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Vol. 50 No. 220 Sunday September 27,1964 DeLand Florida 32720 ne :=:..... ..-.::=-.scma.,1Se
Editor, 8m Newt
I I It's been some Urns since we've

\I seen Volusla a political popularity Hospital poet Authority of with the the West apparent Manager Speaks As 83rd Year Opens Warren

Six DeLand men and one DeBar -
)' resident but week; qualified
for the one teat on the board

Harris.left There vacant are by several the death Interesting of Drew Financial Cliff Blocks Climb a Report..

sidelight to this Issue.
In the six years since appointment I :
of the authority membersby Awaited*

Gov. LeRoy Colllni. next To Mountain Of Needs
month's primaries will offer the City's

lint contested vote. Full Detail Due
Ot tile original members T. jIc
H. Scovell, P. ...,." \ .. .... 1 On A
..... ia>sirution
V Proctor A. t ..".> By BERNARD BBHOP year as director of the dry's operation, took a lone, realistic look '\.'

F. Powell, Gen. ,'y Boa News Staff Writer at the problem > ;"V1 ) ... : Of JFK In Dallas
Harry P. Newton t: 'i, I Needs loom like mountains as DeLand bPinI.'ltl.13rd year Paramount, Sweat '1)1.11 financing Only a bond Issue could .....< \,
and Mr. 1! ., provide money for a badly needed' street improvement program 4, WASHINGTON! (AP Tha
Oct. 1. But, even with a record budget, there Is no intrepid planto .
Harris three But before streets are repsved or new streets added provision nation awaited Saturday the
still are on the \ scale the I@IIIIJ. A sheer financial cliff makes the situation! should be made for adequate drainage, the city manager points Imminent dlidosure of official

authority Only virtually hopeless' officials say, I conclusion m the how and whyof
death tint of J In an Interview, City Manager Wesley Sweat, la his second. out.A engineers survey estimated that}provision, of overall. the ajiaulnatioo of President
Gen. Newton r.. drainage lor Deuana would con era.., 1 ...' 't.1/ ttlrMMwt r .+rl John F. Kennedy.
and then Mr. .. I I In caress of $1 million. A complete A commission
Harris, has 'q 4) I street program probablywould CITY MANAGER WESLEY A. SWEAT "headed by Chief Justh Carl

forced changes WESTCBVCLT cost very nearly' the same, Warren was charred by Pn(.
In the person- officials believe dent Johnaos lest Nov. 3, with
sale Beginning Of Year Balances The city manager thinks perhaps Purge Demanded finding and disclosing. troth
Following the death of Gen. a change in financial structure . as tar as It m be dlsoovared"
Newton, R. X. Lee former De- wMS could Improve annual debt about (ho tragic event of
Land mayor, was appointed to service requirements for a gen last Nov. &34 la Dallas.rTBUOBELEASB.
the authority. Improvement program : :
In 1962 the first year the authority Debts Investments Next year's. general budgeta On Thursday, tilt eommUston!
had to stand election, the record IXSS.TT provides for Coup Viewed delivered to the President tha
law wan to written that all five some capital Improvements. For digest of hi bdIn,. a Haca-,
members rsn for it-election at street paving about a.12.5OQ hat ,
the same time. There was no op DeLand will begin the fiscal! 13,159! : U earmarked for next the water and sewer budget been earmarked And there\ art A summary .| the opacie4
I position. Since then the law has year' Oct. 1 with a debt of S2.' year to pay principal and Interest next year Is JlliJOO and, for allocations for new equipment hoe..|..... warnn Cemmhv
I been changed and staggered 494000 and .IIm-term invert- on the $103,000 debt Incurred the utility service tax fund,' for nearly all departments. ate report' win ho puMtehed.
terms have been! Introduced menu of over COO,000. through purchase of 136.!KMI. FINANCE TLAV Amid UnrestIn .U Mond a stitloa e( tho In
three members will be elected Moat of the debt Is owed for property by the city.PARNLG4 Outstanding bonds Issued by If new equipment war boughton 1'1.' ...
this year to four'year terms, and expansion ot the city's water TOLDShortterm the city to finance construction deferred payment so purchase ,
i two members will be elected Ini I and sewer facilities l1f76.. Investments are of additions to the airport funds could be decreased In till thick book later. to Whlta
,i 196 for four.yetr terms. 000.: Interest and principal\ on made up,,of water and sewer hangar amount to(109! .000. Thebonds )ear and budgeted! additions andImprovement House announced that the report .
And until the death of Mr. Harris that portion of the debt is paid expansion funds, sinking funds were purchased by Air were Included laID win be made' nubile Sunday
who had qualified for re out of water and sewer reve and r....rve..The city's Investment Control Products, Inc.. and re overall finance program, more Viet Nam tl30pmi3T: ,
election this year, there was no nue. program this year earned sold. Air Control Inc, pays than $71000 would be free for The book \h the fruit/ of the
opposition for the trio slated to The city's utility service tax 13S.3W In interest. principal andlnt'r't'lit. and debt debt service questioning at scores! of persona,
be voted upon in the Nov. 3 general fund Is encumbered to pay for Earned interest la not Included service 4s not required ol the Further of the budget many oatfcMcena' statue ta
election. Issued finance in the budget It will t VIM Nam UP took guard poets at ,Villas '
$417,000 U bonds to general : city. could totalof SAlOON up strategta the rxaminat** of
1 After a brief hassle over whether storm drainage and paw be carried over to next year The city's fixed aiseti probably 1100,000 for use produce la a Young military officers Saturday areas and sot up barbed wire I were tt reports, photna and
financing igeneral
o the ,govenor ,would appoint In,. as unappropriated surplus. amounted to 11,11.Tom at the demanded a Purge of SU barricades and gun MeS.Uonaoutelde other rxhrblta prepare hf" ftarw
to Mr. Harris or a la tile fund Dfbt.1I1'Vkt tot beginning of this fiscal improvement program older and bath and air fare lastaflations and
successor general only requirement freatyi It would net be < generals t Isv' tavy other pesos\ .......
I.I'a a t ganti& >
pre I
,"* would. be held to select ernmen soarca said a coup to It la expected to Ml wheehe
I", a candidate for the general flection. '_ /..'. ; : .10, :; 'artAside' from' about S23AOO cal possible., at any, am,. 'Troops Maf.; c...:'t tyM JOanJupremlef '', The earwnlHlMi ta 'convtaoM.
. FI'Pro
l It was ordered that the primary ie'Fiiiraiiigs '" for sine avmtha *
'ot \/ ,. ,f / marked 'next! year to pay fnrproperty : was beyond wM, that Oka slut
:tin method would be used. ,, the 1 out of town to deal with a tribal ,//Gatau/ h.. Tees
purchased by city,
With seven candidates\ in the I " l .. the general fund Is fret from rD''f. LBJ' uprMtif to the central moun
U cangain Okays
race, H 1 Is doubtful ene talon
DeLand Is one of
a majority) in the tint primary The spate of military\ ictMty
Oct. .. Thai, we win have the few Florida cities la that In Saigon fame after UghtfalL I
San Kete
a second primary on Oct. 13. Race Issue Removed enviable category Two main roads leading to the I /% .
I, When the primary decision was Sweat believes whatever financing Hot Pursuit nary base on tilt Saigon wster
reached.! It was also\ ordered that Is done must be accomplished front were closed by barbed Hardbound Edition I
rtjlitration books be closed within the existing tax wire barricades and three
not only for the primary but for structure i taxes shoulda be 30mm eanam mounted M Approximately 40 cedars at.
: the general election as welL raised front the existing :35 mills trucks guarded each entrance. ready lava been received at
I I' This, in effect, disenfranchised From Riots In North The city! manager expressed Into China Machine funs were spotted tile DeUnd Sue New for the
some wh would have been eligible Views on severs other problem alma sk1* t the base and rolls af hardbound kook of the Warren
to vote had the books: been and areas of municipal aetlvltylA1'NEXATON i herbal wire were at various Commission fun detailed report '

kept open until Oct. I.j WASHINGTON (A?) TO pIIr.... They were not riots ell to the middle twenties.. . vsrloualy > WASH&tGTON f AP Pred locations across the ready are' .*.to' be strung on tilt aMasstaiatiMi ofPresident
j BOOM' REOI'ENEDAlter. Director\ J. :Zdgar:: Hoover Negroes against whites or characterized! by responsible dent Johnson reportedly] has TROOP Acn\Tnr John f. Kennedy
another brief period of said Saturday nine recent riots lathe whites against Negroes. And people as 'school drop-out.' A long'range Issue, according decided that U Communist Marines whisked through the Because tt th. tremmdouaresponie '
unrest, sharper minds prevailedand the northern United States were they were not a direct out. young punks' 'eMU'IIOI1Ieod.-. to the city manager He believes planes nark US naval forcesoperating city in trucks, Others wereguarding to The Associated
it was decided to reopen still not race riots and were not organized growth of conventional civil lums,' and 'drunken kids" I expansion Is necessary for DeI I off Viet Nam. American I the non and roads Press' offer to distribute tile

books. Now Oct.those S to eligible register for by the Communist par rights protent" Hoover said the presence of Land. bat thinks every detsll fighters ran chess them, ; leading to navy headquarters.Fifteen book to Its members for Hula
have until election. They will ty or any other group NO EVIDENCE reporters and television. earner \ should .be worked out before It \ii serves the Red China frontier If soldiers hi combat at only! SI.SO. initial order waa

the not, general however, be able to vote in In a II page report ordered Hoover said 'no evidence was as at the riots 'provided aa opportunity f attempted necessary dress were on guard mstde she limited to 2m.
the primaries.The by President Johnson, Hoover I found that the riots were organized for Hit seeking InitlvWuaU "We have made a atari* Sweat The derision\ to provide more main post office All readers wishing to pur
primaries said that while racial tensions on a national basis by to publicize wild charges I lay,. >"Our city officials ar' authority he. UJI. pilots A WcaUhec machine gun and chase the Oluitrsted volume.
two upcoming praise
will crt taxpayers a considerable were a contributing factor, inmost any single person, group" of Ic.e".d w r... 'Me 'c..I1..... .. .... Tent to apply the principle of "!IIIt rocket launcher were perched at at this pries are urged to re-,
amount of money, and they "none of the tine occur persons, or organization. pursuit" and deny the Commit the kIiM ot the military air servo their copies aa amen sipoMlblo
win add to the woes and work of cancel warn a 'race riot 1a tINt He said the Communist party lilt "prtvuVfod sanctuary"reportedly \# by stopping at or by
the supervisor of registration's accepted man I lac of the la this country "do a' not appear was prompted by the Troops bivouacked oa Mialawn eadlnff chart or money order
office already snowed,under by to'' have officially' butt- gad Chinese movement of Is. ol the peruses office to the Sun News.Isdlc.dau .
the November voting. gated July rioting ta the Negro On The Inside. val built Jet warplanes. Into building and barbed wire are, that com
Voter TotalIs areas of New York City blocked off one entrance to the merctal, publishers editkwa
We are not expert In the field Communist Wt Nam early Is
of elections, but we do believe' "thouirh Its members were observed brag general etaff IleetllUIIWrt.'J'1I war retail far", from DM taWM.
< ta and August.BOATS .
could taking part some '
feasible :
that a more way
have ben found to.handle the It* former members are leaden" PAGE 10 Helen Cobl,'. Introduced ot had Tha. convert Due ,** at u.suburb Delivery If exported wlthittwo
'' The aircraft wars
situation. of groups seeking to n. to three weeks. Announce
die 13,39.7 plolt.Negro unrest MCOltrthOuMmanta" Corn Into the ares after American The. government IIIUI'C'ts ha thoSu.,
If a primary was definitely boats Khaaa reoatved. the uMmatum meat was made hi
fated, then It should have hen Among flute groups the report ; ARC aid planes and other Maste InsiaOatlofls torpedo U North haters flyteg to Baa ... Thuot I Newt wheir tM'" have
set up as soon as possible after mentioned! \ were the Progressive Dora-hit fimiUa, attacks ICenmd .. see .Tenn '

Mr. Harris' death, thus eliminating Labor movement' and PAGE lJ-tdltm-1tlbtckj Viet Americas Nam JnOowuif destroyers in tile on .A............ .
much of this Ust-mlauta ruth For the Labor Vanguard.
Primary I Sen. Holland Tonkin Gulf Aug. J.
and confusion: The report covered the PETS ;
BETTEX WAT probes of rioting between JotyIS B nurd BJ.h+op'g The S4M| eace of events" bvfl.cafes .

We think a better way would and Sept 7 la New Tort dry ,' -City Hall CbtU a slow s4.. rsartous eca I
have beet to appoint a successor Supervisor tf RegUtrstlo and Rochester 1'f.' T.I Jersey holes of Me danger of direct wt.H
to Mr. Harris and Jet this feet.vldaal Katherine Odham has announced Dry Elizabeth and Paterson, ter. UJ-ChhMM. dukes la south
stand.l*ctk* OB the earliest that there are IJJ87' registered scat Asia. ,
NJ.J Dbonoor. BLj rhiladej- of D ltona. .
to the
to vote
method Democrats eligible
ballet\ This Is to he- .
primary This situation likely
pith: Sea** Ore. and Ilamp-
would have reduced cost sad confusion : special primaries seat mouth to ton Beach,,N.H. PACE 11 Benefit It'ltd.fot Garden Center come more tense, and probably -I' -dl UPbdISAT..... ICh.CkTbls

eonafctersMjr. nominate a candidate tit tile AnACU IEnEUM PAGE 11-United fund committee set! much' ran serious.' If oXnfcv =r' ,*NH. I
of candidates aim West Tomato Hospital AaU1nrtt7ContmIItklll. :
The quantity rating political conditions! "
Hoover said a common char I4gD4fsralc.
U surprising when we reaUn the meeting South VM Nam tempt the Cammualstj ') "
authority poets carry no salary. The voter registration books : "act..<.<.iItIe... of attack die riots a aO was a of 4-H activities. f. npMt tile disorder J._ Holmes' I
ITS been fifflcult at times to were closed last Monday, for tile !* constituted PAGE 17-Plctom,story inetaMllty
thai ODe or two who RejUtrattoaof aathta ity without\ pur construction behindachedulr ) and political .' It Defnse. Ever benszw '
Cad more special primaries. PAGE M-School I n : A buildup of 1IIiJI'.,, pros "
would enter campaigns Jar pay* eHftble vibes the generalelecttoa pose or object"Some w ItfrttanWa
Hacf tI1 Inside bath VIM flam/ by"
; pkM Aeroapeee'Day tares
Perbaps of the riots often were
tag city or county poets. continues. 18...... Red guerrilla strikes [ Seep I 1M4k1reMsWfrHisrPosf
adult IrouMemakors.Hoover
here. Incited by '
to .
there a Seven candidates have gun : Ji' extomalouM ....
and paraM ,
We beHm West VotusUns have hoepttal said hut the mob vl* Bgfee"neut..
fM for tile nee PQ1tI
a airy gravecrisis
bee fortunate ever the past sin board post. They,are KathlMCould. J ears waa dominated by Ow aModI .
ta short .
years to having dedicated individuals Gear MIchoeJkM, U L. Ida of youths raa tiig to age up ,
direct the affairs .l ourbocptfaL. Iliac) Jacobs.' Dr.H. L WIlber. .." .. ., rVtfVfAsfsaW
AacI we kaow that Walter Nordmaaa Emer.: Dana, e' Crlsfm'teU tbaskel '1
whomever Wlf'I'I'd wffl do an Detaad aid E.-A. Davis, al .tehs aa4WECULPMCE ",I;
tsie his lead from tile Grande Flood :Routs Thousands
wen to Rio $
pattern set by the present hoard. DsBary.a raBctxcnTie : ttT 14f1 .........

West Votttsto Hospital Aa.tbottty ..lladl w..t two3ltpstr "

School To Assist Beartet oaoonpaasos Srodaeta. I LAftEDCX! Tex.: lif1\ >. J'rMa1' ajfhtja! super bath ,Kieholu Gtnu. 1'M accurate toUt a.mate .. Beer whfc.
: B oat caadtdata doss Kla Graada slowed its rapid DM Jam occurred as rasidecta M4, about ,M peneu were IaitL : iMrafO :
Retarded Youth i Web County tbor& P. L, aes ifcsH far ** ,
not recetva' a inaorty of UM '
roans cast to the Oct. prtouiy.tiers ". Saturday alter fcrtisj: an e ena .. e.ate*I to ors? M thetf iMMaMere mcua'4' tram low pliers to fuse said ........s homes to 0v $279'5 i.Me end mtt Mrtoas,!

KtfMrtfjoa let students; at old be a soeoad primary 18.2 .
he said a. more evscuatloos workers see out ot the 4.A If .
the Vest Value erhool far retarded Oct. U. 'ta Laredo Tn* aad the artery. I migrant 'W rr ,
ckfidm wars be tram t.a. Only'Democrat* wnea as ala Nine Laredo, Mexico.Tho Ckea ArrOa of the Bed CroaatfisMer were piaaat state, were forced open *eI ,*WBIea; atefuef dean
te anus mrnniuf, at die specul prtmery because ao KopuNicsM mMy rtver prwMed alt std crews evacu The Weather Bweaa said Ow I I household (Mds oould be re- 'tersekst" .w.
first Prertijrterlaa Church when quafiAed lot the pMto by Duns OM .K pjitronirfcaraed atoll 373 .. *. famUtea \la Lila" river heed was Jut test It 1-- ((
will .be conductedSeta Of that Official ftond ute at Jl river aster la the weekfircei ;
1M school May. towttUa tachea of see ao oa Friday alght. I tone I "
o& daises will WIt Tuesday The breakdown of eligible Demonrais bed of the Inurltoe bridge number M persoM checked beat Yet bnmediaMy afwr Ikepeak. aa estimated 4.000 per Green's Fuel 1 of Deland
These dectrtaf M fHu rt.HyawM to vote to the a prectoetoNKxrs' wklch rat tins the eve Lsredneaad saved etnerg*cy snetttriwwlo too ragus stream bgMWa VMM brae their iWWttM fnf ft
the West Votatta RXro d Is knunea rhe rematoder awed ta yM+Nti uses M" milM upsVMm to Del W Nor* leeleftH. rfceaa 7J4J441LtBRARI .
a sup
Chfldree'S AaawtaOoa are ktrfred Pit 1. ffl1i'1le,m; Pte 1A. But the bridge re- I with rrtaOvet asd ....... I <. seat Into severs!/, II RM. Tee, sad lu sMer. city of
to seed doaaOooJ to P. Ol Box I Denary S3; Pet IB. Decry, matted open. A Reeve. Laredo pco homes Ia Laredo, but there was I Coed Atua, MaSco. .
I00, eLaaL. 4 a. hoe tees ,5

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raws' SUNDAY StTT. 17, 1H4 \
Pete 2 DELAD (cnOIlDAJ S. .
Strikebound Firm Cliff Blocks Race IssueIs ,
City's Climb Removed

GM To Resume: -: '" Church Pushes
r .h '1'E \ ,'

JxP iE; : Ont.". n

working' with chamber of commerce M television and radio and lathe EqualityVATICAN
representatives toward a press. ,
Talks With UnionDETROIT pin for expansion." Thus additional Incitementwas

But, Sweat add, a detailed provided to rioters. Hoover
plan acceptable to residents e< aid, and others were attractedto Archbishop John Carmel
b p
region proposed for annexation tile scene. Church Saturday Heenan of Westminister. Eng-

(AP) General Motors lions at that time told the eot1IOra oo. and and residents In the city it necestry. : Hoover took notice of what he Roman took Catholic major steps to promote and, vice president of the Vatl-
with of its factories uncertain date. Time win be required.AIRPORT timed frequent charges that aa's Christian Unity Secretar-
Corp>> moat this ta ont thing we art Christian unity and racial
dosed by a United Auto SLEEP In agreement on, that we (*' 'police excesses contributed to. equality. Simultaneously, its Sat, vowed that efforts would be
Workers strike, announced yesterday Meanwhile 1965 a couple of hours of sleep, 1.V some of the rioU. After a diligent Ecumenical: Council ws urged to made to strengthen a contract negotiations With production was at a ,bt in touch with the inquiry by the FBI he act decisively against anti.Sent edaratlon oa the Jews to make
The city shortly will enIneeri .
the union will resume at 1 p.m. More than a quarter as soon U wt get engage land-- said it turned out that "la aH Wan. It "satisfactory to our .' wish
to miner
lion UAW members prepare the cities the pallet wen generally jrotheTS."
today. hour sleep, and we are use plan for the airport and Inustrlal r Activity in three separate
CM. announcement which home on strike. able to Join them at the restrained In their conduct fields demonstrated the forcesof VOTE SAINTHOODPope
not amplified, followed Fri Asked when he park, city manager even la the face of continuous cardinals
wu table in an effort to renewal at work to open Roman Paul VL JaIl
day's suspension of. talks after down again with CM to deal with the problems says.City officials believe muter Insults barrages rocks: Catholicism to fresh contacts and bishops met hi consistory in
the strike began at factories ers, UAW ,President brought about this strike," plan recommended by a the Fed- bottles, Molotov cocktails and with the modern world: the Apostolic Palace and voted
across the country. A resump Reuther said: added I fIR bombs sainthood for 23 African No-
eral Aviation Agency would per. "Indeed the restraint of individual .
FOR BATING a caanonlzatlon
Seaton personnel vice mlt orderly development of the gross
'BLAZE" HALF CONTAINEDCalifornia and CM top negotia-! lying facility and Industrial park. of scientists it tilt Brit- police officers in the Papers Back stating that the Church recognize '
agreed with Reuther, and rah Ministry of Defense hitdeveloped face of such provocation appears no color line.A .
something would be SANITARY SEWERS a new method of to be remarkable and special Vatican mission
about resuming 1M10<<1a. llfesavmf using a portable was widely praised by the press LBJ under Auguetln Cardinal Bet,
Fire over the wtektnd. He did final phase of a tl.I million! air bellows rousdUtor. 1\', and public In the cities Involved. Barry the Pope's top Christian unity
.. water and sewer system expansion add to- be more effective ." expert carried the head of St.
STILE: CALLED program la under way. But than mouth-tomouth breathtot. CLEARWATER: (AP) The I Andrew to Patrai Greece, In a

nationwide strike wu much of the dry itlll U without Natchez Mayor'sHome Oearwater Sun endorsed President gesture of friendship toward the
against the nation's No. unitary sewer tervlce. Johnson Saturday for election Jiurch of Greece, which still

I By Fog Light DrizzleSANTA Friday when CM The answer? Additional expan- Is Blasted in'November, views the Church of Rome with

UAW negotiators failed to I Ion programs, the city manager Police QuellDisturbance The Sun caned tilt Democratic uspidon.
agreement oH a new telleves. NATCHEZ: Miss. CAP) A ticket "tht best and strongest For Pope Paul VL who carried .

-year labor contract However, Sweat would not favor erring explosion shook tile team for cold war and domestic forward the renewal program
BARBARA. Calif loser to fight It, a uata assembly lines another revenue certificate home of Mayor John Nasser front leadership." started by John 20 ]II,
hit lower levels of tile Santa Ice spokesman said. turning out new Chev Issue for which residents of the Friday night and he blamed tile The newspaper which to Independent the events made it a memorableday
Barbara brush fire Saturday. and NO *, Buicks P o n 11 la e s, city are charged special sewer bombing third on property he endorsed John F. Kennedy his nth birthday Yellow
the U.S. Forest Service reported Fire boss Bill and CadlUlncs, fees, regardless of whether they A football fan from St Augustine owns in 11 days on his role la 1960.BRADENTON. IIId white papal flags flying
tile W.OOO-aert blaze M percent visor of Los Padres of the compaQ)''* puts receive sewer service. reportedly was slightly Inured as a racial peacemaker. from Vatican buildings gave

,contained.The I brest., mad no .* continued la operation. "Special assessments against last night la a disturbance There were no Injuries. Damage (AP-The Brn- this tiny dty-ttate a festive air.

molsturt didn't extinguish full containment A company spokesman said homeowners who definitely would between whites and Negroes ateLand's to the twe-story, columned denton Herald, which lists Itself WINDS' OF CHANGEThe
any fire. But it helped aid weather 300,000 new cars receive sewer service could bethe home was extensive. as Independent.Democratic politically winds of change were
materially by cooling the blaze 'very favorable,"' turned out before the answer" Sweat says.A ) municipal stadium. Almost simultaneously a loud endorsed RepublicanSen. clearly blowing, but Archbishop
sufficiently for men to get In he iOOO men fighting kit-enough to last 12 funds Police quelled short.lived outbreak blast IS blocks away tort a bole Barry Goldwater for President Heenaa's remarks at a new
nklllon blaze oa a 20. days. capital in Improvement the which occurred at the ..ta.dlum' In the driveway outside the ( Saturday. conference, reflected the resistance .

In Florida On many ridges keeping parts plant work provided certificate issue editing, permittingsome revenue south entrance before a home of Willie Washington, a Irt an editorial the O.yearoldpaper they were encountering.He .
tied the blaze In tht Negro contractor whose house noted that the declaration
en the Job, the wa each said it believes "it 1s vital
sewer expansion year.But large of Negroes paraded
of zero visibility fog In selective strike group was bombed once before this be elected" oa the Jews had created controversy
the would be limit. that Sen. Coldwater
cast wu for more designed to continue 14. program around the football field's edge.A summer. Again there were no and "It Is vital that President but he said It could.
lumldltles, and cooler between DeLand and Injuries and property damagewas not<< be ignored.
other two members of the game be defeated."
for Johnson
There Is BO plan another<<
Legislative ure*. Industry's Hg thin general! expansion the St Augustine! schooli was laprogress. limited to shattered win "Millions of Jews during this .
WINDS $ and Chrysler 0-: in fun program dows. The newspaper supportedPresident century have been tortured and
city manager Ia't.WATER'SfSTEi. and former
The Santa Ana winds Within an lour police picked Eisenhower put to death for reasons of race
1 Council SetsConferences Police said the Negroes manyof an unidentified Negro man Vice President Richard Nix. .
three times carried companies rely on CM I up 01' religion he said.
Santa Barbara some of their automotive whom wert believed to be I for questioning, but hi wu later on in the last two presidential

disappeared. No More Existing: facilities will provide ilgh'',school students marched released.By .

east. They blow from Selective Walkout affect adequate water supply! for about past bleachers occupied by St. AssassinationReport
the ....The only (5 per cent of an estimat, 10 years based on population Augustine fans. They paraded '
poled over the 330,000: UAW'represented growth "tJrnatu.SANITARY. around the field's north end and r- ,elections.'T"
TALLAHASSEE APLegis gentle wind from at CM. took seats In bleachers oa the t"\ Due
bUn council chairman James ward the land SERVICE west side.About I \,\
'Nick) Connor said Saturdayfive I I , '.
Since It -
Muted the .
midway In the final'quu.
council committee and subcommittee "I.. "
destroyed 71 homes Viewed collection facilities ,
Garbage ter of the game, the Negroes left, .
meetings would take. tructuret, causing are providing adequate serviceto police laid.There ... .i , Frdm Page I ,
place Oct. IS in Tampa la connection ed 3.5 million DeLand residents now. Sweat ) .
with the legislative! cau nan wa killed.Storms. Unrest says, and recently increased waa no Indication aa to '
the reason for the Negroes' action
cus.Sen.. Connor said two groups rates buy better would equipment enable the city to pallet said. No arrests wen \ rnYri1rQ I I- shots<< which killed Kennedywere
fired Lee
by Os
on.higher education win meet to ; I i dry commissioners this year
wald, a 24-year-old unstable
review" a proposed bill to permit From Page 1 approved an ordinance makinguse Marine ex-
and avowed Marxist.And
th*,state to pay tor educational of the municipal garbage Total ..
senrlcea provided In public Instltotions. Much,0f service mandatory for DeLaadresidents. ,Voter ill r It Is expected also to ex-
The Joint meeting win ; : press the commission's conclusions
northeast of Salmon., to whether Oswald
\ on acted
be. in the Tampa Terrace Hotelarl <<
30 ty Tk* Aa.elelil to quell a revolt by moun STREET LIGHTING alone or was a part. of. some, sort.
adF Friday, A tornado struck: tribesmen Who bad been fo.r' of conspiracy. '

Tit committee ,oa Fisheries D. Saturday \ and equipped by UJI. The city has budgeted about TIle report Is to cover also tie
and Natural Resources will meet pat> hangar and ,, personnel to fight tike I .
$11.000 next year to pay Increased killing of Oswald by Jack Ruby,
at..30: am Friday, members Viet o
IMS. All of eastern Cong.LEADEB
of{the- Florida Banker Association Iota) and northern ; UNDECIDED power costs. This means From Page 1 lEBNAftD BISHOP One thing about the Democrats a Dallas' night' club operator,
that another big swath of residential BOB Newt Asseclatt J:4ItefThl though. They have outdone two daya.after'. the, president
the State Bar and the Flor wu raked by'violent: ( to ,thls Informant
areas will receive:new Madison Avenue in was slala.
delightful thought occurs even
ida. Association of Insurance atorma was undecided on what
Companies will appear before 'TIle vast ) about the ultimatum. It mercury.type street lamps, the iTS; Pet X Orange cloy 1.211? that la the federal govern devising television! commercials. There's BO question that Ruby
th..CommercIal Code Commit- blowing storms a deadllnt of Oct 25. city manager says. Pet 1, DeLand. ItS; Pet. 1A, ment's pledged War. on Poverty The one about the little committed this act for which
teem discuss tile proposed adoption Plaint and dust tossed la days before, Khanh hu Plans call for equipping the peLand, 4Q; Pet JA1, DeLi d, rm one of the enemy. girl plucking a daisy'la a real be now Is under death sentence
entire city with new lamps witUa Ill; Pet IB DeLand. Ill Pet. I wonder now one about thriller because
of a uniform commercial from the to restore civilian rule. ; goes It was carried out la
code for the state. Lakes. Dakota to 1'W. the Informant said a coup a few years. 3C.' DeLand. 701; Pet SCI. De- *surrendering It shows a little girl! picking full view of downs of police
come from either the Still uncertain for next year Land. t11: Pet 3D, DeLand. (SI; e petals from a flower and countIng officials and untold hundreds At
of Adams
State Tom Icy gales and Is whether the new lamps will Pet. 3E DeLand. aren't .. two
'' generals 'who defended J. ; Pet. 1E-1, There really many quite normally, one. thousands of television\ watch
situ baa been' Invited to ap plunged aouta la the in In an unsuccessful coup Installed In aD quarters of the (II; Pet. IF DeLand. 191; Pet. concrete: Issues' developing lathe ..three. . are. But again, the question of
pear at the hearing, ,Connor the atom and ....,. 13. or from the older mili city en equal basis or in selected, 4, DtLeen Springs, 1,004 Pet I, presidential campaign this von or DOOM whether Ruby acted alone Is on.
said.Tht over the Montana men. badly lighted regions.RECREATION. Barbervtllt, lit; Pet. (. Seville :year. Then this party.pooper come for which the commission la
rlldlclary'an4: Law Reform moved Into the Identified the targets of 3tti ,Pet. 14, Lake Helen, 193; Molt of the arguments art In and intones the "countdown" expected to have an answer.
Committee m.etllt I p,m. tions of Colorado and ultimatum aa Lt Gen. Tran Pet 15. Clifton, SJ; Pet. It. Dee silly and Inane . but, then fa a voice of doom. Then the
Saturday to organize and discuss Hall measuring Khlem. a member of the t.alld.lI2; Pet. ISA. DeLand. 192; . little girl and the flower and
Its program of 'legislation. chic In diameter mUltary triumvirate, and Long range plan for municipal. ::Pct. IT Oateen, 217; and Pet It, So' far partisan propaganda hopefully the party.pooper all Roehr
N,D, recreation facilities is to centralize LayoffIs
Fargo -
generals whom the young Plcnon.: 5U. has made Barry a Bomber and blow up la an atomic explo
area. Hall also hit them In Earl Brown Park.
TALLAHASSEE (AP- Th. officers tffuit nf (.. tendon a Lover.Democrats sion.
Florida Judicial Council called International Falls .'the neutralization of"Viet Sweat says the city's recreation art riding Barry The whole things points out

Fourth District Court ot Appeal eastern Minnesota. as suggested by France. facilities and program are Obituaries1Itts'Mary over his vote against banning that Barry better not be elected [ AnnouncedA
for creation ,of reported winds up to above par for a city of DeUnd'ssize. If know what' for
Saturday and Maj.] Gen Duong nuclear tests in the atmos we good our
Fourth District Council In aa Mlnh. the chief of state, art He does not rule out needed 1 phere. They say U Barry's flower layoff of "some" employe
Middle Florida to kelp ban- the wake of the other members of the trium improvements, though. \ E. Davis elected bed go around tile Tat comerdal probably wont at Roehr! Product Ine. largest

diet;: rapidly Inertuin, legal cold wave sent .. country scattering strontium Influence too many votes because manufacturing plant la West Vo-
WOCK in that section of the state. tomb Ing In a line young officers Include TREES Word ban been bare M and cesium 1)7 when chfl- voter* are 21 or over bola, was announced Saturday

It gave unanimous approval to ta tt northers .. Gee Nguyen Cao Ky A'problem peculiar to DeLand of the death of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth iron could get at It. sad petal plucking la of little by Peter M. Stevens, president.
a proposal to split the Second fell In western air force commander who Dads of Tampa the mother CABBIEs BOMB Interest U them Steven said employee at Roehr
Central Florida cities Is
District's territory dowa tilt Weather Bureau .. to bomb rebels who giant among oak trees. Sweat said the ot Mrs Thelma D. Mayfltld To bear the Democrats. Bar But It likely will nUll kids plant la DeLand, Waterbury
middle and set up the eastern: spread to tile Saigon for a abort time two will its cI of Seville. ry carries a bomb wherever be under 11 to think twice betort Cons and Norfolk Neb. would
'halt as the new court. of nlfht/aH.Wyoming and C ago la the coup that removing dty push and replacing program older Other survivor Include her goes. But Lyndon Isn't mad at picking posies.Of be laid off temporarily. Ht would
husband, John S. Davis three
> Second District Court sitting trees along city streets and of ; anybody they say. count. Republicans say not say how many ,workers at
la advance of Julius S. and James J.
Lakeland handles EXILE DEMANDED tons, la tact the propqudlItt"ve Lynda to given to exauera'Uoa. the DeLand plant effected
'originating\at from, most of cases the balmy Gulf winds ... tile attempted coup. Ky pruning safety remaining hazards trees to decrease both of Saltier, and John 1. otBrandoai very aeariy mete The President tau evenbeea by the labor cut back.wert.
from Texts to other officers demanded another daughter. Mr*. potat that Lyndon taut about to called a ,"fait and a .
Florida Peninsula, Including the Over 141,000/ of the general! Normally, about .BUD'persons.n
Mostly fair and "
Khanh Esther D. :
exile Khlem and Edmunds. Tampa: boa .
fight' matter what ,
area of Breward, Is allocated to & employed la around-tbe-clock
fatt-growlag budget tht,tree
weather prevailed the five generals. two sisters, Mrs Susie D. Miller Use nice
The President U vary big Well treat very shift at tilt DeLand Annual
Beach Brevard, Orange, plant.
Palm department next
the East and la the bad been" reported year. of Tampa and Mrs. M. W. M Jove these days- "We meat words about our nation leader
PlatQu payroll at Roehr'i ta mart
Hffiborough counties desert ...u. ...... & to send Khlem Wldener el brother. '
off to ENGINEERINGIncreased Atlaata; tat lew tack ether or wt muit Why don't they Just say he'sa than aJ million. _
southern Texas end foreign peat to satisfy me H. 0. Drew Tampa! U grind. '*
Lade and Monroe, counties die.. he dtelar. Tau and Jet tt go at that Steven said that what MM
\ bloods but. the children and U
I source great greadctdb
for .
incurs up the Third District and Reporter "' bt hesitated because H emphasis will be '. 1K4 would exceed sales lathe
refls In north Florida infuriate the older lead placed oa the ,city's filling a Funeral service wert at Braadon. . previous\ year, tht layoff was
starting with Marion. Volusla TAMPA (AP-Tht>> greater part el :engineering re Burial was la Dedsty required tt "redact and balance
and Levy art ta the Flint District of tht Florida generals whom tht young quirements. If a general Improvement Cemetery. current inventories." ,
Association laid want demobare program were approved. Rotor's, a subsidiary of the
.-, beaten and robbed as the Dalat Generals Sweat says a fun\ .timt engineer Brunswick Corp, ta the world
Sj. PETtESBUROAPI: goes after She left aUII they were placed under employed\ by tilt city would be .. DeCrow Service great largest manufacturer of disposable

I The Mayors Council oa Fair Reapportlanmest Tampa Tone Friday by DUll after ke seiaed greet benefit. : hypodermic aeoffle and
for MIle Eva
voted Friday to ...... Polly Henry. oa J.... M and were held Funeral service comfortIc eyringf. The company ca.OPft'ldou .
of Mexico
TIrado I
Lopes They DeCrow,who died Friday la Daytona In DeLaad.. 1SU.: The
spend 110.000 la a campaign reporter wet tilt Dalat mountain retort arrested several ...
were weeks Beach, will be at 1:JO p firm moved Into SI millios
Jaw fracture cuta a new
tile legislative plan recently ,
the statement of
ago government today ta tht Chapel
She said bee . Ma plant oa U4.12 last year.
booted oa Nov. J.Jty art ) 'Ctna. Tna .M.
Laakford Funeral Home.
her Ia lot at JI jratanmrertto Steven did not bow long
( Reese Smith of a parkins; DOB. Lt Van Km Mat Run say
attorney Rebekai Lodge II will bt ta
the layoff would last
bulldug and Brt,. Gesso Ton The
Taaipa. who argued before the sacked tilt service. Burial
Court thisweek her puree and Nguyen Vaa Vy. charge fi bereaved. fall uel to know wt
Florida Supreme win be Valparaiso lid
Ttttt cast but
for removal of tkt plat. other compartment mlaatac KM kaa to Just work appointed with blab him will fulfill roof wiihea CofC Board

from: the ballot told the mayors cheek waa found ... the tribal uprising the Murray C. Goldberg .
'your guess u to when and from .... Meat of the highlands. They art .. : to hi MnaQe deaiT.Srrdrd .

t tht court" will rule tt as Mrs, Hoary* wtta the tribes.. Murray OHbert CoWberg. .. Slates Meet
U mint. caped.B a nudist ot Delay for tint ,
,_iyor Herman Goldner of It Held Over Plot rear, died at 114* '.Ift, Saturday .
Petersburg was Instructed to MarkersI I ta Samteott Hospital aSaxlord ss4&jelly p4 lei,. Directors of the'DeLaad Camber

tffe dty: I and county commit- aASIRwI .. Nicaragua (AP) "*'utiful ,, of Cbmmerct: wO meet at

pies. la1 populous countte tM ........ aeh. Nicaragua authorities art ( Mr. Goldberg wan term taBnokfra. TJO: pjn. tuuutivw at tat chamber
resolution against ,. ... aU men actwed el let ew widl .lyt.,. pied to N.Y. aM was a re- bundfe*.

amendmtataatotafrQ II-e.. .e { sting to ejsaatlam Ptttiden fit year ....... Cratouaaai; tIrt4 watchmaker.Ht ALLEN SUMMERHILU Inc.fatottlfcita Report* from a3 cammtttetMlrmea
e7t: t. Mick h4Tpe11/.pt ta4 >Btrtataeatt bet** art waa a RMffiNr ft the Pf .- wffl bt bear ta addsflea. -
Semosa and It Hfort Pint the Wckaara
t. hqM ecirp a1op e? TU t>1QCfOJ$ PMstea tat
C r .AMuMe .,.. a grw AL aad pLt d-
.W'- """ *e government aaaewti. ..........btwew"e.t o".. .. Welt Vafatia Committee of led
k* tilt H" ad tilt I i / that It bad dsio**** ...... Gob, rnAim II".T Fred J. MaMtaik. eMtrmaj of

,**rth usual Florida .World 4wl '"': 'ws' CMtroitt plot ta tnseej Survivor htdndt W' wUt heat Maastl the aeaniaatiag eonutunt for
Trade Oeaferenet March It.II, rso ,e:,.an: VsluslaMonument tsttUt. Jt Bnr; two .... AMll.UNCI sitna aew sEraeton IswrNbhen.Lxee.tlve .
IMS the Skate Chamber of Commerce .. "It. as communique Issued Friday Castles Yoarerf, N.T. aad hi* report
announced Saturday. w i ".:7...r., Iii said the leader of DM Robert Cftleogo, JILl." five secretary Charles D.
Experts I' world commerce M eu l. tt : WIN Carlos Foaseca gnndchOdrea. jlleIe 1v 'ItW.tAlla. .s Hall will tflarM OXfc-atfcM tt St

wffl appear on the conference" jf", .*. _. eon of Faostt Amador, Go.14HN.BM. Funeral setvkee wO be aIM o 1 .,-,,' uuaso JIOKTlg.f.'iJ Jnk.. Ave. btnwa Clasps fey
program with slat authorities OM s Miia es.Ie si' "ii."&. \ tratce tl the Samara : .... today *t AOeaSummoraa and Deitwa aid the IIM al
concerned with t.anus ng Florida's Pal;. .. ..... '. txteaarv anger lid! W487 DeBary ChapeL j I 0'I' tile ........,'* rxpieX '*>.. Kg-
overseas trade. eM *a sties*. u.ia uSMM ; and Victor Manuel I Burial wa bt ta Tonkora sag Ot Merlkuaii tncn*. ,

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Goldwater Makes .! !'

Bid In Michigan , SECOND FRONT PAGE Sunday, September 27, 19M...


MIDLAND 'Mich. (AP) 1 ".ter'. nomination In San FranCisco -
Sea Barry .Goldwater hopped I has remained cool to the y y I
about Michigan on Saturdaywith I Republican presidential nom!. F ,
Man Faces Murder Trial
a plea for party unity and nee u he campaigned for reelection itw h Enterprise
a pat OB the back for George W.I I as Michigan governor ,.
&nul!)'. Except for a brief airport stop I 11'-
Romney who opposed Gold.Deltona at South Bend Ind. Goldwater I II ..:,
spent the whole day campaignIng soy Algi Bradley, 2i Enterprise Hankenoa on June 13; Dennis all Daytona Beach; TOUnq Rail-.
In Michigan fisherman goes en trial la Circuit UaUlngtoa. charged with aggraated water and Andrew E. Andersen! ,
U' ROM ET COOL Court tomorrow charted '\ assault on Russell A. Fell- Plerson! and Howard E. Greta
Romney was scheduled to with the first-degree murder of er on April 11, and Walter Moo and Karl J. Murr. DeBary
Introduce Goldwater' for a night s ,. hit brother, Samuel. 38. Circuit Laughlla. charged with aggra- Others are Thomas H. Anna,
speech at Detroit but reliable I Judge Junes Nel on will pr*. voted assault oa Roxle McLaughLin Orange city; Herbert W McRje.
DedicatedDELTONA source said he will, continue to Ei i ,, '"," 4y side oa Feb 3. Howard G. Lyiter Bunsen J. ,-
withhold endorsing the Arizona i 'I' I: .1 ,'! Bradley has entered aa Innocent Juror called for service la Reed and Robert Edwin Davies ?f
I senator '.\ plea by reason of Inianity. Judge Nelson court Include E. all DeLand. George Johnson,
Goldwater's campaign! schedule 'His attorney James Tucker W. Boatwrlght. John D. Sabatka Paul r. Adami. Carleton P.Qula- .
: Despite threatening had Romney also Introducing TROOP SIS ROPE-MAKING PROJECT Ken Burbank is Scoutmaster of Daytona Beach, hat filed a bill William E. Ort. William J. Moeaaer Ian Tito R. Rodgers. Gilbert It- u'
weather "Delton U" was him for a speech here at the Troop 515. chartered to the First Methodist Church Men's Club of DeLand. This unit of particulars claiming Insanity' Jr. Frank G. Lisle, John M. Livingston Lloyd E.: ICapp, tot -
officially dedicated to the cause Midland County Fairgrounds\ recently elebrated its first anniversary, The assistant Scoutmaster is Charles Griffith. caused by excesMve use of Freeze, James L. Mlngo, HarleyM. ert P. Irons, Park Allison tad
of education Friday afternoon by But Romney, who never t Committee members include John Llllie chairman; Merrill Koonce, Tom Quinn, alcohol deteriorating the brain. Force Jr.. George R. Martin, James W. Lylei New Smyrna
Elliot Mackie, eXI'CUtive'ire planned such an Introduction, Jerome Newman and Ralph Volido. Russell Leavitt represents the church oa the Bradley was allegedly "wUd Alph Williams Frank H. Coa. Beach; Milton R* Olsen and Albert -
president of the Deltona Corp. drunk" and, unruly on May 19. grove, Jack M. Warllck. Fred E.Matchett. Segrea, Ormond Beach; J.
was elsewhere on a tight campaign district committee and the council The patrol leaden' council which is
on composedof
'It.1a ne w too late for education Samuel attempted' to quiet him Joseph F. SmIth Ernest K. Shiran and Paul W, Rees Hot*
I -*or for the personal growth schedule after an. appear the elected boy leaders includes Bill Deriham, senior patrol leader; and Jim Bailey and Algie allegedly whipped outa fleming Eugene F Edwards ly Hill, and John H. Cummings
i and fulfillment which .continuing ance at the fairgrounds.In and David Wernig:, patrol leaders The Scoutmaster serves as an advisor to this croup. knife and attacked his brother Russell Tyler and Joha Bond, Jr.. Oak Hill. eLifeguards'
education brings to the Individual Niles, the Arizona senatortold The patrol leaders council plans the program of the troop based on the needs and En'EWTNESI r
." Mackle told the 130 people some J.500 persona attending desires of their patrols. Forthcoming events include a bike hike to Burt's Park t James Bradley. 14 ion of the
Who turned out for the twice postponed a rally adjacent to the high show and demonstration and I court of honor. Jim Bailey md David Wernig will be victim and nephew of the accused
service.John school stadium reelect: "I want Romnev to urge promoted to the rank.of first class Scouts at this time. Participating in a rope-making was an e>..witness.Hosey Trial To Open I I
to George
H. Smiley, superintendent you He has done an outstanding 'Job project during: a recent meeting:. left to right are Rusty Griffin Bill Denharn Jim Lee Cue, Daytona Beach
of the Volusla County Board Negro, la also scheduled for
election" Bailey and Bill Fishpaw (Sun News Staff Photo)
and deserves re !
cl Public Instruction, acceptedthe trial this week on a first degree
keys for the new school building NO CMHIIURMRNTRomney murder chaige. He la accused Three lifeguards Indicted on Orange city: Lawrence E. Gilmore -
from Mackle. then has said he acceptsthe STRESSES ROLE of the knife slaying of his
Smiley DEMO NATIONS manslaughter charges last gar Jr. William Mixon, Bernard
I presented the keys to Zeral Mal decision of the! Republican law, Ella Davis, on for allegedly causing the death Finch Paul C. Relmer.
lard., .director of the Deltona National Convention both on June :r.Oh'.r,
he ol a fellow lifeguard by Initiation W C. Nun Homer J. Goff.
Adult ,Education program. platform and candidates totals set for this week services into a fraternal David E Edgar George W.
gETO.-SD YEAR has not endorsed GoldwaterAt Humphrey Slumps Appalachia] Slates Include Charles Banhdale Jr club are. scheduled for trial tomorrow Hood and Edgar H. Halre. aO
The program, which I I. starting South Fend before drivingto ; and Lacey Clement Jr.. charged DeLand, William E Cook. De
Its second! year, offer a wide Nlles Goldwater began his with robbery of S60 from Richard Circuit Judge Samuel Smith Bary: and C. R. Allen, Edge- I
variety of classes to the resident plea for party unity Allen Holilnger. will prwlde ever the trial lathe water,
ef Deltona. He told a crowd of some 1000 Three men. rhlllp H Ham, Judge' courtroom. Others Include Maxwell 1C 'i
Mallard laid that more than to 1.300. "it won't make the Calls Poverty Rights U.S. Problems Samuel W. Hall and Robert E. Both county courtrooms will be used duos Joseph J. Cassata, J, L.Vlnlng. I
125 people have registered\ for fight easier if we fight among rant face trial for breaking and for Occult Court trials this Robert Owens. AMa UChancey
the new semester ourselvee." entering Montgomery and Ward this week.John LeRoy Presley, George
The Deltona Combo under the Goldwater said "You have no Store la Daytona Beach on May Tanner, Roger Oral! and A Brown Henry Douglas Hafl. I
direction of charts Boiles, Del Idea of the trouble we're having.We I RU ;TEcGTON, W. V*. (AP right ire national problem. was' ordered to airlift the Hum 4* James Master are charged with an Daytona Beach I Albert J.Gnw.II. .
tona, provided the music. The found a postman In Los Den Hubert H. Humphrey rut The Democratic vice presidential phrey group from Huntington Other triad 'Include Bernard causing the death .( George Rockwell V. CoWl!"
Deltona Choral Group under the Angeles! the other day who candidate said, however, through the hill country Hankenon. charged with assault Been, another lifeguard. Beers Robert W. Center, Zebulou V,
direction of Mrs. Mildred dark. would not deliver Goldwater through troubled Appalachia the country's greatest re'pon'l- Humphrey arrived It Louis- with Intent to murder TheodoraPrinrcM allegedly died from the effects Chernault Arthur L. BennettSamuel
DeLand, presented several elec mail to' Goldwater headquarter -I and the South Saturday, declaring bully evolves from Its role as yule Saturday morning, hot on ol the water' cure" part of the 1 B. Butler Jr. and Itaa-
tions. that both poverty and equal "the arsenal of democracy" the heels of the GOP standard, Coca Home Initiation.W l ley S. Bear\ Ormond Beach
Guest attending the dedication Continuing hU fin. M Sen. bearer Hia plane, ''TII, Happy W. Judge, Daytona Beach Thomas J. Maatenon Robert
service included: Alan E. HEAVY NEGRO VOTE VIEWED Barry Goldwater. the Republican Warrior taxied la tl: minute ATHENS, Greece (API attorney, will represent the trio.Jl"BOit D Getting. C G. Spark. C.:A.Wlmherly. .
Belles. principal of DeLand High presidential nominee, Hum after Gnldwaten plane thundered Princess Grace of Monaco, IJRTfnJurors W C Hood Howard '.R
School; Fred Kent president of phrey said In remark prepared off following a speech by recovered from. pregnancy complications ordered to report to I R Mathews. Robert L. Nix and
the DeLand Chamber of Commerce for a Memphis Tenn. rally the Arizona senstor Friday she suffered Sept II, Judge Smith Include Spencer( 8, Bnitua t. Bldault, New Smyrna
; Lou Skilbrmn. mayor of Men who are truly strong do night left Saturday by air for home. Kelly and Tommle Lee R>les, Reach
DeLand; John'T. Cannon, president LBJ 'not talk tough nor advocate - . -
rot Barnett National Bank
; policies of bluff, belligerence
and Gerald E..Frierson, DeLand
and brlnksmanahlp.

merchant.. Deltona U",.which Is located "Thl Is no time to play Russian
Hand In SouthATLANTA
on the shore of Lake Monroe I II Strong roulette with a nuclear Gosh We'reSorry

a replica of red'" day' big campaign operation
J IsvoJved aa airplane
Quints' Sis.NamedABFdwEEN AP) Simple Negro voter ha*' been heavy In "mosquito 'fleet" Invasion of N
arithmetic give\ President the U Southern states, and part Prestontburg. Ky That If In the Hustle and Bustle of Last Week's .
S.D. (AP) Johnson a strong hand. In most tlcularly during'the past twAyear It U tht traditional opening I . ,
Mr. and Mi<*. Andrew, Fischer of the,South on the basil of ft *. 'Sew e day for" eastern Kentucky '
have chosen Cynthia Marie as Negro I vote which I Iearly 'i/Negrw voter .1fnIbft. Democratic' \ and I
the name .for' their two- .y- J4 twice the ate* it was four year wore than 3 mifflon, compared Humphrey tbs. Mingle .t. ptA New' Car Showings. . We Wen Not Able to .Give \ \ ;: ,
daughters; sister ito .thequin! to 1.1 minion. four jean ago. party"Its tampalgn entenragt, '.> '
i i 101 i
ago.Registration White \'01.OIaI about 13.1million' < 11 i
born ; ef both whit and .
tupled a year ago. some TO ar so et ail.aides.. \
In the .11. state* fromVlrgtnta'to'Texag. newsmen, phntogrlprtyl and You the Full Attention You Deserve. . .. i

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STRONG teutonsWith radio'TV technician

One HOUR"mRRTlnIZI and the Alabama exception the of Mississippi Negro for chartered Because the PrMtnnsburg Electra Humphrey'was too landing Mg BUT Please Come Back This Week-Let Us ' \\ I

vote might strongly Influence field an armada of small planes i) ".
tll'cttflllultl la the South. Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr. a Negro Answer Your Every Question Take Your Time To i' \\
/ leader; has sold few If any Ne- LBJ Itinerary Set, or
groee will Vote Republican'this 1
JOHNSON Cmr; Tex: (AP .1
leer If the Negro vote, now comprising President Johnson win visit Look Over the Greatest Selection of New Cars Under
in all the New England It.,..
most about 13 per rent of t eelectorate
the except Massschuseru on Monday '
SMee as ,expected goes solidly, Johnson Democratic will- the traveling White Houseannounced One Roof In DeLand-and Take a Test Drive In
carne West 1 M 43 Saturday
need to poll only to percent
sad Nsw York Lessees of the whr/e vote In carry Johnson will make speaking 1'
r 'Next t. Jscktsa's Min'rt M...'" such pivotal states as Georgia I appearances In Providence,. One of the Beautiful New '65 Cars from General
I Florida North Carolina and R.I., Hartford. Conn. Burlington
'WtCltuaCloiluflBDaysAWMkl I South Carolina. Vt.. Portland, Maine, and

Mondiy-Tuesday-Wednesdiy Republican strategy aims at Manchester, N.H. Motorsl! !
J .
r carrying the South's 77 per cent There had bee speculation he I
of the electoral<< college votes a* might also stop st Boston to
the nucleus of victory againstthe visit Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, :
Democrats. Thus, the Negro D-Mau,, who. U recovering COME SEE- I
Special 4 vote looms u a possible obstacle from back lajurl suffered laaa i
to this. airplane crash last Jva. \'-f" ...J ;

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Janice McNeal Marvin ltd Records
I Miss Marguerite 0. Holladay 11o.p ..

I It Exchange Wedding Vows In Stetson Baptist ChurchSnowy I T.Fish.e -, Wen. .e.nM roluttaWVMcfMrtal sea la.1NU ;,""..t' ,<

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tc\J \) Mw e.e rues 5a..r1
1\ WomenILDRCD white blossoms against
lor a background of stately palms ABOTT ION ,

f \, enhanced the Interior of the Stet Mr. and Mrs David Abort. 223!

t ftCNTKN, Editor ion Baptist Church Sept. 20 al E. Minnesota! Ave.. are the psi f
afternoon when
3 o'clock la eat of a sort weighing sevenpounds i
:Mini Janice Marguerite McNeil II ounce, bon at 2C.1:
became the bride of Marvin 0liolladay F Y
Mrs. Frank Roesel Th Tom M Hodgln p.m Dg'MISSALAQinton Sept ,

+ performed the double.ring ceremony L Roach DeLand:
M uniting In marriage the Mrs Gertrude Hora, Route
Honored Guest At daughter! of Mr and Mr. Dewey one Mrs. Minale M Powell
T Moral, 111': N Alabama Plerson Miss Liars Jean Den
Av. and the ion of Mi and ham 1020 N Steven Ave p

Morning Brunch F Mr. J. B Holladay, N. Boun Rebecca Anne Neathery, Z2S 6 r, l

dary Ave.St.ndlni Salisbury Ave.
basket filled with
Tht Wisconsin Ave. home ofHju. ,
FM Memorial' I
mums gladioli. and dallies flanked
Curtis W. Clement was4ttract4vtly the altar Further gracingthe DISMM3AM ,1, aI
decorated In a fall Alfred Elliott, Buttons: Steve
setting were arrangementsof
Arthur JeKers, Enterprise: Mrs.
tbtmt Friday morning a* mem- palm and branched cande ,
Yakumls Orange City
'bin"I of the Primrose Circle: of libra holding \lighted taper. Eugenia II

toe Garden dub .t DeLand Nuptial music beard prior to

J entertained with a brunch In'' the ,ceremony" "Wedding Included March "and Because Local Branch I

bonor of Mrs. Frank Roesel, who "God Bless This Home." W

will be leaving soon Jot Monti- I' ''t rye Whlteney Lavender Jr.. Leei dr AAUW Honors

cello. burg, was organist and Mn
Hostesses for the affair were Pearl Hodgln! was soloist I

btr$. Mbert: C. Tyner, Mrs. Ivan Bridal Gew New MembersThe \
.: Farreni, Mrs Maynard MeNeeley Mr. McNeal escorted his .
I and Mrs dementi. President daughter to the |ltar, giving her '
01 Th. refreshment table was I IJledge In marrtag The bride descended I D DeLand Branch of the I
laid with a white Unen cutworktableblotb I' Connie Walker, daughter of the aisle In a floor.length' I, American Association of Usiver.pity She's Wite-Years-Old
centered with an anrsngement Mr. and Mrs. Sherman L. gown of silk taffeta and Alen Women opened the season.
of yellow chrysanthemum WslkeT, 1"11 elected president con lacr. Designed with a fitted ! with a dessert meeting Thursday I Cathy Sylvester daughter of Mr and Mn Charles C Sylvester
and white gladioli In a of 45 pledge girls of Phi Sigma, I bodice the creation was detailed evening the Stetson Union Jr. was nine years old Sept 25. The occasion was celebrated with
Over bowl. Sorority Thursday morning I with a scalloped) sabrina neckline Building at which time JIC'OI'pPC'tlve a wiener roast at the home of her psrents. Quests Invited were
The bonoree was presentedwith Mlle Walker la a DeLand High sprinkled with tiny seed member were honored. classmates in the fourth grade at the George Marks Schoolllirthday .
a gift from the group n a School radutt of 1664. She '' pearl and Iridescent sequins and Miss Minnie S. McAuley opened
memento of the orcailon. was Muse, Congeniality of long tapered sleeve ending In s r the meeting with a prayer and
Member of the Primrose DeLtnd lellS.lIt.Connil n j'i calla point at the wrist The c kt Mrs Virgil P. Sanders president 'Plans CompletedFor
Mn. O. J, presided and told the member
Orel present were is also a candidate for bouffant skirt polled over hoops, i'
Stewart, Mrs John Howell Mn. president of the freshman dais featured ruffles of lace overlaid. of the coming Kite con
Sam James, Mrs. W. C. Holler, for Phi Sigma Sorority. Shs I 11'I' with silk taffeta shirred and ventlon to be held at Hollywoodon BPW Club
Mn George Hood and Mn. Guy a Irishman at Daytona Beach caught up with self taffeta bow Oct 2 .. She welcomed new
B. nil. I Junior College, majoring In A coronet, crown of tiny semi member to the DeLand Branch
Guests present were Mn business. pearl and crystal teardrop. held +Y and the guest present, EventChairmen
unit Breckenrtdge, Mn Leo her Imported Enqltih illusion Mi*. Carl F Frltsch, program Special
Ingle, Mn. Mark Shepard, Mr*. chairman, told the group that 5.
Home DemonstrationClub ahnulder length veil She I t''+
Jamei E. Pollard, Mr. Eugene 4 bouquet of white the theme of the year will be on : 4tT1. ; and chairmen,
Bottetter, )Ira. Glen W. Martin Meets FridayThe Illy of the valley and the "Family In Today' World." s who will be hostesses tor the
Mrs Russell Hines, Mn Jack I with love knot I Miss Alberta Golf, chairmanof forthcoming Business and Professional .
Martin and Mrs David Miller DeLand home Demonitratlon streamers I I I cultural Interest, Introduced Ii,.;," ),.. IAt
on a white Bible. Woman dub Card
Club of DeLand will meet Mix Judy Bomir and I I i 'I Mn. J, Dale Cbonley who 1* I tII
Party and Fashion Show will be
Friday at 10 a m. at the Florida H Holladay, leading the "p1lyr1'.dlnIIfOUP. I.
i i She Invited the member inter- entertained Friday at a party it
Power Lounge The program
ther of the bridegroom '
Willa Jean'sHair entitled "Family Hospitality"will the couple s. mild of I :I| ted In this activity to the first i 1:30: p.m. at the home of Mr.

be given by Mrs Edna Eby bent man Miss Sandra I I I meeting which will be at the I f ,-t May Stetter, special program
Styling Salon home demonstration agent. ton Miss Five home of Mbar Goff at 7:30 p.m. tfjJi .,.:. I chairman of BPW Club.
to on Oct. 14FCLLOWHHIT4. '
Member are requested ' "
Robert Terrill, Winter ,
sad Reports' will be given during a
bring Ideas for Christmas gifts and Mr. Tommy Notes I I session
brief business by the
Mrs dark Dollve chairman
DeeyaCosmetic decorations. Bring a sack
hrldemaid' Ushers GirlMary committees for the Card Party
lunch, dessert and beverage will I of fellowships reported thatAAL'W
Nation Rovre Klckllghter I and Fall Fashion Show to be
Studio be served by the following host.sun and E. Holladay, and I has sponsored 1700 fellowshlps Oct. t 7 30 . Hotel
at : m at the
Mrs J. J. Tutweller Mil. for" women since Its Jean Driver, daughterof
all.oat.* A WeealtvMlM Holtzman Mn. C C. Rawlln I I founding! There are 113 fellowships Mr and Mrs George X. Putnam. Proceeds from the affair .
A.slntiMMltt l George Attendant Gown 1 will be used
to landscape
103 S. Brook Av was
Jacobs, Mrs Charles Ellis Mrs.Camille granted to women for the
K. Mlk Ave, PH. 7M-f7It Floor length creation grounds at the new DeLand
old 25. She celebrated
five Sept
Pollcke and Mr* Emily current year on the graduate .
low Jacquard with the occasion with a Public Library.
Polices .- line, short sleeve level.Mrs. Victor Alee Invited all party at the home of her Chairmen serving are: Virginia ..

& shaped iklrU were worn :, Interested member to psrtlclpste parents. Her maternal grandfather Cronnoe. ticket distribution
bride's attendant Soft In the International Relatlonshlp Is Adrian Mery and her with co chairmen' Sara'
Skinny Pinny meets on either side "f the j meetings beginning at paternal grandparents are Mr Martin and Carolyn Hunter;
the of tuUn.. and Mrs. J. M. Driver ell of
appearance Helen Roland refreshment:
I:30 a m. Nov. S. For further Information -
chapeaux were yellow rot"'i'I! contact Mr*. Norman this city.Invited. Virginia Clausen\ in charge of
: bat with shoulder I MarDonaldMn. guests to the party the fashion show; Louise Clarke
Thermo-Jac'sTarpoon Plaids of Illusion l womwith rot"'i'W'I Rice commented that were Debra and DrsyUm flits and Carol Forcer, door prizes;
accessories, and their \ : book review will be a part of Beverly Barbara and Brad Alva Williams, publicity; Ruth
Venaelous, and Diane
bouquet weie of David Mullln and Blanche nickel-
the discussions this year with HIIIm.... her cousin Jimmy
pon. Their. only : haupt, decorations; Edith Braun
It at TJ's' Junction gold charm bracelets, a 1 . on the Communism theme, "A Study la Depth Driver and Steve and her brothers, Larry table and chair arrangement
Hostesses will be Mrs
from the bride. New members In the assorlatlon I Stetter.
Miss Linda Rawlins 1\1rt. Hoi- I Peggie Miller. Anna Psscoe,
are': McHenry
Shown rights _2 er girl She wore a brook, and Mr*. Preston E. Y1FVJ Group Plant Margie 'and Gordon GUI, and
loud along the Same f McB Doris, Hatcher; Doreen Ailing
Plaid Tapers $ O98 ' the gowns worn by the : all.GUfl" welcomed were Mr. Enlittment PartyThe l house (chairman assisted by .

of cotton O anti. She carried! a lace Richard S. JffrU. Mr. Barney .Mattte Mae Shields.,
I Young Women AuxiliaryOf
Fashion win
of be furnished
pink rose petals Pper ack. Miss Carol H.*i,, the First Baptist Church will I by
Betty Dreka's Store, Fair
Allen Yocum served Miss Florence S Hutchlni, Miss Lady
bearer have an enlistment party Saturday Dress Shop, Glbb Store and
prances Whitney bliss n May
at the home? of Madeline ,
For her daughter'' .. I Suburban DreM ShopKing's
Larrtmore Mrl. R" eU FrancU, Dick. 110 W Weitwood Ave,
Mr*. McNeal chose a !I and )frl. James Kane : beginning at 5;30 p.m. j
length two piece suit of I Member of the board were
There will be a cookout and
and beige !knit Her I I. hostesses. for the e\ealng. I swimming All gills who are In Beauty Shop
were brown and beige i the Senior High School Sunday Ill' N.5avd.. tAb.v.late'.M,
carnage war yellow I Past Presidents ParleyOn School department or will be .ben. 714.7461
Holladay wore for her ia October
I eligible are Invited. SPECIALI' $
ding a blue rice tweed I Tuesday the member of 5
dress with matching the Put President Parley of the If you want to freexe cream $10 WAVl ".
black accessor*!*. Her America Legion Auxiliary Usit Cheese for a spread blend it t 4 Operators S
his Matter's la Automotive Six, will meet with Mn. Elmer: with come heavy cream; free- Me Apaotalnient Neeessar

j 'S. C Haupley. 1(0 E. Palm Ave., hug cream cheese alone to not SllAMPO a !U . .. $UO'I.t
DeLand Highland, at S tic
}HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAY -- -._--- -p.m.---__- ndf'd.'T L.__ ______ __.
TO: Sandra Lay Oriffla, Caret

1J Weed.,.. I Just 4"'"

For I say, through) the. grace I I like '';

given unto me, to every man ''

th.tI\ among you. not to think : W'amtr ,rt,,
of himself more highly than he ';' '.
ought to think but to think *.. .. ( !I ",
belly, according as God .bath Stretchbra" :" 4
dealt to every maa the measure' :'
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fat I DtUMO (FIOIBA SUN KIWI SUNDAY, SEPT 11, MM I Rev. Wlsemaa ai a memento. of electing of a "Garden. of the : will conduct t priyer group i lathe
I Rev., Mrs Cain the occasion. Wftbur atn. vice Blue Sage Circle Month which will be marked Church Events church chapel at 2 p.m.
president of the MethocHet !Men with a sign posted' on the. win. St. Pette/a Church

1 Honored GuestsAt I presented' a We membership Members Honored flora* lawn" Today after ':30,I and 10..rn.
1I card t* the Rev. Cal*lllld hoped Mrs.. Richmond Robert was For Women masse coffee and doughnutswill
I that whenever be wa.W DeLandat appointed treasurer to replace be served la St. Peter's
,, 1I their meeting time he would Mr, Robert Chancey who re Catholic church parish halt
ReceptionA attend. A letter from Dft Joe A. At Evening Coffee signed.Mrs.. Fin Methedbi March Sponsored by Sacred Heart Cir.
Tolle, district .u i ait'lldttnt. Ted Mustek was app The Woman' Society\ ; of Chris. cle.
I reception was held Sept. 2( was read by Mrs. Jerome Newman 1 Members of the Blue Sage pohtted chairman for a planned Wan Sere of the First Methodist At 'T-SO p.m. Tuesday Novena'
In the dining room of the First president\ of the Woman's | Circle of the Garden Club of program this year called "Flow Church will meet In the Devotions in Honor of Our Ladyof :
Methodist Church to honor the Society of Christian Service. DeLand were entertained Thursday ere and Fashions" to be MarchS Educational Building at 1:30: p.m. the Miraculous Medal In the
evening with coife at the sponsored' by the Garden Club tomorrOW.
Refreshments Were PFtVMed a church: 8 p.m. Adult Choir practice
Rev. and Mr. Charles C. Cain by the members of the WBCS. home of Mrs. JoNeS Manctnik, Detand. The Amelia Leek Circle wUlhave in the church.Wednesday .
tI who are leaving DeLand soon to prepared and served' by Mrs W New York Ave Mr. Fred Stafford president charge of till program at I St
make their. home at Meaie Frank C. Morrison of the guild. 1 During the business session named' the following membersto and. social hour.The guest speaker Thereoe. Circle meeting flit
Manor Dunedin. The table was covered with a member were reminded that serve as committee chairmen will be Mr*. Theodore W.. horn of Mr. Norman \Vtda'
la the receiving line with the lace cloth and centered with'lIt the benefit Musical lor the Garden for the year. They are:. Seller She will speak on Pakistan kind tl] W. Indiana Ave. with
of whit gladioli.! Club Center will be Sept. Mr*. Vernon Copeland publicity where she spent sometime tit.'.. Virginia!. Nelson and Mrs.
honorees' were their two daughter I 30 Mr*. Phil Drtmmel. Member are reminded to
Mr James B. 0.)1011011'1 and Oct. 1 at Stetson I'nlon. : scrapbook Grace Yeoman cohostessM.LEKDINO .
i-f *, Mr. Clifford E. Canner Ralph R Clayton, Mr. Olivia E It was announced that a new : Mrs. Ed. Zwlrker, telephone bring clothing and bedding forth as
Westfield. N.J.. and Mi*. Ogden Russell and Mr. Henry R. Smith feature of the Garden nub of and sunshine. United Clothing Appeal.' Mr*.
E. Bowman, New York City, the served at the punch bowl. Mrs. DeLand_ this year will be the Other members present were. Lee MacFtrtane la chairman. LBRalT
Rev. and Mr. George W. Wise Ray Vandenberg played back. I Mrs. Bruce Clary, Mrs. FrankFord Also to bring any kind of tradIng -
I man, and aasoclate pastor and ground music at the piano during I'|' arrangement wa composed of Mr*. Robert matt, Mrs. ttamp for the Chain of MI. Books Gifts
Mr*. Hugh Booth. the evening and Mn. Charles I Arthur J. Holmes, Merrill' 0. Dirk Johnston Mr. James Me- slonsrv Assemblies project' Mn.
A remembrance gift of a record L. Gault was ia charge of the Koonce and Mrs. Newman Approximately Lend Mr*. Jack Reed Mr. Ray Vandenburg I II chairman REEVE & HOWARD
album and a purse were. guest book. ,! 10 guests attended Robert Russ, Mr. BID Sherman This U th* deadline for the** It* WMT BTOUHA
I presented to the honorees by The committee la charge of 1 the .!fair. and Mrs. R1l'b011.. projects. Mr*. Henry R. Smith .

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Mr. Ind Mrs Eugene A. Bevls, KM W Minnesota AT*., ar* a
announcing the engagement and approaching marrlste of their v
daughter Marsha Lee, to James A. Tatum, son of Mr. and Mrs.
HOMO Tstum 730 N. Cherokee Ave.
The wedding will be an event of Nov. 93 In Trinity Methodist I
The bride-elect Is a grsduaM of DeLand High Ichool la the I BONANZAPRINT
class of 1963. She attended Webber College Babson Park for one
year and U presently employed at the Florida Bank at DeLand. 1
The prospective bridegroom I 18 a 1M3 graduate of DeLand
High School Ind attended one year at Daytona Beach Junior of uvings for .verybody. . corn. earlylr
Cortege He la presently employed J and 8 Pump Co. la this city 1


calendar of event Is supplied by the "varloua club and
organizations. The Sun New la responsible. for program that PRINT 'N
de not adhere to the schedule HsUd below. Any Chang must be I I 1 SOLID DRESS
In MONDAY our office: by Wednesday preceding date of publication I +r LENGTHS

6:30-Clvltan: Club Calico Kitchen Restaurant
I:00-BPOE: Lodg 140113. clubhouse a. Clara Ave. 1 :
i:00-IOOFMsgnolla: LodI 21, Odd Fellow Tsmpl I II
10.00 a.m.-Retired Persona A....., Tourist' Clubhouse. i !
W, cowry Ave. Mel try K' wide
lJ:00-Klwnla: Club, Calico Kitchen Restaurant. Aa1r
'::4 -LloDi Club clubhouse, N. Garfield Av*. p r Dress fakrte nr sly II,
1:00: -Knights of PyUilaa. Myrtle Lodge II, K: of P Han f. rrtflble P.eaey vataet
':Alcoholics Anonymous, 424 W, Rich Ave., Phone,..., s, Quality eeUea. saaobla
WEDNESDAY JSg waikskh.
U:00-Woman's: Republican Club, Luncheon. Calico Kitchen W I .. /
1:3G-Vrw'Auxlllarr: Card Party, at Post Horn, open to th* t
public :
7:00 SJH.-CB14C breakfast nesting. Calico KlUhea I '
Restaurant e e
1:30-VTW: Auxiliary card party at post home. Open to public.
7:30-Clvll Air Patrol Cadet at DtLand Airport / COTTON PINWALE
Senior Squadron mecca at .. __ FLANNEL COTTON
10:00: a.m.-Wom. Auxiliary to Pish Memorial Hospital, ,

l:00-iLaitd at hoapltaL open to Duplicate the public Bridge Club Deerfoot Road Clubhouse _\ i 4 ;::1 68 Yd.

l:4: -Elk: Filth Supper, Elks: Clubhouse V ;
1.00-Loyal Order of Moose lodge 11$. st Led
.. 1:00: -VFW, Dlcklnsoa-TompUas Post 3380, VTW Bora M" wile 1P wIde
1:00: -DiLaod Orange 113. Chamber of Commerce Bulldlaf .,,. I t $lHpy14me rliu lit the
rRlDAY: Kodel Polyester Blends \ wkel family. Msrhlaewsskslle Warante wire ta Mil*
1:10: a.m.-Jr. Wslfar Lesgue, Callc t itches Meatauraat s Mltea), bU el at.rdy eeedwey t. MM
10:00 a.m.-Home Demonstrstioa Club Florida Power Lounge esters efclae wsakakto, Mew a*
11:1: -Rotary Club lunch mseUog. Hotel Putnam In Prints and Solids: A Magic\ i a flash!
7:30: -Tourist Club card ,.rtf. Tourist clubhouse b
7:30-DfLand: Duplicate Bridge Club, Dumont Road elubhous <' \ P
Open to the public.Starting. .
Fabric Blcnd In Fashion f\\ I ,.


7 to 15 488Juniors. \ THREAD,12 to 20 '.** 79? Yd
Half-Sizes 14V& to 24% 9soou'
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in styling for the young u well as the half-siu customer. Shirt. wean New etyte Besse. MMir Shred Wide I
Shags, abut, seaM, Sew nb.Mof svtors.
makers and casual tailored well represented in both prints and i au seed 'ec q0

solids with full skirt emphasis. Three inch hecu. Rolled times.Bifht j

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Seta Irtt ....,. Mack, art*, ....!. n4li. $399BIRTHDAY IM%, .e.aid. wed Cw.geeS h wtHe, $5 00' with tlMtW wthf bt.i Pb. itM 99 C
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tf ... f W pales if wtaua-l eat sAS..... ..... $2.88 j I.Mi t4 tall tl tl SeaMMf. ..& ..** f5U '.
;V&lul'a' rtamtej ; t rl).tn f4 fMraatM.44 arifU. twt yew jt **t tr"= $10 r*VM4 N fMtattU N.. Prt**, walkH glee *.red r1ce Hsm 'fr sea, ..*..., .....,.. ,
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Church, Abington, Pa., Is Setting For Garden Club k 1 :;, ."-" '71 Periwinkle Circle ,

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Wedding Of Sally Ann Ambler, Dr. W. R. Hutchinson IV Board Sets : Makes Plans For

Mss Salty Ann Ambler. Abing- V Event Dates Coming Season

ton Pa., became the bride ot a I (

Dr. William Riley Hutchison I Announcement of coming i 1 The Periwinkle circle of the

Boon yesterday in the Ablng- events were made date set and I Harden dub of DeLand met
committee chairmen named at Friday morning for IJI organizaUonal -
ton Presbyterian Church, Abing- Friday morning's meeting of the meeting. The new circle
ton. Pa. Baskets of bridal flow Executive Board of the Gal den I WM formed last June, makingthe :
en graced the altar Club of DeLand. The meeting 20th circle In the DeLand
The bride is the daughter ot wat. held in the Florida Powei I Garden Cub The meeting WM
Mr and Mrs. Wayne Harper I Lounge. I held at the home of Mr. John F.
Ambler Ablngton. Pa. The bridegroom I Mrs. A. F. Powell president I Conn. W. Wisconsin Ave
u the son of Dr. William announced plan are being made During the business meeting
Hutchlnfon and Mrs. Evelyn for a two In one chow "Flowersand plan and alms for.the year were
Hutchlnson, both of DeLand. Fashions" set for March discussed: The purple of the
the S at the National Guard Armor circle ii to learn to .... >uttfy the
The Rev. Paul Wells and
Mrs Fred Stafford is chairman ,'' home!, church and community.The .
J'teJ hn'1IbilU officiated at W.asirll
and Mrs J. C. Bradley' 1 II co. following offlcen presided
the ceremony. rt chairman. The proceeds from the ,,,., wI+"III Mr i at their tint session. They are:
The bride given In marriageby event will b* used for the upkeepof Mn. Conn, president; Mr*. For
her father wore an Empire the center I rest Erecktnridae.ire presl-
style gown of candlelight peau Mrs Powell announced that I dent! ; Mn. Earl Joiner, seere-
lie sole highlighted: with Alencon last week a new garden circle at tiny; Mrs Lee Sayen. treas
lace and seed pearls on' Frenchnet. Deltona Will organized Making inter: Mrs. Edward Holmes,
Her elbow length veil of a total of 21'ctrclee\ in the D- A t publicity chairman; Mn. JamesDeLap
French Illusion wu held In place Land Garden dub. Th circle social( chairman; Mn.
with a ring of pesu de sole will be known as Gardenia Cir Edward Taylor, telephone chair.
She carried a bouquet of lily of cle. Garden Club Commuter Planning For Coming Event mn; Mrs Tribble Dick, circle

$e valley. , Arrangement representative to. the board, ,

'Mis Carol Veils, 'Ablngton, } 1 r The floral arrangement for the "Flower And Fashion two shows in one, will be. staged ->i March I, 'IMS, at the National meetings.Tentative !
plans made to
Pa., was maid of honor. Bridesmaids month! at the Executive Board Guard Armory, This forthcoming event will b* sponsored by the Garden- Club ofDeLand. with all meet at ,:30 a.m. the first Fri.dsy'of .
were Mil Holly -Skodol.daasport meeting war made by the SAnd. circle taking part. Pictured above looking over plans under consideration are from left, Mn. Fred
each month
Pa., Mn. Joseph spur Circle memben. Stafford, chairman of the event Mrs. A. F. Powell, president of the Garden Club of DeLand, and were .
Others Mrs.
Herman, Cambridge, Mass., and .a..L. Mn. Charlei Early, chairmanto Mr. J. C Bradley, co-chairman. Sun News Photo by Hunter) Judson Cauthen present, Mrs. Calvin
I Mae Mary Louise Stem, Louisville .
elect the Garden of the
Dicks M. K. Farrlsh and
Ky. They wore fashioned ,
gowns month displayed the sign that Mn. Warren Thwing.!
I along Empire \line In Nile will be placed la a DeLand Garden .
green rtlffon. They carried each month. '
sprays of Fuji mums, chrysanthemums Mn. Walter Wsdsworth' Vlo- I St. Barnabas Guild
and pompons .In fall let circle, chairman for the bazaar
colon and they wore wreaths r I showed hunrlmMe articles '
of matching flowers In their hair I that'will be on sale at the bazaaron Opens Fall Season
Dr. Hutchinson served his son w : Nov 14. Mra. B. F. Linder I.I Ism ,
u best man Ushers were Wayne : I -chaitmen. '
: .
The members of the St. Barnabas'
Ambler, brother of the bride. t I It' was voted tn have a paintIng .
Guild, St. Barnabis
Donald Wells Merrill Ambler : of Mr. Robert Wornlall. II'
copal! Church, will the fall
Jr., all of AWneton, Pa. Dr founder of the garden club, hang open
season a meeting at 1:30
Penny framer\ Mt. Airy, N. C In the new Garden Center'
tomorrow In the Parish
Mrs. Ambler chose for her j It wa also voted to invite District house

<4ugWer's wedding a Bavarian ; I Six, Florida Federation ofGarden The Rev Patrick J. Malone.
ereme knit dress with matching.acceesnrlee 4. 1 Cubs, tl< meet In De- pastor of St. Feter's Catholic,
\ Mn. Hutrhlnion Land during the full of 1945.! The Church, will speak on "The
wire for her 'Inn'. wedding a Invitation will be extended at the Roman Catholic Faith." This {Is'

grey! silk dress. with ..matchingaccessories. District Six meeting In Cocoa the sixth in a series on religious
Beach Oct. 23. Schraftta Car. faiths in keeping with the Guild's
A reception: followed the cere- Mm. William R., HuU........ liliwon IV riage'House.\ theme, "The Ecumenical Year,"
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Many tn the Huntlnrt Valley !Name' CommitteeMn. arranged by Mrs. George' Andrew .
Country Club. After a .wedding I FMHA Board To Meet Powell appointed Mrit I program chairman.The .
trip the newlyweds will resideat Delegates NamedTo Robert Hsnksl Magnolia Circle, aFi Rev Malone was bora
Croton Cotm. The bride '.t.'I The Woman's Auxiliary' to FVh chairman of a committee to dec and educated in Ireland. K*
tended Duke University School, Memorial Hospital will hold I it* orate the new Garden Center, i +1 I IJ Ib was ordained in 1940 and served

of Nursing and the bridegroom quarterly meeting at 1:30: a.m. Conventions At Cn-cbalrmen will be Mn. Charles 11 years In Ireland. He has been
I doctor graduated from the Thursday In the Auxiliary room Mnreland, Az lea Circle, and in DeLand for the put three
University of the South and Duke ot the hospital. Coffee will be Mra. Donald Page, Pansy Cir yean. Prior to that he spent
Medleal School e.rvM'prec.ding' the meeting. UDC Meeting three yean at Assumption Par
cle.It war announced that a show !tab Jacksonville, and seven
'Table\ Setting" featuring Mrs yean at Epiphany Parish Lake
Delegates and alternates to
Amy Law, will be Nov 14 at the City
REVIVALCALVARY conventions were named at frI. .Metropolitan. Bridge Club, Day- Hostesses for the dessert will,,
day afternoon's meeting of th* tons Bench. be Mrs. W C, Lena, Mrs. C.
Stonewall Jackson Chapter, Mrs Roy Taylor garden center A. C Johnson and Mrs Frank
: United Daughters ot the Confederacy chairmen I announced thatrules Rush. Devotional will be given
.. i by Mn. J, H. DuPuy.
s. will
the center
to govern
in the St. Barnabas
: '\ ; BAPTIST Episcopal Church pariah house hemallPdtltb.pI.uldent of ,

\ ..: ,, J Mrs. C. C Collins was named each' .circle.Mrs. A. R.. Mulllns was winner High School 'Clubs' Sponsor f i"lFu"ionSIIOIV' GREENVALLEY

; : \ CHURCH delegate and Mn. Henry Boggs of the proton given by the clubas e ,
ljtI;: . ., will be alternate tn the State, a door prize i Member of the Keyette a servic* 'club at'ta DeLand Senior Rich school, and' the'Aaaoclatton
( 1 Convention and Mrs. Lloyd!1 --- will sponsor a fall fashion show at T:3ff: p m. Wednesday in the Horn
'it ::6//.. : ,uo'L' MleJiljonWOCfri4.1t Everett was named delegate to ; Economic: Lounge it the Hijh School. The event la open to the publio and la one of tile projects,
.., : ' Delen/' the National Convention to beat DeLand.Duplicate of the clubs. Pictured above from r"rt'a"; Jean Rokavee, Gunny Lyter, Ktyett member Gloria A reed], NiUtntinl' ulieof f,ri
'RJctuMft ".., and Mrs.fotjlni Collins. Kejrett *n4\ FKA member: Busy Cannery, commentator, (Sun Hews Photo by Hunter) 'p rlor' itvo'iRrs esd] lift**
"r : ,will be alternate. ndtrachlmn.

':"- Til* ,program for the afternoon Bridge Winners \ Vita I ,,;/rOAHO' (FLORIDA I )) SUNHEM" 'SUN AT, SEPT. 27, W4 living soul, but I know youll
was given by Mn. Collins, who understand""I Box 6061
read a paper on the "Order for :Mn. Geoff PeanaQ was dl. guess III wear' last year's
,,7:30"pe: m. the Destruction! of the Confederate rector of the 10 table of dupll little black number. She said It Orange City Florida
Ship" by Adm. Raphael cats bride: played at the De Speak In Haste Repent In Leisure I was going( to. be )just a small ,
Grtii Coiptl Kemme, She also read a poem Land Bridge Club Deerfont Rd. Informal party,"

by Henry y1mtod.Hoetaeee North-south' winner were: By KITH MILLETT.Newspaper hut. .
PmchlagIniplrsUlonil for the meeting were Mr,. Carl Sanbom and Din:' . Enterprise; Asan. I '1 wouldn't marry him If n*
e, I Mrs; William ,Latta and Mr. Edwin Wachter, tint; Dr. Leon Some 'wards when spoken in I were the tut;mam on earth.
John Pearson Refreshment ard Munson and William Wood- hast leave a woman lots of "I'm going to give her a piece
Singing '
lock second; Lori Weeks and "
were served' from a decorated time to repent In leisure. Regrets of my mind. "
Geese L Irswit, IvingsltitLA.CldlngS table to the 13 workers and two Charles Daglla. third; Mrs often follow such rash "Stop' worrying about Sally
Leader guests Mn. B. W, Hammitt Ruth Blatt and Robert Leigh remarks There' nothing in the house she
'''* aa:
and Mn. Myron Pickens. fourth. hurt" rra.-siC 1
winner Mrs. Til how him he can't treat
East-went were:
Ida B. Wilson and Mr. Hazel me like that and get away with "I'm" going to put my foot

Anderson, first) Mis.' Edna It." down
dr Rellly and T. H. Cove second; "I thought I ought to tell you "There's nohurry shout returning
tt. Keen It long as
Mr*. O. N. Lackey and Miss for your own good .as 1
: Ethel Johnson 'third; Mr. and. LHIf a child of mine ever behaved you like/
t # " : ; Mn. Myron Aecardl, fourth. like that, I know what I'd I "1 hop when I'm her age III
r; 'kv.' hive sens* enough not to try to
'f\ t Winner of the six week Friday do. "
." act young. -
-(; night terle were announced VJurt drop tn any thn
aa follow: Myron Aecardl. first; After all. if* too good a That's on* thing Id never
''t', ,1 Mn. Myron Attend! second; bargain to pm up." put up with." ,
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, Mn. John Vandenchtaf, thirds ."1 really shouldn't! repeat this "Your work sounds fascina
ting. Do tell me more aboutIt
.' at' a Mn. Ruth Blatt. fourth John "
I VandenehaaJ, fifth.: will\ b* at 1 p.m Thurs ," tw'
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NeioMembers Of AAUW ollortd At Dessert "Thl was a deliberate violation
Meeting of the Sitter said
<< law Committee Working On Plans E'orClnu Reunion
"We told them about H, buttIIat'
Officer of the DtLand Branch of the American Asaociatlon of University Women( were hortesat all "
at a. recent dessert meeting honorlnc new. members of the AAUW in the Stetson Union.Thsy we ran do. Plan ire Hearing completion for nil forthcoming 10th rest reunion *f till 1114 gtaduat of tin DeLaad High: BeBoal Ti* lOt
are, from left to right seated Mrs. Carr. Frltneh, tint vice president: Mr. VlrfU P. Bind He suggested a central> motor tlvtue are being planned during tee homecoming activities Nov. 1. Pictured above are fmir of" the members checking the Bat tt elaas.'
ert. preildeat Standing left to right, Mien Louts Bill, second! vice president.: Mrs. Hubert TiltotiJr. pool for an state agencies In mites wheel addreonei are atlll mlaxing They are: left ta right, Patty Mrs.. Area J.> Lockerman Martha Chits. Beryl) Ksuios. Mary
.. tmaum; Mri. Rumell P. Taylor secretary, Sun News Photo by Hunter) certain' areas ai a means to (Mrs. Donald OUmovir, end Ada tarn, Tommy) Downing
pave taxpayer money.He The rommitle has found out that 14 members' of till claim, .n still living. DLnd, II members sr* living alsewher la Florid,
also" suggested giving hi* three, in Cilifornia and two are living In Souta' America. CUnmitaa mil not font d are: Chart William Anal, Janet U. Eolllt1.I .
'AFTER JAPAVS SURRENDER TO ALLIES office greater authority to ron I John 1., Oliver, lasso Buck) Bonlfiy>> Jr., Riymond iRiv) Fletcher, "..1A.. Montgomery, Olady Shepard, Judy AvID Rests Peter
trot purrhulnf practices ,of the Clerk Judy Hell Frederick Fred) Webster, and H, lee Rsrrli.Plins .
separate. state agencies are being made for a binquet Oct. It at T p m at the "hn''Wtlfta' Raataaraoi Martin president, will introduce the faculty;
The study subcommittee win I members .ho will be rU"ll.IlIf till el..., Sun New fhnto by Hunter)
MacArthur Hirohito Met 19 Years AgoTOKYO mike a report later to the parent ----. .- -- -

group which Daniel .head. Pap J DIUNO II tnOIIDA) SUM NEWS SUNDAT, HPT. 17,MM Wants Accord But .
Recommendations on reorranlgallon Peace Force e a
of till will be
AP) On .,. for the historic en TIll emperor walked Into the presented to the IMS legislature Provident Aaastaa I. UUcoyuaajs '
per 21. U45. in a alttlnt high.cellinged sitting room To Continue News From Washington Rusala wants good rlatlons .
tilt Americas Embassy Even when the feudal shoguns when the general wslted. with wt Germany but
took place a meeting ...* at the height of their power Turning MscArthur said Rep4iri UNITED NATIONS. N.Y lot at the expense of Moscow
two men that probably the emperor a puppet, no "Your majesty, think you for i (AP TIll Security Council WASHINGTON Af) Final) nests Virgil L Crlom I and tie with the Communist List: ,
Japia for the Western ruler bad dared ask thl.mperor coming Slated x hat given the UJ4, Pete Fore settlement of an \Mull has the nation first two-man orNt- Germans
One of the principal* to come to him. It was Then began a conversation<< I another three-month I.... en cineeled ind annulled al flight In a Gemini spacecraft Mikoyin\ made the remark at
shogun who went to the that was to reshape! till world. IK : a meeting Friday ef till Presidium .
c.tDtJullu MacArthur, life, but It was warned the openalien strike action by 159,000 "within the tint 10 days" of
By going to MacArthur, "1 wiah JACKSONVILLE (AMEmergency of the Soviet Resigned ,
preme commander: for to atone, the emperor m.Ylo broke before then rsllroad shop workers. ISM. Supreme
Allied which emperor wu setting a ..Id. "lor tilt deeds of my : beach eroolon repair l'blllt'll' Hid during a1nlt a decre ratifying a Sovlet -
powers Francis A. ONelU memberof
In lit. John and Duval The 11 nation council voted
brought Japan to Its knees. precedent that country In starting this horrible countlM haw been under.1 the Nstlonal Mediation her FrIday that h* hoped the Cut German teary ef
put umnlmouily FrIday tit continue
a little more. than a Irreparably damage the war""Atone" contracts lei than. two wHIt.a".r the tltOman fort until, Dee Board announced Friday that i flight would take place la Jsni. friendship, mutual assistance J i
.. Image, th* chamber- MaeArthur asked and cooperitlon.tslnment ;
earlier, lie /had taken
had been reached
hurricane Dora smashed :2* to try tit keep per on the an agreement ry.Th
believedROSE Submit; to the scaffold the
the country occupation AT 7 A.M. Into the northeast Florida coast exploit Mediterranein InlandSecretary on the 'Usu fit psy guarantee.for * Nsftonst Aeronautics andSpace or gifts from' contra*
TB. other wa Emperor emperor ceid.MACARTiiIR 11"". ,General U Thnt chopmen who loso their Jobs Administration had ton
hits In whole name The emperor we, as Ulltlal..round gTARTtFIt I Col. H R, Parfltt, d'ntrlct told the council, however, that I or suffer pay cut bcaas of planned to launch the first Gemini Assistant Secretary of D-.
Japanese bad fought and T a.m. Hia morning suit MacArthur was startled by Army engineer announced the he "had no iMuranre of getting operational changes spacecraft' later this year, ten* Norman C Paul told
ONE COJSCESSIOVTt : been laid out. Only he knew. the emperor offer to give his award of a $243: W contract for the 17,060,000 in contribution he Tarsier: this week, agreement \but various factors Including<< aewameq that the practice! ofriefens
tileII'S he was going to>> do at his life to promote a new understanding repair at two place In Johns bed been marred on four otherUiue recent hurrlcsne\ have delayedIt. personnel accepting/
one concession the with MacArthur: bit between Japan and the County. It went to Arnold M. need to keep. till lint nation *. ",trsctor-pld lunch** "will b/I
bad mad In accepting( not a word to his chamber United States. The general Diamond Inc of Great Neck, N. fort (tint A scheduled daybreak walkout promptly curtailed, w* hope."
surrender was to allow \ It WU he who had asked quickly put the suggeitionaslrie. Y orroMTifpi cnrn: Tue day was poetponed Indefinitely WASHINGTON AP( The ,
emperor system to the meeting It had been Work has begun tinder a 111millieo "Cxpreta oppneltlon his been after negotiator anounced Detente Department has tightened REMEMBER '
Kecsuie of the emperor's' that tile conversations: at KlnoRhlta, th""rtllIM present contract<< let earlier for stated \la the council to the u** lentatlv settlsmtnt. of Its standards of conduct t. ,
fluence on the lives of meeting would be Kept said he learned later that M.... revetments along Atlantic!, Nip for this purpose of any other the Job ..It'U1'tyAlu.\ \ *, bar military sad rtvilia personnel OAS DOES n BtIT:
. th* success( or faUur of t.Mlehlo. Arthur was so moved by Rirohlto tube and Jacksonville beaches la United Nations fuseTant from r accepting free otttx-i rcit O.M it tee t/
. Occupation depended to a Klnofthlta, then on* of a feelings "that he went sp to Duval County. aald. WAMTfNtTrON (AP) -...Aatror 1\atIdIM, other. forma of Nil'rr -
degree en relations with w i. .r- r i
chamberlains, recalled the the emperor and. almost kissed ,
Japan* sovereign. lon: him." I y
As that September "We were against the emper' / I Th* meeting over, MacArthur I
years ago began it was I Il\nl'to\ aee General Mae. scoried the Japan*** sovereign .
Imagine what possible We. would' have much to his limousin ,
could com of the It the other way In two more meetings details
leut so thought the But under till rIreum..t of which were llkewls kept 1 fJIe '"
chamberlains as they rel whit could w* do? We ecret, the groundwork for N.occupation i
babied the walls of the never known" a situation In was laid. The two
Tokyo palace preparing anyon' ranked<< above the I men became better acquainted, Qtt
emDevrt' There developed a deep respect
Many thought that Hirohito and attachment all till mot ON-THE-BOUIEVARD """I i
PORf OLE LES SAYS bad gone to plead for bas. own' Interesting because there two I i a s
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safety, conjecture! \ was that leaders terra from such different | "II"Z
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Church, Abington, Pa., Is Setting For Garden Club I ' Tt Periwinkle Circle

Wedding Of Sally Ann Ambler, Dr. W. R. Hutchinson IV Board Sets Makes Plans For

Miss Sally Ann Ambler, Abing Event Dales Coming Season

ton, Pa. became the bride of aFy I
Dr William RUey Hutchison NIt ,Announcement of coming I The Periwinkle Circle ef the
events were made date set and 1 Garden dub e>f DeLand met
noon yesterday la the Abing f committee chairmen named at Friday morning for an organizational

ton Presbyterian Church, Abing Friday morning' meeting of the t minting. The new circle
ton. Pa. Baskets of bridal flowers E\ecutiv Board of the Maiden wa formed last June, mating
graced the altar! Club of DeLand. The mewincwa the 20th circle in the DeLand
Tht bride U the daughter of held in the Florida Pow, Garden Club. The meeting was
Lounge rErtl held at the home of Mrs John. F.
Mr and Mr. \Va\nt Harper ;
Mix A T. Powell, president Corn. W Wisconsin Ave.
Ambler Abington, Pa. The bride
P During the business meeting
grown is the son of Dr. William announced plan are being< made
plans and aims tor the jear were
and Mrs. a two In one o'n *
Hutchinson Evelyn
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Hutehlnson both of DeLand. Fashioni I ," set for March discussed.: The purpose of the
< :S at the National Guard Armor circle li to learn to beautify' the
The Rev. Paul Wells and the epT Mrs. Fred Stafford la chairman home, church and community.The .
,.Rev. John MaglU officiated at :,
following officer presidedat
and Mr*. J. C. Bradley la co-
the' ceremony. I their first es ion. They are:
chairman. The proceeds from the
t ,' { e I Mrs. Conn, Mrs For
"Tht bride given in marriage event will bt used for the upkeepof iert president;
by her father wore an Empire, T the canter I rest Breckeiuidge. vice presl-
,1 Pf dent Mrs Earl Joiner, secretary
style gown of candlelight peau Mr. Powell announced that ;
4t sole highlighted with Alencon, : last week a new garden circle at ; Mrs. Lee Sayers treasurer
lace and seed pearls! on' French Deltona wt organized making f ; Mrs. Edward Helmet,
publicity chairman; Mrs. James
net Her elbow length veil of
a total of n circle\ in the De-
:French Illusion "was held in place Land Garden Club The circle DeLap. social chairman; Mrs.
with a ring of peau de sole. will be known Edward Taylor, telephone chairman -
a* Cir
She valley.carried a bouquet of. lily ofQie ) ,t cle. ArrangementThe Garden Club Committee Planning For Coming Event representative; Mn. Trtbble to' Dicks the board circle.

'Mis Carol' Wells, 'Abington, \ floral arrangement for the Flowers And Fashions" two show in one, win be staged on March S, IMS. at tile National' meetings.Tentative plans were made M
Pa.. was maid of honor" Brides month at the Executive Board Guard Armory, This forthcoming event will be sponsored by the Garden Club of DeLand. with all meet at 1:30: a.m. the first Fri
maids were Miss H lly 'Skndol, meeting was made by the Sand. circle taking part Pictured above looking! over plans under consideration art from left. Mrs. Fred day"of each montlt. ,
Qassport. Pa., Mrs. Joseph spur Circle members. Stafford chairman of the eVent Mrs. A. T, Powell president of till Garden Club of DeLand, and Others present were Mrs.Judxon .
Herman Cambridge, Mug, and r r Mr. Qwrle Early, chairmanto Mr. J. Bradley, co-chairman. Sun News Photo by Hunter) .._ Cauthen Mrs Calvin
:Miss Mary Louise Stem Louisville select the Garden of the I --- ---- 'I' Dicks. Mrs. M. K. Parrtsh and
Ky. They Wll'llIown.: fashioned month displayed the sign that Mrs. Warren Thwlng.
along Empire linei in Nile will be placed In a DeLand Gar I
green chiffon. They carried den each month. I
tprays of Fuel) mums, chrysanthemums .;. Mrs. Welter Wa Jlwnr\h\ Violet I St. Barnabas Guild
and pompons ln fall 1 ."-&- -....... circle chairman, for the bll'
colors and they wore wreaths I rear, showed hamtmarie article H '
el matching<< flowers their hair, I that will be on sale at the bazaaron i Opens Fall Season
Dr. Hutchinson served hit son Nov 14. Mr*. B. F. Under Is

u beet' man. Ushers were Wayne Sk4h cochairman.It The members of the 'St. Barnabar .
Ambler, brother of the bride voted to have .
was a painting S i Guild St. Barnabas Episcopal -
Donald Wells. Mernll AmblerJr. << of Mr. Robert Worxtall, 1 Church, will open the fall
.. all of Abinrton. Pa.: Dr. founder of the garden club hangIn 4Vsn season with a meeting at 1:30
Tancy Beamer. Mt. Ab% N. C. the 'new Garden Center I p.m. tomorrow In the Parish
Mrs. Ambler chose for" her It wa also voted to Invite DI.. 1 house
Daughter' wedding a Bavarian hict Six Florida Federation of The Rev. Patrick J. Malone.
crone !knit dress with matching, Garden Club, tll( meet In De-,,I )pastor of St. Peter's Catholic
accessories. Mrs. Hutchinson tint Land during the fan of IMS. The Church will speak on "The,
wort for" her son's wedding( a Invitation will be extended at the k I Roman Catholic Faith." This is
grey silk dress with jnatchlngaccessories. .. District Six meeting in Cocoa the sixth in a series on religious
Reach Oct. 23, at Schraftta Carriage I I faiths in keeping with the Guild's
A reception followed the ceremony In. William R. IllIkllln..n" IV House. theme, "The Ecumenical Year,"
In the Huntlngton. Valley Name Conimltte I arranged by Mi George Andrew .
Country Cub After a wedding I FMHA Board To Meet Mrs. Powell appointed Mrs, program chairman.
trip tile newlywed will ralde Delegates NamedTo Robert Hankal, Magnolia Circle, The Rev Malone was born
at Groton Conn. The brideat. I The Woman's Auxiliary to Fkh clislrman a committee In dee. and educated In Ireland He
tended Duke University Schoolof Memorial Hospital wUl hold its orate the new Garden Center was ordained in 1940 and served
Nursing and the bridegroom I quarterly meeting at (::30 a.m. Conventions At Co-chairmen will N Mrs. Charles 11 years in Ireland. He! has beenIn
a doctor graduated from the Thursday In the Auxiliary room MnreUnd Azalea Circle! and DeLand for the past three
University!' of the South and Duke of the hospital. Coffee will be Mrs. Donald Page, Pansy Clr years Prior to that he spent
Medical School served-preceding the meeting UDC Meeting el,.. three years at Assumption Parish .
It was announced that a hm* Jacksonville, and seven
Mrs, years at Epiphany Parish Lake
'' "Table Settlnes" featuring!!
'Delegates and alternates to Amy Law, will be Nov. 10 at the City,
REVIVALCALVARY, conventions were named at Friday j. ',dub Hostesses for the dessert will
Metronolltin, Bridge Dsy-
afternoon's! meeting.; ef the tons Beach ? I be Mrs. W C Latta Mrs. C.
Stonewall Jackson Chapter, Mrs Roy Taylor, garden pen.ter .' A. C Johnson and Mrs. Frank
Rush. Devotional will be
i United Daughters oi the Confederacy chairman announced thatrule -i given
by Mrs. J. H. DuPuy.
.... In the St. Barnabas to govern the center will I
be mailed to the 'prealdent'
BAPTIST Episcopal Church parish' house

: Mrs C. C. Collins was named garb A. R., MuUIn was winner High School 'Clubs' Sponsor Fall Fashion Show GREENVALLEY '

) I.!. CHURCH delegate and Mrs Henry Boggs nf the rroton given by the club
: will be alternate In the State, *i a door prize; Members of the Kertttes. a service club at'tht DeLand Senior High School, and' the Futurellnmemakers
I :Y. Convention ant, Mr. Lloyd Association, will sponsor a tall fashion show st 7:39: p.m. Wednesday in the Home
"i nc ,," \ tSfJl MlchlgtnWOC41J Everett was named delegate to Economic Lounge st the Blab School. The eveat t* open to the public and I* one of tile project!
,. j \ DtL.n the National Convention to be Deland. Duplicate ef the clubs Pictured above from left'ate: Jean Rokavee Olnny Lyter Kejrette member. Gloria A geed, risUtttiit tch*.( for \1
':' ,'" >, .. t at'fUchiwind. V..,' and Mrs Collins Keyett and FHA member; Susy Connery, commentator. Sun News Photo by Hunter) suptrltr'stvdsitt md gifted
; jCottinvwHl: \ be alternate. ndtrichltvtn.

: ; ;** The .program for the afternoon Bridge Winners ?\ rija I ,,:Duo t (FIOMDA) SUN NEWS SUNDAY, SEPT. V, If MSpeak living soul but I know youll
wee given by Mrs. Collin., who understand""I Box 606L
read paper on the "Order for Mrs. George PesrsaQ was director guess I'D'wear last )'f'ar'lUttJe '
7:30: ,p. m. the! Destruction\ of the Confed- of the 10 tshles ef duplicate \ black number, She said It Orange City Florida
crate Ship." by Aim\ RaphaelSemmet bridge played at the De. In Haste Repent In LeisureBy was going tl). be Just a imaU ,

11 Gr.ilGoipl She also read a poem Land Bridge Club, Decrfoot Rd. informal party,"
PiNching by Henry 'fImrod.HOIte.lel North-snuth winners were: BtTH MOLETTN'twapaper : but . "
for the meeting were Mrs. Earle Sanborn and Mrs. Enterprise.; Aaan. '1 wouldn't marry him U ht,,
iaiplrtilontl l Mr,; William 'Latta and Mrs. Edwin Wachter first; Dr. Leon. \Some words when spoken In were the last''man on earth." r wpww,} ,' y al'wwe '
Singing John Pearson Refreshments aid Munsnn and William Wood. hut leave a woman lot of "I'm' going to give her a piece I'/ 'iilk
were served from a decoratedtable lock second; Lori Weeks and time to repent In leisure. Re- of my mind."
Cttrgt L Irtwit, Evingtllit to the 13 worker and two Charles Daglla, third: Mrs. greta often follow such each "Stop1 worrying about Sally
Leader guests, airs B. W, Hammltt Ruth Blatt and Robert Leigh, There's nothing la the house she
L A. Ctlding, Sing fourth. remark. as:
and Mrs. Myron Plckena.rf "I"U show him he can't treat' can hurt"
East went winner were:
"I'm going to put my foot
Ida B. Wilson and Mrs Hazel me" like that and get away with down,"
Anderson first; Mrs. Edna it
Rellly and T. M. Cove second; "I thought I ought to tell you "There's nohurry about returning
It. Keen It long as d
Mr. 0 N. Lackey and Mite for your own good. "
' ', Ethel Johnson third; Mr. and i"II I a child of mint ever be- you.. like.
: \\ ." Mrs. Myron Ar. ard1. founts. hived like that, I know what I'd hop when I'm her age IIIhave
sense enough not to try to
"" "
week Fri do. v.
: Winners ef the six I
1 \ day night sates were announced --"Just drop la any time""After act young.
as follows: Myron Accardl tint; all. it's too good a "That's! out" thing I'd never
i "I Mr*. Myron Accord! second; bargain to pace up." put up with.
Mr*. John Vinderschtaf, third;I'loin. > ."1 really shouldn't repeat this "Your work sounds fascinating.
.' Do tell me more about
Ruth Blatt. fourth; John} "
Vanderschaat fifth. game will bt at 1 p.m. Thurs it.
:",\Y'", I : 1"0 The next duplicate\ bridge day .wouldn't tell this to another

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; CASUALLYYOURSI If Joe wait warnta sad eon-
Ant aD.thraach your ._.-
DIAMOND SELECTION wtth .le.Mt 0U bitla-twitch
g1e t Colmua ml Heated! tielu-
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Caatrola draft It save
I get et M 8'I.clrul.tle. ,..II.a
warmth sD thrwifti yaw* .
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for eslrt warmth Smartly
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B. Ten annlt. diamondw tar'tht" '
couple with tmartty mtiar tats
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*pas:. 14K .tlltl gold w M>f>f

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I TALLAHASSEE: Af) ._ Hints I iz4
of possible eoBuafen e among I Ji., ;t '. ,
firms telling article to the ;.;" "....... \ '
ittt were brought to light \by .- . .
a legislative subcommittee Investlating '
state purchasing pole

kiN Ralph/ Siller told/ a study !

group headed by n.p..1..
borne Daniel o( Lake Countythat
: la some cues the low hidden .
on paper supplies withdrew ,

r field to their competitor offer, leaving the

Questioned by Daniel Siller I
said It waa possible that collnalon '
was Involved/ In the tram-
actions\ M* didn't say outright
; Nyr whether all' office had found ,' : "
: 1't'
any case fI' price fixing ',i '
Florida A -
\ Siller reported that
and M University for Netroes. i !
at Tallahassee bought M.OOO I
worth ef air conditioner In 10
JI I .I- day without taWng bids.

.. f. Md art required In purchase vr4 t r"
: *. of ever SI,000 but the I .1
university bought them In separate ,

., amount of under tl.OOO ,'.}J

IVeteMember Of AAUW Ilo11ortd At Dessert Meeting each.This of wa the a law deliberate" Seller violation said/ Committee Working On Plans For Class Reunion

"We told them about tt, buttllat'
Officers of the DeLand Branch of the American Association tit Onlxerslty Women' were hoste "
all we can do. Plan sr, rearing completion for the forthcoming 19th year reunion '"f tile ISM graduate of the Dtland IBgS ttbaol. Tha t.
Ae.s tt a recent dessert meeting honoring nw members of the AAUW in the, IIt'tJOllII Union. ,
H* suggested a coattail motor ttvlti. are being planned during the homecoming activities Nov. 1, Pictured above art four of tile member checking the list of elaaa'
frOM left to Mm Carl T, first vice Mn. Virgil P Sand-
They are right tested. Putsch president: .
pool for all atatt agencies In j males whose addresses art still mlMtng They art: left to right Patty Mrs. Area J.) Loektrmaa, Mirth (Mrs. Beryl) Ntttita, Mary
era president etandlng left to right Miss LoulM Bill second vice president: Mrs Hubert TsltonJt
certain area as a means (Mrs Donald OUmour, and Ada Mrs.. Tommy) Downing
., trtssum Mrs. Russell P. Taylor, Sun News Theta Hunter
secretary by
: lave taxpayer: money. TIle commit his found wit that 14 member of the clam art still living I III DtLand II members art living elsewhere la rends,
H. also suggested giving Miefflce three In California and two art living In South America. Clsssmstta still not \located are1: Charltt' William Annie Jtaet M. Xeiukt
AFTER JAPAN'S SUR RENDER TO ALLIES greater authority to control John L Oliver laaat Buck) Bonlfsjr Jr. Raymond (Ray) Fletcher John R. Montgomery, Oladys Iheptrd. Judy Aviv Rosin Peter
purchasing practice ,of the Clark Judy. Hill Frederick Fred) Webster, tad H. Let Karri,
separate State agencies Plan art being made for a banquet Oct IS at 1 p m ,at the Hhownoat Rtttanraat lilt. Martin president, '111 introduce the faculty;
I The study subcommittee win members she will bt guests' of tile class. gun News Photo by Hunter. )
MacArthur Hirohito Met 19 Years Ago make a report later to the parent --

Recommendation. group which Daniel on reortnltatlnn heart- 7 BIUND (nOlfflA) SUN NEw SUNDAY, SIPT. 17, If M Wants Accord, But. .

of the government will he MOSCOW AP) Soviet I

TOKYO (AP) On Septem- sovereign for the historic encounter The emperor walked] Into the presented to the 1155 legislator News From President Aaaataa L Klkayta I
per ZT. Ita. in a sitting room of high.celllnged sitting r o d m Washington say Russia wants good relation
the American Embassy, there Even when the feudal shoguna where the general waited. Beach with West Germany but
took place a meeting between were at the height of their power Turning. MacArthur said Repair let at the txptIol| Moscow
two men that probably saved and the emperor a puppet, no "Your majesty, thank you for TO AP) final naut Virgil L GrUtom 'and tie with the Communist tart
Japan for the w.tII'1wnrtd., military ruler had dared ask the coming. Slated For JaxJACKSONVILLE ...,,"' of an Issue has till nation, first two-man orbital Germans.Mikoyan.
On* of the principal was emperor to come) to him. It waathe Then began a conversation ltd end annulled' threat flight M a Gemini spacecraft I male the remark at
strike action 190,000 "wit III' the tint W of a meeting Friday of the Pmi4-
shogun who went to the that was to reshape the world by day*
Ctn. Douglas commander MacArthur for the supreme throne. By going to MacArthur "I wish to atone" the emperor (API hop worker IMS.! turn ol the Supreme Soviet. H..
beech' prestos re
Allied which had the emperor was setting a said "for the deeds of my Emergency and Duval ." A. O'NeiU a member OrUsom said during I111ft signed. a decree ratifying a See
power humiliating precedent that country In starting this horrible pairs In M the National Mediation her Friday that he hoped the vlet Eaat German treaty' of
brought Japan to fie kneei. Onlya counties\ Keen put tinder friendship. mutual
flight would take place in Jinuary. assistanceand
little more. than a month would Irreparably damage the wlr. contract !lees than two weeks III"'I" announced" Friday that .
earlier he had taken over as Imperial Image, the chamber "Atone!" MacArthur eed.'Submit after hurricane Dora smashed agreement had been reached cooperation.talnmsnt
the country' occupation chief. loins believed. to the scaffold; the Into the northeast Florida coast the Issue of pay guarantee The National Aeronautics and or gifta from cnntrao+ \
The other was Emperor Hlr ROSE AT 'T A.M. emperor lllel.MACARTRl1t. 11"". shopmen who I.... their Jobs\ Span" Administration !had ton
hate, in whose name million of The emperor rare, a* usual RTARTIXn Col. H. R. rarfltt. Japanese bad fought and died. around 'T a m. His morning suit MacArthur was startled by Army engineer. announced the / changes, spacecraft later this year, Norman C Paul told
had been laid out Only he knew the emperor offer to give his award of a C43.:U\ } contract for : this "week agreement but! various\ factor Including lewsmen that the practice of
ONE CONCESSIONThe what h' was going to do at his life to promote a new understanding repair at two place In St John been reached on four other recent hurricane have delayedIt. defense personnel> acceptingcontractorpaid
one concession) the Allies meeting with MacArthur1; he between Japan and the I County. It went to Arnold M *. lunches "win be
kid made in accepting laid not a word to his chamberlain United State. The generalquickly Diamond, Inc. el Great Neck N. scheduled/ daybreak walk WAsMLNGTON promptly curtailed we hope" t
aurrender war to Japall"1 *. It wu he who had asked : put till suggestionwide. Y.Work Tuesday was postponed In. AP) The .
emperor' system to fnr .th* meeting. It had been has begun tinder tilminion : ly after negotiators ,e Defense Department has right REMEMBER
Because of the emperor's Influence \. agreed that the conversations at Klnoshlta though not present contract let earlier for tentative settlement of toed standards el conduct' t. ,
on the lives of Japanese I the meeting would be kept said he learned later that Mar- revetment along Atlantic Neptune Jon security bar military aid. rtvttlu personnel GAl DOES n JIlT '
the success or failure of the eeret.. Arthur wa so moved by Htrohl-\ aid. Jacksonville bathes In Usui.r from accepting' free ORECN'S rCIL Dee n Fer LewU 4 44C'4o4
Duval County. JI1NGTON ) Astro lunches, other arms ol enter- /t)
depended to a large .
occupation Mlchlo Klnoshlta, men one of fn's feeling "that he went up to
degree on relation with the the chamberlains, recalled theoccasion the emperor and. almost kissed I
.Japanese sovereign.A him." ,
that September morning \1yeara "We were. against the emperor The meeting ever, MacArthur I
ago began tt we hard to going to see General Mae- escorted the Japanese sovereignto '
imagine what possible good Arthur. We, would have much his limousine.In .
could come of the meeting.. At preferred It the other way two more meetings, detail r /
least M thought the Imperial around. But under the clrcum. of which were likewise keptsecret ? 4 1i1
chamberlains a*. they acurrled dances what could we do! We the groundwork for theoccupation
behind the walk of the mOlted I bad never known" a ilrustion III was laid. The two ,
Tokyo palace! preparing! their which anyone ranked above the men became better acquainted. ,
tmPf'l"orT"' There developed a deep respect J
Many thought that Htrnhlt and attachment all the more ON-TNE-BOUtEVARD

PORE OlE US SAYS; bad safety gone and to conjecture plead for was his own that leader Interesting\came because from suck these different two. awe 'Install mt Sank lvsrythhsg l W* lalT" f R R

V DC n't Know MacArthur thought so too, said backgrounds and culture 230 NORTH BLVD. PHONE: 73/.4fl1fir" .

i wirr, Know KIIIOI""', who since his mitre.meat The tall erect general. and the J ji
In 19M has been fat charged '
diminutive, slouch shoulderedsovereign r 1'(
V.ur Jtwelei"LES
the outer palace grounds
couldn't have been
... .. _
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more different, even In their '
TERRELL walking gaits. M cArt1lur'. wtsure
: I
and confident. Hirohito 1 LOW in Price .

JEWELERS RENEW r9UForrtf ball lilt, a* If groping for dale
LICtIlUtMJRIIt' / that weren't thete. .
roux They had one great thing In k.r
rtmi Tt TraaV .7' 1161fT. common they both sought"

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: ..are r e n j Tram Jk TtaNAOt i.. It ......MIXtD..... W.I L.1I I. '-- DEL AND Ui6R DeLand 26-6

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Jy lOGO OttMORSus Taam 1.n--o T.nm N N *4I : ------ ! '. 11"' ti} )) s( n'TT: halfback Bobby Berj- upon WUdwood VCfldeat in. anlctpal -

Newo Sport* Editor ,, T I .am m N\n *> jmj nan of the visiting. St. Auguitin' Stadium \V II l d woo d

Taam N S I fellow fackets rambled for stopped Zephyrhffls 38.0 on Fri
vice MADCAP ie4'r p"n! of real estate in Municipal day night

Stadium Friday night at the
w.fVtimtruMlon L. FIRST SCORE

Punt, Pass & Kick ContestThat fi.Land t':.....1t..t....._::: rT..m / J J"ul Ate expense a* he sparked of the a DeLand 26 victory Bulldog before Midway through the opening .
,.. __ e 1 period the Jacket took over .
and an boya11 HaKht I Dona .._ 4 4 a disappointed hometown
Urn of the year his rolled around again ball with Bergman
Art Pluurlne ::... I I ,. crowd. taking a pint :
(- should be seriously thinking about their punting, passing and 'loam an. e '. on his 20 and moving to the 40. :
kicking u the annual Punt Paaa tt Kick competition sponsored : e: Itr--t-- : / f Bergman scored the first two From there it took Just taw

by the National Football League and the Ford Motor Company Uutt Teem he.. Lei-... .a touchdown for the Jackets and plays for Me first score Bergman )
] around the corner. JACK' and. .JILLW' i : accounted for 160 yards on 11carries went the last 29 yards al :

It to certainly hope that more local youngsters will be entering L, for an 11.5 average per though'. hit hard- three time '
1:1..11'1. .._
the contest till year and.tht they will get their parent out to tonr( d Lumlwr._?-.... a I p' try In all the visitor displayed long the. sidelines he battled In :
I help them. It doesn't cost anything! to enter and there U nothing Larallls'a Rig; Rig, : : a powerful running game that for the six! .pointer. Charles
Turn >D, t .j .... ... ;
netted them 337: the
i to buy. lam 4k.lcUon Msriant'. : : i yards on Moore booted the PAT and .Itwa .
Not only are there some ale award on the local level and ., Tire .......-...-.--. 4 I ground while gaining only four 7 0 with 3:U. to go.
same treat prize. on the rational arena but there Is a great deal In the air.
of valuable experience gained by the younsterl'ln competition DI5AIYOCIAW. L. The visitor tallied In each The Bulldog got a short drive .

with' other their own age. ", ."."' Auto uu.u.. I quarter while allowing the Bulldog underway but were forced to
P.a.ld Sian ...
P.rvice I
give up the ban early in the.

lob Whkoktr ot ,*wtll.Hpr Ford h the men with r 61andshell>.S.., Radl, --*---TV.---.-.-.- :Its 14 J'H. SPECIAL GIFT TO BULLDOGS Rusty Franklin, right Sales Manager at pointer.* only a third period ix- second period. The Jacket bad .

all the local cutest mowers and voungittrt should step Dhow Paul; fcnlMws Roam '.:V..T..M, i.., : 4 DeLand Dodge turns over the keys to the 1963 Dodge which will be used by the De. This Friday night the Bulldog their next drive- stopped In a .

by this leeatitn and get aa entry !blink 01.will era. lift!* ram. a'Illl.ra' s A Land High: School Athletic Department for its needs. Head Football Coach Tom Hill face another toughie when they hurry by defensive specialist

booklet with plenty of food lalormotloa' by the oxptrta la Patty fharmxr'imilP.IRA 1 accept the'' keys prior to Friday's football game between the Bulldogs and St. Au get back Into action in theOrange Ken Drury ** lie made a'fineime'ception
veeleus flildk' It h Memory that a pond or guardian w. L. gustine.( (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) Belt Conference: by hosting : It the visitors of 47.a: Jacket' aerial,

the blank mutt bo, .. _.. me unarieatea ana unscored ,
accompany" oath boy bicaui entry iw.i.f ._.::.":..!rr"r": .": 1 g : f C'" I Three running plan failed] and
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sign* WVSC the
: I j Bulldog auddehly found
atten : :::::::?.:, a Eyes
conflict with the program thla year but Tent Room xw 1 ...__. t a themvlves! with a fourth down
There are many
present plans call for the entry list to close Oct. I. The local Pats Nw Pro Mathnri...Ing-_-:::.::. : 10 I situation only it appeared quarterback
contett will be held in Municipal Stadium at 1 clock on the Central 'u>r'. n....... a it Gary B1't'Cketlrldlthouzht

afternoon of the loth with the award to be presented during tile. SPLIT. HAPPY LAO IS Top Judge 'i u It was a third down call.

balltlme of the DeLand Bullpup game with the Eustla\ junior varsity W L. u I ,, He went back to pass on his 48
AtIm.0mmsrhlll ..._ I' 'The and found end Mike
u West Voluula Saddle Club Cooper
li in the stadium open
on Oct. Tam No I __ _.. II
The booklet l ia packed with Interesting facts for ill members I'.Land Cxcla -hn u.... li proud to announce that Earl with the latter coming up with.
: :
ef the family. Bart Starr, quarterback: for the Green Bay Packer Piihurhan I'.Uni1' IViilga T>raa fhnn. _. Studding, Dayton Beach, who is a great grab for 28 yards and

doe* the Introduction and his wile doe a section on what mothers Team No. S ...::: .:::: 1 aTulaDAY aji American Horse Show Ataodatlnn I a first down on the 28 of the

think about registered Judge will be .. Four passes went incomplete -

.There I II slim a message from Pet Rocelle,.president of .the 1r ,, "t MOMNINO cornsV" the judge of the Western Pleasure I after that

NFL; a massage on family fitness by'Stan MuslaU and a story ymrtP%,, 'L :" Clue at the local horse show I t r
Journal.Yale 1I"'n' : ::.,,, 11 OTATIaTICID.Lead
by Oliver E. Kuechle; Bporte Editor of the Milwaukee nnaka. Rv.a ............ a week from today according to I St. Auguitlna
of the Detroit LIon., does a section Roa i i Dr. WUllam
famed of
Lary punter Dltmiui. .". :::.."!:!!!::: : AAliay.rrnpe I Yanoiy, president 12 Pint Oawna ISIJIf
en his apeclalty. The section on pausing la covered. Y. A. Tittle the J local group r . basmnl' fa
quarterback of the New York Oianti. Place kicking i* bandied. by, : : I ..::::::::::::: ,1r'" Club members ,also! made 1 .. . by /seared' 0 "
: ,.... ... by lanaitlaa fMr'
NtiOt' nails .
of/ Use Cleveland Browns. r M lprln.l'Aa /1 verge AuMima .
Lou (The Toe) Oroza ..... 4 s Thursday night at their business
Other thing to look for In the booklet are various type of Happy xia.a.--: ::..? | aLADItt meeting somehow rule at the : ea fos e.11 Prise Var i PiannaCOM..ATT 1-S 4

pro' football formations fact and figures on the NFL and the TIN PIN rauru in the McGregor Ranch: i +! rt : Paus IM *y
schedule Background history of the P PJtK context I II also Fumklai" Lest Oy t
1M4 W. Saddle Room. The Junior divisionwill I
I ,
the back of the booklet Ttnnil. B.frli. ftnn ... LI t 1nY 'y" IMSThe
lilted. The entry blank 1* also Mesas Plm r. .... 7 I I now be 14 and under the nl l p u Vir.i Pinallia 7.
How oboist you boys getting your porintt to here you "'rl.l da a M.."... Spot .,. a a Intermediate will be 1518 and Me Jlck.-dvt

tighter II tooa os sotilble and not put It off III.iIh. lot A' I.nnrta.Pow.r Mamnr.l+.rll;'::: : : the senior* 19 end over, I 74 ards for the back In nine the
k minute. or It Is I to lot*. There It MO body contest In this TailtnritFrlarann ...__. 4 A second Important rule 1 II that I Ir >
pl'YI. tack.
Bergman dragged
cintttt' and It hoi srtvia to b* a gnat dial ol fun hi the Aria Plaaim-lflt-On-' Rlvd.._........ 4 I 4 ft a contestant will be railed three Ira with him on several play
nil 1 Plumhinf ... , | rime with reasonable interval
,..t. Maimtr KnlnaHn- :::: t I M the Bulldogs couldnt hold
sses. between each call, and If he Is I
Hnllnwav M.l.rl.l., ...-. | <4 him with their,\ tackling effort
Jacobs abort Natal, ...? not in the ring by the third call
'I Finally Bergman streaked over
Parents Of Caper Meet he toil be disqualified. Member
: alevie'w. from 28 yards out. The extra
Club had their . L. felt this rule would caqte peopleto .
Last week the Bulldog Basketball Parent point try was wide and it wag
Arts FMaatarlni ... ... aKins I .
rat.o.AUlg.and.betweeo.Ntq.perspna..wj>re>en hlIeI.In* ..aUI.IpI Car Trurk ._-.__. f I 'pay more attention to as.nouneementi r TELL ME I MADE J3'9p1tb,13D.1o.: :; atJn.Jhs.ldtlrw...
IT This '
tl Floe A. f IMmlltl and thus help move seems to be the. ques
effort by the group.
successful ?
point to mother I II the Spaghetti Supper r.r.r. said.: I I the- along more quickly. fI' tion Ken Gill ((20) of. the DeLand Bulldogs is asking the Shortly before the half ended.
Foremost In the plan' of the group Aia Cnrpwatlna .. 4 (4 !
Bergman picked off DeLand
---- a ,,
which Is scheduled for Oct. it in the DeLand High School cafeteria Mani. Hornne 4 Contestants will be called In otflcial before tossing the ball into the air after getting
Homt 'hll..r.II". ..... i | alphabetical order lone peso at his 22 and.returned 11 .
the TD
prior' to till DeLand-Lyman football gam*. ItatAnd Hun Xawa ...... I on Friday night for the locals. The goal yards Dennis broke boost
moved to the .. i The club.1* In the market for .,,. r tt ,dine .Shore;
Coach Murry Arnold said lh"supper had been A It Mssnn . t a r4/ marker is at his feet Paul Timlin (73)) watches
:; lei for 35 yards and the .Jacketsmarched
rinrlita Home ( ...... S I used public address ,
cafeteria In order to handle the large crowd and said that, it necealazy r>M"n<< Oiilf' ........... 1 1 system to the play. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) to the five. Cooper:
1,000 person an hour could be fed The supper I I. being Sam *> Mara-arate .... 1 feOHO save the cost of renting one for p ,
saved the day for the !local at
The will bo *0 cent each event.Menlbenn.
by Joe Mano of Mano's PUri* prices '
prepared :
NlttHTIH* this when he
point picked off a
l< : tor children, 79 -1
| M K Ats Fart ...... 4 note an error In the calendar Fant pass at the DeLand. h
will olio; b hems Ham Soda .... ....MA, t lour
thort Trail tide will be
\\f\\ It might b* lolnlol out rtaljiad pnHaa .. ,, , | | the fourth '
bud few Tam Ns J.i ..-.. Officers Allison Is Lost The Bulldogs U a better
dillviry. again this yior loit year! program' a S I I Saturday each month Oct. Eye gave
i ironed Hariunta Ratu .... I i 24 Nov. 28 and Dec MASSINGTO effort with tackling and blocking
revgh' but I hues been assured theta hew bn 'Taam Ao. i .. : oDELANO i presently
spots - '---
out ana everything expected t* go off lIke clockwork. :& A unanimous vote moved LOS ANGELES AP) First In the second half although the

end a fine way for the family MIXSOKaant w. L. meeting night from Thursday "CAPTAIN Ncv'Drcss'TALLAHASSEEThe baseman Bob Allison of the visitor still scored two more.
This ls a root worthy terse f' 14'f to Monday Ort. 23 Nov. 26 Minnesota Twin has broken TD*.
f t took the night of a ball gamo., Kf. m t." I hlrkaiirnrrw'A a
to get out htvhtf r> SU' 0 V4 and Dec. 28. Member are asked bone in his left hand and will LONG MAJtCBSt.

,The second and find meeting of the club bar been. scheduled. Klrktiinila. !'C. t4' I lo correct their directories and UAT NINE familiar miss the rest of the season Augustine marched U'
auditorium. 1'11.. A ._k.._. -\4 add to the roster: Fawn Rhodes khaki uniform of the Florida yard In nine play in the third
to 7.10 p.m. on Oct. 7 In IhI PH Sam.* wati ,. ,I 14 Lew Krauu of the Kansas .
'Proceed from this supper wilt go to help the BUlldol'ri..r.* '' Inn. ...... _...,... It. McGregor Rd, ,714: MD,, on elementary Dale Messing haa been wildlife officer will soon be buta City Athletics struck Allison on quarter to score as Shore went j

nth their flu shots". a trip for the taralty and junior vsralty to the ,Wliliaa, a,. araiia .,.... .,Irj' ( > school student.Today's . named captain elect of the memory to be associated with the hand with a pitch Wednas. the final 33 yards with 4 OS to I

Cbriitma Tournament Tampa varsity trip to Miami. a trip; .t)' 'ttiSint vViwL. 1963.t" go In the period. Again Moore '
\ day .
( 'T..A' n night.hats
i University l In forests (
STETSON-i i j' bygoneda>i, the **
Deo. I to watch the \ w converted. :
fit both squad to Gainesville on :T.: .. .1e..1: Stars Hatter baseball team according *'J
: .::: ::: :: : I fields, lake and river The old
and Other need sl+a "' I Back the Bulldog with
Folds came
game . s e T.. Inn' ..:..::..:::.: S to an announcement khaki for summer and felt hats
Ta CnofclM. t I .f TO. Aaee+el.d Praia yesterday by Head uniform the Game Ind for winter, and black shoe or Ricky Taylor taking the kickoff
f rt _:::::::::::: a t Fresh Water on has and to the
Project rrrrHTNG Jim' Maloney Coach Bob Welrkel. Fish Commission eight returning
boots black
Help Taylor T.. Cup .. .......... a II gun belt holster
ClnrlniuU allowed enlT one Massing, a junior from Is bring replaced by a uniform and cartridge carrier and black 30. Mike Murphy then turned la
tier I* a considerable amount of work going on behind the PALM PA'HION'W, Kit pitching the second place ''KHe., Pa., has lettered in of new design and color accordIng necktie. some outstanding effort with

sett* up la Fierson as Taylor High School going all out to have iSannMa . t L.11'olrsane Reds. I* a a. tlilnry ever the baseball as a freshman to A. O Aldrich director According to Aldrich the new runs of 19, 13 and 15 yards.

their! new football field ready for the home opener on Oct. U with "''nh".. S I .I Mew lark Met In I'". tint and sophomore. During his Came and Fresh Water Fish uniform are of a wash" and Breckenridg: passed to Bob Ap-

Interested people in th* area can lend a hand and help Tara Mlaanufflia a ., tarn *( hat night double' freshman year he handledthe Commission.The wear type material and each gar for 24 yards to the five.

this reject. There Is a need for additional light fixtures for the _,.. leader nil Red WM thenlfhlrep catching duties Last new uniform which will officer I II being provided with After a five.yard penalty Breck-

field tad these coat $3S each. Al the present time several personsha the Futtt 1 11 and sieved N year he played renter he worn by all field personnel an Initial Issue of six complete. enridge\ passed to Ken Gill who

..boiled fixture and anyone else' Interested' may contact,, FIl'ln-Nl' HTlII within IVi lame .! National field and thla la where heexpects regional mongers Information/ uniforms. Previously the uniformed banged Into the corner for till

prnjcual at the school. .. & t 1 tour woha"r'eaetpeellne ... w.It L.I LMPM,|ksdisg. Phtadeiphta.RATltvG to see most of his officers and office receptionists, personnel of the Commission six.pointer. The extra point try
I fttsona may also donate fund to heap" purchase : *; Klni. Car a Track ....__ 11 I Roger Marts, action during the coming U bottle green with tan shirt were provided with a was wide with 11 seconds left ia
for the field /JPS5>&, "lark Rnnflnar ......._. 11 5
gteedeitraMformeri Mild Tom f\rr RKna' .._.... It 1 New York, drove In three HIM season and stripes. The new Jacket, I I. uniform allotment from'wblels the period. t
:Tbls b .. winhwhH pr,|I4Ct and the aim Madrtnl Madlalmr, -.. ItPrlrhsm : with rwe tamers, the served Last year he was one of bottle green with tan, shoulder they were required to )purchase A fumble set the stage for the I

dmrvt t* lane good lights at do the Wildcat footballers. "111.1.....n..Nri Autn nj , sac t4lml1I1 lit the ninth tuning the moat consistent hitter strap: the trousers are bottle their own uniform The new final tally la the fourth period. '

1 twirls, ) this artt hue always cm through on lothpreJKfs r>*U.>iil ntntnn S\ri T :'''' py and Urtlac the America In Welckel' lineup.iTheceptalntlrM. i green with one Inch tan stripes, uniform regulations of the Commission Moor recovered at the DeLand
Pf.w H.H "f
.M and HUM I Is little doubt that tvirythhi Kranilnn Kltf i> r,r\r .... li i League leading Yankee totheir ' II I In the shirt ia tan with bottle green will eliminate the ollot-: eight land Fat carried tt over

win ba bright sad shiny on tht light tl ,Oct. 14 l-:'nbnr< Ambulance.... 1 It 10th straight, triumph 11 the liberal art college and shoulder straps. The new tint melt as well as provide a statewide on the first play with 1:14 togo

I i a a a Oiarllitc lw (Moa14 r ,-Ca. . a1J ever Itankliigtoa.Boxrrt la}majoring, 'In engineering. form regulation prescribes! straw \ standard foe uniformity.NOTICE :The PAT failed. .'
Hard Paul Hui:t fa R ii"I." : I. U Another Bulldog fumble late la

I )Bern Is Working cowccNlT1iw Are Finest tie game halted a drive la

and the recent L. Jacket territory ,
of late .
ell rather empty
Tha mail bag his beta Taamv' I a
retina R grad that are playing' college football tnuat be a Tram: >:K 4-::*.::: ?.f t AUSTIN Tex (Apt, Joe Sufe'Boating! TOP LCADER4
| ., Y.amice, I _.__...7tEl'' I Shore racked H for
understandable .: < former yards
Brown of Houston wnt1duIInnol.M up
little too bwy to write but'that Taam >.. S ......!!:!!gjl,1 1. .
of the clippings about th first ": champion and Ben. the visitor Fant bad M sad
1 did ..tom. thsound
s w
tWvsralty football. game one of which they,won, and MINI 'eiA*il ie, W. L. ny Bowser of Austin, drew 1100 Class Slated Afleo Good cam.through with

they M..... MaHaii I 1 fines Friday far their actions at 17 for the victor
dropped Vnluala, Mnnnmani .._ T I 23 fight her which Murphy/ 'wu' the' offensIve
standout'it bh Tom . all Aug.
UVM lam, former tafldeg making T O a.ranlab-- 4 / turned Into riot involving Clifford A. Bohmi. Commander All Institutions Will'Be standout for the Bulldog a* be

mark on lira FaraMM fettbatl 'U"10 Th* articles have him beRArld .I'blekea. ..:;:: I IN. both fighters, and spectator. pf flotilla T. local U!S. CoastGuard Paying accounted for suet; .77.yards.

lObed cubs tWtailvo spMtoHit tf thi bol .1... Thtrtwr 'I. ......: :::::::= I : : Auxiliary his announced Quarterly DividendsSeptember On Jerry Lee. and" Jim Pastor
.k.. f P .h.,... ..._ t I STAnTIR session Savings
tall of
vise |... ,Iett.., of him making" ,,* *Again w. t.Taam thai the fall' the public played well on defense for the

CUmua wok bt pUkd off a couple tf patus tt fwr> PIN sills eecaeoew v... .| ...*. t t Inslruclina' Course I II Safe .Boat- On 30 winner aa did Bergman and
leak L. Two >.. I _...!... a t InI'r.ctlce. will begin late text
titer hit I .. tht ...... Taaw No. .- t Ta... Na I ...?.... 4 4 I Moore.
Inftrtaact Wrt-ar e. Oinnlal, (laa .. f S Via I _...._.__. I44 month
heilaomothing from-him and oomo of the other boy tx>e rahli. Ali _........ t" a Xak 4 .. _h" ._. *, 1 Rope to ; / pvl: iMl f I T... ).. ............ J t publla'n4 win consit of eight e e blocking left something to be

during the wttL|"J' ,. ,., ., .yf1CoHing + f.aakrnra' rimtraT. ...jt"--.. _, a 4 lIq .ftll.. ,.,,: a W. L. were still shay tackle mad*. ,
Town It.. ('....,-.-, ....?..* 4 I Nllaami+ '. Max) ..... It 4 will be under the direction tt seemed that many time the
Action With PughDave a,. Fria* l'iwkq la aTeem of a.11 qualified member of
. : ----- A BIG
/NDS'. .__ Bulldog carried along by
ODDS -N Nw I _.... I* aharwla FlotUU.Subjects were
the local .
of golfing w. 45u.r 1I WIIHaiM ..... t 4 tile hard of the Jacket
round vartmi* [ running
Futh \ioatlnuee to make the t 1Mve la .... SP.t1,0 3 and to bo having aa outstanding time from the ::a :_..,r.,, : a Mam* Mme _..-.'. t erkwrea alder basic back*. On) the tackle chart itwar
event appease would be Sire to 51.4. n.m. ... Tr iiafArar . larlu avtgartoe acsnvsvship David Dennis
back. It T.C.D'tWe'll Hansen
various report .*>>** been eeadlag t-.:, A ?5a. I N;msa I I .HM Shilldar. _-... | )| small boat ""dlln,. com '
Not but there Just Isn't enough ..... I XMndorfer. fimry. Murphy.
be able to run MM Item be ilia I A..ay a"OIl 4MI. inuRlcarions.: Federal and State
all &.IU",.. : SUOUP.OAH MIXIOAhaatar' Transfer Your From Cooper, Paul 11mul Apgr and ,
room. \/ott./ \ :. STuns. safety requirement and equip* Money
He made lilt ...! ."tus ef th* Amateur Champlanahli) and then aw I .... e 0 ttavtalr' __ ia'I meat rule of the road chart I Roe-aW SmlU acted elteo.OaLw .
lilt Walnut BUI Country auk lait fir. '..anMwA *rr* . II | ,
at In The United States .5 0000si
moved ea to the Open ; i"NTA : I Anywhere .j
entire event was much like the LefV 1"11I" pith :' NMH taMlar4 .. II I aid ptlotiag. Ant***!** ...7. F sSeA5..pmM
Columbus. H* the LTiw hied war .JT. t material win
here recently.Ose Ye. I a 1T.a.s nrftpl.. _._.. I complete study Free of _. t* ntm... (Maar......* Wee .
bander* TOW'IIa Is.: = aT. '10... a Martial .+-... It be available at the Brit.session. Charge. ___ SI. '/ .MM45.
se" T_ ". ,_ h..11 'toft.. I II a. iN..w War6.Fa
..J throofhett. tha seaan t S ( C'U for 13.Beglaalnj. _
th awrv w* ... 1 tIolllart' "".. 1 11 A'a.s I..W.weNllhr
> Is that .. Mrs Oct. JT clane will q.Nqheath Cllk
>iayn ; .IIUJ ,
wwtclllIl f p Luna
g.wtttII.. ........os.1 I maim abort e..... Tha Set OM SohKtiM M day be acid aad at Thursday I o'clock Bight each.hi Tow thecomnuasloaen' *

older, boys. II" ...... Seas Stood aad lea Hegea 'nom ,at city /

often bar a dip SM'Okot tIt.t puts Ike bet within e Pr..EInisie.elPlyw..a *1tts 734-5431

feet .1 t" It"'t' % "It. ".It that wedge 1M cited Wall Panels Mme boat!.. public/ h urged to ,

laves Hem. .1Ik Iledpett leshed o. Ne easy e5ateslr.M.ybi take advantage e( this coarse *4 .

I beve .hissed gem/lbk p so ibis )sent whkb will which to designed to promote k. tAe onabsv It ull,

J help" ma tabs talcs aIcId" Aam.Ike "RichIp Sakberse Nlb. 4ilSkehAt low At $4 O OA tnetiitf ofty sad fus N our DELAND STAlE BANK to get I** iitwm t*

Dne wrei.8o WTf wsinwaja.
Deland c.. __ It repn, : If students yew ojimtie about
Urrreglatratloa ( "
be hoped Ie tot to the Cash S.d .... II Caw Carpet Service'.bee
: DdudP4 hit tester 111 1I'\of *** will bop rwm T to parsed la F.u.1 c'. military service.
Y sand pin bow Florida stacks up a* 11Mr. Tatar later
erdnly "
mini Cb1e.8tatHIVU OnU ''111"lama., t Iba eomptsee.ey" of the BtgTea IDEAL BUILDERS' SUPPLY Co. eased may paned Bohree at Gnu L New ,.... t Aole A.... S11 : Cot tkM tedsy.

'J eDIII' Dp be,.. he addt4. ini er IL V. MaaafWd at
over southern 'oolbt.D 'f3t.j lid get tjua ri&hI.P6g6 .
There appears la be' nth 1\1 else might IH to the NortbfVubnnt 111 s**)* All.*au rioM 7J4-im Ttl. This should t be doM a*
; before eomlB* hewer
IoaUIIeIIJors 1'ounaa u prsalhl..

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In SEC ShocKer


11 b TIle HIGH A..NIaW1 SCHOOL. Pnw 'Cats Blast Ole Miss 27 21.

, et A..*a..44.",M TAVLOH... oakANO 1sees. -

TriN.IIN 74 C.Na Beesi C
Wuew.ed Is, INhyvs lie I :
sand ix O.I.M. a .
*** SI. a k M f JACKSON', Miss. (APf] -
0...1Hoa. Lrm** tLtlwlew Kentucky made a myth of MIN
...*.. .....* 10. A"M..e Tech Tops alaslppfa vaunted defense,
MIMIM I. ..ruot* ISHartow stopped Its offense la its tracks
11. H.IIIM clay ait
II 0.1.4. Cn.e nI day SOrand. and blasted the top-ranked Rebels .
Bnni l.. DayUB M.II'l Miami 20.0 27.n Saturday la the biggest
Un< II HI.
M..., Dora .t. T.nre II Hat Booters Set football upset of the young
1 MI.... limits II. MUml MlUUrrPort season. i

I! Olkbone IS'soutkwMt ATLANTA (AP Georgia Kentucky end Rick Kestner a
Tech unleashed a pair of fleet aecond teamer scored three of
IS Jllaml Beackolunku. The Stetson University Halter halfbacks who cracked a tough the Wildcat touchdowns on a

11I.rn1 Rlea2, LIaaI J.eksos 1 soccer team will open their 1964 Miami detent and carried the pass from halfback Roger Bird

(' SI IS., l.Carole, WmtMtArUnr (sty S Itt season hera Friday afternoon at t Yellow Jackets to a J>0 football and two more aerials from

>*n* rort My... IS. Br.d.nten J:3O: when they tangle with victory Saturday quarterback Rick Norton.

tluurl_tII.II.,.,niiMPtiok T . Emory University of Atlanta, according IL Terry Haddock and Johnny This was to be the beginning

CoMa 11. b. Oaths IM to the schedule announced Grentiam set up two first hall of Ole Miss' march to a third

.lb .irm B Ito*ck Melbourne Btaacli CC Eli: 4iNHitMiw U. by Coach Wes Derner Meld goals and two fourth qusr.ter straight Southeutera Confer

D.I.., (yrva S yesterday. touchdown Haddock and ence championship, but it took Punt*Mach UoHk II, ..11011.Arradlk. II II (its) I Berner la awaiting the opener y Gretham broke loose for runa ol Kentucky Just one offensive

Pklm: Biwek 't\. l.r STamps 1 ai well aa the other games e 22 and It yards to toad to Ttch'i play to let the Rebels know they

MM ll. JU,..rvl. IanMl. which will be against Florida tint field goal la the second were la for a long afternoon.WINMNOTD .

V..). eaN.. tSsrtN1a / ntercollegtate[ Conference foei.Th quarter. After the touch Hurrl- -

eater' C"t""I"teal 11 Meosq 1" a- flnt real week: of work has k cane defense stopped the drive Kentucky scored Its winning

Xaat Bar II .......k..n. T been wrapped up and progress s Inside the B. Jack dark kicked touchdown with 2:31: left oa a 33-
CYyeial' River M, Pvnnellnii la noted. the field from 30 oat.
goal yards
r. St PetereburtBl.h.p yard paaa play from Norton to toKNtntor.
. BairnIl f1. t Other games on the Hatter rwt Graham made a divine catch A point-after man;*

Dunefll a... 1. (tI... Pelerabura Boe* footers schedule are aa follows:. of a J2 yard pass from quarter.back Rick Tued. made the kick M'tthe

GREAT GRAB -DeLand High End Mike Cooper ((83)) makes a great one-tooted St PlnkiircHlak I*, St. Teler*. Oct. 10 at Miami; Oct. 19 Jackaonvllle 5 I. Jerry Priestley oa the Ml- final margin.
kurv 7(0,11).451I Oct. 34 at Rolllna; Oct.
catch of from Orlando Park ami four with lea than a mln- The Wildcats! Iced the game
. a pass quarterback Gary Breckenridge on a fourth down play Friday B* n* II Winter 11 Florida Southern College:
night for 28 yards and a first down. Defending on the play art St. Augustine_players Lake Intern Wales*). IS$l.South..lot4a.Sumter T 11 Nov. 4 at Jacksonville; Nov. 13 ute left to art up dark's second with about 30 seconds to go

Bobby Bergman (23)) and Wayne Usina (41)). The Jackets won 26-8. (Sun New Winter sushi SI t.*St** II.."t.'U4' t Miami; Nov. IT at Florida South field Tech root drove III 22 31 vsrds.yards in die Weatherty when Ole Miss passed quarterback to Mike Den-Jim

Photo by Gilmore) Lake Weir ,t. Orvlnd II ern College; Nov. 21 Rolllna.
fourth mostly on pitch nut who fumbled< the ball
Orlande Kdrewtlor: IK Orlande Oe Games played on the local E. quarter going
Rides ISAuburndal outs to Haddock and Greaham down at the 30. Kentucky Tal

,... 9 DElAND (FLOI1M SUN NEWS SUNDAY, SEPT. 27,164 Fort M.ade* IS 14,, Xatlilee Froet proof IS II Minnesota Ave. field are slated WES BERNER for the first touchdown of the bott Todd recovered at the 1..
for S:30 while the Saturday contests
Eagles SoarAgainst Oalnoavlll P Y. Ton.e 4, "' Cam, fullback Jeff Davis dived Kentucky then just ran out the
dlna Heaeh (II.icio .> will begin at 2 o'clock. ..Booter Boa
: from the on*.
Pleeia I Okeacbobe Boys across
Miami the undisputed champion -
LOCAL SESSION SET 1 'Cats School s Gresham carried six y.rdtto Kentucky 8 T 13 T-JT
TTmatllla' Clerment I* of the TIC soccer picture.
) II
Fulton Ft. Lauderdale Fran
.. ; this six and Haddock five more Mlsalsalppl TOT T-7T;
Ts r;' Springs IS rare IWllfiaton a one again expected to field .
''. Crew city It (tI.) ceschl; George Esters Hollywood to the Miami one to art up the
In 46.12 Go Tamp It, Orel another of its predominatelySouth Fla.
Temp Itoblnon It, nrendnnft S American team. The Hal.Int.nd scoring play. Bucks Roll
Fresh Water Pollution Ctuderdale '1. Tamp Hllle.Ta . Also Pete Cornwall Spencer, Tech'a second touchdown cam
to answer this challenge Iowa; Jay Carter, Orlando Tedroull4'au.
: VeHerwa with seconds left la the game.Greaham'a .
; > II. Tamp Jeeull
BRONSON TIle defending with a few out ot-the-country
Beach .
Ormond .
alx-man Rlverland Conference rae It ........,* Rlorvtw payers of its own Among these Blgelow; Bill, nidwell Orlando;; S3 yard run to the Miami COLUMBUS Ohio AP) -.
Tarmpa II Ferrari Franceschl of Parma II was the key play la the Ohio Slat got every break and
Champion Bronaoa Eagle Creek 41 PlneerMt SImmnkolM Dave IVna, Saratoga, N.Y.I drive. Haddock caught
49 yard capitalized on all ol them Saturday
At soared to a 4843 declsloa Friday La"1 Italy Frank Rick
w.N Bauer. Plnellas
Top Topic Meeting night over the visiting Taylor Starke T, ..:-IOC P. S Others noticed at practice last St. ; meaUey'a paaa on the right aid u the Bucka launched thelf
Avon Perk II. Mulberry I Badgley, Petersburg; George Into the and son
and scampered football season with a 374 victory
Wildcats ot rianoa to _win Henle It, Plant ntr SITteU.nd week were Gen White, Dayton Dorer Columbus Ga t White
their second game of the "' 101. 11. Newkerry ?)'' Reach; Dave Tucker Mt. Klsco. Tucker; Brink Thome Delray' on a 13-yard play. over Southern Methodist fat
Miami Palmett II, Port Myers 11tsl.svlu. .
Although the SCOT might not NY.; and Vlnlnc Blgelow. Branford an Intersections tray viewed by
( 1Psaha T Beach; Mike Thompson ayevWe.
By EDWARD T. WALSH around oral administration on Indicate it the Wildcats showed NortkMarlm II. Treol'a I 80.737 tana.

Reporting back from the meethe bait which may be more practical a tremendous amount of Improvement Jan Paacn n.M teHer Oulf. 4, Kick j.t Bade I t f Conn.ROSTER BET Dennis, NY.Skelton; Dave Smith LaUma., Tampa Honduras ; Navy Sails Two Intercepted passe by_

of the Florida Wildlife Federation less expensive and possibly . over their first game Jet LM II Jet Fame TIle roster at this time Is aa ; Jim Richter Orlando; Arnold Chonko led to Do and 38-
which ended week more effective. Jet Jl.t Rlbeult IT Jas lindenJet 5 Bob Funk.End .
a yard field coals by
agestoday and they were facing a ruggedball Jerien li Jay Parker follows: Domed 1 Moschandreas, Athena,
la Tallahassee and attended By mixing a drug with bait.IeVl't'al club. Jet duFMil 14, Ja Bishop Kemy Rich Balboa Bin Spahr snatched: a turn
Kelcley, Heights Greece; Marlon Morman Winter ANNAPOLIS Md. (AP) -
by representatives from each animals can be treated Next action wffl com on Friday .. Canal Zone Tad Jones hi. by Floyd Burt out of the
Jat Paten II Jet *:r". e4 Tl ; Oshkosh Haven; Pete Llberman Bridgewater Injured Roger Slaubach came
and every Sportsman'Qub In or captured at the same time. night when Taylor win againbe .ke Hntler I*, Strantor4 Ms.i Ron lI nn'lIy. Orange : Mass.; John Leland, off the bench In the fourth quarter air and raced 31 yards for' a
The objectives at this time ) Oreenvlll S
the State of Florida and the are end
on the road aa they Journeyto Psrk Ron
; Heath Warwick. Eustls Jacksonville
P.rry II, ; Gay Saturday and Ignited Navy'a
heads of agencies from the cap to determine specific dosage lev- Cedar Key to battle a touch, Haatlnie 41. semis It,!.; John Heald. Palm Beach; I ; and Jan Smith Old Greenwich stalled attack for two quick Interception by Doug Drenlk:
ela for each intended Callaken 4. St Auiuitln Bt. Joeeplk -
purpose halted Mustang touchdown
Shark ball club In another conference one
Benny Grace Palm Beach Pete
ital.Pollution ; Conn and Ml football
touchdowns a
of our fresh water and for each species of animals.To teat.Taylor I..k. ntf II, 1r... feve Sprlns I William bid. and Steve Dreft...'. tumble
was foremost on the agenda and learn the most effective High fans are reminded Apalachlool 1.. Mar I victory over Mary. recovery stopped another
Bunnall II, Keretnne Htl,*H his first play, the AD-
action Is to be taken to clean up method of baiting. To learn the that It Is hoped a chartered Pade City 20 Newport Rlchiy I CETS FIVE HITSStrottlcmyrc banded

and keep clean all our waters. effects that various drugs haveon bua will be on hand to go to the IS, RlrkanleSnprheppx I America quarterback BC
The bulkheadlng and baybnt- different animals, For Instance 14. Unit B 4Qulncjr oft to halfback Kip Paskewlch Army Tops .
Persons Interested should!
game. Marianne a certain narcotic that 1.1' who sprinted< n yards for a
tome of the ocean front u well Work Oak 40. I
sign by Wednesday. oath
u our fresh water erosion was has been used to tame deer or up THE field la 1'1I.10"-" .' u. ,... Scheel for Holds touchdown, that put Navy la WEST POINT w.r. tAP)-"
procrsslnf .
resolved and bulkheadlnc Is to bear makes a wildcat extremely lid wit a big final push every- J.r.: ..,11.,. W.wehllrhka tlDnilien Key; front 21... Fred Barofaky's ",yard touch"*Ve

b* started through the Internal vicious. =: Rlgh t M.Ckang I down rua oa a punt return
thing should be ready for the : A It S PNsaenlaWuhlwlml .
to be U13 victory
The research be proved Army's
Improvement Fund under the drug may horn opener on Oct. 11 eysnN..l.
direction of Jack Buford, Chief put to practical use in the com Bronson wanted no time In "..III'" IS. M.blle (Ale) margin after aa arouaed

of the Bulkhead Section. mission's deer and turkey restocking scoring and put three six.point- MoGtn(Ala) It Pewieela. XeceM.bia Reds Half Game Back: Boston College team awoke In a I
program during the aRr wileS fourth quarter oa Ed Foley's ,
Outdoor recreation under the era oa the boards before the .
(Ala) *
direction of Ney C Landrum of winter of 1964-63. If proven successful Visitors could tally. tI'r. IT. MI"lr'VI( ., passing. ""f l
the drugs can greatly tie) Leading II-0 going Into the fisal <
the Florida Outdoor Recreational Leslie Jordon capped the tint at,1: !
) IS Bmlfep T
Planning Committee Is a Increase the number of deer drive with a one-yard effort and Mleevllle? ,I. N.).. 4 WASHINGTON AP) gam period, Army had to fight Ioffi. \, \
and turkey that can be capturedand OrMevlll a, canon. file) Rookie .hander SlntUemyre life aa Foley sparked DC la 'Ii
must and this planning will continue John Griffin converted the two- Blwintltewii tA (..._d... right Mel TIle toss, their sixth straight
u outdoor recreation lathe transported to new areu. pointer with a drop kick his Bne4a II Cr*.fii..t llle II outhlt Washington Bstur- and eighth" la nine games; two touchdowa cIrI.... He was
Is Today *4 S o'clock a* the first of five the for Howin Pe4e II, Miami Coral'. Park 4 day five hits while working oa a third that bad
future of Florida. Space during came riewleton It D.lrnr ........ S stroking chopped another game off 'the
very to Florida. DeLaad City BaD the Fin 10 points. BIll Schoasler dashed rail L*.4erdale. Hiranafcaa '1. S*. allowing only two, as the American PhluW lead over the Cincinnati reached the Army 4) when time

valuaWID& WE District 8partRnaa'Iao 40 yards for the second Eagle 01141z er4 League leading New York Reds, who their NATIONAL LSAIUIL raa outCoach
woa seventh
flea. will meet te disease dlffareat Korlaml 1Nat Miami T P./. 15PhOalstphls Jim MBsr al BC ar
Conservation Is a wide use of TO and then Stave Bird took a COLLBttSWeel Yankees defeated the Senators straight contest with all '. N 14 .f'!
law .. flak and pme. S3-yard aerial from HoraceMoody VIM T. The nia4al IH T a and extended their : goad with the official M tile
natural resourcai. Land acquisition winning triumph over New York. 5Mse I: IS :1
our There will ala. ba a meeting '*'oa U II, nenrae Weahlnfloa TVlllanova Pt. Lnul..N : the, final after .
Is on It* way Gearing for the third six poUter. II. Holy Crea I streak to 11 game The defeat also pulled !the 'r.j.n '4 It .NMIMUbN 11.14 following gun
eat laid week's Tallahaaaaameeting. Everett Wood put the Wildcatson PennerKwil. II, L hlk I The the ."4r. Jim Whalea had caught Fley's >
victory, tying longest Reds I
hyacinth growth, fish population The yublle Is invited CebimWa II. Colgate II even with Philadelphia lathe i1 II
expansion more law enforcement the soorebeard with alx 'Wlniame( II Trtnlly I winning streak In the majors'his loss column.! Philadelphia, lawn. :", -= f e pass oa the 43. It was a

officers la the field .e The attenL report from our Nell A-! points on a two-yanll'\lll.halt Scnoeeir !' r.-IetI: IL I" k.R.Iaas..... S i season, trimmed .the Yankees' which held a 14\ game lead last t=( : == 1: ::41 eif I 11I bad heart bean bmklnf able end to pick for BC holes which InArmy's ,,
finished the first sear'log
tighter laws and greater penal- linger la that the base fishing .:.u1.. Conn.cllnul : marta pennant clinching Sunday has six game remain '''v'.11iii6Ay.'III'\u
tea tor violations were for the winners with a Jt- Nile Slat IT. aM.Monhvetiern number to tour Any romblna- ing. Cincinnati Ttr pass defense i that final
imposed 1l1potty. bream are hitting very 14 IndUaa II seven. .. I
Paul. 1 PtI
ether topics dIJcu ed. with and then. yard dash and tt wu 331 at ...rd.. IT. Ohio/ IT.Neir S Jon of' Yankee triumphs and 'IeebSo.U 1. .tIo"\ 1 period. 1.
In the State of Florida we do little specs now the Intermission. I fume II, WlM-enel f bIN by the runners.up will PIED Slat RED ..II.....".. I. "lte4..I.. 4
Ocean ft.IIJ1IlIu picked up and Nosh CaroIlM II. Mlcblft '1&,. ,......_ e trail)
not have Iron. gold or alive butwe is STATISTICS 1 I' bring New York Its fifth straight NEW YORK (AP Marty sully' riwM'al.e, Sooncrs Sunk
de have vast areas at land Taylor ."A". North TanUn. II..,. I. CUmeot tn pennant. Kenugh drove in three runa with TODAY'S CAM S(9eolsslI !

and dear waters for outdoor fair.Colts s i .new.'. *r Dewne ru."'.' a at .:'.:r..v.l,. II Sate Kurknell I t Stottlemyra, winning his fifth a double and single u the Cincinnati .......k.. at at 1/nil..w Tech........ft.) NORMAN. Olds (APK -

recreation, fish I lag. boating, 'Skins . .r ......... S Marrlan4 '4. mull Tamil** IMInhIIN straight game and ninth againsttwo Red stormed to within ..,. 1.1. N n..wn.' Southern California with das*
14 Air Ferr t ., 111.554 (I)
P. Mrssslss.
bunting and leisure time enjoy S4 Virde MueMna .J Iowa ... Idakn 14MleenH defeats collected all sin one-half game ot the National 1M AausW. aS Mveln05 tlf, slug quarterback Craig I Fertlf
The temperature Tt Ver* II, attic a that drove In League "lead Saturday. whipping
menu avenge lt 4' N.braek 14 Mlnaoeol It glee Including one completing passe almost si.
Is 70 degree with more than Cop Opening (.11 a Manx Pa..L er" a5sha4 *e..tkeri Cat 4*. 0".."**.* 14 two runa u the Yankees put the the New York Mats 11 for their M.IIIOA"J..t u hL In1few will overwhelmed No. 2 ranked1Oklahoma
30.000 lakes and streams and a ri (Oenrfl Tack. I*. Miami (rle.) t game away la the second' Inning seventh straight victory. It's the Tech __ SI S5 ..511M.11s.r. 40.14 Saturday before 1 M Vlrelni 4 ._ ..N1MIrol1
tourist business which la la- WinsThe t-IS VdfiPeneNio*' I-11M 4T AeSors .. T..._* S with a stares outburst longest winning streak la !the ("' ...... _.w .1 ...t ; a ataaaed sail-out crowd of .' I
erecting with each passing! day. Flag Kenlwkr 11. MI.I epl IIrrrs Stottlemyre held the Senators league thla season., agar 'i .... ", TOO. f
Award Banquet Moody scored oa a three-yard The Red, who have rolled to 5 Ins A....._ I i l ..
At the Governor iltless after Joe Cunnlnghsm'sdouble ) The 40 point were the most
held a week ago last tight Cdts and Redskins recorded dash In the third period and la the second Inning. The 10 victor!** la their last 11game : == : S I15.n. :.1'r:4' I::16 scored! sgsiast tile Sooner since

la Tallahassee we of West Volu- opening game victories Dale Davis went the final yard i q. n only other hit was Don Zlm- while lopping six game. w"" .' __... IS It // Missouri manhandled Oklahoma

ala were honored by the awards yesterday morning la the newly la the fourth quarter for the mer'a single la the flntBIKO off Philadelphia's lead since ...IOW.: >,V'.r:eslti:: : BN4ve1Tt"d'D ::. 41-It l to MM.Fertlg. .
the to formed Football League hosts to end their seating tied with ft Tt
committee of presentation Flag Sunday lOW are Now 1'ant I. Wiiliwi aided by a SOmOeaa.toar .
our owe Charts Waterman of with five more weeks ot action: The 'Cats got their second at* .OMCUCLEVELAND fins.plsre Phillies ta Use SO- i MiiiMMit SJ.LM AM.IM (N) wind which occasionally
the Outdoor" Writer Award as scheduled and a Flag Bow set pointer late la the fame when : : AP) Baltf. Important Iou column Philadelphia hiMiiMr.........*. ., KMM rtaMteM Clay S (Iwt-M) gusted to 43 m.p.... rocked the

well u several county awards for Nov. 4. Wood connected OB a 33-yard more battling to stay alive lathe has six fame remain- Wlred 2, Sooner with a pair of first I

which win be given here at a '1 1IiI1farut la for boys U13 paaa play to Roaale Pucxett. American League pennant lag and Cincinnati seven. balsa.....*o M LoZ,5ALIeN. CI"IrtIf' toueMowa drives'\ act

later date.Officers. and some good football la expected Both attempts ice the coaver beat the Cleveland Indiana Iww' .. .!lC CUDrcttcn / reeved.Maryland
elected for IMS are from these youngstersaa aIoa taISecI.Mike race Wino BOW teN.e N :roll Oklahoma arm

aa follows: Thomas W. Need- they lean something about Wens played wen boA S-l Saturday aa the 0rkJIta'Rail DETROIT (AP Flack PlowT.rk.5: : CM..ksl WeMNI.M

ham, Ocala. president: Don the game first hand. ea offense and defense far Tay. Snyder. Boor Powell and Bitter Blllv Bruton's twvrun .' Wins : j rOixsEGe

Southwell. Ormond Beach vice In the first game It was the kr. Puckett was a steady per 9moks Robinson each hit solo single off Dick Rsdsot broke a

president; Mrs. Born Southwell Colts nipping the Bear la tile tamer e* Ike .!fete and Wood JIameI'I. aeveatfc.Innteg tie Saturday as i Signed : 1'AJ\r.'JU. OPUarylaad's )-

secretary; and yean truly as final 13 seconds of play by M. did wn tally slewed to the see i Veteran Mill Psppsa aotchedUs Detroit Tigers deflated Burns sops/ moor, starring

.,....,..... Quarterback Frank Fuse connected o4 half with M Injury. Bobby i. 14th victory asset all defeats ... i Drntotr (UP The > etfsnse and tumble devouring de*''

Ot later.* to all to tie release on a pass to balfkatk Wilt e. TBS teener Lie showed but needed help from reliever RadaU. making his 77th relief trod Tigers signed nuaagerOurlM ..... plead by a Chfleas soccer
from Tallahassee that drugs Terry WlHlams en a play that marked fatiarevaaneat aa did. IkeetherCat Dick Hall. sppearaace filled the base oa Draasea Saturday to a I....... rolled te a 344 tootbafl

originally developed Jar we ea covered (0 yards far the sispointer. *. II The Indian closed the gap to a alngl snd tw walks fibre sew one-year eeatrsct laturday ever South Car

humans and domestic animals ,5d0e.e._ ....-.r ,4 I tSr 1 1 la th* eighth, with a tweruarally Brume batted for winner Mickey Terms of tN' eoatnet. wanae1 allaa. "
N ds11.11eI"
are being adapted' < far DM eawOdBf A few minute earlier a backfield M. .....M. .... but HaD ended the threat LoUrh, 171. The third rise I dlsdoaed.Dm .

*. The ae et traaqaUsiitg ss motion penalty coat the --..........., se erees' 1 seared ea a sacrifice fly i's new e* traet was.
and anesthetizing drugs ea wild Bears a TD whet It was called ire-iacd' CASftt BOrCHlprrnBURCH LflUch gave *p a solo 4wnK i saaouaced Joiatly by Tear ewner Botslmgme

birds lad animals to e.* Important back. a- naves MNy. rc0T-r44V. BSMT.MM (AP) Thepeaaaat to Bob Tuimsa and a three'run 1 Joke 1:. Fetser,aad CeMral

research prelect of the *eo0<'n> CAMX c.-T-wed ; raw kiu)(M.k ......, : ....... *t Drtjurf BgbIWBkMl -hopeful St La.l* Cardl- blast .by Tony Coalgtlaro. Manager Jama. A. CampDeO.I Remise .

Cam and Fresh Water Fish Dough Wlakart was the key toth hIN, M... IeNMs- .... to .* af ala .*.......esr nail rode the alttiiig ef Mike -- - -
Commlaaksu B may provide lafcrmaOoa Rediklss JS-14 will ever the .... IeriNte .... ttk efllee el "....... ",* Shaaaoa. aad the pttrtilag of - ffA Nr- 1 PIN BANTAM 'rT.

tor the future of wOdBfe ClUb! la the second= game. He he'5..H. .. ate Yr' CUM at pig. veteraa SMthpatf Curt limo 1 .T.505... N*. ,S S.! Tow. ..*. 1 t. *lK
_. . t 0,0 fate ......, .. I ** Me 4 -
management la Florida. cored ea a 15-yard rua far the ee pen Asst Weed Ma ate** 1.:....../. EdUlewa ewes to a .S victory ever Pittabargh WANTEDMINWOMEN 0.051. ...._ r'W, Mee10iiee.jao

tevett Wttame research M- first TO and came back with a ,.TIfaMNwk.M, a PT ysslsrsser *. sb* Satarday.Sfcaaaoa I .e.5-.e boys''..r M.,5i.

aegis ta charge et the peeecLsaid SVyard MB tor the aecoad.Wlshart HH rear Isavsa set Sine put the Cardmala. I 4i "L""'. *,*: 4M/
that tt provea secceesfut pasead IS yards to Coach f Frees* M aa* ef She lea yeeagfceeHra ahead to stay > I .la tt* towthkutisg I T.. MS.: a.. Isis .).;: '

the draft wffl be told tar three Xea McQnarrie far the six-. Quits I as the sa-lsss **.*. r.. wun a Stoop singie te hips' sea. 111.LAPS AI

baste ,.,..... They wffl pre- pointer. Jimmy Swallow gas ...., ...... De )I..... right elf PIrate ace Bob Veal. I ...... ..;., ..., ... .. ,- I *T srrta* ;
..Ida M fctJnal) .>e and fatrtyasy the extra pac from five yards mnr ORLEAM (A?')) TWLetkardt ,,YIs' .eslMg a..J't'S sow 1113.Dtck *M- .n.-::: = --r.: \:= I TMM K fM.. a-15aveNe.:1'tJ
dashed p IIIe :: = ..... ;; .=. ;::,. ._ f. M . ,
autod et captwtnf ... -. Wlakart yards quit a* Talaae saskit. as Wasiamia, D.c. Tbsee areaasMiUN Great opned the taming infl* .... TNsM15u Jttm *

turkey, all otter wild animal. far tile final Redskat toMchdowa.Swallow ". baa 4x s cl) Satwdsy eal ,. sreslBBM aa flU was a doubt. Ka Boyer I .us11......-....*,.ew..M au iN w vzleis/ ....". I ,Mai M**:N MME e. 54M =:- lit".

far removal from assssty ,..,.- passed te Steve BpV dips bate tt. effldal start a( ''I ... --"" <*m Heart walked and JIll Wklte sacrVfiMd. TM/MNaiIe4dsMew .. r.....' I e.5 pw.eN..den I.. e..1'AWAV MIXSD 5 Jt

sated areas te e tar s,. ctt n1. They wffl bW*. awp_eten QUata wined. pet( .. Saaaae : ::::..::; .... ....... ... r. EMf1 ... Ii IwNr :.It.. ff : 4:
M ta" <.....MsUtg wfld aatnaj* ...n. sM4 >me tie rtI'. 'Amrterm -!sews M :::.. 0.e. SNene M.. Lot"'5.' se T.rt
aotsm ea a fie -.) .... tnCIAU I M.M N.IeeN se P1we M 5N M psreaM :1 Mid .
: rri.Celwlee
> scored whea rgftt eM fOemeata II C5 NIg154s M. ..s ,. 1 a I lorash 4''t 7
Alb say Tiar oar atag1e ........ tare* ..., ;=, less ees. : .;ii'005 ..a w.m.V1 Men
aar1. 5.
hart tl>e s4 MM a sals/. 47x1'SHUTSPiYWOOl ie a.with Jttais* e tttte I =:.r' ... N h. ... hN == -c: .. )...

yl+jp It pelsghs. M -+= !, Ts* anal TD' far dk Isasrs wu plate,..,. na dl n Icing I Sense, .w s ell l:w ..... AN N1 I ..7ir. 'Liais.. _1M..Sen4.M1.< .,

W1I4 M4 .adNMi they MM sraCedlarCtnsa. .*. 2! :! ,...... y. Beet Itaat ea a .V $ J40 M1Ia Met4rwY. isfldL I I. iJUCOLMglT1Ct., DH Mrsaaa. I :;a S NM.e5.? .5)51.Asa M1wa -

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btetegtcd port PMIEUIII Z1CB APf I e- IM M y" ... .n- .
sjer' ., saksry te the aaJtaata er Xadsktas Call:: ..)_...MM...._. 1 1 S S | Wee PHILADELPHIA Carv trtpUd aortas IbNeves I A w l:.elM V.S..:;.,1.w. .5 M."\1*.*reeauMM.. *04 j ee*.>* **l (I) ISw.N.w e-M's Lied ._105,054 sNN 11 .M.H M5551V5_ a and 554.a1 0.1..

..... 1 M tb* amt* toeing, bma- A '0 4. 0...", ..... .
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GUota I NS.e ... ,
Sd, tke drags are beiaftesaaalaawMMe .M. i i -1' Mars" vs.L leads'. klkj,
la sederBells i___ .__..... I 1Iasrdaye5 CsiiraJ LiimbaF Co. erg. Milwaukee to a Paoadelpelathat M victory *-.. .. . . i - . j Parse, eI'C NSa..MM ban =.; ,
*r fl MMlerlff hl50s.
wttfe .the int Mat e4.h1.Sired . CsrsRdlikas .. -- Mivuf mo* TU-MM ell the PkiOU shriaUagKadoaal SB C... lite.. 555/ kTIflMln*, 4S.7M V '
rnoeflr by tajactlea.) Tae vs. Costa (t:B) u n I s..N..IS. ee hest a/el
tlertda wUdSle rsawfrti eeaasrs Bean ... Oasca OR LeagM lead t* aa.kaU: - - - - ..._ ... | k>a.. Ske**% SSI*. .._-JI'- _'




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Over Dora Damage

i o Won.

West Volusians o Wed.Tue.

; (ouAllTlnr e

RIGHTS 642 West New York Ave."SEALTEST'

Given ARC Aid -


Don't get the Idea that we have homeowners;the local Red frost
t woman roofer In town )Just because late this week also was mailing COTTAGECHEESE INSTANTCOFFEE
you happened to tee a out to local merchants checks ;
woman climbing<< up ladders and totaling 1350.
Inspecting) roofs last week. This la the amount It coat the
The woman, Mm Pearl Wen Red Cross to provide sandwiches
tier. baa been checking damage doughnuts, milk, and coffee to
from Hurricane Dora as a preliminary the 1.250 persons who occupiedthe I
step In settling applications 13 emergency shelters In "r"
for Red Cross aid. West Volusla during the Sept t0s14mn h 2 LB. CUP3OC 6 OZ. JAR

Mrs. Wenner national caseworker 110 hurricane -
from the Red Cross At. After Mrs Wenner completes -
Santa headquarters by Friday her Inspection In West Volusla,
already had approved disburse she:will go to Sanford where ,
ment vouchers for three of theN more than 100 families reportedly I
West Volusla families requesting have\ applied for Red Cross
assistance assistance., ,t ,>m
She and Mrs Grace Yenmans, I She Is one of 133 caseworkers, f
secretary of the local Red Crams building construction advisers II I I
chapter, were still checking out I and other disaster specialists of
more of the applications for dam. I the National Red Cross dispatch
settlement In ed to hurricane
'IfHl'palr. areas
Went Volusla are expected to
According to the three siatefamily
approximately $800. assistance headquarter local Red Cross disaster chairman, Is shown presenting
disbursement voucher to L. Warren 1350
The Red Cross assistance-I III In Jacksonville, an estimated 2,. a Raymond ,
liven on the basis of financial TOO families will ask help of the S. Amelia Ave., for materials needed to repair damageto
his home from Hurricane Dora. Mr. and Mrs. War- ( Die With l"nr'3.r Mr Feed Order Please)
teed, not lois, and 1 11 an out. Red Cross In recovery from Hurricane (Limit One With Year tl*r Mere r..4 Order Planes)
tight gift not a loan. \ Dora ren's application for assistance is one of three which
Deane Smith local Red CrnM Survey show that 51 homes were settled last week More of the 14 applicationsmade 1 I DETERGENT"FAB
disaster chairman acid Red were destroyed In the hurricane: in the DeLand area were expected to be approved I "MINUTE MAID" FROZEN
Cross aid U given to individualsand I 384 had major damage, and 5, by early this week (Sun News Photo by Gilmore)
families whereas federal 4fi6 had minor damage In 36 Red
funds usually are available CTOM chapter areas This was ."... ORANGEJUICE t
manly for restoration of predominantly In North Florida I
property prl'l and Southeast Georgia, but also> ,
In addition\ to presenting Included minor damage In- coast I Courthouse LARGE SIZELIMIT
.buv emenf'vouchers to qualifying al South Carolina. t ,

'ENDOrSEA50Nsale Comments '-
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to tall WrltM i ;

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LAST CHANCETO How would' you like to shop for $50: .000 worth ef grocer!** CANS
a month That the responsibility of the Volusla County School
Lunchroom Supervisor Gladys R Earnest ( t. PLEASE)
Each year the school board calls for bids on hundreds of
SAVE ON Items of food for the lunchrooms. Before any bids are awarded, I
the foods are sampled and rated by the "official taster" The "NORTHERN"TOILET "FLAME RED".
lowest priced foods are not by any means always acceptable.This .
week the board awarded the food purchase contract

THESE for the year,Each lunchroom manager knows..what food, are "TOKAY"GRAPES
ALL NEWFIDIJERS .acceptable. ' . '
ll r.'. some of the reason* given for rejecting some products'
tf green beans, "not quality specified( also
stringy sample"; mixed vegetables "low -' TISSUE '
pack aftd mixture has excessive quantity of .
cheaper varieties"! cream style com, "over o
done sample, more weightalue In pack selected
per price' ; sweet potatoes,."overcook. ". "\ ...
Air Conditioners *d sample, coldr poor and low bulk pack.\ ; "' ,
sliced apple,'."sample not/ uniform, exewslv- f ..\
ly hard or loft pack" peach halves, ;'poor "-1', .
1 i.nJof,JKWH spots and overripe sample, also
Alvorunsatisfectory and texture poor1'.,.and I. f
sauerkraut "ovtrcooked sample, .tour last ., '' .e",
and poor color" ,., .
ctrl Earnest and her staff art to be comCOBIJS: REG; :
I mended for the effort made to make certainthat \ .
; I I quality food are. purchased and served to the school chil ROLL
e e e e Lb.
Florida's senior senator, !Spessard Holland this week offered
a new type his speech before the professional organization ef scientist
and engineers at Daytona Beach Tuesday night, he challengedthem
.to us* their knowledge to help solve the educational problems
of today
Calling) It ':'Educational Engineering1," Holland called for the -
sclenting and technical people to.develop new machinery, methods
Wi art tlotlnf *.t eur sleek *l',IfM M..* .. and the know,how to do r'as* the coat of education while "All MEAT"
the quality.
Yes Jt big" lotlnjt during thin aenae4ndlaSaid I Improving He noted'that the population Inrreane Is not the only reason

for overcrowded schools and colleges. The greatest demand, ti*
NO.01 Id. said, is for higher education for youth. There are more student WIENERS 11 oz. -.
((3)) 18,500 BTU $3 2 9 95 In college, more In'graduate schools. Even the professional scientists PKG. S
and engineer keep returning to the classroom for further
Hlfh Capacity,law Am*. Cattoi
study. (LIMITS I, PLEASE) _
BEG. $429.95..e, 1 Holland attributed the "fabulou t' 8. agricultural\ productivity
to effective farm machinery and to hybrid and disease resistant
'NO.4027 : crop, which resulted from the development of basic understanding .
of the sciences underlying igrlcultur" Amerteacindustrial .r" tvnnisir mH IAKIDI' ;
((1),22,000): BTU' $32Qoo :
productivity cam from the sam type of technological
REG.$389.95. . . advancements. The senator asked the scientific. and engineering WIENER. ROLLS
specialists to Solve the educational problem through the sam
NO.12003 type of scientific and technological approach,
I think from the expressions on many of the men't face ,
((4)) 13,000 BTU $22995Wi that his challenge appealed to them S '

$269.93. . e e e e 2 of' iI 391t
I am aw stricken In the presence of scientist\ and engineer Pkgs.
'NO.IUD1(7)ili500BTU' v When I look at a computer a rocket soaring Into space or the .
95 lucid* e|a motor I pay reverent tribute to the minds which treat
'( ) ; : :..,' '.$209, these modern than miracle we are Somehow you led ,that.theM people are"different" TIT

.;.$1S9.9f'-: Tuesday I felt I was getting out of my orbit to cover the INSTANT MILK. 'K' 39
meeting of the metropolitan division of th*'American Institute _EXTRA.,. . : s . : .,

'Naii2oi. OOOBT : of a little Aeronautic wary about and Astronautics meeting and where talking Sen.with Holland th member spok* of I wa the i u. r.ees. "w ef a "DllmlCI . .t t"t" !

((1)) 195 AIAA. These ar* topnotch scientists. engineers, teehnologtsta'and I ,. a ." : \ .
REG.$239.95. .. . I administrative heads, mostly from the General Electric\ plant 'InEajtona. IIOWNIU i SEGO . . err 1 .3 U$7'

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I met several GE officials and their wives and 1 found that "MAlYILOUS DSTUGENT"S
( ) the thing they talk shout are the sam thing w* do. Their a....0.. .. 79,. ....
(2)lro.On'.w( ) $1.9.500'NOA11D2 horn*, their! children and their schools, community need! and VEL' met 3 3 J
': .advantage Dora and They the talked weather.about politic.anclll.hlnl..about Hurricane ews.a Talwetr G.N WH.a ..f..lnNw/r. ". . . . .I'. . 's ",{"..r.l,. .'. . 'SJZI. ,.
They ate keenly interested In learning'about Floret.'. state "luiiuiAnr . .. : '
1 xN"
and county government They are Bow a part. of It and willing 'v w'.-- ..r.I't' ,. ." ,110..
BTU $17300 to assume their pnnsMlttte! as citizen They want to help SOAKY 69;
(U8OOO.) ,' . s .su, e: s. UClI,
this county grow and prosper. Many", of them.have, settled la our 50 EXTRA :, } .
REG..$219.95 . . DeUnd area.Professionally. win ,ter.MM I !'sAiiowi Nu su" bev, I f'I I .
.. Rr +
the** men are scientist, engineers technologists eeroaaN.. f -- '
NO.A11D3. and business executives But they are husband and father rFNM10 BAGGIES II .94: . ., r" ,M6., .29J
. . .. .4. . . . . Of 39
BTU $175 first. They may help design and build thus" thing which make ,as : .., .. ,
9,000 "'I" "
((3)) ..
'. exploration el space possible! but they want to make this earth .
REG.,$299.93. . ,a better place for aU our children to bve.They ; u. 391 AM Kooonrnf 5
arts, any different wen It come to roncwa' over th* ""S.C.' ''JJ59 Spwrw
A11M S education of their children and the wen bung el their community. e... .t -T..y.. oast, FLORIEHT . . . . s e s s e e /
- $ They are just people) Uk* UI"m Yan.pwNnWp a..t..aa. .
((2)( ) 50fJ.ITU, ; : 1 6995 -tliAOtPACMTJ- S .

I 'RBQ. J969.95.> . 507 Pupils Smoke Won to'a program ot encouraging - HO. ,4111; i

: : ' education : 5 JACKSONVnXE AP) A'' to th..relationship between \

(1)( )'6,000'BTU.' $ 4995 survey show that SOT fttttt and smoking, and health.' w -
Th. cammltte inrlude
repr> Cashmere Soap
REG..$179.95:.. . sixth sjrad pupil In Palm Beach tentative of tile Slat..Board of E Bouquet
Cnunty schools smoke tobacco" Heahh. florid\ Medical A odaIton. .
pusaNA( .Aee N.t,letludd 1 ) the Florida CMnmltte 0.1 Smok- ; FVrkta Inset AunrUttmi. annul' _

tnt and Health rrportffl Florida divb tee of th,* Airwricaa\ M
sold MudmU wen sure : Cancer Society and Florida Tberrulosl NF. .891 '
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CALKINS ELECTRIC and Respiratory U 2 Bit 31 2 Bars' 21Pitt
W-.d.. I sesame Aom-taltoa. c.;::.. w-r: : Bars I Reg 1
Dr. James E. Fulshum. sent- The commute' anwd James
':531"S.Bouliarti. : Phone 73I-67S1 tae el the ccnmltt. said UM i I Patter ot Tampa u a eoa-
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DeLand Son News today fine of 1-ej.Under and V-S model light, Keyless! locking system, lit more than 10 per rent during -the price range In which T4 percent The 1M Mercury. three Inches I mounted parking light and tun Each set Of headlamps U protected
lets this page or anew U avtllbale Including two-and and Reversible keys. the past model year after undergoing of all American passengercars longer and more luxurious than signals in the leading edges of by a pane of high strength
car picture to lUllIfi'lbfn tour-door sedans, two-door hardtops MM TEMPEST a complete body change are sold.Oldunoblle la 1964 present the moat extensive the front fenders setoff tempered glass
gho I convertibles, and four-door Das been tastefully refined. The It Introducing for change In the 26'year history the fresh new front end appearance The most-changed Ford In the
a quick glimpse el two-seat station wagons Pontiac Motor Division Tempest American wheelbase' of 106 196.III'W, glamorous companion of the car. The grille la recessed 13 year history of Ford Division
what the major manufacturer The Valiant with Itsnew I for 1963 presents new styling Inches is unchanged. to the Dynamic M to be Even In Its styling. the Mercury " slightly with the center portion Is now In Ford dealer show
are offering American motor* Plymouth Including vertically mounted We have Increased the over known as the Delta 88 ThIs new for 13 resembles the thrusting forward la theme with roomiAll,
fender, deck
front i iUd
leis grille headlights Increased !length! new all length of the Ambassador and Oldsmobile!, along with the Lincoln Continental with its the crisp hood. The dleoait grille IT models In the 1963 Ford
and aide
The varied setertfoii' bun- tall lamps, body- I Classic lines but none of the Increase Dynamic 811'., J-utar I, Star clean classic look of eleganceand Is composed of continuous horizontal !. lineup Including a new luxurious \
tales that there .11 a ear for ornamentation establishes a I colon and two new models forextended Is In the nature ot wasteful fires and 98'. Is powered by formality.A bars 'l'perltPc'nt1ea1l1 'LTD' series are UttraEy
resemblance to other 1963Plymouth
r \erjr purpose and for every family market coverage. overhang vice president : OldsmohUi recently developed host of Improvement In by open black and bright rec new from tires to roof and from
pocketbnok. can new aluminum I grille "With the new styling design Thomas Coupe said "A five 423:! cubic Inch Super Rocket engine, chassis and body attain tangles. bumper to bumper," said Lee'A.lacocca .
For the complete story on Is a one'piece bright engineering' advances, and the Inch Increase In the length el f engine teamed with the Turbo for the 1963! Lincoln Continental NEW; FRONT Ford Motor Companyvice
the MW 'ISo attend the tbow. stamping, light strong ,and 'big car' appearance of the most Classic models was ?designed Hydra Matte transmission for new standsrdi la readability, The! 1963! Imperial has a BOW president and Ford Division
lag BOW under! nay at many anodized against corrosion. Tempest along with the two to>> Importantly enlargethe the most Instantaneously respon reliability and passenger comfort front end design It features anew general manager.
of DeLaad new car d alera. Thunderblrds distinctive stjl new models the 19(3( Tempertline trunk area." Today we are showing 14 of log Is enhanced for 1965 by newexterior represents an even greater >EW CONCEPT:: division history it was announced Standard equipmentA occupying the full width undivlded of three engines, an available .
the new model An additional I trim and ornaments opportunity for the Pontiac customer Pontiac Motor Division offers today by General Manager new hood with slightly grille opening' The dual headlamps with either Cruise,Mafleor
13 models will be shown' on lion and Its luxurious Inl..riorort to find his choice of an a completely new concoct In Harold N MetzeL! raised center panel emphasizesthe set In bright rectangular three-speed manual transmissions -
thin page next week. new standards of comfort automobile." E M, Eaten. a Gen. automotive design" and styling The lively, economical F85 re- long, classic front line of the headlamp doors, are recessedinto to>> meet the requireI -
I and elegance. era! Motors vice' president and with the Introduction of' their teals many changes for '63 Extensive Lincoln Continental Hush the grille' at either end I I I menu of an drivers
Plymouth Valiant for 1X5! re- New owner-benefit feature ef general manager of Pontiac 1963! models. rent)'ling features new
maths an economical low.priced' the 1969 Thunderbird Include: Motor Division, said The Catalina Star Chief and Interior appointments, a new die-
American compact, built on a I I Front disc brakes, Sequentialturn Styling of the Rambler American Bonnevlllt models an present an cast grille new bumpers, and
106 Inch whH'lbase.' A complete signals, Convertible dome which recorded a sales gain appealing silhouette as they are new car side trim with full-
longer. lower and wider oa .the length moldings at bumper level
i:! exterior and contain more room and around wheel openings.
and luxurious furnishings la the Smart new rear styling Include
Interior four large rectangular tail lights ,
The Star Chief series offers a and a redesigned rear body
four.door hardtop and a four panel.
door sedan THIRD MODEL:
In the most significant change The Mustang announced InUrdtop
In automobile marketing In re-' and convertible model
H -r rent jean, Chrysler" -Plymouth by Foid Division as the tint of
Division of Chrysler Motors Its 1963! : cars lilt April, continue
Corporation has added 14 modelsto to make news with an added
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EditorialsSenator I CRACKER POLITICS gar a tEUio (cno AJ) son mm SUNDAY SEfr. 27 im

.r ". ': tea, 1964 House Leaders Seen 'Concerned'

HollandIs Higher Education" l, '


Standout Choice ., ', ';';". Over Demo Def ecti ons' RamificationsBy

Regardless of who occupies the White House ;
for the next four yean, Florida's inttrett will tI"'I iy .1.St" ALLEN MOBBJ8 the Democratic nominees fadelllllate Jam who previously\ bad said

i be served best by re-election of Spcsurd L. ., .... TALLAHASSEE Tbe leader anew the prospective they were staying out of the
ship of the -65 BOUM has become presiding salter many of them Johnson-Coldwater campaign.
Holland to the United State Senate. ,"\1\:. 11 .. more concerned than anyone had first selected during the Za talking about the problem
Senator Holland's record-during three full f ''oR Is willing to say publicly preceding regular session. et Democratic lawmakers for

Jerms" and part of another-need no embellish i I about ramifications: of the few In the present \Instance that Goldwater\ leglilstive leaders
.. open defection: of Democratic deslgne .1s Representative E. suggested It was not a matter
ment to recommend him for another six years lawmaker to Barry.Goldwater. C RuweQ of WUdwood. Th* of easy answers. They granted

aervice in Washington.He Whenever legislators have an Tampa snow Is, therefore Ro- for example the merit la Home
has represented Florida and the nation I v opportunity to exchange views well's day of glory. statement that he would fed
privately they talk about the But as former RepresentativeTroy \himself a political hypocrite If
honestly and effectively In this high office gaining multiplying problems of this Peacock Jackson Countyonce be stayed silentDDTEROT

the respect and admiration of legislative Pandora's Box opened by retiring complained\ the trouble Snt'ATIOX'
colleagues as wellas Speaker Mallory E. Home's with politics U politics. The But they felt his situation as

the. confidenceof r Mt, 1 ; activities for Goldwaten incongruity: of .Horn serving aa Dfflcial whose service largely
rte At the legislative weekend at simultaneously as presiding! officer : ended with adjournment of
his constituents.The Y .N { ,1 riyJ, t t the University of Florida, for of a Democratic caucus and the legislative session last year,
DtLand example there was little elM co-chairman of the Coldwater differed from those who expected

Sun New believes iY4th dlleu cL campaign la to enjoy tile benefits of
e Hindsight being ever so much Florida produced Democratic membership In the
Senator Holland better, tt Is dear to the leaders aa explosion. Legislature after supporting\ the
is closely attunedto that they should have accepted Republican nomine for Presi

the needs and Home's original offer to step WhOemostof dent.
'. c ailde and let someone else opea tile attention They ssld a legislator lives hi
thinking of the ' !, the House caucus at Tampa.) had been given a house with two floors. On on*,
majority of the They did tot do so then because Horn because legislators are responsible to a

people of Florida.H they were thinking of of Us position local constituency. As politicians
Home ns an individual popular as Speaker at they certainly could understand
has consist' among his colleagues and failed least three of how a Democratic nominee

ently followed a to perceive that he could become those who ex* might find It awkward to survive

moderate course h a symbol. Tut-w; ; Moiuui politically if be espoused
n r This attitude came about because vigorously the Democratic na
01lefllation h the House caucus .1s largely Legislature have Joined la openly tional candidates in a county
striving to preserve a social affair a get-together indorsing Goldwater while remaining whose people overwhelmingly!
'' a proper bal- ef Democratic nominees, and a la the Democratic par favored Goldwater.Td .
retiring Speakers role Is. limply ly. they felt those same
HeBea aef between state ceremonial. In Rome's cut. It Actually the feeling of the 65 Democratic nominees well might
See Speesard and federal power was particularly, so for he had House leadership began to consider the problems they were

and to protect the fret enterprise system.He not run for reelection and his change when colleagues with cresting for their colleagues In
legislative term along with his Republican opposition started other counties. Granting that tile
Is no "yet man. He speaks and votesCn Speaker's service, runs out on complaining. Democratic party In Florida

Issues in the Senate out of conviction, as a ,November ). They pointed out that one of means different things to different

,sincere American who \II deeply conscious of the The excuse for caning those tile arguments long used for people, those legislative
"offldiT Democrat to the leaders Insisted Its nominees
caucuses Is that they electing a
understand the Amer-
Deed to
problems facing
serve the purpose of allowing Legislature was that a Demo. owed some consideration to their
lea and the world today and to find their proper ant could accomplish more bIo fellows elsewhere In the state

solution. WASHINGTON MERRYCO.ROUND'Interesting' cause his party would be la even If rank-and-Lle voters could
control. But. they complained. pick and choose as they pleased.
Hit senator's legislative record Includes such
some of tile effectiveness of Too. It Is dear that some
diverse achievements u sponsorship of t constitutional We that! argument was sapped If the House members never will feel

amendment to abolish the poll tax (ratified distinction between Democrats quite the same about those of
: Vote Seen '
this year), establishment of. Everglades National mmIncreased 1b !!10@! 3 and Republicans was blurred their colleagues from Dad
through accepting Democratic' county who forced the Horn
Park, and being a prime mover in Florida lerlslstors for Coldwater. situation Into the open by publicly \ .

hood control and the cross-state barge canal. Too, the announcements by Inilsting upon his with.
'Secret Session9By Rome and others had the eon. dr.walfrom the Tampa caucus.
A "progressive has been During
sequenc of forcing legislators If that seems InconsUtent with .
act implacable foe of the encroachment: of the
everywhere to declare them their talk of Democratic unity.
federal government on state sovereignty and Savings Viewed selves and many resented hiving It Is only because many legislators

3 has rejected the philosophy of the welfare state. DREW PEARSON McCulloch could have added to do this. There were LBJ still tend to become confused
laoel pins worn at the Gainesville over their dual roles u .
But he has supported a reasonable social WASHINGTON There was that he from was Jimmy under Hotfa'a terrific lobby.pressure By OEOBOB lAOEOOICf laving Is not an evil to be weekend by some legis party men and as Individuals.
aa Interesting roll cC behind
security program and has welcomed and sup the closed doors of the How lath and the Republican Nation. One of the most iaterestiag, avoided on the ground that It
ported change wherever it .was demonstrably Judiciary Committee recently al Committee during his. "long and unexpected of recent 'economic puts a drag on total demand. A
study" as were other Republi dev opp'e ata has been high rate of saving caa be a
for the better. oa who was for and against
cans. Another who wilted under the Increase la the rate of per stabilizing force and one which HallChatter
Jimmy HoCa. The vote was
Adding to his value in the Senate la his seniority supposed to be secret but be. the pressure was Rep. James sons! saving. During the second promotes non-Inflationary economic City

; now ranking 12th among the 100 members. fore it was taken Rep William Bromwell. R-Iows. He told Committee quarter of 1M4 Individuals saved growth.
C. tamer R-fla. colleagues three weeks M percent of their total income We might keep this. la mind
virtue of this seniority Holland holds predicted
Partly by
that the whole proceedings,' including ago that he was against HoCs. ,after taxes. This Is. the highest" when the next opportunity for ,
important committee post*'.including' those :on- a breakdown 10. how but he switched when his' feet percentage recorded la the past tax reduction come along. The

the Appropriations Committee, Agriculture and each committee member stood .were put to the fire. I years.The Idea that tt ought to ba given to ,
Forestry and Aeronautical and Space Science. "wU be carried la Drew Pear The Judiciary I Committee 1.1 percent compares with the people who would spend) it
1O eolumnW chairman Rep. Manny CID.r.DN.1' all percent savings rate la the most rapidly, rod that ws should
Senator Holland Is a statesman whose experience X don't want to let 'Cramer ., made the Issue very same quarter of 1N3. The gala avoid giving it to people who r N y

and proven principles make him a down, so here .la what happened clear ta the dosed.door debate. may not seem spectacular but might save-It doasnt seem to Br BEKNAKD BISHOP }
standout choke for 'your vote on Nov. 3. at the secret meeting Jimmy Hotfa's Teamsters already to .achieve this Individuals had hold up under experience. .e* News Staff Writer
.*" Rep: Byron'' Rogers D-Colo., have expressed approvalof ,to. save one-quarter of the ...
: 'who' Is antS.lI ff.. moved that this (the McCud loch) compromise crease la their total Interacts ever

4 ".-.,. the Judiciary Committee postpone ," said CeDrr. "A vote for the year. READERS'FORUM
action on the resolution It Is therefore a vote for Hefts SAVINGS TAXES: Police detectives are surveying' occupational licenses for
DEAR ABBT.. .e I"" until after the election. "This lano It Is also a vote for a legislative This.has occurred while the. businesses la DeLaad with a view to more complete enforcement
time to consider a political trial of something now being . :'economy has been gaining upward of the law.
issue" pleaded Rogers. He was considered by the court, momentum. The combination Tb. survey has resulted In recommendation by City Attorney
:wI defeated by a voice vote.: which Is highly Imprudent la of a general economic rIM T. J. Huafeld for a revised or new municipal ordinance pertaining
Two Choices ,, Rep. Charles! Mathias, R.Md.. my opinion. This committeeshould with aa Increase la the savings to occupational licensing.
who Is against Hotta but has be particularly careful rate suggests a new look at some yM De\....' s.e "son"' .......... Husfeld's recommendation submitted to city officials, noted
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been under heavy presiure from to show respect for the Judiciary previously accepted theories. cHNn. Tl..a. the im.. that many business establishments perform more thus one category
Are Offered his party and the'Teamsters system, because we handle alllegislation When the tax cut was first ...." W ....... ..e "' of service. Under existing law, the firms could be required
< Til. ... .*(*.>... tn.
ItA.UIA8o Union next moved that tile dealing with our being discussed. Administrationwltaeuea n r to obtain more than one .
committee probe be confined argued that what was .illSlstn:. 0 date for occupational licenses Is. Oct. 1, the start
"not Iws11 who disagree with most needed was u Increase la Mw *r :' lixf In MrMMNK
pending we MMN M* MikiT. IMUW ,* MISiiiiUtla. of DeLand's fiscal year. But business ownerhave
.'Aft iimMt only to eases you, Mr. Chairman expect: to consumer demand and that .. .. .I.*..rrrini.... . lie. N days after the beginning of the fiscal
a. M w.t.
lathe branded Hotfa this could be achieved\
courts. be u .1IJ'IICIrt"trI by cutting win be wngI1. b.e seep w.ei year to renew without penalty.
DEAR AMT X am the mother of aa elghtyeeroldtoy This threw RpubUcen *- ," disputed WUtener of North the objection was raised that t the me s.wmteM I5Iis. t e e .
from a former\ marrUf My present hatband Is. Insanely aad Carolina. "But this Is. sot the Increased demand could be frustrated What\ ever happened to the proposal for
jealous of my see and I think It .U beeaue the boy biriecrtt foes truth." U people saved rather Child WritesTo fluoridation of DeLand's water!
locks so much like his. real father. My husband sad I of Bobby Xeaaedy "As tar as I am concerned than spent their gains from tax Last word, months ago was that the proposal
r work different shins. He has to leave the house at 1:10 Into a we might as well throw\ this reduction, the Administration made by Commissioner Walter Clatzattwould
t P. U. and I don't get home until 1.00: P. M. My husband brt.a'p..le.Illee closed meeting open to the spokesmen answered that this 'Parents' \ be referred to voters.It .
Insists that the boy .Is old enough to stay alone and he tt would press,," declared J1o da', Cra was aa unlikely development. appears now that the fluoridation Issue
won't let me get anyone la to stay with him. Abby I am have excluded mer. "Everything I say here. People could be relied OlIo they win act be submitted to referendum la No
practically out of my mind worrying about what caa Xeaaedy'sprosecution everything that happens. Including said to continue spending the EDTTOK1 NOTE Tt* Wlewtag vember's general election.
happen to my little boy with X get home. He means the ef our votes, will be carried la lime old percentage ef their MSer was mast to snwn.hers Best guess .1s that, U the controversial subject \
world to me. I am conatantly palled between my husband Rolls from InVettigaUon. I'UJtIOf't' Drew Pesnon's column." after-tax Incomes ef the. ..-r ad Trt-HVT Is placed ea ballot It will be la the city'staor
and my son. I love my husband, too, but my son means "That doesat bother me," Wall for the time being.. at ehbs *f DeLm4 Bg Scfceel election ta May. 1JW.:
more to me than Ufe fise f. Plea*; tell me what to do toon. However the and >Kennedy shrugged Whltener. "Pearson least people are saving aa aa by Be4oU. has ... Ameri- .
UNHAPPYDHI eoaUUoa managed to defeat the does stand any higher with txpectcdly large pert of their ea hlU hag ..... by Two suits are ta Utigatloa against the city, according: to attorney .
> VNsUPrYl If yew .. may. aaae niece toM Mathlas amendment by a close the aewspapsr publishers than gala from tax reduction. Bat.. aba dubs Mmigh. the Fes.erPareairtoa. T. J. Husfeld.
c IBM .. stoat." .ttt parr Jab sod eve ea what yerhssjiaad IT.II vote." Those who voted for Jimmy Hotta stands with most strangely, this Mtl'ftl1Ot to have One suit to Circuit Court seeks compensation for bodily Injury
..... DM! way fort he able to stay U home Hotta ea this were Democrat labor. unions. slowed down the general ecoaom- and the other la Federal Court asks damages for "depriv
and be a MkVfeaa Meter to She key we* *MMS MMwestr reighsa. Ohio;IMrjCVa. Asa. MALL-TDTC ALUE4 to upsurge. Apparently there la I always remember you ....h- ing of property without due process of law."
to Tea OeasrwiM, easrttaaa to week aa4 hire. setaee more I.C| Dowdy;Tex.j Whit. Asked about'tIM contribution something wrong with the underlying tag you. win be fin. at this time. The Utter suit could have wide effect If the dry wins. It was
*. te ..... arts jeer eta darts* year ....... Lad II IIII' X.C.) UboaatL m.) and of Australia and New Zealand nation that a high savings Here we are fine thanks to your brought by a Live Oak resident who charged the city unlawfully
,... IobM deeeal Me tt> tilt Ma. te Ho whorl Best 11II.. Arta. ?* to the Allied forces patrolling rate la bad for business la that help X sun going to school and condemned sad rued a building he owned.
.......... .. .. .. 1Il..1 ...'I'jt The foOowtaf RepubUeeas aIao the South Pales; Brttala's eras ,tt detracts from consumer demand. X am very happy. City officials say the budding was condemned and that the
..... + I....voted IW. Sloth ; McCuDoch.: Slate ambassador. Lord I Bar. I would lib to know yen. at owner was properly aotlfied. After due time according to building
,DCAR ABBTi X was recently Invited to. a'1nlKDanouibridal Ohio Pert.,Vs-r Cramer. Fta.| loch commented: delicately at BEfXBACtS!' XXrUlKHfla least by a picture so I wO know Inspectors tt wsa ton dowa. Officials said the structure. was a
shower tor the daughter of a Mead of mine. Once Moors. Va. Meader, Mich. a recent press brieflng that tact the lacrosse: \ savings " how you look. With your cash- safety hazard.
the shower gifts were hot eoaflned to "fcitcbea" or say Shrlver Xaas.t MscGregor. their coatrUMtloa was ".....* had helped to metals toCation great. I am paying tar. my schooling U the court upholds/ the dry la Its condemnation and raring
thtac spedaU ttousjht a Bible would be a very welcomeaadHatque Mist BromwtQ. lows+ King. eus." during this period ef sad my slitefs, too. ; sireHofley procedure, more old and dilapidated structures\ the city might
if Hit X bought the ateeet able X could find and. N.T.I and Martin >CaUt, ALetwu4"repartees scuiiledto rising economic activity.; beenextent buying some food. fad la the path of buOdomrs.Xsat ..
led beavttfuBy gift-wrapped and. preseated It to the \Those who voted against Hoffa their dictionaries to took up tal outlays by business. have e at
tele. at the ....,.... Whoa wanted sail my Imld remarked. were Democrats: Ca tr. N.T.l txlgwjus," They discovered the Increaslag rapidly.. the Speak there a drainage problem till city's recently Jau11tpubUe
TJa, dear tt I had a.. CheU k).; wink 1.&.) Rodtno, word means "PItItaD1l1M1L"K'CU'fG \ that they caa be Baaaced. by BbraryT
trot ei one tram say hotel room.' NJ.t Rogers' Colo.; DonohiM. :' ooAunr LOUTIt drawing oa voluntary savings BIGUwOOD: IAP- Contour of the property adjacent) to the Horary ea W. Rich
Everyone laughed but I had a limp la my throat the Mass.1 Brooks, Text Too Fa,; dtdat leak out ef the dosed. \Inflationary increases et bank gubernatorial caadldat Itepub.Beea Are. la suck that water drains Into a low area behind the buildfcf .

ate. of a kmoa. Do you think my lift was Inappropriate. Kansm la. Wl*.! Gilbert. door committee meeting but credit caa be avoided. Charles Hoary told > .
t and would like your opinion of t the bride. N.T.; Cormaa. Cmlltt St. OIl,.. wastes,the Jsrmas D-OkU, The Increase ta the savings sight that supportersFriday he would The Bbrai7s. basement, wkkk has casemeat windows, fronts
to thepotent the tow .....
d LOWAIUCADBlBsttBaUUkDBRi Coen. and Edwards Callf.lplus only man defy ra.. be only tI IPGrU)'. tar ea
may "BgBt rellgtoue freedom sad
tobacco lobby the Recent heavy reins caused some eoacera.
I.Ihtak yer tl t was weassrfuHysMNfetasa. RepubUcaas Mathlas. Cakm. ea Thai Is to say tt may give asprotectionfrorateftartoa aa state's rights sad ttdMdualBberties. . .
ef pubBe health
to be "' <. NJ.. sad Ltodsay. H.T.They principle l ally "
R Ska add was eJtoaiirttag .
.. : aB rotrt" the same Jarmaa voted against author Auditors have consistently recommended that the city audit
K aka .. way lor \laleiUu period. But eves
Aad was serttea > aa Making I' tour around
ksr Jidgaeaea was par jw stump .
books of firms taxes
the McOiOocfeeom House Xaterstato. WBr/ piping mualdpal collected from
fbatty ea : bring the Commerce tar has
rises* ease fear* buns swtoe, what has kappeaod so the stat*. Ropey told the Repub-. -
pfomW resoluBoa whlck stilt Ctmmlttos to the perrons.
wg bearing ea orMralo *
aa Important hell flub here that his. Demo- Last the city; notified the firms books would be
authorises a probe of Kennedy Federal Trade Commlisioa to which wQ any year their
husband TIs retired .Issues
ABBY My art a eratie for
DEAR egposst govermor. subject to audit unless payments were remitted .. time.
tIIoqIt doesat epedCcally delay tar six months aa FTC
... he has had mack arise \ta the fatare.msa .
school toaeher. Knee retirement mention his. prosecution ef Hotta regvlattea rebuking tobacc* sgsla Mayor Haydoa Burns of Jack dry Clerk Whim Opper said payments had been ttmetythroughout :
hands, aad he .sea tt largely to carry eaeomspoadeacea soavfOe, w. tar J ka
time ea his -except for Democrat Ksitea* firms! to label cigarets as hvlurtous who- has degrees from. working" thin fiscal year sad that actually, estimated rebateswould .
"", with aumeroua farmer: pupils. Almost "Why son and Humphrey. ba exceeded.Trsakly. .
melee and Republicans Mathlas titJUo beginning text both Harvard and Yale.
his M-retpeadeats are women. have sea a few lath most aoteria .
all of and Uadssy. who switched and Jsnuary tJarmaa should Congress protect the too Humphrey -
totters ke fcaa wrtttoa to them. (He proudly shows thou supported halts .ta the Heel >>U stood alone to the lace Industry .la the lab-Hag ** member ef the Amerlcaas were set et tends* 1\SI1re Dr. Jobs Johas,
te me.) T**: are lt gthy, flowery and fun ef afisettoa.HeUtor vote of approval.Xa ekeed-door committee meeting v rttslag ef dgarettt for Demecratie Action aid president ef the West Votusta Xatfustrlal Board. -
giG1 than b wrUe" kIlL I am set Haloca, prior eebaM behind- dosed wells Rep. Horace Konegay, and"Cur youth sbeuMU waraed should ke become vice president But the board created ton years age to eetaia.. toduseiaalor . .
heaven bows. alter N years with him, Mouse ke has doors, McOdoch. whe epposedHotta D-N.C. a tobaccoepeHsmsa.. abeam the aascts ef tobacco tostoed would as* tile powers ef Oat et. the rectoa. wfl eoattMe to traction probably .ta eeajuaetloa
Mewgy. a vimi..a fatsk $1 wemw New.'er .ta a Committee vote three argued that there wasat sufficient el being exposed to 1VtGIIIIMI'daII fie* to achieve ADA goals" HothreahL wash the Chamber ef Oommsrca. Wort wffl be done ea a *otuaAt -
t....$11s to haour any M Ih1111 t.S asst M wrta weeks age, did bIn best to Justify evidence as yet to prove' ..... tiler .... shs.d
....... ... .......... JItta'I .. ..... AM "" herrtrlt his new position-far Hotta. that excessive eigartt smoking athletae aid mey.Mtageatan. asocO The. AnA pUttorm. hallo the ..... board smmbera eI pUdgee ef CUM
tabor sue Jllasa re Ii .. a1p ".y reeohittoa ta a reasonable caused tag cancer ta many sag dgarata I ta fashionable. a srendtags. > said urges decent ef proposals eadl from the dty. chamber and the DtLsad sad Wset VotastaCommote
> compromise," malatahMd MoCUOoch. eases. ." relating In B04 restfag aadprer ef Ma. Pledge* were met IB* first jeer.
'1- plat J ..... II pm kebaad ears wMMsr. "1 have Siva this fang "What mere evMeace de yea Jarmaa's pie, kewever.wont while sdMote. Duo this year .* :money \to budgeted by the city for WVTEL
l WI _. -'- worm or mm M bag s* ke goes study and siaosrety belle,. laM need than the UA Surgeon Can.sear. as strong as tobacco "By working tor Johasas sad And fads area! Bkeiy to te forthcoming tram the dumber orOiuiuitte
....... i awl Bss,rlstae ... mist et Us heave arekewTer. acting ethically aad morally' oa report, which WM very lobby preesuree ea fewmltte* 1I\Im1JII". my eppl.wwt has el Ma.
from weos., They.. far man falthM this tune. It Is the right thing definitive and exhaustive M coQeaguM. They aa voted n4nfM hUmelt to the ADA." The binds director. DUs Wtooa. maintains aa eIftcW ta tt*

$5 40." this fuesttoar torortd Jar- ageJajt. him, HoDey said. amber Idlia&

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DELTOVA Mr and Mr*. land Park, Itch. Mr*. Mabel
I Richard Varndell of 1447 Normandy i I II Handy who mad the trip with all" tAT
I Blvd. have returned from them has returned to her horn 10

a Jive-week trip which Included li Ft Lauderdale after spending
X.rJIQ 'RECOGNITION DINNER'-DeLand American Post 6 and auxiliary l-
a vUit In Unlontown. Pa with a few day in Deltona
Dick relative, then to BaIt!. recently stated their annual recognition dinner in honor of Girls and Boys
more, Md. where they were Mr and Mra Andrew Reppa State representatives Carol Clayton Joyce Went*. Gary Giovanni and William C.
guests of their on. Robert and of 1357 Whltewood Drive areentertaining Holler In Shown at the dinner, left to right art F, H. Barnhsrt Boys State ehaW

family and from then Waited their daughter and man; Gary Giovanni; William Holler III, and B. A. Blob, post commander. (Sun,
with friend In their former *nn.In.taw, Mary and Bill Scerba News Photo by Hunter)

,, w horn town Washington, D. C. of Grafton, Ohio

fir y James Craighton, ton nt Mr Mr and Mr. George Muntoa City Founded By Poles Sets Birthday Fete : I

*..... and Mn. Oscar Cratgthon of 131J and two children George and
Hartley Circle has completed' his Jtnle, of Winter Park were Sunday

ADULT CLASS, REGISTRATION. Norman Wagner and Zeral Mallard basic tralnlnf la the U: S. Air guests of Mr and Mrt Harold KORONAJust M( yean ago Some of thot famlllea art A ,Polish tauaag supper will

.. register Mr. and Mrs. John Lahtinen for Adult Education Classes at the Wednesday Fort U San Antonio (exaa, and Both Swank the Muniona of $24 Horizon! St a group of Polttb people moved ttlll there la the tettlement be served en the church grounds
'night meetingAdult In bring transferred to Amarillo were formerstudents from Chicago and Detroit to known a* ,Korona Pollth word from 4 to I p.m., followed by'aPolish
where he win attend Technical! of Swank In Connell- torn farm land they had bought Mr crown 14 mU... north ot Hop starting at 1.30 ptn..
School) for U week having 'been vole Pa tight unlt't"lIII Florida Daytona Beach on U. S. 1. live '*. HIGH MASS
claMlfled a* admlnlntratlv* *perlalliit The Swank are currently entertaining mile south of Bunnell, '
Education Plans Arc Outlined H. to b. horn for )Ira. Swank liter, \a. are spending<< a month at High Mat will be sung at U
hope On Oct 3 4 they Golden
Mix Hannah Fogelmaa from their h"'n* on Hartley. Axe. They plan a the following morning at the
Chruitmta or sooner. Muncy Pa have u their guest Mr. Lilly\ Annlxersary Celebration ot the church A pedal luncheon will!
Brisk of ritlchurjh Pa. who founding<< tf their community, be served vttlUng church and
Mri Kitty Prime of dark Mr. and Mr. James Ntcoll hit a home site In Deltona and with guests invited from all star governmental! dlgnltarie after
i>DELTQNA: A kick-off meet. burf. W. Va. U\ a guest of her .
Florida and the United State
of Ml So Floyd Circle left on expect to build In the near futuie High .Matt. A barbecue chlekeadinner
tog tor fh. Adult Education: Program alrter Mr*. Leo Bnlleni of 13MV BUU rRUtfH
Tuesday morning for a Ihn..tIt.y will be available on till
In Deltona\ wu held Wed Wellington Drive In Port Ritrhey on till went One ot their tint art en *ei. church: grounds at noon tor that

8sday night in that Community. I, H7f1bn; mast, where they will be guests Mi'*. Dean Howland fit Nor lung In Florida\ was la build public
Center with 13 persona la attendance Mr and Vljterk, of Blvd, has rt'turnl'/lllnm. church St Mary Catholic
IIr( Mr. and 1.1I'I. William Pyatt, mash' a ( The afternoon will b,* takenup
,I *4ft Mririmie are entertaining parent of the Mcoll ton In from an ..xt.ndf'd'I'lt In Bay Church till ttanri betide U 8. with a band concert starting
Interest \Is growing this pro. tohn i brother, Robert of Union law, \IfOW, Mich i and Milwaukee, 1 at the Intersection with Old at 2 30 and tile ceremonies' wturonrlud
gram and registration wa high town, Pa.Mina WI,. U S. 1, Moat of the tettlvitle at 4:TO p.m. with the a
at this first meeting I Mr and Mr*. Leon Page of will renter around the church, Benediction of the Moat Bleated
Director Zeral! Mallard an I Helen Cutter and Miss 1331 W. Wellington Drive. ha\* Mr. and Mr*. Henry PavtowtMM Its nearby shrine and the cemetery Sacrament '
Bounced that new daises to start Helen' Helmets of Akron Ohio, returned home from Baltimore Hartley Orel and Sally across the highway i
this week will Include a ihopeoura I are arriving today fnr a stilt Md. when they pent three mother Mr*. John Johnson The celebration will tart witha
*which will meet twice a with Miss' Curter i mother. Mr*. week pent tevcral! day in Jarktonvllle memorial Il'rVlr. la St. Mary
week with Roland Lever a* the Norman Wagner and Mr. Wagner with Mr and Stn. Warren Cemetery at 10 a moo Oct 3Hrliports .
Instructor! : liquid embroidery The Wagner win vacation Mine Helen Cutter and Mill Hendrlrk Mr*. Johnson will
with'' Lucille Pennlnirton: the t with the young ladies for the Helen Helmeti of Akron, Ohio stay for several weeks with her Advocated G
Choral! Group directed bv Ml. next two weeks, seeing Florida will arrive Sunday to visit Mil daughter before returning horn

dred dark; and the Delton'" Cutter mother, Mr*. Norman WASHINGTON (API Congretilonal .
Combo with Zeral Mallard will Harold and Elizabeth Swank Wagner, and Mr UagneroMi.19n Mr. and Mr*. Peter Matter IIr source said Wednesday .
atart the new year this week of Horizon !It. are entertaining Wellington Drive. Th Wag Hartley Ave, entertained Mr*. the Federal! Aviation Agency If
OTHER CtAVES Fllzaoeth: tlter MIa Hannah tier will vacation with their Ruth GUI of Tampa and ton.
has Issued a new national air
Fogelmin of Munry, PI.I guests for the next two week Bernice Wren of Jamestown, FRIERSON'S0TWMUIIVA
Other classes to follow Include port plan that recommend hell
visiting places of Interest In Ind, Put week
with Don Converse la flv* Florlds ctnea
Art. porta
I Mr. sot Mr*. T 1.. Btutdrvt Florida The Waiters are expecting
tlonal! Spanish I Mn Rote: < 'e returned to their home atHTJ Miss Geraldine WUllnson ofPontlae They would be at Tampa, Cap
Speech Drama and ;English Hartley Ave after pending Mri Elizabeth Knight and Mich, on Monday for Kennedy, Fort Lauderdale. Jacktoavlll !3N.. ... "tMHimiJtinc
David Homey: Science\ and Pay more than two month'" In High Mlu Mae Harding of Alexandria. a week VUit and Miami Beach
etiology! John Anderson,. Social! I
Studlet Mr. Hardln, and Healthful I
Florida Living Mr*. John
BIrd. Til*'popular fishing\ clau
win again be under the direction CERTIFICATE PRESENTED -Deltona fire chief is
of Mr. Nordmann* Bower arranging Randy Kaufmann, right, accepts the state charter for beauty only lie

alto win stab anew with the Deltona Fire Department from Gaston Bridges,
Mrs. James Went' and Mr*. Mee- sales manager for Deltona The certification of incorporation ,
da win teach mathematln Many was secured through the lwofficel of tht '
are'looking forward to the re- Mackle Brothers The fire association is seeking active .

tun ot the popular Robert Logan. firemen Applications may be obtained frqm Harvey ; beginning of wIwtcil :
with, another horttruttur clataMrt William .
C. Day. Ebbitt or J Stanley Gardner The department .. .
.. Edna Smiley\ showed currently is planning for the purchase of .
slides ef Adult Education classes additional life saving and firefighting equipment
to:ether' area'and the Deltona "
'Combo' entertained wrth muite I

for group ,singing, and dancing Balilmanns I ::
u well u for ttttenlng'pteairoreRefrethmenta EVENTS SET
were served' and

an agreed It wat,a good evening.. AT CENTER Give Report '

BoolonobileService On VacationDELTONA I
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Event to Mr.ied Mrt:: T. 1 .
Eyed be, held la the Community T Bahlmana ef IIS ChippendaleSt t I Il
Center this week includeSUNDAYS : recently returned from a IT
day vacation to.OIlrlC" and l;
For DeltonaDELTONA Park Ridge. tan, Milting rela 'SS CltaroM 1m fata Super Sport/ Coup I
U a.m.tJeltona ChrltHta lives and frlendt of Mrs, Ban
Church Sertei. mann who formerly lived u ,
Preparations art

tension lOW being,'of made tilt- Voluita for an early County ex MONDAY T:30 p.m. Pioneer dub !, Park Wall Chicago they were

Public Llhrariet\ bookmobile Social! NightTUESDAY ''. guests of Florida' Mackl Brot 63Clserrote t '
Inc Chicago Regional Otllndinner
arvie to Deltona. It wa reported I
David Kantor'Director reception at the Invttatioa
of LUrarle by 'for.tilt County a.m. Shop C2.... of A. L. Ml urelU. executive atalttaat -
Kantor Indicated that ur..C.mfll" *- 1:90 p.m.Deltoaa Combo.* Il'n.rallal.. maaager R
for adding the bookmobile S:45: p.nv Deltona Choral! fllt's' !
Group Thl was a very pleasant oecation ; too. nero also rubbed walnut. Em CberreVt'i i
tervtc totI1, new community I longer tower wider roomier, quieter and more foot .wn art "iu were being\ .discussed: with Churl Card Party. and Mr Bahlmana was handsomer. srnnkler' : kind of Chevrolet for curved side windows, fine new fabric and JeUmooth ride Is smoother, what's newt I ,J
McCarthy. Recreation Dlre<*stf WEDNESDAY: asked to give a brief talk about 65. Beneath its dean-hewn linen then a new instrument panel that's finished (in from behind the wheel) (who knows?) ycirA 1

and representative for MacklBrothen .> 1:30: p.m. Liquid Embroidery Deltona quetttoa and after and the anawr dinner dlacuaaloa aaopei mon shoulder room,more kg room up front the Impala series) with the look of hand could nt a bole new outlook oabfslff
th* community bufldert :
data i
!held The
wu mor taaa '
7:30 p,m. Homeowner 100 guettt displayed great J
When,the 'bookmobile service
Awodation.THURSDAY. ,
interest and nthutUum about '
b Initiated la th* new area over m ''f
their desire to became Delton j
700 Dainties reddeatt win b.* able :
retldentt. a
to.avail themselves of the Couqty S' ajn. Shop Oast : .,'
/* popular monde library.terv- 7:30: ,.m. Deltona Night ,' The return trip wit filled with e '

Ice tenant oa a u weekly wail at tchedule. ns!Wr't*Del ta. J'1UDA much Deltona anxiety because u ef they Hurrtcan seared T:1::1If'

T Tea-aub. I Dora laaldotta, Ga, It was
surroqading 'ar'IU will b* able .' \:1
contidered bert to atop pending \
to borrow u many at five books SATURDAYi .
I the action of tilt hurricane Th*
at a time with loan periods. up to 11 JO ajn. Deltoaa Cant aecnnd I boo decided tfay and com Mn lame Bahlmana nganOett -- J.,;. 3 3AW I IIt I IIr'r

I pra. Square Dean.wttw..saw.a. ef Dora and for fourknurl ] T i ,;

CollectorSets dose through tile eye of ,
th* tarric* M highway" 7) aa :;, "
experience" which win sever b,* J"
forgotten )

AddressDELTONA WelcomeTo riles their return .. Deftoaa. r" "d.'iI' .
Baalmaaa spent a week. la .. ;I :

Mrt. CbrnenaSmlta terved Miami. M till bu.....* where a* sub ; ,; <: I'
damaging evidence
CoIled Vohuia address Comity a mtetug Tax to Ir***, olUg aad property ta ./ Contir Corn Sport Coup o:, ,;;;
the Miami area tram hurricane
of aS horn owners ef Deltona :
CUo. By coraparlaoa, Daltoaa
of the caw
the auspice
Bam antler Owners Aaodattoa el Daltaaa Deltona : damage from Dora wa very ,

at tk* 'Coruuualty dub : BgM.
Route oa La** M III'M. ,...... J !63Corrafr1cIt's \
day.September JO. at.7 r jn.AH DELTONA New .residents : l
home owMBt ar* MM being welcomed to Dakota this FiMCHtC .
pmeat. chairma* ForreetBetpe week Include:

** said.Mr Mr. and Mr*. Arbor Berger.
*. hart romanS will todnd ft HortanaltAaM .
a eamprebetthw pretetitattoa Ibll.... Cl Wkippoor s raM IMII +t. iraMrer sVering surer riding (Independent' tuipentloa system, BM Corus-tm 144 bo band the. rtma
tt th* present County lAd wen T..,..,.*. stopping, Cattrr eomerwg roomier rbiiflg bluer sef! .adjusting brakes nwre rwponsrt BOO models. Where do you find out
,..>. tax tliuctuf* and th the vart-ills- Mr. and Mrt Lloyd Towig kind et Corrsir for 65. Beneath th* locker, s'Aennj and a wider road stance. Alto about all this firsthand Just 'follow the

tribaaoq ft UM taus.I\DIdI.* J3S.'Find am. wider.*. Body by Fisher,thert's swreter op ta 1M hp svailsbta la the new t your Chevrolet des!.?..
eut Mr aad Mn. NM Mytrs. UMr
taJIr'wiD N, angmeatwl
by Bar ckartt sad prtated tutemeatswtlek Wh' ewaod. sad 1a1e.Mrt. Attkny Wie.nMedd. CUll UNX-OOAi. 3/or. beauty to *t.-tk9 'OS CkectlU, Cherry U and Cone tit alto now ot your dealer9

'wffl lie dSatrftoted at die ITT Aornudy KvCPtMtmaaMrn -1:31nl : ,,- .
iBMttu. aJ a'qtiertoti aid .., .i'pd ...sirst
wffl to00w. her
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mark to wfekH all tk* ,ij( "' .
..... wiay,partdpat 'It/.I .\ '' fi t

D.f.s Tata aieertag bowswmwa wffl affard sa inert-the .WASBXCTOt...,. _Biw(APV-Tk 4 'I\IIrMIy.aX. i ' . ( IH1 HOLLER MlT.til'SALE, $ CO.; ;

fret to be llkreOtldy Ik* aoniaad*i tt Down L.
e 'd the buns wurktaetr Layer .rf Long Kay and Ma t- ISO SOOTH BOULEVARD DELAKD FLA. PHONE 7J4-3W1 ,
lid Cooler Jr. .( Oviedo u
loses are pndieaad sot L Wka.b nus awe
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k1 Study Cites Advantages Of ROT&tTb. I

I ernnor such training.than student', :. without,' I Elections Set I II

i In the world of big business, I ROME Premier AldoMoro's
iI I ROTC program at Stetson ROTC division, Office of Reserve student becoming an ambassador 28 per cent of a sampling of center.left government I
I Mi 290 men enrolled for tht new Component, The Pentagon, bas la three times greater If he college educated business has scheduled nationwide munk
rallef year, according: to Ma). released the Information from takes military training at college fives listed In "Who's Who" i Ipit election for NO22 In
Hewlett E. Ralner, Professor of Washington, D. C after several than if be does not earning between $100,000 and what Is expected to be a key ( ,
Military ScIence at Stetson University months of research and anatyili CO.-SGREKSMEN 1330,000 a year had ROTC train. I test of his coalition regime I II r 'd Ili
It covers the statlsticil ROTC Ten per cent of the membership lag This Indicates odd of six tp for --seeking- --a military-I
One hundred thirty.five of training at college. The four of the present U.S. Congresshas one In favor of the ROTC man career anyone, the advantages of ROTCare
these art new itudenti, freshmen I fields are US. ambassadorial had ROTC training These who wants to become a top obvious but the advantage
or traMfen. who are OB the service VS. Congress, state men the colonel said, stood. executive to those students pursuing civilian .
Stilton campus for the first governors, and business.Ma twice as good a chance of becoming Major Ralner attribute the occupations are sometimes ,
time, Cary L. Formet of Or ], Ralner laid the study reveals a congressman or a high degree of relationship between more difficult to pinpoint and
lando. U the cadet commanding that 15 per cent: of the senator as their less military ROTC training and I, understand
officer this year.A ambassadors, who last year represented minded classmates stood civilian success to leadership "The study shows," lie said,
strong relationship between I the United States A survey of the fifty states re and Idealism I' "that the college educated, trained
civilian success and military throughout the world, have had vealed that 24 per cent of the According to Maj. Raiser, one leader who his a sense .t
training In school has been re ROTC training Col. Evans indicated governor hat hid college military reason Col. Evans bad this study Idealism has a real advantageIn
vealed In a itudy conducted by that since approximatelyfive training. This would Indicate mad is to answer a question I life We believe that Army
j the Reserve Officer Training per cent of college students that the college student with frequently asked by college\ students ROTC makes a significant contribution
Corps, Ma). Italner said. I take Army ROTC, the statistical I ROTC training stands five times What good can military to the chance of success
Col. Robert r, Evans, chief, likelihood of any give college the chance: of becoming, a gnv- training do me?" He said that ."

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Legs or Thighs "W Sang Them All," a two- Th show, Including several son Room of the Stetson Union
DELAND hour musical featuring torn of popular area vocalist and musicians building.
America' best.loved songs, will will be sponsored by the I riHUC INVITED
Swift PremiumFRANKS be presented this week as a beat- Garden Quo of DeLand Inc. and The public 1* Invited to attend
fit for the Garden dub Center will be presented Wednesday and I and tickets, at U.50 for adults
''j'. GRAD[ "A" building fund Thursday nights at t In the Ste and 73 cents for children, will be
available at the door.
33 vocalists In the show
QUICK The five
t;.:> L. F LONG SEARCH OVERDeLand will be John Cornwell Betty
UOZIH Day, Jean Schuler, Johnnl
Winter add William Taylor.
$YIif S Frank Yakots will play the
Man Daughter piano; Billy Griffiths will be the
Ir41i1U01TOP narrator, and the production wul;
be directed by Bruce Griffiths,
director of Stetson' Stover Theater

POUND Apart For Two Decades FEATtBEOCAWn

All of the vocalist have been
featured In such recent Stetson

'We always Soon Will Be Reunited musicals"Th. King as and"South I," "Th Pacific BoyFriend ,"

say ," and "141 A b n e r. "
Yakots has served as accompanist
' "Thanh for business" for many of the musicals, .
ASTO* mmN . PURE' CONCORD your By IELEX COBLEftua she had heard that her father and Mrs Griffith has appeared .
Mew' Staff Writer was in DeLand. Was he alive? In several dramatic roles on the
Top Value Stamps William A. Tucker, DeLand, II I Did h* \live here? Ills name was Stover stage
j Grape Juice 6 s 99with counting the hours until Thurs William Tucker She left her The show tells of our American ..
day when he will be reunited telephone number Jones told her heritage In the musical comedy .
with t daughter h* hasn't sect that U her father \lived here, world beginning with a medley
of George M Cohen' compositions
In 20 years.for they'd find him.
CHEESE ., y two derides h* has been H* start" i making Inquiries and ending with songs
"1 4* 'f". I L ", > '"1' M rylng! to locate his two daugh- I and finally located him. from modern-day musical Selections -
5-1. ''j; ''''' i tars by a prior marriage. On his Jones called Tucker and gave from many of the
Spaghetti ; .' ,. birthday. Sept. II, one of them him her name and number, world greatest musical Win. be
..'I found him.Tucker I "I was so excited. I couldn't featured In the program
still cart believe that talk. I Just couldn't believe It,"
FANCY FRESH RED e h. Is going to see one of his Tucker said In an Interview this Sentence: 63 Years
?. daughters. She lives In Jack week. 'I called back right
t that 'In dditlon to finest dad vttun ono sonville. H* shakes his head in away" MINEOLA, NY. (AP>>) "- Ai
Tokay Grapes 2 u* 29"y"* service, you d. *rv* the bonus 6f Top disbelief as h* tells the story of H.. laid h* kept asking her, i Judge hal sentenced Bernard
: lump*. Top .., flnisUmp how they lost and then found "Are you really my daughter? Napoli, 21, \o serve a minimumof
:, y WqA bUg y/Y I each other. Tucker and his first What was your another's maiden U year In prison for peddling .
,;f"? "<< ',"', wife were divorced about 22 name? Who at* your4 grandparents narcotics, mostly to high
\ His former wife' ?" She knew all the
years ago. right school puplU f r!
parents were warded custodyof answer Acting Justice Aaroa 'P.: Goldstein -
the two little lit I. but Tucker BOTH TRIED of State Supreme Court
1 REGULAR 23* . POST TOASTIES went to see them reguarly even Me said they both cried while said as he imposed the sentence
after he remarried. speaking each other She told Friday: "My only regret If that
nm.DBFK GONE him that Carolyn, the other sister the State Legislature hat ao far
Cereal. '4'PK 15 Twenty years ago at Christmastime Is married has children and failed to prescribe the death
h* went far his usual visit Is living In Wisconsin. She said penalty lor this dastardly
with the children at their grand that for years they had tried to crime, which U worse than
RED JONATHAN REGULAR 39 . CRACK IN' GOOD JUMBO parents' home In Georgia The find him. She didn't say how she murder
CHOCOLATE rifts h* carried were never delivered learned h* might be la DeLand. Police said Napoll hid moved
The children were gon "I'm a !grandfather," Tucker from to Farmlngdxl,
BOXES Brooklyn
.p Ie Iees IANANA ,3 $1 aid no one would tell him wbere.Th said proudly. "Betty has two
build narcotics
APPLES NY, to up a
OF 12 '
DlYILS 'OOD. years went by but h* little bo>'*. W. ,* going up for trade In the New York City
could not find them Registered a reunion to her home Wednesday
suburbs Lanllsland.
REGULAR 23e . DIXIE DARLING' WHOLE WHEAT 1 letter and gifts were returned. She fay 'Daddy, you on
H* heard his former wife had wouldn't know me now! But I
remarried and moved away, but believe I will. I have a picture of
5 ::; 49; Bread 16-ea. PKG. 191 he did not know her sane orwhereabout her In my mind.'* % Earned
*. Tucker, a custodian at Stetson On Youi
He and Mrs. Tucker have line University, la hoping that It I 6
IInIDfa. llt/Ql REGULAR 4?. . LITTLE DEBBIE children but he could not forget won't be too long before h* and Monty
the twe h* last saw when they both his daughter till have a
., IDK Slgl
were five and six year old. reunion.
: 39 O* Sept. 14 tile sheriff office But right now, he's counting /beat -
Delights PKG f received a rail from Jackson th* hour until he goes to Jacksonville 734-
41& ville. Mrs. Betty Wester told for a Joyous reunion OSSS
radio operator Mania Joules that with ''Betty

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r Marks 25th Anniversary
L' YORK (AP) Th pet audience, pressed a linger why I never volunteered for THEATKB
frets of Broadway are the foot, I against his note and eloquently anything the army." Today through Wednesday -
the fluff and the howl. nodded. Every actor no matter how "A Shot In the Dark" with Peter
Llttla Imp of assorted mil- I Tom Poston capitalized en experienced\ can know the Seller. Elk Sommer Feature I'' BT JAMES BACON of the famed birthplace of
chance that can pop Into a another sneeze in different panic of abruptly blanking out It i, 1:01.: 3::14, 7 21 I:3. I AP Mevle-TeJevWMi Writer I American footbalL H* also wa
"performance at any moment. I fashion during "Come Blow on dialogue It happened to HOLLYWOOD (AP If a champion boxer He studied
they test players turn stage Your Horn" He had Just finIshed Mary Martin once during "The i Thursday through Saturday Hollywood has a first family, law and passed hla bar examination .
I "Wild and Wonderful with Tony
manages grey, regal au i a long comic telephone Sound of Muatc:' while abs wasreciting Kaufman. Fen "s got to be the Nelson now .
Cuts, ChriMine
diences. conversation when the front-row in Austrian accents the celebrating 25 years In radio I 1\"F.ft: rRAmnn
tun at 1:33. 3:33.J:33. T.33 1.31BOI : I
Among such perQa u a forgotten explosion occurred. It stunned name of all her stage children. I t movie and television r But h* never practiced be-
line. a lout prop or a the audience but not Tom. He "Suddenly, 1 couldn't remember I 'UC\',UtII I tide Harriet David andI cause a band h* had formed ia
Jittery colleague spectator quickly picked up the phone and the next name, started to DRIVE IN THEATER t I I Rick: and their brood have spent college became so successful
antics rat with some players as said "God Bless You." flounder and there went my I 21 of those yean aa a family that It wouldn't let him.'My .
the highest hazard of all. Martin Sheen proved equal to carefully-.rehearsed pronuncia Today through Tuesday At I show on radio and television law degree taught me
Robert Preston wu In the crisis when a can of beer ge>'s- lion" she laughed later "Theo 7, 11, "The Moon-SplnnPf'l" with I There's. no end In alght. how to read a contract,
midst of a tricky bit of plot end u he opened It In "Th din Bike was atartled to hearth Hy try Mill. At 120. "Ser I ",.. long as David and Rick though comments Onde.A .
development one night In 'No Subject Was Roses." Portraying next thing that cam out of geanti Three" with Frank SI keep giving us pretty grandchildren. the Ocde Nelson banal
. body, Loves an Albatross" whena a GI Just returned home, Sheen me 'What ah mean la' la natra ." says Ox, "there will became one of the same band
'restieai pewholder1 shouted: adllbbed: "Now )'011Broad'ay'lI111bllly'can see my pure native Texas tones..," Wednesday, Thursday At always be a Nelson show" of the Thirties, the leader mar.
'Sing 78 trombones" a number --- - 7, 10,51. ''K1D, of the Roaring Davids wife, actress Juno rled hla pretty girl vocalist -
Bob made famous In The Music 20s' with David Jan._. At I,Ob, Blair, has been a mainstay of Harriet Milliard.
Man." Donovan's Reel" with John the Nelson television show for In ISM. the band cam to
BIG UUGH Wayne several years Hollywood to play on the Z tit
"Covering that one was TO BrTOMK!: RKGILARNow Fewer and! Red Shelton radio
easy," Preston recall "My 4r.. Friday, Saturday-At 7. 11:M, ATHENS SATIRE-In Blake Edwards' "A Shot In Rlrk'a wife, blonde Kris show, Both of them acted ta
next line of dialogue In the "A Hard Day'a Mghf with Th the Dark" playing today throualWtdnHd.y at the: Un ]Harmon la to become a movie and Harriet burn of as
script was 'All right I tell you Beatlr At 147.: "CheckeredFlag" Athens Theater through United Artists release Peter regularee, acting family, !had quit a movie '
with E King At 1037: ,
what we're gonna do, and I Apache Warrior" with J, Davis. Sellers plays a bumbling policeman. like Sommer stars "\\ got a lot of scripts this career going for her.
don want any Interruptions" IteM u the murdering maid in thU Mirisch Corp. presentation year featuring Rick and Kris." Then "The Adventures el
one helluva laugh In color by Deluxe and Panavliion. says Onle "Well work the Onle and Harriet went en
The ability to grab adversity __ _. ___ __h__ grandchildren, too." radio She's bad steady acting
and adapt It into the planned work every week since.
David and June have
action has been displayed by ; JACOBYOn Socialite OfC.Uroathuy Rick and Kris have a daughter a son. Ogle betide starring, aiM
writes, direct and produce the
performers.On "
many I NEW: YORK (API One of 'And. of course. adda Oasis, show
an opening night, Shirley
off Broadway's busiest women "Harriet and I are always
Booth knocked a bowl of grapes Bridge available.
ia Mrs Samuel P Peabody,
off a table, and the dislodged\ Ii Socialite of tadl-: The Nekona are aa unusual 'Perfume Helps'HOLLYWOOD
prop rolled about for several colt Peabody, the governor of show business family, No Iran.dais .
minutes diverting audience By MWALD JACOBYNtwipaese Massachusetts no divorcee, no lurid headline (AP) Olivia
attention. Then she got her A e laUrtctse As s. Mrs. Peabody and three part *. And all completely down- I i de Havffland\ say perfume
chance to recoup the goof. Men manage the Writer Stag to-earth, real people I !helps her get late the mood for
Greeting another player who Moan MAITS Company, which recently produced la person they are much aa I her movie role*. She wes a
had Just entered Ml s Booth two loneara one-set they seem on television( wick I different type for each type of
delivered her proper line: BOULEVARD SUSPENSE MYSTERY Co-it anHsyley VlOtlAQltl plays, "Victim of Duty" and one exception tallI\ no patsy.If role, spraying It on before take
"Would you like something to Mills and Peter McEnery add youth, looks and 'Th* New Tenant. On the Hollywood has an authentic and also saturating her dressing
drink coffee or a whisky'" I talent to Walt Disney's first suspense-mystery, "The ITIWtST agenda for next season I* a genius, It* OzzleII room with it.Currently .
Without the slighted! pause, she I Moon-Spinners. playing today through Tuesday at the IAIT play by David Raj'fid, whose Is a man who bas excelled I tow "Huah . Itush.
then glanced down at the fallen Boulevard Drive-In Theater. Ell Wallach and Pol. AKQI AAI04IIVTS "PS ft)"' was produced In IN In everything h* ever tried !Sweet Charlotte." she MM Ma
Crapes and added: "If you want Negri also star in the Technicolor feature released by VII4IT4 414114MI4I by the same company Including the Job of being a good Griff My a...
to wait a few minutes there'11 Buena Vista "AIOtml Mrs. Peabody explains her father I This help create aa aura *f
be some win," show business activity! At 13, Dole was the youngest evil, makea me alalater," tajs
WRONG 8HIKT The effect on dramatic suspense Actor Recalls AJIVAKQJ1. la the theaters creative Stale*. I 'Sometime It even makea me
waa dlarUpUwbell a XJKQJ19 procedure I enjoy organizational At Rutgeia. h. was on* of tilt Bury around my friend I
wrong shirt turned up for Hart NEW YORK (AP) Jennifer woik. best quarterbacks In the history teal so evU."

BuchhoU during aa onstage West, who cans herself a 39earold Career's Both. vulnerable
costum: change in 'Cherl." >' hillbilly from Fort Film Stalk West Ntrtkj East .TAXING A IlST-Th
. The young German actor wu Smith Ark., has been chosen to IV Pass 1N.T. Pas !beautiful Carol Lynley Is
supposed to pull on a long.tailed portray Eva Peron la till upcoming S Pass 35 Psss unemployed a condition of
garment that kept him modestly Lowest Ebb'By 3 Pas 4 V Fu her own ChOleti giving her
covered as he removed pajamas. Broadway drama, "Dia PIM PawOpening a chine Ie with her

That matinee however, mond Orchid" BOB THOMAS \ lead-*1C. young daughter, buy antiques,,,. r'' nrrwwli
the laundry had gotten mixed It will be the first Whit Way AP Movl-Ttovlalaa Writer and just plain loaf.
up, and Buchholz suddenly assignment of the actress who HOLLYWOOD (AP Two Carol bat Just filmed ThePleasure
found It to reach for a North might well have to Seekers" in Spain d
necessary won glowing notices In off years ago Aldo Ray returned gone i I II'1
straw hat In the Interest of Broadway's Dutchman," and from making a movie hi Italy to thre heart Instead of trying
decorum. who la alternating also with Bar. flad his career at ka lowe. ebb. three diamond as his second .
The audience, demurely bara LodM to "After till Fall. "The Jobs ]ut werent earning bid but the final contract wool* Ben Sellers .
edate during the contretemps' ," recalled Aldo, who had hays been the acme four 1 The full-screen
broke Into howl of laughter as In starred la top film lIke "The heart
the seen ended and stm.flustered Hlngle ComedyNEW Marrying\ Kind," 'Miss Sadie Four hearts Is cite of thai i nciTioN
BuchhoU delivered the YORK (AP Comedy Thompson" "Battle Cry" and hum-drum, everyday contract. CAVPT Bouik.r sad H.ff... I II
prescribed exit line "W.')) next claims till attention of actor "CM Little Acre." that we run into every time we : *+YluMlncnr M r ,I.TH. I. a
have to do this again some Pat HlngU, 'bON two latest Hla resources were dwindling play bridge. South has two T..II. apt t'0L1'were' .Cara La l'an.'It PiOM rectangular I
tIJU." Broadway workouts have batrenuouily He had to borrow on his insurance spade losers and one club loser .lill.IA'C viol.,
'COICHS ARE CHALLENGE dramatic! assign- to pay the taxes on some with normal distribution of the I THIO i-hlnriMw HWTOK' t>r )\'ITIV An-. iff ;
Cough! and other symptomsof meats la "Strsng Interlude"and property be had bought hi Cucu- defender' cards and on happy ; THIN m.rnw MAOtn *t.wtr .
respiratory ailment or sheer "Blue for Miner Charlie." monga. His British wife waaexpecting days he would probably be I CONVKVTION'' k, restleuness are a common Illogic 1* to enact a taxi driver a baby claiming lilt contract very early gave TWICI ,.... it in I

challenge to troupers.Oiarli in "A Girl Could Get Lucky," a TOOK STOCK: la tile proceedings. "frfilTlSsi"THU ....,'.. .
Buggies Improvised\ two-performer play la which his Aldo took fork of his situs- nit day turned out to !be a \ te.IMn. 1 t
swiftly at the premiere of Roar vis,a.via k to be Betty Oarrett. tlon. For one thing, h* was fat.Th miserable* foe South. West "--0';;';;'."
Like a Do\," when a sneeze It ia to be directed' bv the Italian film had taken him made his annual opening lead wARLnw ""iii.. ...,
exploded across the footlights.H author, Don Appell. for bow at to the land of his forebears, and of th* spade king, and Fast -- Win I\VIII, .n* HAM a 00'I'UI1IIXT
looked sagely toward the the Cart la September, he had partaken of all th. vino, proceeded to think the situationover A MOVBUMI.B: LAS M.*.
-- -- -w _. _ pasta and bread hla relattv for awhile The drfenM A irVTiVfT' TO JOHV r, asu.etlr .
had pressed oa htm. needed lour trick and two ..Ii'r,rr ..: :*,' e
When he flew home, he could Pont Kaye .I9, Amatt
spoor*, one club and a club ruff .", ii.. ",.a-
find only one pair of stretchable would\ total fourTherefor Tilt: KKI: I WIT' tAKixniri \I.r
I pints that would lit. H. badbeU.d *, East overtook his ""'''":'TYl1I.' 'i iiii'' I. rI i'r.o/llol: aoDiruiMAT .

f to 280 pound partners king of spade with I A n9 '
Aldo I* a lifelong lover ef h cubed his era L..
his ace. Then CMmifc (t HLACK; Ann WHITSITHaj ,
food and although it was aevera of dubs and put his partner to lit,..."..." ilJff."I"<....
problem he belted the booze ITo\I.UIC'! ..r.IM
with!! a spade.
pretty well too. tie restated '' >,
little thought en \ i
when It took very i 1I0llorrd l
agents urged him to diet. West' part to place a club on Producer .
lit, !(Y it aWb1pglJl;l Aldo also examined his behave the table! and another laydowa I. .r
I4)Aut ) aa aa actor, WALTIIAM, Mau. (AP -
tb. dust
"In a certain sense, I bada't game had bit __ Broadway producer Cheryl
{ T CALKINS ELECTRIC been professtonaL" he re- beta sine lie was 1151.4 tram I Crawford 1* the recipient of the !
marked. "Toa see, I've always the Ualvenrtty of California annual Bra nor Is. Ualvenlty
been a natural actor. I "creative award"
dint campus t* play a football playerin art .
show a lot In rehearsals, but \ 'Saturday Hero As part The HtatkM honor .her. for ,
when that camera I* en me, of the diet, he knocked off the a lifetime *t dlctlagulahedachievement.
something happens booze.Sfquell. .''
"So I would always be kidding pearing hi his first ywod 't1I'
arowtdoo sets said the scene movie' la eight years. playing BOULEVARD
TWLBVliBIOlMwHh began; then I would be an Dualness. the:: atepfether who start Car- I I 4rktedd
A lot of people dl Jt't understand rod Baker e* a life o< sta.laSylvia. MMVMNTMAnfe ,;
All-Channel Tuning this They started to ." He has also played recently IICKIOJA-C.w..gor..t may
uy. 'Oil. AJdo Ia I a goof.ff' la "Bonanza" aad tile "'IINI\esksised$1&t
As his aart continued la Bob Hop show and. \la dickering: Twhht II n.II", Ti JT *" .e* DA/MMI274s .
HIGH plummet he decided le take lor hi'* own series. Oef I* A ....ltl ..- .h pat**M.wkq. * S'
iOPP action lie put himself under adonGr' On) ye, half of that Cucamnn- prldree Dadra 1wI 4 t tIt's
y rare for a crash. diet ga property h* Sought lor WO.. ) .
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I 45-13 Senate Vote Okays Appalachian Aid Measure Manatee Highway plowed County Patrol Into said school the an rear bus automobile of Fri.a

day seriously injuring the driver .
of the car.
There were no students aboard
WASHINGTON (AP) The an an-out fight against It and economic opportunity the chief poverty act recently signed Into !$e bus but ,the Highway Patrol
administration bUl to boost the hope for support from Southern one being a five-year, $840 mil law add about a dozen youngster
economy of the 11,Mite Appalachlan Democrats. lion highway construction program Th* states Involved are VJr were standing beside the road
region i has breezed: ARIETT OF PLUS gifts West Virginia, Alabama, waiting to board

through the Senate but lace The bill links together a \arle I Another 12202 million la an Georgia) Kentucky Mainland, The patrol said the car d,' /en'
Utter opposition in the House. North Carolina, South tt
ty of program deslguM to open i by Olive Noyer of Route Palmetto
Still, House leaders, who thorlzed for two years to 1m Ohio Pennsylvania and Tennes. struck the bus which had
'called off a scheduled vote on WASHINGTON (AP-) Both prove health education and ace stopped on II S 301 one mile
the $106.billion measure three. of Florida Senator, Spe-I sewage facilities. and encourage The Senate had only 58 mem east of Palmetto! to pick up passengers ,
weeks ago are confident of urd Holland and George increased use of Appalachia'swater ben on band Friday-Just seven She apparently failed to ,
pauag if all supporters show Smather" tried with the majority timber and coal ra over a quorum For passage see the bun, the officer said
"p. Friday 111 panning tINt sources were 32 Democrats and 13 Republican The Mover car waa demolished
The bill a cornerstone of billion Apalarhla an* de 'I Opponents of the bill charge It *, Opposed were. eight\ and she was taken to a Braden!'
President Johnson announced ( bill The 1011 was taxes other poor regions for th* Republicans and five Democrats ton hospital with a broken arm
'war poverty." paa.ed the 1,1.IS. benefit of one area and that It I Including Virginia Harry lacerations and other Injuries
Senate Friday by a 4513 vote, I duplicate existing program, F Byrd\ and A. Willis Robertson The bus war able to continue on
House Republicans have vowed highland region to greater particularly the big new antl Its route


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MGRE end Skillman, is shown chatting with,' Lt CoL Albert B. Powell, commander of the
TIER BRANDS 1 Tg IONIr'S / 9325th Air Force Reserve Recovery Squadron. The reserve unit, with headquarters

k 10RE SATISFA at DeLand's airport, honored city and Vclusia County officials last week at a community

vAi E relations dinner. (Sun News Photo by BUhop)
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FOODF DaLands member organizIng selection of a board of directors; :LET tS RE-HA\DLJt
committee of the United officers Including president vice II FIERSON: TOtTB SlPPLr TOOLS CO;
Fund will hold its Initial public president, secretary, treasurerand
meeting in the Florida Power the executive committee Paying Materials
Lounge on Tuesday at 7-30 p.m. Two chairmen also will be ap
The committee Invites attend. pointed for budget and admisalona TmtO' of |.tttn( i uek? shill for

once by everyone Interested la public Information and AatetdarldsyPbr w. 141 R..11H.Moultoa..
learning how a United Fund operates campaign committees
IR and In such John T .
A organizing a Cannon the Commit.
LB unit In this area. tee announce, has accepted appointment AnnouncementsDRCSIMAKIN4
Smooth organization and sound as a director Others
planning enable a United Fundto who have accepted appointments! I FMnuels. I
b LIMIT help many different groups to the board are Amos Barnard,
during a single" annual snl'cltatlon the Rev,. Charles ,Jacobson, and general altarrtlnna. .
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Sfti A PLUS "It' reduces materially the George Fleugel and A. H. Caede, ..PYI... PII.Dra". "7J4.at44.P r a el V.

tee svcea aiAYFAIR PRISH TASTY number. of calla made upon real The,meeting will b*. open to COM A GOOD HAMBUKOIB. P
dents; a spokesman for the questions and an interested rest LIKE IT -
CREAM, Committee pointed out,'" and It dent are urged to attend. Cot KJJtl: DO xLowman' L 6R RJJU
avoids unnecessary duplication fee will' be lerved.Action Restaurant .
N and overlapping of effort. 1M V. FLORIDA AVI!, r
: Jiut tft Adion Than
CHEESE With United in
G. a Fund plan FRED: LOWMANVRroom >
e operation smaller'number 'of Asked .SAY AWAY TOVa CHRISTMAS
volunteers' Is required and records GTJ'T' TODAr. IT"1 EUIE&
[ and accounting are central Tire W A T. LEI I'ERa.&Uo,
(zed and simplified Past 'experienc Over Crimes .
Trtcyclaa, br
,BLUE RI BOH QUALITY LEAH FRESHLYGR.BEEF5 shows that the United DaLand Hardirara Co '
t' a : Fund plan help every part of lit V. fI''.". Phona n4- t1tl.
the community it serves.' ST. PETERSBURG (AP) DID YOU KNOW Oraaa <3uiUSr
Organization plans call for the Asst Ally Gen Ralph Odum tlarkat Dalleat..iari. US B.
$ church St. ku CHILI n. M...
ha called for general npgrad ,
F in law ayaIT'S
log enforcement Florida
Las 5arry ,Gives and proposed a state crime SOONER
commission to play a leading THAN YOU THINK!
rot*. MAKS your' flna sift MlMtiaa
fir nmarmai now .
Budget ViewNEW la a talk Friday to the South 1'M' : OtR LAYAWAY FLAN".!'
era Institute' of Law Enforcement TEDFORD JEWELERS
Officers the state official tee z..w Turk. Aa D.Lani'Phen.
YORK AP) Sen. said that there T14.4.'
w.' BRAVO SOUTH AMERICAN IIMIT-J WITH $2.50.000 O DW Barry Coldwater says the federal \ the state was about concernthroughout Increate ETPERT: : : 'WATCH REPAIRING
should be YOU CHU1CM er OMOUP
budget balanced eaji
la crime and lawlessnessand 15*to and
but adds "Th question of bal. that there was need to fan ruM Hav to "'.man........ auy aach and wUi
andng the budaet'nerd not be >nltw. T S"r wckat my
move quickly. In V.IT, th > ruriwmM
*n Carol
linked with, an arbitrary period He said Ttblapklni, .554 fnr r urtrtuirr
the aeven member" !
Corned Beef 2 79 of time" A" m :; n*>4td, Ms
& < commission he proposed should SaniiUi. Anna W.O.l Dist.
The statement by candidate the Republl have authority to continuouslystudy UlAn, L.nrhhirt' Va
can presidential was
{ a taw enforcement problems VISIT our JIBW!: Lncatloa at 4'5
la td of .series'of N. BLVT
answer one a Sums QuaUty Javatry
.' ,submitted Business establish minimum standards a.m.. at tile Sana. Raaaoaabla .
FYNE-TEX LIMIT-I WITH row ORDER question by for law officers la agencies fnr. tCONNELL
Week 'Ooldwater'lrepll
magazine & COX
which ask for and get sta'
a. wr published ,In a matching funds, and, work for .
; PLSxALuM .
article bt the
copyrighted Sept. Improved techniques,' particularly swtOM ..ado dnseamOW5'ri

F' ; Bleach QUART PLASTIC, BOTTLE 10' :2 IS The Isiue.budget' problem'of govemment la MONET riot controt"XEEDED; ; UI a e.a 114-111I

lit 1 anme ways parallel
t . . . . . those confronting a business The agency'' should have at 91'' r4 a Cacktali
least 110 minion to start with
executive. CMdwater said, adding '
BESSIE LEE CHOCOLATE OR BANANA : What It mast do Is the local agencies 011'a matchIng UlYCATIJ!:
fallow 1i steady and dependablepolicy ''TO Tom PLLLtnll
basis Odum aaid O.e Sam. to U mdnl.t1
settingits IpI'ndlnr'al1ll pro-
More important than the cost ISM N. SnnUTaH.Mart Pheee 114.51x1
and tax rates so that thllbudrt '

Jumbo Pies 3 17S poI the economy will be Is in prosperous balance" when and of crime,of he decency add "is and the domes'preservatton . . to VIM

prices are stable.Expansionary tic tranquility. In'thn state and WHATABURGERobedienc
: and,Inflations. .nation.-4 MOW
stallion RntAsvsi
ry that point then Th. burden of preferring tile ".,! U lft1"nl.
I oiton n.nsi ht-
AD9R CiOa BY OLD win produce surpluses while peace lie*'not Just with the enforcement ,,
recessionary and deflationary officer I but with the *: to laws"'i.b.* said.
forces may product shortlived ordinary'atlas: a* well,' Odum "Much of oar crime and delinquency
lady Fmr deficits I add 'can,b* traced ,to'cMa
Pork&Becrns & 5 'Th8. ,will\ ,balanc 'out overa I It U most Important to rvaliM' Immaturity, and bresponilbiflty -.

: ,, reasonably .short period Intact I "'that our freedoms rest upon .-

//ft. It ,ia pnaalhl got only to

FIlCi... ....nne OA&ED keep the debt ,front rising. but A_ to PwwM. Ponca
DELUXE FROZEN 4 actually to reduce' : it." I About Girls I IAC1I08I

APPLE: PIE WAFFLES io n Faiwy Redeye'Missile 1 UIIIt- ' noon".........-,.

Gets 'Black Eye'CHINA 4srkalsr- :=......
GoldenEifeBANANAS ... .. Is OMMn.M1.Archdress
LAKE. Calif. AP) Ueae..S

Th Army much '. dI.acuMtd 14 Iada..... 'u us.....eusda
r Redey missile got somewhat ..11II_
of a black eye ThundayTh I/TersM 1tZ'.1t
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shoulder ftred. four.footrocbt. IS SfliinariatUaaawwC Draaaia.ia( flliaM ,,41CMFaattWM
deigned to let loot--tal.; SJ-La apBia" !
diem knock does tow f lag a- llVr..sssbw 4MM . :::: 44Inte''
tb/fait14w11 Mhapeetl.l
1 craft hit a tow Oyteg betlcapta 4MiaiDvt iut
zeap.erb.W '
but missed a fast jet fighter. .l blp nt| i nl lCanManJSOaaaaautals :=r lb.ht1Au.eal
then hat a' shun target drone ** tfCari'taaiM ....... ......
''fRDaI STtCK i IS 0. only 011 tile third try. I = 11 f6 118 II
251 . .
AH three targets '"r* tanuuuted I If ";
and rstdto-cootrnOed' == '-. '.

hEAP 245t But ebNnIn tram 10 NATO H wreatkeg.MoeK 1"1 1II /
countrlr said they war' not, r.+ar .
10 disappointed at th* naval *>rdnance ashrta7Gi.rr .
test tutee demowtra I
LBFRESH boa of tile mia* li that Con .t:1IIq IZ1 1112 AI
1T'fII.... refused\ to proMd ds ihldsstaddiPtowa 46 .tr: .loCl III II

......... I ( mor fund for, I .u
t.j t. TIle Army rifled tIt .M( := cstkM II

.1 agamat tte S3S earner. H *uecwaful P.rtal.tae M I
j PMg aaTr1A even tfeMgh tb* mia =C--' 1IirUUob. i12
'''I; 51 a k GREEN si}.'. aett. ecUag "ry.- tailed II CMtIe ... '" ., g.-. I
lr U. swrlMw.M to zero te on tile pisses q. .. .
u IatILLAT kaust.Th. .a .s. ' .J CUCUMKRS \* Jet WIt trsvelinf at ab out ss44PhsyIwrpMu"G.iw... D .. ,.. IN.

!n+ ISO n.p-a, at aa akltud ef LXNtut : N
'mora than tae tiled Inn :; .w:; ill .
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i -: DeUnd High School win hold!
I "College Nlghf oa Oct. I far
I II II all student planning to enter
I,H, I t college'
I ;W; Reprtseatatlvu from 12 coI-
I loges and the United States Air

3 I .. Force Academy will be at DM
... from T J.m. to 140: p.m. to talk
with student aid parent
? I ; Repreasntatlvei will appeal

t k I, ... .. l1" , .f: ", ,. from Stetson University, Dayton
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ot Florida Jonas Bull
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Rich Ltt, DtLaad . Meaty McG. DtLton Springs Southern Many BuslBMt Col.I.
Ire and Technics Institute
s r f University of South Florida Flan

WccU Observed ,, (da PresbyterUa College Florida
Special I State University, and Tampa
Business Ualvtntty and Tech
rj4a r- i ntcal Institute.
The open hnuie win be divided
r Into three sessions' to parent
4-H Offers VarietyOf find students ran confer with

".. representative from three colleges
1 John T. Anderson eoua-
4 ....c-;.-.,-.;;:. ::4: crier, announced. Time schedule
4.H CLUB SEWERS FROM DEBARVMllsni are from T to 7:30 p.m,; !rem
DEBARY 4.H'er COOKING JELLY Crswiord. . Laura Tnurssm T35: : to I,05 p.m.: and 1.10 to I:40

Maureen Sweeney . DebbiePotter Youth pm.
Programs Counselor fmm the
Two Men Lose Lives are anxious to answer all questions .
Nil 17 DttAND (fflOMDA) SUN NEWS SUNDAY,SEPT.27, "4'Shuffle' Navy They win tutttnt entrance

requirement\ mti. the colltgej
have been - ", ". .
Until recently you'd r .rrr" within the universities, work pportunltlei .
right In defining IH dub work a. In rarVous
Suit ichnUrsalp
CUBA COWS as learning farmlnf and !home- V l lt As Boom Smashes Boat icidemle fields and baste!
tnformttlnn aLeut their campus-
Rut today 4 H club boys and i Students and
H. parents art
Before Court MAY CEASE girls receive "0" the Job" trainIng urged to present any ipeeUM
not only In the e fields but .
JAOCSONVTLLT APTwo wster filled pmtooni u4 were question
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The CHEWING CUDS! In mAny other of National IH Navy men' 'were killed and two wilting for the crane to lift Anderson recommends tilt
big'city lawsuit to block a vote In observance 1 more Injured Friday when the them wit of the water The 90- sophomores and Jualnrl aIM at.
by the people en the 43.Sfn.ltlr. Club Week Sept 26 Oct. J, we boom of a floating Representative reapportion- MIAMI AP) Cuban II asked.' a few questions..... of the Load I Hcluh. i and smashed Into a boat : the top part crashing! on to the learn the requirements of thtcolleges
meat amendment wu laid before cattle may be spared the 101'1I11I'Id. Larry load of. men working on hurricane ..' boat la which they are t b
bother of chewing their 1 "!lit!, assistant county agrlculture ,
Court I II tereeted.
the Florida Supreme damage.Twin The men were from the crew
1 cuds under Fidel Castro'srevnlufnn agent, and Joan Stewart
yesterday. ;' I anslMsnt home demonstration I other men m the Host of tht Deatroyer Tend. Yellow-
There was no Indication (If' Havana Radio said Saturday tent. Jumped to safety In the water stone. MEMO.
when; the court might: rule, but the prime minister in* MKMBFIMAnd when they saw' the boom, drop .
It la expected to be promptly ping Cancer Unit
has announced' the development we learned that the approximately
because the referendum will beheld of "a new ..ond1f.1I' 300 member In i, Tht Navy Identified one of the
In 40 days deed is 36.year eid!< Gerard P.
Juice-which JSmlth., of Tampa, arguing ot ground up Fan countywide activities la the pro- Harrison a Petty Officer le. Slates Meet
the cant for St. Petersburg gels." ram which this year I* stressIng who lived In Mayport. 0
Mayor Herman Goldner, told Psngola Is ,the name of leadership and citizenship The Identity of the 'filii.'Ie. George P. DaureUt Jr. MD,
the court that a referendum a tropical grass which ban developments .Mm was withheld pending notification head of radiology of till Florida
., would be a useless waite of been used In conjunction The local 4 H program Includes nf. his family. Sanitarium and Hospital since
money because the Federal with 'mlll..... for livestock club meetings recreation project ). I The two injured were MenH- 1M1 wiD he guest speaker' at
Court already had ruled against feed.Havana work attending fain and Lt-- I fled! as Petty Officer 1.e.; AlfredE the annual dinner meeting ot the
aa almost identical plan. Radio's ""'-It. camp taking tours, and earning : PsuUen. 34. and Shlpfltter West Volusla Valt of till Amert- PJ.c4.u. sU:
. PLAN REJECTEDThe cent monitored In Miami. awards well ai ribbons medals Jc. Tommy J. Healing. 31 A cam Cancer loclery.
Federal Court last June said Castro had returned trips and scholarship CIRCUIT-TESTER DEMONSTRATION Navy tpoketmai said Keeling J. D. McLsod PD. president' ,
threw out the Senator.. 112ftepreseatativt from his second recent was la critical condition. will preside ever the meeting,,
Special emphaitt In being 1 Olson DtLton
. by Tommy / SpringsThe .
plan that wasset vinlt to a model dairy home and The men were members ot a which ...mIe/ held at T J>m. .1
placed on communityprojects
up by law. This was the law farm he sponsors.on such at home Improvement team working M repair beeriie. Tuesday; Sept 25. it till FirstPresbyterlsH
under which the current Legislature utincation ot home girls study and Stewart' pointed I\It. and Interested and bulkheads damaged by Hurries Church. \'
operates. But the court grounds public speaking and strata In homemaking persons will be trained lathe ne Dm'a. A special\ guett ,t the meeting In I..W7140S00.. \ ; .
didn't rule on the proposed constitutions homemaking projects, and. of Including making and djOfMft'l work The divert had 'Just finished will be Ralph Brant field representattvt -
tilt proposal. It could be
their rlothtsg Countywide tfttal.IJ' trtra
amendment OWl membership placing tome rshlt tUtgt tt Tampa.
placed before them later If by coupe, agriculture.FARM meals and. Judging events.In no la ST clubs I*
Circuit Judge Hugh Taylor refused WORK:
some chance the U.s. Supreme
Florida? there art ablllrtl n.M
the past the 'groups met ; ,
to block the referendum
Court might reverse Itself and Bny* In the program have an members and la tilt M., states
during school hours the
ea the proposal, saying that the hold the plan. constitutional, lie opportunity to study and prac- / but and'rum. Rico about! two poll.lion .. .
people were entitled to the vote said. tire firming techniques and aim membership. now grow to 1ftIIftfMon. 'lii ;', "!I .. I \ . I" l
surd an extent that
la .appealing: the decision.! "But as a practical matter how to judge livestock IncludIng held after school. meetings art A major local and n.tlonala1m
Smith said that the voters would there Is no pnisihlllty that his dairy cattle and. vegetablesand 1-MMF.R: CAMP of ibis year's 4 H Week observance
lest nothing! if they can't ballot cane will be reversed" land. will be; to recognize the
Highlight of the ta theene
year :30th anniversary '"f the Cooperative
week at
Extension' Service of which
Camp MrQuirrte held In June I
the 4 H youth program 1s a slgBlflrsnt -
for those meeting requirements
such, as completing a specified In 1)14.part whet the Smith Lever
itumher of and exhibiting
from. projects
. I Act author!?*) the Extension
sufficient Interest la club
activities.. ,100 ttarvtct, the same federal legis' ,I Ilatlon
Approximately '
provldexl funds for 4H
boys aid girls attended last Jeer: Club wok. For this reason, 4 HallO
Only! requirements' for Joiningone I
celebrates' a Golden Anniversary
THE ABMSmtM, WOULD 01INTKRIOR of the t H club art that ,
w the prospective member be, u
least 10 years old and )have a heart 'Sub' Seen
DKSKiN genuine Interest la the clubs'
work and slots.ND AMSTERDAM The Netherlands .
Dt'U UP) The US. physi-
And ft I one orgsnlzitioa that clan who developed, flue arttflctal I
requires M dues kidney predicts n artificial .
nil yearn programs Ire Just hears may soon bt avsllsble for
beginning the two local leaden humans.Dr. .
pointed out aid anyone between WUJem 3, Kotff .rf Oeve-
10 and II of age may land. Ohio. told the European
Join one of t by contsrt Dialysis and Transport Assort
4 lag either Loadholta er Mist Moa Friday that hearts of ....
Stewart. mall fad. been Replaced, la tspertaneatc Rent Your OwnSTREET
Leaders ire. seeded ta the local by small mechanical

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otHIKft'1c cell which.Nemfieally hurls year. t.J .
Fsn''p en it dusk end aff It sliwn.Yevr .
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Vinyl Corlon' .lean ffdvWt sif tty.nd enNAmkuneMMU"" ft*nsUtfttMf :'
tin ba wed tammtfe;illy N IIgM' oleos" ,zeta' l.*a.

Jirmyirdi and. tt'klf" .fl .....Tha Mrvfea to fetmaafr1? ,

.a .MrtfSl on fed Otnny J
Vorttni Carton to the dittinctfvt floor that com ftfNrlta any" dteor. AM due to ASKAIOVTO1N UOHTltO AIM" .:rNwvNlhM

Montlna'Hydroeo Bacle.;CIUf hJett rnectlenkt taft llutalilt.''moIt. .,..,,. '
MINE RlfHT..RIfilT. ,
Montlra'a axdflnfl nubbly surface hid* Mal., and scuff marks Sht-foot-wjde. lf uanMn+u ..""' .,...... ul/h" ,.i.' It u
and vssbUlry *f your Nff" tr sx Mtti.A tarisfe NvrtfrttvestntaNvs
rolls for watl-te-wtB beauty with an almost .amltu< 'P Mtlra-a1'ld' aaalareltacufto. aUAUTT-fUAaHAK MAIttTINAMCf SUYISI'Mtr ) .Vlilly' lrtiei.ti hi modem .hflfIt' J
toolS *r &.,_ will lie""happy le vWI wWt"" V.g M 9fAti
Montlns and many oftttr Armstrong Vlnyt Corlon floors on display! "In our ;> been: 'IMrtg will IIMt"trfi. -

showroom Coma ha. today for a fM aKimato. ca NOV.f .


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NORWOODUxurloMt Urgi lts OASSVIED DISrlAT We Will Meet Or Beat During National Home Week

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CLELLAND R. POLEN 115 hit usfs.. See

D.Land.!.. Phon. 734-2431
OWNER DtVCLOPKMr Florentine""

We Plidii flit PtruiMl StrrtcjfT '

( htm Cub OutOfTownAdvertised AND .,

UpTi $500.00rELECTRI..wtmNG '

. t WELDING "The Lamer

t MACHINI..*> Eckerd Drug Store
A*$O.TtO PricesOn I
Opening Soon 1 : "Wow $$$swf S.,41 OK

$5 ( GMt t.odAilseatho

Ut W. Omrtte n. M 4-JtM Wi will start ".!"'| .ppllcilloni H. M. LIGGETT I : Lad 11.*. rralPW4)tOXYNEfS

Mtndiy, Sipltmktr FUtNITWI be. INKEPLER .. '
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Whiff .. DiM\ Ciimitkiani. drug turks : Pit.. M wmi '
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ONION 'KINO ONLY IS*, Tim.YumOl4&WROOTEft.. tickl Hlimm, flMf mm, Maytag AppliancesFRIERSON'S .

410 I BbVDCM ; ciihlirt mid (ortin with Htlp Wi....-...lp- 41 AFHdM rlnT MM
".rld.'. fiilitl| New Street New Homes New Ideas

ev.r I' lllirI..Sir. ., SIGNS FOR SALE
ON-THE- Old Custom Builder
Holiday Steak House pliti compnity' binifili.Pitiibilititt . Apply ,In "..*..n. LaVallla"" Bit Same

W4 N. BOULEVARD.: ,. DELANOBiovty fir "".c.. Hit T..k top en Tn,. R Routa- -. HEAVY CARDBOARD15c BOULEVARD
vnlimittd. APPLIANCI. ...I..';".. P.5,414. $71
I- PlrI-- mint. par ...k uarantacd, "".. ...>m. INCH IKf
I'I1"'n l ,. Mint ,,"v. I r.f..."... Each
rl"a nam of aarh poaltloaid ,. .otewiJIfDetlgner'
BEAUTY BAZAAR Mondaythreorh rhur. I h tftlI.lInn. Writs NO HUNTING. P...,.... Poll. Pop Wt Imtan ..d Sinks linrrthinj Wt SiR" John O. .
Ftdy Mtht J>hono7J4 Box :.. DaLtnd Sun :0:..... Ron' Apa..D' Por R'D'. n...,
.0761. 201. Air (.... & H.uIi.5CALL For innpartlon. For ..1.. DaLandua
\.,. Oiics.A'Rift'lt, 230 North Boolirard Phone RE: 4 2771
27 H&p W.att4-M.I. .r f..1t
Swlmminf P.*lip
$ and Builder
WANTED 'I,, ."t or Rtlr. (ir>U OWNER: ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.HEATING Taarhar t 0 tutor tIll trarta am. IU '5. 11'1.111, .La"d
Porno .....
HAVE T VI TRIKD II.nt onro a w..k. roll Orant 44 A" 47 IudI.T.lsvbkuYOUR '
TENCHLORLiquid : FOR lip, Phon, T7I-JJ'I. .PHILCO automatlo ,".11... 1 pair of Quality Hornet"
warranty. IUO Klootrlo nat.r U4TTAOWAOntM ,
u14 fblnrlnai' OP.ILL COOKs NoeL b* fut 11.18. k."tar. I* (al. '". O.a ta"... ... DITlIB R.C.A. VICTOR '
; iSllltan. 7341714SPECIALISTS nornl Par ,,''r. worklni w>n 111.| full ana 13*. 0.. rafrliarator l 21. turn imrKTc: .
AIR CONDITIONING 11cn!!- Pall TaraHnn, Flf\_' 7_4THO _.._ _. 0.. dryar |1A WHAT WB slUm HAUl..CALKINS 2109 East New York Phone 734-1857

ty rwixMTNo POOLFUMP8 1IJEPAt1lI. SHEET METAL WORK, .T I*oil".binJCOOK...." enl'Iv. .57p.rl.5,5411.4.Asply .', FLORIDA* K. N...HI Torn 1MB GAS Ph rOMPANTId 714-1151BLONOI .FOLSOM'SAPPUANCM ELECTRIC

; Motor s IM t. rorlda .. Phon* 7I4-A41I i nnt n-..-.'. Mama RMtaurant Hoanltal bad with full 14, ------
: WALLER U!1II.rt".p &lA UT .N. JlI... I II.... rilli, Adjualabla o... h.d 3(5w WOWS SEWING: "At'II'r1fWJI
lit W BaraafordIA 201 Air Cut & HtttliifILICTMie tahla. Fxrallanl: rond Ph 714-7>7I. GIfTS PAMAICi... "ALL M4 nonowiLAO Repairs On All Makesof p 5 5 P S S S S S P S S S S S U S 5 5.5sj'

$is&ccmsrlii II SItHtlMa W..... H'jirSEOOLDITEMS( HCI.CH ....... IM.1414 Radio & T.V. .1 ApunmoutsApartment

HIAT Ot'lET. SAPS .., R.. !
GOOD tiaeil Waahara Drr
fLE4V, TFIDT'RI S FRBHMTTINrt WILL DO moNINd. In mr hnmarnniirt and fn"I.IIIIII. ., tall 7 4l'PLIA ". fnoratnra' atart at tin: flood For Rent
Color T.V.
2 GALLONS : BIFrTRIC: 1"0" 137 tnlva, OaUa ..l ft'aat *. roaebM and StOop Inw;;1 baT Canrlea .,..... lit W. MawTork Specialists 1'"1 s RonndaryI
EAST NEW: IORK. AVB: PH. Rich Av.. _ _ "", bl._! Call .. al ,'nil. A... Phone T>4-1000. \I !
,.... .h"... t"
l.h.d aparttp.nt I to
IIA'I'I'I"n. VOLUSIA FEED STORE 45 MUM Ftnrittligt Phono RK .." 11
$1.69Business I 20-C D.m.d.IlsiSPPA11VNflI ._ W. OAVI" 7 4.4.144A FIR, Only l.. Woath. Phonot :
we DEUTEftI4T !: T.V.. Radio l'uh.El.clrrnIr o.14..cn7.
.1 ron i 'R>iOfr W r.'D II. .", .Ii" Pboao 7I4.1MICULLItlAN unluHdlng :
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dl.c.tuotrlr Pr..lo
J.L AtAcR 'OLL USED II't '" Upatalra APT. tn'tirn.
: sisvornitn'jtitADDINO !: I'RI'r.1
.. BLVD. Fb..... 1I..lIn OVt RlinjifNOtRCB I. t RFAHOVARLIt MATHICW: ..... 114.14,l Sill d".. '...Iv.I MOHAIR ; .. ci. 117, *3. N.T. l'hon. .. StOWS and r.'H.. Prtv a.. ..
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: tft FIRHTI Ptylmsk.r. F.hrlll C.nter "DORA"YEP "r. 1H2V. NT. T14-271I .

WI arrant for In.tallatlon( ofanr 2t SchMk-tmtraetiM 325 5. 141.". .! "T'..." acaril a cnnpla rlihl ROOM lat floor fum APT Pri .
Services of our prod tot* by *omiitantworkman Wat.r Unfi.n.r, 5s.t.I. nit ..rinrltla.. Wa tiad In taka 41 Matirtali! bath Prl rntranra. Slop. Kltcn.n.
Call for Iris aitlmat*. !I'.. I"....... Alr.""nni1ltlonar. Ph bark tl "'..... (I _", full nfrurnlturo On Bua Una. Adults! 74-M4. J DeLand Pain & Glass }
Tom Mitchell Lumber Co. 220.t'M .t...'ui wk .nda. ) TUCKS for Iha Balance SAL PIPE and FITTING Plpo iWI

II SpKlfl SffffcH Ill N.. Dol....* Pa. 714.1411 U.S. Civil Service Tests! _HOUSEHOLD ITEMS- 01 '..nttln* and Thr.adln.. rhuer ,. WIth ROOM"tn.A"T.Ott4d.kItrh.n.ttS.Fur CII.. 1';.. 131 W. Gcorft rh. TM-fUl :;:
$249.50 .11t.. Bldt MtL 734. 53$. clualTa location 115. 11 o. 7U.U...

PAINTING ROOFING RtPAIM. 22 MIN.WOMtN, II-HJ. Htart tilthaa iOMI Antlqu.a avanrlhlni mimtrtaturdar jrT: TICK rpTHB IS. siSse.SS..sSS.SSu:
Carpantrr. Call Naiant Hoyt PhTI4U2I Up..l.llrlll..f1nln"'l'At '1 I.ot a ...... Pr.paratorytraining ti..t (unday 17th. FAIMENT* (.1' 4, PtwcrPOWER Isoo. 4 ROOM UPSTAIRS FCRVIUHEDAFT.
ADI MI. 101 Talto
for I pm. waakdaya.ILBOTROUCX until annolniM. Thouaantfa No araruoi lId LT.t'"
t.t lISa' Tnu ..... of joha ..".... Iipari.rsItsally R.rli.V'lreN77.iloIta, A?a, Phono $5 UsmisOPTlt
I : CLKANFRIttPPLIE I.llma'.a: For P *.. To ''D''.......,. rRCHI $3.75'WeekljWI SALtS TIlt BI.T A..TI.. MM",. .....
and REPAIR T..I1.r 1C
Jat Tour Rudaat On .* Oa job. aaiarloO.' PO'oilir0m.nte. Holiday Cln.. Is ...,.
Than u. 04n7 aft r 4pmMUNICIPAL Rambltr f'tt emnlalnod !.Ik. CT. Pli All BCOOTCRIPIONKBR
pholatary I and Ratlnlahlnf Writ. 1007 Nv.mi and downtowa ,.. 711 Mil. CAlL
'on or
:3 w Prlr d tl Fall' 77* HUM. : CHAIN IAWITALTON"S
GLIDIJR 'UDEll UX'ELAND Hunt's .m.. d.. and .h..n.. BBM. B A BOMBJOSEPHS
AIR.. 1II'ItVI"' Upholstery Shop LIneolu $/ SoB 55. INland -. Tb,,. P..,. \ I HAIR*, WA:..hEKH'and !: : 'PECK

AIRPORT 1MI B. Carolina$ Phon. 111.1101 '''a 3(1,.. C'STRl. LIJMIP3R COSPANS. CUMHOOD CHAIRS. IttMI" 81..... ....... RB 4.*tH1TUBUT" n .kiotor 'BUILDER and. .
W. ...Ipht.... A..n" CXMrTRACTOBPHONO

DeLand Woodworking Co. 22A nr. Cmrtal A Ctnrmli TI. lit* .' WOMINWAN'PPD AT 'IT OP OOLP CLUB* (junior. ROBERSON.CLARKFURNITURE "t D. MoWER iATTBPJTHWAITO BalM Bonrtoo TWO" TTArtB BEDROOM: ______IliT B. CnlTorolty t4.4171 Ara.Phnn I

... rf BOfKDART. PH. 7I4-1J47 4INPB to train for Civil HarrlraGood UMd '...Ie.. Baby B.... PhonaJ34 CO. MOWER REPAIR: 33. RICH AVE
pay. Thouaanda of Job aa_. 111'4 LA". REALTY
CUSTOM TRACTOR MOWlNfl FLOOR SHOW ""1\. Xnparlanca' uauallyPON Oflfl0"PS.SalT. _ Phona 74.5104< 13. i. Bf.VD a Roaa HID, aol N. OarflaU IN OLINWOOOl Flirn. 1 BR. 104 N. RnuI.n44
'1 LOTS and ACRKAOB114IUi For "'fll.U..n sa ..I""".. S&H Appliances Inc. -_ PHONE RE 4-4787 bou. arES IlsInt Sor000e4 day T14-i.14. Mta; ,...11."
DAILY '.I"rt... 1t.lromenUt. lm'&I I.. t'k
..1 KORAN'S fo.nI aod 744.$173
pordras t S A. tram houaa .
fum, land
541 VT AT. Ph T>4 MMCantar
,t SAW TILING ARMSTS: NII ._ xrvrrtiAMrnirAX (pbo.S cr411. to, :n:1t1; using.. 055" VluIC''' : ( ,:'W..t1at. 5hopplo ) I CARPS A FURNTTURB CO 52 ....... IquipsuoulBAUMAN'S. AIO.COND." : :- a-'Room; ; MraTr'furiT4OTTAOB. : -.po". fruit l t...a, cnr. lot K,100.'
Ph 7i4-ll for
OLCAN IIn" U. D.La.4 Ills 745,5. j-'llni.;; ; ; tat w, Naw fork Pkawa BB 5.555)5P01'I C1".. ta ator.n and. appolntmant. i
D&L CO. BOHREN TILE co. 1>.La"d. PiorIdi., WANT Auction.Hnnaa I Itl...... call 4-lMa or 714-I 71.
Btara flaraia rtlrlsCoL b.for. yntir OhS 05 TOUr ": BEST HOME BUYS
,llnT B Haw TmH AT*. n....'" Ut B. Rick A.... Phona .,...nlt ...PShrtlrl7lflS0r.7743$7.. :. : ,' rams,. t1.m Wills $1111 UNPURNItHtO' BR:: Klae.Ki'L
J' .n...... OpporleultIa J.u..... R.n' .1..1f III."'....-.. TVLand Offlra '"npl. Ktnva oupla or I. R.aannabla. .
WB RtPAlPi. and Rarr anymaka ll Job MA"'L' TOP Wash "."d. .,,1..,;. It. Robto.... sad CIarIE fuoritur.L0iThltv.lnra Offica and Bcbonl I ipplloaOfflc. 141 W WlaronaltlAVAItAm"B. t BIOROOM ,.."'. II"....: rood-
and modal. awing Maabln BfwtBPlPrinting- Ins \\b.... Sit of can. ....tha e.;. marblna POISE. aa.I *.r.traIII ; I ,z55alr. Isk'&P..IllrSl0l.4.:
Cttflafaatlot ruartntaad or ALItMra .rurJt. P. : Par.l'ompIPlO ;ra. Spool rahlnat, toys U.. N. Blvd. &'1.,. 714-! llTypowrltara K% chart Pbnn. T34INI.THI *. $714: bran ttand, 1Ao... aolaetloi of ' ra.ainra : 4 1IOROOM. I Rath., Infurnlahad Sobool .t,, Only 11.500.
A ailldlnt, rnrca to aall Itt a Cut .!.... Ihrm with BIlls LnatroRtnt and Afldiai MuhlnaaDAVIB komo In ..rl".... ....Unn. Will :
4 lln.M. Apply Uaatrlaw ( oplptJiUOlI. VP. T and Kail almttrle a. ''J' Dn..c..tkt ''T' W ntfttw !&. AM> VHS mnn 4 lark lurnltura 4:. Call lIcLarrtar: Raalty ratlrad t .
*RKOAL. HOP ; 111.M. BlYd PkaM .. .-.... a con pi a badroom eon.rrato

:" SUSINISI fop PalS.Ph 111 Hflillh Amall A'a. FURNITURE- 794.7745.. ._ _ _ _ _ _ _ block bom. In mod condt.
: tlon VFRT. VERY! dot to thop.pint -
WONDCMPUt! randl.a' .., ,". 1..7 or aft., I ,.... '4* WICIIITISI1HOI'1i1O The ALLENAVHITE Co. ONC .... Partly '''.n'.... Naita rantar. churahao, ate. Onlr
1VHTTMAN Taa IS aw TAKBMOMB 734.1045. AI'TnMATIC WA>>tIER CHICK MATHIM for ft'H (trod r.. IIrlll I oh".t.r, 00ii1W57 '.1. 14.000. .
BOX .It. ., Furnltura (..... no mn. 14s4Sal ...lallitt In off<*. .uppll.Pine. .,. *
Only It fix I O Ph. .. 14-UI. SlIce , .... I'lt, .14.H4II.MOOIRN ..
ehnlr... ? :-I' ; '::! PIHTRFRtlTORIiHIPAt - Baddlnl Llvlna Room luitaoaio. IV;a DELAND REALTY INC..
I n' .,, .( a Out TO DIVOKCI. Va } Ro.Poaan : Pt'is'sMATHER 101 W Indiana' Ar. rh V4.Mil HOMK .
*AL r :H OPPIIKTI'3ITVOLD aa al Barcain : I BK unfurnfar '
DELAND SUNDRIES wuttI.1 ..d Mnd.l ''\n II nn"l plan' < Honk Futat: Morttata: 3lnOs
14 Iwlnl
::::: : : ..00.hlloll.jIn"pan ItS'S.m..t N..dlal sohuola. r.annab1. rataK .
.. ) 104 N. Blvd IHal 714 io T
IIP, NPIvd. Phono T84.1711 4 roisl oarda to553U4hfp5i,4 In lia flald. la now aipann. > al'.0.Milk>, Llka Now. INwaamy !lO'> 'KKGHPGK; k'' PPLIFSTypa : .". nplukh.rhraol' Ih 774.4337.'PULLi ---- _
!._ full-para otra. >' Htltch.a ..,t'a't,$ Ad n. Machlna mi4 ii
Mak.a B it Inn.h as INLand COtRTPwlmtnlna
riorlda and
CRUTCHESWALKERSWHEELCHAIRS I.,.. For ..umi...... call roll.atimyma limit,Iii ,lit man In IIIsSrlale 11ft.rSaqtlS...- ..l... .>.. on Huttona, M..n... 14. 1 BLVI P10415 RB ...1111i Balls 4k. Her -lea fnrntahnl. --i..R.. UYI... "' Poo) .
74.0' Mwi ,
rama. Yom".I I... All Without" room r. trl kltihan. bathroomt .
( < ORACIOU Florida b
rl' "rontrartad 4 franrhlna ar ran *
.flA. .IU\\. P"1enI, ..".. Paniomont with ."... II". am Ana'' hm* 'O a, 3.otn.q' Rmalislt.i: i Used and Repossessed 54 f.wtrtPle.bItrtlllurROSES\ rnreh... I:.I |H>r month ]No rn,jra in (hI. ....II.d.'c....... qua*
.u.a O.&M& pi..,.. banaflt prnaram, A.. :1..45 4 r.Mn.nia, o) M ,h. PHona: ,'l.Sins. . .m'lI chHdr.ii call 14-131 aStir llt homo. 1 oparloua h.d.....", .. 1
TOE RENT OR SALE )1"" Who I la ..l.<-'.4 most II... Mn 7 I4-4K atrtaa I lOrA Foam 'lehl.S Mill ft pmT ; 10.,110. attract.T S k t,'han. atov
ood '.'. ..rl.,..'....' arnltaianalni CITCIJS Tells I ao'A sri b.J I -d.: I1I4M chilrCHAIM & ANNUALS -ROOM COTTAftl.I II"--- s-b. and t rirportr '11.
"p..I..I' IOFA aiaublD
24 rrallt ..< JuItH and. rrpuiatkm plua .*.. 3.114 HamIlos and Pars-i Brow". alS' St n*, .1... q"i.\' c.mforibl0. ".. pat o ovarlooklnr pooll ,, _
Bearden's Drug Shop aonabla amount .f rash for In.aira .. OM DAVE BRIDE NURSERY Phoiaf4ICLV n1n .r.* shady lob Only 114IM. wttkI
.> .nt. For oonfltfanilal 5itlor.SI. 0 St.UPST5fl5 roll 1I.:1. It.oiihv III up, t mpa. M tin 'oo) down. Will ..... for Illl.
flop., & Wow Tort aad AUbajna AraPkoao CURBEDRntanlnal : i.w writs R, M 0.1...... pn pauly I, sit. .4 ap tablaa It up'. Room dlvldrra.. |a m* M Voarhla ..... RB 4 4IM turn. Uuitakiw. to r.llabla par monthCLTfR. .
".-.." (1 N. 5.. tt I. houaaRd. Obs Lak. lIlnoito and II"KOMOOM. ..""'. or a.ntl.maa. Rtfaranr. C BFWKTT
ATkiVtJ! Boi lids Praia, ria Fh .J> 11t.
oft 11 17. IiaUan 171 ,I. I1H. '
VMIb Pos tullaa CVlPT' WP5 "lI'trlor t all 79417.0.PACTLV I1IH N BUd.. Pknno 714-4881

To Evtry Prescription DIITftltUTOft\\' Ira MarhUiaa..ant." for ROAklrlpool "I.. -, ,- - ... - .... Ill a I sdlaii 455553.4-. P1550 PT.D..54-5315 PURNIoHCB I badroomboaaa t BM... I hath. Cuatom-bullt""
KpportunltT for,.r In a 11." AUTO Am (lXPtTtO3(1N11'Art.Kap LAWN ..l PATIO CLOSE .cTm watar furn Rafarano ro* VI.".1" }t..." H........ *afa torrhlldran .
WKADD SERVICE EmploymentIS hn.a to !" SoP pnxluct Writ.K'tnr fltr>RR ; HCAaCR n.i.. .mca OARA1WItil 4 sod I placa. a.ta. |1, l qnlr.4, l i. Pb. 7J441Mr Tranaf.rrad TJ4-1171.

full "'11.11,,". Box II t Alabama P1I... TI4.lull 'So-Del Furniture Rentals SC. 5ltppi0.. 515. F
.UM raarmaaaata aha *ar* *f yon \ fun Nawa. IlL tlri.III. Sm.. %..rpr1.aO. SPECIALS I
- ms4s ia q.Whlp H.lp W..te'-.I. ON 5.7 P.ll P7's tImE for 1.5i .
I : . Includad Ph 714 >4 I.
K.:.Z TERMS ARRAnicrOp > 5 ator NIW Colonial tvpo Rrt"k Fount

.......' WANTIOl 'Whlfa wailraw. Pinatb Financial ts-l Alp_.CU""llInor.... St.tlltolTJ I IUe ..n vanlnga' by \ppnimmant. 40ILttPINA. ...... hsrslsh.d rrR'4lH5fl-* i i Horn. I BR, S ear ......
will tra.
) IN awr a.ntot.. lsr5.s(. till I .. Blvd. rbono 7J4 4MI (41V5 P51351)000 Horse. Uood tarma aoropl
t* work ahlft. at<
wot a* al Mr lanar ...sslb 14 to 4* r ., ALWI lull Ant, Cla Bint -,,l ..... BOOM I. loa. la also 'i5 Ve. rll"" T34.I, 40. ALMOST naw I badroom S...;.*.

.*. heirs aantaa.VOLUSIA-. Ill laataatrnaadllaat tint* onk'I TI.,...... Call (or U .. I. I..e 0511 14 MMK| PMtrmMwMBALDWIN vr ouptta' ..-,......... i'ar anaeo.UT LOVCLV t BR St'1lLimds-. food pity 1ot*tl( a IU.KW. Only
734.e1LINPICIINCID jnNtR.nt. ,4,41Lar _r. Mowry. Pluto 714.If!. fcuilt-ln ""eh... H/W n....... tilobaib .ae dowaLIKC - I

A PHARMACY 1\1..... WantadApply 01 Rstrlperalsr I Dr. I 54 U damo.05011 rta.4" Paso.WUCLITZIS '.i"o.THISMP.l1 FUMNIHD... ....... 'for bu.ln.uam LeMBEIt A.ailabia' . .An" I. OuntrvRTPHONB 714: .'UL MIW badnnni. frtm.' .

;:rT --, In TCt'O at THR BIORlii BURNETT FINANCE CO.coar..T. ON 9i5'SlCCil., 334 V.. ",,1. or oldar ..-,,1.. Sol ft no.TViT. |I'"> .ida lot Now II.Id* 1104down.
US ....... 1 a.... "and. 4pm: . batw4oa 1* 5134.74 IBRTKI All ON'Port 111 a Frltltlalr _.1241. ltla Av... f'ayovta. (,'!--.4330. __ .. pbnno 714.! 2IPUWNItHIO MKNTALtt lahad.. and t and vnfurnlahad I _, ......limos. f.... 114 w'.ethlp.COTTINGHAM. .

U NBTlhf-fBBvt ltoBhr LOAN TO FM4H .lIor.Prr.r Combination I 4444 BROWSER* WSLCOMEIhOWDY'S : R(X>M WITH PRIVATE Anartmani In all prtr*. ra".... REALTY
I 1 DIII"1 TEMP\ftAU' PROrEB.OIONAI. ONI .. "".".ny ,ire ID" Fntldaira MUSIC SHOP BATH. PHOMS: 114-1144 FOR lALCi :N$ra I BR bullt-l
orrirs' wsf.P: ".ibStif 114 S. ALA., 734-0872 ftai ta A raal BartalnMANT 131 W. HOWS I AYE. kltchan Fla Room I* I(* lvt| ... 441_ B. *l'd. -'PII".. TI4irrOCWKBAl.
SittIng' 115 SimpHis 75ii 5S'IS. riTHCR Kara.ln* Low: low III N. BIT*. n... 714.4111 ARCL REAL EBTATB _
DeLand & Glass
.. 5414 SIb., (ortl41.nt oiriiaprooaduroa paymantt Taatad. and fluarantaad. : 111 N. _,ft. A YO. R.ntala OOirnLACTOB
II. 1!'. O..risA'.jhe.s 714435* ."...,.. ba .... of LOANS TO $600 Coirnlnt OMAi' Flnanelnt 47- t. l4V-l.rtTllla4l II Of,,,. and ....."... 714.". GORDON E. HOLZMAN
u.lnt typawrltor wIll .......".".. -
".pijily' 1t".I"... Mi&l,14414'S. HUBBLE & REYNOLDS Boulevard Appliance Inc. NICCLV tn... t BR Htus$441.. PkM Oraat Oty m-nu
DURALITE PAINTS. r:1 In wntint.t" Box II Pa. Pl4jllaIre' Ia... ..r lca Deltronics T.V. .734-8524 4 ROOM. "=h printSfroIIv..4.rel05l,0 .... ALHO I BR. Traitor ..n Prr. ...t.
fun >a Hvtnf back'and FINANCE CO., INC. I** N. nurd Pbona 135.5hP4 . Ill.M par waah Uaboa Pirk- DELAND

CnTARUi T. lfo l'LL -51511144 III .....,."... Home 0.... for Kama Pill.Is. WtaTINOMOUIt all fc.a SALES: UKRTICB: R NTAIJIDELANO'S 'I .'I". to lib-vila 121.510.akurrhra(005,55.I and.attaia 5,55, Phono 734.1714.COTTASI. f .". FMAMI HOME WOOl t axtra

Ul WyRPBT W Oaorcla PAINT Pliona DEALER Tf4I4ttFMICIIION 1 WAITSISIII. ....,... 1,01.: a .,.... P.... TI4-I1N "'frI,. FYaaaar. tools Ilk. ..... LARGEST 75 slappIng canur l>i. 7"f"..... 1 RR. bath. Mr. lOts Practical: ..... do, .* t*
ours i5 p.y.y. 41-11 5,150. r.rf.-t ...."... Muat aall a.nlckly, tal5 l4."a.. ".,.b.............. wa'W furn M*. DalABd. Lew Prltal ".1"-
PAINT AVt TARV.: tip. Apply I t. p......" only. Loans to $600 R.aannabla.. 1'....... 114.aliaI ELECTRONICS ;U"N. APTI .15.. *. wat.r fur. )I",. !'" W. X.v Tors Ass. Pb.
Worrit. Raatauraat. Jo? U4-m sft05I5t....
ZdONDL.TYNER'S Union Finance Co. :KO: KKAL TAU'KHSort. : "h. tit.1":4: <" liarSb'sS.
$ $TMA tf LLINA ;..... will' Auto. 11.'"..'%''.r |7* SERVICE CENTER Ill \>. tnlv ,_ Your Choice of Two PARTLY ,....1.10.4 t and. po*.lb1y.
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. BUCKLE-BUILT HOMES 41eM, : For The Trade Of A Lifelime-

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=*iMrtini at I.J7DRIVE you fed up living In a hot-to-oold room Buick and Pontiac Demonstrators

OUT TODAY! .h home? Don't ohanfle houiM.Simply dung to . _

Till* Mntt.Mt, silt at DMtan 11CN I Carrier Weathermakir Fumaoe the only
Iwhant.and )'OIl...*l DQ.TONAl ; "Furnace with a Future. Ou or oil fired, It 2-0nly-1964 Pontiac Grand Prix

fib In clout or utility room oomerj QivM evttyraliibU

hut In awry room.Wbtfi moro fllvee

you on1-half an air conditioning tyitem. You 1. Only-:-Buick LeSabre Sport Coupe

tan add summit cooling any time! you want-

kkiily,at low colt Bar none If*your belt buyi
Wildcat 4-Door Sedan
CUTfJAINTlNG- Phone ui or come In-let ue how ;you why I 1.0nly-Buick

ROY FRIERSON'SIncorporated

with loiujerMcGill IasfingRlinF OR

e- Heating, Air Conditioning Cream Puff Used Cars ....

209 Seeth Florid "... 714431S '

62 Bonneville Convertible Coupe 0.. or, u* MU.,.. 1If.. nr..

'61 Buick Special Custom Wagon wI&I& Air c..dld.nlq. 1Jt. N1wt

Paint Store Need ANY Used Auto Part? Rambler Station

60 Wagon cu.d.r. ..< UA. *..,. *.....*..*.

cu*. r.Mcoui We have it or well get It for youl! AND-25 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM-PRICES START AT $50.001

128 W. Georgia ATe. Phone 734-1627 3 I Telephone Clrculit throughout thl South!

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1.. MCGaH4prP5151 Store nW2llII -HMaz*

. BOOB WKCCKCB: ICBTIO "Bo" Bell, Owner of Bell Motor Company, says to his salesmen : ; .

d I NKO CASHI I I .Waterfreet DtrileBBMBtCiMlitDHcabtf M & K USED AUTO PARTS INC. "Let Nobody-Yes NobodyUndersellBell

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Volusla County's school.building DeLand's new )high school er than 1.000 students. It already
r program is "at least three building wu approved for construction has 1034.' Pearce said.
" i years" behind with no apparent in October, 1957, hereminded Within three yean the school
remedy In sight' Rotarians were his audience, "but It population of the county wd have,/:
told Friday by Richard Pearce, was January, 1963 before claues doubled since 1957. Pearce laid
DeLand member of the Volusla were held in It" The school was citing statistic of growth to.
.? County' School Board. designed for a maximum of few- bear out his prediction.In .
Speaking before the group at 1951 Voluala County bad
a luncheon meeting at the Hotel IS.563 students: 1958. 20.011; 1959...
Putnam, Pearce said all school Jaycees UrgeRegistration 21233. By 1961 attendance had-"
construction today was "crisis grows to 29: .083. Today It Is 29.i
I! construction because of the Interminable 744 with 30,000 expected by
I II t delays between detection Christmas.A .
its of need and occupancyof stopgap relief, Pearce said,
building John I" Jacobs, Jaycee vice ha* been split-sessions double*
I Since the State Department,of president and chairman of the i sessions and the use of portable,
?Fr ad { ,Education must first survey Jayceei' voter registration drive classrooms, "of which we have
urges all persons who have not quite a number"
needs, and
approve plan project
{ I registered to vote to do 1/). .,
growth It I II not possible << Pearce believe one solution
for local officials to expedite a Commenting; that the registration would be a long.rang* projection.
building Pearce said. bonks will\ remain open only] of growth and a single bond Issue
program until Oct. 3. Jacobs laid that all
to these future needs
Neither 1 lilt practicable he said, I cover
because of capital.out resident of Florida for one year "You can't keep going back.
a portion
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months are eligible! to registeras "
he of
UHF{ With no state money It would be said "regardless
practically Impossible to locally voters how badly it 1 II needed" If bonds'were
office, In the
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authorized for sale, then'mOlley
finance the needed buildings.!
will be
county courthouse open
could be raised for construction
State planners are "loath to 9 and
until pm. on Mondays
after the
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Thursdays he said.
ii i t : Jj I which results in school being Jacobs cited as an example of state official approved buUdlngi
j built l in 1967 that art needed now. the Importance of voting the 1916 plans. {
{ : Pearce !Introduced to Ra-**
I : ;; At the earliest he said, It would election In which Charles Evans was *
I tartans by Gordon Carlson prGort'llm
f be September 1967 before a new Hughes and Woodrow Wilson .*
... ." ... chairman
f'" school could be occupied "evenif sought the presidency. "Hughes I
it were already approved by looked like a sure winner on
, ;Air Command'' F-4C fighter- the state, Delay result from election night," Jacobs said F..tAuI!
newest tactical fight- i calling a bond-Issue referendum, "but when the returns came in, spaca1
area. MacDill'i primary air- holding the referendum! advertising from California the next morning
be admitted to MacDill from the bonds, selling the Wilson had carried'the state rAJMr :l a !\
bonds advertising for construction by 3,806 votes out of 1.000000 ALKE R '
bids and then awaiting the cast, Less than one vote per swtael.Yrauw :
( NEWS SUNDAY,SEPT.27, 1964 construction, and the bunding' ,' precinct in one state swung the 111 E. W''". 71"501
final approval by the state. 1916 presidential election."
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