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No. 51 VoL 10 Wednesday, October 28,1964 DC Land, Florida 32720 W Q G TM AamlaM r..w Of Pw *

I I U. s. Forecasts Sharp Ride In Stale CiI'i Output I

WASHINCTON'APTh.( Agriculture covery of trees la Florida and much larger than a year earlier. maneS for fresh and processed: I The summary said exports of i iI I are expected to be moderately a rear ago with most ef the Florida orange production V
Department Mid today Texas from freezes in 1962. I Continued strong consumer d. ,I fruit Is la prospect" ,j I I I both tread and processed fruits |I I 1| larger In till 1964'65 season than I gain la processed fruit*. It said ,I expected to be US minion bo*

a sharp Increas In preduetloa It predicted thai the Increase canned peaches and fruit cocktail es tip 43 per cent and the grape

of citrus fruit Is In prospect for will mean greater supplies of -leading export Item*-.are fruit production Including California .
19643, due largely to rapid n- frozen orange concentrate and H In record supply la expected to be 40! milt

Candidates Reminded other processed Item Agent Forecasts Five Per Gent; HiKe In Local Production It also reported that export otfre lion boxes, up 23 per cent
Production of other fruits, the .h fruits may match the 1963-
CAP Seeks Members
Circuit Court Clerk Jess department said, may not match 64 volume and some gain maybe

Matha reminded candidates In 1965! the record 196< crop Volusls County citrus grovesare hen, Townsend said, however, 1K2: when temperature tell to a I tour yean to come back to any recorded In tree lut exports The DeLand Civil Air Patrol
that the last monthly report they which benefited from generally expected to produce approximately "U that report is true for the record 11 degree and remainedat semblance ot normal citrus pro mainly because of the large 1964 unit will be accepting new member
are required to tile, prior to five per cent more fruit almond crop. during the next two weeks.
election on Tuesday, will be oa favorable weather la 1964-U than last year, county state then Volusla Isnt recover. luhfreedng many hours ductlon The summary, discussing citrus All persons over 13 years of age
Monday "From now until mid.1965! ," agriculture agent T. R. Townsend big from the 1362: freeze.damage Townsend said that It this Area groves "ar. looking good fruit, said the crop ot Interested la becoming members)
He also advised that the time the department said In a summary I said today.Referring as rapidly. the rest of the winter's temperatures Inflict no now," Townsend said Recent early, mid.season and navel or are Invited to call CommanderBob
for making deposit to their of the fruit situation, 0-1 to the prediction by state." appreciable damage to citrus re- heavy rainfall has benefited the anger Is forecast at (01 million Lee, S29L Retired per
campaign lund expires during tal supplies of processed the U.S. Agriculture! Departmentof Citrus trees !In Volusla sustained fft\'e", will "apeed up rapidly," tree, and cool weather has boxes, up 37 per cent from the sons are especially Invited) WJoin.
this week. citrus fruits are expected to be I a sharp rise In citrus produc- severe wood damage In hut' that "It will take three or speeded coloring ol fruit. 1963! M crop :
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I''. Goldwater, Holley Win I I U.S.'Regrets'. State Official:


in Stetson mock election :

Views Ballotamendments

Republican candidates tor for governor of Florida. Holley of those aligned! with! the GOP [ ,
president of the United States scored 318 votes against Democrat casting ballots for Johnson.
: Hayden Burns' 220. For. Apparently, 10 voters who Flight)
and of Florida won
governor inner Governor LeRoy Collins expressed party preference did
wide and narrow victories In a received four write-in votes not vote for either presidential
mock election yesterday on and Miami's mayor Robert candidate. r rlr
Stetson University's campus at King High, unsuccessful candidate Of the total voles, C5 were I SAIGON Viet Nam (AP) ", ,
DeLand. for the Democrat nomi cast by male students; 331 A U.S. Air Force CU1 transportshot By HELEN miLE Inca! school\ construction. The f
Out of 767 votes cast by students nation for governor polled 30 were cast by females; and U down near the Vietnamese Pull News Staff Writer bond sales cannot continue unlen
and faculty members. write. .In ballots. were faculty member votes. Cambodian frontier Saturday Secretary of Stale Tom Adams the date of maturity (Jan. )E
Barry M. Goldwater garnered Party preference was expressed Clearest trend lit the mock I was hit while Inadvertently flyIng Llli jesterdsy called upon voters to 1983)) Is extended
by 777 voters 349 election was disinterest Less over Cambodian territory, a give thoughtful consideration to AMENDMENT" I
tee Picture M Page S choosing the Republican party than 45 per cent of the 1,730 U.S. Embassy spokesman said the LI constitutional amendments Amendment 4. Adams said la
and 328 aligning themselveswith students and faculty members today. Eight Americans per. / on the Nov 1 ballot and voteon controversial It provides that
389 to- ,defeat Democrat Lyn the Democrats.The eligible\ vote cast ballots lahed In ,the unarmed craft. /! lli III every one. the principal/ ) as well u the bttesvest
don B. Johnson, who polled election produced marked Dan Kllbrtde, president ot The spokesman said armed : Speaking before 125 membersand of the Stale School Fund may
369.But party.switching, with IS of the university's Young Democrats helicopters lent to the area Sun" M r, guests of West Voluala civic be used for construction of pun
the big upset was by those of Democrat preference reported election results day In an operation to recover 1 clubs, Adams said to consider lOtIo..... M rams Scan
Charles Holley, GOP contender voting for Goldwater and B! to the Sun Newl.Deadline the bodies aim war fired,?; on rF--.t A s 'whether' each amendment Is
from Cambodia They\ returned good or bad for Voluala County"
the fire. Seven bodies were Adams spelled out the purposeof Chief Justice
Barry Charges
'Kidnap1President Set picked up. The eighth has lot n .i 't+t I each constitutions amendment .
been found and commented upon those
Boon: LOOTED which were controversial.
,fw Wreckage of the transport 1* On Amendment 1, giving approval Backs Rule
strewn along a hill about 230 WELCOME SECRETARY OF STATE of the legislative reapportlonment -
Says Over Funds yards Inside Viet Nam 170 miles Mrs Vincent Could It. Tom Adams calling for 43 senators i
I. north of Saigon. GuerrOlaa !tad and 112 members In the house
stripped the plane of Its Insignia California of representative*, Adams noted
I I11om.ber'
and looted the bodies of Tragedy the Ui S. Supreme Court already On 'Shuffle'WASHINGTON
had declared this sppartlnnment
'No War Game' For 'Parade personal effects.
TIIIt embassy spokesman sale) plan McmwtUutkwiel.' He said
the CHS, overflight '.f Oarr-H-. further' consideration Is being. '
I dies territory .apc.mtlr..<.*.*' Crashes withheld until after ttt """JIIe.H. (AM Chl t
; LOS ANGELES.: Calif.. (AP) aimed primarily at voters In Dlrtctort of et nel', Merchants due to, difficulty in Imrdeff.lden* ; suggested VoTualasj/\ consider Justice Carl Warren refused to 1
President Johnson, who Southern California. Division yesterday set 'tiflcation and bad weather dur whether this plea I II advantageous ell,' W stay erfeertrw of n
,y I claims he Is wrapping election :The- President's strongest' Nov. IS as deadline In a drive to JIll a joppiy dropping ," M Vnlusfons, order filet Virginia, must resp"
Issues around Barry Colds I language was prepared for theN raise U.OOO)! to finance the annual He said that, while the AMENDMENT f portion both house of Its Ceo
water's neck, said today he will Mexico crowd. Christmas parade scheduled States' regrets the IIIII'I Nine Men Killedthen I Amendment 3, he laid, permit era Assembly/ by Po. 15.
"not play the war game of Muff He said: The states In the tor 2 p.m. Dee. J, "It should "be pointed out the .legislature. to estsbllsh/ nine I The order Issued by a spe 1
and bluster," election are success end suM I A treasury report showed the tLtii are onarmea mtiportaircraft year turml law the (berg fI' aid three.Judge federal eourt hi
Johnson bore down on toes.tines val. The Issues are recklessness Christmas parade fund, composed and.. the C12J Involved\ I EL CENTRO. Calif. (AP) A faltered, hit a power pole/ Regents iptrY.lqr.te\ colleges Alexandria, Va., rut the terma
of war and peace la a or responsibility." of,cash contributions and I !In this particular! mlssloa was I, Jet' bomber summed low ever a and smashed la flaming pieces and universities and to of Incumbent state senators to !
speech prepared for an outdoor Going on to stress Issues money ,raised through a public unarmed." crowded reviewing stand and across the center ot a Navy expand the board from seven to two year and caned for a .....
audience at Albuquerque, KM. which he says find him and auction of donated merchandise, base, killing nine men. nine members. Each: will serve eta election before January
start of a daylong tour throughthe Goldwater far apart, Johnson stood at 11,674.Directors Among those who died were on staggered terms. lJII8.
West that actually was concluded In his stiffest lan approved] an Initial I LIONS CLUB SPEAKERHospital's the three crewmen of the AID "Higher public education needs Hale Airy, Gee Robert T.
guage: "We cannot and we win payment of $300 to a commit twin Jet\ bomber a broader base," ke said. "Wo Button petitioned Warren for a
not play the war game of bluff of the Junior Chamber! Commerce The\ other six victim. were need a larger board and the stay of the order, so thatIn
and Muster. That risk Is tooIftat. which will' produce' the men In building near the runway members seed ft longer tern could .be considered by the
." parade. Director Cites of the El Centre Naval Air This\ would give continuity," fun Supreme Court on a later

The merchants also ,voiced) Facility, where the plan Amendment I pertains to appeal.Warnn.
ALBUQUERQUE N.M. tAP) special thanks to members of PI crashed Tuesday during a parachuting school fOMfnctlon bonds. Its made no comment (Ii
: President and Mrs. Johnson Kappa Alpha fraternity at Stetson demonstration. approval will extend. to the year refusing to Interfere with the
I will go to Texss to vote In person University. Members of the Need For Thirty.five persona were Injured 1,000, the bond program\ which lower coot crdor *
t and to get the election returns fraternity conducted a car wash Care-Program / sir trllIc.n,.. provides funds for public school Virginia state senators trdl o
+ r.VJrSecrecy there next Tuesday night Saturday and turned proceeds The 70,000 pound ,Jet fame rontrucllon. The bonds are re- partly. would serve until IMf.
I Without going Into details, over to the parade fund. apart In the air after one wing pall( through revenues derived Under the special court's ordejr'
White House press secretary CAROL SING snagged! the line The from the license. tag fees. The In they would have to stand for reelection
George Reedy announced The need for some adequateprogram eared that he could not discuss power dividual counties benefit from In November 19(1
today Directors will shower of
that the Johnsons win to begin now plan to meet the hospital the specific type of program but /blazing wrerksgescsttered the sale of these slate' bonds for !House "member, who serve two
go nlng for carol sings and a roving 400 yards across
and medical bills of those with "we can say that some type ef terms, ..
their home year come ap for *
stste. Instead of downtown "
Santa Claus buildings and lots
duringthe limited! or no Income was voiced aid 1 11 Reeded. It win be up to parking setting Boa next ,
remaining at the White House to Declaim Blnl( Cane Settled. year.TALLAHASSEE
IIollda111'lJlln. over admlnlstrator two major fires smashing
last night by Harry Dudley, the government to develop a
w the -
get returns.
sponsoring a Christmas lighting building, setting. aulna afire.
of the West Volusla that will take
plan adequately
Under Texas law, the John contest was delayed until directors WOMEN (1fllJRKN The missing emu from Ponce AP) Ttfj
sons could !have cut absentee determine If funds would beavailable. Memorial IlneplteLDudley care of those who cannot "meet Women and children. OLeon Iprlngs war found deed, Florida! Supreme Court voted 81
.. rv.Icwntn's
at bill
speaking a meeting hospital and medical
ballot Deputy Sheriff Beryl Nettles today to admit rhlllp fitrphej,
Ordered merchants In of the DeLand Lions dub, would Using statistic liberally his dependents were said today, flennett/ of Tallahassee. the rUip.M .
Downtown De- victim
not specifically comment on the talk, the administrator noted among the *.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP of A settlement war made with Bar and the practice ef law
VATICAN Cmr (APProsiding Land will permit use store "Women were running
but arras
proposed Medicare program that the hospital! closed Its third
the of the although he felled .
Sea. Barry Goldwater said management springs the bar ..n.sminattnn
in Halloween
officers at the Vatican Friday a the
street through the
did say that the present "Kerr fiscal year Sept. 30 with a total burning and those Involved W
allegedly in twlre
Ecumenical Council today ordered today President Johnson "kid window painting contest sponsored heat with their hair fire "
MW. don. of on ,
measure has not the tlUOOO la accounts receiv .
removing the bird. Nettles added In Its action, the
full secrecy: for the Roman naped the Democratic party"for by the city's recreation 3011" I I said a .IIn". "Their children court saMDennett
eventual able.CWRAXCe No arrests were made U the \ wu technically
Catholic assembly's debate delivery to SocialPw depc quaa.
I Bypassing discussion on the"' CLAIMS were streaming.
'had.a.e no Twi io..daud Pee. Twat I cue fled and morally fit j.
the delicate" modern
of more _
Medicare proposal, Dudley bid-! Ke said (that JO per rent ,of The crowded main exrhanie -
world problems, presumably these bills have been due for comprising a drugstore, sue eAvesJ daI
eluding birth control. more than 130 day and that 43 permsrket and sssck bar -
Before reaching! the !beast or per cent are current bills due was kit by the plunging fusel.
debate oa current world problems / .less than 30 days. Dudley said .
the eouncO first honoredthe that 39 per rent of this money age.A wing smashed Into the sta
late Pop Jobs XXm, who is tied up (1& Insursare claim. tion's administration building
called the council to attune Ro (hat win bit paid and that 34 A mass of flaming wreckage
man Catholicism with modem pet cent of It la owed by patients plunged Into the post theater
time. 1 rl HIM la the hospital./ and killed James Wall 27, of
,{ During the part fiscal' year, Long Bach, a qusrtermaster !!!!
Ham Flail Cuba Oct. 1, mi, to Sept' 1964. the u he was testing a film which r
hospital/ charged off $1. '. .OnO. Of
was to have been shown' TMS-
MIAMI CAP)- Havana Radio this amount, Dudley said, 41 p.r day night Get the world's finest
said today a 10-Inch deluge destroyed cent was charged to charity A sailor painting chairs In a
buildings and homes patient and W per cent wss service building hit by the plane
Tuesday In Placer del Rio. Havaaa placed b the 'Inactive '('MUnl." was bounced off the ceiling beating oil fromDon's
sad Matanzas province. or bed debt Silos. Some will be then rune out through a hole M *
A two-story apartment house collected tit,,",'" outside raOec- a wall The building burst bile
la Old Havana collapsed bat R tine attendee. or court action.DwVey flames He raa to aid his
none ef the 119 occupant was said\ that during thepest friends, trapped|"iuW" ''. and wu
reported Injured. The rata sent year 2,131 persons had .ben hurled beck by a Mast and Is- Fuel Service
some rivers out el their beaks,, I admitted to the hospital sa lacrease )juredBladjig.
farting evacuation el some fam ef 2O over be( Will .Jt fuel showeredmuch
ilies. fiscal year, Of these "patients, .4 .
of the quarter mile ef Gulf f Solar" Neat Dealer
per cent were) from the DeLaad looped atta.Lecture .
Some New Can area* U per cent from OrsageOfy
> U per rent. from Meet' For This Area3018outh
DETROIT UP) Crippling Vofuaia twisty areas; 4 per cent Scheduled 1t
local.\level strikes eoaoaned from ovt-efeMurryi 1 per rent
today at 3 General Motor from OaBary, sad less thus 1 THe publie Is tavtted to hear BoulfTtrd PbeM 73U901
plats., but the antomaklag per cent from IXtnaa, the east a lecture M 'Evnlutloe ef Core.ke0ar -
glut at least, wu getting a coast sad eutdNat.. I Stetson and FttaetlasV
pickle! el sew can mat. Ke noted that M per rest el smwrew at Stetson L'aiveratty 'look For The Orange and Blue
The fatted' Auto Workers the dmieataM are persnes ever The speaker la fir Donald CCnndmsa
41 el and 10 rent a member el the fee-
Utter railed off year sge per
a 3lday aatlo
wide strike agates CM Sunday*, PRINCIPALS. AT LIONS MOTING-Harry Dudley Mt, administrator at thWett are children lsge4 Iii'imi, airy el the J HIIUS Miller Medt- Tank Truck"
but It permitted] bargaining ,Voluaia Memorial HosrAal displays a chtrt .showing the average dally patient II cad renter at the Uahrerslty efFlorida.
Halts stir without. attWptaatrarklNf .. load at the hospital during iu tint three,year of operation It J:.LH, profram chairman TXe kesNrt rewnVd 1Mbirtha sad the program will
tfinnrMi to stay ell at Ut night's meeting the DeLand LJoni Club and a member,"f.the hospital's during Us tint .Hers! year begin at 1:. p m. la the son Cull Cr dU Card Honored
el of
the )nfc Us support of 1ot&I...- ,.authority, viewi the chart. The' peak; wu a M-patiet per day average. : la febnury. aIIdI. 1903 and thai lowest M to Witt 21 during Kaea
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': Is Faced By Attorney JDA'

0 MIAMI (AP) Seventeen .
I counties in the Cen rat
\V- Cecil Grant, former Day now faces suit In Occult: Court 1
and South floodcontrol
tona Beach attorney, who has over another': .
Ij I district may 'find JACKSONVILLE (AP) The
bee scored by County JudgeJohn Walter AShelley u admjnlastrator -
Byington for his alleged C.T.A of the\ estate of themselves facing 100 per Florida League, of Municipalities

improper handling of one estate, Gertrude S ckett filed! ,ult cent property assessments want a law banning any
against Grant and the First AtLantlc. MOCK KUOTION Nancy it Dade County has It* way. municipality within three to fee

National Bank .of .Day Weed left, freshman at Stet- Dade: was recently: forced, mUM of aa existing city, to

Blood BankReplenished I coma Beach, '. ti Woe University, votes for candidate Into a 100 per cent assess leave room for expansion by aanegation. .

Helene Fowler, sole beneficiaryof .( her choice at a ment by a court suit, .

her aunt's estate, contendsthat meek electim yesterday *a the which win nearly double The proposal was Included In

Grant failed to file as partof eanps Miss Weed who was its payment to the district a report by the committee on

the estates asset a bank account oecond nmner-np bi a recent from 12.3 million to. annexation adopted by the

i and certain item and PI Kappa I'IiIutr contest. $4.1 million...* league during their convention

equipment in Mr*. Sackett' K, a '- ., WM among 717 student and The county's contributions ending Tuesday.
I home. ,.,, _s faculty member voting In the 97 per cent, of the ,18'county Included In the report how

The suit .allegei that Crjmtconverted etootlon. At Ito table are tots. ever, was a provision that no)

28 Pints these asset "to, his Jean Chandler, freshman from The Codntyi metro gov further action be suggested until

By ', tine, and benefit" W Ft Myrna. A member ol the ernment"sent a, letter to the legislative council convjnlttoe

DISCHARGE!: BEVQKED university's fount Democrat' State Comptroller Kay! E. on Judicial and law re*

Last July Bylngton revoked the dub, and Don WUeex. Mpbo- Tuetday'demanding, : form,, holds hearings\ < Nov ..
r Qne. of the largest Red Cross final discharge In. the $29.444 more tram FtttBbargh, Pa., a that the 17 other counties FOIST STRESSEDThe

Mood drawing in many month Sackett estate and ordered snetnbee1 W tbo Yeong RepnaBCMM. mthe district be forced committee report con
Grant its stand S. Mem note td assess at 100 per cent
ras staged yesterday In the Red executor "to by ( a by eluded with the emphatic state
.The letter stated that
and abide whatever this
tide Rooms at Fish Memorial by BWtop) Dade County was being ment that "no annexation bill II,
court! and another lawful. -
Hospital when 37 persons appeared may discriminated against. or ever has been or will be,
and 28 pint of blood ly consider + ,? arwiw.wNraaHM' as.rsess. considered which would permitthe
Green was told la the,
administrator AmendmentsAre Views
appointed Shelley
were received. Nine were turned I Barry letter that Florida law requires dissolution, elimination or
of the remaining assets -
down for various reasons but I Market absorption by municipality
him to see that assessments any
of the estate and authorized News
these !my give at a later date. him "to take such action la the I Viewed Demo Kidnap be uniform "be or any other municipality" without .. C

The.Lions Club of DeLand led proper court a* may seem ap tweeD property la each its consent

the list of organizations with 10 propriate." Summary county) and property in The league propose a general

members contributing for a fellow Mile Fowler In June filer, a From' every county or taxing district annexation bill for the state

Lion now at J. Hllll Miller petition before the court asking From Page J From 1 I la the state." which would block (7 kinds of

Hospital In Gainesville. They for an Inveetla Uon and accounting A* retwrie** .y AP and the of city-county government-one

were James H. Glider, Harvey of the estate's assets. At local Reynolds. and c:.. effk*. Area Towns for each of the counties.

J. Jernlgan, Charles K. Roberts, that time she alleged that Grant Ralph A. Marsicano, attorneyfor
declined 1st* when he chose Sea. HubertH.
U.S. Steel on a disappointing -
Vincent Gould He schools Including college and Need Cited the league, said In the report
Larfy'Loadboltz, acquired a $6,664 checking account earning report while universities. Humphrey as his running
William B. Flowers, RaymondW. belonging to. her aunt and the stock market M a whole LAKE: HELEN mete there 1 I. one possibility of
Adams said the Interest Is allocated
Bucy Jr., Dr. Richard Voll, took certain household Items" moved irregularly early this aft. Tickets will be available at The Republican nominee for a breakthrough la convincing
Donald W. Thortnon and JohnB. as his own property." currently equally between For Programfirst the Legislature to pass an annexation -
wu moderately the White House hammeredaway
ernooH. Trading all counties. H* said many 4ne door tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. law.
active 'grade school people are op.poled" fpr the Garden dub Halloween at his charge that JohnsonIs He proposed eon stlrational
The next largest Grant In denied
group were an answer
stilt beset hungry for and accused
The market wu by because will power ,
even ladles of the St Monica's "wrongfully ,and illegally" appropriating they I.ellt dessert games night at Hopkins amendment for consolidation ot
anal11IBId. the President of trying to
pro election caution, allow the money;to be used for Ffom Pago 1 certain function of city and
circle of St. Peter' Church. the property- and .' and by iloW progress 'In junior colleges ,and universitiesand Hall. Come for dessert frighten people Into voting for "
These were Marie Monroe, Edith money, Mind stay to play favorite him county operation
local plant; deputes"stGeneral your
fettling the public schools would no
Monroe, Catherine Berne, Mar. The cull ask* the court to determine Dade County has such a plan-
the of- "I the Arizona
Motors despite longer benefit. game. There will be table and charge, senator -
'' the bank la tun and 448 last Its metropolitan (Metro)
'garct Basso, Pauline Brandt, If account year, year. govern
tidal end of the strike On Amendment 5 and 6 said, "that the Johnson machine
door prizes. Those playing are .
Carol Lascelles and Alice, Moul- still In existence or U the funds The hospital now bandies all ment.
1 11 driven lust for
took fractional lou In Adams'pointed that Involve by power
CM a out they uked to their cards Jacksonville
ton. are traceable to another ac bring own births since the closing last year Lou Hitter, city
by fear of the of
a mixed auto group. eight counties which ask exposure
of Fish Memorial commissioner named th.le'rue' .
ELKS CLUB count. or Hospital' maternity wa
Small gains were posted by a to appoint instead of elect their games. wrongdoing in high places, by
The Elks: dub of DeLand Grant's handling of the $1833,739 string of airline, chemicals and school superintendent. The counties fear of punishment and by hopeof ward. new presidentDeadline

made their !usual good! showing estate of William Edwin Ward electronics are Escambla, Lake, Martin, Caisadaga.Lake Helen Wom special privilege" On the average last year, Dudley

with six members contributing: The also was court criticized ordered by aa Bylngton.audit of: Utllltlet were iteady, rape Okeechobee, Palm Beach, Puts an's dub members planning toattend Goldwater alternated between said, 72 per cent of the hospl. Set

(These were Charles 0. Benton, the Ward estate', assets and thoroughly icrambled. Rubbers nam, Seminole and Taylor. It the federation meeting defense and attack!: In a soeech tal's 70 beds were filled each

Dr. Ed W Zwlcker, Joseph S. Grant was' 'required to account and building material declined approved by the voter in the In Ormond Beach Nov. 4 prepared for a rally at Cedar. day.The

Peck, Elmer A. Mitchell who tor:aOL funds \in the estate.Tliree lightly, state, the question of appointment should make reservations with Rapids, Iowa. It kicks off a dayof hospital performed 3,500 Over Funds

I contributed his 31st pint; ElmerR. A rite In machine tools or&en VI. election must' be submitted Mrs. Richard Paul or Mrs. Midwestern vote-hunting that X-rays; conducted 21,100 laboratory

RIntz and Odell Dugger.i -. III September, war regarded ai to the voter-.In county Luther Kuhn by Friday.' The will take him also to OsnkoshtWH tests; administered" 35J

i' The Gallon dub memberswere I Enter' an omen ef plane for business for. their approval. first meeting of the local club and East St. Louis, HI. pints of blood; handled 3,300 persons .

led by Flower who contributed expansion but the itock: market AMENDMENT 7 was postponed until Nov. 11 Johnson, he said, "has failed in Its emergency ward or 1

his 34th pint, Ralph E. i showed moment fiectio- % of this- Adams strongly approves ot because of the federation"meet- to arouse real gross root support which 82 per cent were treated TT'aEarle

Mitchell donated his 28th-pint, at the Amendment 7 to give the legislature Ing. for his candidacy." and released'and U per vent .
Court Pleas
Tommy Downing his '27th pint; The Associated Press averageof authority to provide for were admitted for additional Kelley, manager of Me-

Lester 1 Step 25); Robert S. 60 stocks at noon was oft .2 a line of succession for public GLENWOOD United' Fund Set treatment; served 91,000 meals, Cro1 '. store and chairman of

McKlbbea (15); Charles R. Roberts at 330.9 wltlLjnduitrlali .oil .6,' officers In case of enemy at The public' Is Invited to attend and filled 33,400 prescriptions.. the event yesterday reported oa
Of InnocentCircuit oft .1 and utllltlei J. the: Christmas bazaar at There are 131 full time em .
(12); Gould (14) ; RIntj up tack To Name OfficersOfficer the contest to director of the
'(U); Benton '(U) and Robert. The Dow Jones. Industrial av- "This amendment will fill a Fellowship Halt, GlenWood ployes at the hospital, plus Uphysicians Merchants Division.

Heebner Jr (U). crags at noon was off .42, at'Prices definite void In our constitution," Presbyterian Church tomor- on the active staff: said the contest wouldbe
Judge Robert H. Wing- 175.51. Adams said. He pointed out that row from 9 a.m. to 5 ''p.m. et the West Volusla two on emeritus states and 23
,field yesterday held arraignment : on the.American Stock in case of an emergency due to I Christina- gifts,, and cards will United Fund are scheduled: to be consulting.physicians, most Inn supervised thoroughly by recreation
donor were: Susan J, for a man and a woman Exchange were generally high attack, there is I be included in""the variety of elected tonight at a meeting at Daytona Beach, Dudley said department personnel
I Bennett,Inn D. Terrene, James both indicted by the grand Jury enemy' po provision aKldts under direction of Tom Sperling,
er in l'I'Ioderat.radln' ,. for filling the Cabinet and on sale., 7.30: In the conference room -of Eight local .dentists, also are
F. Gay, Carol Iibell. Charles C. last week In separate murder' ;Corporate bond were' mostly other state offices. The' snack bar, to, be open the Florida Bank at DeLand. members of the staff.AUXIUARY superintendent. -

Cassady Gerald E. Frierson ease' unchanged to lightly higher. On Amendment 8, he noted that from 10 a.m. to 4 fin. win Earlier this month a 13-mem- PRAISED
Jr., Robert Gregory; the' Rev. Joseph Martin 30, Oak Hill U.S. governmeat bond ad this "makes no substantive feature homemade foods Including ber board of directors for the Dudley heaped praise on the Merchants President Everett

Ralph Wataoat and Phyllis S. pleaded Innocent to the shotgun vanced.At change" clam chowder, bakedbeans UF wa* elected. It Is expectedthe hospital' auxiliary whose 283 Johnson appointed a committee

Smith. laying At Jolul,Worthy, 30, on This amendment removes from ,, doughnuts. sandwiches: first,UF drive in West Volusla active members donated 24.251 to revise the organization' by

Other churches and clubs contributing Sept. U.; He' wu indicted for 12:13: p.nStocks: were the constitution reference-to the and cake ,' will be .conducted next March hours of work without pay. law made necessary by a mengee

were Trinity Methodist first degree murder. generally easier In relatively Commissioner of Agriculture' t' or April. "Even U they were paid only nan with the Chamber of Com

Church, First Christian Church, Mrs Alberta Ellis 24. Day. quiet trading There were''a supervision of matters pertainingto AD persons Interested in the hour and they're worth much merce. Serving on the committeeare :

First Presbyterian Church, Florida tona Beach Negro pleaded innocent few strong pots however public lands and the Bureauof Mother Jailed United Fund are invited to attend more than that, you can see Russell Currey, Mrs. John

Power and DeLand Fire Department to a second degree murder IntL Harvester was 82% off Immigration. The Agriculture tonight' meeting. Plan they saved the hospital over (Pat) Worden, Maynard Me-
Neeley, Mrs. Kay Hicks and
In the fatal for the Initial drive 124.000.
charge stsbblni launching
Hi Texts Gulf Sulphur '58% up Commissioner no longer has the Hall
Volunteer worker who conducted of R H* Harden 28, a white Hi; S' 0 NJ MH" .uncla.; Allied responsibility for these matters. Over Neglect will be aired In addition to the Total Income during the year Charles the chamber., executive managerof

the drawing were Su- man, la an altercation outside' a them. 54H" up IK. AMENDMENT t.. election. was $779,264 Dudley said, of
xanne Roach, Gladys Foster, Daytona Beach'' .!bight club on which approximately $531,000
Xerox 109H up' HWW..tlnl' Amendment III 1 a local matter M33-yesr-old mother ot three was received $130 Damage Set
Dean Comer, Helen Fattlllo, Oct. 4,. : from patients;
Elizabeth Strawn, RN. Geraldine A DeLand building contractor, house Efcc. 43 oft KT'CenV Mo- with Dade County, asking state Will sentenced;] yesterday to Obituaries $230.000 from taxes, and $17,000
tort'10014' off H IBM am approval to hold civil trlala.IA.. 1ft Damage limited to $130 In
Hay RN Helen Carey, Henry C. Buckner;; ST'', also ;; serve daye-fai Jail for con. from other sources. was
and Mildred Huffman. pleaded innocent to a grand larceny unch branch courthouses. trlbutiag.... dependency of her Total expenses were $733,842, a two-car collision late yesterday
I Beth. Steel 40',, off H; Pola- Voluila County already received children,':_ Dandry Including approximately $471,000 afternoon at the Boulevardand
Dr. Robert 0. Ritter wu the charge as a resultof Anthony
home rold 173H np 3Hl I S 0 CaJlf:II" this approval from the ,Peace Justice' Horace Heley la salaries and $262.000 in other Indiana Ave.r DeLand police
physician In rcharge.The a repair
up %i i U S Steel 59* off LOn .other counties .pronounced' sentence on Mrs Word has been received hereof operating expenses. About $24- reported. There were no Injuries.
Buckner la with
next scheduled charged
I''will drawing the American\ Exchange Adams also Indicated ..upport'for Martha M.'Jingles, 211 N. Kentucky the death of Anthony Dandry, 000 was spent for new equipment, The report said a car driven by
be at the Red Cross roomsat ure to perform the services for .
Brazilian Traction was 4% unch.i Amendment 10 which permit Ave after evidence 9o. of DeLaad and New Rochelle, not Including $6,000 to $7,000 In James W. Wheeler Rt. 1. hit a
> the FUh Hospital on Tuesday, which he allegedly Was paid Tampa Dec. 28% off 'I| MaueyF.r the legislature to increase the showed she laDed to make certain N.Y. donations for new materials. car driven by Buell E. Stradllng.

Nov 10.DcLand'Man. 330 tl.333 8 by Blue Mr Lake. Esther Ave.B. .Dettoa, |. 34 up K. judicial circuits from 18 to 20. that. her daughters attend A winter realdent of DeLandfor About $73,000 also is due in funds .Jacksonville.

Judge, dldn't\.it Adams laid approval of this school 25 yean, Mr. Dandryowned borrowed to meet operational Stradlln,'. car! reportedly stopped

Wlngfleld l'f'Prt.-at.a N 4.oS'ji iclcsllr'V' amelldn*nt.1IIUl."relieve the In- An affidavit against Mr*. Hog- hi* home here at :124 S. Salisbury cost necessitated when the for a pedestrian/ and Wheel
trial date. Bnrkner la
Robert : trewd volume 1It Jltigatlon"Amendment l ten wa*signed by Ernie; Clbbs.Volusla Ave. and was a member of St.Peter' hospital had to meet costs during er''. car, traveling behind Strad-
ed Public Defender
by L. U drew' the wholehearted County Juvenile coun '' Catholic Church. the period prior" to the actual llng's, struck the rear ot the

Wilson.Closing 1 AtMU,;; Press. support of the Secretaryof selor. Glbb told the court one Bora Aug. 3, 1874, in Italy,' Mr, opening of the hospital 1961 stopped ear.

Is Appointed 'AllaC1ia1 22" IntPip rr' ,state It provide that either of Mrs. Hoglen's daughter had Dandry was founder of the Dan- Dudley was Introduced by Lion No charge were filed.

Nears AmBrk .1" JOftellL 112" branch of the legislature can propose missed school 10 time without dry Brother Construction! Co. la R. E. Lee, also a member of the
revision of the State
Barry Crlm, DeLand has been AmCan t2% K.11Al 30AmC'aa % a excuse. New RocheUe. West Volusla Hospital Authority. guiUflttUJPuhne.g
Constitution In whole In
or pert wife
Include his
Glbb Investigation showed Survivors Lee's special guest was Walter
appointed educational consultantfor Ken'cott It"
the Associated AmMot 1614 18% and submit It to the people for the mother was absent from her Mrs Jeannlne Den ryt{ four I Nordmann who will become a gall' .IMM aature
: Credit LlIAMt
Bureaus of Florida. For Absentees AtilT 6814" IMh'd 38'% approval Under existing law home much of the time and the eons; two daughters; 11 grand member of the authority after fvf..... Tsars De,. lt.Vly ThUkoll\yl1lll forth a.4Meta.
He has been conducting seminars I AmTob 34% Lorillard u% the legislature, cannot draft anew children were not attended to. children, and 19 gnat.grandchil' : the Nov. 3 election. ., [)aLa.. PubUMIuComMar
constitution but must leaveIt M III dlaM
around the state on "Per Tomorrow at S p.m. I.I the Amps Cp 11" Msg'yox st to a Constitutional Convention then; : Rule HInes. chairman of theclub's Bo. Nark P.Laii4.-m- .d.rUi
sonal and Motiva Anaconda 56a4 MMAM 59" another referendum it approved annual broom sale, announced AM W Mires 1 ISTt. e..4
Development deadline.! ..makmg application
which doe not have to have the CIM fMUir reId at D a L*>4.
tion" a* the first phase of his I for'abeMlee'ballots, Supervisor Armour 52" Mohasco 1514" approval the people for It* by .the voter of the state 1\1". ,Kathryn Leetler that a profit ot more .
AQ. 'Mon' than $1.400 had been realized s P.... Jr, R.... .Jake
7914 to 112% HOPE: NOTEDHe
new position. ; Odham .
ot Registration-Katherine .
adoption Mom W..... 'k. ..... a"
Crlm, a graduate of the University $minded Vote: today. ., Babcock,I 341i MontWd CBAO % "1'herf'.11 t real practicalway aid many people are hope- Mrs Kathryn C Leader 75 from the recent sale Aa proceed 0...... M>r. .. ". w....,.. .
ot had a.%' NatDIat 2IBttht1 % no died at 12:30: pra-yes- are ued In the club's Editor: .I..... J. .1_... ...... Dlr.
Georgia extensive ApptteatloNLmust be'Madeover except through enactment ot lid i that this! amendment win = .1,11. Il. Mlti Clreulallolt Mae.
business and legal experience the written\ ilgnarqit the 101\ Penney 13% Amendment 11 for us to get our pas*. It can solve some of the t West VoUsla Memorial sight-conservation program.Tribalism NATIONAL .uaUIIHTATfYU
IIOtlnl 13 PM m Hospital where she had bees a Joins H. FWTT --at. 1. w.
before and Individual '
organizing directingthe voter. They may go constitution revised. There U a school flaaaelag 1 preb erns. which ha'pees Mtk *tVv T.rk I* fMtaM anoa
Adult Education Dept. at to her office and cut absentee Baden 71" PtpCola' 54"BnanlWlI basic need for constitutional revision Others he Mid, are apprehensive patteat for five days condemned u a fortress of l' rKHMl Florida Southern College in 1949. vote It to be out : lli PhIlMor 711CatelTr % It the A resident et Plersoa lot five unaCRirrtON urea
they expect because change application
which these amendment primitivism and praised for earlchlag .T Canrtw On teat Sll M .1MMiU .
months she born Oct 1C.13U .
In 1951 be organized the Adult et the county on election day. rr% PllWPet II"Celan. submitted to the people cannot of the lIom..tHdlaw. wu the national cultural .. US Mi Tkr*' .wntli*. U Hi
... RCA 13 In GreeavUle. Mich, and pat. On* BMU. SI Hi OM w 4.e
$814 %
and Cooperative Education Department for absentees Sarasota
Deadline .treutd that the
returning provide, he said.AMENDMENT. II. member of the First tera-etffl I 11 a vital force In a, Mall. On* TMA SSL cc
at Stetson University Is A p.m. Monday. Absentee Chrysler 5'" R.pStl t8eocaCo1a U plan only allow the tax to be was a Africa. MMk*. SI..MthrM _.... SU4.M .
and has served u a consultant voting this year I 11 the heavl- 131% Revlon 31"0ImE4 collected oa the first $3.000 forschool Methodist Church Plersoa. She .,MUD (i n
51 ReyTob U On Amendment U extendingthe wa* else a member ot Order elEastera
to the State Department of Education nt.evtr recorded In the office. purpose only aad other
to assist In ha been t7miCea 1 53 s.n.IP. 32"DowCW" allocation ot the two-cent will benefit Star 402. Davis Mich.
writing a Although a count not taxing ageedea lICIt
gasoline tax allocation to counties She Is survived three sisters
manual on Adult Education. made ft'OI'I.than. 2,000 application 7714 Seaboard 5614duPht Adams was Introduced by Dr. by
until the aOlS. Adam Mr*. R. & Case of Plenoa. Fresh-Never
From 1954 to 1964. he served for absentee have been 211 Sean :13334EAL' year Jobs E. Johns, business maaager Frozen!!
1.ld.tIJtn difference of of
are Mrs. Gwtrwle Carrutbert
: : 38" SlIIclalr51"
as vice president and national made. Ballot have been sent of Stetsoa University and presidentelect
: opinion. lie suggested Voluslaae rudOa./ and Mr. Bertha H.
director of the Brotherhood of St. to those applying: by man. EJCO134" Socony 9614Flreueai ol the DeLaad Chamber
Andrew. At the, recent state TIle count of absentee following 4214 SouthnC 54" tee under what formula they of Commerce. Keaaedy ol Trenton Mica; two Ti.A. OB. A-ncia fOE OO AIM-TXNVCm
lire allocated the i brothers Ford of Sheboygea. .
Ford 10 perryn u"I'nNtDa gasoline tax.In Reynold
board meeting of the Associated the elixHkm may take at Adam la his opening remark
StBrand 77 counties growing rapidly, he Mica, and Mallard
114 "
Credit Bureau* of Florida, least two days. If any local race paid tribute to William Robert,
StONJ 9644FruebTe said, some feel that they receive Reynolds 01 Treatoa.
don was selected .* education are close, tIM absentee will decide ntptSui 1314 native DeLaadlt std graduate
Funeral and burial
12'4' Studlbak 6" a "dlsportionate allocation. The service
al consultant for the ef
organization. them. of Stetson University College
ClIiD)1a 3914 SwIft 53% formula was set up la 1941 forM win be ta Mt classes MVch.Laakford .
nx OB. A mB
Law. Robert to oa Adam staff FBOM OCR FABM-TOOTIO
ClIiD $7% Texaco 90Ge.Fda yean and ha* given the Funeral Home la ta
MARION-KAY Tkl o ko lUaeb 14GeaMtn means for long range flnaaclag and cam with him yesterday.The charge el local arrangement
affair wa held ta the (
Sale ScheduledByKiwanisClub 1003' 121" project la the coua-
Stetaoa Untie dtalag room
Goodrich d UalWre IO% Quito T. MilLurn

Goody U% u.nutt 1144Greybnd Amendment 13. Adam noted
AND fttlf MAWJUTB 21 VSStttl 10GuI1OI1 1* a local bill but has draws state Sftdal Saltl Curie Thomas. Uttotra: B.W The ChlekM WU The Real Obkest ruvwiTkey 'we ..... .-

BLACK' PEPPER 3% UntvMat U% Interest. It provide that the Brit >E. Veerhia Ave.. 4Ia4 at S Keree Tuec1 Tk* QnuC Pnsss( rrnh. every Defl

The DeLand Klwanls dob will Meow UT% WestgEl U" 13,000 or asseweol valuation ALUMINUMWINDOWS a-m. t4ay at a lieu at isg ruQB. w.rUl. note ocm FAUIIfffjc

stage Its annual white elephantsale SALE latHery 10114 W1uD1Z .33% ol property: la SeruMs County ;.. =: ".

ea Saturday, Dec. 5. la the TOE ,T latM1tt IS Wowth 2814Igg hall be taxable fir school pur AWNING A rejKeat ef DeUad tar Myean. 53' a. 59;

building owned by the First TtmrTYnuowsxff pose c iy. The next $J.MO.f } Mr. MSbora wa here
WILCQMV Toustirra.- M on a..M.> ci.....
hi Teraate Tuntalep
Baptist Church at the rear ol cuss MnrlrcsJACiONvtltt assessment la thea subject to May 3, 1382. Canada.

the dry parking lot oa N. Boulevard homestead.. He t* Mrvtv 4 by see sister, I

TRINITY METHODIST Adam laid that Saruota CalBirerrrkedCoftradLwberCo Mr*. France R. Serf DeLaatf; THE CHICKEN PLACMBS.

Proceed from the tale will be 'ft. Nwtll.... 11.ttd. Wes Mar.kN County has had difficulty: hi ere nephew. React O, Self De-

used in the Klwanlans' youth CHURCH erto.a b "'al....' meeting Its matching fund reqolrwiMflta LaH axl tw. nieces, Mrs. Let FLOUCHCi AflCLKT
Law: ..... ...,.. -IF coat lor Mat* fund He Doty *l DeLaad, a4 hrs..W.Laalfad tOVUBT .ABMM

projects Anyone wanting to donate article ";? use Preaial Delivery a.Li,,.. 't'al N, =::.:.l4.tty. said the people la Sarasota Cow*, W........ 4 X.IMawat ; lae omle. ? .. BSfXarOBD' T90KM 1M4MI

to the sale Is asked to call Phone7341320 I" ratMsI -: .-... ty had approved the amendment ..... 7J4.4U4 Fweral Hale h ta All Lbw rea.h fi'ii li .* ..... She M es.eo
\ ttr.n l4i
W. D. LeVeffle Jr at WMM1. ., rlheAunrP. a.1 coca but M wa be subject t. charge at arreagwneeta

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I settled General Motor*,"e I \
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hat left tears :
The automobile and nde4.'j '
I dustrlei may be quit a wee I :
getting rid of them. : !
The national settlement of the I
Ir jeWA montlllllllrImrie stoppage war !
the best possible lI..wi"fM-jh( lotal.'I
economy It meant that business
again can go full speed) ahead. I ,
However., it II likely to be -t
some time before CM can get
back into the full swing of turnIng i
out automobiles Local: issues
were jet to .be settled at some
plants and with thost faculties ea
till on strike production will be
1 + delayed, !
As for" the strike effects It
wan estimated that It meant $T <<
million a day Is lost wages and !
buying power and rout CM the
production of 100,000 cars a
LIBRARY LANDSCAPING UNDER WAY Landscaping of DeLand's new week. ( )
public library began this week as a cooperative effort between the Business and Pro This loss of production came I
1 1 ( ) ;:
fessional Women s Club and John Lang of Deltona Nursery The special service proj Just at the time when new : ,
ect of the BPW club is under the chairmanship of Mrs. George Stetter. Trees shrubs models were beginning to go to I : i
and flowers will be planted and the ground in the front of the building will be sod dealers The dealers saw their suppliesof
ded. Lang right snows, Louise Clarke a member of the.BPW committee, and new cars vanish In tllll fare I |
Tom Sperling; director of community services for the 'city, the location selected for of heavy demand They'felt that I !
a palm tree. (Sun News Staff Photo) many ef the lost sales win never \
be recovered but went to other I Imanufactum. :
B.y.A MALE OFFICIAL Ford and Chrysler !
People In I which reached agreements

The NewsWASHLNCTON Comeback For Men Seen

(AP) Astronaut .
John H. Glenn Jr. has been
promoted! to colonel despite his In ProfessionPHILADELPHIA W. must ri40ct ovr fawfory to molt room for MW Christmas

because request that of his he Impending be passed retirement over. Nursing s mmhaadiu' fat Is nivina
from the Marine Corps. .

"Col. Glenn felt his promotion AP) tered nurse who Is DAYS
president ef For 1O ONLYSale
would another! worthy
American deprive of a deserved Men have been nurses since the the 10.000.member Pennsvlva: b 1 t'
beginning of time, says a man nla Nurses Association It la
award, said President Johnsonas
who heads 10,000 ,
nurses holding Its 80th annual convention
he presented the eagles of a "And though women dominate here this wPek.DIRUTI ..
colonel to Glenn at the White the profession today, men are SCHOOL .a! npY IA. 'ii -m. C.

House Tuesday. making a comeback," adds Jordan, a native of New Orleans ,
"There are few people who Clifford H. Jordan, 43, a regis became a nurse In 1949 '
reason this way," Johnson said. after leaving the Army. Now he
He added that he had solved the to Shanghai where he will confer Is director of the School of NursIng -
problem bv adding the name of with Prime Minister Chou and Nursing Service at Phil-
another officer to his list for Enlal of Red China, says the idelphla's Episcopal Hospital.
nominations to colonel. official news agency Antara "I think it Is a good professionfor
Glenn, first,American to orbit The agency said Sukarno was men! ," Jordan said In sa
the earth Is expected to become Invited by the Chinese government Interview "It Is a good place to
an executive of a soft drink to visit Shanghai. I serve and make a decent living
company soon.JAKARTA "After all, there have been I Sleeve
MADRID AP) Manuel male sumac sine the beginning Ieleeys G tidies'' Aallup
(AP President Praga Iribarnt, Spanish minister of time. All nurses used to be e '
of Information and tourism men During the Q-usades there KNIT BLOUSES
of Indonesia will make
returned to Madrid today froma was a religious order of men S UITS '
an overnight visit
next SundayREMEMBER tour of the t'nlted States, who went along to cart for the
.sporting a Texas sombrero. sick and injured" C'asaare tl ?
Ml l1'e.ll"
The hat wan a gift from the I.MM MF.N SHIFTS :
Ale DOER: rr REST: mayor ef Dallas, one nf several Jordan, whose wife Is a teach
OIEEN-8 EVE Dies It Eec ..... stops on Fraga Iribarnt 19 day Ing nurse on the University of 33 ,
(IAev1, tour I Pennsylvania faculty, estimates eat ,rt.tI. I
there are 5,000 men among thenennn's
at $2.981
half million nurses, Compare u
Most are In administrative work w an
directors of nursing schools Mea'sW1shIbl.FAL .
BBNJDOdk4Small ( or'supervising hospital staffs. SLIIOI S
assoclstionTI About being president of tile SLACKS

think they selected me GmpenAtLeeng.tMa.f w.rt $U7I
For Bubecu.1ng Lb. and Smaller because I could do the work and I $ f

Lean, MeatySpareribs not said.because I was a man," be $1.00 .

He believes moro and moremen '
will get Into nursing. Most .u'al Styled. "
schools, one.all girls, Ism ......
now are .
\ \ coeducational.'Met Large Stlsttlta tf Jtnsyi, CtrttM. .
,. \ rae lp'antvtate the Sleeveless i4 Shirt .
current shortage of nurses" ba Slttva.
said "They tend to stay en the
LB. 43, [ Job longer without Interruption 4.1 Hundreds
for marriage and family." N

I Candidate Says 01 Other 'r.. i

U.S. Good Haayy Graln-Fed Signs RemovedThe
Round M."'. Plaid Bargains
: Steak 88 Republican candidate for
Lb ; Volusla County commissioner Mia'i j
Sirloin from Dtatrlet t Hubert Jacobs BoJ"I 'blel Colored Border At
of DeLand. told police three po-
fitted signs pouted on private ROBES Cmgham Or While
Medium Six BarbecuedFRYERS property and promoting! his died TarriffcSavfngsl' i iaagersltttll .
don hive been torn dows. Nandk rchi f s ;
Witnesses said they saw a ROBES
pickup truck leaving. the vicinity !
of X V. New tort Ave.. where
the signs were posted Jseobs Wen tl"lf' o :
said be had permission from Dr. $1 00 1Scl :1'
I. A. Duaton. owner of the property ."

Ea. 89, to, post Jacobs'the reported signs.Later to DO- k 97 I .,

Ute that another sign had been gust 8, M.L I
torn down at 10 E. New York
U3. Good Hoary Grala-F BM Ave. Wltaesaet reportedly saw All Eli.. ,,
the came truck leaving the vldaily. -

T- Steak Lb. 98, Jacobs. said he would sign aa tliito G1rl'r, :: t tRaincoats
affidavit charging dMtrnction of r4 ,
private BLOUSES
property Polk art to- '
vertfattng.Joseph .
Dlxla Brand Hickory Smoked SllcadBACON Prltstlty. EagUihchemM Boy'i, G M'l

fond canuttehnuo l Wemto't and Mea's Vinyl
would rub oat pencil arts NOW
a property w III I e I gave is tat .
sane "rubber." :::; 1 1Warm.

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letter with little metmlaj and tos coherent sntiuie.

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Aid 'Functional Illiterates'NEW

YORK (NEA To a reading could be blamed, Dr. sing readers to an extremely
motional illiterate the printed Arthur Tract! In "What Ivan small reading vocabulary/ Eur
page of a newspaper can appear Knows That Johnny Dot n't,1J opean students, lays Dr. Trace,
; Ilk a random collection of let- says the prevalent look.say method learn to read by phonics and
i ten ef the alphabet, A word In America limits begin- have an early reading vocabulary STEEL MIXING BOWLS
here. or there. may come through three times that of American
with a vague meaning, but the JVorldtcideNews students.
message will be lost in murky Others hive urged the returnto
confusion, I phonics Including groups like
Recent studies Indicate that aI i EventsUNITED the Reading Reform Foundation. ONE UNIT EACH WEEK.
I quarter of the U.S. adult population Dr. Mary Austin, formally .
may qualify for the label of of Harvard and professor. of
I "functional Illiterate." : NATIONS, N,Y.AP Education at Cleveland's Western
( This handicap meant more ( ) Patrick Gordon Walker, Reserve University, and
than just a lost of touch with the new British foreign secretary, Coleman Morrison, of Harvard,
world It la a failure la the says his government favor In "The First R." admit that the business of exit- asking Red Chin to loin the preaent programs are "not adequate
fence The "help wanted" action Geneva disarmament talks.,next to produce mature readers While They
of the paper become a year ," but feel that the causes ,
I puzzle. If a 'Job 1 la at band, the "Of count one mutt consult art more complex than can be "t l l Last!
; application form It a myttery with the" other countries In cured by a single method. They .! ..ei n .".;1 .. ;:x fiK
So concerned It the federal vowed he told a newt conference point especially to a lack of ... 1 1"-
government about this problem Tuesday night on hit first teacher education In I languagearts y ,f, .. ', 'w ..
l that it hat earmarked $800030) visit to UJJ. headquarters and the teaching of read. I : ;, ,;, .. t 'J
to find a cure. The U.S. Office ing. t '". +. i A'x l 1 4'a ''
ef Education bat just 'launched PARIS I a research project to find the Increase. has been voted In the Through the $800,000 research "' ,,'' x'y; ..t.1 11i :
beet ways of teaching childrento UN. Educational, Scientific and project, the government hopesto ', i\. '" ., :.:.b.2 I ./
I read. Unlvenltfot and state Cultural Organization' -8,925,- find a method that will cure 'I' "' ,; It t 7j
department of education will 000 budget for the next two America reading problem
do the research. year*, mostly to help employee' One of the methods sure to be
\ READING REQUIRED at UNESCO headquarter in Included in the study is the
Perhaps 30 years ago reading; Parts cope with the ell)'' high Initial Teaching Alphabet (ITA),
I made little difference in life cost of living a beginning reading system !
i because a man could get a lobwithout developed in England U.S. newspaper ,.. t\41 ',
having to read. Today, PARIS CAP) The government i led the way in bringing '.,.'
almost 60 per rent of available of premier Georges Pom ITA and Its special 44 character
Jobs require' some reading. :By pidou early today survived a alphabet to public attention. ; \ : i ,.
1970, 15 per cent of all ]lobs will Socialist attempt to censure its Many publishers have shown ... \ i '
require some reading, according agricultural policies. The motion their interest In reading. At : h
I to Labor Department estimate got only 209 of "late necessary least eight books or kill designed + w FIRST WEEK:
*, :242 votes ... t to help parents teach' their !t ',, ..
The major reason why many pre-srhool children to read have : .i." :.1'1; ..
men cannot be employed TOKYO "API( ) Ma"+ Citing been published this year Phonics 'j .
I I when they have been displaced than Nationalist Olin,," Olympic workbook and reading
j, by automation It that they cannot marksman who defected last games can be purchased in
read Jo)1day li aboard a Japanese supermarket and drugstores
In Chicago, the Cook County freighter scheduled to leave" And for the person who wants to' 3-QUART {
Public Aid Department found Thursday for Communist China Improve his own reading, magsln ... JI .
that nearly every adult on relief Ma, 38.year-old retired Natlonallrt s and newspapers are offerIng : =
was a functional illiterate. Unless army officer, went hints from authoritative I -
be learned to read, each aboard the Shinho Maru todayIn sourcees like The Reading Laboratory ." -
one was condemned permanently Osaka A heavy police guard Inc. STAINLESS STEEL ,L
to the publle relief roils was posted around the vessel. NCI BOOK
Goes like Chicago, New York "Parade" magazine has 'just .
and Philadelphia) have started KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia offered its readers a new bonk, "r
school for unemployed Illiterate (AP Malaysian Prime Minister "How to Read and Succeed" I
citizens. The federal government Tunku Abdul Rahman ilysbe which give laymen a MIXINGBOWL
baa also provided money li willing to meet Philippine step method of reading improve .. _
for training programs for the President Dlosdado Macapagal ment.
unemployed The Manpowerand "anywhere, anytime" to discuss It Includes the psychology of 'il '
Redevelopment TrainingAct the Philippine claim to the reading, phonics rule, vocabu :
and the Area Redevelopment Malaysian Borneo state of Sa- lary, building techniques, comprehension
Act make money available bah. \ guides, speed exercises
to bard.hit cities so that they and way to apply readIng ,
can establish retraining centers. MANILA (API- Constabulary for success In study, on the
officials said today they 'lob and In soclsJ life
SOME REIJEF have recovered the bodies of 40 Carl Bernard Smith of Cleveland .
Emergency educational programs passengers of a motor launch I I author of "How to Read : ONLY .
offer some relief to adult which capsized Sunday off Lu- and Succeed" pretty well expresses .
illiterates but do not get at thetaunt gus Island In the Sulu Archipelago. the current national -.1'
of the reading problem. I Another 18 persons were feeling about reading; "There Is
Why should the United Slates listed is missing no better time for a change. U "
have so many illiterates when it Officers said five crew members you art Interested In improving, ,
spends billions of dollars each of the vessel were rescued do 'something about It. Those I
year On public school education and art. being hid. who read succeed.: ,
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T' ON Mr. and Mr*. Mr. and' Mrs. John Rallmanand weighing T Ibs. and 15 ez. war II
Htroll Carl ule and Mr. and Mrs Laurence Turner and born at 12:20: am., Oct. 25 in the .1
Mrt Alvin Sttiwell'' amended a son, Lance, spent the weekend St Vincent Hospital and hasbeen
reception In New Sipyrn Beach! In West Florida' Mrs. Turner,and named Courtney. Danny is SchoolNews FriendsSEVILLE
tat Friday night at the home of ton stopped off In ,.Martannawhere weU known here and Is a graduate Sel Honored By
Judge and Mr*. Robert :Matthew she visited her parents, of Pierson High School in
honoring Mr. and Mri. Kermit Mr. and Mrs Broward Peacock, 19r and the University of FlorIda .
Cobl. Tuesday the group attended and the Hallmans visited her In Gainesville In 1960. .
a testimonial dinner!or mother Mrt. Mollie Young, In Birthday greetings to Billy I' i iI. James E Cads Mrt. John Cad and.Mri. Pasco
tie Hon. Hayden Burns Democrat BJoun ltnwn. Peacock, IVLand, who added a was honored with a birthday reception Cade.
candidate for governor at Paul Cede, president-elect of year Oct. 13. He was the dinner I I. I at Peiaingtra. Hall Sun. Assisting Mrs. John Beck and
the Daytona Plaza Hoiel the Classroom Teachers Associa guest of hit parents Mr. and day afternoon from the hours of Mrt. Fred Cade at hostesses
'Mr, and Mrt. Joe Moore and tion, and James McGlnnls, test Mrs. DeWltt Peacock, Monday I PIERSON Well It'. that 3toS. were Mrs J. L. Byrd Mrs. W.
daughter Shelia of Jacksonville ing and guidance counselor of night. Also present were hit time again, when the students Mr. Cade was celebrating hit H Mayfietd Mrs. W. R. Ruth
were visiting\ his mother, Mr. Taylor High School attended a inters, Mrs Skippy Haines and / of each class and member of 90th birthday. He hat lived in Mis Dan Harrison, and Mrs C.
Net Moor Sunday. ,meeting of the CTA Executive Do Ann Peacock. JI the various school organizations West Volusla for over 80 years C. Chriitaiei.
Here tor the 80th anniversary Board at the New Smyrna Beach Birthday greetings are also are busy decorating float and and most of those were spent in The hall was decorated with
ef the Lutheran Church Sunday High! School Tuesday extended: to Mrs. Ella Carlisle can for the homecoming festivities Seville arrangements of fall flowers.
were Mr and Mrs LeRoy Mo- Mr. and Mis. Clyde Adair who was 79 Oct. 18 and was which li only nine days Present was hit' brother Jake
lander and three children of spent, Tuesday through Sunday honored with a birthday dinner. awav Students are busy purchasing Cade, of Plerton who has passedhis
Hawthorne and Mr. and Mrs recently In Greenville S.C. with Greetings also to Mil. Mary I wire crepe paper in 92nd year and his two sisters Mary CurryIs
Paul Molander of Daytona her father, Robert 'Thompson, Curry who celebrated her birth. every color Imaginable, napkins Mrs Mary Baker of Pier-
Beach. who Is seriously ill at the Greenville date Oct 23. 1ii and tissues to be made into I son and Mrt. Sally darkson, of
Harold Carlisle was present at General Hospital. While Mr and Mrs, Bobby Hardee I flowers yards and yards of Lake Helen both of whom have HonoredPIERSON
a speech made by Luther Hodges there her father celebrated hit and daughter Susan of Melrose scotch tape and other sundry passed eighty.!
secretary of Commerce 84th birthday returned to their home this weekend I Items that can be used to Among hit friends calling were I A large group of
when he spoke In behalf of Michael; Braddnck of Gainesville after vl.lllniialt week with decorate entries In the contest. Steve Raulerson, of Crescent I relatives/ friends and neighbors
President Lyndon B. Johnson at spent Saturday the homeof her parents, Mr and Mrs Love And of course all will be win. City, who recently celebrated his attended the open house Sunday
Stetson University Wednesday his parents, Mr and Mrs, Mailman. ners. 90th year; Mrs. Annie Raulerson afternoon In observance of Mrt.
Later he attended a West Volusla Olan Braddock Mrs. Annie Tolllson entered J. ._ The parade will !begin at 2 Seville; and Mr. and Mrs. Mary Curry's 84th birthday an
for Johnson meeting at the Mrs Kathryn Leeder, sister of Hulls Miller Hospital In Gainesville I : susw p.m. starting at the school. This Joe Buckles of DeLeon Springs. niversary.
Democratic headquarter in De- Mrs Reid B. Gssi, was taken by Tuesday for a checkup. She will bt followed by a reception About 80 guests called during The home located on Volusia
Land. At this meeting Constable! ] ambulance Friday to the West was accompanied there by her it ft and the football rums with those hours and among the out Ave. was attractively decoratedfor
Carlisle was appointed to the Volusla Memorial Hospital for brother, Clyde Adair, who also *s' Cedar Key at 8 p.m. The game of town guests were: Hubert Tal- the occasion.
Precinct committee In charge: of treatment visited his daughter and her husband will be followed by a dance. Ion, DeLand; Mr and Mri. J. Mrs. Curry attractive In a
Northwest Volusla County Tuesday J. C. Brown of Wtynesvllle, Myra and Michael Brad. MR. AND MRS H. H. FORE D. Johnson, Pierson. blue street length dress and
Carlisle attended luncheon N.C", stopped by Saturday mornIng dock and sons, Mike and David, The following honor roll has Mrs Alice Smarr and Mn. wearing a pink carnation corsage .
at the Stetson Union Building for a visit with Mr. and Mri. before returning home. nounLE RIJ"G SERVICECorleyFore been released from the office of Stone, DeLand; Mr. and Mrs a gift of her grandchildren
honoring Tom Adams, secretary John Volusla William Darlene and Donna Curry greeted .
I Smiley. Smiley was .a County Schnol Supt. Cuddy, principal at Dan Hlscock and children of
of state. Ha represented the student of Brmvn's several yean John H. Smiley attended a luncheon Taylor High for the first six Welaka; Mr. and Mrs. Richard each of her guests upon ar
Pierson Lions Club' of which he ago when Brown taught Vocational Friday:\ sponsored by the National weeks grading period. Heading Graham and children, of Tampa; rival.
Is president Adams explainedthe I Agriculture In the Pierson\ Affairs Committee of De- Wedding the honor roll are three straight Mri. Esther Glbbs.; of George- The party table, overlaid with
amendments to be voted up. : High School Land Chamber of Commerceheld A students, Marva Underhill, town; Mr and Mrs Clifford a white lace cloth, held a lovely
on In the Nov. 3 general election, I Archie.Wlula left last week for( at Stetson University The 'Flghth grade; Fanny Stacy, Buckles of Palatka; Mr. and floral arrangement of pastel
Mrs. John Dekel of Brsdenton Baltimore, Md,.where he Joinedhis guest speaker was Sen. Spessard Tenth grade: ; and Cheryl Mc. Mrs. Walter Hare of Pierson; pink carnations, gladioli and
and her sons, Ralph and James, wife and daughter. Hit Holland Friday night, he and Is Event In Seville Micken of the eleventh grade. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Underhill of white mums centered with a pink
and his wife attended the 80th daughter, Libby, was scheduledfor Mrt. Smiley were in Daytona Rest of the honor roll is at fol. DeLeon Springs; Mrs. Leamon satin bow. A crystal punch bowl
anniversary of the Lutheran surgery Thursday at John Beach where they ,attended a lows: Raulerson and Mrt. AIM Raul was placed at one end and was
Church: Sunday. Hopkins Hospital' dinner meeting of the Volusla 7th Grade Elaine Crosby, erson, of Crescent City; Hugh balanced by the sliver coffee
The Rev. and Mrt. William Pam Plerton,. a student at County Democratic Club Board SEVILLE-Mist Dorothy Mae I topped with a bridal bouquet of Mary Lou Galzerano James Byrd of Pomona Park; Mr. and service. Presiding at the coffee
Eubanks guesU ,over*the weekend Florida State University In of Director at the Alibi SteakHouse Corley and H. H. "Bud" Fore carnations Haskins James Johnston, Mrs. Prentis Clifton, of DeLand; service was Mrs Rowena Orton
was her aunt\ Mrs. A. Tallahassee spent the weekend were married Oct. I at a ceremony r ATTENDANTS Jacquelyn] Newman Deborah Horace Carlisle of Pierson; and and at the punch bowl was Mrs.
Whitehead, of Hawthorne and with her parents, ,Mr..'and Mrs. The Rev. Reid B. Cans, John In the home of the bride'i : The couple was attended by Smith and Terrs nee Taylor. rtri. Dale Furseand daughter, Lena Briggs
the Rev. and Mrs. Royal Yount Russell Pierson. Smiley, B. C. Hartley, and Olan parents. The Rev. T. V. New Mrs Jay Davis, Jacksonville, 8th Grade Lucinda Bennett, Dorothy, of Crescent City. Refreshments of miniature
and ton ct Tampa Mr; and Mrs. Jessie,Braddork Braddock represented the local mans officiated at the double I sister of the bride, and Winston Cheryl Carlisle, Diane Croft, Pasco Cade sang selections appropriate party sandwiches salad, cake,
.Birthday greetings to Mark had as their dinner guests recently Methodist Church at a dinner ring wedding.The Smith, New Smyrna Beach Karen Ergle, Son>'a Hartley, to the 'O Willis who celebrated Oct. l$. Sytha and Floyd Carlisle; meeting of the DeLand District bride is the daughter of I Immediately I following: the Audry McCormick, Linda North, Cade recited several poems and were served to the guests pr.
Archie Willis returned Tues Roberta and Joe PittmAn and Methodist Mrn't Club, of the Mr. and Mrt. R. L. Corley ceremony a reception was heldat Dennis Puckett, Marva Underhill the Rev. Dan Harrison spoke. sent during the afternoon.
day after a few days visit with ."n. Glen; Virginia: and. Olan First Methodist' Church Thurs Seville, and the bridegroom Is the Sportsmant Restaurant, and Sandra Underwood. Punch and birthday cake were
daughter. Libby, who Is a patientat Braddock and their two grand- day night the son of Mrs. A. H. Fore, I Astor, for relatives and friends 9th Grade Jerry Ashrraft, served
John Hopkins ,Hospital in inns, David and Mike of Gainesville Mrs Bill Spindler and daughter Florence, S.C., and the late Mr. I attending the wedding.; Carol Blackman, Cary Hallman, Miss Iris Cade kept the guest 1t.,DctTOllilpgliceIT
Baltimore. Also his wife, who is ; Lla and Norman Braddockand Annette, and sons, Johnnyand Fore, : The couple will reside In Astor Linda Johnston Margaret Johnston book. Serving were Mrs. Rich.
staying with their daughter sons, Eddie and Jlmmle; Ervin, were the dinner Nuptial music was furnishedby where the bridegroom: is owner Diana Prevail Roseanna ard Graham, Mrs. Dan Hlscock,
Mrs. Wilford Bates spent and Norma and Leon Braddock guests Sunday at the home of Mri. Mary Louise Smith. The I and operator of the Sportsman's Strange and Lavon Wilson.
several days visiting her sister, and, children Audie, Alison and her and sister, wedding was performed befoie (Restaurant. 10th Grade Kathy Bennett, Club Meeting Set
Mrs. Rachel Turner, in Tampa Adam of Seville. Mr. and Mrt. Duel Halcomb In a background of yellow and gold Rodney Coleman Mare Nalman.
last week. Mrs. Turner returned Mrs, Horace Carlisle and her DeLand. In the afternoon they bridal flowers with lighted tap. UNICEF Drive Set 7 Clarice Raulerson, Curtis Richardson PIERSON A notice to the
borne with her for a'week'i visit sister;; Mrt Alpha Anderson and enjoyed seeing films of their ers and Fanny Stacy Pierson Area Garden Club mem-:
Laverne. and Jim Smith andKCtndy her aunt Mri. J. E, Harper of relatives of several years back. The bride wore a beige and SEVILLE The UNICEF! 11th Grade Joanne Harvey, ben is that the next meetingwill
and Phil, of Jacksonville, Crescent City, "were In Daytona Mrs Hilma Swanson and gold dress with matching accessories drive will be held again this Cheryl McMicken, Ann Marie be held Nov 4 at 3 p.m. In
spent the weekend ,with her Beach Friday on a pleasure] trip. John's guests over the weekend and carried a white Bible year on Saturday, Oct. 31. After I Molander] Yvonne Price and the Community Center. Th.IlUl'lt .
the drive, there will be partiesfor Ronald Rldgeway. speaker will\ be T. R.
parents Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Robert Hartsfteld was visiting were her son In law and daughter
Nere.n. the Those! .In 12th Grade Doris Ballard WOIIINOTO
participants !! Townsend of DeLand.
Bates hit aunt and untie, Mr; and Mrs. Dr. 'and Mrs Gordon Blair, 1
Some of those attending the
grades one six will Iris Cade Roma Jean McCormick Hostesses for the meeting will IMPIOYI
CenAndertOn' and her David Mu jrove!, and Mr and and children, of GalnesvWe.They .
Mary MIll anniversary of the Lutheran have theirs In the I Carol
Baptllt Victor Powell he Mrs. Nettle Council and Mrt. Out
Mrt. John
and Mr
Smiley and all attended the 80th
. Mrs. Bertie Black,
.grandmother Church Sunday were Mr. and Church annex. Grades seven Wilson. Drake
,spent Monday In Orlando. Mri. Olaa Braddock last Thurs anniversary of the Lutheranchurch Mrs Bill Orr of Winter Park; through twelve will have a party Mary iDUU110NA13TmIt ,
, Mr. and Mrs Roy Wall of Lake day.Of Sunday.Ti1' Mr. and Mri. Phillip\ Byrd and in Pennlngton Hall at the Methodist Turkey Shoot Slated on U.S. IT, one mile south of
Mary were visiting his mother, 'interest to their many Rev. and Mrs. Arne An. children of Titusvtlle; Mr. and Church. Everyone taking Seville on Nov. 1 at 7 p.m. and I ;t
1 Ira. Flossla Wall Dennis Back friends hen Is the announcementof drll and sons, David and Peter, Mrt. Floyd Carillon and daughter part will meet at 1:30: p.m. at SEVILLE The annual Saturday Nov T starting at 9
1 and Marie 'Smiley Thursday. the birth ef a daughter to Mr. of Miami spent the weekend at of Groveland. and Mr. and Pennlngton Hall, Saturday Oct. turkey shoot sponsored by the pm. The turkeys will average tUMCMTK CMMMt MOW I I
Bennle Back returned home with and Mis. Danny McCullough of the home of Captain and Mrs. Mrs. William Cuddy:of Daytona 31 for assignment and trans Seville PCA at Its part ef the lilt Ibs. Refreshments will be M. U P.t41r KEKMIT COILS
them tor a several days' vUlt.l Jacksonville. The young lady, C. M. Sharr and Mrs. Anne Reach. portation. halloween carnival will be held served during the evening

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Founder's : : Social Notes.

and Comments
Pilot Club

.Nn l Nwtee eueatae
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b, j lM M. nl Theo ItlVlUtt' and N
Pilot tub of DLan< it *
11ft.. ..neat, llama an .' '"'.'
I aened Founder's Day last night sat I* Sun *.......' r*. Ira, Want
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with a dinner at Calico Kitchen u claim till in ur .. *.
bees to MI.pd Hvmtf w. *
Restaurant and honored past Ml UP. PI/..M drat! M4 MSI.Mr. ro f ,
president. and charter members O '
t Mrs. Kathleen Gould was In and Mrv W. C. Meek*, '
I chart of the program' and used W Veorhlt Av*., have ai their I
''I N the theme "Hands and Hearts. hotweguent' SIr Mary I. Ruff, I :

r Vnlted In Service.". Houston, Tex ______
'' Mrt. Vlrrlnla Leans, preilden.
aK l Castover
R. B. M,1
sqw welcomed the gueti. Mn. Flanens Fluege.1
ti Meek, first vice president. circle of the General Electric Participants At Daytona Deanery Altar Guild Meet -
) ;llsalYWaa. Introduced the charter membersand Ce. la attending the 22nd annual

past president, Mill Dempale conference of the National Association

Marking Committee. Pricing Bazaar Articles Brewster, charter member' of Suggestion System. InBoaton. tilde of the Religious Flower Show with commentary by Mr. Arthur NlaUna. were hlcbUfbtf
Man. The conclave la
1944 45; Loretta Stelnmeyer of the program presented :yesterday afternoon at BU Barnabas Jlllac: pal Church. Tb eeeasloa w..
charter member, IMS SO; BeulaMcMUlen. at the Statler Hilton Hotel. the meeting ef Th Daytona Deanery Altar Guild meeting which included CtlebrsUon of.the Holy Con>

!MI. ef the article jrnull find for sale at the annual Junior Welfar League Barssr ar* brine 19VJ 54, Olive Sev I Four member' of the Ladle m union, with the Rv. Canon LeRoy Lawann as.iimed, fey the Rav. Walter Petersen and t qucstiea
marked by two members ef the commute Mrs Lorena Panton. left chairman of the msrklni committee moor charter member' 19A4S5: Auxiliary to the Veteran of and snawer period conducted by the Rev Lawton program parttelpanta ahown during the hl1ltr.
and Mra. Robert Hester' right Th bunt date la Friday at the Liana Clubhoua from I to Kathleen Gould 111751)); Ann Foreign Wan presented a Flag tins and social hour art) from left to right, the It* v. James O. Radebauglu" Vicar at the Church'ol
I lI.m. MM. Richmond Roberta Is bazaar chairman, Special awards will b* gl\' n during the after Maude Shockley. J5A.SI: Tab. to the Oakdale Cemetery Association Our Saviour. Palm Bay, Mr. L. O. Bsrrttt. Desnsry Altar Oulld dlrtO\l'*... Mr. :lathrya; Waraoeki
noon For sate will b* Christmas door decorations, decorated. want baskets. hsnlnf flower baskets. Ha Worden.' 19.19110; MargareITprhurch. yeaterdav In observance Diocensn Du-ectrtM, and Mrs. Nielsen apesker. ti m N,ws Pboto by Hunter) -

bridge tallies flower arrangements Christmas wreitha, purses, doll-beds felt hand puppet, pom- IM0.421; Eleanor' Allen, of Navy Day Mr. Rte Ray
seder bells shell soap dishes tablecloths and napkins. Della Rubble Wreaths velveteen 1M2M rreston 19MM.
flowers ; Gay chaplain dedicated the Flag and
Oil paintings for childrta. doll clothes children's skirts jumpers etc. Some of these article will b* on Margaret Henley, 'f''nnd1('. Mr*. Helen Carey Americanism Mrs. Rice Talks At Luncheon Meet Of Woman's Club
display la the Barnrtt :Bank window during the week Sun News Photo by Hunter president Introduced Ruth Met' chairman, pi'esented the Flag top .

linger Jacksonville, In hllllll :. A. ........wll. a representative' th* Ithjthmle Crtatloa I ofJIfo.uty. ThrallldD Mrt.>>,
Member Work Schedule name a nurses scholarship I II of the cemeleiy hoard. Mr. Mart A Halloween setting which In. Mr*. George Vestal! and Mr .
WU EnrolledAt which was Edgar AllenPr.'s *
Presbyterian I being given. Mica Nancy Dtiprela Kant paid tribute to Navy eluded' hoins, masks and noise definition Williams. .
the first student to receivethe Day Also present was Mr, Margaret makers, greeted N members *ngueits "Poetry" She
four year scholarship.Program of th. Woman. Dub nr spoke briefly on the world need New members IntrodutH
Woman; Group : WOTM Meeting For JWL At Reeve DeLand si they gathered at the ot "beauty, and woman' role In were: Mri BUll Martinet, Mja

Kathleen Gould told about Pilot HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAYTO cluhhouft yesterday for the firs creating and maintaining It. Rosanell Remalev. Mrs. Mary
I Mn. Doris C. Wiseman wsienrolled from the beginning 41 years ago! .. Mn. Ric read from the writings Otsnd Miss C Hutchlni Mss
Attend Workshop : Joe C Bran4n. Hn IxilMtraohlnn. luncheon meeting of the ) .
Into the circle
defending Annual Bazaar and a talk on "Hands",,the of several of her favorite rr...... Whitney and Mrt.
last night at the meeting gave lilac: Rh har'w n. >lrtIVH At the bustnesi .session 'whirfollowed. authors, Including Dickinson Frank .
Emily rhllilra.Iry
first word of the theme
program I Kisser Jovr MiRlnner.Mn. ,
of the Women of the Moos In Mis. A. J. Erixman
Eight members of the Wom Frost Walt Whit.
u'. Association of ,the Westminster the Moos Hall. The Junior Welfare. League tc- :Florence Grimes" read a Lenn par* Gertrude tawarfy, DeborahBelue president extended' a welcome mss E A. Robinson! and Edna cold sliced tomatoes flats
'Hearts Virginia .,
United Presbyterian Members of the Mnoseheart live members are reminded of on "United: ," and OIK Billy Mlhhell.Qt'OTB to new member and guests. St. Vincent MIUt). She cloned delightful with Roquefort or Rue
spoke on
Church traveled to Lake Maryrecently committee with Mrs Joan Gillette tile following work schedule forth spoke on "ServiceH FOR THE DAY' Plan for the coming year were her comments en "'GreatPoetry" Cheese Dressing
in annual Razor to be held outlined by Mn. Tack William.
chairman were charge
to attend one ef the F.UWork.hnp. Loretta Stelnmeyer read the Clvtllutlon la movement and with Pialm 12t.Mn. .
theNorth of the meeting and social hour Friday from 2 to S p.m. at th* a chairman of the ways and mean LaNDING LDRitT
organized by .
Code of Ethics. not a C'lllIdltlnn.'It and not Richard Bennett wu In
Lions Clubhouse ) age Member .
N. C.rtlldAve. committee. were reminded
Marion Hennessey read the
Florida! rrrsb 1I'rl.l. The Nineteen members of tll.l'llnt a harbor Arnold Toy'nbe* Miss J. BurnettHallowttl. charge rat decoration for the
by Books-Gifts
affair wit under the direction of report.It ,
dub of Sanford were guest event Serving Oil the hostesi
was announced that a potluck Refreshments: Mn. I that the art fours
Mr Edwin C Williams of Terry
They were: Ronnie Bonne, Rois commute wets Sirs T. T
Welridale supper( Is being planned by Acree, 2 to 4 p m; Mn. It a will b* starting soon.
president.A mood Chapman Eloise CollinsElsie DeBary Duplicate Foley, chairman Mr. O. M.rerclvsl. REEVE & HOWARD,
comprehensive review of the the members of the Library committee Adams, 3 to 5 p.m.; Mrs Robert M. Farley, Hazel M. Field Plans for a Uterarur' Croup Mr. X. A. Ichottfld,
National meeting at Purdue was for Nov. T. Serving will Cohen 2 to S p.m., Mn. John" Doris "'", Inr. Laths M. Fowler wore announced by Mn. V. A. Mn. N. R. Sake!, Mrs L. R. 1M WKST CTDIANA
presentedduring the morning be from (,10: to 7:30 In the ColleM. 2 to 4 pm.: cashier, Kay Gsllager, Margaret I Bridge Winners Rice.
session. Tht afternoon meeting Moose Club dining room. Mn. Rohm Cover :3 to S p.m. Hedge, Marjoil Jemlgan, presIdent Mr. M D. McKenri stated"
wee comprised of a number of Also announced was turkey Refreshments: Mrs. FrankFord of the Sanford dub; VolLamhertson that the .Woman Club Cheats FINAL CLOSEOUTSI
instructive workshops. T h e dinner planned. for Nov 21 by :1 to S p.m.; M.... Hugh ; Catherine M. RaY, ,, Mr. Ruth Blatt was director. would not only plan spent program
executive' workshop was under tpfmben of the College. of Re (Gordon :) to Slim.; Mrs. Vincent Esther W RIJ.n f:. ot th* Muter' Point game played ., but would lead the patrl

the direction, of, Mrs. B. V. gents. Gould, cashier, 2 to :3 p.m. :Smith Sue S. Stevenson Dorothy >eat.rday afternoon at the DeRary I title songs at each meeting of tilt
Spare Dayton Beach, president Reports t y members 'attendIng and refreshments, :3 to 4 p.m.: Swain Esther Williams Vlr Bridge Club In the recreation dub. We Close Our Doors
of the Florida nodical Society the recent slat convention Mn. Robert Hlatt tickets, :3 InS glnla Harrison and Lids Stlne hall at the DeBary Fir Station. M.... W J, AUtnjer mad till
and Mrs. Mary E. Roberts, piesl- in Orlando were given. p.m.. refreshments, 4 to S Other guests were Mist Mettln, Ten table were In play. announcement, that the cluhhous
dent of the Woman Ansodarlonanc p.m.. Mn. Ted Husfeld. cashier, per JacksonvilleJene Skellon! North llth winners wefel! will be open during the hours Good
of Riverside Presbyterian :3 to S p.m.; Mrs. Dii k Johnston Daytona Beach Edna Lange. Mrs Ida B. Wilson and Mrs J. from 2 until 4 p m? Friday, tit For Saturday
Church of Daytona. refreshments, 2 to 4 p.m.; Mr. president of the Anchor Club>> lit D. Coidrll that, Mn Ruth Blatt rl'CftI.rtlcI..* donated for the
TOr Fred Manclnlk. ItMt... 2 to S DeLand High School, Maxine and Mrs Joan Paulk. seconds; rummage isle to be bald Oil
Mis. William Schuler World
R p.m.l Mn. Richard McMahan and Blanch Blckehaupt. Mr. Pea Walters and, Mr. Saturday.
T Downing
October 31
y0aIT servlc chairman Mr .. Vern: tickets, 3 to ) p.m. Arthur WUIgoos tied with Mi*. Iatr4urH IpoakeeMrs. at 5p.m.
Scott, f.U.wshIp chairman: aid Also refreshment !: Mis. The meeting ended. with tilt Else. t'nkles' and Mil. Edna: P. H. Tracy Introduced
Mn. 'J. F.; McKlnna, program George Michselos, :3 to 5 p.m.; group singing "Sail; On Intern Rellly for third. lh. speaker Mn. Rice. In htnrmductlon .1' OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
chairman. an 6f North Florida Mr'.. Leo, Nordmann 21.4 p.m.j tton.r with Mrs. Allen. at the Fait west winner wer.; Mr. Mr. Trnr men
Mn. n. Panlon J to 5 p m t finned that Mn. Rice had taught
and Mi. Myron lint
Presbyterlal! also. were In chargeof Mr. Tom Proctor 3 to 5 p.m.: piano. Mr. and M.... c.Acrardl R. Andrews;, literature atIIl'I dua Fasten 200 NEW FAILDRESSES
workshops. Mn. Jack Reed 3 to I p.m.; second Mis Myrtle Dunn- colleges Including Kmlth'' Col
Attending from DeLand were: Mn. Richmond Roberts, 3 to 5 Fish West Volutla hark and Mrs. Nan Edwards, leg, for over 25 years.Mr .
P S. Larson Mr How.rdJQnl.
p.m. Mn. Larry Sands, tickets, third Mr. and Mil. FrinkMathsoil *. Rice rhoa a* her topic.
Mrs. E. Downey, Mrs. M. :J to 5 p.m.; Mn. William IID.pltn'IlItDrd, ;
tied with Mrs R. W
P. Schorr Mn. Paul Crlmans
refieshments 2 to 4
Mr. C. D. Corey Mn. FlnleyCrUsett pm i. ... Ackermta and Harry M. Brown,
Mn. Fred Stafford refreshment The "".wl"l r."r4. f. Ida
OOfIN(3TINSION/ and Mrt. J. F, Me- *, 2 to 4 p.m.; MJI. Carl "...,' ...r. .* tt fourth King's Beauty Wklpptd cmrag Anti Jnttjt
O1 Pas D.I.aad Sun sewe amyl The October series winner.went .
Steeley tickets '
2 to :3 f.eev.lrake
p.m. refreshments
sutra toTO ) .".. Frank Holder, first ,sear 7 tad
:I to t'p m. Mn. iflMnabIONl. Memorial ; drip dry coons
POOR /IIISS Roberts la bazaar chairman. Af Mrs Myron Arrant secnndiMr ricuii
Sale *. Dunneharke. third: Mrs $5
In addition to the Gwen PhUllp Otet/lllt) dry,
Members of the DeLand Woman' which will be many en sale :, Unit 1,. Mat. Ethel chambers LOrls Weeks, fourth and ),frl.pndtu $$10 WAVI Juniors, Mines, Half Sizes b Sevlll, Unit I: Ben MXltow'kl- fifth 4 OyeratanIHAMfOOAJIT .
uaiiMn sNe i Club will Bold a RummageSale a Baked Food Table
rat M M ky KtHMIT COItf ,. Saturday beginning at Iajn sponsored by the Junior\ Welfar Orange Oiy' Unit Di; Hurt ParV Tht' next duplicate bridge' R. Apadatnle.t. Sleeeseary
at IN E. Rich Av. League sustaining group Mn. rntt. Pierson t jiff no'. VPlftMIMAtJ ;" game will be election. 2 In- .< $U'
Frank Pattillo U chairman of the f Head of Tuesday, day, $5$6$8$10Midi
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food committee. Assisting will I Rev Martin Iwanson, N.

ITS OUR b* Mrs Raymond Spauldlng, Kansas Ave,
Mrs. Gregg Hack and Ml.s WV MenrtalFREER

ST 'I Lurlayn Mercer. The public I* nov
Invited, to attend. Mr. red Mrs. HIII'IIIIt'I. Fred to sell for

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Mr*. Zllpha, E. West,
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lIumm rs. Orlando and Russell Jingle It.. Mm. Alien Y. D*. MI,
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FOR at last Bight's joint meeting of Joann Post] 104 ; .
Myrtle Lodge n. Knight of fra. Anna Brandt 411 W Howry
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I Cites Civil War

Former Dictators: Widow

In Kentucky Address tr h'p '

Lives'.Jh Madrid Luxury

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) lion of farm. price support and .
!elt. Hubert H. Humphrey cam the end of rural electrical cooperatives. I

Into this land of blue gnu MADRID, Spate rAP A embarrass Spain' Genera issl!-

where civil right ha* been at tong' black llmoiulp .$Udes up mo Francisco Franco, who
SiIUI and declared today that 10 a modern apartment hous withdraw his hospitality,
Takes might
Miller I
those who would
then art now off -Madrid' fashionable Generaluulmo -
There is a formal extrad!1Ionrequ'st
'set brother against brother and Avenue, jk husky foot-
race against race. ; a+ mlnbnd}'JU.rd springs from hanging over RafaelJr.
Recalling that Kentuckian Sharp Swing w the right front seat: two Spanish ; ., the dictator's oldest son
fought on both aide of the Civil t rr 1 '
r T Y, police guard snap to The Dominican
War Humphrey add In hU
the building entrance. wants to try him on murder
remark that
prepared one
At JohnsonLA
From the Maria
I car emerges
again "there Is abroad in the charges.
Martinez widow, of the '
land some of the same reckless, Rafael now shuns the Madrid
heedless Wis. (A?) former dictator of the Dominican
temper which dragged CROSSE night clubs h* once favored.
and titular head of
Kentucky and the nation Into Rep. William E. Miller says Republic Whea not with hU mother or&
conflict" a century ago president Johnson 1 I.s using the fabulously wealthy, exiled in
with his wife and Infant son
Trujillo clan She receives all
LIKE CIVIL WAR "arm-twisting, politically patronizing their Madrid hotel suite, h*
the deference due a member of
There Ire people\ In thin election techniques" including royalty, devotes himself to raising racing
year, laid Humphrey", "who defense contract to lure the PAST RECALLED: horses and polo ponies at
would set brother against support flf bUllnp 8n1.n. the family stables with his
brotll'l The Republics vice presidential \ I Inside her lavish apartment
er dUll against clam, brother-ln-law, 'ex Gen. Jose
against race, state t against nominee charged Tuesday y t she presides over the family Luis Leon Eitivez.
I night that Johnson 'u arranging and It* fortune, yet recall! longingly
state, region agnlnut region J The handsome Estivez married
But, tie added, Kentucky and "the political wedding of big the TrulUloa' better day. Rafael's sister, Angelita.
the nation "has seen the folly 1 business, big labor and big gov FOOD COLLECTED FOR NEEDY FAMILIES -, Member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at Stetson The. downfall of the House of They live in mansion In another
such a course;. ernment" and said this wi the University this week turned over 272 cans of food to the Volusia County Welfare Department for distribution to Trujillo began on a lonely road section t Madrid where one) ,
'The' Democratic vtre-prenl- same concentration of power needy families in West Volmia. The food >wa collected during the fraternity's annual "Kidnape Day" Presidentsof outside Santo Domingo then of their neighbor is Juan D. '
Ciudsd Trujillo, May 30, 1961,
that" destroyed freedom in NadGennaJl'l and, of the sororities had to turn in of food. the former dictator of
dental nominee flew Into Lexington and Stetson's sororities were "kidnaped" as ransom embers cans Ap when political opponent shot Peron
early this morning after Fascist ItalyLALANCE proximately 64 Lambda CM i members and; 220 sorority,gl rU participated. Tony Tussinff, left, vice president, and dictator Rafael Leonid TrujllTo. Argentina.SINUS. I

a long day' campaigning in "The, balance OF of POWER soewentlal Alan Dickey, fraternity president, are shown delivering the food to the welfare office. <(
New York, Charleston W Va., to-,, a free 'Society power hadben familY" had ruled the Caribbean i
and Cincinnati Ohio eliminated" In those statewide lottery of 6,000 ticketsat natloit as their fief.
nation, Miller laid,' "and the $6 each Prize totaling $3t- News Although stripped of power,
All along the way he hammered people had 'no effective voice" 000 'wer given out, and the I' the aurvlving- Trujillo continue
at the them of.rwponil- In between .to live In splendor In exile They
drawing a parallel
blllty,in a tubulent, swift (chang development under Johnnon remaining $3,000 went to.rebuild also have been Involved in some,
ing world, and declared that one and. those under till dictator Oldest U.S. :NewspaperMarks the mill..Until the'mUl was back well-publicized family feud and Sufferers

overriding iiiue ha emerged In Hitler .nd'"MiiMollnl, Miller h 'operation, Mrs. Watson put litigation. Including a suit by

this campaign that "thu delivered one of the strongest flf out the Courant on'' whatever! some of the dictator's illegit- Nm'i ere mi far |
American people do not want mate children seeking a share ,''xr/mI"I55* Clt lro1.! :'
Nil attack 'theDemocratic
campaign 'on could 'be and did
Barry: Goldwater'i paper found WASHINGTON UPl Now all HntaMly uti 0mtwii "ilv m /Ilk! tni
finger on the 200th : of till wealth. ,
family "tartcelt"MM
President Birthday mix lsue. aWW/1l) Kim WVIIW OM
not an
nuclear ," that their to the federal ..<
trigger appeal awl M NI Imn nHrt "Iran runfimiut j
The GOP nominee took the AVOID SPOTLIGHT
up In IKK almost six decades ,) _",.... Alkylr. M IrtttMMWIHOM
Humphrey's pharmacist IIeena'e role of the builneo community after the Widow ,Watson's fight court has failed, Republicansare The Trujlllo try to avoid the m .' .
stamped and 'up to date, In thl" 1Wi4'! tamllallt 'In a vUit for the paper's survival John appealing to what they calla upotllght.!: They' do not wish to Y IMOaiil hangs In till flml1y'drug atbre to Detroit, where h* iddrMsed War., IUMIMM ...... lr"M tony I
HARTFORD, Conn rAP) during tjip) Revolutionary: L..Boewel purchased the Con- "sense of equality and fair-
In Huron, S.D.'Humphrey Ionic 1,000 person at a meetingof The first issue of Hartford's 'Th* mill: was destroyed In 'necttcut Courant A year laterhe ne", ln'tllelr fight to get' equal ration of the Philippine national I.
also hit hard at the Economic Club.HCffEDI'LE first newspaper, a lour-page 777, while\ 'the Courant ,wa atsrted'a dally newspaper :- time 'on television\ to anu'wer: a development' program but at the Volusia Pharmacy
bread and butter Unties In Lexington TQLD hair turned out .on .a' hand being run: by Wtson's widow IAC" Hartford Courant but speech of President Johnson same time 'PI'\'I1 the needs of Your WALGREEN Agency
asking, in effect, 'si h* Heading westward In his final press' was published on Oct. 29, Linnah. He .had .died of'small- I continued the Connecticut Cpurant. Their legal battle filtered the emerging societies In Asia. 121 N. llvd. bM 734-3313
did'' Tuesday In Charleston, week of campaigning, Miller 1764 XX) years ado/ -Thunday. pox earlier, 4h.t year i .*) a weekly for' "our coun Tuesday when the U.S. Court of Romulo Is president of the I
"What 'ha the candidat from had visits to four cities on his The newspaper that Thomas Taper was in 'short- enpplyandRrittah' try tenders" Appeal. by splitting 3 to 3. university
:Arizona doni,tor you?" schedule today La ,Crmwe, Green started now.rlslms be 'ihlps; "blocked alt Im- The, weekly edition consisted 1 allowed a ruling by the Federal -
'Goldwater) Humphrey Grand Fork, N.C.; Aberdeen, (the oldest of continuous publication ports, so'Mryaton turned to or stories that appeared duringthe Communication Commission i to
argued.has called for terming S.D., and MlMoula, Mont In the nation the, Hart; till Connecticut'Legislature for ; 'week In the,daily, edition. In stand
Thee- strongest portion ..ofhisattack" ; 'lord Courant loan to rebuilt the papef milt. 1911, the weekly Connecticut In this ruling, the FCC said This Week's Specials!
on Johnson was In a "Wa 'It not for the press," The' .Il1llslalUfll approved ,a Coiiraitt'ws* discontinued. ,that Johnson' speech on Oct. 18
statement Miller hud iuued ash Green wrote at the atari of the was a presidential report and a
arrived In, Detroit, In this lit first IMU .of what 'wai then KIKUM IS VEST'SPEAKER' new event. For that reason, the Large Mullet Lb. 25'Medium
II .
charged jhat'the Present ,
was filled the Connecticut Coufsnt,1'we FCC said, Barry Goldwater. the
,using rro-twUittitg.' politically\ should be left almost entirely Republican presidential nominee
patroriielng\ techniques" to forgea Ignorant of all'thoe noble! ,, jviys not entitled to equal Mullet Lb. 19xFUrld
union '(t big government!! ?lIll., Sentiments which the Anttents Club Hears Talk time on, -thci I three television 1
i business\ and big labor. (lie)' wore wWd with:" "', :Kiwanis networks. IN*' Chesapeake liy Oytttrs a
'He-did :notr; .d the statementto \ said i"b. The National Broadcasting '
He the Courant wou\\<<
t ,th* Economle Club hut eon- miMlnhed\ each Monday' with ('n., however gave time for Crax Eggs 3 DOZ. $1.00Chicken
central there what has ,
on. Republican national'chairman\
'due .nrourarement"ZOOTIllETJmT
been a'wlnrthmtllf, his cinv ; On Forestry In Florida Dean Burch to reply to Johnson. '
pair a'detailed.'exposition nltheview .
1T'CONRNUm Th Hartford Courant In the Necks 9
h of Arizona Pen Rummy WASHINGTON (AP The Lb ,
midst At a 200th) anniversarycelebration
Goldwater on control of nucleai that looks hack overa World Bank today" formlaly G.t 2nd Lb. FREE! *
I 10 ATTUC, weapon period coveting America's Forestry the state of Florida nrmingly 1mports nt. He Inrtl- signed Its first loan !in the field '

NtwINDUITINS .A dm capsule, marked< granite monument, >was hurled In Its Infant day, a* a weekly to tourism, DeUnd i Klwanlan! blk"" ', yeast and much of the University of Philippine with M
at the New" York World's Fair In publication, the Courant wad were told at their luncheon meet- vtnllla .flavoring use* In.. the nation million to expand and equip lie
I.ataunaant I.. 19.19. A second will be buried ai printed on wrapping paper at ngyesterday. .Is, now 'a byproduct Of, the School of Agriculture as a trainIng KELLY'SFresh

unnin HOW i the same site at the clues of floes( when nothing else was Robert Elkum, county forester, 'I pulp Industry center for Asian students.
let U.P.14 kyKUMITCOIll the current World' Fair In available. I raid that forestry In Florida The speaker was Introduced by and technicians
October 1965.Thwrmo Green came to Hartford and j mounts to more than three Klwanlan Bill Gould. Gen Carlo I*. Romulo, who Sea Food Poultry& Eggs
started the Courant when he quarter billion dollar annually. Guests at the m..tlnrlnrllldPd signed the year-loan both forth ,

Glllttiy, Jr., M.D. was 29!(, having left a $Job a* Not all till timber, cut gone forronntruttlon Ted Bra, Fob Mathis and Hardy Philippine government and 1027 N.rtk l*.lv.r ,.*". 734S41Sit
the said fund
New IIlvpnorrlc' Rlsteen of DeLand, and Roy, university, : the
of the said, adding
Paul I M. D .U, Jr., M.D. pianager, of a New York printing thAt much Ip, Klkum need for paper and. Tyron. of Winter Pack. would not only help In the reall-

Gilbert, A. Martin, Jr., M.D.. firm then cellulose products 'Ther I
in4wintt His! plant was a'room above a Ire seven mills In Florida and
barbershop In a mill wooden he one nearest DrLand i* at
e. stsu, M.D.
building on Main Street Hartford Palallta.rwriMTioN. AT TIE
ORTHOPAEDIC CROUP Knelt was little mOl than a GROWTHOf

country town with some shops the 37,000,000 acres of land
announce the opening of an office at:
and homes near, the river front, In' Florida, approximately 20,-
121 East bill... Atem Green eventually took In a 000,000 are In forest, Elkum said, I
DeLaai Florid partner, Ebenew Watson, and alllt to keep up with 'fh. expected 1 1 I 1 14f'a
lee the practice el, Orthop..dle'lnrtry then left the Courant, long be. growth In 11011111'1. population
Offle. Loan by Appelntmral' r..*... 114411 for Its mo t serlou Trials l afire more and more ceDulo willhave '
that wrerked'Ita paper mill to be .produced on few
-- -- cares:' BUY FOR lESS THAN

"TIt. 'tortll,"''blg enemies air
fir and Insect, likum; said, and

1 much of the forestry program / ; s+ .
ELECTSTRICKLAND has to do< with the control of
these, two' problems, as well as
BOB research In till breeding of
better, and. more useful trees.BYPROOICT .
lv. 'n..tet1
rmph: liinf: the Importance r'
i' of forests .to .mankind Elkum
pointed\ out that they not only
;r serve 'us Pisces, of recreation,
but that by-products\ of the
pulp Industry ar* becoming In'


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Pop 10 WUKO FlORIDA( ) SUN NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2.,19641 """ I Wildwood



Ii'j Skirmish SetNEW

inn Y Fifth SpotMiami

YORK AP) Theridrmlshlng try. The NCAA which repreents '
has started and thefirst the nation's colleges and
major shot to. expected nextweek their athletes, feel. It should a tit High continues to head
now that the Olympics have a greater voice In the administration r this week's high school football

have ended, an end that alsotermtnated and sanctioning of poll by E. E. Lltkenhous with I,
the AAU NCAA their athletes In International Coral Gables and JacksonvilleLee I
truce to carefully forged by the competition holding second and thud I
late On. Douglas MacArthur. I ., That essentially Is what the t place, respectively.
"There are no more rules" I ght'Is all about.GRID The only team on the scheduleof

an NCAA spokesman told The ,. the DeLand Bulldogs that 1s
Associated Press Tuesday, "not rated In the Top 20 are the
unless the government steps In Wildwood Wildcats and they slipped -
again I think It'i tale to iiy TIMESSWITCHED down a notch from fourth
that something more than talk i4 Q 1 into a tie for fifth with Fort
U going to happen" { Lauderdale High Clearwater

At stake In the tight, which moved Into the No. 4 spot.
was recessed after the late This week there were severalof

President Kennedy asked Gen. FOR TAYLORPIERSON the area teams that were left
MacArthur to In, la control
atop off the rating! and Included
of amateur athletics !la this The datesare among this list was DeLand.
country. Looking at the rating It shows
the same but the times
The major participants are that Apopka II at the 67.4 mark
the Amateur Athletic Union and are different. ,>
situation and that Is the neighborhood that
the various sports federations This is the. football fora FLORIDA MILITARY COLLEGE KNIGHTS SET TO ROLL-This Is the 1964-65 edition of the Florida Military College Knights basket the Bulldogs have been resting
pair of six man
fostered Athletic by the Association.National Collegiate The games this week scheduledfor ball team that will be opening their season on Dec. 4 In Cocoa, Brevard Junior College. First home game will be here Jan. 9 against St. Johns River throughout the season and so it

federations cover track and the Taylor High Wildcats Junior College of Palatka. Interesting enough former DeLand High School Bulldog players are on both these teams. Wayne Anderson for appears that on paper Friday's

field, gymnastics, basketballand and the Junior High Brevard and Nelson Hoyt for St. Johns. Capt. Jerry Jones coach of the Knights is shown with the ball and has noted that drills have been game In Apopka will be a toss-

wrestling griddcrs. going very well. Left to right are Statistician Jim Weddle Arkansas City Kans; Gary Hogue Jacksonville; Jack Starr Clearwater; Herschel up.The Wildcats of Pierson

OTHER GROITS Tomorrow the younger Biehl, Vincennes Ind.; William Goodwin Silver Grove, Ky.; Edward Albers, Orlando: Louis Garrison, Glassboro Ni J.;; Dave Geros, Hilliard; will be Taylor hosting the Bronson

"The track and field federation boys were scheduled to Dan Sherman, Lakeland;, Jerry Strickland, Blackshear, Ga.; and Manager Tom Nichols, Daytona Beach. Absent when picture was taken was Eagles In a Rlverland Conference .

Is the one," the NCAA host Ormond Beach at 7 Ronald Shipley Lowell, Ind, who is in the hospital with a head injury suffered in practice. He is expected to return to school this week and will game at Municipal Stadiumat
source said. "The gymansts, the o'clock on, the local field be back at in of weeks Sun News P Gilmore
practice a couple ( ))oto by I o'clock Friday night anduicy
tbl'lr' but !
wrestlers pretty much go there are still no Hints _. .
are a oo po f nt un d ergo
own way. The AAU isnt con available.: This brought
cerned. Basketball becomes an about the need to play" the their guests. It should be closer

Issue only In an Olympic year" game at 4 o'clock tomorrow 6.9 Rookie Terrier 11 TICKETS than that.Seabieeze.
Tltusville and San-
"So the track and field federation afternoon.The BULLDOG CAGERS' GET ,
ford all remain on .the Bulldog
will be the first to test varsity grldders
Its strength a test that undoubtedly have much the same problem FOR GATOR schedule and all have greater

will come at the start of no )lights. However, TOUGH TOURNEY FIELDThe I 146DAYTONA power ranking than the local
Indoor Eyes FightNEW Edged Seabreeze Is at 72.., TltusviU
the season they will still be playing ,
"The NCAA Council Is meeting their game on Friday night CONTEST at 70.7 and Sanford at 82.7.

this weekend. They undoubt and under the )lights. DeLand Bulldogs have been placed In a tough class Ceryrloht by I. E. Litk.nheus I

edly will formulate and publish This contest, between the YORK (AP) Luclous for the 1965 Florida High School Basketball Tournament eliminations. BEACH The De.and GAINESVILLE *- Contrary and Parry PubllMtltM, In*.

policy. The NCAA members Wildcats and the Bronson Jackson must have broughtsome Junior High Terriers closed to prevalent thought Top Twenty
want a policy a guideline Floyd Lay Gainesville executive secretary of the Florida 1. Miami High 99.(
Eagles, has been slated for of that Olympic goodwill out their 1964 football season onan Saturday's Auburn Florida
something to stand on This 8 clock In D. L a It d'i back from Tokyo with him. High School Activities Association said yesterday team. have unhappy note in Memorial game In Gainesville Is nota 2. Coral Gables 99.0

policy should be newsworthy" Municipal. Stadium. Jackson' the 8-foot 9 star of been placed #in 16 groups for. the eliminations\ In Class AA, A, Stadium as the undefeated Main. sellout according-to 3. Jax Lee 97.7
It works like this! the US. basketball B and C. \11 1 4. Clearwater 94.T
Jt Is. hoped! that anyone champion. land Junior High grldders rallied Gator Assistant Athletic
The AAU holds the International who : Is unable. to follow hip game Victory over Russia The Bulldogs will fall in the Class AA Group S bracket for a 14-6 victory Director\ Percy Beard S. Wlldwood 94.3

franchises for sanctioningof their Bulldogs to, Apopka lilt week, exhibited peace- along with Seabreeze Mainland, Gainesville Ocala and San. Earlier this year the same ball "We have approximately 5. Fort Lauderdale High 94.5

amateur sports In this coun- on Friday night will be loving tendencies In his first ford.The club used a couple of breaks to 1000 tickets left for the 7. Miami Edison 93.8 i

down In Municipal Stadiumfor National Basketball Asoclatlon Florida Military School Black Knights are In Class A, hade the Terriers by 6.0 in another Auburn game," ,says 8. Milton. 93 3,
the clash between the game Tuesday night Group ( with New Smyrna Beach Palatka, SI Augustine and thriller. Beard ."These! will be on 9.: Lake Wales, 931

:Divers Eying 'Cats and Eagles. Bronson They came during a fight that Green Cove Springs. Last night the Terriers drove sale this week and, U 10. Starke. ,Bradford County
has dropped one game this erupted between Jackson Phildelphla The Taylor Wildcats of Pierson! will be In Class C, Group 80 yards the first time they got necessary, at the stadium 921
season, an upset by the teammate, Dave Gam- 8 with Hastings St. Augustine St. Joseph and St. Augustine their hands on the ball for a six- Saturday." : U. Jax Paxon, 111.' .

Special Hunt Hawthorne Hornets, but bee and St. Louis' Charly D&B.No pointer as Doug Stewart ,went The Auburn tickets remaining : 12. Pensacola High 901 i
they are. still the defendingRiverlan'd Vaughan. When Gambee and sites were announced. > the final four yards. An attempted are divided almost 13. Tampa Robinson, 90,8 1
'' Conference Vaughan started swinging at run for the extra point equally between the North 14. Jax BeachFletcher, 903 )

At champs; 'A win over Hawthorne each other at one end of the ailed and It was (-0 at the ..ndof and South atands. 14. Tampa HUlaborough, 90,J
SpringsA : in their second court players from both benches the first quarter. Beard also reports many 14. Winter Haven 90.3

I meeting would give them rushed to join In. SAYSCOACHSIWLAvUnitas t. The next time the Terriers got rickets remaining for the 17. Hialeah 89.5 .

apedaJ'scavenger hunt' for the title once again as the Not Jackson, though the ball they again began to Georgia and Miami games. 18. WPB Forest HUV 89.J .
divers Is scheduled to'begin at Cedar Key Sharks have upset "I was standing there keeping move. This time they pushed There are 1,600 South stand 19. Palm Beach.High, 8ft 8
noon Saturday at Ponce DeLeon the Hornets earlier lathe more guys from. getting on the Mainland back to their 20 before and 2500 North stand 20. Live Oak Suwanne 88.2
Springs with many divers from )'ear.FertIg. pile," the 240 pounder explained Is Greatest QB losing the ball. That, was aboutIt tickets left for Georgia and

throughout the Central Florida afterward. "I was watching" a* far as scoring threats went 1.200 North and 5,000 South Sanford Seminole) 82.7 .
area scheduled to participate. That was about the onlv time for the Terriers during the,night. stands tickets on' sale for Leesburg 8403
Four events have' been slated during the game though, that John Schnebly got the Main. the Miami game Hawthorne 79.1StAuillsdnll
and there will be some Inter Named just stood around I BALTIMORE) If anything was to blame. It land club at tie in the second Florida meets Georgia lathe High 77 4Bronaon

eating and valuable prizes for watching.The rookie from Pan "Here' John Unites, the grea- was lack of a running attack. period when he went five yards Gator Bowl, Nov. 7. 75.3 ? ...
the ,performers. Two of the American for TO. He also the PAT and closes out .its, home '
top College made his feet quarterback National "Consequently we had to a ran Daytona. Beach.! ., Seabreeze: .
events will be timed one will presencefelt and It was 78 at halftime. season agalata"Miami. .
Football League history was .
I I threw 73 to 80 per the
particularly under
have do with the most peek's Best the Itfrr Diaries dashed 44 Nov. 28.
.1 to weight boards In Philadelphia's 10081 the Introduction by CoachDon time," tlnitss I you Morgan yards ', TlrtuviUe, TO.T' *I
t brought up from the boll and the W'"'. t -..- .victory over the Shuts at a luncheon In honor of have only one offensive phase, a for an insurance TD In the third "' Klasimmee!?; (VceelaJ 70.7 *
fourth will be a treasure bunt, f i? 1''Lsi.tate5pr; ,iq HbuMteated! Hawks. previously Boston the Baltimore Colts pausing attack, then the defense period and Schnebly hit Clint Apopka; Memorial 674Lyman

There will be a "ditch and rrcoven" Craig Fertlg, quarterback for crushed New York 131103 in the Coach, you got some nerve," can blow in on the offensive line Ashury with a pass on the PAT.; WettsteinOutTALLAHASSEE ::5:1.8': '

and salvage division. In the University of'Southern Call. yecond game of the doublehead- said Unltas. and they have to break down a Terrier Head Coach Bob New Smyrna Beach .47.7Melroce
the timed events. > fornla Trojans was named er. The reaction has been typical couple of time during a game" Smith cited'end..Lynn Morris for 45.('

Divers from Cocoa' lamps Back of the Week today by The Jackson scored only 10 points of the outspoken Unite to the Unltas squelches any, Idea playing one of the !best games (AP) Florida Pierson, Dewltt Taylor 370Miklta
and Orlando are expected to join Associated Press but grabbed 14 rebound., high praise being lavished on him that the Colts have found something he has ever seen performed by Spates) football Coach Bill
those closer to this area The Fertlg threw four touchdown In the contest once again now that the Baltimore or somebody new that a Junior high gridder. Morris Peterson planned a series of '
Junior Divers dub of Tampa Is passes and overall completed Colts are riding high. At suddenly turned them Into a made several fin tackles, workouts today to eliminate FSU 'Hoty

E scheduled to bring 40 members. 21 of 28 passes for 371 yards In a the sam luncheon, h. referred nigh\ scoring, outfit. caught the speedy Morgan from mistakes made in lint Satur
f'' Some ItO In jewelry an air 26:21: victory over California last Steve De to some backslappers as "front behind, caught several passes day's 2011 loss Virginia Tech.: .
breather, a $20 diving light and Saturday as the.' Trojans ol1g runners." and blocked several by Main- FSU fumbled away one Uuch- Th A".oUu4 InaChicago'

certificates for free air art bounced back from their defeatat Unltas Pros :WatciCincy and.'Stewart and Tommy Townsend down and had two passes Inter : Stan Miklta oft to a.
Is being] toasted because N. .
fast start defense of his
I among the prizes to be given.Wittenberg the hands of Ohio State the did some good running for espied .
Is[ the Colts have crossed the
week Selected *. the Terriers. The Seminole meet Southern tional Hockey League scoring,,
goal line 31 times In winning ..Ixout into trouble
.four ninth graders championship ran
11 In the lain; two minutes of play Twenty Mississippi Saturday ,night
of seven games to lead the final with the officials as 'the Hawks
Junior high
played Seminole defensive tackle
>rtlg completed six straight Western Conference H* can lost to the Toronto Maple Leafs
I Lineman Back football game and will, move to Frank Pennle will return to the
for 9J the last for
tasses yards recall last season when they 32 Tuesday night.
Poll senior next season. Eighteen -
high starting lineup\ after missingthe
Heading 22 and the winning TD. In
yards scored only 35 touchdowns In U will return. Miklta, who collected: two
eighth graders last Terry Garvhi will
addition he averaged 37,6 yardson KNOXVILLE Tenn. (AP) games and there were boos replace I faeiv at end In points and Hawk Coach Billy

B By TM AiMlUud. Pros punts. "I didn't really think I had OFFENSIVE LLNE CINCINNATI AP) In these a defensive shakeup Reay charged onto the Ice after

The Wittenberg University Bill'Wolskl. NoIre Dame half. played, too welt l| until I studied "Our offensive line took a lot days of multiple substitutions West Pacing Also Tom West will start) at the game ended chasing lines
Tigers topped The Associated back; Jim Grahowskl Illinois the gam* films. And then I realized I of abuse unnecessarily" says and football\! specialists you offensive tackle la place et Bob man Matt Pavellch a disputeover
Preas small college football poll fullbAck and Bob Schwelckert, I bid played the best game Units*. "I never thought the dnn't hear much about triple Mangan. an offside call. against
today for the firth straight Virginia Tech quarterback, of mjrcareer"That's' line was' over the hill although threat backs' but the Universityof NBA ScoringNEW Peterson said the team will Chicago.

week. were blab up In th* weekly wing what Steve belong, a lot of people did. They are Cincinnati! has one concentrate on getting the ball Pavellch won the argument.
The unbeaten Tigers whipped( by sporjs) writers and broad Tennessee guard said about his now getting some welt deserved He's Brig Owens to whom to America candidate Fred Toronto took over sole posses
DenUon 4014 last Saturday for eastern.Shuffleboard. defensive play against LSU a recognition" some are trying to attach the YORK (AP) '- AU those BUetnlknff more than they have slon of first place in the league
their sixth atralght victory and performance that the nickname The Brig 0 to go with old familiar name are then in been. The FSU flanker back and Mlkita extended his scoring
topped the voting by The AP underdog Vola tie LSU 3.3 and ,The Big 0 who was Oscar Rob the National Basketball Association grabbed 11 passes for 182 yards lead. But referee1 John Ashley
I panel of 15 sports writers and win for Belong the nod Associated Bouiingf ertson. Cincinnati's three.time scoring statistics' released and the Seminoles only touchdown had to prevent Reay and Pavellch
I broadcasters with 129 points Press Lineman aa of All.America basketball star by the league today. All la the losing cause against from exchanging punches at
They received seven first place Member of the DeLand Owens quarterbacks the Bearcat of them but one. VPI. the end .( the gang..a .
voles, four seconds two thirds, Shuffleboard dub recorded a 26t ResultsTuttoAY football team now 41 He You can't help noticing the
one seventh and one eighth victory In games yesterday "This certainly I.I an honor runs the ban 413 yards la 73 absence of Will Chamberlain
\ Prairie View of Texas rnntln- over members of the Seabreeze and I'm grateful! for It, but I feel ....M. corns carries for an average of 33 name though. The 7.foot.1 San a.

oed its upward climb with two dub. that It should go to our entire Hippy MltHrl 4. llfht *lll 1. 01| yards and with five touchdowns.He 'Francisco star hwn't played An"S

victories and nosed out Florid 'Helen Dowdy and Emma Mejontgl defensive line" said belong, PI tn.k.. lyre 4,,.flip puns. Oi does the passing 30 completions any game this season because
it-lp I ,
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AIM for the No.: 2' In the 245-peund, lIfoot.3lard from .,. of a stomach disorder.
spot I led the winners with a less -. .u. .. -I CillmitM for 387 yards and two .
Top Ten with 95 points to S3 for 2U while Margaret and Lou Norfolk. Va. "Our whole team ., A II./.O..< 0, touchdowns Jn 41 attempts He WUt. Illness has left the Cell THE

the Rattlers. A week ago Mnn- Ichloaser bad a 233 for the. was up for the game. and that lit: thn.5Cmgnt, 4WClIlmttM. .515,1 51,51.. left I does the punting 17 for sa vide open .for the rest of the !

day Prairie View. defeated Wl]. losers. The DeLand pair won the' helped my play" ; Klin .".11I tlnilt, average of 33.( yards lie does NBA shooter And they'll needas r
tort tnrm.u4.LADIII -
ey and on Saturday demolished layoff( game, 10360. Coach Doug Dickey agreed mK part of the point.after-touch big a lead a* they can get POLL TAXAMENDMENT
Arkansas AM&N 3113. Florida The referees Barr with belong that his play TIN FIN down kicking five of eight. because Chamberlain U expected
AM edged Tennessee State 22 were Roy against LSU wu the best of the ALL MiKnry.t, 0111 Plumk1l >II' For purposes of the record.: to return to action this weekend .
for DeLand and Jay Jarbutt for t./.H J... 30.I Seabreeze. The season a year In which the ........ C.... Si H'll'wir M.,.". Owens standing 3 foot.11 and .
scorekeeper was Volunteer "U L rr.. ....O".*...... ... does
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Texas A4I Jumped from sev. are using a stout 11 MI weighing pounds not While the Warrior star was .
Ade Davidson. ........ .. .
I .y a "Mu1" Fan .
enth to fourth after a 1312 defense to try to bounce back- aa li 01...'. awuiy tent a, MM* play defense with the Bearcatsbut convalescing, Jerry West t. .

triumph over Lamar Tech while Tournament The Ladles will be Singles dub here a football power"J5t "Mill C.Lprnhu' !. Art's It..,..Jana..... i*"**' Coach Chuck Smdley,(e 4* Jumped off In front in scoring Eliminate 1M poll tax'as a requirement of voting
pled, 1
Youngstown moved 'up fromeighth tIlVi certainty U deserving Ptulty' WN,5t.k..S bah" iini.., he would be a great defensive with 122 points for a 303 average III Federal elections.
Into: a tie for fifth with tomorrow beginning at I a.m. It of the honor," Dickey said t Matl I ..... vMn(. I,',1" ."?., back bcause of his speed and Baltimore's Bailey Howell

Louisiana Tech. Youngstown. II. sponsored by the DeLand City.. "Th*. fact that h* U a gnat "''.MMy. *"S>" Oman ilnlt" M7| agility In fact pro teams have .la second with 111 and a IRS
.. downed Baldwin Wallace '2t t( Recreation and Community Services football player is .general knowl' I' Aa4 h'ah. nPnnllol, ? expressed Interest In him because average. Figure Include games. HOLLAND
while Louisiana Tech beat Department and directed: by wigs:But as far as the coarhlni atiwiccMLtn of his potential defensive through Monday,
t.' Northwestern Louisiana It 7. Chutes G ndlpY. :: staff .U concerned,. his work as I ( I v.. Ntwl (. AIL M..- ability. They feel bas a bit Nate TIIU1'1I'IfIIMf.Io Is fining
)Ir. and Mrs. Gardner Waterman Slue U O.C.(.. Gulf It 0... small for aa offensive quarter-
captain haa been almost | '' and.
Rounding out the Top Ten are 127 S. Julia Av., are horn as CH M.HI.. H San Diego State, No. T. followed after spending the summer In valuable a* the strength. he has *I.-I.'. S. tan A M.rf ant's It back. scheme of thin" tops the awry session of Congress thereafter. Both noose

by Susquehanna. Los Angeles Chester Vt. Mr, and Mr*. Henry gives us on defense.. .....,.. Oil 1 A| H.Tnuk MH ...I'!i.. a.ri.M Am. Maunders with 10 to 88 for finally passed It overwbehnwftj in 1962, and
State and Massachusetts ash ,,
for the lineman of the aM5 *
Minnesota Concordla the lav ; Oscar Robertson
two tied for 10th. Mrs.visiting Tim her parents Lantern Mr.Lane and. week award. ...Oman 125.Inuu 51e. MnSh. Nat 5151 ,** %o remains the No. 1 playmaker VWUod amendment has become the. 2.....

t7 Mattes Nebraska end Mike Grace and ,, sl a ant eis51. '* 104S1SICONO with 43 assists la four ,game. Amendment to the ,Federal Constitution.
Word has been received that hive three. Mal.
; DWGA Winners linebackers Jim Carroll o t St. L+ui.'.aiff Sagas ba* a Jn '
Mrs. Ma Counter of Barre. Vt.haa .,
Notre Dame, Dick Butkua o t NIOHTIM shooting average M' lead .thaidepartment KHP( SPISSARO L HOIUN6 WOOING
and broken her
Turn N.. a 4, D.L. .
0Th.. ram was shoulder Mr. and Mr. Arthur Texas and Ronnie! Cawnesa elf ." *i o.UM Dogs non *.Ih1.fare and AdrUa Smith\ elClnctnnitl 'YOUIIIGHTS'
"blind partners" for membersof Ganslow (13 C. Rich Ave, have Arkansas were other*'who were "' ... II Ma.h.5's "IIItit 5. top the foul,shooters FOR: AS A: CITIZEN
MAO Ann. Fart. a.nty
the DeLaad Women's Golf As.. returned from their summer In signaled out for,stellar perform rr.n5a.: A111 Mai with 18 of W for .M7
ancej. 55, I,, 571, 1"51, 1125., '
sedation yesterday. Dunkirk. N.Y.Mrs. -
DHp1155, cam ..:
la the II.Hole Out A group Myrtle Root has returnedto Tus N.. e. hit, as.' ... sees.OlLAND tU. Drown Dropped RE-ELECT SPESSARD L.I

I .. It was Oydle Lochmlller: and her home at 133 W. Wisconsin MOW 'AIM COMDITI.NIOIt IU' DOUILI IO*. !T .
Bonnie Bradley the winners Ave. after spending some time la 6 c.....* .,._*.. .......> ( Pas.D MIAMI tAPt-Ckaru* Brown.
I Low putts was woe by Mary; Saginaw, Mich. She later took a ITT tai H4_...<. Kill atrvv* lop lr0l1uN4F0 University et Miami Rarfiag 4efr -
t".IM- "
Frances Smith. In the Class 1 R boat trip to Alaska. Mr; and Mr. Tables a set Art ...._.Ne. w15 a IUS a,1n no. 00! *
group the team of Jeea Canine rhaunry Porter..., ll* S. High St. tll.t.r.ee5.51a.tu"' .'" ens I hr Sa 5n.u.....a a lm1E1,1111In1S Tuesday trap the InoibaU wad t I
and Marine McGrltt was first. had their ass and her husband, 3 a- HP- tor m seemed curlew ..walloll.I I
Kitty Hall bad low putta. Mr. and'Mrs. Dale. Collet. Ha. -No pips has eveiraught two Coack Charlie Tate said.,"We

Mabel Battling and Peg Frank feat, Cal? a* their guesta. Mr A.M. t* MMdtlahtJohn's touchdown pasw* la It previou 1MeloAae fv. him.. a second epportualty{
lla won la the sine-hol. group and Mrs. Elmer Cheney, 1100 S. Rator Bowl football daulc. and h* di* tint abide by ikeruV U. S. SENATORliI
with Ginny Cunningham and Blvd.. have returned after upendIng Bar Tweatytwo payoff pitch bane NI'IMC elect I *." Brews .was .suspended
Kay Joluuoa placing\ second. the summer at Hillsdale, get sotto .....e4 been 'recorded, all to Low putts went to Barbie Smith. Mica, toll alto toe staying cot too late.


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1 1'1" __ ,. j Paw 12 tOANO JIOUOA( ) SUN KIWI,-WEDNESDAY.,0028,1964 .
Editorials ;:- .. ..... . tr M.": .' .- NOTICE OF INTtMTION TO
ta aewrdaaoe with Section *6.01,
I Five Day Forecast Ftorlaa etantea. 1IM the under.
,. New Baby in the Cr'odi lined/ ) will r..1.ter with the Clerk
Cannel .By 'fb. AMMlaArf ....... of tk. Clrmilt Court tn Voluala
receipt of
< County Florida upon
Equalize'Eqna :Time'President i- t. Temperature jwll average proof of publication of Oil. notice,
near the seasonal normal duringthe the following flcUUou name, to.
At period.) Normal high range RATER: HOUSE APAHTMBNTS
jbfuaon" electronic reportto i J .: DNS4MPACN yx Bay from 78 to 83, normal low In the tinder which w* are enirued. lathe .
recent yJ outruetlon. op.eratloa
,50 extreme north and 60* elsewhere and toadnr of apartment
the nation was undeniably demanded by the Rainfall win average less houe.. at (IS South Beach Street
( nr By WARD CANNEL than half Inch Daytona Beach, Voluela County,
and China the one : except one
Russia the
sudden developments In Florida In which bnelnee* onderaliined -
Newspaper ICntorprbe Aaoa. to two inches In the southeast are the only penon In.

downfall of Khrushchev and the explosion of anatomic I "',I We received an urgent letter portion at the beginning of the half t.... t.d.<(4)each Interest of u.thireln.r owning. a on*-

device. 'yl the other day from one Bodden period. >,atd at Daytona mach, Florida
("Boo'") Robinson 21, asking us ___ thli let day of October A D. Hit.

His speech was also Inevitable political ; to help put down an Insurrectionat you do it your way without MELVIN/./ DANTPU A.MELNICK ROBINSON

P; the college. fraternity wherewe bothering the national office about O-f-U-II-2I
value to his campaign a :value gained, at no expense ItT '
lived many years age NOTICI'TO DtftHOW
to his party. ,* :/ 4 1 r r Ordinarily we would not pay "No," be said, "there's too SEVENTH THE: CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF rue

Goldwater X r any mind to a letter of this much centralization nowadays.. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR VO
It Is to be regretted that Senator nature. In the tint place, we do Unless a man stand up againstIt IN LtlSIA' COUNTY
could not be granted the equal broadcast time not know brother Boo who la the situation will only get LELAND FEDERAL RAVINGS

he sought in order to present his own positionon #S probably put (0 and of another worse." AND corporation> JOAN orcanlaed ASSOCIATION and eiletlnf a
iucStf. ;
A, t, b r N generation And second we did There\ wu a familiar ring to under the law of the United State
these Important mat.tersr. 4 t not recognize the secret sign he that argument But somehow It of America" Plaintiff.

of the broadcasting Mal added after his signature. seemed to be pomlng from the CHARLES U SONNET- al ,
This was not the M i1 : .,
Besides get Involved wrong aide TO: CHARLES U. IfINNEYin A
Industry but of an outmoded law which requires In this sort:ot thing you must In either case, we did not MART R. KINNEY

that all candidates for the presidency be. given y ,;rY sooner or later give' the hand- really understand It, and had no Ton Whoa are* hereby addru notified I* unknown that a

of free time. shake which we .remember aa 'wish to Inquire further. To our suit haa.been inatlluttd airalnat
the same t' ynll In tho above "yled Court h.
r" r i ; iF" being a very painful affair Involving way of thinking It Is a very AND LOAN SAVINGS

The networks refused Coldwater because It two deep-knee bends. tedious ,business to be caulhtbet'"eell' : Plaintiff ASSOCIATION, .i
; and you are ""'."I and
would have meant that each network would then But there wu a paragraph In two generations of Ideal. written required defeneea to ierv* a copy of your
ists.fl or other pl.adlnK.
brother Boos letter which bothered .
about 10 more hours of 'expensive ; r' the Complaint on the plaintiff
have had to give up ,: us quite a bit: Attono'o, JORDAN ABBOTS.:
candi '' "N i.tOAU NOTIC1O 140 North Flortila.Avenue. p o.
time to all the other presidential yi nH M Certainly you muit ,realize "4. I> Land. Florida, and nit Bolt the:

dates-most of them virtually unheard of, some 1:1rD >\ that these boys, by defying the Order MOTc, of ,PutalleitlonItf OF 'UIT erlilnal pieadnaa' written In the offlc def.nee of the or Clerk other.

handful of adherents, some out-tnd- '1431 Seven. Arcane: Commandments CIRCUIT COURT OK THE BEV. of the abjy* styled| Court on or be.
with only a for. th* t6th day of .
of the national fraternity have ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT II J <
.. AND FOR VOLU8IA COUNTY D. W4. Herein fall not or a Decrii
out crackpots. 1 challenged the basic Ideal by FLORIDA CHANCERY Pro Confeeeo may b* entered
t which we are bound In eternal Chancery Na IT.Mt DIV. B a.'n.t' "00, This cult I. etyled a* .
Fortunately for the broadcasters,|{lhe\Fed 2 2r1L brotherhood. BARBARA JEAN GREENPlaintiff above Jl Jlt'ir} and certain|. for mortfan the forecloiure front

Commission ruled that the E, DOORAW and RUTH
,; eral Communications W. could not remember really LEON WILLIB GREEN : 000RAW' hu.hand wife
President's speech was nonpoliticaL what the Seven Arcane Commandment Defendant ; DELAND FEDERAL n1v No
were. If they were fonowlni described
OF FLORIDA property In Vo.
f The equal-time law was suspended by Congress around in our day they did not TO: LEON' WILLIE GREEN luala. County Florida, to.wit:

debates figure much In either the fraternity Who.. r..ld nc. and addrwi Lot J.
in 1960 to enable the Kennedy-Nixon I. unknown: Sprint Oardan Hill, Unit
No. 1,
7 life or secret meetings a subdivision In the South
The law ought to be permanently: changed.: Ton are hereby required to flic one.half ((8.$, ) of the SW'( of
: NO UNDERSTANDING with th.toCI rk of thli Court your Section S*. Township 14 South
aniwtr th* Bill of Complaint Rate 10 Eaat.
accordln to
In other countries: -Great Britain tot: ex: As a matter of fact In think filed hrln a aln.t you In the In Hop Book 11. Pate lot, Pub.mep
t ing back we could not really abov ntltld caua. on or before Ho Record ot Voluiia County
: granted such thingsas the 17th day of NoY.mb r. AD. Florida;
ample-political parties are recall which of the boys In the 19H4 and nrv a copy thereof upon

free radio and television time-or campaign: '. .. '+:r fraternity were members and William A, Ottlnor, plaintiff attorniy Thus notice ehall k* published
? .'". <<'1' r- .... ,. herein, whop address I.I once each week for four connecu.tlv .
,, which
subsidies either on the basil of the hum> I' 'II j. ... were not u nobody ever ill Weit New York Avenue. D*. week In DeLand Bun New.
expense went Into the secret meeting Land, Florida. TDeLand Bun Mm DONE and ORDERED at DeLand
mtton'i . I* hereby deilrtnaKd a* the n.wpapcr .. Florida this the
In the legislature SOU day of Ootobw -
ber of seats they hold room unless It wu to play
t : In which this order .hall be A.D. 11...
the of the electorate'which voted lJIERRY-GO.nOUND:1. J r ping.pong publlihd one a Wf.k for 4 con JESS MATHA8
or percentage WASHINGTON
,. .
ecittlv .k. HEREIN!: FAIL Clerk of the Circuit Court
for them in the last election. SevillePersonab (That is not strictly true. NOT OR A''' DECREE PRO fON.FE88O of Voluiia County. Florida
There wu now that we think WILL BB ENTERED (SEAL)
i i It should be possible for a similar system to about It, a secret meeting In VRR. Deputy CI.rlr0.1118N4.11
either our junior or senior yearto Th. nature of this sun I I. a bill"WITNESS ,
be worked out In this country with respect to Record Election-Victory :
determine whether the cook Mr hand nra teal at NOTICE OF SUIT '
broadcast time. Let the candidates for the Theo was to serve the gravy on thepotato. IVLand Volu I ia Florida. Order of Publication ,
SEVILLE Mr. and Mr. W. this 16tb day of October A D 1114. IN THE! CIRCUIT COURT, SEV.

cratic: party or the Vegetarian party or the Socialist E. Varnadoe of Jacksonville .).. or on the meat or onboth A. Clerk JFS8 Circuit MATHAS Court, AND ENTH FOR JUDICIAL VOLUSIA CIRCUIT COUNTY If: ,

: party be granted a few moments_ Oat the Predicted For President spent Wednesday with Mrs. In those It In Voluda r" Florida FLORIDA IN CHANCERY DIV..
Varnadoe's brother 'and sisterin days, seems now (OJ'rIC1yLR l NO' 17,114 DIV 0

air In ratio to their support artttmg) the?general '1.: ... .law, Mr. and Mrs. .Morris retrospect everything wu geared A Deputy ANDREWS Clerk IN VERDIB KB! : ADOPTION ANN BULLARD OP)

S, population. '=. Flower and family.Miss. more toward 'the outside ., t O-I8-N..I\\I A-MINOR ,
world"' or, u It was more THE! N THB .TAn I
Ruth Baker generally 'rr.or.
\ The equal-time law was generously Inspired. By DREW PEARSON libel suit brought by Curtis Dall :Axel Hendrlckson of Jacksonville : called, ' IN THE COUNTT JUDOF I TO.WHOSE PLACE BULLARD.. .
what later life looked (COURT IN AND FOR VOL.U8IA. OP RESI.DHNC8
? No legitimate candidate in ,America should be (EDITORS. NOTE Drew of the liberty lobby. The right- cam: down for the week. Precisely COUNTY: FLORIDA IN PROBATE 13 UNKNOWN THBNATURAL
end with their like wu not really clear. ButIt FATHER OP VER. '
Pearson who baa been mother Mrs
on a wing in this case: wu knocked
denied access to the ears of his fellow citizens( Marl Baker. Mrs Baker seemed to be filled with way IN RB ESTATE OP Dill. ANN BULI.ARD 4 \
:Heal varfcxi re
i pot survey part right out of court. RINORTp
I ... 1
i simply because he lacks the wide appeal of the et the United State, today reports Never have so detectives turned home with them to spend stations known u "contacts To all creditor and all persons are herby .otlfled that ,
I many And moat things measured'by Newman B. smith and Marl Jane
two weeks. She has been at her were flavin claim or demand
M hi* Bet finding) Smith, hueband and wile, have filed
two major parties. been employed by a political anal nit acid eitatel
home how well
: I here since Spt 11 and they prepared youfor their petition herein aeeklnir' I to
party to track down every has been contact In You and each of you, art hereby adopt verdle Ann Bullard, a minor,
t But in its insistence: on an hour for an hour, EN ROUTE One week from youthful escapade every love Lorace Sykes gradually of Daytona improving Beach For example learning to play notified. )' claim and and required demand to which prooen'.n you, and for sold minors name t* b* I
changed to Verdle Ann Smith
networks in ful today, the American public will affair every past association of contact In or either of you, may hove ....In.' Toe are liereby commanded to
the law is hamstringing visited pis aunt Mrs. Bill Ruth, golf wu good for 'the' vital of Kill May Oraham
know the final be
j' t results ot one ot the Democratic candidate and Sunday c ' So was tennla. So was late of Voluda County fll ":1t1'tr.,"" dr.-. Court and
the : dense..dl : of this Court.
their :
responsibility community '
filling the-
the bitterest most o the Mon John a. Brim- '
I t leaser functionaries on their Mrs. Marie Smiley of Pli-non bridge. On the other hand ben County Judea, of Vnluila Coun.11y Foe? .An..." to eald ''petition to
belt campaigns how If
presidential In cause ,
What is more the end result is to place A ban I1l1tOl')'. Sf* >> staffs Never'' in my covering been ot Visited Mrs. Marie Baker! Tuesday ping.pong was not gold for eons UnurthQUH, gnu I, offk.In 'Dtnd l:<' th* Volu County 1a the' patltlon; should any not you b* rented why,
campaigns there so afternoon,. tells In later jife, and neither on or bethre the lath day of No.
: County. Florida, within oil month.
of almost, 'absolute silence on the fringe and'. I Jl* 1 read, the polls and the much peddling of political) : pondgraphy H P. McAlexander and mother was crlbbart'O> Humanities from the date of th. lint publication "copy.mb.thereof, A.D.upon 144 Maurice, and *F...Foe.ter a.

I, minority parties the law was designed to.foster. political opinion expressed both so much extremism in .Mr*.--Je8le McAlexander of 34. hereof..ent.d AU within claim. the and time demandsnot and Mtltlonm* attorney herein,

privately! '!!(* publicly In various mud.slinging. Jacksonville visited Mr. Carl CANT RECALLFor tn tt* manner prescribed herein whoee Bulldlnf addren, DeLand.le 101 Conrad Realty

areu ranging from ,North SNOOP SLEUTH Robinson. and Mrs. Bill Ruth the life of U'. we could hall Dated he barred October a*10 provided. A.D. 1951 by law DeLand Sue :1'11hreh I ,
Dakota |to, Florida Lyndon B. Tuesday what had HILDA A. WOOD deelmated a* the newapaner In
Even u this 1* written, the suet understand hap which the Order chill be puhll.hedno
Johnson will be elected by one Mr and :Mrs. Bedford A. Admlnl.trlx e.t... of the E*. a week for four ooniwutlv
FBI 1 II checking: on the back. Bailer pened In these Intervening yearsthat tat. of KM May OrahamPeceaaed
of the heaviest margin in alley sleuths who have been of Selma N.C., and son PFC would prompt that fraternity WeekL SAID PETITION HEREIN FAIL Will NOT OR BU

DEAR ABBY. hLltOl). dredging the political icwers for Gary Bailey of Fort Sill, Okla., to rise up against the Seven O-ll-H N 4-11 CALLED tIp FOR HEARING IJJI:. I

Theft I Ii. good reason\to.. bellev aordld tidbit One I* Thomas La. have been with Mrs Baileys Arcane Commandments,. whatever Bond OF SUIT FORe FURTHER IINO! COLT TO WITHOUT TOUW1TNE8S .

that h* will carryall! ot Venla a private eye, who got mother Mrs W. J. Woodard they were. Greer ef Publlettlen mv hand and real at \I ItllI..IOtA
and IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Brf'JCNTH DeLand, Voluela Florida,
sister Mrs County
She New England Including, th Into the snooping busin" s a*, a Eugene Martin, So we put In a lone distance JUDICIAL .CIRCUIT IN dayi OHoher n 1M4.
Swung rock.ribbed Republican state of gumshoe (or the late Sen. Ice fir a week leaving Monday. call to the fraternity house and AND 'FOR VOLUSIA COUN. JESS kATNAS, .
PFC Bailey will leave shortly TT, J'LORID'i UHANCaCGEOKUWIWC A. Clerk of Circuit Court, I
wits the
Main and Vermont which: McCarthy.La at length spoke pre.l.dent 8Plalntltt Voluela County Florida
Roosevelt failed to carry In Viola hu been. ahadow/l.i\ .for Rhine-MaIne Air Force Base who explained the boys' lillli'IV. By RACHEL ANDREWS/ :
Missed la i'rMkt Deputy Clerk
Germany a
And 1936; and that 'he will even Bobby Baker and his soc''el, two. position to as: ... (OFFICIAL SEAL)
tASICALL carry MlMlulppl. peering round corners dogging year duty tour While here,, "In an evolving society with 'HUUJIT LOCKERMANPtfendant O.II-I'.N..1t ..
they spent two nights\ with
Furthermore the tier of midwest th.\lr trail, and digging Into friends In Melbourne and several Its pluralistic alms and aspira IX THB NAME or'THB STAIMIP NOTICE TO CNIOITO,
lions." he said, "a mall'mlllltnot : Et TH ) COUNTY JUDOPi
farm belt their garbage-looking for
TAN 1\JU1II state, extending days with Mrs Bailey's brother be restricted by encrusted TO SHIRLEY LOCKKRMAMRaeldenc COURT IN AND roA VOLI!HIA
from North Dakota down possible evidence that might Unknown
Ed Strickland and family In COUNTY FLORIDA IN PHOBATB -
DEAR ABBYi I haw been, dating a golf pro for the through: Oklahoma and 'tnclud, embarrass the Democrats.La .. Orlando. Mrs Woodard accompanied bureaucratic regulations and ri with Ten the arc Clerk hereby required Court to your fll* IN RB .F8TATB OP

put six months and h* has been giving me golf lesson 'lag Kansas, I* likely to go for Venla's parttlm operative them on the trip*. tuals""Wary aniwer to th* lIf'lf Complaint ALOA WILLIS ZORNIS: ,
t free of charge On our third date he asked m* to marry Johnson. North and South Dakota have been painfully obvious Mr. and Mr*. Claude Blair we said "couldn'tParty filed herein aialnit you la the abov tn ......'".
; ntltUd befor the lath Tt -Odl
eau or
** on
r I him but said that due to some financial reason he would;,,,.. 'and Kansas ,,haven gone: for a Whf n,Jhey copied the automobile and daughter aDd day of November A.D. 116. aadaerv ::'mn4ot'.U demand pereoitannr : .

have to postpone marrying m* for about a year Hopingto Democratic president sine. 1136. llceruM of one vtiltor, the visitor Mr and Mr. Ray GaUin, of Honors a copy thereof upon Samuel, hereIn. aralntt hid .tate:
Holed, Tau.
V.. plalnttfattorney and each of are 'hereby
hasten the marriage I let him have about $300) I ]last The Ktt.. of Imply pulled out hi* own pencil McClenny visited Mrs. W. R. "* whop address I. lift North Third notified: and required you to preeenl:

found out that h* hu been dating other.elr1and giving .Arizona, horn and copied the license numberof Ruth at Pine Island and enjoyed Cheryl Carlisle lire Palatka" Florida "DeLand any demand which you.or .
Sue? I* hereby deal'"natd a* either of you' may have afalnat
her golf lessons for nothing Now I realize that h* wa ot one BaIT1Goldw"u the surveillance automobile. perch fishing the ..,.pel' la which thl* order tie vital* ef ALGA WILLIS
t only using me but I must admit h* improved my golf The FBI has learned that La Little Jill Plttinger of Daytona PIERSON BIrthday' greetings haU be published once a week. for KORNlJs d......... late ef Voluela'

gun a lot. I like much pride to tell our club president seem likely to Vents found out about Whit Beach pent from Thursday to Cheryl Carlisle who was '4 conterutlv OR A week DacREa.PRo HEREIN CONIf FAILNOT County a. Florida, County, to the Judare Hon of JohaBrTncton V...

f h but I would to get my money back. How? desert htm louse aide Walter Jenkins"arrest through the weekend with her 13 years old Oct. 33.: She was 880 WILL HU. ENTEREDAGAINST luda County: at hi. office In th*

If thlr etl before It broke in the grandmother Mr. W. J. Wood honored with a family party at TOU FOR SUCH FAIL- County Voluiia Courthoueo In-, within PeLan' sit l ,

L DUMB BLONDE mate 1* anywhere paper Another who had ad ard. the home .of her parents Mr. Tbs nature. ef thus milt 1* a bill nonlh flr.J'I: date of the fleetpublication

i p DEAR BLONDE Ferg your pride and tell tile cluhpnddent near cor vance knowledge wu Harold Mrs. Charlie dark visited and Mrs Harold Carlisle, on for divorce.WITNESS: My band and coal atJo.La. demand not hereof vrennted All claims within and
former friend and relative in Jacksonville Home Lake Thursday plght. Voluela County. Florida, time and In the manner nJ1t..1. :
thai hi golf 1* wider in more *, wberen.arcor..rect.'ltwtU Stewart chief of the 11th
pee par
of << .
this day 4 chill bo barred provided
It then.... Aid don't get M JIIlt,....., with proteuloaalwtager b* park'police who ha been hired last week. The dining table wu centered ; :J'S'il1fHl* .
Mr. and Mr*. Vernon Wool- with Cheryls birthday cake A. Clerk Circuit Court. 7Palod
ae' a gunuho HouatR .
renumber detplt of' by
again unless you caa ,oM kerp ,your else) Voluela' County Florida IU'dhAl'cl 1-DPu.:
wine hIfUIIt .
ot Palatka visited I their decorated In yellow and
I the fUthlect'- publicans. BKAL!: .
bead down and your eye M your purest ( t Wilt
I e e e ties of smeart.atabnstaely PtARbN It may be only a coincident aunt and uncle, A71'. and Mr. In addition to the hosts and By RACHEL ANDREW : ...Z..a"r.fthlw: WILUS -

I i DEAR ABBYt In.your reply to. 'WORN OUT" the ; president, on amass that one of his former d.tectlve"par J.Mr.p, Gunter over the weekend of honor, those presentwen Deputy CIorIloUItJl.N'4 '' ZORXE8.: D.ess..d.001.14N5.11.
Mr .
Pastor and Mrs. William
Larry Duncan
I mother of 10 who wu expecting her llth you say "It it bail It will also be ; policeman ",.Carrol.S ),oil, of DeLand ,
visited Mr. and Mr*. Evbanut 41 r. and Mrs. Horace
Is Dot to religion, call Planned Parent despite a second scandal charge maker Inquired at the Washing Mows,
contrary your your D. C. Duncan for the G. to Mdse MEN
weekend Mr. and Mrs. E.
II hood Center/ which ported'et th, to Republican hunch"PROTECT are re meat ton Afetropolitan'Potice about Jenkins Depart arrest A family dinner' and gatheringwas Wessmaa Carlisle and Mr and Mrs E. I Cats I IAatOSS A

I To knowledge, the Planned Parenthood program PRESIDENCY" record held at the home .of Mrs T. Peterson and daughter, 10R.mow1'Tte

Is not contrary to ANY religion It the, 1* a W. J. Woodard Sunday Present JiicUe.\
woman rMnal run
Early: In thuf campaign the Despite this, tile public still ossp
were: Mr and Mr*. Ed Strick +
Roman Catholic her local Planned Parenthood group will Jobnaos strategy board di.. figures that the bule blues In land and family of Orlando; daughter Mr*. Leslie Coldlng. aIII .U

give her complete Instruction la birth control a* approved ratted the question of a Senate the campaign art peace or war, Mr*. June Plttinger and daughter > and granddaughter, MUte JanIce ua tlllllploJl-
by her church. ., ....... S2 PW
"investigation.'et the vast acT trigger happlneu, medical curry Jill, of Daytona Beach; Mr. and ,Marilyn Coldlag. came 14 -

Sincerely ." .cumulation of blgbusln.** gift for the,elderly social security ud Mr*. Eugene Martin and for her and visited ucIH ::;' ,.i essay N

MRS. R. F. C to the Eisenhower farm.. pcal- economic: growth and lobtv two children, Reid and Jean-' Mrs, Betty Loa Smith and = i: :::'....

1(I-iy the CUR vxpente aMa by OHIO-GO-fOUND nine: and Mr and Mrs. Bedford Infant son returned home this &I&rbrarp 'Iocipl'"

DUB MRS. L F. C.I Yea are IN per east correct, three oil mea to pay the farm Two year ate conictentloui ,Bailey and soa. Gary aDd Miss .week from 'the West Voluiia U= J:Gn ia
..* I thank yotj for pointing out .the Important dlattarUoa. management and operation coat*. Rep Walter MoeQer of Ohio Pat Garrett. ef Melbourne Memorial Hospital. .- inner .e\ 4t wMN poplar ...... .Was.

And wall we ar* co th* nkjeet, HM-PUaned Parenthood It wu known that the Republican wa defeated by the doctor Friend of Marvin Henry will Miss Pat Garrett returned to MRoutora SJUketyMMrCrCHty. n ==' : '
erpaba oft I* dedicated te all phae. of lamOy planning. were let to pound horn lobby when It spent arou a d t* glad to know that he 1* doing her home In Melbourne Monday LeE bads pet Nq k1 MMif

They will also help eoople who. wait chUdrea), but appear the hUt let which Johnson re- Sl00ooq.11' .)h.1 11 district. Today fine after minor surgery last. after spending several day with i1OobentLk 'II 1Ca WI reuses pCwwGato

unable. I* hors them. t ; reived tram: Bobby -Baker tn Moeller Is probably going to weekend Mrs. W. J. Woodard and family. S !! tIIIp SlS.w.Uf.&IS&S& air rMi rasa

1951. and com argued that this stage a comeback H* to fairly Clay Shelton I It reportedly\ Mr. and Mr*. Curtis Flower : **" ness 'J'J

I PEAR ABBYl X guru most of all I Just want to get should be offset by a probe of sun to defeat the man who retting along nicely after being of Palatka visited the former' ass**:= -. II ,.1 d I' Ii) udlpl.trao latrr

' this problem oft my chest My darling mother, should and the half.pillion\ dollar worth of once defeated him Homer erlously fQ for some time. parent, Mr. and Mr*. Morris p0 'I.

I : would low to own a pretty wedding ring that she CaD be gift received by Eisenhower.\ Abele.- Gotdwaterlte with a Mr*. Albert' Bennett has re- Flower* Sunday afternoon : I I p.

! proud of. My Dad hu given her two cheap set that. she But the decision wu negative. weak WaihlngtoR Record. Abele tumid home after being hospitalized Mr A. M. McCarthy of Daytona ::Cat......, ,. T 1. p.-

wore completely through on the undenid Sh a am. Th* reason wu: "Lt'a trot putt has a Logan Ohio) mtauraat for several days at the Beach spent Monday after.two u "
her mother's plain sold tend to how she's West Voluala Memorial Hospital { with Mr*. BH1 Roth at her .It
wearing mar down the prestige of the presi owner Clarence Blower on bIt :; .rW
ried. My father Is far from rich, but lie could wall afford deny* Capitol Hill f yna for 11,000( George Causey' t* getting along Pine Island bone. S --. 1D IU
mother Dice wedding ring with few Steely and was released from the Mr and Mr*. Walter Rice el II wsbn.iio..d""p. F
to buy a a chip Goldwater's'strategists' were though Bloater spend most of
diamond In It. Mother deserve tile ring and she warts lot 10 charltabl Not only have hi 11 time back horn running his St Vincent Hospital Jacksonville Macao G*_ are vacationing at :. .. .. Ii! III IQ
Ruth Pine Island Fish
but she doesn't want to ask him for It. Would it b* steak house .Robert to hit home her on Monday Camp I
one, thr smear books against John- Sweeney .
0. =
an right tor m* (Mr married daughter to buy her oo.T .con flooded the country to the ef Cleveland, ROW running for were. Going his brother.for sum Erie on Monday and C IIIIIIII,tnjoytng. tpeckled perch .as...... ..wa.. ;It -ti!
BIG P FAN extent ef vr 1000000 copies! .eongreumai at large la Ohio asa 3. Baker Mr*. Jooephi&a! Ruth spent ItS....... .

: : but .then have been' ystematlc Democrat to the ton of tile Un. Victoria tnfy et De- Ri day wink her "' .IItIl'. Mr,, ai Lamy was .; .

DEAR FANS It rJ deal knew ,easy hiker wU' drives to uharaf.'dLRorentvot'; 'tate 1tI. pMartta'Sweeney, who Land spent last week with her Annie S&nmon hi Ptlntka.The DowHw .. .

..p. soy, "Leok.'Dt4. Mother waal a alp w4dlag. lug cortrminWe\ with. "Lltxrty; ,one sued m* tar calling him alter Mr:'. Marl Baker r*> Rev and Mrt. Du HariVisas 1MIlai I" I'i

baa. M tot's Mop for .aV thee. jJ .he.M ge* h.Meaeqvaintrd Lobby" propaganda. the coBgrtMlonal spokesman ot turning home Friday tight. Her carried k.' Sunday school: := q. iII. 18

with ywr ........ A we&tlBg nag 1* mere ': .Tow by town the libertylobby's Fattier CoughUn. I proved the CUM to saver Spring for nto .. II

this a flee *l Jewelry aid ..'. a IMMM. prirBeg* ," Political Bto- negation la court whereupon kid Republican opponent teamed pteale andThoee see Qe Ponce et ;= ..... u

find a*,one eb*'.) to prevU hla sow VHtft ... r' "graphy" hu been disUribttted oa Mania wu detested Chart* to ahak hand with him whoa. =esttedi II ..

a house-to-lIouse basl*. .with Fry the Republican running for they debated..Buddy Baach gohf wwe Midis BraAdock. a.. ''Ie

Troubled Write to AfiBY, Box 6700 Lot Angelei. reader lot knowing what U behind atat' h'Pl'Nlllta' ia dark dynamic Derooomtto mayor otSpringfiatir Tracey Prevail Rudy: :::. ..

Calif. For a penonal reply endow a stamped ejf- this right-wing lobby; or County. Ohio, wu It> right.wing Y Mow nuJq Fir**. Rita BUctaaaa Jean .., .

addressed envelope. that this column Just woe a big II hi* COP primary battle that against XT*. aIDe Mania and George kiss t,

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TER (NEA) Sen Bury Gold DELAND ;
water evidently h putting near- '
ly all hope of election la the 'I
mysterious capacity of the oleo
torate to confound the many
experts who are predicting victory iP1! *. '

Goldwater for President managers Johnson.tck. "! Sunnyland

nowledge that the presently vtsl-
ble signs do not encouraje themto SMOKED
believe they can capture all
of the five big itates they themselves -
consider basic to victory
California Texas, Illinois,, PICNICS
Indiana and Ohio. ,
The first three are \ery doubtful .
prospects, the latter two M .
definitely shaky
The senator's aide no longer
are trying! seriously to read
'Vt Ic j
public opinion polls as turning .
significantly their way what SMALL .1
ever gains they may show or r Jsh 21
shifts bom Johnson into the
undecided column. The hope today WHOLE
Is simply to confound the
pollsters totally. LBe 1
PAST POLLS > e e e
Many observers keep saving 1 MACH CANDY '
the polls have never been THAT Corn 29'
wrong As a matter of fact u,t.tftACM .
certain privately employed ui 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON" HORMEl '
pollsters have occasionally Hallow* n Melee PINEBREEZE Gr. "A" Fresh Fla. Medium
gone "
wildly astray One taken In New Cremes is*,. 29' Can Ham 3 La. '2" ,"
Hampshire In 1962 forecast a I I *% V'A CAN '
7030 licking for John King Democratic BRACH IOU t.. Slsi (Mix! ) fr
won nominee for governor.He Burgundy 39' EGGS Doz ; 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON d J COOK QUIK

In this Instance however, a Steaks HOrriD tN'9r
whole host of polls, public and IRACH! BUTTERSCOTCH SIRLOIN .
private agree on a Nov. 3 Disc ( .M..... 29' 'p
verdict against Goldwater.
His campaign at this stage Is, IRACH Bbl CANDY n
then, mostly an act of faith- If
It Is not just going through Treats in- ,. 79'IRACH .
Goldwater's final two weeks CINNAMON
en the road appear to underscore Balls aH291ri
this approach. He la not \ '
I' pounding the trail as 11 a late \ FROZEN FOOD p
IRACH ASSORTED / Sirloin Steak 98
hour frenzy of activity would / L$ ; .
somehow switch to his aide a ,..Toffee ni..L29
vital one, two or three per cent NV-D BRAND BONELESSRound

showed schedule the huge was semifinal gaps either on week four blank days.his or ., Steak L1. 88; Pot Pies 6 .,:. s1 ,

At a comparable tune in 1960. W-D BRAND BONELESSRound MORTON FROZENOA
Richard Nixon and the late John
Kennedy were In a veritable Roast" 881 'eNw1eM.-1,1e
lather of vote.seeking effort. .mil .nrt*mvn we Donuts. 3 i.
On his recent visit to .
Pennsylvania, Goldwster choseto W.0 BRAND .UFShort IOAHQ VALLEY FROZEN FRENCH FRYPotatoes
closet himself In his Philadelphia REd. 4S/ .BETTY CROCKER CHOCOLATE CHISCookies >
> hotel for some five hours at Rios LI 38;
the height of the campaign PKG 25 t 2&39x

senator' schedule for the r .C ASTOR 'FROZEN ORANCI[

critical final Texas week Ohio does But, Illinois show It also attention Californiaand features to Grouper FILLET LI.391 Gr. Beef 5 s1" Juice. 4s 99'CAULIFLOWER .-.

tops at such secondary targetsas
East St. Louis, El, Oshkosh _EGo ", COPELAND COUNTRY LINK
Wis, London, Ky., Dover,
Del. Sausage LI.59
This leisurely "stretch drive" FRESH BOSTON IUTT PORK .
fits Goldwater notion that If
this election Is to be won, It will Roast LL 391
be through a unmeasured REGULAR 43< KLEENEX (REDEEM YOUR LIFE COUPONS)
popular uprising by millions of
Americans who are concerned PILLSBURY OR IALLARDBiscuits

I not!Issues with but a with series the of entire particular course 400<139; Towels 2 'af<& 29 ;A

the nation In taking .
By such reckoning, a ..lnrl.dIY' set; PALMETTO eew11J nIuNEYEAN CAMPBELL'S .
campaigning is not vital REGU LAR3Se TOMATO
one way or the other. If there Is Salad I 14.LCU' 291 ,' Hd. 29 F 11
a basic ferment of unrest the
work of stirring It must be 5 0 N..1 CAN 10 1 .
assumed to have been largely. REG. S5< SUPERBRAND COTTAGE Up. .

done This by explains sow ,.too, why voters! Cheese 2-Lb. 3 9rREGULAR 49 DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise LARGE SNOWBALL f!

are. hearing nothing from Barry Cup FANCY ALL PURfOSI FO* TIICK W TREAT I
la the closing days DO the few
specific proposals he has made .... "..t ,,DIXIE JAILING Hamburg er Wlww QUART 39' A ,nles 5"VtW 49 ; I I
Including his five'year tax Itf. .
reduction plan. As a matter of Buns 2 29/
fact, Pennsylvania Gov. William PkOI. REGULAR 3/11, HAWAIIAN | RinNED I IaEG.

ago Scranton In Illinois, campaigning, gave that not plea long 1I, DIXIE DARLING CINNAMON ? Tomatoes 2 LIS. 39U / '

more of.a boost than Goldwaterever '-ct. Punch 4 4d"LCANS $1.TOS.VALUI.STAMPS ;
has.The Buns 29xIff "
senator, of course. la Pto.! $,NCv. 1 i CCOAGIA RED SWtIT ;:
drumming furiously\ on the."morality
In government" theme. Potatoes. 4 us 59
But la his mind this appears to .
be less a specific issue thai a
keynote to the whole Idea that EXTR EXTRA E"-tTII4
fundamental.change Is needed TOP Y.A.&H.U-! I I TOV VAIUf.STAMPS. I !

and desired.Wheo .... .... ...
the Walter Jenkins morals *TMUHDI! OV' (***>**NDPc w 0.a.aaMO/eFeet*-i* REGULAR ICHAS! t SANBORN
case broke some Goldwater .Ud Shrimp Ground Bt.f Haiow..n Candy
aides figured It might be the e...TMM o* ..i..... -tees ewes SirfXM .... tuw oe.esee ale .

big turn IP'C'lfte.J4Mor the electorate which around.would But -_ sw.ee0 '41 ..__..... ell d.wwrwl_end, Coffee> 1-LI.CAM 59 l e

widely sampled voter reaction I IEXTR4
suggests It !la jar less "than" that IE7ICTRAi EXTR REGULAR 77 ASTOR
aid only reinforce a morality
may theme whose full value at I Too VALUI.STAMPS I I TOf..AJM.U! S TOP VALU!.STAMPS

the polls is jet to be tested.. ore r.erwIews.s i 0.. u.... CoffeeREGULAR 1 l!. CAM 49'
Goldwster leaders talk steally !- nwwae eeeae.e ebr..u us 'ns
: ef new surprises and the Cheeotat.Cork. 5lrloi > BUI Bomb
campaign air Is thick with ugly ewe taw ee.w.urJ' r arw I -taw***.*** e.w raw-irwtI
59' OR
Apparently the shocks
rumor ..,.. .'. e/3 prn..r.eIE7 ..++-
would have to be monumental to
= -- '
affect crucially the visible aspects
of this campaign. CTRA E7ICVALUTRASTAMPS k EXTRACNM DetergenvK39% .
la the end. It la not the risible iiiI I
but the Invisible ones upon Tov.VALU. STAMPS- TO TOt.. !.U
which the senator from Arizona ire ytee e.a.e aeau ..... *** REGULAR 79< DETERGENT
., Iw..m wee werea..ow/. CliwFlf 0000le.
rests his rII. "
M(4k( Canned Bar
.,. ___ dues I tw GIANT 4 9
Sees Death Over TwUSTDNTT. -dues--- 113 II"'U ease ell C neer '

Australia AT) _- Nara'- NM.re0/ .

Dr. Llaos ranting twice) wtauer 1t :,..J_ tt _
fit the Nobel Pr\ claimed -
Tuesday that rn mffitosi people

_maw experts Induced loa>CvUg u members.the by address will Frew endear die Pmulhig to to from bomh 100 explode Mid caacer,tad t **s.In *a*. -r e Smart Place l l 00... fo" Bood ihinus To Eat ;,

balm la the South
ZfrnwgatM :
Partite. If they do. be said Moil '. .h ..

lead to gross physical'lid YM 845'West New Ysrk & 145 E 'st'Rich !I
pastel detects ta aoa.a u3 2 wLasi! stares TI Sires -


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.... '. ... -rEawu. LEGAL NOTICltCanncl
'.1.12_ ._ __ DIUND.fFI.DlIDJUIlN, NnIS.MDKESDAY.oaJ8.1964. ,
:- .. .1.- .. . tfw. .. .. ----- ----- -- --'-'" .7. NOTtCI OF INTINTION TO

r r..tur.Itarla.aanlr a *4* rdaM* with diction: Ml>.0*.
Five Day Forecaal natitaitmtatM. IMS' the under.aiimMl .
New the Crowd will rtatatw with the Clerk
Baby in .Ai-.afe4. ,;.'. of tk* CSreult Court la Tohul
: A '1 r BT Th* Oranty. Florida, upon receipt of
u r'
Equalize Equal J tune' ( ,. Temperature irfil average praof of publication of this nolle*.
near the seasonal Jwrrnal during {a* foSowIn* flctltlou name, to.
,.. '1. "t. At the period Tlomial high range "RrVia HOUSE APARTSfENTr
} .,' i Bay from 78 to 82, normal low la the tinder which w* are enitau'd lath
leironls# $
President Johnson's recent repo] omitnatlon, op.
60s elsewhere
.,( 50 extreme north and ratten and la.
to the nation was, undeniably demanded by the 4MPA Rainfall win average lea houn at III South Beach Street

sudden developments in Russia'altitChinathedownfall CN By WARD CANNEL than one half Inch, except one Florida Daytona, la Beach which builn Voluela*** the County an.deracned .
u/ Newspaper Knterprts AMU. to two Inches la the southeast are the only pardons Intraitd .
of Khrushchev and the explosion of an each of u. owning a ,"*-
...... ; We received an urgent letter portion at the beginning of the half'< 4) Interest therein.llated .
atomic device. v/U/ the other day from one Bodden period. at Daytona Bach, Florida,
C"Boo") Robinson 71, asking us this lt dotA of I.tori'L.wiCK A D 164.

His speech was also Inevltablrof( poUticat.;* to help put down tm Insurrection you do It your way without /11./ KELVIN A. ROBIN SOV

value to his campaign, a value gained: at no expense at the collegt fraternity wherewe bothering" the national office ab .r_0-7-u-tnNOTICB
; lived out UT TO DII'.ND
many ago.Ordinarily
to his party. % .,4 yean W THE" CIRCUIT COURT uP THE
. r'& we would not pay "No" he said, 'there too SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Goldwater any mind to a letter of this much centralization nowadays. OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR VO.
be that Senator
It is to regretted Lt'BIA COUNTY
ntture In the first place we do Unless a man stands up against IN CHANCERY; NO. MIOf (Dl... B)
could not be granted the equal broadcast time not know brother Boo who to It, the situation will only get DELAND FEDERAL SAVINGS

he sought in order to present his own positionon efA E probably pttt 60 and of another worse.. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.letlnCHARLES a
., Slp :raJrilt.h-: : : :
generation And second we did There wu a tunlllar ring to State
matters. .
these important of
Am.rtca Plaintiff,
not recognize the secret alga he that argument But somehow It r.-

This was not the fault of the broadcasting added after hit ilgnature. teemed to be coming from the V SLNNEY has* '

which Betides, get Involvedin wrong side TO CHARLES V KIN EY ank:
but of outmoded requiresthat
Industry an MARY R. KINNEY
thla sort ot thing mutt did not
you In either cast, we "'h... address I 10 unknown
all candidates for the presidency be given sooner or later give the hand really understand It, and had no .tlftou ar*' hereby notified' that a

the. same amount of fry:' Jlme shake which we remember aa ''wish to Inquire further. To our .1'nn In *the. been.......Inetlluted styled I Court against hr.

being a very painful affair Involving way of thinking It I* a very ELAND FEDERAL SAVINGS

The networks refused Goldwater, because It two deep-knee bends tedious ,business to be caught AND Plaintiff LOAN, and you ASSOCIATION are ordered I and a*

would have meant that each network would then R'n But there was a paragraph In between')two generations of Ideal. required daianecaor to eenre a other copy of your.

brother Boo'a letter which bothered .?'U. I. rort.C pleadlnu.
alnt on the Plaintiff
10 hours of
have had to give up about more expensive us quite a bit: Attorntya JORDAN A. ABBRTS,
: .QA" NOT10aa 1411 North Florida Avenue. po Box
all the other candi
time to presidential
"Certainly you must .realize 444. DeLand. Florida, and fll* the)

dates-most of them virtually unheard of, some t+ that these boy, by defying the NOTICtl.0 PuDllHtlonHi OF au1TOrder original pleadlnm'" written In the office defenie of the or Clark other

with only a handful of adherents some out-and- Seven Arcane Commandment CIRCUIT COURT Of THB SSTV. of the above cc 'led Court en or b*.
for the llth day of November
of the national fraternity have ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
D 1H4 Herein, fall not or a Decrli
out crackpots ,, challenged the basic Ideal by FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY fn. .Coat.., may b* entered
which we are bound In eternal Chancery No. steno DIV. B against '0'". This ault I.I styled aa
Fortunately for the broadcasters (we Fed BARBARA JEAN GREEN: above and I* for the foreclosure
brotherhood. of
PmnurrLEON that crtala' mortfmc front
eral Communications Conmisslop ruld"th'at; thePrl6ident'a WILLIAM K. DeORAW and RUTH:
We could not really
remember WILLIE GREEK B.' DeORAW' husband and wife,
speech was rionpolitlcaL t 1 >r h what the Seven Arcane Commandments Dtr.nfontIN to DELANO FEDERAL SAVINGS
were. If they were .OP FLORIDA: following deeorlbed property In Vo.
The equal-time law was suspended by ,Con around In our day they did not TO: LEON WILLIE GREEN luila County Florida, to.wit:

in 1960 to enable the Kennedy-Nixon debates figure much In either the fraternity WhoM I. unknown ruldenc and addrm Lot J, Spring Garden Hllla, Unit
gress :
No. 1.
lift or tecret meetings a lubdlvlcloa I In the South
The law ought to be permanently changed.In Ton art hereby required to fll. one_naif ((8H of the 8WU of
NO UNDERSTANDING with the Clerk of this Court your Section IV Townihlp 1' South
niwr. to the Bill of Complainttiled Range ID EaiL:
according to man
other countries: -Great Britain foe ex At a matter of fact, in thinking herein ralnit you In In Hop Book II. Page 1fT. Pub.
back we could not really .* entitled cause on or before Bo Records of Volu la County,
granted< such thingsas the 17th day of No.emb.r. AD. I'lorld.1
ample political parties are recall which of the boys In the 19U end nrv aMp, thereof upon '

free radio and television time 'or campaign' j" '+ fraternity were member and William A. Ottln .r. plaintiff at. This notice halt be published'
( J """ ... tenet. herein whote add.... I I.r.'nlV. I. Once etch week for four conpcu.tlv .'
*' 1 which were not aa nobody ever t New fork Avenue, De week In DeLand .
subsidies either on the basil of the nunv : : < Sun New*
expense .."' .... .__ went Into the secret meeting rt *. DcLaqd Sun Newt"I. and ORDERED DeLand.
ber of seats they hold in the" nation's legislature"cr ... ... room unless it to hereby deelfnated u the n..... Ttn rldi. thle the IO day of 004
1 war play
ppr In which lisle order shall b* tolow. AA 11...
the of the electorate'which voted MERRY.CO.ROUND' ping.pong publmhed one a week for 4 eon'
percentage WASHINGTON ... .. weeki. HPREIV FAIL Clerk of the CirrcuitHCourt
for them in the last election. (That it not strictly true. NOT OR A'' DECRFB PRO CON. SEAL1t Toluafa County, Florida
There wu, now that we think FFB8O WILL BB ENTERED!: ( :
It should be possible for a similar! system to about It, a secret meeting In ThEe Deputy Clark
either our Junior or senior nature of this lull la a bill O.UI8N"JINOTICII
worked in this with to Record yearto for dlrnrp*. ;
be out, country respect ElectionVictoryPredicted determine whether the cook WITNESS My band and ...! .t OP SUIT

I broadcast time. Let the candidates for the Theocratic wu to serve the on the IVLand, Voluifa County, Florid. Order *f Pukll.*tln
gravy this Seth day of Ort(,her. A D n... IN THE" CIRCUIT COURT 8EV.
I party or the Vegetarian party or the Socialist potatoes or on the meat or ODboth. JESS MATHA" ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, If
.) A* Clerk Circuit Court. AND FOR VOLUSIA COUNTY,
party be granted a few moments oar\ the oJ''ICrlt'a County, Florida FLORIDA IN CHANCERY DIV.. .
For President In those days It seems now In ( :
air in ratio to their support among the.generilpopulation retrospect everything wa geared By RACHEL ANDREWS Deputy Cleric VERDIB tADOPTION ANN DULLARD OP

;:- I more toward "the outside' ., t O.I*.N.4.11-1* A MINOR. ,
world" or, a* It wu more generally Ira THE NAME .OF. THE ITATiI
The equal-time law was generously inspired.No By DREW PEARSON libel suit brought by Curtis : called '1aler.llte." IN THE COUNTY JT7DOF '1'O" KENNETK RAT BOLLARD I ,
Precisely what 1.ter-lIl. looked COURT IN AND FOR VOLIMIA PLACE OF RF8IDUNCB -
legitimate candidate in America should be (EDITORS. NOTE Drew of the liberty lobby. The COUNTY FLORIDA IN PBO IS UNKNOWN:;; THS '
clear Butit
like 'u not really BATE NATURAL FATHER OP VER

denied access to the ears of his fellow citizens Pearson wise ha* been on a wing in this case wa* seemed to be filled with way IN RB ESTATE OP DIB ANN BOLLARD, A
pot:tlcal survey of varfatu part right out of court. FL8IB MAY O RAH AM. Deceued., HINORI
limply because: he lacks the wide appeal of the of the United etatda, today report station known aa "contact. To all creditor and all personah.vlne You are hereby notified that l .
Never have ao many And most things were measured claim or demand Newman B. Smith and Mary Jan
M hi* not ftodlnc) Smith husband and wife, bare fuel
two major parties. \ been employed by a by how well they prepared you . party to track down for contact In later-life. You and each of'OUo are herebynntinnd adopt Verdi Ann Bullard. : a minor,

i But in its Insistence on an hour for an hour, EN ROUTE One week fromtoday. youthful escapade every For example learning to play any claim and and requlr.d demands to which eresont)yen and changed for laid to V.rdl.minor Ann name smith t* be I

I the law is hamstringing the networks In fulfilling ,, the American public will' affair every past golf was good for contact In or..Lth...aiabe of of you Elsie. my lay have Orahe'sdec.a.ed N.InetOh. To era hereby eommanded tit
know the final results ol otth band appear I* ald Court and
their the one the Democratic candidate C ' So war tennl So war late ot Voluala County Siy l with th* Clark ot thl _
community. Court
responsibility .
I moat below the* : Florida, to th* Hon John '
bittersi BIIng. Answer
..t hewer functionaries on bridge On the other hand Inns County Judge .et Vnluda Coun.ty your u Mid petition t.
belt praldentlal campaign In staffs. Never In my covering ping pong was not good for eon *,t lTnl. offlck: I Ie'1h* CountyI'nurthou the how petition cause should If any'not son b have, why
I What is more the end result is to place a ban ranted,
'r' ** In Defend, Voluela
campaign hat there been teats In later-lit., and neither .n 'nr before the loth day of No.
of almost, 'absolute silence on the fringe and ; "loA I read County, Florida, within. *lr month "vember AD., 1H4. and per.. a
t the poll and the much peddling of political wat crlbb.or* Humanities :r'h tli. :01.alil of th: Strut publlc: *> copy thereof upon Maurice F Foe.ter .
the law to foster. ".* political opinion expressed both much extremism claim and demandsnot petitioner attorney herein
minority parties was designed .. griphy to 34. preeented within the) time and
whore iddreee nun Conrad
privately bad publicly In varioua mud.flinging. CANT RECALLFor In the manner pnMcrlbed hereinMall Building, DeLand.. Florida, Really

treat, ringing from North SNOOP SLEUTH ft* life of us. we could 1)ated be barrnd Ocob.r eaproneed 50, AD.' law, DeLand Sun New I* herebyoelrnated

Dakota to Florida, Lyndon B. understand what had happened HILDA A. WOODS a* the nwpner In
Even u this It written, pnt which thl* OrdM.hall b* publlehedno .
Johnson will be elected by one In these Intervening year A* Admlnletrli e.l.. of the E* a week for four eoncwrutlv
'lit .
7 FBI It checking on the tat of EWs Hay OrahamPeceaxiL .*ek HEREIN
of the heavleit margins In alley sleuth who have that would prompt that fra/eml- lAID PETITION Will *Q
I DEAR ABBY ,, history dredging the political sewers ty to rile up against the Seven aft SI N 4-11 FORM CALLED THE tIp FOR COURT HEARING!: BF.
There Je| pod reason.'0..\\Ie. sordid tidbit. One 1* Thorn Arcane Commandment, whatever NOTICtl Of WIT FVRTHFR NOTICe TO TOIL .
hive that he will ", all of Vent a they were Or'*r *f Publlatln WITNEHS: mv band and eal at
, carry private eye who IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THB 1TV.JCNTH PeLnd, Voluila County, Florida
She New England. Including th e Into the snooping builn*.* a : So we put In t lone distance JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IV= UUevlOth day et Ortnhw/A T> 114.
Swung mr rock.ribbed Republican states of gumshoe for the late Sen. can to the fraternity house, and AND FOB VOLT7BIA COTJN.TT JKS8 ifATHAR, .
FLORID14 I;HANCBUrCliancwr A* fleck of Circuit Court
Main and Vermont, which at length spoke wit1 the president No 17,071 DIV B Voluel County, Florida.

And Missed Roosevelt tailed to carry la La Viola hu been *'' )\\\ who explained the boys' OEOitliiil lOCKlCEULiMPlaintiff By a/ JU.CHDL:Deputy ANDREWS a.rll:

j 1938; and that be win even Bobby Baker and hit 'UOC"PHl1n position to u*: (OFFICIAL SEAL)
"In an evolving society with BHIRLET: LOCKZR1IAXDtfendant O.tll-V.4.11 .
carry Mississippi.Furthermore round corners! '
i AilQAIL the tier of mid glng their trails, and digging Its pluralistic alms and aspiration IN THB NAME OP'THB ITArflOF NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i *." he add! ". man' must FLORIDA! Cf THE COUNTY JUDGES
Y Alf 1UJ\d west farm.belt states, extending to their garbage-looking restricted bv encrusted Tot BHIRLBT: LOCKIRMAN COURT. IN
,from .N 0 U h Dakota down possible evidence that not be Keeldenc Unknown COU\TT, ANDLNLPRO
: DEAR ABBY I have beta dating a IoU pro for the through Oklahoma and '(ncludIng embarrass Democrat. bureaucratic regulation and rbtual Ton are hereby required to Ills BATE
with the Clerk of this Court; your IN KB ESTATE OPALOA
f put six months and he hn been giving\ me IoU kiton '! Kansas, la likely to go for La Venlaa part.time .. answer to the Bill of Complaint WILLis ZORNXa: ,
free of charge On our third date he lilted me to marryrhim Johnson. North and South Dakota rvn have been painfully "WelV we said "couldn'tParty filed herein aaatnit you In the above Dr*..*4.
I entitled nun on or before th* Itth Te an creditor and aO vereona
but laid that due to some financial reasons he would,,, land Kansas .haven't gone! for a When.Jhy copied the day ot November A.D. 1M a>4 1 baring claim or deroandasalnit
. have to postpone marrying m* for about a ytar Hoping UceruM of one visitor the Honors ..... a copy thereof upon Samuel aid mtat:
president since IMS. ,
V. HoJcb, attorney. hereliC Tqu. and each nf ,
plaintiffs hereby
you ar* '
to batten the marriage, I let him have about $300) I just The itat.-.of limply pulled out hit own : "* who* addle* I. 110 North Third notified and required I to preeentaay

found out that h< hu been dating another jlriand giving Arizona horn and copied the license Cheryl Carlisle Btreel. P.latka.. Florida. DeLand claim and dmnd which you: ,
Sus New I. h.r.b .11r",1.4 u or lther ot you. t
I her golf lessons for nothing Now I realize that he wa of one BarryGoldwUer of the surveillance that'J the ...a..per I. whloA till.. Srd r.ham the .'tat* of o'lo"n'1il: ;,
only] using me, but I must admit he Improved'my golf The FBI hit learned that PIERSOM Birthday greet be published ,nee a .....k fur EORNlt decMd. kit. of 'V.lao''

game a lot. I have too much pride to teD our club pml- deem likely to Venla found out about lap to Cheryl Carlisle who wa .e NOT. nwwuuv.weeka OR A r>SCHEl HCHEINFAIU a, J>RO CON. fouB'r: Florida. County, ta the Judge Han.of John.Vo.luiU .

I t dent, but I would like to get my money! back Howl detect him house aide Walter Jenkins 13 year old Oct 23. She was PEggO WFLL BK, ENTERED County at tale office In the
, AOAINIT YOU FOK) SUCH FAIL. County Courthuu la DeLancl
If thl*' ett. rest before It broke In honored with a family party; at URIII. Voluel' Florida, within sit
L DUMB BLONDE mate1 1 II any papen Another who had the borne ',of her parent Mr. The aalur of thin milt la a bin"wiTNESS month* : (* date of the tintpukllcatlm
hereof All claim and
> DEAR BLONDE: .....pi'OUI' pride ni tall UM club where near conwh.reneucor' vance knowledge war and Mr*. Harold Carlisle, on My band and seal at demand, \t proeated withu ihf
Horn Lake Thursday night. IVLand, Voluel County. Florida, t .. and \ tic. tnanner prewrlb.
that hit former chief
president It under la Stewart of
golf pre par mar way.
centered this lltk day of October.' A D 1M" herein ebaU be barro4 as provided
than one Aid don'I get M paby wafcy with prvleMloiwl rtet,It.will M park polio who ha been TIle dining wa JCs. ISATHAIAs b low. .

winger again slier you caaber..M.,'keep your. .dtcplt on.*' of a...-a funuhoo by Hous '; with decorated Cherylt in yellow birthday and white.cake Volvcta Clerk County Circuit Florida Court Sated lu oTAl'cr "POP. :ft,
bead down and your eye .* your purest the filthle- *** publican (OiIiCIB, SEAL.) A* Cxeatrte ot the Let Will
' nAA70N to the hoat and and
I Teetanwnt of ALGA WILLU -
rims of It b .
smears may only a
suV Clerk ZOaNE Deceased.
I' I DEAR ABBY: Ia.'OUl' reply tp "WORN OUT," the, ::.afmlatt aay president on a that one of hit former guest Pastor of honor and those Mrs. William present 0.11.11.e.N-1 O11IIN4UEditorials

mother of 10 who wu expecting her Uth you say. "If it mat bask It win lo be park policeman .Carrol .were -Mr. and Mrs.Boraa -
I is act to call Planned Parent. second scandal maker. it the Eubanktt
contrary your religion your despite a chare Inquired Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Aitmv M Predeue Pend.ACRO5a .
hood Center." which the to* Police I Cats
I Republican an n.ported MetropontaA ft cumin and Mr. and .tn. E.
set to launch. meat about Jenldn A
To my knowledge, the Planned Parenthood program "PROTECT PRESIDENCY" record.. T. Peterson and daughter, teaser

, Is not contrary to ANY religion If the. woman la a Early In this. campaign the Deaplt this the public Jackl 1'h*..+w0 II a+psal aka

Roman Catholic, her local Planned Parenthood group will ,Johnson ttrtttgy board di.> figures that the billet Issued : 'daughter Lralle CoIdIn,. 'at s liFeharn: .

I give her complete: Instruction la birth control, as approved could the question of a Senate the campaign are peace or .. aid granddaughter. Misses Jaa* ..... poy-.
by her church. S2"..
> r..'-InvejatliaUon. ef the vast accumulation trlgjar-happlnea. medical ; let and Marilyn Coldlag. came I/hdk h

Sincerely: ', : ot blffbusln** gifts for tile-elderly social \ for her and visited. 1S ?" C :

MFAR.F, C. to the Eisenhower farm wpeclalrry economic irowth. and |lobs. Mrv Betty Lou Smith and :.. saxl.d.wee1SSubawrp ..

.. the cuhexpense*' frv' n by omo.QOBOUND : Infant ton returned home this we/edplla.. .. '

DEAR MB*. B. F. Cl YM ore IN per cent correct three on me to pay the firm a Two yean ago. .week from tile West Volutla u= = ttia..Rlef0.

and I thank you for potatta. eat Mite Important dUUartloa. management and operation coats. Rep. Walter Moeller of Memorial Hotpltil.Ml lit N role.lose/

Led willie w* are M the Mkjuet. the Plsnee hrMthMt It war known that the Republl- was defeated by the CIoC{ ** Pat Garrett returned to 'SUhir 1- = :I1Winepopht = '

rgMbaUoa to dedicate to an phaaea mt lamOy pUumlag.They cans were let to pound born lobby when It tpnt a r 0 her banal In Melbourne Monday :n: .o tow Slid huge put luquklth'eF

win aIM help couple who want ehlldraa, but appear' the hin pet which Johnson re. 1100 ooq ,In .illl) l dlttrict after spending several day with Sob st ... as atGtweWdle/NApW1 s.e eat rm. pGwgeM ddaa0

enable. to have them. : ; anted from Bobby -Baker In MoaHer?it probably going Mrs. W. J. Woodtrd and family.Mr. AmlreL: ae .fuP Y Alls..m. SIr Y wmsl h.eshS
e o i 1957 and some argued that this tttg a comeback He ta \ bad Mrs. Curtis Flower .... ...,. erN oJas

DEAR ABBY X guets moat of all I just want to get hould be offset by a probe of sun to defeat the nun 01 Palatka visited th* tamer* = :: ..1 ,. I It III 11.t .
this problem oft my cheat. My darling should and parent* Mr. and Mr*. Morrl .
mother the half million dollars worth of one: defeated him. il ,.
would love to own a pretty wedding ring that'the can be "'' gift received by Elsenhower. Abele a Goldwaterit with Flowers. Sunday afteroeoa.Mr I I I

proud of. My Dad has given her two cheep sets that tht But the decision wu negative weak Washington Record. *. A. M. McCarthy, ot Day deelwiseial ,. I I .. I
Iou Beach, spent Monday ;
wore completely through on the underside. She. now, bar
TIle reason watt Xct'a aot pun a Logo, Ohio teetao ,.
wtth Mr Bffl Ruth at her l
icon 11 .
wearing her mothers band chow .1.
plain gold to ahe's mar dowa the prwtlxo of the prwl owner. Oarwoc Bloaaer, on Wand bora ...-&
rled. My father !* tar from rich but he could: will\ afford d ney"Coldwater'i Capitol Hut payroll for I Flat -1' II
Mr. and lire. Walter Rice of
to buy mother a ales wedding ring with a few chip ,atrateglsU war though Blotwr tpend most : en
Macon Ga. art rtcatioaiBf at i'D" 21 J)
, diamond In It. Mother dmrvef the ring and tht wants act M charitable. Not only have his time back hone running : Ruth Plat Wand Slab Camp ,

I right the doetat want to uk him for It Would It be throe smear books against Joha teak house Jtobert and toylag apeckIe4. perch .gr; -.iD .
I all for m. (her married daughter). to buy her oDer son flooded the country to the .. aevtlaad. BOW nmnlng CsMag.Mr II Map taGodIae :atI

! BIO p FAN extent of ewer 1000000 coplat, eontrwsman at large ta *. Jaatphlnt Ruth spent,
I but there have bn *ystmatlctrtvi a Democrat It the sea *f Sunday wttlx her! damtnter, Mrs. Rsq asap r" ..

DEAR TANS II 'y*. 4..1 BMW yp tatter wall ( to taturaU 4lUtl'lDtvac.; late lUp. Martin Swcmey Aide Slmnoa. ha Ptlatka. aowws _. .. I" II

enough to say "I**. Pad. Mfh.r wail a alee wedding I let com&innltle with. "LlbIT. y .oac 'vied fie tot etlllng The Rev. and Mist Oaa HMrtooa _

bud, a* let's ahop for tat" the you should. gt ktttoea4xj I'tnbby" propaganda.Ttnrn th* congressional spokeeanaa anted her >Sunday school : Q.t6. .. II .

ali.f4 with your tatter. A wedding ring to area' ::, by. tgwm. tb* liberty: Father Ctmghlln. I proved das to saver Spring I fog a ". .
than a ... of Jewelry aid .'1 a kojataadaJaad pdvSr ., Iobb,'* .'1. J. a. Political Bl> a&egattoa la cowl' "",," = and to seethe_ Prince of U= IIt ,

asses. ..'.) t* prtrldt hto. wtft irk Sale, "fTtpoy" Baa 'been distributed. XartJa war debated '. =..... It ,.
Thor sokif win Rode BnoV .
a kous to-houa batlt ,,with Fry tile Republkaa running .... IS
'Troubled Writ to ABBY Box W700, LocAagtlet.Calif : rtaden lOt knowing what I II behind state, npnttDa-, dock: Tracey Prevail Rand: III' ..

for a penonal, reply endott a stamped. self this. rtgbt-whig lobby; Of County Ohio war to right- ran RaU Wactraaa, .Lease Asg. ,
addretted envelope. that this column Jut won a big la his COP primary battle aid. Marts. and Gtori .Tar** t



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BT BErn: BIOSMTWsshlnctoa
TER (NEA) Sen. Barry Gold
water evidently It putting new
ly all hope of election la the
mysterious capacity of the elee
torate to confound the many
experts who are, predicting vie.
tory for President Johnson. '
Golduatert managers acknowledge Sunnyland
that the presently vial.
ble signs do not encourage themto d SMOKED
believe they can capture al
of the five big state they themselves '
consider basic to victory 'r

-Indiana California and Ohio.Texas, Illinois PICNICS 1 I

The first three are very doubtful .
prospects the latter two .
definitely shaky r V S
The senators aides no longer
art trying: seriously to read M
public opinion polls as turning
significantly their way what. 9
ever gains they may ,show or WHOLE29
shifts from Johnson Into the
undecided column. The hope today ... .
Is simply to confound the
pollsters totally, '
Many observers keep sayingthe 1 MAC H UNOY ,
polls have never been THAT Corn .29'I
wrong As a matter of fact, .

pollsters certain have privately occasionally employed gone tftACH Halloween Nation PINEBREEZE Gr. "A" Fresh Fla. Medium 100 IXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON '44" .

wildly Hampshire astray In One 12 taken forecast in New a I, Cremes n*. 29' I Can Ham 3 CAN '2 s9

70.30 licking for John King. Democratic BRACH IOU I.. Sis Mix) .
He won nominee tor governor Burgundy 39 EGGS 2 Dox 79; 100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON: *" COOK QUIK
In this Instance, however, a Ste k CHOPPID
whole host of polls, public and BftACH BUTTERSCOTCH a 5 SIRLOIN 39l
private, agree on a Nov. 3 Disc. 29'
verdict against Goldwater.
His campaign at this stage Is, IRACH l6l CANDY "
then, mostly an act of faith- If s
it Is not Just going through Treats i ue179'IRACH /
Goldwater' Anal two weeks CINNAMON .
on the road appear to under. Balls I 29' '
.u ,,
SCOT this approach. He Is not ,
f pounding the trail as If a late. F.ROZENFO.OD
.hour frenzy of activity would I Sirloin Steak LI, 98xW ,
somehow switch to his tide a Toffee 7<< ..29 -
vital one two or three per cent IONELESSRound .

schedule the was semifinal either week blank Us or Steak 88'W Pot Pies 6 11

showed huge gaps on four days ,
At a comparable time la 1960, .D IRAND IONELESSRound
Richard Nixon and the late John
Kennedy were In a veritable
lather of vote.seeking effort. .IX::! *rrtn. me.RES Roast LI. 88Donuts 3"v"1.?
I 1.
On his recent visit to .
Pennsylvania Goldwater chose W D RAND ICES IDAHO VALLIV
to'closet himself in his PhUadel .
phia hotel for some five hours at Short Ribs. 38'
I the height of the campaign idsJ.5;' LL Potatoes 2 & 3 9*

day.The senator's schedule for the rat 100 EXTRA STAMPS WTH COUPON: 114 ASTOft OKANCI
final week does show attention to FROZEN
critical Ohio Illinois, Californiaand 39Gr. Beef. 5 ll T .
stop Texas at such But secondary It also features targetsas Grouper LI' Juice. 4 as 99'

East St. Louis, 111, Oshkosh, REG. .9< COPELAND COUNTRY LINK
Wls, London 1<)'., Dover,
Del. Sausage LI.59;
This leisurely stretch drive" fRESH BOSTON IUTT J PORK .
fits Goldwater notion that if
, this election Is to be won It will Roast lL391 E.,
be still unmeasured
through a
, popular uprising by millions of REGULAR 43i ; KLEENEX (REDEEM YOUR LIFE COUPONS)
Americans who are concerned IUSIURY Oft IALLARDBiscuits i
not with a series of particular
Issues but with the entire court 4CANS39 Towels. 2 *"*. 29' :
the nation la taking. .
By such reckoning, a single Mi )f PALMETTSalad fAMtw
days campaigning Is not vital, REGULAR 3/35 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO
one way or the ether. If there is Iex C29; 44J29$;
a basic ferment of unrest the
work of stirring It must be CDTTAGO' Soup. "-. CAN 10; '
assumed to have been largely. .' REG. SS< SUPERIRCheese.... .
don by now. I
This explains,too, why voters 2.Lh. 3 9 REGULAR 491 DEEP SOUTHMayonnaise I
are. hearing nothing from Barry Cup ,. ANCY ALL PUHPOSI F0. THICK 0* T IATApples. II I
In the closing days on the few I
specific proposals be has mad BEG .".t.,DIXII' DARLING Hamburotr*r Wl fMf 39' : !
Including his five\ 'year tax 5 /AO 49;
reduction plan. As a mattered, Buns 1 29xEG. I
tact Pennsylvania Gov.'William X05. REGULAR 3/11, HAWAIIAN VtNlltlPlNIOTomatof) I i
Scranton campaigning lot long
ago In Illinois, gave that plan Kt DIXII DARLING/ CINNAMON 2 39
more of a boost than Goldwater Punch 41. s. Ll1 ;
ever has Buns 19/
'Th. senator, of court*. to .
drumming furiously\ on the"mo
rality In government" them Potatoes 4 59REGULAR /
But la his mind this appears'to .
be less a.specific: issue than a
keynote to the whole Idea that 1k ft'1 EXTRA EXTR4 EXTRA

fundamental change is needed, TOP.VAU1t.' .STAMPS- I I TOP.VALUI.STAMPf... I 100..VAlul.U AMPS

and desired. ..... a, ....
When the Walter Jenkins morals **n e'iZ.alw ere
cue broke, some Goldws P;:i'dSi.'rip Ground 8..f H.lloCo.O; Candy: '
ter aides figured it might be the .... ... .
ew?waw 1e wa ein ewe 1Xsw ee e stN IMV si"
big, specific.lever which would 'n III ... set Coffee UI.CAN 59' t
turn the electorate around. But Nwwru.w N w.X.Mw NXwr -
widely sampled voter, reaction
suggests it b Jar lees( than that. EXTRA EXTRA EXTR 'REGULAR 77* ASTORCoffee I aTOP
lid may only reinforce a morality I
them whot fun value it ..VAWI.STAMPS I I TOP..VALUE.STAMPS 101 VALU!.STAMPS. I
the poll ts yet to be tested.! 49'
Goldwater leaden talk steadily !- wew::eeleX"eMr I c o..:' ;. I I :* l-s. 14L WIChoeol.t.
of new surprises\ and the Caka f rlo n it..u Bu a1MBombBILL
campaign air 1* thick nick ugly ewe tr e a___ *(.. j ew.1X e e.n..e1 r VM TIlM***...e HlfT
rumor would hato Apparently be monuments the shocks to '41 ..___ LIB ..___ '.. REGULAR 591. BLOt OR WHITE ARROWDetergent

affect crucially the visible aspects WANT '
of this campaign EXTRA EXTR EXTRASTAMPS PKG 39 ,
la tilt end it ts lot the visible I I I
but the Invisible one apes TOt.'J.n.!! TOPVAw/STAMPS TOPVAIUtM .
which th* senator from Arizona 'h-ew e.=e 0-e L's fur ewMs'.... REGULAR 79' DETERGENT
rests his dla_. i In'MJtk Cann.d Ham ii 'Bin

See Death Over TwlaSXDNCr. ...ewe'4 9 r tI

Australia tAP) _
Pr Uaus Panllag. twice wiener _1"3i!!' ;12;
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v, his lessons lie does make one concession, though, he listens to only sports programs
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1$ DELANO (flORIDA) SUN NEWS WEDNESDAY, Ga.21, 19M Local Church



M AnniversaryIs

Fall Festival Program FOR TIIS Observed heated Barbara BIRTHI\V Her Ana" GIRL v Gamble_lh -birthday Ills eels" 642 West Now York Ave., DoLand

GRIDDERSPIERSONTwo PIERSOV; Approximately Tuesday Oct. tt with a lamUT -
300 member and past member dinner. She U the daughter "" "'"' rr Iff Ill' rr 'If rr ..

Aired PTA changeswere of he Ebenezer Lutheran Church: W Mr. and Mrs tenMM

By Groups announced this morn and out ot town uestml Gamble and graddauahtee.1blr "EVERTRESH" FRESH BAKED! q.'fI( ALL
ing In football names for out of the state attended the an* Mr, tumala Gambia A AM. \,;
teams at Taylor Senior and 80th anniversary observance of N If'\'UIe. MEAT

Junior High Schools this the church .
PIERSON The Executive Carlisle. 4th and Marjie
week. It was a special day HOT DOG
Cnmmlttee and Home Room Dampier Stn grade. First the Junior high for all who attended the 1m- UNICEF HOTROLLS
:Mothen of the Elementary
gridder of Coach Bob pressKt services would be put-
School PTA met at th* home of Hearing and eye examination: Sherman were slated to
tine It mildly Old Fllendahlp
Mri. Paul Cade Thursday afternoon were given at the Pierson Elementary I
face the Ormond Reach were renewed and sew one Drive Set
to discuss the upcoming School Tuesday under
Junior High team at 1 were made during the day. DOGS
fall festival which will be an the guidance of Mis. Gladys o'clock Thursday
night on
event of Nov. 14 with the midwayS Moore school nurse from\,;he I the local field. Because no Special gueu were Dr. Roy P1ERSO.V The annual
all ot
Yount. Tampa, president
being opened at S p.m. ,Volusi County Health Depart light are available this UNICEF drive wUl begin Saturday
the Florida Synod who had
This will feature a country ment. She was assisted by member game has been moved up night at I p m, meting at 120 >iGB.
of the 11 ,
tore, fish pond, spook house and of the Volusla County Hearing three hours to 4 o'clock. charge am. the Methodist Church for a PKC
and was Misted by the pastor
a booth lelllng candied apple Society. Mn. Olive Green- The varsity Wildcats spaghetti supper before going 2 _
lund and Mra. Edna Brumblow o* the church, the Rev William OF a39c
Baked goods and hamburgers were scheduled to host the KnMnks out. It will be sponsored by the 3
Samuel Miller.DtRal'
Dr. ,
will members, assisted her. ;
plea, cold drink and coffee PTA Bronson Eagles In a six- Methodist and Lutheran Church-
', of the
be old in the school lunchroom. The member of this area's man Riverland Conference ) put prtwldnet M. I N M
Lutheran Bible Institute and
The program will be held in elementary school faculties met game at I o'clock:! Friday aformer The UNICEF: trick or treater
of the Flames
the elementary school auditori Wednesday afternoon at the night on the local field but Church pastor the Rev, Arise Andcll of the younger group may be $ 00
um at 7.30: p.m. The highlight of Pierson Elementary School with this contest I lit also out. of ; Uo former Identified by the orange ant 1

the evening will be a variety Mri. Mildred Bennett principal.The Ts>lor's Wildcats will the Miami Rev Charles a Jscobaott pastor, of; black labels around their containers ." w uA, e r
show with the parents of the student purpose of the meeting wa host the Eagles at R o'clockIn DrLand'a Faith Lutheran Church and black and orange I
participating. Mrs. Cade to discus the new math pro DeLand Municipal silo bands. The children will go
finance chairman Is In chargeof gram. I Stadium This will give interested and Palatka.A the.Rev Frank Pelkonen. of In chaperoned groups. '"' 11' I' ".. J U r .

the arrangement J. T. RutkowsM. elemental I. fan In this areaa The MYF ot the church will
delicious\ dinner served
After the meeting adjourned supervisor for this area assistedin change to watch some via combine a hay ride with collection INDIAN SUMMER" HALLOWEEN SPECIAL
t noon from a beautifully appointed -
Mrs. Cade served refreshment I. .
organizing a series of work. six man action and one of *.
from a table decorated in a shops to promote the program. the toughest teams In the table. The dining\ area The money received will\ provide "JONATHAN"APPLES
held of fall flow
halloween theme the local point This workshop will include teachers visiting Eagles defend- help for the lees fortunateyoungster APPLECIDER
era placed at vantage point
being an arrangement of fall De. conference
from Pierson. Seville. Ipg champs In man than 100
throughout the Worn.
flowers interspersed with artificial I
and BarbervUle.
Leon Spring foreign
: Following the dinner Dr.Samuel .
eau of corn and fall fruit
TIll workshop I Is scheduled to
flanked either side with crystal meet the first Wednesday of each I Miller WM the featured\

candle holder holding orange month alter school The next BarbervillePersonals speaker with other minister Youth Class
tapers. Halloween plnupi were meeting date will be Nov. 4. ,I greeting those present. A greeting -
placed on the mirror behind the waa also brought by V%
table. 1 luala County School Supt. Job

Members of the Executive I H. Smiley Holds PartyPIERSON

Committee present were Peggy Halloween During the afternoon, Rudolph eJit. 49c 4 Lam
Peterson, church
Underwood PTA president; set'l1'fary1
BARBERVTLLE Mrs John ; A party was held
a brief htitory of the church.
Olive Greenland, vice president; Oct. 21 by the Young People'sQSM
Hammer Jr. and two daughter
and Marian Molander secretary.
of the Church of God of
Treasurer Ruth Hagstrom was Event Set of Tampa spent several days Observance PlannedPIERSON Prophecy at the home of Mr GALLON CELLO BAa

unable to attend.Homeroom lut week with her parent' Mr. and Mr. Percy North
mothers attending and Mrs. Elmore Underhill The Women' Game were played throughout r '
' were Dixie Turner first grade; Society of Christian Service of
the evening and enjoyed by
Annette Hamner second grade; SEVILLE The annual The resident of Batbervllle the Pterson Methodist Church all that participated ( 19"SHURTXNE"
and Mary !!Bennett (to grade. halloween carnival will be held are glad to hear that the Bar. will Join more than 1.700,000 Refreshments of hot dogs. 79c 2'

Unable to attend were Carmle at the Seville gym Friday evening bervllle aectlon ot the Barber- Methodist Church Women potato salad and fruit punch
Oct. 30 beginning S .m.
Bunued third grade Loette p ville-Ormond Beach road has throughout the United Statesthis were served to hone present s
There will be a costume parade been completed. This has been week In observance of their' which Included the Rev Wilton
at ( and prizes wlU be annual "Call To Prayer _ for ,
a project hoped by many MuMetwhtte.. leeches, of tht ..
WSCS Plans awarded to the boy and girl ,
for several years by aD'thoce Self Denial The Pleraon church! Young Peoples class. ; Vivian' 'J
wearing. the most original cos who live/ In this area and It will will observe its quiet day at 11 Joyce and Ernest: North, Annette
win! be liver "SHURTXNE"WHITE
The prize a
tume. also benefit all surrounding communitlM a.m. Friday. Johnny and Ervtn SplndlertLouIse
Annual Event dollar.lor each. 14 1 this area ,lvheq the The observance li planned and sad Shirley" Laaeter: Linfa f J
will be fishpond ( ) YELLOW
Other attraction entire 22 mile 1 has be** com directed by the Spiritual Life and Ellis North i and Edward or
baseball and basketball pleted. A* of now It 1 11 finishedto Committee of the WSCS. snack and Norm Frey r
PIERSON "ReWndllnf" the toil, "pocket lady," "country SR. 11, known to many a* lunch will be served at noon. Cunts attending were Mart It9IPOP CORN
Interllf Through Prayer, wa itore", "Spook House", "Cake the Perkins Highway, Bacon of Crewent City and VII t
the presented by Mrs. Booth", and
subject "Make
Walk" Up
Victor Johnson with Mr*. Dick "Hay ,Ride". Also hamburger Mr. and Mn. J, C. Brown of New Store To 0n Lyons ot Astor.
Wsynesvllle) N.C. Friday --- -
Hartley and Mri. Ada Mailman hot dogs corn dogs, cold drinks pent
through Monday at the home of PIER.SON-'rite; Wenteraj 2LB.BAO.
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participating when the Women'sSociety home made Ice cream coffee Dine In DC Land 29
Mrs. Anna Bolln. The Auto Store IT
Christian Service met Brown on Highway next
of bake sale, caramel apples and '
Wednesday afternoon in the educational a home made candy will be remembered In this area to the Pierson Drug Store I b PIERSON: Those enjoying) b
a* he wa vocational agriculture scheduled to open for busiest
room of the Methodist dinner out at the Show Boat la
Every one li Invited to attend teacher-at, Pierson and Barber the first week ta November, DeLand WI' fll II.. 141 ;, I I Ifr .
Church. Saturday sight were: 11f" rr
and help the school as this 1 I. Mr. aid Mr. MaddwC
The business session was presided Vllle High School In 1131: Roy ( Loettt and Claude Carlisle;
over by the president their for major the money. making project Mr. and,Mr*. W. H. Jerntga! ownera, salt there would be h Carol and John Prehn; Bonnie r
Mrs. B. C. Hartley. J year.Lutheran of Lakeland were the luncheon complete line of supplies at WIll and Larry Jonei;. Carol and

Plan were made for the annual guest ot his later, Mri. M. V. ai a catalogue order department'' Harold Carlisle; Norma and m&m .
for convenience.r
week of prayer and self Women Binge Tuesday. your Ronald Jones| Barbara Jean and
denial programs which will beheld Bobby Wood of Jacksonville Herbert Bennett: Betty and Bill

Oct. 30 at 11 a.m, and win Hold pent the weekend with herparents. (AddlUeuU Are New ZlebartB; lia and Norman Braddock s "M4MV

be followed by a luncheon at Meeting Mr. and Mn. Presto Ot Page S aad It) sad Dotrta and Bob
goon In the social room.A Wood. Bobby la In Nurses' train. Baynei of, Seville. Plain IM.Ml. 51
discussion was held on the PIERSON-The general meet log at St. Vincent Honpltal laJacksonville. .
Christmas luncheon being ing and luncheon of the Lutheran jIIo' "M&M1ePeanuts.

planned for Dee 10 at 13:30 pm. Church Women was held Thursday The Rev and Mr. Marvin. Four Local Y oathsConvention %
the Parrlnh Han. 110.UO.
A reminder that the WSCS- II1l1J'Dlnlln Boon !had a* caller Saturday # 5;
sponsored thrift shop Is open on A film "Christian Prayer Mr. and Mr. Allen Haikln I I
Friday at 2 p.m. until 5:30 and was presented by Mr*. William Mrs. Esther Walters was admitted i "M&M" (JNKDUTII.
Saturday .m. until 9, Anyone Eubank and Mrs. BID Bas to the West Volusla Memorial
10cr.. householditems barth. During the business see Wafer Bar. LAOS SF
,with furniture etc*,, to donate lion the member voted to do- Hospital Friday for treatment Attend FFAi, I. a 5 .

Bat $10 to the Lutheran Orphanage "HUM"Fruit
will be greatly appreciated.It : Congratulation to Mr. an
was also decided to change In Virginia.An Mr*. R. O. Evans who observed ; Chewies 29
the time of the WSCS meeting appeal was read front the their 24m wedding ,\.L ?
day and their
Lutheran Church la America for PIERSON: Each year sjv were .11 way
3 (Instead ol J:30)) anWednesday
to p.m. of each month. a special thank offering to be Oct. 23. Since the fourtb weddinganniversary proximately 10000 members of home and arrived I la PlersoaSarardiy \ "MiM"
of their ton and the Future Farmers of America at 10:10:: m.
Mrs. made la November.
Willie During Turner the served social hour homemade, During\ tie morning, cancer, Polly and Robert attend the Nations! FFA Cow To any that this wa a m mer- Hint Chtwlis "AS" 29

cake and Ice cream to pad were made; by the members Evans of DeLanl wee Ort Yf'ndnftI"ld\ each October I la slob iveat that (My"will evr
tie coconut visitor. Mr. Mary CurrY. with Mn. Carol Preha 22, they celebrated the ocrsilon Kansas CIty, "'0. The Taylor forget would be putting mildly,\ ... .

Mr*. Olin Braddock Mr*. Rex serving a* the Instructor. Mr. Sunday at the senior EvanC Chapter ot PTA was fortunate Everyone !had a wonderful Mm*. n' :
Fisher. Mrs. Reid R G.... Mr*. Prehn had recently finished the horn with a family dinner ta b* represented this year at Indeldwefy Wrryrd
Lender Mrs Mania course la DeLand. party I the convention by two of tile WMUKcvicwi
Kathryn Hallmaa. Mrs. Victor Johasoo.Mr Hostesses for the luncheon Those present with the honor Chapter Incumbent .,net..., r.

*. B. C. Hartley Mrs. Jobs were ),frs. Sonya Lhtditrom aid **' were Keniuth and Carl president Victor Powell and Church CANDIESFee
Muller and .fn. Dick Hartley. Mn. Emery Newman. Evan Susan r.v.IU. another Vic prtcldent Jeep Taylor, lat Program
InII and his wife. Richard and )"If"* president aDd vlceprenU
SuM and her mother, Mr. 0. dent Robert NoJs and DnuglajPrevttt PIERSON "O Worship' the er TrttiCandy
Fetes B. Hall. respectively., They were King" 'I' the tapir *f the pr* "MOCK!"
Party BirthdayFor Mrs. DrlskeB Price and tfaugft.ter accompanied en the trip by Va. grim woes the Women' MuHofMiy -
Yvonne and son, Danny" and Ag. Justructor and Chapter A4! I'akm of the First CINNAMON 1"

her mother Mn. 0. B. Han visor, Paul Cade. | I Bsprtst Church lIMIt It die edo- Cirn 12iKa':: 29'
were In Dayton Beech Friday. Dnuglu wa* awarded this year i rational room ** the church .

Tommy Underwood Before Warning home they with a check for r J tit M seed Tuesday sight for its metlaf tt Balls "swrHMt"
stopped for a wit with Mr*. to help' defray the expenses of die month. ''
Price. eWe, Mr*. Less Rev.oM -. the trip. Its received tN award Mr*. Jessie Rriddnck preteated Lemon Tarts 'f.oL 29
ta Holly Hill for being the gist District Farmer the devotional and prayer. 8-OZ.Pkg. 'II.

PiERSON Tommy Under plead the decor Notice M an area resident: o( Dt 'rict 4 la tile 1KJM Mrs. dyd Adair, program .tioavStarlite
ot Mr. aid J. T.Underwood Noise maker and Mack Ut The Barbenrffl Elementary Kited year, a ckilrma. gave a prevW of the
wood ton wa 9 ears old were presented to each pest U School PTA.epoum'd haOowee LEAVE ox mip '< sew chorea yeri work. SktWM Mints I 1' 29 f
caralval will b. bald. Ode Misted la presestlsg tat
Oct. M and tie .tccaiioB wss favors. Saturday The gTMP left Plersoa lundar 29 .
celebrated with I haDoweea HaOoorM-fan** were played i sight starting at S p...Mr. Oct 11 It 4 U ..m. .. trip program by Jettlt fVaddork. "11oai"E E I
and a hamburger eook-eut and etlJo1) ;ct.n1n1 the party Floyd Qlftoa. president, b ,fas that covered aorne 2,101 mllea Alice Jane. Ruth, Crtffl, sad '

from party 11 a.m. tin 1 pJlLo Satur' charge of the as'rangeetxnta. and took them through elites 01Georgia Martha SiepfatM.Mr Slur Balls 29;
On the fuit JIlt for Tommy'sn There will be refreshment, booth Alabama MlasUslppI! Jesse, prwidert ol tile -
day.The ettia* lor tile party WM party were member tl his kla4erfrte aefflag kamburgen. !hot dog. Artuasav, M aourl anal Kaaaaa. .""d D. presided at tat "/CUPS" mtanf-- '
eI theft lane class which iadaded-: : cote stew, drticiuu homemade They ended tM first lay a( bmtotM meeting at which time
Is thtwklch h4 lanai bee dtwrated ta aLL..n Kern Bussed Patrida CartId pin tad raket. fold drink, adeirffet. trawl Id Tupelo. Hi**. where hMgliri miMiM *My course, 34 Fruit Basket'L: 29
theme carried rut *. LhxJa RaBmaa. Tammy A Hah peed wffl be they spent the light TW teft (X Advaact," It be
crab black aad traagt pm* r Boraned Deltas Jame*. Nancy ante lor tile youngster' A rote there Monday mnnltf! f4 an.tired Odd ta 1 early December wa dievsMd. .. ..111U'S" m .
black eat, witches G\NId. Fattfe Slepken Evy walk will be feanartd. posy la Kansas Oty at I that Tie CnmmuBity MisthMiChaJrmaa '::
zed Jack Olaatru carved' tot )kG1...*. ROM Mary Llghtfnot. ride sad many more attraction ....!(,. 1..... Bradoock. CANDYPOPS Caramel Coconut 29;
W pumpktaa.Tht Usda Law ........ Carat WrtM. tar la* public to Mey.) Con Durt>r their oink !. Kaaaa Meewted for a dbess sae awisdeles ,
refreshment table wa Lisa Crwaliiad. AWaurie out sad support year school end City, they nand at roe romt mleslal. project) IWf HJW
covered with a kaflowees dock BariflcU. AOea Cab the PTA. anal Hotel Besides atlvadiifcoar Tentative | with match 1q MpklM aad eup*. Beany C.Air. Wallace How-\ Mr. a4 Mr*. Lee te*. *lDetaad atSo* ,"1.IoU. ky lour4GU tut tile StiobMiM tad Fruit 'Tarts ;:t 29?

The local patat at ttractloti ww Bat/by. Haattar: Tioca tpaet today wtta MOiettm /*. swift bleat PacKn Slant CM AaxfllarU were maJe.Thoat t
tile btrtMay wit frotttd 1nwhite Mo and Ckarte Petemoa CoUmaa. Cafllag ta OMaflerMosi sad tte Kaa dry stack yard*. preset were .M ahovvpmrtowsty

aid decorated ta orange HIs maternal. graadpareat are were )lr. awl Mr. Cado and yXnr' saw Son. BarrrGobtwater. meottaMd aid KatkyCritfla. ';:tt. 29 "lIIuACandyMix 29"
and black ta the background Mr. a4 Mr,. C C. Dee .fMy Jame RoMnril Mr. CaUraaiial Rop Mlr. rtiMttx 'ft?
el the cake was a railing fence tad kin paternal graiif- ** anendH the bnthday aitivtranry dare for the prKUViirr. Virlg Des w lit finest ta OM faintly 3
toppe4 with black tata, aa Mn. t'n: party *f Mr*. Mary .*. ref kit ft'f!3 ta MUMtffL many tt tat tnembtrt rMldatratid

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! t' :By ViolinistAt I Board Studies Proposal Over University BudgetTALLAHASSEE

; University I AP) The assurance that the university the master plan revise It, and Request by the University

Salvatore Accardo, outstanding ; =l University Board of Control would not be phased out vote whether to accept it. of South Florida to offer mas
The board almost gave It to Dr, Charles Forman of For
Italian violinist who will appear opened cpnsiderstlon yesterdayof ter's degree programs In almost
la concert Stetson UnUetMfyen I him.Four Lauderdale, Dr. Wayne McCall all areas of secondary education,
a proposal to spend $$13,5million members, a majority of of Ocala Larry King of Miami,
Thursday evening, has bwnacclalroed wmu ipm4 wmtw
mathematics, the natural sd-
by rnusls! rrltlca waYkal In general revenue for the seven.member board, said and Chester Whittle of Orlando
throughout the world. Having the university system during the they were convinced that A & M said they didn't see any Immediate ences, business administrationand
made hU American debut onlj! I IMS! .67 blennium. would be In existence for many phaiing out, If any. engineering, most of themto
kind U1 ii . years. The board approved a requestby await action by the Legislature
last season, h has won the I The request represented an Increase
I : ;; But Dr. Gore was remindedthat the University of West Flori for appropriations.
of that li !
reception usually ae :
1" of 60 the
i percent over
will T2T the board still had to study da for an architectural style for Establishing a neurobiological -
corded only the elite. He appear re s current appropriation.The .
at Stetson as the second In J Its buildings a combination of program within the Collegeof
'jd! ) aL J. budget will be presentedto
the modern and the French and Medicine at the University of
this series sponsored by the Unl.veralty' the Slate.Budget Commissionin Motorists 'Swat'Hils
Artist and Lecturers I Spanish colonial, complete with Florida, using existing! space
J J'tj i December for study and presentation
; t.A wide galleries on all four sides
I Committee, with the concert in o I to the 1965 LegislatureIn Car, Not Fly and peaked tile roofs personnel, and equipment for research
the Elizabeth Hall auditorium
April for final ..ctlon.HI'I" .
iI'Jiill Initially, three buildings one
( Naming the physics building
beginning at I \
p.m. ; are the budget request.
The public is invited to attend .. DELEON SPRINGS A motoriM one story and two two ItOti!_ at the University of Florida in
by university from Jacksonville swattedat would be constructed near the honor of retired chairman Robert
and the admission I. $1
per per'son. University of Florida $833million
Students and Stetson faculty a fly in his car yesterday banks of Thompson Bayou. The C. Williamson of the department
: Florida State Univer
afternoon missed, and swatted three would be a combination i of arts and sciences.
members will be admitted by
pity $38.11 million: University of .
classroom -administrative buildings
presentation of Stetson activitytdeatltlc.tloll South Florida $216 million, Instead a car parked on U.S. 17 Endorsing a request by the
which later would become
carda which they here University of Florida and Florida -
Florida Atlantic University
I purchued at the beginning ol the fill million: Florida A and'M \Roland E. Wllnon, 75: was strictly President.dminl Dr.trltlv Harold!. Crosby State to participate in the national
slightly injured In the accident. science foundation program
f tall semester 4. University, $101 million, Florida said he wanted to begin operations ,
RICH TONE Institute for Continuing University The parked car, owned by Robert
I This artist has a beautiful, Studies, $55 million, M. Hall, 532: Florence Ave., could Immediately be under so contract the buildings by Under the program the board
richly varied tone," one reviewer University of West Florida $4.I DeLand, waa not occupied March. would merely agree to supportthe
hat said continuing; "a bow arm NEW HOSPITAL SIGN This new sign on i brick Btttestal was recentlY' erected million and East-Central Florida Florida Highway Patrol Trooper OTHER: ACTIONIn universities In seeking legislative -
I aa light as Ariel feet and fingers on the grounds the West Volusia Memorial Hospital on Plymouth Ave. It University. SMR,234.lI.YEAR John F. Worden reported that other action, the board support for the programs.If .
, that fly about like humming was t gift donated by .Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Powell The hospital: is in the back. PLAN Wilson's car apparently swerved final approval to: gave approved would receive fully\ each $3 university million

birds. In short, Salvatore Ac- ground (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) A revised 10-year master plan Into the rear of the parked vehicle -Upholding the action of the !In matching federal some funds
" eardo la a find; he can now add for the development of higher Damage to the Wilson car University of Florida in abolishing over the next five
the United Statei to his long !M education In Florida wen taken wn $500 and to Hall's car, .150. the job of statistician In the years ,
Authorizing Florida State to
I I of triumphs without, doubt. 'Boa I-In' Set under study by the board, Wilson was charged with failure College/ of Medicine, thereby discharging spend $51,000 for two pieces of
, The 23-year old man has made Television Monday A A M President Dr.George to have hia car under con Dr, Robert Hoffman.The property near the campus for
,a spectacular conquest of North : Gore fcsked the board trol. vote was 43. women a dormitories.

.America, after already having Marchers
been an established favorite In ae By ,
t Europe. Ht has performed In all Programs IN
i the major cities and frequently t MIAMI BEACH (AP-) We're
ea radio and television. He has tve! peace marchers are stagng .
appeared as' soloist with manymajor IDITON'S NOTSly a boat.In at the Coast Guard Th
Italian orchestras: and '",'.M ,.'......'1." to supplied dock here. -
> th lilitnt and li aublaat t*
with the Lamoureux, Fasdeloup king*. TO* Sun News.. !is ml r.. The marchers, members! of, CelebratingOur
r and Colonne Orchestras: of Paris IpitnuBI. fee artgnmi thai ate net he Committee for nonviolent n
.. ...
IARTY adhere U the schedule llau .1. .
' and the London Philharmonic Action and Quebec to Cuba '

He ha.' been featured at such BtatlanaWESRTV. ,.... peace march sailed for Cuba /
: f h. I. Dartona
,h: festivals aa Nice, Strasbourg and Peach -Orl.nde Tuesday In a 24 foot launch to
Spoleto. WPHO.TV. Ch nn.l. &. Orlaiito protest war and the U.S. ban on j l HlM sW*
WLor-TV. Ch.n..1 I. Orlaid ravel to Cuba.

WCDNCSDAY CVKNIN A short distance out, they In Our New Location
Ex-Publisher DietCLEVELAND I:M (tl Wall Pup were stopped by the CoastGuard

Ohio (AP M I 112(.)'"To Momanta..l Hunt Raarm !I. Sport boat and, which towed confiscated it to the dock their on With A Storewide Sale Thursday Friday & Saturday

Henry 0. Seed, T3, former Mid I:M O(It t'"lt.T. Baatrar orders of the U.S. attorney gen ,
western representative for the ('> ipni-u, era!.
EchnftU Publishing ,Co. of New 1:00: \ewa.W.ah.r.apmtp. .
,I York, died Tuesday. He had 1 III News' "..tlla,. Sport The demonstrators refused to *
leave the boat
(I) Unit Cochran Nawa
,1 been with the publishing firm 35 1lt: lit Huntl.y.flrlnkl.r 'Well' never leave voluntari t PRIZES
before his, retirement In -
years "
Ill Hav Oun Will Travel ly. said Bradford Lyttle 3d, ,
1961. tH: lit rmpiitvHt skipper of'the\ launch "This lath \ ft
Th Lucy Show \
(4> fhnvanna; Caribbean wall. We have the No .
Athens "f It W> rM Th. Virginia Rnxirti right to traveL" It's as bad as f Obligation Nothing To Buy Just Rjlitsr ,
East Berlin.
I:09 <" Petty Duke
.1, "....1.1 Others aboard the boat were"
SM: (It The Rig Maw medical technician; Mar.
/ 'j'' 1 eat 101 l> Plrk Wlckar. Via Crk. vtn Davldov, 33, a former St
I : 110,: lit (... Williams Show Paul Minn., art dealer: Peter
I ,SIDEWALKSSCala l lentrstse iniui l IM al lurh'fanny'.Kaa Law GregonU. M, Oregon electronics
i. In Llchterftlde, 111.M m rnllHcl 'It technician: and Robert Qapp,
also (1> 2(1( California
t Germany, is now a. pretty (I) N..wABO.
fancy street Some 204 ehtl fIt Wave
U:It fn TonlthlII '
dren tried pavement MovlaIf McDowell,'In his TOIl, was associated
' during festival weeks In ) M"VII. mot of his life with
1 M
1 the Stegliti district., where :III; (C It> Day NawaI TToHNaur Graceland College, the denomination !.
STARTS TOMORROWSO7TRUETOLIFE Lichterfelde Is located. I I.'r. 'a school at Lamoni, Iowa 1M
( eamaltt* weakly' TV ar..
: : irimmlnf Pltrltfa' iMiiailn sin .ko. a Miuiar found I In feature All
.f yaur Sunday Sun News) aa.n-ewr Bonus
You'll feel :

I, ;t a owe lived BOULEVARDDRIY..IN D.Land Eidlo JACOBYOn ., f.. 1Ir. ....

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I NOtTH U Fertilizer Scott's 'Bonus'

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In Color Dr. Floyd M. McDowell, WIST CAST

former member of the First A10ITII AAKS4VK10II $
"mum Cnlllln Friday Presidency, the .highest form ..u 4.55 3.95 $5.95HEDGES
AND WONDERFUL" log body o! the reorganized 4 .1
i itoM'I I church of Jesus Christ of Latter > IIS r1JT136otrTli

I I .day Saints, died Tuesday (D)
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, Camellias2t$1.25 Grit's ILL 1 *r IstlerLigustrum
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., if',\' ; t,, aUHk Wed X rik KM Snapdragons orViburnum
.N 'J ai : 14 PIM IV
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10 to 15 Inch ._..__ 5ge
} .. One ot till bidding prnl'lpl'etthat $295 $375Azaleas and eintrsIndlTlduallf 18 io 24 inch S1.6S
I endorse wholeheartedly is
", ; "II, that a winning player should try Potted 24 to 38 Inch $135
Dot to be shut out of the bidding., REG. 85c DOZENI
Aa an excuse for bidding I I .
sometimes point out that Shave Boxwoods
\ been playing a long time and
i : J t' am too old to miss any opporruBltie -, 69; 69 C
to bid Do=. .
AI Morehead agrees with this 99
: Idea. I will quota from "More- ,
98 & $129
.. bead ea Bidding" ;
.. ., A "East may not have had a

f.'ti. .' good takeout double nf North's
one heart r ponae. It did not
'QQ\ : dedicated look u if then was much danger .
.: ; nf North and South nuking RYE GRASS SEED 10 LIIs. 99,
hU hand and he
a ram against
"'". ;:'rt. man of felt that any action might get
j, .. him late trouble.Whea .
of. '' Cast did pas. South
; worked kit way to dye dlajnoads -. SPECIAL
t, proven ability and mad it after West
selected tile ala al dub as his

.t.: ,' and peaing l Hit. ORTHO GRO
who Gaallono $4.98FOR
: Integrity dirk"South drew'trumps wna the, cashed first dub the : :! Atp

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.. :: i:. Will get the job done! queen rent.ol lee and ot tile king spade club ef*.spade East and, and took led' was the hla 2nd GAllON PAY ONLY .01.1 1Lmlt.dQnanWy

end A Mack
r I' played. card lead
\ :
I would allow South to ruff ta
\ \ dummy and discard one ef his ( ) 2 GALLONS $4.99
Denocrttio) CtndldiU Group One two heart. 'while a heart lead
would b* right tote dummy'saee
Morehead points out that had
(rdtr4al Paid Ow b ter.dt Ciblela East doubled. West would have

I bee sun that East would hold .
something U spade and would Smith Feed & Seed Store
her been more likely to open aapad
I *. Ot course', a spade lend
a .e would beat In. fK-e' .iiamond

contract: because East would 521 West New York Ave. DELAND Phone 734-2119
cash two spades and wait lot bo*

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NATO-Issue Showdown r : # F J 11 I

SAVI PLAID STAMPS FAITH .with fa purchase ef the EXTRA I
STAMP,:msrtaaiMllM Dated l lilt this advertliemint' n ALPs
Stamp-0-Rsme h a'liljn' t. Mcsurag larly Fill
WASHINGTON AP) US.cfflelaii of plan which would cover not \
hope that British Prime only any seaborn force.but also tt\ T=ClfT ""d ** it variety end quality plot ibiiUicult '

Minuter Harold WUoa will be land based nuclear weapon In tee : .-....._..._.....-......_.....,
ready to make concrete propos the NATO area ot Western Eu fl1VA i it 1 Why Ml Illliiftral r- f
all for organizing a ouclesr rope.While ".\. b .e kI
force the British have Gah
weapon JOt the North i
Atlantic Treaty Organization stressed the need! for delay! the Este'.. salty' ., Stamtifr ,
when he come here for talks United State has been under 'V V \ (I
with President Johnson In about pressure from Went Grmany to ll > i .gibe 1
six weeks act on the MLF with all ponsible ., Inlet With till .up..1 eurgka, M 1 1Bufferin
The NATO nuclear problem speed West German leader ts.tua. ., $1,29 !I.
was the major Issue posed In recently suggested that If other .J ,,'t' SU'IIIGHtHeavy
conferences with Johnson administration NATO allies'were unwilling to ( : Jan's. It. W I:
leader Id West and C""R' .... thr.un tun? Itnv, t (
Monday part pat Germany 4 ; .. :j : .
and Tuesday by the loielgnsecretary : the United State should act (, Calf Sale :

of the new British alone to conclude an MLF l' J .._..__.........._.. ....._.....__.
Labor Patrick agreement the end of the .
government by
(Sem.ilm.i Called Baby Beef) -
Cordon Walker. year. : iii ii :.te: :
Cordon Walker told a new The United States reluctant'\ Round Steak u. 69 $ PLAID 1
conference Tuesday that the If not flatly unwilling to make WILL JOIN IN UNICEF CAMPAIGN These youngsters!' will be among the #
British government need time such an agreement with Wet hundreds ot local children who will participate the annual "Trick! or Treat for UNI ww STAMPS 1.
In which to formulate specific Germany alone since the American CEF" campaign that will be staged Saturday Halloween nicht. Residents art wee till '
l. ant 1
I MUM punkas. *f r.
plan In the NATO nuclear been interest to enlist!in the the participationof MLF has urged to place contributions in the special hall-pint orange and black container the Chuck Roast Lb. 39; D.l Monte Ucht Chunk ;
weapon field. youngsters will be carrying. The children also will b* wearing UNICEF: armbands and
He also assured U.S. officials possible a* many. allied countries a* will be accompanied by adults during the h wnevto-hotne!' drive. The local drive is} sponsored I | Tuna 3 :::. $1.00 i t tI
' that his government did not authnrltie by the United Church Women. Mrs. Walter Purtz is sacral chairman. Children Jan. te.n.e4
Washington now SteakIF H
, Intend to stall on the problem Lb. 79 1 Csu/eaae.i t.wusa tun, Nn I
': for the sake of delaying Indefin : look to direct British German from the various churches will be given specific areas of the city in which to I .

Rely action within NATO on a I IU.S. talks to produce some under.standing canvMS..Members of the Scouts and Cub Scoilts! also will assist. Shown are membersof 1:............................ ......j
proposal for a nuclear I on timing which may Troop 89, left to right, Alphonw Hayward Stanley White and Allen S. Johnson ,...-......-... ..
armed force of 25 surface ships I I he satisfactory Walker plans all to Gordon with Henry Hill Jackson is the troop leader assisted by Mrs. Johnnie Mae Bennett. (Sun Ground Beef 3 i $ 1 i iii iii: l
known as the MLF which News Photo by Hunter)
would be Jointly owned and West German Foreign Minister. -- PLAID' I

countries.manned by participating allied vember.Gerhard Gordon Schroeder Walker conferred in mid herewith No' J nONAXZA. FOR PIG FARMER Roast t : S:OU DER Lb. 45 1 1V" STAMPS'

Johnson' deadline for getting President Johnson Secretary : Florida Wit!! tat', sauces act .U....... Ne i
basic Agreement on the forma of State Dean Rusk\ Secretary Case .r Rllrm.1) .
tion of such a force has been the of Defense Robert S. Mc. All He Wanted Was Water "SUPER RKNr.HIAVT CAW WIUt ll... '
end of this year It Is now very Namara and other officials. Ncm ,Briefs Ch"-I 1 >.....3 cans $1 1,00JAr
questionable that this deadlinecan Rusk said after the5 minute 'BrisketPlate Lb.191
be met although U.S. officials !!. meeting with the President that : I eell'R' ... Innunu.." N.". t
made clear It ha not been But TIle Oil Kept On Coming I
formally abandoned. i Gordon-Walker's two week visit after to Washington the tCKSONVnJJC (AD Arthur "SUPIU'GHY"' HEAVY CALF .................!......-.. -......_......-;
The Labor party's approachnow I new Labor government took FlefUer conductor of the EalrsaS UKir>
seem to be that a broader I over in London had been COr ill.., ni. 'I tAP) All Another! shaft win drilled, Anton Pops Orchestra, will beguest Rib Steak 69x f. .1.|
concept for a NATO nuclear : "extremely valuable. Gerald Lyons wanted was water with the same results at 147 of honor it dedication' rer- jrT7tHAID :
force 1* necessary some kind "We're off to a very fine for Ills pigs. Instead ef water emonles fur Jacksonville University a
start" Rusk said. Gordon Walker the well.drilling company he feet.The driller pumped the first "! Phillip Music and Fine "SUPER-RIGHT"SMALL U 1'1'" STAMPS
agreed.'Watchers'Vetoed. hired struck oil well for tin das*. hoping the oil Art Pulldiri Nov 11. With 1M.I eau 'R I1uwha..5 I
The discovery' ha* generateda would disappear Instead, It got Fiedler! will receive an honorary Spare Ribs Lb.> 45x set eat La..11 l! Nmraf. liuUnt"
'yVtoJFaptroa of excitement In this thicker: doctorate 11'01'the university
) storm $, Nov M. Coffee y: $1.05 .
ef north central Illinois .
rural area A geologist" from the University I.
TALLAHASSEE AP* -. The but Lyons '(till has wateron of Illinois who analyzed the trMrI"CAr7.hrm..r ALLGOOD IUND SLICED '"UK. 10. l.. .14
Florida Cabinet refused yester ( Florida e.a/ass e .1 t""", lu.", N.,. S
his mind. crude oil said lilt was surprised
day to place special watchers at "I' a hog farmer In need ofwater and the fart Governor Fuller. Warren will Bacon 2 79 .
the polls for the Nov. 3 voting a* m," he says. at that Its it high was grade found at such shallow rampalgn for rresldent Johnson :;, ;
... .._.. ..
th.e state Republican chairman Saturday Northwest Florid .
But he plans to do something depths.Lyons .
--ii.i iii
H. paid he would)
had asked. speak elillttlm.a l
about the oil after he finishes" know
said ha doean't
Tom Brown of Tampa urged darting at Milton and '
fall plowing this weekend how much oil I.I under his landor
the Cabinet to the concluding with PlAID
provide a
money "I'm going to talk to some oilpronntere Bight rally at it
ITTAINING for hiring special deputies of what it's worth Blountstown.TALLAHASSFE. _
he said In
today an
Secretary of State Tom Adams "But arent you anxioai l to
"to assure an honest election Interview find out?" h* was asked.They tAP With ,..,. CI.u.. .se tl
11flNiNOMIt1EA1 at
Lyons, 37, who lives on an Wi I wlMeaee
tell It's been there .. ..
The Cabinet took no action after we Fsrrls Bryant hi* asked for U n. M.
farm with his wife and
, Brown made his request.' acre for a billion yean and its nil' million more In federal disaster Produce L
IIENFTION three_ children was harvestingbeans .
This means there will be so fu'ther '' Iris tt go sway h* sppltal 4 assistant for damage caused
opportunity sine the voting when he was Informed A. -- ;:: hy Hurricane Out, I
I* next week."Anormally. that the drlU..1'Ilad/ struck children reach teen pLwuA .u... NIYr t
I.i I.
mixture of oil!l and water, at the proportion drinking milk The lines re<)uet for mote

I /eaomnc wslean screw tp.I healthy person tin feet. .1 Marts to decline. UJdf'ClinM funds' went to Washington Tue*. J ..... -_.. :
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.U bid W ICflJN1'Costa floe only T to 10 deys, without "I Just kept working" 11.1.ld. somewhat more rapldlyfor girt W money obtained In this GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS :: :::::::. :: :-- -- .". -
, Water. than hnyl.I manner must t be used hy local. .
governments In restoring vital 31 i 129' "
public service surd *S street, v u PLAID'WI I

I SELL! TRADE! drainage CArP' KENNCDf end sewage,(AP-WB- riORIDA 5 49 ...., SlAMPS .
vine Ham'propulsion G.' Pemherton echnlelsn., 3ot, TIMs-was ORANGES I'o ," tote I C"Cups'", All'sal rleeet,....... cf

kited Tumrfsy bight when his Sego 3 rV.V:: 89cMtflffKi

WITH ; lot truck program overturned rnmplex.neat: tile Gem- GRAPEFRUIT 5 .o.39' e.u..... tail Jaw. .et./tN...u." /vsr, N.'I, 1'.

H j Pmherlon, an employe of the .

Martin Ca.. was the Idltl fatality FIRM liD .._........._.n..._......_..._..._.::1
In the 14 year history' of the .. .....-..-.-....... ....-......
Cape Xevrn'men died this year, TOMATOES Lb.19rAPPLES
Including three. fatally burned In '

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Florida Puhltc Utllltle C mm1a- Wits, tab Ease eat N
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II !lEWD (U FLORIDA) SUN NEWS wtDNESDAY, ocr.2', 1964 I Pwlaiula 119 lifcr SHftr -aU CM 125 NsIp W..t.4-F..r.! ,

and .. RD COIN A 'T -37 E: fhio Phone 7144HMMtRRy P.orATTn
v iso P, Inn N VOLUil. .. AMELIA and
np3 Child I'a .. BUSY -TI,sol.. MAN ,
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hour Meat Mr Dwap at tbDandtrlch '.
1 Tour .Ift. pow' 20 MMhj sltrIcton.. Minppa JOT S. Amelia,
.:? It'.i t la,.. thin You DLand. t.Id p m only Da notttlrpnonr
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.,nt. 'M Pr..rim00.0. Hnma telephoto' "i-r>m. iff. M.. 1
wo! & COX now .vall.hla. Ph .. 7I4-4SK1. hrlp: I mil .h"W gnu how. t0darn
-- l . I r Hardware & 11 ftA :N Blvd Phono 7J4-IWM OINB RAiOTHTRACTOPRCIE -
&i ISTiKATTICO1AH A lady In start. Apart.
COAANIWIU.YO3.Mr STOVE PIPSDELAND WICK* aSSnam PH. Tt4-MM mot nllh m.. Uvlnir axpaaara
4 U'MJIIER and .. HARDWARE CO. paid for hor rnmpanBaparat* j
". WITH MpGARFWITHOR MATERIALS and Ill N. BLVD Phon. U4JA. -..11 ....1\........... Phon 7S4-5I2I.
RG1Th4ocr PlEROON 20L Air CM. t IIH1iIlfYORK"

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,net M k :; !M AID? I f......> Select fflfw I'trda Book. CATINO: aniliDITIONDVO > nr .sMtiTi: ia> I
Oirtatmaa earda now AIR'CON i IQ PT. rnur Inram tl.tW a
114 .N. Blvd<< Phon 1J4-M7I 3.r by wnrklnf' 2 I
row A GOOD 11. : : AUTHORIZED DEALER month 8>rvlr. .I"i:
THP! AT TOIL 51. CtcktaBi Mltht' .hlftrlt* Boa 47 De.WAX'I'F.fI I
AAMP WMM CUOPf* BW-M.PWT WAX* W u.M D.4IADay u !Ia0ItSACK141MUSTN ( HONtK MAPS. Mullen Land Bun Nips. j

?ALL HAS MOVDy PM BOAT, MTA91AMOWOM = aunt to Ath'nx OEflCATBD 371.310CALL month Phon. *,*4-.K>.
opou A
S to 12
a m mldmeht
TIMTSAFiI FRANCMIkE, ; Mldo fail R. Boul.v.rd, Phon. 714tltTWhtrt fOur 2(1 .v..r. of son and under
I All ,,, to. Silmn tin W.',, plus com.
r MTVIon|
I ."'. ; ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.HEATING ",1..,,,. ..."tool mmnloyrneoLWrit.
laY-A your .
sHNMr ; fllf" "...... ti to Dm* Sun :s.... 8011 19.

= TEDFORD FOOT LONG HOT DOGS. all thnwov CLEANUP MAN ":nt 4.l til 11m.
,. a 4 ,dayu CaUT941M7
101 E. NW York .
: .
: Olliv 11 A It W ROOT .
II "
Market A I .' ;' : ; DINER: TCLI ANOTHER METALWORK nrftm part ElmO solos, h.lp. Av,.
.hll..h hart Turksy $ IT'" Tall ft 8. Tlnrlda Phone TI4.MU Ilia .rnlt.n HIS 12.KO pot
Thurolot"WE Holiday Steak House hour Mf.t Mr. twnp! at the
n '- THE BI T FEAT 10 alt HBAfTFlorida : ndwlih Khnpn !<>7 N. Amelia
SILL! Tot N. BOULEVARD. DELAND Tha hat In tso h"atl"e I. .t IwLund ..3. rm. pnl)'. Do not
fllIM': DRAPER : Hwia fl.a <'ompanv. Call llo/'hnne.. Must hav. car and<
10'. WE GIVE: YOU : I lusty Parlors now for fr.. hyaline nun..v of Ulfnhnn*.. Com ... M*. I really!
1.r rar..wKIN tl'JLOERKmEjrhurrh / your horn or builneaa. No .bi] ... i).*d belt 1 will show von how to
I 1111 _arn iit..dy "..klv Inborn* '
.I"'UTV 'AlA" 11..1 FLORIDA 1I'I\f1l GAS CO"PAfTICP.O : J
LAV AWAY TOUR (" Ihrnll..h J'rI..y NI..hea. Pho. 200 Jr. Now Tnrk, l'hon. 724.1011 MPIRICNCCD' A-l Khc t Mttal
Gtrrl TOPAI. TT'! Tat.Oj.1 Paint and Body moo Apply at
THIN ttT LES : SPOT FKATTNd'' Karh'a Taint Body Shop. 430
010111 J
AKINS/ ITp 'IOOR'II.ILt,1,. LEGAL poor, 'rovKns: a> low a* n.I5.: Coll i'RPE$ FI'EL. for tr...' '
IJY7 Oy YOU WALLFRC( TOM POOLS. ..U..t..o any lI"atlrilr anpb.att..a. I MAN WANTED'

t ; IN THK NOTICE(' ;P'fI or g !; i'hona T3t.tJ;6t GREEN'S FUEL : $55. Week, Plus Com- ,

t i *IN EvrvrH, ASH KOR (/ : fA Gal & Atctmratt.STONE I' M. ?It.Vf" PBrt'-:B T 4,!441AVB I I mission. No Sunday or
S.). "! FREE!: GIFT FOR 'I'Inl }IONS THE BLILTERS: IVY I night work required.

ARRA PAN I. C'ASTRI 1>C.) a Florid With J.uhrluU..n anti 011 t'hange ELECT..IC HI"T, W'TET. SAPS, Guaranteed Steady
1,1.: :: t' : & DRIVERTEXACo' NrTT1N4 CLEAN. t: 'Q & .
..* NLRrTRIC ? 127 Employment. Not over
ROil ;X hia wife, rat I SERVICE 734.0771. 45 & not under 21.

1 I If r .TO: Hx nn-Mi-arhoro. 131. ..II-.Boulnard. Photon 71410312GALLONS << 21A a.... Write to Box 49.,'
ewwY Puhlln, Georaia'You DeLand Sun News.ERVICE .
t a uAND ors booby IILVtR: IHELL OIL End Roofing WorriesWITH i
Suit to fororin.e a mn:
.4)W MW A,t. YaN w en tho holnw '.nrlb. $1.69 dnar..ot..H. B bk.rold Rook STATION ATTENDANT
naa .horn commMicro' FOR H. t2t1LB\ ; Call liih and minor rtpalra Must h*
to Iho t'ImiubCn'mt of TOM T CO. .iprrltnrtd. rnqulrad
.J.'rl..1. 'Irrult (In anti A1. .u'\,, 'aHd.?, STATION ll. So Dulawtra Fhon. ...."ft.1I Apply In prraon. IVoreon'. Gulf
'.''''n. Plnrida.Th. 101 S. RLVD Fhnn. TU.II" AL..M" W"'ITI" RIVER 0..1Ilt.M Serviro Rtallon. 101 R. Blvd
DON T I'M ERSONABLt:. I'MCERTAIIJLY' XMAYBB IT'S thhrrvlit.d tltla CII Td d.llmred. !!buskYaihar EXPERIENCED. PRE88ER
P14I M.U. 114.0500.
fEis I INTELLUSErJT, Wm P.clT YOUR INFERIORITY II inn.,AKKA a Florida< on irunion,,,,, Business Services FIM8HKK.: : Dry Ocanlnf' Plant,
LIKE SPlRITEtX 11:. plymouth
Apply Hi !
SENSITIVE 1 BAD LOOKING COMPLEX II iff va A, A. ROMII 22 Uph.lst.rlno-lt.filaillt.1 Collci
WARM-HEARTECI town, hit ..lf... at .1., rl.0a
'rho d.orriniloa "I ., I 10 Specie, SfrvkM IXPIRICNCEO crll) rook, apply'
,MY pro..tld.d 1..ln.t : Lot Vi Give Toil rrEailmatM .. In porinn at thu Wbataburcar.
-W For Prlo. To Cornr Amelia and .2-
.. Th Nnrthorlo. S"II ,. PAINTING, ROOrtNO REPAIRI. Pit Your Bu 1.-Work, Rant .)' ('arp.titrr. Tall N.loii Hort. Ph Tphnlitorr. and Kaflnlahlnf
1 I tnap Fnhltc In Ma Rcporda* Hook 3 of. : 7J4-MJi' alter. I p.m. w..kd T.. Hunt's Upholstery Shop 27 Ndp EP Fa111E1a,

I 4buniv. ,, 'lo"l\a, ..r.,, DeLand Woodworking Co. IIKI E. Carolina Fhon 7S4ll.il22A BIRD AT ONCII I eoporlencad<
lion lali.n for a"H' Fern Cutt.r.. Tar round work.
/ tnperhor with any Ito( N. BOUNDARY PR TI4-II4T fur Cavtriwf a Cirmd* Tit ,(Mod pot Will furnish houaa for
iii rla-hia appartalnlnc '.mall famllr. Cnl., .
IfVolll Blr 1 Rlf .. .
rt-dn not rail. Thnnt rollaet
T..u Ira honk. r OPICN ;4 HOCRS FLOOR SHOW nw.n', P.nery,71.230Wilt,. r,
I your Anivor or 111 ti Kprliif Uardrn T14-HT1A .
l ', Fa.| Ask for :Nalaon Hlr...
Jt.4.+ wvryq ''' .
-W' with th. rirrk oft th*
and, to none. a copy DAILY ;
.114 '111... H.>trlPk. NEED SOFT WATER ARMSTRONG KEVTTLB 1'1' Sltwdttont Wfittl
Church Xtr..t, po H"LJ.F.R AMERICAN: GLEAN
I.nd.., Mnrlda' aft .. .
1 n f M 0 tiff on or h.for* ft. tyolnr
No..mhrr. 1901. If \na : Phona T14-87JI4. 1:1 I E. Bleb ".* Phon 1S4-1IN I Mint \\rlt. to Mr. E:,. R. bunran 1
Tin V riorono
a Pw'r.. Pro fonf.ano \ -- _
t.r.d ....,...t. roll for th SAW FILING JJ Jell ProtbgPrinting l COLORED i V.a I full day
mnnd.fl In the Cnmpl ..
houn* ork or !Ironln, Monday,
PLBA C ADO N0 CASH, EufNOGA THA'S' No DEUCEDLY UNSDOR11N6OF of.t\ITSFKff MM lonrt/ m*tn hand 1>. ... ., D&L ,CO. .I' W.rtn...rt..,. Frldar. Ph Ta4-i> 71.

IT TO ATTHtTUAACCOUNTl/ % 'YO1JIUMI PRoRLEMIULP Y U1' t'n"nl rinrt' 4Av1 I pctobM. AD, 1914 'l'U.I". lraduala
and B.rrir
JFff:: any I Phnso n4.IUa.
BSONE AIREAFLED I make and mod.l .wlni Maehlna.
"riwk' 'o..rC::: fatfl'fictlon. .uaro".d or C ,.;a I
rat: Ryl1i: RACHEL N.. ohar**. Fhon 1U.I.-.'. R PPM'ATR1IP FATF8O. ,
TAN S : -o :i RIDES tl- ONI at but ti1pp' 4 (rlatlaiplanta RAt 13 T34-4144
Rrtr: : ; IImfl'l"K' A > t>m.ASn AIR HKRVt! I In central Florid; w.l- .
EIRE! at, .. 109 JIJ..t Church ILr.U MUNICIPAL, APORDr .l- ama four printing ..' -frm 29 SdI.'s-wlnlctII.' ;,
F.D. : bualn.a and
C1.r e4l 1 a raonal eardo t*
ad :r Drl.ndo, riorld CUSTOM! TRACTOR MOWINGLOTS multl-tbc-uaand full...* *,lr*.. I
:z < and ACRi:40111U''lial : lira fir>.. nail eollort MEN 'WOMIN WANTED AT
M.trnte : Now Imrrna Barh. N w *i ONCE tn train! for Civil Ssrvlr \
/ -rin----Banki" Island OA a.t44l Prompt S.rrle. kua. flood Pay Thounanda of tobion
faatloi Uu&raau4. ..... Fvporlnnc. ununlly unn' ".
Canadian Arctic the .
I I 17 g -C.MMfki aar\, For Information on Joba
It cai1hoiti pftt, : .., r
I hare, tupplemented CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEELCHAIRS 24 Fnits ni J.kM
I plnrmllaaand .an Ant 41 TteLand Sun. Nwa.Financial '
,,. nru '( fox. > QOtIIlDn I

AvJ/ y i w r 10.53 0i u FOR RENT OR SALE :rl'RTHRR thovoo, Hwy, .HrL \* \

Bearden's Drug Shop SATSUMASNAVELSlloi.nlr.I

I HAMBONE'S. c.,. L Nt' Tork oed AI._. Ala nrnv.a. Highway' 17 N';. 19 IMMMI OpparNSili4n

EVErNBob .r j. p. AIIPTlou Phon. tl4-llll GET-YOUR.NORTH CARot.lVAAPPLm (
14f:4 hCElTFdEW4JJDCR 43
aNO Mt STATION with I ad.I"
Aui t3tIRJD9NIP 1 laET11Na 410 I To Every PrescnptionWE PI,'MPlktVr/ ,,'. Inn bu. ".,... FOR SALE: Stoeh
TD Jo8.uPi NORTH CAROLINA Appl.a foraal and aqnlpnnnt. Inrlndtd Retina
I WHA".t'l'Ut-t '
i ADD SERVICE H4I\p''ea\ Pumpkin. Justoft fur atlllna, ? olkrr. huln*..
IHE IrYwVv... Tdaft30 fW3. c Truck Rout. en W. Hloh..otaA's. Prlta. Oslo, Fhon. 734-ITJ1.
II tl.UI "to' E'it OUR Pharmaaiata tat oar of ,.m .
i ... pn.rr/ptle..adS a aultalr upoaaikM
.. ... POAD.I.00KIFl'" J '.> w llkll W4nn.U> 12 UMy T. Un
MM' AOt IN.aw4 our InatrlM ..P......*.... a* Employment
Jf tens u at ..r P>anna
,. r40tr"'II'4' BUT A' I" .110. nut M 2S Help" W.ItH-I. Union Finance Co. .

c I ". .... 'IK T>& NECK' i Iy I VOLUSIA PHARMACY WAIT"I Its I Port... full tm0: 1:.... ACTOMOBILI.ItfJ1'tATUII" REAL t2RNITrRI IITATII

ua..e "THI :r.a"""' Ann lint .tnnl only' 111 L BLVD. Phen 75441N
r.r; ln.rH' I
N.NOME Ph.a .Slq MAR > \ ';

OWNED PERSONAL S.,,. I'OIU' S. lel\'d. LOANS TO $600
t I.! ... E..,. tor Law Frl..... Op.. 1 TIFEK!' TRMPRAIIT YORK
04.1 Till pm v..rv. ""' KNOWLED9 Addln IRIBBLE & REYNOLDS
DELAND SUNDRIES marhln* dor total:: ctorlralWAITREEt
enrh. Aptly No. Mill A Tel.CO FINANCE CO.. INC.
osA11tAN lilt Ti. Bud! Fhon 114ITJIU 310 W New ItT Ave. How. o..t tw Bnrn r..llI.

WANTBOl Will III'. a..... P1o.a fl4.1I"
P1itbIt-Paper Mlgiq train high .rbool tIrk for port
lima work. Apolr (4.511 Hnu... BURNETT FINANCE CO.
,auT NprMY oo s! I .. CRAP.LEII *. MnnLMXRPHT ErI'
WHAT ij1er. Ill W, Oorfla Phon 7M-I4M .. +d pr* .",. { p' PR08lkMOYAYtt 59 i i iTPI..,... Mom ...rf.n In Orson lull *...4:t1 for A... 114 S. ALA. 734-0373
'Y E .
4)l With k2.etrlmlc.H eon. Intm.oI. RTMAI.A RFRTAl
.+,nwlh : :.. rramn 111'1 { sow RANT, Ht.w.y I7.70, .f IVLan.4,
f'1In. 11.-13"1,
+ TTk. YOU MAY *f THE ONE WVr. .
tax looktnc for lo show Atmia ront-
DeLand Paint & GlassIII
pl.r.a n.w ninnm.a Nn*. Tr>tr PLEASE-
W, OMrata Any Phoa. TI44MIHour. how thorn and *ara aia i w kiy'
.>rDUIIALITE I rom wnn Avon \ni* Mr*. Don't '
; FrsOOs P0. Sos tUa, $k TOOT' Mwiptperbei
y INTO 1N6OOFFEIt PAINTS. I. loa,,.na"HriTk.. .,.. to crept rtmlttaoee lor

? III 40 PM" .RRMf p PAINTING sod rAPES RANUUIGFKEa WAiT"III .ad full or sort'Elm. cIuaJfte4 .da. I
7f1.l : La'rIMATFs O"'JrN ., Mona'. J'1aaa.. U" Sono
( ( p1 S i'r' e Al M.*...... 7I4-4IU. TM4TUnMNXNOU RtukoarA. '. .'

', ..y Ig ,1 III 110115.11 I .' RAn O'NXAL: I I I'I1L

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Avoid The RUSHSHOP 1964 SIMCA 1 Thursday Special .

<< 4 Dear Ma, Htittr 4-f,"tI I metal, trt.tBiiiii.B. / I I

For Christmas Early 1,095 1963 FIAT 4 Door Sedan "1100 &r1.1"! .' ':

1960 FORDS esse 4 Spied TraasmlMloa Radio and Heater. '

With A LOAN From $.* .,Standard I TnnimlubK. Ridl, H.ttr, One Local Owntr Low MU..;.. ::

D.L nd Paint & GinsWELDING t...... Ch.T H ril f liU.... !.1.*.

FLORIDA LOAN COMPANY INC. j 'n Kouill Ittl bal. ftl n.. Extra CItaol

: lit W. G..r118 n.uww : $795 'II C.nlr |1U baU tU m*.

...uuSU.InnuS..... Loans To $600 II MlrpellUa KIT.... IM m.. It.

'I1 Fak. >.. S/W $l*.*.... $4f.... .

US L INDIANA AYE. ,.... 7S4-24S1 1961 FORD ,'M Ford I7U bal..$M m*. :$895MI'

: D"r s..... A.h.itlt, Mutes 11,000 Actual Meal. i''M Valk."tf MM baU $U Raw

MACHINC WON '.. LlM>.lft |11N bat It* ...

A40T1D ITtIL $995 'S M.reu ......... PI w.

OUENTHER'3Dan M Cerniw l |7H baL IU m.. Otltn T. O..i. ,....1 W
Need ANY Used Auto Part? 'N Falc.. tin baU $M m*.
1959 I* Ply tWr |M|bal. tt ....

tn W. on.. BT 4MTM IMPALA C"*vtrtlblf Atftirtatic, Power tttrlg till Iraki. .OU.rB.kll. |IH baU tn M.. JACOBS J
have we'll It for !
or get youl ,
sad;11,Htt'''. .U ri7m*.tk IM..I. tit mU ..
11 P.rd .tIIl baL .n ....
SJ Mwua 3 Telephone Circuits throughout the Southl $1 095 "f' ...teu, .511... f II m*. MOTOR SERVICE ; ;.

SIM N. SparkmaJi A,... Oranr City .. ',; A M lafkl) H PC K17 bal. tit .... .
AUJTATB HOMER I.N Z.Ntr't-o-! Tbo.N nWZOl-1IUII U real. Court. tttT bal. Ml m*, ,S01 So .......... HIM 7144ltS .'

Auto Home' Bua Ufa. BealtkALL8TATB 1961 PONTIAC 3 tl,1 'si OUT $'la tft tin...,m ..,
'are Bldg., PeLand Auto ,Finance.Fla, n.-Plan.." S M HOCE WKECKXB UKV1CE I CATALINA 4 DMr {...R, I.di1! & "n"' ." I' : 'tl Old.m.bll. tut bat U. m.

AUTO PARTS INC. 'SI nillma IJI7 baU ttlSI m..
JAMES F. CLARDY 1,345 '. reatlao tut bal. ttl mo.SI I" ... lust :
Dodge ISM,.1. 'U m.
III N. ti,& Ph... t34-UN SI Dea.*. ton baL .n mtSI I /* fV4 ATHt, entral bested.
lealSI altnhan with 0... etnve. PRAOUNI '
Tad Utt hal til .
hwaihr, tarbare olapoaaUkirch '-
AUTO UFB U Fr. Tl 8/Sk tin..1. tU me.IT ..111..." Douhl utility
a34 M. BLVD. PB. 11441UtUrti : wowr i$$$ InNI I ASPIWt PAYIIt OBlllI2JdIlflHRVSLER.PLYMOUTH Flymoatk Sill'.1. PS m.. roam. krlrk rnnt .with dnublsrapport. HARLAND ..
withrult FOCUS JR.
Mo lot treea.
14 |o. ii'it S"MUOItTQAOBB Bay N.w GMt D4lilomatl. .I/Idllki. OnRAaI krtlle 'I., Dttt UUbiLKIm.. P9nbodbodOs w approilmately Iveeka 5341/5
WaibonAa IT Ford Wf. tlMbaL til m*. 1J14 N. nnoinn.

Used rmrBltoTtlOXTKirS RAY IINKOVICHi M Mercury tn bal. t I me.SI JOHN E. BISHOP

FOR Term BfTORMATIOH Home abort Long FURNITUIZ, .... i to ems i e i t r I t i .. Cadllla tm but Ill m*. Oro J.lCIINJlJD,. !..* ..* BIHI.PBRTit Phone t ....HOBNMAI. 7S ra1011ws.11 _
11 t.l bal. I .
YLDtt1ALa'a M.rrsrp I
Mon DBLAND A lAM AbeslaoISIll lit W. New VieS Ass, Rt 4-4711 L I0t !.... "_ Tort AM 1201 Nwth Itulmnl ph,.. 7)44130I tn... t < m me.MButrh *. i eotmiACrom "" FOR", nn TALI0,100,". 1 B0 Purhl.hod a. far net. 101 '.
5. TN4da r..s 100-S$1 GORDON E. HOLZMANPM Phnno 11451..

U Ied11-TIE...bus 01.11. Otr mIMlMAROARKT

Uve Stock GOOD ... 61 ..... U MAITM 1012 1 I OPEN EVE Mailna BP.IOHAMWalker.. An"ltePhene DeBarr Real state .

seed 1144.<< cull YOUR RCA VICTOR 411 W. Pea 111.10Lankly' .

17 NorntGtdetc Bob mmourj W.IrIC;' r .rla. DBALSM trie.*. ROUM Furnlahed>ear Kltch.a.Stots .. Nleondahborhnd. t LARQB...., I hath Cuetom-hullt MBPROOU at .aaor4 Florida KttMlNatlenal For.... 7* tMl tltttO > .......
Store Ill.. Took A alla l* by OetII. VlrtlnU" H. en Homo ttef for B<....**.ft. Ine.ELECTRIC DOWNI
IALB Photo '. .fOOt..AnAG CALKINS ELECTRIC Call 1141)11.t .5111,",. Tran.,..,.... ....IIn. $400. a A. DABS
FOR I t balk modern CR Home *t .

FRESHLY BALED HAY ......U aad DRTBBBWB BR. FtTRiriRRKO: HUMS Abel Real Estate ,.... ................ 411 B. .:"n'"I Jut |4tW down.Iplue will. J .... '. rLATri KOI.. M 4&\
SCRVICB: Repairs On All Makes Upo Art, 3SIAOO priMT lass lna.t Hon. ;
t4.16sow I p.m. ttnl N. Bnatnn An.. Rental
Phon .....2.. WHUNQ : 1 Ineltln and nut. Price
he renelntnt
WHAT Phone
of Radio & T.V. Ofntie and 'It...,.4 monlh.Mfcl "A a..i uk
APPALOOSA only $11,10. $71.11 par .. **\ ,
ery gentle !!.L. rcII.\Io"'J.a' I ttDROOM ",,"'rtll.hed. Heal AND REPAIRS : : OTIS ...1144. '''-11'*
gentle and well ... Ions Mark tohool 17* Meat t'f .yire.Auto Ine Reel Bet.7 l
yeira trained. Tory.....n.nt horn for beginner Krar BOkm t.wwa MaCBnm Color T.V. Specialists Phone n.-..... WE Wilt BUILD i H. M. LIGGETT i HOIllIU RITRA: OPPORTUNITY UlII2.1.('.145""If
or child. Phone 114IOILM GIFTS and SMALL APrUANGBBUCD IdeatFor"Ret1rementt : and
FABRICS sod 1 BR. rUKM. BOMB' ON TOUR LOT OR OUR L01"" a 224 Nall. 11115114o. fARPICT: m DRAP55, ..
hpnhtIPIN' Pkaa MB.-."'t 114-IIH : .Pil u u1N I bedronm Fla. room, lams Roy Tit fhone .. .
UIO Croaley 1* ft Refri.rator I ft. Refrli. lIt*: A lOVILY t ... WAYS iw der FHA-VA :.... ..........5..0 living mom, 1111...... with. nlreeahlnetn. 1400 | .7It_,
| DOGe eod rjata Mr adeotlea UIO Weatlnckoua 11 ft Deltronics T.V..7348524ALLI built-in kltehe.. H/W .l....'. the New natures In hathrnnm. DOWN IIIAJlT!
e.-:1$1W. AaloMl BOOT! Refrigerator ....._.-?.-...1 II." : aCRVICI RKMTAiJ buh. Anllabl Anr. 1. 01450057LUM85R Thl home la very hlrelyfurnlahed. Lake In Back Yard '
kUao. BB 41144Merchandise S&H Appliances Inc. PROM TI4-l t.UNFUMNKHtO WISE. INC., 44 .... an. even rdr to to move anlomatlowa.h.r Into. HI liT DOOR Islihber will .rt",

141 W. N.T. A.... Ph. ,It..... 41 II/Idina Mllwlall. I Bft, .'.* .tOY.. HOME BUILDERS THIS, IB A will MilIn rsnaht; tons till r
ROIIB ton LOW (OPT Waatgat Shopping C.oterk limon family. Permanent. I4. W... 7345654Ntrn 4 .R, both Fla. Rm., .....,.(. $0001,10.PIIU145.Peal a hurry. M we* Jut reduced ...o.,4Al., Ills
ALABAMA WHITI RIVES Orarel \VI""coneln. Roa.nabl rent. den, fllnlnf area, kitchen built /,1'. 1I..lIt.ln ......o..n. ra.
4$ .... ftrsi ..ka1 '11 no Cu. yd. dHlvrradhuck -.wAY-. FMONTAOK Men Inland I BEDROOM In .<.... 0...., dlihwa.h... IJ.. r:;'Mk t'o-ni" "
HOUKB UNITED n.pelar.a:
41 Afttdt NrLOtt lidqnl / W.Ik.r Bldg.MaIL 13/-0600. log Room. Central air and ho

t and. B phone I Bedroomfurnlshe. i-4l 7. b Com BLOCK,'.'.'"to fttrnlihed.Buper MaPk.t.1,446. bond tern .>il m. |1..40.1. : 1141 la 51,0.,15Inolnda fit te...,.. In*. IoM Inside dnwe sod, .u1:.r";: 116005: with
WIIOH1 afely with new KORAN'SBNITUI 49r Pawn I qv"'s/t flARRTBR niUAt.TJ at 1150cull Boulvar4Phnne moath (plus
Improved DADlet Tablet IOINPr0.5 COIN 1 .... FURN, HOUII. Xleelrlikltrhtn. : I-hon TI4-III "1,10" Dear Uteon. 114-411 I'n.' a. Real 1I.t. 111'
Only roe Voluala Pharmacy. inc. W. New Te t Pheew RB I-OM1 D. tTUBBTArrmTRWAn Nice front poirh. UaraiiIf .nll JIOwor: I BaUntOOM .I1RNlllltIlO: HOM..u. .
tAJOo MOWBR lelee .errte* wanted. Tard 11rVla Inrluded.Adult DRIVE ky 1411 W. Buraarnr* le RMOtil.ll: DRIPS! JO PECK REALTOR
114-4711 91PHACTICALLV
SELL. So-Del Furniture MOWER BBPA1MB. only i'bone Completed lee a eharmlnf I MX, modernHome PHDNB 1144114OWNIR
BUY. TRADEM8CRLR'8 .. Rose Hill and ... OarfloU 13517 with kulU-ln" *t* and OfnyPhu.ONO '
i LUTERMS for Len I 1. .n .... Olaw alldln deer t. Pall. 1. bedroom ...... .. com Mach / '
TRADING POST ARRANUlLO; PHONE RE 4M78T NIW Furnlakedry CONS IEIO IT 'JOU'IL WICI h'..., new .f4..mter7
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14* .. BLVD Phone 1141141GOFF Open Evening ky Appointment ... non 1 Bedroom Honae, 141Mo. IT. Metnoln hnra, .rt K.Nu Roomy .., a ad >,.a.has a lee II..,... end etove Hvtng ....
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1411 B P.I... Phone 114-4111 POWER MOWTR: CALM- l"* Llnbon J.....,. 111.1110.lCALLU73N'717 Kaad. OPEN DAILf.Fred with DIUClflBLB Terma.MITt. *..It.. ,1Ioe._Call 13/--.1It._ in t'n Automotive

HARDWARE ITS InetpenalTa to clean run and lSVICSCUIMMAN '. Bmenhayl OTT. 1H4-1IIH. ,....... iW I Jtedronm i;er paw VllfhkrhnnL
c... BOULEVARD!: and WmoONIlMPLENTT .7i.r..t: :Blue Lualre. Rentefeotrle acOOTCRI nrTNQP1RM Rulld.rPhone 114-4111 /// .... Baal II... /// Fkirldn ......"'. I kalhe.Bear .
Or PARKING Clark Furniture. Cn.11. Robereoa PIONEER: CHAIN SAWSTALTON"S 101 .. alHJHfI'AM: CA.IN ON L.OT.II fanal Inil Ink.divlalon l.rma.JRenln. Phnna ia-4..>. 10 A1taill.bRS 'It SaI.v .

Phone 851.0/44 tilup. HIGH ON A HILL *i. Johna lards, For '
Rooma !
HOUKI. Apartmoita Week's Bargains
..81tEM'l'Baby .. pal j". W. Itteciora, 411 N.H.ll.hurT This whWAv'NB .
144 N. Bird. Pk RB tl Ktflrlenelea. Lot*. Anroage.Htineee II VALB.NCIA Court I Bedroom :
BUY WITH CASH Are,, IMLaad, Flu.: to eTaverv
Beds & Roll-A-Wars SALE Beaeonahle. .any
I bath paolou IJvln Ram POLKat
WITH A LOW COSTPRRSONAL By Week or MonthMATHER' 12 f MBMU. t4: .)PBMtTypewrlUn Ph. ,It..*,,. 441 B. New Tech (>ll heat -- .....,..... nor yard. Phono114.1tll.UNCLB_ ITO I kava, IOOK I O.B.end I LUTiM 5.... Buniaww Merlanda. CMland"."Tit N. JTid.
: LOAN FROM Ill' .Mm, with 110 ......, MOT let TOM I. building another' tn chnoae from, ..0 furelehe4anil AUTO 5315
DELAND STATE BANK Ma.D H.BWt OOMulo.. cabin Oeala black: 1 Bit, ana unlurnl.hld. ISIS down LOWIBT RAT15 ti
II DdAod and AI0St ktk4. iOAVIBCRAIT 1 bath .\In., ... ..'It. di ton 5nnlR", Ran.N.Haal' lIan" TJ4
"Hum Of Gold Carpet Bernea UI 1. .""D._ _...... 5111.101 CLTDB C. BBiWITt: Mm, t WnrMe Flr lIa&I." 1 ... c.... ) un.inw. ki.."nyv., ,
tn m. N.w i rn paona ti4.imCOLIMAN U* W. Bird Pkem .. 4-I4M 1 BfPROOW' TRAHJCR ..,.rel air eon'itlorlnf A f oar rated, 'urnlo.. to TV. OK USED CARSt
heaterIII. ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE ChMmar'i Mobile' Home lark 11Ai4" K. Bird. Pknn TH-4HIU ..r.... Of, well akaded Ml InVIIUIINIA UO_ ... t* andblsts. Illoo.t .
en emulating The Call 002 /511 1ml : 2" LOLLAIIj AT urtUJWlr*.
Ou heater 111. Otter need CO. HOUIII T"AIL.I".n ......,. FHA $16,300. N. 31440 Til. IJtir* DU." PO0eeS.;:. ,... t BILL HOLLER
....t... .nd furnaeea M bonus lpalWau 'It 0lOe. suppUseon. S :: MOTOR
......... Oa dryer .,.. Kloctrl. 114-4144 11* BLTO. ItZi PRR. ....h. One lIP wi".. elks'. out i y o.M KmtthnVel.In 10015 C B. Drenn. H-Wne en **andkleker a >
water, bestir u. 101 W. lndl.iA 374011 wi.... Sullable for .. Very nlr*. t lA., t kath, Lar(e"aaillr Runt lfl lake' with 4.14 fcoal SALES
FLORIDA HOMII OAS COMPANY "N.tlon.l PIan4 I :.., f'.n: 1341. ether IMn from N r.i bullish kit. Airoon.llUon.r. Orange City ., huarlnf ab..edllleMnl fruit t5s readyfnr toodIteal IM 1 .1.! ... ynt,, T1I-HH4
104 B. New York Phone 1141M1ORLON FURNITURE? BOOKKEEPER SUPPLIES PvYwgulM. Apply. corner M, Aries traea ratio Cli A LOVtLV knted. fnrnl.h.d C B.I n Typewriter and >ddln. Mackln W. Uiboi. and Hedronm I boll' Built In kit.ehen rnmfnrtaM 0,151. too CHIVpo1IT
knlp whdo. A Bargain? alee. AmuBAUMAN'S f.1 ovMVsrtien; 1011\: 1.r.1ft1l::; arolUna;: ..."... Ill equare feet Hvtng J0s1 .1. .1'a.hASeSOIIMATILR' .. skids. .L, 041. ad bola, Pw.M1711.p toes
Cranberry, 0l Turaiiolae.Btylemaker WMti iMt 114 for I 114
to n Tt ur.a aid fully luiulated. Prlcelto I elty. with InTely I Furnt.h""4Buntalnw. 51,4 Ilporl.g '
*. Ill 1. Blvd. Look At This pell 1111,10 Rxilt TBRMa.Annih.r I IMNI AUTO SALES. Viii 1f;

AUCTIONIIR Col O. Fabry lead.Ing tt Pep.. of renneeeuNMl furniture, TMLand Office Supply I CIOHOOM Hogee If... I "'11- HOMES at4$5505: eompletelyfurnlah Mal T.>...lfe."II ptua. '...Ull.
In Uveetock and commercialauctioneering. ... to fill three eomplet Of tic* and School *unpH** tlr.Int over 111.H per. Week.moM ..1II1t With Te In ...... Owner In Texas **> Term VW Mark
114-1114. DeLe.rd.PENFIELD mama.ronr.rtlkle. pfflre maphln all and Herri*** 114-741. ito 114-414, RlCtO ,. alt Modem. bassI Mrs. Alva C. Williams kardtep
sore ...._ Ill N. BI d. rkoee 114-tlll 5Cl'11/ i
yeer* eld lost and shrub *otabllehcd. >
W. //N
Reellnlnff Chair I bedrooms .- I belba, Raalt.w-T711ap 7$1.455
II"* R/P.Swath dood Rotary condition.Mower.H IMS. : TV t Chanoal SeOul nail Sup Tables S4 rlaWffs.P1seb.4WlIhlaROSES Real Estate Aere ...... 1. Pkirldo' room, Partly'Uwa furnlehedlll.tiie OfRs and It....._ Ill w. Hewrw too n FALCON 1151/e5 w.... ... .
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\ Jacobs Motor Service Charcoal I Corkull Table NEW BEDROOM par _.tll. }+BLAND 550315A1 TAI N U rl.ed.: j1. 1-, :,'.", : :'..e.aussnlp. 130.1156'
1 Table lamp 3101551 FDN
Hi .. BLVD., PeLand. '....181 : I Pa. DinlnaRoom HulloBrand & ANNUALS M Ile.l fAt f IU. BATH, ..UIIo Big I ear uamr.. V. W. GOULD AGENCY '
D." 1 pi. Bedroom lull. DAVE Hobby eknn"lInllo t IIDMOOM, 1 kalk *M4em balls CASH
OVAL MARgL Bland Top Large Table Marbl. line Spring and naltree* BRIDE NURSERY with nr wltkeul ...... Call Member *f Mvltlpl. L1ItI. and 11I1...... hullUn steel and I .
cherryCheat. .
Top Wash *** B. Teertl .... SPECIAL anllainAre
5.4/544 '14-'''''' e..s, I fwf"FMaRSw -
Mahogany Tilt-top Card JPIIIowaBedroom famp ... 201 N. Woodland Blvd. IMlal555515 ...I9.W .
Table. ONION C. MOMS In naytona
W. : Bell Balance Due $299.50 C a VITAL WAX and Hwnet BnanIJh tatea Encloe.4 pruls. Flnrid* WOWI Ti4.iiiBvcnlag. I .OROOMo.. I batka fuel B.* .
THB R 'IAtn SHOP par M lull' '00. "M "* Iota rm. Oowpt.telr fumlihed. S,106 ..r few e* flat reeldenllal. .,..... :I"\r.. oJ'.t' Moe'
111 Boulh Am.lla A... Payments $3.95 WeeklyWI .0 FACCHIX REAL lilT AT IIPh..n. W, M Nodnfeel f>u*.... .keel and air-ooad. Ill I. 114-loll
WB CUT AND THREAD PIPB.' A.'M.' ......,.. '.'.1111. ....II.. .... "..111' /1U1 Bdno urwd., 114IIHt ..q...., Ans.y.144 i '
ALSO A COMPLETE MNBOP SENT MOLLAWAVS.. $. WO. C11JUCT TSR 1 fini BR. from loose turn, 1554. 60 RAMBLER
PLUMBING SUPPLIES!: PITAL :CHAIRS CRIB", .MUST.".0.. MUST SELL hams Lot 1441100. .a4.' 11.100.PASTLY 'taped trill:: troe*. oer M. It,* I .0ftOOIl" t balk sob. Oe5s.LJpa.n "A"ON WAGON. I .,11"... wltkndH f
.,....... I pub
ladies .. tte4
XtTO SHAMPOO' Marhlne fnr r.nTYNER'S ,. :PR-K CHAUUk WAUCCM 111 I. P.... .5 0-5555 "'ml....., t bedraont IU Ph. TI4.IUI for .. Kreiy near fill* (ewe*. Mwarthamoro ". J'.7'tIl"a2JJ i'

HARDWARE ON I at DdAo4. t., h_... kih, *.lne* to Ideal lljoa, I I W e.o lll Prtv*. M tltwTHtll ,, ,..''J Uaooi ;

llOt N. Blvd. Phone T14-II4T 14 Mnlcal .......... Rentals tonsil Ultra. .u.modern.. ajr-cendltloned., heauilful drape Tour I OROOM, Ue. <. Data**, with .O'II.DM oi."s.r1 '.* ewaed ky Pe- I BELL MOTOR CO.

CON. dream home aaor5... lee It t ..". tab. II.04. AILS l.nd Federal Mrlnc .LasS I
J! f. ? / Denertown
_I14.H Aeen. and are 11.104.P oaJe.hreker I v.
oaaoa Waaher-Dryer
WHZRB QfTAUTTMuele COUNTS' today. leu hT saps all the reel. 011 Rlnh., y
Anti For All A.... 41 ...... ,...... Mow ee* the keet. Itl B. BooaaV.ary I BIOROOM m balk', ... '- NIW Cnlonlal tyno Rnek Fr tl.I... Hang _"*.** HOWDY'S MUSIC SHOP Ph. 1141111.OWNIM kudu.. Florida. .... tH.404.fURNIIMIO I BR, 1 ear p.... 114 ..... dorm to Suall.4rh.ra.Almost I RANg RrPOslI.IHIN ,

door Frlfldalr MMt.sta71.31 114 N. .1... Phono 114-4U1 GUilT HOUSE I. ea..1I'? CRIB ha* I CM Mom. on corner I Bedrxm. lu both Good term trill aoaeet. trede.ALMOtT Finished I 1144.ITUOISAKfft radio, and ... ,.(.'lallM. W5!. :'Ien.
t x",..... Lovely poems W. eerro lot ,.1'dOl'. U Inlereeted .*H swimming pent fahaoo sad taw i k.drem ......... .... I '11 troaml5los.' autenailw 1
text. die. nprlght. door Pr,.A.real.. 4 Bar food.mpaotm.5ll. FALL CLBARAMCB _dell 1eBa meal| Ref. 114-1114. 1141144.WHIN IuSWo.em.. ......*. lime Hry Nulls |lt.*4. HolyI7M 4 w.IY 1 (*'kMl and oeelu.d.with" ?g>y*'._ *'fK.Ia.A.. : 114-UII.NA. V

SALE FURNIeMIO ROOM WITH PHIV haylnahomo, lank for dews.COTTINGNAM *;'!*, iJtn L/M aid. eeaarai
BATH. pHONG n.-.u& thee. mote fearadInt. HARRY EDWARDS I Ml ...... .... NIP *OILL roily oalpe4.
OTHER Bargain' Lnw. lowpaymenta October 14th > Hat I" Ya..hls.Nodal. ;:
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Tooted and OuaranteedConTcnlaat All floor modele W. NOWRT. seslnhl.r..N.IL air *nndUtlonlnf. Keollor. REALTY .. '1..1._ iMilu'tln powe*
central heel, letter* nnd ":* .' .a4 air.J, "
OhtAO Flaaaelag Thompeo ktuele Co. Oranto dtp or IWUn4171HHM I :
Boulevard Appliance Inc.rrt..I.lra 114 Y..... -, Dertoaa Beach 41 Apafrl.rS down New Cement aniMiia Block 4rrle. kovee.r1*r, fl4.l4I ..l l.L BI." Float n..n' -IT'S A BARGAIN I P !T.AW ) prtWlll
CL I511Op.a ?
C.B. $ems
Bain Friday cream lor 4 kuo bedroom.dal for lart ",.Oanto APT. *. eoraer In! I I'** FUeMIIHIO JIH41 141.4. Pk ne /.
A BerrlraIM .
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by appotatoMat BIOROOM Punished family. A modem home with 100'0044'. Larto Oaks. Redeoed toto. ip14.111't ..
N. Bird.. Pkooo T14-IU4 "" ..,.,.... a.4 ,_"* ..1III.: apt.'..pear.>... oar noTmenr., Ml .. Bonadary. .***. TeroM M .epe, lll* party Heel ...ate, FX. fl'.'''' 'ixxllwHARTSOCK INS "OI.kIW"OIiIf ( ;I
Just nedv.d Pkoaa 114464. Phone 711-1111.. _-.. or knlMer. I,. 11,150'ASN!
.tplmsire Furl. Cato 4? ...dklllYIkDELAND'S t O HeoM. full It to REALTY ___ fit MAO, CHURC/t
B. Blvd. DOOM 'TAII" rU.U'URIID IIr.I'OIIIIr.IIIIID W ROOM Hence .. lot ntiitf/ on ..r..; kltnheiLinee a4.BV .
111 AR ADULTS /N. UOI Tarts I .O"OOM HOM.I' 4.Pr5Wa"SJ5I1DWY 4 lass Nl-wer. |tn*bus aWtfSS ( 05 A(, ,' Ills a r.lne a ors p oiyPkon tM CHIVV ltole. I
SALE LARGESTELECTRONICS Ati fl_ 151.151.ATTSACTIvI "',/tlk ALBOiM. M: : : aaf"rillt'y.. Pt. 11/.105 111.0111Dap KHht Radio sadaa4uus. ; :
SIGNS FOR bent*. >H8? t .
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HEAVY CARDBOARD15c 5p4. lot W. WI_...... Clan. .. 11..4 Mod HlIIoI..... Inks JOHN E. LEWIS port, rnrtl UeeeL walilai dtetanno Clifton Timber & Realty
SERVICE CENTER towj end ftetemi. Campua Call _,.. .1__ ....... P1L ...-1.... U ehooeln- irrio*. Ml I. AeneNa.katk 13 P/rtt-tapdn-Aala/rNt.
_kllao W.I.... 114-4MI .fte' i I 47ONTRACTOR. Pkeo* 1I4II4TPap

: Each MOTOROLA 140015" 0"* BF.DBOOkl. IN?. SPACE RACE Real Estate ON...:., .'tvt: ro.MBVAY .. 1 17Ul..|.-. TM-OriTPtWB MACK HUTCIflSON:
NO. HUNTING loM. Tar RentAvartment P1.IX. CLOSS l"f. "* WIIT ........ u.l4l room withfiropte '
For Riot Onen Forn CURTIS MATHES "LuOIT10TA AVa 5.404r .. front .... rear onroenedanrrheo. IOO ....KT*? VPMOMTBRT *ly .
: Poe Sate PLu .uV It ape r.'r.1rr'LOUISE : .... S TATIClUton lit .I11 4, tl4-44 J
) > our NOT OUT I I&. but Inner opar BitiMiad en o> thde4 WB (KLL BlAb B l fkeeo
,: ":. eOIRN t kodmoj d.pte. TpTT yeej are I* tkat raee. hut loam- W whir I* 44f. dup Only .,..,** >
R1 :ITICCITA1L MAW lure. separated kr fnr Tau .. _.. Timber & Realty
raronrt w' wiener TIM. CLARK: .11I f
With 13
Oat Wl ler Draft .. ... J ,
ley Ad No Pkeoo 1> |lll. I* :* the most Ve*..tlfMl.kuvoet REALTORS .. fORMTBII ..
JAL-O-SEAL D&H T.V. t .". 'U""I..O Art. Roth... well hell a.d well kep4fcafMo Keener! N. My. IT MI1 D. EARL; LAWRENCE. -Itt IV PWId ....*.. 114-MM ,
.". ft. M M IN ft. alp. NwKu f..tt_ Jfewljr palsdo .. In DeLe... It ha* 4 ked 0 4UI ON 11511404. K..rthi it.R. I I:4'\ -* "'''..rON. 11_ M' .,....
TT. BBNTALB .... rum m oath. orwinor mmo.larva Home. Patio. Mr.IwR 111* ) poU'4 14) ACMI with. arras I. anwdf ill .. <:.I""a. 'r./100
VOLUSIA FEED STORE VTIH raont with flreola_ Oreplaoo, Large Jt16leA0.: _PII... il4-l.ll ".."., ..... N. ... town. Pr e*w IU***, Sips N. W. R cA. rfa..l...
WI! JLIT\IR: 228 N. Amelia -J734-606S LOVILY 4m lot floor .... DU. lane .).... room, kur.. 04e4.rs4..l.e dining area. Near gee. 0.11.1. Phono 14.MII.
M /. A..lta Pies 114.16A01O / PL&J Neal sad 5,10.d ... hreakfaea renm, FlorIda. Phone. -,... .. a.nv OPEN DAILY '0!".1.111. 1. er- Perm .4 ...;...
Batteries Batteries : a'1H W. MNNpl4SIOICOttAT10 's.u oore.ned perek. Modech ......
:/ wllk oentraibeaUei 4 kago MI a. Has H rd |M* flow
haaeatent o.
Am rotroITIOlf1IfQfa. pleo lare Cwi.wlal501ee ALBA otneo In 1''f': __ llenM. Flwioo ......".
Let B lorries 51001$7 n TOWN plant sod a very wie Ieer }4iiM oe4 the ,.IW lad Ul.!. Boot*. Mofer, .oS) .
J-R ... \ Dno Croeee Pkcoo 114401BerTiao *
i.r4red lef -
'' OA AI"1M lanes wltk H kaib Ind bo*** M a oeooo *o tkc okeotd
L AWasea _...... ,3401ALL 0RFOR TOUR RADIO r.iJ.rov5N1HXD am. I" lull Mea. n. 'I floor wMek. bell ally he .... for tkc tMal .pneo of ."..... & ; peLaad taeo '41, VA ACRESON M:n4oo ajHnrade teleoand I
FOR TOVB TRANSISTOR I coned t* me* anortmenL Beatlftny > LI'Il'.r::: lena'r 0,1110040.M.4. THESEI Lake. .. TCowkiy' B-d hi Html jeha'o Bl.... phone*>'H-h. aX
TVPt HIAT'"'' TV. BOB'S RADIO & TV. 1 IIArT" landaeaaooT IM kp I00L CHECK ALL 1r0 050. 00 0.10.4 ,
AND CTCDAfi CHEaTlI. e oak floor oil keol. til* ketK.Ho.TlL ", "lo. 005700.1'lb1 .TWIN SNOINI 111"1' "
141 BTONB BM4 CB Ho*** eo Yrs. In4 at 5.M.ot. 111
MY TRADING POSTn .It* W. taI_ ..... TMMMDeLaod's >y-MOMB> H4.47lyunwttHto THIS If YOUR "....lurlee> 40 Bloinnee1' > s.OnNHe. Apbrs..4 5/ owner of 5. K** oray *a4 M.OerfwM P. JlQ Ji' h1.p.SW. ky ........ *. Will .... I. slya.N... AehlKf. :1o4. 1'..... fa....,.. <;.
IL P ends A-. p> n 37/-1771 t sB.r.paulr. .500 .."'. land teroio. /A/T3401-1 .. t. 4-a) Homo fuBrfnrniohed. ;

Wl .UV end siLLreed. seed Home Entertainment pSTnEe.:?: ** 5. .** i Louis C. Meyers Realty $04 Rut H.BOTOIO 011.1. r Mortgog eel.,t u.1 eaao BTcrrtkle* .*.. and 7. .... !!* fir .... *f Tlw4J4)APT. iFAIN MII.I or 111 IVa4. Jloate. Molaro. W* hiosT oH

fvrMtare. FR 124-lid f"r fr r..e Bt !. Beat Ea".. DELAND REALTY INC t 'n7l tale: ,..... PetM I* *4Ml** T..IIe. 'T. J.) 'N. BOATPke ,
mra "" i ee'd'A"GA'itT FU NpaNseISmN.sIO PM M. BirC- t>* .*:MOIl. _..... Wou,.. ..o 114-ITM. "
RLL W. ., Headquarters : \: : w kMouo. Wow M 0005. HOUM aear Va4*. **4 seer ;t trvl&
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3400 1.114aArs"'da 14-144 Jlartt aa11NAaM 11 ptac. MJoe lo ro-ln 510.150.aa4 .heap4ag Moaa fnr eele e/ wiH1r.Io TIIIII 'u" IH .. '
Trusted Yeses Po"e MSOpMRWL n.uranno U1U I N H. Mvd, In perferl eWkdtilo*, ; ...e/0 l'. Pkoao1M1 4" op "... .004
WKBa COla"'" JOB 1 1100. FU5N. 314. k.-- Stetter Associates REALTY McCARRIER REALTY 111. Gds JtoaMy IJM .. .,to a.YMebn 1Ya11r,j
"' 50,5.50 Rhoss :ut lush tot B. Blr4U4f
CeJI 111-w 44411.rUMW. II tr- of Bettor fl*>n>** %,",- ....... 111 w. Tas.l Prbeal 374470. 71 IdaNORWOOD

rw B 1.. II. MAGNAVOX .ATW Bear lowm. FLORIDA 1144141Illnes ATeV 4.44I. ., A.$ .10th. ...... : .
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SYtVANIABOULEVARD .. .... 11_ .... .. PYL *
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r-k: : Tiw I Legion Holds I County l\1 et-1 State Paris'Board 1* seeldpg!

k ," ,J,.. ',<, .. $12 million In Its proposed r u4-; '
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The Volusla County AmeuC, n take place on t National basil get to build and maInt'ak'roar." *
Legion Executive Committee' Jen March 13 1)65. Suggestionwas in the park ,, '
met thli week at the DeBaty- made that a Bond be pre- This 'WM' the first".'time' 'the 4
The rented to the county contest winner ,
poet headquarter drlega. board ha ever proposed tolake
Ion from DeLand Legion Post ( *. roads ,
COLOR BEARER over the financing ot the ;
ncluded Commander Beverly A.
Blots, Harry Ervey, Pierre\ R.Mahafley Tutwiler volunteered to act a* Before it ,was left to the State
L. L. (Line) Jabobi, Color Bearer for the county Road pepartment. Sugar ,
Jerome Newman, James J. meetings to fill, out the present The proposed budget total! supplies
tutwiler and Mr*. Tutwller. term of office sa 5 million and contain a
County Commander Virginia County Service Officer Staney Jump of about 43 per cent for r
Harrison presided over,the meet. Leiher gave a preliminary re
log at which Items of regular port on the new pension law just' salaries and staff expansion.The Q Q e
business were discussed. Tot passed by the U,S. Congress. last legislature! gave the
'ell's chairman of the oratorical Coneat Department Commander Bill park board $3 million lor the
Committee reported that Edwards was present and gavea current two-year period,
plan are being finalized for the short talk.
( t annual context in the school of The meeting closed with the member of DeBary Legion Post
\ the County. The final contest will serving of refreshment by the 259.

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MEXICO r BUZZES WITII PROSPERITY tonrthy BJghti tntnti Mew geed Thmdcf,Friday" ,fatoriiy.
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! The Land Of 'Manana9 Has Awakened

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.. MEXICO CITY AP) Remember The past year saw foreign I. highest among Illiterates and C
the generation exchange reserves go up to a underprivileged,
Image of the Mexican peasant glowing WOO 'million. Export Unless there' a change In JcM
bent over in slumber under a totaled $9313 million-vs. $944 J.S.. congressional sentiment,
h giant sombrero million In 1940-whll the rate Mexico,will lose about $40 roll-
Well he' gone. Got a parking of Inn.llon'remained on par Ion in revenue this year and '
ticket. with the United State at 2 per' her working force will be increased .
t. The once slumbering land of'manana" cent. The economic growth rate by some 200,000 more Lbe
has com alive of 6.3 percent kept well aheadof men. This I.i due to the termination
Latin America' second largest the birth rat of 3.5 per cent. of the migratory worker
country U buzzing with unprece: But to economists, the pictureat program.There's. Beef Sirloin Beef Rump ALL MEAT
dented prosperity. Political long rang 1 II fuzzy. |

? There Peace It's till seems are a many long well question way utopia marks The heavily Mexico annual to has finance rate been of its borrowing servicing growth. other arable sectors.farms land discontent already, Two which third I 11 critic In In various of communal say the Tip Roast Lb. 89 I I Roast Lb. 79' | Wieners.Pkg.. 391

la the overall picture, for the their loan I I. now running at produce only a third of the ..
J country' prosperity remains better than 20 per cent of dollar country' agricultural goods. 100% PURE BEEF,.FRESH GROUND
clouded by a lopsided distribution Income. Economist see trouble ARMOURS TASTY COIN ISH-14 ex.Ave
of wealth and an exploding ahead If the trend persist The The legions of Mexico' land-
population growth. trade deficit remains high. In lens peasants eking out a bare ;
existence 3 : 991 GAME HENS 59
remain the
dentelect Still, the Gustavo Mexico Diaz that Presi Ordax the import first totaled seven month$848.8 of millionalalll.t 1964! such by headache Presidenl, recognized.elect Dlai a* Hamburger s ",. of $6112 mil
takes over in December seems Ordax.
well ahead of the rest of Latin lion. Asked to his difficult
economic and political stability
problem, a Cullacan small
LACK or STRIFE Unequal distribution of Income farmer, Juan Salnz, 72, sold
In a time of nearly worldwide Is limiting growth of the "Corruption, the mordida"or : LB. $1.99HERSHEY'S
Internal market, the base for Picnic 4
political unrest, the Mexican Industrial expansion. Although bite In Mexico. Canned CAN
scene teems almost Improb.ble.It' the national per 'capita income "We have to under the
been 35 year line Mexico is estimated at $.130\' annually table to apply J rI I loan first
last knew serious Internal strife. halt then to get the loans," he said
Presidential succession hi' the, people are living on & DRAWN
$130 or lees t year. The I960!
been uninterrupted tine 1914. census revealed that of Mexi Fatally Shot orHENDERSON'S
This political stability born co' 33! millions 12.7 million
of government control went either barefoot or were LONDON (AP Brig
since JK9 lies behind! thecountry' only peasant sandal Popula James Windsor Lewis, ST, form n'"" l". f.VKi'ii'l'' ii SUGACAIM R..ORIDAGRADE".A.D I
economic expansion. lion today 1* estimated at over er military attache at the British .u.-:arwswn
Confidence in the government 1 I.Ittr.ctlnl I. 37 millions, Embassy In Washington, .
heavy foreign invest A* in the rest of Latin America was found dead with a bullet c'oHERSHETC Qe
ment with U.S. interests alone the Mexican birth rate wound In his head Tuesday in e>
now running close to fl billion, the official estimate" for the his home. Police said a pistolwas ar..a4
up from $358,5 million in 1940 In 196070 decade ll 18 per tf'nt- near the body.Negro '

HJ5 year.billion.national the,The tame billion,The country product period 1964 to tU2 1 II estimate Mexico's boomed largely billion U gross from self-last SIT ,ONCE I IVeics I .*SUGAR aJ'CO*.r Jty,, S *3;t? 5 BAG LB. 49 C Best InTown 2 9 c

Limit Wit Ur
sufficient In food, textiles ft .
building materials and most Preach ServicesThe \.. :- Here )Fo4Order whole LB.
consumer good While import TWICE slIrALBVQUERQUE Rev. W. D. Arnett, newly
remain high $124 billion In
appointed) pastor of Bethel AME

1963 mostly' -COTTON to these capital have EXPORTS foods.been running (AP) While Republican. N.M. morning Church, and will night.preach Membersand Sunday HOME JIM DANDYGrits RICECORDYS iT! SkidMilk; : ROAtiiBoMB
friend asked attend
are to
Reclamation of desert land, presidential) candidate i the 'services.dub .
by,one of the largest Irrigation Barry GoMwater spokehere \
system anywhere, has helped' Sept. 22, a man rob.
convert Mexico Into the world bed a branch of the First To Meet\ 5 35 37 5 lie 69 MOL 11 1 R. otCAL $1.59
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second biggest cotton exporter.A National Bank of more F IaI ; BOX SANAN i
wheat importer in 1990 Mexico than $31,000.Pollee The Storehouse Club will meet
Thursday night at the Church of
baa become an exporter. were busy controlling
Chief 1964 customer; Red traffic and crowd Cod In Christ at DeLeon Spring SNOWIOAiPork&Beans MR. $.FROZEN I
China with 520,000 tonl.PJ.tAu. during the Arizona senators at $ p,m. The public U Invited.

President visit Johnson was to Fish Fry ScT" CAN c FRENCHc I
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this morning, and Al The Progressive Women' dub M.IV 18-Ot.
Qa: buquerque' ,bank, In the of St. Annlt Primitive Sapt1ltChul'th' FRIES. BOX
@lXIlID ,Interest of security, as- will have a fish 'try' FrI. Green Peas CAM I
IWIAIAI. Bounced they would remain day beginning at 5 pm. at the ,
closed until h* leave. West Side Service Station on
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