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! King wR Lengthy Vote Campaign J I..

Saud it ,:
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OustedSaudi /p' 1f ['Nears Close With Polls ;

Arabia' k

1 Ruler Brother Dethroned Crowned; Pointing To LBJWinLBJ

i DAMASCUS. Syria (AP) twdal
Saudi Arabia's King Stud wu f "

tare tPrincenFafulbawu. To End Barry Flails

proclaimed king of the oil.rick a
deiert state, Mecca Radio announced. .

Information Minister Jima Drive With Demos Over

Al Julallaa read a statement
over Mecca Radio saying Cabl- ,

I net lion tultatlv ministers this Council morning and,In religious approved Joint eon sea-the Texas Talks CANDIDATES S. Viet Nam I IPHODmC. I

dethronement of Saud. (2, and STETSON NAMES 'MISS HATTER'-Ruth Colvardof Pahokee, center, Saturday WASKINOTON AP) Here an the vital statistics ea the

the,proclamation of Faisal 60 night was named "Miss Hatter" during a contest that climaxed the annual, I presldintiil and vtee-preiWenUil candlditti! ;
ai the third monarch ol SaudiAribla. Green Feather carnival on the Stetson University campus. Toni Carameroi, left of I WASHINGTON AP) The JohnMm. sidestep Rimihrey Millet Aria. AP) Sea.Barrr .
I long, itrldent election campaign Are tt IS M M Coldwater, hunting rotes
Tha broidcsit announced after Miami was named first runner-up and Linda Clenny of Jacksonville was second run-l*, I comes tn a clone today with Height a feet I feel I tot 11 I feet T and luck, charged today that the

the mlnlater'i statement that ner-up. every Indicator ot a computer Wflfhl lOG lU.,. 140 "iher Incompetence" of Demo
Fslsal bad accepted the dedlon. bed poll.eonidoui era pointing Early: caret teacher mirehaat pharmacist lawyer crate strategtita has set lh-
October Filed ; toward victory for President Hooted: to UI.-bachM war en communism
broadcast said nothing Reports Johnion. Conireu urn ins INI USD la Smith Viet Nam en the brink:
The Naps state Tm Anions South Dakota New Tart of disaster
about Siud'a future plant, but In 27 hours of elapsed time, wife'a IIa-
reports circulating in the Arab : beginning at U.01 am. EST The Republican gnmlnee tat
state Tms South Dakota New York
uve Xnitlina
world the past, ttw days said Ta the ailing i arch, who Volusia County CandidatesList I towns and winding op with the two two. one three palgn Inaugural as the Ut ma
had been !king sine\ his father'i i doting of pnlli in violent Alai> i Church iChrlitlia Tplieoptl: Congrentlnnsl Csthotia "jor President adOeof his race against

death in 1933 may go to liveIOmewhre Ilea. mme TO million Americana I Chief hobby politics him radio water sports bridge anew la Ian Johnson Ftandsre. the oflerlng!
in Europe. Will choose a president 2S governor ,
words he
Reports of the Impending *, its House members and 4 altered two months
II hi Prescott Arts
change hid swept the Arab Contributions Expenses IS Mniton. ego Till RRI'LANATION'Goldwater
world for several days In the i. Although fee mad. no predlelions Race For Voles Ending
wake of meeting of prineee\ andreligious ... on the extent et the victory Bred oft a
leaders to Saudi Arabia. he confidently expects. President I in Phoenix" demanding a

Today Is the deadline for candldatea ,- B. Wilde JicksonvDIe, and ),Mn.I candidate for District\ 1 'county Johnson obviously hoped "full Hen** from and the Immediate" Johnson explsna-admintetretbit I'
Filial was real ruler of the to the their October m W. E. Cartwrtght, Daytona commissioner reported total) *x- he would! roll tip more thun thefcenniry's el the Cnmmtinlit/ bombardment -.

I e country since ailing King Saud ports mt campaign T expenses and T Beach each 1200) ; and 1t0() cwvtributloni penditurea S3.523: and comrl- rel'Ol'CllO.' per cent .f State Campaigns that kilted four Amerteana <

wss forced Matt power im late contribution: came from 1. D.TJwmpton. buttons ef 1:1.113I.: ;'tf vole mistered low Franklin .. aM.. oMde4 20 ,.tule Ii<
196 ?, The reports'' started. ;cemng) Putsbn gh. P... Erie Ctydwi Hut Ne.. amyna ''XX'ftAostvHt 1v IV*. Tfce would" dMWeytDg, Jet bombers. '
REAi1iAeenrding liitu Into the office of Jess Mathai. Watson New Smyrna Beach} Beach gave SUO; Malcolm A.Mny. give him a maiilve victory lathe Jy Sunday.'This ear 4 i
to reports In Beirut Oerk ef the Circuit Court", as and O. L. White, Tom Koehler, Jr., Ralph and Clara day SSI-vole:\ Electors: College c
and Cairo Saud' Health hu required by law.J. Lee Spenre, C. A. Vincent D.y- Inn Odell Digger, and Walter 'triET' lED Used All DevicesTALLAHASSEE I Amerlcaa administration ewes

deteriorated gravely in the put Kermit Coble Democratic tons Beach and Phil Shaw, Holly Blanque. aH DeLand. each gave COP .presidential nominee limn every* the Arlmna senator aa explana out.l

r' few. monthi. so that fears have candidate for state representattve Hill. $100; Uoyd A. Chtldreis. RobertL. Barry Coldwater was predictingthe "And tt ewes the sass ef tree.dent .
felt for his survival. In this Group 1. reported October Giving' I'M:\ each' were HarTY .
been Cohen. W. Max Aces, Jesse "upiet of the century" : API-One 01'' Bums repeatedly" tented Ot a full accounting for Its
situation,to avoid any new power expenditures of $3: U and contributions and Ramonda Shaw Holly Kill; H. Eldsoa and Barnen Ryali. would make him the winner the mmt modern and at times, statement and promptly called derelletloa of duty la VietNam
itruggle between factions In of $5431. Warren L. Greenwood and Jim i all DeLand. and A. A. McMUlon. despite the poll indicators ,"
Saudi Arabia, Falial was urged The Volusia County Democratic Stephens, Daytona Beach Max Orange Oty. each gave $30.) agalnit such reiult. Privately the most old fiihloned, political for Investigations..
any la about to come to Later t e 4 Coldwater
I to take the throne. Committee gave $1,000 Frank Acree Jr., DeLand; Harrii Saxen II Giving S3 each were James kli aides were conceding campaigns But Holly eonHaued the at-' I'hick
cloie. planned a good visit to
New Smyrna Beech! J. A. fC..U.u" a FM. Tw.lVttll Miuichuietts, Connecticut a lark, adding hit( Burns should
only .
For months now, Florida ett Fredonla. Art. a butte country
Dane* Announcement Goodrich Edgewater. and Val Rhode Maul Alaska and lieu !have been subjected to I, dlscl M his financial attain. hamlet on the Utah border. Me
K. New
Schenrick Orieana. Johnion.Preildent Burns sail that win none of Hoiley's -
I3DOXOMGiving Hawaii to President every kind of Campaigning device explained thai he wound op his
1 Johnson confident knows to the polltlda\ business two winning Senate campaign
$23 were Arthur M.Oiilnsky. the country "will choose the leadenhlp Speskers on behalf of their Finally, Bums Mid/ thai If Hot-/ !there and said conservattvetbelieve
W Ralllllrr.Irookl of the Democratic party" partlet. vied every means ettraitiportatloa Icy could prove (hit he had a ia relying! .s the lessons
Nikita Walker Perry Frank B. In Tuedy'a balloting heeds and communication fortune In a foreign bank he ef the put to ships the Mure.'
K. Rothert, J. P. Miller.
I George today for his native Texas to avillshle. would, reilga as candidate for Dealing with the Communist
W Lubke Jr.. Mae L. Lee an
I Daytona Peach: C. A. Stouden- wind up hi. cimptijn. Nothing wu spared. from airplanes governor attack Sunday oa the airfield ISCiu
He scheduled three speechesat fait cars and helicopters ICe.uitw4 ee Pale tee.aRecord ( .tw4 .. tt twit
mire Joe Scarlett. Dr. W. R.Hutehllll .
Il fl. and Morton McDon Houito and a finale! at Auto to the old ,..hlllll.d whistle stop -

Sclerosis-Victim ald. DeLand; and Jim Dixon, tin. method of rillroid csmpilgn- :
i Then accompanied by Mrs. big from clmed-clrcult televliloato Vote Forecast
l Other contributors are Lt Johnson and their daughters, the redoubtable megiphone :1

CoL and Mrs. Forrest Lynda Bird and Lurt Raises, and stump oratory
COPENHAGEN) lAP) Den the Danish Communist party
the will to his
I mark's Communist party leader added that the former Soviet New Smyrna Beach. S3.O; Bert President go And oa the astlonil and state
Is not visitors Kabath, Daytona $J; Carl W. Ir Johnson City ranch to wslt. levels, the campaign vie one ef
returned from Moscow today premier receiving The Democrstle Nstlonsl WASHINGTON (API A number' TO.SM.OM will cut bat
and said he understands NUd- because of his IHnes. Lowry, .Ormond. $13; P. T. charges and rounierchargei record 701 mime Americans I loii. ,
Committee also final
plinned a
ta Khrushchev Is suffering from RADIO PnTKVTEWJespersea Msrklew, port orange 110; J. NBC televliloft' program" al Campaign msnsger said' for both sre expected to vote la Tues That voting estimate I II about
made his remarks Don McNeUV Sidney Taylor national parties repeatedlyonly
sclerosis. West day's electioni. ) million above the 11.1'1"1'tOl.
Grtmany EST In which John-
Kaud Jeipersea. chahmaa ot la a radio Interview shortly before Jamee V. Doyle all DeLand. a little effort was neededto nertiot officials and quail total ta UM although the
and Sen. Hubert H. Hum
each till: Saul Shapiro, R. ELM eon secure Florida's 14 electoral
holding a news conference FRANKFURT. GermasyAP fled political ehetrfa all regiitratioe figure la up more
to announce the results of his Jr. Dr. WUUs-D, LaBaw. ( -The Communlets for the phrey' his running mate win college votes; they tried everything nate- and the District of Columbia than 4 ftIiIlI It.
Final, FigureIs fact.finding mission to the Soviet Joyce Bowen. all DeLand each first time let Urge lumbers of mike last-minute' appeals for to secure them.vwrrrn made the predlctloa laM Vote estimates ta WO were
Committee aides said the
ca. S3; R. E. Lee. T. W. Husfeld.H East Germans visit the Wes vets : ITATC: Associated Press survey. for T.J mlllioa voters 1.S mO>
The dictionary defialtioa! efederosle L. r.'.... Joan R. Godbee. today for tearful reunions with I program was pn-ncaded, Democratic President LyidoaJohnion They estimated that ".m.. lies less them the actual fount.If .
Given ForAssessments 1st "laduratioa (hardening afl DcLaad. each SU50; sad relatives. The visitor are old BUT BAY snd his running mate 400 Americana\ are registered this year's predictions are
) produced la aa organ by Frank R. DeBartolo Orange persons who no longer work. The presldest put la a busy ... Hubert Humphrey ssd Repuhllcss er ttbenrtNluaJlt.4 to vote oft by that much R would mea*
bcrease! anti interstitial ... City. SUM.Others The'first group ef pensioners, day at the White HMM Sunday presidential<< candidate la the prHltatlal1etIftI.! a turnout ef about 773 mUlloa. -
aective dune: also\ degenerative are Hugo Qulfllaa and arrived by train .ta central Germany < tier en early gmralsg' return Barry G
replacement ef tissue' of ; Sara QuUllin. Daytona Smack from: Leipzig shortly after from New Torn where he told a mite, Rep William Miller f*.............
the spinal cord 'or brain by 1110 each: Richard E. Banes, midnight. During the next yearai Mete cheering audience at along with Mrs Johnson' formerwe "
Ormond Beech $30. Medians Iqaare Garden. that .he Richard Nunn
Actual assessed valuation! et neuroflla (tissue which Mi the many as 1.} mlUloe of them president
Hubert H. Jacobs Republican will win. H. Mid Americans are and ether" ,
UJ. senstor big Sues.itnntd
Interlaces and wpp its- the essential
property la Volosla County exceeds are expected to eater West Or-
rejecting """'ffllm la thepWMlt the and. breedtaf ""
elements ef nervous tissue
previous esttmaiee by many ta the largest East Weit
more than W mfllloB. accordingto especially la the brain, crossing alace the Ices Curtain of the preitdeney this stste flit weeks."
firms released by Tax Assessor spinal cord and ganglia)." came don at the end ef World ICaae..5-rtee tees The governor's' rice n FWids -
Warren Jackson today. DETAILS Wir n. usually quite la contrsit to
72,028 SET the national" race, took a turn '
la 79.Jespersea qGAS
for general county Khrohchev
Property East German Cnmmmlst
for the MMiMilonal (la the closing J:
taxatioa baa bee assessed at was vague ea the leader Walter LTbrlcht approved .
ECrrioSTORIES N month ef the ,,"'po''... It
show aatnre and, efKhrushchev's AS ELIGIBLEIN '
am.CUI'. the flfuree precise gravity "Opentloa OMetrr1 .last M be the liveliestgovernor's
turned out
compared to. previous eitimatrt reported mss... Asguit,Ja an apparent Ud te la nearly 10 ,
:eI sm05.M3. He de a'lbed It oaT as sclerosis VOLVSIA Improve relating with the La- ON I rice :
Last fiscal year's 'aiaeesmeat a term which la medically Inane Church. which reportedly jeers.Demmrstte csixtbe iIaydnm
for generml county taxatioa waszlaityaL very best the wILt The
ef Jack
THE INSIDE Bums five term wiyof hr
$ The most severe form ef this Earl Germea press bailed the I
There are 72.101 regtst red > SMivUle, win fivored.' He predicted
II-m.-u" ,
aoa- disease la dlwemlaated sclerosis
yew amngement as proof ef the .
voters ta the wMh would be the lint tiedldste
renty he
exempt exempt ea property hnnwIIttedI..t ate property and, which cam lid damages to total the peratyeli.brela 1i4!1 ta Wet v...'. :33predacts CommaaM' atfltttde.reglme'i TlBmaal.tsrtaa :I' ''Many etmies .la Matins ever to receive more thaaen 644j HEATING :,

Personal eUgtble! te vote to tAIm nW'' s elertlna win mtiltoa" votes.
to poJllll.3ll. property Other milder forma of admitstedrw J
.. and railroad btrheerew.PaU be tassel ta allays edttloaef Republics csndidita ChsrteeHolley
Is valued and at telegraph property at movemeets.ciMtiol a Danish over physical medical win be opea from 'Intimidation Cited the Sue ,..... ., also eeeklsg Victory, M.t COOKING :
;: aald T a.. to T ,m. wick alt Among theee are aa eiMerlal helped make the campaign! a hot i
J3,1JJ.25tn wu'I1& authority these ta the predaeu at JAOCSCrf. MM. (UP ea page 10 gMag d- Md heavy see. I iOffer.

& West Volusia. actual ...... many Jeepenea leaden was et eoe Camaattt anecg the dnetag hour perratttwlto Leaders ef a nock .ejection. tails ea tree trsMporta-, $HUJETf: maGI: ii I a WASHING
said O
who among Mississippi II. tins to the ptfs. a break- K ry a PiaeQas Cowry 19ruea'anve. -
wtaua aal"toad part ta Europe west teMoseew '
taenta of property ep te CM eat wtat There were IM arpUeasloes today they were ap agaasttotimJAetVw skies of the U amendmetta said Reeve eerm** .
and bridge snide cads was tor abieatee bsjfeuw that Initialed two to Florida'i OutJrtnoaea 11) mffliea la the Roil ef NevaH
estates la aD but *.*e g. last beat**m ada.IftmheheVs The ant reasoaftvea ewter h I pjn. today the deed church bunfaigv lad 9 arrwsFBI page t sad hvU I Isis "..... Bshamss.TickeU Think Of rF
Irtfle.DeLeoa SprUft.Prevtoua KM for thetf retvn. Any agents were ajelrtxg\ shad aMrlee, ea the tune'stwe
paced,. eat la Moscow WM that ,
dose slot iaS ta the eetearjr the tevreagaaea ef Ike rfcer* candidates for rorv.rcar On Sale
aides ta Ibe aerta.D.La1ta the OJMnenlny party CentralP.mm5tii win he eerVted by HMataet ,.,...- wit 3. mite' .,' Cherwe R. HoOey endItajrdoa DELANDGAS
dWrtrt at $IT.ajHT. aid the Supreme
as etaM HW, M Jew rberrhes have BWBS. ea peg /.
Actual SMrwrneat anmuesetf tegll.tT3.W4 Soviet" Redman "", .W4 K5. woe Mriete tnt Ismw,
hev alreedy bpi .*.. COM 1Ip'1. smoke iv..pksicnM A sample belM will hi
te be TVebf s rm tfttim wOl be eetele
KhrwhrWVa Tegspst relieved
the few moathrn.Jem loud ea pate-S111.4. 11.7b. aniAPPLIANCE
Actual asieeenieate la tW De- ef hie tfuttee becaeee ., ed.Voters put at the peter baste ea
are wr J to study lea Newt tomonrewwtO
Terser, kee4 el theCMgresa the Stetson .
dUtrtd axfvaaced a.n4 tfeterto- sampee.trees
Lska Helen .s.csad
Lad- the baBot
ea Pages Ulbefore > a* Viral be fcuarimfv
ef Racial tqattol S .
J3 te Many
prevtaes eodauMes by $MJOS. *-> rating Me fm.
going the voting said the cherch Ores were eteetvia remits begun through FrMey" irwri| M
The dWrtrt'e Tahudim_ totrtmete twrm.etowsas'e0.T. machiaea M the d.rdna, hrwMtrein '
.. aisf ever .
> I anvwget; toast q srere'ekM Been Crtttiiu, .rernr. The IM H ITerWa. Arc. PeUa4
gaIM. the ? ..... MS Ir.M'd. prams ran ba. speeded .eac.t d haratenseet. laa44mn Radte Sutim WJEJ at Tpjn. wire tti U '. !bvcMuc .... The
ef valMOoa ereli* dUOrtet w. ....... Rvae7N'g weU4V1 ... y la campaign workersafreets. whea the polla dIIM.J Ut-eCbM fftoae number la TJ4UM. > PWaa mutt
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Reds'Raid. Stirs. Talk CAB Says Passenger

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Of Broader Asia War Shot Airliner's Pilots

wAl1NtJ! f API( -. TM ", fin 1st attack on the key U.S. Saigon with 1110 SI mm mortar WASHINGTON CAP) A wa going down t high.pitched
Communist raid Oft I UA airbase flltallatlon at Bien Hoe could shells Just after midnight Saturday passenger deeply In debt and voice cried into Its radio system

near Saigon early Sunday be! repeated at a dozen or'more killing 4 American I andwounding insured for $105,000: pumped :
has stirred up fte.f talk kar..d I banes, bi Sunlit. Viet Nam. : ft, A Illtn Amrrleea bullets iota the two pnou Of tfl "SWppWg atoll! We'rt bee.
enlarging the war in South Viet "WHat'i snrprlslrg Is that theV"lt wa killed a few hour Inter M airliner during a flight last hot I wu try la ta help' ,
May, the Civil Aeronautic (laic.
Nam. Cong fid not strike soonf another mortar attlftlt ibout
U.S. officials said today that ," American major at Blen five miles north of BleH Mot.Sortie1 Board said today. The plane LAST MESSAGE
event! teem tfl M J<< mtwlflf tlr' lot laid. "When It tutu them! I predicted that the crashed kin into a low California The somewhat garbled message
ward a confrontation between am sure they will do It Again." sprawling Tan Son Nhut alrbase kiHifli tenons recorded on tape And
a At IM PiMt Air Lines !
Viet theIr In tM, the piano made public earlier wtl the
the United States end Commu- The Cong pottered fiatgon mfgltt next Viet r '
base 19 stilled nordMait of Coflg last word from tM pane before
Red nUt North China Viet ffi the Naffl totM, backed tt by s.-r....r. ...v ..- target.,. _. -' __. : it crashed and IXplOded.

city And pUtt M & Hf11'1 *)##*+.***.n.piiiH, Burry Raps In reporting today on Its Investigation
Asia, Hub rt Jacobs 1 ..11 of the tragedy, the
URCfcflCf CITED CAB laid Alt its crash perta.
.. MarketSummary ia Policy rtderaTBu.rau .
The whole situation seems Working with tt*

certain to get urgent attention Vote SoughtBy I i I of lavrttlfation, had concluded '
from President Johnson and his i that the probable cause
top mflUsfy and diplomaticTh Cuias Of the May 7 crash wu "th
its' (;'rom I't' f' ::1 shooting of the captain sad the p

m..lJK+2d J h'Ir. (ArJ- first oiliest by a MMng," .
rnlax MdadttflK a twp Jar A "<| lrl S ln lot f Hubert A..*. ".',.t.1 IAF and. iMlor I t"c tYancUcd Gonzales, r,

Boa air base I In South Viet Nam water to Daytona Beach today, Motor showed some strength declared"! I Philippine who wu working

was exported to Conuntuitol lugging for votes for the Republican 111 a mixed pre.election stock WIKKIH Dana flatiMYM wu named wit 1 charge that the attwkMalitst for a San frlncisco depart
coKHiT ,
attack but apparently Il no Candidate lot VoluslaCotffffy our aircraft resulted! ment (tor*. Along With his 40
market early this afternoon. in the 8th and JtK divltlon of thl annual HaltoWMfl window Pllfltlntf eon because of sheer fellow and UifM
action. ./a f."rme tla fr* l- MOkMBsloner from District Trading wi moderately active net grade Incompetint passengers
dent RkhtM.< 1'111I6', : 1.Ittlph. Channel In mom key tfocK tout staged FrMty by The DeLand Museum and City flecrtitlon! D.partmentVan.., on the part o< tM political ml' stew members, he died in the

''Tw d.,4 fcforl ttM ;attack ames attoTfcy frorflDL wire from fractlofll to around a flth grader at DeLand Junior High School', .ii ihown with her cup and the painting dim who have lINn ruitninjf; trash Mar ftaa Ramon arty

the PArtajM! .. w.M4 therd nd IAd/ < was danger\ bid thef-0 waa nodtepcrsal t t :'Ilfbbi. 'ialdnortf( : than 90 After early issues, General Nun tort. TM plane wa bound hornfkno
ii. hinted! in 'lunda* Inters Nov,, to Ban rrandtco.BotOMT .
Nix took In the
of the bombers persons part caravan. full
Motors advanced a point
on told I neon. conference Sunday .Most 'of them are Democrats and held K* gain. Ford and State Drives Murder Trial Slew l that Communist guemila HEVOLVEBTM
might have staled the mortar cAb said Gonzales
nl...., TIt were kicked working foY Jacobs' election, Chrysler gtmed fractions.
out IM tht ground the. imffff" llyton. said here. Broker. expected little In the News Briefs barriM id t hopes! of influencing bought i revolver and ammunition
ri1/rtallln/ tiJltr to comprised of all ] Tuesday' presidential election on tM waning t>l May 4,
ducks ty / Valuate way 11f. sharp news In advance End Jury Selected
went ( except the south- of the presidential electi Wearing In Johnson's favor, showed the gun to numerous
dviiers ta the weeks following weal section Ja oh* Is opposed Its tntfot Ntltfltle and MOT MKJUirWKDThn !: friends told ont of them fiO
for From MctN 011 -. was M ffiffltlM of this Intended to Shoot himself told
Tuesday's pfefktentlal electionOttMgM / 1ft the rare cflmXllslMnffr" ill tnrfkJI wtuft eXlhange jury t M try liar
closed tIfot1 V, naberta Jr. In the written statement Gold- other fi* would die May tor ,.
geld tint rents tad the district by ft. Vane Anttft, #111 M Tuesday. ? 44, Dayton
war actually fakes In the weeks wnocrat.11M f'r a m.a P ge I : Shores, let firit degree murderof water i issued! before h. flew up It also! Hid he bought! iniuntitc!
Amp c* issue were a lit. M 8n rranelim! for J last f bolide! tt tile Theft
ahead will depend prlmarUY on Florida trlwtUttd Area Towns Mi wift, pttrida! got under' a < airport.
decisions to h'"* made by North .was ( 1111 fld.f M ti. 'higher' oil ballliM following way today fmt to capture CilllotnJa'l .40 total: $105, OO.
thf atttcK OH the U.S. bomber Circuit Judge James electoral! ( Votei.Coldwater LIlt Aug. 6 i new ltd Went
:Viet Nam tM Red CbIIlI'.L Wlpna JDeaclu. / ( at 4 T1eoflf. here around the Nelsonpresided
f1cII/lDlnc bas in South Viet Nam.
U tM tbfhlhlnlldkKJlt/ W ''.M:, In support", earnlenr state did not MUM nearly U ORANGE: CITY with State Attorney Dan said before the at- Into effect requiring that the
Mid, OU, building" material 1Met.efr"JeI firreuprweetitlnj; W tacit, the gdVirim e Bt was door K-jwritlng the passenger'
step up tlelr support for the toattfifl Much smoke as the presidentialand and W,
in South Viet VOTK APPEAL" were neatly hlI. .her, Th WssleyaH SerVlf Guild Judge, Dtytona Beach, the de warned "by a former highly ctMfl from the! crew! cibta/ on ail
Viet Nail,Cong these forces flffltllJl said, Hew The campaign! man** Mid Rail,/ mllltl* airlines, drug governor's the races.Whatever outcome I Will meet tomorrow *t I Sinai Counsel placed official of tM military" scheduled alrllnei bo kept' )
and rubber wet mixed. may the home tI' Mrs LeslM J, TM that airfield defenses wen in' locked during flight.
the wi litll!) how spring Term Grind
fIf vat tert- caravan an Jury
la awry taoepret t the bittld fat the atute's( 14ellcib111
ted M
TM Au tf WbW atie! d.If ppeal ttf VtrteY on the Best tuns! Robert for the fatal
out centered the
of M stock at off l VOfei M
they dome not tct MrreMe! Of the couflty/ Commis toners MVdlusla's J at W97 with, Industrial noon war off decllloni of IS tnllllofl regll' Charge of tM program. hooting .f hi* wU at their man LBJ SlatesTexuseTulks
H. wl, Mid, tM ttf dl/itrlctl |M lct4d ocean front home on June 13. Coldwater said the warning
effort' ,
United their Itltel prtbtbly ..mfoUdIf' countyWide. Smith reportedly .$, rail lid J and utiiitiei off toted Solon., two mllllofl of The Sorosls dub will hold a Judge hid entered an innocent apparently was ignored.He .

IWMrt I. running sfMtg In the .all'( 1. them moctatle and lam 4(90(! ,* bake sale tomorrow beginningat plea by reason of insanity tight called for "a full and Immediate
it DM fnmhe platbark eglon.' it >IM :ifMI/lty'/ While TM bow Jane Induitrtal' av< 000 Republicans. S:30 a.m. In the parkway In year-old Beth Ann Robert wu a explanation by this
policy within kWh VietNam acobs' stronghold reportedly I.WeftYfoltufd I. eng al noofl wt*. off ,71 at. Secretary if Stale Tom Adam front of the post office. .Mrs. witness to the shooting and tear. administration and by the civilian .
toppwtina 1737 Mtlmated two million Thomas H. Crews and Mrl told :itrateglstl who havt I let tfta
the effort of that eau'try' :and 1fflr:brnymeSkach nearly fully officer whet had hap.po1ied
JetdeTl" ttf kale the tipper Several. key ttodtl in the average .volt Would be east, ro Clarence A. Lane will lie' 18 when she testified during war In Viet Nam drift right up F'rt)).. rtg., 1
tJlyton *were! selling ex-dtvMeiid, charge.! the to Ill present brink of disaster.*" .
hand to tM tars drvuli J With cAmfflented c on .'Mllft.eal l- out for florlda.irt "preliminary hfarln,.
the ] advettKMWWit! Snday M id Thus dampenln' the'" > figure, tM race for U.S. B flat*, Juror summoned to court will In the San Francisco speech! ,
VlelActionfToL1 alt coast flfWlpapfff hi wlikHrflllh Price* on IM Amerla5n) ItockExchtngt rd not lose their right to vote tomor Coldwater sounded the themes
18"year Vttefsn Sen. &pM After attending church! this
: were / Four .
pfeYktent ilohnton fuel Bun- said Jaoobs was MMMrtody + la moderate generally higher Holland, D ...., let his record InjuredIn row. that' have been his ammunition fresldent met for 7J minutes ,
day with Secretary! ki flit Ralph ftlcfiards, Mmmlsskrfler : < tradlni. do his campaigning for him, If a Jury I ta selected today, it throughout(/ the race against with Secretary of Defense Robert
hQi'rafat W' from District 1 Corporate/ bonds were mixed. will not beworn in until lute Johnson, He Dean Rttlk U.a. bond fcxcfpt tor I few feltvlilflAspecohei meat of the and 8, McNimart, Secretary ef
I. McMamarij and 'Sure we accept lUtnsrd1 government renewed Accidenttwo iTet'r morning. Judge Nel power size of
Robert Stall Pose husk and other
fens maker and Mfrtrll .u|)port," Clayton deelated, their advance, and very little person. son laid that this will give Juror. the government. He promised top
other Policy aides en the situation in South
al campaigning, Holland txert- an end to the draft. And
thTlovtheatt A.I.II..Itu.*- 'Re'l against moving the county the opportunity to Vllt. tomor. ha de
on At 13.20 Stock ed dills effort.MANT. duvets escaped Injury mantled that the Democrats Viet Nam. They discussed
MIa"I' goat from PoLand, as la Mr. : p.m. continued "go
lion Tk afiitouMd prlMJpal ifler- tMmeeting. lacobs." ". generally higher In fair AM laturrtay night In a collision on tonne sworn in, the ,Juror mint to work effectively and meant Of tightening defense
action was that tM alrcfattwM Imlth previously f t.1r'tb1t ly aotlv dealing, tile Mrpublltin t l oppotu mtdaud W Deretford Av*. ncr I..Thwnpion be kept together, Conically, in a immediately! to mtor proper agtlnit Oommtinist fuerrllla ,

h o>ttr.yd % tM Jacobs was HrppwUd BytM Get). Motors wa* 100% tip ft; Kirk of JncknonvUt. Ave but tour pasen Pale of this type. If tikes mor*. respect tor law and order In this mortar attack like the one that ii
raid ware B IfoA brut airftetf'MtrSaigon "did .pro political ,!'CUp," in Chrysler 51 op H; N Y Centrally spent his campaign fund large ate in on* of tM can wr than one day to select tM fury ""l.'w and net jut prior to hit the men His airfield! near 1f'Ba

m had been replaced, Hldlpg Richards.IIopef $ !* up H.; On. Foods 80% off ly for newupdper .dYertl ln,. UlghUy'Usd ": .'l :: : Bertlofi word iher" Four early Sunday,
Official virtually! ruled out IN I Amer, ti. 8M' up M.WeyrhaiM the tsars for the! six opposed pour said a car dnvert > "Every 1 Have lust spo. American ware killed
'lmmedlit retaliatory H. ( 44 uncivi" North auto In the U.S. Nouns( of Rp.I'tPIII.UW' by Margaret H, Green 4118.Clafa Obituaries ken to you Is from the very list la the attack! and n were
any till /Mil( W U J.torcel. [ ul Film Amer,, Aviation 4/H off M) erected llttt *tlr Av*" struck! one driven by Speech of this presidential Cam wounded.! Twenty-men US.

lion Ijaltut. They Mid foil Ml Mincidanf Unlort Carbide 1MV4\ (fix: .Wv I ftlthuilMlf district. frcBUin N. Sapplnfton, TOO W< hive notlichatreed. '"Th Isiuei aircraft wen destroyed! or dam.led. .
wliftln (DM war Ifl South up Wr McDonnell Air 37V Lkbon farkwiy, Lifetime Voluiinnti I have not / .
Almost tit of f Incumbents
off34K IM
Fund flld. Oil of Calif. MN changed. The challenge The President ordered that
RcporTs I and the ,
ftiMTttert In the !
Mm and not t npribM ; itpolflftm/
Viet Ind
Democrats two Re
to the Noftn VleManVM! Tftfpt- Boeing (IM un M; ford 19* upi Mmtr trtihlicins-wer confident Of vie let, which was demolished,.wereCons Dead! At 83 Choice have not changed." the destroyed ]jets be replaced!
%,I Oil, Dynamics fcH, up 3ij( ana Jtnin immedlttefy.In .
U.S. nitty
do host attack on destroy 'tatv, upplhgtoit -
en pttrellfU lit-t tM-Calf 0'( 'TM It'ront I'a t I Ib Penny 41rf off 34, T1ii Other lit DefflOcTatlo U.S. and Katherine Elliot: All Howard Brtdow\ 13, Bviil*. 200 Attend another action IhlltlUliM
kin .fail AtiUlt.. In thai ease the( reprnmutlvM! and Florida's received minor itjurui. did at T:49 un. Sunday In a Sunday byh.\ White Rouse,

United! States made d .trnetlv. Noon Slocltsr entire Dmoctalle Cabinet wert Damage to tM Green car wa local nursing horn wrier M had Art Johnson let'liP a, special tuk
retaliatory elf Itrthel On torp 4do kn"upoeed" $100. Its driver was charted with Men. I' patient for snore than.. ,ExhibitMore fore to study metal ef preventIng > -
Viet ; Mcttcfierfl 7r., V, A..;Car. the tpctld of nuclftar
Bait .Mi i in North The CaMnet comprlM the talUre 'fo ttv car tinder eon- three jnonthi. weapon
Ndi. Mr, James PO'Wait Mr*, Cored tie 'AM.'lit4mi trot anitoltlv Dot >tvU| a drly. Mr. Brdm was a pioneer that: "job *. H* named Roswell L. Gilpatrl -
lexretarv of state ittornry rn- attended the
A Dunton, Lowill D, Robert, n14 Honw its CQinwood *, New York and
S0tt< oI doe here sptfCttlattdthat < 'I"t: resident 1ft.Vnluslc lawyer
of tM
Abe Lilly, Phn"KIK.K, lit DrtJtnd, Akaly4 IntNlck MtIntPiB era!, tnllllreT comptroller, ucetteaWNO CtAAtAt Opening IJth Annual Ixhlbltlon former
tM Vllt Cong stuck M tM County, He moved to 4vlU of Volusla deputy secretary
idioot. and County Artist
airfield have rH 1 d..' and Joy i. LI! tomb..,. Covlnc- AmAlr 47 7iJonenAL superintendent igri 11:$M 1tc'.1Im, M mad his Sunday afternoon' dfu, chsirmst of tilt group
may US.assault toll, La, ttdi HI) C. C Cotlln, AmBrk fJOU 71* culture vommliiloner. p.m. intuwty, a tat'dtl""l1 Mrs.M. according ID
laved for the by ". A. Dolls home with a itep-dtughitr. tree Messmmlth, which i* to report early next
Daytoti of
M Ute llft1JlId .tI .1 biles. IX: h W B. purl III. M M: 8ldBy AmCanAmCyia 44% XtliAl' MV Also on the ballot art unn Beach, B. McBrlde. rMr. the Art year,
reportedly kit driven Department
The airplanes/ whore wore Smith lift L. 0. Jieob$11! 13\$ )Xtn'totl,, MU % point ndldtM for these 'SII.p..m. by Robert\ n. Cfoome oils, lantord.TM firwow was txiru-Au,. u, University. at Stetson- HITS 'EXTREMISM'In

destroyed had been stationed In Morgan Welch 15. an DcLattd. Am Mot IIMM .AMy MV Court f Juitlc* lead, and accident In which Oamtf 1801, In Deerfleld. MlchvM: was The exhibition, held in tM his Madison Square QardM

Blot Hoa following the Tmkln. COUNTY HOPEFUL ATAT Loch'd! 171 opposed and noppoa.d candle to both tan wtl Mttmated! at a retired I firmer. lampion Hail Gallery of Art speech Saturday night, the
; *n
Robert L IIrh/kiand. Doha AmTob M% Lortllird 44jMalp < dates for .varlmji circuit judw lie of St. John
Gulf affair, tM! wt* AM N. Ikmlevtrd it wa a tilt Stetson campus, U Jointly) President bitterly assailed Sen.Barrr .
critic/ cartdldii lor DItrM I AmpftCp If VOU 38V i Law. state, atumfy and publia Michigan: Av. Ledge SI rAM. and was put sponsored by tft* University. and Goldw' tri., the COP
South Viet Nam County rrp&rled Anaconda MH MMAM ao4 defender patrol of D Uad Chapter U, H called
SAIGON, off$13,106 ? No .. tM Junior womin't Cub of Da.. prwfoVntial nomine *
JAPU.S.: military sources expenditures aad;total Armour ** 7ls MohaKt 1IH At th' tail end. of <111. .hllnt wjUfUl went.parted and Cal, Land. It wtt run through' Not hlm't: mat:' dedicated. to "d'
of $13.n&. BthvorknethStl It. Monrto *IH' 1) onslltutlonal\ amend- ao charm were tiled.Police'idvedngated Survivors Include hoe/ Mr. ; *- --
said today the disastrous,Com. Contribution ; win a 29. and the gallery it ofea to Irma idea**
Vnlusl County D hv> mite 1ta.PtuttVP \ MontWd. '3""HNatDalr menu up tor ratification. ( two acct. W >R. roster, Columbia, SC, the public from 15411.103 pjn Without tamtnt Ootctwster,

ComtnltM gave $XJ; luring\ jj jjAtiiichai MM The! It davit with reapportlol' dents Friday. At S-20: p.m., a and a itep gnndMo. an weekday and from t n S the President Mid .th* Republican
Driver Charged W, R. McEk-oy: Dayton Peach, fMrdenBruniwlt \/ ".Am", M hunt, a new board to run tHe,, car driven by Cone D. Ward All n-lummrnUl' r u I s rat l pm. on Saturday and Sunday, wa not a true conservative
tJCO, Ralph OmondWh jji Penney 1444 atate'l" university system, a a.w Clenw lJd. reportedly hit one Rom I* la charge of aitang 'Theft It no admission huge I but 0\It1 radical' who hid resorted
!Alter Accident 1100 J'noder't"i hull and CaterTrCeline PRH 43 method of amending the oonstl.lutlon driven by Marshall Woraham, mtntl.Agnei. to '"tMeart and scan .
PhltMorrhtiPtt Rl. I. DUnd.Darnag) .
** IIy In Costume .
IhitM, Ormond. and tlorlda Air and some affecting only Yet I dal."
CondlUealnl, liolly itlll, each Chrysler 581'| II certain arts. of the slat. U th. a cld.nt. which Ftullddgharu 'I Johnson laid Qoldwtter and,,
Four feertons wen lurt slight,. |3 CociCola IMCtmEd RepdU 41 occured\ 06 C. New .York Av*. LOS ANGELES AP) Rop*. hi William
ly Sunday afiwnool \ Ml'{ fUvlon U seat Alabama Av*.. was HTJ. tin trick artist Monte Montana running Rep.
whEtsAOlne Aine Jntt raulklnf! E. tll.
Oivtntf tit ware Dr. It D.tiuiiint Miller, "rat smack bit.
car .tn which they ". \ ConBdll MContCtA Rq'ob 41 Man Is No .Injurl were reported. Tlla
th San
.Dr. D brucknrr Dr. Charged kant I. New York Av* milling along Dtega food sense of tM Am.rlCtaPIopl.
wntroJ( DMrtoot
went tut Of an m (lU\fp H
At' 1:25: ,.m., a ear drtv by did ytrday at U-M: a m. at Freeway Sunday, tame across
Road two muss welt *t IXUnd" J. S:. Hull all ormond'- Dr. DtwCM TlduPont Seaboard t3 *. They\ CI' Caroly C. rirotka tTT; .. Wgmla Hah Memorial 801pl" wild deer loot oa the klghwiy.
Ltdbetter' and McralL.. Sally& With Pill-Theft II the American people are
and Hammed IWo I palrrt I'M 9734 kart m I
ftt. 1. huh Paid Raymond, JtmM n. Art. reportedly hit a Ion *>pt. 10, im u Bnli Also at tM seine wi EniMt concerned i '"Intremum la tM
Woltord. 19CJ
W CAL llnclalrtocony
Warren :
parksd ear wooed by the 1 laland, Main, iM Md Mm a t. Wolfe wM taldt "Out of
rolord( .W IIIft. lied B, Ktrl and Loan i.'i pursuit Of tM presidency It 19unpardontbl
VIt1M I odlI
driver M tM < IMrtrestont
and Mary and atC Richard Oltaofl C. Conway: all Daytona B**"... 41 touthnC8IONJ I4H4H : A DeLand Negro could have iunpMA, KT w, Risk. Av*. resident of DLand for tt ,.ara. Ctdifii pulling a horse IrtJUr.ltpptd vice. M leratlon

were trtiud at tun M monUHoipltal. Other an Roy wmn. Or FUPw JO' 8pertyR 14a et what eulte4 It will a liver probably specialist cost him for TM acvldtat otcind on N. lilt byiertat wa t chwvk.Bh member. ol First Pita this guy an drtr" *phi In the affairs of la the
Florida Av. near Indiana Ave. a Wtn toitumo with a "
t30i S. Mm ,
Moot Beach WiUism FIt PAL MV IUtrllld 11 vtrt**
Punag l.i she taP wal tld' Duncan, and James G. Cody, Ford 681' "I h ;, bottle If M la of guilty liver of pllla Mealing Friday two 344. rtrosk told pollc sM kit Mnd.. U survived by her lIuI'Lnll lasso In his band. Boy wit 1ttrprlMd.1 TM President laid k* I II ending

mated atIM.. Wotford was both. Ormond, oath $h. PreptSul 41H$ 8tlllttobl. Charge made by DtUad police.1 lilt car when IM pulled way Und raulklnaham, De- \ t campaign "which win 1M
I : three daughter Mr*.
Mm a parking TM deer too wu .\I11II'tI04.I .
tpaot tM
charged with speed too_ great for GOP CANDIDATE rruehTr MOenDvt Swift $34 Jntt Ameriesn pooplo chonM its
Richard Morril lawyer of
conflltlona ) Donald P. (Don) Myeri, CoP 151,. TextroThiokot N4 I OK an affidavit IIIMN wit by arrested Dttoe* Demote was set at $90. No'WIN Maine; Mr. qua: Hyde Joneiport of Roy., I Montana snagged It quickly and leadership tt tM Democratic

Florida Highway Patrol Trooper candidate for Dtitrict } county l Cenn 17ft, 14% tiv Sgt. Frank NlMer after the wen Bled. silos Vl.. and Mr*. Julia Me- fettstled it oft tM highway party. __.

Jim Jones said Wolford'a ear, commissioner, rtpnrted total expenditure Oeerde UV uc.1M: $ manager of food Fair star onK. I ready ot ""tIe. Wash., one
travailing west, went Ml If cot of ll.Ut sal totaltaIItrlblltlolll 0.*Milit 44.HOenMtrt ITnltAlr 51 New York Ave reported the MU Arthur teat ruuWntlum
trot "due to slick Urel"! and ran of g tUM.Vrtusla ttOMdrlch > UFrult 1'6' Final Figure Croton,
man was caught' ItHllnl the KULI three sisters
oft the shoulder and. Into the ItS
VlltIf' $5
County RpuWfcan"E x. patent' Bx leiM. Amanda Nortra of Jon**. second strident! neat Df If Utlv Commltte lave 1110: Cot 1ed 43% UnhMtt IS Police say they found alto alottery pnrt. Mtliw, Mr*. Car elta Mo

Land Sunday, a year-old sM Alan WIncel.'b. B. Nlcaltlt," >Ct- CulrOU all, Wuubta 1/ Scoot In Moms' personal Is Reportedfrom ConneU of Prtncetown. Main. OSSINSKY and Knot
dent from Plenoa. 7rkM Ward, ken H. mutts" afl Ormond, etch! fffect lie wa* charged with Ud Mr*. Leila Crawl y of SIOM
$10; lick Nelson. DaytdHa, W; Illegal possession of tM ticket ham Matt., and en. booties
was charged with driving on the Beach.. |iv* tk : Attorneys and Couniellon tt Law
R.A. Merrill. Daytona, and Paul Karley o. Norton. DM!*
wrong aide of IM Ned After his Albtn D. WlUlama IncumbMt toad was set at KM M tack i
R. Stem Ormond. tack ,, $98)LaVlna )1' Mate Page 1 Island." Main.
car reportedly tuned Into tM COP Peace Jostles lor UstHct charge. will appear ltMahHtttt
path of one driven by Cannes T. Myer. Omond. $10; 1 DDary, repotted total .a> before 4th district FMC Jells tervice* wffl M at U DartoU lead VtarlaaTok
W. CUllslM. DrUfld.Mo Mra. Alice P. Valley and Mr*. Mai Horace lltley. tM. Tuesday la tM Ckp of
injuries) were m' >ond intM Marshall foC.1,,.e, Ormood lensese!11III ww mHUtl.! compared with Memoriw of Laakford runenl
accident, which happened on each $2; Wffllam Monies Day actual mosmeal tf $M.QnIT3, Horn wiu Dr. Hugh Lab pastor fltoiart h AnrMuncmg That

W. Beresford Avt. a mil Meat tone $S; Max Cohen, Ormond, TM GOP Hxecutlvo' CMnmftte Suu News Reporter an tncmM Wlliltaai .* J"Jnt Prtsbytorlai Cor !. MAXtOSSINSKY

o( DvUad. Damt was Htt $100; Ormond belch. Women'lRepublican gave $1301 Harold Horton. Actual assessment One tM offldatlitf.
dub. ; and Mr*, .'MlIft1cb. 0.any, Elected NBC Pallbearers will M R. X. Oreg.D .
000. 04
mated By tM
at wen VttttalA ReaptUl and
tad sal o. '"
each Mi SfcBtry RepubUcM I Oatil.
A passenger la Ward's car Maurice IUMTU, | i.qa1111'prllltelaa11 fund art NHL jaztoei
MMhael Rainwater. 'lea ttPienon. and $2JO Inca burn MIL Kail* Qua, 5Sjsad Xmma awr.t81ttts. )LEMON Mr*. Marl nsatt4jaa .*... Metweee. Mow* LOUIS OSSINSKY JR.
tad &.e1III1t.
was charH will pubUedrUnteneta. rya Mart C. Vtnca. Dtmocranetaadidato tho tua urul. wffl M III DaUad M*.
nLrswvlaol71: Lu-If' tar District I Pc w, ha beC.b11Nettoo by tMNattoaal WOMMPAST21WlTHIUMMItMTAmN Mora Carona,' lav lessees ..*&..... tf eat tIna :

Meet Slated Kathertn Odham. Democrat Justice. reported total xpnM BrMdcattwt Co. atprtctnct Most Oes0rlyJaopl ::
City Incumbent Supenlstr *f Rgt*> Of oa ttd MMtrtbuUOat tt $MO.TM rf"" tr for NIC New. Mit. Frank White
A Iky Oty MaaamWekley tratloa rMrtd total *.9M4tturn Domeorad: Emcuttvo .M wa* annmuced. a h. .. rrrw Do KreI tMiaOaaky.jr.Nixon. : :

report Sweat on routine m udpsJ of ...$ and Mil eontrt- Conunltto gave SiflOi I D.B4tyDwiMcratM MbettCkpComer. olltllat l i M Word ka toe salved Mr. beteaslee l IoM .:
U tM ittule Item ttbusiaess button II HlTM Out wad .Wtt-rt M. for NnC' Newt, said' Mr. It tM Oat fosday Soo slag ci
project slMMed t Ot tontf>f "DtfBoerVk' Kicf trv* 0, 'Miser. DkBary. tack tfci 1dIIlt'f would b* on* il tho* Mr*. Teak Whfto .< DI>&ADrtve

regular qty, Cammltsmi met CbmmlttM saw Mi, Mr, ltd'. Mr. dad Mr. H. A. larbeawDefary ....... of reporters" specially> r ell DaSary. at Onutg* M*.
sex ITprturcn. Silt M motber $M *a4 Mr. art Mn.J. fleeted to. report' vote total noriat MatfHal, Criaado. hers .
ill meetrag Is scMuled fir mat: $1&, boA DrUnd) ; lad A. ttMckmaM, IVrtl Park, fmn *.ey* prtctnctt OrouftnutiMMttMb lease Wa- was tM Dtfiary rcporarM
'7 la qty Hall Audhortum A. Dearwteri New Smyrna N. VH W. I a1 tto Saafori Bnl4


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3 KUND (FIOMDA) SUN NEWS MONDAY, KCY. !, 1964I Mr\ Hoovers Body
F- t3i .1' .t ewb5 1a7p F 4at> rgSSenrri

Rests Beside Husband -*

-The body of Mis, Herbert J wr
Hoover wu burled be<'<1. that .
of her husband in a brie I d "
mojty Sunday. 1 '
X.EQXO27AX.CAMPUS.: : About SftflOO persons were R
I ), ,I
present a week earlier for the
burial of the former president
,IQ I IEfforts II was no At roesswIFrs
G the family request, details ot r4 ,ct ,.
I the transfer of Mm. Hoovers
body from Stanford. Calif. to tu s ICE CREAM
rearing place overtaking Hoo

Of Dixie Schools Vera announced.The' birthplace. here were not

Rev. Thomas Helm of I Famous Geld Crest.

Grace Episcopal Church in / tk w 1; ... I Half Gallon-assorted 4 9 C
Cedar Rapids condufted: the t

Boost Space Exploration present Interment Included aervice.the The couple'ltwo group I 0 I flavors IT

sons, Herbert Jr,. and Al.
len. COUPON !

By WTATRED: U GODflPf Of a total of $3,1 billion appropriated i 1TMj '
Director: Southern Regional ty the National I hundred of miles above the FLOOR RUNNER
education Board Aeronautics and Space Administration earth to find linking radiation
1963, the which might endanger;: apace
America's drive to land a nan In appropriation -
for ground based facilities travelers Their pweet| Is con { Fall Mt. fceavy duty
CDthe moon and to return him s r
by 1970 ti laid to be the greatest lone was $753 million, Some ('frnedII'ltb high altitude radiation pliant _- 4T* Value. 2 2c
all over the globe horn nuclear
ingle technological teat yet attempted Jin million was allocated to
by man. It II modern build testing fabricating or weapon tests, bom great I II e \","i.....MUM*kni w*,tl/4
civilization Hut toe throughthe launching facilities1, many of I waves of radiation bombardingthe
them' In the South. Of NASA's 18 atmosphere a result ot
door in a dramatic journey hI.U
into Installations nine are located In I, distribution on and from SWEET SELLERS OF CANDY Members of the DeLand High School Glee COUPON :
Southern state. And In 1963 radiation scattered by small nuclear Club recently completed their annual candy sale and netted some 1900. Glee Club Director
Basic research in Southern when' NASA was putting 92 per power units used aboard Paul CaskeY a $:3 first prize check to Kalhy Duncan as top seller
unhersities' and others of the '
of Its research and earth satellites.In pace of $15 went to Marsha Shaving Mirror
world has mad the dream ot cent de.lnp.ment with $170. Second Worsham for 1119 in sales and at the
lunar and apace travel a reality funds Into' industry universities another' the cameias project,, telescopes Tech assembled left is third place winner Lynn McCracken who received $10 for $10350 in sales.
but It It the applied research' or nonprofit Institutions 2 llaltd l IM4JIIIM.,
spclnl optical equipment
universities received $:65
and engineering development In Ihftlll' mirrorA.lmN -. .
which photographed the first 16
million for research and train-
these universities which will pro- Ing activities. flight of the Saturn spare' booster Anchor Clitb ,.1. .t Itc.

rid transportation Into Universities of this region "s second stage, tested at 1 HEARD IN nlls iIAccsBulldog I .lk MICH Mm.....11/4)
earlier this
Cape Kennedy jear.
have contributed significant developments JMUIO H
Millions of dollars have been In each ot thenareas The photography was an Important IT'illlllsterll
spent In Southern.universities: to part of the test once! the courONSHAMPOO
develop space travel "hardware of the space program. launch was made to study the _
-launch vehicles spacecraft, GEORGIC TECH performance of a new booster The Anchor dub will Install
Instruments which allow space Georgia Tech laboratories" are engine design. The booster was new officer and receive newmember ,CAPE
dentists to obtain measurement dealing with methods to measure fueled by liquid hydrogen oxy .* at a chat'ter' party'
ct the environment out there the space environment' by'photogiaphy dlzed by liquid oxygen a combination j i Nov. 16.They Handy sx r. and ground baited facilities to and radiation sampling. which produced exhaust held a bake late on Friday far .
build test launch and track the Scientists are perfecting a system radiation visible only through! to raise money for the ( 'maMtii9, tfyditj, 7
Students Take TestsThe
hardware In Sight for sampling rarifIed air ultraviolet' and infrared equipment 215 Scholarship Fund. .tc. Stt Y.Ire.
Georgia Tech set up Th Anchor Club Is on. of 'the a 0.1.N I ....___.Kf. tnt.||/4|' ..aLzIcnk
special camera and spertrogisphs new service clubs In DeLand
to "'M" and photograph Presently It Is the only service
150,000 Scientists, Engineers and Physicians the exhaust senior placement teats olog\ chemistry, geology and club sponsored by a woman( I COUPON
phvslrs. Mathematics organization the Pilot Club,
TOM VSR for entrance Into the four-year : algehia
throughout nation From the films scientists rAn universities ot f Florid were" gild arithmetic. computation, problem Mrs, Jan. Wyatt I Is the adultadvlaor FOOD CONTAINERS
hypothe' shout the motion en Oct. 21 and 28 by Mrs. Andre solving, and plan geo- ,
URGE YOU TO VOTE FOR composition pressure temperature S. Denman head of the guidance metry.For, 'et lied .....
and other physical and department. admission to the unlver. l- FIIA ...-." II...
chemical characteristics of the Thrift tests are required for ties of 'lni'tale a 300 percentu.must Accepts 1 II. sawsI 2 for 19ca

upper atmosphere. all seniors or anyone graduatingthat be seoied on the five tests -I It* T ...
PRESIDENT Man's 'Journey to the stars has and maintain a C average, In all 12 Members
There were approximately ....._
year tMil( m kn Wed ills
will be
but his
'just begun way : 215 students taking t.eM. academic subjects. Th results
paved with the knowledge derived of' the tests will be returned In
broken down Into
the They "rrt' The Futur IlomemaKert flf
through research. As
about six weeks The students
South the front Inhuman five different' parts America Initiated U new' members
move to COUPON i
will be !provided' with an asawertope HnsriBnsrsin
verbal' and
which' measure Tuesday night, Oct. ST. The
affairs of this tentury,
and their acnre will tNI
JOHNSON It la not surprising that her universities quantitative ability. English I: analyzed together This testing meeting was held at S30; p 11',
lend In the greatest grammar, usage, word cholnand In the Glee Club room of De- Dow Handi'Wrai1p
diama. n: capitalizationand program Is a branch of th. ETS Land High School
adventure of the day. In Princeton N,J.
HI effective'nesa
punctuation. The piealdent. Donna Owens
Rut made by wagon trains of expression Social Stu called the meeting tn order Th. Famine en.I"f lid c
CnimMM.rPntitlnl A4r sad rnyilcUni Paid; Trr t tat* Hi"jehnMn Ltttn. Chn .. Icltitlit headed westward still ant died, economics, geography govemment Service Clubs officers ol the club then slated' 11 w,.. I, 100-ft. r.n 23

visible on the Oregon Trail history and oncology the eight purpose, The new li. If c.limit .
rout In Nebraska Natural Sciences astronomy hi- members" took the WWI of rlubmembership ( ( MM NiM.Mm wed. 1141iiii
Elect Members They
---- wei* givenred
I and whit ribbons to wear' flI

Cw, fl I The Tr1 HI.Y and Hl-Y serve until they receive their pint At COUPON
'Ice dubs of DeUnd High School the clot: ol the business meeting .,
alerted members for the corer refreshments were served.
lag year en Monday Bight. Th. AJAX CLEANSER'"t
TrlHIY took In the*, senior cd
girls- Petra Northeort Michel.rrelir. Witcelettea /
: Sandra Hennessey. Alex 8y c.1t13c
Scariest and Bonnie Carter The Iq. '
Juniors taken In were Linda Allen Th. Wheelettei recently chore
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Debbl Nwthcott Ben. Bur
14 new members from the applications
nett Sharon Hunter and Sharon submitted. The nw *enlor >

Vt LT V' I Thunhorst members art Nedri Norman,
w I Thei. senior bovi were takenIn Linda Mnnahan, Sandy Schellln- [ COUPON
0 .u for HI Y Clair Hakes BUIFoard. ger, PhvUis rl".. "., Judy Williams
Bin rrlrhard. John Etta Emanuel), Linda 1A- I, DOAN'S PILLS
41 : Thompson and Sandy diver, Cndaui Karen Sores, Ginger
AIM taken wen these Juniors: Dlckson, and Minnie WalkerNew
Mark Rrtan Don Ylhalen, Danny, Junior members\ Ire Susie, latrta-tf
,ti CassMy. Ray Allison TerryKerhley rirket Ku. MeCormlck Sandy 4059c:
e r JUcky D>er and Jon Tucker and Cindy Quirk .M. .
Neelands.Confclli. Plan for (heir formal Initiation 0.MN. _
11t I I w.M MN wed IIJe
5 y are being mad. for Nov ] ;
at T :M In the Horn Economics
( t t : SoldMembers lounge, Aft new members and
r their parents art invited 1 9 COUPON __._
..'a i of the PHI Pep. Club! SCRUB BRUSH !
I could be seen selling bags of confetti Supper'SUCCC'A'
,'. I FrIday night at the Bulldog
r I .Lyman ,.m.. Then* bags "Tk paghrtf' supper wss1 a H.aryash Pdmlr, *
wars will. for 10 rents for students tremendous lucre," Mated flkM lire! Mal 1 16
and 13 rents for adults Cinch Murray Arnold. "kd bokwball m v.i..
Th. rolleried used mark at DeLaad High
money was I %mi41 .".Mimn use wed uyUyi.jlt .
to pay bark their sponsor, Mr. School I
David Homey, for till money Over 1.900) dinner were served
b. pent 1111 the material' foe and| mother 120, were delivered. .
4 a sirs and shakers for Horn- In which there. was a gross } COUPON fjBtJi W1
j loaning, Th. confetti was rn.dbv profit of ever fl.QM)
I ,th* club at a party last. The supper was held Ort. 21 CEPACOL MvH l ,
Tbunday after" 1K'1tfIIII.Newalntlltt .la th* school cafeteria' anti was
.nnnw>r4 by tile rUsMtMUParents'
Mr. ucI4z..HubtrtlL, Jacobs Chlldxtn and Crtndchilditn. dub Mints Itallaa ..... LM.-

fle* surint prepared the ape Ipft 35'AIM
ghern4 Th. money will b* used I
? The Clviiiette eaU.ieti slew fir sew equipment, flu shots I ..... MMM Mw wed. ll/. Ill
tneinbeis Monday aight. Ort 2*. and trip to Tampa and, Miami.INSTANT .
after meetbif at Peggy Mnme'Drew I
Hubert H. JacobsIs They ar*: tarn,.. Ire*. t
Cnnper, Kathy Job.,,,,,,. J *nn. COUPON ; I
Mar,.... Marsha CcUeftkamp rhuts rout .
Barbar Perk. Uml Smith omrr$ ttfwsf ? aOTHES HANGERS
A Carol Teeter" heryl Walnaker.a4 DU/INc 'OUR

senior, Lad l Friend\ Jan cute MONTH Li ",. .* i, M ill* "
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Described In Report 1-. V't M Over N.Y. Jewel-Theft

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rdltor'i Note Haydoa: lion hMdeff In a balk; ; t, "'e 1V r i MIAMI (AP) Two of three aid a gem expert. "When soil
Burn, the Democratic nerol- and, report that the Internal r, muwlemen\ charged In one of do that, you're cutting 'elf !
nee for gnvrraor 'b* TuwuUy''i Revenue Service his quesopnedBurns' : the most aMonlshtaf Jewel theft value to Just about nothl-" -
elertlon, hits been running for Income tax return. of the! cenftry were scheduled comparatively. And if you slip,
the /fftr* for half ft dozenJMHV In the last four month, two for a bearing today-without the you've got nothing but a hand
f'N'a a. report on lie opponent have challenged gemi ful of glass"
niai find bU; determined earn- Burns lo reveal his .financial Handsome Allen Kuhn! 26)ear
palp.By standing and sourcei of Income old selvage diver, and surfer
Hero's Burial Set
Burn has replied that these t '4 Jack Roland Murphy, 27, weren
CHARtJW: STAFFORD matter are no one'l buslfles Dade County (Miami) ]jail un
Aa.orJayd rr,.. Rater but his own. der' $50.000 bond on federal war For Aslroiiaut
For 38 yean, Haydon Burns But he has said that hi1 principal ranti charging Interstate transportation '
mokrd more than three packsof Income II I his i1,500ary ? of stolen 'Jewell.
and $3,000 expense! fund )s STILL HOUSTON Tex -
Cigarettes a day Then, one nay- J MISSES accorded
day, 'ne decided to quit.It or. He also said that he serves ; ,'$ ,g 't $ The 23 priceless ,jewels stolen astronaut* burial Theodore win be C. Freeman
business but bas
as a
wan typically nononsennedecision. from New York City1 Museum Wednesday in Arlington 'Nation
reduced his
portfolio to one client. W of
Natural last
History early Krl- al Cemetery following service
"'I 'Just decided to quit and I day were still mlulng. .
at Seabrook, Tex., near
Old" he said. Burn has said he I I. not a In New York, police said
Six years ago. Burn decided wealthy man, but "'any/ day in belch boy Roger Clark 29, ad-
to for He the last 20 year th.n couldn't Freeman, 34, a former tile
run ran mitted
acting as the lookout but
have written a check for $12,000 Force test pilot, was killed !R it.
third in the 1960 Democratic primary said he did not know where the
would have been lad urday when his T38 'Jet crashedon
and didn't even pause for a day 'Jewels were Clark named Kuhn
breath FAMILY CESCRtBEp I, JUNIOR C"*. :t SALESMEN: These five youngster v'f>re among the top sellers in this year's magazine and Murphy at the ringleaders, a routine training flight.
BURN FA\ORKD For the last 26 jeari, Burn salt by members 01 the Junior Class at DeLand High School. The} sale netted nearly $4,100 which will help with police said I' Freeman leaves the widow,

Tuesday, Florida voter will and his wife, Mildred, have lived such clii&s projects throughout the year. the annual Junior-Senior Prom. Joe Coupas was th* top salesman and Cark was held on $12,000 bondon Faith Freeman and daughter,
choose between Burn and Republican In the same unpretentious horn these the Left to Robert charge of burglary, Faith Huntington Freeman and
are runners-up. right are Kathy Schuttner, $16358; Riley, J12&.33; Carol Teeter $90.81; posses- and Mrs. Join
his Mr
and Charles Holley for gov on Jacksonville.the bank of a creek In South Patty Barrett, $88.90; and Candy Berner, $87.39. <( mOl, Burn 1* favored. They have a college of marijuana cigarettes and carrying
Such are the fruit of Burn freshman son, 4 married an unlicensed revolver. Air For c e Inve.tliatol'pll"ned
determination and iron will. daughter, and a red haired! CHARLES R. HOLLEY fags 4 DEUNO (fLORIDA) SUN NEwS MONDAY, NOV. J, W4 Hit hearing wax set for Nov. 12. to move the plan
Th race for governor by the grandson. .uaA.'TS RIBBED: wreckage to a hangar for reconstruction
82-year-old] five.term mayor of Burns, a tall, spar man with Worried that federal to determine the cause
Jacksonville bas had a qualityof a streak of grey through his of the crash of the supersonic

Inevitability about it. It has carefully combed hair, has campaigned GOP Governor Is Described In against stick Kuhn without and Murphy the 'Jewels mightnot I .wept-wisg craft.
Hopeful Report
moved undeterred' through whirlwind ]. on his record ** mayor. New York police rushed warrants
of controversy and cloud For the last four year, be has to Miami charging both
of suspicion. th* eve of elec. been telling "the Jacksonville men with burglary. This would
,tion. story' ," a story that feature the allow the pair held for extradition. st
In his successful bid for the conversion of a waterfront from EDITOR'S NOTE thrle: Holley would one the veto Harold Alexander over d'ltrlnu-' But when a Urge majority wit .
democratic' nomination, Burns eyesore to showpiece, the attraction RolI" the Republlrai I'udl.dat. "In the Florida house of Representative lion of paity aicessment fee needed to give the proposed $250 Police and FBI combed
overrode: of new business and Industry for governor of Florida (w h r. he has collected from GOP candidate. million state higher education the New York Hotel agents, where the there is
Criticism of hi. handling of the construction of a hall waged an uphill election served two termI), I had one He bit a court fight but challenged bond Issue emel'lency1pllint. thrte well Kuhn'
stayed as as
racial riots which broke out In downtown expressway system battle that end Tuesday with vote," Holley sajs. "I could not Alexander for the chairmanship tion to that the necessary constitutional Miami motorboat and
Jacksonville In mid.campaign. Burn. has told the story with the voter Here's a report .. Hop waste and corruption. A* He lost to a third can amendment could be 36.foot penthouse two masted sailboat No ONLY'ONE
Attempt to lay at his door little humor, in a Boiler the man, and Holley the governor, I can,atop It-with the dilate Tom Fairfield Brown of put to vote of the people quick. ,Jewels were found.
step responsibility for corruption voice. He has added to thus randldale. veto power" Tampa ly the GOP bloc was waiting
la the Jacksonville Police Department pledge to undertake an aggresIve The veto power, h! *avi, I II an un". : W.l.i.TW| Through some 14 votes, floury Although formally ,valued at
: which led to th* arrest I program for improving By CHRI.ES STAFFORD important element of elite government In the Legislature, Holltv held his opposition firm. Then it $300,000, experts said the stones II
of six officers on bribery I Florida education, a study and AftHocUfed Frew Writer that lea been neglected: like most Republican member melted and the measure was tp- were priceless. The most easily
charges while Burn wa on the revamping of the state' financial Charles R, Holley Is a minorityman. under Gov. Farris Bryant's administration -has sponsored little statewide proved. recognizable: were the Star of
campaign trail.OBSTACLES. structure to get more serv legislation.' Probably his one bill LOST AGAIN India, a sapphire the size of a WdoMM wage (NhnetiMMl. with
LISTED ice without more taxation, and And if the St Petersburg Republican DEMO PARENTSHolley that attracted widespread attention Holley campaigned against the golf ball, and the 100 carat blood wr tom koatiutt la mor
Obstacle which he appear to an Intensive road.building pro Is elected governor in "'II not always a' was a proposal for a feasibility ,amendment claiming that Flor red OeLong ruby, said to be the HIM thirty yam usansnce Inferttriitf
hive fdettepppd adroitly In bin gram. Tuesday's 11 e e 11 I 0 *, he has minority man. He wed horn 40 study of a toll highway ida's university facilities were finest in the world. aced wilt I is stuliwM and
general campaign Include: A re There have been times In the pledged to wield a minority year ago In Jacksonville to from St. Petersburg to the Tallahafee adequate. Again he lost. (jlr.'S' R community lift far sure Manna
port! from the International Association campaign' when Burn. lost his weapon to give Florida the l kind Democratic parent at a time area tHt twld upsn And then be ran, for governor Clark was arrested in New fcM but. ,
of Chief of Police critical temper But bis public anger 1 II of government b* feel It should when In his words "Republican marshy area of the Gulf of Holley is strongly conservative York about 40 hour after the
of the Jacksonville Police a smoldering thing, noticeable have. wall etui a dirty word" in Flor Mexico. Holley'i hometown an ardent backer of GOP theft Kuhn and Murphy were
Department: h I II opponent' only through, a deepening of his ida.While pi ess labeled It "Holley'i Folly" presidential nominee Barry picked up at Kuhn' $278 a On
claim that Burn ha 1.2 mil normal sternness.It's I studying law and government Holley, instead, has sated what Goldwater. HI* best chance for month apartment with two women w"h.
r at Duke University and little veto power his GOP minor. election I I' to ride a strong Florida Saturday morning. Police
the University of Florida, Holey ity could muster on legislation vote for Goldwater into the said the 'Jewel disappeared In. ... TS4.lal
Boylcd I found himself agreeing with con sponsored by Democrats. Mostly govei'nor'* office between. ------------.
tervatlve principles th. 14 member minority has U he 1* elected, Holey say, "Every fence in town is laughing somas a..omrar. 1.aMYY
A Fact! lie began practicing law In St had little success. he will veto any new taxes or at this one," said a Miami = G..p.'ng
Down I Petersburg in 1930: and was! any Increase In present taxes, detective. "They can't believe I- I
elected to the Florida House 10 Five Day Forecast eliminate the need for new taxes anybody would heist that Huff. ,...... I
i year later In 1962, he wa by eliminating governmentalwaste And they won't go near it with a gee I
named minority leader.A Bv Th. Auoola'..4 Pr... and duplication, seek re lO, -foot pole." .... .... .. ...... ... I Ia
a. w.
K4.L BOYI.E will be about
By gregarious fellow, this mart Temperatures peal of the Intangible tax, seethe Police speculate that only a '
JOHN F. JACOBS NEW YORK (lAP +. Things with the retreating hairline, he normal. No rain of coiuequenc legislature reapportioned by private collector, content to have ::= :: :.:... r n.D.Laod I
a columnist might never know has, proved also a fighter, bothIn 1 Ik expected Sample high and the legislature Instead of a Federal the Belong ruby and Star of India Sun N.w. I

I it he didn't open his mill: his own party and in the Leg low temperature: Tallahassee court, and build roads with. to himself, would buy the nit .. .. .. C ........ I
The safest day for driving a Islature.] 74 to 50; Orlando 7S to 59: West out waste or scandal. Jewels. .... -
Has NEVER Signedthe car 1 11 Tuesday One in live In 1W2, h* feuded with then Palm Beach 83 to 65, and Key I Above all, h* will dust off and i: "Other than that, the only
American killed or hurt In a Hat Republican chairman G, West 79 to 72. ue the veto thing you can do i* cut them,"
Petition to move our Courthouse traffic accident I II a victim of .
Saturday driving. The second I t
(Check C..,.'. heard 1,1IIlIIh my Ad tf ,ntertl., most dangerous day I 11 Sunday.

Sh wlR| Actual Frttf *f Signing) Science has found that a hummingbird I Negro NewsChoir
beat its wing only BUY SELL! TRADE !
"h Thin about 55 time a second whilefeeding

but up to 200 time a
To Meet
second while courting.urnvsTEB's .
The No. 1 Choir of Macedonia WITH
Ever hear of the spin.ter'fprayer
Baptut Church will have a bul-
? It gori Jlk* thl*; "Deaf
Lord, pleas answer' my prayer, seas. meeting All member tomorrow asked at 7.:.10p
m. are to
It'l not far me but for another.
be present. Important business
Plea send A In law to
** aon mymothr.
." will be dlaru led. At 1 p.m., the 1
choir will rehearse Mrt. Annie

$18,000 has been spent by Coble to geta tell If It you've to Sam the already federal got a secret government.Uncle ha* ,enoughof don't Rove Johnson StM..t't is president I t't' [tltt t1t1 e'tus'

lob that pays $100 a month his own to keep. His agenciesare Lodge I
reported lo have on file some
three billion secret pr restricted Senior Pallbearer Lodge No. I
WHY? document 35 will meet Wednesday at 7 7 p.m.
A third of all families In the at the usual place, All members

.. 11 to-2. age bracket buy a car are asked to be present. I
If are concerned. : every year, but tour out of five
you .
are used cars.Quotable Club To Meet I
meant to be lived, and curiosity The Storehouse Club will meet I
must be kept a1h'.. one must Thursday night at the Church of
never, for whatever reason, turn God In Christ, DeLeon Springs I S
JOHN F. JACOBS his back. on 111*" EleanorRsonevelt. The public 1* invited.Atnnions .

The only person our astronauts Services
You Can Order A
Coble Heprannla The Gambling Interests! may meet when they land on IUi.I .
the moon be earth' first
may Funeral service for
(S Ad,. In DeLand Sun News 4 14))
4 May murderer An Italian legend Nellie Ammoni M who died SINGLE INSERTION
holds that the biblical character Oct. 3), will be tomorrow at 3:30
Cain, as punishment for killing p.m. In the chapel of Arthur J.

JOHN F. his brother Abel, wa doomed to Mack Funeral Home, I 3 LINE "WANT AD" .;
JACOBSi wander trtendl** foitvtr on tilt Burial will be III' Community I ;

i moon.WOMEN TABBIES: Cemetery.Home Arthur I* In cha.J. ..Mack" Funeral FOR ANY ONE DAY ,"j l i

Of some 175.000 taxi driven The body may be viewed from
Will Represent You! and professional chauffeurs: 5 to I p.m. today and from I MONDAY THRU FRIDAY C
more than .,::100 are women. a.m until noon Tuesday.
I I Can you name a U.S. First I -
II I Lady who wasa't born ea this I BONrTTU. RETORT
continent She was Mrt. John Nest \hnla MeinerUaMr. For Only . . . .
Quincy Adam, cUe of th* sixth and Mr*. Johnle Feaster
ELECTA American president. Her birthplace IVLeoa Springs; are the parents asp( u.... 5 Ann** were T. A Ua*. lack AiaWtMl lisa( saw Be 1ejO.lj.t.J9)Or )

was London Feb. ft: of ar daughter weighing T pound,
177$. A* hostess, she Improved lOVt caace, bon at. .1:08 p.m. '
l1P the White House table by serv .Saturday.
is Insurance:: ;: :- and rare wine Mr. and Mr*. Jams O. Blng- You Can Take Advantage Of A Multiple Insertion
companies lay oheIty *- ham DeLeoa Springs, are the
threaten the longevity of 10 parents of a daughter weighing
per rent of men between 20 and S pound 4 ounce, bon at <::30a : '
I 30 year old 20 per eeet of those .m. Saturday. Rate That Decreases According Te The NUMber' Of: .
la their. :Mfc. and a third of Uotela Mr and Mr*. Willie' J. Anderson
PROVEN the 40-SS Sip Seville, are the parent of a
Folklore: According' to a ChiMe daughter weighing ( pounds, lay
i it a belief a Child who teethe ounces bon at i:27 a m. today Days Your Advertisement Is Published .
i t early will grow up to eat his Admitted: Mr*. Margaret
parent, but U DC get his teeth Green, 418 S. Clara Ave., Mr*.
LEADER late he will support them la their Gloria Sappington. 710 S. Adelle
aid at*. The Chinese aIM totter Ave.: Mr*. Emma DtUard. S 3 2 $1.56
-- that ene tuft mature until 40, I Clara Ave.. and Andrew H.: Lines, Days e . . e e e e e. (Each line 26c)
I an4 iboulda't speak his mUll la Powell, DeUad: Ma A. Mrs ,
1 tie pretence 01 the wise where FarUn, DeLHI SptrtagrDUmtit I

\ : that t\nckle time.: Farmer" are almost Smith sad JIIInt* *: daughter Mn. Leethey, DeBary 3 Uftts,3 Days .' e . $1.71;,. .' '. (Each Line 19c. ) .

JOHN F. JACOBS twice a* likely M get arUirttt ; rugeM Harris Orang* ,
a* city dweller German aid City; lUiiy Walker, IVLeo ,
Leroy Ray Jr. Itereua; 3 lines 5 $2.55
.. .Uka CaaaUalt Statt gnat. :r:5' O. Biagham and la- Days . . e e e . (Each Line 17c)
Amaaon River can cat fast daughter, DeLeon SprtngV
I with their ...... America are end Mr*. Johale Feaster and latent .
Pull Lever 4 B I I lOW buying a million paperback" daughter, 3 lines 7 $3.57
'I book a day, Fish M--w Days . . . . (Each Line 17c)
I It WM Robert Frost who observed. Admitted: Arthur H Howard
(Political A4Y. Paid for by Jeha T Jacob) I "HappifM make up 'la t Seville (Can. 4',

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Beta Psi Chapter

Social Notes. .

Pledges HonoredBy

and Comments

ZTA AlumnaeThe

Oel.. away? MS,,U* .u..<.t>.T TII... t.kNrit'M .**
recent pledge of thy ""., ...*.nst .ltm are *t ...t...
Beta Pal Chapter of Stetson University .., .. Sun N.....' rt.....AW.nt.u
pun.I ..II In roes n.n.l
I were honored with a r..... t. MlMr Munl.fS W.m.n'. j
buffet upper In the Playhouse ..//t... PIMM Cal l ,..-.etta
I at the home of Mrs. James PoI
lard Lake Beresford Park by Rebecca Rill.... daughter of ;
member of Zeta Ten Alpha Mr. and Mr*. llUllam Rulaad.
1001 Crescent Parkway la a student !
la I Halloween motif wa car at HUlsdal College., Southern .
rid out In the decoration at the Michigan liberal art institution. ,

Pls>'house. At the conclusion of j
I the supper, each pledge Introduced Neal BUdtburn. ton of Mr.
I herself to the Alumna and Mr. Silks W. Blackburn
present and the evening' entertainment W. Minnesota Ave., and ,....

s'y'r ended with the ..Ina.In. Welch, son of Mr. sad Mn.Morgaa .,
i of Zeta longs. Welch, N. Arlington
i Pledges present were: Misses Ave, recently pledged LambdaChi
i Nancy Hodges and Sharon El- Alpha at Stetson Unlversit Committee Preparing For Lunch At St. Barnabas Church Bazaar
king, DrLand, Louise Morell Jobs welch wall recently electeda

I Westport Conn.: Linda Sandra Yerg. a freshman representative to Luncheon la Canterbury HOI_ I* a popular feature of the Annual Basaar sponnorsd by the Xplacopal: Church Women ta tile itBtrnsbss
Patrick Air Force Ball
J t Richardson, Columbia,: S. C. the Stetson Senate. rptscopal: Church. The went will be held Wednesday from 'M a m. to 4 30 p m. Luncheon will be served from ll'M: a.m. t*
Nancy Kooistia, Ft. Laudordslei:: George D. Roraa, N. Tuxedo I p m with tables rsrvd for huain** peopl There will be the usual menu of Scotch Broth \.I.III.IOUp, mad from the Uereer family
Ave. was In High Point NC recipe. apple pee, angel nile and coffee.
Kay Harmeline. Winter Park; attending the Fall Furniture : Th* luncheon 1* a project of It. Hilda and at. Clare Guilds. Mr*. Chester Btrth I* chairman and Mr. Richard Sawyer la ao-chat
Pat Duell, Boca Raton; Linda Market men Members of the ktuih.n eommttw are Mr. Boyd Itlldcbrtnd Mrs. Ones Mebmann. Mr. Maud Lopr and Mrs. WUItantLucius
December llridc-Elect McGuire, Atlanta Ga, Judy wsltr.m.s will be Mr. A. C. Nielsen, Mrs. Walter Tedford and Mr. Robert Hiatt, Mrs Bldney itubbs Jr., Mrs. Floyd :lane",.
Davis, Pittsburgh. Pa; Bobble Mr. label Tyler. ha* returned Mr. John Taylor Urs. William Bradford Mr*. William LVll Jr. Mrl. H. I. Root. Cashier will b* Mr*. Rslph tefton and Mr*.
The engagement and approaching marriage of Mix Sandra Hippo, Eustls; Carole French to her home on Chandler A\'. George Hood, and hostesses will b* Mrs. LeRoy Lawson Urs Ellis Wilson tnd Mr*. John Winter Mctured above, left to right Mr*.
Lou Woodruff daughter of Mr*. Frank L Woodruff W Rich Ave.. Miami; Sammle Sample, Ft after a two month vacation. Sawyer lira. Barth and Mr. Richmond Roberta. Con News Photo by Hunter)
and the Isle Mr. Woodruff to William F. Doud, Rochester, N.Y Lauderdale: Rachel Pike, Naples While away she visited 111M..... -- -- -
of Mr. and Mrl. Alfred J. ; Ramona Long. Charlotte, Vr.
ion Doud Rochester NY U being chusetts, New Hampshire.
announced today by tin mother N. C.; Sue McClenden. Greenwich mont and) visited her Ion and Youth GroupsAt Fish Wttt Volntla Local BPW Club YF1T AuxiliaryMember
The bride-elect li a graduate of Oiines\UI High School, Conn.. Betty Cole, Chattanooga d.ulblrIn.I.w and family. Mr.
Gainesville and she attended the University of Florida, sober* Tenn.: Randy Bishop, and Mrs. William K. Tyler, Hospital RfforitiTH of the Ladle AiixU-
she wee active In student activities. She Is presently employed Clearwater and Barbara Sufi Pittsburgh Pa. NB Church Members Attend dry to the Veteran of Foreign
as secretary at Kemper Insurance Co. Arlington Mais. f.ll.wmf, fMr... ..... tae Wan will meet at I p.m. todayat
The prospective bridegroom In a graduate of Aquinas Catholic Active Beta Pil front Stetsoa Birthday peelings were re M...I l ,"."*,"." .win r.e.i....< kxIk. the Post Horn. EllnbeUiCassel
D LSK* tun saws MS ylrtnh
Institute. Rochester. NY., aDd received a scholastic scholarship were: Joyce Alhll')'. Sandy Christian celved' by Earn Cecil McLeJn on Hold Parties and Alen Green will
to St. Michael's College. University of Toronto. Canada, and gridusted Patti Dans>ear, Stevle Oct.: 31. The occasion was observed MenitcUlADMIMHIMIs District Meeting he co-hotese,
from the University of Rochester He Is prewntly employed lIov.,.. Gall Jordan Barbara by serving birthday ck .
.s a Certified Public Accountant with Price Waterhou Firm. MacgUL Bobbie March Ph>lllsMcDanlel. to bin friend Born In Virginia. I Members of the Junior Department Mary Kathleen Glbon Shady Mi*. Ruth Mulllni. president ELECTRONIC
of the School
The wedding Is being planned for Dec. It In Rochester N.Y. Gl>'nla McHargu. he now reside at III E. New Sunday Land Trailer Park. Unit I, Richard of the DeLand Rualnes and
i.t Nmthslde Church
Phyllis Mothers, Mary Ann Morris York Ave | held Halloween Raptlat at thehome Odell Gibson, Shady Lend7loiler Professional Woman's Club also MIRACLE SHEDS NEW
Laura Nawolka, Sandy Shirley The 25th. wedding annlverstiy l party Paik, Unit I.; John A.Ternlund. assistant district four director,
Major Mullins Gives of their leather, Mia Bill LICHT UPON HEARING
DeLand GrangersWin Carolyn Tubbs Denise Wall of U. r..!., and Mr. KeaaHh G.S1.ok I Yorwn, K Grace St.. Friday 110 I, Shoildan Ave. of the Florida federation of
Final Report On Musical Brenda Ward and Kathy Warthen. ws celebrated with a evening Other teaches assisting Unit I,John Christopher listen, RPW dubs, attended a district PROBLEMS!
Awards At 1 dinner at the Log Cabin Restsu- I I Mere; Mr. loot McMillan Lamar Orange. Oty Unit 11; Miss Mail-, meeting la descent City yeslerday -
Major A. R. Mullins chairmanof Alumnae hostesses Included: rant, Saturday night. Those pi es- I I Plttm.1I and Mn. Mary lyn Haught Osteen. Unit If: Your hearing antlrttdpretluely
the recent musical "They Mit. Robert Husband Mr*. Edward ent wet* U. Col. aid Mra. B.. ,| ( Ronald Richard Uttln, Lake Mr. Rcstnre Freed state
Pomona MeetingTwo Sang Them All" presented for H. Talton MI.. Jan Parsons Mjert. Msjot and Mr*.' D. J. I,l)I lenient'ampnrll department aupertnl llrlen L'nlt II, Mrs James president. was the pilmlpal -Correct hear
the Garden Club of DeLand r,. Miss Eleanor Wilcox, Mi.. toll, DeLand, ind U. C 11. and Games and contests MmtroM| 211 S. Alabama Ave speaker using a* her subject ing aiJ selected aulomaW
coolly, reported a profit of S.16J. Edward Hughes. Mr. James S. Mr*. R. A. ..111-. Eustls. I ed with were en- L'nlt U. Mis. Warren' W. Wolfoid, Woman'. Role In World Relation ....111- Veu vm leap
members of DeLand The proceed were given to the Roger. Mrs. Hubert S. Talton. t ]10) prirH given for the Davis Tt'alter Park. Unit II, *," Mrs. Delia Rownnurg, would with all
Grange 186 were awarded prize DeLand Garden Club Building Mrs. Daphne M Brownell and Celebrating the occasion el, wlnneis, lollowed by a hilt dog 1111C\Il"I"IAI Stark, presidentelect and bliss a* tan an

for handwork and baking, at fund. Mil. Arthur Lane 1* treasurer M.... James E. Pollard, alumnae their 19th wedding anniversary tart, Mi*. Ethel: Mae (Chamber Mary Wilkinson' 11111111'1. 11I('. M w lih revolutionary new
i, Saturday's meeting of Cringe with a dinner *t the Log Cabin I I I Those present war. ; Handy Auitlvotc F.lertronl Com
of the special project. Club president.The Seville: Heap) Roliert Bionic, and vice piesldrnt, of the IT of
Blossom Pomona Grange, No. I, The musical wa presented by annual fall retreat of the Restaurant were Mr. aid Mr. ,I Faire Arljn Kitep Paul Stoll 31 N. fnlverslty acne! Mn.FjUMt HIW cluha, were special guest, filler! I/are a Tree Aoi
held at the Moose Lodge Hall In the Stover Theater Carl .*,.,.. Also present wereMre. 1 Rex Bundy. Blllv Sihnonmer, .
Placers recently Beta Put Chapter of Zeta Tan : Hnjt, Orange City: Phillip Mrs. Manic Mae Shields' rep- teat/
Eustls. A covered dish supper at the Stetson Union. Alpha Sorority of Stetson l'nl.v..lty. Brown' parents, Mr." adPin. Henry Cngglns, Heidi .Flowers Green Crescent City: Mr*. tentH the DeLand Club. on the ..
preceded the meeting Kenneth ----- PhilipMortar.. I I oretta Cogglns, Penny Felts, Nellie H. 1M' N, Clue
the hat
was held recently at Riley nominating committee tar 1*>8 Never before such pier
Burbank presided as Muter In W.vpt'lyIrli Motel Dayton and Mrs. RhhaH Bennett 1 I I1lr. Linda Padgett, Susan Friend Ave : Rev. Kohley P. Rlngo. district oNlreii: Mis Alva WHam cite scirntiftc evaluation tit(
the absence of Ethel Downs. DeLand i I Angel Ctmphell, L a u r a t 1 11Thome I .
Bridge Beach, with Mr. and Mn. Robert marled\ the occasion of their Rout Two; Mn. Vela Marie was appointed a* ro-rhsinmaa
hoonover., Mar.lone baring Mea
Thirteen members were present Husband as chaperones. Mr*. wedding anniversary. with a dinner Debby Shenamskl, Camp Rd.; with ),1,.. Ruth Rnn blest, you pMuhle.
from DeLand Grange; 12 Club Husband general Alumna adVisor at the Log Cabin Restaurant, and Bienda Manning Arthur Burke Wright Orange a* chairman la attend the ntld New' Audivot electronic.
from the Golden and October I Carats present were W. B. Me
make all whet"
for the Chapter. recently with guest Mr. aadMr Qty, year state board meeting whIrl Computer
from Orlando Park Grange. Two ActKe and pledges played a *. Warren Jeetw aid Mr. Mlllan and Tony Dreggor HV M_.rUI will he In Da>'tona ....lI'hln.JH3. methods obsolete. This lev
Member of the IntermediateTraining
visitor were present from Con Series Winners football game, with the actives sad Mr. Jam** .....1...*. Union at Northalde BaptMt KINO DAI'CnPK: Othet attending front DrLand given< in your home, rtt.
necticut. emerging as wlnnen. Following: : Mr. and Mi'*. Donald R. King weie MiMrrd Pltl. Carol
ROM Simon wa the winnerIn I Teny Dlaarte and Boh Outer ( (Church add their guest Writ or call lor inafpolnlDuof.
a buffet dinner the Zetas sereaided Plersoa. are the parent of a form, JoUy Marshall Helen.
the cookie contest, tad Mrs. Mrs. Ida B. Wilson' core recently attended the French held a Halloween party at the .
.. .Ix
Mr. and lrll. Husband daughter weighing "pound, Dowdy, llrlen' Roland. Ray Kato,
Ethel third and her first place In the I list Wine home of Mr. and Mm C:. M.McQulIf 1
Tiler won second gave Tasting Exhibit at the
1:21 IxiuUe
and the ZETA KINO, Lanny Miller five ounces bona at : p.m. Clarke tlhclyn fraud
prizes for embroidery and I of winner In the six week Friday I of Stetsoa University, of Sigma Hotel Roosevelt In Jacksonville.Mr K. Palmetto Road Fri Nov J.1)f'11I. Edna: Akin Florence Harrli AUDIVOX
crochet edging The local winners I evening series which ended day Right. Halloween dxcoralloo (incised rider palenlo el Ameria
In BOX Mary Loamy. Hildagnrd John-
Phi Fraternity
will compete at State' Oct. 30 at the DeLand Bridge I Epsllon *. C. C. Relimr has returned were' used on the patio whe.ethe Teleckwa. and Tlefta. .kC
Grange to be held at Tampa during Club. the ".nln,. a marshmallow to her home en N. Boston party wee held and all en- .A son weighing 10 pound, -ton -and Idith: Hraua.Itpriniii .*H.,. Western r......... ,...
held the beach. The three was born tt T:04o :
January.The I Other winner were Mn. A G. roast wa on Ave., after visiting' her son In- )oed apple bobbing and other ounces ass, lae,. tad Bell Ysiepheselabeal.rle. .
Zetas retimed to DeLand the m. Nov I to Mr. and Mi*. : Mart. Reuben Bendon-
law and .
daughter and .
Lecturer's Included Besom, second: Miss Ethel John family, contest Prtee were awirdwlfur 1M.Burden's
program following d.y.Halloween. Franklin D. Smith Route one haul! and Infant ann 11) Mill
readings taken from a ton. third; Mrs. Ruth' Blatt. Mr sad Mr*. V. K. MrCliffrrly.Stanford the prettiest funniest and the
Conn. She also vtarited | John ,
fourth Robert fifth and
Leigh .
book on Famous Sayings." mint original costume Drug Shop
DeLenn (
tale Flower Ave Mit.
friend and relatives In New Boundary Josephine
A. G. Besom
sixth. Mr. and Mr Jim Lawlng. ,
A discussion wu held regardIng Spring, Mi*. Henrietta Hare, llowell PerklM Mrs. Ana .
The next evening series begin Party York State Mr. and M.... Fred Itwj J IM rut Mw Terk Ave.TUISOAT .
the proposed removal of "tin MoQuslg
Casiadaga) Donald Tucker, Pier'son Whltford, 1000 '. llnrlda
Nov. 19 A.M,1.1 P.M.
13. ,
der God" from the pledge at Wednesday morning at HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODArTO. Fuller, lender of the group acted Sit Hoy Glover, M..I.hourn. Ave. If. Cole tOOT N.
: : Stephen ,
I 30 .
: a m. there will be another L W. N.IU CsHt
and the For ,St. Peter'sSchool a* contest Judge ,
Allegiance ..
dispensing "Introduction to D. p l lie.t ." Mary Jaw F. A. .. Jeaa :_ *, Ernest: Clark Jtmtlca. Alabama Ave
with prayer in the schools. A Aisle. ClurMie T KMM. West Indies; Stuart Clark, Quito I
bridge at the Deerfoot Rd.
resolution wa drawn up In protest These teuton Children Tod [anon, B*, Sallied. Gary Chapter 16, OKSMember : Ecuador Mr*. Mabel Clack, DOT a
of these actions to be presented provide M. ..>, 0 M B. ..(!. sad Cumberland Ave.Ml .
to the Florida State a mean of acquiring anunderstanding Mr, J. hsste Itawklaa.Qt'OTE of Defend Chapter P"'I''f''l

Grange convention In Miami between of Duplicate the chief and difference Approximately 24 children K, Order of Eastern liar, will ** Geraldine Smith DeUon. 'NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY CLOSES SOON
which will be held In January from St. Peter' Parochial FOR TIE DAY meet 'tlpm. tomm-row t* the
The resolution wee Unanimous/! rubber bridge. Prizes will be School from grades six even To appear the Mend of < man, chapter room tt the Masonic Lena Night.! \UIUa7 Stars are
accepted by Grangers present, awarded. and eight were transported byMn. when la reality we are 10 t In.gerso. Temple. Tsls win be Student welcome.3T .
Richard Basso.' Mrs Mark Is lo reserve to ourselves tile ------
Rainbow Girls Plan FaADoa. Mn. J. W. Queeney, means of doing him an Injury by
JWL Slates Enlistment Party M.... Charles Harris and Mn. surprising honest men Into an
Richard Calkins to the Southeast ems,
Ai enlistment party for the section of DeLand on the "Trick Jean Jarque. Rou.... e t lWT

Two Meetings Rainbow Girls. Assembly 31, II I or Treat for UNICEF campaignon tuna Vffi!
planned for Wednesday from 5 Halloween from lam. until rags ClnhVolittla
The Board of Director of the to 7 pJn. at the home of Mn. 11 a in.
Junior Welfare League will meet Virginia Frank. Rolling Acre t'pon their return to the ball Chapter IRo
at t::30 a m. Wednesday at the An Interested girl between the refreshment. of cup cake and ,
hone of Mrs. Robert Cover, 403 age of U and IS and their drinks were served to the chOdren. The Past Matron dub. Volt mam DAY SPECIALS!
S. Klngsbury Ave. The general mother are Invited to attend. Arrangement for the drive .la Chapter 1M Order of the
meeting of the group win be I For. furthertaformattM can were made by ::. Calkins.Chairman Eastern: Star will meet tomorrow Coed Tuesday, Nor. X Only
heM Friday at t:30 a m. at the Mrs.-Frtsk.. T3f7SO fit"Myna of the and nbeoleanmltte. at I p m., .t th* home of
Calico Kitchen. Camp 1M-3CU. of St. Peter' Rosary Mr*. J. t:. Summerkin' W.
Special award winner at the Altar Society Minnesota Ave. Vote First. Then Check lOur Spades(

JWL Bazaar heM last Friday Mrs. W. C. Smith. Sustaining I

at the Una's Den were Mr*. member assisting at the refresh -j / HOSE
LM Simmons, Mr*. Berate meat table were Mr*. Tom 1 *
dement, Mr. Pitt Cole lAd Rode Mr*. William Humttom. RE-EUCT \\l/l fWMM Seedy Maf 7Q J
and Mrs Jack WUaIl .
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King's Beauty Shop the JWL for children wen be by a special the Stetson concert KATHERINEODHAM 3 for 2.25 BILL FORi 1ttf

t1 H N Blv. .. T 4.74 Bsh'al fnlverslry orchestra prof. Robert Itt. titlIs13l tbthtt. Us M IsSsWhea F

PkwMIMCUtl Hatis conducting, which U / GLOVES Dra't wait! Call our Btuin*** Oflc
scheduled for 3)) p m. Best !San- MV fat

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4 0rater Stews secured University from any Ticket member maybe Wilt 04 l>)1 .. ."." rtoumW-tddjtkMuJ liatiflfi lor membr of

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13 Amendments' State Constitution pi Television People In


For Decision Tomorrow's i Programs (AP) PrIme Min
} ::1 later Fidel! Castro bu called on
1 his fellow commimiat. In the
YI EDITORS NOTIIfrtirtm Cuban javenumeat to learn now
Intermit) I I. 'uptll4pontiblt
t I
by tea aknena and' to .ubleot kahaep. to dusty capitalism to learn how
AP) years thereafter; Nevertheless.BO .JM allows counties changing: ly .. Tae sue N.wsa net n to end wsite"Capitalism,
teen amendments to S penalty. for not reapportlonlngIs method! to return to the original far "N,...... that *. 5555adhere
will be-I to the _.....* noted below. \Is using its: mon
1335 CrmsUtution m tIed .II approved in another wfetalists
gives.1tFGLNT'S ey, we throw It
ered Tuesday when : BOARD loeiJoptten election. The scmuntfet \'< said! i
wEsR: .. Daytona away Castro Ill speech
votes m general election tor 3-Board of Regents Set the are Escambla, Ukr, .
Saturday night
president governor, legislator groundwork for the Legislatureto Martin, Okehobe Palm .TViUIIIII .toOrIad..

and other officials change the University Board Beach Putnam and Seminole 5. orlande MEXICO: CITY (AP) Afflal
T0( win ratification-and there of Control from seven members Taylor County school: tupei MONDAY IVININ4 E. Stevenson, U.S. ambissadir
I 00 13' TilM of W.IU rare
for constitutional status-each serving four-year terms to nine intendent Sam *' AmendmentNo (lei Wood Woodpecker to the United Nations, left Mexico
amendment must receive more"YM" members serving staggered nine 5, but for Taylor County let I.. Hunt
I,II ((1)) Md Momtoti IB tpoit City for Chile today but bad
than, 'no" votes. year terms This amendmentmerely only. (2) N.w.eop e weather breed his plane to
The vote \is final Constitutional authorize the Lrglsla 81CCERSION (let.II Sparta LIT It WMtbw T. a..... return to the Mexican capital
amendments receiving a rna. Lure to create an office with a 7- Emergency Succession of. eon I term of to nine Public .-' Jortty of 'yes' votes are automatically up year Officials\ Authorizes the ,I + ) ABC K.... Johnson at the Inauguration
and immediately valId 3-School Construction Bonds Legislature to till vacancies 1,10 (12, HiMttlcr-Brtnklay of Eduardo Frei u president
The secretary of state Is Eextends to Jan. 1, 2000 the ma any public office created by en ta 7 Mavorick CBS P>.w* of ChileBOMBAY .
charged with I Inserting the turlty date on bonds used for envy attack and to move the seat lee .III Z-n Grip Theatre -
amendment Into the Constitu construction of schools of government from TallahasseeIn II) r>li..l \
I public tao (Si M Briitnl Court India AP) Pre-
ton; and whether or not he and junior colleges. The Constitution case of enemy attack thus II' To Ton the Trot mler Lai Bahadur Shastrl bf
complies has no effect the preserving\ continuity of (t) vnaa. to the Bottom of t
upon now limits the bonds to government the *.' India ays be II attend the International
amendment's validity Jan 1, 1983.! No change wouldbe I /IHt III fv. Oft a S>crt Eucharist Congress la ..1
Under the law each amend made in backing the bonds 8- Duties of the Agriculture: BOOST FOR PARADE FUND The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Stetson Uni I 10 (:(HI HI Ka And flir Griffith>. far *.r.mll. Bombay despite the mounting i
ment stands alone In the voting with the motor vehicle license Commissioner Strips from the versity recently conducted a car wash and decided to turn ,over all profits ,to the tOO (2) Andy Wllll.nnMovU objections: of orthodox Hindus
The voter need not cast t.ballot tag fees The maximum permls Agriculture commissioner hi* Merchants Division of the DeLand Chamber of Commerce to be placed in the Christ- < n'..nrt" ad M* Pope Paul, VI of the Roman
en every amendment to make Bible Interest rate would be constitutional duties pertaining( may Prade fund Dick Hood, president of the organization is presenting $42 check. 1 14 (C" Bloc Croibi Skew I, Catholic Church is scheduled to
his vote count. raised from 4 to 41% per cent, to public lands end the Bureau to. Mrs Betty Estes, chairman of the fund raising committee. moo IS art) Ban Alfred Ca.Hitchcock., attend the congress, which begin
BSD OF LIST which backers said was more of Immigration, duties the office It,0* It! NtJ-...... Nov. 28
The amendment' appear on realistic under current market no longer performs Supervisionof lee Pak ABO 'Now*
the ballot-both machine and conditions. A third change would public lands now rests with Report Given DOlTrOURSELFATS 11.JB (1> Movl ? LOS ANGELES (AP) Nor
II 10 paper ballots st the end of'the add another method of computing the board of trustees of the Internal (") Meets man Thomas six time tie
list of candidates for individual the number of instruction ] Improvement Fund, of leo, '"ij..wD ., Socialist party candidate for
office under the title "proposed unit in each school necessary which the commissioner\ a On Foresters Tips To End Squeaky Floors 1:0': |u|> Ntw DailY* Word president! say he's going 'part

y constitutional amendments." for determining the amounts of member Notoi Ci'"m '.-:-wmkly' TV' .... of the way with LBJ"
Each amendment carries I bonds that may be Issued I 9- Civil Jury Trials In Dade A recently released report rimming can be found In 'AllFlorida' "I have reservations about
title, "Constitutional Amendment 4-State School fund Author. I County Allows civil trials by Jury complied by the U.S. Forest By MR. FIX .f ,.u. Sunday migitlno/ sun, a roiular N.w"I feature the candidacy of President
to Article ...," 'followed by tore the we of the principal of In branch\ courthouses In Service In Atlanta show that Newspaper Enterprise AHH. FILING NO OOHS Johnson but I feel we've got to
a brief explanation of what It the state school fund-currently Dude County by changing the requirements Florida Forest Service Farm Squeaking floor* 'are more DeLand Radio lick Goldwater," Thomas saidIn
proposes* clime $18.T mIDIon:=for construction ( that all county offices Forester' cave tree farm manS annoying than they are danger WJBS WOOO a speech Sunday night.
Below each explanation 1 a only III. universities, be |In the county courthouse The sgement advice private wood. .ous. Only occasionally does a '
pace to vote for or against the junior colleges, high schools and principal office of the clerk and land owner of 1,959214! acres. noisy floor Indicate any itructu- 410 CC. 1110 KG_ ATHENSTODAY
amendment elementary schools The Consti I other offices must remain 1n.the last 'e8r. Val weakness
The amendments are summa tution forbids the, use of the courthouse This Is the sable Sixty' per centfthe woodland In most, cases a .few/'!// simple ( More Benefits' Asked THRU WEDNESDAY
nixed below In the order of *p> principal!! end allows the Interest privilege already, held bv Vn- acreage In the South Involved in repair will curs the condition Feature
penance on the ballot1Apportionment $560,154 this y'Ir-II be used luaus, Highlands ,Brevard and Stale:County ,(Cooperative Forest Floors that squeak and groan MIAMI BEACH AP-James 4:3WJS.TJ4-IU: :
Insert Into for Inv purpose i-onnecterl with Pasro rountte, and,to some extent Management Programs, was In every time you walk across P Tahney president 6f the
the Constitution-thereby giving elementary and high schools.JCHOOL by Plncllai\ County, Florida them Indicate loose boards In lOCdtC O1SS American Railway Supervisors '
constitutional sanction to-the LKADrmS 10-Judicial t Circuits. 'Increase Florida Farm Foresters' assisted .: that location Ponsiblv the finished \ Pry toppinSounli Association lAFL.CIO), urgedthe
4.600 forest landowner with flooring has union's convention Sunday toprl'ls WALT DIEYS
legislative apportionment of 13 -County Schools{ Superintendents << from 18 to ZO t the number of Judicial pulled away will"be !
senators and 112 representative Extends to seven more selective marking of timber" harvesting from the sub-floorisg or that the for higher pensions, more
circuits In Florida, It requires sonde
planting advice, and latter has pulled away from the holidays, longer vacations and a
enacted state law in counties hold
by January permission to local
a circuit to have mora marketing of their timber In not hollow. .
joists or U could be a combination B 30 hour work week
1963. The outcome of the vote on option elections on whether to than 50000 SOUEARTO
population addition, the farm forester gave of both. (The \
Joists are Delegates gave unanimous approval
this amendment would have no change the method of selection
Monroe County 47.371 In 1940which !)
assistance with fire protection the heavy beams which
support subfloor to Tahney's program
effect the of school
upon current appor county : superintendentsfrom shall be a single circuit
[ plans and other forest management the floor The .finished floorboard
tlonment of the Legislature; but election by popular vote toappointment You can locate the joists by
of because
regardless population, .
techniques.The ire nailed ;
generally at
tapping with your fist or with a HEARt
It apparently requires, reappor-, by the county of Its Key and position at Florida Forest Service right: angles .to the 'Joists' I block of 11'I001.lId\ a hammer MY
tlonment 1 in 1971 and every 10 school board. Th* amendment the southern |jip of.the. peninsula employ 32 farm forester who TIGHTEN LOOSE BOARDSThe The sound will be, hollow until BOULEVARD

Additionally no county jcoperate with loral county commissions obvious solution Is to you pound directly over a Joist. I I TECHNICOLOR'
shall 11IIIe")( ldenl circuit Judges !in providing tree farm tighten up the loose "boards thut will have a solid sound. DRIVE IN THEATRE
a* a result ol the Increas In advice: to small woodland owner are causing the squeak. If the You can double.check: the location .
E. M.D. Got Men Out f life
George Grisinger The services\ of ,the Farm I
number ot circuits. floor Is located( over an unfinish by measuring. Joists are .
11 Constitutional Revision Forester' are limited to' three ed basement the task Is teal. generally Installed IS Inches (GtOutTsAMovit) ,; r4a xlny
Whhii.T* AineunteThe Rimsyal( Provides that either house of the day for year per landowner lively easy, apart TONITI AND TUESDAY 5 s/il.
Flift locate the New Openlnc Tim. p BddMeerene0stwit.
Legislature may propose revisions offending
Of His Office In PlirttaTa of/ all or part ot the stat Extends' from 1993 to 201S the board from below. Have someone Open I:U ftluiwIMS"UWOfTHIUWUSV I
Constitution subject for ratification )'.-ar.ol expiration the law earMarking walk, across the floor
I either sn entire new. constitution I W proceeds of the two. shove while you observe in the POISON la Ccbir. -Dale Robertas*
cent\ per gallon' second faaollni' board should
or Interlocked revised *r- .
202 East New' York Avo.. titles, called daisy.chaining. The tax. for county road !jwrk. Under be stepped on. Mark the areas VttEATS At 5e4;
Constitution require each article the program, :30.year bonds) Ira that seem to be! giving, ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ..-. end '
DeLand or section be voted on separately Issued, with the backing ot the trouble CHARGEDGREENLAWN "A SNOT IN THE DARK" w'"wAewe. 1Y:'. "NATURESSTRANGEST
tax. Without, the extension no Thin wooden' wedge driven In Color Pour teller .....!
13-Gasolln* Tax for Holds. i' further 30.year bond could be between the joltt and the floor N.Y. CREATURES"
issued boards will -generally end the AP) A 41.'ear-oll1
,13 Sarasftta County Horn. squeaking If .lh* noise, persists, mother has been com-
stesd,Exemption. Shift the 13, us I reinforcing block ... apiece matted for psychiatric observation
000 exemption for homesteadsfrom of 2x4 nailed to the side after allegedly COOL IN SUMMER i.
the first S3.000. to the et the joist and pressed firmly handing cut ant poison
c,oaf Passport Success amount from 12000 'to ITOOOj against the underside of the pellets to Halloween trick. WARM IN WINTER

p Revenue front th*. tax on th,* poor treaters
first 12.000 would be earmarkedfor There are time when this Helen Pfetl. Long Island 3 Inch Fiberglass
public schools Last May, remedy won't work. There also housewife and mother of
ace instance when you can't two teen ate son and a 511
Saraiots County approved the
get to the floor from married daughter: was Insulation. 2CONRAD'
TRAINEES \ proposal In a special( .
procedure I III the sam In etch arrested Saturday after a

Men and women,art urgently needed for "j Nice Work Il case attack the problem from parent spotted the pellets
,above. in a candy:! bag his joung-
.1.l. ATTACK ster brought home LUMBER CO.
San Francisco lawyer Jake Agali.); locate the loot. Mrs Ptell charged with

1' MACHINE, TRAINING I I ,.' Ehrllrh was summoned for Jury hosnK finishing Drive nails a into pair the of board 3.Inch a endangering minor,was the ordered health committed of. WEST MICHIGAN AT NORTH DELAWARE PHONE 7344434

Person sletdr will"' b* trainee! In. a program" which .nod not In. duty last week Drive each nail In at an angle Sunday to Central
'teeters with print' lob. If you Writ on a Jury. h* wrote the Jury e District Judge Victor J.
Pleat include
today. ham phone number and ape, point crossing
AUTOMATION commissioner, Bill Lowry, To avoid damaging the floor Orjera.Police. WRITE IN SLOT NO. 31
'especially In case am drill a small hole first; slightly said Mrs. Pfeil
In. 110 ell, D.l..n4 Sue News .trying" smaller than the nail Pont told them th* gave out a
Presumably, Ehrlich was ex drive the nail all the. way, the* dozen pellets as a prank.
used' use nail set to drive the head Suffolk County police continued .
below the turftce. to alert parents lath
U you (,&n. try to drive the are, although U pellet Dr. Teets
nail through, the floor and Into were recovered.

Vote For Responsible LeadershipBecause the joist instead of just Into the t

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and 'With an FHA Title I

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Volusia Initial.4
CountyNeedsl. ,
'Pledges a Strong,: ;

The LAW and Effe'ct"iveINTEGRITY" iQ e t Or
; Purposeful "
w You cio borrow up to $3,300.00:

and Courteous .. ,for u Long u Fin Years firstName' '

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.'t tt: lists.' tefta Ta.ks :

Above Politics! Representation For r 4 wE OWltne rates r.e.da.Iliad well DrOll.. PUSHUP

The ENTIRE COUNTYI! r..... TermH r..... SLOT 31

Raelal. le.dtsg otegtrsAwsiatl
..... FbelaeeeWMdan

.. .. 'a.u.... tVMktas Dr. Tacts' primary aim as a wrllt-Ia caadlcUia
.{ .rhaltit DrIft..y carpels

: .Elect: The "PEOPLE'S CHOICE" ., ,.j c itaalerltg 41NawsOs ,:.'" : Air Etotrta CesMdselag LI<.hl .trttetMUMa ,.te..* for School Suptriaiandaai IKTa

tenesisg IU......* rMa.t* M atr. 21,000n4 iris !bs "m free'*}* fair eMstie..leppertwMkS.

: In....... water Teak sWteM .
Cherie Gardner i....... tinMM. ...... .;.!*..

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; w. For Expert .me. .*. ...... al tba Kl4 palDcal amala *a| th effect ..

For MrdlaVM.isktrtra '

c County Supervisor of Registration 'DcLaad, Federal Savingsand tt lM| M tdiMl tcrivrthasaff.

.. Lean Asssciation bd...a| k yta| al tcJUIiif anwaata.ttmtiM. ;

Nivenber w-". .I ....... ,f .trl.ieelfty ... ..,..... It elfaeel. plee9. ... :
3rd Pull! Lever 9B : 136'N. Florida AT.. 734-2SM OfcHta "Mt Mlle for M.* aifwaW.IfMMtni .- 5

k rolltte4 Adr, I'IJ4 For Sy aerie Gardner) I BRANCH OFFICE XfcBARY. FLU A**. Put' r. 87 OMM CtartPROPOS..fLS .. I {

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: West Volusia Real Estate, Business NewsI ACL Revenue Hits Record IOpcraUnf

Totaled revenue at Atlantic I third Wht h
Sales At For Week
186,570 I tout Lin JUttroad far the first WtnjjaWJf Mpwiy. wart ",m..
I MM. montha at tell year were noo, or a tyeji per cent above. lilt
tM high**! la IM IanI tn,', pa" fWd 4UrtfIt fetal ..
I ittt was announced today aunt revettiea ol $40,04,000.
rirtf BuUdfr!* tctr to Mr. Hf-JO. tat, ll.MO! hit 41 by W Thorna* 1U8, ACL prep Net 'Inwrne/ ff the third < uar.
I and Mri. Jasper A. Kntfrton, I Mr. and Mr*. Thorna C farltl Orange city Mates to Mr. leaf ,let.. w*< UM1.000, or four per
DcLartd, Property w.1 tw a lid to Mr. and MM. Lionel WtMwShiiparAuii > and Mrt. William Strlpp Lake JUvenuM for the lint nine rent above the tMra quarter net .
Heights $14,900.., Sec! 181730. I twLind, pMperty, Hiawatha. N J. property. Orange month lit toll ya were flat- Inoue tt 12,710,000., la 191.!
Mr. Md Mrs, Cordon E. Holt swmer* ant., 17 oott.. 811. 1 City KttatM.! 11.100, Bill. :MA. 083,000 up five per cciil over Net Income per veto of' corn-'
tnan to Mf. Ind Mrs. Fred .1.Tlbbltu BlLLTttCST It'at Luxury Home IIIC!. to Mr Bine month figure of mon Hock ouutafldtaf. for the
orange City .sty Mr. and Mn. tx n.ld to and Mr*. Gordon t. itolzman, r $13iI0.Net: first line month of 1964. w.a
Orange City Eatatel SIJ.MO., Schwab! to Charles It. ttcklns, orange City property, Orange income for the period ..* '..10. compared wHtt ....10) far
Lot 11, D.Lindqropetty,1II11ereel Sub, Oty HUli. 1000., Blk. 8. Fei tiM up five per. tent thC lama period Ian year
Mr and Mr*. Harry Walsh to ..IIGO., un. c.Dorotky rtratamertra DwatopmrM rj"iiiri'v above 'Ut ),.r"/ net el, ti8.IM,'
Mr. and Mr, mntdia u Baldes .. Taylor l. Lake Bc1i Corp. to Mr. and MM. Arthur 000, tor' tha Omit Bin months" Cuba Sign fuel
DeLand, property, Virginia Volunteer Flreman'l AttOciatlonIn W Dillon Valley Station !(J., 1 # I Operating revenues fur the
Haven Home, iiMO, tel f. ., Lane! ttelen property f Lake property, 11.000, 5.e. tt-U30 MIAMI (AP-Th ridel I Cal
James S. Clayton M Mi, and Hl.n, ".110O., Bin. in. DAtTONA PARK .w.atere and ihlrU Ire lovtrnmenl ha tigned along
Mr*. Felt B. Andrew Dr and, Mr and Mr. II. L. Burnett Daytona Oarden liw. t* Mr Not every venture ef Playboy term commercial agreement
property, Stetson nome Ettatei: Sr. and Mr. and Mn Glen W and Mr*. Jack Last, lover hat "beea a success! however with Fast Germany coverIn .
111,000, Bee. 1701NO. Martin to Mr. and Mr. Letter Springs Md., property, Daytona One future wag th* ahott.hwtimgadsa the supply of Cuban auger tome
The Deltona Corp. to Etta S. fc. bean DeLand. property, Park Estates $1,000., Blk. 40. Show Butintai fllu. ) CnmmunUit kuropesn natlm
Wilson Deltont. property, I eI. Wettwood Sub., $8,000.. Sec. 18- Daytona Park Estates Inc to trued which cost the company I and ether Impel t-exporl !It'ft1I.
tone LakM, W.OOO., Blk. .. IT.30.Fredorkh. Mr. and Mn. Otto H. Olmi, I W: million la IMt and 1M. Havana Radie aay.
Mr. and Mr. Ollbert K, Count Kupfeiw: to PatriciaA. Richmond Mo., property Day : 9 9A 9W .. ,- ___
to Mr. and Mr*, William C Kny : KMhaflM, ltIMfl Springs tona Park Estate, $1,000.. Bit i.
eLand ftrdpWty Codrlngfon'llub. proptrty, ttoUoB Sprtnl. $,500. 5. ,
.. JlO.fto.rBlk. B. : Btt. I, F I r s t amerlca Developrrwnt 1 P t)
Violet F::. Smith to Mr1. Ind Mr. lAd Mr*. Harry C. Conreyto Corp to Olga E. Fielder, Stole .. I 1
Mr*. John Thomson. Orange Mary G. Dial, Orange City, Pleasant. Md., property $100.,
City property, Minnesota Ave, property Orange city Ttrr"I, B.c. 221530.
'io.noo.. fee-tilt.*. t4 Irk 0, Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. ttuf. [M01Hb] [{ .
itmnt( : mM Lucl1a\ c.: Llndi y w Mr led 'lord and Mr. and Mr.. Bernard
Mr. tM Mr. Chart C. CalA Mr. C. Vvuurd Bulby. fi'Land, A Lelnfelder to Mr. and Mrs
to Mr. and Mn. Sydney H.Kleeberf property $2.100., Sw. Hit.30. Arthur M. Kruger Orange City, ALKKR '
DeLand. Fit.t america DevelopmentCorp. property Dlxson Acres, $700., DAIRY STORE OPENS Castle Farms supplier of fresh milk and ice cream
Pinelyn Park $10,000., property Elk. 111. to Ell Williams, Ashland, Lot 10. opened I retail outlet in DeLand Saturday The new store Is at 301 E. Plymouth Ave. BUILDING MAJERIALCflntlnueus
Mr. and Mr. James B Gay- Kvnttmy, Perkins Highway, Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Miller .to /taturea" a complete line of dairy product! !, lore, DeForesl BUktUiaUpt.\ store
Ion to Mr and Mri. Wd y T UtoIt.1S10! JDNON Mr, and Mra Oorf Mama tinnaf rf, dllpllya the Itor '. milk section
Brooks, DeLand property Ho4ten ACIP4Mi Daytona Peach, property, $790., 2111. h..I' P.... 7J"Jot
Sub f',/OP., Blk. M and Mr*. Albert ll hal- Bee 2T-14 M.CamcDla iutl
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Varney to ford and Mr, and Mrs. Bernhard '1I'IIDPYIIIJIf'!"* tne
to Barbara Peck, OeLand,
Mr. and Mr*. Rafeal Plttman. Lelnfelder to Mr. and Mr*.
beLand. ftrowrty, Kindred' lut franl OarlaAdt Ichenectady. perty. Camellia Para lub., $((00., riser Stow' >
$9.000., mil. 134 DUuoa Blk. 107.LAKK
N.Y., property, Acres,
The Deltona Corp, to Mr. Ind t1l ", Lot 10.: !! MVItlHMJlrt CARPET TILE
Mn.. Stanley a eoekhout IV* : IIIr, and Mrs Vl/irent/ A. Ver- A!r.. Conilrudkin Co. ty
tone property Deltona Lakes, raW to )Mr. and .Ira. Frank to Lake Maria Mates' Itiff.t t>* r CERAMICS .
$8,600., Blk. 175. Cola Jr., DeLand property, Bary Property, Lake Maria E*. t1 sot :
Mr. and Mr*. CharltoH B. Omb Park, 1800., Lot 18. tai s, $100.l d'C' : : .
Cleveland M Mr. and Mr*, Wll' Plantation Estates Inc. to Mr. state at 'n; Trtulea of l tha r Ariitr..|, rietli A.*rk.. 01...
lIam B. KUg-oun DeLand! rOt and lire Ocorge: a Ryan. De- Internal improvement Fund to
party, ]>ra Park, t,60V fcfl. Bary, property! Plantation EiWaal Mr and Mr. Chart C. Cain, At

Defend.. $loOIXTtfilMr property.( MinneiotaAv Bflhtan Til Comply Inc. \

Wa Meet OunhrnI and Mr, Philip\ I. 11n. U2 hit Ilik At*. ri.*. M 4-IHI.
nett t to Mr, and Mr. .,am.. aOiylon vo-Bcdroom
I Advertising property, Hodder'( sub atosa I

What Others Say About U* $100., 61k. TiMr.andMrlKdwardriHeW

It Riptatiel' to Marina flteadman, Plmon Home Design roacsae Ks9 n IIDROOM 12-12 SOlol I'"
WE WILL property '100., lite..l,ISM.F 1
BOLD FOE rout I f 1 t america Development
U Mr and Mri. Thomat Presented
t4 WISE W Corp Olbhofii, \>adln|, Ohio, property Is CAR/OAT to'"... Ira tM NU Alt r.* Mlfl |.t l "Ml** tl laeflrf.

$300., lee 23.11-JO. .. will pie 4tatrct win.
... Ince- Here I I. an extremely jtonk]
BulMtr r 1 t e t nuance Development
.. .
r..Oin.rll.. 714-1654.Cntr D.t .. Corp. to Jo Manihell Laurel pact and livable two bedroom, : Joint E. Lewis II
Mont. property, $300., Sec. U- 8t4 square loot masonry hou*, I
1530. denltnfd for a level lot 60 feet I 1 H takii clewil Hit many ..*. (tiatilaltua la theft awn e '
Flritamerira Development wide. T b. total frontagaiMtna LIVING ROOM BEDROOM rule, ..d., unttaaf l.4 propel i.l.r lila!) to aredet* your
Corp. ta Andy Mazon Yonkers, houM and the 11 toot wide 10s12 Idrti/6 "Qwllly H....." I'
N.Y., property, $::100., Sec tt- attached carport 1 II only 43Ji I II.
1530. teet T h* noun la a simple 44.3I 4".d' FRONT Ne Mtttr wliet SIll *r MICI .... ,*. hevt la minder '
1jIis M and Mrs. Juper R. Simla- rectangle In order to reduce the [ era If NaMi'dlafl), H Nilhai. the gems itll*> wtrk**.. .,
ton ta Fret Builders Corp. San. coat ot conitructlon and thus ..., leaabi. ttaitnitlUa. (.ll.w.a lad itrrU wh.. If (;
ford\ property, Pendleton A increase the amount ot usable I tirrUi tae .**...
; Reub.r $:JOO.; Blk. area pvnusniNG SUCCESS ?
121.Jott. The louse Itself (28 34
by \
and Mn. William II. Simrrwai h\ll IfC.
feet) boasts an Lahapeo MIng
and Mr. and Mr* Glen
R.W.Prescott CIftoa to Violet E.: Smith, Or- dining area 24 feet deep
and 11 fret wide. The front Pretty Girl
Gage City property. Minnesota Parlayed JJ/'n
I o4Ctvrs
Phon1 734-4887 Ave., MO., 8rt. M1TM.Ftrilamertca and door the I. handy three to toot the root orport overhint .

Development protect it from 'tl18.: A'
Vegai.Corp to Nevada Richard property DeCoata, |900.!Los, I ameJl plaster beilde the front Into "Destgner and ttutMtr' Quality IJom,'"
See. ttlS-tt: I door add a touch et eoIor Un 'Playboy' EmpireNEW
FOR Bin 1Rl CONSTRUCTION Ruth Nlltaon to BeG Mlctkov- the paved entrance Id the houu. I llOf till .New. lark Art rk.aa M-IUT

'' ski, Orange City property Oovt HIGH WINDOWS
Lot .. $30d4 SM. 118.30.WorklAStartcd. A frfllnr Of brlchtitet\ and
closeness te the tIIt-et-dDnrI la YORK (A$) Never 30>>, retultlnf pretax profit ol
t.aatat yN.s gives by triple section ef t Jal.1 vad.reatlmte the Valua M a OSmuUea.
sate window nearly even f.*thlh pretty flit The ascend. IhMt widely
pi- .....* coca --- In the front living room. Hugh M. Hefner didn't. bowl of K"fner'l entirprUee' U
MANUFACTURED AND SOLD BY On Florida Plant and la the. rear dining area.The I A* a. mult, he spiraled A Playboy Cube International
Nisi I subdivided
diniDf area *
bankroll ot JfiOO of his owl tnon club which feature entertain.
'AIPEA (AP) Occidental wan by a three foot wide I ey and $,Im In borrowed caps bent and tcanilly co tum dhoateaaei I
aofltamiflt dntet.
CONRAD LUMBER CO. a lal! Into .
the mllllo
HO playboy and waltnaaM.ThM .
Fttrolemn Corp tof at ewwrtru bookihelvM (aecMalbl '"" mJ]
"*..* ,......'. slaw. Beta. Leaoas. Tut' Uoa Saturday ot a $10 million the living room ode>)> a empire.inner. clubs rang up grot 4? MfURNOMEINISUM/
win MKMIGAN AT NOITM DELAWAti PNOW. 7J444$4 phdiphita mining factory la flab ?, and I central) .'I .. ., I man with a flair for lain of flU million I I. the year
llamlltoa County. heater marked N). til the .IIon.1. lilt bui dart nded Auf. 31, mi, the latest
toward the big time la IK Planning buying' bulttllng ttpalrlng/ ImprovIng
age wan act a* a men to period for which ftnirea are. ,
hid* the "NOkIa, Cn" from when he quit ilLs Idea week eNlable.
"" Inturlng or btautllying you1// Jinni It at
mafastne, writing Job to tart
the living room.
Ift Different! all wa bubllcatlo. Playboy, But lb. magailne and the these DtlMiil hiulneufi.ft
FRAPJKLY. The cooking renter 'Into M able are only a part of the .
wide and M lake ...,>> u a The magazine, with It* pic.tare llrnr. empire.. Other enter.prlM ref Utto| Hart ,.... 71441(1 irAismcTANomu
r factory made unit and la ad of only slightly adorned Include Playboy ....... tor '
I dittos to the work eouater and todeta and avant farde flctloa book puhllahlnit Playboy Mule PIOUS 'UtJftWH! S 1Ox7MVti /
well and bate cabinet, con.tatM and articles achieved a drcula- Corp which provide talent tor .UWla HIYKI
a buflt-la r..,. (ftl), ** tine ef 60.000 la lu tint lame Bight dub lad ponaor fad) IM.
evea Oi. and sink (g3.) A add 171,000 a year Inter, Thecurrent fOIIC'f'ft.1 Playboy Mod.U, amodellnf Tht Abstract! Corp. 110 W. New York ,h. 734-2721
waahef dryer combination U circulation than
and Want agency: let N. f .. AM. fh. 7HW41Veluil
the unit U optional The took II million
Playboy produeia\ llcenalngoperitlon. "WW W WY1( 1
Inc enter I II located "beellt.- From" that Hart the Playboy a resort hotel la "
bach". M lie batnrtom n*' egterprlaM closely I held by Jamaica, and a lecture bureeii. CeuaJrAbetnd Cary The FlorW
Oi tore plumbing wknb InttaHarlona.DLMJCQ reduce. ski. loll ...,.., and associate. have The company'* treetttt buat. Company t 1161. Indiana Ph. 7)44353
AXaU became big business net last year brought hi tr.VU lit W. Indiana f"IU 71W23Her r
The Lain lot tha puhllahlnf end of oa suck Hema ai Pleytmr, : W.JAwff.!...i
dining area flow Into
a ,
All c 1 t
Playboy totaled til I minion to match, card'
:::: itch ill .by IM IMAM lart) the flaeiJ year .....] JIll Jade Sake, Be playing tocu, hniceJeia.Odell *Wf. Coif Hardware Co.
FrUfton'iltMfalf SOl H. IM Phone 7)44444OdellDufftr
tt a large Jalowlad pdeod, Many ..... aid AY e...
a bomemakar win ..,..., sg ,. Itw.ll; f
*pM..a, a ned aW' *| tune 20t S. loride M. 7a.a.051J
ea thla Mrch. whlih could! Duggir t

..*taM lauftdry appllaac Htt Cre'D' Fa.I-So"tc. IOU) No fI. A, rb.734 47S4
three feat *W, ....... JH K. llvdl r *M 7H2M1AKWTKn 1

AnaHKtf Sbttk tl ft+1 raata>< M Mt* la watt the(U eottaaj fKr are" ta totaled any JIIIIHS -. ft """" II

eaae, flM pen*epos eiMvait Jams F. Clardf 1
the hfteaea watt 7344788Rts4entUI I
Shorts O. M. Peck LXSUUXCX' AOKIKfr t
M.1IOIItI vatehtar vhfia the wad arMW
*. One end ef the parch Wh i1th.1t t44; PhI 7SoU' '213 N. $.WMmr PIt. 7J.4.C183 e
lineage waS la ecceMuHe tram and Commercial Conrad .
Oa EapUr Road the outdaan tat garden .... WMMM UATHMll Company
i 11' W. N" Tent Ph. 734-2372
A emafl ball Mparat tiltIhtq anwinTlvfl* and KvVwM49 Conrad &**}** C*. ""

T0./e s Nh tt11feeey itet 4JhtM7 ... nn. haste byrepnAai...Gy aa4 vtaibhr.artm trom both Oil -.= -, W. Mkh>Mil et N. 0 .."* I HAL JlJuftI

if >ta*.d Ardhttti .1hMI. Siwits ......... mt |tf .. nenaaadbaa. thane 7 I Ben ear ..,
rtAJlt AVA&AAUCnaaa Tom NIItWI .1H K. I"l '. Phem 734W7
M wan t* *, .l bans lfcax tar .... ... IainH SHUsFirM6RByTiEithirBuy J
.. avaas5ll Irtae Jr Sato.w. Loail>.r Co. Lan Raallr Co. C

,,.,. N Omaad 1h.t soak fors .>eMSlti, taN.riub. sad tlalte ter 580' MI ...._rM/ ..... ItntI... I'.AdI N.. w N.M IT f Imprive Yaw MasanSORElY tfONLMawora fK7MWMtb 253 N. Ih" Phone 734-2414 \

.... I.o, 1,1.11, .Ir II a. anmuila' .' .ed ...... year Ma. ,..' .. snub ....wraa.......iade."of........... UtfNIIMJI_ A HAl Hun LOAM

..... .......... .,. ....,. '. .. ......... a.- ...... ttIa4 Wlodwelydeg DtLaM Padmnl&rlaip
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..0.'w Sw4y! 'r. '\ $ .ii loIWIDf
jQ Taa:2.: 'A.tA. M FMidsaseae :
r1",. TT cad. .. ...... 2.. Ceeer.M P odud.N. It Loin AltoekiloaPh. '
..aB.iia aa Mfr aimnnl leuAduy. 7U1424
110 No Jl4i11" 734147Bohiea
rot t6i. byt I H Maw earn* IUILDIW & LOAN ASSN. atarl.EkStTH. ..... .rr r..

GYM C MHHETT, RHkea11th "- REMEMBEROA6 1M.aell. T1.t. Arta ,.... msUf M. LIff t! Cc.a.

X. ao.Jnu4 Pboa.734433! JVS.aWHM Dose IT OToasdn II rr UM __ Loans 3tca 1.- 316 rtMA 7U293t 123 L Rich Ave. Phone 734.]201 ,*"

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MARKETING AREAS MERGED his DBAKD I otctB> ) SUN KIWI MONDAY,NOV.tim' lumen dropped lie price ef Heart-Study DogIs
milk to tie eonaumer has risen
and most parts of Florida are
paying the highest price of milk Found Dead
I Formed Florida CommissionTALLAHASSEE la the nation. Campoamor .
Super-Milkshcd By Tampa Bay where be operate FORT WASHINGTON Pa.
*, Campoamor said milk can (AP) Waggy the dog with aa
be bought for 74 cents a gallon
artificial heart valve la dead.
because a "co-called price war
(AP) The the switch should not have any and made the switch unanimously the pool! Itself would supply all existed there, but In ether part The body of the fwo.year.o1d
Florida Milk Commission has effect on consumer! prices. The distributors' milk needs The dta. of the state milk coat $LT2 a mongrel wu found Sunday by
taken the first of two steps to price which dairy tar m are Dairy farmer and their distributors trtbutori would agree not to Import gallon.. its owner AdaIr Roger, (in a
install a new system of regulating would receive for bulk milk under in effect operate on milkThe Either one price Is too low or
the milk Industry In this the new arrangement have contract But the distributor la Pensacola area wa left the other 11 1 too, high and the wooded area.behind his home,
state not been determined fret to bring in milk from out out of the super mllkthed but effort commission ahould find\ out Rogers, an engineer and research *
It t merged four of the five marketing Spokesmen; for dairy groups aide Florida to supplement the will be made to bring It which, Campoamor' said associate at the University
areas Friday Into a supermllluhH protested mildly when the commission mpply under later The Miami area la E Robert Langley of Jackson of Pennsylvania had designed .
/ comprising most of the suddenly revealed Ito The Import powers, won In a regulated by the federal government vine acting chairman Invited the heart value.
Ywfi rM itate Next month It plant to proposal to combine the Tallahassee decision by the US. Supreme Campnamor and all other milk He believed that If the dog
establish a market. pool under northeast Florida central Court resulted In lower price Joe Campoamor a Tampa Interest to come in with specific had lived a year the valve
', Y V 4Q which dairy farmer and dltrtbutori *. Florida and Tampa Bay being paid the dairy farmer producer.distributor usually at regulatory plan they would like might have been used la operations .
k will operate !In a different areas Into the auper mllkthed The former top price of 61 cents loggerheads: with the commission to ace'enacted.St. on humans Waggy: underwent .
in relationship than at pre*. They acid they wanted more ,per gallon dropped to 55 cent told It that the attt should an operation for implantation
eDt time to determine what the effect Under the proposed market try harder to protect the con Peter's, la Vatican City, of the valve May 19
EXPERTS'VIEW might be. But the commission wide pool the dairy farmer lumeri in regulating prices II 1 the largest Christian church Roger surmised his pet died
Milk Industry expert. said that brushed aside the opposition would produce for the pool and While the price paid to dairy in the world. of natural causes.

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BERLIN (AP) Two trains picked them op unhurt less than '
I ,Collided Sunday night\ In Com three) hours after they ditched. MOVING "ENDORSES.COURT
.jnunist East Germany, killing 39 '
persons and injuring' more than BERLIN AP) British European .
.100 others some seriously. Airway hu started
The official East German dally service between London
mews agency ADIT said the seer! and Berlin despite East German
'dent occurred at Langhagen 40 protests that civilian flights to KERMIT
,'rues south of the Baltic port of the Communist.surrounded city
Rostock. A freight train overrana are Illegal.A .
stop signal and crashed Into Viscount turbo-prop plane
the Berlin.Rostock express. carrying 35 passengers made
the Initial flight from London
TAIPEI, Formosa AP) A Sunday without Incident. HOUSE COBLEPULL
'U.S. cargo plane from the Philippines '
with two pilots aboard RAGUSA, Sicily AP) The :
,developed engine trouble Sun toll ,from! a weekend of tornado .
,day and the pilots ditched It In In southern Italy rose today to
,the Formosa Strait about 13 six dead, with, 130 Injured'
miles south oi the FetcadoreWands. hundreds of homeless and dam.
age that official said might
JThe US. Taiwan DefenseCommand .exceed $30 million. .
said Chinese NationJOlst One tornado! hit southern Sicily .
and US search planes t Saturday; Another swept over
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Expert In Red .Affairs Pieces Together Story Of Khrushchev's Fall legs 1 DELANO {nORmA) SUM NEWS MONOAT, NOV,', 754,

News From Washington
Fl"ITOK'S NOTE Three There was DO Central Committee of communism around the tant is the alp of tread*"* on the what was left The Khrushchev anyway. The developments
weeks ago>> today fflWtm Mini meeting scheduled until world. They could point to the wrong torn notion implied cutting back I seemed to come fI'McalMf'l
ahchev was a biz man IB theworld. the mid.November date Khrushchev loss of a Kremlin grip oa a useful
\ He confidently flashed t himself, u first party world conspiracy.: They ONE-MAN! REVOLT mil inky spending\ and the brass inherent In the Soviet system. WASHINGTON (API This Young sail la 'a newsletter to
pin u he talked with three secretary had planned to take could point to loss of authority Only two weeks before he wasdeposed. would not like it. The new regime may try to has been "a food year for political I Ohio constmeaM, that Johiwoa
cosmonauts In orbit Then up the vexing problem of Red over the direction of the world Khnuhchev was pie Almost everything that has reverse many of Khrushchev's freedom" in the Western will call the see tin for NM. II
things began to happen. Here an China's challenge. Communist movement. They tired' publicly as ready to ajwe gone wrong with the Soviet UMmt policies But momentum already Hemisphere/ In the opinion! of and that the president \ appear -
AP specialist In Commnnis When Khrushchev greeted the could point to mishandling of I top priority to consumer Indue ana world/ communism Is Defy created in the U.S.S.R. President Johnson's top adviser before a J4nt session. to
attain piece together the story orbiting astronauts by radio bt quarrel with Red China. cry This was more than heresy, to be blamed on Khrushchev in has built up heavy demand on Latin-American attain urge Immediate passage el the
of bow Khrushchev fell] and was his old bubbly self Tat Khrushchev ppeares to hav It was a one-man reve&I n. I a general education of a Soviet among the Soviet population for Thomas C. Mann, assistant legislation.
bring Into locus the thing that was Monday. Oct. 12. He prom. been nicely tricked. For all the years of the Soviet public with whom he !bad a larger share of Soviet riches secretary of slate said In a WASHINGTON 7AJ-
tripped him. lied the spacemen he would be The timetable of Khrushchev's Union emphasis had been oa : bern all too popular. In the long run. even the new report to the president on Latin- dent Johnson )) Presi
on hand to glee hem a gala fan Is obscure at time heavy industry which builds But many of the things that regime Is likely to feel obligedto : American. policy: that 19M has "deep satisfaction has wtQ eiarened effective
Br WILLIAM L, RYAN reception in Moscow. He but from available evidence this world and military power, with happened under Khrushchev I make concessions to these seen "a new unity of purpose in and -tit.
I the taking probably would have happened making the Alliance for Progress expanding?:federal
consumer Industry presences
AP:, Special CorrespondentOnce seemed fully confident he would picture emerges: I effort against crime"
-- not Just a statement of
be then.Much OCT. 1)
too often NiHts Ser His comment came following
jeyevltch Khrushchev left Moocow of what happened to Tuesday, Oct. 13: Som. Meet EDITH-the Firetime Life Saver goal but a reality. a Justice Department report(
The men he left behind Khrushchev must remain In the thing seems out of whack The More Alliance for Progress that convictions for nekejt
wed all own techniques to topple realm of educated specularlo spacemen land. Khrushche loans were made In the first six erring type crimes 118' ins,'
him from power. But there are deadly parallels does not talk with them by telephone montha of 1M4, he .said than In creased more than 1,0 percent
How war Khrushchev dethroned in the history of Soviet politic: aa would be normal. One all of 196.1. High growth rates In la five yesrs.
? A combination of the A suddenly called Central Committee report has him at the Black Sea Venezuela Mexico Central The report said that rnnvlc
military brass and conservative meeting; a speech des resort talking with a visiting America and other countries lions of racketeering figures
Communists using1 lessons niMinclng the current dictator: French Cabinet official Anal reflect a new confidence In Latin Increased from 43 In 1960 to 2S3
leaned from Khrushchev-was the military brass wielding a er report has It that Khrushchev America, be said, and this lareSrrted In 11BJ! and to 461 this year
.J behind the upheaval. balance of power: and. ulmatrly. received a telephone call in an Increased flow of These statistics covered ganv
Why was Khrushchev deIhnmed de.Khrushchevtzatlonas at Gagra telling him a Central w foreign Investment "United bUn, narcotics, bootle utng'.
? Apparently he lost the there had been deStallnlza Committee meeting had bee State Investors are investing in prostitution public corruption,
support of the Communist Party lion under his rule. called. However and wherever Latin America at about twice syndicate-operated frauds and
Central C lM tfte. Soviet communism I' SET PATTERN he may have received this info the rate they did In 1963," he lsbnr-management and other
bad been rocked by Khrushchev himself laid down nation. Khrushchev probably added. racketeering crimes.
monumental failures much of the pattern in 1957. He enlistedthe was enraged. Nobody but the '
them due to the system and the aid of Defense Minister first secretary of the party I'I I t WASHINGTON AP) Cons Even: the White House hit had
lMohe gress may be called by President a crangriss problem. When the
built-in bureaucracy under a Georgl Zhukov to summon' could call such a meeting
t i a
Khnuhchev who had struggledto sudden meeting of the Central Wednesday Oct. 14 The a floor pfoe of aoch flee,of jroer boen& list Sef in M them system,edeg v UHe M M laV Johnson for a post.election wiry pest crept onto the south
balance dogma with practicality Committee and paid his debt Central Committee Is In session. escape meta led haul fury sresorize them, that 701 ml torah toss raiiee; people. session to let on Increased Social laws the late President Kennedy
of gratitude to the old war hero As Khrushchev had done la 194! Security benefits and medl- left his desk to walk about with
at the 20th cal care for the elderly, says the head gardener He exclaimed
la the Khrushchev era, the by disgracing and retiring him Party Congress thin
Soviet party and governmentwere Khruahchev set the precede time there Is another secret Sen. Stephen M. Young D.Ohio.There's "This Is a terrible mess of a1atvn.
humiliated' by the Cuban i that the Central Committee speech. The speaker Is the dnur, a "gt nd possibility," Csn't we do better".
missile crlaisj by agricultural could have the last word even ascetic party theoretician Mikhail ----
failures requiring a turn to capitalist i, over,the Presidium of the'party Suslov voicing a long indlctment I
Hut .
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farmer,to-.feed the Soviet successor to the Politburo,, a of Khrushchev's leaf **
people and by a clear challenge body that was never overruled ershlp. Khrushchev defends
from Red China to the Krem The plot against Khrushchev himself In 'an Impassions' DON MYERS
lin's world Communist leader- may have been in existence along three.hour speech but his Cen
Ihlt'r. time. Evidently .from the hat Committee support has CIIIItY oenswoiu email a
'rPRIVATE TALKS moment icnrunnchev: left Mns melted' sway7. He U outvoted. r M ITM I disc. cal tnmi ese ** **
Khrushchev was not present cow Sept. 30 well oiled machl. OCT. IS TIIn sod Mil es H4IMM.HM.., UMIMI1 teals sri IN. ,.e'
I went into action, Thursday, Oct. 15 Kremllleaders
Tuesday evening, Sept 29. at a ery masterminded M Irm I Pout yes s tonal (SwrfMIKWTHIU
Moscow reception for visiting by a Junta of powerful meet with a Cuban delegation .IIIIIIIUIII (w Hi. M tin l *
President Sukarno of Indonesia, military figures and party but there I Ia no sign ef tial Isq> ataaeast. Clllltnil esee.. eeledw4 .
Khnuhchev did not know that Presidium member. Khrushchev. That night the ,. cone.f lire,feeloieydooryoe pica to go tirolg\ list ...tlltt plan.hU. .Zile bone fore ego .......... s... .... waw. pegees 4
his proteges, Leonid,L.Brezhnev! The story of'J957 and the sntparty""group Supreme Soviet (parliament to one I if) it'* "t. If it h, eoa't open it. swat sad ibis sirs tilt fmiljr aalentae alt. mi\ it,
and Alexel tl: Konygtn w-tnon was repeatei Presidium with Mlkoysn In the
to take over his Jobs spent Quietly from aQ parts of the chair, divests Khrushchev "at Firs Marshal Hugh A. Grove. of WssMnrton, TJ.C, thinks If< essential for fsmfllea to set a teen u u..AIINI atom 5ersassea ea ton a
much of the evening off by Soviet Union, Central Commit. his own request" of duties u conduct their own Are drills bemuse 00% of fire deaths la the U.S. are ta horns fire*
themselves In earnest, private tee members flew into Moscow premier. Khrushchev's portrait So he Is promoting KDITH, which is neither a hurricane nor a lady The program it DON MYERS
talk.Khrushchev They arrived! from farflun; Is removed from a place of Emergency Drills la Th Home. highlights of EDITU art Illustrated above. I Folltlnl S4*, role' Tar ky rOM UTCRS
had not been too points around the world sban. honor near the Kremlin
Interested' la paying\ homage to dosing diplomatic stations In Friday Oct. 18 Just after
Sukarno, a man who had Implicitly response to an urgent summons, midnight comes the ,announcement
criticized his policies WIDE RESENTMENT that the Central Committee .
while seeking Soviet aid In There was plenty of time to and the Supreme SovietPresidium
fact, Khrushchev was leaving tall: with them. The plotters "granted NJ. Khrushchev's .
for a vacation at his hideout at could use to good advantage a request to be relievedof -
Gagrs on the Black Sea. widespread resentment of Khru his duties because of his ads .
By all odds, It should have ihchev's obvious favoritism vsnced age and** deteriorating* '
been! safe enough for him to Ills appointment of relatives and health.- ZM:
leave. He had a formidable Mends to Juicy assignments at But at 70 Khrushthev had .
machine In the Central CommIt. home and abroad, his tendency appeared fairly rugged ", 'I'
tee In the seven yean since he to live high his one-man dec Saturday Oct. IT The press 1 ,
ousted the Stalinist stalwarts slons. his tendency to try, despite makes It obvious Khrushche "
from the party Khrushchev had lack of full dictatorial was forced out. Charges begin .
replaced about 75 per cent of all authority, to run a to appear: Harebrained ichem )
party secretaries around the show. Ing, bragging phrase.mongerIng 'j
,country The plotters played heavily oils decision, violatIng 11 HAYDON BURNS
SPACE FEAT many failures at home in the collective leadership :
Many times before he had agriculture\ ; In the shakeup principle. :
beet able to turn his back M and failure of the economy; la Now, new confusion reigns In I '" .
, men. In Moscow whom he considered the rise of youthful and intellectual the 'Communist world. Khrusnchm's '' II -,\._, t '"
his own protegei. Nothing rebellion against party principal tormentors. r1, //1' 'itl. ,. ,\O, J '
important wu in the offing structure Such things could that(Red Chinese, applaud. hi ll ',, ;' .. ..1.' .* .. wo... GOVERNORBurns
except preparation of a. welcome I. i threaten the party's authority Ian' but otherwise remain ajool, ': I' .
for three waiting to 'Judge what the sew \ .
a -ma space They could play heavily oaChrunhchev's ",J
team which was going to orbit I foreign policy regime mlght'stand for "I I' ., I. ., .. .r ,I'.
the earth. contributions to the splintering REIM HOCKED .. '
Around the world Comma .
silts reeling with shock, demand I ,
explanations. In Itself this
Ia a mark of the Khrushchev
decade. Cemmuilsti! before.had a Means Business
EXPERIENCEAND always accepted Soviet upheav- '
ala without question The melon '
this time betokens loosen<< :
Inr revolution.of the Krtmlls grip on world Progress I

When mighty.fall In the Communist f
world, they fall hard. Best Qualified ;
SENIORITY Soon. CommuaUta began to .
crept explanations. Khruhchev CEW '
HAVI GAiNIDSPESSARD : was reported assigned to
a four-room apartment In Moscow Tomorrow Is Most To Volusia I
L.HOLLAND. on a pension of IL100. a Important County
month. and there wss bitter
Irony la It. The same apartment

building housed VM. Molotov and All Florida! 1,
and Marshal Zhukov, whom
Qirushchev had disgraced.Now .

an appointment a* a'member of major Senate would set de la.. Khrushchev KhrushclMvUatlM would
committees thrte'of which art of particular be watched so there would be sn Every Vote Is Needed To Show The Correct Image Of
to Florida to
Importance and you as one of Its comeback. He would gradually
citizen bt pictured to the puMltf at a
bumbling uncouth dictator who West Volusia!
HOLLAND;I IS ,A" MIMBW Oft wrecked the Soviet economy at

AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY COMMITTEEA home lad the Communist movement
very Important commute whets Florida I Is con aad Soviet Image abroad.
The catalogue of sins U long Your Vote Is Most
cerned. fit TW ttermlnlnf committt they has naturtv the major scope responsibility and .u was after the catalogue Khrushchev of Italia'sIns took / Important

amount of ipndtturs In Florida m. support of ever.Publicly. _
acthrKia Involving timber, citrus, sugar, cattle, the most bnpTUatccusatloM Please Pull Down Lever '3-A!
and agricultural! production of all kind Our narera Soviet
seniority assure usa vote In tile proceeding umllitanra la the Cubes' .
of the Apiculture and Forestry Committee in sole crisis embtirasameit at
dealing with th* mitten of bnportanc, to Florida. agricultural failures sad 'the
strong challenge tram Red! Chi-
APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE-Thl* commit' ..i. But probably most blipif* .
tao administers/ Federal fund and .has major
responsiblMei( such as..defenw InsUflsUoris Bryant Urges VoltTAUAHXSSEE FOR GOVERNOR
"public buildings highways rivers, harbors airport .
*, flood control maintenance and expansion (AP-I'1er14-'
of activities centering around Cap Kennedy. teas have ben urged. by Cow.
Farts Brysat to vwe la Tues
SPACE SCIENCE COUUITTEC-Every citizen of dais general eletttms.Is .
Florida knows the Influent the pace procrim a efstemMt. ike fnnttg I I I IU
has had upon Florida. Not only .his It benefited Mid Ions his"Every FlorMlaa wee
the area around Cap Kwdy; it Ass also, poured coustry win exertion"
right to
sole e* TMsday
millions irate Florida' economy and will continue
Srysat predicted the Wsvlretvetlaf
to pour additional miWom. K .Is Important to all ta IVrbU's kUtory and
Floridians that w. prsserr the seniority that ghr* aged rVrknass t* at their '
Sptuard L KoBand teat M tt* Aeronauticaland troth early ".. fUr SB ., U*
Space Science Commftte.. whoa* prime emi5ymes wtD ka... aa equal .
mponsty it Is to admMstor. to a4 mattersm oppKt aty I* do DM N II."
the space fteW.Mi i
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First Order of Business Make GainsIn [ rlri1l ( 1 1Ma

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The Choice : ". '\ mLaD@1(

and the choice is yours. Don't volt'and

the choice Is theirs.

That's this, year's rallying cry to the cam Cyprus (AP Led
by a sound truck blaring a Bet-
Production Trends ViewedBy
'pilgn to BIt Americans to the polls: tomorrow. ties record, more\ than 10,000

It's arrange that wt should need slogans or perspiring Greek C'prIotamarched

theme Ot f any other type of Incentive to vote, bed demonstration In a Commumit-organ demanding* GEORGE HAGEDORX pattern Is so much more con-

but peat statistics Indicate that we do. It seems the withdrawal of Britain High.level economic discus- mon tha a adherence to 4t,

almost( un-American not to use the right to vote, 'e .' ; three military bases from Cy stuns tend to be conducted in that one 1* tempted to describe
term of Indicator the whole situation aa
1i .4L prus. broadcaul'
iut there are many who find It a "bettor" to get The crowd wu a mixed one, *, like the gross national chaotic And so It .Is to the

to the polls with peasant and priests, product or the Federal Reserve statistician who trill to explain -
Marxists and Board Index of Industrial or predict conomle
There are more than 18,000 West VoIusUns! and merchant,
the mood was festively enthuslajtlc Production These have changes in Industry I
eligible to vote in this year's general election, their place but w* need also, detail. i

and we era looking! forward to a turnout of about EXAMPLE SEEN from time to time, to tit re For the consumer It Is' not' '

80 per unto The fact that a president end a governor The march gave a capsule minded of t h e wide variety of chaos at all but supreme orderliness.
.- picture of how event in Cyprusare trends that are averaged out in H* find the thingshe
will be elected has skyrocketed, Interest playing Into the hand of the such measure want In the marketplace

>n4 will push the percentage of voter-turnout t $ a ,,1 Communist, the only organized An opportunity to look below Th* thing he has ceased to

much higher then in some of our recent elections. political/ party on the Island. the surfac is provided by 'want flue to appear there.
Since the Cyprus trials erupt. an article on "Pittsnu of Out. National economic planning '
The polla will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 pm. p' ed last December, the feeling put Growth,"' Just publishedby I favorably regarded In arena

And, under the law those persons in line st the } of many Greek Cypriots by. the Department of Com quarter. However we doubt
no mean Communists themselves merce. This analyze the post- that a central planning/ burnt
lime scheduled to close must be
the w
polls are have gradually come World.Warn trends In production could have projected the
i ,allowed to vote. Don't let anything keep you Into line with Communist poll. of 839 separate Items right trend for very many of

from the polling places for those who Lack transjwrtation cyt neutralism for the bland, The rang In growth rate I Is the S3! products analyzed In
down with the West and down
this Commerce
truly astonishing There were 70 Department
DeLend have offered to
the Jiycees with NATO.
4 4 ,J', wt eSiyl product*-about a fifth of the study Any attempt to fore
solve the problem, Simply telephone 7J4-2M1 or I na w :xM Communist tactic have been llst-which wen labeled "fait- them Into a predetermined

734-7800 and you will be taken to and from the P "bry: rh to and stay let events off the take stage their, organize course,, .." These were Items pattern would have produced

poll*. while the popularity of Abel whose rate of growth averaged real chaos.
above 7.3 per cent per year for *
the reform of
Voting officials, milting that the long ballot worker feed party and grow Cyprus on the period 19481963. The "mo Lana MOTieaa

may create problem at closing: time, .r, urging, the ana.Western feeling derately growing" group. year. NOTICE TO CKIOITOMK '
While the West ha restricted ly /Increase in output between 0 I'EMIWa
"that u many at possible! vote during the morningand and 75 cent-Included 185 UANPCORT on VOLHlI
Its Cyprus policy to avoid Jos- per
early afternoon hours This may relieve some Sling Greece or Turkey their products. The remaining M product

'of the load when working people begin to arrive allies In NATO the Soviet Un showed actual decline: In ELLA IUD &ESTATE aTACKHOVSKO or

ion has declared Its support forPre.ldent .ouxl
at the polling places from 4:30 pre Your Makarto, and signed output.SOME SURPRISESAmong T* an creditor one aU *rwnkavtiur

cooperation In this program will be appreciated. an aid agreementNo the fat growing ........ aald>p, ton. and Mtch .f you, are kwtlwBoUtlcd '
detail of the agreementhave group there are some, productsthat
And don't' "What difference can one and niulr4 Se sruwnl
a my
been published, but many w* would hive expected to any claims and II.......... witte"
vote makAmerican.. Elections! have been won a CyprIot is convinced that find there room air conditionersand pem thr lih-r .1.pas pey lave
nutStACKHOUeH oi a4J.A
and lost by the margin of ,one vote. If you believe boatload of Soviet military frozen. fruit Juice .concentrate its :,
equipment are coming to Cyprus for example. But sauna of :Voluif Worlafc 5 the Hon.
vote" will C.7io:
it is important that you then1yUir vote John C. Count Judge* ol
and that Moscow and Cairo the products listed a* fast-growing Voluila County al his" .. nee In the.
be Important. Differences Seen have become Nicosia' best surprise the casual reader: Cminty Conrtkeiu* In PUn. Ve.
Smouldering lull. County Florid within (IIriontBi
Remember, vote and the choice 1 1J yours; Sharp friends. vitamins, shaven, skirts and effervescent tram Mi* d.,. el Ik* fir,
Soviet Ambassador Pavel wines. publication hmwif All claim end
don't vote and the choice is their*. when J.noMi Ermoshln 1 he
cheered not
Similarly, w* are surprised tlm and l I" tilt manner arnrlk4
appears In public. Western to find iDk and bituminous J.r ln shall b* lured as provide 4OUd

r Over Clergy's Role In Election DriveNEW statesmen are booed when they coal in the declining J lI.p...... ft, A.TV i'e'.
r'7 appear la newsreel Prominent group. But w* wouldn't have lei RICHARD H. IIMPDOV!
A. EsMutor: .( the Uit WIB
and conservative Greek Cyprl- guessed that men's suits out. end T..).m. it vf ELLA ..
DEAl A3ZY a. ota have 'Joined the Cyprus'SoViet board motor, refrigerator, and STACKHOUSR oww4..,'

1Incident YORK (AP) Sharp keep religion out of our national date, Winiam Miller, .Is a Roman Friendship Society. !,,"'. w% shirt would also JORDAN Altonnyi a lor ABKRTS th* but *
,a I Many Cypriots are alarmed at show decline: In output 140 North Florida Anna
difference/ were mouldering decision on who shall lead us Catholic while Goldwater. PO.
Bas 444
:Some of
the trend members
: ; today, about the role,ot or where we shall go." la Eptscopallaii., / Doubtless th experts In PtLand. Florida+ '
Greek officers
F government, plus offer
Aa evangelical fortnightly. each of these can
la the presidential campaign
sent to train the Island' new
1 Christianity Today. published. la all explanation for what hap. OF 'uaUCATION
army, are known to share their IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or
at least In retrospect
Is Minorr l' Although they customarily Washington, 'D.C., editorially concern. pined, run 8UVENTH C1R.
confine themselves to Issues andswoM assailed the Protestant Journal READERS' Whether they could have pre CUIT, IN AND JUDICIAL
: "ll ._ d TIll possibility of Cyprus' dicted It in advance b another CoY ri, FLORIDA, ts CHAN
which have "promoted the *
It J a _L pubtidy backing particular slipping toward the Communist CERT NO. IS.I11
candidate Were hav been fet of one candidate and the question. tVORCBSTKR FBDCNAti BAV-
.....t.a..AJI orbit has been partly responsible CHAOS OB ORDER Dma AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
JUMN exception this time. election of another" noting that FORUM for opening a rift between a United ....,.. ol Anwleaoorportloa.
wily Not only has the growth rat
dergymMa4 till law forbid partisan campaigning Makarlos and right,wing army ylalsurt.ROBERT .
tVARAOTi WWe I was I* the Mt room ....- veral religious publication by tax-exempt organi officers who oppose Soviet aid varied widely from product to -ADAMS glees wait

kg the newspaper a TV rrpolnaM was fc tfce same nanworMaf hr MdorMd openlyPparidMt nations 'DLsS and support Immediate union of product It has charged JOANNA B ADAM a *lnitl*
Th Sun Nmra wlm UNITED
on set stt ,lie fled takes *.<_ apart aMt, Johnson or him- Republican In Its current tonne the mti- IaibrS. tram ./w H..... .e puhueaears the Island with Greece. Makar abruptly for some product wowan.AUBRICAl:THB, and THB aTATCTOr STAIS)
I teary were part tU over the Door. 'My' wile pranced opponent, Sen. Barry tin also disclose that a poll ot .Tree .am. N the wlter los wants to consider the possibility from on*.tlm* another Or FLORIDA. Der._",*, .
mMt Hi* fiis *a* th* aadro.elone. of n that TOt JOANNA a ADAMS,
ftto the room with her dress hanging open In the tack. Cokhvateri / editors of MO Protestant periodicals ,- TM ...., ......... ace' of union later. Out. product a sinus w m.aa
she wilt straight/ to this w" *.I ".11' .* ml Ie"..* ever SM w.r*. than 10,000 were fast growers between 1948 It..ld.l tlnhnow
!! *4 ",** ,/Il i This yes ptnduced ''repercussion showed 98 personally favor .. Abel claim more nc .
.. .
I* | tttr* ** *I ta and 1957, only S3 WIre still YOU JOANNa B ADAM ARaiwauhr
U he weald mind zipping her up. His fend were drgty. *, !lOt only In church curies: Johnson (0 are for Coldwater sums *r Sll)>s '* rnallllM members but Ezekla Papaloanpou : MOTIFUCO: lh.t a Mil
so It'*jut wiped them on a MB and tipped her up. After but slso In the and 22 have BO preference!, r
'ht' camps pf ._........ 'I.. PeN ,..,...... the 1963. Another 35 moved down to .hict -L AV.
he left I Mid to my wife, "Why did ask that \ showed "we do not keep statistic
you candidates However, the poll only maims and .... *.. al the writer says INCH AND LOAN ASSOCIATION,
man. I* do It 11 could have done that for you." She replied OBJECTIONS RAISED tour had printed endorsement will k* wlth".l*. cut they moa and I am not sure how much wa the moderately growing class, Plaintiff to rwtcloM a cantata
1l ......" M ladlMp. and 11 actually declined. At the Mnrtv*(. (inr* amrtlcularlr' d..tribal ..
"Your aren't and have recently"The
eyes very good you can never A of the opinion for Johnson and four others grown la the CooBlalBt. raid !.
get Oat little hook at'the top," I told her It would have big part bad either opposed or criticized party has a well.organ other end of the scale com this milt, which mons.* .""u...
voiced by groups of churchmenor products that were declining hi but .h. followlnf ii,,rrlb*t ."'.-
been I better bed she forgotten "that little book at the top"U Goldwster iced!: labor movement a thriving
.U lad to u k a strange man her get dressed. through religious. Journal Spark still wen living from LBJ Support youth organization a women'a the early yean moved Into the hrl4.rty, ttut. t -wlt IB! Valuate Counts
hat lINn Coldwater. Into '...t.I'OWlnrcateaart
She says I am makiaf a saosatain tot e C ft pMea.. I against this have a recent and-Coldwater state- group and a fanners' society, growing-even the Tk. rarest' its fret ol Let
Ken objections to .later on.Departura .
would )JIM your opinion. 118 plus the second largest news 11 wcwln the : (
mrat Issued by a rrw of
been raised In some. church Cited From paper in ()rprua. from th average innAND[ Jlaa..rL.
I d I' quirters.CoUwater. Episcopalian Including' aocoMInf to th* Plat at ntat\
1tE1J. JJVSBANO himself ha bishops U St. Lou1, where fi* In. Mp Book. IS, Fan SIS, ofth
suggested Public RMord ol Voluila
1 HEAR HUSBAND Your wife wee Murta MM e the clergymen "get back church was holding It*. convet:. WASHINGTON MERRVCOROVNDMagazine fOR: Florid tof
bit el ae exhibitionist en lilt end .t tile tine and Own I Oil Vial
wrong to their business" of protecting Sewspapers ) I Nat,. Exhauat Fan
tub*. i all ...'. brood about It Bad SSM bees tot* to morals NO ENDORSEMENT: and hood.Inel.Atae .

iMke feints. with DM strtntt she wovMat to** Us. MIn ."Th leaden of the church The convention Itse'f went ri the bonding and ...
ywr ..-..*. Get a magnifying glass Md Minify donf have much tin to worry record, specifically di awm" .'.tIng Is AccusedOf and" ....* with," ..._..
"theWile: hook at UM hr bwlMd( UM tacMeM.rCARABBYi about morals. If they're worry. the church from the statement i think that one of the most fwnlnhlnsa.....thr and flxtan th* Nrnltnr>lt.*..
In* about partisan. politics. ,.and reaffirming Its polICY ams'dng results of the GOP ate thaws, Sad toau4 ..........
My friend ...1.... ..* aa .. nomination ef Senator Goldwaterf
ar. said this week In his. campaign: of not endorsing or orooslnt and for ether ton*. and rot arc
meat wtth our husbands Last flight K WM, wry' cold wing through Iowa Individual candidates although (> President .has been the effect r.mlrd to til* reur Annrr to laidConplalnt
here la Xndlanipollf/ Indiana ,We noticed tile policeman concenfrat-' upholding the right of Individuals on ; an astounding number ol Right-Wing .l HistoryLyndon with the. Clark ef .ta.
'How "n they be abov.itjrl4 Court and to **r* a
on dIt beat was without a coat. Our husband 'said that to declare their! opinions.A traditionally Republican newspapers opf throf ea Plalaufr attornar.
Int M morality when w* find nOWARO P. WALTER, U.*
pollcmn cannot put on their coats until they are given further reaction came this throughout the nation. 'J.. 'I' .
Blacaya Bonkitud. FlorMa -
permission to In the tall furthermore\ ; Ciey have tdviesr clericals: : j spokesmen Who now week in a letter from the vets y A number of editorial statements the MlamL Jit* ".' .f
their coats la the spring until they art ordered to becom loud advocate of Lyn of Goldwater'i' horn church! should Indicate the trend By DREW PEARSON \ :Johnson ever th* head >< -t.r ta dafaalt *l whtehsaid .

leave them off. Is this true U so. we gal think It Is a don Johnson whose deals for. Trlnltv EilscotMl Cathedral laPhoenix TM New York Herald Tribune. WASHINGTON The mats with a campaign sign during th* eenreo.d Complalat by you will, k* uk.a a*

stupid regulation. Lay IBM wto to old enough to he a. power la my opinion reorsseat deMortns; the St. Louis Our lnecspabl. choice-as a sine 'Human Events" now being 1960 election. I>4TaU. > this Utk ear *f October.1K4. .
much that I II la
policeman ihouldn't Md permiMloa to wear Its coat. ) opoosltloo epi.wt* and defending Gold. newspaper that wa Republican used In political ads hiKans. Human Events: has recently nS VATHAS
and take It off. Can tell U this is to the thinking of very church I John Clark of the Climit Court
you ma a regulation or know!" .water sa a man of Christian before then wa a RepublicanParty ..' second Congressionaldistrict attacked Montgomery, Br aRAi.HU.. ANDREW
not? has been Republican ever publisher/ of the Junction City
IntifHtv has significant right-
On tilt hsixl Johnson al ii a
other : .
aide and win remain Republican Union now running for Congress NN
The letter went to Episcopal wing background.
l applauded the churchmen
being concerned: tint America! p. tora across the country. -U Lyndon B. Johnson. It was founded by Gen. Robert )In Kansas' second district FINAL SSTTLSMSNT NOTIC

'I DUB CAN'TI I JIM called tba bduuupcUa, India**, meet her moral responsibility to Dean Burch, Republican National The Chicago Daily Nsw. 3:. Wood when he waa presidentof Jf ('OI''NT't' Jl'OOS'1 COt'lt'fa14

Potle Department and the captain hid sn* M's tru.. But peace" and "to wipe poverty chairman, said' Friday Thla newspaper continue so America First and by the cotJNMtal'LOaw.
"t!! xrr&tk:
to eaU then U Mining hi the rtgtuil*** to trevwt a from 'our land." that men than 400 clergymenacross support the great guiding principle late Frank ,Raalghen. long a nlfIU. PAAXE1I. 0.........
IwUcwnas tram wearing ..,will h* want to tinier "Men In the pulpit bays a the nation have given ) that descended Intact from champion of right.wing cause Today 'nHutory >vTICa le hrby i"
da.ewem.l m5TLL
saul- Us shlrt-whlch was. he.rt wnrmUg.. place la th* leadership of, our; their names In a statement that Abraham Lincoln: to Dwllht Th most Interesting fact Iiwntor: of th. Kttat: : .
% people. and they have a place ta "th election of Sen. Goldwtter Eisenhower la Senator Gold- about Human Event I II Its Parker DwMMd.. hai 8. ,... ISthda
DU ABBY: So out of the 5M couple that minister our public affairs" ,the, Democratic Mil *siur a return to moral water we Pod no trace of th.MprlndptM close alliance with the John Mit4*f *JJoU10'>.*.Mr. A a IM..*. .pre>Mh-

nurrtad la one year 334 asked him to "alter" the dates candidate laid In Philadelphia. sanity balanced government ." Birch Society: Robert Welch, master. t .
on their wedding ccrtlflcatetT Have I ever lived a "I hop the day will and peace with honor and resoect T>* Phll"il 'phl Inquirer. "II the society's: founder, dated to th*. rnnty Jades haa*f p tlU V.kmaceav md

shtltsrsd life! In over 22 wars of performing hundreds never com whea a man tries to ace mjoytd by our a*. would N disaatroua for th* aa- that the Jolla Birch Society; M* Tee Awwku fin* thai h* rlald.Isd,l as nrh Bintor -
of marriage earemonln I have sever had even see such tkffl." tine, disastrous for the two "'"11 that w. complement: each Today I to HOlld. Nov X th* e lint day attr*7 request Maybe they knave I would not have falsified a A roan of oJ M Rmnsn Catb"11e' partY system, disastrous for other." 307th day of W4.: Then are 59 /./ ROT M POST EHCtART

legal l document tor my OWl mother. Or perhaps It's Wanted Water.UetnLOVISYU.LE Protestant aid Jewish 'k.MrsInued world peace to have Barry CoM- Carrying out (hla alliance the days left ta th. year. S,. MATrnrott ;uar

'Jut the d&arrace l behraea the CalUornlaas wh marryat (IAP-' a statement ta New York water In the Whit Hou.1* The John Birch Society1 magazine Today's highlight ta hlstoryiOn Attar**?* fnr th*

home, and those who go to such places as Nevada tot Louisville, where, Ky the flooded Thur dsv protesting till.*. ef Last Democrat thin paper. ... "Amerlcaa Oplaloa" ha* Joined this date ta an'th* 39th IV nuCII .. CLART; It..I-.

Jl e knot Ohl River caused heavy damage the Jenklnt CM In th* presidential donned wa* before lN$. with Human Events In securing state South Dskot. and ,th*,

a lhDAnold this spring I* advertising for eamMifq. TIM Kansas Qty Start "World Joint subscriptions. YM can not 40th state,' Moth Dakota;.'were IAIBOIE'S
R. lewis, Industries that seed lot* of water Walter W. Jtnkliw resigned peace would be better served by oaly subscribe to Human Events admitted to the Uuloa 1EDITITIONSbirney .

MathodW Church Foe Industrial u*. that lr not by request two week go as Mr.., Johnson and his" faire aad get the John Birth public- Oa this date
e 1 l'ak1le\d.. .\ cal forsia floodwater. racial amlatant to President policy will its roots deep ta tins but you can also get Glenn In 1301.'tile Pan Americas Exposition :
P JohMoa after Its arrest oa aswats both Democratic and RpubBcaAdministrations. Marts rabid -Washington NfWIbett" ended b Buffalo NT. ,
la advertisement tpuA
a aewipspw d1As'o '...*. I.IO'W
CONnDBi'IUL'I'O" La 11.--'
boasted1 I chart It would N with th* Joint subscription la 1330. regular radio broadcasting .
MM t* Ml s MM wtM hM JiM but kta ahhi .. ".... up the 'eHgr thai "hot closed on* 1"11. dertrmea said that all safer to keep hi"* finger. UM was Carted, by Station COMPORT" l*** Ht

Its ......." If you wut to hate him, seal OIVM him, sing Louisville Industry butane ol tnOAlIl moralityaiid trigger." Tb Jut Democrat ea. rate.Among the backer) of Human KDKA. Pittsburgh broadcast-
its doon" despite th* third wont DO Wt'toNeYMI "H'4WIOI
artier aUH( hell him. to.KAMN. .*t.-. flood la a century. The ad as- Insmsn wvaknesa" was dnrsed br this wper Vii Grover Events have bee Walter: Harelschfeger lag the liardlng-Cox election

seated that water pumped from being Md to "obsoir fsteful Cleveland la 1892.Th of WtecoMla. No. 1 ,return HA.I. W'rn4ul4
ProblemiT Write to ABBTT Box mIlO, Loa Angeles, the river fill the need of morel ,Issues related to public National Ownmltto .| backer of Jo McCarthy; H. L. In 1S50. Irish sovtUst. play
can c
celL For a penooull'fPl.y. enclose a stamped, selfaMressafl almost aay mmmfactur. Uf," such u civil right, poverty TubUcna end Indepeadtata Hunt tilt big Texas oilman; Wright, and ditto George. Her-! vty LAIJIblitNdie

envelope. and the danger of nuclear for Johnson report that 44 more Admiral Bra Morten a apart. lard Shaw died :

war. Republican aad ladepndeatnewspapcra plug various right-wing group b IMS. Praldeat Harry S.

bun.e.. Wore TouristsEEBIUT.tAP. Th cat should aot be used which ........ J. Howard pew of the Sun OU Tram was elected to his" .first
., aa "to eater to the prurient Eisenhower I he 1W and MM and fufl term. -

: ) Lebanon'srevenue. curiosity or to MM" *Urt httoutaes > Mxon la 19(0 have mad ataOar Ammo Uw fisted coatrftwton Tea uses ago-ta: tae Dlggssttunmit /
.. Ihihlshed <*fly uetpt tatardar, Ktw TaWa Day from tourism during of part of the public" editorial staltmrat .ta support to Human Event art WwtbrookPigfar. ot esters ta aa eBytar

Mf Foortt' Labor Day. TtAaUtlrta* and Christmas M. 1K4 mllUa'a lajJ9icted t. fctlala SM the clergymen laid.hI1b ct LysxVw 8. J aaoa tarPnsldMt. Tubes. Lewis Jr. Jack election: Dweotts wan cws-
| eIMIII'IIIt1? Company U* South woodland Bouto.vard. spokesman Jar theNational
editor .. trill *l the sato
\ th* pneld.ntW.e1ee KUpatrfek. right-wing by a margiaOf ,
iMUud, Ttold adder. 1M gas eI.W.,. ...lira Tourism; Department
shavU mobs th JUekmoad Leader.N MtFN
"" aid. ties of 19(0. whet tat late Jon JIll a tread that Vn SO*
tacease poatag* paid at D L nd. riartda. ', be ( T. JCIftftf'doI' became the first aU thinktag voters, whether R. t darting at Rumaa Streets yearn age-TV* UnltsdNatkws
Pwry Remsn Catholic elected to th* puhllcaa. Independent or Dstna.cratlc. ban bees tee. Strom Thurmond.IN laid see homes' had
I'n& M4.@ III, a B: Wt.tantt. Cdltor, Jaataa J. than th* prevUws years figure
JOt Join K. Bird, aronlattra Mgr the spokesman sal*. prasidMCv. the personal r nrkw pus before they ddd' Sftit CBroHalaa wb recent beca touad wtaia totems yearfcr
r i YAL KBrBBS&fTATIVUr4aa lacmaed publicity for this atnilattM *l th* can* which way flr ha woes MXo ty halted tM DemoenUe Party half II the IMng

I I Jeha tc etataa, U w.'NEb ale K.w Tort M, Hay, plcturequ MedMerraaeaa eat** has scarcely figured! ta *. t. Thee acwcpapsn' have ta favor *f Cokhrattr: John ta camps .ta ....

: .. ..... fa MUM. cavalry Ewrap and the America tilt prvsnt coateatMattrm roMntly: advocated RmbB- Ro seiot. till czOngrasmu ODe var ago-JUwy Maud taSorth
.T .
: .. If RATES to the lid factor: expected I 11 a member of die rat casxttdatM tot ft* ..... who" I* aow Weiss u awersttrffssMnl net Nsa aM t

1 .C By cantort OM year. 121: all months state: three to bring mar vtettor D4wphe ,*t Christ Church 4SHIc1.This- year they are caJ1Iat of fa*Job. Back Xodaty: Kg BMs DIet and a* brother I

month, SS,M';: M m MB, tl.TI: OM week 40 en... There were M figure available while his nnnhtf mat. Hubert all voter to cast theft ballets ha W Far Wtt: .ad CtegreMtnaa Ngo Kak MM, pnvioast ruportsd >

By enallr,OM year, Sil: aU months MO.M; tens oa' tee actual camber of Humphrey. ls a Methodist! The Jar Lyndon B. J....... Bran Algr. th* TmaHrp aultidK V4 buss aa-
enontha ISJf OM mtotb, si lL, tourist expected. GOO via prwkkntlal caaxB- Csrald E, Ottopa bDcu who attach Mra

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s --,1'r' T J At Bay THEA nt

Newspaper' Enterprise: Am.
second thought, we were" qiitfe 'LIE
alarmed' to learn that a mofi
was twine mad tram tin book
"Sex and the Single Girt"'
It bid seemed to us ortjlaally
e, tep that the book would make a
good. wholesome, rollicking
J fIlm In the tradition of the old
1 t Andy Hardy pictures, Med with
seemingly blema solved Insurmountable by heartwarming pro- Here Is The Formula

common tens*.
At we remembered "Sex and

.1 joUy the Single non marriage Girl." It wa manual a very for TAKE 90% OF MALICIOUS FABRICATION (LIE) AND MIX WELL

women still unmarried by the
NEW CLUB MEMBERS -- These ire the new members of the Hi.Y Club at I age of 23, with nifty ,Up en whatto WITH 10% OF TRUTH SO IT WON'T TASTE TOO BAD.
DeLand High School Seated, i left to right, are John Neelands, Bill Prichard, Danny sens for brunch having an,
Cassidy, Mickey Dyer and Percj Kehrley Standing, same order are Clair Hakes, John how affair to without derorati setting a lov Involved" nest, RECOGNIZE THE FLAVOR NOW?
, Thomason, Bill Foard, Mark Bryan and Roy Allison. Absent when picture was taken having two er more affairs at
were Don Whalen and Sandy Oliver. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) 'once, when 'to Ilk for money,
, 'I" 11 DEIAND (FLORIDA) SUN NEWS MONDAY,NOV., If 64 Author Is Dead SEES srqm. ,

movie la fact but we also foreiaw a a tmmedlatt not only a WHO IS USING IT NOW?
BUT BARRY DISAGREES sequel' luch u "Th Son el Sex
Richard McKenna. 51. author of
the died best seller of Sand Pebbles." and followed the, by Single a long Girl and" to happy be WHO ELSE BUT HUBERT JACOBS. HE IS USING THE 90% LIE
Sunday an apparent
series set against a background
Polls Are UiianimousLBJVictory heart attick. McKenna experiences of the Olympics or the Bay of
In the US Navy, fromwhich Pigs or whatever might be topi ABOUT DEANE SMITH, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY
he retired sexeral years

ago Pebbles, formed" the basis for "Sand cast cal.However the movie, when mentally w* tried, all we to I, COMMISSIONER IN DISTRICT 1 1. when he claims that Deane

Predicted Swim To Safety pit title was role Judith at an Andennn Intimate brunch In the Smith is against keeping the Courthouse in DeLand. This is a lie.
with David Sen-Gurlnn, Sen

NEW W YORK AP) The cent of the vote la 193 against Two TARPON men swam SPRINGS to safety(Pal after- sheer Everett will Dlrksen power. ,or,Charles by !using de Deane Smith has always said, loud and clear for all to hear, that
polls an unanimous. They pointto I I Republican AU Landon Republican more than three hours and three Gaulle.
victory for President Johnson I Warren G. Harding get miles Sunday when their 12 foot Why (hat war 10, we could not the Courthouse should here in his home town. The
Tuesday lOot per cent In 1920. Dwight D. 'alrboat. sink In the Gulf of Mexico Imagine But It la very dlncouraglng stay own
But Sen. Barry Coldwater Eisenhower 571 cent la flU the
be able
got per not to to
says hell win. 1956. cast of a daydream any better smidgen of truth mixed in with this lie is that Hubert Jacobs
''I know the polls don't agree Hpl't!'. a rundown on the which hu bees wrong on a than that, specially when you
with me but they never have," national polls* presidential race only once !have read the bonk first and
b.A said nationwide Friday night Associated by Gallup Dr. Poll George- A semifinal Gallup give poll Its son first 745 try per In 1928 cent-of ga\e the John New know hurried the down Consequently tile bookstnr, we announces it was printed in a Daytona newspaper! That is true;,

Press survey\ of polls showed I Johnson 64 per cent, Goldwater York State vote, an unprecedented And In thru. several weeks
the is Lie. Hubert Jacobs another 90% Lie
showing rest out
figures Indicating Johnlon'I'percental' 2) per cent and undecided T percent line then wt have read the a Big put
A random telephone poll by .
of the popular vote entire 3.foot shell of the aelfhelp
might century approximate highs. the 20th 60 Louis per cent Harris Goldwster Poll Johnson 14 percent Oct the Charlotte 1> showed(NC Johnson,) News 48 percent OR Single classic Man. Including; Sex"Sex on the and Campus' the. when he said 'that Deane Smith is in favor of holding a vote to
Goldwater 29 undecided
Franklin The 20th D. Roosevelt's century record 60.8 per is Popcorn, undecided Poll 6-per Johnson cent I led 21 California, declined: to-state Mervln 4. Fieldslatest I, the ;complex Sex'Without work, Fear of ,"Helen and determine whether the Courthouse should be' moved. This is a
7122 among purchasers of Gurley Brown who seems to be
MUSCULAR .popcorn In movie. They theaters picked Harry and.upermlrkp showed Goldwater poll Johnson 34. taken undecided 60 per Oct.Iniinola .cent 28, I' the U.S.TROl Charge'BUS Affaires NOTEDBut lie. Deane Smith says, and always has said, 'that f when (and only

S. Truman In 1918. for an our study we are

Tabs' ACHES-PAINS riuro tablets when you of Newsweek 50 Washington magazine correspondents A poll. Times poll-.gave 3737 The Johnson per Chicago cent(2.83 Sun-toGoldwII.f' no before farther, And along what than the trouble w* were" la, when) as, (and only as) and if (and only ,if) a fully valid petition,

*nnt temporary relief from minor showed 49 predicting w* still cannot say, unlei It la
(aches often and paint.edited and with body Arth-..toff.MM sun Johnson gave victory Johnson Their, 4M electoral consen son Ohio with Plain-60 A Dealer per poll cent by showed The the Cleveland Akron John sex that la w, no longer know what with sufficient good names on it, is presented, should citizens be

tibia Rheumatism Bursitis, votes to 84 for Goldwater. To cite an example (by MM
,Xambafo, Backache and Painful Beccon Journal give him 54 percent allowed the of removal. the this is
Muscular aches. L/JM theM Samuel Lubell His latest the Columbus Dispatch Brown) on how to attract to vote on question By way,
summary of nationwide find. M 8 per cent, and the Cincinnati men:
,discomfort At, all drug or counters.your money back. toga President: "Landslide Johnion"victory for Enquirer Texas -52.2 The per Belden cent Poll In hernia"If you on car your to cat put and a walk little the position Hubert Jacobs has admitted is his ,own position on

VOLUSIA PHARMACY ed high Instate by margins AP and bureaus were local In polls, New Johnson's report York Johnson week,ft ended per home cent Oct., IT.tale Goldwater give, for Johnson the 34, him more, you.dogs, Una.will and U probably you via dressed. a attract. vIaowner up the matter. The ten per cent ,of truth, mixed in with the 90%

121 Norti BltaL Thou UW3IJI and Iowa sampling undecided 5. Eliminating u a big uhhlt"
I The New York Daily News undecided it wu Johnson 6333.the Her it another, example falsehood, is simply that this statement was made before a busi
On the but train or airplane
man any question sitting next whatsoever" to you to will"the nessmen's meeting in East Volusia. Think of that! It is true. It is

Add Phone Add Lot suffice 'Do you !know a good
a a to LivingComfort chiropodist in Detroit** will\ certainly
rrasaur him that you're also true that a majority of the businessmen at that meeting loud

around the dock. ICs all yours when you add i handy bed. no predator. You're. "]just, a airs
girl with corn Deane Smith for his candid stand the issues of
room extension phone.Add comfort (and convenience) in other pota Well It's in, an right. But Is I ly applauded on

you Telephone live most Company Kitchen.Business Workshop.Office for Florida details room.colorful Just ,call economical your It what W box* !Is are office happening quits worried to the about Pro r the County Commissioners race. There is another 90% Lie put

extension phones. .. Sex dent' 1 II Establishment)ust another ,leisure now' activity that. out by Hubert Jacobs; ho has stated that the members of the De-

... -- like bowling.
> : r Office On! pit" It la 33)written of "Sex: and th* Land City Commission, on which Deane Smith has served for the
,t ': : b"';' ,: In'There these hunt page been about: muck 11710 talk past 3% years, would be glad to get rid of >him. The 10% of truth ,
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/ I ) ,aD.trusting>our ., heart evertaitingwith kind* 1, is there; Deane Smith was elected to the Deland City Commission; i
don't think' I hive to tell you
bout hsppena! that and! Twill you'll know know when what It he has worked hard and faithfully for the citizens of his own hometown I

to do about It "
You After,lake 2.'It a pi cool 2M" "" shower? YM ,Indeed put a since elected. But the 90% Big Lie Is that the members of

nearest harness on man your If rat be knows awl ask of the a that Commission do not want to get rid of him. Now, the overriding I
good chiropodist U Detroit.

r question is this: Do you, citizens of West Volusia, want to i

What'sso entrust the spending of your tax dollars during the next four

tough years to a man who seems to be an expert at the 90% Lie. .

1 1\. but not at the more pertinent matters of road construction, build.

: about ing inspection and good government policies? We don't think you

R' + today'sNational W" do. Vote for and elect Deane' Smith, a man who has demonstratedhis

7/ interest in this community and in Volusia County. j

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Medical Aid and Hope for Malaysia ; w I



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Triggered LBJ's Concern LE'r,r

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dent Johnson expressed concern 'i return te limited production
I list week over the prospect of boasted the nation' automobile .

r e rising prlcei. output to 113,(OS unit
r ,/'btWj For the second! ,time In recent during the week, compared with
months, he Indicated to the steel' 89402 the week before. Last
Industry that he would not be year the strike.ft'ee auto industry .
." 9{ hppy it steel price were boosted turned eut 175560: unit in
'd the comparable week
y 41Y Aide said the President fORD ntOSUDt

thought that sharply higher Labor problem also remained .'
steel company profit, plus the. to be worked out at. j'r ,
growing threat of cheaper for Ford, the No. 2 automaker,
li IU wtag into the entertainment
r VIEW nOM ABOVB The airplane DOW
steel' would make It hard
a ? elgn
which wa handed a Nov, I number of line hire entertainment .
Held. certain fligMa on a passengers
for the Industry to Justify price. deadline by the United Auto *. Tee ytm pictured here la offered en American Airlines AatnJata- At left Is

This Is a clew .f an aborigine Tillage La Malaysia as seem font a Maliyilaa Air Feree increase Top steel executive1 such *i Worker' Union for settlement of shown whit the passenger lIeS In kit sat He can see movie watch television or listen
liiiue at thin
more key in wnicnaUowiffaeMcwi
Medic It It ef dezeii the to tere V At right/something special: arrow indicate camera nose
helicopter carrying a physician Me area
US Steel's! Roger Blough and pictures
plant Ford end the UAWreach.d to tree tm ida wreen Uztofl laadua. and I inflict of &.be.
Bethlehem Steel's Edmund F
a national contract' terrain.
Martin have complained that agreement last month without a
the Industry makes too little strike, but plant,level talk have
money In relation to its vast dragged on alnce

Investment. i Ford wa* among more than a
STEEL REPORT i score of major] companies that 6 A
Pull Lever
YY A* the preelection controversy r checked In during the week with .
developed Bethlehem the sharply higher' earning The
IMi nation's second,largest steel I automobile company' profit

producer, reported third.quarter picked up 14 per cent In the
earnings of $.'ItI.2 million, more third quarter over the same
4t'r than double III profit In the period last year The nation Re-elect

July August September period largest petroleum company, .
list year Earlier. In the Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey' ,
r week' VS. Steel, the biggest reported record profits tor the
producer, report a 14 per cent first nine month of this year of
rIM In third-quarter profit to $799 million Sheriff
$55' million. RAIL REPORT

Talk about high steel price Third quarter earnings of the
has bubbled up strongly In recent Pennsylvania! Railroad soared

Aborigines visit a Medlee l Thli fIrl to being; trained fcir :Aborigine la tribal finery lakorpUal weeks' Some Increases to $18,J million from $500000
la Gombak Malaj Medic* in aaldwUmy. Ska/ft eae efie eral wise. treat hive followed but these affect In the July August.September
ids. for examination all parilclan Miner Injuries.Mrfko only about 5 pre cent of the period last yeir Other profit Rodney B. ThursbyOn
market. gains for the quarter' were reported

doctors borne tf ief/cepter art ipeW//ig regular mtJicol eon to f\.45,000 _t,. There was renewed price talk by National Steel Corp.

lees who lire at Afofors/o'f less /lUll" ". Tie / ". lectors, .,."JOrt of CAM, Sly' tick end injured tribetmm from their shacks fe Mt of two Aecpfas.Tie nonferrous metals' Industry, It Electronic' Corp.. 27 per cent, November 3
where price of ,
copper ind Minnesota Mining ft Manufacturing
I aiJWoa 01.. trains tin ebonglM" to coreer kit aw* peop/e. num. lead, zinc( and tin have Co, 11 per rent.

gone up In response to brisk Steel production climbed dun

demand! and shrinking supplies log the week. to Its highest. level "A Man of Proven Ability"Eight
U All but aluminum have movedup
British Push'Vieved Over SteelIssueLONDON since May 1963 ts the Industry
this month and the presidentof roared toward a record produc

Reynolds Metal Co, Joseph lion year. Steel. mill poured 2,.
,1 JN.. McConnell, predicted ammi-- 621.000 ton In that week. UD .. Y...ri Experience Ai Your Sheriff
'(AP) Despite to keep steel In private hands with public ttgnlatlon It bas nulls Increases before Jon,. per cent from the previous
opposition. Prim Minister Ban" has the backing of many leading been subject to some form of Johnson twice during the week Born and Educated in Voluila County
aid Wilson intend to push figures In industrial and bankIng government supervision since week. called for moderation bv Other healthv economic signs
ahead la the next let weeks circle 1932 when Its rate of unemployment labor and Industry In wage and came from a 20 per. cent 'Jump Graduate of Stetson University
with his plan to nationalize Why then are the Laborites ran a* high as 40 per' cent. price demand. to keep the In machine tool order. last
the/ British steel Industry. undertaking this difficult fight?' The previous nationalization economy from ovtrhtatlng Tin month and a rise In new construction Veteran of World War II U.S. Nary
The advocate of socialism They say the steel Industry is of ateel was done "so that the I nation's buslneM' expansion is I contract, Both are"
and the believers In private not as efficient. and forward. eggs weren't scrambled" a* the now heeding Into its 45thitrilfht Indicators of future spending by Member of Masons Elks American Legion
j enterprise are" marching resolutely looking as it should be and thatIt political expression glee, 'Ins month Industry
I' toward battle on this must come under public ownership Individual companies never. lost B"" &EM' CONCERN Machine tool order*-for cutting Lions and Moose
1 t Issue, to help, revitalize the their Identities Most managers. Inflationary concern wj also and forming tool used
A'A'm Wilson1 Labor party controls nation economic life. stayed at their poets voiced bv the nation banker, ''to make machinery totaled Trustee ef Florida Sheriffs Boys Ranch
I f m the Houaa el Commons by only Opponent have .a different- The Industry grew all duringthe meeting In Miami' It I 11 ton easy, $10743 million In September,
time from World War H to
|our votes, a thin margin for version. They contend]" WUson today; said the. Am.ricn Bankr compared with $89( million la
jetting controversial legislation must"y. .Labor to Ufc V ovir Irrestlv jieel t?\ 1Q ownership',regardless' :<< lid of the political Association, for the average August Construction contract Your Support and Vote Will Be Deeply Appreciated!
keep1 /
through Parliament uncertainties these Involved. man to borrow manes and obtain list month came to .17' billion,
NO HESITATION left' wing in line, other credit. The ample making the volume of new con
The Economist \,,' independent In IMfl the level of crude steel REELECT
Yet party sources' predict i ot production was U.7 million tons money supply may start. buyer tracts for the first nine: months
there will be no hesitation, no Journal of steel could IIY'renaUonallzation A rcord level of 24.3 million outbidding each other for goods of this year' I per cent higher

temporizing. They say Wilson is be regarded "U a ritual asap tons was reached: in I960 when and services, thereby raising than a year. ago.<
determined to get Britain's steel 'Ices. The bankers urged a Elsewhere. Comptroller' ef the
utilization of plant reached N pi
flee to Labor's tribal Your
Industry nationalised for a But It pointed out that the British per cent of capacity, tightening of credit through the Currency James J, Ssxen urged Rodney B. ThursbyPULL
brief period 13 year ago Sheriff
steel Industry could hardlybe federal reserve sy.ttm. that the Federal Reserve Board
bark under state ownership. The automobile and the Federal Deposit Irumr-
lif regarded as a shining exam Eggplant: "eat up" a good Industry,
The new takeover In case pie of competitive tree enter. drat of fat when it's being tried meanwhile, Inched ahead toward sore Co. relinquish control over
g Wilson! pun It off, will have aa I I'\I4I.\ The various firms\ do Start with about a quarter cup of full production as General stele banks
3: air of finality the old one compete on price, but say they vegetable oil In a Urge skillet Motor workers voted to accent 'Whit we nerd In banking la I LEVER 6 A

lacked. compete on quality for a single layer ot ,eggplant) I three.year contract .Still Idle not greater. centralization of
The Conservatives art organizing COMBINATION slices: add additional oil a* were about 11 ot CM a 23 car authority, but enlarged free (Political Adv, PaId for by Rodney B. Thuriby')

The Liberals for last also ducts are opposition." against As now organized the Industry needed or us. butter ,or marga assembly plant where plant- dom." Saxon told the America

Knatlonallzattoa.! The struggle combines pilvate __ownership nine Intead ot oil. level agreements remained toT Banker Association.


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Included In the new JIM- by a winch. "of, ij' 2 : 1 1

million Air Force Titan J complex The Air Force laid the cord WIn .u EAST r: } > .:"
at Cape Kennedy 1* a long, .r ""
saves a big chunk of money ia _
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electrical extension cord .
with a wiring cants. -"-, .
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big plug at one end ''' .
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new rocket launching AKM 4JTIlorn ) "
Somebody hai to plug the cord complex la nearly finished and a 4J5T1 "Qua >
Into a huge lOCket before a Titan :I rocket >ia scheduled for I <

mighty Titan :1 rocket can bloat tiring next spring. t. 1 A1ITIVQJTII

off from ita pad. Tall buildings and 250.foot ... '

Lt. Don M. Spradlln, Air Force high service tower sit unnaturally 13 ,
launching pad construction officer on Islands built of shell 4AK16 ...

grins about thla extenalon and sand pumped up from the lAst sad W.M vwhtmbl

cord rocketry Banana River Nwtt' K... Dew Ned : r41 :'

, e "I get a big kick out of It.Seema Building the complex in the 1 t Pit* 1 V PM t1 -wf.d" .

Incredible that an old- middle of the Banana River BACK IM TIME-How good were early naa'i farming technique IA PIM JN.T. Ptiv .. ;.. .
fashioned extension cord would wasn't the only startling move *? That' just what the Ancient Field Research Coesmittee Pa. < v rut : '. ''''
play such a role In the apace made by the Air Force. of the British Council of Archaeology to trying to lad turn Pas .. \'j.. J .. \rmi
business. he laid. The concept of putting a rocket out This fellow pours grain into a wleker-llnod pit sear Openlag .*.4-. KIt t" WO to ,' ,,,.....
GIGANTIC CABLE together for space flights in Salisbury the same way farmers did during UM UM Afl ...w'l! "f"'J: aI "'-:10:

The cord and plug aren't the building instead of on the pad U will ba stored until priag and then tested. ihould caeowrag
la another.Paining AND THC; PILOT aIEDm.Tt"Th..M photo et a tilt float amphibious holkooU *
ordinary household type found when they, 'N how depict operation of a new flotation Idea Jointly developed by the U.s.N''f1aa4 tile Gyro
the control .
around moat housewiv Ironing center. on many errors the bent player.In dyne Company to permit halicopten and VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) craft t*
boardi. They are a monitrou the third floor of the 23 story BEFORE RECESS the world make In thMm operate from very rough water. At upper left float art In hortiontal position for land
Vertical Integration Building of tough competition.In take-off and forward flight. Upper right: Float partially tilted prior to landing on wtter.
VIB-Instead of a traditional the match between Poland Lower left: tilt float are) in poaitlon for water landing Lower richt aircraft ia fading
blockhouse la anoth.r.PROGR.WI and Ireland at the World For take oR ia the \ rotned.
Banker Free poaitlon. rough sea, sequence
NAME Council Bridge Olympiad the bidding

The Air Fore calls it* new Reported ReadyTo went the tarn at both table
program Integrate Transfer and both Writ playera opened
the king of diamond. Each
Launch-TTL. The theory looks
Fait: dropped the deuce In order
Under Bond so good the National Aeronautic A PROFILE OF
Tell to discourage diamond
and Space Administration la pat Major DegreesVATICAN continuation.
terning It* Merrtrt Island Apollo
Both Weat (bought for

e VALENTINE. Neb. (AP I facilities pI..". after the Titan 3 com awhile then abused to the six EXPERIENCE AND SERVICE
ol spades.So .
Banker Richard Davenport free I I
I Air Force Brig, Cm Joseph CITY AP) Th Th* Jewish declaration, fnr tar the bidding and play
under J3000Q bond, was going .
S. Bleymaler deputy commander Vatican Ecumenical Council II I merly a chapter within the hud been Identical but at this
bark to nil office today to help
record of the for manned systems, explain reported ready to proclaim two schema on unity hid been reworded point the Irish declarer played
auditor untangle
the new spaceship philosophy: major decree before it recesses between the 1KJ and dummy's queen of apadea.
State Bank of Valentine County "If we continue to tie up Nov 21 even U Ita declarations) 164 council *ewlon*. A slate The Polish iI declarer did lot

Atty. Richard Spllttlw said launching faculties' for weeks at on the Jew and on religious\ meat exonerating Jew from play the queen, but played a r Bob Strickland's
the figuring Wit expected to a time for each payload, it will liberty cannot be mad ready blame for the Crucifixion WM low ipad The queen ol ,

turn up manipulations Involving not be long before present fscUI- by then. replaced by one saying only spades play turned out to bo '
u much as $4 million .
tie* are saturated and more Council sources said the three that Jews of today could aot be fatal to the Irish cause. East Eight at an Ormond Botch CllyCommliiloiur
Spllttler, who filed an embezzlement must be constructed, week remaining before the linked with the event of won with the so.* and returnedthe yoars
charge against the "Since there are few area* In session ends would b Christ execution tult. This gate the probably hat him to
year-old bank prealdent.sald this! country which fulfill the reaulrement insufficient to complete revision DElUDE men two ipade trick and two diamond "I.. prepared itnr

actual loaa was not expected to for launch sites and voting on the two brief declaration Many hlshop, Including prominent trlcki. I 9 ai a County Commissioner.Ha .
The low you
exceed fl 5 million. there la a limit to the numberof *'. apade played by Win
The bank 1* the largest of two launch complexes that can be American prelate argued nlewiklof! Poland aUo forced I I
in the Cherry County community built." The document which Pope till council must absolve Jews East ace and had Eat not It dedicated to
Paul VI and the Rpm. Catholic from any notion of delclde. building a prosperous
of about 3,000 population, hub The) Air Force would bring a led bark I diamond. Wlsnlewcki
of Nebraska'* most expansive Titan 3 rocket Into the VIB and bishop are expected to promulgate council father, especiallyfrom would have mad five odd. Aa and progrHllyt VoluiU County.
I ranching and cattle feedingarea. Install all the Instrument, are the schema on ecumenism the Middle East, said that It was, b* did SCOT the gam
ply- Christian unity r three too strong a statement could It li my enough, for ua to
load and needed for
The bank was taken over by a flight. The equipment rocket would be chapter long, and the schemaon cause trouble for Catholicism In see the I low spade play was .

the state Thursday, The next mounted on a mobile launcherand the nature of the Church, Arab Ballon correct It also ihould have

day a state charge of embeztle- taken to the firing pad which run eight chapter The debate on the religious "been fairly easy at t h table WE CAN BE CONFIDENT WITH .
meat wu lodged against Day seven mllea away DELAT fNUKELY liberty declaration centered on Few pliyrrt I II' II away traman

export one of Valentine most Four Titan 3 rocket can be The Jewish and religious liberty whether all men have the right are against a stilt contract.
respected cltizeni. declarations have bees t. worship Cod according to the when they are looking at kin,
J assembled at once In the gigantic
Two federal counts of making VIB. handled a* annexe to the ecumenism dictate of their conscience.Profmslv quern In dummy BOB

false entries were filed against Two launching pads are being schema which has bees *, prelate argued
Davenport In U.s. District Court constructed, each independent of voted and accepted chapter by they do. Conservatives pfd Unitnrinns1'ol.1:
la Omaha the other. chapter The sources felt it person who hold erronenu STRICKLANDDEMOCRATIC

1 ,Spllttler quoted Davenport u Three launch control center unlikely that It* final pftmulgatloa religious belief, are "othy 4Wnlk To Polls'

saying he manipulated the are located on the third floor of would b* delayed until the only of tolerance.

books by increasing the amount tile VIB with platforms for next council session .... which The Vatican' Christian Unity SEATTLE.: Wash. (AP -

of loan applied for by borrow spectator to watch the firing may not com until 1$6< for Secretariat ia revising 'the two "Walk to the polls." th* !Rev CANDIDATE FOR
the sake of the unvoted
ers. three mile away yet declaration on the buLl of th* Peter S. Ralbl advised his
The county attorney said Davenport Con i* the familiar equipment Isrstlons. debate.
patlahloner' at the University,
told him a borrower associated with a launch. It appear that the two deeIsrstlons The council ha* voted chap" Unitarian Church Sunday COUNTY COMMISSIONERPULL

would alga a not, leaving the ing. No more perUcooes, or will end up u separate approval of the II* said the right to rant a
amount to be fined In. Davenport row of television aets. The control document, their Importance ecumenism schema. It lay a ballot 1 III a tie satins should b*

would make the amount room 11 1 *o bar of equipment thus perhaps heightened groundwork for she entire rang marked by a symbol with IN... LEVER IA ASK PULL LEVER 'AMore
larger than it actually was, that it seems austere. even U adoption i II delayed. of Roman Catholic partirlpstlonia lug, and the ease of auto transpurtatlon -

a Spllttler said. Most of the monitoring Instrument Both the declaration on th* the search for Christian unity has given special For Your Tax DollarPolitical
are In four room Jew and the declaration ,
o away on Including Catholic parttHpatloa meaning to pilgrimage\ o* foot,
Loudspeaker wr used from the control center. religious liberty caused trouble In common prayer with "We teed occasional symbol

fear the first Urn at a presidential The Titan 3C 11 the booster the when the council debated thema non.Catholic Christian endIntercommunion cue to remind tt* that cartels ( Adv Paid For iy ft. L. Itrtoklaad. )
inauguration when War. Air Fore plan to n.. to orbit month ago u annex to the with Orthodox small seta has vaster man

ran G. Harding was sworn la. Its manned orbiting laboratory. ecumenism schema. Catholics la special case Inn" t* said

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IUItXtDRVY ANY PAY 70 OLD MAT AND LOCKIIM TPADOCNIr two! e*.>*r4 ** rridiM fir m'Ld me a. Man***}
{ OaeOP Ta6AT DA HIM TM TCABIM WIL Rates and Information Business Neighbors
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1 tnt II month HOME; : CHILI
NO V NDi Yf1AT ALREADY NM P11MCMHAT ?lei? nwt euQELY x JU .OFCOUMBHBISr OUR A1TMD.+e IA '''11.1. 'e "nn.lel..1 .. tlira'ntsl Lowman's Restaurant
A POOR Our TOu4Hi HD IAttTAPONI HIM NOW, .4E1 MUST BC I flREAT WARRIOR SOD MOOMt SPOIn mIlTS 1 eIoATlle In .... ft' Iron, t". $ua N... I.
i PUT wu.// ,.... 1:1 v ruoniDA AVE:
CROesaD aMORD5 w6R AN, ?l MI6? PAIN 1 .n.ttlJ. fir .alF .n. hecorne.
ehtt inairtloa Ant to Athena Theatre

CANDIn0MATtZWALKS I el Onnta aa 1 UK

f 12 pt. Ceuata M I Una. !
? 1m1mwm40 0lL HAM ON MVS Cracked) Wt rh _

+11 18 pt. C*..>* *. 1.1... Onl N. >of' for OmsiJB ARNER. tITT iii CABINS ... / ACtmTIS
8 n1 Itfe unIIOIWIACC pt. .... M 4 1.1.. TOPP COLA, BARQ VERNOR!: *

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c YIcEIO IG'Id' 7 'yt.-.: { DCN4 MIDO A WYLfft WATCHES na-
KINGDOM ti'tax of MwN6uR th p.m. dar b.tery Pnblimtlu tonally '.mou., S.rvlc on All
lundar ; ni. iaturdar mtlc.a Lar-A-Way your Chrlat-
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1frrleAwux } Inn E..X.... Tork Av.., PaLanil

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PDIt InUR UNCUT CONDITION KI 1 PROM MUF,MOREL? CALL'6 NWNEK! eUT FAR ; : FTTTCRB or OUTDOOR FUJ*' In 11+68, ConereMsUblith4 4 14 f iI..I.tiam... Notlraa 111 E Church, P"n" T34.ill!
i ONE OF THiKST KEPT SECRET* INDJKOPt V eloeER RIAN AAfY1M7No 1011 >d the Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission I Trani Tnn.purtsua. WE BIT WEOELI.AND
STRIKS MBAS MIGHT IA4AfANEIf1 i (ORRRO to tuner the outdoors recreation needsof IA AI' '1'.1II".M WE TRADE: STAMPS FOR OLD
00D.CHARUS! 40 and recommend action CArktan COrNB.: IICrFl'lIUH'OtN' STAMP
for the next
Americans years I Whtrt (* Pin SHOP, Ire N" VOLtHIA A VL,
M to fill those needs. This chart show how Americans spent 4 A Dautbntit *hnt. UT.I PRnSE 11..1111
= and will spend their outdoor leisure time from 1960 through I.Take ",,"'. .. Font Icrvle ORANGE: CITY
I I Ca4r K.. lliiu.*nin DID YOU KNOW
the 2000. It is from "Action for Outdoor Recnatioa OrQualify
:year BT7SIXV8B: BEBTICXB: Mark.t DNlc.t.. US A
, I Iru.7ELLTO4MY for America" a booklet available front the Citizens Com I F..... r>nnr* Church, ba* Chlck.n Pot Plea *.
\ mittee for the OR&SC Report, 1001 Connect lait Are* I Bwlnmlnir Pnnl' Tumlav _
D.c. I A Oar and Aaoucirlw.
IWuhingtam, I arneitin. Tar lima LAY-A-WAY
u Sonia. .) a.rY\e. Tour OiHatmaa tit BOW
\Nnm. Nr.tln Fn.h1IA It* I.'.. th.n fee
I Pitt.n R.1.1 P.rrtr.,
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AND WITHOUT PEAR, \.- ll nnrtriu Markat
t M II Dram" Cana.tlr. CONNELL & COX
II IIDOO a : 14 Acrnunrlni Tli S.rrlc_ BookkMiHat Ii t N. BlTil_Fhona 1.019.

II PaSi ln Pap,:r'Hanlnl PELAVT> HARDWARE: CO
.. 11 Dr..ntsklne Alt.mtl.1.. ill N. BLVD, then. T14. H3CiftSBepi
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POOR MB? 11 Itthv Slttor (Slid Can
I RANRFC' I* Bulldln' Ponrrartftra,
BTERRIRCJ TOY INS NC R.mnd.llnf Olfta Card. Peeks.
q BY NOW} i WITHTWEIPS REASON ? FCELtourTi Y tt Plumninf Bal.ct Chrlatma earda now
KriSSIWOUDBB. 114 RnoRtR 114 N. BI.... Fhon. T34-CJTS
I t ? ATt +LLe .. It vhelitarior, 1\.f1.Mttii.

V CERSAL. IIIi. *It!A 10'noorcnrartaf Prl tliiir Ctraml Tito SR! bed Cacktsls

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I* Tnanrane your lunch and only I W"
71.1 M W"rtr.fee Refe11IsM. hlTOT BEER, tow S, ;LV"o ,
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14 Wanted T* BorrowLTTB ONB! DINER: TELLS JLMOTHEBHollday'steak

PUTTING ZIP IN SUBWAYS By mid-IMS the first uUr Pities Cattla. ore> House

w4 s yiVWTERl\ eoMi ?IMiAO !ANIN3-T II air-conditioned rapid transit{ fleet In the United States will I.*. row P Pit p. T 01 N. BOFLEVAn: DELANOSeevty :

THAT U7 HAV5NTYA' ,GW'NORIITI'M' /POSTING PANI be oa the tracks of New York's Port Authority Trana-IIud- M Pita ultr Wint4 a4 BnmU

Z COULD UstSOMi FIM 1 \HCO FROSTINITHOU.CA eF/LI: son system. Artist's drawing above shows exterior of oar MtHCHAMI: I Purists"

NEIAUPNERII \(E4; "vni IusY.,. Sty of the new cars. The fleet boasts curved-car sides and cross- n Artlela, r..r Hal. II.fIUTV
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zt car ss web as longitudinal seating for maximum room' at 01 Waiar wlry' tllroultll PTHLT 311/hb. 1'110"
0 f shoulder level of seated p. engerL The flew fleet will re ,J Phntn Equipmnil hn11N 734AT.L
>plact> cars now la use, built 1909-28. .I AnMonw41A
g e "M Coin' .nd' Itamp 9 Iwlmmlnl Pests.
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IMTree 4* Munlral Inammnte POnt COVERS: i* |nw a* 19)1.
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II't liI M I Navigators I K 4* VulMlnr' Watcrlil' Then 73'.0:"
1 } 4* p 0...p equipmentJ
''t e I / I ".....In.", In''nttrtal note: f A, 6411 t Acctmrb
ACROSS IJaUu* Ctaaar It Farm. einmii(
Him*''I ihl* fur Uutinc* H "u.III' lfl"/""tArttii.
I tne th.- SAf AI Mat fin FREE OTTT FOB THE Ron
tl Il lyres' flttdllfe4la a4 revere Pints PwdEM With Lubrication and Oil Chats
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urtinf port <. .. STONE &
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(.I.> I Abnormal14C TEXACO SERVICE
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A JDPENreHJNO ivA lf byPr.k. an4 IT Dark ."..1,> 4>Un" It OflP BnMiMTC Lar.tN.s $169Business
U l 0 Hiwku n '.r.... 31 Polar nnlorar" 415pindU 41 TH Knit .
Vrto M Put 1E llalrl nJam 14Kermn, ler 44 Owl vied KtAL r TATBM
A BICDCMMVMEAO. AGAIN. ON MY... t: I 91 Put M 34"oof eel<(. Inil.iK In fencing I* U. ADAMS SPELL I'UTTO
... o Si ?] Aglt.ttu 1PIIdy npens aT rounds ., 4A Small amount .A H..mnT ..... .n" A........ 101 .. .I.vo. Plea 114.114'
M 23Smsesm 213.crrd buU s1 Horn. 47 Plac* *T vied Aer>a*. farm.. drarc '
t ANDS DtIu id :tRMene/. (. S laypI Rundr .1 nine 144 Art'.a. Wantel
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Anon* m; 11.1rALLDePEND3cP 41. Greek ltMT IIA Real Pirate: D&L CO.

42 BMdianta y a ACTOMOTiY1M 14 41 HIMb.b4MUs A"o ".. 'er lat.It .
) .! <.) JI Aut. J'1... II UnifcMiMfttra II Trail.r Truck
vl Pw.IIv' hlalt.tM II Pan R. arr. A--.IeI
-> GODS leer NdN : rs' te, 82 At...... IIA Paint lad BM,. tti., TODAYSend
1NTOTUS otIroF JERi DOPtN !BuUo r ... $: lot 11_ ...wll Ui .4 _t. ... Mon,* .o..l.. .
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11 SPEW. StrrtctiTHI IS N/IP ........,... tk Our FrlctiBalrd WELDING ASPHALT FAVMIJ : ELECTRIC WIBI1TQ : ..lee.... ..0... .1

tll/r$Tn tqt MACMIMB WOrtP.AB40NTID ...mivpr PfvfflM .... : AND HZPADX3 : rrto loss r
RINa In our tub ,. mlnriualnoa I STISL OB Ow Vat L.trugr.t.r.eI1 .


NEW JI.... at lift and tallatrlaa a. :
t101 yoa:a. unnal aarBtnar opportunity U.S.I MI... SSS4I21ArtklM ZION t WOOl woo rIr 1. NII1m u aKr* //Itlegld : i FURNiniRt$ Inc.m .

Wl arnka.RIHAIR tad raadal and BawtBf-r, MaaklBa.atflafaatlaa durlnr. tba ."'p, Hottday Ail......, fItrI.. III w. Oawfto Fb.MI4T4 .... RNI PISM : ..... WtaI a W. Maw Vartj. Art. Ill d-irtl
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Kuarantaad ar clef 41.1.1. 5e1..I.I
Carton* $ $
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DeLand Woodworking Co. WAmUDMBM NKBDBD 41 Hr MiFCNFUCLD 6' .... 41 t... 'M LIe.II11171st.. f$4 m*.

14* M. BOCNDABY. PH. TS4II4TRT0BB FULL OR PANT TIME. PMt. ALOWDf 'M Word |77 b... f 31 o.
0 Ea it shill prafarrad, Ovr 11. Apply. : ma oa TRACTOBM" (A.w :.PtNI'I''P:: HOOM Nrn. .K. ,..}. balk wa ,r In IT'S BARGAIN '
BERVtCBAL Can ..a," KMary MawarT and 1 Ilihia fura.. ,..$ ...... U).. Orange City |> TaaL C.... "It .., 131 ..
D1 It 'Ala AIRPORT Ip.0I.p ren'n'g. It J.t.rT:8 N4. \1.TA: % H/P. dood a54uRH15. ml U. VO si., Dstnnl l8ac1Phnn1 N Hn1 anurl. >|....... A lOVILV Ipaatad tvnilaiiad C B. I BR. FURNHMIO, O.B. 11014: 'II rl,. ..r.1\',. san b.t pi ...
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CUITOM TRACTOR MOWING wu Jacobs Motor Service ONI J'rltlay IVNIlN 11. I PVRNIil I i ninny iranut* aa6 I IN" ..... IM* aquara faalMMnraraa .=. .Itie::;, 1.rr: "s"- .I* Far "TT baLMl lea
UOTB : WAITRttti Part ;;;full tlma.nlnr LN: ML. BLVD.. DaLaad. 714OKICOLIMAN 147 .ppoln,...." .111 p.1, MM. IMppl. 30,1451./: and fwwy Intulalad. Frlaad "''I'' .. S* PI7...... tU Sal Ml m..
i141ACBZAGIl ho"... Apply In pwrann nnl}'. p.1.. 111aR)1.llol00lATlD NNDw$14.114Owner. HARTSOCK REALTY '
: A.4 .u.a IiOUBII, all alraulatlp. baatarIII. .* MerturM IIM .... Ul w*.
r.t.Rif.ak..l. Otkar adbaalart hltnl 11,1"'li4 aa.rt. Hri I. TMuata Oranaa .
Oaa baatar III. City
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r. .a< Mil kaik IX Texas .
3 or- tad furnaaa tt bantam' 41DELAND'S 114MIt.I .NI Pkaaa TTI-IIU r Bay ar Mfk4SR.

U alt" w..*.<..MN1151.1 pasl0.i: dnrar lit Blaoirl: LARGEST FRICia t. MIL Madam kauaa I I rlaract APT an ..r ._ 'II Far* UU/... $17'U MM.
p Toll BUT "I'TL K..... apl .m. yaara aid t"P:: :. aalakllakad. 'H.....'. Lana 0..... Radiwad. lal D..... |7M b.L 114 Dia.IMI .
To Every Prescription PLORIDA HOHl' OA. COMPANY .l.l, (urnlik**, Ctaaa !. .!.... Katka .l*>. TarBia t* raaMaaiMa tartyla .U Far bas $313na'U
MAN .". I' t4 ..... o.Tru.Y 104 B. Naw Tork. Ptona 7I4.UHBUYSELLTRADE ELECTRONICS and ' ..w.. ar .. tl4-4.i. Flnrlila' room. 'T-U.a- .. lIlkllII\
ant 0' INIa. 4.4rlvt.g. -rUaNl.H&D III,lot will Un Pawl ISM .... Ill ma.MM .
WE ADD SERVICE PA.e 714../11. 11"1I SERVICE CENTER 1 Nnem APTU: pay .....11. to ROOM H",. 0" MI "O'aHr w U MlllmiaU ".f. IZ7 ma.U8I .

lUR n..nnulala IaIIe ., et ..- MAN MOTOROLA 141 "N PTONttfURNIIMIO 4 ..... 1I'.ay.. Fla. 145 5.51 III.34.ry.11 OldunabUa !
POR IIVICI STATION PHONI ta..n1ll V. W. GOULD AGENCY bas Ill ma.tiai .
>UM Baada M aulekly aai ... ._ 11455. Radnaai I. .
= &*.* !'Y. rlleR.ft'l TUtllNO POI? ,
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.i w $ ..' taartfUtBB- MATHESD&H I Batfraaa) BBatalrtAt .11 C.1. 1147.DSMII t bl. in a0.u .
RPMhI, LaVallla a Bl/ 141 I. BLYQ PII. 7144111 II...... af Malllala. Uarla* .
.era.IN .ur .adlt. 1......... Nw..I1 Slop: on TTyrlt Roma. PINT WAINSTAND.' MMran' la. Ma P.U.FUMNTIHCD 201 N. Woodland Blvd. rVADLALh D.d10 UN IsL $3110.U .

a ..t rlS.Nq ..airlM.I Bmm.dla. Build. Can. 1p4.&nl WI.0. N ItM.'I"il.m. ImparlalITDaliaU' 1491 .... UI ra*.

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PHARMACY fR'a\'IA"": BauarwalBj tl4-WM> Bran tort* M IH faatlat*
HOP Cbavralcl KM 117 ..JMM
4 MOOM PUNN, RlMk KIMMa.orwii4 AT DrXaaa .
WI1vsIU AI for .NII dUIt '& A .l.11 111 S. AmaHa A... TV. RBXTALB $ rrloaiaTall .uu-. SLID BUY I .........* bell 17 LJnc.ln '... $N.5/
I"r.. .....a 1414133 RATTAN 228 N. Amelia _7346068REPAIRING 11M1os 4CI4MI.VNPUHN. aor. Baron' traaa.I I .'0110''''''. | bttba.. hat ....
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tub an4 minor npalra. MuM ka TAPB RECORDERS TT 715101 3.55 pies 534.5141 so "'". Var* .. til**, .. euh
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DURALITE PAINTS. OM PANT TIME WORK .'_ !21: Combination Madia with -and Hmlii' Dtu. ri "n. ,......1.F 1. ...., Pkoaa '....,.| This Week's Bargains* 'I' "f.o. :: Lhh.1
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.ra.I'1'lr..iM. rnonii at U44 RadiLOVIXY 1114 11.0 M.'e Loan Co. Inc.
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furnl'h.4. JuW kat pnt TO TRANttlB.. mull
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17 '- ,,- 'r' ,.|. 16 DEUMB (mOliOA) SUN NEWS MONDAY, NOV. 2, If M

; Meeting At 7:30 ,' .i\,. "\1 s'7 -1,' Semiiioles

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Q-Back '" J'fJ Moore Keys Colts, 37.7;

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i Brown Shatters Barrier

! Is Kinnamon : ,

twtthstandlng all the tol-
C I ode ml and hoopla about The Press
I t. y YA. Tlttls brought the sagging
| It will be the American League Stepping( "behind, the plat" l witches black cats, and hobgo- Lenny Moore doesn't have Giants to life throwing

* Replacing the National League for Sudol tomorrow night "will, be 1 1s' Him, the Seminoles of coach any damaged ribs a bad appendix four touchdown passes Three of
.along the umpiring line tomorrow American League Umpire Bill [, n .k.i. '1 Bill Peterson rasa up and soundly or a head injury the aerials went to rookies, two
night at the eighth meeting Cinnamon who make his winter thrashed their old.time nemen But h* doe have 13 touch. to Ernie Wheelwright and one to

of the DeLan-1 Quarterback Club home in Daytona Beach. { > M they rolled easily over down In eight games and 1 ts Steve Thurlow, The victory
scheduled for the Elk Club at SCHOOL STAR Mississippi! Southern and coach helping lead the Baltimore Colt New York's second in eight

1:30.: Kinnamon attended school in Thud "Pie Vann, 300. toward the Western Conference games seriously hampered the
National League Umpire Ed Lincoln, Neb., where he gradated 1 From till time that Fred Bile. title in the National Football Cardinals' chances of overtaking .
Sudol who proved to be such a from high school. During his tlnknff, the sensational pass.receiver League the Browns.

tremendous hit here a year ago school dan he competed In all 1 : of the Seminoles got be. Jimmy Brown ha* something( Roger Leclero' 12.yard field

was scheduled to speak but a sports and was: an All\.State performer hind the Southern defensivemanfor t too a football first TIle goal gave Chicago a 3 0 lead !lath
death In his family forced him to In both football and base 1 a 43.yard competition on the i1 Cleveland ace became the first first quarter but Dallas

cancel the engagement. ball.He '1J 1i 1 very first play from scrimmage a. I man la history to gala more went ahead to stay later in the
spent five years In the U. S. J i to the tune that Blletlnkoff FRED HUTCHINSON than 10,000 yard oa the groundla period on Don Perkin' two.yard

Army with n months spent oversees flashed away from the Southern ...Ex-Cincr Does \ the Browns' 30-17 victoryover smash" : Don Meredith threw for
He graduated from the Unlersity Pittsburgh Sunday one Cowboy touchdown and
Eye Injury defensive! secondary late In the\
of Nebrsska In 19(9'and third quarter for a sensational While Brown rambled for 14) scored another himself
both football and baa*- Moore
played yards gained only lAtTIMN CONMHCNeC
catch of 39
the head a 'yard
ball in college. over- HutchinsonIs Two of his runs, though, went W U T Pet Pt*. OP

To 0 During the period, 1949.53, he pass Southerner for the last Seminole never TD in for touchdowns in the Colt 37- n ft, .JI Loul.B
Big worked for till Interns RevenueVpartment the were. T romp over San Francisco Plttl.d.lphla ? 4 4 e UK IM |&11ST
Second unit I'ILII.. __ ,
In In the game. quarterback 14niton .4:' 140
Wyoming ITS
1953 he attended the Bill Melowan Ed Pritchett threw 'tooth 'Serious' The touchdown run of two ;,; : ?? i i iurrt : :ate m l :

I y Th* *....!. .< Pan School For Umpires and I pastel and five yard Increased New; Wearies Tnrk __. J s i :M 111 Ht
Th Big Dipper 1* back, but began his career In professional Coach Bill Peterson wi very Moore league.leading point W L. T Pet "I..O..
the Big 0 may go. asebail. happy about the way the game total to 78. and extended, the ... T 1 S"l J74 12*
*'. for the uninitiated that He opened In the Sooner StateLeague went and said that the general BRADENTON (AP) nine.year" veteran' scoring I p;;,rolt 4* *Jj Jj 7)4| Ire 155 121

"!means Wilt Chamberlain 1* in 193:\ moved to the physical condition of the Semi. Former Cincinnati ba ebanmanagr streak to 10 games. Mrnnwot ... 4 4 e ,mn 1t% jnf
Francisco and the notes after the traditional encounter Fred Hutchinson Cr"lJB**' ... 4' 4 '0 ;roe 114 US
back with the San Pioneer League in 19M Moore who will be 31 later Jjn rr ancl/a I II sad 144 ::4
Warriors of the National Basketball allowing year h* was in the was surprisingly good. suffering from cancer remained this 'month, didnt do too much nn1UlTlr: { lit

Association but Oscar Eastern: League'. Only fullback Lee Naramore In serious condition scoring last year. In fact he ci' .i.ViN"AV'* '
Robertson may be lost to the IN HAVANA was injured and that turned out today. dldn do much of anything. Bad Sew Tort 14, at .t'J''I\: : \

.Cincinnati Royal.Chamberlsill. During 135860! he was In the to be a severe strain of his left The $>ear-old ex-major! rib kept I him out of three preseason W.ihlnrtM* 37 Ji as Pbllad.lpkl JV tI
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the Tfoot-1 star American 1 Association and ankle. Naramore said he suffered league pitcher was admitted toManat.e game, an emergency Dan:,. 1 Cilreee 15 .

ol the Warrior recovered from worked the Little World Series the injury early in the first Memorial Hospital condition I appendectomy benched him for (Durolt lr..n Bay a1, 47 Ls., 311..seta Aenla 17 1)
a stomach ailment played his of C ':59 in which Minneapolis quarter when he wu stepped on here Saturday after his the first two contest of the
?first game of the season Saturday played Havana. The live games AL UMPIRE BILL KINNAMON by a defensive man after being worsened at his home on regular\ season and a head injury

night H* scored 16 points In Havana were attended by Calling Quarterback Club Pitch topped for a one yard gain on nearby Anna Marla Island.A said knocked him out of the last Kelso Sets

far' below his league record Fidel Castro and 3,000 personal the sixth play' ef the game hospital spokesman but five.
'average of SO in a losing cause odyguard with the entire park Naramore Is expected to see Hutchinson was "conscious His touchdowns Sunday
a* Baltimore won 102.98. being lined by armed guards, BLANDA lIlTS 37-68 limited duty against Houston dense he can answer"quel'tlonl. helped the Colts maintain their
Robertson lot poked 11the Needless to lay Havana won the this weekend. but flat's about all. 14} 'game lead la the West with Money GoalX

right! eye In Sunday night'sgone series four games to three GOOD PROTECTION: their eventh straight victory.

against!, Detroit, won by In September of 1960 he was Steve Tend, the towering Cunningham In 'other games, "New York
the Roysl 114101. The Royale''Stu promoted to the American Bills Remain Undefeated golden.armed quarterback of surprised St. Louis 3417 Detroit .ll.4
bad scored 22 point before League and Just a year later recorded the Seminoles, came through In thumped Lot Angeles 3717 bounced back Into the
the a milestone when be was afforded Heads FieldWalt Dallas whipped Chicago 2410 thick of .
the accident happened near fine shape as he was contention for Horse ofThs -
:end of the third quarter, behind the plate as Roger Marls great protection by the FSU Green Bay trampled Minnesota .Year honors by becoming

Th Big 0 wu taken to Christ ot the New YJrk Yankees clouted i/ The AiMtlst Press. But probably the top show front wall all night long Tens! Cunningham of DeLand 4213 and Washington defeated the world richest horse last

,Hospital when 10 ?itches were his gist home run in Yankee High above War Memorial was put on by Houston' George set a personal mark of his own fired a low gross of 72 In the Philadelphia H10. Saturday. The gallant 7.year-old
Stadium. H also worked the The Colt built 23.0 lead
It Is uncertain Stadium in Buffalo on the metal Uanda.. who attempted 68 pasts the when he swept gelding considered
taken in the eyeball 1962 All.Star Game in Chicagoand during game : Class A Flight of the Inter City before the 49er scored on John by someearly
will be out buta skeleton that eventually will and completed 37 both hole in the In the
how long h* through a gaping Tournament staged at the De- Bnxti season to have
has been the chief Instructor s two-yard to Dave
said "Oscar provide extra seats the ironworker league record for 393 yard Southern line to score his first pan passed his became
club spokesman at the Al Somers School For Land Colt and Country Cub yes Park fa the fourth quarter peak No. 1
himself said h* hopes to be able Empires,sine 1951, union has draped a in a bid to upset the Bills. But collegiate touchdown. The Seml terday. Baltimore tallied the first tjmeIt on the money.winning list by

*,to play again Friday." lip that says: only one went for a touchdown. Boles as a unit seemed frisky Another DeLand golfer, Dave bad the ball Johnny Unltas romping home first in the Jock. ,
return and the "Bring on the NFL. 1AST1PsoIVIIION and well.rested Sunday after a honor In 1'Oub Gold Cup at
? Chamberlain w L re... Ft*. o' Gunby, took runner-up tossing 20 yards to Bay Berry Aqueduct. .
Injury to Robertson overshadowed Nobody's about to, but com "'luffl. ___ a 4 IIMI t>* l"4 good night leep the same division with a 73 low for the touchdown This upped the earnings of the
St Louis' 11113 victory FOOTBALL tarlson have been emerging in A.1T..1t....." _u.._._. 15 4 I I t TI4 eST Its Its 111Hoiutpn 111 Peterson said, "We Just played gross.. ll.MM YARD pride of Mr*. Richard duPont'eBohemia

'over Los Angeles !in Sunday's American Football League clr- .14 rue 111 111w11TiaN their defense like they set it In the low net division it was Brows was the workll rat for Stable to $1803,3(1 w

other scheduled. game RESULTS dec as the Bill remain the only ,,L DIVZIONw T'...1. "'.. OP up. Southern Mississippi put J. Drucker of Orange Hills the Browns as they opened a compared to J1.7U.S69 for the
W. L. PM. 0* undefeated team in either pro **n rn.... .._ Sit T14 14 1'< only one man on Freddie (BUetnlkotO Chuck Wynn of McCoy and Bob two'gam* lead. la the Eastern retired Round Table His next

C net: nitI:::::.n I I >;;;7 1Itad.lphta .y The Autelittd Press league hanaan.dCity .14 1 a *I .41 11. .III.. .HI.Ittoiiv.r !In the first halt and Whltaker of DeLand sharing honors Conference He carried the ball meeting with Gun Bow la the

-._- I t .4 41 "We wouldnt be embarrassed : .1 1II.lJ 1 { 11* 53IaATusDAV'a wert giving him the short stuff.! with 69.. C Clements of 23 tines and Increased his career Washington, D..C.. Internationalat
.1 '.. wnytser'v151oss:; ;. / IAIT. ," said Coach Lou Saban So we Just J threw to him out In Mayfalr. J. Hawkins of McCoy rushing total to 10,135 Laurel Nov. 11 most likely
N tr* Bun. 41 Navy t T rk' IS Bn.ion 14
: m Army I. lows HUM I'rlnr.lnn whose Bills whipped Houston. 24 /UNOAVt RSSULTSliiffalo the flat and let them come up to and R. Morris of Dubadread each yards. will decide Horse-ot.The Year
:fe-tarj.:..:.: { { : 14, Brown t 10 for their eighth victory, "The .. .
t 14 H timii in get him. I win repeat once carded a 70. Lou Croza kicked three field honors KeJbo ha* been Horse ef
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\ mark ol a good team la one that hone TUT 4* \'IO"y. lit Lorrie R... goals far the Browns while Ernie The Year the. last four
T'. "" I SI Tale 14 Tort mouth IS I.n Pint SI. nklnil IT again that no on. defensive man In Class B it was seasons.
sac TrrtnrlVr.-: >7"*:.IIIIIU't': *T 1ATUNOA 1-I' (:....".".11., OlumM >. can make mistakes and comeback ca cover Freddie by himself.We ford of McCoy first in low gros Green ran for touchdown of but has yet to win the Interna
rv.rd 14 Finn e "
Jloiton lit Om-lnimtl Mt II 01 i If'ri 5. Bnitiiit U. eslate W* ve been doing that. made some mistake early with a 74 and R. Ferguson of seven and 13 yards tional.

Leul., ir7 101 IMrollH.ltlmor. Hill FriMie 54 ) M : ItiU 41. Ujjlflt a t' The Bill cam from behind III the game, and I was real Dubadm 1 Yll.d' ."*." Turk IM as 11ouTNMsrrts0t. again Sunday overcoming a lOT HoldingResults proud 'ol f the boys when they n. filth straight time Kelso\
'UNOAY* USSULT ,*U It. MltilnlMl 1* lead with a 17.point fourth recovered and went on to win. Vera Saxon et McCoy wa* first\ finished 5'; lengths ahead of
Clnoltmatl' 114. rwtmU t"1 5 or.i Tick II Oukt I quarter aa reserve quarterback know played our low with M. Gary Beck: ROSAMONDAIS Roman Brother and set
'1. Leuli US. to* Anit.l.l 111 .AI....", J 11. Mist II. i A* you w In net a anAmerican
('I......" 11. Vlrelnla f Dsryl Lamonica added his second and third units a lot In also of McCoy was second with record of 3:19 1-5 for
HorliU 14 Auburn S running ability to a ground.oriented the second bait and they did a 68 W. Kane, Dubsdreadi: Bry the two-mile route,
) Ghosts Roam 4.C. *t>t* IT, K. Carolina H attack led by veteranCookie N.. ( real well"When on Wente DeLand: D. Farrens.
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rultn* II, VMI S Gllchrlit and rookie Arts "'.......".I I. ll.u ..nmifS .'.r questioned about the Mayfair; and Spec Martin of Seniors
W. Vlrtlnl S MIOWISTMlahltt *', Kentucky st Bobby Smith. T.'tw.y Ii I"Ith. P554 a and Houston Cougar. FSU opponent DeLand 'were aH bunched at 70. Gary Rosamond of De-) Title

;Jn NHL Tilt Shin *' II, Nw il.r- I The triumph opened the Bills' Melanie MD.rmHt'a' Main.Win firli.hith" tu"f r mil e." this weekend Petersonsaid. In Cass C the low gross honor Land copped sixth place 1till' In
Inwt *
P.iv15.Sut II, II.IHInnii I I4Mlelt lead in the Eastern division to ISi Mss' Iw*. 171. T "They always have a big, were taken'by lCel Prey of Zone Division of the Harrison
w Jam. i Lilly: ..r.' III** 15515 i annual Punt Pats It Kick
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II" Tknu the Boston Patriots 79 while H.
I y The A.*.*l.t.i. >.. 1 t, Ktnni Plata a 2H'"' games over Ull Digit, tws. IM hustling bill dub, and w* expect Dubsdread with a the'Teny
who n.l after losingto Vi, .i-il. 'Uim of Dubsdread competition staged at
are ht hl.h Inilf also
It wu the night after Hallow. Tuln II, Okli' SI.u! 14Muhnikk I battle wh4n! we get out McDonald
tea and ghosts were rattling all S. MlHfiurl! Iklliin the New York Jet 31-14: It 4M. ,| 5150 y,*, 574.IATUSDAY there. Houston Is a coming power came through with an si for second Parker High School RENO. Nev. AP-Th new
.. II. In-tuni h field in Jacksonville National
ol&. on fit the eighth annual
the Detroit Olympia where SOUTHWSSTArktnui also overshadowed some sue TUN In college football and always spot.
over _
League II, T standing one-man! prrformant'P'Pl't Ilk 1. *."..,.F Smtii.r. tl| L. of Orange HIDs Saturday. Seniors Golf Championship this
the Nations Hockey Arli. SI. tT. 14. :,:. St,Ifr"S Kansas .SST J Mies a. 0.5.5,4. Saw a gives its opponent rough Anderson low net with RMamonda topped the year 1 II the same as it has been
Red Wing extended their unbeaten glee I, T n on at San Diego J. 'AHA Cri'i* HI' alesIs5 ." showed the way la .
streak to six gamesbeating : Tn, Oiri n TiT.i, .: 14T Oty 'I r., nil iiitii ,w., }Mill game 64. Trailing him were B. Jer 12 year-old group on the for the past three year:
,... t. MsCI.da.l. *...' M.hUnfit. a Savage local level and battled the EJ. (Dutch) Harrison a cadveteran
i'A1a WI11It.nt'rd Lance Alworth waa the keyman : of Ma fair and Gene
Toronto 4 J. Ill hlK twe, lioP. nlgan >
best of the other in
Two longtime adversaries 1 111, anon S for San Diego grabbing ... Mel sum (,infi'*. 4011, Miami of Orange Hills with Its and zones pro from EUisville\ Mo.,
Air Port J ArUnnaOkltlinm e kih' Iw*, lies High with this competition In the won the tournament.
76 and 47 of Dubsdread
Dickie Moor of tile Maple : ; 14, Cnlxritiln 11 touchdown pierce G. Dewosler plan kicking event, the Accomplishing: a feat no golf
Leafs and Ted. Lindsay of tll.Jte4 Nsw M.ilr* IT Wn'nlni I yards and latching on to elrtt.\In PAP.I MIIKSCf a ss.Cunningham. weakest hi'
one was on
ICUA Ik. Cullfornt ItBrlc victory **!** I. ..'i.** 11 P.r5t5 4, Heads PollMIAMI of the er before him had pulled off.
In 3117 president
'Wing held a rather un- Tnu reunion and Cord! \%..Mnrtnn14. S. rullf IIOrtmnn over the Oakland Charger "li<> 4. Inked Si Snlle5. Pttll local group and Tom Svegal of all entries in Jacksonville. iiflve Senior' Golf Tournament
.friendly '1. 14. V'.ihm.toi> *l. f lnterClty .
Sires 4 Teeter I News How celebrated the occasion in first place In the Western sector ..' 4. L..n. a ) (AP) The four top Dubadread. president The! bo>'* that paced all 12- Saturday on the 72nd green by
,by rewriting another line In the with a S-21 record nuewsrtl 0,..... M5h .,...1.. teams in the Miami Herald Association, presided y arokts In the varlou sinking a 12 foot putt that was
.NHL record book. This/ Week'sGrid Lenny Dawson passed for six Mil Prkl Or I ,..l.Piles hH'lain three, msil.i l SOS, .S44| weekly high school football poll over a meeting and dinner which divisions going into the worth JJ.500 to him. -

Lindsay making a comeback touchdowns for Kansan City and Crl.k.4. hin I"..... 114*. are still unbeaten and six of the followed the tourney Zone finished behind Rosamonda. A hooked pressure'shot on the

alter ,sitting out four seasons. Abner Hayhes gained 197 run JACK&JILL first ten have perfect records to Jbn Crowder of final hole of the 72.hole 1.'IS.000

and Moore back after one year Action nlng and passing in 14 play u ,aki M* *P* I. tIi MK Tlr* date. DMCA Winners Lakeland won the mint tournament cost pro Harry
,off the ice, didn't take l long the Chiefs defeated Denver 49 .I"Canine. BiMin, i S.m Miami High with a 6 0 record Bolt Whitaker of Powell- Urnblnetti! of North Bend.
to renew acquaintance They 39. t..I.... it 51 I I*Droll 5e 1.Oraktt S, kI < continue to lead till poll with Bryon Went finished with a Hooper Ford accompanied Wa."'., the tournament.The .

,touched off a tint.period explo The following I II a brief run. Ila1 Wlllet, :. wlmss'e. kt5h', ITS points from a board of coaches plus nine point over the weekend Roaamnnda to Jackson ball went Into a Uk aad.
lion In\ which Lindsay drew two down on the''football action. s4e yes.1. Slniv 1150..."...i Mel'501 Ififl., and sportswrlten throughoutthe to wart the Point System tulle. The event 1* sponsored .' cost Umbtnenl a stroke
minor and a misconduct penal scheduled by area 'team* this 5541 51,1" 15re5. esn. state, but Coral Gables, 7.0.U Tournament for members of the by tile National Football Harrison fiJllIIId'wttJa a '71

ty and Moore got a minor and week. ..WIIITAR'ER .Kitl. *,*** .**1155, / tan. eie 1e* lisp' a close second with 17} point DeLand Men Golf Association Lea.cS the Ford holt total of 271 Umblnettl, who
misconduct THWDATnag '. I "iI'" dearwater alto t.-. received at the local club Motor Co. shot a 70 despite he bad play eg

Pit Martin 'who scored De- Bow) at Municipal St*. COLLECTS ; 1GOLF' JUNIOR""l."."NO-TAP Lillyn5ed TOUMNAMINfl. a ter.144.ieeM.eSWoowM.N. IDS points and Palm Beach 102. Jacksonville High. In second M. Gltfln with seven while .. :,twIlItb Saturday, carded 277.Becausi .
trott's first goal while killing a .. IB was fourth with points was
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out Injury of the night when tie Giant v*. Redskin Immediately II* WtK, |14.',..<.4.IU tel' 4M Robinson
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I Carl Brewer la the third period The Taylor Junior High School Bob Whltaker collected: a *..* itk.4, up II.. SSI: l. Ht points respectivelyMiami Lou Cunning
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including playoff game, of the FRIDAY Point System. Tournament MIAMI' (AP-.Ti lint thoroughbred 74 with M.

;retired\ Maurice Richard ofJUmrtreal. The Taylor High Wildcat will tot members ef the De- belts *rri>1ng\ Moa- r

stage their 19M! Homecoming oa Land 1.n..ColI Association day at three track In the SLam I'ii

Elsewhere In the NHL. New their new field by hostyng the area to .avlt the npealng ef the
;York handed Montreal its firs Cedar Key SharKi. This will be The ball went \Into the 1964 C racing season starting .
loss in eight starts 31 and Bo the first night game oa the new tup oa the fly m the 170. Thaaksgtvtng Day at Tropical YOU

ton won its first gun, S.1 over gridiron, u the lights are being yard "01.. The lucky golfer Park. US OFTEN BUT
Chicago installed this week. wa using a t.ven.lron. Stable areas at Tropical. His-
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