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No. 51 VoL 8 Monday, October 26, 1964, j.De nd, l10rlda 32720


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Florida's Secretary of State, Tom
Adams, will be the guest speaker to- Greeted By 100,000

morrow at a noon luncheon meeting *

Volusia sponsored, by the civic clubs of West czi

The meeting will be In the Stetson v

Union building and the public is in- A

vited to attend. Tickets, at $2 each, ORLANDO tAP) President nothing like the unruly mob Sometimes! they! chanted, ''We today at Florida, Georgia and Johnson tall

will be available at the door. Those Johnson got, a big welcome la scenes which Johnann encountered want Barry." Always they South Carolina. I "The Issue was clearly drawn

planning to attend are urged to arrive V Florida today it he swung Intoa Sunday In Miami. waved Goldwater banners At.. In his text for an outdo rludl.nt'l In this state Programs to pro.,
ticket sales will end when tour of southern states where
early since PLEDGE: MADE
'
Orlando Johnson .
dedication ceremonies In Boca: at tact older people against then
the number of reservations made by backers of Barry Goldwster Th President, In his Orlando choice of the Nov. I
Raton for Florida Atlantic University said a major)<< crushing costs of Illness were
the committee has been reached. claim considerable strength. speech! promised "a new char.ter a security helicopter J election Involves the future of attacked. The entire Social gee
Adams' talk, billed as non-political, Many thousand lined a mile of opportunity for older chased away two small planes older Americans. curtty system supported by
will detail the constitutional amend- motorcade rout through Orlan Americans Florida la a haven trailing pro.Goldwater banners Harking back to a Goldwater every president of both partiesCtlM4
ments that will face voters on the Nov do and crowded Into a shopping for tens of thousands of retired Johnson aimed his campaign campaign speech In Florida, ( M Pit Tw.> ::
alsois vp center parking lot when John. people.Secret.
3 general election ballot. Adams
m ion began the day'a five,city Service agents and
expected to discuss possible reformsof
campaign tour. police had to strain their backs Culm Included
the election laws.
Sheriff Dave Starr estimated against an enthusiastic crowd to
Dr, John E. Johns business manager lOO.flOO turned out to tee the get! Johnson Into his hotel for an
at Stetson University, will serve as President overnight stop In Orlando. In
master of ceremonies and will intro- The people were orderly and )Miami officers! became violent!
duce the guest:( SECRETARY OF STATE ADAMS decidedly friendly and there! was .. they struggled to extricatethe Soviet CanadaIn
Pre.ldeDfrom, well wisher ,

Including Flights To Mars ,a. LM SHOVED,

Johnson got a healthy shove
t'Mnnll Miami policeman who, Wheat DealMOSCOW 1.
without looking, went all-out to
enforce orders against permitting .

Seven Launches people through the presidential CAP) Th !Kremlin TIM said the meeting took
Major Space entrance of the DuPont 's new leaders! continued a place "the ether day" at the
Plain hotel. Johnson war staggered series of meetings with foreign border' town of Blaloveza Pushy.
I but did not lose his footIng Communist party officials todayto cha.
.
try to quiet the'spreading A delegation of the French Nine; Mariner Kilted
On' member et the White Communist which has .
unrest over the ouster of Nlkita party,
Hou e. press! corps, William R. Khrushchev, declared' It wants to know the HUELVA. Spain AP-Nni
Scheduled At Cape KennedyCAPE McKa of the Houston Tex) Khrushchev' successors announced truth about Khrushchev's fate, US. marie died today In (M*
Chronicle and Tort Worth Stan they had conferredwith arrived In Moscow aver the blaring wreckage of two W4
Telegram was carried oft bodily the Communist chiefs of weekend An Austrian Red mission helicopters which collided and
by police when he tried t to enter
Poland as Red delegations from arrives today and representatives crashed! while participating m la u
I the hotel. Spectators and other France, Austria and Italy converged of the big Italian massive US,-Spanish amphibious .
CAPE KENNEDY (AP) agency! plans to launch a of the Centaur and 'Titan 3A I booster rocket twice wit removed aeusmen! were roughed up on the Soviet capital to party are expected Tuesday, maneuvers near hex*.
Seven major' launching, Project! Gemini capsule on a space rockets; the Tiros f from Its launch pad because Johnson called his Florida reception find out why Khrushchev war Hungary' Communist party
Including two Project Mariner final unmanned flight to qualify weather satellite, and a radiation of hurricanes, and several wonderful "1 haven't and Communist echoed the Kremlin position The helicopters with. scores.
I spacecraft ticketed for Mars are It for manned missions scheduled .sensing Explorer scientific weeka delay resulted! when the sees a sourpuss all day"-but dumped chief as \premier and what lies Sunday with criticism" of 're. of similar craft from the Invasion .
scheduled next month at Cape to begin early next year satellite rocket! was damaged by light ha ran Into vocal Goldwatersupporters grtltahle mistakes' duringKhrushchev's fleet offshore, ware preparing
Kennedy.! Other shots on the schedule! The tint Mariner Mars fling at every stop. head. reglms. But the to land tn the drop area
AILING
Late in November, the space are orbital development flights launching Is set for Nov. 4. The __ BUUjOV Budapest along a rocky escarpment when
circulated In Moscow communique\ praised
second could be fired as early Reports they collided at aa altitude of
as two days later, depending on WITHIN 2,000 MILES OF RED CHINAU.S. that Mikhail A. Sualov, the top the fallen leader's fight against about 100 .....
DISTRICT 1 REGULATIONS I Communist theoretician who led Stalinism' and his campaign lelfptac.tuI
how well No.,1 lane Both caught fire and were
the attack on Khrushchev<< has eontatenee.'
November! marks one of the burning furiously when they hit
I with klitaey -
rare occasions when Mars Is in been boapltaUnd the rocky hill. Twelve Marinesaboard
position to receive an unmanned NuclcaV] Bombers trouble and a recurrence e4. the !toe machines managed
Public Hearings Begin visitor from! earth The next tuberculosis. Some non Communist \ hitIUI" $800 NettedAt l is make thruway out of
suggested
opportunity will be In December observers the flames and a 13ta war tea.cued .
1968, might primarily polity badly Injured.
Each Mariner payload Is to Ita!. an from the
: Arc The dead Marinas
Stationed
Over travel about 350 million miles laSV On Guam I Communist party First Secretary Auction 2nd U.s. Marine Division wars
Proposed Zoning $.month Journeys to Mars. Leonid ,,1. Brethnev and not Immediately Identified.
During 30.minute flybys within premier AlexH N. Koeygln -
10,000 miles of the planet, each traveled to the Polish border to
is to snap 20 television pictures WASHINGTON The first public hearing\ on the No maps showing the proposedresidential and gather scientific data. United Stattt has posted! a and carry. much more of an party chief Wladyalaw Omul- For ParadeApproximately 'A
OIUNKE (AP
proposed tentative zoning resolution agricultural, commercial The launchings will be the squadron of 13 : heavy Jet atomic wallop thaa the B47s. ka. and Premier Josef Cyranklewlcs. TM. ) -
for District 1 got underway and other types of districts most difficult attempted byunmanned nuclear rlm" the Island The B32 also fly faster and The Soviet news agency ..rt.. of gas explosions rocked:
available of Guam within about 1000 two ef a string of six petrochemical
today. are as yet. U.S. spacecraft. Jack higher.
Only a handful of people attended CAREFUL STL'DYAborts N. James, Mariner project miles of Red China, It was This is the first time that the' MO was cleared "plants near this aouta--
this morning session lathe reviewed the resolution manager for the Space Agency'sJet learned today. long.range B32 have been deployed Soviet Chiefs from the auction staged lauunday east Texas ell city Sunday.
,Volusia County Commission and Propulsion Laboratory saysthere The unpublicized move, made overseas.! The other 100 night in raise funds toward Two workers were killed and
by pointed! out
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conference room. inconsistencies, need for clarifications Is a better than 50 percent lad spring, places the IS BMs navy Jets are stationed la III costs et this year's Christmas IT Injured, only M' seriously
N. D. Aberts Jr. DeLand attorney lack of definitions chance that at least one of about 9.000 miles closer to Communist Unite dates, halt of them oa'runway Continue Tall Parade In DeLand. Ruptures In pipeline carrying;
specific
Board Mrs. Betty Kites: chairman of highly' volatile gas apparently
told the Zoning could the craft will succeed. China than when they alert" and ready for
and sections which
that news releases of the meeting result In law suits. : The' unmanned Gemini flight were based In the United Stales. takeoff! within IS minutes, the Christmas Parade Fund, said caused the blasts, but company
should have been given as He questioned the definition of has been delayed numerous The squadron sent to Guam !NO ADDtnOM Over Unrest that proceeds from the auction, officials said they were onrelat
few people read the legal adver subdivision, pointing out a man times because of technical and replaces a unit of older medium No additional B3Ja are ached- have now \pushed the funds more ed. Neither firm shares an/
tisements.Aberts Contlnu4 Pwra. Tw., """* weather reasons. The Titan 2 Jet B47 bombers. BS2s have at uled for overseas deploymentthis than halfway to the goal ol factlltlta.flleorctLntv. 1 i
prefaced hi. criticismsand as year, the Air Force Mid WINNIPEG. Mae UP) 11.000.
recommendations on the 30- Asked the reason for sendingthe Russia has bought 101 million mrrMT: err Upheld
page proposed regulations\ by 1) KUs to Guam, the Air bushels of wheat and wheat" Biggest single cost In. stagingthe
saying 'Many statutes rarely Force said the purpose Is 'tit flour from Canada, the Canadian annual parade", le for out .f- WASHINGTON (AP) The
affect the citizens, but this resolution more effectively utilize the aircraft Wheat Hoard announced town hands, one of the chief. Supreme Court Iplltld today.
will affect practically ," today atti act Ions. validity of a Virginia\ .law ..*
everyone! In their\ dally life. You &I "JrtM The type of 1132 stationed MI The rash sale Is w. r 111 Mrs. Fates said that, discount. quiring that divorce decrees'
can't be ton rareful" Guam has an effective opera- around 121 million Ing "pledges which .had not yet slate the race of the 'u.bandIan"
coMMrNn'FEAeEat tine range of more than. 1000 Shipment will be made been fulfilled funds I I' hand at-! wives.Two .
George W. Simons Jr. planning miles with the fuel It carries la through St. Lawrence and Atlantic ready total approximately 11,800 Negro women appealed
and zoning consultant of Us own tanks, ports starling, next or man from a decision by a special
Jacksonville, who prepared! the Refueled by serial tankers, month. The sale Involve TAooo ,. Contributions may be made at three,Judge federal court tn
proposal, commended Aberts for the tight jet 832. ran extend long ton of wheat and tile Christmas Parade Fund of. Alexandria. Vs. The special
his careful study and constructive their rsnges by thousands of 23.000! long ton of flour, flee IU E. Indiana' Ave. which court aid that vital statistic
criticism\ of the plan. Aborts mil.... Under the contract the wheat Is being volunteers.The "obviously are aided .by denotation
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was the only one to speak during r Each B3J can. carry a brace of and flour can be shipped to staffed he staged on \ In divorce decree ef IIIe
this morning's .....Ioft. Others ,, the heaviest soclear" ,weapons In Cuba as well M the Soviet Union. Saturday, Dee.! I, at 2 p,m. race el the partlea.
waited for this afternoon.! the UJs\ arsenal weapons .
Copies of the plan are available V parking epl lflllve equivalents of (TT4k slrlrsivtll: a..rwwq
from the Zoning Board at 24 million Urns ef TNTFurthermore *
Th Wheat Bard announcement
$1 a copy to cover the. cost .ef. : ; B32a: are fitted did\ tot specify\ how mad
te launch Hound Dog missiles.
printing r= wII4 of the wheat and flour would be
Then! alltl..arII..ded mbiUetra
diverted to Cuba, which has

Guard PostedAt Pr than. Mast MO miles ground. tram targets their 1MtbIInIhf'n. more-- economic Nlkolsl ties Belousov with Russia, a highrsaklng Be Particular!

officer of the Soviet

Embassy Crsla Board, segotlated the

Seville Theft sale at the here.Belnusnv Wheat. Board headquarters

KHARTOUM Sudan AP) I
\ war a member of
Sudanese squads guarded gw- : ,. : Is the /Ruaalaa team that aegotlat-
eminent buildings and the u.s. Reported ed last falls twestage. :EtmiOlon -

Embassy today to forestall ,bushel! wheat purchase LIVE IN
further riotous demonstrations v Ru'k'' restaurant In 1ev1JJ.I from Csnsda. The l 500mWlnr.
by university students who ,?> I was robbed lest light el M* entire 14 sale was the legged single .
stoned windows of the embassy I I stork of Uqanr" amounting wheat disposal to CanadianBlatory. :
and attempted to burn It ever u \In "erll thousand dollars. .
the weekend. Shope owaed by o m Deputy Sheriff Beryl I Nettsald The Soviet Uslon had .. buy BREEZEWOODPARK
foreigners aIM were attacked I that John BOTH, finger wheat because ef a crop faOnre
Student .Ire had been directedat print expert lor the sheriff's ob which Mdnubtedly contributed
both foreign elements and Ore, Is livettlgaftnf to Nlkita Xfcraihchev'i recent
President Jbahim Abboud'. Detail* were.sketchy *t press downfall.
military government In five time a* Burton had not returned The Cuba provlslne la the
lead e-f disorders that left at 10 the office. Nettle' said that sew contract ram as v aor-
six persons dead aid 71 preliminary Investigation poistst price.. Something similar was
Injured.N tw< suspects. They were *" la the last agreement..
o American were among Identified.How It'* assumed' here the Las
the casualties. I Ue burglar entered and atlas will trade Canadian wheat
Tie trouble apparently wu removed the stock was not re I* Cuba possibly" (or ape ta a
triggered by official\ suppressive\ pant Nettle eaUmefed fast straight barter deal.
ef a student meeriag last week ID* value of la* liquor Ukm weat CORDON HOLZMAN
lor dlscuMlM of problems el the all least from HJBO to M,OnO.DrpvlUe Stutter I. Named
PREPARED FOR THE CARNIVAL -Thew youngster are prepared forth
amUhrra Sudan where an sailMoelNn
.... are a.uc.I'I" '-' BUILDER fc DEVELOPER
revolt smoulders annual Halloween Carnival dated to begin at 4 pm. Katurdiv at Detnpal Brewiter (.. "'" of hoiMelMld went, TALUHASSCK Secretary
among Africa rroe uwL School rrounda, Th. t'Vtnt'Wtll be sponsored by the school'ParentTeacher vatoedat SIM been tk. M ft el Stale Tern Adams today tar PHONE 7753245VI
aeftirliil D.*... Council. ,A Halloween costume contest will highlight the event and all children who I CfVIrf t ..,.,.. at! OO M. Clara wmse4 the mmlulMUc el
w.e.eatweae rHen.erVOe.Th. Pied tM If. attend in costume will be eligible lot the prize Judging will be at S pm Offering i Ate ThW theft aroused before G. C liens el OLd a* anwmlwe'

..... WeerteeKiss|*>anWeML a preview of their costume are kit W right David Wojf, Bryan' Hardy and Karen i Saturday sad .t la a swpect of the Vetusu County
was taut, <4rJ Hardy. See Story on pi 2. (Sun News Stall Photo) ) fcettkSMtd, Library Board.



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I GM Is Still Hobbled'By

reported .y AP Mid the
local Reynolds and Ce. efflrt.
Kills U. S. Selective strength pushed the
I stock market- !higher early thU Local-Level Strikes
afternoon despite weakness In .

SAIGON, Viet Nam (API)-A Military auto stock Trading was fairly

Us Air Force pilot and hi* the plane! er active.

Vietnamese copilot 'were killed about half Subatantfal'caln.tile rails, chemicals among, someof oils, DETROIT (AP Despite Ing had given "overwhelming
In the crash of their AlE Sky Cambodian coppers and farm Implement ending of a 31-day national ratification" to a new three-

raider today on a mission announced helped advance the market av walkout against General Motor year national contract
against the Communist VietCong It* erages. Corp., the giant of the automating STRIKE ENDED
30 miles northeut of Sal. shot down industry war hobbled today that
General Motors however The UAW announced the
gon. The cause was not Immediately engine plane wiped out Its gain of IK made by local-level strikes that national strike was "terminat

determined. the same Friday In advance of Dews that threaten to snuff out pew open. ed," but, at the same time, said
U.S. military sources, In reporting bodian aide GM workers had voted to ac tions. the 28 local unit which had not
thla Incident, said six Mondolklrl cept a new three-year contractafter The question of when the com reached at-the-plant working
other Americans were woundedIn a 31-day strike pany that normally turns out agreement which supplementthe
widely scattered actions Sun. Settlement of the strike was more than half the nation' new national contract would stay
day and today The roll of well discounted and trader automobile might get any assembly

American combat dead In Viet "sold on the news." line going; again wa out.At the time 102 of the UAW*
Nam rose to 213 Coppers rose on the bails of i unanswered One company 130 unit In CM' empire had
American official reported a For a pother record: high la the P source guessed: "Within a couple reached local-level settlement
fwip-englne U.S. Air Force world price of copper and then of day, maybe." With announcement of the
transport shot down Saturday boost Anaconda's sales priceIn The United Auto Worker national strike' ending, CM
apparently was hit by ,Cambodian At the United States for Its union announced Sunday night called back maintenance and

fire and not by the Viet Chilean copper that 95 of 97 local union report- make ready crew in the Ponttac s
Cong. The 023, airdropping Steels were a shade higher on
Division at Pontiac Mich.
,
supplies for a U.S. Special I The anual balance as steel production was
TWO INJURED IN CRASH-Two were injured slightly in a traffic s. the Buick Division at Flint,
Force camp, crashed and sponsored by reported likely to continue at persons
burned and all the eight Americans Council at the ,present heavy pace. accident early Sunday evening on VS. 17 Just north of DeLand the Florida Highway Mich., and the Buck-Oldamo- ,
aboard were killed. School, will The Associated Press average Patrol reported. Tzitske E Zltman, range City driver of one of the (cars and blle-Pontiac plant in Kansas

STATE OF WAR ground at 4 of 60 stocks at noon was up Margaret Ann Hu&sey, 707 Pin Tree Court DeLand passenger in the other car, CapsuleOf City, Kan.
Louis G. Seaton GW vice
It appeared that U.S. ground All children .8 at .333.1, putting It above Its were treated at West Volusla Memorial Hospital Arthur A. II, Ft. Lau.. for and Its

and air force operating alongCambodia' tend the latest record high. Industrial derdale driver of the second car, was charged by Trooper C. Croon: with failureto EventsIn president chief negotiator personnel, aid there
will 1.1 rails .7
frontier In prize. were up up and
were a
have his under control. The said rammed into the
most original utilities up .4- car report Croyton's car rear would le other callbacks, but he
virtual state of war with that of the Zitman (shown above which had to make a turn. to
avowedly neutralist kingdom. girls' The Dow Jones Industrial average car ), stopped Damage wu unable to pinpoint them
each car was $800 the report concluded. Immediately, "and I don't think
Cambodia has charged, mean at 5 p.m. at noon was up 1.35 at DeLand
while, that planes coming from Hamburgers 878. 7. but still below its record anybody els* can, either."
South Viet Nam have strafed will be closing of 881.30 mad. last The UAW said It knew only

several of Its border villages. lunchroom : : Tuesday. Talks Begin Obituaries LBJ Greeted 8T. JOHNS RIVER CHAPTER that the. 28 local unit without

American authorities positive Coffee and Prices were generally higher 917, National Association of Re- at-the plant agreement poel.
ly Identified a body recovered cones and In moderate trading on the lively were not going: back Immediately.
tired Civil Employes, will meet
at'the frontier a* that of U.S. be available. American Stock Exchange. Over Zoning Mr*. Irma Smathera By Floridians tomorrow in DeLand at the War .
Army Capt. Herman Y. Towery The I Corporate bonds were mixed. Veteran Hall, corner E. Euclid
of Georgetown, S.C., who was carnival U.S. government bond were Mrs. Irma S. Smathen 57, S3( and S. Alabama aves. There will
alive with three Vietnamese men: mostly unchanged In quiet dealIngs New ProgramSet
captured W. Pennsylvania Ave., died at be a business meeting at 1:30:
troops In a battle with over the counter. From :Rage 1 2:30: p.m. Saturday at the Orlando rom Page 1 p.m. followed by entertainment

enemy sampans last Thursday Boys grab Air Force Base hospital All civil retiree are Welcome,
The bodies of Towery and two Dudley; girls At 11M: p.m. Stocks were. where she had been a patient e e By British
of the Vietnamese were found Dawson Love; mixed In moderately active tradIng could have 1,000 acres divide It for two months.A ha been threatened." THE WEST VOLfSIA Aunt

Saturday.The William ; than with under more Issues up fraction In two and under the definition resident of DeLand for 11 Johnson said voluntary participation BON SOCIETY will hold ill first LONDON (AP) Prime :Minister
C123 went down at the Mr*. Ernie ; Westinghouse pedal Elec.pressure.was 43 given, hi* land would be sub :yean, she wa born June 8, "would destroy Social meeting of the "lIOn.tomorrow Harold Wilson's- new Labor

frontier about 130 miles north Mrs. Frank ; unci".; Amer.. Tel. 68tf\ ,up H; divided. lOOT in :Menominee, Wls. Security as we know it." at 7:45: p.m. la the Florida Power government announced a
of Saigon. throw Mrs. ; Anaconda IIT% up !Ht Gen. Motors He recommended that the resolution She 1 fa survived by her husband In speech after speech, the President Home Service Center. weeping new emergency program .
sale, Mrs. : 100>% off IHi: Chrysler 60% specify more "primary James L. Smathera, De- ha accused Goldwater of Miss J. Burnetts Hallowell today designed to reducea
Police Probe store Mrs. ; off tt. uses" of property contending Land; two daughters, Roxanne threatening to destroy Social will show slides of birds the t2-bllllon gap between Brit
tickets, Mrs. ; Ooodyear 4TH off U : Dupont that the proposal. stated what Plaskow of Philadelphia, and Secutlry by making voluntary. group expect to see on Its first ain' earning and spending
fish pond, ; 271% off %f Texts Gulf Sulpsur CIA be done but "everything else Miss Suzanne Smathert of De- DIFFERENT CAUSE field trip. Following a brief business broad.

Thr e Wrecks} shooting ,. I 57% off 1l{ ; Comsat 39H ,off ". I.I excluded." Land: one son, James B. Smathen Saying, "I Intend to follow a meeting, members of the A
Tatum; Under this method, he laid, audience will relate their bird government statement said
I N Y Central J53H up W i Beth. Washington D.C.; two sla different course, Johnson noted the
well; food, I Steel 41% off 14t! Union Carbide the propery owner hat to spend ten, Mrs. Lydia Hawkes of Madison Democratic-sponsored measures experiences of th summer. All program, to be put Into
A motorist was Injured slightly and Mrs IMS off 2%I ltd. Oil of N J 19 I money to seek a variance, hire Wls., and Mr*. Olga Dah- to expand Social Security and person Interested in bird or: effect Immediately, Includes:
in one of three traffic accidents house, 1dJI.: ; u, ". attorney and incur other cost len of Detroit; one brother, Elmer promote housing for the elderly. conservation are Invited to at L Tax surcharges on Import
investigated by DeLand throw, Mrs.. f : ; On the American Exchange to make use of his land. Stlndt, Detroit, and three "ThU Is Jut the beginning," tend.Drawing. to,curb spending oversea
police over the weekend it was white 2. Tax concession for exporter
CONFLICTS NOTED
;
Massey Ferguson was 27H grandchildren.
he aald. "I offer a new charterof
reported. duck pond unch.; Data Control. off Abcrts cited several section to boost overall earning.
lye 2pin. for older Amer. .
Funeral services will be at opportunity
Donald E. Brackett 1300 E. electronic I and Brazilian Traction 4y4 off %. where there II I a conflict in front Tuesday In the Chapel of icans." Set 3. Formation of a Commonwealth
Wisconsin Ave., suffered alight Hunter. and side set backs required in export council.
Injuries about 1:30: p.m. Saturday Mother I Ii different residential and commercial Memories of Lankford Funeral He promised "a senior citizen The statement estimated the
when the car he was driving i lie Brewster i Noon Sloclts district He also questioned Home with Pastor Charles Ja- volunteer group" within the Red CrossThe nation' 1964 trading account swill
cobson of Faith Lutheran Church Peace Corps and the antipoverty By show Britain
collided with another car at the why there were so many will have
a driveway entrance on E. New booth. .LII.'I. conditional UI... officiating. program, medical care for spent about $2 billion more
York Ave.DrIver The 1 AUUCaaT ae 22ft AmilsU uituarv Cr..e 8315 William Sherman, attorney for Pallbearers will be WUU.m' the aged under the Social Security semi-monthly Red Cross abroad than she win have

of the second car, scheduled to Alcoa 80% IntNlck 85ft the board, noted that because of Woodlock, David Singer, Albert program and other meas blood drawing will be held tomorrow earned
Frank L. Jarvis 833 E. New articles, AmAlr 47VAmBrk IntPap 36ftJontiAL the scattered areas in Well Vo- Beiom, John R. Lawrence, Norman ure. In the Red Cross rooms Economic Minister George
York Ave.. was not hurt, according and special : ? Slji MH lucIA and use to which land, already J. :Mortimer and Fred Ly: He said voter have a choice of the' Fish Memorial Hospital Brown spoke of the need for "a
to the report ins with the : AmCan 43J/\ KalaAl 31ft I Ia permitted, that comU ter befweeij) building on gain of the from 4 to 7 p.m. Everyone between strict review of all government
Damage to both car was $310. broidered on AmCyara'l3 'Ken'cott *5 bond uses were provided aftera 'Burial'win ,be In DeLand Memorial past "or tearing down all we the ages of 21 and 59 lit expenditure."
No charges were filed. 'All adult Ami lot 16 HATT DgAMy 87% hearing Gardens. have done, leaving our citizen good health 1* eligible. The statement said the gov
In a second accident Saturday vited to 68V Loch'd 31ft Tie failure of the regulation The family request that, in to face a retirement of fear and ernment's economic program
a car driven by Robert G, Jacobs Thoman I I. AmTob n' Lorlllard! 43ft to permit college In any area lieu of flowers, donations be hopelessness and poverty." The special drawing conductedat also Includes borrowing from
1039 N. Hill Ave., reportedly the carnival AmpxCp 17% Mag'vox 34ftMplsHon while allowing other type of made to the Cancer Fund. Johnson' only formal! speech Roehr Products the) West the International Monetary
struck one driven by AlbertaJ. Anaconda I7H 124MM4M schools also was noted by Sunday war at the dedication of Volusla Chapter of tile Red Fund to bolster the pound *ter-
Johnson 612 W. Howry Ave. Armour 93ft aflft Aberts. Sherman aid because Carl ZennerCart the $3 million campus of Florida Cross on Friday produced 12 ling.Britain
NO INJURIESThe i Babcock MBJkO Mohasco 14ft college require large tract of Atlantic University in Boca Ra pints. This drawing was In can draw up to SI

accident happened at the News 40VJDethSa Moni'to 134 land, this Is bandied separately. Zenner, TO, 125 N. Kentucky charge of W Thomasen. billion from the fund providedshe
entrance to a driveway on W I 41H MontWd 41ftNatDalr Aberts protested the regula Ave., died at 1:50: p.m. ton.There the President drew Those donating blood were repay It within a stated
.New York Ave. Damage to both Boeing 03 83ftNatDlst dolt which specified that owner period.
yesterday at a I local nursing cheers when h. said: LaMar T. Allen Odetta Black-
.car war 430.: No Injuries were Borden 77MBrunswk 28ft of sub-standard sized lots located
of welder
home where he had been a patient "The proud achievement the William R. Brown, Kenneth
reported and no charge were 1% N.ArnAv Sift on a "recorded subdivi for two days GX Bill (for veterans of World I. Barnes, Fred L. Edwards, Ike 'Doing Well'
filed.At. CaterTr 38 HCelantse Penney 12ft sion" be used for construction .
may Born March 28, 1894. In Buffalo War II and the Korean War Ralph F Curry; Thomas B.
5:35: p.m. Friday a car TOVi PepCola M of a dwelling if other mini. ''
11 N.Y., he was a retired bookkeeper challenge us to program of Finch, Harry Goldman, JamesC. 'WASHINGTON (AP) Former -
driven by John C. Perry, LeLand I Area Chrysler % PhtUPet 33ft mum yard requirement are met
turned Into the ContCan 52Vi RCA 33 recordedsubdivision He war a member of St.Peter' loan and cholanhlp enabling Hale;Odes E. Law!., Billy N. President Dwight D. El-
reportedly while owners of non-
and Pyne, James K. Newton. Clf-
DowChe Catholic Church. every young man woman, senhower la "doing quite well"In
77H
path of one driven by Joseph RepSU 48ft Iota cannot do so.
Ave. duPont 278 Revlon Sift' He i survived by one brother- who has the ability, to move beyond ford W. Newton, Sr., Virginia L. his bout with bronchial In-
S. Peek 1103 E. University SECTION irrr
37 in-law, P. J, Wegner, DeLand.Rot.ry the high school lrv l.nJohnson' Shelton and Marinua Zltman. fiammatlon.
The collision occurred on N. EAL % RtvTob 47ft" He pointed out that many people
Boulevard at University Ave. The' EJCodak LW4Firestone Seaboard 56ft purchased land from another will be Mid at 7:30: stop In Miami warto Dr. Robert 0. Hitter wa the Doctors at Walter Reed Hoc
Total damage was $73 and no tomorrow at 43H Sears 103ft owner by footage and not p.m. tomorrow la the Chapel ef attend a reception for state attending physician pltal gave that report Sundayand
Injuries J I were reported. No loon FlaPw 50VFlaPAL Socony 87SperryR In A recorded subdivision. He Memories of Lankford Funeral and city official and party leader said Elsenhower' hoarse
charge were filed. This will SI lift called this section "discrimina Home with Father John Rodgers *. Girl Is ArrestedA voice had shown tome Improve
meeting and Ford 61 StBrand Tt\ tor as the man with the unre officiating ment. He had a painful cough!
Cof; C Directors I guest are u FreptSul 44 ItONJ 18% corded) subdivision land must one son, William T. Newell, Lan 17.year-old Negro girl was and difficulty In speaking when
FruehTr SJViGenDyn Itudebak Ift pay a fee to obtain a variance, WillianTM.West cuter, Pa.; two sister, Mr*. apprehended late Friday by the he entered the hospital last
Slate : The Have 39U Swift Uft hire a lawyer, advertise and at William Stanley and Miss Lela manager of Neither'' Store, whd Thursday.
Meeting will meet at : Penn R3HQenFd Texaco 87ft tend a hearing to do what bit William M. Welt $0, 19 Newell, both of Monroeton, Pa., signed an affidavit charging. her His doctor acid they thought
row at the 8.1 Thlokol 13ft neighbor up the street 1* not required Angeles Road DeBar)', died at and two grandchildren. with abO JUtllr.I: he would be able to go home by
DeLand's Chamber of Commerce Mrs. George GenMIUs 44HOenMtrs UCarb 138ftUnltAlrc to do. 4:20: p.m. Saturday at Seminole Funeral services will be at 2 DeLand police said a pair of the end of this week.
win elect officers foe 1965 son Ave. : 101% W54UnFrult Hubert 8. Talton chairman, Memorial Hospital, Sanford. pm. tomorrow In the AllenSummerhlll hoes and a dress were found la
at'a,: directors meeting at 7:30: Goodrich\ 60% 18 noted that In the past, these lot where he had been a patient for DeBary Chapel\ with a large handbag which the' girl! Strike Continues
tonight In the Chamber building Goodyr 47W USSteel owner. were permitted to build 22 days the Rev Wylie F. Hen officiating. had in her possession.The .
Nine newly-elected directors The De Greyhnd 14'iGulfOll UnlvMat l/Y4\ Born In Chester England, he girl! will appear la City
without getting a variance a*
will meet with a like number of ,dist DETROIT (AP) Detroit'snewspaper
59 Court the
W..taD t3y. on charge.
holdover directors to acceptDominations UNICEF the building Inspector knew the had been resident of DeBary Burial win be la Oaklawa Memorial strike went into Its
character of the land.Aberts for 15 year He was a retired Gardens, Sanford. 109th
for the office of has day today.
Springs, Sale Continues
Candy
machinist and dye-maker, and Officials At Meet
president and four vlce-pre.i children of also questioned why.the Striking Local 13 of the Printing
dent-divislon chairmen. school will DeLahd' Junior Chamber ..( owner of a few lots of nonconforming was a Christian member of Church the Cbngregallonel Sanford Mn. Theodore Lange Three DeLand officials are attending Pressmen' Union rejected
Director expected to hire wU conclude size "may" be requiredto Sunday by announced 230-
are to-house Commerce It* pre a conference of the
Is his wife
He survived by ,
Charlea Hall to serve another Wednesday Halloween candy sale tomorrow rtpUt his property to conforming Word has Vtea received De- Florida 17 vote a new publisher
League of Municipalities
Mr*. Mabel M. West DeBary.Fun.ral .
lot size when the
problem
proposal endorsed
:year a* executive director of the as It was aanowcedJaycees will be Land of the death Saturday la today in Jacksonville.. by President
services at
chamber. HaIl ha served la the will conduct! houae could b* solved by selling Trey N.Y.. ef Mr*. Theodore Commissioner H. W. (Jack) Johnson.
position two :yeari. (te.house sale In Orange Qty of.We larger lot by footage.Tbt 4:30: p.m. tomorrow In the AllenSummeram with Lange, nether ef )Crt. Walter Jahnsea and Walter Glatzaa. and The dispute, ha closed De
proposed regulation* give DeBary Chapel Oetrnsa,105 X.: Church Su DeLaad. troit's twe dally IIfWlpapera.TIle .
The proposed general budget $1 t..ba, holiday candy, aceonjlng >. dry Manager Wesley! Sweat are
the Revs Walter M Phroa officiating.
to 1965 will be reviewed by di.rectors ( \ te Bruce Gibson, chair \the Zoning Commission "or -ill hr!. Ltnge !had bees s taking part (te the Leaguesneeting pressmen and their affiliated
and a chairman for,the Sciences man af the sale.Proceed duly atithoiiied employes" dlaoretlon frequent Netter to DeLand. \ Plat*.and Paper Handler
to decide whether a permit Burial win he In Kent Ohio.Mr. Local 10 truck the afternoon
annual members' meeting la British front the salt gone b addttlea\ to Mrs. Oatman Johnson I JI a member of the
January wilt be selected. rick\ Gordon toward financing Jaycee proJeeta should be granted or denied Mr*. Lull U survived by an- statewide erfsalxatloa's resolution Detroit New and morning Free
U.S. official Gibson pointed out. "for a use DOt expreialy" permitted *. Alma H. Engel ether daughter la the aorta a,d committee. Press July 13 over term of new
or prohibited. Aborts contract
Death the '
InveetigatetlA lay three
; ington visit River Invade noted' that this allowed the board Mr*. Alma H. Engel 80. 4 grandsons. Chief Issues la the strike are
City'ZAGREB.Yugnelavta tomorrow
be
coroner'. Investigation Into Prime to delegate authority or discretion Shell Road. DeBary. died at Funeral\ service win union demands for premiumpay

the death of Neal R. Butler, 30, I Cordon : (AP) to an employe. 10:30: p.m. Sat\lrda1at'"' keiTh afteraooa at Maaar N.Funeral y, / GOOD for Saturday Bight work at,
Aberto also recommended that i in Pa. she Home, Hoosick J'al1I. the Free Press and '
Negro, who was found dead at I newsmen on Thla second city of Yugoslavia Bora Pittsburgh manpower
Fan
his home It 533 W. Mathla Ave., that he came was partly flooded early today In some area the regulation had heel a resident el DeBaryfor Burial will be la Hoosick rjX REASONS TO for printing panes at the'
fa'underway, and ao when the swedes River Java be tightened up and requirements eight year She war a member News. Washup time also I* la
Peace Justice Horace Heley, today with broke lie dikes. be spelled out more spa of the DeBary Community Kummer Service '!! AT dispute

called a* coroner requested that sql 10 ("IIIJ After two weeks of steady ,cifically. Methodist Church sad the De- hMATMER Basic wages are not at Issue.
as) autopsy be ordered. The report Treasury rains la northwest Yugoslavia Bary Civic Association. Funeral tervtoe for Mr. Pressmen are paid $1CCUS11I7
by aherltf deputies Indicated Re II swollen rivets flooded big mss Students To Vote She I* survived by her husband Amanda Kummer, a former re- -- for a 174-hour work
that there was ao evidence day with la Slovenia and Croatia. George EageU DeBary. Meat of DeUad wha died Friday week. Handler get 31*
of foul play, but because no One person drowned In Mock ElectionThe Funeral ervtos' were to be : at her home la Winter Park
Jam
physician was In attendance that Hellcoptera and boat'reecued at i pjn. today la the Allen win be at 19 '.m. tomerraw at / tad Hats Search Abandoned

aft autopsy should be made. t ; about 200 penou marooned *. Young Democrat and the Summerofll DeBary Chapel with On.Parker Fuaeral Borne WlattrPark. > 2 R2
the Rev. C N. Off officiating. Pnapt MrYiryi ST. PETERSBURG
..."' ... ) roof of house la Zagreb. Young Republican at Stetson (AP -
Three Acres Destroyed Csw hays : : Uotvtnlty tomorrow win sponsora Burial will be la West View Pa.William 4 UD or t1WfU 3 D/ e111111b1. SenIct Search was abandoned today for
I. b.e J>u, ;: Miller Set TalkTAZLA13ASGU. mock election.\ The poll will the companion el a Miami boat
:Three acre of woo d II a d Cwniway CkrutlBM an tf be open tam 9 a-m. to I p m. L. titw.UWIIIw We wW to aaa* Dr. P*We*. captain who drowsed Saturday
,burned yesterday Just north of in.801&1.A..... r .c AP>-U4tor.ed Item on the ballot will tatfedePresidential. setters*, else fte euff' M ore WWW0B }Qif IMS] aight. hie toot tugged in the aa
n
Lake Wlnnemlssett. the Florida ererrarew.. 'I M an4 aa *MrM from. the Gubernatorial and U NeweO. H. 100 Trod ve fet.eeWIerNkl. 5 toot liw Pita she rope of s new eahta erulaer.,
Fferest Service reported today. John Capitol itep* werf planned aere party preference. All student Catumfra Jt.M4. DeBary. 41" bta/s. sad pun.gtbere. far Wears .TIlt body: wu captain.! Via
"The wildfire was battled by"' Harm* today for Wljilara J.: Killer, **- are tried to take aa acted te Thursday aight at hi II ,heme.Bern sae 4.gVo eMb.ve 6 hsy kWjtt. 1drssMATHER tor S eP. fleeting
a"crew of FFS ranger for 1H puUlcaa vice| jmMeatlal candi Wrest in thla Mlectiea. to Bernice Pa... he lad wr at****. Mr*. Rafts .. beside t the 3* loot laotarboat two'
boors yesterday afternoon before J.l' ": t ; date. bees> a reside ef Dusty for ISyear NWieIe.CI. .mo! **, Coast ef a* Suashlae JJr./
bejnf brought under control. NATpte Jk L : After Miller arrival at TsJQahassee c Ain or TlUNM *. Be was a retired dispatcher ) Mrs. C. U J.k*.. way bridge aeeortUng te 1MBlDIIIereap
Cause of the blaze la unknown, ilea at.M to.r. Airport, he will be greeted We would like to ttwOi every.w from the New Yak Qty .... L r, D.emy MDCLAXDFUNilTURE Cwaty .sheriff eft-
.MUM* U 4w Ilew kwad flee.
and
by a committee aad then ride Subway Syttem wa amember Mrs. KldMb BevartMr.
..TOOLATJlTOCUUU'Y: > O.e la the motorcid to the Capitol Krn IhMvili the abt... sad of the Orange Qty Pttgrtra HI* compaaba, Robert lter*
=
mebMr.
C. U
-' SIS N death W eir beloved wife a.4kUtW. wry a Miami letter carrier sad
Community
:: to the Leon County RIo
MrtkMMM rln < On ...|... J according b W
L aTt Girl* Mr*. 9Um Law***. X. 3. MfaheJ
...ranm kt wartliim. KH w-ear'Reward. 1.1& oats 1 cbe.. _Mtk watt. aisle. Goldwater sad MBJcr. (9| N. V Levies and F*.tr/ Mr*. Ms? W KewaQ DeBary Mrs. X. W. Heleee WN JDIaIIac.Y .





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EXPERTS REPORT TO LBJ nrssa-..at pap 3 DELANO (fflOIfflA) SUN KIWI MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1961





, Soviet Prestige B licvedllljUl'cd TelevisionPrograms I i i OVER SINGER THREAT HELD 19 Accidents Lose LivesIn




DITOft-l. MOTH a Th AiiMlti4. PrtM
/ *
By Nikita-Oustet' prrm InUrmittcn I* *UB.IISr
tie .tttM* mat .. ..u.).. <. AGAINST LBJ At least 19 persons died ta
.Hint*. The *." NM* M nsot t .
.......... tor ,rri..* Mat S* "*.! r Florida I weekend accidents
.*hr* U the Mhul kst.d Plew. f .,rv M MIAMI (AP Secret which included drowning ire,

WASHTNGTOM ) the ouster of Khrushchev at.ssa ; ;;. Service agents arrested aM a plan crash and traffic
dent Johnson has dos to 1I'J:11I.T.ui": .= n, Dayt."aWWP.TV year-old folk singer
CAPJ-PrHI'1 particularly coming ao William Garnett of Fort Walton -
nuclear w .n. 0..1 .. a.\&da here for threatening tine
by government Red China recent Beach and CHan Brown Jr.
..
CII."II[ A Or1.nd. tile of President Johnson,
viet attain that the ouster of explosion has pll'Mnto\ Chinese of Milton died when their light
Premier Khrushchev bu damaged hands. It dlspta>'ed dissension MONDAY BVkNINAI >> ',rtrmt the Miami Herald said to- plane crashed and burned oa
: / III 1'.1.l of \\ .Un F.r.. dsv
the prestige of Soviet lead among Soviet leader In III Woody ""\_...k.. ) takeoff from aa airfield In Crest-
The Identified!
ership at home and abroad and contrast with the apparent solidarity lei Ira HuntS man as view.
:SI Its bare! iiamnt I hi Sports Paul S. Back, was held tn
rendered uncertain the future of the leadership under S IS (SI \.**BOMt Amos Cobb 67, and his two
course of Soviet policy toward Mao Tzetung In Peking This ( ) LM.* It" T.'. manor Dad County Jail und..rlSnoo sins Fred. 38 and Tonic 30
II) Sport. tbr. :! bond the news.paper
the West. I suggests that any aubstantlal S M ill *.-r.CII died when fire raged through: a
These are among the! principal i reconciliation between the So ,....*. lit ABC N. was set for 2:Mpm.
conclusions reached in anew viet Union and Red China would SM I:) HuetH,-m klfi Jack Bartield. a o( Hialeaa.
study of the sudden .n.a.- I i be on Mao's terms lei> 1II..rck res :>0... Jail today...tt.ndant..rIf1Pd drowned when a swamp buggy

tonal! shakeup In the Kremlin T. Khrushchev's auccevor t:** III 9tn. OrT Th.*tr* h p7 rL a Paul S, Back was being Dipped \Into a t.nalltorthw..t of

earlier this month. Other conclusions fare a serious problem In handling T:.SI /:1 U) ,rxg.M i Hrlitnl' CAiirtl m ( Mt held but declined to'lI"e Miami.
reported to the Pi Mi- relations with the so-called l Ta Tell III* Truth mole details. They said TAMPA DROffMXi

dent according to informed nonallgned countries of Asia (I) versa.th. Pea t* ChI Bottom .( w At he was arrested Saturday. Victor A. Son;'. :52, of Miami,

officials: and Africa such countries as ,M l<) Vmorntlc Commit!*. f t. h Federal agents In Miami a 23.}tar veteran of the CoastGuard

ronCX STRUGGLE India Yugoslavia, Indonesia S'M I* Ill 11) Republtmn Iv. Oot ft *ommlttv MrtS refused to discuss Back'sarrest drowned In Tampa Bay

1. The beet guess about the and the United Arab Republic. S,SO IM And tlrlfflth n t t and referred newsmen when hi apparently became entangled
.
Khrushchev was a personal Itt \ Tln' fnr frtnt e In an anchor line. A
future prospect for Khru S.M 19) And \\tllimnni + to Secret Service officer
shchev's successor Is that a I symbol of the Soviet policy of C4 l !II,,,.,. In Washington companion, Robert E. Mes r-
the nonaligned countries Ill. n.nrtrB.< VIHft .
cultivating was missing.
power struggleprobably cannotbe tC 111 Alta I'md.. .new The president was In stay
avoided. The experts say and they are understandably ii Alfred HIIl..o'kCSI. Miami Sunday ,v.nlnl.Today Killed In traffic were:
bnw agitated, their confidence Ben. Cay Tenla Joan Green 2, struck bya
that Communist party It 01 O .,..* ,
i .
. Leonid I. Brezhnev and Premier shaken by his sudden departurefrom III N..e .T car In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
ABC N...
Alexel N. Ko*>gln appear to power 11.i. m II)> M"... Mary Griffin Granger
represent the two bureaucracies *ins i:1 TonnhtIt I M Tina Diana, 3, and Nina Lynn

of the party and the government t:M lit )1..01...."l. 1, killed when their car collided
and these together with the cell .... InHistory with a train near Tsllahasae.
''
competitive Interests of the : 1el; tat D.nr 1'1"11I'4H.tll ""; SPECIAL INVITATION Alice and her friend the caterpillar, the .U of Edward Mack, 1$.Eugene Sul.

military and Industrial establishment ( Ci,ilt, Mkly TV .>.. Week Wachee's all new mermaid show extend an invitation to all Florida resident ten 1}, and ,Charlie DIxon, 19

set the stag for a'' ,fln15'r.n.n mtaiiim.1s a ruie found I In triton'AC to see their new show "Alice \Vaterland," during November Residents ot FlorIda lulled when their car went out of
.I pare *un.*y Sun New) control at aa Orlando interact
themselves with
power atrujjle. may Identify a Florida driver license or similar identification

2. Factionalism In the Soviet D.LadRadlo and be admitted to the new underwater how upon payment of a email service tlnn.Tom Mel
Max Garland, 31, of
Union tends to hurt Soviet Interests In order to to "Alice in Waterland the .
WJBS WOOO charge. encourage as many possible see er The AMoettt *. bourn, la a one car accident
,Internally and externally tip K e. ,rte_Ic.a. service charge! Mondays through Fridays will bit M) cents and on weekends and the Today la Monday, Oct.'28, the near Melbourn

The destallnizatlon program of Thanksgiving Holiday TS cents Week! Wichee is located in the center of the state 300th day of 1964. there are M Ravmond H. Evttt, M, of Jlgg

a decade ago la cited aa a cane at the west coast junction of U. S 19 and Florida :50. days left la the year, Landing killed when his ear rill
It of the Issuesover
In point. was one Pope Talk Eyed
off road Bradenton.Thomaa .
a near
which Communist China Today'i highlight ta history:

avowedly\ split with the: Soviet VATICAN ,CITY (AP ROman Record-Vole I On this data la IKS:: a parade Lettelller 13. of St.Ptll"r.ltur" .
News rrolliWashingioli killed when a ear
Union. i Catholiccircles said today vessels ltd by the canal boat struck his bicycle.

3. The violent Wl'Pnch'whlrll Pope Paul VI may make a ma. Boyled I Ii I Seneca Chief left Buffalo for William Fulton, W. of Largo,

resulted from the sudden ousterof Jnr statement on racial Integration Is Predicted New York to mark opening ot killed at Madeira Beach later
Khrushchev has displayed to during his visit to India I section.
Th* Pope I II going to Bombay" the ErIe Canal. :
the world what experts here India for the International Eu. Down iBr WASHINGTON; (AP !:Ipe. On this data In 1123, electrical Michael Brtnkman, IS. et Madeira .
term the uglier aide of Kremlin tlnn officials and qualified political genius Charles P. StelnmeU Beach, killed when his
charlatie Congress In December
politics and this has been a [ observers across the nation died at Schenectady, N.Y. I motorcycle and a ear collided la

principal contribution to the low HAL BOTLE predict a record 70S million WASHINGTON (AP) Presl In 1924 Lew Dockstader! died: I Madeira Reach

of- Soviet prestige It rendersvirtually Educator Dead NEW YORK (AP) Things a Americans will vote In the Nov dent Johnson nays that when h\ h* was the best known star of

all important,uncertain.aspectsof columnist might never know< U 3 elections first heard that a question had the minstrel show period on the : ELECTRONICMIRACLE

Soviet policy VEDA Jfm-rrlm Ml-- NEW YORK (AP) Dr. Walter he didn't open his m.UIU In an Associated< Press survey been raised about Walter W, American atage. SHEDS NEW

.4. While Brezhnev' and Ko-yg Inter lU.vato Iked of Japan A. Anderson, fit, dean of )'IIU want to quit cigarettes, then officials] and observers Jenkins morala '1 was as In 1940, In* British steamer
in have reaffirmed Khru In the SO aisles and the District Empress of Britain was torpedoed
announced yesterday he hi re New York University's School of one way to sublimate the smoking LICHT UPON HEARING
shchev's policy of coexistence: signing bfN-BUM! III 111 .health. Education died Sunday of a urge 1.1 to blow soap bubbles of Columbia estimated that shocked as U someone had told and sunk off Ireland with
the new men and their Jockey- according to The Associated heart attack. He had taught at instead But remember this: W,607,400 Americana are registered me that my wife had murcl..db..r the lou of 45 live. PROBLEMS !

tag for power could move Soviet rrena. H* ta suffering from a th. 1'nlverslry of Minnesota Don't Inhale! or otherwise qualified to daughter. In 19M, at the United Nations,
policy In the future In almost throat tnmnr which doctors Columbia's Teachers College, Vote In the presidential election.Of The President asked his longtime I U nations agreed 01II"' la Your hearing analysedpreciselyCorrect
any direction subiect only to the could heroin nncerouannlpei Northwestern University and The largeit creature that everlived this number, they predict top aids to resign on Oct. ternattonal atomic energy agency hear
limit of the Soviet Union'spower ay on land or sea la the blue TOVrt.OM: 14 within hours after Jonklns'
.. properly rented. IkaVl *- Montana State. actually will cut for peaceful<< uses of the atom, aid selected automat
a ; whale. It weighs up to 100 tons ballots two moral Ing
I arrests
position. oa charges la PST, Marshal Orgt Zhu-
h
sniuHinretneat likely f fae4 Je
,5. The Communist.ruled countries ell a. scramble for rounded by about! :JO I Cubans, u much a* 18 large ele I Many atste di) not have central became public. Johnson\ was knv was ousted aa Soviet de kail? You ete.it hear
power
of Eastern Europe have among leaden '"t hi* LiberalDem armed with plstnls and rln.... I JlIt.ntland yield., SS tons ot registration and thereforecan asked about (he Jenkins CM tense minister on charge h* a* you would with an a4!

. been given another push toward *'ratie party. rarty leader saw the guns and asid 'I give oil. only eitlmat the number ot dining a recorded television tried to work up a personality _with revolutionary new
the West by the ahakeup. This Is aald they would formally up.' Children Ire sometimes told! qualified potential voter Also, Interview aired Saturdav night cult I Aucllvox Electronic Com

evidenced by the fact that Poland crept Ikeds's resignation si When time to' leave Zeeman they suffer from "growing many stairs, di not register by the Democratic National Ta years ago Aa attemptwas Hr a free homt
Hungary Czechoslovakia a party meeting TUMd.,. said h* was given ISO gallons nf pains," but actually there Is no voter by party. thus precludinga Committee mad to assassinate puler'

aDd East Germany have In Next step would he to elect a gasoline to fly to Jamaica. From such thing. The aches art the nationwide partisan registia- As for the Bobby Baker. rut, Egvpt'a Carnal Abd" Nasser Oil,

various ways praised Khru niri-ewmr to Iked ss party there, he took a commercial airliner result of' strain or muscular non breakdown. Johnson said "I sm aura that If Five years ago A record before hat such
shchev's accomplUhments Instead president.. The) winner." ., automAtlrally to Miami with two things fatigue Th registration figure U there had bees any laws violated peacetime budget for I960! was Never precise -
of following the newKremlin would became prime In mind* a shower'and fond. OCTAN RICHTA more than. 4 million higher than. that the matter will, b4 submitted to the Russian parliament iclenuftc evaluation of

line of denouncing his mlnMer.. *Th* worst part ws!* the food.I I The world Is In ao danger of a "....,1umbPr of estimated ellgl- presented to the proper author, -the Supreme Soviet, your hearing beta possible.

fallings This Is taken to mean always got rice, chicken, ham fuel 1 shortsge. The ocean contain 'hies "prior to the 19t! >0 election tips Mr. Baker will be called to One year ago-Soviet Premier, l N.w Audivo electronic
that Eastern European leaders 1 and cheese all fried. I finally enough deuterium a heavy But the "predicted vote' ls only account and hi. aide of the rill Khrushchev Indicated the Soviet computer makes all other
Pilot Freed
are unwilling to reverse. Khrushchev's Miami got sick and then' they let me Inotop of hydrogen, to supply shout! : million above! the '','.18". will be heard and spproprlsr Union would not be a part of methods obsolete This test
relatively\ liberal pnll- cook the food myself" thermonuclear energy for hundreds 179 total vote In IM. action will be taken" a race to place a man oa the

ellI toward the Eastern European By Cuba Officials ar.rleas sil.Negro. of years.Quotable The Census Bureau. recently Baker resigned under tire I. moon given; In your home, frtt.
'
countries and that they are notables: "Glory estimated, there are. 111 I million year ago a* secretary' to Vnat.* Writ. or call for ta

dtiermlned 'tl)' look to their attonal MIAMI (ArM' n hllll Zee- : News gives herself only to these who Americans at horn and Democrats. Senate Investigators In the bucket ef the total Soviet appointment.

Interest as distinguished man, 2o.year-old Miami pilot re- r hav always! dreamed ot her" abroad of voting age But It I have been! looking Into his financial requirements., It did not have I

from- their Communist party I leaned by Cuban authorities Sun Gen. Charles clfl Gaulle.: conceded that million of then dealings much effect/ flea way or ..nth.I AUDIVOX
loyalties. day says the "worst part of the Sine Inaugurating In 1913 a would not he registered\ or otherwise er," Ball' said Sunday a radio I Uetu4 u..r pslpl..1 Aaa.iiTl >

I. To .', considerable degree detention .was the food." To Visit Deleon bonus plan for helpful suggea. eligible hecu of fall- WASHINGTON" AP) The 'Interview on the Mutual. Broadcasting naa *'k.** lid TtUrrithC .
Zreman was enrout to Colombia lions General Motors Corp has are to meet the various aisle United Slates' and the Soviet SysUm.WASmNGTON. :.mft.jt WUr Liens Cm
when he was forced to The New St. John's Baptist distributed $33,403,000 to voting requirement such aaresldenc Union have agreed' la exchange pest. Gen sM toll Tsleph.eeLab.raterlea .
.
MARION-KAY Church,'tile Rev. Harold Dixon! or W..rary.RAIN weather Information lap
last
In Cuba President
land a private plan thoughtful employes.Who (AP) -
PURE VANILLAAND week due to bad weather He pastor, and members will be Incharge needs money anymore' President Johnson In announcing Johnson plans to ask Congress

was held under hous arrest of service tonight at the Americans now writ IS billion COW th* agreement later for more funds to conk (for I Bearden's Drug Shop

PURl GRANULATED "the guard wets plesasnf-until Church of Cod at DeLeonSprings. checks a year day night said weather Information cheap means of distilling trtsh tH tail Nw r.,_ iye.

BLACK PEPPER I arrangements wer' mad for Tomorrow win night a Ever wonder how the wood HIT AUKAS gathered by satellites water from the sea to meet the TUESDAY, IB AJH. Te 1 PJW.K. .
be
his release by the Swiss embassy men sented. program The\ Rev. Calvin Ashley pre chuck got Its name? According will he exchanged on a rectorrat \ *- Increasing demand In this country W. f*.lta&, Casltn"
la Havana. to the Old Farmer's Almanac OF U.s. baals-IranamlttH met adirect lid tile world for water
will be The
SALE guest speaker program Moscow
Washington communications
rot BT "They questioned me for long will be sponsored by Deacon settlers originally called the r
link
TRINITY periods and kept Baking! me. Willie Sharper. Th public animal "wnodchuckle," bemuse .* Tl. AMI ha5.d' Ins
FELLOWSHIP CUSS where 1 had been going and la invited.Hinaon. when It scurried Into the safetyof Isolated! but heavy rsinsdrenched
what I was doing," Zeeman said. Its den It would chuckle at Its I IpeInuf'n. widely separated WASHINGTON (API The

FRINITY METHODIST H*,said he wa treated well and"never parts ..r t the Ration charge that administration.
thought about trying toescape Infant They. are now making cos- today while tllTlpt'r.tur'lr.u helped the Soviet conomy by
." turn ,Jewelry out of procswsedcoal. to near freeing In the selling It wheat Is "*a absurdi a"
CHURCH Friends! of Mr. and Mrs. David "
mid : tv. said ofItat
Atlantic stain, Usderseerafary
landed] his wife
H said] a* crop When your gets tired
Far transit. DslroryPhon. duster nn a baseball diamond on Rlnsoa win regret to lean of the of It, she ran always use It to Thunderstorm formH a : mote W llaU.I .
death of their Infant daughter line between eastern Kansas I "Selling them! wheat at world
and .
the outskirts of ,Santiago help beat the home.Horn .
734-1320 Karen Elizabeth, which occurred] and central Texas, price! which they could' have MEDICALASSiSTAN
ttORWiG 1'O\fl'IC'
"the :
plan was Immediately sur-
Friday, Oct. 23. at tile University win one spol-Poaca City bought other places was a drop
ls BOW the place whenwomen I.
Gainesville where
Hospital la aorta central Oklahoma
she had bees a patient for three git to after work. Thenare accumulating more laaa
some 24 million gala holding E

days.Grsvedd service were held ,.. It Is estimated that by the Sunday I'i Inches night within and ale early! hour today I- BOULEVARD 1 1OIiYE .
,
end of the decad SO million
I I
Saturday at 10 am. la Union !
LOANS Shower at Vera
Cemetery! under tile direction of women more Mae half! of all Mach' Ms., during the IN TNEATRIOpel fOR OUR SENIOR CITIZENHOLLAND

tilt Arthur J. Mack funeral these between 11 and Si WIll lie fast :i hours brought the 'a'.

Horn, with the Rev. A. Jackson employed.Caa Mal there to 41i Inches. ,,11'I",
psstor of Bethel AJU f, Church, you acme the two year Temperatures dipped 1
\la which three US. Cspsel.e.
offldateg. held office? president 1M1 awl Into the 30* (\It a few spots William .........
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were
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PHONE Richard Edwards ; C.. reglaierlng\ U >-
completed has term March 1. green shortly after mid- Ie c.... strongly' lupportH Medics! itilitinct Florida's

Richard Edwards 12. *4 Oak William Henry Harrismi\ was Carolinas with Asheville, "7f DAWITAM tinier citizens through the KtRR-MlllS BILL

Rill died this morning at 1.43: I Inaugurated the next day red "':,tit. .. which covers both hospital and doctor bills It

at a local aurslac hoots where Per he died a month later, protect thoi* who have the need and U financed
lie !dad been for ISmonths. was lucceeoVd by Jobs Tyler.Is .M
a patient oh/ erved.enurag "Don't tot III. 4110 by our states with tdtril tupport.
im Rutherford B.
Funeral arrangementsar Hayes
CALL btcompfet Arthur J. Mack completed<<] his term, James A. where *lie you: everyone wh got "TOIACCO IOA8SBBsaai Medicare, the other proposal offers only' Hmittdhospitslliattor '
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funeral Horn II ta ctsrg*. Garfield\ was Inaugurated l I. to begin wherehe ), financed by in Increase In Social.

March and died t.I September, --wee- Security tain tt covers all senior citizens, rich

.000mu ar.roar and" was succeeded by ChesterA. or poor, but It does not cover doctor bills.
Wont VM. MffiMrirJ Arthur.
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.... Uk H-lr: ChartCohea, (09 aspirin tablets a minu ad JAMES nm m m. Krr-Milla approach. Our Halt legislature ,p.

taU Helot LeRey Ray JrPtenoa. .. year long Us! have M arsleswhea proved It for a two-ytir trial. period i$ did 35

tsk for .'aid Cugvn Rani* Jr., hatched." Breeder now DARREN,'JMJi McCLUBE'SOMMERSCOtA states and ,."lter''"*.

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Pep 4 MUte (FIOUBA) SUN MWS MONDAY, OCTOKI21, If s4 with the wonderfully simp]
storyline.
Editorials Te begin with George Aadtr, f
ion who seems to leave u

New Leader average ot 11.2 years of eduri

( )0,> Cannel thin and a family of 1 3 merq.hers. .
Ancient Litterbugs The Independent :In the nearly two monihi

since George first appeared. he

r r I Amateur archeology Is a popular outdiwr N f HE'S poivia: Dlld +: Takes Over At Bay Nam has not General once De mt'lltionl'd11'Gaulle or the\

rich Britain. Berlin Wall All he ever wane
activity In hittory-
i. UAR Miv to talk about It his suspicionthat
of London gumming the past 94 ON I
up
Th. Times
By WARD CANCEL: his wife la having an affair/

season the other day, called it a rewarding summer In Viet Naill Newspaper CntorprlM ANEW -. with another man.

. both for people deliberately digging Into YORK (NBA) We ares George Anderson daughter,
,
fwg\ little startled to be saying Betty is a typical teen'tger.
r the past and those who were merely linking \ this. But to our way of thinking, However, we have not once
foundation and happened to run into an Iron SAIGON South Viet Nam the new television serial "Fey heard her talk about clothes

Roman basilica (API South Viet Nam's military ton Place" is Just about the bent face care or The Beatles' latest
or
Age camp returned the government to hit She spends all her time
show of this season or any
The Tlmti noted that we are able to learn the civilians today marking the other for that matter. moping over the fact that she is

' to much about our distant ancestors because they fifth change
litterbugs of the worst kind. yeer felt that way a year ago. On the FVTHf:
! were Power war formally transferred other hand we were not writing The father of the child Is Rod
"The modern expert in this field, said the to the nation'a new chiefof this column year ago and had Harrington son of the richest

" newspaper, "can derive from a few discovered state, ailing revolutionaryPhan not yet heard from the many man in town and obviously the

. the probable layout of a L1 /1 Khac Suu. Ma), Gen. experts who know whet peopleare product of a privilege uphrln;
; postholes
stones or Ngujen Khtnh reigned as prt- interested in. Ing and the finer things of lite
: camp or settlement; but to fill in the picture, mler with the rest of his caretaker But having been instructed In In real life\ If we know what

populate the scene and comprehend the customs government this science, we can now see people are Interested In unit w*
be abundantly CXWKREM E: SET that "Peyton Plane" tills almost most certainly do) Rod would
. cl the time the archeologist may .Sun said the High National every requirement.It long ago have said:

j grateful for a rubbish heap. Council, which It presiding over tells\ a story but never "Sav, dad this three.man

, We modern, who frown on the habit of the changeover from military to draws a conclusion. It does not Russian spare flight has me I

curtailed tt civil rule., would consult Tuei- ask that you bring any thing to worried, How does it make the
and have severely ,
! litterbupging day on a premier! to lead the It, and It does not suggest that United States look In the eves of
that will be forgotten by the take from it. It is
needn't worry we government until a new constitution you anything the uncommitted n.tlonl1"But
future U drawn up Speculation never excellent, so It doe not Instead the wooden fellow .

such wealth of books, sales centered around former Saigon have to pay the price of occasionally does nothing but moon over
We're amassing a
M'vor Tran Van Huong. missing Its mark. It Allison MacKenzie illegitimate!
k tips, income tax records and innumerable other Khanh will continue to wield aims for neither wit nor daughter of Constance MacKenzie .

I printed, classified, catalogued and orderly filed great power a* commander ''n warmth but only for passion who worries all the time
of it chief. of the armed forces with It Is, In scientific terms about about whether or not the Is
fraction
Information that even it only a people and not about Ideas. frigid Instead ot being Interested .
a big! stv In naming the armed
.- .
; ahould survive, it will still tell historians of fore minister They will alt othe SMALL FLAW in the Interesting news that
There appears, however to be Debbie Reynolds and EJLcabcth-
than really
about they
tomorrow mort us may I four man National Security
one small flaw in this otherwise have reconciled.
Taylor
Council which will have wldPOWf'r
to know. I '
want perfect work. And Constance MacKen/le

I The beer and soda pop cans we leave behind '\. tSS-w ) t-zalnst because the Communist ;.. : In the of Peyton Place he
'. the Greek story hasn't once mentioned QueenElizabeth's
us will not, fortunately, last as long as .
tip it seems to us that the people of visit to Canada or"Newsweek's"
II SITED BY U.S.
amphora. < Peyton Place are not Interested exclusive InterView -
+ + Although the U.S. Embassy In what people are Interested 1 with Leopold Stokowskl.
!hailed the shift "another
a* in
We simply cannot believe that
pnoltlve steo toward the oblec This Is a minor problem of these people in Peyton Placeare
A New Word tin nf establishing: an effective (course and can be easily fixed so engrossed In their own

turmoil wu possible without sacrificing mediocrityor destinies that they never notice
Suu said he would continue! as ideas Interfere
letting the and
any really important interesting
: Add a new word to your 20th-century ve- chief of I"'e for only a short things, but fritter their

eitulary: "dlsemployment." --., .... .. .. ""'" It ..... time because nil health Im't probably result in another military !. time away trying amateurishlyto

and ,Md. It tpoeared likely that the coup.Political. make order
The word is in the dictionary means some out of
I IItF.RRY Ce0. 'DIl'clnlin's uimwe eREADERS' civilian politician would nnt
dismissed thrown out WASHINGTON leaders In Hue said chaos.
the condition of being or bow to military orwure willingly -
they were prepared to put
of work, but It hasn't been used much up to now, Any such defiance would crowds Into the streets to bark the Thomas first Protestant Cranmer "3.131 was
Archbishopof
\ Leroy Collins, former governor of Florida their demand for complete elimination .
more to lose In a nuclear! war Canterbury.
I and now director of the Community Relations Chief Problem: FORUM than bal China. The Russians of Khanh from the government

Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce, have made It plain that they In Nha Tiang. a coastal city KO.AL NOTICa
know this. The bard truth which
rt-coined the word in a recent talk. Speaking WI must recognize Is that the 200 miles northeast of Saigon, NOTICe,li hr.hy or: oleo)SALIKntlm punuanl
The, 0,Ltn' Cue N.w/ w"ltniMtottorl officials declared a one-week to a anal I r'acre. at tnealo.ur.dated .
of automation, be noted that 40,000 people have What To Do With NikitaDREW fr.m Ita .....,. tn Wrh.fuse. enemy is not everywhere precisely kol..ber Iced, and nttr...lIn
alone In' Th* film'* .f the .....te. the same. One simple holiday from school In the hopeof tb......" Cat No miA of the
been "diaemployed" In New York City court Id *<."... end the U'.... will win the cold heading off rioting. flrcull. court of the S,nmh' Judi.
not
uses.' Th* iptr. tk. strategy rl.l' ( .1..111In, and for Volimll,
recent years as the result of a single factor, the eight, t* eat I litttn .v".m'w. war. Only if we are alert to Police said banners rigged (.mnt. '. PlorliU, whwrUn. FlRor
.In l.".1". L.tt.re ...P*>Mttitr < t. with 'booby trap grenades were VAriOVAF. TITT BANK, Nee
j' installation of automatic elevators.The tr <..11". 'In '....'.lItt.. changes within Communist .. Turk I li PUIntlff' and JAVIFS H.
oil He has done what the .
PE.UL NWASHINGTON now Mtntr !'"". cublit ...".. (r. fi"l lions only If we strive to exploit put up at Buddhist schools demanding JONES and Vhf R. JONES, MIwlf
word likely to be used more and more No. 1 problem Eisenhower administration did- .....titi". li> rare l"".m.., the! differences which exist a reprieve for a VietCong *. tr* .I.nd.n.. I will sell t*
the ;
.
t' in the future to distinguish this special kind of facing the new rulers of the let oilmen into wild life reserve will i m*..and.,It.*..4...r,...,M but.. may ICe woes muthi only If we pursue strong and Student sentenced to die n the th hlKh* front.t and door boil ot hid"the.. for Vnluutonnly each

I unemployment. Most experts predict that auto Kremlin today la not Red Chinaor land.Up be >... U th. .*U.f.Barry imaginative policies\ all over the for an unsuccessful attempt to <' fniirthouM In %'nu !lCminty

will relations with the United In North Dakota, game world; only then can we hope to assaaalnate former IT,S. Ambassador o'rlttk,, on rinrlcU th. IJih. at.... li of \n\n..*...*.
someday constitute
mation-caused dlsernployment States but what to do with refuges are directly responsiblefor cope with the complexities which Frederick E. Nailing Jr, I.., 164, tit* fniinwlns the major part of our unemployment Nikita Khrushchev feeding 80 per cent of the Views confront us.Senator The resignation' of the ruling tMcr pmnny.., 'to-wlt aa Mt: forth In Mid final

retired Soviet leaders nation's migratory wild durk. military triumvirate was handed .
problem, which traditionally has been the result Other Goldwater by his tat 17, ,
such as Nlcnlal Bulganln and Despite this Udall has just ap- reveals over by the outgoing chief of Park Suhdlvialon wincha Brantwnod.
individual speeches and writing a t'nlt 1. ar.rordlnir
I of general or local business slumps, or Field Marshal Voroshllov have proved the letting of approximately : On Reds Hit terrible Ignorance about the slate Ms). Ren Duong Van te map tharefif I In Map

intellectual. or physical Inability to work. been allowed to wander around 1,574 acres of the Lower realities of Communism In the Mink and J
\ As in the world of physics, where every action .' Moscow at will have attended Souris National Wild Life Refute world today. This ignorance Is member, Lt. Gen Trill Thlen ..
Ilk. retired near Upham N.D., for oil ex Render Khlem, tent out ef the
, has and reaction ao in party meetings any By tragic because the s.nator'l,11'.derahlp was /al JIoSII 1A TN.'"
an equal opposite Senator In W. hlnlton. Rut ploration.This diverts attention from country recently for political Pt.rk of tha CINUI& Court

language most words have an antonym. In this Khrushchev has been In office Is exactly the same area facts which must be laced and reasons. OFFICIAL lEAL! (1.:1

case it would seem to be "reemployment"But too long, his face too woO known, where Ike's secretary of the Editor, Sun News: substitutes a dream world in

than to ac-' his popularity too great to permit Interior Doug McKay proposed Despite the Intense emotions which solutions are easy and AiMwr te PnvtMM r\inl
easier to
it's far pronounce elm to wander around Mos permitting oil drilling but abandoned and animosities that political simple because they only eon- I Satirists f "

complish. the Idea after protests from campaigns In thin country gen front partial problems and static
cow.He would collect a crowd In coniervatlonlsts and this column. .rate, they occasionally do manage situations. In 1964 Americans ACIOM MOWN

two minutes, and that crowd Udall s excuse is that oil Is to illuminate the central cannot afford the luxury of Inhabiting *rllMrfSlaaf DNoop .

: : might swell to riot proportions being drained away from offset Issues which are involved. During this dream world. a u.Meka'"raltlee .. I tides irq..i

I oaltlt i against the new regime.On wells around the game reserve the past week Senator Gold. John A. )lagueb1UONE'S tatter 1 Halt tHaks N
I 1salr. water has clarified an issue lAatkar 4tdWSCMe.
the other hand the rulers and that the state of North Dakota
el the Kremlin don't want to wants some oil revenue. which history seems likely to "II Barkara,lae .Ged .*fLatiat' p
*
their recent Russian Image mark for a central role In 19M.! MEDITATIONS0MUllV T Got.CatS
.1 spoil However, the sixteen wells ul.a.ag I'll
: Mom's\ Upset t 4 of tolerance for retired officials now offsetting the game refuge/ the Mr.Administration Goldwater takes by Issue Insisting with a, J. P. Alloy UMlTmk huh HiaiaajitHUndlMaav N

Not since Marshal Berla wet on private property produced auurial *
executed l'53'bll' there beena 1194V!\ during the month of that there Is only one enemy 14 AniKaaiaeISPitk IIV rklani ttHimtaawaa AI.1114aa .
execution In the which the United States faces S THINA 1 gwH UCaaiMi MCiutarairr.) :$ awgu4
political August U production Is com-
: Over Nudes today, and that It la Communism. ** ..*_twe alc-c.., 4I CoMO of
: : Soviet This Is one of the policies
the relf'l'It.
parable oa fame difference HI** 'BOOT UIM II W.av n 1t0lltaiM4 'P.nlap.q'11'Gdaly
He it make
InsUts that no
1. Khrushchev Initiated. Furthermore self the US. government would a3Yaleakha.N. SWMua d/Gn....
AMMAJUAfllfcfMM Khrushchev la so popular receive only U43)) for Its 18 whether we are talking h',\.LA.. wuT Carl Mlnar SdV aet.ble51w. hat..thw d.vnq
about Russian Communist or a 21 Bart ra la dare.. 1'1 Rupond 41 Op.ratle.ele
with most of the satellite countries royalty while the state of North acmes
HIM I owl Ml Turt II leeamep An.p' 41 Kt.UdeII
Chinese Communist!, that they
that he remains a real Dakota would receive $825 for Its Aft..... neater a.wan.w es Ian
DEAR ABBY Our MR Is an art major at a salver.alty political threat Premier Gomul- S per cent production tax. are both members of the same C'k.UMBUSH1.! 1"-
and he spent the summer In Italy. He had a lot of ka ot Poland has publicly championed species. He claims that Johnson JJ 011II........
This would seem to be M- !"
peanuts
stuff shipped home that he bought over there. Mostly Khrushchev, an has Premier would treat some Communistsas es
they are statues of men and ladies and even little children. Kadar of Hungary, while compared with the basic value Mends and some as enemies, lli = lSrrmal

Everybody naked There's not a stitch on any of the Fast German government, of wild life\ preservation.MCRRYGOROI'ND, and his policies would in effect, "laBMiFrlMKaiatrarlt

them. Our ass wut raised that way, but college ruined which was never enthused over The 3 to J sell American interests down the *.)
polls
are running
-, him The preacher called on us yesterday and, when Itaw Khrushchev, has now publicly for LBJ In rock.ribbed West..hater river. IThe | MVafgalaviaahMSMMaTt
him the road I tried moving all those errors which are contained
coming defense.As .
T t up come to his County, N.Y. Oldtlmersdon't SSOwrwq
bare naked statuei out at light because I didn't want him result the Kremlin has In this position are pathetic ..ndtr'IIt' sal tla4r.at A
looking<< at them and me at the same time. My husband a believe It thoughJohnson's In the tint place all responsible ....... a-
stopped Issuing name Is not on the members of both ) ..DookII_
called and backslider, Was I to penties
me a hypocrite a wrong
-
critical statements ticket In Alabama and no one 4imfuk42Jv4Mtttt *
I' I get house that! itutt out ol sight before I let the preacher In the about its ta.'Ot.. for him S out of S a know world that wide we struggle are engagedIn with 46 Wodi* rFI

PINE BLUFT. ARKANSAS former chief Alabama electors are reported Communism and aobody hasevrr 4OriliaaiTnwsr
Best guess by determined to vote for Johnson Implied anything else Even *
DEAR 1TAE: BUTTi Mi IB my eplnloa., GOODcvjptwe ) 11
U.S. diplomats In the Electoral College Bill more important, however. Is the. *.ductweUAajnauuaa.
draped II' etherwW, about. attend a* sew Rates .
Khrushchev
Is that McDonald, the Miami fight promoter there d1rr..cwitilin .
are
fact that
.. jet appwMiUy have M appreciation for the cellee- .
be .na
might had the temerity to apply the Communist world
flee under ejiy elraumtoaeea, keep II dIUked a4 jwrthave allocated h I a for a federal TV license evta movement which we must under.stand UCkoke MCkarMLMkUPrblM4

a* problem. beautiful summer though he atfll owe Sonny Lin- and exploit in enter to rii
villa oa ton'* promoters S4OO, OO on the make our ow policies H ct1W.It : *..II lia.tra* :
lam
DEAR ABBYi Ins a U. ar-014 girl whe ride. to MSMkaat
the Back Sea last dayUstoa fight. The FCC does set take much Imagination \ 3tAM10, ) .MAl
*
_
aid from school every day on the but. Well, there la for permanentresidence turned McDonald down to realize that/ Russia baa SlUm* _
this cut. boy who always ends up sitting tear me ao or he PltAUON Caaslus day, the Louisville

matter where I alt. He down say "HI." he just aocks could be placed la charge ef a mouth tin demanded and will
you. I dot.t bother him.l la tan I duet war look at IIIOU 1111d Bf FEANX O'NEAL
collective farm to carry out his' get t90,000 In advance of hia
aim. I did everything my mother told me to do U \Ignore Ideas on corn hogs, and wheat. Baton fight with Sonny Uston. 'IOU'1iS 6Nr I u'r4SoUf
him, but nothing works. What should I say or doTNEEDS Whatever the Kremlin does This has strapped the Llstontorrea. NE5a
11E
5M" St NCRSF
Hl.l'DEAR with him, however, it will have because of McDnnaMa
NEEDS Tel the be driver' and M HIM) 1 HAVE EVER SEEN.
to bank on Khrushchev's numberone holding out oa the $WO 000 overdue
deal with the bays It It nuke the seeks any .few painful characteristic gregarious. them Llston. son of a.
fi he key Is probably.. mad about Jell aM Is eely trjtaf te .ess. He loves to talk to people. Arkansas cotton picker with 33 N (o

get jour aUectlM. When !Mr. Pearson and I left children, arrives this weekendat I e ) 1 1e.
Urn after speeding two days at Plymouth Rock where the
DEAR ABBY* U you were a personal! friend el mine his Hack Sea home, he. remarked Pilgrim Fathom landed M begin ,

I ana I left my two until chlkbea with you wall 1 went : "I win be lonesome. I training for his Nov, 11 fight with :l

to the doctor, would you hold me respuealble for an expensive will have to go out and visit Clay Mia. -Scotty" Laaa-
VIM which my month-old child had broken? some of the Ukralnlana. baa daughter of novelist Scott
o A* soon as I walked in the door this blend told mo that KhrtiBcbev came from the Flbgerald. turned up last weekat

y I owed her 143 for the vase my child had pulled oft an fkralee. Sure enough later I* her father's, old hometown St. ., N.rs

j end table had I 'been visiting this pursue with. my child the day as we passed throughthe Paul, to campaign fur her blend.Sen. -

and such a mishap occurred, 1 would hoe Mt rasp neible neighboring! seashore resist Eugete McCarthy Tom tUK ruvrrroNn .y fJU-.Ea. I It
because should /have bow watching my child. But my on a sightseeing trip, w* saw )laaa. former ambassador to
chili was In HER care, and It war due to HER aeillgeac Khrushchev's ear parked in Mexico, now Assistant Secretary

that the VIM was broken. I am going to pay for It anyvaj front ef the Ukrainian rest borne. of State. Is speaking; before the Aag.F Tide Dfio L TNeeu itaavTNe JaF l

to avoid hard feelIngs. but dust you think I am rtghttEASYGOTNa NOTE: General Eisenhower big Planned Parenthood anavtl + 4nAV:.

who had some kind words to say dinner he New YI&A tatsears f+cAy! ARl:1Y"1":
DBAE BUTt Tee. BH the" .... jet tonrMd *aa stout Khnsaehev. last week > as.. State Departaeat officials

few* ai US. New tft.l je. are aware ef hew sMfttgeal9fr might take this eafMrreaHy .. would have been Nash (

trl *4 la. I hey jrwil ester eoerwst ywr ekHty Invite him to visit DUaejUnd." from neettog* BromeHmg k4rta
*. Mr eat again. Ike pereeiait ore ewtM' ktve seen tram which he was barred when.. central. But there U .. place
torn oa yw tula's hea4.CONFIDEXTUL ke rune to the United States. la1K where birth central u m.... yt
., !. Khrushchev made It very needed thtn In Latin America

TO 'I.EI'II.DI 1'RAri"t evldtat when I Interviewed him where the population explosion

Mag to Ha. ferytog to .... an a. III.' I'M.... aM Inane that he liked Ike though he laW la iiiiiUsiiilnlin American aid. .as

heal IMS yet .... toe **> anUL. A** what. Ik* laf Eisenhower: CM aot control his fast as we can plow It U. ft

blase w.y JW an dapwN ..,..... Teal tile an*. ewv administration.tUXDTOOlUfEf.
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TreoMH' ? Write to ASHY, Box IJMVti* .u,..... Secretary.ef the Interior Stuart florists' gardenia Is a native olChftta.

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Pip $ IRANB mOttJA I SUN KWI' KOM8AT, OCTOKt> 1C,IfM
Rita Peacock, Frank Perrick Are WedIn

J [Social

Ceremony At Sanford Catholic Church and

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) I Mss Rita Peacock and Frank

(' tCi\ -"Womennuutm Perrtck, 'both of DeBar. poke ,I I 0.1., .

their wedding vows Saturday at i .tauM.nts.f. ..... ,
\ the All Soul Catholic Church. I th r p
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mnmHi. MHM Sanford, The Rev Richard' L\ r ytiHtm piss. :
ona officiated at the' ceremon}' I I $ .1") "'.t.r...'.I1. | I
The bride ass given in mar I '
District Four DAR Elects rlage by her brothei. DonaldPeacock The .
Sanford. She wore a ; '' Florida '
white peso' de loir gown fearur Hub was .
Ing a fitted bodice' with a scooped tons Plaza
Mrs. Summerhill Vice Director
neckline embroidered in the the Palmetto
front with brad and teed' peails the host
which extended In a spray design v awl, .
Mrs. J. E Summeihlll\ was down the front of the skirt. the meeting !27'
elected vice director of district
and long tapered sleeve The I president of "
four. Daughters of the American floor length skirt extended to a hdll Woman's 0
Revolution\ at a district meetIng t
train which
chapel was caughtIn ute report
Saturday at the San Jaun tiny pleats with a tailored projects _
Hotel, Oilando. bow at the waltt. Hereil of yt ftr Other
Members oj the Orlando Chapter Illusion fell to finger tipi froma local group :
DAR were the hostesses for tiara of seed pearls. She car' t and Mrs.
the district meeting and a large tied a bouquet of whit. l'OIif'lI.
roster of state officers were pit Mrs. Kermltrlton.. LittleNeck ,a )Ir. and C
aent. Mrs. George Blarn Evans, Long bland N.Y was a'r have just "'
state regent, pi'elided.Mrs. matron of honor She wore a at 108 N. ,
Summerhill a memberof t wtM1 royal blue gown fashioned with weeks \1<<,, '
. the Col. Arthur Erwin Chapter a velvet" bodice' with cap Beeves : in Asheville
was elected to serve" 11119611. and a floor length skill. Her burg, Tenn.
Mrs. Richard Heaney, regent of head piece was a tiny none rived In the .
the local chapter' was named to lengtheil and she carried a time to see
, the Courtesy Rckolution commit corsage of blue mums. the height 1
tee. She spoke briefly on thepl.nl Fred Perrlck Jr. brother of Tuesday the
of the local chapter to 1 the bridegroom, was best msn. prised
build up the Genealogical Department Carol Peacock Penaacola, arr. tats, G nk1 / 7 Tenn., by' a ( /
,, ,
Mr ( '
the DeLand Public 'ar
at brother of the bride, was usher
Library and the State Library, Mrs. Pei'rick chow for her '
Other local members going son's welding a French blue U 1 S' +ij4f t x fl rYeas. Ulenwood. o
balance of
from here were: Mrs. Henry. P. street\ length dress of nylon witha .
the Great
oap. ,tat. librarian; Mrs Al- soft print design and matching
viII Facchln. Mrs. Mary Leary, 1In. KwiMMirkUl accessories. Her corsage was of Mr. Paul
Mrs J. G. Rthardson: and Mrs. blue mums.\ I Arizona \
Alfred H. MacGregor. Reception members !

Following the a reception annual
ceremony Fruit r l'sr'rk k
Fish Writ Volutia
was held in the DeBarvReitaiuant. Undo '
JWC Husbands The tables formeda banquet
hospital Record horseshoe and were decoratedIn Mr, and Mrs. Carol Peacock:, Mrs Fred Petrlck Jr.. and children day night c I
a bridal theme with a large and children, Cindy, Robin and Cindy, Fred III and Ronald; Hotel, In :
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Entertained At I..Th., ."f.II.wt.1..',., ...... ...tre..,v.. 104 ky three.tiered wedding cake placedon Doug Pensacols, Mr and Mis. Mn. Marlon Jordon. and son honoring .... :
t.. 0.1.... sun Nwe <...*! a round table in the centerof Donald Peacock:!:, and children' Charles, Mrs. W. D. Wilcutt, Mr. vllle, grand
WV MenxrUI;; the horseshoe. Places<< wets Diane \'Man, Marie Sanford; and Mrs. Eugene B. Bclnert and officers. .
Halloween PartyMembers set for approximately SO guests. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman. Mm. Adam Mutter, all of Denary -
STONE SOX Leslie Mr. and Mr. and
After spending some time with Beverly and :
Mr. and Mil. Bruce Stone their. guests the couple left for -- N Kentucky '
of the Junior Wom 1010 W. Beteiford Ave., the sonvllle this
are a wedding trip. The bride chose
an's dub and their husbands parent of a son weighing eight an olio green two piece dressmakers I NARCE Plans Visit Rev. Pctci"a01iIIOIIUL'Cl Ing Mr.
were entertained at Halloween\ pounds, 14 ounces, born at 4,41 suit with matching accessories I From National Officer 6..11.Ir !
party at the home of Mr. and a.m. Oct. 25.PORn. .
for her going away out AtHcccpliol1 : and :\(
) William Gould. "
Orange Members of the St. John's (
SOX fit. Her corsage was from her lake i= a
Camp Road.of the Saturday event night was Mrs.Cochairman A son, weighing four pound\ bridal bouquet. As the coupie left River Chapter SIT, National Association weekend h n C
Hirland Fogle. toy ounces, was bon at C:02 the reception they were acre'nailed of Retired Civil Em.pIO'H'a | Mr, .
..m. Oct. 26 to Mr. and has with group singing of "I 1 30 10'11I1.1111I1".
will meet at : p.m.
Awarded prizes for the best David Porter, Tlruiville. Love You Truly .. .
costumes, were Mr and Mrs. Out of town guests presentwere tomorrow In the Veterans of The Rev Walter B "Peterson "
ADMISSIONS!
Mel Ott who appeared as a Thomas Kaczor 740 Llndeley Mrs. Esther Peacock, Pen. Foreign Wars Post Home, Ala curate of St. Barnanni FplncnpalChurch of Mr. cad
couple from the "Flapper Era", Blvd. Harry Berford, 202 S aacola, aunt of the bride; Ann barns and Euclid Av.... was honored at a reception S. Alabama .
the Roaring Twenties, and Mr Howell Ave.; John Braun,, Peacock, Pensacola. cousin of Wiley Dowdy. Jacksonville, given by the Episcopal Monterey, ('
and Mrs. Charles Sieg who were Orange City and Mrs. Alice M. I the bride: Mr. and Mrs. Kermlt field vice president, a national Church Women .following. the 11 attend ...,
dressed as monsters Ke)**, l.eoa Springs.DHMISSUA '' Welton Little Neck L.I., N.Y.; officer will make bit official visit o'clock<< : service )eaterdayMr. aration for
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has
Winners In various events during 'I' brother of the bride and family; to the chapter Peterson accepted a
the rail to St. fcdward: Church at Hal Ae,
evening's entertainmentwere Mrs. Paschal Paicale and in Mt. Dora where ha will serve as has recently C I
Mr. and Mrs. Robin ten-
r Pant daughter DeLand; Mrs, BlanketS vlmr rector of
holt Mrs. Roger Grouse Mrs.Eric Duck Family Baby
John Platt and infant
Hansen, Mrs. Earle Hunt daullht.rjCarolinl In appreciation of hit many and Sciences'
ee"B '
Trailer Park; Mrs, and varied service* to the Women ,.
.
and Mrs. SI., Franklin Mackall and Infant son, of the Church lie was presented I HAPPY [j]
Others attending were: Mrs. DeLand; Mr. Nina Ludlow, with a sterling silver pyx by TO: DUB I
Dana Fogle, Roger Grouse Eric 1107 S. Arlington Ave.; Mrs Mrs, Hill: Wilson, president of TtMimpMn,
Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Don John Burton and Infant son 801 the !'CW.tt1foall'lIlfl'. I tell, taste A
Brandt Earle Hunt and Mr and S. Amelia Av*.; Mrs. Barbara were Mrs. LeRoy D.

Mrs. Richard Hsgstrom. Kollefrath, DeLand, ear r" / aft'; 'I M.llftj:: Oortii Andrew, QI'OTB Liberality .
Finn MMOMUIADMISSIONS h Gallup, Mrs C. II.fhorpenlng Ing much
Not The Same'SAN Mrs. Chester Berth, II right ,
Mrs. Harold C. Smith, 228! W Mrs. Richard Johnson. Mr. W.
FRANCISCO' AP-"It's. Wisconsin Ave. The Tower; Kuchenbauer, Mrs. Maude Loper C
not the same any mote," complains Mr*. Nellie N. Riley, 133 N, and Mrs. Wilson.Marshall DeLand ,
T
Harry dose, of Min Val Oars Ave, Unit H; Albert L.
ley. Mlddleton, 111 E.: Voorhls Av*. L. Maxcy Past >
Th. graying retired tool and DISMISSALSJohn
die maker returned Sunday Breyette. 850 N. Oak Marks 5th Birthday Fasten Defend '
from his third _
sailing voyage to
Ave.. Evan Clifton. Pierson> dub, will
Tahiti. Mis' Lillian! Smith, Alliance Marshall Le son of nesday 1* l :
"People and ears all over the Home, S. Florida Ave. )lr. and Mr. Stewart MaxC')", the Mawmlo :
place," aald dose as ha elided. S. Montgomery Ave, was five Matrons art
his 4,300-mDe cruise fromPapeete Five Day Forecast years old Oct. :13. The occasion make plans U
on his schooner, Victor. was marked with a birthdayparty Christmas w .
.r Tk. AlMett4 led.. at his \borne, Saturday
Does BLADDERIRRITATION Temperatures' ar* to averagenear afternoon. Surrounded by a Halloween -
1TOTM r
the aeaional lorms, ranging I atmosphere of witches.
from a little below normalat I and goblins, the birthday boy Member of i
the beginning of tile period to .taA and kis guests were entertained' Moot mrlll \
a little above toward the end
tr with game and refreshment tilt .
NERVOUS at
MAKE YOU day
Normal hlgha rang from 78 lathe Favor la each small
were give
A fur 11 MIMMI auM'err L..W IT.nlMWM will be a
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war u* r uU < DORCBEX COLLINS motifs make It equally sullabU date OI1k'
"- ..---. -,. .. -. low, from 55 to 10 In the By day cake wa served with |Its
mrt..t.!...kotll..... m a IM-. S4M.I .m4MM& > for a cuddly baby treasure In aay tursery or babycan1a& Tb
S rknk 4- wher! Sale will lie less thai Those present were Jimmy
p..d. !. ..rk IrrlKtKi. CYi TSXirkiH TU enchanting Duck Family '. It will be to keepfresh board win
easy
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.11' Nfe. M.ge..wfarl ear one half Inch except In locallyheavy Anderson Jim ftishop. SidneyBailey
IrrluUM > MI4rln baby blanket with easy appllqoe and dainty too for it I II to the 1rWtJII
= -JL showers along the Immediate fttevt and Kent Sands, !
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"aTU as ..5 b.ul east coastTfcarMM aad embroidered accent caa be hand washable with mild! soapand Hobby Spell and Spencer Quill
made eve by a aovlce. It I* lukewarm water,
made of soft, downy whit cotta This 1.1 1 Kit 2U and tilt low ing.Pythian. King's
CTI) *"y, Jr., M.O. blaaket cloth bond with whit price of $!** pootpaldt make .
I Pad M. 0. i Jr., Hit., aatia. TIle binding I* already it Ideal as a do-youneU Christmas Sisters 11Iik NPM. :
aewi oa so an of the tedious gift fur sew liable on your
Brf A. .*"... Jr.. MJ. aewiag baa beet flaWwd and list. The Hz* I II approximately Tempi 30, Pythian\ Ulsters, II
sad yea have the pleasor. of applylsg 30 by 31 Inches. 430" >>">. will conduct Initiation service al (10 WANE E

hate .. SIM*. .... A'. tilt littl duck and tilt To obtala Needlework Kit 2U.CO their/ Wednesday night meeting 1
accent ambrolderir In toft color out coupon below aad vend It Louis Pay Is* requested thai
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I Two soldiers itood guard
today on a cedar-shrouded hffl-
i( President .3 ltd where Herbert'Qark Hoover
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WASHINGTON (Alai Sen, Q r I Hat president of the United

Barry Goldwater says he has States, .as' buried Sunday after

no big surprises up his sleeve a brief, solemn ceremony
and plans no major. speedup In wn the corridors 16 the elegant journed to the corridor and the Thousands walked lowly past

his vote.hunting pace In the East Room. Here, another lobby where the Air Force musicians .4f the crave after the service,'
final week of his campaign nlne.foot officer startled me by weie playing and some which wu attended by Hoover's
announcing us. At such mo people were dancing On thin
The Republican presidential his friends and colleagues .
nominee will Journey to 18 wi I .. one wishes desperately! night President Johnson did not family, .
had a longer more elegant dance, which was a mixed blessing !
of hischallenge
in the final days
slates estimated 75,000
An persona
: preceded by at least the to Mrs Pert, who had been
Johnson. l
to President 711lst
.r behind
distance
stood In the
lank of commander and
r group hoping fearing he might ask
He opens the week's tour However the her and if he farrn" fences and cordons! 01.oldl..I'I
announcement !
did Will I be able
Md.. In an :
today in Salisbury "' as a leading Quaker
: seemed to startle no one else in to follow him Which led to
area that leaned heavily toward' the East Room. Secretary nl( several pointed remarks about j Dr. Elton Trueblood, conducted
i Alabama Cov George C Wat- State Dean Rusk, I noticed, husbands who don't dance often 4 the final rites
f !lace In the Maryland primary .. on sipping his drink Sen. with their wives while the Presl- ISO TEARS
! election last May. LOCAL BOARD HONORED During the William Fulhrtght dldn look dent of the United States seemsto "Thla Is not a time for tears,"
NEW PORK' VISIT Association of Realtors recent 43th Annual up from his conversation with find the time. said Dr. Trueblood. a friend of

After a stop In Dover, Del., in Tampa, the DeLand and West Volusia Board of ambassador Rosalind Rue Shorty after midnight, the 1y; Hoover His words echoed from
Goldwater moves on to New art continued to laugh heartily Johnsons went leaving loudspeaker down the grassy
tors, Inc. won a cup in recognition of current up unanswered ,
York City, where his schedule something Gov, Pat Brown a question which had valley to the t'IVlI.room nous.
ment in civic affairs. This award is given i
sets aside neatly\ six hours for annually !' ..AI saying. All the other distinguished been troubling the Pelts: Does! where Hoover was born 90 years
I staff conferences and dinner the State Association for the best participation of a
I guests, Including Su one thank the President and ago '
Tonight, hs will addreis a Board in civic affairs in the community. A Court Justice Byron First Lady for a lovely evening: "The story (of Hoover Is a

raUy In New York. Madison scrapbook covering the year's activities must be Secretary of Labor Wll- About 20 minutes later, we left, ,, ; ; V great one and It 1 Ia a good one,"
I Square Garden mitted f judging.( Mrs. Kathleen Gould, vice ( With James Farley, .San. out the north portico, along the I I he said .
Goldwater traveled to West District '2 of the Florida Association of Realtors, Sparkman, Asst Secretary graceful curving drive leading ROAD SQUIGGLE-MotorIsts "It \\f essentially a story that '

il Branch, Iowa Sunday for the shown with the cup and the local board State William Bundy and under the elms! to Pennsylvania on Route 14ft la Schenectady Is triumphant and our mood

; burial of former President Herbert William H. Gould, at a recent dinner meeting in D. Rockefeller III now Avenue N.Y. are somewhat today should be rejoicing"
j{ Hoover. He flew out from Calico Kitchen. .. a name that fan be an- Sinking back In her cab Mrs. confused when confronted ,As shadows from the tall, thin
Washington with the Hoover properly seemed .to Pett observed "They seem like. with this nervous traffic line. cedars fell' across the 'knoll
family, and returned aboard his our entrance In stride such nice people." Catua of the eccentricity Is Hoover's coffin was lowered

campaign jet. D0.1T.WVRSELF ADVICE In the East Room, we were "I think we ought to get out of not known. Into a concrete vault In a 10 foot

On the way back to. tha capital .. to form a receiving our social rut and see more of by 10.foot crypt, The lid placed
!, Goldwater, who does not along the wall. Then, aud them," said her husband. ventlon of the Florida Automobile on the! vault' said simply "Her
campaign on Sunday, worked on denly, that moment of magic Clearly, the banter was not Dealers Association will beheld hert Clark Hoover" and the
<< his New York speech Tips On Replacing Glass .. an officer announced "the( quite Imperishable but the eve. .at the Diplomat Hotel in dates 1874 and 14.
'BASIC ISSOa1 President of the United States," sing at the home of the Presi Hollywood B.The-Sea: Oct. 25: Soon a Hoot by I foot whit*
they played "Hail to the dent of the United States 26 and 27.
He told newsmen ha will stick ; : wan marble.slab will be placed over
to the bI.lelIUII\ of his campaign By MR. FIT and Mr Johnson walked The annual! banquet will begin the grave. Another will be

In Its final ,days. Gold Newspaper FntorprlM ASM. REPLACING BROKEN with, Mrs. Johnson and their (VulomolulcMciiSlate at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Oct 27 placed for hla wife, whose body
water has been calling for a If you noticed one or morlnook..n ( guests receiving Aa we waited line our turn In at which time the Introductionand la to be brought here from Call.

tougher stance In foreign policy, } window panes around the Johnsonlaughters Convention Installation, of the newotficel'l forma; V
for curtailment of the size and the house but have postponed\ + Lynda and Luc, and directors for the "
power of the federal govern replacement, do something now. by and Introduced them. association win take place The The Isthmus of Tehuaatepea
bent :and for, a drive againat That ,way you'U be ready for .with a quiet, disarming of George Williamson, preaident! convention! will adjourn with the forma the narrowest part 01.
the .
Florida
utralght forwardness, and their Automobile Dealers !
of lawlessness any kind of weather that comes close ef the Mexico.
what he calls a wave banquet
along. teenage guest, Gloria Macapagal. Association, Lake Wales, has !
and Immorality Inspect all house and the daughter of the Philip I announced that the annual conI .
Goldwater's campaign will windows for cracked, shrunken garage, 1 heck to beI president
take him to Bristol!, Tenn; ton
i don, Ky.; and Cleveland, Ohio or. fallen putty, If repairsare I surethereiscontact .WARM WELCOME i With FHA Title I
Tuesday I. required, you'll need a putty Ai we waited, the) woman New an

On Wednesday, he will, carry 'knife, a wood chisel, a screwdriver Ti > ahead of me asked her husband, corporalio'I'I
,. and an Inexpensive glass pound alt How do you pronounce Maca I
Tils campaign to Cedar Raplda, /VM I In J'
; pagal after a martini When
cutter. Glass and commercial I IMPROVEMENTLOAN
and East HOME
Iowa; Othkoah, Pits ; glazing ,compound of the right way tround.your turn came, an officer an
St Louis, 11LGoldwater
type,' along with glazier's polnti, flounced our name and again I TALLAHASSEE! .
win ..pend'Tl todayy'senaune.d
UI'l' arc the only materials requir I wished we had a longer one withat flaw Tom Adam
whlitle. tour from ., of the 'oUowlB80LTHMUIII
day on a stop : least the rank of sergeant eorpnritlmiV:
Harrisburg to Pittsburgh, Pa ed.TOST 8TKP dealer's, but cutting major But the Introductionwent REXALL PHARM-
Friday, he win tit In Cheyenne Before removing a sash from own Is not difficult. An off smoothly and the John 1.Yhn.."i.seh> Auth's tocckk. tl,
Wyo Las Vegas, ,Nev.; newspaper on a solid table 1963'Q. .ha... : **
j Its frame a step recommended and the Macapagals were lit at no par w.I....
Tucson, Ariz,and Los Angeles for large frame repair good work surface., Use a .. warmly cordial as they greetedthe ;rune1rt inr. hu,.,'mM isTiM<. lnc.. ri Do.Un>nr>tori In! Hub.drug\ You can borrow up to 3500.00
,Goldwater, speaks In his home you'll have to use a broad chisel yardstick u a straight : untitled, 'one.syllable Pelts bard B!: *>"..art, Virginia, E Su.. .

tbwn.of,Phoenix and fan"before gnta, one-inch or wider) or other practice the glsss. on cutter a few between pieces From the receiving line, we art Hl.il Regina by tconau Pepper P..all ppr TallaJiauM, T.U........ for.u Long. Flr ,Yari ,
nfo. Tex. Saturday prying tool to raise the vertical "usa down the corridor to the' ". :
swinging on to Columbfa, S.C.,Ina strips that secure the sash. first and second fingers State Dining Room. Because of HOLLY HILL CABLEVISIOV: ,
IM: ,
Ib stolt .
Sl' ,
thumb Mafnolla Av
.wt1l up bid for Southern votes t ,Chisel out old, putty to free your under the' the long guest list, 206( In all, Daytona Such Auih itock: SO" Siding teptto Tanks ,
which will be televised\ to 13 loose or broken panes, then then make a smooth don't tell Mom) that room and ph.r.. nt com .l no par vclua :'w.H DrUlUf '
reacts ,
I stroke toward yourself. To / the Blue "110" ogle U. m,. r...lln, Ins)
atatea. the Room weie used for I ,
Southern remove glazier's points t'ahi.vhlnn l Snouts ralcra: Uilllim Yenettan Blinds
(used In wooden sashes) or metal plete the break! hold small dinner with tables of ten Luckily Uhl.nk' .-..w Havn, ('...n., Viralnla _Getters
II firmly and bend Oiiarlno Lnnmha M Fencing Termite Control .
TV we had President Full
New Johnson
Program
clips (used in metal ssshes), hnih Dayton Reach Pil4, by M.I.
Use a needle,*, pliers If you away from the cut. Larger ; with us In the State Dining gin IIrU".r P.' Boa IJi Daytona ,Roofing Building Repairs
MOSCOW (AP) Moscow te\.. have - vlafbQS third program began '|' 421 N. cud Ollv Window Bun.-.. Bookcases
operating today The new program final sash preparation" rails side over the scored line Mrs Macapagal. Dean Ruak, AYe,. 1)\I'n. Bach Fla. AulH
.. .
meek DrlT C
son ihara ef w rjwrU
: riumblnc
com of n pee : y.
will be televised four Before- Installing check Jim Farley and others .. ,
for scraping away the putty 'alo fll.il un It. U14, P alln
weekly. It will size again, allowing IK In; MiKriala, auppli. .qnlpm.nt I Plastering Ctoetrla Light Systems
times feature, which sealed the glass to the Mrs. Johnson had Mr. Mara. : .
.Ie \\nmark
r foreign, :language lessons, Including groove on .the. other,aide of space on each aide, then pagal at her table In the Blue ]3aU.on.lll.Imcrnnamra, 8. :W.John".ru.r ..", T, Sidewalks Air Conditioning Systems
English and! French, pane. small amount of glazing Room, At her table, Mrs Pen A. "...hl... hold Daytona Bearh. Screening B1IIJ.-.. Kltchea Csblaetalasolatloa

and science films. ,You ran buy glass cut.to fit tb'l pound an along the groove had former Cov..Robert Meyner flea KIM:Old h.:, Thorn.HaylOM. A R.'h.i'1.Ko.hl.r.. .PO ,Water Hester Softener

___hhuhUhuUhU. ,u'UUUUUUhu _u.u. holds the pane. Ask your. of New Jersey, cartoonist! Bill ANTHONY c' H t1: KCH Or Basements Furnaces, Heating systems
for the type of compound '' MajUdln CHRIST, INC;; NP 7K7J rar.of HoM "
A \ and several Texans At Anlhnnv, Fin ril4 Orl I", loon add A hdem Fainting, Panelling, Papering .
Whit Ws lay Abed Ovnslmb I ed for the frame hla table, Mr Pert! charmed >>r J. Boyd l>lo.ch, Pmiulr. JiJ
AsV rtlinlWitt you're working with. Roll Mrs Meyner, Mi's Mauldin, onePuerto flank Smyrna of Rrath Hmyrna. Kla Rulldln, Purpo.. N.w
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compound into a yt Inch, Rican businessman and hiirck; Kubw.rihtr*: Paul Y. "ra. .
:Othin Say Uti' Uib llke length, then place It several State Department fort. Iwo >,B hiM ft; S. R.
pea Service ass
For
position Set the pane In ple. Flan 14"1 M B saris XL; T Expert
IsBitatUnlWE I ""Ik.. W. Anthony M all efUrala
POINT POINTER Pla t
Without Introduction
Witt Presl i ;NiTfcn; r0Ni nr WElT votLOU -
BOLD FOB TOW Insert glazier's points, ( dent Johnson rose to salute JNC. .\P tote. cacao f ins
centered on each aide In American friendship for the W. N.Y. A.... "nLn, 111.4 Vt. DeLand Federal Savingsand
2ft. Ions by Ol.n W. Martin E.
wooden I I frame
) or Philippines and Its president Qiiln, PO Km |in, r'.Un4. Pur.
WISE clips (tin metal frame) From the Blue Room, via a POM: Charllahl. Buh..-r1b.r.' Feel
Inc.e secure the pane, then K.ni. r..>l ntrick, H a. Rent Jr.. Loan Association
,....... 'ull ... I apply ( public address system Preslctrnt all of r>rl.nd.CrNNIOIHAM'C. ;
e1Me11 ." ... log compound on the Macapagal toasted Presi SERVICC INCKMftMl .
PII... .. side. Work on one edge at a ( sea W. Rlrh Aw. Italian.
7J4-SU4 0 D. Johnson It was, we all Aulh stock' SM _ha... of rom at
First apply a generous agreed quite charming IIM nr .h..... P't I.d Ort it, 1M4rvallnt 136 N. Florida An. 734-2551
.. .
M.rrhandli tnialmaaInrnrporatore
by drawing the loaded KIM FROM LYNDONAber : W, T unntniham,
knife across at a right dinner, we were served Carl: :;aruio, Vlrclnla M' running: BRANCH OFFICE D.BABY FLA.V
then draw it parallel to .. and liqueurs wherev ham P Lan '.
FlrMKtn Mate r Stnro. 10S
frame edge at the proper we happened to be, In the W. Rlrh AYO.. D.Lnd. pia
To check angle; or other rooms. Then
should not be visible from I back to the East Room, one ,
other side ef the pane. third of which was occupied by '

dean up unwanted specks a' stage for a performance by
the glazing compound with Harknesa Ballet Just before ELECT

pentine or benzine, and the performance Lynda Johnson -
the compound when It's dry. came In to kiss her parents
done with reasonable care, good night and to apologize to BOBSTRICKLAND
window pane replacement their guests for leaving. She
should withstand the .... getting up early the next
for a long time.Deltona. morning for the start of her 1

mother's, whistle.atop tour. ,,
After. the ballet, the Johnsons I
CorpEarnings and their guests mounted the
stage and graciously thanked
the performers. We then ad.
SetThe : BEST QUALIFIEDFOR '


DISTRICT 3 COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
Deltona Corporation
.A. leading Florida community the best

_.....u..., \elopment firm\ reported 1l recipe -

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sales and earnings for the : '- .
quarter of IM4. for Candldaie '
)
Net Income from the (Democratic !*',. ",
o
! NEW-rOR-IK4 based firm's operations am 11\\folks
COMPLETE ed to $411,"" or 33 cents I "

share for the three newly 1 Assures .' ,
of : : : ;
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12.PIECE ,HOME ended Sept 30. In the 1 moved you ,
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of 1961!
quarter comparable }: .
,
come was I1TL22T or 13 i Desirable Industrial D T lopmaaiConMnrtlhr .' ? ri

FLAG'KIT. per share. In addition the TO DELAND i Economical Practical I. +
pany reported U cents per Tits .kas* ttl (.r saws ,>*
wlih heavy siaal.t>ol from a special tax credit ksI. -aU* hnd.. wotll MIlletS .... ,.. .2_ ",,,, i ,
", ,. V tnds: -iach Eagle 190 period. : o pin '.1..ta/wwria ilh/dl tIIaatIr I "
Sales of homes and .b. M. ....... IIeIIotIiIY Sound '
at the Deltona ,Cerp .e.Mehihd.4 ,....-.... 'a .Ale--ph.MP.a. .... ; Common.Sense Application J"L A .;: i le :"i

Florida I I properties
IIi ,US fsel ,F1a| witt! 0iveU4tttdii4sHaas U.7TT.447 la the third ,: ao..rem.l1la Principles "
ntitatlt sieves |HIN| | sad against RU3I97 la the "ax- t1 PlanningZoning'FLca1! Polldas -> ,, :

brail ", ..' Every flsf equipped $ -----
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with 4-faet staff, heavy *.*.! .e.atl.atatket 3rtasTaa FOR BETTER CONSTRUCTION

with tcrawt, stns, cert "''ye,.. rst wSrr..rr.rrw. K
of
Gqy.trnmenfll.Mln
Moartaf laitmtUai, Fief. '11.." aaa USE ROOF TRUSSESMANUFACTURED ..- i nowledgt gement '

.Ji<,.tN faUer' -AD hi S ..If....,... kit ...-_ .Mae, M Pet.r. I i 8 Yatri Continuous Service aiOnnond

wr/lt. 11.I. i-' Batch cur Commissioner
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Available At. -- toea -- Sal II I Ia
e. PULL LEVER S AMORE
i ANO SOLD BY roar:kse r ** .*. !
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I IlCi!: 11tb 'st11Cl15 : CONRAD LUMBER CO. en ersae.ad.....Nevr. .*..... I. i I FOR YOUR TAX DOLLAR!

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f>i|* 7 HAND (OlOKDA) SUN NIWS MONDAY, OaOHX 16,1964Strike's

i. West Volusia Real Estate Business News
qulcWy> a* poeaikie. At the
End
la durable
tame Mm, a rise
good order was reported and
there was a trtng of toed

[I' Sales Totaled At $264,120 For Week I Hopes Boost I from earning corporatiena and dividend, report"

By Wednesday, the market
Stock MarketNEW kid a series of three harp advance .
Julia C. Ptrriih to Mr. and DeLand properly Cark'i Red. lien, to Mr. and Mrs Marvin R. behind It i Including tli.JIt'1I111a *

Mn. Milton Frank Mnbley' Jacky $10,000.. Blk. II.ACORN. Emer on DeLand, property Friday and wa mfl.
lonvUle.( PM .rty. Rogers De- ACRES Fearingtoa A BaOard Sub.. -- : HVKK (APMlit. ateefc tied to a rest Stock ettld

Land Map $25.000.. Blk. 5. ),fr. and Mn. N. H. Trenthan $*.000., Sec,, 41730. market last week iueeted out back Irregularly while the flnancial .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Bairn to Mr and l>1ra. William C. Mr. and Mn, George R. Zarn a gain amid hop that the strike community pondered
to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joseph Munroe. Or.nrlly, property, to Mr. and Mn. Joseph B. igilnst General Motor would I report of the spreading effect
Wehrtritx, DeLand, property Acorn Acre, $3.700.. Bk. B. Schmlerer. DeLand, property, be halted during the weekend I ef the CM strike on the glut
University Manor Sub., 121,500., James L. Cade to Mr. and 6200., See 211730. The market was strong In the compiny'a many suppliers u
lki. 10! 105. Mr*. L. Z. Bell Seville, property DELAM HUiRIAMM first two sessions, took leases well U on railroad and steamship .
Mr. and Mr. Edgar E. Cory Haynle'i Add., $4,500.: Blk. 3. Mr. and Mn. Frank C. Kauff- on th* next: two day, and ended llnej
ion to Mr. and Mra. Leonard Mr. and Mn. John M. Scott to man to Either M. Carter, D.. i the week with a light up. MODERATE DECLINE:
D. Blackford property Lake Mr. and Mr*. WilliAm E. Avery Land property DeLand High'" tick. The market underwent *
Marl Estates, tlJ.MO.. Blk. A. Sanford property, Bodlne't Plat, lands. $1,200.) Lnt 16. The net result for the bow moderate decline on Thursday
The Deltona Corp. to Mr. and Enterprise, $.1,40., Blk. 3. F I r. t america Development Two Bedroom 1 Jones industrial average 'wa a Disappointment ever Chrytlcr'i
Mn. Lawrence O. Ross, Deltona. Estate of LeRoy Joseph Odum Corp to Mr. and :.11'1I. Reuben off!SsLr q lOa'6' I OaCM moderate gain of till at 177.82. I third quarter earning and It*

property, Deltona Lake. I to Mr. and Mn Lonzo C. Jack- A. Gallegu. San Fr.ncl co.Callt i IgSr a TIle Associated Pre* averageof dividend action were a prominent
J18T30.. Blk. 13. son, Defend, property Odum ., property, $1,000, Sec. Home 4 RN DININGIT05 M docks rose 21 to 3312. feature of this drop. ,
Mr. and'Mn. Lloyd T. Utmanto 'Sub, 2500. Sec. U 17.30. I 231330. Design Wall Street seemed reiasured GM ended the week Yt'ItIt.
Mr and Mrs Agear Y. Sogge.D Mr. and Mr. Steve Harris to Mr. and Mrs Eddie Henry to r- (hat the changeover In Russian gain ot ITI at 102'. The tock
Bary, property. Lake Marie L. E. Duke and 'Lucille Duke, Mr. and Mr*. Dorvln Henry and Is PresentedWhere I.!! 'leadership and the Chines explosion market closed early Friday la
rtte. I1 ,(K)0.) Blk. J. DeLand property, Wisconsin\ Ate Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Henry, of an atom" bomb had respect to the memory ef Herbert
Bernice H. Wright to Mr. and $1,800., Sec 10 17.30. i Starling Ky., property, $800, brought no Immediate dire consequences Hoover The w..,!!'. volume .
Mn. Samuel L. Smith Jr., De- Sam Varano to Mr. and Mm. Sec 2915*. lot frontage) I.I at a w** 23.90R.X10! aharta compared .
Land property, Franklin Russell E. Roddrv Huntington FI I r a t america Development premium It I b desirable to Increase Dr.",' p STRONG with 23,836,03): the prevlou

Height. S13.m.: Blk 1. Va, property, Daytona Park I Corp to Ortavla M. Malres, the depth of the house t DR00M| tCOa, LIVING ROOM CARPORT' The steel' Industry reported week
I DELTONA LAKES Estates, 1500., Blk. (. Rrldgepot. Conn, property, $700 In this case to 28 feet.whlch .1.! .1 Ipr11 | S *<.titOOO'Z If* "I'* demand still ItTO/I,. Weekly Bond price! were a bit itronger -
The Delter.a Corp. to Mr. and Mr. and Mr*. Haddon N. Lar- St'<'. 2213 :30. 11'I makes deeper room Another steel production rose suostsndally. during the week. Price .of
Mn. Anthony A. Wloniewkl, son, to Mr. and Mn. Mark Fir I t america Development economical and d"slrlllltfl''urft ..nONT_ <_ I ley,- The steel storks responded US. treasury bond advanced
Deltona, property, Deltona Lakes Shoeld, D e R a r v.< property Cn..p. to France Maupom. Melba of this liveable two- to these good tldingi. more than 11.IIY week stool!
W.dOO., Blk. 12. $10,000., See. 121130.: Manor, N.Y., property $700., bedroom (1000 aq. It.) house lathe Motor advanced vigorously September
Mr. and Mn. )Frank Berry to Sec 231330.: shed roof which give height
The Deltona
Corp. In AltheaN. on Tuesday In responi to
Mr. and Mrs Harry A.: GIIII.tt.Oranr19 Crisp, Deltona, property. Del. Nellie Hill to Church of God where It I 11 needed: ever the IH'SMESS! MIRROREarnings new that President Johnsonhad REMEMBER

City property ThreadgiU tons Lake, Sft,600.. Blk ITS. Colored Churches Daytona front which' Includes the living obtained a pledge from CAR DOES n BEST
Keub.. $11.500., )ilk. C. Reach property, Ponce DeLeon room and the bediooma. Roof. .
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Ren- GM and the United Auto Wnkit OtEKN't rCEL Dee. II Tee Let
Mr. and Mr*. J. Walter nines/ to Mr. and MI" Alvin J. Spring. $100., Blk, T. overhang shelters the front door union to end the ttrlk anCenhnlse.s (Air)
Mr. and Mn. Robert S. Chanvtn which I 11 further enhanced by a Show
Schwsrz to Mr. and Mn. Dan Smith DP.r.and. property, Jo'I'"ro Reports
to Mr. and Mr*. W. DennitRaulerson .In
:
built -
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Duvall, DeBary, property, Ington A Ballards Sub., $" ,::100., planter
,
Mill r'. Acre. S11.330., Blk. A. Blk. M DeLand. property, The living dining are of horn Fleer Shew
Cornelia Height, $HIO". Blk. 103. 1000 M I II M< feet deep and
The Deltona Corp. to Mr. and SPRING GARDEN 4 I
Mrs. George A. Rabey, Deltona Catherine H. Coll to United Ada. J. Horn to Richard LewisJr. recelvM light and air through After-Taxes Profit Rise CARPET TILE
Cocoa
property, Deltona Lak.s. $11,100 State of America, property property, Orange five floor.to-celling Jalousie window .
Ilk. 10. Spring Garden Sub., 8330. Sec City, $100.. Blk. 3. In tile end end a ala foot CERAMICS
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Henry to
43-1629. sliding glass door which open
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Reinee -
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Henry,
to.Jiviephln Ruth L. Jung- Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Mr. Starling Kv., fiovt.: Lot 35 from the dining area Into a By SIM IHWVl.V: has been upward" In most quar I r
10 x 1C screened poich hidden ArM,"'.. .1.0. Antrkm OI**'
,
'kerg Deltona. property, Deltona Nichol to Mr. and Mrt. Lloyd C. $100., Sec. 2913.28. AP IhMlneM Analyst ten In the last two years .
Lake, 10000., Blk. 7. Young I clldna. property, Del trIIm.thl'. sheet by the ctrport.Plans 1 In the
Mr, and Mrs Dewey Dlllard call for built.In baibe- MEW YORK tAD A Jump, Leading name rarpo. At
Edward L. Cax: to R. C. tona L.kes. $8,150.: Blk. 91, to Mr. and Mrs. N. T Dlllard.Pleison a I of around 20 per cent In after rate field already hate reported

Booker and Cornelia Booker, Surety Bldg. It Loin Aisocla- property', Barney DII. cue chimney pit Ri stark using a the the living came tax profits this put aummer Increases; American Telephone Bohron Tllo Company. Inc.m .

lard Sub? $100,, Lot 36. room fireplace (FT), though over the summer of 19fi3 la Telegraph International I left Rick A*.. PkM M 4-1101
In the earning Ruslnra Machines. General
out
being spelled
both be eliminated In the
Odell Dugger Loan Interest may of economy. The. Iirtplace report coming In ROW from Electric, Aluminum Company nt
Savings U.S.!! huxlnesf firms America, Pu Font, American
however I II located In a
A still bigger rush of earnings Tobacco St. Regis Paper,
II corner away from the room for July.August- American Can, Eastman Kodak,
'
statements
Gains Arc ToldDuring ] :
traffic, which make It a natural 50 to 1
I focus for the grouping of furni I September( due In the next two Xerox.
"Tr.tM ROOM:
or three weeks. Is expected to :
the first nine months ture. confirm the Impressive gals To Steel' are riding a boom In
Phone 734-4786 A( 1964 savers added over me nrsir.vort.n: come are some of the largest profit a* well a* In production .. tn.i. art till .Mi thit. yt. wUI |tt "H..... .f| flinty
and a half billion dollars II.691.143,000 .- From the homemaker' pointof nit, motor and steel companies. and new order. Among (the first when. yes *entrant with I
to be exact to their view the dining and work Most seem sure to be ahead of' a to report increased earning for
Residential and Commercial .saving account In Florida' 134Mvlng area are advantageous.< The year' ago. the thud quarter are: Republic, John ''E. Leicis.
and loan associations. kitchen can be closed oft from In the tint halt of this yearrmporate Jon A Laughlli. Armco, Allegheny .

Additions and RepairsHOMES Thin Information was released ,the dining area by the sliding profits as a whole Had Ludlum Kaiser, It lobe ilmil that' many mn. (i*.clll>i4 In thilr iw* .
today by William D. Hussey, door (marked with arrow onplan topped the ear-agi figui by Youngstown Sheet st Tube and ; rdye.
Hall wt r tss.tent.54 iwatrrliUn) t*
frir your
'. there I II 5 ft. .
executive vice president of the a 4'i! x around IS per cent The 1hlnl Acme The two largest, US "
Florida Saving and Loan breakfast and snack area. (with quarter returns are likely to Steel and Bethlehem report "Quality Hm.

League folding window opening Into I push the annual rate to $12: billion. later this week aid, stock traden .H.* snifter what. till *r PRICI hems yea kv ,In. mln*
In this came period, however, dining steal) and there I 11 a In 13! the nation' cot'portions expect them lo Join the parade. !t., saran If rimtt'sllnf), It receives the name. tillkar wrkmn-

the League executive reportedthat goodslzed service utility room (openingInto cleared $:.MT billion shIp. | .*alag, ulI.trlleIe.1I.w., .", sad aerates white. H
savers withdrew $1,324,428, yard) on the Other Uxe Nonferrou gainers, tented' ,
.Ir.... The kitchen \Itself alter eerie tk* .*mt -
000 for various purposes, leaving has two AnVAXCWl MOWN Reynolds and Kaiser Aluminum
a net increase! hi their saving tones with sink (IS) and counter Showing advance In the lat a* well a* Alcoa, and also National
balance ot .168.ntooo through space under the window be. .*st accounting period are moat Lead CagUPtther and I' Ivill' HC.
"Bum With You la M113d"R. September of this )tar. Been the built In oven (Ot and of the metal electronic, chemical General Bronze.Electrical .
During September saving Increased refrigerator IRE Against the ', metal working machinery equipment ....ffell'C'tTlllllro
W. Prescott In these thrift and home I"-,od' wall I* the countertop I fond, retail drug, building material. report are aver JLe
financing Institution by M,347,. range Ri with fn and hood. and utility companies. whelmlngly on the upside, along oin"Dfilgncr W J
000. This brought to"I savings aver It. Wall cabinet are shown wills household appliance and
Phono 734-4887 to a record high of 1"13.35.1.000. dotted on plan. Stockholder' already are bUll In''' machine. Irtdudad are "
which I I. represented by 1,640,000 Th. corner bedroom. lO'xlV being rewarded In Septembercash topped$2.S CR and Wetlnghoue Tlectric, and Builder Quality //om,,

account holder 1964. Florida .hat. three window for erl.eventilation billion dividend a payments 13 per cent )rIM Carrier.\ HonevweU Franc, >IOf Uit Mw Tech A,.. fk, **. 714-1157
30.
r As ot September and a 7 foot closet 1963 month. Stork Oral.cr5 Maylaf, Texan Industrie\ Also
menthe
was the sixth largest saving with blfold door for better 'there are Polaroid Flertrolux.Worthlnglon .
VMLa') s11.WALKER) and loan state In the nation with sccess. The second bedroom liar noted this was an Improve.meat for ROMOH. Thompson
the 10 cent rise ..
on per
total asset of $3.277,374.000. a SVi foot closet and two 3 foot- the first nine month H a whole Rams Wonldrldge. ,. .A
wide J
awning windows The


(}{1 ill] r :[( Hello was FORT"hello",KNQ.' 'Goodbye'and<. Ky."goodbje"(API) at It 5'way wall x hung,from''''' toilet bath the adlicent window hit the and to tub the a and flow Hope"*el brought are this yearend strong year stockholder extras.Many to for: $12)a.generous billion payment Zalc's N tcsItccol"c1.Snlcs mWlmITI.

washer W and
DV
) dryer ( In
already.
the home of M. Sgt. Elmer i. companies
the utility room. The water
record
Blackburn.: seem assured of setting
On the day he retired after heater I 11 also located' In this high' tale, profits and dividend .
BUODWOMrVTERIAL more than 23 yean of military room. payment for the entire year. Kale Jewelry Ompanv.' Inc mmmmmmm
service his ton Elmer Jr., left BEDROOM: RAIL But atrlkea, rising production today reported' record sale and

211 L Whteatle! pka 7344500 s.c.for basic training at Ft Jackson, he The completely bedroom/ shut kill off which from ran the coot dow, and In sale'In tome and re new a order slow- ended earning Sept."for 30.the six month Planning, buying/ building, repairing./ Improving

living room are. by a door threaten other companies with a Net sales! were $UA.m, a Imurlng nr beautifying )'DU'" find U atthti
contains two closet and the slackening of (he profit pace In gain of M.4 per) cent over the
centrally located heater. Hi. (the current tnd final qusrter| $U. M,150.: reported for the im IttLand In"I",.."$.
'WATCH ME'GROW! Ductwork from the heater to JIOOM. qrARTFJt period 1 year ago. Far Llillaf Her fk... 724-"" *t '

each bedroom end bathroom Rven In the booming third Net earning rose IS.I per
could be Installed by lowering quarter Ihet were IndividualmmpanlM rent 'lo reach st.501.m. or 411 AMTMCTANOTmiINSURANUHIVICI MOAN PUINnRINGS
the, ceiling of this hit] or by \ that fU behind year cent per alien, baWl on
\having the duct under the floor tgo result, usually for highly' 314.397 hart. outstanding.. OxJDtr'De.
alah.The Individual cause* rather than This compare with St:1IIt.1t: Th. Abstract Corp. 110 W. New York Ph. 734-2721

construction at Horn No. ID* In their own Industry. or M rent' per share for tilt 101 N. fid. Av*. Ph. 7J44J41VoluiU
1000 M I I. a* follows': the Inch- Among them were Chrysler l same period\ a year .,It and fLOW\H Iwo SIIVMIS'
thick and reinforced. floor lb Xennecott Copper, R J. Rey adjusted' It reflect ..tlll'le1M-
I b poured over solidly completed noM, Tobacco. Ccott Taper, drnd paid' fill the O..* B County ., Tho HorlitGatMttJAWN
7Y fill *ad vspor' membrtne.' All UbheyOwena. .Ford Cla.l, Com Common week Jan 10. Abstract Company .116 L Indian, ,h. 734-0355
exterior wall are IIf I Inch (hickconcrete Products, failed, Fruit and The Dallas.based Jewelry compny 112 W Indiana Ph. 7K03JJ
block with furring Clllott. currently h" .W stoves SUmifSGoll
iJ .trip* (or ..nal<lllll.lMMi'! and ThIlH 'were exception" w a la operation, Including the De- ASS ONO"ION'NO'
i
l r s plaster o* tile Inside and stucco two k longer' list of gainer, and Land tore, at. 'lncre. ot M Hudwwo Co.
on the outside. All Interior par t* the general profit trend which unit within' the past 12 "months." Roy FrUnen's 301 N. Blvd/ phone 7)44444Odoll

tltJons see of regular weed .!..()., **. Ale Ce4l*alf '
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( IIrTIAellJl'i j
frame and plastered M both" I 209 *. ,1oleI.> Ph.Jl3 -0M3
.Me*. The ceilings, alas plastered. COOL IN SUMMER. !
Duggor1Q11
follow the Uae of the shed
a A roof which I II topped with white .;.. WARM IN WINTER Green's Fuel-Sortie.. ,1 No: Flo. Av*. Ph.7)447MVHuaiNU

marble chip and her heavy l3t N. Rind.hone' 734-2441
AnkltKti ttetdb 2001 Patli Drive insulation betweel the rsfter 3 Inch Fiberglass A4MHKIH

fleeting, may be III of ell (or .. rt/ c Aiomiai James F. Card
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Magnolia ShoresOn eloetrtel.nM for Rome Jfe. 1NIitt Insulation. 1I'00t 0 / 2 C. M. P..kWhltiholr INICRAMCB AflEMCr2U :

are *TJUiU. from ttm W4.N. ... lId;. Ph. 7144404WtlAM H. RouleverPie. 734.4U3ConradCompany
IN gjn4 *......4 '.. 14.re4erk .
Kepler Road rg 1*. Pta lath Hief CONRAD LUMBER CO. MATttlAU I
734-2272
IIIW.NswYtrk 1 Ph.
Nan eae.i isl>g el <;i4svrk.>.

he.. l wmtrwKMNM ..... enle ear *...., f..isr trfer Conrad Lumbar Co. I
Witck tUt iTirtsxtfctlf( Mit4 |rtw *"rif Pi_ tsfi.eased nnm WOt MIOKAN AT ..om'DIU.AI.. PNOMC 7144414See. ) MAIUTATI
W. khijm .t N. 0< oworPhene '
Ita alettMt tettstf M hi Urj. tree ttt4M the ((135i13S) .. .... *.*... ..... cad laMkrawnInteriar ---- 7344454 i' Ball Rally

ttkt eyed'") MM el H* KM mterfali. ... svterler. w.rta *..alf.TMrt *. .sad.. tnseearal bM **4rnri I 121 M. jM.' Phone 73i2,77
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*g .a.f e tftriV Tom Mllchell
...M (........ ViAl are Us For Money To Either :
ke tfBfktt4. wM tH hMtIe1J"f.' a. ,... Ie,. hi lt *e wrNU Mike. Nana. P1 r4teMM Lumber Co. I LaBe R.alty Co.
if ., Otlowar. Ph. 7)44422CAftMTaUHttO 205 R llvd. Phew' 734-214:
IM J18 M.
ss.esetan RNs.
find wM ware (
Rvbf reM .... H* larp reea) (Ufef Bleu
type ts ........ U lel e.w.alredew Your Dane
.*tf .*H tfc* pt. deter bf ...... It *e pit abe. Buy er Improve Rut tmn LOAM

...-.-. FtdtrUSjTlnjf

H wand. a d..... to yter ......Itf ..'... with. wk1 Mttr |m n.Laa4 Woochr.rkta DvLaad fc Lou,
I Divorce Granted N. Ph. 7H JW7COMCMTf
.. ......atfJ to lU.. iMtttM imfctf be.*.)**. Set It HOty.Doiigaod J40 hundsry '1J4 N. fleH/a 7342H1Soierr
CAIRO: AF) A H le kwbM SURETYBUILDING. PteWCTSBOKO

tad Sa .m..d! IIi tko .af''by tailed 14 Itt9 her tnt.'. BttUdbif
t *vrre *rt4. owa Hough keeffered Coactoio Prod act.JI. lk"Lorna JtuoeUttaa
*. all .iMuxouitwMe
eN
tiE & MrrCHCU, A.IJL she. k.M. a Mandy Job.| "undaty PK. 734.1424IL'3LL3ggst 110'M.' floral ;? h.134t1N1.S.

Tte trUe claimed sat ksreed & LOAN ASSN. : wmtelMil .. AI 11'j. -
( Par *. work M uI4In -
.: For Sale bra s* < I .
around tVt be M aO 4ay. '
Tllo Co.
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Realtor la grGg UM dhiarre, Judge 110 North Florida AT*. Pkow 7341847Mor1f3 Bohrta
aYDE c. BENNETT, Ahm 4 Listiy 4eriared M .al '124. N. 11,.. 7boil73420$ 122 t arch! Avi. Phone 7W1K1l'
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Northwest Volosla '
:
JaeVfCARI9itt WHITE WIDOW would Hko Job
I'M NOT BEjua STUFFS -r wrlmNLVfS C- C... stall... CALL raking cra of i atkMn n npin 1
and Aster hull *- __. nple Llva out. Writ Bun KatriBns
MASSEI AStDS FROM THE ULESAL* r>F THIS LIFAI aJra 114 H. Blvd P.... 1J4M7I ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.HEATING 41
r 1 ,
ny OF FRACTIONS MBWNB wmtoui
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A LICENSE,**!FORGET AgsURa11I1 Basinets Neighbors SR peed C.clrt.Bi n kp+l -l itmtl B

6pYETHNe ESE,.. .1 .
Aq DoR.awsEY LOG CABIN AIR CONDITIONING MEN WOMEN WANTED'?
/ ONCE!: to train' fnr O.ll LUrlta.
S PIERSON TOVRCPLEAFLRB SHEET METAL WORK Good Ti Thouund of _
TO .....n. Piporl> u.". unaMM.
1.0- lam, to II midnight lilt a. Plorlda ....... ,...11111 ...,.. For Informatlnn on Jkba
Z Hardware & Supplies. Boulovard.i Phono 7f4 M TWksrt THE SKIT HEAT III-GAL HBAT+ Malarloa ronulrrmmtta. looal i:

f1A Tho hut In caa hutlnjt la .( torDow wrlio n n'.iii'fi& .
:
I h t* DiM Florida. Horn Oaa Company Call pknno AMERICAN
;; L *ER and nuiLDINnIAL now for froa htatlni. "furvny nf Box dl IVI..nd lUll >.tI'... .
WE'RFAEIIEFORA IuT and HARDWARE vnur ham or hllll".... >'\o obllra-
MEDPALiPM .. iRaoN Bi PPI.r CD ONION RING ONLY lla, Tim tfonPIOUDA
Turn food. A W ROOT BEER!: HOME GAit COMPANY FinancialM
HOW FMBARRlT'D l>:NJGATpt 111II L JtL VD. IN I IC! S.w York PIt"n. 7U.TlRt

RE FORIORCWTG Announcements 'ONE DINER TELL: ANOTHER NEED SPOT HEATING

NE irs THE NEED ADDITIONAL HKATTNflf 1.1.Iin. o"em"Jtlel
RACK HgNENOODY Holiday Steak House NEED: PULL HOI'KB: CENTRAL'
"rw 4.T Uct Fss4
J SB HEATING
I SUIINCIIEI IV 1 FOR SALE:
_. 'N N. BOIJLIIY AaD. DELAND Tin GREEN FCEL fop frM
.
- Stork and ..quinm.ntmlu4.d,
ee ...t. on bang apn8cstloaGREEN'S
LOS?| 1ft "|nlnl T of St.t"on I nl,.. any Koaaon for Oflllnjr rIIhn'4.'Jt' .
IPPIN'pUKRIIBIRDr1O L CNMISARI TIIITvvpg Bet Ill? M pA Kp1 MI NDuA Shyer' Rulova Watch. Larry lon iMttf PsrtenSwimming FUEL nraa, Prlro. I.,MO,

COULD TAM. OA MOST OP DA TNIY'I, LINKS WIO CNILiZATiQM! NOPOWTANDNJO 1NIT ON TW INU $MJ oAN'.OM _dall Phono. 714:.1ft!. _Rtnard! SMALL RESTAURANT '7
OPIJROr aSAI7N' I''UTV IATAAR MonSa" II' N. PtVT rHO\TB 731+441ATI Mlo.RT: I'HEAP.Phont .
$ HUMMI111RpS STOPS 011 TN 6 KLNN01 WWf ? ON ApOOL I'M for
PIN
LOST In vlrtnlty' of Tolrphona ToW i tlt"uII" PUday NIOAIL Fit... MONEY ROT WHERE
UT YOU ID OS NFS M 1OWNI 00NN Au0 CM OUR WWW WV n pTUCK HUB / J SID.NOllltSlNATOWAuT .N.w Tnrk told Rulova LAI.nwateb. i iI 154nil.f THE BUILDERS BUI. 77\-1"4.

SUING MIML INVNfIeA NPARN ITIRIRTYtPOT PIR61ISROW t'I' Howard Phono, 7147741.FOR TENNECOSERVICE

,AS rTNAr 6UM1 pails! 201 Air c..., I HtitlnfELECTRIC
RIARDPDPYCNo1 ) .NOI / .. ,......... STATIONFOR
..
: IDAWNt I POOL rovFRil' a low .. f'.H. He AT, : LEAIE inn :'II 111..d. food
A GOOD HAMBORflWR WALLPR" CUSTOM POOLE, fLKAV, H J.II1'pAl:. "" .dlt and .m. .pltll rmlulnd.
It TH WAY FAIT LIKE IT Phono 18401'111'a NtTTINO ELECTRIC (O, 1ZT Call Richard Durham I. Wlpt.r
r' HOME MADE CHILI EAST NEW YORK ATX: PH. I'ark42'L

Lowman's Restaurant hi A Acc... itt 711-172h
v .. 121 N. FLORIDA AVE D MwStyTeUM
Nat to 'h.n. Thoatrt 2U tail..q
FREE: oW' FOR THE MnllJlJ':
: FRRD LOW WAN WJU, '.. Loans to $600

WICRITT WBBEILANDF !: : STONE le&aDRIVERna. End Roofing WorriesWITH
..,r ..,. 19' TRADE: STAMPS' FOR ('U) Guaranteed Runharnld Root Union Finance Co.
C''IIV*. HI'FPORH COIS" STAMP FOR ,.,.. Ettltnato: r.ll SKINATTJRE. FCRNTTITRBAUTOMOBILE.
SHOP IDA N. WLtlSIA AVE. TEXACO SERVICE TOM MITCHELL LUMBER COtil REAL, ESTATB.
C17-'ZI PHONE! 75.till, 111 *. Boulfvaril. Phon. 714.lint No.' Polawara Phono 714.0421H lit I. BLVD PBoii* TI4-4I44 y
ORANTR: riTT .

DID YOU KNOW G..... inlltr 2 GALLONS Uh"lt.rlllt-leflllhhhl LOANS TO $600

Markrt D llrato...n. 1U A. SILVER SHELL OIL
hurrh haa Chlckin Pot Plaa en'RANCHHE let t'. 01.. y.... Pr.t TRIBBLE & REYNOLDS
LOX3UKE OSCARS YEN,.HCW TH' YAIIP rM LOCKINfA fOR I ,,, Tu.adlti:' Human.! For P",.. To
MADE (T BACK TO / QUESTION IS,.. HEY! THE PRINCESS ; ITDIlICU Mlclo A $1.69 Pit Ynur Pulget On FINANCE CO., INC.

YUONGUWD OKAY CAN HI PIND.RMNN&ILDLP RRUNNEHIIAIL TO KNOW? .r Hurrtro on All ", Wyla'teo1..k.. AL T'phnl.nr: and R.nnlahlnpHunt's Rn,. OweM .., Rnm/ Polka
An'uYI SHELL IITATYO"
u. a. 81... Phon/ 14-1"
IIL La.A.Wn your ChmtraaaTEDFORD 101 .. BLVD. Phon. 1U.II4. Upholstery Shop
01St.
nor
"hv 1(104 E. Carolina Ph.... 7.110.'
JEWELRY BURNETT FINANCE CO.

i |0| E, N.w York AVI.. DoLand.Phono Business Services 22A pear Ca,...... ft CinrmU Til covrvsm IA'j11ERnCE.

CUITOM MADE DRAPER AND LOANS

WNISGI !AT) R1RRRT PRICES: II Satcltl' StrrkM FLOOR SHOW 114 S. ALA. 734-0872

111 11:. f'h"rt'h T14.Z."

LAY AWAY TOUR HRIM'PMM': you I QUICK MIR!:ftt VII'IC'ARER!: STAMP ARMSTRONG DAILY: KEVTTLBAMI 13 ....,...c.RnMJIR .

OIFTS TODAI; ITS EASIER CALL VIOOUJCT, at.8IU! >'RH"ANT GLEAN
THIN WAY LEI:
FERKELULAYAWAY : J COST. Ar..nt
1 JEWELERS. BOHREN TILE CO.
.
Ioftonlno T .t. nod OdnrRemnvrd ALLSTATE RANGE CO f
P on B..I. Bala Ul E. Rich' A.a* Fhon '.4-M Auto, Roma But, Uf. Health
L Culligan WaterConditioning ALLSTATm Ante 5)nnnc Plan
.'Mrt h Tour .ChM.tm" ..1ft.\ tow U lab Pr.t.1Printing lean Bld",.. D>Lan Ir .
M1 li It lnt r then you

I 1 ,w.nyy r.h: kw THINK 1741 sBLVP__ Ph... 714.I7M JAMES F. CLARDY

CONNELL & COX PAINTING, ,i MiNG RCPAIMsT ORYERAL INRrRANCRIll
Carpentry. Call Nolan l Hnvc Ph N. BI.. PlIo" ,......
1)5 N. RIrl. Phnn. 'It.ft7ft' 'a'.lu .fnr 1 ".m. w..kd.vaDeland

NAVE aJ'ouiADEAR : WILLREMINDT14t HTOVB '" JOHN W. TTTBNER:
6ETT R NUPE NONO! CI-LANn HARDWARE <'OIt Woodworking Co PIKE AUTO Lira
OFF THIS LEAVE GIRLS N. BLVD. Phono 'a- n. 14* N HOtnUDART PH. lit-H4T ONI at bas oanl n4 mrtiUm M4 N. BLVD.. PH 734-4111
IN ? i1T THE OFFICE lanta In aontral? floHaa wal.
LIPSTICK! II THAT 1bU'RE LEGAL NOTICI SAW FILING ama tour vrlatlnif ort.r-from 34 MirtSii-.J..gM-S.'l4l
+ TNt REU SPOKEN bun,n... and pr>nnal card tonulUtbMaand
D&L CO. f..II._. drcn.
FOR! 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS lap Pot ..llm. .. call eolloet VOIITl'lAGlU'
M .
IN THE' fOtrVTT 1tDOFfOI I4f II Mow Tnrk ..... 1I4.A4K' Now I...,.... Boaoh MownO POE IKI'ORJlATION .heat tong
'RT. IN AND FOR VOLt'''A I Oblnot Maklnt and .arponl A I S441 Prompt Conrloa, SaUa.laotlo Term Homo Mnrtln M ba
11p (1>l NTT: FLORIDA. LN PKU I, Wrhrlhlo 734. 1ll| Guua._ DELAND FEDERAI.:
BATE i BulMlnn Contractor tavlnn .to 1Aa. A.aoet.tl
I M UK P8T4.TE: 0PELLA 1---- U' N. FlorIda rltena ,.......
B. liT W' 111"1.1" and I..,." no,
AI.HOCIIE.D..'....". make and model FOWIOI Marhlna.Ditflnfartton 24 Fnrti ... Jukes
v T. all Ir.dtl. and .u arwnnhnylnp ......nt.." or Live Stock
.
U .1.lm. and d.mande No 'h..... Phono .....24'. fl/>KED
1 nalniit Mill *maiOT" Botanical nr <'.. Hwy, IT N.UMIL .
*. and ....h ..f you. are h.r.hitlfltd GLIDER RIDER!: 1% TbRTHEROTICB
and r.iulr.d t.. pr...nt TFI.AXP AIR lI1tRVI'EMVNiCiPAL II
any elalmii and lmand whichitalnot : AIRPORT OIT YOUR NORTH CAROITNAAPPTFH in

you, or nithnr of t.'o ni mat hat. CUSTOM TRACTOR MOWI\G and HALLfWZENPPMPKINR : : 'FOR ALB:'AKC nIK 1'>.0"_ 0.hand
1 Ii tho ELLA D LOTS and ACREAGE NOWNORTH 1 months old Phoos
: 10 STACKRrtrSIC. n>roaitd. 110 l .f Til.toil CAROLINA Applta, for 1U.4J7 .
+ Vnhialn, ('nnntl Florida. to the Hon wee. Hullowotn Pumpklni Junt
JohnL. Rv\j1"f\n.l t'nupty Juilm of off Truck Routs lIa Tl. MlnnwotaA ". DOGS ... Can for aaopooa '
.
i r ..r V..h.I. County at kla offdx. In thoe""nt 13 Oraflt-Cstmtfct ALSO oaMHa' >. A lal Roon
)' Courthoiiao In DtLand. Vo.luala Inm._. 1111 W. M1>*> KB 41144.ir .
Cnnntv.Florida. within alai.1.mnnh.
from tho d.,. of tho lint CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEEL Employment
BETTER PULL OVER 1CUDIDNPTSAY J tIIYNKN piihllntlnn honor All ,1.1.... and
\ TOT*' SlOfOFTHrnterrt SIOtI ".m nd. Mt .".....,... ..."11.1". thoIlln. CHAIRS Merchandise
t THINx 111 .not ,In the .nn.t DnnoMMAitann
DOLICEiAAN IS AFTER shall III barred II "ro"I'.d FOR RENT OR SALE 2SSIVERAL Help WIII'el-fl..I. .
kr law. 41 ArtkJw hr Sale
I 8. GNDtAR! Dat.It.mh.., n. A'" 1041. food1torrltorloa! .
ALL RIGNT1A ..' RICHARD H. I1MPRONA. Bearden's l Drug Shop oponCuotomrra
to ... our nelilntnow tO. WIIOH-I ..'.Ir with nm.
Pioi>ntnr of the Lo.lt Wand '1\1 Co*. M. Mow fork and Alabama. ATOPkoao Orlntrnm II".. IOU ihowthorn Improved Dn.A-th0) T.bl.ta
'f.I' Ad TMtamrnt of FI: ,LA B. TI4.1111 and to bl( wkly 'In. Oely FDA VOhtala Ph..'....,.. Ina
XTAthHni" .
; DacoaMd
Ito.. utth. Avon ",11. Mraranrol .
JOflHAI: A 'ABFRTSAttornrr" HONE OWNED .FIRtONAL II.... '
I ,... .... > H. Snow PO. Box 41M, .
I 11111.1Ea 1 for tho 1..I..t.; E. dar Low PrlEoa OpkiDELAND'SUNDRIES Iiattona Poach FIG. SELL.
'..0I..rlh- Florida Avonua 2:. BUY TRADE

PO. Rna 444 WAITRESS! Part or fill. tint. Kvonlnir 'TISCWFR TRAPTNfl POST
DoLand, flnrlda. hnura, Apply In puronn 011\ 14* 0. MUVD Phono 734.1141
in*
N Bird
0.11.11.24.7.8NOTICE :|!: Prnno 734 2T1I MAR)!':!, PANCAKE: HOI;SO,
| \. HlvdEXFCRIENCEO. AUTO AIR CONDITIONING .
4ta OF" PUBLICATION To Every Prescription -.1"19 .
Artl Kar lal. Eorvlro
'NM iv THE: rmri;IT "WflT op ..W.....;.... "' ..'.d OBOROR!: RUASER GARAGE
THC! / VENTH jmillAU ('1R- part .r full tlmo. IKmd pay and SM .. Alabama Ph.. TI4.I0f
1"1'1'' l\ AND FOR VOI.I'"l" WE ADD SERVICE ISM, Applv In prraon '
I' G 11)1'NTT. FIA. 'RIDA. IN CHAN.I OUR PkarmaMata tako caro of ,otnproaertptlo IMIWIMI K RIMTAl'RANT.nlj. BUY WITH CASH '
'r(CRY Ml 14,721 I aiooda aa auloklr aapooo
Ari 11 r1WHW *' FEDERAL MV1NOH MAID WITH A I/1W COST
ltlFTCR klo .. w 11 k o I I aaarlflalngojoamp WANTED fill tlmo Mint
AND IRAN AXIHX'UT1ON.a b. ...t. Ho ahlo to rook, Vrltobns PERSONAL: LOAN ROM

I'nll>d Stairo nf Am.rnaoration. IN ..Snadrloa dopartwiant aa 44__t0.1Andpun_ __ .. DELAND STATE BANK
( I eor, PlalntKt.RntFRT .
.0. aa at our Pharmorf 10511Whladhasywraa'0.
EPLRIENCED NH..ma or 1'1"1" Carp.t 11..1."
W.llnn
ya pod a
IQJt M E166 4x1 WHATfc7HE0CO0KXJTBSTOTWe: rM NoI'axruAlt ox roCXb65 ADAMS 0 .In.'. mall iko laotoat horl 0,11. Conk for Imm.dots.mplovn.ft. ,, 101 Ie N.... Jo.k rho. ,.'..61.
JOANNE R:. ADAMS: ,. a >lnlnm.n ". Vail TI4.i.ol.' ApOI'I f'\IT _
VFF S" w
ETC,; i4. 1.l4aTS aFMVLEA ; 4INOABOATWH6WAAE THE VOLUSIA PHARMACY : : I'mIIILLFR
4TRE1T 810 MYSftFI THE NITFI'; ICI 8TATMor p.reon? .t THE. Rift RltiTRLCI v KLI an ioPHONB .
a'T1iAr AIIERICAI: ) and STATKor '''''' Aancy. STOP b.tatna 11 am. I -; t.14-1417
YIANIIDA. pofrndnniTO in IN live Pho.o 714.IIMU and 4pm.WAITRRSIPI. !:. m
,.. I AUCTIONEER .
1T1MIE : JOANNE; H. ARAMS 1'RRDED CnL O.Pabry. load.In
alnclo vnnann : I ,In llvoatock and oommorelalaollnn
.1WFfgTA a
\ fk'e .lf W951'IN0168... M ..l,l.nr. nknnwn ,.IIIt.......f.a.r Msin| PULL OR PART, TIME Export I ..r1n... IU.3171. I*.Land.
... TAIL,. JOANNr: K ADAM. ARBRFRrRT nerd profrrrod. (>r.r tl Apply
... NUTirittt In tall -4I41 for An- I PENF1ELD: RIDING TRACTOR
that a suit prronn I
.. CHARUHW1RPHT : P. McIiTLT. 'Iitmvot RUUI:I RF."T"I". I 33" Kivath Rntarr Mowrr
kin h n krnuaht r 'nllt rnil hr "
R.rsTBR rsi!: .II.RAL RAT- PAINT DEALER: kANT: HI-way 17. :So ot 7", M,P. noml eond Hon.' '391
III W Ooonria Phono 74 14lt
INOH AND LOAN AKAMIATIOVPlaintiff o.lAnd'l Jacobs Motor Service
Lr / s Vd.t I'I'FIW I to fors,,.. a ..nainVnrii i PNICIION PUNTS AND VARN' FULL. FART TIME, nM.r Ml
tj S BLVD
No IVUind 784-0}
proforrtd calla
phono
moo particularly d> .
101 A 1.1. COLORS :MIXED INICMYfM
slr itJo.Jcm rrlb.rl la ih. Cnmplaltic: fllod Ini Plna, 1101 .. BlvdBricklayers .
101. ,lit' which mnrt.... '."ul'll. .aO'.1 GOFF HARDWARE :- ,
hen the following' "...."h.d pro. TYNER'S HARDWARE 16 Sup w..tt4-M... Oatv, BOULEVARD and WIKCONSnt!
.
my, .11...,. In Voluila' 0 County, till !t. RI.& Pkono TJ4-JM7 PLENTY OF PARKING
iorlAa. t..",It: I Ph.. RE: ......

The Tantorhr: I'' f..l .f Lot DeLand Paint & Glass NeededI to HORSE Johnwn M t",. Uk a

It a00print tho banttrlT It Ul W Ooorrta A.. Phooo ,....3I1DURALITE IS.10 an hour Ttrlvklaytni local new. "I" Can be Gel A' II
fat IAN-DT POINT KKPLATarrnril NOME! *0" No. 1U III N Roach Hi., Partona W Plymouth A.oWlaTINOMOUIE .
,n to the Plat of rrord R.orh. rL 1..11. 7 to I.at amI .
In M..<" Book If, Pan !II'. of PAINTS. Auto, WuhotMachine '
ho Public *.r..r WAISTTAKEINThid ItA E $, StiD tbLITD CAMPS .nil Hood. month Sonrlro Siatlnp work Choot. Utaoimj TIlt...* Card
:Mint ohirt nnta Boa 47 Do- Tibia, I
I 1ARD Y CpLIAR M.r w MAKE AU."n4 Innludne' .A. h..nd'n' and 11. II.hy SInert-OI. .. I."dlu" X_.. '11". a., .n" lI.ft
\ "..rt...".... .lfx>.'.01 thoroon, THE IIEiAu SNAP
Al71iRl1TIONS'i. i and 1..otkor witk the furnltnrofurnUhinta. L at IIRVICE STATION MANrMult ha Ifl South Amolla A... .
5AMS CUSTOM .and flauiro ..Ita..t. :I t R.f.r.nc.a.SJ7 LOOUE'IM'RICRY1ICHlIO1 ova I* Nan ., ....and "D'.'
44. $ Woo ONE
tkorom and Inrattd }hor on. E. Ohio. Pknno 34-4'M a4ryl. Hun nm.mlooion
TAILORING I nuarantoM omploirnittit, OmnblHatloi Ws.Rnr.Dryo.t24II'
:1.dTT and for otknr ,.11.'. and yoit arartaulrod .,any' OAf Shay Wool O.v(1111C4..I11a1ubalapm Wrla Inn Nowa Bo* |l, AMIM.
7 b to fllr your. An....' In Hid' .. Xaato ......
'....iplalnt with II. Olork of till. .II ft IE,. T>4.IU alP ni..... MAN FOR SERVICE STATION ONEI
.....'..ofvltd I'nnrt and to ..r.. a .".. ll 1. KaporloiKO .* ._,.. door Frlfidalr. B.Wior ter |7t II
I Apply I. LoTollloa Bli ONELana.
ropv tk roof on Plaintiff attornorHi.WARD P raal
I 1r F WALTERS. TIM II iBfof. CwnrccttnPOP4 R'* Truf Mtpp on Truck Ro..to. olio pprlrht Proaior" }and05mp41Ulnnta .
.f
\, II! Rlorarno Rn..'.'..... )fl.m'or.. I doora A Bar*
JII 1 Ma, not lator than tho day of CRIIK. .rrtog D.Londooro SERVICE STATION Ciln. '
.,Salk: whlrhsail OTHER Barraln* LAW:itoMymall
Novomkor ,
R till III I 'It Fra o tlmat o. H. mooow .
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..
Tomplaint .will ka ,taktn aa .. krallakkk Phooo 7I4-4M1. MAN WANTED T .. and anran .
onn'.d h. '0.. Coo oal.iit OMAC Hnaoelnt j)

i i 11.4 HATED, tkl" loth day of Ortnhor. YINUAL PIPE: .ItTIlUTE'cnICTIIAC'1'Oa $55. Week, Plus Com- Boulevard Appliance Inc

fib JEFF! MATHAXOork" COLOR GEORGE rH. "...." mission. No Sunday or J'tIa..t.I. Sajoa A II....... '
.brAOa a.P1 nf the "' .....U ,f onrt tl* N III... ...".. TI4 IM(

Bj RACHEL ANDREWSMopnlv: .Vrktklt 201.AIr (.... t HMti f night work required.Guaranteed SI1OLtA' -G will ;;::'3f.tIH"

I : : I .J4.N.I.P Steady '. ".." only en. ."', 1114:
f OUT ova WAT .sys. o'TPTwaIUovs .oAaDnfo.ooas vttk o BUJOB Pknno 14-..M.oaj .

I" 'NAL.llttLaMINT NOTICE YORKACTNOEOKD Employment.. Not over 4>it Rimier Draft V.Ilk

IN (YH'NTl JI'IwlEu ('AIR ts. HEATTNA ..ndAIRCONDITIONING 4j & not under 21. JAW>-SEAL I

HI PIN MW CAD4 WELUITCLDMIM CMIcktI SURE CAN ?iTT=3FLORIDA! ; : EQPT. 110 ft K o* |..P lo.. ft ,
.
BACK V TWIT EYB Ml COULD-VCU .OHAROPA.LIN'6LNMAC v7ll %\ TOWS! RE: 1ST: ATE. <.F DEALER: Write to Box 49, VOLUSIA FEED STORE
TURNS BLACK/PUTT JG PO VANS TH* f CTHKl: 'V. PARKFR.lTlfR 1t0-.sad. DeLand Sun News. WE 1JE1.IVI'R'
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.1 FINAL SETTLEMENT NOTICE ..... UPRIOwTCARRIERFnpq' .
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tko od dot o( Omaha AD 1 M. ..... 0.04 Boh h4-uo1.! *DESKS.I !:
,' _.... Wo Final Anw..o aa strollers. Sell, your unneeded > / MMal and a.* ......
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With A LOAN From $ SIS Used Car Bargains! 1


: DeLand Paint & Clan CYoer U tV |14M fcaU $"m*. 4

FLORIDA LOAN COMPANY INC. 11 Rm..sl$4111.1.. S17 m..
11' W. rk. 1M-KU :
: Georgia 1962 Ford Galaxie
500 4-Dr.
It Conralr |7U kaU *U m*.

:n5.e.n.usss..u..Pr Loans To $600 OutOfTownAdvertised: II Metropolitan IM7 bal. $JJ n.. SEDAN. AitoEMtk TnMBHiilM. q
'It r.lco S/W f 10M b I. tit "' .. :
115 L INDIANA AYE. PICM 7J4-J4S1 '.. For* |7U baU SU m.. ......, NNNr r...,St. rf... Iles $1 595 :

lUlI ____ nn nnnnnnnnnnnnn__ 'U Yolkiwaien !e01 bat (XI m*. Std! Whit II e.ler. ..........., ,

DOZING M Uacota HIM hal $4> mo.M i

DRAG WELDINGMACHINE ASPHALT PAYING' PricesOn Mercury MM bal. tU mo 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 4-Dr.

LINE M Coma! f 7H bal. s M mo,
-a; WOK ..nd... SEDAN. AittmttiR TrEBimbiltB. .
DL.SI18hnlci
AatORTID aTtlC .. M Falcon |7H bal. f U mo.IS ,
HARLAND .FOGLE JR.m Fly .p Wm. IMI bal. I3'mo.S Hoiir, Power Sttirbif" BIN! $2095'Radio.

tit4 GUENTHER'SDIXII RAY LINKOViCH Old.m.bll. t.M bal. tU Ins Pew'! .,..... Geld MM*. .....II

IRON t WOOD WORK PkoM tK44U4im and '.. riym.nlh IM7 bat 159 mo.

41 Artkln Pet MB Itt W. 0-(.. fk. KC 4S14 Ea.1 Now Tortj Los. Westinghouse 'U lord l ia bal. .31 mo. 1962 Comet 2Dr. Sedan

'lMrrrlry WW bal. til .
mo.t
Juit raeltt MOHAIR n Maytag App'iances'FRIERSON'S' .' > lafal H rU SU7 bal. 'SI mo. Avtanutl YnitEiliiiBB. HNlir.6t .. $1 095

tilmakara..8.Fabric Blvd.CantarSU .. Ap1AmiTs It rout. Court fin bal. US mo.SI .... IM I.IIr..n..n. ,

47DELANO'S 44' HOUICTRAILIR on prlratahady Chryi .'...,. M9 bal. SU no.M .

SIGNS FOR SALE LARGEST kit. all utllltlaa turn In ON-THE- Oldnmobll. ISM bal. US m.
HEAVY CARDBOARD Blu. Labs BMUon. ...tald.. Ph. 'M Ulllmta IM7 bal. IJt mo.II 1962 Corvair Monza 4Dr.

ELECTRONICS 111.1114.MODERN ONE BEDROOM DU. BOULEVARD P.ntlao |sn bal. 131 mo. SEDAN. AitBRNtlc TtERiiRadr .. .., $1 295

' 15c EachNO SERVICE CENTER PLKX. CLOBB IN. Ml WEB 'U Dod,. lint bal. 121 mo. "*. Hiatir. led In t Ur. ..... ,
MINNESOTA AVBX SINCE IttfW 11 D..".. t3N bad Itt mo.
HUNTING Bold, for Rent, MOTOROLA
- Ap rtm.nt R.nt. Open For MODERN' I ktdroom duplax apt.. 'II Ford 1591 ".1. 131 mo.
5 Jnapactlon.. 1 I::8sl. D.land bua CURTIS MATHESRADIO tu,..., wparatad ky rarpnrt.Adult. hitiO Mi Strvk EnrytlthR' *. S.D U Ford t l 8/Sk UM bal. Ill m. 1960 Mercury Commuter
}i.w. Offlei .. No pata. Fhona TI'-2UT.
IT Plymouth I4M ".1. IJI ... ,
and T.*.'. BALKS LARGE riRST! FLOOR 230 North Boul.vird Phone RE 4-2771 IT Drools WAGON. AvlBiREtf TrtRimbiUii. 895
42 P...tl ItI..IIf-I.'Ies' WB SERVICE ALL MAUI THREE ROOMS and BATHLOtll 17 Ford W .. |J4t bal. til mo. ladle|] HiBttr. Tro u.Iss .hi i. *,.
IN. PHONE 114.1111LOVELY ( tut bal. Ill mo. I
D&H T.V.
SPEEDY: Expert film Pne.ay .... lit floor turn Dl). M Mrrr.ry |M bat I I m.
Black and Will. and 0....... TV. RENTALS: FLEX. N. r town and It......, U ('.dlll.. UN bal. II* mo. 1960 Thunderbird
DICLAND CAM IMA 'YO 7346066YOUR 8.. to apprao ill W. Mlchiiao.' $s1554.. BIG.Prio. ... $4 111.11FHA. II Mrrrurf
228 N. Amelia 151 bat 11
141 M. BIT* 44'-64 t.RIOECONATEO. mo. l4RHltc TrBRimhllBB. 1.411....
Small. 14 Bulrk 9 ,
| bal. 41 ....
RC.A. VICTOR furnlah apart. OB Oir v..* RofrlttraUrBaid H4tf, Air Cn.tlltRbif. PtwirSlrlnf
43 A.tp.nANTIQUES ,,.nt, I room and uU bath. PIa.lIT' $16.300. .
DIALER '''- ....... KM Ilnwn IANJ'OaD.ln. r."., InlH Sal Piwir $1 595

121 E. RICH CALKINS ELECTRIC FURNISHED 111 N. I BTO.NB Room APT*. OXTNER'S FURNITURE, ... I BR built-in' I .bath kit..Larta Air.family Rosily. 1 1012 OriN EVENINGS SMIL llu,. .In Mbr. .........., ,

Bur Curnalla ktoaoloy ... PHONE '''-110' 110 W. New V.rk Airo, Nl-im ...,n., lot .11"' t...., Patio I'C.

Repairs On All Makes NICELY FUHN'IIHBO I roam and oun.triirlion.. 130. II. Hill Amallo roam Br and ownar.rarport. ..ler" Ftori.a tXMMI 1962 Ford Galaxie 4-Dr. Sedan 1
44 Hm A',....'.. batk. I block' from town Ml.Horn. Call 111.1111 tar sppolntma6 Nltl.Ml II.,. .. .. Ins

of Radio & T.V. 130 ./.vtlL-'J.ni...No,. p.la.TI4-4f.SH.AdulU.. I 44 11/7011 HOMES AntaBMtlc TrtfiiinhtUii. Talk, ,

tea .WESTTINONUUINI *. Notre Air l!. ht $1 595
FURNISHED I Bedroom upstairs Hum. WI... Ton. In Wladrrkana .. C..IIII1t.Iat. .
FRIERSON'S Color T.V. Specialists Apartm.nt. MOIl In, No pata. ,......, ELECTRICeWIRING : .ltr. /.er..m..u..s..... ,

'ON THE BOUUB'TAHD- Phon. 1I4M2I.I WE WILL BUILD R. W. PRESCOTTRnlllni : AND REPAIRS
OWNER Garold /. "" .... 521 S. BOULEVARD ROOM PORN rtawly daeoratod Aara Brtato :
tit M Bird Phaaa IUI: -.nl ........ ft*'-." with t aoratn porch. 151 Including ON TOUR LOT OR om LOTTO 1962 Ford Galaxie 4Dr. Sedan
Utllltlaa Phon. T''441 BUILD OH Bur NEW 4 BEDROOM : H. M. LIGGETT I : ,
OOOO s.sd T.V. Radio Tuba. Elartronle: huppIi. ABHBMtli TrammliiMii. Rfdl4...
rafrlK.rator. I1M can
: 1*. at dtioount prlc.a. Prod.Eloctronlca klOROOM furnlah ."t. naarRtataoa FHAVAWISE Itti BATHt PaUo. BIf l I earnests' : J14 NorrhU ti.h ,
Bob Aabury Onodyaar limbs rd $1
: and town. Eta: kltohaa, ... : Mister "r.wer 495
B. N.Y. TK-tlot.
Btoro 131 W. Now York A. I 11114 Jlnlibr akoa. .Iu.lIn"t Jtlrl"lTin I'. i
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Phona 11/ 1161 ... : Pk15tE
Phont -,000. will or without .. ... Cal: 4d1JB Wklt
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Deltronics T.V. .734-8524 COM LIITIELV furnlihad I BR. INC.. 114-slot .se..euss...eosssese.' 1. ,
WAIRRkland; ALES SERVICE RENT ALB apt. Hot and cold air. CToaa ,..
: RYXIII No pata. Adult only. HAVE taaa HOME BUILDERS WOW I
Ford
WI ..IRVICIWHA1' : More Color ProgramsTHAN to apnraclata, fkon. 714-1171 H.... 1963 Galaxie 4-Dr. Sedan 1
WB HILLFOLSOM'S after .. T14-UM. 734-5654 $ I
EVER BEPORB. 11'HAp RUTS Aiitomtllc Trammbil, Rift, I 695

for TRY ZENITH FIRSTBOB'S .. 4 ROOM *JD BATHrURNIIHJ APT. |v. BLOCK NICR 1 to BRUHOOM Super Marh.t.HOVfllII IT.Compl .. UNNUHlO homa. Lot ,IOO.JW.1 ktilrnnm only 51.504.PARTLY IrtI... OPEN DAILY Hate II.| B.4 .,hlt. .In ..1.,. f
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Tl4-114. IM w. Howry
NEW: RONB .EWING NACHINasOtt : RADIO & T.V. .t.lT iirnlih.il. Inn4 t.rOARITCR 101 B. Rid wood
,. .d INAI. APPWANCN'IBRICi / RKALTIPhon. turni.hsd. 1 .............. I" U.M .Inaa in. !J W. Unir. Torso
sad NOTIONS 101 W. RICH PHONe 114IMIDeland's Apartment For Rent TI4-I1 '11.tho elOl' t. School IT.Iot, Don Craa. rh.na t4>4UI 1962 Mercury Meteor 2Dr.
LAEI K1I.l:1f: : ......... Itt1111USID 107 N Roundary B.r.tn. IXLand lino '11
t IIOROOM. lna* to IXLand. with
Crosby / tL R.Mi..1 I H.01Usto 4 ROOM UPSTAIRS FITRNIRHED Just Completed I tra lola, 51.000. I CHECK ALL THESE SEDAN. AutaMHi TrtBiinluba. $1 295'

woo W.itlnghouM II It. Refg.rator llL U.N Home Entertainment Ava APT. p1, ..LT.lt*.. 1101 T.I... I BM. t BATH pnnhlo |.rar*. t ..DIIOO,., m bath 'killll'ls I .11., CB Horn. .n |.,(. vrorn.r -, >l N....'. live In ...,. ., ,

Bafrtf.rator. ? _..,.I II.M Headquarters COMB SEE: IT. YOU'LL LIEN tixh.n, Florida room .11..lp/. at M. K.murky. and 1'/'/.
IT Mavnnlia' fII"..... tit K.plar 11'T'1I A.kln.I |7.W
S&H Appliances Inc. '2 .HMIHPhon. -_ | NIt.1'01 Hnm. Mir
Itoad. OPEN DAILY.rr. rURNIIHID't H.dr Ml w N.'l. "... Ph. ,..-.tot FRANCRIroR: DEALER: . (Opp W.at4at. Shopping Cantar) 'UIINI.H.O Modses I BR ".... Mullit.r room. Itt.MO. I Pr.11,100. $1 I tlMnllBir
100 W. ...,. Dory Ono,. Clt,. Ptinn.. ....1811 BH Wolilri., I hello Inrailon Frame, hams Walk In .hmM. Alt.iBEttc TN ,. ,....,
to akapplni. UU
d 4> tl.a t.Dltla1p. AAAGNAVOXRCA 115-1341. HIGH ON A HII.L, HARRY F. EDWARDS Hon. I. r.-"..... .'." .ad *, .Nester l.ikit SII'". ...,; ,
TWO I BEDROOM furnlahad, ala.> In |, ,'.rt nindinan. .10,.....
trio lutrhan. II.. Clauoan 1111 B. 11 VALENCIA Court I lUdnMmia. Orani ClI Rail Pl I. iii4 McCARRIER REALTY
., HORAJTSCAJIPBT Blvd attar 4pm.Furnished 1 bath, apadom Uvlnf Ro.m.MI 771-lon. 7I4-HI4 1961 Ford Fairlane 500 Sedan
VICTOR .heal ....-.1000. r.., ,.rd. REALTORS
, ( runNiTUHB oo. Ill._. with ltd .0." Nov.'/ IMCLTDB 455 W .... rhuiia 1M-IT4I
*** ". "aw fark Pkano KB 4H41'CARPET. 2 BR Home ppe541A BEST BUY HERE -_ Antimitli T"....., .., l.iT., $J-J nQrSNirlRf.

and Ufo too can .b. k.... SYLVANIACOLOR 121 W. BERE8PORD AVB.PURNI8HED '[AUTiruL MOMS .....".nl.nt "In.aila looking for'kom. MrpY lait Note, Air C .".II.I., IS4 Pawlf
C BENNETT11I *. I nt,. laria PR. cedar Pape Real Estate *
tlful l It you uaa Bluo Luatr. Rent .
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Rob.nnsA ,10.01. III. bail' l.ctrlo Bhampnoar. ONE BEDROOM Honsm! <4 N. Blvd Ph...". Tld.4110 hitch.,, boot Oil RI' Call 114-4711 fur Walls /e
Clark Furniture Co. lit MOo Pbona 114-4140. 4Poerms : '
Own.? 1.111 I n. Ph. : OPEN:: DAII.T NEW HOM
BLACK and WHIT TT
So-Del Furniture TERErt HI-PI I .". Houaa pear Utataoa... Xlaa 1 This One Is Too Small! BR, n.ri.. APT. ea spoor kit JOSEPH S. PECK MANY OTMII GAS AW TRUCU TO CHOOU FROM!
Vurnl.h.d 2< /
trio 1t"h. Me.
"1B.1I Bvarytklnf.for Uaa" PV-ITBRKO AM-FM and RADIOS ".1.(,,,,",,,_, AraUabl ky Oct.U. 011I bad II IT'stows You pour.00".I.UV"have room and is I"I.,/'.114ft1., Toes tarpstel.to raaponolbl...R.duoail patty to BUILDER .e4 C11NTRACTOI MALI US AN Offltl lANK nNANQN.1PowellHooper
TCRMB ARRANGED .
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Ope.. by Appelnlm.t C'II1111. frl.nda 1C U ju.i .1.", lor. a r*. :' kulldar. ....? ... PRONE ate.tslei..n11' 1/4.4111. A...' .
TO" BOULEVARDAPPLIANCES CLEAN furnlak.4 BR., Ona tired aupls who thjor a oultn.inhhnrkoml.
I mliifrom ? -
r.o. n.-Itll mil., '. It I. wlthl .aiywalklni to ROOM HmiM ft !lot IIMfi" .s ; Inc.
High oantar
141USED of town Phona"tl1.. 41.L...... tn all ....10 lion,. 4 tana Hl-way. 1n. for ailinrfaln "': First Builders Corp.
FURNITURE pine area. I fl/R. I bath. llvlnc I .tnra, .to. JtoduMil. : 111 ,
BEDROOM rnfurnlah.i7 Near room, dlnlnlie.:. .,d kKrh.n Call TI4.IM7.LOCATID :ifm' 11':y&
CHICK MATHIN for your CMFurnltur. 0...... Marks School 171 Moalk. and nl... ......,.4 porch, ON1.T / 1101 N.rft ItBrmrl ktlt 724407)
Naada Vfa kara toad I. Phon. 114-111 11,in. vnfurnlah.d ... ea,'''l Fura- ., 141 Mop At a, P.Bart
a.45.411.1. Uvlni Roan Bullo*. ,111 NORTH 13...NARD: .. 1.0.4, yen will find a anal* I .k... SAFE INVESTMENTS
PHONII LOVELY I .4.n .
8R. HOMIL .. _
modern C
., THREE HIMTAL APANTMBNTI, room nlll. prltwd
... PM..u.MATURE HOUtl
u.rat. lIulit-ln klt.h... H/W floors. till for nulok' aala at /Lao Call ran k. iiM4 .. two *r
...". A'n11abie A".. I. tlRIIC1OR map welkin dl.tanro 10 4.7'i'tLouis : : .. 114511 71/.1141. thno iKMiwima. T. tola Mmttt?
4. IvfdIq. MIt.rWs I LUMBER PHONE 110111 oiwa. A rt.al al anlr 5 '""'..".I. Totil pri: oair IT.** 47 '.....|....fEffBMOLBNWOOO ImtI M iBtMNhKti rr his
M DaLand C. Meyers, Reajty HOMB ron I/VTB or KIDB Bell Realty __ _
141 I BLVD. PboM KB 4-1M1 .. .. 1 BR. FURN. MOUIE. XKetri.kltchan. : .. ... Company
ALABAMA WHITE "IVI 0. (Pnr ttia Rat fa Raal FatttelIniNB1.4. 4 BR, I katk, r. It. ..n.'1.4
IUM Cu. Td. d.n....... Cost Nlra front porch Uar..a U l..nitOfric. ..... dlalag arcs kltohan, builtin 'h Plvv ..u.o nndliio. -suI4 CASH
In 1 .
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ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE Walker Bld.. Maa IHMM.f If want.d. Yard aarrlra 1..1"...... 114-741. :$.. 114MtlCALL .,"v. m.n. dlahwa.h Urine M- Plan. t561/01 :
Adult, enl,. Pbena '".111. or and ; Prln. Itl.MM iMludlni troll *
Room C.ntral air kaatlnforaiam. : :
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CO. 31U'. 1 B; Alr.M.adlilnnH'. Pla. Mm, Ill 10. wltkaul, hull ,Caay tarno,
pairs 4 wn |I4I nnntkInoluda.
4' .W.ff. ItjW.-e. w G DtnL.BUI.DF.R tO" laiaa and Ino WM and wr..n.d p.I In. l ra. aha4.4 I'all own... 1I4I4M..iMll.nl DELAND
< a BLVD.
13, 1111 u OP PINT IN. CrrloB. { t. STATE BANK
TWO BEDROOM furnlohad banes ... lu.allt Mime Blataoa.DRIVI .nr faliT1l4Oil. I
.IIT 10 ACM
> wits I aara lit rood "
D. ITUBBr BATTBBTirWAIT with privli.n. to buy If ".1,... /UieY'PITl6Dn10; .i IXJAlT"A |m... KMT In... Prl._|I4M., """I WOW.M CarMl Barrtiio
FURNITURE? lAZOO MOWER /. .. A Barrto Call 714-114*. FALL SPECIALS LIVE IF 1411 W =11t1'. .. .W>CIATION r..... 1411111.VA _Ji m. tork Pk. TJ4MUa

MOWER: MCPAIKBn. : OarflaM PRACTICALLY NEW Fomlihr.il.ry NEW Colonial type Brtrk. P.,..MHorn. a charml.p 9; MR mods. III N'.nh. Piorldo A>.. '64 PONTIAC
Maaa HIM and N.
A Bargain? ". non I Bwlronm lint,.., 141 .,. ; built and L ACRES
.. I Bn, I car 114 too.Oon4 4.5. Moth 5 NOV5 I tOPIOOM' Bl! iui ..
This PHONE RE 4-47C7 II... HH .......... Pkwy. 114-111 t.... will swept trada.ALMOIT Or.4. Ol.a lading doses t. r.Ue. farnnrtand ON Lai* aa.. : I I. * Look At ttlUtrot _,. .
Rsnmp. lad .... ha a 1/2,100,51 An* CkMO Nit I>lit* III ::- .. WaS w sic
tt P1a.. of rpoa n4 furnlturo: MOWER IA1JCB I BR.tlUm'.ir.u.:1Ir.qQUIRW !, ./w I Vadrnom Haiioa.Unn4 belch rlner N "nor GrilL 11.114.. BtOMOOM I talk anel ...h....., 0.' (lilt] D ., loll ass torA114, if
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nouglt M fill oampltta"conViitlbla POWER IBBTICBCVBIIWAN l"l .. BHERITIANHOUIE rltT JecaU.o /11.0... Oaly with ClOEITlBLB T.rma.MKL 5,4. wnUlp ram. ....81'.1",11 r A.IKNCT, 14iiIbw18 sLV0. Fsn.ey Warrnly INS
OTT, D4 IIo4. 114-IIM "
BOOOTtrtlPtONBKR .: dowa.COTTINGHAM ow.duwn spmntl n. flLMtl. ::S'u. \Il'.I"
sofa *lM,orRccUnlni CHAIN BAWBTALTON"S *. Apartm.tita. Rooma. III /// rr.-Auta.laa, Baal Bai /// ow psrsthtp ,.,..... M Iual_ 56 5

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Smith Pope Key
BANTAM BAMLY ""1"1' OFHURRICANES Highlight

Art a Flaalartnt I. MaDarmatt'a Tosses
Cam Laundry e4| Smith Faad A Five

Cud 3, Team N.. Ol Vandarilahlt .y Tha ,....,.... Praia.
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Rams To .ICS, ,.. 1911 high: twa, 170Oraf eta hear It: "We're going to BidTOKYO
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play one at a time Woody
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hi ah Oasis alnajla' treat vole gather at the Lake Beret-
42i, Art'. high j twa. 107. AP) Teenage
.y The Aiaaalitad, P>.ra.a cal 27.20 and Philadelphia SATUMOAV CUB TIIM TIll nation' unbeaten untied ford Yacht Club tonight at wizards of the
than lam J. Cedes. like 1iahaafr (:30 for the seventh meeting water and a
Bobby Smith runs mon knocked oft Pittsburgh 34 10. big live Ohio State, Notre
: Sinclair S. D.L...nd Saw 1lama track and field team that overshadowed .
90 yard every time h* scores a TAKE; FOUTOeyeland ( Turns, ftrla' hlh i'nila, Dame Alabama Arkansas Nebraska of the season with Unlveriity the Soviet Union In .y Tha Aaaealata IVaaa Veteran George Bland of
touchdown and Buck) Pope took over sole po ROi Juna nay. .high twa. tit. -art) charter members of of Miami Head Daryl Lamonlca and John Houston connected on 22 of IT
Bill MaClailand. ban' 0155.lops. depth and versatility a Had, of
gave a couple
hi Los Angeles Rtm teams of first place In football Mid Football Coach Charlie youngster are for
session th4Eastern 1M| high twa, MlMadaa. cMlegt season definite white passes 312 yards Sunday
red and blue tint
touchdown every Wgh tom alnla, HI4| Pressure Tare as the guest speaker coming to the fore In the American
a coring San
ntite. scores Conference Counting and Cliche against Diego but he
hiah twa, IMI.TtlNAOI. to the 18th Olympic( Games. Football League, but It was
I other time he catche a pasiBut twice In the fourth quarter on Society In which there arc theN. Tate ram to Miami the wu overshadowed by the younger
Although Russians collect
Jim Marshall of the Minnesota Giant fumblei. Paul W I g g I Ln MIXCD taboos: 'from Georgia Tech wherehe veteran quarterback Cotton Hadl), who sparked the
i Tam Na. 4 4. HiHIar Matara OiDaltana wit 195963 'where he ed the most medals, the American !. Davidson who took most of the Chargers
Vikings .hopei h* basn'tstarted stepped! Into the end zone afterTabbing Utilltiaa 4. Maaaa *i 1. overconfidence to a 2017 victory over the Oil.
a personal trend on Dick James' bobble on Tom NC. : 5, Team N.. T 1 2. optimism served as assistant to picked up the biggest headline Sunday. en
\ Family *ha *tara 4, Tam Na. S cache of championship golds
running with recovered fumbles be two.y'ard line and Charley 0 Outlay. Canatruatian. S. T..".. 3 bowl talk 'A1. Bobby Dodd and headedthe and took the from Davidson, now la his ninthyear Hidt. a former Kansas star,

I' Scale raced 18 yard following 4. Country Baauty.., *alan, 1. Unencumbered by such restrictions overall defense for their. limelight of pro ball threw five hit 1) of 31 passes for 226 yards
uaanna Well and MadalalnaDudal three Soviet rivals In the
Smith and Pop starred for a miscue by Clarence Child glria" hiss aintla, 1SJ| the athletic board or seasons Previouslyhe prestige touchdown passes and completed It wu his aerial artistry coupled .
event
I the second straight week u the Dallas, meanwhile dropped Wallnar. hiah era, 470- alumni the scribe can fearleisy was freshman coach at 22 of 34 attempts for <17 with a 35.yard TD run by

t urprlslng Ram defeated theigglng the Cardinals Into necond place '12 Dan, high Danlay,,,,,..baya. .'1.high' aintla, list a possible postseason Tech for two years, 195798 The Stars and Stripe were yards la leading the Oakland Lane Alworth and a 58'yard

, Green Bay ,Packet 27. ill' the Eaat as Don Meredith Family, hiah tam ilnfla' 7li| line up and risk being barred by He was freshman raised so often over the main Raiders to a 40.T rout of thee TD Interception of a Blanda

17 in the National Football threw to Frank, Clarke for one Mh, thraa, JJOO. the American Football Coaches coach at the University of stadium and the swimming pool Denver Bronco The TD passeswere pass by Henry Schmidt that

League Sunday. Marshall glittered touchdown and tonied to the UTI'J"IOI'II' Association from all dressing Florida In 195. H* served I that one American competitorsaid for 3.1, 11. 21, 4 and 11 overcame the Oilers
'auth auiavard IS 4, T..' Na head coach Miami : "
as at I thought they would
In the wear yards
I In isle own way lame receiver setting up another 101 Art. "'....'1". 4, laaia rooms. San Diego the defending AFT.
fourth quarter of till Viking .Amos Marsh ran for two Sena1 Puller Canatruttian 4. Roue' Bowl Ohio State vs Senior High 195155.As out the flag" and Japanese champs spotted Houston "
San Lilly Canatruetlan At Sam aM.r01a's a high school coach school children went through aa
the :
2722 triumph over more score S, DaLan Lana Maataurant Oregon. his early 7-0 lead then piled up a
recorded
I Franclso 49er. Johnny Unltas flipped touch. 1. Sugar Bowl .Alabama or Sttngarees an. the street whistling "Th Star FOOTBALL 2().T lead before the Oilers cut It '
Madilna M..... Irla' amazing record of il victories
f hlN (ingla Spangled Banner
I Bill Kilmer caught a pas down aerial to Ray Berry and 110'' ." sera, 40SChru Louisiana State vi Notre. Dame six defeats to 2017 .t halftime Blanda I
, from George Mir on the 49.r! Jimmy Orr carrying Western Nalaan, _.1"".' hlfh alngla, or Georgia Tech. only and American swimmer and divers passed to Charlie Hennlgan for
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the ball. Mar toil Larry Oataman, hi''I" .".... a tie In live seasons they won 16 of 22 events smash.lnq .
40, but he hobbled inference leader Baltimore tots I .... Cotton Bowl Arkansas vs. four titles a TD then ,booted a 3tysrd
state
won
ahall a flveyear veteran. ,alertly sixth: straight triumph. The I' Art a, hlah ,yam .Ipgla' *3I. | Nebraska.. <. the world record in almont .y The Aaaaalatad, Praia. field goal with Just one second
W snatched It and lit out for tile Lip,,, bad.. gone Into. tile 'game M. high" anon M17 Orange Bowl Texas vs. The speaker was born In all of them la a near sweep of to play in the half
Tracy City Tenn., and
end zone. with_ (h* ,league! toughest defence i JACK. sod JILL Alabama or Louisiana State. the swimming competition The lAtTPrlneaton IX RAINSTORMA
later, h* arrived LaValllaa 110 l Hla I 4, CllklnaKlaetrie moved to Jacksonville U.S. added 14 gold medal In H. Prnn S
yard Gator Bowl Florida Florida
11 Sixty 01 i e.".... Lumbar t. J4. where tie began: his gridiron Vary 14, Pitt 14 (Ua) driving rainstorm made the
it there aafely Unfortunately he Chicago" 'tied! Washington! '2020 ..-. Matara 11 i lidaan Tlra I, awn State winner va Duke track and field, winning: the r uka I. Army S field muddy In the second hall
II had failed to hear the scream nn Billy Wade's late touchdown! I. A Margarata.- career at Landon High 5.000 and 10,000 meters for the Dartmouth 41. Harvard (
Muss ardlnaar, ..m..', high He gained AU-City, All. Ruiirrn 24 Inlumbla It and there wa no further scoring
of hi* teammate. They had pass to Joe Marconi, but the alngia1M' | alt,. WHIP high, first time In history. Tala' !*. Cnrnall 11 Blanda passed the Oilers to
and
him that he was I thraa, 471. Tech State Southern CAGE VICTORYThe M.... 2*, Boat on r T
to ledsUns when Jurgensen
tried warn Played
won Sonny .
the San Diego 20 late in the
Non truva, man high ilngli, honors and was team captain Holy Crew to 8"1.'
f running; the wroni way threw. his fourth scoring ,I12f Dan Myara. high t".... 141lidaan as 'a senior As Yanks maintained their (",,1..,. It. KI".. Paint I S game, but his field goal try ta
So instead of the Vikings reeelvlng a to Pre Car. high" taam alnjla, 742| a 60.year monopoly in basketball Roatoiv CoL li. Air Fnrr T -
six point for a touchdown pane tenter. ISyarder' I high ,....., 1212.ADULT Perfect BallTALLAHASSEE Gator he WII' an All- crushing the Russians In the Brow 10. R..SOUTH.. Tiland 14 tie the score was no good
Southeastern The victory San Diego a
Con ferenc gave
the *>r* earned two Red Mack snared three passs -JUNIDO' MATCH'At final game 7359, and ..utter.ddls.ppolntm..nll Mlaa, T, V.nd.rhllt T (11.! )'
t". and af tha flrat sal, selection and called signalsas Tenne..eT a. I,8U 1111.5! two-game lead over Kansas CityIn
point for a safety, a barml.1Itwo for 104 yards and Ollie Matnn t"," af alM. emaa. tha Juniar (AP)- a senior from the fullback only. in boxing: Waka Korf.t 21, Marvlan4' IT the Western Division Kansaj
point as things turned out ran and caught passes for Dirk sro only" (I pini' bahlnd. tha wrestling and weight \lifting. Oaorirla Tarh 1. Tulane C0".r5la lost to Boston 247
'There' whole slot City Friday
Adult ladle. Far this adulta Itwaa not a lot you can 11 KanturkT T
JUST: HAPPENED: : 1% yards paving the way for an Kathy Arthur, 1U.172.Ml4M do about fumble and lntert'ep.tlonl. In other sports, Tate lettered It was In these events plus VPI Ifl Florida St 11 night
''1 didn't know what I had asy Philadelphia victory over >t Bttty Caaaar, (1.in.112HI gymnastic, t hat the Russians N;.O. fttata 14 Tlnrlnla. II
If mention twice In baseball at Alabama Lamonlca, formerly of Notre
; Alls Camba, 137.101.111- you them the IT merles 14
done" an embarrassed Marshall the. Stealers IMi *ua Smith. 1S1.170-141' 444| earn gets to worrying and It Florida and made All.City picked up the bulk of their 96 ('It...., IT, Fnrman C Dame saved the unbeaten Buffalo .
tile medals lx' than the Vast 1% D.rldon *
*ald after game CASTMN CONr-VPHNCC and Dalla 0. 171 ISO 14Stn more
happened. I didn't W L. T Pet. Pta Of far a 1011. This .Iu...... gets worse'" and Afl AQ-Conftrence American total. But it was '> overall
"Thing ,just (':llwhinl .,.-1 ,7 .5,11 IM IM Martian/ MaClailand. US.142.10* So, Coach Bill Peterson (basketball) and All.City, Mlaa. SUta II It against the aroused New York
even know I had picked up the St I. .' I. 4PMNIIMphla 5 t :.es7 113 )71I 4tJi. Sandy Fartaeh, 114.114.111IM a sub par performance for MIOWIST
Jet In
AU State and All America a Saturday night fray
'_ planned to follow his own advice Votra rwrna t*, fttanfoM (
of dltee.tson. 4 ltI .U I MA in jamla' Orava. ''' '11.aa the from behind the Iron
fumble. I lost all settle Mftuhlirih' __ S 4 e ,4:' 114 U* 171)) "" .,"". Maraa 111.121. and say little about, the mistakes baseball) at Landon. giant Ohio, gt t*. Wliconaln I The JeU led 24.10 In the ,third
." P511"a .1 i .551115150 144 40li, and hlrlay' tirdlnaar, Curtain Mlrh. 11. Minn. 12
wash/nttn0' / --: : : that helped cost Florida State This year the Canes Vlrh. It 14 Nonhwaatarn ( quarter \before Lamonlca led a
But wasn't the case with 3 ;A .250 144 144 121 tat 171 441 far a 2010. The Soviet coaches came in .
i that N.w Tat _n I I'a .In IT 171 In tha mils dlvli,an one Junlaralaad University football team not have lost Florida State Illlnnla !<. T'CLA TOlnrtnnatt last period surge that broughtthe
Smith the Ram electrifying tha adulta by" SI .1.... Far th. for criticism\ from Pravda theCommunist IS Tulsa t)
WHTIKN' CONF10INCtW It won Art Baularlaa ,". only its undefeated record but 1..0, lost to Georgia Tech Chin, L. 19 Miami .Ollie T Bills their seventh straight
defensive back H* iconped up L T P., P Paul Hornung'1 partially Baltlmnra ___ ( t t .551151111 111 i g (4ai Jerry Arthur, 170. 107 tied Pittsburgh, 20- Korobkov the head track and Or., 41, Kant tThattannota 0 A 58. TD from La-
; yard
attempt on !<,a / .047> 1TI 14* lot:II* = Nip Bab Vaung. 1(4.IM so said "Our tT. Xarlar. O. 14 pass
blocked field goal n rn r.I.:,_ a I 1 :.401 11* I'l 12S 4t4; and Ch..... Oaa.H7 The defeat wa an upset 2011 20; and Friday night lost field coach bitterly, Purdua. 11. Iowa 14 monica to Elbert Dubenlon tIthe
Lo Angele tywd line In the MlnnrantaOr .._ S II .nl 171 IM .ISO.ITS ISO far a 2JM Far to Indiana 2814 This week athletes are too old and warn Kannaa 14 .'kla. ("t. II score at 2424 with 7:44: left
.. loss to Virginia Tech a fume Mlwiurl 1* loo a RtattOklahoma S
raced M n Bar .14n I". yaungatara It was Aaa "
and Lilly blood
third quarter Pranrlar; I IChirac : :m m m Jr. 173.101.220 S7S| Brian Hull, bHnr. bumbling: team with a they tangle.with Detroit. out we need new 44. .n... St. I to play. Lamonlca then put the
fir the touchdown that f S 1111.154.117531: He also said hi was quitting DroSs 14 Omaha 14roe
yard u. Jim Fullar 1M.
lft.ut lm losses Bill ahead to stay by plunging!
SUNOAV record of more than victories WilT
to 114 177 Oil Alan remarked that his
ahead stay MeClalland. One
put the Rami tI.ltlm" 14 />.''''11' II 171.1M.11* (lit and 0... D.... pundit 1'1,..." St tt Hyranuii. IIT over from the three with 4:19.
touchdown was the sec-, "'.. next post be an assignmentIn "tah HI 4*. Colo nt C. 11
The nlnamn 17 'hlta. S lay". 10..1.70 HI far a 2171. may .
Pete added
1 financial results of last Gogolak a 31 yard
1 '' Smith this lesson the "" Haa at *t. l/i ul. 13 Vaung .1..... ua one 4.7.1.10." What )happened? monthsshow. Siberia. S., Jose gt IT Parlflo 11
l I j end for (Itselan4 41 x.w ,... ... (*.on T, Wanhlniitnn1Aah S field goal for the Eastern DM-
a Fullar eel tha I 10, Tech: just' played a perfect .. .
'V.J.tT ,
Sunday againstthe Don Schollander\ 18 old II. wash rial IS
,,1 first coming lad ins Anarlta t! Or..n t.. ", .CI.II.". t55 '.1. Ssrdln..e''' year- lion leadersAITIftN.
S4 bAil said PetersnnThey The are'th. standIngs 1 tah II Artaona"Utara IRouthani
49ere. It was a brilliant 97- rwUflelphl Pltf lnrah taM4 "'. 1.7 M. MaClailand tha (.10 game following from Lake Oswego, Ore, "
.n.ania 17, San rranrliirn il and Caaaar tha (.(.18Aa ddn) 't make a mistake In the various divisions: Cat. "<. ( .Ili II ( DIVISION I ..
yard run with a. InterceptedMS (tint rounln of DfLand'i Wfn- SOUTH W EOT W IT Pet Pta OfK
...t"u....". sows .u...... WI couldn score. W* got down JUNIORS Lynne Yanosy I TCT 14 rl.miw." 1* tlurral03. '' 1 I 1114 I"
I *. Both playa are tlMle.t! gut ta watah the, aiaallant den Jarrard Jr.) emerged as Tau *. RJaa. I n .._iT I I 1 MS 1 HI
in the NFL this ease*'.. Hanging, Out, "'..."., and good aaartamanihlaMany there In coring territory sevrr 52; Bobby Pope 48: Patty the outstanding Individual of Tone Tub 1!. Mr S >.;; York ...: 3 5 1 :Ann 14K 11TVouatntt '
TI.. .....C half of t". ..1 will' bs 1 time but couldn make .. ...
receiver we Moore 46; Don Lelnfelder 44; Irk Kt tl >hllrn> Oirlat T llo :55 111 11WKTIFIN ,
Rookie Pope, a pUt 1011,1 Nu. IS ., I 5.ft!. sod a.utupya5 the Games, ,winning four gold W, Tu Kt M, Trlnlt\ Tn < l DIVISION.
from Catawba College: also was I.. Inyltel t5 vlow" one that big play to give us a \lift and Brenda Penner and Joe medal HI. counterpart on the Art ion. IV Ttynmln I tTu w L T .Fet Fta. OP

In on a long play, a 51.yard Grid Washy to give the team the boost to Might tied with 41INTERMEDIATES: women'* side was a year-old W..t.ra II Brlf Teung 1111I.1 Fan Kan Meta _._. 4 t I 1 e! .IH."T 1 1'3.1 14 141'

scoring pas from Roman Gabriel carry through"wvSC Gary free.style and butterfly specialist I -IIa.-t If I .1sT 1 T 111ar
Pope 12: Tom Holtzman. I; .", 1 A a 140 109 }4(
The Golf
In the second quarter The Aaaaalita Praaa : Gators I from Glendors Calif L Sharon Mountain View Open Tournament (UNDAV'* FIIULT*
pass, the only one h* caught: in Hanging out the college: football Set Nancy Webb I; and Jim Leonard Stnuder. Jack McGowan 'realIzed Fan rx.f<. t" Hnnatnn ITOaklanil

the game brought his Mason w..h.and can you beat 7. Sharon also won four medals he would never win his first 4" r>.ni-.r 7SATUSOAV'S

record to 12 passes received six thoae'Texas suds SENIORS Horace Pope 22; three gold and a liver and rCA tournament by playing It.afe. 14.w T"rlt FULTIHftaln 14PNIDAY'e
Are Slowed
Charlie Hlckman and Harriet '
going for touchdowns.In A sudden hailstorm bleachedthe For Meeting her silver\ was one of the mat' ..BIIULT
Vnalnn
Heart tied with 31: Roland >4 K.n. City T
other NFL gamed Sunday, ,' Lubbock, 'Tex, gridiron a Medders 27 and Helen precious of all In winning It, Instead he played It bold. At
Miller
Cleveland crushed New York n. snowy while early In the second : GAINESVILLE '(AP Flnrlda The West Volusla Saddle Club 21. ,. ; she tracked the one minute the 66th hi was one stroke NOW AIM eONOITIONCOlI
trampled Detroit period of Saturday night' Tex defeat barrier In the women' 100meter )() .
JO Baltimore by Alabama plus In. business meeting Is scheduledfor With the club standings this head of rookie Dick Sites of 6

34.0. Dallas whipped St Louis u Tech.Southern Methodist Juries, leaves the Gators .In lesi 1:30: tonight!: at the McGregor close the November show could free.style, swimming It In Cleveland At tilt 'T2nd h* wu 11

8113. Washington defeated Chi' game and forced. a.., 13 minute than! Ideal condition for another Ranch with plant. for the November offer some interesting developments 59 ) seconds to finish second shots under par and four Tables

half In play big!> football game this week a* Hone Show heading the and the competition will behind the amazing Dawn Frsser strokes, ahead tlr Slkes for first .

Matty Bell, longtime, coach they take on Auburn at home. agenda. certainly be keen of f Australia, winner of her place In the f 10.000 tournamentIt

Celtics Cop and athletic director at -$MU, "I believe Auburn ws looking Decision will be made con The Pony Express event was third straight gold.McGowan wa the Largo Fla., ,olfer'!
couldn't recall a previous Southwest ahead' a ," Florida Coach first win la four '
week reining Judges, record keepersand staged Saturday to help open year as a pro AJM. TelUaMgbtJohn's
Conference game being Ray Grave said about Auhurn'i other officials i( well as a the show at New Smyrna Beach Wins McGowan had a 273 Sikes a

,Fourth Win 'delayed! 'by bad weather and mp.Jl\Ipr,1\ victory over Smith survey of any work which needsto Helen Miller was the lone entry 277 followed closely by Jack Bar

h*'* been riding' the SWC rang tn MlMlsslppt "Jimmy Sidle be done 01 |the Irl'lIa. Men lI'fInthe local club and she tooka CORONA, Calif (AP) On Rule at 278 Charles Coody maneS ass 1fer Rlaesre

.Inc* 1913. didn't play much but he should bert will hear a report.on the fourth In the doxerleaf the 66th hole of the T3hol Billy Casper 280.
BALTIMORE (AP) Coach When the Texas'size' hall\ lie getting healthy again"

Red Aurbch of the Boston stone finally subsided. Tech Alan Poe and Don Knapp.Florida's ,

Celtic voclferou en the bu went on to whitewash th*.Mustangs .. .... . .. .., ...
two wlngback. were .Mau svtvt d .r--; t. .1t.ww".ny"t )"" : '" .. ,
lutball the talking court let when* his It opponentsdo come to I 12.0. both injured In the 1714 IOM to ; ::; : : : ; :. vwT.: ,

Alabama Jack Harper, halfback '
\ predictions."Everybody. RIce'lot three point and 10 who had to sit out that one, Is
*ay they can did Rice In a 43 SWC lots.50 itlll doubtful this week.

beat u* this year," Auerbach Texas: Larry Rice booted a field "
"There are ether hurt. YES-
Old Sunday night after the goal for the Owl*. bold
undefeated Celtic whipped the just Graves how said aerlou"W these won't Injuriesare know" this big beautiful

Baltimore Bullet 113100 "I let When the outcome ol the regionally until we ape how the playersare
W* Just televised League ,
them do all the talking Ivy recovering by midweek"
go out'and play." game became apparent the i' '

And doing aa far badly the Celtic for a haven'tbeen team Harvard.'NBC cheering Co Home"section and.chanted theDartmouth' third ninth It .was.ranked ranked Alabama.Florida rugged challenge battle On the ai ; '


that uppoed to be on the way aide answered "NBC threshold of greatness, the FlorIda : 65 is still

down. Boston hal won four Stay Gator couldn find the key. ,., : Mercury a
straight for a fant start In quest : The reason: i. ,
of Its seventh consecutive National Dartmouth wa on the w.y.to "I'm u proud of this Florida

Basketball Association a WO romp over the Crimson: team aa I have ever been In Vic .

title, the'Indiana running their unbeaten lory," Grave said. ''It wu as .

'(trim of video appearsneeato'lSowhlll good in offensive effort **| w*
Just behind Baton In theEastern
Harvard was bring" ver hop to get" >.'

: Division with a SI Its fifth before the camera : medium-price! ,
record are the Cincinnati Royal straight : >

Then*, who 109107 edged Sunday the Philadelphia night In *., Commando. are the This Week's '; ..

Casey' .
the other half ef a doubleheader ; "; \
toast of Oregon today after the v :;
the New York "
Knickerbockers at Cincinnati: downed the Unbeaten Duck defensive unit Grid Action f" ,, The limousine look, the bigger, bolder lines,the elegant' fottnor,aIIH'I"luzurycar"4ut.> .

Detroit Platens 108.95OTHEB named, Cayr after swiped Junior1\ four linebackerTim paasaand : ,!.".. ; t': ; the price tag says mediunl-prlce' in a wonderful'wayl We've never offered so much that's new '

ACTION 1
Despite a somewhat dlsorgan-.. recovered two fumble\ In a the The action Mlowtns for the lea various rundown football of. i'. : '. ,. and exciting at such a practical price! .Totally new engineering! The finest! riding car in its fieldl

bed performance by Baltimore 1 0ictory over. archrival teams 'a this area for the ) ., : ''More fine models to pick from. More room! Longer wheelbase) Big new performance from s.: !

the Celtic had to hit IT per cent Washington. week ., high-vigor v-s'r A choice of root stylesl The finest selection, of options in our htstoryl ". .


of take their their field second goal attempt decision la to added Georgia'Insult to njttpd Injury when linemen they The DeUnd Tt'FyDAY Junior High Ter. An this and ,more in our Mercury for'65 and we invite you.to,see it this week) [f '} .J.j (jPOWELL. !, I I

rleri close out their in
two night from the Bullets.Jerry threw Kentucky nu.rtpr""rklUck season '
Lucu scored 32 point Daytona Beach against Mainland .: '
Norton for t 'yard VMS Junior at T I : ;- ,
High
b the Cincinnati victory after and then,, tonk the ball awn p.m. ."
THttUOAYThe ,
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hiM Oscar Robertson
Philadelphia .
from him tn tile closing seconds ;
DeLand wU
Bullpups r.
to 11 point diet Walk.r'2S *
of a 217 victory ever the 10-
close their season at T:30 pm.
who
topped the There tumbled t
longer Wildcats. at Winter Garten against the tJ
Into lut place la the Eastern
Baby Red Devils of Lakeview

Division.. Trio Of Teams The Taylor Junior High, grid
New York won Its first game
den are scheduled to host Or-
to move ahead of the TSer, with Tic.In Colt Go mood Beach Junior High at T

rookie Howard Komlve and clock In a lxma lame at

4 I WUli Reed soaring 30 point Twenty-one team entered the Pienon It the lights are' not

apl<
a' 1C lead. Eddie Mile led by the DeUnd ....'. Colt As.sortition be played at 1:30: p.m. t

Detroit with IT. ever the weekend at the ntnurThe i

No (am* are scheduled to- DeLand Golf Sad Country Cub. DeLand Bulldogi will be'

nlgtit CompetiUoa was keen and toUlf after. their third Orang I. ; .

.. IT I IU. DIWILOKee. Judging from the.lumber of He belt Conference \1ctory at Apcpk '

setae 4 1.- 1 the retiiit were. fax trait ten. against the Blue. Darter at TT' .;; (. I

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