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'TheYou I Candidate's View Unbelievable?

Worlds DeLand City Commissioner H. Deane Smith, who neither he nor his wife signed the petition "nlr will we

wants to represent West Volusla on the County Corn sin now." This issue he said "has caused the people!

mission, favors an election to determine where the of our county to become further divided then we
r county seat shall be moved! should all be working together for the betterment of

Unbelievable? the entire county" ',

Unbelievable yes, but unfortunately (or fortunate This from an east-coast candidate who wfculd undoubtedly

Save. ly perhaps) his sentiments were published in the Wednesday find it more politic to urge removal, or tat >
afternoon edition of the. Daytona Beach News- least remain neutral. '.
Journal, a newspaper which has long sought removalof Thus, we find Candidate Strickland of Ormond.

the county seat. Beach favoring DeLand as the county seat while w.

DETROIT (AP) President In a speech prepared lint an In reply to a query from the Daytona newspaper find Candidate Smith a DeLand City Commissioner
Johnson making a final campaign airport rally In DetroIt. It was Smith is quoted as saying he believes the courthouse favoring an election to determine a new location.
tour of the Midwest came his latest move la a weeklong should remain in his hometown, "but I concede that Strickland's forthright stand, coupled with I his

.+r up with a new slogan today effort to picture himself,aa the the citizens have a right to vote on this." other qualifications, recommends him to all West Vo
rV "Th vote you cut will be your candidate but equipped. : to If Smith concedes this he should have long ago lusians.
own and the 'world" you nv will pre enr. peace. signed the petition calling for an election on relocation.If But what about Smith
be your own. The President even while he concedes this he concedes even more than the Hall Yes what about Smith who again ,last night at a
Jptuuon? .unveiled this phase emphasizing questions of .peace still fax area commissioners who now sit on the board. Jaycee rally in Daytona Beach approved a vote on the
and! .war In every speech ;
eeka opportunities to contrast He also concedes more than the law allows. courthouse issue.Fortunately. .
r his views with that! of RepubU* '' Smith's reply to the newspaper's query strikes us West Volusians need not elect a county
Barry can rival Barry Goldwater. 'I' as an appalling display of ignorance: of the county seat- commissioner who favors an election on relocation. Be*

H. did this anew Thursday! I removal laws, a cynical and despicable disregard for fore Smith's! amazing revelations, this newspaper bad
night In PblJa I
serving play fnr east-coast votes. Jacobs. Jacobs, we believe, is not only Loyal to West
DETROIT (AT) -,PmMeiil Contrast Smith's reply to the News-Journal's query Volusla but is deeply concerned with all county-wide

t Blasts Johnson, Jumping that!'run 01 to that of an Ormond Beach candidate seeking one of problems.Our .
Ih* Law Department'u today i the county commission seats for the east coast Robert reasons for recommending Mr. Jacobs can be
llrlng canto Inmaaod
11 .( 1 per cent In ...,..11' Strickland Dut. 3 candidate told the newspaper that found on today's editorial page. .
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"This put them wily LJ per

cent over geptoenh1 si year Jacobs Cites We cdlcss Expcn.e'Smitll Seven Perish
LBJCHEYENNE. 'go" Johiwon add. bs a earn*
pstgn speech J M airport nU-
ly In Detroit.lnu .
Wyo. (AP) is Fire Ripst
Sen. Barry Goldwatrr asserting with Goldwater on the role Backs Relocate 'Vote'During
that President Johnson 1 II of clergymen In publle affairs. i
'ylnr to reduce American Addressing a DemocriUa Rest Home
politic to a popularity poll" dinner, Johnson added to his

READY FOR THE CARNIVAL The annual carnI- laid today the Democrats art text a challenge to a 'Goldwiter COLtJ! CaUf. (AP-6eYa
statement quntlonlnf the
letting the Flee World all apart propriety Beach Talk
val sponsored by the Parent Teacher Council at Demp- while U.S. prestige links. of political endorsement Daytona elderly persons groping' blind*

lie Brewster School, will begin at 4 p.m. tomorrow on Th. Republican presidential by members of the clergy. ly In thick cloud ot smoke.

the school grounds. There will be a variety of booths candidate charged that Johnions KELir.IOlY ISSUE: were killed today la a*
games and other activities during the afternoon and foreign policy has tart The President aald "I hop." By BKRNAltD BISHOP en a proposed removal of th. I phntngriph of his family. 1" log lire that burned down Oe
evening. Refreshments will be available throughout the Turkey as a US. ally. He Mid the day will never com when Him News Stall Writer county et from DrLand. I wonder If my opponent li at an Oak Manor Rut Horn for the
program. A Halloween costume contest will highlightthe Franc la ....kln'lIew trade ties any man, for any cane, will try DAYTONA REACH Th Th. county candidates wmpeakera Interested In the education of his
event and all children who attend in costume will bet with the Soviet Union while to keep religion out Of our national Political mercury DM hen last t at a meeting ol the offspring" aged
eligible for prizes. Judging will be at 3 p.m. Showing Great Britain new Labor grew decisions on who shall night II opposing candidate for Junior Chamber of Commarc: Smith Slid Jacob question '"They' were dead when the
U.S. nuclear lead ua or the direction w. shall fire reached, their \bodlu..said
and Inilnua-
the they will eminent ponders Voluila offices Democrat Robert Strickland and was typical ef "lies
costumes wear tomorrow are, left to( state and county I
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<< Pear Cnluia Coroner Howard
deterrent policies. go. Republican Don Myert, candt .11. County
right Julie. Ann Flowers Sullivan and Pamela mad llth hour appeal for votes
Flowers. WALV liEN A day earlier In Cedar Rap on Nov. 3.Republican. dates for county commlislonor Moor H. attributed all the
__ And the Communist worM Ida, Iowa, Goldwater inserted Jacob and from District S, also spoke at the deaths to carbon moooxld. pot
laid Goldwater U "regrouping Into one ar f his campaign Hubert D meeting! along with Democrat Bolivia CulsCzechTics aoning.
r Construction Money under tough new leaders." : speeches a passage In which' h' Democrat H. Dean Smith for fW"tton !-. KermU Cobl. a4 Republican Cause tt tilt lire war being
During MB campaign ***t- qaepltenf4whether\ .frgyineil L/nd fmldeMi' vying ) John JarntM, candidate for slate Investigated.
; "l "'" ward; GotdwatM add Johnson f could be giving proper attention. 1 District** county L expressed tmnmlnlonerfrom views*Uv. from Group t. Moor said a ....'.klt, Xr
"Jin proven a President .c..IIII.uod m alit. 'TwlUUOG MITH' ICW neat Unebauga.! Si, aid an la.
touted from foreign policy Smith told the Jayetes h* war mate, Rma Rourkt! in kr Ms.repeatedly .
Review behind a wall of political ambition CEmiAN FAMILIES. REUNITED loyal to West Valuate concerning' LA PAZ Bolivia (API BoUvla nut Into the burning
Proposed and behind a wall of politi proposed removal of the county broke relation with Communist one"story wooden building to)
cal henchmen who car. for ant but. In his opinion, Voluila Czechoslovakia Thursday bring out six ether surviving
nothing In the world but their citizen had a right to vote on night accusing It of Inciting
own gains and Reds Unlock Berlin Wall the Usu. rebellion after new skirmishes Inman.DETAILS TOLD
Over School FundBy Goldwater made his across ; Th. county commission recently In the Capital killed' at least" Moor. give this/ account! ol
three and wounded U.
time at Cheyenne. Wyo., kicking I turned down a fwtltlon persons tilt tragedy:
oft a campaign day that ; circulated by the East Valuate The government stewed: the Llnebaugli was asleep In the
HELEN COBLE Ing the expenditure of stat. take him to Tucson, Arts., Lu Rt local Ion Commute which Cxechoalovak: Embassy ef slipping en- tory building when see el
lon New Staff Writer fund Sweeny laid h* Is willing Vegas, Nov' and Lot Angeles. Thousands Rush Through called for a referendum to deter.mine arm to student and tin the Inmate, apparently ftra.
State Representative James H. to propose a Ifglalatlv. review "In just the put few days" If the county seat wouldbe miner rebel! who kav. stated Jt urk.. law smoke !in a rf
Sweeny today cited tile need fora of the current procedureto h. laid "whll. Lyndon Johnson moved. uvla. wing and made an outcry
lejlalatlv. Judy of the current are how eountie caa be given ha* been trying to reduce Amer. As official tabulation by the \ With the amok thickening\ ,
tchorf combustion law govern a greater voice In the expenditure lean politic to a popularity poll BERLIN (AP) Thousands West Berliners had trOlled county showed the petition did Quilt war restored. la La Pas Uncbaugn pulled die horn*'*
of Malt school capital the Free World has been coming ot happy West Berliner over not contain name of MM "third" today and government troop fir alarm It rang for three or
outlay fund apart at the seam and American dreamed Into the Soviet sector This\ wn fat more than ex of the qualified taxpayer, an wen In firm control of Oruro, a four minute then stopped, aPI"tly >
He frankly admitted that prestige has "been linking today to visit relative after the petted On tilt tint day of lut amount' necessary for UM petition dry proclaimed the capital ot becaue the power sup
changing the law would be difficult slowly out ot right. Communist opened the Berlin year's visiting period, the first to be valid. rebellion by miner and stu- ply filled. The lights went out
unless then I* strong support Goldwater headed west alter wall for the second Urn la three the Red\ had allowed line they Hubert Jacob said h. would dents opposed !to President Pas too Moore 114.
throughout the state for a a final bid for Pennsylvania 29 years.A built their wall In August 1961.! not favor a referendum unlna a Eten*__. Oruro I II 143 mesas Meantime Unnbiugh called
revision of th. regulations. H.f..are electoral vote, With three campaign few hours after Red guards only about 1,000 crossed all day valid petition were presented to south of La Pat. the Colons fir. department K*
that the State Board of Journeyi. h. hi* made raised the candy. trlped steel The wait will remain open tapersona the county commission, H. citedto Hilt' students anti miner 'last and Mra. Rmirk nuhed bek
Education and many educational that state his oat major target barriers and unlocked: the atM with the cMsary Jaycee* the expend thai were reported fighting troop II and forth from the horn to the
r organization would oppose revision > la the Northeast gate, the official Zest German paves antll Nov. 12 over the would b* Involved In moving milt from Oruro. lawn to bring out Inmate
tLL of the law.RECENT, TIlt ICntlM GOP contender.a PM rolled'Teat by new agency reported that 1.000 All Saint holiday, II I Is the tint county offices and facilities from Rebel" miner still were. In name were. shooting through,
REPORT of four visiting period within Detent control of moil of the tin mine the building.
Referring to tilt recent oral the nut U month" In answer to a charge by In that area Rehe' | outbreaks Moor theorized that than
report of the State Survey Team REPLACES KUANJI At the Oberbaumbrueck. Smith that his opponent had contributed alao wen reported at Cnrhabmba who later died had "been aroused
which recommended closing checkpoint, the first ei'OMtr IVX. ) to a Weil Voluila SID mile southwest of with the reel when the inside
even West Voluila .boo li. betas waiting la line shortly group working! to keep the county La Pan alarm went off. But by the tim
Sweeny said. 'It 1* very .tran,. allot S '.m. It was a damp seat In DcLand Jacob Pas In a radio speech Thursday they were testy to com out
1 that two yean ago the team Viet Nam Chief Named morning with temperatures just] answered "You're mighty right sight Mimed Communlut I I, Ih* smoke got vt thick they.
recommended some classroom a few degrees above freedngMo I did." For the vprlilng In lilt tin mining emiMnt find their way
Glenn h 'Fie' additions or renovation for most t of thoM crossing over EDirATION! IMIE renter and declared h* Moor lauded Unebati."' and.
of these tchool and the latest were older" purple chore today la i Jacob questioned statement W UltI'H1.t demands of Us foe Mrs. Raurk whom !I. credited
,1 :factors said today there I II no. team" want the school cloeed.Thl I SAIGON. South Viet Nam port h* win bare a seat on thepewft'fuI a working day, Only persons by Smith concerning: educational that h. realm. I with isvlng several ttve*. tm5lo.rttw.wq
eerlou financialproblem. I
r poses a national working for government offices
;reason why Marine I (AP Traa Vaa Huong former four man qualifications.
apparent The board
i Col. John K. Clean Jr., ailing of recommendation follows and onepet mayor of Saigon\ wa named security munch, and Khanh Is were gives the day off My opponent attended Stetson ,'";
i sin. month from a today to succeed Ma). Gen.Nguyen expected to MO on* of tilt other The visitors carried big shopping University two semesters and
the past die to add classroom
i cannot return money Khanh a* premier despite seats a* chief of the armed hip Ailed mostly with the University of florid for a
'lIuIer ear Injury mate various
I or Improvement such Item htmer raffia, /'
in health which hampered force a spring term Jacob toM the
I to flying. however reiterated and then the next team hi* 'work a* mayor. Vlen wu Interior minister la eocoai and fresh fruit They are Jaycee. ''Thl his created tile RE.fLEa 'J
Glenn, abandon the school
lay Huong, 10. said lit planned to Khtnh'a hit Cabinet arson or very expensive in the reputation among people' who '
plan 'to astronaut retire. pronounced "I am hopeful that after this same I>r. Nguyen Lou Visa Tm not sun whether I tart. know him that h* never finish. L:2I f
The team studies the entire tttnatlon
fclnuelf la better snap than that It win revise It* oral report Khanh' uncle, a* deputy premier should be congratulated or *f, rUIN through the w0 wen anything h* start*," Jacobs de KATHERINE
1X2 and defense minister, HI* fared condolence' ," Huong said. gind for only one day until clared.
before span and recommend ta Its written
Just other Cabinet choice: were not "But this la a critical period InVietnamese midnight.' Jacob said lie quit school<< In
flight" rrieaied one that the"community schools certain.Huong's' history and I have The .rash through" MM iron the aeventh grad* during tilt

from den willed war officially Han Air Fore.Hospital be retained.OUNCE. lit OrrWED added. appointment by tilt accepted this sacnflc. fnr myaatloa Curtain was nut a* gnat May df'pr.... an4 went to work.H S. ,i, i iY9
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Khae of can M It wa M lilt first day of the Mid. lie had Bverctfn the
new chief of slat. nil as a matter *
thla morning L..fI' atw "It Jolt .....'C man good I
ChrUtma New Year visiting of lark ef education-"
Sue must b* confirmed by tilt icteiee.! "handicap
phytieuininattonthat for example, to doe the
-day sense U-member high national council A high school teacher Huong pPr1n4. and could produce a flnanclal
bin retirement Lake
schools in Helen
win count as two good
In 115415 About fnOOnO West heriinsn' statement to hi* success labuilne ODHAMYOUR
and tile Coleman school ta fange -. responsible for setting up a new war mayor of Saigon prove
physical.'Atla City" lit laid. '1I<<* lovei'nmcnt under tilt late President NgoDlnh with rri.tlvM bt Fast Brim **.
andhave Because of Khaak'i relationship Diem. H* attracted mention wen eligible to apply for was nUll tITUS
: ii'dlare tiered w*d vacate to expend good other buildings to take I to Vie*. there could be by riding to work on a bicycle PMMM seder an agreement "I know tilt value of edura-
rtDdrea strong opposition to Visas\ being Instead of \Ming a government signed last month b tw..* Weal troth" Jacob said a* lit cims 1
of the
SAIGON, Vtot{ Nam (AP car transported Bertln tad zest lat d J''NII a
D. ,0..emd is hnr-. I named defense mlnlaur U that UmouslM.dent Germany among group
UJ. Ambausdor Maxwett

been Taylor..det said 1endl.'lt today and there a'lea has SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIOi'TOLCIU '!
World's Weirdest
of momnram la recent weeks Halloween -- Holiday

and JIIOIIthI" ia' South Viet COtWrrMY
But despite lack of pregraista RECORD OF SERVICEiS t
..n ua precram hero den BOSTON (AP) lot "m 'laad. Hiflowm wu deed sortM Ream .fruit festival and Walsh uH to Mi festival ishonor Sambala rprat 4 both th*
tag the UM year "11 the field.! that IB* tyko wont b* demanding with mphasla o* tilt aa old Eagli* harvest eeJetaraOn r II the AI got end of summer and a festival of T*.*. ft* D** 4r (11,.. I Tease II CkW B.f.*y Wetk.I .
of The eH .li win the dead. Tie druld\ said \
the Viet *, with a gwxBy dub I sorcery the CMS operattou law! against svrprKbigwen. )/ "trick ar treat ta tk* MIWof ...11. Pexpl went around with wttcheran from die MwM) O. Canaries Church tit England sad goMln went annual on that e Tear TOCB l.,erner W Bet******. It ,

." lit added.gene Mock 00 Saturday n'gW!' Wart la their mouths, trying to Age tried |Ie suppress' HIM Mgarhe sight! hilling animal sad steaklg Mw Isevtag I..ssd Tarn se lisle tnddsee Jet
dad. keep spooks red ghosts ant ofUwr Rxman need to pease each *. Driven WMl>rgr iin4. the bbie .ifTtoeri .AM*.
They might born down ttehncmwiewl hone. autumn to give Hoik to Psalm nsld* added taro to their Uttt Murk' Oils was a good guy,
Cuba t'Acfiifi nolitia tit beat yea If fee Can it what yes wish flat- .*. geM ss ., frultj and gar j I Idena pugaa ...IM. They\ Mdprlo list Ih* Cattle dellmjueat who e Werhtef MedWr of IV.M* lalMtol gleOUsi taw ttof ,

nM cwtrv'sa.wspepn tfktaY com aerw*, lowers Hallowmas. Alt Hallows Theta where w* get sp-1 tnHd.... Mldafchtw l used but name WOMM. g__ from C.uunlse. ell
(API.and-radio seemed HaHowee to .peaky fa*. A wa, mifMppI night, All Soul pie and cats a* pert of HaIl of- *. their ....- time. Rrk house to (baud d.maedtsg! food Fee Ce itod tmVle: aM Weo-Parttoa It..MMea ot'
RnUvlan President RmEejTtemto IPW year ago .tt war prink. nee Mrtrracfc n'ght, AS Islets tats wrr emwWterH iMIghifuL a4 drink to Ih* early druid few TettoC Rights...
Yon tt inme not so. ckOduh. A few soc nr even .*.*..." the hall see.U Brttti, the barvoits were I The Celtic year endH M Oct. diety' Mm Ton cam scions : 'i\ '
at* tilt attnnpttag.,a Pri-pow ttodred yon .,.". partlcuUrtyU day la the weirdeei we kav*. ever by lilt end W October and II sad these peaord pupil If yes wanted to live to see th* MKteal a.r. rite he er KaUMrls Iv oa.)
er dent grab Victor Pu expnse Latsauaa. Eajjasd btUad and 'Scot- ICs a comblaafloa ef aa aa- the Eq11M Cttta tad tkj j j I I eaOod tt tt* eve *f umbra. Mat .aow....

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Air Hits Pilots

s Probable In Near Future

JACKSONVILLE (AP Two time to think about ft. He said

Florida Air National Guard pilots its main concern was eye damage .

Mt the temperature dropto from flying glass silvers. By Th AMMltUif .Pratt terence of M parties in mid-
50 degrees below zero when MINOR CUTS A world Communist meeting 1965, but things have changed.
their ,et'. canopy shattered on Both had minor facial cuts -with Red China attending A conference, now likely
a training flight Thursday night and were treated at Jacksonville a probability In the near future. would be welcomed by Peking
Capt. Paul Hutchlns, 30, and Naval Hospital But any attempt to heal the split anxious to probe Soviet intone
Bruce Barto 30 both of Jacksonville At the time of the Incident, the in the global revolutionary Dons and seek tokens from Moscow
were at 40,000 feet when plane was about 80 miles from movement seems headed for that it has mended its
they<< heard a loud nolso. their base at Imeson. failure.!
"I felt a kI boom and there At the time they were flying The new Soviet regime in all
war a sudden ruin of air. The bout 400 miles an hour but likelihood will be unwilling and ways.News
buffeting was pretty bad, but X throttled back immediately and i unable to pay Peking's high FromWashington
had some experience with canopy returnee at slower speed. k price for peace.
difficulty and I thought I "The two did a great Job' of I Nlklta Khrushchev's scalp
knew what It was," Hutchlns saving the airplane and landing a I was only the first installment
aid, It safely," said Lt. Col. Leon A. the Chinese Communists! demand

"One aide of my oxygen mart Moore, commander of the 123th for muffling commu:
blew loose and sometime after Fighter Croup of the Florida Air nism's Internal warfare. I

that,' I guess, I went unconscious National Guard. TOUGHER POLICY

," he said. Moore also praised the air approach SPEEDING CAR CRASHES NEAR PELAND The) 35-year-old driver of a large car and his brother who Khrushchev's successors \
MASK OVER FACE control center at the air. party chief Leonid LBrezhnevand WASHINGTON (AP) Dr.
"When I came around In about port which helped guide the craft was a passenger, were Injured yesterdayafternoon when the speeding car crashed on S.R. 44, six miles west ofDeLan Premier Alexet N. KoSygln Philip Abelson,, a nuclear scientist
30 seconds Barto was holding to the runway.. The pilots also June V Gaikint of Verq.Beach, the driver, was admitted at Fish Memorial Hospital His condition is fair -. seem anxious 'to mute' the
my mask over my face and fly. were aided from another plane Eugene Gaskini, Merritt Island,-was 'Injured critically. 'H e was rushed to Halifax Hospital at Daytona Beach. A noisy criticism from Red China and editor of Science magazine

Ing the craft with the other flying the exercise with them, Florida Highway: Patrol report\ said the car, traveling west at high speed, went out of control on a curve and skid and Its allies But If they are says the Red Chinese could

hand," Hutchlns said. "I did get which kept radioing Information! ded and rolled more than 750 feet before coming to a stop in a roadside field. The driver was charged with reckless going to get anywhere, they conceivably produce a !hydrogen
the speed brakes out before 1 lost from alongside on the return. driving. The car was demolished. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) must eventually show a tougher bomb In the latter part of the
consciousness, though. ... policy toward the United States 1960s.
The plane was a two seated and even risk new tensions.
TF102. Hutchlns was the pilot 1 Smith Backs It is doubtful the new regime In an editorial In the latest

and was on the left aide, where Market FREEZE fee/ Drug-Users wants to alarm the Soviet people issue of the magazine, Abeisoa

the canopy shattered. Barto was with a prospect of a turn said the possibility stems from
on the right side as copilot II backward toward Stalinism. It
reported by the
When the windshield frosted Relocate Vote READINESS Hold Sit-In; does not want to alarm the European Atomic Energy Commission
and Hutchlns couldn't see, he Summary I Communist satellites,
that the Red Chinese used saran.lum
which have had faint of
lowered his seat to get below a '
the wlndblast and handled the URGED BY FCM w.ii Wire BJWASHINGTON Independence. It does not wantto 235 for the atomic device

throttle. Barto handled the con As reported by Af and the .Etom rage I ; alarm West European Communists they exploded Oct. 18.

trols on a 30 minute flight back local) Reynolds and C.. .fl1l.... LAKELAND (AP-FIor- whose only ,prospects Dr. Abelaon, reiterating views]
to Imeson Airport. The stock market Jogged a Ida Citrus Mutual urged (AP) A sit- for gains lie In lulling the. oppo. previously expressed In an Interview

It was tricky going because bit higher In. cautious pre.election .Ions about me to cover-up! .bis grove operators today -to In group of Kreblozen drug users iltlon, said the apparent ability
the sudden loss of cabin pressure trading early this afternoon.\ lack; of qualifications.' prepare now for possible who "do not believe our BACK POLICIES* of: the Red Chinese to master

knocked out many instrumeats. Gains. and losses of most key ""If you call: me a liar, Mr. freezes, avoiding frantic government will abandon us and Khrushchev's successors the complex task of separating
At one time they were at' stocks were from fractions to Smith, why don't you pinpoint. last.minute action and possible let us die" sent a personal plea claim to support hid policies of ...ponl'lfde fissionable U233
2,900! fset but the altimeter' about a point.Bethlehem It Jacobs shot bark. serious loss. today to President Johnson. peaceful coexistence and higher from essentially nonflaslonablc<

showed 6,900. moved up nearlya Smith reportedly Is divorced. Dale Carlton, director of The 11 keeping a vigil In the living standards at home. At the U238 would expedite production
Both pilots were wearing only point in a recovery from re. He escorted to last night's meet. the cooperative's grower r outer office of Anthony J. Cele- same time they claim to stand of weapons- grade plutonlum for

nylon flight tults. cent softness. The company rs-, log an attractive red.haired division, said "Heaters t brezze, secretary of health, for restoring world Communist nuclear reactors.
Barto said "It was kind of nippy ported third quarter profits th.t; woman Introduced aa Roberta should be cleaned and put education and welfare, want the unity. But he added in the editorial>
up there when the canopy matched Wall Street expecta. Hutchlnson. out In the groves no later M President to lift the federal ban Brezhnev and Kosygln cannot "More serious is the greatly
blew" but they didn't have much tlons-unlike those of U.S. Steel Both county candidates were than Nov. 13. Adequate on interstate shipment of the have all these things. The best enhanced capability of

on Tuesday. questioned over reported supportor supplies of oil should be controversial drug which the they can hope for Is a lull in the producing tritium, a key constituent !

U.S. Steel and other top pro,, opposition by Ralph Richards laid In, thermometers government has ruled la worth. wordy battle with Peking. A lull\ of thermonuclear bombs
Fund ReviewIs ducers In the ,group were easy, commissioner from District 2. checked and plans madeto lets against cancer. Is In effect now. Since 1Chrushchev'e (bombs)."

Gains that moved up the averages Smith said Richards had "co,.. assemble crews" Before dawn broke over the faQ the Soviet pressand
a little more scattered sistently" told "rumors and Carlton .suggested aim capital, members of the Citizens the Red Chinese! have! ben WASHINGTON (AP) The '
Proposed through the', chemicals, rails, lea" about him and that as a that growers te.t' their 4 Commutes for Cancer Survivors Moscow. But the aloof Chineseare Cofrm1tt! 'lor Economic* \ Development ..

oils, ,tobaccos, electrical equipments member of "the old pro politicalroup" gas heating systems, irrigation on. Kreblozen drew up a telegram watching. and waiting developments. iaj's 'the natlon'a 600 .
and rubbers. Jacobs colleges and universities offer
[ supported equipment and wind to Johnson.
Motors were unchanged to a DRAWS APPLAUSE machines WIRE QUOTEDIt The Chlneae'omn1unl.t.. ing business course*' should

rI' ltgc :* little lower. Utilities were metals off Smith's denial of affiliation The grower division director 4 said: "We appeal to you to seem with Interested in They a meetIng had. overhaul their programs to give
on balance. Nonferrous future businessmen broader
with Richards drew loud applause said "Young trees, a
lift (the) ban'lor those
showed a somewhat easier tone from the Jaycees. those CITY FARMER Carolyn patients rejected Khrushchev's call for apreparatory education -
to three
even or
up now using Kreblozen .
Rlczkui cultivates interest in by executive Dec. 15
Associated Press
I don't believe in taking small The averageof Said Jacobs: "Apparently, Iam four years old, should be authority exercisable In The committee, a nonprofit
Intended lead
60 stocks at noon was up .4 heart-0f-Chicago corn. String to to a world con-
children away from their community at 3304 with industrials up .7, In the process of getting banked. We found out In beans and tomatoes are beIng disaster affecting American nonpolitical group of 200 businessmen
schools. along with Ralph Richards. His the last freeze that treesas lives. and educators, said ,In
.3 and utilities oft 2. too in tree pots
rail grown, ,
"The! people in the county, up support for me was Inevitable old as four years could, a report issued Thursday:
The.Dow, Jones Industrial average along the Chicago River. "Your intervention would be LBJ States:
of the distaste of his
who know their school system because be killed back to the "There Is a danger that American
168 st The idea-and.the received
!!: at noon was up commission vegetables by our people and the
to the
best, should have a greater voice having serve on ground education 1s becoming aroutine'
.54. planted by city world
873 wers
as a,magnificent act of
In determining how their tax with my opponent Last winter and In previous process capable of
The market was continuing workers summer
this humanltartanlsm.
The World. :
I In other exchanges, Smith said seasons, hard freezes
money will be spent on school recent habit of ignoring good Moat of the 11 keeping the producing reasonably efficient
lie had financed his own primary took heavy toll of Florida
plants Sweeny said technicians and specialists but
flews. Corporate profits were vigil have cancer a few do not. "
but had received a citrus
He pointed out that all tax reported at I record pape. campaigns"welcome" contribution in toe Local Jaycees, Through the long night, some I I not nearly good .enough\ at developing
money whether! collected locally Prices were generally higheron election campaign of the sicker patients in the ''From rag 1 people wl'h the depth

or through the state comes from the American ,Stock Exchange : general Smith told Jaycees he wanted To Host MeetThe group slept on mattresses Just and character that our society
the people. He feels that the in moderate trading. the two-cent gasoline tax even outside Celebrezze's office most requires." .
decision of what school plants Corporate bonds were mixed. education to apply specialized though the major portion of the
Spokesmen for the said
should be constructed, repairedor U.S. government bonds edged and experience to doa tax la collected in lgrger'coun DeLand Jaycees Sunday government personnel group had been to problems of morality and, at WASHINGTON (AP) The

closed should not be fully decided downward. .. _. good Job for" the people ofVolusla ties. will host the District S caucus polite to them, making no effort the same time, be providing Army has received bids from

by people from other counties County. Although Vnlusla no.. Is In a that will Include representativesfrom to force them to leave and Johnson with endorsements.The five firms for production of Its
or from the state At 1114$ a.m. Oils "were active I "It's a tough job favor U yow',;jto the It favorable position regarding dls.i eight area Jaycee organizations. food to be brought In permuting to President, who never "image intensification" device

"I cannot promise that this and higher In a generallyfirm without fear or i trlbutlon of gasoline tax revenue those conducting the demonstra mentioned Goldwater in his for seeing and killing an enemyin
type of legislation will be passednext and moderately active Democrat said Smith the existing formula unless The meeting will begin with tion. remarks, said: "I do not con. the dark.
was "lustan
session," he said, "but I market.Std. amended, will be In effect for the the President's Roundtable, a "I wish they would be aa kindto demn our churchu or our clergymen The Army's command research
will be glad to propose a study Oil of Calif. war 7'/i up unemployed berth."politician, look. next X years, during which the discussion aesslon for presidentsof our lives as to our visit here for being concerned that and development laboratories
for revision of the present pro. %! Comsat%up lyjt\ Sunny ng: for. a HIT county's population la expected the eight clubs, at U a.m. at one man ..Id. America meet her. moral have been working on ,the

cedure." DJCDU/ 35..up. % AmercTel. g/t :3rha TECHNIQUES Republican scored':"Whathsk .to Increase. greatly. the Ponce DeLeon Springs hotel. The demonstrators Came to responsibilities for peace for device lot several years.
'Tine*. : NO CIIVNGE!:' The business meeting will begin Washington after the preserving human freedom and Development cost has totaled
called "Madison. Avbnue'public developerof
-. :, :ford 4i$Jt ttnch.i-Fofirold t 174 Questioned over laws exempting at noon. Gene Norrla, a the drug Dr Stevan DurovIc, human pre, and for doing what about Sl> million Army officials
relations which
Ex.neauty Queen up 1, Litton 73K up U(: ItasuninlJ6 techniques charitable organizations and pant president of the DeLand and his brother Msrko were a rich nation can and should do told a news conference Thursday
lie said Smith was to "try
% unch.t Texaco 90% up %, trusts from taxation of property, club and now district vice president indicted in Chicago by a federal to wipe poverty from our land. I that they believe the rtavlc<< *
and the people Daytona
Listed As 'Critical' Atchison 35% oft Hi Sinclair con will preside at the meetIng not only don't condemn them 1th.nk
Coble said he would favor might coat between H.OOO |lane
53% oft H: Intl. Nickel'% oft Beach who don't know him no grand Jury on charges of conspiring Cod for their "
change now In Voluala.: courage. $5,000 apiece In mass c-
into voting for him to put the drug into Interstate
Mi: Allied Chemical Uft up 1ft. The local win serve Johnson In his
Coble lashed a statement by Jaycees a Detroit text,
(AP Leona with Intentto
HOLLYWOOD ) Jacobs attacked also Smith's commerce
On the American ExchangeMassey tlon.The
Gage "Miss USA for a Day" 28 campaign statements concerning Jacobs that he had "worked"for free barbecue chicken dinner to defraud. hit his peace theme again sayIng device uses three e
Fergunon was %
up ; the Itat.'. all those attending. : "We must be strong but elements each of which magnifies h
In 1997 was In critical condition Kaiser Industries 7ft up ,%; previous employment for five attorney lener.1.The The Durovlcs surrendered ,
in a hospital prison ward Fotochrome Ift V4. years aa a Volutda building inSpector Democratic candidate said Cubs represented win include Thursday to federal authoritiesand never reckless We must be the image from the re-
today, booked on suspicion of records showed his opponent Palatka, St. Augustine, Green U.s. Dist Judge Sam Perryset firm but never foolish. One vines stage. Power lI'u ed
possession of marijuana aftertrying "My opponent says he was a worked aa part of college Cow Springs, Daytona Beach, bond at $300,000:\ each re reckless Impulsive move of a by a small slx-volt rrwrtrv

to commit suicide, police N.uu Storlts full.time building inspector, but ,, training only for a few weeks Hastings, New Smyrna Beach, portedly the highest ever set in single finger could Incinerateour battery which la amplified to "',
said. he only worked 15 per cent of on a part-ttme basts. Crescent City and DeLand. a criminal\ federal prosecution civilization. 000 volts.

Miss Gage, 26 was found .i th_ time," Jacobs declared. Democrat Strickland told Jaycees Id Chicago. "That 4s what it means to' be
Ir AAnelsO.5.hueAWsCWti ; Seven Acres Burn President of. the United States
his Vss
unconscious! Thursday, sprawled "Tie record 'shows ihat".Mr.Smith opponent, Myers.
across a bed and frothing at the ',, \ 22 I Ift1N.lcl' 14" Issued only M permits In less qualified than himself to ORANGE CITY. Seven acresof today.. That is "what. la at Goldwaler
Alcoa 10% IntPap a1% serve a. county commissionerfrom Soviet Star'Highly this election.
Boulevard while
mouth, in a Sunset a six-month period a coworker woodland burned here
motel, police said. Am\11' 47 Jonll&1. T9"AmCaJI Issued more than 200. District 3. yeller Then, cribbing liberally froma
A note nearby read: "Strange 4.1% KaI.A1 3O.AmCyan % Jacobs told the Jayreea County _meNod day afternoon, the Florida Forest famlller highway slogan he LBJ
might strike you Service reported today. Raps
15" Kell'colt 93\4 concluded: "Co to the polls
aa I'know this must sound I feel Commissioner S. E. Stone had Paid'LONDON
as the bard way to get an The burned acreage is Just
make AmMot 11 LlII&M 88A.UT Tuesday and vote, alone with
in my heart that to my dismissed Smith from the In.
evening away from the televt! east of the Orange City dump. The
68% Loch'd 3'1" your conscience. vote
exit at this point in life was with statementthat
spector's Job a
AmTob 3814 Lorillard W" don set, but it 'just might One FFS crew fought the blaze cast win be and the
the .wisest thing to do. I would "he could not afford to AP) Soviet your own Front 1
i I
work from about 9 to <:30.WO Pace
AmpxCp 1T Ma.vox 33% world will be
like to believe that there are a lose" Smith's coworker movie queen Nstslya Fateycva, you your
few,who will understand. Good Anaconda 56% ),WJ&M 53% Smith replied that the coworker a girl\ with one of the slinkiest own."

luck to everyone. God bless you Armour 53% Mohasco 15 died by Jacob was asecretary shapes! in the Soviet Union, .
to Pitts -
train from Harrisburg
Babcock 38% Monl'to 12
reckons she
til" and, therefore would can earn more
Miss Gage won fame in 1957's BethStl 40 MonlWd 43% naturally have Issued more per money la Moscow than la Hollywood. Exclusive! Johnson burgh, hammering before \ crowds away that at
international beauty pageant Boeing 11 NatDa1t 131%, .
when she was named Miss USA. Bordea 1811 NatDlat 23% mits.Stressing that Smith had been "I am highly paid,"- she told ranged from about 2.000 to 5000.
BruIWWIr I N.ArnAv 50 Only Tls KOMI sOften He capped a day of raID.apI.t-
orIF standards.
She' reigned lor only one day relieved from the county Job newsmen 'by any at a
before it was teamed that she C.terTl' 3'I% Penney 14Celan. % Jacoba said the city commission Her annual income la rubles innsAsVsatsfsi tend whlstleatop speeches
... 68 42 roaring rally that packed Pitts
was married. PM. % Is equivalent to more than H00<
In DeLand. of which Smith la a '
5& 000 the official For her s dvie arena with more
at rate.
Co caCCoola: 1310% Ph Mor! 18% member, would""p* glad to get apartment in Moscow she says si this 13,000 Thursday night

Guilty Plea Set ConEdie 13' Phlllftt 52'. .ltd ol him GU too.TAXES: she pays around S6 a week. nIl Differs Pennsylvania Gov. William
ContCaIl 53% RCA 32%' Now la Londoa to publicize a W. Scranton introducing tha
MIAMI (AP-Uoyd) D. Gree DowCbe n14 RepStl 41% Cobb and John Jacobs of formula were week of Soviet films. NaUlya. tsPsllcvl man he had challenged: for the
asked their a
Son 40, declined counsel and dliPont m Revlon 3974 opinions :23, la giving\ the West a glimpse presidential nomination laid
pleaded guilty Thursday to second FoAL 31" ReyTob 41% used by tile state in allocating 01 a hitherto little known breed there were 23,000 people la the
degree murder In the death E.Kodak 136% StJtegP 32'6 revenue from gasoline taxes to 'U the Soviet sex symbol. GOLD hall and standing outside. Police

of a woman drinking companion. Firestone 1" Seaboard 55% counties. I-rt': : Auburn.haired, leggy and witha OW> estimated 17.000
said he did not favor "i .
rtaPw 49 Stare 122'% Jacobs 38-25-37: figure Natalya is afar KEY "At the convention I had differences

"1 Just do not wish to have Ford 58% SlIIc1.1r 53FrmatDa \ the present system of allocation cry from the pudding.shaped $ 7o of opinion with the
an attorney," Greeson told 12% Socony 86'FreptSuI because it permitted counties to female \In the Wade popular AUTO nominee," Scranton said la
Peace Justice Sylvester Adair 43% SouthnC 6&'4FnalbTr share equally la the revenue regardless lOtIon of Soviet womanhood w ly some respects I IUD have.

when arraigned In the death of 31% SperryR 14% of population. roflES: FOB ncs That drew a chorus of: boos.1auflbJLU1Zit .
Mrs Lola Cotton. Oenya ,38% Sl rand 18'CeeEl Coble laid he would favor a Posing for pictures\ at a Soviet POLICY
Greesoa was quoted by police IT" StONJ 88% change la the system now .because 1m Embassy reception Thursday vp.sar.5 .
as saying\ Mrs. Cotton died short I OeIlFda 12% Studebak IOenMWI % Votusla was ".. the mid Natalya said: "I would make a S BMttiy injury a rra.rty )

>y after he gave her a morphine I 4." Texaco 10"CetlMtrI dl." and possibly would receive fibula Wads or Hollywood If I Damage a Medical ramwstsAeeUraui .6alZa.--r. ... r.

injection. Her body was discovered I 99% Thiokol 1474Coosbich less revenue under a different Y R was offered a really good part. e DeatkCalamr 1.N.w_ nest.ClW.e&Ja .,,"..-
May 27, aa estimated 10 1174 UCarb 121Coodyr tormtdaA3ZE But I ell can more money ia e .4 M.tortst bt p.act P'Ip t:2
death. Creesoa 4S UbltAlre 5974Crehad \ Moscow.MarrWd.- Otter Ctwtran Avaflakto.Far D.tll.: .
days after was V ....9..... .
apprehended\ la CalUorala and 2314 VnFrult 1874 proposed amendment to the and with one son, CeMlett taferasatlea. ""' FYK1daa:e.aemeow.
At .J :
brought to Miami originally to Cult oil 51" t1SStt91 55)WeatjEh state eoaaUtatlon,' which will Natalya darted acting ar the z
face charges of stealing Mrs, Hollwl 43 be referred H *.tn Ww. X 'age of U. NeOblifalisaCaattjctiArthur r-. '
Cotton's automobile and ring. htHarv 81L Weelwk a7i would extend the aHwatioa formula "I g.t mobbed by laaa std :. .w..Jt: Pres. ass
LaneAgency a..r.s I. k w.w.n.w
devised balm sad adopted my faa mall comes to over 1.000
The latter two charges did Dot Pte.M .
hearing. ut' 1MJ for a 50-year period. letters a week. People are forever 11.:: J.p..4.rJ.Ny.byeah., !
MnrlwliEttra a TION TRf
Egg a aF airs hard I1N.
which roeph beln, The JNI'PII'IItl' the original act aging roe IIP-" hrrI'atWo
bound ia 810,060 for crimlaal was to pmtde utcurity for counties Natarva has tow acted ia etM- r.l.'f.. 11 Men
over :t.
JACNONv5LLI .... ,
court. ?1e Nonawa. I"IorIdar $.e' M retirement' of long term BOOT FOR THE r/Ul-Marla Hill left and eight ffima S' D.W :::r a Plea 4tp
also had been Bought '.t pet.., w ,.tall...; bond issues obtained for road "RosaU mea' ," ks said, Hi Ie 1Mrm+s .... lit. a .
: Greesoa torn W4-4, _tty 41Wr : Cindy corn,.,* Maria's boot with the gigantic symbol olj to be beaitifaL But ...e... ......t _IN.,.,
for questioning about the deathof .. .mnwuHty 44: ....*'... puoposeL the State Fair of Texas, held annuaOj at ia11&Ila October.) woos they'wait 112ITIT 1ICI1Y1. 0.. w..W n 4 "..... eel
a woman allegedly tees la his ,. ..'tIJ as-ss; mwlt MKH.MnMly Tn present tertmla favorsmaO The big boot Is seven feat tall than tateBectaal too that ..714.1447 w.a, ve $5..x
Nfwnry .ta. MtilTisow. weals.Os. .
company la Peaiujrvaaisu' al' hewn fr7lL. >.. counties by AMrtbuUoa) of to duactit sad Oat takes tUna. a.eatA

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New Civilian Regime. Boyied Down Over Steel National Election ServiceTo

'" -/ -

Announced F Sudan: NEW. Br BAL' BOTLE Price-Hike Make Debut In Florida
YORK AP) Jumping
to conclusions1
No national election campaignIn NEW YORK (API Talk'of a
CAIRO (AP Sudan got a neunced the abolition of martial the 20th century has en>br- MIAMI the backs of the
I steel price rice died Iowa today, AP) The National loan; u voting
new 'civilian. government today, law and the post of military rated apparently spiked by .4I'*}: machines are opened. Precuict
Election Service, to
than the designed
but ,President Ibrahim Abboud I governor.The present tlM. Everybody
proving word from Presides w d .
*. will be converted
will be glad tt It national and statewide reports) quickly
remained chief of state and his i broadcast'the Cabinet Scoto | Johnson bring you
power appeared only slightly. would be transitional government over with and haw todiscussing But the question remained'Was : 'y election result faster than ever by electronic tabulator into

diminished. I that would hold tree something which it a pre-election, lull on the ny 1 ? before via your newspaper, television figure from the various cou sties -
A-Cofrtfflunl ju 'broadcast by elections not'liter than next make ,them feel the less weather uncomfortable part of steel lender who hay or radio makes its debut and into figure for the
such at
Omdurman Radio said Abboud March. It said the new Pariiameat bonut .
warmly argued for a recently itat
In Florida and the
To prefer the rose ever throughout
would exercise 'all the consttttltional would draw up a conMiratton or has the Presidentplus These will be sped electronic
It of conformity
power*" but with the and a government would be other flower a sign glowing profit reports- country Tuesday night ally to' newspapers and broad'
"approval of the Cabinet" elected. and lack of Imagination. given them enduring paune* This Innovation in election calling nation served by the
It said he also wa entrusted The premier said his government Dandelions are by far more The Johnson point that steel new coverage, called National five new organizations taking

with "handling affair related to was adopting a. foreign Inspiring.Britainhan the most hand. profits, anemic two sear* ago Election Service la a pool com part In the poll. Florida result
the armed force."Abboud commanded policy of nonalignment the dullest now are cwelllng rapidly was Dining the facilities of the three to be covered ar* the race for
the army before leadIng ACCORD SETA : some spiesRussia underscored Thursday when major broadcasting networks- President Governor V S. Senate -
looking ones and America the
the coup six years ago that broadcast from Omdurman most expense. Bethlehem Steel Corp the NI), 2 ABC NBC and CBS and the and Congress. The remainder .
Installed a military governmentIn a Nile River community adjoining BUSSING. \ U producer reported that July two major wire newt service. i of the ballot will be covered
the big country south ofEmt. Khartoum, the capital slid The surest way for a girl to September earning had Jumped g f The Associated Press and United I Individually by the participants.
Press' International As a* the last vote has
Thursday the Sudanese armed
make an enemy of a man ov..rto 105 per cent from a year earlier, I
It wa created' after the highly been cast In his precinct, theJaycee
CABINET READ forces and the
leading civilianpolitical
76 cent
Is to hesitate when he startsto riding to .111,3 million or networks and
Elkhatem Khalifa was named group had agreed on kiss her and then turn her a common share. competitive new reporter will telephone
premier and\ head of a step to restore peace to the cheek. morns IT agencies spent vast amount of the Miami Beach collection center
Cabinet. In a broadcast he an. East African I money and manpower competing Each Jaycee ha* been sup-
country To get along with women, the For the first Bins months of to the Mat!
cover primaries card that
piled a printed script
Nine day of student riots I thing a man needs most to remember this year profits climbed 5ft percent ik1SHE taster thin else
anyone tell him exactly what. to say In
promoted! Abboud on Monday to Is to. call them "ladies" tn $1 t,92U60. a seven- STATE MANAGER pr.dar'Ihe call .
New Mciilber'Accepted assume full power and pledze; U they are under 25, and "'1\11"' year high for such a period and ..W.'.. not working in minute SOME WORDS
an end to the six years of military If over 23.
they are more than the company earned or seconds any more." according The operations will say "Na
,rule. He and a group of t have never met a mynah In all of 1963. Alva Florida
COMES FOR PLUMS-Still popular pastime In the to Smith. tinsel Election Service, OK col.
By other army generals tonk over bird that ever said anything Even so, Edmund F. Martin sandhills of central Kansas Is the picking; of sand hilt plums, NES manager "We'r* trying to lect." Smith laid this will saw
in a blondle coup. In 19V8: abolishing truly memorable Bethlehem chairman said the which grow wild In the area. Jane Hyde i pall of plums will shave time Into microseconds." 10 cents of conversation with th*)
; the faction ridden Sudanese You are alwaji happiest in nine.month margin (3 percent make plum butter or jelly. The fruit U also gooa right off NES headquarters will be la long distance operator
Post Parliament which had governed : this world. when you are hum return on sale sad T,ft percent the buu. New. York, where the five par. To narrow the possibility of error
Legion in the two yean since ming a tune and don't realize on Invested capital-ws ,n't tlclpant will receive nationaland all printed form have been
Sudan achieved Independence you are doing It, I good enough. state return via open line color.coded. The Jaycees will
O. E. Baker of Star Route 2 The recent .unrest had The reason more men would I "If we were satisfied I'would. Worldwide telephone circuit from the various give their county and the color
wa received Into the membership stemmed, from' conflict between rather talk to a bartender thana hope somebody would fir me," News EventsOTTAWA state h..dquartera."orlda of their form, and the operators .
of American Legion Pod 6 the Moslem Arabs of the North doctor Is that tin bartender Martin told newsmen. i? .' NES headquarter! will transcribe the precinct
at .the Joint meeting of the post who control the country and Isn't ton busy to give them the This wai+ roughly) what several : will be In the 0by.l00 font Cy- report* onto form of the tame

and auxiliary this week at the pagan black tribesmen who sympathy they need and he other! steel company executive AP) The Canadian governments proposal tor press Room of the Miami Beach color
Legion Hail populate the South.STATE Jills hU. preicrlptlon on the have been saying. a Convention Hall. It will b* tilled Thirty five messenger will
Baker 1* a veteran of World spot; Martin refused' to say any. government has a nw three leaf emblem became with electronic gear, newsmen run precinct result acros the

War I. t always feel sorry lor people thing about prices, even why he proposal for a flag design but deadlocked In Commons and telephone operator room I to the computori. These
During the meeting presidedever '''TOPSIN with such lousy personalitiesthey wouldn't dtacuM them. Three apparently It will not end the Opposition Leader John Diefenbaker Volunteer member of the Ju- will spew out the cumulative
by commander B. A. Blnli,. have to start a quarrel to months ago he Indicated supportfor diiwnnut. debit on the Issue said Thursday night sir Chamber of Commerce will vote total In each of the tour
Stanley Leaner discussed the ,recently keep from being lonely.A higher price, A 15 member' committee recommended that the new proposal was not cover major races In every pie- race every two minute
approved Veterans' Pension HIGHWAY' successful executive It the ISM EARMNM to the House of Com acceptable tn the Conservative elect In the 16 largest counties, Except for counties still using
Bill Lecher, a member of one who got ahead by the memos A tally of 1961 earning of the mon Thursday that the new became It larked the purport ot which' h.110 per cent of Florida 1 hand ballot, the Florida result
the post for many years served he didn't write. 10 largest steel companies at design be a single red mapl at least 13 of the committee's IS registered voters. Other In the) four race NES 1 I. cover
aa county service officer PROGRESSTALLAHASSEE Wrestlers ate the gentlest and the three nuarter mark showed "leaf, on a white ground with a member. Jaycees will be stationed in the lag should be complete: about 90
Announcement was made that most philosophic of all ptofes- profit of 'nu/ million up from red bar at each aide It would courthouse In the remaining 51 minute after the poll close,

the annual Early Bird Dinner AP( ) atonal athletes They sue clowns 4571 million In the like period replace! the red ensign with the STOCKHOLM (AP) triO counties Smith said The 18 large coun
11 Florida leads the nation In who act with their muscles but British\ Union Jack In the upper 13 OPERATOR* tie with precinct by precinct
will be held Nov. for tnt'mbt'nwbo of 1963 for a gain of 26 per C't'nt.John.tllI Boheman 'former Swedish ambassador
have paid 1965 due in ad. the rate at which It I.conVf'rtinl In their heart would rather again defended theadmlnlatr.Unn' )lefthand cornerPrime to Washington lay i At state NES headquarter. 11) coverage should be cleaned up fe
Its Interstate play "Hamlet"ARCH'S Minister Lester B. telephone operator will takepiectnrt even sooner
vance.VETERANS highway, Into roads, ESPISTRIST prIce wag Penisons Liberal government. the Swedish government .result from Jaycee a* Smith, a retired Air reri. *
DAT money guldepnMs Invoked In steelprice cricked the Nazi cod In World
MI Joseph Caccavsjo reported State Road Board No husband really trusts his ,wsge maneuvering 2H I iJ seeking a flag devoid of the War II and relived word to Ink mathematician reconstructed public Information officer was
wife If she breaks Into assigned to the Florida
John said ippliUM Brltl'h symbol to help promote manage
that plans are progressing for Phillips year ago a* "Increasingly London that Germany would the German coding machineand
NEB because of his
when he makes fool of himselfby setup
allegiance from "
the Legion observance of Veteran Thursday Important" In the economy' separatist sym attack the Soviet Union the Swedes decoded mea
Day,, Nov. 11. A new report by the U.S. party.standing on his head at a advanced stage of expansion.He pathtrei In French'speaking Rnheman said he met Sir sages. until Germany altered It* marie In and the the West National Coast Con prt-*
Blots reminded members of Bureau of, Public Roads Nature hat a way of accommodating said that the guldepnsts, Quebec The all flag committee Stafford Crtpp. then British cod system! In 1942. ventlon this year, H* has been
.show that "the state roaddepartment party
the scheduled geared to a ambassador to Moscow la
following event: Itself to productivity concept In Florida sine July, preparing
formed d.
rummage sale, cooperation' .. is constructing For example as he provide a useful criterion was bat after whlrh a the 22.d.y Liberal Stockholm early In June, 1)41 DAR ES SALAAM. Tangany. far thJ* one night'* work.
with the auxiliary on E. New its interstate highwaysas grows older, a general's chest for responsible buslneM and dining Crtppa war going home to report Ika UPI) The United Republic
York Ave, Nov 57; northernarea fast as, the money I"* always broadens enough tn tended to strsltjacket price or received woid. from Washington that the Cermani apparently of Tanganyika1 and Zanzibar Landlocked Switzerland Is
conference at Post 50. Daytona made. available .to us, provide room to hang his medals' wages on the postponement would not attack the Soviet \ bus ,a new!! and shorter name, served by fleets of steamer en
.Beach, and Riviera Beach Phillips added. : Gordon M. Bain deputy FAA Union. But Dnheman said President Nyerere lake Constance, Geneva, and
'Motel, Nov. 78; midwinter con The report'ahnwted' that The most sheeplike creaturesIn I administrator for supersonic h* told Cripps is attack would announced, after U'a Cabinet Lugtno. Th freshwater ship
ference In Orlando Nov 1113 ,Florida hi* committed 29. modern life are vice presl- Delay Is Set development laid In Wishing he made between June 20 sad meeting Thursday him country carry at many la 1,500( passen*
and the annual Christmas party per cent of its 1966 allocation dents, If one jets a new cushionfor ton h* 'hud not heard of any 25 The Invasion begin at dawn I iJ now officially the United Republic gars each, and form an important *
to be held Nov. 19 Instead of Nov. of.. federal' money already his swivel chair, all the others postponement by the British June :rt.Bohemsn ot Tanzania" Tanzania link between Switzerland and
23 In order to avoid conflict with Next highest state in the firm have to have a Over Plane'sDeveloprnent and French ...ldWe Swed for short, her.retghbors' ,
was Illinois with 27,, percent
holidays. new one, too. I never met a vice
Attention, also was called to and only 11'In the I pleddent who had the Individuality '
the, revival of the observance( of nation have allocated iny tn a heard
."The Legion and the AuxiliaryGo part: of their money for. A fellow who walks under a \\\ 1\'t'Ull'ltjlllJ"IL'\

to Church for Veterans Day"A11 1966.The federal must i ladder doesn't thereby prove he OKLAHOMA CITY, okia t
member of; both the money Isnt superstitious, It Is more .
be matched on a M10 (API Development of the
Legion and auxiliary are'askedto he la lust showing
attend the 11 am. service at basis by the states., Wall likelythat i supersonic Condcorde has been

First Methodist Church, on Sunday the federal government 'A guy who makes' his dug sit I postponed by the British and GR.AND
the lion shire French' is a direct result of
of The
picks up s Announcing
Nov. IS. They will enter up and beg at home usually .
the state
the cost during
the church In a body. Uniform does the same trick hlmielf at I
cm run Into million ,of 'the office sonic. boom tests her this year,
cap will be worn. .
Sen. Mike
Monroney DOkla
dollar In Big programs.
moll voiced the post' appreciation THe proposal .to adopt a 13-
Phillips ,laid h* had
for the leather- month calendar would win all
hoped Florida could climbto out votes U WI could be the "Th moat Interesting fact
covered Bible given by Clyde sure
war that they plunged Into theproject I
Lankford. The Bible will be used the top nationally In the extr month would be like October 00
utilization of federal interstate without any thought ef
In the regular candle and cap
money before h* whether the plan could fly overpopulated I
ceremonial at each meeting.TOItAYO "
leaves the poet next Jaauary. land Monroney tolda .
"This b an unusual number In Chamber of Commerce lunch.
this category"Editor OF

at Publisher said the eon.British Aviation Minister Roy
op pro-Johnson newspapers have Jenkins conferred Thursday U :
aa aggregate dally circulation Paris with French Transport Farms Dairy I
941 Dailies I of 26.997400 to 6,977,21for Minister Marc Jacquet on the IOlIt

paper supporting Goldwater, future of the Concord
"JlltllO'v.erV Editor A Publisher said publisher Neither en* said anything : 301 East Plymouth I Ave. (Comer Pint) ;",'!?>Ymu
of each of the 1.710 dallies about cancelling the project
'lined In the magazine "My talks her will be purely OCTOBER 31 1964
-Clloice International year bonk for 1K4 exploratory" Jenkins said. "1dldn ,
were asked to state their stands 't come here to announce tighter fr Tki
Johnson Goldwater Independent decision on the Concord" '
NEW TOM AP) A tabulatton or undecided. Jscquet said "Mr, Jenkins
IYtONTINOM Issued Thursday by Editor Th! report said that of the I,- cam her to clarify the position FREE PRIZES
/ Publisher, newspaper fig which replied 43.4 per cent of the British government on the _

TO ATTIAITN176 trade magazine* had440 dally were for Johnson and 34 T percent Concord project. Tier II a K* Obllf sM.* Nrtklag .to Burl
newspapers calling for electionof for Coldwater, An Ind* little problem but sot t serious sae
President Johnson and 359 indent stand wa* Hated by one"
nrornHtaarsamlt supporting Sen.: Barry Gold. 221 per cent. representing 237 Monroney, chairman of th* 1st PRIZE 3-ft, Black Stuffed Toy Cat PLUS

water newspaper with an Senate Aviation subcommittee,
"As el now 141'-. more' than :circulation of ."I"'I"t'l said he received a tip 01 the lte One Year's Supply of Ice Cream ,

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: Editorials f.j e 4 KUNO (FLORIDA) SUN NEWS NIDAY, OCTOIH 30, W4I 8-Y car-Old,

) Sun News Choices: "We Had Such Lovely Days. Together! !!*"/ ., I READER'S FORUM .1 Like Grandpa,

i 1 1TM Backs Demos

7 O.tln* Sun Sewn w.,letm... testes" tram. n. naPs *n *:Hikllfrilra. '
Odhnm For : .. The ...m. *f tae welter mutt k* we*** end tit* Kr... .l".... Th. Sun News
Registrar .. :,, ," ....' ........ th. eight t* tu| Httwi *v.r M ...r.. in I.".,... Litttrl Id- Editor
,.,. ......* t. .....r. .r tftdlfif m .WMnimitt ,It .. tni* .u.... ...._. .r e In this time of storm ind
,, I"':.'r. ..... *.*t .....(*..... In nn iRtunm, th< carne. and ed.nee .r the ......, will stress. I thought perhaps a re
H Jacobs For Commissioner ;)' M wltHktHI. kut Ihty most k* kmwn u tt .".... from
/ .. cent letter my grandson,
who was 8 last June ad la in
book. The non.partisan National fourth grade, might lift the spirit
Of all the county public offices there II :*an* t D.S.N. Reader Committee for Committee' Responsibility and also bring fond recoitectkmi

as important to the people as that of Sjiptrvis\ r r,, nays, "A more flagrant of Grandpa 'Phillip Buck,
title itself Is and dishonest misuse of Grandpa Buck a Marylander.
of Registration. The a rmsnomtr .
voter tEc A t Replies OverBookCharge quoted material would be hard was a graduate of Stetson Law
because the supervisor handles not only II Y to Imagine" This report concludes School and was De-Land' city

registration but the.conduct of elections l oc1 by saying this "book Is, attorney In the 1920s He was
Katherine S. Odham has served 4s supervisor E r f fy at best, an Incredibly poor Job one of the first commander of
of research and documentation the American Legion here. He
.f registration for eight years with such distinction and at worst a deliberate hoax was called to Washington to take
that her office operation are cited ai i Editor. Sun New1Concerning : and a fraud." charge of litigation in the NR\

model throughout the state. ct the Siormer and The most paradoxical aspect In 19t4.:\ After that demise he
the Haley books a reader stated in of Stormer's book is that It went to the Federal Trade Corn
The reasons are apparent. She ebeyi actually aids and abets the Com
this column that my colleaguesand mission where he set up the Fair
letter and the spirit of the election laws i* an I "have probably given the munist cause instead of fighting: Trade Practice Act then became<<

honest, fair and efficient manner. two books conory examination It. The Communists are vitally chief counsel for the Federal
or else have read few pages in Interested In precisely what this Alcohol Admtnlltl'atlollMo% t of
Her office is operated on a non-partisan them." Someone else can now book does They want to undermine these regulation are used today.
basis and every candidate and elector is treated repeat this statement and cite the faith of the American In order to campaign for

with the same courtesy.As a* his source "The DeLand Sun people in its leaden In government Roosevelt In 1940 Phillip Buck
News October and society They want to resigned from work
Supervisor ot 27. 1954 p. 4". If government
State President of the a dozen other writers then begin sow seeds of distrust and cast and opened his own law office in
Registration and an active member of the Flor- to cite each other, the list of foot. fear and suspicion.Americana Washington. He was assistant

ida Interim Election Laws Study Committee, notes would Indeed teem 1mpreMive believe In honestyand treasurer to the National Demo
and But even If It covered fair play. Democracy la not crane Party for both campaignsof
the has shown leadership In seeking revision half the page, It doein't alter served nor I Is its shortcomings 1940!! and 1944 with headquarters
clarification of the election laws. one basic fact: The statement Is corrected by slanderous attacks in New Yolk.

She has provided many other services far completely false. and by Impugning the motives of He was elected president nf
This Is only one of the tricks honorable men If this nation Stetson Alumni 1946, and while
the people. Among: these area conducting elections which Stormer employs Over ever loses Its greatness, it will on a fundraising trip for Stetson
for the students at the various colleges and i 75 of his citations are from result from our willingness to became ill In New Yolk and

high school in the county for the slat meetingsof sources that have is little regard sacrifice truth for expediency died in Washington in January :
honor .
for personal gain, and integrity 1947.
for the truth ai he. The
Future Farmers and other organizations. She Congressional' Record la cited 63times. : for deceit. Here is the letter from my s
checks the eligibility of all signers on petitions. >+. This by Itself Is Insufficient \ Morality is not fostered by immorality grandson David Josephson from
Untold hundreds of people are now receiving at almost anything can be and truth is the cornerstone Stony Creek, Conn.:
w of a moral society: "Dear Grandma Buck
yE inserted in the CR. It dependson
social security or other retirement checks because t 1 who la being cited, Stormer R. B. Morland Look Inside this letter. You

she has taken the trouble to research old votjng/ seldom aaya. Reliance on Senate will find a bunch of "LBJ rort

records to establish their age. and House hearings can also be THE USA" letter stickers. Theyare
Hits In honor of
Grandpa Buck.
misleading. The purpose of a
There can be no government "of the people hearing la to obtain testimony Ma told me all about the Democratic

by the people and for the people" if registrationand ---- .. ,-- ---, on all sides of an l Issue and from party and I am highly
elections are not honestly administered. --- ., all types of people. Moreover, the Comments In favorable for It I have "JOHN
final SON FOR PRESIDENT" sticker I
report can aay anything the
Without reservation we recommend the rt- WASHINGTON MERH YAO-IIOUXD .'until If* too late' what friends members" want to say Mr. and Johnson and Humphery

election of Katherine Odham as Supervisor of h* has antagonized or neglected. Stormer falls to distinguish between BoardEditor (die) pin and stickers I enjoy
Florida right now Is rife with supported and unsupported Clip wearing them I gave a coupleof
Registration. Democratic strife. testimony.A Goldwater guy a blast. They
Roosevelt; Seen Absent Elliott Roosevelt, a relative newcomer footnote does nothing morethan Sun News: ran. See ja soon! David"
The Volusia County Commissioners exert won aa amazing election till the reader Mrs. Phillip E. Buck
where he
this year when h* beat out a In the Sun Newt of Oct. 4 In
tremendous power over the taxes and daily life large field of old.Ila* Democrat can find certain materials. It Is the column "The Editor's Clip
of the citizen of the county. to become Democratic National the source Itself which must be Board" reference was made to a

Each year their influence] expands ai j more As LBJ Arrived In Jdx Commltteemao. James lEa: chief opponent examined, and Is credible It reliable la the, person authentic question citizen over recently:the contribution raised by of a '
Jimmy wa reputed InHistory
new departmental service agencies coME under to hv spent $185,000 In saying what the author the city commission to the chamber Today
claims? Here Is where Mr.Storm.r' .
their control. the campaign. He lost; even of commerce which contribution
"documentation" falls
This year's county commission budget is *y DREWJACKSONVILLE PEARSON board th* Roosevelt train and with the backing of George short When he duet bother to the la supposed of to be made for
Smathen. and Smathers purpose advertising and :
; Four t* war elected to Congress to won
Each commissioner also cite the ultimate source, the
more than $U million. publicizing the city of DeLand.
out to defeat Elliott.
when Senator from fill the
ytari ago unexplred term of Rep evidence 1s often heresay An
has sole control of the distribution of the special Texas aimed Lyndon! B John- James Buchanan. That began But having won, Elliott found example Is the statement attributed The editorial of this referred to the !Kr The AmneUt. fr ..
road taxes collected within his district ion was campaigning for Vic LBJ' real start in politic. himself on the sidelines At the to FDR about his "Com "plcayunlsh.. question as being Today 1* Friday, Oct. 30. the

In West Volusla's District 1, the DeLand- Jacksonville Earlier Elliott and Lyndon Atlantic City convention, Florida munist friends" Investigation 304th day of 1964. There are 62
Johnson had become acquaintedwhile Democrats ]led by the handsome shows that this was from an This question was raised by day left in the year.
Lake Helen and DeLeon Springs-Seville special most deserted. Only one faithful speaking at a political ind astute. Sen, Smathers, article written by former Rep the citizen on the night of Sept. Today's highlight In history:
road Districts produce almost a half-million dol Democrat was out to met himB. rally In Texas In the 1932 elec proceeded to give the new Democratic Martin Dies which was inserted 14. There appeared in the Orlando On this date in 1908, Mrs Wil-
lars. Election of a commissioner to administer L. Brown. lion Subsequently Elliott Introduced National Committeeman In the Record by Rep. Velde. In Sentinel the following Ham Astor died at her home at
This week when th* urn Lyndon to his father who the runaround. After all i II other cases, namely the references morning an editorial wherein 84] Fifth Avenue New York.
these funds is of prime importance to all West Lyndon Johnson arrived at the appointed the gangling young Elliott got ton much publicity to Sherwood and Schle Mayor Bob Carr of Orlando la Her passing marked the end of
Volusians. sam airport is President of Texan National Youth Admlnl- h* might decide to run against singer, the authors are saying quoted In part "Mayor Bob Carr a social dynasty
Hubert H. Jacobs 50 DeLand. the United State, aeveral thousand orator for Texas. Smathers for the Senate. When exactly the opposite of whatStormer has the Idea that the Chamberof On this date
Candidate Commerce
were out to meet him ad 'During the war win the machinery for running the contends operations shouldbe In 1731: orator, dramatist and
hat submitted a program which makes good more than 40,000 Jammed In Elllottt: ''I was h t on leave Democratic campaign In Florida Many organizations Including streamlined somewhat, that statesman Richard Sheridanwas
business sense He proposes to hold public hear, Hemming Park to hear him wheal father was trying to drcld.wh.t wan finally net up, Elliott the Methodist Church have Its entire contributions from the born In Ireland
should be In
speak. to do about tome of the found himself given the hum- made careful studlei of this city spent for advertising 1882 Adm. William Hahev
for repairing -
building or
ings to determine priority and Jr. born
promotion and that Its was ; he died in 1959.
the who drum of !
However, one mm Congressmen who were on duty Job touring the state
of roads creation of i county.wlde pnol_ had com out to greet Johnson overseas including Lynelon.H and making speeches. who made headlines during the ordinary operating expenses la 189.1 the Columbian Exposition

for road-building equipment and an accountingto four yearn ago wit not among 'You ahould bring him ,back And Just three days before Bobby Baker investigation ship should dues be "met through member. In 1922 closed Benito In Chicago.Mussolini's
where their went and the Invited guests. An aorta of here. He could be much more President Johnson wa due to Against this, Pepper now a bloodless
the taxpayers on money The editorial agreed with the capture of Rome was
crammed the bind- member of the Ilouie of
dignitaries \I"MIII Washington I advUed. .
arrive .In Florida this week,
how much it cost to build each road. sentiments expressed by Mayor completed and he became premier
land behind the President and "But now that he's President. Elliott got an urgent request to Representatives put his foot Carr, In fact the editorial state of Italy.
He advocates central purchasing in the commission were Introduced t* take a bow. mused Elliott, "I csn't even set make some speeches In Kentucky down. In one sentence "take the chamber In 1941, an Army Air Force
office, creation of +a planning and development But Johnson' earlier, faithful him nn the phone." He answered the call Meanwhile Frank Smathers of commerce out of politics" bomber landed at Washington
16 include -w14' rooter war not among them. Elliott referred to the fact was not In Florida to see the complained privately because Would you contend that Mayor completing a record 'round-th!.
department Local leader crossed him off that when h* wan In Washington man whom he had put aboardhis Pepper was Invited to a luncheon Carr was being "picayunlsh" In world flight, covering 24709
toning, development of tourism, agriculture and the list. this month h* had asked to seethe lather'a train in Texan in party to promote Interama. raising this question or that the miles .
Industry and conservation of our natural re- In 1937 when a young Texan President, but was told by 1907 Then Just before President editor of the Orlando Sentinelwas Ten yean aeo-J>l'tsldpnt El-
named Johnson wanted to get one of the young blsdM aroundthe FLORIDA WIREPILLKG Johnson arrived Sen. Smathers digging deep for an Issue aenhower announced the nlted
sources. aboard the Whit Howe "Walt until Biggest piece of political called Governor Fsrrl Bryantto when be endorses the raising of States would send more than
Recognizing the public role of a commission a lal.train after the election. We can't gravy over which Democratsare arrange an interns meeting the question? $18 million worth of irplus
er, Jacobs has stated that"no county commissioner of President afford to antagonize' G e o r g ISmathers scrambling In Florida I I. without Including Its two earliest Daytona Beach several '',years foods to Europe to aid victims
need. Your Franklin D. ." Interama. a cultural and economic promoters, Pepper and Sen. Hol ago had passed In the legislature of summer floods
gives you any roads or services you Roosevelt en- This referred to the fact that exhibit similar to the land. an act providing for ,the Five year ago- Twe ysitra
taxes buy and pay for them." route through the Whit House staff, with .r New York World's Fair to be Into this swamp of political creation ot an advertising tax persona were killed In the H
He has pledged a business-like administration Texas from without the knowledge of the established permanently In rivalry gingerly stepped Lyndon district. The act states that the of a Piedmont Airlines DCSanl
Aranaaa Pass. President, has been leaningover North BUcayne\ Bay B. Johnson this week. He had money raised must be spent ext near Charlottesville, Va.
of his office to provide the maxImum! services he phonedanion backward to butter up the For a long time Claude Pepper some Inkling of the Jealousies] elusively foe advertising and One year ago Algerl

for the minimum taxes. He has also pledgedthat ROOMvtlt oriN-pow.rful. now wining Junior one time Senator from Involved. promotion for such thing a* Moroece agreed to a cea fire
if property assessments art increased, he <, Senator from Florida who once Florid, defeated by his young "Claude Pepper hu talked tome newspaper alive r t 1.1 a g, billboards la their border dispute tic xh
'Tjn running packed a lot of weight In Washington protege, Smithers, hal been about this almost every day" radio TV, magazines, Intervention of Emperor Illl*
will reduce the mlllage proportionately. la a special PI&UGH a* a result of a close promoting this project. H* and aald the PI", ldl'lIt. "The Sen and so on. None of the funds go Selassie of Ethiopia.
As a successful dairyman,Jacobs knows whatit election for friendship with the late John F, Sea. Spea! takes to put efficiency in private business, and Congress down her," the young Kennedy. hard to Change the 19M Housing their list. But where'i Dante*" walk of the chamber of com monetary standard and pnlya al
Texan aald "and I need your POLITICO PRISONER Act 10 at to permit an 118.:100.000: H. referred to Dante Fascell merce. curative aafe-
metal but
he believes the ume principle are applicableto help. If I ell get aboard your Then two Incident Illustrate loan from the Community Facilities diminutive Democratic Congressman Was the request for this act sing uses have been lately found Incik./orit

government business.We father's, train I If will be a big the fact that every President, Administration. from Miami. and It* passage by the legislature la !Industry The shiny metal )Is
believe Jacobs offer a constructive pro booat." on campaign trips, Is a prisonerof But now that Interims U "Dante had better come inhere "picayunlshT"Your major Ingredient la plAtographlc
Elliott: got young Johnaon local politico, seldom know definitely within sight th ," continued the President. editorial of Oct. 4 also making conduct
gram and his election as District 1 county commissioner Smathers brotheia-th* Senator "H.', done more thaa almost state that the citUcn who turn. Sliver's

will best serve the Interests of all doein't charge me for it. The other day he knocked: on and his banker brother Franker anyone else to get this across." raised this question in DeLand vlty make and it resistance valuable la to corrosM the tI
my door, When I answered It he asked me If I was alone moving in to take over. The President war doing his was digging deep for al issue." tropics Held.question .
I asked him why he wanted to know and he aald he get They want to replace Internists beat to make everyone happy. Seems to me that you were
Volusisn&r lonesome when h* deliver la this area because it U a chairman Dr. Irving Muskat But he didn't succeed.: The Inters dlgging'deep tor something to' a of this nature by
rural route, and h* wanted to know if he could eat his with Scott Peek the Senator' ama project Isnt eves la Dante criticize and fill your column citizen aa being "picayuiush."
; w lunch with m* oa my porch. I !hiv seen him eating his former 'I.tut'bI Washlngtoa FascelTa district.SSOIT :. when you refer to the raising of u a MJ>*C!
12AaTms, lunch la Us truck while I eat mine In the kitchen. H* -
r r ell see me through the window, Would It be wrong form KIM mi run tyjoui. \
to tavit*. hint to eat his lunch with m*. H* seems
such a Arc..I man. .- -

DOtlTTlLt *. tar, an yw knew abets him
: I* that M la geaeraaa, lisnaome sad Interested hi }...
Desired In h* inarrM? II.*. 4Mt M him gt aay rhammter.If r reo 1. ., 1 ,
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VAJIBVN0IDEAR -a. DEAR ABBY: I have two problem the when I
take my wife to work In the morning lake teach school
: ABBY Do you think it la fair for a school act. doesn't lt me kiss her for tear. aomeoae she work. .
to live a girl an "F" If the refuse to uk* a shower la with might.. her, I say to heck with them She la my
p UM Dude with eight other girls and the gym teacher tnd- wife and It Is only a peck on the cheek. Second we'" J t
lag there watching I railed my daughter to be modest been married almost 1 year and she still refutes to us* rFi
t and I don't think the school has any right to try to changeher my aame. She goes by Miss" as though she were single' '
upbringing! this respect. Our schools have money I was bat la New York and have lived here all my II'.. 1 I
I for everything else. They didn't ask the taxpayer II Many immigrant Puerto Ricans have the same same : t THE rUnm-TONCS ., BAXNiSUtBCftAI
they wanted lounges for the teacher, they Just went and I thlak that I* what bother her. She U putting me
ahead and built them. I think a few showers with run through gradual school so naturally I dot"ant to > rT'a NOT JUST YOU O.NTMAX6 TI+ERF'TF1AT's r
Ulas or dnon ahould be provided for the child who hasbw upset anything by making any demands right lOW. Caa NEt : TMUV8, FRED HER FRUSTRATED t31t79..5MEtL1SET BITER r'D Nttvea! 2 THt7la'Ifr car

taught at home to keep her body acred I would ,Sett tae?' M vWEM c1.EAs4 !
Hk sent comment .a this firvm yes sad other M*aU, wrnajou MY NAME ', ilr *4S ..tA
pita**. DEAR WlfOOUH' Tea .#. aejtug that sues ytqr T TMtrlkt
ONE ironrER'S vein .... t. plswag gas wogs ........ 255 ate .la as pestles. t
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DEAR ABETS I am :28! single and (JTra told ato*. Writ to ABBT. Box M7W, LM Aagtles. It'I ,
tive. I have a lime/ problem with my mIll naa. He has Calif. Far a pass! sal reply, enclose a stamped self.addrtaaad .
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DeLand Needlework Guild A .'t'"eh.

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The annual In Catherine for

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; the DeLand Lake Helen. Orange Fish, Wftt Volutia!

City and DeBary areas took
llotpitnl Records
place yesterday afternoon at the.

I Ii1 First Presbyterian Church In Th. fott.wlnp ....... lean the
: J.. ': ,'I' '. DeLand.'tU73! tonal Mqtaln warr. ...,,,1..' 'II''
.' ... the Ddland Sun uses t..rlI
.. articles were displayed on tablet
"" e, ."... +- I and racks which Included ..
,.. It g/\ I both handmade and ADMISSIONS:
,ct .#' \ per I
e'\0--1": 41' A chased tor school children, baby Cadet, William David Ansley_

." 'f..t. '- ". ";. :. .. layettes and garments lot patients I Florida Military School!, t'nlt 1;
1" .. ... ," I Mrs.
'? In the nursing homes One Marie Swanbeck Lutheran.
a.kilroae MI... \. .. terse: ', ... ;
: a.: -4 .." : Guild member had'inad IS I Retirement Center Unit U..

lap robe using two and a half DIxbtlSt4AM! y

Ten Time Needlework Guild Ingathering Inch squares which she bid : Rufus M. Un Moore DeLeon

sewed together by band. Springs; Mrs Sarah Compton
The buRlnem meeting was eon- Mver. Naaaawadox, Va,, lien Slim elegant free win lay aa bnperlaat role la fuhlea fee fall. Tk User fit l. seen
The DeLand Branch of the Needlework Guild of America held one of the most successful In. ducted by Mrs. Arthur Candler.prwldent Mlotkownkl. Orange City la the walking dress (left) ... by Geofrty Bcaaa la cherry red soft teitared weed

gatherings la the history of the organization.\ The annual event was held yesterday In the Fellowship cl the Needlework HV Memorial tweed tress Kaglaa. Only detail la this. rattan* to welttog ea the which ceatbaet

Room at the First Presbyterian Church. Members of the guild work throughout the year prepar- Guild In the DeLand area. Lori: \DMIftSIOM dw the ba.k. Tha dress Is alraaaatlae: ay a hag self atele. Teal Tralaa'i reversible fegM4casael

ing for the project of providing children elderly people the hospitalised, and the needy with new directors for this area'were' announced Michael Garatkiewlcx. 320 E teat a| ll
clothing You may become a member of the Guild by giving two or more Identical articles of clothIng as followi. Mrs. George Berenford Ave; Hans Borchard .* drets.Dr.HowellWill.

or household linen a year, to the organization Pictured above. left to right Mrs, B F Crslg, Andrew, Mrs. E. J Morehous. Orange City, Stephen H. Cole,

serving at the coffee table. Mrs Edward J. Morehous, Orange City and Mr H. R. Kellle. Winter Mrs E. J. Forbes from DeBary, 1007 N. Alabama Ave.; Mrs.Morandy .

Park, state chairman and vice president of the national group, and an unidentified guest 8un News and Mrs L. T Wood who is In L, Kennedy, DeLeon Deland
Staff Photo) Club JWC Members
charge of the Memorial Table. Springs

The following slate of officers DISMISSM!

eansltraMasaasr were presented by the nominating Charles L, Coos, Rout three; Speak At Meet Of
OC Church committee the chairman Mrs.- Mrs. Joann. Pottle. 604 Marion Bridge Scores Sponsor Parties

Social I Notes. I Volusians Harry G. Benford.: Mrs Arthur Court; Mrs Esther Walters, St. Barnabas Guild

Events ListedORANGE C. Candler president; Mrs. William RaitwrvllleUnique. Mrs George Pearsall directedthe

B. Padgett, vice piettdent, For Two GroupsTwo
and Comments In Service Mil. Ethel Tjler. secretary: and Position Dr John Edmund Ilowell, pastor 10 tables of duplicate bridgeIn

CITY At last i Mrs. W. D. Riley treasurer of the First Baptist Church. play at the DeLand Bridge
Sunday's evening service sponsored Mrs. Candler Introduced Mr*. will be the guest speaker at the dub yesterday afternoon at the parties were

( C.I.. aware? TO.n Hiving aatv,toe fuiitint.rtunlng and' by the Wesleyan Service Completes Court Charles Klngkbury who explained \ Held dessert meeting of the St. Barns Deei'foot Rd. Clubhouse. sponsored by members of the

.th.r ,......., .. ., 1.,.,. Guild of the Orange City Methodlfit the work and needs of the By Queen has Guild St. Barnabas Episcopal : North south winners Mr. DeLand Junior Woman' dub
lit Sun Now.' 0" BALBOA, Canal Zone Captain
a Wantnail Church Mrs. Leslie .. Visiting Nuise Association whichIs Church" at 1M: Nov. :I At Sunland
p m. recently Cottage
p1sauna It to 1..n.1 ,
y.ur John Bo les and Mrs.
A of
son Mr Norman tied
..,... Dyer conducted the devotions > of the new agencies to
10 Missend H. WHnant.dlar. one In the pariah house at the church Gainesville .
.... and Mrs John L Bo>'les, W. Without I each guest was presented
1II" 1 7".HI' service, and Mn. Lance Hayward receive articles contributed by Crown Dr. Howell la the'lInlla' with Charles Dsglla and lads
Ohio Ave, has completed the Weeks fur first Mr. and Mrs with a fall corsage The
reviewed the book "This the Needlework Guild members.Mrs. speaker" In a series on rruneml ;
Mr. Mary Lniry and Mrs "' U.S. Air Forces Southern Com Arthur third Mn. Cottage was appropriately decorated
Rocket Called Freedom. Mrs William Riley explainedthe I By Rt'TH MIILITTNewnpaner cal year arranged by Mn Win-alley ; A.
Daphne Rrewnell. attended the Gordon Brokenshlre showed color mand it'SAKSO) Tropic Survival significance .( the Memorial hnlerprh: Ann. George Andrew, program chair Q. Besom and Mrs Ruth Melt, In seasonal colors com.
slides of School at Albrook AFE Table display which had den at. He Is fourth plete' with Jscko-lan! terns,
luncheon meeting of the Colonla Tanganyika. Canal Zone I No matter which candidate'swife man. a graduate of Stetson .
witches and
Last Thursday evening, 13 tractlvely decorated by Mrs L becomes our next First University, receiving a RD East west winners were! Mrs. goblins. Member
Dames of the 17th Century on Capt. Bojles, commander et Dn I le Driver and Mrs David taking part were Mrs. Erie Han*
members of the Methodist Men T Wood. Articles placed on lady It Is beginning to seem degree; from Vale Divinity )
Tuesday at the Country Club of an Air Rescue Service Unit at Singer, first Mis. Frank Holder seen Mrs Donald Brandt Mrs
Club attended the District Methodist this table are. the** given In obvious that she wUI.- In many School with a Alp degiwend; ; ;
Orlando.Mr. Laughlin AFB Tex, was trainedIn of member who has and Mrs. Charles llasaell, aeoond. Barbara Sullivan and Mrs
Mon'a dub dinner meetIng memory a ways, be Second Lad.* beraua puke I'Siverajty, a Rockefeller(
In First Methodist Church escape, evasion and Junglesurvival died dining the past year' Mrs Americans for the first time, Doctoral Fellow In Religion, II* ; Mr, and Mrs E M. Hinkle, Richard Ilagstrom.

and 11"fh.rl" McGUI DeLand Dr. J. Ollle Edmunds, Clifford Coomba was a formermember have a queen. assumed duties In Del-and In third, Mrs, Marjorl Harris and The special classes at George
are planning to leave tomorrow Mrs. Elsa Unkles, fourth. Marks School were driven to
The school! supports the USAF.SO thus" remembered. July of 1J.
president of Stetson Universitywas The without a crown,
to spend the weekend In Galnes guest speaker. Command mission of admin Mrs. II. H. Kellle, state south 1s Jacqueline queen Kennedy, whoaesublets 110111'..... will be! Mn. Mary The next duplicate bridge Deep River Ranch and given a
vUle. will\ attend the Florida tour of the ranch
They littering special training Indmllit.ry ere director Winter Park, spoke Leary, Mrs Hugh DuVal, Mrs game will be at T:.10 tonight at and chicken
are so admiring, to
The children of the
Auburn Football Came : Sunday farm.
and Returning to the of
the Deerfoot .
Road clubhouse
asslatanc In briefly commending Mrs. Cam J. G. Mis. JSummerb.111. .
programs E.
loyal. so devented that .h.elt."n.t
enroute home will visit the horse school will be coming to doors I Mil. Mel Ott, 8. University
Latin American countries for and her coworkers In the Mrs E. J. Mm
need a crown to set her *
farms In Ocala.Congratulations. this afternoon and evening with Crete, the group, with their
orange.color cartons asking for The Captain a graduate of Needlework Guild for their work apart and above.Whatever dons will give the devotional and Orange Illotiom I teachers Mrs Francis Clifton

are being received Treats or Tricks" for UNICEF, DeLand High School receivedhis this year I she says, or does or Mrs. John Gallup president. will and Mrs James Clements, were

today by Mr. and Mrs This project Is sponsored locallyby BS degree from the Unlverslty The pl'Orrambleh followed I wears 'Is not only news but Is preside Pomona Meeting' entertained at a Halloween'
Mom ......... S. Orange Ave.. the United Church Women of Florida. He entered the the business meeting was In regarded. at Irreproachable. --- luncheon party Acting as hnst

on the occasion of their 32nd A nickel buys penicillin to cure Air Force In October 193] and charge of Mrs Frances Whit. I Few crowned queens have ever Kiimntagt Sal Oi ange Blossom P o m... i a eases for the day were Mrs, Ott.MI'I. ,

wedding anniversary two children of a crippling trop was commJsaloned In 1931 man. Five children from the. had such loyal subjects or so Grange will met tomorrow at Charles Sleg, Mrs, Rmtb'slenholt .
of the Jasmine
Duvall Horn in Glrnwood modeled Circle
ical disease; a dime can mean through the aviation cadet pro. Jew detractors.Moat the Moose Hall, IK W. St. Lewis hits Louis Fnedma:
Mr. and Mrs.. W. H. Abbott clothing which had been ofh.. Garden dub of DeLand
have returned to their home at 50 cups of milk or a months gram. brought to the Ingathering Mr,*. first ladle when they sponsor a rummage sale tomorrow Ave. Kustla, at I P,m. The meetIng Mrs. Charles Sylvester, M
(12 S. Montgomery Ave., after supply of vitamins for a mother His wife Peggy." Is the daughter Whitman read a What J. have left the White House have at the parking ... at Kuk will he preceded by a Donald Brandt and Mrs Rr,
and her child. Your contribution of Mr. and Mrs Hubert E. poem. stepped down but Mrs Kennedy covered dish supper at I:39. All Croua
lands ,
spending the summer months In a Child and Miss Eurett Faber Store, W Euclid; and 5.
will be apppreclated Henderson Sr. W. Euclid Ave. has stepped up to a position Florida Pomona members winning to attend The JWC Is grateful to m
New England. read two which closed Ayes The sale will get
The monthly fellowship supper Peggy and ch: w'elll'f'lllde at 600 poems of eminence that has nothing to will meet at the DeLand hers of the Klwanls Club t
the Mrs Maria nd under way at 7 a m. and will
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAY was held In Fellowship Hall Wednesday W. Rich Ave. program. the Kogle do with politics or power. continue till Chamber of Commerce buildingat their generous contribution |..
Sr. contributed music, I
TO: TUmmmt Dykes, Mildred evening, followed by a How lung this unique positionwill his: pm., tomorrow the party refreshments.
Mn. Alice Col and Mrs. a F.
beppanl Had Bramli Fred Call to Prayer and Self Denial In K.urp be hers It Is bard to predict on a hotel. balcony and draw a

G. RabhMon. David F. Kohlnwa, worship service entitled "Prsy US. ARMY EUROPE (AHTNO Craig of were the refreshments the hottest'which Inch.rle but possibly she will maintain It cheering crowd a woman who 'In

Hobect Ljrmaa Yens, W. i, Without Ceasing," In the sanctuary Douglas M. Pounds son for a long time not through any the minds of her loyal subjectscan
served from bt>.
Rhode Jr.. SATURDAY: Betty This service was given of Mrs Lottie L. Pounds W. were a .utlfuJIy.ppolntf'd great effort on her part. Notbecause do no wrong.
table, Mrs. and Volusia
Jane Brakes, Elizabeth Hllwn. by the Women's Society of Christian Voorhls Ave., was promoted to she seems to have 'filled Even though we take great County
Mrs Runnel P
BIllie Woody Leubie B. CaMibia, Service and the Wesleyan private first clans In Germany Taylor presidedat a void In the minds of Americana Aide In being a democracy -
the silver service.
Elms Mortimer. Peter VtUlettImlth Service Guild where he Is an aricraft mechanicIn both men and women but we nave at last a queen How
--- --
Rev Charles C. Cala. Mrs Gordon Rein gave the the 67th Aviation Co. especially women. Americans long she will reign only time
Call to Worship and Mrs. R. E. Pounds entered the Army In Patriotic IJcrn must have needed i woman to will tellKing's Goes For Burns

QUOTE FOR THE DUI Webber. the Scripture and Mrs. January 1961. He completed look up to to admire without

Lance Hayward the meditations.A basle training at Fort Jackson FRANKFORT Ky. (AP restraint or Vnvy, a woman to
M we advance life, we learn The latest In for Kim-
step safety show them by example, "This Isled
talk on remodeling and repairr.Ing S. C., was last stationed at FortRuckt'r. Beauty Shop
the limits of our abilities. tucky motorists Is a new driver'slicense way a lady behaves; this ls
home mission buildings lathe Ala and arrived overseas
Froude a pt'f'ttyl't'll.' while and! tile a woman of taste entertains It/t1t N. ....4. 1.1t'
United States, Puerto Rice la August 1964. way ,,,.... 734 Nee
blue card Instead of a drab dresses, directs .her life
and the Dominican Republic was The 20-year-old soldier Is a
given by Mrs. Webber and a 1962 gradual of DeLand High photostat copy (this la tile way a woman meets sricuii
WVHNA Directors The Safety Department said life with grsclousness and real $5
talk on the pension fund for national School and attended Daytona $11 WAVI
the cards will be cheaper to for living; this Is what a womancan
woken in fid]! time Chris.ties Beach Junior College
and harder to counter* be her 4 Operators eMs
produce as a person! la OWl
service Mn. Otto MikltU.
Hear Dr. Galloway by After Two Winners felt because of the coloring and right" ""..a..a' KsetsssrfMAM r

The litany was given by Mrs.Rein paper stock. 80 America bat a pI'fIPIe.po ,09ASIT e..0.. $UI -
NEW YORK (AP Seeking State Police said they have pointed queen who caa step out
and the service closed with ,4'l
The first In a series of calendar -
broken three hcennecounter'letting ---
to their double hit tip
the presentation and dedicationof repeat tls
parties to supplement the gifts aad selves and the bonediction achievement In Initial Broadway lings la recent years

funds of the West Velusla Home production the management
If a .bear looks small dont
Nursing Association win held at learn of George W George and shoot It. Any bear less thaa one e

'the home of Mrs. T. T Foley, E Mrs. Forrer SpeaksAt Frank Granat baa another pairof )'ear-old and less than 100 pounds
York Ave., Sixteen
New yesterday shows lined up for premIft'eant fa weight la defined at a cub '

directors of the Associationwere OC Tourist Club season. bear and cube are protected at THE
entertained at a luncheon The sponsor during 1963-'" all times.
preceding the program meeting of "Dylan" and "Any Wednesday ROSS -FLORIDA
Dr. D. V. Galloway, director of ," Introduce "Ben Franklin REMEMBER
Charles of
X Forcer president
the Volusia County Health Department In ParisIn I October, and for
showed picture which the Soroela Cub of Orange City their next presentation have optioned Oil DOM IT BET BARGE

traced civilization back tor thousands was the guest speaker at tile '?he Heat of the Day" I Dtenro mi.... it rr t>**

of years. Views shown Included meeting of the Tourist Cub recently a drama by Irene Fume 'Ad,. :. t tOtk4.
", Mrs. Facer' spoke of
those from the Interior of
he being made by tile CANAL
Caves In the south of Francewhich
club for the construction of a new
were discovered a few
Community Center and said tile
years ago. The pictures revealedwere contributions would be accept Is I o most riant pufcttc worki project
thoM of animals and are A1mnStrhale
able. Sb was accompanied by for tt whichHOLLAND .
believed to be man's first attempt
at writing. The caves are Mn. dare Marshall Sr. andAn. DONT BE AN t
pow a National shrine. Jane Rogers. ;:; Because of his:
Several members announcedthat Flake Cady and Lu* Vaa UNKNOWING DIABETIC *' as** ,
Burger' presented a skit of two : :;'
they were giving calendar ,
parties to aid the Association as sisters from th* a Job In New York; dry.Mrs. .
Mrs.they voiced Foley aid their Dr.appreclattea GaD w to Katherine Aihtoa played; *..rl4 st new knew sbertealar key have Pads..._Dyes..*. Wkal swcsaa a*s they.t M "moIt' tlrtfft' -handedlcur4! lilt first pra.centtruclioii Leadership ..iI" '
fund In the amount af
tor community singing. TIle two fee U eaa a* Mved wi'". plinninc
door prizes plants from th* $205,000 and w.i |Instrumental In *btolnln' ( sit

UDTDDfO LBftABT Sevler gardens were won by If. there b a hMdary.1 UWIes t* yew fan*, approprLilton" of $1 million for the start *f cnttruction Proven Progress

Mrs. Ashtoa and )(no Harry IT aid r.. are everweigM. *r at yea are on the large Canal and now 'n addl .
Books-Gifts Burns. sr*Me4 .f to* fre,,Ml rlulUai ee hat a AdministrationExperience
tionaj ipproprUUwi of *4 miHwfl 'for c* trvctkm. < 15 Year
TIle next meeting win be a covered fair lass *f welrM cheek with ye.e .*ftriam.

Rim & HOWARD dish aupper at Dtcklaso TIM .ar e* year warateslfMb.. .
Memorial Ban Nov. 10 Owe sHatott aM *V*.rta.ee4 esrrlee a In Government
gun 1RI'I'' DTDUJU Library. ..... sleet.i .. at six pjn.Stewart's Florida roods HoUand" tootmued. .
ftutflc M the Barf Canal It a aluabl I. asset Pull Down Lever 3A t
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j\= Sun News Choices: "We Hod.. Such Lovely Days;' Together', !*, '" : I J, READER'S FORm, I'! '. 1 j jTM Like Backs Grandpa Demos ,

DLn Sun NM w.lctm.. Kttcit ,...'" H. ru..r. en public.M.Ie.
Odham For ': The' Aim* .l tk. writer mud tw .>*...* and lee .*.>.... |,...... The Editor Sun News:
Registrar :di"" <,. ;" Mr rearm thl riht I* awl ttnmrt wen. ttt *.r.t In length. ...
.. .......,1 I* ensure .r tftilln, in. ........1\,... '.tll.r Man tuMtt IUIMI .r. In this time of atom and
: ,1 nit .....toltl.. In pane ....,....., in* ......* and ("firm I0 ,h. wrap will stress. I thought perhaps a re.
11. Jacobs For CommissionerOf '1:} J: t*, kut th.y muil 1M kmwn to tht t* w. cent letter from my grandson,

I ') .....? -- who was 8 last JIM and Is In

book The nonpartisan National fourth grade might! Oft ttM spirit
,, all the county public office there U >Hfcitis D.S.N. Reader Committee for Committed Re. and also bring tend recoft-ctton

important to the people as that of SupervU aponslbillty says, "A more flagrant of Grandpa (Phillip) Buck

of Registration. The title itself is a mother ). E r, 4r Replies Over quoted and material dishonest would misuse be hard of was Grandpa a graduate Buck of a Stetson Marylander Law,

because the supervisor handles not only voter !! to Imagine." This report concludes School and was De-Land's city

registration but the Conduct: of elections. ? by saving this "book Is, attorney In the 1920s! lie was
A6E. Book at best, an Incredibly poor Job one of the first commanders of
Katherine S. Odham has served Is supervisor CliargcEditor
of research and documentation, the American Legion here lie
.f registration for eight yean with such distinction ; and at worst a deliberate! hoax was called to Washington to take

that her office operation are cited li I Sun News: and a fraud" charge of litigation In the NRAIn
The moot paradoxical aspect 1ST4.:\ After that demise, he
the Stormer and
model throughout of Stormer'S book Is that It went to the Federal Trade Com,
Haley books reader
a stated In
The reasons are apparent. She ebeyl the this column that my colleagues actually aids and abets the Communist mission where he set up the Fair

l letter and the spirit of the election laws la an and I "have probably given the cause Instead of fighting Trade Practice Art then bream
two books It. The Commiinlsts are vitallyinterested chief counsel for the Federal
honest fair and efficient manner. cursory examinationor
else have read a few In in precisely what this Alcohol Administration Most of
Her office Is operated on a non-partisan, them." Someone elite can pages now book does. They want to undermine throe regulations are used today

basis and every candidate and elector is treated repeat this statement and cite the faith of the American In order to campaign for
ai his source "The DeLand Sun people in Us leaders In government Roosevelt In 1940 Phillip Buck
with the same courtesy. News, October 27 19C4. p. 4". If and society They want to resigned from government work
As State President of the Supervisor ot a dozen other writers then beginto sow seeds of distrust and cast and opened his own law office In

Registration and an active member of the FlorIda cite each other, the Hit of footnotes fear and suspicion.Americana Washington. He was assistant

Interim Election Laws Study Committee, would Indeed aeem Impressive. believe In honesty treasurer to the National Dnno
But even if It covered and fair play. Democracy Is not crane Party for both campaigns
she has shown l leadership in seeking revision and half the page: it doesn't alter served nor Is Its shortcomings of 1940 and 1944 with headquarters

clarification of the election laws. one basic fief: The statement inCompletely corrected by slanderous attacks In New Yoik.
false. and by Impugning the motives of He was elected president of
other services
She has provided many honorable men. If this nation Stetson Alumni In 1946 and while

the people. Among: these are conducting elections which This Stormer ls only one employs.of the trlcka Over ever loses its greatness, it will on a fund,raising trip for Stetson,

for the students at the various colleges and '75 of his citations are from result from our willingness to became ill In New York and
sacrifice truth for died In !In
Washington January
expediency, ,
high schools in the county, for the state meetings sources that have as little regard honor for personal gain, and Integrity 1947.
for the truth as he. The
of Future Farmers and other organizations. She for deceit. Here Is the letter from my
Congressional Record Is cited 63
checks: the eligibility of all signers on petitions. }. times This by Itself Is Insufficient Morality la not fostered by Immorality grandson David Jowphson, from
and truth Is the cornerstone Stony Creek Conn.:
Untold hundreds of people are now r ceivlnttnclalleCurity ; L4.- D ai almost' anything can be! of a moral society. "Dear Grandma Buck
Inserted 'In the CR. It dependson
: or other retirement checks because x who Is being cited. Stormer R. B. Morland Look Inside this letter. You

she hu taken the trouble to research old voting seldom says. Reliance on Senate will find a bunch of "LBJ FOR
TIlE USA" letter stickers.
records to establish their and Howe hearings can also be They
age. Reader HitsComments are in honor of Grandpa Buck.
mltileadlng. The purpose of a
There can be no government "of the people, hearing li to obtain testimonyon Ma told me all about the Democratic

by the people and for the people" it registrationand all sides of an issue and from party, and I am highly
.. T_ favorable for It. I have "JOHN
elections are not honestly administered. all types of people Moreover, the In' SON FOR PRESIDENT" atlck-
final report can say anything the
Without reservation we recommend the re- WASHINGTON MERRY.o-nOUND until Its too late what friend members want to say Mr. era and Johnson and Humphery
Katherine as of h* ha antagonized or neglected. Stormer (sic) pins and stickers. I enjoy
election of Odham Supervisor falls to distinguish) Board
Florida right now la rift with.Interparty tween supported and unsupported Clip wearing them I gave a coupleof '
Registration.The Democratic atrlft. testimony.A Goldwater guys a blast. They I

Roosevelt Seen AbsentAs Elliott Roosevelt, a relative new footnote does nothing more Editor Sun News: ran. See ya soon! David" I
Volusia Commissioners exert comer, won ao amazing electionthis Mrs Phillip E. Buck
County than tell the reader where he
year when h* beat out a In the Sun News of Oct. 4 In
tremendous power over the taxes and daily lift large field of old,Una Democrats can find certain ml trlall. It Is the column "The Editor's Clip

of the citizens of the county. to become Democratic National the source lUelf which must be Board" reference was made to a
LB Arrived In examined Is it reliable, authentic question recently raised by a'
J Jax CommlUteman. HU: chief
Each their influence] expands as more opponent
year Jimmy James, was J'"- and credible? Is the person citizen over the contribution of Today In
new departmental service agencies corrii under puted to have spent $185,000 in saving what the author the city commission to the chamber -
claim? Here" Is where Mr.Slorm'r' .
commerce which contribution
their controL the campaign He lost; even -

This year's county commission budget is AT DREW PEARSON aboard till Roosevelt train and with the backing of GeorgeSmathers short When. "documentation"ha does bother falls to the purpose Is supposed of advertising to be made and for History

JACKSONVILLE Four h* was elected to Congress to and Smathers was cite the
more than $4.5 million Each commissioner also ultimate source, the publicizing the city of DeLand.
out to defeat Elliott.
years ago whn a Senator from fill the unexplred term of Rep. evidence is often heresay. An The editorial referred to the
has sole control of the distribution of the special Texas named Lyndon B. Johnson James Buchanan.. That began But having won Elliott found example Is the statement attributed raising of this question as nr The AinoelitM fr**.
road taxes collected within his district. was campaigning for Vic LBJ'a real start in politics himself on the sideline At the to FDR about his "Com "plcayunlsh." Today it Friday, Oct. 30. the
Volusla'a 1 the DeLand. President he arrived at Jscksoa- Earlier Elliott and Lyndon Atlantic City convention Florida munist friends" Investigation 304th day of 1964. There art 63
In West District
villa airport and found it il-I Johnson had become acquaintedwhile Democrats led by the handsome ahows that this was from an This question was raised by day left in the year.
Lake Helen and DeLeon Springs-Seville special most deserted. Only one faithful speaking at a political and astute Sen Smothers, article written by former Rep the citizen on the night of Sept.. Today's highlight In history
road Districts produce almost a half-million dol. Democrat was out to meet him rally la Texas In the 1932 election proceeded to give the new Democratic Martin Dies which was InsertedIn 14. There appeared in the Orlando On this date !In 1908, Mrs Wll-
Sentinel the following slam Astor died her
at home at
lars. Election of commissioner to administer -B. L. Brown Subsequently, Elliott Introduced National Committeeman the Record: by Rep. Velde. In
a morning an editorial wherein J43 Fifth Avenue, New York.
ThU week when the enema Lyndon to his father, who the runsiound. After an II other cases, namely the references
all West Mayor Bob Carr of Orlando la Her passing marked the end ofa
these funds is of prime importance to
It the Elliott much
Lyndon Johnson arrived appointed the gangling young lot too publicity, to Sherwood and Schle
quoted part "Mayor Bob Carr IOcl.I'dynasty.On .
Voluslans. lame airport as President of Texan National, Youth Administrator he might decide to run against singer, the authors are" saying has the Idea that the Chamberof this date
Jacobs SO DeLand tha United States, several' thou. for TsxgJ1. Smathers for the Senate. When exactly the opposite of what
Candidate Hubert H. In
Commerce operations should 1751 orator, dramatist ..nd.Ialsm.n
and war out to meet him aadmor "Durin, the war," recalls the machinery for running the Stormer contends. .
has submitted a program which makes good ( than 40000 jammed In Elllottt "I wan home on leavewhen Democratic campaign In Florida Many organizations, Includingthe Its be entire streamlined contributions somewhat from that the born In Richard Ireland Sheridanwas

business sense He proposes to hold public )hearings Hemming Park to hear him father was trying to decide was finally set up, Elliott Methodist Church have city should be spent for advertising In 1882, Adm. William Hatov
; what do about of the found himself given the hum- made careful studies of this
ppak.1I0w.v.r to some
to determine priority for building or repairing and promotion and that its was born; he died In 1959.
the one man who Congressmen who were on duty drum Job of touring the Halt la 1891: the Columbian
of roads, creation o It a countywide pool ha Johnson and who made headlines during the ordinary operating expensenshould Exposition
_, 4 com out to greet overseas" Including Lyndon making speeches. be met through member closed In Chicago
for road-building equipment and an accountingt6 four yssrs ago, was not among 'You should bring him
the taxpayers on where their money went and the Invited guests All sorts ol H* could be much more" President Johnson was due to Against this, Pepper, now a The editorial agreed with the bloodless capture of Rome was
dignitaries crammed the bandstand useful !In Washington,' I advised. arrive ,In Florida this week, member of the House ofRepresentatives sentiment expressed by Mayor completed and ha became: premier .
how much it cost to build each road. behind the President and "But now that he's President," Elliott got an urgent request to put his foot Carr, in fact the editorial stairs of Italy.

He advocates central purchasing in the commission were Introduced t* lake a bow. mused Elliott "I can't even get make torn speeches In Ken down. In one sentence "take the chamber la 1941, an Army Air Fore

office, creation of a, planning and development But Johnson's earlier, faithful: him on the phone tucky. He answered the call Meanwhile Frank Smothers of commerce out of politics" bomber landed at Washington,
rooter was not among tham. Elliott referred to the fact was not in Florida to see the complained' privately because! Would you contend that Mayor completing a record 'round .
department to include county-wl4e Local leaders crossed him ofj that when h* was In Washington man whom he had put aboardhis Pepper was Invited to a luncheon Carr was being "plcayunlsh" In world flight, covering 24,700

zoning, development of tourism, agriculture and the list. thla month ht had asked to se* father's train In Texas la party to promote Interama. raising this question or that the milet. r

Industry and conservation of our natural re In 1937 when a young Texan the President, but was told by 1937 Then Just before President editor of the Orlando Sentinelwas Ten years ago-President El
named Johnson wanted to get one of the young blades around FLORIDA W1RE.PU.LZ G Johnson ..rrl'td.84on.. Smathers digging deep for an Issue senhower announced' the nlted
sources. aboard the the Whit House, "Wslt until Biggest piece of political called Governor Fan-Is Bryantto when he endorses the raining of States would send morel' than
Recognizing the public: role of a commissioner ,special train after the election. W* can't gravy over which Democratsare arrange an Interama' meeting the question? $18 million worth of surplus

Jacobs has stated that"no county commission ot 14testdentFranklin afford to antagonize George scrambling In Florida ItInterama. without Including Its two earliwt. Daytona Beach! ,several years foods to Europe to aid victims
D. Smathers" a cultural and economic promoters, Pepper and Sen. Hol ago had passed (In the legislature of summer flood
er gives you any roads or services you need. Your Roosevelt en- This referred to the (fact that exhibit tlmllar to the land. an act providing for the Five years" ago- Twe tY'lbr

taxes buy and pay for them." route through the White House start' with er New York World't Fair to be Into this swamp of political creation ot an advertising tax persons were killed In the crash

He has pledged a business-like administration Tx'romArIIlIU without the knowledge of the established permanently In rivalry gingerly stepped LyndonB. district. The act states that the of a Piedmont Airlines DC3
Ps.i.h President has been leaningover North Biscayne Bay. Johnson this week lie had money raised must be spent exclusively near Charlottesville, Va. '
of his office to provide the maximum services phoned backward to butter up the For a long time claude Pepper some Inkling of the Jealousies for advertising and One year ago Algeri) and

for the minimum taxes. He has also pledged Elliott Roost- orIe"pow'rlul, now waning Junior one time Senator from Involved. promotion for such things aa Morocco In agreed to a cea fire

that if property assessments art .increased, he a ". Senator from Florida, who once Florida, defeated by hla young "Claude Pepper hu talked tome newspaper adva r 11 s I a g. billboards Intervention their border of dispute though
u "I'm running packed a lot of weight In Washington protege Smathers has been about this almost every day" radio TV, magazines Selamle Emperor t0ie
will reduce the millagea proportionately.Aa In a special rtAMON: as a result of a clone promoting this project. H* and said the President. "The Senators and so on. None of the funds go of Ethiopia.

a successful dairyman, Jacobs knows what election for friendship with the late John F Sea. Spes ard Holland worked have had It on the top of toward financing the roicin Silver was once used pal asa

It takes to put efficiency in private business, and Congress down her," the young Kennedy hard to chang the 14 Housing their list But whett'a Dante work of the chamber of com monetary standard and ascoratlve \eo
Texan said "and I need your POIJTICO PRISONER Act so as to permit sn J18,!500.000 He referred to Dante Fascell. merce. metal, but lately Inet t.
he believes the same principles art applicable help. If I tea gtt aboard your The
to government business. father's train, It will be a big the fact that every President, Administration. from Miami. and its passage by the legislature la induatry. Th ahoy metal I I4i
We believe Jacobs offers a constructive program booat." on campaign trips, t I. a prisoner But now that Interama is "Dante had better come inhere "picayunlnhT" major Ingredient In making ph\
Elliott got young Johnson of local politico, seldom knowsdoeant definitely\ within sight, tile ." continued the President Your editorial of Oct. 4 also tographic film. Silver's conduct!
and his election as District 1 county commissioner ---- ------------ Sma tiler. brothers-the Senator "He's done more than almost state that the citizen who vity and resistance to corroslo|

will best serve the interests of all Charge m* for it The ether day h* knocked on and his banker brother Frank anyone else to get this across." raised this question In DeLand make it valuable la the t1
In to take over The President was doing his was digging deep for aa issue."
Vftlualano. my door Wb'lIl.nlwred it he asked m* If I was alone are moving tronks field
I asked him why he wanttd to know and h* said ha gets They want to replace Interama beat to make everyone happy. Seems to me that you were
lonesome wh.a h* delivers la this area because It is arural chairman Dr. Irving Muskat But ha didn't succeed. The Inter.ama digging deep for something to' a question of this nature by
Peek the Senator's project lant even la DaattFaseell's criticize and fill your column Citizen as being "
with Scott "plcayunlsh
route, and h* wanted to know If h* could eat his
Is Washington district. whea you refer to the raising *( L.B.Mafl
lunch with m* oa my porch. I have seen him eating bin
MAX IAT. ,. lunch U ais truck while 1 eat mine la the kitchen. H* --

caa see m* through the window Would It be wrong form Not t BJB By FsUNX VHaUl \

to invite him to eat kit Poach with m*. H* seems __ _
1 such a riles I man.. ,-' I
PrivacyDcsu"cd II
TKA a DOl-BTITLl S. rat, ad yen Mew abet him
la wen h* la generana, town sal tsl ra>>*< I* ,... waj

I b IM snarrMr II... den, let him i4 say raammler..
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DEAR ABBY: I have two problems One when I
'd"- lake my wilt to work In tie morning the teaches. school +

DEAR ABBT Do you think It la lair for a school she doesn't let m. klsa her for fear someone the. works e Ii4 I, I
to flv a girt aa "F" If she rennet to take a shower laUM with| might.. her, I say to heck with them She la my 1 eD
I nude with tight other girl and the gym teacher stud wit aid M la only a peck: oa the cheek. Second, w.\-. t l
log then* watching? I raised my daughter to be mod**!, been married almost a year and she still refuses to us* n t dash

and I don't think the school hu any right to try to changeher my sane She goes by "Miss a* though the were tingle.I ---
upbringing this respect Our schools have money was bona la New Yak and ha\t lived her all my life. '
TH* rUMTSTONEt l1 -aunu I
for everything else. They didnt ask the taxpayers II Many Immigrant Puerto Rlcaaa 11III.* same same i _
thy wanted lounges for the teachers they just went and I think that Is what bothers her She ls putting IM I
ahead through graduate school so naturally I dent want to i 2T 9 tJOI' ]laST 'you CAN'r aMK6 T14ERF THAi"a rfSET'T6Rt
and built them. I think a few showers with curtains HER 5TOV..St1Ctl.
or doors should b* provided for the child who has upset anything by, making any demands right sow CanO S++E 51.ICtcs AIL GET FRUSTRATED! NEVER GLTtwgr
btta taught at horn to keep her body sacred. I would ) n adttsa SM? / MtfJt pP.erlRth! ct.FAr4!
Ua some comment' ea this from you aid ells prate WTTUHOU MY KAMID&U :
.. wTmUBi TM #.. aaytaf thai place y.qvUo

out MOTHWS vej t > la pas TM theaagt **.... .la a* ,aaltteaito fi fiV fiv
DEAR VOllEt nit etaplaJuU ha base vet*** latry *-*** may ....... rlghl .*.rTMwir emlaj*t la tAOOratot Su,

...... baler .y ,.,.... aUI Mernlves. hMasl w ,.. reatnlal II.. **. Perhaps lee ear t

I I atM with ,... I........ thai fay .pUU* wO wen .. ma w 114wla afire.1aJ-W...4t eoN *. ..
few late 4* .* achMl ......., ass H MMM to Sa* Oil
.... .iraAgonaals MuU h. aaait tut aM ahlUraa. wMtbttot ''w..xnBarnu, to uuoc w mucttt it aa I

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power to ,..! tars ... w ....
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DEAR: ABBTt I am 2t.! single and (fm told) alma Troubled Writ to ABBT. Boa O700, Lot Angela, e/lrW. ..V
Uva. I have a little problem with my mllkinaa. lie has Calif. For a personal reply tsKioM a stamped telladdmtad -

often left me more milk thaa I hAve asked lot aid la tavtley.

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DeLand Needlework Guild to Y .1 V tr,

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Holds Annual Ingathering .,ewJ


The annual !Qathotiftt! for ;e
the Needlework Guild drcto lathe
DcLand Lake Helen, Orange Plain, (JTft J'olul a J

City and DeBary area took Y

place yesterday afternoon at the Hospital Record

r First Presbyterian Church In TM ".".",1". ....rII. nrym t"a

.: DeLand.. Approximate!/ 1.313i the Inset l Dtland k...iiiii tun wary Nave etetlvtd Udayl ty

article were displayed on tables
.., i and rack which Included cloth. I, Fifth, "Memorial ice

.. ryt a J''' ,- ... .. I log both handmade and purchased I ADMKMONS!
Jl1I I
/\0 ; for school children baby I Cadet William David Ansley,
,,' :-. .. I. A. layette and garments for pa Jo'orilia Military Sch.xJ, Unit I, 1 1, 1i
..t 'ot'",!'".. : ; t. '" r' -....0 ,. I tlonts in the nursing dome One Mrs. Marie!! Swanbeik, Lutheran i ? w
dtlti'a+..1M) fr;: i I -"" ...\, ++&Y'/iu'ltS.1: 11/r: +tr. L. : Guild member had'fonde 15 Retirement Center, t'nlt U. ,1

lap robe using two- and a half 1 DIHMIVSAI.H '
Tea Time Needlework Guild Ingathering Inch squares which the bad Rufus Kfeskln Miwre, DeLeon 6

sewed together by hand. Spring: Mrs Sash Compton
The builnei meeting was conducted I 1 M\er. Nassawadox \'..; Ben Slim, elegant Uaea will play an lanpartaat role 1m lathi** for faH. Th titter fit It sees
The DeLtnd Branch of the ,Needlework Guild of America held one of the moat luceetuful Inv by Mrs. Arthur Cinder, : Mlotkowskl. Orange City, ta ticS walkl* ; dress (left) doe .y Geofrey Beat tm cherry red, aft teirared wl
fathering In the history of the organization The annual event was held yesterday In the Fellow- I president of the Needlework. WV Memorial tweed trey ..".... Oily detail fat Oil etara ta welting ea the yoke which tmtbraei
ship Room at the First Presbyterian Church, Members! of the guild work throughout the year preparing Guild In the DeLand area Local :I ADlllSglONB dews the tack. Tk. dress It draaaaUaed fcy a huge self ttele. Teal Tratna't rcfenlbl fad *

for the project of providing children elderly people, the hospitalized, and the needy with new directors for this area were announced I Michael Gantklewlcx. 320 E. seal CM! If UxMwclxkt British wool (right) ta wen with a twt-jktt elongated c1Dr.
clothing You may !become a member! of the Guild by giving two or more Identical articles of clothing a* follow: Mn. George Reresford Ave.; Han Borchard, w ntd draaa.

or household linen a )year to the organization Pictured above left to right Mrs B p, Craig Andrew Mn E. J. Morehoun, I' Orange City; Stephen H. Cole

aervtng It the coffee table Mrs. Edward J. Morehous, Orange City, and Mrs H R. Kellle Winter Mra E, J, Forbes from DeBary, lOOT N. Alabama Ave; Mr.
Park, state chairman and vice president of the national group and an unidentified guest Sun Nee Wood who la In Morandy L. DeLeon
Staff Photo) and Mrs L T. Kennedy Howell Will DeLand Club JWC Members
charge of the Memorial Table Spilngs.IHSMKHAIJI; .
The following slate of officer
"'- --. were presented by the nominating Charles L. Conn, Route three; Speak At,Meet Of
OC Church
committee the chairman Mrs Mrs. Joanne Poalle. 601 Marion Bridge Scores Sponsor Parties

Social Notes. J Volusians i Harry O. Ken ford, Mrs Arthur Court; Mn. Esther Walter, St. Barnabas Guild

Events Listed Q Candler president; Mrt. William Barl\l'rvlll. Mn. George Peanall directed
B P.dgf'lt11 president; For Two GroupsTwo
and Comments In Service Mrs Ethel TIer, secretary: and Position Dr John Edmund Howell. paitor the 10 table of duplicate bridge

ORANGE CITY At last J j Mit. W. D. Riley, treasurer Unique of the First Baptist Church, In play at the DeLand Bridge Halloween parties weroipohaored

Sunday'a evening service sponsored Mr*. Cardiff Introduced Mrs will be the guest speaker at the dub yesterday afternoon at the I
O.lnf awiyT Having guests members of the
Int.rtamingT Teases .. and by the Wesleyan Service Complete C'oune Charles Klng bury who explained Held dessert meeting of the St. Barns Deerfoot Rd. Clubhouse. by
ether p.reonaI Items a.. .r Inter. Guild of the Orange City Methodist the work. and needs of the By Queen has Guild, St. Barnabas Episcopal North south winner wens Mr DeLand Junior Woman' dub
set I* Sun Nw' r....... w..t BALBOA Canal Zone Captain ,
,. .. Church Mn. Leslie F. Visiting Nurse Association which Church 1 recently At Sunland Cottage,
Cl call In your ....0".1 John A. Bo 'les. arm of Mr. at 1:30: p.m Nov. and Mn. Norman Meyer tied
t. Mildred Muter. Wtmiii a Dyer conducted the devotional > la one of the new agencies toreceive In the parish house at the church. Calneivllle, each guest wa
JiUr. .Please. dill 714 J'41.Mn. service and Mrs Lance Hayward and Mn. John L. Bolei, W articles contributed by Without Crown Dr. Howell la the texenthspeaker with Charles Daglla and SemisWeeks
nested with fall ThO
Ohio Ave., ha completed the for first Mr. and Mn. a corsage
reviewed the ;
book "ThisRocket the Needlework Guild members I In a series on ecunemlcal ,
Mary Leary and Mrs. Called Freedom." Mrs. U.S. Air Force Southern Commend Mn William Riley explained I Mn Arthur Wheatley. third; Mr, A. Cottage was' appropriately decorated
KITH MIUFTTNewopaper year arranged by ,
it'SAFSO In seasonal color,
Daphne Brewnell attended the Cordon Brokenshlre showed col. ) Tropic Sur.vival the significance ef the Memorial I Andrew 0. o.lOn.nd Mn. Ruth Watt, I com
Anna. George .
tnterprlne program .
School at Albrook AFE, plots with 'Jack of a a t erasewUchea
luncheon meeting of the Colonial or slide of Tanganyika Canal Zone Table display which had been attracttvely I No matter which candidate' He I la a graduate of Stetson fourth. and goblin Member
I.t.w..t: winner wen! Mn.
Dame of the 17th Last Thursday evening 13 decorated by Mn. L. wife become our next blest' University receiving a HD .
Century onTuesday I taking part were Mn. Erie n.l1.It'n.
Bole l Driver and Mn. David
Capt. commander of .1 Doyle
members of the Methodist Men T. Wood. Articles placed on Lady It I le beginning to teem degree; from Yale Divinitychord
Mri Donald Brandt, JoIn
at the Country Club of Air Rescue Service lint Mrs Frank Holderand
Unit at Singer
Club attended the District Methodist an this table are those given In obvious that the will.: In 'many $ with a Pup degree.andPule ; ; Barbara Sullivan and Mn.
Oilando.Mr. Men'* dub dinner meetIng Laughlln AFB, Tex, wa trainedIn memory of a member who has ways, be Second Lad< ?, bectuve r>er jtya| a ihcheellerDoctoral Mri. Charles llauell. second Richard Itagitrom

and Mr*, fharle* McGUI In First Methodist Church, sunlval.escape, evasion, and Jungle died during the past year. Mrs American, for the Stint time, Fellow: I In Religion, I II* I third, Mr Mn.and Marjorie Mrs E.Hard M. Hlnkle and, The special clauea at George
DeLand. Clifford Coomba Will a former assumed duties ;
are planning to leave tomorrow Dr. J. Ollle! Fdmunds have a queen. In DeLand In Mark School were driven to
to spend the weekend In Galnetvllle. president of Stetson Unlvenlty, The school aupport the USAF. member thus remembered The queen without a crown July of 13! Mrs Elsa tinkles, fourth. Deep River Ranch, and given a
They will attend the Florida was guest\ speaker.The SO Command mission of adminIkterlng Mr*. II. H. Kellle, state aouth- I II Jacqueline Kennedy whose Hostesses will be Mrs Mary i The next duplicate bridge tour of the ranch and chicken
special training and era director, Winter Park, spoke Uary. Mn DuVal Mn. game will be at T:30: tonight atthe I
Hugh ,
-Auburn Football Game and children of the Sunday subjects are ao admiring so clubhouseOrange farm. Returning; to the home of
Deerfoot Road
enroute home will visit the horse school will be coming to door military assistance program in briefly commending ),11'.. Cam loMil, ID. deveoted that ihedoeunt J. O, Rlrhardwm hits J. E. I Mn. Mel Ott. S. University
farm In Ocala.Congratulations. this afternoon and evening with Latin American countries.The her and her coworkers In the need a crown to set her Summeililll Mn E. J. More Circle, the group, with their
or.nee-color carton asking for Captain, a graduate of Needlework Guild for their work apart and aboe.Whatever boos will give the devotional and Illottom teachers Mn. Francis Clifton

are being received '"Treat or Trlekt" for UNICEF. DeLand High School, received this yearThe the aa)'i, or does or Mri. John Gallup, president, will I and Mr. James Clement,'were
today by Mr. and Mra. This project 1* sponsored locally his BS degree from the University program which followedthe wean' I II not only newt but Itregaided preside, Pomona Meeting I entertained at a Halloween
Slow Brenda, S. Orange Ave., by the United Church Women of Florida. He entered the business meeting was In at Irreproachable.Few -- I luncheon party Acting aa boat

on the occasion of their 32nd A nickel buy penicillin to cure Air Force In October 193J and charge of Mn. France Whitman crowned queens have ever Rummage Salt Oi'ing hlossom PomonaGrange asses for the day were Mr. Ott,

wedding anniversary. two children of a crippling trop wa commlasloned In 1951 Five children from the. had such ;lo>al subject or to will meet tomorrow at Mn Charles Sleg Mrs Rob,itl I
Mr. and Mrs. ical disease; a dim can mean through the aviation cadet pro. Duvall Home In Glenwnod modeled few detractor Member of the Jasmine Circleof the Moos Hd1,111 W St. Lewis' ",nholt, Mrs Louie )"rtedmalMra.
W. Abbot
have returned to, their R.home at! 50 cups of milk or a month gram.HI ,i clothing which had been Mont first ladles when they the Garden. dub aal of Ie DeLand. Av*.. Kuatls, at I p m. The meeting Charles" 1)1"ler..I. 1'10
(12 S. Montgomery Ave., after supply of vitamins for a mother wife, Pefgv. I II the daughter brought to the Ingathering Mil have left the Whit House have sponsor a rummage tomorrow wW beW by a Donald Brandt and Mra. Rir.Crouav. 1
the and her child. Your contribution of Mr. and Mn Hubert E. Whitman read a poem, Mhnl to i stepped down but Ml'*. Kennedy at the parking lot at Kiikland covered dish upper at I:SO. All .
spending summer month In .
New England.HAPPY will be apppreclated Henderson Sr., W. Euclid Ave, a Child and Mia' Eurett Faberread ha* stepped up to a poaltlon Store W Euclid and S. Pomona member ,,1l1lnllo attend The JWC I* gialeful. to m
Florida Ave The tale will
The and children two poems which rioted get will the DeLand ben of the Kiwanis Club I
monthly fellowship supper Peggy reside at 600 of eminence that has nothing to meet at
BIRTHDAY TODAY was held In Fellowship Hall Wednesday W. Rich Ave. the progiam. Mn. Harland Kogle do with politic or power I under way at 1 a.m. and willrontlnuo Chamber of Commerce buildingat their generous contribution W

TO: EJrrmad Dyke Mildredftheppard. evening, followed by a Sr. contributed the music, How long this unique poaltlon till. J.I3: p,m. tomorrow. the party refreshment.
Linda Brandt Fred can to Prayer and Self Denial 1* Europe: Mn Alice Cole and Mra. B. F. will be hen It 1 II hard to predict, oa a hotel balcony and draw a
G. Robinson, David F. Roblniwi, worship service entitled "Pny U.S. ARMY EUROPE (AHT- Craig were the hosteaies hich.rle but possibly she will maintain It ..h..rtn'rrowd. a woman who In
Robert Lymaa Cm. W. J. Without Ceasing" In the sanctuary NC* Douglas M. Pounds, ion of the refreshments which for a long time, not through any the minds of her loyal aubjecti
Rhode Jr., SATURDAY: Betty' This service war given of Mn. Lottie 1.. Pound, W were served from a beautifully great effort on her part. Not can do ao wrong Volusia
Jam Probes, Ellzabf'tlt'U_, by the Women's Society of Christian Voorhl Ave, wit promoted to appointed. table. Mn. Craig andMn. because.. the teems to have filled Even though we take great County
Billie. Woody. Louise B. Canhloa Service and the Wesleyan I private lint clan In Germany Russell P Taylor presidedat a void In the; mind of American pride In being a democracy -
the silver service.
EWe Mortimer, Peter WIUeM Service Guild. where he I* an arlcraft' mechanicIn *, both men and women but ** have at last a queen How
Smith, Bev. Clarke C. C.... Mn. Cordon Rein gave the the (7th Aviation Co. especially women. American long she will reign only time
Call to Worship and Mrs R. E. Pound entered tile Army la Patriotic licensee must hate needed a woman to will tell. ,Goes For Burns

qCOTE FOR THE DAYS Webber the Scripture and Mn. January I9&&. He completed look up to, to admin without
Lance Hayward the meditations basic training at Fort Jackson, FRANKFORT" Ky. AP) restraint or envy, a woman to
M we advance in life we learn A talk and S. C. last The latest step In safety for Kentucky show tht"11by example. "Thl II I
the limit of our abilities on remodeling repairlog was stationed at Fort King's Beauty Shop or**
home mission building In Rocker, Ala. and arrived over- motorists It a new driver'slicense the way a lady behavti; this lath
Froude the United States, Puerto Rico seta la August 1964. a pretty red white and way a woman of last* entertain ItSn., 51vd. ,. Ja4.Inewe,... lat.'spreen. )
and the Dominican Republic wee The 30-year-old soldier It a blue card Instead of a drab *. dresses direct her life; \

given by Mn. Webber, and a 1962 graduate of Dt>Land High photostat copy. this It the way a woman meets PICULI
WVHNA Directors talk on the pension fund for national School and attended Daytona The Safety Department said life with graciousne and seat $10 WAY $5
worker in full Urn Chris- Beach Junior College. the carda will be cheaper to for living; this I* what a woman
,I tan service by Mn. Otto MikUla. produce and harder to counterfeit can be a* a person la her own 0 4 Operators. : W
Hear Dr. Galloway Alter Two Winner because of the coloring and right" N. A,sJBiin.(t MMsary .

The Diary wat given by Mn. paper' stock 80 America hat I people appointed SHAMPOO i SIT $1.11

The lint In a series of calendar Rein and the service closed with NEW YORK AP) Seeking State Police laid they have queen who caa step out
; the presentation and dedication to repeat their double hitschlevemeat broken tip Wire license-counter
parties to lupptemeat the of fills and selves aDd th. benediction. la Initial Broadway felting ring la recent yean.
funds of the West Vomits Home
production, the managementteam
If a bear took small don'tahoot t.
Nursing Association war held ate N
of George W, George and
It. bear lees than
oneyearold -
the home of Mn. T. T. Foley E. Mrs. Forrer Frank Cranat baa another pairof
SpeaksAt and less than 100 pound
New York Ave. yesterday Sixteen show lined up for premier*
la It defined cub
weight as a
directors of the Aasoclatlon text ..._. THE
OC Tourist Club
bear, and cub an protected at
wen entertained at a luncheon The
sponsor during
I all time. Jrs
the meeting CROSS-FIORIDA
preceding program ORANGE cmr Mn. "Dylan" sad "Airy Wednes
Dr. D. V. Galloway director of Introduce
day. Franklin
Charles" X. Forrer of REMEMBER
I ,the Volusia County Health Department president In. Partsla October and for
I showed picture which the Soroala dub of Orange Qty, their next presentation lave optioned CUI DOM IT BMTOKEUTI BARGEO!
war the at th
guest speaker *
faced civilization back for thousands ''Th Ileat of the Day," CKL: Dee II Fee r-
meeting of the Tourist dub recently s
of )'ean. View shown Included a drama by Irene Kaunp. c.Ape>
Mn. Forrer of
those from the Interior of spoke ,
Cave la the south of Franswhich the progress being made by tile CANAL J
were discovered a few club tor the construction of a new
Community Center and said tile)
yean those ago. The of animals picture revealedwen and are contribution would be accept'<< It) amour the moat recant public WOf'U\ projocU I

believed to be man' lint attempt able She was accompanied by for the Stato to which Dt....

at writing. The cave ..naO'f Mn. Clare Marshall Sr. and DON'T BE AN his
Mn. Jaae
a National shrine Roger ::: Because :
Several member announcedthat Eloise Cady and r.u. Van UNKNOWING DIABETIC HOLLANDalmott .
calendar Burger presented a skit of two '.' -
they were giving Integrity
parties to aid the Association mi sisters from tile country looking Tfcer see MMT thai M mltltesi. ,*.,!. I* the %+
they voiced their appreciation' to for a Job fat New York Qty werU. sow .....11I, their eves Nuos1 tf "
)!ra. Kaihertoe Aahton played i4ngj,-handedly secured the first ertconttrucHon > !
Mn. Fairy zed Dr. Galloway.LBTDDIO ds set brew they hen diabetes. libel a "" 7I Leadership
for community tinging TIle two far U taa b* lived with planning' funds In the aflMtirrt *f
door prize. plant from die $203,000 and wt Inttrumerrtal, In obtaining" M
uaa.a.rBooks Sevtor garden, were won by If her* as a hteteey ef 4laale ha year fta*. appropriation/ ; of $1 million for the start of tenitrudion Proven Progress
Mn. Albino and Mn. Harry By so* T.* see 1--. *e If pea see the Canal' and now sun additional .
J Barge
I Gifts Bura TMbted ar toe rr.- .......* er. ka** at
appropriation of M million 'for comtrvc 15 Year Administration
.... .
\ Th nest meeting wQ be a covered pick f wrlfkl cheek with peen ar*
REEVE & HOWARD dUb supper! at DUMaaan tlrlask flaw way .* year wanlaf alfute.O lion.
Memorial Library Ban Nov. 10 e aVabett. aU Vn.... earrte a eeao In Government
m war ITOUXA at aU. pjtt.Stewart's fleW stork ef awNUetoM aM steer _ft. The larso Canal' h another boot for ilsrlda's. Experience
oconomy. Florid needs HolUn i corrtmuotl .hvfluonco
*) II the large Canal to a valuable/ ) asset Pull Down Lever 3A .

1'01.DOCTfJ& CAV rslOVC It ..... to ivory cKiiM.'
ri need a BM ktsM. rick ep year av.*ef Pharmacy If ......zee,. A (rt awar >...>. N-a-a f- .-. IWw.
...,... M .... twtr "_r........ May w* For 'Our Own Good
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WASKNOTON (AI'u mart than in 1960! defense officials day asked the attorney general Bulky has said the Internal)
many ai 1.3 million IJ S. servicemen said today. of the Bahamas to query a Nasno revenue service has a,' civet
may vote by absentee!' Many ballots already arc on bank on whether Democratic pending against Burns to....'at
ballot la next Tue day's prt'sl'l ldential their way to polling officials by candidate for governor Haydon least $60,000 In taxes plus s50'

election about 550,000 mall from American military Burn hall-Oi"! ever had-an ac per cent more in penalties
men and their families In the mnmm n .i i .vmmmmtgnnFmii wtKwimaBmtBamma&sigs count there.Republican. Burns also hu denied this,
United Statea and overseas. MASQUERADIR-Thl.!: U the Blue Dolphin a Nazi freighter aboard which the action ii filmed for the new adventure In Washington the IRS say\!
gubernatorial nom ,
orvtTO Sl.rro ,. Officials assigned by Secretary film, "MoriturL" Cruising on location off Santa Catalina Island the ship is a mssquerader. Actually she is a beat-up ine Charles Holley said Buena "an Investigation has established \
'\o of Defense old tramp freighter in the Pacific trade converted "
\ ooIT Robert S. Me- now her starring role la "MonturL" had $1.2 million In the Bank of conclusively that; no' officials
Namara to get out the militaryvote Nova Scotia In Nassau. Burnt of the Internal Revenue
said 60 to 65 per cent of the denied it and laid h. would resign made any disclosure of Information .
estimated 2 million Five Day Forecast
eligible It elected governor and the In connection with. Mr.
servicemen ballots. may cut absentee >87 The AMoel.t.4 Pr... charge were proven true Burns' tax affairs."
Television Kynes cent the Bahamas official law' did
Four years! ago a total of 735- Temperaturea are expected to It said the not permitan
019 service men voted in this average about normal. Sample p an authorizing statement IRS official to comment on
bit below 40 highs and lows: Tallahassee 74 from Burns that the bank was the financial attain of a tax.
manner percent
of the 1,888,597 then eligible. to 50; Tampa 79 to 59; Miami Programs to provide whatever informationwas payer unless It wai. a matter of
82 to 67; Key West 79 to 73. aiiked. public record. "However" the
MARINES TOP Scattered showers are expected CONDITIONAL OFFER statement continued, "tht ,, law
during the first part of the sorrows. NOTItkir Meanwhile Holley!' himself Issued does not prevent a taxpayer
The Marines have the best
0131 period in the south. Local rain. .Pneram' tnt.rmatlen, I. eu..tI.l a conditional offer to withdraw hla lawyer or accountant from
IIn1EDCITIZENS record, The with a 68 per cent next votingrate with fall will average about half an .h.nj th.., (Th.. ..Sun. and N.w I. .ubfict I. ,at j:. from the race. disclosing any information they
Navy came .. '
ponnkl.' for wish."
inch. r.m. tt net He add that "If
44.2 Air Force .. my
per cent the adhere t* the Mh ul. Maid kll.w.SUtitn
followed! with 38.9 cent ind authorize the Justice department
actions designed to assure that and the internal
Historian Dies
the Army trailed with 32.4 percent every man received a federal WISH-TT. Clitnn.l 1 Dtrten tfxMAt I service! to release the' In.
MJMOUIK umiBin tiou IM. 8..1t "Orlando
postcard application for an WDBO-TV. Channel| .. Orl.n(1. formation which It has relatingto SANTA BARBARA Calif.
Ad ran1 hy KERMIT COILI officials said hopes
Pentagon LO"'TV. Chtnn.l .. r
absentee ballot.McNamara thlaei.FRIDAY
l the I have made
charges concerning (AP Ralph Korngold.- 51,
men voting this year stem from *
ordered that commanders SVKNINa the claim against him historian and' one of the framersof
,....el.... ... ......... ....... .... ...ea.... make certain an application 1.00 (!), tVtlli Fargo.. for Income taxes and If the the Socialist platform in lB.dJ ,
(" B
SPECIAL EVERT FRIDAT AND SATtBDAT NIGHT : card was placed In every I,. Hunt T T .. "" statements I have made then Tuesday.
man's hand. This "In hand" S II 11 ),10""" ."" )II Sparta I ar ++ ad
CHICKEN OR 1.10 (Jl N. "
distribution was due to be completed IAI) I.eave op.U T* 1...., bA..yk f

FISH DINNER & : $$1.4ff Sept. 23.Applications I.M: III fli P.w.0 .*. :':r w ... l11r REOPENING SUNDAYNewly
+* for ab"at.ebAllota sat N...
also were available to 1'1 N.... Rae Cnekriii DETECTIXO FLAWS-Unique two-unit train known as a
ALL YOU CAN EAT _____.. .
: Huntl.r nrtnku0
TASTY STEAKS. CROPS. (EA FOOD .df>pI'n pntl of servicemen. III N.... r WilUr CrenHtl. roll detector car electronically detects any invisible flaws Remodeled
BOMB MADE: DEVILED f RABS : About, 730,000 wives and adult "U e" Mnvl..... which may be in a rail Results are recorded on graphs in
(2) the unit and at the same time mark defectiverail.
spray guns
sons and servicemen .
daughters too (it T "" Sails.,
i The Palm Inn ,..are eligibly! to vptf absentee T.JO (III At Wyatt lnl.rn.tion.l Car thowtlm. Central. Here Railroad the detector rolls over trades of the Illinois GNZALE.SRESTAURANT.
this year, official tabulations IAI, n..hht.
.hnw 1.8018) ROllo Ho 1'10..,.,
BAR, RESTAURANT, PACKAGE STORE All the 50 states and the District (0)''I TM'l'h. Mid.E"tllno.", ....,,!:1, Warm Water Air The throat and ears of the

: 1711 Wilt New York Phont 714.19)5 of Columbia permit absentee (Ml.10 |(1M:) J.rk V.l.ntln.$ '. Day beaver are equipped with| On U.S. 17 la voting by servicemen. IK) n' .r'.kl.HMO.nny| STORKS, Conn. (AP) Dr. valves which voluntarily close
(log la ;;' when the animal dive. and
Arthur has
:',, .... "" .f:. .." ;!'i j'E.: II 10:00: m lit f.Jared h. n.por'ar r.., and one Shmgcr U burled yes two burled pooh open when it comes to the aura DeLeon Springs
10:30: rm.r'a Daughter
in his back
11:00: (2N.e., N..*.... It seems Shrajer yard Just couldn't Opt 11:30 A.M. I. 1:30 ML Dally *
The Showboat Restaurant tot ARC: N.l face.Hartung's
Ill gal Movl., accept the fact that when the Phone fSI-4141
n.lo 121 T.ntaht cold months arrived he would
gel Mori. .
1:10: (t) N.... have to atop swimming In his
1700 South Boulevard ( l conventional outdoor pool.
betty; !
1:01: (J) 1PordDELAND Special
He spotted a big, cylindrical thru
NEW HOURSDue PUBLIC metal tank one day and had it Golden Brown Athens Today Wednesday
Feature l:174:31.5:354:34.Z1j
trucked to his home. :
to many recruesis. the following hours will be effective LIBRARY Then a power shovel was used Fried ChickenPtteteoi ( SW kutf\you'll cry.yeu'tttjng,

November lit. 191 W. Rich ATS. to scoop out a yawning trench in and 1 Vegetable you'll fotwyowlttzPt to.

SUNDAYS-11 e.m. .1:30 p.m.. WEEKDAYS -111.11I.1. I1 ..m: Ii Open 'Tonight Until 9 the Warm! backyard.air Is piped to the pool Hot Rolls and ButterKttitt TOMBSsomxto

'".urlnl the following Specials this Sunday Onlyi from the garage which Is also
UTU..DAV'ivININGI. where: the water 'la heated and 791

YOUR CHOICE: Roast Turkey & Dressing Fried I-M tat ward of Spew filtered '
150 <.1' 't". the L.w Now It can blow all It want.and' .
Chicken Round Roast of Beef '.OG Alt) World n.hlni, TV'ru.. Shrarer will go right on All Day M
Top or 1 Q R $ a't151) N.....,.. swimming. How much did tt Femeai For Soe Food e ef1 ;
185 (Al 1\11101..,"* K 1 < coil? He I.
Roast Pork . . . . a '.at (tat JUny, Hipn SaturnltiIah figures about 1000. War.. eY..O..e..ASyrr..tkM,.
nr 9
too: Ci r.nm.n O'Tonl.I There Hcarfung'sHlwojr
were 21,910 more : :
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and our own specialty .$; .Ol Innp.i.e B.y.nA. girls than boys among the 174 Sooth Ottugt CityPhone "NATURES STRANGEST CREATURES"TRADE
2 2 5 ',10 (tl 1.T10.M4 U.S. public I high
Roast Prime Rib. . . sat let Juki.Out.r Llmll.Ol" ..w>. ahow school graduates in 1963. T7S-S62S
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their job of tearing down a 12-
room hou to make room for a
used car lot.

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I they uncovered the framework "
I of a ene-room InC cabin. The
Historical) Society decided It
once was a stagecoach depot and

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! .." Senator SeesCastro's P.H7! DEUm (FIOIDD SUN NEWS HHDAT,OCTOK* 30, If 14AfIJlDIAC

Analysts ,:>,", ---

f / SEAR llEDBoulbThreat

View Fall FallKEY

WEST: (AP-FWcl Cas
rT tro's "Red Star" will flicker ReportedAt
OfNOdta ; out even in Cuba within a year
y Sen. George A. Smathers DFla -
? predicted\ Thursday night
"Th inherent inability of communism Mrs. JFK's Home
By RW CROMLET: to com to grips with
Washington ComMpnndeni, Cuba's deep seated economic
WASHINGTON (NEA) Ills, and the steady unrelenting
Thar If growing evidence that pit-asur applied by the United
Nil ta Khrushchev fell becausehe '\ '" 1 State have numbered the day. NEW YORK CAP} Federal dialed, again and by camel
undercut the individual f<' ., ,,-,... ,.. !.' "
authority ', of Castro tyrannical rule and city officers Thursday night dence got the same telephone
of too member of ; -", it.- Smathers said
many '" .
.. \. .. + \ made a roof-to cellar search of operator.He .
the Communist Party Central '. '" .:' ';
Russia In lead
Committee and the ruling Presldlum f \"": :!'$ ..", .-\ }: erthlp may recent man change trouble for the apartment and the building set the time as 1:50: p,m.
.' : : where Mrs. John F. Kennedyand and said The reason I'm calling
Caatro. Smathers told
'i" .. a cere.brat
Reports reaching ; > :. .,, i' ,, is I the
government .. policy fund raising dlnnnr her two chit etl live, afteran want children out ot
analyst her Indicate that '""!I.... Lt._ ..."'"-_:,;, i,:I .. ., 'l. ....,<..' .rtf'. ... >.It. .... "'Ih. Russian have been pourIng anonymous telephone caller the house"
many party bosses were him nearly a million dollar The search of the Fifth Avenue
fearful Khrushchev HOME BASE FOR JACK RABBITS-At Oakland Airport in California 10.000 jack rabbits the said a bomb had been plantedin
war getting some roam freely over a day In an effort to prop up building was still under way
ready to chute them out. grasslands adjacent to the runways. Airport officials say the rabbits never Interfere ,with their operation, to they hit rickety government, but the the Kennedy apartment. when this deadline posed
They acted before he did. haven't bothered to rid the area of them. The rabbits lope about in large herd and they appear to know that they mum t new Soviet bosses may start Nothing auspicious was found
Some time back, Khrushchev cross runways when airplanes art In sight Airport officials don't plan to rename their field HIM Airport (with apologies j, thinking twice about continuingthis by the FBI and Secret Service
divided the power and authority to Chicago). aid In view of the strainson Actors Need Work
agent and city police and fire
of field
many party men. Regional their own economy and the
Communist party bases, lack ot success they have been NEW YORK (AP) A campaign
who once were supreme In both DEMO CANDIDATE CAMPAIGNS having in converting or subvertIng men.Mrs.. Kennedy and the children to increase employmentof
Industry and agriculture, found other Latin governments," Caroline, (, and John F.Jr. acton across the country Is
their authority cut In half. Srnatheri said.Srnathen being mapped by Equity the
.1'< .. 3, did not leave during the
Khrushchev ruled that In each union of performing artists.
spoke against
region there would be one party r9 HHH United States forces against the search, a Secret Service agent A fund of 123,000 has been
boll to handle agriculture another I Stumps} Northwest; Gate government because, "In said. budgeted! for the special department .
to handle Industry. Khrushchev i the end 10.000 of our men would At 5:II p.m., a male callertold being set up under the
brought In new, younger 5.. 11* dead on Cuban IOU a telephone operator that a supervision of Milton Lyon who
men. It appeared to sizable bomb would go off In the Kennedy II resident director of the
r ; "This is too high a price to
numbers of the older men that Continues Blasts At pay for an unnecessary action," apartment. He erroneously Sacramento, Calif, Muslo Fair.
this signaled they were on their BarryPOCATELLO Srnathm said listed the addrtas as 1060 Park Equity operated a similar
way out. I Ave. the Kennedy apartment agency from 1955 to 1960.
But many of these downgraded : ; V Before discovery of America, ls at 1040 Fifth Ave. Frederick Neal. president
older men' were still memo r then w. r e an estimated 1SS Police also checked the Park the union, said that unemployment
ben of the Communist Party t x Idaho (AP) doerf not equal with coiuerva-! million Indian living. her speaking Avenue address and found nothing of the 14000 member'
Central Committee which has ( t Sen. Hubert IL Humphrey live RepuhUcanlam more than 2,000 different suspicious there either avenges between 23 and 23 per
the final lay on who II first stump the Northwest today, Pursuing that tack through language. At LIP; p.m., the tarn man centKEEP
party secretary and boss of the drumming away at a them that Republican territory, li* said
Soviet Union. depicts Sen. Barry Coldwater u here that 'unfortunately the
SAME FRICnOV unfit to carry the Republican responsible Republicans sat on
The tame friction developed party banner their hands too long Th* Republican .
between Khrushchev and some "Senator Coldwater advocates party one the noble
older key military men who reactionary Idea wholly party of Lincoln has been taken
feared that they and their beliefs outside of the best traditions of over by radicals
were losing out to newco the Republican party" the Humphrey charged Coldwaterwith the
mers. A small bloc of these Ir'b' Democratic vice presidential proposing to act at preil-
older men still had votes on the I 1 candidate said at a rally In this dent out of "a frantic Impa
Central Committee. I southeastern Idaho rail center hence with the world as It Is, In
Khrushchev also undercut the TOFXKA TALK his hot pursuit of the mlrag of
authority of key men on the Re put it another way total victory"
ruling Presidium. He Ignored sight la Topeka Kan., Goldwater, h* said, "wishes
party Ideologist M A. Suslov In where he launched a final western to back the Soviet Union Into a
the way he pursued the conflict campaign swing through< corner when its only alternatives FLORlDASTOfALIVE
with Red China. He, Ignored eight state that gave the COP would be surrender or
Nlkolay Podgorny Dlmitrl Po- their n electoral volt four nuclear war," .
lyansky and Gennay Voronov In yean ago.Humphrey. H* added: "Senator Cold.
his plans for Svolet agrlcul e It' said: "Sf'a tor water does not yet realize that
ture.These Coldwater Is neither Republicannor Initiating such Juvenile games
were personal not conservative He 1* a radical of nuclear 'chicken' will eventually IN '
Ideological slights. .and a Goldwatertt And result In a horrendous
A short time back a group of radical Goldwsltertam limply death for both players (KM'
Khrushchevs trusted men doe not yet realize that hi our
quietly began consolidating the age of quick and<<''l total nuclear! I
reins of power Into their own Miller
..I v' Says destruction there la no such
hands Khruihchev apparently "
thing u total victory \
helped In this either thinking a. ( 1
that he was strengthening his i ,
Reds Trove9BarryWorth
friends\ against his enemies or : Six Miners hi'cI
that be was balancing one groupof I ftn
ambitious men off against n'' t

another. Are Saved
Fl'A i
Then these "f lenda" began =
encouraging Khrushchev to
spend more of his time away ) WHTTWELL, Tenn. AP) -
from the Kremlin on trips and DRESSED FIT TO FIGHT-Tentllke radiation-Militant garb Rep. William E. MI2 t says Alert coal miners saved alx
vacations while they minded the ,U modeled bv a French soldier in Paris. Its d'llinfoe that the Communist, Socialist .companions Thursday night by 1 1
shop for him. While minding the UM In -contaminated areas and Liberal parties support mine diverting shaft.amok from a fiery <0 0Fhriddes <
shop they. .took on more power -
President Johnson la the election
After bring trapped lot more
on global military matters In campaign and that this than two hours behind a wall of I
There TWO now seem GROtTS to be two NATO.India Indonesia, the Congo and Dog Repellent shows "there must be something smoke, the six miners emerged Success Story Is Mo AccHent! ,
unharmed from Crsyi Cre'k
strong. groups within the Presidium. Key members of this group awfully good about HarryColdwater mechanl/; mine, owned by llfc .lVf*.t Mete .h the SMtl! lUdwtry
have been heavily occupied In Approved For if these an the people Crundy Mining Co.
There the group seemingly the past few years with the who oppose him" The fire erupted In the conveyor k a* M rt Haw Wffc ;,.

In power Kosygln- composed Mlkoyan of and Brezh Su development of Soviet Industryas The Republican vice presidential I belt and filled the pit with 41 StaN ,... aw .ta .,*.>..
nev opposed to Soviet agricul Mail Carriers nominee mad this comment /heavy amok. Thirty.five miner
slov with Andrei Klrllenko In a : ture. at a rally Thursday nightat I I rushed outside and quickly Spex .4 MM*.tfcet Pra.resn CMNTAa .

these supporting men role may(though be already some secretly of-,, It is a group that has deep Santa Barbara Call/* and reversed an air blower, which > A .*lr* *4 pwfran IW Vset*. rHlghnt
roots in the party apparatus. City carriers of the DeLand then turned eastward today on normally supplies fresh air to
plotting against the lead I These are the old.timers. All Post Office have been issued Urn final leg of his campaign I the .until tHawleri. *4 Mrlsq.h'hT..rlar. )

en). 1n I except Klrllenko were Pre l. dog repellent to protect themselves Ills achedul took him to Cedar While the blower pulled .k*..iil..f trhb. 1. .... delewe" aaueIy
This was the same group : Blum members or candidate and then smoke from the where
Cry nn to Albuqu. area the
the main that has acted "enderKhrushchev members la Stalin time : against vicious dogs, alx ...... m4I ..... bgrewhi
erque, N.M., end Enid and Bar were trapped the miners
as a sort of Informal The other major group is Dog bite injuries account for tlMvUI\ Old extinguished the fir*. .flanVeterwM
Soviet National'' Security headed by Presidium newcomers 18 per cent of all Injuries to post. He win conclude<<' Ms campaign There wu no serious damage, aoheti. harassed If 47 .Mt
Council advising Khrushchev Podgorny Polyansky and al personnel men year Postal Saturday night In Philadelphia/ except to the conveyor belt. ...... I. I4
Voronov who have had heavy employ sustain more than Thursday night rally at Carl ..,,4. ....... .. a tMNMMf V.. i.. eases
responsibilities in Soviet agri 1,000 such painful Injuries\ annually AA
Santa Barbara i
Warren Park In .f three pWMNi MMrvRcJ
PbAu- sect:aa culture. Th.have In the past resulting in serious\ lost produced one of the most en- Florl.Iian Elected WthIeyt.

[}{Jl11J Qa two Into years the party been organization.making Inroads of treatment.sick leave The and annual catty estimated medical thuilastla receptions of the Miller MOBILE Ala (AP) Ray .aareuwgs.MUtae; sare4rIIMer *** ........,. '

cost of theM injuries apppr d- campaign Knopp of Key Wilt ".., was '
WALKERtin bone In million dollar. SWM ArTtAUA elected to the Board of Trustees. FBIUL TAXB ;
Isummiamam Longest and strongest mately one crowd of more thin 5000 of the i rlOIIDAt 1t44
ETwu. riM* 'nun the human skeleton is the femur It Is the dog owner' responsibility sent Miller Into the homestretch Thursday Building, CocItConCI'lll was $1I70.WO.OOfl f,,

or thighbone. communities to control have his ordinances dog Moat forth with applause, cheers 1944 PEAL KftNOITUIB IN HOII0A "?w: t1tA

control of dogs. This has aid whistling. wA $1411.000.000
A rear of approval rose whe
been longtime trouble spot
Miller declared "This la a fight
in the postal! service. In spit
of the fact that Postmaster hays between those who believe lathe FtrU't '....., en$ *i she faded "tw'9'' lffl. dale ,ulrN a per4nernktp.

frequently requested patron to and those private who nterprls believe la system Socialism. wit"! the ,*."n".lIt-" rdrmjli' MW reads, .."..1.. Able "p.llclitvr.-t.

BOTTLED control their dogs have discontinued ." k*., pace with the seeds end 4'm* Jt .* Ih. lied .f .twill sew bIIneesperlaeed
s E service to control this
problem Injuries have continued la a speech! Thursday la. Tara by 11y s.....
to mount. Therefore, the department ma Wssh. filler told a luncheon .
1!ISHELLANE has authorized\ the Ire of meeting\ of Republicans There ere inn and weaves "hi" she. FWIJ. S/erg wl.'p.yed en !hepeesadeels

this repellent to augment the that the hour"take U late" and h of* .U ,Hi .u...... They "prevlded, the .ledershf" t. let the |.b J..... Theteladne
Intended to
GAS policy of non-delivery of malL teaks d the
Even ike
BETEIXCrr OKAYED every precious last mlnut" of low been. "eclitl.ny .1..4 by the peple

The repellent has been accepted th* campaign to appeal far Vinci Gould DefMc.1t ..ttelI.......
and registered by the U. 8. support for the Republican
Department of Agriculture Pesticide CStSM.U L Missw. ref ryoddo.fp.siwd
G. to Ili. gob Tle0adly tttRd v.t. l ii Leda
Regulation Branch. Th* significance of this registration. ta a final M4 far that itat*'. MgMoe -$ L Noe..l rw uak.d SiMa ka.tWIhor heG

$6 is that kt Identifies the product of 49 electoral vita, SUet vaw-41.t Y.t. Doelkecr tla A-i i-W.r.
as effective and saf. mwd his toppmt for rtI.' about tJ11J trnaitloruWM
J"Par YesNse tyadee This repellent to to bed ttmmt of th* hrero pro-,
any for tilt protection of tilt car ":
W* will HO y w ertbIM rier against attacking dogs. It Under that program" wMrh! "nUtty fr edeerplnpHi to 6ui/d
hvn let
.1 emr sluts. Ml NrUi dot not replac the policy ofiondelivery will emit at tile end ef ftl us continue
BUM 8U IM ... ejB. .4H of mall where thereto year Mmteas nationals have safety 11115 fr
N, M I*. eruMw 12.... a dog meaac Delivery per. entered' die state to harvest ...kwfen, |1cWry a4 .ft. ,
soaael wul report the name and ft'IIpII. e ,
a4 .tderJ beefs fr l l) awt ,
e w. win pick n address of patroa wto haw : age
tearer ,..r IM ... *rWtM dog which are a mMce and firs e n *n mbmtbhl beads
won 9..... Anew I wO tars ..
supervisor request hen the tie.ldAjjearr .
..,.. patrons to haw' th* animals confined TO
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i Oppose Accepted By Other RedsMOSCOW

Review Of Birth ControlVATICAN

(AP European In Soviet Communist party

Communist parties are falling units ,
Into line behind the new Soviet HUNGARIAN. PARTY
CITY (API-Lead) such\ a stage surely] exist," said leadership, apparently accepting The Hungarian Communist
Ing Conservative prelates argued the Rev.. Arthur McCormack of e' ; Kremlin explanations that Nlkl- party\ was the first to endorse
today against a new look Belgium's Louvala University ta Khrushchev was removed for Khrushchev's removal declaring
at birth control bv the Roman "A poor couple that Is sin bungling In the Cuban crisis, the last Sunday that he had
Catholic;; Church They told the cerely worried wants the answers rift with Peking and an assort made "regrettable mistakes"
Vatican Ecumenical Council tonight It's not that ment of other failures. Polish party chief Wladyslaw
that married couples should easy," Official Kremlin statementson Gomulka on Wednesday said the
trust In Divine Providence, Leading prelates said In the Khru hchev'. removal are Soviet party's leaders had
Two Vatican Curia cardinals council meeting Thursday that couched in general terms but. "grounds" to accept Khru
-Alfredo Ottaviant and Michael the church's position must be M Communist sources said a document shchev's resignation
Browne-TOM In the council St. revised on the basis of modern ate containing 29 charges A French Communist delegation
Jeter's' Basilica to oppose de. science that churchmen should( Including those on Cuba and sent to Moscow to obtain
loans by other prelates for fear. have no reason to fear I deep Red China Is being circulated explanations for the power shift
Jess examination of all as- Investigation' and that conjugallove returned home Thursday after
recta" of marriage morality. has aa equal a divine basisas In Issuing a communique emphasizing
Cardinals and bishops, many of the command to procreate. People solidarity of the French
them leading progressives, said and Soviet Reds

Thursday the problem must not TclAFriendPlan The NewsSEOUL The communique made no
mention of Khrushchev. But It
Jpe? avoided In the current coun-
,,11 debate on Its schema on said the two parties had frank
fiodern world problems. Viewed South Korea '(AP) and friendly talks and would
*. OBJECTS TO HORDCSOCardinal Rear Adm. Paul P. Blackburn "continue consolidating the
OttavUnl secretaryof Jr. today became the senior fraternal relations, bonds of
the powerful Vatican Holy Of. I Mrs. Ella!:] DeBersrd yesterday United Nations Command member traditional friendship and mu
flee, said he disagreed with Invited 20 women to participatein of the joint armistice commission tual confidence, which exist
present wording In the Schema a State Tel.A.Friend campaign which occasionally between" them
under debate that married cou- scheduled to connect 12 meets at Panmunjom to negotiate ITALIAN REDS
.fries should be free to plan the women leaders in the Democratic matters concerning the An Italian Communist delegation
campaign, Korean armistice. began meeting with Soviet
.lze of their families.
"This is something unheard Mrs. DeBerard state president Blackburn succeeds Air Force leaders after the French left.
fit In the past ages of the of the Democratic Women's SPACE SANDWICH-The forward bulkhead of Saturn SIT, the hydrogen-powered booster rocket Is lowered onto Its i Maj.] Gen. Cecil E. Combs who Communist sources said the
church. Married couples should Club of Florida was selected as aft bulkhead for precise fitting check The Saturn is the rocket that scientists expect to use in the attempt to blast three Is being reassigned to Wright Italians also wanted to ask
never doubt Divine Providence one of the 12 key women In the men to the moon. Two portions of the bulkhead will be.bonded together In Seal Beach Calif, by North American Patterson Air Force Base In about Khrushchev
." state to participate in the telephone Aviation Ohio. The admiral formerly was The Soviet Communists will'
drive the election of begin talks with a Danish delegation
Cardinal Browne, Irish.born chief of the Joint control and '
Friday Austrian
B. Johnson for President.The
Dominican theologian who has 25 GVERRILLAS'SVRRENDER command requirement group In delegation also is In MoscowtJohn !
telephone originated the office of the Joint Chiefs of
Rome told ,
-worked for
years Golan general secretaryof
home ,
at the of Mrs Doyle Staff In Washington
council "W must stress BrItain's Communist
the : Connor, wife of the Commissioner party
that end of said in London ,he and
the primary mar George
;"rlage ji the procreation and ed She of was Agriculture introduced In Tallahassee by Mrs Indonesia Rebels Fall JERUSALEM Israel (AP) Matthews, editor ,of the London
ucation of children" William! Kldd of Ocala.In President Zalman Shaw and Dally Worker would go to Moscow .
had the his brother Dr Abraham Rub- next week to 'discuss replacement .
Speakers praised
each of the areas choiefl,
for axhov were reunited at Lydda of Mr. Khrushchevand
Thursday avoiding
special telephone equipment was
this traditional church teach. Installed so the women Invited' Airport Thursday night when problems in Soviet policy."
In Rubashov arrived to settle in
fog that procreation In mar. could hear other women speak Malaysia-Invasion PeasWASHINGTON.
j-lsga Is primary with precedence on the importance of getting out Israel Regreening
over love and sex the vote on Tuesday. Shazar whose Russian name
D. C (AP
Is Rubashov ) -
personally re.
<- Cardinal Browne ,said family At Mrs DeBerard's home the The
subject "about SUNGEI RAMBAI. MalaysiaAP charged that the Indonesians quested Soviet authorities several University of California at
planning was a round robin connection was fairly
has been the
"which a discussion cannot use clear and she could be heard ) Indonesia latest Invasion raised the narrow strait of months ago to permit his scene of ex
fully be held. but all the scheduled connections of the Malaysian mainland Malacca from Sumatra in five brother to emigrate. DRub\ periments related to retainingthe .
Several other bishops, arguing did not{ materialize.. collapsed today when 25 guerril fishing boats Fishermen spot- ashov, a Leningrad physician natural. color of canned vegetables.
along the same lines as Cardinal .. Mrs Connor's remarks were las meekly surrendered less. ted the boats and notified police. Is 71. The President is 73.TEANECK. The program Is conducted
by the National Canners
Ottavianl, said the schema clear and she said, "The persuasive than 36 hours after they landed. Reports reaching diplomats In C- Association.
should emphasize trust in C d'sfrovidence power of a woman with a A strong Commonwealtblask London from Asian listening NJ (AP)-Asso-
Research aimed toward
in bringing children telephone In her hands is well force hunted for a half dozen poets ,suggest that Pre.ldentSullarno' elate Justice William 0, Douglas retain.
k the
log color of
r the work load by natural
says on the peas
Into the world known. Call 10 friends and urge other guerrillas still believed at days as Indonesia'sleader
s SHIFT FORECASTThe them to vote for Lyndon Johnson large: ,from a force of 36. men may be numbered Su- US Supreme Court la much processes, la directed by Dr. C.
0 Chlchester.Color loss has been
council la in debate and for the entire Demo- 4 lighter now than It was 25 years
deep who landed by boat Thursday keno, 63, underwent an operation 1 traced and have
en marriage problems and oth critic ticket near this village on Malaysia \In Vienna earlier this ago."In determined that experlmentors
I will
1939 when first the regreenlng
Issues of the modern world.
er southwest shore month for the removal of a
said definite. court It heard 300 hours of arguments. occur under certain conditions.
The theologians I stone
TV Actor DiesHOLLYWOOD kidney
NO Chlchester
controlled the
he said. 'Xast yearwe scld
4 fchlft la coming in the church'straditional guerrillas emerged from Sukarno has vowed to crush heard 223 hours. Now we alkaline level during heating,
outlook on the sexual (AP) Sam .
with the 13 month old Federation of
the swampy Jungles no canned the and
five but vegetable storedIt
a day week we
tide of marriage, but none Hearn 73, radio and television
which he front
Malaysia, calls
resistance after being pinneddown used to work a week. for a few weeks at 83 or 90
and known "Sam
Would how actor as
soon Schlep.
predict by British, Australian and tl o preserve British colonial "The degrees Farenhelt.
about the
myth Supr.meCOllrt During the
bow far Catholic dogma would perman on the Jack Benny
New Zealand troops influence In Southeast Asia. FRIENDLY "INVADER"-The Electronic Warfare Unit the
Is warm
that it I overworked. storage period the peas
be altered. Show Tuesday while working
died Malaysian police roundeduq major flying unit of the Royal Canadian Air Force la la Douglas spoke Thursday to' retained their natural
"We are in a stage ef transition on a movie set at Universal green
business pretending to be the of the North American '
23: other invaders Thursday enemy the students of Falrlelgh Dick. color,
and all the problems of Studios It war Indonesia third.TAI(4, ; air defense system. Above, a RCAF C-119 flies low over inson University, The association! said further
----- of the mainland since AugustA /* f Negro News-f[r a NORAD aircraft warning site In Quebec's Laurentian work Is going on to keep the
iWleri( Ministry spbkev Mountains. The plane's attempt to avoid detection help the surgically removed heart! of vegetables' color natural withoutthe
8JHtHAYDON: BURNS man sail Malaysia planned to train radar operators. a dog for more than 24 hours. addition of pigments or
protest '17 the United Nations. The technique Is not perfected catalytic agents
Club Slates MeetThe
Dr Kantrowltx said but It
Australia, whose troops went
Governor of FloridaMayor Into action against the Indonesians GIAT STEP IN MEDICINEDog does portend a start toward the Dinner wine generally lire

for the first time, said it NHA Mothers Oub will development of human "heart made from naturally fermented
Bums to the would report the action to the meet at 4 p.m. Sunday at the bank for cardiac patients. grape juice. .
candidate In the governor international organization.In Evergreen Woman Clubhouse With 'Borrowed9 Heart _u.uu____ r
's race who has Jakarta, the capital of The annual financial drive Is under r.
r shown his ability to Indonesia, a Foreign Ministry way, and chairmen for the LUMBER SPECIALS!
provide 'leadership and spokesman denied knowledge of drive are Mrs, Lull B, Butler Still Alive After Six 'MonthsNEW

i : sound In can only His policy promise opponent the press invasion and The did Indonesian not report Mrs White, ,Rosa Mrs Graham.Arvie Lawson Mrs. Eva and 2x4 8 ft. lodge Pole (JB:'; ) ? ,$108] :

Haydon what he Bums might hss do it. radio Mrs, Margaret Whltmore. I YORK AP) A medl- Institute for Medical RI.earch."She' ]1x6 & 1x8 v.,.,., lodge Pole (0) ';: '$130
('ROm.ur cal team has taken a giant step kind of a pet around
i been Jacksonville elected five mayor times" of The Malaysian government To Lead ServicesThe toward the day when surgeons here,'* Dr Kantrowltz said b8, 1x10, 1x12 Cedar Boards ;;' $92
In the first primary by I may replace an ailing human Thursday. "She has the freedomof ,
the people who know Publisher Dit'sPITrSRl1RCH Rev, Emory R. Jackson, heart with one taken from a the institute and romps tikes ivbject te change wlthsut lories
Mm best and soundly associate minister of Mount Zion dead person. around as she pleases except at -

indorse his proven (AP) Mrs Baptist Church Miami will ben The team reports that a mongrel night when! she s kept in a special Conrad Lumber '
leadership. David Alter; 73. publisher of the chare of services at Greater puppy which received a room" : Co.

MAKE THE Baltimore Jewish Times, died Union First Baptist Church Sun. heart transplanted from another The team also reported that It Wsst Mlcilflan" el Nerth Dslewere PRIM
L JACKSONVILLESTORY Thursday She also was the day. He Is supervisor of The unrelated dog la still alive .Is working at a way to store 7)44414));
THE former owner and publisher of American Woodmen. The publics and "very active' six months
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California Okay: Forecast At Bay Hot Line' Stood Idle Wednesday in the head on colli*

lea of two car.

State police listed the victim

For Housing Amendment Newspaper By WARD' Enterprise.CANNTX:.... -bt'1r : MessageExchangeWASHINGTON sal-Joatph! Carl von 81, and his

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drucstore clerk put the tube of $ George C. Mclaughlin i9,

GACEAM zNTO. Calif. (AP) color religion or national origin shaving cream and the packageof .(AP) The secret might help to avoid actions and Audrey Fawn McLaughlin

- Few political or religious in about 70 per cent of California razor blades into the bat. Washington.Moscow "hot J ne" : which would plunge the 65!, of Plymouth Ind The MoLaughllM

leaders haw raised their voice housing. Then he produced an ornate box e his stood Idle white I'r. ldpntJohnll'ln I world Into nuclear war also had a Hallendale.
In support of a proposed California The California Young Republicans 'etllli I Fla., address officer said, and
exchanged The to establish
constitutional amendment board of director also from under the counter whichhe : messages I agreement a apparently were en route to
with the new leaden of the line was reached following the I Florida.
held aloft for a moment.
aimed it nullifying most of aatat. endorsed the proposition.
law banning housing "Scented bath oil," he said Soviet Union Cuban missile crisis of October Both can were packed will

discrimination. and dropped Into the bag, too. This may come aa a surpriseto 13 During the exchange baggage.

But the silent voter apparently "No thanks," we Aid a trifle many people who, Judging by between' the late President John Russia, today le only one oiIt

has made hit decision on wildly Inquiries\ about the hot line operation F. Kennedy and former Premier republic which make up the
Proposition[ II without being "Oh its absolutely tree,'* he apparently have the Khrushchev come menages Soviet Union
swayed by the fiery debates laid and handed u* the bag. .
over the controversial Issue. "An Introductory sample with Impression that It U a regular were given out publicly u

Recent polls Indicate the Initiative ). t earn purchaae of razor blades channel of communications soon as they were dispatched to
measure will carry Nov. and shaving cream." between the White House and one capital or the other because ttp"0ttlfPti'IT
3. the Kremlin news wires could transmit themso
And so, not wanting to make a.cenee
WRIT IT MEANS took our purchase and ONLY IX CRLM1US. much more quickly than they
The proposed amendment. sample and Bed tor home. officials said today however could be handled through ordinary
would give property owners These are no days for a fellow that In fact the line hllnP.r diplomatic! channels
absolute discretion In the choice to be caught on the street with been used for substantialexchanges The hot line, which \U tested
of a buyer or renter of their scented bath oil. of views' between the every day, 1* actually two telegraph
property It would nullify those CLOSE CALL M American and Soviet govern circuits which ran readily
provisions of antidiscrimination ments. The reason Is that when handle messages In both directions.
It was, the more we thought
laws which restrict that discretion about It later, a terrifying close It was opened Aug.< 31, 1963 both I There. is ..111a duplex
and also prohibit the enactment Y call. So. the other morning, we government had already : radio circuit which would be
reached that It wouldbe used aa a fallback channel In
of future legislation in the
took pencil and notebook and set w01mINrO /
Washington scene
rur-E1'EER-Lateat Beagle on the
NEW In of eaie the land line between the
same field by the legislature or out to look further Into the belongs to William E.Miller GOP vice pr ld.ntlall1omln... crisis.employed only Pentagon and Moscow should 11111OOt
local governments matter (There is nothing that He wa* named B&B (Barry and Bill) by Ma original owner
Democratic Gov. Edmund The theory behind creation break down at a critical moment
r ui takes your mind oil your worries but the Miller children renamed him "Socks. Holding TAX
Brown, one of the most vocal of like a bunch of facts, no Socks" at the Miller residence in Washington ia the oonu the special communications ,
the opponents. admitted recent. matter how irrelevant.) neeyesrold son William fc. Jr. channel is that In a moment of Theoretically If the hot line I1tvt11gl
extreme. danger the ability of had In be used In the near fu
ly "I think It will carry but '
We were, however, not really I..
there will definitely he a court the President of the United lure Premier Alexel N. Kos>gin
test case Immediately," ,,= prepared for what we turned Mother Of Nine ChildrenIs States and the leaders tit the would be the man at the other MMoanc uaaiesn sieve iM.

State Democratic': Chairman --I up.Not Soviet Union to send. message: end since !he la the head of the .M fed ky SHMIT! COSH

Roger, Kent told newsmen. his .._ ., .. worth, counting of toilet the necessities$270 million-like : to each other directly and In Soviet government

party was pledged to "what BOTTOMS UP-Yellowstone
and At "
shaving cream hair preM'rations Freshman '= 4.-
seems a losing cause a no Park bean know where the -
the American male this
vote on Proposition H.1t food i I' and will do anything A IAA r jlj \ d Al I
year will use something like >> \
to get at it. Bruin found a _
Joining Brown In opposition to .
$70 million worth of out and-
over PROVIDENCE Rt fAP) Rosalie Noeera la a freshman
the proposal have been California's tidbit at the bottom of a gar -
out cosmetic bath oil! skin
bage to with the deft. Amato at Rhode bland College, $
two U.S. senators Democrat can With line children, Mr*
after shave lotion
ness of a gymnast, he balanced cream cologne When she her freshman .
Pierre Salinger and Republican Nocera at 0:43: each put on
scented powders, special' gets up
himself) on the rim )beanie It sits on a coiffurethat' ATTENTIONALL
Thomas Kuchel. Also
and reached. soaps, eye drops and the like. morning. She ban to so Ih.WOI" .
the slightly gray although
opposed are president
That expenditure 'on came.tics be late for school
tern of the California Senate 1 Ia twice what It was in 1960, prematurely
Democrat Hugh Burns; the Mrs. Nocera, enrolled u a
and more than four times the ... I
Republican minority leader full time undergraduate, la the
Bryant Says amount spent a decade ago. WITCHES!
Sen. John F. McCarthy; and But it is worse than that. ,' mother of nine children, rangingin ('..
Assembly Speaker( Jesse Unruh, Five years ago, the word usedto JACOBY age torn 11 months to U : R
on.'of the most powerful. Democrats Fair Exhibit describe the popular men' I years Better get on your brooms and fly io Boulevard Appliance and ,

In the stateWONT scent .ba). rum lavender Her husband, Amato I, No lane advantage of our ipeclal one day onlr r- _T earl Otlor< (
TAKE STAND citrus, etc. was "refreshing" On Bridge era la a mathematics. teacher 's
Republican senatorial candidate Success Today the word for men' at Warren, RI, High School
George Murphy has re Big scents Is "fragrant. WANTS TO TEACHAt a e e
fused to take a stand on the A salesman in the men' By OSWALD JACOBTNewiewcr S7, Mrs. Nocera decided togo

Issue. TALLAHASSEE (AP-Flort-) boutique of a department store Eattrprtae Asia.NOKTH bark to school to fulfill a long
Although most religious organizations da's exhibit at the New York unaware that he was dealing ambition to be a teacher "My
have condemned the World Fair wu ait outstandingsuccess with a secret agent. ,, took out 10 math left! a lot to be desired. "
measure, 20 members of the two bottle! of cologne to show AAQ1094VJ74 she said "hut my husband was !
Ministers of Conservative Association overall said Gov. Farris us. In a good spot to help me withIt. SATURDAY 1It-le SATURDAY
in the San Francisco Bryant Thursday CHOICE OFFERED: +.KeaWLst ."
area spoke up In favor of the "Some areas of the Florida "This one," he said, "hss the She said she decided four I ONLYI ONLYI

proposal. exhibit did not schlevi success"he hot passionate fragrance ot a JArreD"), 'year ago to make a bid for a
While the Republican State said "but overall the exhibit Taboo or Aphrodlsla. And this AS A8T1 college. education. "because welive
Central Committee did not takea did." other. one has the cold calm JUt VAKQJISQ10143 on the edge of the Rhode Thlt Waiter IiWITCH'S Frlgldalra It Bewlichlng
stand on the Issue the main chastity ot a Chanel No. S." 7 "
volunteer COP organizations "Florida continued] to receivethe There is of course, considerable + JII4 4Q13sot"Tit campus. MAGIC! WITCHES GO MODERN!
: were .six children then.Three
Tjuua) .
support the initiative No ) rating at the..fair history In' men' use of before \ .
The Rumford Act, passed In among state exhibits. The exhibit scents, Chratopher Onlumhu AKJI3, actual more came along.
the final 10 minute of the 1963 of the state of New York was discovered America on lilt way VIKJIS her i' rIZ I
legislative session outlaws first" to find a new route to the Orient *. Nocera paid her.husbandwas .
discrimination\ because of Bryant cited figures supportIng so that Europe could have spices 4A107J "all enrauragement"* and
his statement. He said: to make the Middle Age North and South vulnerable "verv happy, about her college \,
Nearly six million people men better. And unless an East Soitk West North ambitions e
visited Florida's exhibit between Eskimo bachelor make certan 1 sT Dbl. Pass :2VPass "My children feel the came
April and September he smells like rancid whale :3 *. Pan wy, ton" she said. "There'svery .
the Pats 4 Pass 8 little change a* far u
Millions\ of people paw blubber' winter can be the loneliest
Qdvl Florida exhibit on television and night In the year Pin 6 4 Pau Pass they're concerned. It'* Just the
t la magazines and newspapers But somehow, It seems bard PauOpening change of seeing me studyingfor r+
-Two million tourism folder to believe that the cold, calm lead-V 3.In three hours at night,1
were distributed at the information chastity of rancid whale blubber' -
center, would sell well. In U S. men's modern. bidding, there are Radar, In Color pATNTIOtt

-350,000 people paid 1430000 boutique Especially since the all sorts of cue bids. Some MOUNTAIN v IE W, CalifAP AifPAC I IJ (
to see the porpoise exhibit. This men are buying these fragrance actually show first.round con ( > Radar screens displayIng 'ft .
CAREFULLY exhibit was below expectation In for themselves And as a trol; others merely show a Image In color, like color
no GoIIIifII wan M O.1 attendance because the overall man with hla nose close to the strong hand TV his been announced by

...---..-..-. ....-... fair attendance was low, he said. Industry told us; North two heart bid was of II) Product Ine -.
--..-..--..- ---. -179,000 people paid ''''000 to "Men are now secure enoughto /: this latter class. He was interested New technique permit an i a-
--- p.. the Everglade exhibit an admit like pleasant fragrances .
.._......Mw IH they In a slam after his part operator to assign the three dimensions ,
--_-- exhibit set up late In the season. They no longer have to ner's takeout double of the opening of color !hue, brightness .
"With our experience of last assert their. masculinity because heart bid and wanted to and saturation tn radar

Bruce Gibson summer," he said "we can women have won their struggle tart proceedings at a low le and sonar display screen He 1i.|1. the.. wej It |.ti y'vr
triple this next summer" for emancipation and no longer vel. could for example., choose: dee*. AD tltl etfctr wether flee ankihf' per knew ever te eUfiskleiiMl .
430000 In merchandise was threaten. the men,* His eventual flveipade bid shade. of red to Identify .!rrrlft.II. .,. went te ben rllGlO evtiMe favleVeel Meier*,
Insurance the booth exhibiting Florida "Splendid" we said "But asked South to g" on to six if he could make friendly planes' itafce (for malug tick ee leect e|* wlttiH seek tkelr brew 3
made products. "Not only who give whom the perfumefor could lake the second heart and pink and enemy plane crimson .e a ..e'en fWCWAIM fUll bed
-TREMEUYAGINCY- did we expose our products tl). Christmas' South obliged. Idea of using rotor ON radar 4'rd.lIl. gentle
118 North Florida the market" he said, "but we "Oh, women are starting to While this hand la taken from screens I I. to enable an operatorto cycle lee ..,. Jet .w., wHe'h'|'fy beeillfvllCsatplete

Phone 734-5333 msde a profit at the same give men gift of perfume," he "Morehead on Bidding" It U receive and show on hisscreen ctlea.. Avleeietlc leek cycle with let..*.*

time." aid. "It's lint a big gift Item fully u interesting a* a problem signal of many differing

yet,, but It'*, growing," In play as It li on bidding. frequency range at one time, $222 With S422 With
We can see the ad now South rafted the second heart without confusion Trod I I Trodi
Bill Holler'sScrvicemen. For the men who has nothinga led a trump to dummy ruffed A color key, on a corner of the s.
couple of ounces of perfume dummy's last heart, and playedtwo set like a small picture Inset. In
from the girl who Just doesn't more rounds of trumps. He a larger photograph/ reminds FRIGIDAIRE *
give a dram. discarded a diamond on th. last the operator which colon and
e trump ...t!. Then. he played shading represent which
term la a'limbo"religious denote tense' the the dummy's king of club!, led a frequencies. SPOOK'S SPECIAL! MONSTER'S DttlCHT!
club to his ace and ruffed a
abode of souls barred tram dub. ,
4 heaven through no fault of
4y He hid hoped to drop both FENCING
their own queer and Jack of clubs, but did

not succeed '
Then\ he paused to count" thhand. -
!: '

Any way yon .\Ix black. East card had sad shows either ap with five: i : .,

flgurs It... or six .hearts. depending on wl J

1t T the Wet'f deuce bad been
I FINEST from a three or four-card 11I.1.. : 1.,
Hence Cast did lot hold more
than Owe diamonds. '
This did set disturb mouth at .
DEIAND an. He was re. against West H. 14 dummy'
IS WELCOME last tramp and discarded a diamond .....,..... .Ion -4@OOM : I I nit riKHDAJH lifrleertter. If. .cod

TRAINED TO SPOT WAGON from his ewe bead West I rib FrlfWelr' frnter wW ..14" te the rlffct" size (er a keeu Ml *faseatten.
wad don to three diamonds G
100 ** ef freeter
W ft.. ef leefc, lUe/ei we If Men, pee
club.' could not
and the high He
A tM awe le Jell lie 'vereee witch a spice)Meaty if Itfrifertter Iff specs
ew castes Wl puce throw the !High Hub sad who\ .k. laeeeb
YOUR CHEVROLET NEEDS FAST! I.. M si ken*. ... (Mr IMM. let a diamond go It established ReelX266

rI !.b. ss. __ M Mr.l.e..e declarer third diamond all the 211 L ..Mea* 7J44SM '191, lee Ywa... e... w resI yse'.., ew .am.4 C..a..e1.t e..e4NeMe. abet .e fur ks Mntat sad ""trlotk. :& aI
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sees,,,,..weary.tnd N lea TMY"e re n. It need sea4.e..Nt'. M.'e .... Me ..+rtteeee& .aatte Art sag .. .
tea r red .e..t
TMa a..w..... c.w_ VV Mae race CaM M lN ...... ...., $
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:_ ____ItttAl UpTICt tIdAL NOTICaT LI9AU NOTKS LCfiAL .- .

'I'IDNOTIOIh 6 &T'ICvaN'iCYUDICI4 name IB unknewsji Place *f reel- koAea*. wkoae tins nab; .TIC.. LKAAL NOTICE tIdAL NOTICE_S,I''H D-1 SI IAt,02t 1" :

0? TH 4nacu ChICU5II5rIIMARJORII Cnrtetl-and eurneme ar* u .- if J -

S RN. If unmar. both 1"1" ...IInxl" 1 HJU"IIH.- '. '.M.
a kV rl.d. divorced or a widow and I If married. 1 ; LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
i married or remarried, MAJOtLIEVSRN hi. wife. af.Cn. .4. I slarrisi.
MO. .711 aid i Oo" ": WILU4$" IfssaM.d. HIJUJaI
S. uakaow. 4M mu..
THJBDataware bar huib.eS who** I ; eo- I. PAR.1la. ""* to ;w. IDA W M vsmaItlid. dl. ANNA C. LATHBOP. V aamar.rled. .-
:1'ORATJONJ = hi. who,. Cbniatiaa C. divoraed *r a widow. and, if
nam la MA JIfl.1S MISEr Y. It essar- ELIZABETH ANN KINO tf HUL If raounrW dl. .
1''i"-Ia':1MCI uw.merrtod la Mknajwa. married or rmarrld ANNA C
Jilorlda 10 do buclneas SEVERN -* .u.nm. r. .' o o a 9.and. I I dlvoreed. or a widow .BDMUND W AJUUS onionS w.. .D I mar. o-. 'a LATHROP and LATHROP,

ptotoMM la her unknown kueband, and whoee-ChrIstian-autOs KlAUS.:. KIRKBY jrULM If married or ramarriad, married. MRS.. BDMPNB W.'\f' .a-0 her I1L woes* Chrtotkui name.. bar 1111... wboe* Christian name
ana his whose IDA .la unknown or ANNA C.
or LATH.
A. M BRUMMBTT tt ox el and eurname are both whnee ChrtoUan IB ANI Jl. wlr. whoa nam to unknown
Place of reetdence: In.n.. = or MR* JUIJM kJRKBY aajna IINO... ..b.. whoa er A. O HULL -, whoa.surneis.s .. to ."",and ROP wIns* aurname. to
1'0 USfcmOTfrK Ilno. .m "lIl-1u1.1 and. If to _. her whose unknown, and _.
: HJHat PAU S. NORMAN -, whose surname la *n ELIZABETH ANN UIDD o .. unknown and b.. Cr.
*.m..t. III1a. % F LBNINQTOJT and MaL Mil. known and -. -.- he; whoee eurname to unknown and, KIS A. PAR --a hot kuebaad. who** Van neme a b her who. Chrl.tlan nem*
"I. wll. whoa* Ckivsttan name t t. AM ULDS, a* Dlrettore and wheal Chrietiaa name and : w. Cbristisaims Crola. name and .. "CHARLES and WLar.'t.r;
.. husband, I. lnknown'JAMES ae
: WALTHBR and.
II.known: Place of residence Oard. teee of TUNO OIL SUItS's.TSJCS are both unkeuwn; Rest. who** Christian and Nl : I .
tier MaeeachuMtU FARMS IN<' etoo known & eurnajBeare I WATiUU) 5.liI II W. and If married. MRS CHARLES WAL
HBRBWT I denre unknownWALLACi hoik unknewii married WAtRIAN HwBI ".rrI. THER hie wife. whoa Chrietiaa blr.ID N ELLIS If ....rrl.d
L JPARKIS' I Irnerrtod aa TUNO OIL (JONJUD end. If marCONRAD :
rM ) wife. wboe ChrIsti.
MM. HHMWHT INC. FlorIda IJOM. : nRICMAM I to unknown; divorced or a mer.Sor -
rind. WA14tF > :=Lru .HMf.1.

MS bis wife, whooe Christian' namin ; =' .:of 1551451. 105 hi. wOo. ". $taa Sam tonknown If married. ';IN' 1'1ERMAW. If .nmarrt I".".ani.di ;MllnW Sad.WAL.If .remarried- ,.. bnnhuu.SILo
unknown Pku at re.ld.noelO South ". .akf -M ERL ;
: W.1 ale.C : KINO bis 'I, or a widow, and.merrled .
Massachusetts IlllnolB M 0. R. W. HUBBS whoee ChrisUaasame Cbrlatlan aim I Is nn.
I r0 .n.
to .
1.rrI.d nam* or remerried. EDNA BA.TEIIUAN
I IB unknownADOLPH known, or HB1XCN KLLI3whoee
WILI lAM L. PAKKIS and If A. M BftIII*"*. I mar MRS. B I. and WATER. HUBS. her husband :
".-. MRS. WILLIAM L. FARXU. Jail t. knw"VUIOIf4 whims to unknowa WALTHBR and If -. aurnama to un.
ri.d BRUMMJT. whoa to unknown: 5151.511' WINO. MAN her huaband ._. Christian (
r a. or a HUBBS married MRS ADOLPH WALTHER known, and her
hi. wlf* who. .m.I. whoee .n.I Beeldence IB whose
Cri. or a wIdow nam. unknown or EDNA WATERMAN whose Christian ;
unknown: Place o( re.ld.nce known;. I unknown A. a. M If who .ur. Is .nk.. and his wife ,10 Q.t. iomsand
I If m.r'Isd or nmarrlod. I -, aumam both
fn t".a0 .. k.sbasd. wme I I. nnknown: aurneme are unknownJ :
BRUMMBTT .. T who**
Urnoklyn) Cunn.ctkut! unmarried divorced
: or a widow KINO and Is unknown and .
EDMUND W PARKI1 and, If 00 5 widow .ad If rled or remerried S. M HJLIi' who.* I hr bu.hao4. whus. Cbrisllas nnns and aurnama are AMELIA MONGt" If alm. ELIZA JANS
; : ILYIN.nd l..e unknown rissi. YOUNG, his wife
married MRS EDMl ND W. PAR manlud. A.: bE I ViRGINIA II' and eurname ere both ."lIno -1" : "o o" MIEBER
1r -/LLYIN. .. or ; CHARLK8 ; and
H nwrmlnd rnmarrt.d. ''raOHOU IDA
If or
.. "
Kill, h... Ifs. Chrletl BRUMMIT. her .. .I.nkl' KINO ** AMY unmarried dverced UNZX .m.rrla. and IIEBHR his wife
nun I I. unknown Piece of reel "0 r.l.n le ""II..ow. .a. M. BLLYIMN unknown-and _la. or a end. If mer .I"o and. JONOUII. ;
denoei Belvedere, IlllnoERNEHT or M eurname Is and II., husband. -. f'AMY STEFR o .a.. IDA Ht' 7 whoa Cr.l.n NfHt LANQ and ER.
A PARK1S) in*. I If whoee eumeme IJJI...' and -. her whose Chrie. Crtlla" nailsand and -.--- ker bus bw KER HtZKIR le unknown or oELIA .ONOUI LANG, hue
husband whoa whoa
ERNBST A. PAR huebend.whoee han and bothvnhnown. 1100 1..1 bend whoe Christian husband;
.od. MRB naas sonna. M nr. unknownANDRXA name an- known.
aims unknown. and .
who. Cbrtetlaa Chrietlan aumame R.slloncs vnbanwn AMT I o B. 1 WILSON and If
KIll his wlf. T. BRACKEV If known or KEn her married,
'Vr.Mff f'lS.VBr'Sn.. are both ."knO.1 ..._ un* EMMA DUTTON and OLIVER married divorced or a wIdow .. wboee lurnam to : am -, and ..u..m. I..nkn" I. and 1..b"d whoa are Chr.U.a aims: MM E J. WILSON his wife
3.T. ..
: BUTTON bir b..d; Reeldenc If married or remarried. ANDRC -. list ", whims ChristIan-I OTTO WALTHER .nno. who** Christian nem* to unknown:
b. nam
II BRIFNT PEARL whoea ChrIstina I K. J. WILfcON If
tm.. all name unmarried
ELZ. T and eurerne .
JAMfS-TfAN 5fl4. IInsrriid. BETH BRIJNT. hlB 9f.; Ia. : nINA M BRNER. If vnnar.find. KN BRACKEN who-*. /RACK. ..both .nkno.:.d ar.J"* .bt" "nll.n.n; r.d, MRS Whose OTTO W.ALTHI.b .. divorced or a widow, end If m.r.rled .

$115. JAMES WATERMAN dents If* .k,1, ANDREA T AMT aTEERJ I.". dl. m.rrl.d : :'and VAIl.if Cn.U. I or remarrl K J. WILSONand
CbflaUan .". .n'H.BJRDNER 0 ... .m. 1I.An -i WILSON. ker kue.
.Hit. wlf* whosS MAROARIT MCINA I married or remarried BRACKEN -. whoa cur and DAMA whose Cbri.tiaalam. WALTHER and. If
name IB unknown. ) PUwe or "J1"denne "aod. '' .100.. .n" and BIDNER sam. I. unknown. and o roma..d. AMT STEERS and I* InlL SULLY "h.. I band who* Chrlntlaa nam I I.
P.wtui net Rhode her huebend wboe* her .ba WALTHER unknown, or E. J. WILSON
: IIA -. whoa 'TEIR B B BI8HOP and If marrlwl. ..
EDNA WATERMAN. If ''I1f* OARFT MCKENNA and to unknown or BINA M BORDklN, tlan nam*..bu.b.n.". nra Cri. whoee .* to .nll"o. II Rl. B B BISHOP, kin wlf I *, .10.: Cbr.I. I known-. whoa lurnam to "..
0D:1dJ if ; : MCKENNX her haeband. whoaeOhrietlan who* Putnam* I* unknown unknown RMldenre I unknown b. o AMY ITEERE -. who** Christian nan* unknown; "TORREST and her
::r:4.o"I name le nnknown orMARGARET and _. her husband FRED r I. BARNES and DAIS urnam* le unknown and B B BISHOP If. If tON JMVtR.nd. hu.hend, whoee Christian nina

MAN *nd WATKRMAN MCKENNA ""o. and eurneme B. BARNES bl. wife; Reeldeneunknown -. her hneband whims Chrie dlToreod or a a..rrI. RAMOND aRS JRE8', and aurname are both unknown;

her hunbend. whoae ".I..n neme whoee euraeme la unknown. ..d are I ; .. ... I tim" name and eurname a both nod or rtmarrtrd..B 'BISHOP whoee .PJOUJR unknown; CHARLOTTE JOHN 80MBRVIILK. and

I. unknown. *f DNA WATER -u la huebend.CHARLFH : MABEL O Jf nmir.rl.d and .. bushes). PORRB8T RAYMOND PROM. 8OMLRVILLB,
who** surnams le&7dX"o whoss ('IttIstlaC nasa. lurnasnir. 1". !. WATERMAN end If war.rled. "DJ11. C. WINTFRS and If who. hie wife;
and, If .n'tL' (lIri.l.n ""m. anll..own.I MIEN end. If married. MRS FOR
hal .
bU..I.O.I P.o.idlulcs .a.I" MRI. A I. WATHKMAN his murrhMt remarried' HARRiS O. MRI. ALLEN C WIN B -., who*. REsT RAYMOND hi unmarried
ChrietlaS name and; whims Christian name Is an DECKER and -, DICCKER. whoa*' Christian urnam* to unknown and wife whose PROIlIIJR '. divorced or a widow, 'nd. If mar
stIrname 005 bOth unknown; SIanof BrCHAVAV! and I .I.") Reridonre unknownB. her whims ChrIstian rams Bame le nnbnrwnWILL hor buaband. Cr.t. / rIdS, or remarried, 1HGNE L.
1'.luoll.1o Bh011S MRg CHARLES S. If ".. lIu.ban ) MAE CINDER. If unmarried wl. .lInMhNA CARS and CASH her host
.ld.neal "a. I. MABEL a DECKER CllrU." nam* and. POMMIER
WATEMAN. .rrI. .
"klw" ae band whims .
Christian ..
all wife, ".m. to
whnee Chrietiaa divorced or a widow, and. JAm
island If
AM? ITElCRR. If 0001001104. oil."orcad tam. I. unknown) Haetdonc un : : K B.'l. '-n. '-- whose lr..m. Is :- If married or remarried Wn.LA"AI ORVILI R:DRTPP4 and BOBB uaa."divorced or remarried. XO8 known, or IRENE L. CA8S .

or a widow. .nll If mar. r ..' Chrletla name sod OINDBR and OlNDER D4A M. PRIPP hln sirs; POMMIER FRANK and whoeo aurname to unknown ani
rI.. 0. TSSlOI1t AMY "l'iMUI A. O HUtl and If married Christian name leunknown unknown Re h. .". whne C O E If mar l"f. -I lint husband
and __ 5TZR. Iii? husband.hoS5 MRS A. O HULL his wife. whoeeChrietlan wO. S. WATERMAN dence eurname.. bt. ; _. o WILL MAl OIN- rl d, MR. C. C.O:3h his ii FRANK her t* unknown husband .".lIno.. ..CII.tlll.. ..m. ''1 sub'.

CllrI.llan rams I. nnk""W' "" .kDn! .ho eumeme I. ."lIno... H I. BYRNE and BE8RIBYRNES DEN whoee I. -I'.. whose Christian nnms .ttn or l ROBANNA FOAMIER FRAMItiwhos.surnasosis boO. u"k.o..a:

01. AllY STt0R -. wllOl'L' dene unknown and hueband kla wife) un unknown, and _______bur knnwn: ; GRACE L PINE If unmarried.
Sur.mS I and A. O HULL If dl. whose Christian name aurnam Jlillenc. whoee Christian name and C C: If tnunarried. ana unnown. ; divorced or a widow and U mer.rled .
: ,,..;::d. .O vorced 0 a widow, .m.0 ." at. ,1 "". l..onAURELI ANNA If ".. er* both unklo", divorced rOtllOH. husband wboee Christian_ or remarrlM I ORACId I. PINS
tIn Main and UUlflSlflI ara beltll or remarried. A. u IIIJI.L. ana k b.1.1 1..n. or Ltl and. EUOENt mar. rled or ,remarried C.d.Ir": ere both Sam* an and -. PLNB her husband

.nk..o": Plod of .ald.noel Faw.tunkit. HULL her huebend WilollChnisIlan MART If unmarried divorced ".m.. or remerried, EUOENB I his ION and w H. whose Chrlntlan name to unknown
H'U" ; married.
1111041. Island .... I. unknown o PLt. and If married LIKES end AURJI.'AANA wife whole Chrl.Uea un"ROOEFI hu.b..d whoa Chrl.". MRS W H, REDDICK. his or ORACH I. PINS -.-. wboe
'. If l.m. wife eurneme .
C. ISTIR'' I" HULL 0 or a C. FEROUSOMa le unknown, and _
.ALLeN A 0 I. her Christian whose Chrietlen
MARY PLUT and whoee
name neme Is
MIll. ALLICN C. WYM.ThItS. la and o rm.ra lIu.h.,1 and -_- whoae eurneme la unknown bar kuaband. wh_
.mell n" "kn" mar.rled. W H.
whoaeOirletlan IB ANNA If
hi. wlf. who.5 ChrIsilseSlam." whoe Chrt. rams, her le b.b. "nknow. o AUIELI.A .ins Isher MRS EI.LTI1 1' IR ELISN.I his 1.... and : divorced RDDICK. ...nma.. both ChristIan' nam and surnana are
ro.l.d..e. tIns 0 .. unknown
.f both whims Christian
P\aeI nam are .
onbSoWE wife,
I. 'Im.m. *"' lUband. lied
MART PLUT unknown. and .bO or remarried W H.
lOt.aam. -a .r. REDDICK
Al.& .. .. unknown AMELIA L. HILL If
., V.t.ranS HOIplla1 unll"I; knn. 1T ; and REDDICK\ unmarried.
and whnee )
&"MAT OINDER. If ... HI w.aim and If klB married wife, .her unknown"n.n.whoa-Chrie and are 11"CF.I.n.n.m.."! AIARYLL11 ELLTSON If un. ..rR't\ a, widow tf un. bend whose Christian ..m.her to host.. rind divorced or or remarried.a widow EliAm'r

,"d. Ik R HUBSI tlen nasal ". are N R..lo> Ink"o.. o a widow and known or W, H. REDDICK HILL aadTMIU her ..
widow ,
married divorced or a w/n.I.A d..Cllrtl. .al". ; nknown; ReoMenc nabown.IDA W. O .nd If married. V.1 If married er remarried .AMAR TL :.m.i remarried whose aurna I- unknown, an bend who** Christian name"to
If married or remarried. S W unmerrled. dl. W. O KINO .. w" LUS CLLYMON and PRIIVAT .0- 0, hueband. unknown. or
..01 K 'r unmarried dl. AIHICK I who* HILL
MAJII GUIDJR *ON. hon hu.b.nd whoea Chrie who .Chrletlan .
lIu.ban' ChrIstian voreed o wi and, M mar vorced or If married tlen ".m. I* "nll.I. Keeldanc Christian ".. le unknown, and. BUT whoa aurnama .IB unknown,
ERe but han nunS I. unknown AHA ere
IDA unknown
5T fwmarried. WASHICK and : and -
MAt 0 ATHAJLO1R boll her
I. ,IOk50W. or WILLA rted or HUBBS "V'a11KINO.: RYLLU8 ELLTBON who PRPIVAT'rwhon.sssrnanml. _STELLA bu.bend.
".m. .1\01II .urttamSI. and .aU-t.: huebend. a.WAflfCE.. hi husband If unmarried dl.voroed unknownhuabend. am CU&LAR, If ." wboe Chrletlan name and eur.
(UNDER whoso who* Chriet e* nails unknown er a mvidnw.'and, tf married aurnam* I* unknown and -. IU.. divorced or a widow, and pair are both unknown;
uOknOWn. and -S- < IIIkno." IDA WASHICK whoa..urvaml remarried O. .KINO and whimS Chrle Jf or remarried
or ,
bun blliband..who.or.'IIoIli Chit.ttafl..nOW'll'avins o R* .IB HUBBB unknown.end .,.b.... .o I I. unknown and _' -'- KINO :husband whoeeChrietlan. tt.-. name .1".b.,1.. are beta wIno aasss Cr.t&..m.o .. .ure MC morro and 10 8Tll.LA OIL martinS.HARMAN MRS.O HAWKF8 HARMAN and, If

and .urn&m Ctaot".u.Ohle her ku.bend. who* her huebend. ,110 Chris. ttnhnown. or W ""KE'TH'; WALTFR HTM AN anA. If mar. La her 1..b" ". lIsts of ,.Id.neal -o Ian Salon end eurname .c tIap nem* end ." 5,0 bothunhonun a KIng --_bO.umm. Isunknown. MRS TCLLYSON end. if insrind. HTM AN, ??? u.low"or ITE &ffiBB.vnrn'wwhLAURA ;

If mar. : Residence nnknownCHARLES and ---i KIITH ELLYSON Christian name It Je CLR K. ,
nd Unknown BALLMER
WAM r'WIRb" tt Bn.
wife. when .
WAITHKR and If hueband whoee ChristIan name sans to un D" anknow"
hIs HUNZIKEK. "rt. I
rtdU MITOENO HT1AM. IDA If unmarried ,0 "Jarried divorced or a widow, and
"If..MRS..h_ (.11..11. ,tams I. u.. divorced or a "IdO.and If mar ".r. MRS. wife CHARLEI WAL.. eurnam ..both ""1"0".1 Real. "ADALrNB CLTMER. TE I Onmerorind name> and "hO. Chrie.uon If E'T1"1 "r ."married LAUR,
denre inlsnownKITTIE lurname bothHENRY B.
-' ft5toula. ned or HUNZIKKR C.IIII. IIZRCAN' divorced a BALLMBa and BALI.
knoWS f.i'proll" name to nknewai R..d. L. "". If unmarried dl"o0 a widow If men-led or m "nk.w : MER her husband
and ker 04Nn I .
HUNZIKER hue. whoa
and, If r.marntr'iADALINE :.dp".I 1 POMMIER and If
married, I" .
mar .
end Chrl." .
Ju.tIlON and If mar land, whoee name U "WILLIAM Cl.IMEItand MCELL rim, MRS name la unknown or
ROGER tLIiSO$. hIS Crt.I. ... .. WAI.THER 'and. if If married or remarried. KIT'Tri 1 MERCHANT HENRY POMMMRThlB LAURA B:. BALLMFRwhoea
rI. )SK$. RIIIJPR mown, ar CLIMBR her hueband.wboe XL. I.ball. wife whoee Christian
married MRS WILLIAM WAL. GANNETT and ( I* .. nan un.
.. I. whoa and I eurnarae to unknown and
I .
.If. .hos5 .11..11. surname unknown "... IB unknown BEIII
W.tar.Ai wbn.uCbnI.iian THER hi wife whose Chnistlasalms NETT I.. hu.I.n' .110. ( C..I. MITCHELL rTYSON: _'._-_, her lIu.b..
-Iu.b.n" to unknown Keeldenca han or MERCHANT _. end VT. >
t'aI.D'd'1 name un'ADOLPH unknown er KI'I ..1 CL. Ram I. unknown and 114 whoea Chrlatlan name and BUT
BR whoeo hia wit.:
IILLYIIOI. II bninarrId. bath .n "". I* OANETT. -. .b..ur ,4> _.. b..I..II. whose IN.E. PENNY name I'M.olt unknown.
"k..nILR..d. .lInl' WALTHER ant ifmarried. .. i .. a ChristIan ." are and If
."arc04 or .a widow.AMARY1 (YAIII5A.'. MRS"ADOLPH WAL. -. .unkno.. 1..bnll. whoa* Chris.. ".nol whoeo Christian name both u"k..o. .ur. MRS F. B. PENNY his wits, JhoM unmarried, divorced or a widow. If
married HERBKRT ,
hi. .". Christian urn both unknown; Christian name Is unknown
1 J.rxl\rr ZLfT. Ill wife tlan nam are both .u.n. a widow. and If married or remarried HAR.
MAN wife, whoe .ur.m. .
Chrietlaajiam THEn F.
Chrsntlan unknow; R.eldenc unknown unknown) .. .""1.." MEHAN and Inarried and BERTHA) E. PENN I un.rod. dl.vorced RIET L. MCDONALD and _
1101'1' bar"d wn.I AMARTLL.USLL.YSON booms* ahkaowai .01._ unB ANNA C. LATHROP. If unm.rrl.d HI. WII MERCH. kl r..modi. B H. or a MCDONALD. her husband whoea

.m. I. ."IID""" SO wbo.S ..uniiamlIs B .I HOP and. If AMELIA MONOt. If unmar.ried divorced. a widow, and. If ANT. Ma *. .10 Chrietiaa ; I or remarried F w&.nJ ; and .hrl.tlen name la unknown, or
: H h hIs ". and. Ifinarlnd merried KT remarried ANNA fl Berne Ii unknown I her husband. whose Chrietlan inns pJNNr. I. whose HARRIET U MCDONALD, whoe*
::: and ChrIStian aanlI IR. \I" ,. BIIHOP' wife, or remarried, AMELIAMONQUE LATHROP and LATHROP ROBERT SMILE and If and surnamn ..both unknown: ? JSw"1" u"kno. er 1. ."raam*.to unknown. end _.

her who...'both ,111 leetdenee "unknowna I unknown and MONOUB,. her hneband .II".. Mlll.n n"m. rled MRa ROBERT SMILE,t C4RllJ HBB.AR If unmer. I.1LTn.-T-a whoea :2! .--a her ..b..d. who*
.. .
: wife whoe
and .u. her hueband whoee Christian name le unknown Christian nam Jhrletlen almS and

Plans of .ald..eal voreed B. BIIHOP.., I."m.dl... I..lno... AMELIA MONtUI tOp -0. .u..a. la on.husband. kn8kom n. : :=CATtR0 1 bar :, Shoal Chrletlen t name both unknownJ ; Burnam ar*
booth tiakutaC1TH *r a .-8' eurneme I. "" ." BMTLBT and If mar.rld. .m' and are both unknown; M
and. marS rled or BISHOP -. .n"n" end If
tILtsOM m mar.
) .gN and ker whoa MRS OEORQB SMILE. hie BARD rRENI ELLYSON If M.d.'JIRS .M
-. ChristIan name and .
hIS unm..rad J M
: and BISHOP. h.r h..b. : THOMPSON, his"ilown"
)II .. KICITH huebend Christian ... Ohrletlen I o"bO a ,
rt.d. ,Is lJ5bnowu Whims rhrietlan name and eurnam* are both unknown., Reel Wf.wbO nem I neon k 01..0 o .* ChrultUl1
(1tv4stibs yams "II.Chrletlan name IB unknown HUBHARD BMn Is UtI.
wlf. : .d.1 ELLY
ar JleeldencB kno.
.n. nnknownORANT CAMi o"r
WtStIsAI.IO B ..
of BISHOPa wkoeeaurnam .
IaCI _. BLISS and ANNA MAROERT SMUJCT If unmar.rl.d ar... to gnknown and 8, hit J M THOMPSON If unmarried

MERCHAN' CUll. I IEM. her I. unknown kuebaad. whose and Chrl. OTTO WAI.THER'and. I .. R hla mites Reetdonea tin. dlrorc.d or a widow, and, Iimarried H I., 1..b.nll "u"nd. whoea Christian Is dlvoroml or a widow, and If m.,.,
or remarried. MAROERY whais ". or IRENE ELLY8O
rind .
OTTO Crll. ad or ... J. M 011.-4 tIP a Ian name and bothunknown r0. lRa. II. wkoa THOVP.
II .U"I. a W.ALTHICR HELLEN ELLIS If SMILE and ''IEI. kerhueband name Burnam* I* unknown, SON and -
vnmarnlnd. .
.nll If m..d OfADAthdt ) I whoee J A. .n" THOMPSON
widow I married
hueband. ho.
known I unknown or a If -1. husband whoe Chrletlan ,
CLI1fICR mar
MERf'HAIIT ORVILLB R DRIPPS and RO dl.oroo .d. l"J wheee nen e
Unknown, MAnGER! SMILE MRS I A name
or wife, Is
"II' husband.wltna .. hi. I SULLY WALTHEH and If m. .ldOWi .. both aurnam unknown, or J. M. THOMPSON
CLU4KM. Real.
) whose unknown ___._
and IEINA DRIPIl -I whose suraams Is unknown.and un a : -
0101 I. unknoWn.or I ried, MHS BULLY WALTHER C and her hit v whoa .urn.". to u..
Christian d.n. Wife. whoe ." .. Christian -. MUDRELLYSON. I.n. knowS: and
C. mnanI.4.
ADALIM I o.ho }J whoae rhrlstlan aims Ill'B. HTMAN If husband. ,irIIIl.
):R wbos surn$1S Is on. hint C. C. VSIIGIJIIOM. hI. wit., known: R..d.n. unknown } M"J an. bolt vnknnwnlMINNDI .1 or a widow, and."ani.1 Inirilod_ ."d.. AUDREY and eurnama both hem*
) n are
known .04 ho.huubn& whom Chrietlan name le unknown! JMl/1 --a .nb 51.1.150W; CHAW. If or remarried MAT B HT ELLISON unknown:
.... and. if bar DALe
\Irt.I1.. teotdenre unknown marrt d. Inw" hut sud W. *
.11000 MAN
\ : Chrl.tla .' vomanrlsd..dIorod *r a widow.. end HTMAN ber hueband. whose Christian flaws DAJ.JII bar husband
100 aI boIls 5sknnwnlI'IanO I C. If RAMOND POMMIBH his : bv.bald. .110' "a" and. If who** nam I I. unknown, or ;
and Sums or remarried. laIN.141h3 husband AUDItS EU.!
Vinton. lowSwILLII ..C FU0.10" u"ma. whom Christina name ; beta II"I"o"nl : Crla who .ilia,. las ."01. end bun.
0' 015I110nlt ) 8HAW and i i iHI1AW unknown or HYMAN : "ot .
MJaCHAMT and. Ifarnled ...$ "hlo" O FEII JII- loaldonra unfinown "Rnldnnte. H. YOUNG unnnow* J. huehend Chrietlan t whims eurneme la u.- f: ;;r; ;.d ,:!zL"? .:; to by dosS 0raIIna'andailun,
and ELIZA wll.
WILLII utk. .r 10)51455? BAYMOPID "R"M. known partlee and ctalmanta
MRS. ION JANI and ", whoee ChrieIi'5 her
I -i ---- FERUUHONier IB unknown, or k..o. and *
whnsi CIIrtlll"n.m. BItER and. If married. MRS FOR YOUNG. hi, Wl.; 11Id.. .m. lINNII -. "f it claiming any rliht,
CHANT. his .If. hueband whoso Chri.tlen neme mown KM.YB<>N SHAW -. -- .lIo lIu.lnd. .II. \Ir.I. .m. am.m. both unknown) title or
I. ."kno..n, Plans of piMndonas II "Dk. or e C. '1&80\11 JHKHT RAYMOND ChrIstian PHOMMlEa his. CHARLES SIBBER and IV1IIEBKR. 'ur.m. le unlln.1 and are btb ." : EVELYN ELLTIN. If ." rrr7i1Isnad to th* property I.Rssldsncss .-
wife, la "a
"b. nam vs.hnownt M.LUH mnmerrled rl d. cause
O.m""n. her who ,
Burname Chrl.- ,
Me wire; "". un"fujRFNmi CURlrt. ukn.wu'YOU
ROBERT aO'IT.ICT and. tf mar'rind. asS -. -. her huebend, koolisorn unhnnwmIIOIIANNA ; I..ld. han ".m. andsurnam* both dlvorred or and, If inn,. r : r l 'lOWt V51L'TN

lR" JtflBI'RT ,MILIi,. his whoee Chriillar nam. and aurnan PMMIER FRANK. LANG and BR. unknown rind or remarried lEt.I.E CUH- r AND EACH
.boM ChrIstian 5aIS I. Oil.Itnnwnl unknown BeaUeac .If unmarried 41"-a widow StInt and her hsr ,-EllSN. hereby notified thet a OIIUIJ.
isPRSVAT t.ANiJ. .
wlf. NEST rKBITRICK tot SHERMAN M rrTTKONand. Ifmerried. CURR1 -
.b ,
and. If ,' 80.SANNA h".nd.Iri. I. Plaint
Oem' leunknown to Quiet
01 ,esidino.I EVELYN Title bus bee
Im. .nk.ow" ELLY. fib d
luebond. Rtellenoe unknown ) BUSHMAN M. ELL.YMON o
*". 1-* ATHALONB ?. If un .P' FRANK. and H J. W11.MO.N anil If marriMl IRI. *. whoee Chrl.tlenCHBSTTH NEWS CI IN -.".. la un. 5alnst you b/ ths l tlff In th*
ana If '* -, _. a bov-tyld
aurnam un _
fmrtKT B Court
narried divoraed or a widow, end, I. " .110. hon for the
rlidMR* OFOHOB sMfLBT/ :his. U' married. or remarried ATHA.WItS ; I1'' FIIANI& MRJt who*. Pi.I'J il. name Nl: 'n:: n.m. I. VLI.:YHOV eM. mown. -her " whose Christian sans* and of" eul.tln, ,1. prVwlr yt
I whoee enjbeln
ChristIan "le .
wife. wnnee Christian yams I* un PREVATT and -. :hi 'fiR unknown : married MRS CH KTKR tJ! lIu.bnd. nam am.m. are both unknowa; Volula touri.

nowaI place of rsldnc IA Port.IOMA1WERT REVATT...I.. hu.i."eS whoeeChrietlan or .110_unknown hueband, divorced 1..101.J. WILON. |(and""". BoN la bin wife whoeo "'... KOehU.tnam. are H Y"AN.buIlt unknown If n'erriSd RALPH, XRS.OIlED RALPH KINO and OIlED If XJ'y'lSi' .'* set dnarrlpitn forth In 01 Brhed..'"

IimJCT if .m.r. ATMALONB ulllnw" whoa* Christian name and aurnam IL name 1Ink".nl rled dlvwraed his "I', Wlio ule A attached hereto and by ret.
: Christian55li1.Lkno
rind romarrlfd. WILSON : 1110
or i H. B BTKO 'I and If
r1.d. dl orod a widow l:8 'R.WIUY Ifnarv4.d whoa eureaeie I:AJn'nw. and. .are known both unknown. "Beeldeac. nil and in-'--- WI'ION.' I.r hue.and MRS H n STRONO h tparried'e wife. If married HTMAN or and r '-.I_L. HYMANier RhSEL.LA -. ;;;b .and *Iro0.eJeberebIMITt h".."to. .... ..

whoa .
or > la .
Onknow wboset'hnlnilnn
inS aIllILII". -". .m. W. H IEIC and If ( nine "nownINA ; lI.br4"b.CII.I.I.n name JKi TYSON li wit. W a your Answer ether
"O Cr. a..1 notions rled. MRS or K. ILHOV --, STRONG al I. .. 'Y.O t :

lisp:=;.or whns5 XARCJtRY( I.r lwllOIII k r.. b.11.0W.1 ..ld'1 ... wife. whoe* Christian OfCK.*. who-* aurnero- le unknown bsr and, known ka INA Ht'TA"I.r."tITAILI. ---a 1 whuee lullL. to nn.mown dinaicad MAJOR, aS KNo I inmarriud OIl (h. PIal.* th"*".Bill-atforneTs"wil.t-
Is If
unmarried divorced' .
.unvaias I., On'knows. !nnwa, Keeldenre unknown who Chrletlan hu.lnl. .I..ow. .nd If .nari.d or remarried ld'N' llame, Mnmnn A Kinney, itO|
---- sum r end, If lu.lwnd .
m. or .os.vll. INA who duPont
L'U W. H < name KINO 1 Alaildlng. MiamI U. 50.,,.
and : rled REDDICK I nam IrS built unknown l IlARI/ 'Dd.
:1 u"ma0d STRONO aim and .
f "tnownas both
IIH1N 1..1. eumame are unknown sod f".
; I an
am. : 1T whoee original Anaw.
.. ChrIstlaa .. r
wife wboee denr unknownJOHN .
u.nwiurwTm Place (.1.1. viol er remerried w. HDD.JlcK IVA mx" and C. A. KUSIEsITI eatS I. Crll. II' 'h.' Piriding> In the INfis's of
unknown lUJ
are bolh known) BOM VII I. F and C II
I R'IBRRTS his I2Wir th* Cloth of .

rtW3?..r=' ffiw.iN.. low iHAVMil wittrw! I r0.BBIIIB 01"0 MITCHELL.0 a wi101."r ..m..d. If. tuebend" ,.nIIC. H.:r-I nam. "1 I (1 H.ARLOTTI. *J. PiMhRlLLb unknown .. n Wion, IVA(HTTA'LI JITRONQ HUXTARLt
iiumaviiad. 1, ?. a laIN.Itlil .rod C .mani.. 111111 _. __i, wkoee IRatSU U n. If umiur'.ddivorced _---. 714* ISA! ChI,stills neme to ..; .urn.m. ere whose both Christian name and If to do
smarvis& .
., wl lr.:1.1 *
marliud or a amL If unknown
or roei )
It .
and .ITtHIL and -- bnr ': It'XTARLI whom* eurneme le nn. M a LOW. If vnmaM.d. dlnorriS RUTH ELIZABETH Pro win be :. :
tUsTOOld IHAW and .: I ; .r.kueband. whose Chrl.Ian rhoae Christian name and hu..n' rind or remarried._. IRIN'II Inn". _. or a widow, insrrind, divoorad kiNO. If nn. 'fIa fOt' tll. .' """"led
..11ri. .nl In th
I ." 2A8S and bu it S widow J *
SHAW Stnr llub.,1 MIIfMIC name unknown er I'1 ar. both unknown; un. CAII. la IIUha"d 0'. O..t.. name and lid or remarried, M a'fW.:4 If martini or antI Bill of 'nmpl."I.'
I. MITCHELL a.old..c land, whose un nemarrtsd, EIIJTH
tian .
0501. o her hu. WITNESS
i Burname

);LlrIu$I..HAW"_. ChnI.flas wboo.surname .. .SamsIa-.-. her.hueband. whoa-. Chrta married mown STELLA, divorced MO CULLAR a I and..". _mown, o_IRENR eurnam. .CAlls... dlvnrced SARA .TROSO..111 .lnw"l.I.d.unmarried. "... B LOW. LW., -. to whose unknown eurname, 0.IBunknown JUNO EJIABICTH b.... ...KINt.and.b__Chrte. sold,. ."Cnurt this mj Jitk handlolusia dan end'of County"eel of,

wbo.' and unknow
husband. Ian and bath o -
II" name eurname are and RUTH INt.
.ow. remarried.
b.hunkunval or rte o .
wl-i ,
nknnwn Rceldence unknown who Chrl.tlan name .
and kiSt whoa.
"r.m. a tC CULLAR '. lIu..nd. her bus. hueband. name (IIUL
Place VIa BERTHA HYMAN a end. and "."'. ar* both unkown Wbo.. l" surname .1. and _
;" .. and '
hand. Chrisilasi ere "
.AR. her hn.bcnd. whoso oem is unk"o.n n'IIt
I' remarried IIIR+ ckriitlan K.. unknown 11 b.. n whoea Chrl fAmA"

rIAM $ :?. .n Ifinarrisd. -. whoee ."Zldji'j... STELLA. MC :n.c. I PINE. If nmarrld. wll bonn._ o lARA 'TRO.t_. and LUL.ORRII, .I.".nm.r. lien laws .au.bnd .bothCHARLfa Ct.r.RK 01' VHS
surnasis I unnnwn,
i IPI.
MAO. t'tR.h a wl low ann If mar n" rind CIRCUIT COURT
---'u.. 1''. lis. ", iW. .. Whoee _" iiem. tIed 'A ..4. URAlki I. F1M3and -ChrIstian h.r 1I..n. .nd ... rom.r.d.' ULA. MORRIS CLAIR KINO and If aKachel Ancepe" .. .
.u..nG 1..t. nasa* _. who** and MOKRII hneband aturrind, MRS.
- ;; : i nbnownl" PI..t PI. nrr whoee I. CHARLES CLAIR INput7 Clar
1' .1"0".1"ld."O h..b.n" '
and \ unknown
.' South inknewaCAjmiB eumame ere both unknown; whoae cfirletlan. n la lMAROARiT0STRONO Cri.I.. KIJ hIs wIfe whose .SCHEDULI A ,
$ Xt Ii lifdenoo unknownHBMRT I. PINK Ct.1 I 0 I. nnhnnwsi .Crta PARCEL I
I'lnI' HUBBARD; If 0 URACI .. surname le ..k _
unnar divorced and
PDMMIKR and, If mar. .. .nd or ELIZABETH AN" All of till
; 01.5. divnrrsd Sr S widow' and Ifnarlsd Mad MRk HENS POMMIER bin -. o"ln. sod remarried lIAR.loud. "o kueband. who** Chrl. dIvooe KfI. I.. m. baSICs and .".
or wiihin
SON. hIs wilL who. ERclr so rmri1ud. CAHIIS h".n. wll. -,? "W COL 1 tla" earn* end ths svbdlvlsioa linnw'
.. I. "kno"1 Pl. wife whoe* Chrietlen name I .n ChrIstIan .me aet '. are vnbnnwn'AGMEd 0 aurnam are both If-- or rrmnrrind ELIZA. 15 Lobs Hei..n H.lIta ..
HUBUARD and kar *
i. ., .. luib Dkot hon husband HT8IARl InWI. R..d.a unknown boils unknown: : : (L I. tnk'wi MAR.OARBT LARI8H. If unmarried KIM !N WINO and _II sod I' Block H. "ubdlvlelon
whO Cr.I. C'Y8IN PUtLINA TY AMELIA L. HUI.. |f .' 0 ) bit husband SI) OOrOb'nlsiOnl
; H. STRONO I I. .nlll.. HUB- SON Keeldene ;: COLB Ivoned or a and. If mer ham .. I. Lot T SeoZ
1 his wifs CAIRII unknown or a wld w. tlo" .
la. IT RUNt). : dl""r.d rind tLtZ1. TownShip II *. lent
to F Is unknown and or remarried UtRIIH BETH .knn o > ">. .
RI : and If married remarried, ZOI "A It !;
vnknownl' "etk" a.,
ChrIstian nm. II --- pm \v '. and ber ANN -** aerording u lbs Mer
'lo. 1.55015. ; \ MRS P : Y. his wife, whose Ittr and luba." "II. whoee bu.. -. and tll.roo' reowo.*
.1 "ld'II ho. Christian ". rtirletlen .m. I* "" )la.
.ho. hrletlen Reel ni are -. hnr .
JI I.nka".1 whose rhrlmlaa name I* ,4 "lIn.. "" k ". Shuns In at Pigs 541
ame and both or AOVES LARIBH .. Chrt. and Map Book .
& surname ar* *a.nowat dono. vshnownV. unknown or AMELIA both unknown: tim. as" Pats 1* at
; 1IXTAfltZ 74
harvests of
tTRONO H'eldenc UAhnowa 1 .le .bothRITHARD ti's Poblho I Rsnosols
A PBNNY II NORMA "lIn. and ui.nwn
nmarrled dl. whose I SELL If : Voissis .
MAT un WNI us.Inernid County.
INA .u.. .. YInitd
Ilitowa SO HUXTAIL 1 A. HTMAN If .
and married Voroed or a wl I.> and. If and __. > or a widow, and. b..hnd who** Chrl BARLB KINO
I"am.m.d. di000COd lillflTTt5d. INA IRS. i. A. HYMAN. his wife whim or remarried. .F,"B. :r: "OWI who** (hrlatian namo If m.n4r-i fir remarried. NORMA Ian name ..n.. a both I.m. "Ra RICHARD and. PARCEL II

If tIP alas Chri.tiasnam. I* unknown Keel -.- laNN". ker. I and eurnaxe .. both unknown: LNt KFI.LT and nknnwa. wkons EARL All of lbs land Iarns4 nil _,
:: MAY HUXTABI.HVZTAU. and enoe unkeuwnMAT who** (' alld.n.unknown ..". wh ieo (' n."KJIY.. lIEN J DEMO and. U Banil eumo I. unknown: 515.4 wIolilu lbs ."I..n" bnnw*

IJG bin a HYMAV. If unmar.rled or F. fc. FINN ----> whoM I .. : II. HAWKr_and If I. unknown or NORMA LONO 111CN J. DEMO VIRONrA HELEN ItfNo If ... as FIRST ADDITION TO C.Aft.
Is 1..b..d divorced : If .".". I* unknown and _. 1(55. l K Bl J Y whoae surname I* ... ".m. I. vshnownl ,. or a widow. NELL, a \Jbctt..o. Inrst.d In
ri R' )IUXTABL.IS narried or "t.Ity a n'!< -' her kueband whoa ,. .. UHt ha I. his vita, AI. end -.-.> IIR" JULES KIRKEY. If ".. If m.mod 0' roInroied viaorNIA and PortIa. It _"el II aouth.

h- _. a. lilA "A"rUT.L IAN and ., has nam and eurname a both 'hrlellen name Ia .,"no... :::,:: who e Chrletlan name : .a.r dl- wdo. and, HEI.IIII KING ailS KING Itangs '.U at. aocordln' to th*.
1.. .
( neme lenaaown. den, unknown urnam. both : .. .>er husband wboe. *. tll..
eumameto u" r.I.. HYMANoawiim.ownaml'snknaw5. R.d...nll. unknown "aad Ia Christian .sys M recorded In II..
JI. I. Snob .
.b I StENO KU.IMU.V ".. t.At'IcA J 84LMIR If an HA! t'ypRlsiwooo and. KIRKJY .nll... 01' VIROINIA HELEN .1 Po. 4U at tll. r ll"lolueta .
ChrIstian .ameanJ dlvoreed end 1 If.a0o ...1.' ant married. MKS. HAROLD ITNDER. XEY. .IIuban' "h_ (r.. KINO t who** auroarn boon,). .1 County, rtorlda
Plans nd > ker ku.hnd, rind er -:, IRENB ELLT* if or nmarried. t.Al'RA "nul Situ" wife whose ChrletU t." bias's .III\a ."known, and uaeband. AjteiL
unknown bar III
lt" ..0 Mr.ll.... and aurneme MjN ..r El.l.VaON. kerlucband. It nAlililkit and -. BALLhuebcad. I imknowntR JCL RIRKEY whoe* Oirietlan'nam
taut 1M 111001. sm .! Jteeldenc ... la ..k_ and An .1 tilt las) .leII and ...
"I" ChrIstian name Innknow. MEtS. Christian J and MRS R U. Syrians any both
". .0. HOI unknowet I I&ised wmain
k..e. ., so TRANS ELI.YONwho. ".n.. I. jaknewn. t'' whose ker ANDREA T. ". IUlldl..n" hnows
ChrleMa .ban' .O Crt. BRACKEN I .
.TRONrt. "" if unmarried. I. K. HO. silas aam asS i iIf AI {'ARNELL
I ."a0.... HJLII C".IJ ., oisrnsms Is unknown. MALLMkR m-i e mtbnown5051'OS a Nt merrled. divorced er a widow'and ubdlvlelon ICBDIVIIIOM a
,0. e a .1d iAI1.A IttONG not If n ar* and k.r hueband. nays 1* untnown and _. H HFVCRV and If nknowni I".rrI.* "' .. AN6RKA located In Swtlon II.

: bob- led or remarried, NVLUB CUR wkoss rhrietla name and aurnaaie _. r hvnbead. ".'Tied, MRS: RotlCUB N BBV.RN WALLACE D.0 I .. T. BrUCKBN and Towssloi5 II sooth. Ita. II Kae._
and = h. IIB and _\UIUUJ her kue a. both aknewn; Keetdoae ... hrl.tlan" tianx a*.I euin m.10. his wife, whee Chrlatlaaaae MRS. WAI.LAI ORAD KEN. hot II.... whims BRAC. =:' 15 th. )Sap thereof ae
band. .m. un and. whoe* ( la no.bnnws. his wboee '1" Christ I. lIsp 5oo 5
a' Jl* d.t# i..nkownOBOROB | kwire Crt. en) am I* unhavw. *r AVnnvT lla al Pus
r.T -> or NBLUB CURRIB AUDREY KLLTSUN If winner.ried. HARRIET L SIC ONALI : K. BrTTBRX .VM": T. BRACKEN .1 lbs "'11. Secords of Va.

who* auroama hJorJi and whoa* eurname la dlvoreed er a wl,low. and If unmarried divorced in a "I OW. MRS. OBORON .n.. I JL.11.. If .-. to ..11_-. and boie_Mteuraanw basis rtortlla" loss and ...
-t I. married and If mnrrled n'niarri.4 ".rrI. M*. oaiit lb.
or remarried AUDREY nr lfJwlf*. wkoee Christian : -a "or heaband, .. lo"toell
Wh000 < .u... who** I ann 11..t'04 San,* unknown Hoetduu* \I""'. sans but "u.h..d *ko>* SEVERN. If ." ksowni I nnbnnwn 1 ar* both S. Herb l'It Loti S .ad 1" 81

dooms U&d Weak.STRONO .aknownROHELLA I. .. AUDIt'! ELI.!. hrletlan n." I In unknown. or plod. S'suuiOS no a widow. n., EL'I' If ...ani"I" FIlED I. RA.O sad DAIS II 105; Lots ul aid 11, Slunk Ills' Is'l
laYMAN If If *Isrk
Ltf&r aloof mb-as sursa.s. HAIIIIIKT L MC errieil *r remarried. MARJORIB B. IJAR'ES his' "II. ; Lola Ii sod Ui
CL.Uttnrteddivoroed ried. divorced er a widow i and.a' and '-_I."r -. .k eitrnant DNA.1 t IKVERN and "..1.I. M EULT8ON "A U, DECKEd.: If unman. hilorb I.: Lot 14. Blttek 151: L'
married remarried L1".ban" .aVERJ. .
er her
husband whoee Ohrtet en nem I. ir boebend whoe I.. div.we) at a widow, I Skona loll
and. If married ** laYMAN and HYMAN her .n wkeee ed. Chnettq .. sod. If
Chrletla Mm to wutrio.e Lot.
aurnam are both Bnknownt .ba. Same 5. nhaowa. *r MARJORIM SBV.RN or renanrtod, It ii I
OARET STRONG tXJLB and whoa rhrietle. ... .le Mmunknown .. both unknown; Who M ELLYBON DECKER and MAllEt. 11. 1401.O.t143.le.14.I.
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> ried. er a If Mar lehaad, wbo ChristIne sans .1".b.. r. or M.ABKL 0. DECKER
TKO O OOUO known, and married" rled. MRS J. M THOMPSON. ha .
: dWa. vrnsm ar* both unknown .a.a N ". ..
Whuos Burneme Christian Kara with, sInus ObrMlaa aam to krfJA unanowwi .. .k"d tlCAC MOTIC
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who** Christian naa>. asS auraamar denoe I. unknown KVBLYN ". W'CIlOMPOON. Dh"rrON. > NOTICE
II..k. er BLLTBONr JAM ee TO
both unknown 1'. of red.aoet c A. and WCLLIB ( > wkoe suraanM I. a widow i .I.r. too. ** TV'Ntl : RINA M.BORON BR. If aanutr.H atbnih; .; SV CMIOITOM

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whose Chrlellaa and Tl NO ( I- M. l.ttaUA
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New Families

,. of .) ;.
..., .... ,' ,*, Are Greeted

DeLeon Springs -GlenwoodKM. In Glemcood

1t GLENWOOD Two new

J. C. LASTIKQimItEIXON TUEN U CLAftK families have moved Into tile
village In the past week and have
been welcomed as new and permanent

Mr and Mrs Robert Nits:

Briefs I Brownies Feted At PartyDELEON I Club Gels I, Comfort Nathaniel William and Albert Bonnie their Scbtt children Jean and R Martin h Ea.>rt

h bastlan Elite have come from

Sanford to occupy the fornvrHolUngsworth
From : SPRINGS- The punch) were served. New Name home Mr C m-

Brownies were feted with a party' When all the little goblins left fort is employed by :'Iar or Lou
at the home of Mrs Stewart for home at U:30 a.m. the sayingof Skillman of DeLand.Mr .

Perkins Saturday morning. For the entire group was, "we and Sirs Alvin M Vamev
the occasion the party room was all had a scary good time." DELEON SPRINGS The of DeLand art completing plans

j DeLeon decorated with Tatar drawings Brownies present 'were Nancy Home Demonstration Cub will tO for the purchase of the Conrad

In Halloween motif and a ghost Asbuzy Cindy Brown, Peggy hereafter be known as the Extension I i % I house and have moved into it

I stood In one corner' to oversee Bellendorf, Barbara Eracht Bon- Homemakers Cub. The with their tins
... -
DELEON SPRINGS Wt extend the party activities. The refreshment ale Brtllante, Barbara Brlggs, change of name was voted Into ..-: ..,. ........... :f: :'If "'. Michael Vamey who Is com
a welcome to Alton and table was overlaid with an Gall Carter Debra Asbury Pant effect at the County Council ::....;- "t n _c'. pleting her studies In the School
who orange cloth on which was written Gassman, Sharron Jackson Vets meeting held In Lake Helen last # r I. ,Q'' of Music at Stetson this .
Vera Nelson; of Seville are e'Jr .;.i\"R year
now In business In our community "Welcome Brownies Hap na Perkins, Carol Strawn, Patty Friday at which time the De- ,. f>"." ...r:: 1.. ".... ,(. -..: ) --.... :;..... 41 Mr Alvin Varney is In. the
py Halloween The centerpiect Sctiwarze Jackie Spauldlng Leon Springs Cub was cohort trucking business
and his
: the restsutut

They h.pened
Susan with the Lake Cub SOFT TOt'm-A giant airplane bogged down? No. Photo shows Boeing experts checking *
was a large smiling ,pumpkin Sarah Newcomb 8)'lvlI'tf't' Helm' is a registered nurse
Pete Peter
owned by the bull- a B-707 prototype plane during recent tests of new soft.field landing gear at Harper tmpl0ye4at
Jack o' lanteri Favors were bill ; Marcia Sennholtx. Dale ; Following the morning Fish Memorial
17. Wt wish Hospital. Mr.
sons on Highway pop ghosts, made by.Mrs. Perkins I Brooke Sheryl Nelson and De- sees tension and lunch, a program Dry Lake, Cslif. Area provides the softest surface on which the plant operated during Michael Varney will be her
them success.Justice I three- tests. It did not bog down during any of the tests of the new 20-wheel. "hlahftot.tlon
and balloon Wise entitled "Our AmericanSocial
? Lacey frequently on weekends from
landing gesr. Data obtained will bt applicable to CX HLS (Cargo Experimental
Bobbing for apples and other Guests were Marcla and Caren Heritage" was presented West
Palm Beach where ht .la
pt Peace Charles \ ) which Boeing hope to make for the Air Force
Heavy Logistic System
Lennon has moved from his games appropriate to the occasion Perkins and Cathy Trueman.Mos. with members of each of the employed by Pratt Whitney

headquarters In the were played and then refreshments Andrew Bracht and Mrs. ten clubs of Volusla' County par A cordial welcome to the com

Bow.temporary building into his ,recently of cupcakes cookies Austin Trueman assisted Mis. ticlpating. Mrs Fred Poudim Pegs 11 DELANO (FLORIDA) SUN NEWS fllDAT, OCTOIER JO, "M Briefs mUnlty is extended these faml.
completed new business building candies and witch's brew fruit Perkins during the party hours wearing a beautiful beaded Indian News nee
necklace and headdress
which houses not only the Justiceof

office the bUt Peace also adjacent and constables business I DeLeon Springs Personals I Florida with Springs feather Under group's, gave Five portrayal the Flags.DeLeon" of Cub Scouts Receive BadgesDELEON From DeLeon Drive Slated

space.: BuIlt on the sight of the

former office, the new building'Is DELE N SPRINGS RosleAdktns ka, who In the afternoon took Mrs. Walter Murton. councUpmldl'nt. there SPRINGS Awards Flowers Arthur Newromb' Freddie .

a tine addition. '" to'our.'business. had .asa. caller Sunday them to Seville. to attend the will be an, announced Open House that on Nov. and badges were presented to Peterson and Charles Spauld Mobile Park For UNICEF
places. afternoon her Miss Virginia 90th celebration honor lng
niece birthday
S from noon to 8 p.m. at the members of DrLeon Springs Cub
Carroll from DeLand. ing, Mr. Jim Cade a friend of The meeting, conducted by
Tho November covered dish David Pratt and Lloyd Sponen- long standing Agricultural Center In Tavares. Scout Pack US st their Saturday scoutmaster Robert !lp.uldinr.IIlII'nl'd DELEON SPRINGS The GLENWOOD Children cf

supper and business. meeting of burgh, who are both members RETURN HOME with the public Invited to attend evening meeting at the Lion'sDen. with the cub scout promise regular\ winter residents at the the Glenwood Sunday School will

the DeLeon Springs.Glenwood of Boy Scout Troop 258, DeLand Earl snd LW Phetteplsrtcame DeLeon Springs Cub members Those receiving! them wert taw of the Pack, motto and Park are beginning to arrive make their annual collection tor

Volunter Firemen Association and Doug Jones who wlnL as home Sunday night after present at the meeting were Mrs. I David Blackwelder gold arrow pledge to the flag. Special projects and those already here are UNICEF ttthtr tonight or t"mos'ro"
which would have been on Nov. Hans J. Hanhart. Mrs. Anthony silver completed bv the boys were Charlie and TUlle Williams, who night as each child prefers.
David guest, accompanied the three ,,'"k.. They spent a week : bear budge and two arrows
M.... Prentice Clifton, the their home
been canceled because ot( Chiller spent summer at Each has been assigned tmtt'
C has troop .on an outing to Silver In Norwich' N.Y" where they ; Stanley Blackwelder, Jr. en rilnplay At ,the close of the a
Mrs. Lloyd Durward. Mrs. Law In Atlanta Slick,, William and
the Turkey Shoot being sponsor; Springs Saturday. visited Earl's daughter, Irene hear badge and gold arrow) Bill meeting refreshments were tory and been given an official
ed by the association at S p.m. Friends were tony. to learn Weeks her husband Richard Mrs. Lawrence MacCary: Canlie bear badge: ; Edward served Martha Sprecker who have beenat container to nse when asking for
Mrs. Charlotte Norton, Mn. their home In
that date and again on Nov. Schwab Mr and Wrenshsll. contributions.
on that Ceylon has received and their four children. While Flowers bear hedge; Keith Parents present mere
7 from I '.m. until 10 p.m. of Madeleine Furley and Mrs.Poudim. White Minn, and Wallace and ElsieDrtesner Tomorrow night from TIM:
word the death of his foster they were there a family reunion White bear badge and gold! arrow Mrs. George Stanley I
son. Raymond Powell, Mr. was held at which time ; Get.aid Fleser wolf badge Blsckwelder Sr, Mr, and hint from PlalnviUe. Mass p.m. a gala Halloween UNICEF
A. change of plans for the Powell, 34 years old; was Instantly there was an outdoor picnic and gold arrow: Eddie Brlggs. Jim,C.rwlle. Mrs.. Leola Flow New residents at the Park are party has been planned. Every

PTA Halloween carnival poster 'killed tn' an automobile accident dinner with lovely Indian summer Girl Scout wolf badge, Dennis Carwtle wolf I .ra, Mrs. Marjoile Newcomb, Mr and Mrs, Louts Black, efCleveland. child In the community is IB.

contest at our school resulted in oft a freeway, la San weather adding to the badge; Jimmy Newromb wolf hire Junior Hunter U.... and Ohio, who purchasedthe vlted to the affair at the Sunday

only the pupils of the fourth and Bernardino, Calif. pleasure of the occasion. There. MeetsDELEON badge and gold arrow Mrs Pat Briggs, Mr. and bins trailer belonging to Albert School! Recreation Room la

fifth grades participating Prizes MT. Schwab came home last was a visit with friends In Troop The following six M)'. received I' Ralph Fleser Nathan Hunter and Dee Ray who have gone to Fellowship H J1.

went to Margaret Vincent, first week from Warren Ohio where Maine and being rock hounds their bohcst badges, James and ?olr, and kin Robert Brookavtllt to reside Mrs. Black There will be games and rt.freshmeats. .

and Gary Herb, second In the he was called by the, Illness of most anywhere Earl and Ull go SPRINGS Junior Brooke, Gary Carwlle Ljndnn Spauldlng.Eplorer'Scouts. la t sister of Mrs Harrison\ it well as prizes for

fourth grade and Patty Brooke, his brother Merrill whose condition they are looking, or digging or Girl Scout Troop 704 met at theIcl.nol i Sloan. the prettiest funniest and most
first, and Danny Dowllng second continues to be critical and afternoon with scary costumes. 4
both and so they found clustersof Tuesday: .
in the fifth#.df. Mr*. :David will continue so. He tells us that crystals"wSilt In Maine They leaders )11'". Henry Peals. Sr Area Parties the home of Mr and Mrs. Ernest : The filled containers should be'

Drury.. Mrs; Chris\ Sorensen 'and while he was in Ohio-he saw a did some digging Connecticut and Mrs; Charles Murphey bothpresent C. Ansley Tuesday afternoon returned at the party.
Mrs. Pat Brlggs. who served ss snowfall. who Is The two men art members of
where they found floresrent rock Candy Strewn, Cani
Judges report th.t..n of the Mrs. Hardy Cribbs had s and on the way home they stopped working toward receiving her Seen Stage pout the same fraternity at SyracuseUniversity LSO.AC NQTlCSt_

posters were very good andcommend happy surprise when her nephew! over to dn some digging In first aid badge! gave a demonstration PopularDELEON NOTICE TO AMIAft
for their, At Lake Wales loin, Henry Grovt, formerly *f
the pupils Set 1-c Eugene Founds; of Portland the Ruby Mines at Franklin \ on the use of various ire' TNt (" T or TIf
Interest. The posters are on display Oregon arrived unexpectedly NC, where they found some types of bandages Some time SPRINGS Demonstrstlon DeLeon Springs and now of ',tvENTH; JtbiciAlPlHTMi CiRCti: ;'!

first and second with appropriate to call -on her and rubles and garnets was spent In practicing for the parties art again popular DELEON: SPRINGS Members Princeton U, who has many r A l'N1:V r AND rl.f1tiI .>,

ribbons, In the following Mr Cribbs.. Eugene, was on Charles and Ruth Carter forthcoming flag ceremony On tt Explorer Scout Post S5S, friends here la visiting' her ('LUf.Rr N,.1{ nII40 DIY 1

places; first In.the school leave and visiting his sister were In St. Petersburg for an which will be staged by the la our community arroirtpamed by their advisor, niece Mrs. William Belltndort ttJUA.1:1':OWtM. aces

cafeteria and second and others Mrs. Walter White and other overnight visit with her cousins, group Thursday afternona of last week Kenneth R Jackson camped of Dateoa Springs On Tuesday Msbaad tmi Wit L f>UiUffa.I .

la the business places of our relatives In DeLand He left by Mr and Mrs. Joe Mullen At the meeting each month Ruth Sorensen was hostess for out overnight Saturday at the Mrs Grove and }II'I. Bellendorf AJW'.. RlftririiHtW ml

community. plant Tuesday morning to return Happy Birthday ,Wishes this the two patrols of the troop are. one at tier home. The officiating Great Maaterpltct U .Lake called on Miss Anne Eckert.: and Astir ar51DL/NAw. ......

Support tht.PTA by .attending to .Portland and ht will be I week go to Qyde' Cribbs and holding relays The one at the demonstrator was Mrs Velrfia Wales. yesterday the three women went a.lint.. tNt"' CANS Or 'a'HIII, f..atara.

the! carnival which opens to leaving anon to go to the Philippine Rev, Charles C, Cala tomorrow; meeting Tuesday was not only Dempsey of Orange City,, In Upon arriving Saturday afternoon j to tall en )It. Harry Schnable r'r r&.o"'PA
morrow evening at 1:30: at the for a tour of duty. to PvU Robert M- McCargo and fun but It was also Instructive. addition to the free gifts given the tents were pitched and In Daytona Beach s mutual ASTIR es, leant 'LaccaMute au/

school Recent supper guests at the Ricky Dl'l'UMSunday, to The makings of a table setting the ladies, games were. played then. a steak. supper was pie- friend! of ,the group p O'strSNan"'!!: :r.1C'l'' ''II:

Crjbbs home were Mrs, Crtbhs* Rudolph Hunt, Tuesday; to were. In a paper beg and each and prizes awarded. Refreshments pared with each boy, cooking his >SB RUIOENT iaNO. 1'': '''''.. an'not. end 1'

Fire Chief Ralph Phllpott hasannounced son and Mr. Bessie Stafford, Barbara Me girl had to take them out, set of rake and coffee were own. Birthday cake and punch\, Long<< time. residents win hi Interested ., UfiiMi.unknirwi cud hIM erete.a.irl tt l law anf'

that James p. Wlm-- and Mrs J; T. Pounds and their lame and Robert Taylor Wednesday them on the table correctly, approved served to Mn. diaries Murphey made and sent along by Mrs to hear news ef Mrs any and ill, e.rseu en qrou

berley ls now one of the regular son J. C. from' Orlando and her ; to Victor Vincent, Thurs by one of the leaders' her daughter, Patricia, Mrs. J. Jackson, was served! for dessert David Burrtll whose late husbandwas oiint( i"'. "*r.llwv.ihrmwft.l ,.m. 4 mutt D.hxd.'p
firemen of the DeLeon Springs daughter Mrs. Leonard Braaton sad return them to the bag !)to. C. Lastlager Mrs. Lawrence In celebration of ,the birthdays a local pastor at one time :nil, in* .11: Mrtnn*, i*.. and ...

Clenwood Firemen's Association.Mr. of Altoona. day.We send very special Birthday for passing It on to the next Nicholson. Mrs Charles Dreg ef Jerry Taylor, Pat Buckner ).frl. Burrtll la comfortably situated N I.M eteloIle5 the' >telkurfi..P I.'tt'k.r..laW t.11.10'

Wimberly Joined the group Marshall Wells left SU1lday'to' Wishes to Ma... Leola Lynch, a girl.; The patrol who first. wins tors, her son Steve, Kurt Ingle (the was unablt to be present so with her daughter Miss : ,.uhi.: e lej1rY7lur': N Sielua
at their montly. meeting Tues return to F h Jackson. SC He former long time resident ef our lour relays will be treated by and Mrs. Austin Trueman. the boys brought him a big Kitty at New Smyrna Beach and c0.t' Pities' ag0, *
day. evening. had been home on a weekend community who Is celebrating the other )patrol. To dale, the Thursday evening Inert was a piece of the cakes, and Dale although she was hospitalized d.ssst.d as tott.:- Nytletllarly"

Firemen representing the association pun visiting Us mother. 'Mrs. her. 10th birthday today at the Panther Patrol has won two and party at the home ef Ivey Horton Henderson. The preparation ef last summer with a severe attack /'. .*.."" eiMniilia,'
at the meeting of the Mack Besstnger and Mrs. Bessiager. home of her anddaughter the Eager Beaver Patrol oat. In DtLeen Villas with Mrs. Pearl breakfast and lunch and sightseeing of asthma, she Is very well I'.Linit, Vnliiiii' C*. riaT.ciir4in

Volusla County Firemen's Association Mr. -and Mrs. Sam TROOP MEMBERS .Daniel of Sanford as demon made 'up the Sunday now This was reported In a letter a* (>see SI,u elM.we wwirH I.| t:Li.fii J4ii line

: held at the Deltona RI'ENM11T Calloway with whom she resides Troop members present at tht suItor Prizes wingers during activities before' leaving\ for to Mrs. Charles A. Trtmpe. starchIii'' fiiUt K
Community Building In Enterprise Mr. and Mrs. .Ed'McBrlde, ef In Jacksonville. meeting were Jennie Deanna the: gams period were Ivey and home la the afternoon Mrs. George W. Po tens wh I.jf4e DeuMent ,, r r.

Wednesday evening were Washington lad., who were en Congratulations to Leonardand Brenda Drecgors: Patty Brook Mrs. Robert Gilmore, At refreshment Boys present In addition to with her late husband lived In
Clyde .Crlhhs Junior Hunter route' .tl) Winter Haven to visit Lorraine Paige who celebrated : Shirley McGee, Karen Murphy time\ brownies and Jerry and Dale were Jimmy the .house presently owned by "l&tlllt ,Mr"EtT HBB B

and Chris Sorensen. relative* In that city, stopped by their lit II wedding anniversary 'Yvonne Carter Kathy Trueman coffee were served Others present and Thomas Shelton Data and )Jr. and Mrt. A. Dmtglaa Clark .I tout in.wir" la U the*.*r>f*melon Mr*I

and were overnight guests of Tuesday and to Clarence Susan Shumaa Barbara Oxlwln. were Mrs. Cart Dugan, Jot Burkner, Reuben and Den la now' living at the Cheimar ..iieiie, an ,the riMnurr aiu,...,

Group: AttcntlsLakeland Ralph end' Treva Smith and and Dorothy Dreggors who will Christine Gerald.' Kim Giovanni, Mrs. Ralph Smith Mrs. J. C ail Keller.and David Muter, Mobile Park on Route, IT Mrt. ; yM A Jttin, annd 4..j 11 145 .1
children R. H. and Janice. Ben- At the regular meeting tf the ,,,. u..011551, your ,..
Ed be celebrating their 40th anniversary Louannt Brown Elizabeth Lastiager: M.... Chris Sorensen Porteous has spent the last several sea
Service tad Ralph went to school together : tomorrow. Is, Sue Godwin Margaret Vincent Mrs. Peter Brooks, Mrs. Pat Pest held Monday evening, Jimmy months with relatives In ana 115 Ihu: ' .with u:: (;: .

and so a lot of.reminiscing Also congratulations to Marlene Suzanne reUor.. Llela 3r1js. Mrs. Bill Larey and Shelton was elected delegate Connecticut .and England says IPDLas:t. rn .. ccc: en bntee,

For New Building wai done during (the visit. Hayman, It. H. Smith. Beach, Frances Godwin and ktrs. Kenneth Brown. Also Mrs tn the district meeting ef Explorer she. \Is happy to be back la fat Mi. bh.,...ear.., the Mi iiUork .k*",,.,..A.D on,,
.Mr. and MM Joe Lowe hive Carolyn Sylvester and George Laura Benls. Alan present.wert Tommy Ashley of DeLeon Manorof Scouts. Other Items of land of sunshine. Lomw.ini: some .14 k. eabea

GLENWOOD/ A group of returned" from Homestead where Birdwell who were among the Linda Shelton and Candy Straws Gleowood. business Included the making ef Mri. Rudolph Von Tobri of M,*nut Ae<'" \r 51 tutu t Iftfl.

people drove Lakeland Sun they spent two weeks while t honor roll students at DeLand who are both members of the At a party at the Hunter home plant for a formal Inltlattoa Mt. Dora called on Mr. and Mrs.David tlLD'tbal title .h.. I. t awe
day afternoon to attend the houseguesta, cr -her ton In law Junior High School for the tint Cadrtte Patrol of Troop ItS and Wednesday morning. M.M Glen ceremony for site members" G, Shepherd Tuesday aft 'she 4'.' lisle I. 5e 11 a,4 u 11 t...... as''i'

cornerstone dedication of the and ,daughter Otis and Marie six weeks grading period. who are both serving as honor* da Hunter was hoatess and which will he on Nov. 1) and ernooa. are acetsa lret"bo..wli .
Truett. their sons Johnny and Mr. and Mrs Leslie art leaders la Troop 704. the discussion" of a proposed 55,4 ns4 out.Sr *
Ferrer Bunker Building at Florida Ward, of Millie dark of DeLand. was Mrs. Careen Ktyet la a patient w Win HT onrtscn the
Presbyterian Homes. JMry'' and daughter' Connie. Winter Perk were here on demonstrator Those winning money raising project that of ( at the West Volusla Memorial Ml *.u.. Mall Se ....11....4 ..'.
Since their return home we Thursday of last week \ was away her daughter Territ making mosaic Items tt sell a .... ,n1 t?ar -....." .. Osaka
'This entire prefect Is of Interest visiting Jo wad wtth the Duane Cast Mixes during the game period Hospital. Miss Tbelma! la as DcLAbp n's aNa. vh_
locally as.the late Mr-Irwln have ,learned that Marie and Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson mann family were Mrs. J, C. Lastinger, and Key" of Miami! la here to stay his'. "'"C'I rlwII' *.

Howland; aa uncle of' Mrs. El- Johnny have .not. yet wverd VISIT PARENT'SHayden George Crlbon who was recently Urs. Junior Hunter Coffee GlclnvoodPersonals with her father while her mother I ,".lilt-lie MI 4 tart my of k.n4 Viluwi ii CJwi r. N
bert.H."Cot was Instrumental from the Injuries which they received and Sara Ann Bolstsd. dismissed from St. Joseph looladt end rookies were served la lIMp!ta1\z1d. I ri""' i<... and Ibs MU il sale. Owf*
In their automobile accident of Jacksonville visited her : *, t.i*.... Pines' ae n. iu a*,
The first build- paresis Others present were Mrs. Boys taking the offering al the
Its organization. a Hospital la Savannah, i 0.l...,, A fX IM4
lag the Howland.DeLay Noose on July (. Marie- arm Js Mr and Mrs. Marcus Ca., Is here visiting\ his sister Mary Hunter Mrs Cecil Hunter nvnlng service last Sunday i. JC WATHA4

was named for him and for Mrs attn la a cast: and will be for Brsnnen and brother Adriet over Mrs. Eva Barnard and her son and Donna Faye. Dens Sue and were John dully Mike; and ,' ,In Aa Clark... rat.IIteta H ass Omul Cool::

DeLay, who hid left a' bequest some time. and Johnny, who last weekend Leonard. Ht will return soon tit Chuckle Hunter. Also Sirs T HAhlhett CLENWOOD Mist Isabel' Itl011., and lam Toiler I' ri M C.\
suffered'a head Injury, Is stm Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sumner and her daughters Betty Mill Alice Vat CHI will mi.9r
for this purpose. Savannah for a check op with Icefield returned Saturday from 10 ./ raciin, AVD JlEW,
It was stated Sunday afternoon under have a doctor's care and may stopped by to spend a few' hours hit doctor and U all .U well kt1s and Karen of DeLand. a tu weeks trip to New' Jerseyand to Leesburg tomorrow to attend 0.en'y c"fc

that Mr Howland had also gtvea to undergo surgery again with his eider Mrs. George coming back to day Pennsylvania!! where she a lunchroom meeting ef Delta WrLLJ..lM tlersy to,A.P41ngt'sis OT'mots

money for the purchase of the OOfl.Mrs Lowe White and family aa they were Joining him and Mrs. Harvard BirtlftlayeToldCLENWOOD visited friends and relatives. Kappa Gamma aa honorary' or- w .... Torts. Accent
two lots tn which the Ferrer- received word Monday ea route to their home laNaranja and Leonard t o have dinner with Mrs Flodt Jones U In JacksnnvUlt gaalxatloa for teachers. Let, PWrda. Ad
of the arrival ef her ninth Park from .14.11."
Bunker building Is being constructed Umatflla. them Sunday were Mr and Mrs Birthdays to this week visiting kr .
grandchild a baby boy born to where. they had been Nodes a.INT1eTION TO
attending u.AL
This building consist- her seats law and daughter ),fr. an Elk's Leon Barnard and children Debbie be celebrated next month Include granddaughter, Mrs. Nlch Elk MOISTS: FICTITIOUS' NAME

tag ef SO apartments la expected and Mrs. Tom Wright of Toledo. Mr. aad meeting Mrs. Wilbur Barber and Steven and RUM Para' hose, of. Mrs. Henry Ttttty ea the Ins STTLIMINT eoceIv "_la fi.MUKIIIIM.. *>...,.*.with'"! IMt Ckipw tk. .5155a.......
to 'be' ready for occupancy la Ohio. He has been named and their daughters Linda and ard all .f DeLaftd and Mrs Mb; horn B. Ralph Maxwell and Recent rsllert from Winter Cot Hf a COUNTY: n"T \',/ll(,1..IA f'Ii' ::if*.* will ns'att .n.f.:; C.r!
Wetter Branton Ik "iri-ull I wart V5
ser daughterSandra M... Durward. stk Jay Park st the home at Mrs Floyd .
February. Lloyd
Christopher Tavis. Sandra of DeLand, called on ; 'f \ fu"HV4NUOK1. *- W P510.hJ1I .... Cmuir, twuto, :*.* N.N,1
Making the trip "ft'IMr., and Mr. and Mrs Lnwe' worn' Boo and Daisy Harvey last Friday and son Sammy, MrGafrln.<< 1hh, Mr. Peter '. Barker, InrliwM Mr and Mil.jMilhas ,, r..;<..>. tt' ff owf at P.1u.'w1 the

Mrs. Coe. Miss Helen Knapp \'\visitors Ocala Monday. eveniac. The Harms and la last week's ttemt, became, fkhaeMer Mls Helen Knapp, Handle ea) Monday ..ft..ralllll. If'U rwMoritK ........ I .flLTNM HIMoki.h TIt.LPI.SfN'ernvlclG k. I III ......' ih
Ida Hill Miss UDlan Park of a misprint, tilt name of m Mrs. Franris Both are friends of ring m NettiMTII nrtEN:'" in"
Mrs. Pat Hurst returned to Orlando' their ; McCarthy, I hso..N .5 .i."iMtn > in]
grsadaon. ..
Bonny Harvey, ... ., .e.
niH II.
Mrs.I Barney Jones was omitted from snt.e .* MIIV, If fx .
Mrs. Joseph Nielsen Mrs. l"h Mrs.Louisa standing formerly Connecticut wi/esl H *
ft'. Saturday after having been were, la Dtybma Beach Satur Dewey Meadors. ; M e._cr ef ... f ."'U b.ry, rmriito ret
and Mist Helen I ICart. IhoM who wen present at '11IIIIPP" residents Wednesday atI.,..,. t kit fvrik** i .. twtke.tbar
LeRoy Young home ware Thursday vialtingher day. Sunday dinner. guests at Mundsteca, ::nil. Mrs.Easts 4a'M.LLtnrue4 ... a. ere M lb. '.'l'I ewa./. .
and >r r>r r rn Ire> .
family reunion at I Si es'd huNn.N.6Lrx
Dr and )In.Yf.
Wilson and Pat callers alto were
I paints. Rudolph and Ernestine : the Harvey home were Mr aad JTth I Inkvlioii AM IH..k, are *>u* % I. I.&OJf..lal
Hurst. Guests at the Mrs. Ivey When and their the home of, his. grandmother, Manly tht 2Stb.Caagratsiatlons. I Howard Let tf St AIII"tJI. ll"n> 111 4.r* now Ik. ".<. ...... axAy' )
i soa Mn. Ola Lastlager. Barney .Ula N, F see <" IK* Neeensle! ""'
J NAr tK
Thank Offering Hurst home for the day Sunday David of Winter Garden I to all \ .. .1.. .? < I .
who Jowl t> itnx cone. Li' ".. '
the Norfolk f* r M '''' ''' .
and overnight that sight wereRudolphs !had been visiting relatives la Navy, stationed at I II )Jr. sad Mrs Earl Cooper wentto "....,.. ewe. ._.t eI anti, Pleat >*L4. ,.......
Slated Vs., and his being home rod Lauderdale for tilt week Anwea 5w aw C'H. ... M ,....".... e.15tt5
Program sister Irene Brew* Seville aid were ea their way leave to ._ Sad Pled ........,... : .
ea attend the Home-
and her .kusbaad Henry from home.Mr.. to- end reset iNt..d. Vessel Csrar L" KC eOI''T'' VAYji 1.h 'f
ictlvltlet at DeLaiKf fI ,, rb.ode. .L lets day M Ou1ans: R I" .
.CLENWOOD-United Presbyterian 0rIu& and Mrs. FrsnUe Hardy HaLts the I Mr, tad Mrt. Robert Partridge Ace 1M1 1 rtpaiDL ix '.0.'
came at same 0 \:\ ,
Ernestine attended a aad their children ef ftaaford called ea their former .'raEt"T. Jaa. .
Women will hold their meetingat Bryan aad time that his mother, JaaUr' Ce.rtw ?r .... ....,... I ta KK &/"1t'l'
annual Thank Offering Service, the Coronado School la New Karen of DeLand had dinner. Rae Farmer tile neighbors' the Robert Comfort ... Oa.aJN' feoedI tlAit". > : ,.***...4

Wednesday at 1:30: pm. la Fellowshtp Smyrna. Beech Tuesday evening with the Chris Sorensen family Lastinger home.Mn. was. visiting at I family ea Monday aftenmnt.M U'-.,....".N To 1)Ml.. 'se<..! 'roe n and a m..*MrMn IMM|;

HalL Mrs. John KeDyprogram hs company with her flow em Sunday 1'b.nthey west home Farmer KMT CAU.KC.Mr /1iAL aTTISMt5T solit was ",,, .. sits'..
has start returned
pIn)ea la 11I1.kasrhronrn at the Snrenseas .went with them I end Mrs Jay CUM of Palmetto ""'P' "I./i : It IUCNT.wi1111ii Y .u N .. ".at Ted. ana bs.nb+
chairman will present I fe her Scene .la BnllfWoncI.U.N. tuluoel''oe. xsm"1.4 n4 .......114 Ie Munn
George Marks School Drug to spend the afteraooa sad has were recent callers at the .
ofTkankzgtvtni" .5410..r't "4.wn's
en "Tke Sacrifices .". iSa5raeovMutter say T0r,
a program Mr and Mrs. Joe ftorUes had supper with them. home tf Mr. snd Mrt. Charles 11.: ; t--- M MrtMe"lf 'it. Ml. S|.. ."......
among tkvtt .Jldenta I .. W Mules'
A L .
Mn. Los Starkey wlD lead Saturday afternona visitors whowere Friend were glad la hear WM vert shoppUg tt Daytona A. Trtmpa. Mother visitor was I I* T.M ** AM ere UIJ; : (. 'w':1: j ; '.'
.r. Pkela. :::
their lav and daugh that Clara Mae Mertwether has Mrs. George Ksllogg ef OrUado. iM.raeoei B** .' lie
devotions and Mrs. LloydDurward Beach Wednesday were Mrs. .. ..
the late Mrs TttfHk em ti *min> *f tea a *i* 5.51 Cw.7 Jules e. V. .
wO chairman the ter. Mr. and MeL David Baker.j been dismissed from Oschaer Carts Sareasesj and her nephew, STnifaw6 a .lJt..1a law ef the ef ;tuna M: a*e.Ne'v Da.w4. tf. it kn *ftu* !. ih* :'
TitatvUle. author tfacghter Elsie aad FMadatMta HxepMalla Lucy Keflogg. whe resided near .... ere era ... *f of Kurt Mr. sad Mrs
hostess committee members large .
fiHuar riwil ,11. .I"
1144 Nawe.M Ittt PINS A.MOMI
Mrs. Reese Mams..of.Daytoaa Nw.t Orleans. La.. where she the TrunpM.Mrt ftisa
Careen aad Mr. sad Wtfki trm ik 4i tt ik
which win. bt selected from Oreggnrt I* ems lUovlni. M*** **
Beach Mr,. Freak Suckles ef aderwent a mastoid operation Mn. Cert Hunter Nwa Lire Ktefig and MistMarjflrte ran,--; ere rm r J":4f* *r guy ....-. .... ....... r,
Group One.Jiptter te.s yYMa. 5.4 IWe.NN..4 ane MM will.. .. ,
Ceeatn ,1
Mrs. luF6pwaB" ,
Barberrffieaad jAsephlaf aad eke Hawaii MuUenbarg .
'convalescing at the thai sse W 4ii.lirt<4Mr I. '_. ,........
normally takes t hours Ruth aad Mrs. AJW.r 14yrd tSeville. < home ef her A. Three.Counts ef the people hi Pa arrived Monday evening s. ltiw>iHMi ei.r 1'irot 4t ...." a MNM N \1 I
R. Merhrether the foiled Slates have varatbNi al the em Isis sik 4r tt *- Dow" t/ .
Si! mhnrtea to rotate oa It* axis sad Mrs. Mert.wether never for a FVwMa a mA Jo,
M recent rakululmi'bdleae crannies a- speed ... 4ay'wtifc In Ualrie, La. traveled. la a rwnsnerrial air :: horn of )f.... Leah Lamouretw IM* /.' HtrrtrlA I.q.ee0 ....... A. A4wMeln'a A !! "

that new fun resolution la taking them Sudsy wet their Poe tint 'Oarrr Me wet aennnpanlHI fUtr: Half the popuUHoe. a* asA Miss baM. HenfteU.Mr 'as.t.rimrt..._..* ef "' IeM"" M.LiCMAale ..ij wtu.tN M Many III 14.1-1;-' .

U seconds longer. By astromkal dantht.rlelaw.. Mr. aad Urs.CtS4 LfMiaaa by her sitter Mrs. cnrdmg to a recent study, newest 1d. *41 mi be SlS/tvf COMB awl Mrs. Joseph / DuddUttoa ....- ".'..1-:1e" yy w:\::: f'
standards, this to a : Bqrk s and children. Jerry the. wt* has stare re .e farther thai 309 milea front tf Keajttgtoa, Hit pew .er...... t,4 a w .yt.dt4.. .AMt51ri
I Is
drastic change. Joey.Got lad Qq-tr. II blare tuned kooM. While Mr*. Crasa hoot to the count of a yen,. early touting: Florida ttopptd at U4IntJ' o.ttl.U / ,

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II West Volusia Church News ,

I Paul Warned Timothy Over,Misuse Of' Weallli


I Barbcrville book, "dimbing the Heights"by Pierson Instead of k3on Wednesday of

Al Bryant. each month By EARL L. DOUGLAS I tempt. Yet today the need of positively dangerous. From the enjoy It I* up to man to nee

! Group singing followed with Mn. WOK Turner served refreshment "Money is the root of all our economy of abundance economic standpoint today' this gift like all others.! In the
, PD'Tf.C08TU BOLLNT.On Stuart Leonard at the organ. LtTBXRCCTh to till 11 member evil." How often !have we beard have largely destroyed these hero 1 I. the consumer who spend Ugkt of hit reiatfoneliip *a I 'e

Sunday at the Pentecoatal Song for Today, an arrangement Ebenezer Lutheran present this maxim repeated. Yet the value Movie, television, and nearly the whole of hit Income Giver Stewardship means spending .

Holiness Church, the R.v. John by Mr*. W. E. Standing Church Will hold worship aerv FIRST B.\P1'18T quotation 1* Incorrect. "For the display advertising present us and then goes Into debt for a money for good things: for

Candy, pastor will bring bit was sung for the benediction. William lee Sunday at U t m. The Rev. On Sunday the worship service loof money\ the root of all with an endless parade of thing wide variety of good and services the care and education of one't

spiritual mecMf to the conp-e- A Musical program was give Eubanlu pastor will of the First Baptist Church evil," I It the statement which and sensations all competing for which are gradually transformed family; for wise Investments pm
fatten it 11 .m. by Leonard at the organ. bring the morning meal."*. win be held to in the love whol.some'e
at 11 ..m. with the Paul wrote Timothy our from liucuriet to neces- rooting mmerce:
Mri. Floyd Clifton Sunday Th* hoateaaet assisting Mri. Sunday at I.4S: a.m., church Rev. Alton Stephens bringing biblical patttge we are ttudy- ON THE CITF title What he owns It "on the for the support of Churches colleges .
school welcomes achool will meet for adult and
superintendent Leonard were Mrt. Hock: and
the spiritual meaaage. Ing today. Economist tell us that the cuff." and charitable Institutions.
an age group at the Sunday Mra. Jacob Green. Sunday school will convene at Acutally there U a vast difference "health" of our economy depends The key to the right use of Good use of money spreads the

I school hour at 10 a.m. Other attending were the Wednesday at ails: p.m., the 1:45: a.m, and baa classes for between the two rendition ) on the continuance of money it stewardship. Money it goodness on to othert This It

At ( p.m. Sunday the Lift- I I'J Rev. E. B. McBroom. Harold Junior choir will meet for rekaaraal children and adults Delmar Money Itself I I. neutral u far tt mans spending. Saving can be one of many gifts God leis man the Christian use of money.I .
liner meet for their trudy hour. Hock, Jacob Green Mr. and and 7 30
it : p.m., the Harper LI 1 the school tuperinten- moral considerations sri con
'J Mrs John Candy li president of I Mrs SUaa Norman Mra. H. M. adult choir will meet, Both dent cerned. It can be used to atari

,, : the organization). Huatey Mra. Aahton Neal Miss groups are under the direction Mrs Ken James will\ be at the wars, to bribe public officials, to
Mr Candy will present th. I Naomi Taylor and Mra. Victor of E G. ,,Weatmtn organist and
I piano for both the morning and purchase a licentious type of Church
evening message at 7, Schaefer director of music Wejl
evening services living, to build hospitals, to conttruct VOtuJla eVireclor/
Wednesday at :
p.m. The general meeting and luncheon The Baptist Training Union cathedrals, to alleviate human
Sklppv Haynes will meet with Sunday morning worship aerv of the Lutheran ChurchWomen service it 7 p.m. will be under auffering. To put It limply
the Pioneer Girli. This la a Ice will be at 11 and .
wa held the leadership of It merely Instrument
Thursday Willie Ash- an
Clasa for girl aget '.12 yearsand service at 7:30. money I. ..... v... Are.. reed Hill SL CH""TlAH CHURCH 711 North Fraekfwt Ave.
LadieiAuxiliary. moraine la the Pariah Hall A craft of power and power can obvlout- Jack. atele' P...,...., (M..tI"l .t The Wemsn'n Club Lifer. J. L. Marshall, Mlnl.ter
la sponsored by the Sunday school will be at I:45a flint strip, "Chrlatian Prayer" Th* congregation will meet at ly be \used for both good and .eriiese "rld.,. S ..... W. Mlshl.aa' Ave.t 101 Onera II.... Sunrerd
.m. with classes for all
The agea. was presented by Mr. William I for the evening worship aervlce. bad enda. FAITH L :iTHIIIAN JACK .0..0. MlnUt.r W"'IIo' I aaturlay am.
The will meet at and
congregation prayer study meetingwill Eubank and Mrt. Bill Zlebarth. SERVING L'M GLoving 100.. "."".,Ive..l. A".. WNOAY II"VICII " lI"hlO1:11: M.
7 30 with Mr. Candy for midweek be held Wednesday at 7:30 Alll. acbnn4:1u: am. Pra .. ,
Mr. CMN.' L J.lesn h.Ur y LNunS Tue. too 0 raMmA.
During th* butlnatt session Choir rehearsal will be ,
Senior tt money la quite a differ.ant MMnIDR Wenhlp ID 5Yoratpg _
aervlce. p.m. chblr rehearsal will 5rhaoL f..m.
I I prayer BAPTIST be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday with I the member voted to donate I 1:30: p.m. under the direction of matter from merely using it Wonhlp: 5:15: sad 1..1 PnYN!' .IIU:: PW T.10, tae; .... CHURCH OF OOD
$10 to the Lutheran Orphanagein Bobby Robert. ReuN !, {. Took. Ste.
Instrument Sine all of u*
Sunday church aervlcw at the William Klckllghter at director.' ai an I""a? CHUSCM 01 000
I ,
Virginia.An Thursday at 7:30 Is DELAND PENTICOnTAL 5r. Jsm. Albritton
, Barbervill Baptist Church will Junior choir rehearsal will beat p.m. are concerned to torn degree 111 { RIL.w.e1 :
HOLINEa5 CHURCH 5nnday fchoot, ,
, be held at 11 a m. with the Rev I 10 Saturday morning In the I appeal waa read from the hour for church wide visitation. about money how do w* know Luther Mesn. Paso, Raab" Wataen. "..., W".bl! lIe.v''"..'II am Lm.
Daniel Them the church with William Ktckllghter, Lutheran Church in America fora Nov 2, at 7:30: p.m. then wilt when that concern it merely Instrumental Pond.. 5cheol ':1 am.: Si: 5, Kentucky' 5.r t,5. No: : cmm
presenting be deacon sundat Wenhis a.4 T1pnnAa.: s.hoot 0:15 am, Prayer Meet1r (Toss. 0 s4
mraaage to the congregation. director and Mrl. T. C. Moody special thanks offering to be a meeting.Nov and when It become p.m. Mornlni Wor.hl". 11. TP.E, itch, t.1t sms .
Sr pianist made In November 4 la the' date of the love? Her again a fairly plain w.dnesd.y,7:10n.m.: Evana.lI.tle lie",.... ':10 oft.PsiMITIVI __
Sunday school will be held at ....
church business l'amll Nlabt W.d, ':10 ALL SAINT EPISCOPAL
10 a.m. and welcomes all age FIRST CONGREGATIONAL During the morning, cancer meeting. distinction la available by whichwe .A"TIIT CHUIICH I..t........ '1..
groups to attend David Cox it Sunday morning worahlp aerv pads were mad by the member The Prayer and study meetingwill can evaluate our true motive N. '''''. and Plymouth A"e. CALVA" .A".T' CHURCH I a 1ft. Hoy. Eucharist'
the school auperlntendent. Ices at the First CongregationalChurch with Mrs Carol Prehn be held it 7.30pm. *. We are concerned about I", I. D. J.h...... 110 Get Miahlnan' A".. 11 m. Holy Esebsrht or WorD'
The Glrla' Auxiliary and the Bib 1 ,. Rtule, t0 Th. 5.v. Leslie I A. .. 1r. !
Pianist Mra. Cox will who had recently taken the the mechanical reliability of our am. :.o.I.I. In lIl 'ii.urad.f'
Barbara United Church of Christ Sunbeams Mnrnln. Worehtp: 11.0, 141 an,. 5u0Aq .' : and Hull
play for the morning and even will be at 11 and the Rev. ElmerL course In DeLand aa the In. met Monday after automobiles but w* do not"love" Rv.nlnr: Worship 7.D: 14 Moraine' Worship Dar's.Prayer .
lug song aervlc Patterson will speak on the structor.Hostesses. noon. The Glrla' Auxiliary m.t"lth I our automobile; w* may M..ting._Wid. 710: .... 710 S i5' pm.1.lnlnll Training Wnrehip Wheel l .OUTHIIOE-.AItTIlT

Sunday night aervicea will beheld theme, "How Readett Thou?" for the luncheon Mn. Stephens and Mra. also be concerned about our TRINITY METHOOIIT W."n.ldn 11..... 1I4..1 CHA".L
at 7:30.Wednesday: Mist Esther Emerson, orgtnlatand Mrs Willie Ashcraft and the Sun. health but unless w* are hypochondriacs ) N. Clara .t WI...".,.. ..". Service sod Choir' PrasUN /011eu1h asNn, Gerdes Ave.Mv.
were Sonya Llndjtrom and
beams met with Mn. E. .. .. 5.v Dennis naul.r.en
A. Ale
I Pastes
do "love" Vaul55
we not ourhealth. "O" :
night prayer aerv choir director will play for Mn. Newman Sunday 1:15
Emery ill".. "lilT CHURCH CHIIIIT. a.pborrg
Davis and Mrs Carl Turner .. 1M1OYor .. .
Jr. To love really m.Mhesh 1oI0.nlu. Worship
mean 11.
Ice will be held at 7.:,30. Mr. the prelude "Melodia Eapret- PRIMITIVE aUITMTThe and 11. .CIENTIIT
Thomas will lead the group In slvo" from Finland! by Sebel- I A fruitful hour of reciting "to live for." Thu a parent In Sunday F.nw.hip 'for Adults 1111. Clara Av. Emlnll Nonhlp_ t.lO
Elder Percy Ming pastor I: scripture verses, singing and a his children "llvet for"them ."" 0111". t .m. lIonb lIe"e. .t n am. LAKI HILEN MITHOOIIT
ha Job. lull for the loving
( study of the Book: of ; offertory "Berceute
of the Primitive MidwNk Sortie. W'sd, T.1{ SnnA.r at U .
Choir rehearsal will follow the in A" by Delbrueck, and for the Baptist Church study period wa held. The two ; that la, he plan his life : I"'i. I '::: Th. ".". W.Nq P. Flnk' Fester
on Volusia Ave., will bring his I groups f Joined together for re In such a that h* provide aTETIOH 5APTIaT CHURCH wwMrb Peeved i ie.ttmonl.i'01 fusday IIc1tool. 10 asp
prayer aervicea and will be postlude "March" from "Oc. spiritual meaaage to the congregation freshments.ffllTtOI. way W. MlnnsNts aed ....... 0..... ChNstlan science .....Un.. 1:00: I'1'l&ehl.. U ..m.
under the direction of Howard cantonal Oratorio" by Handel. them with the fullest opportunl- RndLR Room a 111 W. .
... ,. . 1 .
.t. "'
at 11 a m. Nov. 15. The OF GOD Ar., .I.d: : SLAKE MIMOSIALIAPTIT'
The choir ties for the realization of theirpotential ogee weskdala
Cox. leader will for .
song I
service will 10 30. SunAayerhesLL :" .Ift isms L.k. 104.1.
begin at The
flowers for the church alter anthem, "Walk: With Me Now song : Rev Wilton Munselwhlte *. Lover! live for each Horning Worship. 1'10 .n4 11 tool Wrenn I.. hstsr
will be furnished Lord Jesus" by M'l''ott.Mri. Immediately following therlo.lne win have charge of the service other In the sense that their Tr.lnlns t'nlo". ':11 11 m. Rnnday sehooI, 1:11: a.m.
Sunday by .
Mra. Richard Purvla. Christian H. Behnke will of the service, a church it 11 t m. Sunday at the Church major objective la to make each Prayer Fv.nin....W..hl".UD.. Sod"liI t:II .... W".hlp tIO: ,.11I.1I..vl.. 11 am and
the solo "Just conference will be held with of God of Prophecy. other Love la seldom Tr.tDln. Unl.n 5.20.
The Women'. Missionary ling For Today"by happy. IRST CHRISTIAN ITEND _
Union will meet Nov. 2 at 7:30: Seaver. Mri. Jettl Hal, church clerk Sunday school will be at 10 perfect nor la It exclusive. In I N. sin d. es.... A".. IISSTCONOSC0ATIONALTS.

pm. In the church auditoriumwith Sunday school will meet at In charge. A basket dinner will '.m. for the Sunday school this world, therefore the pattern Mr. a NesMWlae uew h oer hill L.k.GnesN H.Isn,

Mri. Dolan Barnes, prtal- I:30 a.m. with classes for all be served at noon. lesson and discussion period. of loves which contribute so /.undo, t, SchesLWorehtp1l10 aea.m; Wenhlp i/ am.CSNatlsa P.eIN.
Latter la
Shirley the
dent. ages, from kindergarten through much to the jwpplneaa of normal
Following prayer service Wed. high achool. "Th Ideal of Faith" taken school superintendent and extends Individual rosy be Interrupted 1'to' ...youth hllewahle ClIURClI I I"ITUAL"T CAIIADAO" CNUSCNtudl FIRST
The board from the scripture Matthew a warm welcome to all dettroyed / iroup Wednesday. 7 pal Sunday Sertlea, 110
teiday there will be a business of trustee will meet diminished dispersed, or ass
14:28 will be the 11 a.m. sermon to attend. IUAlona" aes.Nere
In the age various of IT. aARNAAIPICOPAL
meeting of the church.Orange church Monday at 7:30: by types
toplo at the First Methodist Mra Myrtle North to pianistand selfishness.In N. Clara at WINeean. I OL.ENWOOO COMMUNITY
pm. Church Sunday with the Rev Mitt Laaeter will lead theconrree.tlon The ..... Canes LaNsy L....... CHURCH
Members of the Sunday school term of the above distinction .. ..
City Reid B. GUI D.D. meet. .b'I. an ChumS: U'A
will meet at the church today at bringing the mes- in tinging the then, loving money mean 'U.ed.PI H.C fIO: a.m. 5w. J.m.. 1. McOaIllsW.dnsAay
I p.m. to go ring doorbell to morning hymni. instead of : He. t ..m. umdmJ tTnrcb 8rhooL. 10 a.m.
1.11.Mra. to live for Li
money W'onhip
PILGRIM COMMTMTTTie Thnndav: Rays Guild 110. "" 11 am
make collectlona for UNICEF. B. C. Hartley organist At 7 pm. Sunday the weely merely utilizing It for our advantage. H.C. 11 a ni. -
Rev. Wyll F. Steen will UNICEF alms to do aomelhlng :, will open the service at the Bible dm win meet. In some people thl.obJl'ctive pat: ,. PesenM I.a ...... CMU..C000; .
1 speak on the topic The Chria- about the porevtry and need et Sunday school hour at 5:45: am. Tuesday at 7.30: p.m., theWomen' but in Hnlr, CnmM"n'' '.10 n'.10111. 0. PnOpugCYIO.rhaN.t.
It very plain 1:00: a m. Morning ,
moo slosh I. V.... ,.
tIM Politic Av.
to at
Approach ,
children. Over 15 per cent of the There are clatsea for all age Mlaalonary Band It la hidden. The miser I.a It it.alerlury/ "a .)
others HOpNsi pm.H.C.
L. I. '1.". Pastes
the Sunday morning worship CaCrowe INOOOM HALL OF.
money given in the United State groups. Floyd Carlisle la the meet for their Bible ttudy session familiar figure and we can IIHOYAH'a WITNIIIII Sunday lehnn ltS: ..m.
service the Community '
at Pilgrim has been spent her in this school auperlntendent. with their leader Sirs recognize him even when clad CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE 5t. I N.rtlt ...1.. Oaten A".. 5'nsrhinr' Cunday Cod W.b.
Church at 10:30.: country for children. Hymns chosen for the congregational ?Mvrtl North. in flannel autt. But many I. V..h"" nes, A".III IIu". I 111ft.. Watchtow.r IIlud,. day at 7 n.m.L .
Mr*. Shirley CTOUM, organist The covered The Gleaner' Band ttI a grey 4 Minister TU.'r ail p.m. Blbl. Book IIlud, -
area by this alnglng in the morning meet other people, ostensibly devotedto Vsslha a n .. 05ANOt CITY 5APIIT
will play two number for the group will be from N. Veluala service will be: "0 For A :30 p m. This Is for *g* group nobler enda than mere accumulation Poses, School IC ass. try .J..r': -,seryk. Misting Csv. Osvld {.lom.n' Paster

prelude, "Song Without Word" Ave to 1(; Carpenter Ave. and Thousand Tongues," "Wonderful up to 13 years. Mrt. Valerie consciously or unconsciously WonhlpEa easn..'101 ChapIN, P. Srewer'

and "Melody" for the offertory., from W Graved Ave. to W, Wonderful Jesua ..d..J..U1. dine I I. the Instructor of this are ruled by pecuniary I, pew_.ducatl"na' pall ,Pilaf n4 North P"IIIVTI.'AN Soul."... iund.y aueda School, 1..1 0:11PISST : lut.

"Avt Maria" and for the portlude Wisconsin Ave. I Come." class. consideration The most METHODIST D. MUI" A.". Pester W".oh'p' 11 a m. and 7:5: cm.S. .
"Andante"The At the service1 last Then at 7.30 the am, Church School Mld W..k l.ryicw Wsdnosdal.Res. .
Sunday Saturday night' the MYF win : p.m., Victory devastating aspect of a lift of I.ulmrtl .t H..r ri4 ass Worship f Henlr. Tns
choir will ping "Nearer My morning Mr. and Mrt. Christian meet *t the church for a apaghet Leader Band meet for their this tort la itt self.defeating 0..... W. Wlsomas, 10 ".11I. Junior Hillb Youth ; pm. _

Cod to The*" by Mason In memory H. Behnke became mem- ti supper preceding the UNICEF study aeatlon. Teacher of this Money become merelya Fund, 5rhesL S U .... 'sllowphts DELEON a"INO'
nature. Rllb Youth r.l.
of William L. Newell, who ben of the First Congregational! drive group 1* Miss Ltjeter medium of for Alornlns. Wonhlp 11 7 :;:.1I'D1"r/ ITHOOIIT CHURCH
Church. A exchange 1n'.rm.df.I. :,: Mnlnr Tenth W.dnNiq. '.00. Blbl. Study. II.". ". W. dsKUSnde Mini.,
died last week la DeBary Mr. Sunday! the Methodist Youth party was held Oct. 21 by for sensualenjoyment
things for power, or .I1".hlp laO: pm. I'r'aysr Sunda. ""hesl 1.10 ...m."III.T .
Newell was a charter member The Meridian dub will meet Fellowship will meet In the educational the Young People Clasa of the Monln5: Wonhlp: : 11

of the church 10 yean ago and Nov. 10 Instead of Nov. I due to building of the church church at the horn of Mr. and MONEY IN SERVICE AUmLV 01" GOD CHURCH OP. CHRIST. Svenlni Worhip "I':

Mr. and Mra. Newell were the election. at I:JO p m. MYF Counselor laMn. Mn. Percy North. In every case the act of acquisition 127 N. P"I..... N. 'minyard and .. 5brNn DELEO'" SPPINO$
dodos of the church organ. Coamo Smith. Game were played through create further unfilled Desai1. L. Snwn' Ps.t.p Innd.f 5nc I :::':':= .IIIT SAPTITPond.
The flower for the service DeLeon 7:30 out the evening and were en- .. School 1:11 a..... Mornlvi Wonhlp II C..I. A. LU"d", PastorW'orshla
Wednesday at : the
p m. and tile la re- .. .
Springs desire, a* process 11 .. .. Krenlnr' Worship, a It Sunday school to ....
were given by Mrt. Harry A. official bored will meet at the Joyed by all who participated. petted the gap between what la ..:.."..IUm a.rWre. 'In" m. Mld Wak lI.rvl". W'edaad.l.WN.htp. IJ ate. and. t:.. .....
Samuela of St. Petersburg' in CHfRCH or GOD church with B. C. Hartley 111 Refreshments of hot dog, possessed and what la wanted Bib'' iL Pnysr T"ura. tae: p ... t,11 pis. Tralntoe ArsesNvioss I Union: tlednsbal e 4n o m 7:05NOnTHI01.APTtaT :

memory of her huaband. Sunday services at the De- charge of the proceeding potato salad and fruit punch become greater The wealthy ttlTl'; ..... .

Choir rehearsal will be held Leon Spring Church of God *f Sunday, from the hours of I,5 were aerved to the following matron who devote most of her 032 N."" Alapaml ..... 'T.II' W. 101.. ATHOLIC YNh A".. 5ACeIRVILL5_ IAPTIaTNov.

Wednesday at 7.30: p.m. In the Prophecy will be Sunday school p.m. the Christian Worker gueala: Rev. Wilton Muitelwhlte, waking hour to acquiring a Themas M. Halts. Paster htNs, Pot..,... J. M.I.". CHURCH
church with John Cornwell aa tt 10 a m.; morning worship at School will be held at the Instructor of the clue, Vivian, wardrobe find that often she ",.nd... prhont I 41 ..... .stday ilasNa '..I4a.4 It Paster. II.". M..I" 0. .mesMnrnln

choir director. 11 and evening worship at 730.: Trinity Methodist Church De- Joyce and Ernest North. Annette. has nothing to wear and that all lw.n/nr: : wennlp wenhlr I, itf/ w aN m: ;Nta 1 a m. AlnrnlnR 5nndst' 5rhnnl tlerWe..I rim.
World will be Land and Monday through Johnny and Ervin Splndler, Louise Tnlnlne' UnIon i ll : Saturday. 1 u I Fvenlnc: Wenhlp ? no
Community Day T h e Woman'a (of her clothe cease to pleaseher. CO. ::;
MiaIIOtlIl'J'Band and Shirley Laaeter, Linda rosy., Mestina: Wed. ,... ,.... to (50 p.m, MId.WNh. Praise Grrtap, U.
observed at the Methodist will meet Tuesday even. Thursday from 7:30': to 0:20:: p m. History U strewn with the -
Church DeBary, at 1:30: a.m. ing. T h Gleaner and the Mr. Gatt It one of the Initrnc- tnd Elll North and Edward wreckage caused by men with MIMOSIAL' 'lilT II"'VT.'A'' I.INI'EII LUTHISANMTH'

next Friday Chlldren'i clothing Victory Leaden Band will meat ton la the church tchool. and Norm Frey, Guests attend.. Hut for power who ultimately destroyed 1 CHURCH ACHC.";u':.::...DI5ARY Minl.t.p Panty CHU5CFI. Ple. .

achool bags, and other article Thursday evening The Northwest Veluala County leg wire Marie Bacon of Crescent themselves i* well at Int.rprl.e r.7 E. Hiss ....... Pd.William A. Lulanhw raster

will\ be presented by church At the Monday afternoon meet Minister Alliance\ will meet Aator.City ..nd"Q Lyons of others. Sensual enjoyment It ", u''h:: WI5t Srh..L Klrll.y 0:15: a.m., Minister' Churn wN"nip' aehNl e.rles..: ::.... Wsnhlp *:ch.5,..S115ab:

I group to be lent oversees.The ing of the Woman'a Missionary Nov 3 at noon In the atudy of probably the mOlt evanescent ef Worship 5.rylt'.. It am ciTY

Ladle Guild bas completed Society o( the Baptist Church the Rev William Eubank, the misuses of love, for ultimately Mfr. a .... ilundsr CHRISTIAN sod M'I..ONAIIY O"ANOE item, I. M'rot.MITHODIIT... PaNa

\ plan for the luncheon and the program "O- Worship the pastor of the Ebenexer Lutheran, Lake Helen the senses cease to respond -- ALLIANCE 'a...., "ehoot.. .::18....
bazaar to b* held Nov. 13 in the Church. Th. meeting win follow of WI5TMIN17IR UNITID lsa W, AHmstnnp ICoS. PLNd.t" M...,.. Wor.hia 11
Ktn with pleasure
had at Itt them the plant feelings "II.VTEII.AN U I A. ".". Jsessh H. Sisk. P..w, _
I new' Turner Fellowship Hall. of the society for the new church the luncheon. METHODIST or else they demand continually Ines J. Fsnknn MU.ndr' .."'.... I es: a r... DCIVI.IN' CHURCH

I Luncheon will be served from year. Each one present participated The Women1 Society *f Chris- At the Lake Helen Methodist stronger nourishment which can '101t"i {New b.Ndae York. Aw. Mnnin Pundit.Iw''i.I 1.11': IL... terms\y7>':.a;::..Th..tro Maoist., ,

U-2 p.m and ticket ar* avail' by expressing an Idea for lean Service of the l local church Church the Rev. Wesley F. Fink: be acquired only at the expense 5undar IS' worootp 7 ee V.aesmleatsesal 5eryiaWonhlp
able from member The price Ittt improved Chriatla stewardship will Join more than 1,100,000 will use for his 11 a m. sermon of health, reputation and finaaclal 'h1.1I..Ire. :10.:e 1ft.La Prefer Mestla, W.d, N. ... I.nO are.'._rals_ er shine.:

The bazaar win torture II'V' and Information was given oath Methodist Women throughout subject "The Northern Lights of tecurity FIRSTBAPTIST CHU"CH ,poles OASDIN AVINUI
oral tablet with article for America this week la Llf." It fa I much 11..10. CHURCH 01 CHRIST.
study<< book which will be In our age Pins BAPTIST CHURCH .
Ml*. used throughout the year by the of their annual 'Call To Don Lesher will be at the more difficult to avoid the Jove 721 "North SwsNd RnndsrchooL... 5.51a.,,., 401"' ...North",. N.N ...N..t""... .0." ...inAte
II am .red };05.m.
i \ METHODISTTh society Prayer and Self Denial. organ and Eugene Vtteiback of money and the thing money I.,. I. H..II P..t.fI TnIMR. Halos, 45e ..... RIM School. I.'ot L"
Teat of dtl/enahlp" win Women present were Mr. The Pteraoa Church observed will lead tile congregational singIng will buy than It has been la the I Ipall. : I'16 a aL PraN MNUng., tae .... Wed h.nlnr Mornlas: w warship hy, 1.11 11

b* sermon topic of the Rev. Cecil A. Lundy Mrt. Carl Foote, their quiet day at 11 a.m. today. and the choir aa It sings the One hundred and fiftyyear Tn/nlna M.ra11 1.ln.. a Id .. 0 C. 4:0NOIIIOATIONAL: Mldwoh. study. 'w., f:1I: ...
X. B. McBroom. pester of the Mn. W. K. Webb Mrt. Pearl The observance II I planned anddirected anthem "I Surrender All'' ago the average American Irsnlns 'p-' /Lv, Patun.n '

o Methodist Church at then a.m.Kunday AUred. Mn Jessie Robinson, by the Spiritual\ Life Sunday school win be at 10 tot only had lest money than today wMnNdaO aa. 1'1' Mande.' '= a 1 DILANO IUII 00NIL
worship aervlc Committee ef tile Wom..'. So Y Mdiu CIa. 11C .. "ret not I. MInNNta Ave
had much let to spendIt
Mrs Hardy Gribba. Mn. Devo a m. with Charles Craft 11 superintendent but T.Y. III.... 0..1, McDeeUd. pNM1
Mra. Victor Schaefer, organist, Carter and Mn. D. H. Warren. del! \ These an daises I on. Also he was abjured by WIIL5YAN. MIIT1400llT ....m.. INMaihlp'. Ela.. Iua4. _..... ':11 a ....
will open the service with the MCT10DWT: OiTKCalAt A snack lunch was aerved at for all agee. The Sunday school clergy and by political leaden to are .. Now Yet 71ud. Tssesy, Mnning =:,f. :' EeMne. 1
C.,. .. Lew P.sesr' Prey.r II paq mars.
prelude, "Kyrl Delaon" by the DeLeon Spring Methodist soon I II eagtged In a ilx'week contest be abstemloua and *.vin,. Luxurious :under k5.el Tap Teuth Metes. f."
C&arlM Ceunod and the offertory Church Sunday achoal will Rekindling\ the I. t e r 11 t t and the attendance it steadily living wa roundly denounced IanMy Morns: ,'Ia'i am, u. IItC.LO HOlINI15 PENTECOTAL 'r'WM. -'

tnusie will be "OffertorU" by be at I:C a.m. and worship aervlc Through Prayer" wa the tub- rising. Last Sunday' then were and the spendthrift Prayer MNttaa U. pa {erlNe. Pte. CHUNCI4 : t.COD I sIIONMr.

J. Schllte. The closing poetlude at 11 a.m.Th led presented by Mn. Victor CO present and a higher goal was regarded with great con- c.MUt' -: /ryra O.Iesn., PsNes. 'aL'-'I' / pest.,
will be "Pastorale" by J. 'Ley. Johnson with Mrs Dick Hartleyand la set Mn. Beulah Behrend It PILSMM ''',, lueda. tlrhesL 1. a m : w. eeryfN
Methedlit l
bach. Th choir win the Youth Fellowship will be bit evening Orasee CIty Hilla f--=':- ll aw. aor.hlp : ." .....IIeU.
ting an- Mrt. Ada Hallman mend. :
participating lilt captala of the Red and Mr "st' f'"O:;:
will :30 6
meet at p m. and Wypa P. atesw MinFite' ..esildn: sn nnasrel..
them. "Let Jesus Com la" by when the Women'So. Lena Urterback: is tile subject.Mn. 7:31: &,.. ". t:2. gars, w.dsoil.
evening worship service win beat captain 111. 5Nwe. 51:11 1I1..W..1r 5.rtlew Thsee. 'I' ;.
i Edward Norman. 7:30.: ciety ef Christian Service met of tile Blue Loula Friedman' will beat I. .... tlatarlaf.
BID Ford la new choir director. the organ "The Lord la My
Wednesday afternoon II the educational There will be
Sunday school will be at 1:30: Flowers for the altar are being room of the church. The Sunday evening because no study of hour the Shepherd." For the evening nit 6tctwJ, p.U5hd S1cb wash. II speesaedy ilea bliaspa ............,

..m. Oatae aaaembl In Fellowship give by Mrs Madeline bualaeaa senates wit presided quarterly conference which will service the adult choir will slag
HaS and then go to band Daniel In memory Roch.*f her >ua- over by Mrt. B. C. Hartley be held at the church it 7. Dr. "I Love The*." James F. Cludy The Conrad

their respective room. The president. Joe A. Tolle. district tuperiatendent. Sunday achool will be at 1:45: Company
The Methodist Youth Fellow meerttg with Wondrous Hubbard a* *u' ICSUUNCI ActMtT
lie held A dlaruxston wit heldn the win b* present. INSIIUHCI 10NDS
ship win mot !: the church at day at the church oa Mon Christmas Luncheon being There win be a C'bl1lftlll1\'or\t.\ perlntendent There are class** 113 Nalb .......,. n.- 7344/11 II' w.., New I. pep 'UmJ

I ,.m. planted for Dee. 10 at U.Jo: ..m. en School at Trinity Methodist for adult and children.
The third la tile aerie of iCMtiBued .*) Page Thirties
A reminder that the WSCSaoontored Church DeLand.
Sunday evening program entitled Emporia Thrift Shop I is epee OIl 3 S pan and Monday Sunday Tuesday from Currey The Florist, Cosion's Laundry & Dry Cleaning

"-Exploring tile New Na Fridays at 2 pm. atll 5:30: '.m. Wednesday and Thursday evealngt IAOI DAT TUHlIN Ill East Iadlaaa nTSU35I 114..... Tl.etda Ate. pet 71441st
Uon$. will start at '30 p.m. turnsT ntxTtni tad Saturday 10 a m. t. I p.m. beginning at 7 It I* hoped I

U the church with th* guest Sunday services at the Emporia Anyone with clothes,, house that every church: will send representative UNITY I

speakers, Dn. F. V. and A. A. Baptist Church will be hold \Items and furtltur t* from lit Sunday Deland Paint & Glass Deland Federal Savings & loin
Cahotje. teachers at Bethune herd at 11 a.m. Sunday. Tb
donate will be welcom. School to these. 'sessions. .
Ceo II m a I ColI...*. DaytonaBatch. Rev. J. C. Purcell will bring R was ,1M 1 decided at the The WSCS will meet' at the VIEWPOINT 110 West o-ta ..... I3Eeet. f'1ooriq ......1u.wJ

A sodas hour WIll fol- the meaaag at that time and meeting I to chant the time .f church fcr a abort business meeting .

law. with a round table discos also at the Sunday neaiagtenrlctt the WSCS meettagt te S '.M.. at 1 fj m. Tuesday At 7:30 A s.a.... V. M. Fountain Coe Frierson's On The
atM elt Xittoat U Our held at I. Mn. J. A. Strader wffl be la kt a4rtt
Wedw..- Mn. Laura Blackburn will under. the dtrectiM .f Earl: McCoy chart tl the "Quiet Day' pro.1fIm. 11 MIWS PUlJltSlflNCS .' WBT1NGNGVSI APP1WtClS
sad Mn. Stuart Leonard play for both tile manlng aidveatig win\ be followed by the lua p.m. ut ErIh Hnlenrl Phase. 1SUUt at teeth ......... n.. T1sm1Mclra

were koala for tilt meathly meet. { ayma Mrvic day Right worship tarvtc<< Wedfteaday evening tilt )Junior Monday 1km.

tat Tuesday evening' *f tile Rav Etr| McCoy will lead the Nev. 2 at 7.3: p.rtu 0.... win choir will practice at SO and Saturday. 6:15 am.RIDIO .

male Bible Oat e( tile Or. eeagregttioa t* th* amig dev ee.Suadey b* a Deaceat meeting. tM sealer rtwtr will rehears Drug Center, Inc. Sugar Top Drive-In

sage dry Methodist Church.Mr school with claaaea for Nov. 3, tile Women Miatiea. at 730.: WJBS ...... fIIIIIS Mar
*. Harold Hock prwldeat. ages win meet at 10 a.m. nader pry Unl* will meet with Mn. BAPTIST UM lCpenal
I.eienrd Play nutu
I" M.O 'ener
presided and tile devotional tile tupervlsioa of WUU Guess DoC Guess. president at 7:.JO pm. The Rv. Paul Wren Jr. will rxrrr. aF Daytels Ivy pal Neb aa.Na Lee.Volbssh :

was give by Mr*. LeoaanL school euperimtendent. Nor 4, tile Church kulMaa preach. both th* 11 aun. aad th* CHXHTUMrTTD.Hy SCHOOL or

She acriptarM wen take* from Sunday evening, th* Baptist meeting win be held. 7:34 '.1ft. Mrmona at Blake tsbanbeee Of Pharmacy H. P. SMpiro
TheMalonlana Chapter 1 Sib Training t'aU meet at 'M Catherine Allen entered the Memorial Baptist lurch Far I Corp.UI .

and 17th verses and 19th Palm with C .G,. Arnwirotg aa tbetr Orange Memorial' Hospital. Or hit morning ..."..,. the topic Word Nat1 Hwtvard PM.. 72433U w
*- lint vene. She read Tray Instructor. .*. lends Monday for plastic sun I win '-. The Iota CM Fraaad MAGAZINE lOll WAISIUH AGBICt DID11051 ......... &ar.t ,.... num

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E.. Germany City Church Early 3o Years: Files Ago Profit From NotorityDALLAS

Tex AP) A tail I>* kept up with him througH,

Likened To Machine Shed In" sue 1h. toI.""..... .f the 1125D.Land ttrtpper Ia I trying to breathe Ilk family though, and when I

new life into the dark art cHIllY have a little time m try to wit

81T NEWS 'BORV Carousel dub, Jack Ruby' old him again."

The DeLand Sun News; t itrlp teas emporium In downtown Without saying 10 dlrer,
, kr PRESTOX GROEREISENHUTFENSTADT : believed a recent conference between consolidation of the DeLand Dallas ah* Indicated ihe anticipate! a

: East Walter Ulbrlcht party Daily News and the Sun. with good crowd of curious c'jfom:
Germany APt The S3.year and government leader and the 1 this Issue begin a new life In So far customer respon hat era at the club a* the anniversary
lId<< city councilman for supplies Lutheran bishop for East Germany the newspaper world of De- been mediocre. But manager of President Kennedy't an.

Slgfrled Woellner, pointed Morttt Mltzenheim, had ; Land. Diana Hunter a 23 year-old I lAMination approaches.THE .
proudly over the he had I
city great ilgniflcance.
la the editorial departmentar
helped build new uniform former performer at the club
Arthur Griffith editor J.
clean functional without a says: "Give u* mother month
Ingle feature rising above the DeBary Oren Haasell; Miss May and I think It'll be going good" I DEMOCRATIC
Cradlck society editor; John rur ('I' riBUcrrr
apartment house roof REV FB.. MCBROOM
Red) Davis, sport editor.
From the bill on which we BAPTIST The new owners clearly hope CANDIDATE FOR
The business IncluoVs
stood the city stretched' out The First department to cash In on the notoriety theMlablLnhment
Baptist Church of School of the
PASTORS TO PARTICIPATE The Christi Workers'Traimng Harold Van Trump THE $100 A MONTH
across a sandy plain to the DeBary will hold worship terv attained after
walla which enclosed the new ice at 11 am. Sunday. Mrs West Volusta Methodist Churches will begin at 3 p.m Sunday at Trinity Methodist business manager. Edward Ruby ihot Lee Harvey Owald,
iron smelting plant with Its six Frank Stockwell will play "The Church. The Rev John J. Hires Jr. pastor of Grace Methodist Church. Sanford. Richardson ailvei lining manager accused aaMjwIn 1 of President JOB OF STATEREPRESENTATIVE

furnaces. Woellner and other Lord Is My Shepherd" by Car will teach "The Work of the Local Church The Rev Reid B. Can. pastor of Pier" ; Marvin W. A. Kelrn. advertise. John F. Kennedy last Nov. 24.

CommunUtt had built the new rell for the organ prelude. The son Methodist Church, will Instruct a course on "Teaching in the Church School, log; O.atts.Lawrence. circulation They advertise the entertainment .

city of Elsenhuttenatadt according choir anthem by Rlchelaon will for teachers, prospective teachers and Interested parents The Rev. E. B. McBroom, manager: and Mini M "the moot talked about
Reid bookkeeper, IS
to plan. Already 27.000 people I be "U ye Abide In Me," pastor of Orange City Methodist Church, will teach a course on "The Church and So- Neva Weaver. burlesque show In the world.'" SPENDING

.live in It. all In tight little I The Rev. Hubert Thomas will cial Problems" All three classes will begin at 3:15.: In addition to the Sunday session, A big problem I III lark of a
.elf In the
sustaining unit almost M composing room are .
uniform as matches. use for has sermon" topic Flee. classes will be held Monday through Thursday beginning at 7;30 pm The devotional 3. M. Connell, foreman' ; John beer license last which wan withdrawn $ 18,000Ml.
From The club
The cloning February
Idolatry organ prelude Church. The -
NA\IE'S MKANING I speaker will be the Rev. Dan Harris pastor of Seville Methodist Richardson, Flank Inman and
by Stairs will be "Com can lel'only Ice mlxe for
The town wa built to house devotions will be conducted by Dr Joe A. Tolle, superintendent of the DeLand Ellsworth J. Lewis, John
munion. Th Sacrament of the patrons who bring their own
workers In the city which Itself Lord Supper will be observed district. .. Glebelg Leon Jones Lucell bottles
was built to provide steel for Holman J. B. Well and Miss
METHODIST Mm. Hunter whose dutlt>* OPPONINT-
East Germany The name Slat Wickham,
The DeBary Community Methodist wood Include changing the spotlight THI PfOrtl WANT
means "Iron mine city" although Details Told
(EDITOR'S NOTE; : Lucell
there Isn't a mine Church will hold worship Communion performing, dancer, la running TO KNOW WMT
anywhere service at llam. Sunday Mta Holmes (now Mr*. R. F. Tur- the Caramel for an Invert-
near. The iron ore comes Rev. James B. McCaffin, pastor ) and J. R Wells still
Icy sec
Bedlent will
play "Aria"by meet firm which took the
over *
from the Soviet the coal
Union Gounod I hat chosen "A Sense. of In the composing room)
for the
organ prelude mortgage after the place folded
from ruled Poland by Cermany."Are from .territoryonce and "Andantina" by Gou Is Planned Responsibility" M its sermon service FOlService DR. FDMfMM IN IK several months ago Like Ruby Aft.r Alytl' My list *fCatrtttn

there any churches In nod for the offertory organ solo. topic for the 11 a.m. J, Oil!* Edmunds, an attorney she li from Chicago. Her hua- tfc* DytH
Glenwood Community

the city?" I asked looking The choir anthem by Nevln will Sunday .t the In th* office of Hull, band I Ia bartender and 1'I.a-of. leech NtwvJavnt! lout
Church United Presbyterian
around for the familiar steeples be "The Holy Hour" Landl and Whltehalr of De- all work! at the club.cnynMom. "JOHN .. JACOBS IS
which distinguish all the older The Rev Cecil N. Ogg has Holy Communion will he observed USA. The full edition of the youth Land has been elected president I now lASING HIS SUPPORT ON

German cities. elected for his sermon subject at First Methodist Churchat Mrs, Ruth Excell will play choir of the Westminster United of the John a Stetson Stripper who worked for TKI AVIRACI VOTES .
"How Strong Is Your Faith?" for the preludes "Supplication"by Presbyterian Church will ting its University Alumni Associa
,"Yel.oj replied Woellner. a 9 a,m. service Sunday. Anyone Ruby gt preference for Jotx. AND MANY WORKINGMEN
!"There are a Catholic church The organ postlude by Malleywill may partake of the sacrament Bell and "A Prayer" by arrangement of ''The Rattle lion The show U continuous from
and a Lutheran church" He be "Marche Solenelle." Ellis; for the offertory "SongOf Hymn of the Republic" at the EDITOR'S NOTE NO. 2: For I:30 p.m. to closing

sensed what I was looking for Sunday school classes for all At the U a.m. worship service The Soul" by RlchoUon; and 10:30: a m. worship service Sun the few who may not know It, Ha lh* discussed the club
and added: "They don't have age will meet at 1:30: a m. the Rev George W. Wiseman for the postlude "Postlud In G day. Mis. Loll Rosekelly U will add that Dr. Edmunds Is with Ruby, under death tenlenc *

steeples." Junior, Senior and Junior High will have as his sermon topic Minor" by Serglsson.Tb organist now president of Stetson, and and closely guarded In the THIS YIAR YOU HAYS A
"I should like to see one of the MYF will meet at 6.15: pm. "Are Ye Able!" based on Matthew chancel choir directed by The pastor the Rev' J. Frank. hat been for many year. county jail seven block dla- CHOICI-MT OPPONENT illS
churches," I said. Vesper service will be at 5 p.m. 20:17.22. The chancel choir, Mr. Leon Starkey. will sing the tin Mcllendry/ will bring a met tant?
"They art Just provisional Mr Ogg will use for his sermon under the direction of Mr, anthem "Great And Marvellous"by sage entitled "Th Night God "No, I've tried to visit Jack
buildings" he commented with. topic, "The Answer to Life's Martha Sue Crum, win sing the Turner Cried 'Fool'." Greetert for the Rev. Vnnght couple of time at the Jail but PIOTHT THEGAMILING

out enthusiasm, but when I Problems." anthem, "Go Not Far From At 10 ..m. there U Bible service will he Mr. and Mit they wouldn't tot m* ae* him MTUESni
Insisted we drove out to the J. F. Cale of Maitland will Me" by Zlngarelll. School for all age. Parent will Albert Lee. Usher will be Dim
Lutheran Evangelical church speak tonight at 7:30: at the A nursery will be provided at be welcomed at the adult class Gomllln and Tom Lee The Sets Teacher
It sat on the outer limits of church. A former counter Intel-!! both morning services. held In the sanctuary with Mr. church will Initiate child care for Subject Nursery

the city, a one-story whitewashed genre agent! during the Korean. MISSION:' STl'DV Gilbert Moore at teacher children under school age (lund..rfnllr Get
structure looking War, Gal will present a color The third session on the mission I.I )eait of age) during the "''A Clua.ln,' and RenewingSpirit" Discipline-Tip ,
At 11 a m. (there a nursery
strangely ,like a machine ihed film In two part on "Commun- study "Spanish American children Theseyoungsters 10:30: service win be the subject of the q
Over the door at one end Just lam Encirclement" *," will be held at 6.45 p.m. preschool attend the worship Men are Invited to part of the Rev Alfred B, Vaught. pastor of MIAMI'. BEACH AP) Ifyou.
under the eaves, wa a wooden PRKftBYTERUN: :' In the upstairs' fellowship\ ball bf until monthly women't association Trinity Methodist Church, al .* a nursery school teacher
cross. The First Presbyterian Church the Educational Building Mr. service with their parents meeting to be held Monday at both the IU: and U ..m. Sunday faced with disciplining a room.
A rather handsome, middle- of DeBary will hold worship W J. Hartsock will review the after the sermonett for children 1':TO p m. at the church The men worship service. lull or( 4 )'esroldi, better get ae
I II then
aged man came! out of a smaller service at 10 a m. Sunday, Frank Methodist supplement "Spanish' I for given. They tall This week are Invited from 2 pm. to 3 Holy Communion win be qualnted fast with their "real! .
shed like houa nearby hit Woodruff will play -Reverie" Doorways and Henry S. Smith Fellowship when attorney James B, Clay served at the B.43 service, with life parents" I u
Mr, Earl Noll and Chryl Noll
home It was Helm Brauer, the by Bartlett for the organ prelude will report on a visit to the migrant ton will discuss wills and answer the Rev. C. A. Webb assisting "U for no other Cessna than..
minister who Invited us Into the and for the offertory organ camp near Vest Palm are la charge questions hostesses will be Mrs the pastor and Dr C. C dlett, knowing reality" said Dr. Paul }mot .
church. It was strictly economy solos "Andante" by Henlques. Beach Preceding Bible School, the Arthur Candler and Mrs Harry associate pastor L Adam, director of the Unl-

size but the walls were lined The choir anthem by Handel The public It Invited to all Youth Choir will rehetrse with Benford. The board will meet .t At both services a quartet willIng venally of Florid lllllla\ Miller

pleasantly with walnut.colored "Think Be To Thee" services. Mrs. ExceU their dIrector 12:30: p,m. with Mr. Peter Larson "I lave Thy Kingdom, health Center In Calnetvtll.

wood and the benches for about The Rev Augustus C. Summers I The Junior and senior MYF Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. the president presiding. Lord" by Stud At the 11 .JT>. "Parent art dynamic changing ,
150 wonhlpen were solid and has selected for hi* sermon will meet at 5:30: p.m. this Sunday trustees meet for their usual ('HIKIH $ 'BOOI. service, the choir will sing the pron who own their. children
well cut.: The altar was plain. subject "Th Reformation In'' In the dining room of the business session At IM: a m. then It now anthem, "Now Let All the i In 'guttler/ way It** the
"The building I I. Just provisional 1964. The organ postlude by Educational Building. The Chancel Choir wltt rehearse church school for alt ages with Heaven Adore The*" by Bach. nursery cool|| teacher herselfcan
," said the minister, echoIng Handel will be "Allegro Moderato On Wednesday, Nov 4. all at 7 p.m. on Wednesday a trained staff of Bible schoolteacher ,At the 7:30: p.m. service In the I own,her pupil" Adam told
Woellner. But when I asked, ." commissions will meet at 6.43: Teen Town tonight will b* *. All those Interested In chapel Dr. dleit will line as the National Aaocltlon for the John F.Jacobs

he laid it had been built 10years p.m. Dr Joe Tolle district omitted because of the Halloween this neighborhood United Prenbyterlan his sermon topic, "W* Build the Education ,of Young- Children .
ago when the city was Lake Helen superintendent, will be presentat Party in. Fellowship 1UU Church are Invited to Futurt Dan logic will pi* Wednesday Right.
laid out. the meeting of the commission: tomorrow night from 7-1:10: p.m. make use. of lit program and side By recognizing tile ,Inn I'*
NO ro OIE.'T on finance and stewardship. All children. and youth of the facilities. feeling, you hv a head start
( Also it the service, Terry
Continued from Page Twelve)
"Th Influence of the/ Socialist Also official Invited. Teen on knowing the children Adam
hour will be 6.30p on Wednesday the community are On Thursday, the Christian Cornwell will sing, "It It No
regime In the city It ..lmolteverwlelmin Training at : board will meet at 7.13 Town will be held at usual next Education Committee of North ," lid,
Secret Whit God Can Do Par
/ ." he said he m. with Randy Wilson at lead from 71 30. "la. the Intent fir the ctUd't
yet I pm. Friday night : I're.b.totr met la the church ttdpatlng la the service will lie
Insisted the church bad a placeIn er. welfare. a parent shored up U
6.30 with the pastor, who U chairmanof Ward Kay Peters, Denny Stew'art
the affair Wednesday at : the churcllcounl'll Invitation 1 Ia extended to'' than/ teachershored
Woellner better
city's an the committee, presiding a resource a meets TO HPHUMT
dlis Emerson HarveyMartinez
made will meet At 7:30 p m. hear Faith Youth neitherusd5
no comment everyone to two Stetson Special guest were Thorn up Hopefully TOUI
there Donna Cobb, Charles
About 10 men and women will be prayer meeting and University foreign students 'red Cummlng, field director of Chris/ and Pamela Parker, to fl lndMU t of determined .
come to church regularly mostly Bible study la the tancutary: Chen of Hong Kong and Ricardo till education from The Synwoffice Thompson MYfi to conquer," be said IUCT JOHN .. JACKS
The junior and senior
and the choir
and about 50 children Junior will rehearse Nunez of Cuba will of
women speak Lauderdale and VOW RfPMUCAN
In Fort ,
Sets Retreat
will meet at 6 it the
In the Educational Building pm. Coffee break la 17th Century
come for religious instruction. their native lands Nunez recent Clayton Neel from the denoml STAn MPtfHNTATIYI
Bauer laid that was a small at the tame time. Senior ly came from Cuba. Mn. Hal national headquarter In 'hila. church England were so popular among

following from a city of 27.000 choir rehearsal will follow at Pierce and Mr. Charles Gay The Senior Luther League of drlphla who was making an the met that the women signed Don't "rsantbI"

and a nearly adjoining old city 8.13: pm.COSGRrn.. will give the devotional and Faith Lutheran Church will have I evaluation Mr McHendry will lunging OrderedFor a petition rhargingt'Tbis bitter WUh
Of Fueratenberg, with 1,000. .'nosL Mist Jackie Monell will ting, a camping retreat today and tomorrow attend the Synod commute natty puddle water M tttract
Nevertheless, he said a vital "The Bible In Our Day" win ,'The Wayfaring Stranger Mr, at Alexander Springs meeting at lake Placid Monday that w* scarce have two pence V01ullaFuturtl
decision i I. In the making, and be the 11 a m. sermon topic of and Mr. John Frorllch and Mr On Sunday church school win Florida) Man\ to buy bread, nor can we find
the Rev P.ulli. Graener at the husbands to call a mid ,.1. Acv, Paid Me by 4.M J*..N11
he solid area
optimism. our
professed and Mrs. Jame Me* will sere he at I:30 a m. At the 1.13 and
The church Is asking to put up First Congregational Church of refreshment during the social 10:49 am. service, Holy Communlo 'Jlcvoll' Selected TOPEKA, Ktn API-A Florid wile"
a first.claa building in the city Lake Helen\ United Church of hour that follow the program. will be celebrated. Sermon mil and hit Army buddy ,
Itself. That decision won't be Christ topic will be Blesaed Are As Sennon Topic were ordered hanged Wednesday
made by the city official and Mrs Harry Hantcom at the Children Collect$65ForUNICEF the Meek" based on Matthew Kansas Slat Supreme
himself he said because it \hat organ will accompany: the choir 1:5.: Dr Hugh Ash pastor of First beta
great symbolic importance forth ask tings for its anthem The Junior Luther Leagu win PresbyterUn Church will have Tie court set the xeeufbtt of)

whole church position la "Let Me Follow Theo" For her meet at 1:30: p.m. a* his sermon topic at th* Itm. Ceorge Ronald. York of Jacksonville .

East Germany organ selections she bat chosen, On Monday, the Boy Scout .. worship aervlce Sunday, n. and Jamee Douglas
"Much thinking !hat to be ""Andante" prelude: "dot to LAKE HELEN Wednesday win meet at the church at 7 pins "Revolt From Within" Lthm for Dee. 2, between

done on both tides to determinethe Thee" offertory and for the evening 12 young people\ .f the On Tuesday, the Lutheran Student The Stetson University Bras 12:01: I.m. and 1 a.m, Titlon ao.
place of the church in a posilude, "la Hi. Holy Name.". Methodist Youth Fellowship and Association will have Ensemble will play both Ih* prelude followed) a UJ. luprem
Socialist sate" be continued There will be a fellowship the Youth Fellowship of th First "tabl talk" *t I-TO: p m. at the and posthid. Member e( Court denial for a new DIaL
H* felt It .had a place and be service at 7.30 p.m. Sunday and Congregational Church of Lake Student Union: \ Building that group are Harry Odham and York and Latham were cotv

Helen\ rang doorbells In Lake On Wednesday, the senor James Gentry. trumpets) On vlcted of killing Kansas railroad
Helen and Catsadaga, collecting! choir will\ meet at the church at Tunnel end Randy Melton, trombone employee Otto E. Ziegler la

Vote Republican! for UNICEF. I pm.First. I *, and 8m Allen, tuba. l"L
Mr. A. Y. Power, I I. Lake ---
Helen and Cassadaga chairman
of the United Church Women- Cllristian'I'astorSets A

sponsored drive, wakes to thank i
Barry these young people"who "did Topic

PRESIDENT such a splendid Job.
A total of $65 wa collected "Pflgrbn\ M Celestial Shorn" r I

William Miller Wednesday and Sunday, after will be the sermon topic of the

church, young people will be n... Bernard C. Mere, pastor \ < \" '
Yicmutonrr pmted outside the Congregation of First Christine Church al lAd Methodist Church to accept s..nes.sw5waCOMPLETE
of ChrtaU at die 11 a m. r

Claude R. Kirk Jr. contribution from anyone If'I'VIN Sunday,
who nay have leers mlaced. Chock llamas will be youth

VJ. StNATI J, leader, tad tile eaior choir will\
.w Crest Pastor Set sing the aithem.! -Ope My NEWFORIWI12PIECE

Charles R. Holley Eye*" by MacFtrian. Them
In the cheeses. Sunday evening win N a nursery for pr school HOME

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John F. Jacobs Rev Dean Catch wUI *cc py tile with classes for all *g". FLAG KIT
pulpit at die 7:39 service. Th. ChrtstU Youth Fellow- '
, STATE HffBiJCTATm.CIOUP 1 Mr. Chiding win be letting a hip lot senior high youth will wlili bitty it..l polo

revival meeting at Hyland Baptist mrt at I:JO pm. Beverly Vaaj Because 20,000 and 5-Inch Eag4wvitfcfl .
R. Glenn Bishman Church Orteado, that ever Brunt, president, win presfcV
Th weekly RiM alndy will beat Thrifty Shoppers
STTS ffltPLNTATlYI HOUP 2, lag.At tile U tun. service Mr. 7JO ,jnSuadiy' Th group I

Coldiag\ will bass a* hi* *ennositofr. wW titfjr chapter f sad 11 of Who Read Tfo lit bS fee Phh whir Oeehleel'lkbasteal. '

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M FtSERT BlHriOU R.r'r.nca.5'T and (urnaoa at burnt
NOWIFtAT1tM '!}WTE '04 N ROtHJETARD. DELAKD F. Obis Pbnna 7 4.I"'S. GIRL ANTI CURE prior Ga* deer |58. ElactrM
ECPMYMIND7D fllRM' APPLY tV Plr.RIU'IS AT ns1.r hosts 111
( gTR1( HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS Child Cars IHanvUIMam. AMELIA; and HlrHVVAT M. 3M E. :0;.w York. ..COMPANY
pW 111 B. Ky 7I4-7U1 *r TI4 MI
1J-FIEIB00.d/ I,,.P. Au., WOMAN,," TO CAMf K>RFRrV J rRYJ... PINE WAtHITANO M-anniait
( r B'rOdin' CaMractan a PATS III WEEK.' Putlari art. B*'nnlnahaL.
0 J PHONG" : TU-I"e. Pin. Cradl Orlantal Rugs

1 Bon SArf COUHait DON CRIEIB. ..1'\1... DLandainra Sell
'II'. P'r.s e.ttm.tos Hnmaanow 26 Nip WBt .-.. TRE'lAt' "HOP

1 4I k *0r4' ,MtK. NO POOhS, aollahl ...."n. 714-4ML 111 B ' Av*.



l1 Phoaa KB:41444MAVINO
201. AlrCaaltHtaiiii Paint. and Body maa Apply .,
JtM" 1 t BasIwv.h Paint Body shop Ut AN AUCTION IOON If

I NEED IPM' InAma': you hara. food saleable art cli
Cad AREEN: :: FILL for fraauaial
-- o* any ....U.. appUcauoaj.GREEN'S MAN POR BtRVICE nATION Douhl knit TH" wlda.

""P'I. Ezptrianra Cranb.rry. .
nvrnaanrApplr rzl' BT."uoM.I" :
FUEL la. l..V.111.I Rtylsmaprs I.
IIfr. nti RIO
'II. Truck Stop on Truck Rout
TIME FER Vi for tall 'lunh.r 1
? vII :, o' l idl. I Antis. *pnn| hd. en"npl.a.
y ybUM PRACTICE! TODAY .Ht...' ......._.,Ca W. lllelt.p.ssad |M. R4 MUM aad chair. .'U.I .
.. 1>01...... p.auiKul: china caMaat. I7S. ,
pwoosvirwSUPPOSEDTO 0 *I.* dful Imported II pa. KORU I
5 Send a 4c< postal card. TAKE; China rnTrnBndl. I1JI ,
SERVICE STATION Nits, hnaL MlacL J. HaUatram, fit .
MESTTH write a letter call RE LakTtw Dn.t. N.E. arm ea.pnaita ,
I ai Y MAN WANTED Poet Offlca. Laaa Hln
/j 4-3661 or stop In at the office
$55. Week Plus Com-
; DRAGTICE: I'P -take the 'that'seasiest .
way ir .t" Rwiary Mower
i for mission. No Sunday TV R P. OeM coa ltt".. till
3r you to place work Jacobs Motor Service
N3AQ night required.

Af Ii yOU own Want Ad.JLU1' 101 a BLVD. PwLand. 7>.-..n.
Guaranteed Steady
i DUtTV ROIE BuUt..... CarpM.
0 / vIal Employment Not over ('"It 151 yard II... B0 for 14
yard if ft. It; 4n ft., any part
.k .., 45 & not under 21. M alL. Al. omhiary laM; mirmrai -

Write to Box 49, Alr. ondiii T tim<.n tTirtrt.r r; Natlanal Air.Temp
aiarhia: IBM ...._ iywwn' rt
on Anti WAT BT J. R. W1UJ II ot'a BOARDING Boca wllk UAJOB BOOPUI DeLand Sun News. "lau haiwwa.. lAe MCBI aorta Ma
Admiral TV. MI .i*<-ina ...i.r
;::r. 144. TIE OGLE II* X. .

DJPUTATTI HALL THi TH'# IIAAL ODEMJIT C IN1 DA'PNHIN'NO10AtilMl old 1H6t1IlATION CALUi FOR KNEW MY Y2RaEOY&Ld1RaT1t 4.U WIRN : IR /"vIClnA"ON*.hina iari and.ncd mtanr II.'*rapatra...ATTENDANT"" *. rxutrad Must b.. QUAKER MIATBR with b........

WOPTHI SET WRE EN00e i 4!OOT A *) 1a1Vt DELICATE 6ROW NG OLDeq Apply In ........ lr..*.... tan.*.*and..n.b'tank.'.. Phono l. nod 714 rood-4VII. vary


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IN04) 10UN0girlrAAMYT410 ABOUT MAtapER (NAM A YouR 61NGlr ccENO Apply III E.Dr PlyaMvtK Ctaanla CMlt Ptaal. 1 Anl.luar tot 1 p.Ivn.t .t4.,.t.Ca ppr TrM


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ND CuC ? men. |j>: OmMnatlnn Rd*. and
M4ELCOM1 A LRRRpAT(1iJ0E I. luwa at Wb.mb.rpr. HI.Pi 11*. Cttitll Pnrt.hl..
; lr FUN/ROtJA10 ThE ...... aad ML. whip ....... ll.' F. I. Rtr. v..r TV Ja
MANOR MA II'. If_. Pas 014 II Ri.d.
r g 2} .Mala WMtaaMaMa ar faaMb A THRFA'D PIPS
.t A < uVfnfr

tract | MHO AT ONCE I .._...*< or : *rpp'irjtTYNER'S "
rf Fm Cvtttr Tar nwad wvrk. tfltirfSn'S......_ ..... FM
: 47e.d aa, Will I.ni4k. bo.*a ana HARDWARE
umarIdly. tnO* atpan.a .
O ""c d-d" sot rail Fh wa r-n* tOwani 111. n. RIM P...... 714-U4tMOVTNO
r Frarr.III-SHX R.r..
r K daJ*. Fkv. Lab. tor ...- 1IIrM.. LAMB MTIELF:
aaurb mk _"*, chair.COrMI .
ht P -g Ri.5.'w, 30 tiNS ... n.... _
1 II Srnatiaai ..*...) Sal

and *ad 'ante Vnr**.
e Gar and Tin _
344 .burs
: MY HAMIPMS. .A. Holly ... ,C.. r.1.r.
-- W 710-If. .
I TA+! : ... II Man bit M..awwb I..ur SIGNS 1'01SALE
I aall low **> wita1
1'Tt1RE1Gtcd INrM. pNPibw.a PS. -4 .'vn.4iARPLVTRT HEAVY CARDBOARD
Ce-LombO. LADY .1Ot. J NR drnSbnwearb

' .tRRILL aE.'DISG-SIlSU Hart Americu International pe( .... 7..11.)1-, : 15c Each

p hl tun itar. bagiiui wart ta Uw production at"Cltr la UM Sri PAINTING MO Awuw.t MUKTINO.Far lV. f., ....,
I an. 1111 YInciat rr1Ca. &t aiDlaled m"TaJama BXA* ABLB RATES l Rest oiJ.I' rl,
rmt.i 1110. SpehS a PW .... D.L.d lad
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OUt T..T SO...IBMfM BAJVKiyossEss.1.
MAOMNS WMR SHOP For Christmas Early
OM U.ed mlpn/M... ***> T.D STB(a.

raiCED TO SZIXIonxtvj Deland Deltona
I DeBary

nntMTVRi, be am a wooo wow With A LOAN From

I W W. Naw v..... A.., HI..... w. ...... no",1C7 Residents. 1

tiiittt* iitta SSS/.1111,11111.,101
M LlBcoU f 1111 teL IM....
41 adN TIISTI11N. .
that Loans To $600
Ph. 'N Yard $751 Is413*w.
734-7798 734-5365
ONI T.V. Rills 'I'1a.... Xlactraale: Sun.pllaa Evenings Days U .... C.i.. I7M... tU n*.
OmMutlMi Wtahar-Dryar .IJOI at dlaoount $... FrMtaElaotronloa. US L INDIANA AYL ,.... 73U4SI W PI,. -r. W(. tsn.... MlM m..
ONO lllSt E.N.T. 714-Iini. .11..1.555555/ 555555551105555415555155551.Any Pod H71 kUJM....

&f.III.* Ku<* .nut DeLand's ....4..5..1 -- 'it rirmitk SUI.... Ml BI*.

t door 1'r11I4&1re Kafrifarator .T..IILauw Home Entertainment : ELECTRIC WIRING : CIckO.rPrkuliftrt I Size 1O-ft. to 12-ft. .M MttcmrF UM k.L PI BI*. 1 Used Cars :

M Oldjm.bll sin taU USIt .
.)>. uprlcht ,,...... 4 foodcompartmanta : AMD : In lift
doora. A rant Bar. I Headquarters : For* IIM... 111 e. '

Baird Mobile Homes .55 DAo. "II .... 534*.
MANY OTHER Bnrnlnnt Low lowITm.nh : H. M. LIGGETT : '
T..tad and Ounrnntaad PRANCIIIYODA DEALER 1< rriIt $54-144111 m. 63 Chevrolet
Conv.olant OltAC Flninolca : u, IIf11 IMItnt4 : 1.5.1 ..... 2SS4I21 Oak Trees ...ta.* SSM.... Ml BI*. I

Boulevard Appliance Inc. MAGNAVOXRCA : ..... n 4215/ : AIIa..I. fI....... .II BlllmnR S4M k.l. RT m*. 4-0001 SEDAN

'B :l"o ..................... 'M IIM '.1. lit m*. IfeyflfiuW
p. N. 714tMICLKAN .
II Clkrrl fSM'.1. Ill BI*. iRgln,ajvtitMtlc

trio Rnnca.Dod us..mid.40" Ktnmora, larta avana ElM.: VICTOR U RtttM M ..... 0 4-lnches In Diameter .H Del,* IIM ..1. lit BI*. I TrtRIRrfllltR 3Rd*W.r lfr.hf I

and da.p w.ll. H... 71/-/011. I'mIOIRJD: 'n bnp.riiN '.. ttl m*. rdl4, h....r. It-

AUTO AIR COrrDlTlONIHCIArt ONE .EDRooM. YOU,, OPEN DAILY Planted In Your Yard '11 D.Snt* |1M.... ttl BI*. Ira lice till.........
!.ltar Balu *. feme SYLVANIA 111 Mw Ph. 734.4144. 'H C dIEM tin ..1. Ill m*. I

OEOaOB)a Alabama RKAIBR Fhona OARAOBIM TI4-loll PARTLY FUNNISHtO 1 Bedroom .ALIO .b..Is MI 4: ::d W.-=.. Tonle n th.rral.1 |2M ..,. 117 BI*. $1,995
i batha. Adult only. HighwayU. Des Croau 514. 714.4403 .II UaenlR j jI
WIITINOHOUII Auto W..hln 8LAexvtrT.\ TT Phon. 1141415.I arrlni DaLnnd Sine 'II 0 Written Survival GuaranteeFOR MM Ml BI .

Marhlna:.t"M .1A ClaI.| Clock. STEREO: HI-FI BR. FURNISHED HOME DILlON II'NO" 001101 41.. 3 'n. Cadllla MIT knl. 144 m*. 11111111111 I
Radio. AM-FM and 17 Baled
Upon A*., Dcl aon Springs tsn"L PI 5'..
Sal Out Winter Drift Wltfc. FM-8TBRBO RADIO Phona ....UI.< r.\Men: :--':: '\&:."- ':: 'U M.rcnrr fit CMhU '

.. lni... H.... ..... helms.on. 63CorvaIr
JAL-O-SEAL BOULEVARDAPPLIANCES I BIDHOOM Mark Vrfurnlahrd ehool ITI Month.NarGaoria 114.7/14 I. .M. C nlllna f IM knl.. Ill ... iMONU

IH. ft MM per 1H ft Phona fl....... 12Asnutr
WB DELIVER NfW Colonial tyiw: Hrtrk Fr..ntKama I N | OPEN EVINING.I All nt with lI.teIIl'l
I4T R. Amalla, Phen '''.UU JO.f..IIU.; a BR. I ear tri t14.IM.Oood ( Hrlr. Hit R.,*....Ie IIII I
PI NORT1I IOCLI11ARDPHONE tarna will MO.M 00ro1. ...,.... FlnrUn UltMlNatlanal
ALL TYPE HIATIHtr T.v.'i 115141 TWO SIOMOOM ruralahad. .1_ btUi. redid 94 ...,,,.
AND CEDAR: CHEST trio ..It h.*. *M Clauaan, 1141 .. ALMOST l.w I Wtlrmm Rouaa.>". Ina.7U .
MY TRADING POST YOUR R.C.A. VICTOR Blvd slur p.m.UNPURNIIHID Ottnt oily bottles .u.,". Only
ITH dowa Avim M .... I $1,695 .1 I
... ..
HT B. Florida ..... Phona TI4-.7T4WB DBALBB t Ba., .1. .to.

RUY and andfurnltura. CALKINS ELECTRIC Rmall Is nily. R.a. Farnanant....noble rant.THMtl 141. W.Wlaronaln. ........, IVwfflM. tnrk. iMltittteONUtOAL 1
BTORB. W. Repairs On All Makes EXTRA I/IB JIM ChevroletIISCATNS
1147101.S 61

T 'ro.t.1I Fond P010 Ito of Radio & T.V. FURNISHED HOUII. Jar.. BaJ ....,. "'" "..un Iw W I Itow Tart Ar, BUILD OR BUS DICED: TO |MJI4 ZORRETT
,, ,
CONRAD LUMBER COMPANt """"" carports .nd '1.ln. W T. SlOAN
W. Mlchlnan Avenua roam. lneatd .t Irn,1.It1yN. LOVILY 1 BR. RII"'U 111.. FHA-VA Poe 771 PYanl ....nlt I
Color T.V. Specialists NrDnnnld Avo. Il' !547so bath 4.11.8. kltoh.n. NTe tall.d.nllal .* DOWN DENARY ,trRiRibilR. 4I
42 Hut. I i>..... $. Pl wells W.IU.1 Knill.4. Boa 157 an.. GOOD 17NANCINO. ...
M 4 '". unfurnl.had Anus en boll.utlful GREGORY ua. I... .... as a... WISE INC., Lake In Back Yard "I..r tnglni, /S" IIII

521 S: BOULEVARD Ink., will writ to el..n l d*. NUT OOON. ItalihhflF will varlfy ,.
'nwD1'. IhIM' Vita Pren11lag Fhm. KB ..,," ant p.ipl.. IM month. 710.2311.FISHIRMINTOURIITS BY OWNIRl Me 1 BR. turn 0.,. HOME BUILDERS I Ib, I< M hl from Ills I
Bleb ... WAIU and =..vt Thins tn
&LAJIID C.UURA: .110.. Deltronics T.V. .734-8524 Nc.. ehap.n $i, .: 131 & Am.llo.Y 734-3631 11.0007. CB Mom. I MR, Illsbill. i $1,195 .
iN M. IIL BR TV. I* ntlnuua from I BR, TVmMn btillt-la alov.-ot.n. .arport .
SALES SERVICE RENTALS H,nJJ,,,. Rlvr and IbiS rniaUInnulra BEAUTIFUL LAKE carnra.rOMH KICK f BRDBOOM HOUN *, Ur amrch fae.Int ,
I'M ('Mpp..i"1.l., tKllniM. ViR amforlebis 1 b.dram. 1 IT.Rhnra*. .{( Kt.larBand. M CLOCK Is ;up.r Mark.L. |?.M. laka. Nome:": ka rapalatadtiHi I I .. ....
tr4i ,.. hUfnoli* ... :
4. Mitirloli bath liD" Uvlnf mom withflnplnoa OPEN DAILY '''.nl.'' Clnmi larma.OANMTBH Inti" and tilt rl.1 win,
aANTIQUES liHtflng 1 .". FUMN. HOUtl. Klartrialiltrhon. front and roll aeraanad ...... BruarhnrtI KBALTT ISM dawn. ,l.II p.r Mall (plus ;
_... lltuatad "ol atiad.d
Nlr front Uarwa pnrrl.a nn 5u11AwPhon. Phona 714.12,4Fantastic $11.1.2 Ins I 61 Falcon
121 E. RICH ALABAMA WHITI RIVER. Orav.l .If wanted. Yard ..rvl Inrludcd. lot IIV '..p. Only I1MU4wllh ",...n. l!! Pln A.t. ss. R.aI 1.5.J:
B.. ConalU Mo11lay.R III.Hi) Cu Yd .IIv..d. ('hll 1t I Adulia only. Plans 7J4-471I or 1. Buys 1
Walkar Bid*. Matt. 7J4-0500. T". I12. D. EARL LAWRENCE D/LAND: P101RA7.ISOMEI : 1 ..... tans flrnunA JO PECK REALTOR STATION WAGON ..

44 .*.. AppDaBCH PRACTICALLY NEW Furnlihtd llrak.. 1'01lu.a I .... CII,,,.' Eat Pie. Rill, lUKe DQNr7'bar.. IfO....u .Mwiitr nr. Extrc
4f PIWBTF. 1.11I. Tory oleo 1 Badrnom 110".., (41 lilt N Tllvd. D.Un BIONOOM. bath, nadtrii kafk 15.. ULTRA MODERN ..... Offlaa MOI4IUAutomotive 0 IUul I
84.1171 :. l .iylind.r .. .1. .
Mo. till 1.1...." Pkwy.. TJ4-IT1I. Phnna. 714-1741 and kltohan.1 emit-In I I atoy. and $II'TI* ,
aOOO prod '
rafrlrarator. IIM. van N1WI RR Fl. Racy
'* rd. .
Bob Aabury. Ooodyanr iarvlo, D. tTUBBT IATTBRTHWAIT: owl, .lot 171 land.. III IM Mesmiss"oI
Rtora. Ill W, New fork Ar., lAXOO MOWER MI.! tarrlM IN hum.OLINWOOOt furnl.hd.' tnaly Just I wh.t twdranmUNFURNIIHBD u.r. SPACE RACE A,., 11laoS 111 Isn.11.10.: 4 :...., Oar ill: .W* *

Fhona 111.1000SN MOWER: REPAIR Ianhlni for, come I., It. Can t BIDMOOMI I Mils IVIRAk lovely I BR Horn.. | Special! $1,095
B. Raaa Hin and N Oarfl.14 734.1511.. ...... 4 *n. lint Down 17* ma.
.. W BCRB Una PHONE RE 447C7FOWBH NOT OUTIR but Inner Ipsea tr piiot.d aw aa hat tint and ..,.nU....Suit5.ray I VIRV Ia... nld kom.a will .... 1AItari.hb.. fir {.!.

WBTINOHOUBFRIERSON'S' a S BR ..""pt 1'0. YOU art Is. th.t ....... but 1oIi1l'. A... ...... '11.." aril II"\J||,| : aarh, .l'" m 11.155 *
Mgor.to05001., b.III... Godhuutlan a wlnor f4iota. This A I.I JITROkl
.. .
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f3/.0111. at tha most Msutiful, I ..101100101"al". 101 .._ lAnn
"ON TIB BOULEVARD"OWNER SERVICECUIYMAN well built and wen .niealy. iaeat.4 I. CMntry:: ClubKit.I. 1IMM4 Randaya and Bvanliit* _:n/ fH.Id .fcour: d.U arr. I
N.' Bld.
Weld B Frtarao* KOOTBK: t BR. Fl'RN MOCKB' > hnm.a In tMl ind. It k.a 4 had.ronaia : ., naar ..01'11"IO.. 14 Pa,n 714-1414 rltnd HIT 60 Chevrolet
lit N. BIT* Pboaa RE 4ITT1TJM4 PIONEER CHAIN 'AW'TALTON"S CAI.L 7I4-1MT m IH II.'''., avwlnv rnnrn. nanhraora DrUa ... III.M4 It COMVAIM. CM* anndi B/H. W/
INQUIRE IN II HHBIUPAfHOUtl : ..... Uli( room wllh flraplaoa, UNITEDAAA W lira.. Is od111th.flsw.Low I fAIKWOOOSTILWAMW

V.01 1 1** ft.Ft Waat.Varrlnrttor Raf. ___._til W MM N. ..*.. Fh.. BB .."" *. Aoartmanti.. Itooma. Ill .lama kllrh.n dlnln,, room laria mod Florida, .rn THIIC Land ."...m......1.ra avtnn nwn.4 4 kf LoanAon D.- FIM1" R.1t JII.t.,... I". _yrli-a. 1'sl )I4MI attar I p m. I1!*. hnttr V-l ...1.. I
v.... W..t. Auto. Wwhar _..101 op. Ktnrt.nH.i. Lota Airaana.Hnniaa room a< aundark. ll.t.4 Mia.Hrokar U. Snook 1kul' va34 tHe CHIVMOLITVI". 4 door
and lor
Ua.d Thor 'Wajhtr.., titS 52 .....sss ItjvlpimRtTyvnnitara ) ALR. Rfkannabla.FK nlr. \larta ha::m=ril.. Mntral nonparntlon ara ,la |a it.d. --- PNns.- '".tllI kardiop. Kadi and bully, AIIIO.mitln ".... **. Extra sits
&H Inc. H4-4IIU 44> B. Now fork A**. baling plant and a vry nlva ICs Oood larmn In ....11 nod buy.fa.IT'S HILL I"ION AUTO 'Iwltk. ..
Appliances, laraia with\ 14 hag and Ind Realty r'I N.II M ThMlra. .gn* I
141 W. 7I4M09OppOilta ... U M.kfl. Hmi flimr .hkh aould ...11,. ha ...n. A BARGAINS Ma4a. Currlarton, Baaltof /-5111. .
< Waatfita ihopplnf "111/CRAAB v.rtad I* nlra li.aull III C Oraw. A.." Fhaaa TI4.4IIT $1,195
Cents) Ill N. tlyd Ph.. Rit4N fully. landacapaii II* by 10* ft SR.. ruRNIIHtO. C.$. Homa.I I.tW..l11; | !
1 BRDRIVtM TRAILER: ....n.. Int ,.... .'01. awnlnf ..I"........ McCARRIER REALTY Bar.5tl I'I.Uan.1 lI.nlr :
YATTADWAEIiEHI The ALLEN WHITE Co. Oaamar Mohlla Hume Park THIS I*. YOU "Invitation Ill ElaIspn' ur," t rr..aa floor a, .I
an4 DRTBBJiW CaU 'll45Real Inapactloa ky appoint. air -sdllln.d:I. ;t,ana.HARTSOCK ho.EALTO1.o05
SERVICE Sp.MW.tI.. .,n.. auppIlMRlne Mint anly.Louis 411 W. 711.1711NOW OK USED CARS
101 W. Indiana Aa. Fk. t 4-,lll"Natlnnal Estate Meyers Realty Vnl1.d. Cystf. Clq 60 Dodge
Blank Bonk'. crop 01N AKO.LavltUlhear. : :.M. .. DSP 50 001,11 BILL HOLLER MOTORSALES
raw BOMB DfO MACHTNC. : "W1'It.P and Addlnii Machta fl..''., III... 714MMOMV Urt MnlUpln. Uaan War Wiu MATADOR SlOAN f

0irr.d FABRIC.ALL sad NOTION APPLIANCE Ia''.. ..""' ... 41 .._. ? DAILY NEW J % Clifton Timber & Realty I Na BR ltd Til IT M
LAKB BELCH: Fna s. IM-I4K BAUMAN'SDaLanil wNtarwtn ...111 mi. ru H U.. JOSEPH S. PECK .TV LAKCFRONT. I* krraa. HOUM Mha M TaM an Mll.r.1\..*will. w Mrrr.AIM '11 PONTIAO. Ors d Frt% Ws11uhll.rKrmanta. ...It.1III, a>.Waf ||||,...II
""" '"";->with ,'..perl.. Corp BCILDEK and CONTRACTOR ......., other hldna III....." M.rlnWon ..nldaf l7 Mr krahn.kit tlaII .
U Illf.yllsMall 0'"'" lunnlvOfflc. lot. 14 .J Kh.Hnnn A... PHONY TI4-4IIT Hlf\ fulur. II*, oLAKirnONT. 4M151. OTT Jlt''ViuU. '''.111 bf p1WIP "
and School luppll.aOfflra ? ...A..t" t".. Roil Jr.... // I
.. .. HIT B. UnlTarallf .*.. 141eIoso oM.rAOUM. / M* m.rhln ale sod ""' WHIN buylnir a homa, .took for 4 pm'mASII, Now I1l *'a. 60 BUICK 'I
HORAN'S 111 N. BI." J'II... TI4-II1I thaaa ronvanl.nnn. ..... f.nrwl W C, GULLET *-BR'S niKTt. jtrok.f, 1n.ie1.In ( ; WOWI-- LAIABRf I >HW '''IIIt. Ra.. andInolia .
Int. iprlnklar .,.I.m. air ...,,011. aun.o E. OF PINK KOUXI: ; ply *an>, ,nail, awnMkUnlr $895 .
CARPET f FURNtTURB CO 54 ..lwrp"IIuI1slflr1M. Stoning, .ntral lay (utt.ra.and CALL fll-4llt I lOt Mlle. A HM| of t 4wL
44 W Mow Torn Ph.n. RB 4.U1 down inoula clrrla' drl.. a". OrangetuClt ysl
Now ( .m.,' Block hnuaa, I or HOME pP KID A C.R. "UIINIIHr.r.A IITP BELL MOTOR CO. II
4 I.... kdrooma Mal for 10... 4 *ft, I haUl, ria Rm. ..". ./ I fUdronm. I Rah, Built In hu. .ram fran,, 1151111
So-Del Furniture ROSES & ANNUALS family A mod.rn homo will. dot dlnlnf I area : .' ibis ho,.. II" equ... .. Isms. Sal ,1I111M, aaly" |LIME ',Je.1"; ,, ...., 141 I. Sound'ary > ..... ::...:;,. 1J.. ..d .111.:2:: 4Nt I '
\-1 2I.u'rR'J7JII ANOEDpp.w DAVE BRIDE NURSERY Fhona 711.151). lo. Room. Canlral air and bout ::50. III r"'d:' PARTLY ".'.. ."... 1 1.d.... 116 '11 nlwl. ....t.... 59 Pontiac' j
...IM 5011.01. ||.*M down 1141 vonth Mill .. .11 Solo$1,510 /'.
A..pol"t."t Ill B. aocnla Fhaa BB
1 Ea1.gS: hO :
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Injuries have left the DeLand It is a question mark whether(; ale Br raw ROSS for a 60S. Leon Arthur had a
Bulldogs with' several question will dress for the game tonightfor la the Palm Fashions League turkey royal and Kathy Arthur

marks on their starting offensive the Bulldogs. Ken Drury has Held Hatum picked up the 4-3.7 picked up the 710.. Jean Gardner .
and defensive \ "'** tonight as' been sick this week and la another and Nell Barham had a turkey. had a clean game for a 203

they trek to Apopka to face the doubtful starter. Bobby In the Tea's.Hers It was Kathy Theresa Hughes picked up the

Blue Darters Orange. Belt'. Black has been troubled with a Arthur and Jill Ntroll had turkeys 510 and Ruby Gobler got the 3-7.
Conference test pinched nerve IQ his neck but and Sue Smith picked up Clean games were also rolled

'DeLand (2 4)) will be seeking will probably see some action READY FOR ACTION Yesterday morning this group was on hand bright and the 5.7.For by Gene Sheets and Al Schrnoy.

to win No. 3 In the OBC with but how much Is another ques the DeLand Shuffleboard Club for the opening of the Ladies Singles Club Tournament. Play began shortly the DeLand Mixed Emily er. Gene picked up the nand
Lakevlew and Lyman already tion. Rick Rawlins ,Ken GUI and early at Right picked up the 610.. Edwin AI got the 37 Abe Lilly also
tinder their belts. The Blue Darters Mike Murphy have all been hob after 9 o'clock but the final results were not available_ at presstime today. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) Holland got the 67 Hllma Anderson I got the 2.10 split

((1.5)) will also be eager fora bled, with charlie hones M Yrr the 457 Bill Vogenity In the Suburban Mixed it was
win u they have stopped only Looking at the offensive lineupfor ,, l lA SO SAYS HOOPLE the 5-7. Cecil Jackson and Red Jo Haman picking up the .710.
Lyman this season. The Bulldogs tonight for the Bulldogs It Thompson both had five strikes Gene Vest rolled a nice 211 game
took Lyman by 2113 while will probably be Bill Bartlett and Ed Grove had two turkeysand ,I and Jim Newton rolled a clean
the Darter found things easier at one end with either Cooperor also five strikes game.

m a 20 0 contest Al o the Blue Bobby McGlumphy manning OSU Will Trim IowaBy Now for the young bowlers. OTHER ACTION
were downed by Lees- the other Paul Timlin and Walt Bill McClelland bad a nice 134 For the Jack and Jill League
burg only by 13:I.7. er Anderson will be at the for the Sub Teens For the Prep Fran Calkins had a pair of 173

I One of their backs. 185.pound tackles, Norman Mansour at one Pin Bantams Nadine Malroxe games Al Schmojer picked up
Bobby Geiger to a former guard post with! either Black rolled a 132 and Jimmy Lilly the 5.8.10 as did Ruth Scbm y'l'.
eager at the Florida Military or Rusty Goff at the other. Ron MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE had a 134. Chuck Lilly had a Janet Calkins got the 410. Joe

I, School and he will be one of Rawlins will be the center Pigskin Philosopher 243 series and Debora Malmrose Lelght picked up the 17-910 and
their halfbacks. They hit quick In the backfield it will be Capt. Egad! It grieves me to report had a 249 for two. For the Biddie Elsie Wells got the 310. Marge

I' ani could well give some surprises Gary Breckenrlrige at quarter that the loyal follower of the Bantams Donna tilting and Sardlneer rolled a 196 ram .

to the' visiting Bulldogs back. At the halfbacks will be Hoople System 'have been,victimized Angle McNeeley had turkeys In the Teenage League Al Me-
It they are taken too lightly. Bob Arigar with either Gill or In the Castaways they are still delland picked up the 56.10 and
I SEVERAL! 8LO\\ ED Ricky Taylor as his running\ by the pranks of a cruel doing things in pain Florida had a turkey and turkey royal.

Mike Cooper has been suffer mate. The fullback will be either and dastardly wind. Transformer had two Identlclal Larry Gateman had a turkey

Murphy or Tommy Lawton. In preparing my predictions games of 806. Stu McKechnie hada royal. Brian Hull rolled a alee''
I On the defense for the BulldogsIt for the Wisconsin,Iowa and clean\ game and five strikes. 520 serlei.

.1 Yogi Mum looks like two of thene three, Colorado.Iowa State games of He rolled games of 2331891S3 In the Teenage Mixed League
: Bartlett, Apgar or Dennis J dorfer will be at the ends. Dave Th '4 j Oct. 17, I carefully assessed the Kccfcr 1710 had a 212 game and a 567
.\ 1 J assets and liabilities of the four IcysBullpups
Hansen will be one tackle with series Bobby Sorg had a 449 for
On Offer Timlin or Rick Rawlins the teams involved and then set htA70R AMOS g, ; IbawP three. Abe Lilly Jr. had a turkey
other. The middle guard will be down the scores as 31.21 in the royal Suzanne
I O Wollner got a 470
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Goff unless he plays offense and first mentioned contest and 117. LCgS l'r Dave Ledgewood had a 443 and
in that case Wilbur Duffey will In the second.However """"'pbTIGATOR'" Jerry Hayman a 509.

Mets\ get the call. I 1 before I could finish In the Ladles Ten Pin League,
,By The Interior linebackers will compiling my selection fate 20.13 WinWINTER Jean Parlin had a turkey rojal.

be Lawton and Maniour with took a hand. I was called from June Lord rolled a nice 223 and

Taylor and either Cooper or my office on Important business GARDEN The De- Parlin had a 218. Joan Kapun

MQNTCLAIR. N.J, '(AP Drury at thke corner back The I and 'while I was away from the TEENAGE Land Bullpups came up with a picked up the 45-7 Ruby Clay
Golfer Yogi Berra will likely deep men will be McGlumphyand dl'lk'a capricious wind slipped fine team effort here last nightto got the 3-710 and Dorothy
nave something to aay after a Ronnie Smith. through an open window and defeat the Baby Red Devils Ruckert got the 3.(10. Lord also
J Vacation about the latest development NEW PLAYERSHead w sent my' work sheets belterskelter BOWLING of Lakeview High 2013, In had a 503 series and Parlla a

I la his baseball career. Coach Tom Hill announced r I around the room their final game of the season. 501.
i The manager of the New this morning that five + '| Let me see, where was I? Oh IS OFF Roger Keefer completed a For the Split Happy Ladles It

I York Yankees was reached at member of the Junior varsity I Yes, My secretary seeking to fine season right where he be., was Norma Roberts getting the

Hit home by telephone Thursday Bullpup squad have been movedup be helpful, rearranged the AU bowlers In the Teen., Ian back In the opening game 4.5.7 and Joann Smith a turkey.In .
bight on the eve of his departure to varsity. These gridderi and : paper without telling me, and age !Mix eft and Late against Leesburg he scored the odds 'N Ends League
for a 10 day golfing holiday .atFlnehursl their teammates closed out their ,; : : In so doing she transpoaed the Junior Leaguee will not all three pointers for the Ginny Sheets picked up the 3.S-
I N.C. season last night with a 20.13 work sheets of the teams in bowl tomorrow night be Bullpups. 10 and 7-10.. Ruth Oakley pickedup

"What about this NeW York win over the Lakevlew Baby Red volved.. cause of Halloween. David Stump set up the first the 310.
Mets business\ Yogi?" he was Devils In Winter Garden. Urn m my staff members Several member of the TD when he grabbed a fumble The Tuesday Morning Coffee
asked. "Thia will give us 20 underclassmen DELAND BOaTER Wiley Clayton, center fresh typed up the forecast and In the league announced duringthe on the 47 and raced to the seven. League found FIG Knight pickingup

A brief pause followed puns : on the squad Hill man lineman from DeLand, is on the Florida Southern printed version the forecast week they planned to From there Keefer went over the 5.10 and 57J. Earlene
1 lusted by what sounded like the said "We would like to bring College soccer team that will be playing the Stetson read: Iowa 31 Wisconsin 21; attended parties and so the but the PAT failed Lakevlew Rhodes got the 3.7, Dledel Pape
Iowa State 14 Colorado 7. These
rattle of golf clubs from the more up but this will fill the uniforms University Hatters here at 2 o'clock on the, E. Minnesota league action was called came back to score in the second the 2410 Franziska Ramsey
the final
were exact scores of the
37-10 Dot
terra end of the line we have. These boys are Ave. field. This game will be for first place in the the but the winners eft. quarter. Harvey the 5.7,
We 'understand,'' the queetimer among the best on the junior Florida Intercollegiate Conference battle as each team games weremy The regular schedule will In the third period the fine Edna Duval the 5-10 and Betty
original selections, Wisconsin Churma the 45-7.
Meta continue Nov. 7. pawing of Mike Teal to Eddie
continued, "that the
but not necessarily
varsity has a 2-1 record. Others art Terry Gore, left, of Sanford and Colorado. Would you Williams and Stowell
president George Weiss that want he best but they aie playing positions and serving as team manager for the second year, and John believe' hakkaff that a moved the ball to Corky the 17. From
In his organization, where we need help 'Kclso
you considers you 'A man with agreat that is why they got the call: ," Hayes, also of Sanford, a leading contender for All-FIC playful breeze could have such Gators there Keefer ran tt over with Ready
deal of baseball knowledge !. Hill added. (goalie honors after making 22 saves against the Miami dlravtrou! results? (Ed. note: Eye Williams doing some good block.
popularity'" Hurricanes u Florida Southern won by 30. We're taking It with a grain of ing along the way Randy Aleno .y Th. AMotlite Pr.,*
Coming up art David) Stump, salt, Major but go ahead.) booted the extra Kilo can dethrone RoundTable
'WE: TALKED'"Yeah to help Black at guard and aa Aerial PathGAINESVILLE the
You were fortunate, however, Once again Lakevlew came as world'a richest
we talked said linebacker;' John McNeeley, asa hone
that another exact prediction Saturday
bark to score but in the final
ra. He referred to greeting corner back lid flanker; Ed Missouri 17 Air Force 7, wan The 7.year.old gliding from
(AP) period Teal again mixed his
Weiss In New
Wednesday with Strickland, because of his fine not a victim of the wind. On this Florida and Auburn meet here plays well as he pushed the Mrs. Richard C duPont'a Bo-,
York City. hand u a receiver; Roger 'CATS HOST EAGLESIN same card your peerless prophet hernia Stable needn't even win
'". Saturday afternoon la an Impor Bullpups to the Lakevlew 30.
"And what did you say think Keefer, a good passer with correctly chose unranked Purdueto tant Southeastern Conference From there Keefer! carried It In the two miles of the $100,000-
"I said I'm going to Strickland and he sewed all knock Michigan from the undefeated game and lonesome end and Aleno converted again. added Jockey Club Gold Cup at
about it. did nine touchdowns for the Bullpups SIX lAN GRID ranks um.kumpt! Charles Casey may be the key, Coaches Bryce Francis and Aqueduct for the fifth straight
: "Think about ",bat''hat this season; and Randy Aleno, the local for A second will be
Looking to scene Casey In mid season la on the Carl Brown had high praise for year. sufficientto !
tie offer you? I on the defensive line and at a minute. verge of setting pass receivingrecords the work of their grtdders in a send Kelly u the four-tims
"Well, I "don't have anything center BATTLE IN STADIUM DeLand's Bulldogs will be aa Florida's lonesome closing effort. Randy Wclndorf- Horse of the Year Is popularly

to say now. I Thies ail the beebable *ffi .lv hosted by the Apopka Blue Darters end He will be a marked man. er, who Is moving to Columbus known, to the top of the list
Berra was equally uncommunicative uncap,, tee t"Iht.s 111I11.. tonight. This game looks as But be is also Florida's most Ohio, shortly did a good Job Kelso has earned $1,732,772
after hs was find u ...\lLL.OOOIINoa ."." ((1101) one aithNC If It could be real close( but in logical path to victory. Auburn's along with Richard Brown Gary and Is only $17.097 away from
manager of the Yanks on Oct ( ) tr ,,,. ( ) When the footballers take the field In Municipal Stadium this corner the Bulldogs should rushing: defense Is sturdy-sec Pope Tommy Craft, John Mc. Round Table's $1,749.869. With
1The Yanks hid won the TAOKLI i Ana roe (10)lei tonight there will be 12 ml'n'on the field but that won't be pull it out for their third win in ond best In the Southeastern Neeley, Alcnn. Abe Lilly Jr., four starters Including the well

American League pennant then Timlin OUAHDS 111181.- M|..l.u. ('ITU and anything for \the fans to worry about the Orange Belt Conference. De Conference. The Tigers' pass Williams Kecter and Stowell.Hayes regarded 3 year-olds Quadra
JOlt the World Series to the St. llh.r BlMk' tea) *r Oirff (HO.), The 12 men will be the total, number of players for both Land edged Lyman last week, defense rate well, too, but not lie and Roman Brother the
Cardinals In seven CtnUr Man Uwllni (ISO) teams the first Riverland Conference battle la
Louis games OUAHTtftlACK as 2113 while the Blue Darters that high. Gold Cup win gross $106600
Berra was offered a two.year (,HALFBACK scheduled for the local gridiron with the Taylor Wildcats of earned their lone win of the season Seven touchdowns have been! Returns with $69,290 ticketed for the

contract u a special field consultant '1 Kh.i0111) (f11'01* -" AfltIP Ttyltr<(21'0\(1M)III'. Plerson hosting the Bronson Eaglea.: over the same team, 200 scored against Auburn. Five of winner and $21,320 for second.
to General Manager FULLKA6K Murphy (US) *r This will be something new lor football fans of this area Should DeLand figure: they have them came through the air. TALLAHASSEE (AP-) Olym
I Ralph Hnuk, but no contract L."."." tVtli DA.T.a and those not planning to attend the DeLand Bulldog game at an easy pick they might well be The man on the throwing end pie gold medal winner Bob Cobb 75 Dies
was algned. SNOS Mtlnlrl ((170)) andIUwl Apopka against the Blue Darters are Invited to back the surprised.Six of Casey'a .passes-another new Hayes will be back In the lineup ,
\ >* (HO*. Wildcats tonight. .man football Is scheduledfor star for the Florida Gators and Saturday u Florida AIM pits Its
P.TACKLE D... 11111.)- W. D.w" (201) tn* Some of the differences In the game In addition Municipal Stadium at I likewise a certain' target of Auburn Highly rated defense against SARASOTA (AP) Funeral
Golf MeetIs OUAeoa-ode,11 (lit) sal Clair. to the number of players, are that the field is 80 yards long, o'clock( tonight when the Taylor defen\1el't-1VlU. Steve 'I Benedict College In Tampa. services will be held today for

(1MICtNTtP. Or.' (list. 40 yarda wide and It takes 15 ysrds to pick up a first down.It Wildcats of Plerson host the Spurrier. Statistics released Thursday late John Paul Cobb Cobb baseball brother of the
OUAMTBMACK. :' I II/C/ee is also possible to'score two points after a touchdown It Branson Eagles The high flying Spurrier Is one of .three sophomores New York any AAM has the tal. Ty immor.

C'IIO.I.HALeACMI. Wln.t(1IS) a drop kick 1 II used. Visitor! are tough and the defending In Florida! starting i toughest defense of any small 73 died
Cobb. In
\ : Slated and Otl)*>. (HI), It 1 II a wide-open brand of football with plenty of solo Riverland Conference backfield. Don Knapp is at college In the country, having borne a nursing
CULL.ACK HUM 1101.. efforts on the part of the defense and offense,. champs Don't look for the Wild- wtngback and John Fclber at allowed three opponents 192 illness He Tuesday came here after from a long At.
Earlier this season the defending conference champion fullback. The only letterman in I yards aa of $4
eats to give up on this one but average yards lanta In 1922 and was la the real
Baby 'Cats Bow Eagles ripped the Wildcats, 4612. but In the second half the the Eagle arc rugged. the offensive backfield II Larry per game. estate business until his retirement '

The Inter-city Golf Association losers stayed Kith their hosts very well and were outscored Nw' .11 with th* toratwliBlkAND Dupree now a tailback. I The addition of Haves recently In
Is holding Its final tournament PIERSON The visiting Or. only by 14 6.Head II. 1* Tom Shannon, left.headed senior returned from Tokyo and
He served aa a member of the
erm 17 TAVkOM II
and banquet of the season at the mond Beach Junior High grid- Coach Warren Gilbert of the Wildcats Is a Bronson M'' "I..*"., 1/. Norwich, ISMil. quarterback who lost the halfback Bobby Felts, out three county school: board tor eight
Golf and Country Club and ball there under Coach John He .... 11. Pvnlu. SI to the '
starting job
CeLand den scored a 19 0 decision yesterday grad played Rutledge. adept Spur. weeks with a twisted ankle, will\ years. He played baseball the
Sunday.vEntrie. afternoon over the Taylor would like nothing\ better than to give his former teacher indlana.. It.41.,. II.MINIUM!I..... ISK (1OKI tier, may get a chance to playon give the unbeaten Rattlers an I minor leagues from 1907 to 151*.
have been received a lesson. .f>lt M, K.Mlt eats ( defense this week. He hasn't
ball club edge their Columbia
Junior HiEh over S.C. He la survived by a eon, J.
from Dubsdread McCoy Air LET'S NOT STAT HOME! BACK THE WILDCATS! xol..hya. W. Vtrflntl ( been used on defense since he
Steve Mlddleton and Steve Lau ... Mi...,....*. 1* opponents I Paul Cobb Jr.
Fore But Orange. Hills and M.."1..* 17. Pinit S11 UMliMMrt was a sophomore although the
the local club. Corteaus each tallied on passes ) T, N.brn I coaches rate aim aa excellent -
from Dennis Wlhon that covered N55 r. Dim 40. NsvyWy.M >
The starting times for the entries ),, II' New MNN 1aN. defender.
have been announced as five and 33 yards, respectively and over. CarcCoe it SS. *. C The third six.pointer came on a Horse ShowIs The Quadrangle and Double IS ........_.,*.* fOrf
follows; h.... 21 ..*" I Tulane Plans
9 am1. Red Robins, Bob :33 yard effort by Tom Pertjerra. Figure Eight, two lour.barrel *. slats '. WiMH' .* 14 fyr
The Wildcats will closeout will follow ..U.. IS. PIMikurf K I
tills. Baby events providing
BUI Halasky, Gene Savage. ScheduledThe ] S. Cslll.rnts ,.. Wunl./tea TT
their season this coming intricate patterns to ,..,.. .. wii11011At
9.06 Jill Savage, Larry Con. prove a >.* r*. a. mt IMI. To ContinueNEW
Os- week when they entertain the I horse's roantuverabllty and ,....... itsas ,.. Wltl. 11 I.
rely, John Groucher, Lonnie Air Circa tl, ........ SAl
teln. rugged Central Junior High I West v 0 l III .Ia Saddle dexterity as well as speed. *"... S'. MiwMipM Si 11
9.12 Leroy Anderson Bill grldden of Holly Hill Club's finale will be the HorseShow These events will ids have three Arn Aesop2..* 5.05005e 1/. T.... AAM II C ORLEANS AP) Tulane ///J( YOU HANDLE THIS
division University athletic director
node Mike Prelec Bryon on Sunday at the Mc A.a.ra" ,. rMrid. /
Wente. Gregor Ranch. This snow marks Sandwiches and cold drinks (G'I'. ..... Fulda 'f" Asb.resuss His Yard says the Green WaveIsn't

9:30 Jim But-t.. Ben frank FOOTBALLRESULTS the ends of the fall series and will be sold for the convenience II) thinking about dropping ...WI fake care 01 the rest
: a..wo17le
sin Lewis Hantord Don Bell. final major activity before of guest and riders who travel. rnM..e.Htar..ll SS.. UCLA 1tirWMl out of, although the Southeastern Talaae Conference Das Put your comfort in SJUT sec* 0m' e<.
9:38 Bob Cox. Ed Sutter, Christmas. Spectators are admitted free v .* SS. Cbotwll to05)5MaI tanks sM titan"

Gary Beck, Chuck Weld. .y Tee Ai....ltt4 Pass dub trophies for the end of with free parking. V.,' 11. 0.1'....Color"....,.. N55i1.51 11 football scheduled games only for three 1981. league tar.PhltMtt Try the sur first-05 koms bask
8:43 Jerry,Hawkins frank the series will be awarded In ( &6.
The Greenlet
released from
.. ftuJliM
TNa rr 0. IIN. I
addition to the intermediate SNr111
Don Junior
Cully Chuck Heltsley, HIGH SCHOOL /lT0 111117 c...... M ....,.s IMS! sad 19M! gridiron schedule
Crawford. CTh.* A51latsCNN I and senior high point NensrI l/. Pilot. NLikers.Shadcd
1:18: Lew Ingram..Carton r.r { Ubll' IT MltiM Js.kaos. of the day trophies. 1t X001r Thursday. The 1963 card to m PHILHEAT'
.... .
Manej.ol' t .. xdi.e.nnywal : to). about par with the schedules
for this show will
Inch. Bob Whittaker, Bob Cover. )/ ChalaNl.: It FortiutMi Tutus has played la recent
9:54 Harry Hovey. Frank I..ud.rd.b >< SIS low the pattern set at the Oct. .

Hayes, John Walssel, H. franklin H.IN.WIIs*tnf.N t oNsn/e OrUioln*..>>.Boo. MMI*. 14 t 4 show. Western Pleasure will be year But the UM schedule lists
sere Item PulL IS B.Ut Ol.4AIICONOIDONU open to an competitors' but will LOS -
Lk..ksre. t LM Aagslae taken sat meatfly SEC rsjne only with VenderbQt. -
not count for trophy points
10:M Jack Tapseott, Florida and the Creeelea'traditional
tlmmons, Don Snyder, P. will have Its own special, ask! Stop their laurels la toe Nsrtoaat rival Leulaiaaa

lOreusche. and Ivory trophy, surmounted ., Basketball Aaactinnn'abiters State.
11:08 Holloway, Deemsters, I by a gojdet western horse DtvUica today _
VUley.\ McDonald. saddled and ready to grace any slightly n< la their. lawU ire wearing tkla ee Mow AIM C4 "IHTM"IOSfIlIi .Phone 734-5051
11:12 Bill Kane, Fred Bar OTIS THOMAS trophy belf. Negotiations are
"*%,Jim Lacoste, Bob Ferguson I'f"II'"IlIh a regUterMgudge Elsa.I Ike bottom. I
8 ,J212: Walt Cunningham, who Is moving to this area. gat ton The Baltimore Bullets posteda Tl I i I
Horace Heley, Bill Trlbble, Package Store223W.YoorhIiATt. The Ribbon Race win also beopea 0n M*l victory 0tilt Laker
+ George Smith. ta all alfl.1O that skies Tauratlajr sight ta the oaly

e 12.11: Joe Tagne, Ed Boyle;' may chaos partners In their age NIfA110lMrsnR ,..... scheduled i Acree'' Oil Co.
Tat Berkley, Joe Kenny .Phone 734-3318 divisions I'ollltt..... will figure $ Thai Bullets cam tram bhln4
12.30: Jack Brucker, Ander in trophy calculations. late la UM third Barter, wHea S I..L t. EBald.
ion. Osteln. blade We Give Tae Ooverleaf will open the they traDed 1341. to edx list
U:3I: L. D. Harrison. Jim Tip Vain timed events with tare divi n.eoawt cs san lae.e 1P05. ttt Latin for the first vlrtarrhi (.lees .urlee j 1025 North Bird. DeLtadI

Hayes. ..n McCune Royt Mo SIIII"J steal Junior 14 aid ender Intermediate .Ad h4 N 055001 c0116 tare tares this setsoa with flee, l...seee1

Grill ). J 13-11. and seniors 19 Tar Angtlt.


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