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Vol. 51 fffi. 51 '\ Wednesday, December 16, 1964 Detand,.l1orld.a' 32720 .t TM : :"..

Duke 'Okay' c'anta'S'IRailboxY Ii i I McNamara Says


As SurgeryIs t 'U.!! S. Blast Could r

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HOUSTON. Tex. AP) Th* Dr DeBakey'i team of experts I Kill 100 Million
'lO-'tl1"o1d Duke of Windsor un reviewed tests performed on the
derwent a ST.minute operation year-old duke at Methodist '
today for removal of a large Hospital \
blister on aa abdominal artery. -- .':
"Hit loyal highness tolerated / PARIS (Apt US Detent tfasalvt as such hock McNamara painted' a rosy'

lurgery well," a hospital l Secretary Robert S. McNamara would be to either the United picture of the power lad capabl ....
spokesman laid I laid today further largiealImNtnwati States or the Soviet Union it lily of the 15. North Atlantic
"The resection of the aorta In- I In strategic nuclear would be tvta Cora U a tuff countries to defend themselves DILLOV: mv jrtt ISreiary
volved aa area of 10 to 12 centimeters I weapons ire unaecessary be nucleaf strike hit the closely against poaalbl Communist si tile Traaaiiry Douglas
It to 3 Inches)." curse the United Statea possesses packed counties c4 WesternEurope iggreutoan Dillon baa mad Mutative.
The rmectioa Involved the .... I 4 enough power to bring 100 conferenct attunes. > % ILE!: STRE' CTCTh place. to renig* within a few.
placement' of aa aneurysm I million quick casualties to tile quoted the secretary u saying. I I.tcNaman. months aererdlMC' to Th A*
ballooning blister the size of an I Soviet by Jmpllcatioa, i hat United States, he add arUM .......*. HM. mist Uketyaurrtwwrt .
than 100 htercontl-
crsjtge-on tile aorta with a iyn- such in af-out nuclear exchingt aucgested there! was no need lor I men Donald & Cook ..
thetlc tube. Rental baOlstie missiles plus New fork, head *f a large
the Russians would e*> separate nuclear deterrent syatemi !
The hospital spokesman said mare than' 300 other nuclearmisallra runts firm and farmer chair*
i' pert to Inflict the same numberof such aa three posMsd by
the duke facet "a tare*.hour recovery I drains en the American pop the British! and Drench. aboard Polaris subma- man *f the Soncrtttea a4 Eirhangt
period.1 ulstinn, he told Hit annual And he Insisted ,In the ..troftt meeting of tilt NATO mlnlattraAdditionally rmmlml. If* ta IVDUlM.
Surgical patient customarily r t winter ministerial meeting of.. t possible term. that the hundreds of American slue. IS, la a B-vwhtfeaa.
are taken to tile hospital recovery the Ninth Atlantic Treaty Or I United Stats could not eves aircraft art capable ofctrrybif is avparenUy plan to .....
following ., \ out latercAattnentalrperationa .
room Immediately ganUation' coatemplaia a conflict In which to tin Waft Stre$ hwasfeMBttWiuttug
surgery and given Intensive ( with pods txploalv firm tsMasX by IIalather
W..tern Europe would be the
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care before being returned + .
ti 1 battlefield and the United States
to their room. e
Two Actions IIId the Soviet Union would be j
Th. operation began at 7:33
arm, (CST) and ended at I:39 nuclear sanctuarlea.WEAPON Walks Out Unaided .

.i STOOU1U9McNamart ,.
am.Dr.. Michael DeBakey a car. said th* United ear
dlovascular surgeon of InterntlonU *- Are Delayed Stiles has stockpiled auclearwsipont
repute performed the II'I'.t' Germany Edward
operation and was assisted by aim equal to SHOO times the Kennedy
live physicians. Including three I power of the atomic bomb
surgeons\ an anaesthetlat and a By Hospital dropped on Hiroshima or a
cardiologist. A Methodist Hospital blasting JMWf'I'qual! to a mil-
spokesman laid three lint tons of TNT.
nurses also asslited.DeBakey la all ff "..IIlnrtoft" plaa- Leaves Hospital -
S6. la general director Vest Volusla Hospital Authority ping McNamara 1.1eS. as much
of the Cardiovascular Rt I CommlMlttiera yet rday afternoon Interest II taken In protecting
search Center and professor of postponed potion! m construction Western European" targets U
surgery\ at the Baylor University et aa' incinerator lid thus la the United States' BOSTON (AP).S* Edward: chwstta ai ht wu, fit MIDI"
College of Medicine. tabled a proposal to convert aa H* said that generally speaking M Kennedy D Mass., walked from WaihUigton Ova tats Democratic
The surgeon replaced the unused elevator shaft into alt the conventional power el unaided net of a Boston hospital pre.primary' convention.,
weakened section of the aorta ting rooms or atorigeCommissioner the NATO alliance presented a today almost six month to the In obvious good humor, Saa.
a main artery of the heart questioned why satisfactory, picture, Present dsy since a plane crash Immobillted Kennedy told the throng outslda
with a tube made of Dacron.Th. only one firm Md MI the indn- font rail art adequate to him with a brokea back the hospital door
aneurysm which the crater This was George L. meet asgreinlon he said. Ha A crowd' estimated at about "It |ust so happens that I
duke says baa caused him no Sln\/ands Co. Winter Haven added that except (for a fr too stood In tnnperatur have t speech here which X at*.
distress. Ja just below tht. kid I whlrK ottered to do the Job forII.MO. eeut tries\ throe \la RO peed for lIh:1k: : the youiig eau *r delivered\ in Springfield. 1
Diy arteries liKTtsm. la national! dsfeasabttHgets. ; tor a* slowly sun etNew tea read it t tft you now.HV
turgery was scheduled after _d..., .. -.....'" "" 1 ; line ttal Administrator Hsrryi4 England lUpUat Hospital.
p. 1. .1;'. dfrf. laid that eventually elnsei.t. None e( the crowd wee swan

r CHRISTIAN SCIENCEt UILDINC ;'Lis..ieToZANT.t< Rtw attional\ room rosy ,bt that low hours earlier at Sam Deaths High
Motu; I* and nwM/phr. I, Legal Attack for Me hitched and he did lot (IJltJ: -*..//III1Idr soretty
I "e raUdresi of ..... and )In. Julia reammen4 hid alteration converting ten the hospital aad la tAe prt-
D. INxea. U4 2V. SKmart. A,.., the elevator, haft into dawn darkness drove M Aadovr

Church Ser vice Slated art tulip. 'M np-M-lal snubs. Storage rnnm.. visit, 20 al miles the aorth of Boston, to In Viet NamAICON
gravesltt of aa assodst
at GrWa Fuel tf DeU.d to In Tax Case. 'OAT ESTIMATE I -
seed Ira their requests. tt Aula Commlsalowrs apparently 1 i \ '* hilled la tile plant crash .
which injured Kennnlymm .
want to construct the Incinerator
Cla-M. All J9n t ttn art tatlM -

Despite BJa IG Damage hwc ahead and It aetealt report, Ur. **letter hulled U Ibomswlw leiten the- Is Continued engineer waste to Alfred,dispose estimated Oswald of It all would types hospital cost of press Accompanied aid. Edward OBAVS only :by Mama his (AP Soutu, South Vietnamese Met Kam gem:

enunent .
Inftrrn M that Santa laanswertac about 110 to 130 a month' more Kennedy walked up .a taws tmnpa last week suffered
tINt la 'operate the Incinerator, but crusted hin and stood silently their\ highest casualties tjeight
pew JACKSONVILLE AP) A would eliminate the W a month : at the grate of Edward: Moss mnntha la the war .agsUUt
By JUJTE SMITH Despite\ yaaterday'i loss ol' vMuig dress UM full same Inn. zed letter ad- legal ataault m Duval County paid the city for garbage pickup 'I'U. klllsd with the pilot of th* t the Communist Wt Cmg ""a

lea New Staff Write Sunday school rooms nursery (HIM News areempany rfceto hy G......) property assessments continued and the ISO to WO monthly! to mined plan. &I.'. spokrsmaa said May, *
At least once during the Chu\Id. and board room aa well aa today wttt the chief assistant to Operate a pathological waste destructor The s they drove to the ham" Covrrament forces killed |M
the assessor called U aa .advert of Moss widow Cttherta. aad Communist .
mat aeasoa. ht seem that West heavy smoke damage to the a i guerrillas, however,
Volusla holiday mood ta roar tire church. its' -business aa II1tll ". .Dr. frank Valentin, chief ef f IloJgel Resigns visited 'for a while with kr zed compared.wtta. MO! of their .r.
Howard C. Ksufold wan ached'uled ths three Moss chtldrea.Ht ,
ed bv a major .m. usual" at the church including staff, attended the board m *t> '
This year It was a church: : the meeting scheduled lot to 7 'SNOPiINCOBIS ,.t. follow the reappearance lug After bearing member die WASH1NGTOM (CAP) President returned lo the hospital be Ar total *f m gwerameM
First Church of Christ Scientist 11Ipt.MOrt. 1n[ Tucsda/" tile elected assesses, CUM the aoa.payment el patient" Johnaoa anaounced today Mrs S i,m. la time to romptut/ troops wag killed or woundedtht :
RsIpi.Waiter.Farads .
oa S. Oara Ave In De- OPERAnONI p. Cmry bills Vsleatia) asked U H would the realgnattoa' of L thr H. prrparattoni, for hla public dpsmrs *- apnkasmaa laid. The flguti
Land. But the church' spurts Mopup operations were underway for the < in attnr- help If ht presented to Die mdi\< Hodges aa secretary of rem M did M tarlttdt/ the battle la AsV
nay pUintiflt who seek sod his wtl. Jan drove
mime and roamed a* hi. suorenior u'
r are still u bright u a Christ this morning In the church a court ordered reassessment, cal staff a recommendation Dial la Lftfsn International. vaDey when rwoaltiaawert
mil tie*'a light! *. auditorium where" tonight's meet-' 1tUISTYts claimed Walter was Impeached each phydcMaprocess Insurance New Jersey IndustrlaUat boarded a plan fnr AlI'pIIrt.n4 palm repnrteit heavy j*
big win be held and plans were as a witness by 'atat meta oa forma aa'quickly aa poMlM. Jobs T Connor.Connor .....rta. lla., where b* will rein U AMEHICAM .
already being put Into effect to whether Duval property la assessed POLICY CHANCE who win take over plstt his recuperation "before 1 Thirteen Americana wer|
'Samaritan'Aids repair damage estimated la the. at aa |vrag. :of, UM T. H, Soweil chairman the commerce post Jaa 15, has / (tft Washington jet the start goIng hoed In action last week.i.The
"multi-thousands of dollars per cent of ttaeal e., readily concurred' ,lit slat suggested \ bees president of the Now Jersey ol tht MW Stoat tssloa Jaa. US Army also tncrtaMft
Let Maxwell chairman of the : S1AUtdhiTInd. Th*, attorney based his eon that Valentine ask physician drug maaufacturlag firm aMerck .. Its casualty total la the Viet
Victim board of trustees said today mcrlEtflUTOIT: [ DISEASES tenths on statements waiter. ad to msk ,,a prospective : A Co. tae; line 1959. Both head, kU pretty wife. Cong bombing of a V'". hai.
that all church activities would mined ht made early this year. list of maternity' patients so ad Joan wen hatless U they went sucks Monday In nil Dan MoL
be held U usual with the,exception 'H4 IH# ill a deposition for a. Individual. .lOt"....... .. ,.,. Test Df/ent. Rests aboard tile commercial plan run reporti said Jour Am**
Of Attack .01.. the nursery's operation. !:i taxpayer's' suit against tot upasser --,----- after acknowledging tile cheers taM wounded\ : the Army todaai

MIAMI\ (AP The attoraeyfir of a second crowd at the airnnrU slid thin were 11 Moat red
"WeH have Sunday school In :" ,Count quoted Walter, !say. Board To Get Richard Worthington .a them Incurred only) moot
Reading stories from around the assembly room and. Instead tag m. Ikt deposltta I "the doru- trial for the murder of hi IAJ.t K* t.4.*.a LmmohUJaed laaa wounds the ipnktsmaa slid. "*
} the nation of spectators refusingto of tile class** fotag to their mats' I found .to ray1 trice going Jail r atothsr, rested his east today arthopedle tram fat most ofth Tw other UJ. advisers werij
help to prevent tile tragedies rooms they'll be seated la circlet aueEsw ffuttfot way beck show cue percent Proposal without calUag a atngl wit* IU. months plate kls plant reported wnundud today b) .4.
they ..t'ta: untold, you may be la the assembly room" be aid 1 am of tile spume UM ass crashed la western N....- ttnna agalMt tile Viet ColI,. w,,
Inclined to think tile world ta becoming said. same factor goes back a good. Anoraey AIhrf Srhrader Jr.
a pretty sorry place la IUT OAT maay )'..,.." }From Sheriff walked latt Hi* rourtronm oa Use :-
which. to live. MaxweU laid that tile fin lasts lists wfl graM areajetse /dIs .bit toatimMy Monday this. the aeoMil "y'lII tile trial.
But not to, at least la DeLand. would .la a* way affect tile comfort ban bas ara-Vv hitrss .. said tilt UM per ceat ad qulckiyiAAoiune.-i! thai the a
Mn. Anne Stubs manager of of those attending aervbwtr ,*f San James AapttaaM wan a* got ftwrtff Rodney 'Thunbwin
Stout Guest Bane which ta Sunday school.Noting that the news,. 114 W. Mar Yen Ave. from tile EuueWmptrofwa of. appear before Volusla County dfiu revtad. Sixma
near the seen of yesterday'sfire church has three beaten and INn S:M I* S:M f....SMMmw.Rwrta's fit*. commlsslontrt! tfIr/IcIn'eoIf to discus -
at Chrtattaa Science Church: that electricians were separating apoMsruw. I* s.->.4hy -ThU featbmait has denied' recemmemUrtons mad bya Congo Enrtty Outttd
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ha from tile allot Wrt-hw tf OMnwmWr hen la. this marshal
told tIN Sua New that she wtrtaf flrt-damaged proceeding that Mat deputy Or* *a
proof "that DeLaad to a wonderful twit this morning. Maxwell said st -__Tswit eLM wa* she average assessment hazardous condttloni at the I MOSCOW fJ.l"> Th* Soviet\ Farms Inc.
place to Hv*." tile church would be well .tested srkHdo.. ew-forl la tht atewa ***. for the pas stvtralyean treaty jafl.Th Valet cftl"-.d Owjol. Pro.mks ,
HEAKT: PATIENT and lighted even lor tonight's are by MM DeLaad llgkSHtMl ," Carey. said la thisDeposition marshal recommeailod Make Tihnmbes tajy diplomat
Daring th* fire a heart patient meeting (toa chsb. baa bent ear ( her Mate It to either Immediate lmpromttrtvaciiaaaa .la Morrow swh "ImtUtactHd Lake Helen, HcrkU
who lives la aa opatatraapartmeat (.. .... a fin Test ...... tram" af prtsoiMr \ .**" today Ht was ordered
at tile pelt horn, Vrd memfcer will mien. MarI tt' ekes tIM ConfnW. West VOWS,.' only. Home-owned and
collapsed. Mr*. Pelts said MAY BE TIDINGS OF SPACE OBlECrS''RlRTir rrofrtts report' from Whi lam "letstlM zed ..... the\ country,
Fearful that die flame might MIfWIet Ia., fJeUnd, and Jeeps M alpha KgamlMnl th*
spread to th* apartment ....., eKlchola, Kw Smyraa leech, Congolese charge 4.atr.1rtt. operated 1 100 Jersey Dairy
)In. Starts and th* mans wit .a a reed of approtdmaMy waa a mmaa.4. M th* Soviet
were attempting to carry the aa Reaches.Planl ItO t conMs 4 aignatam oa tt* for-Hra Mtatdry'Tuesday. .n4 Extends&itioU
cwsdooa maa doer the .,." Exciting News ,Earth oMy. seat retoratiM petttloe.Th W4 to t>*v*.'N. data wan set
aide stairs. .. + *' dame pest art cUrtJsfaaaiea for hla Vptrtwt.AtTtoVN.
As they atragfM .. support' .'r. which retocattoa pmpoaett -
tile muss tIN radial *f tile taunt sbmd4 have .ba gl'tllliilgJ,
stair, a maa emerged Iron the AUSTIX, TeL L\7) bat- : Th picttn showed Cur They imply da dot Mow' dIf emem4 a* taxpayer," They art
crowd that! had gathered at th*. tag ntwi has Just reached tor I awnatalag lad happe* d aod4aly tales or laws of physical/, kwroes keg paid 19 .a day seta lor tMTED kATTCPrt. RT ,
seeM of tht are zed cam to pIueC I aiac a last look la that that utrooocMrs and ether tIIoItrI 'fAP r The chorus of aattAmerica > '
allots. nco. lie Udlac tf tile btrth atncttoa aai.Th t'ceria nxrutoJalM To All Oar ; & Cwtwi
CAUIXS IWfne' aaay 1 parrialer. eCcM.: tdeatieb have a* fAt ONbnet. Isvtrtlva. to tte sect MMyFri6Wls; :
eI.& tat, toward a 1b. II:. PWN. a-MrduaMr' ,
,... ldnnty tayattrim obtoet tesa nty Cou <. Cmg >bai. wan
speetamr. the edge of tbs tai WJM. .Utaat tight -, atiflatrtamiag : hem why" tur mum heirs Its. atatck for th*tnmauislsusn.alt xpactM.k* ffMtUiM ttdayspst ...
la aDowa. ccn.4 ate atrteknmaa hue .
dowastair and t* tile For parhapt ftv* bin yatra. I toward earth es 5557be g. They KMW. that lilt remala *. th*. (keyratprrpart t:. aiWjenaa an mpt Ie We tnvitt You. To
orta side tt tht aptotm-a die awwa la* hair ractagthrwgh dladmlag th* awry tf la* raa I II on* *f abmrt M bfflloa ... *f VwumMta *rd quid lt.p )
apac. at th* apd. *f birth of f th* mnat r4 .by Orrait.,Jaigt f. >S.fte .
..... away from Ot txdtaw see pwadlagtf *tara It a .... beefy or galaay L! Call 228-2545
tat 090 mar p.r sense. al MeWIIIJ| bodes Dr. -u. .. Hb host. fMtth. Italian .
west ft the fir*.. ,.. heart pa- say MiKty Way. They k. Volt ..
Th 'Murtor ,. fipl* .*ld tins! thru was gtww'm xllcattnsiaad wen lIeU waves. AOa 1C Suktst f tk> Mt.Paiomar ther art hfltoaa .f *twr h,.
asrvg** kept beady jar aach prodocH bf M .....c' gtftatc sad Mu WUm. eb- tyt ... paiwai f M b-ert4 eel biters HMM aad aVMHJnr .ta.- Itd1EAP0ratlea, D m- .Tt4a7! and join these new'
rtactMrs.. Statta said eiploelM Vac a** 'I: .aetvaltrira.Th t ads. ran yet eiplsl why at aa serif Ctor***) 'L4M 14 to- \
-r Ukt ta tkaak ........,. M UM aw|.wed pied tp say object son. taiawq M qatJSf. tht asa emit wilt>Utwrgjr iwiim rtMOM ht-raos Ibis day .* the pale Partlsnwifi' :,10 \ ;: t oyinJt home dtlivwy'
was .who .hH.(...l ...,* Mra.Smlta three weds" ai, ht. a' tHetar iswlar Sesw.abbreskowl, .. why they see trtOim\ ant UM roloVdcbefort lilt lint ballet to trt lINt flftll : o

aald. -aad Id alsoIVM lit takes with th* atoaf-;miach, They art tn eattrfysw fI,pow ..,..,..., this wr*< co'Pw li ..joof-t. theenmmb. ,.....,... ., &IN r.pvttee- lest our tint;'pw. mfl '

U, that DeLaad- M a woatfertuj I md.snepe a -Mt.#" -,Pahra/.------ fwur1 and had *f cusp a* the NWP4grbg* tooot a d .raM.1 sfasf'*nn awal*>af a. _tit t.1 far short of tile rwflf4trauWdj .\. "
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By Mammoth Storm r I Board The yesterday Volusla County found HeywardW School

Saul Jr.* Daytona Beach
/ 1 ew.e I Junior College instructor. "giiBiy

sa.wer M ">t unprofessional conduct falling .

It The AMM!.,*. Prei* Temperatures dropped to 30below .y The ,....,.t.. ,Press f I to cooperate with hU luper.I .
A mammoth snowstorm pack. zero and winds howled A warming trend set in today I ion and willful neglect: of school
ing deadly wind churned Up for Florida when temperature duties"
through the Northwest today to TO mOes *aa hour Schools: dipped at low u 27 overnight The resolution, 'unanimously

driving temperature far below closed and travel wu ,virtually And on a long rang bail, approved by all members, noted
zero In some areu and closing bandoned. weather forecaster said condl. that the charge are a violation .

schools and roads. Weather officials expect the tlona far aloft may augur a mild I of the county tenure law
TKe powerful storm described bitterly cold weather to continue winter for the state They noted r and "constitute grounds for'

by the Weather Bureau for several day. High of 23 that the high altitude "Jet either falling to reemploy or for

U almost unprecedented toe .t'*low..wtr1 forecast tenm th* jttcara" of wind It onseajonalt dismissing a teacher."

late autumn ... covered the en-\.tJOr\ Sukatchewan.M ly!tit flowing from wart to cute I Defense Attorney W. W. JudgeIs
the the winds die temperature I expected to appeal to the'
tire "northwestern quarter of situation which help slaw .
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nation. are expected to drop even low. oft Jack'Frost oa the ground 25,. -\ : x.' : Stale Board of Education Saul
-Weather Bureau metaordo er. 000 feet below. had appealed to the school board
: -. : t I after Dr. Boy Bergengren withdrew .
gist' In Helena Mont said Desp'f Tuesday night' mercury
venturing ,out of doors Is considered I LONDON (AP)-Moter/ crashes dip, two Florida points'wren his recommendation that

dangerous unless a per caused by tog killed 19 per'eons among the warmest in the ,.. ,.:tt ': '.,>, Sauls be reappolnted for the
10ft I* thoroughly prepared. in Britain today. On* pile country Tuesday. Th national ; i ,' I current year. Last Spring Snub
A van carrying nine prisoners! up on the Gnat North Jload Involved VTI was 7'<, at Miami! Beach' I tly i T'a was recommended for reepootnt-

from the county Jan In $eaWe. more than TO vehicle Tucson Arts, and KeyWest, J ( '\ . Walt to a reformatory tipped and killed a track driver each reported 73 degree. I v board reappolnted
spring Later the action was
ever on a snowy highway but

tow official truck 11 took righted no chance the vehicle-) < : Service Set I WINNING DISPLAY AT 7LORIDA MILITARY SCHOOL-This ii the winner of the 1964 Christmu In lu ruling, tilt board listed

with.,th* prisoners stilt inside. ; l MnrUetSummary Decoration Contest at the Florida Military School ai designed by B. Company. In all there art six different die several" specific "finding of

TREES FALL play aH.h; ,school and the" public U invited out to look them over. With the boys leaving for home Friday mornIng 8 facts.,'1963 Saute It stated called that Dean on R April,. W.

Robert L. Brown Jr. was I I Despite Fire person will hays only tonight and tomorrow to see the dlipla;,.. The lights go out each night at 9.43.; Head- Whetstone "Incompetent" in the

wakened by the howling wind muter CoL Carl Ward announced the winner this morning. (Sun New. Photo by GilmOre) presence of other faculty .
In !Bellrvue a suburb oll.altlt.He ... ... ..<.--.1 ._
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ben.' UU May A*, DV iviriivu IQ
rushed outside and moved From Page I Pep 2 KUM (IIOWA) ft* MWI WttXSSDAT DIC U, Whetston and Alan Perrins
hu station wagon from under 1"41 .
pew Aa reported by AP end lilt Boy Denies chairman of the English Department
But ef hllJI.lllllbOn'
kin trees. two
aa both being Incompet
herd Rejrnetd ... O: > *fflf* I
tree tumbled one ]News Briefs ent" and called Bergengren
en his car and the other on Ma The 'Iockarbt staged a Still attempting t* determine Circus Manager Guards' CaseIs "dictatorial."
moderate advance early thin aa accurate estimate of called
house damage He also allegedly Per
School wen doted la ,Wyornltf afternoon.of Th* rise decline followedtwo late thl meralpg, Maxwell said Her Status; Killed In Wreck From rime by a foul name .in the presence '

Montana, Idaho and, day sharp : that. in addition, t* extensive Dismissed of an instructor In the de
Washington State. Most advance of' key "|*nia damage to Interior wall, window : 'DAYTONA.BEAqH A MIa partment.

Visibility wu cut to aero In were moderately 1 lees than a active po4MTridisgwas ."" Include* and woodwork, loss would MLWt 4 P)-Ceorg (Pork-. .killed Instantly late lilt ,Bight Circuit Judge Samuel S. AreaTownsOKANGKCmr I 'TESTfMOjnr VIEWED .
supplies,' furniture and The noted that testimony
chop) Stephen*,14, says he's not! : ruling
blowing snow In some anas.Heavy r Some small losses hewed books 'when the car h* wu driving Smith, Lake City previously assigned
up a hero But Others disagree1'Ceorg had been offered stating
snow warnings wan in overturned on Old King Road to Volusla County .to
111 steels and motor which had Although the art was confined .
Sands "a classroom
wu one step this aide that wa good
effect for Montana, Wyoming her* .has been identified u handle the nu "" lit. ,
been ahead to th* school unit ef "
and.North and South Dakota.Wind solidly earlier.Comaat church the of death last month whet his leg Walter V. Mcdoaky assistant charge against three former The Men'* dub of Orange teacher. He was found to
which opened on a smoke spread through became Infected with be uncooperative with his su
at 33: miles per hour f gangrene manager of Clyde BeattyCoU Daytona Beech lifeguards hu City Methodist Church will
made life miserable in Cut block of 15,000 shares, continued tile ajr-condltlonlng duct Into He had cut It lumping Into a Brother Circus, which maintain dismissed them. have Ladle Night and a dinner parlors and did not< accept all
active and ahead by a point It all part of the church, including loUuted drainage' ditch near assignment given him.
winter at 1:30: tomorrow IIIFeUow.lllp
Bank Mont. where the temper the quarter near De- ThU I* the second Urns the p.m.
had advanced more than 4 Pompano Park north of her. Board members yesterday
auditoriumWOBB Land. Hall. The Rev. H.
-n UnoffU court hu quashed
atuti ,
wu Tuesday. chargesagainst
points early| in the session. Cora The story wu that h* had Wight Klrtley of theBonet opened bids for construction: ot
clal lows. (In Montana included Mcdosky: reportedly wu John Tanner 29, Roger pastor
sat fell about 10 point Tuesday "If rather heartbreaking, Jumped In and rescued 15-year- two new units at the Daytona
40() in Havre and -38 ,at Sum thrown from the car and wu Greet, 21 and James Matters, Methodist
considering the fact that till .
when trading was limited to'a old Karen Woodward, who hadalien Beach Junior College and an addition
Church of will be
crushed when it rolled him. 20. Th* trio was Indicted by
mot, a mountain top community.Gnat auditorium was overhauled ever a
cash bashSehering Just into till ditch aDd wu,In to the library.Southeastern .
guest speaker The Rev.
A .la the Mr Grand Jury In 19U for causing
Falk hid a December sin month passenger car *
and ago including new of
gained a point danger drowning; tile death of fellow Charles Peterson will be in General Corp.,
Maniako a lifeguard
record low of 24. reached a new high:Merck and paint and lighting 'fixtures. However, Tuesday surrounded 'Virginia Holly Hffl MIami. wa apparent low bidderat
'' A. Been charge ol ,the .
wu Injured and taken to' Hall. George by an initiation program.Th
-nroIlWAY'BtoaED. Maxwell sal .
.Wur''added fractions $ut fc* was quickto in hospital bed by medals and $972.323 including three alternate .
SeTiool were dosed In north TIle Aasoelated.Prs*'avenge add that a- was "thankful plaques for heroism from vsrl- .fax Hospital ceremony into a lifesaving *' 'Greater Orang City !..1'I11IIIIcJud" construction

ceittnl, Montana and US 12 of.M stocM! it-itoon.was up J I tat damage "..,,', more exten onus organizations, Ceorg said Florida Highway Patrol troop fraternity. Area Chamber Of Commerce of a fine art and student service .
wai.blocked by blowing, drifting at 3208 with Industrials up l.t. ." It wasn't 'true. en and Volusl County sheriff Smith's ruling followed a board of director will meet center' building and the library
anofv la the northwestern part of raUl unchanged and utilities up I Praising tile speed and efficiency Karen h* aid, had lumped deputies Investigated the accident : motion to quash made by. do- tomorrow at 7:30: pjn. la Jim addition.
the ..state. Wind gusts hit TOroph. .9. of the DeLand Fir De Into the ditch after an argumentwith They aid Mcdoaky apparently anN attorney W. W. Judge H* Mauney' office Lee Sayers, director of school

at Livingston,, north of. The -Dow ..* average of JO1' pars ment, Maxwell aid the firemen her boyfriend And tile w*. lost control! of the car had contended that till inform planning, will review the six
Yellowstone rut Industrial at noon ,had gained used u fate water u po" Sir was only tare feet deep. on a sharp curve. ties, which! wa filed after the Th* Safety Patrol of the bid submitted and report to

Hag clouds of dust floated 2,20 to $91.IS. It had bee slifhH{ slbl la arresting the flame, H. rtfused to declare himselfI Peace Justice Charles Luke I lint"did Indictment wu quashed Orange City Elementary School the board.
over t. the plain, of Kanau andCafojado. ly higher during the morning. : which minimized water damage hero, acted u coroner. not clearly slat" the caus will hold a bake sale Saturday Board members okayed a laboratory
of Been' ..
: U..1.,IT north of Denver I Prices were higher ia rooter H* aiM paid special tribute to BE DID HELP I. death beginning at I ajn. ia the fee ef fl a month for
wu closed, for a period ate trading oa the American 4'Ire Chief Charles Holman and "I don't know if I am or I.Ia't. Judge Smith wu assigned park opposite the post office. student in the automobile mechanic
Tuesday after a semis ol *.IIIDaectc1ellta Stock behan,.. t* dry Manager Wesley Sweat .". George said. "I did help Two Actions here for the cases when Circuit -muoN cloves at tile Mary Karl

caused by dust On* Corporal* bonds-were mixd> who oUt1'tlCllI1I assistance at the her out I did ]lump la to save r Judge Jam.'N.lIOQ disqualified Th Vocational Division This la to' .
traditional Christmu
leene.' her 141dnl know how deep tM. himself u his son had served
pUeupen Valley Highway in and :Trtasurie dedlnedf cover the excess cost of
I knew Are Delayed'L' u a lifeguard. program will be at 7:30 p.m. parts
water All I Ka-
"The fire which started wu. was t
early .
Adam County involved U to II and materials.Approved
Sunday at the First Methodic
'At 12:14: Stoclr prlcaa f Yesterday afternoon from a healer ren'i la there and she couldn't ter
cart / pm. Church. Floyd Carlisle, Sun a chant "orcer! In
Krsldents ;iVBear Valleyseo4he4t' ; continued generally firm kin mo ,in ,th* nursery, wu discovered awim, I News, day school superintendent, has work on the athletic grounds at .
Th* rescue story wu mad Exciting
Weaver. reported d.rataly active trading. by the church dark Mrs. lip I announced that the program DeLand High School, at an, additional .
up Jo 4'Inche'of dirt accumula- :Texa Gull luk hor was B2H up llaiel Berger, who wu working by George to Karen and Karen.George'ssister will Include enrol staging cost of $734. Pavement
JK; American Tlphon MH up in her stilts two room away "protect I patching win be done the
tloa The Colorado DepartmentrJ R* rrilu at Ce r.'a mna. From scripture reading and a film, on
cAn-taiftune laid the winter Wl: UI Steel 11\% off \HI t Cenera else- -biiQ-. Space "0 Holy Night. The public gymnasium and e*.t enhance
sty calls vane arrangements could b*
Motor H% IInc,., Chrysler a34 everyoao .
;h.T crop was hit hard. It aUo H.Pan. Board To''etJail hero. mad for payment of their bits Invited to attend. drive and an asphalt pole vault .
reported a ahorUge of cattle up HI* Mr. and Mrs. broad Jump runway and asphalthigh'
American World' Air 28% Stephens Dudley reported that of $3 obstetric utter: HELENAt :
jump will be
apron con
forage. up Hi 1 Joy Mfg. 4SH, up IK) ltd. Lloyd Of Fort Lauder. cases ia the last two From Page l' 1.30 p.m. Friday Santa structed.
nit freakish winds la eattern OU N J l7Ji, up H I Pure 011 $7\% Proposal dale, Karen's mother Mrs walls month about $1213 of tilt $11.- Claus will make his
and northeastern Colorado I Intl. Woodward of Pompano Park 727 total bills remained unpaid.
up IHi paper J2H tmckt at the Lake Helen
retched guita of IS m.p.h. at c all say b* performed a "htrolc l The Board
General tee M up 1,6AJeoa: approved the appointment much radio energy, how or why Elementary School when h* State Issues
onr point. The low In Colorado. MM up 11: Anaconda ll" up U; act. I ef Dr. George F. CrUinger they cam about arrives. riding oa the fir truck..
was a paralyzing Sl ,,la Alma American To>accoM\'up H.. From: ifiific 1 George wu concerned about general! practitioner' to M IDENTIFIED After distributing goodie to
) what t* do with the medal and : lbs active medical staff, n alassppr'oved Tax Report
Only about M quasi stellar the children then h* win roar'
a WALL TorruaWhidi commendation\ .
: a bylaws change dealing source have been Identified en over to the Negro school
; so on
; Noon Stocks I A fund started by country club '
than M mp.k with
of more the procedure to establish
for construction' the new Jail golf course In tilt Miami far Just within the last few Washington St.. and give some Ga.oWti'and sales tax colleo
brick wall .in a residential area the status of the member -
topried a
unto the more of the lions made la
county seat relocation to' yean. Most of there were detested goodies Volusla Collnty'durin
college educationow
section of 'CheyenM, 1 Tae Jo_nu' ,t, here fight resolved. Both tile recent total' a than ef the medical staff. within the last year. November on October '
Wyo. The snowfall In Wyoming AIIIIOIaI it% IntPap, CHJonssal. Grand Jury and the state fir more $1,100. Dr. Bandage described the The Lake Helen Community sales both Increased over the
ranged from ,I to 12 Inches, but Alcoa W% .'* SiViKalsAl marshal's office have cored con.dltion would It' appeared continue. today that It. with the truth without any presure discovery to tile second\ Tunas dub win hold it* annual previous month, J. Ed Straughn.
more now wu falling and piled .AmAlr .tin 21'4' at the Jail.Commissioners Tommy Thomas, or duress from anyone" Symposium of Relativistic Astropnysie Christmu Party at 7:30: p.m. director of the Florida Revenue
bead of the fund drive -
Into deep drift by strong wind. AmCnAmCyaa ,n Ken'cott MLlgaMy .. have to said bethought Thomas aid the fund drive Friday at Hopkins Hall. Commission today reported.
may the *, and amplified la
till itorm'i MH tltt youth was to be would continue te help with th.tboY. aa Everyone In the community Sales
At Powen, on decide tomorrow whether to authorU "admired for Interview. tax collected In the state
triage; the temperature dropped AmMot It Loeh'd MH thousand of dollar in corning! through medical bin*. This year's new look with the 1* Invited to come. Bring a B0 last month totaled 119,1133,176 of

from, 37 above set* to U below ATaT C1HAmToa Lorillard 41% expenditures to bring the build- ------ 200-Inch the'IIJ1'C'I. cent gift for exchange and which $417,7S1 cam from Volu.
telescope brought
in a matter of minute :H'iAmpxCp MagVMt nMMaM big up to minimum standards canned or packaged food for sla County. In October, Volusla
4 'i : ; Now it
flew Mexico was bit by 71 ,, 14% U required by-fir* law wu suddenly the OvrtitaM basket the dub collected: HM.410 in sales tax
rop-fl., windr dotting anow,iatodrifts. Anaconda: 81H, Mohasco 14'%' ''e s visible ta blue light, u wen asunder win distribute end In November. 1963 it was
Armour 53* Mojis'tf. Ie34. S' tSt6t Uft"'s. a nd filter. The sudden 1oRANac' $420601
Lauds blue light visibility itgntfled aaeplotoa. crrr
Destructive winds accompanied Babcock S4ViBethSU MontWd ', HHNatDalT King The art das of the Orange Gasoline ,taxes collected here
: by Utter cold belted SSU tONatDlst \ ? .... ..,..,,'. '.. ..., I .. "', ., ,.. City Woman' dub (VIA) win last mQDth*totaled JH1.153 compared
Boeing **H M with $286484:! la October
Washington State clueing %: Court Rule '' meet at I 30
.chew)* to aa **timat d 10.000 Borden TIVJBrunswk NAmAv U Order Your Capon Stock ROister Howl Two Cba ged. in Dickinson I.m.Memorial tomorrow Li 1963.and with $298.387 la November,
T,% pCetet'r'r
Snow fan ranged from 1 briny Hat Walter
pupil M* PRJl Hii err The A... to U inch**. Celanese T4% PepCala ..0Clr'aI.r Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Girt Year Fund? tad FrUndg A Holiday Treat DeUnd I* the instructor two cent collected which ia

BUzzard condltiona and prevailed nertenMinnesota 1PtlWhC 12 has Joined other Negro leaden WUh Frtth Dressed Young Capon Stock BoUtOD In Accident used to retire old road bond was
ia North Dakota la hailing widespread Southern $103417. Of the
CocaCol 13* RCA MHS5 Landdpproued seventh cent gu
with up to 4 )inches of CornEd MHContCan RepStl compliance with the public *e* .ri Raiaad Out Poultry Farm. Beth driven wu charged with tax collected the county get
new now" ,predicted accompanied rommedatlon Mctioa of the $),fll
SO* Revlon' traffle violations after truck- TALLAHASSEE ( and the state Road Department
a ) A
by strong winds and extreme '' DwwChe TiyiduPat ReyTob .4FnnstDa dvU Right Act r car tousles early last night, $102 million tract of land la gets tari to spend
eold temperature t2l StRegP IOIi Th president! *f the Atlanta. SFroz.ireted DaLead pence said. Gulf Hammock. Levy wtthta the county.BroadcAit .
tjiaa had wM wave warnings baud then Christine Lead.rahlp .' ,
IAL.; 4IH Seaboard 43 ,
'% A pickup driven by Bert Johnson "
So,,, Missouri for today and to. Tuesday that compliance "has "
FlaPw 'T Sinclair 9TViSoceay kit driven
a car by
night HorthwMt Kisses had FlaPaL; 'n HSouthnC been:good up to new and will b* LewU A. Butt. til J:. Rich Outdoor Recreational\ Planning The Amerlcaa' Broa4eatinf''

some yiag dust which evt t vlaVbmty. J'orcl N (I* Improved",, as ,a rsulf. the Roasters29' Are Committee. Company win carry 51 mlnut*
13% .1TY1IS' US. 'Supreme Court 'dablonupholding : Th* report laid Bennett' car Approval wa baaed oa theennslderatioa of excerpts from The Messiah"by
Temperature* dropped t* .*> ta*' baa en discrimination the land be able Handel oa a coast-to-eoast
mil 'n' WH StBrand Tt% wu stopped .a S. Boulevard at
the totally ta public facilities. to pay for ttaeli Th. committee hookup Saturday from 4 until
Alun. Eves W
: stoNJ n% Voorhl Ave. for a traffic light
0\- Gems King, who wu nOllA GLAD JUfum ICBM with an balance of Ummioa 4 M p.m. This la
rnq&ratt Alaskan Panhandle M4CenFds Studebak 1% en rout horn OW. f UMMtHens. and that Johnson's pickup ran uiwpent $ bring don
\ reading from Oslo where a* received the was not allowed to purChase through Radio Shunt WJBJ and
npor1Ibo1lll'O 80VGenMtn Swift M\ tote its rear.Johnson .
Cold, weather numbed New 41VGenMtn \ Texaco STVi Nobel Peace Pile, added 'The wu charged with the 1)0,280 acre outright Ita president Ralph Hatcher.

om* Noah. .MV Thlokol UVUCarb hard core of resuitsnce. It I II u..291 failure to. have his vehicle and** Council Director Hey C. Laid
.Goodrich MV .l23 HUnltAlrfl hoped, will ncognla" and obey coatrol aid Bennett wu charged nun said the exploratory oO Trl-Stater To Meet
the law W the 11"- .
SASKATOOi'Sask. (AP'I) -JOnj Goodyr 43VCreyhnd *1% with not having a 'driver Unstuck and timber rights 'u The h.State dub
bill : ITUSSteel But pocket ot resistance remained :Pt4bA GRAGI A-nfd PIAM Heenae. the land could b* 'leased 10 pay win meet
of the wont prairie VCulfOn ViFrult fa OUI_1AAM-t. wM at 6 pjn. today in tilt Tourist
: rural
torn sections for the, park.'YOUtILIs .
xar& te hlatory Ummd into MH, SlKVnivMat Damage to the track wu COO _
el the South pqclally la wt Wt Howry A...
Lorb aid to the U30. Neither .
Saskatchewan today after cau- HonW 17TInUUrv 14 car. < Member
nunitiei to bets
lag at least two death in Alber TtHIntNlck WestgH 4314WlaDU Mraeial wherethere_ committee.wr-n,Such :Fryers25'Fae ertvw wu hart but passenger ArrestedX12 table IC'Vke, covered dish, aadgin *
40 ta. Bennett's ear J.dy; Aaa Ben-
SIVt .
U. for dbtrtbutioa
group helped ..... t* needy
for- desegregation 1a'm5JCrSouthera Bert. If, reportedly wu shake. year-old Negro youth WIt resident I* DLaad. "

Iik cities. Catekeo WUk 'TVs tet/Ckkkea Their apprehended shoplifting! yestert A business rneedaf will b* fol
Trey Never
m 1 Insurance day afternoon to
8 nltlrllr.l. Paul Anthony 01 the Southern Inch .Ta* Oreea4) DKUtCO naa OAO.TI, Hearing tart at N. BcdJevard McCnry and si lowed by aa mtertaiarMnt pr>

sa :...... .ea.. ,I", "M"J''',=3-- VS VtA I.UN v Regional council la Atlanta Mid. rtOllD.twt A.nISI rt+M wt nt XXAMZ (A?) A pabl1e ....,. Pew Tot Av*. Onto tram as4 Tourist Peaatytvaata* frog> Mehlgma are t*,

1Ia7.. .. ''''-''''' a, tawiMeeppehl < rval **mp .., .. ,.,.".. UJ pr **.t FoBce nIt4M4 tit t"r M Qewtody vtted to atteH .s4 M
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uMhasASre bt1M ..

..:trv.\ ....=.1 5"w 2.eeee.,.T--.. r I.1 I tf 01 *.t wer tttt4.9lJt .. -. 'Eggs 5Or55; ; .looms.tnuerens. rite.peInbRCa'd appear 'brlee ef at* fvt Jtrmfl stt.*|,Jvij e wtf dIa -

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wttt sditedas that ARM
--L. ileiteeonn tMtay .
1u1 ,,It CA wraw 8 Hola found 1 Strtar r Tblfs. .
? es's A aa1 a j .." .. II DIW tOequrt, ien .... 'e<
St' :'A6.iiif i/. Joseph Dsu lst.. V* V. Venn li Ml ruted ualt *l *r<. I :',, W) ..

.. 'I'll..111_ ,'... 't*; Av*... t Hj Be* a. bullet e Opn Tuts>saw d) ChrktmM DtyXHE Th* tawarar *eiw*.ale* wQ waN FlaJMcry. 44. w j MM 18
I air tketr. views hr fcw lew :: "' ...
l'V: :'\4. use Bred base a B cal rate er 'r. : &: a heeds crash Tat4yabout
: 1la III.... _..,. ; t ss pistol ripped thrwiga tt* freed AaeAer.lsw wffl W taken byupie row ma** from at* Maw..
.._ (4.5, .Wy $ .$4'I'e..Nn ..... .. porchcrM of at* kem* u4IodIrtd CHICKEN PLACEaimer .eaUBve. Ire a' Miami 'kan MtsRyvrO* heaae.Th .
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\4.,. hews t.3l.eeIfal in a window tram Fart Lmderdal* zed St. P t.r.. 7 drtver el tile ether ear,
i/11N:::'I.'ore 41 I toughs akl t* dWat bow n.uas,... POULTt1TTAaw sera ta *ppoaWo a to the pro Kalh Th naa, *X WM M *vtwaf -

.".':"..II, ..... The defeating eetety *rgan- when th* (shooting ecoared. Hedteeovwed m B. BEKuit mew 1143344An paee4 tocreu*. Hemahtteg Oboe I hint those, sad flahew

"..x lad by Benumb r uo a wu ta* buBftHtapoUe u4 rupitt act h.Hny pee .e. sad 0.... Poe If eaatei wfll be Heed ew to view IU>R, !lenfla44ai I b w.w Mat tar>.ban aalDeadly

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Event 1\\ FROM'COX: '. /E, BWSED z LANDLORDS 'rage I BOAIIO (nciinJU SUM i wws. WEDHS0A1, DICe 11, 19':

Viewed. By if f U.S.: IJPTEeaiu, ,City Hall Try To Protect. Envoys ; .. I

VMTEO: : NATIONS. N.Y.' I Mtmtero and the New York I hammering at the them of lair who !have had trouble finding

Dr. Clieli j I'nUed. Nation has teemed -up .U.N. have charted a plO)..*. ,, Th mayor's commission has ?
Issued a primer for new dlpl* .# I
i 'III'fttY: rk', CIty iiCtn. Newc.Yorker.1 In daftf Steveiuen'r staff U
/ talnffi\ mat*. la friendly informal-veja,. I
i 'I' "P? :'t unwary .II contact with fareljnjielegafM net. up mjetipsi'wlr| ffci J'tf ; ; ib book tells bow much to ttptia- \
con Men and col and 'thele-tamillie, unions amd -trade- aced lieM restaurants16 cent of.the .
"Why do we celebrate December !t4s1t' : I ..._. per
V S Ambassador Adlal E, representing' taxi driven, restaurant check for waiter and 35 cents
3th?" was the subject used I i ''e Ti:s 'ion intends to do all Stevenson will beam a series of owners, doormen and i for the hatcheck girlIt
by Dr. Charles C. Cliett. associ in '$ prwer to see. tilitm.t dipfo. five! -minute talks to the police others who rub elbows with the urges envoy to complain to
ate r '. are given every courtesy fort over cloud circuit televi- 5,000 members of New York's the City Rent Administration U
pastor at Trinity Methodist W
to make their stay enjoy able.:" sins stressing for
protection diplomatic colony.! they are being overcharged lot
Church when"he spoke at the says Yank Montere. an American foreign visitors Contact also are being sought aa apartment and to Inform t aNew I,
recent meeting of the Sons of Nrgro staffer whose job la The mayor's commission has with real estate interests In York Human Rights Commission
the American Revolution. at the to U'tIIul rough spots for AM.can a aeries of spot announcement hop( of opening more doors to i U a landlord bar themon
Calico kitchen 'f't' ,., and Asian, delegates on New York radio stations African and Allan diplomats racial or religious ground.' ,
I Ir
Dr. Chen said that pagan peo

pie) had participated): In lame Itl'

type of celebration, at varying ,

periods) of the year, long before

accurate histories were "ept.VIUa11y .

then celebrations took : 7' !
place during the shortest day. .t .. '... '
light Jtours and .when the sun :,. .
began its upward course, "thrill- ,r .',. ,..,. .. i1sHQ'
log men' *ith the' first distant : -
.; : : :" ;
promise bf spring he said. t : '
Step by step and country by ll.,1"; -; 'I..IJ .
country, Dr. Cliett. traced the )
evolution of the holiday season; DELAND MUSEUM MOVING STAR TS Members of the DcLand Museum I I I lIB EryNIgh3
beginning with .Noah and the Board' ofDirectors and City Parks.and creation Clews Monday began moving the
family:-relations within the Ark, MUseum from $ Florida Ave to its new 1 ocatkm in the old Library building on E. ,
and continuing: to the time when New York Ave Left to right are Mrs. H erbert Mansfield, chairman of the Board I\\t}
Christianity'replaced ,
He cited Instances where'paganism.cele moving committee H. Deane' Smite: bad rd. member' ; Oscar Williams, Parks Dept S 9
brations sere: encouraged'' by: employ: and Mrs. Fred Later, bond Joem; ber. moved boxes of display items and materials aid
same rulers while 'other rulers into the newly renovated locatio p. Museum .children's classes will resume
prohibited-celebrations. ill the new location! Jan. 4.-(Sun News Pho to by Allen) 0,100 O GlFT I ,

He'further Stated that 'he'Jl'fl\\ J ,. '. '. ,
religious pioneers and mission'; JM'AT, AEED ASSISTANCE' ". BLOUSES
tries,-who brought Chrtstianlt\ Grisly Story er
to pagan tribes of Europe, elanIntroduced' :
the celebration of ,
Christmas. r:Wrfr EII.x'"
t Provide ud j
About the year 1100, all the State Centers, Shrhnakt,..
Told III Trial] .
nations of Europe: had accepted .
Christianity and Christmas "was
celebrated with devotion and ]Joy 2,4" Doll. 't.. $.
In' churches, monasteries and Alrplaa/s. 1 4 7
For' AlcoholicsAVON 1 Trucks
homes: The Christmas tree Is Help :' lit-Uti, (API The .tltl'I' Can. LARGEST and
key witness testified
a'fairly recent custom In all D
countries except in Germany pal Richard Worthington
where It was associated with held the crushed skull of t
I Medieval German mystery play PARK fAP -She'* .a bookkeeper of.the Miami clinic, his Jotter mother In a pall of t r Q $1.87
The most popular'of these plays lawyer's 'wlf who liked to en says well dressed women seem water to fake a drowning 1
was the ."Paradise' Play", representing tertainand got to 'sipping cocktails to 'tom, to the clinic more frequently "I .told him. oiht was already
the ct-eadon of man, 'In the hitches Then It became nowadays. The Miami dead,'* Joel Ohhardt said i I
the sin of Adam and Eve and a habit and she] became an clinic ha had 1.708 patients en Testifying Jor the prnaecutliHi, I 4 ,
{ their expulsion from Paradise. alcoholic. record over an eight year Cebhardt. .n amateur weight- '
The play closed with the promise Now this '" man' Is one of stood' litter said the two had beaten
of the coming Savior'aadwlth'a 9,000 of Florida's; 180,000> slco- Of these, 308 have1 been: added Mrs, Angelo Ann) Worthington! A11l.oo '
reference to Ibc rnatJnn. This holes who! are seeking help at vine last 'Jan. I and'' close to (7, with an iron bar lilt Aug. T.' 77c ,
made the play a favorite. pageant the state's rehabilitation cen half are women, Mrs. Sherwood "I followed Richard "into the vlltlN
for Advent. said bedroom, and Angela came la Or Motel ,, ,
Dr; Cliett*also referred,to the ters.Some 1X1,000 others still need NaHonaJ averages say there and I hit her," Gehhardt twtl. S
Jewish. "Fe ival of Lights or help Ire five men to etch woman alcoholic. lied "She fell back Into RIch. \
pedkation" and le..Utl '"eirhji Concerned, Florldlans throuh'thl' ;but Plnardt and paychaloglata ard's srras. Then Richard hither 'Boats, Ucopttii RIYonI' ,
day of observance prior to Dec \ say the figures are sliver! aevenmaybe 10- I to DCICXUM
1954 legislature." established Too Many M
summation he discussed times i SLIPS
I 21. In changing, with an Iron bar I p vI +
the use of Christmas cards St. 'State Alcoholic RehabilitationProgram In FTorida, the ratio! Is see Later, fee said "we wanted I
Nlchol, '-cfu1.tmu music. auppnrtbytax of more, maybe lent, than i-L.aald. to make It appear she had J 4
The meeting! was presided over about one bet cent on hard liq- Betty Joe McCloud. psychiatric drowned." I n OnlY 97 F

by t. R nrsUkill. F1ny'on0members uat.Our octal worker In,, the Orlando MUlOtB CHARGE y
.and guests were pres-. ,philosophy( fro"" the he- c nlc. Worthington 22.year old ml' fI :
ent. ginning." ssys: ISnrmliP1.nArdI't- ."There's'fceen an''Increase In'' "ego sturtept. la accused of rout Flann
dfrectpr of infnrmaUnh services( "women) alcoholics, but it..'hard dering hta fd tr rmofhi;, Mrs! '" I
Meting.ScliecliiledBy \ for th* program. "hM'n that ta eotimatv Many ar*,coming WormlJigton's 'Jbody. alonr wits
ultimately each,,,''larwponuble forwardT that .wmild \.no* tthat: ti0'\<.heqhlsbsn4. .00 iuba, I Mtn'fCard1glA. GOWNSS1.47 .
BryantBurnsTALLAHASSEE ; for working toward have admitted a .weakness be ....f' hl"CahfiOsad } 1
control! : ,and prevention of ales fore." floating .4 tc-: south! ><1* ORtON "
: (AP. Coy. holism" All have to fight the stigma canal '
Farris Bryant and Gov. elect AVON rARK nnflrrrAL of ,being an alcoholic. Oebhardt :A, has admitted' .
Haydon Bum scheduled a dinner Center of thin network Is a M- "AN shark on stigma Is me taking part la the killing and SEA HERS r
meeting In" the governor's bed' hoapltai at Avon Park with of our'major efforts,"'said Pin was granted Immunity trnm ; Flimul
mansion tonight, presumably to outpatient clinics In Jacksonville ardl. "Happily It appears, that prosecution for testifying for the ? ,
diseuas'the nine PeoMcoIa,. Orlando"'jup- we. may J* making strides! ." elate I } t PAJAMAS
University Board 'of. Re pa and Miami. The defense! indicated In the $2.91
gents." '. ,A4mi alon to.. either the clinic DcLand ) llu'llLends trW .before Circuit JIlIf,,' Pat 'I ssValutsl $1.97
.The board replaces! ths eevenmember or hospital 1 I i* voluntary ( Cannon It would try to show that 1 :
Board of Control Jan.L Patteata pay .* their budgets Worthlngtan didn't want to 1 kill' I j .. ...
.Burns lakes of. allow' with ,his foster .
four da'I.War.' a.maximum. fUSO Unit mother. -- -.c.m..e '
tee per day at the hospital or $ .50 "This thing." defense attorney NYLONS
Bryant hu said .repeatedly a the citnlcs. Albert Schrader Jr., told '-lie S '
that he would .make the appoint. Due tn the newness of the program A DeLand man recently Jury, "was cooked oj la the $1.31
manta, taking Burgs' suggestions Pinsrdt says It ls difficult played the key role in aa honor mind of Joel Cehharrtt Shirts! 49Cp.
Into consideration since to measure Its success but figures stationed received by In a U.3. Army. unit i Metro detective' Arthur LMB- k
Burns would have to work with .Indicate it han't been able Germany. and said Worthington screamed. .
Lt. E. A. Beetzman. ion of
the board. to keep pare with the gig "forjlxt me Angela forgive me a
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Baetzman.6tt ,
Bryant's appointees must''' be number" o( alrahoUni.Terhap God" when shown pictures of
N. Hayden Ave, Is firing officer
reviewed by tile Slate Board of *. more important, 1'\\". for C Battery Ith Missile his murdered foster mother two .- .-.-- : !!

Education, of which be Is a anti saya. "Our treatment doe Battalion, ttnd Artillery., sta weeks. after the ala 1ng. 1&Y'
member ,before they can be demonstrate what can be done' tioned. Wuenburg.
presented to' the State Senate sad i our fadUHes provide. .. The battery has bees chosen .IX'11f1 SCALNTI10&: Flannel Cl/l'i
for consideration. training ground tar Interested Individual aa the bet firing\ battery for tke
The Band of Education; ; la *." put quarter; by the oath Artillery IIEPMI5EIVitE, SLACKS
scheduled to meet twice swirl Mo.r.alcoholics oVxi't ling? .lathe Group and also h... beet .; :Cid11.) j, SLACKS
during'' Bryant'* administration. skid row nl Miami 'Jack awarded the coveted Everltt D. 13.00
oBvUJ lit !t. PXenhurj.. Nlaryflv .< Light trophy presented by. the YaJu.' 1 87 Jp7Cerduror
To SolveYoiir per cent af them hold/ Raytheon Corp. In the beet t y BEDSPREADS
Job and support' families. They HAWK missile firing battery for 5INttUOSSl 0
Hair Problems work la Oral. Kay west lira the year $
dentin and .doeen. el smaller Presentation of the award was eCleeete, : .H iiiy Truedeeaan V Twin or F1ann/1
trU6tfe4 eommunlttet.: made by. Brig Gen Richard C. see alai run Siu 52 57 SUPPERS
PDT nxxrasTm Cassidy commanding general of 344 Neei< Inirttfef Sinks SHIRTS 8 7 tlAO

sure It would to the It.32nd Baerxmaa Artillery Is a Brtgsrte.graduate of I ................................... Yaln/1
say that probably per cent do ntllujftjfteelenS '
not consider themselves alenhnl- Tae Oladtl'liltS has served I N. B.vl....... en. ,,,.,", I L .pp.rtU- Hpu1WANKETS /
since Oct. 14, 4N3.
tea "
Pinard&Jd."Dtnlal of
.. the taws seems to be part and S J fiOBEST WEATERSChrlfimai
parcel et the m_.. .

a problem"The readn with) alenhol M tn admit la a la maK a. Specials This Weekend! i Cane "; s 3 6 6 47 Af 'la, s 9r

."step' on the. teed'' ''b .recw.err At .H'' .
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Each alcoholic affects three
six other personj Plaardl said. Lb. 251
The Bumher ol people wite euffer I !.----l Gr.ei 8 Fl, priprT1
frnm al obAtten Indirectly UprohaNy a
'* IIe1 ci a .) ; CMrlst
phencmeaal. '' CARDS
Ire, 'y'fi a
la Florida, almost cue nfflioa s
'r22Q would softer Indirectly, se.e4.mates. .. Bass t, e's-:. .. ';,,. o ,LDa 991 1I01P
.{ i. \ tarfis K7y [ 7AEG
J Aa' koMIle admlttH, H Awns \ Cardl skTREYalul'3.9
Crax Egg'.fJ\; ; sl.0'O
._ Part stays a jnaxtmum X day*. ; f1.50t '" '
There's a. sore way to feD how .. J .. 53'.66
r1aiagYr.._......... .l' many have bees >sent ... rheir a.yU.. .l ? |.f Jaslk;: 'On\Y\ Mot) iWldoui
toward ,
c- all ", .... ,.... Wit way save Wa herped.recovery nm* retvm,1cInIe' Chicken Necks :9'. 'FREE '
..,.. ... FRUIT
-not aelr hwtap,tsar s ,arse
to their farmer'aehtts. istcrs6a8 Ih. fe.
.. the hit
sill taw I \ m
2lb' Sal .asdw There to tw knows eve fly *! Trans .
u. b 6
cad ....?y kMfMt way cnfcoiiam. n.-aJt IIIIIe can recover 1,T ,Ilk *f Cef It4 Ik. SPRAY

BU. rwftU...kti1**** to the pact where he uabstalai Chicken Gizzards 29' FREE! ,
fmm drinking but thereto .,,.. torBYule
;.r;.:;rteiwrkurtobeCKERP a*medJcta wWch l aOow him 8 tr3ni 1 ,Ch Fnll .>;
.." M drink BortaDy a/all awl tot hewxn -
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w IUI' bar ,HIt aD.I 8AilDWs 29 u.

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r". Seaeearaged to *. iraels> to k'LY1SFrebSea; :
= $ arid, .. ergaatstller alai a* AleoaeCca l 1
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Earns $1,000In at t s"Jsr t tl THE NEW A&P MEAT PLAN

One DayKEY Buy "Super-Right" Mail and Get What You Par For Day In & Day C

WEST (AP Thanluin I II r

I the help of a mAIl he defrauded GUARANTEED QUALITY!

with bad checks, Harry e : s Y
York was let out of Jail for ont t-
more than In .ur Maw Jaekaanvllla'
to earn I
day Tuesday .waivhakiaa.. 'IncamHti .....
nooo .f beef from tee prime .i-o And the same man Sam Golan '">, ..... af in* mtMn anaarafully >
wI E 'InwMtid end. thaaka
a former crtrainal r far autiity. ar AAP awn Inaoantora
,a\rver from Chicago. will con.I I i t ,, lit addition,' a, ruinwaat .
helping York make money at, timed eseseteeIreWIaMyt., .
for 111 % E1 Sty, ..ft tr.l aa'uAa A1 ?
until his one-year sentence N W ;t }? tamara .f fin, tender*anta ea.
next July.
had; checks up cur tratfltlanalty' i / '
York 1 11 a 54.year.old profe- 4* YOU MUST it "wTI'IOt
!tonal artist mho agenda all hU \ / OR RtFUNDtD vows MONIV
'pare tune painting In his cell ; "*UM" RIGHT-' OUALlemn.nlynm "

at the county Jail here. He awrages ,e I i t a .why. Aap eamtant mamtalna, ear'That' I*
about one painting ..wn aaatlaa. modern maawarahauaa. '
Mara utttf th>
black velveteverytwo
nagtly on
lifVh1'111 eye' Ap "Mrt
days. .It d.stlnsd. for
CHECKS BOL' CED family must pus t. b.

It all started when York, from "checked..,...1. A&C Cedar ten aanitant then pearan aualKvy .
too the ,... ,
Seal Beach Calif, was living meat buyuer
and working In Miami and visiting etie"'....y thst If fer w. will any .rituedyear ....o-
Key West on weekends u are nat eamalataly' aatlafial

staying at Golan motel. York
stld he ran through a $8000
bask account and wrote check Grad'A'' Quick Frozen'YoungTURKEYS
for more than $1000 which Golan
honored. They bounced, and
be was sentenced to a'' year.
He. gradually worked up to
trusty, in the jail )kitchen and
earned the privilege of sketch-

in; and: painting In hli span

tlirw. .
His talent loon became apparent
ICltUlb."SUPEE'RIGHT". .'' ,,,
u completed works started v

filling Us ceU 39'A" 3 tb..33
Sheriff Henry,V. Raskins contacted CUB SCOUT PACK 89 AND OFFICIALS Tick 08 i* chartered to the Euclid Elementary School of De. : ,

Colin-and .the two arranged Land The Institutional representative J. T Walden.with' Robert J. Huff M committee chairman, Leaders include

tor a one-man show la David Staple, cubmaster and the following den mothers: Mrs, Viola, Huff,' Mrs. ,Rosie Lee Williams, and

Golan' motel Holiday Inn). Mrs Sally Mae Earn Boy Scouts serving as den chiefs are Wilbert'Wilson, Irvin Edwards'and James Browp. James 1 '

1,0.:MALICE: Huff, Larry McGill, and Gregory Earl nave been elected by their respective dens to serve-u denners'Heceht activities
*1 Just don: 'believe In.,bearIng included taking, ;part in the homecoming and the Christmas parade and an;induction'ceremony'(aboveJ.

malice, or holding a grudge Future plans include a Christmas party, Scouting anniversary in February nature hikes, and''an- Easter 'program. Picnics i i Whole 27 Sliced 3

against anybody regardleM what of David Staples, Cubmaster, was recently awarded the Scouters Award, This is presented for the application.of train 6 to 81b.Ayg. LB.. ; LB: 5;
who they are or they've
done," said Golan : ing and for three years of service. Mrs Williams, Den Mother, was the recipient of the Den Mothers pm.
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'1t: floored me" said York "
s-hen- he .learned of Golan'! *.geatyre. Page/ -DtUND FLORIDA( ) SUN NEWS WEDNESDAY DEC II, 19t4 Safely "SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER WESTERN .

"Under the drcumifances, : 1 1Yuje Tips
,.find. very few mm who Negro Neivs .r

wood Golan.act 'a* decently. a* Mr. IN WASHINGTON POST' Told On FiresJACKSONVILLE Lamb Shoulder 1 39',

Golan and. Haitdna sent out' 'Program Sd '
: (AP) The
mare than'109 Invltatieni to the -
opening of' the show and the Veteran Newsman Views'Moods' Tau Intermediate Department State day'sevetal Boardof Health, said: to SWIFT'S PREMIUM BONELESS SKINLESS COOKED
persons have died
aterttt arranged for a one day ,
of the Edith' I Stark Elementary :

ptrole Back for In York..U* cell lut night, School! will present its annual and'needlessly gave-1 from advice. fire which this could year Canned Hams 5 $
i Christmas program tonight 3.89"SUPERRIGHT
Ytvk said one canvas and leven prevent similar tragedies; ,the
velvets brought around 1000. Of President at T:30 in,the school! cafetorium. tutor

0 i punt to. continue I working AH parent and friende'arsi In, AH fled heater must have
and,, "IS hours outside vents and trailer are *
palatine a day"4UJ sited to attend QUALITY LEAN
: -he is released.Golan Just u important as homes/said
has tit WASHINGTON (AP! ). .Preil- la the affiance are I IGathering' A. W. MorrI IIn' Jr., director ef
arrangtd a continuous Chang
showing\ York works drat Johnson appVoadin .1\1i.. necessary, h* .realizes, but they,.! Set ._ ... 4' the Division Sanitation; which Ground Beef

t li his motel until hi*'.release.jAa hilt term "In a mood of cautious must not\ be forced by the United 'Th* E: Club' Invites all present' licensee.' to his future,York said he rMponslbUlty ai he ponder how. States. And so at tar as the and "member of the or oil stoves must be
paat cub) vented to be "
sans to live I and Work here to':use the vast power' of the MLF.or any variant of It Is concerned life, h* said
whenhe finishes, his lenten*.. presidency and the'might of-the h* has| returned Amerlcm to be present at.a pre-Christmu ?hey also must be kept la good '
nation he leads,". the Washing policy'to what It was la the fireside gathering .t.the Come working order : 1 j

Customs' ton Pea(; aald today. eitly. Kennedy years: If the European munlty Center at I pjn. today, Morrison suggested that all r :; ; l r ",

fDR Looking' back"toward two' of .alllea. rlJ'p" .' *onomethlng Refreshments! ,will be ,sehed. rubbish around stoves be' cleared, that away paint;from torpentlMand btt, PIAIDSTAMPS' ,
his predecenors+ ;'the t Po t reported to Improve th* alliance fP STAMPS' '
ell be I ,
aimed In
v the United States will a \

y', Are'' Revivecl'a 'M ')1.U John T, ,. Kennedy give It'careful consideration.. Porter Infant ash plscf the Kitchen: that the exhaust fan I -thlsCu.e, '"d ,urehue N' '1, I Wit thti' c...*.. and puree... at I
ever stove be cleaned
VIET: If AUViet Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Dft" Ana rate. I,,-.. Sue
''ft him not only. as Inherl-- of., accumulatmf 'i
Johnson lane* of specific problems but a Nero: HI* lint Instinct Porter, '11" S. Parson St, wilt heaters ant be close window Instant Coffee ';:. ',1'I i Ground Cloves 25' I I IJAX

? legend of style and grace whlrhrankln was to call hla adviser together I I ,.) np.thlze with them In the. curtains or.other.material white; ,. t2 It 14 MX 11 11a
him became it won such there is only one war death of their 9.monfhold: son, could burn I CM.pees Gael Tit,,, lueday a... to.I I Caupana O..d Thru Sundty, a... I*, u I
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? WASHINGTON fAPPnddent ) pralsev" going en, let's win It- It did not Anthony Porter which, occurred '"Another thing 'to remember I : :

Johnson li picking up precedent Franklin U. Roowvelt ls IUD take long to discover that It war at SCS'p.m.; Tup.dY'at Fish U that carbon monoxide can km .._..........._....--t.... ; L..__ _______
from his po1Jt1ral'14oI and his major hero but\ he U determined far from that simple just a* quickly a* fire," Morri.
tutor Franklin D. Roosevelt, in to avoid what he could Recently he asked Sen. Rich- M.m rW'llllpltaJ. son'said. "That. the reason fof SPECIAL LOW PIICII
die fields of official oratory. aad era an FDR mistake everu. aid B. Russell the Georgia Other surviving relatives, In- vent for stoves. And it a Import URGE
diplomatic niceties. tog his mandate after his great Democrat who la chairman of elude four brother, Willie ant to have a little,treih air lathe
iTbeHouat announced 19M victory. the Senate Armed Service Charles Porter Henry Earl houRe.." COCA COLA Hd. 29x

Tuesday'that: NEWS ANALT8DI I Committee'"what he thought' ef Porter Daniel Porter'and,Richard Last year 242,person s died rrf ,, '
delver .
Johnson w3! i nightt The Pout article, a new analysis dropping some bomb to teach and his lire *,nd explosion! \ \ S' n ida, 201 .. URGE rLDRIDA .
t m* address to Congress and the Chin. leason idea Porter; grandmother of eTN. Of CTM. OF 4 eTN. Of '
WM'*tgn d by ChalmertM a one them 1A home .In 1962. the ELI
n* people on the Stats of the Mil. Dorothy Lee,Edwards.Funeral Avocados
Onion on Jan. 4 rather,than the !Robert, ont el the newspap got around Washington., the arrangement are Incomplete total was 228 with 703. of themIn AOL KINO slat !! OT ,19/
Port said Rassrtl laid that th horn.
ere veteran capital ebuerver. : *
iwal noontime report Note Arthur J. Mack Funeral <
I Roosevelt deUvered ate H. wrote of Johnson t t"He would. mean war with China. Home la in charge 45 36 41 ; ANJOU } i./
$* -of.tho-Unkm addreis at' 9 knows full well what the 80, he asked Rumen whether LBJ Pays'Tribute Pears li.i
w* should pull out our troop, u 17
{km.: on Jan. 3, 1938 Johnson problem are, at home and Thomas Services e .
picked the same hour kaa one abroad but like many a president I. Sen. Wayne Morse DOr.. demands. To Armed :Forces
!been presented at night before him \he hni com to Russell\ laid that would Funeral ,services for Morris Jan Pucker P>"mpkn). *r FRISK .
t NEW: ENVOIS: realize that the chief executiveIs shock the non Communist WASHINGTQN!>) Presl. '
Thomas age 67. 417 E.: Ohio t Pie tJ": 49c Cranberries
f From BOW on new ambassa not the only power U the \land world,, Ave.. who died Sunday will be dent Johnson sending a special Blueberry :Lb. :291
don to the United State will bereceived nor la the United State omnipotent Th convanatloa "reinforcesth Thursday at 2:30: p en. at Friendship \ Christmas message to members.
la the executive man In the world" PrHldllllt'l1M that the Baptist Church. S. Parson of tilt U.3. armed IOI'C'H.' expressed no Ditiaouj : ,
don proper,Instead of.the prel. Three major problems taN only thing to do la more of the St. with the pastor the Rev S. "great pride. and deep lane Parker ever 2/S Frail t NvtaFruit :

dental office la tile west will.t the President, tile Post laid lame only better Ja part aa a Roberta, officiating! Burial will appreciation" Tuesday for, their Apples .'a ., U.19: ;
<\t b. present their credentials They cad his thinking,.la brief means of containing Chinese follow In th* family' plot la Community steadfast devotion and radl Cake
tight of them did xpanilonlsm. He want BO .war
M Tuesday are: Cemetery : eons to defend our nation heri HIJHRIPI
$e Blue Roonu< Roosevelt .'.. Atlantis aniancf He did not with China and h* teals thatdlepping The body may h* viewed al tate" _

gelled 'envoy* In th tarn try to dictate to British Prime\ bomb would mean the Charles P, Bailey Funeral f'A we approach this holy Bananas a' Lb. 1O
: Minister Harold Wilson oa the such a war" Horn chapel: today from I to 10 season all la not serene," Johnson 5 ? a .
iWhen Johasoa ipeak* oa the multilateral nuclear" fort concept The Great Sodrtyt Reallyhisknee pjn and Thursday from I a.m. said $399. PASCAL .
sight of Jan. 4. he will be addressing 1 : ,
of Improving the quality until service time, **
and he has done hla bMt to In Southeast Asia American
the tint session of the ennvtflc French President of American w. ADd It he cat servicemen are giving their .>J> Celery 2' stalks 25
Bath Congret aa addrwi tII.tW1JI of
1 2 rent Amedeane.out
move or per Play
be carried by television and Charles de Caull that ha I le not of the lives M that other may be free
fadlo network out to cause him.trouble.Troops << poverty group to shape their destiny. _
fit was the second senton each year h* wffl have don alh 0 Th. Sunday school of Sethi- Ta this time of both joy and .
( T4th Congreu that Rooseveladdressed ope Trade Fire believes caa be done in that hem Baptist Church will presentIts lorrow, It Is my hope that everyman

on that January night tun. Chrtatrnai play "A Dream and woman uniform will
tt yean' ago. HU'speech, broad SINGAPORE" (API-A) ipt+d- M OUI' of the Christ Chad" at T pm. realize the essential aaturt cl .. '
dist by national radio networka boat loaded with armed Indonesian Sunday' Th* Sunshine Iced ol the task lie or she la perform' WEIfI'S

was a ringing defense of the traded fire with a Malay- SERVICE STATIONPriirson's the church will\ sing a medley ing" iRtEN61ANt iREtNaUNY Welch de '
Jfew Deal and Its policies and a Ilea territorial army unit (tattooed ef Christmas\ canrii and the Johnson laid he wanted to ex
tinging attack on Its opponents oa an Wand on Singapore Oirlntmai tree will contain prevents press "my special thanks" to Green Peas Niblets Corn '- m /i

lie declared '1 recommend toCongreit Tuesday night. and randy for the chlldr. **, tone who mu t b*: leparatei' 1 ll. 1tAt i% 3 em $1.00 > that we advance that There WIT BO known carnal- Tee public Is Invited, and tram their families oa the com 39c 2 Q
f do not rehwaL"fiEAC6 tie, officials reported today. members are urged to attend Ing. holiday aet Cans OJCJiln a orivtarjW

j Danamzo! Th* Incident took! place, at p e' eapkGnq!

pie painted\ gloomy ptctur fcXdjam. Pelapah Island. 34 (gi'GIVS OESToUbscne53rd
it world attain and said M coaJdered mUse oft Singapore la ,the Sin- ,"''lIk ,nllt,... :
(' withauteaetle 4 gaper Straits Anniversary tfclak "' ......... I
ay.nations gw .f,
ed by th* evening and "
anunenta tostertng Q WIlL Heyarned The Quern of the South Chap- i '
of "a tttuattoa wfclck wrap won by' rime of th* WHITIIfOUSI
has in it many of tile lsmMta cone la the audience. Mrs.Renevdt tar ftf' Eastern Star will celebrate ; : DIET 'etJe.43c ...eeesss.NN./.s.s..e..s
'the fed anniversary\ at 1 : EYAP.MILK
that lead to the tragedy *f gee. sat la the douse gallery .
aral war." with her .na- a.lae and the Evergreen: Wnmaa dub at *_..;.. Can.. .. I II&IIT Q'QDeK .I
J Roosevelt was greeted wttlioa.ot daughter', Mr. and Mrs. John I p.av, Sunday Dec 37.Th EGG HOG & I I
win be
r tered; the applause House chamber when to *vie*.. Bomlger.Outside.. .. Capitol police had a by tile Mrmoa Rev T. RGriffia.delivered. pastor I N.N... ek.e.w lR : Coffee Safe I c -

arm of his see. J anw. Ta* kit of trouble keeping the .*. III St Aaaia Prtmittv Bap.Ut CRACKERS 37c ; I CTJL 0'

house had a solemn appearaac ttusUstle crowd la oro .r. Many Church. His eongregatloa and Ii! ._....'. I.... .: I.
choir also will b "..,.
that Bight, its only color providPORIOlf without ticket attempted to preeeatAn SALTINES 29c i i 6
Easter: Star 1IfrIIIId
.. erasa the gate la aa effort to
.1 hear A. president.. Matter Maaoa are urged te be i :
ii: Ira are Ithlee i
S, preeent. Qua ef UM South RECORD ALBUMS 1" '" '1S-et. T.aill1T

US SAYS: Five Day Forecast member win furnish th* re- i : Iw' !e I i I l ensN
feeht0.tb. Ta*: public la la COCKAL & 69C tl99'
It You Don't KIVJWJrwflry ty TIt. AttMiaUf' epeeTemperatures \1ta4. Mr*. M. A. Culpeppw Is
KnuwY will avenge aor W\'II'tb7 D\ltroa. M ,.,.. Hod ..... -. :1 7 91
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.:f J w :ltr"LES nut to tare degrees above aor- t SWEET,MOB.S1LS tsc'

maL Kormal higha U to 11 lath Wo4 .VetataDiimiaMd ,-W r ........ .._ \ .Jae lilt IWI..... :
9 IFERREIL aorta. TO* ta the awtk. Nor : Mr*. Johaal V, COFFEE He w>: :. ..fl.,l+D/INbranr. '
mallows 45 to >B I ta the aorta. a Birch. lit w. New Tort Av*. .rwawr.w. 211 S.
M. to CS la the south.\ Warming aosmtl.l&'0crWe ."" ._t ',. eer Boalnud

JEWELERS tread trill bfrta.Thursday cad ..1 Vtlhrle -W It's '.T.,C. LEE! MARGARINE.f7c. 4 P "

Thursday alght. rrodpttattoa Admitted: Mr*. Ruby Lee 1 H! ere/1CnIYh. ...... h IMe t1EISCIIITS'
wit be ere quarter to lilt bit Oa 1he'B1n. Barvey. Eaterpria Mwa''J2.I.I21' lOc '
fun 'ar.Eri w
i I mainly: la the Dbnlseod: Mr. Sties C Melaw. -" deOrrrt ir I .
mat tkajjr w tt* weekend. troll; SMIi t4'M N1R m W. DMHai St. I
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I If. BF Chapter PEO .\

I RNA Elects Officers .

Hears Talk On
Mrs May Russell wt elected ,
i\, Oracle *| the SUvwr Moa ramp '

\\ Rill al Nhbor *f Amejlra, at Art Of
,\.tt : for' Om@D 'I the. miHHtMC held last night at aM toe Giving I
': the horn *c Kirs Madgt Home '
\ r f.: y'; E New fork Ave. I The "Art of oMtf was tit, I
I ..DRSDIIItL: ... .; .dlM AIM chosen,to serve for tins I cuMert at UM pntram glveaMii

coming veal' ware: Helen i:ares \. I +a, r" : RusMat. M. Fanning
__ .."... _a, .. .
: \ oraclt: Mary Dormein v hrn .i* ipokt yMMrday at a
Canadian Van 0ageBThr f m .
ender: Deism Huvemon r*' ..4)1d' )s ',>, tinmry! of Mr*. Alfred B.

Holds Christmas Party \'1'1M.dre. Horne. mal hal tA <\, jht. W Hoary AM, with
Girl SpeaksAt il Mary Lear manager, Dorothy M < Henry day at c 'Iwsteti.Mi .
Lrlh past oracle
Members of the orange Bio. s Curtis M. Lowly ptftt'Dtoed
The birthday bank and silver talk Christmas Year
a on
ECW Meet\ of torn DeLand Circle held ef the their Garden Chrtatmai Club 1, r I collection' \ amounted h> IT Ago at Cotty 00.:.." the col-
1 1I It was announced that there lee owned and operated by
Party last night at the home of will be a change In meeting 1 PEO Sisterhood

Mrt Edward Furlong. first Miss Alberta Golf Country Club I I place Meetings will be held at
A. C. Frank was The next meeting wilt b* at
Estates Mrt.
Me ot tilt Episcopal ihe home' ot Mrs. Russell 340
o.hMlt"'I. the .horn ef Mrs S. R. Lan,.
Church Women St. BarnabasFplscopal I S. Osreola Ave.
business ton. W Unlxerslty Ave. wttto
Church; ; Introduced Following a brief A Chilstmas poem taken from .
Miss Bonnie Motfat. guest meeting inert was .a gin ex the Royal Nl'llhbtlr'I'1lltuill.' ., Mrs Howard Stover as caho- -
speaker at a recent meeting: 111 Mange and carol singing. Refreshments was read by Dorothy ib. The i less. Mrs E. F Marshall will
were served by the give the program en "Th Art
the croup 11the' CantecbwyIIouae. special award of the evening .
'. bost......: went to Madg Horn. of Thinking .
Mist Moffat presented* slide\ Those present were: Mrs. Ci a. Refreshment and a gift exchange During the social hour ,.- .'
as the spoke of her being: a Van Andrew Mra. V, P. Atkins. MitE r followed the meeting.The I 1ti freahmenta were served to the IS
Girl for the Angelicas Church In R. Darling Mrt J. B Kerr. next meeting will b* at member present *
Canada last summer As a Van Mrs E. S. Unebaugh Mrs. N. the horn of Mr*. Rusacl) Jan.
was used for travel over the W. MacDonald Mrs. M. D. Me 19, with Mrt. Ktagsley at hot Sun News Carriers *
province of Manitoba, hence the Kenzle, Mrs. C. C. Humes, Mrs. I'...
van Girls were named. TIlt Van ,C. E. Shriner Mrs. F. H. Barn Ihap )llirthday Today :
was named tor St. Augustine and hart and Mrs. A. H. \testervelt. AN Chapter PEO Sets Entertained At Party
is equipped with bunk beds,and Miss Florence Harshman Ohio She's Five Years Old
living facilities. This Wi..: her: was:a guestbeLaiid. Friday For Yule Party Mien Holly Terry, daughter of Mr. and )lr.. Charles Terry i DeLand Sun Newt carriers

home during her' stay in Canada. .... 101 >. Cplr Bd..I* t'tl.brsUIIllltr second birthday today *lta a were entertained at a Christmas.,"
Her purpose was,to.,teach and : Terri Lynn Jsckman durhter1 Mr. and Mrs Warren C. Memheis of A Chapter' TEO pepper at the home of her parent. OUMU mill Inertia her '''0.lalera. party held at the Moot Hall C.,
preach as she was mad a lay I. Grange Jackmsn. sot Lality Drive. Is five years. old today The occasion will meet Friday for their annual, Cheryl and Dawn: and her rrandparenta: Mr and Mr*. Alabama Av., last night Approximately
reader These girls In Vans ao 0 DeLand war celebrated by the family at a birthday dinner tuts evening. Christmas party and luncheon Oeorg Lehman, DLand Highlands The ercatlea also will mark fifty were present
beyond the P r 10 s 11*' culling Members of Grange la the afternoon, Ttrrl brother Scott and elder sister. .l.ekle. The meeting will hit at the horn the birthday ot Bar grandfauwr, Including several adult carrlara
Parish and someUmrs drove IS 18: will hold a Christmas party and some neighborhood. playmaUs enjoyed cake and ice cream ot Mrs Harold Lynch, DeRary, A spaghetti supper! war served,.
square miles and would ace only tomorrow night at the Chamber. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mr. Henderson Coins at 12.30 p.m. Member of the prepared by Mano'i Restaurant
five (arm houses* Not having ot Commerce Building, beginning Hsrrogate, Term, and Ttrrl's paternal grandmother la Mrs. IrentJackmaa social cnmrnirieet. win b*' In Fish, Wttt rduila Lions Club Den toUowtnf the supper, two,
enough Priests coming from with a cmered dish supperat of thla city charge ot III. luncheon,arrange films were shown to the" groups
England. Canada .has. made 6:30 p.m. Grangers are asked ments.1egion. hospital Record, one about the World Fair and.
women missionaries. Teaching' to .bring a dish of food and another of the 1M4 Daytona 50C
table service. Also bring marked Post Tht ,...,.. haw. In.Fhh Scene Of Dinner
Church discipline and how to There Chapter 16 OES Auxiliary Malt. Ica.NlKwlnf..1. ".,e ,....wnd tr Race Gamea were played sad
pray was a most spiritual\ ex gifts for man or woman. Social Notes. Han For Yuletide Party tea 0.1..... cwt Nawe taC.YI gift distributed to all present:
perlence for Miss Moffat and will hf'o a box packed for some Christmas John Bird. Circulation\ Mss

she plan!. now to" return to needy family, and canned goods Has Christmas Mrmbert. of the American I.*. Memorial Party ager and Bob McKlbbn, sir'
Canada lava .lull. time mission! for this box are .rw ueated.> An and Comments glnn Poet, Unit! Six and Auxiliary ADMlMln\91 I aiatant circulation m a s a g e r .
r ary. ., Grangers and friends! are wel will Hold their annual Chrlif- I Flank Holbrook, 1M( S. Boundary Approximately\ 100 members were. hosts of tile evening. '

BuMnoM Meeting come. mil Party at I pm. Saturday Av'*.. Unit I; Frank Rodlra and greets attended lilt annual

During the business meeting Relations, reported Program PartyA ..,... .....,t Havln. '.ueatet In the Legion Hall. Jr.. 1301 W, Voorhli Av*., Unit Christmas dinner and party for
ol Christian I..............' ". h.s and
Mrs. Ellis Wilson, president Introduced Each member la reminded to I. LJoni dub member held at the
92 ,women spent 17.040 eta.e p.ena.sltams. ... .t ."....
the guests, Mrs. hours on packing ,and shipping Christmas program highlighted tit n. aun N..... ,....... w...., bring a |l gift marked for ladyor Jf \ mALet Den last night
I Charles Ray and Mrs Walter boxes to the Cuban refugees in the mHilnllallt nlgnj at r.W.,..Hu.I. 141Idnd. Call In Hunter sae W.naa'e,ers.n.l man to be put under the tree. Mrs Major Sing 115 N. fhln. The Modernalrt, a tinging Wt will deliver! leer tiff fin,
Bennett and welcomed) the mem Miami. the DeLand chapter II. Order ot ,,Sheen ....... 114.a..". and \Hem for a food basket to pen AN*., Emit Racine Dl group from DeLand Senior High chains fr friends end. tile'
bers. The ECW. budget for 1965! was Eastern Star, annual Christmas asi "be gt\en to a needy family. ton. School prevented a program otappmprtat lives mil. Deliveries will k*
Mrs. Frank Rush, recording presented and adopted A gift party Mrs. JoAnn Connell, \/ XaMell R. Booh It tpend-' -- -- -- tonga ol the i *son.Three reed it yeti M'"y, I' .'.'/
secretary, reported on theDeanery ot $1,000 was presented to>> the worthy matron.. greeted 1C..tlfrom lag the Chrlstmal holidays with lutpt"r 186, OES WV Memorial special\ awards were gtvn Ckrlitmit Itrtl xWt
meeting In Satellite of St. BamabaJ Churchby Illinois, MaasachuaettSi, AnMm510 tnI 1 during the evening. '''1111''... '
Beach. Mrs. W. V. Morrow reported Vestry. members for the New York a ltd Ohio, when they his parents, Mr. and Mrs Fred Initiation PartyMember Brian Stephens, Nor cE; Cut' I 'tllcUm (
th ECW
Chriirmta mission boxes met In the chapter rooms at the rick R Book Jr.. DrLand. Highland lava Rntt Rout Onto. Highlight ef the affair was *l CITtM?
building fond for the new. of Volusla the FRUIT MARMAUDIJ, UNDIII
were seat torch. Rev. William Masonic Temple. Alrmaa Book la M Chapter D11N1tN11l1Mr ringing ef Christmas carols ,
Ley, .ayer."partner in South church.ONken' wAt During a short business meeting on a 1>S..Order Of Eastern Star, will 'a. Mlnni McMahon Lutheran *. Guest at **ch tabs sang In ant CONflCTIONl ..;
Dakota .the n rt4 members wen reminded of day leave from Ofrutt Air Fern meet at I' pnr, 'ttdly..t tilt Retirement Center Jerry ernnpujnon \11'I1'| | ihot" pf other Cvitim l eked In All .frlctItnji

Mrs. John Taylor, chairman conclusion officers of the meetIng wen- the rummage sale scheduled for Base; Omaha,>Nebr., when ni MasoniQ Temple chapter room. GUchrlit, Cary, N. C.t Mrs tab!**, and gina were. prevented *. I
i the following 4 i with the $44th The highlight of the meeting will to the winning tables John
Atrospac .
elected. Mrs. Arthur C Nielsen, Saturday at 109 E. New York urea C. Rolf, 401 R Plymouth "Olrts Fer.Ad": I
president Mrs L. O. Barrett Ave., starting at 7:M a m. Rfc tt. tech. Wing. be the Initiation of then new Ave Mist Lynn, I. Morey, Do- Cornwall led the singing 0
Official Agency first vice Mrs Sidney A Christmas' program wa.pre'I'IIt.d member followed by a Christ Leon Springs.: Mill Jean Ellen. Banta mad at app*rbaciwith AILING'SGIFTS
Stvibbs. second vice president; by Debbie Mertz, MIM Maureen KaMcmaa, renter mas party and gift exchange niabury 540 W New York Av*,. gift for. all the ladles. ,

"- Mrs ;'Frank Rush, recording Wanda Gall Kelley and! Debbl It DeLand High School, war !Mrt Morrlt A. Hagstrom and Infant LM Swallowt wit In chart & FRUIT
w secretary: Mrs. Stephen Marvin, Watson, who entertained with elected to McCall t Teen Fashion Trivial Club son, Rout three: Mrt. Marl of the nffalr.
Christmas duets ...,, '...< D.L....*
songs, piano C. Gltssford Mute twt| lets > <
corresponding secretary{ Mrs. Board. She la a third) year Members ot' th* Tri Stat Club The Vrw ...
treanurer.Mrs. and Christmas reading. Mr*. horn Brian RtephNM. rierson. Auxiliary will furnish Miway' 11.59 *.-.t trueS .
Elmer Mertx economic student. Man-
WATCHESTTftrldfanatii : Donald Mertx accompanied the will hold a covered dish supper candy and fruit
,W. V. Morrow presented" r*. will be asked to voles her it
tonight the: Tourist dub, her
at the
girl piano
for precision orchids to Mrs. LeRoy D. Lawso opinions, and to; vote, op certain ginning at 6 All -auatiltntieaneretil.tiuMti MMtiele'eti' ..-- -4'1'edYl-
Th dean i p.m. are reminded -
Chapter rooms
flees ..51.1M out Urr artsy.." and Mrs, Ellis th,VUsonJ.for ECW forth rated In the Christmas them fashion Ideas\ She that will affe<1IH.n.p 'I to bring canned goods to DeBary 1
their service gfrls. 11'a National
Def/iaV!* Jeweler past year. The member et grin gaily wrapped packages Honor !Society member, and Ja the meeting, which will later
'I h* dlatributed to the
t 13' Nsrtb Cultural tIM executive boast presented a Christmas wer placed her under a lighted- the active In Trt HIT. She is employed ? needy. Bridge Winners
geld charm to Mrs. WUaon, retiring | by Stjlemaker. If
.Han* 1M-U37 social hour refreshments were : a fabric. your family It small why
p"llt.nt.Castle served from a taM covered ahop. Girls are nominated' by not roast a half or quarter Twelve table wen in play
their horn economic teachers turkf)'. If you can't buy a half
a9aalpta with a lace cloth and centered yesterday at the Denary Dupll-
from all over the United Staten or quarter turkey auk thehtdcher
with lighted taper and greenery. rate Pildg Club held III the
A panel of judges on MeCall'aFanhton to divide a bird for )'nil.
Mr Louts Hantsrhk Recreation room at the DeBary
Farms Board elect the girlsselected The youll have turkey for now
played background mule during Fir Station Mist Ethel John-
and a portion for tilt fieeiwr
the evening Mr. and Mr*. ton was director
James Connell wets hosts Mr. Virginia I. iWc&eenn] Nnrth eouth winners ware:
Orange City was given a ime,> Ruth Visit and Mrt Myrna Accsrdl ,
,Dairy :store Mrs. Sparrow Shows year schnlsnhip from the Inl-' aM bfDY'ftt : Mr and' Mn Arthur
vanity Council for Attenrlanr* Wheatley second: Mice Ethel l r
at the Nursing Jktmrt al Mary Johnson and' hits Myrtle Dunnbarhe. .- t N
Films On Travels At t Karl Vocational school, Daytona third: Col H. R. Fntiiey
301 East Plymouth (Corner Pine) ..cll. )I,.. M,...... I* the }) and Mrt. Mary Meyert, fourth. .

,.OPEN9TOI-JDAYSA WEEK: Holly Circle' Meeting wU of the lay. r=. .. MrltrMm.Kb Cant: .west winners weri Mrs. "" d1.d r'y 'yi P 1ry .
wa on. of four to receive, David Ringer and Mr*. Lori '
Ih. scholarship which war a \1" Weeks, first: Mr and M..... E. M.
Mr Frank L
Sparrow, Interlake
competitive enamlnathn, At the Hlnkl' second: Myron Acrsrdl\ r .
Rd, was hefa In member completion/ of the course she will and Mrt Loretta Munann, third, J' 1/ {
JEEKBSffiCHl of the Holly Cirri el tile receive her Registered Practical Mrt. W B. Cook and Mn.. J. D.Ml. 7
Garden dub of DeLand peeler. Nur't Certificate fourth de''tie
-> day at their annual Christmas .
party Mrt. Merton 1.. Taylor Tapt. and Mrs. Marian K. /j' ) t4i'1
was eohotM.Mr Rarer ate the parent' of a "t'Wt Auxiliary Plan

'. J. J. Mire. pmMMt.included daughter laws at I p.m. lire 1) To Hold Joint Supper y
In the meeting a brief In Cheyenne, Wyo. The young

report of the November boardnwMlnf lady weighed |Inch eight pound.., ..lJ A joint flipper/ 'for Ml'ftlwraot a
ol the DL* dub., IktMl A.... The p a Un. 1randparenft and the UdiM Auxiliary will M { .0.f

Aa exchange of gifts a* period\ war part oftk M rk rt E. lento Camphof at ':30 p.m Th* turkey will be
ALL HARD CHEESES program, after which Mr; law, and tk* material grandparent furnished by the Post member
and Mr*. Sparrow showed colored are ('sf. add )Irs. KnHrkiMttrakaek and Ih. Auxiliary will furnlskih
alld. accompanied I by a trav Fort Wartb, \rf.*hl** and 4Mrta.
Nw 'Tech Slat Sharp Cheddar Uttta n..* elogu ef their recant tip aroond Tn. There will b* a girt exchange I ,
Master crky JA........ .)*. Close, awtM, the world. They ipeclaUnd In HAPPY BntTHOAt TODAY JIif ,Mowing tie. supper. A)0n ,
MOd (Ck.d. r, Ccratrr Clara Leek Ck* M.Kraft showing picture' ol #.7"l
the JHoly TOW., M. nalkmM red liariMglMa. hrlnglng children I\I aikH t* '
: Cktea. la Itock.lO Land. A mot Intereitinf acne epee _, bring appropriate\ glftt f'f tkent 1k ,

wu th* street called Straight 1 1241.r. .
and ether places mndoltel t. qi mr.: mil TIC DATTh aaomo ananl
: Off the Bihl.. Integrity of tied It to k* (. WI11DAI1NCII11Ttill l )
; chars pr.e.nI.wen measured by Ihelrcviduct> lOt'
P1CPBA C.' Mr* L. Glf.J"O mot'"I W1tIdW \ Books Gifts
It. Bland.Mrt. Ira L. Prewon. by their p ote.tklnt' REDUCED!
Mr*. J, Thomaa .All..... Mine Juntos tOO""1M1lnlfrllNPA /

Tavnt'ay, FrWf, Sctwr1*.?, S*..*y,.(My. Lena Carlaad. Mrt.L. R.Thrall IIOI Of a OR 4 kl1f1fD REEVE & HOWARDIM .ftf'Mtia ft tai. all.
Sacred Heart Circle ,
km. Mr*. Claude f. &.\\11111. Mr. wrrr IWBUIIA ear mule CirmtttlrttMl
L** Mann and Mrt. sank K. Will Hold Bazaar with Ncketsl( i .

For'Th 'Holldiyi OT. IAL8M.50 0..11. : Th. Barred Heart. .Cirri otSt elntite/n eVti.ltlMen...._ 4. ..4oIl J ...w V'\' ar VMH wrtbMltirbtg .

Carnation Circle Yule Peters Rosary Altar flnrl.* ash Inr .
EGG ty- wUI again hold a ChrUtmas a Deytlue After S

( Luncheon In Ormond Bazaar la lilt perish hail N. Ideas! 'y le.gtle fad tail h"-, t

NOGI Delaware Av*., Sunday, Gin Gift ftrnalt.VlMt .
Mint> tnr all .
Mf Nr* ol th* CaraaMmi Clr.d ge*, priced for t
e MM Bt.attn **l th*Garden> dun of DeUw Ckrlatmat dearaae. win lit D hefts. ..
lad a CkrtMmat laadio at old. Tka proceed rerelvH win 1 $..u t i. $,IS.MKw
a* feed. far th* Church fund. ,
J Ball ft**lauraat. Orm4 Inch ALL,: |lent I In Urn fr '
jr a",. Fanrwlag OM back 1. /. Caller, Mrt. Harold Folk.snajs AGES ,
Farm Fiuh oa tM MiMiBtrt bad .(MrCarlatmat ; Mr*. H. L, Cr ry. Mr*. Merd.l W"'t..
party al tk* one *f Chartoa Barrtaoa. Mrs' ferry W.ii.ra. WtUlagten M'J..Uead 0 See
Q"CJaoeo Min Aasa CtawfaH. I* Obmlalflrcte. lure, UTP. DaaaM KarffatfUtav' 14Vi t* UVtta.
MILK'idU 49 : OrwM4 B.rh. Mrt. Mrs. Ttaotl** .MrCven.Mntnibar arIaN': 1ii1I
turn Maim war ctt-VKtAM. OU. Mr*. Chasten
GAL Mews awd.IM twiM.s 1ae Mar, Mr*. _.,...8...... 4.99 t. '17.95SLIPPERS t '
1e lese*a.e wer- Mrs. Charter. ..... ,....liken and lilt. C.CHRJSTMAS f ft

-. w' Bfl.... Mr*. t4aa BnMk. Met w'Maeeeeu,, '_ t,,

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Mr*. John F. Kennedy and her .

Children are expected hi arrive
la La Qui ta this weekend to

spend the Chrlstrnu vacation fa

with her itater, Princess Let
judztwin teJ.1

John P. Elsbsrh: a loa Angeles .
Investor has made hit

$280,000 home available to Princess .

Radzlwllltori ;

Kennedy la expected to
accompany her slater from New

Yor CIty. :


dent Johnson acted ai Whit

House guide when a fellow Tex
an tame to call 1
The President escorted! Oveta

Culp Hobby president of the :' ;
Houston Post to the west lobby '
Tuesday to ihow her a painting '

by the American artist Frediic :

Remington It U on loan from L .

the Houston Museum of Fine Art in la J;" ..'' f'V.


G bori claim against the

city of Loa Angflea (or $$100.000 ELKS BLOOD DRAWING RN Velma Deakin gave Elk Lawrence Lankford

has 'been' rejected" by the City his preliminary medical checkup before (donating a pint cf blood, during Monday

Council Red Cross Blt>oq Drawing at the: Elks Cyti| (Sun Npw! Photo by 'Ulen) J
The actress Wed the claim on .

t 111e. ground that a municipal rips I PEUND (tt\OltDijSUN) NEWS WEDNESDAY, DEC 19641 Y' ii'II
demolition of ," "
completed W '
crew '
'T. ( ,
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her home after it was damaged "I I .
la the disastrous fir that swept FOR THOSE WHO HAVE EVERYTHING : Florida

the fashionable Bel Air\ district -

I in.City 1361, .official claimed! Miuc.bor'I8'1Icnd News Briefs M '

repeated notlcei Here's Some Gift Tips :, '
I to clear.her property "

Chess spread from India to nile Judge Lamar Wlnegeart Jr.- '

Persia, then Arabia and to west dnesn think a recent advertise- .. : ooa ted :: : ,

,era Encyclopedia):Europe" : according Britsnnica to the If 1 Money's No Object)] mont needs.Ht .will product an aide he \ bllx\ F : :

LIOAL "OTIeall said the ClvU. Service $ 39 lUll it.
Board ad\ertlied for a Juvenile -

NOTICE' or tHiftirra ..ALI_ NEW'YITIK\. rAPJ-tfor) the cab.116 pick up a mink jumper, Court counselor, bachelors degree \ h ,
JUDICIAL CIFfUT OP man wornap. child!, and yes, white mink knickers, or Persian required, at a starting"sal. 'nebt1ce I' ::, "', .
L0LUSIADCOlivTYA ,FOR VO-' e\en the pet who hssfevery; ).mb".lackJ. ary. of $1M biweekly : 2.8 $\195" ( '. '
Law Nit II ,let thing. then Is still hope this For ,the man of, the hoiue. If Right next to it was an advertisement -
TOUT JsATIONAI, BANK AOTRCeT'COMPANY Chrietmaf he'a. a drinker, from Neiman. for a street cleaner, ,

a Mtlanal banking 'torprtraiuinriaintiff OF rTSTtB" With a hefty' check, then art Marcus a violin case concealing eighth grade education prefer. "nne, f . .
to be obtained: a hefty fifth may strike a chord red starting salary $400 $430 a '

J8 fOMEa H. TORE, a/k/a H, H. His.and her hot.air balloon, with him -110 A hollowed.out month," Wlnegeart 'laid.T I\eClnt $\795 1 .

pofUmaa; RauunntrMf.ndonf.. will,to-wall mink carpeting, sin cane walking stick at Abrr ALLAKA.ciS : lUll
(APR. J::
\OT\CX TS HERIFT: : nivt n boxes! nothing rocks, and make- crumble ft Fitch ,IIS.50, 'can. be Rledel ) the Gri\\\\ .
js new director of the .
'THAT I, RODMT B ,THtRHBT,, yourself ..pnrtH'Irdta\ filled, with some staggering Florida Securities .
n Sheriff el Vnluit Onvnlr Commission,
I Florida, by virtue of a "'rll of among ether little trinkets stuff Alto available there is' a State Treasurer. Edwin Lar Borbecue $\95
I XxMUtKm Eantcfnrs !lean.nut d For the kiddles a CrMPrnlcanmodel silver flask with two openings ,
the Circuit! Court In aid fir V"- son Tuesday Riedod'a\apj -
lu 1a' County. riarlrt, on this 111'' &00 planetarium at $593 U pri '*nible '
day of all prmb ef the r rrM, A 0., till loft mil. tmmtupon In.tsnat thuear's holiday special at L *For the home dtcoratar For tht past four years Riedri : C'tn9' 9v- ; ,

I of add H"VFR: H. roam. Magnln. Loa Angles. Last year from the ground up, with wall to-" was hotel and restaurant com f-! 3'.piece\ ,
.fllH. FORE. flnnrt "n>n tlm stoit stocked seagoing submarine wall mink carpeting in"talledtiy mfssloner.TALLAHASSEE.. $ 'l
Xtitaurant In and tit the fnllntvlnfd4 )
/cn .d root l sron arty !le *, seating two, foraround George Kaplan on Christmas ;
V.Iuola'Ceunty Wont I: sjuti. : :('U'd:; ., $1000 Eve, for $600 a square' AP) --AM i fru t Bosket ;;; ,
FOR WARdOtIIR'IkelgnM i yard Or there .
: a hopscotchrug million bond Issue 'Gas s '
1, A pared' 8f lan ,KWU, and the VBU ..t V"' 14 Co was approved by the Public : :;j"I'
and'Nw4..81 Nat..,: S blot toot. warts a 20,QOO piece_collection aioynd\ .|ROQ wIth, the game all Utilities/ Commission Tuesday to Me\moc\O yktUt :. : o.sto'
'fit En/Oft. .sIot'U .t" \
(tat*. Aaa4 4.1In *. Won JInwn of ,blnhatnlteS soldiers ,at New mappe :out for adult who never pay, off short term' bank .loans. : .. .
hln II Soutn Rini Cl Torka FAO SchwarU be grew UPRILVER, :Tht bond (issue> at Jive percent e"tn9 ;
;ItiMlnnlA* at point I of In. FRY FAX : .
,t.ra.e'l"n at Empnrta R Btit Mad0 Ihtnlo'Yut andrecall. 'for the ladlei,. mink hangers yp(* the kitchen} or opulent the !loans used, to add and ex* ; \829. ,: i:
i into.of) te fee 111111 Idol.Rood thenr.fl a alp.' Jnvany shade .to Inatca the cimplng, New I York: > TlHuy'i.make tend titecompany's systems in I : : ,ji' .

1 waters. ., to a paint ln'th0 C"WI minks In the cUt 1 are biglers a sterling silver fry pan Dade'. .Broward( and Brevard ,

Vif ale Import;foot lion* ""p""l a Aiaieor..f'B.aln.nlni -rf.' '*' ) Georges.}Kaplan, New for |330. .Or. (for '$1000 ao) at counties; \ .opelonunom.t .
.( .. this store can buy tile The jI' 12\b .
\ thtnr *' "it i rlT York 'YOII company will appear-be \
sill Mrtllol. in nf war. ., garden tool shed a fore the '$829'nai'
of EmJKirta, ".l'.1}'Mat .( 'J'r.11'H orsafetyplnarun'$2S0: commission Jan 1? to J ..
.BilTnnlns, esch In ){"In'., )ewttry. din\ silver spade' V propose permanent rates now in Ilam "
I a.: f HOME rarfrpfnt' but ,tVy'r' di41IJ.OfId.! -The Doggery, a pet 'm>ly effect ( .
RE'arks' 1."k H. PORE? d'::' encrusted At N"imln.M.rclIJI, shop In Beverly Hills, t self.. '-: \2. 'Ib o\1tlonu\ 95 .. '
ttn nit ; .
'' ski MIAMt (AP A 230 $
rUMTROt l bW.d'no.ii th Mlewlnf Dallas Tex, a holiday dandy U sells $50 mink coats, sweat page '
prMnl.. prnportir. : : thaproMrty a collar of diamonds and. emeralds era with turtle !necks wool coats Latin American directory of Mi UADs. ? IUII 1
IIr th ahov" iWnnitant ami has -
; ]Just been published.The :
4iiJ Property b.'lni a falloftiKPECIAt ; at SUSOOO. with muskrat collars, sunglasses toke'
Sable bathrobes, floor length red flannel pajamas raincoats Spanish language" book, a fruit : .j4i.
ltal. ef' Flnrlila AI. 5b.\ ; ;
e'h*>Ur> Pfono Uric.* \n, and ,some zlppered art really rain boats and personalized list private member commercial of vtnture, ,. i? .* '.' \.
110113 *RX Iau.d in HOMPia Amerl $529 :
lat years rages, but a few ate : plastic placcmats, all for t1'k
,H rORR, aim' known on V. can colony, mostly Cuban exiles, "' 'P pAENUUTA'' nUl' '
I H. FORE around at. the big name furriers doss ') .
dnnrliimai" Rotau. with addresses and .. .. .
rant Ailor, Florida In New York for upward of HO,. For the man with cold 'l'I't- telephonenumbers : ..url.ey .. ,
THAT oa th. turn doe nf,,/anil.try 000. For a.four.figure check you electric sock,, battery{ operated gulda section!Thrrealso Is a tourist 'I"h\ "..- .... ':- IM .nIr'
ltd. "h l.Mn th. "Kiiil hoursof describing points :ji
H 95 Hammachrr Schlemmer 4
sale, at : of Interest In this ... i ,
a.m.1y. 11.110 'rln.k In toe "Gateway; :1>
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WA lay, tho North News FromWashington ... br\stmos'
: : For nobody much: a nothing
doer of tit.\ Courlh __ V.IcdsCounty ; ( \ ., t"-
Voiced Florida, (intlrl./ rock The hollow rock contains a TALLAHASSEE \
'''''d tim. ol this alt! pane: hlatorlcal marker with such : (AP) Prob- e
AM,) will r MI and lema ailing. from the special\ t.Hosum
an ta J.* hifhrit 1 'tl.j'.". for rath words as, "Oa this spot Feb 29, homestead
exemption for Sara
In hand the atmv iUiorlk po raonal -
and ml rtr u th* 1771 absolutely nothing han sofa County should be resolved!

NUSp property NIA of...P.I.rI'ltr....... ;. d. '' t* poned' $10, at HammacberSchlemmer In'' line with the Constitutional r 1 t "
SjCOfMtTllnT: amendment setting it up. 'Atl). ,
ai Hh.rlff nf Volulla WASHtNCrrON (AP) t'ml. For mere humans, a something Gen. ,James Kjnes said : \J1'1. .
County Florida his admlnls box that blinks and blinks .
: dent Johnson says In
By Wit. P. ii KIJCITXBIIM : an advisory opinion to state 1idJ1
n.ontr a".l'Iff Cretan will do all It can to step and blinks like a compact computer comptroller Ray Green
KCTI.L.T ATCMalNAttornya contacts with theSoviet for one and then .
and nunMllon at law up peaceful year goes laid Tuesday the conitlturipBal
:.IfacnoHa Af.n,,. Union dead, Irreparably $25 at Ham amendment ratified J :
Zulus, Nov. tu'
____Florida 121: r,.11.Mj.. Ht met at the White House macho Schlemmer thorlzttlJ.rllol.; County to tax' .
NOTICE Tuesday with a group of Industrial For him and hw: real mon.- the first $2.000 of property value I
Dr THE t.: TO"I' '. leaders Who spent two goiter balloons wttb orange and for school purposes only t :

COINTT M\lIlT. ,IN FLORIDA.' IV rRO.A week recently In the Soviet tin- white striped canvas. A propane The chang shifted the ttono, Drawing will be held TUES./ DECa226: p.m.

'T Inn visiting factories, laboratories burner heats the air. a steelbanket Homestead Exemption $3000
RE: ISTATB: OP lifts the to r lllLt' .
ALFRED V. HEELER TVMM4 and engineering design pa .npra to $7000 value range
Ta all creditor aad all Mnnnah Institutes. cloud nine, for $6130, at Nitmsn u..ul Deland Publix Only. '
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lnf claims nr "'In'"* there .Marcus. .
said he
John hoped .
a.aint sail *...1.' o You.. and earn of you, are rkjretlfl would be more such trip, In Smith '
.d ani nqulnul tn .......t For Sale SpeaksTo '
any .lalma and iltmanili. whlrliyou both directions, and added: 'I I College : :. :
or lthr nf you, mar have sm asking aQ agencies of ,the Nothing to buy need not be present to win. Winners"will
atilnit th* Mill ..t AUTREtfc V, you :
MCLiLCR. d ra.d. lit* of VvlnMa government on our side to make O II$1.5l\lilliol1 KiwnniniisIt 1 to
count Florida' lo I0. Hon. John sure tII.t..w.'re going as tar aswt
i \ Byf t ton. Cimntr; Jndi nf Vn.luda be notified. Publix employees I and their Immediate
extend this hand
ran to
Cniinrr at kn ofrir in th* 'tMTHACE' ., .
:, HI. AP) -
Deane Smith.! Voluula "
Count CaurthmiM In Del."" Vo.luua peaceful 'contact to the Soviet Conn
'e""..,,. Florida, within Memonth Wrltf your ,own, check for $1.$ ty rommiisMner-etrct .
from th. data III people without In any way endangering from Dis : families under the 11' be
rubltratlen h>rof. AH tlalm" Oat and I our security!.. million 'and youeta, buy a col Octet 1. was principal speaker at I (living same roof) eligible towin.
d...... tin and In the "' .nn.. nr. b
htnln shall k barred .. : Pre"I- That's what tht advertisement Hluanls Club the drawing will DECEMBER : :
Bravld4 WASHINGTON: (AP Again .,
fer lawDatKl. says In acme newnpapers Smith, also a' beLtnd commlwilnncr .. :
dent Johiumn the common ,
Dc II An Het says around the oatlnn.Iff used d8'pebld.TUESDAY

: A and* ''E nGRACE Titav>*outor,.nt.of of,tka-KELLER ALFRED Lou: Will V States devotkm and between!South Viet the Nam United la to the rarnpuK abandoned Right fit National as topic for the a discussion Rill of 22nd, at 6 p:.m. at your Deb n lid! : .' ,'. ,,.
(this by Carthage College ConMttiition Week
yrat a
\ HELLER Don05.ol. and .
I 1 CLARt MATTIVOt present liberty peace.It Lutheran, InotUutk which Ht rmphaxjed, the thoroughness 0
Ttr /., jaiTS R..MATTIKOLT. "la strengthened by the rnO'o Krnosha. Wit. to W-$ of Americas: constitution and t' .
IM W Rlrh Ave cline personal ties which bind
fc talked \la detail about amend
toLlnd. llorldaA lose a shift In tht populationenter

I, J.V Nonce THB COUNTY TO CPJIOITOA D-l.JI'rnillchCRt II.M.J:.I many the new ol South.pemw"\X JoMsoar Nam ambassador told leek J(Tht' of and deserted Its tWrty controlling campus 330 synod milesaouthwtct ells H* /displayed those ta tilt tnplet But of of Right the-. PLUS S & N GREEN STAMPS : .

U : ThleaKhlem
LV AND FOB voLrm c.1Trtft el Chicago In Carthsge. riglaal Declaration itf lad*.
Cents TT. fbOIUDA IN fRO. aa he accepted 61" ers penitence<< and tie Constitution.
: population 3,100: tilt seat
ljBl RFiEnOTATe: MERR rieittals at the Whltt' HawTuesday Smith was Introduced by
T.H. MOM. rM a4T til Hancock County Ceorgt Micharlos, ,
.., all endltwo sod all 5n.a5ahovtn4 mlnuiter tldefence BuUdlaga date from tll.alo- chairman .. "
t rlatw. or 'a Khlem former WHERE SHOPPING IS A PLEASURE
said. ..!.!.. ill the first South VietNam ry Old Mala a Victorian structure Guests at the meeting were .
You. an' ark. *( yeti. ar* h.r.hrb00KL.d ambawador bore ellll"tTU "' eomplwed'U' 1871. to the Dots Richardson of Orlando and
sod reulnd t* nriit
,any claim and. daman. *. whli>k y*... ,Van Chuong resigned InAugunt austere cbapd-music haft built Marvin Metheny, a student at
:r 11th.r..f Ntat..f 7.e.HCRBCRT: non M.S H.anlnil MOSS 136.1 la protwt against In 1ML Stetton Lai\-.rsiryChristmas i e NORTH BOULEVARD AT EAST PIYMOUTNMaeeu.1.'i

obi tad >/ \lutl* C.....'.. gwernmtnt raid oa Buddhist\ JI I J II r *
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.. the UJ5 armed forMt a aptrial -
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;t U' maitaar arMrlk4k / Christmas grafting txpreasing POWER TOOLS :

.. karr4. M eeevld.4 *great, pride aad deep 15M. ,OFF MONDAY Thru FRIDAY SATURDAY
1D,1fut appreclatfe for their "stead-
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I nrT tTfNOLTr : wanted ,to expvei'"my tpK'IaltUBu" CONRAD LUMIER CO.
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i Georgetown : Wildtuood Next p I to ,it ottAno onqwoA) SUN I i NEWS WEDNESDAY, DEe. 16. 1964

i ,. BULLDOG i
'! FavoredFor '!, '" .' GmDDEnS MoloVakIs: : Rollins ScoresPARK I

To'p"Knights ." (AP- Hoi.Jlns .

TitleTwo BiflJtogs HONORED '; CitedBOCTON College wore down Georgia

State midway In the half Tuesday .
Members of the DeLand
night to
run with
away a
High School Bulldog football r
f 92-7 basketball
are on tap tonight team and their game. .
games (AP "It's Rollins
an broke
a 24-24 tie
coaches will after
DeUnd National Guard stage
In the 80-24 Football Banquet tonightat honor. But I'd trade everything the first quarter with two quick
Armory as the opening round I
the seventh annual Hatter Invitational jl the DHS cafeteria with. for a victory over Buffalo Sunday baskets and was never headed..

Tournaments begins a Gene EllMison, bead defrrt- and that championship." Rollins was led by Butch
five coach at the Univer- Beam who had 20. points. Tommy
so -
I Joining will the be hosting the Georgetown Stetson The DeLand Bulldogs.mwon up and bustled to the final buiwv dry of Florida, the guest jTh* reaction' '\ soms up Michael' Mullins\ of Georgia State

Matters) Tigers Mercer (Ga.i\ 'their01:!!'$ game ot.'th: *Voting .Stevs Nash, Dos Curnutt!f speaker. < :-, .J; Bolovak'of: the Boston Patriots. ,waavtop scorer e( the game

Bears afternotin asstbey defeated 1 the 'wen these fourm T( aid talk by EUenww Football League Coach of the

Seahawks In the two-day tour. a aF aTT.'H as Florida Military School Black oE.o.rI, ....:_. ............" I t. trophies, will awarded year by Th* Associated Press will have
Hard I__...!..___._... a I 0 a chance to
Day Georgetown quintet Knights before a packed gym of Rlit.r$ __...__...__....__ I I T to'the MOlt Valuable Play No matter how well things avenge last year's 51-10 titlegame
The powerful mostly students, 8024. BraiH I..y t 4 10Und.e er, Best Blocker, Most might be Iron ,
winner of the 1961 meet .----- ---- -? I 4 14fQiUim going Mike al. loss to San Diego Dec. 28.
Next action for the Bulldogswill : : : Improved Player and pot- ways acts like who has
the Hatters, II the 'pre< -i' I Iflfl a man "I'm pleased, no doubt about
com Friday night when > ilbly other. ...
> sfsAsa I al one another and bigger that "
tourney favorite, to pick up all KlniM'.JTIXJ: I Hdovak said of bill s lee
they defense of This
open their a special Mike
the marbles. However, the lanky A.-.,. 1 4Loni year ahead. ttoa today then added. "Does15year a
Orange, Belt Conference charopionship MeCh-a-- Jt i ,O Murphy Memorial
IT Plaque This
week h* does

looked.Wilmington That five'can't leaves the be Hatters over i : ;ILLIs wood hosting The 'Cats.withlust tha;
and Bean as the dark horses one day of practice;;rallied m------x:: :: captain and fullback fending Eastern Division champions luck Ulan my predecessor."

OPENING GAME to defeat South Sumter last : :::.::::: I i, s f I sl.mrhad foe the Bulldogs this .... play Buffalo her Sunday Holovalt referred to Oakland'

Opening up the action at 6:30: night by 6560. : ::::= e !a ion, died Nov.' 8. with that regional crown"atstake. At Davis 13: winner\ whose

will be Georgetown and Mercer On Saturday night the >Bull .Ournutla ..,._..,a.;_ ,a .'I.i ,* Jackets and 'letters will It the squad which Holo- Raiders slipped from a Western

and the following Is a rundown I s t dogs will entertalniifg'tsth\ : *' 4blC HArt'W.t .... .*.............'*3:/fI! ,. i .I be awarded tonight and I yak has IIIsplred 'nta past)that Division contender' to a 4-7-2
of the probable starters for i New Smyr \&' B*,ch Barracudas. aeenTltKa'1"w: 1! the announcement of cap one as the odds-makers predict',,record, this season.

these clubs.Georgetown. YrVLA s TIll 'Cudas dropped a tough 6361 P'Ma 11 Iql/ talni for the 1965 team will ,
will go with David verdict to.-the TltusvlU Terriers :: : : IT J4V1 be made.. '' ,

Lee and Mike Kennedy, both six last night ,
I feet, at the guards. At center will EARLY TOM I "

be.Ron Cunningham at (-4 while Co-Captain Chuck Early I UnbeatenTeri'krs
I the forwards will:; be a pair of showed the way In the scoring :
Cited i
I (-4 performers in Tom Trlpman column for the Bulldogs,yesterday Haynes sIt10

and Dewanle. Bruce with 23 points whlcif Included
I For Mercer It should b<* Bob nine of 10 at the foul line.

Reeves 80, and Jack Wanton He left the game midway In ComebackNEW

5-10 opening In the backcourt.. I through the .third period and

The plvotman at this time will Coach Murray Arnold played all
YORK (AP) Abner
be John Anderson, 6-4. The regu.lay !. nine of his eager liberally. -
starting center 8-7 Don Baxter Others In double figures werea Nk Haynesf the American FeotballLeague's
; 4I
Is In Atlanta for a Rhodes: ;I pair of centers/that really Cop first big name, won anew

i Scholarship Interview but mayfly showed some anility to get the I honor Wednesday when he
.start. ball and put It through the nets. was named winner of the Com-
forwards here in will time be to Tom Wilcox The,; I : //BUCKET .ON :IBEBOUND -! Vernon Linder (50)(( ) Ken Bradley bucketed 18' and The DeLand Junior- .'8i1h I Baek-o(-the'Year award of the

41, and Steve Moody64, ,DtLand Bulldog center dropped in this rebound shot Vernon LInder was close behind Ninth Grade,Terriers remafeed AFL by an Associated Press

BIGGEST CUB .for twq points yesterday afternoon. Defending for ,theFlorida with 16.Terry. undefeated'' yesterday afternoon panel.

Wilmington will open with the Military Schoo Black Knight are John.Taylor Long was high'man for as they( ;downed the previouslyunbeaten' Haynes, 28 started the reason

biggest ball club In the meet ((31) and' Dennis Foster ((21)), The Bulldogs won, 8024.. the. Blaek Knlghts"with eight. '\ Mainland Junior High with Kansas City as a split end
GOOD DEFENSE cagers '33.31. In a thriller. The filling in for the Injured dirts
against the Hatters The Sea- (Sun,News Photo by Gilmore)
hawks will have standout'' Jay Once again the Bulldog ,, defense Terriers eighth graders 'f a Burford. Coach Hank Strain rrr

83, at one guard post showed up wU.,as the .36-23 decision. The Tenyrf are had talked of using him atankPt.
.Neaiy with Larry Edens, -2r' u hit NATIONS TOP BACK v* visitors, had trouble getting the, ,CO, behind'' Frank. Jackson.

running mate. The center will be' ball In close enough for a shot With'less than a. minute to go Curt Jlcdlnton, apparently had k

Al Thlry at 6 .. In the forecourtIt : 4ha Pe land flrst hit 12 straight .points. in lit the game Gilford Cox stole usurped his old 'Job at running.
period to grab :
a p3JeaoV dM
the ball and
be Marshall Hamilton: dropped In the winning
6- Wray Ware;' M. .'Rbome! Slid dcs Stuart danger.and Early they and were Llllder"RCII neyeKin bucket that snapped a 31.31 Abner moved Into the backfield .
utter t ,deadlock.
eoacGillur! ,WUkes I.. had nine as soon as. Burford was
-: r points in the first
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announced this morning one lineup ,- '. quarter with DeLand holding Lonnle Braddock: Cot and healthy and showed much of his
change over, his put games.H 23 > spread. It was 4013 at the George Smith did some find old !dash and drive while gaining :1' ;

said that freshman Jackportch. mt The A....'..a4l fnttTulsa's 504 yards of total offense I half. fourth, period"scoring) that 652. yards. on* 124.carries in the

'.1, from Augusta, Ca., Jerry Rhome and against Oklahoma State Bradley bagged 14 point; lathe brought the locals from behind .first 13 games. :
will get the opening call at cen- Notre Damt's John, Huarte were second hall for the victory. Braddock was
ter so close In the voting for college Over 10j ,games, Rhome had' The Black Knights found high with 10 points. Other The llth Airborne Division

This will move <.! senior Bill football Back of.the.Ye14r bon. 224 completions In 326 attempts. themselves In serious foul' scorers were Robert Bradleyand of the U. S: Army
Hester a lorwinj! ors that one leDow'voted for an unprecedented 887 nark) trouble early in the game. With Cox with seven each Smith ,01 which Is. a qualified parachutist -,
senior 8-J Bill 3:20 left to with five. Gus Boil with two, ) is nicknamed "Angels
pot along with both of them. and had onlytour'passes'inter : play all their starters '
Mickey Davis and Bruce tJ.U.'liweBASKETBALL
Clark of Sebrlng.. In the back But.Rhome, whft'llt almost aep1soy had fouled out'and were on'.the KoVlitget from
court will be juniors ..Ronirta' record a th S f uldi booktypesetters cepted.. < Mjk Vjf 4t*.A : JbfrttoAFMS finished the game with I>ne each. '

I Moon (0, of New Brockton," got the narrow nod Hustle, who led Notre Dame with four men and although they throw Both clubs hit with nine the of Terriers 13 free nr- I
Ala, and S.' Jim Yaeger of, ,3n the annjjaj\ Associated Pressroll to a grea ..season ,pnemLde41l lIi!ii were outclassed they didn't, give holding the slight of
.. ... .. edge 12Ui RESULTS
Terse HaotOj Zad. ..,i> ... end by the ir IBM to"Southern'pfyfornla '" la field goals. ,
Senior Tom Barnardjot De. .When the best of sports wit 1 .
jlAshed thirdJV "tptal Smith did a tine Job In the
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Land, sophomore Steve Buchanan trt.and broddclsters was torn- Taylor BowsTo second half HIGH SCHOOL
of Savannah. Ga., and freshman pitted\ .l\htIrne .bad, 134} 'votes, offence and's ;Uth' on.the 1 pissing' John Schnebley on by high holding scoring him e4 DELANO Jmpk'i IV,S7,' .TATUJk 'II\ 21

Bobby Jenkins of LaGrange, and Huarte 3a4. tlai :ty to Just two points. The Mainlandace UCIM rd"l..w ,,vl.: 4.

ICY: art expected to see plentyof Bob Timberlac of Michigan Huarte's figures showed" JU St. Joe led his dob with 14. Bradley \ .|, DnuiB- umtr 40MKlwood 10

acton. was the only other player In completions la 205 attempt./ lora limited Al Pollard, another >U.ahr>nUnii. 11 Ti,Mdbourn if
The preliminaries of the Basketball doubt figures.\ He got U.Rkom .. .SM ,average, with ,11 ..Inter PIERSON scoring threat of the visitors, to Tllu.yll.M N.Apopk", Dmyrnt Si roast SI
.win also St Joseph's ef just Hrnnioii ID, Chlrltn4 I
Queen Contest set 10 collegef records opted ', one point. *
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? St. Augustine roared,- fat )'unn 'ilnn 41, ticwitiorn. .8
,be staged tonight. for moving -the football before ..... the second half here ,last away Mainland won the \\..anl.ollk. .., CambtU 14 _
night fame mainly on the 1'.001. t.r.nibl. MobliaLevw.lq
shooting of 71.
he hit last tor ,
even played game .
to hand the Taylor Wildcats their
Mike Olm <
Tulsa and added seven moreId : Clint Parker. who rtnuwoU ti >: LtuM Hill MFWMCOI
Francona : a llttl son 17.21't' Tim Sala paced the Terrierswith Al* -41 A ;
1114' figures will prbh.btylocate All.ntow. IS. 11.11. SI ,
among" ,
The ? Ill six ... ,
visitors JW) 2i-U r ,me points Qen .Heley P0,1 .1. J .Tt. .lIh.1 4'S ;
i a fear more.Th : qJC' half but came through with '43 added five, David Vent had four, }'.mPok City..Hoy.i n. Orac.vY1. 11fh.luanwh.
star records torpast
Tulsa set ad.tolJ<
To Cards touchdown.pasaea .. : points In the second hall to Jimmy Grove and David Me- .hln'.11 Cannes W ante. 1&. Boai 'OF ANNUAL AVAILABLEEXCLUSIVELYTHROUGH
*completions yards, pining, and total ''/rtie Florida'Military enl: t make the win an easy one. .Kuhns Comb each had three and Larry C.ntlsrr tar It '51, ChumuckU (IS-.., NEWS

'l..p'. Knlghta (Ur wUl b* I Jerry Massive 'was high for two. chapter It l
offenaor a season amongotke'r Next action for these J'.n.m.: i'rC::: .:Ii.rJ7'7. Cknctnwkalrh -,
facing a rugged foe''tonight the visitors with 13 points while quintets .. .
I y Tae ,...,...< ,,,.. as.he led the nation'scollege when they trek to eight others scored. will be Friday afternoon .against .,. Coiinnilal SUalon 41Hlountitnkrn
The world champion St. Louis 'passers by a wide Orlando to taN the Orlando Ormond Beach. These tames II '.rnns IT -
Cardinals have turned TitoFraneona margin; > Junior College Highlanders Curtis Richardson netted six wia be played In the Holly Hillgyra rrxpntt dalit8a'.LnhurS,1 1. flerldk Ikaool; for
Rhome was ,also the nation s for the 'Cats while MUce Wells It"I ,
minuteandetella 4
into 'a' last- 16 8) In their final o'clock.C Blihop 8&,1.
acquiring the veter total-offanee (trade(, test before- the .Christmas and In with Davis.five.Maryes each chipped: St.Tsrses imhurs pnnl ails 44 Tt, lAmHIa< 41 1 THIS NEWSPAPER NOW !

an outfielder from Cleveland In a three season career, In., holidays ilL rm.1."bWI Wale Wel a. fib

Just before the ,clock struck eluding one at Southern Method Showing the way" "for The Baby Wildcats dropped the .f' Bowling .Ur r*.,v,raaurs 44St. Xorth4Mt el. '
midnight Tuesday and ended \tat, Rhom' "O'.muhed moat ,Coach 'Jerry Janes''cm*,j* Junior.varsity game, 34-14.' 1r 4S 1 I
major league baseball' Inter- ot "th career college marks, i Dan Sherman .of'Lak land <: Next,idbe'"for'lhe load wilt Results L'Matwatap P tanbu 54 roll war. lips p' 1964 has been Da historic year-one of fundamentai .

league trading period.) Including, completions and panes* with $4 points In. th reel .' be on Friday night when the; Tuns.0110 U Jenuti 52, 11......4r C. .. conflict'and of human tkimt ...hIcl1atrUck home to '
Francon."tran..ctlon. In log .ardI. games and. a.pair of :,. Hawthorne Hornets come to tow, .: TUISOAV A.M. cornsUM : ... .. STT.h .
The PrsalS ns *, *' "- 51554' S.m. "nuth >i 41, Yule 'IT', .
Which the Indians will get a Among single 'game marks back -back' 22 point performances for : another Rlverland' Confer t ..... 4. .*.... | .' Si 1 ,ua.. .r.....* WHS .* Punt ttonu 41Tampa you persou y. i'Jl : A* -
player 'to b*'named later In addition established by .the. fabulous :! in she' last tWo cacti' test The girls play at T, 0 e.wI5.ass a 1, I"Jl..W Mimr unn(( 1 1., :: H..sly Olph it IS, Svuutk CArdlaal; Keep iu memory bright forever with this unique '
o'clock. RMI Bay It, h'' I*
touchdown game
to aa unannounced passer were seven List OJC ,.. AI.10.::':. .ad Alive Herd. lM<.. 511y1. CewkavuM IIrrr volume-an annuai.-unlike any'other which brings to
Louisville, and SS: night npJll'dLak..Sumler Yap en -f.Tajrlw' .. ... ...
amount (rf cash, was the 13tli passes against' p1'Rws Is5s Npia A",. Maw.. 4l iu* the month-long eM.-yardl and Junior Col. Nye-.. j Ines: ter.., '..l.1; ridt Buck l, PaknkM. 11 life. the history of our own time.
made during completions for' .
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I ,.....,.... fen mare. ateCkny Dsu.T
leg, Mfl, and 5155 Item .
are /1e51a
period In which National\ and \ about 100 points averaging per walls.. ---.I I rM.v. WMt.....,.paten.. u Tempt ,Hut It'i a book to cherish, to refer,to, and above all '
American league dubs can I Winners t!!,...... tr. Siuirt 'II
DWGA game. Ed Werner of Cores --- I AAL M My f FH>4< a y.y to READ. ,
11N ..:r L > a'rn511'Muyta4.en .
trade with each other. and -. -. a t| fpterwii'.0 ;,.. i> "
Larey Beasley of .tIL aWU4s.aseS .*. tore SMwk SI
Including the player to be > : Apnpka. a member of the> ,'Owl(! T : is a ritt Many<.i-Mi. S, 5e.e.waae,........ P..1 saw Art AlT.II S4 THE 300-PAC HAM) IACX VOLUME CONTAINS
livered by the Cardinals Si. Th* .o 'T 11 T..t.r J.wMrt .. Ji..H Miami PaS II& Patrick Tl, Dos .
leu. for.metctben of Hatter Fmhmaa team ('DIN' ...j,,... 11 KM 04.l.l It; H. Mfnt4IW ,. R>MIK SI.
putt* i l <
players will\ leave changed uniforms. gross ,r"wes ...... =:: basil: Park .
'last : r..rr. Ac4
) In addition, eight more the DeLand<< Women'i Gel!' Ass; year last, each hit' 24 w."" ---....-__.. I.h I ..y Mat.d&a S. Olll l Plmelp.. Mint... Plu H.*"*S. *4, WaM Palm ....... Roeaw.I4.4 mr Month ly moth! the" stwlss that struck horns to ntwspof irtodsn.
sodstlon yesterday i at..the De.: points lnlght. t \ 'I .! : t '1. .- 'a.. Pr rtl, >!' .ll>(M, cwt Or,.ado. Kdmtw SS, OrUldaOak ,
players have been shuffled In : :: : : Klilia IS- e JfcmdrsJi .f Uaci iwTwhili l tn-
four otter trades sine the 194! Land Colt and Country. Club. .. iiafo W....__._...... e I thM P55,05. Sis.AL. *n Pauly Wkil* kiN Winter Park SI.: Orl...... ana,. UOHaad f inn phttoarophv

baseball. seems ended. Among the II hotel there MMI7 IMrMM?.a.a.:...,5t,..,:: I' : I YM'r4. kifk ass n'. .7154.4sevCl ">..>., 101$| at *. Kvaiw 41 ..V OrUadaOrl ll..n5Sf. played M yeo an ipprstJflfi theta"" About 24 pojti, color '.!

BEET: BENCH were, .the following- winners.. la .; .--,. 1s % nHn Colonial. Tl. 091. } I Haft, hduding 6 spread world Is)
Class A it was MarllyS Neckedfirst Brqjvii} Gains TT )TAt rr."f'.I" 11 / *A PlasOwla s 4k D.L..d ass $r. deed, ta. Mt. tXf ST map
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The Cardinals grabbed Fran aen4. br to N *! Can Mwa .'s 4,,*, ealilnt.. l .rk I" ''Ctisr
cons to beef their bench ,and Iud ..Kenwolch' 'lr : .. ..w..5. .tt T 11..1 t A4L M.?wry Si| O. f. City nrmtUM 41 ( .: .... 14 spotting tin yeas saws:meet ',1 chronology the
up .
I ...... ... JlabursdN.: .
ond. Class B hnnort' ,w.ntto II (I H-4f M.SN l HMM a. f>frtt MmO Renew U
strength after a couple of trades 'AJ+ .. Si ,......* P',. .. Ho*< Ca.en Tatar U lake. Hair 4* yea's PKOC( vents for easy rifirsncs. An Imtnac if basic
In the past week depleted their Anita Beach with Mall M J;ti6 Yards' '' .....'1... 1| RL5 C. a Tnxk ?d4T Air A<.....' 75. 1:8.: Oath.Jack..seals .
supply of outfielders. I Lockett the runner-up. ,Low ptrM the Chicago Bears, was tops pp .. D.L..... CSr: ".wa0'Ss .....'. A 1 Liaise. ... 5L AsnoitN. anent bdormatiea en If:$. ami foreign!! jowiwients, sports ,,
tee field went to Julia AI? peN recelvtag. Waahiagtot .
Charley Jaraea was traded to for ." PasoMilk'tiv Wf" .*..>! (M| 'aaJs Mam end scwomla lirthi iiothi ind
aram. NEW' YORK f AT Oev > rookie Paul Krause war No. 1 la (MM. SIS.Art. l. MUvl ."1If 71. Jackeanln.T1..1s morriogst ;
Cincinnati along with' pitcher Brown Lem ..... ..
ktflk'sx ISel
laad'a Jimmy
.In the whale division\ it was o/flclaUy tatetrepttow;, Minnesota' Fob- N. PsIdwa IIMaiMU
55,5. nose.alcosaD
Roger Craig for Reds' pitcher. Margaret Goff the'.winner la 'wan declared the National FootbsA by WaMeo was the! puntlag MIOMTIHS : 14, !> .* BaMk l.a.sM. RESERVE YOUR COPY ;AT '
Bob Fin-key and outfielder J>Mpi 'a leading ground leader MAR AM PsrM S. O Class A. and Ueaner Lankford Tommy Watkins of De Des 1l .MtrWit'k MM Johnny Lewis and pitcher in Call B with JayJahMlnn 1 therumnerupl jjft.** t dy. becoming the only troit finished tint, Ia punt' returns : Ms.-. C rt 11> SUM HMft t ful1.. tt ,Ot'... Cm sprtsp SPECIAL PRICE pF$3.TM
Cordon Richardson were .nt'to bi trkNal unplon la eight de. and Ca Yaa'N aasSi Str M I. '_ .
: Low pant 'wer. Oarenc Childs tt tta.ty rrmklIM .., 515. 1. r "Ma 4TNarth !
the New York Mets for pitcher taken by Fay Mead .. p partmrnta' to grab a second con-. New. York topped the kickoff 543, 5155 ** sit YnSe Marim. II,. WIUIMiW 41OaiaaatUI .
Stallard.Frencona I Tape tl. Cma City IIl.aka
Tracy h k w .eifll'" IIMI ,.. tI ,
.ei.t.e cruwn. retum aperiaCata
bI1cod ,
MIr 41 MJM S4Oa .
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a 30-year-old Unhanded school) basketball victory
hitter hit .24. tor Cleveland k. wish 1,," yards gained tn 280 attempts Jaarar, 44.* JanaiM,*..41 NI4t II : WOUB M itu .. ,

last season with eight homers The two teams were tied tSt-O for a 3.2 average pushing ... ?*, iVaaOf* 41 I .

and 24 runs batted In. at the end of regulation' tim*. lie career total to 10.Till. H. -" .., 6eLLI0t DfWI SUllInS' a" .

The later.league trading period (. They then remained tied O. J did., how \-er. laD off from' all LOWEST RATES a dsjr; H. Laka-iunt K, *t I ati' I. E
Chip's. Jr a* MafiuxB US, t uG4..4vUie &, pous4Bhltli l.T'I.
onded with U major league through' the tint .*evw overtime 1963 output of Ml yards !ts W. JC *..C. 44 : .If. I
dubs having completed at 'least : ''i '': !jI'Ii' \
*. carries lor a I.I mark COW et i Endesn nd d
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one transactim. All but four Greta Bay quarterback Bart AUTO MAST | Vio .' '''i,t'ItOl'ld i .. ,a... copies i
dubs New iL 7.....b. K lit. ".... II 11'4 ; )
American e
Starr regained tile passing title *.w WORD ; 4 40
Lie eoMOiTiomoi>> J
new M.w .. If.. .,. .j L J'
York.. Detroit t. Baltimore and he lest Ui Y.-A/Tlrt. .| the New" ., C.Lt. rof..... \.a.
Kansas,, City have made at I .York Giants last by torn. INSURANCE FM.a.N.Wsae w w., owtnt.r..II 1triAf4A j: ",..' ......} ."'i'l\.f.rt.' ';...;.., **....... j.I j..

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EditorialsU.S. .. rH 12 DOAX0 !QPIORBA) SUN WM WEDNESDAY, DEC H, 194 Questions Seen '

Over Reserves

Is Not Alone "Sometimes I Wonder if We're Getting JACKSONVILLEr (AP) Rep

Charles E. Bennett. D-Fis., a
Through to Them"WASHINGTON member of the Bous Armed

Florida East Coast RailwayLifts Service Committee, say Defense .

Americans may understandably .hav* .the Secretary Robert S. MeNamara -

feeling that we alone, of all the non-Communist will be eked torn

world, care about what ii. happening in South searching questions by Congresson
the proposed merging of
Viet N am. In terms of the.*heer, bulk -of the aid Embargo On Hauling Army Reserve units. Into the Na

this nation is expending;; in number of men' tlonal Guard. '

the main One of the questions, Bennett
fighting and dying, we are carrying
said. III: \ the reserve programwas
burden next to the Vietnamese. ST. AUGUSTINE (AP -An because of the danger of sabotage a failure then why was itt

There are, however, 24 other nations providing embargo en hauling aggregate Bennett said the estimated
ouch U sand limestone and The would,have cur.
saving of $150 minion by
committed to this beleaguered
t or provide help to
rock and pulpwood WM lined by tolled construction of a the reserve organization li

: land, reports the Christian Science the Florid East Coast RatJwty of highway project: In Florida not the entire story

I Monitor. This help may range from token gestures yesterday in compliance; : with a and official at Cape Kennedy The Jacksonville congressman
circuit: court order. laid it ultimately would have
said that If the units
such 30 to are merged
as microscopes given Saigon
F The railroad stopped hauling topped construction of the Sal with the National ,Guard the

University by Switzerland, to a $37-mlllion damE these material lut Friday, say urn launch completh.Today: $150 million or some figure like

and hydroelectric project being built by Japan tag under a federal court. order It will b* expended on the larger .
requiring It to restore .,...Itrlkt National Guard unit
i Aid takes the form both of material and result.
working condition It could lot
I people. Not surprisingly, FrancA has the largest find qualified workers to handle In tag Bennett from the said merged"There: groups.Is no In-

number of nationals in South Viet Nam except the materlali. d'catloo!' we have a lesser need

t Ing the United States-482 teachers and medical The embargo wa taken to for reserves" In the ground
circuit court by the Florida Pub- "
personnel Australia hu about 167 pilots and lie UtlllUei Commission after HistoryBy forces. i

V jungle warfare experts serving with Vietnamese the railroad announced the date the tight of the elephant she I

It O" {. It would go Into effect. By Th. called police. They arrived at the '
a forces.From ORDER ISSUED la Wednesday, Dec 16. Bart home about the tame timea
New Zealand, has come a 25-man'de.. 1 Judge Howell Melton at st. the 351it day of 1961 There are circus animal trainer did. The

tachment of army engineers; from Thailand, 17 y Augustine Issued an order Friday IS day left in the year. elephant! had strayed from a

h air force personnel Malaysia has trained about 1 Not DAY lr requiring\ the embargo to be Today' highlight In history: circus encampment.
; lifted by midnight Monday.The On this date,in 1773, band
; 2,000 Vietnamese officers on if* soil since" 1962. railroad has been owrattd of men disguised as Indian l&OAL NOTICLS

p Two other Asian nations with abundant experience on a limited bails since 11 boarded the ship Dartmouth la NOTICa TO CMIDITOM

with Communist aggression/ .. on.operating unloni went on Boston Harbor as fathers stood Ire THE COUNTY JU1MES'
: or guerrilla C&HT. IN AND FOR VoLt ;
i strike Jan 23, 1963-now the watch. They seized 342 chests of HIA
a warfare are also aiding the South Vietnamese longest strike In V. S. rail his tea and tossed them into the BATE. FRO.
sea. It was the climax of the IV RE FSTATB OFCIEOKGE
b : South Korea has sent a military contingent tory. A rtULET. Dcceaatl
t well mobile The railroad Indicated It was colonist fight against taxes la- To all creditor and all neiton
of 140 men, as .as a army surgical vied by the British Parliament. bavin claim or demand
caught between the two court
a, team; the Philippines, an expert psychological order, but It did not appeal the On this date '' You lalnnt and each Aid of eetate you,: are b rehy
warfare outfit In 1689, Parliament passed notified and required to present
Circuit Court directive to the
the English Bill of Eights. any claim and demande whlrh
State Supreme Court. you, *r either of yon. may hat
I Britain has given $140,000 in road-building<< In 1809 Napoleon Bonapartewas atalnat the male of 'Georte A.*
WORKERS NEEDED Eeaey ..e..ed, I... of
equipment and $17,000VOrth of dieeel fishing divorced from Josephine. .
'J 'The president of the line, W. County. Florida. to Ube Hon John
la 1861 American actress Lillian S. Bylng-ton County .1"... of Vo.luela .
medical and scientific
4 engines, plus : equipment I. Thornton of St. Augustine, Russell wa born. County. at hi*""He In the
said 114 additional skilled work County Courthoua. In DeLand Ve.
la 1944. Nazi force opened a
luila County Florida, within .1 ls
Compared the well over .$3.. billion 1.the < t era are needed to give the embargoed large.scale offensive into the month from the dat. of the not
materials the special ,Ardennes area to start the Battle publication hereof All clalmi) and

I f United States hu loaned or given South VietNam Dandling they require. of the Belgian! Bulge. tlm.aenuuide MIIT"not In the m.ent.dwlthln,....."., preerrlheit the

since:1954 andthe, more than 1,000casual. MERRY-CO.ROUND nnl.rsa Federal District Judge Bryan In 1945: the former premierof ky herein lair.aball 'b* barred .* provided

I ties we have suffered all of this Is pretty small \ Simpson at Jacksonville :iiuuedaa Japan, Prince Konoye, com Dated Novmhr I. A n, "M,
order preventing the rallroiJ mltted suicide rather than face .CURTIS O, FBC1LE!:

b potatoes.Its 'BoyledDown from wing supervisor to handle trial u a war criminal. .A.nd Exteutor Teatament of o the( Oeorie Lit Will A.

moral significance, however should not Facts Seen J Job of certain striking worker Ten year ago-The Western OLEN Teal W., 'YARTIN rlere..ed,
<< Significant
la discounted.DBMLJ.BBT.M. and shifting skill\ men to Big Three foreign ministers discussed Attorney for E.t.l.

>13> .. 'Jobs they are leas skilled In. strengthening\ antl.Communist DeLand M4 w., Nm FloridaADVLRTI.IMINT> York Aremie

0" ,, The railroad abandoned passenger defense. In their Paris N. .n-t-i-u
1 .." service after the strike conference.Five T
4 fG* $
Over Mississippi Case but'' continued to operate M a years ago-The Japanese NOTICE 18 HEREBY UlVk.-'f="
A Jl1 aAL DOYLE, Supreme Court ruled that stationing that sealed 'Mil* swill be received
.. NEW: YORK (AP) Xa war freight carrier with supervisory by the Surd of.County Cnmmliafonera -
; dem ,.<. & ,* American armed forces of Voluiia
i ijl '"' personnel and others. The line CountFlorida
*' : al you sometime kill your own la at ieo, elock a on tVc.mb.r
: Japan was legal under thepost -ms
: w la said to have turned a profit
J 1 people to keep the other fellow war constitution 17. ?ItH. torthe, foUowIn:

DREW PEAIWOX I slppl cases but on those affectingthe from'going through your- chosen under'theae' circumstance One year ego ..' President Appmlmately 10,00* bar*, boys
WASHINGTON The Jostle entire South.. position. Passenger service was ended Johnson cf laa..1 Typ Portland
signed legislation
Wflit'Untll1 Department ha been scrutinizing Eastland and Stennla" ThI It s necesary facet of providing C.ment meetlni the Standard
plan to themselves fund for college III Specification nA., S. T. M.
11 the rtlcas of the 21 Mississlpplan propose for this vacancy Noel combat perhaps unrealized. by a subsequently their building ClSO-e0. Th* bidder. ehall tlv*
showed laughing and smoking a bulk price lor dellviry to
Implicated in the Philadelphia younger generation more usedto any
Malone of West Point, Mis, who And sometime IncaUon In Voluiia County, Die*
Coffin Cools civil right murder and hal not spoken out on segregation prosperity than danger. cigars. they In Iowa? trlol tf*> L
killed the Belgian
our troop and
has run across several significant Let me present an example:
but is known to be strong people! beyond their immediate Further Information may he obtained
fact: On this day 20 year ago by ealllns at the office et
for It Liberal lawyers will propose MADRID Iowa (AP) Howwould
Deed for .
A I4ILJ 1. ,William Bradford Hule who Robert ex-dean of Adolf Hitler-a* his professional bloodletting.And Ilk to awaken in the' l'lark'.I Uie Board of Countynmieelonere '
Farley, I must back to you the ( or Voluiia County.
\\J 'AR.... to writing novel on Mississippi the Ole :MIll law school, 'or army advisers wryly knew get which\ U middle of the night, .look out a. Flnetda, at DeLand, Florida.reecrvva .
my original point' :
tile of I Th. Hoard the Mint 1*
gave up ghost victory la
had been window .
f talking to some of tilt Lawrence Rabb of Meridian. Why; la war you kin your own and set aa elephant eatInr oat step and all hide, bmltted
11 DEAR'ABBTt. .X have had very bad luck with hut- 21 before their arraignment CUTTDta LIU'S THBOtTTh the west by starting the Battle to keep your position dear of applH U your back yard! "i' D.o.mber S. 1>64.
of the
.* Bulge In the Belgian Ardennes That JAMES: r DDCAX
S (and*. One died, and I divorced two, snd. ow I am found them quite frank .la adi big question mark I It the other fellow. h.ppeI\MbMrt. Eugene' rhalrwaii
alone again. My thoughts Keep going Te to a very i mitring their participation in the'' whether President Johnson, who THIRD KEYSTONE Bart of Madrid. The barking of Rn.rA of County rnmmluloner.'
,conspiracy, equally confident: Few ,things In ,this world are her dog awakened her, and at Voluala Florida.
and third
Me man I used to know between my has leaned, strongly toward the The third keystone of the Battle __ Dot.,1II
they, would not be convicted.Thry 1m:tier to contain than a well
heard that,his wife had /
About I of committee chairmen
husband! a year ago power of the Bulge-aside from St.
cancer: and It was 'Just a matter of urns. ,would like to ,: were quit brazen about it will 'now buck the system. Ills planned German: tempt 19 Vith and Bastogne-wa* a B"l- An wf to Prwrfou Penile
r tied out if she .Is dead yet. I have JOlt'roDtaet with 2. Seated beside Mis Either' decision win Influence civil move from tee t to the:e. tan village called Matmedy.Eepp II| For-Flung Islands

,I my friend la that town but I do have this znaa'ull. Carter, the US. commissioner: right In tile South for some time IYCIJUAA3IUI 8IUDICB Dietrich's I : nand lined uo
S ness address. How can I let film know that I would enjoy' when she dismissed It of tho to come. At first they sloped! : in .'nl.t' shot more than a hundred ACBOSS tCMef rod of

I seeing him again without having It look like I am chasing Philadelphia, was Tom Stennts In this case Lyndon owe Eait-: !!, silhouette of ,'ell.armd captured; men of a U.S. artillery bland to Bay Memphuef
for it his wife the law clerk of U$. Judge atC'nce.: killing!) us by their bc.ntand : Naples' d Nel..rke
: e hlmT Also how can I End out sure land and Stennls nothing Politically observation battalion outside lalit lame et .lhell..
Sidney Mil*. Miss Carter, who
.M ad'dT is received' they flouted him. Thank surprising by their dar Malmedy, but they lacked the Robert Louia IBifUktbart
not '
a lawyer,
)MILWAUKEE in to their (1 : swift of battle Stavenioa TFIrtain-
part speeches p rant 1IIt.Th genius to penetrate
1 whlipend advice from Stets were two armies oft 11 Civil War Wit: IWtacpndiidllAdJu
., of the whit voters In Will northern hinge of( the
"CiU hW It laW
DEAR MILWAUKEE InhrmaUoa *( (dud; oa to rule. .
,e-n. One the 9th Panzer
,Mississippi went for Goldwarr. was ,. .Cattle: of the Bulje. Narcotic lOutdaertleAanipoli
should b* _gbt through a mutual $e id. AsUiere toM Without this advice It'. doubt. When Lady Bird Johnson came< any, led by"t professional lOBepreaenlMudenl ''
: And this U what happened: I
way a woman can W a ma* know thai she. wield ful that a U.S. Commissioner through .Biloxi on her whistle- atny man Gen Hs.o von lIMon ..ainlulItRefreck
without!. *ggrelv and For several day Allied \headquarters HStipeat
ojoy aeiag kin again" appearing 1IOII.11W'et" would have Manteulfel, wrens; main -
tour the two d d PUI"px.
stop senator!
-peclally whe ah* wwli. enjoy N. M ,much that she' Tided, counter to the' 'United. have the courtesy to com downto was destroyed bv our resistance .. figuring for a certainty : 17 14 Biblical' -wor* 11llamapelel SSSemoe dub S7JapMealeee *utcatlelaads
can haroTy wait to bury his wife.,- ,State Government St that the German adventurer Lat'
the station and Stennls even at Vith and / platt JJiUPTi ssrtor fOSeels-lpyslr
Sibs Carter appointed : ;. would momentarily penetrate SI Joha Geelk ..wt... ;; da 41Campa ladlaa
1 1 t' was by made a speech But It wu only Easton ( ) jJ S4 arklnf 44SnTStCbMoMtpart (
Malmedy seat flight after flight
22 Bitter TtcBj Onsek
Judge Mix, 76, a kindly .g lette
age ten seconds long, TIle verdict of "Nut to the **Souret of 4Sremlni.
DEAR ABBY .:It seem that the saying ""Girl fall courtly gentleman, who unlike ''W. want you to know,"' he enemy was not given alone at of bomber to hit the town. eboal is Ism.... fiat ..M.) apellatlo

< for men who art hi ls" to true, yet no one has been able acme other Mississippi Jurists\ :said ""that w* ar*' welcoming\ Baitogn It wu given to him They hit It again and again. 11 Dketelr _!eItI.,

e toteD me why I'know it 1* true to my cat because addresses! Negro lawyers. In 'you to this state because you are at most place after his finely The' German tried to sidestep MlileotS7CnbslssMtrc- a. I, 1 1 10

r every man I have ever fallen for has been a heel. They court at "Mr." or Mrs" In the first lady of the land." organized breakthrough.;. tft* towa to the south and I- T ,a
abusive and Strictly hi* decisions, however, 'judge their army wa* booby-trapped StNevIeelmitimber
o have all b ft'l'oulh. lying, cheating Nothing could have. been more The other, the .
I. loving ,MIa la- rigidly antl.civil rights and dismayed by- our men. tn* i .
a, no good. But even knowing this. stop perfunctory* 6th. wa led by Sepp Dietrich SlHiitorlcalSlurt ,
2. them. Can you tell m* why a womaa goad right on loving1 Ami "raGGER" JUDGE J. Th. Justlc* Department a filmier Hitler chauffeur and The brmbt that fen la PS,'.' r- tI .
a man lUte that I. Mississippi Justice, regard.lets .. dy felt amid our own earnest *
1'1 know how Big Jim Eastland mad up jnostly of poorly led ; ,
&AD< ABOUT JOE!: of the Judge, Is the 11II1\,. and stubborn infantry and the SlGeblet 17.,' "a. "" -
III ha Intimidated tilt Court of Appeals SS troops, To Von Manteuttet P'"'
1 If the SI l'tIu.-' in the sharing a goal with Sepp Dietrich Belgian civilians. No German SSRmnnUalfea* W -
women put Including two
MAR MAD There are many wh "g* rtsW delphlans are outfit ever got Into Maimed). S*Abnt (cwitrj rA 1UBaf 1-
eta kvtac a ..." DMMIM they feel a deep ..... *l M.. placed before usually courageous Jurists appointed Omar was almost like asking But the Aflle couldn't risk It. 4LMtdp Gen.
W N. to
seed tar \ and font, they It by Eisenhower -:" Judge Bradley fight 41 Screw aiaeWractfttWawla JM
wtrthlne a punishment deep a grand 'Jury And that was how It wa la
'011'& ....,... It la will b the Elbert Tuttle of Atlanta and side by lid with At Capon 1'1' III
feel that they anything.better and tasks that ton then and how it has a".pot*.. Ml fI'
u "sick" love that thrive'.. ualllunell,' same paaI Judge John Minor Wisdom, of giving Capons more been la many another town before : of'r!
and II n
New Orleans. 1\111I. "
which has been and be later. MCowmtac .
e 'Th* troop under Dietrich perhaps may ldiai __ -
m meeting under Ik* got these two outstanding At the time It I II hard to be .trermaaUMetrt :.:
cam roaring through our lines,
judge past the Senate Judiciary
1 t DEAR ABY( I haw a problem with a 1I'lihbtlr.1IItt William'VS. Judge' Committee before Eastland b>. *S their ,owa photographs of wider your ewa bombs. Later, l4r ;q--- ., ,. "
knew hasP Cox U you survive, you forget the .. ..
las recently moved Into neighborhood. I I Its ..
cam chairman and Turtle.a
: who bal r*> his bitterness and begin to II 'I...
casually yeas ago and 1 suppose that's the reason ails' senator who tried to cut perhaps. ,, '
ferrtd is court ,, presiding judge had been appointing throat la Mississippi. After! all. understand .tiM. -
While she 1
has latched on. to m. a aooc1'lI'l11ac1lO111, '
1f aDd I enjoy her company In small dose. I don't have 'to that 'buac". rSAMoIf'. three-ma panels oa a* entertained for tint days Anyway, that' one part of DOWN j. .
01 r leu" I civil rights which rapidly were at the LBJ Ranch Dick Result war as It was la a battle that lHetalhafl a R. r---
enough la common with her to become the bosom buddy
It fact compared thero 'to "chlm- Integrating schools ,sad. public startled the 30 ..
ah is trying to make of me. I work and SM. doesn't.and .. .accommodations. the man who quietly cut his years ago' 2--- >
JI the minute she sees my car la my driveway the runs panzees. throat la Georgia. today. .
It Then Big Jim EaMlasd: In }9S3
I over to visit Sh* also feels free to Intrude when I have Judge, cog has also threatenedto \ '
Issued release. In I It he r
a a press ,
Is" otter guests. ""Th* situation .to becoming vary trying. I traprtsoa Nicholas Katten- waved the big Senat stick over OJ BAIT SUM By nUNX 0K1ULy

would ten her off one and for all. but 1 don't hue to hurt bach acting attorney general of Judge TutU and the 8th Omit 1 I
the United States for refusing
I fieople's feelings rd like to remain friendly with her
to indict two Negro witness Court of Appeals, which wa deciding NuK
without giving her the freedom of my bout, Can this be befor the same grand 'Jury civil rights cases by cu ia+uM 1sEw : iRON Naas .

'ta donel watch would hand the; PhlladeJpbJa .- threatening ale Investigation. of Huki 6tlfGUO Wmlw
WORJONCJ WOMAN murder case, the three-man panel ,ecurtappointed ,because )r i0'A MEI eQ

n DEAR WOUINOt That' *>pMds! M }*. have tilt Judge Gut Is the'I former Ot. 'TutU had two t

[ C cMmg to ton yow aright that yea hav* a limits Mas classmate and Sunflower Boa Mississippi Judge... .
R. wnwuit *f ttm for *vWton" sad tie*** t* wait ashy County 'campaign manager of Judge 'l'-itl., under the ttw, ...

$ YpU can E., y. CM r4la. yes privacy. a4 fee(' Sn.JIRt JIIIIt1an4. genial, cigar.\ has complete-power,to 'appoint ;0. 'f

Jc haj* tor frfe..Ehlp. !. "tenet ....." OB th* 4her ha.*. chomping chalmaa of the Sera? the** ,,paads.; Nobody- ,neither

Co U HER feellag HMM mar to ya IBM YOUR piracy.J at. judiciary CWnmitte. who te Senate nor the President' (1'1,'
Q prepare" to smearier 70 privacy aa4 Soo't emplato. recommended him. President\ con ten aim u appoint MUslsslppl -
J Judge., However, Judge
,Jobs r. lC.tued1appolateet bail (
Tents. his
despite past Courage.panicked. .
Tom Statue law clerk fr ; .
I' -
DEAR AJBBT spend half 1'II111f. going back to Judge' Mb and the attorney H* called A 'Judicial conference

Ie restaurants where my wile and I have dined to order to who whispered la Mia\ tarter at Houston In th* summer of TUB ffltNTSTONXS aUXNS
retrieve things my wife ha ten behind. How can I bnak ear Is the eouala of Sea. John 1X3. Immediately thereafter.Jadgv -BAEBEKA

I her of forgetting ,things Ilk gloves, scarves, handkerchiefs -. Steals ., WsaiMlpplt Wladon, 'n strong civil Aopl.. uiar tat a*M M MM tft* |wa Us MM wallDIuMhSLt.I.a4.he& : j '

packages, etc.* on dining room tables, chairs andfloorsT Tbea two senators HpedaUyChalrmaa :\ rights\ Wired from ,the ** the b.nMa p
.. .
panel I sides.,. 5.0 i t l iii, .M M e Mr/w
<< CasUand art'why
l-Judg was replaced by .W 6141 rag i
: UlatlssippCs brand 01 Justice. ,Ute lat. Judge Ban 5, Cameron 1
f fI
.EAGLE. of the court' &pike I heiChuies
regardless a M1ili topl wgrrgatiaal.t
11W : ... -
will hv .'tsi a check IM. Fv.. r same. The 1 two' senator have After that, the ctrft rights W tilt islereqe41a
Ions Wd the WhIte !Hous whom and n
ivottag rights eas began i '
tarfr ec!?+' UpsMckf tatty
aot Ear to apfwtet to the bM. to. MUslstlppi. gatog. Ute ether way Ute way i iCaatlaad ... ... '
rugs I ? Faohegea *4T tatkaadtProbtamsr .IpyV"0
t' J and Smocnd. pri. wasted them to f>' Ia _
.l ,tr0 \.. i.\ diets have bowed to them 'This la what Lyndon Johnson f......

;,' coMnBemu., o n waFi SBTER.; KATBHTIreMrcM. I ills : the next 'fw week.. ttwffl faces la Ute. aaketioa ol a aw 'j

naMe sere rm1 ,* ., nsits** *nsrtMj tha b* Johaaoa'S tora .Judge to rtfUc Cameron. Lyn j 1 M.ryfw ekt.rM ,
I p& Y touch with .. to bow' or buck *.* tile powered don a* a senator, went along t
pc : : ;
t '. .".. Sesat Commlttt chaintwn.H ;,with tilt seniority system and / '1rs.ettitw.
tor** tilt **rty appointment Ute power of committee chair

l '' Writ to'ABSr; Bon WW9, Los Angel. .of a wedge to th*,rifth Circuit I men. Those who bow him wQ rho,

CaHf. For a penonal reply" eadoM a atamped. _If. Court ol Appeals a Judge- who better. hTI alM g* ......'*. v 14rhsee

addressed enveJop*.,i. ...ima.UMMtiiuJiiiAM-} will nk-"_BMFSty )it.iIa..ta9s' lal4 that he' \..- t0 th
.t :. .r ";;:'--.:..;.:. '1 tteecs1 v---- 1 1rytf r'is.wever .... """r e"a y;:. w {
'erei..rr..r! 'H weer

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Stetson Student Group 6i HEIR DIES 'Big 'Three' Auto Firms See Continued Prosperity I

AT 58

Will Play Santa Claus LUCERNE DETROIT (AP) 't'h. three send's figure was about I mil The Ford chairman as Chrysler be spent la 1965, compared ta

(AP Ri<: Opt l auto>> companies! agree lion. I and General Motor did earlier J4S3 miffioa> this yuf..

nolds Jr 58. Swltse1i1 tIg* business will COn4llaue fine Ford asked: tit "'explain the expressed confidence that Ford emp&ftitzed labor mat-
who made his 65 with Ford Mater Oo. tile the other two
i wW dtKerear, between his ten more tou
'. For 21 Local Children'Stetson '; IlUppln j an is RYld la s.t optimia e.. projection. and Ih,.** Genesa jht Industry would maintain its auto maker, mentioning recent

tn LuoetnMo' t Henn Ford n toId..ri. Na1' Motors replied; .. H growth patternH* said about local strike which coot Ford
hid suffetf* from 1 year-end news conferepoe"Ios- vn ATmUlton figure Is a' $700 million flit the, company's about 130,009 cars and trucks

emphserfii/ ,- He r d yr that ear and truck dIet -lntlls" very reallaUo one as far as I three-year $1.1 billion expansionand front Its production schedule
male was Wino Illd'.ational.Salem., I rated States next year> am concerned. I am quite optimlatic. modernisation plan would Ford said he did not questloa
University students mayor might reach 10.1 million of the United! Auto
Vehicle I don't know' what Influenced the right
cratlc finance chairman.
living In The Palms realdene *. Mr. Dohner's conclusions Warden DinWASHINGTON'S Workers or ether unions, to

hall on E. Michigan Ava, Television A dos' earlier, Chrysler President ," strike 'but added: "I am que*.
will tee to It that this Christ I tarn A. Townsend Mid \" : CROSSING.N.J. tionlng the excfiaive' bargaining

mu' holds a memorable experience I Rifles Take Part 1W5 car and truck sally would : (API) Mark 0. Kirnber- power of unions and their abuseof
for 21 local boys who might; total at' least 9,5 million and Sn Ilord 'Gus ling, 7S. who u warden of the this power"
otherwtM ; Programs t could exceed 18 million Of overall business conditions
not find the holiday RUITAL SLT Jnhii\ Ray : tU'e' Trenton, N.J.,
season quite ao bright. mnnd battle, senior In the In To.p Parade'The .' r.rNFJUL !MOTORS executed Bruno' Richard Haupt- he said:
Rather than spend the FrHerle In 1930 'lor' 'th. kidnap. "The keystone to our present
money SletMia I'nlvenlly School! of t QJDonner.) chairman rlrIiUrs' Sold inapt
on themselvesthey have decided eaerem Indrman.e NOTKi 11usenet Muslr "UI appear* tomorrow, PershKj(Rifles dI.m team of the .heard nt General 1 : slaying of Charles A. Lindbergh prosperity. I bf'IllII the ded
to. invite the 21 local young lIy .... elatie.s ant "5 ...."..t t. .ta a tnmbnno ",,'If.I. It "111 sponsored hy the Stetson University Motors l Jattl'st of, the automakers >> 'JiK died Tuesday at., his home sins, reflected In the tax cut. to
men to be their guests for an -'".enable."".. Th.P., sun presrsns that I. net.. ....... : be held la the ElUaheth Rill ROTC Department under said !Sunday that 193: ; I X; H. Gaede of DeLand, president after long Illness Klmberllng rely leas on government spending .
evening during this week, according ..h... te the 8Cha'u'a asasd IN,... iudllnrluni 'at II p.m., and the direction of Capt. Richard sale could\ surpass this )'ear', eat the Florida Home CaOn. later was New Jersey state and more on the powerful
to Bob Dean nt Orange the public ta invited Their Is I L. Anderson, associate PFS In expected" total of 9 2 million. I ., DeLanl, and 'the Sanford police superintendent. forces of private enterprise"

Lake. Fla., resident adUsor andgraduate StifcaniWCSHTV. Chanixcl! DTt.... no admission charge. For the the ROTC department at Stetson The Gas Co.. jesterday Announcedthe uuUuuuuuudU__
difference between
student at the Univer Beach OrUnita but to* and ene half yean. University participated In the big I sale of the Sanford firm to>> T
.. the Ford board chairman and
WDBO-TV Chnnl' Orlni <
Mt. Dora Christmas on I the Florida Public Utilities Co.
city '*LOr-TV., -Cb nii.l 'Orluda ChaJttn has been' Minister of parade .
Donner In estimate ofte
Saturday.The was their I It (;aerie said that the DeLand
The Palms residents tonight! MufJr-Totith" at the ,StetsonBaptM Dec. 20
WtDNISOAV KVININSt.m t 1165' domestic. car market. Sunday
firm is 14 no affected by Opening
Church la DeLand.while Pershtng Rifles drill team way
wUl] play host to 21 boys who .
: ci w u. Pure Donner said it could exceed T.8 the sale of the $nford CM :
led P R
*ill be their guests for the first del T"11 b a.r aba attending the Lai'tenHy. by Captain James ,
of the Hatter ("l Ret HuntS In his recital he will Parker fit Lake Worth, have participated million units; Ford predicted It property
games Invitational :M (l> Mamtnti l. Sports would resah I.T minion Town.-
Basketball Tournament. the I.ID be accompanied; by Yvonne in numerous parades According to Geedeiahe! new Sunday' Dinner :
National Guard Armory1. 'el5onrll.m t.or'T.l W. th.fS.M *fIY., Harrbon Miami. Also aiwlft.Ing .- (this year. Drill team membersparticipating owners will take possession' and 12:30 p.m. to 2 pan. by reservation
GIFTS READY, fit N.wt.W tti>r> del N.... iv.aibtr, Sports Sterling Dl.; Randy Mellon. Parade Included Captain The firm operates III,' electric<< itrttdi
Following, the came the entire .U' Ron Cnchran. r.wse ,, Supper
; Jim Richter Orlando; and 'at.utUltll'II. ID Floridafrom
Lennlr N. C., and Gene TUB- PORT RICHEY: ,.
will return to The Palms, II (ti Hunilty.Bnnkln' 6 to 7
group ('I' M. .. watt rnmlrtU sell Homestead.Arniy Jan Roberts West 'Palm BeanA\ ; APi' Keith MrCart honkedthe Ita main offices. In West Monday thru Saturday. p.m. pun.
which has been gaily decoratedfor (It H.<. Gus, W1U Tr>vl john Mardman. Hollywood; Palm Beach. It presently provides .
the with t W ll r>outr < 1111'1at the CQW. The cowtill'
holiday season
tat The LUPT show. Kermte'Kostub. Vermilion 0.; hnml'd'th" I natural and bottled gas -
everything from wreaths to a "("> rh,T'..11. Carl Fertno DeLand; Bill Mill. service to 23.000 users In pie COMPUTI CHRISTMAS DINNER INCLUDING
giant Christmas tree There T |0 lit Th.'I""lu TellsReservists ward F1. This happened after MrCart, East
III ttm R.OWUS Lauderdale: Arthur Florida Coast section from PLUM PUDDING SllVtP 12:30 TO I P.M
gifts from each of the residents M ("I rats* war. Floyd, { Miami;. StVe'f N'WM. 13, of !New: Tort Rlchey" spottedthe Jupiter south to Boca Raton, as
will go to each of the young aID 111' Rev.rI:? Mlllbllllts Charlotte N.C ; Bruce Bradford. row stsndtag the middle well as electric and water service
guests. Refreshments will be S.M (91 1:1 I KhllKltc Hoar" l Miami; Jay Sylvester, Rntlyn of the highway Tuesday\ night. to an additional 13,000 customers
served and these have been provided (*> Dick Van Drk Pa.; DaVid Armbruster. Atlanta MoCart topped hU car and In the Marianne and CASSADAGA HOTEL
for the group by Stetson : (("et> Miehev5te C.r". wmikms Show Gas Jim Whiting Mapelton, honked the horn. The cow ; Fernandlna Beach areas of I ,
women students who date rent- (M Burki. LawIAKD Iowa;; 9ill Hurlbut, Lake Wales; charged and pierced the front of 'North Florida. The company
dents of The Palms and by sSs(" Pinnv ABC score X > a I Martin Habel. Ft. Lauderdale: MrCart'i car In two placet. It employs 223: people and maintains PHONI 1IH3J3
Mano's Pizza and the Coca-Cola II M (!) N...i Jon) Anderson, Melbourne, and then wandered away Into the the offices! In the areas

Bottling Co. 'HII'1") ABO, Nwi To Sit Tight John Cfowther. Hamden 'Cons wood, served, ".' ,
"When we started talking 11'1 111 Movie
about.the real meaning of Christ UM (Hi.> Mnvi Txniiht''. I .
loss; said Dean "we always tree lit KW|
came back to the feeling that tea (J) DalQr WarS WASHINGTON (A?) Th

we gained much more tun from (N,t.l weekly TV *<... Army II advising reservists! to ZALE'SCHRISTMAS e t t"i

doing for others who might not 'rammle.lend.' m.l e.e.,a'be. 1 n.l.e 1.e.C In i.ature rill sit tight and wait for the switch I
enjoy Christmas as much than .. rear IU"'IY lUll to the National Guard.
we did from doing things for our "Army reservists have nothing .
fellow residents In the hall. D,Land Radio to do 'preparation for the

" Therefore we decided to turn WJBS WOOO move except to>> continue: to
our attentions this year toward C.C. 1111 50.0. serve In their 'Jobs and capacity,
making Christmas brighter tor until the conversion 1s completed : un ::: \

some of the younger boys In the DELAND PUBLIC ," It said I
community. We ,wish It were Defense officials! said Tuesday i I IA
LIBRARY the National Guard 'will-be-ex ea I
possible to have had many more >
than tile 21,- but there' are so 191 W. RIch An. panded to a 550,000-man 'force I _
; few of us living In tills residence wholly,nn' a volunteer basis and PARADE OFVALUES
hall that It was not possible.. open Mon. FrL that a Reserve unit-could make '
"Each of ua has more or less Until 9 pan. > the change'to'' Guard U 60 : ELECTRIC EYE
'adopted' a boy for the activities per cent te. 'lOPf'r cent. of Its I 'v.
and the whole program promises I. members agreed.
to be a very foe one. Certainly Dead-At 56STIUTFOM TARGET.DATE 'I ftbuloui |>ft for the whole

we hope It will mean somethingto I, In response to a series fir.. fimily. Everything you reid for t
.) our guests but more than Conn. (AP) = questions, the Army among other sicrtini color movint' The cimtn -
this it will make Christmas much George B. Park, 56, senior vice thugs confirmed reports that Is completely lutemitie md
brighter for each of us as we president of McCann-Ertckson I the convenrion'tsi due to be completed ,COOKS AS .GOOD AS IT LOOKS! easy to use The ilielriciy*
turn our attention'the following New York advertising<< firm, by.March 31. 19M. It will .
tits huttir mtomWIDr '
day toward leaving school and died of a sudden seizure Mon I begin red July L
The** were '14ellyfpow 'f' ,' f t
*stare other questions ., {
families day.
going to Join our own TONS
the Army'answered- : K ... '" I'
tor the holiday season. f
Attack Is Fatal Q. What 'happens I to men who KEYSTONE 'nnw .
have amassed retirement '

Italy Joins Paul H. Hoch.: (2. New York A. Individuals who are transferred ipi ;t+ ,1 ANDTELEPHOTO ,.
state commissioner of mental to the active standby Its.serve C LENSES
'and 'may continue to amasspoints
hygiene aa authority on
mental health, died Tuesday for retirement although 1 PIECES 1
at a somewhat. slower rste, If
Space Race night all heart attack. the
individual la transferred to
the Inactive standby Reserve .n i I
;- rsWASfflNGTONiAP.. he sill not accrue further retirement I qle
> : :( )' ,... An' The Record pouts although lie (ISO ,y iwgattNO
does not lone those which .have
Italian spacecraftdubbed. Ban been 11 ,.r' ; 'fr ,
previously amassed. MCNET hill II IIl
Marco I and stamped JAIL EECWTEEHolley

"Launched In the U.S..A." Is E. Harper Jr., 31, Indian Q. What ROTC happens PROGRAM to the col- L DowN
whirling around the earth every River' City, drunken driving leg* ROTC programs Will all
(5 minutes.' D. Miller, 29, New ) III ttti
; Raymond
graduates go Into the Guard l 4iiaika tan,,...
Italians are Jubilant ever the Smyrna Beach, removing property A. .Nothing happens to the col ic
success of the 254 pound satel. under lies; Clarence O'Baa lege ROTC _
program as a resultof
lite which was rocketed! into orbit eon, 33. Orlando, possession of the restructuring action,
by an Italian crew late Tuesday firearms by felon returned from Graduates' will ft Into the '
from the U.S. space!'l Florida State Prison on' Gideon Guard' only on voluntary basis. $ 1
station at Wallop Island. Case; David Emanuel, 53 .De- Those who do not want to go Lz r"rep .

Va.With Land assault and battery: IlIttilt Guard ;iwUl remain! gg95 ,
the space dttfvlllf1lf. Ge.rgelrtla.- M, DeL nd. assault ,embers nf.the Army Reserve \
Italy becomes the third to orbit a satellite. Only The M, Seville drunk; Martin to regular drills but liable twwtJMT. KEYSTONE PROJECTOR
United State! and the Soviet Luther 'Hud on, 20, DeLand. for possible summer trllnln,. ...
bonnie M. Stunner JlDeLand ((900 watt illumination)
Union had >orbited space vehicles speeding; Q. What choices lOW are opento
previously. speeding; draft,' youths/ who have ia
I'JI. THANKCO Alvlson Lee Hayes, 2(. Day been attic toenlist In the six-

"Now Italy baa Joined a select tons- Reacts, 'no driver's license: month Reserve program ro on
group of nations that have Oifferd Nelson. 2:. Daytona acflv duty for that period and
placed a satellite Into orbit," Reach no driver's license' ; Monroe serve Nit the rent of their six-
49, Canaveral. '..Reserve
said Sergio Fenoaltea Italian Mllby. Cap year ebtigstlon with
drunken striving, failure to notify either Guard Reserve
or nmts?
ambassador to the! United
States. He thanked, the United .owner, and failure to have A. Under >tae proposed Choose From Turquoise, Pink or Bcigo
vehicle alder control; Emmett change, u Individual has the
States fnr Ira ,
ce. Miles. RIp, 41 'Jacksonville. opportunity to enlist far Reserve
'Deputy space! administrator speeding, displaying ajdaKereddriver's tall service 0.11. UN Nsuoaal
Dr.) Hugh L. Dryo> '*U'the top license, and Makin,'. Guard. .

U.S. representative jrtstnt- false affidavit} Howard Gmt,
For the crew of 73 Italians,
22. Oactnnad Ohio driver's
the'successful launehttg capped license: Donald Comb no 24 daclnnart A'orway Leader DIe TEFLON COATED

aa effort of more : than two Ohio alia I 1 w I lag an
which bad OSLO; Norway (AP) Carl '
years during they
gnauthorteed pens to drive; SUNBEAM MULTI-COOKER FRYPAN
JoacWm Hmbro. 19 from 1m.
trained at various DA bases
Robert FJwxJworth. ,211. Ft Valley
under as agreement betweenthe Ga., ao driver's license; Jt, MM president of DM" League of .'1I1f., Slyi.II /.
Nartnn sod laden"a U.N. &ol..
US. National AemnStflcs
ind Spare 'Administration aad A. Crawford 'ttf SaafoM.Vag gait( front .Mnrway, AIM. 1M- ,. "", Off Ie ""tit'ftYI '

the Italian Space Communion.\ Mryptrzi, "unn Hay in OsloH. was president .0 5.511s V Y2
MW Nlnta qe
Under the terms '"f UM agreement Robert I, Mil/Jen \t MaM L. Norway Parliament wisps .. r _
betweenNASA and the Mathiaa for 1 O.HO; Donald W. Germany attacked >Orw"1 a bad "tl deoy" s'h

Italian enmmioioBL ."... "ex Walter ts MabeJ L. Matlu) for: ij b.1reN1" uq 5v'1i
Changed fund"wa Involved SSO.onO: Margie Mae Hudson ospd .y.. s ; .

Each country, paid' tor the- vs Hentua A. Bani i.r. lor I9ul.ATHENS"' 'i't'1It
I equipment tt provided,' KO.onO; Esther Dunlap Vt Cora
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NEW MEMBERS IN PIERSON LIONS CLUB .- I Internationa Counselor Earl W. Ziebarth, far right, induct-

Ray c. Fields, principal'of Taylor iJunior- e
Senior High School has announced that the following student High School's cafeteria Left to right new members are t he Rev. Wilton Musselwhite; Roy H. Ferguson; Lester

BARBERVILLE: It'll'as are listed on the school honor roll for the part slX'weekagriding Johnston; Walter Hare and Tom Jones, reinstated to th e Club. Roy Maddox and Alton'' Stephens are new mem

birthday time Thursday for Joey 1Iz period .' ,* bers not available when this picture was taken. (Sun News Photo by Allen).
Tatar when he became 9 years Three students receiving all A's were Fannie Stacy* grad .

old. Dec. IB. The party was held Mr 10; Cheryl McMlcken grade 11,.and Victor. Powell grade. 12. ', : n
la the home of his parents Other honors Included: I :

and Mrs. George Tabor, GRADE 7 James HasMns and James 'Johnston. t .. I ,
For :the occasion a Christmas GRADE! I Cheryl' Carlisle, Audry McCormIck, Maws t. : .
carried ,out. A tire ,
them was '
Nalman. and Marva Underhill .
puce, arraagement complete GRADE 9 Gerald Ashcraft Gena Barnhart, Carol Ann' :
from ,the
with stqfkirjgs\ hung
Blackman, Gary Hallman: Jackie Peterson Bonnie Pierson, -
mantle and make
i M Diana Prevatt, Jerry Reeves Roseanna Strange, Lawn Wtt-
backed bye burning light bulb
soil and David Wilson. .
the focal point'of attraction.An
GRADE 10 Rodney Coleman Mare Naiman, dance
improvised train (constructed BIRTHDAY GIRL PaliySjkes
Raulerson' Curtis Richardson and Barbara Walker
of boxes) with -an ef honor
was guest GRADE 11 s- Sharon Cowart, Ann Marl Molander and tM '
and f
engine, two freight cars, ;'a her sixth birthday at a party Molander.
caboose was placed in front of her Mr and Mary.
given hr
GRADE 12'Dorl. Ballard, Iris Cade Roma Jean Me:
the fir place. The freight cars Mrs. J& 'k Prevatt Due. 12. '
Cormlck and Carol Wilson.
held ,the many, rLtfs'presented CelebrstlKg'with Patsy and enJoying t
to. Joey.for this special occasion.REFRESHMENTS \the tradliionml birthday

cake and I Ice cream along with
The refreshment table in the matching Patoy open! her gift

dining room was covered with I ware Mr and Mr*. Prevatt New Rules Are OutlinedAt ere e
at Christmas cloth The eye their 'son Dennl and small : _

catching centerpiece was a large daughter Gall Elisabeth II.... .i.. a iet _
birthday cake (sheath size) Helm Muller and daughter. .

which was frosted In white and' Patty,. Cheryl McMlcken\ and ., ,,
en*, half was decorated with a VFW Meet
Airs. Elsie Clifton.Also preaent Auxiliary s
now scene with miniature' boys o to
for the canloa wars Mrs. w'a..y 1.
and girls en sleds and two ,r" +, fr +- r
8. J., and, flay Mew ,ef Seville.WSCS -'
Christmas trees, the other side
held a red polnsettia! arrange PIERSON LIONS CHRISTMAS PARTY Pier ion Lions Club president Harold Carlisle, standing, welcomed
ment and was.,.inscribed" with PIERSON Mrs. Nora Gilesple a whit and red cloth centered members and guesta'to the annual Club Christm as Party Saturday night in the Taylor High School cafe
"Happy Birthday Joey" Red Holds District I president of the with a running arrangement of the William A. Eubanks tor
teria. Left to right are, Rev. Pas of Pierson's Ebenezer Lutheran Church, featured
: Ladles Auxiliary, and Mrs. Betty huge red polnsettiaa
aDd green Christmas candles Carlisle W. Ziebarth International Counselor and Mrs. Sun News Allen
Mrs. Ziebarth. Photo
enhanced the table decorations. Jrennan, put president from Those present in addition to speaker; ; ; ( by )

Tb. buffet also gay with Holiday Fete New Smyrna Beach, were the those previously mentioned were
Qrlstms decorations, held the pedal guests when the mem Mrs. Walter Brigjs, Mrs Hnllls
punch bowl with,lims sherbert ben of the Ladles' Auxiliary to Hallman Mrs. Ada Anderson Annual Christmas Party Staged By Pierson Lions

punch aniS above, on the, wall In Pierson VFW Post 9726 met at the post and Mrs. Ray Cnwgill.
were Christmas ornaments of home on Volusla Ave. Monday Mrs. Louis Jerteo' presentedthe !

Ctyrafoam, Ice cream cones PIERSON-Th: "spirit 'ct the night for their regular meeting District President Mrs. Giltespl -

I holding Christmas balls holiday season reigned\ ,
I INFORMAL PLAT Mrs. Gillespie Informed the of the local auxiliary
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
Attending were Anderson
Christmas luncheon and party of Ladies Night Christmas Party message was given by the
. An afternoon .of informal play on the new rules that .
group Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs. Eubanks Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. l'V1dPeltl'l
the Womens' of
Society Earl
wu enjoyed and.several prizes la the Auxtl- was held Saturday night In the Rev. William Eubanks. W.
tan Service Thursday, It was up recently Mr. and Mrs. Earl Zlebarth, Mr n. Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
I were awarded to the winners ,at hl'ld' in the dining area of the lary. BarbervilleChurch Taylor High School Cafetorlum Zlebarth Installed the new club and Mrs. Bill Zlebarth. Miss Peterson, the Rev. and Mrs

game time. First Methodist Church. During the business session which had been decorated forth members and entertainment Cathy Gamer Mr. and Mrs. Reid B. Gass, Mr. and Mrs

Favors of Santa Clauses filled A silver Christmas tree deco which was presided over by Mrs. occasion In a holiday theme was In charge of John Swanson William Cuddy, Mr. and Mr*. B. C. Hartley, Elsie Hartley,
I with candy were 'liv n\\ to the rated, with varlgat! ornaments, Louts Jerlco, president a list Sets and Ronald Jones Stansell, Mr. and Mrs. Gamer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bennett,
and the received The speakers' table held a
girls boys of name of children who are In The Rev. Alton
centered the dining table along Stephens gave Mr. and Mrs. Murphy John Mr. and Mrs. Bob Haynes Mr.
I rockets filled with candy with other holiday arrange the orphanage at Eaton Rapids, large centerpiece of red carnations the closing prayer Swanson Mrs. HUma Swanson, and Mis. Roy Ferguson Mr.

\ Refreshments of party, sandwlcbes and ments. Place mats and napkins Mich. were given out for mem- Yule and gladioli Intenpersed Officers In addition to CarlIsle Mr. and bin John Smiley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hare, Mr. and
birthday cake carrying eut the Christmas I ben to select one name to senda Program with holiday ornaments. Arrangements are Bill Zlebarth first vie and Mrs. Ronald Jones, Mr. and Mrs Otto Allen (DeLand) Mr.

f'I It! punch were served to those theme were placed for the 32 package to at Christmas'time of red candles with president; Swanson second vice I Mr*. Tom Jones, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Ralph E. Burned, the
I present. guests present..On the wall were Several, th.nk.rOll cold and BARBERVILLC The Bar. holly slid white camellia were president) Tom Murphy, third Lester Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. James Sledge
''f;, Joining :Joey en his special' Christmas" wreathes, each Willie cards were read by Mrs. Jack bervlll Baptist Church will pros centered on the other tables. vice piesldent-. T. Peterson, Larry Jones, Mrs. Ruth Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Mr and

I' day.were Debra Martin Su.anI' tiny gold, tree and angels. The Hartley from those that the sent their Christmas program The following program was presented secretary, A. H. Stansell. treasurer Mr. and Mrs. Roy Maddox, Mrs. Edward Talton (DeLand)
and Kevin Stone, Gall ..ClalloW.eky traditional NativitySeen* wash iliary bad sent flowers entitled, "The First Christmas during the evening: ; A. J. Peterson tail twister Emmett Usher nad Mary Margaret and Mrs. and Mrs. J. D. John

Roberts, Sandra Lana McGln-Mo. focal point of attraction no monetary gift to In this .UX.I. Morn," Dec. 21, at T:3O: p,m., In Harold Carlisle dub president, and Emmett V.h1'! lion West Palatka; Mr. and
ala, Becky Gatch,
lander, Robyn and Jackie TpUI- the piano month. the church auditorium. presided at the dinner The invocation tamer. Mrs. T. DeWItt Taylor, Rev son.Each member and guest received

I (I son Candy and Sammy Bennett, ''A poem. "What God Gives," HOST( SERVE The program will open with a was given by the Rev. Director are Allen Bradley Mr. Musselwhite, Mr. and Mrs a floating candle as a
Bonnie Joan dine, Mart King, written by Mrs. John A. dark Mrs. Louis Jerlco, Mrs. W. J, piano solo by Barbara Cox. This Wilton Musselwhlte. Herbert Osmer, Delmar Harper Taylor, Mrs. and Mrs. Russell memento of the occasion.Prayer .

Ronnie Carlisle,,Jackie Snearer, was read by Mrs John Smileyor !Blackburn! and Mrs Beda Mo will be followed by the traditional

'I I Greg Cade, Gary Causey, Joseph ([ the Musing lAnder, who served as the hostesses Nativity Scene. The read.
' Steadman, Jimmy Allen and BUFFET LUNCHEON during the social period, er for this will be Josephine Program Set Christmas Is Theme DayIs
Clair Burnsed. Also his mater. After a buffet luncheon, the served refreshments of chicken Wilkes, Mary will be played by

4 sal grandparent), Mr.;and MI',. pastor Rev, Reid B. Gass read salad sandwiches homemade Fannie Stacy; Joseph will be
Melvin Tolllson of Daytona his the "Christmas Story." This cake and cookies coffee and portrayed by Jim fox; Anna a In
aunts Mrs. Burt Gnann of was fouowed'by tinging Christmas tea from a beautifully decorated Galtlian neighbor, Is played by Emporia Staged By

Eustts Miss Betty Jo* .Tabor Carols and an exchange ollifts. table which was covered with Luis Purvis; Jacob, a lame boy At Meeting Of LCW

New Orleans, and Miss Linda Howard Barnes' Ra"I.hh'- BARBERVILLE Th Christ
Tolllson, of Daytona MrI. Joe Sharing. the happy occasion m'hr: Carolyn-8 f'iwih; mil program of the Emporia Seville Group

Bennett Jr., Mrs. Robots Jo were the Rev. and Mrs. Reid B. WMU Meets} Roman soldiers, Janus and Baptist Church will be held Dec.

:Toulson, and Mrs. Bert din. Case Mrs John Muller Mr. and. Octavtun and, played hy Billy Inab' M at 7:30 p.m. It Is under the PIERSON The lovely horn and floating lime sherbet and SEVILLE-Th* Women Missionary
nett Barnes
Mrs. Cart Hsgstrom Edel Hansen Gladys I't'spt'cttvf'IYI Laura Blackburn
direction of
The play LInda.period Tolllsoa was supervised and ,, Sytha Carlisle L u e 111 Inn Keeper Amos, David and Ruenell Johnson It Includes of Mr. and kin Jimmy Taylor coffee. Society of the First Baptist
by At Church Tale Lake the lor Guests Included the
Roma Jean McCormlck.Barberville. Smiley, Virginia Braddock Pat Cox; the, three shepherds, Ohed. children youth, 'and adults of( on the General wu Lutheran setting ChurchWomen above mentioned present and Carol Church held a Day of Prayer
Underhill Nahum, and Demas will be
Hantrom. Vlrxinla )portrayed the church last Tuesday. The Scripture was
LnUt.. Lena by Bob White Howard meeting Thursday night. Prehn and her mother Mrs. -.
r Hallman. Brlggs
BARBERVILLE:: The mem school children taking given by M 'i. Mae Rout. The
Cox and tame OnkowiW Sunday 'Christmas Joy" was the topic Heln of DeLand Florence Min
Carrie Underhill
One, Mary respectively
ben of the .Women's Missionary and part In the program are: Danny ef the program presented bvBetty chew, Beda Molander. Mrs William devotional message wu given
Eleanor''' Fisher, Pearl dark ? the Angel will
Union of tilt BarbervUl Baptist: by Mn.ra'Iowen.; using
I Give
j be Peterson "What Can Zlebartb. chairman and !:Eubank Martha McGln
i Meld.FergusonEtkel Murphy, Church met Monday night In the played by Kathy BennettOPENING 'Hello" Matt. 29:35-40 and Matt 13:27-30.
i \ PersonalsBARBERVrLLE Ada Anderson Hlm"; Johnny ; she was assisted by Astrid Johnston nil Lillian Pittman of DeLand
Mary Curry lONG
church auditorium. The meeting "Born In Bethle Mrs Morris Flowers gave the
Wayne Guess. Virginia Peterson, Dorothy Olive Greenland and her mother
j Mary Owner, Lorin Moor Mann, opened with a prayer by Mn. The opening song for the first i hem"; Nancy Guess ''God.Ga",* Zlebarth and Mary Wilson Laura Smith of DeLand, Lilltit life story of Lottie Moon. The
I : Mr. and Eoesls"Want Betty Howard Cox. Fannie Ma Stacy scene will be, ""God' Promises," A Gift"; Kevin Brumblow "My Kathy Greenlund lit the Ad: Center, Ruth' Anderson Mrs goal for the Lotti Moon Christmas .
Melll Jo Turner,and son Lance
Mrs. Tabor and son :Joey read the devotion. sung by the choir. Special sing JImmie .Allen, "Star. offering la $::10.
, I Pearl i Turner,' Ada Hallman Gift"; vent Wreath and sang, "Away C. M Sharr, Ann Nora, Bernice
ipent gait Sunday\ la WUllston Stella .Johnsno, .Helen CowgtllBeatrlc The business session was conducted log will be by Kathy Bennett Light Star Bright" Jsnic In the Manger/ Greeolund Carrie Ueosman After a luncheon the business

where they attended a family Cutrlght, and Mittt by Mrs. Dolan Barnes, Carolyn Bantu and Fannie Brumblow "This .Year's Christmas Jody and Carmie Burnsed sang Sonja Llndstipm; Gladys New meeting was held. It was decided
get.together'at the home of his Plrnon president of the organization. Stacy "who will ,,present Silent Story"; Mai'jort* Brumblow I. duet entitled "When Christ man :Ursula Underhill Hllma W place a' small Christmastree
I I and sister, Mr The treasurer's report was Night 0 Holy Night, will be "This.Is the Way"; and Kathy the Lord is Born, This was followed Swanson, Ada Anderson Edrl In the church and a light

and Mrs.:,J. O Tyner.. read by Mrs Barbara Cox. Th..f'CntIJ'1 sung by Howard Cox and Lorine McCoy,It's Christmas Time. by the members singing Hansen' Norma Jones Sabr .bulb be placed on the tree for
FHA deskowsM
:Beatrlc;Tolllsoa of Daytona Group: reportwss given by Bethlehem "Beautiful will be presentedby Star of 'Th* Nativity Scene, entitled Christmas; carols. Bradley, Viola Pierson ,Grace each Moon dollar given to the Lotti

her daughter Linda Tolllson andBerttu.Tabor ,Mrs. Frank Clesikowskl and was Fame, ,"No;Room In the .Inn." will The home was gay with Christmas Bussed! Carol Carlisle and Ruth. Christmas Offering
Gladys and
and Wilma ToWson Attends Meet approved as read. Mrs denkowpkl : daughters follow the program with the following .decorations. On the toffee Johnston. The: Community Missions pro
and Roma! Jean McCor- + lave the closing prajer. In Carolyn and Cookie, "Awa, / ,taking parts Reader table was an arrangement of red Hostesses were Mrs Jimmy I'IJft'wa.1f't for Tuesday, Dec.

I mink: of Seville were all shopping Prayers were said fnr the sick a Manger.of junior:" win and be senior sung by a. Earl: McCoy; Mary Sharon polnsetttas and camellasHftUDAT Taylor and Mrs. T. DeWItt Tay. 22 ,when they will take a box
group girls.The of cookies and
Thursday eveningFriends Mrs. June Send. candy and gifts
and needy and the church U a benediction Johnson, Joseph -, Richard All- MOTIF
will be
I will Interested to Future .Homemakers .of Amert whole.! Rev. Daniel Thomss by the man Inll Keeper Jury Allen, The table arrangements la a to the DVoI Nursing Home. De-
lean that Frank: Turner Jr., ca chapter 'adviser and, homemaking lor.Yule Land.
Janice Brumblow; Christmas theme added totheholiday
Th. next meeting dat win be HI'\\'U.! -
assisted by Mr and Mrs. 7.: P. instructor at Taylor After the program' the group Shepherds.tEt la Guess Jr., atmosphere. The centerpiece ) ConcertIs The WMU Christmas party
Jan. t.ThOle
will enjoy the Christmas tree ) will bit held at the
Ta'ItJr.uve I'eCtlltly'opIned the High ,School accompanied by Peterson Dennis Brum was a gold reindeer .i horn of Mrs.
riorldlaa-Restaurant'for' bust Jeaa hfcCo mlc president, preeent for Monday .and the exchange of gifts. Danny blow and Mickey Blackburn: surrounded by, lavender pinecones Betty sledge on Dec 29 at 7:30.:

I ..... Th restaurant Is located Sharon Cowart. presidentelect night's meeting were Mrs. Dolan The program Is under the d( WIN,Mea ,Jerry Alien, CarlGuess and goldball Circling the Scheduled Members will bring gifts forth
oa Highway 40 between Barber and Pfti Raulerson, chairman Barnes, Mr, Jim Cox, Mrs. region ef the program chair Edward Cue.... punch bowl were red and white ,needy and clothing to be
vine and Astor. of, program ef work attended Howard Cox Mrs. Frank Qesskowskl : man. Mrs. Melvin 1'01111' <<18., assisted ,and camelias. Refreshments of sent overseas
Mr. and Mrs. JfeJvIft'ToIliloll the FHA County Council MeetIng ,'Fannl Mae Stacy, and by Mrs. Frank deszkow. There, wilt be several readingsand faced sandwiches Christmas open- PIERSON: Thursday, Dec. Those pretient at the meeting

"; and daughter Linda of Daytona for Horn Economics Tfarh Cookie and Carolyn Raman ski and Howard Cox. several selections will be cookies. nuts and mints were IT, a Christmas concert' will beprenented were Mr*. Morris Flowers kits

pent Wednesday through Frl ers and president last Mondayt sung by the choir. served with cranberry punch and will feature the Vera Flowers, Mrs Rout. Mrs.
day visiting their and the Sebret High School In After the rGfI'&JTSaat.a cane Ta>1or'High -School Janlor-Ses- Mary Gamble Sirs Gladys
daughter Mr. aniS Mrs. George Raytona. Garden Club will make ,hi* official visit to lor High Glee dub and the Tay Stone Mrs. Marilyn Mew and
:Tabor. Jean who Is president of! tile Party StagedA tile 'church! 'and there. will be a Ebcnezcr ChurchEvent lor High Band la the Pterson Mrs. Sledge.

,', Student who mad. the honor county council, presided. .at the gift exdUUII" Auditorium at I p.m.There .
, roll ,at T. Hewitt Taylor High meeting.. : Highlights be several aumben
,, School ,this past six,week period A program oa fashion' and appearance presented! by the Woodwind Quia- OfficerS' Set
are 7th grade Jam. HassansW was presented during PIERSON The members el report wu mad oa the Baptist Church Christmas Music I: tit; A saxophoa solo will\ bepresented
1 tile Plersoa\ Area Garden dub
-. Marvin Nalmaa the afternoon. planting* members had .completed by Daniel Ballard:

and ridee Underhill; 10th grad Party held their and meeting' annual Wednesday Christmas recentlyat the Community Slates Program: PIERSON -TIle annual Prelude Trumpst Solo WIll be by \Tn-. By Ministers\
Lutheran Church I real Hallman; Piano Solo. Sa,
.. ..Ma who mad '
Fannl Stacy afternoon In tile Community Center.,, to Christmas musical program
straight .A.'., and Mare Nalmaa; PTERSON The Christmas arranged by E. G. Wess- f dra Underwood, Clarinet Solo by
Plan mad .to
Center oa Washington Ave. wr deliver ,
Vonale Shaw
Sets Yule Cantata of the First BaptistChurch Flute Solo by PERSON At last
: >2thgrwM-DoriaFafard. A holiday .theme I was used gifts to the :* -.ltllt.laa'*.la the program 'be maa church organist and choir Margaret. Johnson. Percussion a meeting
Mrs. Frank dMzkowskl, was through IIIIt the party room. community before 'Christmas.. will puttedDoe'I director, wan pretested' recentlyr Monday tile Nbrthneit Vdusia -
the.luncheon guest Friday at the PIERSON Dee. a. the The serving table, covered !'tan.'M'fI aha 'mad to decent 30 at T.V) ,.1ft.. with both adults I the Ebenetrt: Lutheran dues will be presented by Keith Ministerial AltmciatJoa geld
of th* ckurch! par- i Smiley act Janice Umtrtrora estitled. ht th* *-tnr's of
children p shirty the fieexer
home ol Beatrice and MeMaTotttaoa Christmas cantata will b* held with a Christmas cloth!, featuredtwo the Tows Han and the Community and Church. .' -
a.1II Daytona., Mrs. duct at at the EbfotIftiII'1M! I arrangements; one with dud Center for Christmas tteipatiagTh Taking part I le the program -Jutrle RHI fUdas. Lther Church. the r ">/.
kowckl enjoyed a day ef"shop-. theran Church and will tie presented whit camellaa flaaked by Guests welcomed were Ftoasf week of payer, far fcreignUaions '* were the Rev WDllam Eubaeks. Another" laterMtlag eompositton. > I Daniel E. Harrison, pastas if:
the FKtnoa Svlll and site Lorn Moo church and Carol Wilson 1Aa1maa II Christ'flu the Trtanjr Methodist Church ta
par Tuesday ta Dayton by and red candle! and the other a Wall. Beatrice Cutrlght.. aad / pastor *'
Jrfr. and Mrs. Richard DregganM& Methodist Churches' and thSvffl e centerpiece with red polatetttas Ruby Carlisl Member present Christmas Fund ell,"" program Melody Cade. Sh r>1 Burnsed! Wul also fester* a soloreap. Seville wu elected president ef
Church choir' .. ,riJ' .be,',bid T.M ,.11'I. Sandra McGlnnls. the luster Th* "11Stare" wul th* asaoclatk for the 1M44Jjw
Rickey Jackson Baptist :
son aad camtKas The gift table was wen LeaaiBrlggs l Ada Aao>r> '
vttJ war* the rut last week Th* filial rehearsal for the ... covered with a lace cloth and son: Mary' Curry. Odetta Cole- Aedaesday. R,wffl be presentedby choir, Kathy Greenland, Lana sing "Rwfclph th* Red Nosed ,
end at the horn of her parent sal Sunday church school wU held plants Sad gifts for exchange. man. Mary CubanM aad daughter till member 01 the Worn I MnUnder. Forest and Cab Reudeer" Tb* a promote
at Missionary tnlon. Th* them forth Burmsed. \1ct Bee II III a During the evening the swflece Interdenominational wrshlpservice
4 .
'and Mrs. Bert RoysL Whll.1111"Io lie held at p m. Wednesday Angela; Helen CowgUL Mary
Mr. will hear srlectloas familiar *-a4 b,'
then al.o spent some time the Ebenner: Luthersa-curch. For refreshments each *f the Drake. Nerd Council Meld week -Worship Christ Jam** aad Wlfliam 'JohI.toa. a cimprrattv
..,.* ;The weekly topics am Terry TaykrLisa Kola"*" sad uafanrulLar by tsKOvVJual program of social welfare work
wKh It1a punta! Mr. and Mrs This will ladude all chUdre member brought cither saadwkae Ferguson Cdel) Haaaea Mittt r'l add '
: Prefm. ta Deface tram the tunery to th* ecohe'watine or dessert which was Pierson. Beda Motaixtar, Henri, Monday "Without ChrM.They' Jackie Newman.' Crerjt Cad*. axl. Sr. O Club stndmts. eonprrate with tile local
darene Taserisv '- liaise Chen'I CartW. The. program I II briag pntetittd schools ta prmottBg moral and
followed Have N. Keg mby. ,
clans sad will be served with coffee and tet Pita Jertr*, ''Martaa Tuner and,
'DAt1I 3Henids'ot.tbe I kJi ,.* Wedne*. Ana Wiles Jtarta Taltoa. and >r the direction of Robert spiritual ereplxst*.
jp BBCCh! by a .Christmas paity.Tb Th haziness porttosi of tile Unmla Cnderhill. .
'Belated a.'st tit Mt.2nd program Is under the CIII their rftrtlo of Mrs. Jimmy Taylor Walter Briggs. president who hostess wha th*, club 'neeu Thursday "Childrenof t eonregatte also joined .dtnctor at Taj lor.Thr ADemOXAL ABEA RCTS

MrL....&er1..1 \ Nov. I ICodJut4 and wi3 b* presented to the coogreratlot opened tile ro* ttng by mdligta Jan. U at 1 pja. la the.coomuaiv th* Ms*," and Friday "VIe hi the ste/peg of tatty -tavortt- *.wilt b*' a, 'smaa admission doe FaCE R\UTtt.
tJn Gardea dub Prtver. }lave Cote to Worship Him. Christmas carols. 2. l
( .. .... iersat WSl Dc 30 at T pjn, >: cutur.

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y .......J"I p' r" 1 Pierson Personals Seville 4-H j
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Seville I
; ,- Personals J 7. I.r PIERSON Belated birthday Units were rrprtttnttd from
Istvn.LE e
greetings to>> Rudolph Petennn Bmard, Qrangt Seminole, Clubs Active
Mn. Ruby Defle for the 19M &5 )'eAr. The assndarton who added a year Dec. S. H* Lake Oscetia, and VoluaJaCounties. ;
O6rley wee released from the actively promote Interdenominational was honored' with a birthday Th* Vest Voluria toll. .. SSVIGLAThe Junior
Ortftje Memorial Hwpitaf in worship services f I IV dinner at a restaurant in Eustls was host for the dinner. 48.gMs
Orlando Saturday to recuperate. ba* a cooperative program o1social last Sunda) Enjoying; the affair After the dinner Mr. and Mrs. participated in a workshop!
Mrt. Fred KUengsrtner and welfare work, and cooperate with the honored guest was his Wessman and Mrs. Molandrr attended meeting recently at the Sevffi*
daughter ol JackMnvUtoi visited with local schools: In wife. Alberta, and his daughterand the Messiah In Elizabeth ichool.! I

her parents Mr. aadMrt; W. H. promoting moral and ..plrltualpl'tlll'afftl. son Tiltrm in law, and Mr. children and Mn.rdward Hall Auditorium. at Stetson University With the aid of Mbi Lt>roll i
MaytleM, and her slater, Mrt. .
BIll Lagttftd the Rev and Mn William Of interest tyuAiSL.BaWu Smith leader, fee girls used 4
Satvrday Mn. The Rev. and Mr*. Daniel I
Lap \Jl f and daughter. Tanya Harrison. Mn. BIll Ruth. Mrs. Eurwnks: and daighter.Angela leiftls\ hero! 'W TMr annWm % a variety of discarded: household
returned with her tor a few J. L. Byrd Mn. Durwood Creel Mr and biro Arvtd meet of the birth of a son born Jars and can to make Christ-
i Peterson! Hilma Swanson, John to Mr. and Mrs. Morris
days visitCleo and daughter Beverly! attendedchteh mu pretests for their\ pareijtj
Waters and Mr. Dens I 1 1I 1l I Swanson Mn. Beda Molander, from Detail at in:10 a.m. IY1- '
at the First Methodist V Mr and Mn. E. G. Weinman, day In the Vest Volusla Memorial and friends. T#
B.nnstt'vtnlted! tin. Lola BeDe Church in DeLand last Sunday 1 I Mr, and Mrs. E T. Peterson and Hospital. The ...
Water Sunday In Orlando at the night and heard Dr. Potts, the I k +w daughter, Jackie, Dr. and Mn. weighed' In at I pounds young man The teenage group was arttvt-
Orange Memorial Hospital. editor of the "Vpper Room." Samuel Miller of l
Orange City His paternal! grandparents art at the Seville Halloween carnival
The Rev. J. J. Sledge wa a Mr- and Mn. Ivy Waters and and Mr. and Mn. Walter Weln- Mr and Mrs. Ralford
business Caller iq Orlando, Tues- ion David, of Winter Garden 4 berg. Plerson. Hagstromof .l. realizing $10 from. sponsorship
day. iMrs.i- : visited her Mr. and of the speak house. TIle money
parents : *
1 Friend sere of Mr and Mn. Birthday greetings to Vonnit
Sill LaplnsW and two E. M. Robinson, this past Mn'1 Jimmy Johnson, Oimond Beach, Shan who was IS years old Dee win turned over to the school*
daughters. Tanya and Tamara. end. will be glad to hear that their I '-" PTA. 4f
of Tripoli Libya arrived" by Mn. JJune Reynolds and five.month.old daughter Jal1l".. 13hti, 'and Mr. Tiny Wall* of Participating In the spook
plane in Orlando Tuesday. They Harriett Sleeper spent Sunday I{ is getting along nicely now after Lake Mary and eon Hilly, who house were Audrey M.cCormekor"IY !
were, met there by her parents. in Daytopa. being hospitalized" for several Is home for Christmas! from the King. Debbl Smith
Mr. and Mr. Howard M j field. Mr and Mn. Carl Roblnvon day. last week with pneumnnla. University of Arizona, and their Mitchell Henry, OH Maryes,.
d They had a nice trip over, and Mr and Mrs. Edwin: Saltier r She la recuperating at the home two gianddaughlera, Julie and OlIvia Maryei, John Mai?..,.
tpendlng one night In London and children of Crescent City o of her gisndparenis. Mr. and Ann of Orlando were the dinner Lisa Starling and Rodney Cole .
England. Mr. Luplnskt will Join visited" relative in Jacksonville :Mrs. Herman Raulrnon guest ot Mrs Ftossl Wall Sun. nun. .
them here next Monday and they Sunday Mr. and Mrs.) Paul Cade and day A Christmas dance will be hell'
will visit here and with his rare Mr. and Mn. Glenn Pnley of (children Melody and Jeff, and Mr and Mrs Harold Wigginsof I In the Seville gymnasium' on Dee.
ants and other relatives for a Gainesville 1t4'd Mn. Mildred Mis Cad*', mother Mis John Apopka were ever Thursday 11 for grades 711 Admission: '
month. Mrs. LaptnsM was' for. Newmon Sunday en rout to Mailman, were shopping In Orlando for a visit with their daughterand will be 33: cents: stag and 3S"Cf'nt.
tnerly Miss Wylene Ma 'field.Mrs. DeLand. Mr, andMil. .
> DJHS CHORAL CLINIC Dr Irvin Cooper, Professor of Music at Florida Thursday evening Also drag.Jee.e..e.S5 "
Mary Gambit and children )Ir. and Mn. Claude Blairof then last week were' Mr*. Willis I Herbert: Osmer. Also while here.
State University conducted a Choral Clinic Monday at DcLand Junior High School 5 .e..eee.liEVERY
and Mrs. Emily Wells and MacClenny spent Tuesday with Tuner and her daughter law, they Malted with Mra"HaTet
daughter Elaine, visited Mrs Mn Bill Ruth. as part of a five event music education wo rkshop sponsored by Stetson Vniv rlltY'1 Mn. Laurence Turner and Mr Rees 2nd GALLON
tula Belle Waters In the Orange! The Rev. and Mn. Dan Harrison student chapter of the Music' Education National Conl. nce. 'Dirt. Ruth Richardson. and Mrs, John A. Clark and son, Mrs. Ernest Donaldson of
Memorial Hospital Orlando* and daughter Judy spent Carr is Stetson's MENC advisor and an associateprofessor n( Church Music. The Norwood. Lake Mary and her daughter

,r Sunday. last Thursday shopping In Or workshop Included: a general discussion p< rind from 8.45; to 930; a.m. in Elizabeth Hall; Mr. and Mis Roy Maddox Mrs, Lola ianlw nf Klatlmmee

Th*.annual turkey-ham; dinner lando, a review of materials In DeL nd Hall and a general-review in Elizabeth] Hall during have as their house guests |her with were her here Saturday for a visit :1iM FREE ;
Mrs. John Hutson and daughter the afternoon and in the Stetson Union Mr parents Mr, and Mrs
Sponsored by .the Women* Society ; an evening banquet Building Mrs. Carr parents and Mrs, W. H. Frank Pittman ?
of Christian Service of the Linda of Daytona Beach! said Dr. Cooper's methods of training young volc@I' are recognized throughout the Rowell ot Milton, Fie Road. on Shaw Lake : a Of Extra :.

Trinity Methodist Church.. !* last Mr..and spent Saturday Mn. E.with M.her Robinson.Mn parents., world. The junior high students received y esterdiy's. : Clinic enthusiastically. (Sun Birthday greetings to Mrs. Edward Herbert Gamer pent Sunday I : .'p Coati :
Thursday evening, great Photo Tallos. Mis. Bill Zleharth
: was a News by Allen) In SortntO on rumlncti.
success. The bake isle and bar Grace Martin and her both Dec n, and to Mn. ,:. a. Bud Hllsenbeck a a d
2aar netted $70. The proceeds sister:, Mn. LueciUe Arnold ofeland Wemman; Dee 23. sons !
Peter, Stevie and, Joey of Or .
from the dinner was not available spent Sunday In Day Martha Circle Holds 'PartrPERSON Mr. and Mrs Ellis Dees have mond were visiting his parents :
this ton a. had a* their houiegiiests her starter
at time of( writing.Mn. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hllaenbeck Plies TU-1MT :
Mr. and Mn. Charles Rents JACOBYOn and family of Tlfton Ga. for :
Nadine Nelson, Mn. Dot Sunday .
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a e e 5 1111 e.U. 11e..nMrerme
M Lula Bell and two sons of Jacksonville -The home of Mrs. guests hjf playing Chrlstmss several dA)" ,
CorroICJI(,,H" *
Waters;?ana Mrs,.Mary Gamble spent the past weekend at Pin I G. I. Anderson<< en Second Avenue Carol record tf. .jf 'Mr.. and Mis. Tart Anderson .. ..,---.-----.. "
were hfDaytonaBeach last Island Fish Camp. wee the toning for the The Bible Study period >*s Bridge were In Jacksonville on a buttne .
Wednesday Mn. Myrl Henry, Mn. Leon Christmas party and meeting conducted by Mrs. E. C. W.... .* trip ThundavMr. .
Braddock. Mn. Charlie Wil when the Martha Circle of the msn. The topic was taken from and! Mn. Horace Powell
Mn. H. E. Coen of Olney, HI? llama Mn. Christine Cowart Ebenezer Lutheran Church Women the Epistle nf St. John and eachmember ft OSWALD JACOB. of Jacksonville were. her over Give family
vUlted Mrs. Bill Ruth Saturday. ?Cewgew I.t.,.... Anon. your
afternoon. in the
and Mn. Dnttle Haynea pent met Tuesday participated study the weekend at the home of his
Mr( Ceen'ls spending the winter Tuesday in Orlando shopping.A A Christmas them was carried I and discussion period.Mil. mother, Mr. Ctlnheth Powell 1
month at her trailer In DeLand.Mr. Christmas program will be out in decorations, which Included Stella Taylor read a Horace and hI. brothers. Dan IH
and Mrs. McCoy Gamble presented at the FIrst Baptist a gaily" colored tree with Christmas Poem pertaining to XOKTH II red and Herbert" of Leland and i
and son have moved Into the the lesson. AQJIJ10III Ms uncle, Leon Price did
l ,
Church Wednesday evening. gifts underneath for exchange. some
borne tit the late, Mrs. Eudelle There will also be a Christmastree Other decoration! used were a : During Ik* social! hour, Mrs. V hunting over IN the scrub.Abo thai keeps on giving ; \
Yarn. of Anderson served delicious refreshments her from Jacksonville
and an exchange gift candy Christmas tree and a i
Mr. and Mn. Lena Braddock by the Sunday school. small Santa Qaus. Arrangements of open-faced sandwiches .QHI for a hunting trip were Danny
f and children, and Mn. Bill Ruth of pink and white camellias lemon delight, fruit cake WEST CAST McCullmigh and his friend They .
visited Mn. Ruhy Dell Corley. To Run For-Mayor were placed at vantage and homemafto cookie and coffee 'Atll AAJtlllVQHI were. the guests of his parents, tfM"
In' the Orange Memorial flos- point in th*. party .rooms. to Mrs. T. DeWltt Tsylor, VKtTI7t Mr and bin Herman Settler t""e
[ pita! in Orlando Tuesday, LOS ANGELES-AP) Rep. Centering the refreshment 'table Mr: Oscar Creenlund, Mrs: Hll-, KI son. m >,nUIGentagna"coc.

Mn. Lula Belle Waters was James Roosevelt Calif.,' says covered with a Christmas' ma Swanson, Mr. Rudolph ..UJ 471SOCTH Tnmmj Bishop spent) ,the
[ admitted to the Orange Memorial he'll run for mayor of Los An. cloth, was an arrangement of Peterson, Mrs. E. O. Wessman, (P) weekend her with her teeter' .
| Hospital In Orlando, Friday Ifll.... red" cabelllas Tasked by red Mr. Ruth. Johnston and. Mrs. AKS Mn. Foster' Tsylor. Tommy Is. 1

Mrs. Myrt Henry and Mn. The! :\year-old eldest ton ol candle and holders.ULK John Hallman. VAJ10IAQII. In nursei General training Hospllal at the and Alachua J,
| Ruby Coleman spent Saturday in D.Roosevelt : RECORD I
the late President Franklin Hulls Miller Medical Center InGainesville
[ Orlando. told a new conference Mrs. Anderson entertained herr Barberville Expected to arrive ) ( ,) 11O! lt ddvdf1 < .el :
North and South vulnerable!
The Rev. Daniel E. Harrison .
this week there has been for a visit next week at Mrs
(minister of the Trinity Methodist talk W... Ntrlk Issl .
enough Los Angeles City "gov ---- Taylor's home I II another daughter "
f Church has been elected pre.Ident ernment by' tantrum." ..,. Personals '14 Pan 1 14 Mi*. John C. Galloway of COLOR TV ): .
of the Northwest Voluala Samuel' 2 N.?. rill J N.?. rill Hemingway, 1. C. _
W Tnrty'alight
Mayor I
County Ministerial Association, with the City Councilmalorlty Taylor] Pass rill ,Mr, and Mrs. Olan Brsddock
(Continued from ... Slsteen Opening Jtsd-* }. in Calnetvlll
weed) luaday to
has the city abad
given 22. They celebrated by going- out' /
REMEMBERGAS\ \ Roosevelt said, and visit their tot; amid daughterIn ,
imsge, .
to dinner at Paul Hunter jaw Michael and NTllIr.d. krlghtata etUir(;
DOES R BEST 1 consequently "th city baa should not ttursnt In DeLand. Also Her Is f a hand Massschunett dock; Their two small ions Quiet '1cfc rt 'as M 11
GREEN'S fCEL Dots II F.f less made the progress it SchoolNews war their daughter Sharon ftH.j tppMT seconds, met
(Uyt have." Mr*. Johnson' mother, expert and writer George Cof with Mike, and their David grandparents returned for home a t MMthisUr! |h A*0i.rt-f more*nooyt>g.wltlnaCkrMMTM > '

O RWlls.e't OAaae AlenCatherine. fin visit. Cteitrri add thrtDng ttfttt and
Allen returned homerecently South played dummy's three Congratulation* to Mr, and ttJnMMion t*.,...-*"*epl.eq drib
to recuperate" after of spade at trick on*. South Mrs. Arthur Peterson who are monochram pictures wait t worn eepfe 4on. t
I I spending three weeks at the Orng planned In drop the king under the proud paren's nf a daughter N. mars""' *.evt ;
ftS7IVE. Memorial Hospital In Orlando weighing, T pounds and I IIIn,.... : pIotvrIt.'I'
when she had smgeryperformM Eaat'i: aces but East played I the The young lad/ was bore Dee I A*****.* C 4e*nmkMttM withal htwtInc r :
on her face. She to eight and South had to win the T .r ..., .,..1'1I. pfctur** e ,..'(nttanuy, perfeetV-
=jfli [ mi i in11; i.i.t.T! 'I"l'l_ PTERSON The renewing improving nicely now trick tie played' his ac* of diamond Mr. and Mr. E. 0. Wma' re""if_ .! Nbt h" si .
new Taylor High School FHA Mrs. Henry Johnson ..nltdAUI"tf'l" and Beda Mnlasder attended the PntoN7n 'r
: *, in hop of C Ur utomtkiy tit .
the w.
Certified! 'C.rsbd Tfl HttTURKEYS members were formally Initiated Sharon, Mid. LuclH dropping District < Volunteer OrbnnntusaCnnfereae "0t aril '
Petersen, Richard Allmin *.dMn king and continued with the and dinner meeting p ure, l It"you' fnov* your MtgnavwTwjjwiJ
Monday night la a candlelight Ann Cook and son David queen alter the king failed to of the Florida Division e( the c tlttr g a atrvkeffl.* (a N-MJIM!the ptdur*. :
ceremony la the school's horn of DeLand and Janice Rrumhlow American Cancer Society held
drop. C Nigh fUtllty less.4! Irttom" products Slim** "
..!!! ,
economic room. Carol Black- at Rymal'i Restturtnt ,
had dinner In DeLatitl Sunday Friday
11"II" e'gb \
Fast: won the trick and IH a _in a "UlldIM'J TY.II .
Mn. Wesaman
and Is second vice- :'
man SUN Hartley, Jackie Wednesday, Mrs. Johnson
Peterson Diana Prevat Bonnie her mother M.... Allen wets low spad. South won In dummy president of the West Volusla II R
10-lks. alieNIst In ttaytoea.Mr. and cashed the lilt three diamond unit.
Ad Up 39 Pienon, Cera Banrhart, Linda and Mr. Leon O'NHI t. *, Thla gay him *lx
LawaD, Juanita Mile, Linda
new ewn/r of Ormond Jungle
u. trick Two i sees would! only
Johnston Joyce North Linda Den, spent last weekend, la )Lyoa,
Nelson, Patricia Hlnson (a tranjferl Ca bring hlnf to eight' tn n* tried ts.autyr

Janice Bnunblow. and Suzanne The Women'Mlslonary" ,Vet the club ftreMt'M Order M col And a.ovuneyy'.e.rtfultr '
Cowart. inn meeting 0{ the Rmpnri |\loft in nin'n trtck. t'nfrtfmmt oombiiMMl
Old F. Ma HkVtr; SmtktJ ni CaelaiTURKEYS' Following the Inltlatioa slide* Baptist Church/ has beet pat,. ly for hit hopes War held that t
were skews by prealdentelectSharon pined until J... I. king and another apart M ..11.M.n. TISSOT
Cowart of the fun Initiation The Rev. and Mrs. J, C. fur- ,, .. 'wound Up with the five
IOil $6.00 sight which was held earlier cell had *. their\ dinner gue.! trick needed to defeat the eon-
this year at her house. Sunday Ur and Mn. YVUlis tract.
Talk en vsrtous phases of Guru and son* Willis Jr. Carl South remarked that If .M. had

Fr in, lea, Niger FrtiM fcorn ecenosicewere given by and JoMnle. of Emporla and only, attacked club Costal" of r
Roberta Jon*, Yvonne Price, Shelf. daughter Julie. Hudson of diamond at trick tWit he would
Mary Ana and Ann Mart ){o. DeUnd. have wound/ up making five odd,. ? \
Pork Hamsu. lands allft' Gail Cowtrt but' that .he was laced with a ,J tJ111Q1h1
IRA officers Include: Jean. Me decorated la a red and ""wtilt trgh( ) gW*. ,
'. McCormlck. president) WePrettdent enlof srherne n parents, guest Twit remark/4 that South t IiEt1tEtI71TAl'

of prngram of work offielniand. new end old m nj- h hsd (hroft lh* band right out
et Fannie Stacy and Cranes (PftllRaulertom ben lie window
While 49 vice'presidents$ of 3950Lwtiallztoren
? yeartn4s George explains that ;lath
11. public relattoM, Cheryl Me- The ." nl Taylor ,ItIoUtlt Only
MickeyV.Prldent el Reereatlwi High School met with DM Cftv WM ,should Awe .
cent Cry staff Wednesday t* played either th* qute. *. or )jack .
Creel Secretary I
Fresh Wckry ...le' CetsdCHICKENS Doris Beverly Ballard: |Hlstorlaa: review their" plane and ..,-eut. of spd from dummy at trick 9+ 't/*> <+m IhsitaYtiasiltimI, .
Carol WOson; partlame iarlaii el their yearbook. They mets tint. U Cast ducked South tnt MijJ.

:* 98/ ;I Cathy Yvonne Osmer.Refrehme Price' ) aadl Treasurer the library Crew-mi. Making Oty,tit High trip School were): able would to halt take been the In tflamoid dummy and fir ti..e.0Its ........fIo4.. THRILL TO THE MOST DAZZLING

.c 'I from a "hMnsHfuUjr' appointed ta- McCarmtck. KelU hiulty. Mike kvf had a chance to try the '-ttM .....Met It as.etee's
Wens rvris BDrd Rev rty dub fifuwt. later if d.poOkts". sods..If .t and !spectacular, prepim rtaffsm Is enhanced
tan Fltvtfftl J.. Grace 'sm.1st. U East: rm. wltt IK* .<.. eI ,
Crest p Taylor Mutt, Moses tf Sf even further by tfirUlxf sound from the lO-walt audio ," :
King's Beauty Shop Rk/d ft ttrnM.lIef spades, Nth! would lays woe aesd*.... tin. amplifier} and tgj high fidelity,! speakers Also has ten' .
Petonon, J.**.M. I'.dwaa. till cftfithutarioN' wttk kit king
Canned Hams Ira4 n.5.w tfse4smm ,.":jl mmpcsyiag the grou were A.I aid ted. diamond' ha* ** M "),IILJ r's llnfrd.Packe t'ytedy'/mo.teLInelualwjueaMs' ..
Ketna MdoCJc_. Mayer Cr actually 64. Later, when U lost mmiuenneu of , I srieuu Aaha.1t and J,* Been tt rfl.. tM eta* Oa *M. Weft would eel Uf Norte ......,. !>**/. .f".
WAYI $5 I After the Junior! riasa play, fcve )*, a sp4...>* I lead *. kMa.MTtMT "- ......, n. model MM7 In Dart Walnut Dnleh.Rdag ,
Ill "The Darting !Bon! ," Tktrday *- I ,
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, >u$269: .. tn.*.*...* IttsssiaryIMAMfOOAWT aced sigh Ivy 1ifIPIWMr' suss VISA T.ed.w Dose...... :

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THt' t ti w WAIT ilXt A cNL- ART VUSEUM. WE FOLNO NEmEc. VA LDRIVEAI fM 1 M.'. 11 month,TOY 1 /. .-AKI a j >j>
PAl l t JDIT TAPI N HI* AN.rHArII1 TOT NIDnJA 11EIJ M110 IElN FRAN'flts 1S f.mal* 1H 5 earn, Ml W, CM.vralt.v
'' UK! >bWORK L TOOL KIT TO NOWII C1AIMf fH'f TpURIf fMf ALLRIINti ; : II.. and enul= Tmn Plies. ,Statlnn 34-I:4I l Av* DLiul. .nj...L: :

Ol PRTYACt1 THJPAWBOMTHt I I ONI of N WtPtlMp.nt FIN' DOOt aol tau fur a4'>uoa
I 'oI I I > I-'T PtorMa w.l- AUIO BfwHlfi*. 'AntmaJ Rsaas 4
IIJNNED I Business Services comrur prlaaaa1 ud.a h abuaiact Lutes. ir W. umc ra.-IIU. '
1 WMCHMAtf t IIfPo It I S i and .paraonU ..... M
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/ bT 5 SpMU' Swvfcn New. (myrna ....... Mwi. :
,1 I Ir Ir i OA 1-160' Prompt .ar,1S $5445. .
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1 1 1I Woodworking Co. / Artkhn Nr filetad

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4.542.Y I Ph"- w_73f-RM DILICIOUI I '<.e't. f 411ft t>., Ill? ft 1.

ii .. Call ROOPIHI......REPAIR: thf II.b.1 NAVEL l snit. ORANOItIn tVraafordf VOLUSIA FEED STORE
!7 N Hon. Pa .
1 K. LOlTi Nn Rued hurt nnnh Cor. ,
Glass "
: -Il2. afur i am. trMkdaya'pq WB DELIVER;
old ofl| "raUnn f..n 71.11I. I4T a Am.lla Pnnn TI4-USI
4tnU11I4. !. I'M* !'rvlc.'
-- Tat.8Tf. T1A Q NT'N MAHOGANY Dtntq Cal
PHI.'tN.u: 114.751 -r SA/. Employment Merhlo Top T.hl.. Pair .
Knit Tahlta ('0..... *" ...
SOFT WATER W. Buy .m1 Loll
THE MAV116IND 2S NAP Wtnt.d-T/IRtIe" (Formrrh Th* Ral thon)
1UU. ACK oURL ,iiMStSI1NG t ( I : ; CULQLIGAN MAN tNORTORDER 114 *, Am.ll A's.
THERtDR. 4.+ Ph...., T34.ii44 ... It. < mil. Walt. 'T Tr. ."1.8 Toni Pwt* lie
/ r anted for Imm.d at* m.
SQfBAt; MAtLMER, I .,. '. PFPtir: TANK III A\D 1 pluym.nt. Apply In pmaon bKtn .- CONRAD M-MBKB COMPAN1
ApENIORNEDCAL r .. L : REICH: W Hll\HK MB < 10 am and I p in. at the W Mlrhtvaa Avanu
EUDENT,,. .hlwplnt I IM NOJ: BELL OUT TO AXI- n l R Trunk "top. 1'1 b. 714.7MI CHRISTMAS TREEtl' 'T
\ t'cht pn415!
E.I far latr appointment.
c Bt-ntch Pint from Pennsylvania,
I HAM ON YOU MAY It' TIPS ONE V.'r* I Par! U H.,ffm.n -, off Alt IT.
'D tiic;. W'. I SAW FILING .....kllo' f"ir to show Avon com But 5"-04 IW.
M plats' tnr D&L nlnflv, saw rtiHatmaa Olfta and Ax". U Ilk off trunk rn it.. Ails.
N lranp i : CO. Tnll.Moe. Writ Mr Fr"n... 1M' V Bird Phon 714.liMll.IO : .
NAS TEEN .. N.w.Tml AT* T14-Mil H, Know, PO Hoi 4|U. 8. Datnna /. '
WSHOULD Pd. LIAKN" H I K.arh Ha. 40" (IK Fl: '''rtrl9 R.,,,,.
l I io fo yl J FEEL FLATTERED .- Hair n..r : GLIDER P.1DF" li S nIt n.w, roit
iPpN'TEEE,,. (>*rt i PFLANO AIR HFRVim HELP! 5:54,o'WI.f.k. ''j.h. _' j.H 4.IKE .
ANK3US WOULD FULL TIMt Oran.. BEt Fonnf.ln *, ,. BEAT'
MAW HEAR, Martin A ..,. mathnd, IIM.|. all work ... BUS
rot u WAITRIMi
Wu.t h. .
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yOUft IKTUREI t t hun li h. d 1\; Raaora at _U 111 II.l Apply In Vtnnn AIRPORT TRADING. POST
ef I Dally : $BOCLIVAfU.: RFBTAt'RANT. No "phon. palla 427 .. ,F1orlde At. Phnna tSf.nlt
"OR T H .
4 n |(-(* WITH .>; APPLY' n rFn ; nr'RQER, CORNER: AMELIA I'h..n. .1U71.

,i SAY suz.rM aosey tit F: (' ALKERS. ASP n. 41 v : ',AUTHORIZID' Brownlnn' : D.aUr. .
{ t JUST PFMFMBFRtp IMELLI. WAITRCM' Eip. .nred. prrfrrilAluai.h Ouna 6h.lla .+ CemplM Hunt*
fiOT AN IMPORTANT !WHEEL CHAIRS o\r Jl. Apnlr In pup- Inn M..4nliatar. '
w : 1 SOT TO MAkE! "HI'LA' / RENT OR SALE. ann Rvmala. Anrslir.nt. Hwy ITS'i TYNER'S HARDWARE
''II'II.. \. mll.i N. nf U Und. Call
It1.4241 for appnlntm.ptWE | UH1 N. Blvil: Phon.' TS4-SMT

; ..wc. I ; Bearden'i Drug Shop -- NEED YOU LOla WEIS.e1' ..t.,,. .Y1t1t. ......
I B P B. Kw T... .. ernlpreoel Vu.A.DIFt .Tablota.
...... 714.till*aaa A IF YOU A"a.'np.ri.rc,i1 Dew. Only" He. Tamala. Pharmaey. lea
E PAT 'LF In. marhln ...
0p ranr with, (
AT : : Tory ixixrlonc*. Annlv 1 In paringnnlf CHNI"TMA T"III Alll a1...
M. LEI : : : I "IktfI1FPIPlISitiy. ; Alls of Kanforil J 5H' Or Silo fn 1:. Che-h.y'a| Plae. Ut4
1 Ill N. FT> 1 lanrti Im.... Sanford. F'.., I.: New Tnri. Av. ,

I 8., ? lOll. JtRPHT'CHARLES: PAINT! P. VcflTLL DEALER: "APPLICATION fur ....It.*..... BOW Experience: brine tak not. BEST OFFER TAKES

W. < Sera iarT. none ,..aa and Una.
Phon* 7(4 lilt I'JXTt"REj
and '
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FINAL. Ptipo.ltlon end ..f
V. Caarrla A'* Phon TI4 tlI
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f GI\EITDCtJ!: rani connt.r. and
t /i oi : PAINTS. reeks: Wrapping. i tr YI M M'EN ( B!! VALE8MAVANTFI
Alaee enunttr
top and Olaaa
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PIKE E8TIMATRK: O'VEV |90 WISH and enrnmlaflnn tilts prrlna and padaj Undar eoqntcr
ah.n.. I rNrnnr.a. Slant b* permanent friurator. 4 tea Alreondi.tlnn .
TI4-41H. 114 711
1 ? HYPOCRITE6WCNRtSTMAS r.aldrnt. Writ box 14 PtLantf .r: Oai furn,c* and trmn
RY Olin :Nena.Service tat: Sisal shelving. : Plaids display .
20e>i'. llt1'I liky Slttart-QU CM bona and roll: Roll p*Dee
HYPOCRITE Station Man hoMora and cutt.n: data buns
3A. Toirrhiidnn .l LOOCB and, paper; Bow maklnt machln;
(. SCHOOL R.r.r.nca. Wanted. $50. Week Plus Rlhhnna and Olin urapplnr' ma.
.. K. Ohio Phone 714.4',5. Commission. Em. t rlal: sushi prlntlnc ma hlna;
Steady Antique Stair ralllnni ElactrH
1a "" "' OAV n' ora...,. wt Oar ennd'ilfc' and Junction hon. foroitald
Book, <' Cmi. IHavtIMm. ployment Guaranteed. No ,.: ..m.II'UII",r rrnund
'Aow lit N B. Ky 714.TIM OT Tti-tlll Springier and head stem: 1"11. .
p Sunday Or Holiday Work. board i HI-Ft aprakvra; t An.

...4iII1 CiractnOtNCIAL tto.i! >* F1r'I : plac. 'and mental:: I flente'1a.4
I SI. None Over 50 Years Of Brli-li; Marta al.h..e I

i, Ii -Give Two ::"nanrnth.r. ltwa_ .tint numaroui! .
: : CT>HTRACTOtnttl Age. References to 4p nuon AN tWildator' '
'' rftP Pink lint?. Ml n',
1 r : EITIHATCt Pich An
II I IIt 9I4 : OCORO PH. n....... And Age. of* your Md Hifbmt. bid and
T Month hhaa All or Part
I TO. : Write Box 73, DeLand DTIFR: SOT isrt.rns. !: arivifrr
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t .i1q 4'' r M *L CALL : On. man to marts allBualnm 1 tad Hntpojnt Kaf '

t In .!. !.:. FRIERSON'S Inc. From 1'.T..n Ac'ounta S..rth. on tit and lit ,In 17., b.a..tlllli ,.____.It...__ _|7I

-- R... .. ehullnt Palatka. and I;, P.I.tkaand FRad5; SeineI'lldAtn,.- ,- ,.
4 Mil. .N/, "" PO. all hialnnw. In... Vnlu.2.snurt 1 t'..i 41" dm: Kranr .**a
DON'T' KNOW HCW of IVLand and n t fit Tit -
HEATING 11 to County lln ,, M..t Mr.
/ KELP VCR' I II...ip. at DLnil II*m XM. .- I CONDITIONING ofV. Rich, 'an* ..BI 6V at 7042 W, IS,t. AT, Ph t ;..
AMITHING| 5 METAL WORK .10 tlm. < Opp 4t-.I..I.. SMpplnR' C.alart
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VAOUTO1 LL GET d.1 W XT I. n,.rt.. PH.*. ,.....It. 27 Hilp WIII,.*- tII.( IF ,...It HEAVY CARDBOARD

sod. of i illT NEAT IS OAS HEAT: '
hot In :
1 vaa h.ttlnli at WANTED On. Metro man or wont.
P1S DM I R ". Honn Gal enm"".".. Call .
an to arv total :C.rro population ..
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W'f0OH Mr irle h atlti. .ur of In r Land Ifc Each
ei horn er bua nia. N* ebllia. Full. Bru.h Company. Muat ,
boa NO HIINTINOn.Fmr Rant, -A.....
I Dr,, ; .1tIA car and t l phon Will IT.
N ROME GAl POMPAVT ammo1 an hour Mt Mr matt Fni>R.nt,...OM For Inap**.
11LPK 7J4 Miire.r"ant.. : E. Saw Tnrk Plion 7J4.1DH f wop* at D.Lan4 Munilrl.a, terser tlon, For Cala. '\. T.*.....,n(.
of n. Run and Bird at Po"._il. PoLand HUBawa OKlca.tIKl .
OMB JANITROLThe 4 H Stn.WANTSOI. -. N IWLIt Camper trllN

r>i> yon want u ears only jr'S. Can h* an at HaroW a
I !'i I Famous Quality lIen and up nut y. r.I ran Anto A,palr, 141* t.w Tar .
//1 .
alnh;. throirh fat >
offs two lp45 rear rntnd, non. eon. Call
I T04 N. : In Ontral' .. Air. a.ainnal with atartliw now Mnat 7l4-'." 'f Til.TT64MOYIV4
j .
..aa..4erMNFJ' Ii mil I oaini Call ua a trM hay rar and tlriihon Mull Mr.
i .w>.i>. at n.L** w rural TJrpla( tablti
:"GREEN'S: FUEL r r ni RIGS and Blvd. at dlihi Hoor lamp: Blond diI. ,-
IAUTVIhroiah 4 J 1111I. ... table; Alt-.<....dltl.....'; Salt
I RLYD PROPI T14.,441 land; HI-rhelr. 'many uth f It.m
S IN FCC QUfTB X JOLTA63N3 M4.*!'!. ; MONET RUT WHERA1 21 Sft.Etie.I W..tll 1 Antique: (Tell, Mrs. IL ,7.
sue' 4x.51'1490 WH0 Ve NASALLYrEAt1rA31F4xTHet3BW1Flr THE P.11LDIC8 RUT Ktpl.r. J1. aORLON LeA.... .

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Roofing Worries WHAT FIICAER'S Wan-aye TRAtIrG,? M" Poor It Is

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II T).iarant*.4 Knlibrol4. Hoot bay 0.5 for .h>an.. H (h ot.limn. .
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4 "' \ S(' .-""" .. ..... PERSONAL LOAN FROM
4I I allprovan, at prtc. to 12 UM DELAND STATE BANK
say" huriit A htth out of th. Map T. "Bnm. or to....CuMt .I'Y1e.-- ,
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( 1>\'" LOANS TO $600 I c. AfJ.tAI1N
I SONS CHINA .4-rip* and a-.r. .
If'j i ; BOHREN TILE CO. Rom* own** for Mon Folk wlrL rat awl pressed Meta
j in at Rleb AT*. Pho w TI4-tl 111 0. Rlnl. r "n. 714-ll*. I silt, la..r> and, rtocu F.w POM.
I ...1 I .,,'\ Ii to S600 IoM ..- .. hnmafy loud ate, HLhmb .
FROM BATinNElTE ( ,.. Troll. i4Barv. "I& '. r
I : Union Finance Co.
p2.ta iI FINFFI: 1..t VS'Phee.l :
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1 Ay a TO BATHTUBIs WIN"ATTRK,' I"1'JI.S'I"lfI" : I m4J'
AUTOM BIL*% J"' U E! TaT: r '
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a ft.aiA lrta Na.MOPT ( a rapid step for fast 1) Mi.rel8. : $155041 worma..iTjJTT .$..Pn-t htenditusa.

GH f growing youngsters. As ; : T 110. 144 .. .{1i. A.. PL .

era NAT atf 1. E. WILLLUII OCm BOABDDfO BOC. wllk MAJOB BOOrLB your little ones outgrow JAMES F. CLARDY 'i CL7 V5EEZEt
their baby reeds OBVVRAL nUrntVKIII Ies. bljiipa511L10NEt.
remember ; ;
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eJtr 140.41 t 111 1 I L1044T 14 iMDII YIIIWMT1L AU.RI6MTTWOwalTH1 that other mothers are ;EUk W ,'T'C:R.,1OIt TRAIN: o Geary tar*.
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MI'T ITIOWI. HIAD M A 140LS IIUOM1ptlPRAADi I looking for good used "J&N. 'J ,
VX7NITAK baby TM-M-7 J":WJ -
DOOI TMf, WAIITi.4 w H'TN LOC1t 0M W ANm ALL AM MAY v. rr. a/ul
4Ia1wI Ia''W 'THAT 400s4 Al T COIL START SWIOtINOI '2.A' PEST MAN furniture playpens and 1Y T RAVI I. TRAILER
H.E O4O 4 PILL 00 LOUT VHA7pUpLaD VlV 101 CONTAICTOI NOS. VIN IFTI FLOOR MII1,.,.. ............ |W*. Pbnn 114.4u5 .I'
"Ti4AT RiO strollers. (ALU AFTER 11 1OOV
AW 41I'f fRl1tI0'' 10 I111DYw 1 ON 11511 ITtL 301bT CAN \ M your unneeded -
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SUIT MATTER Items for nl\"n.lI1.11 PLEASE-
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1553 RAMSLIM Cu."'" ..*.*. 1111 RAMSLIR Antkaauda* .*.
,..ta,) Alt Standard Tr* .. dan, PuH Pawar, L**.aa, nFORTABIE
THANKS KIIMIM, Waist, O On* Own.rA.I >
YOU. 61295. $79S.
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ALLOutOfTown .PONTIAO Sad** Auto ta| RAMSLIR Ctt.. tdan.Air .
W. Art Twopl.' Who Nwd People"OUR ">*tla, Bulls! and "MQ. C....,..*..... Stand. Tri.,... POWERFUL ODORLESS
M..ur, A Still AtIMI M..I.P, On* S139S-
Lcl Ownar _._, SMOKELESS
BORROWERSPersonal t RAMSLIR, Anwrlaan W*|. I
hen. Itandard Trn.mlail.n> tM CHKVP.OLIT 1m..,. Coat lijc
Pd",. and 104...... Triv.l "..*. Hardt.n. AuUmiti, "..... only HEAT@
Lik. Nail Maatar $895. p.r M:to .
Loans C.n.ltl.nINI ........... $14950AM, |d.r _.._
$50 To $600.00 16..2J hrl ul.rp.rolAba.
RAMSLIR Amarl*** W,. 141' FORD RNah WI.a.5t. '
115 East Indians Aunts I. : **. It.adp'Tra.mtal.n.' _SWl..D1t.51411 1

Suy A. ,... $109S. Run.RUE.: eat Gad NwlsryS..I .._.-.__ $175. -

Ills "AMILI" 4 Doe" ...... GOFF HARDWARE CO.
Advertised PricesOn INTIRNATIONALl, 041tanll41 Tr.n.mlw1n..
T.nTru.k, Clk and Haatar. frail Whlt*.
Need ANY CniMla, A.I C.n*... $79S. I,..'*) $1295.;

-n. 8mwan sad f mini Cerier

We have it or we'll get it for i i JACOBS t-
Westinghouse and Corner o! E. Wise, and N. Bird. 734-0444

3 Telephone Circuits throughout the South! MOTOR SERVICE

SIN N. Sparkmaa AT* City Maytag AppliancesFRIERSON'S ......
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WB Buy La!. Model Wr.cki : AND REPAIRS :
SINCE 111 MAMMY FOR 4 III H"ma* $11.500'n. SiPOSSESSIO!!
41 yrarf In kujrtnr and MlMniMnnvy .
bark 5u.......... C.H S. 4 : H. M.LIGGETT : WISE
"W ImtiB I.J Strvkt vwyAhi W. I.B. >.ara old. At lowaal tirura. Walk.Inc \ .
Chick Our PricnBiftn "Wowr, SSS Smdl dlaunr t* I whoola Orals : 12' lid A WMVVnjni Mj : 1

y.. lip N.wl Good D .. at d Hl-acknol Will ahaw t.. *.. : tf 4It3Sit J SS. 1 1da
Biyl 230 North Boulevard Phon. RE 4-2771 tantlal' kuxara. Mot WIt{h topIon PBMM w
.......11. Waiken a kualnaaa : Ill. THU. 55sse.555.55.555...... PHONi 714-5454 .
Baird Mobile Homes Aid CM FarnltoMtOXTKETS
HOMES CI T. ..11. tISM kai. MI .<..

U.S.1 Won 1SS-4U1 rUKNITURE IM. w...... "Ilk tt In 111... 1..01Excellent Ford hr 17 Hit bal tl) m.T

Allondoli, Funds tit W. NOW Fart A.a. Rl ...,., Open Daily! R. W.P an PRESCOTT* >I4-4MT LocationS VW Far*TV H TV KM flM kal.".IP'til m nil*.

47 Rdl.*..1lld. 'BMH 210 DOVI STKtT SPRING GARDEN MIUS ttaffla* A_ BUITIRKD blurt.DIIIOOM.. ".u... I Hardwood MIK. nenrral flnnm, CbT. WI'. IUI sal HI m*.

41 Arrtdsi fwblower s.1t Or A Molds ram, Millltr all fnranrt. Ford1 H TV WbaL Sit..*.
LAYAWAY FOR Lovely New and Modern IIRUW THII PI BAROAIN LANtlLOIIIFII Hon tar.Saw Schools s d1.hnppaf aaa- Chr. Wi. fUl .... Ill m*.

COLEMAN pai' wall hater with CHRISTMASTRANIISTOR $60.33 Mo.. $350 DOWN GOULD Falt.B w,.. MM ,.s. |n ....'

140. Oil elraulaUnitint. RADIO FROM 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMES CHAHMINO I HR Madam ""nent. I V. AGENCY Merc. W... /1111.r. fit M_*.

..nd. tit.".Unv.aud..s. (a* kaatar ntw $14.95 UP s PrIce F.r MM! horn.,In N.W. .....In......a..onanadpnrrh .... Hasrlau4r I .......... af MaltttU UHlM Ply. Wi.. tin "" Him*.
carport uilllty
HOME GAS COMPANY rr W .. ITU .... til .
FLORIDA CLOCK RADIO FROM Ckrbtmat Pnuml artwway. In from tar"I 201 N. Woodland Blvd. m
rut" E. N.w York Phon. 784-HH Ftrtl W ..
$18.95 UP Mrp 515,10. $315 11nws TtW1I.nlaIa / ( $5111.0.133 m*.
I MONTH' OLD 110 ZAO R.p.w- AC-DC IS Month IPIt.; lain. and In.:) BciUBll IMI kal. Ml m*.
.*.Md du. to Unlrlunal* Cir J. E. ,MEI OTT T14.I..114.1I11. 111SSA101IAS111 W, N aaa Canralf 7H "... in .
.mat&D .*, II.".. of $1&95 UP 1I1..Au' 1n._ that x. Bdan .aaarwafn TI4r Ipl : : m ,
fancy &llcfc... M.".. Aulo.matla. RECORD PLATBRK FROM IUILDEI 1 BL I Beth Hlllman) |4M 117 n*.
BU llDIu>l.*. Bfwi on But. Horn.. Naar arhml an ll"''' III NCAKtNd COMPUCTTOW: "' ''''.. 17ft '.. tn Ins
1inn. Blind H.m Monoirram*, $29.95 UP DiUrid. Ph... 7344M1 *. Adalla. Ph. 711.1111 ar II4I7M.OWNtn. l.'I It., IVi.balh. panlou. I at.t'MN ..,.. Cktvraltl' $311114. tit Mw
Embrold.r atr jUaura RemalnIn. ZENITH COLOR TV-II FROM I II in town and arhnnla. B.
4 naymanu of- PhoneCndlt I ktAVINQ 'II'.. will **U _. list Bad apt. $5011.4 IK m..
i.I..O' Baault'ul BH. Unn. tat "' ', N. I* fler.n aIn
Mir. -$: I $399.95 UP f.R ten. fir homa nafurn.Ull W. Itaraafor4 I ".p''., Arra | Riikk E....* |NT kal. Ill mn.

I BOB'S RADIO & TV. 51 .,.,....? Ave JOHN B. LBWII BUILDER \ : n" .. Sans |4H ..r. $:11115.
41 A. Jrwsh. s.... ASPHA1T rVOrttaflM /
ill W. RICK PHONB TI4.JHI Imperial |)n sal
.THIS HIT APT!.' Modcrt, w.. ..ntI..... SrrlM t'E.mlty. RmSwill to will Lrm Open For Inspection fat .... IN .... /tnw" *
Deltronics T.V. .734-8524 plainly furalahad.' Ctoaa I* r.rnal. kullt-l I ran**, kit 101 *
TEDFORD JEWELERS SALESIRViCI and: Aowatew. aril. -. i.laOa III, < a Hlfk Sukoot. t "'.. Family Room, Oakrhwra. CkatreUl |in kak' |l| ....
Ill Rpanlih tana.
IRVING DBLAND' HKHIPRVTS I 4 ROOMS and HATH rail 7I4-7.I.. I SR, B.I ha Mrraamd ralln'lt 1171 .... If....
OVER 10 TEARS WITH GIFTS DELAND'S LARGEST rUKNISHKO APARTMENT Faa EX 4-Has Pip. J.R.. duol.d. kat anrl a.:itOarata "' CallJl''.. |1M Sal. $1 Ilh.
BERV1CB!: This Bargains
LABT. Phnna 714..... IJI W. HOWRYftCDtCOftATID Larm. Ml Pale Mu
THAT NRW!: TONIC AVC.PELAND. CENTER lat .a.l Nw 7.a.... LOW down m'::, e r Uka raiirhn d
W FLORIDA (urn. .lit. 0. MUST IILL at awa N rIms. an.t *r Mnmn In Irada. ... AlKanchln
MOTOROLA Pasted chwa la downlown. lulK. .....ato. chess) In and nliw t* now, mo.a U tor Xnu. 1012 1 UNI'OItD AYKjnf.r4L
Vonrnla, t4-fll 1R, Phone TH-I7U,
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42 nl" E..I-S"'n. romforubU: Lving. : *
'CURTIS-MATHES NEW APARTMENTS Real Estate ln fruit tra l. Immadlai* KAHO ron HKbATiVBi: FIND fMridaNttlintl 11 W51 1
t ItDftOOM t bath. h....... air. ..:.lni. for 15.00 : : 1
IPEEDT Ibport t.1 Prne..MD1.Bl.rk Rl'''H. I AMI YOU TIRID *f (nlk* draap'!** ..*_.* .". J.I !
.nd Whltt a.d t7nh*. Radio! and TV falai _. conditioned, fully *qnlppd kit In wllkovl any advanra Silica.
DELANtS CAMIr.RA'. lHOI' ohana, rarpnrt Inoludid. nil ... 41 SIN \t NOTICI MTIMDl OulataadlncInoatlon ).. Thin hems I In SUP ...,... an a .
... and currxundlni* (
1U N. BIv4. month plus ntllltlaa Trarly I. ulal Steal and unaipaotod r*. ,
.We Service All Makes t. IlIn... la family must Mil '
: enl,. Call M4-4KI or 7l/-.. lailvM VII ka> In ahona for inalnicllana .
IN BLACK & WHITE TV MOOIRN t BR. Dupl.. Apt Fum. FISH EVERY DAY romfortahly fwralahad .t, ": Bit. N M ... tn .......* It.IIYln ......... IV Stii
lrrJrtfl lea lima I* alralrhitn. na
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hyNo carport. Adult AFTER WORK down. nUt ..... (flu. akautil I .I
41ANTIQUES pata. rhonavaratad 7J4-IHT. 1 IIH .intll. :.A'.l: DOWNPAYMENT I...s and Isn.l ...1.... CASH

.121 E. RICH COLOR TV NICE Clna I... furnlahfd. Apart- OR. ....t with lout tilt' '!'hI. Drrm and ,mess I. Is alt....*. I 55%.. ...,...a4.anrch. |.. : : TO JI1Tr '..If...,. 1pEW 1
Call tar In
Bur CorulU lloMlty. Bull meal for t. Ground Flow. bvautlful I badrannt knm I* tlnl" I'H kIlT lUll. 11VIH tale on n ; : "
711.1577. a Uttl ..... a old and ka AN \ '.TANOINO MEL OTTLIIa, 114-111 I USMTATE
: try rira.Alltn In.,. Haal Kat. ///
Old Colni i Stompt 'U"N.4 R. APT Clna In Furnnr* not baaa U.... In for .,*r tinoath. Dream Horn.a what U iass BANK
....t. Hot and cold water Incl'd.Phon Tk* fumlakln. Its oat Man. ..alll"tor.. 1 81\ <(<1.It. CMOiet MOMIllTlft" m akady T : : : : > .* Of Oold aryl S.rvlr.Id .-
714. 471.PURNIIN50I ilk* new Inoludlnf OH fraaUrvarfrlrnt wlik III... LR. u: ,n.. kllrkan Kaplw AreaDAVID / B. Nrw Tin r Pk. I4-IIII -
WH HELL AND r ., and IM4 OMII" all I* ft. Family nr habny mm \
w'4Yrim STAMPS FOR OLD RADIOS 1 bodrnam.pL' with TV. Ilea til* kalk. U 91 nmom. prod wnrkiko Partially turn, A. ROBERTS a.W N us.4
i COINS.!' nurroRD com ITAMP ,uillltlv HAT hut. N*. "la, dlnlna- ana, with l.had. Wall .located on t area. ronlr.riorThnna :::. :J-tl kawr .. .,
HOP IM M. VOLU81A AVB HI W. UnlTrHy, Plea b 'ltl"n: :: : On .d lard. land. PRICED RBA.KONAbLT III>I ITriiiy .' ...... Cartaad lilt N. IIIM ,....
JlT- ) AVAILASLI Jaa. tut Unfunh.MdI room with with It*** taik. and
1Om/ stiff-5tf D&HTV "ft 4up"" l. Cal .......... "r drawara and ....... alaaa aUdlnn; Mouth. BY'" w. imrr. : CHaTTROLBT "..* w ""
I 4I-Ill'. dart San ln Ian daap hn oi.v 1 {*r* annlkar with 14arr. IIIO."IOot I ,,'". full lath ro5h 1151
yam av.rlnoklnf laka swliiyroom on waaiaida you will "v. Aria with .....:: (dua.> kaai. t ;: ,:.PS5-iW1114. _
44 N/al. AppNlc// TV RENTALS CLOIR IN<1 RR. Ind flw. 1555.apt. and aarpnrin Bvarythlwi: I* Immcdinl, iwaMlnn OOOO 5155 fin..... _1II"1.1501.Atlas. -
Adnlta 754-1145 attar JUM Ilk. ...... this I* Ik. k>.- TERMS If dualrad I7VJH, ,. PLYMOUTH 4 d ,r
Too can *.> COt tf It'sFRIERSON'S Ida: ins 11lIrL: I .. homa uy you *rf aaw IP VOU WANT a lakafronl" ; km CALL ry 1I ; T/- Anlemall 'Jtl 4M.
WE TtNOHOI' NORTH AMELIA: for aniy Goad Umma. Wilt ho.I. ar flahinan 'WJfWIot RI 1'11/1)/ 0R llleLUNlJ Pnon t4-UM. *
LOVIkV .Inrtv lit floor iota Puplas. > I >K-lf. I >... JuM .:"'iaj RM. CURS II.A.T r :
PHONE 734-6068 tnwn and ll.iann.MlI4n.PURNIIMBO ItS I Louis C. Myers Realty tki* wk t* III.*..* with TII-T4IU-TI1 OK: USED CARS
W. Mlrhla-tn
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'.T V Till POULBVARty: s Una J.......* pas .. DOLLARS AT HOLteur

OWNER: ..- O.r ld E. rri .on DeLand's eonv.nlanlly "", ,aI"1 /FN 101 the N.Rn.t J>*Lnil Batalal -... I CM FUNCrIONlI.IE.IIIN, I aatk, C5.l.m.lull,. *l HOLLER MOTOR'
110 N. Bl J'1IOII U4-1TT1 .", .11 Apt. **t.r and Mini errta* 714-744* B>*. 11411LOVIkV Mrs. Alva C. Williams VlrnlnU Mavaa ....- a/a far
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NATTAOWAIRCf1A Home Entertainment Ill N. .11. BN Tranafarrad. fI, SALES .
lallt Fbas 1114510Mgrs
SBRTICBWBAT I and DRTBBJIWB Headquarters J toS. PVRN. APT. sun I DR. kaik. dalul I BR..1' llnnja.. l las full raal.donilal til*. ..4 R..."...... 111 W. H." You'll Love ItiI a II... PIGS ,,,.,,,.
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FOLSOM'Siww PRANCH1SSR IhUl .n Hwy1 Clifton Timber & l.bad Mom*, alatrl "MIL'"l"-Lt.tal Uwn
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In window Pi nlr n
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... ROOM Fl'RNICHCP APT Clad IR. aa5aa17H. 5341 Realt'l .It,.".... luulalad; food (noallan.M PALES: Neal M Attm Tbata.(1vt .
too "WOfO MACRTNYSOlPT OROUNI FUXR. I4. MONTH. tOI L iPN.WINoaM. LOUISE .......lfull' ....._..... I.. ell 714-iJII.
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LAK1 MBLBlf haaa ...-1411 IN 1-I and 4 Rmnt turn.lahd L okln. For A "....I.' 1404 fiOWN OB A fLake HARTSOCK REALTY n,,,. !:'.:',lM-.artw: 1DGI

VICTOR .apt. *, Mats Vatba.rM'nnahl Fton $400. DOWNI In Back Yard 1711 B.. Vatart OaIy. plop 'I N. IIlv. Pk na 'at.UII' .
.... FSSWSIh/i }lt B. Mown pkM ni-llll 3151 N Nutsp I
4$ I TIII4U.VAtRNCU. IR.J bath rncdar* CB Ma** at NOT DOOM ..,......1'1i vartfpI PACKASD. .4.11.1a.nillen.. '
111 at Ber f 4 I4M *... IK Baaa hut vnoa-hl tnm tkl" R0ME1 DrtDUk- Lros. 5.5 ;. Lewbass lee.u ; .1\\
So-Del Furniture SYLVANIA II ..... Jual npalnl.4 I Indd* and "Hary. C S linina. t BR. til* I D .. kafk. meal nark : NNNNnd.saM'tu4.. 101.5 W.
1a luT ftW'*"'ARRAN OEDtlp.s :; VILLA .u 4 Prlc. *alp 'IJ.. 171." 5s kaih,, Millt-la ai...a. *.n, are fan and kiuhaa.1 kullt-4* Ma> a sAn / ,...It Av. _
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1411 I. BI..IL "' 0'". 11t.'"' BLACK I and WHITB TTTERBO Unn| room ,....... In kak. ill nr.Aat. In*, heal B.C /// I inalda and ...t. Prlxa. III.4... wttk t>*Lra Ip1I, i ; 'IM. N.rh0u5. 0d & ..*. 111*.
all 11nt.ITEJlIO par4.Ills' <1"'' |.* ._.. Ml II psi _.111 (Nil t IBROOMI. I Sall. Ik ,_janJII4-l7M.
ail at AM-PM ;
ROM earpal wall'to el w.".an IL'.e 1 'd with Blue : RADIOS rc. ;.:olft1"... I .R, r/t BATHS Bestial katd. *5fr."Tii.ii P.w aa fin* .**...* .Ieal..*.|*. CO'-: : | Ir.' Ul/
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H I.'I H8ufG0P1tfett( \ 'Opens ) bua d ,,;','",,"'W ot., Ng JO.,.OtUHD fflOMOAl SUN"KWV -WE DNBDA 4 DECU.14; <

'B> 4 'tSermajw, (AP) -
"I.'< i'W CaaneeaVr Ludwig Brhard said! '"
tf f APIRepubJlcaas -Holjfe Michigan, conference chairmen Tuesday t, Ight that President
.,,meet! today will .and the member mot often John F Kennedy provided an
(talk of a chant la leadefthip( In mentioned a* a possible replacement Ideal for a generation of young
the air, but nothing .specific(, on for Halleck. GerroMg. *
the program Tuesday night, Ford gave the ,. The "laneellor' spoke at the" .
r 1.r Privately,' sever*) of the Re- talk of supplanting HtBeck a, opening of the John F. Kennedy
puhllctni,aaU) tjiey are mre a little more substance by sayfaig, llbrajf'',exhibit.. It was attended
number lot t.hrtr coBesgues j "I have made no decision" on by Mrs Joseph P Kennedy
would, W to see ftep Charles whether to challenge the Indiaaan mother of the late' prevldent
A. Ha lock of Indian replaced ,
Ertad said, 'President Kennedy
+ u leader So far nobody, had trif.ethou ISyeiur-old favorite combined youth and worth f
H stepped up to lead a revolt, Turks also and wffl Sugar
t In any ease, final) action could told a reporter; "I nave made a hearts.' go on living In our upplles
lot be taken until Jan 4, when maximum effort to disassociate
the newly elected and reelected this leadership matter with the with the effort of the Republl
Republican members have "
their meeting tomorrow cans, who
lost a net of 3S House
first caucus of the new session He added he hai let no time
seat in last month election, to tf..1 Q t
9L TALKS MATED when he may make a decisionon
keep from being,pushed too far
Officially, the Republican con whether to be a candidate (or to the wings of the congressional .'
ference of old and .
new leader.
stage There will be 140 Ka-
; scheduled speeches by Hal Most of the subject lilted for .publicans In the new House
lerk and Rep. GeraJd R. Ford of conference discussion! had,, to do compared; to 295 Democrats

IJliio 1
THE FAST NICKEL ..Counterman r- L
measure out frozen custard in a roadside -
stsnd. Franchise man William Rosenberg, dunks one of his firm's sinkers with I I
a handle.
.cimi ,

Required: Hard Cash, lard Work. "' _


The .Roadside Eateries Boom or

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t', By DON OAKLET ,, more than' It'dgea the operator failures In the 10.years since the e
NEW' YORK (NEA) '<- YOU most ,require that prospective first store ",opened. .
raft f Just pick up and take off (lit operator pass'a company' train. AVERAGE r
the 20th Century, u program |III management .
' .
granddaddy may have lling and equlpmeat\ mslnt This company's operators average
the 19th,and head west to:become nonce about! $27,500 a year on an
an Independent farmer.oil The partn r.hlp'between'corn-. investment of $31600 The"most
free government land. pity and franchise! holder successful one hay been found
r But something like 25,000 ambitious items to have paid off The to be people wanting1 t to move up 'L8.
the social and economic ,ladder
dissatisfied Americans
mortality rate of new small businesses I
'from blue
are doing much the lame thing In the U.S. Is high collar to whit collar
every year by kicking over their about' 90! per cent, according to who were unable to finish their ''100% PURE BEEF -
early and STEAK
are used
old to set Dun A
careen Braditreet
up Independent '
M By contrast,
.to long, hard hours 'FRESHLY GROUND !
,franchuied businessmen 80
A per cent of franchises.
franchise 1 ii tar from tree but are successful. While the rewards may 'be '

F{ the satisfaction reward that is the comes'tarn -from the franchising In Rosenberg's wlll Abe opjnlon the J their satisfying money for,la, a those reputable InVestJng company Insure The Best .,On Your 1-Bone Lb. 98,
most Wajfliijirger3fBC
tile old dream that every man Important'single influence the franchising' ,very Table Order Your :
should be his own boss. survival of small business" His .nota, id hlur'a'week! ,
''Ia the past 10 years, a quarterof own 'company Dunkln' Donuts, I I jobBut neither was homestead. Holiday 'Turkey Here@ ,ARMOUR'o wwjHens GAME
million] former has
a taxi drivers, a record of onlyS per centi ing
clerks factory workers, wait- ,

{ messes in',anything housewives\ from have hamburger Invested SATO H'AS' HIS WOESDisgruntled( mJmlr1" ECONOMY Lb. 59;i

I II cleaning stands to center coin operated Every day dry yy Sliced|| Bacon|] Lb 39NOTICE / -

I 1,000 people apply', to the more
than 400 companies that me the Housewyes LYKES SMOKED TENDERIZED
franchise system: roadside I
stands are started:'selling every. '
thing' from doughnuts to fried i FRYERS
IEEN' To Japan Leadei ,
I Francis outlets led by the
(' food business, now account for
25 per cent $tO billion -of all
i I retail ,sales This figure will TOKYO (AP) Not long after farmer, who
double ta. the next 10 years, Elsaku Sato wan Installed as blames unfavora Best In "'
predicts William Rosenberg, a prime minister ,last month, a ble "weather a labor shortageand
I founder and past preeidcwt of group' of housewives called on increased fertilizer costs. '
the International Franchise/ him and asked an embarrassing Some economists trace the Town 29c .\ 28c
sociation, which has rld'the industry queetloni'why : upward price spiral to 1960 LB
of most of the shady I 1s tf that you can thinkof I when former Prime Minister .
franchisors LB.
t tf who one plagued raising salaries of Diet Hsjato Ikeda Introduced
,it, Parliament members when a program
The mushroom growth el' you hsvent yet stopped prices to double the national la-
roadside food stands reflects the from rising!'! come in 10 years and kicked! off SUNSKlHt ceexit NORTHERN AURORATOWELS UQUIDSWHTINEI NAIBCO STACK PACK( UCAUSt
changing American way of life Sato later confessed he found an unprecedented spending
-' more automobiles In more political opponents, easier to spree to expand production f.. ,HYDROX SUGARINE RITZ MODESS
suburbs, more leisure, more Ire deal with than the housewives cllltles.

I i: money First and of more the franchise eating out.fond Judging he from was right growing, complaints lames wages which and That prices led.helped to labor the push econo shor up .16 CL' 49c 2 lOLL 37c 4.Z.IOTTU. 69c' 12 oz.31c *CL KO.OF 45c

operations was Howard Johnson Indignant\ over: price In. mists say.Whatever. l m. 'II. 12
which started In the 19301. '
creases, housewives the reason, the >
: pay
Today the list of such companies have ta envelope doesnt Limit 1
stretch quite With $5 or More) Food Order
--with 10,000 units across the ken to the u tar u before
nation includes names like I streets to stage During October, ,the 'latest '
.. Dunlda' Donuts McDonald, .Cd protest demon. month with complete figures, Lb.
Kentucky Fried Chicken I strations. They raw fish prices! went up l.T per Maxwell
''I Henrys Dairy Queen, Carvel. I' i say the problem cent, dried seaweed 44 per House 59
WORKING TOLDThis is simply cent, green tea and bean paste Bag
is how franchising generally that the hus- 3..1 per cent All are important
f worksThe : ...l'l band's paycheck Items on the Japanese ,dinner .
parent the 1ide table.
company -- is notket'plnlr I '
franchisor, licenses a number of pace The consumer 'price Index at LA'RUT M.P.
independent businessmen '(or SATO, with costs the end of November'woe, IS \
: I women) to run It* stores or sell "This time per rent higher than at the end '
I 1 its 'cervices, using Its brand >or last year,'" says Mrt..Chleko Ta of last year Corned Beef 1 e 39? Green Peas -10
,trade name and running the business dab, wile, of a, government Sato Unless/ an in."erla.: found, J i ,
: along lines established by clerk. "1 paid I )'ea'_21 cent may expect more 'visits! .
'I. the'company The franchise usually -'tor a kilogram of Hakusal ... from housewives' groups a ad .
I pays an annual fee, Usual 'Chinese!! cabbage, Now the grocer more embarrassing questions StrnuTE'\ 4| AMERICAN BEAUTY ,
I ly based on his volume and 'charges me almost, four times '

, .from agree the to company purchase supplies amount"BinCETS''CAREFtXLY DHS GroupEntertains Tomatoes a 11 Cream Corn 229SHOWBOAT I

$ The As ,
capital required for an housekeeper+ In a tamlly of q .
'outlet ranges from a few thou. four with ait Income of a little
f' and dollars for a root beer stand over $100 a month Mrs Tanaka At BUSH'S
f'I t to $100000 for 'a restaurant or budget careful I f i

ii' I motel.$10000.tore' cash But take most for about the fond down$29000, service payment ,_. popular household 17.'Inexpenslve item. In'Hakusal the,' average i is a Coffee'.Meets Pork & Beans ,1 10, Kidney Beans : 1 10' :

i' and operating capital and Her' grow argues: "What t ,
the rest la a short.term ,nwt- rll'f'do, with wholesale prices t .
gage. The Investor gains the the'way they, ors!" >JGB: cmr -The DeLaid.l I. GEORGIA NEW CROP PAPER SHELL,
The School Modemslrei. CA'" _I
advantage of a' weU known wholesaler blame the \
:name.'8111.advlct. of the parent ber tained of at Cammm-r the Orange Cntf dry**Chem OnK ( 00I

--- nTFAUJ" BEEN .. Tuesday in Dickinson': -'Memorial>. Meill5:3S: !: PECANS 31INDIAN

There are, however pitfalls ,Library The Hall I, ..
for those whew enthusiasm group part .ot'tlle. Dill I JIM DANDY .
\ Glee
Cub was directed by,Paul .
sense may 'run Though ahead! the of their good there Is Caskey and John Burchette, a 'I RIVER PINK SEEDLESS EACH BUSHEL'
industry has teaching inters from Grits 5 37'
don much to clean house since University School of Music! The o ',
the National ,Better Business \ '
ONLY.ONE ModernalrM sang special Chrlstinaa :
Bureau ranked questionable) C
franchising as the second big song,rose..d'traditional CSGERT+ ,carols MONOGRAMRkeS GRAPEFRUIT 2SHUHTINETHIN !

test racket a few yean ago, ___ Three members nf the Memalr'ee ,
there still
are '
con men ready to ,
: seniors PIt t n.,... .
prey Ocularly on the the-unsuspecting vending( 'machine, part Jun Hayes and'Jolla\ Missing us ,,', ,-
Held. special enteruhmwatal UNO
Investigate before you In- .....W... lilt i a folk singing trio, the Trouba-
'Vest" 'Is the rule recommended CMT 1000 Menses k. ono dart. I: Oleo i SPAGHETTI '
.. Tie monthly Coffee u 15'
by.the'BBS investigate the .s. I..r- :I is was sponsored II 70Z.BOX I
. "" t company I its financial strength, Masse ea4 by Lee Dyer and tile Lank I I
,, it*. product Its territories and -tir >(" f* anti silen-. lord change) Qty Chapel' ,
Yea sheet Chamber I
? preiMent BID '
its methods, its rating with the : I
"' BBS. Prospects should be er announced this 'ftr'1I Christ I HERSHEVS ;'
partfeultrty -

,'...!..,, .wary"epportIWfT"of unsigned**, box In lOlly.toy mas'the Ughtlsg kome Chamber Contest wffl sponsered be,opea II I K TA N D S :

.. .. te taa Orange CMy '
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r----- Raliests, .
"JI! .01. "e estlre" dui.I --. -. .--- interested U eat f-
.. tsaoert at.osrar'MIM : wg toe contest Should lOW' I
w' bukrc gad Jan ti. : saps r Yt a Ire ''' :> vel* .
;pi "I"", manning, tM Chamber <
'I 'attire .....> MARKET I
"CWKIt tPAh'MON ::: at 142 H..01. Ave, or ,
.r -.1II..J&rt." fnackUuig eniM .. ....._, call 773-Zna. n .1 l entering the coal_.I" mkhlghl
.* tee parent "*npany' w exrpand UI '
'..Her.*.**.anelnrmemerr D :P M nrs sees.1. r>o, 21. Ottlnger Said ;Judging, c. .,
:_ the entries' to I ''
dHwnlM ibree I
t 'eedsV.....'_ having who have its D t- r_........ MDste.deerwa .winners Is 'set far* ,,Wednesday 'N I 'LB.'B.#.4"9 '
evening. Dec 29
isu..M,, ftCCftI oate t II; Ctk I rein > .
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.fl. Aa. tea "of ,
tat sal ass b rnkie entry t1'must ae- : of Issse '
tile t ....... '
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'," ..a... .. ed.,00 the. e winners.*. and H.".,.will.'. -be- ..wantI I Mn11e1111erd.pMlr/Sa1Ri., ,

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