHARMACY 'd'uring thi. i}.1. S ALE ;}
Rhodesian/ government declared I China New. Agency said today mond Beach and Martha Net I .1<1: _>t '"
----- -- -- tin, Orange City, each $30: A. _
KIrkland, DeLand, Walter NH- I Free Parking la Rear .f Our Stare I I I I
son, B. Rosenberg. Kathryn Nelson I 121 NORTH BOULEVARD PHONE 734-3383 '
Claude H. Munson Elda
FALL FERTILIZER FESTIVAL Munaon, II H. Maxwell DanielC

Hendrlckson, all Daytona, Betty Beech Ann Bruce darusso ; :REG.: MERTHIOLATEjSfcTc! : =?i 1 First! Aid! SPRAY 2'130P =

Martin, Port Orange, Ben T, Tlnctw..W.lgr n .i i. ff 1.13 W.lgr. S .
Thursby, Orange City, Albert
H. Lasher Ormond Beach OttoT REG. mUVISCENT ,
TRUCK LOAD Pummerr Edgewater Bale Antacid liqaid :'130 SACCHARIN 1lgr. 2 I 99Irataa.hsaathte.W&ggana.i2aae
Bowman, Holly Hill, and Sandra 1.29 ta' AREG
Oshorne Tallahassee, each tt5,
and R. F. Turley, DeLand, $75., NI/Map/ K Olee EG.
OTHER: DONATIONS 98' Cleansing lotion..L2 :R 99c :i.19 Sleep Capsules 2 180:
SALEThursday Others were Joe Ltlght Ted '." _
Glsselberg. DeLand, Mildred

City Coppen Cecil, Jean Thomas Davis,,. Daytona Orange Wal rceniTootlrfete 5 ; 4ft'wi ;;9PAIN: RELIEF Rub 2 :o aOe

Beach each $1), (;01 Campbell ,w hri hf r t*. sfc n nf w It/, .a.
George Collins, both DeLand

and Helen MJ'each,. Henrietta$tt; William Horn.J.Lake Kelly REG. Oilis Month Mi 2580C o :69G:?' MINERAL' OIL 2 : bile

tona, Vacel Beach Harrington, Paul ,Mtndelson both Day, 79 Ireath hphis.e. PIM, W.ler.eea. Plot._ -


Friday & Saturday William Beach Ormond John, $2.R.Beach Maxwell(Jarkl, each, L311'dY p. r$10. mo.,,.and bpubllc.n d- 75?. w.lr.4.Babykof Syrup. 2 a:. 6e" :89G'';**: COLD*..... lent.Capsules.! JlWei *o 90e


October 8, 9'and, 10, reported total candidate expenses for of sheriff$1.341 Headache & Pain 2:99c a | rErii39"jt Chewable< 4v-- .
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and total contributions o151,510. 9 ( ,
September .contributions Included O 100 T.hltU.W.lfr'"ni. ORANGE
Armour V.rt_gr .n for L, B. Welch Jr, Ormond FLAVORED
Beach, $J5; Joseph Barry, Daytona r ( maim C
Beach, $50; Tony Nspolltaa, Tablets
Turf and Trees Port Orange, $30: Mn. Mae I B r 1 44J 1'' lj j REG. ? 100 ,tnf. potency
Sapp Holly HUI. $..10.: and $10 I d (m ..,.. m littt! YIIAMIN CI
each from Connie, Mark Jackie 98
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:::. : if
Pat and Helen Lynadv ; ; 2:1REG. 140
15 "4100 .t:: :
Chert) Gardner, Republican : : 110
$
100-Lb. BAG nave,.
3.95 candidate for supervisor of registration

.. REG. $4.551 1reP14t month to, at reported data$485, with and total none total expenditures for contributions last! Briargate GROOMERS .:REG., 8 ',ten:y'; 2 : 199

M od of $ .} with Mae E. lf M Skate Isllai F J
11 Selbert Daytona Beach, giving Ittir Skats t liM C Mtitraatteaaaak4a:
Amour $100 last month and Phillip Barn- ,,.Elettril1etlaa 2 0 99 100 DICALCIUM
![ 130
bard. Daytona Beach, giving lit Sikt ir MHttd thus c", R
George L. Caulk. Republican M.28 PHOSPHATETabiets A ..1DEG.
PebbleVertagreeri candidate for constable of the

2nd Peace, reported Justice$.59 District total: expenditures laDeBary Children's ASPIRIN 2:60C: :fui Decongestant 2 {

and $411 total contributions. << 59s I. 5150:
rMtr.161ttdw Donors last month In Ch mr r.l.n.s.f1 IC A trh..l,,<.1.a

j eluded E. Callea.Robert Defray Lambert, each and$23 Ctrl sad REG. SHAMPOO with EGG 2 :! Oft1 & EYE DROPS 2i99cMedicated S

Volusia County Republican Committee -
OT
t.nwl20.I >.. Ian.a. JTV a
100.Lb. BAG $4.55 $100. A..Mew ,/ ,t

.. REG. $5.251 REQ SHAMPOO : .
2'goo ,
lip Director 89 ,......... 2.. ........... e

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w Resigns Post i'ir REG. $1.59
Armour Sh. p or CattleManure \ FORMULA 2. '
TALLAHASSEE! AP) ,Vn- ,. 1r ieN IeaAl.ea
......la
saLb. BAa Bam tOdd director of the hoard Hair Spray
BEG. $2.10! 1.95Y of trustee of the Inter! 'Improvement
Fund resigned isterday I { n.... --'
to re-eater the private
practice of engineering Is Ocala. 1" F
Are Walcamt Ta Use Oor Ftrtatitr SarM W The UF Hoard comprlalnf ; _... 2 0 160
Free af Oiarf Was*Yes fartkaia Yaw Gov. Farris Bryant, TreasuivrIA IKG. fe9t v.tw FOUNTAIN
uAaAtas
r nillisratO rStKL. : Larson Comptrollw JRayGreen
and Agriculture Commtaalonar Bath Scale SYRINGE NYLONS
Doyle Cboner-accepted
Lip Ta.rA ..
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the resignation with tegreLAny. rk.pk

J Prices In this id good at both stores Phone orders accepted member Immediately. G, .was. Kyves.the absent board the eased ttA ........ .a.5JCw. .,..,... medlar 3 View e 4L:9tit5 9srinsA

onaalmouily te "f.lnt Rabat ASPIRJN
.. '._.,. aMaldss
Parker assistant amtraey f fist! Alp'f a
ertl aaained\ te board Matters.te .,.U.s.,. Maecil./lnEs
Smith Feed & Seed Store replace KM. Quality
Green said Parker, was a lawyer WlAxowT
rather this ae.egieeec but 2i54c c
j 621 W.it New York A... D Lud Phoao 73U119 he bed beee asociate4 with the t ale II IFOLIs99wwwa.
boerd many year aa4 vat wtu

acquainted la sis letter with .Its t reelgudos oparattoaa. : 4 ,
I DeBary Garden Center add saM he was Jolalof the" eKtneerlnt ..
firm operated by'tile 1 I 111111 (i '
Hlwsf 17-. DEBARY PhOA..171 Ute Robert Mom-teed tt Ocela.H sill
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Ptf* $ OEUNO NlOtlDA) SUN KIWI W NESDAT,OCT.7,""jll ." ', "" .:;;,t/" ,'-, I'J ,'\1 V'' ". "';,1\\1:'',:'...tl. t Citrus Council Leaders i i'I; 'CLEAR ISSUE CITED v;


\ if ,I .,:: Attend Region VI GS

f: ,.tJ. !( Conference In NC Johnson Misstatement' ;

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:1:? !oil... Ell Flshpaw la one of 15
"t't\ Women CMrua Council representative
( attending Region VI Conferenc Goldwater

v S I : of Old Scout adult In Asheville, Charged By r ,
,im-nmn: BUKI'CA. ..* 1 r N. c Tuesday thro\igh tomor :

i-ow She I I. attei,.ding die four
day session to share Idea with
St. Peter's CYO Plans/ b. ?'xpv representative' from other area WASHINGTON (Apt Sere for emergency tti* of auelear;'
r and to become acquainted with Barry Goldwater. My President weapons to the supreme com.
the latest development la Girl Johnson has delegated authority insider of the North Atltattc ,

Activities At Fall \ Scouting Treaty Organization l-
Meeting All of the representative will Pepper Predicts The Republican prealde.ttal-
attend workshop dealing with nominee said Tuesday that*
Girl Scout Program Organ'' Stale GOP DefeatPHor.'IX. while Johnion was denouncing1'
,
St. Peter CYO held its first Joe Baldauff, .rleant-.t.arm. t, tlonal. Personnel lid Finance him for suggesting the NATO

meeting of the fall hall eton where re- and Other Bill member Rents, chaplain.present were Th* keynote speaker will be the Arts
crntly at the formulated parish by the Marguerite Prevatt. Diane Kru. toted author Wilma Dykeman. Gaud Pepper, D 1a.. predicted thorlty the adminlatratloa ai,
plan were attend the first aa- kamp. Peggy Kruskamp and whoa subject will be "Outlook hen that the Nov. 3 elections ready had taken the step he
member to
lallmited A Promise la Action
for France Prevatt will produce "the wont political
Recollection
Dual Day of : ," propoaedMBSTVTEMEsr
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St. ,I' defeat the COP hit
Catholic High School Students The CYO U ponsoied by suffered
of Central Florida to be held at Peter' Rosary-Altar Socieu aide All Landoa In IKK-and 'The voter of the nation"
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All Soul Church In SanfordOct. Mrs John Mattingly. adult ad. JWC Executive Board maybe the wont In I.. entire should be concerned by the

25.The visor I I. assisted by Mr*. Virginia t r I '; history," spectacle of a president wie, u
Rev Lawrence P. Everett Nelson and Jobn Mattingly Hears Activity Reports Pepper) here to address the London Johnson did would

Redemptoriat, of Sacred National League of Insured See deliberately misstate the fact
Heart parish In New Smyrna Report on various club actlxl- I Ufa Associations, predicted! regarding the awesome queattoa
Beach will be Retreat Mtiter tie and promotions were givenat President Johnson would win of auelear responsibility lust t**

The fee I Is 25 cent which In. Social Notes. lot night executive board Florida by at least MOM voles core a political opponeat,"."
duds a light breakfast and a meeting of the Junior Woman'sclub -the margin by which the late Goldwaur aald. ,

hot meal for lunch. Tbs Retreat e President Kennedy lost the Hat In his speech' before serene 500
will open with registration at and Comments f' Mn Robin Lenholt, president, In 19bO United Peas Interaattoaal editor .
the social hall followed announced that Mrs. A. J. Fits- said the Johnson
9 '.m. in Pepper and publisher. Goldwatr
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by a special Mass for wftvt Haviee I. man, president of the Woman'sflub Humphrey ticket would sweep made la public a chart a* had
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Catholic youth In All Soul tnttruiruntr, TIM .<(,,nl: .e1 of DeLand will be the the nation except for Alabamaand stated privately for sorts
Church. axle r .e_*.> ..._ .r* 4 I..... Chairmen; View Door Awards For 1\VW Card PartyThe clubt sponsor.It Texaa
.t'I'u.
.M *"' ....> Nr ** ........ WM wit reported that the Instructive .
The planned program will )>err eM aI Ml fMP / He condemned. Sen. Barry Goldwater said Johnsna already .

Close with Benediction at 1:Wpm I M lt.m<*.e.I.ei H,..>Kr.4.4 a"l i H.ore'w 4,.:*...=,. DeLand Business and Professional 1 awards to the lucky guest. I tof games machine session Included on mimeograph five member Goldwater, Republican presidestlal bad given the NATO ewe.
High School Students, 9th V\oman't dub have I Guests will be greeted by Ruth Virginia Qausen. chairman of nominee, for dying that mender authority to us. nudes! ,
through 12th grade, who are The.. Rev and Mr*. Rey H.M completed plant for their benefit I Mullins. president; Pearl Smith I.I the fashion show, will present the who were taught loIl'I. by Mrs.Jo Americana are losing their I weapon when there 1* aa emergency
Robert Bauman Lairy
member of St Peter Catholic <-(ormlrk and three children card and garnet party The deal, first vice president; Florence models from Lady fair Dresa friends\ to tome gigantic federal and no chance to contact j
Church are Invited to attend. Edith John and Catherine. from event will be Friday at T:3O: p,m. Harris, third vie Shop; Betty Dreka'* Shop; J, C Walker reported on also the told recent of force on .the banki of the Potomac" the prealdeat.Johnaon .
rlub and
Reservations may be made by Wendell. N C are visiting i their at the Hotel Putnam with all proceed dent; Ida Durrance pull.PI..I'I I Penney to Suiburban Ores th* district promotion six meeting whichheld ha* itld mil anthoris; j I

contacting Tim Mattingly, 734 JohiMlaRumtSlrBailevnd! to be used through their tarlan Mary Leary, a ( Shop and Clbba Store During the will be ta Daytona Beach, "I think I the people of thla ty belong* only to the pretMeat, :
3332, before Oct 21 Transpor.t.tton Civic Participation i Committee member, Aliens Abernethy, vsForsetTetary Intermission I-dith: Braun will PlazaHotel. country may not be ready to go Former VIce President Richard )
I will be provided and !Mr. and Stn. R. G. McCormlik. I Doll Hatcher, chairman and I assist Blanche Blckelhaupt, Mis.Mullins Oct. .ft at the Dajtona ahead very much fatter win M. Nixon Joined tile nuclear I

, Tim Mattingly, president of Pecan' Av*. special projects chairman Mae rer, treasurer Helen Roland and Mr. Stetter In arranging The next regular club meetingwill forward thinking program, but debate Tueaday. :

the organization recommended Dr. Earl Joiner' of the Stetson totter, la landscaping the second vice president, will pre the fables and denta be held at the clubhouse Oct at least I'm lure they're not Tasln I t
to assist with the the DeLand Public aid the lefreshment tablet lions throughout the t tit back the clock he caDed ..
those wishing University Department of Re grounds at / party IX at which time the Initiation of willing turn Claire, Win* *a I
Festival to be held on the where punch and assorted ctkes rooms Ailing and bDoreen cello! Goldwater". ,
Fall 1 liglon Is In Washington D. C. Library new members will take place with Ion to clarify\ his policy ** ***
Nov 67 attend will be served Mrt Slttter andPeggy Ma Shields will houseCrosrhahmen. -- I
parish grounds Pictured above are Carol For act as trol of nuclear weapons ia event
the board ,
where he la appearing as a resource Following meeting
the general meeting<< to at the annual Religious rer and Louise dark looking Miller will be hostesses In nos, board members attended the Council For Blind of a national emergency.
final thor affair person the the American Room, where Sara Martin and Hunter
make plans Conference The conference over some of approximately Carolyn American Home Departmentmeeting. Nixon aald delegating; tile
The meeting will be at the parish is sponsored by the Baptist 40 gift received from local merchants bridge will be pl*>ed; Margie w till king Guest speaker was Dr Piano Fund-Hid) authority 'la event of a tartmunlcatlona .
haH will be door and Gordon GUI will be In charge i tickets tt the door a4
Joint Committee on Public Affairs and \ given' ta J. Sterling" Dlmmlt, director ofVolusla breakdown'
Meeting Time Change and brings together lead County Guidance Center, DAYTONA BEACH (API) been the policy of both Caen-:
The member voted to changethe en from Baptist group through UVolusians -- The Florida Council for the bower and die tate FraMat

meeting; time from eveningto out the United State and Canada Fish, Welt Volutia Hibiscus Circle UeSe Disputes Blind today made plant to>> raise John F Kennedy aid sfco4

morning Future meetings will Dr. Jelner wrote one of the f Its,.000 for examination or treatment remain U.s. policy
be held in one of the rooms in hospital Record ,
discussion paper that It being Opens SeasonAt of persona en the waiting
St. Peter School at 9 amen used at a basis for the dl'* GOP Charge list
the first and third Sundays cushions on the problems of the ..TM' '...'e w.w Mear In ServiceTechnical TIle council board said her
14..0.5' w5. s.ta1e aM. Luncheon
of the month. free exercise of religion la th* .,.la.SINN... ...,. i Over Tuesday. an appeal for funds SINUS
named!
Sharon Hunter was public school BLIihlingWASiiLKGTOY would bit made to group Inter
Fhh Memorial
chairman of the membership Morris Restaurant was the Training erred In problems of the blind laan
committee, misted by Teresa Mr. and Sirs. Anotla Cenrad, ADMISSIONS;
for the AMARILLO. Airman effort to clear the backlog
Tex
scene opening meeting (AP TIt.10vet'TImf'nt *
Bell Eleonora W Stetson Ave., will leave by Dilver Belden Lake Beresford
Panerati Kathy
of 'the season Insmembers of the Third fits Gary P McMtnui, ha* rejected a Republican The board and Cov Frrtt
Mavari, Greg Clark and Sue Wall jet out of Tampa tomorrow night Terrace, The Tower; Mrs.Cecelia Sufferers
Hibiscus Circle of the Garden inn of Mr. and Mrt James HMi charge that a suit of Bryant attended reremonlM
.
for Mexico where werecalled Hendrlcks. Orange City,
City they
Nelson appointedchairman
Chris
was Club of DeLandMr Minus, lOt l.ant.'n. l.ane. has offices being built for President marking the start of work on anew
of the sods commit by the death of Mr. Cearad Unit II, Mrs. Edward Evans,
tee. He will be milled by Shirley .* niece, 1\11'L Jeaa ConradMurphy. 1700 OlymDla Dr.. Unit II; John *. Roy Taylor gays I talk graduate from the technicaltialnlng Johnson, UM will add UU rehabilitation renter and a eats t 4 /M *' ml ....... aA
on "City Beautificatlnn' and tnld course for I.'. S. Air million!'\ to the root of a now I connecting residence hall te coil N" 7 UM UUl Aole.l.e MIMM .
Dole Puckett BaibervUl Unit I
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Taylor Dorothy Kruskamp II. the member to start In their lore Jet Aircraft mechanics ,..1111 a1 building In Austin. Tex IVWnoo( >MMMH Ml....*WMt* ttWM coed.. I L:N'AM'0'
Roy Wall and PrlsciUa Kazmlercask. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAYTO own )''I'dl. at Amarillo AFR, Tex, In a statement. Tuesday night The board, In cloned session. awe. e.w w to 1.snwS nee C ee..epM.AMM. .
will bediscussed AIe3fIStA1Jl
Plan for a dance : Bill Unkovhh. Hark Feld. Ml Penelope Kraft, J'tnutttwo It was announced that the Airman McManu. who was the General, ServUes Administration heard a plea by Leon Howsoa : = A.r irJ5i wi

\ at the next meeting.Offloers has Mr*. Lillian 0.81'...... ;*Evan Clifton TVrnon, Mr.*. group will hive a penny )lar. brained to repair current Air disputed a claim by P of Tampa for relniitttement ai VM ac:),fM.) .vttf..d IVMtt M.CHAD ew..l-M W """"'.saw>
Serving The contents will be used to Force jet fighters, I I. !being assigned Clifton White director ol Clt.lens vending Ktnd accountant How- .a..Nitfw4 fef._. 1ryttM.flVolusii
Newly elected officers serving QUOTE FOR THE DAY Adella Latimer, 122 E. Indiana purchase two dogwood tree 'for to a Tactical Air Command for Goldwater-Miller' that ton, tired last July 17 wsate. r.
with th* president are: Cyndl. Nothing In life I* mote wonderful Av*. city beautificaUon. ITAC unit at Shaw AFB the building mlglnally was to Irwiattment with back Pharmacy
-VanHook, vie president; Norma thaa faith-the one great WV MemerlalMCGBEE Other member present "'1'1": S. C. HI. organization support'I emit 174500)0 but .that addition The council hoard tt' the
Jean' Wedeldnd, recording moving face which we can : ION Mis. O. C Bauman 'fra. UI'I tel. the TAC mission of providing r of the Johnson' suite had I rue under advisement\ aidpMmbed Tr WAtCBEEN: Arewf
secretary; Kathy Ben treasurerKing's : neither weigh in the balance nor Mr. and Mn.. Ralph the McGhee, Blount Sirs Kenneth Hook, fliepower and other. air supportto the cost up to 110 million.Jacked I to amity Howsoa el its 121 N. INanM 73433'ir
Jeanette
test la the crucible. -Sir William T Dr are parent Mi*. J. A. harper Mil Blanche U I. Army forces IIMIL ('(MT I f action bv mall.
Osier of a son weighing seven pounds, Mr*. Myrtle Leonard The airman It gradual of -- u .
a -
Henry -' -
"Th final met of the buiUlng
Beauty Shop Oct.13 ounce 6.GRLM1l. Nora. at. 3.42- p.m. MJI. Otto Mlkltta. ),11'.. H. C. Routt College High Sthool, Jack will bit slightly under (S million I

11.4 N. Blvd' (A.we 1111'1'' Actor Dies At 70 DUGHTKR VanReed, Mil R. A. Wilson tn/IvUI. ," the statement slid
came 734.7415 A daughter weighing seven' Mist tloienc Johasoa Lad Mist : It said further that while "a

SKCUU HOLLYWOOD. Calif. AP) i pounds, I'/i ounce' wa born at Hazel Mjers portion of one Door" was being =
$5 Theodore Von FJtz, 70, viteraa 1:36 a.m., to Mr, and Mr*. Ralph ,20th Century made! available for possible 8
$10 WAVE character actor who began hi* M. Grimm. 1040 Linda Lai*. St. Barnabas ECW occupancy by President Johnson -
I 4 Operators long career on the New Tackatag.In ADMISSIONS Club Members "no tpeclflo requirement'

Ke Appelstmenl4eeewary 1J13. died Tuesday. Vas Mr, Emily Peas, Orange Set SaleThe have been made of the agticyby
Rummage
SHAMPOO t SET $1.50 Hu appeared In radio, motion City; Mr*. Franc Deacon, the Wall HOUS for the

-- picture and television. __ Crescent City; Mr*. Helen M Episcopal) Church W.ma lear JacobsMany white." roar Tk* haul ear..4 .-
< San Soud Av aald the suit 'Include
Smith. 332* N. tMr .
of St. Banabat Episcopal Cera ,. !hwe ltf
*. H Susan Anderson, M S. I teak panels and I fireplace big
Church will sponsor a rummagesale detail of the fight toold
RUMMAGE SALE Boundary'Av*. Friday and Saturday horn mentally retarded children enough to ccnmmodtt 10-foot. U.S. Cholu SirloInSTEAKS
logs He referred to It a* Johnson
ES lam. till 4::30 p.m. at lOt E. were given to membei of the, '
EG Chll New York Ave, Twentieth Century Cub by John Texas temple'
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Article for the sale are to be The USA Mid It U authorized
St. Barnabas Church Women Jacobs, guest speaker, chairman
of the by law to provide span for
Member Epilloa brought to New York A\* <<11th. West Volusla Retarded 'k
Gamma Chapter. Lpsflon Sigma address tomorrow between th* Children "'"11III. The school! la senator, member of the House
109 East New York Ave. I Alpha Society will meet at I p.m. hour of I a m. and noon and 1 conducted In the morning tt and farmer prMldealt" of tile
tomorrow at the home of Mr; and 4 p m. All clothing 1 II to bemarked the First Presbyterian Church United States
William Ottinger, 180 TtppaaOrel for alas, At the present time there I II one "Th agency. doe already
FRIDAY SATURDAY OCT. 9-10 : *, Oiang dry, A special, la addition to fan sad winterdressei uallfled paid teacher wlta vol. provide suitable office space lur Lb. 98'vi.
program oa Personal Appear lull and coats for men, wiser lIelpers.Twealy..lpt. President Hoover la New York
aac*"' will be presented with women and children there are member ltd City, President\ Trumaa la ladependence -

8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. I Penny Snyder a* tile guestspeaker the following Items: boudoir one guett Mrt Ralph Bowl**, )fo., sad Prld.nt ktkt r1r-A
chair, electric .ppll..('.., elL attended the meeting the Call Elseahower la Gettysburg, ,.." .
-. lamp tttndlng lamps, blankets r* Kitchen Restaurant y....... It said that the Auttla building Steak

spread, curtains, dishes, baby day. The hoiese Mr*. Harold vii authorized by CoagrMila Cube uJ. 891
crib, oversight rile aid ketches )olkman. tnd Mrt Lena Prkiiirst < spring of 1WO, durltg the list
Perfect for School, Home or Office gadget used a Hall_..* motif .u" LUenhower: preildeacy,

Committee member are: Mr*. II the table decoradMiMr of the .u.mDtIO fetal rut. altt Wnr*CantM ltf
ftutitoa Morrow, chalrmaa; W, ft. Casaloa. prldet, tlttUVO, was tutterUH ttreonattiictlo .
Mn Wiley Btaki, Mrt. C A. reviewed her aeOvltle at the *.
Rarth, Mrs. A. .. Coder, Mrt state beard meeting la Cocoa Whet eke 'eauallCllltrltt wee Chuck Roast
Gerald" Dracb Mrt Arthur NH React *a Sept. 24.21. She was e. *.a/d.d (or coaitructlaa laDecember
} sea Mn. Winian W* dlck.Mn !hutlaatlavr the many pale| to 1M1. It totaled 17430.
:, ', Pile wHa tad Mrt fur the. local club member surkj COO. the CIA said.

Rank Steodenmin.M a. CARL Radio>> Free Europe It added that stork things aa"aormal
It Retarded all.... and roaserItion. change order activity 49-
b: OlfS Mr*. R J:. Lee Is hsvlngmnralag ," .-a lurlsdletlMil\ itrtke" LbC
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SERVICE STATION a eolfe. la November and overtlm to enable tilt lalerasl -

n.al.r I K ..r. for the Tnemhwrfl and, friend Reveau Servtr t* ere*
.Amos Th* liver offering. will .b* said py aN buUdisg before the tart llCtMktlrtaiMl i **!
by the dub for torn of Ikes. 01 tile next us tilt hid brought

ProcUMrs.( Ik* * Cashlnn. Mrs Folkwas.Mr .
*. Newell Davit and )Ira.D. 6iADq .uar ;
U MeMurrut will lie delegate Ground Chuck Lb. Ov

to the district metlif at Day I
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meeting times from t : .
m. o* tk* first Tuesday **cb I m eat DTvUMa Sliced Bacen
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DELAND (FLORIDA) SUN NEWS .WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, n u I

Pierson c.,'. Joha'i Froioa

TIPS FROM EXPERT ON SPORTS JURIES Personals Fish FREEZER POULTRY SALE!

STOCK rte TOGA FBEEZER:: W.will cat sal
IA Sticks |wrap jour pastry purch M for rear! freezer al
(Continued from Page Three) 1M ertra CMl.CRADE.

Hubby-Hunting On* Skis Ing and them Mrs. Saturday Fred Somertord.wu Mr.Vtott Sunday 3 10'0x.rkj. $1 I 00 1 "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNG

of Defray Beach. : TURKEYS
Mr and Mrs Rex Fisher U ,,

Can End Happily If- expected home lOOn from a vti.. '
A F It with their son and dluIhl.r.1II.law v
Mr and Mrs. Daniel Fisher 10 to 14Lb.

t at their home near Benton 3 9 y
Harbor Mich. ,r ArerageLB.
CHICAGO AP) -. College( objectives et the AMA' special Mi(i. DeAnn Schamay and .
girls who go husband banting on committee this subject Qulj' daughter Susan art visiting her
the ski slopes should be lure ley offered these points: husband grandmother Mrs.

they! also know. how to ski, a 1. "Dirty" coaches than Margaret Halutka in Miami for 'a
Harvard expert on sport Injuries who encourage foul play In order several) days. I BARGAINSPECIAL 1- QUICK FROZEN

says, 'to win -'are "fading away Earl ZiebacUi returned Wed.

Dr. Thomu B. Quigley, chair rapidly" from the America aetday from DesMolnes, Iowa DUCKS.4toSLb
man of the American Medical 1 sports ..eelle.I where he attended, a Florist li ,
Association's Committee on the I 2. Football and ,other team Convention. Iv

Medical Aspects of Sports, told trainers are, mostly Intelligent, Mr. and Mri Carl Hagitrom / .
reporters Tuesday! at the annual well.educated Individuals .nowadays and daughter Ruth were In Day .A
American College and la the symbol of 4, Mrs. I', ks'
meeting of the gone tone Sunday visiting Hag AreragoLB. 39 I '
of Surgeons: the "unshaven character with i a ., Strom's sister-in.law and brother (,
"The dean of Vauar tells me cigar in his mouth and a towelIn d ;i'ar ; Air and Mn. Louis Stuhr AlP Unshorn Style

that the ski slopes are the greatest his hand. o Mr and Mm. Frank Smith Cheddar Cheese 53* --
happy husband (hunting) NONSENSE '''CITED and her friend Ruth of Daytona lL

grounds we've got.SATE 3. The AMA has tried to was over recently for a visit with GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN IAKIN5HENS
SPECIAL! Am Elbow Spaghetti er.
Page
r Mr. and Mrs Rex
IF her
"clean up' a lot of nonsense' parents
"And skiing can be pretty about the .medical aspects '(If A.'. ,. p. ,,, FI her. Macaroni 2C37'
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isle, It you do what the man sports for'example, 'beliefsthat' +l;" 1 da Mr and Mri. George Moore. ... .

(tiding Instructor) says, and I/you eat nothing but tomatoes 1 a spent the weekend New at their sum.mer SPECIAL! Ann Page Pur Plum ,
home at Smyrna
have decent equipment\ and you berome a great track 1 .
don't 'Just shut your eyes and man" and beliefs! that taking r5Ma yt2j* Beech Preserves .2 'lit. 45 4 to 6Lb.Ararag .. '. ,
.
G. I. Anderson .... Jar
pray. and go down the slope.] vitamin pills and oral enzymes ; Mr and Mn. 39 t
returned home last week! froma I
'of ath
will make
The Boston doctor wu one of supermen
letes. "DIAMONDS ARE A GIRL'S ."-Eye-catchinq diamond- 5,500.mlle vacation that took SPECIAL! LB.
die participants in a symposium
on the prevention and management 4. AD the professional! football patterned stocking cover the shapely Itll'of U.S, screen. them west as far as North Da. Ann Pojo Creamy Smooth er Kronchy .
of athletie'injudes held at teams of Canada have helper stir Natalie Wood ai she arrives at London Airport to catch kota and Northern Minnesota Peanut Butter 12.0L 33 -
the: surgeons' meeting finance cooperative efforts of a plane for Vienna, Austria where aha will make a movie They visited their son Paul and t Jar
and coaches his wife In Thiet River Fall, Grid "A" Quick mien Cornish, ,
Outlining the finding! and doctors, educators .
Swltani
Minn. aM f visited with their
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to 'reduceports Injuries, .
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"it would he wonderful if thin TO BAN 1MPUIUT1ES other children .nd. relatives be. ;5.V39 a Game Hens ... .to.'...-.. i. h59

BarbervillePersonals could! happen In the, United\ .fore' returning home.Cohgrdnatnns to. Mr. and Mayonnaise ...... :.
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States In the profeMjonal base M.... Andenen who' celebrated rail Droned & Draw* Flo. or Go. Shipped.
SPECIAL! Mueller'sEgg

bell and football field. World Code Planned ; : their Mn ffth.away Richard wedding on their Hartley anniversarywhile vacation.' president Noodles... ;:, 19' Fryer,. Qtfs.&S. .'., .....' LII. '_35', '


of the Taylor Junior Senior lill'i I Han't Quick Froion SootonodTurkey
(Continued: tram Page Three '
Television SPECIAL! Jane Porker Coke
High PTA attended the VoluslaFlagler -
Mrs. neyd Clifton la'' the PTA Council 'of School Instruction Roast ,2 % $1.69Ground
Over Food
StandardsWASHINGTON Food .. .
preddent.t I. in Daytona Wednesday, Angel Uii.l'0t39'"SUPERRIGHT" .
J'rteDdi'at Mr. and Mrs. "Tack For the Year," was the
Robert Rldgeway will be Inter. : Programs., theme of the program. A panel
cited to' learn that' they will dlftcuislon was held on the topic, LEAN
open Rldgeway Jewelers In De. DITOft'a NOTIfky AP) The eery, stores and markets around "'NoHolds Barred" Guest' of
Leo Springs sometime next Preplm IM.rm.tren I. Iur111Id groundwork Li being laid for an the world. IInnnr Will Juudge Bowden Hunt.

week. Rldgeway was formerly the: etatlne pod' I le sublet| .to. international code dl'liined'to The establishment of such Mr, and Mrs Roy Wall of Beef 3LbSsiiOO'SPECIAL
manager of Drivel Jewelers (now sinThe paiuikl,. for Sun preinmi News that.)le HM Ce eN ban Impure foods questionable' standards U a major reelect of Lake.' Mary, were here Sunday
Zeta)'In DeLand.. .CAIN. U the. whttulo hates kaikw. additives and poMlbly harmful, the U.N. Food and Agriculture visiting his mother Mrs Flossie ,
The) Order of' Eastern Star OtatitnoWI8HTT. residues of pesticides from gro- Organization and the UN. Wall and Bennie Beck.:

Barbervllle Chapter st, meeting Claim 1, ettoaa World Health Organization with For his friends who would like JANE PARKER DELICIOUS
dates are scheduled for Oct I Bock .Orla"do the United Slates, playing an his address, Ira Transue Is aguest
and Oct.: 22 at 8 pm. In the WDBO-.TV Channel l a, OrUndoWLOrTy. active" role'in the movement. at the Latimer Nursing
.
Maaonle Temple DeLand. The Channel Orlanda VOLUNTARY Home., DeLand.
Chapter will hold their meeting WtDNISOAY' : VINING JACOBY : The food standards, when CherryPie111. r39;

there until,their now temple, in see: (let!)'Wall l Bur FiPfOTn I. I developed, ,would be voluntary

Barbervlllo Iacompieted.Canstrucfion UI ana Hunt On In nature that Is, there would CARD PARTYSCHEDULED
sift ; Is progressing 110 (It i be no supplementary laws In the Cream of V
: f :-"lt. .. Special Campbell's .;.. Old Fashion Veg..or. .
rapidly on the Ma.onlc.Templebeing (I)'..>....... T. ttatonunii United States or other countries
built off of the *flew Bar. t (II { Weab.nebs0 requiring\ that be
they followed
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bervtUeOrmond Road.. (1lleewe, wnta.r, aper41 by,food canners and other proc FOn=FRIDAY
Mr. and'Mrs. Clifford Guess 110: ((I) Huntlir-Krtfikliy Chchran. .. Enterprise Am.NOXTH CMOTS.. Veg. :SOUp..7b02.4i; : 1.00

and ,daughter Debbie 'Palatka, (M M... Water CnnMto,, International fwd and health *
spent last week end with: -her (e) liar. u4.;!'tU,T .VI' official beHevetfhot. enlightened ThV CsMI party 'Id be l
t:oo (i) ripuTJ
mother Mrs O. & Hall. Ith Lurraebew': (DJ1' self.Interest,, would encourage sponsored by the Civic Department .
Mrs. Lena Reynolds and children (e) rh:y.nn. AKJTIVKI5I, of the DeLand
1'1* Linda,'Terry and Bobby* of' .N <:)- Hikt' .. standards, because they could Business and Professional
folly lUll Mrs. Louise Price andson ( > Cps Raporti Increase sales Women Club will be FrI.,1I'a'y .
...... 1AL1OS Jbplh In their ,
1:10 Itt HlllblUI '
4 ScottowelsRolls
Danny and ;daughter 1) hlndlf home countries and in export at' T:30 p.m. in the
Yvonne, Mrs. Stella Evans and 0.M ()) Mnvl.tpDirk* WEST EAST 'market .' .Hotel Putnam Instead of ,
.
daughter Susan,and their moth Mlrk v Vat- I>ykCM Atl A .41V19I4 Because they would be voluntary Thursday ss previously announced. ,
Mrs. O. B. Hall ,enjoyed a 0'10 (*> Can. '.WIIn.m1'Skew VAQJI4KQ18J In The public, I It In. .
er nature. It would not Mnl'CflUIII'Y
,picnic and swimming party ,at ill)( ) n Kurk.nnr< o Y.regee tiw10IMI 4QITI ,. ...U> that the code beget {'Ihd'to'attend: : the party $1 00 : '
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Alexander'Springa Saturday. in (n) P.Iltee4 'forth in a tre.ty'lmlln"nvrn.m which Is being .staged .to
till New/ SJOVTRAAQ10I rain funds for
*Mli Bobby Wood who Is InNurses' m N w. ,lt., subject In this country, landscapingthe FLANS TOKATGRAPES
(') ABC K..iII new 'public library I
Senate .
to
Training at St.Vincent'sHospital 'M (a) Mn.l.UilO l. 7I ratification.An Tickets will be availableat ,
.Jacksonville, spent the ,(II TanlthlII 4AJ8I4JI4 International! meeting on 21Lb3I '25'
( MOTI v '' the door r ;
weekend' her the subject of food
the home of tu.we world standard >
,
Mr. and.'Mrs. Preston ,1 1:9.:;;: m DaU'Werd' Both 'yulBorabloNorth has Junt been concluded in i

punts (Note t C1mol.te-wnkly TV .r.. teat Soatk Wed Geneva, Switzerland The United the' tax 'wa. collected and SID JOKNATHAN .
Mr. and Mn. W. J. Wards' 1rommloeon t' hued In 'AllFlil 1 Pass Phi State woe represented by collected I! 50t1bt

guest Thursday was their daugh- ef ytur< 'u"miftiliM)../ Oun, 1 rciulif Ntwi, ) ftltur.* IV, Paaa, 14 1'... Nathan Koenlg an asalstsnt to 1,271209 legalities! will go to outside the state mu- srJ I' APPLES 4 ;.Lb. Bag 39
fain.law Mrs. Sylvester Ward A Paaa 4 ... PasoPoao the administrator of, the AIr! fund ,
general .
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and son Kenneth and daughter DcLind Radio PIN culture Department Agricultural I WItA till. e.uue oar own auroA.41 N nNDEI POll I'

Gloria of Cross City. WJB3 + WOOD 0pen1Da1e.1S- ) Marketing Service. .' O1' l
Beatrice and Wayne Warrens The establishment of ouch Instant 69' BEANS ,
1410 1C.c. 1ItO 55.0. : think quality... I Lb. 19
ford and son Manly her brother standards In themselves would Iklnk froihnoii. JAlX 10.0 M .,, ,
frank Jr.. Gene War- In "Bridge Wrttera' Choice not necessarily facilitate In. Ceueene .
Tuner .. I geed to.U den oat.II
PUBLIC
ronsford and Loron Smith of 'DE .AND 1964.; Harrison Gray of England creased trading In processedand WM, RIPI ,

Seville attended theBor'se.Auc- 'LIBRARY chose a routine four.spade prepared foods. ._
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contract in which declarer had think --------- : TOMATOES 191
HOB held Wednesday ;night in Is Open Tonight-Until Some .countries$ notably! In I ; I' .Lb. ;
after another
to adopt one plan
Daytona.Mr. Europe" have stringent food : "
and Mn. Melvin ToUlson : 191W.'! Rich AT*.' to counteract good defense. The laws and regulations that could goodness I'ASTERN ROUNDPotatoes.

and daughter Linda of Daytonawere trump lead war most uhwei- la ,torn caae, even prevent I
ever' recently for a visit come. He won it In his own hand .trading in products meeting the I ir25TaS2 .1 10 :J'i 45w"Aaa "
with their son-In.law and.daughter and led a heart toward dum contemplated world standard I .
Mr. and Mn. George Tabor. Openings ToldForChildren my's king. West might hold the Some countries, said Ray SM. Nue.e ..Muroha.e ee umm
ace. but no such luck. East put mond A. loaned, adminintratorof Pare

AthensUSTTIMIS second the ace trump.A on the. king and led a Agricultural the: departments Service tend Foreign to uetheoo I II Ii I IwIts Dressing F 41f I.I.PEARS 2 lh. 29;

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second heart lead lost to laws ...d regulations!\ to Mw
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.TODAY Eut' 'jack and East led the keep out.good quality Hem that t
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children be
Three accepted of South with those of their .
fn the ,West, Volaila R*. third round trumps. compete OWlfarm..ra L.-. .. ... .. .; ONIONS-3 -
war back In his own hand. Heft and processors.TaxTake ----- ----- -- Lb.Bag'25L'Speclill :
tBe IQm'&aUJNN ,
larded Childm'a School John F. a low Club! and flnemiedummys : i .
Jacobs chairman, has announced. pit
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had worked. ,
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Information regarding registration
call' He led I low heart fmn '(AP)' -,The

eewM.aaee, Ywf tog.734193.MlM may. be obtained":. by. dummy. Perhapa the queen and State Beverage Department said Sugar.10 99"
Linda; Rita heads the ten would fan together theydidn't Tuesday cigarette taxes collected ft

STARTS TOMORROW teaching staff( of the school! which South rutted the heart during August produced MJM.TM .. T. G. LEE!
and led a second club to dum in revenue, a drop of JS0373(1 ,-
the First Presbyterian
meets at
my's ace. When the queen of ( under the July revenue. Specials SANITARY NAPKINSModess
'Church: Caaeee'are, : held through from cluM failed to fall it looked 'as Of the total In August $3,918,. Ploao 7HJ1U for delivery j .
1:30'toIl: : a m Monday\
If South would have to depend 547 goes to the cities In which
ryiday, and, Include arts and i
a club break, but he badInothr $
crafts, speech therapy and upon 3"&x.
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exercise. arrow in his quiver.He .
ftdamalAJ ] .
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I Jacobs said that a class for retarded cashed dummy'. king of.pad. I .
yourtDfxF.9MIr.reRlMfelta I adults would be started U .... discarding a diamond MCGregorI Special! BATHROOM TISSUESoftWeve.Rolls'
Interest warranted. from bit hand. Then he led the I
'Clubs" or groups .Interested In eight of hearts. East won withthe : .
seeing a program, about the queen and South discarded Ranch
school or general Information nother small diamond I' ,j Aanouncas'Fall. 1.00
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about retarded persons" are At this point West wu squees-
asked to contort Jacobs eeL He had to unguard the queen '

Contributions to the school 01 clubs'. or discard either the Riding ett..... .e M. 0.. 'S!*.... L_.. J..... .
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may bemailedte.WntVoIu.le king or queen Retarded Children School P.O. Either discard would give" de t 73e TISSUE
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Box SOS..DeLand. darer the rest ; : DIXIE CUPS 49e| IIA.'". DM f le1'ew .
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Lady Bird Johnson Says Auxiliary Heart Pumps




Dixie Tour 'Snowballing9 a Forecast For Human UseNEW




ABOARD THE LADY BIRD out there" she said at Selrn*. YORK (AP) A new At the new conference Dr.
SPECIAL; (AP) After "an N.C.. but I'm glad we live In a York surgeon yesterday forecast Now laid "In one or two year.
unforgettable, dramatic and country where people can have development within two year It may be possible to Implantone
colorful" first day, Lady Bird opposing view and we knowin of permanent auxiliary heart la a human,"
Johnion declared her whistle- our !hearts who's right. pumps for human use Implanted
top Southern tour wu ",now. ; within the body and
balling powered by batteries carried by Award PresentedTALLAHASSEE

The enthusiasm of the crowd CandidatesVow a shoulder harness
infected the First Lady' travel. Dr. Yuklhlko NOM of the Stele : (AP) The
ing troupe ai it moved on University of New York' Down Valley Forge foundation presented
through North Carolina into To Hold a date Medical Center Brooklyn the Florida Department
South; Carolina on III lecond lip aid this possibility 1* suggestedby of Education I Its fourth freedom
successful: experiment In

today.Rear.platform muter.of ceremonle Tax Minimum dog.. Thee test use a cigarette foundation award Tuesday for
Hale Bogg of Loulll- pack(bed. Inflatable plastic its high school course "Ameri

ana, who usually stars a< House bulb pump Implanted la the canism vi. Communism." .
Four candidate for public of
aorta, the main pathway of
Democratic whip, declared fie pledged J themselves In blood from the heart. Accepting the sward ws*
Preldent Johnson would take favor of keeping taxes at a minimum Equipment for powering the State School Sup! Thomas Bailey
the South and ef retaining the county pump' tiny motor and supply who accepted on* for the department ,
SENDOFF, WELCOME eat In DeLand at a recentmeeting' and another for him,.
SHRINE CLUB Official of Roth Products Co. check from Ing compressed air to carried laa
The President had given his of the Retired Persona BOOST FOR r Inc. recently presented a the 3Vi attached elf last year.
pound package to
firm to the DeLand Shrine Club to assist the club in motion of its annual football The club will
wife an early.morning lendafl A oeladon. pro game. sponsora a harness won by the dog. Fred Tuner director of Instruction
in Alexandria. Va., and flew At the meeting, held In the game between the DeLand and New Smyrna Beach junior high teams on Oct. 20 at 7 pjn. at DeLand' Municipal Contraction and expansion el won a 194 award for! ,
into Raleigh N.C.,. Tuesday Tourist Clubhouse, the retiree Stadium. All proceeds from the game will be used by the club in its charitable activities. Tickets are available the bulb aiding la pumping hi* part in the program

right to give her a "warm heard the candidate for state from any club member. Edward Smith right firm treat urer, presents the check to W. T. Zapel, game chairman, blood through the heart 1* controlled .'
Southern welcome" at the first representative from Group 1. as Harry Goldman receives the tickets from W. T. Cor belt. Shrine president. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) by *n> electronically .
overnight stop for her 11.car Kermit Cobfe. Democrat, and powered valve triggered by the ..

train. John F.OOP Jacob SPEAKER. Republican DESPITE WARNINGS fl.* 7 ,uw flORIDA) SUN Nm WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1964 animal' own heartbeat.Dr. ..
Together at Raleigh, they Nose told reporter aboutIt .
t received a tumultuou ovation Also speaking were Ralph at the 50th clinical congress of :
froM a packed Reynolds Cal Clayton, representing Hubert the American College of gun a.
Ileum audience) of 14000 at Jacob, Republican candidate [eons. He wu lummarlxtnf a ...
North Carolina. State College. for District 1 county commls Louisiana Families Return To Cane'attcrcd Homes formal report prepared for the '..

Tuesday' turnout for Lady loner, and Jacobs' Democratic meeting by. bImseU and three .'
Bird was Impreulv Some 100 opponent, Detn Smith. Jacobs colleague .
college student in the Norfolk wu unable to be present becauseof After describing the experimental >> ..

area mad up a winding motor a prior engagement.Each NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) Cross laid early surveys indicated homes, caused major damage to Hilda and tile tornado! kilted pump for dogs the report .

cad to |loin a rally for her speaker's 10 minute. talk Thousands ot families ware that 35,000 families in 2,NO and minor damage to 11427 ,- 37 person, most of them in said: ., :The Conrad Co.
then At Suffolk, Va., a peanut wu followed by a five minute back to pick up the piece of "Effort are now being directed
Louisiana and Mississippi were than, It destroyed 121 farm Vermilion and Lafourche .
growing center people climbed queaUon and answer period their hurricane-shattered homesIn parishes toward development of a
affected the hurricane and and US other the : Ill Will New York Ace. :
on top of freight can' for a Both county commission cindl coastal Louisiana and by building damaged on coast similar device that will hopeful
glimpse of the Pint Lady. dates advocated central purchu, today the tornado it created. *. It destroyed five email Officials may damage probably ly be used la treating chronic : !Pa***7)4-2172 :
The mart the crowds grew as log with sealed bids. more to were wait.going despite warnings The survey hewed the storm businesses and damaged 212otheri. will reach $100 million or myocardlal Insufficiency (weak .,
the attendedby in Louisiana destroyed 112 more heart) la "
the During meeting, man.
train went south, the more They didn't care about lack: ot
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about 30 member, E. T,
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eloquent Boggs got. B. finally
electricity, water, sewage, telephone .
said the opposition wu "not Lloyd, who presided announced or other convenience I
going to carry any state.' that he bad attended the organl Some dipped In by back We're f In
zatlonal meeting tor a United
BIO CROWD road Some went by boat Other .
With estimates from police, Fund in West Volusta, He laid
cut field
acres cane
agar
another meeting li to be hele1ThuneS.y .
Democratic staffers aboard
flattened Hurricane Hilda '
at which director will by Celebrating West
/
figured more than 60,000 turned last week. / /
be elected and a charter will be .
out to lee Mrs. Johnson on 11M'14..top Fishermen, businessmen
II.speech opening day adopted. housewives oil field workers, 1
and aald she would have had Speaker at ins Nov. J meetingwill Our Volusia!
be Mrs. Blanche Coons, 11. trappers and other wanted to
100,000 If she bad been on time brarian at DeLand Public U. get to the Job of restoring their ,
on her unprecedented love-the brary. possession to moms emblanc
South mUslon. of what they were before the
Running 90 minute .late at storm' onslaught.
Fire Day Forecast i Thursday Friday SaturdayWe
times, Lady Bird had a smiling SUMS IT IT I
excuse the crowd "up the a T The AiMclttMl PnM A. L.
Stansbury. of
owner a
line" kept her. Temperature will average porting good and liquor Store : thank DeLand and West !
Balloons, straw hats, toy !train three to six degrees below the you VolusaL _
at Franklin summed it up: "I

whistles all the ,trappings. pennant of placards politics -_ seasonal day period normal ending during Tuesday.the five-Th had place beer 10 I and didn't soft need drink water.la my I ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL for a wonderful year. We look forward to fF ANNspjiMf*

were turned loose. There were forecast calls for abnormally
"I can go a couple of day
alwty placards, too, for the cool weather at the trt of the '
without food, and a man can get At Our Fountain
opposition candidate, Sen. Barry period with a slow warming by without sewage I SPECIAL serving you many more. "Sudden Haul,"
Goldwater. trend thereafter. Th normal
The President'* 20.yeir-old high average In the mid SOs "Having electricity dnean'tmean II Hair Spray
anything to m*. I've got
daughter, Lynda Bird, didn't with the low In the mid 60* In lamp and when it get* dark Banana Split 0.ni:and Irene Stewart .
like some, pt the Goldwater the.north ind 70* In the mouth. "
you Just go to sleep.
sign Rainfall will total lees than sos Authorities said It would be a aEa.
"'I don't like one or two signsBarry's )half inch except up to one Inch week before 29; t 60;
: could be
-:--. In .the,southeast\ portion. restored to *H power home In Franklin. "" ""...........

They urged returning refugee & ,
WifeEmbark's to boll the' water .before .

I I Negro News using ItMost of the 30000 resident. of I Register For -

On St. Mary Parish, when the .
hurricane first struck the coast
Lodge To Meet were back from their Inland r

refugee centers. Many still! *
Political Solo No. =
Sunlight Pallbearer Lodge lacked pawn and water.
35 will meet tonight at 1 o'clock. SCHOOL CUMEO ANNIVERSARY 1 ANNIVERSARY
All member are asked to be
WASHINGTON AP) Sirs present and on time and to be Iberia Parish also bard hit SPECIAL SPECIAL
Barry Goldwater acts out todayon prepared to pry endowment wu without power and water in
1
her first political solo a money. Mrs. Irene Ash Is president many place School In the Persona Norwich
flying campaign trip to Muncie, parish may' remain doted tilt
Ind., to try to win vote for her remainder of the week. Stainless Steel Blades 29.95 Value Stainless Aspirin

husband, and, while abs I Ia at It, A spokesman for the Red
to attend her own homecoming Club Set Meet

"Peggy The first Goldwster of three Day"solo ]haunts there. The East Sid Demonstration Floridian Missing Pf::. 50?, Steel Service For I! ISOCouaJ 89,1
dub will meet Friday at the
for the Republican presidential No obligation! Nothing To Burl> S aralA
Benson
home of Mr*. Mantle
candldat wife will be a IAN DIEGO Calif. (AP -
on Walt St. at I p.m. Member authoritle inveatl- *
today
speechless once although abe Navy THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAYI
art uked to be on time, Mr*. gated tilt disappearance of Seaman ,
will hold tn Informal new conference and
Agnes Wan 1* president
College la at Muncle.BaH State Teacher Mrs. Emma Tool. I Sa reporter Campbell Apprentice, 1J, of Largo.Joseph Fla.L. J

She also win attend a reception Visitors art always welcom The Navy said Campbell'* uniform .

la her honor in the student was found on the beach FREE COKE
baa room' and IItn to "Wel Board To Meet after he failed to report for do
ty and Inside a pocket was ahandwritten *
come home, Peggy" apesehnand
The Deaconess Board of Macedonia ANNIVERSARYsPECrALr
High a School rally gymnasium In the South before Side Baptist Church will havea "I Just got note drunk which enough said to r With Every Prescription Filled ANNIVERSARY

business meeting at 7.30: p.m. do what should be done so to SPECI LIVltaExell
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Columbus Ohio,
she leave for ,
tomorrow at the church. All went" and !
the sea I Thursday Friday Saturday
'lbun4ay.won aPEd member a-* asked to be present "!trradlC"
and on time. Important business
Choosing a state bird to a ns
But she will not spsak.1 Just
win b* discussed. The Rev
Vltlilins
to the United
modern cut< "
eaT sh* bas told everyen H. W. Whit 1* pastor.Program '
For her nostalgia return to" SUM Kentucky initiated the Remember Too There's Always.
blonde, Mr*. Ooldwater to takIng Ion' adopter; the carets.UlilIt 1/2 Price Sale Bar
SlatedThe
politics help- Mrs. Emery al fa 100 Get 30 Free I
Johnson of Tucson a former Iles iMe P55MMN .
Matthew Singers cI Winter
national COP eommittwomaa Park win present a program FAST FREE
and pedal assistant to
now a at I pjn. Sunday at Macedonia
National ChaJrmaaDeaa tH best
. Republican Baptist Church. The program
I iBuret staff help, a to being ipouend by the Prayer
hairdresser sad her youngerdaughter. Band. The public U Invited. ..r DELIVERY SERVICE I '
Mr*. Richard Holt rr s.rmops
Mrs. Goldwatar, wu bona ta
Din Humphrey
Muncie 55 yean ago and grew
ftbnnf1
up there. She returned twice II DM B+Humphrey., take View "
the put year tar th* funerals el Drive, died TMeday moratof at ANNIVERSARY Call 734 8525
her mother Ana Johnson, la West Vtalusla Memorial Hospital 1., ANNIVERSARY
November' and her only brother where M had Isis a patiut for SPECIAL ..... Lt
Ray Prescott: Johnson Jr., la ODe ....IL .""..ri'IJIHllnlSPECI
March Bon >sa Georgia he lad Bred TO DElAND "eo.m.l1caUr Yours" "Brldgtport"
During her stay ta Mwda s*. her Ice more then 1O'tart. lie )
will b* Joined 'by her elM: wu a member el the BOOM ef T'Y w aM Mns IaASr. asS tlss lit .Means alMies1V Lipsticks' You .Always Get BOMb Spray
Bug
daughter, Mr*. Thorn Roe., Coda Saint la Christ Church of w ".M ere .Y..astas shat.wMosi ..
and her two *oalaUw.Thnnday which Elder Ralph Raglaad 1* ..... ...eisaaaw ........
hi Ootambu .Hri. pastor. He was one of the dea- !
Goldwater will! hold an Informal coos to the church Late- i 59
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am. conference and attend a Survtvon todad hi* wife 'J/vePIvs
hmcheoa cI the Ohio State Fed- Mr. Victoria Humphrey; a cos.
ration ot Republic June Bumphrry, Lakeland:
lour daughters. Mr*. Boon
Dun r-obera. Urm. Osltlwnttt :.. .. Pea..
XT*. many* IIt. '*4 Ai
IIn. i Ira Dee a*. ai ef DC
Raids .a craadtoa. Jaaee sr.w... .

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Kr*. Mary J..*.... and a tree*

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Down Bid ( Terriers By 6 0




... a Two bad breaks last night ing minutes of the first half

",t6 I hurt the DeLand Junior High After. the ,visitors scored they
JACKSONVILLE: Jacksonville The trio of mid-state colleges School Terriers u they dropped kicked to the Terriers with Lou-

University has turned down I announced in August that they j a I 0 decision to the Mainland nle Braddock taking the ball on

an Invitation by Stetson, Rollins will leave the FIC and, in ef- Junior High School gridders In the 22 and carried It to his G-

-and Florida Southern to Join an feet, dissolve It after the 1965 a hard ought battle In Municipal. On the first play with 1:13 to go
Athletic conference by the three baseball season. The Other memo Stadium In the first half It was Braddock

/lld.t.te schools bers are JU. Miami and Tampa. The breaks were a poor map connecting with Tim Sain on a

a Dr Robert H. Spiro, president MEETING HELDA from center en a.punt attempt pass play with the latter making
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ef JU, announced this morning meeting was held In Winter which let up the lone touchdownof a terrific effort for the TD

flint his school will become an Park laiit month which JU Ath- the night and a costly clip that covered 58 yards A clipping .

aTJlletlc "Independent" after, this eric Director Roland L. Rourke pint penalty that brought backa penalty brought this one

""; .demlc year, following dls- attended. TAYLOR JUNIOR HIGH OPENS SEASON Tomorrow night the Taylor Junior High School football Terrier TO that might-have back.

Interco-egiate Rourke Issued the following team will open their six-man lesson in Ormond Beach at 7 o'clock. Other games will be at Holly Hill, Oct. 22; meant victory. Next game for the Terriers win
,_ statement today: 29 and Hill Pierson Nov. 12 left to Mainland II now SO on the be Tuesday night at 7 o'clock
to Ormond Beach at Pierson, Oct. ; Holly at on Kneeling, right, are Manager Leon
"JU welcomes and expects "Three colleges Stetson, season while the Terriers are I- In Memorial Stadium u they .
Martin Ernest North Dale Strickland Ralph Miles John Ellis North and Dennis Puckett.
continue playing all members of Florida Southern and Repine Maryes, Standing, 11. are hosted by Seabreeze.
the FIC, Including the University presently are considering forma- same order, are David Wilson, Larry Turner, Gary Hallman, Walter Ward, Carl Guess, Sonny Parrott, Fred Star- The next home game '(of the \

of Miami," DT. Spiro said. Ion of a new! conference.! An ling and Coach Bob Sherman. Probable offensive starters will be Strickland,.quarterback; Starling and Puckett Terriers will be the Shrine Bowl ; ,

"We feel that our proper inter. Initial meeting was held last halfbacks; Turner, center, Guess at one end with either Hallman or Parrott at the other. On the defense it will Came on Oct. 20 at 7 o'clock. John Unitas

I "''psts will best be served at this week at Rollins, to which repreentatives be Wilson, Guess and Ward up front with ,Starling, Miles and Ellis: North deep. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) In the first period the Terriers ; ,

time by maintaining an Independent from JU, Tampa and kept the ball for an except three '

status"Desire Florida Presbyterian Collegewere plays as they picked up, five NFLNEW

Invited. Series Opens BULLPUPSTO -, tint plays in marching from the Pacing

"Florida Presbyterian Is considering PARENTSOF DeLand 23 to the Mainland eight

,joining the conference before being stopped.

and had .a representative pres.ant. CAGERS PLAY Late In the secohd quarter YORK (AP) They t t.ay

< Tampa did not send a representative a poor snap from center on the it's better to give than to 1

and has Indicated It Is Out fourth down hurt as ,Mainland receive. A look at the latest ,
Dedication will not join' the 'cnnferlnce.CONTINUE ,. WILL MEET Kubek AT LYMAti took over the,ball on the Terrier National Football League.statistics I

'FLAY ,seven. On the second playIt released today, would seem
"Jacksonville University after Tomorrow n'ght! the De- was-John Schnebly going over to confirm that old axiom.

due consideration by the Faculty All. numbers of the Bulldog ST. LOUIS (AP) It's New The weatherman continued ta Land, High Bullpups will for the TD from seven yards out Every time Johnny Unitas gets

AtFSU CommIttee'on Athletics and the Club Parent reminded Basketball that York power against St. Louis be kind to the St. Louis popu 'be on the road to Lnr'wood \ A pass attempt for the extra that football, he can't wait to
athletic staff and the full sup- are speed crafty, Whitey Ford lace, As It has been throughout point failed. There was just 1.36: '. give it away usually throughthe
the final will when tackle
port of the administration, has meeting be against youthful Ray Sadeckl, the final week of the season, they the remaining In the half. I air to some Baltimore Colt

TALLAHASSEE (AFN) decided that It prefers to develop held tonight In the Poland, and World Series.hardened sunny and pleasant weather Baby Greyhounds of Once again in the,third periodthe I teammate' The habit' keeps

Coach Bill Peterson Is a strong In Independent schedule High School auditorium at veterans ,against a relatively .prevailed with temperatures of Lyman In a contest'set for Terriers held onto the.ball Unitas on top of the NFL pass

believer In desire and dedication "We plan however, to connue I 7Sd. Inexperienced crew u: the Yankees 65., to 70 for the Cards' first. S o'clock, and moved from their 37 to the ers and It hasn't hurt the Colts'
.
scheduling\ teams that final plans for the upcoming and Cardinals open the World Series since 1946. Mainland 16 before. running out I climb to the top of the league'.
of football. Coach
In this game Bryce Francis and ;
presently comprise the FIC, aswell Spaghetti tapperon autumn classic today. Starting time was 1 p.m., of gas. .Western Division.
So when he his Florida Carl Brown have been!
says Ore M the night of Morris and Mike DltI
Johnny -
aa other colleges In the The bcet-of seven games will EST, with all games carried on Early In the fourth quarter,
dedicated working hard with their
State boys have them.
the DeLand Lyman foot I ka of Chicago and Frank Clarke
Florida area decide baseball's world chanvplonshlp network NBC radio and. televi with (17 to play, the visitors
selves to beat Kentucky, : you "We appreciate-the,. tnvitl 1on.' ball gaimi -.W headline sion. Bullpups and have high recovered a fumble on their 32 I of Dallas, on the other hand,
can be sure Peterson Is looking the meeting.. There I* alsoPeer hopes of getting: .back on love to receive. They're constantly
basis of
On the
We intend to continue playing The Yankees, l7.lo-10 favorites experience, and kept control of the ball the
for a victory. /! business l to diurnal. the victory trail. on the catching end of
the Ford-Sadeckl duel appearedto
rest of the
all FIC members
the present to win their 21st post'season game as they pickedup
"After the New Mexico State whenever mutually possible In All boy hopeful of play.log title in 29 attempts, were handicapped be a mismatch. This was the The locals opened witha four first downs on the i aerials and rrTntrh: top three
game Saturday, the kids dedicated the varsity or Junioramity victory over Mainlandand league so
on
pass
soccer, baseball\ and crew, as somewhat by the absence eighth opening game assignment ground and reached the DeLand
themselves to beating well as basketball. We wish Stetson > teams are urged to of regular shortstop Tony In his 22nd Series start for then dropped a tough seven when the game ended. far this season. But their teams,

Kentucky" ," he said. Florida Southern and Rol- attend along ..ltb.. their Kubek.! He had missed the last the year-old Ford who turnedIn decision to Mainland in a Doug Stewart of the Terriers plagued by other problems,
"It's a big order but I'm sure parent. a 17 6 record during the regular game that was moved up cant seem to jet started The
their because
Ins continued success In two weeks of the season
was the top ground gainer of the
they'll give a good account ofthemselves. season. a day on the Bullpups without Bears! occupy the Western Division .
of
future athletic endeavors. a Jammed wrist
: with 82 IS
night yards on carries.
cellar and the
Cowboys are
It'll take a great notice.
the entire .
Officially out for
Tommy Townsend also turned
'game by the Seminoles to win, only a notch above the Eastern
Tomorrow the Bull-
series Knbrk has been replacedby night in some fine running efforts
"but this game' means perhaps GAJIES'OPEN SOONBrundage Mike Megan, rookie tint Q-Backers pups will be without ,the with 41 yards. Charles Morgan basement
Unitas, with 3J completions in
more' than any game in Florida baseman and son of Yankee services of two of their proved to be a rugged runner
69 attempts and 10 touchdowns '
State The boys know "
history bullpen coach.Jim. Hegan. starters as sophomores
for visitors
the with 64 yardson
in ]just four Is off to
a
that and will give It all they've Walter Anderson and Rick games
Phil
Llnz, the versatile Infieldet 17 carries Schnebly pickedup
blazing start
Will Remain who To HearPeterson Rawlins of tackles,
got. plays the harmonicaon a pair 44 yards. Morris has caught 27
Upset fever has been rampant the tide will have been moved to the p.la"for
play shortstop up The Terriers picked up nine 360 yards and' four TDs. .
the Seminole this In' Kubek'. and lead off.! Rawlins would be
on campus place varsity. first downs against eight for Ditka and Clarke each have
week and the fever went up a The oCardlrial.\\ are not 100 unable to play tomorrow the visitors. On the ground the caught 24. with the Chicago end

few degrees when the local news'' Head Of per cent physically fit. night anyway because of a Terriers gained 128 yards while gaining 284 yards and scoring
'
paper carried a story that the Olympic BodyBrundage IN DOUBTUncertainty knee Injury but It expectedto the visitors had 118. one TD and the Dallas star

national gambling line tabbed over second baseman be ready shortly. The play that broke the backs picking up 319 yards and scoring
the with Kentucky an Julian Javier and third .
game Head Coach.BUt Peterson I of of the Terriers came in the fad twice.
even money bet. baseman Ken Boyer, injured la
I'' .To. them this mesnt one Important \. TOKYO tAP) Reelection the stern, 7J.year- weekend games with the New Florida State University will be .
.
"
the .. ... "
aid guest speaker. at tonight'sDeLand .: C/''''' -" ---
thing somebody'somewhere of Avery Brundage as presidentof Chicago hotelman who holdsstrict York Mete, was eliminated .
else, thinks. Florida the International Olympic I views on amatgt1 ism, Tuesday when both .....unodIIlJapt ) Quarterback Club meetIng '

State can win, and DO,sentlmea- Ommltiee, fives the Amateur wen-out In a secret ballot overLord \ *Johnny Kao, they Elks I slated Club. for 7 o'clock .at the This Was The .&Tlo lent .

J tallty! Involved. Athletic JJnfrrt of the United David Burghley! ,Marquisof were ready to play. :
fifth
Seminole fans reason. that States" a' powerful ally In its Exeter, who takes "/'ome. Javier injured his l..tt'.bJp hi a Peterson In his season

I Florida State has the type ,attack power-struggle with the Nation. what more liberal! viewrpf, the collision Saturday and'Uld not Into with the the national Seminoles, has Jumped 1 id }?h )
that can best pull sn upset al Collegiate\ Athletic Association. amateur code, .) play In the regular season fi Seminoles spotlight as his
have
*- a red hot passing combina The vote was announced nale. Boyer pulled a muscle in whitewashedtheir
Wednesday ai unanimous but his left third In three foes this season and
\lion of Steve Tonal and 'Fred thigh rounding
who strike for a this was on a motion by Pakistan the sixth\ Inning of the finale. are the' lone undefeated untied
"",. 'Biletnikoff, can Texas Backs after the sealed ballots had "You couldn't keep those and unarored upon team of 4
touchdown on play, allY'tIm.
any been counted. It probably was fellows out of the Series" said major college status la the country -
from anywher
: fairly close In the TO-man com Keane. "They played too hud .
that Kentucky .'r ,
also reason .
They I mittee.! to get Into it." This week the Seminoles will
could be'rip for a down. LIGHT DRIZZLE A sellout\ crowd of 32,000, was be hoping for their greatest victory 1

game, alter bumping off Mississippi [ Honored Meanwhile, feverish preparations assured with tickets In much yet as they fare the surprising -
and Auburn, two of themost A
Kentucky Wildcats In
demand
'went forward In a light Speculators were I..t.tlnl
1the
powerful tea"1" drizzle for the opening of the as much as $1,00 for a pair their Homecoming contest at
jiatlon on the last two weekends.Any Olympic Games Saturday when of box seats. Tallahassee The Wildcats have

coach knows It Is hard to AUSTIN, Tex, (API ,- Inju- 8000 athletes from 98 nations also won three games. Taking a

FI'get a team up two games In a ties have sidelined Texas tailback will vie for honors before! capacity slim win over )Detroit In the

TOW much lest three' In a Emle Koy for much of his audiences. Virtually everything opener and then shocking the

last two seasons and the Long- Is ready, and the excitement BozriingResults nation by''downing nationally
-row.They also feel that Florida torn woikhorse Is doing all he In Tokyo is almost incomprehensible ranked Mississippi and Auburnon

Wife's defense will be torch for can to make up for lost time. to a Westerner.The straight weekends in the .

'"anyone) to crack. After all, the I He's so Intent on catching up struggle In the, Olympic Southeastern Conference. This .,

,Seminoles are the nation's only he. didn't realize what all the committee tot the presidency TUISDAY AM. COPPII moved Kentucky to No. S In the !t ''' '

'Unscoredon team. commotion was about at Tues first won by Biundage at Helsinki Pour onions. a. tignt' emi 9Suaia AP poll. .
.And then there Is the homecoming day's practice session when I In 19S2 also In a contest 0'. a, .Haaay Miattn, li The local club Is extremely

angle It can't help but photographers told him he had with England's Lord Burghleymay .lease..".. s a.,.Pln-Uai. I, Praulalna. 1| 'Allay 11 Oaaa Call lucky to get Peterson as a speaker IN W W"" You will be able to obtain the complete, official

,be a big angle favoring the Seml been picked as Rack of the have a profound Impact on 4. Sawlarlnaa: t.M and It certainly U a timely
notes to have their loyal fans at Week by The Associated Press. American' amateur sports h Sorb.ar4ina.r, sites iitgla' 1M| date summary of the special commission appointed President

their strongest .. with the "old The e.foot.3. 225,pound ,senior The American team fielded h'l ,. iuo."I.,;, easel alngla. PersonInterested In attendingthe
.
trad" feeling running high. thought Texas uewsiaperhad here was put together under a 1211. 5150' ."" 7800 session tonight are remindedthat Johnson to Investigate the assassination of President Kennedy.
"'"Of> .course( this U only thefSemlnole made the selection not a truce between the MU and the LAOIKS TIN" PIN the fee Is S3 per person for

side of the. story, but It national poll NCAA Impnsd by the late Gen e.Olll....Plumbms.... 'I .I.....Plantfa.... 11.,............., the single sessions) and that It Jt will be rushed to as bs the Is mqde
/"Ss make good aenae "It kinds surprised me," Koy Douglas' MacArthur. As soon as .,.. t, A4C M...." li ,......". Include a fine meal. press soon report public.This .
the savageaward the end and On.Biva. 4, Maita. Pitta, 01 Hal.. Invited tonight from the
possibly guests
.
Peterson' : ,gave told an Interviewer after stammering games la*.y Matartaia' i, Taafar Jaw.
this week to BID McDowell "really. and "golly! even before, the two big sports ..... 11| Art Plaitartni I. DeLand Bulldog football team 'XaUSlVI 70 '

,.who blocked a field goal! try,. several.times groups may lock horns. .00.10'.M.tal Solty t, .101.,...,...11, J..a.'e5..1 a..|.... lie Bob Apgar, Mike Cooper, Is The Book (":0:;:'5
recovered one fumble and caused "He put on a good show," NEXT: REEK: ...... 1.soyyn. Ken Pony and BUI Bartlett as )
another: This was two in a. Coach Darrell Royal said. "1 One possible arena Is the 1 !the.IArt's. Ith1,5 O Clap, .1".1.. 1011, well as "Mad Dog"Bobby Black. i

ww for the, determined Talla- : he deserved It He d..Uvlered meetings next week of the International M/5 5w I. a/Is' '10311,
',h4see linebacker. His llneback- guess under pressure situation"Royal' Amateur Athletic Federation III,,, Ihraa ISM.SIMVICI. !

SAc buddy, Dick Hermann, won which controls track Tale 'Boots'r.o THE
referred to Koy's performane
An'. Piaitariitf Alt e... 1OIY
time. and field. The IAAF recognizes
other ,41s\
'It the
Texas' ..
In top-ranked ... 11| Smitu Faa. A Sa>4
Th Tomahawk Award forbest Army Saturday only the MU and the AAU T, o.lasun Nawa 'l Sam AMar.nt'n
17 over
blocking went to Bob Man- victory may take this opportunity topresent 4, Oraiiaa City' Ma- PlayersMIAMI I IIVO
CI, HI5Iw e.. .. .,.. /.
gin, 232.pound tackle from At. Its side of the case to 0.1..... Oul0. i Jima' Car 4TriHN
back the International Federation. 4. Haaa'a Halnaaralia WARRENREPORT )
was pushed *
ttoophe sseeene talented Although the AAU.NCAA el ri.rtaa. Mama Gas 4, All (AP)-Miami football
team by Acid Test'FQr MaMitr Coach Charlie Tate who started
Del William of Uv Oak, dispute may never come before Jay Vaun/y MK' atn"la. tUi
eiPph extra the lox if It does Brundage Is Paul Millar" tilth ,It,... UOKm out with a thin football ,
but Mangan now provides Mam nile, tOIl Is faced with shuffling -
squad now
at the offensive tackle almost certain to throw his Pip 1 :i.'t .... 1080. !
strength fill
I Gators his meager corps to
three spectacular weight on the side of the AAU.
OIti. He made SICONO NIOMTSHSTaam '
two more vacant spots.
He has always been scornful of
Na. a S. Sam "
tackles Saturday. college athletic scholarships MAX Asa Parta t. :;.t'J He suspended two first stringers -
Peterson said that In grading< GAINESVILLE: (AP "This D...a li. Dkan4 SHU Bank *. Tvesdsv for breaking training
the game movies' halfback' will certainly be the arid test If the AAU.NCAA wrangle! ,....,..... Waalauranl 1. I.
-out rules. They are Fred (Redwood -
,
TbS: Spooner led the team with for our defense" Coach Ray goes so far as to cause the IAAF N.Iw.puke5h Ja.k' Par Max tin mow a'*, tffl Milan !), Brows a standout two- this. Ulu1frcttd; THI WA1REN UrORr k..k em t. .4>.tatwi4, by Ailing
cent Steve Tens! wu he prepared ta to withdraw recognition from *. hifh' Ham ala.i. 1 sri
Graves said
92 per u college athletes, mot American kith thraa. OM.JUNIOH way.end. and Charlie Brown a eut the ce..s*.i anal matlinfl .ft with yeu wajttanc I*

next with 90.Seeking. University wind up heavy of braining Florida for Gatta.toda the. track and field men would be 4AU.11401TIAM, defensive. back. They are not re hard. cow, edition, h king 1M eddna IndimMd.

500 / before they tart Mississippi banned from Including International the com. Ctiria Malaa sS.Ile.anS.. lated."They: were supposed to b* In offered practically at cost b/
petition. Olympics.The .
.
j
on Florida Field Saturday artf UHir Mma inKa "' "
NCAA, of course hoprs to lrai aal Naiaait ratia a III. tlWr rooms1 a1 a,m. Tate
01. Miss, which operates froma '''.11' far a Ml wr l l sly MINboa said' "and 'they came \In at this will not
'BONNEVTLLE SALT FLATS and T achieve recognition from the .... witS. a Ha.ill-u* t.. aaaa newspaper.lt ber'' - .- -
of slot wing
*/I Art Arfons variety USAF or at least a further char Tha ...... Ml wiM ka raila. ):10.* He would not elaborate I
rt'Utaa (AP Green formations\ comes Into the leg of responsibilities with the thle w..0M.. .. .. .. Fred Brown pleaded at contest I ovailobU on newsstands or I1tDmbSunBts
planned today to push Us with a 21 record while Jim ,..11. .". *.* u.tLaiuka
game AAU. .. .. .. la South Miami Municipal:
.
far hi'a a.se am.Laav'a
booster Jet fighter engineon 'tpublished
a Florida \has a cleaa slate with sees. uce.n .wim a1IT.lia.1M Court Tuesday night to a warrut book It Is |1'.0. IOX 2345 Bslaai FWUe
wheels to Spa miles per victories ever Mississippi State far a ell vhila P.IN. In stores being

I hour la quest of a world land and Southern Methodist."We DWGA Winners ..

*-l"1 will.tar aa a Ihn KITTKara bottle charging through l that a truck he threw wind a ladeted Is $......... Mease Istem ... ... tesUs I II

njaj record already owns ,the,' may sot have u many -........ shield. The Judge placed aim oa with rise raop ro- I ef ne Whore Ispr1 ut $U9oatk.ImhrstaaI .. I
nArtocs '
Is to stars and might not be u good Yesterday's game of thedayfor six months probation and with lion.i I* MtifM as see u Ids leek b mlaUa. '
record h* trying top. Ole MUM but I think it members of the DeLand NOW AIM COMMTIONtPIUK. The Anodatd pros
u ara the ..d
1 *Th* goal of his run today Is an Should be.one of the best gamesat Women | Golf Association was held adjudication etc tnoathSt I AJse mem.A... .. espies" ef The Terth b .....1 I I ,.\t',
of from 450 to 480 of the :
It official .peed hour. But under the Florida Field te a long time," low glen and low net" but be- r producers'the efftitnebest! $2 eecktMaks let ckeckt to elk 11.wN1Nrl._ "

sriles per Graves said cause of Inclement weather Tabteit t. .
I.requirements for a .record Ar Ole added Is there" was a small field and Writers Pick 'ttltr The Torch b tossed '" .I" I. .. ,
fens said It Is likely the tat wOljvfcavet MUM. he rapebl winners. only ., !. llowe .................. .......... ............
scoring three to six touchdowns two \
of the 500\
over
part way
7!Jffl, per !lour.A4rfon..38.,1s. oa anybody they play, Clydle Lorhmlller! la low gross ST. LOUTS (AP -Tbe! slot e ,. MeVns ........... .........,.l!.:..."...:......t I.I Ir "It
a garsge owner The Gators will taper oft and Kilty Hall In low net Te Mid.igltJobnes f-Tc PL

'awn' Akron Ohio H* and his Thursday. and rent up Friday. President Peggy Miller has Bar popular pick among sportswrltns CIty '"'"""*" "

l brother, Walt. 42, have bawlNlfdklg' Only 1000 tickets remain for announced that the Member I tile World and broadcaster Series Is a New covering York '. ,' ; t"a _L"ii"iL".li"llI.Li. ..: ...:., | ,\
Guest Tournament scheduled
: Jetpww racer toriCYWalytsn. the game and a sellout crowd of by Beese nesters! "'
{ ,OOO U expected Oct. :20: has bees called oft Yankee victory ta: six: games.


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Editorials .,- ? Feet 10 DEUND fflOHDA) SON HUM WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7,17M

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: ::: .'. .. .. EpilogueWASHINGTON Boylcd
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Criminal l Contracts
Staten
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This Is Dreamsville '
at : \
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a The automobile manufacturers are turning I \ I't.. ; wrong
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Freedom For
Full
out can so beautiful it's almost a shame tog- t. i .' I t ; ) r." AFETY By HAL BOYLE Assure

them travel-stained, and so easy to drive that J j : i ;,; I J ,1/ OF'rn NEW YORK AP) Would .
jt
4" practically the only exertion Is to stay awake' \.y::1. ....} 'I. pgE I 1 life be simpler! for women JI
1 ) ., ; men wore Identifying badges
at the wheeL Hordes Of InmatesMIAMI
Jail
<1' :
: ... ,. ? telling what type they were?
But they can do one more thing for their Apparently many girl think

customers. 10.

J tell where to find \those wonderful ..,'t Recently I raised the question I
They can us t
2 stretches of untraveled highway they use to. ; .r A '' happier if women wore identifying day,' somewhere in the nation, split an estate ot"about 11(1000

chow off their cars on the television commercial: : *'", ', 1'atl +}1.4'. j; a 1' i badge I suggested appropriate an admitted criminal: walks out: that would come to him nora
m "
',. ; ; symbol for the three of 'Jail a tree man-assured that his foster parents.They .
ej Are these show can inching along bumper -<:p'( Sifr..J.'nr'r' R.r main kinds of female: he will never be prosecuted for plotted a fake auto o.

ft to bumper in the solid, unbroken line of traffic .. ./; : : <}: '.J 1. The Independent, man- .his crimes bile accident They would knrk'

:jjj b the average driver encounters "f" ; ; : corning superwoman A few month from now, this the couple senseless put thIn
.";: ,. ., \ ".,.' 2. The dependent Independent will happen to Joel Gebhardt, 20, the family station wag
-J! You can bet your next easy payment they 'Ii'. .. ', \ : ; '; \ gal who tries to take a man' a confessed urderer.! then run It Into a canal betty

le aren't They're zooming around the curve 'on ,{ MtMDry' I :: ';'(r: : Job from him but till expect For Cebhardt a University of Florida dry and Jewtish Cr ?
him chivalrously to tip his hat About 11 on the night \
the lovely mountain road llckety-split-top down, :Florida sophomore, traded testimony p.m.
C! ; '- to her while .he'l doing 1C against his pal, Richard Au,. T. the elder Worthlngtdwenr
U: sun shining, the beautiful girl's beautiful hair . 3. The clinging vine. Worthington, 23, for a promise to sleep. Hi* wife, Angel!

st streaming in the clean, fresh air, everybody hap- inilUl STORM that be would never stand trial) was still awake."I .
Somewhat to my surprise, my himself hid in Richard' room,
] py, and not another car on the road foe 50 miles
suggestion stirred a feminine
up Last Aug. T, Cebhardt told a Obhardt went on "Rlchar
$! in either direction. storm which, I suppose, is grand J Jury, he stood by while called*her la.. I hit her with m

pi You would think with scenery like this, nature what always happens when amen Richard beat his foster mother, fist
man tries to, ease the year-old Angela :Worthlngton, "Richard went into a rage an
lovers and carefree tourists would be jamming
stress between the sexes. to death with a barbell. hit her on the head again an
''I this road by the thousands.Not Women wrote In from all over Four hour later, Gebhardt again. with a barbell. 1

so, This road, it is plain to see, has been th country denouncing me. said he tired a bullet from a .22 When she died they decidedthe
All the ladles flatly rejectedthe caliber rifle Into the head of the wound were too severe ta
: built and is being beautifully maintained, complete Idea of wearing Identity foster father:Charles Worthington support the story
with virgin foliage, mountain brooks,water: badges to pleas men They said u he lay asleep In his bed. dent They went out on the patio
they wouldn't do that for any Then both bodies In the'darkness and talked forfoUl'
they dumped
the exclusive of 6
falls and overlook views for use
,
man be he Adam or the fellowIn into a canal. hours, plotting. their next
the miracle car you should be,driving. the moon. They said no wom- MATERIAL ,WITNESSCebhardt move
an In her right mind would tip About 3 a.m., Gebhardt re.en*
Here's a deal for the auto people: a husky welghtllft-
her mitt that far.
tend the house and shot Worth,
that and er, must remain In Jail u a material .
like
road
Show us the way to .considerable number of ington In his bed.Afterdaybreak.

I,t well buy your car, even without the 12-way ladle suggested I had the shoe Is tried.witness Then only'until he will his be buddy free- they took can.
on the wrong foot. They thought vu tarpaullngs from a shed towrapt
J shift. to walk
: front seat outThe
i It would be a better Idea If men the bodies, went out and
2 Miles and miles of lovely highway without f a wore Identifying badges so a that evidence grand Jury had Gebhardt decided bought clothesline'' to tie them'
against
q another car on the highway. Wow! Man, that's poor girl would know what to and Worthington was too thin and dug up concrete slaps from

road to Dreamsville! expect. to convict or Indict when word the garden to weight them
the.
.1 None suggested a badge for Not until the following night
came from Gebhardt that he
*, married men. Apparently a wanted did they drive south' to dispose
deal.
to
married man can be told at a of the bodies in the canal
They
"
anted : ,j. glance.by the ring on his finger "We took him np on it, said felt the
sure weights would hold
3 : A ;BIG Big! -. -. the ring through his nose, State"By doing Any this Richard we assured Gersteln.the them down !
I !' ,... or the mortgaged expression conviction of rather than
<< one
"" Someone is going to have to Invent a big- MERRY-GO-ROUND leis What face.kind of badge should take a chance that both wouldgo But, .in Florida' hot summers

ber and better word for "big." free. bodies quickly decompose. This
single men wear? Well here area '
"We chose Gehbardt because produced nitrogen; which Inflated
: The teeniest tube of toothpaste or box of '. few of the symbols the ladles Worthington, It released would the canvas shrouds and float.ed
J A't suggested for what to be
cereal or soap flakes on the market today is Behind-The-Scenes Story familiar male types to seem them: have Inherited the estate of his the bodies to the surface.
murdered parents. And Geb They were. found fishermen
manufacturer the ; .
designated by the as "large" PAIR OF FLIERS hardt made the offer Worthing. Aug, 10. *
.. ,
A pair of pliers-"This Is for
size. Eight later
ton dldn t" days Richard wa*
Then comes a modest package proudly'labeled the middle-aged office romeo In a 1939 decision, the :Florida charged with murder. Police
sc Seen In whose main goal In life seems to
said he had been
: Involved
Court la
CusJqdy Supreme the
tr as "giant. After that 'la! ; 'thrift "econo?" Hearings! be to try to pinch a girt\ in unexpected value of granting recognized Immunity to earlier act of violence against

I s,4 my" size and finally, for the really bIg spender*, tiling cabinets,place*-like .behind the criminals In exchange for testimony hi* foster parents and the; case

I would convict "hat a long background of hatred"
oil the awesome "family" size. A dog licking die chops-"The that their ,
drive-in set !is innocent By DREW 1'E.U80NWASHINGTON ; period 10 be could have the guy I'm going with is nothing confederates In crime.
Among the only a square children back toward the end of "While such a course: offers a At a' preliminary heating Detective
but
The a chowhound All he want
fei of the fact that a plain, ordinary hamburger press the premium to treachery and sometime Arthur E; Leonard testis .
was barred from the hearingson summer me to do Is to take him home fled that
n4 Is strictly for the birds or for very young the custody of Mr*. Nelson At a parents' day gathering at and feed him for tree. When I escape* permits" the the court more said guilty, "It to broke'down under Worthington questioning twice

,u, children just off Pablum. Rockefeller' children. However, Mis Chapln's school, he had say on payday 'How about you tends to prevent and break up "He rolled off his chair and
there Is met Miss Victoria Thompson, taking me out?" He 'Hon '
a fascinating at times says lay .
combinations crying on the floor Leonard
The "jumbo" hamburger Is a bit mort I'd love to-but I It all by making criminals
pathetic story In what happened teacher of his two older daughter f ey owe of said. "He cried, 'I'm
suspicious each other.Gt'ILn"s sorry,
sizable The "super-dooped" hunk :of heaven b behind the scene*. *. Later when his daughter to my bookie' PUNISHMENT Ann I'm sorry, Charles Please;

a something to behold, yielding In, volume and Part of It I LI the courage of .n Wendy Margaretta was cele.bratlns A picture of Whistler1 mother "It often leads to the punishment God, forgive me.' Later, he
-"My boy friend don't want
Italian *American Judged Who : her eleventh birthday, a clawed at the wall and
.: weight only to the colossal "king" size the. ruled against the'man who put Dr. Murphy Invited Weny'I'teach.r wife-he want another mother. of a guilty person who the cries Leonard said repeated '
"i granddaddy of them all. '. him And Miss Thompson, He ha to be babied so much would otherwise escape. And '
on the bench the 'tnOlt -+-Therefore ha* been unl- when they took him to) toe
n Somewhere along the line the word "big" powerful political figure. In the age 25, captivated both the RUBY CONFUSED Jack that some I'm romper thinking for of Christmas.sewing him" formally held that a state may canal where' the bodies were

tai has been downgraded to something relatively( state Star* Supreme. Court children and their father. She Ruby believe the world still A heel-"Show me a bachelor contract with a criminal for his found, the detective Said "he
Justice Joseph' and Dr Murphy were married suddenly began to' shake
,Gagllardl Informed .. and
exemption from It
prosecution
tic think be helped kill 1'rMI.t that Isn't a heel, and you'll haveto
miserable
runty and both side at the start of last spring. .,. John F. Kennedy de- show me one I've never he shall honestly and fairly walked Into the water He wasP

.' ,Bfl Please, somebody, give us a really BIG word tho trial' that :h* had been appointed When the summer vacation ,spite UM Warren Commission' met. make a full disclosure of his ta his "armpits before. we

tot for "big." Something outerspace size.tYl by Rockefeller and was over, the three older children report, his chief lawyer CIatan ,. One girl after considering the' crime, whether the criminal testified caught him
Albert
tin would be glad to step aside. Wendy, James 13, and Fowler, said Tuesday Idea of men wearing badges, against Is convicted or for Schrader Jr., attorney
,:e But both aide expressed confidence Carol I, were returned to theIr' Ftwler told Ruby In the county finally dismissed It u unneces not," News Worthington told the Miami
r In his fairness father. But the youngest child jail at Dallas. that the commission vary Mostly immunity II I granted police he thought It wa "lousy

t* Before he handed down hi* Mejlnds, age 6, was. kept at found be had .* part "All men are bum, and every In bribery larceny, perjury, In work to grant Immunity
ABBY> . final decree awarding the children Tarrytown by her mother, And In awuMslnatloa and wa girt in her right mind find It gambling and liquor cae*. State two a murder case after less than

slfW'' to. their father, .Dr.; James when Dr. Murphy wont with. hU 'f .ot Involved In any way with out sooner or later:' she wrote. law mention no Immunity for Schrader month said of he work. Later,.

,nat S. Murphy, Jute Gagllardl! had other children to ring her Lee Harvey Oswald, the ao "So what good would badge murder. But "promise can be as an Was not talkIng
\II the children visit him twice In home, a (tst* trooper started' cUlled assassin whom Ruby be? A bum 1* a bum." made and Gebhardt got his didate' for attorney the but u a can

r"e1fO' Quit Nagging his home and retained his own up between them when h* .started .shot Nov. M. "It appear On this- profound note, let 111 promise. defender. office of publlft'

psychlstrlst, Dr. Frank Curran. to pick her up.\ I '...there'lia* been a further deterioration drop the whole project. Perhaps the most celebrated
The 'Judge suspended hearings The most Important aspect of *f his. Condition" case la Florida was that of Booby -

Non-Dancer so Dr. Curran could Interview the custody case turned on the the lawyer said Fowler aM Lincoln, a Negro numbers LEGAL NOTICa

,, Mr. Rockefeller, Gov. Rockefeller return of ,4.'ear.old Mellnda ta be felt Ruby "tack the me*. racketeer who turned state's evidence NoTICe TO
'and became Immune In CfttDITORS
t .
dbLk and the her father. Mrs. Rockefeller's tal capacity" to understand RFK SAYS the 1955 IN Ties COUNTY JUDOE:
murder of Circuit
AuaAa youngest child4yearold attorney Gen. Edward Green- UM report's significance. CCOOUNTYwrLotiwN-VOLUII"-
Judge and Mrs C. E.
Chilling.
jail 11uaxn IN FRO-
,'.IlfO' baum, bad the child 'examrned BIRTH RATE'PERSONAL' worth at Palm Beach.Lincoln' RATI!:

DEAR ABBY: My husband Is a very "clean" person Mellnda, whom by "a psychiatrist! Dr., HedrtgKoenlf. testimony sent lawyer ABA IN R>SAMFIJD ESTATH QUICKKAH.Or

so maybe I shouldn't complain, but every Urn lie comes ,Mra.Rockefel.\ ,r' who reported that Joseph Pert' to prison for To all creditor. and all personS
In from the yard he washes hi- hand* In the kitchen ler had rttsln- Melinda was happy and content InHistory life u the mastermind
sink and dries them on my dish towel! I have com ed In violation ed with her .mother and needed Today killings and :Floyd Holzapfel to Tnu, and .Mid..... ot*tati roe. .. Ionot
plalned In vain so many time that have Just stopped' ot the Idaho de-* J here NEW; YORK AP) A death row at Ralford penitentiary. Soillied' and 'Y.qul..d is, ,...nt
.j!' mentioning it. After he's dried his hand on the dishtowel tree: A. court.appointed psychiatrist student at Columbia Unl. any W claim or lthr and of demuds you. mat wit"hate..
I throw It In the laundry and put out a fresh on*. This and an Dr. Curran reported that the .vanity asked :Robert F. PEEL CASE r:ali t the >*tat* gara danpl.I

a t Last night he pulled a stunt that beat everything. Our unpleasant In. 4 year old had undergone a Kennedy what h* plans to Lincoln will not be prosecuted, County Qulckjall Florida d....,....... (the at.HOB.of Volu.J. *,.

little dog came to the back door with muddy feet, so eldest la which change, wa. subdued, unresponsive r do about the population although he 11.1 p e d Holzapfel a. Bylniton. Count Judge of v.>-
..,. 'my husband picked her up, stood her In the kitchen sink IN. W York P&AIUON and unhappy without her By The Aamlatod FTM. explosion U he Is elected to throw the ChlUlngworths into the lu"a County County Courthau at .hlt..In o'r.o.IXLmtf. In V.the..
aWl and washed her feet oil! What do you do with a guy state trooper brother and two ,older sisters TodaY Is Wednesday. Oct. T, th* .US. Senate. sea on orders from Peel. lu.1.l County .'10.10... within, ale!
'. ell, like that .- ; stepped ,la .to block pj Murphy Dr. Cunran also found that there the 281! at day of 1964. There Kennedy replied that lit This 1* the story Cebhardt told month publication from Jo_the,.oat All. .claim f' th. Ant and
reo 'Mo.ed from taking Mellnda home, undoubtedly was nothing wrong with the are 85 day left In the year. did not know if be wa th* of the Worthington killing: demands not praantil within $h*
Influenced the judge other children, that they were Today's highlight in history right person to answer the Richard approached him in Jim karala* and In Ihs manner nnxrltol:
,
*hall 1nrr.dai *
a* proadeDaeed'5
l' DEAB M. O.II"I".blml! He sound Ilk. a "beery. The divorce and custody argument living healthy? nnrtial!. lives On this date in 1918. the U.S. question. July with a proposition: 'TH kill by lav .

,hd What's a few more disk towel In the wart and the small have left scan Inside the It was when Mrs Rockefeller 307th Regiment\ rescued". the Jill wife, expecting their them Help me dispose ot the *p, 11. A.H Ml
lot task el washing the sink-when It's done In lilt taterwlI .. Rockefeller family and In the refuted to return Mellnda that famed 'Lost Battalion which ninth child Joined the bodies and m give you 1000. VV1IXIAM fcitrator W at, QOh'f..AtTIAs th* rayt Will
the Germans
tl d keeping! the peace? Rockefeller Institute where Dr. Dr. Murphy went Into court to had been encircled by laughter. Cebhardt held out for mono and TataMnt at Kara sample
T m the Charlevaux Valley The offer was Qulckaall IXotawt 1
to
tipped
Murphy works. David Rockefeller demand her return Simultaneously Kennedy, Democratic $5,000. B1J.IHOM4t'
trgan DEAR ABBY What Is your opinion of a mother'who< head cd) the OUt Man Mrs. Rockefeller went of France for five day*. Of the candidate for tile Senate

would Invite the neighborhood children to a birthday party hattan Bank and younger bro info court to demand custody! 151'men In the battalion all but tbea. answered the que. Atews"ie paler: !l'unl.AcaOll .\ .
'fast for her little boy, puce a big beautiful birthday cake lathe ther ot the governor has sided an four children. 19- had been killed or wounded ttoo seriously H* said Usa .1 Wild flower r

tot, center of the table, and then serve eight wide-oyoa with Dr Murphy. Other members ITI AND FRA.'iOOMembers by the German American or by misdirected artil personal matter In the

;sopl! drooling children cupcakes When one of the children of the family have found of the diplomatic fir ol : United State, but critical 5MylldulCrest "
but, asked why they didn't get any ot the birthday cake, the lery.On and of olutton 1
+* the divorce so embsrrassslng corps are Interested la the fact this date: demanding a IahoNlaa- lemu.ltraek
ttr mother said, ""We art saving It for a family birthday that the governor wa asked aot that of all the embassies In *.fln 1777. the Battle of Beml la certain other countries. e--.s 11Cbemidledfm t

post party tonight. HEARD ABOUT' IT'col to as. the playhouse! ; built by Washington the United Press Height was fought resulting rs rralelllal-u.lw..w: it ref tensed= .n.aim
far John D. Rockefeller! Sr.. at the International editor picked the tin the surrender ot British Gen. neNra prig /
llia't top of the family estate at Spanish Embauy for a reception ,John Burgoyne' army at Sara 14= Sol MYe E
DEAR JlE.UDII'OCII' womaa! She have
: smwe Pocantlco Hills. during their NY. 10 day later .. :: ,-" daea
Washington toga
lOAL NOTICI
!iihd enough to know that the birthday cat* ee.M net hove ld ': .r7Ar15pG.wlen
The Rockefeller Institute ha conclave. In :1S49. and short story
t.: ferns nearly aa m ch by be those poet I'is..dk, Mruhs'ttd,1. .
enjoyed fMnHy'
aa 7 Novice OP INTENTION TO
,' a gi Children. lined up almost solidly behind nil Is the Embassy+ > d a author Edgar Allen Foe died la ftiaitTin FICTITIOUS NAMIla .. H t,5naat .
neN Dr; Murphy, and 13 ol Its topscientists fascist governnwn, allegedly Baltimore .1IftO'IIa. with **rtk>a MS ... s aIs isg Cie Pnsuag 17 JrItIaII M Ell away
aid doctor were against' comm.unUm' which, Insists In 1898. Havana "was occupied' Florida StaUM, INS U. .n<1 r.nirnd .... II w.5wnr..... -III" 45 p,4 .
S DEAR ABBY We are Identical twin and w4 cad: L U.s. win n I.(* will 55 asPPsa .1.sat MrDsspassarioes fa..)' .. .Iba.. .. t...p

sympathize with the twins who wrote to' sty Law much Murphy's ready to character testify rcgafdlng and his Dr.devotion *on with maintaining the one commvnist close relation 'by In IMS.troop Geta. Georg' S. Pat. N Cavity the. Clrevlt Florida court aann' .nolM. Vo1M of: I I :==r: ,,g5. F507 :=. tneIII
1- they disliked being; called "Twin" or Twinny.MAlto. surrendered his 3rd Armycommand suet *f avbUcatloa ml tkla .tIN" N nur,lease q C.seode 49 tas.aid
: : 1 a* a f.thn.MAIUUES nation la the Western Bernie.phere.ChbL .ton Ik. ... .... t.t5gscp .,
.
: JIC we agree, It Is tiresome to have people look right at two to Lt Gen. LudaaTruscott foUvwIa fleUtlma a..o :: --Arian bareel' mu.t
A I: Ilk two la dressed TEACHER / will .......
t1taJ people peas a pod, exactly ,
'!'p1&11 alike, and dun ask. Are you twins?" My slater and I One aspect of tile case, not Despite State Department protests la 1951. Prince Elizabeth. -Rmm which worn w. ATawruNTr"rnd.r are ....... la :: Ii. ''II I'

( ;;'ldoa thought up a food answer.' When someone ask. "Areyou generally know, la that It wa Spain operate a shippingUse sow Queen Elizabeth flew Ik. miatnKtto) *ad IcaalM% ...et...aaarumatNaM _." *oraOoa ..... II II I

'. oa t twins?" we reply, "No we art triplet, but only two- Dr. Murphy who precipitated to Cuba plus a direct air from England for a visit to M ; door thirds of ns are here. Rockefeller divorce' and remarriage route and 1* also giving credits Canada and the United States.Tea Part***.la-- Vhula Coaaty.. -(51.) I I

z, apes TWINS W rpRESTVULE.! N. Y. to Mrs. Murphy. Dr. Murphy to Castro something no otberCOWIb'Y years ago-Two dAys of .nnrlaa* ..* tk* kvalaaaa ahr _the aav.rtfB4 !.. umt. pigp ""I .is "
I. ***! e. Ut It b* known that h* was has done except Russia .> tiM t.< ark .mt .. wmiui a o 10 ......'
demonstration against ;public
..... < Ie TBCOK. DEAR ABBYi I an the mother of twins: and I wish! tired ol spending lilt weekend and China finally Spain U school Integration ended la .&Dat4 *l Da**** Baach. rtorlta. p l=- '
r. ,, I had a dollar for very 'time a stranger: asked m*. alone .H. demanded either the supplying Castro with a tew Washington and Baltimore.; this 1M see W OctoWrA-IX mt. 11Pkr ..
"Are they twins" I finally bored .resumption el a .happy married fishing fleet / IAJIIB xcr'f'K'K"Jel
: I got so with that stupid Jive year ago-Premier' Abdul II JI '" I-
mil question that I rrpUd "No. Yew sea,I have two hobaodi. > life, or a dlvvc. U .* moved MMSwhU. almost every Latin Kuim KtMcn of Iraq wan alai.Yui: A. O Jlp t 1.'. .iI"AIIIO : : -' : I ..

yen ." .* far a divorce himself It wa Americas country has broken wounded by assassin. who find O. .weLle : =..._r 'I I fU" "
vmcINt\ obvious that the governor would' err relatloa with" Cuba. at the on his car la Badada4. Be surVtTVd. T.ueTI0" ri-
.. e be earned a* corr**pondenU behest ot tilt State Department VOIUIA COUNTY 4, {**rlOatMar ,==. .j t _
.
i DEAR ABBY Do you I think a girl who has made nil showdown cam' only and the Organisation of Anted One year >ago Bobby Baker _T%. .....* et n rrtw.el Mtr.'I' ; U..

Just one mistake la leer lift should be married la whit? after several' attempt at reconefflatioa. : ,can Stales resigned as secretary: to. the ."..............c.. .w N'u t tYai t. n=::- .. .. ""
!, THE CStLDCAK Nevertheless ttPI editor Staate majority following ALl Idewf1.1 u a.._ tie" 5on5 s.4th III.
\ When lire. Murphy melted Close the Spanish Embassy a* charges: 01 sung Improper ,ta- CL4M ,.a .* aaa tat .. .*. ... 4= [14 -

;R. .: GIRLS X*: >>-:'. make.tw,> her Idahd decree, she was gtrtn best for tilt one diplomatic r*. Coence.Owrke. for A-Dw JIH.-1* M AM.aawMUailoaa a o..w a r ,a I.* 1:=1Iw)
custody el the children only ,ceptloa who !the editors ,meet I w UM aflVe. *f Ia. -S
i ,..., -
4, : Problem Writ to ABBY Box 69700, Lot Angeles, during th. summer vacation, In Washington. P. dark, oat of the S. *rlat** tal. r.Ua4tan = "" ,

.1" Cafit, toon. Tor a personal: reply;eadost a stamped. and ,Dr. Murphy arranged to NOTE The. Spanish Embassy smarted political lobbyist te 4pm5l' K. .1IILRT t oa.... bMe.Ntysahra .
( self addressed envelop take all honeymoon during that pays 173,000 a yes to Washington a.w a.s.rulw..i ... ..... ... .

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Pag* 11 BEUIW SUN N IW1 trE'3F+ .;,:, 'E\1LU. Jrt OSCAR MAYttRKL '
WtDKBDAT.OCT.7.imLaw ... .
.. Dr'nswelge. : .
SAVE q) :: 291" I

Lessens. .I"1ti! 37, OSCAR MAYER SANDWICH' .: c 'I I ..
I I'n
il 8-oz. / : ..
; Spread 29It ..
Pk;. ;
1
Tippling By { SUNNYLAND HUSH FORK .. 4Y .

,
Sausage. 39*

,.. li'n' ILLSIURY/ OR IAUAAOBiscuits ,. "

Teen-Agers :: 439ilEGULAR t '
: .
.!'J :UDELPHIA (AP) -f The :. i,, r
b ijalnst teenage drlnkti S j; .. slrt! mUD t DCVEINED ,i \1
1* koljif well IB Pennsylvanl, .
$179ivMJ. I
th F- to a 1963 Uw tad alert .
fee and tavern ,:p: E: i.kiiii i.-. Shrimp PKG. I :,
ton ,
open : :::::a : mriaa.l
boy or girl under 21 may
I I be able'to drink a beer at a t'
frty or use faint identificattc % '' '
get a highball at a bar, but W-D BRAND CHUCK DELANORoast" 4 %11L,; i
reuse of the new law he rlakl :
Itnp to jail or a ititf fine Sere :
the worst punishment'
idol< be a light penalty for 48'
ordeorlycmdud.. ,;
'"I think this law could stamp
"lut'our'problem with tninorf 1 III >V-D BRAND ROUND BONE SHOULDERRoast ,
"M >el11,"'sayi Bill T Plut1. BAKING HENSGrade
o. Lancaster tavern' operate) I
liJi i comment It typical of moet 58'
a I of! those who tare young peoplacross "
/ a bar and have to decide
I
IwHether'he or she really. li of .. .
[age tN.D BRAND BEEF SHORT "A" Quick' Fraxtn..4-,
HYALITES: TOLD
The new law stipulate that Sprinkle cavity ,with
minors-those under 21 who salt, rub with
'attempt to purchase, consumepossess Ribs. LB. 38"Ib.evo.' (ot..Place rock', I
or transport alcohol 29
liquor or malt.brewed bever open roosting pan" '' Lb. I
ageiv. are subject to-fines t*- Roost In moderate oven" ((375) i
100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON *26 .
.BELOW GROUND
feen$25 and$100 or 30 days'to 30 minutes per. pound... Dili- a
Jail. 'both. "
or
This the clous and only 350 color' i
puts punishment LQ.
I
directly'on'the Juvenile Before BeefS S195 per serving.CHICKEN.
the
new law tavern-owner
"
were dealt the wont punish PKG. :
meat Some innocently served ,
u o d e rage patrons who 'i \
produced fake or forged Identlfl.

cation'We cards.,ask for cards," salt '
Kenneth D. Kochel of Lancaster GizzardsLb 29.\
sometimes several of them LsS' QUANTITY t RISHTS RESERVED .
and w* also try to Judge the RICES GOOD THRU I
age*. But some of these kids arreally < OCTOBER IOTHWWN
; _
tough to Judge Girls tins mum, wa : eeenueur saw t
particularly, art' apt to, fool '
." .1
Ypu.
Kochel was bed $130 la 13C ,
for selling beer'to,a minor.,It
almost made,him,quit the taproom F 7
business, because of the l

risk.FCm'AT'rt11wr'A': : YEWdW,
THRIFTY MAID
FANCY RED
Today, bet h1h.1n prals of ,
the newlaw.which be says baa I ,
"cut ,down,the number f.'m1. TOKAY ICE "SOLIDS
nors .coming In here, trying! .to .


law buy Rtoeer Detective has alcoholic.of made'Lancuter'laid Capt.beverage It easier David"far officers ,the M.. '. i t GRAPES [ MILK OLEO .

,
to deal with underagedrinkers. ,


acres Many Infractions. of'our men''while BOW'carry come 49'HALF 39 .1O.1 Ii of.

log out routine duties.,When this \4 us ; ; u.
happens'we have the authority GAL ,7"; ,
to 'make' an arrest 'with the I
knowledge that a prosecution'UJustified. I II
." h*. says' VJIXUD Au FLAVORS I
"It'* the best, law ever
passed", says Richard Hagerty. **
Warren County deputy jihertH.He .
asserts,the,statute not only REGULAR '871 FOLGER MOUNTAIN GROWN /AtJCY JONATHAN REGULAR ',2/231 STANDROTomatoes

deter, but youthful it is equally liquor effective,purchaser la Apples 5a49;

unveiling'their suppUrs. 30310
:The reason II 1 that minor whit Coffee 59 SWIRa JUICY IAULITT I
F
1 ll. CAN
are unwilling disclose john .
Pears 10FO.,69
nation about where they obtained ,
liquor or beer are threatened REGULAR 23<,EACH LIIBY PlNWPLI-GAA'EFRUIT
with stiffer sentence This WASHINGTON STATE RIO OlICIOUS
generally:!loosens,their tongue, .'
REGULAR* ASTOR VACUUM. PACKED
21139
says Hagerty. Apples ; D' 632-01. $1 '
rln. 1.\
tJtLfn'
u., .
Coffee 49 5 ...391 I
'I-U. CAN tONIONS
.
From Our REGULAR 39 EACH LIIBY. CORNED ,-t,
I
MORTON 'ROtEN ALL I1AVORS\ MIAT :

Early Files GALVANIZED Dinner 2'' 791 Beef f Hash 3 CANS 16 os. 1 .:; ;

ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGIJuic

35 Tear\ Ago' 20'GALLON Can Jl"I 299x' : REGULAR 211 DEL MONTE

: ? "
.
,
h.n Me PI'". M Os. t/1/ IDAHO VALLEY FROZEN ritENCH MY ff* 11,
D.La n' Dally N.wSntuIcANr GARBAGE 14-0_,
Taters 39x t 15 .
: BC1LETINDateline : a sup BOT.
.
southeastward Miami on the-;wings Drive of REGULAR.59* BLUE OR WHTE ARROW: ,AN-REOI PtADED l'ROZLt4 -1

a. 5O-mile.perhour wind the 4/49 CHEK CAN SOFT )

West biDed Indian at lust hurricane 20 In which the Shrimp.,2&l17f J
persons
Arrow39 I
MOItT N'.oUHHOM.I IAKEO IREA6
Bahamas the
was pounding Drelnks 1512-01.$1'1
coastal regions of Florida this Lees
after coos. Dough 3 59,: ,

,A' severe wind tore' dew
wire south of Miami during REGULAR 271 FACIAL'TISSUI '
the morning and threatened' to
Isolate the city except for radio EXTRA EXTRA 4 EXTRAi :

communications. I TOPVALUISTAMPS I TOO VALU! nAMMt I TOP 1 ALUE.,, STAMPS. Kleenex 2 tt.49'PEGIAAR '
'The'hurrlcane stem to be w.ro..rwar. w .r.r+ 'KGS.
,. .... --r--
Beaded At'GnU directly rCARFVl.Dateline for Key West. fNl0'/U a a Ml.O.. ''.._ ?.....,*t elM weerIMe.

Augusta, Ca. -'AI Perch.. _Os89 r _Piiza,__PU.... I _t C.nd1y .. wtar 37i ALL.PURPOSE OILWesson 1
chill of terror swept everAugusta
I \ late this morningwhen N-.scoff '21 ..--- '14 a.wwn,... '!1EXYIRAr
tile Bin.mil* levee holdIng L '
back the flood waters at 29; ;
the -Savanaia River crumbled < EXTRA I EXTRA: ROTS.nrrrr. .

CIa the edit of town A 300- TOP VALU:....! STAMPS. TOP.'!.AL.!!!.STAMPS. TO, r.
,foot break opened about tour.
,mile from here.GROWLR1. T*..asr..na/r... ..,. RIGULAX 3*. ALL'PURPOSCAstor I Ir.
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elected u ..
West Volustans Mal IM -Me O.a.se IM w r. eo..t sees
director ef the Florida Plumosus Oil25 I
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ndatioa. which met her yesterday -
Include H. W Mireref I XTRAb EXT Ai ; EXTRA ;

Leoa Land Springs A. E.I. Lewis 1 E.Meyer of D ef*> TOP wr.w.rr.VALW (TAMPS. I I TOP wr.r.rrw.VAUJf STAMPS I TOUt,.rrr STAMPS REGULAR'231' DIXIE DAiUJNGRye

Seville, Carl E. Hamilton dfPlersoa. __._ _IoU". s*+i *M
D. R. FUher of Pier- Icf 2 1 sl Jroand if FCr; :;:e>e />'< Bread-19-

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commemorate the 100th anniversary
.1 rt of its Socialist
workers movement. Austria
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tamp Design show a pyrataid -
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family group S. astronaut who Is Ant to
DOING: IT THE RIVER WAY-Eleven miles of railroad cart would be needed to carryall against "a place In the sun" step out of his spacecraft into the astral void his only eo... 't ,
I this wheat 57908 toni on 40 barges-being pushed down the Mi.slsslpplliver, The goal of the workers' move tact with life rt system It co...
I cargo: represents the output of 72,000 seres of wheat and if the largest shipped in this ment. data of a unique connecting'umbWaR'* cord which acts asa
manner since 1909, before bridges restricted the size of the tows. tether line and carries oxygen for breathing pressuriu
CANNY CANINES-Pete, a seven-week-old cocker spaniel
lion and
ventilation along with electrical cords for. com
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rr ,"" munication. Artist conception shows system In action at the Collinwood Kennels, Tonbridge, England, seems per
\,. ,. aboard.1 tw'o-man GerninJ. System wu developed by CarrettAlReseirclt turned at the plight of Ins pal, Paul, who managed to get
of Los Aagelet' lunuelf stuck in toe watering can.

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SKYSCRAPER FOR THE WEST GERMAN PARLIAMENT-Although the Bonn based government of West Germany still I.j' t.:': Tr
plans to make Berlin the capital of a reunified Germany, it will build a 25-story office building for the parliament in ,
Bonn. In the left photo, Bonn present parliament buildings are pictured From left to right are the upper house, the ........ .fria. .;"
f administration building and the office building for lower house members The proposed parliament office building is -
XZEPS HEX HAND
shown in the right photo, with existing buildings clustered around it When the government moves to Berlin, the buildings : IN-Thl.
play be used,to house a university.t JM beauty personified. This is
ia Tens lOCiet1matron. This
1 Offer Service is a doer of charitable deeds
They "Red-Carpet jand a dabbler in politics.
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: \<-. ling grounds te make her one.la.JtaI' .

) { t"' '1'" The Pleasure.Aim This Seekers.time" its BEHEMOTH.Of THE FIELDS-Harvestlng sugar cane along the southern shores ot

I; qya t ." 1I ... ,. 'fj; nortdaa Lake Okeechobee is easy, with the aid of these hulking wagona. ,
equipped with tat caVbTun
'" low-pressure tires> each carry 4, pounds cane Ind ;
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the new specs have ,
runes fitted with hlngei. a ;t. d'itt+
J Three newly radiated girls fren the genet airline heeteM ached at Yartevo Airport .t1 !
.: : siren fcy Bawdaai alrlUers, CM of which they will eee* ern.A .

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ia a fugitive from the VISIT TO A RUSSIAN FAKM-ltaynon Trewer Scobcy. Moot, :warn from the oper
Broadway stags, has been on ator i seat of a Soviet combine ea a state lara Krasnodar, Rum. Ttewer. a Fats
V the Hollywood,"reiervsUoa' farmer 1. MonUM *Bd S****'****", iI visiting UM Soviet Union u a member of aI'
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Ktoryland a part of the San a Western Idea. It la of using heeteasee oa airliM fUfhta. narUMntere. some of
Frandaco Zoo for young the prtttieat Russia lasses an flecking U this new prefeacio .,Th prospective hostess
ten who paw through this' trains at a special training center kt Vnnkevo' Airport\ KM learns about tk. ttneraleitmtkn '
unusual big-mouthed gate to of the airline aa Win aa specific Jobe. such a* serving ane la tad how te cep _
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11 DELANO (FIOUOA) SUN NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7. If44 "
CLASSIFIEDRates NoriawtitVoluiIa> S Pwis.s.. 20 1010.1 ulmirtsn

and Astor
VI/IT.py KET Leatla melts DON CRItlC. Sarrlaa lIet.M
I, Dullness Neighbor N BLVD. Sun Q aUty Jnrtlry dae '11. Fr* tlmaUB 'Hum**
t Information .me* at ti.* lams R_.. sow araUabl Pboa 74411OOLOM .
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CONNELL & COX .US tiTlMArqOtOIGI: : .
( HONE 734.3661 PIERSON : PB. n4-S4M
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and raMon ..d* drapM.DOLOCR .
I AAgaC Hardware : "* 201 AIr CuL A Iluthq. '
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to gunq'ay. pr alIeotl. ..,,..."* Supplies 111 1. Chvrck Phea..Tldd111
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,. I .* 11_. pr Un* <" SHERWTV.WILLIAMS PAINTS BRANCHIat judo *Wyl.r. .Dula.l.lwtr YORK "
.I CofiMcvttT tin* pr lla* IN And SUPPLIES ARC: THE Its?. an All MakerTEDFORD : ,

f"M .. f eaniMutlT tI....*. ... Un. 17. PIERBOV SLPPLT CO JEWELRY CO1fb1ION1A6 '

.c Minimum/ Chart* I Lin** tll' X New lock An., DaLand3A. : AIR- tQPT.AOTAORIZED .
(I **eraai word* to a pays '
i ./ Jo'rl.nonpar chare*' I0If Announcements Gift Sh.rsMcVICARI DIALER. .
( ar* M b* ..{. 1INPMBER '
Wm. A. Mullen .,

KIND OP HUNSRK. OF INSERTIONSLin J Peneek. PLtTMBacr HEATJM> .
A SNACK MIGHT BE A GOOD nirt Carda Book AND AIR. VDflO* lNa
Rlct Chrlatma card now .Hot .
IDEA RIGHT ABOUT Now Sun Wk. Day I 4 T MARY KARL STUDINT" nutria rid. 114 J\. Blvd. Phone 7144171SK. PHOKt '
.j 1 I 1.211 JA 171 ItS Ill frnm Daytona to DLaad about ELECTRIC' HEAT, GUILT:
4 l ,W$ ijl 441 474 11:1A am. (Iv* morolnia. Jack "" CLEAN, TROUBLE_ frjR Ali
4 /,1. IN 424 414 ''''". 134.1040. f.4 1 CtthIItLOG '(0.
4 and I] .month contract rat.. l.rLl\f.L:"i.I AV&. .11.
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fj AN NERES A COVI WNERB WI NY SOUL AH NEAR WM W I cAN GIT UA MR, Md 9 PLATISI AND IODYI TH RlVEKi OKVXt MIL Off SHED OT'frUIFOW SIT Mt TH'OTHiR ( 6UR6 IT! ftUMS'iip. ..rtI?.. FOR A GOOD HAMBURGERTHE DEDICATEDTO PLEASURE lontr. rat IB. t* lrt.te. EwA
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.t, OR THAT LOOK. 12 pt. Couata .. I Ua*> Lowman's Restaurant FLORIDA ROMB GAl COMPANY

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pt. CwiU u 4 UB** TOP AI. ITS KARTER W ROOT BEER!: aM S. HI.VDONB Call HEATtNOT
GREEN'S!:
FUEL for iraa
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HARDWARE TO,
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ANNOUNCEMENT* Friday Nt...*. Pam* ; ,
.IW k1. UtNeartiti I Leit and Found NOTICES IJI.0714. .
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IA 4 11..1..... tinttetm4A NOTICE TO CHIDITOM '
Haiaaln ubrrlpHon' IN nil! COtTNTT JLTX1EII
1 Travel Iranaporiauot: ) COURT. IN AND FOR VOLLSIAr : POOLS LEADS ArtATVt AIR CONDITIONING
pre U Air Travel ."l NTT. FLORIDA. IN PROBATE CHLOftlNf U Food and Cocktail t ni'MTV BOTTLE at educed nrlceaCall SHEET ,METAL :WORKID
Where to Din HF': EHTATF OF Decaa.e/ for lmmdita (re* delivery S. Plerld phM TI4nl
/A Douthnut llhnna HELEN :M.-<"OWEN. Fhon 13..02.. .
T* all rredltora and all paraona .
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New Uanifement fA 6n I
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BDATNEIB: SERVICESRaauty : Tnu and tacit ef-yon, are hereby .
I Parlor 441141.1.04 nculr44 to pr..nt any .-. 'End Roofing Watries
S SBtAJCB I (wlmmtnc Pool" el.'m.' and d..m.nd. which you.'er 2'GALLONS'IlLyn WITH
SS /A 0.. and A...._**; 011 h., of >n.i, Than have atnlnat th* SHELL OIL' rot OuarantMd Fye. Rubbr td Root
r dF1 ll' ? 'B Income Tai 4.",,10. mate *f HELEN MrCOWEX d.. '7014 MITCHTLL: ttr"Ual'm..
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""m. Bearing 1"11.1.! Florida, to tha Hnn John 8. flv.Infton $169POOL TU0421UA
1 Rtq I.I Rettery Refalr.......e. County Judg of Vnluala
1 .t II Laundry Dr. Cl.."..* County. at hi* office In the County AZ.'ADAMS IBELL, STATION RMT Ctnrbf A Curndt Tt
,II flrorerlaa Market Court nu.. In DeLandoluala, 1111 I. ILVD. Fh""..714.1111
II thus Coametlra County Florida. within. als month
14 A >untln" W &" -'., from the date of th* tint ouhllra- OWNERS FLOOR SHOW
Tali .oemiell tin" hereof All claim and demanda
TlPErSHOP Annliane Renalrlnj not or..n..... within the tlm and DAILY
:14 Pa ntlnr Paper Bantu In the manner preecrllwd" herein FOIII CHEWCAL FILTER POW. ARMSTRONG
\ 17 I DreBamakl Alteration ahill h* barred a. provided by law DER, TEST KITS. REAGENTS. : WCXTtta _
l. Voyinif Itorar. Dated /tBRUrtl14., CLARK ACID C&ll CULUGAIi T3f-'"''. AMERICAN CLEAN
,. I II Bib Stttara T rhne Car* ,. : BOHREN TILE CO.
lj[ Bulldln rnntraMor" 'J. Eserutor Teetament: of of the HELEN Lent \MoCOWEV 'I"IU.n" Ul B. Rich AT.. Phone TI4-U01
1 I : A Business Services
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rrsNouserNJIAI net USED s co WATCNTW tnCRemndelln* 8 CLART<< MATTINOLT 24 fail!! old Juktt
II TO STUDIO. kelp IJUS1 DIRDIE II Plumt.niII I ; A ttorn.v. for the E."toIII"
,. 'RRVCR E. C'LARf'to. 10 SsscM slaws
C/CE'UO/ t AU 11'TR' 114 liMn CLOIED:
PHOTCXWAPHWfJ KID! .
w Rtrh' Avenu
Cbhol.trlnr flnlhln! .
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SAID AIDGRRR Botanical Grer.e. IT
6TFIl L l Ohla EhIDI1GIlDICTURC THJV TSUI MINI IA Floor C.."rlfif Ceraml Tile DeLand Florida UNTIL FLRTRER:Wry:K6TICJBEmployment W.,
(l DeLand
TO "WATCHTHE II J.b Prlntlna g .I'I.1.14.lt Woodworking Co.

I BlRDltf 14 Fralta and Jnlcaai" FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE are M. BOrXDARI PB "4-11"

KMPXOTMTWTH : IN COIJNTT JUDGE *
COURT.
PAINTING ROOFING MCPAI*!*.
rTilp 'anto"1'" _.'* VOLtdIA COUNTI FLORIDA Cart> ntrr. Call Nalaol Hoyt, PL
( EM
H ".," Wint.d MIN' RE ESTATE OF 714-1921 of'., I wtakday.
17 ftel 1' Wanted Mala W r1t CECILIA A. BLIE:. D........ pm : IS MdpCeUNTIN Welled-I.SSSJS. '
e: (I *'tuatlnna .."t.d NOTICE la hereby liven that th. GLIDER RIDES 11
II Srhooii Inttrurtto lBralned Kathryn B" Butt, Eleeutrti DFLAND AIR 8KftV: < 'II. '
2Z w- FtVANCtALII of th. L.ttt of Cecilia A. MUNICIPAL AIRPORT and daytime curl Iy"! ,
... '.. Dceaad has.on tha Ilk day apply In peraon, WhacornerAmelia &" ,
Rur..OApnrhnlllN of September A D 1141p.bant44her Cabinet Maklnc and Carpantry and I).
II BtiaMeee OntMrtunltla* !.. .. Final. Account'al-.tick; Ei.ru- I. Ieh.tbl. .1U..501"utl"ilI
II Mftnev 4e Lo.* trio, h' with rrlpt' ta the .CentnrtorSAW'
i 11 tfiBnranr <' n'j :. of Vnlnula County I :KXC1TD.ONIW .
14 M.ot....** 11....ht .... Florida, and but petitioned that TILING ,
II BtnrkB BondB eba ,. .t.c h.Ped .u.h EaOtu. ; tin'of dfti and tolttnt
..aMRim..t.rxyar. II Wanted T.. BnrrAv'twUTH trlx after thirty daya III from this D&L CO. can rlv*,you an uniuual tarnincepnrtun

! J .1.1. I .r +'r STOOtIT 18th day 11 of KATHRYN Kantemher.B A RUT D' 1..4. 1'8' E: K... T.rk AT*. T14-44H .Holiday. lotion.
JJ r *a IPattla, its wa n. H. Snow. PC, Boa 4111 S.
A* EierutrU!: of the Entata of RIPAIR and Sarrtr aay
II '
Dote Cats Pet
I.. Poplt end Cerllla A. Rule. Derfaeed. make and modal,....,". Uaebln*. Daytona belt ria; <
II P.ta 'Want.l IUDEN. JAMES H 8WFEVT: JR. ..tfI.,. Uon t.arantall .... _

! ''GRRRR ( { QJ",1I ; IMnuxwnAtd r 7771 .MERCHAVOISB: DeLbnd lioAhltehalr Florida Bide. N. tharr Phone Ti<.1241. A40SItVI-SALII Meal Btor CLtAK.fN, .
1 oo.oh i iI CUSTOM: TRACTOR MOWING Hiih School *di>ea
JR.1 ia IO / II Article. For Hal* 1.\8.23.111,1'=T LOTS. and ArRKAOB7J4 '"tIn" IS.4.. no .ip.rl.no* no**-
ii It A .'_.1., Utor. FINAL 4ITTLIMSNT ISalI .ary. Reply. box. t. Sun.Nya.Executive'Secretary.
NOTICE
9.0lJl"Of=! 41B m*... Rapalr >
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I 'OUR W. RaHILMa II i It II Photo AMlatla Equipment: -. ItipvB. ** tft vou' !A7rOt' NTT.FLORIDA COtRT Dny UISNMU

41 t 14 Jld'. A""II.,,,.. F. AOCKWOO, prnflel..t..ln oherthandra,4typ. *
\ 41 *fow. """,I.hl.... D.e....". 'CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEEL I., and able t* Aaaum*,rapoa.
kY 44 Wii" r.l. 'nllln""Jlte NOTIIJe; hereby Nvon roar city bl Send .40melat. returns
1 d ""'Radio' $ a. T.le, ...ilonII ..nilerattned, MildredRorkvnnd A. Flnher.. to..nutria CHAIRS- : P.41: hex'21/7'D LAn4tiXPiSSINCD
of th. EII1" of P.ui n. F.
P lldlnf Mitarlat Dereaaea*' on the [ 1CJtrB Want..,
\ M II 'Power Machinery Fqulpmant: Hth rHv1 of Heptemner. A D 1M4rh FOR RENT,OR SALEBearden' MI1 Tj'tcl"' at TRIrl1O
Indtatrlal Eont p..tod bar JI'1..1 A".u 'a STOP.'bat.... iiem
M' P.rm Eqnlpment: ...."$". to Ih. County Jndjr .M 4 JlIft.HI" .
?:! Pnr..1'01t1pmN1i : !; of Vohiela County. Florida. and hapattinned Drug Shop

ARlow.n' M.I" 011.. P1.414 .... hrtltlM that .h. b. .1I..h...... C... B. Daw Trk and ..::1'....... A.% hove WANTIO.,.r end p-hod Part:Tim Callln4. Murirxnl enrrsolar

l41.1, ...." ,....... 11.11I. still... h Fxecutrlc aftaf thirty.. Phan 11..11 Puller Brush.u.tom.rL
8A ''I 0 11.113 WNty d. from thl* UtbJ..r. Rip.t.mber NOM, OWNED PKNSONAL B.r..... Monlrnum' t. 110". e. Saturday:
A 0 I'MMILDRED
H" "... anall.bla f14 paUm work. J'uUt
I P II PI4.rINN X. PmiTERA : tt7-dr.r'rd.1"i-0p", : ,"'. ** alto *,,al!.b1., Vat:
.rx Mba mind* and rPrtM MACTtCB: T FOSTER*, :XxMutrtx DELAND SUNDRIES M. Swnp at Calico Kltcb.n '09
.II R.n14Nynlohef" DcLand norldaAttorney A m. only: Do not talophonaWAITMIt
I 1 Aputmant 1114I N Rind Phon.
for Xatat: 714-1711 MtMt M ... oror
RElfTALJt 1I..IS.Ift.o 7BAMBONE'S To II Apply In niranit. Airport K**>
i rT$a>a* Every PrescriptionWE taurant. Ne phone xaUa
011 Mhtl. BlomB
/NIRRGI'yMlk ryWMYWWOr. ONE 6NIIX11'CPK7I1MIOltt.WQW M Offlra. Bu",ln>M Lor*Mom MEDITATIONS ADD SERVICE

.. 4 T f TAAQUND 1KYlR N6CK.re t|' WinIM T* R."t Sy|. P. Alley sum Pbarmaalat COSMETICIANWITH
.1I4t EiTATal to.k. oar fit y*. .
,IN1fCtllDYL'i { pr.rrisWa ada a* *nlklT a*
A/ rfrtn** pNmtkN m 11 k m.l Florida faatoat trowlnf;
S I HA rTi>ma and Ai>rr* ccIAl4 MOTtfMaw druf chain. Top Mary plus llbarucommlaaton
Al A.....* Farm ()roajf "At ALl. SOMifOIKS aurh'/nedreN ..*jartaa..t a* and eomplt
1 bnna. (ha....
M A A ra. WantadI wet a* at sue Pkanaaor tmmtiy company for
y / Comm.rHal. Industrial tVUH I.ARMSf .* alway raiT,, u* *.MtmndllBM advanrtmant .anllmlted. Apply!
H Propartv. ......_ ECKERD DRtTQ STORE. .4-p 77.
q ,...*........, PrAltttrtr Woodland 81.... .Mr. Bob Dana.WAITRSIttS .
1/I R>alST EstalB Por Sal. tr ,.,... UM, 'SPRIIN6b. ; ISba"'S VOLUSIA PHARMACYHtRtaVfrtSW
2 ; ki .
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Tbot WaJj sa. wants
Mil 7y
.at ritat Wat4t sIPI WRON6 111)1. lHt P1... 413Is part tlm I : Apply SHOVBOAT
lnrm. Property .fi.r 4 ..m.
14 niiof ttet.
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fl,, :.r Rent.or F.r IIT.u' Ltp& H lhMlBfPMIITO HELP!! ,

'tAfllnly ItKBART READ 'romrrADr
i OAArtli LILT ,
/ M Real Fitate: and. Builder. KLKCTMONIC Porno ef APPLY I. '
110 Rrt't4ut. Paint rnb Clwtronlralbr rontrollad purses .111:1': .
tom.,. HI', E. Air Tork
w ADTOMOTTTBM A Y' Pbon t'4 Ml'. Z' 1/1P WeNd. .MeN.
Atitowinbll formlo I4
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II .Auto ",,,aneln. I.......* DeLand Paint & Glass XPfRIINCCO. srf'eoolc, s
Trailer TrurkaT.rta .
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H I. Repalra Anei.aiirl III W, Ont* Ay... Ption* TM. UI c'OMI.! >. at th. W1.hbtr/u. ,
I1A pBlnt and Body Bhnp TH.W* .>F AmaHa and '2.

14 Boat* Mior* SupvHat) DURALITE PAINTS. NIGHT SHIFT Af. 41 to T Muat
YEP.MkSNEP t I' Motny t .. 'ksehn b* Lure and anraaaiva. R. ..r.nwa .
I TAO NowlC +es M A"n .t>** **utM CRARLER *. MHin required. SB* Mr Shault*
It I Mobil* Home M 4113 i MVRPNT PAINT DEALER ImMrlal Oil C.... ,4"4 S. BUd. ..
III W. Oaonrl ..*..' 7r -UIVTINO red, Fla.EMFLOYID :

.. and PAPKK HANOD4O a. .IMJ.IIUT.IIIO.
/ OLD NEWSPAPERS FREC: ESTIMATE: OrVBTVTM47U Ma ss.dloi sdduhnat'Ioenma
Ai M...... T..l11. Must Sans rar and peens Hans
FOR SALE minimum of I h.ore M Saturdaeavailable
It iBBf SHISFt-OU C4VAVI for partum work Ap..
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Earnuia
111 us for eel day a
2S LBS. 50c rrt *l'fv.lr, Sweps to *.
j A .. ,... ..II.... U UMCB-I .. 144, a.m. s.ly.D. mat
MarMrr obsel fRrr .. I day. w..1 teiephnn
DeLand Sun News ..fM. lit L Olt.14.44.4 .
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RE 4-3661 6.1.W BJIRMV OA* Narwy WM Ul to. seecpt NmttUaaM ,
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cwsl1Elf DISPEATI a iSIFIED.DISPLAY Need ANY Used Auto Part?

q..q..1..:.... 510s..sSs. .sSs ssssss5Mllt RAMBLER
ELECTRIC WIIUWQAMD i RAMBLER TRADE-INS TRADE-INS

:: > REPAHLS :: : We have it or we'll get it for youl!



: M.lIGGETT : '62 OLDS FIESTA ST. WG. :3 Telephone Circnlii throughout South MAMSLIN Aetewatla. meter Cvlttm, teeel..OM....., Itesdard INS TAUNUS Tranamleel.il SteMeH,w...".

1 12' Nsi.. b141w1 SIM N.pukmaa Awl Orut Cityrkaacs Ovoer, Like New $1095. .
I I 'T7MM-MVK ClMItU.* ._ AStealA* _______ $195.

,:.....PIMM.....n..4.UJI..........: I 9-Pacnger Full Power e 14 BOO tisECKn sEKTicx 111 RAMSLIM **.. .......
: IMS PONTIAO 4 Deep Sedan. AatamnMe Rado.M Healer, J

-WOWrSIn... ,. Loaded Low Mileage M & K USED AUTO PARTS INC. Htatar AutemaUa, Only Me -le anal.. $495 5 One In BeeuttfulCcndltl Local** _Owner___ $1695.


8., Nw Goad Pra4 AT Five Seat Belts One Owner W Bur Late Model Wracks NIi RAM5L5R. Amw1es. .... loll RAMSLSP American. Wog.II. .
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Aateaatl Waaker DsLand Paint & Glass W.... 4 O.er. .l..duN .... ".* s Peer, pjadla andHeaterv
Art CM rwmttw! ; Electric Rear Window T04osmlo.M' 1.0,5 $1095. Top Lusiaia
Cb' s, Carrier Ptcel
OXYNtrS FUKNITUU: he :::131: W.G..r&la Ph.7344251: : aASSlFD DIVOT sharp ___.-....., $ -

lit W. New Var* A.*, III 4-1711 Te55I55U55555555555555. IWU 111 PLYMOUTH 4 Dear ....*. 111* STUOIBAKSP d Dear Sa.
S2: M.7DO DOZING ASPMlflaaUtibf. PAYi$ Aulamalla Keele' aM Heeler ..... Standard Trancmlaalen. M.Ie. .
..1.0' S1lt95.lIul" Motor, New Paint
$2 195 DUI

31 H.rs Wn114-M111. 41 Artkkr. IW Md SPECIAL II UNI Ip1As Srlhe Cenaltlen Co.5.51.I1 $395.


COM LITI I.INB OF OARPEV HARLAND FOGLE JR. RAY LINXOV1CH
MAN FOX SCRVICC STATION SUPPUIM TO FIT TOUR I i
ever II. Kipertence necemry. GREEN THUMBS JACOBSMorOR 11441.so .... RR A JACOBS

Apply Rfc Truck In peraon Slop on LaVelllea Truck Route Bl( TYNER'S HARDWARE 1455 .... .... 7..5 Awe

1101 N. a...... Phone 111-1141
"wANTBOi Married Man, A ee 11- Arras
40, for KB)** Service and claim /I' PLVWOOO Flberflaaeed. Boat; SERVICE MOTOR SERVICE I
work. Hlib School araduate.lil,0 M" Heavy duly Enheuet'b"i N t4511tINLANE
| to ciarf. roe appointment. Full ataed Booaraeo Bed SOl S. 'eul".... P.WM7344MSCUSSCTiD PLAIN FACTS Ml I. BLVD. DELANO net 1H4UI
ea1111.4tbt.1 print! and mattress; lawn
rhalro Foldlnr l cams tthlej Tool I BIOROOM Conereta block home, REALTY
CARPENTERS, Frame or Trim, best good.. t brick. MleeLl I Ricellent I llvlnj room hunt-In btl4.n, tile lot N. Boulevard I
Steady work. Hub-division. WGrlI.n.B'1.c.r1 .....d. Beaonnahla. Willtrods bath, terraun floora elertrloheat Phnna day 114-1114 Mto TI4IM4LOUISE .. .
KM Maee *, for lane utility ronat earpone /
a good boat Trailer. Ill
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Hoitica, N. High I fit BSTUT fenced In bark: yard, patio, own S 11EDR/IOM CB HOMID CWSRD' DISPUI ;;
Grave Sub-1uI.lelnn. B Pelatkai well, beautifully Unnat>eit, Let PICK tiP PATMRNTS /e .... ,
Rt. IT. or f.otllzl-Un after 7 n,m. waBUY.SELL *f 1 II'. Price. lit.tWHARRY .' Call 1f.01l

Wanted: TRADE WELDINGOUENTHER'S '1 a.- F. EDWARDS CLARKE: SAFE INVESTMENTS


, Washing Machine 14*FISCHER S. BLVD. TRADING Phoaa POST,..-.... MA.MNI W.NR I 1ST Suitable PLOON for I PUMNISHKD or I R.... to APT.rt.hl 0..,.. flit? R541terar T41.nA Lesion N. Hwr, IT tUlM ,PINS twa keilre.m kerne II,..
1 poem alee anatfy lat Owner
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Man NATIONAL Cach R. 1Hr, It la A$5055T10TSI. party. Phone 714-HH. 77/4044 ts..II" 1 SR C*.. A/C. HW floora **"- MIL %lat v* anew. yen tail ana.
Repair tip to imit.It. Haa I departmental a 110"ooM 'w.'IIb" .p' near M01U FOR IX1TS OF KIDS 'tJ large lot. Near gOr. ,.-..-...
O Um) Iouidtbbaa 4worktd' suf.W Bi5'. Hli; "*". Tin* good Olla' IIt."nll and .... Li... kltrh0, 4l4' dlnlbnt4anaI .. Km, ,anele4 N. ,, 731.55411MAROARiT Bell Realty Company
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ur'n; ". 1141760LOSS DID BON ft WOOD W9UCMl 111 \vieoonrtn.. P''". tl4-UII.. kitchen, built.In BMIGHAM K P. BELL.: Broker BANK
rot. :.. IS lun Newe.Voluila etove men, 4lhwaeher. 14.. 111 N aivll." fhor-a M4-I17T
WE1OH1 aafely with new. .. ....... n. IN *.H 4 ROOK BATH Int Room. Central air and keatlncevitem 411 W; P.5'ta"P 54475i: nn
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IXP, CHANIO' .. Must Imprev'N': ITN-A-DI.t Tablet.. FCRNISHJBO APT. .aiht I Ha mnnthInclune TWO SSOROOM 0... koua I
II down
".... own tools R rommesda.llrn. Oaiy 1ta Voluala Pharmacy, h... ..... ,......* Ml W. HewrrS taut and Ina. Price I BR. .home. saraa Jvatlo, located pear old Nth Indian.rLsvkltoh.'a.i 2LPOSSESSIOH I ;
.' requlred! Apply Iqperann Is In.... Near Steleoa.UXI North St. DoLoon ftprlma.: flood ramla tlla m... .,
Tractor. 1012 N. Bird, .. ROOM PUMN. APT. 770111010.turnl.hed flehluc, rhon. AM 114114.NORWOOD fireplace, careened patio? utilityroom
4* Meld ...... ..
.Lan'". All,, application conft- SIGNS FOR SALE aicept (aa, AdulUI 4U THE WOODS Fully, furntehed even laTV '
..nU... W. Howry Are.ATTRACTIVE DMIVK by 141 W, Pereaftra to ror the dlanrlmlaat.ln BealhouM with .''erl"" 1101... (1 .....11 |1111 Sal. Ml men
HEAVY CARDBOARD MUSIC LOVER'S STORS buyer I beoraoni, a katka. IU flbenlaea boat. II H P. '.
furnlihed efficiency .es a rkarmla I HIL awdern 11' motor Ccrvilr MM Pal. |4t ...
N. .....,... Av*. Ilka But af .. .
WsatiaV-MaJ. .Br.l* HOWDY'S MUSIC SHOP W. tvtoooneln. Cloee 1.lows Home with kuilt-la ateve and new. WIU *t Charralel .
17 Htlp" r r apt 14 ... Ola.e illdln. Aura t* Patio finance. iN..317. $IUI kal 1, .47 .
Steteon Call fit. ,
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15c Each 114 N. Blvd. Phone T14-4U1 and Oampua ... SMALL CB. I Vedtaom f rnlake4houie '.1 l.ass1$41/ ... til
MI.. W.I...,. 1I4-IM1 att./ Roomy and even hod a I4MIO, Phone TI4-IIM ar I n OMS to Oraasa CUp Baa.UNOtft'cONITMUCTIONI MW
NEW SHIFT OPBXINO 1 brtrk H.r.H-4 e Grill ,.lIo. Inquire lug Lake Oertla Road : .I1; '.. Fal"'.. Wr". im .... 144 mW J
MON. "',,. Ares IT thru !4 fA fpaeklnc NO HUNTING Ported Bold. For 47 ....- .....lsl FIRST" FLOOR I room furm. apt. with DIOCITiBUO Terms t Ved- '
ona and ". 411",. Hourly Rent. Aoartmeijt For Rest. On.. 1 SloeS from rich Memorial (44month. MEL OTT, II4-1H4 tll-1141 '--C-"... Lak.twI"t. 1 ....... 1 ... ... double. ./t Mole |4.1 Sal $U ....
rat and bonue. Usual Holidayper I For Inspection. Pee Sal. D.Lae4 Phono fl4."'". 15/-001. /// Flre-Aato.' lea Real Ket. Itt bath.. R.n'.1 roll..e. 511IAU. .at room_. "ITS N.all Babe bathe, H ".Ib.,. TV MM .... HI MaiM
plus> vacation Apply Ml N. Sue 111....,000c.. Deltronics T.V..7348524IALEI '46' ON HIOHWAV. I ho_, ,
Amelia.M I IIItv.tleft Apartment For Rent No One Wants This One! Kipellant ku* for 114100' JOHN E. BISHOP Per1711 sal, IU M.
HANGING SERVICB RMNTALB MKPfKTX Brater, TI4-1I7I LJCBNBDD! BCILDBR M Far.1 Sttt .... |U ...
Lamp, Table Lamp. 101 N. BoundaryNEATLY toe \I''..
IT LOOKS TOO BIO.' It ll
'W.nt Brae* red tit Orava Puss Phono 1I4-4I1T M Marcwr $1UT ... tU ..
Copper Koitlea. Colored The Tyler room la too bl,. ",. << M
ROIIDelOP
Olaea Hand painted Chl_ Batteries Batteries PUNN. Ind Hoor. privateentrance PINS ItOMCAt.L. ..
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Who wanta a C5.mle$1111.1.
till tl< ,
RIPINID Wlonw wlah.a" 4.u., .. We JlE'A&.aa. fell BIOOE8T TOOK IX: TOWN pedal ..,. to permancnt .. 1'1''w::: : \ Tka tllnln.: room TI4-4M1 Alvin J. Facchin BrokerW 'M OldiaMall Ma
keoplhf companion for nenrle- THIS SHOP FOR TOUR HEARINO AJDl t.tenant rheno 'I4-A.... :too big 1 and ao la. the kitchen. Bera fer. A. Fatla .<.l. 1I41TIIOWNIP1 rN kal. |M M*.
man or TAO?. Mattl Brombauiih, _111 South Amelia Ave FOR TOUR RADIO CLOU IN) let floor furaiahed .,.. There are too many blr baoraonta OPEN DAILY II Uttr. ru ISM .... |M ..

101 MlHlna Road, .N.w .Smyrna WI SOY and SILL rood used FOR TOUR TRANSISTOR Adult im N. 11"'''. Pkaae, alt and tea many rloietl al.ald.a.He andepbmtrdt ini S. RlAi.woed Ira CH" .leavlnc SL "tale''will' Ham.;.not.r .. 'M rl,. "'" |IK .... in ....
111
Beach. Fla.CARPENTRY. furniture phone 114-1 Ml for Bob's Radio & T.V. 'I4U"t.., 4"l". !< bathe 'JI t'l' '
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".*** HALLS BARGAIN on a (real bls I rorn.r lot JU.MO tinea In, 114 W. Unit;. '_ V. .. Ckarratti f Ml .... tU M.
PAINT1NO Kit 355 W. RICK Phone 13/-551 LARDS FIRST FLOOR ? ti4 with ton man* big; Dan Creeee n... '.. .ul '11
STORE. II s Mercmrr I7M ...
REASONABLE* RATES W. Bereelord I ROOMS and BATH BhaAa .. It'a ate bit blmkato '.m... PLan4 .1.... 'II .. ...... |U men

O. W. DAVIS ,...n4. PUBLIC AUCTIONMonday DELAND'S LARGEST _CTX1BII IN. PHONE 1I4-M4S the eupermarkeL But, frankly Llet Muttlele Uettac Warmth" GORDON E. HOLZMAN 'W F5,4541 .... It* M*.

we like fill You ml.ht Ilka II. pbw. ... ......51UNC.I 'It Ckav. lip fist Sal |1> ...
.0 Intent. Opp/rteuhiN. Oct 11-1 p.m. ELECTRONICS NSW ROOM APT. Kltr"...,'.. too ""., Fen eea alt the 'Hit*' Clifton Timber & Realty weul '.. Cadlllad
SLING' (I. rood nl.abl..onuin- Furn with utlL Outside City. Xa. yea ere teltlni for any UHIliirnlehednt TOM Ii '' anther tan kal. lit w {|
incnte. FABRT AUCTION SERVICE CENTER __cluclvo_ .toratlon. |81. "''n. 114-.K.._ Cell for appolalmenlLouis : JACKSONVILLE t Room air. Sell, Ooala bloat. PR, :'M Ckrfilar kal, |U
PUIL OIL BUSINStS for nla.Phono BARN back of Cracker Bop 4 ROOM UPSTAIRS FURNI8HBD: t. cal. mnitlUon.il home aarllally ru,.. r..1Jt. Mnken. UR. d .Florida M nillma. = kal met
'''.U47 or after I (..., Keetaurant. Phone 114-1171 MOTOROLA APT. ADULTS |M II. UOI TaluaAva. C. Realty libel floor furnace. Murray Hill World. Fair kltoken, lit s1.,
( "...0.5.. XIO Phono 1141111.OUPLIX Meyers, aertlen, an kua Hue, near e..halee.d.hopplnf ...Oral air aoadlllanlna df >. I ear 'I7*14 |M1 kat m M.J
lAG SEWING MACMINB ReDoeeceeed CURTIS MATHES For the Rest In Real i.1st.) center Fk 114-1117. tret. O* a well akailedVlRjlNTA lot In. 'M OldimaUld IT< .... |U mal
HAVI Service Station with woven 'H Model IwlnS Need) new ene .bedroom kit. 101 N Blvd. I...Lan4 AVBM HOMml. I ,
Performance available. If you Ilal-o-Matlo. R.r.II.nl. Condition. che qnl pod. Alr-eondlUoncd.! OM.. u..,...4 Kve. H4-IIXI OPEN HOUSE M. em 5. aid* of 17. Drrteaul .. FasilM 1U .... W in.,
have nom. eapltal and darlr to Waken Fancy Dealcaa Makea : .orth Stewart M Run
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1r\URIICS ALL.AM 4 T a Smllkdeel WI' Nat kal
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g et In business' for ywreelf. eN Buttonholea. S... on Buttona KRe DOWN 3 Bedroom. 2 Bath Home -. : m ores
VAMP SCOVELL, Shell Oil Dletrtbutor Blind /UtchN. Mo.e rams. Darns. D&H T.V. S ROOM PORN. Newt' d eurMN $350 M Null |||f ail It* Ma
Hi WI Ml.btItan A... Patchss Rta: ....um. 1.malnlnq with s.r n porch. $10 Including OWNIR thrawa lit towel sad the AT XJEPLB1I ACBM FRANK L SPARROW '" ".">. wp. sill kaL 11
PIT""t. of. ".00. PR Credit T.V. RBNTAU Utlnll.1. PIlon. 15111. reel .f hie furniture for quirk BATIUA. KOFalSTa ....... leal BMato Breker, Fb. ,......, .MJ
.,.... 114-4171. Zenith Dealer aal.* of hi. home room Fkaaa IHlilTMcCARRIER W Balck MX .... in ...,
COIN CAR WASH Your THB SSST APTMolaa com.pletclv W 1'..... A... BRi1ta United Farm 'H Mr.. Wn. $2541a6111
PHILCO ... furnlehed. Cloee t Slot. MM
auto "* .h. I year Far with are.. his annu.bj REALTY Agency
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[PRIMS' location available for Coin warranty 1110. Klectrta: water eon and downtown ..... "...4.... for Tar aeparata end work ."0" rrloa NATION wi"" Real All 'M M.ee.rr 127. .... .1lse..
Car Wash In DeLand. Join tII.... beater it( nl. Ill Oaa dryer. 15*. DeBary & DeltonaKa. P'UIINIIHIO downltah.APT. 111,501 lino down. ..,. PeeRSt "L'I'O:" topee 441 S. SIs "'... 114-lMI '.. CadlUa.. |1M I
Sal .
HOMB room J':1I:1.ll1oI : 'It W. 111NATIONAL ..
profttln 'In thla new do-lt-your. FLORIDA OAS COMPANt Ill Hwy. 1T/ I DaSaryPhoae All ew.. )11. snd pro ba&a" neat include. ... "" nt.nn.1f '
self Industry before this top lo.cation IMB-New
York. Ph. 114111FLSAai
141-4414 ROOM OB. HOMBI "Ml'.l.. VMFUAN
In* Month.' Ill W. Mich.MOOIP.N .
to taken COMMERCIAL
SERVICES: OP FLORIDA. INC.. ', 'roachea and other Inemt 228 N. Amelia _734-6066 .I.5. water / Fire-Auto.;L K HIT Dahlia' Drive. Orlando, Fla.Ihone rableaMl Call aa at ni-llll P''J.:: .Ar.1.\.R as 134.7170. urn. 14 FAtJ o II .BWIMMINft POOL'

1714140. LLUSIA FEED STORE YOUR R.C.A. VICTOR .......11. III W. Unl-- HOMES .11....*. OIITHRIA'RR Pbs. ,. 114-111 D. EARL 1I..iIer LAWRENCE. BANK

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WB CILITBTl CLOIB IN'. Ilk WKST >kana ,054.4551 This Week's Bargains! 1111 X, Bld -..tteLaadFkeoe
rat Amelia ELECTRIC 114-ltll TI4I74IFHA SlPOSSESSIOJil t
Phone .In.
MINNESOTA
FinancialMaotyTkUaM CALKINS A
R. W. PRESCOTT NOTICS' MITIPItDt ('"... CB I
1.11 LlNOLIUM. /wplg. ..... ONE BSONOOM VII.tub. cmrport.PHvate Ie1HMAss BatataJOSEPH )1ft. Pun slow Node some re.pelr. $18,300
Fart Cub RnIstsra ... Xo I pest III.Va, TBP.MS, It il.lred.
32 MY TRADING POST Repairs On All Makes 444 .. Wok OP01t DATLT I IL.. i-urnlehed er.n to TV enantonmtla I a*)* I MIL 3400 Lara DOWN fatal Put
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41T S. Florida ATO, Phone 114-4714 of Radio & T.V. loser 150141 //N Caea kullt-la lI.t. Alr.aimdltloner, 1 011orars
Loans to $600 .2 Nerlw S. PECK .'T'TL"N: "I'". reduced thla' kanrntr Int. Barns, .trace Patio cmcnn.irvoMon TRNma1
S&H V"l roam and rar.fartt
Appliances Inc.WJ week, t HH. with tarp Pamll*
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BUILD" tad COMTHACTOBPHONal
,, Union Finance Co.FtrRMTTURB. 111 .T. Ava. Ph. ,*...4A* Color T.V. 'Sp daIists MODISH I BR. II..... .,,fm.Hulliln .< 'If-" Room ( Dream Air aondltloner koma/feK., and 4.4firspNM automatic .. ,CH1 114-441 lit* K for Amelia.....Sr,.I.811'11..&.or, "." *. Florid. IS1/Sq ."
Opp Weotrata BhowptnaCenter! kitchen. Nrer HchoulawOood lief .. Prteeraltr ANA
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Al1'ro: tR2' AlT adrhkorhnod 114-4711 keal. Tea Will .ova Ui* ".",11II' Mpws.44..1 Is.i .
kB EOT ATI...... T H\1J..L .mw moo. Ste 621 S. BOULEVARD UOI( lekefre.t dock, bout, kicker and 17 UI aLVD. rMu "
COMPANF Iquw a.O/NI t BLOCK PROP TOWN ''V I lilY alee C li. t bedroom I Searing Ires.. Bl'BH a. will l'II
W.. Mlobltea Avenue I Bedroom.' MO Montk.Phone bath homo with Weellnihoueehoot "" ** "*.*. iKX>B
LOANS TO $600 0144,11NICIIY pump and air-conditioner. IBul* ACMS near Track I..te.1Sen.
42 DeLand'sHome Florida room and anreeaed pernh, wage LOCAT80 mttalda our In aranfc arova, 1 1 4 lea JUH-wMis hr life
TRIBBLE & REYNOLDS Plbs EpIp5YM4lppSsss Mrs 1 PR. Hues Yard and many other nlco feature*. Invelr" J BH, well 14.eel down 141-1111 or 711.1341.W.SU1 .
Entertainment and Oarbaca ..m.... 141 Me. IM Near" Sutaoa. PN.e1.. ..II. elew De.n well., *funlsbASusP.
FINANCE CO. INC. P. W Calvin. Phone K4-III $11.. .;.... lu ;: Li ass BA1 M>O Tm '*7al OK USED CARS
M1N.ri11 WS IS R > BSTATB
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Headquarters T FRMR
tat some 5. Blvd.BURNETT OwssI. = Polk... OBLAJHD aM CAMERA: BBOP. Nice 2 Bedroom Home SPACIOUS DUPLEX ALMOST NIW ....... /w beN. MIA I Clifton Timber & Realty *.AT* rOLLARB AT HOU.BH*

I. M. ..... TwlcBhiF IIULZa ONFURNIINID-Prodlypai''III" Inro.5. YN wIU 'l..J: ssmf.n. BBALTORB FORBSTwMf1IT BILL HOLLER MOTOR'sgIN1.
ably Iura/M.d/
FINANCE CO. Inlll" and .to $1{ per mul5. tl1 GOOD Pelalianrtiaml Cloee will..- ".taps.111,0., tor .5. B. Plane* Fkeo* fl..*.*. --
5. Skerld.. Are.. 1 ulro gut
U ABflfMSANTIQUES121 454 Juel Outetda CUT. >ocltConetrunlion.
COIO'LllTW .nYICII AAAGNAVOXRCA doer soul.. PkesS, ; 014 1171. BloT.e Rsh11 n* Mrs. Alva C. Williams 1 ACRESON ._ ._Bird TI41rrVOLKSWfABSNS

&.I)A M. OI .. FULLY furnlehed *.. IIvim tore, 'In pe.. c....... I AlrCeedltlnnlnc .. 11 441.? Boo.' 014.111' La la cedTCeaaty Read Is Mural. *r i
114 S. ALA. 734-0872 E. RICH room aleotno: IeL-ketnreem,. I Ualte Ineluded, a. Oftl.e.14 Resldne.1/ W. Hwrp Area Close" to' )*tau 101 !l any model 11' lour ...=!
Be, Cornelia Meaele, Sofl41A. I _h.. III aer mmtk.. .N. I Bedroana 114.141. 5.5..1, (elf' 11,500., (IODU) llarlanda Carlaed lilt K. Ili 1 1SUICK
VICTOR mall altar AAA SNCT, I I BUITM ... ,
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AGENCY
V. W. GOULD ,,.. I ...... .._ 4 door Il4tnwhaMoal .
JJ -IIIIOa2ORM U4 Csln & Irt. pm.I t ores": M.144-/IN anndltlea. Kioellen.
piMUPPOMO I lit .. 7514170.IIa
BR. UNFURN.,0', Member of H.ttW. Lessin201 F _kadlo, Only 117*. Fkeaa II4-I4MI
W. .1fQ SYLVANIA Its vv. HO war *05. N. Woodland Blvd. MSOSCOMATIO I fcedroant krlxhIII.IM 71 .
Cola. a. .* Key.4 III L JULIAFURNIIHEP ,. '82PONTIACSONNIVILLB
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Pill AUTO Cola sad .. tf.eXL" WIITlana wtlk tenn* to .1
M4 N. BLVD.. PH. ,..-.,. Stamp iled fearer, lot Eeel W10ss.P.A .
.. Convertible Pee
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HOMER i. OOP. rent 5 Qtr. TT .
) .. Phone 114-4140. SaiorwelaBRAUN 151.1111 TefeadWeal ....... W Site S1t.U.n lAbs :::I.
Al,1 pAT4LVSURANCB CO"* STEREO MI-PI I ILlw full tlla t'Ol rer
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Aeto. Home,. Boa, Ufa, HoeltkALLSTATB ..4 AM-PM and 1 .11. ..f"... MNan I'\Dt1d. ac- beta, eelel* kltaheaTVle* .. OP LtAplSOT 71. M or .1" ON, .w..i 5.4 OIl'J: 1.0Mtwe
Ante. Planes Plan FU-STICKaX; RADIOS 'n JIInn* P555.1fl REALTY d.nilal, area. fKKO FTNAMrlftfi.asauom :
Sear Bug. boLaad. Fla, ,..44411JAMES Tea w w eDIA.4-d- r -.M. pars.1 text CTTO .aA mf. II..... Uiiu .... P\I. n...... I ,.'Boa"1U1 ,S.u. a i ::rl'fllo_ BELL MOTOR CO. \

P. CLARDY wBrnwoHocsB Ir1 BOULEVARDAPPLIANCES: ..M.... aear _ta oa JClee-. I'll... 151-ITN LA HOB MASTER SKDHOOM LOT ON R ttmw TUP.'lC>> AVB, ltd Uses Cu Ps.NmuI
triO Furalctted IUt"..... .Mtral I SM. S bath, .'"_-...11' al AST Of' 455.01 LAPS T"el'lIJl1'tJ8 III 'W. Ileb wM 111.11'N .
FRIERSON'S "tr.'.'. 14..... llomea. Safe
GEI'fmlAL 1It.rTJL&.CII. .< inorhaad Available. by Oak FALL SPECIALS for
h11 Rio. Pt... ,...... : Tu DOpy5VAID' II*Call U.-" ". iUMSER7 NSW Colonial. typo PtrlrH FrMMama ..IIdro. '1'....,........ n/-55Th : .J.. Pt50nn 010/Ipers.41.,3St t :thnngkN. AIhMs4,

iZRC< .priS7im A LOVILY 1 511. ROYI. ..... I ....I ear fame |.H.ana.ttood Real Estate ir O!FSR.fT ; ph.' 111.1111
34 ..,.....-ISBBII-,.M U/ NORTH POULSYARDPUONI ,....... IItt.... IIJW 1Nnr.. NNS term will weeps UeJe.ALMOIT PIpe r'tr'TTMRRR'Florida 'pioao a II.it"
OOOO need refrtirerator, |1M, call 034-4444 .., AIakle. A...1. OIUGIIO" lovelr home* pry u4 rlrhl 117 70.0055 CASH .
Bob Aebnry. (Joodrear Sorvioamrw FIIQWS 1355/5 Sew I kedronm Blouse.lows Try .e eaU 114-4711 S MOwftiff.. ar 1'0'
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nCFOR-ATlON abort tons .'_ UI llr Nn' r..1& .A., 41 .1611 MefwWI AIR CONDITIONSD., Sill ...... .PO..11I1I11J K r.t: Q, nt"m'l, AR
Term Home Mortrirae, ae ream 7544000.MATTAS. furaiahed. taster t BtOROOM 540455,515.. RItlnnaeota 1I4-4414 or Boa IM DELAND STATE BANK
porafc roama
DBLAMP FEDERAL.SevtMO ,........... hil4slowed | kedramn frame Kama add Vlrrlnla ALSOKBW
and
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Leaa A_."" WAIWW .PS i STTiWI / ALABAMA WHITI...PJIVSfl...... Gravel CkwaBWalkar ,. (email. pea Moalk."Fk. 'M. New 00.5545wt I DEL-MOOM.: pI1bath Coma.Sana 7J KIlN h/plrlp -a CHT Hold ?rt'ra.t
114 X. eIYPk... IMlttlLive 011.51 CB. Yd / 14* loeolklr.COHINGHAM. St.. off ...' ___ Now ..
titTiCSWAT 114-1444 1141171.ntQUiRBi
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WU ISIS a 'U REALTY: _W. ...nolaf'. Fb 1I4-I***. INCOMI sail ft platy. .. ..*. M a 3.47111 r
Stock .fOLSOM'S CALL 15411575n. fvrMaliad aata. .TRATBelleoeJ .
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am nffan MA CwnrMAMClll B. e115f0w SAI I and I be.lehed Iww WE WILL BUILD ...or win_.liMo4 eiir. ..for. CMSV. I dom, Md traite.. t
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3 .titnU.1.L aM Jlor1CIIf IIo& MOWJJPA MB"pHONlWCU7I7 la. all price raaaea.POAtALIt t. Completed "K0SM2t5PS8rFHAVA UH 5. ,. n.- .,.. .. .11- S. Blvd.wa ;

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Itent electrta eKemoooer, IURoberena I BAvtBTALTONS law and ackoela. (M _"' ". 141K. HOME BUILDERS PLAJf.
Clark FarnKare Co.. Delaware.. H4-MI or 1144144.HOU Florida Loan Co. Inc. in maD

41 ArtdM rsrPOP.TABLB 11II MM K, .... Phone BB14M .... Apartmaata, B.M.M r>rlda> Real KUI= I.... 734.5654Stetter Fkaao H4-1441 '... Track flood meter
So-Del Furniture 0:5U
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TT U-'i B-S TERMS AtRAJfAKOOaea 114-411. 441 5. Mew fork Ava. .S /
Associates fins. er aoiriim. ctoeo Is..ndllIN hrtI i/plr0wA111111fw.
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ApretaiaienlI4U
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...ekes I. 11dd'1 .... B. Blvd. Ffceao n-4 4lKORAN'S sad teaalloo. 1I4-44TI.
areakera. OIL 141 W' DJvieim ariontaetltr. 1M Estate Builder *f Better *
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ads a4 a. iea| Sopfl _I.. ........ ..f/.7450. .l lseppI,6 .. 1144141W DtRtrr Real Estate VP1OtcTLi
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STATE BANK MII.. Soda r- IR0.t4a LV. flrea4aaa7lUr.c Kltefcea la seed ooadMlea Aaaral* alIJI.C" b.eiTrehr .
DELAND B, Woe ar MNOIN 05.00. Ma W dark aed LfA. J.'I-:
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DELAND REALTY IN& .
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KM| twar. Mr I flM. Itl W, 0..M. Paranafa..
4flS SlaPpea Horn Owners
TU-4WS Mobil
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to aeo- wt. P' Dora" "" ( a.d UUlt1 .*. 110.11t.NEW 14* '440 A *, E./. Iterfala JeW* Low, Plow n;:..
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AUTO AIR Ara.E4r 5rW' Ilwrlaeeola. gARAtt1! ra TOURS lor tka Bat 11/ P1n ".u. ... Real Be. IJLI tU B. fTARIDA ATA.PPJOMB ; 4 BEDROOM .344. c"t: Rtr"R ,...

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ed3 $2.f9.M N. iT'oeNLa Pleeb* aaeav aiehjaleo Uieaii ee, JO 1'ICX, REALTOR: ;:UJtD HASINSIr
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Meets With] Velo Bookmobile Adds Deltoua'!' I a

MIAMI (AP Slate officials
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I poured cold water yesterday onMiami' The free .library en wheel mobile which wtiftbe availableat {
plea for more. access by way of Vohiiia County .Pubbe J the Deltona Shopping Center
roads to Its North South f
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Libraries Bookmobiles will every other Tuesday beginning
I presiiway. add Detton to 1U regular alternate Oct 13, from U '.m. to 4:30 p.m. a
Chairman John Phillips of the
Tuesdays schedule beginning Deltona resident and others
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state Road Board said the U S.Bureau 13 will <
Oct in the surrounding area be
of Public Roads would Already two years In service able to borrow u many at five It
n't approve construction the rolling libraries are proving I books at a time with a loan Sugar ran >we th.lrbumcdup
changes proposed by the city. their popularity with communities period of four weeks. Since the
Board member John Monahaa throughout the county all Bookmobile will arrive at Del
of Fort Lauderdale agreed. they begin their third year of tona Shopping Center every two
Road Department leaders are operation.The weeks, rapid readers will be 0 0
touring the state with newsmen many new Volusla County able to exchange their books on
observing highway develop. citizens already settled In Del an average of twice each month
ments. tona will be able to mix shoppingtime and quite possibly weekly, by
I Officials said a 3T. mile with a visit to the Book- driving over to the Bookmobile
stretch of the expressway will stop at Ryan's Grocery In Enterprise
cost )7I million, making it the I I itruction In Florida The state on the opposite Tuesdays .
moot expensive' highway con pays 10 per cent. between 2:00 and 4 30 p.m.

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EXTENSION SERVICE OFFICERS Mrs Edna Eby of DeLand left, '
'Volusia County home demonstration agent, recently was elected worthy chief of the I ,@: @Yi.- '_ KAUTt BRAND IYAi. !

National Extension Service honorary fraternity, Epsilon Sigma Phi. The election ( : SKIMMED MILK

I ,took place at the 1964 Florida Agricultural Extension Service Conference at the I ; ; j '

University of Florida. Other officers, let t to right, are Clifford Alston of Gainesville ...... '. -/4 !.."i@ lEJ C aWILSON'S c cff

Gainesville, vice worthy, analyst.chief; Quentin Medlin 0 f Inverness, and Miss Helen D. Holstein of .F 'II '' n n ( _. TAU CAM 1 10.

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YONKERS, N,Y. (AP) The hon Yonkers" commissioner of because: they are strong enoughto
citizens of Yonkers '''!'b. City public safety '''!'bl police were' quit after ]lust experimenting.
Graceful "' discovered Investigating an Increase In But they. have no sophisticationand HEAVY WESTERN BEEF SALE TENDER JUICY.WELL-TRIMMED
et Living. burglary and larceny" lack the perspective to see
Aug. 19 that they had a problem Wiretaps were used and police the real dangers Involved In )
they thought existed only In found certain names and places narcotics addiction." I ROUND STEAK T--BONESTEAKISIRLOIN STEAK
places like Harlem: being repeatedly mentioned. Capt. Frank J:. Vesclo, commander ,
For "six months police gathered of the detective division
Drag; usage, among youngjeople. Information. Then they discussed. the problem at a
moved Into action: church meeting one of a series -
It still
makes Tie shock people was shake Instant.heads. This Very few of the youngsters of meetings arranged by+ I Ilc 91c' IB. Ilc I II
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was because nearly one.third of Involved were "hooked, that is, aroused religious and civic LB.
the city's known narcotics users addicted In the sense they required groups and pointed to the
daily doses, The daily assembled adults
were located in northwest Yonkers.'one -
of the nicest sections of users Included two young men "How many parents know GRADE A DRESSED fe DRAWN
the Westchester County community and a girl Just out of her teens. what their children are doing I FLORIDA I
The others took heroin. on occasion -
of 210,000. There were at Children need the attention o!
least 40 Involved. once or perhaps twice a parents. The church and the "BEST
'MCE HOMES: week school have a part too. And the
"I never missed a week," policeman\ But the policeman\ FRYERS ::29cl
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and (WHOLE)
These are teenagers says one.young man, "but some believe\ me, cannot be with\ i
and women In their Lt AL 1
young men of the others you wouldn't see these people 24 hours a day." ;
early 20s. They live In comforta "
maybe once a month. The question was put to a boy
)figs: -clapboard or stucco or brick "We'd to house and ask GIANT PKG. ''
a who
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go was mainlining that is __
homes along clean, tree \lined to talk to some kid," recalls one Injecting heroin directly Into his
street rising from the. Hudson of the investigating officers. "At veins He is a fairly handsome, I I II
River. They are well dressed, hit stage we weren't even mentioning all, 'well.built teenager, SLicED RUMP
weU-fI'OOMed They have cars narcotics. Some parents. Shaking hands, his palm ismoist C BACON J9e j
or have access to cars would ask us, 'Why\ do you want and the grip loft not 79
How was It that these children to talk to my son?' And wed from lack of strength but pen I.
All MEAT ROAST
of comfort .and privilege Joined say we couldn't give details but' haps of Interest, He' shifts his 1 DRUMMER BOY Lb.
In dope, parties in their homes that it was part of an Investigation weight from foot to foot as be '
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'and parks Are there other lust that wt were,trying to talks and he shirts his eyes to t, WIENERS BEEF
tLN o
Yonkers la America get Information. Some parents the floor, the wall, and floor to ; .w PKG.
There is no one day that\ can went to headquarters or to the window and so on i AlMltURS1ASTYCDRNISIf-1hIoA,|. Sirloin Tip I
pinpointed as the beginning.But city manager to salt what tt was He has a high IQ abovt 130. 89
It was last year, in the sum all about But he haunt dons well In I.
mer. It began with Just a few "The 'second\ Visit ",,'4 go toInterview school, at least not as well u GAME HENS59' ROAST Lb.
boys. tht parent Then his sisters and brothers. I
On. was a boy of whom'gnat we'd tell them, 'Sir, your daughter "Why I don't know," he said i
things were ,expected But the, has been described as one of "I mean. at first 'it was excite 100% PURE BEEF: FRESH GROUND
unrulineis of adolescence, the the kids using narcotics. And ing. Those people may sound
last, puzzling time ol being, a some- boy In a man's body, of being you are wrong.- Not'my kid. \\h'\! : __ Hamburger 3 *s 99
called aa adult when people Then you'd get a kid to show the AAGUSH OF FUTURE -

,demanded responsibility and Inside of the arm where he'd To this boy, the anguish of the
only when people denied been putting, the, needle into his
; future I II*! worse than anything/ I II
things i
he wanted all of kid would Zed ALARMI
him vein, and maybe the has gone through "I wish they
this found, him searching for say, That's a mosquito bite or had busted me real dirty instead BONELESS RUMP BEEF BRISKET 39
something. the' parent would say. That of 89 I BAG
: treating me sa nice I ,
Kick Whiskey and guls and doesn't mean anvthlnt he "U I'd have been STEW I
says ar- ROLLED ROAST .
drag.racing and cigarettes and PyBUCTTY SET, retried and convicted I'd h.v.lottt'n ... LL AND RIB ... LL
fighting. Bravado things, like McMahon, appointed to oKlee:
a year and been out In
walking Into a store in broad after a ..mbl1n.pnlll'tl graft eight months and that would be
daylIght, and carrying out two scandal, says he derided to It. But now they've got me with i SUNSHINE COOKIESHYDROX HOOD LIQUID IllACH 5 Be _____ I
television l sets and putting them make the situation public, evenU psychiatrists and that means CLOROX
in k-car and driving away. 'with some people would say he wassmearidg'Yonkers' the rest of my \life. Those P8Y' E.Z. STARCH '
out so-much as a hmv do you do. I'l'
reputation. centrists are driving me eraJty. i I Iulre: Or :1 p
.GLUE SMTFTVG "One of the heartbreakingthings ." WIAL.. 41c j
One kick, as they say, begets that was happening Wit Where did the money come OL 43 WAIT 21c
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another. Not for everyone. Not that when police went to a home from to pay for narcotics 'KG. -
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for every adolescent, not for the'parents wouldn't dr couldn't Crime. It was this Increase I
rIIr'kid looking for excitement, believe what they were told," that began the original police SUNtlTE CANNED
or'status. But for this one that McMahon lays, Investigation. '
Wit the way It was 'There were By late'August, Commissioner The reaction to the narcotics l1c MONOGRAM
the tlajn of, secret cigarette Mt'Nahot\.tPOrtlft, police were' outbreak took many forms. One I TOMATOES siEYimtSH I
puffing and then glue snltlngIcents able to obtain evidence\ arrest wa4 the black last observed by 3rl ALARMI .
; : for a tube of modelairplane 3 of the 40. They have' not .yet Msgr, Metowskl and some 400 RICE I 3&45C
glue and the ,days of come. to trial!, member ''of'' his 1,500: .member RY LGRP ,. .., ,, -
footballs the Yonkers' version :QUESTION AROSE I pariah This Is an act of penancein I
: two yellowlackets, or With the public admission of which neither food nor water B BREAD 2 LOA va ,33SHURflSSH SOUTHERN SW
aembutal capsules, followed by dope usage mushrooming one of I U\ taken for 12 boon .
r'tmudy swig of some cough Its most desirable neighborhoods School Supt. Stanley S, Wynstra t
medicine elixir, and then TUNA .21c.
or a the question next arose: and Dr. Sidney Kbrnbech.
benffle, or benzldrene pIlL Then I Why? director of physical! education ...... WI
It.Was pot marijuana and Magr. Edward BMowskt. a health and welfare, told about BISCUITS 3.25e
finally, heroin. spray of gray \hair on a nearly school programs to make "nar I I
There were no sleazy pusher bald head, leans upon his cane l'Otlc..proof boys and girls." i
Involved The boys who bought and says, In what he accurately This relied on emphasis of dope JIM DA'4Dt
the dope usually went to Her voice, dangers through lecture, films, / IIERSlIEt'S
describes\ as his raucous Id
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lem; about IT miles south of "It 1s because w* are truly\ In an discussions, slides, tap recordings I ; GRITS 5s,37e ALARYM I II
Yonkers, ail made contact with era of sensate culture." booklets, pamphlets. .11..1.1
pushers "* Seventh Avenue and ear old pastor of the Catholic, Jewish and Protestant M.' "
2JJt'StJeeta, or 143 Street. As ChDJ'Christ the King says churches and ,synagogues .. II :t< t
molt and more boys and girls this' means it Is a time of gorging asked police to send experts to AMERICAN IUUT1 5 LB. : .
became, Involved, the transaction the senses and ignoring the meetings to explain the dangers I .2U 7DZ 29c BAG f ;,
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grew A 10&4"-2S bags, spirit.Some ,of she 40 youngsters and to tell parent what to CREAMED CORN .u..r.:
or enough for 25 shots would are members, ol hU par watch for In determining whether EN
be bottht for about ITS. This ish. children are using narcotics j
would tj cut with milk sugar or To find an answer we must I Commissioner McMahnn announced I RUTA 49cI j I
some other tiller ,to double the begin with ourselves, each of us. i that the Westchester\ 120E 39c
quantity., Mental Health Service In White CORNED BEEF
MEET IN PAR- And self. ,I Aa above spiritual all must leader ilk of my.this I Plains would undertake rehabilitation .. .... .. .. . . .. .1.U. CAN ..)". .

When there! was something parish, my conictence is dis of any users brought M t L cut (u_,"i.s. wise-.sa "' I
going to happen, we'd meet in turbed. It .1 am doing my fun forth by parenta. la an. there I .
Untermeyer Park. near theCrow's duty, how then did these children were six referrals, two from BEANS..2 uNS25
Nest, which Is like a get that way?" Yonkers and most of them GREEN i
tower that looks over,the place, Dr. Sheldon Caylla, directorof through a single physician.
and, get a fix," says one boy the WeMchester County Mes Police officials called for I I
who-\ was using narcotics. Why Iii Health Service says the legislation: to broaden law enforcement .
sucH\ public places, even in secret emergence of such behaviorwas techniques, contend KIRKITANDS MLL
and at night "BO surprise la a psychological tog that courts are too lenient
'"You' know what would Bap- sense : with those brought before them. I FRENCH : I

pea>> In t J5 neighborhood U a ICEH n>eymrWe McMahon says; -n::' my IV .1 0
whole gang came out of a houseat "" know that the adolescent Investigation.. I do ted ciidr --.r:
night? The roof tan ta. An. la going to teat JWimelf. whetherbe Yonken 1* especially unique. '
th fe tomWes shuffling out. la to the ghetto or la the suburb. ,We know, Jar example, that this FRIESl .
i ThCa 'why we' went to the The adolescent has the. one group of 40" bad connections I .
problem ,of Hading himself! la 100 miles away. How many
.Si. (he'clandestine meet- society. He dotsnt really know' youngsters may be Involved la
tags In t'ntermeyer Park or at yettIO he Is or where he ,Is. It ether communities la Wentchee-
ether hangouts,\and despite'the Is a period In which there Is a tee'or on Long bland I do not I SPAGHETTI c'' I
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endfeu clutter of looseattheteenagers protest against tit* entablUhed know.
ttte, ''Sut.1 am convinced there 10
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meth >coder agalaat authority lot tuow' '7.0&.
I\'IIfIf' of :dope ,parties e sped '.Deually the first torn of this spa, other suburb at mnvlort I
notice by police and parents.> Is 1. early\ smoking er b sexpractices ; end wealth and,, privilege all I MACARONI NI '' .-
'TWKD ACCIDENTALLY or we el an automobile. ever the United States where
and effleUJs also QvtaHry M..... Reserve1 Mm em*TseneVy.Way_
foe stumbled on the situation Using Eareotloe to one form parents may '

fa late i" says,retmary Penlel or F. UeM'eeryh4wch this of such think protect.'they weal The ones get who booked de be"Ignorant among thetr of a narcotics children problem L. '. IIIINEW .. - -

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