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RIRTNIOMf11 Serving All West Volusia County today, lilt: ..m. tomnrrow.I .

I Vol. SO No. 76 Thursday, January 2, 19& DrLaml Florida Daily 5c

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I Fire t-. ;.......... .. [L"/o'". '.I"' .'!f'I."P' ... ''f''' ". ,,'1J1';. '1'T"-- > Taylor Presents 6A Few 1houmnIli1'Petition

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Submitted To County
Elderly Men Die "

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i'rOing Home With 4 Vt p.m.Inday the' deadline I Taylor I also noted that' t r Ing the number" of ta:.paving i sinners to' rail, an election oil
for adding or withrtiawlngnames Ming the names of a 71J'r; I elrrtois, i in the county eligible l to where 'to relocate. the county
COLD tBIA. Miss (crn from the ('nun'1'''' i relocation Individuals stating then taxpax I sign the county seat lelocatloner I seat.

I tie\ destioxed. a nuislng hnme petition Sidney Taylor| I status as rf Aug 1 It!. 'I'HiO! petition It 'lakes the signatures: I'nmmissinnors. ate xxoitang

for elderly!. men. ratty todav! I Pel,and attoinev today filed "ai I This is the ,date' determined 1 hot' one third of 'the undetermined dally. on checking! sill 'the lists' so,
and napped and killed. three of few thousand withdiaxvals' with eouit as the time for dpIPI'mln. I i number 1M I the county commlsAittn they ran determine who anil

the aped! wiupants in the an. I the \otusla ClunlCnmmjl': *ion.1'1 holY many nets 'taxpaying eleotois
dent hams buildingAuthoiities ; :-'; new petition were piecented .

said there bodiesweie II to 'the commissioners at their !OU''R'l'r. IIJNO:
found In 'the) charred re meeting this morning {'(lmnll' "' The commission attentionwas
i:1: HtI'I..fI.s+ f f.v; f tn
mans of t the building that I sinners will remain In session' all !!! called tn the fart 'that' when.,
bOIl ed! 17 ni 18 menThe ( das 'the first rnimrv' seat relocation

oicupnnls who escaped ".i trust 1 you\I will gtiaid;: these petition was presented' that' one<
1 wren( either iPMued by firemen. well" Tax lor said. This 1 I" the ; batch of petitions was filed
01 Mumbled blmdlx out of the lifeguard 'rf" the ir unlTax, lor West "ClllSiUIIrl"lll.catt'I1S I "rl\rAlrl Robert Ktlgoip "'tI,,

building and inlo' the fleecing I said he was appealing. 'In behalf In 1Q presented the petition

\\"Ihl", of the oluvia County Taxpaxer I had noted that there were
>lie c'hie, Allen Ooh on said" Association I forgeries:: In tits gioupTuxloi :

: the (fur i hi,",*o out' at About 5:45: t. 1'he withdrawal cards were' Suit Over District noted that lie was filing
i a m He aid he helieed I the i : 1i j jH presented In four shoe "boxesPaxloi I I Bridge l withdrawals fi-om people whet,

i !tie ma\ have been caused tv)>' I ; declined lo mention any I claimed they had.. not, signed

I a faulty fuinate cart I number of wlthdiawalsIn petitions In case then names
IFI'.r) ; "SMH1if : ) In.. also presented sexeiallet . appealed. I they. wanted' 1 their
\ irmpeiatuie was' In theirnv "' from' |people who statedthey \olusm Tminu "nmn".lon'I'. 'I, !SupeixiMi I r.f. Registialion. Kath' wit hdi'aw'a I Ia. .reeoidr-d
: were 'threatened today with a mine\ CXham' 01 hoi assistants In '
.0 5 when the Sue began had not signed petitions 1 don t know whuh"" are
A hard laxer of fl'otrn snow I Dlltn MItltKOnr suit to slop' ( the collection of the 119fi4! A next stale audit l'r"III'linn honest 01 dishonest loigpitehe . "
I'>f'I"l) Lake Helen Spec'ml Road 'Iequuen appro\al) of all tiipsand
about ..p\r'n Inihes!!! deep COy. man KHid" "avlor: mmmented rietUiod. .\ husband, signing' ::
Bled the girund: following' : a violent I 1 iaiitttHllthat' ; neitheihe and Pi'Idge; 0.11'1..1 taxes' rtpensrs for voting .machine H xxife name |II' termed an tin.proper '
I lames"" \\'. Smith. 6.1.S nine islndmv m othiis, wpm muM .
wintei' slom that 1 mover his signstmelavloi
wife had
arioss. I southeast Mississippi I '. ... .. .. : '. anx'01 petition hut he was e\et sending signed; Lake Avc. I old 'nnlni"'lnn'I', "' I Iran 1'1 within the ('nllnlJ"'f"nO'IO \ made It clear that

New; Yf'IIr'Re.. two withdrawals anyway, incase 'that the letying. of 'this tax. ; payment of. two' I there are legal-= q'lesttons about!
MRS. ROBERT BOLIN WITH AREA'S FIRST BABY OF 1964 against! hlm."t..ati..1 "" hospital hills, for. a 1:% old the of .
His off rials Identified the I I 'there. 1 is!!! dil'tw; l k at 'the year taxpaving" ( status' elz".ra."A
I three victims!!! a!*!! William H. ..nurse- Mrs. Mary Cavanaugh views Randall David Bolin crossroads" ;: II youth and' M man sent I ti, Nnneiiia dead prison tan. t payIl'r'nt'nu.A
He said lint if work isn't l t doneon .
\\atkins. WIlliam S. BlackwelJ --- ---- -t''n t"" ''.4 ;" i._.. .1a-o en ... 'I.1 ")
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h.'oul' file
the road an inJunction
andithur. Landoucr In Wc \T rlu ilt64's en-wo-' ". ' strt we- .- '*.r\ .........., r" 'N ....."t .. ,. .r.. to slop the collecting of '
The musing, home was ownedbx this ,taxSmith. roin; r\'I'LST1r.i'r. r\ (;
Mi Tama \\llliamson Sev
lalrrtod t the load Is "impossible
rial) of the I"allt'nl"f'r" taken. Weather: l air ColdFair ", 'to drive n\"I'. I don
tn the home of Mmilliam. ]
,, mind 1 I"paving: ,taxes. If I can getw'IU'k
son. s daughter:; Mi.*. Boyd Four Finns
First done. he added.County City KcporlNew
few miles Baby:
Ham a awavMi i Commissioner !S': f:.
'* Ham said 'the survivors,
I r.til; > Stone! said! he would' checkInto
who lange In age:: from about cold] weather!' with t temperatures! dipping. ; as the .
60 to 82 were 1 not Injured but low as< 33-35 in frost pockets is forecast!' for tonight m complaint.01111.It ..1I'ATItVIn I

were' In due need of clothing: west Volusia othei" action. the hoHidAt Year's Day TheIsPolice

She quoted" Mm' Williamson Boy For Bolins U.S. meteorologist!' Hollo Dean said today that lowest ;'rnoni/t-:n hl\l'It'II i.u

as taxing a new floor furnace. temperatures!' in average locations are expected tn> Iher county ailoinev to bring, ; I __ .__ -. _.
Installed only' last week exploded range flpm 3 to 37 defires "1 lMi'th !"C' frnsA'4walitcoldest w.MvA.tenw-, ..,lHI't I ilp 4------ r. w 1
and! started the blaze. 'lei'mine if names can be addedto J\ .li of. hirak.,ins! on the I -r' Y .
STM: >rN|. OUTSIDE: : I Mr and Mi.. Robert" D Polin chair fiom blather }"urniture7baby aieas weather' for tomorrox Dean the petition to establish. a fire first' night: of, Itfii! ; are being! investigated .?
of 111 Lake Wlnnemlssen are : shoes Belue Shoes: : first Forecastingvarmer ' hx' rl.l'lnd' :
!\tllllln Joitenberrv a wit. district In the North; Peninsula : polar
re*'*' to the fur shoitlv after It the parents. of \\est V'oluata'sfirst hil1hrillf'tIt'tl''U.. Kent Photo said no frost danger: is predicted through$! Satuidax aces. Detains' !!! of the or-tines are srane l Ibsue I
:t merchandise. n G. low DeLand 31 degrees!' ! and.
started' aid he went to the baby> of 14! hop) : $ in This mornings in was Frank. Abrams protested I that Your bjslness. establishments
"C'f'nAnd found old men A son weighing! .seven pound Smith .Plugs : cub blanket' !MarvPjkps at Tierson. :30 degiees; rommisslonpi", had taken" actionnot I were bioken" Into. according' ':: t tPolite I"I .I .

Handing, outlde In the snoxv was born to Mrs' Bolm at R:4: bahx. bottle stenlire..." ,.. Mc.Cnntlnn.A I .- r . . . ..1 I tn accept additional, namesat I llirf. Kenneth <'o\ ( ..offHaidMaie
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without shoe' and partially this morning; inVest Volusta their last m..llnLlIll1rl'. / said ('o 101: N. BoulexHid 1.

n""t,. nn r.... Twnir Memorial Hospital. The baby the attorney general. had sari I was'''' entered but so far. no ReportOn
measured 19 Inches No Action; Over l;.\/II. ;iott names rnul n'l t .he added. I determination" has been' male,

Hospital officials reported that Abrams objected tn this. actionon I i as In the amount of loss Police 0

the Roln! were "verv excited a complaint bv one. man. DonPickett I aient iPilain' how the buildingwas
over the new arrival since' "thex .. when, the "majoiltv! of, I entered' 1 because there I.I Is Crushes.

really wanted a son" The new people want an election. calledto I "nn visible/ evident'e" of the
baby. named Randall David End Seen For Berlin Visits create a fire dixtilrl, the bleak in .

y-{ L joins a ulster. Lest\)'e. two years, original,:: petition was ahem of I The rupktnne Stoic' at 201 W llfil! was a faUlitx .free ....r.IIr..o'filnl ,
two months old. names Rich Axe also was, broken" into
I In traffic A..lrl..nt.
Mr. and Mrs Bol n are na/ BERLIN ( t"J"'ll-A) West Ber | Polirp.. said the xouth thiev. I The Incidents boiame" known -AMI'.NDID:-; : a resolution fixIng I Polue. said' Uneven apparently triHiit. 1..llt',1. : I a today! bx the De
tixes of Florida: and 'the new 1m city government: spokesmansaid himself In front of a train at as West, Her" hn wailed' uneasily election precinct boundaries' entered HP stoi e I lh-oiigh| :: t Land Police Dept
father I la!!! employed In the tax today 'that there hate beenno t the Iriedilchstiasse, elevatedlailwax for an expeoed 1 FaM; iieimai'; ; I 'to include PiPim t :*< Rill hrl I hark tae.. shop. 01. a wa hinomIhe
assessor's' officeFRfh. foetal motes bv either side '. "tlllinn'dnl'"tii1I'. Invitation' to begin new talks ',:, vllle to ilflilfj a line on the I Intiiitr-is read.l away with Although;: number of A"" i ,dents 1

; CARE: ,to extend the temporary Christmas . This I Is the holder station where about further traffic through rivet hankOIAyED I petty i::7>h and ether: : aititles.ioc I : Injunes, And| properly dai''l"'I ces
Wentolu ia Jfnplllll. now pass agreement that ends Communist po'He\ cheek Beilin. I the Comminlslxall I I : travil 1 rx|'enke f"I'i iJO (. ,iv I umbei Co at Jl' IXMHionsIn I-:. were' highei:: |last. | jrni than ,,,nthe
.. '' Axe also suffe' .*d 1 at piexioiis jour,. one drurtinaiKNl ,
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PeLand only sloi k center Sunday'. era who cross the border by> jtiain j I
IKv;I'! s retort. And 1 IP
the hand of, thieves.
both mother' and baby free isl'nrted
hnlOl"lI11CIIll'\ and Dad wasschedulpd Thin means. !!! that unless, theie. (J Florid; I. oral liesRecord l I irt ei mi nation has not c"II'I!!! show 'that Iwo deaths it ere
ere last' minute' negotiations: between > It was belipxpd the youth Mused by traffic axurleitK In
I been mails to
as was
to eat on the house
'the West Berlin city government killed himself. in a fit of despair '' %1.
with' :Mom today at the hospital and 1 the Communist at patting with loved ones stolen The company's sale' 10poitertly .
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And the new habv and mother' I was 1III11I""ti with
East ( In the Communist zone of Bor1m
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i Plane .A ifTRAVIS / l-1)1l.; JaDean will he showered: with by e West I'm a Berliners n It"""IIIUII ti.. the SmashedBy A downtown. testauiant' the report for. 1961: shove, there"
Greenland 1/.111I111"0 were 2U cklenn In whi'h 74
gifts: from many PoLand mi East will\ cease at midnight I He was one of about 111!: ()((10Wf'IIt I was broken
AFB Calif. ,HjPli' chants into Several small silkies' and prisons. were injured and ,total.
Berllners who entered :
Sunday.Roth I : :
said two checks stolen damage was oxer tKO fXK) Thisfiguip
An Air Force poKeman Gifts!!! will Include a training were I
:fast: Berlin with a Christmas
todaj that a C124 Globemaster sides I hats said they d<> I Lawrence Allen 1J:% w. Plxl. ':: I is!!! up 40( a,"< 1 identu' ft mitt"

that had been. preumed down in not want the traffic 1 i through the not passednesdax otherwise IdentifiedIn hit .heaa Road Deaths I sion St told. polite his!!! tar was Ifhj in whtih onl> 44 poison
the Pacific with nine person Slates Red built Communist, wallto missing' [ this morning from I were injured and damage: wasrstimtttd
aboard "Is till flying" The Judge stop So I the possibility has another Incident Westeinborder where he had parked It laM. I, at titer $20tXt
not been ruled out that sideor < > officials at Bad HersfHdsaid .
plane was picked' up on radar one night!: in front of his homePolice De'mher., ,accident' I rate'
and high: .daectlon. finding: equip For the other will make a proposal a 22 >'West ear old refugee:: rs bv. By Un 14 Sr*.. l tnl.rnaten.tNew continued to add 'their names to I are searching. for the helped boost 1 lOfil score. the 4B
Hearing to keep the border. open. aped to Germany 19511! '; Chevrolet and 1 affidavit! shows Theie "8 seer
an were
rnent. he said The spokesman off and swimming ; 'Vears' traffic AC'I! <1f'ntllcll1lm..1i the tragic toll right down to thewaning poll' '
But Westein officials said Jumping a bridge
did not know 'the plane locationUriel minutes' has been signed bx Allencity dents in the" month .m which
'that as things now .stand the across the Werra River the lives of more than
A nlted Press. international d..1..tlAI" conductingthe : eight; poison were, ,nined/ Dam.
Local Builder East Germans!!! will issue nit< Wednesday night: I ISO persons new record '''rd"Th
Flaunt count based on late reports' 'to \n\"tllIlI"nll\ ,:: age':: WaI. at over SR.000.
.Might passes to get;: through the wall nt\nnw: 'TTr.RP1t; on 'the nation highways: t I -- -
after Sunday. They said Communist bolder '1 1JUll1'dll during 'the ::10! hour holiday and j day showed at leant" 18S persons rYEAREND
MIAMI i a toll In excess of 'the most duflll'dlC"lnn @ i
him the
Meanwhile, Vest' Berlin spotted crossing
i ihridge
police srd'l lrienls
M1\MI! n 'II-Tnrn.
Fidel Castro launched the Henry C. RuC'knpr.11\ by the National; Safety .
reported that II West! ; and opened fire but thatthe 1
young least lit Ills.In
sixth year of his Communist face preliminary hearing at 3 I CounC'lI.Th. claimed Hi *
Berliner. apparently depressedat refugee! made It safely de
: the in. hour
today in Havana with a m Jan 17 on a charge!: of Hoi-Ida during
regime! p .
having 'to leave" his relatives spite a hail of bullets One of official period stalled at
tram tI
display of his Peace ,Justice I New t'ear's holiday
Newearf; larceny
In East Berlin committed sul the shots shattered a windowon fi p m local time Newears-:.
s made.In.Moscow mill. Horace Heley of the' fourth dis I p.m. TiM d.y until midnight
regime cide on his return trip 'to theWestern 'the Western side of Ua river j Etc; and 1 ended. at midnight .
tars might:: tract said today in DeLand st edne.rday
sector I hnw.f'r.. New; Yf'lIr' Pay. AmerransConcerti "' BeddingExtravaganza
While Russian built supersonic A hearing for Buckner, charged!
Mig fighters screamed overhead bv Mm. Esther; B. Pellon 50J; S. died] In tiaffic accidents' across

a massive parade ofpower Blue Lake Ave? with accepting Cited Over UnrnijtloytnciUPresident's the country Disastrous urea. .
I boost the l'r.aU casualty '
unrolled across the city $1.331 for alleged: repairs to her helped o
through the revolution Square"after home .ubse a 21 gun salute and an "no more than $.T.:'.0." previouslywas The breakdown:
order to begin: from Castro set for Dec 20. Rut becausethe Traffic 1 1R!1! .'

state, s "key witness" an Investlgator 1964 Aims Ciled : Fires Miscellaneous 29 Jft Choice of Famous

,SIn Camilla from the :Florida
Total' 313
Sheriff Bureau failed to show
led nation with SIMMONS SEALY
California the
LONDON:' (turn A lop.level up Judge Heley postponed the Itv RRIMXN SVIiril a year until I after 'the election: I I authority of a k..y1111l" House. 18 traffic deaths. Michigan had 1 or
Russian spy who defected to the hearing,:: I PI UhitA. llnii-rft. Reporter befoie. piessing the peace of fen official Intimately familiar with Wisconsin and New York H Quilted
West two years ago has gone: DISMISS SO'GHT JOHNSON:' CITY Tex UPIiPresident site and exploring the I his feelings and thinking about Pennsylvania! 10 Illinois 9 and Button-Free Top FULL SIZE .

to Canada to, begin a new life Buckner attorney John Cjod Jnhnson headed Into hie pi omlues held out in a p4'1I'.1' official matters This account Florida 10. .-
under an assumed name In, bee moved for dismissal of the 1I$ today deeply concerned end .exchange messages i does not represent an Interview Twelve states' reported ro Innercoil Box Springs and

formed source. said! today charge against his client "be. about chronic unemployment Sox. I let Premier Niklta S. i i with the Chief Executive. but It traffic deaths during the) holt
The government said the spy. cause the state has failed to produce and convinced that the $11 billion Khrushchev does reflect Ms attitude as re .
day period.Filing Mattress
Aaatoll Colnytsln. had been : sufficient evidence': that tax reduction bill before Y"-'IIUAR RITA TRT1JNC.' I I ported by an authoritiativ
spirited out et the nation to "a Euclcner had committed a felony. Congress was a "mutt" for the It is possible to report these '' member of the White House

Commonwealth country" which! Cod bee. who protested stronglyto economic vitality of the nition and other viewpoints, sf Johnsonat staff Increases A Registered

the sources said were Canada. postponement of the hearing The Chief Executive appliesthe the start of the sear on the The unemployment problemhas
CimtJnunl. en T... Tw<.) same "must" label to the 1 figured frequently In John. Filing of deeds. mortgagesand Value I $8888

.-frrit.p. At Ranch pending civil rights' bill. He also Couple ReleasedIAI I I ann' planning for the new year other Instruments showed an LImited QuantityAt
Warm Hall wants the medicare, programfor and legislation which he will Increase of :1.61? In 1963 compared Only
JOHNSON CITY Tex fI'Pn the aged enacted bv' 'the ('KSOWII:< .LF ,t t'PI' A recommend to Congieits with 1462< Circuit. CourtClerk

Robert <'. Weaver. the hou. !NFWORK' (ITPIl-A part ('ongieh* which 1 resumes. its ri<*. I Miami couple. the last. of the 77persona Walter Heller chairman of Jess Msthas said today
ing and home finanee aclminl, of Its emphasis on rehabilitationrather libeiatinn Jan. TIn Injured In t the Roosevelt, the President Council of In chancery cases, ,26 more
trator' arrived at the 1JU than punishment the the 1 international field, the Hotel fire, was released from a I comic Advisers saw the suits went filed In 1M2: 'there ROBERSONCLARKFURNITURE

Ranch today to map with President new Conectional Reception and President plans an unrelenting I: hospital Wednesday dent earlier this week \\EC'O-I were 1.\46: chancery suit, which

Johnson a new. comprehensiv Classification Center for Men onHikers I peace offensive. In the new Mr. and 1 Mrs Harry Pickeringhad Heller emphasis was on Include divorces compared with
federal housing program Island NY has all its I vear to improve relations with suffered from smoke inhaUtlon upward bend.. of the I Ameritan 1.372: last. scar CO.

which will go to Congress corridors and wall finished In Soviet RusMa According'tn aimlates as had moat nf 'the vie. economy: In 19b3: he railed the lit I'*>2. there were 619 Uw 120 South Blvd. Phone RE 4-6164L13RARt

under 'the banner of. "a home such shades as turquoise, lemI Johnson s*: the! Unit- Urns of the Sunday morning unemployment situation the suits filed compared with 633 In

for every nun" I on )ellow. blues and warm tsns I' ed States cannot " UI 'eet I ire, which killed 23. I ilonuau4: en Paso Taos I 1363.

OrUWD Lfl 1 I pave 2
Storm J's Aims

Neics Briefs

'. Viewed For

Sweeps Into New Year From British Reinforcements I


(U.I1..u.: taste. .... n..., a Area Towns

mist serious economic problem horizon.on thecurrent 1 I I nF.BARt"I Arrive For Cyprus Duty

The unemployment. rate I I. I

New around SVa per cent of the workforce t Denary> constable Oscar D.

EnglandA with more than 4 million I i I Paplneau rill be the guest

person out of work. .According" speaker tonight at 7 JO at a NICOSIA C''PI'II'>
V meeting: of the Denary> Demo>
to the government: automation reinforcement ..r.rI.'f'rt Invasion. If Turkey attacked
British troop
I 111I displacing about! 1.2 million 1 crarlc dub. He'will speak on In Cyprus today "to protect Turkey, Greece, and Britain.

paralyzing snow and ice workers'' annually and to complicate I "New and. Old Driving Regu British famlllea and bases all member of the'" North AtI -

storm swept Into New England, the situation further; r lations.: The public Is invitedto on the Island" following' a New I I a n tic i Treaty Organization

today, making highway treacherous about 1.3 million person also; : r attend. Year' Day ol violence In which (NATO, 'w I'e the co-sponsor" *

and glazing power line. are being added to the workforce kUled. of the 10!! agreement giving
Market five were
Driving condition were hawrdou each )'ear. PKLKOVTh '; $8MtINI Cypriots Cyprus Independence! within the

deep into the stlU-Icy I I The President feel a aubstantlal monthly covered-dish An artillery regiment landedby British commonweajth.
of the DeLeon air during the night and 700
Southland supper SprlJlC'Vfllunl..r
; effort mast "be put forth to leave In the past 12 days that.1Vt"f'ml'nt
Gale warning were posted for Summary on unemployment. problem for Firemen's Association paratrooper prepared for haa come unstuck la
part of the Nottheant coast the future. He Is dissstlifled. will be held at 6:30: pm. England: &: at midnight today the

and school were ordered. clnseduntil with present ewes and pro- tomorrow at the fire station. duty In Cyprus, where fighting: a dispute. over minorityguarantee
the Turkish
Creek and ;: to popu
has flared between
The business session will follow
Monday at Meridian.Ml \ A* reported by I'PI and thelocal grams that'f'n suggested 21. 1.lIon.I'hlch makes up about
since Dec
**. Stranded automobiles Reynold' and (:e. attire.Stocks . at 7:30. Turkish Cypriots 20 per cent of the total en the
stood ..mpty along slick roads "We may be underestimating. There. were unconfirmed report
pushed higher In Island.]
from Tennessee' through north. active trading: today mo.derately what lies. ahead. and I am callIng in Athens that Turkey and More than ::00: ( person. have

era Alabama and Mlslslppl.; with steels chemicals Meet for new solution and I am W. Volusiaii Greece were alerting th.lrarm" been killed in the Greek-Turk
HEAVY flMIW! this '" force for possible actionon
demanding new
thinking on
tionlc, drugs and! alt line* leadIng fighting
The storm that shocked Dixie entire. piohlem.. 'Johnson has the Isltnd.Diplomatic .
: t the advance. The latest; incident brought
over New Year' plied up heavy been quoted a* sa>'lng. Threatens To talk I continuedover
Steels developed> an unusually tensions to high pitch again and
now throughout Ohio, Pennsylvania All part of his oveiall approach President Makarioi announced .
strong I attraction for bujers.Bethlehem . observers" here feared laigv-
and to economic Intention of ending/ Cy-
New York during the! Improvement.
rose I IK, Republic> 1, i : scale fighting: could result
night. Eight Inches fell In six Johnson wants more labor Sue PI-US' treaties
U. S. Turks
Steel 1 Jones Four sliotgunned the
hour at Buffalo N. Y.. six Inches Laughlln leaders. and business. executive County Turkey and Greece, the threeguarantors
%. Lukens 14,", YoungstownSteel three monk!! to death in a mon.aMery '
at Rochester, N. Y. and actively participating In of Iti independence..
Door I1,; and McLouth PREPARATIONS FOR DIMES Tol- 25 miles south of Nlcl,1. )-
nine Inches fell in southern government. DRIVE-Brian (C.nt. ....." hew tests Dm. ) MONKS: KILLF.I; '
l'/i- .. One of the dead'' was a I 14-
by seated, is this year' West Volusia chairman for the
Ohio. LATIN AMERICA PROMISING 2 In the Halifax: Hospital Daytona Three Greek Oilhodox monks
Chrysler led the auto with I old novice. The cause of
Freezing rain and sleet. again I He I thinks the public> service. annual March of Dimes campaign that officially opens Beach, for psychiatric ex were kiUed Wednesday by men. year
: of l Hjo! followed bv Geneial the quarrel appeared to be the
sloshed across' New England'" a* field In Latin Ameilcn, Is particularly tomorrow. James Ford will serve a* treasurer. Tolby amination. The bills totaled almost Identified by survivor a* Turkish

the fast-moving storm barreledfor }. American Motor' up and T, and Studehakerboth : )Ford up. II promising: for U. S. said that 9.000 J letters seeking donations will be mailedto S2000. The. Circuit Court ordered C)pl1otll. Another Greek and dog killing owned of, the by Tuiks'the monk goat: by

Newfoundland.MUd tacked labor leaden, And he thinks the area residents. Other events during the annual January the mental' examination for a Turk Here killed !In an exchange
on 'Vi.Du i
westerly wind kept the government' should
Midwestern and Great Plain Pont hacked 1 off from Its heavily on the reservoir of talent March a radio campaign, and a roadblock. Tolby. in he retained' safely In the Juvenile' coast town. of Paphos, police Sillies
warming trend. In full swing to high but still was nhead 1'k.Pfier In buslnena home" or the jail Sheriff Rodney ..ald.Inrorm..rJ. Judge
residents to the drive said that in addition
day Temperature In the.. ,. rose. 14 and Union Johnson w.nlll'h..1 lie call support Thurshy aalrl sources In Alh..nlII.ld

common: through Montanaand ('411 h'r1.' picked up 11.
North Dakota at 2 a m. I Kodak and Allied. Chemical government In t thin connection of Dimes now is used to combat birth defects and to mark Asphalt Co.. D a y t o n a received reports of Turkish Hearing For

EST. whereas only a week ago lagged, with only fiactlonal associates. said he. speak of finance N research campaign on arthritis. (Sun News Beach low bidder for 2.62 milesof military movements and feared.

the mercury was plunging to :20: gain, wanting "action from the. young Staff Photo) paving In )Denary at a pile the. Turks might Invade Cyprus
Caller. Products rose 2 while. and advice. 'from the .11'1. ," e.f S-iBftO.( Street. to be paved Include which la less than 50 mile off Local BuilderCnstlnufil

below.WAKM.Sr.Kl REM US Abbott Labs" Merck, Bristol The. President .seem to he Itt J erwssscw Orchid Azalea Aster and Turk..)!'.. shoie

Hazardous driving warning 1It. .t'r', Parke' Davis, These. (leanlngly, pieoccuplcd with tin. Many Petition Lilac drives. : and Legion Place, The source" .said Greece, put
remained In effect In many hiough, Ponds' and Johnson" ft medic, Monomlc matter and J Palm Constance, DeLeon and its armed forces In a state of ( frrm Pass On..(

areas cf Dixie despite. .. the. giad- Johnson all scoied gain of a federal finances For example> Capsule | Columha road. immediate readiness and waft also. asked the court to direct the

ual melting cf one. of the. cen "point or mn,.. he has been. citing recently a Witlitlrawals ANNOUNCED that the.'1 .'* attorney to furnish a bill

tury' greatest, snowfalls. \Voik- rPM\ shot up( .I'4'! at Control firm conviction I that fiscal, pindence were to confer this of particular regarding the alleged

men in South Carolina. spent Data' Consolidated Klecttonlc:, la no longer what he. call 1 Of Events afternoon with Dr. George Erlck- Three Men crime with which Ruckner1s

New Year' Day perched on utility ) Electronic Associate' and hymn a rich man s lumie. son nn leasing the county nurs charged.Buckner. .

pole repairing Ire. damagethat :. Industries all picked. up 2'i.' He. believe. the m".AItrod.. Are Submitted log home. < was. arrested by the

knocked out electric. and etal, budgetary. burden" l I. "stag OKAYED the. transfer of Volusl County Sheriff's Dept..
f Die As
phone service.The At 11.M a m. Moot stock nating traditional liheiallum" In. i InDcLand I II (Centinu trim. Ts.. On.) $9000.,()( nom the. salary fund of after Mrs Dcllon signed an affidavit .

64th annual Mummer remained 1 up on the. day with the. United State' and hitting d .taxf*. The' only way to get: out the county library budget to the. charging the. builder with

Parade at Philadelphia> wa several stiong Mny price* parllrulaily. at middle Income' I TAM: F'RlENflfltP" n.t'B) of of paying taxes M' to die," he honk fund. A notice from the collecting $1,3M for repair to her
were. below the dll "'. .. famllle State' Lihiary. advised. that there 'Home9clothed. home The work lepoitedly' was
called off Wf' that Rips
snow sleet and freezing: rain ever. In considerably quieter. JnhnKon, la convinced! the tip- will meet. at 7.tO:: p.m.1o'rIr1oty.. there were people shown on the. In. $ .OOO more available to the. appraised> / by a member. of till

hit the city. The parade wall rescheduled dealings: ward progress of., the. economy. Jan 10, In the Fhelde Room. 1959 tax roll as taxpaver' who county for the matching bookREJECTED (CI>...tIou., frets. I"a,. I'In.J, DeLand and West Voluaia Horn
Union Pacific' ( In 1WI! : will be sustained In 1If! >'. lund. Builders Assn. at "no more than
for Saturday, was 4H; unch : A "brief business meeting will had died years' ago. The taxes None. tit them were'
The Eastern' stotm, contributed mf'r. Tel. 13t'-I!)' up 1,4. ; Xerox But a* part of maintaining I' he followed by the singing of were paid by others and those the bid for a fully eased.' Smoke wa $350."
410:; :2. O"TTIn4': economic progiem.. he wants new' car for County Engineer COMPLAPST FILED
heavily to the New "r'. up up 1 familiar old song led by people couldn't .be counted a* cverywhere.." he said.
holiday traffic death toll which Johns Manville 41' up !14. and experts' "business. confidence. Reginald W. Hunter r. M.I taxpajer William. LeVelll without opening Clyde Bourne., owner of a local Mrs Dellon' .attorney John
broke the record for 30.hour !Stand.': Oil to remain high and he feels the l HOMK niPlRITIKHHe them. Mattingly, filed a complaint with
a of Calif' :VH! $ unrh. Randall) will call for volunteerswith feed 1 mill .said the building ;
holiday period.Single Fold. :SOH{ up *.: Atchison' tali! need for. a evaluation of l government a human Interest story. also stated that the name housing the nursing' home! wa. !State' Attorney Dan Warren'! office
up Ii : Gen. Motors 79'. up 1''_. business IIHiHTIJdHTH relations.orilf.R I There. will .he a display rtf. hobhies. on. the withdrawal\ cards had Fidel Cites Wish built In 1840. He said it had and the. case reportedly. was

Control Data wa 103ty up 2: Mr and Mrs Glen C. Went been checked carefully "TTiey hern used a* s nursing home investigated:: by Oliver Weather-

Death DuPont 239'J! ,. unch., Union Carbide ,Other highlights' from thisauthoritative will .he heist. and hostess for the ate "I puie as Orange' City for the last five' or .six years holt special investigator with the
1211.. 1J.! Coca Cola report" on the areasident's refreshments water but even. Orange. City For 'Nor
up ; 111 nicy' The building was/ a total loss KSB.Weathetholt
outlook and for
115'i offBaine 3j.. .. plans water' can have some impurllo A Negro woman who lived who reportedly is
-twr tn.-nut P,ITi'llf t ." he said.TTaylor a key witness In the'! Bucknercase
Recorded In t'TxPVraws.+ 1964'n "" 1 Cuban the home took
oaten "l\f.l1 l'111a"91firi"lentang . Li3i' NEW> YORK (lurn near nursing in
'* Engineering, wa 34 a offensive"' should : Message; advised that t'lle board Premier. Fidel Castro. I. 1 dWednesday I .several of the elderly patient was assigned 1o Volusla
up 2m' Mead Johnson 23
Local FiresThere !4.; Sjnlex was 12tH4: .. up l\t\ hut communism.he the .n.r.I1.rather' hard than line an un-IOn Backs Regime: I withdrawals. letter. and .Information for normal relation The fire was repotted: under work into .a so'called home repair

seveial, point under the earlier cold shoulder presented. In case of with the' United States hut he I control by '7"1*, a m. jacket after a Fall Grand
high. .. rlmllng i any I a close. coi-nt on the'! number ofpetitions would The building, located Jury recommended a full.scale
: of said Cuba never te- : was on
possibilities teaching an accommodation

wa a single death, by : SAIGON ( PiesictentJohnson'a . filed there could be a pitibeWeatherholt's' << .
I South Main
I with the ,Soviet Nf'II:1; nounce Marxism as a condition Street near the City
tint !in 1963. the DeLand Fire Cilrim Carload message contest: on alleged foigerlea or for thl*. Jail in I this southeast Mslsissippl \ <. absence. from theprevteusty
Dept reported today comparedwith UnionNow of support will stiengthen the on who withdrew. their name. scheduled hearing reportecily -
said town of
I IA the time, the Chief At the same time Castro about 7,000 per .
.. Internal political position of He' would take. thecommlsaionci due his
three death In the prevl. predicted! It was to beinghospltalled
MAVKV rt' he'! felt "it was possible" that sons.
Executive feel for
i to push new
Otis )war. .rre.Als,* tin' .. *".t tress it., South Viet Nam's military rulers "a couple"months I been > In Orlando I Th.fI.leo'l .
would have "an
I there
: beak He I III <
anal through on
anE( Vt.tabls lasOSeuss in. .peace observers said
diplomatic determine the' sufficiency
The victim. Gertrude Holt, died ',Lana' ... to eventual normalization"' "between attorney was not represented
acutely .n"lIltn the fact
Nov. 27, 1963 in a Gainesville) I.. tells,. 14 tar arsn.fruu. tats today. of the. petition. but Corn countries unrl..rthf' Crews Face at the hearing. nor was
Medical Center' from burn suf- .5.555... : 1\7' '."'. .r'",.. I.a.. .I.I., that .last: and West stand. on a The Piesldcnf message' ; to missioner Jim Dixon said he. the two administration. He \, any official tequest. for postponement .
Pi. by hnai 1 WI nuclear This Kennedy
h. nhe >
5rsrfrull precipice hiring "
fared In a fire at her. home at irurN. . a511 I ar.i.frnll. ,. 4' n. the Saigon government: arrived\ thought: they would cnmpl..lelhrlr said he was not sine what filed", with Judge Hf'lry.Thf' .
221 Center fit in October. 'rant... :sofa t.srrln.a. . It.a cannot wait until after the at a critical juncture In South work in two or three. weeks. elate'. attorney's office
Ln.e1Nt: toast i 'l. tI",",,,* crspcrriili.. election to mount a peace offensive President Johnson "is going: to Task
Firemen .. Virt Nam's war against the The recommendation, of the Large was Informed by Judge Heley tot
answered 21 alarms Jts.iv rsn.... Jln| t.n.>rl. ..., \ He think It would be rio> .about Cuba"
In 1963'in' which property. damage .. ." lm|>.... for a hiprxna. 1".1! ) Viet Cong Communtltlll.d.. Slate' Tflrector' of the Division. of The remarks day rif the" teschedulrd! hearing.
f till' MS hn. eC.sneer "muddle' headed", for the. United / premier's were
There' was no immediate. 'reaction Corrections that the commission- Judge Heley said witnesses in
wa set at 131013. acoord- v rrrti t tr..... *rrfrull. .. State to fait to peek made during: a New Year's Day DeLand public works crews'
leg to the annual report." A total .,JSfc TM nrana.. .'.a ;*V I.,. peacesimply fiom the military Junta era build n new Jail or renovatethe telephone Interview from Ha.tans . will pick up between" 3,000 and the case' and the' lit...."'* attorney
because afraidof
: we" are .
of IT hours and eight minute !1..1,57 hnBoliiis9>.. a isnn i> total St "being taken In bv Communisttactic to Johnson's letter whlb'Ita present one was not acted with American, Broadcasting t.Vn!;( ( discarded. Christmas! bees will .he notified. by official letter.

was spent la the year fighting *. Me I IA confident" the nation addressed to the c'hllm.n, of upon. : Co. new. reporter Lisa within the next week' accordingto
fires.Largttt. the revolutionary council Ma. ). Chairman Hairts Saxon said
B G. Ford
Howard. superintendent. ol
I III fully alert to turn tactic .
blaze wa on Mayat 9 Son after 1% yen of cold war.Johnson Gen Duong Van Minh. I that Director Louie \Valnwright Speaking. In English: throughout the department.Adding .
the Hut the government':: new" should l .he advised. that the commission's .
DeLand Bowl. N. Orange '- I I. confident that the half( hour Interview Castro :: to the work lead Fordsaid
Ave which wu owned by Gary the. economies planned for fist agency/ : published the text in hands are tied and no said "it belong to the United will be> about '.000 cubic

JlfaJmN .e. Los in the lire was Is First Baby cal lHv1! \ will lead. to a pattern. acted full Diplomatic' nhxcrvcrs to Jnhnsnltamessage ie- j action can .he taken.! States. government. to takethe yards of boxes. and packagingaccumulated :
favoiably "
$108.000. .
which, will reflect Itself In fls- next step" In any move to over the holiday
for srvcial .
cal 106! hude"tln"t" la enthusiastic : reason testore' normal relations. Ford urged householder to !

LATE SPORTS Of New Year about the\ policies and 15 It; appealed. for to withdrawal wipe. out the ot Airport Lease . For our part we me assist.. the department by piling

performance ot Budget Direct target ready to sneak, but, of the Christmas .trees on. top ol
leer 1 Kermit (Cordon.One ; most United States military' Is Seen normalize lelatlons, it can the boxes and packaging in older te,

(Onrnu! ..4 frm r... An.r. problem of budget; cutting personnel from Viet Nam The Okay never. he over conditions of renouncing to keep. winds from scatteringthe

Carleii GetsTate's Ira Drug Center: chlld'a rocker In the nesldenta, opinion !
Roberson,k Furniture: doren la that too many departmentand the White House following the Del.and'1 airport manager Never can we renounce our made hy trash crews all soon a.
September visit to Viet Nam by Virgil P Sander, met today said. possible Ford .said.
diapers. Peat-den's Pharmaev, ; agency officials ere. an Influenced Marxism, he
Post 1.I" merchandise' Pam's Child- bv the. population, Defense Secretary Robert Me- with the. airport, flying: facility 'superintendent asked also! ,

i en'a Shoppe' ; bouquet' of. flowers growth) and certain built In cost. I Namaia.When operator.. A. (". Yonally. concerning that houfteholdei keep leaves .

delivered. to mother's room. Stetson e-f government that I they accept that troop announcement A revised lease under and brush separated when placing
,ATLANTA lUTI) Jim Car. Flower Shop; $10 saving Increased upending a* inevitable. was made, many Vietnamese which the facility would, be ObituariesFrank trash for collection. When LOANSBY
1 lea one of the assist-' It a* a sign
joungest account Barnett National\ Bank: He. regard this attitude at unwise operated.No leave and brush or other trash
tant teaches) on the! Georgia silver baby nip Lea Ferrell. and the United States' would start : detail conrei' nine the are mixed Fort\ noted It requiresmore

Tech staff today was .named.. Jeweler; crib spread Pennev't: unwarranted.ICCiu'rll withdrawing from Viet Nam In meeting at which YonaUy' at H. Phillip time for pickup by: crewsTestAuthor . .
head defensive' coach to replace .. 14t3 regardless of tile stage. of
one case. baby food. Food Fair! t"1John Mattlngly, also was
Charles Tate who left to become : sterling. ..silver comb and .brush. ( Lab Set the guerrilla war against the present weie leleased. But Frank Hanson, Phillips, M, a

head football coach at the set, Larry Smyre.: Jeweler, and Communist. indication are that a satisfactory resident of 110 E Michigan: Ave. Dies ROSS

University of Miami. one case of baby fond Klrkisnd'sSuperinar Peter Steven: president of --- agu: 'e.ment between' Tonally Orange City, for 18 years. diedat

Tech coach Bobby Dodd announced ket.Duel Roehr. Products Co.. Inc., a Batista's Homo and the city has been reached. his home Monday Dec 30. at ST. PETERS nunr; un _

that Carlen was moving subsidiary ol Brunswick Cn."., The revised lease probably will 4:30 pm.A Dr. Arthur Slnton Oil, authorof Voluila Loan Co.. Inc.

up from his asslgnement ot haa announced, the opening; of. a Sold To Church: .... presented to the city commission retired! farmer he ,. All horn the famed Otis Aptitude Test

tae past three seasons a* an a,. I Seen /><'/">'r'fl l research: laboiatory In Ciroton.. for approval at its In Allegheny County Pa, end died here Tuesday night at the LOANS T. 1600

slstant defensive' coach M.II.. DAYTONA REACH ,lUPI regular meeting' Monday was a member. of the FirstPresbyterian age: of 77.Funerel.
Weal Indiana,
Carlen 50: graduated from The lanniatory will be Involved Th. St. Demerrio Greek' Orthodox Probably Included In the new Church DeLand.He 1. arrangements were '
Tech In 1939 after lettering In I : between Defense Minister with a variety of r researchand . Churches said today, it 1ea* will be. provision for la survived' bv his wife Incomplete! I'h"l1U: 1.1321
Leopoldo Snare and former Air
football for three >.ear... He. Secretary Martin R. Cairo d".I"rm.ntnrk aimed at had purchased" the horn ot operation by Tonally of the new. Mis, Bertha N. Phillips, Orange -----

spent three years In the Air I In bast.been appeared the creation of new product and former Cuban president. ."" ,.n. constructed terminal. Sander CltvPrivate! .
Force, the last "two coaching a early today for said last week terminal funeral, service wan
mamitertuilng' ; .proee *ea coin rutlsta here.Father .
for at least 34
service team at Wiesbaden. hour postponed lloehr and its parent company John r. Athas said would have to go: Into opeiatlnnby held Wednesday with Dr. Hugh. Fresh-Never Frozen!!

Germany which won 21 games Second for the two men met Steven, said.! Batista, who now. lives on an Jan. 1$ when South Central Ash pastor of the First Presbyterian

while losing only two and tying four time Wednesday' night and The laboratory will be under. Island off" the toast of Portugal Airlines will begin flag.stop service .Church officiating. Burial

one. early today apparently without the general direction of Thomas sold the house for $.13.000 because at the local airport. will be later.Lankford FLA. OR. a-FRESH FROM: OCR FARM-TENDER.
He 'Joined the Tech coaching reaching C, Stout \ice .president of Roehr It was to be .used by the Tonally and the city have been Orange City Chapelwaa I
agreement on arrangements
staff in 1918.: and served on the for what had been Product Co. Technical director .church though he had paidn.VW at odds for months over negotiating In charge of arrangements

freshman and B team coaching expected to he a meeting with ot the laboratory'. activities: will for It In 195T.Athas the new lease. Apparently FRYERS. .Ib. 25c

staffs until being ,named. a varsity pistols at dawn today. be Dr. John A. Roberta, formerly said a church would b! operation of the terminal and I'rall.RolJ rts . .

coach prior to the 1961 seasort. ..TtLtnb .__ with Arthur D. Little Inc., Cam. built next to the three. and one- application by the city of a fixed FLA. OR. A-FREKH FROM: OCR FARM
bridge. Mass. half story house and th. house percentage against< the opera Miss Praucy Abigail Roberta, -TOUNO

Carlen I I. a native ot Cookevllle $un1'tt1fPshnst.d : Itself would be used for aneducational te>r'. gross re> were at the n. died at 2 :20 p m. yesterday

Tenn., and played his Telllh'FAl11MR building. bottom of disagreement. at "'..Volusla. Memorial Ho. HENS lb. 29c
high school football these dalr, .&a..i.s $alunia' I pltal where she had been. a pa . . .
> jaws r4 roMi-ih ;
r July
"Jim will make us a fine (d.- Labor la1hsnk.n.'wls. a,.JChnxmta Sr v...... ...... ,..-......., tent. for eight dav*. t%* Chlckc filth
fenslve ca. c .h.. Dodd said. ':r r>.Ltt.<. f...Mt" ..hi..f lee Msn InventoryPe A resident. e>f Albany Ca she Th Real Chides Flanr w* Rsls 'J!:_
"be wa sought by several etaor CemiKiti. ai 115 uvuih \\ "; I.B J Aleue..r.a I a uf.2 .had been visiting for tse put lb.. oRaiFRE ? .....rt Every D.rl
lx>v4W ar4. fwtsM, rin ass.r .:::=:::: R'duefl FL& iv.ioiroiRD7.; : :
scaeela but decided to stay Ca,. Atr of Saaarh 1. !(:,. S w.4 PA..Laaa : .Rr tire week with .her sister. Mr*. : !
,'Ia_ *."*.. *.*.4 .* O.ta.*. :;: : .. it it ( ..l D.Ul. & Close I
with us. He has a keen football i r ...nrf*. __===::: F. E. Ceetwr sue dsasser St., ,, Eggs 3J1 SMALL: LX.eL
rabid a4 will do a good Jon" J..h.. M Mary. It. ....... J' ..... t'N..a4.. h to1'.a SALE DeLand. SKe was bars Feb. 15, E.601
- M.r...l. Wtlrk. Vtr rr... as.6.n.ral e _::::::.::.::::::. at r --.t ims in TaUapfMvaa. Ca.

Ancient people believed dogs Krtltnr.; ..*M........ J M.J' rHo H ..V\A.h...l."tHr..l.t.,, r:;=..iri--:: U : .,era 01 Other, survivor Indue! acv Rename TMrista Oae An nay Cte.ea1 T,....r*

Jab R Hlr* Cln-ntaxiAn bier .... '' ._. .. ..
Mil! niece and .
dete nephews.Private
d spirit and foretold RATION!. CRP.HNVTATIVP5 1.Ast.iw .__..._ 11 NMeaty
death's approach by nocturnal Jebn H > rrT A...rt i.. I* W. . _Uh ___ a. U funeral service was THE CHICKEN
44 I1owUn
lt |NH -4niil Mtl.aarna.'ntnrtn'1 (rin. ...__.wo_._. 55 41
RATri, 5 ewwa.s .. ... St Ix valtr+ Chapel of Memories of LanktnrdFuneral '
TOO LATE 10 CLASHTV W.. f........r "'.. tsar, S:1| ant, S..* 1 :: w.ea _...:::. ::.. 55 5et'SIN.A.tpnaC Home with 0J.. Harriet *. FLORENCE: ASM LET POULTRY FARM
mo.ilv,. stole Tares. m On. meats, St tt. On. .. ..i 55.. :.: : :::::. .s 5R.a.'th ;; % Griffith officiating Ml K. BRHCKFOMD PHONIC RB: 4tSUSnow
LoaTI ti f.", ... Pemien ..... It* te..t 1. 1),. y_r. tai l. .ta The body win be sent to Aaalston. Aa. L... .
hinds I saS watts.IaiwAkb. month flora '!".. asvata. I*.**, ee i.oes1r.: .:..=::= U ii hoary O..N. ails Draw, e... eS Ch....
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71 : tlr, CLEARANCE

; Vatican Officials Precede m 41' i i ll 1 I ;

_, tl i t II' i
n dose out on demonstrators and 1.-3 of a kind bun

tl Pope Paul To Holy Land r '(S+ $ cUsccnmts on out or seas n JDerI''hlnH1ru.'

! VATICAN CITY IUPI An (fin Amman King Hussein announced -
advance! party of Vatican official plans tit visit.. the Jon
, *. prelates and newsmen danian sector of Jerusalem per*
j beaded tor Amman, Jordan, to. sonally to insure that "all preparations .
day to prepare for Pope Paul for the Pope visit. are. New Akro Rubber 3-Pc. Jumbo I
historic pt grimag to the Holy satisfactory H* railed on the ;\. !
Land people of Jordan tn fulfill your s'J Welcome Door Mat Salad Bowl Set
The Pope leases Saturday on I duty toward our great and dear. : 'idY

a three. .day trip to Jordan and guest: !\ Pope. Paul and give a l 1" owl D1at tend namdlea Oa
Israel to pray "most humbly clear picture of Jour unity and Toe For'El.nQaaaalagt
and<< briefly on the land whoreChrtat life.") Mlah'a Perk" asa

l t walked. lie will be the

history lint Roman to make Catholic such a pontiff pllgiimS In. Health Plan'Pushed' J. Giant Value Lt $ 00 Rig Value $

a w 1st' x 21' Sites At Tht Lao Price ...
The 66.}PAr-oid pontiff'* pit

Image 1 will he rlnuhlv historic 4j. . a enlist|i rnbher mat at this tiny prlr l Add ealeP t.e aar. diate. take' t Tf'IIrI"' dmtr* ., two
berauHe it will provide' the oc< ,-." Tastefully' styled to add distinction tn perch or hal). translucent ruby, area shade. Dmp 10H
caxjnn for a meeting In Jn"usa. By ......... . way CkootM rd* green *r black. Quantity limited t bawl with lilt* .. c7oJ'c.. spoon .twUimsfrmo

lam" with Patriairh Athenagnr: .- ; ...
as 1 of ConstantinopleIstan" j j. '
bull 1, leader of the Eastern; Or t;.
: ---- -
thndox Chuirh which rplit with GOP Salons MOST WASTED MAN-Timothy Oouldinff. 61. II the, kindof

Home more than 100 \rars ago.MKKTS man most wanted by the New York City Police depart' aatttana"Naa,1.nDW
: RtATFH I ment. The department now has two openings for full-time FREElQ

They ale sohwlulr-il to rtv et W.MnTNC'TON: Sunday at the residence.. nf the Republican\ senators' are> pushIng .. hoeing horses or. as ad might read the equivalent- 1M r
apostolic! dplplItl'< ; on the", Mount : M public prixate' plan of Job pays $24 a day; all interested please apply.

of Olives and Monday' at the health "benefits they believe will - ---- F
------ ---
rlltl'lan'hllt. provide a basis for ending the
There has tern no such meeting concessional!. Impasse' over '
.since! Patiiaith. Joseph, of medical care for the. need::: Caslro l11c7Big' I Quotes I 16.pc.Dinnen'are
Ccinstantinnpln cam. to Italy In In a IIllIt..m..nt.f'iln..dllv.. I !Weirs]
1438 to toe Pope Eugene IV Inan the GOP senators said they; I 1
unsuccessful attempt to end would Introduce! legislation In Set --
..... ..
the split the new session. of Congress. tit Parade Pr Uw'era l..t..1
Th.. papal, trip prated innuniPiahle ... WASirtNGTON: T.ep H. R "eun without charts
full of
make! use private le .
for oprninsr or fep n GENERAL fj": ELECTRIC
problems, nf physicalaiianjtements .sources and initiative a< well Cross. R Iowa. complaining that Ire an account.,ith any
President Johnson. had l usurped I
protocol, neciiilt 1' \
as Social Security financingThe :. purchase of $:195: or
>., diplomacy and press. coverage . mca uie la "based. 1 on leeommcndallons . Set In Cuba the money contioiling peroga' I more.
E.\erv department In the of the. National ayes of Conciet. especlallv tnthe
Vatican laced unprecedented Commission.... on Health Care tor matter ol U. S. wheat' salesto ,
task associated with (lie. Russia.. :
the Aced: fomiivl: In I'MiS! at the
..cTRlT\ MI.ASl; RKSUepoits : Theie followed one. nf I thewoirt :
suggestion:::: ' of Sen Jacob Javits, MIAMI aiPTi Premier
( from the. Ixiaell. HN.Y. Fidel Castro starts his .sixth,' . orgies of pressure, andpower ,
Sector\ of Jerusalem said the Sponsoring.. ; the legislation.. withtavits year In power today with a . politics ever Inflicted UP TO
most Intense. "cUI"lty, measuies.. . ate Sens.. Cliffoid P speech and a gigantic: par' upon the. House,, by a president.'
In Israeli history III ie under Cane UNI John ShermanCnnpe I ale( piohflhh' featuring his. 1 le. and his political sohorts I
WBN for the Pope'. I".hnur I", n Kp ;Kenneth n glme. made in Moscow, military ,
Sunday xl'lt to Nn/Jiicth, the heating:. R N.Y., Thoman IIKuihrl might JOHNSON::! CITY TexPtesidrnt 36 Months

nclrnt settlement whore. Jesus n Unlit and MargaietChase .. 1'h. Tf:! .v car.old preratler I I tohnson. announcinghe ,
up and preached t Smith. K.Maine will nominate Edwin M Martin
Slew marks mi.i. HOTTI.":" i r I .sel/uie of power In .'''RUIII'Y. foimcr assistant.. secrelaryof . S20995
state' for Intel'Amei'lean Affal
medicatepioponal J9)9.:) with a Sovlelstvli I .* parade .
[Sow You )Know The admlmstiatlon ) .. to he U. S. ambassador To
for financing health through::: Havana RevnlullonSquare ,
",... to Argentina:
By Unltrrt I"t i .t..1Thl' rain for the aged through:: an "I am tnuntlng,;: on him to j
oldest Gieek letter col increase In Social Security. Cantio. appmontlv confident .
the bonds of
loge fiHt In the
tA'I.l is bottled: up : and mutual assts... ...
fi icndshlp ALL
!! Is Phi Beta Kappa. which \\avs A Means Committee" he has .solid Russian.. support which united' 1 Argcntina ON No Money Down!
tame alieady -
was nicanlied on Dec !%. 1T7Rat It has encountered sharp opposition faces a possible. new diplomatic and the United States" .
William and Mary Collce: in fiom nome Republicansand challenge. later this month :
\\illlamsbuiB VA.. according. to the American\ Medical) Assnclation A five' nation Investigating .
NEW DELHI Indian Pilme 11.00 A Month
the \Soild" Almanac] who say It would hea committee Is expected"' to make Minister.. Jawahailal Nehru. te ApplianceBuys
.. toward socialized medt, public the. results' of Its probe
'_"_NO"'" m" step plying to a question.. about
of that the. Caitioitessmuggled
cine. charges:
PenthouseBeauty would 1: tens of Into whether he pUns to retire. soon:
The Javits meanuie : arms
... .
"I someday III retie
1 provide. hospitalization\ .skilled. Venezuela for use! by Commu suppose !
but Ive for that now
no plans
:. .
nursing and home c''I'i for all nisi teirorNtsINTIN" .
Sl'oltl' citizens over fiT: covered. by So. M \ : R :UTIONHlatln : RAN!'< FttANOSCO' Mrs. .
dial Security. Care. for those.. not American diplomatic]
Margaret Mount ford. comment
under Social I Security would be nuaiters say .substantiation of hei HXlth hll'lhrill1). '
ins on
} Mr. Michel I financed from general. tieasury he charge,; could lead to unit.. which was attended\ by ZOO persons .
funds cd hemisphere sanctions against
and Medical, surgical. and l other OMio Five 1 Latin nations still. BWIl1G.A.R'At8Pc. <
"J I got: so excited I never even
Mitt Joy health care nerds. mirplementalto maintain relations with his i'evolutionary : BIG FAMILY
I thought: to drink my whiskey"Ihrs
r- Social I Security benefits regime:
I would be provided under. a 111'1.I Top Communist 1 leadeis leaf I
110 Wilt Rich Avenue Mite |nsuian rhone RE 4.3026 financeat minimum Castro.. against "U. S Imperial The volunteers will ha\e a tJ.
i coat tn the Individual; I-m" In yearend statements lot of fun" raid Frank Tlghe, i 10-curFT.; :
real estate for therallrnnd.
KI-rmlln. manager:
The ,plan' would Involve' prtgate fiom the .
firm b> allowing all The. government Is nvbili/mg Juice Sets Can Opener _
BUYMAYTA health Insurance companies, to hundreds nf thousands of of -:::. . . . . :. . . .
pool their risks in .providing. 1111I1I'l'Int..nll"rl' Cuban woikPIS Big 4.Oz.( $ r"l' GENERAL ELECTRIC
care at minimum font.. Also, it In revolution equate' for the :: BUILD WITH Chiller ..L SET Value 8107
would give state and private. or paradeCaMio.
ganlzations a hand in helpingadminister Is expected to deliver j : BRICK Six the what the Communists. In ('hlnadescilhe ,, p chiller in an a bargain prir Lock
program : ..
- . I Wt Carry The largttt!! attractive; rift. box Gay l opens any alre or
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4 eruKD crtotnA) SUN mws THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 11N1CCta | I II WinderweedleAre Susan Turner Weds
I Miss Wimberly Lt.
Social Notes ,

and Comments I Wed In Fort Myers ChurchSatin Douglas Johnson In

\) Women rroree and. 1\1.... lUhrrt Ktt I bows Ivy Luna and Miss Joan Santlnl.! Double Ring Rites

Slulr. WUllamstown. M..... "'.8.1 (lowers marked tile Miss Barbara Lupo attended the I
9 ,*' ; 1M houa guvsta ut Mr. and at. at the wedding' of (andhlt"j! bride's book. A double-.Hng ceremony united'
O' n .., HUNTER. Kdilor Jan_ :.MrNMt W. """' Mae Wlmberly and For a wedding Ulp. to Maryland I In marriage Miss Susan. Kay
Avr., over New Year's Kve.lrot. I Ellxon1n..rwSl.* Atlanta. Ga. and Washing
(lair. who la swimming I p.m. Saturday" the First I ton. D.C., Mrs.. Wlnderweedkchanged I Turner. New Smyrna ]each. andI
1 coach at William's College together Christian Church In Ft. Myers. to a white Italian knit I Douglas M. Johnson, at 3 p.m.
Auxiliary with Mrs. Male bad been Dr. Erie Dance conducted the 'I suit coffee, colored accessoriesand Deo. :24: 196.1 In the pastor'

attending! the College Coaches, double-ring ceremony; In a set- I orchid corsage. I study, First. Baptist Cliuix-h. The
swim forum held annually at ling of potted palma white clad- The bride will Intern teach at
Honors StudentsAt Fort Lauderdale during the loll stock! chrysanthemum. and Allen Park School In Ft. Myers;! Rev John Howell f flea ted at
I Christmas holidays lighted tapers. In branched can until June, when ahllt .will join the ceremony.The .
delabra. Nuptial music was I Lt. Wlnderweedle In Okinawa.A bride Is the daughter of
Mr. and Mr( *. heals. HrlfHand by Miss Linda Brown graduate. of Ft. Myers!' High !; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Turner.
Holiday DanceIn son Tommy and daughter organist and Mrs 1(. T. Veale. I School, the bride was a majorette i I New Smyrna Beach and the
Anne Ploiiocr. Ohio. were the soloist. junior and senior class i bridegroom Is the son of :>11', and
a netting. of bcnuty I and grar'ouMiena holiday\ guests of their uncle and The bride Is the daughter! of treasurer. member! of band. )Junior Mrs. B. M. Johnson Jr., of this
the .Lake> Ileresford aunt Mr. and :Mr*. Frank IU-U I. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Monroe Crosby : class play. Student Council, t city.
Yacht Club Auxiliary entertained 1110 N. Garfield AVP. IM. and ."1. Myers. and the' granddaughter Future! Teachers Latin and Cotillion : The bride chose!' for her wedding
Mrm. William Oall. nonwrOhio Club Mrs.. Wlnderweedle' blue wool Jersey two -
recently with" a fctl\e. holiday of Mrs.. May Taylor of I a piece
tUiu-o: iur lieu i wmht r'. childrenIn were recent holiday gurstsIn 4, r DeLeon Springs Lt. Wlnderwee. is majoring In elementary education suit with Mack a'O'880rle.nd
high school and their friends. I he Krltrl home. die Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. at Stetson University where her corsage was two miniature
Roosevelt Klctiardwm and Ills :Mr' and Mm. Billy Mnulb.1 William Dixon Wlnderweedle of she Is a senior She is a memberof white! orchids.
band! furnished the munlc for and children Mellwut' and Jetlre Winter Park. Alpha Chi Omega Sorority amajorette The. couple! are residing at 5t.1:
dancing from t to 11 p.m. at UiClubhouse. >, who have been spending Given In marriage by her 1 and Student Adviser.Mr. E. Rich Ave. The bridegroom Is
Refreshments! were the holidays with Mr. Mntlth- father the bride was attired. In Wtnderweedle. graduatedfrom employed by the State Road Department

served. during\. the evening from deal'i.. parents, Mr and Mr*. a formal gown of skinner satin Winter Park High School, ..
a table covered with a red tablecloth Thonu. MmU........... Virginia i I I and reembroldered Alencon .lace.The where. he was a member of the ------ -- -
centered with red tapersIn Haven Homes. left. recently for fitted bodice was designed Wildcats. football team. A graduate
afipropi' late candleholders. filter their home in Norfolk, % s. I"I'p Ilirtlnltiy /-1Ili. with a. lace-Mged: neckline! and of Stetson University, he wasa King's Beauty Shop
punch bowls graced the table I tapered sleeves.. The semi boll member of Delta Sigma Phi .
I/.V. N. aura (Akw 0..1'5.Cases
Chapfionea were Mr. and Mr' F. <(<'. Vlgln.rle. St. PetersI! I skirt was highlighted[ with lace fraternity and Beta Alpha Sigma MB boos
Mrs Fred l Manclnlk and Mrs. burg and Mr. revel Mn>. UlllUm ] Pink. while' and multi-colored bstloona decorated" the home of I medallions\ cascading to the hemline business fraternity. A second
Joseph A. Scarlett IIrit/'I'u-IIr I Gundell.. .. Da>tona }teach were j Mr sod Mrs. Leon Barnard. LOT Gilbert St., as friends and relative' and an obi sash ending In athapel lieutenant In the U.S. Army Ordinance $10 WAVE $5
Attending<< were. .: Baroa Given. holiday guests of Mr.: \ and Mr*. B..U> 'red recently to celebrate with Miss! Debbie. Carol Bsrnsrd on uain. A double: crown of at t Aberdeen Proving SF1 CULI
Joe Wllkcrson. Rue. HI shop, Jan Day III ItobltMon.. Lake Wlnnemisactt the occasion. of her second birthday anniversary which occurred pearls and crystals held her Around; Mil.. Lt. Wlnderweedle a Operates. .
Heir. Mary T. Clark, Jon Herr I Mr. and Mrs, Lamar J, Allen. 1 Dr. j ji j Ore 25.Present, bouffant veil of imported Illusion.She . will be assigned to the U.S. Army ... .A.pelrf..... Neeeesarr
Dirk !iHrn.... Martha Pollard Plernon./ are announcing the engagement i I for the event" were" Dfbble's maternal carried a pray cr. book topped( Ordinance Group at Okinawa fur
John (.add)'. Kate Brown. Hob / and approaching Recent. truest in the. home ofRPM. slid Mr.*. Prank AndrO' and Mr, Hernard .
Apgar.: Jim Luttrell. Cecil MeNeeley. marriage of their daughterBrenda )Ire Eva Bernard, DeLeon Hpriniii : uncle Wester. Branton: lilies of the valley and butterflyrows of town guests Included
: Jim Haves, Norman: Joyce, to Thomas,, Edward !: been the parents of lice.Meese. cousins", Sandra and Sammy Bratiton: Mr.*. O.mld Tower and son centered with an orchid. Mr. and Mrs J. H. Hunter and
Mannour Becky McAfee, Donald blbbn. son ol Mr and : :.Mr.' and Mro' Bernardttee'1e Rusty, Mrs. Neal Carper." JnckMmvllle., and Mr W. C Oullrdgr. .\ltrml.inlH In I (Cincinnati. Ohio AllOt
Hunter HI. Gay DfRolph.( Mrs. Torn Olbbs. KmpurlaEmporla .. 'IIr. and !tOp Robyn. Attendants were Mrs. Richard : Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Taylorof PORE OLE LES SEZ
mil Harton, I'at 1t4t., Don Wha- sill ties. Meeiw'n sister and family, .. Ackcrt. . I ; :
Church matron of Mrs.John
Baptist ------- ----- -- ----- -- -- - honor DeLeon Springs: Mr. and Mrs.
ten Sharon Smith Jim :Nurcunk.: be Uw> 1tCC'''. ol' the wedding :\ and :Mn. Harold KIrchneran French Jr Miss Penny. Edwin: Wurges Mr. and Mrs. W, H You Don'l Knov
Jr.. Mike Manclnlk, Johnny MoNeeley I Feb. U. at 1:30: p m. ] anti !Slevle. (Yldercville.Ohi UCW Of VolusiaList Hunter of Albany.' GR' Mrs. R. Rosenfflt. Mr. and Mrs, NolJfFlagg. i
I TJItske Zit man. Wlloy Miami Alien attended Taylor | > "....pitnl Rrcortt Frank (Lamb of Gainesville' and and Mr. and Mrs.. Paul

Clayton. Hurry Sp"" '''!>'. Zane. Yakots high school l in Pierion" whrreh \Mr. Hush. : :MrKiilry: "1'.. Fish.; I /"'fOlt 1'ohisiit; :Miss. Ann Allison, bridesmaids. Wrenn.. of Winter Park; Mr. and Your Jeweler"LES
Rich Hint// :. !Stefany' Yakols. I I '*s< a member ol the" VILA Sin Mill t' entity! IVan will They were cUt-ased. Identically In I Mrs Richard Laing of Lakeland;

Ginny Hathaway I I Tlio -irrooni-elpct attended "|K'Mk at I ho annual l confeience' i I ire . ....r... fr.... la.1.eI Special Days emerald green' floor length I Lt. and Mrs Thomas Wrenn. of FERRELL
Also: John Welch. Joe BadUuff I Pterson HlgU School and., Upreneiitly tin trusties. of !North; Carolina's:, .... r........ MIn. sheath gowns of peat d.* sole : Fort Uenning, Ga. : and Mr and ,
( Steve fates: Gale. Gnnd| employed" by: BtaQnell nlllt Itt I Institution In WinstonS D.Ls.. ..... ..... t..ar1, tjled with bateau n win., Shannon (Logan Jim Me 'I Ferneries. Plrrmon'tn, :N.: (' tomorrow For Current YearMrs. length ...h'E'.nd bell --. -- -- JEWELERS
Gregor. Anne! t.\011'nlnl| Buster -.--- --- -----. .-- --- F'Ish. :MrtiwlrlalkUm..lov't kha|>ed ovrrsklrts. Their short Kentucky. Massachusetts 111 N rrii Mvlsvard
Jones Gall;/ Wrl ht. Jimmy :... Alice H. Schaefer.. newlyeleetwl veils were. attached to matching I Pennsjlvania and Virginia carry
Gashlns, IVirbara Shatter. Cairn For WomenOn headbands. They mauled crescent the word "commonwealth1 I
bn I Northiidge:.: and Mlkt.. Doutheny Tips Former Residents president of I the 1'nited( bouquets ,of white carna in their official titles.
James ..
1 Mitiical: S. Hammond.
Church Women of West Volusia. - -- -- --- -------
Janice Splvey lions.
Fuller Alexandra Scnrletl I II Orlando; :Mrs..( Florida. Tl. ICrrdaw.:: entertained the board .
executive :011'lnd"'wt."P, 1. served his
ry Meyers.. Sharon Elklns, l>onMKTomb. Losing Friends, '!Adopt Daughter :Norfolk.: N.Y :Mrs.. ChnrU-s. C.Cll.s I[ and committee chairmen at a son as l bet l man. Ushers were Friday & Saturday Specials!
\ : Kathy: Walker and ( ; II. GuinrKvillo. Chandler coffee :hour at the home: of her Frank Lamb. Richard Idling of
Jack I lo<..ka Jay | Mr.! and Mrs Turn Sing. Sharon, DcLand Hotel. sister Mrs., John Forbes. In DeBary. Lakeland Lt. Thomas Wrenn of .
Alienating People I SinillHovMi. N.Y.. Mlhh' to annouuce Surgical : George Allen. 101 Monday moming. Ft. Henning, Postle EntertainsAt ; the adoption of an Infant I I Ki-mlia< Ave: Katherine: and It was announced that the (Peter Ramsey, and Edward . . .
Joy "y IIL'11 MILLIrr.ea.lsaiwr : I daughter who has IHHMI name
Club Enterprl.P; .two, [oil Ann Sing. The young ladyttelgiitfd 1 Church Women wlll be held on Lamb nephew of Mr Winderweedle 35
Tourist Party I rumen who Ic** 'liU-ml-i I and ) nine ponds, at birtli. u.\nss 11( the third Wertnenctay of each I was ling beai-er. a %o% ,
I I allonat |XH.|>Uf mire among: thisI \o13 the Sings hate two month at 9-.10 ..m In the Parish Mother of the bride, Mrs. Crosby opal ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
Joy Poatle entertained. mem other chtldicn., t;lar 12- chose a gold silk chiffon
glnup.The > ) '-I..y. LVfth King.: 131 S. Adelle House of St. Rnrnnh.m Episcopal
.hers.. of the Ik'land TotirtHt Club I gal l who l U slwaa ex- raid: and Beth Mho Is t\vo) eats- Ar.'tUUam: C. Tcrwtlllger..: !S2SXV. : Church. All women of West Vo- cbealh dress. matching accessories DeLand Pastry Shop
Monday night: In the l>-Landtumor j I I and a whit mbidium orchid
Ih.0..1. to hal>|'.-0 and I University. Ave. : Mrs.. 1k'lore lush churches are Invited to
salnrld) l lchalk peeling old.The
School with I
High M. Schoh. Deltary EltonIVteii them and urged toattend. COI'liajteFor: her' !son's wedding
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and fOr FlorIda 1 tan |miitt.\ out flaws In any ,paternal grandparent are meetings are 208 North Boultverd Phase Rf 4-4254
sketches songs 1, :Mr. and Mrs., Major Sinn. N. i i 150-J) Clearvlew" Ave. ; .First,. meeting of the JI- Mrs. Wlnderweedle selecteda II
bird |plan. I'hlppen Ave, I TlHinias J. Mon-ls. 16 S. fnixerfclty )car. will be held Jan. IS.: I mimosa brocade dress, matching III
The New York Club will meet Tin. woman who can't maker accessories. and a corsage of I
-- ---- - ---- Cr. Deborah Ca wron.I
tonlghl at 8 at I the Tourist. Club onWest up hw mind-*ven when .she! Is I: : The following' ( special days and cymbldium orchldii.Itereptlwn.
Hinvry A...... .or a Tu.ndll" I doing nothlno;'twaeInuivuautour i Volusia 1UG. OES, I II I Orange City; Paul Booker III.( I chairmen for these. days were SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT TO
5*" Florence Avert James T.
I announced The WoiKi of
.. covered' d- ldt whether' : Day !
Please bring a than lining!: to .. :
Mrs.Kvelere Pedestal baskets of whitemums
'Advance West! 73H N. Houlevard; I for 14 will be held in
advice. chicken orthe jObs-erve I I' Prayer
table Anyone creamed
ills!" and own to boathlt '
I and and
: I wls, Orange City : the First Methodist Church. of gladioli Ivy ALL HEARING AID USERS.
from New York Slate l III car \ fruit |1,1"1" on a menu Volusia. Chapter tint' Order. of Mi-. Alfred T. Singleton, 12 4S! 1k-fand. Feb. 14. with M..... Jerom I potted palms decorated, Fellowship
Utility hulled I to attend The one who .U so Intent on Kasteiti Star will meet In the !' N. GarHeld. Ave.! : Deborah Mac :Newman.: serving as chair- I Hall for a i-eceplion given In the Wed Volutla Area!
It was announced that thesewill I Impressing you "? wdnesn'teven ; o.I l 1 chapter "-0011II p m. tomor- I'I'I Lend. Route one.: Paul CrlmHiiv. ,: man. On May 1 the May Fellowship by Mr.. and Mrs Crosby. The'
be no card patty at the Clubhouse get >our nsme straight;: ( row. "Advance. Nlcht" will be I 2:0: W. Howry Ave.WV 1 Day will be held at the! I tables were overlaid with emerald S Ds You. Nave A Hearing AM PrsbUm?
tomorrow" night. i The. woman who always doe i obwrved. Mrs. Flounce, Baker : Glenwood United Presbyterian green taffeta cloths. Thetiered
of the .. :MemorialBClU.N D,.. Tar Aid Nttd Service?
.NIowe1i i wane' than her i wUIv. &s worthy matron t (Church with )Mrs. Ralph Gould wedding cake! was topped
: I I Martha Cooper' as associate. '' with bells and flanked
talking wedding
rc : ri I SON i ner\lng' as chairman. The tie St, Our Consultant
The woman who cultivates a matron and Doris 1>.uarhan) *. nary Methodist Church will be with white tapers' in branched Factory-trslntd
bored look In the N-llel thatIt I, coniluctreiia. All visiting. staisi I :Mr. and Mil. Hobeit I David 1 I host to the World Community candelabra entwined with Ivy.Wliite Mr. Marvin L Mtlton from
make her look sophistical i are 'Invited to attend. Rolm. Ill Lake Wlnnemissett.sie . Day on Nov. R, with Mrs.. CharlesCreattey tapers in a silver. candelabra DAYTONA HEARING AID SERVICE
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ed. the parents of a eon weighing serving as chairman. and an arrangement of
1 who Is forever apoloulcing. I'EOMoml ; even pounds born at 8:13: a.m.. I I i white mums and gladioli decorated
.' '.(1 Il'ln.HIU. *s IA: C.httittrr: J.n.l. the punch table. Silver appuintmenU 226 North Beach St., Dayton Beach
i I I yard Hd : :Nathan.: L.. Phillip. 118 used.Assisting .
The'om.n who Is fundamentally :. >eiii fOr AN Chapter PCO: field Mrs.. were
I lEA:'GllrIl; ; ( S U: '" a "bus)body" and Is at l1 l- will. mot at 1 p m. tomorrow. at 444 S. Alabama Ave Mr*. : with the hospitalities VOLUSIA PHARMACY
j 1 wajs. asking: the kind of ques the> home of Mrs C. CharlesKemtetl Mr. and Mrs. J. Kdwaiil. Dean I Mary( P. McDonald DeleonSprings were Mrs. Frances Campbell,
hop" Wait 304( S. Orleans Ave. the! of 1Minor. L. Bolt. Mrs. Merle 10 to 1
STETSONFLOWER i bo thins asked.other 'f'OII. Orange a daughter City t are. weighing parents four j ;. Gonrge Siwtckl HotelPutnam. Lupo, Airs. John Carpenter, Mrs I Every Friday, a.m. p.m.

SHOP : I The woman who thinks thereIs most conver''ntlonally, of her pound. 11 ounces, born at 10:50: 1 Ronnie. Harrington. Miss Linda
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: only one> way of doing real. or Imagined ailment I a m. Dec. 31. IUS'IIS.I.4I

N. al MamMr.. .. ;-. ..0'" i i I thingsher way makes the TlH woman who would much W In\I I1 4.IITKK: 'I John Ell>ert Williams, Route I
the woman tether. tell\ you' something two: Mrs. Gertrude Vest LakeHelen
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JJ .r.J In Jr J I 'jour own goo.. than to t..11I A daughter weighing!: eight! i ; Mr*. Martha Foe you something that would make! pounds, was born at 7:39: p m.. .
i W. University Ave., Mrs. Robert
I Antique Show and Sale !_ ,, you feel gout!. I Dec. 31. to Mr. and Mrs.! Ronald TPrt'Ill and Infant daughter. HI I
= The woman who In a ban I..L. Rata 6.901'" St.. South Friendship. Dr.; Myra Hodge, Deleon -
organizer, and complicates) thej Daytona. R.
& DVIR .Mv. Springs: Mrs. Imogene
j jt
I j ; simplest plan by Insisting on St. Mrs..
[BELAN'D) i ARMORY running it according to a .\It"I "IU I 1 Fail Davis: ,R.1031 Hunt W. Church Jr., and Infantdaughter

.. Dealers Rh.wtsf) All Kihlblt for Bale != schedule planned b>;! her of William R. Ontrander. 73 liar 1501: !Sharon DrPRICE
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JAN. 3-4-5 The "goixl" woman who
I| thinks she U )just a little! bit I
- FRIDAY a p.m t. \0 p.m.. 'I, better than. most people. Final Closeouts!
SATURDAY sad SUNDAY, 1 pet.. .I.10 o.m. j jt The woman who has never
f i
learned to listen.
ADMNICIOY.714: .JwMhthls ad see) thud . ti* j The woman who rushes from . From Our Big Annual I

i e'.ed vallabl j i Inn. thing to another so feat she After-Christmas Fashion Clearance)

__ ______ u __ _r _: _ _ I' .r..r Is always mete concerned with Our Annual Clearance Sale Starts
what l h going to happen, needthan I Selected GroupSPORTSWEAR

Our Semi-Annual moment.what la happening at the I Friday, January 3 At 9 a.m.

.... Continuing How do YOU scorer

Shoe SaleChildren's SERVICE m OUR STATIONFrierson's On. GroupDRESSES 0 LadUt Teenager's and Children's

Trim-Tred Shoes Smart Sets & Poll Parrots

Shoes S 2 8 8 Pr.
- - - - A Dross Shoos
Bays Girls Slios Sis\ t. 3. Pumps, Wodgo Flat and Oxfords
Values to $4.99! or 2 Pr. $5.00S2.88 OM Gr oCOATS
VALUES $10.95!
to VALUES to$6.951!

i' I & SUITS . . % OFF

Women's Flats pr. I
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v Sbos 4 t. 10.Values. j NOW $582 NOW $291I
... to $4.99! or 2 Pr. $5.00Women's o<>iy A ".1.1I

Heels WE I I
$5 88 Pr GIVE .- - Special Group Of Men Odds N'Ends In
1 Sits 4 .. 10.Values. I 0si. tw-

to $9.991! or 2 Pre $114)0S6.88 ) I : Randcraf Shoes
& t Handbags and


Men's Shoes Pr.Valu. ;! VALUES to $12.95! SlippersNOW

Shies 4H 1. It.

.. to $3.931 t or 2 Pr. $13.00 Beg. to $ 3 Beg. to Si $679

$17. s $3.95 ReducedBELUE'S

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JPierson Personalsivommuea Seville) "hie S DRANO CnOttDA SUM KIWI THURSDAY, JAN. *. lt4BarbcrvilJc Lloyd Named

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r. nom rag Six Birthday greetings 1o Larry and Mr*. Herman Raulerson.I Personals PersonalsContinued Retirees
day with Mr. Marie Smiley Jon,. whose blnhdatn waa where she! Is recuperating froma } By
Mr. Barton Bennett<< returned 26. The occasion was .. fall she had several week o M h
east week from a with heron at tit* home on Pine Ave. Dt"r'1 ago In PLand.I11 I (Continued from Page Six) C ( f-om Page Six tag the tnoralng were Mis .:. T Lloyd wait elected president .

e. and dau&hll" Mr. and member of the family ' Hogg' of Port Orange waa A. Hendrickson and MlM Ruth! brother. *. Gravetttdr nervloetwere Susanne Shearer and MISS. (lee \ of the Retired Persona Association .
Mrs. Holme Bennett In Miami. Birthday cake and Ice cream in town on business and visiting Baker In Jacksonville. held for Mr, llama Saturday Jockman of t'y.ak.Plne: Ranch. .t the group* meeting.

Mr and Mr*. Geoige McMillan were served by his'Wln Bonnie: I relative* Saturday bier. Josephine) Ruth tpent at 2 pm. with ),Ir. Thomas TAMI1HIT yesterday at the Tourist Club'
,. i had a* their guests over the noli- to Norma. and and Word ha been received hereby Tuesday and Wednesday. with her J. Hall minister of th* eongre\ MiMargaret Bean and house
days her mother Mi-*. Patty children. Scott and Susan; Mr. I friend that Billy Hogg, ion daughter. and Mr. and gattun. of Jehovah WitnessChuixh daughter Debbie of Jacksonville Fleeted to serve with him
Cowell" and *on*. Wilnon and and Mrs. Tom Jones" ; and Mr. of Mr. and Mr*. Hill Hogg of Mrs Ralph Simmons and family officiating l Patlbeaters accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fl.more were Howard Safford. \' ('. president .

Jerry of iiizahrth: City. N.C. and Mn. Eric of Seville. Port Orange t former Plercon In Palatka.Mr. were Leon Rice Paul tiucklea. I rnderhlll to Tampa! lastweek and Mrs, Howard Sajtton,
Christmas Day all of the above Mr. and Mr*. Edna Braddock resident> la taking hid basic and Mr. Allis Pack and floyd Clifton John Gaston I where they visited' the I .
were Invited to the home of Mr*. entertained member of the tam I training In the. Navy at San Mr. and Mr*. Calvin Owen and Frank Oeuowmkl' and FrankHurtles fnderhllla I and Dating the meeting attendedby
McMillan's slater and brother.In- ily Christina Day. Those who .1 Diego, Calif. two daughter of Moulten. Mo., Burial Ma In the daughter Mr. and Mr. John U members Lloyd thanked
law. Mr. and Mr*. Britt Holt, rouldn make It for dinner were) I Mr. Larry Gloyd of DeLand pent the holiday' with Mr. and BarbervUI Methodist Cemetery.Vlaltlng Hammer Jr. Debbie remainedfor member for their support In
Bowl in Sanford. for a family Invited to upper, incl; .ding Mr. and her sister, Mr. Elmer Hay. Mrs. F:. Z. Mile. Mr. *. Pack I la JAN \11mnt.! ( a visit with the Hammer. I 13. Also commending them
dinner. and Mr.*. Jack CUrry and dauarhter men of Sanford were visiting Mr*. Mile* ulster whom she last. week at the horn The other returned. home Thurs for their participation In civic

Mr. and Mr. Clarence Cade *. Dnilene and Donna; 1>1... their mother Mr. Alice! Haulerson. hadn't seen for 10 }'ear*. of Mr. Odetta Coleman were dayMr affairs, he urged' them, to "show
; and ('hUdl t'n. Dean and Barhaia. and .Mr. Hoi'ace CaiUale. Mr and their brother and sis Mi-. ", Bud Henry and Mr*. Mr. and Mr. E. C. Harper of Drtscol Price and daughter aa great[ an Interest tit. 1I." #
(,f FaveltevUle. N.C. arrived Krl.. and Mi*. Noiinan Braddock, Mr and Mr*. Herman Leon Brad day for a visit with his parent. Glen. Pittman.. Mr and Mr*. Raulerson SundavMr. '. were. business caller in Daytona 'I Olnon and Mr. and Mi.. Hovla O. B. Hall spent Friday la Day. the annual luncheon of the Discussion
Mr. and Mr. Erwin And(>raI'n. !Norman Braddock and son. Eddy and Mrs. William Splndler Beach Friday Lane! of Jacksonville. tons .- I Group to be held at
Festive family and Jimmy: Mr. and Mr*. and daughter. Annette, and sons Sully Anne GI'ah.mompa. Mr. and Mr*. George Brown Here for Christmas day with TO DEFEND Rl'BV-San noon Jan 9 at the Calico Kit.
c dinner were held gathering at various and I Leon Riaddock. and children All.I I Johnny' and Krvln. spent Christ nied b\ Tommy \Villl spent line and their ion.ln-1aw and their patents Mr. and Mr.*. ',V. Francisco I lawyer' Melvin chen. Paul KIrsch will show

homes. during the Christmas hoi I die: AllHon.1 and Adams' of Seville ma Day akin Ala slater and i Thursday in Jacksonville. I daughter. Mr. and Mr. Wane R. Seymour were Mr. and Mr*. Belli famed for courtroom slide of southern Florida, and
}Ida}'*. Including that of Mr. and ; and Ulan BiaddockGathering I brother. law Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mr, Junlu Bolln lUllman and aon Clay and Bob Seymour and on, Tlmmy of flreworL. has taken over at Mr*. KIrsch will narrate
Mrs. Walter BrigR. who enter at the family homeof I II. Davis. In Uavtonn BiNtrh.Mr A'I and d children of Orlando and Mr. Mark of Sanford were among Tltuivtlle and Mr and Mrs.Walter chief counsel for Jack Ruby, Two visitor and a chariermcmter
lamed member of their famllloM Mr. and Mr. C. S. Robert 1 and Mi.*: Karl North hlla. and 1 Mi'*. Robert Bo)in and those invited' to the home of Mr. Seymour and sons Greg layer of accused presidential were welcomed.'
at a holiday dinner Christmas Christmas. Dav were sons and their holiday guests theirniece daughter. Lefche of DeLand were and Mr. (Holll( Hallman Chrlctma and Mike of DeLand assassin Lee Owald. Eggnog coffee and tea wets
Pav. Those pl.wnt1'(0 Mr. their wives and daughter and and n'ph.Dthbl.l le and 'j holiday guests. of their \HI'f'nla.Mr Day for dinner. Supper" guests Christmas nightat Belli .*>"* Ruby will plead servedTo. .

and Mrs Frank Pullcl,". Sirs. Mil- their husbands, Mr and Mr*. I Dints Crews. of Lake City. '1 and MnV. E:, Holln. Dinner guent Chilatma' Dayat the horn of Mr and Mrs.V'ester Innocent by reason of In.
I I Overnight guests' Christmas at I Raiford Stiloklaml of Haiti.moie. the home of Mr. and Mr. Blackburn sanity.Decision.
tie. rteraon, and Mi*. Mary Robby Robert and I childrrn.' were Mr and Build Ski'
the home of Mr. and '-II'a. Hill i . Md. also the R. O. Evans sernpereTOKYO
CulT>'. Becky and Gar)'; Mr and MI... holiday were her mother Mrs.. Jimmy Blackburn and -
Ml and Mr. Ocoige Harperweie Jerry' Robert and Kay and G.T. fl'lnilll"l'.1.; ... their s/aIn law I I guest of his mother Mr*. W, J. Mr. O n. Hall her son. WU- three son*. Mark Rabble. and Hailed) .4 tUPI Plan for
the guests t of thrlr v>n and i aid of Astor: Mr. and'Mrs. Dan I Inv and daughter. the Rev and Mr*. \VoodAld. (Ham E>'ana. who I III home on Mitch of Cleimont, Mr. and Mr*. the construction of several
daughtei,In,law. Dr and Mi*. Muldleton Lei.lli and Lairv' I Ali-us Adklxon and daughter Ter Miss. JoAnn Ruth of Kt 1auderdale I (leave from Ft hemming Oa., and Flank Norris and son Glen; of OffshoreWASHINGTON LUUtlM "skyscraper. In this earth-

., ItUHtell Harper In 01'1 1 and o of Pomona Park; and Mr and I I ly of Tames.It spent Christmas holidays I another use and his wife Mr. Crescent City Mr.. Mildred I quake prone city were an
l' ,,' Christmas Da>'. They were acrompanled Mir Bill Kneden and children I wa a men>' ChiUtmas forTonetta with her mother Mi*. \V. and Mr. Robert Evans and son North and daughter. Annette and home by their gland Kathy Debbie and Lester, of ,I Powell and her husband R Ruth. She teaches. In Holla- I Kenneth of DeLand son, Lang and Mr. and Mrs George A Smut.... of Florida .be only 24 ntnries. but this will

*ona Runs, Bohbv. and Mike who PalatkaTlio( I John and ion Victor when all daleMr I Mr. and Mu-a. Harry Pun W. ..I. Blackburn and son. this week praised the government be higher than any previous
will it-main for Nl"w'pal"'* holt home of M('. and Mr. except one) of her seven! sister *. June Plttlnger and daughter I are receiving congratulation on MickeyMr. 1 -. 'm decision to release its building In Japan.
,. day'*. Cail Anderson Ra:SIn \Iy de<-oi aled I' .* and their families weiepresent Jill of Daytona Beach' spent 'I i I the birth of a ann born at 10::49<) and MrsV R. Sevmourw i claim In "nstuial' offshore Among building planned. or
The home of Mr*. David MuCrove I ChrUtmas motif was the wtting ; at the. Powell home for I the holidays with her nuithor, I i Deo. 23 weighing T\J', :*, Tounces 'ere In Sanford( Thursday where lands adjacent 'to the coasts ofLouisiana under construction are the IT
on First AVP. wan. the I for a holiday dinner last Christmas. Dn>'. Enjoying:: the reunion Mr. W. \\ondard.. In the \Vest t Memoilal thevlslted. her niece! and I and Florida, story I Otanl Hotel and a 24- n

scene for a family dinner Wednesday. Those .*no| >'lng the I I 4lie flint In six )'ears-. n"POTOKK HiMpttal. DrLand nephew. Mr and MI... C. W. Included: In t the land affected i!, dory office structui-e for the
C.Christmas day to< which the following I day with. the Anderson. were his were' Mi. and MAC J. V.U" I Bill anti Pi and*. Smelt are Miss. I211xbeth! K.lIand; Mian I, Denton and her sister. Mi.. by Monday' decision are Louisiana Tokyo city government.Arlstarchu I
were Invited: Their son. father. ACM. Anderson: her Hams and, daughtei of Nash. staving; at the home of Mts. W ,: Nablah Hotton were among Lillle Anderson. In DrLand. mudlumps" formed. : and daughter. t 1r. and parent.*. Mr and kli's. Ralph \V i iBuinKed I vlll.T..n.n. : Mr. and Mu's. Oliver R. Ruth Sr during the hnlidavs.Pi ,'I those present at a Christmas I I I Mr. and Sits. Bert Royal had Mississippi/ I River silt and dotted by. I *. Greek astrooaer.
Mi i's. John Smiley and daughter. : Mi and Mrs l.incotGlnler ,: Anthony and children of Barrenvlllc I 'and I I. working the nightshift dinner at the home of Mr. and I I j I as their guest for aeveial: days with derrick and believed to be \ was flist 10 state that the i
and son Stewart of Dav Ca ;.Me and Mrs. Ted at the depot| and Rill U emplovcd Mi*. Claude Yelvington In Seville during the their earth i-evnlve around the un.
Honnio and aon. Jack;: another 1 holiday son-in rich in oil potential.hlle .
tuna tit-uch Mi. and Mrs. Lane Johnson .mi son Keith: Mr. and J AI the CailtKernel'leu.. last Wednesday I I I law and ,
daughter Mr
son in law and daughter. Mr and and Mrs. \\ such "natural" Florida
Mr. Olan Biaddock and their Huinscd. and Tammy and Shor I Mrs.. (Clavton Sylvester and children lie will return to * . 1 il. Mis. C L. Blatk: Mr andMts. of Dt-Land: Mi and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Jus.."tlnc Watson. at a Christmas I
son and daughter In law. Mv Ta i : I : i j i II Rickey of Corpus Christ I, Texas' 100 acres of mangrove Island. I
and Michael Hiadduck, and two i Ralph Hurncd and chilI Hobson Hunter and children of I and children of Welaka. vfoltedthe breakfast at their home Isar1Velnesday. I' Pvt Rooeit T. Foskev I la the Florida Democrat said the Books Gifts
Del eon Spiing Mr and Mrs fointei'i mother. M.... John .
I < The
.. dun Karen 1.01'11" "011'1.' and was
on*. Mike and DaId, of Galnc I spending. the Christmas holidays opinion will have "far reaching
. .. \111.. I Cleirem1r. ; and Mis. Jerry William Stewart of Oll..ndll11.; : Watson Sunday. beautifully decoiated In a brier. I|I with his mother. Mrs. )HildaFoskev and Important consequences. foi REEVE & HOWARD
arid Mr. Allen and Mi:
j Machabv of Jacksonville, and Johnny and Mix Bed fold Halley ma theme for the occasion 'i .
Mr. and Mr Don Crawrorducie and other members" the development of the state of
Karen of Dot end and 1.. 1'1'and .
Mix, Lillian Glitter. daughter : .OUR Gary Halley I Those present were Mr and 111 nrrr INDIAN'
hosts to a family I PUll Ion j Mts. Dixie Stewart and. daugh Haiford StiUkUnd: and Mm. family' Also spending the Florida
MiS. J. !! ,
olllng*"'oith anti
.l at their home Christmas Da Dinner gucust Sunday at the I I holidays were Mra. ...o kp'.1 I ,.
:> tei. Lisa. of Miami and Mrs.Lllaheth Char lone Thompson. 'h'a. W. JVondard Stevle of tllenwmxl. Mr. and I ,
home" of Mrs \'(' '\MUon and I In:]law \
Those present for the affair on daughter. SIrand
Slone of Oil undo. \ Mm, June Plttenger .
Mi Robert and
wj.J' Hiadlev
her. i non Paul ( her I thi-ee linn .. "
Mr i'
were Mr. and Mis Bill l\kDon. Gale Purccll and u "
The Rev and Mrs. Alton Stephens and daughter. Jill. spent Friday; l l Hhett of' DeLand. Miss. Mlaheth : son GRANULATED 'a Kis".Kis
and their hush.incU.Mr .
the Rev and Mrs daughter j Slink of Patatka
aid CurryPurcell J
and three children, spent shopping! and sightseeing: in Daytona Kellv and Miss. Nablah -
of INEhrI
and Mis Phillip Roesrh I
and daughter. Julie Hod. Gale aiM visited hi. father
the!' buds with her mother In I lIotlln. .
) Other
:; Mn. DePheie Purvis and Palm Bay: Mr and Mr. lease. guests railing slur I the Rev 1'\1'1.11
: son :North: GcoiitlaMr ; Mud Henr. i I. *o far t the top -----.-------..- Curry and MrsTerrell
DilRkrll of DeLand and Mi iw
childien. Bobby and Loile of De : before returning home MIt
and Mis, Tom Junes' entertained innn In their hunting tamp with
Land llan-y Pui-vl and, daugh. Muiiav; Mailman with a tiadllionalChrlMma the largest! act of hoin., I He\ bagged Ui.461) U7 I Dinner guests t.'II"I..II1III.. the,
ter. Cindy and son, Ronnie, ofKmporia (Guests over the week at the dinner. In their new a 10 point buck last week.The home of Mr and Mis Bennv
: home of Mr. and Mrs ilnlllsHallman Itt.nd Mi's. FrancisSmelt Dt'BUN" Inland H'Pli Beck were Mi and Mrs. Hob
wa him cousins, Mr. home on Myrtle Ave.tttnea. of Daytona Keach visited Mi. .. Mmv Alden Chlldet.. . Mho I Jackson and son I 1etoy. and s

and Mts. Leon Newman anddaughter davThose.; enjoy trig the day with Mr*. W. R. Ruth Si. Christmas. left a distinguished. 1 Kiwtnti. Ninth Margaret Homlnghurger of, Day. .
NOTICE of Thomaston Ga in )John the Irish 'vuhtlon: tuna lleathi: Mi and Mis. Kvan, R !
Frank Somerford of IxlrayBeach Mr and Mr. Jones were Mr. evening. .... .
111'; with her English bus Clllton of Plenum. and !Mi sailMrs. .
line. A. G. ib'ndriekson ot .
and Mr : Prevail ., Sevllle
I and iilo if I .
AWNING wa visiting his son Jacksonville band mote than half a ('(*\lUI')' . Itav heck and lean Ketk
: Mis Elsie Tedder of pent( Sunday night I
I daughter In law. Mr. and ago$ died etlm'tMlaySite . Thm..1nIna. ( lark
DeLand and Mi and Mr.. Ronald wlll11t'1' mother', 1-11"11. MaileBaker teem
WINDOW i Fred Somorfoid last week w.. H7 i I Ray. and. Hut 1'a heck and Dean
Mr. Solano Jones and son Scott, andsugitter d '
Mr. and
Phillip - -- .
Mr. and hlts. HolloVatnon ot Heck went t I'> t Oilamlo) and Pi"ketl l
SALECall and con, Phillip Jr : and his Susan Ju-lirr li l lail up Mrs. J-\c'k'a\ gianddaughtei
Jacksonville Were weekend vi la.ItOI'
mother Mr. Martha Culver Mr and Mr. Bill North weiethe .
Sandy! )Dm d\ 1lu'nil
of the former'a( mother,
ap for Prices spent Christmas In Dothan. Ala. dinner guests of their son : SEW YORK "l '
PI} I lUKtlieI to \Mntei Ha\en to visit fiienri
Mi*. John WatRon and other 1..1.aU"H. ! Nee. and
n Mr and ,
with relative I George i'. Slier of the state | and relailxeit.Vhile, thvie.. they .c .
Mrs. Christmas. : ..
Mrs. Alice Raulcrson who wa Peicy North '' .
SupiemiCourt died Hi his t knits.IS'nlnewday visited
Cypitws Gartiena andI
Mr. and Mrs of I
Conrad Ilarrj Ugg
Lumber Co. < ...
recently a patient In the West DavMr; Bunnell visited relative ..ndIpnd" . after bilef Illness. I Smok;| Hill In l. ike Wales, They .
W. Michigan At N. Delaware Volusla Memorial Hospital, lias and Mi*. Walter Sjke ( Sunday aflcinoonLittle I /He. was, 29 I returned Friday night DISSOLVING
been dlamlssed to the home of wee visiting! his brother and I _
Phana Rl 4-4454 - -
Let.l\t; Bulin of o.-r..llnd - -- - -
F her son and daughter law Mr. ulster In law Mr, and Mr. Gene 'I - - --
wa ov<'i'night guest of her grandparent
and *. Mr and MiV.. K.Bolln. ,:. ;
also hi* sinter in Palatka.
Dr. and Mr*. Gordon; Blair and Friday night.
rely Mr. and Mr. Bed/old
1IQ. e two of Bailey
their children Htra and
L. ''t .. and of Selma N.C .
; .c iron. Larry
Tally returned to their homeSt. In
This K'" k Petersburg last Thursday and Pvt. Gary Bailey of Kt.Jackkon. .. H
; S. C. .
after accompanied by
spending the holidays wittier h i
. mother Mrs.. Hilma Swanson Mica Charlotte Thornpnon of !Selma :

Week'sSpecials ) Gress and brother John. Marlynand N. C. spent Christina holi-

llilma remained for a Mrs days, with W J.Mrs ondard. Bfliley' mother I,' I
visit I
longer with their grand HYowtsA
mother Mr' W, R Ruth Sr. and Miss i

Market Mr and Mis E G. Wrssman JoAnn Ruth were visitors; In Pa- I|

entertained at a holiday party at I larks Mr.Thuiidny and Mr morning.. Arthur Becker 11II 1H
their home
Saturday night; to ;
and Delicatessen which the following "'1'1'" Invited were Christmas: Day guest. of
their daughter and *on-in law. .
: Mr and1.J.! *. Harold (
Carlisle Mr. and MI'.. Chaile Prevail in
11W'hl"r. Old and New Friend Meet" and daughters Cheryl Defend
and Celctile.<< Mr and 111"11.'ald: (
IN OUR NEW LOCATION 135 E. Church St. Peterson and daughter Jackie Mr. and Mrs.. Ben Crawfordand : :

FREE open DELIVERY Sundays train-1 .Phone.rot. t. I p.m.RE 4.4364 I and Swanson Peterson son, Mr.Daniel John and Swanson Mr Mr, llilmn Arvld Mr I guest children.., of of Mr. Sharon Klslmmee and. Joyce Mi*. went Earl..n"U..nnl. I \ \ Our Loss Your Gain! We Must Make Room For Spring Shoes!

I Purvi lust. Sunday. A family
and Mr*. Rudolph Peterson: anMis. "
. Beds MolanderGuests together and dinner was enjo -
j >'ed, Other present were Mr
dining the holidays at t I
and Mia Joe Pittman and Mr.
the home of the Rev. and Mr.
and Mr. Later Stone and ('hll.dl..n.
Ralph Phillips were their twdaughters

IL ;: and their husbands, Larry and Marilyn $
The Rev and Mrs.. J. J.
98CSTEAK Mr and :ltrs. M C Smith. Phil I
and family spent. the Christmas! Ladies FlatsSLIPPERS
and Polly of Gainesville
Mr \
Lb. and Mr. Jam, llendilx and .I their Meek families In Knoxville/ .,' Tenn, with Women's and Children's \ \

I sons Danny and Sammy anddaughter i Mr and Mi *, Flllot: olin and All Slit and Sty!I... Ditplaysd an
$ Rena of 0--
Fresh Also her sister and husband | children of Tallahassee, wasguests Tables For Yawr (Caalanc
i I during the holidays of the
I Mi and Mrs. M A. Vo of (nlm....'. patent. Mr. and Valuat to
GROUND 00 I (k>oee. another sister Mr and I II I W E. Roll. Values to
3$1! I Mil.eo $4.991S139!
dark of Roanoke, Ala, r
BEEF and her niece Shoot Taylor ot I I 1- The -bullfrog fa I the only frog; r $2.99!

I' Doran Ga. that exceed' four inches In size.k .
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( n GIRL'S 81 to 12 & 12i to 3 BOY'S -

Will B e< Closed Most69ciii All St...

fl Dixie BrandSLICED t Cats and Dogs

O B L $ 1 00 Until Monda ty' January 13. WOMEN'S SHOES


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Our DELICATESSEN Oifr I Regular Ins de: Teller Hours: t. S4.1t)

9 to 3 p.m.eekdays AH ga'r'
\\9 A full lln* of Homemade a.m.We laTmla A* VALUES

Pies Salads Barbecues**

Roast Turkey & Beef I I IIHIuIuh1uhIIuuHhIflhiflllhtI1II1flhII11iIiiiiuhIIIt

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T4MM1 : T4S-MM i U yes fear a craving; for steak, sow. la the time to aaUsfr It. as ,eu'U a... a> sltesM
r aom end eay the fine quality. for which AAP'a "Sutxr-Blthf, Steaks ar* fsmeua.
Came see. came save at A.P.

Taylor Home IONEUSS

s.vV, 1 ROUNDSIRLOIN v." will, njay F L.T".I''". ..,..-. Lb. 88;
Is Scene Of 7 + 1 tin* '",..lItSplClaU"Super.Rlght" )/ attak..

pure f

.. ... .
Fete at.a..55.o.. That' ... e.dinay"..."...
Holiday . .....
I "
glint tualty .1. 88
r beef.f...... w........ BrunN Lb. ? ,

PIERCON:; Lolt and Jimmy r a ..t
r //tr ,
Ta)lor and Norm and Ronald { ',f W t
Jones Invited of friend" ; to pntl hyh ,r
a group) f Sausage
In for a New" \"f'U'1 paity' last I BONELESS
Friday night:; / f You will vnlev fh..a v.lua' Lb
Ttir vettlnz for the affair wa Y ,t ll"' 1 S. prtead "aussr.ntonr'. u,
the Taylor home on Second Ave. 00 inset Nast
which was beautifully decorated 3 *. ,. 51

for the occasion. Cut Sr.'s .'..."....a.pht"Irmm.d
An anangement of "red and B : .' .. ..f '

centered white gladioli the iefif and..hment porn IIIhll"Annlh..r puma" "$i B.r.Right" Short Shank ONE ea'e.".'.... a T.and...ralus.. stick pneatl.. isII" Lb 95 F

Whale *r Hall Fully Cooked
mantel-piece graced the
buffet' J Ju'J

The guest lint Included irate. HAMS
and Joe Aburv nf> Crescent 1, TOP ROUND Lb. 88
City, Hose and Thomas Ta>1nrcf
Bowie. Md< Antild t and Lester
JohnMnn of CMragn. Ruhl"l.lInd" J_.
Kenneth Andcmen of Jonenboio"
Ca. Myra and Michael. Braddntk IT 'I LB. 49?

fit Gainesville' Norma' and Loon I "'

Lane Braddork! Rur of need Seville, Virginia. Jody and and 1retp SIRLOIN I TIP Lb. 88 ?

Fully C asked Shank Hull
LvaJrl Petcrenn' ( 111'1'>1 and liar
old Carlisle Bonnie. and l airvJones
' HAMS Lb. 43"SuptrRlght" ,
Barhaia Jean and Herbert .

Laurence Bennett.. Turner\ ,Mellte. \ Jo> > and and B A C 0 N ALL GOOD 2 LI. 85"

Paul Cade. Carrnle and Ralph All Meat SLID PKG.
E Burnsed.. llary Kllen and + Tender Shiniest
Carl A nd..rllnn Oliver" and Ki ee" '
man Greenland" Carol and John' FRANKS ..:: 49 f
Prehn. and IJa and Norman
Eraddock i

4 r 1 SPECIAL! Ann A Broad. Fine W& Extra Wide


Personals ____ ___ "r.,. ._ T '. . ." r Pkg.

Randy Drawtly daughter of SPECIAL I Star Solid (No oil added-Packed In water)
Mr Rill Ruth Sr for Christ Mr and Mrs Jimmy Drawrlv of Orlando and granddaughter;: : of Mr and Mrs. Bonnv: Cherry
mae E\'" nupper and "the tree"" Bock of Itaibervillr, was selected In he photographed with Orlando Robert Carr.
and were Mjrlene.Bud' and Marvin'Y, Mitchell. during the. rrcrnt Orlando Police Reserve Christmas pArty. Sandy and the mayor are WHITE TUNA 3 as $1 I00

and Morgan. ; Leon, and Norma shown with_many of. ..the gifts that were exchanged;: during the party . RUR ;

Braddock and Audle, Alison, anti
Adam: Charlie. and Nancy l VUI hoe ft DnA_ (FlOtBA) SUN NEWS TUESDAY, DEC. 31, 1963
llama and Lisa and Jem" : mil ---- I Barberville BIG VALUEI Jane Parker Freshly Baked EnrichedWHITEBREAD
and Jean Ruth, Jr., and BohhyWenrlv
and Jod>.; JrtAnn' Ruth I Pi I :Many Enlc..lain'cl.
Bill smelt' and Sonrlia CVnvarl. un Personals

, Francis t bmelt; ,. and Vic 11 ew a. AI I 'I'alo) Home 2L405.: 31F
Mrs W \\oodard' bad family "
, a o r . .
PersonalsFilrnna RAHBtnVILLK:: : Congiatu.Utlnn
dinner at her. home! Thuradab Pll':RSON:; Dinner gueMarhrl
In Mr and Mm Coca C.
Pieoent, wei''* all her .hl1.dJ'.n .
"tma Day kt the homn of Byrd on I the birth of a son welch
and All the. grandchlldi-en, .- Filrnna nt t Alhin Mr and Mia: .1'. P Tavlni In Ing! 7 pounds 4 ounces horn at
except one". Eddie:: Irklxnil'' NeNnn" ate. envy to heat that he eluded I Mi and Mis Tommy 10 ::1.II' m. IV 21 In (the West Special! Jan Parker" Freshly Baked 11//, h
who la In ser\ke They were Mi, .Is a patient at the Halifax HOHpltaJ !Fudge: and three hlldien. of Volusia Memorial
lloiipital The-
and MM. Bedford' ,l Halley Larry In l>a\tona Boarh w.. hope lakeland.. Mr. and' Mrs Donald young man has bern named" Cherry Pie n&: 45/ 1
Batlev Miss' Charlotte Ihnnip for a speedy re -o'ors' for him I' .Kudce. : and daughter: Jennv Prnnl. Italph j t.
ton all of Solma N C HaifoidStrickland. The Ke\ Wllllllmlhllnl., : .. of, Lynn and C' A. Mi Knlcht. all of Mi anti Mn. lohn TVterson 4I F
'' RuJtlnimt. Md. Mr Pa'cacnila:: Miss.. has accepted" 1 t"nvtona. !Mi and Mi,'!', .Ken entertained chil .tma' '' hay, with Special! Jane Parker Dtliclout '
and Mm rd: Strli, klnnd: and rhtl the. pmtoi' ..'nte of' the Piei", son !":hr .Inns. and (UiiRhtcin. Linda anti 1I. | M combined birthday and holiday
dren of Oilando, Mrs. June) rut nerer Lutheran' Chinch.. and willconduct Kay. of l.akrland Mrs ,T, F. dinner honoring thrlr daughter' Pie "1 39
Uneer and Jill of Dnxtona, Beach, his first sermon Feb>. ?. Taylor Mite\ Rnwrna' Oiton.Mis Ciace.. who" was 17 Dec. 2h ThoseInvited Pineapple Loch
and Mr and Mm Uucrne:: Martin Tonnmve Blohop, and Mi\ A
Mi and Mill Jelly" Machehv'of to Phase" the n<'ca.lon
and: children of f Seville and Jackaonvill.' have been visit and !\t.... Roy I., Tavlor. hike with Ira.-. were" Mr' and Mrs Special! Minute Maid fresco.
Px-t Gar>' RrtHey of JTt. .t'ackson. Nina P.lKhnp and Al Clugnton all ,lames
Ins her moiher.' Mis. Claude Peterson and laughter,
S.CMJ Black, for se\nat riav*. of THLandMi l Ixirl Ann and Mr- and Mrs, Paul Orange Delight 699/:;
JoAnn Ruth attended"open
I .
and Mrs' J. P loraccompanied
Taj ClonMtn' and son Chi In' of SAn.
hou"." Sunday at the,, and Mia HeiheH Onmer'
I their hmi,,
eCiiestv ford, and Mr. and Sirs. Rill
and Mrs, (lard, fters" spent<< two l ,10(5.
home Bunnell of Jim and David Cook In Maya during the Chilntmis holl : Mr.. and Mi.**.. Ken Jones. !lukn"! Jimmy. VVajre. Susan Sptciall Tudor (only tn Marts handling! Seer) EASTERN WHITE BAG 2Sl .
and' daughters" to their hnme In BAG
and Faith
J, T Mile of Bnvtev, Ga. spent" days. with vUltlng her mother In llawklnvMlletia and stepfather . lakeland 1 Saturday. whets they Mr and Mis Ones IiMd enteilalnefl Beer or Ale 12 ''it: $165

the E. Z hnlidayg Miles with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 1I..oltlWllllnll. spent| I the. weekend" ... members ('Ii their. POTATOES 39x 991
- -- --- --
family at a Christmas dinner
spending Cheryl l and the' holidaxa Juitnlta with Miles their aie. (oncratulationii: ; tn Mr, and' Parl Is'C'n( ; i last t Wednesday\ It wa M happy Sptcial! All Crisp Swttt
)Mrs' Miller Cade who celebrated" occasion' for them a. the dinner '
father in Crescent
their 2Ath Olllc'.fo..clsrnnSON was held In their newly" completed Mixed Pickles
Mln JoAnn Ruth spent "Kitriav wedding anniversaryDee By 39- ONIONS
home Jar
21.Wanda. Those Invited were
with her friend. Mies Carrie Lou 3
LaJlr Inn In Bunhnell She stopped Jean" ('III hal,., who IK a : Mr. and Mis' their patents. Mr. and Mrs n. RAG 29F
Ralph Randall her sister, . and Sptclel! All Crisp Whelk Kosher
for a short.! \lsit with theRev patient al the Hop. IMven Ho Fred Somerfotd entertained at
; and Mm. Ted Tenntngton pital in Jacksonville' pent the a Christmas 1II: party at their husband, Mr and Mia, Danny FIRM RED
and children In BelUlewMrs. holiday at home with her parent home last. week Hansen, and daughter; peAnn Diil Pickles I ; 33,
Marie Baker spent" the *. Mr. and Mis UeRny Car Cuts for exchange: were Louise", and Dnnnn Lynn; her
hale. plated" under Christmas aunts and uncles Mr. and 1\11'11. BettsTOMATOES
Week with her ilauehteis.! Mrs a lighted: CARTON 19 1
(Continued on Page Five. :Steve. Peter and Joey )linen-' tiee." Invited to share. thl.hlll"I'Y C. A, flicks of Otala and Mr. lady
back nf( Daytona Beach' spent. occasion with the and Mrs, Charles Hardea of
several" days during the holidays s were her mother Mi*. Jacksonville, Prune Juice "Oi IR.f.49: RED DELICIOUSS.elall
!Area MinUlcrsMeet with their grandparents. Mrs and : Minnie' Powell, Mr. and, Mrs. Holiday guest: .at the home of ;, F
Mrs' Kit. HUsenhctk" = Oral. Sagiave of DfUund Mr, Mr, and Mrs "Kenneth' Girardwas
\ In Picr oll Mr and Mm., Uex" Klkher! enjojed I and Mis. Ravmond Sommerfordand their. son Airman :1 c Kenneth Swnnylitld, .nl Grain APPLES 2 LBS. 29 F
(Ilrard. Jr of tclm: Field.Prnnacnla. .
Christmas Day at the home )Kelvin.' ;Mr. and Mrs. Kred :
of their" "nl" law and die Sonneiford and and her parents Mr. Rice
PIERSC.V Th. West Volusla daughter daughter: Fancy 2 ft. 29
Ministerial Asanclatlon. met Mr. and' )Oh'.. Frank Smith. In !>.>.anne. Mi" and Mrs.! JohnI'ow..n and Mrs. .Stephen (tolon of >;
Daytona.: Beach. They" were slats, and .son Victor and Mr, JacksonvilleOne
Monday< Church morning:In at rierson the First for Joined by Mr and Mrs\ UenrgKe and Mrs Graver Ashctaft anddaughter. of nathrrvllle's oldestrltl7ena 221 S. Boulevard
their! first meeting of the new Ttg..n and six children of Or- Patsy Mn. Eva: Halls, 94. ............ ars .
died .
lando. last Sunday In a nursing "". bs.
year. It was followed hy aluncheon Returning her" horn Thins- home In PeLand where she, had PAPER CUPS ___...._ 49c CRACKERS' ____._ :31c Yevr dream*com*tret with
Fifth Grade Wins; ..,....,.
at the Ptfrson Lunch day in Pensacola after seeraiweeks' been a patient" t for the pant six s5.... Ysc Lana '*.... ... ,,, ; PLAID STAMPSI

eonette.Thoa.'pt. \I"U with her cretin law weeks. She had! been a residentof PAPER PLATES POTATO CHIPS 59c ., .. .. ..... ,
Poster .
"esnnl Contest .. Nr. a.
The Reverends Oi..b.a f ...
were nSa s
and daughter ,was. Mr. Sarah RathervlU for 33: year Born SVt Can Minut 14..,. -....
Pan Harrison.. pastor of .Pappas.Mr. In England.: CXt la IU!). she !la CHUNK TUNA __ 45c RICE u_____ 19c 4
the Senile Methodist< (Church PIEKSON! The fifth Bad survived hy one stepson George M.put., r *p Ou'." Orit. 1'i ,IK. r '

James Sledge pastor. of theSevW and daughter.. and .Mr Susan. Hob,. left Sthamay Monday class of the Pierson Momentary Harris of Philadelphia, and six DIXIE.LILY ______ 20c MARGARINEt 1 r2/31e
!( Baptist Church' One School under the superMston of (Continued on Pac Five)
Carter pastor of Plrrson. Methodist for their horns In Miami their" teacher. Miss flush Hag-
Church'Ralph Phillips.' after spending the hnllda with .
peertor sham was one of the winner of DETERGENT DETERGENT
of the Church of Ciod of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl the I'M Health Poster contest. Feted LIQUID DETERGENT
Prophecy, and Alton Stephens, Zlehanh, sponsored by tat Volusia County' Group DREFT'IVORY LIQUID
).11'. and "'ra. Kenneth Andes JOY .
pastor of the Jo'1ratartlat Tuberculosis' and Health. Asaoclatlon Prices la this edr.Higameatere
Church of Pierson.Redwood. sen and children. DAle and Mar .
recently.The 'eedthrough
., dinner 11)'ttlf guest Jonechorn. of his Ca.parents.wer Mr.the poster made of Christ! By ZicbarthsntRSON ....3Se Cast 8le 22 Ot. 6Se no%. 6Se Satardey, Jeeuery 4.
ma seals, was a copy of tb.IInmtTnall. *
and Mrs. Erwin Andersen. They : Mr. and Mr.
holding a string of -
are spending the holldajs wtthher balloons above his head thatspelled Earl Zirharth. Jr entertained ala DETERGENT DETERGENT DETERGENT PREMIUM DETERGENT
1 parents Mr. and Mr, Henry the word 'Help"'. Underneath Christmas 1\: supper at their
.: Harder, tn Crescent City. Daleremained OXYDOL TIDE CHEER
for. were the words "Buy home lat Tuesday night. The DUZ
oversight1sit .
Seals.: traditional family tree and .x
with his grandparent chaa of gifts ware .noyed : 35e .33c 7ge .33e 7ge
tEG. sin ..
Guest Christmas day at the during the rvrrlnjf.Knojlnt \ Giut Giaaf" URGE SSe
Andersen' home w"s her. moth Prescription : ) .the affair mere. his I
.> er. Mr*. C. D. Case.. of DeLand.Mr. parent Mr. and Mr*. Earl DETERGENT tAlun LAUNDRY DETERGENT CLEANER
.. Ronald Jones and son. Kleharth. his sister and her hua CLEANSER
Cedar !! Scott I. and Mr*. Harold Carlisle Service band. Mr. and Mr*. Boh Scha- SALVO DASH SPIC IN'SPAN COMET
and daughter. Cheryl spent Mon' may. and daughter: Susan of I
Chain Link
day In Orlando.Mr Miami Mr. Zlebarlh Jr*...
FREE ESTIMATES I IRl [ *. Elate Testier ef Def.andspent mother, Mr. Sarah Tappaa nt Re.. 41c t..... 79c, L... 79c GIe.t$2.39 I... 2ge L.ra 93e 2 CANS 33c
Tuesday through] Thursday IVntaeola_ BIT s fraxlparentn.
ef last week at the hnm of her RlkMlElAJL Mr. and Mr_ Carl Has trom I
niece and her husband Mr. andMrs. 9 and daughter Ruth and Mr. aid ellANEIT LIQUID DETERGENT SHORTENING ALL FLAVORS

: Ronald Jone .Mr*, NH Jackson.Chrltmai MR. CLEAN THRILL DIFORS dexo
Mr. and Mrs.Ewell While and T>ay'tt!_ above" I U I HI-( DRINKS
i children are spending; the 11<<111. .
group Joined tr ami Mr*' Karl
,, days lit. West ViigtnU.Mr honr HI 4 OS7M ZleKarth Si*.. for the traditional PINT 39c 2201. ,6Se 3 La. CAN 63e 3 :CAf3E: $1.00
L. A. CoJding and daughtCondnuad t r DtUvtry family Christmas dinner at their
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THURSDAY, JAN. 2, im "lT RIJL- 14

Cerln War Skill*! ?

Tom Maim SA VF, 4 T fabulous that beautiful fretr with rev.,te tool*r.X .*n 10|*ware>tn? ;: :;:: :?.

X/S beets Tap>Value Stamps c-: FULLY Naturally Tender nF

Is Called


Top 1 Mail' czeu5.: BlIP SA1B ; rt

C, ? + T -- COLONIAL
Thomas Mann new r>rsldpntlftl SIRLOIN
MlMant who will double t I
In lop Mass us assistant srcre AO a SELECT
tary of state for Inter' .Amilcaa sTC 88 +
Affair" and for "Progress s head" -of has thAUIsrce DELANO .skN. :

tone hark to Mexico Ctly for QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FULL CUT [ ,
the holidays. and to wind hit ,PRICES GOOD THRU JANUARY 5th t
up . .. ..
arntiHftsarlnrship. wlNNaids .. a..vaNNe O .
He will import for confirmation FRYERS Steak. u. 88T.BONE
by the Senate and<<1 jo to
work after Nt''lI..
His first headache will be how
to jive more. and better aid to
Latin,AmrrUa for less money. 39x
ConzrvttMonal authorization REG. 39 LB. Steak. LI. 98 '\
hate" cut Alliance fund from REG. 4)< EAT JUT SMOKtOSausage all ,

the \requested $850 million to 25 LEANER FRESHER GROUND,. 100% PURE BEEF .,
1703 million 39 LIMIT 3 AT THIS
lrl an Impossible(! \ 'job, even' . PRICE WITH $2.50 9t
with the While House window
dressing: and! added' status, RIG. &" . COPELAND LUNCHEON ORDER OR MORE LB. G r. Beef ,51,
I But Tel l J"w" >er Tom Mann
hating been atslMant l secretary' Meat FAMILY PACK 59i'i,
of>, state. fur LalinAmPl'ln In i
the EI"pnhnwPI' admlnlattatlon,
knows his way around Central s
and South Ameilca" a* well 1111
the 11'11'1'1:1t"'onnmle;: and puliti. Bologna. la. 49, : Elgin Yellow SolidsOLEO
cal offices Washington:' He
hat nerved in Uruguay" and. so EXTRA STAMPS TARNOW COOKED OR 5'r I, ICi ,' FROZEN FOOD
Venezuela and ., ambassador to
Guatemala, E1 Salvador, Mexico Baked Ham

will Eatk Hill in have Aaahlngton.the Inxnluahl Mann 50 EXTRA STAMPS , GA. BRAND MORTON. APPLE. CHERRY PEACH, COCONUT
"ei"vices of Teodoio' MORPORO, ''y =
who has been: coordinator, ot the Brick Sausage ? Fruit Pies 3F;;. 1.
I Alliance for Progress! from Its a

staitMnsmsit'" Job has .been da- STAMPS MORTON CHICKEN: eEEP.TURKDinners HAMiSAUSBURY L1.
, scribed<<1 as the' third! toughest: in LB.
sfhtnctnn: The Prenident Is Prepared Salads All Flavors Thrifty Maid 2.oR89Ji
first.' AID Adminlcttator David
1:. tell I I" .second 25 EXTRA STAMPS . 2-Ib. SUPERBRAND t
The! new move I In expected. to : Cheese
lighten Bell't load a little and Cottage t Or'geNP1'' 99 !
dump the overburden on Mann. t
l \\hether' Moscoso. can pans some r 10
of his frustration onto his new HALF
: boss and what Mann can do
I, about them \Is the question.. H- 1l- GAL. 39 I "B.
i, woiM may! end job up in having Washington.Meanwhile the second. SO Extra To ; PKG. *
at much lower WITH THIS cOUPON AND PURCHAS1 Of limit 2 with$!S.Oil Fed! Orrfsr
levels, the Peace. Courts is ('I'f'ra. 010. .... ........ ..IIY...... ores i
ring to double. Its volunteers In Shrimp Burgers
Latin,Amei.Ira from. 2,000 In 1963 esea T..u.......u..y 4,NAT t
to more than 4,000 in 14
Rhilver has In recent months'
been personally visiting: college:
2. 251. I
campuses In the Southwest and
Pueilo mean communities In i pw
New Yoik to recruit Spanish-' -
speaking: joung Amei'leans. HIs 50 Extra COUP Value Stamps SAVE 3Y2t! EACH STANDARD . Limit 3Tomatoes with $3. Food Order
setting: : terillic. ipsnonse WITH THIS AND PURCHASE OFP.tlN '
The Peace Cope( has caught: rW..Nea esea KIHushpuppies ''. e
en In Latin America even if the 30) CAN 9; ,
Alliance for rrogrese hasn't. .,.. iI L.
sees T..v JAN NAae
\\lien the United States broke )i I'
diplomat relations with H nduias AT ANY WINN-DIXIE SAVE 2'/i! EACH EVAPORATED . Limit 8 .

because and of Dominican military coups Republic( in sJ 8 EXTRA

these" unstable countries. the Pet Milk I TALL CANS $1
lt'pl"ol1m..n. stayed t on bypopular .

come.' demand and were wel 50 Extra Top Value Stamps SAVE 3* EACH , THRIFTY MAID Limit 10 Pleas APPLES
When 111fnur Americans\ WITH THIS COUPON AND PURCMASt a
weie held. as hostage by the TWO e AaMN. erCN..rrN' Tall *

wall Bolivian parsed! tin miners out: "The this PeaceCorps wad, .oo.T..U..u..y.n.Coffee Aich E va. Milk i I 1O can ls 1 .

'' guy Bob I'ergustrom: III 1 .
the coolest nf all a real goo l q AT ANY WINN-DIXlr SAVE 9J/2 EACH THRIFTY MAID Limit 2 with $5. food order I
man Tell them to promote him
to group leadeiship. rank" Iahryht. 229 I

When Communist. agitators 1'' -1I Catsup. ".&. >o"" 9* \
demanded velunteer! expelled Peace<< Corps'fiomArequlpa ( I ,
U$. ,, 'I..,*. I 50 Extra Top Valoi Stamps
Peru as (
SAVE 6* EACH SOFT WEVE . Limit 2 Pkg" Please .
representatives>i ' I the! WITH THIS COUPON AND FURCHASC O j
Bar'riades slum <1wC'UI"I'SVlth nNr.N.. ... lB.
living whom the demonstrated Peacecotpsmen and came w.le ; $ Chocolate Tissue 2 ROLL '.'". 19 \! 1O BAG 591

to their defense. And the city eN."u afN .
bestowed' a medal on AT ANY WINN.DIXIE /
fathers '
Uiem.reacecorpsmen have" pen<< 5 i 59
trated the Communist: ,dominated : 2.51.Oranges i
Calla\ where slums Vice In Caracas President, Venezuela Nix i_ Grits: or Meal ;.c;

en was stoned.! Peacecoipsmen( ( 50 ExtriTpiValit Stamp s ,. ;'
are woiklns en> a TVA 15:\p proJect WITH THIS COUPON:: AND PURCHASE CF
affecting: S,000.000) people in '
the 2,000,mile\ ,long San Fernando' nsn**uNStrawberry .... 61wr tiF
Valley of Brazil pov..I'ty.trlck.en Preserves .
northeastern. states' e..e TNeu JAN,, ...
Numerous stories' like these'. AT ANY WINN.DIXII 1 + '

come tram republics all the where 17 Latin.American the Ia a YOUR I ISA CHOICE I 1 J J 01 YOUR I CHOICE I A T 1 I r'.

Peace Corps Is at work. Only
Argentina: Paraguay. Haiti and i !LUE or WHITE ARROW I'VACUUM PACKED 4
the Gulanas have not asked for

volunteer like .* And Peace,Cuba Corps.has' nothing WItsCetlPOr4AND Extra Tt' Yalrt twCHAtt stainPsf Jf Detergent ff, Astor Coffee y.

will not
"The Peace Corps ,
olve newspaper all our editor Quito" said Ec a oNa aa Fib 055' #ri'l l M-J I1J f

uador. "But consider this Its _TN.I......u..., /tN GIANT BOX ,!i Y -LB. CAN wI:
effect are almost' .Immediate AT ANY WtNN-DIXII til 3 9; .:t= [ ,w 39 ?
It reaches the masses and the u a SAVE 20 SAVE 204NEW et government .

Perhaps the Alliance the biggest for Progress criticismof .Is BLUE . Serve 3t< !! _ _ MAXWELL HOUSE . S rv. 22<: !J!

that it dldn touch the" Illiterate SlEmaT..SIHlU' '-ll. "
whose standard of living Cheer 49x Coffee 49/
It Is supposed to raise. . __ 1 XWELlHOUSf
bank loans to fl a " ..
stance Alliance machinery Imports from layer As iris M. Limit! 1 with $5.00 or ", Umit' 1 with 9S.OO food ..... i d
the United( States or for curre. IM 1 more food order e order< .
cy stabilization\ to fight Inflation ATANYW1NW-DIXII are fine. Water and sewer project -.w .;
schools*, housing and I highway developments are j .liita... ._...

seeded But] these are trre1eeta 1
10 wfelcb there sh uld be were
Latia,American capital lave.

Corp meat.Maybe*from-type the"a"Yanqul the operations shift' wall tft NO"more and would!Inscriptions change"Cubs Peace".remove t; u.iEt S Ute: e/er'l htt! ,and Cl stamp far ei'ezy dfale af.111: !

SI" to "Yaniui SI. It
would h* a return to President

Truman concert And original it would Point cerUlnlj Fiat 2 DeLand Stores To Serve You -845 West New York & 145 East RichI

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Americans Follow fs THr NAfR $ How IT rNer t>R1fe615T wAP1T5

Kris Cracks Wall Many OATS SPRAT I ORDt'.RED WORKS, ON. 'Tis KNOW tR t11tr
Kriiigle pf BYpflo+tr: ONE M07r1ERE8 RKT'i RABBITSALLItPSFLEAS

Optimists and pessimists alike ought to have I
Advice Of Slain Leader
a field day analyzing the agreement which per

mits West Berliners to cross through the Communist

wall for Christmas visit in East Berlin.

Optimists can point out that the temporarytruce By DREW.rEARSOM' way of promoting .. ,wl/ Awp lv I:

shaky and sullen though it is, marks the WASHINGTON A lot of .people people friendship "ti NAR E it
during the year 1963/ carried The late President Kennedy ti tea,
first time West Berliners have been allowed in out John F. Kennedypirn., addressing the Big Brothers annual 1

the Communist half of their city since the wall "Ask not what your country can dinner a couple of years

went in ,August 1961. do for you ask what you ran ago said that people had written }
up do for your country" They to him wanting to know what .
Pessimists can glumly' reflect that even the ranged from little people like they could do for their country.

simple little act of permitting relatives to, be Charlie Kohen the Georgetown Some of them. h*. said. wanted to
land ort a beachhead. .. or make IE
antique dealer to the Giant New
together for a oneday'Islt' at Christmastime- York Central Railroad. some spectacular' gesture for TVKAMN0SAUR RFlW Flliaf,NOt Wit aUT ALL W2bWTA YEAM..AM 7t4 1 AIN'T YOU CH,4'Fl1 EIR.I AOF es'NATIOIJetlctt I
when live in what ordinarily would be the their DlOMT M5AN WE CAN CAN'T FvrP4 DLya MAKE A wMaT M titi' HAMMEe14 AI5 ALL RIGa/T..M1' WHAT m'9 'IELUN'Iu6T
they Here 1 I. a crom.section of some country. Fr OUT HERS AN' CgT Tt7 red uN RAPT AN' HE DO N l14 AOT ANY MEt, ,.J.T W AWPUI,
same city-hai required prolonged negotiations of them. But the unspectacular. things, LTaAKa Ore Y1M! TH' riser Pi.e Ef BHOYs ocrr ws/s/ We a0T IMAGINATa0I4 WEN TAlht AIOUTI
the President said, are what OUT THEREr AT ALLT! q'"
and much stalling and quibbling and bickering. CHARLIE KOHEN; who pick count. If each of us in a quiet MvF I

Whichever way you choose to look at it, it's up everythingfrom. to the rare Indian letters arrowhead of way goes about helping somebody .

nice to know that the spirit of Christmas still prevails famous statesmen, was able to else. such as a Big Brother
who take of and
care a boy,
to a degree that the Berlin wall cracks a locate one of the rarest rifles In enough of us do this, then said
American the first rifle
little in deference to Kris Kringle. presented' history to President- Lincoln the late President. we shall 'not ...

You still can't beat the old gent as an am- for use by the northern army In only have met our own obligations g
a* individuals. but also a*
the Civil War. Kohen; could have NZ I. I Lilt .
bassador of good wilL'Hovdy' bought It cheap participating member of a great S : ; w* > i .

+ + + and resold It society. This i I. the sort of thing

for $29.000 In I mean when" I say what we can V cwt
do for America ,
In tart, a Texas
Dolphiiicse collector later ".. taK. 01 4l M

a Men may not have to go beyond their own offered than that.more In., n 1

dead he arranged nWall ptM9I._WOT i* we err ALL PA ray TO tsiRAo0R IACH POUCFMAN
their solar to make i iIi
planet or own system con- to haveIt Street AM DNO DAT **V PIPMT FOLIAR U* APTKR AU. pATls A We PAST tpo s

tact with an alien form of life; they may be on presented to J POPt PROBLlM Ar u* win* MUPICOM "r
; AlAMlB
the verge of doing that right here on earthorin the Smlthson. ,. 21 rh' 't WNENOWa I'lL 1 A MEKVOU MORE ON TNF
water to be precise. Ian Institution Ii\ ChatterNEW s 1. OIT4 DER'. WRECK KPCftfe 1M If* FOUR PAVsV
without charge 1SAtaOWTIIATaOATI!
The "alien" in question is the playful dolphin, to the government PEARSON r ; k y SON! Till W *AIUFROMtOfTDN A

a mammal with a brain approaching the humanin YORK
size and complexity. Many scientists! believe it Earlier Charlie hud presented. . con, Hammlll Co. says the .:-.
!tn the Library of Congress the most likely course for stork
possesses a definite language:: :: and that men might Calvin Coolidge letter collection price in general. will b* upward I !;

possibly learn it Two Sperry Co. engineers think 9000. of them. acquired by .CoolIdge but in a range that will k V TEtKh +. y:
White House _
t secretary<<
historic M
seem quite narrow by
have found to do it.
they a
may way Ted Clark "Kohen had also.. ar- standard:

Using arrays of miniaturized computers ranged. for the first airplane The firm feel that with suchan

called "Sceptrons" which can make fine distinc- flown bv Orvllle Wright to Nt outlook Investors may haveto
given" to the Smithsonian This lower their sights, : and settle. 1.1 M Lrr tltMMW
tions between sights and rounds, tract to them
In what one man did for his for smaller percentage gains

and memorize their electronic patterns, they hopeto country than they have seen in past

record dolphin noises and build vocabulary.What THK NEW YORK CENTRAL bull markets.. W1T W/.e TNAT OM.NOiNINO,ANDREA. I TFIDIx/T I HEARD HER
don' . SHE WA.Jl1R.., iAYING 1011 HADATU.AfHtr N71y NOT, ,
good would it be? If men could exchange RAILROAD You genei: 7NAT COIKAV'/! M19C EAl1LT f ''i '
.ally expert a Mg unwieldy thing L O Hooper of W E. Hutton
meaningful information with dolphins, like a railroad. to be asking what Co. feels It Is dangerous. ,to,

there might be any number of jobs the playboys It can do for Ita country. Rut on draw too many conclusions.
New" Year's Eve, the Central. about the underlying trend of
cf the could tackle Instruments to
ocean -carry Central. the da '
Grand market in
mad Its famous the closing >* t'Ito'
perform oceanographic research for example, or Station available. to a charity of the year. since there are too !

bring back samples of undersea life. ball to raise money for Mental many cross-currents caused. by .y ZI"")
Health. tax inspired transactions.
But all that aside, the very idea of learning
To put 1,000 guests In the no-
the thoughts of a nonhuman species is an exciting tunda dancing to the tune of Guy Spear it Staff Inc says that .to.!.

challenge. Lombardoi Royal Canadian in a broad move carrying virtually I
all storks with It Is highly unllkrly r
place' of the usual cnmmutera'sprint
Millions of the ancestors of
years ago took a lot of oiganlzing, The firm says the most
dolphins decided. they didn't like the land and and some of the railroad operation Important factor' for investorsto .Iw rr t+ !

returned to the sea. Man's ancestors stayed on. men were, skeptical. So remember. 1 la that the market .
of the concessionaires. will b* very mixed andsafety t ,
It is fascinating to think that the two strains were some and capital gain during
who at first figured on making A
have led to intelligence in two completely different killing during the Mental Health 1964 will be attained! mainly bvunusually NEW YEAR'S' DAY IT MEANS NEW HOPES. I
astute individual stock ,
environments and that one day they may hall but learned they had to election. HOLIDAY NEW 60At-S-. n9Wtai. I

touch minds across them. close Moat down.caterers refused to handle Of'rr".Im-N-hnnr;;:: O r' '
the dinner. because they had 1 (
continue. to believe that the
tables until
no time to set up IoJ
. after the main. rush of railroad market. still has considerable '"

traffic eased later In the eve upside scope'

DEAR ABBY . nbig Finally the Brass Rail took: since r:
Barh ft Co says that
on the Job I''"
would not waive Its usual triple the market loaders have successfully

I g' time charge of' $60 a night but withstood the Dec. 2*
Iii Defense otherwise. almost everyone. else tax selling. : deadline for 19M. the IoJo

chipped" In to ak what: they closing of the )ear should spellan ..

could do for their country byway end to the selling pressure
of for Mental evident in many depressed. Issues dtfai
Of Dallas : l .4, :; Health.. raising money 1-1 d t-1 iw r

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Aft DRII11 MINERS: When Americanswere MiGEt213Y'4-4l'J RKID: GHE&THE RCST PTOSOM iVe&JB2..

DEAR!: ABRYl I know theta lan't| one chance In a held hostage by lebel Bolivian did Daily 1aj WANT-TD Do r HAVE BO7THEJ2 FALL& DOWN: ANa KNOWN WHOS3: c COINO/ 10 MAkS A

million of getting this In the paper, but I Am going to not know tin miners that the, the United public Auto r- --I. HEAR MDTB Al401CEJ C ar;;AND'tQJ Ger T
write It anyway. I am eleven years.. old and I feel ter influence Aeafr tAttAr fIE.CALJ66 ynu uulrE+rpMI6EQy
Worker used Its backstage
rible. I live la Dallas and I want the whole world to their please AlmanacToday 15? _
to help secure
know that not everybody. In Texas. 1 la like the man. who that. Walter and i 2C
It happen<< c o
shot our wonderful President It Isn't fair that Texas. Victor Reuther. have long known ...

should get a hAd name because. of one crazy mixed up Juan ....('hln. foimer, head of the eY United. .Pr... Int.natl.e.l, .....
killer. Both Abraham Lincoln James. .
and Gaatield
Bolivian miners union now vice I Is Thursday Jan 2,
assassinated In Washington. D.C. and nobody held It Lechin held ::
of Bolivia
president the second day of 1964 with 364 "neutsa "
against that city. McKinley "*a< shot in Buffalo .and, the key to the miners' revoltThe to follow ""

they dldnt blame everjbody In the State *f New- Yoik.Please . Reuther brother bombardedhim The moon Is approaching Its

print this. Abhj', because It will mean. a lot to with cables and phone calls.. last quarter. IJOIGi

so many good people Finally all the hostage were. released The evening. star are Venus, .<> ai'N..
DAVID Pf DALLAS Jupiter and Saturn.
DEAR DAMOt III print tour" letter. .Mil. Intelligent RECORDING FOR THE On this day in history: Iwtrlwu wtest.a.R >y/-
people ell ere. the world already know that what >'ouaay BLIND asks what It can. do for
In Continental
In true. The Ignorant. we rsui only hope to educate. blind university. students and has 1T7A.
Mass raised the
Cambridge ,
Those we ('- educate we ran pray for them. with phonograph
first flag of George Washington .
records. of text books. As a result SuRB AND NUHI' CATSUP 'ST
DEAR ABBYl What do you think of a lady who , 70 per' cent of the blind students army.In TItN6, HOWTh ONCORsI
asks her" dates tells 178. Georgia ratified the WOULD NOtl SYLVESTfRI ':"rte'
to pay her baby sitter and she the have received better than CATSUP, FLAKES
date that her Utter charge 75e an hour "hut the sitter R grade: and 28 per cent' have American Constitution by unanimous REACH THE IFVOU A=

charge only SOc an hour, and the lady keep the extra received A's.Recording. vote. SUGAR FOR' Mr* pLiASEI
force GUV KOKe
250 herself In 1905. Russian at SEE:
for the Blind hat Port Arthur In Manchuria surrendered -
THE BABY SITTER shown that blind students can M
to the Japanese, the
override the awful handicap of last major military engagement ...
total darkness U only given a
ia the Russo-Japanese! War.
DEAR ABBY: I recently attended a large church chance. ..
wedding and I saw I In 1959.:> Moscow Radio an.
something had before.
never seen CARE .Is an old story *o old
When the bride came down the aisle nounced "a cosmic rocket" was"
everybody In the and so efficient that it dOP.n'tmake church stood up and faced her! Now I have attended headlines anymore.' Disaster launched toward the moon from ...

many wedding In my lifetime but I have never. seen. doe make headlines. Rut the U.SSR. 1
anything like this. I* this a new stjle. or did everybody is calamity '
hunger a
stand up to get a good look at the bride.because a few which: torture millions aroundthe A thought forth. day-English 1r1, ,iwHo.,
Charles Galton
started HT physicist
CARE. New York ArOUf
globe. .
Darwin said The highest possible
RAFFLED: 1001S, with Its ability to dC"1I.rn
DEAR BAFFLED There are. ** many v.rtauen..n : pound of food overseas for' SI. stage In moral culture I* < JIOAanlNO not'lE wMai . MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMSEditorials !
wedding rrm.
doe not dam to Mr that there .to enly sea proper. procedure. In the world. ought to control our thought TMisJ TMINKr
V01J Tote re.R asses
CAME FROM A wNe T. eat
I personally have attend** only see wedding.. PEN PALS People all over tlehlOF FtlD6a MAKgR6f NOW! DID.aJ NOTIG. MV IDiA, BUT
where all the guests ease and face the bride when" the l.GAI.' NOTIGi ANrI tItOtNa'TYCIU M r tGOK Mr mils vii
the world like to know about eMOKINta Y&t VOUR INCL. B FOR ease: AHD DIO.IT MARK ii y A Adel
appeared. other. people. The vast majorityalso NOTICE TO CMIOITOH FDIC 11L4f TMFslo'FONSTANceFb'FodiD tt 7 TENnwYv4LLItN4FR Rvte iO taliIL.l1 _,e ittAK E/JOU6N 5'04
believe In peace. The otherday. IX TNW COUNTY Jt'POSJSJ HAYFiegrNONTN' 1t4tealWMERg eUTDaoMARK dRwAN
DEAR AHBYi Why don't people who. ('aU"OII on the Pravda's correspondent. in ('"Ol.It'" IN AVI KOH vtrW'tAentNTTT 171 SCOLOR GLIKKER vfAeo.a Fog WrJ@ T dwAW THEM 1T POIt' Ot., R7O
telephone. wait long enough' for you to get to the phone Washington wanted" to know how ? ., FLORIDA. IN. PKO- 111AN1'ALFANAPeii! YFAa"SlTl1THlANO ..upl '
it? The HATN *>** Of *A wOJoavtU.w
telephone TRA1T-JV1
company that
suggest the my mail was running<< regarding ts' RM unTATB: orMAKUAHKT .r S A FAMILY
caller wait until there' have been TEN ring before hangIng peace.' I was able to report thatit V. TATLORD.-**4. % 1?ITLV Pt6DB MOLDS write Tnn oeiLY o.acA KNIFCN6tA
up. Very few people let the telephone JP ABOUT AS LO3 A TMROWuMGACT' J (7Nf {
ring more than .
was running strong" for the coexistence T. sit er.dltwr. and all p.e.> l.
three time 'I was afraid you went lying down.",is ao policy Nt by the late ....t..* ..I.'.* ... .4l. iii4Tu bctGFCtc.
.. ,
.. ...t .M4 .tat.t
excuse for hanging up after you've awakened. the person President .Kennedy. and followedby and acli lOt y..... mr. ....*. '
anyway. U a call is worth making it Is worm giving the Lyndon Johnson. I gave be """ft... and ....",..... tw _..... ( b E 4
.. .
sat" .1.. ) aid person called a chance'! to answer. I hope! yowl ue my Pravda a cross section. ,e.. .r ..ta.r. .I Yeu. arse hsvaaaatna
name as I would like those who call me to be a Uttle PEN( PLAN th..t.t..C. WARGAIla-r: / \t'v
..._... .4 t tT
". TAYL.OR .. la. lOt V' .
No less than tea ring, please
more patient. Dan Parker. of Parker Pens has t"... Ceunte. rhgl4a. t. .h. ties.Jahn 1
HELEN DELAPLANE IN CHEROKEE. IOWA R. ....."Irt.... l'.unv J.das wt
arranged with his distributors. In \.luM. rmifilr. at Ala ..rflc. In th.
in countries to collect the name (nasty CnNFTOKNTIU.: TO I.K.N. A NT.PC AND C.KRTt I tuMa rv..,f.iT, rv rM.. wlthln SIC. 4 1'
.f people "" ...want to correspondwith .w.tta. ........ t". Ca!. ad IM fire'
bar never beard .r a man being. dragged t. a rhrlntmaa American Thin/ doesn p..W/estt.s ,,_,. Alt ....I.... and
party, but lore "hoard thai a .to .f them hail. I* h* Carrie. rare whether" tine Parker ........ -. -..... s..ks'U.. ? c 1 1F
they w
55w. ..... In .... w.ns.r t.e s1h.4h.S -
bum. fen or any other ILiad of pen.j span. a artsd a I.......... 1
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% \ earl. I ttItala4u41NC.
Rut he' the New
ih j arranging with 'PhMI .
11 D
('O)?EIIP\ In '\I.T L.4KR (CITY '41Itonwtin Danle.
"Tt.U. TO .ft. \If York WoiUa lair to feed these J1a17. MAIMIAMK+ v.rrrk:
the e . T_(. ".... at M.v.. .
gd.g threugli IU! they will b* matched with T..- !> .>n>...4BIPAN
the-warn** ol American who "' a ABRMTSIriM . ... AFAJ 1
A. i> f"l' IH < j
Get It off your chest. For a persona!, unpublished would. |like. correspond with I,*:Nortlv P'MMda "...... sha tA NAPPY 8RAV
reply. write to ABBY. Box 3369.' : Beverly! Hills. Calif. popl vert....' Thl U one of Pot N.a lit hEM rSAR. ..,.-. woNMoTHe.w Awl'

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WorKRevie".cd ," New Efforts Set \GOP I\ Solon rrta 19 rmAio ffiocaxu son NtWS i icnmpieteijr THirMDAT. JAN. 2, It44
TsarK f

::lforida Television To Bar Blackface j jrHTLAPtLPHIA I I repudiated thisproanis .|! tXra Hartiat of ';Aa the 1TOrd:

By s I \Scores LBJ and cror M. tM .Lash. Turns" laurel la' 'Lift W,Ci! rattwer
1 m.. the hat 3a eo[ members nt and (later ut J.U, ma4 hiRoad .
Kiwanis Club Nth r Programs tights k.drn today $aaaed b t t-oogena fen':1ac: them to do ...r bow in '1 Remember
I renew etloru t* prwrMer Dnarch- WASHINGTON OL<<< PIt Rep. kia "
uddag. Mama.
Big Qldoor.j ta the ..4tk awMw M.n H. R. Crnu. ScHra. who has

Yevtti atOvHte* apoaore4 bytt (In .CM._r.9._ .wru.i.. w I I merm' pa/ade pram we..rbg fee. ** a tVva ta the Mc ..(

DeLMd KMrasla Onto during owl... r biackfac makeup.Tm other! preaideara. h .un lc elli
IMS wire rer e'e4 by fGvaaismvnMit == Y.a $ea.. ,== r:.:: en. I parade. achrhiled t. 1Ie i the hew year with aome unkind
I OIUUB WATDWUJIAaaaMtaaao 1'1 w . tea ass held WeMeday the word. ahovt r
r : despne PrevideM JolMMm.
efeairmen at tfc* en tea Meow sows i t tH tI tf
creu'a -oe*, n>*.q>g 'Tuesday 2 .- I i threat el Nezro drmotratkMUrrtay Grows said ta a statement
at fee Hotel PMtam. Mawswua.ev 'I against it waa delayed sift? Se. Wednesday that the sew Pre
The duWa yowfrthrtoe* an of Preside** )K.-+dy. wttk a military title 1fopD .p..w. D.rar.aaea becaa nt a:yarns. dent. already had ahoor that he

larfely financed trwn fund* gimbaled .by mad order Las brought the .ad.gee shouter outapha. 5. 0t1a.. The delay ta parade.: ; .,atur of both sides<< ft his
raaed- In the aanvalfce wloe-re. ra..w a. oet.a.. wench date back to the heyday i mouth" and --wea-crtMotoci ,.

eiephact sale, fruit eat sale. TN ..O-V._' eC Macfclac. mliutrrl tbows.r ". the art of poimcaJ e pHbe.cj' I
sad tk Marie Rand eecer fa>> fcaaier* and. target ahnoterc are leapuig M the breach with 1N' 13. M oan.Mw I Nn'foll 10 've both sides ta the The Iowa Repwbllcaa noted

pondered by tfc* club t- try" rUtieooa todjgio* M defend their (port and tfcetr guns-qtuMrg w. kl--." N./ d1wpute Mme to work oat a ao- for hte ae -ma. lands<< against I'I
tree )'un..AmoP freely front"" the part of the Constit ioa which protect their right ... Jut_ to their' (bOerencen. profmaala of the previous admiat -
!, .k4 ftwroeroMis pioje<;Ufpne to -Veep aad bear' arm," I .1'a-et .:. .......-...- ......... Leading the eppoMtin* to the $trat>Mi, reached the ..
red for the yovta. 01 West I sir W.i.. wr ..l MacMac semi OcUnnre petal because ef Jotaaum

Vac?*!*. It was pet*?e-l out. are Cre..e.f and tertiftabte fur ef the. >rnrmaa .. f.r. a ",,* In th :0.... )| local preMdeat the role ta the. foreign aid btU I w'
tt:* ....age daace. heH I* ci..- the dent which mtgnt" eveeKBaDv lets t* .ft..-jrm |exislaf>n.i that s ri ear i :::' tt.atar e Nattnoal AMonatMM (or the A4j u..w..

c1"'nUoft" with Rubs Statin wmM , hamper' hi* port. coe him a In* of ianMnenienc* and ",. N... w......r fsvrta \a cetnetit of Colored TenpleiNAACPt He Mid 'that, Jotiiuon had Arm-

\\"ooo..adt Saturday afernorm; i ev wu.Uy tins ham a let of money lor permit or lic*.auig. 1M .fa:,, NN,4r.aelaaMt::0.... and. tenth I m"_. oiutraled toogh and noblest

4mattoes to the 1.L.nd Oulirea It ta tro that an>cne who> really plaaa to do personal harm S u .tt Kj ...... Mlrrv" head o( the Congress ef Racial arm-twitting vrldom. If "'%....,
'* Mmewn. GUt an* Boy would pro, .johly Cad another. tool if a gun wait.'1 ._O.bIa. It indowMfiil t.n .:., ft,,...... ._ lijualitjr: .CORE, here.Botk eea In Qwgre**" to fight' a re4ikl HORA SOMNI

ee>o>.; School Boy Tatrel: hUcfeool U lack of a gun'_woUd sertoosly lmMe the costs of any .a.", .M..woe."',..... S...,P\. MM the >lummer >ua oa credit guarantee

scboiarOiJp fund; JuniorOtympfca. I OM WHO piaaa moroer' ttowerer.It ,.. .:., '.tee..__._N.wa.aI. makeup was Invultinc to the lor wheat. sales to Rascia. mO WORDS THAT OftEN APPEAR

; aJt.ft'-IM.PrWIfII party H only agree that a gun 1V : .a", t" ...._ i I dignity of Xegroe It appearedalmoat Great was among barker ON PRESCRIPTIONS . MEAN
and breakfast CM be a %... tool. .* .a, _._. .
; summer 1rpfy.meat handy lorcrvne. certaia that tHy would
amendment to prohibitof p "AT BEDTIME"...
I use
'" Ussaa R..tSri.
C.duMMly) there .havebeen Initiate fresh
program tor his aofcoolttudent F .:, M h.i..r. legal nwnea to government credit cuaraa- li
*; coOeg rtmtanhip! Crimea that. would arse .i. W.. 'Y'.._ _. have the makeup baaaed. tee for the commndiry: < .ae.. IMit.A y"r *1ecf.r writ** .hi dolt
rite local high sctoool hate been cmmmmed U had I .... '.1 )1..n .- t
graduate. guar ..t .......... -.. J"1i..D)' got Congre to 1 wards fn yr ar tcri>1ln, It II
aid Ckrutmas. t>ase>a tar needy not bas available.On . Ha_ Full Bay allow such
I ... ...... guarantee If thePreside.t ..
Unttlke*. .1. r. e..e.. "' Wf t. y r hrmclit t. tr.nstat.
I .c, 11. considered them ia
a DIM CUM t&e other! hand although wegu '", .._r.r..... ........ SAN FRANCISCO rUTn-Tk* the national 1111"",,", = (fef y*r . the. y*. the iatt
The KJwaai Out 1M ...... *.lovers ar. Inclined to ...saggrsa'e 1Ml r :. .'"., 71.. ....Harr .. . 13ceunry San! rrancico Rayitegwn .
It." : In his attack on .7n11I1_. .ir.etl.1tt.( Trait hb .wl..d
ants''Iba DeLand Hick SoHoMKejett the importance III t guns inpersonal ..1 ........ baa n popuan! a of nearly Grass
noted the
and Key cfuba, whosextraeurrtcuJar .f_. I am convinced: .. Aie,. (.eV t $ mOlinn. according ta the that Presidenthad
s .a. N." promised tn a speech' to
acttwie sen that many home and business it .. ,'r JMrar CanaN Saa Francisco Chamber of Lan .
Congress on Nov 77 that he always
Us* tarulty and snxlent body Is place ha a escaped robbery or )1. ._.. irtcrce. I
would\ Volusia
maey way, it was noted." asfault because a potennal Mid I I i.K .2..; was and respect the (Irwlependenre Pharmacy
Wang the meeting, dub prrvl- vp man know It U LIKELY thata DeLaad Radio Integrity of the

Ann Ralph Tcwiuend paid resident ha* a gun at ....1Id.I ..! e_.l.*. ....."y TV *-. WJBS WOGO legislative branch. 121 NORTH ItVD. PH. RE 4-3313
pedal tnnvte to the rrUzens of I 1 inclined tfl mlaimi the eIN. _**. ..* S. fw"tf *. 'AN "Yet less than. a mmtthlater.
am r<*n.. _......>.. rso..' ***t_ on w-6' 'Si IC C. "
the I>Ln4 aira "for. "tne .pirnH4 actual case ia aumher each: I .* T.*r *.,.*... *..n .....! Gros said Jtohnw
: t npersn OM" rendered the month, I ta whtrtt rttlreti tie
dub tn it* artoua fund"raising" I actually<< defended themet" *

atthvis. r with gun against criminal but
ttjtVnit' the 1up'port of the** the threat of the armed! citizen
BB peopE Towtisend ad| "1' j 1* d*+errrat.
w sold be, IrriposMMe (or j I know of one fatung renrt In
i I
carry out our program of :, {I Florida that has escaped an*

lit juvenile d'.J Jiouency,. and I j I kind of perry thievery l_ man
hl Jplrg our youth grow IBM years while nearby resort M, the
fcetter and more useful' ctrtzen" '{t: Mine type Dace .uf''....... repeat '-
T '1 ed" losses The Is J .
w* end also raid tribute tit reason sltrply
local and area newspaper lor I that the operator, of the ffK KltrR: "tAPflst ,

Dvrtr ,upTTt" cl the, dUI laMuhment bas a rep?taboo" ef, . three* are other. .* AMT_ o 'cr; being handy with a gun and hat I ;:'\
Tea member of the club win deliberately, a4\erti-l the tact )leant .
,, a criminal againstshove
r* egni .4 l*>r pertxt attendaaee. himself.M'e .
i! they have no evidence.
Vrmtort the group was' |, With ,the Sollltan law then might
John;: Can> won' Iu. not mlK M can t favor branriiitungof 1 "Where Thousands Save Millions9
not rr""P murder. arson nr eTorMon
a m".utlc for 24 )rart. (oltow.''CS d firearms by every home owner I
but the nt
presence an Illegal
by Harold CUfin who hat a :21- but. ne\erthelM. tile detenentI
>.ar perfect an.n
\4 Mo. Brmaa with" a 17. I guns 1* 1 legal la our country I point thin out In falrne, tothe -.;
record of perfect attendance Now I question If cttl7Mmartamanehtp ;
year New York ) .
lation attempt
tratnlnz I I. ,.( any DeLand Federal
!Ne\erlhele... it la a ba1
R. E. Piltbury annnunced foal, great benefit In national defense| I
thing: a* a shove and there art I ;
Flu for the KJ"' ant> LadjetNl because! I believe our wartime better .

Tuesday at the Sirt"'n Union nretan. skills ran. b* taught ,
There mutt be some r form* of '
building u.mll.l tbls dUIII.,.. nf. qak'kly j and efficiently to re ,i fire.rms legislation. Most hunt' Savings & Loan Assn.

Leers: for> 19M will he IrutaJIed rnilt Necettary a* he is. the I, "s 01School's target .hon4er* agree thai, : '
b- Lt I.m': Robert Coleman! of rifleman I.I bemming n ematierand 1
It I I. wise to regulate the purchase
Daytona Bearh.\ fnrces, smaller, Pei hap pal1t1* that,argument armed 01GID"S .. of fiiearms by }uventle.and "
of Condition December 31 1963
I to pi event the purcaie: of, Statement
Hat IIag, baa bHeeL" gun: hy known crtmlnal or ttitversle I .....,. .

\ *. It I ft "wise" to do so _= '.
\\XNDES. ..ArI& (UPI Law could not prevent crlmlnal although" The )legist*ll\. problem RESOURCES CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES -
> from al
Darlene Anderv. whn joinM' securing gun .
I ate enormou
the pace corps and went to ElEaJvaitor bast for many >ear*. Them are
Central Amrrlra.write I enough privately owned gun In f All Kportumefi 1.I.lal1.should. waithpntn.ed Somepretty First Mortgage: Loans ---- $::!,433.M'.63 Accounts
I Ir gun Sax-ings ___ $24,377,933.91
that she took alooc a this. country to arm a b-emerwlous

d1a t+t baa for! aatt\ women to h r I army. Thee gun range from fantastic. to regulstion the haveIran and Loans on Savings Accounts____ 142,835.33
proponed past Loans. in Process 1,178,056.37
trpryThev "Junk to refined and l exp! "enslvoprwtting ' i -
cUd hut the n tl\e cKUd. : arm of' wkieariety. oiheiwill be proposed In thehulas. FHA Property Improvement Loans 189,341.0)

ren are using the bag for hat, Most restrictive legislation would, ei Escrow Accounts 64,336.43

t>arlen. rrpnrts disarm the honest man/ while, the !' Real Estate Owned _____-___ 55,293.76
utmlnal armed MmeU anyway.A Advances from Federal Home
I i Cash on Hand and in Banks ____ 1765817.52 Bank
**d example of legUlatlongainst <<\ NONE
BOULEVARD firearm I I. New York' I Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank 290500.00

DRIP IN THEATRE Sullivan law which mike It 11.0 Be NamedTALLAHASSEE Deferred Credits ------ S9.169.ll:>
pne.ibl.! for minor' i ublic nfft U.S. Government Securities ____ 1,748,857.0<
Ta..f" it h Tk. Night Ta whethera
dale If) |tea Judgment : ; ; C. Ovt Ta A MavUI. citizen may nr may lint .ussent Board fit Control: will, meet here Other Investment Securities _____ 601,375.00 Other Liabilities 2,619.42
0... .... ...- T,ODM The New York lAw I
a pistol.
Jan 10 to select a He for Land & Office Building :
Ta..I'a Oali. !Ii held up a* the perfect example I Florida! new rtrtiee granting Specific Reserves ________ 44,505.00
of ml"CI.IIlH! l | firearm. less Depreciation' __________ 341,117.00Furniture.
< A Can..d rAITiM ... Hlwt Institution 1 A eat central: Jlort -
legi lation and 1 should .be the .
s.4 lala: last to defend It but I c 1/1/ see memher' had been Fixtures and Equipment. General Reserve __$1,998,079.89

-WHItI THE SOTS ADI" tome merit 1(1( It. It .Is not all bad I sided< ,> 'In pick the site last less Depreciation ____ 79,971.94

(..rl. HamllionAt .. It make it prismble' for police month' at a session In Boca Surplus 62,014.50 :2,060,094.39!
Deferred Charges 107,129.43:! ------
l to hold known criminals If they Raton Instead. ol making a

i: an..,ir have pistol without, permits-anxcu fad selection" of site, they' Other Assets _____ 11,392.21
"THUMDtllOAD"It.h.r .. the police have oftennrefied. narrowed' the choice tit four
$ Mltrham. proposed. localiona In Seminole

Let'* not kid otirwlsf-n. III'' and Or."... counties and left Total Resources __________ 27766720.63 Total Capital & Liabilities __ $27.765,720.63HECOnD :

. every community police know at I the final decision until the
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January s..*.l ton.l OF GROWTH

>e hoard later, however held "
n meeting In Sanford and drop. Resources Dec. 31, 1953 ______________ 12002068.05 .

M1RT'MaLIFrTOCK. 'a pod one *f the k><'.u...... the 'p Dec. 31, 1959! _______ 15416306.05 s"
.. p lust lit I It _('alIPd Deseret .it. 33 mile :
MsilglvdI east at Orlando. .. Dec. 31, 1960 __________ 13,140,808.52
R's' vi... ..R Site under cnnnlderstton were Dec. 31. 1961 __________ 21,304,745.99

:.IN l's wash the Bluestone site fixe mile Dec. 31, 1962 _________ 24,570,245,73 'wr tnttda
i alt to hunaithe truth., of 'the Martin Co. plant

south of Orlando Lake Ada. December 31 1963. $27,766,720.63
adjacent I In the City ef Sanford. Resources .

and. Eeonlockhatehee, east .,
Ovteda. TM AltUn pats the Intaatllle. P....*..*. rrsperty T.. .n Its member' firing Aeerant.

f '+ rlar* _ea** nt. leased .* _> SI*.*** _j the Tidiest SsTtaga and Leas Insnrsar rrrttttt: -..

.M Switch In Weather OFFICERS DIRECTORS 1 ,, ..t :.,'

LONTXV ear ago .. .
+ 'C 't ..
dONflWIfiIE M..1 HEI11MM ;" "
today, Britain was uttering It* GEORGE W. MARKS President NELSON GILREATH '
worst winter storms In rentur ':tt.( ,.. .

"McU.n.cKI" ten and cold and mow. record.were ROBERT. HESTER. Executive ....' \. ROBERT HESTER

cj: G IJ:90Jl: [ ()( 17Gl179ncl.srootar ; naiHMi.Temper.being broken across the' Vice President and Manager ..

pnaavamtratac." :_.____, .turea today were In C. H. SMITH, Vice President i JOHN T--JOHNS .. ..

the :M s In/ moM Brittih! power, VIRGINIA M. LENOX, Vice President &y
outdoor rates' and tennis court H. JORDANJ. ...
Secretary ... : t
NOW'LAtiNOFUTIY.F.I were crowded and the weather < .
Athens man said the miMweather" was ROBERT S. HEEBNER. JR.. Vice President .< /' MARSHALL LANE ;:: ', .!;
1t11d:134It-dtt expected" to continue for several *
more day. GEORGE 'V. tARKS.. ..
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vat 1ti'011' rind
tweeUtr"iofta I RICHARD A. FAWLEY, Branch Manager .... .-:- .fG

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Ie Session p.te 11 etUNO (tJlOIIDA) SUN MTW1 THURSDAY, JAN. T, 1944 Lake HCCllPcrsolluls] nUT NOT ALL Policy Talks Mishap\ ] Provokes Subways Roll

Set rro Open Under/ Way Crashes, Shooting In New York] :

r Y A TONES !TpETF.n.s"una1"IAn: ( )

ay &J..t.. Pr... Infaii.b.eN. Continued from Pat Twelve. ) accidental fender bender her NEW!: YORK tlTPH' gut
Mounting lineal prnhleme VIENNA, Austria tirri) New! Veers Eve developed. Into rolled usualIn
and buses as
Is stationed la Texas: Is In the JTq(; .. ways"
Communist ,
plague" many of the nation service.Jamea. ChllPt'I"ml. a e r I e flf Intentional car the nation's largest city to-
sutra, and MuftnarhuHetts 1 I. expected ", Norst of HI., Chou En Ul la engaged In high- crashes and ended ..."belle da,'. A dramatic ,settlement e l
< Chicago
CHICAGO (Urt) Th level I talks "with
lo hrov 11a\ n driver the other
exccption of last week angry shooting the transit contract dlsputo as-
spent a couple days
at the opening of Hi stale I'ffi visiting Mr. and Mrs. diaries average American man of Albania" China's only European In the IPI.roU'f' cured the 4 million dally riders
; will drink a half harrrl of ally In the Sfno-Soviet dispute
legislative session today. Lamed. said James G, Reap of uninterrupted! service for the)
The Bay State legislature' ,In Mr, 1 E. A. Mullen and daughter beer In 1961.! according. to within, the Communistcamp 21 of Plvervtew. "... surrendered next two ) ,
David Slottrr. ofDrewerys
the first of 22 Mate lawmaking pi-eMtlont diplomatic sources said on aggraxatrd assault Transport Wnl'kerlnll'll:
,, Mrs E L. Powers arrived I
bodies which have regular aN. Monday. from East Aurora N. Ltd., a Mid. lortay.Chou. charges several hours after' the. ITWUI) accepted!' Wednesday a
Ions scheduled this Mont + Nest' brewery. began the third day of Incident and Carter Bryan of
year r Y to spend some time with her \3-oent money and fringe benefit
of the remainder begin their I, son and daughter-in-law.: Bill and tit.'t..11 to Albania today. Reports I Gulfpnrt. Kla., was hospitalizedin package spread tier two,
from Radio Tirana In the
sessions within the next Iwo Glnny Mullen and family good condition years. averting a. strike. which
Albanian have,
weeks \ixou Is capital concentrated fteall and were' driving
nesting Bryan this
Raymond Rlggs ot Irving.' Tex.. wnuld liaxe paraly&xl city
Actually, a token meeting<< spent last weekend" with tile I on .the ceremonial .and In downtown St.' Petersburgwhen . of I million. The Transit Authority
launched the 1961 session of the brother and sister-lnlaw., Mr. MIAMI lurll) F"m..r'NO. goodwill: aspects. of the tnurwithout one ot them-police aren't whim operates the

Massachusetts' legl I 1 a t u rWednesday. e r 1 and M.... Dale> Rlggs and family. President Richard Nixon: 'finurntly sessions\ ,mentioning any working' sure which changed lanes and mass transportation system

Rut today Gov. r The Rev.' Rohbms Ralph of mentioned a* a pnt.IM* bumped the other car here. mart the W3.MW.OOO otter
Undloott:: Peaborty: was expectedto f 4 Avon Park was overnight guest COP presidential candidate' wan Rut source In Vienna' said I The accidental. collision 'led to after! the union "withdrew" Its

deal with Hale. finances In of the Rev. end M.... Paul Graeser resting[ here today in MrluMon. they .believe the. Chinese premier A series ot Intentional fender demand. for a four-day, 32-hour
his message: to the legislator/: at the Congregational Manse, Nixon aiTlv sl hit Tuesday ta using the \lslt for impoitant I bendlngs that police said finally work, week.
Sixteen of the 22 states must last Saturday Mr. Ralph wan night and took n lltrp bedroom confeienoes "with Albanian I stopped when the two men The settlement' which cam

tackle the pi obi em ol' mate revrnues '' here (for the Installation last suite at the. Key Flucajn lintel, : Communist leader. Envcrlloxha i pulled to the c-urb to argue more. than four hours after the
In their regular sessions. and Premier MehmetShehu. about their crumpled fenders.Beall strike
/: << Sunday of Mr. Graeser. Hotel manager It. John Donrv TWU's original S a.m.
with racial and housing dlscrlnvtnatlon SPRING TIME IX THE ROCKIKS-WorVmen Install a huge Mr. and JII..... Floyd' Flexon. ac. hue raid Nixon "camp on the I reached Into his glow deadline, slaved off the first
teel of the mountings for North AmericanAir niN: !'isTK:>T BACKIM: ; took ,
reapportionmcnt and spring part companied her mOlhrr. Ann spur of the moment to get way i compartment a pistol complete close-down of the subwaybus -
constitutional affairs confronting Defense Command's underground combat operations' (Mrs. Dave) Oarrtgues! to her for M while" H. said 1 the former Albania has consistently. stood 'loaded It and shot Rican: In the 'system In history;
the! others center in the heart of Cheyenne Mountain near Colorado home here from New Jersey vice president planned to stay by China In its Ideological Areapate leg. police said. He surrendered The. TA's offer was mad p$s.
At least 18 other Springs' : Colo. A total of 937 of {*. made from himself a few horns later. .
states have weight They arrived lust.. Friday andFTmd "a couple of dn' >*. with the Soviet Union Bible by 'a behind-the-scene. arrangement
indicated the. possibility of special three-tnch sleet Mill be used. They 1.500: ) pounds and left t the first of the week" Donohue. said Mm. Nixon did while the. remaining Communist between. Mayor nehoo>

legislative: sewslons!' I this cost $400 each. People manning the center won't be able for their home near Ney1'eat, rot accompany her husband nations of Eastern Europe have Thieves Huh Trio art r. Wagner and (Oov Nel.
, >ear. In thin category.! Illinois to tell the springs are there-the buildingswon't' wiggle' Rrrrm= Is staying to help* her. supported Soviet Premier Nlkila son A. Rockefeller, to financially
, is the frontrunner with an "xtranrdlnary or bounce-but the unique mountings! will protect electronic mother get: settled and will join idea Rebounds S. Khrushchev aid the deficit.ridden TA. The
, earthshaking,: nuclear blasts. The MIAMI ltiri> Robbers surprised .
equipment against :
meeting scheduled him later.' Thousanda of Albanians help aluM at $U million, will
Idea out of early plans to mount individual pieces of an elderly couple and, a .
grew .
nest Monday. Prairie. State leg./: I LONDON I url) A British cheered Choti's motorcade present. the present 13 cent
UUtors will) deal with implementation sensitive equipment. on smaller springs.; manufacturer. nf air refvehrr Wednesday as he dime throughthe teen-aged granddaughter. as th..yI"'urn"d subway and bus (are1'( at

of an at-large: election Orange CityPersonals raid today that a ran ofvearwoid city in lay a wreath on the here home from a restaurant tied- least. the first sear ol the \two>>
lor state. reiresentntl\es| forced ... Wednesday night I ear connect,
at..aI '\ eraser" It put nut monument In Albania's war }
fig Ham! them up and stole' a St.MW ring
by the failuie of a reapportlonment as an adxerUolne<< gimmick lias dead according to Radio Tirana : ,
and about $4M In cash. Jack Benny and his- 'MOWIC .
islative commission districts.Kentucky. to remap leg I I Negro Ncics \f fIr HOLLYWOOD ''UP1> Moxle- become' a big: neller.\ The monument commenvoiatcs !h. and Mil Mitchell Cotton I Don Wilton, claim to have bees
"The Idea rebounded on us. the men xxho died In AI.hIInlA'
should be overwhelmed .
said two masked
goers by men were the (first broadcast to pump
;: .
Mississippi Pennsylvania (Continued from ) the firm .
Rhode I the t background music. of "I For Pace Twelve raid 1. "and we "A" of Independence"the walling inside their. home, when I humnr Into commercial and U
Island and had "o many requeMa for action In which" Italian
Texas. The scoi-e was condui-t- Crews of' S. Holly Asa they returned 'from dining out
\ ga\e: kid I heir sponsors.
South Dakota :
will begin regular *. Annie William canii that base hA'1 and l Herman
we << ousted
put armies were
ed Nelson .
by with an 30pleee surprise birthday r""Iun" sessions next Tuesday, to] swear word emuer, on the In 1944! ending a flseydwr ._ ,
symphony orchestia.Oiance. evening In honor ot Mrs. Grace the ,three while his partnerlied j k. ="'"
lowed t by Colorado Michigan MI''', Annie WIlli II mil. 310 \V.Kuclld kit at three. hlllinc: six occupationThe
Warner, Mrs Crews' moth.r.Flll1hdAY 'them rap.
York and W"Ih'jllnh.. onWednesday. \ Axe., died at 9:15: a.m. .H1 taOist apieceNicgua tadio also polled a
: N.J. ; three sons In Uw,
rake The
and .
punch Wpl'l""pl't'd granddaughter.Rhnnda Jean'sHair
Arl/onn and Georgia Tuesday. at Fish Memorial. Hospital .. Fill and Charlie Martin, -- - - ------ -- speech addressed. to Chnu byrirtnicr
t" the S:1I1': 1" rtrrcntwore Schultx, also was tied
N. V at the
open Jan. 13: Kansas and where were I '
she "
had been a patient DeLand, and .'Jarrett. 'hl"llIl'hlrh empha
Ralph Mr and Mis. HowardWarnor. I and gagged The \l3- ear-old
up [ >
for dlnnrr t'allers
South Carolina Jan. Salon
Alaska! Jan 27. II, and lor 10 days. Brooklyn, N.Y. ; 12 grandrhllfl- Mr. and Mrs. Cnilrtelrhle. on Sunday wore Pi-ofemior and sised Albania's Io> alty. to China: girl \acatlnnlng her from Styling ,

Mee.VUliama was born In ten: five groat grandchildren<< Mr and Mrs. Thomas. Mix Alfred L rC'ITtoll' ) '. In the Communist 1 split.Ltilopi.c Birmingham' AlA and
Other states with regular/ senaions nidgenprlng.\ S.C and had lived and other relatives.Funeral ) --'---
W. Crows anti I
children of OrangeCity ,
: N V Guests\ New Sends Ere; at
opening: through next<< May I here. for the past !SO) xenrs. She! arrangement; are Incomplete. and l Mr and Mrs Brucetibxon the Chatlerton were Mi and : ; KmnrilyCARACAS I Latin America.'" DccynCosmetic:

Include Delaware New Jersey, wee a member of Greater Union Arthur J. Mack Funeral ; : and thiee children of Mm. Harold: Teague and Ben I In a N.w'f'a1 speech( at Studio
California Hawaii Maryland First Baptist Church where she. Home Is In charge Tllus\IIII'. They nil wished Mis. Manley.. !'; ,it'Pl President,' the \'f'nf'F.I'f'la"1I1t... !House,"
Wisconsin and Louisiana. served In Choir No. 1 until her Warner<< many rnm-e happy birthdays _ Rnmviln Betancomt eulogized" ] Betancourt said the memory of' (I... C nl" A Welt
-.-- --- health. began to fail her and Alan. :\ and mad we add our congratulatlmi Mom-ow'a' famed Bolshol Theater the late. John F Kennedy: the assassinated L S Chief Kvecutlxe : e..daa. ." ........t.......
I la c.II11ArI'Anll'm..n"
Of has Army medic "erv'r.nlchud Meethig.
was a member of Prince Of ; ,* ,sfoo.; Ballet grew from a dancing \\ednesday as "Ihe 'first U.S 'will !Use on In the tie a. Rlsa ...... Plio sacnilN.
Deacon of. The VanDyke
Show" :says. "Jly Dick only bal. Peace Chapter No. 120 Order ofEastern will be made. 'tnr Mr. and Mrs V. Roscoe C'1I.I. clans) organized. 'for homeless. orphanage President who exer look a sin i heart and minds of Venezu ...
Star. children In 1773. I cote Interest<< In the problem of Plans" -
lifts!. were. with" Git who xeaUted a funeral at the called meetingof tenonlslirtl, Alt and Mrs i&W.-E.-iiUY
theIr diphtheria .hoU." She 1 1.. survived by three daugh OES;!,; 120 to .he held at 7:30: Lew-l Sherwood In Orlando taint,
errs Mrs Charlotte Worthy and p m. tomorrow at the home of' Thursday. And Friday the Sherwood .
Mrs Sarah Martin, [)DeLand, i Mis. Aldora Stiller :317 W. Euclid and Mr Sherwood's. sister. .

CHAIN LINK Mrs.. Annie. R. Janett. Brooklyn,. AAU members are asked Mrs Aubrey Brookner. of
N.fh.: sons William Andrews to attend.
Miami Walter) Andrews,
Rldgesprlng S.C Willie Andrews BO'PIT.\.I. F.rORT

.. Philadelphia. Pa.. James (test. .t Yolukla Memorial ......1...'. t. W".ut ....'.
.... y.a II.
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.A. "' '''' ""'1". Andrews! DeLand. and Albert ...#.e....t,..... .zee srsaiiN calms
Dismissed Mrs.
I : Lilly
Williams Newark, N.J. : two Oarn. VfiU mutt !tan. u.iy. tat ,mi r
Duncan Roberson Clark Quar dap. s vu tn.n.y k Oanss. nM
stepdaughters Mrs. Francis a tiny. taal.t.nd.awly! , .....".........
Call RE: 4-0500 Phillips DeLand. and Mrs. Rosa ter.Fish C.t nit "' tic*.* fat and tv* ,lend.
Memnrlnl .'. ('I..?..... .ti 1174'0 end ,. .",,,
Corbln Philadelphia. Pa. ; tinestepson i I." inn. w.anti.. ; It ...t ulnf.d
Marvin Williams. New Admitted Willie Lee Thomas. la. .
any.a.n rust It Yrn the Oastas. '
York, three daughters-ln. law. 420 W Carolina A"nli Elfie I. ".... ...u..... "".. set your.
and .nsr.v. back Nn.. .'.....
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Mrs. Marie Andrews, peLsnd.Mr L. "Smith.' 23:\* W. Walts St. 0...,..... .s weld, with. this, eusraat.. .
*. Louise. Andrews, Miami Dismissed. : Caesar James Krarter. 1 till Q t

and Mrs. Juanlta William.., East. . Lake Helen.. nRANne D....". _.LT.....1 edwa.MARMACV Plil.d

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Ij j+ "' _J PAA Statement of Condition RESOURCES At The Close of Business December LIABILITIES 31, 1963

Cash on Hand and Due From Banks _. S 242,314.21 Deposits __ S 630977.57

Tim Cartilicalst of Deposit ___ S 200000.00 .

Capital $ 300.000.00
U.S. Government Securities ____ S 213843.75 ,

Talk brut value-and you will-the only Invites compar aon. You'll probably find Accrued Interest Securities S 1.S87.92
Surplus __.. S 100000.00
thins equal to Plymouth's low price i&Plymouth's that, car for car, model Ilor model, feature -
Loans and Discounts ____......_. S 423217.84
classic good looks! It's a rare for feature you won't get so much car for

combination. . one of the moat handsome so little-anywhere So get up and go see Furniture. Fixtures &<< Equipment __ S 25.232.84 Undivided Profiti __ $ 45.120.28

cars on the road at a kind-to-the-pocket your Get-up-and'go Plymouth Dealer Banking! House and Land ______ S 41613.66

price that will amaze you. And Plymouth now! He'. got the BIG! Plymouth values! Reserves ...- S 25753.77
Other Assets __ S 4.047.33:

TOTAL ASSETS $1.131,857.60 TOTAL LIABILITIES $$1.151,857

Now see the men who sell the quality Plymouth Directors -


1 A. H. Gaede Wendell Jarrard,:Sr. Wendell Jarrard, Jr.

BILL Fred Mancinik H. W., Manning Donald'A. PageSin

1201 North Boulevard DcLand, Florida Frank Sherman



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,II City's Mayor i

of I Gives Views +{

Orange City-Lake Helen-Cassadaga For New Year


MAS. CRNXST WIXXETT MM. LOUIS rOLSOM ... Year's statement of James

L. Donaldson mayor of dang
I sty:

"It U a privilege to extend the

I wishes, of the season toY fellow

Pep DUAND FlOtlDA( ) SUN MEWS THURSDAY. JAN. 2, If M I citizen and to the other
Lake Helen] members, of the team at Orange

Orange CityShuHlcboard City Trot) IIa 1. We feel we

have hal a good year and two

Personals people have told us that the

Large Attendance Opens :' town Is in the brat shape of Itsentire

LAKE HELEN Among! the history which dates backto
neighborhood and family Christ' i- 1883. Only two you cay well'

Club Events mas parties held last week .was 1tts%; that Is two more than usual. Ws

Season !the Christmas Eve Smorgasbord : v'-4lli.4--; believe their comments were!

Cussudaga Camp I at the )home of Mr. and Mrs. I I ILawrence : : prompted by the enlarged
ORANGE CITY The Coronado .. BJoikholtr. Guests Christmas lighting<< program the

Club of :New-.: Smyrna Beach I were Mr. and Mrs. Don Ander 4 t new, street light, the tree trim.

was scheduled to come to I IOn. Mr. and Mrs.. Bob Cunsalc ", ming program and other improvements
CASSADAGA The Camp Is underway there will be services t
Orange City Monday a Art Agett. Miss Helen Johnson, and maintenance
season opened last Sunday with st 7:30: p.m. Tuesdays and game on the local courts but It and Mrs. L Lettle Casmer. projects which have been car

a large attendance: at the after I Thursdays and the Library will was canceled due to rain. No I Mr and Mr*. Chris Melteuen I tied' out.
soon services. be open Wednesdays from 7 9 other games were scheduled' due / I
entertained' neighbor at Christ' The tax rate of Orange City
'The Book of Life." U the subject p.m. C. Harrison Engel will conduct to the Christmas holiday
toss Dinner. There nine at has remained at the low
chosen by Mrs. Martha the Tuesday and Thursday The usual inierclub competition the table: were SANTA VISITS COLEMAN SCHOOL Santa Claus paid his annual visit! re- rate for many years but same nevertheless

Mallory)" for her addit-ss at the. meetings next 'week The Rev. was played on the localcourts Kenosha Wisconsin: neighbor cently to the Marian Coleman School in Orange City and distributed gifts to the your Town fathers will
l 2:30: pm..mice at the! Auditorium John Pastor Is In charge of the said that the twinkle in Santa's resembled that Ches-
last Saturday afternoon were" Christmas dinner guests at pupils. Many eye possessed by have about 0,000 to spend for
Sunday. C HarrisonEngel library, located In the ThatcherFlou.e Col. Alfred Mead and Geraldlne I I the home of Hr. and Mrs. Steve ter Rearlck president of the DeBary Civic Association. Grouped around Santa are. Improvements In 1964. This is
: will follow with communications and conducts the Open
alter Mrs. Mai- Forum there from 89pm. Wednesdavs Crook were In the playoff for the Severance.A left to right. Gwendolyn Golden. Cynthia Mitch Freddy Dessaure and Mrs. Marian due to the normal growth. This

lory's suVdremi and "U1 conduct! Red team and Frank Monahan I I IruaeD. group of New'; Englanders<< Coleman principal. The party was made possible through an anonymous gift froma means that many minor items
and Alma Dankworth for the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Downing.Mr DeBary resident. (Photo by Cox) will be taken care of during theyr.r.
a special communications service Also at the Thatcher House
The team for the Reds I and Mrs. Earl Ogden uf, Our neighbors and fellow
at 4:30: p.m. Mrs E. F:. fun games are held at 1:3O:: p.m.
won by a score of 10660.> The Lake Helen and Mr. and Mrs.Fred citizens can expect slow and
White will be at the organ. Tuesday and game night is i
referees were Henry Lovejoyand i Brebner and Mrs. continued in
Henry Cit Personalsschool Improvement every
Now that the winter 7:30:
Saturday at : Orange
programi p.m. f
Robert Weatherwax and the Brebner of Orange<< City-were } Heard Seen way and I am sure we can all

storekeeper William Salmond. 1 guests of Mr and Mr*. Carl continue to feel proud of the attractive .
1 A new method Is being usedto I Swanson. at a Christmas Eve ORANGE CITY Mrs. Laura and will 'Join her motherIn little town which we call

Greek Student Is Guest select the two I teams to compete j Buffet' dinner The same!' group Harvey.' of N. Thorpe Ave. washostess Florida after graduation in home:'

in the playoff. A number 1 were guests of the Ogdens for for dinner on Christmasday June. Mrs. Allard and Mrs. Rand 111 Around

is drawn by someone In the Club I Christmas dinner. and those present were Mr. are sisters of Mrs. Brooks.IIKBARY Mrs. Howard Jones spent the

i and the two teams, one for the I December held several celebrations I and Mrs. Kellogg Franklin. Mr. ISIT I holidays in Sarasota with rela

At Boy Scout Yule ) Red and one for the Black that I for the Swansoru. They and Din G. Gordon Mead. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Botsfordof Lake Helen lives
Parly Sirs Orange City and Mr. and Mrs.
have a total score closest to that I celebrated their 35th wedding and Mrs. Roy Woodward. Sir and Mrs. Alfred B. Hunt

number are the two teams to anniversaryDec.. 11, and Carl Emily Wheatley. Dr. Louis David BolKford:! of DeBary had entertained with Christmas dinner .

play. So it dm* not necessarily celebrated his. birthday Dec 21. Wheatley, Dr. Frank Whealley dinner at Jean's Spaghetti House LAKE HELEN I'm sorry at their' home. Guests

Indicate that they have the high I Margaret and Lawrence SI''.... Sin Charlotte Hatch. M..... Virginia Christmas Day and spent the to be ending 1963 without giving were
ORANGE CITY The Orange Marcus then ,pie-nted the j core for the three games;: playedin served' a family Christmas dinner Griffin and Dr Ellen Harvey remainder of the day at the you all the news about the many Mr. and Mi's. Henry Jennings .of
Coi-Uand. N.Y. and Mr. and !II...
City Boy Scout Troop Mi held I troop with a sctapbuok of newspaper competition.NHB\ to daughter Eleanor and of the University' of Mary home of the Botsfords in DeBary, Christmas activities, that wenton.

its Christmas party in the pictures taken of th. I (iAMKM I son-ln law Clyde L. n k lor d.I land. Dr. Harvey .is the guest. of M.... Muriel Collins and Mrs. Marvin Jennings and children
I Mark and Monaca. Mr.\ and
lm ship Hall of the scenes and activities' of t the granddaughter Lankford her mother for the holidays. i iChrl.lmas Doris Nelms entertained recently What with an early deadline
The full of the club I Cheryl Mrs.\ .
Church 'f'I'1 JamrureeMarcus quota last week for Christmas and Henry Jennings spent Ih.w..k
recently.Scoutmaster the Mrs. Collins' grandnephewand an
and Lankford.and evening
which is seven, went to the I grandson Larry groupwere : with the Hunts while, the
Charles who has been made Cororarto Club In New I his wife', Anne, all of De- the guest' of Mrs Char. I his wife, Mr. and Mrs. John early deadline this week for
SmyrnaBeach rest the toured
acted as master of ceremonies I The New Years Day and that bug family the
an honoiary member of Troop to Land ; lotte Hatch and were Joined by Anderson of Columbus Ohio.

assisted by senior offlceis. I 54-1, was a scoutmaster and district Monday City In the repienentOrange Volunia I| Luther and Cookie Kuhn had i Mrs. Chauncey M. Ogden and young couple were enroute to W. that grabbed me making my E'lte.
Woodrow Arnold. Gene Mitchell. Palm Bench where John will be.mplo'MJ head and sapping Reid and Blanche Williams
executive In Greece He Ladle Tournament. I their granddaughter<< Clara Jean. j Mr. and Sits A. Wan-en Wells woozy myenergy.
Ray Newbury and Flank Poclca I also was' connected with the County. The ladies Singles who ..' Barn, with them for the ChrUl- i fur bridge.Mr. by Pratt and WhitneyAircraft. I'm just and Junior officers Wayne Ar signed up I and promise to do better next Christmas. Daughter Mary Jane
American Embassy' In Athens, to play were Ruth Leonard. mat hollda).. Clara Jean' Is a f[ and Mrs. Francis T. Hall up .
nold. Frank Poclca Jr. and his home city. After graduationhe Alma Dankworth Nell Mead. student at Blue Mountain College. '. of St. Lawrence Ave. were din. Dinner guests. of Mr. and Mrs, ,I year Mllmine was down from Jacksonville

Wayne WeUmakcr plans to do postgraduate work I Da Emery Vlctoila Salmond. Blue MCIlRtaln11.a.. She i user guests of Mr.\ and )Ira. II. Harold M. Freund and Sirs CeliaBmvkley Happy New Year. Charlotte and daughter, Neried
A spot-lal guest was Gregory I and husband Hirry KulesH, and
and then hopes to lake sometype left friends In Christmas
up Marie Aldrich and Gertrude" Tuesday to Join R. B Jones of Orlando Christmas on day were
Marcus, a scholarship student at J of woik between the statedepartments Sullivan.Sorry . St. Augustine for the return' trip eve. Robi>rt Jones, a teacherin Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bowkley Cassacla sons. Ruddy and Erik came
Stetson University" who told thehoys I from Flagler Beach. They had
of the two coun to school. the New York City schools and William Martini. Later In ga:
of the troop of the International however' to report thatit | their Christmas I celebration
Itoy Scout Jamboreeheld tries. had to be canceled. on account Mr. and Mrs Arthur (Becker was upending the holidays with I, the day they njJObb: Bowkley M I I Christmas!! Eve because Mary
UOMHt: IlAIMiKM | of Seville and I sons, Kenneth of his parents Christmas day. the home and sup PersonalsCASSADAGA I
last summer in his native of rain and play was to be resumed Jane had to be back in Jacksonville .
Wuyne. Arnold Junior scoutmaster weather' Seville and Clyde: of Umatula.. j Halls and their neighbors Mr. per.
Greece.' Tuesday per to work Christmas!
I ; Frank Pot-lea Jr. assistant | were Christmas visitors at the i and MI".. William Nabora haddinner Mr. and Mr. Roy Woodward I I Day.
Til KM: K KONJ Junior scoutmaster and mitting. 1 home of his sister, Mrs. Matilda together at the Nabors i attended an open house. at the Congratulation On Sunday before Christmas
There> were rx-lween 13.00O antI l Wayne Wellmakrr. scribe were Several of thus! members havebeen Ward. Mr and Mrs. Harry Far. | home. I home of Mr. and Mrs PaulTaylor to Mole and DeEtta Gee Blanche and Charlotte Folsom,
16...((K. 1 Boy S<-outs fn,m countriesall 1 and sue entertaining com ..... I I who wei-e married at WWiam. spent the afternoon with the
also Christi In last
presented I honor budges .1of 1)o>la."PrP DeBary Thursday
J user the solid' pi-ewnt for t Peters elwl John IUpp :':'em.1:: puny over the huUtla)'". Visiting i mae visitors at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Harris. Sir.and . I. evening The Taylors have spent I port, Pa., Christmas Day 1913. Kuleskl. Blanche found card
the famtxsee.) Marcus played arecording ducted as Tenderfoot scouts. at the Itoyt Marker" home onSumner Ward. ". "" '. Mrs. JamiL.. Donaldson. I several winters 'In Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Gee celebrated and gifts awaiting her. It washer
of t thrM"CI.I Ave.. Mr. and Mrs. E. J: Morebou 1 I their .
\ J nvbore for about a week 1 Sir and, Mrs. Alfred. Bendwtg 50th anniversary quietly at I birthday.Mrs. .
had as" h..rI .
Louise Roberts
Joey Lindsay and Eugene and Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Hooterenjoyed
theme written their
song by a were! Mr and :Mrs. t.'al..nreJ1Jan'hal'd entertained dinner Chrlatroes I. home with Lillian Parkerand ";lh..1'an Dunkirk arrived
Greek and then l.nmtiert. newly elected. ,1wendleaden | holiday II:urns her brother and CltrHiirms dinner at the 1 1Caiwadaga on !Maitha
C'OmI.JlOf'r| gavea and on Bruce Their Mallory as their
: '> day Mr. and Mrs. Ned Decker Sunday from Ablngton,
sinter-in law Mr antI MrsFred '
and their auilfttants.Reginald
Hotel and the
translation in of thesong. spent dinner
English home in Went"port. ::11\ I of DeLand. Mr and Mrs John guests.' Pa. and Is the houseguest r>t
. <1 Lanlgan!;: anti itotwrtFuries Craven of St. Petersburg remainder of the holiday at the '
where other Christmas I
Mrs. Ulioclmnl U ateerher. Among celebrations Eunice:
Strouse ( Hall.
I II. Adam. Mrs. Marguerite Williams at Grtgham
Mr. Mn. James Griffin sod
recvlved their badges of > Hart Is home.The .
i The Blanehartls alsoi were the Newcomb and .
t and Mrs. TuthJl l ofOrange Among former residentslstt
Julie of Miami were '
of flee.Iva i I spent a few days In Miami visiting daughter.: . Rex and Mrs Wylie F. City- Kllcollms families. Dr. and !Mrs. i Ira on the ground..* last Sundaywere
Tourist i Club Lee McBroom and FrankIMUa Mrs. Blanc-hard's brother. also vlsl': during Mrs. the Griffin Christmas Is Steen of Camellia Park spent Mrs. Ernest Wlllett woe the Roger Thcls and son Eric:: were Alice Dayton and Laura:

Jr. played several of the \lICFi: VISITS' I/Mils' season.niece the Christmas week with their guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert. holiday houtteguebts.. Forrest I Hall who now make their homein

traditional Christmas carols on Spending two weeks with Mr Mm and daugstt'r:: -In-law. Mr. Tumbull of S. Pine St DeLand and Jane !Newcomb: entertainedwith Osteen.

Visits Home their accordions: and led, the and Mrs. George Roberts of E : Mr. and Mrs. Richard :/ettle and and Mrs.. William Steen and children Christmas. day. Other guests for dinner at the hotel Christi The. Nancy Hanks Lincoln

group In singing. French Ate., were Mr and family 1 left Sunday for their 6)ear-old Carolyn and 4yearold I' dinner were Mr and Mrs.George i I mss Eve: and then the party |i of the G. A. R. held Its regular
Santa daus was welcomed to Mrs. home In West Branch. Slick.They David In Mobile. Ala. I moved to the Kilcollins home
ORANGE CITY Mrs. Fred Richard Busche and two Munger of New SIn)rae i meeting at the home of Kern
Ashton and memlirrs of the the tune of "Here Comes Santa children of Lansing Mich., Mrs.Hunthe had been the holiday gueits Mrs Gatha Jones of the Reveily I Beach and Miss Nan Roche and for a Christmas. Eve: party, i j Paul Monday afternoon Plans
Claus" played by the accordionists of his mother. Hazel Zettle. Hazel Hutcl Christmas In '' Guests; !! were Dr. and Mrs. Thcls I
Orange City Tourist Club piesented is a niece of the Roberts. upent Mr. Joseph Roche of DeLand..1NiI'EILet 1 were made for a combination
a Christmas carol program << and the boys received Col. and Mrs. Allen Wilder of and her granddaughter. Jeri Winter' Garden with her childrenand : .Ut\- and Eric Effie Newcomb and i bnke sale rummage sale and

recently In the Orange gifts and ...nd)'. Knoxvllle.' Tenn.. ere visitingMr. << Lou Zettle, spent several days their famllieii. Mr. and MI... Jack Stein attended Russell and Eleanor Kilcollins. I luncheon to be held thePavilion
I visiting the southern part of thestate VISIT I'ARKNTHMr. : :> Christmas. Day the Kilcollinsentertained : I.t:
dry Nursing llama for the enjoyment ; and Mrs. William Salmondof the dinner given Sundayat 1\n"\ Jan. 1904.
). of the patients. W. Blue Springs<< Ave. Col. before Jerl Lou returned and M,,. Ray Austin. son The Show Boat Restaurant in the same group and I The sale will tart at 10 a.m.

Mrs. Sam Ellison:: and Mrs. I Club Honors Wilder 1s M..... Salmond's broth to her work in Grand Rapid. Dennis and daughter JoAnne ofMectVflnicnvlIlv. honor of the Mth) wedding anniversary I )Ir.. Smith Sunburn of DeLand I and luncheon will be nerved at
Mich. Md. have been at a traditional Christmas!! dIn.
Charles Nut solos, of Mr and roll.. Ben noon.
accompanied rk'i er.At the home of Mr and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Donald I'arrtshentertained guests of their parents.. Mr.\ endMts. Rogat of DeLand. The eveningwas ner-turkey and all the fixing; -- - -
Mrs. Akhton iltnued! to play Town Youth Hribert Brown of the Candlelight the Folsom and Williams . Earl: Seller for. Christmas. enjoyed at the DeLand Jew- 1 Dr. and Mrs. Thels and Eric J'i
families bullet dinner
request numbers while the Trailer Park are Mrs.Brown's at a week. Christmas day (hey were ,i lab Center where there was : have returned north.; The" New- I II j
chorus sang In the hallways for grandson and his wife Christmas Eve at their home all In bland, for dinner with dancing games and reminiscing. i combs and the Kilcollins claim I It'. Btttir T. Know Us

the patients 'who were unableto ORANGE. CITY The Oiange Mr. and Mrs.. II. L. Hohba. and I In here Daytona Else Beach.Folsom. Going and from chil- ''I the Sevler's daughter. Mrs. RuthWarahime Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Wine I this was the best Christmas ever And Not Need Us, Than
were I for the
City Sorosls Club sponsored a family.
leave their rooms. Robin Duliois from Mattawan and family.Mr. of Baldwin. N. Y. are here for j j To Need Us And Not
Candy canes and apples were dance In the Dickinson Me- Mich. dren. Rhonda Raymond, and and M.... Oxman Thomas the holidays with- Mrs. Wise's !: Helen Norton and Mr. and ;
Marc Charlotte Folsom Know Us.IANKFORD.
and and I
presented to the guests by Mrs. mould Library Friday eveningfor Mr. and M.... Emil Steinberg Mr. and Mrs. Louis. Folsom Jr. 1 returned home" Saturday after- brother-in-law anti sister. Mr. parents and will return---I to'

Nutlck and Mr. and Mrs. Ash Junior and senior The high hostesses age also, of the Candlelight Trailer I of DeLand. Mrs Parrlxh Is Char I noon afl..rllIltinK their chIM..nIn and Mrs.. Arthur B. Petty of the Gainesville' where is a student atthe ]
young people. Park entertained' Mrs. Steinberg's lotte's niecp. Streetsboro. Ohio since" Nov Oiange City Mobile Homes Park. University of Florida
ton.Members of Ihehorus wneMr were" Mrs Daniel Jacobnon. hire hrnther-ln-law and sister. 19. The Thomas' have three ('hU.dl..n. Mr. ..ndI.! .... Elden Johnson Former residents I
Mr. and Mrs. Lash Fol.totnJr Orange
*. Sam KHIson. Mrs. Gertrud.* Charles' X. Forrer. Mrs. Frank Mr and Mrs. (:eurge Lawrenceof I and mother Charlotte .'01. 15 grandchildren and two spent Christmas. day In Tangerine City Mr. and MI'.. George Ley- I Orange City Chapel

Evans. Mis. Nulick FrankBiederman. .''11.11. Mi-s. .Everett: Meyers Shclburne, 101.,..., over the, I great-grandchildren so they were with Mr. and M..... Nolan nes and two sons were
scan, were Christina dinner I callingon 190 Koulh! llollrAmbulanre
Clarence Durloss, and Mrs. Donald Coyne.The weekend. The! Lawrencvs are. guests of Mr and Mrs. T. J. i busy visiting. and going (places Creasy.. The two couples were" friends In town Monday. I rholW'1tJ.Ut
Mr. and Mrs. McClunjj dub also s|(>nsorrd a i i Mr and Mrs. Thomas had neighbors:! is in Hamp
Bjron also visiting their son Major Denham and family In DeLand. i iHa yea ago Mr. and Mrs. Thomas II. ,I
Mrs. John Mor... Mr. and Mrs.Henry party the same evening in the Robert Lawrence end family at. el Rons. had her daughter I i packed their car and plannedto ton. Va. (Montlnued on Page Eleven) I
Van Burger Mr. and Mrs.Dwlght Lions Clubhouse for the childrenIn St. Augustine.I'artv. !, come back before Christmas Mr and Mrs. Francis T. Hall I
Vtggeis and Fred Ash the fourth through the seventh. and I son-ln.I law. Petty and Ralph i|'|I but the family had different Ideas were In St Petersburg Friday
Handyslde. and their three chU-
The hostesses were! Mrs.Beryl LEO"L AD"I"TlaIEMINTCb.O !
grade. and hid the
ton. I i car no they would visiting their daughter LenoreHall.
I Nettles M.... Richard (;1111I.-,. Set 1 dren Solon. Chalker Christmas dinner guests. \i' stay for Christmas. It was thftlI..t Lenore Is 'working in St, I ;-. Mil n,, .y. Dlitrlrt' :No.BAKIVETT 1
KEMEMIIKK\ Harris, Mrs. Joy Scott. Mrs.Frank spent j j'i Christmas In several 1 year.that Petersburg this wirer and has REPORT 0. CONDITION
his In-law and I II I OC THE
son daughter'
DeBartolo and Mrs.David ORANGE!: CITY The W'txnen's I they were all together.\ They an apartment there. ,
oas DOE$ IT PRUTHKKN1 Galnes. Mrs Doris .Fellowship of the First.I Russell and Lucille Saxon and I also enjoyed the snow and the I Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas Bram- NATIONAL i BANKPUSLI

rVU. DOTS II r. LEMIA' Nelms. dub president assisted l Congregational Church al IUa'1.lIOr I I family In New Smyrna Beach. 14-)ear-old grandson took Mrs. flU of Sumner Ave. were pleasedto
,. at both a Games Party In Jan Robert Pye and son John ofWaukegan eP OIla.AND IN THII
parties.I I' Thomas for a slelghride In s have their son and daughterinlaw. STATE OC CLOn1DA- AT THII ca.OIE Op.Ualeits.
Murray Hall Jan. 10 at 7-:3t:t and his mother, Jennie small sleigh he had made at Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. "" ON OCCCMac! 10. 1M1

Anew,. 5e Pnetaua turtle p.m. bin. F:. K Manchester. ,,.j Postman of Kenosha WIs.. school Bram fitt and two sons. Thomas IN REPONI TO CALL ,

r-I (City Driving | Mrs. G. Gordon. Mead Mrs. wr' recent visitors at th4t ChrisMeletenen I. Mr. and Mrs.. Albert Torny and Scott here! for a week and Toil C".CNCy. UNDER' SECTION MADS aV COMPTROLLER Op
Isn HIt u.s. .
4ziAOOM I Harold Bates and :.I... ('..eaTenny ; ne They weir ontheir of St. Petersburg arrived the for Christmas. The younger 11"1..0 .TATUTEsAIasTs
A way" to Hnn'WT>OCt where. !
I will" bo the hostesses ami!I
> ,Mar la aw.l pf day before Christmas to bf the Bramfitts are from Baton
'- ,.r hits William Neumann will twIn | they will.fend. some time (guests. of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rouge La. and as It was their C.... .....'_.. with sitar ..n... and e.." tams In ...
I ,
i "" A recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. U.-llon _.__ i___
charge of the tickets. Thewill 1e" I -- ---- __ . ,
m 4Yatsnd l Twat a start Jim Sire was her pother Rob- Taylor of W. Howard Ave The first trip to Florida they were .sj--jvr;' .", ....&jvSS ...... . U Mearlw \ be table and door prtaea and:I I two. couples were in OrlandoThursday Interested In seeing the manypoints ..... state. aKS ... ".1"t.H:..r 'i
:: eit' Kitchen of San Francisco .,_ .
u o' I i refreshments IN'n I'd. Those attending and the Torrrys returned of interest.Pvt I V -N...:, .. .... v'rvr.., ."STSS.'S.-11' : ' e'W.r.l. t .
taMne ... .
I: ....... ---. ... are asked to bring tablet I was. In Florida on business. home Friday, i i . Shermn Cooper' : of Fort | _*. ....| .11.|l .,.u.... Itn.-liMtniH ran 7. ..\." "._". '.i.,...'---4" a
.. 21 AnNr and cards. f The. Wilbur Motley's and the a.alt.r. *"" 51,4,43.,4 i until -"Vi.iur..
M -
playing Christmas time ben the i r'
n Mill ..e MIl t Gllda" Packard Christmas was a happy McClellan. Ala : : : '
n DNttiat u_ -- -- ----- -- I I 1 guests) of Mrs, Mildred were Terry in I at the horn* of Mr. and Mr. guest of her '......n... Mr. and II CUKM"K.VI> _--- ; .--,,. .'__; i :l__.....'.'..". .'::, *-a.i"ii'aTOTAL
H/Ndae./Wll 14 Atwl a..eso Carroll I J. Hronka of W Haril- Mrs John for the holiMr. _
L.:. (unlfii; (:lull 31WlORANGE i St. IVtemhunr. Cooper, AETC -_ ___ rLStaa5l. 'III
ANrreaa n- ell,' 911talreM 41 verbal 1 son Ave. when relatives. arrlvntfor da'ai .
faUa Mr. and Mrs.. Gilbert anddaughter
97Tyartt.ta.lah.. 510..1 44Areo.aIndiajl . ovrr the hnlUtay. Mr. and i and 101.... \V. II. Coullirtte I LIA.IUTI.S.
t CITY The hang e, .A I1J. .>f Gainesville, .
.. .
&s sash p Ma bit. M A.Mron.awa1N.I i Mrs. Frank ABard ant of glass""t d.toawa vt .
17 of and Garv Wesley lsdlttds.tu.
Ptampano sons .
th us la.w..) la.Ru.nle City Garden dub\ will meet 1 It I spent part of roe Christmas vaY __......,tune .. .__ Klpa; sad
,, c.. It Y.I4.a 1 M> alewa .1Ann4M Dickinson Memorial Ubrar) I ration with, his parents Mr. 'and i Beach came Tuesday and stayed Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. flan. act Yet.... .po.lta .f I pharta.r p.rtn.nAlp.iJ .,...... M
*.. v.+..* arrk t-trMMHn of at K jn MM4 Intwval ei isle until Friday. Others were' Mrs.Irene Leopard and children of Gainesville r .. .
at 2 for the t "I
Monday p.m. )Ira. Charles JJo .. then 4. a.5u
krlrf wTv..fluid .ttapn. 1'slt.d i tiea-i .
Ndrland 4J UwjWs I o'wt.\.t.. ..
$4lieseilL) Rand of her her for Christmas : r. _.. : e
Kustls. : :
son were =
M-" t meeting of the new year. TIM went on to Tarpon Springs for I I Nuts. and p. m/.sl nubdtttalana, :::::::::::::::: ..floss, ,: i )
:3 I II 1 I' IIQ 11 ; I and Mr. and i )Ir. and Mrs. E. B. Warens- ,
daughter-in-law. with t.rltfIet sd .
program will be an Arbor Dajcelebration a visit with her parents i! saws H.. _.._ ,.,." 131.ea; :
a: TOTAL n ew : : .... :
fC.d (bs.1as I Mrs.. Stephen Rand and .herdaughter. I ford. Also present for Christmas :
with bj hl.erglee
ll" lot a programthe Edward Perry has re enlistedla e. Mw.nlu M.1.
II''tJa6t7 'I Miss Carole Rand of t dinner Mr. and Mrs Wile I b +otl.l: t
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In Scuffle ASII'NGTOlV BOW'SSophomore

Surly Cornhusk ers Defeat Joe Marconi DELAND, STETSON SET

I Grabowski


Auburn With Early Spurt
searched today for a disgruntled. _losing streaks go on the line. at Statesboro, Ga., tonight Sweetest Of All Roses
New York Giants fan whose when the Stetson. University Hatters tangle with the -

MIAMI: (UPI) Big Eight cards over" Auburn In the lame nlsh I he conference champion needling of Chicago Bear football Georgia Southern Eagles In the first action for the Green and

officials have a straight flush that grossed about 1192000 per" as one of the competitors. The player sparked a New White In 1964,
to spread before<
Bowl Committee today In the New Years spectacle before Big: Eight contract which expired fit in the death of former Bear stages of their 1963: .64 campaign the Hats ran into trouble As Illinois Wins 17-7

I high stakes negotiations for Ute 72,647 .warmed fans. Wednesday night! could Tony PaiTllll.ParrUll. and have dropped four. In a row. Tonight they will be out to ,

football classic. After 10 'f'IIn. the!! Orange come In the next couple of 24, who played college snap that string as well as seven straight defeats!! In States

Nebraska the school that Bowl moguls have been thinking daysNebiaska's. football for Illinois wa boro at the hands of the EaIf"..

""couldn win a major bnwl seriously about ending their burly CornhusketB hot to death and Bear fullback One of the three. early wins this season came from the PASADENA Calif. (ul'1I-> the game only four minutes eld.

ame." dealt the 137 winning ties with the Big Eight: to fur- stepped Into the degree heatas Joe Marconi was belted<< over Eagles when the Hats pooled. a 57,54 decision over them on Rival coaches shuddered todayas Bill Slier who missed nine

one. the head with a revolver In the the local hardboards. In that game It was Bill Plckens 6.10 games because of Linens. tried
point underdogs to Au. they thought of facing two
men's scuffle sophomore from Rochester N.Y.. and former Eagle
burn room at a plush star valiantly to fill the but
and gap was
CARLISLE STARS major bowl.with an 0.2 record In suburban howling alley. partly pacing the Hats with 14 points while Bill Hester 64 Junior more )'ears of Jim Grabowskl rusty after. only two weeks of

347 Including: an Ignominious owned by Bear end Mike Dltka. from Edgewater hit 12. after watching the sophomore practice. The Huskies also lost

the 1955 Oiange defeat Duke In Capt Herbert Mertea of the Coach Glenn \\llkes said this. morning that his probable fullback pulverize: the Washington No. 2 fullback Mike Kuk.lcni.kJ<

Du Page County sheriff office opening lineup will have Pickens in the pivot and the 'big Huskies. In leading Illinois with a broken leg. minutes after .

Texas Torpedoes Navy But MAKK RECORD RUN aid Parrilli. and an unidentifiedman man" has diopped" In 82 points so far this season Hester the to a 17.7 victory 11Ihe Rose Douglas was hurt,
I on such little things asa started arguing In the clubs leading scorer with 108 points will be at one forward Bowl If there was a tinning point

play designed to gain only washroom of Dltka's bowling alley while 6. Bill Clark a Junior fiom Sebrlng with 62 points, will tn the
The 19 e a roLl Chit' coarliesagreed.
two or thiee ;y agooungster
vards are victor In suburban Wlllowbrook. be the olhei.A '. : fta imebo when Slier::
} was toted "player of
lea and big slakes won. Nebras "As I understand it." Merles senior and sophomoi. will set: the call at the hackrourt fumbled In the*
28-6 the game" and drew the closing secondsof
ka pialseof
Colloii Bowl
By belted quarterback Dennis Clarldge' said the man was a fan of the posts. Vernon Waters, $84 Jacksonvilleeteian in his fourthseason both his own coach and rival the first hall and Bitiie Ca.

a record 68 yards for a Giants and they. were arguing( with the Hats, has 64; points while Jim Yrager:: 510 Coach Jim Owens for gaining pel lecoxeied on the Washing.
touchdown on Just such a play 'tmd''Ar man from Tcrre Haute Ind with 10 ::
and It about the Bears Giants championship Just points 125: )'al-dll rushing;, moie than ton 13 With two ftpconcls remaining .
threw the Auburn Tiger game." gets the call for his line defensive play on the New York trip. the mint
Into the entire Washington backfieldwas got:: on the
DALLAS Urn The backs But his moments of satisfaction fumbling Ineptitude for the The Bears defeated the Giants able to pile Scoreboard on Jim Planken.horn' .

made the headlines hut bntheo.eha were.. limited to one 73 7: ,:>'ard entire! first half. fnr the National Football League Meanwhile on the local scene the Ex-Land High! Bulldogs up. 32 yard field goal:: to

agreed' today that the drive In the. fourth period The' play came on the second championship last Sunday 14 have their final practice session. In preparing fnr a pair of Grabowskl certainly' had make t the halftime' score

ether. Item's line was the key. after. Texas'' had a 28.0 lead ciack from scrimmage and 10. games. this weekend on the local icene. himself an outstanding day running RECOVER:( Kl') .J'3.

factor In Texas. quarterback when h.. passed the Middles Oa ridge. admitted at game I The shot t that killed Parrlllt Tomonow night: they will entertain Joe .SI"'lInund/: ,. and deserved the" 'rllly r. Washington had sCrned. nud-

Puke Caillsles architecture of down to the! two'yard line from .nd. "it surprised me aa muchas was fired scrldently hv Willow-. feated Apopka Blue Darters In the opening Orange Bs'lt Cfln. of the Coach game' award. said Illinois way In the ,second period after

a 28.6 victory over Navy In the wheie he ran It over It surprised Auburn," brook Police Chief Robeit Withers ference test for both quintets The last time these two teams Pete Elliott. Fied CuMaido* fumbled and the

28th/ annual Cotton Bowl. Texas, which Hard* and his Soon after halfback .Frank Du Page County authorities faced each other was in the finals of the State Class A Championship not <.ruAs w.v" RKI: ) Huskies'", center, John Stupey

Texas denerted Its usual ball once.skeptical playeis admittedhad Sellch broke loose for a 22y'aid said They said \Vlntheis In Gainesville' last March with the locals winning the Although: Owens would not admit jpcoveied on the Illlnl 27.

control tactics and took to the convinced them II really I II punt 'rftuin that set Nebraska told them he belted Marconi crown with a 46\.14 effort. one player could make the A Slier to end Joe Mancuso(

air lanes to lay the foundationfor was the. nation's No 1 team on the track for a 31)aid field over the head with a revolver The Blue Darters. have thire straight:: ORC crowns to their difference between winning and pass gained: 18 )atds and half.

victory and the coach of the ,I collected' It.. fourth touchdown I goal by Dave Thelsen who had In an attempt to break up the ciedlt and Ale gunning for their fouith The vIsItors have, been losing Washington's hopes( for back Dave Knpay ran seven.

nations, national champion Longhorns after Carlisle had Eonto!! the kicked the extra point after bi'awl-and the /gun discharged. Chen added strength at center with the aiuval this season of an upset victory were dashed )'ards to store around end

Darrell )tal.: said the sidelines with 19!) minutes left In Clarldge touchdown gallop)) Milking. Parrilli In the left eye, Steve Sabatos, 6.3 and m! pounds. from Indiana. They appearto when quarterback Bill Pnul"sIIuU.rf'd ;: George. :: Donnelly's first Interception -

change In strategy was forced the game.It : I A punt fumbled. by halfback killing him Instantly. have good: oxeiall. balance a dislocated knee! with In I the third J period

by Navy's defence which came. on a twoyai-d suige\: (;fOOl ae Rose deep. In Auburn Eight: : stitches weie requiredto At 6:30: It will be Coach Cecil Cnssady Junior varsity Bull opened the door sod the lJIlntd'o'e

"Jammed up on us." by fullback Harold, Phillip after territory\ set the stage::' for Thle- I clone Marconi wound but pups swinging Into action while the varsity fray Is set for 8 32 yards to ftoie the go-:

Navy's heralded America reserve quarterback Tommy al'n'II6'.m:\ field goal:: in the lie was not hospitalized. clock.. ChurlotlcIllvlutiOlltl ahead touchdown with Jim *Aarirn .

Weinman Trophy winning quarterback. WIld, had passed the Longhornsto second poilod that gave Ne- State attorney William J. lttBf KHK\I; : >KR: lacing the final two \ II'ds.

'Jolly Roger Stauhach within that lange.: bia. .ka 110( halftime lead Bauer said he planned to file A douhlehcnder is slated for Saturday night!: at )DcLand Then at the start of the fourth

had a fine day statistically but Stauhach probably summed .IilIRN STORMED: no charge<< against Winthers High and Coach Murray Arnold announced this morning that ; pei'Iod after Donnelly! made his
RAubuin \
( K "
his effectiveness. was humlllatIngly up the, game:: in 22 woida: I led by Jean. and and there would he! no action It will be -kids.. Night; second Interception, Grabnwski
unsuccessful because t>t a Texas didn reps around nun In the case until the grand Jury "All youngsteis" placing: ; Youth and Junior Biddy B *ket- led the Illlnl 85 >aids In 17
Texas line that In Middle giy quaiteiback Jimmy Sidle, convenes the week of Jan 20. ball, as well as the Junior High cageis.!: will be admitted fiee rl. and
They hit hard and they kept the found itself to make the .. To Davidson/ ) I plunged: oxer from
second .
Coach Wayne llardin. woids. pressure on all the!! time. No. 1 half Deputy Coroner James Clark at 6::4\:> with proper Identification. or with their couches. Arnold the one.
'.simply kept coming and com. they deserve to beBrown ," a different hall game: His Indicated an Inquest would have said, There will be a special section of' settling; available p

Ing" running Alabamans and passing" carried the been held. this week. hut he and the plavris will be the guests of the Bulldogs for their. "JI'' U"'tt"' Priss 1".r".1,

Carlisle. was the hero of the down on a 71and touch. delayed. It after teaming some. Came at 7 clock against Montgomery\ County (Ga) and for Basketball coaches' dream .

oflen! .lxely by throwing Sidle march In the third perlod of the Rears. players who will the 8:43: contest in which the Stetson Hatteis will host Mac- about da>''s when their teams Howling

M game and 63'>'ard scoilng pauses Tops his left end swept 11 yards around be tailed to testify planned to Moslem! College\ of f St Paul Minn! in the nightcap.: will make 50 (per cent of their
to fli-et wlngbnck Phil Harris Woody the scoie and leave Chicago Wednesday for Youngster ate icmmded. to bp at the sjm: on time ((6:45) shots on a foielgn. court Tics til Ishigh

and darting nine! big )aids for Pro IrA point ttoodall booted the ex the pro bowl game In Los Angeles to take advantage'! of this fine evening:: of bukf'lball.IN I Princeton Coach Bill! Van

another touchdown to boost Texas SignersAfter Jan 12.Passing. Bieda Kolff Is no diffeient fiom TUaS"AY cor'S a
Into a 31.0 lead that smotheied Side] got Aubui n .s. Tigers!: the rest of his colleagues! : and C55t1... 'Issts.o 3." C... .
going; again in the final peiiod 55te.' 1 I La'sfol !Pun" .I H......
I Navy hopes' before half His he'! experienced such an evening .. Nlht'naIs S.."." 5Inn. 01
time Bowls passes featured a Mjsrd Trio SUGAR nOWL FRAY' New Years Eve his team ...u'" 5...ir4. Qasat'. Cat,...
thiuit but at the Nebraska 11, o I, P.p. "C..I' tStStI I. Poodse. .
\\ORK1':1.1.' oiKKNwrLVBut the shot :\2.8\ per cent But hew Pu". ,.
.. rose tn knock 'asn. 't smiling, because Princeton H.rrlott Wssat,. 1o.It, a.npls' .
the ssrnn. ("I"'W1 .JI' U"' Pp.5. 'Iiisesatlen.I1'to .
down a fourth down pass! and 182, hiSS, ....... 450.Pans. .
which held Navy to a mln football trains' moved lake Heads North lost the Chailotte Invitation high' tasm sine'' '.. rUI$
possession :
with 1'\0\
us II )aIds rushing was "performing fast to sign up stars who com l remaining Clarldge minutes Tim Davis Toes 'Bania si championship tflIe'f'nth.. ,...... 2O17
an equally m..gnhflcentchote pcied In 'the New Years flay ;: easily ranked Davidson, 10268
managed to run the clock ,
on pflcn >e by giving him bowl games as soon as their I I for the victory that/tip may mrllnI11nl Senior Team You can't blame Von BiedaKolff Low AveragesROSTON :
tniow work amateur carpets wne over andhe l for that
ample! time to or feeling of plain
his 'tin Pes options to a new t National KoothaU League'srhuadelphia Coinhuskeis I"* than. 'just and prestige the for I the Past Ole Miss 127NEW frustration because Davidson I <( Big: Klght.DKADUM : : and Jim Coi'belt had .
By knockout
Cotton Bowl record total offense Eagles:: landed a MOBILE.:: Ala. IUPI1-George just happens to he the nation's ey : a-

cf I ;JfiT. )"eidC.AllAmeriss l big one in All,Amei'Iran guaid \\ilsnn, coach of, the North top team in field goal percentage \ I ax ci'aces;: of 273 each, the

tackle Si oil Aptploton Bob Brown of Neb ta..kaIhe squad for the 15th annual Sen with a ST.:3\ murk Tuesday lowest among heavyweight; :

whn shared. "outstandIng 6.loot 4'!h. 27S pound : lor Bowl football game, has a night: the Wildcats did even better thnmp'on

honors. with Cat.lisle bveveiwhelmlng Blown came to terms shortly problem all coaches would like.. (ORLEANS) ,U.IPII- 'just t couldn seem to get hitting; 62 per cent.

vole mll...<
thli Longhorn line stampede Nehiatkas 117:% victory over coaching the Detroit! Lions has the first! three team. The Charlotte tournament e> defeating r

But at best his. play was justa Auburn in the Change Bowl three quarterbacks so good he thing to set him off from Ole Miss looked like. Its scrappy. Pf"nn3h.'anla.' y 69! 61.

thade better than that of such Teims weie not announced but FOil :.HT cant make up his. mind readily multitude of other subs Is self. for several min Farther south in the Sugar

ttummates as tackle Stsley. i It t was believer! t the I':aglestopped !:: which: one to stait SatuidayHe notation "K.S." kicking Musisulppl! scored on a Bowl Tournament at New Orleans

Faulkner and Plucks and Tommy NohtsStauiach libeisl bonus to outbid the Denver . He Is Tim Davis of ... and Smith ran Into
Pe.and! Oolf and Country Boston College Bill Munson of (cats Kentucky brand woe hay
who was thrown for Broncos of the American flub Utah Slat and Dick Shiner of I and jou can bet that ( zone 'for Ole Miss lone Ing time ...
Issued' a lemlnder. to a tougher;: against/ .
Bi )a..dA In louses by this i isg<<' football league: exeixone today!/ that the Mary'land Johnny Vaught and his" \: \ BiUy Call Irwin ninth'tanked Duke. It took abasket '"
wound The NFL grabbed the lions sity. of Mississippi. team the .
Ing front, fouisome up extia point
final with four seconds left
to sign for the "All three. are fine hyI'ual'd
shaie of up pro pros who Davis Is
the today ,
statS then
who led
with a deirpllvely Iml'I'rulve another Missis-!
annual Club Championship pe<'ts," said. Wilson! 'All three' Terry Mnbl<*y to give top-
looking pausing recoid of 21 hits signed on the mIld. line Davis' record shatterIng match to the two-yard. .
Is this ranked"
Siind Kentucky 81.79'Ic.
*} throw. the ball well I don an
In 31 tries. for 228:: jarrt. "both Ihiee of Brown's Nebraska. .Persons. Interested, may know which one very 1'11 start Its a fnimance in the Sugar hut Alahnma held.Evansville. tory and the titleAubuin ,
Cotton Bowl .records. .Ed Otr teammate signed with NFl football Wednesday : I
game 1 ,
phone defeated Lo\oU ofNew ;
or stop bv the tough decision All of them
pro ::
caught nine of them for another teams tackle Lloyd VY"s with Alabama a 12.7 upset ,
I .
Oi leans 62 : In the
shop prior to rinsing on have confidence and that s a 32. '! consolation
the Gieen Packers .
bowl high.I.S.QAI.. Bay 2V1pound : Southeastern Conference .
Sunday he
said "Thepalling big thing gameIn
tackle Monte "Kiffln with plon Mississippi. '' His four '.
will be ArrAnNtac'ml'dlnll other games:: New Year'sEst' .
rices the Minnesota Vikings, and line- / to handicap! and;: Wilson said the< three signalcllcts goals of 43. 4r>. 31 and 22 >'.,'' ,; eighth: tanked Vanderbilt
hacker John Kliby' also with are different type pass.C's. literally shook. the '
one match will he placed) started. ..slowly but then regainedIts .
NOnCatOT'I"PI the Vikings:"' football Id.Never .
'M HEIINOT: ..iivswttat : : rath week."' he added woi poise tn defeat Virginia !Mill
"Shiner thiows
the ball
r."r H..I... stti ". h... OTIIKU; IUfiN.nThP .: Several Important events the before had an3 ( Small tary Institute< 8771. thlid our

$"..",.,,... .14o.rl.I vst'si&Cf. esunte toUflty.i.rua.,'osrnSs.s ,. two Vikings also _picked up have been slated. for \\ertnesday said hardest.. "Munson the Yankee has lot coach of kicked four or even. three ranked Lo)..nIR. the' defending
Aubuin a .
en J...".." la. 1554. 51 .hen .h..... players halfback exenlng goals In the 30 >ear history NCAA champions", defeated In.
se-leek AM. In tha . George Rose, their Nn 3 .hni'-... wilM action Jack (Concannnnt CLEARthe
in's' 'as.t ( The monthly of the Sugar:: Bowl Never !! diana 105 9J, fouith ranked.
(55 tsmm..tosass,'.ostV, <......."ratine..h...... ,In ItoomIn Ih.ttv and end Howard Simpson the DeLand Merts meeting Golf has a tegular!: type" pass, he Just had anjone kicked a "O.%. .. Clubs Michigan defeated Detroit 117

fO' ."(.."rt. MnrlilN( for .h., The Dallas Cnwbojs" cf the Association Is. scheduled. to follows throughilson's : I much less a 4*i and a 43 )' 87 and St. Louis defeated Ohio

is.parpe;.sfcss th.t rsrtan l: t.rln riHln; % (o<1- NFL signed their No. 4 choice, tygln at 8 clock with a \\ praise seems Justl) I er, In the Sugar Bowl. State 91,89!! In two overtimes

(iUsd "RF.Mnl."TlnS S. S1.S1 of Mississippi who a Mo had hums. clinic set to the tied in that all three were high I)AIHOTKI> :M\I The slim program of
AATtNII, At1 'SIX.lfCKRTAlV been drafted open diaft picks I by professionsl I
= UTRKI-T: > bv Ssn Diego of meeting The new changesfnr \: SportswrIters covering ;\ \ORK I UPI) Puget/ New Year's Day pioduced a maJor .
: 1'I''l:: ; the Amei'lean teams. Concannon was a second
,' CI"TY. Football League: 196 will be discussed game made him an and Hofvtra!! made maor] upset when Utah defeated
,..atn Its. 'following d.wrtMdC and also round choice of 1 the Philadelphia .
S signed Ole Miss tackle .
Last. Following the meeting a I unanimous choice for most \ '. today In the United fifth tanked Cincinnati 76,68. at
William W Hall. showing of the iVonderful Kagles and signed with able player In the game International small. college!! Salt Lake City For Utah led DECKSSale
ti.t .srt of "' Anua act,,. Three them. Munson was Los
SI.;.. r( f. !t. ;sofl.r a HutuiuU : stars cf Alanma conqueror World Of Golf will bejrlxen No. 1 and Angeles'" I Davis was Just one of a ratings"' Evanwllle, by Skip Kroeger;: with 26 points
5(5$50( :, : 5a IS. of Mississippi In the Sugar AU persons are also pick was selected of blight' lights for and Western Caro and Doug Moon It was the lUll
,..rd.l Map ta rsgat& Rowl. seventh by the
,. P"MI" IlPISICS Cf Vsl.s. signed pro contractswith inxlted to attend the. buffet ton Redskins. \valding Wednesday! remained I 123 in the victory In 12 starts.In .
"ufltt', Pls-tls.,"I" the NKL.Fullback st S:30 prior to the meetIng The Alabama drtf'nMdlft!! .. rankings. other Wednesday games.
.t tSs ColtS "..."..r..00' ., "". at Mike I Ki
S awl, 1 i.f J. M. Knfl.rth a acchlasigned Hugh Brannum. Mr. Green give Ole Miss. a first down Sound of T a c n m a John Reuther's 22 points In 23
Publistatsit., .10" ttcflnlI5 LL with the St Louts Cardl Jeans on Captain Kangaroo." the first half and did not ., soared from 13th to sev minutes led Louisville In an 85-
North pr'prtv tin* of t..isI isis of the NFL and Steve .
: ; until the last quarter extending' Its winning r 67 win over Marquette Georgia
anil I. J. M. min.r. W.ihrtl., I has written songs for some 23
%'*: 'n. 55515 tOfltSt flI$5 St Wright a 241 pound tackle. with Sept. 18. would fight: his way I children. records. Including ''Hubert Wten.the) game was at to nine, and Hofstra shaded Alabama 49.47. and

th asS Smith 4 ci property.7. lit. ""fl..tin*..'ItS SoS.Urlartlvi.ion .. .. the The Green. Bay Packers. back Into contention. the Horse" and "Get Well." on the two.yard line the! .2"w.( Y.) entered' the top 10 for Rhode Island edged Memphis Is your once-a-year
, and rUSsIA, tn th* Houston Oiler of the bama defense held solidly first time in eighth place State. 6866.
Xorlh. p'e'tta| II n* of l-nla, I AFL! signed. Alabama halfback plajera' recoveied six an 8.t record. OPPORTUNITY to
sal S, .I. M miflrr Huhdlvt.ion. .
. *n, 'dacrtb4 aaiWiittitivixon Benny Nelson.Kockcls. : and Intercepted throe '.... whipped Columbia I'

'rsst .ro.t ..11"...... .. 1Iot.: .. { I a1,, $ \ { DON7 HUDDLE \; : : : against the seventh 1 lost a return match with FOOTBALL SAVE !

.......",.... ...5. Stat, to' ""fl.. Set (Go; t' : ,.. team In the nation a tram in Its own holiday

SuhlIV1.Is, St of l.A'S th.ti seldom. made mistakes. last week while I RESULTS '

tr.nt. .eonrdlnir' to m p The DeLand Rmkpts. local Sophomore Steve Sloan was and Western Caro I Hundreds of name-

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JE:... MATHAS.'Url\ hara of Japan and Pose Klng-: OIL.BURNINO WALL FURNACE such misery The ne ela i the early season leader took the biggest!: header tumn-

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- .
- - -