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118 Perish In Nursing Hom.e Fire I

Two Others Missing As Blaze' I Firm i iI

\ Four Are Killed

In Illinois Fire I Sweeps Building. In ,Indiana b fL1 Tr :- Appeals -

\VINHELD, HI. AP) Four I .
maintenance employu of the FOUNTAJNTOWN lad. AP) The cause of the fin wu not around the building and ...-.a. : .
Cu Page County Convalescent -FIre roared through a Boning known immediately.Nurse's t red! through a back door. Fire r_ .
Horn were killed today in a tin home la bitter cold today In aide Myrtle Donahue mea found her la the kitchen.
which destroyed their quarters this central Indiana community taken with U ptttents to Major She was among the survivors. r RulingWater
in a cottage on. the Institution' taking a heavy toll among Hospital in nearby ShelbyvUle\ Dr. Lucisn Aisle, Shrtby: 1 '
grounds the aged patient. refuted treatment for amok County coroner said 11 bodies rah
Two other! county home em Sixteen bodies wen removed inhalation until she had told had been recovered from the
ployes and a fireman. were IA.ured. from th. smoldering\ ruin of nurses which were diabetics or. ruins and one man died ea muttto Rate Issue
the two-story wooden and con needed special treatment a hospital after he was found. {
Some SO firemen from Win- crete-block structure. Two rescued "None of them wanted 'to lying vnconscioua Inside the! Continues'To Boil
field! and Whettoo.. about 25 Inmates died and two wen corns out" aid Paul Wblttlng- front door.DIED -
miles west of Chicago fought mUslng. ton<< 'a volunteer! fireman. "1& IN BEM In Orange Qty ;
the blaze la ten weather. The Heroic work of three attendants was Just too cold." The coroner said five ot the '
main buildings! of the horn at the McGraw .Nursing He said one elderly woman dead, all women, wen found lathe __ IUII.News JLN6L'InTR
SUM Write
which touted 169 elderly per. Home laved 13 patients one of escaped from a front door In concrete block addition.
ORANGE CITY thecontroversy
eons wen not threatened. them burned critically. I her night clothes, walked Others died in ttttr beds. Uke
Uttle wss left of the structure ever relocation o|
..... ... ... ..... ...... !L ..... hut the wlIl. A ChrLlmla' the county seat, the dispute oven
+ -* -rf '. -t- -T- wreath'-still bung 'on t I.-front water rates hen appears to be
door. developing a "never to end'

One survivor was taken tnte; a : atpect. ,
I Latent! development ta the
For coo.
30-32 Forecast West Volusia Greenfield.private" home Ind and The another latter Was to frowsy which has been before;
the Florida Supreme Court, 'the
\ critical condition.
reported : Publlff Utilities Commission and
Sheriff Edghlll Monnset uptmm'I.nd Circuit .
Freezing temperatures are forecastfor Forecasting cloudy and much cold. headquarters U the by tilt Court tnwt'i revealed attorney, >

West Volusia tonight, but winds er weather with occasional rain for home of William McGraw, owner Graham el DeLsad. ,,
and clouds are expected to prevent of the home and whose .son, BASKETBALL QUEEN AND HER COURT-Attractive Hunter Jordan, ccn. Graham said that the'Orange*
frost from forming. tonight Dean said that Saturday night William operated It. Icr, 20-year-old( junior from Hi N. C., last night was selected ti the 1664-65 Qty Water Company had appealed .
According to a prediction issued would be rather cold but that no frost The sheriff and eprratora Basketball Queen for Stetson University. She wal sponsored by tht Alpha XI Delta Circuit Judge James Nel

by DeLand weatherman Rollo Dean danger is expected Sunday morning. tried to compile a death list Sorority and the selection: was announced during the. halftime of the championshipgame. son's ruling last month that the

the mercury will plunge to 30-32 de- Yesterday's high at Dean's DeLand from their memories. Thehome'sgscnrds The first runner-up was Dime Gunman lefi(>a 10-year-old sophomore from town has Jurisdiction ta setting
burned. Silver Springs Md., Who Wit sponsored by Pi Ksppj-Alpha The ascend water ratei. -
green -' about 30 degrees: .below this I ltlon was 79 degrees. Temperature STAR tS FALLA APPEAL FILED
morning's low of late this morning was 71. fell after runner-up was Linda Guenther, 19-year-old sophomore from DeLand and ipon The '
stairway shortly appeal, dated Dee. U. has
the fin erupted trapping all toTed by Sigma Nu Fraternity, (Sun News Photo by Climate) .' been. filed to the Dlatnct.Court

patients on the second tko 04 Appeal lit Tallahassee, but It
COUNTY AIRS: PROBLEM Severe Cold, A staff of two nurses and the SMATIIERST AIDE SPEAKSChUI11hCl"S Work will\ probably be at least four
operator of the borne escaped.A Begins months before UM cat Is beard
nurse's aid, Fanny Wicker, Graham anti

Use Of Convict Camp Grips Much la"The nor 60s.fin said broke: out apparently Views Called On Pfont ForPretlntlenrys wives Before the the sue edit, a et wait appeal'n of 110-

In a knee clout la a first days is required after the ap-
floor\ hsB. We weren't able to theme filed. During this ptI'\\ d.
Of Nation resell eayene-upstairs tMoc... Cl8tl J la completed and
names, \immediately drriJJ briefs an filed
M Jail Is Consideiied r By ite ......t", frtn stairway Mocked ,influence! Lcgisliiiion : "After the ease lands ta TaflakaMee -
( A severe,,told spell gripped "We'. emeilet' smeksv. ..tWtfFreace ': t. .Mean.Mal. atsl arguments will be. a
.. much ol the nation today, plunging (the second! nors) pewIt I>Lsttd yesterday.ea ll'e1fnMloUoIt scheduledCrshtm, said, and
temperatures below zero and kr'IIJMI.'OI Coat ran- fit a raatnr plane. yosslbfy/ these may be to Tallahassee De
Velusia County Commissionersyesterday ftspiacement of the bAQ.r'in; the la a doze states and adding fly then'e a Href, r Action by chambers ef commerce About SO members and guests a KJO.OOO .Isdllty fee Castle Land 'er we ef '.several ether
considered! the pooh basement at about 112.000. snow and freeing rate to stricken "One (patient) fell h the r at all levels has definite attended yesterday's' luncheoa Farms Ine., retail distributorsU eats, stare the session are
Commissioner Ralph Richards areas kitchen I picked her and Central )Florida et dairy prod held all ever the district I
blUty' of expanding and renovating ay Influence* congressional 'l tlalatloa. > The National Affairs Committee ucts.
the county convict camp asa voiced opposition oa putting Temperatures wen below dragged her eat. I dragged the acting administrative studies pending legislation and Meanwhile. the water eemI I
Jail to hold some of the Inmates money Into repairing the facility. tro from Washington State to three more out then they asslstsnt to Florida's Sin submits resolutions te Florida'representatives A Volusia County building per- comply I expected to continue U
now held la the Volute Burkhart had noted that "the Wisconsin and south to Nebras wouldn't let me go back in." George Imsthen said yester- In Congress, mil lor ttWOO wu Issued to wiu the tows erdlaute
County JaIL Commissioners took building Is la such a condition ka. Cold-wav. warnings were la An the rescued bnuenti' Te slay. Warden had these comment Ovw and Malmnorg- eontrsc- adopted la August which pro.
: should a severe fin occur, then effect for a 15-state area from ten Site being staked out for the BiMti I minimum charge ex
BO action oa the proposal. taken to MaJor) Hospital In SaribyviOe. William F. Warden Jr., spesfc oa world sad national Issues i
scathing' would be considerable amountof Texaa to Ohio to Delaware. new plant which will process ease of t2 tor MOO gallon of.It"
a .
Concerned over the None wu reported in leg at a luncheon of the Natinnsi PANAMA CANAL -
I la the building col- Rain feU along a band from dairy products and fresh milk. .
danger .
denunciation of the county Jail serious condition.JTVn Affairs CommKtte .tLalld' De- Desplb .
rumor, Warden sees B
the Texas coast to New England .la south of ntormco me
ICmMM4 Fu Twt
en ea SRUA.
I << Correc II FaDIJ'I: Clumber ef Commerce, '
treaty ta which the United States'
a eppr1athsosDInspector, and a freezing rain -and' sum' Influenced about three quarters of a mile\ Tb. erdlnanre was adopted toproem
said were
extended firm central Tint units from a IS-mBe rsdl- legislators would promise not ta build a east ef U!, IT. a proposed rate increaseIWffllrl
state deputy fin! :jnanbaL commlsilonen RoeluSlates.. through Kentucky to the eaiten tie rushed Into this hamlet U P'tatlyby "persons who Ukhe canal to replace the Panama IeeWte .s .. TM.
\ are looking '(or a Great Lakes mUM southeast of IniflsnspoUs. risks In our economy thebusinessmen. waterway, "Congress would II.Y' Officials! at the enrnpan/s
place to detain security Inmates .UVZSTOCK LOB9ESla About M flremea fought the ." er approve a treaty blackmailing headquarters Ia Daytona Beach
Montana, etti- bt... The home wu shout 300 Warden, a former psLand IC..tlim4. .. Pare 'T..> were not available' for comment"
T. W. Sales OfficeConsolidation ranchers early 'r '
Deputy Fin Marshal yards from the Fountalntomi resident wu special guest at has
mated livestock losses la
Burkhart recommended: that Immediate the fin ststloo.Offidale he meeting the fMUt "H'. eight etiloutlsasite af which
thousand of dollars
and the
steps be taken to eliminate ssld most of the last la 1JM at which RankA.Ford Aft la
National Guard patients '
the fin hazards the jailor helped : assumed the chairman- DeLand.
that the Inmates be evacuated. anow-dogged coeds They wen said from records eastern wnvdestroyed Inn..lea. < hip from' Russell Peters,. outgoing The new plant. 'will! CICIIIiaJ.'f..
State Prison Inspector la A herd of 1.000 sheep wandering and tt would tskesome chairman. l I cllluee for processing dairy prod- K\
his monthly report stated. The By HELEN: miLE aimlessly la a blizzard Warden cited legislative acts i vets, including cheese and tr*
use of this Jail for the put severs Sum News Stall Writer crashed through the Ice yean hu come near to Peter Stevens, president ef lake south of Mild City Most Firemen were hampered by Including a* Income-tax cut, milk.
Rohr Products. DeLand and Montana etfldals said 230.000: lack of water. They broke Ice enRrandywln. Contractors
being inhuman. +He also-termedIt which had bees approved through expect! to complete
"aa advanced school: for crtailasls Sylvan: Jtoss, sales 'admlela j calves and 320.Im.1JIHop 1Uf. Meek a hall mile resolutions ef the U.S. Chamber.DfrORTAKT the building U two clfIIsnus lUll 'ITIsal
U it does not meet the her will move their offices to St. feted through the snow and cold east to fill pumper trucks. rEOffJCThe cording to a spokesman for! .ths f
minimum standards adopted for Louis, but this will In BO way la eight dUaster-area counties. The survivors were taken! tit American "buslnessmaas eon tractor. Spit fU1l.AT t DISUSES
jail la Florida by the Board of affect the J local manufacturing December cold records rap- the hospital la ambulance and rust the (ndlspeasable man- 1 The Bew plant will house the ,
plant. Stevens said today pled Thursday with V below. private cars that ringed tbs IHI rdyi
CcmmUsionen! ef State Institutions lie Individual who takes tbs cap- rMlpllI, general efBcM and
The lack ef facilities prevents Stevens stressed that the sales ante marks la Butt and ffelena.ft borne to aid me Injured. tat rtsh.M Warden dad red. will be...a drat state.patio tor I
administrator will have Us headquarters wu a below la West.Yellow. .
separstloa u to .y 011 eta be certain the opinions Its products throughout Florida,
oCenserags, record and sill la St Louis, becausethe It U. Meat.Tanperatwres Red. Push Fanfsnl of groups' like yours an coesldnred. a 'fIOkHntta aid. ,frllff
bade" salesmen operate throughoutthe began a slow ." The Dsfand and "..C Volusia
CIVET ASOOJTesterdayShsrlffR nation. The department, rise U Washington lug, which ROME: (AI) Former Prefnisr W.,.' wan accompanied .by To Delay Payment Committee ef 1M worked with
lneyThonby also termed the marketing division has experienced one of Its worst Amlntore Fantail the Miss Gloria Gambia, sssistaat1'Kentucky's compesy' officials seteeOee ef Gtee.tteaa : ,
arp11 bt>6n rae ,, will place Its administrative prewiater cold spells U history Christian Drmonrat who pi- .. CmgressmaiFraak LONDON (AP) Brttala ... site for the sew ,..... .
office la the center et
__... asking! that a wr-' operations.. 0IIM't'd cools-left pwrtl1'MlltIII Stubhlefleld. Bounced today postponement of ,....-........
""A AMm.mjft treat I Atomic Mines Italy wu being toward Installment
Viewed A totaling
DUO* v. --- .The: DeLsad plant Is a manufacturing graduate ef DeLand High payments
eouM .be mad to tllmlMte l the'Ittllas prasideiicy today MMnl and kst Unrrersiiy, tint million-due at the year
unit and la
'" major !fire hazards. be atfected by err no shift way to willIt St. ROMP, Germany API with support heft .,....Convmunlsts Warden is the ::M Mr, and ead- a postwar Amerkaa sad
cited pa- Lauds" Stevens sold Be Atomic mines such u the Atlantic Mrs. Winiam F. WardM SrDO Canadian lotas.
the pointed
ty rs oil out that be is presklent ofRoehr. alUM an constderUf wing As Parliament came M tKe J W, KteveM Ave He fomw The adios wu dUdnsed by
tion of the electric wtarteg. A Products and trill continue cannot be sot off by a running fifth\ vote M the presidential ly wes sole to Florida's senior ChMKeDar<< of the EscJM<|iMr \ -'
complete rewiring Job was to mate trips hen to theDeLand rabbit or' a refugee, a spokes etoctM. rumen flew that the" I "" .'er, Spessard tlollasd and James CaOsghsa, la this wrttte
leummendsd. Thunby eethwat.ed pUnt.COHSOUDATIOX. man for the Defemse Ministry Comrmraltis themselvM might has lived in Washington! p. C answer to a Mouse of commons
Oils would cost about ts.000.' : said_today_ I vote for bins afoot !muse' J"l "" queettoner.
He Indicated that the health -
and science dhrttoa ef the : ." Caper Strike Ends

:YULE EVENT Brmuwtck' Products Company la a, whichRoehr m ; : : CAPE KENNtDT AP) A *' TITS'
: Math i)''he ev Cslur)
win be eoMoIMsttng markev ---l < carpenters .Mlo meal today ( .
SCHEDULED tog divisioa la St. Leuis.Rawkr ended Me-dsy strike whichhad ,
Ffodocts WM par. slowed work on fOM mOloa '
chased by Bnaswlck peon ,Z. I' worth of cMietnwuoa at the astind'S -. RADIOS
BY FLOTILLA M. Rebr, 'SMder, la Decen- epecoDnrtNearly .
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ICe.ea.N a. ?wet of
UntO OMrmbers Carpraam -
Loral 1M3. ATLX3O. j CHAIRS
The annual Christmas Johnson.To Light struck Thursday la a dispute j .
fjost-a-eads' sponsored bypaUad ever htrtof! ef M aonualoa tats tag Salartlee of tseepdrs.A ........
FfcOBa 1, U. S. Chmtmas Trees ,..... An than tJ" ethereflnetnietioa .
Coast Guard Aarflary.will l workers cored
begin at 1.30 p-m. omor > the picket laM and 04 op walk I LAMPS
to Lake Bereslord.Members WASB QTQN AP) A at Cape KMuedy. tile Mama bland .
ef the FMBa.their preslrteattU fltp> of a switch wg neenport and nearly ,.".
hub colorful? deb set 1._ ted and white Bghtasailing rich Alt Farce >....
crated for tile Christmas'aeasoa. ea the aafioaal' ChristnMa IND 'ALII, : :
wO sea to the BdCtoM tree tMs e.eatog.The .. .
Boat Basta at the Prestdewt and Mrs. Maane j I Bomb-Try Fads
pies to attend the ; :
at Whlfehatr,:3D. j BrMge arrlvtss ... tnw at .:. pm.pracrsmat LIT ea : i MANILA CAP TweMnwntary O'pipMao :
the perk'area betted the Wade tried euaselely sob I
'hoard Santa see dsos.ef; who the w0 ban be -. ...... CHAMBER CROUP HEARS 8MATHIRS' AlDE-VMlllatn !f. Warden Jf, kit I mob U .. school fir o XYN'ER"SI:
J The tree is the easiiev of theM rhddrea of Anweteaa sendee* :
WIll heave the .boat at the acting administrsUv assistant to JTorlds's Sen. George Smsthft, was speaker .
'J'Jput II .....", wMdI W. HIM at fhe V* Oath Air row
.... and eWrtwte t favors d-. s%.. .. terday at a meeting of the Nations! Affairs Commute of DeLs d's Chamber of Ownmerce. a UJ. embassy source said to-
mae ehfldrea.IVeryoae tiareM!. tanu"A, *r Warden was accompanied by Miss Klorla Gambill right aide to Kentucky's Tn'mTUAE.! INC.
la Invited' to from the Heaoaal Sec a erechew Congressman Frank Stubb '1tJd. 5hewt'riUi, i the ,ueU sm Frank A. Ford, secobd 4Tb..n dolv.. a ITmm slut ''
sittsad dfes progranL' .. Ms. toe ptt from right chaJn ao-elect: \; of the commuter, aNt. Russeil r.MA. oirffOlM tha1nnaa. UUwf *e r, eff *e source satd, JI0 Wes! N.n Yovk.Ayt.>;: Pks .2'121j.: .
L AIr jniekg bw&'a Peters turned UM coffiaUttae gavel' over to rent: (Sun Htffeto by Whop) I The FffirM esesped.


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{Committee Chairmen Set Roehr Slates n r. P.,. ) DES (fflOMA SUM I KWS FRIDAY, DEL Is, H44

. Office Shift LUNAR Water
"I 'Guantanamo Supply

By. Orange City ChamberORANGE ECLIPSE TO
I, fom, 'ff C J, VISIBLE. 'Well Above Requirements'WASHINGTON

Cm -WiHlsm Ottlnger Love was asked to look Into C''' t President Johnson
celertlal ordered
a '
ber, 1960. Brunswick spectacular a (AP) -Jen
president of the Greater the possibility of using luminous all three acquired total eclipse of the moon Fidel that the base, which Castro has
Orange City Chamber of Commerce paint on the sign. Roehr hypodermic month after demanded be
will given up by
be the
visible the U.B.
needle I tonight
factories tap
In off the
named chairmen of com -HEARD a report that the ; tI t t throughout North and South turned Cuantanamo has United States, should be made
mltteei for the coming at State Road "Is Waterbury, ConDo, and Norfolk I Naval Bas at .
year Department doinga Nebr. America. self.luffldeat for entirely self sufficient and independent
last night' meeting of the boardof fine Job" >la cleaning the sides Worldwide recognition: Jia I The shadow of the earth Its become fresh fully.Iter. of any water from Cu.tro' -
director '
of the U. .
S.'hlghWay7n Orange been win start that the territory.
given the drat for its development crossing the The Navy said today
Chairmen named were: J. W. qty jlispoMble. hypo moon at 7:49 p.m. Eastern third and final unit of a plant W Until Cuba' action, the base
Hartsock finance budget; Henry -MADE tentative plans for dermle needles. Since Standard Time. The shadow sea water Into fresliwater ws* using about 2 million gal
acquiring convert
Love and Gordon Holzman, speakers at future the Roehr holdings, a tl million win entirely cover the went Into operation Dec. Ions of water a day -about 200,-

membership; John Marshall ings. plant was built in DeLand to expand > lunar disc from ';07 p.m. ., 000 gallons a day less than the
publicity, advertising; Albert HHuffotd manufacturing ilp r.tIona. 1 until 10:07 p.m. The moon The plant produce U minion new desallnlzatlon plant

beautiflcatton; Holx> Stevens became president la will be clear again at 11:13: gallon of fresh water a day produces.
man, new chamber building: Market 1X3 when Roehr retired.. p.m. well above the normal requirement While the three-unit plant was
PhUlp Schuyler and Bernard Development 'of new product fr17 Astronomer from the of the base1 population. being Installed. Navy tankers
Leinfelder signs, and Howard has been one of the major reason Hayden Planetarium la WILL BE: COMPLETE shuttled back and forth between
Warner tads They are to select I for the firm' success. The New York City'will' visit When a new power plant I* Florida and the Guantanamo

member of their committees manufacture of a "pre.packsged : Fort Wadsworta on Staten finished next month the emer base. In aD, they hauled more
later. i Summary syringe" containing drugs ready bland for telescopic view gency-prompted construction at I than 393 million gallons of freshwater

HESTER SPEAKS for instant use may herald anew jug and photographing, the bate will be completed and to Guantanamo
Daring the meeting, the directors form of medical drug dies dear weather was forecast Guantanamo WU b* in Meanwhile, the Navy continued
heard a talk by Bill Hester, Ai reper4il! ty AF M* the tr1bu Oll. survive regardless of tshapetto to carry out Johnson's! or.

chairman of the Agriculture local) BeyaeWe. sad C*. efflee, + ,rvc surrounded by hostile Communist den gradually to reduce the
Committee of the DeLand Chamber r t, Cuban territory number of wives and children of
of Commerce. The stock market continued Delay Asked I In an. the tI\rHunlt desalinl-- servicemen living on the base.
Hester spoke on the proposed Its rebound in mode-tely active nation plant the 12OO.kJ1owattpower !! Last February there were almost .
agriculture center, which the trading early this afternoon. HomeownersGet plant and related fadl- 3,000 such dependent. liv
Orange City chamber directors Gain of frictions to a point tiles cost about $10.7 million. fog in the 45 square mile US.
endorsed by resolution. Also or so were made in a broad Castro abruptlyCuanatanamo's shut enclave. This total has been re
On 'Shuffle'TALLAHASSEE wateoff
speaking briefly was Larry Load range of key stocks. Selected issues A PROUD MOMENT-County Commissioner S. E. WarningThe fresh duced to fewer than 1600 and

holt, assistant ,county agriculture gained 3 or more. (Ed) Stone proudly displays the engraved silver tray source river water which entered an wives and children: win be

-agent. Brokers saw the move as a' given him yesterday by the West Volusla Civic Fed repair racket is being the base through a pipeline gone by February' 1961.
Tin directors voted to' of'a technical worked (. He did so In
reinv resumption recovery (AP "'The' The again la this area last Feb.
burs Lefnfelder for heat and based 'M aa ,easing.up engraving honors Stone "in appreciation of Sheriff Rodney Thunby warns retaliation for U.s. seizure of
and Florida Senate .asked federal hi* many :dears of ,faithful public Tervice."' Stone is homeowner in American Board Airs
light at the chamber office, and profit taking not to deal with some Cuban fishermen
district court In,Miami to
to give him a complimentary tins selling. The business delay, today retiring from his post on Jan. 4. He has served on the transients for home repairs without waters.
court-enforced \
membership In the chamber for news background was'regarded IerllaUve.PIOI' commission: for 12: years. Lee Maxwell president of checking. the dependability Less than a month later/C- the office. as spotty u It included a sharp oIUntIIt could until in the LePlitun the Federation of Civic Clubs, made the presentation of th* firm. tro offered to turn the water Jail Issuelapsing.
? OTHER ACTION drop in housing start and a delay pedal possible ia behalf of the eight organizations (Sun News Photo Today a woman was In Thurs- back on, but the United State
In...other action, the chamber I h steel Industry labor con cession. In June to tackle by Allen) ,' bye office telling how she was spurned that offer Thl florin
directors tract{bargaining. problem.If "taken" on a roof repair Job. had been buying water

HEARD a request from the Steels motors, rails, utilities, the proposal Is .accepted She paid its, received a receipt Cuba for about $14.000 a month.
Village Improvement Associationfor farm Implements, aerospace is- aid Senate President designate Barberville but it list no firm or address. From Page )

a history of the chamber. sues, airline, electrical equipments James Nick) Connor of Brooksvffle The truck was from Orlando but
'-DECIDED to repaint and chemicals and nonfer .In a new conference every she did not get it* license tag Push Seen
News Briefs "
check the lighting of the large tau metal showed a higher member of,the.! Senate has number. H" also stated that
sign south of Orange sty Henry trtnd. agreed to work out a reapportionment School Hosts This wa the second time this the building Is ia a "dangerous
The Associated Press formula to meet the I woman had work done which and hazardous condition..
averageof Accord
minimum requirement of.t.h. : From proved For
unsatisfactory. FEAR
60 stocks at noon was up U VOICED
Aide Cites I at 323.1 with industrials up U, UA Supreme Court. Official Group Thuraby said this .la the time He noted that "there is ap
rails up ,< and utilities up ... ''I cannot speak for the house of year that the floaters com to UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. parently nd meins of evacuating
The Dow Jones industrial average though" he said. Area Towns town to try tad make a "quick (AP)' Pressure mounted today the building in the event of ia

CofC ImportFrom at noon was up 4.M ,at Connor said administrative requirement BARBERVILLE =..The'IIi- buck." They prey on senior on the United State and the emergency, a* no preparation
861.11. for reapportloning a masonry school ,her one of citizens and are gone before the Soviet Union to settle their dispute has been made and it would be

Fractional gala were made Leglslature tacludlng the time Volusla host County's smallest wa victims: realize what !ha hap. over U.N. peacekeeping a phyalcallmpos.lbUlty to evacuate
by the top four iteelmaken; needed to devise a plan 30 day yesterday to 15 officials andemployee DEBAHT pened. dues the building without
Page 1 while node to the voter*, two of the Board of Public The Denary Arts and Craft ., "
Wheeling common recovered party Instruction and two Cub win hold It* Christmas The 59-nation Asian-Afrtcm loss of lives.
about. a loss.point of Thursday's tl-riylus and additional a general elec fives of law enforcement agen party tonight at 7.30; in the Firm Appeals group, impatient over the delay County Attorney Charles Luther .
3V4 point problem.tactn *
cies. Mansion House. Guest of the in General Assembly business told commissioners that
the United States," he declared., Wheeling preferred, however-' the !legislature\ to stir Lunch was provided for club will be the Seminole Art under the no-vote truce was they could rent space in other
-WAR IN VIET NAM-From sank another4 points: vane of the -pI'tUllY. regular visitors, which included John the Dub of Sanford. The program Over Ruling reported determined to take 'Jails to take car of the prison-
observation there win be BO Chrysler, up a full point, and sesame formed I difficult bar Smiley, 'superintendent ef Volu- will include music,: dancing. matters- it* own hands unless en. '
negotiated settlement General Motors, ahead nearly a flee' to retpporttonlngbefore the big act quickly.
on the and power
: ..-sbools,* Rodney B. Hum- retreinments. Commissioners"appeared Irkedovtl'
United States' position In South pout, were the strong- features AprIL by The highlight of the The group 1*pushing the idea "
sheriff evening
In and Lt. Frank Nib- th* fact that they have
Met Nam. Rather, Warden, believes aa automotive group. Caterpillar Connor laid neither he nor her of the DeLand Police will be the presentation of I IqJ of a "rescue fund" to ,which' the about $800,000
Dept on hand to build
posted a point gain.Comsat .
an extension of the war the other member of the Senate The school's self portraits by the DeBary Soviet bloc could contribute
principal John a new Jail' including plans and
Is was oft about 1 had any specific plan club. without abandoning Us official
Beck, said the
faculty and bids for its
stu construction
points, .shading its loss
wont formulated .
yet.Police refusal to peacekeeping
+CASTRO'S CUBA pay any
Warden that exceeded J. Gains of about dents were "highly honored" at ORANGE from $1.50 for 3,700 gallon of Circuit: Judge p. B. Revels
sees costs. Thin also would head off
in America's'
no letup opposition the \1I1t.BarbervWe'. : crrr
i were made by IBM Xerox, water to $3.30 for 3,200 gallons enjoined them from awarding a
the challenge to the
Orange Assembly
to Castro's regime. "Cat Arrest cry Boy Scout
U.S. Smelting and Control Data. school Is composed Before the water compsny'i contract until the county seat
tro is on his last legs" he de Prices advanced la moderate of grades one through six, Troop 944 will hold Its Christmas franchise expired In March of voting rights of dell J 1uent relocation issue la settled.Ia .

clared. "Hell probably" be out trading on the American Stock Two Persons attended by about 30 students. party Monday at 7:30: this year, the $1.30! minimum members State has threatened.which the United the meantime the last Grand

within two years. Exchange: STUDENTS XNTEBTADf Methodist Han of the rate was In effect. The town considering Jury recommended the 'Jail be
.. Informed
: CONSERVATISM It Is not The students entertained thevisitors Church..Congo sources a move
Corporate bonds were :.mixed. the proposed minimum "condemned", the deputy vie
was under have the Assembly
de4d, 'Warden declared Even : with '- way to
U.S. government bonds weakened X woman wa arrested yesterday Christmas carols taw of $330 "unfair" that endone marshal warned of a "ca tastro-
though The 89th Congress win be on reports of further fi- and charged with shop Th. luncheon was supervised by month passed the ordinance setting acclamation before such'Trabttaa.then a fund by phe" and, (he prison Inspector'
Mrs. ,
more strongly liberal than any,. uncial difficulties In Britain. lifting at Food Fair store,' asa Inca Inabnttt lunchroom Chief the compromise minimum adjoun until Jan. U togive termed it "Inhuman" to keep
before, there still Is a strong E. New York: Ave. manager rate of $2, and readopted the inmate ia the building.
conservative element la the At 11:30 DeLand police said the store's Other guests were Mr. Gladys' ordinance In August. Secretary-General U Thant "
: a.m. With few Commissioners
a dev
Ernest, school and the United States and Russia yesterday
United State, Warden ,believes notable-""'" exceptions-etocks manager sign aa affidavit lunchroom super' To. End Visit The water company contend
were Ignited County William
; Mr more time to to reach Engineer
visual, try a
He attributed the mashing lib. keneraSy hffffter and moderately a gainst.the woman Ja Municipal Joyce O. HUM. field log that the Public Utilities Commission settlement. LeVeill to survey the building
era victory la November's elections lunchroom Instructor C. Barret has
active.Comsat. cwrt... the'authlll'lty to
\ to "one.candidate and JIll ws N down 2I : Gen. Police also? arrested a man on Caldweu purchasing agent: BERLIN (AP) Congo Premier establish rates, appealed to the Soviet Ambassador Nikolai T. Commissioner to see what can. be elect done County Dane
Views;" Mrs. Carrie Massey secretarial Molse Tihombe hu decided Florida Fedorenko told a newsman Russia
Motors M UD r.i Chrysler 62H charges of discharging a firearm Supreme Court which, Smith and
Robert Strickland,
Warden said the new Congress up Ms Boeing 71 ap HStd.. 011 > inside, the city. J. C. Dawson coordinator; Newton Severs, director to cut ihort his Berlin en July 13, ruled that the roc would contribute to such a both In the line win
fund If the building ,
of only unanl-
would consider such legislation N J 88M) up yes. was accused of shooting a school plant planning; visit and leave later today In a did have such authority. Assembly consult with
at medicare a higher minimum RCA 229t up m Beth. Steel .23 rata rifle on E. Wisconsin Robert McDermott personnel U.S. Air Force plane an AIr __ MOTION>>; .REJECTEDrwwwuig see mously It.. tinTtvo adopt. a resolution to
wage, e cut: in excise taxes and director: Milton F, Tosky, direc Force 'JOkeam&1.ald.. -- -
869i up k f U I It tel 112" up tat I Ave.W tor of \ Diplomatic iiu ruing, toe town
increased social: security bene IBM 414* up IK: Amer, Tel. C Cowen 533 N. Sans Bond vocational education; Mrs source said be II I going filed a motion with the court Ryder Chief Set
Sits 1T\i up k Ave., told police his ear window Shirley Nlbler; James Eddy, fl- to Brunei, Belgium which ws* rejected "without Convicted

He warned that the federal -CIa the American Exchange maahed'Wednedar! ftfhtwhiW : Platt nsnce director attendance;. Mr*.. .,Janice The spokesman had no explanation.for prejudice." Over MIAMI (APThe multimil
government would playa In.. the veUele ark d-ta' aeeretary; The town then placed the issue SpyPlotNEWARK.NiTv
SWtte WAs tt" IP iKuSUboard ws> AMa Hobbi,..atZaitaance the specialconven non-dollar Ryder Systems Inca
creastagly: greater role .unI... I tneNstlonar al'd Armory be" 41recJfltf before Circuit Judge '
] Worl4..A.lrHrJlnch.I.B'F.Vf1I12"; Jerry,Wosenike ience being extended.the pre. trucking firm ha* new presKdeat
local governments take the! unch/and mntlcHalt Dij oft S'AmeUa'Ave."COwen'MS'' attending -' aislstant; Ernest*attendance mler. US. Air Force plane who Jut month ruled la the '(APAn' ;' tl."W. Jordan, former

lead." M1 a basketball game lathe transportation supervisor Emerson and, Usually carry only American town's favor.In American engineer and a Russian vice president, director and general
; his ruling, Nelson In chauffeur convicted of
armory.He effect
Mrs. Catherine and West German official into conspiring counsel.
Karl Denies. said about US In cash and to the superintendent.Expansion Emerson,.secretary -,. or out tit the city.Aa backed the county commission' to spy for Russia were Jordan wa elected Thursday

,Noon; ;Stacks. several buketbaU ticket were official at the US. Embusy 1W action resolution of June 36, rescinding a sentenced to long prison terms In a shuffle of top managemint
giving rate today after
'Plan To Run The AMMlaM, > Leo Nolan, SIS N. Adelle Ave., Set In Bonn said the use of an Air diction to the PUG Juris their innocence in court.protesting They Job*. Board Chairman James A..
y r Force
plane for Ryder who resigned two years
t foreign
told police that two bicycles chief As a result of Nelson's ruling could have received death sea-
30 IntNlck 82% were stolen Thursday night from of state usually require Whit a hearing scheduled before the fences ago In ill health, took a new

DAYTONA BEACH (AP) Alcoa ills IntPap 33%, his home. House av..NaI.Tlllombe PVC this month was canceled. The engineer John W. Buten- roll a* chief executive officer.

Former gubernatorial candidate AmAlr 43H Jones*!. 70ft By Local Finn arrived la West Ber- Orange City Mayor James L. ko, wa sentenced to 30 years John J. Davis former comptroller

]FreeS Karl said Thursday he to I Ia AmCaa 43AmCysa KalsAl 30% CityDirectory' pre this morning for what wa Donaldson said today however Imprisonment on She charge, and vice president, re

tag way from a decision on &4 Xen'cott t2K\ An H. W. Given Co. official scheduled to be M.hour visit; that "if the town lose the appeal and drew two five.year concur.- placed Arthur' H. Bernstein asylce

whether to run lor state office AmMot HH LlgMy 81* Is DistributedCity day confirmed that an addition to- About 20 Nero and whitedfmonstrator ," another hearing probably regttertttln other,charges,.. president! (or finance.Jordan .
ATaTM I7H\ Loch'd 38'H" would b* scheduled= before A --repiacei-. A. Row!
.,.m. was wing planned tor the com staged a sltdowa ,? the 20-yea sentence was imposed
Karl finished sixth In the AmTob 31 LorUtard 41" strike at the Wet Berlin PUC. oa the -nu..lan. wall a* president of Ryder
JOVDOr' ... directories for IMS of any'* plant on U. S. 17 south of CIty Igor
.- race la the May prima AmpotC n 1645 Mil-vox 21\4\ DeLand and neighboring can DeLand but declined to rtleaie Han against the reception of IvanoV; oa the espionage conspiracy TrucE Jtt taJ. Inc., a subsidia.

ries. Aaacondai MMAM MH munitles are being distributed I details. Tshombe Mayor Loses Freedom-Bid charge. He also was Named
He said Armour 534MH Mohasco ISMonito i Brandt. Police them given five to be served new directors were
speculation throughout ACL by the R. L. Polk Co. of Richmond Stanley Gives general manager dragged TAMPA NAP years
the state concerning his political M" V*., Charles Hall De- of the plant said aa addt- away then Brandt Invited the ) A prisoner concurrently! oa a second count. William S. Moue, a financial
future prompted him to Babcock S4K MontWd 38% Land Chamber of Commerce lion to the citrus Juice processIng leaden of the demonstration la at the Largo state road prison\ In addition lathe main consultant and Roland N.
Issue a statement. TfetHSM- MU! Natn.t. e11tBoeing manager said today. I plant would be made '1 1ft, the for a talk camp has last a Md for freedom charge, the two were convicted Rte, a longtime associate of

The farmer, state 'refvtMataUve TO* NatDist 28 HNJUnAy The director 4tt pages near future." He would not uy made on the ground that the of conspiring to violate the law Rycler.r .
from Valuate County said Bnmiwk IS M% compared to 1..'. 3S2 page how extensive the addition would law he was convicted CIt break requiring registration of foreign
bee beard that many people CaterTr 41V Penney 14\4\ Include listing of about 1.000 De- I be or for what It would be used $85 Damage Set ill, we passed by: a milippor- genta Butenko also wa 'convicted

want him to run again for govern Cslanese! T) PttA 38% Bary residents Hall noted. Other In a speech. last year before tinned state Legislature of acting'as an nnregls-\ r

*or for state superintendent CMaCol&W1S Chrysler :,12\4\\ Pt OIIa 1216 eommuikltUa"indud d "'....'I ICoumJy rtambp-';t nmerce mem In City Accident U. S. DUtrict Judge Joseph p. tend agear'of the Soviet Union. Negro IVciwJim
.Given flab ruled Thursday that I
el education. OIIr&wl&: : ;:Jil.lmtrf J ber*, -aeM the company, Frank
C6ra1iIf-: %: 'nmP.t 53 .
"At the he laid eom.. f whfea dteMbtttoaruuHed Hamilton had not exhausted his
present tIm. and cltnis :
1CItyt : ;1. Damage to two
QmMI' ia cot
"1 em ] In the, 'o.tCQ :Wh RGAM 12' Hall sald-the enlarged 'oddltlon j fttee:and,brealtfitt products InIICII'tIMI"I listen early last night amounted a remedies in the Kate court MOBILE Gill
bwt17engaged a'4 eater, HamDtoa wa convicted of HOMEINSURANCE :
practice is occupying DoeCI:174:: % fttYkMa was a clear Indication of growth hoped to expand to 383. DeLand police reported. terg- .
an of time," dIiJ'oft211", ob In DeLand. lathe to nationwide operation. A car driven east M E. In- ery In Polk County kt February I Jim Cm. TO. of 7517x. MathU
Karl :said Abe resolved'' last : &I} &thep 319Z.ICodat directory forefirst thus dIana Ave. between N. Boole- aad sentenced to five yearsObituaries St. died yesterday at weat Vo

spring to make no decision m- US Seaboanl; 45% River Searched vard and Alabama Ave, by la prUon. Iwo Memorial Hospital where
Wile had examined the general Firestone a" Sean 121'4 Flee To Red TerritoryFULDA. Linda G. L wIs. TM E. New he had been a patient for 12

election returns on an races eo hPw 14% Slndalr III% For;Man's Body York Ave.. .reportedly\ was alt de",.
that he could determine voting 11aPU; 78" SouthaC 88" Germany (AP) A !. by one driven by Jesse X. Bar l He was born ia Loulsburg. N.
patterns and atrength. Ford lib\4 SperryR 14 >>,*.MIId American soldier i The eeerch for the body of a man..Rt 3.Batman's. C. but had lived here for several

"I bape not completed, my I'rmttDa 1.1" Itllrand nFreptSlII % drove to the East German border I Wyear-old' Dsyteaa Beach car reportedly seal yean..
.study of those ataUtUcs he U StXIfJ 88" with a gist and the two fleeS i Negro'who apparently drowned entering the street from a.driveway F. L Ford Funeral service are lacomPiet -

( S1% stlllSebak 145 Into Communist territory, Wst I In a boaHng accident: yeeterda*. and struck tile Lewis ear *. Arthur J- Mack Horn I II
said.A for the education pact be MD'l. '1095' IwUt Be" German police say "'" -i iV.s. continued today Sheriff Rodney Bauman was charged with Word has been received her. .in charge.

said he Is confident that 'the I CtaP'ISI 6145 "hxaeo IT" Army authorities! con i B. Tharsby said. failure to yield the rtgat-o.way,. et the death Wednesday of 7'. L.
people are primarily interested GeeNUui14 .nlollal 12" firmed that a private first daa I Tom Joyce and Willie Done: hid Sa loft Wayne Jad.. when Porter Service
in keeping ,him in government CenNtn 161} UCarb. 124E % was mining but would not identify S5 rented boat and tattrl he made hi* home. lie wa tile All Risk Coverage

rather than replacing Supt. Tom 875} .. him email ,relative were lag the St. John River from a Mg.r father,'ef th* Rev. Jack Ford. Funeral service for Anthony

BaIley woo to his. friend !II. VnFAtrs JT notified. slew tab the Whitebait Bridge* pastor fit lILaAnd. Chrtoltiaa at Porter, ef 111 S. Parson SU
22% V81tHI! The motor failed depude vela ,Church of ,
52' sttwARrsPlARMACY GreatlyReduced win be Saturday at 10 aJn. at
Typhoid Blahied CuUOIl 38S4 'ValvNat UI4 and the current carried\ tilt '" Me. VIs the'graveside, in Umloa Cemetery.
boat i3tiat
Into the .
HoIIW 125 patht a lug '
Weatg12 454aBIa \ } The body may be viewed
On Latin Beef %. : 7I 2olwth ZTi6 rr
211 Arthur ,. Mack Funeral Bom
*. 1'_ Buena V1Ita 0.
LONDON (A?) A favor. EggJlnr.1cet. hit ajt the row boat wbltil lIT ....... .. i today atMrlemelrji ..,..., II ........... I* la charge, r-
went Inquiry toISI7'NI4 .... an
Area* 'I-* thiwta* the twene* h4 hen. ana*, '
tine corned ,beet proMMy 'velwu c. nir '' 2>exw.4a the river. Jeyc .. let a KUeat *f Da toy for On* IO38ITAL ....
,caused the typhoid epidemic ..* .. Lm C'ft. : t. 1M Jess w.. ewer c-.... T......... l8V' U4 a resident III VtIuI.t fre c-:....... tafcrauttsej -W

Aberdeen. Scotland last spring. s u + Rw t ser Dragleeeperntier hav feelT.T.Ctatlea,: ... ,..,.. c..e Admitted: ftadaey :....

It also accused the cKye; nedi. f "= ,, .1 RJ h, nndsrway sine the 'aa1terMN. s She k i trvrV4 Vy her bar OmanA,-D.laen 84r.-r

eel officer of exjfn>ttBf.. tfca ti' 6 t Yah y:tordy n," tan.. John X.: "-. %>Defer;
of lie outbreak' C,* .. -- rmunnwmrleare twe *eae, Edwin ef orange CHy Arthur Lim heat i.w
Tube .
sad WIBUw ef DeLaad Adatted:, Mrs. BUache R.
Inquiry commtalon'i W> "J ; eoe
PIP report criticised tfte Brit re. ..,,. r \ wr M.:': TOO LA A fO cuuur ef,rr4 rtntlasjFUEEDELIVERT daunt ..., Mr*. Florence Carver. Oortey. IB g. Adele Av. aadMfc

.ish Mlnurtry of Health, saying It t. ..ef. .,'...... _" ta" -- awe Ot)': eight" fnadcbft. A.-cy Denies lams. M W.
could have recalled corned beet ,"J,' M6 tb' fI' ...... &.oeT. IMte ?: ':n. .< Van, sad .three 11'-.1. VoaItIt ....-: _
%, we.ur &-& \lit __ ,
: ... ****. Dleli Lee Wlfesm .
Mattfe -
stock known to have been r --ur-\ Ph. grasddllh **Hen.AM :
coaled tn nchlartaatod water. aPisftr; ; : II=- M..e u ')C I ,.. *..**ntuo, *. m W. Brittard A....

Ia charge *| UII&4__ ... ... ... tos Retrq- >6a.

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NEW YORK (NEA Being a In Sanders' Yule Cards
frequent reader of the Broadway .
: : (AP) Hit Items we noted that Eli;
Florida S..prem. Court hu accepted Wallach, Anna Jackson and
a recommendation of the Alan Arkin mere In a new play
Florida Bar that Investigations called: Luv.." which had opened crane GoV Carl C Sanders' the additional lettering! was SO,
of lawyer Involved In possible to rave reviews. So the ,other Christmas: cards were turning until It did net change the .la
disciplinary matters remain secret night we went with Hubert \Into .coUect f"1' items today as tent of the card hoe bit. 1t still

Humphrey and Adlal Stevenson Investigators tried to solve'Goldwater" the. says Merry Christmas. from,the

The court laid Thursday that to see the show and found it the mytttry In of tiny the letters name on the Sanders family to their

lavestlgstloMi by grievance com biggest waste of ticket money fiends," he pointed out.
mittees of the bar are solely to we had spent In three years. mL ,h cards.
determine whether there la a Actually, that la a alight exaggeratton a *1 The governor "as miffed the The itching was drawn by KanWOliami .
who crested tilt etchingof a graduate art student
probable cause to ask a trial We did not exactly go student
\ the University ef Geofgls
Ceor'lfIhrnon at
The decision came after Tobias >>- with Mr and :Mr missions!
Humphrey blmJ. the lifting torn for tilt different span and there who recommended: ,by,
Simon American Civil LHvtrtte LITTLE OLD WINDUKERlhrtn.. were In! these for mansion was puzzled was
did leave
Stevenson But Admlfttatr.Uon.It
we division the National Aeronautics and Space action U the university to do the Job.
Union front Miami : like containers: the supervisor of tha.utroIllUUC was talk si disciplinary
attorney ,
with them aDd Surveyor
would bare Tbey'Upower Mariner flights to Mars. Ranger bs found. DIMES ADDmOV!
Sift Calla. culprit could
General Diego.
Dynamics Corp,
sought td make public aft In either Is smallnutter. .
case, it a of earth orbit experimenu.tlla1l1 that ht
casks" llloon flights lid I number Williams said flatly
plenty of explaining to do. But the f'wl" II,** CARDS
Investigation Inthares: that We only mention\ it be- Several tlassiAed also planned add the Goldwater libterleg
will projects are did not
lb ne
h. solicited business during the cause we have something to any rocket engines OD aD assembly engines The "Goldwster1 was dlaeovtrtd te the etching but taw it

St. Augustine. racial discord last about entertainment, And on the .... i tree branches Thursday on etched the front among of sn on_ me plate before .n.._ walled .....

summer subject/ people seem! to pay In estimated' ;;;:13.000 cards mailed "X dldnt know what to do'..
OTHER REASONS" more attention to what you say Remember Vicki Wray., en. Courses People hy the staunch Democrat: when about It. so I didn't do anything
The court 'said 'This confidentiality U you festoon it with a lot of state lor.the first time supported ," said the student whosfhome
la not only for the \'el1.lmowa names and faces U In Melbourne. Fla.
benefit of the accused' attorney,. In fact we have noticed that She's Blind But Doing l cduIcd At The NewsLONDON candidate.a Republican, Sen. Barry ,Cold- Lamar Dodd head of the nal-.
but, II required for other reasons if you can fectoon it with enough ; water last November. Ttraltyi art department described
one being to, Insuit the Investigation of these familiar figures, you do Williams a* aa out
(AP) George s.ndtfi' displayed a mixtureof \
may be conducted not have to anything ..taL. standing honor studeat "I
Unhampered .Eby. pofjibljntei! \ : ] . BOWUNXZ GREEN;' S.CAP With heavy hospital High Harrison of the Battles lays amusement and what Irritation had would like to clear up this\ mystetv -
Terence with winrsleor-ether TYPE OF PUT ( ) -.. VleW Wray, the tot cal bins Wily a a> rumors that he Is married art when lit discovered and it Is a mystery. said
aide laid
action. of the person under Investigation In that regard 'Luv" U a whose battle with an eye aU textile 1I' I'kfOt.'WIl p \'eraf new courses will be rubbish. happened But\ the an governor emphasized\ l>dd.Ht.
." woman and bleak Christmas for '' at Belied School London added that U faith has
play concornlng\ a meet tugged: at the nation'sheartstrings a High Harrison returned to
The court Bald< the only part two men Now, no figures are last ChrUtmas hat her tight! brothers and \the 1965.M year starting la today from a vacation at thirds of the more than SU1.000 been broken or U fit the natttr
committee proceedings involves a question Integrity,
of grievance familiar than those And he left In tII.J'ILllfOd States
more grown two Inches and U 12 When the nation read Nassau In the Bahamas. Ht wasaccompanied there possibility the QI.v.ralty'a t
that can be made public la what they. did was also perfectly The blonde bliss Arnault last was a
notice that an Investigation Launder clear But we came away from pounds heavier\ of VlcWs plight It will be an algebra by Miss PattitBo year won a suit to be declared disciplinary committee
way. I VlcM seems Just like lilY other with hundreds of gifts survey count for col. 'd. the legal widow of the king who might l look Into the situation.
the theater wondering what the i >
34' 'ear-old although she It of dollars # ... the governor's
:The ehargajronofflfiar.lntt all ) bound seniors needing a was assassinated la 1951 Sumo In sny\ case
conduct against Simon were play was totally blind. She lost her second and money poured Into ... .. count in college pre SANTA MONICA. Calif (AP) gate Samuel IX race awardedher Christmas cards are much ta
There art a number! plays eye to a rare disease, retina office at Bowling Those students of rev demand.'
brought by two- St Augustine post math. Lance Rtventlow. son of $73.70S ar her share
we come away from In.that. glastoma.: last Match J The\ level math Thurei Ont capital source pointed outmost
lawyer St Johns County Prosecutor When the will take college: Woolworth heir Barbara Hutton aal's American estate
Donald Buck And Juve. condition. But until now ,we operation\ apparently saved. her. ever about (IS.000 not elect this course, Mrs. was reported In satisfactory I day of the cards went to Democrats
Bile Counselor,.Fred-BrlnkhoK, have nevis said 10, being.eonvinced life. sent to the Vrsy .!'\ ; Penman guidance dl. condition after undergoing surgery i The remainder will go 1a/ the I and said:
3K ;. I thaT If I was the first.lgnof A MmiCU.' '''0' > money was put In a recommended, \: on his left leg broken la I king' nearest male heir, PrinceZefd \ I Thev might make. a ldnldr'I
mental sit through a "It s a miracle, said Vlckd'rmother \ selling them to Republi
: ire DCTODCP. : for Vlrkl. It U used Algohia n will be replaced skiing accident, Iba Hussein who lives In I
whole' show (n>t. then all'MOIIIr Fbrrls Wray. H '1 "
$lmon defended some 400 people hospital and medical an advanced algetaa and Reventlow, 21, fell on Mammoth London cant

.In civil rights cues during seen.IThe right. afterward what you bad thought lost my for HttJe a while girl 1"was goingto for necessities. course, It la recommended Mountain In the Sierras -.-.-.- -.-.-..-..--...--..-..-.-.-..-..-.--.-.,-.-.-..-..-.-....-.......-...+ao.rwtr..
crUls, Yield RAW weighs 31 bound students' The\ The operation was performed
the St. Augustine college\:
Simon sought Immediately! to \ second sign U. sitting If no by tract the of time the Vicki disease is appears CI, Her complexion is still \eared algebra and trig count Thursday. : CHRISTMAS MEMO!
through a ,whole show without la ;
make the whole affair public. doctors she will be her enthusiasm a prerequisite! for taking the
-His attorney. former Rep. knowing what you have jot say pronounced She will go to Duke Math V course intended for DETROIT' (AP ban, I.
cured Both of Vlcki'seyes
Fred' Karl of Volusla County, seen while you are still seeing were removed keep the i en Jan. 2 for another of with a special interest Christina Austin of New York a Meg wt tvMtit yt. illtw 11 (t wrapjttt
asked the Supreme Court for a It. We have that trouble with a malignancy from spreading War\ six.month : who Intend to>> pursue a I frequent companion. cl Henry lllti hearing on all ,,proceed Thursday: night televilon show b course in college Ford U. U .reported goad toll. Dtctmhtr IS. .
public A year ago Just a week .... .
!inga on grounds the charges called! "Perry Mason," starrithgRaymond tore Christmas .Vtckl's' story .l.%AL\'SIl COl'Rd6Tel. : titles at a' Detroit' hospital after"* '. : Tstak Yt.
were an effort to wilfully "Intdtpidate BII"'WWItm| Hooper was told to the nation Sne was New Offi the even mor advanced surgery refused
Simon and punlah Mm\ and Barbara Hale for .Inme'< scheduled to lose hej' iturtentiv there' will be a A hospital tpnkotman :
disclose the of Thursdsv SutiK oPnce
to turf Jjr
reason, .it never clarify ;
for ..representing"unpopular( causes and her father Rrtyifcyrrr Analysis courseGerman '
and, persons by threateninghis anything when, you finally I wanted to give her an early'. Installed 1 may be offered U Ford: s operstioa., chairman a the Ford gJ: ,
privilege to. practice law In find out who did it and why) i Chsetmas.Revamp'. : Is sufficient Interest she Motor Co. and Mrs. Austin oulnard Phone 7340577NNNNNNNt.NNMNNNNNaNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNataNNlINNaNN
114 N. $
the Mate of Florida" tinder thOM circumstances, have been seen together bites.
; J; Lewis Hall of Tallahassee,'' wt would not have admitted! our Local Tenth graders may take an since Ford and his wile, Anne, .

bar attorney,_ asked the court to confusion about "Luv" But the ( Set ..n&m'I, Communism I wen divorced last )tar. . .. .. ... . . .. .... .. ... .. .
keep'the Investigation tvahtldenbat. other day we taw among the "* offered In conjunction : "rCOAL IvkKT: : fUDAY AND lATCaOAY K10IT :
If the matter were made Broadway Items an Interview Mansfield was driver tducstlonJunUrs NEW YORK .AP) Geneva
public,' he said newspapers! with tht'author1, Murray Schli- For ,VillagesMIAMI Herb commanding will nil have< the Itvt A.t ast wjdow' e.f King Fa-: CHICKEN OR ;'
would try the Investigation.Justict gal, In which he explained! what- Land as : Flotilla T. \ m "1. Communlim sal n fit Iraq.' will get tw. Aa S,
Richard Ervtn. who his play wss about. : Guard Auxiliary. during al part of their Amertcsn FISH DINNER the Trl.hsuapt 40 :
concurred with the court .opin It was, not. ,a; bad \Idea, .at,,, ", (UtI Zclc.'lVoocb'vWa dinner and subject'I lor the \uprdrnlng will be altered to" those who have :
Ion.:said he believed an accused though It bad vM"Utle to do 1 of Cuba will1 never be Christmas at the La 11', \had Home Cconnmica.. Thisconrst : XLLYOU CAN EAT ___.....
lawyer, would have the right to with what happened\ ,ID the pjay\ the. same after a' blitz by ont tion'ser\ka Yacht Club.Othsrs Fnr ths first time DHS wttl It divided Into two semesters : 'TASTY aTVAM. -, CIIOM. ItA TOOD +..
a public hearing If the grievance But we. will not bother" to repeat of Fidel Castro beauty, hygiene lord, ,officers ., t Modem Family Living with clothing and textile BOMB MAD DEVOID CBAM e
committee toned Just cause and It here as you really have U seethe ,and ,banking brigades. ., Curtis .M-Zjswry.: a for senior girl and bovs. she subefta) for the tint semester
the matter bent 'before 'a TIt play la,order to understandthe Teams of 3d'speclallate to'brinl'th. each captain, wer*'Walter' *haa been available J.. ether 'and hmAMI) \ \(( hnmt hilt. ,.. ,:., The Palm IronjDAR.RESTAURANTPACKAGESTORE
tree for trial.Rooster explanation. have been organized vli-e commander) A schools In the county The tishlngs for the ascend semeiw:
Besides, the truly astounding ... services of civilization to vatter, training Ul'IlI Includes. finance, budget I A student must take both semes-
about his explanation 1t Isolated communities on weekends Moreland, chill development security tars Mrs Denmsfl ssld. Horn
thing Charles ,
Suit Settled Havana Radio said yesterday I Eeenmmdct'courae'I: n, and m ihiVrtttNtwYtrk. >On riisss ;j4-lt 5Meet e
teemed made us, wan that he had! Us broadcast heard in Miami training The .officer paid A dtUenshlp clothing( and srudlss textiles count I still will 'be available .... .... .. .... .... ............ .... .. ....... ,
ArooMer' group
MOBILE. Ala. (AP) said the program shady
; ., owners, sued for an SUBJECT: NEEDED has begun at Manatl In Cuba'ieuternmolt ford Bohrta for his
alleged.attack by the fowlrhavt Wt have always carelessly province of Ortentt. conu Ider for the

something to crow about today. assumed that anybody 'who had Here Is what )happens when a .
1:1"llt: \ for 110,000 damages enough to say to fill a whole "brigade" descends! on a remote Negroes Register
was resolved Thursday by a play would' certainly rememberto Cuban !hamlet: new jdealep
jury in favor: of the owners Mr., put .In the -auhlect O f It Hair dressers duff up the TALLAHASSEE: ( your uas

and. Mrs.Nicholas.Mouljej. ? somewhere. Especially If he locks of peasant women la .chlcoiffures. twt Negro**' "became .
Gates, took a moment-torrid It over Fingernail brpkco .
A-neighbor Mrs.'Palsy Negro registarad \
had sued the Moulyets contendIng after he had finished\ writingIt and hands roughened! In tile arty C e a s t J la fM.Ifl1"N
that the roaster attacked fields art spruced up by man!. Wednesday; e
her: She said she suffered a broken It had never occurred' to us curists. This leaves only
wrist that hi some plays the author Laboratory technicians and County without Volusia Tractor & Implement Co..
simply cannot tail the sorry and medics give the villagers' health voter list.County
I Include the subject/ too. The and sanitary arrangements a registrar 4 e

'..,.-".", Chrl.t"' .." combination would ruin the brisk overhaul I Reest helped the !
whole effect In that event. A representative of the Cuban Sat said the Ust
rM* a truly tint gin there Is no way out but to can National Bank hunts up villagers signed whites /
tht fellow up right after the with money and exhorts Boulevard Deland Florida,
ta. so much 1032 North '
OMEGA anmeans. them to It la : \ ,
show and ask him what it put livings ac asked law to. .. .

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than couple!
DK VILLa called' a fellow wt know fat Public Health Ministry and '" -
Hollywood and asked him toenplain Committees for the Defense of > white bystanders. :.' invites you to rani.In: and see. '

what it all meant (He the Revolution, will be extended .
does not actually write the to other provinces.
show On the
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other !hand, he is a writer and wt day. Slow warming trend there ,
know he hu seen tIe show '
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In Property-Tax Hearing :, Ky. (AP) Bryant
The phone Hipped<< at .-
Mr*. Hugh All,.'* apart.
m*nt. 1q On Lock: Of Barge CanalPALATKA
In the
that the Through a quirk f
JACKSONVIUE AP) Qr 1MI, testified Thursday
mechanism>> tome where
cult Judge William Durden says tax roll would Increase tour
Mrs. Allen more than
of State times If were valuedat got
he It thinking calling property .
200 number in two
Comptroller Ray E. Green 11 fair market value. day wrong. (AP The' first ration for those who advocatedIt.
(tit own wltncti before closing Sack of the suit I. the plightof the parties of live locks in tilt cross-Florida .
lawwlt seeking to Duval County school, which Among is under .construction
a taxpayer sought were an airline, barge canal "The Corp ban been a right
force increased auMimenU of through lack of financial\ tup- paint stores, doctor of with a lift from Cov Far- arm of the governor of Florida
t>>uval County ml estate. port have lost accreditation. The rIs Bryant.
flees, hotel and
a "
Judge Durden asked lawyer 20.mill limit on taxation for the end on this project, he aid. "The
firms, she tajd. The governor nearing
M both aides to consider whether schools meant assessed valuation "I got real shaky" she of his administration, helped Corps of Engineer helped con.vines .
It would be proper for him must Increase to supply aid, after the trouble was drive a bulldowr to move the Congress of the need.
to call Green more money for education. "pretty much corrected" first earth in the 15.5 million St. Their assessment were!' generous
The comptroller It one of the MEANING': ASKED Lock but professional Opponent
defendant along with Assessor One of the point the Judge i Ii 1C Johns project.Contractor of the canal were never able
One caller asked itwasn't will have two anda
Ralph N. Walter. Tax Collector asked to decide la the suit Ii successfully to challenge them"
is the airline "why do half years to complete thltlock W. A. McCree Jr., of Orlando
Cljde H. Simpson and the five the meaning of Just valuation
County commissioners.Frank required for all Florida propertyby you phone keep?" on answering the GETTING IT TltERE FASTER-ThU la what a commercial jet cargo plane looks like about eight state mile road south 19.of who It resigning from the nor
K Osborn assessor! an act of the 1 who was defeated by Walter la lie announced at the outset heITS telephone company em United enough to contain two bowline alley. The jet can Carry t loa
ploye he was trying to States with a normal fuel load. route from the Atlantic Oceanat McCree and Ma). Con A. C
get the public library.. the mouth of the St. John Welling of Atlanta, Army I JiIII J River to a point south of Fa- engineer shared
HERE! THE MIGHTIESTADVENTURE I Blind Woman Plan Is Set latka. with Bo'ant In riding the bull-
would not consider the opinionof JACOBY TOJIEETGILFAlong dozer
any legislator\ a* a Fitness I For Look At a path to be dredged
l Head I
I on its meanln,. Bangs across north central Florida and
II One of the attorney for the On five lock later the canal will r
I plaintiff two Individual taxpayer ii i Bridge Sun9 Heart meet the Gulf of Mexico at the I DANCEr *
and an invettment com Sees \ .. i mouth of the Withlacoochee Rlvtr > "COUNTRY COUSINS"TENNESSEE
WINNER OF 3 ACADEMY AWARDS piny- 11 Rep.William G. O'Nelll, Agairi By OSWALD, JACDBTewa at Yankeetown.
of Marion County one of the legislator I 'I >ae. EslerttiM AsaNO5TH AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) Scientlttt The entire J1J8 million canalIs WALT""Duran
who. wrote the Jaw. I DALLAS (AP) Friends din- are planning to look Into scheduled for completion in CARL-
:::" :,,- 1:.'=" :-r" A defense attorney pent moat i cloned Thursday that a blind the heart of the sun from an about nine year if Congress JACK* dCHELKOJala
1- of Thursday' court session going : woman has regained her vision I I' observatory hurled nearly a keeps the money coming About the Crewdi
over proposed assessment alter 17 years, apparently from AimV7IJ mile deep in the earth. $8 million worth of work Is com FRIDAY I SATURDAY KITES
on downtown property a* shown bumping/ her head on a cup There they will art a trap for pleted or under contract and another 9 P.M.TIt
on a charge offered in evidence board door. tQI neutrino, the most elusive of $12 million Is available for
Osborn bas testified that ... The woman declining to be .QJU all particles coming from the the next six months. OUTER LIMITS
sessment would be too high\ on quoted by name told a Dallas WEST EAST (D) core of atoms Gov. Bryant praised the U. S, .
'z t wCNNrar( downtown property on a revaluation Time Herald reporter: AKQ1041 AAJITVQJtl sive.And neutrino really ace; elu Army Corp of Engineer for its I Mild' Wilt N1.hwey f New 44 Smyrnan
program now In progress 7 feel that tt 1 I. a' Kit from wAK work In getting the project
by the assessor's office. God and I do not want Jt publi J10HIS Every second, for example, it started early this year after
clzed. It I II which 4101 la estimated that 500 billion neutrino more two
HOWTHE a gift might betaken J than jcadet\ o( frusTepancles" -
Dies After Illness away." zip through your hand
Friends gave this account: SOUTH but do nothing. Every second during; tea trial.
CLEVELAND (AP) HaroldM. The woman in her 60s, 4 Non. billions] time billion time bil The Navy said such discrepancies
V1o/a1 lion of them stream clear are "not 'II You Don't Know
Cochran 74 assistant comic stooped to pick something off i
.. art director for Newspaper Enterprise the floor while doing housework 4AKH71list A 74 through the earth with only one a ablp of the size and complexity Jevrelrf. ..KfcpWLES
in 10 billion ever being absorbed of a modern aircraft
Association, died after rose and banged her held sharply and West vulnerable "
six weeks' Illness in a Cleve. against the open cupboarddoor. carrier
land hospital.Hartung's. Etit lent West North NO ELECTRICITY The Newport Newt ShipbuildIng -
She cried out A daughter next It > ; i The neutrinos come from \inside A Dry Dock Co. builder of FERRELL
door heard the cry via their intercom I Pass < e> PUt the sun, from stars and the ship, said the discrepancies\ ,
system and ran to investigate FIM 7 Dble. Pass cosmic explosion, generated by occurred in machinery supplied) JEWELERS
still clutching can of Pat PassOpening nuclear fusion. They travel at by subcontractors It did not
cleanser in one hand. Itsd-A X. about the speed of light They elaborate. ui NORTH KWi.i! : At '

Saturday Special! "What ,a pretty call" the. have Do mass no or electrical weightBut charge, and The Navy aid delivery would If A G..t n te Tr.tV"i
mother remarked and both suddenly b M sometime In January*

OtUta Irtwt again. realized she could see Too many cook spoil the checking they upon offer what a really tool for 1* _,....-.w.-_ ...-_-....-..---...--...
Fried Chicken broth and too many captains happening in the
sun and otherstars.
Since losing tight the woman will sink any ship. .
had learned to read braille and i Stetson University Bookstore
Painless and 1 ViftttbleNal I There was nothing uiuuual Plan for the neutrino observatory ]
adjusted to living; alone and
Ren tad 1 tatter of herself. She about Eait't opening diamond to be placed 4,500 feet
taking care was
I deep In the Sunshine mine at Union lulldlng On Tie Campui
forced to give up teaching mu bid or In South' two club overcall Kellogg: Idaho, were outlined

79>, sic.An and West'* two-aspde bid. Thursday at the second Texas OPEN THROUGH DECEMBER 23 2
"' MEraIIsIev eye specialist laid there At this point North decided to symposium on relatlvistlo astrophysics 2
Served AU Day was no way of determining become captain for his side and by Dr. John N. Bahcall.
whether blindness might return. Jumped to five club. He didn't physicist at California Instituteof
lessees Far Sea Feed "These thing do sometimes have the cards to Justify that Technology Pasadena and 10 !
ATHENS NOW PLAYING happen, he said. "I cannot" tell bid, but h* wanted to stir thingsup Dr. Raymond Davit Jr. chem ; %
Harfung'sHlwir I you how long U will last. for his vulnerable opponentsand let at the Brookhaven National

faafvrct 1:00 3:31 ':04 1:3: I IJI. 1141 Mitft Ori(. City Cool air coining from a sinkhole he succeeded admirably. Laboratory riJUMNG, Upton N.Y. -
I'II.aenwae led to the discovery.ot VirIDI. East decided to overbid a trifle FLtTD On All
.'* Luray Cavern and went to five spade. The trap will be a huge tank
South panted and then West containing 100.000 gallons of an Christmas Cards Gift Wrap i
got into the act. He decided to cleaning fluid perchlo-
captain.his team and to bid six rethylene.Dr.. and
Bahcall estimated three to
i. i -Y-uSELL! TRADIIWITH full spade North pint pasted.when he He leaped had don to five his atoms nine sun each neutrino of chlorine day coming will! The collide from chlorine with the Exclusive Imported ChristmasGift 2

club. East paised. Why not? atom will he converted into Items
This put it right up to South, atom of radioactive
who put on his captain's hat, which can be counted by lroa-31.Geiger See Our Unusual Stltctia af Chrlitmti Glfttl
I went Into a huddle took a deep counter. I
breath and bid seven clubs. The measurement of nrutrl- hews glen figurine (rant Italy Ctremle figurine* frees

t West doubled and opened aspad. net i'.hould tell u* if the theory Wtit.Oermaiiy.holy.,. .Hungary,' lavaria. Finland. and! Franc.
.. South ruffed and led a of nuclear generation!' of energy 70* .$1.7S'
heart, whereupon East took hit I In tan 1* correct" Dr. Bahcall
are and king and led the Jack of aid. Man canrttl weed tk kewli kettle .psserl.a
tittnil sun | ct including '
t\US diamonds. This mulled In If it I ii. "then
South bin, four tricks and 700 five u* Information neutrino about! should the diet! ittt, f1 iprkses" letttr .,users end! wall a'lctritltni (ram
the fkniptinti, Tanganyika ana Kenya
I point inside the sun, the
South could have aaved a density| of matter there, and the 7$, .$M5Mtttl
trick In the play, but no one had relative abundance of its light
'" twisted his arm aad farced himto I chemical element. Rut k.wl., aid treys end cops and sisters front' India
I bid seven club. Instead he "We hope to learn something $1.80.L9S
could have paaaed six tpadea about what goes on in the vast
and collected a 100-point profit explosions in the universe _
or he might have doubled and supernovse, radio galaxies and Ceramic' kiwis frees Stein.. 60< .$UJPtMsry
: I. made 200 points. Alter all two quaslstellar sources." vaiat Iran Aestrk{ Wed Germany end Irtltni

.0' ares are pretty good defense $1S.$11.15
; against a ..Iam.CltrJQ'DIan Delivery Delayed Calarful foUtia". figwei Ism PtrhigiL

70< .$1.00
The Aircraft Carrier America Paper weights frees '111,. $!-U
UNCriELD. England lAP( ) i. not going *> be ready for delivery

You Can Order 'A K-,.The former Rt. Anglican Rev Cecil Cooper of to.the Navy Dee. 31 IIacbfduled. tar ,Lags, bracelets, tie Heaps, e.ffllllbtI\ ,. sad. pins' |frets '
bishop She la in port for re- 1
Saaiti $1.00 Up
Korea died Thursday, ..
pain. and will have to take her
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The Navy delayed delivery Weed atcklat end! Mr rlags" frees Ttaganyik.

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Fith Weil Valium Christmas PartyAt
.ra.. s tnwtn moimw SUN Kim FWOAT DEC it, im ,

Orange City Social Notes .t", lloipltal Record Friersons For

Tile '. .. r .r t lym U
Sorosis Club Commen'ts" ..,* ..:.plt.* wra vit* l** **
and tli. BtLan sue N'w> b/.yr

r tt\) IectOItA..JGE Fish Memorial Trinity
WomenBPWC Holiday"TIn" Last; Bight Hit Crwider Sunday
(\ for ........1 Ilea are .f rents ADMISSIONS Methodlit .
( the I School Was of Trinity
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{ CITY sat,>.. I*.!.*.u..* .... III, year ._.".' Harry Lawrence Denhtm, lOtrT Church' held their annual
u IDLDUD 8wrn. &II&\W muilc, played by wm. t. MIMr. *.* M.M.r. Wtm". **'* I Dutton Ave. Vait I; Mr*. Milford car slamParty la th* decorated
Irs. Florence Harts. greeted ICtaSINN *al' WMlt.Leula loud 'TthHvtH. Unit It. i rVtonon'i nayhouM

the member and guests ol the DISMISSALS of the evening
VFW Auxiliary Hold orosli Club of Orange dry at Leag who II In the U s.1 Floyd Harrod. S. Shell Rd.: were Special Mm guMtt. Lovett Williams

Officers their meeting Tuesday night at Air Force Chaplain Corp m .it' Mr*. Henry Kelly ti8 S. Ala- .I Mrt Virginia Wade Sally! and

Dickinson Memorial Library lee Air Force Hue will .". gems Ave. Gene Betts Mildred and .)lens
Dinner Holiday PartyA : lubroom Holiday decoration with
Sunday to spend a few days WVMemMlalOH tlcKlnmiyChrUtmti.
Hostesses At graced the party room. A silver Mrs. MleervaUg music was furnishedby
turkey dinner at 130: p.m. Christmas tree holding gold his grandmother. 'ELL DAUGHTERThe Ralph Hitf her.

preceded the Chrittmu party ornament, lighted with blue, Lake Helen Also guests Member present to celebrate

Yuletide PartyThe for members of the Veteiant of .u placed on the stage and at fat the Long home win be Chaplain Rev and Mrs John E. the true and given meaning of

War, and the ladle each tide was a reindeer The ( ..111\..... Denevaa E. HUM, towel!. IV: W. Pennsylvania' Christmas were: Grace and We,
foreign ,lfta were placed beieath tilt White A\e.. are the parent ot a dtugher.
Lovett MaryJonei
Auxiliary. Approximately, 100 at- San Wait and Jeeadee eight icy Sweat, Mary
competed all pound
executlboard weighing
: ree. Gerald Frieron -
held at the poet and Mra. Leg I Ruth and
affair Lento
ended the I Wednesday born at '57 a m. Dec.
DeLand mason
of the officer ol the home last night Children of the The program wu a reading, to the bate at Blloxl Mildred and Otcar Crosby
Business and Professional Worn- member wets tpeclal guests of Chiittmtt Memory Lan" by will return 11. Marie and Luclen Watt, Thelma

ass dub were hostesses last the occasion. Mn. H. G. Carrier. atttoted by E Ms*., to spend the Chrivtmailolidajt. ADMISSIONS and Max Froellc, Marian and
decorated withminiature Mn. Harris singing "Silent CbarlM Carter.
night at their annual ChrUtmas The tablet were tree and Night" and Mn. Charles X. Bert H. Peterson Lk Helen; At iiv added attraction of the
Christmas daughter
party at the Florida Power decoration illmiDIlure. "orrrr doing the sound effect (Jeans) Shirley Shaffer sire. Elizabeth Uptock.: 30.1 W. evening Ur Frlenon puihed the
other holiday of Mr. asin., C Fart olutla Av.; Mil Vivien V. *
Lounge. Chrlstma with alelghbell button that brought on a glitter
A large
Avt, '36 W. Rich Av*,
Margie. GUI and Peggie Miller tree held gin for the children The honored guests were the Shaffer W, Pennsjlvanla w Brown DeLand. ; ng array of Christmas lighting,
greeted approximately 71 membars ttr*. Helen Carey, musician, ac new member who were Intro.dared recently" appeared la *"A Evening : ., Tr Jj a. jt' ; Thonu P. HU1 displaying the ground red with

and guest Mr*. Ruth Mul- compared the group in singing : by their *ponaor*. They ot One Act Plays presented DHMLVIA1JWilliam Mlnsettta blofttntni met and
presided at a I Christmas carol and manygames are David Barges. Carole Norman by the Stetson Vntverilty Play t' holly shrubs. with the blue they
lies. business president meeting precedingthe were played by the groupof Joanne Armao, Wilma ors Guild. The production .wii 0 Hewmn. DeLeon dow of the light outlining of the
short and war introduced' children. Each child received Rogers, Joanne Timer and Dol'IlHO.k ".a. Phoenix: Too It5Oueet' by I Spring; Harold E. Shirley UOW playhouse. Inilde ChrUtmu

program Pearl Smtthdeal. tins vice fruit and candy along with gift. ( Mrs Hock wu not cbrlt phrFlY: UatvenltyAve.; Mn.'harlea (carol were. played and a log
by Teleha and Infant ion, added te
and presented the pro Chairman ot the affair was pretent Mn. Mart Cary Smith; N. .... <4.. fire ta the ttreplae
president 100 EM ClAir Ave.Woman's Christmas pirlt.. Under the
gram by giving the "Chrurtmas Mrs. Loretta Baker assisted' by The group tang several ol the Adelle Av*., leave this weekend FOR A GOLFER'S Christmas, daughter help* 44 (top) try the gtlly lighted Christmas tree tile
Story." She war vurroundcd by Mrs. Jiquellne Fargo Lollle traditional ChrUtma cards accompanied for Charleston! S.C., for awftk' .n a leather golfing glove Ah In a ,.rt..rlln picktgtar exchange gift
the club' qaartet. Anna Pascoe dark Teresa Casazza. Alma by Mr. Harris Mi,*. visit with friend a set *f leather iiamhered head eaten and a golf ihlrt. Groupn were tally placed.wrapped

Fannie Farmer Florence Harris Dreggor and Iris Palasky LNlII! J. Dyer u Mrs. Sass Robert Lackie.Cnt.t Another gift package!! ttert nr cmfrt *. the tntwy The buffet dinner war aervwf
cooked by ass Mr*
Abernethy who bang The turkeys were distributed the gift*. Cap from direct ass and
and Allene slopes Getgle bottom) protect eye with
and table
and Mrs. Lake, HI.. and deign from a large
carol at Interval a* part of Mr. Bertha Klngsley and The punch table wu spread Uckl. Jackson' reflected mow ,..,.. Frames rm with slap fat pay tf OC Church a special cl featuring ChrliNmil
the story.Min. Dark and the vegetable Aux with a silver cloth over whit. Mra. Cherlea will arrive today for a amber shade ten* M4 art canted t* preyed '.nta,. holly, wreaths and flowers.The .
furnished by vale,
and Cora were
Reveille deserts
Agnes linen and centered with a lovely
Mrs. hosts and hortetiea,
their mother,
Simmons, former member, wel e Wary member member. held utxch.nll' centerpiece of poliuettlu gold visit George with Itkhehet\ ). N. Sam Sour) Has Annual Meet and MI'I. Sweat Mr. and Mrs.Carter .
Introduced and welcomed al Auxiliary magnolia I.avell. a tiny tree and will be a familyChristmas Roll presided at the exchangeof
.prclallUf'llI. of gifts.Nantes : Santa encircled with angel hair Av*. There observance tomorrow Among The SickA. NBC Cradle annual ,1111.
The hall decoration carriedout Whit candle In red holder returning ORANGE Cmr The
the Holiday theme and was graced each tide. Mn. Nip with the visitor M. Jtrk) ) Homer It a Christmas meeting of the WOo

under the direction: of Mrs.SmithdeaL Added Trentham presided at the punchbowl home Sunday medical patient tn the Halifax Members HonoredAt mesa Fellowship raited Church 'Cleanup Bee1

There wa a gift exchange with fruit cake, fancy Alicia CebU entertained approximately District Hospital 1. Daytona of f QolytConfregitlon' .w. a
by Mr*. P* eoe. ...lIt. cookie, nut and candy on the I 25 member and Beach. He It In room' & .,. heldln' Jane Marrajr Hall\ recently Set At Church

ed by MroGULsnd birh! ,.ECsi! '. To Pilot Club table. guest 'ot the Future Teacher Yuletide Party with 40 pretent. Th devotion

;: The aamttrot .ecrtt: Pale were ANNOUNCEMENTS dub of DeLand High School at Sandspur CircleWelcomes were given by Mn. GLENWOOD-TM mtee .!
with at the horn George Tansy, using for her
revealed- end pretested I' Mn. Tarter president announced a Christmit party Northald the churoh art sponsoring a
Ran at
gaily wrapped gift*. Memorial Tree the annual New Year' of her parent. Mr. Mi I Fellowship decoratedwith theme, "Mary, the Mother "ground cleanup bee" at the
Church was "
.. The refreshment table was Dy reception\ to be given by Cable. N. Florida Ave, lilt \ Three DapUst candle, Christmas reeding."Christmas church tomorrow morning at .,
club holly. wu a
w overlaid with a pink net over the Woman' Cub (VIA) from night. 1\1ra. Lyra Davte. The program Men of the congregation art
within Additional light have been alto a guest. green and polnsettta yetteixlsy Memory Lane" by
clot and centered which the numbft'lWert sponsor, was Oscar
whit 3 S to ehalrmaa
and on till Memorial Christmas p.m. I morning II member ot the Cr Mrt. H. a. Carrier assisted by asked to Join)
of pink placed
arrangement compoteHanked Tree sponsored by the invited. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TODAYTO New Members dl. Roll Department entertain. Mrs. C H. Behnke singing" ,. Oeth and the other mm of the
liver In a tall silver In PIlot Cub of DeLand. located at Mn. Facer auto announced : David Hayne Kaborn, Bar.hera I, ed Cradle Roll member and Silent Night", and accompanied '\ Board In bringing rakes clipper
by tall plak taper erv the aide ot the DeLand Public Li the meeting of the Volutla Coun- Lalhrep. Celebrating birth- their motheri. Thirty.five attended by Ur. Elmer" L. Patterton. and other tool which might' be
silver .
liver candelabra. A of ty Federation ol Womee'sCube days tomorrow are r r a a. ** Th horn of Mr* DeForestSlckelhaupt the affair and w.... welcomedby Mru F.J. UU1 did tn,* 'Kwtxtelfert useful I* putting the church
Ice wa placed: at each end brary. light received tern: to be held In Dickinson Whitman, Saadr Bughe. Mr*.. S. High St., was the Rev Tom A. Hodgln. with 11.lahbeUt1I4!! 'IMth ground and shrubbery' la top

', the table where Card Forcer Abtr, bin.Memory James P. Roach. In Memorial Library Hall Jaa. 11.Registration .. Margaret Jen*.*, IlUui. DeCHe I colorfully decorated' In th* pallor: :: '. ..** kinging, -. .'::'Z? aotea condition Jar tat ChrUnma .

Florence: Httrl and. .Allen..... memory of James P. Roach: and the board meetIng Darling MiheJ G,.., Mr*.. I Chrlatma theme for the recent The program opened with the, During< th* 't.uaf.ltlltl\ tenon.
nethy ptttfjsJtT chalrmaa: forth Mr: Kay Short to' memory of will be at 10 a m., the meet'' Michael Itakevtch and Edith C, meeting of the Sandspur Circle singing of Chrlttm ctroli. win Mrt.*C J. Tiber, president, Wanes members ef the hoard

Mr*. Edna Eby. announcedthe BUI Short: Mr*. Phil Knox. In leg it 11 a m. and the luncheon Smith. of tie( Garden Oub of DeLand. Mrs William Kalen, cradle roll presiding, the Fellowship Voted win provide refreahmeau during

January meeting will be a hobby memory of Mr*. J. Godfrey .t U.30; p.m. The luncheon will FOB TIll: DAY The meeting opened with greetIng upeilnlendent, who had chargeot to repltc the church sign at the .coffte-bmk time.
meeting Dreka; Mr. and Mrs. ThomasWood. be catered and rervatloni qi'OTK feels that rd from Garden Club the program| chose at her caner of Volutla, Ave. and W. -- --
participating When *
show with 12 member In memory of T. Jame must be mid by Jin. I. The courage I .fI'I. A. F. Powell theme rroveib :1:1.: and gate Unlvertlty! Av*. with a largerone Soviet' Editor DIM
minute there no 'cltnt.
In five It I* In the right, personal ''
by explaining In Soroal dub win bits charge of roll wotk exDlalnlni the new name
their hobble Wood; Eva Stevenson daring ot which It la In During the business tension, the n talk on cradle bearing t
speeche about coffee hour. ol of ChristCMgregttlonal. r MOSCOW AP) Strait
memory of John R. Stevenson; the m"'olt' the Importance right United! Church
which will be dlipUyed._ Henrietta Lantc: to memory of Mn. Carrier extended in Invt: cap hi*. Leigh Hunt group mend approved th bylaws a to Increase training;: i i Wit, Hill Yocom IN* It wu also voted Ocbegov, n, edttw of two .l

Roll D. Lana, Mrs. A. C. tatlon to attend the meeting CK to Include 35. each mother. a Christmas edition to furnish' favors for the Ruuta'e moat widely wedtimarle dub.
ot her mother dub Tuesday atT.JO tht membership and Nuiilni Horn dur *, died the Soviet government
Gilmour Marks Frank, In memory the TourUt the of Horn Ufe magazine orange CIty
Nora ; In memory of Gordon Stew.all ; pm. Mn. Victor Schaefer New England AIM the rd and showed how K may be uat4.0. lug in* holiday *eaaon.Mr aewtpaper. Uvettta l
In memory of A. C Deeds; announced the annual ChrUtrnu Garden Center were enrich Christian living.' *. Mill announsd there will said Tbu1'ldat.I .

Her Ninth Birthday.Mis Knight fit,PytI1Ia1. la memory Lighting Contest' of the Greater Club Yuletide dlae\lllltd. .appointedby An especially attractive tart \* a pneeparty i* : : orArt Wlntreyria; memory of Orange City Area Chamber of A comnlit was to o' the holiday decorations wu a halt" at, 7 pin. Jan. IS with I
Nora Dn COmour, i Jack R. Davidaon. Commerce and announeenura Mr*. Roy Uarr president and, I gay Chrlttma tree Dimmed Mr*. ;}Ttnny la chug ot the NOTICE!
ot Mr. and Mr*. Don- Memory Ilr*. gives for was mad. of a bake *al. *pon. Dinner Meet study attendance report with tiny bright tocldng filled ttck f|. 4Ur
daughter regard.lag W wM r Ilk
aid J. CUmour S. Wad*.Ave., David Felts, Mr. and Mr*. sired by the Safety Patrol make recommewiattofU with candy and enokle for the Following the program and I yew jw!..
urged wi
Member were thesis f1 frU"i N
W Mark.. Jeanettt K. them. business a fellowship
George la front ol the Poet honor. meeting
birthday ot
ninth Saturday mall
her greets
1* celebrating Member of the New England! Barthel to continue HH.
John tervlnj lcl re
The birthday Fry Earie H. Shtnn. Office by Mra. Holiday .refreshment were period wu held. The t* say
nntvertary today. ta honor eta dub celebrated the Holiday eon .> the practice ol living { lire Cloth will h .. <. aimIM
will observe the occasion Light give The hostess*. lor the party served buffet *tyl* by' member table fpreioTWIUl a llrtH *
girl let Richard Shaw Norma Shtw, Trenth with t dinner and programUat coupon and label to aid lathe Max wu entered wttti an arrange .erl. CkrhHMl nil,
with the traditional cake, were Mr*. Fortes .11'1. at Calico KitchenReetauiaat. ef the CR department JIrt. *Iff,*r ,
cream and beverage at an after Ronald Shaw Irene Shaw, am. Mrs Oar Mi han Sr. night. Garden Center Fund. Clu all.n. Mr. Arthur Gibson, want ot a Chrlttmti iren* with wisimiirf
school party to which neighbor Roods Shaw William McAdam. Mn. Dyer. Mn. Frank Ftrtaeh war MJJewe -*. Each member of the group Mr*. Mildred dllion. red and whit polnsetttii. a /Mie siicUit ci ills,
R. Guests pteient for *uto>
tn leave
James 'TII' Champalgne, mad donation '', gold and white
Invited. U113f1' .
hood children hive been and Mr*. D. W. Jacobmn.DeLand lull MAtMAUNf, UOtfJ
Mr Joaepli Beaudett '
Race < Lau' ,
Champalgne.Honor ot Amy miniature Santa. This wit
Pattl graphed copy and a
and brother
Her titter Margaret light have bee re. *. HU1 D an Jr. Mia M- book on table Arrangeroimt' Will 'Surprising'0LUmE1l flanked by whit candle la red. sad CONriCTIMS. .

James Mr. and will Mr also*. E.guett Thompson! eeJved been: Mr*. Kay Short Club lies CoM, and Mr*. Edith which will be presented to Mr*. Holder Mr*. Patterson and Cutest Pck4 l. M Prkita

S. Wade Ave. are the nnaternalgrandparents for her children; Mr. Gregg Midwood.Presenting. W. H. Graham who .RM. bee ill t"ft.O. Pa. (AP) Mi'*. Ernest J, Hoover presidedat *|...
and Mr*. David Black,. for Anna Wttt; Anchor the program wu Arringemem la the holiday When Jennie W. Eden.: a nwerin the tea and mffe. avers "Olrt Fee Alt'

Nicholson. Harbor Oaks,..ft JIll sub, for Mrs.. AUct Wyart Bridge Scores Mr*. Beaudctt who gave a them end novelty gift were .Ij'jlct .pIO eille""irdd.M N wltH\ fajiey cooklfrwi Thl'tahte,
paternal grandmother.Riimmagt :' tIIr.tmaa'Hr Hhfc* .. dirlatma reading "When You brought by each menvber lo bt .utornob The hostesses were Mr. W If. ALLINL'SGIFTS
cried ,y: Baraell Ryal Paul E. Get On." A yuletide poem balers to a local sassing komt. ago, trtmd were aware 1.111\1. :Mn. C L. Brook and
Jacob, In. Chart KlngtburyMr. Yesterday was Muter Poln "America At Chrtetmat Tams," : Following the matting n *cavenger > the p>o u.e Md a lUabU estate. Mn.ClrMtr.haaSr' & FRUIT
Sale and Mr*. Jerome Newman Diy at the DeLand Bridge wu given by Mrt AndrewWertervek. hunt wu conducted by But they were urprlied when. The meeting stun was decorated >
Billy and Michael Cambron, dub. Ten table were in playat and a group tt folk I Mr C. & Carter altar which otfirtale revealed her *et.(e I* I* the holiday them with tare ....... eM/. e.LMd
of the DeLand Chapter Ryan. the Deerfoot Rod clubhouse Mgr with ItW.QW of and Hlwtf' tiCS .. tt Trees HV
Member LJnd/ and Kelly ems.. wan presented hy reBrethrnent were 11I"\'''. Th worth W minion, a nylon tree on the piano
1$. Order ot Eattern Star, Tht expression "(Ubird' a* acoot" with Mr*. Goer PruU u CoM,, with her guttsr Mm table.. was laid with gross net It found in drawer an .....** holly and<< potntettlat need .
will hold n rummage sal tomorrow I director Alvin Lake gave a reeling" otThe .ttin with amng and In seated biding places - -------
this ever
at 109 E. New York seems to come from Nx ih-south winner were: Dr Utile Mixer." The program of and herrlet.Mr throughout till lOronm !noot atMount

Ave, from 7:30: a.m. until-, clumtlne a land. and Mn. Leonard Munson IratUr : ended with the group 4ng meets*. John greenery Hopkins, Mr*. Glen) Alto where *h* bid MvH

*. Edwin Waebtar and Mr*. tag "Silent Night." MfKinney\ and Mm Joe Muter siesta since 1MO

Robert NlohdU, teoond; Vn The commrwee U rtai|* olmngement were welcomed. ai ..*< menv Any. John W Keller Wale" ..'l".Lea ue by Btotaon
Joanne Pasts and Mn. Ruth aid ""
: wen Mr. her of the Sandspur Or>U. ,WhIIII.IM.let Thurwl
Let Ferrell Watt, third; Mr and Mr*. Mr*. William Dean Mr and Other attending were Mrt.'O. that lederal and Mats. toned. the name
George PeirsaU tourti. Mr. Roger Bbermaa, Mr. and A. Blink Mr*. Gordon Gill, Mr. 'lance taxes frould tk s a eonUer .Young slat end fiihloniblt .M
East west winner were! Mr*. Mrt Wilbur Abbott. George Hoffman. Mr*. A. R, ,Me bit*' of tM ..t.. The Implied! And title superb eintr-cri. ogle was

presents Doyle Driver and Mn. David It wu anonnced that ft* MuHlM. Mr*. V. C, Slough, balMe wU be divided amonieoutlnt tf all ages, The trim tprdcrown
Singer tint; Mr. and Ur*. E. next meeting win be Jan. J at Mr T. O. $Umlthde' and Mr. ol the d etted. Sat .left designed (for man
the most fashions *
engaging a man
second' Mrs. Frank brim wdl. mark you at
M. Hlnkle ; i pm. at We Tourist CtaMtnuM/ W. W. Waflar. .. win and narrow
in diamond rings Holder and Mn. A. G. Bean W. Howry Av with Dr ...1.1I'' wise ipprtelatii iiyla. Irked at only flits
L- third; Ourles Vtjit sad Lori Mowbrty Wkeeltr, vMttng pro "

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Mrs.\ Hanhart Elected I I

News of ', Garden Club 'I Sharron Jackson \,

President Of Homemakers Feted A'' -arly I
DeLeon Springs Glenwood PartyDELEON DELEON .as" The \

I seventh bIrtiaIof. Sharron
STRINGS-A Ugated Jackson daughter of Mr and :
I LEON SPRINGS Mr*. exchange. Awaiting distribution. Christmas tree placed on the I Mn. Kenneth ;Jackson was I
HES. J. C. LABTDTCtmDELEON ELLEN L CLARE Hans J. 'Hanhart wu elected the gifts had been placed on a porch at the home ol Miss Ruth celebrated following the business I

GLENWOOD president of the DeLeou Spring! table around a white net tree King greeted member ol the I meeting of the Brownie Troop
FUNGI TO I Extension Homemakers dub at decorated with Christmas tree DeLeott Springs Heights: Garden held In Ruby Bacon Hall on

\ the meeting of the organizationheld balls and topped with gold ores dub when they arrived Monday Thursday afternoon of last week.

Tuesday at the fire nation menta evening for their December Games were pl'Ytd'anet refreshments I

Other officers elected were hire. A short business sesslo I I meeting and Chriatmaa party of birthday cake and
OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED '" 1 s'r I Glemvood Lloyd Durward, vlee-preddent: opened with prayer by Mrs Pled Co-hostess with MIll King was punch served The pretty cake I
Ft. Mrs. Anthony Chellar, treasurer, Poudim. Mrs Madeleine Furley Mn. Irving Ferry. Iced In chocolate, was decorated
; Mrs Lawrence MacCary aecre- president and presiding office with candy horseshoes a \large
i PersonalsGLENWOOD tary; and Mr. Resales Keith announced that on Jan. 22 the Christmas carols were Miss sung white one with blue flowers I
and gifts\ were exchanged. being In the center. Sir small
Circle Initiates council delegate.The Volusia County Extension Horn i
Instruction making
Mizpali meeting opened at noon makers Council will have a King gave tin ones were scattered about the
bell from cana
and Mr. with a covered dish luncheon, luncheon in the Stetson Union I large one and the cake was
I Ih John Spencer drove down from The table where member andguests Hall in DeLand with the DeLani I and some, wen made at the topped with seven blue 'candle i
In holders
Silver Springs last Thursday to were seated wa* overlaid club In charge of the programThe pink
i Trio Of New Members spend the day with her brother. with white and was centered' luncheon fee will be 116 I REFRESHMENTS: Fifteen Brownies, Mn Austin I

in,law and sister, Mr. and Mr. with an arrangement ot red per person and reservation Refreshments of cookie t Trueman and Mrs. Andrew
Lewis Vaughn at the Glenwood! The Jan. punch and nuts were served from Brachf Sr. were present to
s candle In driftwood food must be made by 15. Mrs
Apt. Mr and Mr. a table decorated with red tap. share the happy time with. Shar
table held an arrangement of Cbellar Is la charge of the reservations ron and her mother, ,
Young who also reside In the and plnecones accented of local club member. en In a wooden holder
DELEON SPRINGS Threenew ing the meeting the group enjoyed : greenery \'!!
Apartment were eo hosts with The door prize was a holiday and Mrs.
initiated Into their annual Christmas with a colorfulrelnd..r. CAROM.SVNG Kinsey Barbeau Mn.
members were KIn For the occasion seasonal / the Vaughan for the noon day GIFT EXCHA GE Carols were Mr*. Poudirn wreath fashioned by Mrs. James Prentice Clifton was a guest
the Mlzpah Circle of the party. luncheon. lung McClure and It was won by Mn.Wllhed .
at the Meeting of the decorations were used with I, After lunch there wa a gift recited the Christmas story and
Daughters IL. Good new came to the friend Earbeau.
the focal point In the living the meeting closed with the
organization held last Friday i with the TgtL
of Mrs. Benjamin F. Santa Jr. Members present '
evening at the home of Mrs. Hoy- room being the manager sceneon when they learned last week of Garden Club group singing Silent Night" asa hostesses were Mn. Jackie }U

ett Ingle on Audubon Drive the piano and a large white ,) prayer. Mn James Stanton, Mrs. "
the snivel of her sixth Bruno.
basket, filial with red poinsetties grandchild Members"present Mrs !}{JllJ[ ( [%
They were Mrs. Charle Dreg ,", A daughter weighing five were Jean Gardner, Mn. Don tf'eldli,
gore, Mr. Oscar Mercer and and placed on line of the ..q :\ and one half pounds, was born Circle Holds Prentice Clifton, Mri. Irving Mr*. Han J. Hanhart Mr(. E. WALKER
Mrs. Laura fieinlckt.Mr ( tables. On another table was alighted I .jj" ). to Mr. and Mr*, Benjamin! F. Ferry Mn Charles J Johan S. Sponenburgh Mn Ernest IsumMSWUUAL.

*. Anthony Cellar, vice. toothpick tree around Banta III at Oswego, N Y. Yule PartyDELEON ion, Mr. Laura Lucius. Mrs. Seibold. Mrs Paul Kennedy, til B. "... rli.D"1W45N
initiation [ which the for exchange John Marshall Mrs. Clayton
president officiated at the gifts BIRTIIII\Y Gilt Tracy I Among three' from this com Mrs. John Marshall Mn. Harry
service and during business were placed) Suzette "'UU". daughter of Mr. munity1 who attended the Sheehan Mrs. Charlotte Norton.

In the absence of the presltnt. Refreshment' of a red rake, and Mn., Jimmy "'DlLI..f .I of "The MeMlah'r, at presentation Stetson SPRINGS Mr,. L. Miss Eliza Smith Mrs Durward ,
Mrs Laura Ludus.jMrs. I iced In white! and decorated with DeLeon HprlnK. will be two I University during the t Reynolds and Mr. Gerard Mrs. Furlev, Mr. Hanhart, Mrs,
red flowers and old To ,,celebrate past Bell were hostesses at the Reynolds Mrs Chellar and Mr.
Allen Power presided tiny green I jean Monday, weekend were 'Mr*. Clifford Excel MarCary .
during the Installation aervlce, at leaves, fruit rake, homemade the occasion there nlll home Tuesday evening for Poudim.
], Mr Mabel Gordon, Mr.
which time she .installed the cookies" \ coffee and tea were be a family supper! that evening Russell, Miss LillianParker the meeting of the Camellia Also present 'were Mr. David

newly-elected officers. who are served from the ,dining room at the home of her: paternal Roland, Miss Ann Eckert and Circle of the DeLeoa Springs. Drexler and Mrs. H. Alfred WU .

Mr. Earl Phetteplace! president l. table) wMch was overlaid with grandparent. Mr. and Miss Helen Clark. Also Mr. and Garden dub.Seasonal Hams who came as guests anwre < .. ,

; Mrs. Hoyett Ingle) vice a Christmas tablecloth and centered I\Ir. frank nillln. Her maternal Mi'*. Gilbert Moore Mr. and decoration used In welcomed {Into the club :'. ....ii. ,'. .
president; Mrs. Chris\ Soreweo, with art apothecary, scale grandparent are Sir. Mia. H. Alfred Williams Mr. the living room were lighted membership during business.!
window candle and a lovely*arrangement
varicolored and Mrs Earnle Taj lor.
secretary and Mrs. ClaudeRoche huldlng epray* of hnlly'ahd '
Raymon Northerner Mrs. FloraJax
of red polnsettias on
treasurer ;Christmas tree; balls. Rev and Mr. James B.McGaffin the coffee, table. A, lighted\: Circle Holds
The meeting' opened with theKlnl' Mrs. ,iChrjs Sorensen, was co- Group Enjoys coed Mr. and Mr. Christmas tree was placed In the
gwen* hostess, with, Mrs Ingle and assisted
Daughter prayer
Gustavus to u red fI u I:it. Mrs. reezeway
la unison followed by roll ,call in serving' the Michael Varney who,live with The meeting opened with the Annual YulePartyMeet

with each member answeringwith addition to/ .all of .the chewsmentioned.were 'Meeting\ At her prenta-in-law, in the/ former singing\ tif "Silent Night", 'accompanied
.ot scripture beginning Airs. Frank<<
a verse Conrad house was a member of by Mr. Reynolds at
with L the first letter of Rosa M..I. .Charlotte Notion, the soprano section of the UnU the piano. Poems were read by

tie last name of the hostess. Mrs.. Urtyd Durward, Mrs.,David Sanford Base verslty Concert Choir which gave Mr. Fred Calltrl and Mr.

During business, thank you note N Drury, Jr., Mrs. Harold the Oratorio. Varies Lennon. entitled "A DELEON SPRINGS Mrs.

were read for gift 'IIIfloral/ Blower and Mrs Carl I>tllliln. DELEON SPRINGS Kenneth Mrs. 'Gilbert" V Russet, of Christmas Wreath" and "What Uojd Durward and Mn. John

arrangement sent to the sick R. Jackson! POll Advisor and Montpeller. Vt. arrived Tuesday Makes Us Good Frl nda." Mrs. Hopkins were hostesses at the

and from Qrossnor Mountain Deleon.Personals' eight of his boys of Explorer afternoon to spend several days Jell read "n article on the Durward home for the! annual

School la Crostnoi N C tor Scout Post 955 were among the with her parents, Mr. and Mr,*. Christina cantos and holly and Christmas party of the Dogwood
the the of bird food lultable circle: of the DeLeon Spring
the 76 article sent them by approximately 130 !boys and' advisor David G. Shepherd. types
circle to be'u.ed as gifts at'the who attended the Central Mrs. Arthur Furley of DeLand, for use during the winter Garden Cu!".

echonl'i'Cristmas'partY. A tottal Florida Annual Delegate Conference and,Mr. and Mr*. Core albs I I month.. Upon arriving' at .the party
GIFT BASKETS guests wer* served a dessert
of 89 tick visit were reported held this past :weekendat Thompson, of Orange City were
and coffee from
Several! gifts baskets were course a prettily
as having been mad by DELEON SPRINGS! Happy the U. S. Naval Station' in welcomed M. 'member ot the made up'and will presented appointed table overlaid with a
member since the November Birthday Wishes this week go to Sanford. GlenwoodCurch on Sunday.Mr .
: by the circle to hut-Ins. lace cloth and ,centered with
meettn,. Sylvia Giovanni. France Whitman The group stayed in special and Mrs. Kenneth Moore During the social hour followng greenery and a five.branched

MW MEMBER, 'and Lisa Kay Smith, tomorrow barracks set up by the personnel of Needhum Mass arrived tn the meeting there was a gift black wrought iron candelabrum
Mn. Rudy' Moulder who had ; .tq'Curt'Sapp.; 0v D. Atkins; at the base and ate all of midweek' to spend Christmas at exchange and' refreshments, of holding red candle. Other seasonal I II

been a member of the'King'1Daughters Evelyn TtunJi! and EUa( Smith, their meaJa (which they report their home on Orange BloMom Christmas .cookies eokee, tea. decorations were used at

for.rn.any) her Sunday,,to Beat Holden Susan were delicious) In the Chiefs Drive and to vUlt his parent, nuts .and mints were served vantage points throughout the i' '+
ftc'mer'ft.. town of ,Clyde, Grout and'Tracy Suzette Willis men hall. Mr and Mra. Gilbert Moore, on from a table overlaid with a ?m1111s' 1tp.r

Ohio, wu welcomed into the ld.onJiay0; Marjorie 'Sylvester, ,The miln business of the conference .' Lemon Hane.Mrs. rhrlstmas tablecloth\ and cenered lome.BUSINESS!: MEET
membership the Mlrpsh Or-: Tuesdsjto! Martha Briggs, was 'th.* nominating : Anti| Vfn'$; eef Wood of with a whit net tree. The There was a short business

AMc OrreU' and Earl White, apeechea\ on Saturday to elect a Cocoa was at the home of her' able appointment, were: lacrvstah cession with member answer
de.During the.odal\ .hpur )foUpw Wednesday; to Billie Drrggors. secretary for the Central nor iContinued on r'SZft'Tenl'. ng roll call by 'giving the name

Bonnie Maria. -,B nuke; David ida Conference Tommy> Shelton I Members present wits Mr. ,nd nickname of their home .

News Briefs' Taylor. Enl! Willis and, John whole vlre.president of Post SSI Yule tejqnlrtX Jj\d Mrs; Mre'M.r. itate. Mrs. Prentice Clifton
\ Giovanni\ -Thuttrtny. 'to- 'Sandra ,: and I secretary ot the St. 'JohneRiver 'PartyFetes tlilam r tmm. Mrs Gar" read a poem entitled "Christ-
Is Forever. Miss Eliza
land Money, Mr. George White. mae
Brsnton, Fields add Adwell
: District nominatedby
Ray '
FromDeLeoniflobile: CaeCwigtstujsjjpfta' itr*. Jacob ,Rowe; Mr. Harold; Smith club chairman of con- .
y... 4.t the district as a candidate. Choir Ramsay, Mrs. Lennon and Mrs. secretion >and. birds 'gave an
to Carl and Even though he lost by nine
Calitrl. interesting talk, on till,r.rdnal.:
,Park Willie micott I whose,12th wed- : vptes, the group, wen proud of She also played recordings ot'
.. din* annlvercawill: heWed,, him) ,since, hi WM.chosen to run ,, GLENWOOD *- The ChancelChoir bird songs. Varieties of holly
SPRAUC6-Mr. 'JieadayTand WT P* rl aHHattli; when another candidate failed of the Community Church Lions Plan] brought by Mrs. Clifton and

IDELZON: 'and Allred Md't'jojn and Em,ROM to,attend and .*o he didn't Steve held It* ,annual Christmas partyat passed around to view were

Mn. )James Wllaoa have rev; who willl\! be celebrating anniversaries a.,chance to conduct a campaign the Manse, following choir Yule Event Florida holly; Hex Vomltoria, key aq
toped\ to the Park dler"JMIItJI' ( rehearsal. on Wednesday eve called holly,
Thursday, the, Allreda or write a speech Jerry Taylor commonly swamp
*: stay with a daughter their '53rd and the Roes'- their served as his campaign sing I and gallberry which is of the,
sod her family .In Anaheim, The Rev James B. McGaffin '' '
Sttl. manager and had to give an Im DELEON SPRINGS At the Hex Crtnata familyGames .
Calif. El route ,to California and Mr*. McGaffln and husbands '
weekly Bight at 7:30 were played prizes
Also congratulation to Jeannie prompt'pI'el'h\ on TommY'1qUaitiN game : '
they mad a. stop la Marlanaa Asburlr.whawu.ibs ct1IIIa and why he .thought. hishould '. and wives of choir member Monday evening at the Lion won by Miss Edith Edgar, Mn. A FASCINATING
before! leaving the state and rmPlt'1\I.} be elected, Joined the group for fellowship clubhouse there will be carol Harold Dufendach. Mn. Earl, NIJIDOF
there were stop In Beaumontand : r:'""!":"It.1'riwor.4mda; HIGHLIGHT TOtH and fun singing and refreshment served Phetteplace\ Mr*. Vlola'Stoufferand ,
'and GUaBend tfret!' b111etAnd1'lW' Iub.: Mr. Leon Starkly-director-of Durward. '
Texaa Mrs.
Ft StoeVton during intermission
Arix. and there pas a side Clifford and Hazel 'Buckles; I AU set type of by sports the bane and for game the music was given a purse and The Uona are giving their As the guests were leaving the NEWS' ANNUAL AVAiUBLEEXCLUSIVELYTHROUGH
their Inn Gen and daughter Gin were up Mr Ruth Excel), organist, was
trip to Juarez Mexico.: When re i boy The ol the week.end usual Christmas baskets again party each one was presented
turning hen they topped In Dal., ger; of Falatka, came Sunday presented .with a gift, u memento this year and If anyone attending! with a candle, .handmade by
ton 'Texas, eftlO1l, Ariz. and. morning to'sp.nd.the'; 6u..,with came on Saturday afternoon. of the occasion. the game night would like to Mn Durward and of unusual '
WelbU. Ills' parent, Mr and Mnv Joe when they were taken on a sightseeing Mn. George Arkwell' headed bring canned goods or other design and In holders which had

Mldweod. of Swan- Buckle. ,Hazel mother Mr. plan ride over the city I the 'committee on arrangement blame to go In the baskets they been hand decorated by Mn.Jurward. -
Dire Edith WUhelmlna Thomas, also ofPalatka of Sanford and up to Lake which served dellclmi refresh are Invited to do so. .
ass Uaai. has returned to spend came ,with them and George and back Other actlvi- I ments. Jt has been announced that the Members who were present in
her second winter;at the ,Park. time. Included a dance and the the! above mentionedwere NEWSPAPER
ate apent tfl!*.day with bet ion regular bimonthly meeting of addition to THIS NOW !
She \had a most enjoyable trip A. Q. Beasinger and family crowning of a queen chosen froma CircleHolds the Linns, which would have Mr*. Fred P. Wrt, Mn. .
IB returning made by car and group of senior Girl Scouts of been'Tuesday evening has been Madeleine Parley, Mn. R. M.
Mr and Mi.Robe"
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la company with a traveling the district. cancelled, with the Monday Webber Mrs. Peter Clarke, and ....'.'
<**npnioa 'who was Mlsa Judith. and returned Mr Sahlrdayt ant Mr*..fronJ-CwrKU Jal.\Taylor, Mr. Jackson was pleased to PartyThe evening affair taking It's place. Mn. Harold Blowers. 1954 has been an'l historic)Ur- ne of fundamental \

OUveria of Fall River Mae. note that .all of his scouta attended .
conflicts and of human drum which
They stopped la Tanaru, N. J. They were called there on the worship service at struck home to-
Va. visited by the ....tll.of a slater In- Amaryllis Circle ol the ::nally.
,and la HopeweQ. they the base chapel Sunday rooming you pers t
with Mr. and Mn. Homer Z. law, Sirs.'Man1p'' ; Taylor, who The group came home" Sunday DeLeon Springs Garden Cub AGREE OIL CO.ANNOUNCES Keep its memory Wjnt,forever with this unique
of heart ,
passed awaysuddenly a
i Thorn, who! are former resident afternoon, repotting a wonderful met for their annual Christmas .
cf Swan.... Mr Thorn Is a' attack Just two months and three time. Scouts accompanying party at the home ol Mrs. Hade/ volume-an annual,'unlike) any other, which brings to

,chemist with Firestone Rubber. day after the death of her hui- Mr Jackson! la addition to Jones tn Berwyn Park. Mrs. life the history of our.own time: __ .

There was a top 1a'ltat..bmI. band BUI- Taylor brother of". Tommy and Jerry were David Beta Holdea. Mn. Herbert MOM A NEW It'i a book to cherish to refer to, and above all
Robert and Jake. Funeral
.Ca. and attar arriving la Florida\ I Miller Percy Hammond, Harry and Mn. Let Maxwell wen co- '
they went sightseeing in St. Augustine let and burial were la Douglas Crewa Pat :Buekner, Dennis hostesses. to READ. : :. ;,.

at Martneland and at on Friday.They Keller and Jimmy Shelton.for Mn. Norman Sckle, president '
Cypress Gardens before coming were overnight guests ol the Circle, opened. the EXCLUSIVE THE 3OO-hAGEE, HARD SACK VOLUME CONTAINS

I to the Park. Thursday night of Robert and a vlalt over, last weekendher meeting by reader the classic .
EEGOJLRS ARRIVE Jake's inter, Mrr. Jimmy Wll brother, Undberg Jacksonand "A vuut from SPInt'1(ticholaa' "* MA MMMahii'sirTil K Krtodft. I stnlcomi .wspapet I

Dr. and Mn. :Taylo Compton. Hams and l her family la Alma Mr*. Jackson; from Alma, by Cement Mrrnrt.Comll'llttM Hundreds tf Hock' md !
and after the funeral they went C I. report wen followed CUSTOMER FEATURE i sews" ,hotognlp s, disPlayed -
et Whiteitone\ Va, who an "11',1ar :
winter residents at the Park. to Nichols 'h.... they were supper ,Jackie Bruno of the Petit with 'a reading by Mn. H zee tan opfTKloti! jh..... About 24 popes If tofar,
guesta at, the home of a Beauty Salon and Mrs. Ralph C. Alien Powers fit Peter Marshall .
hare arrived after topping over htegnipht. dwbli
:Map Including"
; f / rail
Island, nephew George Knowlea They! Gould, nl Glenwood! :.had a nice 'a "The True Meaning orCu1IItm. spread mp b1enter
at Wilmington
favannah ca route Ga. returned to Douglas to be withrelative trip together. last week when \ ..." After thin Mrs LOCKHEED setting i the vtot'i wwi mnft. .. A chrenoftgr rf .the
I I there overnight and left where longtime resident '
they TaOahasee Flode Jones a JItIf'nlllftr
Many delectable dishes were Saturday morning to tome home. Jackie look \her state board ol DeLeon Sprint"'' told of a rrnHftrM7nrnfick e Aa almanac' tf bask

'served at the monthly pot luck A En route to Georgia they (topped exam and Mrs. Gould served asher Christmas !M yean. ago la De- I ELECTRONIC twrti* IrftnMtiM) M OA, end. foreign jovimmenrj, sporty'

upper Saturday evening. the in Green Cove Spring to I'I\ftIIf'l. Leon Springs and bow It wu kniims end mriMnict, t ferthj dMth ind
business followed ,
session' momoget..
rail at the home of the Robert The Rev. Larry Johns, ol Jacksonville ffl ""''altd. I
[,upper during which time plan T )lor"s arm-in law and daughter attended the evening Gift were exchanged aid

l,'er. mad for the ensuing holidays Corporal and Mr.*.. David worship service ,at the Churchof guests were itched to21.* tea COMPUTERSON RESERVE, YOUR:.COPY ATISPEGlAL ,

: of Chtia oar and New Schoonover, who with their ante God of Prophecy Sunday. He table) which was charming la : '

)earl.I Sammy and Michael moved to stayed to b* the overnight guest Christmas motit Mrs OUR: FUEL Oil TRUCKS : PRICE''QF $3.

After business, two movie that city ,from Parria ''Island.S. of his brother-! and titter. ,, Evans" poured. .1 ,. ._ v

(tor* chews which were, "Ren- C. when! David was tent to the Rev, and Mr.*, Ormand E. There were 11 members pr .' .... ( :. :., '1
iezvou* to the RMT'and "High- the Navy"Base'at"Jacfcaonvfflalor Hunter, Sr, and their children eat and one guests Mr, George PdA 0aCoiu ncriftd by you .
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way to Ysaemtte." special- schooling: la electronic Continued oa Page Tea) Grey I Auiomiilcillf and tccunl.!? I r--' --1 r

Those who were present were *. bill TH W9UD M W4aVaT I
Mr. and Mr*. Lents Sleek Mr. NOTE: BIRTHDAY computes your (I w. t P '' '

and Mn. Charlie William Mr. ChOdren and grandchildren Include. Mlt.-delrtlled- remtuance DEtAND .:SINI. "' )' ..b....). ... ..' :.-, I
'lad Mrs. Burton Curry. Mr. and wen with Mr. and Mr; CfoarI.1au.vt11e Stewart's Pharmacy .
I lat MUaUUCCftlUf M V '
Mr. Major Wt Reuben'Mr Sr. Saturday evening ereBALL 9% w9f | VUVIULUJ *? *** IV* *> 1

'' and Mrs. RkfeaH Blana.. to celebrate his birthday which AT NO EXTRA. COSt 1 ..
I (I inelosi. b f..i,,...:....vM!liase( .seftd ....... copIes
Mr. tad, Mn. Jack Vpdegna.Mr traa that day. HU iranddaught Weiiaala Shopiin* OntviJ ... ... ... ", -.' '., .' II I Im .
*. Edith Mldwood. Dr. sad Beverly PhIl et,' mad his I aUNt WOfla Wl!,", '.: ., :I ." : ;.' "' "', '1i.;(
'Mr*. Tayk Coraptoa. Mr and birthday,'caKr:vHlch >*. trim. $ Wen Nw'Yrk AWMM Phort. 734-5051 I I .. . .- 40 -'- 'tI.. '. ; .. I.

I Mn Walae Driecnar* Mr. tad md la pink and 'Inscribed with ; Y I I IIJMI ......,.............'...'?t.f1..1t..r..t.: .;.
Schular and ttettekfidm "Happy Birthday Crajldpa." Th PHONE 734-8525 M 1
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: Mark andDseana"intr.. cake wu served' ,with! ice cream \ Oil Co. I AlHD1Ef3 .......s..e' i,...' ,"ti\ .'..'.,'. .... ....... ...
and rf : "Air.
i Have zed Other with
I I and Mr*. Mt heed MM coffee. : present ; e : : I.I I'I

!laed+d. Jr. and Brian! Mr.. and the couple aDd Beverly! were Mr, 'I *. ... .ii..i.w..N.. ........
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Mr*. .Edward: ''p11r.Idt.{ ,14t. Cued and Bessie Sausvill and their ,
Mn. Chrt sJor .-Mr. and Mn soa,'Peter'' and Mr. SmsvUle'l Complete Prescription SerVito GIVE : l lI ". ." ... t'.r'.I'!
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I AIM U?. George Mr. sad Mrs. James E. I bake. .B I* tilted.; .M feed ra
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,. J DOANO (nOUDAMfiX) K WJ. MAT,Ie. II,"Hi;
t.! Ship "News From Four KilledIn I

Catch' Seen Crash Of Kegler's Meet Slated PUG Tells Requests

Public Utilitte Commission aid t
For Florida Guard PlaneFORT Thuntday 'that two motor nne*-
Over Strife asked for a shift lit tile freight'route. ''
AP) Hi Corner .. '
TALLAHASSEE (AP) If VJS. .Archive ha received evt- WORTH. Tex. AP) A i s
f Florida had taken the advice of deuce and record compiled by A huge Air National: Guard Commission Chairman Edwin.
,ft* salvage advisory committee. the Warren Commliilon during tanker plane crashed exploded On Mason said Ryder Truck Line"*
I could have found the valuable Its investigation of the atsasilnation and burned on an attempted Campus of Jacksonville and R and R':
ling of a Spanish treason ol President John r, landing at Greater Southwest I Trucking Co. of Crestview asked*
Lip that tank oft Fort Pierce Kennedy. International Airport Thursday to transfer route In more thaal
Deputy archivist Robert H. By Jlinr atone Teenage Mixed Leagu. rolled a dozen counties between Lake4*
a 1713 hurricane. night killing 4 of the U men LOS -ANGELES (APT UnlvenKy -
S. J. Omen of the Florida Ceo Bahmer laid Thursday night aboard. I For the Splat Happy Ladle. lye atralght strikes and had a of California regent City Tallahassee and Tampa .
glee Survey In TaUahame) that It I Ia expected the material The eaves guardsmen who Pat Franklin had a tutkey royal 210 game. Abe Lilly Jr. had a meet on the UCLA campua today from Ryder to R. and R I
told newsmen Thursday then will come under the govern survived the fiery crash In subfreezing and Delia Grove picked up a pair of clean game and a 603 to try and decide the free-
was every reason to think that I ment' general policy of restrie- weather were taken to turkey, Nlta Hillman rolled a ... Jerry Kayman had six speech Issue that has wracked admln.latratiotoontrol student
the committee and other expert ting for 73 yean any data assembled Parkland Hospital la Dallas. nice 194 while abe and Joyce strike In a row, a 236 tame anda the Berkeley campus for nearly di* pDna.
Ja the field given time and by an Investigative i'w Authorities said none wa believed Davis had turkey royal. Pat 580 eerie. Danny Friend had three months.
agency seriously injured Lilly got the HO. five strikes and a SU gam
equipment would have found la that period four massive
'#* wreckage and brought It Scholar and other interested Their KO7, a prop-driven In the Ladle Tea Pins Leagueit Gene Hogle got the S 7, Richard darn altratJona have been held
shore for research. persons seeking access to restricted craft, cracked up at the south wa Sue Pruitt with a 1M and Lilly rolled a 22t and a MS. at Berkeley. One, an all'night
BA* it happened a private salVage it from the material must request end of the airport, which! U mid. a SIS Pauly Whitaker !had asire Don Donley rolled a 208 game alt.In Dec. S at the admlnbra-
company located the hip proper investigating way between Dallas and Fort 51$, Jo Lee Wiley a 511 and a 346 aerie. tins building led to the met ofH4
and brought agency, Bahmer aid adding: Worth. Fin unit battled SM and Sophie Woodson a 903.Whltaker la the Sub Teen League K Including 590 tu-
up enough Spanish persons.
If they live permission w*
are hour to douse the Cairn*. Velma Seymour and was Elaine Tuma getting the 5-. 6"
treason to make it rich!, happy to make the material dente and about 30 teaching a*>
Under law the state received vatlabl," The plane, from the 130th All your truly had turkey Dottl and June Floyd the 4.S. atotanta.
Refueling Group at Henley Ruckert got the 4 3.7. June Lord Chuck Lilly got the 97 and
iS .
per cent of the find. At present, he slid, no one The controversy I II ever a recently
4 9 whilebowling
Dr. Chart Fairbanks of the "Wbe able to examine theWIlT.n Field tn the Dallas suburb of the '.T. Roylan Stone the 3-7. Debbie Malmrose the revised university policy
University f>l Florida Depart- record pending examination Grand Prairie, wa on a tout. Joyce Wlnfriy the 31-10 and In the Prep Pin Bantam that permit freedom of speech
meat of Anthropology bemoaned and cla n, hour training mission. Kathy Arthur the 4 M. *. and political activity on the
the fart that much of the artifact material. The o w' vt Air Force spokesmen laid the The Tuesday Morning Coffee campus but forbid such speech MIRRORS, MIRRORS'ON
were being removed from port, and more than a x.. tanker apparently' hit an embankment League wetonrn a new bowler Garden Club or activity If it would result hi
on a practice approach In Zoller Sanders. Bert Fusco THE WALL
:the date and old. Lodng themto bulky volume Illegal off-camps. action such
'research; mony and evidence, t and thla ripped away the bad a turkey Carol Prenn pickedup I as civil disobedience demon-

'A* a result he said the ad. have been made public. landing gear. the 3710, Clara Oliver the Aids School strittoni.Student. SOME ARE BIG
trteony l committee began urging r Flame hot out 300 yards. 37, Frances Ramsey the 43-7., opposing the policysay ,
the slat to take over the Job of WASHINGTON AP) Piece of the plane, Including its Flo Knight the $71 while M... Illegal off-campu act SOME ARE SMALL
,salvaging such Spanish wreck CIO President George four engines, were scattered lynn Stints and kyle Moon got GLXNWOOD-In last ...k'i should be left to civil authorities
and othe? treasun trove. say seven labor across a wide section, the '.T. account of the meeting of the or police, not the university .
{ Asked whether the committee President Johnson \ The Air Force identified th t In the Odds "N League Jennie Glenwood Garden dub H was the .....D. DOOR MIRRORS TOO
would recommend the ale of subject of repealing B(>(*BnaK4aaBHBHBBaB| dead a.: I Bra had a dean game lor a 203 Inadvertently omitted that a donation While Agentbegan their

.treasure to help pay for salvageOperations labor. law. that .NCTY-A new iwtmrult M. Sgt. Roy R. Sypert SVofHurst. and Sandy Kennedy came up tor the school lunch program twoday meeting Thursday, dla- JUST FOR YOU.
the committee members I right to work law arrived on the California Tex. with a nice 903 eerie Hernia had been mad to the cuailng routine Item, about 300
objected unanimously.They : met at the White I ... It II nylon fabric M. Sgt. Robert E.: Week, M, Shaefer picked up the.T.. DeLeon Spring I Elementary: student attended a Roan rally SHOWER DOORS.
(/ did not comment when day to a layer of foam of Arlington, Tex. '. Hazel Smith the J.7, WUma Mad-! School and mentioned only thata In a UCLA campus area Hyde ,
Jtl was pointed out that they But Messy told a quilted 100 t. IU cut U T. Sgt. Emil J, Trojacek,' J!, Ian the Ml and Jean Ogden cwrtrttxKloe had been made Park, set aside for public speaking TUB ENCLOSURES.One
er the.ion "we of I>In. a J a the S.7. Barbara Button got the School .
wen losing 73 per cent now the with no back net a to the Malloy program .
hare of the salvors. commitment"Labor leader that can chance expo- S. Sgt diaries W. Elmon 30, 310, Neal Croteau the 37 and Member art reminded alas Of theae, 100 took part In a .
Among the committee'. recommendations I repeal of the labor are law with a flick of t tipper, of Dallas. Alma KJlngwimiUth the nandDIIrl..n. that the next month' meetingwill march past the administration of nicest selection
wag one asking i .. Slows the SoT, be held on Wednesday, Jan. building In which the regent .
permitting state
that qualified experts sit la on which forbid the to whole economy," he aid. Weedier Sidelight Norma Lelght In the Jack ft 13 rather than Jan. 12 as previously were meeting of Mirrors,'ideal
the 75-23 division ot the alvage I Meaoy Jied the Meany and White House Jill League had a riean game. announced. Complete Later, M to 73 students eat(
to ensure that the state get its f nation'* ecoiomle level, secretary George Reedy Fran Calkin, Al Schmoyer and plana for the gathering, a work down outside the building for that appreciated "
in share ': I mie that when the Joe Wen picked up the S T. shop in The Linn Den la De- Half a detain speaker*, both
Others already mad Included.: haft tWJ W-Tlghter security around cane/ end they are: a the President made Mary Fawley the S 10. Bill Met. at a later date. addressed the Hyde Park; rally. -
Wrectkage.Ites. 'I that he stands on the ndt the 4 SoT and Chuck Shanley Most protected the 101 vote of Don't
date salvage bfficen.fAasiftance brought temperature platform, which Frigid Air the 510. the UCLA Academic Senate to Delay-
from the Highw degree. tor repeal ol the provision. Among the Castaway League AppreciationIs support present university poU.r '

..?Patrol and Board ,of Coneervatlon. I The penguin huddled EDITOR NOTE-Deep now bowler It was Pat Lilly with ): Call Today!
ed AP) U.s. her third Congratulations Edward
I quarters the and 30.below.sere tengeratursconfront allspice ,.m. Extended Carter chairman ot ,
A of Into say Secretary of State Pat! Helen Me- the
seven.threat cancellingof crept caveand authorities dying to regent, acknowledged that
unscrupulous salvors. .dian honking geee ( Rusk Andrei: told Soviet Foreign save range cattle In Montana.Robblni Kochnle picked up the 3-7, Al the problem I Ia complicated and
door. eating grain. Gromyko general of Cooler the 1-10 and Joe Pattt GLENWOOD: -The congregation aid he ha "no Idea' what DELAND
serious talk on trade and manager
rise I Thing were different Issue affecting the two Glendive station KXGN TV the 36710. at the Glenwood Church I II course the board will take.
l,tropical animal.*. used a 'oW'o"IIHl-drtve vehicle Fred Fuller of tile DeLand always mindful of the: work ofMis Support had developed both
TLANIf ..alas.. ,lA'Dk...:. ,.N.JIou.-Pt.oa : t may ot her: follow UJf, debt.Ruaelaa and a lot of shoveling to reach Mixed League nailed the JoT and Alice Van OeC who asa on and off campus for a change PAINT & GLASS
Il: hl 'ntifaAd" dbalTvia nd.'sae: Russians have shows In some cattle mired In .four.foot Edwin Holland picked up the .ume* the iwaponalbUlty' tor favored by the Berkeley Faculty
14"Jntlilpepte4'S.btatleek :nropnd>oo heir': In Increasing trade with drift, Hern his story, 4 t. Elsie Wells, bowling for floral decorations each Sunday, Senate Give the student.freedom ..'1'. TAZTii' Owner
ei a cold spell i compound breakllll1ce.YOUR"QUALITY United States and establish Klrkland, had a turkey, a turkey MIM Van CM has had the assistance on campus to collect fund .
Ill W, da. AT* Pa. 7344WOneStop
a New York-lIOIcow com GLENDIVE Mont. AP) royal and five strikes in a and the contribution of for dvd righu week la the South
air route The cattle land unmoving row She also hid her first 600 flower* In this Important work and let the faculty instead of the : .1

Stat Department spoke- unseeing, literally frown silL series In 33 yean of bowling In the peat several month, by -
r ,.sod I rlq denied Thursday that Rusk The DOS and mouth seem fro- She rolled games of 2042131M Mrs. Ernest Aiuley, Mr*. Ray
other UJJ. representative leG shut by Ice but team from for a (11 Congratulations Bennett. Mr*. D. C. Huh Mrs.
from now vail f 2&81't promised the Kremlin that warm breath tell you they still Elite! nod Jones Mr*. IoU Kelly,
aT 6esrd o paid up at the United Na live, if only shortly. You wonder In the Suburban Mixed League Mn. 0. D. Meadow. Mr. C
r it can have the New York- can they last another night of It wa Gen Vest whit a fine MacDonald, Mr*. RaymoaNortherner
air link. below- zero weather without food I 4.10 series and George Rankla ,Mr.Anlel'orteoul.Mt .
and some shelter. clean Walter Puru. Mr. Ana
The hair la caked with Ice and picking up a game GeorgeNapoll Wood and Mr. UwU Wright
got the 31-7, Louise' CHp-
Cites MOW. Many cannot see. Some The congregation la appreciative
I the S 6 10, Bea Newton Die
look with ene eye.'My: must r of the work and contribution .
17 and Bert ted.r1I.1W the 41-T
have 100 pound of ice their
01 of flower of all of then I
Deficit backs. I and ].7. KAPPY'birthday lit Der
prrmx MOST nice Schae/tr This league will people

(AP Stat way It'*to a help pitiful them..llIIt.' "TII,,.', 10 not Year's.roll" on Chriemu or New Mr0. Mentors

Ernest Ellison said to '
There Is no wiy to know how OILS ACTION Honors 'i1oppii
Escambla County' School Vnrncyi
i extensive the loss of livestock Ruth Schmoyer had a nice 173
was $US7,561 in the red
be. The J
r may road a* pralrieiare game In the Palm Fashions
the yean between July 1, clogged with anew From CLtNWOOD-Mrs/ Alvin van
and June 30 1X4.! the air the cattle, whitened' by League. ney and .her.
For the Tta .Jr". It
deficit In the amount of blizzard Ice and snow, blend wes Mn. Michael Varney were hon. FOR PERSONAL GIFTS
existed in the support Into the landscape and are lost Anita McCargo getting a turkey need by Mr*. Dewey Meadont
maintenance Government and Dottl Ruckert the 1-10 tea her homo '
(operating) agencies are a at yesterday
*, kindergarten to 12th ending heavy equipment to Among the Bowlentt M was afloraomi.Mn. UDYREMINGifTh E
*t June 30, 00; bwsute I dear paths through the snow, Vivian rotten picking up the 3-7, Meadnr; Mite has worked .'.
wen not held with : but this may be 73 hour away, Sandy Kennedy got the 96 and with'me elder Mn. Vaney oej. *adtuttable beauty ihiver. ,
CHEVROLET reeourcM,1 aid Cllton: and It would be too lat. SandlGlldweUttieiS.Jean the nursing staff of the ITh, poUerCanbemoeeupkxIedl.( .
audit nleaaed today i la ene plate perhaps !M Bead Gardner, tolling In the Memorial" Hospital bitted about 1,s.' undaam. JrOOm,,,,...dow"
DESERVES THE BEST GET IT son laid some of the of cattle wen stretched along Pin Belle Smith League got 2S neighbor' M meet the two for.mod''h/laC 1hIvInl UIM
a r 4 '. financial operation ,! fence DOW broke by tile weight the> 9-71 while Mesa McCargo women who have recently come and lovely.OrtofT) eettchOrolu
not carefully managed; 01 the pressing animals! Twea had the .- 10. Skies McKechnl to live In Glmwood at the br.met I of tesh/tall eolorji:Orchid,She
BILL HOLLER'SI'n I tythra head were deed. the 97 EUia Well the 3-10,
budget Hems wen over Conrad home. or Cold.C**to match.Cord'Miirrtedomtnrn .
and some record were I Those living looked pretty Janet Calkin be 410 and Eddie Mrs. Allen Power. and Mn. 'r
.... and Inaccurate. weak They probably dsveat Utting fee HO AlII Peter lad Charles T. Momland' presided atti $1219tee.r.
eatea anything since the Ml five strike In a tee"
a letter to the auditor' of !* tea table attractive with Icy
Eecambla: County School lard Tuesday. Then'. very lit. la the late Junior League Itwaa ceRierpiece of camellia.
X\CVi.rdla() MODERN EQUIPMENT WUalm Woodnam Jr...and tie feed out then. Some ridge Linda Arthur getting tb*
V/g lnMM* ; GENUINE PARTS tope are blown free ol snow, but M.IOII'd a public baring '
Board Chairman .
Peter IT.N. lur.n. .
-ESS-*' PROMPT AND WURTEOUS to said the board "''aa tak these are crusted by Ice eel ralmanW bowling lathe would be bsld Dec, 76.BOTTLED. .a.v. sen.w r
There's little forage on ridge
fl/Wl/ AAiUwitfr' FAirT PRICES action to reorganize the de

reapooaible for finan all.f'tlttJa REIINGTON'S
teem to fight till I
accounting drifts tin out and die. II tLEKTRONHC
stew. BVUNCS TO SEE THAT YOU MJ ccunrmr SATOTIO they said, the I
was "revblng board polio I II
to Implement procedure to Duke Expects 'r
Bill Holler Motor "! the defldencie" 0

'and Grind old tile To Leave BcdHOt'STClfr I socket i ,slnks and wdnkesl l
I. ., School budget "make WrtiwttfiorwtttouticerdtI olecPdrgelblraegyce1nt
ISO South! BouJeTu Phone "" tat' the tqvldatkm of IIlNiiJ/ ,
the diad!." Tn. (AP) n* Adpabbie5sitMCnmID1
Puke ol Windsor making u GASPer tactnss.tieIMessf34Irg'ehas4ettutsl

excellent recovery from arterial ,
Surgery wan expected to leavehis *bur lf1mm
If'She'Gay and Intriguing? Gin Her hospital bed today. for tb* uwKtti mirror*nd txtM. '
.e InC time since his ....".*.
"ft to expected .he WIll be eat lints,
DOROTHY GRAY of bed fnr etort time," a heepV., c
tal advIIarrll14. $
Figurine Fragrance Tfc. ductMM ha pent mostef D '
her time aai* bedside and said< ret crtt4rIMPeaeJ* pREToriitgpc.wlhtrdMeten; : I
she. "414 sot pUa to lent till ,
boeprul titO! he to wen along tokin ',. We wens M 1"' .,1aW' 4 4t .
convalescent period." '*. see plat, 41 NerttjH a ,? \
ONLY She nude the comment .to estatement ', Wee 6s. 1N ... .,..... ,, t .toedosIMar4l No'lIheldwltft'eI

released by Methodist .to, >a ...gtlea/.e ...... .
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waa for the eperated removal eaWedneadey efao tee $,...-Asew 1 .wage.s1 .

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tad re,bosd, till I .. sided lee I
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J S CEUND III.DltIllAlIUN( ) NF.VS TODAY, DEC U, "1M4<4 I ....: A.t ',. World War H
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1\'CER REPORTED BY P'RIErbS ( ." f'"r
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This Is The Way It Went At BastogneEDITOR'S

\ Barry Sees Aim At Self ,:

D I NOTE It wu makeshift bakery .and butcher I violent and on Christinas: Eve,
r lust before tile but Christmas of shop had been act np at the the Luftwaffe came to bomb te
In Drive Against(Burch World War IL The Allies were seminary. People could leave town. The' whole district from
theft the _I. college to the Rue dele
on way to victory in Eu .
to collect
rope Then the Germans revived shelters two hours a day HaDe was a.t1re'tJ ;

I tri ) ; o t to fighr the Battle of the Bulge. food. The last 730 pounds of : feeble Christmas carols
WASHINGTON: (AP) Sea.} 'SmyOe, I. wjm 'advocatesBurch's $ wl "sYli The way It went in Sastognt is war relied bUeutts were distributed In the desperate night,
t told in this story written for The as U.S. soldiers fired their bombs destroyed the Red Crossbuilding
Barry Goldwater was describedby IIf1telll dllI'/IJ..a1, said:excludes"What Associated Press by the man last cartridges killing 27 U.s. soldiers
we that
e party
close associates today as who at the time wu burgomaster UES CLEARED and a Belgian nurse.
nobody end Includes everyone .
laying angrily that the drive This is what Mr. Burch's lead mayor cf the Belgian\ Day broke with a great hopeon Gen'. George S. Fatten arrived
against Dean Burch is really fll'lhlJtan't give us. This is why 1 town. Dec. 22. Haze was dissolving. Dec 28, breaking the siege But
'' sties were clearing. At 1:30: German air raids resumed Dec.
aimed at him and critics are hi ,:aoullllo." :
r BASTOGNE, Belgium AP) a.m. a muffled sound was 29-30, destroying'more than a
"not going to push me out cf the la that December 20 yean ago, heard. It grew and a cloud of hundred houses, u most of the
)JKepublicaa party." snow had been! falling thick on bombers flew over the population fled the burning
The defeated GOP preildea- this capital of the rugged Ardennes town. Hundreds of multicolor town
Jal) nominee told Influential Republicans Television Forest area, covering parachutes opened shining as A 'thousand people remained
who talked to him at I the gray stone and blue ilate of they dropped 140 tonal cf food, as shells continued te fall until
the town. The mow coated the ammunition and drugi. The Jan. 15. Only :ISO :W.; the 1.200
his Phoenix home recently he Is Programs black pines on the hills and high whole population rushed out of houses were undamaged. But
solidly behind Dean Burch plateaus nearby, shelters/ to admire the show thanks to discipline and courage
thalrmaa of the Republican national .
Terrified women, children and GIi' and civilians were shoutIng Bastogne lost only 13 cit
committee. Burch's oust- toiTowx'NOTar. cattle crying, kissing each other, izens.
were sheltering in cellars
., has been sought by some eleHgnts fnvvn U iutBflMr UP AND AWAY-This newly certificated airplane Is teen la ipeciacularlr abort takeoff or stables across Bastogne and laughing. Wild\ enthusiasm had
the lUtUn anIs I aubjaetRing '
/ of the party, including aJJortty : *. Th* Sun Ntwi.. I* net ': at Bedford, Mass The new lix-passenger Hello Courier Mark II, called the "Cabal on surrounding (arm*. seized the besieged soldiers and
\ of the 18 GOP goverjiors aianai.l. fer *r.gram* thai .. set demonstrated ability to Then tracer civilians who forgot their tragic ,
with bullets
full load from air and
and governors-elect: ad"..* t. tut Mha ul. Hat* toll. *. unripe operatelansafely 1,530-pound pay King's Beauty Shop
lesi than ISO yards long. at 150 ahella replaced the situation, as U Santa clan was .
;!5 PHOENIX TALKS .;;;;;:. m.p.n. Bethlehem tar in Bastogoe'iiky. coming down to rescue them. ate.4 N. elv1" (Alew tale'. .)
: Burch returned to Washington WtSH-TT.: Ch.nn.l t Dartena On that memorable Friday, Chine( ?$4.71.1

?taursday night after a confer- J ,WDBO-TV Bunk, Channel' Orient t, Orlando '.t. Seventy-two thousand VS. Gen. Anthony C. McAullffe gave SPECULI $
vice la Phoenix with Goldwater I"' 1.01'.n. chance .. Orland. HOW THINGS ARE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA' Soldiers were to spill their blood his historic "Nuts" reply to the 5

and Rep William E. Millet of. : ,,,,.o TVLNlNoI. .. :" in these tragic Christmas days, Germans when they asked for $10 WAYI
,;Jew York, who ran for. vicepresident. ." ," ..a4Ah.u..A.twr fan 1el ., Fl.' : ') A 4 rte r :oi {t,0 marking 'Bastogne's name In the town's unconditional surrender 4 Operator S

wan said. after The national the .conference.lie chair-/'/ m MmMm/t'nor 'potU The Thrill Is : e''; 'In golden letters beside Stalin. under threat of razing It Ne Appetnttnentrgoeeaq
Gon A
has no Intention of resigning I 111.1'. of 11) Laav* It Te' a cart < (?-. the history of German defeat. fighting renewed twice more
before a showdown vote confidence Ill) N.waIH GIi had
; previous
before the National : *) ewe
Committee Jan 22.23 in Chica ((Jl II I !N''i...... KAI Gttkraa preparing September to celebrate We were Christmas

go.Today he turns his attentionto 1:14: Ii(1)) J N.wflT:: .WaJuVcrmklu Behind The Iron Curtain, That IsBy Christmas in peace with our them tint Specials!

ill> Movie when on Dec 17, a rumor
a meeting with the party'l1IDaDce < 41 N.w.T.OO This Christmas Gir Him
committee to take up m Tancr Aarrlnfarl spread across town that the .
< > Wyatt tar Germans had launched a counter POWER
the Leaders 1965 budget who have talked tit T.It (it. M CarolS ,. Maine Chrlttmas PRE8TOX GROVER Over the Ocean," "Dixie," "An. I had to be many big house and offensive Bear dearaaux a TOOLS

tMdwater describe the Republican ( BawhM PRAGUE (AP) If you wantto chore Aweigh" "The Caissons that left little room for streets. Luxembourg town 17 miles 15 % OFF
1.19 (31 Fink Hop 1.laIII '
nominee as an angry man ( ) Th* EntarUlRtra take a vacation behind the Keep Rolling Along. i SPEAK GERMAN: away or HAND TOOLS

I who believes\ that he rallied an I'M ((I M) Th Val..,tln.oIdo"" .Dajrt Tenth Iron Curtain, Czechoslovakia do \*" "U'' oddities There are will some have European to If you get lost you are bound Our. first DISBELIEF . .. t::: [UntU.&. 14))
cf the party conservatives inSetting :JO (I) Jack Bonny an" easy place'to tt. ;you get to find somebody who win put reaction was disbe '
more than 28 million '(S) Ooitur' Frl. vihrdIll 'You won't feel much .cloell:. used to; ,but painlessly.l You you on the right road. People lid How could Germans rout
,voles. Goldwater was said\ to be lttt: (I) 1 Jock] Oclork Poor HUH and-dagger atmosphere, although sleep"under an eiderdown cover speak more German thall. Eng tilt powerful U.S. Army, CONRAD LUMBER CO;
determined that Burch\ should .1'T0. R*.nrtr you can count on it the six inches thick which look as bah and they are continuing to equipped with the most modern:
{not be ousted because be feels U ilM 10:1: (11)I) N.Parma..a Pausbtaf police are keepiiif a fairly close U it would smother you. Itwon't study a main language materiel West Mkblgaa et North Delaware Pies 44454
!would be repudiation of him , ( liven <'II)) Movl ABC Nws to do much about it, The cloak. big X is like drying yourself of Nazi occupation But hours, as guns grew louder.It .
PICKED BY BARRY 11:10 (1) TrniUhtS and-dagger thrill of a trip be-; with a wsd-to-wall carpet they are good<< at sign! language.If was Sunday and we went to Perfect Home or Family
) Movl Prague 1 II a city built by kings church for an evening benediction
Burch was handpicked for his IM: IS) tleweIn hind the Iron Curtain II largely you name your hotel, they
post by Goldwater gins[ even in the Soviet Union, for the benefit of Socialist Almost will \know where It ". celebrating the return of
I Although congressional leader till (I) CJTly ,W.rt.UTU..OWVIIiIING. so long as you stay in the main everything 1s on a mamtve Don't look for taxis. There are the clocks, removed by the Ger Christmas Gift!

\had discounted the centreiversy cities. scale except the streets. They only 350 in the whole city of a mans. Before the ceremony
over the..chairmanship, II* (rat It'. th* -ru'" 'HV 1., ... VISA ARRIVAL' are so narrow In places you million population la Bratislava could start U.S. military authorities : .. ..

I rGoldwater was depicted as feel- '_.M ((ryPlealne: J I ,nf cw'unfke place* its l I ca'l't.,eVen ride a bicycle intothem' there art 50 lor a' decreed a curfew and ."
,' .""' .,.':)11.... .... W otVf' ; > ; : ''without skinning 'fort pap. was cut "> '
your power
It Is test of whether "these KlraCtthe: ulation "r:
'ing a 1 :: curtain yon )just driveupto'the .of 260,000. Cart are
Jftllnn ".et.t.; knuckle There\ is reason-far ', Tb tfwas the
: a first of
Jl.II .
people are going to push me out { frontier end they will scarce and expensive.1' It 'takes many
of the party." ftO: !), nnN.d. 0'rt'wrt* ; five "you a visa for ae many that. !ea'n ago all the atnoblfll more than two years full earn.lags candlelit evenings
eel Central' FU Showea had to build houses On
as Monday, Dec. 18. countless
And Miller said the only (II) On step ttjoni day as you want to tour. U you of a skilled mechanic to
grounds for removing Burch tlt: (1) fllnrnr come by plant, you get your close as they could to the royal buy a little Skoda. tanks trucks and haH-tracki

,'aow\ "Is not his performance but (((41 I,.Jharkle. Pri flltaaea.- Award Chow visa on arrival at the airport It palace the River on Moldau.the maID hill above But with your low-prlced\ their rumbled acroit the town oa
-Jfcecause he Is a symbol of Gold. I im (f) Mr. Main* U that simple. way to the Bearing battle-
.,,'. With crowns\ you rill rent a car and
::111111 Ollll Inland so many nobles 'thflfe'Gllin' front. First Luxembourg refu-
This is to
water. party not going II) txawrtne Welk The official rate of exchanges driver for the day without too '
become a strong party by kicking t-lKI (I) The Texan gees appeared, coming from
T crowns to the dollar, but much pain, three nowns 10 WUtz and
IM: UI Mr Broadway denraux announcing
Sen. Goldwater out.
In MM" yon forget all about that from Seen cents a mile and 8 crowns an SS troops had
The view that the drive '"'0 H..II".4. palace !just recaptured
the When hour
beginning. you come about 30 cents foe
against Burch Is realldirected lone ,I. n"'I" latter town.
.-' Mnvle ,. IlL' you are required to buy I. waiting tone The first shells fell at I 'p.m.
at Gov.Goldwater Robert E.was Smylle challenged of Idaho by, 11Nine: m1 Mow 00iiaw.: i crown: 'equal to $-I a.4ayto In Drive To siiOfft Prague wan't shot up by the Reinforcements of tile.],011t Airbornr .
eacfc day 'expeoUta
.stay .
} you war to almost! everything is intact Division took positions lathe
chairman Governors Association.ot the Republic 1,110, 101ov lit .......1. :.. For thee the rate la 14 to the Including that famous 'I town during the nightWtjrere
kick lAIk ...... : w OaUft. lock: which attract.crowde every shelled three tones a.
to Sen.
"Nobody's trying t'M: Alter that ail*mnney you* / Hailed- bout On the hour every .exTday. A shell blithe Town'
Goldwater said
ator out Smyt t .:...e. : : .: :: :Ii dlln,.bflngs 2Tcf<*wnHo the hour, it chimer the( time, parades HaJ''' front wan. U.S.. 106mm
Boise "
lie Thursday la "bur J" ..
malaeln.' a Nola NduNN
dollar and that. means the 12 Apostles in front ots howitzers .
easy reacted.BATTLE
there are" tome.people'trying! to ..."'1 r.C l! wnurt. N.Yt J N loin,. AHMj room 1n 'a 1 drive WASHINGTON APV ji;';. ;jhl ) window, and repeats the age.old NOISES
la. to unseat : diaries'A.
.. get j at ?hMei and there are Rep ceremony'of death beckoning Belgian police crisscrossed
Halleck ot Indiana ia'
.D.Ltad Radio some fine ones ... costs $3.50 a Republican' leader House to a priest a wastrel and a the town, asking the populationto ,
Contract Awarded .. WJ6S WOOO day and your meals for the momentum, two'members'gaining warrior, each of whom shakeshis take shelter hi cellars The .eJJ, &
most part will be under W each. to stony head la refusal. Thena noise of the battle came louder! """""OS"'kACUIf
trying it
0400 1,0. tUG Ie.C. bring about. .1
TALLAHASSEE: (AP) tar If you feel lonesome, you can Alter weeks of backstage cock crown!. and louder Germans were at
I ter's Delivery Service 'M Jacksonville DELAND PUBLIC drop into the Hotel Aleron for secreting\ Reps. Charles ma E. You wont' see many of the Neville, six miles from here,
hu been awarded a dinner and the chances are the' Goodell.'New York and Robert signs that decorate Moscow and then at Neffe, a little more than
contract! carrier's- llceMt by the y orchestra will be plying.lufaVortls -p, Griffin of ,Michigan are East Berlin urging you to two miles away.
Public Utilities' CommUslon. fuIt hOpeD :edley, a itruig of songs cautiously...- and openly, predicting march onward to the victory of The "next day,. Dee. 20 Germans .. ; DIPlnE
The permit coveN pickup aad which have! made generations of Halleck'f downfall after six communi n. The only sign I attacked in force la Neffe, T
delivery ot electrical appliances 1UIt.. W.d.. Fit Americans cry in their beer, years as the GOP floor leader: saw was in the Skoda automobile Mont and Binary! They could: \ -. -
In DuvaJ. Columbia and Nassau. ,UitU 9 pjn.' BONGS USTED CHANGE FORECAST: plant, urging the workers to not advance, but In Foy, three "
Counties.: On one evening I recorde4 the "I think there is going .to be a work for the glory of the Skoda miles from here, the Americans. flG rtIT
J' loUowin,. in ont unbroken change" Goodell told newsmen works.. had to retreat .
burst; Thursday night during a. break NIGHT CttBSThe Thursday, Dec. 21 we were
I'" "Oh Say Goodbye to Mother,'" in enact the meetings he and place is alive with night completely enclrded. The battle .aR1IIE
NEWEST. 'Yankee Doodle," "Old Black Griffin'' have been holding with clubs open to S or 4 a.m. and was' raging, as close to 4.000'
re Joe" 'Listen to the Mocking some other Republican several Wenceslaa Square, the town people of Bastogna started a
Bird," "When You and I Were dally for the' past two center, is almost as bright as weeklong siege In cold and
lr Young Maggie," then a hoedown eke. Broadway. One night spot there, dark cellars.Above .
C H AN; I couldn't put a name to, CeodeH added (the most likely the 'AlMmbra gives a I leggy our heads shells exploded .
EL .. "Swanee' River,' "Nearer My change would. tee Rep. Gerald show with American music In as houses crumbled. The
('JOlt. to 'Thre" honest injun Ford of Michigan taking over another "off Wenceslas" spot but 'was-fighting but ammunition 'ritllt l lttt C)1t5 :
i t il!: ; they played it "My Old Ken- HallffcK't job whenthe Republicans ,the i Olymplx, they ''elng, only was getting scarce. Officers
't'::' lucky Home," "My Bonnie Lies elect their leaden .for the Beatle songs Once it became so spared supplies u skits refuted
N 5 SPRAY PERFUMC-SPRAY COtoONf7_ SET 19th Congressman., 4. riotous that the police! stepped to clear, forbidding any air dropor
"I hope Ford announces right la'and ordered< them to keep It even support. Calf734-3661 and Reserve Your Flagl
1. I ," else. I had organized a group of
away said Goodell "There is quiet or Now the teenagers
considerable :sentiment. that ht and tweotyen sit. twitching volunteers to distribute food.'A
should run." : but silent while singer contort
w .A d Ford has resitted all ttforti' to and scream on the stage. At the
get I him. to declare his candidacy. end they applaud, but no bobby
: But ht also has declined\ te sox shrieking. 1
say ht would not!! run. Opera Is well'staged la die ..S' SpecII !
1 With time growing short if a fine old Prague Opera House .y
successful coup 1> to ,be Staged that has echoed to the great
Goodell and Griffin Indicated wieee of old. I saw Tosca. The
theptip;; i do their best to gel an eeeeecl wan ultra"modern and ,

Vinci Gould I early The commitment Appalachian"Trail tram,Ford.called ism the excellent tenor basal Hay the solved soprano and tinny.the good''Social tenor, but: Fro :8 ''a;*;;>t f? ,Sp.i, :: Only '

"ont of the seven wanders ot problem.Don't .
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I 2.050 miles along the mountain eating even though M U easiest Your Car Cleaned Inside & Out
backbone of the Eastern United nf little wine halls are tun.
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Editorials ...:. ; : '" .;..

.. ? ,i. : InHistory
: Today
: fJ DeLeon Springs PersonalsContinued
". Purl ,'- I
::Motives In Congo Mess One, One' .

> ( from Page Six) Set John F. (Jack) Marshall

Trances and Ground Jr. and eon of Mr. and Mrs. John Mar

;. The Russians, booted out of tht Congo once 'H on Monday went on to Cocoa than and of Mr. and B, The A........ Pease

before, are again scattering ruble like dragon's were when WItIII his wile. and baby son Mrs Adwea Cooler, has been Today la Friday Dec. 18. the

of the rebellion in the A4 L4r awarded the V. 1 Air Force 353rd day of 1964. There art 13
teeth in )hopes: keeping < Bob and Mia McCargo went days left la the year

northeastern part of the country going. hopping together to Orlando and Commendation Medal at Cglla Today'a highlight in historyOn :
while there they had lunch at Air Force Baae. Jack received this date in 1863. the 13'h

They reportedly have agreed .to provide the borne of her uncle and aunt, the medal for meritorious serv Amendment to the Constitution
e Mr. and Mr*. Ray Chate. abolishing slave went into el.
weapons and money for an airlift of arms and On another occasion, Nits accompanied See .as a missile maintenance Ject It completed the work

advisers to the Congolese rebels, to be run by by Virginia GUmore technician at Eghn. started by the Emancipation

Egypt: and Algeria. went to Orlando to Join Mr and LEAVES HOSPITALD. Proclamation.

Mr*. Chase In having dinner out N. Drury Sr. to now con On this date
The reasons for thJIlatest'Soviet safari into with them In celebration of their valeacing at home having been In 1799 George Washington

troubled Jungles teem clear-cut The central government 59th wedding analventry. dismissed Sunday from Halifax was burled at Mount Vernon
Mrs. Paul Welch and her chQ. Hospital In Daytona Beach In 1923 the Senate Foreign
of the Congo is not pro-Contmunst. tt, 4 drea Kevin and Kim. of Seville where he had been a surgical Relations Committee approvedthe

Thus by Marxist logic it is,anti-Communist So were hen Sunday afternoon can patientIt Ken?, Briand Antiwar
bf on her, Mr. Treaty.
the new leaders in the Kremlin are anxious wa expected that John
la 1944. blackout
a newt
and Mr*. Frank Welch. was
demonstrate to restless Africans that Russia will Mr. and Mrs. Will Jackson had Marshall would com home today clamped on the fighting la theBelgian
Thq from the Air Force Base
: support all wars of righteous revolution against as callers Warren, Byrd, John hospital Orlando where he has Bulge .
In 1945, Lord Haw Haw-WU.
Hicks and
:Earl Langdon, an of
the colonialists or their lackeys.It Indianapolis lad who had come been 'a patient for a month. Dam Joyce-tost his appeal to
Residents of our community'who death a* a traitor in
to Florida to do escape a
is also quite likely that they are not happy aDd were staying at acme The were shopping In Orlando vote by the British House ol

over the points the Red Chinese have been scorIng men left Saturday to return toIndlanapoll. Saturday were Mn. Albert Lords.
Barnes her daughter Fay and Ten yean ago Twenty.six
as chief source of aid to the rebels. Anythingthe *.
Jr. Mn. Harold
Albert ,
son persons were killed In the crashof
Chinese can do, they are in effect saying to Dinner guests at the Jackson Blowen, Clarence Dearman an Italian airliner at New
home Sunday Mr. and Mn.
African radicals, we Russians can do better. Leeds Ward and Mn. Joan Little Mn. Hoyett Ingle and Mn. York' IdlewUd Airport

1<< from Winter Park. Clarence Dreggon. Five yean ago President
The reasons behind the action, of Algeriaand BROWNIBMEETMembers Those who wen In Daytona Dwight D. Eisenhower conferred .
Beach Saturday were Mr. and in Tunis with President
the United Arab Republic are not t a immediately of oour local Brownie Habib
Mn. Bob Harvey their grand- Bourgulba.
evident. The leaden of thee"countrlts, Troop who attended the Open
ton Bobby. Mr* Marcus Bran One year ago West Berlin-
while definitely anti-Western, do not want a House held at the Scout Hut on lien and Adrlel Brannea. err lined up to get permits to
w Frankfort Ave. hi DeLand Sat "d" visit relative In East
dominated or + l Mr. .and Mn. Brannen *
Africa by"elther'RUlSla
Communist urday were Sarah Newcomb, Adrlel had ,u their overnight whom they had not seen for. two

China. Shame Jackson Sylvia Hunter, guest Saturday night their grandson yean.
Schwane, Gall Carter
Patty and Field of
nephew, Greg
What they want-particularly by Nasser of Cherry Hunter, Denise Lacey DeLand. In white and decorated In yellow

Egypt is an Africa dominated from the Arab L- Charlene Carwile Barbara Greg and his mother, Mr*. Ray and pink.
Bracht and Cathy Truemaa. Barbara Henderson
does ; Field, wen visitors at the was representative
north. Nasser's dream ,of pan-Arab empire They were accompanied by Mn. from the Duvall Home
Brannen home Wednetday.
not stop at the desert's edge.A ., ., S Kenneth Jackson, Mn. AuitlnTruetnan Ruth Speler came home from in Glenwood, when she I b employed
Mn. Andrew Bracht, to a two-day Fire Prevention
Miami Saturday and the ten us
strong Congo could play .a commandingrole Mr.. and Mn. Peter Schwane. that her mother, Mn. Virgil Conference held at the!

in the future of the.conth en < Charles Poudlm returned to Smith .who underwent major Robert Myen Motor Inn In Or
fVn* -. -tf%* Miami Tuesday after having surgery at Doctor', Hospital in lando. She was accompanied to
rich and potentially. populous;I'1\4' been hen for a visit of four daya the Conference! ?on the second day
Huge, ,P .I Coral Cables, is making a nice
with hit brother and sister in- by Mn. Alfred Curtis who It
Arab North recovery.and we were glad to
does between
it expansionist
lying as Jaw, Mr. and Mn. Fred Poudlm. alto an' employe at the home.
Africa and isolated, white South, Africa, the WASHINGTON MERRY-GQ.ROVND Glenwood LIU Phetteplace spent several was hear tttla good and Mn.While James Ruth They report a very Interestingand

Congo has Inevitably become. an Ideological. bat- days In Leeaburg with her son.In. Headley away assisted her hatband Informative program presented
law and daughter, Mr. and Mn. by speakers and by demonstration
Mart at their filling station.
tlefield. PersonalsContinued Ceo Grubba, their daughters *. The conference wa
Sensational Seen Mn. Carl Walcott 1* going to
is than ideological Charges Vivian and Diane and son sponsored by. the. State Boardof .
C. tomorrow
The struggle, of course, more arrive from Hickory, N. ,
while with
( from Pap Six) Stephen assisting to spend a week with Health.
I But despite the bloody events of recent plan for Vivian's weddingwhich home Cadet and Norma Jean Dn<,.
Mr. Walcott at their on
days, the Congo may be closer to stability thanit sister MIl Alice Van peel over will be on January 2. She Rylane.Ave. gore were In Daytona Beach on

was six weeks or slx'montha ago .. .. _, MdyJ J91 Reynolds the weekend hu since returned home. Mr.-and Mrs. Walter Spangler,. business Friday.. While they
.1' : Mr. and Mn. Donald Blowen
4y----- '-- Mr and Mrs. Charles A. who some WHY ago moved to ,were away their. son Steve visIted

Whether it continues this, progress or begins .; II" Trlmps went to Jacksonville, home left Monday In Sherrffl to return, N. They their: Boynton Beach, have returnedto Rltch.his grandmother., Mn. Ruth

to retreat back to seems to dependon Friday by but on a business trip. had been here visiting his par. our community to Bv :and Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Lastlnger

how vigorous this .b-nws1an pump-prim* By DREW PEARSON This would give the grand Juryan Congratulation to Mr. and enta Harold and Hazel Blower friend are glad that they are and Mr. and Mn. Clllf'nc.DreItOI'I .
back. For the they are
him down
be WASHINGTON The doted opportunity to pin Mr*. A. A. Brown, who this! Chyiel Dnggon and her son went to Leeaburg Sun.
ing operation will on details and compare them living in the home owned by the
door testimony of Don ReynoldsIn with the FBI's then week have moved Into their Ricky of Jacksonville came on Lloyd Durwarda on Merwin St. day afternoon where they called
the Bobby Baker case has not finding, newly constructed home Thursday: of last week to be with on friend of long standing,
Indict whoever Is lying. on To celebrate: her (1st birthday,
been made public, but it has Grand Av. The Brown have her parents Mr and Mn. Bert which was Tuesday Mn. Joe Randolph and Edna Klrchof and
had FBI agents scurrying allover NOTE-The talkative Reynolds built on the site of their former Royal after receiving word that Lowe had with her daughter wen their supper guest at the
the place \trying to check got his Capitol Hill start at an home which was completely her father had suffered an on supper Driftwood Cafeteria In that city
Miaa Carroll at her
DEAlt A1111Y s.. oa his sensational charges.Reynolds informant for the late Sen. Joe destroyed by fire during Hurricane the-Job accident. She and Ricky home In Virginia DeLand. Virginia'sfatter before coming; home.
let loon some eyepoppen McCarthy, baa made a career Dora. and her parents, who live near ,
of bringing accusationi Mr. Thomas Carroll was Louis Jacques Daguerre was
when the and VISITS SISTER' .BarbervUle. were hen Saturday
preas people'hlgtTand low.: H. mad"" aim present and after topper called a madman charlatan,
publie wen bared; but so far Mrs. O. DOfeadonapent Mon. evening visiting her parents In*
Speak N01-f", ,, : Investigation of Mf bargee had complaint U the FBI agaliUt ao day it Ormond .Beach, visiting law, the Clarence 'Dn' on and Mr. and Mn. Willie Palmer and blasphemer But his long strug
their ton Diaries cam to have &Ito" the of
many people 'charging II they captor: Images
ltd only to>> dead ends her brother In law and slater Mr. Mr. and Mn. dull Sorensen
birthday cake and coffee with nature film first
on produced the
communist and deviate
wen sex
Hen the and Mn. F. and their son Kevin.
sre, moat tantalizing M Gordon.
them. The pretty cake was iced practical la 1839.
*, that the FBI finally investigated camera
Mr. Jim and Kaumran
lathe Beverly
Or Forever: vlr. accittaUooe Reynold.made-- and Mn. John. Brockle*
him In 1952. This leda
secret session: hurst of ML Don were Sunday arrived from Gainesville :yesterday
Eye.Popper No. 1-He testified Security Review Board to conclude a'ternoon fallen at the home of and they win be with her Answer M "... Punta

'Y AJIGA L that L. J. Evans senior vice that Reynolds was "a Mr. and Mn. C. A. Trlmoe. parent, )fr, and Mn. Bob Me- I Ocean Trip r
TAN VOW* president of Grumman Aircraft: security risk. Mrs Kenneth Spencer left by Cargo through the Christmas

delivered $100,000 u a brown His confidential file, which plane on Monday to be with the holiday.It ACBOH Causes di sins

DEAR ABBY: I am a confirmed coward and do bag to Bobby Baker a* the the Senate Role Committee ha family of her son Mr. David was with interest that lftrUa i M Biie'slaw
not have the nerve to confront my husband with the "pay-off" for the: TTX fighter- belatedly voted to make a part Spencer la Endicott, N. Y. wills friends learned that, TechnlCJBAMBOO'S TStUof'sariak
letters he is receiving at his plate from his plane, ,_tract.'Cntmmaa )Joined of the official record, declares his wife undergoes surgery Mn. U11M Drops
ex.wife She diicarded him for her own eMveaUnce> ," with General DynamfsjtT present that the board ac1udlod hi Spencer's! return hen to Indefl- app llitlea. lit*L.MllMfUAlrlDomfc. >

and when things did not work out for her CM decided. :aha ,the winning Wo.,;s, 1951 that Reynolds' pelf led t{a nl'e at she plans to remain to MEDITATIONS farad) I1 MICr tsrd/srdss'.

wanted him back. In the meantime he.had met and After the money was delivered reasonable belief that he was a take care of tome busbies afer Ri L p, .w., ,IjCtaUrMot. 'It tour*

married me. I cannot prevent this woman from writing Reynolds. testified, Baker told security; risk. Ibis Judgment the tint of the year, 1"i;&.% = -
but her letters "My Dar11ntJreceived I, was baaed on hi* habits, acuvt- Jay McCaffln nee
to my husband, begin Evans "Tie big boy wants to returned to his IIf11bboot 14 Seated ..tact1fa11p
your letter," which mean that h*' 1s writing ,I Ir see! )'OUe" and took him la to tee tie, attitudes, association, home for the holidays today DI. IWW"'IJ1'. sot t_'_, s s 4l1ttjpicrJ fnttt 4IAnk chMtala
, to her' too. That It what to bnaklng my heart Abby trustworthiness, discretion and from the klkllea ..a.., atliMiiavmStAtvuiif SIPsrw11asbbw
Lyndon Johnson then Vice President University of r Florida tAQ & ., Mt flU""''''' 5411514,1' tie II 810M ... ..
, loyalty. Graduate School at Gainesville. II xtag d J..s.Ia UAASI IS mie
IIWIIII'4 i W Pooh Aube
sad he
We have been married only six months deceive professes A thorough la.vettlgatlon "In June, 1933," the file adds, Jay'' expects to work between IU1' DI MAN tW"'U'T Intel.' 14a0.4 headnAtsdMap ana .. ...... __ ,......
to love me deeply yet he continues tt me
8toIire II Hip and
by corresponding with hit ex-wife. Her letters are love by "Sen. Joseph McCarthy attempted semesters at the Halifax District I CA'-I. Dt TtML, I" PhI um Staaaerade 47Nrit basis MGratat4
to Intervene In the review of Hospital Daytona Beach where
her the FBI htaa'tproduced
letters complete with lipstick prints over signature.
How can I let my beloved husband know that he to torturing a .' Reynolds' security..". he was employed last summer I 'MAN 'IoIHItC M''. SINtIC wluds

me without admitting that I Invaded Ms privacy shred of evi WEEKEND: WARRIOR Mr. and Mn. A. Douglas dark: SWIM DIYYdG4dib wbl Ugh ll 14
BROKENHEARTED BRIDE deuce to back Secretary of Defeni Robert spent a few daya In Lake Alfred Mite rote

up JepoIdI'Itory. McNamara unassuming ex-head this week a* the guests of his
DEAR BRIDE You east Vat coat M thai aMp of the Ford Motor Company hat brother and Mr. and 174'4wrr. _.

you. Walt antu yoe are beta ntax*!, uburrie4 asi ta Eye popper1 two Important document in hi Mr*. Walter T. Car t.IrItts
the mood to talk, and the tea him exactly what ya ban No. l-Reyn* file to bolster his position regarding Mn. Ralph E. Gould: Mrs. tlawnrapw
told... Th next mar will be ate. Lad It h* eaoaatrespect ,I ell chargedthat weekend warrior" aifford Excel, Mn. Mabel Con. d4AerkIsesca die
Us marriage vows .y forsaking ALL ...., fee. American These are 'the Congressmenwho doe Mn. Edward L. Grave nI"
next move to ,...... --ascs
e s Telephone and ruuoN have the unique privilege, and Mn. James Oakes attendedthe
Telegraph had which other reserve dont enJoy I meeting of the United ChurchWomen = ;

DEAR ABBY: A friend of mine had a bridal shower arranged tor Its executives to of serving. la both tile of West Volusla at St. be where'" ar....

three weeks prior\ to her wedding. Right after the shower contribute to Lynda Johnaon't armed ervlCM and Congress at Barnabas Church.. The grasprepeeented N
she broke her engagement. What should tit done concerning Campaign and collect a rebate the aame time and taking Junket the United Preaby J'rICId Thank you from the company disguised as at government expense terlaa Women ol the local MOljrttrjrlMUnSIArlkmatMttM*
WONDERING "expense" while on active duty. They even chin l -

The FBI found,Ithe' collect double pay, both a* L1k.y ,
gWa saoaM be ,.... *. company Communist China with TOO
,The', ,. i ',' has encouraged Its. executives: to inembtn of Congres and as mffloer people., IS the world's .. aowa _
contribute to th* candidate ofthtir : reservists, > .. _
DEAR ABBY: I recently attended a"ttnatr party at i most populous country. With ..
I, .choice but had made aVaolutdy One document McNamara hal square miles, tt ranks -- 3
someone' home. Jlhe table was tot with place maul) :
esle e.NAS513o $
thought place mats wen correct for luncheons, and tablecloths no offer! to reimburse vp big sleeve to tile Constitution text to Soviet Russia and Canada I/waw
them from company fund. of the United States in .
whichrw area.UOfct
used for dinner parties. .
were ... ,
N... .
-J. Popper 3-lteyndds < The person holding any ,
The food was an dished up on plates la the kitchen claimed that the famous hlfl office under the United States Rag a O'NKAL
and served directly to the guests, starting with the hostess -- set which he gave Bobby Baker shaQ be a member of cither y rtANK

flnt. Then was a POTTED PLANT in the center of for LBJ was delivered to John- House during his continuance: In IP"By
the table Instead of the traditional cut Oowen.. Have the ton' residence In a General one.1* : yQjD IOOK SAD/DO

rules for entertaining property! changed Pleas print Senrlcee Administration truck. Another document Is 0 YOU NA0 300 he 4 crL.AW
this with your answer for others who an Ignorant whea 'This too has beta disputedby by the Justice Department aa opinion p MAN W'IiB txlI'fRx'r tdISVPNO's U.
to I
comes eonCft'MlllEX
tt everyone .' it.
written at the of Pnsl-
WITHHOLD MY NAMS: AND VTTSReynolds' ... Atl'CjAtI 11
dent RooMvttt when h* wanted l'
DEAR WITHHOLDt We an alT'lgMraat'* 'M 'litferee favorite tales, how Rep Lyndon Johnson of Texas r: I DOES
ever, pus 4o do with the '
Mbjecta. Lapse"* wwdd critter a well mean-' MX Rep Warren Magnuson of Wash + .
foibles YSORtae4w".Itt
tag hastens.who Wore bee beat to Mttrtala her gutstsla of Washington, Ws. H* ington. and other naval officers

tat wy epIaiM, more guilty *f IgtMraae. tbaa the aerated various Senators and to com back to servo ta Conpus. r I
White House
aides of ed
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with call girl\ *. .
DEAR'ABLY: What 1* wrong with a pencil who He testified for example, that Th. Justice Department ruled .

brags. brag, brags endlessly How this man goon oa he once walked la on a Mr that they could not serve la congrvtt ;
about WmsH and hit accomplishment II not to lie believod. name official and found him and the armed forces at d

He Is truly a wonderful generous penoa. Abby making love to a secretary.Both tile same time.
and B* doeamt have to try constantly to tea: people oa angrily denied to the FBI The Senators who are gnashing Tin IUU11STONU aUXMABARBElAI

how great and charitable and Important he to. It Jut thai the Incident ever look ptace their tooth eves McNaman'a. I,,
breaks m*fceert to listen to trim as glow kit vary Reynolds alao claimed that a:; order,both aboUthlBg. tie .reJ OH. $Avi
ouch a* led* yw Abby. Maybe U yea. print this, Whit .HOUM to M''te'u4 against unnecaatary"Juntetiuf It + 70 bET nR1RY ....60VE4

It wont be ) II7 to say..aayUung. to Maa. the KswMdys that he .ence an MaJ. Gee Ralph lA9 RtK4 O

j" lain mVT.1IEAJttID. pond with aa am snuad.Senatorelect Yirtorough., I>Tw.{ MaJ. Can,:;1 s i

Robert Kttnady., Strom"Thurmond of South Cams k't ,
DUJI--.vr.1IEUTEDt Tee are ........ 'Thatkfawetf 'was a boy friend of the departed Una. aow a Republican abe '\' tr t

rasa II c4t* ( w a.f.. ... :eahewi Mir'... Cermas, can girt. Elea KoIMCSChw > W&J. CIa. Rob mea. a 0DqrIea. ,. ;'" .
it .. II 8n'W,...... .. .; .. maa from Florida. Oa tile othe *. 4v.

e......M'9 awe k;; YM ire M II tmt4r...... The FBI dug up the picture of hand lea.. Ralph Church. D- '
o t t the aide to a friendly pose with Idaho, a reserve major went

t'i 00ftIWIIfIUL TO If. P.I Chalet CM take ear* et Kauedy but could find so evidence : rccrd 'pubHdy I supporting ..

..... ..... ..... M got th tail vale ot ky, yoa russet that h* W knew MIll UNIIL Qj L

apse rt "?,', ', Romttoch.
.? ? S e. Some Justice Department official The viewtkar the earth 17 I

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RUSK REPORTS'TO JOHNSON Stmebndy gnt their direcflenl'adxed :
I The etan. Ualvtrsltf Cod; I both Hall en,the Stttata. campus. In
drafting a subpoena tor
cert Cheir. under the itlrectfoa i l a being Carried: tkrangkout the a 'Larry C. West." Whea
oT Harold M. Ofafla. professor of nation by the American Broad- deputies tried ts serve the
Allies To Meet Li U.S. voice eo. the, School of Millie calling .Company through De- subpoena at the address listed

faculty. .will be heard coast-to- Und Radio Station WJBS. It they were informed that "This
coast In M minutes of Handel's was this station and Us President is the residence; of Larry Eut;."
'M.ulah" tomorrow from 4 to Ralph Hafefeer. who made all A hurried trip back to the court-
Over 4:5: pm. arrangement for this program house corrected the situation.
Unifying Germany The program taped at the Pfr. featuring tile widely. \ recognized last was wanted] at a witness
formenct last Sunday 111 EDza- t0-VlMee Stetson Concert Choir lit a damage suit.

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else ministers of the United /
States, Britain France and
West Germany meet here next The RecordJAIL
month to try to work out a new ,
approach to Russia on the unification r

The of meeting Germany.was announced I I Stan Gilbert.REGISTER 48. Holly Hill Give your family thismagnificent # ''

by Secretary of State Dun non-support; ksac Stewart no
Rusk at the White House Thurs age listed DeLand drunk: Co gift
day night after he and Secre Dan Bacon 31, Jesup. Ga.. speedIng a r
tary of Defense Robert 3. Mc. : B. C. Brown 38, Lake City,
Namara had reported to,Qreslt drunken drying and no drivers of beautiful musiclVIagna"o
dent Johnson on this yeek'a License. Horace J. Dukes, &4.
talks among Allied foreign and DeLand. assault and battery
defense. ministers in Paris. James Martin IS. Mime run-
Administration officials\ are fling stop sign; Ronald PunIer, .
reported hopeful the discussions 20 DeLand. non'support of .
will lead to an easing of differ minor: Gene A. Helndoder 13,
ences between France and other DeLand driving without lights
North Atlantic Treaty Organization at night
allies.DCGACLLE. Willie James Byrd. 28 Mao). STEREO I HI-FI PORTABLES
TALES son F1... vagrancy; Ode;:
Rusk had two conferences Boule, 27 Daytona Beach. pet*\ BICYCLE: BUILT FOR ITVE-Five beiutlei create a Boyd display of motion at aa exhibit
with French President Charier larceny; Bumen A. McGouga!, of the International Cycle and Motorcycle Show la London. The girls helped demonstrate
de Gaulle about which he reported 52, Bethune SC, vagrancy, the Dunlop Quint, a bicycle built for five, which wu mad at the turn of the century
to Johnson. McNamara Jessie J. Green. 49 Trenton and used for racing On._ flat run a quint Cut reach speech. up to 50 nines aa hour.
conferred with French Defense N.J.: speeding; ,Dorothy: Mark
Minister Pierre MessmefMess, Cordaro 33..Savannah. Ga.. con
mar and he agreed on a coordi trtbutlng to the delinquency o' bring you a vast improvement in
nation of French l1uclear'tap.- minors; Harry Folke Bohman, SENATE VOTES FOR MAPLE-LEAF D..t.YN'ERCanada's : : III

ons The targeting McNamara with.Messmer NATO plane understanding I, J4..East Palatka, drunken drlvlug. the recreation of beautiful music

is the basis for hope HITS STARTED ;
that relations with France may Robert A. Dark vs Al J. Sulky Christmas Gift: A New FlagOTTAWA
be improved. The accord Indicate bill for redslon of agreement -
a possible new trend in ; P. LeRoy Meadows vs all with revalutlonary new
French policy, which has been Halifax Enterprises of DaytonaInc.

marked in recent run by declining bill! for reclsloa and cancellation fur A', maple the national flag It has been 1M4 ordered It nOW ever an
French cooperation with Frank N. Magnuson N&1 TU0ES i it !
NATO. \.. Ernest E Strickland, for leaf flag should be flying\ -over I since accepted: a Liberal internationally government such In government buildings.In Solid-statetircuitry I I

Rusk said of tie meeting- on quiet title:- David W. Miller vs Canada's 10 provinces bxChrlatmu' I till taimful a move'to'the to appease Union Jack those,
German Glen AVT Martin for ; as promised ,
reunification. that>the declaratory >by the House
four, foreign jnlnisttrs had. relief; Syracuse Savings Bankvs Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson Lake Helen's Commons by a
agreed la Paris they should explore W E. ConneD m mortgage In his campaign: against Hay vote i of proposal m.23.1 approved to fly the Thorn Union Now you can enjoy the ftJn beauty cf muitc! -wlth! ipcctaeutar'depth! dimenilen and

the possibilities of "some foreclosure; Roland J. Keating French-Canadian separatism. Jack also at a symbol of alle- resonant' bill never tyortpenlblt from t portable. Powerful tolU-jtatt stereo
further Initiative" with the Rus- vs Robert L. Wright for in excess The Senate voted 18.23 Thursday Shufflers Win glance to the crown and membership amplifiers eliminate vacuum tubes and damaging chum heat.Thus, urry-Ia
dance pa the issue. of 1y00Aena: Ward ts Gerald .
At the same time he said F. Wolf;.for 13.800 night for the red and white In time the commonwealth.At t ttrvlci U guaranteed one year-the wld-iUtt components for/v*yten I IA
LAKE: HELEN EdjewatsrShuffleboarders one Pearson said the
there has been no indication of DIVORCES STARTTED maple leaf banner. The House \ W. 4 n e a day fate of his Liberal party's control demonstration will prove that Magnavox Stereo Portables are
an active Soviet Interest in Mary S. Dane vs Frank C, ot Commons approved the' new played at Lake Helen. and Lake rode with the maple leaf. truly the ftneit-tud your best buy on any baiii of eomparUonl
trying! to settle the problems of Dane; Arthur K. Blttenham vs flag Tuesday Only a routine Helen won U U. la the playoff Behind Pearson's drive! for ..
the division of Germany Eloulst Bittenham: Doris .; proclamation by Queen Elizabeth Edgewater's team of Van DrIvke i tile new flag was his dun,to!>> I .. I 4
Richardson Dean H. Richardson ,
IMPORTANT MOVit placate French speaking Que J.
n n Is needed tp make'theflag and SJieard beat Lake 'k.All -
Pjesumably the jyest Cftnvui, ; Elmer Senka va'. .Margaret official. .' ,.. Helen Purdy and McQueea! 10JU. bee A moos to break away ..' .
government Chancellor Serekaj .
, of Lufjk ONE RED LEAF> This wu better ,than last also has developed In Quebec:,
wig Erhard. which faces efpc- MARRIAGE: AWLICATIOXSLet and weedsts
then demonstrations
It will have a single'red' -' Wednesday when Lake Helen lost were
COBS next year, Is urgently concerned RoyMichael., Eustls, 'and pie leaf on white background, both the' game and till playoffto la Quebec City last October dunlog let yew nedr
with a new' diplomaticmove Grace Georgia Emery, DeLand, flanked by two red panels. King Mainland New 1m r a a the visit of Queen. Elizabeth. Only Isntelllstlmel
on an issue of paramount J B. Dalton Bellflower and George V, Queen Elizabeths Conservatives ,In Commons
Importance In West Germany Josephine Ellen Canova. New grandfather! proclaimed three led the singing of Rule Brltai-.
One of the principal topics latht Smyrna Beach, Richard Clifford maple leaves the emblem of Last Saturday war the tint nt." when the Union Jack motion :
Paris discussions was the Francis Port Orange and Joy Canada la 192L Red and Black match when! the win approved Thursday $7990 -
problem of organizing a nuclear Iris SpradliAZ Holly Hill; Orvlllt : Since that time,, Canadian two, local teams fought it ''out night. There was BO emotional
weapons force among as many Edward Ashe and Linda servicemen have worn the emblem and the Rtda won. Torn Irwin outburst la the Liberal.eon. '-,
Allied countries as are willing to Gayle Free Daytona Beach, 'as 'a' shoulder '',patch oa and Margaret Slpot playing' for trolled Senate when tile maple .
participate. The NATO Jon Arthur Sandburg: SilveiSprln" their uniforms.: However secy: the Reds flnUhwl With' t scare leaf was approved.Ol \ 1Itl".IpI"a"ltte.. ..
agreed to (rmtinue" ';exchtnpng.vlew'nn M4.. and ,Barbara-Annie icemen's oranizatlnia'.joined. fa 100 to tht'Hacks, tanfcence "%..%,UH tee IU\ t...k.ri plus ,...Ia'\'\:":
\ tbts! problem Walte, Holly Hill; Emanuel members the Cqm rvaUvt Hubbard 'H.NeaJ Caryeetr $I: second tttfte chtnntl It In..Wit .
which baa' sharply. :divided! Maya; Key"We*, and Max party tn ,.ot Vigorous campaign: 1 \;'ThP'irm belt Red ii a'$lac'matd / IADYrr tweet.'Instantly,.IM..tI., All."II ton.. .bud.. ,, .
the alliance.
Palm. Beach abandonment Saturday and t.1..1
Daytona against of the flag thl'IItxt
Officials said it was tentative and ./ and stereo tsltnt/ Mntrdt. Mot<..| j jJ.ZU
La vtaltora
William Gilbert Farm under which they had gtnt, Into three games with ,wilt j
ly agreed among some of the non Martha Schrader Daytona battle' In two world wars the be at'Lake Helen, .at 1:3p'p.m. In. tw+etoitO' ...rJ'/'".n tr Whites
Interested countries to hold high Beach; Richard Lydell Jordan red ensign, which has the Union( I Dec. 28. City Island; Dee, 2), Green colors. '
level talks probably among and Beverly Ruth Benson Daytona Jack la tile upper left quadrant Orange City", and Dee. 30, Mala-
deputy foreign ministers, on tile Beach; James Elliott Dan- Although never proclaimed land New Smyrna'Beach: ,
nuclear weapon Issue la Europe drldgt and Carol Louise Jenkins.
early next year. That will DeLand; James William Paine
allow,time for continuing direct and Marilyn Laulst Prallt Rich Honor Roll Is AnnouncedFor
talks between Britain and West mond. Va.; Milton Carey, Wash
Germany. ington. D. C, and MabeLIrenevXbwnpaon.
The West *C&mu.goterr.; Dtytona.8 ach .Mi- }
net has strongly 1G tocted \ chad John t.ucu and"] lorta ".

U armed.6. proposal: with for polarlf a surface missiles.fleet Jean Paul Thomas Moore, Ormond Blair, Daytona-Beach; DeLand High: School 'OnlY :

The British government recent. Beach, and Donna Lynn Byrora.
ly broad.advanced proposals ot, for NATO a Holly Hill:. Ralph' Edgar Butu $9990 :
to allow both for the mixed- Jr. and Kathryn Parrlsh Walton The following students are on Bennett, Karen Bern; Donald ;
manned surface fleet and for Daytona Beach. and the honor roll at DeLand High Cnaoncey, Peter D Lery, Sherry
national units to which Britain Carl Reginald ADman School for the second six weeks Dicks, Yvonne Dunrnlrt, Charles
would contribute: most of Its .V' Gertrude Arlene! Glfton Leslie, Port grading period. Alan E. Balled, Early ElUsa A. Emerson JulieA. Ittrtt Mislislt-mtl'il1JC241
bomber nuclear force. Orange; Leonard Charlaine Harp Picronl princiPAl. has announced. Foulds Helen Frame, Gary 'In ttont the
HiH and -
The earth travels only l' miles Holly, Daytona Beach; Robot Tenth grade honor students Include Gardner Larry Gtteman, Shin co.I/Ora1 It '1IIe'r"t ,,
: Julie Bedenbaoah JCetv on Celger. Jamet GUreath. William
: .lIeltne,. DaytonaReact- '
second oa its.Journey aroma Earl wta Bennet, Janet / .'
Conmra Iaa-
e. and Barbara '!11Ii.1.; >>nuks. .., E. Holler- Kathy Hua ea.
the sun. Holly Hill; John Henderson Jr. Ice Cunningham, Patricia 'Ann Donald Hunter Martha Jamie B..Utlfulry, illrn and trim so iiiy-tixirryl. Two extensible e*
Oath Louis DoII\.. John David von, Candact Johnston, tyehard .voit 'for
and Bobble' Jeair BucUianan. M iptsktn ttthtr ''N1n.out er Instantly liftoff tfttlr hlnjti apace
Dumbaugh Deaana Frailer, Utter Carole Larned and Vtrvtnigt Qia
TO WHOM IT Daytona Naomi Beach Sally; Howard Sussman Franand Eny. Gale Goodwin. Jttat Grove i Lyttr' separation. In Itrgtr room. Looks like fine' luggage when/ closed.' Hti ton,

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Johnson and. Nancy &/ntieKrons. / Holmes Mary A..Hood Thomas McBroom. Mary L. McCarthy, .
The Little White ttwtfc Daytona Beach; David W, Larson Wendy L Mansfield Margaret Morris Ella LeuiM ,
Fin ChrtitlM Church Splrltvtl, Radon Purdy and Hope UnJ Nelda J. MasaengilL lImN W Murphy. Donna Nance James I I"4 6141 1311 CMfir St.- Hatcher, Holly Hill. McGregor, Sharon A. Redman Norconk. Petrt Northcott Carolyn 111M nMl Of n1Nq9
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la saw sad al.ars mat Men TORONTO, Out (API GRADE UEletentk Robinson, Laura Root, Margaret REMEMBERoicexa
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Psgi 12 CHAM=>> IflORIDA MM tiR1 ', DIG 1C, 1"4

West Volusia Church News, > i. Christmas Season Brings Message Of God's Love

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9 and Barnes. It 1 I. a the fact that Cod gave u< lot,
Nancy Cues*- "God Gave A Barbervillc Carolyn BT l, This Jesus born Into the' singing and gift giving.
Glenwootl Brumblow will "0 Hull Night" by Howard of feasting. The bells ring only the gift of redemptloi '1'lt,
Gift; Kevin pre Slavery world was God in human Bash season
Cox Lsrine Cleskowski; "&..u.tltul The children know a de'light redemption from the worst ,
Allen last Sunday. merrily.
sent. "My Gilt: Jimmy saving man from tin.
"A Son I* Bom" Is the tublect "Star Light. Star Bright.: JanIce PENTECOSTAL HOUNEMTh Star of Bethlehem," Gladys Onealmu ...... Isaiah centuries: before know- unequalled at any other of alav ry-.1avery sell noj

of the Rev James B. MeGaffln Brumblow "This Year' Barbervffl PentecoetalHoJIneis Barnes and Coold and Carol)n tianky. lag what the pattern of divine time of the year. All this Is fine to sin.
pastor, bill chosen for his sermon Christmas Story Marjorie Church will haM their Barnes, "Angels W* Have Heard self s* he saeriflc and purpose must be. -It is wonderful. But It 1* not So let the bells ring In evy,
on thii coming Christmas ; worship service at 11 sm. Sun. on High" Fannie Staajr, Carolyn Rom Paul foresaw all this and the whol of the picture nor the heart and mind at this season.
Brumblow.' "This I* The Way: prophesied
Sunday. at the 11 am. servic* will ptesent. day with the Rev. John Gaudy and Cookie Barnes, "Aw.yn i master that a virgin. would be with child whole of the message by any Let children ting and congrega
and Kathy McCoy in charge of the morning' message I lions and choirs praise the
of the Glenwood Community Christmas Time" ] the Manger, by a group of I that he be and bring forth a son "and they means. Christmas is primarily good.
Church rnlted PresbyterianUSA. "If* junior and senior girls, feast Sot only a holiday ness of God. We are looking (or-
thereafter shall call hi. religious
Mr. McCaffin will UM the Nativity Scene,. "No Room In I Sunday school superintendent The Benediction will b* by theRev. W have at which name Emmanuel: a but a The greatest I ward to those day !ImmedUttV! \
being interpreted I Is God
the Inn", reader. Earl McCoy: Mr Clifton meet with when God's
topic "God Provides" for III.IM'rmonette Floyd Daniel Thomas. remark that with ut." thing for us to remember i* thatGod ahead greatest girt;
to the children during Mary Sharon Johiwon, Joseph Jerry ., : the studentS tt 10 a m. for openIng At the end of the program I In the world 1 SEASON OF JOT gave us the greatest of all to us will be acknowledged an]
the service Richard Allman: Innkeeper devotional there will be the traditional It celebrate celebrated.
tame that day.
w* impose Christmas is a Urn of card gifts on
Allen hi. wife. JanIce Brum UleJlnerl meet sat t
Special music has been arranged Christmas tree and gift ex. of
by Leon Starkey who blow: Shepherds Danny Peterson with their leader Mrs. Job a change. Th program ,will be little slavery -

directs the Chancel Choir and Ellis Guess Jr" Dennis Gandy. tinder the direction of Mrs.

Mrs. Ruth Excel, organist who Brumblow, Mickey Blackburn,, Evening warship service will Melvla Tollison, assisted by Mrs From these I 11
also directs the Youth Choir. The Three WUemen Jerry Allen be at 7 conductd by Mr. Gandy. Frank Cieszkowski and Howard glorious W. UnluAia Uiurcli cDirectont I
I Edward Gu.... be choir ty does not :
: r Mr*. Excel will play "A Carl Guess, There will practice Cox.
better -- ---- -
Christmas Rhapsody" by Wade. Santa Claus will be at the end tonight at 6 to practice the Mr. Thomas will bring the men a
Child I. This" of the program and exchange of Christmas Carols. Linda LaWalli "Christmas making ,
and "What by Story, at the calls "a DILANO JEWISH CENTER PLYMOUTH AVENUE EVENTH.DAV ADVtNTlliT11 ,
o for the preludes; "Ix>. gifts. the director. ship service at 11 I CHRISTIAN CHURCHMtln North Frankfort 'vo
Hughes Sunday "creation" SL Nt. vera Avt and Hill .<. .....
I How A ROM" by Johnston for The Ladies Auxiliary meeting ing. wor'l FULL dual Stile, PrMiOntItm.' ( at The Wmn'* Clu* lOt J.Omr L..Marshall Raid Stnfor,

the offertory; and "In ExcelslsDeo" Pierson scheduled for Tuesday Bight at Sunday school will be I Anyone a.rlc.s PriSsy: W. Mlihlsan MlsIstsSUNDAY AvatJACK Saturday:

.ti' by Ellis for the postlude.The the horn of Mis. John Gaston am. and welcome all age all about FAITH LUTHINAMrmr FORD ERVICE Wnnihlp' School lam.Babbath .. 11-11' am.

Chancel Choir will sine FOOT BAPTIST In DeLeon Springs has been group this sot. I. Plnis ylvant Ave.Soy. Plblt Hchnnl. S'.0 a.m. Pr.,., Mtttlnc. Tut.. t:ao Dill

the anthems "There Were The Rev Alton Stephens, pastor postponed until after Christmas Pianist will be Mr. Howard soul took anod.Cliii.. 5'heos" 5., 5,3 Jiosises: ....., P1st. MnrnlnaWorahln Worahlp., InsPrarerhtsetinn 10:IIKvanlni CHURCH
Shepherds" by Spence; and Church Dec. 20 the congregation willIng Cox : the Mor.ts, Wo..hlo ':11 asS 11:4': WwL. ,:.. ..m. OF OOO
First through .
of the Baptist Rout t, TrueH
'Voices Of The Sky" by Mat lumber of Christmas 7:30 Rut
At Mr
: Thomas
a m.
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welcome aQ church member God into CHURCH OF ooo ;i: NTCOTAU Rtv, Jumps Albrltton
thews. each Carols at the morning *ervic*. present his evening spiritual i 1M a.Lute. "" ,_.., DELANO Sunday
service sand School n
visitors the :
and to year HOLINESS' CHURCH a.m.
.' The Youth Choir also will pre- The traditional Christmas'' tree the .. Mwrt.nn4iT ....t.. ...
H. will for message to congregation.At Cbristma Ralh, W.'''''. .PaiUrSir Worthlp Ktrrlc' II .. .
preach !
sent an anthem "0 Holy Night" Sunday. will be placed In the church. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday I ... School 16 ann .. KntuekynndiT : x...... .Ito Service. Itt: m
j. Brahms. both services, the morning worship stories .. 'un 1C by hour at 11 and the evening BAPTIST! CnitOI service will meet. Mr Thomas |, about the MorainE WorthlD. 11, tfS 10 pm.
At ':30 a m. the Youth Choir The Barbervllle Baptist win. lead the members In the W.dno will rehearse with Mrs. Excel]i service it I. season of Family Mfht./ W.d. Inn: fern.CALVARY ALl. SAINTS EPISCOPAL'
Sunday school 1 It at I:45 a.m. Church will present the annual study of First Chapter of the that nothing PRIMITIVE' BAPTIST CHURCH Enterprt, Fl..
and at 10 there la Bible
am. and is under the supervision of Christina program .entitled Book of Acts area of N. ,tv*. ate Plymouth': Av*. BAPTIST CHURCH 5 I.m. Holy: Eucharist
School for all ages Children and school superintendent Delmar The First Christmas Mom," Flowers will be furnished for The rejection Eldtr J. D. ".hn.." ISO hat Mlihloan Av. 11 ..m. Holy' Eucbarlat or W lorn.In .
youth meet In their respective classes for Dec. 23 at 7:30: p.m. in tilt the church sanctuary Sunday by I Blbl. Itu .. 11 *.m. Th* "*.. Lll A. Ctloln Fotyon5ni'
Harper. There art birth in the LOll Thursdays and Holy
while '... I 4i RiindaT BnioelII.
a m.
Hall .
dunes la Fellowship church auditorium, Mrs. Anna Bolin.Lake Mnrnln .hI.. H'OS.Fnnlnc Days.
meet In the all age groups |j ant Worahlp 1 it. Moraine WorshIp
Adults sanctuarywith
Pianist I I. Mrs. Ken James The members of the Sundayachool '- angel and Fnj.r Hutlni. W. Gilbert Moore as teacher f II Bvtnlnf Worship OUTHSIDE BAPTIST
The Church Hour Nursery for and she will present the music will have charge of the Helen.METHODIST : heavenly T"'NITvMiTHODIIT W.dn.sdaV I'ID II.m. MI4..ta CHAPEL

pre-school children U held during for the congregational singing welcome and other various part I come so N. Clara .! Wlu! .n.ln Ave.a. .mo. and Choir Practuce.plnsT *02 Rv*ulh W. Sprln: : O.rdtn. Av*.
service which. 1* under the leadership of In the program tradition of ... Alfn* .. Vaught Sunday School* 145" Riuitritn
the worship beginning CHUIICH CHRISt, a.m.
Bobby Roberts Choir dlrctor. without. rhnnl.. S:41 *.m. Mornmi VPonnlp, 11
Mr The will with a "The First Christma will be : year sdiaNriatIll
at U a.m. Robert Best program open
MornlnaWor.hlo. I 45 and 11. Kvanloc Wonhlp, T:II
\Is in charge this week. The members of the Baptist piano solo b/ Barbara Cox: the the subject of the Rev. Weriey unthinkable uniliT. F.))1o...hti> for Adult *. Clara Av*.
Choir Training Union will meet at reader will be Josephine Wilkes: F Fink's 11 Fortunately .nil Tenth. 1 ( m.ttldwmk Huniliy: 8'rrlf* at It a.m.litniur LAKE HELEN METHODIST
At 2:30 the Youth am sermon at the
0. and Mrs.: p.m.Excel will hold a 1:30: for their study period under I Mary will. be portrayed by Lake Helen Methodist ChW"Cb.Mr. of the birth Ivvlc" W.&. t:II ..... I Beb ol Krtolnr tt 11 a.m.Wdn4ty mnttnf. Th. "*".W..I.chIlD\ ,. F. Pink PutorBuaday

pedal! Christmas service at the the direction of Willie Ashcraft. Finale Stacy; Joseph by Jim .. Robert Knapp will beat' Matthew and STETSON BAPTIST CHURCH which Inelndt' tt lmonl** of II a.m.
West Volusla Nursing Home. Members of the choir win Cox, Anna-Lula Purvis; Jacob the organ and Eugene Utterback veal W. Mlnn... and **rtn. | O.r..n Rtcdln Christine Knom* h"IInit W. Indian. I:0* Pnacblnc. 11 Lilt'

p. Members and friends of the meet at ':30 In the church Howard Barnes; Beulah will lead the congregational wonderful Pee, Junlu .. F..t.i-, ft, Av.. opts wttkda/a I LIDo LAKE MIMORIAL BAPTIST.

congregation are Invited to attend auditorium for rehearsal under Carolyn Barnes; Roman Soldiers I singing and will direct the senior of the Marnln Rundav 4iaol.Wvnhlp. ,':41 I..IK..m IB* 11Training S .... Paul Wrtnn LaSs Htltn.1.., ....t..

*" en Sunday at 4 p.m. the the direction of Bobby Roberts.At Janus and Octavus, Billy Inabnett choir as It sings for Its aothem, Mary and fnlon. S:II .m. Monday: Ichool ':41 a.m
.*" 7:30: p.m.. Wednesday there Jr..ln. Wnr.hlB T'l" Worahlp darrlc. U ..... and
dedication of the educational! and Gladys Barnes respectively "Oh. Come All Ye FaithfuL"Sunday came ( Prayer UtaUns". Wit 1:11 .... 710 p.m.Truislisa .
unl{ at the Yoder Memorial will be a carol ting at the : Inn Keeper-David school I. at 10 a m. with child of A1TIENDQWIICll listen I.'0.

Presbyterian Church in Howey. church Cox; Shepherd are Bob White with Charles Craft the super We can Plan' ? CHRISTIAN! FiRST,' CONORtOATIONAU.
the-Hills; and also to partial- The Sunbeams met Monday Howard Cox, and Lorlne Cleszkowskl. intendent. There ate classes for ment and N. Blvd at Wltttniln Avt.Th Like Htltn
with Rtv. ttrnard Mate, .PaitteBnndiy Paul .... .....
pate la the annual DeLand and afternoon at the church all ages.At both for 0' '. .,
: Scbwil. I 4(1( a m Worship u am.CASSADAOA .
Community Christmas serviceat Mrs. E. A. Dsvls and Mrs. A special number "Silent 7,30: p.m. there will be a lived In '.I>u..h Wonhln. 1'*'K! a.mChrlntlin '

the city Stadium. Each person Dixie Turner as instructors. The Night" will be presented by Christmas program under the Joseph and Youth Filltwiblpa FIRST'
should Girls' Auxiliary met Tuesday Fannie Bennett direction Mr*. Richard Paul. selves si) m \ IPIRITUALIST. .. CHURCH
attending provide a Stacy, Kathy Btudy Grttip, Widntidiy.. tin.T. unday nrlc nut: p.m.
candle for the csndlellghtlng afternoon with' Mn. Wllll Ash- All Sunday school classes as sibility of Ulaalpnarjr tiwtkir.

ceremony. The Rev Bernard A. craft.. 3'. 1st Church, service will be held well. as the senior and Junior contempt a. BARNABA. CI... at WlwtnilnTh EPISCOPALN. OLENWOOO'COMMUNITY

Meece II the speaker. Th .Christmas program will at 111 m. with the Elder Percy choir will participate in the program Lord '. : ace, Cnn: LRy Lawitn. CHURCH
Tomorrow at 8 am. men of be presented at 1:30: p.m. Dec. Ming of Ocala presenting the the them of which .is. "J OIfph thou 0.D.. II..'.. Unlttd Pribytrlan Church USA

the cfturch are urged to com to 20 In the church auditorium with morning's spiritual message to '"Th Spirit of Christm*." A I not to take Tutidayt: H.C. T 10 L"" ChoreS R.v.School Jmn, .it. MeOaffm am. ,

the church and help with the both adult and chlldien participating. the congregation who. will assemble special feature will be "Th wife: for that W.dnesdsy:: Frayty H C T Guild a j m.Thundar 11: *. WorshIp ..m".. 11 a.m,

pre-Chrlstmai ground cleanup. In the church auditori i Drummer Boy" a playlet writ. In her It of H'C. Ham.Rit
Tuesday at 7 pm. the Bible : The program will consist of urn. Preceding the worship hour, ten by Mary Ann Hood Mary she shall 8a(rnmmnnlnn<-. P. .m' I.lISt I i> mHnlv FtmllvFuchart CHURCH OF PROPHECY.OF GOD

School will present Its annual Christmas carols, recitations and thet will be 3D( minutes of song Ann will narrate the story and and thou. 't, S:00 am. Mernlnl 101 Block' E. Vrhl Av*.
.. Christmas program In Fellowship 'i songs by the beginner and prl- service beginning at 10:30.Mr will accompany Cindy Utterback Jesus: for Pre.., 11. fin Biindtvlt H <<:.) L. E. Stint. .PuttrHunday

Hall. Ther win be a tree mary classes. *. Jettl Hate, church clerk when. she sings, "Th Drummer I! people from CaaUrbury HWM I p... JEHOVAH'KINOOOM WITNESsES HALL OF School. PdI: a.mPr .

and Santa Glaus will have a gift Th ,Junior and Intermediate will hive charge of the church 0.7.." Names CHURCH OF-:THE NAJARSNE ".. I North Strtni G....., Ave.Pus. .*chlna- Sunday aid W.......
for etch child.Thursday classes will present a drama entitled conference and business meeting Following Sunday 'Nlght't program In a n e I Ie 11 I. Vtirhl nr AmtlllRtv .. I p.ID... Watchtowtr Bludy. day at T tm.ORANQE .

at 7.30: pm. the "No Room In the In.."' hnmedatply following the the congregaUoiv i it Invited Joshua had Charl*| Lllrd Mlnlltar TU..i' S p... Blbl* Book"tl* Wlnl Study.*.. CITY BAPTIST'

community Is invited to share In cm-Ken or coo aervlc\ **. to gather in Fellowship Hall for and Bitndav. Brhnal 11 .m. Uy .::f..ri. = ftittuns ".". David *tlmn.. .PtittrCharlti

the fifth annual Christmas Ev* The Chrlstrnsi program will A basket dinner will be served the appearance! of Santa da us. God hsd ,Worsh'p.Sl;......Ii.tts a t m'..m.Wcrthlp -:0-. .p. Bnwtr" ,
candlellghting( \ service In the be presented Wednesday Dec, picnic styli at noon weather CONGREGATIONAL"A The name I I. aw iducatfonal unit' FIRST PREtBVTBRIAN undy ,Sohotl tuL

(church a* a final preparation 23at> 'I ''P.cnll..t the Church .f permittingmr.vrirR. Perfect Christmas," will j form of the FIRIT MBTHOOIST Dr.724 Hugh Nirtn Ash Biulmvtrd.PutirI Riinday Worship School Ham. Bad 5:45: tnt p"'.
for Christmas Day.A God ef Prophecy The children : !: : LfJTBCKAX be the 11 a.m sermon tonic nt "Joshua." e. tultvtrd 41 a m.. Church School Uld-WMk awrlo. Widnitdty.
at H.wry
welcome await all who Join and the youth ef the church win At tti;Ebeneur Lu t h er a n the Rev Paul H Graeser stOP IMPORT BolU"l ".... Oiorn W. WltimanMunday I II In:am p..m. .Worahlo Junior Nigh Rtrvtct" Youth T:II '.11Io _

( In the services of this friendly present recitations and special Church the JU/ William Eu. First Congregational Church of Matthew .hML L t:41 a.*. Fillownhlp DaLtON SPRINGS'
singing Lake Helen I'nlted Mnrnlni Warship 11 I .."'.. ...10. Rip Youth fit. METHODIST
church at Christmas Urn*. bank will preach at the U m.servic Church of Mary Inwihlp' CHURCH:
A. Christmas party ..and the using is his sermon Christ. of the Holy Fvtnlnc Inr.rmtitl' Worthlv and $T tnl"r Tout Wtdntiday.: III, Blbl Btudy! ".". M. W. diKalanda, MlnlatarBunday
EmporiaBAPTIST traditional tree with guts for exchange theme, "Fore Gleam of t lIe Mrs. Harry Hanicom will be The rtllowtblp I:SO p.11I, Pre.r.CHU"CH. School L S:41 a-m.
MornlB Werthlp, 11
and gifts to each of Gospel" based on the lesson for at the organ and will play for Birth. Some KvwUnc Worihlo 1 1t
and will follow the her solos FIRST AIIEMBLV OF 000 OF CHRISTN. "
apple candy 1 the day. : "What Child la at it. Others -
CHfRCHThe program. Itl .m., the Sunday Thll", prelude: "A Christmas I of in N. .PhtMtn Bulvrd. .,Sod.. E.'sm DILlON SPRINGS
Sunday at : a whether It D...... Wh. Mlnlttir FIRST BAPTIST
Rev. J, C. Purcell will L Brawn, PitrRnnd
The missionary meeting' planned church, achol will convene Rhapsody," offertory and "Ba-l makes no i Sunday: I.h....!. 10:HI am.000p'nissi' C.eM A. Lundy. ....I..
T irheol t 41 :
for both :
preach the U and am. Wonl" )1
ajn. for"IIlht will be with classed for ehiMren, youth hold, He Comes," postlude The But the Bible ,Wnrthlp. 11 am. Evtnlna'Wonblp', Sit. lunday: ,BchooL' l* a.mWonhlp. .
tile I pm. worship services at emitted because ',., the Christ- and adult James MeGlnnls is choir will sing two anthems, makes Fran._lla>n II.""' ,* T.Id n at. atld-Vi$ *.k Strvlc Wdndy.: 11 ,.11I. and. J-41 ....
a Blblt, ... ... .. Tralntn Union. I 45 .
the Emporia Baptist Church. "Silent Prartr Th.' t:II III: ..m.T. p mPrarw
uses program.; the school upertntMdent. Night and "My Christma child to be ..m_ W.daady: t:41
The Sunday school hour will Sunday services at the Church Wednesday at J::11. th* ;youth Prajer" Mrs. Irving Brewter only begotten NOTheiot5aayIsT ....
b* at 10 a.nn.wtdn, classes for of God Prophecy will be heldat at 7:30 will sing "H. Shall Feed CATHOLIC 'II"viLLi
choir WIll rehearse] that Father 10SI Ntrth Alabama. Awe. IS. W. item York Av*. '''' BAPTIIT
children and adult who will 11 a.m. with the pastor of pm.'' the adult chair will meet i, His Flock." save God ".". 'h.", .. M. Htlln' .PlltirBimday 1'..".. .ptrlk. J. Miltn, CHURCH
meet in the church auditorium the church, the, Rv. WiltonMusselwhlt for renaarsal. i:. G. Wessman'' U Christmas Week announcements God 1 I. a Brhool. t U a.IP. Bund.y ..._.. 119: I and II ......,, Rev Marvin, O. ..*..*
Morning. Wnnhlp, am.WMkdav. Sunday ..... "L ...
for the opening devotional* with bringing the spiritual director ; 11f 10 a
the organist and church I a human .*nln. Worihlp, 75* *. I am. Mwnlnf tcrrlc 11
ached superintendent Wllll message to the congregation. of music, Monday, Dec. 21. The Youth conception Tralnln* tnlon. I CBf.**lona. Btturday. I t* Im ).vtnln. Wonhlo. T.II
Cues before retiring to theirreapectfv Sunday school meets st 10 Th Annual Sunday Church Fellowship will. carol during th* the power pta,., ... : ,: Wed t:41 ..m.BARNITT .. T U fit pm, Kld-Wk Prayer ..rvte. *. Ill

claae. ';.m. and welcomes children School Christmas .Program will evening hours.Tuesday A* soon as w Mf FIRCT' PRESSYTERIANCHURCH EBENIZtR LUTHERAN
Plantot for both the aarvtce youth and adult of the church. be held Dee :30 at 7 p.m. in the \ Dee 22. 130: pm* and sensible MSTHOOItT CHURCHIntarprl OF DESCRY CHURCH,

win be Mm.. W J. Blackburn. The director of music 1 Ii Miss churrft auditorium. It 1* under the Youth Fellowship will enjoy that God .* A 147 C.E.Bummer Hlh Mlnltttr, William Plaratn A. ukankt.Fit. .PtittrBunday
Bank p.d.Worahlp
Earl McCoy will lead the congregation Louis Laseter and Mrs." Myrtle the direction of Mr*. Jimmy I a Christmas PotLuck Supper at Ills only H. Wilts Klrtlty: Mini.t.r.pI ., 8.rrlct 11,00 ,. : Mchool., t 4ii a m.Worahlp .
will for the manse. There will he ; lohixti. ss .. :: a.m. service. 11 .....
In the song service. North pianist, play Taylor. I IDroc. a gift doubt In the ... : m. Ckurck SchooL t:II am.
WnriblS .
At J 1:30: p.IIthe Baptist both the morning 'I\d.tb" 7:30: U Christmas Eve Candlelight exchange and singing of carols, : of the Virgin stir I .....1.lund.rWIITMIN.TI"* II: '". ORANGE ClTv M THOOItTtvtrit
*i p.m. at 11 Thursday, Dec J4, 1:30: CHRItTIAN; MISSIONARYALLIANCE *. Mtrtm, Pultrlunday
Training Union will meet with song c'S.IUrd-1 Service will begin p ra out of our : School. 1:1 11 Lat
their leader C: G. Armstrong At 6:SO p.m. the pm. Th* Christmas Story, Carols and There may UNITBO' >> Ins W Armitrtng Ctr. FIcHdl. UornlnaBortblp.. II
At 7:30 the congregation win Glesner' Band win have their Sunday school teachers and Candle Lighting Service. are many tBVTRIAN. 0A. II.". "...... H. Bt.... Pastes CHURCH
assemble to the church auditorium meeting Their leader I* Mrs. officers ar reminded that the BAPTIST world who tool W.rrinklln Ntw. Y.MHndry... Av. Wtrmhtp ..rrle.*. 110. a.m. Blvd Drlvi. .In ThtttrtLrn
for 30 minute of song servIc 'gleri. dine; pianist U ShaMe : regular meeting date has been At Blake Memorial Baptist doctrine of IAI .h.,.....) Monilai BuBdav r-hooL Worthlp* 4t 11Fvtntnv L... W. Dunlin, MlnltttrUndintmlrtldonal
dUne, to the Fourth Sunday nt Church the Rev Paul Wrenn Sunday. IrkML Pot i m. Wonhlp. 7n: )
changed ,
which claim It It .
WIll be .
followed by ..... 500 sat.. rala or suns.IPRINS
the Sunday night service At 7:30 p.m.'th* Victory Lead1r each month at 7.30 pm. In the Jr. will take for his 11 s nu the Gospels Wnklp teas a.m.FIRtT Prayr MMUn. Wd, t:II t... "
swrooa topic, "ll ttARDCN AVENUE
Band meet for age 1335. Paris Hall. re Than ne. the
The dirletma\ Proer&n.Ul lie ." very PIPIT' BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST
Sunday Bible ChurchWomen
pm. General Lutheran
The PIERSONBundty Av*.
be held Dec. 23 sos Nrth *pHn|
: p.m. lathe Mr.*. Louis Friedman m Ntrth .
church dais will meet and this will be mf'lt1nlIIo.' held Thursday will bat ma Tree *ulvardJthn Bchool I:41 mWontilp. MtuHot. R. Niathar. MlwittrBlbl
: auditorium. followed by the church service night in the home of )11" the organ and will direct the Santa will B Hiwsis' Putir II ..... and f:II p... .. School Ittl .av
The following 1 S. the program at 7.30: with Mr. Musselwhlt Ohosteu was All Girl Choir ,a* It sings. 'GO Uonal Sunday Bi I to be Jimmy Taylor. Mornln' Snobs. II.Tralnlnt FTMtc M *umr. I.J*. .. Wit Bvinlna Wonhlp II
presented at till tim: presenting the evening message. Mrs. T. DtU'Ut Taylor Tell It on Th* Mountain"' the Monday 1'nlnn I,IS p .. Midweek atus,. ,: a, T.II Pm.DELAN'OPUI.L
I Donald Peterson--What Can I morning special. t.tnln. .. _.....,., "ot
All welcome and 22. the
are to
and tile
come Chrlstmai Joy was AC
%1'4......., .
Pra'If' -'... e |a SOSPILhoe .
I Give HirnT"; Johnny GUMS.. share tn this service.PTJSUTIYL topic of the program, that WIIJu..nled Sunday school convenes at will present ... Elmer' U Fanr**.
> "HeIo Wayne Cues wfli re- : HAI'TISTHundsy Zltbarth. 143: with Woodrow Hubbard birth at 7.30: Moraine. Wonhlp. 11 .. MI""..... Av.
by Betty Mtrldla Clv, .II.p .. .Tint' Rtv D...,.4 101.00"*... .tlt.
cUe 'Ber* la !Bethlehem1 supervising that classes WSSI.IYANtdIthIOOt, :
; at the Primitive Vaptl chairman who was assisted by for thU- 1-30 p.m. Tnatoaf nndiT BrhovL .:. amMornlnr
.: Astrld Johnston. Virginia Peter dress and adults. pageant wW *n .. Mw V.rk Av.. "'.."'..'. Fin.whlp t *.. Wnnhlp, lit 1;.**.. Il
".v. Curt,. L*.. Puttrtundt > Thurp.
third Tesaday.MCOLON
At T:SO the ra.y r M tlnr. la p m.
and p.m. adult choir front of the : .
son. Dorothy Zlebarth Mary (..."" 1. t 4t Tenth S.FHCS, 1.55
Wilson. will present Its annual Christma invitation U ......., awn.... u 41 m.. T.I*
THE BIBLE SAYS Kathy Greenlund I lit the Advent music tend. W4. rrayir ..*.II... I:.* p... NOsINEsS PENTECOSTAL CHURCH o';OOO MIIIIONEHnkvtli

:! : Wreath and sang. "Away Tomorrow Saturday, Dec If.1:\ Wednesday ....u.*. Pb.Row. .*. .... iitrpni
and Car atl30:: p.m. will b* the Christ- M Carol COMMUNITY C. a. "__'1, Paateeundi *yivttar. WHIIama. rv1r. *
in. the Manger, _Jody! : Or*..t. City Mill SchooL, IP .. PI KbooL. la. a.m vaBStUtM. **
ml... Burnsea.., a auet.wnen W.,,,. ". SIms, MlnltUrMwalas ewotlo.1I Btrvlc" II am. mrvic.nmhlp. 1 II 1*Am p m.|

h Mitthtw Jljlt, Chrbl tmm*.t>** ml *pttlsi. to (*, This Christ was The followed L.erdWas with the Born.sing- 1 ..'.... lISt: .Mtday.III."' *.Kvcinnc.. sceNes*w, !Tbora n. tiC.. T'., Potoes', .. Study Mttiif t M, I:.M... 'Ssburda''_ Wd.Bibl :.?.

.R4j fWB ni lAPfUL .h Mark" ItiU. Jim fat ft lag ef Christina' Carols with -
lift \11. menubeni participating. You Are Invited to I nil htarr. ,....... ..... II .,..... .., ..... bvsl.e.. esisWhsstu

ttitbri kH I* navaL Ants Ml, lithj b
ales .f ifa. Tfc* .***''e .h Acts 10:41: wire ISMI*..**.* t* to mar the 37 member MXTRODHT: present. Westminster United James F. Clardy The Conrad Company

I* Bttit .h Acts Us 4, Peel! MI tIJ' H b* k.,tlii4l t* "Where Does God nt II!" West N.. leek AT*. a' $ "" HI Nertk MSUtAXCI AdDICT S IIISlJUNa lORDS
win be the topic .I the sermon tMtovaef. ..... MUttl Ill "... JiI_ T.' Pb. ,...2:71
wnk tway alt .... RMMM M sal) ......*.. 3:27: kth'' chose by the JUv. Reid B. Case lee. 1 FrsnVISst MtHeaJry, ,. e
fOIl the Sunday rooming worship -

... w lhl w* art ..,lb.* .lists Ckrlst, a**) )I 'Piter. 'Ml .hour .t t 11. 51'oby. PfTEMBE tt The Florist Coston's laundry & Dry Cleaning

Sunday school, held under the lit East: l4UuCuirey
lies,. that *.*tbs itt It. .. spite *f whet Hi* KM I.-tap, supervision of superintendentFloyd 10:30 a.m.: Christmas SwwUy S pie.. 1144i30 B* .....11erW. Ate. ...... .u.Jt5J

will U the
Carlisle meet
M MB1 rAtn. ttkn H1**, tkt .*ydm hMl 'Tp.
May tay church: wUtoriura/ for a brief .teas1e1 hji Paint .Glass
devatloaal period preceding the or..,...... DjUnJ i iDeUndI Federal| Savings & loan
w" .
......" I lit w4tt fef H' H ki tvr4 Wi "M Mlsitft Mt rhee. 'uel 1MIIwtII
regular ciaasrosni period there ft. _< .,..... nnf.UII

fW ""'" .*.1 Mfttsai k *9 "et .b .MHMry, kttwWM are classes far all age group. 1:00.aU Otarck ool Na -.

,Mn. .,.c. $altk'ywlll lie .t V. M. Fotmtain
km' ,.. kIUw tfcrt It la UMM.**.* .( 'I.,4 V the organ Sad will play tilt Portrays Co. Frierson's On The Boulevard

far the MINI
tollAwtag aymna eongregstloatl
MJ wftkot It'y*' wlU *. lUrs-Hy ..... j SMf service: 'Hark. '.' Tnraeneyisnng to* 121 iterdi less-srd FvUtlSswIwSrtee* TU4O4 nt !II... W 5ssS.y TImtotm. 1PnWICH

Tfc* Herald Angela ling.Sl. ,... TUomI
: : ( lear and ''0 Come AllY
; Night.- ,
:t I ..4q.sIf.aer< 'tMia esecaraJs| this' did* taU Faithful. 7:30 pjn4 Ckilitmas ETC Ctnd. Mclra 1 Prvg Cwtr,'IftC. Sugar Drive-ta
iii. th Methodist Top
At $:30 p '
} M *Unt*1NsTbec.reb.0ckrhf.$23N.Ihd.ePAI.z. Youth FellowshIp will meet'' In 4 tarrfe :. Ckrtetau a.** alt .... Isit r rkMo iuuW.atrdSw _

) MM, 0lMi rWtf 11720, at ."*.. 71W1tC W*.M.* the church educanita1.recm with their couasetor el th ,t c",, OMtfctt"TW BittM- .ey aa..H'F Th- Tt'*..... cse DarteM Bwy. ... !II" AaIs "...

TKH" to MM .. Mr*. Cosmo Smith.Motdajr r It- News
MM.* CWTM IIK* Shaprol
N.e.lSsIIiItK. r \ :* ',w cantata win bo pr***.. 'Ti Church That Prayer i Cwp.,
Ebe*. er Lutheran c\rlatma'i I -s.rriat AI W..i ,.... --'4esi aip ? "! SAlL1

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Told Faith Gains New Members; Orange CilyMETIODHT''I' "' ".\\1., I 'Silent Nigh CllVRCH Jl'Ff'S1)EADLTh'ES P8 n DUNG (FLORIDA) SUN NEWS FRIDAY,BIC 11, 19"

For Outlines Coming ActivitiesNew Sunday morning' wnrsMfrIc Rev. Mccce RELIGION
'Week'The I at the Methodist 'l
be at 11. and the Rev Pageant Set

Broom Sr. wffl us* a* M*
member will be receivedat ARE TOLD tells Song
At 7 p.m., a Sunday school radon "Houn of DeaMny." Subject ,
flrtt of the tpecial! Christ. Faith Lutheran Church Sun. Christmas service wffl be held, Mn. Victor Schaefer orgaiitot

ma week aervlcet in the Westminster day during the 10:45 a m. serv- led by children of the Sunday will play for the prelude, "Ri !n! 'm:ty Methfldtot Church wII Sine Chrbtmaa this year #211a Day Heaven Cheered

United Presbyterian ice. A reception for the new achool. Mr. Evan Dumbaugh, ceive Your King" "by VBto and I p'<'<,'n' a pageant. "..... wil b* on Friday regular be the sermon st First

Church will be at 10:30 am. member will follow the service a member of the congregation, for the offerten. "A Medtaf e f N ,ut .1 i 8 p.m. Monday nntfar fBureh. news will be pub. .n Church Diaelple of At Seminary

Sunday when the pastor, t II with Mr and Mr. OeM Main wrote the program. "Chrlsrmaa Chrtotma Carols" arraigej W
Rv. J. Franklin McHendry, and Mr and Mrt. Milton Swann Is Giving". The service will In. Harry VIbbard.'lb. pos4i# wil Coon:"'t The public to invited next week on Thundav, be brought by tke pastor

will bring the menage. "So u hosts. dud dramatization of the Na. be "In Exceltit Deo" a Freichcarol. to iiti'nd the pageant which wit Dee. 4la the" Rev. Bernard C. Meece. .t

You're Dreaming of an Old. Joining the church will be .Irs. ti ity. The children will bring be lipId la the church sanctuary order to be published the morning worship service LOUISVILLE. K). rAP -

Fashioned Christmas Special Larkii Moan and children ,whale gifts"! of clothing or I The choir will present the,[c" Tic: story take* place lit .11 church newt must lit which begin at 11. Can guitar-strumming folk singers .
music will be featured at this Elizabeth Ann, Victoria Jane and canned goods for presentation lowing! program of Christmas Obeindorf, Austria. 1W year In the SUB Newt office by and dancer In black l leotards

service with the choir director, Paul William, 133 Carlton Road; at the service which will be tent praise: The choir will ting,!"The! ego when a pester ioneph' Mnhr noon Wednesday, Dee. 23.Aa The' senior choir will slug th* convey the message of

Roger Caikey, singing N 1dllnger't Mr, and Mra. Carl Artier 414 to Lutheran World Relief or used Christ It Born"; a medley and hu choirmaster. Franz C.ruher a public aervlre.\ thSun anthem, "Break Forth. Therewill Christ!
"The Birthday of the W. French Ave. Orange. City: locally. "Away 1a A Manger and;. 0 wrote the word and music New will accept for also be a Communion solo A group at the Louisville]
King", and PrltcUIa M.alh..s.nd Donald Brandt 1013 E. Howry On Little Town of Bethlehem": ot -Silent sung by Bing Vlck of Stetson, Presbyterian Theological Seminary
Thursday a Christmas Eve Night"PaMor publication on Wednesday
Sally McHendry singing "The Kingdom It at Haad wtthsoloist University: "The Birthday of a thinks
Ave so.
: Mr, and Mrs Darryl Co
w.d..n candlelight service will bit heldat new special church ebervanrea
Mohr 1 I. by
Adam1 II Mrs 0 Holy Night". Organ1st ot Route 1; Mr. and Mrs the church at U p.m. },trl. Carolyn Bauman.. ; I Albert Grime: hit wit by Mrs. planted l for King by Neidlinger A nurseryla Folk singing, modern dance
Loll RosekeUy and "Now Is Salvation Come". v': provided for preschool child. .
August Bern, ot Rout 2 Mra. and Individual and choral readIngs
her prelude will be Gounod' ; On Friday, Christmas Day. a Mrs Charles Petersen will ; Oonnlev ,. and h:1: ton Joseph by Christmas Evil Then ren.
W Irving Lewis 960 TappAn Circle service of Holy Communion will Jeff Meueiamttb. The chool Item mint be In the Sun aQ see part ot aa experimental
"Nazareth" Greeter win be sing the solo "0 Com, 0 Com I Church school to at 1:40: a.m. worship service developed
Mr. and Mn. Earl Jacob, and Orange CIty: Dr and Mra. be held at 10 a m. Sermon topic Emanuel" and William L. Ford, I master! and choir director, New office. by Boon Tues- with class for all sgt*. at the seminary

ushers will be Michael Kock) Alfred E. Pollcke and children will be -Christ I* God't Son," I choir director will sing "0 Holy Fianza. (ireber. la played by day. First Christian Church I II
and Bill Ruland. The church Ruth Louise Timothy Alfred based on Hebrews 1112.DcLcon : Night". '. Marvin Emerson, and the organ WROTE DULOGCETh
hat been decorated especially Lola Elizabeth and Martha Cornelia Iva Lee and Sara Lou Me- 1st. John, by Ben Mamhall. ticipating la the : participant wrote much
Christmas program at the p.r'j of the dialogue and most ot the
21) E Elsasaer
for this first Christmas of A\e.i Broom will sing the duet, "Sleep
theconrf'l.tJon FOUR DAUGHTER
Springs deal stadium at 7 p m. For music trotn-
Lowell Edwin Rentree. 840 S. : played on organ
In the So Christmas
unit. Holy
Because the organ I la brokenthe '
I reason, It will not kav a \ bone and flute
At t p.m. the church's first Woodward Ave.: Mr. Walton A. The sopranos are Mr. Bau the
CHIUCI OF GOD MftanlM teaches song of its own, but encourage everyone Atone point, a seminary student
church school Christmas Rhode Jr. and son Allen H. man, Linda Gardner Carolyn
of the birth of Christ porItrt'aI will Boozer, 850 S. Boundary Ave ; Sunday service at the DeLeon Mawenglll. Melds Massenglll, to hit daughter represented Bar.byJeanne Set to attend the community wearing a lettered nreafercome
Schiller Day,
Betty Program service! Into the ot the
b* held at the church under the MU Emma Tracy, 411: N. Kan. Spring Church of God of Sara Lou McBroom Mn. Palenson bars. and Carol Smith, center
Prophecy will be Sunday schoolat and Rrtnnlng On Thursday, Christmas Eve, sanctuary, throw has book ..
direction of the school superintendent aa* Av.: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Debbie Rogers.
tar the linttime "
Mrs Albert Lee Thin Wentzel' and daughter, MellonleMaiee 10 a.m.: morning worship at The -silos are Mrt. Harold who sing the hymn ot ISIS.At The church choir and Sunday then( will\ be a candlellghtlng the floor, and cries, 0, God

will be a service of carols and 4 S. Unlversltv Circle U. and evening worship at 7:30. Hock Alma Jacobson Ira Lee on Christ Eve and audience school of the Alllanc Church service at First Christian Churchat sometimes I wonder how it I I.
The Woman's Missionary Band III I' B r OCI Mr. E. the singers 1.15 W. 7:30 pm. 'lbllaervre will he possible anything of meaning
portrayal with all those who SERMON: TOPICAt m Ralph Armstrong Ave. will
I .isle In_.. siinrtnff_____ ___ "Silent__ Nlrht.. can happen. H. ION lit an
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com sharing in it. There will both this service and the will meet Tuesday evening. The Michel Janice Rogers and Mn I the n. traditional scene pi'(went ineir uuumnaa program' one ot carols Scripture* and
Nativity anguished
be a for the Gleaners and the Victory Lead- Adelaide Sherman and cantata Christmas poetry Serving therender soliloquy caning *n
party children of S.15: a.m. service, sermon topic will be presented. Appearing lath Sunday at T p m.Til Cod to deliver him from kit
the church ichool er'a Band will meet The tenon are Arthur Bennett will bet Mr*. Malcolm
on Tuesday will be "The Might and Gentlenea Thursdayevening f seen will be Ellssa Emenson to Sunday school will present meaningless state.A .
On Thursday at 7:30: p.m. a of God" baaed on Isaiah The young people of Barry Mejer and Oliver Russell Petera u a Christmas program entitled<< Wynn. SoloUtu will be Mr*. dancer In a black skirt
1 a* Mary; ever
Christmas Eve candlelight aerv. 40:'.11. nit services will be the church plan to go carding Sb1d and. Joseph, Kathy Manafleld JinetFleugel "Room for a King". The sureery Bernard C. Metre and Tinsel her black leotard depict the
Ice of sacred carols on Wednesday The basses art Wayne Arnold, MJler The service to to
songs, and evening and heglnaer'a open
preceded by Sunday school at department struggle to take the Clots
: and Joan Gleaelberg ai
will story tell will an be original held. The Chrlstmtt pastor ':::10. Miss the Lstrell church Brooks to JoinIng bvtrsnsfer Ralph Leslie J.E.Over Michel, Daniel Wa)Jacobson"!!. Well, I angels; Robert Canfleld, Paul will give the welcome, while the !th! public I fallowed by the Joy ot Cia
membership primary Junior) Intermediate
"The At 2:30 p.m., Sunday school maker, Daniel Cooney and Butt Harris and Glen Martinet aa ) achievement.TREM.
story, Kings and the Inn from the
Church of Cod and
Junior high department will OX YOUTBDr. '
Christmas service rehearsal and S. Rhudy shepherds and Hubert Neamlth
keeper. The public I 11 Invited to of Prophecy In .
all of the regular and special party will be held at the church Pleraon.BPTBT Mrs Adelaide Sherman It Ray Ellison and Larry Teeter serve aa the caat for the play, John Salmon a biblical

services of this United Preiby- for the children of the pariah. nlt"RC'llTh placing flower on the altar lor aa the three kin,.. Mrs Joseph Herman win be the language professor explainedthat
adult Boyled
young Sunday achool director.
tents, U.S.A. Church. Member of Faith are encouraged rises of the the Christmit service In The program will begin with this particular program
to attend the community Baptist Church will memory of her late husband a prelude ot Christmas music by The church choir, under the was written to b* presented M
hays a Chrlstmaa party at T:3O: hark A. Sherman who was direction of Ronald D. McPher- young people) and Its emphast
Chrlatmai carol sing to be held Mra. F. R. Tubba, church organist.
PicrsonContinued 7.30 the p.m. Monday in the church dinIng organist for a number ot yearn : son will present John W. Peter Down is on problem ell youth. H.
at at
Sunday municipal
p.m room. at the Orange City Methodist eon's cantata, "Bnrn a Klnt". added, however, that the sans
( from Page Twelve) stadium The public to Invited to attend Church. Soloiat will b* Mr, Ronald Mc. general format could be used

p.m. It will include the Seville On Tuesday, the Junior and the annual Christma program ol Sunday school will meet at 'Guest Pastor Fheraon, alto; Mrt. Edwair HyhULIIOIIJ: for services lor any age group.

and Plerson Methodist Churches Senior Luther League will go the church which will b* at 7:30: 110:: a m. Classel assemble In Jackson, soprano; the Rev J. NEW YORK (AP There I I. While a itudrat at JFrtaceto

There will be no prayer meeting caroling In DeLand beginningat p.m. Wednesday The program fellowship Hall and then go to I H. Beck, baritone, and Ronald a widespread belief that the Theological Salmon
Wednesday night. 6:30 p.m. The Luther Leaguer ia going to be presented out<<- their respective rooms Is Aniioiiiicctl McPherson tenor Edward meet Important language la the worked with dev.loping worship

The Rev and Mr. Reid B. I from Cbenezer Lutheran. doors around a lighted tree. The Methodist Youth Fellowship I Martin wlU b* the Barrator Ac- world today I* English.: services based oa >>lay..

Cast will leave Thursday for Church of Pleraon have been invited There will be a candy treat for will not meet Sunday *venIng tom Anl.t will be Miss Sunn However, there I It In existencea Me said drama and] other per
Tallahassee to pick their u guetrtt. Refreshment the children. and after At Plymouth Av. Church on forming sell
up the program Martin, pianist" and Ray MoDnnough. language that 1 II even more may eventually be
daughter Dollie. who it a student will be served at the church followlnc refreshment will be The Sunday school will present ; Sunday, Bible school will be at organist powerful and expenslv. It 1 11 used in an occasion Sunday
at Florida State the carolingoreranm served its annual Christmas I:,W a.m. Preceding the Bible .
University She In the dining room program A t'tnllancl candlelight service wit talk: tf'lvlre. but that thl* would lot
will accompany them home Friday SERVICE!: METHODIST CBHtTH Sunday at 7 p.m. This will be study, a brief Christmas program will conclude dill ,, b* acceptable to moat congregations
program. To became
for the Christmas holiday On Wednesday morning the At the DeLeon Springs Methodist followed "by a Christmas party will be presented under a real scholar of now. Audience reaction' at
'Lutner uit. la Hall.Sunday the direction of Mr*. Milo More- this widespread turn of cnrvmunlcallon
Th Women Society of Claris'hiss tea win trim th.O'n1.tmas Church. Sunday school begin Fellowship the seminary, fee said rages
Service held their annual trees In the church. PlLGIL\I Dlt'1\1TY lend Subject 1. Told It I. practically aec.etMry from strong enthusiasm. to
at 1:45: a m, and church
At the 10 30 for the student .. be two
Christmas the : a m. worship aervlce. hock
party at church morning worship service or distaste.But ,
services at 11 tjn. The
pastor the Rev. W. d 'de Smith things: male and married.Th .
Thursday at noon. I it Pilgrim Community > Th ermoa at Sunday' 11 Salmon and th* ether
the Rev, R. W. deKalanda' will
A silver Christmas tree decorated 'If Angels. haw at hit Church will be at 10:30: and the I will Drug the message In ah- a m, service at Spring Garden fli..t thing a man, hat to member of the group feel It 1 I.
sermon tills
topic of the th Rev. lean about
pence wWetalk 1st It
I: never
with ornaments, centeredth Rev Wyll F Steen will speakon ChUM of entirely
Sundav, '''''11.1''. the Good Christ will bet "Gift appropriate. "Se'tccg
dining table along with other news?" the sermon subject 'The Jack Ford Mr. Ford father From God. At the I:JO p.m.. mean what >t II)". tt has to in the medieval period\ used drama

arrangements. Place mats and Set As Thei win b Hope of the World." died Wednesday In Foil Wayne, ervlce. the pastor will prearh be translated and dance," he aald. 'It
Topic special music Ind. Also at this service Mr. '
napkin carrying out the Chrlatma throughohut the Advent' Mn. Shirley Crouse' organist, Lee Harris will solo with on "Maa'a Mart Profitable Pun SIN?, CVMENW) wasn't until the Puritan period
season. sing a
them were placed 'for the will play for the prelude, wit." I It made up ot blat that It became inappropriate
Th MTF will choir .
32 member and guests presentfor On Christmas! Sunday morningat and meet at 1:30: "March of the Wise Men" by the accompanimentAt 7:30 service whit Communion la at 11 a m. ..arlllund.y and Innuendo, gesture u tell husband
p.m. Sunday, evening serve : p.m. the Inv/rtably
the affair. First Methodist Church, the a* spoken word.
Ilosmeri; for the offertory, and Sunday school I II at
Ice will be at 1:30: with the min. gifts will be given for The King replies:
Th traditional Nativity seen Rev. George Wtsemsn will have "Lullaby" by Brahma, and forth Another
10 am. Th* midweek service thing a Wbandj
l later In and a pageant will b* presented
charge. Everyone 1 welcome "Baby, said mouthful!
yen a
was the focal point of attraction aa his sermon topic, "If the dosing postlude, "Alleges"by under the direction of Mrs. Helen I II Wednesday at 1:IG. TIle seede to learn in dealing with
to nd.UnityTo. Is the
i5 only thing h* u.
on the piano. Angels Should Cooi Today, Page, Henderson. publie to tnvlied to all services. hi* : fcrld to never to. take her I
A poem entitled, "What God based en Luke 2114.: Tb* choir will sing the anthem Th* church meets at the De- oral Mpreaslon literally, My*< ,'say which I* true. If h* says

Gives," written by Mn. John A. The chancel choir will sing tile Present "The Birthday of a Ja.," by Land Woman' Cub Sermon Topic SetDr. tety' between him and her begin anything else at afl. M fat boundto .

Clark, was read by Mri. John anthem "0 Nightingale Awake"a Neidlinger.Mn. at the altar and never end*. ,lit himself la troubU.
Smiley for the blessing. Swiss arranged by Clarence Walter Weaver will slag
song "ChrislmnOy'Chosen
Radio The ret of has Bfe be will spend
After a delicious buffet luncheon DlCkll lOl. Mrs Monica ProgramUnity the solo, "Cantimie- d* Noel"! 10 Hugh" Ah. pastor' of lint desperately trying t. Ind out _.. .

the pastor of the church Hester, soprano will sing "0 Holy Night by Adam. As Frswbytertoft Church, will ave what the devil she to
Topic really
read the Christmas story This Holy Night" during the offer Viewpoint of DeLand The greeter at the door of M his aormoa tnplff at ta 11am. trying to. ,
was followed by the singing of wU! present a special Christmas the sanctuary win .b* Mr. Sunday worship leMon, exprer
Christmas Carol and a gin exchange tory.A will be available, program over Radio Station W11 F.Steen lid Mr. Weaver, "The Joy of Christmas" will 'J1Ie Light of ..... ..." They. art having a meal to. TELL

among the members and and the nursery public la Invited to attend WJBS Sunday at 7 pm. Principal The flower oa the altar will b* the sermon topic of the Rev, tthr' and tile says sweetly,
be Mr. Alfred B Vaught, pastor of Dear, won't you bane son THEM
guest present at the meeting the ervlce seeker will be Mrs Louis 11by and Mr* William "
Those present were the Rev. TO GO CAROUM1There C. Beaty, minister emeritus of Norman Hall, la memoryof Trinity Mthodtot Church, at WINGNATIVITY more steak?
Mr. and sisters aid brother. both Ih. 5:43 lid 11 wor. The recent bridegroom nahj- ABOUT
Mrt. Cast, Mri. John will b* no evening service Unity Church la St. Petersburgand a : ajn. .
Muller, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hag- since the church will )Join "Florid radio voice of Two sew" members, Mr and ship! service! en Sunday rally think ah* I II interested i Inhi

strum: Edel Hansen, Sytha Carl. the community Christmas are Unity." Her topic will be "'!be Mn. Oscar Erlckson of Deltnn, Also at both services, the welfare and pleasedly re COlE

isle Lucille Smiley, Virginia Ice at municipal stsdlum at 7 Spirit of Christ." united) with the church' last Sui- children', youths' and adults'choirs IS PLANNED fl.., "Yes sweetie-pi, thanks,

BracdO<'k. Pat Hagstrom, Vlr p.m. After the service, the .'ntMfthodJ.t Several favorite Unity Christma day. will tint the anthems, [ 1 will" WMIN.I
gluts Underbill. Louis Hallmaa MYF will carolingTh win be Th* monthly fllwtklp i "Angeli, W* Have Heard onHigh. Dmrcr rwroiiwr .
Lena Brlggs. Carrie dint Mary and senior go MYF Special poem muale presented. I covered-dish supper aid meeting / ," a French carol: "Naza The fourth annual "Living Na What a. doesn't realise to thai ,.. toe *f >..> .*. >*>
Junior) will Include "
UnderhtU. Eleanor Fisher, Pearl "III I will not be held next week, ...u." by Gounod, and "('row... tlvlt, will b* presented at Mat. wife-talk I I. always' touched In ... esd II yr assassin be
win\ meet at 530 In the Walk
Clark, Meld Ferguson, Ethel : p.m. with Cod", with Mario due t. tke holiday.rnOT Him' King of Gkry" by Tarhalkowaky. son Baptist Church Sunday, DM. the rain of Indirect discourse. HMMM wen **... *>.!..
dining room of the Educational Lanza; "First Noel" with Nelson CO.NGECflATIOXALTb 20, from I tot ,.m. The Nativity and that what hit bride spas 1W e dh1MCwe
Murphy. Mary Curry, Ada Anderson Building and Dr. Charles C. Cleft, actually Ni. t : ;. e d =
Mary Owner Levine Eddy two hymns by the Rrv Elmer L. Patterson |irsen On Christmas Day, Dec 25. Mormon Tabernacle associate pastor, will assist MrVsught -..... Mq ay enae Men
Moore, Flo *i. Wall, Betty the church sanctuary will be Choir has chosen as has Christmas In the service for three continuous hour pod pas m* the meal," MUaK I rsalN eM Ise.Swys.Herd .

Moor, Melll Jo Turner a a d open from I a.m. to I p.m. for theme, "Let Christ Come In" The community service! at the wing real people wWx the At a cocktail party abe. says tit Mw.MIL trP

son Lance Pearl Turner Ada those who wish to pray, meditate Seville Church for the Sunday morning worship municipal stadium *t 7 pm. aim la the scenes being t blond the men ire Clustering
Hallman, Stella Johnson HelenCswgffl and receive the Sacrament service at th* Fist Congregational will be In lieu of Me regular changed every 10 minute.*: The around "Isn't .her hair lovely" ,

Beatrice Cutright and- of Holy Communion. The element States Cantata Ckurch. Church of Christ, evening ...-vtc.. churrh will be In candlelight with What abs actually mean' to,

Mini Plerson.Th will be consecrated at tajn. at 11. The youth fellowships willmeet stereo Christmas music la the "Star away from tat dyed .11. wry
traditional Christmas program by Mr. Wiseman, and therewill SEVILLE The choir of Miss Esther Erner: ***, erga. at < p.m.. background. Buster,"
will be held Sunday at \ be someone la attendance Trinity Methodist Church at Seville tot and choir director, will play -- Worshipper will come it anytime Die say wistfully, en a rainy -II.-M-7MII-

7.30: p.m. Sunday school superintendent \ throughout the ay.lkliay will pretest the christmas for the prelude mule "AveMaria" his topic. The Vanguard and during the three hour err day, If anything should" *vrappen -
Floyd Car uule !has announced cantata "The Miracle of Bethlehem by Bach-Gounod; for th* the Rearguard of the Church." nd\ thai to convenient, go quietly to me, dearest, I want iw:r- MSShMtH.. I
the following program will hold worship service ," by John M. Rasley Sunday offertory.. "Silent Night" ny The Women'. Mts.lcJtI.ryV.loa late a pew to coatempUi the you to marry stain and b hp I
of Christina Carols, Scripture at 11 a m. Sunday Mra. Frank at 7:30: p.m. at the Method- Gruher Stickles. **d for lilt will have a Christmas ancient manger wen, reproduc py." What she mean II I "If you

reading and a Christmas film, StockweU will play" "There' A I let Church at Seville. It will be I postlude les. "Cartotma by Stick party Monday evening at the Ion, and tamale for however do stupid. I'll haunt )'OIltom'' -

entitled "0 Holy Night," will be Song la Tbs Air" by Harrllng- repeated at 7 p m. Monday at will tome of Mr, dean Aicbley, W, long deelred. Before leaving, w.." I -rD
Christina H. Beknk
shown. ton for the organ prelude. Choir the Lutheran church at Plerson. University" Ave. member of the church will go, of mar; **, require sa.r ... .sew m1M.r sueDr .
Than will be candy for every anthems win be "0 Holy Night"by J. Puco Cade I is the director, of sing a for Klag"her role, "Tk* Birthday The Christmas program' of the to the altar and present a Christ- a. answering' Inrm of contmunltto = = :.:.. b .s -
church will be at
Oft. Adam, and "A Birthday Of and Mi*. Joyce Martin the The choir win sing the cantata, la the held church.Tuesday mil gift to the Christ la the formof '. *. This I it know a* IB*. Draw eec Mm
A King" by Ncldllnger.. The organist Featured soloist are His Natal) Day" by Norman tII.1Mtifl Moo Christmas Offering ha n4 I.... It has .bee arfenttf.caHy .
The and study meeting I ....
DeBaryrRtaanntux Rev. Hubert Thoma win use for Iris Cad, Andrea Cade, Carol The erOr of th* wiontog war- win lit prayer held Wednesday *l 7:30: wild to a special |awe reduced to a single sea .ne...M. -- erf tt IM

his sermon tope "Good Will Colemaa, Kay Rtulenoa, Marleu ship win lit altered dill Sunday p.m. offering IWC Oval by Soaker tanre.No.

I Toward Men". The poetlude by Sweat Pasce Cad and the wink th* mans sung .by the The senior choir. tea rehearsal Bapttot for torelg ml tlclli. matter what I wife says,

The First Pretbylerlaa church Johnston will be "AdatteFUtole Rev. Reid B. Ca, paator of aCC choir taking the major pestles Thursday at 7.10 pm. with WttTh > The Southern Baptist' Convention

of DeBary wig hold worship *". I Plerton Methodist Church. mt-' .k. LM.VSuadar Dam JUCIWIDIft'.. .. a_. ...._......, goal I it IDMOMO Tk* HvtonaBaMM
lervlee at It a.m. lunda,. school win be st 110 )vat w dente reheertal .to gnl to tUM.Tk .

Frank Wdrutf will pia). a m. with classes for an ages, at 10 Saturday morning la the I public I I. Invited to lhIking .
"Noel" by Cuilmaat for the There win tit christmas toe: church with William Kkkllgbtera i Nat Inky."

symphony Masdasdl "Pastoral caadleUghting tervke st into director
( ) by Hsa- chorea at 7 ,.... The Sundayrhe FORSALEiEVEHLASTDIG
del tar the offertory okt. The <4 wO partirfpal with I'', PEACE
choir Mthem will be, *WhU* hart rendittoa of aoagt tad

By My Sheep" a 1M Cftf1lrYIyma poem Every** wV will at ilUMs" name *f nl4 to "te....*. yeaSWt
and 1 Wonder Aa I "d.der" tend to asked to being a small bare to kf ear a4tcae. *e stead ar

by Nile with lIIt'IdMIaJ canine with bolder. for thecaadtollghttng _., to ***(**. ... All f.* a4 to a *tar >

vnprtn.. sole by Isabel Resrkt ceremony, I .. .**.. I* .....* nvfXrtof

The Rev, Aogusu C SummiTtit maT fcurrwrSudr 'I lilt *Msto. HXU.r* deli theN Ch rra
selected tar his ernioa sob swung worship seer. T..*.le of roe ttMis eat .lea t* t*.
>ect. "The Savior It 8<<1": T* ire *t tke First Baptist Chorea. 'I a4r4 *ere>.e vale ate help yen list the
pMtlude by Duboit win be, will .b* at 11. aid the Rev. DsvMutomoa {. wsy t* lerl traemaWly sad fee
"Uarcb Of Tke Magi Ktogt" will speak *. the see Or >isse. Wkih. to la.l y.. b.f a
IET10DWTTk mien a b ert, The Weader of

DeBary C.m sally Christma: i
Methodtot Church wffl how worship Sudy tHioal will be ai S 41am. MERRY CHRISTMAS

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at soiL Ill Undo Drt Sanford. F'..
lvfn V THE! STATB OP FLORIDA: TO GLIDER RIPE sa for ....1_'... ErtNn't.... not
CHARLES U SVOPORASS PAT FtA\r AIR. sERMLMCIPAL ".......,.. Good 'Bagel and tins.ApplA .
,.el 34.11CHRI9TM and MARGARET A. i\OD-; AIRPORT '
r.RAJH! unknown AT LKS ; T A\\] .ri1f"ltjl .
tha'.ultJ be.a fll.4 a..I..t D"p.-Ce11Mtla
you ,In, the ."bevs ."Utlt" c.u.. Z' NiliService w..t.tI-M.1e
qnd feu an )I.rehy taqulrrd tit tIM Toucan
S ALUMINUM TREES. [SPUN-RUBBER TREES NOTNINl3 INSTAINLE your A".....' with the Clerk; of this -
TGOTsEMIWB ef upon the Plaintiff er plaintiff.
Ittern.yL whore nsm- Wanted. $50. Week Plus
dress .le: WEINTEINL WElvI FOR RENT OR SALEBearden' ,

d BERG! : ; .i One,. Commission., Steady Employment .
$, St. Autuitln. Florida. not
latr' than the Hat day of Dcm OREETIM3 Drug Shop Guaranteed. No
bar l< >r. B. Nt. York ..* AUbajaa Aft
e If ::4'f./1/ to in cc. Decor Pro PIa".. fl41I1..t Sunday Or Holiday'WorlwNote
Cml.... will b, entered atalntt

t 3R$ i r ; -i l l 'N you*,Complaint.f"r. th* r.Uat d.mind.4 lath : rttattaj-f JlMgbif.,, 'Over ,50 ,Y.ears' .Ot4ge

& ,u Si The Nauir\ of said' lult' : belnf. ,, ..Give, $wo. ::Refer-'
for forcloaar M mortirar. r*
eerdxt In Offirlal' Reeerda Booh! I**. i JW ft Blvd, CHARLES P. KeOrLL enc $ And Age
patsI1, public reord ef %olutla .
b e ouittv. Fiorina. on the fallowlna I 3A. W-; Oconria Phase ;?..i !? Write Box 73; De Land
e aarib4 ul property fituai la . dusts, florid to witThat DeLand Paint & Glass Sun News.

W. Oorrta A**. Phea TM-Clfl
part fif the KE:<(. of the
YM, SE_. t>*ctlnn 14 Township 11 Book. 5 .
V+ days wick I a.m. to U'
114 N.
1jh' MTWA'rLL R 10 E." County,
GlawJp11rAr nafk Itu. ee 1{ 15 Florida -
.I the corner of SB. f.. an. PAPER HAVlKMO .
'IdE<4. of SEH, a* a Mint' FREE ESTIMATES: GIVEN: Exp.. Projectionist
el rfrnr; run thence S-O* Al Muallw. 714-IIU. 7lt.4Ttl Apply *oul.v..M Drl ..I"
MAK \\\/A SOON A4 I lJAW CUT 15 10".:N ;i5 fuel. .h.nn East .
\ 1111feet .'0 the Point ef B.- APPLIANCE SALESMAN
YOU WORK \ [ Aff/ HAMS I'M GONNA rinnlnn. Tb.ns..eettnu. Eaat [ 'Issy JtttKfr-OM Cue WASTED L .
I'M C4ta21Nt_ CASTIRi KEE START ON Tw' GARAGE! 121.0 feet to m point ef the TO ',. : MO WEEK and eommladen Gin
OUT NlrR r DAIW lN0; WELMERI ekl, ttfftrt R'W Pees ef the Slat Op.s 5 : Tqur t1 nq :Ly1, Ot1E'. ,I- HfeN". '"* .Mwt bt.
NlIIIf anal YaarAa'1 a* *am* sow IJ1H N .. NI'RIERr t HODL' R.f.nnas. Wrote, box, ;" ,awad
ual, : Hin a.iniv t5. Wit 121 E. 0111. Phone 7S4-4I1. PIA 31.w4.
U test tent acid R/W bee '
f ll : ., thence WM inn ,..' then. .....y i OAt Jltu",..,.. w... Day 17 Help l WmttM l ir finwto
_IrI H \orth 75 ft t* the Point of / a m. U I
: ...Inlll..*. In a .. fri".C.C.It\ i *r 11445
C"' R ** : TEACHER WANTED' far prlrttt
eI WITNEH HIT: hand and ofHtlal' 4 MUM N et $Dding Clnmctll'lG&NERAL Guitar l.uese'la any hem ?b.
: Coal of a4! Court thla 24th day 175-0421,
MI o( November. its t
I .. CONTRACTOR 2Situstaea W, ta< .
Clark of id; Circuit nurt nUB: ESTIMATE
1 e(, I (IEJL, Deputy Clark IKS W NT EXPERIENCED Baby Sitter avail.a .
hi MY-. Aaa Virnado SOOT ICI Air (red. i Hosting **. noising Phone: T34I3MXPERlENCia .. -

1 nu b arw orb the leering IUA icorchM laps and Babr -lltteP

V /14EllllM the plains tit t India from April eFFret.R; .CALL .K11.M!* ' lUrft Lab.Yarn.due. ,
u..200' AI
__ to October thouitnda ot Indians Phone f4r7)MJpARPENTRT .
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_. --. --- .- .- -- repair to Kashmir. The money ONI DINER ROY.FRIERSON'S, Inc.HEATING. 6.; > ,v0,! .
they spend is an Important part Holiday ro.' 0. W. DAVIS.- TI4-4JJ4
,111E HCSWNRAL6 NBJJ1eAfl.l dOtF1 5UNfX e :.. ttIB: l..AD I oor I ot the SUM'S revenue. t04 N. : .

r vet ) rlara' RTFiB6WN., MY eKJN OJfDf CPHI AIR CONDITIONING 10 IllS hills Oppert.111He

.. S Flerld ".... 714-M1I two bay 'ta for' to***. liMb nl-
01 '" '. Innate, rnod leraUon. Phon.
j 1 t 'sad t Th. bier .In pie healing la at' .'. 714-1,111
w Florida H""'. Ga. Cempany. Call
sow for tr.* h..lInll .u..... ef

II tl"n four home *r buna.* las. ebllca* Financial .

.. G: Naw TorI, Phone n'.I' -
1 JANITROLThe 12 M.." T. L.s.

a Famous Quality BURNETT FINANCE CO.

use Cnnditionma., tnM"u.r.n a t "'ATO IIM TO
"" 114 S. ALA. 734-0372

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s. CPv4WO'VflAN f ts't'ktT tt1 t 4A tAltRt: MEAT. OCTET SAFB.TROL'BLB CO., INC.
o CLEAN, !l .fRa1: Moms (tweed for Hems Yolks
b 1JTTIo: ELFTR1C CO. 11 T UI 1. B'4. Ph.... Uf..111
aMC 1J; 1/4-1713 Loans to $600'

r bti toft* Union Finance Co. .
ed 1IO-rATt"IIL: rr1l-OITtlt;

End Roofing Worries ALTOMORILE. REAL:Peen. ,i m.IJ .

1 a I ,,, ''4i Ouaraatetd Rakbemld. ..... ....... :

lit FOR Fr.. Eattmat Tall
\__ TOM MITCHELL Lt'VBIR' <:n. :
__ **. Delaware ...... tl4.Mtl JAMES F. CLARDY .
I """tlstwillt-l........., ill N. $.... !"' ._".,,1&1Jnl

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OtTX OVB W&Y'I.. L WOUAJta or* BoiEotNO cocas tofu UAJOB RoorusET
I. I .1 v Upholstery Shop
-, ... E CaroUa ...... e .HORTOAflES
A W11ATP A+ E 10CM4 r WV; ALLT11'POdlPUTTE1 t'MON, ( Ml AT I WM// rNtRtUSlACAvM FOX ",,tKrORXATIOV) boot ton
PEI. /f' CU Rd .340. Be L IJ RIA' Ark A Term Home "."on,.*, Se
> A, FAl AT P1 CU 4'vPTAXI RieLr.. FANIN7 Flee t>Mrkr| ft Csr..Ri. TIt lLA.p FEDERAL .
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tMBlARMi IUF/T.OIN' foi Tai u4?IWi T141t IIOus.,AIJv 114 Pa.n* iVa1
1 MMI/TMI. decorated wltli ndaiy Utttf
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ww TPR r /aA.t1 VAeKE1s P'l3IlaN7 TOA. MU R TM'SOTN Op WMEN t dliT THRl7ANe .
0000.0/54 gMUAD *S MATMI"IM R TMEIcl3uer.or eN.N T NAYSHEINM1 WrTHMIMYd'j.UMiA Larry, the Ulktol torn lad Crtektrt. ,DAILYBOHRENTILECO PLEASE-
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A ULLTIAM GHT '1DGITM/R.1 I t r ? A QARAAIN cOUNTiR PUN POR I4'4ft3uRTS1 .... .. Pals Itildiii u""AMPRMAY GLEAN DrJ.'t Sit rev ieWIPaplrlop

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rWNITVU IB*, Lovely New and Modern
IMt extern sd.1. 1W RAMBLIM Amkawdor*
shoo 11 W. NW Vartl An., Ml 4-tnt 3 P4_, Air. r/MM ar"- T.n.4..., Pull wr. k.*44,
THANKS YOU. WISE BEDROOM 2 BATH HOME mi****, :* $1295. Owi *r. 795.
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RAMILfft n.
We Art "P,op Who Need People" : ELECTRIC WIRING : one.... FrMMll mat**. :::. mdMMMV $39Sa Air CtnOtMhtf, SUM. \t'-..
t"*l Al MMtor, OMkal :
OUR 7J4.S654C7 : JUfD REPAIRS : J. E. BURKE Own**. '51395&m
: : Ma .......... TrciMintHKitt "H ... I.,.
H.MLIGGETTj WItIlDtu1' K.1fA. a** HMIr. TNMI "''MIlo Mit. WnlsW4. ISs sN.w

Loans $50 To $600.00 11&-1. ... : .. .. : l' ..... 7U4UI I..4V I ?__,, $1.39.5. :::. .Mrp"_ S895.
: ..... U 44931UNFURNItHIO .7

IIS Eat trim AVMMOtdtOwPricH 'WK'1ICL'CTn!pUT 5S......e.I..d...! loss RAMBLIR Amrti Wa*. WM fORO RanaH Wafon,
1iHT0CI an*LaShill TraMmlMit*. > !* <.n4rd Tr.Mmlaal.iw
411 A 4 M.t.r. A .iid,
u bows WELDING I as-us R**| Buy Al ..?.,.. $oU O.HM : :. Mad .. $175.

ITIa 144* RAMILIR." 4 DM,, tad**.
4Z ,.... E11/ Cottu 1 lt.dd Sloam. Abel Real Estate INTIRNATIONAL OnaTnTmk. ......... Trnmlaali' .>.
N. ....... An 1I..lal. Cak and H.ttor FrMt WklU,
l frt .uo1. kltBn* *qi**" $79S.
kyt| mBi sad kMtar. watar hra'...... ..d Raol.._ ......... CntMia. A.I Can*. b.a.l .----._ -.- ?
IPMDT, !:apart I'Um PNwa..ln4 III Mlnnwoia.BR MX! MH \ WOOl WOU
Baird Mobile Homes Blnck and Whit aad COn,"",. IU4t. a4 TT tola. $250 DOWNS
DKULNO CAMERA: SHOP. 1 tnfunilh4 Hnu** ]ut ..4.1d. IttW. O.w.15 ft. aI Arid JACOBSMOTOR

1.3.1 PII.. 2556121ADa. 141 K ELK We Service All Makes: 11.01v* .rliy Smt., -.171. arvonik. FV_ A-.V'.a:1-114 YNNIs

."", Flerldl Q A31t11i11 BLACK & WHITE TV I BR. turn HOUM, Kawlyaud. d.doh I 41 ...... ...1.. M.t.ONOOM. HOMI Vtr ,mla-and i SERVICE

For pint 351 M*. US 0.
hun Bt Pkon TJ474MBR. For
Open Inspection
I so. C.B. H_. U.Mrnid.d.W..I.d. ) 4; ,. >..,Ia. aW MlHiuMOMIT BATH kom*. Family Ratty Oak Ml t Itwlmril. KM 7J4-OIU
Live Stock Buy CMMUa Howy leA ... .... .,"1. P5555 hack luarant. C,Br 4 .Floor* III *_'lk Ln7.
t ELECTRONIC 134-5,14. 4a < old. Al brwt tl :m. Wa(5-(. I .... 1 Balka, erd Patla
4JA. OH din A rill dl.iaint. arhwila- Qrad. ...a. D.R d...1.. kxt. .MliMod4)ar4io.
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ORGANS .u" MOUI. IT4 MTMonlk and HI'arlMBt. Wilt akn. t. I. Lara ;UR. Ml praM kw
M hpCmhtaPOODLII ..... I OIL lr lu or UnUU ..UT.r. Not 5.alrll ._ LOW low py....* ar Uka y.ur
BOT. .. Wt IkXL *.!.. Pkona 11/-1714 *T ".-,n.. >''i.l a ..u.ln... w_.... .... 4-MH. lot or Mom* I IFaoekln !I. trad *M Al AMU1T PAVM

IILVIR TOY AKC TRADH ITAJIPS OLD RADIOS MICI I BR, Mam*. E.**tri* w.trktr "' Mwaa. Men now, 10105 I. for Ama4 NAnONA'
.101 Bit. *
COINS, ucrroao WIN ( Phona H4I71It -t
} Hal II month; 1 mil and I I.m.l. SHOP \.P Automati furc Only ramlly Km wall t* wall nrton ...WwV. InID.setlq
'. m jrran. Ill W l'n'|. bf.14. M pHf> 7-i-mL l..l ir _tho arcry L.i.>.r reM kulll? la .. CMOIC HOMISITI u ....47
' .rlty. AT*.. PaLand T14-4CTI: OHANOIl NB
PINS DOOB and Cat for ad.ptloa I kwlraMa kuaafl > .all 114.1111. DAVID A. ROBERTS

ALO BoanUm' Animal Rcu 44 ... Ap..... i TV hKlu4 and IeuIS klr l 14 kltokon* .W. HOMES OMtr t, I
LM4JU* 17M W, Mlna. 7111144.Merchandise RENTALS *)Mlnnuni 0ulpmut fkoa. 114-tOll *r W ** Pkan III....' 1M P*** Hw. Tvft A* 21POSSESSIO!!
MM With T* *
Tea *** k* OUR. U H. i Cl NORTH AMXUA 114 4144. tl:.J Pape Real Estate *

WE8TtNaHOm LOVIL" I BR. Horn* full tile R. PRESCOTT .
FRIERSONS ISIS 4alH kltrh.a' Nice r l.dmtlal rir MaMniMBt MI.*
'Y1N PHONE 734-6068 arM.* GOOD FTNAXCINOIn .Wat Ar Ittal ll 114.47It tor daiallaPKIVII I Im/l $ $ $ $
THIS aot1LnAltD'
41 ArtMM fir SIll 4JeraIt L: 1rl.r.nll' ORJWOl\t 1.30. ph. 114-om TtKKO rftRre"p'C A 4 'C"IL LaMRrms 1 rue, 1
13r0:1 ...... 51.1.1 .... I IMMIDIAT I R
dh05e } 41 hind MitwrWi FOR RENT: I FR. HOUIH UANPU>RP 1111.5. .n. *w* *w *** nrai
741771WABLEM | MAR," miRTON SCHOOLP140140 LEI THIS BARGAIN MO". 145' 011I. HIGHWAY' Mme... I *M. 5.45 0e.t.1 .It c....,.... ,
Bal .... lw GAIN. .... ... 131 MIa
JirAl O.SEAALRlu W""'R11IUW. ALABAMA WHITE KIVIR flrar.I 114474FOR $60.33 Mo. a $350 DOWN ...MK". DnTl: Oro .. 114.1/TS 17 Oldan.kU4l Nbet.. 134...
1114 C... Td. '. ". Chuck RIMT BV MONTH- 1NNw.e ..... ._,
1%, rt M lit ..r IM n. WHAT slat WB nUofOLSOU'S I Walk ..... MaU 1I4-4MI. .Mr** Iota ...*.* IM e*, Vew horn I* N W acctlan, Coroncdpnrch >T lt W I'MIV.IIDBRICM. $1.00 17 I1M .... 124 .....
VOLUSIA FEED STORE for a*)*, n* 4ow* ""*..m...'. Tau carttort. tlllty room Maaiiirular t i 110I$ Vlhkom. WILL bar ISM I SH kmiM an 155(5. '17 UwMlR |TI7 .... HI .*
wltK **MR:1 (duet) tat. furallur IM All frffara w.Hd.(4. -
1nI &UVJa: ... 4* P/ww lqo.umsl P Toni* U<.M'. .'..1..,P yov*. 1I44HIII kom*. Prlca ''*drt,i\MI..way-- nil IN front Down yard- .DO. Rrapla. : waay .thrMtraa. r.. ......... l'awdst.0VIIV ''17' 1151 SI1.111 ...

lit I, A..Ua PIIoM 114-1111 Now tow. ktACHIKltl InI 140 I] Month (Flue ..... .... I....) CALL C'I'TaNt1 \. I Sit: -rll :: .., .m.lor 13111.1.131...
I ktk tmfurnlahod Mom. -
MAHOGANY Dr.. TakM. Onl aim a.d .:.J'l' APTUANCEJ POTEai' iowoliALrCOIHMAN ( ** aocUoa. Coroor tot, tin per MEL OTT ln 11bU1511I411NRtr..AWl .. HM E1. Ill NOON: "\ IICLLlNQ .Ml lux, :a rTNANClN.V' .'17 CadlUa 1U7 .... IU ..,
Markla Tot TaMa. Pair M.hea. PAJIUCB '- KOTKMt inontk. em.4. RIAT.TI 05sR1i 01B1 k OOOD /7 CSIer.ISI 1551 bat $21.
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toy But Tab!.*. Conor Wkauob UUU BXLBN Pkaaw IM-I4II BCOUTKR I BR.. Modrn .." rm4V>u.Fia. LAN MuMlvt UMIatl War WItS 1110l111.VUN41TmNA3. .17 DMk
W. Buy and room. KtrlMat funutiw Illnontk
KICKBHA .8dCl'WUr'l. u Ian ......... *n tarly 4a Clifton Timber & Realty a 15. 150tS.. 1'''DID.ION'' St U .cna....... aersaLAND fkryalor |1M '. |14 m*.

Tk R..oleI. MM N. ..... MKb OTT. U..I.111' Vlrsl.l. ,.. ..--t". M Ckrnwr. fin .... 111
A..U A.. rkaa TI4>MIISwIBUM '/7 F1r. .-A.t. In*., Raal Kt.: III I UN. NOU**. ,100.PART1T 14. tw uw
Pt'RNIHODP300141 dt14pi. T.Mferr.1. T73411lLpOWND M OI4imbU DM '.|. fll *...
r Tf ata .r._ Pt. ., |6 e. LOOK /4-4141
CONRAD UJMBEB..COUFJLNT. 52 Ifl...... 44 lists .IIIhIe. PSORAp1 I THINK HOOI s... U U HUlmM |4M k.J. 114 Bt*.

W. Mlohl .. .A...u. ., Used Furniture Bargains LOUISE CLARKXI4 005401 100 ILLS ....kl.. !. a. *lr* af MIId5415, 'II ........ ISM SAL Ill ....

CHRI4TMA TNIItt ifht *Mill.. I PC. Early: 'Ant IVR lulu 'TypsN'. DAMERAIp'I..*. DOWN OFFICE 511154N.. ...... 111)4111 I ....ROO.... t kl"",. .* bath w,* *a. 511. a.*.:muck >.,. *:' .11 Dele" UN .... 111 ...
Lewd "Cln O. ..... : ..4 klttk.*, I.IIM..teM an4 p1.15Y5e I. 5IId..1 '
flaa from Fannirlvanla.EaH
11 ('IIIn....
; Ru---.S III N. III.... Pkaa. 114.1411 ono Ise I": ISlA .... 131...
O HuffmiB nrt Rt IT- I Pe. Foam TWO ROOM co",.*. (ami** 220V34 ClIIIIUY krl 111 /.1.111 :.n: : ,1aI1 .
Box 111AW.. WI>M.mlwttA Hull. "Uk Naw" -.--_ MM Nits oantral air. **M. ...*,. Lake In Back Yard Ara.MLws .; aS.IlNl N t. 'w "w.(.. MM .... 111 i...
... V bIll .ff track rmiu A InIKll I Pe ftwrtlnnal I IVHKult The ALLEN-WHITE Co.'paelaJllU In* and! Janitor .10e1N lMlud4HI .. ..i ra* wkll* laad I I. Mill .v.ll.. i 11 CI./ *'h171
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N. Bl... Ptona 71..15.. ONLY .. Ills NIXT OOON Ml.k.*r will verify I 11011001111. I bits, wt Ik. aM. ("' let aoni 1 yar .
1 Round Off*. TibI.1End .U..*fn NppSs& <*LD.t'4 .FN>TBTTBl I ,-. Kaaa 4.1351fem ISIS .w n fia. ra.4<*tla] atnat. awl wshla aaymw*. I k*'>< M VeIL HT IW .*.. |M ...
.IK 14. CABINET HIMC. HkATKRa > Tafcl. "N.w" Markadl I" w, 1.dte. A'list., PS. 11441/1 II'"{ 34 I. .d. rkm* 1I4-4UI -..., .*. t nr........4 Yvir* !. I>iM<*4 kaot *a4 alr vad. Ill. CMUiT Crests Arm I I* I,4 4 ten I alfnf 'II Vera 1111 .... au ..
: \ 'ow. .*(..?_..... 0.M " R1eak. Rees"BOOKKELPCO i1 Hvr. C wlu.4.., 4-h. At. .,-.,.' ..... '.....a" Infnrmailn' .* bellI .50 .
MY TRADING POST I Po. DtMtta lulta "LikeN.w" k'''. *ullt-t a is Ian tpiet. TODAY klUiin Pymulh .,.. .... 12& ....
Eitr IM ?_._'_ 41MI .04 A10.IUPPI.I0TTMWNter Maur.' Real Estate art*, tan* xtaamd pe.1:: I 'IOHOOM*. 1 .. *ak flom.Bietlv .iit la .laad4JAMTBK 50 7,44 .... ... 131 ...
4n .. Florida A.... Ptiona 714-4H4 Pe. Ilahmany Dtaln 1.1. a lantoeS4 lag tak. *. HMO* wilt kMkt" !. Cmatry Club .11
Rovwi lull. T ii* N.w.. |N.M ln ld* and cut. frto* HIM wltk **ar lad **rM. ,4 Ph.., 114.1151 Py.e.sM fUt 514 p4...
a''NG year artlala. to F.hira '.P.. ".pl. niilii( ROM* 1444 dews, HI It far .**Uk (Wvw1l' 5.101.10. Pt(... ..., IJ.4I4TNIII .
Anetloa and Salaa Bank *.llaon .. Pkw/N-PI/R/I-Iw11iwf N Maw M AORBI wltk I 510.5 I* ,.e4
.l.nn.rt. Fhona ,!.-,'74.' I Cult Pe, :lR.'iri.Dra..II.eI. -._, _Jt IIM 4414 TM-HII kMMf ." ... y D*. ..... ,..... 1015 ......-'I"IM. '

AUTMQMIZID Bmramc Pnlar.Oihj 4 ClUM*__._ ,.... COMNIH"' LOT Tur. I BR /// rtr-At IM K al Bat. /// La>4 ra4r Ie"... A Gas Ptwft "../-... 1 1012LANor UKI'OaD Q.oro .

Ihtlla ConpKta: Huat- Doubl Bi *,r1ii(...Md< Mat., -'- CUKRRT 01M05&VHS: FI/OUIT rraoM HIMW*. L prtB; OardaaA Am. Sad 555 Hau4 lr .110 I ACM..>.. fWT.Writ 35b,4 II-TE.DG'

I". HMMouarWra.TYNER'S . trM nJka lta.. ..__. ___. .MMEartr 111 In d .. ? ft.1. Til.HIM .... .*... 7l4.UtV Centrally Located ..*M kp 4 rma aywattMt>. a.a.Hd M l berm 4131S....SW. J: ,4 .
HARDWARE Amwtr tame 5,51 WAIKIN4 ,<.* *..... tram '....... ._ 54.111.IO..35. .. ........ :s43I1TN
Bold N.. Al IM*.M- .... ..... 44-
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I Carlo. Boat, f.r, First Builders Corp. 201 N. Woodland Blvd. .a....* rar *4 .k>.. c...*.*!. Clifton Timber & Realty
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Ronnie Moore ed d": Pigs 11 OELUO fnOMBA:)' WM WW' 1JIDATr DtL 1E,1964'


Most Valuable PlayerAs '

Host Wildcats

Stetson Wins, 86-75

In OBC Cage Opener

Sparked by a dazzling 33 point figures to help Moore. ;Junior
performance of Junior Ronnie Jim Yaeger of Tern Haute

Moore of New Brockton Ala, Ind., turned In a fine game with
y the Stetson University Hatters 16 point that Included 10.for.11 Th DeLand Bulldogs <24) wffl d1y 12T to win tile State ClassA

: captured the seventh annual at the foul line Barnard netted open defense of their Orange Football Championship CoacH

Hatter Invitational Tournament 12 and Hester tallied 10. Belt Conference Championship Byrd Whighara was selected as

Iu last night over the Georgetown tonight when they entertain the the outstanding coach In the

.S 1 College Tiger, 8671, before an SPECIAL SHOW Wildwood Wildcat (1-0). state for 1964.Th .

enthusiastic crowd In the National Wilkes announced that tomorrow Coach Murray Arnold eager 'Cats have a Mg man and<

Guard Armory.In night during tile half have recorded wins over St. a dangerous scorer In 6.S center

as the consolation contest It ,time of the Stefcttn.TeoneweWeleyaa Augustine, 62-44, and the Florida Danny Thompson who pumped
i was Wilmington College downing game thai two Military School II .24. while home 24 points In the opener. He

the Mercer University Bean, Biddy Basketball Legoea will Wlldwood downed South Sumter, has been out practicing since

8375, to, take third place.ALGTOCRNBY be la action. 6560. In their tone test school started but the other

The Haifa, been alas said The visitors ,Just completedtheir eager have been playing toot

that tw* ether teams will be football season a week ago ball. This apparently didn't

Moor .headed up the fireman la action during the halftime tonight when they defeated Lake bother Danny Jones as he tallied

Tournament Team u of the Monday Might' game between 18 for WUdwood in helping

;. ALL.TOURNAMENT TEAM JMED j- These are.four of the five players that were'named to the seventh 'DM Mont Valuable Player; for StotM and King College I spark: the win.

annual Hatter Invitational AU-Tou.rname.nt Team last night) :Left to right are Bob Reeves Mercer; BILL .HESTER -.. the meek! HOW: SJRC Arnold Is expected "fa-go with
much the he has
STETSON, Dewslne Bruce,..Georgetown; and RONNIE MOORE, STETSON. Moore was also the' toOrney'gMost Joining him on th* quintet same lineup
1 used In his first two This
': of went to these were teammate. Bin Hester of THIRD PLACEIn WILL FACE games
I Valuable Player Absent; when picture was taken was Jay Neary Wilmington. Trophies playeri win find captain Chuck Early

and to the first three, teams in the tourney as well as MOORE. Making the presentations was Dean W. .H, Mc.. Edgewater; Dewaina! Bruce ofGeorgetown the consolation game It wasNeary with 41 points in two games atone
; Jay >**ry of showing the, way with 30 HAT FROSHThe
Eairy. (Sun News Photo by Gilmore) Wilmington; and Bob Reeves point a* connected with II forward along with Paul

of Mer'fr.Mnon of 22 shots from the field, MarShall Stetson Harris. The center will go to
University either Vernon Under Ken
I had toe blftent Right Hamilton added 15 points or
Fro h quintet will get back Bradley who tamed 16 and It
of the tourney with 81. Reeve and hauled down IT rebounds.
had SI on opening! night and Jim Budd and Jim Braxtoa fol. Into action tomorrow night points respectively, against
when entertain the St. The will be
guards co-
RHeads fteary' cached In with II laatIght. lowed with U and 11 points, re,
John Rivet Junior College captain Dick Kinzer and probably
$ spectively.Tommle
Vikings of Palatka, at 6 Eddie Quinn.
List Wilcox! topped the o'clock In the National The'preliminaryi contest between .
I It was a tremendous all.round Mercer' scoring with 15 .whil
GdardArmory. the two
rl 2 : 'Junior vanity
performance by Moore throughout John Anderson and Sandy Harris This will be the\ preliminary !five will find Coach Cecil Cat

i! NEW" YORK (AP-Rlck Barry the game.that kept the fans each hit' 14 And Jack Mantoa contest to th* Stetson lady1 boy getting Into ,action
on the edge of their ...11. He In'with 10. It U-30
the New Jersey youth from jri chipped was Tennessee Wesleyaa ate:30. .
Rotelle Park who went south to bagged 14 of 19 shots from the at halftime with Mercer staging contest slated for 8 p.m. Tomorrow night\ the Bulldogs

play basketball for Miami is off. floor and connected with nine another! fine second half rally One of the standouts forth win be back in action one again

to a good start toward hi* goal, of 11 tries in the second half. He that brought them to within six Vikings will be De- when they entertain the New
basketball rebounded well played solid de. point. at one time. Nelson a
of becoming college : Land Hoyt Smyrna Beach Barracuda In .a
fens and
proved to be a capable
No:1 scorer this season. 'IIICI" .tartlnl'auard on the 1963 ion-conference affair,
floor NAMII pa PT ThalManlnn
general with some fine aslists -
Barry scored 55 points In Mi __ S 'e.5 11 DeLand State Championship ,
f laml'l opening game against fl.....,. ___.....a. 4 i-' _- 'iInst. quintet. IA. recent Football

,I: Tampa then reeled oft 171 mnnagainst ,1 Hatter Coach Glenn Wilkes e--I_.___ S 1.11... 11 i tournament In Orlando Tampa .
Duquesn, Pitt LaSalle, termed Moore effort as 'one WIh"'Wr .._ : c-u eAnd.rao Hoyt tallied 23 and 1*
of the finest showings ll if not .. ::::::: 1 >i \ Gelt ,OKAgainTAMP
Niagara and St John of New\ RII"I. 5..e 5 petatidU |w" gene t *
Vorlc'Jor 228 points In six'games. w the\ areate.t'I have ever seen News..S'__._?. II t., eChill. the Most Valuable Player

nit gav*"" Barry 'an average: on the local floor" and this;was ...:., = i *I-* -- ij: Award although the Viking (AP-The: University
of 377 Ind; spot In the it echoed by layers, coaches. and Kerrt. .__.*.-.__ i 8.1t -' 4 lost In the final to of Tampa football team' will be
: fans alike. TOTAL* ..__ 14 1.14 -. 71 ,
tint weekly statistics released WILMINGTON Orlando Junior College, able to continue !Intercollegiate

Thursday by the National CoDe Georgetown tied the Hats at NAMC PA rr Total, 6661 competition 'so long }. It
gtat Athletic Bureau for games J tJ; h 4.4 early in the game but Moore Wire Hamilton's I (t'* = 1 Hoyt will b. | U lit causes no sacrifice on the partof

through Dec. 12. ; : Sailed Into the air to tap the ball Thlro' ._, I j-ll* 1$ against one of his former academics or finances the

Fred Hetzel of Davidson, who n : Into f* nets and the locals never Finn/ +=:.._ :.e = I IN Bulldog teammate tomorrow Board of Trustees said Thurs
: trailed It remained i 1.1'.' _.Y._...... 14 i 4 1Hahrnii night when he takes
played' la only three garnet was close ..??..?,:. a-A _
close behind with an average of throughout the opening minutesof Harrla I e e i the floor against DoLand'sDoug High School recruiting bad
j rTOURNA : play with the Hats HuM ::=::::::: e-tea. 1 Parlin who plays forth trustees'decision
112 the
1 J71 Hetzel tallied polnti. showing F.k.r W S-e .. been waiting for
"; Including 53 against Furman '' tt ( good hustle Sr..tee-:-.:::.::= iV t 1st11 Stetson, Fresh. because there Is much
__ '
<4 Wayne Estes of .Utah State j ''; Hester and Moore connected TOTALSHALVB. *... r se.11. u sentiment for dropping till ..port.I' .
of SJ: .9, Henry "" from the outside Mamr ___ 14 44 TtVllmlBftopi
1 with 'a0 average as they moved
... '. ..' !. ',1...,: ...:..41 /f 4J = IIBTBTSON
Flnkel of Paytona.Jl and John _, the ball well in taking a 2417 ,
t' t I' T//S Tests Hornets I
Austin ,of Boston College 309 1 lead with 10:54 to go )n the tint Eyes Against

round out the top five scorers M ENT ITANDOUT Ronnie Moore of the Stetson tlniversity' rial-. half The Green and Whit grabbed ,NAME...., _. I'O'T S 10.11 _Tttil 1.ttwr. 't

fates Is tile best foul shooter tiers WM selected as the Most Valuable Player in the seventh annual Hatter Invita., a 10.point lead with 5:M left --- 1 .1-1 $1 PIERSON Two JUveriand while the boys dropped a 99.25

with 28 of 27 for .963 while Tony h. presentation Is Dean W H. McEniry Moore connected at the crowd yelled Its approvaL I Ho"t.r ,..._.._ ? e.. 1" Conference game are scheduled decision In conference play
nkh'll .
i ,, Clark ,
I KImball of Connecticut is tht with 21 i night and came back with 33 last night as the Hats de- Tom Barnard of DeLand entered pnrtrh' ....' ::.::. 1 :0.0:: = I by the local high school sextet The local cagers will be look
point opening
top rebounder with M in four the contest and quickly BarnaH"TOTAL the\ Taylor Ing for a better showing tonight.
t t: = 'i and quintet tonight as
the title. Sun News Photo by Gilmore) .::=
86-73 for (
feated Georgetown, pumped in eight the 8 as at 7 clock and
'&!M' points as *"TTrlpmca _. 11 14. Wildcats will entertain the The gals play :
I Hats raced Into a 48 37 halftta( OIO"OITiow'-T'; I Hawthorne Hornets the boys immediately thereafter.

'" /f,1) Hardin lead. "NAME"."."Y _.___ 4 t., -TlUI IIL. In the opening games of the On Tuesday night both local
Botcling Out SECOND HALF ... ..,-...- I lI season the guts were topped by teams will trek to Bunnell for a
II. I :. David Lee, who tallied 23 '1I.'n..m, ,' -.,. I:7. w 1 the Hawthorne Lassie, 3117 return mutchwith tios.'c.ler.
L H' f HeidtsOWLIN4 points the night before hag hietrbublea -;:"::::: : t. = 1. "
OWLlNG ANNAPOLIS. Md. tAP-' with fouls anll left the Alkln _._.."__ a _.. a 'tlE11KMt1+IMKKKKKKKrIKsiKtKK.... .
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RESULTSKlrkland Navy answered one question game with It:39 to play 'w1t K.n- ....--...-... 5 :.* -. :

.. L D.. ".... MI... Thursday with the dumping ot only three points Tut I la'. ....._....'.._.. 11.5 -_ H'l'OT"'La IrlMI I--
tup" Mrkt LAP With about five minutes
s Wayne Hardin aa head football gone _...... n 1*.a* fiHALVISi '
Wkin 4.
TUHOAYAM. .*' Ant* ,-. Itl 4 Myfflar KaiitMky I tl Prl(4 Cnlak.e-y'1. Oaraaja fli D..' coach but left unanswered tile In the second half the Hats began
COPE L. >. :Bs454< Si !TV w IIr.ETldTL 'I t Land Oadg j. a.M. Canarata II name of his successor having their trouble in *'l.'ann. __.....-.44 4* IIM '

(C'.nmdt...._....._....... 41 It1I..lar1.a. :441, Ph.rmnr*. ..rYl...wit... II,, I a Palm 4Itl nlh'Inn e 4., CMIIIH; Wtr Caan > Doug Scovll administrative missing from the field and losingthe ( > .. .>wa __. 17 II 71

>ur Qu...' ___ I/4 I' tlkow Boom........... IIMSP. $4 '. wtlla, wem.n'. lilgll (,lit* assistant to Hardin and coach ol battle under the board I

i4. Q'a ..__......1450 15 t4a5Pr A gI*Jim, 1111 Puk high, i"thm". lit hill. .1 ln,l It. the Navy quarterbacks wu Bruce brought the Tiger to Sncll CitedNEW appliances

ae. rr.: =..== hO n" W.. St1( P.' .. Tl30mpa5:. HigH' thrta, believed to have had the Inside within three, 5754. with 12:43 to b-
il.y.o.5s' -- 55 t- ./ 11et track tor ,tile job and still fo.
( : :' ..-....-....8:: :1"r'i 'troe.alnr _....I 41 WCItsey's. 1t"11.". t..... tlrl,*. have. may. remained close at this point YORK CAP) Matt Sunbeam VTtfe Mixmaster rntxar

Igbl Salta ___..,...1. 41LADISS .11t tai: .11i.;.... .40lNe "U" 7U| .Wsh T.:4.thr lUft: But the 'Naval. 'Aca tm", with Moore Coming through with fineD, the fine fullback of the '.T,:,...1111. puthbsttOli .
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shaken ,by1e\ bhl1ttty'ver' all types of move to keep the New York: collected on* .. '
TIN PlNI 85..4.-.b'.s.1. ,_ $ 14. .. C..kU. $.,Tl *.a ri. 1iTaa title.todly.-Ro of the Year : bales Rater .. 6sW.
e., 5.. .01001.. II ? Tae Cut* Ci Tae Hardin obviously forced resignation Hats in the game with sevea 8 e Pemaebi.lah Y44Sda.
T5.04's R.M*.ratlna ... ra 114oihwav ''':'!Aeu1 HAPPY. lADItl' K I.I'ti.. Purty IKamr ta a. personality clash straight field goals and 14 point. -and aimed for another. 1544 dlln.U' Kad/e' '. .
Materlhl $5 11 1.T.Gn4'TMAf Arthur, kih tint1' I'll with With 7:30 to the locals were 'Id like! to that ground
'AL Jot..1' .._.-1450 1iTedford : ; $$54 Max three, 114 superiors* appeared in. ,no go get
.tI .I -..... It f1 .Iamm.rhIII< _..__._. 514 53'D.ian4 eIl.n Nett,! ,. 'klan, ttim. dnIe, til hurry to designate. the new mentor on top by 6783. gaining title," Snell said. "I'm V14W Sunbeam.
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Pswsr Corp..i 1''U i .. I, Curd M55. 1$ CMam Pen. 3 2f to with the Tigers CD radiant I lectrlo,
dates staying
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