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Barry ; Accuses LBJ :'.: ASTROLOGERS SAY I School nbard



I 'STARS RIGHT FOR LBJ'



NEW DELHI (AP) Indian aitrologers have consulted Queried Over'Advertising'

Of Tower Hunger' the heavenly bodies and My President Johnson will win big

next Tuesday.Th .
latest reading of the stars from India also hdlcatea
victory for Democratic Senate hopefuls Flerr Salinger !InCilltornU. .
Edward Kennedy In Mauachusetu: and Robert
Kennedy In New York.
But torn of Johnson's top aides Secretary of Slat
Dean+ Rusk Defense Secretary Robert S. McNaimra and
'Political Daddyism'BRISTOL. U.N. Ambaasador Adlal Stevenson will be out looking for

Jobs next year, according to the atrologers.Tht A Daytona Beach woman Mrs sufficient coven for all the
star reading fraternity hm made a food living oft
this tort of thing tor centuries/ India Many Indian govern H. R. ogle, today questioned arMs School

Tenn. fAPSen.. Just an ejection he wants toM tile after wUd, fun.house rally era Tennessee. went officials consult them frequently. Voluala County School Board Mattingty,Board In answer Attorney to John keg
Barry Goldwater accused President crowned," the Arizona sens In New York' Madison Square "Somebody," Goldwater said, Ont astrologer says Johnson was born under a star group members about "Indlacrtmtnatoaderttstng question whether there la a lava
Johnson today of playing\ tor said. "He wants total trust Garden. "and Ira got to be you, must tall tog that asiures "kingship" so ha doesn't hava to worry about In public schools prohibiting this form of advertising
upon questions of race religion total love, total power over your There before a crowd amen this man who uses race, who Republican challenger Barry Goldwater. ilea Fogle: noted that various >la schools, told bl'l'. "No."
and hardship In America In his lives." than 11,000 that cheered 28 uses religion, who usei hard. An ..trn1ol"r.p..at. a Hindu who believes In reincarnation firms received tree advertising FREE FILM
drive to keep the White Houa Johnson la the "moat power minute before he could start ships, who uses everything and sa>"i Johnnon In one of his former lives was a Hindu by having their names on book He added that he doubted !U
The Republican presidential hungry man In American poll. his speech Goldwater accused every'bodpo further hi* political holy man who wandered the woods of northers India OnTunday covers, report-card covers, anyone ever remembers the
candidate said Johnson wants tics," Goldwater laid In a Johnson of "political ambitions somebody the priest cage, Johnson will collect: his juit r** rulers and other Items. names on the Items. Smiley also
sn election-day mandate to set speech prepared for delivery In daddyism sa old ss demagogues must tell him that American ward for this hard tour of duty. John Smiley, school superintendent noted that classrooms are furnished '
.r the nation on what he called a Bristol. and denpothm"It votes cannot b* bought cannot 'K. N. Swamy a south Indian astrologer who claims tohav told ,her that any firm maps by various flrrruu,
plunge to soclalistie ruin. He hopped Into tin South, with wss more of the same todayIn + be coerced and will lot b* hi foreseen' President Kennedys aiuasilnatlon, ova Gold.wat.r which wants to provide the book School Finance Director James,
does not dew chance because the Sun, Mercury
"He won't be latlsfled with London, Ky, also on his ached- traditionally Republican east- Joked" a cm-en "''hlcb run Into consldeiable Eddy added that the schools ran
Saturn and a few ether heavenly bodies ganged up on the ) has been welcorned. ,
-- -- -- -- ----- ...., mon"' cel\e free films from major
Arizona senator a long time ago. H. pointed out that laat companies.
:Alms :At Northeast "" year It was difficult to ebtain The driver.education cars and

C of C Board Elects WASHINGTON (AP) Prerf engines\ given by car manufacturers

dent Johnson alma his campaign ABC Laic In Telecasting advertising.Mrs. are all. In the form of tree.
at the Northeast today
Fogle specified she had
after a awing through the Deep
no objections to of the firma
any
South In which he lectured becklera .
assailed Barry! Goldwater of who the were publicity receiving, but the wanted benefit to
Strike Hits TV Network
Johns As PresidentA an by ences.Johnson name end. to and North promised.South to differ Melt know mnlM.undesirable what would product happen wart U pea an


WM I Is making more NEW YORK AP) Th* A spokesman (rot ArXTi radio television orates In Bollywood\ Smiley laid this had not hap.
Stetion University professor chamber's four major divisions Power Cary at DeLand and and more direct Jsbi at Gold- America Broadcasting Co.televblon network said operations got and the transmitter fadlitle pened and. It It did, then the
Dr. John E. Johns, last also were elected. Dick Fluegel Is in General Electric water with the election only a network was about 15 under way 'I night was elected president of Westervelt will serve on the Company' public relations de week away, speaks tonight In minutes Ids getting en the air a.m., with union engineers. and merits.
DeLand Chamber of Com Organization and Community partment at Daytona Beach. Boston, Pittsburgh and Evan, this morning because of a strike other employs reporting on But management personnel FREEZER FILLED:
mere for 1963.Directors Development division; Fred Apgar Is retired from the U S. villa, Ind., before flying to Albu of carbon tame, manned KABC radio at I a.m. Smiley told the board mem*
,I. attending a regular Stafford, on the Area Develop Army and Is associated with querque, NM, for an overnight The ashen, known as pagei A union spokesman said the trST), and there wu no delay ben that the freeter locker
board meeting unanimously ment division; George Fluegel, Jordan and Aborts, attorneys day are members of the National pages struck bersuaa the network !In radio broadcasting, a network building on the administration
voted for Johns. 43.yeer-dd on the Business Development from DeLand. The Prealdent stumped Association of Broadcasting ha* not offered them an spokesman is Id. Other grounds Is filled to capacity, He
business manager and political division; and Harry Apgar, on The board also elected Louis through five cities la Florida, Employe and Technicians and acceptable contract. management personnel wr said the board la now receiving
science Instructor at the university. the Legislation and Education Cunningham, asslatsnt cashier Georgia and South Carolina their picket lines apparently A minimum of three pickets called In to handle work at carloads of eommodltlea from the
He nil assume office division. at Barnett National Bank In Monday Returning to the Whits kept some other network employs paraded around each of the network < KABCTV and on ML. Wilson.GM federal government and moo
Jan LFour Westervelt is managing i DeLand to serve another year House long after dark, h obviously from reporting for workon 'a three facilities In the storage spec U Bended. TIle
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vice presidents, who editor of the Sun News Stafford as treasurer for ths chamber. was time. Los Angeles area radio and<< excess 1s being stored currently
will serve u chairmen of the is employed with Florida In th pleased South about blatrceptlon In some of the walk la lockers at
even Plants several schools.
though h* was confronted In
Augusta. Ga., with tilt most' Bombing ChargedNam Barret Board CaldweU.members purehaitng authorized\

sever heckling of his cam agent, to draw specifications! for


Budget Exceeded _. Chamber'sBudget paign.Interrupted savwsl"*t+mee.u, Viet''6 Claims' Thaw Out'DETROIT _expanding.k... building the_ :It currant was designed freezer
Augusta by chants of 'We wsnt so another rattles and freekiflg
Barry." Johnsoi left his unit could be added

prepared text to do some offthecuff AP) Genarsl Mattingry reported to tile board
IsApproved sermonizing en good Motors Cot?. edged forward that the requested Inventory of
High Bids Delay manner*. Cambodia Attack today la resuming production of all school land sites >la being
H. said"I: was always /Its INS model automobiles after made. He pointed out that It U
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taught as a llttls boy when people Its month long strike. a difficult Job for the abstractors

didn't know any better, and I SAIGON South Viet Nam retards the Towery Incident ssclosed. Local plant strikes limited the as they must research land
when they made mistakes, andwhl'lI production rate to a trickle titles to the old Spanish! grants
(APThe Defense Ministry He odd there Is not
Chamber Office they were rude and when Cambodia eonsldored to be sufficient compared to CM a vait potential and to gifts of land mad before
they didn't show good manners, charged today that greatest af the auto Indus* Nn'Ida became, a state.Any .
tor to Cam.
lent three air force planes to grounds a protest
1' '. land the schools cad
A $23,300 general operating to turn your other cheek and bodla. 1 ) pun
budget wu adopted last night say Dear Lord, plesse brew strafe and bomb a Vietnamese ofRaeds. CM fsctorles In Flint. Mich, Inadvertently' sold by a tax deed
Start of construction on a dent of the chamber and chairman by directors of DeLand Chamber them for they know" not what border area In the Plain a major cog !In the aatlonwtd still remains school property
planned new offio building for of Its Housing Committee, of Commerce. The new budget they do,' complex apparently) led the The question came up when
DeLand's Chamber of Come told directors last night bids received Is effective Jan. 1, 1.'. OMInn.4 .11 Pi** Tml The Cambodian government way Buick In Flint anticipated Smiley noted he had a request
mere apparently will be delay. from two local building The budget anticipates 120(,MO warned that It will cruet diplomatic \ lull production today, to purchase approximately one
ed because contractors': bids received contractors wen bout 30 percent revenue In dues from 560 regular relations with/ the United Flint plants, where Chevrolet, acre of land la the Maytow
Friday greatly exceed the above the construction budget members and 40 civic members States and recognize North! VietNam v cars also are made, recalled an section. Mattlngly' was asked to
chamber announced 130,000 figure. An additional $2,240 Is anticipated and the Viet Conga National estimated 39,000 employes made determine U the board has IMland.
budget. He said the committee would from an Increase In membership UNIQUEHONOR Liberation Front U Amer- t Idle In (he United Auto Wor",,' It so, an. appraisal must
Walter C. Davis vice preil- meet this week with architects dues next year from IM lean' and South Vietnamese forere strike that began Sept. S. be made before It can be offered

tor the planned new building to to $-to, commit further "aggrssslon"against L CM officials declined to speculate for sale to the highest,, Mdder.OnUnil4 .
determine why the bids were Due next year "have' been" Increased Cambodia, when all MO.000 workers < .. Pa** t'we/
Zoners Plan "10 far out of lin," with tilt construction to provide funds for the Cambodia broke diplomatic would\ he hack! on the Job. More
budget's estimate. Merchants Division, which earlier FOR CofC flea with South Viet Nam last than 300,000 were Idled U eats I Bank Is Named
"Obviously, we csn't build that this year merged with the year Prince Norodom Sihanouk strike.
To Evaluate buDding." Davis declared. He chamber. threatened several times to r At the last Mont 2S UAW I DeLand State Bank win become
DeLand's Chamber of
wss referring to the 20000 Fund going to the Merchants break with the United States bargaining unite bad yet to depository. for part of Da
square.foot structure planned by Division next year will go Commerce I II unique In atleast The South Vietnamese Defense settle their local hews These i Land municipal Nods begin
Meet Results architects for construction ea toward paying lor the annual oat respect It I* Ministry said the Cambodian Included 15 of 23 assembly viva Nov 1. city officials aa
chamber property! at JM N. ChrIatmu parade. The division the only such organization" plus shot op sn area Military Rule To End plants. solvent today,
traditionally sponsors the pa in Florida Boulevard.REEK The UAW called off Its natloa-
chairman of the itatas KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) -
District 1 Zoning Commissioners REASON rods, which II 1 produced' by DeLand'i point where a U E. Army Spe- al rtrlkeuadey with approval the city's cash reserves, short
yesterday afternoon closed Davis said architects had Men Junior Chamber of Com Development Commlsilon old Forces officer and three After five days of Moody Mob of the sstlonal agreement between term" Investment funds and airport
of evidence directed to work serves u a director, VtotiumM militiamen were 111,. President Ibrihlm Abboud
their hearing en taking with contractor merce. he( lobo and the company. funds would be deposit**
on proposed tettUatfeuot to determine why bid so rfBticnr:> FUND Wendell Jarrard<< Sr, who seized last Thursday by a VietCong promised Monday nlgtit to end Local strikes were permit14 with the new local bank.
the comprehensive zoning greatly exceeded conitructlo The budget provides til.Ml hu served as chairman of flotilla Vietnamese wit- tM military's itxyear rule of to continue, however. The city's policy, acoordlBf to
plan. estimate. for general expenditures and $/.< the state agency for nearly soon laid the flotilla darts the Sudan. Opposition political Loral !Issues cover a wide officials, Is to permit aO bukala
Commissioner wtH study th* Only two bids were received oabuOdijit JeT for th* chamber's W.J47 tour years attended last (hat attack from tha Cambodian leader called off a generalstrike vsiiety of subjects, mostly DeLand to sHare la deposit
reeommendatloaa and change the planned new office. publicity fund budget which was Bight s meeting of chamber side of a frontier river net scheduled today, bearing eat plot eonditioas. of municipal Nods
suggested at yesterday's public Chamber membership I'DIlIIIIoW previously adopted.Clamber directors as one of nine kesded back to Cambodia with Abhnud set M date for the end -- ---
bearing and rule on each. 11 building contractor art members directors anticipate newly-elected. director their' prisoners, ol military control but In a ......-.

Hubert .. Talton, chairman, of the organization. $11.000 from the City of DeLand Jsrrard. who la .president The UJ. officer, C.pt. Herman broadcast promised progress
and Commissioner J. C. Me Originally, construction of die toward the publicity fund budget and chairman' of th* De- T, Towtry of Georgetown, toward' a government "accepta
Cure, Rudolph Peterson Frank building was to begin u Hoot u In 1965. The money Is provided Land Slat Bank, said h* i.C,. and awe of the mlltlamea ble to aU dtl.....'* :
L Sparrow aid Rhodes! Spell the contract had hero awarded by the city tor advertising and Mt the city and West wen found dead In a flooded ; HI* first move was to lake full G .
started a conference on evaluating and chamber officials hoped to Included la Ma ItOtt general' Volusla "ha a great field oa the Vletsame-e side aIM power personally, dissolving the 1\.
change suggested after tile move Into the few office early budget adopted Oct. I. potential." border Saturday, ?away ruling Supreme Military Council
public hearing was dosed. la 1965. A recent controversy over The chairman. I 11 making lad .hero shot. of eight generals' and the Cabinet t "
Attorney William Sherman explained Davit could not say how much whether tile city should contribute DeLand Us horn. A UJ. Embassy spokesman Abbntid wss chairman of L i.
that th* zoning map delay la the construction UmeC..II. funds to the chamber ape ..; ...4 said toalfhl the United States the council which seised .power"
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cannot b* adopted until the vase <<< ...4 rue ,..> /M1"ae"iA .... r..v ft h a Woodless coup Nov 11, "a'e
lotions are revbied so the map WM.
conform with the rut... -

DISTRICT AREA ,, Prrti For Unity
AH eommistioeers have th*

preliminary map of the district y tc MOSCOW' AP) Tt* Kremlin's
which extend north from Orange +. o'
.ew leaders pre ad their
,
Camp Road to the county line n.s
+t campaign today to reetore unity
and east to the end of County .
g a w la the European Commoalat
Commission District L They will
world. In the aftermath ol Niklta
confer with landowners la their 1", ,
areas showing the proposed residential Khrushchev ouster.T .
agricultural. Industrial goveramoflt lewepaperbveetla
and commercial areas. r ,ti? t aimed a* appl at the
Dewey Aberts, DeLaad attorney Soviet Ualon'i Can European
allies& ha. trnal .
yesterday' aflcraoea appeared warning a pap
apIa before the board editorial that further waomUpregr
and suggested tt gh" "strong *** la IB* bra wfl reqUrestroagef

eonaideradoB' to pennttttagtjmited slty..
tarmlflg"" la resldeutUl ,,", c. ? + t tiI '-

area B* said the board could I Con/er,nt'e SttWAAfflNCTON Heed+luerters For Famous Brtndj ;. .
oa resi *
wladtNprnmfb gravraor i AP) JT**.. .
other agrio-ltnU pnxSuctlaa. I dVal JosuuMS enafeit today. wttb Electric' Oil Gas
IMa.eM M .... Tw.1SamfAi j
". i. S' i the Jnreiga secretary ef Belts
BaUotTh ;.....,:. sia'S ate Labor government teII'
a beaks for future U....Brit
Sua New today I t. publishing HEW DELANO CHAMBER OmCTHS-Dr J.rm E. John, scaled renter, last night wai elected prrtJ- lah Mopmtimi dasp-tet some Brandon Electric Co.
a ample twOnt Jar the dent of the DcLand Chamber of Commerce. He win assume office Jan 1 and will M officially Instilled' at the annual policy aliffereMM aver Red

Nov. 9 gewrsf tI< In January Other officer*.' need lft to Hghl, art Lewto. Cunningham- I< besot wO be loud oa pages and vice president Dick Weitervelt. Harry Apgar and Fred Stafford. George, flutgd), another vkt prtil- deer weapnn wttaia the North 724-2111.
g cod i dent wu DOt passes when th* picture wu taken. (Sun NrwT Photo trj Bishop) AOtattt Treaty CrjaaUaUosu





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;0- ,. .. .:11I:11' 2 BELOW FIORBA( ) SUN NEWS TUESDAT, OCTOBER 27, W4


Bond Placed Market I

AFTER NEW UPRISING


I SummaryAs I I ,


o Prison Officials
Jessup
''At $25,000 reported by AP and the

loral Reynolds and Co. elfk.
The stock market churned Irregularly

I in active trading early Weed Out TroublemakersJESSUP
i MIAMI lAP) A coffee | a loaded pistol and aa Unloaded this afternoon.

bone folk singer was held under carbine. Uncertainties about the election

$Dooo bond In :Miami today, accused Folkitnger Paul S. Back, 26, and the situation at General
a veteran of the Air Force, Motor were factors la the
by a friend of threatening stood mute at a preliminary cautious Wall Street attitude. I Md. (AP) After section, well be able to get this

to kill President Johnson. hearing Monday before U.S. GM common yielded another : tripping prisoners of scoresof place back to normal again."

And, in Jacksonville, police arrested 'I Commissioner Roger Davis. But fraction i* only a few of the weapons at the rtot-shaken He gave the appraisal. early

a :Michigan iteel worker, his attorney, Kenneth Dinner- company' assembly plant ;; Maryland House of Correction, today after a cell by-cell searcH

Bruce Lee Cornell, in aa office stein, argued the government were working despite the official *: i r officials picked up today the Job by guards and state police

three blocks from where the had no case but "the unsubstantiated end of the strike. i of weeding out ringleaders of yielded knives, clubs, chains

President wa speaking Monday. word of one boy." The national election, only a continuing unrest at the prison. and other weapons in possessionof
,
i I They laid Cornell wa carrying He referred to Reid Trencher, week away, wit exercising an "We got about 36 troublemak prl onen.
Inhibiting effect on investors, ers, and there are about 20 FIRES IGNITED
19 who
testified
that Back told
I
to ," laid Vernon L. Some were found in cells but
according to market analyiti.Changes ,. more go
him about Oct. 12 that "If Lyn.
Pepersack, state commissioner most were tossed from the
School BoardIs don of most key stocks
Balne Johnson \
ever cameo
were fractional :, .. of correction barred cubicles of the four
Miami, I would kill htm, evenIf tiered cell houses inmates set
I had The tendency was a little low. "Once we weed them out and as
to give life
my own them an to Ores, Jeered, whistled and
er on balance among steels, motors get assigned one
QuestionedFrom Johnson visited Miami Sundayon and rails.Electrical shouted to distract the search
a three-state campaign tour. equipments en moving from tier to tier At
were
Trencher said be "work the firm. Chemicals, nonferrous '/ Zoners Plan lent four fire were touched

coffee house circuit" and called metals and drugs were mixed. off, but all were small and were
Page Back "my good friend." The Associated Press averageof quickly doused with extinguish

He testified that he went to the 60 stocks at noon was off 4 Meet ers.
FBI because he was afraid for at 231.4 with Industrials off A, j. : Study Pepersack said a sit-down

i in other action today, the the President' safety and, "I reds off .4 and utilities off .2. strike Monday idled about 500

boardAWARDED didn't want anything to happento The Dow Jones Industrial average Inmates In the prison laundryand

a contract to C. my friend, either." at noon was off .19 at Page 1 workshops. He met with

E. Corkhill and Associates, Inc., Cornell, a former Navy en. 678.82.The. + I f rom spokesmen for the strikers and

Orlando, for motor vehicle In. listed man at the Jacksonville dullness and narrowness received a list of grievances.
urance of all school vehicle Naval of the market wa relieved that
Base, denied he Intendedto by The gives They complained a guard
regulations
proposed
at $2,789. Corktltt wa the lowest harm anyone. speculative drive in a few the Inspector treated prisoners brutally that

of six: bidder with two firms Cornel said he was returning stock PIERSON YOUTH INJURED .\ "skeeter" car, consisting ol little more than county the District to 1 building enforce the an office worker wa not keep.

kidding a high of 14,518. The. to his Michigan fob after a vacation Prices were higher in moderate motor mechanism and a gas tank went out of control about 6.30: last night uproot zoning regulation power Sherman explained ing proper account of money

public liability and injury insurance In St. Augustine, where trading on the American ed a dead palm tree off First Ave. here and crashed head-on into an oak tree. Edgar the board members do and tbne-off credit earned by

coven 245 vehicle, Including lie had done some hunting. He Stock Exchange. E. Hallman 17, driver of the cut-down car, reportedly was seriously hurt. The youthwas not have the power of enforce shop Inmates, and that the prison
101 buses for pupil trans Corporate bonds
Member noted the was held on a vagrancy charge. U.S. were bond mixed. rushed to West Volusia Memorial Hospital at DeLand and transferred to Halifax ment.OBTAIN commissary did not carry a ,
portation. government were big enough variety of Items.
(
low rate the board receive in firm. Hospital at Daytona Beach. His condition today was satisfactory. Florida High- WARRANTS "I'll talk with the *

(comparison with Insurance forprivate Bids way Patrol Trooper Jim Jones reported Hallman'* car (bottom photo) was demolished. Any citizen can obtain a war. Peperiack told guard"but

car.APPROVED. High At 12:15: p.m. Stock were Impact with the oak tree threw the motor transmission and seat (upper photo) about rant for the arrest of anyone : I've already done newsmen some check. ,

the annual plan irregular and moderately active. 19 feet from the wrecked frame of the car Hallman was charged with operating Improper allegedly violation of the regulations. Itnc and can't find a thing

Inc the Exceptional Child Pro IBM 417 up 2S0NJ49up and unsafe equipment, operating without a car license or a driver's license and The building inspector to substantiate the complaint

gram. Smiley noted that the Delay Office Vtt i Eastman Kodak 134H{ oft ft; with failure to have the car under control (Sun News Photos by Gilmore) also the can regulations obtain warrant violations Under are about him.
county now ha 34 ECP units, Xerox 105 up 1%,
He said, however, the
!With three used for the gifted Curtis Publishing 10%'off %: deemed a misdemeanor. guard

hUd= program He said that the Pennsy 4J% off Ytl: Beth. Steel Court Balks U.S. Reporters questioned about the might be reassigned "ai much
county could use 30 more ECP ,rroIQP gc ,I to% off 11.American. Attorney building Inspector granting permits for else.his" own safety as anything

units for the Physically and Telephone 68 unch.; News Briefs and also being authorizedto
mentally: handicapped children Pan American World Air 2914 enforce the zoning regulations. "There' no basis at aU for

M well a* more for the gifted able would be caused by differences oft W; Texas Gulf Sulphur M At Rule OverJudge's Granted Stay'JACKSONVILLE George Simons Jr., Jacksonville the complaint" about the office

Children. in the budget and bids up l%. expert who prepared the worker, Pepersack added. Ha

-APPROVED the use of the received. Ford 59% unch.; Control Data From plan, explained, "The building said the employe does not ban
Junior-Senior High gym 53% off 1V ) Westinghouse dec. AP) Inspector wears two hats He die the kind of work Involved lathe
Taylor Money to purchase the
property 43 AgeThe A federal court contempt citation and has complaint.
lor dances sponsored by the and to pay for the building % UP HOn grants building permits
"'Beep* Club" to raise fund for was obtained by the chamber the American,, Stock Exchange Area Towns against a U.S attorney was the administration" of the zoning t

the athletic program. Jeanne through sale to the City of De- Mead Johnson was District Court of Appeals postponed indefinitely Monday resolution.

Coddard chairman, add she approved Land of existing property at W, 18* off %; Draper 48% oft %; has declined to rule on whether pending an appeal which will Simons also pointed out that Budget Set
of the Pyle National 35% off %. most people lose sight of the fact
of the vie gymby New York and S. Florida Aves. DELTONAA
must retire automatically decide 11
s county judge the Justice Depart. .
all students but hoped it would The sale price was 160,000. when he reaches theage study of "Healthful Living that zoning Is flexible and that
the JUurlreisJACKSONVIIII ment ban power over a federal changes be made by following Chamber
to 1b6 may
be a *ock hop" protect OTHER ACTION ot 70 yean. for the Retired" is under way ..tDeltonl'l the By
prescribed procedures.
gym floor In other business Little Red SchoolHouse grand Jury.
chamber
directors
with thanks an The case referred specifically Property owners can obtain approval
-ACCEPTED
: with classes from 1.30: The 5th Circuit Court of Ap
The No.th..t KloriiU" Ell to County Judge John S. Eying- for conditional uses or
eight-cylinder Ford motor from Uirktt .. to 11:30: each peals Issued the stay to U.S.
DrI to rtttlltrt! Wednesday morn
Powell.Hooper, Inc., DeLand, -WERE TOLD by Charles Ihll'a! l fun H..., ", ...11, /e'! larva ton after a Daytona Beach attorney ing. Atty. Robert Hauberg of Jackson seek variances. From 'iPagel
the vocational Hall, executive director, that 4I-47| medium lf-40, ", oat/, II 1 Charles Booth challenged REVIEW SUGGESTIONSPage
for use in shop small II..., mostly 14. Mrs. John Bird, RN, has an Miss., "pending disposition
at construction on the planned new .. his actions in an estate cue, by paragraph by
agriculture Poultry t farm: 'r, It nounced that there are still openIngs of the appeal." page
Southwestern High. Post office at DeLand would begin Booth had contended a* one of in the daises for residents paragraph zonen reviewed the parently has been fettled because

HEARD a report from Smi. within six week his objections to Bylngton's ruling of Deltona and surrounding com Hauberg was cited for civil. changes suggested. Sherman noted the city ha made an Initial 8916
ley that the reason for the resignations -HEARD that the chamber's Noon Stocks that Bylngton was over 70 munities. contempt by Diit. Judge Harold that many people bad been payment toward the 1965 alloca

or leaves granted teachers annual membenhlp drive would and was required to retire auto Tomorrow's classes win Include Cox when he refused to sign shown the proposals and asked tion.

after the school year begin begin Nov 9, a, The AtM.lt!** Pp... matically.He a review of personal flnt- five grand Jury Indictments last for suggestions before the tentative QUESTION RAISED
week. .
generally involve three classifications -WERE ADVISED that progress AllliChal 224\ JonesaL 82% claimed that Bylngton aid and an approach to home orders Hauberg from said he was under plan was prepared. L B. Mayer a resident of
U.S.
Acting
maternity leave, Illnessor Is being made by the Agrl his but nursing measures. McClure brought up the question DeLand,
Alcoa 60 of for mobile
the resignation of a teaching culture committee toward obtaining AmAIr 4Ti Ken'cott 83LJgftMy the court held that the Judge had 'The classes are being sponsored not to sign protection I city's board and questioned
homes lots minimumof
wile whose husband t* tnnsferred a Volusla County ,Agricultural the Adult Education DI. placed on a whether
Amen 43 88tt not done so. This made It unnecessary by I funds allocated to the
out of the county In his Center AmCvan 64V Loch'd aau.AmMot for the court to rule vision of Daytona Beach Junior In appealing the citation, the 20,000 square feet in rural chamber were spent "solely for
Justice areas. He noted that there are
lob.CONTRACTS AWARDED WERE TOLD that chamberof 1634 Lorillard 1 45% on the retirement question andIt College Cox be Department asked that fine mobile home today and a advertising the city of De-
from
commerce in Sanford and OrLando ATilT 68V Mag'vox 34MpliHon specifically refused to do so, stopped compel. Land."
valuable mobile home needs
-AWARDED contract to the had indicated support for .AmTob S6H 126% the AP reported from Tallahas ORANGE CITY ling Hauberg to sign the indict. tection.! He suggested these trail pro City officials directed T. J.

Webster Publishing Co., St. proposed sign oa U.S. 1 northof AmpxCp 17H MM&M 99 see. The Orange City Garden manta It said Cox has no right er homes should be protected Husfeld, DeLand's attorney, to
Louis for reading program pub- BunnsU dub will hold Halloween des. to decide what federal crimes:
directing traffic over Anaconda 57ft Mohasco ISMons'to COURT ORDER a from having undesirable buildings Investigate Husfeld advised the
locations In county school libraries 3.R. 11 the sort card and bake sale the federal government will
It as shorten route to Armour B2Vi\ 82% Fleet June Bylngton ordered party constructed on adjacent board to withhold contribution
at $103; to flames Orlando and connection with the Babcock 37 HBthSU MontWd 43% Booth to show cause why he Friday at 1 p.m. in Dickinson prosecute property. until the chamber had completed

Noble Inc., New York City, for Turnpike to Miami.RECEIVED 40H NatDalr\ 83% shouldn't be cited for contempt Memorial Library Han. For The indictments stem from a Commissioner approved some its publicity fund budget
Upeclal purchase of library books Boeing NatDlst 28 tickets, call Mn. Otto Nelson federal grand
112fj % Jury Investigation
which normally would report from the of court for allegedly! improperly I minor changes adding college Chamber directors adopted a
S578
!iU Borden 78Bruniwk N.AmAv 91 773-3603. I ta Jackson which
to Pittsburgh Beautification! and Education % proceeding with the administration reportedly and libraries to the condition tentative publicity fund budget
nit over $900;
Beach committee IH Penney 63% of the $215,716 estate of sought perjury Indictments la a use category In various residential Sept. 28 and advised the
Slate Glas Co., Daytona ) civil city
CaterTr 38% PRR 42% The Methodist fellowship rights
cue
HEARD that Ellis Wilson who and general area of its action.CofC .
tor window glass for 8682; and Celanese Mn. Florence L Herlan
70H PepCola MPhllMor upper wU be held tomorrow
Co., Day. had been named chairman of the died May 8,19(2.Bylngton Copies of the proposals are
Tree Expert
|U> Davey Chrysler 60% nPhlUPet at 6:30: p.m. in Fellowship Hall.
available from member
lona Beach, for removal of annual meeting of chamber CocaCola U1KConEdls ; 54% also voided the will Board 'Beefs Up'Citms zoning
at $1 each to the cost.
scheduled cover Board
member for January.
(tree* and debris from hurricaneJIanage >4H Rca 32% and ordered Booth to explain The Women' Fellowship of made
Changes already are being
Fred
at $712. Hutto's TreeService. p Kent, chamberpreald.nt ContCan S2% Repot 4S% how lie became Its sole beneficiary. the First Congregational Standards and the actual revised resolution
said Dr Albert Burke
DeLand, bid SlSOf on DowChe T7V4 Revlon 39% Church will hold a dessert card
will be available at a later date.
noted lecturer and television
i 4ie debris removal Job will be speaker at personality t the duPont 277V4 ReyTob 42% Booth contended that Bylng party tomorrow at T p.m. in LAKELAND AP-The Flor Elects JohnsIVtwnPagel
,- PROVED the EAL 38U StRegP 33 because Jane Murray Hall. ida
Vdu event. ton's rulings were ineffective Citrus Commission, hoping
in West Mail CensoredMIAMI
'personnel changes EJCodak 135 Seaboard 95%
the Judge !had already to protect the image of Florida
la schools: granted leave of so->>- Flreitont 42% Sean 123% pawed the allegedly compulsory The Firemen's Auxiliarywill citrus, has tightened its quality

\ence: to Norma Dreggors, sec- ] Aims FlaPaL 80% Sinclair 90% retirement\ age. hold a business meeting standards on fruit that can be (AP) A Cuban exile I
'.Mary' DeLeon Springs school; Johnson Ford B>% Socony 87% at the home of Mrs. Russell shipped out of the state In gift newspaper said today that children .

accepted resignation of Edmond FrrmtDa 12% SouthnC 65% Troyer at 7:30:: pm. tomorrow. boxes. ta their early teen are serving .

McCaHlster; DeLand Senior High FreptSul 43% SperryR 14% Demo Vote-Win Earlier, at the request of Industry as mall censors la Castro In executive session last

fcustodlan. and appointed Nathaniel At Northeast FruehTr 33% StBrand 6) The problems of ageing will officials who said problems Cuba. Bight, Charles Hall, executive

Nelson to succeed him; GenDva 39% StONJ 88% Seen Necessary be discussed Friday, at 10:30: had been created by slight The ant-Caatro paper Replica director and secretary: of the

had appointed T. DeWltt Taylor Gend 8SV4Genrdi Studebak 6% ajn.. ta the DeBary Civic hurricane damage to fruit, the said underground source advised chamber was unanimously

|o the high school named for 81% Swift 93% CLEARWATER. (AP) Rural Center, by Maryland State commission lowered standardsfor that !letter* !leaving and hired to serve another year.

him to teach Latin parttime.SMataansHaHeMiBMiSBMBflMati. From I Pngc 1 GenMlll 43 Texaco 8)"% electric leaders were warned today Senator Mrs. Margaret Collins fruit sold at roadside stands entering Cuba are being censored Directors voted to increase

CenMtrs 100% Thiokol 14 Schwelnhaut.After: or shipped In Han's salary ta 1965
that the future of their program some past offices by to 17,200
Goodrich 61% UCarb 127% hinges oa a Democratic a luncheon at the De At Monday's regular commission youngsters, trained for the work and to provide an expense account -

I Neivs I Johnson who smiled through Goodly 46% UnltAlre 59% victory at the poll next Tues Bary Manor Sirs Schwemhaut meeting Key Scales Jr. of along lines dictated by Soviet amounting to 81.800.
Negro much of the opposition chanting. Grehnd 24 UnTrult II day. will meet with any DeBary, Welrsdale, a member who ape. specialist\ HALL PRAISED"

Insisted he didn't feel hurt or GulfOU MttIntHarv USSteel 61 Norman M. Capp. administrator Deltona or Enterprise residentin dallies ta girt fruit shipping, un Fred Kent, president of the
angry. 83% UnlvMat 11% of the Rural Electrification a private Interview. For packed a gift box which he said chamber this year, and Johns

(Chorus To MeetThe "We lust feel sorry" be said. IntNlck 83% WetgQ 43% Administration, told 400 persona further tatormatloa concent he purchased from another supplier were high ta praise of Hall's
34 WInnDU! 31
IntPap
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"And I think that on Nov. 3 they attending the Region 11 meetingat log an Interview contact Jolla last Thursday It Included A service to the organization ta

Men's Chorus of Greater are going to feel sorry toe." the National Rural' Electric Jenkins, administrator ef De small grapefruit one ot which the past two )'1m. Han was

Union nnt Baptist Church will Earlier, ta Macon Ga. Johnson Orders To Close Cooperative Association: Bary Manor, at 168-4426. was already rotting, and small HOUGH hired In 1962. He is retired

)meet at T p.m. tomorrow at the faced similar but leu noisy\ For Warren BookThis "Let no one with a stake In Mrs. Schwelnhaut was appointed greea oraages. from the U. S. Army
"Whea
church. At 8 p.m.. Choirs No. land pro Coldwater demonstrationsthat 'the Rural Electrification Program by the late president one box of trait like TO Johns previously served ss
2 will rehearse. Included the waving of outspoken deceive himself with the John F. Kennedy to serve on this goes out of the state It is DAY vice president of the chamber
The Men's Chorus Is rehearsing anU-Johnsoa placards. Is the final call for orders : the Health. Education: and Wet- a pitiful advertisement for the I and is currently president of
notion that REA win about
for The Warren Report oa go fare committee studying the Florida citrus Industry" Scales West Volusla Industrial Board..
for the annual Men's Day to There he said: "Some people Its bualnens regardless of whomhe from
be held SundNov. 8, All like to write signs about Individ the assassination of President sends to or retard- problems of ageing. said. DeLead Memorial Gardens Most of nine new directors
financial Kennedy The Sun New must congress She Is chairman of the Mary recently elected by chamber
members are asked to take a nail And I guess I would do
less of who sits in the White mad that will be of interest
part in this\ observance. that too, it I didn't have any submit its final order for copiesto land State Committee oa AgeIng "A* a n.lk flaws. M tUtatmrj member attended last night's
House In the next four to an members el the Fireman's
yean. -
Captains are Deacon John Wil Issues to talk about But we do The Associated Press byweek' dapp said Sm. Barry Gold. and national chairman ot AIIoda Oll. eerame a mac meeting. It was the first of
liana Group 1; Deacon Charles have Issues." end. the Senior downs lor LBJ. I" ChrysaessSari tidal meeting for Frank A.
2 Deacon Th hardbound book I II pricedat water Republican presidential Mrs. Schwelnhaut graduated Ford, Saul J. Shapiro, Harry
Cusack Sr.. Group ; Th President who only recently
The
has said el the Pint
nominee 'oUI\I1oIb
)
Henhd Harris, Group 3; Dea hu begun to take direct $1.30 and contain approximately repeatedly from George Washington Ualvenity la small assassin las E. Apgar, Carroll B. Green.
"that REA has 'done Its and Congregational Church of Lake
Gus Richardson Jr., Group 400 pages of story and Job' and received her law .reaMe ba fact to keeiffcM. Carl V. Steeley, James H.
con pokes at Coldwater did so several outlived Helea sad the Lake Delft
I, and James Quack Croup 9. times Monday.At picture oa the assassination and Its asefulneas. degree from National University Methodist Church Bewevir, whet the Dreggors. Horace Belay, Wil
Macon the Warren Commission1\ findings By contrast he .said "Presl- Washington. D.C. will Join sv.e ai+y"4 aMMtte .. eavy lanw4 liam S. Coffin and Wendell Jar*
be mentioned halfa
more thaa three mfllloa Amerl-
deat Johnson and Stn. Hubert)
I t. aienM albwmr rard Sr.Nine .
Club Slates Meet ,' doses votes taken when he have demonstrated caa young people ta coOectiDg:
Humphrey LAKE met
Also available to Sun Newt kkf prep.rtleas. who sake and directors on the board
was Senate Democratic leader subscribers Is the AP edition over the year their belief la the There wO be a training far UNICEF. Wednesday afteraooa MMlbta MrtMcttTM are ..... are holdovers from this year.
The Westside Home Demonstration oa proposal to Increase defense and the Youths
purposes of rural elecrrtflcaUoa el the Fire Department evening .. have arable aim-
win 2 "The Torch Is Passed at 82 meeting a we a Nine directors are elected to
dub meet at p.m. spending. per copy. This book, aa account and the REA program." at 7:10 pm. at the CyrHan : Fellowship el the east postal aat.aalp .. char.ides. two-year terms each October
home of Mrs. .
tomorrow ac the After each citation, he shouted canrcaee will ring door bell
Rural electric leader from AH members
of the four day surrounding the today are or November.
Htttie Mclver 600 W Euclid : "Goldwater voted no and I ta Lake Helea lad Caaaadaga
murder of the President. ae) Florida Georgia and South Car urged ta attend U there will
Ave. voted aye." tad surrouadlag area to collect A passable ..,.eItJ for eaqeat
may be purchased at the Sun alias are attending the meeting. be aa Important announcement:
Johnson suggested that voters cola for the project) sponsored after he aa efteetlft t4 Television Scored
News office.
HOSPITAL REPORT Judge Coldwater by his deeds I l feeally by the United Church l. impvevanaL II eau, state
Rest Voluela Memorial rather than his words. I All those who ordered the Max McGraw Dies Special Stlel, Wemea.ApwayiworthslJCOvse. ...we bwMi. speck aswieextra NEW T09JC AP) Two AH
Dismissed: Mrs. Roosevelt Warm Report ere vg4 to effect la tile pests etMtMlM Force doctors Capt. Richard M.

Motley and Infant daughter, 527 Correction pick them 1P a* teen M possible SALT LAKE Cnr Utah ALUMINUMAWNING due Insures protoctiea from .-w aid ....... Narkewks and Copt Stanley M.

W. Armstrong Ave.! Mr*. Mamie at the Sun Newt fflce. (AP Sits btcl: raw, $1. oil tuberculosis; a ajtkel toy* Mat tt dashed emtore OMBV Craven said ta a report to the

Norman, Crescent: dtyj Mrs A story ta yesterday's"edition Bank Chief Set Dundee. CU founder and chairmen peaicSBa te eve two ca8e>eael .... American Academy of Pediatrics
Euphemla O'Neal DeLand. of the Sun New Incorrectly reported el McGraw: .Edison c:... a eripeiiar tropical dtoease: oa their study el 80 cbfldrea -
.....Memorial theft 44 household goods died Monday after a artef ffl- WINDOWS a toe eta mesa 90 cups *t Mesh extra eiTwt ay tile war.la that too. much television

Admitted: Sidney R. Oolemaa, from M. R. sanenoa, who reside MIAMI BEACH: (AP) Reno seas, The electrical product : milk er t whole meath's supplyel ,* Mal .y DELANOMKMOKUL eaa produce a "tired child *yadrome.
.
237 E. Howry Ave. Unit 4). In DeLand. Odds scion el a pioneering manufacturing eompaay has 60 CsXDtNrrrkotl vltamla capsules for mother aAlDEMS. INC.to ." "The cycle ta TidoaS.: "
ttt 'tn.n"C
Dismissed: Mrs. Vsnde Boy'kite The property was stoles froma banking family, today was elected plant ta the United State and and Wr cafld. TM can help eMtNrttas MrrtoM .f the doctors sakL The anxiety

235 E. Church SU Mrs. house situated at HI E. New president el the Americas three foreign countries. Me Conrad Lonber Co.W. wage a war asi leprosy mslarla ate-_as.ele4 at DELAJTOMKMOIUAI Hewitt produced by the telev skit view

Veal Davis, DeLeon Springs: York Ave. at Lake Helen, which Bankers Association.Otfia Craw, for many years active l Is and trachoma. Opea your aitoxxa. ss. hf tah&tta deep Tans the child

Isaac Greea, 130 S. ThompsonAve II owned by nfnon.Enwnota 17. b c*>atrn>as el the conservation organisations was .Mkl ta a! K. Delaware door... roar podtatteok whet BUM atoreafwC fa. ........ to too tired to play. lot he watch

,; Mrs. Norma Thomas, 11! said the stoles prop Board ot Pure ".w'\d National I' la Utah oa a hunting trip. Be Pleas>444M yea AMtsa Hags Wedaee- tl5" television. sad tare

Lenox Court. any wu valued at S1QJO. Bank, Tacoma Wash. was bora ta dear Lake, lawn dq .

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ENTERPRISE: The Tai 'nt'
DeBary Enterprise Teacher Council ot the Enr! .
priM School! hA been vurrrsntul.
In getttnif the word!. SCHOOL
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painted, on the highway in front
anas n1JnIf R'fnnoRApe
amt anM rnLnDEBABl
of the school.Through i
NO Milt EXTEKrUSK MO MUt the wheel In f ,nprrttten
With the PTC"< .Arnol ran
_. crate. has been chosen faniltsafen \. I 1rE
adviser I and ha l1rantUit!
1 1 1i 1r the schonl patrol. Friday. he took Hytl

Demo Exec I I the and members Introduced to them the classroom

Since the sihnol t facilities are
i 1 I scattered heretic* of the went! '
fire pupils must tt 1\'f'1 V ,
now morton ,
Present AtClub's Li2ii 1,, the highway than' In the pare! I
r F and the need la greater now for '
a school patrol. The safety patval -
I :I, members are traiaod and
i conduct groupt safely through ,
tiafflc r
Rally I I I On Oct 30, Sgt. Jsmes Me
Klnnon safety director for the I
Florida Highway Patrol will pre JI %
DLBARY.a..The: DeBary Demo sent a salty program at the
rrttie dub held I rally Thurs school IfI
day afternoon at the Fire Recreation
Hall with 69 member Women( View

and guesta present :. .
nit DeBerard of DeLand slat 1

Democratic committee 0 man I 1'1'y Fall Fashions OFF TO DELEON Residents of the DrBary Manor and Nuning Home took

from Volu.l* Couunty and newly t an outing to Ponce DeLeon Springs Thursday afternoon. Shown above preparing to
elected president of the FlotdaDemocratic L Y l'E ARY..Mrt. Illlam Yoke, leave, left to right, are John Jenkins administrator of the Manor; Leon Bottford
Women dub Introduced I' of Clbhs !Stm"* it DeLand, dUtct- and Arthur Cotton both resldenta of the Manor.
Chester Rearick.Rtarlck \ ed a fashion show' and dessert _.- -... -- --
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If president of the Pe- card party sponsored by the D- 1----
Bary Civic Association and dal Rary \\omans Club Friday In Pit 1 DIUND (flOtillA SUN NIWS TUESOAT,OaOltl, "" O.C.
rector of the Florida Federation AT REPUBLICAN RALLY-Shown at the Republican' rally held at the De- Community Center. I I Group
el Art. Inc., at the DeBary Man Barv Community Center are, front row. left to right( Glenn' Smith, president the Model for new hihlon for
lion House. DeBarv Republican Club; Cherie Gardner, candidate lor supervisor of registration; fall were. : Gloria Accardl, Mrs Holds Meet
Mr. Rearlck. acting as master John R. Ljnady candidate for county sheriff; Hubert Jacobs, candidate for county Newell Hawkins, Doris Cole
of ceremonies, called on commissioner from District 1. In the back row, name order are Judge Albert D. Wit\* Mrs. Edmund lovsnna, Mrs Earl
Conatable Oscar D. Paplneau liama, who lltfklng.re-.I.ctiol\ District 2; John Jacobs, candidate for jtatt Setter Mrs Hackley Mrs Harold I ORANGE QTY The Rome'
candidate for' re.election to representative from Group 1; Donald Myers, candidate for county commissionerfrom Wills, Mn. Alan Hunter, d Service Committee of the Orange
tpeak. District 3; R Glenn Bishminn, candidate for the State Legislature from Group Mis C. Delnger, Mrs. Clyde P City Chapter of the America
B.
Also speaking were Rodney 2 and L. Caulk candidate for constable from District 2. (Photo Middleton) Hart Is. none Fldlpr, who was
George by
Thunby sheriff of Volume Coun narrator. and Mrs. Arthur Wagner Red CroM recently met with
ty, seeking re-electfon; Kathe- Mrs Ralph Court volunteer field
tine S. Odharn, supervisor of CAb'TWAT TALKDeBary Aseanth Butler was pianist for I I consultant in home service lethe
registration. Volusla County, baikginund music Chapter Houst.
seeking r*.election. Mri. Odham Winner of door piliei! weitMis. '
la a pant president of the Bull Wagner, Mi-s. Edgar Cor I I Mn. Court explained that the
Best and Professional Woman Republican Club Singes RallyDEBARY sun and M'.. Hunter, k4 i American Red Croat lea two
Cub D.Land.Al.o --- --- service mandated by Congress

speaking wert Mn. DclarvPersonals In im, which the I,MO chapter
Ulrich, candidate -
)
Charles (MarIe
alt ever the are Instructed
for Justlct of the peace : The DeBary Republican whn sang Theresa Kupers accompanied Gardner candidate f/lp'superMnor I country
District 2; Kermit Coble. und Cub held a rally Wednetday Mr. McGee at the of reglsnatton: John Ja- to carry out within their area.
date for state representative. evening at the Community piano; they both received an COM, for state representative, Theit art tilt Home Service sal<
Group 1. who' also spoke for Rep. Center with 200 member and ovation from the audience. Group 1, R. Glenn! BUhmann for the Disaster Preparedness department
James J. Sweeny, who seeks guests prevent to hear the various CAN ATM TALK state, legislature. Group 2; Hubert MUdcnherg DERAJIY -of MA riantatlnn and' Mn Road F I *.
re.election, but was nuaM to be candidates speak. Volusla Jacobs for county commissioner.
County Republican spent May to October at their Horn Service la the bridge between
present at the DeBary rally The Rev Paul St'hultle candidates spoke next, with each District 1; Donald P.Mjers restage In Mnntsuk Point L.T. I the lervtct man anywhere
Deaa Smith candldat for county the Invocation and Thornton K. limiting himself to eight min for county commissioner, N Y. They visited the VIMid In tilt world and his family. R4
commlfilon District 1, also Smith led in the salute to the utes. Speaking were. Cherie District 2: John R. L>nady, for Fair Cross field workers. director
ipekt.Vlilts. flag. Mrs. Adam Muller. led In herirt of Volusla County; Judge Mrs. E. Shoplaugh of Shell and expert are always in close
singing the National Anthem. followed Albert D. Williams, up for reelection Road' returned from a visit with contact with military" fortes n.>
At Enterprise with a welcome by president DeBary Club and George L. Caulk filenda and relatives In Kentucky matter where they may be located
Glenn Smith. A large delegation candidate for constable, District South Carolina and North she said.Mr .
ENTERPRISE: Mri Ida from Orange City were 2. Carolina. She arrived home on *, Court complimented the
Padgett of New Smyrna Beach presented and also other guest Bowl Results Refreshments and"a social Wednesday In time to attend I Orange City chapter for It*
visited friends here Friday.W from the surrounding are*. hour followed the' rally with the the DeRary Woman t Cub fashion I work In the community and for
REGISTRATION DRIVE' candidates getting acquainted\ show and card party, Us well equipped loan clouta la
Hive A brief business session was DF.RAR7. The DeRary with the people over cones and Mr. and Mr. Anthony Oppel Grant City and DeBary
conducted by president Smith Sp.i. Rlhber howling result cake The auditorium was tefc- fit Smyrna Drive entertained Attending; the meeting were I
f Gro '- Tone and Earl Merrill reported avery for Friday afternoon at the DM mated with plctuies of elephant Mil Oppel alster, Mr. M. Mi'*. Harold flock and Mr*. Hm** '
successful voter registration Land Lanes"" wear: Tht Fats, and literature nn all the candt Wathlck, ef Kansas City, Ken and Powell chairmen: Mr*.
with a gain of 90 last month. Braised. .and Cracked teams date quallficatinns.Speaker They visited Tampa and] fit. Frank Ichmlt Mrs H. )I. Hu-
PelletizedFertilizer Mrs.. Person Little gave her re shut out the Pnrkle Tender and Augustine, They enjojert; watching FASHION SHOW MODELS Among the women sey, Mri. Pliyl\ Krttg, Home
port on the recent card party. Never Better Team In a 4 to 0 Scheduled the world axles on TV aa a modeling clothing from Gibbt Store, DfLand, at the Service representative. of D*.
American Legion Commander W. game"' The Snap*, Jibs, and nephew, nay Sadetky wed one I fashion show staged at the DeBarv Community Center' fI'! ), Humid CUnnUf of DeLand,
William offered tranipnrtation Broiled team look three game DFBARY' The DeBary' Carr. of the pitchers for the Cardinal I left to right, Mn Newell Hawkins, Mri. Myron Mi*. John( Crowtiier and Mr*.
were
to and from the poll on election out of four from the Baked den dub will present as guest Mrs. C, R. French nf Amlgoa and Mri. Allan Hunter Mn. William Harold Carrier. Also present
Tough and Lean Team The (Gloria) Accardl, Mrs John Hnllliter,
were Blood]
day. In cloning the business"' peaker at their Nov. I meetlnft Road visited with friends andrelatlxes
md Invite yet tt ese ear meeting, president Smith Invitedall Loin won Jft\ to tile Bar.B Ques, the Community renter, Mrs. In Hastings D bhs Hibbard wn chairman of the ihovr (Photo by Middle- Bank chairman and 'In. Victor
iirsidsr. fret tt ty to the Republican headquarters 1%. Philip C. Frle t of Detand. She Ferry, New York, and returned ton) Schaefer el the Blood Bank com'
with ytur Purchase. on Highway 17.tt, serous Bowling this week wan greatly will speak about! "Lut Gist this pat week to her home InDeBary mitten
the street from the Fntwprls Improved with Paul Wood havinga Gong," who was hors! In Canton UNICEFDrhe Masons Invited
New office, phone (6X5918: ; he 214 tingle game, and Vernon China and came'" to North Steve Jarkson if Nannja
VOLUSIAFEED also asked tile member to keep Caint had a %11. and Harry Adams. M.... In 1MO at the age Road war honored at a birthday DERARY-The DeHary Wayfarer .
Feb. I open for a Republican Fritts a 200; Fd Allaa cam up of 12. In 18M he ram to DrUnd party at the DeBary fieetetteSunday Set Ky Children I will meet tt the Community
luncheon at Stetson Union with with a :549 for High 1 game, and worked for the Burllniamt' ,",,",,11II11. Hit' favorite Center Monday Nov, I at 2::TOpm. !
STORE the DeLand Republican club and Bill (.ottlt'.1\d Pad! Wood family H* received the Wilder eak, strawberry, baked by lilt PCBART: -The DeBary Community for the regular meeting Jewelry. XM#
Cr. T*.rU* AmU Ar.. Mrs. Muller, entertainment clot behind with 922 and 111respectively Medal by the United Slates' govrrnment mother, was shared by all present. Methodist\ Chunk: childre I All Masons In good standing Y JwluUS
Ha Dearer KM 1M-UM (chairman presented Robert N. for hi* development el will be tr Invited attend Tltlrty.flll.M'ltIlllo *
McGee: bass baritone of DeBary Frank Stoney picked the C' 10 the Lee Glm Gong orange, whirls" M?. and Mrs A. H Newell of the lunday.tchonl birthdays will be recog
split and Roy Hanlam picked the 1* the Valencia type of orsng. spent the summer at their cot- rslllng on you Saturday for nized. FERRELL
S.7 and E. Z. Walters getting the H* sine! developed the perfumed lag In Cambridge, N. R onth "trtck or treat" Inc UNICEF John riles inn. district man- ,
4-5. The loin lead the League grapefruit and Introduced the' Waihselemitak take They United Nations latematlonal, anger ef Florida Tower Corp.. will JEWELERS
with a 1T<4 win and 10'/4\ lost Lue'" Glm Cong orange to the enjoyed a lobster festival atShecllne. Children' KmwgMry: Fund be gutst speaker"' and will chew I
record with Scrap and Fall trade in 1)11. He dirt In 193! ",. N. B also a trip to This orgtalMtUM provide\ milk a film 'IIjUtcIPractlral Lighting ID rit>Rra) tii>4 aBsiVt
breathing down their neck with and U buried !la Oakdalt Ceme Nova Scotia, visiting with friend and other fltlltl0 children ." A Cteat rl* t It trtV
record of 17 won and 11 loat. tery.r ennutt Stow, Maine and See throughout the world. Your attendsnr/ urged.
kook Mass. They will attempt tn rawer *H
Mr, and 'Mr*. John Jenkins, of DeBary are, for Halloween
at tile DeRary Manor, tank IT II you wish to donate' pl.s.
residents at the Manor to Pone leave your tutsldt light en. end
J DtLenn Spring by bus and car 1, one of the children will mm' It
Thursday, lesvlng DeBary at your door' It I II expected that CCIHIJECCOC
I I.JO: p m. Jenkins U administrator over three million AmerVan
at the Minor children will kelp UNlCCr lat

? \' Mist Margaret Whit and Mis urdey -. .. ,
rrO\' Agnes Caldwell/ wert the ho-
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5* Hurry Up, Np .*, .3,-*.:"<: r .; IIAfter"'Aft r"You, Comrade Br iHnev"! Physician From. Cuba Boyled Down


You Comrade "
Are little weary of all tWs Kosygin !
| you getting a '
At Church Meet
campaign! oratory? Speaks By HAL BOTLLe

'Are you hearing more and enjoying .1tless? s.H ; I( NEW YORK (API) Wifely

% I Ar you becoming more confused instead of sHI remarkthat make a husband

Setter Informed! kf DFBARY Dr. Lull M Perezof built. In the jean before his re with lie were a bachelor:

Sanford was guest speaker gime. "I dnnt see wily you need
Do you find yourself wondering I.f."Nov. 3 e Friday at the DeBary Community Dr. Perez told of the refugees more than $1 for lunch."

will ever get here and end at least flonwof the MethodtRt Church, sponsored and the manner of their escapes, "Jeans husband make$25

and ? by the Commission on Social from the Island. He told of the more a week than you do, and
sound fury
Concerns\ block ipyert,"' and how every he s no smarter than you are -
Welcome to the club! 1 Dr. Perez was born la Camafluey package i* Inspected and con' or not that much more, any

Whatever else it has dope; this campaign has Cuba In 1928. He attendedthe venation listened to. way"

demonstrated beyond doubt that no one'- re.peat Camaquey Institute and wan The children are taught to>> spy "We're Just having scraps for
I 7 graduated in 1948. He attended on their parents H* also told dinner tonight dear I didn't
no one can come up with .sparkling : / Havana Medical School of the why many Countries In South feel very hungry"

pew material hour after hour day after day University of Havana and was America doubt our policy now. "Other husbands I know loveto

week after week month after month, speech graduated In 19r 1. Howard Green read a verse of discuss the office with their\
Coming to the United States to Scripture that sounded
as
'i though wives Why don't you* What
after speech 1 : : : further his medical education, It were written today. The Rev goes on there that you dont

It also has shown that anyone-repeat, anyone he Joined the staff at Georgia Cecil N, Ogg welcomed an present want me to know about
Baptist Hospital serving a year and at the end of Dr. Perez'
is to become tiresome if overexposed.The "Some evening I'm going to
-- likely
of rotating Internship and three talk gave the Benediction J. F.
candidates are reaching deeper and t : :fL'FiW years of training In Internal Gale of Maltland will be the next make a recording of how you
talk after you've hid three mar-
Into the barrel for what the Madison medicine. Later he served a* speaker in this series A former
deeper ( tints, and play It back to you the
: personal physician at Chatta counter during
Intelligence agent
call "grabbers" new gimmicks 6 next morning It'11 make )00crlnie"
Avenue boys
hochee Stale Hospital until 1963. the Korean war will present .

new headlines, new pitches for votes. The barrel .w 'Wt_ H* received his citizenship a colored film In two parts on
"
Is that a blonde hair on your
seems to be depleted, r, ; I e,' o papers during this time Communism Encirclement"
eoet! I thought told me
a Dr, Perez is married and his you
Wouldn't it be wonderful If, by mutual agree 44Y your secretary was a brunette
wife, Maria, 1* also a physician,
ment, the campaign period could be cut in half ) N specializing\ In pediatrics. They Council Wins Awards) Not*that I'm 'jealous" Me jealous
/ Ha ha ha.
,
have
two children, Luis and
DEBARY Jo Peck of
Highway
In 1963 -
Hector "I took Emily to the orthodontist
,. But who would have to mutually agree? Dr Perez stated the people of of Plantation IT 92, and Road Bert DeBary Lederhaus, attended today. He says that for SI .

The very ones who love to campaign, that'f Cuba wert happy before Com the Florida Association of 200 he can make her" teeth look
munlsm came to their Island. like a movie star's.
who.So ; Castro tOrt down in a few Realtors convention at the Flea Other husbands I know loveto
l" years
Idan Hotel In Jo Peck
Tampa ,
don't get your hopes up. what the people of Cuba and the who Is president of the Volusla take their: wives dancing\ So

Now, what was it the friendly candidatewas leW help of the United States had County Council of Women Realtors ent"why do you have to be so differ

saying about the other friendly candidate? announced that the Volusla
"The television set is on the

Oh. no--not THAT again! one County tor Council its achevement won two book awards anij, blink again I think It'U cost at

jj. + Jjf:. 4t In the other for the state project, least $50 to have it fixed. Don
Today you think It would be more economical
Build America Better The
Men Arc r w deq. l r, t, I to buy a new one*"
,
Yeah, Uglier 1 uL.e way 7+t ulv, Architectural chapter selected'Eliminating Barriers' for its Why la It you men don't like

to take wives along when
I History your
of the Over 1,000
f Girls are smarter than boys, part members attended program. you go fishing* If you ask my

.. This will scarcely come as'newi to girls of .. ...... opinion you all act like a bunch
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10-- .- ---oJREADERS' 1'1' Tile "._1..4 ...... of heathen savages.
any age or to married men. Today Is Tuesday, Oct, 27, (;fee Club To :Meet "Put 'down that newspaper.

: It. may however, shake up boys and young WASniKGTOX MERRY-CO-ROUA'D' the 101st day of 1964. There are There something I want to tell
DEBARY The Glee "
(3: days left in the DeBary you right now.
must have gnawing year.
they a
although even <<
men,, Today highlight In hUtory Club will meet at the Community "Guess what day this is""You're

,and growing suspicion that they are being consistently On thin date In 1795 the San Center on Wednesday, October going to have to do>>

outsmarted by; what In the mid Victor-! Lorenzo Treaty with Spain pro 28. Mrs Charles Bertsch will something about those children.
Malaysia Peace Corps direct and Laura Platt Brown Before you lie down on the sofa,
in' wa euphemistically known as the fair FORUM vided (for free navigation 01( the
era MlaiiUslppI River by Americans will be the pianist, James Duffy, let me tell you what they were

ex. and Spanish. president, will conduct the business up to today"

'The latest proof is provided by tests given 'The ea .... sue N... _,...... On this date session the"Well bad I might noTh.as well.tell you
750,000 California pupils la the fifth, eighth and Commended By Justice "tte.. er.m tt. ..... ... au11q.Main. In 38")8 Theodore Rontvelt, newt refrigerator '
The mama .r the w.lt.. 26th Musical Planned collapsed today. But
the
of United
eleventh myat he iifii< ant. ,h* adar..* president alter all, weve had it for 14
grades.; .. pv.w. The IMP ro.rv. .. thright States, was born in New York '
fellows howed la nut ,letter ewe. IM wardIwuw DEBARY The music years. I guess we 11 have to buya
These testa department
steady now -
I.. ,....'". Lettsa ads,....C t.ether. City. new one."
:that with the single exception of mathematics BT DREW PEAR.10V Instlln office of Rep Charles paths. then.. feaHnl push. ..'In ,....ti..>.lItI.. Ha. .n In 19M. the New York City will of the DeBary afternoon Women'sClub "I get so tired'of living in this

in the eleventh grade girls excel boys in WASHINGTON Ju tc| Arthur Vanik, DOhio The expos was .....'..1.. In rare Inatii ....... the subway war opened present an same old house that I could.cre.m.
: group, name and. ...,...i af the, .rI'. In 1913 President Woodrow of music at 2 p.m. Oct. 30 at "
of the conducted the National Committee .
Goldberg by
scholastic ability and all "basic skills"Being spent part will be wl.I'/ k'* tfcnawn .,. Must Wilson foreshadowed a US. the home of Mrs Price! GoI'Idson.U ,
summer on a goodwill tour of for CIviC pIIfIAlhUltyl be t. the, aJitar.NCNS "You never heard a'' singe
a male, we're not smart enough to India and. Malaysia before returning which showed the book to be f' "'good neighbor" policy, declaring Sunset Dr. The Savoy Operas word I said. For that matter;
and Gilbert Sullivan will be
know exactly what "basic\ IkUl," Include, .Butwe'll .:lo tht. tough 'job' :i\r\ ..fuirofecFors: :: arfif'exfuftatlon. Intention to cultivate the heard and discussed and you never do" .
handing. down Suprrm, Court lire; Sunshine,. Golub.chenee- Media friendship of Central and South' "I don't expect you to be per
} bet'opr miserable IQ against whatever is' American nations feet But I do
opinions tady, N.Y. It waa Leo Rear expect you to.
mall enough to make a fair bet that one of these He delivered some lectures at don, former adviser to Father In 1922 Mussolini marched on Calls On FriendsENTERPRISE ) show.a little consideration when

skills is the instinctive good sense to leave some the taw school of the University! Coughlln. who conceived the Rapped ForPrejudice' Rome. .
of New Delhi hid a stimulating Idea for Goldwatera famous In 1916, the Rome Berlin axis Bob Caldwell "How do I know you really
thing tough.like mathematics. the men. Interview with Premier Shastri book "Th Conscience of a was formed with the Stat Departmentof love me, when you 10 rarely sty.

The worst part of it !is. that J 'Ja'are prettier, of India In which; ,"Shsatrt expressed Conl rvIlUv""" and had It published Ten years ago Col\. Benjamin Education In Tallahassee, It? Do you think I'm a mental
"
Davis Jr.. was promoted visited friends here Thursday telepathlnf
his appreciation for I by the obscure Victor
too.
American food: and watched the Puhllnhlng Company of Shepherdsvllle to the temporary rank otbrigadier Bob was the oldest son of the "I hate to> call you at the office

constructive efforts of the new Ky. Brent. Botch, a Editor, Sun News: general In the US. late Rev, R T. Caldwell and Mr*. dear, but on the way home
Malaysian Republic to hammer I'lghl.wln politician In Maryland Air Force-the first\ Negro to Caldwell, who is now making I'd like you to stop oft at the
Is news In thl* area to be bit her home at Tavares supermarketand few
appointed a general In that get a
1
out:: a new democracy In South and a Yale Classmat\ of
AllY. east Asia. UUllam Buckley ghostwrote the blocked by a solid wall .of pre' arm of the service Items I forgot 1'11 read you the

book. judice In order to n\ldie'lU the Five yean ago-A hurricane Attend Homecoming list"
In Malaysia Justice Goldbergwas voters Into one opinion, regard- swept over Mexico'a Mananillo "Other husbands I know are
'Q"DIAJ particularly Impressed by Mrs 11: E: Millan Orange len of truth region, killing an estimated ENTERPRISE Mr. and glad to-" et cetera, 'et cetera,
the Peace which hal not Park, Fla.-The alleged hammer
Woman's Corps Now I read that alt Orlando 1,:VW persons Mrs. Wesley 1.. Tyler of Enterprise et cetera
only done efficient hut and sickle whichlU though
a* t sob> \ .
television station' statesIt The West African
proudly One year ago- their daughter Linda Gall
which has emphasized U.S aid you saw on the Kennedy fifty Insult To
is the first TV communicationto slate of Dahomey got anew and Linda Sue Parker attendedthe Injury
The girt without the giver Is centplece\ actually a combination
take sides In the current cam following a Florida University .
Secret government: Homecoming at
.i- bare, observed tile Justice, and of the Initials of the Even PADUCAH, ! "' palgn before thla, new in wave ot strike and demonstrations of Florida, Gainesville.
.:,: when our Pec Corp young sculptor who>> designed ItGU- thin area has been slanted to They than went on to spend several came to the eyes of few retired\
'" tiers. work side by side withether roy It oberta..Charlea E. favor candidate and railroad men M the Old 1518: an
A&MWLT.u. : : one even davs at Green Cove Springs
Schwartz Akron Sen Gold- Illinois
youngsters In these countrle Central Railroad steam
lUUR time tele.
field by opponents on
., It make the local citizen Mater controversial statement vision channels, Is played down ran Committee These two positions locomotive was retired\ to Bark-

,DEAR ABBYt I, for out, agree with you 100 per cent ry realize that w* arc puttingour about Democrats and Jew was by not bring announced or listed, no doubt brought to his Comforts Of Smog, Icy Park Adding chagrin wu the

when you say that a husband and wife should not tell heart as made over radio station WWDC. so> that listeners hear them by mind the dangers threateningour fact that a diesel engine pushed
everything Just to clear their own consciences First o( well as mum July 25, 12! He said, "It la chance has become nation from the inroads of BARDSTOWtf., Ky. (AP) He It to the parkPukltriiKt .

all it doein make the slit any lees, to why hurt someone dollar and our very difficult for me to understand Of objective only.Vbat reporting* Communism, None Dare Call It had spent\ only one day In the

,by (confessing A few year ago I became a reitei| food Into their the Jew I happen to behalf Treason' was not Intended by country but John Bockey told his
It seems to me that all communication the author to be book host he to to 1Jt tnb jl1.Ne s
,housewife, and thought that an affair with another man countries .r JewUh My people when. a history was ready .return ; .
was the answer to everything So, after becoming In. In Malaysia, they \lived In New Yorkthey'reall media, such at newt- as supposed by one of the pro noise and. exhaust fumes. *11T ataaot Ia
papers radio and television, tensors, We, I believe mOlt of 'Don { like all this fresh =
you I !
volved, I became pregnant That wok m* up and I broke John Shaw ot dead now wer* Orthodox gape. .n..lIIl
labor ,.
should remain hee and objective *" Df. Th act
hlrrad air )he asked
us who the book see was
off with him without telling him why, Instead, I vowedto Boston, a mem Jew, all Democrats.I Chnnnaa ky D.L i>4 PubUahla
better I her of allowing; the electorate to it as a treatise on what you "Oh, I sues it's okay, Bock OoBiMir .t Ill South Waedlaal
be a wife and mother and worked toward (hat the uted Into
to terrific
get make Us mind after litten- SfcrntoTirA DoLaiit, ".
"but Fie" ands
up might call\ conservative philosophy ey replied, I 1Ik. to see
tad add prayed dally for forgiveness. now have a Peace r.oI'JIII.had lea W a,
Act '
with cousins who
,
argument my log to facts on both aide*. How giving warning of the what I'm breathing" Cat FMUI.UCaI .'l..De'1::4.
little daughter. My husband worships the ground she bulldoKederal
while they were alive, all votedDemocratic would we like It If juries made danger of communistic Infiltra FlorH. .
walks on, and she Idolizes him. W* have other chlldivn. !\ hundred ;. Gotdwater'went onto Jolla B Ftrrr ir, Pew John
up their minds\ by listening to tion Into the Government and Into .
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Much Too Obvious Hor. wears, Vl<-. PT... end
bt this little
but there aeema to a closeness between girl fish ponds .
'.tUON say that Democratic administrations one prejudiced side* other American Institutions. fl.n.ng Mar. R. H. W..t_.tt. .
end her "Dadd)'" that dnea not exist between any of thtothers. for the farmer In Washington had K4IIW. Juno ). Jr4a A 80 why break Ma heart by telling him 'that act Similar to the fish\ pond dug on 'allowed communism. to get With and the television present! rommunlca prejudicednews Although, It Mr Is. Slormer set I I.fOI1"thlt anl'pl1bllc.n JIOUNT'ER.10N', Ky (APIFire ). John MATIOVAL R Bird.RBFRCCENTATITZaJ Circulation: : Mar. >

is not hii child This secret la between Cod and.mt, and farms all over the USAPerhip ststlfd In this world and createdMadam the basest plainly ChId John Cox estimated .ki< M r.., Aw.at... 1* "'.
tlon system, we have he Intended the book to be damage at $2,000 to $3.000 44(11 *' .wartarfpt Turk U. N.r, arucfe
It will always be that the highlight of Juit 1f
and Fa
way ol'm Jn Germany kind of monopoly a monopolyof He eels attention . non partisan
when he was to start
a trying
COULD NEVER TELL ire Goldberg tourv..a an and Italy .The Jrtllf'fltfnl'my Idea which :would preventthe to examples In the Eisenhower a.. ....RATES.
1 e : the fire engine, it backfired and Carrier On* 111 M: eta
audience with Pope Paul He ot the Jew In the world people fromi hearing :both administration loonlha. HIM' ; ThrM wnotha.' U Hi
:DEAR ABBTt Of all the despicable people I..will war received, not as. an American .hat.been the Democratic Party side ot vital to them. Republican as gas was Ignited under It tn. .. it.Hi OM WMk.. 4A.B .
questions well the Democratic administration .
as .
The City then found It had no mil 0. T w 111. etaewwbs
ever have to'contend with, deliver m* from the "MM'and official but a* a leader of and their stupid treaties teat Marl McNeU Illltt the Now Mete
of the last few
I years fire Insurance on the fire truck. __ .
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tell' hypocrite\ Confessions to>> clear the conscience American Jewry, they made with other countries M* 'I.'LI
Ot course It \have seemed -
Most confessions motivated by wilful\ Before In to ... the may
ptloneyl art a going I don t charge them with being that the reference la the book
liMn to Injure an Innocent party, guilt/ trlnlllffnce/nd. Pope,-Goidberg.who\ I I. a native ntl\.!Semitic but I'do; charge! Two BooksGet '. to (he communist 'overtake ot A_ 5. h.the. Stool.
til. wIsh to boast. .. of Chicago, asked one of the them with mllklni''PlIt.i with Cuba and the promise of the U.s. I This and That
Confesson to>> God is good. IJkewIse confession.to a' 'mnnslgnort In the. Pop*"* 'outeroffice our nemlet that have allowedour Government to support the Bayof

,.clergyman.' Even to the bartender or the barber.. But, who happened to. he 'own people, the Jewish Pigs venture on account of AC1UISS 45.10.setae.

never to one who will be hurt to hear It, from Chicago?wllfthpr| U would people, to suffer through po Support I US. failure to keep It* promiseas .t !A=mg .'...'.....afore..
To have am.affair li on* thing U'I.' wrong to lit be out, of line for him to ,tak groins and and.Semltlam allover described In the honk wa ... t tYw 4
BUT*. But It 1* a human weakness and the flesh I I. weak.. up the question .ol' I idrlclde, the world." one of the things resented by iPuW.gkaq ; L

But to inflict pain on an Innocent person, 'needlessly; ,la which baa been under debate Mis. R. H. Morton. New York From. Readertdltor' the critic J3 11AMrt step.taol.. 1 Is.e.seta. T

quit. another. ,Christ bar been known to forgive and by the Ecumenical Council dry-Mrs.. Barry Goldwater. !... It \to only natural that millions 1 iklwala
adulterer ("Go forth.and sin no>> mort.")- But $IrII. 'Go all the way," 'replied the Itat"'I'nlhat her husband had Jo... f of Americans have been attractrd Ga."IIN1t ,11Pahry. le A

Bad no good message for the hypocrite.t 1 Chicago monsignor! suffered two nervous breakdowns Sun jlewe: by the Information! and the 1aCMa. Da.ereJU.e.t aanIsannw

Who am I? I'm the guywho one confessed to Ms During bin.talk With the J'ope. war mad In an Interview Two recently'publlnhed bonks warnings given In Mr. Stormersbnok. u""' ,

,lists his infidelity. therefore, Goldberg pointed out which was published In the proven: to be very popular with There not much that themtlt'l : 3a-a4 $3 aun,.. RC.wMIro..

Ct.'JLTY. that the .origin ot anti.Semltiam May .Usue of Good Housekeeping. reader seem te be drawing. ran do about It. 11'I'noI.I fltt..d. l/Asanwa. Mart....... .-.11Ar..r.lle..
{t' was la the Catholic doctrine\ that toil W should all _.... ,."'. II' rlw MSsINer.*
Gordon, Df'troltTlttrl \la some criticism from a few ot our of as, regardless JeskawaanterP .1 Half I...,.,
i DEAR ABBYl R* confessing Infidelity to ones mate the Jew were responsible forth absolutely no truth In the report local expert on bonk publishing of party affiliation! feel nmh.taIs:ledura.e T.aMNpnr a'..,...... 11 DttIdt.....
;.J'II' with you wholeheartedly Ahoy. It ha been said death! of Christ that President Johnson will\ appoint Th book "!'fOlIDtttt ,can It more lib commending Mr. Sen..l ssate.r..Wty 4seaw..pMrMMGrwpdarllwtpdames
VTb truth ahall. act you tree." Rubbish The truth hat "w. liked the fI..tpoI1 Mayor Jerry Cavanagh of Treason" by John Stormer and Stormer, than criticising !him. SIP.KI.ad a es.dpiuseas

enslaved! me. I would give everything I own never to brought out by the Committee ol Detroit to The Cabinet after the book. "A'Texaa' Look at With reference to the other Amy Aa.ka.arr II II I' II I- 19 1\

have heard my wife confession" Sip me.V Bishops," the Justice told the elections Mayor Cavanagh. doe Ljnrton' by J. Everts Haley, book: It teem that the critic :; swe...

.A MAN IN PASADENA Holy Father. "It was strong ant rate high la LIU't book. have been severely criticised by are politically bitted against = IIZ ::11 t 14at
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when It cam out of remmitree. st.(1CI"l"al. this author' also without APripas
**" Thorn Alder, Milwaukee two ptofeMon at any III 1'1 III
DEAR ABBYl So BOW YOU an giving spiritual adVice But then tome pia... among the PtfHint magazln alleged poll verity and<< a teacher hi the De- valid 'neaten. The author a := t.
? Who ar you to my that a husband and wile should line It was watered down," Jews ft the Senate peas gallery re Land High School. native Texan U an esteemed asl:: =r..tpse I''. .18. ID

not contes tile sin of unfaithfulness to one another When In America geieratty dofc t M genial Senator' did not poll a The' protector and ,teacher writer el hooks e* history A4 ZI. :
'One) has broke his marriage vows, the only May to wipe (hat the final report goo far real .rrons-tectton el newsmen. have probably given! the two eprtaHy! Texas books Thl* 4eit: .11:1

the slat clean 1* t* make a full eenfessioa to the spouse enough It simply states that the Sen William Proxntire rates. hooks cursory examination 'or book la my opinion. was written .iU .3

had ark forgiven from the wronged one. It my mate Jew of this age ar sot guiltyof high at do Paul Douglas, DHL else have read a few page' la.them more to give tenable Information 14'a..WS I'" r..

tiaa sinned aghast ME. It la to ME that h* should .con deidd." Warn None, ..D.o.Hal. It Is difficult t.we: \how. aid to sponsor good government .''''-' rIi -
leas;and It la UY forgiveness he seeds la order to cleans The Pope listened carefully H'fg*.. D-Lat. and Wayne Hays they could haw done more sod especially In government ...... ...anas7' ..11

Us scud! .1 thlak you should print a rttractioa Abby, and finally told Goldberg that D 01110 arrive at tIN rwtchwloaf they elections, ana partl a., sad t .:= ::? .
;Many. people: m4 your advice and tike you seriously. there were problem within the dkl W* would suggest to the hoer from first iliad Norm chrl.ha.Mt4,55 .41
t_ "SAVED"' IN JOPUN church a* weH at ,problwna of Auxiliary Meeting profr**** to read the books lilts that there are snore thee u -

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IaN ...".. waya M laake......... frsyer, keep)** a the Position of American Jew. commute of tie Auxiliary The tint tenth mentioned had should vUt Texas sad Hate te 1'>4

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Methodist Church, met yesterday
morning in the church for the r
Quiet Day service Mrs. H. R.Smith .
Annual District Six MeetingOf spiritual life secretar

was leader, assisted by Mlr
Sara lineman and Mrs. Coo:*
FFWC Held At DaytonaThe Wiseman.

Mrs. Ray Vandenbert playedthe

organ The worship center
annual meeting of DistrictSix programs of the DeLand Juniors was the cross, with praying
of the Florida Federation of She mentioned that the JWC had hands, flanked by lighted tapers

Women's dubs was held yes as moneymaking projects their and urns of flowers on a purple
terday at the Daytona Plaza i annual fashion show Roehr Chil satin covered table,

Hotel Daytona Beach with dren's Christmas Party, Community A sacrificial lunch was held at
members of the Junior and Senior Sewing Contest, and 1 p.m. In the dining room.
dubs of that city acting as mimeographing for other organl- Mrs. Smith reported' on the r
hostesses. rations. She mentioned that work by the society for children

Mrs. Arthur Zlmmet, president these help support their other and retirement homes, Mrs, E

was chairman of the days projects which Include: sponsorIng I 1! E Bumgarner told about the GFS Girls Make Cancer Dressing Bed PadsThe
children's class. '
activities. District six FFWC exceptional "Hospital and Residences" for
coven the counties of Brevard, I es at George Mark School, young women Mrs. J, W. Gibbs

Flagler, Putnam and Volusla, sponsoring a Brownie Troop,. I spoke on "Schools and Colleges." Intermediate and Senior Groups of the OPS. Society For Girls, at St Barnabas Episcopal
with two county Federations, the helping with West Volusla Retarded Other reports by Mrs O. O. Church are making bd pads for tha cancer dressings project sponsored by the Cancer Society.
Brevard and Voluila County Children' School, supporting Owens "Overseas Pensions" for These pads are distributed free of charge to needy persons, through the Volusla County Stealth
Federation of Women's dubs, 20 a cottage of 36 womenat I full time workers In India, Sirs Department the visiting nurses and the County Nursing Home.
senior clubs and U Junior clubs. Sunland in Gainesville, helping Harry Carter talked on work In There la a never ending demand for the drawings and pads and the Cancer Society bas sought
Approximately 148 members attended Stetson University with a Japan, while Mrs. Elsa: S. Corning the aid of church and community organisation to meet the demand Two down pads were made by,
the meeting. Volusla County Art.tea scheduled Happy Birthday JacquelynLittle talked on Mexico and Korea the OFScr'a at a recent meeting.
Following a coffee presentedby for Nov. 1, and hostesses for the work Shown above working on the pads in the parish house at It Bsrnsbaa Episcopal Church are
the Palmetto dub Juniors the exhibit on Saturday and Sunday BuftlneM Meeting members of the senior OF3 from Bert, seated, Oall Goodwin. Latrlela Graham, Ann Chor eDlnt."
meeting was held using the afternoons throughout the Art Miss Jacquelyn Sue Meece. daughter'el the Rev.. and Mrs. Jerome Newman presidedat Miry Beth King, Leslie Peck, Linda Hodges, and Ruth Dally, Standing are leaders, Kathy: Kentner:
theme "Each One Reach One In month; staffing DeLand Christ Mrs. Bernard C. Meece. see W. Rich Ave. la celebrating her second the regular aoclety meeting and Wendy Roblnette.
mas Parade committee' dona today. The occasion Is being marked with
this Time for Believing Learning birthday anniversary following the luncheon. Mrs. --
and Doing." The state officers lion center and entering a floatIn I a family party at the home of her parents. Joining In the celebration Vandenberg received bags for

were presented and committee the parade; stalling registra with the birthday girl are her slater Judith Ann and Jeannln school children which are to betaken Home Nursing Pith Meat Voluila Defect Blamed

appointments were made. lion table at C.Ray units, and I Marie. to the United Church Wom ATLANTA AP) An Atlanta
Mrs. Robin Lenholt president of contributing to the scholarship en's World Community Day on hospital Records
man who said he could not obtain
the DeLand Junior Woman's fund u well as their community Nov a In DeBary Methodist Directors PlanLunch.lIcct
because of
work a speech
Cub was appointed to the com Improvement project. The First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Smith urged all Tae Hllv4ii| .more .rm Mi*
mlttee to the minutes. Juniors also participate In all Social Notes. members to attend the Christian Mill kupiitlt wire .*..1..* H Impediment has been charged
approve GFWC Junior and tae DeL.."* can H.w> .*.sy| with leading a three-sun robbery
project support
Workers
President Talk Training School for the
Mrs. Thomas Harrison! second all state projects. They Church WOC Hear DeLand District, starting Sun Fifth Memorial lane which terrorized
store her for five
emphasize 100 percent member and Comments day from 3 to 3 pm. and continuing grocery
ADMISSIONS:
of the FFWC,
vice president York
Mrt T. T. Foley E. New month" .
in voter registration
presented a talk entitled "Let's participation : through Thursday from be hostess to the Board Alfred' V. A. >Heller.> DeBary,
Ave. will time I went
anywhere
"Every
Mrs. pap smear, civil defense, Dr. Taylor SpeakDr. 7::to to I:20pm. at Trinity! Meth- The Tower; Rufus Moon, De-
Explosion
An
Have owning and displaying American ..Ift', away} Navin euu.t.t.M.rta.eln.r odlut Church. of Directors of the West Volusla people laughed at the way I
Frank Johnson state Junior director TIws .." .It,.. and Home Nursing Association, meetIng Leon' Springs, Unit I; Mrs. talk," Thomas Benjamin Car
flag, blood type on driver'alicense ... ... The will
Family night
.n.nst Sterna .f 1ft. suppers Charles
talked on "Dan to Be registration for Jury William Taylor, professorat ... ..'sus N...' ".an..... Went begin at 6:30 Wednesday Thundsy. A luncheon is being Brown 137V4 C. NewYork ter, 23, told police Monday
and emphasized doing .... p.m. Ave., Unit II; Miss Shirley
Square the .uNsa. sail Is p.r..n.l and the business
for others saluting flag, praying duty, chest X Ray. and polio Stetson University, was I...... .. Mild... Stunts. w.",.,,'. with a program following It wan planned of Ann Butterfleld. DeLeon
....... will be to Inaugurate a series
others frown upon Immunization. guest speaker at the general i5..05 Wt 714..1.If announced. Each Is asked to takea Springs Unit U; Mrs. JosephA.
though
even calendar parties to raise funds
you. Mrs. Albert Huth first Following the business meetIng meeting of the Women of the covered dish of cooked food Association Currier Orange dry, Unit II; % tuned
for the
a buffet luncheon was served ,*. Maynard MeNly, and their own table service.
vice FFWC. spoke on"What's Mrs. Lewi Faulktnghant, T23 E.
president Presbyterian
First
Church Twelve representing On Your
at the hotel dining; room. Duringthe chairman of the American Home The cancer dressings projectwill guests I New York Ave, Ualt H. 6
New.
luncheon the nominating Church. The group met yesterday Department of the DeLand Wom be la Trinity Methodist sack month of the year are to DISCHARGES Money

Following the Senior dub reports committee was elected. in Fellowship HaU. an's dub was in Daytona yes Church from 10 a m. till :2pm. arrange a party inviting seven Mr*. Arthur Edmunds, TM W
Mark Emmel president each of
Mrs. Other delegates for the JWC terday attending the District Nov. 13. Take a sandwich for guests covering day
Dr. a monologueon Rich Ave. Mrs. Belle<< Jordan,
Taylor i
gave
of the FFWC, talked on and these are
Mrs. Mel Ott and Mr*. of the Florida Federation the week seven
were meeting lunch and sewing equipment.It .
and Included entitled 3.10 S. Msssachusetts Ave.; Mrs. ....
"Reach For The Stars "Stewardship" each to Invite four representingeach
8"
Sullivan.Democratic
Barbara of Women's dub held at was announced the executive laude Van Hook DeLand. ?
all federation departments week In the month. 4OSSS
"Flashlight. the Plaza Hotel. committee will meet Nov.
WV Memorial
In her comment. Ash chairman on :2 at I 30 a, In the The Inuchenn Thursday win beat I .
Women Mr*. Hugh Six members of the Intermediate m. Rosemary until I CROFT BONt
JWC Report faith, showed a film on Girls Northsld Room. U.30: pm.continuing
to
personal Auxiliary Mr and Mrs. David M. deft
Mrs. Lenholt gave a two- Host Coffee BreaksCoffee Stewardship and explained the Baptist Church attended the annual Program Given 2 p mn. during which Volusla time County Dr. log S. Blue Lake Ave, are the
minute talk on the projects and Go and The Charlotte Clover Circlewas D. V. Galloway,
way to share the Gospel; GA House Party at Gainesville Health\ Officer, will talk and parent of a one weighing six
breaks for Democratic teach the mission of the church. recently. Service were heldIn In charge of the program show colored slides. Dr Gal pounds IS ounces, bora at 11:JO I Willa Jean's .
REMEMBER
Mr*. E. C. Lee chairman of the Flnt Baptist Church at The subject was The New Purpose "Ancient MenIn a.m., Oct. 3(1.(
candidates and friend begin today loway will talk on
GAS DOES R BEST circle two, gave the devotion. Gainesville. Those attendingwere In a Changing Age, by ADMHfllONSlMr
OftEEN'S rCEL: Does It Fee Use the at Democratic of the headquarters Boulevard The budget for the new year Mary Dale Campbell Barbara Mrs. J, W. Hsrtsock. "New Roles Southern France. Grace Bennett, Seville! Hair Styling Salon
(Ads) on corner was read and accepted duringthe and Mary Ann Carter for Christian Women" was givenby Miss Geraldine V. Jones, DeLean sn4
and Indiana Ave. Sponsored by business session.It Sandra Wright Connie day and Mrs. Percy Ha/en. Mrs. William Hums9 Donations Springs; Robert Criggs Orange
the Democratic Women's Club,
DccyaCosmetic
Whitman used as her subject
was announced the annual Janelle Btorle. They were accompanied Oty.DWCHARGnil.
coffee will be served each day, of the Needlework by their counselor 'Tender Spots :
King's Beauty Shop Ingathering Total $320,757TA.u.AlIWn Studio
all day until election .
continuing Guild will be at 2 p.m. Thurs- M"". Mat Christian and !Mrs. Mrs Myron Baker attended Miss Carol Ann Andrews,
11SV4 N. Blvd. W-T46S(Atav* Zala's1Psi day. Chairman In charge (If coffee day. Children will model some William raises! GA director. sessions of the United Nations Route two; Carl F. Ogle, Enterprise OtM S Bays A Wkt
arrangements, la Mrs. Fred of the clothes. A tea will follow. t this summer and gave an Informative AP-Conrrl-( ; Mrs. Jack Nation and Infant ,..",IM I* As "IMrJ'.'''
SPECIAL! $ Manclnlk. Hostess today I II Mr. World Community Day Approximately 24 memberslf talk on the UN She gave button to the governorship campaign son, 1113 N. Alabama Ave. lie B. hiss' Ave, P.*. ,...7711
5 Phil DeBerard Mrs. Virgil San. World Day will be the American Home Departmentof the meaning of letters wed' In of Hsydon Burns climbedto '
$10 WAVE den and Mrs. Ruth malt Wednesday Community the Woman' Club attended a the special agencies of the United
Nov. I at 9:30 a.m. at the Community HJO.TST this week a* be reported CoIIrgca rropoaeilJAc7G10NVBLIZ -
4 OperatorsNe Mrs. Fred Wailer covered
; dish supper and Halloween Nation and explained their : .
Methodist Church, De receivingfO.Kt.
Appointment NecessarySHAMPOO Thursday: Mrs. Sanders and Party at the clubhouse work. AP) Two -

& SET ...... $UD Mrs Dorothy Bennett, Friday; Bary. the Congregational Mr*. LMI|- Neriaasl was chairman She lave the meaning of the The financial report, filed with JeW luster college were proposed The
I announced
Mrs. John E. Johns, Monday Also was of the event and lire. Rwt- following letters) WHO World Secretary of State Tom Adm, and a JsaslhUJty study
Dinner planned for sell fiela and Mr. ItUUanj Health Organisation; FAO. Food also ahowed that the Democratic started ,.". oterc/g .
was !) possible third
630pm.: Nov. 11. nominee spent .17,373 last week,
Carter were hostesses. and Agriculture Organization i
by the Stile Junior
Mr. Glen W. Raffeiwperger a ILO, International Labor Organi pushing his general election\ College
WE'REAs delegate, reported on the annual Sir and Mr*. Herbert Meek campaign total to tm.I05.CltsrlOi Board Monday c
ration; UNESCO, United Nations
held IiIr, and had their The board placed I. priority meeting of the Presbytery family as ;
Educational: Scientific and Cultural Holley, Republican
Junior colleges ought by Leon- fair hop
recently at Daytona Beach. The houseguesta last weekend Joe Organization; UNICEF nominee for governor, reportedthat .,
Wakulla counties and
YOURPHONE John Scholarship was award. Meek of Houston Texas Highlands-
NEAR AS St.
Is a sub agency of UNESCOand he spent ".291 lot week llardee
countiesTb board
ed. Mrs. John R. Vereen report' Mr. and !Mr*. R N. Rankal of children ef the local churches for a total of ttft.SH. H* said he education in Tallahassee* will receive of 105 Nerds ft*** Strut .

ed' members who are sick Camphor Lane Is spending a few will be collecting funds for received 11,4(1 for a total $e9,' the recommendation and if ,.... 734472
and asked for praye" for them.Special I
this work on Halloween; BANK, Mil
days at Del Monte Lodge, Pebble
the
approved will
Prayer oa I Christian propose, |o
Bank for Reconstruction and Devebpmenti Drum
Beach. Calif. Candidate to .
Transmits by Mrs. George Whiteof are required report to the ISIS( Leglslstur .
1FC International
weekly where their money The board called for feailblllty !. !
OFFE3INOComplete Orlando was read. Dr. "' llsm C Lm, son of Mr Finance Corporation; FUND, International I Linger
indwhere
Mr. A. M. Homer spoke on and Mr. R. E. 1>s, Is now associated Monetary Fund; 1CAO. came from how much study en locating a Junior Sportswear
It went .
the "Every Member CanvIIII" with hen Eytdl r., International Civil Aviation college la Alschua Bradford
Appliance 15. Those not present SttUtMHi and The Republican candidate for count!**. H"- "
to be Nov. Rower. Orlando, la Organization; ITU, International ( Sryllaft :
at service on Pledge Sunday will general practice of optometryand Telecommunication Union; WMO the Senate. laude Kirk, reported -If you are braising leeks to i

be visited. contact lenses World Meterologlcal Organization that he spent U.W last week serve at a vegetable with meat Wrkl 6H Prkea"be
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REPAIRS and SERVICE ; trni. Universal Postal Un.In for total of I32.2M. II. said he
or fish, remove every bit of the
Gamma la a atory published recently received "',102 la donation fora
Epsilon Chapter, *; IAEA International Atomic
green part that la I tough.
0. Mist AD Ire1l4. regarding the pledge of the Tri ",m total.WiriltJ I
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REASONABLE PRICES -All WORK GUARANTIED Member of the EpsOon Gem MM Nixes, Norfolk, Va, was lion

Epsilon Sigma Alpha erroneously omitted. The hub is the general
"W. An Not ScthlM (feists Ys* Are ma Chapter assembly
attended a Halloween Hoe- Mr. ami Mr. R. M. Borne. and the parts are Security Will riamliit

dowa recently at McGregor have returned to their home on Council International Court t Ikilr But a smart Santa .
(D APPLIANCES INC. Ranch. A hay-ride followed a W. Rich Ave., after spending Economic and Social Council,
&
0tII covered dish supper a few day at tile home of her Trusteeship and Secretariat
s Those attending were Dick brother and sister.In-law, !Mr. Mrs Baker was part ol a join Barnett's 1965
and Beverly Gentzllnger. Mary a4 Mr. BjsJ Day Immokalee.A seminar at the church: center of
Wilt New Trl An.(Oppslte, Wntgsi.Sbeppteg and Pete
k and Elmer lull Ruth joint birthday celebration the United Nations.
Caster) ..... 7)4-9400 J Inn. Glnnle and BID Oltlflger, end dinner was held at the Log Christmas Club now!

Barbara and John Rano. Bill Cabin recently, honoring SandraEU CC Board Mettt

and Claudia Richardson. Bottle : a. and Mickey Aim.Those make New Year's 1968
Members of ,
and Pet Peterson. Madeline the Executive
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prestat were Mr*. Mlrkey Antes,
Stoudentii aid Alice Dagger. Mr. and Mr*. Baywergidane, Board of the Garden auk! D*> fcPP7 ud bUMml! 1
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Mr.
Mr dale Aleae,
.la the Florida Power '
I RaaJy and Cheek Aleae,ley E14- Lounge. << w
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BEAUTY NEED detignte..Ii. your gift.fund .

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other to himself In continual HIM Mf. Christmas msrryl

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Home-State Issues Before Voters
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organize the American Legionla Board, War Assets Admlnlatra-
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WASHINGTON (AP Vol.i proposition which would permita ments One would authorize I leztelarures. a big Item In the
i In 40 states win ballot next person to sell lease or rent state.franchlsed, privately operated 1962 election\ goes to the votersin C
elthy on home state Issues property to any person he lotteries while the other only two states Florida and REElECTKATHERINE
rllIZ from housing dtoertmi- chooses would prohibit privately operated New Hampshire and la Florida .
n to capital punishment. Gov. Edmund G. Brown and lotteries. If both pass, the the question may be moot in L12
--Up for decision are 253 pro- other state leaders oppose the one with the highest number,of light of U.S. Supreme Court
I polled state laws or constitution amendment and the so-called votes wins decisions on the subject
, al amendment fair housing law which prohibits In Arkansas the question U Massachusetts voters will
racial discrimination in real whether to legalize the ,am. decide whether to raise thegovernors :
which The spotlight would prohibit U on a the proposal CallSffnia estate transactions. blind casinos In Hot Springs, term from two yearsto Seed
j Neither President Johnson nor Ark, which have operated oft four Voters In Illinois, Mary.
Legislature from barring Sen, Barry Goldwater has taken and on In the past outside the land, Massachunetta New Mexico .
crimination In real estatet&ei
a stand on the matter but some Jaw and Oklahoma will vote
It did In law enacted on
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I lift Some observers think political observers think a big In Montana the proposal the questions! of legislators'' pay ODHAM1
the year turnout In favor of the proposal would prohibit them from barring and length of legislative sea
proposal might play a role would help Goldwater, the Republican gambling. Washington dons CATCHING THE WIND-This novel hat WM one of several \1
In determining' who jets theMate nominee voters are being asked to legalize shown at a winter fashion show in Rovanlemi, Finland capital .
40 electoral In The only question In MichiganIs
a votes the
Gambling proposals of some bingo. of the Finnish LappUnd. The hat fa shaped with four YOUR
proposed adoption of the
residential election.CALWOItNIA
{ sort art on the ballot In four OREGON ISSUE called so- elongated peaks which spread apart when caught by the,,
w ISSUE stated ... California, Washington Oregon voters will decide Massachusetts .ballot wind. It was inspired by a native Lapp headdrell.Ne'cr .
which would make
split ticket
""Real estate Interest and oth'ft Montana and Arkansas. whether to abolish capital punishment voting easier.Voting SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION '
groups are leading the fight California voters have a In their date.Reapportionment .
p for approval of the California choice between two amend of ..talln.rlllill law change are up for Too Old. The cars collided and LueRutz
: decision in Connecticut and had to come to a hearing Mon TOLCSIA COUNTY
Hawaii while Kansas and North day In the Court of General
Gillupy, Jr., M.D. Dakota voter will decide on WASHINGTON (APAtT) Sessions. MY RECORD OF SERVICE:
BUY Peter M Lu.eRut has discovered
foul M. ted, Jr., M.D., proposals to abolish peraonaIpropl'rIy "I thought I had room to
that even 80'yean experience e 1 Tears 11 Deputy Clerk. I I 1'.ar. at Chief Deputy Clerk.
taxes certain
Cilbirt A.'Mlrtl.., Jr., M.D. on. ,possessions Is not an Infallible teacher make the turn," LueRutz testified. .
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Teen TOCE
Chief Assistant Corpora. Bnperrbor rUtrttloa.New
: MAYTAG end Among the bond Issue tip for So now he 1* heading for traf ties Counsel Clark King decided
approval' are one for $200 million lie school New Serving Second Term as State rrealdeatf
Willis 6. Slen, M.D. some schooling was in order
for roads In West Virginia Sixty years ago LueRutz first and LueRutz agreed to go to ScperTiion Ann.
AT ORTHOPAEDIC GROUP and $100 million for school In drove a car a two.cylinder traffic school."He's e Working Member .( Florida Interim Election Laws. iliad,
announce the opening of an office at:. North Carolina Oldimoblle H. took It over the without doubt the oldest Committee.
FRIERSON'SONTNEtOUUVMD I Michigan roads In 1904 at three ever to go" King said.
12J East Indians Arcane celebrated Bayeux miles an hour He has been For Continued Efficient sail Noa-rartiua rrelectloa *t
DeUnd, Florida tapestry depicts the Invasion. driving ever since:; First American mother to vote Tear Vetfnr Kljbti. .
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for the ,rtttlce ef Orthopaedic anrgery and conquest of England by Earlier,jhls month LueRutz for her son for the US. presidency *
Ill N. IW. PIMM tl t-277J Office Boars 'br Appointment Phone 1U-M01 William the Conqueror of swung In front of another car was, Sara Delano Roosevelt (Politic Ad". Paid for br Katherine I. Odham)
Normandy and tried to make a right turn. In 1932.

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Battered ByHumphrey -, N7 ,A91 1 Terror Plays Big Role In Viet Nam WarfareSAIGON I



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r.. ; South Viet Nam doth I t. placed over the face of released Thii ll repeated until Chances of surviving field

'AP> Terror and counter- the prisoner and water I I. he talk*. Interrogation are often extremely

terror persistent themes of I poured over the doth tending to A* in Innovation on this operation poor. Death can com for
i auHorat the man. Jwt before one of the prisoners wit
?' d Vietnamese political and military he lose consciousness, he I I. lowered head first Into a waterpot prisoner under t the track of
NtW YORK AP) Sen. I history for many centuries, ""tllllil hand bound. armored vehicles by decapitation

Hubert H. Humphrey charged I 1 continue to play a dominant rolein I In the mouth of one of the or by bleeding to death
today that Sen. Gold- Oriental
Barry
the Increasingly bloody war Fly prisoners Ranger found a little after both hand have been
water has mad "tasteless
per rating now.Terror bag containing several human off
chopped or by a bullet
lonal attacki"
President
on 1 II used for Interroga-
teeth carved with Buddhist
Johnson and has launched "a | the. aa propaganda, a* punish1 SJllrsctioll symbol\ Under questioning, the through the head.
tystematte campaign to degrade 1 ment and a* re\enge Neitherthe I } man said the teeth had belonged It I II all part of the war la

almost every aspect of Viet Cong nor Saigon government to hat grandmother, and were South Viet Nam.
American life" t force have any monopoly WASHINGTON API) Capture supposed to protect him from

"The Goldwaterites," said I rl on Its use. of a slngl male oriental fruit death. Attack Is Fatal

Humphrey In remarks prepared Terror strike In many form I fly has prompted an intensive Another prisoner was roundedup I
for a meeting of Democratic A month ago It cam to a battalion trapping operation In a 75 and eight old villagers sittingon ROME (AP Francesco

workers, "spread doubt and of Vietnamese Ranger square mil area around St. a log watched quietly while I Maria Domlnedo, 11, who represented
suspicion about our govern caught: in an ambush near the Petersburg Fla.. to determine the four young men were tor, Italy In the United Nations
ment. They scold our youth, He.Mekong River delta town of Call whether the pest of fruit and tured. Later, the prisoners were the European Council and

vtllify our cities and show a I vegetable might become established taken to th* operation command the European Coal and Steel!
cynical disregard! of our elder. HIDDEN IX PAGODA In the United States.Th post by helicopter for further Community died Monday of I
]y." A Viet Cong unit concealed In single capture was mad questioning.\ They were lucky heart attack.
D.SILT SEEN 11 y .t -'- a Buddhist pagoda opened fire In on* et the traps used In a
ec' u" ::1 on the government unit, killing continuous' survey of Florida asa
To the added !
Goldwaterite,1
10 Rangers including an American protective measure to guardagainst
the Democratic vice presl- "t sergeant: advising them. : the Mediterranean fruit Plaza
..... College Laundry
dental candidate "America Is
A few days ago the name fly and other fruit file that
lick and tired. What aa Insult to Ranger unit back for would threaten,
was an tropical area of
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PlysMvrii cad. Nirtk vlivirt!
PONY EXPRESS DAYS Volusia
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Sheriff
this great country! County Rodney Thursday right is operation at the name place the nation.
Humphrey addresses a get- shown handing a saddle bag to Ralph Tatum of the West Volusia Saddle Club late spoiling for revenge The oriental fruit fly never 20.lb.

out.the.vote appeal to the workers Saturday in front of the county courthou se. In the bag was a proclamation for the The pagoda was deserted but has been known to have become Wash . . e. 3S'12dbe

after a ,etoutthedollanappeal Sandspurs Riding Club of New Smyrna Beach to stage their two-day horse show. three likely looking suspects, all established In the western hem Wash '
to the Presidents dub Looking on is Dr. William Yanosy president of the WYSC Eight local riders rode a of them Vietnamese of Cambodian sphere. . . . 25

an organization. of party con : .mile each then eight riders from Daytona Beach took over' and the final eight miles extraction happened to be It I II a destructive pest ol Dryers 10 Minutes 10'
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tributors.. were covered by New Smyrna Beach riders. (Sun News Photo by Bishop) In the area. The Ranger picked fruit wherever It occur In
them Hawaii various Pacific Islands
Humphrey turned l his campaign up.Their OPEN 7 A.M. TO 18 P.M. WEEKDAYS
arm tied behind their and Southeast Asia It attack
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to New York fojr the
third time after delivering LEAVE GUANT ANA.UO$ backs, the three men were given more than :IflO: crop, Including SUNDAYS ,7 A.M. TO I P.M.S .

his attack the "water treatment". A fruits and loft vegetable.
perhaps sharpen on
JACOBY
Goldwater the COP preslden .
tlal candidate In a University of I
Wisconsin speech that his aide: Many U.S. Families Gone
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Hoarse JOICE from weeks H04RSE of speech. Since Cuba WaterCrisisWASHINGTON By OSWALD JACOIY Nothing gets around like a goblin withCHEVRON
ea and now and then forced to Ky,ian> latcTfrts* Lan
talk over the blare of a Gold-
water fan'a horn Humphrey
charged "the logical consequence KOITtt IT
of Goldwaterlsm are AP) Nearly To mV the base Independentof AKIISVAJ10IT

only too clear. half the American women outside water sources, the

'If we were to do as he bid( and children living at Guantanamo government ordered construction 4AJ ..,
as, we would find ourselves when Cuba shut oft the : of three plants for convertIng .1 *

eventually war all over the naval base water supply last salt water to fresh with a WlSZUfO t
globe war fought with nuclear winter have returned to the dally output of 2.2 million gal A 10 AJITtVKIJ

weapons in Eastern Eu United State, the Navy report. lons. VQI4MS

rope escalated war In Southeast ed today. Two of the'thre plant hi\'* + '.4 41014 1011AKJI31

Asia, war against Cuba, war In The US. family population of "been finished and are producing
Berlin." Guantanamo totaled 1.747 as of 1.5 million gallons a day, the 80UTR (D)

Oct. 1. Last February it stood at Navy said The third plant Is on AAQ4J .
2,994. All dependent are expected schedule and due to bl In bust- VII
'Dimes' ChildIs to be gone by February ness In mid.December. *. KQTIQIT

1966. As a result. Navy tanker No GIll vulnerable .the LIVELIER gasolines!
GRADUAL REMOVALGradual which had been shuttling back felt WM N.Ea" .
IntroducedNEW removal ot dependent and forth between Florida and
14 1 SV Past
of American naval and the Guantanamo has for seven Pas
1A 4 N.T. Pails
civilian personnel was ordered months hive been relieved
YORK (AP) A 4 4 1'11I' PutPaa
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Feb. 11 u one of a number of ONE VBAR TOt R.1 Pas

year from old Denver blue Colo.eyed, was charmer Introduced measures designed to make the Families leave the base ** Opening\ lea-*x:. Even your car teems to iwfaf' '
base self'sufficient. their menfolk finish t1V.year "I"
Monday* u the March of Several days earlier Fidel I tour periods.\ New men are sent Unto the plrit ot fay occaabm: to'., t r' ',
Dimes child for 1965.: She pointed 1 to Guantanamo on one- One of the most. difficult .11I ,' ,
Castro shut off Cuantanamoafresh year
a crutch at photographers water source In retaliationfor tour, without their ,wives and points of bidding for the player j Wbe11yOfAnDPWithchenO4,, rus {
and cried "Bang!" who want la Into the .'. !
move
U.S. seizure of torn Cuban children.Th The new tn** WnMiotf; | r ) '
From time to time u she expert class 1* the "reven', .
fishermen who had strayed Into military population of the juels-eo tight for Dixie'i pulainf CN ,, "
posed with a wide smile Mlchaelln Aml'rtcanwaten.. Lea than base I II 4m men, plus 134 US. bid ,. ; paca .
(Mickey! ) Lea Helnlck month later Castro offered to a civilian workers. AI Morehead points out that"reverse" s day! Your choice) of three great Chevron J;, "
turned her rifle -
'crutch toward bid 1
turn the water bark on but the To keep moral from slipping the gaming of Each with IwtUer
the crowd and picked off another a new suit which make It '&i gasoline. packed per. w I'1ormance.
United State spurned that offer. the Navy said it U expected that
photographer or reporter married men sent to the base Imposulhle for partner to go ,..lonMrunnlni e<:oIlOID1.Whatever -
with a "Bana,: !" back to your first suit at the
The sparkling, brown haired without their families "will be lowest possible level Thus lathe you drive,there'f a Chevron that offer
able to return to the States
, little girl was chosen to symbol during their tour for leave."once partnership sequence-on* mat for your' money Besidct, In Chevron'
ize the quarter.million children club, one heart !two dla "
born each year with serious Television "Extensive plan are In the mond_the opening' bidder has '' and Chevron Supreme you get J/rtAyCtha

physical defects. Mickey' ail mill for Christmas leave," the reversed sine he has mad It I -stv different antiknock compound that helps
ment at the time of her birth in I Navy said. "Single men will Impossible for the hand to play <**"-
St. Anthony' Hospital at Denver Programs also be given .leave In th. State at two club. I ft"' : develop all the power built into your car.

was an open spine known or In Jamaica." The bidding of today1 hand '&' : Stop at Standard. Co /lively with Chevron! .
medically as spins blflda. She The number of Cuban worker Illustrate a typical mlsunder- I'' .
underwent surgery when she sorrows NOTES coming onto the has each day standing of Just what a reverse r.
was three day old but the out P.....'" (M.rmeh.n" I. .... .. and returning horn to Castro bid I II and Isn't North misunderstood I. .
look was that she would never ky nsnt th*. itititnl Tit* Sun an0 Nwi Is r I*ub nee)..t r*t* territory at night has been reduced but his unfortunate : Wa take bstfsr CSf8 of your csr
itand or walk. ...eobt. I..n.rame thit if *.t by about two-third from partner had to shays the lost .
Today, however, Mickey was *..h... U the ..MdeSI hte' k.lw.auuvn the 1.800 total at the time of the with him.

an agile Imp on her crutches water cutoff. There was nothing wrong with

and wearing leg brace and.. WESH-TV, Chsniiol. t.Drt 1IaBo.ell The Navy said betweea 500 South' diamond opening or STANDARD

pelvic band She brought along Channel Orlan4WDKOTT. C Or1sn4WLOrTV <<. and 800 Cuban worker com with North's bid of two hearts ;
her two dolls, Tim and Tammy Chsiiii (. OrUad through th*'gat on an average after West over called two .4
Basil O'Connor, president of work day. Another 100 or so live clubs but the two-heart bid put ," .
the National Foundation Marchof TUKOAV IVtNINUS on the base and never cross' pressur. on South.
i Well.
( Pureetat
Dimes announced Mickey's : ) Mann. GorlUaIt hark Into Cuba.'Bonanza'. H* had to find some retold and
selection u the poster girl and MN. HuntS be mad the cheapest possible
!l Iii 0r.utnt aeadun.a
presented her to a new conference t.M 111 can of two spades.\ This sent
at the Hotel Astor tit t''T. ...>*r Bated North Into orbit. H* bid four .
(:" 1:1 :xwi.
tot N... no-trump to ask for ace and
Bucharest Romania, often Is It >Ii.... Favorite ProgramNEW after South showed on* ace, kv"r' ; _
called the "XJttl Parse ot the tl e'ae. it) Aia.fiinn. North contracted for the spade
lit M Sqi| 4 ..
Balkans" Its l'U M YORK AP) NBC lam.. .
'.It tit) Mr. >;**ik Poor had I / '
South lose
to on : :
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tat Ol.tt.rya rw$. 'Bnaanza" I Is the nation'\ most 1-
lot (""....... popular television program club and on. heart and when
S.1* II) Th. Mil Teem C,W C,L.E. spadee failed to break .. wt
FAMilY NIGHT tot Th. K.4 Sk.lt.. (h.v followed by two new ..bABC' -.. down
sat MtHllM aaey "Bewitched.- CBS' two. .
e ea. |t> The TrmnaSI North said. "Partner! How 0).,
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Irtty: i nmkHrt ('_0II1t1.. could
P M III That Hi th* n*.k cording to national audience you revert with a mini
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Wednesday Night 11:" tit 1'11'. ("..,,..,.n and re'. mad public today. Ot coarse South had not reversed. }
............ North' two-heart M Gey"'A r N r' '1 wn
Al 111 ft. ft-ref". tIe Jr_ The report covering two had shut out two diamond' .
.t, rqlu.. week ending Oct 11. was Mud-
South' !wft.lpede bid
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lee Xm led with special Interest becaus the lowest bid h* could r
Harfung'sHJw !", *tn. Xtf tt showed' that ABC, trailing hi snake and .
11:11 10 .._. merely showed four
aloe (t> T".thl. audience popularity la recent spade In addition to his diamond

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t NETWORKS' RESPONSIBILITY CITED r.b r. I Pl S BEUKD (FtOHDA SUN NEWS TUESDAY. OCTOBER 17,1JM 60-Year Ministry

WIDENER Ark. (API) SI*
ty yean in the Southern Baptist .
COP Y.P. NOMINEE CAMPAIGNS
was commemoratedby
ministry
TV Called One Cause'Of Rev. T. R. Hammons at an
at Burnt
observance his honor
Cane Baptist Church here.
Miller Flails Johnson The year-old preacher has

Juvenile served aa pastor of 82 churches
DelinquencyWASHINGTON e to I during that time and has bap-
teed more than 8,000 persons.

Over Baker JenkinsNEW Monday in Georgia. Florida and

(AP) A "the adoption and updating of Louisiana and ended the day at
Senate subcommittee contended their television code of good I a $25-plate dinner sponsored
today that televised crime and practice which Is administeredby In New Orleans by Democrat
violence Ia I a direct cause the National Association of t : ORLEANS, La. (AP) this Impractical and no alternate for Goldwater. !
though not the only one of Broadcasters." Hammering on what be cam site was available. The dinner was attended by 2,- I
Juvenile delinquency.In But It noted that association I President! Johnson' "distorted, Miller said In a statement 000 persons, who filled two large
an Interim report, the aub/ with the cod: I II only voluntaryand ,1 )",, incredible view of morality," Monday night that Johnson had hotel dining rooms.
committee Bald: that the seal of good prac- Republican vice presidential "actually tried to downgrade Head table guests Included
"On the bull of expert testl- tic* "ha never been withdrawn nominee William E. Miller the significance of the Bobby Leander Perez Sr., a Louisiana
mony and Impressive research because of an Infringement of ; turned his final campaign thrust Baker case and the Walter I Democrat and outspoken segre
evidence, a relationship haa the code with regard to program y toward the Midwest today. Jenkins arrest by Implying that :, ration lat. .
been conclusively established content." Th campaign plane bad their improprieties and mistakes Miller made separate ..peech.e.
between televised crime and Champaign, EL, and Detroit on were somehow the almost to the diners In both of the
violence and antlaorlal attitudes Its landing schedule. A stop at Inevitable backwash any administration large rooms. In each, he
I and behavior among Juvenile News FromWashington St. Louis was canceled due to must face." pressed his basic campaign
, viewers" rains. The statement was Issued In theme that, under a Democratic
CHIEF RESPONSIBILITYBut Miner aide said he bad New Orleans, the final stop on a administration, corruption had
It tempered Its comments re planned to speak at the St. Miner swing through the South flourished at home and the na
by stating that It did "not believe Charles Fairground near St. Monday. tion's security had been weak-
that television II either the Louis, but the weather made Miller hammered at Johnson ened.

sole or moat significant cause of ...
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Juvenile delinquency. WASHINGTON (AP) The
Sen. Thomas J, Dodd D. Public Health Service reported
Conn? chairman of the aubcom. slight Increases Monday In the
mlttee to Investigate Juvenile radioactivity of the air over ,

,I delinquency, said that the findIngs seven states.These :
art significant beeault"eech Increases, the PHS BOBSTRICKLAND
day more than :23 million said, were "consistent with the
children 12 and under look at recent Chinese nuclear testing." .
television," spending "on the The PHS said the Increases, 0 Af.I
average more time watching recorded In Hawaii, Alaska
, television! than they do In either Washington, Oregon, Montana, 1 I ,
I I school or church." South Dakota and Wyoming, '

At the subcommittee's moat were far below what the government .
recent hearings, the report added consider a dangerous C ""
network representatives level. BEST QUALIFIED ,
"were now prepared to admit, kL:
In very general terms that WASHINGTON (AP) For o. FOR DISTRICT 3 COUNTYCOMMISSIONER
there was some kind of relation. the first time, the United State
; ship between televised violenceand I III about to exchange Fulbrlght
the molding of children's. scholars. with a Communist
attitudes and behavior" nation.
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REMARKS TEMPEREDThe On Nov. 9, the United States Is THE BARREL Helen (Democratic Candidate)
AROUND Miller of the West Volusia Saddle Club Is
subcommittee said "pri expected to sign a treaty
mary responsibility for the pre. the program with settingup YugoSlav shown concentrating on getting Cid's Kid to swing around the lead barrel in the Clov-

1: veiling policy, which feature. c. About 50 scholan wouldbe erleaf barrel race last Sunday at the NeW Smyrna Beach horse show. She was the
1 excessive crime and violence, exchanged under the treaty lone entry from her club and picked up a fourth place ribbon for her effort A of
I I rests with the three major net beginning next school year, ssures you

s I work.networks For have It Is the clear key that voice the in WASHINGTON (AP) The Burns Backs Police ReportJACKSONVILLE Hurled 65 Feet Desirable Industrial Development

determining programming content US. Tax Court has ruled that ATLANTA (AP) A suburban Consrrailv Economical Practices '
throughout the nation" Undersecretary of Commerce (AP-Msyor accord with the report, or I Atlanta man was burled 65
It said the networks !have Franklin D Roosevelt Jr must
Haydon Burns, Democratic nom wouldn't bave recommended the feet across an intersection ontoa
shown their concern with pay taxes on the $11.615 be received he is In lawn after his
toes for governor, says motorcycleshuck
Burns said
"h e a I thy programming" by from the author of the survey, Monday. Sound
Common Sense too
accord :with a police department ''Th'wu' a atudy of administration an auto. Application
play, "Sunrise at Campobello.
Roosevelt had argued that theplay survey which has become a and financial aspects, not I Police said James T. Wallace, Governmental Principles
campaign issue. an investigation Of the depart 24, of suburban College Park
I '-':. { '!;;?! ::.i.:::' his, based tat her,on President the early Franklin careerof The survey, by the International ment." suffered a fractured leg and Planning -Zoning -Fiscal Policies

!tJ D. Roosevelt, bad Invaded his Association of Chiefs in the of The report said the department other injuries Monday but wa
found Inefficiency
Police, In
satisfactory condition at
la reasonably financed a
j privacy and that the be
I I't money department The 400-pag* report ho pl tal.
't COLBtUcnoum1: received It. wa compensation for was financed by the city and staffed perform and equipped its mission to successfully but Patrolman H. H. Russell said Knowledge of Governmental Management

mad public Oct. 22. lacks capable administration."One he measured the distance Wallace -
Bums' Republican opponent, traveled 8 Yoars Continuous Service is
3RUPTURE through the air at
j! wRUS WASHINGTON (AP) The of St Peters.burg of the major flaw of
Charles Hoary 65 feet. Ormond Beach City Commissioner
Office of Education announced the Jacksonville police Is that it I
COMFORT, laid criticism In the report
', M.. |.,|y nlnclt, Mtxl.ul tvn4MtMtrt today It la launching a study to at the door of Burns, who fuse politics and administration ;
help If w..c>ii>4 ,.11.' find out why there la a national commissioner."X ," the report said. "For police PULL LEVER 8 A
..4 Mintot tot IMM ...__.. fri. 1* also police :1
*
fx*. ,..1.d If. Our. N. IIHInf ,.. shortage of qualified teachers. have no Intention of debating to work under such elreumj.tanc. 't
tnllW c..), ...h.bl.' ,*> r...elkl.. Dr. Harold Walter Stoke .., Integrity and Impartiality
,
....,...lMr.*It N||.|K,III.II tmkl, the report because I'm In p.@I. a l a I
retiring president ot.New York In administering criminal MORE FOR YOUR TAX DOLLAR!
Volusia City's Queens College, will help of professional education personnel Ju.tlce must suffer," said the re ALKER
Pharmacy I with the task. He will direct \ it the elementary, secondary !. port mad by A. Everett Leonard swum*iwuiiAhin
.
P. AW. pie ky Il.bwt L. llrleklin
121 N. blvd DeLaad, Fla. studies of requirements for and higher education of the Field Service Division BTni*. rtM TSMSM
"supply of and characteristics: level" i of the association.

LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICEPursuant

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to the provisions of Chapter 101.41, Florida Statutes d-bhcalion in hereby made of the sample ballot concerning the General Election to

be held In Volusia County, Florida on Tuesday November 3, 1964.
S. ODHAMSupervisor

of Registration

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Survival In GOP Defeat SOME FMSC\ Ban'dlIs COUNTY OFFICE REPORTS I .>.


, AREAS Praised OLDJASHWED. POLITICKING .

Seen For Conservatives STILL DRY .t Home Demonstration seeks


Showers sprinkled scattered By President Lady Bird Drops In
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p WASHINGTON (AP) With Vermont and Hugh Scott ftf today but generally dry DeLsnd' Florida Military I I Nov 1 \In the date let for all Whit If yea rant pay? Or pay
tile) election a week, away, Republican Pennsylvania U the latter can weather prevailed In'mOlt School and CoDeg Bark: Knight Home Demonstration CUba In ahead? Know' whom' you make
\ strategists BOW believe breast an indicated tide for! areas. Marching Band received "f I the county to change, their name. all payments to. What are sell- On Courthouse
conservative GOP senatorial President Johnson in that state, The shower! activity was first Presidential commendatfenMonday The new name wtll be VWusIa er'a commitment for maintenance Rally
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candidates might have a better would bit counted on to bulwark reported along the southeast at the conclusion ot it* County Extension Homemakert' service or ....p.llrem'ntTJe
chance than liberals of surviving the moderate ciuse. Florida coast easternTexas performance in O Undo In honor Clubs You may call them Homemakers sure you get a copy of contract
, western Louisiana, c>( President Lyndon B. John Clubs. This change U to Veep
a presidential contest defeat
for Sea. Barry Goldwater But in seven other state parts of the middle Mississippi ion. being mad over the entire slat Borrowing mow'f Ask before JOHNSON TTY Tn. (API rearing yCs and cheers la the
t where Republican! believe they Valley and In How much cash After hard day of stumping
A member of the President's and will update. our name to better you sign Lamar Stat Technological! Col-
Any such outcome would be have a chance of electing their Maine. Fairly heavy rain personal staff delivered! the Presdenf describe our purpose and activities : you will actually get? What I II acrosa TI..* for her husband leg gym at Beaumont when
likely to alow down the efforts of the nominees
(candidates are bit In northeastern What Lady Bird Johnson couldn't
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message to the \ >>- homemaken.Many
10.000 la to tiltPr..ldllnt'a
COP moderate to bring about generally regarded ai conservatives. Oklahoma and southwestern On behalf of President homemakers believe If you have) miss a paymntfHnw resist dropping In on a nostalgic 'Jammed wile. There tee
what Gov. George Romney of Missouri Monday Johnson hoe congratulated' the there's nothing Jib sunshine for doe the lender figure the courthouse campaign rally en were
Michigan and others have called They include Sens. John J. Heaviest amounts nearly hand on Its performance and doing white clothes So they balance due If you refinance? her way horn. IMI than 500 standing around
"a rebirth of the In the here but It
party" If Goldwater should Republican lot*. Williams of Delaware and Bo- four inches! were In Crane thanked the band for Its participation continue to hang their sheets on U you pay ahead of rim It therea Rep. Jack Pickle c-f Johnson folksy. square was .
man L. Hruska of Nebraska Mo. In the ceremonies. It was the linn-even though they may penalty: Will you get a refund City really didn't, need! any helpIn
In 10 state races where the and candidates Paul J. Fannln It was a little chilly In reported that the President aid, have a doer Hitting Idle Indoors ? Whom do you make all his ,bid to retain tjndon CHILDREN, DOGS
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Republican credit their candidates In Arizona George Murphy In the middle Atlantic states "You have a wonderful band. However textile specialist report your payment to? Johnton'i old teat In Congress The local! ladles supplied
with an even, or better California Bud Wilkinson In with temperatures dropping About CO cadets mad the trip that a long stretch In the Prompt action h always' help but Lady Bird cam round to I homemade cooklei, cakes, coffee -
than ,even chance of winning Oklahoma. George Rush In Texas into the 30s and 40s. to Oilando on Monday, Including sun Is too much of a good thingIt ful In removing stains' from his meeting Monday night any. and soft drinks. AH the kids
all but three of the nominees and Ernest L. Wilkinson In Cooler sir also into came along dogs ran about and
spread the Color Guard and the band. weakens the fabric in a sheet clothing And, when' your* traveling way
are listed ai conservative Utah. the northern Rockies and The cadets left/ DeLand at < a.m. and produces nearly as much : with a limited wardrobe, CABINET WIVES the grownup listened to the
OHIO RACE TRILL BATTLES the Paclile Northwest and the band played for approximately jellowlng as a run In the auto spot treatment la almost essential. She speech making.
Rep. Robert Taft Jr, running The Republican strategist Early morning temperatures an hour before the President's matic drjerSpecialists, Clothing specialist say brought along the threeCabtnet I.RJ's home town has only
la Ohio, U given the beat chance are. not counting anybody nut. ranged from 77 In address and for a time of the Florida Agrlculnal many stains can tit removed wives who went campaigning about TOO or so population and
of winning of any of the Republican But they concede privately that Miami to 26 In Kallipell following the conclusion ol the Extension Service suggest with materials at hand. Tackle with her, drawingcheering all of Blanco' County some 3,500.
I senatorial candidates. Sens. Kenneth B, Keating In In thousands' on their 8A8- '
extreme northwest Montana ceremonies. that If really want your food spot Immediately with But Pickle told the lathering,
, Party moderates think that in New York, Hiram L. Fong In you mile plane swing to Beaumont
PIJW AXTHT.M white clothes to stay while, 'd plain cold water, or shake some "the eyes of th* world will be
ease of a Goldwater defeat, they Hawaii and] J, Glenn BeaU In you Tyler and San Angela It wasthe '
At the beginning' of the pro best hang them Indoors. Or, put salt on the stain One or the I, on Blanco County and Johnson
could count on Taft to help reorient Maryland all considered moderates gram, the band played the National them outodors In the shade, and other should do the trick. opening day of their two-day City election night), Yeull
the party. have uphill battles AH Local Jaycees Anthem Jointly with the leave thorn only long enough to To take coffee stains out of a vote seeking swing Into five want to look good and want to
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Sens. Winston L. Prouty of their hands. Sen. Edward L. School band of make President look ]
Fdgewater High get them dry If the choice Is shirt, stretch the stained part jour good
The ti had
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Mexico a conservative
Orlando, the and boll- -and! might want to make
between hill sunshine and the over lavatory pour you
i is put In a similar To Assist In despite bad weather, The
The band conducted look
by Captain doer-choose the dryer, Ing water through the stain from your congressman good
windup In the courthous
I category Samuel Srhulken. has been NMV BIA.'iKEUU a height of several feet. Ginger* tl/)." 1:
\ Republican strategists, analyzing Vole receiving In usual large quota y nU'I' In the market for anew ale" will take out a mustard square, with the speakers' plat.'
I governor races think Pickup of Invitations to perform In various blanket may be Interested \ stain! Lighter fluid will take tar form In front of a hardwaresupply General Philip Sheridan'
the GOP has a good chance of parts of the' state and it will In two relatively you new types stains oft/ shines.Contest. *tor., topped It all for famous rid attended about 30
II electing two moderates, Rom | For the first time In history be seen In forthcoming parade' available In many afore One old fashioned politicking. mile from Wlncheiter to Cedar

I Ii ney In Michigan and Charles the Florida vote return will be In Tltuivlll, Orlando, and Day. Is an all,cotton blanket with There had been stomping, Creek, Va.DRACO .
Percy in Illinois I reported to the nation minutes tons Reach. The band also, participates cellular construction. Air cells Set
i A confidential party rundown after the polls close on Nov. 3. In the weekly' dress reviews for Insulation are. built into the
credits Republican with a This project Is being sponsoredby held each Sunday after blanket by a 1'f'1al! weaving
chance of electing governor In the Network Election Service noon on the achonl campus at process. The cellular blanket For WritersMIAMI
12 states Besides' Illinois and INKS a pool arrangement of 3:10:: p m. The Rand this year aie. said to bit warm In winter
Michigan, these include Arizona I I the three major broadcasting numbers. approximately 50 ca- and /'nolln summer These lightweight II' tea
Delaware, Indiana, Kansas, (Special' ) A contest t
media and the Associated! Press dots and I I. led by Cadet Major blankets are machine
Montana, North Dakota South I and United Plena International Donald Campbell of Atlantic washahl and modest In coat. for writer and poets ti being
Dakota, Utah Washington' and The other partners In the MRS Beech Another new type of blanket sponsored by the committee forth

Wisconsin. are the American BroadcoatlngCompany It tufted Instead of woven. T""Ihl.nk.t. Thud Annual Florida Writer .
There I II frank admlislon In J I
the Columbia Broadcasting
like
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UofF Dean LeavesCAINLSYRd.C look exactly wovenhinnkets '
the memo that the margin of I Conference. AU entries must
S.t.m and the National but producers claim
President Johnson' poll,predicted be unpuhll hl'll. Poets may submit
Broadcasting Company. The the tufted/ ones are lighter fluffier
I advantage will affect partners In NES have divided up AP) University and more eeonnml<'ll. The either light verse tiadMnnal Er
close of Florida! U lie ..
In losing
race Massachusetts I the 50 stales and the District of tufted blankets are. mad of or experimental, up to II lines.Writeis .
Rhode bland Vermont and first medical college dean to
Columbia and will report the acrjlic fiber, tufted Into a bas may submit article up
West\ Penn Stat.
Virginia. total vote from these states to of cotton cloth. The loops are to 1,500: words and flcttonf adult
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LET US HELP YOU the NES New York Headquarters Dr George T. Harrell, who became combed Into a high fluffy nap, or Juvenile) up to 2.500 words

, r.. BUILD A ROOF on election night. From New dean at Florida 10 years I which gives good insulation and Each poetry entry mutt b*
FENCING York, the vote returns will b* ago, said Monday "frustration" provides warmth without weight. accompanied by SO/) cent and IHd 4CT/VmJ HEAT

OF PLANNED released ti the nation by the Impelled Aim to leave H* his Remember, when you shop It each article or fiction piece by a is n tri/ior coNirM/CTKM sut/irt YOU ot wmvtt
PROTECTION Individual members of NkS. accepted deanship of Penn pays to he aware of the new fl Cash pi-Ire, first and second, outs? OHH1IOMit
11 COUNTIES Slate's new Hershey School of improved products available.' will be awarded. Total amount a n iwir TO wart winwfl N"tno ot siotrCPNO .
j NIB' will concentrate Its effort medicine And you get the latest In consumer of the prizes will depend en the I nwrw >
E Life tli on the sixteen most populous The medical educator l declined Information from this umber" of entries, pins, a 110 a inr IOM mnta.., tr town ritci
alty I counties In Florida where M percent to go Into specifics In an home economics column supplementary price from the .
J.eeenl',., wine an NUiwvt MAne I coMeomaulONLY
SAFECO l"n"' of the registeredoters nude Interview with the Gainesville r.\lTuI.Mr.ST! RLTiN6 confeienc In each category.KMltr .

INSURANCE wain la these sixteen major Sun."I Buying on Installment? Remember DEADLIEREntrie '
Ant counties Florida Jaycee reporters don't want to stir up anvcontroverilea before you sign must be received lilt 10.00 1 MOHTHjp! ?

CHAIN LINK UDAl I will cover all precinct polling ," he said "AU I Read and understand your con later than Jan t and none will
Bill -IIDW00D- places. In the other 51 less want to do Is pick up and leave" tract Don't rush. Never sign be returned without a stamped'

i populous counties, the vote totals Harrell said administration a contract with spaces left envelope.The .
HunistonInsurance I I I will. h* gathered. at the county bAd become "Increasingly bur. blank. fie lure the contract conference, which 1 to endorsed ?'l/4ON
v 1".I.4.1I h'j"H1 I cnurthouiie and called In to" the ",'nMm*" In his Florida post, tells-: exactly what you ar. buy by Florid branches of
slate collection center at Miami. The university li administeredby In,. rlll''b"Mt piles, or amount the National league of American
{a}{JM[ aALKER I This Flnrjda Jajccei have, appointed the date Hoard of Control bonqwed. Intercut and service Pen Women, representative
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an area coordinator in and the College, fs a part of th. chugs In dollars. or simple annual from local newspaper and the THE-BOULEVARD
114-B Nertfc Florid At*. the major cities and counties. InVnluila university health and medicine jat*. Total amount + University, of Miami authors awe I.ondSreklfvlrytMsn/ W* lifT
,few* 734-4702 I County the Jayce coordinator complex which Marred helped Down payment Amount dU"'j and publishers, will be held Jaa, 230 North BouUrard Phone 734-2771
Odin! 211 L W1icmls' ) 714-OSOt is Mitchell Donaldson develop The medical facilitiesare I'' number of payment Date nil at the McAllister Hotel la
of the DeLand Jaycees under direction of a provost Trade,In allowance, U all)'. Miami.

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) ,"1.t'Hf PAINT DEALER: WANTED full Um. Must
TRY TO 1coi 7NCREwYOUlI IP RAT DIAL WITH A \ TRY TO KfiPCMLOAP P ORW Atf [ASTER Wtrr SUMPIM1 THsmSIMP WiLFottu No. >7.1M, I'IV. B .I.yA.Wayr.ur K.rvli- on All mfca Christmas. in W 0.onrla. Phono 7t4-14tt MAID ba not Ha all In to "IInk. Rrlt.

SON DA IRgNT coMpv ow TNIa uD. *IOI4A PIP. HOSW J OIM WTH TV*VmTtUM LIKi NORStbTN11IAIMSWLAGS K. MORRISONflalntiff (lift, now ritCtTO lartronlra. Hnma "ffaint box 44 Del..snd I'on0;."..
SIDLfr011.Wi OTWGSaLMCKU AMY HTT-wIT /IIMMOBIL* N ODOATA k 100 wUME SI IOW TO GIMMIMdc VI.RtTTHK. TEDFORD JEWELRY w'ih Elwtrnnlnllr ron "FxpTRIlNClDaltrana. -an4Mhort ;; ;

pUN NTM WOMT IE1DAMINTY THI WUIKAKCUwl': WTI AND Prlr1 [ IkaNT OVER MAT GAPE; iiJD0 MORRIBOV. T>.f.r,1""nt trolled I .oinr. 11304 K. Now l>r In. K= w Turk Ava PfLand Ph" J14 JJ02.
GITTIU :! ? Tom 714-W1 AntW
bATN FOR OW.TKIfMWK IN THE SAMK or THE STATE : : ._ .mploym.nc. Call
PED A6Ef! OUR use PMCIrl S Oy FU>KinA' CUSTOM-MADE DRAPES AND PSICISION i -I'AlNTR AID VARN. In ptoroon at THE Bin nil]
UPSTANDIN' MINT W 90MaTM4s TO: Rl'TH X. MORRI80'* AW\LNCW AT HI"IX1KT I'RICES. IKII. AIM CX>UJKS MIXED IV TRUCK KTXiP. It....'0 19 a.m.
WhnM llalitnca ta: HOIX3EKB: HKCOVKHTYNER'S. and 4 p.in. .
RPOPI 47 Maryland Av.nuaAnn.poil. lit r. fhiirrh I'hnn. "J4.Mil HARDWARE WAITREItft WANTED Will
-1andTou
Mar
.. horthr rxiulr.d>, to fill I Blvd. Ph.... 7'' 3547I train huh about alrla fur part
5t DID' YOU KNOW firm Quality I 1M1 N. time nork Apply. Or. hH Ho inR
with lha Cork of tha Court ynuranaw.r
? I Marrkrt Iwllratoiaon. 1151'. I
to the Rill of Complaintfll.d hiirrri baa tlilckan and Dump.hnga DeLand Paint & Glass >ITBmi' K8FFDEH: :
h.r.ln ...''n.t you In tho ahnvaantltl.it
nn R'odntnday'LAY PART! TIME EXpor1.;
FULL OH
4 ...".. on .r hrfora tha ivth 114 w.OsorllalM.Ea.OPPba.134sitDURALITE !;! I .''n .it "...C....... Ovrr 51 Apply
A day of Nnvamber A.>.. 1H4 and AWAY Totf CHRISTMAS Call 151./:41
In
larva a cop* th.roof npnn Maurlra. 01" TO 4r. ITS ItAIIIICR PAINTS. .paean .: f"Ttf.:.
Fnot.r piainllfrs.ttorn.Y. h.r.i... THIS WAf. LEI FERRELLJEWELERS. RANT. HI.way 17 \. of WLa.A' .
whou artdr*>a la JIll Conrad. n illd : : : FAINTING a.. PAPER HANOINa
Inn. fOI.nd Flnrlna "Dol'..ind FEES ERTIMATKH: : O'\BN 'Y' iJ" It THE ONE Won
Run X...." t. h."b d.alonat.da. LAY-A-WAY AI Maallar 114-41IX 714-4711 .looking for to ah>w Avon I ram
lh. nw'pavr .la Which thia, nrdor plrt.ly now fhrlitmia tine. TC V

.tIM 4-K 4rY yelNM for 4 nhallT,.ho..,puhM.hnl,'h' work onra. HKRriNFAII a work: Tsar It ChrlMmni a l I.'"r than clfti you Bow It Ia"y SIMwrv-OiU COT $show thorn with and Avon urn Vrlta hit w.'klyImAim Mrs'

NOP: f>R. A PHRfcB PRO THINK Frances" H Snow. PO. Box 4155,
fyiMTFfSO: Will! BF: r:NTFRFDAOAIMT : : LEAVE Your rhlMr.ti at LORrE'aNI'RNERY : a. 1>..lonn Nrnrh .'1..
: IOU FOR lUCK FAILTh SCHOOL. Rafrroncaa.
CONNELL & COX UIUSM
THAI! WHAT T LAID HEY! HERD ONA / DID All RIGHT MCIOOAK4 ON.YEeYOU RET URP.> nattira of thli.ault la a bill 141 N. Blvit Thnn 794.041 Z":, E. ohln Wont '34-4"'.. .USV nooda port: tlmo Ml..a hrln Avar.

*WJ WANt TO .T WEU, FITS MINUTE 1HEAtTI .CVYtAyAtII l Vd11 C00[, kVIATUPIDI t..r "Ivnr.... MISSY DAO KVIMTT. W .Day a.. au-nlniti II.JS I].in prhmir
KNOW WHERE I[ / ANV OP YOU* NOW Rli IEIA DKAJ. ANCIFwT 6REELE..WMATy COPAI 1171 L iTo WITMCHfi: Mv hand and ..al it KTOVBTKLAM! PIPER WICKS Child Car ( Ham. lalam, Mal Mr. fwona at the
THE PRINCESS P& NEgB, Ny C I.! Ken Mf r OM DOlWG HM' A NAME, D.lAnd. Voltinia County. Florid.. > HARDWARE <'O 111 k. Kr. 7I4-7IU or 714-Clil fiandwlrb Knopna 107 N. Amelia.I .
WUNNEHIC*? MAMf l. a7fWlR1: EQUALLY WELL HERE WITH PCP T YOU? Ihl 115 day or OJFRS'MATHAA.t.A. 11* N. Jtl.VD Fiona" 7>4. SH3A. >*I.and, 41M otn:1
THESE NORSEMEN P telrphnn..
fl.rk Ircult '"o.irt.Volua 20 ..BcflMf CollnC" trlfphnno. Coma so. M.. 1 sally'
.a County, Florida Gift ShopiMfVWARS noel help. t will show you how tG
4 LA OFFICIAL PE.11.: DON CMCESC, .rrln' P Un4 earn ....... wpekly' inenms.
0 1I"RA' ;H :I. ASTIREWII .In... '31. ..... .tlmatf' ... Ilnmaa 'WANT l A"'lady to ahar Apart'*
I>.p tty f"lorkOfiftij flit,. ( aril. Boliot ., Sow arillobn. rhona 114.4211esNERAI.CONTRACTOZ .
: .N-1r -"* moot with n,a. Living .... nac
n (Chriatma rarri now. Mid for hoc comranv Separate
lit N. Bl.4 rhona ..0211
r FREE: ESTIMATES bedroom. rhona 734 at>32t
I COLON OBOROB PR. Dwell ""
1.
f rI $R Fwd L Cocktail Nth Wt.ti-Mal.

I 1100. 2IL Air ee... SI H"till'
LOG CABIN I MEN: WANTED
I RFTTTiH: : nr St.Ml.RETIRED:
+ tnhe flUPTCATFD: YORK INCMtASE your Incoma II.M a
I TO TOtR PLFA8TTIB: year by ...rklni I ,,'..k. 1"11'
,? M1THOt18NT < Opa lam. to I) midnnht11M RPATiNR andLIB.CODITIONING month. *.,. .. Ktatlon work.Niaht .
N. BouUTird rhona 7J4.lit!
I EQPT. ahlft Vrtta Box 47. Da
Land Sun :'I.....

r t Mere tt Ota AUTHORIZED DEALER WAITRESS .... toll er part

1 tI", .. Manoi l'i.i.. 1101 South
E 'RE E PEOPLE I AVE TO V ONION IIINOI ONLY .5.. Tim. Wm. A. Mullen BotdsvaM.iiSVICE .
r 0 Tom ynn4, A A W ROOT BEER: PLUMIH. HEATING: STATION MAN Mult banvar
IMPORT PJT
peciDwMo.sHouLOCLUB POP o I (14 9110, 5. BLVD.ONE .
DEAR1w I AND AIR CONDITIONI.4G W years of ... and Souse
..t OECSDEO THAT a q PHONIC IZI-.IO' K>. Salary .20 week, plus ora.mlaolon .
LONG AGo DINER TELLS ANOTHER uuaranuod s5pIoymsn4WAS.
JT'I TH8 CALLROYFRIERSON'SJncv Sun \ew. Rol 31.
Holiday Steak House
MAN FOR CRVICB; STATION:
t TI4 N. BOULBVARD. DELAND over tl. Esporlanra nroniarrApply .
/ In poraon. LrVallla a Big
I ? I ...,,, ftrUnEAUTV HEATINGAIR Alt Trni Plop on Truck Route
I i f BUSY FULLtN' '''UI... MAN
I n.oda part time ailca help Ass.p. ..
.
e BAZAAR Ifonilaytnronih CONDITIONINGSHEET
/ F rrtiay Nlfhta. Ph.... .. .irnln i lI.a $:.to pop
hour Mutt Mr
WORK Snopa at thoao.ndwl.II
114 V7l. METAL
Ii Fhopn SuT N. Am.lI.
Kl E. Florida Ptoat TI4-H1I Poland 4.]fl p m. only' Do not
3 9 Swlmmisi P..01.poor. > f HEAT t.l phnn.. Must h... cur ,and
e' O THE iS HEAT IS t.l phnn., Coats 4-.s M. I really
/ h Tha haw In lit hastier la atFlorida 0.04 bcp. I will show you how tit
ISM COVERS: .. Inv .. iWALXKR Homa Gal tnropanr: Call
; CIKTOM: POOLS now for fr.a h..flnc it rvor ofyour
Phone *34,.151 homo or bU.I..... \o obllf a- SERVICEeSTATION

Ib TI H N s. Y FLORIDA tlnn TIOMIO! GAS COMPANY
MAN WANTED
9A h. t. Acce..orle IRA E. New York Phnno 754.1111NERD

I SPOT iTN1r.PD $55. Week, Plus Commission -
FREE RIFT FOR THE HOME : WTIONAb HEATING
With Lubrkatlo" and (lit Chanle NEED: : J'ULLHOI' CENTRAL No Sunday or
, 1101kx M/ DINNER WILL ONE M1 A COVER (THATU. SAVK Mg ATRIP STONE & DRIVER HEATING
6IT COLD WHILE > TO KEEP AV FOOD VT TO 7H1 KITCHEN I Can GnBFN Fl'EI> fnr .".. night work required

wAcKV wAJarf I EAT h1soups WARM 08 PUT IT TEXACO SERVICE MUintta on any haatln applcaUoyGREEN'S Guaranteed Steady
'
% ou 5 LEG 4T HN BACKOMTHC6TOVII 111 M, Boiil.T.rd. Phnna a.nu FUEL Employment. Not
ALL AT ONCE! over
MEAL Ml ... FtVT rHnVB 714.!M1
1:1 FUR S U I Ultrt-chlc at- GALLONS SATE: MONFT: BIT WHERJB 45 & not under 21.

G home costume i I. this suit e( IILVER SHELL OIL THE BUILDERS BUt Write to Box 49

r r, 11 wa YrrayaaM. South recently American unveiled Broadtail in New $169Business 201 Air CMd. A HMtmj DeLand Sun News.,


York City The fur' supple ILIlCTIIIC HEAT 'QMJT: : SAFE
= AL AV0A10S 'JOl.L: STATiRY'
C I I'M1 nest and lack of bulk permit Ill .. BLVD. J'h..... 13.-114' CI.EAN: TU01'fll.JIJ PRRE Ill EXPERIENCED PRESSER ODd
like I fabric: The Xl'T1'Vol1 JCL1'rTRIC CG, FINIMHER Dr. 4'loanna PlanaAppir J
tailoring
EAST NEW YORK .AVE. PH. LS Sl l'lymouth, Collets
suit, fashioned by American Services 'H.OIII Plapa.
*
Beauty features single and W-E"'INCIID' Irlll monk. UI'IY
4ouble-breuted Jacketi. 201.III.d.li", In prison at tho 'hatabur.
Corns Am.lla sad 13.
It SiKkl Stnrtcn
I.l6EE'MAT1Wt41T2 REPAIRING: REMOTl1lUN/1t
.., ADDINO OS? BIIILDU.QIKB 27 Pup Wi.ti<-M"e l >r limit
FOR QCICK RrHBER STAMP IS FIRSTS
HrllVII'HI WE ...an.. Inc lnntallatl .f
CALL Hlu11.LRY. T4.1111 am or our prod tfti hv eomi .t nt NEED AT ONCEl I aiporlanroarrrn
-.-- -... BAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS workman Call for fro aatlmata. ('utt.... Ian round work
....tln''.... Tame, and t\Mop (land f\ Will furnish houaa for
rrr1L. BB&WETHIMG Uk5Y4x1R .y J. P. Au., R.mnvod en 11..1. Ba.l. Tom Mitchell Lumber Co. small family. t'nl... U .r1.
? Ill Na :Oalawar Ph. TI4. 4I enrpd--der tint ral I'hnn. collect
= dTA TI DAN EW FTZIEdJO AFtIP CLLICONW MEAN-NO CLA55! Culligan WaterConditioning Owan Fwn.rv,701.noil. \\.1 lrtdala. .
>la. Auk for .N.laon Hlr...
--I'M CONOIDu.fr WrM GJ S. 22 Uph.lt.rhnqRIt41hhhgtot
DE.l' ': TCHTR'I
ALL '
Go WAKawIJNUMITBD' S1'1bt 0 tilt !,R-1AD.-Phnn'.m.7.4
II
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T Oh a Ynu Fr
III evu"'t su. wuzMoIJob4Df PAINTING HOOriNO. HCPAIN Xillmat: For Pries, T.

::2I. Carpfntry. Call Nalaoa Hoyt. Ph. Fit Tour Bodice Onrphnlaivrr MAID waNd lilt
A LoNe orce + TH-I3U after I *m. w..kdava. sad Hafln,ahlnr MouMwork and child run I dayi

t Hunt's Upholstery Shop a monk OoM Rtf 734.tjnt
tIe DeLand Woodworking Co.
4II lno r Carolina Phona 7J4-1WI HAVE EXPIIS I INCE and
.III
y 14* N HOrXDART PH. 1I4-II4T filing. Rc5 In Mrs. tr rfL.bun.an. .
1:1 W. PMnsco.OLNESAL .
Z2A f1aor ClnritIt i c.r..Ic TI.
SAW FILING OPPICE WOIII "r R..
.pUn.ior. RuainiM .raduat.
Aala. .I D&L CO. FLOOR SHOW Ph.... 7a.UA._

I4M t Mow York At.. T>4.H.l CARPFNTRT
DAILY PAINTfNORBA80ARUB
yItJJ't'T WI KtPAIR' and I. RATES:
any
w ARMSTRONG JCFVTTtEAMERirAV O ft. PAVIgj- 4 4344
'A.NIaAS oaks and ".L Hawlnc Uarhjna : OI.FAVBOHRENTILECO.
Fatftafaotlon' tuarantavd or WHITE WIDOW wotiM, Ilka Job
No caaraa. Phona 14-1241. taking carp ..S i.ntl.man or
a
: 'iR RIDES I'- Ui L Rich Aa.. Ph... '''.U I ro ipl... LUa aub Wrlta tun NrsS
PKL.ANP AIR WrRVtraMUNICIPAL : Boa 41 .

: AIRPORT ll kb PrhtMIPrinting .
NEasHEWASN'T 6EFID M CUSTOM' TRACTOR' MOWING' 21 Sch.tlr-Mstruttlsu

M+1AD AT 5pU PUTTING LOTS sod ACREAQC:

,111,PaP IS/ MrSNIt2T5/ "err rr/ ( I. M 114.tUtIt uNCB to WOMIN train for WANTED rirll .orY\AT"..'

IIfafi Good Pay Thouaanda of Job
E MgoteuatklCRUTCHESWALKERS 0...... Fiiiarlonc. ....II,. Mnaataa.aary .
,
Fur Information Jobst.rvl
I II P.l.d.y ronmrsmeuty boat In.
s11F'P' I ONE of bias agulpp.d Mantas .w or".. imr addraaa.
\ 1Gt1 pia., I. coairal Florlii* w.laamaa pIInn AMERICAN: BEHVICS.
END. IIr a WHEELCHAIRS VMIT pr).tl.. tti-tttmhiainii. H<,. 41 D.|jml Hun \.....

FOR RENT OR SALEBearden'i .tkc. ..and aan4!aaraoaal fall*...artfa aim taxulU PLEASE-

&; Io,. F..r _tl_,.. sail auaNow < _
J1rtk Intrnta. B.*ctt N w. ai Doo'1 ut your itrinrpperbo
"". _'?-..1IPO&'I Drug Shop : OA .....,. Prompt aorrlaa. NUMh.uss to accept rtmlttajic faitlassEled
Coy a Now Tarl aa4 A'.-. Asa OOsanal..KO
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i AU. $6HT-NUVERMINDTHENON \I Tat COP P I l1 UPAa HIGH AS AWuTOcONii
l ll LAMdUMoe/MaupocrrBALLfNEKiDA b1EaL5GTiO: tk II\FOtIIM ME TMATTNEgtI :e TM tdCiWALK! FIRS

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DISPUT Pii 11 DELANO (FIORDA) SUN NEWS TUESDAY.OCTOIBIT, DM C1WIfIID DISPLAY OAKtHB DBTUTWednesday

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SHOP For Christmas Early PORTABLE ECONOMICAL -' i 1960 OLDSMOBILE "98" SPECIAL!


POWERFUL ODORLESS Factory Air Automatic Power Sieerlng Radio


With A LOAN From SMOKELESS Power Brakes. Hiiiir Electric Windows, I

I DeLand Paint & Glass U $41 ....

FLORIDA LOAN COMPANY INC. Coin only U'jc HEAT@'r l. flT .... Electric Seat White with Red Interior. In excelT

| IJI w.Geercta no fUCII :. per hr.to L IM m*.

..a 5.a..al.S.....1155. Loans To $600 16-25 ho. f n m.. lent condition. ..

1M'II De.....P.M $45 m..
115 L INDIANA AYL PfciM 7J4-J451 f U m..

IDOZIN' $SS "'..

GOFF HARDWARE .. tit 1,295 r i

DUG WELDING ASPIWT PAYI11114911My |U m..

UNtILARLAND MAtMINB WON l 31 ms. M.., Oifcirt Tt OUMI rills
AMORTID IT I Ik ll.elb E4nla PLENTY PARKING 131 ... wh

714..FOOLE.. JR. GUENTHER'SDOC RAY LIMKOVICHFwMU4.M son. BM4lwM. Bii fatal Oratr" t2t m..
tIS m.. JACOBSMOTOR

RON & WOOD won Corner of E. Witc and N. Blvd. SM BI*. ;

UI w. Owrf Pb. 112 WIfe im Bowl !feW T4*.. IVB. tU m..

Financial til ... SERVICE

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kN 47 tlnV-TlllfUM i so tU m.. SOl So.ItklnBrf. P1505134-0$13 wN
3011.NI OppcrtwrrlttIIRVICI 41 Arttot HrII OUT THEY 10..1 ..
.31...

STATION' with t adjoin. BUICK W...... Now Tiro |3MCAMrtNo LOADEDIDue I GMt Cod I/hlg.IlkrS., LARGE MASTER: tit ...
Inc 'u.'",,_. FOR UALB: tttock TRAiLca.no*. >..<.. -FWCEO TO SILL: 5 BR, < 1 btk. Ml IM. ---
and equipment Includod X.aonnfir PHILCO TV. New P.T. 171. Vlrnnla loans II. a..e.a.................
...1It... Otb.r "...1.._ TV.2a and Ml PUUUTU&Ela.111W. eMld..... ... til BI*. N13SN
Prleo. I2KH1. Phone 1.1711. 1101 N. Iparkman, Ornf Clip to tremendous response oxYNirs t2t n..
M.II to M K. 8 Reasons
Abel Real
TENNECOSERVICE Now Val A**. Ml..",. I2t M*. I Bft.. fBATHt.. Mntr.1 boalod. IJ ""
sales. We
AUTO Am COKDITIONINO' to Color 01 '. Pnslno I I InoiilauA. klKih.wltk. Q.B.
.. das
Ml
STATION Anl-lUr ".. Borneo tt ..! 5.4 S :d ::: ; dl..........., tark.lo ..._.. : To Deal AtCARLAND r'!
GROWS RUAtfCR OARAOBHI overstocked on used TV's.Now lit m.. Blob coblMW. Doubl. utility
FOR LIAII. 1041 N. Blvd. Gad .. Alabama. Phon* 114-4011 PHA PlNaNCED |S, m*. room. Brink. from with: u.i.rarpnHo. A
Is the time for that "1 ..,..,. hn.. 1100 down, "
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.
< Rloliarit Durban la Winter ALL TVPI HEAT I"" TV'sAND ,......... Coslnl tIJ m*. kYn .hsd I. .
CEDAR CHKBTI 2nd set or eliminate high ..<1.. C.U '...IUI sparodrnal.l7. Swak. 0 Ilk. V.ar' .
Park .//-12/E 44' HOUSBTMAILBN .. vrlraloHxly Ill m.. 1104 M. Rest' 1. In DLn4I.

MY TRADING POST cost of repair all kindsof ka. all wlllltlM fur.. )I.Jllu. I... tin*. JOHN E. BISHOPOBMBBUlt : T.p '.''Ia, ,., lin. "r* ::',
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J2 Mal Tt lea 427 B. florid Av.., Phone fl..1771 lab .tJo., sa.teld. Fa.T14
matWE Ill .. LICENSED ..
.IIILD.II
-<14MODI .. m : .. klk prtMuro :
WI BUY .and SELL mart u.od.urnttura. sets, ONE DU. WILL- tin.. fI' fI.... Para Plans 11/.4111
4. Lootl .
Phono 7S4-1M for BRDROOU : Bank PN15spL :
Loans to $600 ., HALL'B BARGAIN FLEX: CEASE IN. lit WEST ON TOUR LOT ( t I ... OOWYPAOYOR' .
porno Mnty b... |,." .'"* .' ,
Console Portable MINNESOTA AVH. ..
STORK.! W B.r..rord. TO BUILD GORDON X. HOLZUANMARQARirr
Union Finance Co. : .. Loa latl.fl.d ....._
c.
MODERN" toitronm apt. ......
T> TrMt.il Fence Pan .Ko t dupl AT*. Pica. 0tMI0 a. -
1ONATURB. FimNITVRBAUTOMOBTLJC. CONRAD LUMBER CON PAN I furn. mparal bx ntrport.ArtuUa. 1 : T. Pro* dHvinf trial :
REAL CITATO BIIOMAM .
Phnn. U4-IH7.
111 BLVD. ....... ,..-.... W. Mlchutan AvonuoOOOO Table Models No pet. inns Walkar, AwoolaloIII I. W* want .*ur kuolnoi. .
used oil .. h.at.ra 4 ROOM BATH WISE W. P.sa Fhooo. 7I4-H41
.p.
LOANS TO $600 0000 und oil 'ur..""... AT PRICE TOIT CAN AFFORD rt'RNlSRKD: APT. -
I GOOD A'N'T1l so furnace*. Al LOW AH TI,. 4.13413 W. Howry HOME 1_ JOHN E. LEWIS k
TRIBBLE & REYNOLDS ....
OFRIERSON'S .r. t.AROU FIRUT FLOOR mNTRACTOR .Mons ".111' .

FINANCE CO., INC $19.95 THHFB>HM IN.ROOMS PHONE and t pATItCU .4-H4. ..... -Ideal For Retirement- : CARLAND>> : '
ON THFJ' BOUMVARTJ '
NICK I 81tl> '1
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B. .. o.rltod Rom Folk.us ....
...... ... OWNER. Donald K. N.. NO' BBT: OVER \', BLOCK to Super : 1
I. P11 t4-IPM 1 .". PURNI1NID' APT. Rellna4only I 1 BLOCK TO IHO PIN4l U wt
P" it-jm Pores.PI0
lit N. Blvd n. Compl., .. '" .
N..r furnllura. N.wUr' paI.l..d. 1117 N. DILANO
tlnnal I bodronm, : .L.VO.
OARRTKR: : : room, lartoUvlni J
BURNETT FINANCE CO. $75.00YOUR lab E. tihln. ..n. '1>" I room, kllrh.t wllk Goo ,....... ..
42 riiti tiVipniflr>SBplUt oabln.l New tlituna I hat... 1 .01.l.....
LOVELY Ur.. lit floor furn. t>CPUCX. i : T : ronm Thla homo *
to.rr niratirfunilohod.

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114 S. ALA. 7344)872) : CAMERA ...0.. 100.1425 I I : THia m aLCEPBRi: : will all, '
141 M. ..... rOMB BBH7 IT. In a hurry M waa Just rduo .o FOR IALB 70104 or for ront. $tlMw
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CALKINS ELECTRIC .IOICO"ATED IT. W .I.J.. .."'.... moot! I BR. Furnl.h.d HOMO.
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33: huwnwciROMKR mat J77 1,rams sad full hUt. n. Road I I...... 114-4111

521 S. BOULEVARD fond h,

j INSURANCE. aorr. A.:..ntALL8TATB CO'o 4JANTIQUES Flops '....151 irURNlMHED 141 :N I ITONB Hoom APTi. Ph..Bulld.r. '.. ....... NITER q iN DeBary Real Ella.*!.
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Auto Homo. Bua. Ufa H.altbAtLSTATB PHONE 714-4701 H1OH ON A xroi 136/321 w ."
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DIALER Mom utll. Inrl. No Pt. Adulu, 1 hath, apaolnua .., 1.1.| III HHOPKH: DK1VB'
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a"IIrH"I. Oil heat .o .nrt / .lull. PIIOW 114-4114
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JAMES F. CLARDY Ill oiw. will HIM Binnii 2BA.
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N. Bbd.. PhsN.4M Repairs On All Makes Phono ,...IAU. CLTDB C (ao: ;.: "r.I0*% living room
JOHN TURNFR FRIERSON'SON If __. _. .. 11.5400.NIW lol. tin* ....
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N. BLVD. PH. 7I4-4IM Ooraid B. ntoinunIM pnreh & I.lr. t: m4 rn Florida .''. I twiho UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY |
t all IM-tluT or .45-/ This One Is ] .. rIMS
N. Blvd. .... RS.Im and (:.., t.rm.,. ".nl., Pins 11I..t'. HOMO EXTRA IX1U rtA. Ru
M. ... $... Color T.V. Specialists PUSH. APTI, sar 1050" OR II ITT Toil won't to Patio.. cARPIT end DMAPE0 all.a.UUED ._
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Bob Aaburr. .! loran I IPII. \i.I... Ib.S ,b.a.U..' .r 1171.RIDICORATID frlonda. It la )u.t ......, This Week's Bargains! T'I C 0 -r
tor*, 111'W. Raw Pak Avo. 521 S. BOULEVARD *. 'litW. : :
MORTOAfItf tlr.it con pi. who I .... 505-410. ..
Phnn. 114-IMi. ..., .part..t and 11.1111 TOP, LOOK n4 IIITIM FOLKIII
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Tarn Homo UATTAOWAlHCHt omall .u. walking rii.unr. to kava t O.B, t B .. Buncalnw' JO PECK REALTOR i
FDLRALSN .... Plops 121.11142 /. .
furnlho4an4
DBLAND pint I SIR t .hooM from psi ..
aad DRTEKBWB Deltronics T.V. .734-8524 .ar4 i. I. ; h. ... ..... Pkoao KOt-Ull
Saan A Lao A-od.ttoa IIRTICB I room ana : \ ttnlurnlakod. |tu* dawn, ?
114 N. Florid Pboo. TI4-IH1 WHAT WB 'ELLFOLSOM'S SBRVICB RENTAL IMMtMPhn nod Ida ...r..n."r.'n't I BR, Ion "..'h. Boob Offlon MO 1414 "
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Live Stock ,.. DeLand's PUIIINIlHED MW.n I .R. Ho", ,, THRII' RINTAL .* lot I oar M lilt ..* to .,,,.ai.t.. .....*. Automotive .
MACHnmGIFTI 134 W. Porn OrIn, Onnt. CI\7. N r walklnc : In Noa Ln, Turns
NSW BOMB IEWINO : : : ( I: I
MALL APPUANCISFABRICS Home Entertainment 71.141.. town ara. I .. DUB TRANIFIPll I bays tmnr
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APPALOOSA FILLY, i/4 pun, U/SD Cral.p 1 fl R.to. 11100:: l'aANCB'fllf!: DIALER III.t.r 4 pm. in| N' ..:- \ r. ") alr-oandltlnnlnv., rvadyfor waav '
vary i.ntlo Black man, 1 Unto IS 1$. R.trltratnr J'O FURNIKHKrtOMB : Orflco Tll 7444 ,. CM. *'*irort.::* ..' ... HOIrt a1 mod.l ft lour ::11 vonr.
USED WaitlnchouM 11 ft.fi.frllt.rator PucrmnoM: HOrna.I'.4 Borland C.rkind. lllf ...
and wall In ION RJiil"'AtlL'' K. .1.
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441 w. N T. AT*. Ph. TM-I4H4' trio Furw.hMI ,.IIrh... Mironulfhhnrhnnd 1N., I bam. lino Aonlhw at Ulna oom pi.I.Ifurnl.b.4. / _"" .n. 'H4-H4I, 114-40.4.
31 Pw|/-C4rr -fttinvnn. (Opp Wtatfat Ihopplnc Cool.1 J14-1HI.. Arallablo kf Oak orn.r built-la lot kit.ollrv. :; =::: Mio.ll.nt ,, ,* -
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VICTOR anHrnntlnn Utll Mrs. Alva C. Williams LOWEST ;;, .
FOR .ALEI AEC Nrl.t.nd Paeb. 45 .... ........sHORAN'S t BIDROOM ITnfurnlihod. M*.rOoorio rail, lift Ii :;'r.. ;: "" I .. .,.." ",. .., Saab I'
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5 monlb. 014. 1'1I0. Marko School .n Monla.' nt..ui' for :: :' ':' .o. OTflM Ill-till 1144 CHEVY ".
Lb.,. "'."11. baths **4 Mooldonno, 411 W. rfowrp IMPALA 44DM
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CARPETS aid Ifs too ran b ":.. > ITBRBO!: HIFIAMFM R. W. kit.a.*, built-in a*'o o>4 or A Kool Oo l..orl .
tlful 1 If fv .M Blue ,?:. Pant and HIWAY FMONTAAI' bolWMll t>.. R.lll.- A.. .. 5v q aria .la I'll.-.11,141:: TION" AUTO' IALB4: H... Is
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A Clark PurnitunSoDel Co. fl.r.nh.4. B.nlo, Pbt .... 101. Blvd.
+11p1 NEW 4 I BIDROOMI. t balk* foot Ik. OK USED CARS
BOULEVARDAPPLIANCES .... FURN. MOUIt. Elerwyhitch. OB fl.. fol4oailal otro.1.
41 Artktoi Mr Sato Furniture .". Nlro (not porch. 0.,... 'u, BATHI P.uo BI tw... .... and ...-.. Ill C MATS OLLABB AT XOLLEftB***
"I 8. LwMB If waned Yard .." ... lorltd.d. Hohby ahnp .. ') TI4-IIIM Moat o Mrr .... -,...... BILL HOLLER MOTOR IK'
With UTblIR'rN Adult ..ly. I'll.... .....11. or wltk or Wltkout, 114-IU*
Loll WIIOH1 Nhb Sol.
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d D.t-A- >l.t Tabl.ta Own Evenings k, Apalilin .. / SALES
Onre: ta. ....,.. In Comiu Cluk
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with pN ales.. to lap I' ....,... .
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BUY TRADEFIBCHXR'B kowoo *ro owa4 of I>oI oondlllon, roooonablr
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41 111011 MahrNb. PRACTICALLY : TRADING POST Only$ vary via' I Modranm Rootst fURNIIHID. I
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Phone 714-U44 M. .. 714-1714. AM, for oalo
141 B BLVD. S 1 Ll.boii Pkwr bom*. Lot 1MU04 .. ..4,1 I* laviiod. CASH R

BUY WITH CASH Mather Furniture Co. SAL".ttln PIPE.' and and TkroadlnaOioot FITTINat., Pip 1 BR.iLl RN. HOUBB PARTLV rurnlok.if.' Gad ",: d boTor* .0 lltll'frILAA'r" j

141 .. BH* P1.5. T14-IH1 IVaUor Bide. Mall. TJ4-44**. 7I -. J.7 opIXQCIKK batk. .... to Ial.. .. Front I>V LAN I FRONT. H _... MouooTHovtral 'T
LOW COIl'1'PERSONAL IM nmciiroHOUtlS.
WITH A *
114 lot. DELAND *
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LOAN FRO31 ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE I BIOROOM, thtoo. <. III ....... .
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.. CO. tip. 1f....... house 4.O"Y'M*. Ml m. Mow tork fb, 114-4411 ,4!

."Dome.111. New Of Took Gad -Carpet Pbe..S.roea n.I6t1 B. BLTO. P tABOO D. .STDISP- BATTBRTHWAIT Hnno.'.4.013.14511 SALE ll.uoiiohto.TV Now, Irk A*. I I1005000. .$.....I". r .... ".1' I" MK1' MKT,' Hrokor, ,...tl1I. '60 RAMBLER .
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COLIMAN oil dimlatlnf haw I 111.44FURNITUR3.35 BJVAIABB. $3 At41I4 NM/t I ".41, Almost Finished IUPIR t ltum w_ Itaa4r4tnn.nilHtan.
12*. OM bath lit. Othor n..d E? Boo Bm 4MHM4 A...
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:J"UCTIONIE" Look At This POWTi MDWSALCUSIINAB win*. Biritaklo fw .. V.rr H', *, HARRY F. ... bin, liullnor..> I'll. 114-ltll. BE"LL MOTOR co. r:
Ins B. Now Yak Phon. 0. 114, Mhor ..... frmn Ho 1..It. I.
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CoL O J'a ". loadInr ITS A BARGAIN =
and oomm.reJU enough. M fill Un. .a.pl.U PI ONIIIR BAWBTALTOITS w LIsbes: PNk5ay.W 17I-IOM ill. Hi.k. 114-411 *
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tloath Rotary ......r. 5 TV Swl..l nab? 50,1... Tom M ... air wootk1s.AHARTSOCK: ;rsIfMwO. radio:: and *M'T"tania<)'

IS.* H/P. Good ...dIU... till t Ck......' Pt.. TolaMarred 12 I..... IgiMm111TppaNM itOROOM HI..... Ma*. I ..... or kulldor.ft .... oar. REALTY TioN troa.mlaoo A'''. BANE. .'...".; ' Cm'kUUI Tall. .
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Jacobs Motor Service Tabl.) tamp II4-74J ROOM Hone on : : : AmoN. tit a T.hioia Orauo OV 134/ CAO'LL'"P.iy ,
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Macbln lots and 1 Chair Plllo-i wit, II Clifton Timber ,
Realty .N
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........., Tilt los Cart Payments $3.95 WeeklyWI ftooo 111IM ..... BIOROOM 14 I- Mfr Is,. no- TI4-1U7.kootoiv Boot'
Tab. w"r.= : r--r. SPECIAL I ao4 Dully room TPR SIrl sad iO5 1TNPWS

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III Bmtb AmoMa An. WNLTL: WA ..... P-nrtoo tot**, BorlnoM. ._... FVrM o4 ouittf room -If/1 II Timber & RealtySUALTOSI
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M MwtalWKSRB M/IRIMBM pea InopfrM I ;14) ACRII will t 0.001 I* pool III 5.A= 11P Q .r.-::
alp* Raw $34.11aMi .. 'P_ ... .
Apt i Sa.SN II iar -. rnoo-HIM*.
MUST SELL LOUISE .... ..
? : Rodil.nt4t ITl-N QUALITY COTTXTt.HOWDYS'MUSICSHOP. .om.J. s = a So.v/es/ I ,.... 145.1101.10s.s '
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i N0. A ratalUn.dT1 ruWlre PNBMeIrlabWROSES > ni.it.rn, koootlful dnpoo. i BK, M o Faito.: : Moons ...... .......,. 4 'T *
tit *T. Br.4.FALL. Pt... 91'.''1 knot rua*. ""IhaW4IY.od 'Tr L *. liroplaoo"l lot at I' 14*o* .'Jf"A- *
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Boulevard Appliance Inc. Oote' limb 51W. DAVE BRIDE NURSERY _sr y. Pk 114-MIL BIOWOOM fraaM 5904 154 Saladr7i1C- c""' ,," .. ", r.'n. 14 I41s1Ww1.iBPpeNNOW
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.loot FabrU CoMo OIN sIL.. -..... I.. l1 all t 1M4S I1.e PTA.o U HON 1 .011I001III Rrpos.raID MOM' er.rs MIl floora oil ...... I.71 IS/4. Eltste rw .... w Ttsd.APT. J.in'n BIVMI r>o fl-t *7. ,
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SIGNS FOR SALE ..... RetthIs SrW .EVaOn..d..1I.r asRNI. Oon4 torat*. W4-FT4I : or Jan13144LWw 7ar1e4r IT. jolrvv .lOA T I
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SOT iLST N ..-. ....... DELAND I- 11.111YN1.00, ..
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a..t. BRAUN I* AlH... Weehd
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OAS w.1 irui.41.500rc MATTIES R .ATW. P1IC. 114.414ass Illness Forces Sale OP 1IOeT.l-w SOLD OUT AGAIN

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ft*. Paw' 0 pool to .NO Of tCACOOl 3Attla 334 Ls.aw -
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VOLUSIA FEED STORE 5C.T r5. i two I'71 NT BBBf S4BI ...
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WttJTTB 228 K. Amelia ..7344066 REALTY .1.l '' ....k aLIe-r.r l4ie
A..WIS& m-UII fnrMobil t tPU.opt. 4f : ....
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More ColorS -'" -. ..... .....tte OOtT. BTATB40oo I145yn.iv AvS PO5 DATti an1 ,asis h LNWU'SI *A Pr5.noFtd.5ia11.11. =-J
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Bob trhltaker *f FeweU- WINTER PARK Take a
A.M. Hooper fort received a : good look! The Stetson University -
telegram thin morning Hatters are In first place

from E. A. Red, General In the Florida Intercollegiate
Top In Poll Field Manager for MM 4 Conference soccer race.
Spot Ford Motor Company eat The HO ran was thrown Into

nf Jacksonville, elating confustloa over the weekend
that a Deiced youngster when the Hatters squeezed put
the Rollins Tars and Jacksonville .
"d By Th. Ati"IIt.d .Pins had wan the sale honors
't>hio State would like nothing In this year'. Punt Pave University upended Florida
Southern.
Kirk This marks the tint ,
better than to celebrate the 10th t Garry crnnpeUUon.RoMinonda, 13, time In lour years of FIC competition
of Its last national that the league does
anniversary piled up ni poInU In win-
I football championship by wincing I fling the recent local content not sport an undefeated club.
i Stetson with their impressive
the title again. for his act group and
10 win over the Tars standsat
this In this
wan top lone.
how put the halfway point Inquest Me will enter competition the top -01 the league with a

of that honor last at gags: Saturday morning 2.1 mark, although the winnerof

achieved\ In 1954, the unbeaten ; la JftduMivUle at the the Miami.Florida Southern

j Unckeyes are at the top of The Terry Parker High School, contest today will be tied with
the Hats.
Associated Press major college foothill field aralmt the
The of Miami,
University
rankings for the second straight ether eight cone winners
week. from Florid and South which lost a conference decision
to defending NCAA soccer
Ohio State with five victories, Grla.Thll .
champion St. Louis University,
ta the first time
Wcelved 32 of the 47 flnt.place 7-0, Saturday in St. Louis, alter
votes" and a total of 4.19. points as slur the competition has
1.0 will
trailing at halftime see
been" running that a local
Ten remained fairly
the Top double action this week. The
static. The only changes from youngster has won a MM 1 w 'Csnes will, host Rollins Saturday

last week's standings were The Tan upset the Hurricanes

made Second In ,the ranked lower Notre four teams.Dame title.76ers CHECKING WITH MIAMI'S TATE University of Miami Head Football Coach Charlie Tate. center, chats 21 In, their first meetingthis :

ind third rated Alabama provided InliJaclison with Tommy Proctor right$ a member o( the DeLand Quarterback Club, and Jack Whitaker program chairman, -season GOOD EFFORT

the Buckeyes with their ''at last night's, session. This was held at the Lake Beres-ford Yacht Club and two more meetings will follow. (Sun Lenny Grace scored the lone

only real opposition for the top News .Photo by Gilmpre) goal for the Hats Saturday while

pot, but the two undefeated the airtight defense was headed
learns had a tighter battle between by Jay Buckner and Gene ,
themselves. BY TATE AT QB CLUB MEETING White along with the outstandinggoal

Alabama, (0 earned eight work of Dave Smith.

frit place votes to Notre WOODY HAYES PHILADELPHIA AP) "1 Jacksonville scored a 5-3 decision -
ttame'elx but trailed the Irish Buckeye BOIlSpurrier over the Macs last Saturday /
.
think we've got the rreateat.YOI'
S.0, in overall point 387.380. .after bowing to the same
,. be surprised. He't
OTHER VOTE \ gonna School club by 6.3 earlier In the season
(Boston Celtics' Bill Russell's Coaches Cited"High
got
'Arkansas, 60, received the timing and he's got a heckof High In the 1964 Individual scoring
ether vote for the top spot and race it I. Stetson's Grace and
a shot and he's tough.
HW 311 points for fourth place. Jacksonville's Rafael Botello
That's the opinion of Ike Rich.
Nebraska (0 retained fifthtftct Biletnikoff ) showing the way with four goals.
with 242 points whtlt Tex. man owner of the Philadelphia school football coaches It b a tremendous game" he INDIANA -, 'This ball club K or 17 outside school are BOW J1]'. Jim Burger and Tim CronIn -,
a 5.1, held sixth with 193.fjTwo 7ters of the National Basketball are doing a great Job throughoutthe emphasized. He added that there Is better than their record and actively recruiting In Florida. of FSC each have three
turns wen dropped Split HonorsJACKSONVILLE Association. Richman may be stale In helping to bring have been disappointments at again It was a.ball game that ,"Miami is going after the best Smith of the Hatters leads all
from the Top Ten after losing patting himself. on the back a Florida football 'up to a higher Miami but was quick to say he we might have easily won. U,we football players in the state," FIC goalies with 40 saves.
last Saturday. Syracuse eight (AP) Steve bit after ,signing Luclous Jackson level," said University of Miami has been greatly encouraged by had gotten a couple of breaks. Tate said "We are Interested in TEAM W. L.
last week, was belted by Oregon Spurrier, Florida sophomore 6 foot 9 Pan American University Head Football Coach Charlie the work of his gridders over the DETROIT "This Friday getting kids that want an education STETSON .2 1
State; 3113. and Virginia! TechtEeated quarterback, and Fred BUetnl- and US. Olympic team Tate as he spoke at last night's season. night: w* will be playing In and want to play football," Rollins 1 1
Florida State, 10th last boll Florida State flanker back, star, to a Then contract Mon DeLand Quarterback dub meet. REASON'S GAMES Detroit against Detroit and all he; explained.HYounisten that Miami 1 1
feek, 2011Jjjhe are cowlnners of the State Backof ,day. But he's apparently put his log staged at the Lake Beresford Briefly running down the we know Is that they are big and pay the price and are dedicatedare Fla, Southern 1 1

newcomers are Oregon, the Week award. la college money where his mouth Is. Yacht Club games the Hurricanes have rough" the one that colleges art Jacksonville 1 2
jJo. 7, and Georgia Tech No. 8. football. (Several member" of the Stet- This was the seventh meeting played this year h* bad the following Tate said that football is a looking for," he said.

The West Coast team blanked Spurrier picked up 184 yards of pen t'nlvermlty Batter btuketball of the season and only'two more comments: scientific game although it might :He commented that Ohio State
Washington 7-0 for Its sixth total' offense In Florida 1714 team' played! atalmt. Jackson In remain. Next Tuesday night the FLORIDA STATE "The not look like it from the stands was a big:, strong ball club that Passers Led
vtralght victory while, the Independent lots to A1 l a b a m a. 'BlletnikoU the NAIA National two'f.ars meeting 'will begin at 7:30 and Seminoles are an exceptional at times, He added that the improvement has gone to the air more this
Yellow Jacket nippedJSflane caught '11 passes' for 12 yards age,) the guest speaker will be Na team that Is mad up mostly of in high school football season and are real tough. He

7.6 for !Its sixth\ In a row.ZJxtulalana as F'SU'dropped a 20' .U verdictto Contract terms with Jackson, tional League Umpire Ed Sudol seniors" In the state was evident as some said he thought that Big, Tea By DavidsonNEW
State, held to a 3.3 Virginia Tech.; the 76ers No. 1 draft choice and the following week, It will be "You have to be dedicated for teams had better offense but

,Qt by Tennessee, fell from seventh Against the nation's I (op- were not announced, but Rich. Coach Gen Ellennon from the the entire 60 minutes In college cited the Southeastern Confer. YORK TAP) -, Cotton
to ninth, and Florida, 1714 ranked defensive team Alabama man hinted it coat him the price University of Florida. ball or high school ball or pro TERRIERSIN ence as having better defense Davidson Oakland second

losers to Alabama, slid from Spurrier completed nine of maybe a thousand kimonos, SPECIAL GlUTS ball," he added.CEORGIA and mort ,dedication. string quarterback until a cow
'tlnth to 10th, of 14 pastes for 141 yards ran "I think we're going to go all DeLand Junior High School TECH "Wt made 'When questioned about the pie of weeks ago Is the 'American .
'.(The Top Ten teams with first3fsc 19 times for 43 yards, passed for the way with him," said Rich- Coach Bob Smith thanked the a few mistakes that hurt us but FINAL SEC, Tate said he felt much the Football League's No. 1
votes In parentheses and one touchdown ran and passed man, with unqualified praise for club members for their Interest we played them good football same way as Georgia Tech. The passer today.
feintsIt' for 11 first downs, did outstanding i the 240,pounder from San Marcos In his team throughout the sea- for three and a half periods. CONTEST SEC is one of the top conferences Latent AFL statistics show

Ohio State ((32) 439 punting and led Florida oa Tex. eon and said he hoped as many They have a fine ball club and la the nation but It is better for Davidson, a nine.year pro veteran
,2. Notre Dame ((8)) 3X7 drives'Blletnlkotf of 71, 61 53 and 42 yard "In the last game with Russia I.. possible would be In the played well"CALIFORNIA The DeLand Junior High a city: like Miami to have an ,.on top In the. league pass
,,,3. Alabama ((8) MO caught passes for there was no question he stands In Daytona Beach at 7 "I feel that School Terriers will be Independent schedule and draw log efficiency ratings after a
FSU touchdown .
r4, Arkansas (1) 311 one He and one conversion was the outstanding! player on o'clock tonight when the Terriersare this club Is a very fine offensive cloning out their season tonight team from throughout the country five touchdown, 419 yard binge
4. Nebraska 242 was described by the floor He took that Russian hosted by Mainland. team and we lost to them only by : In Memorial Stadiumat as that it the way the popula la last Sunday's 407 victory
scout .Upton'Bell of the Baltl- 7..t-I: 'and made him look like 17. It to show just how lion is mad over Denver the Raiders'
"* Texas 193T mot Colts as ':tht best flanker Head Coach Tom Hill( of the goes you Daytona Beach as they up.
Oregon 119 "I vt wen In college." nothing He'i a tough (rid and DeLand Bulldogs Introduced Important the field goal has be are being hosted the On the grid rules, Tate said h* first of the, season. .
The 30 'ear-old caller '
signal ,
8, Georgia Tech M Th. choices were announced MbDd, ". gonna push him Coaches Tom Davidson and Bill come. If w* could have gotten Mainland Junior High grid felt they should be the same for who considered) retiring after

;9. Louisiana State 72 today by Jack Hairston, president around, Bradford of his staff and Coach one w* could have won this den who are undefeated, high school, college and pro In Inning, his starting job to Tom
Jackson makes his debut with of one" Earlier In the the connection with the substitute.
10 Florida 60'Qne of the Florida Sportiwrit- I Bryce Francis the Bullpupt. season Floras last year, completed 25
en Association and sports editor. the team tonight when the TSert Special guests from the Bulldog PITTSBURGH "They were Terriers dropped a tough When you watch a game you of 34 tosses and set a club
of the. Jacksonville Journal. take on the St, Louis Hawks at squad last night wert Mike a big strong club and again we (0 decision tt this team have to adjust to the rules as a record for Hit
Partner Honorable mention was accorded New Yoi'k. Hell make his home Cooper, Mike Murphy Eddie had some good efforts In the 20- and they will be eager to' different level. In' high school career.high passing performance yardage.shot

Bob Blletnlkoff. Miami debut Saturday-hls 2Trd: birthday Qutnn and Gary Breckenridg, 20 tie and"' could have well, wonthis gain revenge. for this set ball every youngster has more of him past Kansas City's Lea
quarterback; and brother of -ajtuMt the New York Hill said ,that this week the one. back. a dance to play. Dawson In league passing figures
Remains In PSI,'. Fred: Pat Conway Fill Knickerbockers, Hall play forward Bulldog would be playing at All fans, planning to at. "1 would say that Florida probably .
defensive halfback, Larry Dupree with the club, Apbpka against the Blue Darters Identical Cards tend the contest are reminded has one of the beat teams Davidson received 52 of a
Florida ,halfback; John In three teutons at Pun In another Orange Belt: Conference that the action will they have had in recent years" possible 60 efficiency points to
Felber,. Florida fullback; Val American Jacknon scored lA5ft: game and hoped' as many SAN JOSE Calif. '(AP) begin at 7 o'clock. Tate said when asked about .the 48 for Dawson and 41 for John
Llston; Camp Johnson Tampa quarterback; points for a 24.1 average and of the members would be thereat Two golfers, one from San Gators. Hadl of San Diego.\
Andy Slxklller, Miami defennlv grabbed 1,427 rebounds. possible. He also said that the Francisco tnd the other from

"PLYMOUTH Ma... (AP back: and ,Steve Tenet, FSU lone remaining home game Chicago turned In Identical TO
you're quarterback. would be against Titusvlll on cards, Monday to lead the
the lone healthy sparring
partner still standing against PESKY Nov. 19. amateur qualifiers for the Al. Shopping For A 1965 Model?

Viciously good Sonny Llston. i Wilt Mending Program chairman for the maden Open Tournament startIng -
Your name-Amos (Night IS NEW night was Jack Whitaker who here Thursday.
Jraln Lincoln. Introduced Tate. The guest iSan Francisco's Jim Westfal]

pour 'Job-Stay alive,..keep SAN FRANCISCO (AP PIRATECOACH speaker' aald he was always and John Harbinaon of Chicago '.. ,
Well...and prepare the ex,champion ,Wilt Chamberlain. ,\'whom ,prolonged pleated to speak before groups shot' par for the rugged Alma; See The Florida :Bank. For .
den
,! for his self styled day of "4tomechl ache" has Interested In athletics, "I've Country dub course
reckoning Nov. It with Caaslus caused the San Francisco War. been In the game of football an Late entries In the pro ranks

Clay the man who lifted his non. severe, pain, U about ready my' life,'. the likeable Tat said for th $23000 content Included
.
titleYou.'ve to resume hilt role as pro bas' BOSTON AP-Depesed In opening his part of tile pro. Bob' Rosburg.. 1959 PGA champion.
heavyweight Manager ,Johnny ,
ketball's Red Sox The, 72 hole tournamentwill
\ gram. ,
most prolific
scorer '
watched 10 ,
sparring Pesky b 11| Y* | torn ".Football II a wayoflife Include 135 professionals,
mates fall battered and 'bleedW The 7 foot 1 Chamberlain, who ,
practical experience at a with 'a pro-amateur round
by the wsyslde. There's still has led National Basketball coach will make him a tchedyled<< Wednesday..
three weeks to Association scorers for the put '
go.f
better manager If he Stan Mikita
.1 love to see the late after-' five 'sessonsworked<< ,out with should'get another chance. ". %
Boon, It means I've made! It the Warrior Monday for. the Pesky was named a ;
voiding! :
through another one," confided first time since Sept. 21., coach Monday by the new Pacing LoopMONTREAL
Lincoln at Llston't plush white He was hospitalized for four manager of the Pittsburgh
Results
cliffs resort training camp Mon weeks with what doctors finally Pirates, Harry The Hat
day. Fresh sea breezes blow diagnosed a* an Inflamed pancreal Walker. AP) Fiery NEW CARFINANCING
across this mayhem manor just Stan Mikita, Junior member of ...A.V SOCIAL
r few miles from where the Team officials said ,today,th* the Chicago BlarHawb'\ two- :iiw* euiKiit' 4. Dttar Ha-
demolition team, U off to 1I1 A TV ti ti*.4i ehee., e..ld
290 pound Chamberlain U on a eragea, they said U wH U man .
fUgrlms-they never got pastDie Law.. Nrvi" el D... .wll.. .
amateurs-landed. controlled diet. He Is avoiding cutting down on hta daily intake an explosive getaway la defenseof a, o.sarr ..ar.a.Y' 11 W_....
Ms National Hockey League Awe. 1, IINw,. n..m 1.Mart. .
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carbonated of all foods.CI1
fried food and bev-
Sonny's ready, mentally and scoring title. :l.'.AIh' Mnpe, ret.hIet.
physically" tcr.. !
Night Train said."Ile's .
Mikita. who with Bobby ,Hull, a'.M4 hl I h' teats 5,5N, Eli,
going to knock: Clay out BRAVES MENTIONED give Chicago It* best 13 punch I MIS'' ,tt>;.., 54.
real quick-the first time he sine the Bentley brothers, KtftA
catches him good In a corner leads the ,league with a five- Del Prsssssu", 1. ..,..".. aM.1d
nwr..n 11 C..Irel

In Talk game The total 34.year-old of U points center hopes Items' 1..i, D.SawMH"da.." r.a. 1/ TealC..r MONTHLY', PAYMENT SCHEDULE
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to become tilt,first repeater as ..!.. ."... fclfl ...-. M4.
scoring king,, tau Dtckt Nana. "'." Haw .>"!.., IOUI
i&ALLAHASSEE (AP)- Florida Moore then "of, Montreal, Ml** "!' (... IMS.COBS '. A.,f1aac" 12 MOS. 19 MOS.. 24 Mas. 20 M04 ..34..!!:..
State, omitted from this achieved the feat six *
week's national rankings, buckled UCONIER. Pa. (API What tn certainly did a lot ef talking ago. Max .Bentley. IB season 194S-46 Jack's .wgverd N INO e.suur..t ae'.nh S 500.00 :43.88 S 29.91' S 22..M S 18..78 S 15.97Slooo.oo

don today la hard prepa- do general managers ,and other a four-hour session and after and 'M n, .was the only! Black aria ,Drve.II Wills h. Otte,.u'a. Tina.He"1", S 87.72 S 59.83 S we S 31.52 S 31.94
fatten for Saturday' home foot.'ame t dinner break they burned the Hawk win two titles wNa Wsar Tea 11 T""* Sae. '
ever to point SUB S 47.91
11 with fileS executive from 11 of 20 major \ S, l.ank..rd rviwl N..e t, SI.soo.co 5131.58 S 89.7 5 68.S3 S
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fhe Mississippi> \ team has beat- : closed. door In a' secluded- resort ono knows sine newsmen were last season two'' mar than M* Hit, hlk* Maw Mme it,.tnr.setrr !'* HM4ITkvmai S2.S00.00 5219.30 S149.57 5114.71 S 93.79 S 79.85
FSU In the last four ,am... ? not permitted to sit In on the Hull. 5111.55 S 95.82
Tie Semlnoles loosened upnday "Baseball utunllyW'.a14 tlA..AOII.. 53.000.00 $2&3.11 5179.49 $131.65

,.. from Saturday's 2011' Joe Li Brown, general manager meeting While the meetings were private Bobby Joe Ghee. the Chicago DeL.H*,-*f. Dde.4 M *! ,AM e.l.a.e*-tunli CretA ....
to to Virginia Tech It was the of the Pittsburgh Pirate who and generally reported Bears' outstanding punter hold kiN S, *..: ':. OrM **.= tlTM
first loss of the .. h*. 1 S, thtrwmWiihaiiitJin
season for thelem11IoIp. the Gator Bowl record for the
metered the Idea ef such' a session geared to such topic as bonus ..
.. and destroyed their tile first ever held outside players and farm clubs tile longest kick Th*' slender Oklahomaa ; mltm. kiH .""'.. sat

5;..place. la the Associated the regular league meeting and question of Milwaukee moving sent one 71 yards against colic Ovtft e*rtv. klk.'. kit W.NN m (.....44.... S04fIII
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talk at World Series Oboe It* franchise to Atlanta was a* .
The meeting opeaed Monday Injected by a newsman.Joha .

at the exclusive, Rollltg Rock McRal. general manag.r Florida
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