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County Board Acts From Average1 To 'Fabulous Areas

Local Christmas Sales 'Frozen9

j Over. Jail Building; ;: Seen Good In Survey By.. Cold

i ar The AM &.... ....,,
Unprecedented prewtnter cold
I accompanied: by lashing wind
By JVMC SMITH: toy, el court, with bicycle a vested that II.'. wail acquainted pararywd the Northwest today.

Set 8m Newt Start Writer. top favorite; lingerie and with. Christmas hoppera' habit, dropping! temperature far below -
Repair-Survey la aummer'a "ill.In" In De.t.and diamonds "Last week the big telling\ item zero and turning parts el
j wa Christmas cards today and .torm-battered Montana tntr
hurting Qirlitmaa sales
And the manager at one ef tomorrow. It'll b* decorationsand disaster areas.Temperatures.
Can hopper In shirtsleeves DeLand't dime stores reporting"a tre-trlntmingi.H '

really "dream of a whit Christ- big .ur,." la toy-buying, re> (Co>Unu4<< em rap Two) below are la font plunged to, and'co''
BjHTtENCOBtESun ] took) step to remedy the situa can be don. Commissioners- the foundation for the building I..u*." the whit of package . the U.S. Weather Bureau areas aid'

N*..* Staff Writer I elect Robert Strickland and H. to meet the recommendations ef Plied under this yew' yule treat Jf. Jf. '' JI- tile cold would jut at least five
tion.On "
Appalled at the prospect thata recommendation of Sheriff Dean Smith both in the building the deputy state fir* marshal, Judging by a spot check ot mar day. One reading

I Huaiter a! the Voluila County Rodney B. Tbursby commissioner business, will assist Thursby told commissioner downtown merchant today, the Wednesday was -59 atop a,,
,Jail could make the county "a t named WlWam IVellle, "You would have to hire a Thurshy quoted from the answer to the first question 1 Is FMS Band Concert SlatedA mountain 24 mile Northeast at
national disgrace, Voluda county engineer to make a survey bulldozer and raze the building. latest prison inspector report by BO; to the second )'N. lewlstowa Mont.

County DunmlMlonen today ot the building and .... hat teu would hive to start... from Inspector L. O. Batchelor say All store manager contactedby II BXL01V

.... .-.'- ------- tag "According to press reportsfurther telephone May reported tS-mlnut concert by the florid Military School band The tempt'rltur.10 and
delay which by the court I.I Impending the sales ranging from "about equalto will be performed beginning at 7:30; tonight for downtown hop colder through moat of the

preclude last year" to "fabuloua"pit PfII'I' northern Plain and the cold
possibility ot beginning construction > unseasonably warm wear Th* band will play la front ot McCrory'i Start at the Boulevard weather was accompanied\ by
of a new Jail when the nee
,ther. and New Ynrk A"'. bUzzard conditions across the
I of this has,Jail for the past to several And, In addition to the tale With Juft six shopping d13'1 remaining until Christmas, many Dakota. Th. arctic air spilled\

year ." corn near being'Inhuman. report the survey aIM turnedup l local store owner ar.* cooperating In the Merchant Division ever the mountain\ Into the normally

I I FIRE REPORT a preview of what' moat likely promotion and will be open night to better tent local ewtonun. mild Pacific coastal art*.
t. be found under the treat, The a.vera weather bad
Referring to the fire rspor.Thunihy iom
rrngt and
aald "We are In an Impossible .

I falling apart situation.Th.The floor wall would art Mills\ May\ Compromise Top RealtorSelqcted Elvn raid stranded In deep,
\ mow at 10,000 ftttt above
have to b* ripped out. It would ,
level west of Creede. C 1o.
i I cost from SU.OOO to $13,000 to .
obtain a new boiler for the given traiuiiLirhou.
heating plant) A complete rewiring lulled securely to a helicopterand
PassageViewed carried to lower level
job would cost about By *.
I21m0. In Bloomlngtoi\ m., a nyearold .
"\Ve can't do everything, but women died
I of carbon monoxid .
w* can do something U.*
I have a loss of We It would be when furnas fumes were
Local Board
publicized all over the United For 'Care' PlanWASHINGTON bird's backed meet into "her home' by a
blocking tat ehUnur -
State Wa've hid enough bad
I publicity," Thursby added. WILL SPREAD
After recommending that Leo (lAP) Rep. T. Kennedy and congrwlonaliponanr Mr, Kathleen Could wai
Veill a* aa engineer check the Wilbur D. Mill, a majorcnngrenslonal over the )" 11'I. it named Realtor Of Th* Vr dun The Weather Bureau said the
r building. Thursby added, tIn opponent of PreaU would provide hospital nursing Ing a Cn>1tmai anelln.t.n.lto. cold spell "which hu barely
the meantime I 'Just hope dent Johnson' health ear plan horn and stints outpatient serv. dinner ot the DeLand and West begun la the tlartllW'll.111!
spread Into
nothing happens" says he I Ia prepared to support a ire but not regular doctor Votutla Board\ of Realtor. \ last and pert el Tennessee
Commissioner Ralph Richard program administered by Social car for the aged. night I at the Calico Kitchen, A MUalMlppt by the weekend
t spokesman advised
; +.. turned Charles Luther.FIVE toCounty. Attorney* Security but eprately financed. )Mr. Could net "pnwlrtfnt, of not to travel\ aorUiwtit motorists of Mta-
the Florida District S Board otRealtir seapnlla.Wind .

MANAG EMENT Francis P. Whitebait rated, "How MUM MIIII.i_* amounted to a In the 1M.1M year, .
CHANGE IN FISH TRUST long h* lamented "Dff, cited for her achievement whipped mow and plummeting
was "
sketch of forth
president of Bert Fish Testamentary 'Trust. today announced change 'in man ge- w* have to wait" for a decision.-t rough* aged different a from program Me Id'mb'latrltJ in the real eettt field a* beadof temperature turned dx

merit of the trust.Jam A::rd.left.director of two trust-admini hospitals Pt's five years. la'*. Soda) Security I 1 local real eatat and Insurance Montana counties late disaster "
director of public relationii.( Luther explained that the areat a* covets bliaard condi
since 195r'wa appointed general manager; .ecre.tarya1\d plait, but rompatlhU enough! firm opertwd! 1 by nor ins t lions
court had, enjoined ,1tnm blaited the eastern third ot'
and John'J: I
J. Medwin.peek, center standing<<, wu named architect toy the trust mission .Thom nuuw
'r RualO, left, was elevated from reaideaLdltector to .d1rector'.of. the Tiih .hospital .la lW Jail. He said UielsW. that a ..eompromlM. could 'breached the form'Af.aplaquewaiHeVrVhre" Co*. TW s Befcwcaapp&d tl;

New Smyrna, Beach. (Sun News Photo by Bishop. ) :\-i., '* '; recheck of the county debt'...,, ( Oa face IIpresentwf disaster.area Anlmaooa/ to
I a ", ; ;. location petition la underway By MOMSUIt Powder River. Carter. Fallon.,

LOCAL MEET'Comeback' Fish and until the court makes a thl should prove to lit theesstit "by last yttfl 'wm'' Prairie. Rosebud aad ,Outer
SPEAKERia HospitalSets >cllen. nothing eta b* done. the decide-lnnf fllfttroWll'o ear, finds' Olrton/ rountlea.
He pointed out that the relnca\ "y tat Ongret over health ears December record* '
ton the eould be'settled by The 1M officer and directors Rifling. betSalts
county and the later Jor tie aged Dillon. .
Changes venora all have the right to mid- ,1M3. Tn* 'pwgrum, II I on* of the DeLaiHt and WoutVe tMngatea and Mn-onla. .., IRIND
lusla Board, .
Steps Told, peal tile court's ruling.' "It can el Johnson'* principal .ieglelaMill Slat were Installed by
take president Harry I. Virdenrosier
a year, h* added. live pel.
rm against Notre Dam 'Wln,' M It Lauderdal R. D.
In Personnel putting money *, aa Arkansas Democrat Nance, president ot DeU/td
the old Jail. W* need
a sew la of the Hour way
one," Richard declared. NEW YORK '(AP) -Nets Realty, Inc., la the new .president
For ] Party Luther and Mean Committee, whlrh, Dame, aecuitomed! to ..ul'CHdtn1111..", Gould/ Other
Republican Jsjnes r. PoOard director of explained that' the Innate has bees tile graveyard of legislation scoring :
officer ant! It Peck of
Bert nk Testamentary Trod can lit assigned t* oth.rjails for .health. car. of the point oa the itbletle field, madetherein Defarytvice
hoaptui la DeLand and New for safe ItHPln,. .It,WII aged under Social Security. Sttt Suprem' Court president; Helen McCarrtor, t

Smyrna Beach since 1)32, will admitted It would h* costly as "1 could vote for a pcyroU here today, Orange City secretary, and Joke
By HELEC COBLESu Sen Robert A. Taft, told the I become general manager and Inmate may have to lilt distributed of the coet of<< Tk* university. won a tempo Turner Plerton a. associate
tax flsaar part
ef fiance, trtuurer.Directors ,
Voluala Republican MearsQub In 'Jails throughout racy Injunction! agilait 1 th*
New Staff WrUer I secretary: of the trot Jn, 1. It I health care for the ged.M Mills
The Republican party can member yeaterday. was announced today .' where then is room" for said when lie was reached bytelephone ihowlng of aw motion picture Installed. f fast night
com back if It hu the "morl Meeting at the Calico Kitchen Francis P. Whttehalr president them at kla district office la entitled "Job Goldftrb. Flew for INS an, Could. W. T, Wool
a briefing FVNIM AVAILABLE Carne Horn," and. further .lay, Mel l Ot and. Wesley tape,
courage" to take a stand oa conrever member were gives of the bust, said Pollard bad Little Rock, Ark. He said fur. puhil-
lal ,".UII. Dr. Paul L. on what caused tile defeat of the requested trustee In Novemberto We have ever brio.000 to ther ke baa "BO objection to Sorial -. ratios ot the novel on chick tbt OeLand. and Frank OeBartolo
Thompson retired educator and Republican Party la tile lad'general relieve him of dutie aa ad build a new laU," Commliilaa- a4mlttrtloa of Aim wu bad.McCont Orange Cry
election and what wa er Hsrrl SuM Itr'Pltaed.1\ Security GnAt UPKAIE
for the late
former trateglst mlalatrttor of the hospital In e
needed to be don to revive it. doesn't seem' right. People don't inch. a profrsmHe' (dried I A. guest speaker, VardermeWrilorMa
his. Pollard also
new capacity ... .. LKM EXFEMWV"H May Quit
Thompson scored Republican I .c..u. i F .. Tw, aid rink fourth la totat -
will\ aa'director of public
Details Told leader for vkdlllatlng and relation.serve, Whttehalr aald. i I would be eaeler. for them" WASIMNOTON AP) Strong\ I membership .la eomparUoa
avoiding the major problems of No Decision t* do K, and It certainly would bidlcatlon that John A. IfcCon with the M list Board Call-
the day: civil right the repportionment Pollard win remain a* a mem' be lee xpfulv' than setting will mil .hat. mutes' than. four time
Per of the board of trustee, to rMlgn ihortly a* director of
Issue and questionson ROME AP) The Italian up a separate agency lh. : a* many reakora a* ether leading
For Stadium the constitutional interpretation which be was appointed la the Parliament" failed] today in a A* for the proepecu h* (aid dvelop< 4 lateUJgenc Agency : at.".. Florida 1* wkkla 1W QUR ADSaaisTUM
today along
will the Late Bert Flak.ACmO wash
of Judge afresh
of separation cI church. third bailor elect a sew pretl-. '4 aaaum the committee wouldbe flurry of members ot New York and
and state. DKECTOIIMis dent for Italy, Oa subsequent able to work something out." CaMnet turnover about i Texas, oil greet. are

Yule Program RACIAL lYrE I director* Alma of Flab., park Memorial, assistant Ho> ballot\ only a almple IIIIJllrtt111qulnd ( I H* declined. to. speculate' oa McCOM't return to. privatervd "Aa Increase of 133 member * frsm. kfcs Mallet tatrwrt

'1 don't behave\ that anyone DeLand dace 133 win for election but ae whit benefit might .be provided tU* another klgk- wa recorded la tat statt or ef ftelvy's Jewelry. Co.,
tf will beth should put a 1 low 'celling ever pital at candidate. has com.clos to getting under a'plas ., the. kind ke pest lxr Johnson I;, gaaUanoa last year, more this 11* V. Boulevard bens tM toIM
Before be director acceptance
Life acting pending
Tb* anyone else.. Thorrd.. even that, would favor t' what It* COM double that ef 1MV ke MilL : ,.... ....,." State'sBfpearaaee
to bepresented several lo I fill s k
topic of tile meditation atone of appllcMt > begla his new *dmlalatrttlon. -
daM adding by die RevvBeraard "bring considered. Watte- Cyru R. Vance, Ik Mwrheati ...,...,.
"hearulck" ever the failure ot barked Is *f UMef
vein. wa required for elecflo Tke Johanna plan and year, well p
at tile Community bib odd: diIIpu'1l1mtat of" defeast, bas I .
C. Meece scheduled the Party ot Lincoln: to. meet ea the Brat tare.belkM. n* easentUJly ttmilar those .pro.earlier ) (Cmitlm a .... Tw.1IAh.a fnauuh.f. C.e nwahMOi..a
Chrtstma program' John E. ROMO, resident dlCnll > been mentioned la tnm Lovers.meat *
the raetalluu.. ... .. .. requirement BOW 1* Ml I I l pied !by President Ma .
for t p.m. Sunday,1s DUnd'. "On reuse. the Republican ( a P. T l .. quarter a* a powubl sea __ __
etadiura.TO cessof for tk* CU ..... .
municipal! Party leD behind 1 was because post .4 1 J J. I

wffl be the aecoed yam It' leU away from the origin*! -
of the community program that founding principle lie added. Moon port PUkftfd Lei Ferret! presents th* most engaging'. t.<)

wa attended last year by man Thompaoa cored any law which fathloni diamond rings 1 1ween
than, J.OOO person*.. keep Nora from developing CAPE KENNEDY" IAP) -.

The event wider the sponaor-, their\ potential. On the other s 4 rty -.- Carpenter inkia! membersMged .
hip of the West Votuala Ministerial hand, bed\ the Negro' must a wildcat *trU. today
Association, wm Include ears "equality. Every Ingle I lad ertablialied picket liars at

I Mdal music, a eommunKy race la tki* whole world b potentially entrances to die Meirttt Wandmoonpoit
carol slag and a doting eaadto equal to. the ether.". and Marty Patrick R I
light r Doe K fee GOP} adD have Air form n***.
etvice.D M BAJTDiMade the moral'gut*., the forthright- / They protested airing ef lIMo

I by ;the DeUnd Big eusnes to. take a stand ea the motes labor by a ClMtnlttJollItrm.
Cctool band, wtder the dlreeBo major, problem facing ttt aa- .
of George .WoB. will ksdadeTuiaque Bear ThampMM asked.BXTMTIOM Th Mustard County Bui eng;
De Noel." thae ....* NEEDED: s. Jri tntoi Council rvled an cn*.
Be toted that aa edwcatloa s-1 tvontim worker to Ignore ike
Ortswu (a ml *y). 'T* -
for CWMrea'e\ J ny<<." aad '*Sp...'. program .to seeded topresentta +h 1. picket line sod report. for' work.".

IT of CfcrUtma." the people the _objective ef N. nuiflr alowdnwt- la enMtrae
Southnwetern High fckoot! the party. .I tide wa* expected
:Ike/ r u
tie diredlon fit I'bistingis the diMgreemeot -
glee. dub. .
ever the'mAHg; ', ,specificphrase
,wfflstgWUl fluke Probrs
James VSiV *w. + On
east U' Rkrs'iC.aea.e "
By! our >Sheetec rtoek.X ." .. Pwe .,... l
"0 ) Holy MzM.sad "New, TALLARASStC: The
JarL- IVrtda Supreme Cowl rtled 4
la addBtto II> Mr. Mesa. prwstfrpt .oauaeix. ,obi tip> ,- I yen .by tIN tut Bar ar. aoavAdeetial r
ft the anlm did aMndavUoa Ray sad en sew be 'made'

std ....... ef the FtrtOkritua Rage Btts hadow*. wte t*prefer the spotligM.back- tONE puNk t..i .*..mrf.>pa SM t5enw d TMlw. i ,set ,.
Owe*. wffl be theRe seemed' _today ta have ,aomeetroag WILL BE: QUEEN The** seven Station UrJvmiry coeds: will N In Ui* "COLUMBIA. J '

*. Noel. Ljkla. mlaMer ofdurattM becktar a* a eempremberhoiee final of the Basketball Queen Contest tonight on* of 1M feature o{ the atvrath llungtr Strike End ,

whe' the flew preiderteBe BaptfetCkoick for, f&jwhHcia aartoulchakmaa. annual HitUn( Invitational Tournament at th. Rational Guard AmnoryrThtr were te e....*M etfMT ewe Iran.i t.asn.1. t '

". George Wbenaj* III.'theyirst elected from field of H during the opening" round .f fl" f law night-roe fudging, UPl JUTON..r floe' htlt1Pt k Klr4 BwdAletMonk Nan. *f M, Sew*....| ja*.i v ..II

MetfcxS Chorrk. erip Bttea.. typtcsirjr, wane tatttag. will tau place between halve of the first game and the winner, announced between 14 puma.od.d a 14 hour

rare. cud Dr. Hag Aeh *C.ttenrat But ether report'' huSMted halves of the championship fame. Mercer plays( Wilmington<< at I JO 'and Suton busier eirtke nUy.. but Hud- LESFERRELL JEWELERS t
that .V Deaa Burch tr *
Pve.b y t.r t a* CkMtrtuCkrietrae : eested whe.. the TO reeigB GOP aa. mute Georgetown at tM.Rliht to left,; with thtir pfwx; art Ptri4rfa Mtrrell, Pi Hit let>n. mole plsiw M keep" ,,

prayer.. need omiiutlieiroga 'teed k* F U'Pr\l; Hunter Jordan, Alpha' XI Dill: Kim, IJrrf.fDtIta, .Sigma' .Phh Linda if MMW. "*, ,alp agaaut/ rte .. ,

Aasteaajt p'sgeaarssairstThSi I' a-a. ... .... Gnerrther of DeLand Sigma.: Nu ,Diane Gvwmtn. PI K IM Alpha; Jeannett Fer gev.rsnwt W" Premier Trae 1)1)1 WITH ....,,.. !il,
.. 'I aJan. ,Joannt CMM Irs RJ-fcfc, Photo Gilmore Via .. .
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,, ', f' ',1 West Volusia Federation
Ends With No ""
reported .y AP and the ..
feral Rejrftolds sod Co. eHlr.
Steels led the stock market

In a continuation 1If its moderate ., Eats Presents Gift To StoneCounty
rally early this afternoon 'r':

The market extended Its advance > I ,
Nuclear PactPARIS Into the second day at ,

business news continued favorable .
The heads of several major r Commissioner S. E. go out .of office: Jan. 4. DIxon

companies forecast: further (Ed) Stone today received an reminded them that this Is not
(AP) Ministers of ngton to report to President expansion of the economy and engraved silver platter from the their last meeting u there bone

the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Johnson. growth of major Industries in. Weft Volusla Civic Federation scheduled: for Jan. 4} to wind'

failed today to settle American sources said Rusk IMS The automobile industry 'In appreciation of many yean up the board' sinew
was quite satisfied with Ms two turned out cars at a record rate A of faithful public Mrvlce." OTHER ACTION'
their differences on the sharingof long private talks with\ French and buying of steel was heavy, Lee Maxwell president, made In other actions the board:

nuclear responsibility but President Charles de Gaulle and Lukens Steel advanced more the presentation at the Voluila REJECTED all bids for construction

agreed to keep on studying this hoped that the American- than 2 points, Jones ft Laughlla County Commission meeting this : of Flagler Ave. in

complex: problem.The French discussions will continue. gained about a point!! and a half morning. Member clubs named : New Smyrna Beach with low
and U.s. Steel was. -up' about -a la the engraving are Haft Suburban I bid Of J11T.5M. Saxon said It was
United States and French .
The same Informants reported point. .. DeBary, West Suburban, a Joint city-county project and,
governments remained divided general; agreement between the General Motors, Ford and Glenwood, DeLeon Springs and the cost was too high. .
on this Issue But those same United States and France on the Chrysler moved ahead about Lake Wlnnemissett avic Associations -AWARDED contracts to Wo-

two governments took care to need to prevent a spread of nuclear half a point. and Orange City Terrace mack Asphalt for paving win It

keep In doss contact: : with each weapons throughout the The 'New York Stock Exchange i4. Association and Daytona Park on Saxon Drive New Smyrna
world. halted trading in Com Estates Homeowners Association. I area, at low of 18,363 and to

other. sat, Wednesday's most active Ray Hunt Ford for a car at

.ISSUE COMMUNIQUE stock: because of an accumulation : Stone, who Is retiring! Jan. 4 H,770. Lehlgh Cement and Florida
I The NATO ministers issued a Local Sales of orders. The issue was DELAND AND WEST VOLUSIA REALTOR OF THE YEAR Mn. Kathleen after 12 years on the board wu Cement in Tampa will share

communique: at the close of quoted at dOVt. off 1%, before Gould was named Realtor of the Year of the local Board during last night's annual obviously touched by the tribute. business on 10,000 bags of cement

their" winter meeting which the halt Christmas and Installation Dinner at the Calico Kitchen. Last year'i winner, Francis "'!lilt is. a very pleasant surprise at 1375 per barrel bulk

met this reference to the Seen Good The Associated Press averageof Clifton, made the presentation. (See story on page 1)) (Sun News Photo by Allen) ," h, aid. When one person rate. Lehlgh, BunncH, was low'
60 stocks at had climbed
what for the bags of cement at $375
mixed manned surface: fleet saya, we appreciate you .
.Tto -
Kit with Industrials up have done it for four bagLREFERRED;
showj my effort
concept"Ministers; examined the 12, rails upJ' .god utaides/ np Jail Building Fish HospitalSets the past 11 year* have not been : to Stone and

problems confronting: the alliance From Puge 1 .2.The Dow Jones average of 30 KIDS KICKBACK wasted. recommendation J. V. Doyle, Deputy Clerk the
YEARS'Tuning of
al and in nuclear the field weapons.of convention A thor toMJIT Industrials, at noon was up 2 41 Action Taken ATSANTA Changesrector to his fellow commissioners Robert Wlngfleld that additional

he said "11Iet U space be for the
ough exchange of'Iew.. on Commenting that I layawayihis o Prices advanced In moderate yean acquired state
these problems took place and year "nave been better trading on the American Stock on the board have been the happiest parole and probation officers.
will be continued than usual," he said that salesso Exchange, of my life In my long political Wlngfleld said the county: could

That left the whole American far. \had been good and that Corporate and Treasury bonds From I Vagc 1 Page ',I life Thank you for the coop obtain two more men if room
concept for bringing the AUlei he expect "a very good were mbled.N DALLAS, Tex. (AP) eration. Best wishes to all of you. II available He suggested the
into a closer nuclear partnership Christmas There aren't'enough !..ntaaal1lft "I am retiring from office but offices of the Draft Board'aneS
subject to further talk and The other dime store's nuns not from politics. I win always Parole Officers be exchanged
realize why we don't call an to go around this rector of the New !Smyrna Beach
more study. gee said that sales so far had'B be Interested In our county! state Doyle said .it may be better to
election. They don't under. year, says Henry J, Mc hospital since 1954, will continue: '
The NATO minister agreedto been "fabulous," and tint lay- stand""You Cluskey of the Texas Employment in that position but will be directly and national government. convert the large back room
continue! seeking ways to sways were "way ahead of last The must 111vallet petition Commission. He accountable to trustees, "I hope that the legal shackleson oa the second floor of the 'Professional
East West tensions and, ft .A1" Ines this board for so many yean Building for offices for
ease year. Stocks: Jones&L It" to call election, Luther blames disgruntled young the trust president pointed out.
bring to realization "the legitimate DOT WEATHER' Allis Chat 1.V4 Kale AI "'29'6 declared, "It l takes one.third of step The changes in managementof will won be taken- off for the four men.

aspiration of the German .The nonage?- f a department Alcoa 59ft x.n' tt the taxpaying electors. You "There Is a high In. the trust were made at a benefit of tnr progress. "of this EMERGENCY WORK "
people" for reunification. lion although lamenting that AmAIr 44 Lit i Mt n% can't call an election if 'you d4eftC:.'ot children kicking meeting of the nine trustees county and state." He referred DECLARED construction of
GENERAL TERMS hot weather Is hampering sale Am Can 42ft Loch'd 14% don't have a valid petition. You Santas In the shins for not Nov. 15. Pollard said today he to the injunction prohibiting the a bridge \la Osteea and another

The reftrtnce to the nuclear 01> winter merchandise, said he AmCyan. 82% LorUlard t2 made a decision. (Commissionen complying with requests planned semi.retirement. county: commissioners: from proceeding ia Oak Hill aa emergency.: The
problem wu made Id general .s ".ure sales for the month ot ArnMo14 MDIM&Mx 31 twice found the relocation registered in prior yean," OFFICES SET : with construction of the Oak Hill bridge burned and theOsteea

terms because the minister! December will be the largest ATAT 675 M% petition Insufficient You are he said. But he win set up offices lathe new county jailCommissioneri "bridge is in "dangerous
realized they could not obtain ever." AmTob S3 Mohasco 11 In a law suit. You, are defendingyour "The positions of Santa Whltehalr Building after Jan. Jim Dixon, shape, Saxon said. Saxon was
any concrete commitments for that sales Ampx 15 position." claus in such places Harris Saxon and Ralph Richards authorized to purchase: 13,000
Commenting are Cp % Mon.'to MJ.6 as 1 from which he will serve a!
a .mixed manned Polaris armed 'Just about even" with last Anaconda 54 Mont Wd 38 Lee Maxwell DeLeon Springs, department stores and overall manager ot trust affairs an paid tribute to Stone worth of lumber for the bridges.Be .
surface fleet of any variation ol Armour asked If the commissioners centers and to Crady Williamson, who said he could get it whole
53 shopping
ear's, he said he attributes this H Nat Dalr 80% are not and will deal with public relations
that concept. i a being open evenings. "Hour Babcock MU Nit DUI 281t couldn't get the suit before the being readily taken matters. sale and chesper than by calling
The communique also said for hour Beth Stt Florida Supreme Court for a We've placed five six for bids. DIxon offered him whatever -
our evening sales have 15H" N.Am A't I2Jt or Whltehalr said trustees were
'the ministers stressed the Impartanee leen better than those In the Boeing 11% 'Penney .. Una! decision. : but we could have placed considering applications, of professional Details Toldr pinngs are needed.

of avoiding dlssemlnattlon MonIblll,":'.11. said, which undoubtedly Harden 77H Pk AA 3'%, "You have to go to the _p.peuar. 15 or JO."Some. .hospital directors to GAVE the Orange City Water .
of nuclear weapons Brunswk SCaterTt .' :totll't' first ''Unless the of the potential Co. permission to tue county .
II because the coolness' Pep Cold GJi fill"tie position being vacatedby
The Americans regard the of .evening. is more ,jndu 40V4. Phi Mar 751; Supreme Court has' original applicants\ have said they'd Pollard. For Program rlghtao -wey tfor extension of
fleet Idea as one way to achieve chit to Christmas shopping.He CeUneie 74 H I'hID Pet 61y4 jurisdiction. There are no shortcuts ,Just rather not do this sort Judge fish's will provided fora water lines as long u the firm
this result The French believe Com Ed You have to have a derision of work this meets the basic requirements.
'' u well at several other 3214 year trust to establish and maintain
wltt .
the fleet have exactly before can CHANGED the
policy ending
Con Eels tS .tt you go up appeal
Rep f21t'Dow hospitals in DeLand and New
result. anticipate a big '
), of subdivision plats to require
As the winter ministerial .In sales because of this year'i cite 7 8 H Revlon 4J ASUS ATTORNEY Smyrna Beech There also 1! a rom Pag 1 that developers get toning
duPont 220H } Tob 31
meeting drew to a close, US. two additional shopping dsyi. EAL 44U Sm.tey P 30 n Spotting Sidney Taylor, De- Top RealtorIs Fish Memorial In wing st Seminole board approval first, then ap'
Hospital Sanford
State Dean Rusk LATICRO'PliS E. Kodak lisii Land attorney who has fought proval of county engineer and
Seaboard 43
preparedof back to Wash'Comeback' And, u one store manager Other changes announced by
relocation In the audience: he county! attorney before the plats
Firestone 42 MFlaFftL Sears 128% Whltehalr include an architectfor Rev. Alfred B. Vaught of Trinity
laid, many_husbands and fathfft asked for confirmation.
an presented to the commission.No .
T7 Ilnela1r 58" Selected maintenance and repair of Methodist Church and Mr. Ly-
undoubtedly will be doing\
"We've been for longer will the commission
Ford MH waiting year kins. I
aoeBIIY %
g0" the .
heir hospitals and other trust
shopping .on those two a last.minute Frmst Da 13 H. &oUtllllC 8'4''J'rept property, J. Medwln Peek, long AH churches have been invited
"The sick and tiredof of the .
Sul 49 SpeiTylt' 3114 people are to panilclpnte'ln'heevent ad'aU !I&tnttrAd county at
associated with the
that Wes are a trust. wu *
"little. better" than lut Frock Tr NU ItBrilld n% what's" going on. And I'm appointed to the position. West Voluslans. are Invited torney.
year -
Steps Told Dyn 16 ItO NJ sicker Saxon commented. .... fcgelahead to attend."
and "it's been a good veer as awhole Gen 6H
rf: M Commissioner Ed Stone. noted asked
," he added "It's Hen bock Those attending an to
Gen Fds SW Swift. 5634, that It Is not only the condition Police Probe lit in the'center section of the US. EducatorIs =
rood season for toys; bikes have ten Mills .f.8 H Texaco 18 ol the Jail at saber l"of Texas and possibly> west side stands to facilitate: :.
Jj"c" ,,1 bees very good/MAaeUet store *Gen Utrs '* %. "It's short New York." '
F rom' 4 Thlokol 1214 i only a question hearing and group singing. Each
also I
.bi cle
.' ;reported--many_: Taodrwjrn}' 11 Cmt4123 time before we won't be allowed I Vordermeler urged local members Incidents person Is asked to bring a candle Dead At 92 .
'; to keep inmates la the to participate In aH
Goodyr 43HGiryhnd AItG Jail. They Realty for the candlelight: ceremony
and "Church vi. state". Thorp A jewelry J tore reported MS UnI Fruit 6'4 will be scattered all O'IL'b.\ Board activities from the local: In the event of inclement weather '
son called for Republican to 'good! salts, running,' about: the 'fculi Oil MH us Steel D1loa'.U State. It ,will be expensive lo level to the nations level if DeLand police investigated a the program will be movedto BHRKELEYCaUL AP) -

define their meaning same ai last year, and said ) 10SU Univ Mat 1114 take them back and forth lo possible. "The nation needs to variety of complaints late yesterday the first Baptist\ Church. Alexander: Mslklejohn..92!-, _noted
the biggest selling Item this year court: ." revert to tradition that made American educator, died
"What are states rights? How Int Karv 75 HInt W.1tJ t 1:1: &II and last ni ht.
thoroughly should the federal I. diamond, with watches run Nick UH Wlnn Dix 3914 Saxon mad a last effort to this country .strong," he said. frtumph motorcycle reportedly Talks Wednesday night at his home.

government control the stalest nlng a close 'leon4."OHM" lot Pap MWVOUUSIA WooIwth 21" get a new. tail. "Mr, Luther," "Ideal based on honesty. ,Integrity was stolen from the home SuspendedNEW Prof. Melkleoha) had been in

There U something sacred about WEAR be .asked ' says we till square dealing and hard of H. p. Shank, 811 N. Oars. with pneumonia lot three day
Lingerie is the at awwnea'e DELHI India (Ar) his
top-seller determine aa emergency, The work made our nation strong Value Was $600. prior to death
states rights, but no one bow .
.; apparel'''op..wblcl\ nl"rltcl court: says we can't build a Jail. tend..hQuid ,.tJl1 be the.basis of Joaa Thomas, 400 W Euc1il'Itold Talks to improve relations *e- He had lived In Berkeley since
what it means? We In the pa Bgg .,
lea :ported that sales ."art golngfine (: ;the United States ,and
Which the
to .take .precedence the dealings of.all patriotic police a prowler kicked *l 1930s when ha ended his ac- .
make contribution .
must a :
nicely ahead of last "BI dI" new Jail Is not Cambodia wen suspended today tie ,
thinking. It the Republican Par.tyever also COUNTY a sn Americans" her door and peered Into the academic ,life that Included :
\ beck and Itldnk Apparently! there will be Lease'" Cii... emergency. ," Luther responded. GIFTS EXCHANGED I house. He apparently fled with 'ao agreements. presidency of Amherst College
comes quite a few chain and recliners tart .... .. if 44 NO RETORT" Gifts were exchanged and door when police arrived. reached from 19U to 1923.. .'ll ..
It win Its member
must educate -the public about under West Voluslana Christmas .m.lf"' ----.1. i. Saxon said that there would prizes distributed to about 75 A container for charitable donations The Amf'r\eln.llI' \ Cambodian A '.nsdve"of -England, Pro/."
Decisions tress A furniture store :manager ._ be no report today from Joseph local Board members and guests. I reportedly was stolen. legotlators said the disunions, UeHdeJoha came to the United '
their opinions. on major that a number ol (Avntt ; prices non Voluil' McNlchols and William Middleton '. which began Dee. S In New Delhi .
issues must not be left In the stating Peultrymu's Awn,) Entertainment was provided bya from the counter at Dominic States st the age of S. He was '
bands of a 'ew," these an being sold aa gifts, who wen appointed to recheck brass octet from the DeLand restaurant, 303: N. Boulevard resulted In a better understanding educated at Brown and Cornell .
BUIEtEMMEH said that sales an "ftnei 1 think JACKSONVILLITM >the approximate 1.000 High School Band directed by The container was thought/! '0 of their respective positions. universities and began his long

Thompson:C. scored the bustnessmen <. they may be a little over last :orl=...! fKirlda Cam W.,11. signatures relocstors claim an flaorge Wolf. The singing of have contained- about $13 U teaching career In the phlloe '
who refuse to take a year" "n.tuuy"'sr1e nll.r { valid He said McNlchols! is lot Christmas carols to the accompaniment coins. But there was no agreementon ophy department at Brows: "

stand on controversial Issues for But while Christmas sales are ton... l>H-4i, mate 4l-4i. alt| ':'I"I'", | working this week, ot the octet featuredthe \ BIll Seddon. Smith Hall, Stet the Issues, revolving mainly In 19M he moved In th.,Vnl-
fear ol economic reprisals waring despite summer In December serl, oeU "\.,"10"" U.511 Oman 10.11, la answer to a question from entertainment.jPolice son University, reported to around the OS..sided war unity of. Wisconsin. when' he .

"If that ls so," he declared '. merchants apparentlywish .;"': tilry al farms) fryers Hi ins. the press Deputy Clerk-. V pollee that his blcycle Mar against the Communist VietCQng "headed the 'experimental\ vol.December' .
said about U
that of
Doyle the
weather would wise -
the a stolen .South.Vlt
'"!'lI. whole philosophy of democracy up AnnouncePersonnel (n. tilJ11 .1 lege. .
2.000 contested petitions have And 14 old Negro boy '
u and "get with" the Christmasseason. a year- a.lghboe.of Cunodla. ISM President '
stake. Democracy fl .' ben checked since the two men was caught rifling a car owned! The US. .
is lost. )Hunters ; .negotiators\ led .by .Johnson awarded. him the
close wen hired on Dee-T, Checking Change Elmer Mitchell, custodian at veteran .
:Thompson; told the men that Ai the mercury climbed by : diplomat Philip W. Boasaj. Medal of Freedom, highest clvlliaa .
taxpayer slant of signer\ is a Volusla courthouse The .
the Republican Party "may lot to M! degrees this morning one County said they wen returning\ to honor ol the United
have a it merchant: tried to correct the detailed procedure. Frank X. Nlbler, formerly detective car was parked at the Elk''* Washington to report on a number States.
campaign dOQ'C40wa
you Arc Commissioner! okayed a request clubhouse S. Oars Ave.
get to some principles\ weathers mlxup and boost the Burned sergeant of DeUnd's police oa of Cambodian proposals
from Thunby to amend dent has been The youth was turned over la "which will Delaware
Thompson' was Introduced byWalter holiday mood of shoppen by assigned the require considerable Pennsylvania NewJersey "
the his budget |U.400 so he could rank lieutenant and will his auntTopLevel1 study."
Miller former presidentot giving order to turn eown command Georgia and Connecticut
the club who has moved to air-conditioning ".. low aa Itll PALATKA (AP)-Three Jacksonville employ four Jailors. The state one ef three pollee duty wen the tint five states to flUe
men on a hunting trip prison Inspector bad recommended cohoUe Beverage Control Board
Waiter Park. go and dose the blinds a* people shifts it wu announced today Action fy the U. .. Constitution.
Ray Pheneger presided ca.1aee the coat"Guilt wen badly burned when a stove : that the use of trustiej CIty Manager Wesley Sw..tlal4 has invited the FBI to help In

and said that the date and exploded today In their !house as turnkeys be suspended for the organliatlonal change OKLAHOMA CITY Oda. investigating the explosion<< TOO LAra TO cukssirt,
tut* e| next month's meetingwwU .
trailer in Ocala National Forest. security purposes.Commlsslonen which
heavily damaged the
was accessary because of -
promotion (AP
be announced later, Is Ruled Liquor stars operator
They in U. C. W Montgomeiy approved the to scttag chief of a farmef stan. LOt tam rob rt tad male
Byron Gambulos' esubllshmentwe sue .. awe >*. M. x.n .<
of the Duval amendment wNea forwarded from fee eec
County shift eemmander Fred 0. Damage blast was i K. II, Panw Mr .
( dynamited: last Sunder only k II a. or *
Qliildrcn Unhurt MUUrAl( *)-RIchard WorthIngton \, ahentfa office| his uncle, .le.the Jlaardt-County Felsem. estimated by Cambulos'at more W. K Carton* P.rkln* HwrBirrr -.
,- 3X .OKteers IMt AjBeals.-Depart- five days after It was robbed olMIM. 'MUMS, ri*. *' ..a
tat Injt9; today., Wade Montgomery, about (0; ; Nlbler previously served as : titan 0.000.. ;: : .
As Car Collide awaiting completloir-w: paperwork and Billy Montgomery, U,.. meat' hey vfaUJwHW-for final detective for the force.' 'Although
that will keep him behind .,. I To ward off further such tad-
CUude'a eon.
his tWe has \been changed, Sweat .
dents he has constructed a pillbox
.Two Witt children: ban for life for the Uaam Deputy Lt A. E. Patten of the' said then would be ao change with windows

M pass a gen collided yesterday slaying! ef his n"year-old teetermother. Putnam County sheriffs office: PreeiIentReeigneAt ia salary. AI a detective sergeant top of the bulletproof buQdlnr.Cambulos on "

at 8. Boundary and W. said one el the men mumbled I Nlbler drew the same pay said the YOU WDN'T HEED r
A, .. DeLand pollee A Urns Jury found WorthIngton DeBary Bank a lieutenant Wednesday ,
VenrMa as
that a gas stove exploded aa he '
pBBx would be manned around
Mid. OM OHd WIt shaken but guilty Wednesday er fin tried to light It and prepare Sweat said Nlbler still would US OREI, BUT
the clock The Oklahoma AI-
94 la)**** were reported. degree murder la the slaying olMn. bmktsst DEBARY Newell E. Haw. serve as detective tor the force, '

"The nsMff. saM cars driven by Angela War laftoa las t The staggered from the kiss, president ot DPParyeacei la addttioa to duties as shift WHEN YOU Wen
ABM Mss T..... MB I. Bouadery Aug. 1.Worthington. men tional Bank Of commander.:
and a companion, flames to a hunting camp about Obituaries WMC !
Ae lied Carol Clayton founding last ynr mined If. :
y m feet from the trailer and J. _In
K-year-old Joel Oebharot bee
fective f>c. II. @
m linrt'T.eoJllded at the : ,
ljUsuiisiaii* Damage to each the woman to death with an were driven to Putnam Memorial The bank's: bder'd7,40irctore -

OM' .... iron bar. and then Jammed bee Koopltai. ...1eI that Hevkiw-resigned forrresMa 1 Negro News I Ernest W. Hunt .

jtoMrt' *** J, a passenger head \la t garbage can bad of Hospital attaches reported ai aI. and that his i
fat Vt mUttft oar vu llIak.. water 'In order to try and! mate three men were burned ever roper doaaccepte4 "withannouncement Ernest Ward Bunt age Tt a
hut Mt sstteus hurt. Two tie deatt look accidental cent of their bodle 1 1IeN'1'fu, HPOH retkJent of lfl 4 .. Votarta Ave. I

.. IT" SA A... car alsolnJra F.0 was made : "... ......... Orange City, for eight" years .

........s. U. a PUIIIII't ., ..... 'RJihta' Trial] Set .Hawkins.riardeg a replacement for Scott.Dismissed 493 W. Wafts Mrs ft.Cora Lea med Vstaeia at I Memorial:a ajn. today.Usspltalwttere at West We Specifttzi hAll I 'RtpairinL

1g was .:;.. ri1' ,I. AUGUSTTNE) (AP-4dni Sveoayt.He he.had Net rattest. (toe Hikes Of-
... ....... OAvtut'/ U. civil trial rights ta It. e>Johns meMtr" County ter go court: ea Christmas .Specials! 1M WM wu babe Cain: AiliiuUc 'WMkirsOHTHEBOUtXYABJ

.... h Jam 11 kopug tie u... :<* ty. tod-, where he wu a meat-
w prtme Court ruing el Monday nit CajUtaui Glr Him First CartsOaa
tReIl1plAdt'Pi ... win 4fismUsal 'I auras.the ,
\ 'tit .. bring about '

A pertaMs keseesN pNda eafa. ;= ,"lIP.II., ..' eharges.The high tent! reversed arM POWER"TOOLS 15M Mrs.He Ida la survived M. Rust by Us wtfe. ;
'" J ... .... Quit City.M e/4fJIe4
= j; alt-ta ceavMieaa .114. in a'Mrullai Ir l HAND TOOLS .SM. Itobnt W. CuT Bar: ,1
, clem. i mode till decree retroactive. i ir Vn. m.. sad one stew, Mn
.. ,.. .b. .. lie 24) ,
lwter..4 : ,wM Marvel Frtcsra, LaPort. lad.
deft ._t It.jc 'ft1. This gave hope to some 800other "CO. Friends may can at ... Laak- : )

.. ' aCaai r-.f-.. charged with vtolatk CONRAD LIMBER ford Orange CHy Catpd tram !'we tMtel .Ha.STeea wrtkJHWett!*
(1 r stemmlsg from ,civil rightsdemonstnttew6 7 ta | pin. today. Funeral servIms .
.... 2M floral iMtsreri -
..... II I thus 711771NATO
6:ed aacjlasu .... .= 01 fl./1i.elaa.,....II: here last spring West Mklttaa. at North Mewere .PtoM 7H44ML aid bout- wffl be. to.LPwte. *
\ i. ": M It/.Mt r and summer. .

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BL'R.\S. BRYANT CO"FERTri111ester ;.pe J, DEUNO (tnOBIDAj SUM NEWS WIT", Oft 17, 1944

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System Seen : : '., New State' Agency Chairman ,

To Revamp Exhibit At Fair NA

Curb To a Regents I JACKSONVILLE!: (AP Si atiM, h. win b:* ta "
: Charlei W Campbell, at chair- chart of Uwrng rcveau bonds /
of the Florida Develop! (
mar end certJfieatei for stag agide '
TALLAHAS6EE (AP-Gov.. cater" lit saM. "IH leave that mane CbmmUston it charted and all the county government .
Elect Haydon Burni' campaign to them." with revamping the itate't exKbit -
promiae to eliminate the trtmeiter But h* said his own opinion! 1 it the New York World' !. I
yr Fair by introducing "new designs ''VIrtuan; state \la the
system loomed today as "not my official opinion"-Is every
the major stumbling block In that the trimester system wu and new Intrigue." nation la active in 1U endeavor f
reaching an agreement on appointing not working. '*pws Gov -Elect H ydon Burns as- to attract new business," Burns
nine members to the ,He said he wu concerned with 1 o I slned the task to Campbell after laid In 'announcing the appoint-
University Board of Regents the requirement that educators h1 announced the appointment mint "I !know of BOB that can
Gov. Faints Bryant and the i wanted students to spend four of the 6T-yar-old Jacksonville bout the quality leadership that
Board of Control-which the re- hours preparing for every one 1 insurance executive Tusdy.H I new shall be Florida'" i
Cents will replace-Initiated the hour classroom work under Mid Campbell will work Campbell win succeed Wendell '
trimester system after the. LegIslature the trimester system. with the Florid World's Fair I Jarrard who hat headed the Development
enacted law I That's the kids .he
a killing
Authority "to bring about newi Commission under \
for faculties.year-round use of university I said. .- design' and new Utrlgu la the CoY Tarts Bryant -
; :
exhibit, A Ala.
REASON: TOLD aativ of Columbia .
NO COMMENT Campbell la a gradual of the .
Burns has called for return to Slated
the semester system on grounds Ruling Burnt wouldn't lay it e new University of Alabama.
the Increase work load is bard : AL location will be sought for the H. waa In banking la Coluni-
on both the student and the /acuity On Insurance Florida exhibit nor answer further bus Ca.. before Joining Prudca*
and "is not increasing the question! en all plans for 1mproving tlal Insurance Co. there In 1933.

capacity of the students by one- SANTA AT FIRE STATION-The DeLand Firemen i Association held ill annual Christmas party for It. Campbell also hu been active
.third U was forecast." MIAMI (AP) Stat Insurance families Tuesday night In the Fire Station. Lt. Gene McGee and Lt Gus Smith helped Santa distribute lilts to The Florida exhibit, at a tar In civic and business clrclaa. H*
Bryant end Burns conferred f Commissioner! J. Edwin the children. (Sun News Photo by Allen) nd of the fairgrounds, hu at and his wlf. Helen live at nearby
again Wednesday- over the. appointments f Larson says ItI'U decide in 60 time been 'ertudzed. Pont. Vrdra Beach A
.,., their fourth sit- to 90 days on whether to allow Campbell wm become De- daughter Mrs Mlllord B. Hatch
down meeting among Innumerable automobile Insurance underwrit HALABY TELLS OF PROGRESS SRD Slates \'tll'fll'Mnt Commission chairMan er, live at Macon Ca. '
telephone calls between ers aa average statewide 23 percent EA'-STETSOIV Jafe.1 wa loran la *worala
Jacksonville and Tallahassee. i hike In premiums. I .. goV.f'ft A*. .
"I'm still anxious to discuss Larson and 12 aide presided Aa ion paid!. brad ftfthsr Dtvelopment CORRECTIONIn. !
the matter," Burnt said later. I over a public hearing In Miami Turbutence-Problem Cited PROF NAMEDAS (..."1'4Inlltlt. Camp- t I
"We just did not quite reach which lasted for 10 hours and 30 i Bid Opening MIl will be rasponslbl for ttat .U Ie ieeteraar'e
agreement" minutes He said it was the I programs te attract< new India Sass Kw rer
Bryant did not meet newsmen longest hearing in hit 24 years i By Aviation Agency Chiefi TOP AIDE try and' more Mt slats to Florid .
Caste! Farms
following the meeting. But, earlier as Insurance commissioner. *.
Wednesday, he told The I Much of the hearing wu taken Charles Tom Henderson, TALLAHASSEE: (A?) Four Dairy Slore
Associated Interstate construction contracts snnvll] Hollywood
Press he would appoint former law professor at
the board in time for themto up by companies presenting WASHINGTON (AP) Federal Halaby acid the first major head the list of 39 interstate Beach and Fort Lauderdale. ShU, HIV. Ita**
take office Jan. 1. their reasons for seeking rate : Aviation Agency Administrator action taken by the FAA on the Stetson University and a road projects which will be The 'Construction tit threeOverpasses
CONFLICT CITED i Increases. The same argument N. E. Halaby said problem other than normal op Volusla County representative opened for bids Friday the en the Palmetto Expressway EGG NOG
Burns said the between had been presented at a public Wednesday that turbulence Is avery erational precautions was in has been named at State Road Department said and additional access
conflict hearing earlier hit month in '
serious problem for Jet 1953 when the airline were required
tile Mta St,
him and top tide to Atty. Gen ramps on Express.Way -
Bryant was Tallahassee.
aviation but that encouraging! to use wecther-detectloa 5XL$1.50 I
I la Miami top the hit of
Elect Chairman PnlUlpt
over Board a ot majority Control of which the .Bryant present About 130; persons showed up i progress Is being made to devetop radar oa most type of airplanes. Earl Falrcloth. according said the Interstate constructionInclude Pad County project! !. I, '
for the to The Associated
hearing. Many early means of avoiding turbulence '
apparently wants to move over after hour of debate over I or of coping with It. This la the best piece ot anti. Press la Tallahassee, and* contracts on Routs 10, '. ,
IT. 95 :295.
to the regents, definition of terms. i Halaby told a 'news conference turbulence equipment that the Henderson assistant attorney '
The Rout 10 involves
Job bIt
"It's normal 1 to think they Larson said 1111 other hearings that an article In Life airlines hive, be said. .
I general for II piles for a bridge across Iteambrla An Ideal Christmas Gift!
would defend the system they would be held.The magazine, describing accident A second major step wa the
and Rout 393
set up,'? Burnt laid. "The present companies also are seekIng I believed to have been the result Installation ot weather radar peers, has served as director Bay I
members of the Board of ,I a new classification systemto of turbulent forces largely associated throughout the air traffic con ol the Department ol St.pile John for River a bridge, south acres of Jack the
Control are obviously previously Increase the lumber ol Insurance with storms, "served a trol system, he add Statutory Revision and sonville.Th .
committed" to the trimester I categories from 13 to 360. good purpose la dramatizing the I.'j Bill Praftlng for the Legislature ITS protect la a seven- Prices Reduced ,
syiteni. Larson said h* opposed a portion I problem." sine 1949. mil
segment In Sumter County
DISCUSSED: BOARD of the new classification. It But, he laid, the article failedto W orltluide"Nervs : i Currently h* I il chairman that will complete the freeway
During Wednesday' conference would make rating factors for I Include some of the major of the Florida Bar Committee from WUdwood to Tampa. The On All
Burnt laid he and Bryant comprehensive >. insurance the :, actions that have been taken. to oa Continuous Law 193 protect I II the first In Palm ;
'' discussed th*.Board of Regents same I.'for liability coverage, cop with the problem and contained EventsJAKARTA I Reform and U a member Beach Couaty and extends from, Men's' & BoyY
la broad terms. h* said "a few inaccuracies that I ef the Board of Manager 49th Street to Okeec hohe* find ,
"We did not endeavor to narrow could I and Drafting Commute
: mislead the nontechnical Eleven four
-lanog prefects| -
the conference to a discussion reader." : Indonesia fAP) of the Council of State. '
three rural and urban
of any personalities with CRtCUL FROBLEMTurbuieac Indonesian officials say the Soviet Government. eight SPORTS COATS
News I top the list of primary work to
either the present members of Library In' severe weather Union 1* demanding cash o* : Fslrcloth has asked all be open for bid*.
delivery for .more arms -
the Board ot Control or of prospective any : member of the legal and
it one of the most crucial I MILE LINK
member of the Board including rock.Itbat It ships I secretarial start el the attorney At
By BLANCK-COONS: problems ol aviation and al to Indonesia. The rural construction "Include
ot Regents he said. On Wednesday afternoon M ', I ways oat been," Halaby laid. The official Soviet explanation : general's office to an eight-mil link of US.
Asked If time were running and Mrs. Frank remain oa the Job. H* old I i
Sparrow presented 301 ta Alachua County that will
I "There hat been It that Moscow needs I
out for the appointments to become a great Improvement reportedly that all of the staff hd
a the
travelogue at Da- complete the our-laalag of the
in the reduction of the to Itt Internal
money develop
effective Jan, 1, Burnt Land Public accepted except Jo
Ubrary rout between Ocala and fill la
the number of incident Local communist
said "It'i getting closer to Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Sparrow traveled economy. Jacobs whom Henderson Duval County; a seven mil DYKESMEN'S
Land: It's getting dose to Jaa. extensively ta panel cad ''W. believe with some confidence sources say the Russians are replaced. segment of U I. 441 betweenKlssunee I
.." that thi disappointed at the way some Jacob,
Jordan and took reduction is a top aide to outgoing
lovely and St Cloud
Burns takes office Jan. S. good lip and prove that countries which\ get Soviet aid Atty. Gee James
pictures of sites with
religious and
lour m11s
County: a segment and BOY'S SHOP .
Burns said he bad no plan and historical significance. meisure being taken are very line up with Peking' policy, loses, resigned eUtctlv on U.I 27 south 01 Lass ,
for of belptuL"W. Red Chin has indicated that Jan I to law
year-round use any university Among the scenes shown rater privet
facilities. "I'm no edu- the ancient wall of Damascus were don't believe we have a Indonesia supports Its demands practice In Tallahassee.. burr-The turban pntrta) Include I 115. Nprth Bcul,rard.: Phone 734-0466 C
that the Soviet Union be barred
complete' and final
th Inn ot the Good auwer/or'a '
I Samaritan from the Asian-African work In It Petersburg, Jack-
the Garden of Cethsemane, the perfect solution. .
; BUY Garden Tomb tie Church of the "I know of no problem oa in Algiers la March t
Nativity, and the Dead Sea. which more people are workIng. .

Other Egypt,scenes India and were Thailand.shown from Halaby." presented chart to Several NICOSIA.thousand Cyprus Creek AP Cyprlot) Fit Guaranteed Perfect .F :
(8 Mrs. Sparrow made the program show that, whoa Were were no high ta school Nicosia students demonstrated I I
mare Interesting by giving reported airline accidents or today la support
: additional I history and descrip Incidents due to turbulence from of President Makarlos. They
AT lions of the place visited. This 1951 through 1X3. there were demanded lelt-determfnatlna
was a very entertaining and rewarding two fatal accidents la 1MJ and and enoslt union with Greece.
FRIERSOH'SONTHMOUimtft hour. one la 1964 attributed to the \10I I I
There, will be 10 program lance of natural force. I TRONDHEQt. Norway (AP) DRESSYSHOESForBOYSand
during the holidays, On Jan. 9: FATAL ACCIDCJm I A year-old farmer fell off
at $ p.m.. Or. John Johns will The fatal accident involved a the TrondhelmOslo repress ,
2)0 RIML. .tine U 4-277) talk on Florida ,1 history. The Northwest Airline 730 Jet near Wednesday while It was going
public It I Invited. Miami in January 196], killing more than 89 mile U hour but
43: a Trim Canada Airline he wasn't hurt. I
DCS Jet near Montreal la Novemner Hans Wasmuthi accidentally GIRLS ;
1961. killing US. and a opened a wrong door and fill I
DONT' Northwest PCS near New Or. out The conductor misaed him,
leant last February killing 58. found the open door and alerted j
BATHE- In addition, there wen teci- the next ItlUI)!. An lupector :{
deal and "Incidents" som of found the old man walking Yes fit Is Leeds. We tuck this '
JLUXURIATB'v them resulting m 1n11l1'1H. u along the track toward tile I every,, guaranteed perfect at ,
follow: Hon. '

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August aa Casten DCI near GAl Dots IT BEST COINS. to fitting us experts.
smooth on dusting powder or.talcum in Houston and a Trans Canada OICEN rCEL Wen It Ff Ue 'I .

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|I'j Yule Events Are Planned By Kennedys

State Director f PALM BEACH ( term In Cro riiuj2Sl dren, Edward Jr. (Teddy ,
Beverage AJH Mem a and Kara. 4. *
ben of the late PresMeat Kennedy campaigning from a I
from a The younger Kennedy,
I a family made prepare bed, spend Christmas at vin
tlons today for theft annual Boston hospital a rented
Is celebration of Christmas at the Smiling, but looking pal. and I former)home near Ambassador that of hla pare p.
Appointed By Kennedy winter home here. walking with a list to one side Joseph P. Kennedy. and Milt
One of the highlights of the Kennedy stepped from a eotn
season was.the arrival Wednes mental air liner at Miami and Kennedy left the hospital
r day of Sea. Edward M. Kennedy walked 50 yards to the family Boston early Wednesday n3
JACKSONVILLE (AP) A MorrlJ wUl succeed Richard D.Mass., who has spent plane. Caroline, which flew him made a secret trip to theVsi.
state beverage director from I8.I l<,.ttn,. the last six: months in the hospital to Palm Beach of a friend who waa hilled In th.crash .
OeKlert win take ever ae with a broken back suffered Kennedy said the reason for that Injured the young
wlthia the liquor taduatry will chairman of the Council of UO Br d in a plane crash the canted walk was a brace aenator
become a reality whets Haydon from Raleigh W. Greene of St ryr The young senator, who won I. which he will have w wear tor He walked up am ley hill and
tI Burn become governor Jan. 5L. Petersburg at least six months said a silent prayer at the ,r'l,
I r 'Break' For Biceps I accompanied by sis of Edward S Moss, then
Burn announced Wednesday But Burna said ha hat asked r He was celled
t present members of the council pretty wife Joan, and greeted on Moss' widow. Katherine. M4
that Ren Morris, S3, of Jackaonvllle BALTIMORE: Md.. (AP) to Palm Beach by their chll- her three children.
continue their
CI to through terms
will bt tilt beverage dlrector Trying to trim a city budget Is
d orllc.-eom. extending "- tough, but dry Comptroller Hvn. --
C The tovernor.elect also named I much aa three yeara-and molt: man Pressman also hope to & Saturday Specials!
have Indicated they will do ao. Friday
feenjsmln H Orhlert Jr. 55:, ol "Thla la a post of major Importance make his budget trimmer trim
Orlando, president of Minute mer through exercise ,
I. through which the cooperation Old Faihlee Crme (CeeUts)
Maid Q>. and vice president of Preaamaa announced Wednes
Coca.Cola Co.. at chairman of of Florida leadingbunlneet day that the coffee break la bit SPRINGERLIES
Industrial, financial $ g25
: the Florida Council of 100. and extend department may soon give way .
community leaden
B18EVESS: BACKGROUND to the Weep break, a dally 10. O.llclees-Aiife'SUH 1
their combined to
t Morris baa been In the wholesale cooperation minute period emphasizing/ the
the efforts of the a office LB.
liquor business for more body In the body politic FRUITCAKES
4 than SO yeara He wee with Me. In creating a proper and attractive Pressman says he and hit office .
Ketaon and Robbins 22 yean and image fur the state, employs will begin their OPSN ALL DAY waONISDAV

I general manager of General I Burnt aaid new program with simple exerclaes + PASTRY SHOP
All of Florida la extremely THE
Wholesale Co 13 yean at first twisting bend
"While Mr. Morrla has obvt- fortunate la having the leadership lug and Isometrica
of broad Pushup gel North lilY" Phew 7S4-KM
one who hit such
early) covered aO bualneM relation may come later
with and financial interest experience and such national INSPECT FIRE DAMAGE TO CHURCH Three officials of the DeLand Fire
Image," he said ol Oehlert. shown e.reanwtnraes.ran.rwerr.. .. ..' .. .._...,.nnssi. ,.."'seROlltareeAAHRto. .. .. .;. .. latrAw.. 'IIr.o.-.....' ..
la the Industry, he will be able r Department are Inspecting damage- caused when a fire broke out in First 4A-A. .. ..'.. ..' .. .. ....A'N"''MAA-w. w'w'w. w-w-. .. .. .. ..""YWtfoiR.iWOOLWORTH'S
to carry with him Into Ida new Church of Christ Scientist, Tuesday afternoon. Left to right are Lt. Tom Orr, Capt.
I position. .a full and complete Drunk' On Phone I Gus Smith and Chief Charles Holman. (Sun .News Photo by Allen)
knowledge of aD the Intrlcacletof -

He the said Industry Morrl," will Burn.rigidly aald.en Brings Out Police i 'a|' 4 DELAN& (FIOKIOA) SUN NEWS THURSDAY, DEC 17, 'I"4 Moonlet

:force law against moonahlnlng Italy
and thus Increaat slats tax revenue DEERFIELD BEACHAP
*. ( ) Police spring Into action HEARINGS IN JACKSONVILLE
Wednesday night after they Sends Signals
were told a person with a
TO WHOM IT slurred, drunken.soundlag voice WASHINGTON (API San 't.Iltm'mj tllnJ@1oie. '
MAY CONCERN had answered the phone at the ,Program Will Double'Duval Marcos I, Italy's first satellite, ;
railroad station after It closed
moved through a pizza'shaped
I Till tittle Wilt Oivrch for the night orbit Wednesday after virtual ; >tnrxfcr;
lint arbttod ttiircfc Spiritual' Thieves have broken Into the ly perfect launching by a keenly .

1511 Center Hid fleride St. Three station squad several care tlmea roared the Property Value trained bland, Va.Italian. on Tuesday crew' at,Wallops I!: HOME

daffy 'If tlOIL The happy project leaders : GlfTl'
Wishes It to ke ...... that Hto They found nothing The telephone repotted that the %:)pound
MW aal always k>a hoes I sphere Is In an even better orbit
called la. -
Chartered br I.G..I company was JACKSONVILLE (AP)-A reassessment Attorneys for the plalntlfis than had been planned, so that aV'' .. '
The culprit was a tape- program in progress sought to show that i reassessment Its lifetime may be aa long aa
There .to ae eMlcmplattlhaat recorded answering device will double the value of Duval by in outside firm, la four months Instead of the one 7.
\ la the fatare. that had 'Jammed at a slow County real estate, Howard necessary to get fair values on month that had been the goal.

apeed. Kaufold, ,chief assistant. .to. the : all property Baron Franco Florio, liaison ; ,
_ _ D1n ih'
I officer here for the '
county Assessor t.a 1111 e a Assessor R4lph N. .Walter's Italian ;
Wednesday, office la doing the current re Space Council, said the satellite ;
Aa i witness In a taxpayers'suit see .mint. radio telemetry signals SreVery
The Duchess Maincoat'Gets seeking to force assessment Final arguments! In the cue clear-as" loud a* they cV4ut'Y
at fair market value, Kau are scheduled for Monday, could be
4 Its Dash fold unveiled figures In the revaluation Judge William L. Durden's Florio said some of these atmospheric .
4 program for the first decision could set a slate density measurements A
4I.I.I F/orn the Finest Man-Tailoring time. precedent And It will have a already along with have some been returns received 2197 :

I.t. He said the 196C tax roll, first heavy effect on Duval County'sschool torn other Instrument measuring
to reflect the reassessment, troubles since It may characteristics of the ionosphere
hold the key to supplying new ,
probably will list .
county property that are related to interference ,0
;, at between US and UT billion. money for education. with long.distance radio '
transmissions. Wheat pattern on white \ 'h! \

FIR MTLLIOXReal 14 New Plants Dr. Hugh S. Dryden deputy ground. Complete serv __ ," \1( .I.: 0
estate la valued at $7H administrator of the NaUollalAt'ronautlca for 4 Including platter V ;;tff- .
minim OB the current tax roll. Set For Florida and Space Administration ,u and vegetable dish. Astock. I
In both congratulated the Italians } ,;:
1e cases, the figure la total Abo open : '; > '
and noted that .. 4
value Including parts exempted Italy now ..
( tlj has Joined the Soviet Union and
million dollar plant heads the the. United Slates aa the third .t
''II'" former Assessor Frank K. .:U- .: (
Qaborn testified that the reassessment list of 14 new plants announced nation its have own launched people. a satellite ;I: :. Double or Tout aae .!1.!
f" .t t program would put for Florida during November,
some downtown property on the the State Road Department re :V:,' 'Electric Blankets
tax rolls,at values far above recent ported Wednesday r Wake ',
sale pricfI.I. The 115 million plant was for .
) said the George Washing a phosphate fertilizer complex iSj
ton Hotel, add at at.O O.OOO last In HUlaborottgli County near STEWART'SPHARMACY l POmftcHAfltDIYEXWhbper ; I 895
year, la valued at 12.688,500 on Plant City. It will be built by
the proposed new list.. Central Phosphate Inc for the I
manufacture phosphoric acids ;
r NMeNIr1'eehlhPNNesehreNt' lsONDI used In fertlliier products. R Set and forget safety: tbermeifit
Plans for a 800 employe, multlmilllondoUar Yew leU you control best Machine
quiet. Wear
plant at ,T.mpaw. It GIFT HEADQUAITIK i washable rayon-aad-oDtton. I*
*" For 'like a ihiuldef ba .
your .,. announced by Honeywell TotCsimttlci Adjustable bocuMts | tylon binding, Many colors
Florida Aeronautical Division It TelUtrlei, .
V wI favorite fyight The new plant would push Hon. :E Witches, Cenalts, j .
eywell's total state employment leys and Jewelry n ; r 'bhnt
II !
,on Christmas over the 1,000 mark.
Other new plant! annonunced I mi GIFT WRAPPING ;; Trtuu'utor .fc "
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Day for construction were: Light- I
I Plenty a! Free PsrkUj
Hart Cashloni; Camaguey I Tope Recorder
h. Sportswear Fort Walton Beach)
Manufacturing Co. Her Man I, FREE DELIVERY I [_*>KAAJTf

Jnc; Princes Lyasa Manufacturing I Phone 7348525EILIFOLBS .
&, Co.; and Anderson Electronics. I, : 1288
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fI 'Swltda fros.tant to ether CM / Gnat
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..lit cIaNfta| leak of this eca!,Inli the practicality J ; .. AhmCMcD

Bttfattttusta Catfcrt Cloth*if s made ofMtafftpeJknt -a I0lerap

s bend! ef 65%Dacron'poryMte-awJ I For Him..,** knew VW.AR. with ..

83*cotfcn that's completely w sh-and,vwar.eVul r vn'qve' pots co... Holds U cere's aced kally brm sb rtfil Ahasrt.,.orbaton 399

apedal ThIrd e.mere contructionthroughth bck 'photos oU l| .Instantly; en view. Wide coi... MerlMexttaralnprote : qltfags.e6 ef .leather CMC! colon. .'*aJVIe eleetile r
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Hit to Match . $3.95 I ; w sums Il t r ". T..eH( Pill Sets

Head Scarf ., $2.95 .:!t 21SS ?ft. 1 99teaLira

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t US S.- IOUIIVAIO," ? 'Larry'SrnyreJeweler: i 3.15 -- WOOLWORTH'SOPEN

and : CHi $ !
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S OIUND (nOIIDaj/ SUN Htm '....DAY.IK. t1, ttd4 .. .. ;
\ j Tri-State I CtobHoljk! : !! I Mrs. Smithdeal i I II'

'Meet 1 Hears Speaker Has Holiday Coffee

Members of tile TII'ltMe Tow1st

) ; Club held a meet g at the

I' (\ XIJ for Women r'gws Tourist clubhouse oa W. Howrylast For Altar Guild

\ night preceded by a dinner
V im-DRip Btnmsx", KOJM i and entertainment forty An original centerpiece wad

members were present and two used on the coffee table *t the

; new members Mr. and Mrs. party given yesterday "by Mr. r

WW-I Barrack Fii/i, Wett Volutlalloipital tack Mcdalrt, Royal. Mich. Thomas Smlthdeal In her VTrglnla > I

ark ,w were welcomed by the ckib. Haven Home, honoring I
Records The group 'Joined in carol singing members of the Attar Guild of
Auxiliary Holds and prior to the singing oj Trinity Methodist Church. .j
...Tht... IlssatsIe tollawlnf wen emrtt r...Mrs.v..*. the Sy LiA "s y r w ', Silent Night"\ a story of why The table was overlaid with a
'I red tablecloth and centered
Mi 0ban Sun N wt todaylFbih the hymn was written, was read

Christmas Party -Memorial- r r..a tJl __ i I club by Miss member.Resells Ramaley, .a ,: an polnsettlas arrangement flanked of with holly silver and

candleholders holding rtd lighted
Th Rev. A. J. Shulti I
Members of the World War Herbert W. Fischer, 224 W live tapers Arrangements of holiday I
One, Veterans Barracks 48* aid New York Ave., Unit! II; Mrs. an Interesting talk on the flowers were used In \ant-
Rudolph Mlakar .Route One + changes in Palestine and the
Auxiliary held their annual r age points throughout the party
Unit II. Holy Land. He also related some
Christmas party last night at the rooms. I
American Legion Post Home, DISMISSALSMrs. or his experiences during the During the party the Rev Alfred .
Rosalie Keith DeLeon) many years he served as a missionary
With more than 60 members at. Vaught, served' as Santa's'
tending Mrs. Arthur Pass, new Springs; Mrs. Mary Louise In Africa. helper and was assisted In distributing
ly Installed auxiliary president, Noble Orange City, Robert the gifts by little Jua
greeted the members. Snyder, DeLeon WV MemorialBRYANT Springs' Past Chiefs Hold nits Vaught and Master Donald
Brunl1ln .
Refreshments were served ,
from tables decorated with red Those attending were Mrs, AT-*
Mr. and Mrs. William Br.nt.Dt ,
berries and evergreens Interspersed Dinner thur Cross Mrs. touts Matoska,
>Land, are the parents of a Meeting
at Intervals with red daughter weighing nine pounds, Mrs. Mary Gordon, Mrs. Richard:
Brullnln,. Mrs. Ernest Line-
green and white candles.
four bora at 9.11
ounces, : pm.
Mrs. William Hantschke, aux Dec. It ( At SanfordDicey bough Mrs J. J. Mire. Mrs. F.
Wary musician accompanied ADMISSIONSMrs.: \ Party, W. Shields Mrs. David Nielsen.'
the group In singing Christmas Margarette McCary, 614 Mrs. Laurel Wadlelgh. Mrs. Jua- I
carols. A large aluminum Christ W. Pennsylvania Ave; Mrs. 'Lunchroom .WorkerstPresent Scene Smith was elected president alta Burnham Mrs. George
mas tree with revolving colored Mary Baney Orange City: Russell Nativity of the Jenny B, Past Chiefs fluegel, Mrs E. T Armstrong
lights formed the setting for the Rosier DeLand; William O. 3. Association, Pythian Sisters at Mrs. C R. Gilmore Mrs. D.,

party and carol singing Hewson, DeLeon Springs: LeonA Members of th. George Marks School lunchroom workers are pictured above as they presented the Nitlvlty seen recently st a a dinner meeting held at Spencer's McKenzte. and the Rev and Mrs.C. .
Guests present were Mils Edna Ceromanos, 3U N. Falrvlew Christmas program st the 8esbrs High School Daytona Bsach. The program was under the direction: of Mrs. Mildred Wsnts. Restaurant at Sanford last C. dlett.Wittajearf.
Talley. Mr. and Mrs Russell Ave.DISMISSALS. Pictured left to right front Perry Davis and Ben Holladar, shtpherds; Mary EUsaosth roan Mary: Sarah Murphy, Loss PsU\ night. Thirteen Past Chiefs, two I
Baker, Ashley 01.; Mrs Margaret litter and Xmestln Burst, Kings Standing beck row Catherine Hallsdsjr, Angst; Edna Davit, Joseph Sun News Photo by Hunter I honorary Past Chiefs' and three '
Reeves, Mrs, Mary Bouts Mrs Richard W. Forrest and ..r-; -.-- __ guests attended the dinner and
and Mrs. William Ostrsnder'l Infant daughter 330!i W. University the Christmas\ party that follow. *
niece, Sally Ave.; Randy Jackson, VCW Install their own projects and activities.Each ed.
Hostesses for the occasion Route one; Mrs. Curtiss R. Hub- Social Notes. Girl Scout,1clivitics Giii Scout has a voice In The tables were decorated with Hair Styling Salon
were Mrs. Charles Ellis, Mrs. bard and Infant son, Lake Helen. -J the UM of the bonus money candles, potnsettias and greentry. .
Alfred Tavls, Mr. ,and Mrs. Arthur New Officers through the Patrol s>,stem. The sa4

Pass. Mr and Mrs. Robert. Mr. Mr .Roy Barr and Comments cookie sale"wiU continue from ,I The meeting opened with prayer Deey"Cosmetic
McDonaldd Mrs. Ned Stone, Mr.and S January 11 through Feb. 1.Caaett and the reading of a poem,
Mrs. James JutwQer ,and_ I Studio
"Remember" by Mildred Crosby -

Mrs.Mrs.'Iutwiler/Mri.CB>r>ander. : E.. tf. -De-2 Entertain Friends, mein' ..wort- .Navlsq. seat.: Hear Reports! I Girl Scout Troop in the West Troop- 77J cam and guests. and members O1ea I Da,* A WhIvMlflf ?
: Int.rteinlsgt TO. Nnvlle..nther
Vore and Miss Louise Reute ......., It..... .re ..eabr.. ..ot Voluila Neighborhood ar* busywith through their "Challenge ot Social were welcomed by EllubMl1ea..I. III AsMtatniMtt. i,
eat t. aura NI' ad.-s. W.ft" The annual meeting the all kind of Christmas .. president. 114 .. MUM Ave, ..... mmsNOTICE1
mann distributed the gaily wrapped At Holiday DinnerMr. trams.Noe alt la sour '.venal United Church Women of(.West Dependability" with\ flying Officers' elected to serve with
gifts placed under the Christmas ......t.....Nlldnd.. dui Nea"q 155555'. Volusla was held recently III St. activities! A number of the colors last Saturday afternoon Mrs. Smith for the coming year ---
tree. Donations for a food Barnsbas Episcopal 'Church Troops are making tray favots were; Pesil Smlthdesl. v
and Mrs. Roy D. Barr, 831 I Ten ot the Cadett Scouts were
basket were brought by the N. Tuxedo Ave, entertainedwith Degrees will be awarded to parish house for the nursing homes and both hostesses to fX Scouts of the president( : Bertha Corbett, chap.t s ess
members and will be given to a a holiday dinner party last ITS students at the University Miss Alice Schaefer, president, ho pllal.. Pat tlcipathng troops lain Berths Klngiley! secretary
needy family.Children's. night at the Showboat Restau of Florida tomorrow. Candidates opened the meeting with prayer, In this major effort are: Junior West Volusla Neighborhood .treasurer
rant. from the local area include followed by Dr. Evelyn: Sharps Troop 821, M.... Chester Shirley These girls transformed the Boy Following the dinner an ex- W* will islhrsr tar |Ht pun
Concert Set Invited to be with the hosts'at Roland Fouler, who will receivea introducing Dr. Hugh Ash pastor and Mrs A, 1.. Nash leaders, Scout Hut Into 'Chrlstmss change of gifts was held bust far made aid rsl*>
IhW.'special.Vcsijon: were Mr. Master of Science degree; of First Presbyterian Church, I making tray favors for the Around th.World" with trove It was announced thai the next tles I* '11' l host area fHl
By University ,Women : iPtf; Mar McOrnilgsLMr George Rdward,Hit* Jr.. Bachelor who led the group in a devotional Whlsptring IMnes Nursing booths of foreign countries, nod meeting win be Jan. I, at the Osllvrlt will k* Md* M jtt
t:. and Tin iPtJS.L:Hoy \\'olllfo\ :a. Mr.: of Electrical 1'(glneerlng; based on the Chilitmas Story '' Home: Troop. 7W, Mrs. Thomas costume which native. to the country home of Mn. Smithdeal, V Ir- specify, or **rl, CsrUtmst ITS! I
AQen Hall at-ftetson University and Mrs Henry Huto add Mrs."Flora Eathlya Hazel Jante,% Bachelor with emphasis on the gifts of MX and M.a. Msrtln Chandler, they represented Each gifts Haven Court. WltUCOIST .
, is the setting for the Unlversity McNeil. of Arts, ail of DeLand, and Chrlstmss. Many gifts were. leaders, favors for the DeVol girl told of customs of the foreign Those present were Mrs. C... Slit tf CITRM I
Women Club annual AdrUa Gusset SulMir(. Bachelor given but the heart of ChristmasIs I Nursing Home; Troop M Mrs.Daryl country at Christmas time. sets, Mrs. Aloe Green, Mrs
Children's program and party. of Science In Pharmacy, the gift ot God-life eternal; Usnung and Mrs. fooig The fireplace held 'the English Crosby, Mrs Smithdeal! Mrs. ftUlT, MARMAUMS VM.
Tb Children's Concert Is Harmony Club MeetsAt Otang City, the light of the world and the I Collins, lesders. gifts for the Yule Log. On the mantel- was a Ruth Winfrey, Mrs Addle Cor.rlgal OILS and CONHCTI8N9 .
planned for 3:30 p.m. today and world darkness has never been Orange tMlkrl Nursing I Home;: II gold' tree blanketed with red> Mrs. Smith, Mrs Host Cvttsm Packed .In All fries
Orange City Stewart Rinwell, convention isndlei This booth hosted t
able to put out the light Mrs. Troop Richard Brun was
is for children through the Moyl, hors Cl; dl Stoma Mrs. lall"*" f
manager for Hilton. Hawaiian by Linda lawrence Each\ win
sixth grade. Alfred Vaught then led the sing and Mrs. Joe llusted, leaders Louisa Pay, Mrs. Fiy McCai I
The program Is being' Dorothy Webber was hostess Village. Honolulu, has arrived In group In singing a group of favors for Fish Memorial dow tied a lighted candle whichIs kill, and ".... Klngtley, past "Oifi rr Air ,
to members ot the Harmony DeLand for a visit with his parents a custom In Inland Two
Chrlattnss carols Hospital) Troop 76,1 Mrs. Dan
ed Stetson and
the UniversityOrchestra chiefs; Mis. Sally\ Crosby ALLINB'SGIFTS
"Christmas\ Concertfor dub at her Orange City home Mr. sad Mrs. Irving Russell Mill Schaefer called\ for the Davis, leader Peaceful Haven besulltul Finales were. hung In Jeanette Klngiley, honorary
yesterday, for the club's meetIng Lake Wlnnemlssett Nursing Home 773 Mrs the !treat of the room which the
: Troop .
annual of the
Children, directed byktter reports retiring past 'hI.f'l Pearl Dower, Apnp.ks.
Robert Haul During tht. and Christmas party. Following Jerry GIll son of Mr.. sad Mm.L officers.<< Mrs, Norman Helm John Day. leader, Duval Chll: guests broke. On was for the Nan Corbett, Lake H.Uaand & FRUIT
noon Santa will arrive with gifts the business session a B. GIII. & Mkraret Ave.. is gave the recording secretary' I Irea's, Home Troop. $1, Mrs Brownie Scouts end the other I Digs Patterson, DtUnd, ISM S...11..!..4.. O.L.MHlway
for the children and refresh short program, wu presentedwhich' expected to' arrive tonight by report: Mrs. Clarence Sautters, Dawson lave leader. UtlmerNursing for the Junior Scout. Ann Johnson I guests. of the orgsnlzttloa. "-" *. st Teyah Si
Included the ot was hostess tor this Mexl : ::1.
ments.wtn be served. reading plan front 'EasterI Kentucky treasurer report t Mrs. Vanght Horn; Troop-4th and
Mrs. Robert 'Ha..... is chair Christmas poems and carol sing;' Stat College, Richmond Ky., the finance committee 'report) I 5th Grade. of Bostoa Av. SchoolMrs. was can covered custom with The the punch American' table -re.wweaeteette d : .........._..,.... .... eernratarl..iy
IM Mrs. John J. Forbes read the Robert Hester. Mrs. Robert 1
man of arrangements and being1 In1 to spend th, holldaj with his
assisted by Mrs. Walter Bennett, buffet! of 1 00Id.y'tre was pai-ents. report of the corresponding Jerri and Mrs. Tom FafUlo, Christmas cloth. Punch and THIS (CHRISTMAS ,
Mrs. G. WOIard Freeman Mrs. prepared for the guests and an secretary. in the absence of Miss leaders, West Volusls Memorial cookies. were served by Kathy
Ralph Harper', Mn. William exciting ot gifts was msde. Lake Bojrer, son of afro sad Elsie Jamlesoa. It was reported Hospital. Then activities will Griffin
Hughes, Mrs. Earl Joiner, Mrs. Assisting 'as co-hottesses; were Airs La*. Meyer Mr. arrived that both UNICEF and serve as a service project which Other girls snd' their booths LET" HIM CHOOSE 'tl 1
Gilbert Lycan Mrs. Paul Park. Mrs. Hannah tassels, Mrs. horn this week to spend the Church World Service clothing U on* ol the requirements for were i Karen Spurgln, Qtrlatmaa
er. Mrs. Donald Pelham. Mrs. Christine Neuroth Mrs. May holidays with his parents from drives were. successful. Dr. badge work and is typlrsl, "' the In America: Stasis Heard
Hugh Seay Miss Ruth Smith and bell lUster and Mrs. Gertrude East Tennessee Slat College Sharp reported for the Worship many servlcti of West Voluila Prance: Robin Lewis, Holland FOR HIMSELF
Mrs. Paul Wrenn. Loveland. Johnson City, Tenn. committee and thanked all those Clrt Seoul. Linda Mcssersmith, Germanyj
Others attending were: Mrs. who had participated during theyear Karen: Psnton Norway) Jss I I'J
Mrs. George Lslgkty 132 N.
Boys Punished Lillian Ranch, Mrs. Mary Las y, Sherklaa Ave., la in Gaiaesvule, Mrs. A. Y. rower announced Cadett Girl Scouts of Troop Swede Welch Ireland sad Celeste Day
Mrs. Evelyn Woodward Mrs. that there are t> sub.scrlalrnu T74 recently completed a service
when she i
receiving trest- I
i3EAt oNjvx, CAP Two Alma-Dtef.rors Mrs. Catherine meats at the J. HtUis MiQer I to the Church Woman.Mrs. project for the Citrus Council Mlndy aifton played Christ'
young boys win soon be seal ;Whn;; .Ma:- M\ llta-::.Schmidt. Teaching Hospital./ It.... Eighty Vsndenburf gave a reporton of Oil I loouts. They counted mss carol and accompanied the. I .
around town. carrying signs Mrs. Helen ''XsreyCSR'C.Ion' will be la CalnesvlD for the the Chain Missions.. Miss sorted and made up the sales Girl Scout a* they sang rer.elgA ,: I "
a *41nI..1 ace. sorry J shot,out MlUtls, Mry. Marl Krtrdle, next six weekat the Casa Lorna Schaefer this gave bar annual kits with cola envelopes. than II. students from Stetsoa University \ a
Mrs Minnie Xruger and Mrs Lodge. TOO S. W. Wth St., report as president and thanked you. dickers and receipt book trine special pit Uhe .
Flu Colon. Gainesville Fla. all her officers' for their Urns and which the 400 Junior Cadntt aftereoosi.
work. and Senior Scot trope will ... Tbs guests were TalchlSuginota !
th* Christmas lights and I am U. M4 Mrs OrsM Marti llIIIIaJI...... Service when over 1,000 girl la the si*. Osaka Jspssi/ Demi- ,h '
.00.ldl1lllnOIIl) *," of his parents Mr. a4 Mrs chairman for United ChurchWomen their annusl cookie ssle, Jan. IS who 1 II president ot foreign Itg.dIoati -
It was either that or be locked I CJareno Marti. (LID Beres- was the ImtaUlnr of. Their .leader Mrs.. Ell Flail at Station and Kraatk ''L ) 'J:
.p In IIIe Botches County jail ford Terrace for the holidays. ficer. She used Roman. 12 a* paw, 1* ts* council.coordinator Taylor of CobimMa. These students \
over the holld)-s.Th They will return to their home the basis for the installation of ot tile Cookie Sal this year The were the highlight of the
drake was given the in Cheyenne, Wyo., .1... S.HAPPY" the new officers for 1964 63 la- )proceeds from this sal are. used party for th. Scouts who spoke : iJ: 't
boys not identified because of stalled were: Mis* tkha..fer. to provide for the Increasing of the privilege that DeLand !! .. ,
their ages, when they appeared BIRTHDAY TODAY president) Mrs. Morton McDos. dada for camping facilities tot .has> *t saving roem la our town.King's J11' :\ !ftt'
Tuesday before Judge Tbomss TO: Jim ""ItrMa. JMMIU. lAW. i aid.' first bite president; Dr.IharplP. the Ctrl Scouts of Volusla, Semt! Troop. 175 It IIn&or the h4d.mhipof 1 '" QVf'
SM sad Mrs. Addle D. BrUsck. second vice) president! sole, nagler.. Brevard. Oaceolsj M....JoII1Jer. ... ,
II Lynoh. They chose/ to solicit! donations .
over the next few week Mrs Edwin Nelson, recording sad Orange Counties This Yf'li ,; :
I ads to pay lor the Christina Ol'OTC FOB THE DAT secretary> ; Mrs. John Forbes 0 MW dining hall kitchen: and a f t1 I
t I, light they destroyed with >' Tb small countesles sweeten. corresponding secretary and his complet ''tent unit are being Beauty Shop cr' .
titles oa Beacon's mala street life; the greater ennoble ItBove torian; Mrs. clarence Sautters added to Camp. Deer Lake In 155th ... v o b''
treasurer; Mrs. Bernard C. the Ocala .... Each: troop edi/r1MiWgele
Meece public relations: ; Mrs. slse receives a bonus en each (
Woman (I..b''r' Vaufht. Basso cammnt! box ot cockles that U sold by tile moAii $5 ltbV
Mn. Victor Schaefer, UNICCT troop This bonus Is used by theindividual $,. WAVI I IA
Croup Sets Mttt chairman Mrs. Powers. CWI troop to carry out s> 4 Operative .
dotting drive end church woman
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The Womas's Club Art Group Mrs. Myrna Baker, CIar\Io\
SItE win meet tomorrow at t a m, ttsa world relations cmairma\ *) tint general meeting will be .....4 f1N
at tb* bom of Mrs.; Hugh Duo .'1"1. A. T TWU. Ckrtstia J... :30 at P;.1 urn. r
VaL 110 N. Oak St,Oraag CIty. social retatfoe rtaftrwaa: Mrs., en..e.rwwewweermmerwfor -
The Mat meeting win b* "... OarM* Moat CfcrtttM worJ4
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Singing Star -- -

M I i- : T4 nets came when he was forced Raked:By Storm.

Can Es Treated For to cancel a few remaining days
of an engagement at the Sands HONOLULU (AP HawaM'e
I' worst storm of the sessea
Hotel in Lu Vegas
ko l Lung-Tumor struck the islands of Oahu as4
Army ItY Y try { I The gravity of his .Illness became Mattel Wednesday and a dowi-

L it more apparent last.Thurs pour ol several lathes Nuked
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WASHINGTON (AP King) Cole ope of popular day when: It we.. announced ha Christinas shoppers! and tour.
would not be able to appear as ists.
music's stars ja
are Army greatest receiving
star of the first popular music I Some streets In Vittotid were
vists who>>, U they cobalt treatments for a
cape regular drills r tumor la one lung concert at Los Angeles' new flooded, power lines were died;
Music Center. Frank Sinatra on Oahti and streams bunt' their
the year under tie The news that the 43-year-aid
merge Reserve units >> singer is seriously 01 'was disclosed substituted. hanks on the -neighb'orin1Cadal
National Guard, It Wednesday by his physician Nat Cole's Inimitable singing Island.
today. *. They declined to>> say style has kept him a test seller Up to an Inch 'of rain each
These are men tIt whether the tumor la malignant. in the record business lor over hour was being measured oa
7a 20 He is also onset the both Islands, the U3.: WeatherBureau '
served from 4 to 10 / When Cole was admitted to St. years
active duty under a I John' Hospital la nearby Santa top earners in the music world, said and more was predicted .
cram and have a Monica Dec. > his Illness was often averaging! $400.000 a year. for today. '

serve training > t 1 termed a respiratory ailment.His .rrrrrrrrrrtrrrrrrwrr--................._.r. c,
to 8 years, minus the physicians Dr. Robert
spent on active duty.nTt'RE Kosltchek and Or. Elmer Rigby CHRISTMAS MEMO; !
\ said Cole would be able to (0lIomt. e
Such an out will not .tn about 10 days:, lust after
ble la the future to jl jlt Christmas.. May we stjjitt yes show es te Christmas wysvr
who sign up In this DATE CANCELED gifts Iran oar store mi. resins them (

enlisted program" as They added: "We have also Otcsmber 25.
native to being advised Mr. Cole that his '
years ol active professional engagements for

I The practice has the next few months must be I ;JrtlgJ"Jnc.llt :
them to enlist ta canceled to allow time for his SlIi/ .
serve or Guard unit t:' ''i ek full recuperation

I to 10 months ot .... .1 k'1.4 They said "the medical prognosis Phone 734-0577
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then return to civilian- ,., :. .Y .4. ',' 1.t' "' ., r ia optimistic" .
they have been. The first inkling/ of Cole's! in- ##..#.ItItltltItItltltItltltItltltIt..ItltltltltItItItItJtItltM lltlt... .

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training camp for .'. windows at The Gift Shop, 143 Boulevard
each year.

by The Secretary new program ol SET FOR JAN.- 4., '*"ivfl; '

$. McNamara last I
fives such enlisted. r InHistory COLONIAL CHAnM
waY' of avoiding
although some' of State 0ftjiiion \
liable for the yearly Message

summer tr nlDl. '
This Is because !

dill tional,have Guard decreed, being Scheduled 'President 'I, .The -.....*<.t4 Prep

a strength ot 530,000 By Today is Thursday, Dec IT,

addition of about ,, the 352nd dsyot 196.,Tiere| are
lets, shall be an ,af \ .' 14 'daYI.left ,Ia the .)'ear. I

force. WASH 4GT4p4:' -AP') '.-+ pres* It will be afl :'tYoung\ add;; ;'Today's. highlight la. history:
ent Johnson's decision"to daIver > SeIJark''r Miller, R.-Iowa On this datsin.. P03, the
They have said that ? .
his Stete-ot-the! -Union met quipped that 'coming' at such a Wright brothers"- plane made
does not want to ac
: televisionadfo late hour, I ,the first successful poweredflight
fat a Guard unit, be a prime night trust.his'message; E
transferred to,,* ( hour -on Jan. 4 Indicates! WIpDI.n tj'I-" .., ; pear Kitty Hawk. ..N.c.OrVW.7Wrllht' 'I 'a1y
pool. : te plans a' rousing srndoff for Sen. targsret'' Chase Smith, flew 110 feet in
'I, "Great 12 seconds. 4
This pool lioi' Society" program R-Matne, said the ol
than AS ,OOO officers The White House announced the hour is intriguing.7'In On this date r v ek
who still have rtle" Tuesday that the1 President will response to other questions, I In 1843, Charles Dickens' "A r'
Vans but do not drill address the 89th Congress at ( Reedy said he ,,d dn't think It I Christmas .Carol," wu pub
assigned to.units. In p.m. ,EST on the day it con would be wise to anticipate that lished. ItI

are names on a lilt?, Johnson tttlght Include In,, the In 1939, the German pocket ;
mobilization la an That would follow a precedentset State-of-the-Uelon piesage 'any battleship, Graf Spee wu scuttled I 4 ti lwrr
Asked tor a ; by Franklin D. Roosevelt figures on budget expenditures\ outside of Montevideo, Uruguay. .
tion iof, the way peaking at the same hour on for the next f1l1caJ'year, as ht .
Army Reserve J an. 3, 1936. The difference wig did last year. ;7 ttbJ
In 1M1, s
win be affected, be that. Johnson will be.talking No time has bert ut'for and Japanese forces invaded
Department:*,. to 'anew Congress whet s. FDR tog the budget tip .Congress North Borneo. I '
"Under the new' was addressing the second sea for forwarding to>> it the annual In,10t8, the. Wright brothers' '
win be offered ad. : situ ot a Congress,that had been economic: report. The 'ecqnomlej plane, was ,enshrined at'the t 2-PC. COLONIAL LIVING ROOMJ289"
wherever possible to., '' at work a year.UMSUAL. report has, a Jan 20 .deadline<; $mita tional Guard'unit. STEP but that also is Inauguration: being England 20 year
"It this Is not! mile House press secretary Day''and thus it may be sent to' ;" Ten ;years ago-NATO toeS! its I
they do not choose,, George Reedy said the unusual Congress caviler field, commanders to' be ,pre- p'4

Guard unit,, they tp was being t.ken.beclIUI.. 'pared for the 'use'. ot atomic t barely Colonial Maple set includes sofa
signed to the,it.eI *
) the President considers this Long, Lean-Lot, 1 weapons.
bilization not 1 only a report 10., Congressbut Five years ago-Indonesia's cushioned.r'
"Men la the pool a ,report to th4. American 'NEW "YOlui (APh Edward state ,,of war Was extended, in- in authentic prints. ,
to have an obligation : people" .. ,,' Horowltx.;;. 81, bought'',e 150-foot- 'definitely by ,president ..Sukarnolaan I 4 +- .
military training or I Republicans were quick to long lot In midtown Manhattanat attempt to'tend the. eon '
until their note that the President! had tar a city auction for $33. tt.uln.rebe; ar'Inat.1,1a. regime. '5-PC. MAPLE ,DINING, ROOM > Ao I
obligation has ,been : / ectsd a prime television view I "I just took 'a chance," he .
sag hour They suggested that ;laid after Tuesdays'purehaaws .One year agv -. President !r SpeclalPxice $229i .' .
,The :: : t: ohnsoa, was planning to try to ''It's 01a corner.. -Maybe I car' Johnson toM the t'a I ted.Nations -
rush' though' a legislative! } pro : sell it- to>> a neighbor and maybe that the United States Wanted
JU \ trailtScn'Bnt. 'I[ can put. a 'ttgii up on 'It." the cold, war ended "once and j Round .table,extends, features non-mar top;
I : : tlr\. B. 'Hldtenloriper I The lot U's'lx Inches wide. for aD." Rich finish..
of Iowa, chairman of the Senate 4 aide chairs. maple Hurryl

publican( Policy Committee, .dt11MU1 W..IdglwA1t11..,.ItIlMtIt..Jt.ltltltltltltltaJllt. C r: t J '
aid he, dlda't know of I
any $139:9f:
:lair' emergency that would requirethe 'DO ; SLE'AROSA 'RE-VERS-' Matching Base.With Hutch .
I : President to come'-to>> Congress IBLE 'Is the reversible parki,designed r ( ,

on his first day and force by competition skiers In sleek PuPon't'InRIH'
US Nerd St.. the holding of a night session
Phone 'JtST POLITICKING' AntfQn. ?;)pylon, fabrie _

Zen John G. Tower, RTex, I byTravis. Quilted In-

:* Dresses said be.thinks "It's Just politick.tog" e side and out for total
for the President to
;. al sight speak Insulation' ,stay-firmvrrl4tlets;pylori' no-

Spo 't suppose he wants to exploit snag zippers, hlde-away hood. '. .J
prime radio' and TV time and
"tlsmpeges make a big show of It,'', Tower
.t said M9"n .
'Wsrklai Girl : However 'Sen. Milton R. "

Robert A. Pinkerton U/ the 'Youn,, RN.Dsaid he dldnt .
think it bad Idea. 4 4I
fourth-generatlon member of his was a l .
"Ifi a bit unusual but.1 think/ 1 ;

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Battle Over Billboards DRANK '" ,1,000 Riot Li Buffalo

i 'IllS TOR Y' ,

I e q.t BUFFALO N.Y. AP) it was reported.: Airport efflejak
At Zoning Board Meet :BOSTON (AP TIle P1 d / More than 1000 rtwtatu ef tH sate however, it appeared that

alit ,anniversary of theBoston University of Buffalo, assembled the demonstration was spontaneous .
Tea Party was observed to greet a'"dignitary" from and got out of hand

Wednesday< with a a nonexistent principality, tan quickly

DEBARY Battle lines were den Club presented a petition tea party. wild Wednesday at the Buffalo As part of the hoax, one of the
,1 f rmed Monday night at the Dis to Jh* Zoning Board member The 1C person who fathered __ airport and caused damage estimated students. dressed la the fashion
M i, :
.< -er DeBarys newest "bill. board." The petition containedthe party sipped a brew __ were broken In the can Airlines plane in New York
fcoard signatures of residents of that contained at least a __ terminal feats were slashed City and flew here.
flavoring of tea said to be _
The sign which Is owned! by DcBary.ATTRACT from, the original Britishshipment I r rp __ power to an escalator was Police put the student! In a
*. Johns RIver Estates is loated PEOPLE: Some was mixed _: 2 __ turned off and travelers were patrol car and whisked him

r on Highway 1792, Just Louis Lyman. representing St. with other tea so that loitled. At least two persona away.
par x
were kocked to the floor
!nuth of Highbanks Road It Is Johns River Estates, said, the ticipants could th
,,*) illt on property owned by W sign has, and rill attract people historic flavor of savor the ceremony Police In suburban Cheektow. Physicist Dies
aga, site of the airport: and
'i Corbett passing through' DeBary for the
tint time looking for a place to state police were called to restore NEW YORK (AP) Dr.
Members of the Car.
DeBary Edward Row Snow of
order when the students
locate. W Gardiner 67, ,
the Boston Tea Party A* attempted to.walk onto the landIng ?
Each business in DeBary stet and retired director of research
uses a sign to represent It, and aodates said the tea saved tfJ ri, t field 'I at New Mexico State
BOULEVARD ties in with from the original party was v e+al. The demonstration climaxed a University died Tuesday of
I ours our advertising / a
found in the clothe of 13- hoax fostered by some students.
campaign he added. heart attack.
Mrs William Lakeman 28 San. year-old Henry PurUtt who On Tuesday, they notified news
participated in dumping papers, and radio and television
lord Ave, Garden dub beautifleatlon : -
Twilnnt It The Night Te the shipment Into the bar stations that the so.called dignl
chairman said, "what we
GsOutTaAMovklOpts bor as a protest against lacy for an Arabian Peninsula I
"t (the Garden Cub) object to pri British taxes principality would arrive at the Cooper'sShoe
Is the size/ of the ,
mull sign
1:31 -
45-Shew: : The boy's history minded 4 'n- airport in mldafternoon
which feel is bill
we really _
mother saved the'tea and Wednesday. Service
LAST NITf board. the 2H ounces that now Only a small number of students .

TREE PLANTING remain are kept In a hotHe were Involved In the hoax US last Bleb Are. .
"Our purpose In planting frees in a safe at the Need. UpTsDolsShoe
At I:JD and 16:40 on the hlghwiy la to beautify' over the next tour years, a
ham Historical Society : FANCItY; CtAD DOLLS FOR "TOTS" PROGRAM -. Mrs. "R C. Hampson, 422 spokesman said Repairing

"The Strlppsr" that DeBary purpose, and ,'this she added sign defeats N Orange
Joanna WoodwardAt Lyman, old 'WI are willing to win take the matter under ad. reconditioning used toys jar the Jiycee'i annual Toys for Tots program. Local housewives fled by the 60.000 longshoremen All Work Guaranteed
and Future Homemakers of DeLand High School affected Thomas J. Gleason
cooperate with the Carden Club vtsement and will then rendera dressed more than 130 dolls
5:9: la Color 1 have ordered bushes to be decision from a &legal standpoint for the Firemen.this year. All the clothes made by Mrs. Hampson are equipped with ILA president, said voting will Shoe Shine Pulor
planted to hide the legs of the naps or buttons for easy dressing'and undressing. Fireman James Clay accepts in begin as soon as machinery' can

'y" sign" After this decision has been behalf of the Fire Dept and. Jaycees (Sun News Photo by Allen) be set up. 1!

Natalie i Wood The Zoning Board voted to rendered the County will then 1PI

turn the matter over to the take action. NEW PROJECTS ANNOUNCED PI
County Attorney The 'attorney Two additional applications Dock StrikeIs
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tor signs have been presentedand

will be brought up at the

next board meeting. AvertedNEW VWGHIASedans '

CAMERAS ea"nn Private Industry Invited

A-i YORK (AP) Agreement -

e 'TelevisionPrograms on a precedent! .setting. Convertibles

Tooinln Poverty-War four.year contract has ended a

the threat of a weekend dock

y Quality Photo Finishing strike that would have tied up e Station Wagons o Hard Tops

in from MaIne to
shipping ports
One Day ServiceAt IDITO..OTl.. WASHINGTON AP) The Peace Corps Dubbed Vista, the Texas Complete Selection
*rram IMermdtIee'Is l warned head of the Johnson adrniniitratlon program calls for 99 volunteer
No Extra Cost b1 th* *Utln*ft.nd ll ualset us 'I war on poverty has welcomed !. to work on 28 programs among Negotiators for the Interns

.ans.. The ter. prsprlms News that,la net Is wH n.peewee the participation of private poverty.stricken Americans in tlonal Longshoremen Aisocia 59's thru 64's
Color Films Tool adhere II 'e .b.dul. II.". ,.1_. Industry! and invited more. migrant labor camps, chronically tlon and the New York Shipping\

Statl...eIrt5H Sargent Shriver, director of depressed areas and big city Association came to terms much do.
: 'TT, Cgannel P Dapteaa the Office of Economic Opportunity slums Wednesday after five months of $2004300 DOWN

DeLand Camera beach Orll n_ took the step Wednesday The announcement also listed disagreement and a walkout a good used (W .
Shop WDBO-TV Ch t, Orlinil
"I WlXtr-TV.: Ch:nit rin:l: I. Orl.ndotHUMIDAV : after the White House had released grants of more than $31: million halted by presidential interven "t $40-$60 MONTHlet
: the second major batchof : for community action project, tlon. 'i.tlf: ? -.. ,
CVINtNOI projects In the adult education and work trainIng The ILA conceded one bard
antipoverty Tout 100% MECHANICAL .
7J4-JSM M Wtlli Para
,142 North lavUviri "PII. 'I ill let Ui Show ,
fought point to reach a pact.,It J
(I) Hucklkrry auntie programs, and lull and part. GUARANTEE!
(9, B.* Hint warTRAESTSG" CENTER time job training for school students bowed to automation and
1 88 ct) Or..n. .dUn. m
I ID Ntwienp* Included! In the $82.6.million who have dropped out or agreed to cut. the size of its 30 Days -1,000 MllsiOnAIIUsidVW'il
m' !. T MM... itsndard 20 man work
aa. |t are about to gangs EB
.. package was a New'Jersey Job
Ct) '1., WMihtr
down to IT 194?.
Lao III Nw. TV..uit, l.nrt. Corps training center to be operated by. .
f Athens Lot Timel'Todsy"RIDE Its Pews by a subsidiary of Inter. If you are planning a long In return union negotiatorsgot '
(M Newe W" 'th.r, Sports motor trip over the Christmas an wage SAIES-PARTS-SERVICE
1.1< U) Hnntur-erinklry national Telephone ft Telegraph .
THE WILD SURF"WINNER HI N.... Co for a possible fee cf $340.000. holiday, the East Florida AAA package Including a guaranteed fACTORY AUTHORIZED DEALERELLiNQ1RMOTOR
ll) Bat M .t.ree. Division to have annual wage estimated at a
urges you your
yet I'n Rltl....... .. At a news'conference Shrlver
car thoroughly checked over minimum $3858 a year for the
III )Hintln fuhlni
(I) 01 I.nn R,*.. said, 'I hope that t large before you leave Ask your' average longshoreman CO.
Starts Tomorto'ft Lead' fwnltt .JI ....*. ",/,',* amount of participation by pr .
The which Includes
< package; "
.. tarag to glvt special,attention D
f ", "' "III h + AA Vat :
Industry will develop over A
(1ft rHnlntonPirrr\ .. to, your car's safety feature more fringe benefits, longer vacations .
LM. >1.."n the months ahead such as tires, steering mecha- and pension for 'wide Phone I2MI3S

OF 3 IROSa..rww e: tel: Mr Pnnil Klldw Rood.. wJr' f ',. TIle urban Job Corp training 6Uro?brskes..Jlghts. wta.dsb.leld own Is expected to coat the

: (.M' ill(1 ,Mr....Thr'. SUM center ar Camp 'Kilmer- )., wipers and turn signals. shipping Industry IMS minion .. =.. I

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It:.W. tit Fwnr. Can. I ...t.Ar .....fv.. Gary, Tex. will b@ operated ,by
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The Whit House
..... announcement
e (II ABC M.... also contained IS sites! In
idle: It, Wo",l lU 19 states for the smaller rural
ea1 ,10 (!) Tanlihl"
Ih MOM* Job training center They are in
1 IWI (J> K.wan addition to 41,sites announced In !
its: (It b Ill Wr late November"

ROW fN.t.t Cmtt, ""wnkly. TV tr.. TARGET DATE I''
'pmminp Iii;e, uuC M., ACIhnldt *Tin ,all, antipoverty I '
"m<|* l l, r.pulaldtwa I .i program
,.f put.Sun..y.awn ,.Ntwkl. officials said, about 130 ruralcenters I'i
to train 100 to 200 youths i
) r DtLadJbdlo la basic Job skills and rudimentary .

'WJB3 WOOD education are planned. I'm
i4M. They,hope to have about 10 urban
!HO. 1St" K.C. .
area centers, for 1000 or
: more youths In operation by
next June.
Better Safe Than- Alto disclosed Wednesday
STv :
were the first assignments forth I W ill @gBeautiful

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conferred) with unusual, speed ,
Wednesday when a woman told Nonet of SUIT .
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IN HANCBKY NO. in"i t>rr, le Now
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her on her way," said naturall ((.w York eerprelleq, Flftintltt l $18888

ration examiner Herbert Levy. W B. CONNILL.: HI ea' MART.AVNB Only
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GOP's BIg Three' Huddle Over '4 Little Internal Friction' In r +:Party


PHOENK. Ariz. AP) The takes made la the campaign Burch said there are "a lot of home after.their first postelec aJmnit 40 votes short of what It will\ be I made Jan. 4 along with dential nominee.! in
propped change rules to
Big Three of the 1964<< RembUcu and suggesting correc; ons. reasons" he want to continue tlon conference.The new ta. decisions on some otter mitten A statement' for give
rafting the speaker to
presidential campaign Goldwater Indicated he Intends I u party chairman."I matter of whether the .Spokesmen for a group seek- dlscumed Wednesday of the approval power dett'tT)1llowbClt )
mddled to present his findings to.:the was selected for the Job," Indianan should be replaced as .{|l a leadership change and t>riMSHEH ACTION drafted position ller bills approved "by"
overnight at the hlllt wu by a group of M standing committees but
pole National Committee meeting laChicago. he said, "and! as a matter of part of a mere to give the party Ranges in leadership practices Major unfinished action
moderate and liberal
of Sen. may Republicans blocked by the Rules Committee
Barry Goldwater i Justice and equity I think I a new image wasnt even Us said privately there was no one be
!; a move to have the Republl But Rep. Robert T. Stafford for 21
discussing "a little.internal trio "Our problem, as I see tt," I should be allowed to finish my cussed at Wednesday's confer' pjw In eight with strength cans endorse the statement of of Vermont, its sponsor, did. House vote.days could be put to s I
in the Goldwater wrote, "is to retain : work" ence. eprfugh to challenge {allt'cll. I
on party. { Republican
governors Interpreted not put it to a test when it be. An estimated 119 Republicansattended
that hard core and add to It by SIEFT: SLATED But they clung to a hope that by I
call for
National GOP Chairman DeanBurch WASl-miGTONAP many as a remov.f came obvious that action would the conference. including

enticing back Into the party ) Rep. tt could be brought up at the something might happen between of Dean Burrh as chairmanof be blocked by lack of a about 13 !
and New York quorum who defeated
Wil were
those Republicans who did not Charles A. Hallecks continuedrule next scheduled meeting on the now and January to the Rt'pllhllralNlttonal One resolution I
iam'E. Miller, Coldwater'i runHZ vote for the ticket who did not as head of Home Republicans morning of Jan 4, the day the change the outlook. Committee, Burch was the opposed the last month r I
mate la the November vote at all, or who voted for the seemed assured today as I new Congress convenes with the ,The decision on who will be handpicked choice of Sen Barry
lection, flew Into Phoenix' opposition." the party depleted ranks went House Republican: membership floor leader la the now Congress I Goldwater, defeated GOP presi feee9 OUANO (nOIIDA) SUN NEWS THURSDAY,DEC 17,I'M I

Vednesday and planned to : ;

eave each They remained the Goldwater well out home of I [i]C 11 '" 1 ?-( sae bShp ?abut:Esd l u9Sk.a/J rn mDL1k'a.(' hShp fu6ltd 1)tue S&tu' 1 -f'I.'rr' {: 1 rr 1; II

verlooking Phoenix. A guard atIhe ---- r

gate turned away newsmen. sIflHaxHbiit
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BlUCVS rtTCBE: : ..,*. e ITALIAN
It was Burch who said the ECKERDDrua '
nesting was to discuss the "in- 1 4. .. .'
kraal friction" issue and also
his future as party chairman. ft
Store SweatersIpMMhNlMMM
scusslons Its hard to he any kind of ? .<
1 going into
that" the Tucson, Ariz, attoriBey a
said 4 1 .y
He said he expects to remain >4 MM nn
I[chairman\ after a meeting of the SALE PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY v' -
Republican National Committee "MIRACLE SHARP L yM.

la would Chicago not estimate Jan. 2223 how, but many be Mere It Ail Ccksri1 Dreg Store CsnYsnlsiitlf locate Near Tee GHRISJMAOOYSfl I $12,9$ Vdee y

j votes of confidence he can count Your New ELECTRIC '
en He termed this "useless 7'
peculation." SLICING :, "RIDE'EM" _b"
flAnother! known topic of discussion

out was asking a letter some Goldwatersent .members e KNIFE '' 'SWIFT'SMtDCKSt [o JEEP or SPORTSTER I II I SUNBEAM Automatic !

oft the National Committee to 909 North Boulevard Deland h4f w4abts _
111JIflr\ views on mistakes .. i
made during the past presidential Ytvt lave T. Shea Tiur Etkiri Drvj Sternf r -war1e-........w...ipso.... .
It', .......' ......
campaign r; NN11 n el 1, .lead Lt.LMIe. .... I seYahlo /
ft TBIVATE' LETTER All PsewlarBrandt : tar. wrsMsa SHERBETFUUPIKT '"" .. .... / 6tIKIlToofti
Xthe letter, and CIGARETTES L.r LdN
confidential, sough off.the- 1111, n." 4al
record advice on how to bold the 2"
Itartl core" of voters who Ram end Molly 88cl CI .1r, s''
A..rte4 P\ntI'I\
backed Goldwater and yet bring\ FRUIT CAKE Flawed A' 1099
nor Into the GOP fold
BVThe Arizona senator is work. / wCANDY = n' 3 tee 49''. H.O.. ELECTRIC ARMY TRAIN SET eell.

biff on a paper analyzing mi..ij .- '" 1.h. b.Heaw 1.-... 19.15 V.Ire
-. CANES 29 ... w M..
g $fo W! K. .. > ... 11 eP ? 1388Ll
Nurse Group PipeiSmokers' E....aa ......
( .
T .w 1M

Cites Hike,InFree' FLASH BULBS= tP76c: ; I Gift 1 tlltl--e... 1a//d !

: MAN-POWER AI.. Special! $4.10 2' s ..tsYALU 9,
{ Cases fiOLD SPICE 99 Munsey Oven Toaster e I
SPRAY DEOO. ,7% r t11 t( ) i d YALUI !

: .... .. e'
IT ImMM M MM( ** H ass Edgeworth
An a In "free" ... dew "'- .... Ie .._
nursing- I
TOOTHPASTE GIANT 40" siDiwAix $sutra rh
fracas 1.fli 0.4* .Ira111"1d
care wM 1I led at there STRIPE 59 .....IM ....._ or.
cent' meeting'of directors ef the ILMll) SKATEBOARD
West Volusla Home Nursing ..- 7"

J sociation.tE.. T. .Lloyd treasurer said PERSONNA stalalMi Pellets ef atHI I >.... 149. AT $10.15GININAL HolidayPIPE L........ __ ....11 ,

that he: was still optimistic: however .... 7'e ILICTtIC' H-l ,TQBACCOM /.aL Mew1e. .I.r del...1ttI....M...'Mi.'.1d.ed r i e.41 W IrN, tarts, N k eM.1s..
the association would ... a1/ ache ..... M.... L. 2" .1"w1..d ante 11x11 Lh
'finish the year in' the black," "lerrle ;Itie ELECTRIC HEATER .Penne1Hyml lie tee ,.. !* .... i-:_
primarily because of the response EXCEDRIN 59'PERTUSSIN
to the calendar parties. I limit J) t_ ........ C.- * Olive j.T j.
yMiss Seymour director 5.5 5 ad.M
of nurses, announced that.during MEDICATED &....... :..115 I =tarwsas.4awW.1..., 2488 *.* -109 At $ =.-THIS men
November, the nurses made 77'VAPORIZER ....... SI.44e
179 visits,80.of which were made ;I :W J j.A
free ef abase.patlenti 13PIECEttmittH 6-ALARM fllf'fT-

by fees paid,contract and full 19 feest were with M-patd partly the! covered Cancer partial' gif Jie Gift Suggestions for Men CHRISTMAS: TKE:HEADQUARTERS .. '- -" St.taJI. ', r

Society. The visits represented 4 .h... _..... ... Not/
Set #1J1'
(2 injections and UT bedside tec ... .. .... H
t. e .UI-& -
tel tb.N,..SINN....te4. A_. 179 iso. "NI 4-s.'.. Mw'e 3" 1q 1. ecisii.N"s ? ,.-. ........... ..... ........ h
he -
E l\1.'UES CITED thanked the i': IS22I. *.tiara. twre w, r.o..a l.f ease e. l p111daIII ... e.. .'., J =..-.c-: he':;" is.w' ,
is Seymour I
'; -- 9" tie. M..
for their loyalty during I .,;7. '11." ,_ ,
the year a,token and of each recognition.nurse: received 1 GARCIA MITCHELL 300 5PIHNIHG KIT 14\ /IA e. ttr.M..e 6" W./..*.** >!)>/>'m flsMij- CM)*i sea 1..1 M d4iI COMPASS

I During the meeting held atltymaJ' spec -. 'W' ".i' .I..1: ,- ,. 7 ,_ ,AT.$1.9LT
11N .1
ReetaipntMrs. Ruth :\+:= N 1/ raw *e tr

Bnaudette submitted a slate"of =i=.'+toM '.; I I ...:::: ... 1'4"

officers to be:elected at the. .an- .1.W..._ LN T ., ,. o a'.'I ,_
seal meeting on'J d.*A : I*.1. e- '101., d.l.. .....
sf Dr D. V. Galloway, director\ 'I t 9 _- UKn *
e) the Volusia County Health department I r M4 low I Tww.r. M .. 4 'ii1'-: v.s-.,. 16"

was present at the :. :-..:wiw:.:: 1.raw., ...
meeting! and spoke briefly to the '" REVOLVING ELECTRIC COLOR,WHEEL + ''dr.1wu
beard and DUfit'l..AAllouacement $54.50 LIT Motor 3-c,tor whttl.' I
. was made that powtrtd, I II i it
Qhrlstmas l cards would be sent fiJ', with ttratelvi white .namtlfinliH i

tjt bedridden patients, and that 27" I '. ..add* tht final fuck t. I I

Mrs Myron. B. Baker was bospalized. Low my artificial tret-fully 'fl..oronft 3? RliOj ,. nl

The'meeting! was attended by v .d $$.ts Yalg... .flMI. 719.xxz c,
M directors.poclir. Limp Not lacloded) .
M I The d CONSOLETTB'I.e ftcwscore. KIT M7M

PlantIs CHRISTMAS TREE ORHAfffNTSae d//tee, .dta.Nlr: '
s.q./.4 eeM.dln.sw /
... a.w.d dr.d.aMw,rwNbS 77 Allalh nilp he,., f0 per?
_SM M .HNtMM Sw ate tlM/wpwe 7 thrll r wr del a steeple
: FeaturedIn + r tt ,r et tr e4 pd..t twist .1 jrwr fWaer- /

plete wltbpIo ell. eat, S San
t DELUXE t d tle, peel uP;reset is.4

MagazineI .....,. 114 .......... ,..... e.omut.eliw LADY CARLA HAIR DRYER 15* shedpesif seripleg

j TREE'STAND -. eeae $.ee.' leeks Sot 49eteN 4avre. ...... .... .......... h..e.N sera Ie/As/e/.
I IUl1'OWIded'by 'lakes.If IPNLII. ,......w Ie IitII.......el.y 4IN a1rrM 1" A IAI9AIN
ywt Uke bass fishing this la OM TAPE RECORDER b.. WM. twr te. SMMI ..Ikete eaegeMee ....... .. .... ....... .... ,,,.,, -gf
the spot. A man taD Wave the l.w..a w4. ----de.ww ae. f< .| .-. 8S' << data' AT Jltff7x50

plant and be fishing la.13 orilnuts. 'prnr .......................4,m NNCN......l.MI"wee. awl. ...... ..wdaawed5 nit Veto'
41.N -
I* -saps....... ... Aedee..rdi ..
fut weird SVIH* < ttttt 4 *M>
i uMity..... ......... _. .. vt n.nw.ee21 BINOCULARS
This was a comment by Harry .1. -i bet 114.11 GI T
... ..... WRAP SPEcIAlS
p .
a11hv111 eee
Goldmaif manage at Roehr ] wo' ...... tai. A d/ tUt e <& /
$179 /
Products Ine. pleat la DeLand, 99 .
at quoted by U. & Nand A'IAICAN 2988AT VALV.e- i>y W'..... i-.".

World Report maculAe la the $u'U HeAYIHlYUGifTTRKTOPKCOIUTiOH aS S '. ..,. 49
Dfe. 21 edlttoa.Coldmaa M ,.da e/1 v
> ', comments: were laclndcd P..4. -ad

la aa article dealing with 20 ft. Jndo -QVtdOO( II. k'a mMN Me_. ......... ..... !...... 4 M.<|. -r sl w,
reasons why Industry la moving .10 IX1IJISICII coolx I NM* .Ml*
AM Ne I . NewCL
to the Southland One major C .*. ..M..*... ... 8 8 w
reuoe. appareatiy, la ample II. I :A IAI9AIN ... .......- .
recreational Isdlttlea for em TrIMWtr.IL&IfO 1'9
AT $i.!$

ployee.KEWGKOW, ''IB # CURUNG *-i.:.-j: $29.95 2Mfl

The msfsiine reported] also ---.. ......... ...Itde I IW0081 OUTDOOR D $TMAS IKHTS RIBBON ==ii 58' YALUICJ.
that the "nw wave e(ladaMrtal ,.wawae+dw..r.heui .

tamed irowth"by la lower DUte wage was scalft being, aa .w=' .-...b.......-=t- 14" ,_ ...... -' < lal.r ...... spat, 8 TRIMMING :attW aiM w1c JdfQ! : f
abundance if worker, favorable .u..... .-. ,..sort 98 """" ...... 3f 25t 3
rUmate, abundant raw tnatprtala. e.1, ......... tot.- w ..... '- KIT =:5
plr" ry of cheap lam and ar/N* M c.W.. taw BINOCULARS
awn for future espaujoL&ebr'.11 .1o.TK1MSJTOR RAIDIO .Md.w..... eM. w.a..n..... ...aid.. ,_.-wt w..r.- 1141. 119 .II't..e.wd..n.l..,..,..., 'I" 3'9e..a OillllH. 9.4* f_ *>MAT ..........
'eat Vehtsla Cbaa- ..... -- b.. ..... N... .....
W, largest BuuralactnrlBC pUat.DM '! aldw, ... -_ eaarw 1I6..e ILOIlO A'S UiaiST HltCTtON -a cosec t..e W s.1r e
eompury la a drvtstoa ttBnoswlck +.. ..+.. .....- esbwds II e ...... .... ... 1*+.. m... .* 1- Of> CHRISTMAS CAIM IT ;: ,
c.,. and maintains d..a -- 11 .'. s Wf **. a1.t.e ..* 5u COMPASS J
other plant at Norfolk, ,,_. ;t' s ew 1e.11 JUT 77 ,a1N. 1.- M.II a..,, AMIRICAN GRKTWGS nt.ts 295 .
end Watarbury. Ceaa.I ,
I Iteeafa war aoaded bf Z.1CRnehr ,
C8l'P. C81P8:
cet.Q tOCPOY; COCP91f:
a PoUsJi IntmIcraat;aid mnia. 1

U IvpnMM.tae.warfct tte lari* .aypadftmie'M tt mesraUdawr',..Meedlw/el Food Wrap ,I EASY.OFF, ". AJAX LIQUID I !i PINE'OIL 1 PAPER NAPKINS:

t-sW wasar' 7.'A.m.I' AJ Ptarp?, ca.aar I ...... '-....-.... ,
1 It JaIl are ..... .. .... sanest 23t 47' .r 28,1' .s..r.26' 2 11"
Ii&e tordnmees part'. 1M Fiat. I 2 a: ','e' I .1' =::: I
F1aI1Ik'MAt1111tsees i mel.s '' D wa.ri.w..wMaa i a..w.gaaa. .. __ Mrs"; f 1 !.ea M. i ._eM Yfwl f
"a that ad. 'b4.Mig I LaJ---- .
era a Mr p. erusperaXpoi iir-I_ '
how bars E 9ra wed t'
t :
IC1kOCI 7ttwo
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I 1 Answer te Prevfmie Purls .late .10 ELAND. fflOBDA. ) SUN NEWS THURSDAY, DEC.U, 1964 : 20 YEARS AGO TODAY
I Down on the:Form ]J

ACXOM II EI,.. I.,.)

IRa7lithe a II:;:: 1wimol. Kansas War Vet
A TributeWe ..,
aim.t Iabee..l Florida JOUIIOOPJ

offer a commendation to those who Srnrmrtn Implement* :ahmInlae Recal

might be called the forgotten men in our society U ISBnUi Dnaft repeal 4klS4.title r l Slaughter In

These are the fellows who haven't heard of the 1:=( .. : ::r'H" ;

five day week let alone the proposd four-day fan t' Yak Ads g
)* W T F. l IS
Body vets ApptnatfamITAvam daeeb
schedule being discussed by some of our major UkwnB S Priority (Prey M vlrp Sees =Wear KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP That was tilt end
tlnMMoqhntr7. 3011r. sunhat .. .
AqllllJt *
union leaders. itSUtM inJ( Indolent SI Bon* beam ly OUHUJ WATUMAN It was Dec. 17. 1HC. and outside for O'Connell.
Not only that but this group of persons SIDreneM llAecenoryWASHINGTON SptrttMl 44 SlndBf voice the little town of :Malmedy hi Not until Jan 13. 1
=Carp.. r.. mud., Cpl John A. OConnell Americans recaptured ,
ieaal.retl05. h-r :: Belgium, ,
making up a substantial segment of the popula Mao ate Den Ldlete
It 1I..u.' stood In e snowy field with Mm did they find till evldeij
a IC tile Christmas
generally begins the best of
tion have no union to look out for their interest, dIne IIe SIL obsenisMd ubedi lower east coast. saOflshlng on 150 members of Battery B, 385th of the most Infamousof

nor do they have more than a smattering of goweminent re ubyeu e-autpmllaha pent2TOn..W The sail, greatly fought after by tourists doesn't get too much Field Artillery. unarmed. prisoners. ',

assistance in solving their problems.' attention from Florida residents most of whom tend to use their They had been overrun by Eighty six bodies of"
"... ,. t own boats which ordinarily aren't suited to Gulf Stream fishing.\ Hitler'. panzer divisions and soldiers were found rt I
These are the people to whom all communitiesturn -u. the Germans mad bullets in that ,
Ordinarily, catching a sailfish requires the services: of a twin. captured at snowy
when a civic problem needs a solution .. :ttonreeealnip-r=n.= screwed blue water boat and a skipper who knows Us way around their last big push to stay the mile from Malmedy.. .
there well kind of allied Invasion In the Battle of
needs boost. when out as u what a bottom he's trolling over.
when a charitable drive a ;. or LCOAL NOTICIe
14 There are exceptions and quit a few sails are taken by expert the Bulge.
money or muscles are needed Jo accomplishsome }, try a q M outboarders, sometimes In really small boats "W. figured the red of the BOARD or Puss

worthwhile community activity.Not tl still If you want to catch one but don't want to make a career world war would be a concentration INSTRUCTIONSVOLUSIA

these heroes called to a Doddsi 1nf.I1UIUn dMa of It, I'd heartily recommend a good- charter boat along the coast camp for. us," r.Aocl O. COUNTY, FL
only are unsung ..eItMr somewhere In tile Vero Beach Connefl,. now a middle-aged December 14. 1K4J
donate their time and efforts toward improvement Ie___ Palm Beach The Board of public In
money Fort Pierce area manager for a baking company. Volu la County Florida.'.
of the community, they also pay a 4T Wpot 1e1,) -or try one based down toward t Er I ) "1 remember talking about it written and ...14 bids ,
CORD PLATER, 1. .nllll' i iRequMt
4hameaYk Key West after finding what with ,my buddy Dave O'Grady. No. IB-410. lot
substantial portion of the tax bills. Every layerof lid.. time of year Is best there. CAR MOVED muted bjr in:10 A.lf J.
considers their checkbook fair c.n..le IIIeeI AD. IMS, at th. Count:
government Suddenly a German
ale bU IC Administration BulMinr I
and levies taxes accordingly. Incurable Sadflshtng Is expensive but car moved 'along the road beside atone strip D.L.nJ: i
game =.t--.ttal. r1inweeeb. FFrrJ
putting a charter up among them with the tank from Bpeelffeatlon my be
from th. office of the O
that these citizensgo NMe .
optimists they are, forgotten ifs) four fishermen about the right the fat Panzer S3 Regiment. prlnt.nd.nC IXLond T\

on looking toward a better future and working N h.NIsleinp number) take a lot of the sting "A man In the command car .urned'County JOHN aupeANOTICI tt. SI*

to make it come true. tile S out of It. Of course there are a stood up and took careful: aim *
lot of Florldlans wh.wouldn'tthink
and fired Into us, O'Connell TO CRBOITClW
These are America's small businessmen. Retailers rh.An..W of paying t charter skipper -' laid 'That was the signal! Igueas TMB COUNTY
the these the hard simply became h* live in i COURT IN AND FOR '
for most part, men are for the machlnegun lathe COUNT. FLORIDA.BATB. .
of the nation's Without their MERRY4O-ROUND Florida too. They'd rather go tanks to fir*. I took one lathe .
core economy. some place: else It they're goingto IN KG! K8TATB OF

willingness to risk their savings to go into business pay to fish. That's human ..I.If .Someone shoulder fell acrow and went my legs.down.I THOMAS F. MeHANVS

millions of would be thrown out of nature. f Ti aU .411ore and Whavlne
persons fell face down my hand oa clah. orasalnet
work. services would be seriously Record For Fish Sallflshtng Is only medium Dava'i back. He had been hit lathe Ml4
I Catching heavy fishing. A Florida sail chest. Then the German Infantrymen You, and sacS of "0'"" .or.notln.d .

curtailed civic improvements would languishfor Isn't going to keep you huffing began to fIre Into us. any claim and and required demand to I

\ lack of driving force and weeds would and putting all day tackle.unless you "I couldn't believe It. I kept roe talnet or either th* ..of nat you.of maf Tfl
use ultralight They sting myself Why Why?' F. MclfANUB, deroaeed.
grow on our main streets, Set Powell aren't very heavy although their Then I Dave 'was a Voluala' _Coo My, Flnrl""..'
first Reported By them prayed Hon. Jets S, Bylnaton. .
The small businessman' ii- the person great length gives an
Catholic like W and I tried to' Jude of Velvet County at I Iflow
hit for the donations to thU or tHafcause and Illusion of size but h In the County CourtnxDaLand.
up 01'1' Most salts are caught on bait get him to''pray Just"gasped.1' Vpluala County 1

the last man to receive thank jrotf ior his con: fir 'X: trolled on tile surface so that it within th. flrat des month pnbllrathm from hi thof

tribution in making his town a'good place to live By DREW PEARSON" Sea. Dick Russel, DGi., over wriggles and skip TAX* FIREPassing claim and .demand. not pr.within
WASHINGTON Rep. Mam0a't0I whether a peanut laboratory take added thalr.flr'e''lust the tlm* and In the!
When h* strikes It II customary ner preeerlbed herein ih
-Wisconsin Poynette PressI lire a bunch of kids: with'
Powell the Harlem should be la, Mississippi or barred a* provided by lawDated ,
to let him have the bait
I + glob trotter bas set a record Georgia. air rifles" December 1 ty"'B.JI. .
"dropped back" for a / / JAMES
Then the Germans Into
not only for teeing the world Rep John Bell Williams.who period before letting the hook. came /.* Executor of the Land .
Hess Honks On but also for catching flab\ deserted the Democratic ticket They used to say tile sail struckat and ,shot the helpless captives' Teatament of The

Highway Powell recently turned up In and campaigned for the bait with his bill before on the ground. M..A Rt. ft u"MAdTfl'dTT .

Hawaii ,accompanied by his No. 2 man oa the Interstate taking it and that was the reason O'ConneU's Another bullet hand palled Grady: through died. fJ W JOHN Rlrh AT B.MATTING
j shapely secretary, Miss Corrine and Commerce Com DeLand Florida
Foreign : for the drop back. ,1 don't
A group known as the Affiliated Ypung Huff former winner of the mltte which Influences the raO- know Just what the fish .U doing Late that. afternoon the light Attorney for tha XaUte D-l-

1 Democrats conducts annual tests to determinethe "Miss Ohio" beauty contest roads TV,. radio telephony and on that first pas but the dropback THESAILFISn' soldier began .to walked fad up.,and and a .German shot 0'. FINAL BBTTLBMfcNT NCI]

decibel count on ear ,torn.Wowing in New Both attracted considerable' pub' telegraph oil and gas pip lines works most of the time. -.i. souriat attractionOrange Connett .In the bead.,The bullet IN COUNTY JUDDE'.lYOLUBIA :
licity. and electric rate*. "; ?, On, some occasion the .fish COONTXvrLODRBt
York } went tllroup the aide of.\fit fadeud.lodged4m K8TATK or .
City. JSKf !
? > "scoops the bait and
After that Adam Elaappearedfrom : up heepc.onS 1
.Rep., Tom Abernathy 4s. :..: He- CLARA B' LARSO' Dee'sDIUTICIC
They have found that automobile' driven{ view When ""newsmen, potent member of? tile Agr>. -::going, and there'a no reason- to QtyPersonab spat it cut, hiVploOdh., I* hereby arwnendedrnod' I

today have less patience than ever before and covering Capitol Hill tried to culture Committee and, along wait oa him then. As darkness came near r.a Bank of Jaoluonrlll u Is

j that they blow the horn at the slightest provoca local him recently they could with William Is a member bf whisper ran through the piles of cf the Eitat. ha of en Clan the IthDeoember B.Deeeaafd. .
find HMther the I don't know if the sailfish
Congressmannor the District of Columbia Com dtldlllld wounded soldier! .. A.D. 1M4. pr..ntc
tion. his public relations expert mittee. This puts two Mlsslpslp- population is going up or downor "Who's alive, who's sliver Final Ant M each Letee.ther _

Even the staunchest Republican has to agree Chuck Stone, former Washington plans In the position of, making holding its own Many of the FEW ANSWERS"Me County Judf boM /t'uta tt Si l
editor of the Afro-American. fish Ire now being released by Mrs. dare Marshall Sr. will Florida and has petitioned
for the nation's '
policy capital; "
with the young Democrats on this put did it ,take charter skippers and the captains roe, cam a few an- be diocharsed u puck to::
, Finally Jack Anderson located which U one reason th* schoolsof leave by plan tomorrow to swers. after thirty day from thil
to discover it? will argue over what per. day ef Derember. AD U'
a survey the Congressman la Acapulco Washington per cent centage of them survive. spend the holidays with heron A group of wounded lumped Th. Barmtl Nationalof
Anyone who has ever ventured on a public tilt Mexican resort on the Negro-hav* suffered from lack and daughter, Mr. up and ran for a patter of trees. .J U' raIlr. '
Is tired
A sailfish that
enough br / / MAx
highway, inside or outside New York City or1 any Padfla Coast famous for its of funds J for' landing frequently "coughs and Mrs Martin Rice of Chambersburg About 15 made It safely through Tract
excellent'fishing! .lot,, of ,well* If Congressman Ryan of New German, fire ., ,. I:*
1 j other community aware.laUhjshorlesl: Interval -fI up" his stomach not as gruesome Pa. and bet son, C.Raymond BtCRAKO w. ,
,known people hav ..lllbl4Jhere.I York: and the other northern AbpH'.WK* inure awav ,they Attorney. toe' Betal
a procedure as Jt ..spvndsand .
I of time known to tefejtc* is the iolfnttesUmal I Congressman from Har.lent Democrats who want to block .- you can'! see part of It Marshall of f.lack Haven clI'Ie.llear)! : and O'ConneH' D-tea l +
fraction of a second:which .elapwe between.: setarecord byrfnacgutgU the vesting of the Mississippi emerging from the corner of blf volunteered to go in and see U it NOTICB HAM UNO'LAW I'tCTlT

the first faint hint thaV'the .traffic light may saUcM; a.*j ,tight: m rto." Congressmen get their way,'a mouth. the of the auxiliary of was occupied by Germans or NOT1CB IB HEREBY n
MBWoWTI CHALLENGB long list of people ranging from Once that happens, some fishermen Orange Qty Nursing Horn Americans."X that the cndenlvned deilrtil ,
turn green and th,' blast, .of.the horn,by the genial John McCormack gaunt, grey officials of the Agriculture Department say, the fish is going to bend! a bake sale lut Saturdayand figured I should have died .tloue..}*.name. IB builnee of TOM* under B DRUG the SIt !

gentleman it the wheel of the car behind. Speaker of tile to the residents of die and there's nothing you can realized the bum of $40. In that field. I was going to ret SIB Hlfhway 11-" aoulh

alas to be Rousiresentatlvee of Rep- Washington to most of the do about it. Others say It Is a Mrs Alfred H. Schwenker it over with one way or soother Bary .FlorIda Intend to rea
This quaint tribal'cuatom seems the Bald name with the Cl.
la. school teachers of the nation, natural stunt when Mr. Sail entertained at dinner last Friday So I went In the Circuit Court *f Vvlualtty C
the American way of life out on the highway, a kindly man would be delighted. finds he's Imbibed something he in honor of the birthday of her "Americans were la the town.A I'\ rIdL .
It doesn't care for end that he'll husband Their guests were Mr. colonel who, listened wouldn't l:8.'lC.t.t!" *
rude and unfriendly aa may be. who feels the They wish Speaker John Mo By CLAJCLART
and Mrs. Harry P. Colon and believe .
until buddies
if released. my story '"
recover my
It would be interesting jto Just\ what uttering of hla Cormack would feel as klad'v Mr. MATTIvdlV1' ',
see fellow ;The ocean being as big as It and Mrs Erling Johnson of ,, earn and .(old the ,tame Byi /., JOHN: B MATTINOL1t
would happen if cart didn't :have .horn. ,W. *. This IB'why m s he tu toward. them as he does toward* .;.Is, it's pretty';bard to learn the Orange City and Mr. and Mrs. thing.; Atter.eye for p.ualonll'
ex convict.Claud Taylor :Agar JSoflt of DeBary. W. R+ch Ar.,
might be surprised at how ttvr:accidents sctuellyp 'a Job to results! of releasing :fang; lbAd.
rave .
LAMCDtCK EXPENSES!: : JoIn. lJaalllh. Lohafer of Hoi- School Presents *. ,!|
are averted by all this! blasting and blaring We Claude A. Taylor M. G. "Gene" Snyder
Rep. Iowa
It appear that we are havinga stein arrived last week to NOTICa OF SN.CIPP'eA1..
might find that horns are blown more often in who served. the Ism*.duck Republican from very successful deer season. spend the winter with her Yuletide Program Dl THB 1M ALL CLAI1 I
I padding .
, I than In' Louisville Ky. is losing no True to the promises of Cam brother law and sister Mr. COUNTY.: FLORTPA
anger warning., the government PI.uuON time trying to win back till Commission biologists! It seems and Mrs. Frank Schmlt of Orange LAKE HELEN 'There BURNETT: P 4ANCI COMPA
One thing is sure.'.Without horns, our motor payroll Congressional Nit h* lost In the there art more deer than ever. City Terrace. 7WeONVIPI
standing room only at the
manners would be. quieter, even If no better. while previously! superintendent \ November election. H*, baa already Florida terrain being what it A covered dish supper was enJoyed Helen school Tuesday evening ;:; MeCOr TWendMitNOTICB __
of tN House IB HEREBT: OrV
For a start might limiting ourselvesto folding .begun hla, .campaign for Is. it is doubtful) U bunting pressures by residents of the Candle when the whole school participated THAT I. RODNEY B. TKURSBl
we try room which malls out literature re-election two years hence, by will have too much effect Light Trailer Court last Satur in till PTA Christmas .. Sheriff ef Voroela. C e u n
a honk an hour.between letters and propaganda for sending out political propaganda oa the population\ for next year. day evening in the Recreation program. Florida., by heretofore vtrtu ef laud a Writ out of x J Jevtlon.

In honks we could, of course, tick Congressmen. at the taxpayers' expens Building There were 30 present. Miss Pat Kelley presented a th.. BmaH. Claim. Court; I In and f..
Taylor has four children, and Vohwla County Florida, is tN
our head out the window and yelhDEAHABBT Snyder recently franked, out a Saturday there will croup in dancingand rhythm. lath day of November. A.IX 11*J Jlevied
-Congressman from Bostondidn't "newsletter" criticizing th* in- CassadagaPersonals b*. another supper and Mr,. Mrs.: Paul Langston' tfu raaponslbii' upon the foDowlne:: \ peno"!
want to see the children Michael property a* .... ,property of tebeve
In spending! :and Polesno will preparesphagettiTmeaf for special 'munleal .. ..
crwe; .federal .RN4 ."' .. ,& said proeon
go empln nwnt. ,tB.r .federal food balls and salad elections. Mia Betty Pennln,. beiwje. foll we: '
: McCormack also bus built:In stamp program to 'feed impoverished for the meat Mr. and Mrs. Po- ton' class give recitations. Mia 1f1 CHBVROtKT coop
i s compassion! for fellow membersof people la depressed tesso are the owners of the Beaux Crtbbl_'.. class sang and ii> 1f o. BUAottm. TZLI.O
''Th. dub till sane given Court Mr*. Ruth tether's class. AND WRISTS

area, and the sale of surplus Continued on P... Ten)
to the elite powerhouse which Mr. and Mrs Vernon J. Burns Christmas _.
there a pageant. Thai m th* 4ih dar of J nu
dominate wheat to Yugoslavia. bets of the Engel family of Schenectady. N.Y., INI. ..*,.... th. ant hMrafa
Congma. For that were the Everyone Joined in singing .
TIle Kentuckian eomterbalanced for a pr-Chriitmas get together. )*. ...*.,. Jl:u* cloak In 'h
Good Advice reason John lint happy about his partisan report Harriet Rogers was visiting weekend guests of Mrs. Burns'brother Christmas carols and Mr. James fonnoan and ':811 e'elockl Oh
and furnoon, ef aa4! U|
the move to ebaDeng the seat- Mr. Q ment'l class give a skit day >
other the before
with a mild rebuke to ave recently on grounds North'
door of
the CourthmiM If
and Mrs.
big of lour Mississippi Democrats visit Harry P. Coton of "How Mrs. Santa CaUl. Saved Volurta '
lameduck .colleagues who recently going oa farther south to Ountr. DLai. J'1nrI<
The Face becauM their state violated win b back Lantern Lane, Sunday evening Christmas." antlepni4 same of thl* .al.*
On went ea foreign Junketsat relative! Harriet *
II:** A.M.O I ffr
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur wul far
the Constitutional right ol all government expense. soon. Krujer; of To cap the event Jolly round Mil u the klfhnt "Wdd.rj
men to vote. It I excluded most "It's pretty bard to Justify ,Eleanor\ Mrs. Russell) KQcoUins Lantern Lane entertained Mr. Santa cannon the scene to the fftP aah t* hand th. sieve d.J
end Mrs. Colon Mr. and Mrs. tune, ""Her Comes Santa." The salted (*nonal aroiMrty as Uproprtjp >
of the .
Negro population.So Blanch Wail-
such .a trip concluded Snyder, U helping of said dVfmdant, 14Mtlafy
IAN iui rt far."aB of "'1'11' dub" endmost "whea they aren't going to be arils at the poet office during Bums and William Mahoney for children Went to' their schoolrooms MM n.e.<....,. 1rer'
supper and cards Mr. and Mrs. and th* 'pre-school Hul- Is. TMURIT.O0 .
Democratic members 1'Jft" f
of around to the the Christmas rush OI
act oa knowledge Burns attended bridge Gust/
a buUdel'lcollyutloa tins assembled la the
tell the the truth about fac CMgreu agree with the Speak the 11tt'ar11or | <
EAJAHY'I Pleas they acquire ea trip"But uT.wi..r.ucicLB.
la .
Atlanta.. Ga
before treats by .Suits a* he
than. congressmen ;
many ,
lifting. I am 49 and at on* time I was considered a er. However a.small group of what h* didn't ten the more *
amend a JunteUa coming to Orange Qty made the\ rounds of the school. Dot' :
northern Democrats led spend on
beauI)'. I lUll have a slim flgur beautiful eyes by Rep. 'voters back bom* was that his
lovely hair but my fan: bas "gone to pot." I have William Fltta Ryan of 'Maahattaa. "newsletter" cost the taxpayers

wrinkles and 09 'Jaws droop. Fva seen movie stars who has been arguing that the more than (3 000 la postage and nr.t ails1W'GI .r, ,run O-HIUL

ar older thai t and they dent have a wrinkle aa their barring of the four Mississippi- folding xpene alone, which Is
faces. Something Is wrong somewhere. How long doe ana would be a great blessing to 5A7tE, WW.THA.1S NEWT
a fan lifting Job jut rve heard it bas to be daM ever Speaker McCormack.! to the kJA15 MAKING does voioetzsr

very' four or Bv yean. I wouWnt mind the paia or tile :President and to the Demo- BAIBONE'S MEDITATIONS D .cwl, Loom

expense. It would be worth every bit of It U I Could loot attic leadership. b1Rwq MWd'AIt1RSELF IN SIR.L loo?
Ilk. I did tea Jean ago. B* honest with me Abby. Dent At first thla little group didn't

tell RM to grow old gracefully. You know. .how vain 'make many converts.: But sine: 7. J t

women ar*. 'th*rein** of the n Mississippiiu TAKtht' .t0' C'lAll 'T' .b lAti'S'N
NAME; PIXASKE involved. the' Philadelphia .., .AY.w.A., r ;t r
'I'M.o .0-
nstb* sheet. flftlD t* 1.AK.: on""fO r r
DUB NO JAJlEI j* civil: 'right! murder" tile coaMBBBStrn f
lace MfUmg as that are repaUMa. ptaaei* Msrgea* MgmaraalM Wt1a .... hear growing:- ; )tltOCNst.'to. \\a Z II 0vlat t
1M PATIENT taat b* (*r ...) will b* aallefM BOU. CALL

with HM reantta, wake. nag U t k* way frm klrtlyswcdMfni ''Her* are the four Mississippi you Kp 40>MS, yMUT ,1rAlHT i

I* r1VHDte..._r.weJl-... -....* YMcaat ,Democrats .Involved' and arjirnsnta AIL l_ Wt HIT rl ,,.f 'leslt
aOwaya believe. yea qra. play ...*.a which bay beea mad ,

eWer taaajfws sad "stoat bars a wrsakJ. tea .shaakaaBM XtgardlBt\ then: Alii)* TUM OUtt M
sad expert makenrj yes
Rp. Wifflant Cohrter Is a Ma' ,.. !t xvi PLL'ftITONpwO. ly UXNABAtBKIUsEditorials
ar.* INareeled la Blasito aargwy. g* to a apeeMW ks tar member' ef ta e HOOH Ralea tua P h SPtPt ,, I >

geld aa4 a* will amta* yes wilts afl the winner Committee, baa voted agtiast MILD tieCltM

Kennedy and Johasoji oa almost .. lAWALKt
DEAR ABBt& There U a women wh rides to work very .iaao tatettwr .I r17e7rJe4tltS tsr.

I with me every moraing. She doe pitch ta te help pay vita the lapebilcw and that et4- ,
tat the gas. but X want to know U this tires her the right el Jim Dalaaey. N.T the Mead ? A : : 1 rr l+v, AA k

to change th* lUll BUtfca I am Bitealag tot Lad how c4 Canflaal MBmaa. baa tMP A, 0ek IWO
about if ah* wuta th* window epa .or closed Doatyou aid te educattoB lilt four rt r A/BN tatcrr tvelAtY .
tidak aba should ask ME betor. going ahead sad years.Rep.. .

\ ehang1 tbton. to earn .bar cenvtaleac an4 caalatynlng. Jamie) Whine is Chalrsua l e .

J llaVl bt4 ref da7I "r"" M WI Wd or a.bfIta.. ef ta* Hone Apprefrta ,

wut IU OOM tubcommm for Agrt. J rtd
I \ r READT,70 UKP IDJ\ culture won almoat fife sad /
DUB lanAWl .'1.*r aaMg. Is tea |iaeaiaiyo death powers over scene phases 1

... If CM" l fcsr, sjsass) ban' .f the farm precrarn. As soled
.; frevteuary l&ia eotama. b*
Pttbkme7 AftIBz'Floi lti90. tat LnQelu, can Wet tpM th. Agrtaiimr Departatat 1ApY.k.tLfalrA.FWae'

OW. Fir a y=am'. eertoee a etampd,' ask.addrvssu appracriadoaa' tffl for
ell nv-uh4 while -see with
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JACKSONVILLE: :: (AP .a.e. \s I
Elect Haydon Burns II Z:: t : 129
believes a regular session / choke
Legislature win be legal & e .
WIll call a special session d ,
portionment as soon u $5.00 Monthly I ._
: fTe
journs e ..Fnu.:
"I feel that it Is "
perativt that the entirety
regular session of the .
turf be devoted to the
business of the session," I .
said Tuesday
If a reapportionment .
were held before April
members of the House r. '
ate might lose their seats lIIU.... ; .
said. "Though Kill in \"..","
their mental attitudes 1
likely be conducive to .'
sound and unemotional t' ./
dons" Burns said. '\IIb. .... I
'With the pressures ; .
cussions of !
coming the time of the
tor, it would be nearly
sible for .them to arrive i
sound appropriation ;r
ahead of the June 30
\ deadline" |
I' Earl Falrcloth. attorney I'F: \
r eral elect, said tfonday TOTAL WHOHT
believed the Legislature :

Fraternity Elects ; ,your choice{ 79 ) i iI

Ken Kincaid has been Convenient Terms
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is from LaFollette I
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taffy; Joel Bagnal, < N. .
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AT ORANGE CITY LIONS CELEBRATION Guests at the head table are shown during the 11th anniversary .

i i ARE TOLDI celebration staged recently by the Orange City Lions Club. Left to right are Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ailing;

i I Mr. and Mrs Thomas W. Crews; Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, and Mr. and Mra. Albert H. Hufford. (Sun News
I ChrIatmu this year Staff Photo) '
will be on Friday, regular
church newt will be

I next Dec.listed week.In the on Sun Thursday News pub, llth Anniversary Observed By Orange City LionsORANGE

I order to be published,
*n church newt must I be
CITY The llthannlvenary with her particular Mr. and Mrs. ThomasH. Mrs A. H. .
I in the Sun Newt office by gown( adding Bendwlg Hufford. Mr. and
Boon Wednesday, Dee and Ladle Night to the festive occasion. These Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mra. A. R. Konrad, Mr. and
23. I
As a public service wan the occasion recently celebrated were presented by Mr*. A. H. I Currier. Mr. and Mrs John Mra. John Marshall. Mr. and
Sun News will the at a dinner meeting of Hufford, and Mrs. Leonard Pash. Dawn Mr. and Mrs. Frank De.i Mr. William G. Martini, Mr.
accept for the Orange City Llont Cub at Winners of door prize were i Bartolo Mr. and Mrs. Leslie and Mrs. Edward J, O'Connor,
of on Wednesday the Show Boat Restaurant ){no Frank R. DeBartolo Mrs. Dyer Mr. and Mrs Norman Walter Palm, Mr, and Mrs,
new special church observance Thomat W. Clews, president John MarsaU and Mrs. JosephA. Fancher, Mr and Mrs. A. R. James R. Randal Dr. and his
planned for welcomed the member and Currier. Faron and Mr. and Mrs. Frank David S. Rauschenberger. Mr.

Chrlatmai Eve. These guests, and the singing of America Guest were Mr. Don Sigler, Fertsch. and Mrs. Phillip N. Schuyler,
Items must be In the Sun salute to the flag and the Mrs. Josephine Marshall and Others were Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Cecil D. Wilson,
New office by noon TUBS- Invocation given by John Marshall Mrs. Ernest WWt'tt.GUE8111J1TED. Charles X. Forcer, Mr and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Woodward,
day followed Mrs Kellogg Franklin, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Tom R. Wllkln\

Crews presented Mr. and Mra. Present were president and Mrs. Harold Freund. Mr. and son, Thomas Cryer and Mr. and
ORANGE CITY HOSTS SHUFFLEBOARD TOURNEY Th* Orange City Edward B. Ailing, longtime reri- Mrs. Crews, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mrs. D. M. Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Push

'Shuffleboard Club ho.tedhe Volusia County Amateur Mixed Shuffleboard Tour Club dente of Orange City and ben- -

nament Thursday and Friday Seven Shuffleboard Clubs represented by 54 players Elects factors to many causes In U1'.rt'l. ,.,. It DtUNO CTIOIIDA) SUN NIWS THURSDAY, DEC 17,1964
entered the first tourney of the Winter season Viewing the early action Thursday 11 Mr. Ailing It an honorarymember
of the
were left to right: George Roberta, assistant County Tournament director; Bill Lions club.Marshall. Orange City Orange CityShuffleboard

Calhoun, Orange City Club and William Schmidt Tournaments
president; County Mrs, Mikitla toastmaster led the Home Residents
director of Daytona Beach's Peabody Club. (Sun News'Photo by Allen) group In tinging Christmas Nursing



As PresidentORANGE The In banquet the Christmas room was theme decorated Club Events Feted With Yule PartyORANGE

with a lighted Christmas tree

DeLand Wins Main Event and red and green colon of the
Couple ., CITY The clubrooms season on the tablet.A IN TOCB.XAMXNTS
of the Extension Home- Cmr Member of Invited all to have
the guests arrived each Last Monday, Vlckl Salmond, present refreshments
maker's dub were the seen of lady was presented a corsage the Orange City Garden dub of home mad cookies
activity and good fellowship last of mum to match or blend In ROM Could, Ruth Leonard, Nell gave a Christmas party Monday and punch.
At YolusiatShuf fleboard Thursday when the annual Mead, Stuart Leonard and Al afternoon for the residents of the Th serving table wa centered : ,
Christmas party and election of Mead of the Orange City Shuffleboard I Orange City Nursing Horn with a Christmas I here
officers: was held by the group. Club traveled to Orlando ', which was enjoyed by an. made of toothpick balls, sprayed
Mrs. Otto Mikttta wee. elected City Mrs. Christian a Behnk'led gold and white
''N 1.1 '..ll,. to participate la the Invitational and there was
the new president and serving the singing of Christmas carols, also a large 'holiday decorated
ORANGE CITY'-Mr. and Mrs, Vlcki Salmond, Adeline Allan Corinn VTestherwax and Jn with her will be Mrs..Regtna Menu and Ladles accompanied, by Mrs, Elmer' cake and whit. napkins with red
John Lawrence of the DeLand Minnie Johnson" Maria Aldrich ale Heroux erne la charge of Wachowskl, first vice president; Gets 'Spirit'ORANGE Doubles Tournament They represented Patterson at the plan: Among poinsettias ,
Shuffleboard dub were the first and Mrs. William Schmidt.Aa the tickets Mrs. J. R Jeffrey, second vice the Orange City Cub. the familiar ones sung were Twenty members of the club
place winners in the main event the players and spectators president; Mrs. Joseph Blower, Laat Tuesday, the Orange City "Deck the Hall"' "The First were present Mrs FredBrebner
CITY As the
I of the Vohula County Amateur were arriving both mornings, treasurer, and Mrs. Robert J. holiday arrives- dub was host to the Sanford club Noel" "Hark the Herald Angels was In charge of the refreshments
the residents
i Mixed Doubles Tournament, held coffee and doughnuts! war* Yule Parties Ransom Sr., secretary Mrs. of season Orange City to be and won 4a game 3214. The Sing," "It Came Upon the Midnight assisted by Miss
I Thursday and Friday In Orange served. The doughnuts were donated Mlkltta and Mr. W. H. Leard Imbued with the Christmas seem spir playoff was won by Sanford 10744 Clear," "0 Little Town of Marian Morrison, Mrs. Gladys

City with members of the Orange by a member, Bernie Are PlannedLAKE will be the delegates to the County it. The colored lights through the Goldie Kurt and Gertrude Bethlehem," "0 Com All Ye' Lawson and Mrs. Otto Nelson.Breezewood.
Oty Shuffleboard dub the hosts. LelnMder. from "Bsnla't Donut Council. center of town bring cheer and Sullivan had the high score of Faithful "W* Three Kings of
The tournament started at F Shop" The Christmas proZt'II1WI''' I new ones art being added each 343 for Orange City annd Hoyt Orient Are"* and "Silent Night." I \

a m. Thursday with WlflUm CsU. LfNCH SERVED HELEN-Th Lake given la the forenoon with the year, The tall tree near the Uathsr and Mac McDonald for Mrs. Behnke sang two solos
hours president, welcoming the At noon the luncheon committee Helen Community Club will hold singing of two carols, "0 Little I Town Hall has beea decorated Sanford with 2S2. Roy Heroux "There's a Song in the Air" and I

guests and local members and served hot sandwich.. lid. Its annual. Christmas party at Town of Bethlehem with the by Harley Strickland and James and Mr Wlss wen the referees "Th Little Drummer SOy./N :1.f2t
the Rev Milton McAfllstr7givIng duo chips, pickles, pit aid cot Hopkins.. Mai, >Friday? Dee M, history of the song gives by Mrs. I Stafford and the Nativity seen: and floreac 'Roberts, I At the close; of:xs.;imiilt4J' y : -It .ark I
the Invocation Drake, and "Silent Night"with erected In the Park by theGreater keeper. program, Mrs. Behnke extended' i l
I fee to the US present t.Mr4, ,',1:30: Jl.1IA Invitation Is ex- I .co..1,
, In the main event, Stanley and William Calhonn wu In charge fended' to resident and visitor the story by Mrs. lard, Orange City Area Chamber On Wednesday, 14 of the holiday greetings and good
Verdi Mansfield" of City Island, and her commltta consisted of alike to attend. Bring a M.cent Mr*. Ransom read the poem of Commerce. ers went to City Island wishes to the people at the home'
"Th Wonder and
Daytona Beach,, won second M"11tlam Goodwin, Mrs. gift tot' exchange,. and stride/1 Mlkitta. a Christmas of poem It"; ; Mrs Mrs.. The Nativity scene, placed tons Beach) to play Orange I dent of the W Garden T. Thursby dub, presi then ORANGE CITY Residentsof
place; Mrs. Chance Parkinson Arthur Kdley, Mrs Ernest or packaged fond for the baskets V. H. Hdwkla. Th Work for annually la front of the Pilgrim City won In games 21-13 and also i Breezewood Park are busy
I and Kenneth Thornton, Orange Wetmer, Mrs. Claude Klndel the club will dlatrthut Children" by Pearl Buck and Community Church has been setup the playoff 100... Ben Fraser: with plans for the holiday \
City, third,, and Lou Mills and Mrs Frank Thompson, Mrs. Oa Monday avswtjif. Dee. 31, also "Why Walt Until Tomor by members for the enjoyment and Frank Thompson of Orange Bible Class Meets festivities as out of town guests
Julian Champagne of Peabody, Geraldine Crook, Mrs. Lillian thsr will I b* two Christmas mw.'t Mrs Cordon Rein gave of the passerby Many City had a high score of 249 i ar* expected home parties will
Daytona Beach fourth. Williamson, Mrs\ Ida Heap and parties. The WSCf of.the Lab "Annie and Willie's Chriitmas" homes and business places are against Mr. Smyth and Mr ORANGE CTTY-Th Wesley be given and greetings exChanged
CONaoMTZONLuther Mrs. Lillian CtcheQs. Arthur Helen Methodist Churcs wiH and "Keeping Christmas," being decorated with special Sneaker of the host club with Bible class of the Methodist ,
r "thy and Lois Heldt XeUeyt'Awtua Code and Frank have It* party at TW at the CHRISTMAS CrTERIXJ Christmas lighting and scenes 234. The referees were Tom Church had a ham dinner and Gprdon' Holzman has announced .
% fit Mainland New S m y flU Monahair -usiatedwlb' ladles. horn of Miss' ktatotc Gribbl A grab begot gifts 'was en The Greater Orange City Area Johnson for Orange City and i Christmas party Thursday evening a Christmas lighting
Beach rewlved first consolationand Th. homemade pJ..', donated ,1'11. Fireman's Auxiliary will toyed and the Christmas offeringwill Chamber of Commerce Is sponsoring John Tat tor City Island Grace I at the |om*'.( Ruaoe41, i)4 *0 lf l Upr* Breezewood Park
Zen Roy Harvard of Mainland by tile ladts of the club. hold the first Christmas party I be used for repairs la the the annual Christmas Young\ acted as storekeeper.ERD. Joan TroyW'W': J.JXWfr: ; 84.C: rest4nrtsand. ;: the prize o>r the
second consolation, la the new !Brehous at 7.30.: clubhouse home lighting contest and Gordon BLACK TILT I Plans were discussed for a chflf bent cfinplsy win be $25.!'Judging
The large trophy for Nolusll TIll asadsga-Lak HelsWoman's l Sirs Leard presided at the Holanan, builder and developer Also Wednesday, while some of supper to be held In February, will be Dec 22 and tilt judges

County Amateur Mixed Double Cub will have a Christ.mas business meeting and Mrs of Breewwood Park has Its members were busy out of A Chinese Auction was held. art to be William :'OHlnger' ,

a Tournament was presented to Heard Seen dinner party at 1 .m. Wednesday Leard and Mrs. Lilly May will announced a Christmas Lighting town the "Stsy at Homes" park Those present were the Rev, president of the Create Orange
the first'place winners for their Dec. u, at the p Cassa- b* la charge of the Installation Contest for Brenewood tldpated In a Red and Black Mr and Mrs Thomas Maxwell City Area Chamber of Com
"' club D eLtud, and both Mr and daga Hotel. Sunday, Dee M. Is service at the meeting Jan. H.Mr residents.' contest which Included the new Leslie!! and Helen Dyer, Bill and mere*; Leslie J. Dyer secretaryof
Mrs. Lawrence were awarded the deadline for reservations *. Blower gave a report on The street committee, headed members of the club. 1". Reds Laura Ford Douglas and Ernie the Chamber of Commerce,
Individual trophlM. The other In Around which should be made by railing the demonstration she attendedIn by Chairman Harry Drake team of Ralph Blgelow and LeGsr Hagadorn, Mrs. Fay Lambert, and Archie Page, DeLand. whiIs
I affiliated Insurance
with Tri\ Delta
fe winners received gun the president, Mrs. Richard Paul the county office In DeLand of busy with street work and tree Balcom with 80 points Mrs. Dawn Schofleld. and the .
17 92
Sigh-way Orange
,II Eight clubs were represented at bar home in Lake JI.I... painting with tube paints on trimming to make the town wen the winners against the host. City,

i with 54 number participating Lake Helen aprons articles., sweaters This lesson and will other I b* ready for ties holiday season! Black team of EmIl Steinbergand Mr. and Mrs. James 3, Tut-
Bill Schmidt the local
of Peabody was r l e tY1y; FiremeVHoldYule given,,after, the first of the pewyear. Frederick Noonan. Referees club members were to whet accompanied by Mrs.JeaM .
tournament director and George were Walter Banta and Austin play at Sanford,.and yesterday, Otis and Mrs. Helen Lang
Roberts of Cringe Qty, assistant LAKE HELEN It'l a known -'tXVmTION READ Williamson; the scorekeeper, Orange City was to play Main. of t'e Land were in Orlando last

directorRKFEREM fact that ''tb. squeaking wheel PartyORANGE An Invitation was read from Ethel Lockwood. land at New Smyrna Beach. Saturday and Sunday attendingthe

guts Use grease," around my the Woman's dub ( .I.A') to attend The regular Red and Black In. MIXED DOLELraToday midwinter Americanism conference
Cot Al Mead wu the chiefrfwee. I house. I have downto the annual New Year's shyreception ttrclub tournament was held and tomorrow the bribe departments: of
worn myself I
aaslated by Guy Aldrtch, llttl CITY -The Christ In Dickinson Memorial Saturday afternoon. Charles County Mixed Doubles are being the American Legion and Auxiliary
a nub wheel I
Philip Schuh, Bob Weatherwax after wheel after greasing wheel for th mil dinner and party of thee Llhiary Hall.Thanks Parkinson and Frank Radcllff played la DeLand. Seven Orange of Florida.

Tom Johnson Roy Heroux past week. Every Bight I have Orange City Volunteer Firemen, were extended to Mr. had high score of 245 for the City teams signed up to participate Tutwller Is the first vliti-com-
Olson, George Stroll, Roy Barr, been listening for the telephoneor the Auxiliary and their families and Mrs. Osman Thomas for anew Reds and Marie Aldrich and and they are: Mr, and Mrs 'I mender of DeLand Post I end
Stuart Leonard Charlaa Parkinson the screech of brake a* son was held recently la the Lions railing on th* porch of the Henry Lovejoy cam up with 242 Stuart Leonard Col. and Mrs Mrs. Otis is president of the
I Chart Goodley and Roy Bill and grandsons Raymond Gubhous. Approximately 60 enJoyed Clubrooms and to Mr, Kuhn and for the Blacks The Black team Alfred Mead Frank Radcllff and I' Auxiliary and they were all dele

WoMtord. and Marc arrive. So fur nothing the turkey, dressing and Mr. WachowsU for work don won 102 ... Roy Heroux and Mrs. Ha Emery Mr. and Mrs. gates.
Mrs. Nell Maid potatoes prepared by the committee both Inside and outside About 600 attended the Conference
wu the chief has happened but I have <:er- the club Milton Rodebaugh were referees Guy Aldrich Bob Weatherwax
p aeorcr. assisted by Hilda Young, it.IA1y.oC a let of things don aa and supplemented by th* room. and 0* Emery the It'OI't'k..per.BI&11IDU and Vickie Salmond Phil Schuh with many dignitaries
Ruth Leonard, Marian Struts na ; r kept my alfhtly vigil I\ been sauna vegetables' and dessert The rooms were festive with a CALG DAR and ROM Gouin, Kenneth Thora- I present Headquarters for tile
Emery, Della Hazlett. Mrs. Roy cerding packing away,,I brought la. Mra. Lawrence whit Christmas inns and other On the Birthday- Calendar this tan and Archie M Parkinson. I Legion was the Robert Mevers
w making Gates Mr T decorations and the Motor Jna. and for the Auxiliary
WohUord Minnie Rodebaugh, II room for three extra ,, H. Crews and luncheon week: are the games of Bin Sal- Good luck. ,
Mr*. Russell In tables were centered with the Cherry Plaza Hotel. A reception
people for the holiday, Troytr werecharge holly, mOil! Dec. 22 and Jerry Drub Next Monday, Dec. 21, U I
of the pine, Christmas ban and was giver Saturdayevening'
meal. red
I I'v measured, movedstralghtea.d Dec. SS. Have teams will play at Winter Park
a happy ;;
candles. Mrs. day of
Terrace Mrs Oar Marshall Sr inCan d Either" Kuhn aid at Post 19 la honor
Group I and stacked until 101", Marshall Jr were la Mr*.' W'<'bowakl were .la rharg* The special coming event wffl Tuesday and Wednesday, tile Mra. Lillian Andrew ttOllalJII'HIdl'Dt
i ::0c.Qn.: Ace any more changes charge of the decorations. Th of the decorations Mrs []\derv be the Christmas dinner and County Singles Non Walking of the Auxiliary ends <
So far the weatherha kin and Mrs. Wachowskl. tb* FIRST BUmUHY DansAM party to be held la Dlckinmn tournament will be held at Sanford dance followed
Holds Mecliii"ORANGE more than co-operated' were decorated with phi program and Mrs. Hoyt On Roberta, emgbter .! ho )l1'InOI'IalJbrary Hall\ Saturday at t Dee. 21, 'ntn e "}.{n. WUllam A. Hutchesoa
I, polnsettiaa ar* still! with u* andmore I bans and and gay Christmas and Mr*. Joha Adam, the !luacaoa vM. as* NMK7 tebem WLak at I p.m. There win be a program teem from Lake Helen win entertained last Saturday evenIng .
beautiful thaa If there" was a lighted .
ever. It at stale. ceMratMl her and com to Orange City at 1:30 t
6 ORANGE BOOH. r exchange gifts with : Orrhvstt at her horn on Polnsettia
cmr The Ortnrt will Just be ss warm end prettyss I Christmas bra on a table with tin play, and Dec. 30 U
VlrtttUiy Star the ladle teams
jwfertoy. bringing" a gift for Drive fat honor of the T4th birthday
Terrace a
dty Its CIVIC Associationheld It was whet we cam horn the gin\ piled around It. mall arrived and presented gilts tag the trarftttaMl eats: asrfk lady and the men for a man City Island dub will .b* ,thgtteats of..... husband. Those Invited '
monthly meeting laatFriday from Icy Atlanta for Christmas Santa CUus (Lawrence Gate) to an of the chQdrea. Then with .f the local .
ors cr MN Barslee wr Oa the schedule for this week club.Mr :lor tilt birthday celebrs-
J Center evening Plans la were the Community in IMS. Ill be supremely happy Wh during the week\ as postman aa exchange of gifts ........... Dale. DIM eel wen "Ant Doubles tournament< and Mrs. Edward Raakln tins and pinochle were Mr. and

for the Christmas card you open your Cbrlitnuparty e .. ...Is. delivering till Christmas atfuhs. Due, at M. Dora Monday: TuesdaySCOUTS of Bridgetown N. J.. are guests I Mr*. George Holzmana. ){t. and
the children the .
cut ........ .... ,
for four Mrs.
1 to be held Saturday evening lathe I stamps oft M provW transportation : ._ n: months this winter" I .Charles Stone and lira.
e Center for milk to leas fortunate th* Orange City MobilPark. 1' MarteywaQae 7%* !bostesedetve0detttdly
President Howard Powell children fat faraway lands. Cost Tiey are the brat I cake, cookie
thanked the met who have bees you nothing and does so much law and aster ol Mrs r aad PtoetppI' sherbet.<< -
cJearfaW underbrush\ around the good The Lake Helen Congregational bllIJb. I' Mrs. Ttavl' MiBer of Pol"nu '
organfeatlon alga at the Terrace Chunk Women's Fellowship 1 1 r Mr and Sirs Gerald Dead I se ,Dr was hostess Mondiy
entrant and on a large has been collecting the ft East French Ave. spent a few I afternoon for the monthly n***
area around the CommunityCenter stamp for several yeah Deal I days bat week la Key West and ,taff and Christmas party 01
bulld1n,. lie also thanked try to rmoth stamp oa their 'war they stooped to i: Group 2 of tko Won**', FeDo"-
the na who have been buildingaMMMaal Just cut them sfl the envelop visit Mr. aid Mrs. Harold linn ship of First Christian Church.!
cabinets la the kit- with ft Derfleld PLaadttfteea member en-
1s" or mor margin, There Beach and Mte
elites **4 the ladies who workedajd 4 I II a box In the entry *f tilt CaroU WaByoung at Boca Ratoa.WWfsl .'' te1t
; wen la charge of the church when stamps may be : ea btishahsatoby, host-

t Tbtsktglvsg dinner, left oa Sunday and any member TW TWW Of
Mrs. V Jcent: Lynch and Mrs win be glad t* deposit.lhm for '' '
ftooert Mill<< will represent tb* friends who send them. Better ; BallCoi In

I assoctatfeR at the, meeting to still bring them yourself and t LUMBERTUMK s ng
morrow.: ctbed the VlHag worship with ua at 11 .... aay 1MI::t HSP..Tb.' Lake
Association inLlhrary '
at Sunday )
> Of0RAN8E RI'koIt-OINdap C k b. r dGs
Dcceimeoa Idesa i4a P News la very scan tMf week.
Pra afraid tbosDLaa4 ere. bate ar being returned -
aM 16e. < lW>*rt MHJerJsa New Ads have beep working I CITY I* the eecreuxy at quite
i'1 as ....... rChrtstmaael too wen. Everyone Is Nt wheel RECEIVE,AWARDS. -Nln members of Lake Nelen-Cessadnga Boy Scout Troop 903 received a ratUpace.< Ibis Is a reminder
r g4eah .**d as a I can lAd I Hoped tte/r laDeLaod a total ol 35 awards during the court of honor held last Friday at the American Laflioa Home Left to right LVMKRrreWreaa..tanewasl -C;! jam ......or ant yours la
front row, are Wayne Boykln Dwight Smuckler >*>, Ifc .br ,Bse. to WhBDYl&UL
shopping N rt weekwen Robin b. and James Evans Same order back row, are ... a.
Ga tII ., .. ... then should rt newt e( families Carroll Heath scoutmaster; DiCkT,Tay lot. Paul DusswryRo *r Okon. Herbert Perry Pat Moran and Guy ao1m. ,
!Ian ol coming and 0u1atmaa.Q6 : assistant acoutmaster. Sitting the board I ""!ilK """' .
Nre. on
Nt. aM JO.erlat of rtvltswer; frank, Stein Bruce Bey and Don AnoWsoa. { AEA Nfl ONNews
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i; ; Camellia Park Club CONTESTIS I Winler 1.11'9Publication Slates Party Matteme insole popular Ickoman ta .Heinck America by

.f Way Mrs. Donaldson and Mr n Odor

j-. LAKE HELENVlm <] e. ORANGE Cmr-Th\ Tout 1.1 IB* piped a violin and plane
SET Lawrence) Vorpagel left.jto nub of Orange Cky wiU bate duet, "A Ckrtottu Mdley," of
Holds Animal plant yenterday tor WMonnelo everal faiaOiar carol
Its Cariettnaa party at Dtckln
ORANGE crry-waiwn vtoit her MM and dafl inn Memorial library Hall! next At 'Home'ORANGE DEBECTOBINTRODUCEDMn.
A. Otttajer, preeideat,rf law, Lawrence wtH leavftoraetrovr l' I ORANGE CITY The winter Tuwday at T'JO: pm Forrer Introduced 'hf
tile Greater Oranj 0ky to Jn her ebolMt edition of me bulletin et tbe The Wemen'a Glib (V. 1 Aof .> new director of the auxillan eMoe.
I .
.. Otanie ply Terrace Ovk Aa Sr MJI.
Area Chamber ''Commerce ) Hare
of- will TheQrlatnta
crrr-Th. Camellia A program of Chrietmai music I seriatim, loc Isis been Orange City prMtnt CITY fhrlatmaifoetivHlee : .
Mr. and MJ. Theodore B.4.I1 nutted Dorothy Taylor, the formr director
Park has thatthe
Community dub had its I followed the business meeting announced of to the hundred of twain Story" In lonr and of the Orange City '
Binghimptoa. N. Y a* fd property and member Mn < (*<
annual dinner annual Home Uchttaig tableau, at till Chrtitma
and a* given
election of with special numbers 'I nil Home and the Auxiliary
by George thin week to spend some time over the United State t.\IRI11I1 aldln Crook. Mn. Donaldaoa;
Contest will be held of the dub
offlcen last Thursday Main party .
evening Napoll tenor and Steen trumpet at their horn here. 4. The bulletin I II pretatvd with! started Sunday afternoon and Mr*. Kirk Boyd and Mr. Helen
this with three Tht Tourist dub
,I* Ut Turner year poxes chorus will
Fellowthlp Hall with Mrs. Charles Peterson !wfll be continued throughout the
Mr. and Mrs aifford Sanfordand a Florida viHrtton of Scheack.'
fill; tile Pilgrim Community the given home entries (but .. sing, and there will be eommua- home with\
Mn. The la festive
piano accompanist. Twas
? three children are occupy the Night Before Chrtstma {week. Other present from DeBaiy
not commercial' with IX with Mrs, Katherine
Church A contribute dinner Peterson led the carol singing *' entitled try singing \mall Christmas trees floral
tog the D houst jw j jClough. "Christrn in were Mn. Summer and Mr and
wa served with the club furalshlng with Mr. David Decker at the 41 first prize, $15 ii second Ave. Orange hey I Santa rln,. down Anhton at the piano arrangements, bl'1lI. small Santa Mrs. John J Forbes in the
the meat, bread andbeverage. piano. Travel picture were prize and SS third.\ This la birthday month for the "17.U' 'la an automobile In- Santa Claus will active and and decorated pin cone In choir, and T. Wilfred\ Donaldson.
Love at the local these asked
Approximately 60 shown by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry Roberta family Darn Robert*, stead of a alelgn, slopping at attending art to the center of the table In the The custom of the members'
I .
chamber of la In 50 rent for ,
were present and enjoyed a Cunningham prior to the adjournment commerce ear-old daughter of David and each house, dressed in Bermuda .bring a gift exchange dining room A tan silver Chrtit- of the Presbyterian Church of
splendid evening of fellowship. of a pleasant eve charge of enId ee and the Nancy Robert, celebrated hers shots and an Ivy league buckles) The member will bring. .cup. ma* tree stands near the piano, DeBary bringing a CbrictmaJmesiage
fee I k Deadline for cake be .
n served with
to .offflfll'II
Stanley Wick, to his and treat htnPelt
emp parR -
president wa IIlnr.I yesterday Ntncy'i birthday t I. with shiny ornaments In silver and pI"OII'aII01 mould
muter of ceremonies and presided I Camellia Park 1 II the territory tog entries will I II be Dec.don.21 after and udr-)dark the 21it, and "her aUter-ln' .law, to a glass of orange Julr*. ,ittend.IN.. Guests arc welcometo and color and lighted by a resolving to the horn was atarted s1 U
at a business session which of northwest Orange City outside And he' was heard to exclaima spotlight At the base an4
Ruby (Isis Morgan) Roberta Mn. Woodruff
Dec 23. wU be The Tourist" dub chorus years ago by
followed the dinner The officer the corporate limit, but Judges celebiatea. hen on the JSrd. he sped on his way: 'Merry will of the tree I 11 the nativity scene.Th ha been an annual event. Then
for the new which, club include those announced at a later date. Christmas, Orange City How 1 sin, Christmas carol at the C. *
year were membership Happy birthday one and all. Rev. Augiutua Summer feetivttle are looked forward toby
elected are: Mr. Wick president of adjoining area Their recrea. TRIP SLATED wlih I could atay!! Orange City Nursing Homo tomorrow *, pastor of the PrMbytertui the residents and enjoyed bg
I mOTS LISTED at I under the dl.
; the Rev, Charles Peterson lion I t. the lot the p m ,
area on corner Church of DeBary. and member all who attend.'
Donald Lesher leave tamer
I recItes of Mra. Ashton.
Vice president Mrs. Robert and Valencia Under the heading of actlvt-
; Cunningham of N Sparkmaa of the choir of the church gave
row for Knoxvlllt, Tens. to
secretary, and Charles Ave. : Yule Party Christmas tie, mention wan made of thecovered the program of Christmas muale.Mr ,in A
spend with Roger
, H. Nulle, treasurer Elected as Qase and Ed dish supper, precedingthe Couple Nears *. T. Wilfred Do D ald. Oft
the board of directors were the I family Roger la regular monthly social meetIng greeted tile residents and guests, Tost
For BrowniesLAKE Ramey'a nephew who visited in held Fifty'ROSS
Rev. Wylie F. Steen. chairman, Cassadaga Lake Helen this Oct. 23. The Second and Mr. Summers read from
aummer.Kurt traditional
and Jay Harttock. Robert Cunningham Frame U home from festivities Thanksgiving Day Golden EventORANGE tile Scripture Two carat were.
' Robert Mcniwalne, HELEN Sixteen Lake where bt were enjoyed by 78 .un,. ,"Joy to the Wtrld" and SEE
City spent *ev members and and
William J. Phillip, PersonalsCASSADAGA Brownies met at the Community guests coo- "It, tame 'in' the Midnight
eral days teati eluded with "
NEW COXSTTrTTIOVA House in Blake Park Tuesday! undergoing the showing of the, Cmr The Rev. Oar"
Welcome home to Theron I Mm. "1964 Tournament of RoseaPi Mr-and Mrs. Alfred D. Vander
afternoon for Christmas
a party .
new and revised constitution The Rev. Ar I Th. decoratedwith Dowdy who haa been a patient" In color, and a film burgh of :231 S. Carpenter Ave Gin DKDICATCOMr. :
of the Incorporated organization thur A. Myeri, pastor, will con I Chrixtmss room were tree and traditional In the Veteran's Hoipltal at Au- I entitled "The House that Faith will celebrate their Nth wedding Summrn conducted the f' t I Ie
wan presented by Stew chairman duct the 2:30: p.m. Sunday servIce decoration by the leaden gusts, Ca. Built" The annual Chilstmai anniversary Dec. 2.1 and our dedication of tht new annuncia 4fir
of the director, and this of the First Spiritualist tor system a gift from the
Mn Dirk Molr and Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. Jim McDonaldand I party will be held Dee 19. beat wishes are extended to
wan adapted unanimously. I Church of Caisadaga Mn. E. Gene! Mitchell. daughter Terry Lynn and Mr. and Mr*. Fred Karr of them for many more happy I auxiliary of the home. James
i E. Whit will be at the organ. After' the singing of Christmas ion Jay of Onwlo, Minn., are' I Orange City will celebrate' their less together, R.ndell Installed the system.Mn. .
New members win be taken Into carols and an. exchange of gift, visiting his brother and aliterIn I golden wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Vanderburghwere Charles rower accepted oa
fjLutu.IIILWb. tbe church at this, the last sere Mrs. James Corrigan served .law, Glenn and Caroline N>1- christmas Day In the Community married la the Bpu behalf of .herself. her .
)U4t ice before the opening of the refreshment Punch and cupcakes Jets, and hla father. William Center building. Members Church In Ischua. N.Y.. follow. staff and resident, and expressed
Casiadaga Camp winter season. were served from a buffet Nielsen Terry Lynn stayed with of the Association wish for tog the Christina exercises In her appreciation for the
The Cassadaga Hotel win open counter covered with a Christ- her Grandfather Nielsen while them many more years of happi the church. ThIs was Mr. Van- many hour of asalatanct given
Sunday Dec. 20, for the winterMason. many tablecloth adorned with her parent attended a business seas derburgh' first pastoral a* h* by the auxiliary member.
Sunday dinner will be Santaa. convention la Miami. Jay, who New memberi alarf September had been ordained as a minister Mrs. Donaldson, violinist and
served: by reservation and supper wa still U school when his folk 1M4 are Augttafaad Either the previous. week. The Vanrtrr. 'I Frank Woodruff, pianist played
will be served from (-7
the week. Richard p.m.U GOP Club Fonns'ORANGE left. Minnesota, flew to Miami Kuhn of OiangeClty. burghs moved lo Orange City In -Silent Night" with till choir
during and drove to Lake Helen with ('RlW I'\'R'H"'F.D 10 from Warwick. N.V alngtng\ and )[rs. Woodruff tal
back and rules the kitchen aah
hss for and a mYm..ttn, his parent when they returned Donation have been received The couple has two sons and lowed with the alary of the aong.
many wan hold recently ta the Orange Thursday paying for 18 Chair at IUS one daughter and five grandcblldiea. Father Moor wrote the word
At the desk this year will Volusia Loin Co. Inc Mrs Mildred Bowling part City Town Hall and plant were BIRTH NOTEDCongratulatlon each, of the 60 purchased last John H. Vanderburgh In Obsndorf, Austria, ta 1111 and ;
discussed for the formation of a fall. The name of the donor live ta Floral Park. L.I N.V LOANflTOteM
of the day and Art Myers In Republican. dub. William dUn- to Betty I and will be placed on the chain Alfred Vanderburgh Jr. In Montgomeiy row at two p.m. In the VIA dullI'OOt'NI -
the afternoon' and evening. DaDofjart upon the birth of 107 Will .hAiMI
chair : with the N.Y and Mr*. Robert la Dickinson\ Vbmorlal
gee acted u temporary name printed on orange
GAMES PARTIESThe a daughter, Diane Margaret, la
man. tap with whit letters.The D, Murphy FayeftvUle, NTORANGE Library. n-e UWDI
Ladies Auxiliary opens Miami oa Dee. I. Betty and -
tb. Thatcher Hour to all who Another' meeting la scheduled Dave now make their home in I gas rang with oven 1'ubllh I
are Interested In game. There' for Jan. 13 at 7:30: p.m. ta tilt Miami, and friend art pleasedto given by Mr and Mn. James May 1Hetory

i I. a party at 1:30: p.m. on Tuea- Town Hall at which time officers hear of the addition to their :' Jordnn was used for the Thanksgiving CTTY-Tht VillageImprovement Don't B. MisledA t
V day and another at 7.30 pm. will be elected. All Republican Dime Day dinner. The group
family. Margaret weighed
; has Association o I
acquired 67 place settings
, 7144500 Saturday.One of the The tint public social Is Invited.affair are urged to attend.of 7 pound, I ounces, at birth. of dlnnerwar The wood panelIng \- Orange City I II considering tile Factory New U.S. Import Model
the season at the hotel will be Mr and Mn. Later LewtUen 11the kitchen and large publication el a brief history of
the CaIl.daa.Lak. Helen Wo- have returned to their home on meeting room has been sealed Orange City TIle publishing Volkswagen Properly Cleaned and
man's dub Christmas dinner Euclid Avenue after meal and varnished and additional committee ha* Invited organization ,
Beginning Friday Wednesday, Dee. 23, at 1 pjn. months spent in the North. rabtneta' art being Installed\ who would like their story New Car Serviced Federal Excise Tax
Reservation will be accepted Congratulation, too to Kay and the kitchen. Included to and a representative .
until Sunday, Dec. 20, by Mri. Curtis (Sonny Hubbard who art Two fire extinguisher have to meet with them tomor- and U.S. Customs Duty PaidIs
Richard Paul. the parent of a 7 pound, 5v! been purchased and mounted In .
Pauline Sautten\ Harriett' De.LaHaye ounce SOB born at ':25 a,m. Monday the Community Center building. and Richard ire; charter mem-: Delivered to You In SanfordBy
Dec. 18 We Will Be Open and Mabel Kidder attended Dae. 14. at West Volusla There 1* a large parking area' ben ot the Association aid
the ChrUtmat bread Memorial Hospital A* I write at the front of the building and take aa active part ta civic Your Factory Authorized
demonstration at the Florida this I have not heard what the there has been a "clan.up, attain. The pleasant climate
Power Lounge In DeLand last young man has been named el..r.up campaign" around the and family ties were the primary Volkswagen Dealer
, 'Til 9 Thursday. Mra. Edna Eby Home Mn. E.; R. Richardson 1* home OCTCA sign which la located at reasons for settling here. ,
Every Night Demonstration, Agent, .and her from the hospital and recuperating. the Terrace entrance and Oil alarge Pat Powell end TlUto VII,,,, t.t For
assistant. bias Joan Stewart Paula (Mn. Bob OrUt U area surrounding the Center OCTCA edlton. feel that tile "
were assisted by Mn. Doris aka recuperating at home after\ building following verse expense their .: $1621.64
Ntlroj of the Florida Power appreciation for fH.Dc1IlIlp."To
heart attack canned her to bthospltallied. KrATtTttn: BOME
Electric Shaver Clinic \ Roth The home featured ta the thank you a* w.'. like M do I le
Corp.TO are taking tteaoy
MEET SON and we tope they will be bulletin I It that ef Mn. hers far beyond our power, For If "GET THE TRUE fACTS"ELLIKOR
Harriet' and Charles DeLaHaye we b.d10 friend like you
Wilma and Richard. The
Phone 734-5733 and about .
211 North Boulevard out 100II.&nl.1
win go to Tampa to meet their WUroxea moved to the Terrace there'd" be no association like
ion and daugbter-ln law, Mr. GUESTS: from Hunttngton, WVa. seven oW'.." They are deeply\ gratefulfor MOTOR CO.
Frank and France
and Mrs. Charles P, DeLaHaye Barna art Both Mn. Wilcox the patronage and may "May
year ago.
and daughter of St. Louie Mo., off again-thli Um to Formosa.After -' yes: have a bountiful Christina 3111 so. 17. SANFORD
who will arrive by Jet Saturday. 2'/t' year U Japan, the County school lunchroom workers : and may tile coming year be Phcn 38.1935You're
Bt\nneg. They' will all visit relative ta Barna have been visiting her I at the Seabrerar School In overflowing with all the good
St. Petersburg and will visit parent. Cookie and L u III a t Daytona Reach Tueeday night things of life for you mad ,ouu." .
place of Interest, Including Kuhn, for the pelt five week*. --- --

Sanlbel bland, before coming to A bury five week It was, too.
MIT Cassadaga for the holiday They spent Thanksgiving near
Minnie Gerwitt probably will Blue Mountain, Misa. where Invited To 'Attend The Gala
be home by the time you read their daughter, Clara lea, I.In U
thl*. Friend were glad to bear college It was a family re*
that she broke no bone when union wish the Barna' SOB Ron
OPEN she fell' last week. She did bow. aid Joining then from Arkinsa

ever Sprain her knee and wa where bt i* stationed with\ the W"we> w. .w. !
1VERYNITEIH unable to walk. She tied a Air Corp Betide tile Rasa
walker to get' around at the and the Kuhaa there wa the HEN HOUSEOF GOLD 1
hospital. Kuhni other daughter and wa
Harrison\ Engel( and Duncan, Elizabeth: and Wilson s11s J STAMPS

J Beck guest spent of Harrison'last weekend brother a* IndIlat" the Lorkard Lat week, and the daughter Kuhai and Judy.theBarns I BOND

., Mr. and )trl. Lee

(Closed Sundays) bourne.Engel I at There their were home other ta memo Mel Drtgbbor wen gueata, Mr.of and Ihelr" Mr farmer Fwtbtinl WM AN, PenfcmtttFRIEND'S WMAfl 1

Wade Jones and family In Orlando
iContinoed from Page ThirteentpMtodL
: for a real Chinese dinner.Latt .
Sunday the Jonnrt ind
r their ehOdren Check Flag and ESQ
Judy, were guest or the Kolas
for a real America dinner
Before leaving by Jet led
C rte Thursday inorotof. tie Racial 601 West New York Ave.
new from FaMrv' I and the Kuan speed a day U
f Lakeland where they toured the

.' t. : will Souther earon College whe fee where edt ROBS bin 'a-Id Today Friday and Saturday December 1 17,18,19

., : B11r1'fcrrnen.; llstmett to the Air .ye the ,
lint week la Jasdary, Another..

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i'.iJi af'tenhave..,afMubower...after anyth1nq/ where lag the J..Rlagllag.a will bt Art enrolled Academy\la

..J I February at the end of her STARTER PIECE

echo l aemestef ta MlaslMlppi. FREE FREE
F.berge'I nejtcceid tit Frank Bana If wttk the go* Of
ennurat and I* to Astatine Pro J
tyw mss > Meontoe curement. They wlB be /ta For

a poe riet kkk moM for U inontAs. Wei bt

.';, !hd 1Ya9we looe.t.dlehYlcvtawE./ leant loektog of Sowed II!. ta tit forma Fnamt'. For ae You Can Easily Complete. The Entire 9-Piece Set-Ask Us How Easy It. |Jsfla sl\

rte put two years. pert ef her
Christmas letter to the family
ar ssc.cibEYpscIIeuo4fl have bees pabUefcei Is ... Lake

I ..eod treaa..d'vhf)dfM,w.nt !"fIor" Helen New and mach enjoyed.Fraa I REFRESHMENTS FRII'

nonaarrtaNsnshyra.eorrllabondsnna Tbnew.. f petit a vivid plctireef
t life u they Bre H wherever

they are. Her. report of fUUagtrlt fIl.fIlI.'y.Y IALLOOHS daratlaee' *. algbueelag an... flowerarraagUg .
and alt rliooi pother ,
egp.d end emtod!In iftw reader Hfki there. y"
XM Marta e>4 Gene Mtttbefl arese
HOT***** prtod. pmad ar*.in *f
p4va4a ..... beby trt hrs
et Halttw HnevsteJ TMedey, I Day Tlnriday Friday( and Saturday!
Dee. 13 at P M ,.... The least b "
lady, was bat be earned i
Cyetbto Awl to tW te Mer efLmrtae

E'CKERDDrue *>cea4 lltlNMi sad'g..*to,* Md The thetr. CardaOtefMweU Cfceewetbe (.wrtbrbfld e Mn Friend. 'and' "(hitI" Hewitt Invite You To Visit Them SMN(,: ( I

mobs tbelf lane al loopy

? Stores UMLhBMrra (,
Loaf left TWsoar lot !
...... Hm? W epe.d CkrtotMM FRIEND'S, ESSO;
ebb. ber "........ t>wtt
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... VX Air Corp... '
Lane Jil#... aatf Heulab Ml 'Wnt.M.w York Aft., -Huns,,734. _
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QioesJD SUN News "THMSBAY, rie. IT, itM I __ u I 19 Spithl Services -- IS Mf WoUJ-limtU I II _- Articles_ft* kit_

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Northwest, VelutU .. .P!L- APPLICATIONS *ow btdnr; take AUTHORIZED Bwrralaf. D foa!*..
*. 5? jy2k Ova* Shell* CamWita Hunt.
r SHE1 ptIEMIC / M nvt HSJUrWt THUS THEM N DII4 LATTER cbtDT silED CUT MY POST N SOMI DIeTMtI ,VMT| tndAtlorBailntu MUNICIPAL AIRPOOETu we.wnppe wag.: s" la
1 "' k7Kl'eIUMINORY HOriuroc ATTW HOUR. XU. LEAVff ICMC1 $IR MM OF pilBWflfl PROM THt 000R111DADTIT llni MINI m''Jlii.) : ( T tN R'S HARDWARE:

FEIIlNitNED tHilO! ill UTNE! help WEIOtHl aafaur with ntw.
AND 141111A : l Improved Du-A-Mtt Tablets
Pair pa Tomaia Pbaroush lac.CHRISTMAS .
lNiftAt117r WHEELCHAIRS Stationbran

ere 5 PIERSON FOR RENT OR SALE Wanted. $50. Week Plus 11Io t* is Chanayt TREES -Place All, 1tl 1114
I t I B S.w York Av.

RG 5E 5E Hardwire & Supplltt Bearden' Drug Shop Commission. Steady Em. HEAVY CARDBOARD

I On''. a M... Trk ...... Ant I' ployment Guaranteed. No SIGNS FOR SALE

I E "xTrlltlll ItPLT 1 ftno11' Sunday Or Holiday Work ,
//I : lit r1ERION co. .I/ fstetlnf-'sp IlnlSARLLR None Over 50 Years Of 15c EachNO

I Age. Give Two Refer- want HUNTINtt.For' Rant.' For lent For 1 Apart._
Announcements : >. Y.O1LL Open -

0 t IM MORPHf W. Oaonrla PAINT PS.DEALER,. 7N-Htt: ences And Age. lt.l''l! ; Sue No 1 l- ::

w .i rY 1 .. I Psns..k) DeLand Paint & Glass Write Box 73, DeLand BEST OFFER TAKES

Uar-Lo Tahris Sbep,. Ul W. Oaorrl HOME* AT*,err,o.* TI41(1 Sun News. FDCTCRES> And EQUIPMENT Or

thopplnt CMIira C our Plata. N. Bl''''', DURALITE PAINTS. Exp. ProjectionistApply THE PINK DOOR

'" OR.WJIERI NICE i WHEN BECAME DEAN SY 111E hNYj CAN Mi Cc11NT 8f'ecIAL B"ulnar< DrHr...lnWANTlOi FINAL. PlupMIUon And nf Ptcim.b .
l To ax 7tw.rvE q ( FREE ESTIMATES: OrVEVAl : On mn to nerves all .tInt card and
'v MKEED 1011 100 YE1Ra AGO I NB/ER/ filEREi Y.rUiKCdJRt *ir" Wlrnirl Cinlni. a ale. Mu.ller.1'1"' "'.'111 RualneM Accnunti en Rt. 17, rarkai; nrappinf couoUn.; Excel.
? nlica for alra ponl K. 01LIA" From D'Land North to and In. Glau rounltr top and Olaii
OIS791 ON YDUR, oArAtwro t141acro uIIkN (,Pan.* Clip Hwy 17 H,
cludl.. PaatJI&! and L Palatka ahnlvleli: Llrtt Yrttllroel; Car.
I* /d
wan NEREI ptlAlll QIlRE { rrtr-0l4l Can pttlnc and pad Indtr
Hnw To Make win and and alt buin *w* In Volutia ; counter
A SIL Hilr 1'1.: .*.. "Wrltt Th. Hiir- north of t Lnd and v.nt nf Rt. Rifritarator; 4 tnn Air-contll.
w Croft tgrtlo. P O. Boi lilt fartona LIAVI Tour Chlldrtn at LOQ0E:'S 17 to County lint Moat Mr. ttnntr: Gaa furnace and '.rm"*.
LECTURE ROOM 1I Blich. Fla NLRPERT SCHOOL. R.r.rnc Swop at DtLand 'un,,",*. cor* tat; Stttl hIMni, PIa.tIe i,..
S7 E. Ohio. Phon 1J4-OK5. rr of W. Rich and Blvd. at Ito Omen and rack*; Roll paper
Porn THAT APPRECIATED Ile pm olden and ruttar; Beta box**'
1 tI CHRISTMAS OfPT DRESS LP 1II1""Y DA" Ren' rp. W... llal and paper; grow making machinal
\VJTH AEW DRAPES.SHELLS f11.: APPLIANCE SALESMAN Ribbon. and Olft wrapping ma.
ROLGERS B. Kr. 4714.7251 TI4-tltl WANTED tonal: .matl prlacinc naehlnti
Ill P 'CSnrrh Phnn. 711-let/ IW Will *nd eommlMlon' GiveI Antiqui Stair ralllnr: Elictrta:
rtfcranrn. Must b* permanent conduit and junction bevel fnr
.i1ir! .. urn bat, buntlnfT 2011411*, CsBTTBCtsnOBNCRAL Mildtntrllt. .bet 74, DtLand outaidt. Snail under round
iji t>, Ueiini Sun 1\..... Sprinfltr aid htad atom; Peg
DKLAvn HARDWARB CO CONYRACTOB board; | HI-FI ,p.:k.r ; I Anmanr -
lit M. BLVD. Phon 1J "l1lCORNELL
PEES ERTWATES: 27 Help WsnH-M .r Fsmslt title Plrepleso and '':Ilhz.oA:
COX COLON GEOROa P& TI4-I4II Dad Rnrk; Min b I
PCCIDRCOAMt THt tEEFlNOWV ether itm. ton numaroucto
IIM.T tI""U"D :01' i. Bl"4.
/ COMIFBOW THE SiUD5N IEI! Phont 734-7!>i WANTEDI On. Of mantlon. Sa Liquidator _
208 Air Csnl & fl:;:
HIP. 1 MeetingCALL to earn 5051115. rink Deer Ill W, Rich AT*
PAT 'LES' and PET MORE non I. DrLand Rtpraaantlnt Laiva your hid, Hlthant bid end
AT FPRREtLS: WE TRADE Pallor Bniih Company Mutt of Month take. All or Part.
.LES rBRRLLL JEWELERS: lava ear and ttltphon Will av- DOES NOT IVCLCDB STOCK.
111 N. BLVD PHONE 41I .rata II an hour Moot Mr. .

Serf Tub! / d: WELLrGUEMI DID YOU KNOW' that Ortii Qual.Itr ROY FRIERSON'S Inc.HEATING tr Swop of* at W DtLand Rich Sundri and Blvd**. corn 1 U.RfHrrtnr d Wt. Props_.._.Ft._**_***
RAIFff..tObEO BSTTEftGO Marktt aid DtUritoHn. III 41* 1 Load W..t. Auto aahar __*4/!
RIONT IA'HkRE (SEEMS R A LOOK E: Church hoe :TUNA and FOB pmWANTED 1 feed Hotpolnt Rf,
ALWAY6IVE *11 TAEN MYNAMENAME ABOUND! SHRIMP SALAD on Ftidir'? AT ONCE' RaltKh btiutlful ?--...__.15
OFP'N R! Deals, In DaLand Write Rallh 1 t*. Apt alia Frlpdair.
Tee cirr bur' th* Bleait AIR CONDITIONING t>>o"t. FA J 4.1 I, M.mphli. Ttnn. Saf ftar* Old __ -.. IIi
GIFTSALL t CM 40" alas Jtrant. _t8S&H'Appliances /
SHEET METAL WORK WANTED Da )rou want to aarn

GIFTS WRAPPED. IM a Florid PS... ,...elll eff t\ one, two and 24 up.n Rut ytar year round* ,I non.can Inc.

FREE THE BEST HEAT .IS OA' NEAT' ...*..n.1 work itartlnir" BOW Mint nl..8
(Opt WOIt.U.
The In tae butlnr I* .t kava car and tilaphnna Moat Mr. Ihnppdnt C..t.r)_
GRLETAG' CARD WITS GIFT Florid Rom Gil Companr. Call Swop* .' DtLand Sundrlti. earnar MOVING MUST SELL.
now for frt hutln" iurv.." of of West Rich and Bird at TOVti Now ru... Drapltaf tabjat
Y 8 FREEAT l lour hen or bu. ..... Mo eblltaFLORIDA 4.J& p.... dlahai: Floor. I.", ,.: Blnnd' din.Inr .
.. table Alr-eendltlnn.r; Baby
ROm GAS COMPAXT 2> Sltvitltu Wsstid btd, Hl-ebalr. many nthar Itami.
THE 104 J:. Naw' Tork.' Phona m-lltl 1 Antlqu Chair I Mrs R. J.
Vi-pl: .r. lit {. Lanes.

a;" ,IM N. Bird. :.Phon' 714-JT11 JANITROL do hi.*. .Phone v.nlnx 724.7211.IXPIN1NCID.. )!... .Ann Varna CASH FOR CHRISTMASWHAT

: SA. Gift Sho,.. The' Famous' Quality Boll Sttra J!;Har. TRADING TeuBrln POST Tt la

NAME la Ctntral H. tln/ and tvinlnti Mn. Ana I4n I. BLVD. PH. TU.8
: Varnado. Phona 7S4'7illCARPEVTRT .
1 Conditioning.I Call u top a tree
eMIIIITMA.lfo. lairtitloM" Glfta. aaUmata. !: PAINTING BUY WITH CASH "

Pl.EN7 OPV 14 THE FIRST CALENDAR ,114 N. Blvd. Pho 7140371.SB. 0. W. DAVIS 114-4(44 PERSONAL LOAM FROM

ATCNER9. WATCNERIi fd t Ctcktal SATE: MONEY BUT WHERE: II ,..hI"1 o".rtwlltltt 'Horn Of
'1TJ THE BLILDEBS: BCT. Geld! Carnal Strrtea"
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pECEM60RY14f. Idl E.: New TathPhan. tit-Mi

hi969i0412 CLEAN, TROT B\W-Tr two bar a/. for I....... Ulfh ill. En.CTdnpadla
DEDICATED NUTTINO ELECTRIC: CO. Mt Innate, rood lotitlen. Phones Btddlnc Van-1e.Vot. $211' Lade J
fd elnthai. Llnana
r 19dI111 : Adda and fnda,
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Of> n. te U TI4-I7IL
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Ul 1 N :":I. a-d. Pbitna-WRytnal's -\", 40 E: Indiana

,I.S I. BONK CHINA' Cupe'sne'uuNn,
i Restaurant Zo.c: 1.III.d.lln. Financial :::- eut, and ?"".< us.; ..
'Ii lamp 104 clock 75W pt c a
.ntt .. ..

2 4 'u.Mils.....a.Ulln.raltzln AI..Itmesnh.a.,.. Aecgt.A ONf US FIRST BUILDwatSEB 12 MMty Ts Uoi .- 'hole Celumbin.rend.: Tratl lnnln: : board Barr..lte VU.00d ;:30
i N. e| DaUnd.' Ph. IU4141Wkirt
WB arrania Inv Installation of r ;
any e2 our product* br oomnatantworkmaa. .
1 I* DIM"LIL"'REDHEN Call for Ins aitlmata. BURNETT FINANCE CO. Ph ". 134-4JIT

Tom Mitchell Lumber Co.
COMPUTE Lf\N' a Stales I SLBCTMIC' HANOI. roodeoadlHnn
two 4 WR ee Y1.. Ill Na .D.lawara Ph', T>441i LOAN TO $ffS. ; w rki rood. 'Pricedesanabls

Ml W NT. Ava. Phati. T2/-1tFHKO 114 S. ALA. 734-0872 !T..nlf1.'' '!*, 1" Ela.l ATa.: Fh.1LIONIL'TRAIN
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22 Upkslfltrbig-Rsnnlihbii.

GURtA It iS GNIoI CHICKIN In the In!sat the"bit.8uk AW.!, LOANS TO $600' oriel tad '.:;rIaY'1I ear.,
7 ROOT SEER0th: I, BLVD PUIII'IIITUIII' r..uII.I.t."" suite. a e
rrEUt35 CUR L LIT, ICIDI Sri '_ mad. .t pea.Dt u TRIBBLE & REYNOLDS 'Il-6271 .r 7/46/1.
'UND"la Banans am.. ens" buddt. A llttl of th
CAN YtAwt Q lla. anjojr OiH trot ..tII.. Biff way. but much 101. to per. FINANCE CO,.JNC. l4i.. Phona ,. I
I EOR CW A CICU WAY NQNI s 1I T14 Hurt".. u' ... Jlv*.. Phona Hunts Upholstery Shop Rams Ownedor Hems PMka CALL AFTER itDOONi : ,
PENCIL tal L 111,4. 'PenA 71..11.
MEET p IMI E, Carolina Phon TJ4-1I1I LIKE :3.4za ht'Cmgr; trans,
b s gLDOKIM1yuUuts llOlT.IJf LNOraEJst : eNy !1 Harlar, Sint
WRrr WHAT TUNlANXTOOOR1 Loans to $600: 11M. Can b. .en at Harold I
I wAw7 ccRCWRISTMA$1 Holiday Steak House UA FINN Oxirbri t Cirsmlc Tit Union Auto R.paI,. 111? L:, N.w, Tory'
Finance Co.Ac'3 11na, taru alt.: Noom. Call
t4 N. BOOIXVARD D1LANDM Tt7113or Y34.17. .
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pc4 glz S iMity P.ri/nBIAUTV DAILY S. BLVD. FhoH TI4-4944 COLEMAN blow,. 14*(.ii Oil wall cireuiatlnji haatar htat.r with.
111 t.ont.d:
Inmixe haatar
U f M sawcod .
Tt4y/ BAtAAM |(findaUiraurh l
yretlr Friday Klrtta' PbeaSwimming e : GLEAN FLORIDA HOME GAS 'COMPAXTarli

u, B. Rlek AM. Phona 7..1181U GENERAL: DfSVRANCE! W TV rood condition.. If TV
II" rood. Nan .
peels 111 N. Blvd Phnne fl4.4111 drum Iron Clock r*
dto New "Span..
re.r Rl Bar *
lei /rM1I, JOHN W. TUS.45R' Lathes aekt aloe II Chat ofTsJ
,tl IF srb.Nrweact FOOT \ CUSTOM i POOLE.1PION. .. rrRD AUTO LIFE' ...-.. Many *""* """*. **"
'- WALLER: ) I 4"K.' BLVDl, >H. Ut..111. ,. ,
SIWINO MACHINE' '' Draw ...........
J4 MrftatpAlShcdMORTGAGES ElattrloSel. *.r. In Sok.
i IaaTe rrWAYBSTIGLIVINt7 fA h. 1 Atciiurlii STTLEMAKERS: 1:1 B. 'BLVIX

/ Printing : MONTH' OLD ZIO RAG a.......
l FIRESTONEGOODYEAR fOR LYIORMAT10N sleet. Le el A aaiad dua to inforunata Clrcutnatinm >
Term Horn. Mar gat..' leo II..... Hundrada of
kCtO1SFtGt 3 o ANTI DELANO PLDEPALavtn Panty Stitch,., Makaa Avt.
TIRES ONE a' a A Lath Aa.neiltle. xailo Butlenbnlnu'Iewa on But
l I*-\"v..1-I\ M U. N. Fbrtds Ploe.71/d1/1 tone Blind Him*. Monotrama,
= AL,ADAMS 'HELL STATION iom.i. jour Tr111U.. erd<.r-from EMbnidara: ate Aiauma Rimaln
lei UVD. I'HOC: fI'\l1I uamxa and .piraona.) ea/da ta tat 4 MTmant sf 1/ 10. Phona
.Yltl-maand full-pat* *
r 11 MOLYTEX For aaumtia call 'all set
New. Bmrrn Baa. Haw .
OA .1441.. ProISN S15PIN. MMU. ... a *tiry Sttrt. -
E Ez. MARFAXL&rv ( *. OYwutN& it pi -
Stone. and Dnvir Ttxaaa Ifitlon 1 Mai II month: 1 _I. and 1
Ul a Boultvtrd, Phon 7141941Business 24 rr''Ita ni Ekes '.", al. I" lean 131 W. inl.r 'IJJ"1\'I: Rl1PENTI
: .. a ." .lty A.. DLnd. 1I4-IOI. OYAR1.lTEARS: WITH oaTtJ

Services DELICIOUS' NAVIL OSANOL FINS: OOOS and Cata for *dotioALSO .. DLWEtipRiDAIa \
bv til. bushel anlT BiraifnM 8..P<\1nw. Animal RucuaLfua.
Road jttat north of Ma.nnuee. Core lillt W, Itiaa. 734.11Merchandise /

Phon Ta.-NfL.
II Ss cW Services 42 PIle lt.ts, MM-SwfFll4)t

Employment SPEEDY: Eiptrt Film Piwaiaia.
t: RtMR I DeLludWoodworking Co. Blark and Wlnts' and Color'

eh p RD / M* ... BOrXDARI, PH. 114.514WQOD 41 Articles rsr Silt I>&U 141 D CAMERA N. Blvd.ANTIQUES121. lBOI'
6 ss help W.lltt'-.I
1tI: T Fi&JLZtb > YEllRtJARIANi I 1\'OIUCL'G aM LLLDLCoRlrsetnr .. ......
COM!! a ur: ; 1'oA181aCtiC' Nerve. I.T1 Il. Irlnll.lAINtlNO. SHOUT. ORDER COOK ind Walt.rM SJ Out White Draft-, WithJALOSEAL U *5155505

1 NW 1'111r Waawd tor Immadiat am.cloymtnu .
PtOOPINtt'' wIpAIR'Carp.nIry. 4 Apptr I* par*** ba.twaa IH* ft. 1M ft
Coil Noises Him. Ph.114U.t E. RICH
1a and FEED
f n> Ui*
1v b. after I PM. weekday*. III RIg Truck [top'I''TI"-T VOLUSIA STORE Bur Camilla Molr tall

..,tlo Tank. ......tee for latar appointinant AJn-n DELIVER
I / e MAfOHTSPffOXtS w 'YOU ";, v Bl TMS ONI-War: : -* 14* B. Phona TJ4-111I 4JA. OU Wes t $rt_pi
; 114-1141 II'S.TMI Mekl. ,. foP to slew Avon emu* "MAHOGANY' Drum Tibl.. Oral :
latalr n.. Inroad Oift and Marbla Top TabM. Par
RING In aur tub I* 511.11 rot Males*
ine* w. 1 lntali4 crVLIOAX iantr Twktrla*. P.l'It. Mra Frtnca* lay End Tiblta, C_.. Whauot. I "W' BtTT WB SELL AND
v M ., WATER; .SERVICE, rhoa* H Snow, I1M, i Par w* Bur and Itn STAMPS FOR OLD
I r.aN Shop) hO. IM N. YOLtJ' A V&..
e KOAN SEPTIC: TANKS IK ANY D C"orrrl:: [ Am.hs Ave. PRf'J. : n.ll1.
HAil 8.11:10: II\ 0&.4..0. CITY
s:1 DOT I INLE PIT; TmA N T' FULL TIM I. Crania Bait Fountain T TroaN Ftnr. Part lie

: WAITeisI1 Most b '..s. CONRAD w. Uiehmn LUMBER COIIPA. Y 44 U/.. Appllatw
1'04+ r r fr.r I1 Aee1. 1r. Mra s lIRN&T AnnnaSrweh
.--- .SAW rILING RESTALRAVT: N. railCOUNTIS *. CHRISTMAS 111.1. ,5(55 aadl.
Tn. Irma p."h-nto. Tall ran MURS If h'l
Earl O ..
on ovx RAT Br 1.: ft. 'w .La.UQ OCm ao.opo011... with SlAJOft HAOPLB. I4t If.. Tae Ads "4-1411I BIRGER.APPLY IX COR.NER PMnWj. WHAT AMELIAWAITMStSi A. Box A t. i."AIM Huffma oft'mark lfonlt'rf Rt..Alt 17-' FRIERSON'SUTl.

virrI TM 3UIT Will OQONANDDOIINC4VOIlAWWABT tarv mttjiod ntd. all ward ... OWNER Oarald E. Frwraen.
a nw .
W.11-S I R11 ExpanaacM
1rr LME41tAA4/r1 Pt7W0AAAAY/ TNgHALT11rUloJDRMMATAbr 6TAl.LW( 0 ITHSh'f O.TR1SOI$4 steal N." hooro at at til Knit 6* ern !1. Apply ..r. a 4..- OE.: Eltrtn ...n.der N. .l..,. Pho..* Tla-ITTI

dIOOAOW.1tRtEMDT SSOk1GN40aTlOlJPOpDO 314, AUSTilt A OIJPCIN tt7lJll 01l1S *o. Rmnal Raatavrant. Hvr IT iH MMth.iU tana old II M.LU aaw, tel' MAn_
ti WALT?, CNANCp TO WAYQ SOCLVAA0.PLEASE IS' mil* N, *' tML.nd Cad PH TJ4-IIM ......... **dWB D"'au
LOT NYA NAAIO' T NAVE 401E BLOWN CUT AA4141Clroe1TEN *>1>424I for a'.t..IIL'VE 115111, C-ASiLNL.: NSA?. BCBYTCS
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L..a01.CUMffgQ DSfUT. Surety Loan-is your best source for a loan r. .t Your Car Will Never Ba Worth More

FLORIDA LOAN COMPANY Inc. For the lowest rates and easiest terms- ,,1. .,,.00: ( : 00FF' Than It Is Now. We Are Stocking Our

: :: Lot For Our Formal Opening With Good
build :
THANKS YOU. to buy, or ,

Clean Cars. Will Highest Cash $$$

'W. Art "People Who Hundreds of Happy Hom0wn Hart Had I GIFT HARDWARECERTIFICATE Pay
People"OUR .- Our Help! If You Need A Loan B. Sort To For Individual or Estate Owned Cars.

BORROWERS See Us First. _,j| i .J xlsu=::'.

Personal Loans $50 To $600.00 Whore ..... I.PINS el VAN'S


I T.fta NM-StkklRf Glkwnn Inland Motor Sales"DOWNTOWN

... Antomatto WB..M*..

.... Cat & LOAN ASSN. I RvcbcnnsU Wire DELANO

TOPS b QCAUTT. WI... ........ Sots w.ltl DeLand
BOTTOM ruCEl' 110 North Florida AT*. Phone 734-1647 117 E. N.w York AT. I

'S FURNITUEE. ILL r WUi4B ......n E4rlpl5st Air UfUi Phon. 734-2133
Loans Sine 1926
W. New Verk: A... R>...,,, I Mortgage ,\ CIn1I1 c.."",. MIBM WII... FMtlHllllWBis.


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..&-1....&... ASPHALT PAYWO
i FUcfoi. Tsckl. WII... Tissb Rickets Open Daily!

W.IIB Oslf I..t. WlI... T.'". Tisiih. Sits 210 DOVI STtttT SPRING .AMM HILLS

.' $14.95 RAD7OB UP FROM RAY P1..UNKOVICH. U 4414 Wlit Cusp If vlhBrMt Lovely New and Modern

: CLOCK$18.95 RADIOS UP FROM Itn Eart Now Tor Av. I/ Pinilcs IS..!Iflw4lAmrtwMl 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME

AC-PC RADIOS FROM I s Ss cl.l' Price r.r Us.1,
$16.95 UP 1.". 01 N... Bind .H......U AnllsscuY .
45 42 ...... .

.PLATFRIT FROM .. _....-..-..-_- -.- --- ------------ --- itTBURKIlUOBtt
$29.95 UP I BM. form. Houaa. Newly doeor..led .. ....- .r--- ----.. n'I J.
Fo rent III "-. Ill ". .

: $399.95 UP DSSAMV Attractive ..tu... I h1 .... int.60ZMO'.
., ball borne ...."tl. DILIs. Plisse 7)44123
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RADIO & T.V. fully r* )Ion...... THE WALL "111 14AROY. FOR 4 a. N.n55. 6 ____ __
W. RICH PHONB TI4-IIM TWO modern aitractl.ely fur......... 4. yean I 15 buyimt aad MlHn. & out n
t Id... komee. Good ocaUon. Money h.rh ;" C,H 1. 4ytare
T.V. .734-8524 Will ..., eld, Al fcnroet tttun.. Walk. UNI
Fla. Lale.Park Prop In.. Brka.Phon. SOME ARE BIG, I fn. elitanre (. I ethonla Op.,oa COLONIALS NATIOrlAL
SCRTICB RBMTALS ......,.. and HI............ Will\ show 'e e. HAJUJUO OGLE JR.
tnll.l. buys,.. Not a .alelt dop PII.
IsDAiif MsttrWi t SM CD. Home VnfnrnlahedWeetaloo. SOME ARE SMALL Juat l lIII 5 ....1"... 11150. Ph. 714-1' IEOROOMS,
month. Pkene i SANK
t. T 14-um. ,WO | BR Houae. laneramlly ,
PIPS! md riTTINai. PlM iirI ftm,. sill !. wall' ItrlonrarpeL N N/40us DOUBLE CARACL
HOUSS. 170
BM FURN. per Built-in 5
and Threadlna ChumS n.Hi.l'too 21POSSESSIOH'
: :: ..; Bide.' Mall 114-1141.; month AIM I BK. far l- orMlo 111 Cnnnlant to : $16.500
Phone T14-I7I4 or TI4IIH4NICB .
lull '
JUST FOR YOU. Abel Real Estate WISE

Plww I4loy.sst S *R. Home. Klectrlo water 11.7111.HOMES 1111 N. ......... AM oo 50454s150x02. '
'u...... Only
h .to. Automatla .
till p"r menih. Or.gorLumber "Ikdlt w111. 'i.l; Misd. Sod RaSdpes 734.NM NOMEtUIlDEISPHdNf $ $ $
WJR: MOWKR BAXJCI: Co. > 714.0.151.UNFU0NI0500 SHOWER DOORS. Vaene $250 DOWNI $

m. -&EmTJRIt: : I bedroom ......... R. W. PRESCOTT n..m4
4il W TeorhltAl
!t: tONFILK: CHAIN BAWITALTON'S 171 equipment I Inuludee end .heater'.otrl. N/kitchen WWlnn.eola. TUB ENCLOSURES. Kolllait Aero Beuto ..HA' A.. 'n Cb.Tnlr$451 .... Pi....

Phone ... ) or754Slut TIMID <>r Anll"MPY I UlnnMoin mtDHOOM end MOMS Vlnlnln ooraer m 'n Oldsle.b105 549$1.1. 131...

."' N. .."'... Phone Til-Mil I.4NNoIlf111:11 HONG\' 47 Aa11N-fwa-Grn11 .17 rl.NW" $315/! b.1. IU""
of selec : THIS BARGAIN
. LOVIV.V I BH Home. full tae One nicest DOWN Open For InspectionI male HWT. Mel' .17 UM.II 11 ,.1. IU s
: ....ns I.. .... bath daluie kitchen' Nice reel $60.33 Mo. $350 N ........ I AOHIB 11./1011.|
o.rul.l OOOD FCIANCINOOI0It70RT Family Room, Oak dry ear l>eljiiiil | 'n M.roar, SUI 1.1. 511 ... I
nrea. tion of Mirrors CMARMINO I BR modes rawrolehome
1'1 IJIR. Ine. 1'1n40 I I. N.W. "011".. I Floor 5m*I III".th.llpanlM. SvrMned Lane. Pan. itte halanr 41,101.55, 11% lows. '11 ........r $3111.5. $35 ... '

wHUn DAVUD-CRAFT end Addlnr IfaohlnM J'OR RBNTi I BR HO I"B for that carport. .tlllty room. M.artrrular P.p. tt.r.. o't1t.beat encloeoinaraae. i year* UNITED 1 '11 CsdIIb. o Sill ... IU ...
appreciatedChristmas In front yard ;
N. Hd.Then. T14-IISI MBAR' BOSTON 11/-HfHOOUPHONB 1750 Price Union driveway.. lit Down .- LOW down Payment or Ml take Pral pout HI. P7ords Real Kaiala. In.. 1' C1.r.l.1 IS" '., 12' ."

.. IIOM Monlh tritia '.... and. Ins) lot ..r Memo In trade, See AI H'iul..ard 'n De" IS" ,.. $31 Rea
ALLEN-WHITE Co. FOR RENT BY MONTH Hou"e.otoree Gift.Don't MRI, )TT. 1I4-1 MU4 tillRlre.Aum Fanvhli now. mere In lor Ames. 13pFl.ns Tl -4 ,aUa ,. office euppUea. lain ....*.. IM "!to Vow Ina. Real.. r.:!:..ll(. Phone T14lll.CMOICI 71 Cbrsl.r1101.1.. $24110
": : II". for ..'., no down "" "....nt. Tour l4N Wltb BUT s.4 V>0 TIMWICRWB '11 Cbrrsl..P 1311I b.1. 111...

"Netlonal. Indiana I Ar113.1 Ph. TI4-4III r't.f' help. SA ownYotr Ph, TI4.4 home.II.I Delay- I I Clifton 11407,0.Timber UMta&War Realty JCepler A HOMSIITSS one.DAVID I* abed, SCKu Timber REAL &BSTATBClifton Realty 11 Old.taabU1 $3101.5. U&a...
11 lllllmu
I ? $ A.
BR, t bath unfurnl.h.d Home In .
: .' and Addin Machine fin. Mctlon. Corner lot 1100 per LOUISE CLARKE i.' 10RAI/M0S aaO0T- Lyon. .Hii 11 ..Ua. $555 .. au ....,,
Sale. .
I Serrtoe month Modern with tremondou.Fla Call Today! R..'..., K. __: IT IU-41JI Fhoao lll-IMf A 55 011.11 $3101.5. 131 0i.
I OK. .
f Mww3.dut-1.Mhw. room. Jio.ll.nt; furniture. IMmonth $sill DOWN DEHART Pape Real Estate 41 c..lal-lltcl..trill 4. C1nrob4 $5111.1. $35..
on .1'1)' baalnMRL 'll Yw.r101.1.. $31.0II

I CURRKT THB FLORIST /// Plr.. Ats OTT' M4-1III4.In.. Real JI4-1I44 Kat. III NIXT Lake DOOR In n.lfhoer Back. Yard will' tarlfyI Property Call ,!Mananmenl. lop detail-,Sale* _"PAfi1 n.n.. 11" ,.. IU....

UKMBEH\ FTD. DELANDPAINT Ib. n..e tIM Tinivn BT II* W." ONLY FAINT *, BOnY snorIII '11 Mrs. lIT ....,... IN....
l .J''r'y
" :! B. Indiana Phono 114.0311 M B"taHi [ake. IM f 8 It.. IniMliary. MIDtMICK.' MR. I lull let M Mnnlk 'l. Mrd VU 1.1.$3215114
W ONION PLANTS! bath, -l..lsr., I 5.BO.* ran tile Moms wool ..'a1 (duM: ) >.. fhena INIMfCOMNIM 08/ ..,....... .311 '.1. $3110..
/ WAX and White Dpan. OMH llr.plae. oikoraatraa.
M IJII 104 ll.Ml III lot I DOWNTOWN OFFICETWO & GLASS : r'l. 1.r40at'O- .. sNI 155 naay n .tI '1. Psrd $4101.5.137 !!3a
will N noolns.d
no k CAIt CtTPBUTINn ......
.. .... 10 rl, $4101.1.$24psi
IlI.0M with
Pravatt" ",." II. Seville. Flo MOO paneledcult. niide and oil' Prlo.III WHEN OR HDLUNO
central air rend, ,, heat ...'T.PARTIN OwMr lton down. It p.r asst! INWtun Cl..,E REALTY LOT, lllilll M I t '"
& ANNUALS Ine end J.nlmr: e.rvloe includedI4& -" snd 1..1 ,fil-1410.117 atrMte wuale rlt "'"... ;,...
month.curric liEu OT'!'. 154.1/44. 104.1145 1m.
per IUl'OD
Phone TI4 1TB
c. BBNVBTTIHN.DIvi. III W. Oa. 0.1. n. 7U4U1 II' FIx.Auts In.. 1e.l WL l/l JUNCTONAJ. DKouiM 1 1012
" BRIDE NURSERY Phone U...... JP- 101, t stan-ba15 ot aHOMUITl1 or Bulldlnf !<.<* OI'P K'fUUCQI
B. Voorhe Phone ,....... Centrally Located hrrtM.: H o5.s Mome. N.. I. rtt K. Ad.U .s
eeeeeeeeeeeeo.eeeeeeeELECTRIC WALK'NG dlilance From down* -Mlldnm. Tmnefenl 114.1115.p1LA T14.44M w >0. ; ....../. "....... StMMIMoMooel
. ; Artklts' w.....4l Real Estate WIRING : town. Hire t hcdmom, I mramlo.Kalh NO J'OrPm- ............. ...
0.srdwSodHard, well to IIOMtI 71 BKMM rrt.:$,tyINCOMf .
: AND REPAIRS : ."Wall trie' t
Keren need edition of 4k ..... l ''. Alinlnl "w4 CM.rolldllwh. I SCOftK, | ). i- bark .
44 Book EncKUitx.Ha. Pkon. : H.: M. LIGGETT .. Only ...._ Sad kllckao kmM .:o'e .n4 PMOFIRTVl wRI5 eeorl.rtfiM .. .
ore*, let 171 Sutl.55 .rv- ::""J..ill H AtfMMllM M Isle
170' LAKIFRONT II nrreo. HOUM.K.vrril AGENCY D.LA.u ). ..*..
IprlM _
V. W. GOULD Los. D.H4
ether' kldna. Itl...." ... : lit North 1140sTd 1 i-itMi. ..II.... nt.$.,.

: : : Rentals ; tutus.U 010.LAKEFRONT. : ,..... 3 c.JtH I: HnnMT .r ".hl",* UaHM I SIO..OOM | ..I.... hut lkMw V0. BUSIME1B LOCATION lilt HBVMOirr t d.IpryS.. ..
ow.rhoiiM '
.. 4 roomaTbalh' Now III.("". 51.......s.a.e... ..... 201 N. Woodland Blvd. fHiated an kiss fine oad noidenil.l.._... .met.OINI.MNF .. MOOSNN onnctrwitmn. I ....,." .er.,A etandu reef laa tranunlMloit.ea.r, BIU' TI HMU IsOM

.,.".mn MK' DIETX. Hroker. TJ4-1I7I. "....,. : >.. -, HHM wallP, I unit, 14 1 n t.ft "thno HighwayIt AUTO 1A1.KS. N.o5 t. Athaa*

47 Frontage 4* HMI/ .Ye "" '" I BIDMOOMS, I ".!. Mk floor new effli-e In the. rear 1/Il ..1.J'I.n' ;mThaolro_ pkone 1N-pll.

:. ARTS, m ar town sad Cnlv. I STORY, furniahed. frame home, Ida.: k.s.'. tl4.UKlnek'rtotiie ..elf loeai.4 ,. Ceuoirr Quit N,, lot of tour kla.k 4 154 ton jerkingiff M AeKAOO, .......". _..,a....
I clean' and cheap. MO til : a.t.: '" .sp d.U MUTM 14THIIC OoeliAleneF oamnd L** Mlloaao (aetnali .
IM'on w
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... n-ood CM5I/TMAI' GIFTI Sostlkm ""' .. e.1$051 .t.
1111I. tb. caU74" 7371 pt34 Week" 1":1 r. r.n oaen al'/
f'e. I'" !7- .. Oranie. R.acnnahly This Bargains 1, ,. fo H.moiaa. 114."" JHandard ........, Mass sadW..
rurnlabd apt. near prtredHARTSOCK Uti fnk. Rale. nee home, x ewaed by Do- ,.
..* and ...". K..... lilt.... REALTY SUIT SILL kl ..... 1. rlod.eampUl. 14 monthly' flood batraam Lend Federal: Ia oat nee A LMO 71 'It RISK kle N w Brat A ,
.. J4-ii... .. eloee. In and rkiee' Mchonpinc eulte .liwluded ArM end ere Hated tor .. .. ".. CHtVKOLIT. I ...i.r>, Com*'
IJ5I B VnlyOren' City I BR., hirnlikcomforiakle ... iM ooopenUon 14 I.VI""
furiISM, .part Phono 171.lilt Dor or :I.hSr II...,. Var1.trln Nan FRANK I. SPARROW 0.JHrekor.. '- .. ....,... hY_ ...'DIIO"" furalshsl, ,..... III'lJtr tM..114.yul11.. Ooo4 Urao MM.T71IU
r0a 51ad1110 Moo. Ph. frull If"" Immediat _- Real Caiaia ."'..... Pho. u...." 1 Nool .. III' Patn Pas..
:-:h''. Colored Property s 8ONL.Y .uol.n 'or Jurt MIN es.L 105pE Vnl,!on ............ p1,1LA/ COXVAI" MOMf 4 IB,. U
$11,500.00NICELY ,
... .. .... ,
YOU N.IBA ale MOUTH I h (Of' '''' ,." .. and wtntrado
Waiter eMiimo psrnNSbN
.BEST APT II......hn1551 eon. Corp 1104 DOWN..... airs The I Jim Bedroomthe NOttCI BITINI9I Oulaiandlns' one J doss eaed WILL: SACRI FURNISHEDI AJ" co. 1,.0. lIel.."... for elder ear. Call 1'4-47oi
CIN. Sft. BATMYCB. end .
iurotasd t Ixie I
) Inwiloo cad curronndlnn .
: dp.tews .rK 134403. Horns .ft corner of Kaet to lllnMe 1C family mu.t Milfortably tlBU: JlR1Cic.' Ic dMlrnble ._i,h.bofheod. I ", I balk Boo... ..sforl.h.d.tlsl sON I p mTM
Watts end South Pine. Readr 0ewut ....", furnlehod I B U "..1. home .kaa dieh.weeher I .11. I balk. hardwood fI.Nls.d "....... BuiU-la klwhta im114Illf 4 door Maren>. CieoUfnTjondldnn
4 ROOMS eM RATIO In. City, oenvenlenree. Only Cell ...d,. for .....u.....,. II....... I evae and ranee kwllt In pal .. .... Iasi. &11"-,. ',,1.U4 fk.
$ APARTMRXT IIM down IllM monthly. .. ** Solos .M'I:. .....
CHICK THII 01011. rHA rearms' Too r letal .0001 NtT HM. 5. IN Nwol -
"'.U" HI W. HOWRT (rem .Walar Corp.. 314.0510.xu5d. 01S51 2 ILL. I 15.11 ...r ,,,,,.,., 1 .1.055500rC01TS, rrMC/.w.. 35 I .wow ..u par"ryured ....'.ltl. end S ., llOO".. "ollHiI"...rol.hMboe.4 .
IIIALL ...... .
[.am Harms 1.1WNPAYM5NT *; en 155 r of Int. Cs.rssI. YMI4i11N 1961BUICK ;
.. turn. apt Can 504 I. 140 114.4141. amt loraltd oo voted otroat and rUhXkUeBFlorida
..... to downtown. KS I ,SN. rSATN1..tnt boeM, : m0,05 ..... are low. ,L4Jf. ''tCIAL "Tr1 Wa..". O sat
Voorkln. 714.1114. dtek Ioulst weaker b Iltrl.verbal j with-.O B dioeeoal.Mlrck wove.. Fits II AN OUnt'ANOINeDreto. SAFE INVESTMENTSHVJNTIN. oeo be LllmCE Loan Co. Inc.Phone Apool rh.rpl. 'l .kgy....u, sod fund Hk. i* .

.... ... Horn cad what U Is's D
.1" Double ntiniyroom. 114 III
APARTMENTS Urirk front will doubleeerporte. been waltlaefor.. J BR.. B.wllk .. ....m. Indioee Ava.. D.Ls? .. BELL MOTOR CO.V .

: t bathe heated, air. Wee lei, will hilt. tree* cad II wrte ft. Family IR. nr hobby A kl'rhec r-e 4 i,: MM.IoMlIi4'bomo. ..., Jill X. Blid*' .L nd 'HUXTINO l---P5555.0, '"4 Cu ee'U.wi'i $ .
*204 N Bonlon w, .
".ltIono4, fully eqnlDpHl kit. Partially: Is,.. IOfN. il.s. it 4 e> a. 1I4-IT4J sills. t 51101. "
...., carport "..Iu","".. lUl per JOHN E. BISHOP r..t"'t.1'Ul'J I crr4o > Bell Realty.Company < deepe r;Turn'of* d'tTeVewVlro* -- i .. lIiII.&. '!:lIwll
.. Nut otlllu.e. Surly leaeo LICBNIICO: BUILDER ..d eerden lend. : UFA.AHtT M4ROAHBT RRI1MAM .4.4 0.t 1451 V%.A. ('an I1r5 ", '5'r .145
Sri fnll T34-4H OT T84-4I4I ,. ... u4O"V'I. B. r. km Mulne WUkor. Aaauoloi* : t''A ,
TIT 0.... Place Phone n. .." 110 ...with /. Call III I LVQ SE"k':: 11/4.11"1 tit MR. ...... Phs.114.nnIV 5o4 ..X NIITCSIIsOI4II .

:'.:'. J JI:; ;t.rt.IIL.-I': BR. located ..... icoiker' with U" W S 5041./, 00 1411044('01tPY101E11 III.' IM05 1$4.44 -

Mia. Phone U4-1UT. 2 t home on an core .. weeieido yew .will OtAjUTFftMkl. twoImmediate SEE TIIIS FIRST .: : 1hp.diN flooro ":!,: balk.OMIdllloood ; ,NUNS 854.0155 d*i".r.l;.*.,
entire block that consistsof pooMeelon .1. ktrao .** .
funlshM Aport"C If dfelred led NIW | BR pad 4 BR Memo '. pus MaUcnol S .
,....... I WANT' sIifi: homo mat oenipMed 'lo ctood rtoeol.hw fao e4. |OM1MM4 4Ill lot W1U I COUNTRY Nn.mdt55h ( "
.. 0..1111. Call IF VOU a $ ml -
.. foP. 22 lots. Paved on all with boat 15.1. .. cod flenlnn u... but no anew ibo lo 4 l OMK 00aai .m tahed al Patol N/' Ho. eMMO. Vlre.
I IJ TrsldrTrMkt
<< R. APT 1oee III r.nun.. I four' sides. Good location. dork I bats Net one left KM t. Mw.MCCARRIER Doi1 Orlu. corvine IMUeo .410.. _fnn...... tM*..i. kmi*.
.... 4 Mot "and 15)4. water lp..... I I'tcen mie wMk 10 $11.w * REALTY etoec 'II. Free eeUmelee. MUM* aM |aH.. *M'e. 0, tnndar.IT 'N 00001 11 h.
..... ,!....7l. I Only 13500. Terms. terete. ImmeSJale poo* Orko cow rellabla.. Pheeo' 114.4511.A **; nu WAif IND. INC. tin* LAW smlreWM*.' =
LANB REALTY Mecton. O3 w. P.". .* ....."| LOV.bV | Flo. a/a..
I 1 bedroom 5$ wttk Mrs. Alva C. WilliamsSAIONA.LSf bllee legation. IMO .. .. 1.:41' ) ) '
: tk N HonlevardPhono pT
W.I.. "H/W",......bust,. ho Vete. day TI4-14I4 NI(. n44M4COWNIM BNRN ""- 114453 AAA Realty ._.. pk. 114.4.4t Its 4 D D.i7.Real Estate hoe.. SM4.TApO ttI.. 1314'011

LOT -- t HfCFTUM ; ffI... sM ....._ 111 W. Mawr? Ydu L1MdaS I

..d _ple Jan... Call let .UnfmlakodI ....... ePhone Kouce..tu SnrM. Oaro.eA I BM. I Pail 114 B._Ur.4mo.. A.CIIIff"ttIAt'I'OII e, rice..'tUtfa 400.FY14 A DOWN PIU'U"-'I'11If1'l$G4.41 SKII}dC)(. 7* 1111list.. t i.l..nMfflf U ,..,..,.". .........

It. Memo. Bar 0141001 e4 lown. I*S : .MI 5. PION AYt. 5 5B. 1
IN I BB-. lad fl"or ,.,.. DELAND' REALTY INC. .. Ad.lle, pk 7>.....l or 7Ml'J CORDON E. HOLZMAN Meo>ra Home, f no bath owMadI.yMsss PMIPsTgNI Bsw 'hid .
Adatta TO... I....,.. altar en*. h-tlll-HO. etovo aod o.... ( .1\v.'If'.l.' "dJR
; : 30 $01 $355.4., I ':'''N'. 51,4. OWNIII fore ernfnrn LSAVIN9, S man..1lul will IR.*U Oraa.< Oily m-4 o d lMdo aod .... Ko t ,110..... 51105., r1.

tone let floor fumv !>.. CB 1 m. ISIS W. S.rssIodTARGET : COLA HOMES kHffOTTm.l! '''i. Ml.IIM M s.f$5M/brLIt3a1P
... lt55r tows ssd 11so.m.. 170 BRAUN REALTY A.o. 5'1140 50050111,0" 5.5.' /// rt......i IM. Beel Ed: ,// 74A 1111 btItC
..IL U. W. 11..1. N/3431. Earl :,,. A SB. / 10,5. read .
OTTO 554th..SpPR.a. _
I SAW aM MAMMSN MAN ertlk R/PAIR. sod 111"1'
'''' e55.xmaulbrat.d ?$441f5 FOR TODAY I ..with....oek fleore.fteore One ooe with wIll....Tor..,.. c.llta. wool *... onUM .*.. -l4 JO PECK REALTOR .II- M p4. ...'.. .,sNrw Sad
". A Water sad llhla Moo.. '... Mtoiaoela* I kodreooj I "nl5r.' 5?. 34l04'4$
N.: APO. /.. 5.fmr. 4 ::: First Builders Corp. 1 140.4.UNIT R.55 Apatest 1.51,4. Cbw 55 5.5ko. Is.I.keel..., eee with,Wl 414454....... 525.IMO t.'oM35'.atr"a. oireei. 6* arr 00155 PI 441.43. MM14IBraorti .I1I. "'011." Ph... "
". FUMN. AFT. atoo I BR. IU S FLORfDA ATTB.PMONB 504 .14.. 11/,144 Ol1OD bolit. ... kith/.. .'n sax. ktboIf ( NISD MOMS?, -"Int"'r. '
:. '1.' l>*t W. 714-1 IMMUST TCltVIIv dee* weB "It.r M.: to4 'ISM 1SA1.55 r .. .N '110"I'''' W. 1'' fORBITT: I M/.14. oYN/54 :: : .";r.'I.r .:-
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Tart TW MerkH I rw dowe aennentcierl keeHorJll MlWer 7-H PeBory.
ew ,AC'UriCI.MIf_' Mew :,: Ills, ON b.lpr15.15 nr. : rTt_ m-lite. .. : Uae TtM4
Hwy 44. W t.rrR'UKHCD. I fifC I balk benw, 44 lp5t.s $515. Coup ,..... '$r5 cl lied eo4 a.. feS 114.555. Pboo .. / =tine, .: 1174.
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WrM APT. OnrdM O, Inrlnf 4ierdea Minn.t4744t eSQw5 .J1HtA..
\: D FLOOR H- -0>Trt MrokMn neeiel. 1.9\.*... 'BMARINA It..urtI" ..
rho.. 11433317, BH. HOtKK. l lPAKTtT ..-. HURRY. EDWARDS 4 1m. Jy' boik.41MO Ia.rO.s. aw& 70,15 NiMMNN; Autwwliva. 1101, 7NIPDIr0 rL55.51(. .J.w
...It lo twro Sad ork tl /..
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._. ....*. L .....?. ".. EVERYDAY \. -,:. fff .- 1orLps#, [ ..... .. .>, >. ..... 10 A1luls1M1 PiP Site : eV Hive.4W : 4- 1
...'" FISH Moors. .Ip ,, and Baoje. )
COLONIALsTYLE.. .. .atp '11 "OaYf'.u.ubI'n Marine SeppMoa, jMnrgfc IHfela
1YIs sPMW lln0Y
115tnYALLNCIA ..
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BRICK FRONT 2541 040. 510 Vu.A :::. t.w T. 4.
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VILLAS = \ : ___ CASH
IS MtItrCydet I u.. .
: It=" 1511. .11s = e sttlo over e yea* otd end hoc JOSEPH S. PECK W ""
NwaS IS m. been 25.4 7.4 over IMwetb $14.900$1,000 DN. Real Christmas Bargain owbsfbODELANO : "
... Ybs fvreieMnir ere 4bk IEAV7IFUL TO WOK AT, A Xu &ffAU1fOad' MOHDAr, list, dl
.d, rc:.(Eli 21173/-4$10 s.. I.*.*... OM .r.:. NtWI Aa M N BrMB free wirktSIBc 'ho $ 4554*?' STATE BANKOf
\6 II. &.. .!rixncr, not. Sad fjjet: Qm ae4 i 'IM.=4btmust Co o /, lJr-lM, Lw '51a Of OeM : ;I''t" P1... 134.4110 !
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..... A1AO JEJH. XI&W.aIll sow... 3.:'S Woo eoi botnxn wuA flreelaec) e..'ia/4.o4. bH4odrowor F1ortdor > Y'.OTTINGHAM.;;::7 l0.4idsDNr40 B Wp 47 A-AIt... 'NN LHWA.-1 SW' hh1. ... N It AIIiWir1 W..s.4

'NI1or .. .. .Y51.a ,.,.. ..4 dee*, .noea .*.*.o- __ ora.t 5"fl .00.. iii rir..... i
/. 1. 'J )L I'A lone dee* Ml f.. Me 'r_ LAND ... SOLD OUT AGAOq
,. ..... ,.. 0554ps 5a.15 ookerrowa &t" -31.h .
l .. .... IT wt.n end corperV Corrau MUe. M I REALTY ATSa.zSl TMiajof SOPS pTMtaot Ill Y i ".'i"" '1..10'- t.W I 505 N ...
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The Georgetown College

Tigers downed the stubborn
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Mercer University Bean, I.TT. College Highlanders rang up

i and the Stetson University Hat- their ninth straight victory of

ten defeated the battling Wilmington the basketball campaign

College Seahawlu, 8370, a loss last night u they downed
in the opening round ofhe the Florida Military College
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seventh annual Hatter Invltatlonal Ed Slemer and Jury: Hagen

Tournament last night in bombed the nets for 26 and :0

the National Guard Armory.In points, respectively, at they
'the consolation game tonight parked the attack for the Higi: *
It will be Mercer landers Close behind care
1ea tangling Carey Beasley. former" Steps'a
with Wilmington at 8:30: for rjkAhi.v Froih eager, who bucketed '3.
third place and the trophy that High scoring honon for te) '

son to this' winner The Hatten Knights of Coach Jerry Jones .

will meet the Tigers in the tea went to Gary Hogue of Jackson

hire contest for the title at S:30 \llle with 14 and Dan Sherman
of Lakeland 13
with the championship on the i I
line The Knights stayed fairly close

The selection! of a Basketball i throughout the first half and
Queen will be made during the were down by only 3627 at the
halves Last night the field of Intermission but then the High
J. 11 entries wu cut la half and landers pulled away in the second

WILL LEAD 1985 DELAND BULLDOG CRIDDE:RS Bobby Black, center, last night was named the 1965 tonight these finalist will ap half
football for the DeLand School at football held pear before the Judges once I This wu the final action for
captain High Bulldogs banquet in the school cafeteria, Bill Bart. again The new queen will be I the Knights until after the ChrIst.
"'lett, left, and Tommy Lawton were selected At alternate captains for the '65 squad in a vote of the playen. Black, announced at halftime of the mat holidays They depart for

"'I\lard; Bartlett, an end; and Lawton, a fullback, an had fine junior campaigns for the local irldden. (Sun. championship game. their homes tomorrow morning

:JJ:twi Photo by Gilmore) OPENING GAMEIn : I and will return here on Jan. I

the first game it was ; for their tint home test on Jan.
Georgetown getting off, to a 9 in the DeLand High School gym
FOOTBALL AWARDS GIVEN quick lead and out of danger I against the St. Johns River Jun

most ot the way They held a lor College Vikings The preliminary
V quick 10 point lead at 14.4 with game will pit, the Florida
1419: to go In the first half. Military School Black Knighti
There were several other 10- against the Taylor Wildcats of
point spreads during the first 20 1 Plenon.

j [ lack To Captain Bulldogs minutes of action and finally it I PMO roOrl t

;, was Mercer 40.27 at battled halftime.hard In the nips Rrd.r Ph.rms.I ____?,___, 1{ 'l 0 I.e e

closing minutes and ,came St.,, ..._.......,_,., : : t:
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through with a press in the final .,,....,_-,, t' : a
five minutes of play that brought DJ TIIEBE Senior 510RHester I :: .
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them closer to the of --
i Bartlett Tigers but not Edgewater emued tlrleNt.nd I
Lawton Alternates quite close enough With 1:12: this,, flail goal In the bucket -==,1! i t It l '

left In the game the Georgetownfive for the Stotaon Batten but II Orl.n",..,... JO 10 T 'T. T
.. wu on top by 7973 and night white Larry Edena ((51) rkn.R.s ... ,._ 1 U
t with '33 seconds to go It wu of the ttUmlngton Reahawks M.r.n _.....M f I. 1
v? Members of the DeLand High Bobby Black.Making the pAlo the team.. This year the nameon above players did not get ,Jacked' only six points,. 8377 but that wait for the rebound that did J.nnn" I' I t
School football team and theircoaches entattoa was David Gunby. the trophy will be MIKE at they already had them The wu It.Scoring. not came Healer finished with tmnt.r t3
met In the school cafeteria SPECIAL PLAQCE MURPHY in honor of the Bulldog !latter two have already lettered balance was one of 21 aa the Hate woe tt.7*. (Sun clanks: f I r'':
Jut night for their Football Each year the members of fullback Who died on Nov. 6 In baseball. the ke>'t tt the attack of the News Phot by Clinton) TsItOIALli': __ : If
Banquet! and heard Gene Ellen' the DHS coaching stall get to this >ear. ,Other first year letter.wlnnen\ Tigers of Coach Bob Davis aa er H 7:--' 11racn

pen, head defenilve coach of pother and select a player they Letters and Jackets were also that did receive Jackets werDon L well ai their fine speed Four and the Seahawki went ahead \ dj'j: ___ :r 35--OS
Jhe University of Florida! Gaton feel bu made the most 1mprovement presented to the various winners. Whalen, Mike Oliver, Ricky men David were Lee in double figures wit for the first time at 101 with
showing the
has the guest ipeakerHighlights over the teason This THREE LETTERSHeading Taylor, Gary Giovanni, Eddie way with
of the banquet were the Moet 25 point on U ,out of 19 tries 1!:41 to go. A free throw by
year Improved Player, this list were Apgar OQuinn, Lawton, Ron Rawlins
,the various trophy, winner, (for Award wu won by Paul Timlin' and David Hanien' who won Black Rusty Golf Wilbur Duf from three at the the field foul and. three for Moore with five minutes gone In CappellettiIs
the 1964 gridiron 'campaign and and presented by Head Coach their third letter. fey, George PetHnglll. Rick Raw. lineGary the. game gave Stetson a 1311

""the announcement that guard TOfI1, }sly|,, Gaining' their second letter lint, Timlin, Walter Anderson, Frledly.Bruce followed bucketed with It and 17Dewalne lead and they were never headed
TOobby Black had been elected .
special plaque wu displayed were Breckenrtdge, Ronnie Dennis Kleindorfer, Arthur Pai Tom Trlpman .was close behind .,
"by hit teammates the .
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far the first time and will,be Smith. Bob McGJumphy. Nor roe, Ken Drury and Bartlett I with 15 ma-kers A I point scoring spurt by MVP
; the 1963 football team Named
given each >'ear, This will be man Mansour and Mike Cooper Other managers were Pat Moran High scoring honors for. the the Hats in which they blanked
tfe. serve u alternate captains
piewa the Mike Bill Trelchel and Tom the Seahawki for a little more
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SMth Black were end Bill Bart Murphy The boys getting their first game and the tourney to date
4 and fullback Law. mortal Trophy and will go (lethe J letter were Ken GUI and Mat Tubbe, went to Bob Reeves who tossed than three minutes helped spark: NEW
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Tommy AP
Most Dedicated Player> on I clef Donald Lel er. All the In 23 polnti In the second half the win. With a:29: to loin the ) CIAo
jlon.An to the Mercer half the Hats had a 13 point leadat Cappelletti, the decisive factor
pace with
.three of the 1965 footbaU Evansville '.5' 31, He connected quintet 2)17; and they began to in many of the Boston Patriots'
with 15 of 35
leaden' potted fin. record during Pipit 1 OEUNO (nOIIDA) SUN NIWS THUISDAYI17,1964) shots from the floor Also?in stall the game victories and league leading

: the 64 season in helping double figure were Tommie The Seabawki cubed In with scorer, hu been tamed the>
the local grtdden to a U record Poll Leader Wilcox and lick Maroon with IS six straight free throws and reduced Moet Valuable Player in the
and a S.3 mark in the Or FIVE OTHER BILLSGilehrist and 12, the lead to 29.23 and American Football League by
..Belt Conference. . .. . { HATTERS respectively ROLL trailed at halftime by only 35.30. an Associated press panelCippelletti

GIVE TROPHIES P, TheUnbeaten As.esl.b/. Pr... In the, nightcap the Hatters ,SECOND HALT formerly a def.n.
The first trophy went to the Evaiwvllle waa a displayed some fine offensive Wilmington came to life in the live .back, moved to aa end-
Moat, Valuable Player and 'this Is UnanimousPick unanimous choice today ai the spurts and also plAYed'lome out early itage. of the second half flanker Job Re scored half of

:tat won by this year a captain No. 'I' basketball standing defense in several key with a scoring. spree that' netted Bottom point and led the
and team quarterback Gary team In the weekly Associated 1 spoil a| they shot their'way into them a 37 37 tie with 11:42'maining : re league with 155 points, a record
Breckenrldge, It wu presentedby Prose poll. the finals with lunlnr Ronnie in the game total, with his place.kicking and
Dr. George Frlson la .behalf The Indiana, college, which, p i Moore of New Brockton, Ala. At this point really went to paw.catching ability
,fit the Elks dub On All-AFL Team Vita Notre Dame, Northwestern netted 24 points and senior Bill work: on the boards and the Hat With one big
and Hester of Edgewater close be ten'began to hustle The locals game igahwt Buffalo. still
w This year's Sportsmanship Teayhyr Iowa among Its five victims to be
wu awarded to alternate wu listed on top on all 16 hind with 21 bagged 10 straight! points while played Sunday for the Eastern
IlptailBob Apgar. end and ballots of the members of the IP Df AIR Junior Ronnie The score was knotted at. tf holding the Seahawks scoreless Division title Cappelletti has
tack for the Bulldogt This ,NEW YORK (APt( Despite Houston. Oakland and Denverone 'voting committee : Moore M gmrd.forward from with 18,07 to go in tb, first. half for minutes a little more than three caught seven touchdown poses

ward.Is. given annually by the serving time on the waiver list, each.Fl'ect These ,showing spinet major New Brerkfoa, Ala.. DM been Once again the. Hats began ind kicked 35: field goals in 38
Jens Cub and wu presented Buffalo' fullback Cookie GU" Arbanat at tight end and college powers earned the AceH impressing limbos! Inlvenlty/ their control left in and once attempts Th. 30-year-old form
for Darwin Bennett Christ was the only unanimous cornei'bark Dave Grayion were III" points, almost doubling the Ba ketb)01 tarn with his re- I again the Seahawki Inched er Minnesota player' also kicked

....The Klwanls dub each y.arP""fnta choice en the American football the Chiefs' representatives. Corner point total of Second place beuarflng abUlt,. Ijul sight I This Christmas'I i closer,?and It wu a 45 with 10:11 M: conversions and caught/ a
a trophy to the Beet League All-Star team named by linebacker' Larry Gran- Crambllng. which also hat wonIti lie..led the Rata in acorlng with I to play Moore and Hester then pan for a two-point conversionu
jBlocker and last night It wu The Associated Press, them made It for the Jets, receiver tint five ttartt. Grambllng\ 24 points and again was lough =Give Your Youngster I fired. up the Hall once again permitted in the ATL He
awarded to next >eari captain GUchrtat, one of six Bills en Charley Hennlgan for the received 88 points eft tile !board. (Sin Newt A and with the crowd cheering broke his own scoring record el

the team picked by a OUers, center Jim Otto for the The; Top Ten! ,, with tlrat.plal'fin Photo. by Glbnore) A CUSHMAN them oa they bunt into a 68 30 147, set In 1961
Wins panel ia the eight\ league cities, Raiders and cornet'back Willie purenthwe, and total points: lead with 5:44: to go It wu 80.61
Jfp 72-71 wu the only player on either Brown for the Broncoa 1. Evansvllle ((16) 160 SCOOTER with about two and a half mlnutei '
*. the offensive or defensive tmtta Otto has been an All.Star for 2. Grambllng 88 BASKETBALLRESULTS to go when the 1 lonerspushed i Key Club 5'
MOBILE. Ala lAP) Ralph te get all the votes and regainedthe \ the five yeas the league hu S. Pan American S3 hard to close the gap u
TlBM-a two polnta In the Uttttinute fullback spot he lost to Oakland been in existence 4. Wlttenburg 43 don't mist the the game ended. I

gave Jackianvllle Col 'i dera Daniels last season Ten others, were repeaters S. Southern Blunts 41 The only other Hatter la Wins .3734Bucketi
t leg*. a 7371 buketball ,victory Involved Jn a. mid.season 'battle tram, last year-Alworth. Un' (. Freeao State 31 MATTIft INVITATIONAL double figures wu freshman ,
., wet Spring Hill College of Mold 'with ,Coach Lot Sabair. thatrtwglt&Ianhs.beklgptalld 'coin! Mix,. Barber, Shaw ,and T. Akron JI 1 QtffTftt** IV M.t.r TTitttsro1 FUN Bobby Jenkins of LaGrange,
*,Wednesday night. \ 'on\ ''Arbldu,on offense and,, False, YoongihMm 33 l it. N'.Imulte. TeA N i KyM who dropped: 11 and continned \ by Tommy Rebinsen
**F cad by Tom Blcki attack to aka basketball and David Norton IB the over*
the. weJvtr mv" GilcJwtetipwcee Seetak.; EUenhauer: aadkGran: WlnatoivSalam 31 >h rlU*> uMnr. e
Whh 18 points, Spring Situ had ed :to":make; .amends, re- them! tet defeaae; "4 Rockhurat;) 30 Urtenrto JO U, fLORlPA J.I.U.ltl' knowledge lid all.round play time period gave the Key Cuba
:bit! '.Jacktonvllle in the second fnlnedthe team and pot hlmeelt "U i Another freshman Jack Dortch 37.34 victory last night ever
Jtuf until the last minute Soph Into position 'to, become.the first L COLle.t of Augusta, Ga. got hit first the Klwanb la a Biddy Basket,
Dick Pruet scared 12 [ By Tilt AIM oeiu. Press starting assignment for the Halt ball League contest at the De-
smote player la the league history to ,
semis. for the vUltors, Spring! become a two.time lOOO'ardJTOOnd' ,See The All-New: Neptune \ ....111 75. t8'U4 14 and did a very creditable job.. I Land Junior High School gym.
fen llltot. It Irmfti SI I High ICOrin the
IWs freshman Mike Baker hit
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. Army.. t>:.:.. Nurot ria .:TIt. t Bight went to of the
and senior fat Ella for M r IS l r 4 1Anl.rroa
; nU. needi n yards in Cala UI4 L. *!. ('en.n IIRu'pn i ...... __._....n t.1 I visitors with 2L
Sunday key against Bos-1 "/ CnlUIII'. 17. ( 4WIle..a For the
Mite"Outboard losers
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ton that will decide the Eastern MITt Y4 __ 1 t.a Williams showing the way with
Division title Kawever, he'flaUrH soutH .frlfagiCLJSHMAN. 13 N.wtq ... InI
BOlding to have tough going r.J.': ... L"lem.ns 95'MeiDwi., iI. arcM R.rr.mTACI-= .1 Jc: J I Four games are scheduled for
Results against a Patriot deteua that Motor I. o.. .".. PC rtRs.Mr t Saturday Ia the opener at I
had three men earned,to the All- : 0.-: n.15eTa(ru..i. tl.OVTNwtIT ..... ..-- w1 ..; s a m. tt will be the Jayceei facing
Stat team : esewtseMm-----_ .t4 Zf I DeLaad Federal aad la the
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tm M*..4. 4,.T .m N I I.irlti an Breton placed live men 1.7 Hone- i Iu ptuelse. .rL .H...U aLBPACar ._---4. 7'' 1: Enterprise meeting the? !]h.

M*. IMt C H*en fi thr, w mrny, 417 MIAMt01.1 on the team aa did Sat 'aWestern $8950 7L". e,4'wvwln Iu'1a' I trretr :=:: .:---1::' .\J# The 1:30 baD game scheduled
Power .
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slAl.s, s. ny Nlah .Ines,, tell Division champions I TOTALS It u-17 over. Red!* Station WOOO. will
Acknowledged at king of tile
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with the three defender end ,. A9 118 ya all jware ef lOW Dot811 FAYMHT.. tc .. ,
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