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Vol. 51 No. 50 ,Tuesday, December 15,1964 DeLand, Florida 32720 .-- .. '
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More Evidence QuestionedDismissal !

: Cold a Sought I.


SeenA In Smith Lawsuit .

tow of 3640 degrees\ fort-

cut for Wet Valuate !tonight*. .

I with patches o' trot In lowest Fifteen attorney today signed quality District 1 County Com- and expense reports en Urn a*

low round location But De-:) motions asking the circuit court rnliiloner.Elect Dean Smith required by law and also failed

I Land weatherman Rollo Dean to dismiss and strike out sections I Mote brought suit last month to report alleged<< contributions:

predicts! hither temperature for of the suit brought by charging that Smith !had failedto and expense,
tomorrow, with no frost danger Malcolm Moye, DeLand to dls- the the monthly contribution In the motion seeking dismls.
DONALD A. PAGE I sal of the suit, the attorneys aK
through Thundny morning.This
leg that the court lacks )Jurlsi
morning's low at Dean'sDeLand
On dlt'tlonIVfr tile subject matter
station"wit 4* degree. Vacancy onPage
and the
respondent The motion
ARRANGEMENTS COMMITTEE The second annual.Community Christmas In North Florid tonight, ,the also contends that th. lea
Service, sponsored by the West Volusia Material Association, will be at 7 p.m. Sun mercury. I It 'Mkrty/ to touch the action Is insufficient and th.1tompl.lnt
day in DeLand Municipal Stadium. Principals left to right are the Rev. Bernard C. 28 M:\ degree bracket, according falls to state a C.Ult"

Meece, president of the association and pastor of the First Christian Church will pre to The Associated Press. Is of action 1

sent the meditation; Dr Hugh Ash, First Presbyterian Church will give the Christ Elsewhere, temperatures were 'Approached'Over !HITT OURGK .
mas Prayer; the Rev George Wiseman First Methodist Church will read the scrip not expected to go below 40 tit< It charge that Moye Is without .,

ture; and the Rev Noel"Lykiiu, minister of education at the First Baptist Church, 50, and the southeast coast and .... Florida.In standing. under the \laws of
will preside at the service. The program will include special Christmas music by the Keys bad 70 degree lows la the
motion to strike, the at
DeLand and Southwestern High School Bands and a community carol sing. Persons prospects.The torneys seek to have most of the'>t

attending are asked to sit In the center section of the west stands and bring a candle cold front moved southeast Post With entire paragraphs' .In the original**

for a candlelight ceremony that will conclude the program. (Sun News Photo by Into the Florida Strait and Citynever suit deleted from tile nutet.
Allen) was expected to hang up in the They contend that specific part-*
Bahamas Iiland. '
graphs are "Irrelevant and ln>;
Rain In Florida Monday was material Impertinent and scan,
Officers Briefed .In amounts generally less that BT BERNARD BMROP Page lives at 723 Pine Tree Interested who will fill the daloua, mere conclusions of law
Key Secretly oh* quarter Inch Th* outheaa1 Bun New Buff Writer Court. H* la married and baa vacancy, and fail to aisle tile ultimate",
coast got light sprinkle An Insurance executive from fh'. children. Several name, I Including l l Lana" t

TIle mercury! dipped at TallahMie Poland, Donald A. Page, has Mayor Louis Sklllrnan and 1'1'1', have be*n mentioned r.,, The suit I Sa before. Omit I
la 34 degree. Gainesville been eked by municipal represrntatives three commlMloners will have to coolly as possible replacements Judge Horace Rlegle and h* wta-
Date RevealedIn had 87 degree, Tampa had C1 to succeed H Dean confirm Fag*'s appointment for Smith. Page said h* was approached have to act a time for ''
Target Smith as city commissioner from Smith who will have resigned
and Fort Myers 51 Miami was by a municipal official. argument en the motlonl.J
Ward LPage before the I Ja made, .
U. At Peniacnla In far aorta- appointment Smith today laid (that the 0'
M, director and former will not the confirma
wet Florida, the thermometer's a vote on GORDON nwmo.x ten of assistance from all the,
president of DeLand Slat ton Rumor persists that another" have
low reading was J3 county been "amazing and
Bank, confirmed yesterday that "I have! not been consulted commlMloner Hugh Coition, gratifying," ,
The temperature change In he had agreed to the commlsilo regarding a successor," Smith
(Ward 1> Is considering reelgnICeseI.w.4 He noted that the atitomeys
Reserves Merger south Florida was all th* more appointment to fill a vacancy: Mid today "but naturally, I'm mi PM T_> supporting among aim art those i,
noticeable! because Immokale, created by the resignation of I I
on sides ot the
county seat
with M degree, and North Miami Smith, who will take office aVoluula relocation .
Beach, with 11, wen the County cnmmtulaai\ fightLACGRPG
hottest reporting points la the .. School Board STOCK
WASHINGTON '(AP) The have been told In secret briefings win have to wait months for nation from District 1 m Jan. "The relocation argument
Monday Smith said h probably
Pentagon Is aiming to complet that the objective data for clarification. today have mad Volwla County a
the revolutionary reorganization final action Is the end of March Among the pending questions A would submit a resignation to laughing stock of the film
of .
frigid .Irt"'p.'Itur.1
man polar
the city's board at Its next regular "
of the Army's Reserve force la 19ft. are these: What should Individual '. state, Smith said "It la time
dropped below Dee 21.
meeting Page appointment
about 11 months, It was learned It Is\ expected that Guard and Army Reaervtsui do In tera In the plain and Greet probably would be It 1s settled so that the county; I. r
today. Reserve outfits'' will go'to summer preparation for'Th' switch? Lake till go. ahead with Defaming
region today, while confirmed thenrnxiun
Key officers of the Kattnni training sent >.ants their What win happen to the college more snow clogged: the Northwest fft. Adopts 'Pride'VMusta ere of the moat important cats*
of three at I. tie In the state.
guard and the Army Reserve present! .form some ROTC program Since there I' ,age. .lIIftC'Wtd'WtIr'flftratttn !
6 fleer told The 'AsssclaUd .till are racially segregated National Moving stows' outward urillre Co. sine 1917, has "Our county needs lo work together
s an '"11I7, not 1
Press Guard units ta the/ South across the Great Lakes the 1 held. govetnmentat separate
t 10 Colombia The Army .talt aided by will reservists be placed In such Icy ( 1)&II solve/ he problems! i 1M
front dumped several Inches of tton. He was graduated
I County Senna Board guidance. Intern In irvte anxious lo take office and euthualastie '
Guard and Reserve official, segregated units* What should DPauw) In niutoliill -
snow 1.11tht western Sections I
difficult ef today mad application for 1 teichen and' ether workers 1.. over dealing with the
the r
lou draft do about
already begun "age youths signing Michigan and New York.O home able. H* holds a mas "
Job of working up solutions ft* up la Reserve programs .... adminifratlon US million grant from the\ U.s. eluding a coordinator, problem facing our county
the prohlm "Involved In shiftIng ( ....... .. pit T..> t. degree and In economics business from Office Of Education Inc a five- ft also seeks a oenxmstrstlfta! IC.Nlau.e M rata tint .

Students Set 130,000 Army Reservists and Bradley University la Peoria, year project entitled "!'rid.." and research: center, Other facets
their Units to the National ROAD FUNDS DISCUSS lED O. "Pride" stand for Persona. of the program would In-
Responsibility for Individual Development elude variable Instructional sect
Guard. founders
,Rage was one of the
moor LIST k. \} of DeLsnd State Bank and KTV through Education teachers who would be SRYrrS1v1tl

DeLand Visit One of the first Job to be handed Volusia .d as Its first president a post The program requeil"* funds for different trained to Instruct students .ta NRISiI S
Offi icials Meet exceptional
Institutes andpeeta rata tn area
Is the drafting of a "trnop now lurid by Wendell Jarred Sr, HA
reading, the language' art, DESIGN:
list. This Involves surveyingthe chairman\ of the Florida Develop The
** wachers would b
4,000 Reserve unit to decide Meat Commission. *
equipped to handle! t I II
Tea girl students from Colonv which 1.000 or so will fit Into the Smith, who was elected! ta tilt of 'oVn-.
cieiicy a student *in
Its will be special guests ofDeLand expanded Guard org nlzarinni. With Lcgisli aturc city's board la May, Ittl. was o elite subject with the child ens being sp* 0
be distributed Group candidate In November ?
families next month and how they will winning" skis to participate in. regular .
under the Experiment In InterBational among the state for the county poellJ t. H* U.tested ..- claiaes In other areas.

Living program found. Such a troop list which Is Republican Hubert Jacobs School rtnard i.i I i.
H In 1932 to Increase understanding really only a beginning point forth The Florida Leglslsrlv Council lend the meeting along with of. DeLand. Pearce. Member Richard:
between nations. reorganization' Is not expected 's highway committee was nmlalnner[ Crady Williamson cimm rrfpiLATurc: t the evprene fl 1 his pleasure at
1'11. tea girls are betweenth << to be rudy be for* mid. scheduled to b* asked today to hems Daytona Belch %>fwd', charter prohibit a federal board Inov 't seek 'this i I
ages of 1) and 23, and an February At that tim, the consider! purchase of highway, Th. highway committee I ta one municipal employ or official '. aid and others, "
are University graduates, or states win\ know what units they! 1 r1IIt.-oI.way from fund other tt II legislative council group from servlag In any other grew School have no cbnic*'. both 1
ready to enter their senior years, will InN and what units they! than secondary road money, meeting this moeta throughout ernmenlal capacity Smith ... Sckonl.\ Sup John Smiley and
according to Mrs. Wended Jar rffl gala, Voluaia commlaaionen expected riorkla. It will report to lilt flounced previoufly h* would reign Board Chairman Jessie
raid community chairman for GOtEBXOM to meet with tile council council at a meeting la Sarasota from the city board Ulctd ifdd.rd uld
U. local program. TO .t 3 p m. la Slat' Road Dept .'.11. 15. to till county otflc. Smiley else announced that I jSeat.
The purpose of the program Plans art being mad to brief District 9 headquarters" In De. '/ another maW sppliratln! fv READ 0 R ADS
Is for the students' to observe atat governors who have a Land. They planned outline of a tfCffTIA'C: fund It I !in the mill under the
the American way of life through powerful say under t the law as problem created In mod Florida TREK : CAROL SING Ecwflmle Opportunity" Act Tale .. Class. win greed arM

Lying In our homes as a. daughter to the dkpwltlon of the National counUe by tbs .MM of secondaryroad Fire Sweeps Hotel will N ready In 'about a m.atl. j It!..t...... tnn his. SraUer .ta
," Mrs. Jarrard said "W* Guard within their states. fund, appropriated! for Th board today okayed an aaMicitlon fried *| Id* Imllk Drag rK4 ...
sue delighted to host these young I Questions poured .la on the highway construction for purchaa I MADRON Ind. (AT) Fir \ for rzO,1n of federal N. ftoufovare; frees 1:11:
prop!. and feel! It's a unique opportunity I Pestsgnn from reaervUts unsure of expensive rightaofway. Stetson Yule Service Set reared through th* picturesque fund sander lilt Economie Ap> M '::11 ,." ems"r.w. Saala'eapMwwaee .
for DeLand aa a com I of when they stand. Many Hillside Hotel mI the side .. an poriunlty Act Thin ls earmarked kt .leiaanrad "yla ,
rnualty: to otter lasting goodwill ot then! question cannot" be answered Official of Florida's codntt Ohio River' Muff tier today! to tolttat and xtnd progrsmaof M rchajHa Dtvkuoa. *f tb*
through the foreign students. stow on th. baal of the lave 1UIed"that rlghls-of-way learnisg\ at .lean one person! tain-action to adults In baste Cbsmhw *f C.a m e.e eIYsugh
PRIVATE CROtTTh skeleton plan outlined by Sec. lit purchaied with money. from Cnrkrtmal sad( ;sl it.boqValveniry aoti from thl Tower cnlm**. dead live hospitalized uA an dutition rrMay. A tMta.WMlort ..
Experiment In International notary of Defense Robert S. Me- lOIN ether sourc thereby free. I art m*Ry and railed candles win b* lighted In all uncounted number of others SmUey ecftatoH\ the EC*. Nigh achMi. rboralgrwp )
Living is a private organization Namara last Saturday Many secondary funds for highwayconstrvctifn I but the highlight! Insofar as tee the windows This ceremony will with relatively minor "JtarI.t. aomle Opportunity Art eomea win= male |*fdmratowa
supported by grants aId < entire community .la .coaceraedcome .last approximately JO miaul/ Most of th* Injuries) mulled lC'' sa Pass Twe SMlg"M.
COtNTY: PROBLEM tonight at 7. during which time rile
Individual donations DeLand chime Inlh as Ik* estimated 100 guests
area students will la turn be Bombers Collide ,I SecoMlary funds are appropt'rated At this how UM annual t tight- ,. Tower will continue lo play plunged through windows el the< .AA.wm.on .. I IMaQnavox

given aa opportunity to apply/ by the state from surplus Ing of tile giant Chrisenas Ire CtrUtmaa monk.O99fXLNtTT. ihre*.story structure *r dropped
for a visit to a foreign country Over Lakeland gasoline tax** with!* the M M. Boulevard at Huh** Tower : SING from window lodge| sad drsla
counties. officials' .,..... inn tit a highlight of d fun eveilng's -
under the program. Mrs. Jarrard County At TM: p,,. "Silent Night." Pipes
said plain, though; that once rightsofway I program. In addition taihisM WUlcto** the cftlnM** program ,
Stetson University fncatty l SANFORD CAP Two Navy art purchased by the tk* ,Bghrtxg of cndle heal tad will be the etgnaf. to ev Tax

members offering homes for one reconnaisaaae ta tilt sir bomber Lakeland/ collided today fund, little ta left t* actually wlnoVm' of the wome.'s "I- I 3gulah the readies. immediate. Jax HearingJACXSONVTLLC Astro-Sonic Color Stereo Theatre' I
build lance halls and tt. Semen
of the Colombia girls are Fred San- highways.Is iy thereafter, everyone Is I*. : (APP la
Messersmlth and Robert COM.dort and on* plan crashed Volusia. about M per cent of Union 1 ftulkUjig. sad tie playtogf I vHed to '
gather around the vain..
Mf my opinion fun cash juat
of the Art Dept, Dr. Ed- lord Naval Air Station reported. approximately n minion ..> I> Christina carols from to'Tower Csartetm** tree located .In front value. and fair mark value are .VM4 Celev TV kjenaunl FM/AM/ Padhe
want Holmes, assistant. Den ..fMet. TIle other plane rtCurMCS safely sully II I earmarked for highway promise lo once again of DeL4 HaO. where vynoeynMu" ," said Ralpd N c M Mk.nnel. 'I 'I
and Dr. Roma Armour, director > la Sanford. eoMtructioir Moat of tt ta peat b a beautiful eight Herald Offla of the School.4 Walter, Distal County.. ss*..s* UHf/VW 0 tier..P.ese.rsph, i
of Religions! Education. The Navy said the twe> crew e* purcbaM of dghtsd-way." The pubOe Invited lo com' *. Mwle will bed convmialiy *uig. see. Slices nc RIMe t High" fWtIitt ......,.. '
Other families participating In members' of die erah4 reconnaissance Commlakmer S. E. (Ed: ) 1 Promptly at T p."",., an lights tag of Carfartms Carol. Thl This testimony rame Mn)4yn ....
the program are Attorney and bomber were believedto MOM Md CommuudnneretoctH. MI Ik* front ef tM campu* will J alas ta open t* the' sekt
public a
taxpayer* cult W
tr....... a. Pane Tw.. have parachuted to safety. Dean Imltfe planned t*_..: b sad witk the tint /e.ssiso4 se .... ton. fore Duval property ttttimnrtan .

Bandleader's'Disappearance Is Still I" U pr from cent a**4 MUirat market Mystery :
what the pUbrtifts can 'fair I"I"I J only j
market .&J..*."
J UM. I-US44 ki Walnut"- '
:i tan. S4JS ki tbwy. on* efelmtaatae

: Glenn Miller Vanished 20 Years Ago Today .f'Nfiw A/rtanuJtt NA 1GN3.'Matt K.r* ; rtMf11t)1a1 Mlable,

(AP) Africa ortaea el .

pIIIky ta* Cage snoMlu .110 ..-4.nle sun .
1CKDON CAP! ITS des...H 4tes'ncaSa. TVecadO-. Wm." Ali itiky. ,....... f."/aa<* was TV** ranged from tilt Mtef today f"r a ewmttrMatt nt u... .....T'UIUadIIe he l4rynrrldt 10 rise
Glenn MBler hr was almost ....... TheGrmsas .V to eoU, e4said. Ann' !**** A4tal E ff.tWIMI
yecrs ago today t. reported null 12 dayf later that tk* Grmas snot! down. his I',4 1tidue guarantee.' .
LpseSosdavuadl. '
lad oddly laid oft for "WO, Jack sTB MM .e* I after he ami** of toj tt- !lsl: !! .
took off In a slagto-engnM plan. A eve/ eommanlqW said I' plan to tit. theory Uut, k* bUrk .... re NetaetaIfedewla
a whfl* with their V.1I."I'd ever a wm aer.k* was re- tog raelam" late t.e ..- ""'drNIry Vwtpa _
lor Franc and Taatabed.Tb bone tuvtec a ttrde' late frrrlag t*> tie war," ht M*'*earckv, .f ito ftttftUtMdMl creaked. la. France and, an .... evilly ttmte debate. )HrI) tub** 5 E
dlaappearaac *f the gifted party at sty gut' aad dens) was lie a4 kltt>r shook ,aaad laUnute leas had sees. victim, 44 later ere end I
American b.Weeder **4 1M W tae txqr snaatly SM*>. and said goadbf at abort > >Wind M ciu*. ,....... Duke Undergoes Tttti cfuM. ft.*..TV SMvlcj giai*.. j
trombonist remain a* deep. a elsas<< wka'd dropped ..,." ajn. A arw bow later a4 MtB- "'tAIIC." uJ4 thef'peUod 1' ewialaly eoat bow what ntart M tfy-l tubes IndpaM j

mj-xery Sew. aa ft lea .en Dec. MJJrr. .-, JW*. .le dla( lie er was g M.ifclkr. I ....." kM. >e..d lo aimy. HytUM. HOUSTON; Tea AT) .: Th J yw.Andtke, ndt.o. 44q
1S,1,41- eancift. erca rs .g ,Ik* .*. OM l1. Vdd ear I Water *f pie Cng&k Chaaeel "bM *e taat night k* did keep Duke 4 W,.itan phlVMopftk- I Iktikrard
One ** the last pervnuio.aeeOr prate Allied fore** and laroad- Part with a pilot I* arrsaa a were searched .but M wreckage **yta!( Hut a* wsatH to get I ly fseug abdasa&sal urgrry, J.
) was Jack Rrrt a. the casting from Liodoi tit DIll brtMdceJt tar his H-eece bead. ''I was fwnd. / w die f! dJI and teat hewed I text and Xry "' Apiy.s Inc.rieaetttfee
Xrltbh! tejpresart aid former troop wu*ike last mat te Th* *jtg- *gte Korwmansock Miner* alslpeerra, e ... fnUg. to .. his damadeit tin .t Est today prior t* rae .. r
baadlesdsr.a ) ai-a Ik*, party1 -. ell I frsen an atrport aeer red .men wiuek,, sad tit- at .. BId wU rally I peraooa.. possibly Wedawdisyar lit "Wf! Isekrari. *'' .. .
was a ejoM algM for La> waa*eutsJde tfce Cat London .ki a __ to*. i ...,*. : Tkarsdsy. :

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More Cold


Town To Ask Attorney
:f\: 1 ag 1. ..

Allies On
By I
the northwest new snow

made Communities highway treacherous.In Minnesota For Advice On BurningORANGE

and North Dakota reported tern.

peraturea a* loir U20, u another

Nuclear Fleet gigantic polar front over t CITY Mayor for October wa $861 and urged

northwestern Canada moved Lr James L. Donaldson and Harry that resident buy their cigarette
slowly southward t t ,.t Drake, chairman: of the town in Orang* Qty so the town
BemldJI Minn., reported a w N Nr council, will ask the advice of would receive the cigarette tax
PARES (AP) The United deter' any c decision on the disagreement Ugh of -1 Monday. town attorney John Graham rebate.
States, Britain and West Or- to permit further Section of northern Wl con. Vwv over legal factors in burning
many pushed ahead today with study of new British proposal sin had low of -9 to15, and trash.Th. Court t
private negotiations for setting a device which will permit southern portion of the state council at Its meeting last County
up an Allied nuclear command the United States and France to ranged fromI to 3 above. 121'L'T decided on this action after
despite France' refusal to have avoid an outright clash Heavy now fall In the Cleveland I night\ aa Orange City resident, Hears Pleas;

any part In It. area added to last week' Alfred H. Schwenker, wad a
Thli move, reported by Allied accumulation. letter he previously had sent to
sources, overshadowed the open1 Fresh mow In the western the councIL In his letter, Delays Trials
big ol the annual yearend ministerial MarlcetSummary Wyoming mountain areas and Schwenker referred to Florida

meeting of the North At. I I parts of the Southwest added to laws and codes In regard to Volusla County Judge Jobs S.
lantic Treaty Organization the traffic hazard Southern ; burning garbage and rubbish. Bylngton accepted pleas in court
France was left out of the Idaho and northern Utah were During the meeting, the council : yesterday but announced there
"planning by 1U own choice. U.S. struck, with unexpectedly heavy rejected a plan of the Orange would be no trials this month.
of State Dean Rusk build
Secretary City shuffieboard dub for
snow!alli.! Trial are scheduled for the
hu told President Charles de fir repenter by U.... till A .cloud cover over most o( side a grandstand on the west third week In each month and)

Gaulle for ,a that mixed American.manned proposal nuclear local Veynold and Co. eRlce. Nebraska kept temperature in DRIVER ESCAPES INJURY A truck driver from Denamore Isaiah White, of the that courts.: a plan The tor coundlNUt.ted :building that would be Christmas week.

fleet, or .any arrangement growIng the lOa In the west and 3D la the 38, escaped Injury yesterday shortly before noon when a front tire blew out on the the structure on the northor I. Thomas Maynor Oak Hill

out of that multilateral force Heavy the idling stock market pressureknocked downto east.West Ryder Truck :Rental Inc. truck he was driving, causing the vehicle to go out of con. south side be submitted to the pleaded alcoholic guilty to possession not of'

would be left open for ultimate a sharp loss early this afternoon. i Yellowstone, Mont., near trol The careening truck truck and mapped a utility pole and two trees before building Inspector: ,or building by beverages the type of license permitted

French! participation. the Continental Divide reportedan coming to a halt off SR. 11 eight mile north of DeLand. Damage was estimatedat committee.: owned. He was fined $50 or 30
PRIVATE MEET Key stock fen from !fraction accumulation snowfall of 24 Snow Inchesafter in $900. Florida Highway Patrol Trooper John F. Worden charged White with speed HIKE SALARY days. A possession of lottery
Ruak, Britain' Patrick Gor to around 3 points. a fresh too fast for conditions.: (Sun News Photo by Allen) Voting to Increase the salaryof tickets charge against him was
the state
other section of
don Walker and West Germany' the town clerk, Mrs. Leola
The decline wa general, dismissed on motion of County
Gerhatd Schroeder scheduled a In steels, motors, rails, ranged from six to eight Inches. Freund to UTS per month, the Prosecutor John Socash.
private meeting to discus the retails tobaccos New Mexico had Its' coldest Action Taken council also voted to Increasethe DeLand and
chemicals: airlines, Stetson Sets Aaron C. Guess ,
nuclear command Idea. night of the year with temper.attires pay of the town laborer 10
aerospace Lee Melbourne
electronics, drugs, Barry Hopkins, ,
The United State tad Ger. issues, electrical equipments ranting from 20 below News Briefs cent per hour. each pleaded guilty to possessionof
many prefer the original fleet and other big stock era at Red River to 23 above at Yule Service Over LawsuitThe The council voted to allocate a firearm in a wildlife management
Idea; Under this arrangementthe Hobbi.Immokalee. $125 toward a Christmas partyat area without a permitand
alliance would create a fleet groups.Gold'mining stocks continued Fla, was the the Orange City School and fined $10 or S days.
of 29 surface ships armed with to advance against the general! place In the. nation, From $73 for a' party at the Marlon GUILTY PLEAS
a ,total of 200 nuclear-ttpped Po. :S'"J' F'rom Pugt'l Coleman School, to be paid on
lama missiles. trend as investor followed their ,From I asc' 1 presentation of bills from the John Michael Ben 17, Charlie
ttsual habit of seeking refuge In Robert Reed and John Dawson
Brtatn..wante. to expand the these stocks during a down market Area Towns chool. Fisher, all DeLand, minors,
Into Atlantic nuclear Board Clarence Lane
School Councilman reported
an and also because of a proposal At (:.15 p.m., students and faculty :. motions were signed by pleaded guilty to possession of
la in
and Polaris that the town
lore* to Include submarines dump
this week that the price of the University will gather Warren L. Cobb Smith's brother.In beer while a minor. Bell and
tome of Britain's own of gold be increased throughout .law. listed as co "fairly good condition, and Fisher were each fined $23 or
V.bomber and land 'Pride lathe circle (in front of the Stetson CASSADAOA Attorneys Councilman Clarence X. Forcer I
based m1IaIlel.i possibly the world Adopts Union Building. Here the There wQ be a chicken: and counsel: In his defense Included reported attending the state 10 day and Reed $13 or 10 days
No particular piece of bad Frank Ford, Mel William Daniel 59, DeLand,
annual Yule Log ceremony will Sidney Taylor
rice luncheon served ,
final control over use of the : at the fire school In Orlando.
news triggered the further decline Charles Tindell, Larry and Monroe Milby, 47, Cape
missile would rest IB the hand be held. This i* sponsored by Recreation Hall by women of Orfinger Chairman Drake announced
01 .th. president of the United but analysts stressed that 'From rag 1 the Canterbury dub and did. the GAR at 11.30: a.m. Thur\ : Sands, Paul W. Smalbeln, C. that a report on damage from Kennedy, pleaded guilty to
had broke driving while under the influenceof
the industrial average sated: to Dr. Irving Stover, Professor Aubrey Vincent Jr., Thomas
State This 1* one feature De day. There also will be a table Hurricane Dora had been sent
Gaulle strongly Oppotel.Mlnllten en through the "support" level Emeritus of Stetson University. of baked good and a White- Staed, John E. Socuh, Arthur to civil defense headquarters. Intoxicating liquors. Milbywas
established Dec. 1. ; John S Robinson, Ed. fined $100 or 30 days and
A script ha been written Osalnsky
of the IS nation assist elephant table.
Associated Press under the Poverty Bin to Daniel $73 or 30 day*. Each had
average Miller
by Dr. Gerald Crttoph for mund L. Wood, Robert P. In other action, the council:
NATO alliance met to reviewthe
of 60 stocks at noon wa down school board to educate and LAZE his driver' license revoked for
P. Duffett
: and
this occasion.In HELENCASSADAOAThe Henry
particular :
;state of the alliance and look -VOTED to purchase: a new .
Industrial off train adult' who are W day
J J to 3114 with .
'at the of de previous year, the ceremony Casiadaga Lake Helen blinker light which will be Installed
posture Reese
tease J 9,, ran* off 1.4 and utilities offThe Illiterate baa been held in Alien Charles Hogsten 38,
Woman' and Volu-
maintained by the Atlantic ;; Thomas W. Strickland, State will hold a 10 Students at University was fined $23 or 13 day for 1m
community. : Hall, but "because'of the nature Chrlstmts dinner at the Cassadaga ala avenue*, and to replace aa
for. Technical Education -. and driver'slicense
Jones industrial Supervisor proper passing a no
2 Dow
1. MAY AVOID CLASH of the short play, It I 11 moved Hotel at 1 pm. Dec. 23. anchor pole,for the.blinker light
advised the board that dismissed
I* a sense, the new British image at noon was down 188 : to Stetson Union Circle for this Reservations must be made Plan Visit at French and Volusla avepues. charge was
for $20.135 for tech. Samuel Bruce Beach 18, ,was
to 153.'IT. Monday the average It'* request
\ proposals for an Allied nuclear decisively penetrated the "IUP.port" nics education under the federal holiday season. It tells the old with Mr*. Richard HaD Lake -CAVE: permission to the fined $15 or 10 days for reckless
system offered a chance for the the Dec Darden Act had story of the custom of lightingthe Helen by Dec. M. Greater Orange City Chamber of driving. Terry Lee Pegler was
represented by
Yule and Inviting Commerce to place a nativity
United State and France to Log guests
fined $30 30
1 close of 864.43. been approved. or day fpr reckless
avoid" a clash Inside the NATO to enter and partake of delicious CHANGE crrr Front' scene in the park.Atrl'HORIZED.
rage- driving. .
' conference\ !Itself. The discus- Trading during }today1 first Smiley told board member holiday foocS.PrIIldent The Orange Qty Chapter of purchase of NO CONTEST
clones tin take place outside! the two hour brought turnover of that a specific request to the J. OUIe Edmunds the American Red Croat will a typewriter at $162. and also
j' 333 million share compared federal government for Impact authorized the town clerk to DarneD Ryala, 43 DeLand,
conference hall among the coun- will portray the Lord of the give a reception Thursday at :
tiles Interested with 1.88 million for the like period fund to build an elementary Manor, and explain the historic 10 a.m. In honor of Larry M. Mrs. Ralph Clayton, Dr. and transfer $800 from' the general pleaded no contest to a speeding
I Franc Insists on proceeding Monday school In Edgewater: i* *tUpending. story and inviting the guests Sullivan of MalUand, the new Mrs. W. Landon Smith, Mr. and fund to the fire truck depreciation charge. He wa fined $13 or 10
with development of It* nuclear Price declined on the American to come Into the Stetson Union national representative of the Mrs. Donald Page, Mr. and Mrs. fund.HEARD'Mayor. days. David Emmett Tressell,
arsenal Independently and Stock Exchange, with gold REVIEW PLANNED Building to celebrate the. occasion American Red Cross. Sullivan Walter Purtz Mr. and Mrs. Rob Donaldson 18. DeLand. pleaded guilty ta

claim an Integrated NATO nuclear shares higher Official will' review the lt.'nation with refreshments and fellowship I II taking the place of John art Morthridge, and the Jar read the liquor regulations of 10 speeding and wa fined $U or.
command would mean .Corpoate.and UJ. governmegt1 after the tint of the year before the beginning' Grant in of Jacksonville. The, raids. Voluila 'County and voted "toaccept B.D.Smlth/LDsLand day*, :
continued bond weremixed.. /t question whether the south VACATION TINE! Thes*' was
U.S. domination of the University holidays.Folsom new headquarter win be in regulations as ajKpllcable fined
Western Europe. last section of the county where Orlando. H. M. Hussey chairman The student! are visiting this In Orahge City. $10 or five day for Intoxication
NATO' yearend mlnl,tertal At-U:4": ,.m. Stock. were moat the children of military of the local chapter urge time of the year because their -VOTED to give $30 to Harley and R A. Crawford was
council mostly lower and employeeare Begins vacation period la during our fined $15 or 10 day for vag
tesslott was expected toPage or governmentof alt members to be present at Strickland for his services in
Amer. TeLU M4 UP tt) living quallfle for construction the. reception. Rafreihmeata. Winter lesson. the office of the town clerk: while rancy.
FordBH off:Hi Wettlnghous of a school. will be served. They will depart Bogata by she was hospitalized. Cecil L. Bland, DeLand, wa
Is Eyed Elect 44K 6ff 1; Dupont 227H off The county this year budgeted Duty As Chief air on Jan. 3 for Miami then SEEE LICENSES fined $30 or 30 day for reckless
IK and American Can titt off H.SONiWoflVisUS HtO.000 revenue from the federal The Christmas party meeting take a bus to DeLand to arrive -HEARD Mrs. Freund report driving and $25 or 10 days for

Steel government for impact DeLand'i acting police chief, of the_ Ladles Guild till; V:* here at 4:13: pm on Jan. 4. The\ that, at the request of the council driving road. on the left side of the
fyr\ City Post B1H oft Hi; Amer. Tobacco: 33H ,funds\ to help provide the educational Fred 0. Folsom, assumed duties \held in Turner Fellowship Hall girls will stay In their adopted she had written letters to 13 Land,Douglas S. Dawson, 20 De-
off Ms Seth Steel 3SH} off Hi I Dt'Landlome\ until Jan. 29. and Clarence Thome 60,
I facilities needed today, replacing Chief Kenneth Thurzday at 2 p.m. All memo persons who hadn't paid their
e RCA 11% off K. I are that the county! board Cox who resigned, effective Jmv bers are asked te bring a 50- A similar group will be stayIng occupational license and that, at days each for improper was fined $13 Of'lit

( ,' Texu Gulf Sulphur 47 off Ml'jCerox 1 may be eligible for as much a* 1. to accept a Job with the U.S. cent gUt for exchange, .and in New Smyrna Beach during the present time, nine of these R ma Montgomery Stillwell passing., 23,
From 1 MH up HfWoelworta MK nflO.OOO. but it may not be disbursed State Dept. red penny" stockings. the same time, Mrs. Jar. had renewed their lIcenael.'Th. DeLand.
k kfnt Page .f-pftK&latUMdel _:&&ncb,1; .: to the school board. until Cox win stay t>n (1ft an'alvlsn-v! rant said. The Florida Development town.marshal was asked to con.: days for no was driver's fined license$l0 or, with five

7 CMMNar SHL'Qff.y.: .im.Qn L'::next fiscal year. capacity, city officials old Cfy Members of the Tourist Club 'Conunl.slol"II instrumental tact the others sentence suspended
'I- .: \ :tM,American Exchange The board unanlmoifsiy psssed Manager Wesley Sweat announced will present a program of In arranging for the -PAID bin totaling $1,861, Don William McLaughlin 24.
-from the dt)'* board. No Syntax was 7J4 off 341 I Mead a resolution in tribute to George Folsom' appointment Christinas music Friday at groups assignment her*. .Wendell and beard that receipts for the Seville was fined $10 or five
Indication a* to who would re-. Johnson 15% oft V! Creole 4 place him has been given. oft H and Felmont Pit IK off for M yean until nla retirement Folwm, a captain has ben Nursing Home. Mr*. Fred chairman until his resignation II I year totaled S88T; and disbursements Raymond Lee Quails, 30, De
cordon I I. considering moving H- la 1996. The board recessed its with the department since 193. Aihton will accompany the effective Jan. 1.PIA'C.lNG. $1133, a* against! a Bary wa fined $1730 'or five
Into a new home outside the city meeting this morning for school For several year he has served group. : MEETA : !: budget of $27,000.HEARD day for improperly backing a
Municipal official must live official to attend Mark funeral a* assistant chief la charge of preliminary planning committee that cigarette tax vehicle. A.charge ef contributing
wtthln the incorporated limit Noon Stocks personnel and police training PERSON under the direction of to the delinquency of a minor
Gordon' tour'year term In office Cox Joined the force In lltt J'tnal'hhearaal for the annual Mr*. Jarrard met to arrange against Leroy Marquet was dis
end in May, 1965. A .I.b1' Pr.N Thefts IncreaseOne but left In 1951 to attend Stetson Sunday church: schoolChristmas community participation for the Officers Set
Mayor SkUlman'i also ADI.t-tJ"'ll f students and assign home to missed.BONDS
term IntPap 33 University. He wa appointed program will be ESTREATED
end la May. Although he hat Alcoa UH JoneiAL 69KstsAl of the lowest form of chief of the department In 1980. held at 4 pm. Wednesday lathe each visitor. They have been corresponding The court ciliated the folio*.
made no statement regarding AmCan 42AmCyan 2t theft of flower The outgoing chief will serve Ebeaeier Lutheran with their hosts by Ing bonds: Allis Dean Smith,
tentBn to again seek the office 4JS Kn'cott I1HLigltMy plant thelvery and- decoration from with the Agency for International Church. This wU Include all stall Mr*. Jarrard said. By DeMolayCharles alias "Sister." a tOO! bond for
indication* are that he win run. AmMot 14% S3 Development probably 'over children from nursery to con Members of the planning committee possession of alchohollc beverages
been reported on .
A well.informed source said ATaT 64H Locb'dL., ". 34% the upswing at DeLand'i Oak. sea*. He report to Washington firmation. Rehearsal win be are Dr. and Mrs Louis Thompson was elected In a place lot licensed; Bill
Mayor SkUlmaa was Interested i AmTob 33 :' Lo311er$, UAmpxCp. dale :D.C. Inc several weeks' training followed by a Christmas party. Freuad. Mrs Andrew Dey, Mill muter councilor of the DeLand Hodges, a $200 bond for sale of
in getting a "vote-getter" to replace .....l4,( Mas/vox SIM E. A.Cemetery.Tressel.! cemetery manager Jan. t.Search. The program, to be held Dec. Betty Foard. Mrs. B. S. Ashcraft. Chapter, Order of DeMolay. ala I alchohollc beverages without
Smith. The mayor Smith AnaCOllcU". MMAM KtiMohssco the M at 7 p.m. In the church auditorium : Robert Rust. Mr. Harvey recent: meeting of the chapter. proper license; Dolores Mae
said that during pa.tweek
and Cordon were elected four Annour' 12" 14H win\ be directed by Jernlgan. Dr. John Hodges, Also elected were Rays Soreo- Lewis, a not bond for malicious
ycare ago on a more or less Babcock I5Ii Mons'to I3H and a several variety poinsettia of other flower plant Ends Mr*. Jimmy Taylor Mr*. Claude A. Alraand. Dr. and sen, senior councilor: and Hr- destruction of property: J. r.
identical platform. 81thStl 1516 MontWd 38NstDalr and Christmas decoration: have Mrs. J. B. Vaughn and William Wry Martinez, Junior councilor. Cavanaugh a $100 bond for
OPPOSITION ae&r: Boeing rrli UKNatDlst been stolen from at the For YouthsThe DELCOX SPRINGS Beachum. Appointive officer will be trespassing; and $33 bonds by
One of the official who lost Borden "Ii' MH grave The December meeting of Mn Oliver ClaW also met named by the router councilorat Nathaniel Waters and Aleea.
Ida Job because of the 190 vic' Bruuwk I N.ArllAv 8114, cemetery He ha announced that. beginning the DeLeoa Spring PTA will with the local group aa head of. the regular' nw tlng to be conducted Dobsoa, both DeLand. for no
tory by SkUlman and al II associate : catll'Tr' 1034 Penney M Immediately, a 34-hour \ Intensive ground March be held at 1:30: p.m. Thursday the New Smyrna group of sponsors. at 7 p.m. tomorrow at drivers license; a $30 bond by'
H. W. (Jack) Johnson Celanese PRR nvi watch will be put Into effect for two boys missing line Dec.S la the school auditorium. Aa the Masonic Temple Deland.NOUG Robert Trickey. Orlando tor
said last week Ski lmtan would mrya1" .139434 PepCfcls I2)iPhllWor ) and that anyone seen' unlawfully wss completed: last night, open house with the teacher Special events at Sistine University speeding: and a $23 bond by"'
"definitely ;lave opposition"\ Ube. CocaOola 74HPhlUPet removing flower will be Sheriff Rodney B., Thursby sail as hostesses wU follow the have been arranged for Bobby Thome. DeLand. for
ran > corEd: .54\ 13" arrested and prosecuted to the today but til leads will continueto meeting. the visitor participation, said : running a stop sign.
i'l won't' any now that I will CoD.E4II II. RCA 32H fullett extent of the law. be checked out All parents pupa and Mrs. Jarrard.W .
.o.aa 10" RepStI 42% I The 15-1far.o1c1'Mlk.' friends Invited. Smothers'AideSets
run for mayo*, Johnson said youth are ,
"but I will say that U Skfilman, DnaeRevlon 42% neyoldof Daytona Beach and *rni.Over 'Shuffle HYODAY

run for;' re-election,. neU- ftI\o' dePostt RefWb; 3t .Canada.I3rrr 1F)' Jeff Prugh tt.SouthDaytona Cof C Reservation MIAMI Local Talk
(AP Florida'
talnly have opposition even..If. t: 1tRtaP-- SOHSeaMM = vanished early on the ) next
I have tQ ma against him" : 8ii 1M. 4SHSeartr EDMONToNMtl) morning of Dee. I wb a- they attorney general saya the Leg. William Warden. administrative
Johnson, wh 'reagoed'h'oh4top ;Ylea a* cn? U8'i Howling" north!,' winds-to4 polar took off ta a plan from the New Deadline Is Told Ulature win not be a Icagily assistant to UJ. See George

city manager's. Job after the I flaw .4THnaPat Sinclair S8\% temperature turned Canada' Smyrna Beach! airport. constituted body when It convene Smatters from Florida. wJl
election, was elected In IMS a* TTH Socony MXSmtbnC western praise lato a natural Thursby aid that aa area Deadline for reservation for la April unless it respportfcoa Detand Memorial from Garden speak at a meeting of the De- .
commissioner from Ward 4. Walter ford MFrmstDa 1* refrigerator Monday Bight. South of Oak HID wu being Investigated the annual meeting.banquet of Itself tIm.EulI'aIrdoth Land Chamber ef Commerce Na-

Glatzau wa elected. at. commlssloner 13WFreptSul SperryR UH Weather official say. the' worst today by two deputies DeLaad'i Chamber of Commerce: of Miami. Denvocrmtlc "YM.MMM I* a .USl .UietouM lionel Affair Committee at aooa
a' 4SHrrwhTr StBraad' 1834 I 11 yet to Come. New Smyrna Beach: police attorney general-elect
from'Ward.: ]. They M Msea..w .- Thursday 'ta the Calico Kitchen:
both are serving to sryear term 30HCenDyn StONJ KHMH North wind and blowing MOW Chief W. It. Forrelra and George .U, Dee. 30 .idlcisaa'annanscedMembers told a Chamber of Commerce restaurant ,

ol office 34 Hceua Swift gave many area el the prairie Anderson, who' with the Oil are urged te return hncheoa Monday he biped that 'lite Eatlteh >*.. *. ..*(-<. Russell Peters, chairman. said
>! MHCenFds Texas THUH their first bllnard of the Air Patrol at New SmyrnaBeach. reaenrattoA coupon by that date. House and Senate leaders real- that sasses SMshl tm tt* Warden would speak on legisla*

Action( Deferred MHCenMttl Thiokol ) easoa. Visibility was down to The event la scheduled for.':30 bed the possibility. swat el asset hurt aeeauiuy live subjects and outline legislation \
41 UCarb 1UnltAIre half a mile from Edmonton to 'The CAP reported a suspicious Faireteta'a eommenta were directed lie sweet MttrfrtBfwe bargain 'hi Congress: accosnpUabedlao4 : [
TALLAHASSEE tAP) The CenMtr .." tS SUnFrult Moose Jaw. Sask. Temperature thing there" Thursby said, pan Jan. II ta ftetew UMvertUty to the U. S. Supreme aUfM _atM. h tad Hcu pending. .

JTorida Milk Oommlsatoa'i Goodrich SIloS! 11 were far below Br., declining: all Other detail other Student Vales 8uD tar. courts landmark deckOoa that be rwMMuMy Mrw4 that Warden, a graduate of Stetsca
to replace individual mat proposal 'U4i USSteel nit Major highway* and roads thaa that the area bad to be Guest speaker wO be Dr. both booties of elate Leg'slatore -. at Ow taking' .( renege .Mlw University expect to be la Da-
distributing by a marketwide' Cuff t; UnlvMat 14\JWettgH wr ,reported.= pa, and l I ah reached by water Albert Burke, noted lecturer: and must 'be apportioned. by .r* UiMttf to-... peal ef Laid briefly to visit friend and
9634", 43H (raffle continued on schedule aa 'Idewi sal personality. pepalatioa. W ese.y.Wlate.e nlattvc.
of farmer wtod dar
pool dairy wa put HoeW 126VilatHanr WlanDtx OHWoolwtU ,the swept ruaway : ;
off until Dec. 30. n 2TEgg Weather officials said no relief .. ._______---...- _____....-eseaat.ers........... De ..IreDe _---.
The commlulon deferred Monday file from the cold Is expected eves when s..t.a- If'J ActepU Compromise

any action on the proposal win A for several day*. CHRISTMAS MEMO! Wage appears *. anti
after tome JOG representative Mar/ccf, vfte jwMe.ttM. a .**-*.. TALLAHA&zr UPTie
of the milk industry expressedapproval MIRRORAl pace p.N1c1 eatr remove Cabinet accepted a compromise
of the pool plan buts veiuttA teuNTVmitrr'a ObituariesE. May w-j **. )*. ... M Ie OHrtawi wrap all" vu wel v.i4 tt* **rt> today and agreed to aOow Iota

greed it needed amending. eaa.peta # n4 HIM "' iHefs foes. MI steel ittv essence AMI let .* aad e-baaaedar ..... GO C*. to aria one well every
: I.&rtt IrftM
iZhi Kceaieertl. awn sf,sassy ISO acres to Felda Field ef He*.
dfu- :: n IreaF..SI UernkTee dry tastes of the si sal
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AONIONVILLE1sK Ward ha been received hereel &.iLh ::bnlgJJ Jnc.- .... .a.tT. eetvlee t* the Bate Board ef Coaserrattoa
the asides death last
".. alg&t avtfltM at BKtAjro $. I. saM Son CO reqoMtod UO
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M4i.d.r.. -a. .nisI& ..' .. : : '- Paint & GlwsH7 of X. T. Owesu ft. at kin borne etiat OABDETB, gfro. wera.TM4M 11 aosAe aad the Uadow
't \ Winter Park. H* was the br*. H.IoGJ.,1Z'II PMat ?31-06'17 *.
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:a.. : ", Mrs, K 724.2128 these of the late Roy V. Own tf n agreed to Itt acrea but.
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Today InHistory : !

Negro Leaders Jubilant LAUNCH

I RESET William Bendk Is 'Dead

Over Rights Act Backing : If' The AwMitt MM CAPE KENNEDY (AP .
> Today.14, Tuesday, Dec. >13. Space Agency officials
the 350th liay of 1964.!) There anIt wtt try again, Jan, 5 to
dai left In thee r t launch an unmanned project And So .Is Chester :RilcyHOI1YWDODTA

ATLANTA. Ga. ''A?I ... Negro A loner court ruled that Ollie's Today's highlight in hjsforv' Gemini capsule into' I
On this date m 1791.. the tint
leaden while test flight. :
Jubilant oser Barbecue did
not ,
come under
., .
10 amendments to the Const)lu- The tent '
the Supreme Court's ruling up the law because It does not was rescheduled ? ,
holding the controversial public engage In interstate commerce.The lion '- the BIll obf 1tllEta became Monday. The final unmanned -- : ( >1 -= Actor! But the strength and sincerity{

accommodation section of the Supreme Court overturned effectKe .with ratines-! .. ,i flight was William Bendix' 1s dead. And sa. underneath the craggy exterior
Civil Rights Act weie taking a this dec4inn.The lion .by Virginia. i scrubbed, last week when In I'IY.. Is Chester A. RJey.the transformed him from character ,
walt-andsee attitude today over restaurant owner, OUieMcClung. I On this date 'J after the engines had pug faced(, soft,hearted fe- actor to star. ,
whether full compliance with said he wu sorry that In 1890. the Sioux Indian {1 Warn fired, an elrMmnktrouNeabeotrr tory woiker he made famous In He was frightening la Eugene

the ruling would follow. ''I the Supreme Court "didn't see U chief. Sitting Bull was shot r off- wkrn defect cut thttm television, radio and the movies ONetlli ''The Hairy Apa,"
a de
President Johnson, noting cur war. It seem to me that and kffled while resisting atr veloped. Bendlt! succumbed Monday at tough as the brutal first mate la
there already has been "encour- the ownership and uee of pr-$- rest at hia camp on the Grand The fully Instrumented Los Angelet Good Samaritan 'Two Yesri Before the Mast"
River In North Dakota. R Hospital to lobar pneumonia Bendlx underwent surgery for
acing widespread compliance vale property is bane to the
cap ul* 1 Is to be fired
with the act In the five monthsIt American way of life." In 191ft! <<, French' forces defeated S a subnrhital course which ever complicated by a stomach ailment stomach ulcers la 1953.Bendlx .

has been law." expressed The court abut ruled that the Germans at the Battle will\ generate bratto He was M.At and his wUe had been P
hope the court rulings Monday pats must dlsmica' sit.In it Verdun.Hi e a r test both the his bedstdn were his wife of living In Palm Desert until he
191) the National Prohibition JUST LIKE kION->rmma Kite has ipare- 37 Th"l ... M was brought to Good '
would result In Inn-eased ac charges 111'1IIthat the Civil big besutlfnl .)"Uh craft and Titan ] booster yeas ? ; daughters Samaritan
ceptance. Other leaders Negro Rights Act In law. Act wu unanimously, up her mother actrets-singet: Julia Andrew Mother and child for manned night Stephanie, 20 and LIIITI 1I', 30 Hospital Dec I. '
and white, called for com held by the Supreme Court Ire shown in SaLtburg. Austria, where mom >U making a Astronauts Virgil Crl and Mrs Alan Ladd. with whose Funeral services are tentatively .
pliance. In 1944! President FranUla .movie, "The Sound of MoatrwaYC011EUPIT torn and John Young are- lace' actor hutbaAd Bendlx once scheduled for Thursday U

1 MUDO\: tfAI1'3SegregatieNat 1511IcmliersGiti D. Ronse\elt' aigned a peiulon alated to ride the Omlnlcsptule starred. subw'Dan Vu Nuys. '
restaurant hill benefiting widows of World. Into earth orbit During his caieer. Bendlxplajed'ChajMcters
War \eferans.. '/ JlECTf A'C TOMORRO rs/ifiat from Adams ApprovesTALLAHASSEE
perhaps' U1'Ap II:
owner Lester Maddox of Atlanta Ten President : : : : brutal, :Villains to nYrybogy'apd
awaited a decision by the court e Blood At Dwight jears D. ago EUnhow AP) Sect}: .
on his own appeal to a lowercourt of State Adams
retary expressed -

similar roe. order Maddox ruling that said would tie admit he not felt Ne-be a )Elks Drawing strength., Five )''a'11'I'11I:1'1 plan:to -reduce President Army 'GOP Urged To Oppose Upper Room' UJe To of millions Rlley"! of television fans of show"The, tune. of approval J1JO. with Monday the Florid to the. r

Charlea de Gaulle returned to Rendix death was a double bas AJ1.Ianl'e"urvey team
mad In his ,case because he France It removed Chester Rlley, the and the student exchange program
after' a tour of the African I
deco not engage In Interstate The ): team captained by 'republics, of the French Role Outlined harried father.Bendlx' It has parted (

commerce. Norman WedeMnd and cocaptained One.jear 'ago 0CambodIA 21-D Rule, Over BillsWASHINGTON wife once admitted to Adams who wants to see astudent

Student John Lewis (chairman ef the by Ma). H. E. Ralner clo ed.rv<< IS'lT\hllIIIY:" \ tn London y In Local Talk an Interviewer: "Chester Riley exchange program :M
Non Vblrnt .
Coordinating < and ROl Bendlx alike "within
in few
'were respnnalMeMr donors at and withdrew' it* dart are aMt a years well have
Committee cabled hu been fit WI)'. a personal relationship with the
Instrumental/ many alt.ins the Red Cross Blood .drswuig Dr. Lelf 'VI'I'I.' director: flI'' "Rill a bluff manner docent leaders of Colombia," told newsmen
throughout the South, hailed the held at the DeUnd Elks Lodgejesterday New, Lessoll3Prepared : AP>-- plans devotional! publications: for "The I let outsiders know what he Is he donated the funds for
court's ruling on the Civil Fifteen pints weerecrlved some Democrat to try tocurb like at alb He has all the kind- the 10 .
I'pper! Rcom. the Methodist preliminary college af
.. diarprs
the House Rules Commit'tec :
Rights Act and sit In demonstrators > nets and deslr to help" ethers
devotional\ magadn. was guest I'lIe.tionl filled out by Colombian
as a landmark. During the. drawing a phone By ran a into stranglehold some' formidable on legislation Republican 'TAMPA d .PJ; W"R.''it I speaker at the Sunday evening that nap!' Is noted for ,Rom, students. a

"The decision vindicated the call was received from the Fish opposition today; maaiJlugfltra.avlM ,hlgM era.k ..rvlett at First Methodlit l 'tlmet,.'when I wltth''e' Rlley
Memorial Hospital announcing show .'' tay to-mjtelf, 'Teu
thousands of demmwtratnrs who The eri.dtnpped"JlloadtiyT iaauil t''a Church.He
made the civil rights bill nrt that two pints of A Rh negative Dr. ,DouglassDr subject plans of consideration maybe a major at a ,23 v ear-old/ Negro fisherman ac- ipnke of flit role of 'The think' the writers lived withus' i
blood were needed for a major) Upper Room" In the work of j l /t'ti
only possible but Imperative. meeting Wednesday of Republicans timed of killing his shrimp boat 1 /
operation to be performed this I Like Rlley Rendlx was a bit
Lewis church enpeclally with reference
said. "It must be held M now serving In the House captain during an aigument.V
morning. Earl L. writer of failure In th.
Douglass a
the landmark to the; commission on membership
In the forcomplete elected S, District Court Judge
struggle or to the
Immediate calls were made to of the weekly Sun N_.' column.! new Congress and evangelism whichsponsored \ Bern In New Ymk City Jan. i'
social, economic Jan. 4.S1DU CUience Aligned the
for all andpolitical two persons with this rue type "Sunday School Lesson,".recentlycompleted convening LIMITIn dismissed Weaverafter his appearance! \ He II, 190ft! he flopped as a bat boy Cook Books
Americans. against Henry
equality charge
." blood and within five minutes \ his 28th edition of emphaalzed use of the magazine for the New York Giants hi.moth..r .
George Brfflante and LewrrnceLnktord "The. Douglass Sunday ,School brief a group of Democrats joernment attorneys In ,the mnduct of home devotions. wouldn't let him go out Art Books
t\O rL\. s Leasdns." with leadership Meislngwants cant unable to produce two vital for Flower, Books
appeared at the dt awing The matajdna, although spring training. He didn't da>>
Lewis said his organization and donated this needed rate The 475-pag* book hoe tmpllbllohed to limit to %1 day the vdtneimes or Idenct Involving worldwide In scope "Is edited much better as a wml pro base Cam BookgChlldrea'g
had so plana, for further action blood. by The McMillan Co.. time during which the Rules th* body. primarily- with the Individual ball pUjer, singing waiter and
at the moment Col. Hetbert Mansfield, EJkt New York, and U now availiblt Committee may hold up bills! reader and his particular! prob grocer- Books

There was a distinct! possibility blood chairman, thanked all In bnokat ce. approved by ether committee. New Regime loins, In mind" he said.NORrtAV DUCT AT U !I.
that' further demonstrations those who appeared at this special The book, a commentary of the After 21 day*, the speaker couldrrcognlxe \ NUII"r. \'!: His debut oa the boards at II, NatdlaantlOigtilwau
would occur at a Birmingham drawing which will be the International Sunday School t... a qtul tiled member to r. Sevre, a Methodist minister as a "member of'' the Henry
Ala, restaurant which was 'In last drawing by the local Red sae,1. based on thKlng James call. up such bills, regardless of Is Prepared in hsvnative( Norway for1 Street Settlement House players ; UNIVERSALi

v&lved! in, tN court ruling. The Cross Chapter (1M. V' sr.DO Bible and Includes, full explanations the RulesCotnmltta's position. many jean, said that the "full wasn't notable.
rulings Involved the Heart of >ORS. LISTED .ftl the 'Scriptural pasiagef In letters to Republican oohkagurtf ; For Guiana Impact of ?na Upper: Room BendUf knew his wandering\
Atlanta Motel and OOi,'. Barbecue Those donating were Norman for each.Sunday in> 1965 and develops Rep Thomas B. Curtis waa exemplified by hit experiences nose and beer keg physique BOOK SHOP
In Birmingham. D. Right who donated his 30th > their' incasing and relevance of Missouri, a leading planner as pa tor there during the would lever qualify Kim as a IU N. BIT*.
Moreton. RoJleston, president pjnt; A. Douglas!; Teal Jr. donated for our lima for Wednesday's conference. GEORGETOWN British Cul- nut years of the German occu matinee Idol. (NetlteretMl'e)
el the motel corporation said 'J his 29th plat: Thomas J. Dr. Douglass last tt yean has urged Republicans to oppose the ana API( ) Forbes Burnham pation.Describing. "I'm about as handsome as a rest rstklnt Pa. igiikl'rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrw
the decision was "a sad day for Quinn gave his 19th: Robert J.Frlck devoted I hlmsnlf 'to Evangelical sissy device rule. H.the called it "the today began lining up a new how members, ef mud fence." he once remarked.
phony liberal
individual freedom" and Joins the Two-Gannn club thought, leaching and writing. A 'ha'. developed" to Democrats give government for British Guiana his and ether congregations wentto wre......r.rrt..rr......rt .t
"makes possible a socialistic having given his 16th pint: Tyros graduate of Princeton University, the aHer Britain swiftly changed and from church with candle -
state and eventual dictator. Poxon till) and two Joined the he holds doctorates from three speaker more power I the colony's constitution to permit lighted lanterns (the only! illumination !
Ihlp." His motel hat accepted One-Gallon Club, Thorns L.Frierson church: colleges; : Tusculum, As an alternative Curtis proposed the ouster ,,of Marxist Premier permitted! Dr. Sevrt ,I Shower' Her with Flowtrs Chi Her .
Negroes since,ordered to by a Jr. and Herbert Mansfield lroeetrrfandGtawha. Now retired more frequent use of sa Cheddi Jagan. said, "It seemed to me III\ i I : 1'1 I
lower court. He had'appealed each donating their Ith from the tonvtm/Nrkq, existing rule known as the calendar : Burnham said he expected\ to these little candle lights "" i, DOROTHY GRAY
the ruling. pints.Margie. Dr Dosglasa devotes his hill Wednesday rule This allows get his government fully In aetlI'I" being brought te the churches" r.1
the chairman 6i a legltla-! of the week. be reklndlMAy Christian 1"1 .
S. GUI waa the only time to writing. hy the end Cologne t
Lady Elk 'who donated and she . the' comrtlftM to can upJnr, The new premier's; 'People r and .tII..... ."'H'*< renewed !lr" .
was honored by the Elks badge Radio Pioneer Dlrs 'ote on Wednesdays .any bill Nsflnnal Congress party won nuking their way" back to v
3 Opmtari To Other donors were Jimmy C. approved! by his committee. Jt .ligjitly> more than 40 per cent of Individual) homes And this U '' $150plUltM

Sun Your Zvtry Branham,'Carroll B. Green. Jon LONDON AP) Charles permits( a complete b*'.pass of the. vote la the Pec T election, just what' The Upper Room' U ONLY/ $
F Herbert ud i the Rules Committee?..but hu so Burnham must put together a doing and ran do Inc all of .us.ROIND '
Pnntle. Snyder Samuel Franklin IS. radio t pioneer I ,
'BEAUTY NEED Billy Tucker who worked' with been used sparingly pie past maJltloR. He has been prmull'dIh.urpnl1 TABLE I t ;
Gugllel- because It limits debate. of Peter DAgular's' The service at which' Dr Svr J 1 I
A buffet was served '
supper mo Marconi on the first It) TO ATTEND spoke was conducted) by the Rev '
.u t r a'rorwerv'am"e I'nlted Present her with
Mr. kilcbolltlu 111 by the Howe Committee for( aUdlllOl'l transatlantic tbougtutolNosetaP .
transmissions, ,
Rep.. Gerald R. Ford of Michigan Geoije VV Wlaemaa. pastor and y '
Fern T
hlch won seats lit the
and volunteer workerswho
Kiss tally died Thursday In London It i i ;
were. Mrs. Suzanne Roach. was chairman of he GOP conference National Assembly With those Included a rnundtable prettntatlnn I
PenthouieBeauty Mrs. Gladys Footer Mrs. Dean announced Monday said at lent 111 Republicans seep' and his own party's 22. and ditrusilnn based on to ipUih oa after
have Indicated their Intention some fit the iplrttual) uses of the
Bumharn will have
Comer Mrs. Helen Pattllo. Mrs. a majority) '
Dies Alter IIIntIe \ to attend the meeting. of a over J'cln People's Pro- magadat Participating la this y het bath Ot iiotrt w
Salon Helen Carey Mrs. Mildred Huffman \
Matters expected to be discussed tectlos of the sen'let were thRev. I IG.'I
and Mn. Velma Deakon, LONDON AP) Lord Wool- fresilve parryRlfl Alto available j
Ul West i ale Ph.' 1)4421 at the temlon IncludepropnaM IIIr.D TO qnrAlllanurb Hugk Booth assistant I Ipastor .
RN. Dr Robert O. Hitter was inn, ft, born Frederick JameaMarnula. ef tan church Joseph, !
changes In the rules of Jag an'f party polled ) R. i rijnarIn lt taj
the physician) In charge. who waj food minuter Mart kin
the Ruiaell Leavttt
Republican party and fit the thi btgzeet vote, a aw system White LING
in Winston Churchill's House tsetf and Jerome Newman, all
{ more adequate\ ef .M, proportional representation members |
War n British Cabinet, died staffing for/ minority members of Ue tpontoring commission. I
denied! him
<< a majority in the
for Bndurlnof toMurForTheHomc.| Monday after several days' Illness of House committees, construction aiMwnbly, Japan bucked trtdltiot DeLand Sundries
following a heart attack. of a new and more popular however, by refusing\ t0teeign TAe> dosing: ceremony htV lvfNtprH"t.t1ol1
"image" for the Republican to tr, Sever nf a ,
I party and perhaps changes lathe A conititunonsl: order forcing resolution of confrstulstlons ,
House leadership/ structure, to "The Upper Room' ea completion
Jape out was Initiated tn London
7Y News eJa of : JACK UITMI, Owner,
Negro j Currently, there are no sips Monday bY Colonial Secretary years
of a major> threat to th. minority Anthony Greenwood. AnKapproval Sevre will present the resolution j
leadership of Rep. diaries A. to the editor, Dr. J. Manning -
by the Privy Council 200 North Boulevard Phoat 7342712LADYREMHtGTOf.
Hilleck Potts, who also I
of Indiana althoughseveral recently ,
the order was rtfned by Queen
: f- Given Infant members. Including EliraSeth: II as British Guiana's spike at the churrN I I ....MNIM.I..............l11ir1YllMlfa...nNla-

Friends ef Mr. and kin Ford and Rep. MelvU K. Lairdof chief: of state, sad Bun ham was
Wisconsin, know be
are to worn .In, ,
FranUin! .Gtvens, of 111 Julia ,
DIIP CUSHIONED, LADDER RACK $t., 'will, regret to.learn' ,of the change available pdrn.Qetired.if the. COP decides M The order provides "that 11.! \
death any dins btlora tAe pease ef "
.I of.( 'heir Infant daughter, I
MAPLE ROCKER'AND CHAIR;' ONIYCM Valerie.'which occurred' Sunday Cxrc Assembly meets the governn'Inlnrma .
at 10.0S am. at West Voluala the premier that he Is I ri
.t MUM ....., km*. Memorial! bout !to reappnlnt him or to ",
.hire wi' ............ rnnW i 50 Honpltal. WA. JIINGTON tAP RnuL appoint mother as I
Irl"'""' c.I.-& .... _.11$2. 9 In addition to her mnther' and Leffler, 78, retired ite..'l executive hen ih* person, anif premier In
: 11M"......-GIt...... lac* father brothers, she; Kevin la survived and Franklin by' two and aatioaally bows mnservattonist exher. mlslstert premier andp.rUamrnun i gIY1 g 8

died Monday, of a t-crrt rlei. are forhwitn lavtrsi
Jr.; one sinter, Cassandra Given her him
heart aHmeat H. .111 ,t-a the their elflces./ ,
*; grandparents )tr. ant,
sue DOWN Mr*. Dan Givens and Tomml lation'i Ant aiitant secretary Jtgtn l.* accused his oppnti- b autyrr. paeel rrreRlNINQTONr'LS
tt Dentnn. ft the Interior for fish and wild Unit *f fraudulent tactics tn the

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Home U In charge.

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the Sunlight Society of tAe PaO-

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EditorialsLet's OOLubzoUS, ohlo IAPs a\

brief report la mil Stat University's
alumni magazine
) OFFICE REPORTS that there may be such a thing
Keep ChristmasA "Is There a Doctor in the House? aa being too good.A .

senior transfer student who

Season Of Home Economics News literature had been majoring at Northwestern In dramatic L'nl,

JoyA bltr I versity took the oral test for

ilk I rip. i I speech defects while going

food many youngster in Wit Voltjsln l.iiI. By MBS. EJIWA I. EBTJOAN dies are IB dusters of J er I ormM'l' through OSU'a orientation Her
diction wu ao unusually goodthat
will be from Santa CUui thUyar.
receiving sad It ia probably a pine Needle the examiner. until she
Now then is A time> to review the w 1 ITWIRT
good 1 II. attached to the twigs singly explained why- suspected It

rule of bike tafety. For a head sUrt en Ckriitma mean the tree is probably a must result from some speech
chores, you CU bake your defect
With over 25 million bike-happy children, Christmas cookies: BOW and More pine of a spruce.

it'i email wonder that bicycle accident sendover ,i, ( 1 them for the holidays The V S. Actually, the kind of tree is _.EOAL. Nonce_

i Dept. of Agriculture home economJala unimportant as long u it pleases
a half million to the doctor every year. ( NOTICB TO es'SNo
J s/ 4mai luggtft that you store the person who selects It. Select IN THB 'IKOyiT COURT, SE1T.KNTH .
School, service clubs and other community or- oft cookiee la aa air-tight container Jt'Dt( AL CUKVIT, IN
your tree u early as AND WJR cou\"r.
fanizatioiu do their part by teaching the do'i and If they start to dry out. keep It in a cool place In n..ORIDA.) .
don't, but parent muit help too. put a piece of apple or orange a bucket of water. Saw a section JOHN R. WILKO.V and
la the container with the cookies. off the base so the fresh wood MA.KUll.RITB: f. WH oN,
What CQ parent do Here it what bicycle W t d If you're staring crisp cooklH. can better take up water. Keep sit v.wlf. Plaintiff, ,

safety experta say: first of all inspect the bicycle put them in a container with a the tree la water all through the 'l'HIOOOlUC! 1. 1RIISSEIII: anC
loose'fttUflf lid. Should they begin fresher and "UtfJISIA 1e. asxla; : III'
holidays to keep It
: themelve Check brake, reflectors, to get soft, you can usually safer Place the tree aa far away wUinA

light Reflector should be visible at 300 feet, make them crisp again by beatIng from artificial heat sources as COMPANY THlcV VST: an TREE Ohio!: EXPERT corporation.!:

the front light at 500 feet. them in a SIB( .degree even possible to prevent it from drying Del."n.
for about five minutes needsup nUll
Make cure there' a bell or horn in working will be and out. A S or I foot tree OF KUmiDA,, TO:
your cookies ready : ,. "
to a quart of water per day THEOPORK 1 BFtKNNEH a>4 f
,condition. Set that wheel, tire and drive chain. waiting for Christmas unless REMOVE: KAZAKHS VIRGINIA., it BREN.VEI8; hiewlf. t

.are sound, and moving part lubricated. Check the kids find them first? Tb. Christmas holiday Is one nhnea place of residence Is m- I I
,kindle bar and and all nuti. that, perhaps more than any AM EACH IOU er*
height tighten to
is getting time to select a other, Is centered around the hereby notified a su't'! inequity \
So much for the equipment. Now for the Christmas tree. Tony Jensen, home and the family This, coupled Ban.JOHN been R.brought aiilnit
tsun bjr ILOand
children. Start by reviewing the basic rule of iw.&t assistant forester, Florida Agricultural with the fact that more ARObCRITK O 'WIL80V. hla !
Extension Service says accidental deaths occur in December wfo, In the flreult Court. fievemli
bike-riding: keep to the right obey traffic dgnali Judicial Circuit, In and for NolureCountv
& actually there is 80 we best than In any other month Florida! and sou ara her,.
and atop signs, never ride two abreast, give hand jj all,round Christmas tree. In the means that every family should b) summoned, >,r tn fits your nrltten anawer "
signals, itay off sidewalk, get home before dark rural counties of Florida many do its utmost to eliminate hem fenaee t. the Complaint .filed or hereIn -
resident sill go to the woodsto hazards that could result In the asalnat you In the above antltlH
if possible and, 1 if not, wear light-colored cloth ', 1 hunt for a well,stuped red holiday being marred by needless if raua tha.. In Circuit the UffUa Court.of In the and Clerk[fnr

ing. W,4 i cedar, sand pine, or perhaps a I tragedy. Vnluala County, Florida, at till
nffloa In the Courthouse 'In tALend l
Thi mat accident-prone bike rider Ire boys slash. or loblolly Many ol the accidents over riorlda, on or b.'".. tht nth dar
must season result AC. 1MI and
Most people, however, the yearend holiday ef January to sang
ia the fourth through sixth grade In fact, boys elect a native-grown red cedar from the general bustle and a. copy TUART of aiic-h answereraspen JIIATTI oVinn:.Gl.r.

are much more susceptible than girl to sect- from a plantation or from among confusion of the season, which Plaintiff: .. a ttorn.y h.r.ln. who.
adrira li 105 Wait Rich Avanui
conifers the most safety- '
dent of all typei and degree of seriousness.. several species can cause even )'.L nd, Klorlda, on or bafora mi,
hipped in from other states. conscious person to be temporarily date, aa "ulr" b* tha ,lawa ofriotIda

fatal injuries among boys are nearly twice ai Jensen list some characteristic off guard according to (Tell\ _. and.4ur'tht, If riorlda you fall Rules t. 4 nf 0

fieqUftnt u among 'lJ. Injuries requiring m.d- to look for la selecting a tree: the National Safety Council. This .... a Daor*. Pro Canfaaao willuttrad be
1. Retention of needles from makes it all the more imperativethat against you for the rtliafdrmandod
feel: attention totaled 8 million for boy, S million the J'j.J Complaint,
the time of cutting through the families bear in mind rot TH NOTirntB
fcrfirl*. Christmas holidays. major holiday hazards in the that the. natur of old not.. U tafnrtclna
a mortfaa { t*
Chriitmajtlme i* fun time, but it'* also trif- 2. Full symmetrical shape. home fires, and slips and the Plaintiff and recorded<< Of.flnlil .
3. Limb strength adequate to falls Falls are caused in a variety Rroordi kV sit,I-u" YPuhlle :,
fie accident time. Children absorbed in the exeittment acatteredaround R* orda of ,
and electric ef ways: toys
support Florida, on the fnllowlna; ntfrth.
of m game can all too easily forget the lights.\ the floor, climbing too *d utnda In Voluala County, Florida .

danger el running' after a ball or a playmate Canncl 4, Sufficient non prickly foliageof high to hang decorations, using twlt:
healthy green color a chair or some other makeshift Th. South UK ft of th* Vnrtk
i ia the ttreet. It'* up to the grownups to remind 5. Fragrant odor. Instead of a stepladder for climbing the 171 feet Northwest of the Quarter East tilt
then, forcefully uectsary, Quotes Mark Twain <. Springy branches which can .f the outto..t Quitter (tEylsf :
At ..
Bay fire can be reduced the aouthw t Quarter
for shipment The danger
be tied compactly! /sWtl) of Section 4. 'mw,.
without breaking, and regain If holiday decorations arefireproof ship 17 Hnuth, Ranta 19 East,
Voluala' County. "' ,r1d&. TO.
when released. or 1Ir..rellat.nt, and
their strength OETHER: : with furniture ail
w Over Talks With Wilson By WARD CANCEL M SPECIES be sure to keep any combustibles flituraa oontalned taarala.Tha .

r Newspaper! Enterprise ,.... In the U. S. aver 30 species paper, tree boughs ribbon. name of the ronrt In whirs.
MftslAMT. .. NEW YORK (NXA One of of conifers are Used a* Christmas away from lights, candles, and this suit has been Inatltuted la oh*

the things we have never been trees, Jensen Ia>"!. Douglasfir fireplaces. Circuit. In tourt and, for levonth Volualt Judirlalt'lrcutt County.I

able to understand Is why a Balsam fir, spruce Scotch Florida.
By JACK AXDERAOX mutual defense cutbacks, a ban and red cedar are the Handkerchiefs: used by cold It la hereby ordered that this
Santa V' ED TOa', NOTE The Vtaahlagtoa book about sex In marriage ia pine vtctirna need te be pro-treated Order and Notice ahall he publleh
Stumps ( on the sale of old bomber to called manual. most common ones used. Once a week for four Mt roneeiutn. .
Herry-Ge> May \In other nations, an underground a Don't expect the man on the before laundering Soak them In '. weeks. In the OELAVO IV:
We have a long list of questions salt water lot half an hour and NEW. a rewapaper publlnhed ,laTeUnd
written by Jerk Anderson, Drew tent ban agreement and a wide lot selling Christmas trees to County, Florida,
Jl-Year-Old r,."... /. aaaaolato.) range of other subjects of this sort Another one Is know what he is selling, Jensen rinse la hot water. Then wash and havlr.( a iener l elrculati
t L why $;.30 pm. with traffic in boiling hot soap or detergent In Volume, Connty. rlorld.
+ Rusk reported to the Presidentthat says More often than not he WITVEHS mr hand .. Clerk efaald
WASHINGTON At the white the new Kremlin leaders bumper bumper and barely does not know. It is not easy to suds and rinses. To sterilize, Clrrutt Court of Voluia
called the rush hot iron while County, Florida, and the .e.1! ef
AIII_ moving la press with a damp.
House state dinner for Britain'sPrime appear to be more cautious tell one evergreen from another the ield f ourt at Pefand, Vol",..
1I ...... Minister u.tQIt'lIlOn\ than Premier Khrushchev but hour. IB normal Christmas sizes and Going downtown shopping for County, Florida. on the 14th dif
President Johnson loosened his that Gromtko' no longer acted But taken all together, they most bees don't have name tags. Christmas gifts tonight' ? The of December, A.r JEHU> l!)'!i>.MATHAI

BEAR AMY: I *m U y *r| eld sad I .m'itlll confused -. stiff collar and felaxea. with his like a messenger boy waitingfor add up to the penalty one pays" A tree with scale,like needles Fast: Florida AAA Division urges Clerk sf 1.,1' Courttohule '

about Santa Claus. Mom, Pad tad my' older eta< formal guests si If they had In.tructlOM from Moscow, It for having a literal mind. And la usually t cedar If the nee- you to carry or wear something eRACHEI.County. ,ANDREIt Florid.a :

,tr lay there IS 4 Santa dsus, and the kids1 at t school come M chow at the U5J, look. aa If he had been given as there Is no remedy for that white, so that you can be more Deputy CI."
sty there Isn't any. Mom said "Call up Santa and talk ranch much more power to negotiate ailment, you must make do with base gotten all mixed up with easily teen by motorists anAL a
to him." So I call him up at St.r,' servics somber and At one point as h* Introduced on his own. whit you have been issued the subject of sex. And it seemsto -

all I get la tome studld recording which says- "This la sevatal distinguished gusts, tu I.V TIE BARBER SHOP We mention this matter !because us that if you are going to tie Aoswet. Prow Patti.

Santa daus up la the North Polo ho ho ho." H, doem former ambassador t to BiUaln, Relaxing In a barber's chair we have been looking Intoa planned parenthood to sex education I Sustenance I

let ms get n word tn edgewise. How c*a a great' blf fat Lewis Douglas, modestly ,c- at the Pentagon Deputy AisUt- new birth control program you have started too

guy get hi* stomach through a chimney? Jed how can knowledged the Introduction} ant Secretary of Defense Stephen scheduled for six of New York late AfaoUQ* *
ha sled to Florida when thert's no snow there In then began to sit down Shulman started thumbing City's "poverty" areas startingnext That Is because sex la a very II"" ..pit SAr4arSOnevae

Omaha there's n Santa In every ator. I Just got through 'Now Law," admonished UK through a copy of Playboy magus spring And after many obscure topic. Although everybody du.pile. leases

telling a short tat Santa In Brandies what I wanted, President, ")'ou stand up a name while the barber applied the years of looking Into these pro. talks about it, you usually Ibatrettlvislr.1 ..aarISbvd
and when I walked outside I law a tell this Santa ringIng little longer There are some llama from Taiwan to Chile find they mean the stock market material e M-.ry NY

\ a ben for the Salvsttoa Army. How about glila down htr. -who didn't get clftprra.,Suddenly. Secretary of Defense and San, Juan to Tokyo, we canattest or vocational guidance or II MeH We- llfaraat* areetwairiaerilKul SMiatur
CONTUSED ABOUT SANTADEAR to the fact that the planet getting into heaven And In 'II flak *.", ,
to sea you"Commenting McNamara strode In with
14Miut alUa4rnai4et
there U a widely
COXFLIEOt Climb aj.. your fathers II..... on his conversations a sheaf of papers, settled In an has entered a horrendous rush heM those matter theory that nothing la ISSiMkal lack* aj.
I eanj Bay, a.* ark him to level wills ).... 1..n.a. with Prime Minister Wilson adjacent chair, and began pouring hour and something must be worth doing unless you have II MiataISTer*.set aar4
Moogb. to IOMW. Johnson recalled the time over the papers.Emharrueed done about It very soon. II ...
something to show for your F J4 Male Sear SS eats
e .- Mark Twain ankh directions to Shulman slippedthe SEX MAXIAL : seer ter SIPreaNr al snahs 41 CetSoe f b ..eatkeonrrd

DEAR) : ABBY: I am II and lint been. married forT a friend's farm In New Hampshire. Playboy copy! under his But we simply do sot believe effort.EtBLT TEACHING: :::' rwsasw :: Rmoy.a tI1It MCexte
menths. My husband and I get along very well and I barber's cape But the maneuver there Is a sex manual possible ,. h.7 M M awas =

Ilk being married, but her is the problem "How far Is It to Henderson's wu ao hasty that h* lost hold of for showing how to manage the control To our has way almost 01 thinking nothing, birth-to do /AtIce C url*atieu Jt swrkrsut a IIItw := ray 4,,YiN pp.p5n AOsett

:X work for the telephone company and the pay la very place*" Mark Twain Inquired the magazine enlne.This does not mean we objectto with sex but la really subjectto rte f/=-1 Y 1MlIls. Mlle e..1 M...
"About and
a mile a half It slid slowly to the floor and MWaniai aifiulS2C
geed but with my hour. I hardly ever get to see my be taught in the kindergartenbefore .
family planning projects and< eer ar
II a
husband and I stay dissatisfied with myself all the time.I ,said a farmerMark landed directly\ In front of Me- whit they term "the distribution the literal] mind .hsa been CipnaeraS4Stirk r' I '
Twain contlnaud along Namara'a chair, the near nude EE
be logical 11-
taught tin II I
can't let on a different shift because I dont' have the road until he met another cover girl face up. Without a of Information<< and mater We are not suggesting that the Leaded

'ay Majority, My mother says that while I still have no farmer, again asked the distance word, the Secretary of Defense On the contrary, we havearen rhymes .be rewritten _='. II" .. "
i rJUldrta I should work and sav* an the money I C'II to the Henderson farm. put aside his work reached personally what this aisiatsnre nursery
for .
inte a plea family planning.or
would rather stay. home and be a housewife. Uvlng on "About a mil and a half," down for the magazine, handedIt has meant to hundreds nf arithmetic IT astoSuedanl":- rw III
that! elementary
my husband's earnings would not be #sry, but I would replied the second farmer, back to his flustered uII.t.nt.fFJtRY.GO.ROl families driven bv despair 111- abandon the good old addition of, "lN n 1fI iI3
Ilk to try. My: husband says I can quit my Job >If I want Still farther. down the road. it D *. net and starvation t* birth- and In favor of II Ayer "
to. What should I doT Mark Twain asked another passing The malt to the Pentagonover control centers appl e oranges ea mraa43I5.lduI ill" ', ; : ___ III !II
sums involving population
certain that similar _
TORN We are IiIIIt
farmer the dlstnnc and was the cloning\ of surplus military Is !II I Ja
growth I
In New York City can
DEAR TORN) Quit your Job led ,..... jraunelf U told. "About mile" and a half." bases la running four to mean program the same. We merely think the kiddies sirs.1e. lade. II I I r

being a fun HIM wile A dlwttnoe wlf .to a greaterthreM Thank God. said Mark one lupncutlng Secretary: of Defense put we have found that people should be told somewhere alone ssahwld{ Mwr. ..
to a wrrUge than a Nghl budget.DEAR Twain, "I am holding my own. McNamarn's action generally do not consult: manuals the Una that U you put one and N Peale swaprrel.e r- :-u. .
a a e e "I would like to observe tonight Tli* Armed Forces Journal reported or call for technical aiels- ene together you may get three N .. g

ABBY'\ Our son, a colleg sophemor. war ," concluded the President, In Its latest Issue that lance until something has gone or mot.,. I.")
driving one night when h* wu sideswiped by a truck, "that I am aot suit I am hold. Deputy Secretary of DefenseCyrus wrong with the machine. In the And u t* that old woman who :;::. 1'1 Q 114 .. I" ., 1""' .

and a horrible Accident resulted Ills date ia collegs leg my awn after today's die Vance would quit the matter of planned ptrenthood, lived tn a shoe and had 10 many press 1118 ,.
frsikanaa) was badly Ulured. They still do.' knew hew cussion." government unlena h* la promoted that means five children she didn't know what te some DI
amok plastic surgery wIll b* required to restore her face la his response. Prime Minister to McNamara Jon, The nine children.frenuently do well obviously. But we t Leans nelwes. ,. I III I

to n presentable apptaraace. Fortuastsly. cur son Wilson Invited Johnson to mqile Vance, wM has no Besides, for some reason our don't eee any profit in teachingthat Ih'r':;'
ocapd with leaser Injuries from which h* will recover dinner\ at Buckingham Palacebut ambitions for Mghter office, literal mind cannot grasp birth lesson<< W little literal w sash p I pia I rM e

tn tree, but they ore both still hospitalized. Naturally, warned frankly that t 111 war furious. "Absolute hog contrd and, ver-popultlo ml ads. srrwaw
we art sick over thla and are assuming all the bllli. Her Scots Guards or' Gordon Highlander wlllhI"! he snorted to aide -
pfreats said to u*, "Now that your son has disfigured eta might suddenly start Tie Women's International "
daughter for life, the least he tam. do I b marry her!1" "parading" around and, placing magus hot: .Peace and Frepiornhaa MOtT aUM By rRANk OMtAJ,

:They had bees dating, but tot steady. Aid ws know the bagpipe In your ears a-ou put tilt Army on the*.pnt
try to eatAnd by a proposal that 1U auiplut, m. .i ii'
tilt cur son had BO UioygUta of marrying this girl or *ayeee < ; r
olio. (H.', oily II,. We are afraid these parents) you thought, he said and hUe tracks In Camden ( 1II t
averting to the language of N J., .be used to clothingand tI1N
h has moral carry
will try t* convince our sea that a ebllgafldt -
ta many their daughter He Is a sensitive emotional weaponry, "that you had the groceries, which have accumulated ;. I
yew ma*. How should this lit ksadledT great deterrent. In New Jersey t.
HIS PARENTS I Note-The British press waaerltlcal Mississippi Freedom waken i
01 Wilson for beta*. Army trucks are used to haul
BEAK PUD'1I Lot yew ae kt.w the be tai Ikt taken 11by JoIIn_'. texas officers' furniture and to helpofficers'

'.. tpfre .boi web Into gg4toa, tad explain that tor charm and persuasion.RlftK. mlvea' benefit: so It's
;!Ian to marry? tile gM aatoly out el a tontine el eMIsslen'or GkttMYIOTh ptttrwd to use them also to _

gilt wield bo at torrthto anletoko. State Department UatMowing feed and clothe MlMloql JIl."..
e e any bugles about It, J. Albert Roblnon of San
Problems? Write to ABBY, Box ( 7OO. Los Angeles, but Secretary Dean Ruk has Pedro Calif propone that the

t 'Call For n personal reply, eadesa stamped, self ben encouraged over hla private USA get better acquainted with

s addressed envelop. talks with Foreign Minister MlasUslppI. by routing tourists

Gram,) kA Ru.t' roomed to President ...... thert. Thlawould bring na rUNnTOlU B* slUQIA-BAUEBA
JafcnsoB that the Russians. additional revenue to Miaslmlppi
at Ia bW1i1t.1 appear te be stew but sincere tn also help Northerners get ic- )i I l t II ill lilt I II It j+ l '

their search for East West .. qualated with Southern con*, I + i ale t I, l lI ls
ffMHtsi. .4 deny wa.,i takir..". M.w Tear's Bf. luttoaa.Grimjko. tvoaa and VTajtasippUna; acqualated tl

'My rewth. Lee OCT. TUAksftnag. sad CHruusiaau44 b1 Aiia't repeat the \ with Norber en Instead 11l It I
ruaaiua CeiMaA* at Ill outli W44UaaSeulo- usual Ruaalaa actusatteaa sad at spending .. much mo- y
.6oUn U4 let of March a. 1T*.
nerUa nose
riortda.John prepagaada during their meetlafbut \ eel touring Europe, hays Robinson
S4ond-eUa peotavgo pats at DelaM. aetJed down to a cautious let's spend snme fr I (
B. Perry Jr. ".. .. John Uorftn Welch TTeo money l (
piacUcal discussion of possible touring Mississippi and tie '
Jams J.JOrdaa. Deep
Rio, sad ilea llgr. K. H. Weatarvelt., editor:
Soviet.Amertcaa South Gerald L K. Smith
Ar. Otr. Jeha R Btr. arouSattM UfT. agreements.H I 1 1I
/ JUTIONL ILD'IUUlN'Un> seemed most concerned the anil-Semitic rabble rower" "" ( l lI I Ii

i ',yi1 V. Torry Aaeoelstea. W, Nth It, Sew Tart M, SAW the American effort to Include calla the Warren CanunkMkae Jai. t ( 1 1I
ILT.M.m.miea d pe4kapal otttoa. went Germany ta tile new report "the fraud el the rentry. i ( I IcL 'a I
; avtacfumolI arcs multilateral nuclear fortes. Rusk ." Minutemen have pm. g I I

i BT earrler OM par (21: six months, big 10: three replied this would keep West totted' against the "Malhnen'a

...u...' *g..:' ore masts 11.11: one west 4. *.nta Germany from developing" her Urca' ei their wn time to 1 I
Mit. OM ,.*ar'atiia a aUIIo U*.M; three owl Independent nuclear weep. deliver appeal lor..... XleaaerRooeevtU :! 1
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Christmas Party Mrs. Tallon Fl,'., melt Volutia Singing prjwp! ) I Pupils Of Mrs. Day

lloipital/ Records Present Fall Recital
For Sun NewsEmployes Entertains Entertains At
The '.lt..wtn* .eaMi fp.m ttlMl >.
AU\ Maws wen ra...... .> Trinity Methodist Owen was
) CIC Class one 0.....* aim New. to.(yl.
Guests Tourist Club the acme Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
(\ c'\.. for Women FkkiMenMrUIADMBAIOM of the annual! laD recital featuring

Colorful Christmas decoration Mit Hubert Taftofl entertsd : the piano pupae of Mrs. Lin-
uf Mr. William R. CasWM, 431 Old and tovorHe that
..... IVk1fR RMw rraasformed the Lake BeresfordYacht : the n of the. CIC S. songs ton Day Heateeaea were Mr*.
Kingsbwy Daft II the
: kept audience In a rental-
dub into a festive holiday ("all ct Tunlt} M et )h o d I 111
"- Mr*. Gertrude Deutschmann. 130 cent mood highlighted the program Joe Allison MM. John Day and
setting last night for the annual u"'b il hi-i "home on VtoMWr .
N. SaM Soud Ave., Mrs E. T. Petenon Plerton.
t'ntt D Mi
Sun New Chrlstmai Party : St. Monica's Circle Has Yule James Jord.a'aad Morgan 7TattleMae Shields and Mjt, 'I Henry Kelly 438 I S Alabama" Chorus and Quartet of Daytona Approximately 100 attended the

Welch were In charge of ar Ella Stone weuw. c.'O.hoIt......*. Ave. Unit n.WV Beach at the DeLand Tourlit affair
rangtmentt for the event and An aluminum Chrbirmas the I HemcrUI Quo. meeting at DeLaad Participating In the paradeof
with ADMIMIONS 1 1I' High School! Auditorium lat eve- talent were: Jeff Meaatrsmlth,
Mrs. Deforest Blckalhaupt revolving colored light was
Program At December MeetA la charge of decoration. was the focal point In the room. I' Mi'*. Etta Mae Short, 1T29 S sing Several Folk Songs were Jackie Peterson! Sharon Wynn

Richard Weatervelt nreumtwl .hl'h mat highlighted with hiS Clara Ave.;; 'fl'l. Beatrice Rasa I rendered by Dr. Armendt of the Nancy Mlaenhetmer, Pam Tal-
JoIr.W.lch. publisher,-with--a Christmas munle. mussen, (13 E University Ave. : faculty of Daytona Beach Col ton Tom Valentine Mary Smith
Christmas theme wu carried tivWei. Christmas baskets for gin from the group. He then T.Intl." seven Including Mr*. Miss Jean Ellen Pillsbury 540 loge who accompanied himself Bobby Messenmith Mike Jones,
out at the December meat- needy tamllie will be made up served at Santa Claus for the F.hel:. Holland Mil. Julia Cold W. New YOlk Ave.: Harold E. on the zither harp. Maureen Holland. Dick Brun-

Ing of St. Monica' Circle of the by Mr*. Al Monroe pantry chairman exchange of gift and wa ai- Mr. FltMhrth OIT. Mr*. Irene II Shinny MO W. fnlversity A\., : Guest speaker for the evening clog Connie Smith Kenneth
St. Peter1. Rotary Altar Society and anyone knowing of a silted by Roger Gilmore and .'"ckmnn, all of DeLand. and Mr. Eitell Herbold. DeLeon was Dr, Mary Ilowarth' who tope Barbara Housend' Laura
held at the home of Mrs. needy family wa asked to contact Julie Croab)'. Mm Rcaiiti. MrKenrte, SitIlllum *- Springs chose as her subject the habits Morland. Linda Meaaenmtth.
1 LasceUe, with Mr. her. Each circle member DI5MLS3U.1: David Norton Mlk Alllaon,
Daniel Thou present were: Mr. and Bride To.Ihf I N H.. gueste, .eiepresent I to acquire to enjoy good health.It .
Charge Harrla a* co-hote wan asked to donate canned 1\11'1. Stewart Mul'). Mr. and : \\*>-ne Monroe. Pterson.; Mix wit pointed out during her David Day Chip Manafield. David
In keeping with the Cnrittma good or money for this worthy Mr. Morgan Welch Mr. and Mi i, Jessie Pct.kin. president Patricia Ann Rae MO W. RJih talk that Indifference U the enemy Page. Betsy Lane, Celeste
theme, Mn. Frank Haye spoke project Mr.*. William Williams, Mrs. Th. engagement of UU Audrey opened" the meeting with the Ave;: Mr. lied A. Bleftn and to a full and satisfactory life, Day, Kay MltcheO.! Cynthia
en the life of St Nicholas of On Jan. 20, then will be an Grace Pi-echt. Mr. and Mr. Meuss daughter of Mr. and poem This I* Chrtntma," Mm.K Infant daughter, IOU N. Alabama and that attitude Wynn Kathy Mansfield and David
Myra. In many foreign countrle evening of recollection at St. Paul Costlgan Mr*. Bea Wright Mrs Andrew Reuse, Orange ; S Ferguson gave the devotional Ave; Mi'\VUmer R Smith Jr. a persona govterns Hannah.
one' well "In Dr.
the feast day of St. Klcholai, Pet r'l Church between the Mr. and Mr. T C. Hunter Mr. City to David R. Ben IOn of using *a her theme 'TieGreateat and Infant daughter Berlin. and Muwarth own I. Holiday re-fmhmenta of cranberry
:Dec. 11. a day of gift! giving. hour of T and 10 p.m. Further and Mr*. DeForett Blckelhaupt Mr. and Mra. Raymond hero. Gift." based on the aeey Vision St.: Mra. Paul Jenmur quoted a time will worn punch and cookie were
Through generation he has acquired details will be announced at tb.rfJUI.r Mr. and Mr*. Fred Fuller Min. CMCO. Wls., la being announcedby : nod chapter of Luke. She reedpoem 209..N. Pnlppln Ave: biro Kathryn expretilon "Flattery" get served by the JncwtetM
the role of freehanded meeting of the Rosary'Altar Madge Horn, Mr and Mr. hr patents. a "About the Road to R, Demon, S22 K:, Minnesota you nowhere, and added another
giver ef Christmas gift to children. Society on Dec IT. Robert D>.k.... Mr and Mrs. Mica Menu U employed at Hethlohem" Ave., Mrs. Norma Jean J Par- Interpretation "Indffferepee
The Dutch shortened his Aa St Monica'. circle will hostess Harold W. Halatead. Mr. and the Oreen Bay Clothing Oreea Several ellI Iitm.* card wetssigned ton, Enterprlne. will get you nowhere
name to Santa taw the name the Dec 17 meeting of the Mrs. Roger Gilmore. Mr. and Bay, WU. She attended High by the member of theci.u It was announced that the as- '
Mia. Jim School In Oconto nils. WIS., Mr*. Jarkmaa Past Chiefs Association nual Christmas party will beheld
he U commonly known by in toe Rosary-Altar Society plus were WeatfalL Mr. and Mr* spoke Oft
United State made for a Christmas program Robert McKibben.. and Mr. and DeLind. the need at the Chlldi-en't Set Christmas Party next Monday evening" The
Warren Jackman. Mr. The propeetK bridegroom i II Home in 7-It's. gwnt speaker will be Russell ,
Mr*. Evelyn Lane a guestat and refreshments to be served. and Mr. Enterprise
the meeting- was presented' The Modernalres. a local High James Jordan Mr. and Mr. a graduate of Cisco HIII.boot Sili.ldlr..d a poem' "I'm Really Member of the Jenny B Past Leavltt whose subject will be coiom
and U employed at the G.e. "
gift by the circle for her ef- School group, will entertain the Richard Wtitervelt Mill Sarah Klne. Chief Association Pythian, SI. the "Chrlatmaa Tree. CROWn
tort in their behalf.} In tiling society with carols, after which Bate, Mr and Mr*. Otto Allen Plywood Corporation' AUoma The Jan, U meeting will be at ten will hold a dinner meetingand The Sweet Adeline will fur TRUSS
10 case of cookie The project guests and member will be asked Mr. Frank unman Division Alsoma, Wia.A the Church with Mr, Otto Christmas party at T p.m. afoh the musical program forth IUXMIOM _
of elllng assorted cookie by the to Join in the ilngtng. A Also Mr. and Mr*. Moae Herman May wedding Is being plan Mikltta a* hostess. assisted by tomorrow at Spencer' Restaurant evening. Dancing and ittfeshmenta RUPTURE COMJMTr
Mite Joanne Campbell ned. 1\11'1. Clarence' Atwood and Mr. Sanford will follow the cat MlMf mu** i'iili;:.;
well received and 28 Christmas tree will be decoratedand ..
circle wa -
Jose Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs Ed: Stone, a* co-hodemes. -! .. =: =:
clan have been sold to date. later taken to toe Peaceful Gina will lit exchanged and Cert.A ... ..e. ...ttmm .
Activities Haven Nursing Home. Refreshments R. F. Turley Mr and Mr. G. The meeting cloned with a there will be aa election of oft!- request has been made that c.4. .. .5 ...... -
Sebetzkl, Mr and Mr poem "Love and each member canned food :=' == -=
Mr Hayes circle chairman will consist of punch Clarence Service"<< and e... bring r.+ -'paVolusia +
circle and church ac- rotten, tea and assorted Christmas Turner Mr. and Mra. Berney Social Notes. the clan motto, after which re to the Christmas party The food
reported on cakes and cookie Each Bishop Mr. and Mr*. Joe W.lli. .I freshment wee saved by the Root Mr. Elizabeth Caiseli 1 will be gathered by member of Pharmacy
member volunteered her own Mr. Cordon Lathrop Miss Julie hostewei followed hy a gift exchange and special guests\ 1\11'1. Eva the Klwanl dub and will/ .be

Women's Golf ipecialty c osby, Fred Bruschtvt Mr, I and Comments William, Mrs Edna Klpp and distributed to the needy on lit N. ..... DeUa. Via.o .
and Mr. Ed Drum Mr, and : Mr*. Mnulton.toe. Chrlfttma day
On Dec 21 at 3 p m. memberswith
of Mr. Mrs Paul Cubic Mr. and Mra. ............................. . . .. _
AssociationYuletide meet at the kome Corwin Rice Mr*. Percy Smith 0.1' .WI y' MavlH' *' Cross Of Malta ..... ...... ..... ... .... .-._ I
Hayes, to go in a body to the t.t.rtaelnlt T"<*. MllvlIlM tot
Dick Mulllm
and Cynthia wukins. ...
aM' "tl Ittm are ( I"'
Peaceful Haven Nursing Home eat I. Sue NWI' ,....i.. W.n't
Party to present Caroli.a shot CTifta program will be ofChriatmai lies." :.'HIMr.4. an!! In Hunl.r sere Wess'ssUNk ..'-teal Members Hold

presented to each patient Alpha XI Delta elan 'diet, 784.\0

DeLand Country dub was the New Vear'a Iran: Gary Glut Stetson University Christmas PartyThe \

areas et the annual Chrtitmaiditaer Final plan war mad for the Instructor In Voice, was featured .. : ,
and party for member New Year'a Eve: Party apon- Yule Party Held recently a* tenor soloist la home of Mil. Lillian % --
ef the! DeLand Worsens Golf awed by the circle, to be held Handera ""Measlan." at the Lesrd'Orange fl WV
Association Sunday evtalng. A in the Pariah\ Hall oa DM. 31 Jacksonville Civic Auditorium. scene tilt of City wan the uJX1i
night the Christmas
At Holler
centeredt Home This performance, which :
large candelabra was starting at I pm. Admission was a party for member of tint Cro* ":r. /
benefit for the
the bead table and all table will be by reservation only Baptist Children'sHome Of Malta, Put President'* dub,
were gaily decorated with Those who have not mad their The home of Mr*. W C. Holler In Jacksonville., Included of the Auxiliary! of the Veteran .. .. "
caadlet. Chriitmai gneaery and reservation are asked to call was the scene of the annual soloist from the Southeastern of Foreign War Colorful decorations : : "
inewballi. Hostess for the Mrs Richard Basse, a* only a Christmas party of the Alpha XI 200 United voices States and a chores of wen used throughout the JI\\
occarien were Louise Stoudea- limited number of tickets areavaflable. Delta Alumnae UK night Mill drawn from Jacksonville home, and an unusual festive 1
min, FIn Harrison. Suite Erb Music win be furnished Dorothy Fuller wu c*.hoates*. churches In addition to tree used a* a centerpiece con-
:Pauline Inch and Mrs. :MarlonMcCrltf the Deltonea sloe maker The appearance in Jacksonville
by ; party room were attractively tamed small gift for each guest
: chairman Peggy Miller *, chip lid dtp will be Included decorated for the holiday Mr. Glue will sing in Hondo( Dicey Smith acted' at Santa
-Land, Winter Park
president expressed tkaak aa well u a midnight season with a sparkling whit Palm dam and distributed gift a*
to the committee for the out. buffet upper in the pile of free and other Christmas decor. Beach and Riviera Beach during secret pal were revealed. Sb95
standlaf Job on file decoratloai.Hior admission. atlnn. the current season Came and refreshment completed .

guest Mattt Lee Me- The next circle meeting will beheld The brief bulln.... meeting\ HAPPV BIRTHDAY TODAY the evening' entertain I
Millaa.\ wa presented with a at the home of Mr*. C. F.McGonlgl was conducted by Mr. Michael TO: Mr. W. ... Kubl. C. C Rue ment.
gold charm bracelet given! inap *. Lake Hslea Jan. 28. Brtcd.Th sera. Rarlaad Raiwem rg.. HL Card were signed' and sent to
,rdatlca ot the many thing At the close of the meeting highlight M the evening PrUollU S. Carey fleuU Ie' member and friend who arc ScATFRS l le

I .the has done for the Araectatlos..Ginty made the. refreshments were served to the wad the exchanie of gift bear Make Wesley. Mlraael and Mr. ill.It
CUanlagkam following member: Mr*. Basso. tog IdI'lIt1IytJpoeml read by Mortis Hickey. was announced that the next
pTeseatattea on behalf of tk* Mn. Thomas Moulten. Mrs. Mr. Harold Glttln. meeting will (M held at the horn ,
DWGA. Monroe Mr. William fribble, A social hour fallowed and qi ore: VOK THE DAY of Lucy S. Orange Av.. i
:Prizes won la the two ball Mrs. Joseph VI... Mrs. Mc refreshments served carried' out Cast thy bread upon the A special' gift was awarded to I
tturaty held Sunday p.m., were Gonlgl,. Mr*. M. Avllss. Ira. the Christmas them. The door water; for thou halt find It Mr. Ethel Tyler.Thow r
presented to the winner by Pat Paonny Brandt. Mr*. LetandVandiver prize went to Mr*. Harold Gif after many day. present were Mr. Mildred

Mayer.Te and Mr*. Joseph Kardaadrea. fin and Mis Olga Bowen. The Bible Pitta, 1\11'1. Illldreth M>er*. the
the high
conclude the on
evening Other* .. Mr. H.rrtl. Mr .
present were M1. Got Giving daughter;; Bertha King
Membled guests nag carol to don Dickinson Mrs. D. B. Tuten, your son or I ley, Jfl'l. Smith Mr, I-olll '
the music of Norma Right aid Mrs. Curtis a new bicycle for Christmas this ( Mr.
Lowry. Mr*. Robert' Clank Amelia Onteen. Mr,
Walt Cunningham. JWC Fine ArtsWorkshop Lillian F l sox.Well Mi*,. H.Un T Allen Miss year Dlvlaloa The advise East you Ilortda to present AAA Alma Dreggori, Mr, Marl girt list !

Raymond also a of the AAA safe s.wsswwwueegwwei.eey
Auxiliary Blackburn, MJ... Donald W
cycling rules
Held ,
Riding a bicycle
WWI >?lan Yule Party Foat.-. Mr. Robert S. Heebner, in traffic require a knowledgeof
Mr*. Donald Yajdey, Mr Tommy *
her heart.
: traffic law a* well a* sal or .
Member of. War One Proctor. Mr. *
Vorld, Lenholt' Home Benson Davie bicycling habits.
:Barrack did and Auxiliary- will 1 At Mr*. I. G. Pearce lid Mr*. J. to famillarlx Urge himself youryoungster
add their annual Christmas J. Jordan. budget. ,
I with these rules. Copies may be $595 TO $1495 1
party tt I p.m. tomorrow the A Fin Art workshop waakeid obtained at your local AAA club
American Legion Hall. recently at th* home of Bess Home i priced
Each member attending It reminded Norma Gen Lenbolt. president Scene : wen Gary Moore. Mel Ott not;:
te bring t 50 cent girt of the Junior Woma'a'i Club. la .......oIt& mid Jim Howtend. You'll love choosing from this collection of cableknltJ! ,
marked' for lady or man to be Preceding the Workshop coffee For JWC Party Attending were Norma Gene
put under the Christina tree. danish pastry war servedby and Robin Lenholt. Sonny and featuring textured and smooth weaves for casual wear.
Also an item of staple food for Harriet tingle from a table Th. Junior Herri Helya )'011'. run and
the Christmas basket to be decorated' with the Chrtitmai DeLaad Woman's dub of Warren Jackman Carol and Met I Airy, distinctive new blends. All have the
given t* a needy family. Any honored husband and : Ot Betty 11.,. Barbara>> Sui II- C
vliidig WWI member *r auxiliary Members attending displayeddecoration guests held at a recent Christma : van; Gary Moore, Joan JUewarf. look you want In separates and coordinatesin
member II i invited to at 1, they were making party at the home of Bob Dick Hop!.. Sarah and Wendell

tend. bow they had proceeded In the and Th.Ann!bom Brae fleeter, France and Marty MeLaughlln great new colors. Sizes 34 to 4i.

construction of them Recipe, decorated was appropriately. Lot and Jim Howsend
were exchanged for favorite a large Christma Jim and Sharon Ford! Jack and
NOTICEI! tree and
lighted window
Cariatma food and package W* Nation
W wH Mlvtr wrapping Idea wer liv,.. with Santa oa the door greeting
yew lift perde the visitor a* they arrived.'
tM fr Meads eat rla- Attending were Paunity Brandt Carol Ott. lUtte Jackmaa and
Marjorie douse Peggy Hantea. ,
this fIlL IdivarlH. wffl. l keOeidma Gaud Aaaa Hunt. Patsy Betty Slog served punch, egg nog King's Beauty Shop
ate/. and other party refreshments "I". 'v' ,. ....,
II pe eptdfy, enerfr Meadow Carol Ott. Oeanor: des.... tw 1.
from a table 714.
Seal l liffi Van Laadlngham. Betty Cleg covered In a red

Wt IIfItIf.. Sarah Garner. tableclotii and centered with a JMCUtl S I
whit 5
centerpiece which held
{ *f aUBtUw. emus, five red $1, WAYS
The Christmas holiday1 period taper. for accent 1 '5
FRUIT, MAIMAUMS UNNB II a dangerous time for traffic Four Santa tan vtatted dur- S 4 Onrstors eRe .
sad CMncntid accident. The East Florida big duo evening, which waa high- A.......... KaewarySHAMPOO '14 95' ; t

Ct..' Pecked to AI Prkttaaftt. AAA Dtvlaloa nmiad you that lighted with carol singing Christ A SIT SUOMHOS I ,

December has awe darlmeuheura mu game and dancing. They its'r
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ale surefire collector's Itemeven I Iced! book tubtttled'H.atoryI AJ to $10 for boob similar quality

Answers before publication\ the fabulous We Lived It," to I KM readers sold commercially

Rocky Barry: volume) of( living ""torycaUf'd I, A* detailed below., you .c:.,. The World In 19M"The win not
lie/ sold In bookstores way
'Tht World In 1964" W ordf'tttofllhttlow.' : ,i '.,
:to get it Is tq lend *3 now Jar
> almost Of It won't be' completed ",
attracting address
unprecedented I course etch copy desired to the
Blame Self For Defeat' $- t support from editor all until after the end of the
l over the country sear, but a partially printed If you so specify t
copy Impressed us and drew
u The DeLand &m New. hu rave from scores of editor gift certificate with your name
on it will be mailed in advance
been Joined' already by mar Comments Induded suck com ta the recipient. The books
ALBANY, N.Y. fAP) Gov. Ntoen. Romney, and Gov WU than 300 other Associated Press ,! monplaee u splendid" themselves are scheduled' for
Sen Barn W. Scranton of Pennsylvania "fine" 'wonderful." "lUptorb"and .
Nelson A Rockefeller says, members In offering this. king dispatch as soon u posible after
Barry: M Goldwater .should 'outstanttin the first of the year .
blame himself and not fellow Iii ttI.ld aid In Salem, Ore. BOOK SIZE

Republic" for the party's lowed Monday. night, "to be Included New Officers Measuring 9 H by 124 Inches,
in the November election. In luch distinguished' company with a handsome red and told Th. .
The charged' that la an honor In Itself. But the requirement hardback cover, "The World In
governor TRAFFIC IN AMERICA'S VENICE-It lUlU hard to believe, but boaters in Tort Lander-
Goldwater. a* the presidential of state governmentIn dale Fla. have difficulty flndinc their way: around the city winding canals. Here' end 14" will contain 300 page of ofaJ'J
candidate/ undermined' Republican Oregon are the order of the Selected BySuburbanites highly readable material as
solution devised by city officials: The canals hare been given name plate The dty
day In this office .
unity and threatened' put.lic bouts 133 miles of navigable waterway. well u reference section With
". confidence in the very future eul.aaaa.. hundreds of the' best newt photographs
f',of the party." of the year, In color 5alr SIlO
t Goldwater had accused Rockefeller tlefield' I knew we could no and la black and white, it will ,
of contributing to the JACOBY longer lustaln our nslve. provide a series of dramatic
GOP defeat I DeLand High Yule Event BRAVERY mEn 0. H Richards was elected accounts! of the jear'i big stories 105 Nerth Stem Street

I' Rockefeller replied Monday. "The outstanding bravery .e( president of the West Suburban and the ones that moat affected PbtRt 7144762Dressei
:* Bight: On Bridge the elements of the ,U. :S. Army Association at Its recent monthly American, newspaper
VIEW ON I3M.tS"Hfi employed' In the' battles of St. meeting readers. *
(Goldwater' position By OSWALD JACOBT Acclaimed Vlth and Bastogne Is highly recognized Also elected were Mr. Jack This II living history Indeed.It .
on key lacuna of the day did not Newgaeer Zatsryrlse As**, By ReviewerBy by me a former enemy Wood on. vice president: Mr. reads right now like an adventure Lingerl
reflect traditional Republican They Initiated' the final Frank Whitman .secretary; M,' story: 10.or'20 years
thinking nor a point of view acceptable defeat of,the Orjnaa 'forces on R. Rohman treasurer, and Pier from now It will be an heirloom Sportswear
to a great majority of son Young, director volume especially' if .It Is the
NOETH IIAXIS I. L. PERRICONE Miss Helen Vannl.,.mezzo-ioprano 'the Western Front. '
American people. It Is this, Lee start indicated annual' "Champagne Styling
the who as
I "The Maxwell Installed the an
morale derisive
Bun News Mimic Critic and a member of the Metropolitan factor! are
aad this alone" which la my None Decisive battles officers, presented a talk on series. by top AP writers and rat
are won
Last Thursday: this writer attended Opera group.Boyled
In his defeat editor Wsrklnj Girl Prlcsa"aH
'opiaion'resucted Florida
AKQJ1076 In the)hearts of men. Baitogne government and how it ,
band and chorale
Goldwater, in a copyright in.4ervtew a PRICE CONTRAST
4 J10l end St.Vith are fundamental affects residents, and residents'
In U.S. News A World WEST CAST Christmas concert presented by example .o!. this." responsibilities.EW The |3 price contrast with }T
Report, acid he believed lie lost the DeLand High School music '
; \\ ROAM
> J1011 4711VK10I department which proved to bea .Captured by British troops at
'the the day he won
presidency .nu most delightful\ and well the close of the war, Von Man In his talk Maxwell mention ,
DomUIaUon.tJuIy performed
ate Republican later ed that new roads were to/ becon.ttuttM .
15. 84 ISQ793 evening of Christmas I Jruffel worked ai export .
+ 41141SOUTH muilc manager for a German manufacturing from the Truck \ ,' .
He laid particular blame enRockefeller firm ,until his retirement Route' west to'Woodward Ave.; .
(D) : "
and Gov. George These young people together\: Down a few year*"-agi/>. and from Euclid Ave north to ." "
Romney of Michigan as among AAQIVAQjati with their Instructors deserve The fro-mer general who : New York,Ave.' 1

challenger' for the nomination S3AK much praise considering the time stands only 5 fetl 4, weighs, 123 During the meeting,appreciav
Vho bad painted a "caricature"'of necessary to put such a program BT HAL BOYLE pounds and hat a' gnomellke lion was voiced to County Com;
Goldwater. together' George Wolf director NEW YORK (AP) Twenty sense of. humor Is a chain mliuloner S. E. (Ed) Stone for.
That 'caricature," Goldwater' North and South vulnerable of the band, and Paul Caakey year. ago he chilled the Western smoker his efforts to Improve roads In
'said, depicted' him as trigger- south Writ North gut who directed the chorale group world with fear but now he "I built evrrylnjj en human the district. ?
happy and t* a foe of the Social 1 Pats > t FaisIV demonstrated fine coordination Is a gray little old, man who trust," he remarked, "Underme Members also were told to''
Security'.System the Put 14 Puss and musicianship, an ahlllty to like ,
t to weed hi. garden In a general got: ram, more rations "think In terms of beauttflca-
landslide election victory for 1 N.T Pats l V Fsss evoke the full capabilities of peace' than a soldier I never! bf!. lion," and to accomplish\ this
'President Johnson.Goldw.fer'alM TN.T. Pin Pan Fais their charges with a well' balance He is retired Gen '
Hasso! E. ,sieved In,aiMpg more of my soldier by planting trees, evergreens
said; however Opening! lead-4 J. choice of numbers\ Von Manteuffet, seven times than t could do. I ale arid and,flowering plants
that only President Dwight D. We In DeLtnd are Indeed wounded in battle one of 'Germany drank exactly at they did, and CLEAR LOT

Elsenhower' ,- who war not ellpM A bid In the club convention fortunate In ,having the caliber 's, most decorated soldiers, they trusted me.HEALTHY. It was (minted' out'' that many 'S
for a third term could '
of tutors as we possess In' our and leader of its celebrated' 0thPanzar'army'In LIFE: open lots "act as a'menace to''
have beaten Johnson. as developed' '.Harold S.< Van.
r COMMENTIn derbUt is the Jump to 'Junior high, and out high school: the Battle of the "I live a healthy ,life now I the beauty of our district" and
KO'ftEVS responie This reviewer can attest! to) the Bulge. smoke too much 10 I I drink that they could be bleared: at a
Michigan, Romney said he on club. to show a solid salt tact that too many communities Just two decade ago Wednesday more milk I work In my garden ,, small cost to the owners,

never was able to discuss tiiuei Specifically' the club opening, have a wry poor music department his .troops Infiltrated the and pick up my grandchildren !SIX lots on Lantern; Lane were
In depth>WIth Goldwater 'before ihows 'at lest 18 high card In their schools, in tome so front lines of' American troops 't toy, cleared af a'cost,of only $9, If,
July: 13 Throughout! the cam points,The one diamond response poor that it constitutes no music resting in the Ardennes Forest "I eta live on the pension' I was ''itated, through'the Future
it palgn, Romney maintained that' is negative and denies department at aU.APrROVAL. They came like ghosts semis get" he untie pucklshly Farmers of America directed'
*e"i differed with Goldwater on holding I A two aces; B an the mow ,In, the..foggy..,dawn' e."But .flout* well-.ail Richard by Darwin Bennett rr
.slues,' not on personality ace,'.king and a queen, C -" two NOTEDIt darting what some have called Burton and :Elizabeth Taylor I
A third governor, Mark 0. king and two queens. All other I Ice noteworthy, therefore toregister fie greatest single battle. in live" ,
KatDeld+ of 'Oregon, ''figured In responses are forces' to \ game our approval to John American history nfl wa one point, 20 'year* BUY 5 (
the dispute because Cioldwater- and a Jump,I'fsponae' In.a suit Heney at the junior high, and Von Manteuflel. now (7, discussed after the Battle of the Bulge,
had'named him II a.contenderfor / shows a solid suit of,at least six Wolf and Caskey at the highschool' .the; conflict on a recent' that Vot Minteuffel wanted' to
the GOP presidential nomination cards for the fine backgroundthey Visit here. to act as' advisor ,ont make: .
In 1368,:along with form The chances are that any are providing our children. film of 'the battle!! which is "Our trust: In the American MAYTAGFRIERSON'S
er 'Vice President Richard, M. good pacuser l\Ip.\ .hC1Uld get Jo Keep up the fine work. Honorable being made with the cooperation today I I. there en every level In'
even with the North and South mention to John Burchettefor of, the U.S. Defense .Depart /Germany on the farm, In the
cards, but the Vanderbilt convention the Invaluable asslstsnce he ment. villages In the big cities We n '
made it a cinch rendered to the ennui group HEN'S SKILL are confident: for example thatIf 1
North'a three? diamond .re./ On Jan, 5, the first professional He Is proudest of the iklll by the Italians attacked Berlin, \-
pence showed the. solid diamond concert of the season will be which his men through amour American would help Germany .

t suit Not that two diamonds presented *t Elizabeth. Hall by, flaged movement,. .achieved ; "' \ .0i .TNE.ULIVUI
would have I been a simple re.ponl. the DeLund'Civic Music Asso complete tactical surprise. "W' can't believe In a third I
since one diamond would elation This recital" will'featuie "I wanted to meal by the )power! group each ts tbat en- 230 N. IhnL Pleat M 4-1771

be negative' bid only outposts like cats" he recalled Can De Gaulle"
and this went off well. ,It was
South, bid three heart as a
the biggest German '
succes* of
waiting measure and North TelevisionPrograms} the operation, Christmas Specials!
made'a second Jump to five But your men were not to
dllO'\ nd.i. This second Jump
blame for
this They were *up4posed
This Christmas Cite Him
showed either an eight card dls to, be In a rest area and
mond suit or seven plus an outside thf'Y1I'f'I" thinly strung oul," '
king It also,defied an outside : Like other German commtn

ace since North would have SDITOA", covet den, Von Manteuffel thought/ 1 5 % OFF
I 'cue. bid, U he .had an-:ace in I,5/Ns, IM.a'I. I. Au1AIle1y Adnll Hitler' goal! Will grandiose or HAND TOOLS 4'-
addition to his solid ,ult. lb. 1515/5.1 1.1'I. subl..' and
.. bopeles: it was 18I.
South' five no.trump bid had e.u.,bl.To.,.. Suw....,N.w...... th 1..1 Mt.. .e.... I..*'thaa to wrap up the Allied] Until( Dec.. 24))
to he .a. request for kings It . I
could not be for agesSalnc., he 'Hltl,r bee to d.alPilllt the RIM CONRAD LUMBER CO.
already knew that hill partner. wtae: -yrv, thann: : 1 Dlrton* duns In the cent
held exactly:one. It could not be "' ''BO.TV Mach, ha"1- OrlandoTUttOAV d. Orlando "Th, bigjMt mlitak that Hitler _Will Michigan et North Dtlawert hens 734-4454
LIT US NL'YOU a request to show strength In "WI"1V: CA.nn.l .L Oraa.s.! made at this time; he com OF NEWS ANNUAL AVAILABLE

suit becsUM' North bad already '" "IVININAI mentgd'al'jdly. "..,. to- think>trvrr.rlrr<
.UILD A ROOF shows a solid suit. :N (31 eau!! Mrtil that the German army could do '

'Of. PLANNEDPROTECTION Hears North's' six,heart". bid' 'WI l Mtclll*.. Hunt Oorlll' what, it had done In 1940. This Christmas "l
showed two king and South la.d' Iia: iii) Or."'"t H4t4Un SIXTH YEAR: EXCLUSIVELYTHROUGHTHIS
eas tar t '"Afjer all, WIt'Pi '. In' tie ,
I no troublecounting\ U easy (AI ::: O""T' M. ,
tricks at no-trump. IN c Irs :'t.wa sixth)eajr ot>' the'' ,war, ,He,.;, did '
him the
a'Eli f(5) :0...... not have enough material' and give + f : NEWSPAPER "
I Ise: ins Ain>n.tltlI the soldier of,1W4! were not the I' NOW !
I .
tueohlAFrECO' Kynes Issues Opinion .N' (" M Situ** tame at thooe of 1919.! "
HeMs (4( C'Sr 54 : timepiece
>$ The Gf'rman.-4Id newest
':11 lit Mr Nwrik ,
4. ,.INSURANC8 ewnin'BiI1 TALLAHASSEE (AP) U (Hi lllatl.rj', ,."ple streak 60 miles\ through US ... "
Aute the county! school boards net up "Iii C.Tiat lines w 1964 has been aa historic year-one of fundamen.
at one point to' get within
I II lit Th. Min rrnm VCL.B. .
neighborhood youth corp project l' (en Tli* R.4 Hk.lten haw four miles of the Meu e'RI\er, !since 1664. tal conflicts: : and of human drama which struck home to
and received fund from 505'15e141.' tsq: Rut'.thy were held liP'fot' price-. ,
CM (Ins Th* TrrnonI you personally .
the federal government the I* Ill> Thl A a. Ih* Wnk leas day at one vital 'road center. ,
:H.umslonInsur.nee money would have to be controlled <151*) F>.itlroi.,,,,, ria.'Junctlnat St.'Ith, and neuter did ."f Keep its memory bright forever,with this! uaiqusvolumean
i bythe boards AMY. Gene .... 'II! ..,1" el ,". Bull' .break through U.S. detenne ata a .<:", tM annual unlike any other which
James advised State Idi'ri. Pwtim the Kur*.. brings to '
Kynee\ second key town Bastagne!
,*, life the history of time.
rniualuw hI. our own .
School-Supt: Thomas Bailey It'** tl By Christmas Eve, ton Man .'. 12
II '. In an opinion sent to Bailey 41, .Newe leuftel 1 said he realized the Nazi ... r'". Ifi a boot to cherish !to.refec to, and 'above'all";i'
) ,11W Nerth Fieri1. A,.. Monday Kynea said Flotldas II II l { M Amu.rt.. drive had !been "beaten. 0 f to READ. ., \
Pits 7144701Cilise Constitution require the county tail Itl T"KUM" Once the tog lifted and th*,' -! q

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DeBary Enterprise Chamber ot Commerce will said,
Its dinner meeting Wednesday

Dec U, at the Stetson I ninn) d sit ,

MM. ADAM arcianDEBiXT MBS RUN INODGKAMXNTCftrKttC Building DeLand at I p n. ry

HO MW i;.uert speaker will be John K I I'
)(O Mill
dcr of Sanford who will spent

"n the "Florida Barge canal I1 115 yr

rrplex"\ with slides to soil

Enterprise i watt.TTie lunacy Spare,RlMx--! '

F,Mitv, afternoon bowling rr:: isi

PersonalsENTERPRISE tor Dec U were. the grained
tram continues to climb In the
Icir-ie standing! by taking tour
Mrs. Jane straight horn the Fakes Bal
Ludlow wa guest of honor at a n Quo Never Better and Loin ,, rIkt1a 5.
trams took three out Of four
surprise birthday party Th \rs. trim the Bit>U, Fat. Scrapt
day evening at her home given t.' r.forkle: and Lean team
by her husband. Lee and Mr took 3' out of 4 from the Tender
and Mrs. Bucky YYhlttlngton. A t and Toughs, Cracker team
number of neighbors and split its 4 games.
large MORE: HCORIJJ 5'
friends gathered to help with' From the high scores rolled
the celebration. let cream and It sterns a* though spring was .

birthday cake were len'ees'to ,1. bustln'i out all over a* Harry I w.e..aaw i. r..,. _
Frttts shot a high single of lit, J
the guest followed by Roy Hsilsm with

Mothers, fathers, deters, bro I w EIn a 206. Walter Black had a 307 SO-YEAR PINS PRESENTED Fifty-year Masonic pins were presented by
then, aunts uncles and grandparents and Lloyd Moran had a 300. A! District Deputy Master Carlton M. Smith e f Daytona Beach left l at the recent annual
looking for extra Chlr t- Me\rr shot high 3 ot 5M Harry dinner of the DeBarv
: n Wayfarers Receiving the pins were George L. Wagner of 11
mu Itema for the children, remember I MS Fjltta; Lloyd a MO Moran; Charles a aVfl1llln Slarke: Shell Road, Denary member of Gavel Lod 1 ce: 703, Bronx N. Y, and Frank C Stcney,
there are a few extra renter of 141 DeLeon Road, Denary member of Hillside 894 Hillside L.I.
school sweat shirt Catoe a J22: : Walter Black a 903.Ulenn Lode ,
available Enterprise and should be sold Smith picked the 2T10 N. Y. Approximately 325 persons attended the dinner.

These shirt are at Echols Store split
In Enterprise and Peg: Orach's i e I IP The Mimosa Garden Circle dub' of held the Sanford Its- I hI' 1 OCUND (nOMDA) SUN NfWS IUISDAY,DICo 15, 1"41 Officers Elected
Needle Shop In DeBary, or you }
4 Christmas luncheon Doc 10 at
delivered by
can calling have 6tt 5291 them or (68.514L the Denary Restaurant Jo reek I man soprano; Beatrice Muller, McGee ot St. Petershuig; also DCBARY The DeBary Volunteer

UNIFORM NEEDED of Denary wa h/lllleu. and I contralto; Stanley dada, ban- Gary MulUni of l'ala.) They all Firemen elected officer

The Junior League Basketball I'nlly tables'Smith, were president decorated presided.The In. : bat\\ton., and Howard Cteen, attended the hawing of "What i Thursday evening at their

Team 1 Is also In need of at least ea ,.a '- "-", the holiday theme with pnlnsettla. tenor The choir proceeded with in Blare*" at the.Fire Recreation Christmas meeting, with Then-
Jour new uniforms. Would you I and ton K Smith presiding. Charles
bogy Sixteen
? member lighted candle to, "Come All Han
like to help donation with this at project Ryan's OFFICERS INSTALLED-Officers of the Auxiliary to the. DeBary Volunteer" attended.BIRTHDAY. Ye Faithful," and recessed to Harrison Bemrttter of De Schneider Installed the following
Ple..llel'Vt installed Thursday' Christmas and meeting. Leftto IirSNKR: "Holy Night standing at the officers for 15C5 Ulsworth
or with Marian Fire Department were at party Buy Court was presented witha ; Ogden
Store. Enterprise
Braddock PTO treasurer, right are Margaret Schneider membership chairman; Alice Beunert, chaplain; Valencia Mr and Mr. Otto Hartwlg of rear of the church for the hen, coat sweater and tie for his president) Fred renick."Ice ,
Stowell. and Installation officer Ann Vitt, correspondingsecretary : Road celebrated Mr. diction by the Rev Cecil N. wonderful help. around the Fir
or the local coach Don Beatrice J. Tyson, parliamentarian ; Hartwlg'i with president; Fire Chief Jack
a dinnerat and the finale ot the
The Morning Circle of the ; Francanna Howard president; Fiieda V. Froetscher: recording secretary: ; their home for 18. Deo. 13. tata. can Recreation Hal Saturday night Lambertson who will continue
WSCS met Tuesday morning at Carolyn Little refreshment chairman, and Ruth L. Hamilton publicity. Back row: The Denary Volunteer lireDepartment Refreshment were served In during Intermission of dances until a new chief U aamed;
the home of Mrs William Me. Viola Leone, sunshine chairman; Mlnn Cully, treasurer; Mabel West, vice presidentand entertainment committee the sorts! hall following the can Is by the Frank chef Ljrnd. Harrison, who Thornton K. Smith, ssmtary;
Donald In [)ellona. The ntlre ways and means chairman; Sophia Stutterheim liaison officer; Marie Dungon, sponsoied a Chrlstmn tat. Members of the WSCS...- there, received at\ most a big event ovation held Martin Blair treasurer; George
program carried a Christmas pianist; Tillie Healy, director; Beatrice Muller, music chairman. party and dance Dec 12, with slimed In getting the refreshment from till group, Coding, financial secretary!
theme the! trimming ot the Howard Middletoa and Job Vet-
ready ai the choir
sang Mrs. R. SUvrrstten
of Yonk-
Louise' ter, 3' ear director
The )
Circle ol the WSCS met at thehome for women and menwen Alma, Vernon (Virginia ){ani- era, N,Y., Is the guest of her sister New members Joining t were
t dropped In their banket
son celebrated her birthday Dee Mrs. Murry Gilbert ol Lucerne .
of Mn.'tol" C.rUon.Th2 for the annual grab bag, during ,,1:1.: at the dance held at the Drive Henry Yeackle. Charles Jackson
Cll'Or&1"I'also used a. Christina: Intermission, Mule Robert Wheelaad Jam*
:: ; was supplied Fire Recreation Hall A large Mr and Mrs George Has Hogan and Arthur Sinclair. Refreshment
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from the
byLucky' radio si* birthday cake was cut by Virginia halter of Union N.}..
'and :.111. :AJin1'atbot.; etroute ; are the were served follow.
Mr. lion In Sanford There
from their home tn. Will"bore were several ; and the TO guests sang current guests ef hit and Mrs. big the meeting by chef Karri-
N. y, to their winter hnr\uj, .* specialty and all eno>ed by the member eve ; happy TIUNM birthday IRirNMMr John Martin *f Denary Drive. son Bemritter.CORRECTION.

in Ft Pierce spent' several day sings fentlvltlM, Harrison Bernrltier James Oddy wishes to
with Mr. and Mra. Ed 1 Curl : the chef served hi* famous I thank her many friend for the

I\1nc\w\ N "hot dogs1 with all the mesMge and card ot cheer
RETt1L'l JlOU Parson : I trlmmlngi. coffee and sod*. the received while In the hoer I I" The
Mr. and MiJame* Snick were supplied by the posh She 1 I. back home la De-
returned to their home on StoolItland'aftef mitt....
\ t com Bary and doing nicely. Orchid House Restaurant
the past,
spending hf'pari I The choir of the DeRary Com Mr. and Mil Don Hum M

several Mr.week'and Mr with. Clyde Wolf, I :r munlty, Methodist Church presented Carnation Lane will celebrate ; At!h At In* Kiwi,Iwiti, Dec.11.,13..
ants Ii the cantata "Musla of their SOtti wedding anniversary I Itw Nih .14 Mere reed
la Eldorado Kan. : ( : Christmas by Ire B. Wilson, 17.Mr. "
Charlotte; Carpenter, celebrated l \. R I With Miss Barbara' Bedlent, .
organist and Mr* Allen lain of | f* It
herth: d lblrthdY.9d!'' ""yi and director, Dee 13 at a Palmira Drive BOAST
the INSTALLED Officers of the chary Volunteer Firemen' ASMcUtlon *. had as their SIRLOIN OF BEET
with .T family dinner at MENALSO : candlelight service. Soloist were guests last weekend their daughter ..___ I1.2S
home of her parents. Mr. and were installed by Charles Schneider, instillation officer, Thursday evening Mabel green, alto; Ruth ewe and 1I family Mr, and Mrs Thee dey, I te ItCHICKEN
We-Charlee Carpenter. : at the regular meeting. Left to, right front row! John Vetter board of directors: aey, alto; Gertrude MacNaugh* Roger Tllley of West Palm 1
OIL Aldo Loo*. Col. .CharlesWeaver Ellsworth Ogden, president; MirtlmBlalr, treasurer. Rear row: Howard Middleton ton soprano; Marguartte Lake Reich. and their' nephew Lewis DUMPLINGS __ 33d ,

and Col Plapp attended board directors: Fred Perrick: Jr. vice president; Thornton K. Smith, secretary -- --. --- --.-- ---.----.----.
the servicemen luncheon eta at' tbeDeLandCountry the\ George Gerling, financial secretary.Auxiliary's .

Club Thunl'1a1.'

l llama Mr. have and Mr moved*. Sylvester to Crescent wa.l New Officers Arc Installed I ] ___ .. -. !1-.1dIDl', jj fi

aty. :Ic
Fishing dub MettsDEBAn' i :

? :Dtl.u 1\\-i.o 1\e Auxiliary\ to seher. recording leeretam Mr*. music and entertalnmentt Mr. eet1 fr $11,00 k* r ymiit Ire D.vf, 6l,,: -
De&ry Fsb _
Tne | U J. HamHton, Mil.Dungon. C
the DeBary Volunteer Fir Department HI'rbforVilt, corresponding secretary publicity t
\leg dub held it* regular meetIng held Its Christmas Mrs Theodore Cully* pianist.Re4eshmente Pfiefhg; nil, flIMSlbL f v lotteries salt //Hsr1IR! :
t t December I at the Fire treasurer; Mn. Eugene: "Penlert were served following n
Recreation Hall. Norvln Roach meeting and Installation of new chaplain; Mrs. Charles Ulrich, the Installation by host. .. '
presided and led In prayer fob officers Dec. 10 at the Fire Mr. Edward Healy and\ Mrs esses, Mrs, Person Utile, chair n K nt'sPhoto" ,Shop and Stoftio
lowed by the salute to the flag. Recreation Hall President Fran- M. Phillip, director; ways and man assisted by Mr. John Vetter .
Report by the ecrelry' and Howard presided. )Mrs W. mean.* chairman Mr. M. West Mr*. Ivan Walker Mr. De i :' ,2J4 Ner*) lolosri1, OtU.e1, iii.lysee1 .
treasurer were followed by selection canna Mrs. Chine Schneider, membership Ward and, Mr*. It Plvornlk.
of the Winner of theunit Phillip give the Invocation and chairman; Mrs. John The auxiliary Wed In. donate a a ,
Mrs Carl Cane led In the salute -
sea fishing equipment and reel \to the flag. Report were Leone tunshlne; Mr*. Muller, $300) to the Volunteer Fh\ ernrn. ,, . ... .... . . . .. ... .
Could won the pole : C h' "e Kest rb. mwe asd Ih tte
heard from committee cbslr- rr ,
the rest of the gear
to ud be returned auctioned off by Clyde men. and yearly reports were I, AARP Chapter 'tour Of Homes jfrBPff
Wright acting a* auctioneer. given. Mrs. Charles Schneider ..

Several of the member told membership chairman presented Holds Yule IMcct\ Slated( In
of their recent fish catches" and six new member, and there DclinryDCBAKY
discussion How- were four guest present.
\ this\
following Beatrice J. Tyson. parUamen. DEBARS The Crdm .
showed color Denary Chapterof -' -Denary

ard film Mlddleto en MuyUand..wwertreaetewet.wrl. rule tartan a*spoke used by on,the the auxiliary general the Mltr.INo.' M, held its Cub win sponsor" the "Tour BUY a POLAROID This $11 KENT'S Courtesy Card
and meeting. of Denary Home Thursday
Christmas party
..... that go back to early days la
parliamentary procedure by Friday morning at the Fire Ree Dec. IT, from 2 to S pan Dona. Color Pack Camera

; Robert Rule el Order. MU reatlon Hal Mr. Chart Wrfch dome for the event are tl and FREE
v.tIJt l Tyson stated a dub that stood presided, and led In the proceed from thlf four1 'lo view from KENT'S and
h behind Its elected Officers was prayer, timer Crumbacher led the Christmas eVtcoratlon* will .. ,
tl'IJ. always a good club g' to the neairrtfWartoB Com- let Tk.. receive rttf s steel |lft (*,
<,:.;. .:: Beatrice Muller presented In the salute to the flag. Reports mites to help la ire project ot Ceme these yew brightest fill Irtmw yevrttlf I...f* Cetrleiy, Car,
Christmas music assisted by wets given by commit' chalc- beautifying the highway with' wU. teUcilte. el *iw f OUIWOCOIM wertfc $11| to _.,....4be er |kleleak
Marl Dungwi at the piano and men. Five sew member were cluster el native palm, Open PACK w us. .
.1,111- Sophia $tunerlptm. Evelyn presented by .. L. Kroneberger, leg their "home for the lour *
;"i rylfa' ," Dries: and Candy Little with membership chairman. are: Mr*. Preston McBean, 19
,:! selection of "0 Holy NlgM" President Urtrh Introduced Oleander Lane! Mr, and Mrs,
e and "Silent\ Night" and audience Everett: Swift of DrBary a* the Angel Dial. Tt Azalea" Drive|
partlripaUoa U other car ma instrumental ta getting the Senator sad Mr*. Everett: Dtrfc. And Try TfnWoi Take sound
oil. Denary' Chapter of the AARP ...., 211 Angeles B/MdU: Mrs
Following the entertainment" started, led he received. a* ovation William Lakcmaa, 211 Sanford" .nsik snapshots of
Mlle Tyson UntalUd the new from the membership. Aril and Mr. and Mrs,, Jame
officers for 13: f Frances<< Guest spraUr war Tom Arma*. V. rUcharda. *xi Dollar)' Ave
Howard president: Mated We**, latrodured by Clefts Rreder ItItHbmf'lta will IM served tl Tape Recorders Christmas gaiety l
vice president, : Mr*. F. Forei- program rhahrnae. Mr, Armao the horn of Mr*. William Lake I
spoke oa the COlt of drags the ma. a Sanford A".. feetwee
reason Inc the difference- to the nof3Mt. Thl gifts that Rjcord favorite
print oa some article
Situ Aim Cooper gave a PUnnlng lo visit oatoflawirelative make music
Christmas reading, rut was l*> ever the Cbrlsrm portraits holiday
Every tertpersM with card 'smglf by MMsiyM? Th. tA: Mortal AAA
d51 the member with WUBam\ Keller Divlstosi advises you to get a. In sound .from Radio lAd, TV
4 t. avoid trsfBe
Wednesday NightHarunj's at the piano. Prior to the early Mart heavy -
i. y yMM meeting Mr awl Mr*. Harry sad llnxt your a Bed aid Air sad Mr*. OyM Mike *r I sat a 61, Mantho
Reeder served Daalsha4 putsiu, drrvteg to trtag and Jngus.Aflens re. !; 4
dnughaeta resin.IULEYARI. thus rtnw tin,. wtji <. ki.r"(" Rlfht her to Kent'YOu' 1'lad tUb-fA Make slides?.:take. fflorUt. And Had ti h

r11th! and ud to put rw fimllf la ire Kent' Iii Ilnett) .el projector tdKENT'S 1

11I.1' Mflee... : enlri lnmerii ftHfhL )feted! scene. Dist t-alw fuming gtlte H e et
fllCbek ..... I I I ,
,Mlq It TiIEATtl'shed I Today fc Tb.n4.7 t 1OIf.1tatmD.1Ik1 .utk.

lift rrraMed Pteel el r&treer
v.ttHt... JW1t Mere pet Of IMete
aft .... aM .... f. A MuhlMnni

SnifhPntrP2 FMET I: : PHOTO SHOP! -if t

A' HM and 11:43"Fete AND STUOIO ,.;,l. S

; !hu:.':: ,:: :85 r 1lduylend I' ..II..The- NoeNfLi.ry else F.eCs I I I X4 North *mlmr
: IOss YMaj '
I .:11 55 C.aievTeisa ,1 5,5 4"" \
3iy1e ...,.,.., "MOW THC WEST ji

124 North ....,..rdPMa.7118I'17 t JJieh .......ter"_ 1I 1 .. .. .. !.A1!> Jt '''I'Mr1ll-:1: 1. I, :., *
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fag* BEUN9 (FLORIDA) SUN NEWS TUESDAY DEC IS, 1M4Ul. I It 11.' Flit t OdtfoBi 2a..c 1.lIIf..IIIt. u tllfflllMV'''f :


POPPY M3U f WIC* BUT *Nt CWOM Wf MUSE WOIIi TMtAJlfflt OOffl11D11t and Astor TO YOU* PLRAICRR WB arran.* for Installation .f 111 N Bltd. Mo 7J44IM10HN
WOUIPIJT CUiVmiMV; WHKT* HI* MOWINUMBE*f/ $ s MY nlElurMBKNI RINidf O"Jf" I am. to 12 mldnlrht a a* of our produrt* b* eomMttat
HIM, Nr HE'lL AdtiDJ1D1L f UMNBtnlorard. Phon ;>4.IW1 workmen, till for fro .atlmat WTCKUtt

Buslnm NoljEbori) Rymal's Restaurant Tom Mitchell Lumber Co. 114 FIB N. BLVD AL'TO. PH. iSs TM 41U ,t

w urnnu) PWCSQ II* N' *. IHlawar. PH. '...*.21
11 In a rataXkaatmoaphar*. 14
Q Ro.nratMtia. Always Ar pt.4 22 lowlmyrl-ttllnllhlr/.
4 Mlla N. of DtLand Ph.
1144:41Wktr .
t FURNITURE r*,uvholiUrr. euatom FOR TNTntMATIOV about Lm( .
t ta MM mad. aUpmvtra, al prlea to Te Lmwvn Mantmaa (..
HardVaro fit anr. builrt A 110110 out of the rBOTJWWi '
'Suppli.iHHFRnLV way. but murk l I..ia. to par Sarliin Loan AjaoSttton, ..
IH 'e "LIL" RED HEN Hunts Upholstery Shop '114 N, Florida .Ph. a* TI4IH1livestock

: aa1 tl'Y.. At .
CM Pbon 7.1/ 1134 1
and Bl'rPLirn' ARK TAtABEIT.' :: 1004 K Carolina Pb..71h18n/i :
BK<'97E with a tana- nnly JSr A CtA n/.f CTrk,,,,| & CtrBBiU. TIt ,

I BB4 r BBLOtTi <. k.w jtooT 4NR. 4iyi B. BLJO it '
anc111H.r1I1N5 *.
l 'IUNDAII Jlanana Itpllt. .....1)0Jh. FLOOR SHOW : .
n. aWDWIb \O and "IIor thin lreO .t tho 81f'
roan .
old gold combinatlo:f mib'r wrnfllna MoIr'... .11 10. Blrt, flints DAILY DOGe and Cat for. ideptlew
ring. Imn-lbad. Howard Ph. ."""" ALSO BnaMlnr: Animal a...".
----- -- "..2174. UVl'tr KFVrnji Liag,.. 1708 W. .IUD.,. M4-1I44,

reRNINOraof oR'cacnW BETTER WHOOPS. ftI, AnnouncementsNPBCIAL Holiday Steak House 121 B. Rich AT*. Pkna '''.1101 Merchandise

,.. 1VUR LscRuRgewoRF51 M kit FfrtwPrinting. 41 AftktM H* jBr
i t* Bty FvtoriSwimming .

1- y leal Out Winter
? ) .L6 V.bMe Rho.mhnDn .. 'AUTY .AtAA" Menda, Dnfti With. .
Con... rl... IIorenllll J'rIdaF Nln., Pbo.. JAL-O-SEAL .
t1 I'. Para 1'';. .BI.". 714761.f tVi* ft + M M Mr
/ c- Y HAM ON ftVI atarkxl hlfh. Ooh Poll .
KM 1tarnra
Cabin a air
./ plan for nle I p eCOnn I4T I. Amalla Ph.a. T)4-UI
*. CltT. Hwr rli.N. POOL COYKR!: aa 'low paK ONI *f kat *.sulpp.sristlau
planet I c.otrtl MAHOGANY Drum 1.01' Oral
-- WALLER CUSTOM Florida wlomn > .
LEARN Haw To Mak Wl.n and Flion 734>o:<*POOLS. raur prlatlar *rd.r-from Mrbl. Tnp Tab! .. Pal? kaho[.
Hair Pf. .. Writ: Th. HalrCrtft *u na and aoraopal carda nssiulU any End' Tahlra Corwr Whatnot
dlurtlo: P.O. Box lilt Day .tkMaand. '..11.ti. -p.a. otrealara. H Buy unit' 4.11
-j: miO,f* 20RBA., MwI tona B.arh, Fla. M Gas A ActHurfti For .. ...,.* call ...n.... RKkSHA ANTTQUF.5'rorlnerlr .
IP BETTER DEFER JUDGMENT K.w ...,..." 1..1'R.rt.r. ( Th R. .I.. tIDop) .
I iHLLL cam bate, kuntlncIV"L OA I.S441. Prompt $Of.YI- hue. 114 I. Am.lla AT.. .
CATCHES ON THEREt 1 VP HA11DWARB: co. r TN". rear. Peace .' fte
I I g i i6ET ,. iM7 Mu 1 n r AA M 0. til N. BLVD Phone 134.Mil AND CONRA1.. LIMBCR: 'COMPANY.
W. Mchiaaa A. nu.
W[ itLL rualom Nada ri. alitmhllnrti TIRES 24 Emits nt JvlcnDILICIOU CHRITMAI
--- -- $
----- awnlnva and drapta. W* AL ADAMS SHELL STATION tlffht n..dl*
tt you rmlr.AOIdiEQO. Inl B BLVP Scotch pln from Ftnnavlwaitla."
PHAVB! 7J4 ]I4*
tl! h Y CLUB, MY STAR, I6N11LLVUHPAN ItL SAM R uhf oof \ HIS CAVE? NAVEL OMANOE* Earl O. Huffman off 1tt..17_
HURRY 1HK A KINPA JUST SHOWED or., I OM,MV WITH IUUI 111 I:. (tn..h.s Ph n*<-Tl4-2." t" th* biahrf, only' B.r..for4 linK (91-A nMlnn.imiutt
Road Juit north of niMm Corporation AT* bid off trdrk mut5, AIM
IT UP, IM SOIN ON \ SUPPEN HESHEAPED FOR GLIONESS.Ht .CO$ EI.L &d. )x .. AND rhen 7>'.GU'. Any N Blvl Ph...... 1 4.KMUtED .
A HUN1I I TRIP! 1 PBCISIONfV $ CAL E I X."P' a tot N, DWd. '
:. ,07R4.4702 MARFAXLI"BRIf 40 OE. Eluclrta Rants.

PAt"IF."n."OIlT, : MGR* 'ATIOVDRIVB : Employment 4'I2il Uontha. will I 'tak.old. |1A'.kph:aw 714_S104 eoat.
Wm'T1CIn5'! : INTO
IIlEI'f1I\ TIWRL2 i;;RA .i it wi. and Drlrrr T.nap. BtiMo/ .IIUI CARINB1: IIISK. HEAT.
'ri. :1 111 N. JI yVq>; PHONm 75.-AdrA. .Ul f. Bulrard Fhon 7J4.1041 25 Htlp Wmt\ i.FiniliHORt IRK .n,." 'IITOV. I "
1.T 1.wr 1. MY
Oran Oual :.
.. ItT M' rk.i, and .P liii"wn, m'i Business Services > OHOCK. CBOK and Walt* 417 .. Florida <*.... puce*. 114- 774
.wePil JC. Churoh ban '.a full UM ..17.Ah.r'dn.A nai. Wanted for Immndlat tmnlnvnunu .
BRING TOUT'' antcnM a to FabrT
fruit .
Applr! In pnton Y. I
Auction and .
fArr Toil bur \ l' twn 10 am, atid I at th* Mka Bim Bill 'Mon
r Arfr 4 cap the nlcnt Sptctel StrvknDeLand f Rlt J Truck Ito! p. lb.m'u -, tnnunu Phon IIt-J'iI.
GIFTSALL I for later appointment M,000-1 TO Colamaa flow furnaea.

+ GIFTS WRAPPED CVEHAL ALSO IM Flvtnoith 4 dr. ..cIa..
fmwt inn Otnrlea ,
pwl open
e Woodworking Co. 1'uamm.m to trt our ...111"* Phon 714.2004 all.r 1 pmAUtHONIZlB .
FREE 14* N BOTtXBABT'. PH 714 1147 pow irlatmaa lln*. YOU Mow Browninc [Dalar
-bttl F WOOD than and urn Mi weekly (ar.", dual 8h.ll Cempl.t.'Hunt.
WORKING and. BLIIPIVQ with Aren Wrto. Mr. In .
11.15 .
o NnadmurtMs
I3 ItT .IM 5ia w IY 1 YI M'kn OREETINO WITS OIPTFREE .. Controtor, B. K Srhatbts H. Snow, P.O. Bus: 41JS, I. 1)ay.ten. .
.1.i Phnn_7l4JliioilFAINTINd Hosrh Fl.

rtOOr-INa' MEFAIBtT HH1 N. BlTd Pbon 784-I54T

C"P ntry. CaB Nl ok Hort Ph. HELP! Lost WIIOHI iw.
I NEVER \r ILL ATTHf TI4-U2> aftf I pm. "..kd.... FULL TIMK Holt Fonntaln lmpro mad Ana A rr.1WI: Tablita.'
THAT, MIND TWEE/ASK ; DELAND SUNDRIES Only .R... Viiluala Pbarmaqr lap.
WILL TACKS Til POP too N, BI'd Phen 734-I7U3A. HA"iHT' APPLY IN PrR X1V. WfT4TA- COLE MAN I.> wall. tiatr wttk
MOMI 6 FOR A PHONES: : 714-5103 CI R.4. BIRQKR CORNER AMELIA bl....... I.'. Oil rlrculitlni boat.
T XN '_?! NAILOr / Gift ShipsMCVTCARI AND R. Ill .IOnd r III.tnr.nt.d* .(U. feaatart nt"

[I ROLLER Moist h. n... 21. Apply In p>r. 101 f:. N..w Turk Ph.... 714.l 8t

< V CHNItTMA' "*uf(..tlont: Clfta HEY CULLIGAN MAN 1'Inns. Rrmal mil. Nt RMtaurant.of" DUnd.Hwr Call 17 CH"IITM"I T"III. All 5132

Book,. Cardi Opn Tnlnia Plion "I.4241 for appnlntm" 1fI0 to 82. ChM1ap a .P...... 1114
r 114 >I. Blvd rbo. 114-0'7' 7J4-I7H4KOAN --- 11:. 1'1.. York ... _


1 OUT TO AM- ln. piarkln eparatnr with toe.
10* OS II. FOtTfRES and 'FQ jrPWE'N'T' OF
torr zp .Applr I In".,. .... .
NWTtrB! IH HEREftT: GIVEN: only. Alii of Danford 2i1'311 Or. THE PINK DOOR
that M.M bid mill he SAW'' FILING Undo Drl... fanford Y'.. '
br tk* Bnanl of Countr Coinmla.ionorn FINAL TXapniltfnn. *nd of' r>'cjm.h.r .
J *f.Vnlutla County, Florida' D&L CO. APPLICATIONS* ,.aow 'b'tnc I tak nDtrMUkry LEAVE TOUR Bl6 J.OW.
at IAM; flork' m. on uc.mbr 'mar 0.1tr....: +011., 4..' net Gr *tlnr peed ronntn anti
17. 1<<4, for the followlcc 14!T_B.:K.w Tork AT.. 714.4411OLIbKR Oond "...a 'and "".' ra,'ka; n ripplnf'tountrra,. "...""?
I ; AnplT In pwraon only. MORRH mat* '' and laaaBhrltlnf
;; -z: '
n nLOT'S ; M4rrn Y II M_ ra if Y'U ; (Inn m law 'I 1i"1.. 11I.41. J)1'LANO: RICKS |l RESTAlRANT, 117 Js BLVD. :Ul'to"t't ..: 'Car.
ehana.oo a rar triicka (Ob MUNICIPAL AIR AIRPORT IIFRVtr: t"a. and pa.1a.. rad.r'oAunKr
ml.t Tl tamlno'' or Ford ELECTRIC: It Mtl'*) W..,...,...,. ; 4 ton' .Air I ronSI.t1nnr . or 4auaU foe CounIT (HAVEN CLINIC. Pa... : GmM furn.r* and ttrmoa
YLRr60NNA'MEGT A NE'8'OONNASWELPVA DON'T' EOTHER CotflmGalpd'bhatrlet, ye.,1 torr matbod u...., all work suaanl..A. .. tat: .t..l httvinr' : flattie' dl./ .
CCtiN6, with :|\b.: fnllowlhi\ .+minimum. Now R...." Mt B| MOTEL Cimtoillaa. Part tlm.. f7J4 lay bnn Mid rmckf: l7ulpspM
TALa HANJD90MB GUV, OFF MC IIOML PO ( ., ; ..e.rlRA .thIn.: N. NOCLLTA0. d.y. I *."". to tI.Toes' Phnns .n.n ruttra, 0ev., Mfoi:
NAVI OAY. PITUN YER FELT AN?. ,." 7 .; 1---u __ and RAW mftbttav mial DIDOUH6ML.I 1. meti0.'w.02 V0r.' RIMxmi. and ;
; ol.0tV0i4In Gift vrapvlrc ma
1 OUR cORTUN! P.PETUNIAII dor wlrto not ;'!'.. than'' 170 'I Dnlp..c..tIcI: WANTEDi fn.) maa.kto,jory* all\ t"rtal) amall prtntln* marhlnat
TOLD.PORKYI ruhln .rhM) 'dlnplAvmrot. Ru.lnra. Aoomla' en Rt. 17. Anilqii, 0t4IT ralllnde.11.Clrls:
I 01..1<>11I11. a aromr hnvs."" .n From UrTdnftnrtb' to and ,Inrlurflnr cnndurt aid .Xinctlfm ..*... formiliMd
of AM '1 IM* than l?o., .CRUTCHES-WALKERS Palatk and E:. Palatka *: amall undo. .r>unij
'WAMI and an budn. .a... In Volu.ia Uprlmrlw and b..* .P...
I. Tranimljakin. ; 'Automata WHEEL CHAIRS north ef T La.nd! and meat of.Rt board: I HI.M. amikra:; I An.

F I. TirM. .'. *. WriMiii rive In FOR RENT OR SALEearden's .17.woo tn* at Cnncv Imt lln BwdiHra.'. M..t, rorn-'Mr. t HQI!.,4 FlntDlkct Brlrk: M.rhl.an4, manttl: tl.hi, frenti andmany

el 111 .r 14 lnib 1rb.lp .ntilpp*,l .r of W. Hlrh and Blvd at .'hert.....*) to. numareu
1 WITH' 71* II or 759 x. 14 4- ue '..M.Z7 to mrnUoa. Sit TJqildatnr
l sly. tiro. $ Drug Shop Pink Door, 111 W, Rich All.
fhVn. Co. a Nw York and Alabama Aft Help W.'N-MII. sr hmul.WANTEDt Lav pour bid H a****. bid nl
t \ 4.: Ifnltlon ...1.'" r II volt, ft*.. 714.till of Month t.k or r:r1.
minimum 44 ax. (Htrnatorwith Oli.H NOT INCtrSt BTOCK.t .
,. ....., CIII' 10 amp On* Xraro man or worn .
bati.7I. 1hMtlf".Fry1r 1$115CRARLIS an to 1r400 total f-rtm pop ul.. I a.d TVat. Fro* Fr..
\ ,' lien U "Land''I' R.MSurecnr ____._.__is*
'' i'Md15. 'eat.'eat. AlIlft .
Vlnr.llnn.ona Oil flll.rl tullr,, Rni.h lompany Runt
4. _orr turn alfnala mlrrvraI :! P.. lI.hlLL hats car and l C..d Hntpolet Ref.
pY 4.r .4MM /f'A{ Inuld ...4t .".I.'d'.n' MURPHY PAINT DIALr.1t! .1.2. |2' an tol.p"oo.hour M.WIll., ) Mrwtp >T-. l..*,itlful. ? _? ______ 171
drl.! ..,'a aM.. Foam rubb r Ill W PO.ea 'It.un al Cwljinil Mundrln, ... 1I11d Apt a a* FrlBldalr*
1 I nand .l.rt"l wind *. of w, tI.pb and Bird" ,n- Opt I T..'* Old .?_. ..;...:171
- .' ahtfld; wlpora tindrcoal otk DeLand Paint & Glass 410 ,.... at t ta.d 40" 11M Rranc ......541.

I r thuf.otorr. 11* AT... Ph. WANTi-DI .
a 714 till fv
864UnR UY aca Hie NAMS. > 1ft.IIant to rn S&H
NOllnl .'r : Appliances Inc
.. Color ,Mbit 4n 91\41 and up peat year' 1 can .
t I \ <'V N;; t DURALITE PAINTS. fror two n.* bear round, non. 441 y NT A.., Ph. 134.5430
AJF roxu:; i'l No, trad.'.. mimnal work ataMtnp .ow. Runt Opp 'W.'tOl. IIh..lll11ar! C.nC.r,
PAINTING and rAPKK MANDIN: tan car and Ul'phon.. M.*t Mr
'Fnrthor; Information ma* b. oh.alnd FRF BHTIMATFH: GIVEN: 5.00. at rtLand Unndrlra corn HEAVY CARDBOARD
as+ly ) I Kjr rallln at the nffir mat AI.Al.. ..,.*... 714 4111. 714.4711It >r ofwt Rich and. DI.",. at .
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1.,11.3Da.dr LEAVE Your Cbfdr.n at 1.IG'01I1: NO HUNTING For Rpnt, Apart.
DMJAMES1. 13T 1. Ohio. Pines 114.4Ap1 RIABONAKtl HATER ''{Ion, For talt. Tmpaaainc
PtXAVChairman, ." O. W. DA r 14 .714-4144$. PPaal. txUnJ tun Nlwl Offlca.:

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Llrkt Amar traitor'
IQA71i \.luia Ceonty; FI..rtftan_ til & I7. 714.7111 or'rlli"; SI I7uiI/44 OpftrtnlllesM cnlr $148. Can b*':.oa at Aarold'.
Q 1.14AMBONE'S Auto Rtpalr \or Torn,
1 21 lilOf CMtnctwi OIL COMPANY 14.5 melee Moa,, ih"I.f,Boos. .Cad
tw* bay 1'I for HM. HI2h. ral. TI4I.1U77 ..
MEDITATIONS lonat. .rood .kK..r1.i.. I'll.... MOVING MIST BILL .

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Personal Loans $50 To $600.00 IUILDERDiUni CERTIFICATEt4' Costs only Mep HEAT@

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FLORIDA MOTOROLA II Ap111T111r111 SOME ARE BIG, '; /! E4ptp./Rt $16SOO'HOMI 'I I

42 ".. lqtilpmMHMplUiIPCEDY
-ir CLOSE IN I I and 4 Room fura. SOME ARE SMALL WISE
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Expart Film l'r alnc. tit B. Howrjr Pbon. Uri A..r1tM.t Of Nam Inn4 Hi tik"U ApplUncn ILDIIS
l and Whl'. and Color .I4ILVAIFNCIA
iI-k Radl tat TT Balm 714 $
141 N. Blvd. We Service All Makes: 62 II.Wln h.hlkkFkEFRR.-............... PHONI 7I4-5IS4

43 Altt1gP51ANTIQUES BLACK. & WHITE TV JUST FOR YOU. ........ ........... ... U OMT, r.V. IISM'.1. W. n*.

I 'BIDNOOM bath VILLAS"ra Urn OUT THEY 10..I : ELECTRIC WHUHQAHD : M r.t4 Hru ia bai 131 ..

11.lnc coom la baok. : WELDING '51 '... H PC all bal Stl m*
.121 E. RICH
e COLOR TV yard IIM par month, SHOWER DOORS. O15d v..4 R.hll.rltsra.RsdlaPL5CTD ;: MA.HINt WOPP .M VW rv UN ... IM M*.

Buy Corn.lla Mo.l.y gall CLTDB N. Blvd.& SKSVliTT11IH Ph. 7I4-4M TO tXLttOXYNIKt t H. M. LI G GET T : AIMNTB0 tTIBk M {.. Wf. I6SI bak $M mo.M .
PMtfID OLA .. mtar, errant, TUB FURNITURE IM. OUENTHER'Stna F.r4 H PU UN bU Ill .
butt. diih.a. BluaMelann GOTTAAI TO LIT Would Ilk. : Itt tor* < .
compot.p r iiw i Br
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platan' OIl"'" anA tu- an .l<1rlr couple or FamlDr. IllVk MN & WOOD wow
raw, Royal Wenc it r plane., Rich A.. PtlLancL of selection Ill W. bow Vrft Ass, Mim : MMe M 4-ttM <. '(t r.'lca. W,.. 1111 ... lit me,
nicest mw.B ChIt n. a. 4411/
china Harm clock, Equadorlanwatar .>e.**.aaaaa.aaaaa..a '
color ... Nuttlnn: e RADIOS DUPLEX tarn 1 BR fu,, V." .51 Mr.. W,, till **U 111 m..

001 and .. Odda nloa. EI.. KIL 14'...r turn. l. of Mirrors ideal M Ply. Wf. UN ... IU n>4.
,7 cbin.lsod flau. 111 Carr ItGlanwood .. Mo. ALTO brat. Laka._I BH.Trallar n.d. U II KIRwIExcellent '' IIIMIII' ; 11 Fr4 11'.. |7U '.1. IU MM.M .
Shown by appoint D&HTVTV on Prlv lot. Rig U " Phona 7,4-iill Patio IU Ma. I'll U.bok Park for that PIN Wi' MM 5.!. IU mo.It .
w.y Plod "4 1711. appreciated 111,KM I PR. 'III' Men Location' K.M.I| |UI baL 131 m4V.H .
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43A. OH ClBt t Slampi e RENTALS Modern DownstairsrimNIIHID Christmas Gift. huUt'> I riiw., lot 1M a t DlnrkRkeu"e. 1H.r11wend'ofklsruEnds mttkUNOLB of:11015E/ Cwrtlr |7N ... |S7 m*.

111. (, .. .\ le Mltk Schwl GAIL IN. 'M lllllmaa t4N ... |U m..
WB BUT WH SELL AND <2I NORTH AMELIA ..'t".nt til .. l'all 711.1.10.This room, utility and aarpori TOM has built .504151 'M VWf.. 7M
kadroaia. Cloaa la town.t hoar atbool* and) a.n- | baU In m*.''
|I WI COINS.TRADE HUFFORD IT AMPS COIN FOR* STAMP OLD PHONE 734-6066 1'I/. Milt.UNFUHNIIHBO. Don't Delay- Week's Bargains! t. _.. 111.105 whin"".Ooala.. L.H.blorh* FloridaRm. BIUI .St Cb.Tthlr1351 .. Ill m*.

I HOP in* N VOL081A l1itV' Cottaia. 1 B.I1. V. W. GOULD AGENCYII. .. a Warld Pair" 1IIoe... 'IT IM Reel Ipf. flN sal |21 m*.
In .. Mniral air ..lltl.ain' 4 I .a, '
room rarporta, kllc aqulo- MUIT ILL al etna vt alnaa, 4 a M Bhlck E.UI |M1 bal.
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DeLand'sHome Pant and h.... Eats turolabad .. .. ,u... 0. a ..n lb. nl laVUtiilKU
Call Today! .at.. cloaa In anil rtaaa t* by Ualtlfla XJMla I. 54 .
til B. Mlnnaaota. I BH furnl.kad 15114mbWal.t HAVI1K rUUII. (11ryart.. |4 l in "..
Entertainment .horplnf. 201 N Woodland Blvd. .. '
Elm AppIMPcn hvln". Varl.ty baar. N..a R *tjnlHOMES It Imprlal' |JM bat Ill m*.
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1 BN., Infumlahad, Howe Ju l out' '
Ins fruit 1.115. Immadlat pro. TI4-IIT
Headquarters aid. city limit.. 171 month PbTI4 ....." for Juat llwi coil.SWIM. 541111.1 Rosa. IMl ..1. 117 at*.
TOIl e* ha BtrRR If III 41411 or 714..I4IAVAItABLt w. K auld pi.MMBda M rb.vr.ln. tIN b.l. $u m..

WEBTINOHOrSHFRIERSON'S TIIANCR1roa DEALER lan. 1. I Ba, t bath DELAND NOTICE RITIRIOi' 0ut.londingIn14H.0 lauarw*.l511NEARING ..U1 S :ii. :,YI'd" .'I' IIlIftk .17. ..1. 1m.
and airroiinillnia .
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IW.Ifat.. *hop> 1* lllnaM In family mu.l .U 'tMPr.JCT1tIMI PRESCOTT tin..
"V THE BOULEVARD"eWNEA fur.'.".' I UK. .
.. AAAGNAVOXRCA Cautrr tlion. 714 4.>. ramfort.hly I 1A? IH bath Bpaat*!!* t alor*
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0 road7' 115/5 .." Aar. BaUt
| lit N. BlTd. Pho. H4.17T1hi I BH. turn Hou.. N.wly ._. PAINT & GLASS CHICK THiriS'Nll"rTHA III. Cloaa I ta "Iowa,and aoboola B.Minn '''
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and III Mo, II JD. I BH. Math. ".' mil.*, In 1 0 12 ivigoe
ATT AO Bomb Bt rpt... 714.T4IOIIAKY ., In-a.m H urns. IMAI.U IOVVM 'J .J""J'ttiil BUILDER 17 *crM|. nB -CTOTHU ,; I OPEN
"UlUkI aad DREW VICTOR T..PAHT1V, OwBtriu In far
Attractlv actors 1 CHR1STMARIRPSH .*.*.. rtrl4* $334313
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i I W hadrm fully Iandw.apa4. m balk.","Lak.".. Mnnraa.baautl w. a.. AT*, rn. 1344551 THIS IAN OUTITANDIN9 For Inspection 05I.L REAL ESTATE H..r.*.. IM.M .
T SYLVANIA TWO modarn attraotlvaly turnlakad h..n w.ltlnc for I N. I Family Ma*** Oak Clifton Timber & Realty
f. t Mrm born.. Good location. with larc* LR, DR.R.tilli.. Plnnr*. Ill kpan ah Lana, BKAIT01W FOHEITKKB
IHCTT ROME IBWIWO MACHTKMaP4 and ID ft. Family or hnUy Pram I BH. .. .1110
pIIUk 11, II, rinrlita ph. TI4
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QJJ'1'a MALL APPUANCBB 11JC1( anA\V'cTl Pmp. 15.. Brka ASPHALT PAVW and work.hnp. Partially fur*. >.p. ] BkUM PIP Id*
FABRIC. HOTK>1 1 TT '.". 441 4 I.I. nerd. W.ll on I arra. O.r... IArn ... 141 PraU Pi. 1000 AC nit in Valual County for
LAM ELLEN ... IX.Mil STEREO 'tld't POP RENT 1 HCPKCIOM ..5. IrDdn.O, In' Sinks Good ft Mau land PRICED BIO*. LOW down I..'...' ar t... yaurInt 'III
nc.ITJREO AM."" and RADIOS HOUM f\irnl.h.d. (..,.. Lot HDNABLT with '11,Ml Cub and or H.". In .,... Una AI UARNTCR RBALTI CASH
BOULEVARDAPPLIANCES N.. Tork Au. Pbona TI4.'131. OH VII. 1 ka a innthar with Ita Phona I ACID ." *Ui. MWT high

IX 4UBITrft ..on WMtilila you will Imo HARD rON KELATIVM TO FIND M dry .M. I"l-ana. Ea.".", ATE
WJI .Inn' FU"III. Mca I BR. Hnuaa. 171 "' ''ata pnaa Mlnn OOOOTKHil BANK
month. lOt Nut Wlacenil AT*. lea tad $4W Ar If dmrd, 17,THIIF b_. ..11.3$43$4. MU 4.054
Baby Beds & RollAWayiBy AdullaBN I YOU WANT a lak.tront SIPS AMI YOU 11510.1 folk drapplnlIn ( I ytar* :* Of Oold Orpal far*!***
without any advanra nctlo.1 UNITED I l K. K.w Tori pt 114-4411
... with boat. klck.r sad fl.ntrp :11
or MOUMATHER < PUMN. HOUII 17* pepi.thjth dork, I hav* jual aaa aft. It X.DL' ""1. koaia I* .., Shims a* aaulal
Also I BR. for |r>a* *r 4e MI.N .. and aipa ta4 r*> PtnfliU CHEVROLET "vr III
ED to $11,50HIM Rhdtva.415A
: .,'. TI4.1711 ar tMTIMNICI Imnwdiat tall.*. In phona for in.tryauanp ||a N*
114-t.4 n.II.n.01'11I" po > ho" ta taxi 1'11_ TM.OIlS Ph.nrhJ:4.OK ; !
eLm.Ild..4Phau. Ee 4.IMl Opan Friday nltkt til I .,. .1tw ka IdIivlnf _
III I. I BH. Homa. Elaotrla .t.1' you tin. tn .t'al h'.. up _
hntar Automatlo fiirnac. Only 2 BR. home located on an ,Mrs. Alva C Williams 140* tPlu M ACMkl with I aara* la Mn4
So-Del I'uraiture. |W poi month Clraforr LumbarC trove N ar (owrl*.-IUIML USED CARS
41 entire block that consistsof ftittKff.pipUauWiai i .. ,. ...
MM"fe Bindbig MiftrtatoAU ->h na 111.511IINFURNIH0 / .It" .0. 114.1151nflle. I'll" "BATf rOLLARB AT KOLL RIP
"I Zell Cv.rythlnf ...
and R.. .1. W. Hnwrt -d ,* a ( .? IntUKlt .
-2 TERMS ARRANGEDOp. I b14room bum. 22 lots. Paved on aU f 11.1114. BILL HOLLER MOTOR
.* Evulys 'r A P l.'"M"' PIPE an* riTTINOt. PlM 171 ineiuaaa .1_". nnco_nuulpmanl Ut 111.".. Uan War Witt *r.T, ill till 11II
1411 4. BITd., Pheaa TI44M1FROM 'uttInt and Th radlnt, Ckua ,;to."li'I 14* WMlnnamta. four sides. Good location. /// rl."A". Ina., S.1/ SALES
idaU. Clifton Timber & Realty
Walker lilt lll-OMt. *rH44H4 5MOICI, MOM II"" IS 00""' LOT,141t1.51 ". B. Bt .
wall t. ,.11. 110 Toll at all.e Only 13500. Terms. ISIdy M II Pkan .M.IIf'H'
.an.4 with" Bits ".p''.' A. 14.011 wiihl Prta
el* carprta. R.nt .lactrla *hn 49 F.rar I.I. LOVELY t BBHan... full tlMbath LANE HBALTTM LOUISE CLARKE DAVID A. ROBERTS r ,IM. Pkaoa ,tNn.-Ita. CMIVBOLBT "YrI Soup
Cart 'urDiLur.Co. dalux. 11' N Rnul.var4 Emits r N "'. If m-4lrt kardt'a> 11.1."... Nl. fnnl wkita.
03 Rob-es. "..tI.I ar.a GOOD"rtSArCIoI1) Pban day TI4-I4I4, Nile 334.5104 Cealrlrter I / PuyIMInc k.. Int.r5r N. 1..._,.
POWER MOWER BALE ORKUORT LBH. In. Ph 114.4HI 140 DOWN DEBASE ",.. mIUfYou'll aff N Adalla an Oofda t. tall 1114. J" AIPTO
A SERVICE COftNIK LOT rum I 34 a ,.. hot mt.
Used Furniture Bargains CTTRHtfAN BCOOTERH POP PINT BY MONTH HaiiawTatoraa rro Hour..I 1"rat ( &.. Lake In Back Yard I Ph51s n...d.,w. Alhn1 Thatre
PIONEER CHAIN PAWS lot*, aaraafa IM .. ... NIX? POOR ...". will salty Love It! fl BM4MM
.tMubt. Praaaar *,4 4 TALTON'S for aala, no down ,,m..L Tour AyJOSEPH4S.IPECK. I I I' PaM rauikl tfnrn tk,a IMN ",." aomiilaialr fara. PrsWtpPItPNI111ED 'II VOLASWAIIN. -
Chit drawarjw: \ hole you wa your horoa. hka. 5.s .1"oL....>4 Prly. ,. alaalrl* .. 1551 .41. .4 lasts, 11101
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Doubt rnii7wao4 l Styli JJ 1101 H. 81.. rlo,. T14.Mil DM. 14. Hi. tt44.llI CIUOBR and CONTRACTOR tMHary, <* .. I Hit* til.bain In Iflen.dn411a.ulst.l 04w1ndo" air .AIM Alit .I'lt' iini* t 1tANU tODUII
bttlll-1 la t*v. 4 UNIT" VMT ... ,la Kicaljanlrapalr. JI N. iii.4.
Pla.tlo Hwilboiird _i J JJ I ... I bath "clurIO.4 "". I"n. PHONB 114 Mil < .n. rr 4 kwatlna pbas. 3344.4'M
lie' Rollaway>' H .. r pats :1\. aaran fa.> 1- "* ,...1 InrMMt lilt 71 r
41- Hollywood ityla Bail ?IwiessLg11u1TPNwrltsrl HOtlO" C.M' 101 Uoe 351mon'AIM OPEN DAILI 743tW An)V'I 110 b. riwlaid vvsarjxns mum phi, llf|R, .iuurl.. PONTIAtt ralalln* I* an<>41ra
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Danl.h M 'Chair 5a t and Addln'. Jlacblhtil ern with iramandmi.Pla. BRAUN REALTY Se,. .... pm *5515 .$110NItT. 1 JnViTI'I Jurl>ha4 ARIL "... .bauw Phon.If.
hraitur Illyrarly 50:
Mtnn DAYILCRAIT roam E> a III! B. T 5440.l ONMTs City .l 'In, 6aly II KM Oawi
.nt"H.clTnlMMCb+.-lr "--.+'I.-. N. Bl.d. P on. 714.I4kl month on bun. 46/11/. OTTO PRAON. BoLt., 1'4:' '.lI'" ....... J-baa Par .rWbl 1 T t'lI". ..*.lyiCK 0". UHakr.... V. VMT ...
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Mid 1'11.. 114.111ORANGE /// rirAnt. 1111. HMl Mat. Ill
"Uk N.. Thl.Chair DELAND REALTY INC. AaiamaU aalBaiwl
IIFI..ul. 1. J\oaI E.L Ili *r 11.115
for III*.10 N.w Il.J Co. MOLMES fOa1R41.I "nu", t>atnatar .4
OtcMlonU Chair I. CITYLOT $250 DOWN ,
'PM\datl ern. 45.1 WS3rTtSXLUCATIOM:!: ,1fI"C
lot of I T bH..T(Blonds bl.. ILnd.A Eta UII M BniBHi Mtfili tf I4 Round: CoffM ... *'.Hllnhofanr 11' W' tdlana Av.. Ph. 711-all Block. | k.draom. ria. raom car. ALMA N.. Sad bltaka*. kul It-la .Ipt. and PS0/,5(1 .
Its value' N.tltn.l Rook"SOORILEEPER pone uti".. room. NIB .1.11.. OMOOM ,' 5lpIn Wj'1 Cu Dsp r11n/
D .kO UtO141W o.n, laraa ht 17k laailai* wya! {
TtUphoM__._ 11 .UPPLIII DOWN TOWN OFFICETWO or\I. prle II.H*. Ikt.t.r. ." Y0Ir1,15I1'1A A.a. IxUa ,prlaf. _|IHI 1 T/1. ILA. li0.ie1. in PI.lS 114.1111IN. N bmwrttr .. A.dl". MadalM 1111351 h. ...,.
ROOM rrprtaa ."... 1 0AOM OM. 1.mA51r515 OPIt *
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ate Result OVER CARTERGialdello

M Pear T ODOS.,. i. 'N WINI(NO j
Wichita Bows 8? 85 Ir "t I Uinkfor'
2 room 1..N.. 1,1. Jisk'i ; Crown
Mntiurinl *. Smith Keeps
01,. T"te"II"A
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L1 th". 50t
f .1 By Th. AmoltttS, .._ I 77, and tlie Wildcats smashed MIamI of Ohio whipped Mar Tan. N.. 1. hlgli.. | .
. Th m'i, Dig thru.
, Whoops! That auybounclngI : Syracuse 11077 to gala the No. shall 11490, setting a school DISAftV PHTLADELPfflA (AP) It takes a helluva punch. Look at

basketball has given Wichita an 8 spot scoring record and Drake ."li..dl ...." 4, ".. like the old matador the great fighters he's fought
I up-anddown feeling fatter than Four teams which received shackled Idaho State 56.t1.I I 5.w it et| r' r the dangerous
'lltu : young
and him
R.e02 A TV Cl none put down for
, you can cay Cazzli Russell votes, .in the weekly pen but Til. To. '1.... with, nr.l-crest w."-., Aut 1 ;:|
, Russell and the rebounding failed. to crack the Top Ten ..1.. ." WNa'a.f nd e.un.' O...ry P>."H.ey f. bullMiddleweight champion Joey the count""He
.._._. ", .
I floored -- itifll high ungK" l |
Michigan Wolverines scored Impressive home.couVf I' hl a f : and Yo t high thrct, came perilously etose fought my fight and
No. ranked Wichita 87.85 Monday Jon Me- .: = ''o"iii'----: : : : ,a riran, high tam, didn't I I:
victories Monday night 4.. N ananta tit ,...-_ '11 hips thr*., 1411Mithidi being gored but he called onvery press as expected himto
u\: night, less 'than 2bnuta ClocUn's :24 points carried Indi 1. JLlL4: ___- __ ....-__ 1'" trick he learned in 1( press;. said Giardello. "H.dldn't .
;1 after the WheaUhockers had ana1 put DePaul '9171; Wayne ,.It.kJnhn'a- 'Y.-- .... I11 I Maid .IIIIIA'b 'earI of pro battling to beat inside and
: : made It
i fight
: :
i evicted the Big Ten dub from Estes pumped 40 points as Utah 5.: Kn>tu. k: ::, :::::.I ofa.4 Data "' : ; : Rubin (Hurricane) Cart

'.' the top spot among major college State riddled Nevada 10180; It.Vtnddrhlll St Louli __ ...____ .1 ....... .. Oi Cintnl' ... In his tint title defense Mon. easy for me. That had a lot to
powers. Charier, W.edard do with it."

f Wichita's first loss and North list at.Du.., C.Myh I., 55155"berm oNes.' A night rowing finish In the last This was Glardello's first title

Carolina's 8478 decision over CRAIG IN DEALPurkey Raenatlu, bi55: eerie, :;: rounds of the 15-rounder defense since he won the crown

ninth.ranked VanderbUt prom. I SPLIT HAPPY the crafty, year-old from Nigeria's Dick Tiger on an
Wwlwwth't S. D Lln
lied another in the .h.rwln' Wllllimi' t. the unanimous declIon upset decision at Atlantic City;
national ratings. The Top. Ones Skat 'I| D.Lend N J Dec. 7. 1963.Slump .
over the muscular ?
I" Hobby Shot I, Alltn(. '"
et. I Ten list underwent wholesale ,4 t I Nits Hlllmin.: high *econd.ranking contender
ni changes last week as reflected Jy S. Divli. high hrM.
Paterson NJ. at Conven
Woolw.rth'i.I .
7tt '
.; in The Associated Press poll released r S'It S17i high thr...hlJw. Hall. Tags

p' today and based on re Giardello was cut over the left

suits through lut Saturday. .1 I (AP) :Roger i player will be named later and shaken by a jolting left

Wichita. with four straight Craig, the loslngett pitcher in Purkey 35, has been with the- f Ioufax In the fourth round. Carter Gordie HoweDETROIT
victories at that point, drew 23. the National League in 19623. Reds since 1958, and recorded l his big chance In that round

of 33 ballots and out and power.hitting Charley his best season In 1962 winning he blew It. Glard-'lo! ab.1orbed

pointed once.beaten Michigan James have been acquired by i 23 and losing five. That, year 1 several other solid left (AP. ) Gordie
309.2T9. The Wolverines! surprised ,, he Cincinnati Reds In 1 trade Purkey beat every club in the to the law from hU ever Howe, the slope shouldered all-

by Nebraska 74-73 Saturday with the St Louis Cardinals. league at least once and compiled With toe but PJM' time National Hockey League
scorer, Is In a slump, and
night received five first- The Cardinals got knuckleball an earned run average of managed to slip away the
place .ballots, artist Bob Purkey and an un- 281. e ? the brink of d'
The Wolves may ask for a re dentlfted minor league player Craig won his "losing" title I were" no knockdowns about It.
___ The but time the 36 oldtightwinger
k count .after'RUlleU'1 brilliant In the swap announced Mondayby with the New York Meta win _ll1 Koufax of the Los An JUST ONCE put the year

second half performance Reds owner William O. De- sting only 10 games and losing :24 ers posted the lowest ) "If I only' could have. made through the net was" Nov.puck 14.
which included the last'second _
Witt. !In 1962. In 1963 be won five and "
League average In 31: fan said Carter. "Just
That was" against the
winning basket against Wich DeWitt said the minor lout 22.The Montreal
winning the circuit's If I could have made him Canadlens goalie Charlie
ita. Carafe dazzled the Shockers Mets,. traded Craig to St
championship for the ( That wu the difference. I
Hodge It made Howe the all.
after intermission, scoring 23 of Louis and h. was T.' for the ,h ...
secutive! season in it clear at least ? to 8 -
time NHL scorer with 627
six In regular
h1IatnI.blab 21 point Cardinals last season with an a fall would nave clinched! .
Koufax compiled Reason and
final minutes. SpurrierTop a playoff goals,
the 1H ERA of 325. Craig started his
the official NL eclipsing Maurice (The Rocket
The score was knotted at 83Iftth career in '1953: with\ the old It."I )
dtaclosed today. He had him on the hook but)let Richard's record.
tie In the seesaw struggleat Brooklyn) Dodgers and, .has a":
Detroit with four secondsto World Series record of 2-2 for SEAHAWK PIVOTMAN When the Wilmington 43 earned runs In. get off. Here cagey and Since then Howe has played

play when Wichita lost the SECSOpll01110re the Dodgers. College Seahawks of Wilmington N. C., take the floor Koufax also pitched t 659 minutes and 40 seconds

ball on a bad pa... Russell'srunning James batted .223 for the Cardinals tomorrow night at 8:30: against the Stetson University shutouts, seven, and Kramer without' a goal. "
highest winning Tops "It s starting to get me, said
one bander dropped! last season. He hit five Hatters it Is expected that Al thiry, 6-5Vii center will be
on a record of 19 Howe after the Wings lost 5.0 to
at the .
the cords buzzer
through home runs. in the starting lineup. This will be the second gamein
only five defeats. the Black Hawks in ChicagoSunday
Wolverines their.fifth
giving the Purkey compiled an 111 recor the opening night of the Hatter Invitational Tournament
He was sidelined! North StarsMOBILE night. "I wish I: could

victory.Bob Lewis hit for 31 points, lest victories'season coming with In'the most final of two,his with Georgetown and Mercer opening play at six weeks" of the I get something so I could help
6:30 in the National Guard Armory. the team."
one more than teammate Billy : a sore arm.
months. His ERA war" 3,03. Following Ala. AP) All-
Cunningham, at Greensboro JACKSONVILLE (AP-Stevs his 23 victories in 1962! The 28.year-old star tackle Larry Kramer Manager-coach Sid Abel
N.C..II North Carolina handed of Florida\ the most the ERA crown in glanced at the statistics sheet.
Spurrier University won by a Reds pitcher Nebraska heads a 27 man "
Vanderbilt Hs second straight quarterback, Is a I landslide I In 18 years, Purkey slipped to a Other Games Set and in 963 with 188.' squad announced today "Howe"Look had at 10 that shots, on he the sail netNobody
setback. The Commodores Inst choice as the Southeastern Con. -18 record In 1963. previous avenge the 16th annual Senior Bowl
to Virginia Tech I9.M Saturdayand erencs Sophomore of the Year was" 1.66 by Carl Hu game Jan. 9The else was dose to him.
tumbled from third to ninth New York Giants in Bobby Hull and five for the
In The AP poll Vanderbilt II'* of',Jeck.Halrlton.dlportl the, Jacksonville Journal FSL VotesExpansIon IS ''' -L; squad-as dldthe' South. Hawks."
annwficed .,$uijdnjf-In Lowe nodded agreement.
2 on the season. The Tarheels } Don Dodale the
have won five of seven which i sponsors the annual bat.lot Lanky WilmingtonTo ace; righthander, was for tthe.rim nm uf two Net ::"Sure, 1 hit his toe with one hit
announced \
ALL MOVED: today.Spurrier's. runner-up with a 319 !' plsyeri They are 6-t. 210- elbow with another and his
selection by an 11 man panel State tackle "
Michigan stick with another.
Not one of last week's Top Ten Southeastern He also topped the. '
which represented all Rush and 'Utah end Roy,, Howe shrugged and Abel
teams held its position in this games started 40
Louts Conference school areas. pitched with 321 and a 12,190 pounder.. added: "We've got to get Cordie
week's poll. St. upendedby eight Face HattersThe
Spurrier received of then
Missouri 7254 Saturday ten faced, 1.264. The South'l Negro players are out of this thing and started
flrat.p1ac. votes and piled up Chris Short of the sprinter Bob Hayes somehow. We are going to sit
night, slipped from fourth to 28 points on the basis of three LAKELAND (AP-The) Florl.
19th. San Francisco and Minnesota da State baseball leaguewill phia Phillies was Bob Felts Florida. & M. down before Wednesday's game;
climbed into the Nos. 3'' M>lnts for a first. place vote, two feature 10 teams next Instead opening games of a long club In the Wilmington College earned run In New York and see If we can't
for[ a second place and one for year basketball week begin this afternoon Seahawks from Wilmington, I figure some line-up shift that
and 2.20 mark. Then Ten Rich
and 4 berths respectively, of the, present eight; Big quarterbacks
a third-place Spurrier "
and there will be plenty of Marlchal of San of Indiana and Tom might help him get going
split four first place votes Franchise holders voted Monday NCThe ;
second votes and .
place was action for fans liking all levelsof Seahawks Howe's current 12 slump
were junior game
UCLA; Duke:, St. John's for the expansion West a Jim Banning of of Northwestern will dl-
10 11 baHota castRunnerup .
of the
on the sport. until and to the wont of his 19
college recently Just NHL
4 N.Y., and Kentucky all advanced halfback Palm Beach will be one of the 2(3; and Jim I.117t'P. ? the North offense. year
after successful week of W54 State new clubs with either dearwa- At 2 o'clock this afternoon moved Into four year competition nail, 2.66.Earned, All but one of the 27 North
Rhode Mississippi Arnold and went Ullagainst
to recently
Coach -
Murrary was
ends. The' Bruins 'No. S. trimmed with and 10 ter or Leeaburg the home o( the run )' were picked in the career.REMEMBER
one tJral.plac. send his DeLand (1-0)) the bigger schools lastseason.
Bulldogs :
Oklahoma State M 5); The puted by multiplying bv National and Ameri
Most their!
10th.The after their second straight win play.rahave
Blue Devils No. 6, muted South HY OTHTCROTEft Milwaukee Braves will" as they entertain the Hoi.Ida been together for a coupleof ber of earned runs by Football League teams and GAS DOES TT BEST

Carolina 11172; the Redmen One first'plar' vote Serb!) wentto own and operate the Welt Paint Military School Slack Knights seasons and they should be dividing the total-by of the squadsmen were. OftEEN'l TEL: DM It Tee Less

No. 7, nipped Miami Fla. It- Joe Graham Tennessee tackle Beach Club according i to tH'> In the pHS gym. The junior rough. pitched. 'round choices. (Ads.

and Mike McGraw, Kentucky George MacDonald, president of varsity teams are scheduled to BIG, BOYS Larry Jackson of
fullback. the league. play following the feature game. Al Thlry at I'$h will be man Cubs posted the most

Golf Series Sportier, a' native of Johnson The deal-water club, operated The Bulldogs will also be nlng the pivot for the Seahawks 24, while Marlchal,

City Tenn., finished third in the under the Kansas City Athletics home sgalnstWildwood In an and he is rated as a real fine only other 20-game()
win be operated by Earl performer) Three big forwardswill pitched the most !
Is SEC In passing and total offense. Orange Belt' Conference opener Trail
Approved He completed 63 of 114 Halstead\ St, Petersburg publisher and then host New Smyrna also be available for duty games 22. The. ways

pastes .for M3 yards and rushed of sports bonks, MacDonald I Beach on Saturday night.pTHBR .. with" the Seahawkato-give I the binder's won lost

DUNEDDt: (AP-) The World\ tor, 144 yards giving him 1,089 said. Arrangements are yet to ACTION Hats trouble. These are Wray %18.

Series of Golf, featuring ."$>>,- yards ,at teWoffense. be made with! the city.' :Jn' other'garees this afternoonthe Watt,.' (3; Dave Baker, d-4; Southpaw Bob Veal treats likeHcompany" !
MacDnnald Marshal Hamilton (7; Butch burgh was" the you
000)()( first prize has been approved .Hf. became the seventh sophomort said Ifme'Clesrwater of
unbeaten ninth grader!
by the Professional, Golf- arrangements fad through Bufld M; and Jerry Bran. (-3. with 250. He also
In SEC history to compilemore DeLand Junior Hljh School will .
The tonllll.tlnn'lm. at 1.30 most bases 1 ,
on balls
the >
cart Association.PGA Kansas City farm club will
of total .
than 1,000 yards be hosting the undefeated Mainland on Thursday night will pit the
President Warren Cantrell be operated at Leesburg by Byron
offense. team st 3 o'clock. The losers of the opening/ night
saldthe tournament will be The members of the panel Herlong veteran sports en I eighth grade teams 'play at 4 action while" at 8:30 that night Tampa
recognized as the PGA'i "offi Jess* Outtar. Atlanta Constitution thusiast. p.m. the championship game ls sched

cial world series." ; Benny Marshall Birmingham The present league consists of I, .Tonight up in'Plerton the Taylor uled. CHARLCTTB:, NC (maybe betterl)
The event whichh matcheswinners trams at Beach Detroit
Daytona (
News; Max Moseley, Montgomery High Wildcat quintet will" be A Basketball Queen Content With Just one second )
of the PGA champion. ), Cocoa (Houston), Fort will be ,
Advertiser; Cart Walters In action The Junior varsity and staged both nights whilean Dick
.hip, Masters, USGA Open and Jackson Clarion Ledger; Lauderdale (New York), Miami varsity boys teams will be hosting All-Tournament Team and a shot game, Pustns the

,tie British Open, wu originated Lee Baker Jackson Dally News (Philadelphia\ Srasota (Chicago teams from St. Joseph of St Most Valuable Player will re. the' through
University of
in 1963 Jack Nlcklaus won Bud Montet Baton Rouge Morning ), St Petersburg (Los Angeles Augustine, The Taylor tunics give trophies: after .the. title
in 1963 and 1983! and Tony Lima Advocate: Pete Finny, New ).and Tampa (Cincinnati. will be Idle tonight game as' well as.. the top three SI lotte basketbal victory

took the 1964 title Orleans St"eI.ltfl11Fred, ; Russell It will open the_ season AprU19. Big doings tomorrow night teams. Puslne College led Monday all .
Prize money totals $77.500, when the opening round of theaev.nh P
Nashville Banner) Tom Slier
with to the J1S,. JU Falls' 8M8 points with Ron Stone
S50.000 winner Knoxvlll News Sentinel; Foul:,Shooting annual Hatter Invitational with U t
TO for second, $7,500: for third Earl Ruby, Louisville Courrler. I Tournament begins with a
and $3,000 for fourth. Mir, of contests .In.the National Spartans.Charlotte's.
Journal* Jack Halrston, Jack RATTIESRURG. Miss (AP>-
A..I. .. .. "
In the' event that one man at The M. Guard Armory.Georgetown .. high !
wins more than one of the qual' sonville1 JolgmaL'' The foul shooting of. the Philadelphia I and Mercer will Southsni tall Mississippi's basket- Warty McCinty and I
'squad downed JackatmvlidUniversity
76era and San Francis an. each with" 19! k
trying tournaments an alter open the tourney at I JO and 'M I
Bate will be chosen. CantrcU Tico-BoH co's Wilt. Chamberlain enabledthe II this should be a flm'' contest U Monday. night( Tampa led 4347 .
as Southern's Bruce Miller
said. 76ers to defeat the Warriors With the former quintet rated as ran but Charlotte fought
In the only .National BasketballAssociation I the favorites his scoring total to 1.003 points I held a one,point. td;

Winners game Monday. rl In'the ,nightcap at. 1.30: the The ,Southern senior dropped seconds left tit play,
Dupree Dealing light. hosting\ Stetson Hatters will" be In la "joints to become the sixth ins saved the game

Eloise Driver and Bob>> Whi- The 76en hit on 39 of 43 foul i going up agalast a real tall bait'BASKETBALL .player In the school history to .
aADENroN (AP>- Vnlver. taker won low net honors while shots for a Ul.11] victory over break. ,the 1.000 mark. I scored 30 points M
ally of Florida football star Larry Mary Frances Smith and John the Warriors at Pittsburgh's I '' Teammate Charley Payne and Dick Pruett ..alt' J

Dupree said Monday Bight he Mize teamed to win the low Civic Anna
!to negotiating with the San FranCisco 7I
gross division of the annual The Warriors en the other I
Forty.Nlnert professional Christmas Two.Ball Golf Tour hand miaaed nine of 31 charity RESULTS DRACOM

ball. earnest stated at' the DeLand loaae AH of the ml****

Dupree speaking at a Pal Calf, and Country dub .on Sun Chamberlain, who, also made l;::::'!" MI'I. ',' :'... It's so '!:J to go Traitffiyst Our MQhfy-Valnsd/ : trevel)

motto High School football bin |Lx and w.. the?games" high ._...__._.;'l..7"AoiM.. ....- PesaT. ,_ ..,, expert tend Over fciduardi: to anttr your oueitlonscourteous
quet, said some decision probably day.Runnerup honors In the ,low with .t 5A01 t 'of'. ,
scorer 40 pnjits, !Tttltttl'tl'.t'h"r"; 1f )/, completely. Help you select the< most,
would be made within two net went to Margaret Got and U'"" J.IIII" .
.r.o.r.: scenic routes. Smooth out every detail l so you enjoy) a
week while Helen
Walt Cunningham Sinvnuncc RiverBasin r\t\ ttutiMr*.N. o.. Itste atN happy trip on America's most modem buses.
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Pot A second la low gross. Site Eyed T."ea iuicrii for. Vvraruw c......SISt. 51war.
Other top finishers In low net : 15 t-a. Tura 11year
t1i, trm; a Nary Qsw
'Fast follows Ruth Miller
were as :
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and Cannes Inch tied with wa.h.. ek a''
Suwsnnee River Basin would be Corrm.
Shirley Wente and George Smith La. Tace ta.M fa
SU for third: fourth also was a tie turned into a recreational and ) \ .Asas IT 'M-hlt.owe1TtH a
with ma Harrison and Jim tourist area the Florida Development I....... It, no;...... 05h.tmat'US. _
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Hayes sharing honors with PaulyWhitaker u. HuWln-aim. SIlima JPAljiwsrgPt.
and Don Snyder; fifth Monday. I ... iras arste aster
was Peg Franklin and U ,D.HlI'Tbnnt la coopetatlon with the U S. < .. L..yU. lit. Mi*. T.IW IT. UIMHvM / *.VJ(,.ftvTfilulsy HEAt

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