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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 25

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I r:n N Palm Beach Post. Monday, Nov. 11, 196825 "SERIES OF BIBLE LESSONS" conducted by LARRY ACUFF Allen Pork; Michigan SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10th thrcrgh FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th MANKATO, Minn. (UPI) -This southern Minnesota college town was jarred early Sunday by a shattering explosion which injured eight persons, destroyed three homes and caused extensive damage. Thousands of persons came into the streets to see what had happened. Officials were flooded with calls from worried citizens. About 2.000 persons, including many students from nearby dormitories, converged on the scene and had to be held back by police who feared another explosion. Lester Manacke, a druggist, collapsed and died of a heart attack after he rushed downtown to inspect his store. It was not badly damaged. Officials said Manacke had a previous heart condition. The explosion may nave been caused by a leak In a natural gas line which caused gas to accumulate in a house owned by Julius Peterson, authorities said. However, there was no official word on the cause and no estimate of damages. There was no one in the Peterson home at the time of the blast. The Petersons reportedly were spending the weekend in St. Paul. A college girl who lived at the house was at home inOwatonna, Minn. Eight men students, who lived in a house next door, were hospitalized but all but two were released a short time later. 'he two were in good condition. Police said the Peterson house was blown apart by the blast which was felt throughout most of the city which has a population of 25,000. Parts of the house were found more than a block awav. ARE COMING! NOV. 14th-15th-16th SOUTHDALE SHOPPING CENTER Between Parker Ave. & lake Ave. on Southern Boulevard Church oj Christ 3846 10h Avo. North, tokt Worth Explosion Rocks Minnesota Town HI"' IfflPan American Tire Co.Dl I FO SPKAKEIl - Mrs. .Madeleine C. Rodeffer of Silver Springs, Md., who will discuss UFOs, Friday night, in the Flagler Room of the Downtown Holiday Inn, is shown holding enlargements of a flying ohjeet she photographed over her home. UFOs Investigator Will Speak Here port? SPORTS SPECIAL L w.m mm only discuss the controversial subject but will show a film of a reported flying object taken at her home in Silver Springs. Mrs. Rodeffer will discuss pictures and show slides of other reported UFOs. She has appeared on a number of television shows including the Mike Douglas Show and a CHS Reports program narrated bv Walter Cronkite on the subject of flying saucers. Mi s. Rodeffer is believed to be the only woman in the United Slates who has taken movies of a space craft. She succeeded in taking a color film of a craft described to be feet in diameter and colored blue which hovered' about 100 feet over her home. The meeting is dpen to the public. Tickets will be available at the door. Commission Sets Session For Tuesday The regular Monday meeting of the West Palm Beach City Commission has been postponed to Tuesday at 2 p.m. when the commission will consider first reading of an ordinance regulating transportation. The ordinance which is aimed at "bringing the bus company under the police powers" of the city will not include an anti-pollution clause as previously recommended. City Ally. John Evans researched for material on additives or devices which would curb diesel fuel fumes but he said no device, which could be incorporated into the ordinance as mandatory equipment, was available on the market. The phenomena of unidentified flving objects (UFOs) will be discussed by a student of astronomy at a meeting of the Aquarian Research Center, Inc., Friday at 8:30 p.m. in the Flaclcr Room of Downtown Holidav Inn. UK) Datura St. Mrs. Madeleine C. Rodeffer of Silver Springs. 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