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.yJt'ltZIItu1I March a Mary Wilds TSsetoa deaths maN than enthWbav hula for urging support el the wen J killed ea US. (3 aa tlcnla traffic artery with And, to 1MQ then. even two
I. New* atmQ Writer barD March L 1M2, died at happened U !9MWty DeUal Chamber Conurerc! average of *n* per month. mar injuries than ta any deaths; n J juries, and $J7,.
Mary Wilds TIIMtMl oCJt'Cedar : 4:30 am. March M.Th an we "tfarrUfT the Roads Committee proposal to Also during these U months, f eat ta. Mil period except In 419 ta property damage.
.i ,Key and Lowell Thomas young man and woman dean.rat*' of a highway so four.l lane U, S. tt. 71 persona wen Wined, and -- These of court*, an man
"; Heatoa of Ocala perhaps wen the first traffic fatalities Important to both attest For Statistics obtained from Tal- prupeiiy damage amounted to ,nparlaoa\ statistics from than itartrtfct.' They repr-
remtmber their aame In Volusia County In 19M And TaOahassea cilia that la IMS.trafie tent people who dledt who
Th* Florida Highway Patrol they met death on a 31.whl. -- M U,S. W tilled three were la paID; who saw their

atoll remembers them, although stretch of highway that could persons: Injured\ 73, and caoj- property destroyed.
rHP troopers .'IDf>t"' them for well be called the "}etbal" link ASoo ew.SSpeduJJRelQtt ed property damage of $.12,880.IB And thou* who have died onUs
D& died 13wen 12, risewhera In the
tile first time last March. between DeUnd and Daytona two persona : M
And although th* troopers Beach: U S. n. Injured and property; satins, an lifted by name ta
damage totaled W,MO. the file of the Florida High.
saw them only oace,'they can According to Florida Rich-
readily supply these vital statistic way Patrol records ta Talla two tubas: As a aot-o.gnto tahae by Set James Me. ..m In 19C, tine persona! bit way Patrol. la files which
Editor'sClip *: hues 27 persona base lot reminder to drive with extra. Xla ra. FHP safety director Thi it at tout fivn-year' their U'VM ea U. S. M; M wen like tombstone epltsphs. record
Lowell Thomas Heatoa. bon their fives oa U S. 93 U th* can during the approaching hen. show! out. ta tM first U Nosed In both fataUOea tad Injured<< and property damage the date of their birth, and the

Nov IT 193, died at I::30 a.m. put five'MrIud,of these Christmas holiday, and u a months lilt this year, U persons property damage M this par WU $40,103. BOUT and date of their dying.

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B. H. WE3TEBVELX: & : : Weather}

By Passel Partly cloudy to-
1utt' Mtflts
lua News
Just Editor for something different, B Uanfr : lay wUh Ugh to tow 40*. ,

let's discuss the county Jail TIM .. Lena S:M 'ami toay -

situation.W ,eta a-m. --. Hlghat
really weren't going to air 1:11: i....1:0.: p... fey:
this situation today it being ,Just Serving XII West Fofcria Cowily

five dayi before Christmas but ..,.,i:.
the relocation and county Jail
... ,,
Issues have been around for so ""

many Chrlstmases that they an Vol. 51 No. 54 Sunday, December 20,. 1961 DeLand, Florida 32720 r... = Zf- >" : 1ID 11SeCOIJIlJlUNITY
Santa.Qsus. '
almost u normal u a > '

Last week the county commission .j,.

Indicated ; "1.'; Hallcck, Challcnscd ':

that some steps 54 Snow > "
would be taken .
to Improve conditions SERVICE : : ".
ail The" at the 1S -:, )I I : : : : ,.,. :. .t' : ',...
] steps
apparently'will ,t SLATED AT 'STADIUM : Socksr' AFEflIsTM
be decided following 'f.. : :

a sun ':.'., GOP Fight Is On : AsWit
\ey of the dl. .* a> **)
will beat
lapidated fact!. .% I -$ The second annual Community Christmas Service MidwestExtreme
coun'afvtAill' T tonight la DeLand Municipal Stadium. la the event of
Ity by the inclement weather, the program will b* shifted to the First
S.18"1! ?'' WESTEBVEtT Baptist Church. ColdExrhanl
William l LeVellle The Rev. Alfred B. Vaught of Trinity Methodist Church, :
and two Incoming commissioners filling la for the Rev. Bernard C. Meec who was called out
d For
H. Deane Smith of of town because of a death la his family, will deliver the Over House PostWASHINGTON
and Robert
DeLand. V
brief meditation "Ught of Christmas White Blanket
of Ormond Beach. program is being sponsored by the West Votusla
The action followed a report MinTTt. Association and
a y Tee AMil.*..4 peas
to the board by Sheriff Rodney io
aQ area resident an Invited Sigh\ of relief at the paaslagof
B: Thursby on the existing conditions |o attend. the extreme add spell wan
-' supported by statements la addition to Mr Vaught to moans Saturday a* (AP) Proclaiming Haul RepublIcan Conference, tad COP members II that Bal ba;lHek>rm wa*aIAW >
by state officlala following -, others on the program will changing. snow, skeet and himself a' ".", era" challenged Ktlleck.. U la a con took . wind whipped
recent Inspections.Two be the Rev Noel LyWns, rain invaded many tea. candidate, Rp. Gerald R. Ford tart to be decided by tile 140 Republican his Job if h* rat keep thorn. MWSt
state officials, a prison minister of education at the tilt t tt lions freezing of the aa desi. of Michigan Jumped Saturday members tt a Jan 4 'NEW nu rrrcn
Inspector:,and a deputy fin marshal ThatMethodist Baptist Church, who Snow falling ta Iowa and Into a seemingly uphill effort to caucus Asked why h* to taking mi theTeter
have blasted the Jan, win preside; the Rev southern Minnesota was expected wrest tilt Hose Republican Ford told a nee conference a Indiana prsntadv'
using the words "inhuman" and George Wiseman of the First to spread rapidly over adJoining leadership from Rep Chart A. he I 11 confident "a good majoritywill who tal rvs "catastrophic'' la their reports Church, scripture, Midweatera Hates making Haunch of Indiana.Ford. tie oa our aide," But the Ity leader sine 1J5I, Ford replied
'A new Jail, cannot be built and Dr. Hugh Ash of th* driving hazardous., SI, chairman of tile general failing among Indue that "we are mrterinf a
although the county: has sufficient First Presbyterian Church The latest treat which beta "awe era la Anwtraa pnUtica.1
funds because of the court ChrUtmas prayer.Musl blasting the Pacific Northwest H* said ta a atattmrat read to tad tit**toll sad d the
ordered Injunction pending the win b* provided by the DeLand High School Band night brought many reporter h* to conMmt Repub.Brans huh ia MMH Is ea.10.MM hunt0Isy
outcome of the relocation battle under the direction of George Wolf and the Southwestern Friday of the West Coast several Are DeadIn want their party to b*. a stYy stills M briers
anas 21 .
Now w*may b*unaware of an High School glee club, directed by James DandrMi These inches" of snow and t'glaze of mm "dynamio! aid positlv .lath
the legal) ramifications, but then group also will accompany audience carol singing. wake of Ha crushing defeat
ThoM attending an asked to sit la the center section of
Is one question w.'dllka answered. the snow ta the November election
the west side stand to facilitate hearing and group singing. eastern 'Ongna
Why can't the county go Into drifts by 13m.p.h. Bullock was eat tt town and
ahead and repair the jail, Each person is asked to'bong a candle for a brief candlelight was .piled winds and earn Motion could not ba. reached for com t
U necesThursby ceremony that will conclude the program.Militarily meat but administrative ..
the aa -
from ground up shed to
of U S. 30 wen being
fary? A traffic. Police, ;ttitt* area were Series listant said frit oura* lie all
..&.." th Hal..
Indicated that it would phadlnt'' with resident t* atay run aide added .
the 1.,. ... ."". lick planr' *un from. fVr-- v
be Impossible to repair Vital l .horn*,U : A"xpai < 4fcJ eoh>rrjrieg us*M.will M
r la' W IHl$
at the ,
building without starting\ JMUI'1'ING MOW :xlz 4 rt
foundation. Then why not start PortlaaoVOn. maw waa = r
at the foundation? also drifttog.' ....* alrg rid *W* tale .hi our RefwbUeaii welt t h'
truck Satan tarthernutb' Fires flats a great wealth eI ,
POSSIBLE uwntTT Rain! ; freeing rala'and sleet and dMttcnttna" Ford

There's no Injunction that sat View wen expected front'southwest aaid.
the county can't maintain 1U Experts spa Texas through aastara Oklahoma NEW MAGI' >. ,

property. And, unless sane action and wester*.Arkansas to C.,. T5s ........- Pnas Dun. 4i I James I, and "Rise ,properly channeledand .
is taken the county nay find awthern Minnesota1 Nineteen chiktre died bihoua I Charles II month attliwd to 1M fullMt this
Itself faced with a gigantic lawsuit Snow was farvMt for MC- fins la four states Saturday five children died la a Art U talent win pramot nd wmma-
that would cost much mart tinna from t'bI1.ka and South leas than a week before : a five-room tram kale ta I slosh th* tmar. of 'flghilag! ,
than.the ,Jail repairs. 0 Canal Dakota through all but, the, q. ChrUtmas. ,OA. Ryes killed which 14 persona were slaepiag : forward looking rupubllca\ tJSt a iWMtr WM Ute mt leap
U and considering: the condition Role f trem southnra Rockl two.adultB end hearty damaged JUt XlnstoaN.C. I party making rMpAnaibl aid it. ea fed tea teed CU a.BOUT
of the.present jail k'e quite. A mixture of rain and :snow; th* p lrMnMa HS Vpartm alton I flU InUN ''I. ronstructivt Mlutloai istionat -
possible) .. prisoner was severely was titling the mountainsIn la Dallas T... (S H Story )'ours said tile fin apparently problems.M r

injured la the 'Jan eid'tcould I 'WASHINGTON' fAP) TU and the Korean emergency. removes California.On On Fg IfAa spread from, SH open fireplace I la this toMec na. Fordold
be proven that the injury vital .military Importance of i i ..all doubt, regarding the tile, Eat Coast the tan eclipse of th* mans helped I ICnUiH a f... Tvl C..1 N .... TeW J
was the result of maintain the county'sfailure the canal finking the Atlantic and fUture need and potential useful* end of the wek'i polar air wa save three children from fire

to property ; Pacific win continue undlmin- Bess for meeting lie requirement keeping temperature Bear zero deaths
the Aired
would Problems
what prevent only a
building Th tragedies
lined far Into the fUture. American of the defense force of In some sections.Pessibl *
his, family from lost
prisoner or day alter 20 elderiy parsons
I to the citrus
-under atrategttti say. this nation la pear and war, damage i
the their lives la a Fountalntown.
i the law tt lphssible that .the Tile It.S.I pointed out. la. la th* spobwman said.pwuly crop Bear BrowMvill. Tex Ind.. arming horn fir one
feared tile area experleaosd -
still as
commissioners could be held personally addition:to tilt even greater, value CAUSE wa* that firemen said might haw to wart*f were W
responsible III the event of tile canal to the commerce* Another defense official commented its second night U a darted la. a mouse ..t. Russian ........hoaisa....
of Injury) or death to a prisoner. of this nation and tile world asemphasivd that h* believed the pri. row of Bear freezing temper- Six of tile erne children of U.S.
The key to the county seat by President John wary military reason for building stare Chert Turner. CM. 40, a eteelworker ,
sue is tile Jail. That's why thaw ion Ia announcing tile proposal h n sea.level. canal was not the Th* srtuthera tip of Florida. of lad part.ttm* cab driver
attempting to move the neat ; for building a new *ea.lveJwaterway fact that bigger.ship could asssuch wa alt by almost two bitches of Warren Mich. a Detroit suburb. rI1I
sought the Injunction. They real- I acres Panama or a waterway but that It rain Saturday, but overnight perished la a Bn that 4ratroyed
bed that U a new county JaIl adjacent) ana to replace the MXyearold would not have the high vulnerCmtlaiw4 temperature* were ta tile upper\ their two-etory tram Officials Talk
was built few taxpayers would ,. lock.bound Panama ( N ..... TwlADMISSIONS 10*. bom
be willing to toss that money Canal. in aAaaai SIT M...dwelltub shear die I
down the drain by moving till A spokesman agreed REQUESTED : 'Six of my babies. an gnus IMS" l .l ll b> *HtMSt4 tea..
county seat and thus necessitating Navy that tt Is true M of tilt : I>* test six of my be...**.- NEW YORK (AP) tastW Ambaasadnr Mgt J:. Ittwa. .... .., ... .. J
construction of another Na"Saturday'* attack carrier. cannot : Cox riled *. learning *f tile I probUm* wen pndlgn'ed en.. chief. U.N.delegatci. ) Unr'' Disk a *MVI *f I**.* *. *. tlj
Under the law. ,die tragedy aa tie retttrn d from Mlfll Uya Tbompana. .......,
sew JaO. get through th* existing canal New1\1otionIsFiIe'd fti..aureported Saturday. u SoviM Foreign scang deputy
county Jan must b* to t the county but added that It caa hardly b* work.! wit critical. Marl eondI, UIIa. .ur. Andrei A. Cromyko called uadwMcntary of,it*;* tor par
seat aVntary of Slat Dean heal affairs. old. aa .
aid that die trw strategic tonportaac The oldest of till Con rhildren.Ebett CIft
AMI: rtvoszW : of tilt canal is lei*,today : Jr., U. kid left his kd- Rut Just back from a Patti tit
did tt w lIMa II tile i f ,:'::1'(' window 'after watck- plannlag nwetiiig of eke Norm .
room open 'A.-.furs
believe Out If till Jan was Atlaatle Treaty OrganUaiina.Oromyko $ .
put. SmithA tag the MOlt cllpM. He aid ---
la condition at In Suit
rebuilt cost of put thousand top tt cottars II DEU."DIELI. Against brothen frisk 10. and Thom arrtvtog\ Inr Dish ,
a would' serve ta torn H* sled that media. aodaaftuhtnarhM as. |. scaped through th* wiad with Risk at th* WsldorfA*. .
this toe. nvwlag tilt seat.We *. th* new nlaaB ,w, Ming dews sheets sad torts HrteU' to4 repnruir. theyprnbeNy 'r, v'o <
**en agalast paid addi erolaen: and frlgata and anflntmarin bUaketa they kad knotted to* would 41 cua* several \ ,\
toed, as mfflag taxpayer earn eufflcUntfunds warfare **saali. Lwwet.seelt.g to .......t.. wen used .ta ImMa'f ramaalgnXfitM .Mker. tier wtadow Ia tfc* mpe.. fi dirutura *f wnrldrharartar I

wen secured to buM aaewttal6 which Include rebuilt canters, cam;' 'Oanunlsstoner I tied I* asked to admit that OHM'wen Rein shut. and,..of Zuropsaartarsrter. : .
Tkos fund ItS are eon traaset the canal. DMM Sm h from taking oflSw totaff\ mi It. "saoaid lafunNwac Th boys Mid abase beat ." That emUd cover ,,;. i"

... ab1e. but we .realb* that A ** 4vel rout, with aid tor Begd. vMsMon *f th* eIeeo *f,i>bJ* ..caadtdarytrm pnvet d them from racing An amnl. a Kt adar *, ,A.rte
designated fr anew ckaaa sad no J lock, would ttoa .law woved ,Jane. 'anoOerpha M archftsenral'firm, des U>. childrm wh died; Martha lore and Oermaa reuatO- ., '
since they wen late .1 .. Ana. 11; Mary Je Tt John, I; .
I0MMICW Tae pMtroversiaL
Jafl. they could not be used epe*) b trnnstatfnna root ta FWayJ : a ?* Cams :
for repair to tile present buSd.* all U, S. naval craft and cut k* R..Gortbec anoraey for no rtAMTh : "' '
tag. boon aft th. lime for traveling\ Malcrtm Key Veined, Sled. amotion lIMIt mtaitr laid fc* : : .
the canal. asking fcnWi to "admN had plans to talk .' ,
But If we paid that mfSag M spedM :,
could II halt *Th* demonstrati value err that Wa campaign re about tile leNt U.I a>put J"II
we far a certainly short period of pay ton to meet tile Panama Canal hi mOttaryperattaan at th*county and wvtary The Inside. ever UJ*. psaeedtephpInt ecl. IIIYICJ' I ,
., On
of SUM an geattee.Bated aM.
the debt that would ,bf tacor- nrlnx World War Drii UJU WWM said Ra k had aoa eMskw. .
for n riperlaan
rebuilt Mpe.Ieetl i I'i
red tf till JaIl wsa y '. fm?
Th.reasoning may b*aawoand I. Aug. 4. Sept'' T, %.' > anlNwr.J. Gromyt aWII4] oomment .' ,1 l.I.. '
bat we an stmeiy trying offer -" PACE 4-DeLand JUIat0r'i< '. ,.,crk viewedIn M th* OUUMM *f the SMuioa *f .. '\ saM'gpA'' ;' '",.
a pea that jnlght mean a* i tilt UaatlM Nat UUrisurlal "
In the rlgteU NIt May* tracker Pollt**, Jti.'pt .
woukiat hv to talk: about relocation claimed that Smith dM ant JIlt Council that Stash attended J la t jf1p,. foil fI'i h'
at Chrtstmaattm. 1ML *om* cnmpalca contnfcotionand PACE S-New of Deltona a. Part Tuesday tuwgH Thnraay. ( >.i j Itwthis" ,,1

S i'I. e e jqpanditi** report* os ... PACE IT-A aamplinf of OtfitHmu deters .". I. '''''" ''

MESSTCBBRXAlThis > and ills to lid afl baIt sucatse Altar fVpOtflllf to JrwWanMlMa I
to w Baal eotona baton her aad agleadlMw.e. ou. *of M th* aeastoa Thar-
Ckriftaaa.' W* Bk to tab It POSH. ,fACr34-: ->W- Ccbfc'i; "Csl sbtlad Cot>.y. lay aiawt. Rasa 4*d4 tW t th I
this epportun .. thank wy. 'Friday ..... Mb** "" -' had ."...* Own to nest "
as/or the may Mid word aka toe **&** *f W petal ides nard with Oat, kar* keen,directed to th* 1nr th* fura.. aC this acted : PACE BUl' ''';p'i'9ty:Kin, Out, West German loreifa, aasntotm. t .:"rl"'i
Ed1W" Otf beard > fog .De .t anty sad MbtMt to th* >t...- ter." 1 U. WasUagtM. arat 'fnoath. tolnlMMW ,
attf.\ d> aa: ebJeehus kag bteryesedr bek .... ltiewYwM. .1 ".,.,.. :
They kv bmi enact gnAfAfa any beaipieat hwliig or PACE 39. ,- Sin New e ohm *at baerid'sp. nags toward rswrtflfMtoa : : ; "
uA taiplradoaaJU We,ea/ wtLAmoag- 'rial report from FMlht MpftLi;:Mia ,*f frmar. fM hMM NATIONAL'S,
Lips that w. csa.cwfIIIII tomrtty tile farts sheik, to sea. the Ruwte tad lilt l few..
*w k emt. and 8119II'. ed /.MgtY that hw ''kkradP4 :PAGE *:-A look Into Ukwf< BeLaad Mini stwhrag ay bM..rMt. ts that. ; .
aid drafldvramau *' < ..
Moon to cnmpna 1Itet" .
ahead ,
la year reiftt NUTTUsane ,
Aad a0w. a Was_,'kdDM ... lor htm. and that ,.I': .. th.. *rink *.,ogfk -J IJ./. ",
aa sharer a* It Lair. '"" lie tHiuOM. a jMitrr. *t W ...... ) aJ. Crmrko.UJ. ;
add *a Qramnaa eve -ManyOrtaoaas R3AP OUR; AD3; I tagtff to tatowfsn<*** a 0... N .. <.** wen
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IfWS RID!', DIe. II, 1964
_Damage Estimated More Than $S Million. BOOSTED DV RED ARMS !! 2 UTA D II10IMA) SOU ,

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ierce ive-Tloiir\ 1 Blaze Battled Congo Rebels IliPush, ''t.

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In Swanky Neiman-Marcus StoreDALLAS To Recapture Key City

Tex. lAP) N I. LEOPOLDVILLE: : the Congo Radio messages told of other
man.Marcus, the Dallas apecltl f' (AF) Congoletfjfebela, with resurgent rebel activities
ty store known around the world I Soviet and ComiaunisLfhlnese Rebel launched an assault onBunia

for 1U faihlont and merchandlaIng weapons, have Tecapturtd. all capital of KibaUttuii
techniques, wu smoke N but the airport, hotel and mis- Province, adjoining to Vets
streaked and water.leaked Sat aloft compound In Paulls' radio Province,' and penetrated the t
urday after a fierce live.hour A messages said Saturday town. The garrison of about 60
fire that ravaged 1U upper I The outnumbered government whit mercenaries and a Conga a
floors Vice President Edward garrison of 4T whit officer and lea contingent was holding out.About
Marcul estimated damage u In I 200 Congolese troop wu reported 10.000rebtll were BISHOP
excess of $$ million.MorIthIA under assault by 4,000 By BERNARD
40" flramMi and 20 massing for an attack on. SUB New Associate Editor'
rebel troops, had an ar Xindu, capital cf Manlema down
pieces of equipment fought the mored car and two armored Province 250 This Christmas I've put my patriarchal -
blaze smoke mile south of I mayb ,t.couple of
Clouds of black none lit all, except
jeep .Stanleyville. Itwa* from Klndu no guts.foe )nr -
shrouded the Dallas skyline a* of Vets Province batrnonlca.
Capital ,
that the good cigars .or
firemen poured tons of water | +t Paulla Is about 250. mind north.: launched its Congolese attack army And 1 really mean It I .imply don't want money' ,
on Stanley I
which into the seven'story stocked building for, i east of StanleyvWe, the rebel, villa, Klndu was left with onlya spent for gifts for m -. I don't want anything nothing
was heavily
Christmas shoppers capital that fell last pionth to a small garrison when the main I at all ::10'and I've instructed members of my family to

EARLY ALARM I lightning advance by Congolese' "body started north and the city not be silly and go buy me something.
Dens smoke obscured the troop led by white Otftcera. fold large stocks of arms and T mean Christmas after all is for the kids. Its nice

upper three Doors for.hours aft. I ammunition. for th-t; ; receive presents.But .

er the alarm wu sounded about Winds BlockAdvance } Intelligence sources in Leo- I certainly don't want, any
3:30: a.m. A night watchman on : poldvill were studying Soviet one to spend hard earned Experts View
the fifta floor said a small e*' and Communist Chinese machine money to buy me something.!

plosion preceded the flames I guns and automatic rifles ThatM lust bit silly.I : Canal
Cause of the fir had not been I taken at Paull They said much hope the family will com Role Of ]
determined when firemen subdued Of of the captured equipment was ply with my rather stern edict.
It about t a.m. old and obsolete, but In excel. If they don I will be terribly
Stanley Marcus, prealdent of lent working order upset with them.
the Nelman.Marcus Co.. donned The guns and ammunitionwere If that long cardboard box From Page 1

a fireman's coat and hat to Inspect Cold Front reliably\ reported\ shipped hidden away In the closets
the sodden interior of the t to the Conga: through 'Sudan. overhead should contain something -
store u soon u the blaze was II tor me Ill be furious. The abWty of th. present canal to

controlled. box undoubtedly constructed sabotage.An .
"The parts that were de We turned up the beat and Fires of the.toughest cardboard I've essential component of the
strayed" he said "were tie :: .; brought II" our plants Friday Tragic ever come in contact with, Panama Canal la Catun Lake
newest floor that were completed t.1\tttt1tm l'Ip LAN15"DUACHAIttt: ) > ti old University hiseoaple.4: Jiui.kTiate'jSr Ight-" and awakened,Saturday has made me a'little nervous.:I which stands between the lock:
Just two yean ago when $30,000 and other consideration acre of land oiilhe DeLain3 camj ;' morning to temperature about can't tell by maahlng because at the .Atlantic and Pacific end.
he added a seventh floor and &from; Sigma J4u Holding Corp. ere,'un(veT.1ty tcpreaentatlves turn over a checkor : : 30 degrees higher than we'd ex- Fatal For 21 the box b too sturdy and it's That lake, 12 feet above sea level

reflxtured the entire fifth 'floor ,the cash atnount officials! of the'holdtnj company. The land adjacent to E. pected. probably silly for me to be, la created by a simple earth
Th greatest damage was done. Minnesota Ave between N. Boulevard and'Amelia Ave., will be used for expansion I But don't lone faith In the concerned but It rattles awfully dam impounding the waters of

en the. filth Ccor, where the chll.dren' purposes by the University. Pictured from left to right are John Graham, attorney weatherman. It's Just one of From P 1 I much like there might. be a several rivers and small
department Is located. It colossal and gc
those rare
D. Dr John E. bu.est rifle or something inside. I'm streams. Th defense official
wu completely gutted The sec. or the Holding Company' Kirk Gunb y, company official, Johns tricks Florida weather plays onmeteoroloat
cad and third floors are in part manager for Stetson; James P. West, official: of the company; and Richard Pearce ,, tl. terribly tempted to poke a said it would take two years tit

water.soaked. Its not the prettiest representative of university.; (Sun News Photo by Bishop) \ 4 Weatherman folio Dean, Dead were Brenda and Linda bole Just to make sure. refill the lake to navigable level

scene In the world,' I cmaiiur ........ I ... who's been frost forecaster for Spencer, 5; their brothers, OTHER PACKAGES if the dam were the destroyed.In. lock themselves
you" ,. STUPID bRATE' 23 winters in DeLand, yesterday Charles, 9, and Erwin Ray, 2, There are other little htddeepackafes.ttatdmplyEe addition, : -
The intense heat cracked EITHER OR ? GOP Battlo replied to the query, "What and .ft cousin' Arlene Glbbs, ( nagglng stand as-a target for sabotage
some interior Malts but there' ... happened" by quipping "I months. the life out of me. I'm ore m.lMUe fire from enemy

was no information available on was afraid yo"'d bring that up." The mother, Verda, said she probably over concerned: butI submarine
possible structtoal'damageI nor Over Post BIU MOSS was staying at the house homeof fear that the family will become
how long Its store would be Co' Disarms!! Fugitive But, all kidding aside it's one Jesse James William? until caught up in the spiritof LBJ Slates
occasions the and foolishly disobey '
closed. ; of the infrequent repairs could be made to her the thing
I'Ie1maaMarcul Co. was V.s. meterologlst has missed the home( nearby me. I just hope it doesn
founded in 1907 by Herbert Marcus forecast by more than a few A fire in a rural frame home happen. Texas Jaunt

29, a* a pioneer project in a_ But Doesn't Know Whv F.... rase !Ib. degrees. in ,the Spear Lake community I'd be absolutely turIoua.tbat' ,
frontier "I dont think we've ever .
state. From Us .beginning near Marked Tree In northeastArkansas aI1. tAP President
Nelman,Marcus steadUly '.... ,t' .. I .J missed a forecast so bad," beau look the lives of live But,.there is that little pack. WASHINGTON-Johnson will ) to- Texas
prospered and widened ill .. .. said "but, with conditions as children ia from 7 fly
.H -"- he r .. t>*. Want to "make an 140 Re- ranging age age wrapped In plain red pa. Sunday.tor. holiday stay that
sphere of influence' to becomeone they,were nine out of.Id weath to It .
tubllcans in the House first' behind a stack of book will, b ,marked by intensive,
of the most widely- publicized "' ""WICHITA kaa. 'tAP *- "DaIS MeArthur'a weapon wu i M- tenor' players". which he fan ermeji would have" jssued the!, Mr, and Mr. Dawaln D. Latfforty per that lust, could be, ;legato: work *on next year's federal.

retail stores in the world. said I was either stupid or verybrave. caliber autom.UeDIdtd\ and plied Halleck has not done. Ford same prediction. the told air escaped with seven other I'm probably over concerned) budget
Now operated by the leunder'sfour Dean explained children, four of them less than
tons '- Stanley Edward ." cocked, and police said Miss said he wants each to be "a CO- mats Friday appeared to be five old; an electric thaver. It has me Press Secretary George I E.!: ,
It Wichita minute man" in opposing the years worried sick! announced that the
Jtrshln today
Herbert Jr. and Lawrence it Judy erahln looks daigtrouahance moving this way and already The victims were sleeping on Reedy
has branches in North Pallaa. Slat University freshman was democrats. was over Southern Alabama and the second floor; the survivors 'aolf by Is another larger President and Mrs. Johnson.
Fort Worth and Houston. telling how she snatched a 'Jail- Disclaiming any major policy the Mississippi area. "It looked on the bottom floor. box also wrapped securely, will leave for their ranch home!
breaker's gun away from Kim differences with Halleck, Ford like It would move on east and Police: Identified the dead as which has a sort of double rat. near Johnson City. Tex., sometime
and helped capture him Friday. said the Issue la whether his we'd get at least the southern Raymond Lafferty, 18; Laird, tie. It has m* completely un late Sunday afternoon.
New Motion '. "1 had never touched, a gun arty)Is going to have the new, fringe," he laid 10; Burin t. all boys, and Sta- nerved. Daughter wet Is expected to
,! War U my lift," lOis Jerahin Capsule dynamic, bold Innovating lead WIND CHANG!: cry'7, and Dorren, S. Well, there Isn't any use 'make the trip with them. The
&aid. "&114' I don't know way. .I. ershlp" he said t* could otsri'Fad But the surprise weather-turn CHILDREN EVEN worrying about It. I have given other Johnson daughter, Lynda'
Filed In Suit ,did k." "* described hlmaelf ara cam when upper wind from Three children) burned to myorters. 0. no gift and I win fly down later ,
The' fugtt*. Wcfiard Lee Mel Of Eventslit "high.middle of.the-road man"on the southwest started to move death in a tire that razed their no telling what' sort ef mood The First Family Is expectedto

.AttItvt"etwrldrttIt'! armed domestic !Issue and an advocate rapidly northeastward, prevent. home at ,eattle, wash I'd;be in .If the" family went return to Washington soon
II : of a "more aggressive toli I fag the odd from feeding down after the new .year,
robbery ;slid ;down a,bedaheer Th parents, Mr. and Mrs ahead and bought precent for I
FrJt.I(1: ( t J rope and escaped from? the *.venth :. DeLand for'America" in foreign affairs. Into Florida, Dean said. Ray Healy, suffering severe me anyway, Some Cabinet members 'also
Jail He generally I Ie regarded u Even late Friday afternoon buns nay take the flight Sunday and
floor Sedgwtck County, escaped with.. two other
ho ho I'D
You bet ,
DIeI. Police had described being Just about. conservativeas the predicted 30-32 degree low children. can your 'Reedy said others would be
seemed well on Its way "In less be by the tree Chrlatmas slang later.Letters .
lug buslaesa within the County olVolusit him a* "extremely dangerouswith THE VOLURIA REUSED Halleck. than hour, the mercury dropped Th dead were Barry 4, Patricia morning Just to find out I
wherein a person by homicidal tendendea." RAILROAD ,CLUB will meet IS degrees," Dean said "from 3, and Maureen, L how much weight a father' Purchased
the name of Gomoa was a mem MeArthur told police a* Monday Dec. 21, at U:M p,m. In Lawyers Ask 79! to 64 By 8 p.m., It bad A fire In a 2% story caused frame word carries these days, of
house at Trenton, N. J.
ber, or owner" picked the university campus ala Hopkln HaD 'at Lake Helen for dropped to 60 degrees, and that's course. COLUMBUS Ohio AP) -
The motion also. asks SmlUuto: place, to hide, tlctulOIII1Ititbfn..J14 ttr annual Cbrlitmas: dinner. All where it stayed all night." the deaths of Mary Rlttman, 69, I ,... Ohio StataUnlventty'a: library
a widow her daughter Helen
confirm that he received a $900 pas would recognize member' "tr-' as ed to bring a Hoffa RetrialCHATTANOOGA 40 Flreme said the I Look! Not Everything: hu: purchased for .t4.000 fromN'ItX.orrr.tfOlll"
contribution from the Volusla him la student crowds Moscow .
covered dub and able service, Spy'Leaves flame appeared to ban started :: =of Books, 94
County Democratic Committee POLICE TIPPED along with a gift of groceries tor CAP) la a shed attached to the rear of LOUISVILLE:, Ky. AP) "..-A letter to Mrellat Louis Bromfleld -
and however and US. Air '
deposited it In his personal Police got a tip MOSCOW ) -
IMS from several other author
needy family rather disreputable looking
account and lot la his campaign. patrolmen Jerry Shelton and James Hoffa's lawyers say they Force Mel) James' F. Smith, one the house ...
auto, seen. often. In the Included are U letters from Gertrude
treasury within 24 hoursOTHEB Holts ,entered the fine I A short ,Christmas program have uncovered<< new evidence to of four British ansi Americanmilitary
Friday looking for. will follow the dinner Justify a retrial\ sine the teamiters attaches accused by Sore Feet Justified area, has this sign across Stein, two from F. Scott!
DONATIONS arts building
convictedlast the back: Fitzgerald two from Ernest
president was
Smith 1* also uked to admit him' the Soviets of spying, left Mr-
CLEVELAND AP Nurses "I look. like an old tin Hemingway and one from Ezra
March of -
WENS Jury tampering may
that he received other contributions They spotted MeArthur, whJ 11' RIVER cow for London Saturday
and did not deposit them bolted. The officers eked atE National Aoclatloa of Retired The attorneys made the contention Smith, assistant air attache at at St. Alexis Hospital now have can Pound.
will have In federal court in a bid the U.S. embassy here, wu the an idea of their Justification for
ta hit campaign treuwy.wftb, Bents In the:crowded hall to help Civil Employes
In 34 hours or report them aa stop hint"Thatgu&v its regular monthly business to gala Hoffa trial. Thy tint of the four to' leave. The ton feet .. ..
filed' revised motion 'Th in whit In -
a Friday girls
one aecUna -
contributions ot'lot. matting Tuesday it 130: -t other ire'scheduled. to. depart .
gun, one p.J replacing.a mobs .filed, Moo,, fastened a pedometer to :. "'
The motion also asks Smith to student said, packlni oft. .- the VTWJBall. coftatf Alabama MOllda)'. .
Miss Barbara Matuitak at the '
confirm: that "dw1Jl, the said Now :Judy t.J.r. !I n.lake* ttf, and" SudfcnsvtSHrTh* rn*.Qng The new motion-contains the The United States and Britain start of her shift Eight -.
had decided Dec. 14 to withdraw recently.
campaign of JIM or month the wIU b* of short duration at which
storytI 4h. old
same chart u oner attaches because of travel hours later, it had registered
thereon. ;' It "hald himself out to had Just finished my last time officers: for the coming year that the government Intruded the : 1.2 miles:
restrictions placed: on
the public through, newspaper class before Chrlatmas vacation will b* InstaOM. Into relationships between Hoffa
media as paying his own capasses and was walking out of the line The meeting will be followedby and his lawyers thus denying rrsreasrsan'n

from his own resources arts building when a policeman a Christmas party. Member .him his constitutional: right ol
and that no ether person waa entered hurriedly," she aald. "1 Ira asked to bring a 25- .nt gift due Ii
contributing to his campaign; thought It was strange, but | for a man 'or a woman. All th* latest motion,' however,
Smith I I. represented by a baN went on out to my car U the retirees are welcome. the attorneys strewed what they
tery.,of attorneys Including SkJ.ney p,.rldll''lot .and tad-the motor termed new evidence/' r'l

Taylor and John Socaih rvnnlaf' .b"" I aaw.-Uil* young -
both DeLand, and Mel Orfinger,:. .man running..doVnhf sidewalk, FuktePurutroopeBlamed }Plane Forced; Down n .
Daytoaa Beach. -
"t thought he wu ]SUit another
student' 'Latent kids run. on For Raw CAIRO (AP) Egyptian MIa
Jet fighter Saturday forced 't .
Italiansp4adloGk told\ days ,
'aIN1l'CW' 'SAIGON' ,' '8o tll1" Nam down aa American plane over P 'r .

ROMS AP) Italy' parliament "Then ha Jerked my car door (AP) An ambush that destroyed i I the Nile delta. PolLee said fe belonged at .
deaiBocked: Saturday fora open and told me to get out. I several armored vehicles to the Face Oil Co at i th II';
sixth turn In its attempt to told him 'No. H4 grabbed my was carried cut by men lath ,. Aden and that the Incinerated .. .. "'"
elect a new prea1 ent. arm and started pulling then he uniform of Vietnam** gwrflmeat corpses of two person were. '.t Ma
Before the vote wu computed pointed that gun at m* and I got paratroopers, i highly found Mar tile wreckag' a ., I
it wu apparent no candidate out plated source said Saturday Th*:' Ian', a Fairchild was t,....
could aohiv4 the required "He 'Jumped \taw laid the fun, tight, reportedly ,. Blghtr rroratbe! .' .1:J' h..
majority down buld kin and tried to ""'The convoy was returning to :CUlt of Akaba.. Th Sovtettoult ,
The official Christian Democrat start the motor, which had died Saigon Thursday after escorting bilGe were sent up when! proper, .
caadidat, former premier The door was partly opt* ..Gsa. Ngu>'M lash, commaader I radio contact with the plane oJ
Giovanni Leone, again led the I saw tile gun lying\ there I of the Vietnamese could lot be established unoffleUl < Ii
balloting, but la perhaps the don't know" Just how or why I armed tore:**:.'to ,tilt coastal ourcea said .
moat significant development In. trend f Cap St.Jacques I
did It, but I reached across
of this be
It votes sixth. attempt dropped front 01'' htm J and grabbed the .The ,nab may haw been ,
.guavt backed op snd pointed. In14 to. tfte" 'hope 'el, catching Td 4 sq christma9Melnoire I
Birds) Plant Trees at, Mm.and\ ; Jold hlm. .Now you "ftll.*>,la* wy taik. Htllad ;..wtI1IBJItU '
.alH41a Ctfi Jaoiuea. t
get- ut.- Cherie
LOUISVILLE. Ky. (AP) Il.jiit; t"kcpt.trying' to atari .:While 'YleCCongrsuCTillat:: Spray. :

Forestry official crodlt UM the'ear. but Then tbd policemencame. sometime*'dm* !11\) goretentw.t 3I'i ;, .... '

bluejay for the Planting, of many, .They made him II. on ON I army uniforms, they are rarely ,I -... Make this memorable Christmas-witk the "
decked *U with regular ..
tree ground while they searched army trill to all mvfand. I
hint. alt .Iwlfiil. (*;Incladlac the red M good newMhmoireWri.SprsyEliubethArden I !
him. '
and on .
Bluejays tot only place the
Neda carefully In the eon but "! dkint know him"and I Mt !bwvU,at'VtetaamMe plntnIopo.n. BOW bring you the precious fragrance or

also cover the spot with leave rather sorry for him. Fv* never To Honor andRtMtrTtber from the staff ofAILENSUMMERHILL the world's most prized French Perfume ia

or pine needles which glee tile seen anyone arrested before/.** the finest Spay Atomizer ever nub, S.M,

seedling some protection from 'TO.WHOMJT
s'! J the weather Inc.yesie i v ..' ,|U .tai
\ Suer 1't 1 'Obituaries MAY CONCERN w. ere hole M sail yN 1i. s.1seleI. ." > > *< f ?" \

, Mice CttUog 'I TiiM ne ,'",.w.-f3eedHIM ...., 7rtr we seenJ% to .. ; .SERVICE *. esraeLaa iI i

J.-. Ckdr. >ry. (A?')" poser SaMeeIfuatrtR -- d.l.dlgs leet/1" lgbNq' Sew' IT* Mc,..* M-....... I..
x.elaih, ban Mt 144'A'WiMla mi ..** tMeiy -
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Mwtert w i* live tt MWIrraltdsta I .*s tat ,9MW -. HrMVtslM J' YisiaMeit'C n_ .w". tv in Kpk

H ,""4rv J&w. wh* led Mday.\ wU Mat H <. be beers. ass isM ;
E.. only oa. fatally U 10 "'ft. -Monday .ta AB**.? aew. a.. elsr W Mea r
I '*)*al. Intel. :aceMMU SummernlU DeBar Chapel. wink aarlm4 br LG.&." MtIIIW" UMMAl JfiKTW MWTK3AMSiff t
far tent mtaed tile Rev. WyH I; ..... ofRci HtVlrvrWA :

.. each1963em brat reccrd 1* Sting Tfat'i Ja .. :......,..... 14t2 N.: 1W,., 734S r ra44
5s) *4.year hWory of ik* ethic Burial win be la DeLand Memorial ...... as A* Near. t (

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FRONT PACE Sunday, December 20, 1964 f' ; .


Medics Say President Fit a5g 11 avox; : S .


Tests: 'SltV LB J' He ltll'Co'odI fI5 .R

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As Inauguration Approaches Lf M Glorious SteNO FM plus) Monaural rill AM Radio

Astro-Sonlesolid lute Radio-AmpllfietcI' s'j.

Cdltor'i Note: Because of hii make the recent examination chef ,there 1* a real artist at ". -. .-produces IS-Watts undlstorteiimitfepowtr -
heart attack background the but did so while he and his wife cooking things that are not fattening -' .
health ot| President Johnson U a were visiting Washington. Six Magnavox H1JjhfldelityBpeakert glvrthiining" ,
subject of continuing Interest And he said he found the He said the President Bow sound you must hear .'
especially at he head Into hit president blood pressure, url- weigh! around :oo) but doctors '
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tnt: full term. In the following nalysls, various blood tests, and would like him) to shave off Fabulous Mlcromatlc Player UU your records tot a ':
exclusive Interview with AP tests lot his tolerance to exercise about 10 pound and keep him lifetime-Diamond stylus 'Is,guaranteed for 10 years
Science Writer Frank Carey, all aprmal.Furthermore sell at 190. I ,
one of the President phjil- he said, the And how 1s the President *NO TUBES-Aitro-SoBJe{ Js(th '.ppewwgo Aemlopmmt that mptsw aH
clans assesses the outlook) President underwent an electrocardiograph doing so well despite a tough I cm rt-ttestioa dt.IfI1il1
examination avisual schedule I t ,& la the unitet tubes and componentdanaiuk -

WASHINGTON.(API President \ recording of .his heart's "He works long hours, but' .*St ii hAt v5b tolidfjlata drWiiq.tatS tea times nor tffidat.
Johnson approaches his function at the AIr Fore he' sleeping well, and he's :. ; ,
inauguration In excellent health School of Aerospace Medicine trying to get exercise: such a* ,1Mn ddV1'dltlolld{ Stb l \
and with a very good chance of San Antonio, Tex. on Nov. T, swimming and walking" the
weathering the next four strenuous ; and that too was normal. doctor said
and demanding year, says I Cain added: Mg Nh
one of his personal physicians. I ONLY PROBLEM
"There is no health reason I "I think his only problem People In '+ raw r
why he should not continue an and Ira one that faces most of DIRECTOR THE: 'BELL RINGERS' rie'"Jr
active vigorous life for many us Is keeping hi* weight Mr. Ruth Carr displays sea bells
years," Dr. James W. Cain said down. When he'* travelling, ev The News .
In an exclusive telephone Interview ery meal he II offered turn out, .
with the Associated Press. to be a banquet. But, he's trying FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHILDREN 1
Cain who is with the Mayo Clinic to watch his weight, and be LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) -
of Rochester, Minn., added works at it constantly. He does After U year together the C1DJ"
that he has examined Johnson real well when he't at home lathe Mary Kaye Trio earn to an am. x :
la the White House within the White House, because the Icable parting Friday. Young Group Earns Title
past two weeks. Following the group's four a
The President now 58 not week run la the show lounge of '$
only shows no adverse effects Berlin WallIs a Us Vegas hotel. Mary Kay L2.ttr 795TheCar
from the recent, rigorous political plan to continue as a soloist Of Yuletide Bell ttr ..-
campaign but also "I think Her brother Norman said he Ringers'By
hes In better health than I've will tend to his ml estate buil ,w ,Mvdxr rl'' 3r w
seen him In years" Cain said. For new, while singer-cosdc Frank
BUM' CHECKS; Open biter* Cwrten-pwefy,! US1eb''
plan to team with neill '
another OTTO w.r.Nlua ,1\ The set efbeU* tar ui.-
Cain U one ot several physicians -
comedian. Wakwt Ankh" AIM ki sjeenunf Eftwy-4* V
la various parts of the News BUtt WriterA Children were given to the church'
The trio la known for by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Martin
country who periodically SM the ot youngsters tram '
President in addition to Bear Yule Visits recording of "My runny Val. DeUad's group First Presbyterian la memory of her mother COMBINED WITH VIVID US s* In. MAQNACOLOR PICTUMS OT MCATti

Adm. George C. Burkley, per entlnc" and "lmom Road." Church' under the direction of Mrs.. Frederick J Hemsel. TAKING BCAUTY. .. trSonle sound brings you the most spectacular program
Jan Byers assist Mr Carr
tonal to the Presidentwho *
physician '
hu the Chief Executive SANTA MONICA, CalIf. (AP) Mrs. Ruth Carr have literally with the bell ringing rehearsal realltm you've ever ixperleneed! It has such vasttond dlm.nllon.ltcan"whisper
ender daily observation. ,' BERLIN (AP) The Christ- Actress Ann Kish.fl. 28, been "Ringing Bells tor Christ She U DeLand High School or .thunder" the fufl beauty of nuulc.An Channel UHF/VHF Tuning of tours*.
Asked especially about the ma* reunion of Berliner separated former wife ot Marion Brandt mas" this year.A senior and a member of the Here's anew standard of dependability,tool Solid state components art. guaranteed]
health outlook for President by the Red Wall began wa granted permission Friday let of bras hells nude In Choral Choir of, the church.
Johnson during the next tour Saturday as ten ot thousands to spend ChrUtma Day with Holland were donated to the CROIT MEMBERSMember Iyears-srtdtheexclusive: Ma naeolof' Stfver Seal TV Warrants guennteeaNM!t J
years Cain said of the man-who went Into the Soviet sector of their son Chrlitlaa Devi I. Church by Mrs. Claude C Ret' I ot the "Bib Bell for 90 days-all tubes and parts for one| "
suffered a severe heart attack the divided city A superior court 'Judge mer la memory ot her,husband : Ringers are Connie Teasel .
In 1955.: : East German border guard warned, however, that she must about two yean ago. A group of Charlotte Page, Doug Summers, fflItIIIl cart yet Tut Sher start a nary.UMhiNltllJltl todoAr', '' '
"I see no reason why he opened the wall before dawn spend the time with the boy at teen and cub-teen youngsterswere Caroline Hague", Teddy Belief, \ .
should not stand It ,(the 'Job) and by late afternoon about TO,* the home_ ot her attorney. organized by Mrs.Carr the Susan Carr, Tommy Waters,
very well. His Job la very de*, 000 West Recliners had passed Brando Church organist, ant associate" Sarah Hague, Charla Waters,
Branding physically and men through! by' showing special et the child *Dec granted T after custody HIM "professor of music education at. Richard Magalhaei, Alice ding
tally but I see no reason whyIt passe issued by the Red*. Kashfi Stetson University I man Ann Gregory. Kathy Kneger -
should be any more danger. West Berlin police counted allegedly attempted sui The )Vet Presbyterian Bell John Whltaker. SutaaVeekn. "
ou Ito health) In his case than more than 'GOO car at the four ride. A custody' hearing 1* pending Ringers have given. several pub and Mark and Chris Exciting new '
la that of because Ue performance at the Church Iverson. l
anyone else road crossing into East Berlin r
hi* health la excellent." RttOOTH' FLOW since the organization of ,the I 'The Unle Bell Rlagert" are ;: ,PERSONAL TV '
As for the President's heart.. Despite the throngs, till epee'allow' '! SANTA MONICA. Calif (AP) group. They will provide special Laura MogU, Julie Ana Flowers, 12'
"!(is heart is Singer Judy Garland asked Christmas music during, this ..
doing very very Connie Gregory" Sidney Johnson. '
went smoothly, u Com ,
well. AH signs\ of the old heart munlrt authorities court permlsaloa' Friday for her .morning service at the church.1"OL'NGEJA'GROLT Johnny/ Edgar, Maureen Hay you tell .tfpnf one 'tit MN'
two children to visit with berth h famM! till amaginr''
attack are gone U you did not border guards and custom official land. Sandy >orthcott. tamTlop'ere pt.mber.1 year
know he bad that old 'attack,' at the checkpoint New York. over' the?Chrlatmai! \ A few weeks ago 'the! group Robert Dudley, Dewy ,".,, .et" g.teturs-p iiipg power ptueManyquantybatunswwbbundonN
seeing him now and examining West Berlin police holiday. wu augmented by It younger Water\ Nancy<< Hague MtUndaCritoph t .
him now would give you no Incident during the reported day TIll no Mia Garland* estranged has- children playing'tiny 'deu*. The Judy\ Teasel and Stephanie priced sen*. Tub' and
(due) that be had had a previous wall band, 'producer Sid Loft, ha five, six and seven year old Hog!'. In "much Mgher '
heart attack" win be open to We Berliner vowed to fight to keep Lorna ]joined the larger group last Sun Christmas U a time of rod 'V l parts guaranteed 1 yf.r- e.nYlii a' "
Gin stressed he was not Soviet with close relatives la the 12. ants Joe I, with him. The day la presenting" a pertal boa Cheer and till merry bell ringers 1 1c!for 90-days. YJA.Ifdl" of several
called ,to the White House sector until Jan. 1. During children are now prevented 'diagonal screen)
tq this bycourt ringing musical pla\ before the of- the First Presbyterian\ decors vrs colon (1%
ttme: they win\ be al 1
order from leaving Lot
Friendship dub an orgialxaUnaet Church have full bringing good '
lowed to nuke two visit Angelea County. elder citizens 'In the church cheer to others. .
About 100.000 of West Berlin'
POREpUlESSAYStIt OnIy$999iiituiu
M million.lIIIIa.bUaJItI.1l'I eligible '
Yoft t>o'i K ow second to receive Christmas passes. This I II the ORANGE.CITY FAMILY FILLED WITH PRIDE
since the wan .
Jewelry, KowYeur wa built la, MM that reunion ;

FERRELL Jeweler"LES have People been relaxed permitted.generally this year u seemedmore they old Glory' Flys High For Graduations You I have no idea how beautiful < : '

were crossing through the wall.
JEWELERS lent tor they two know there win be at canto unt. you ve. heard

more visiting period By JUNE SMITH deceived' his derrte as a boy while ih* wu itudylng'lor
uu nemm Wit u\\x last- at Easter: and Whitsuntide. lu f ews Staff Writer: pharmacist from the University her 'master's degree .i
'(ft A 6e*< Mete T* fraeV year that they had no assur ORANGE OTY -Just. ta time of Florida atGainesville., H* Both the lanberg daughterand -
anon -
they, could ever see tor Christmas, here* a human will intern 'la pharmacies at Da BOB were bona ta the Nethetv maanltle.nt
their willed' la relative again. Interest stay about two natives Bary and Orange Cry. land Antilles, the daughter he S
ot Amsterdam, Holland; aa Both their 101I,11I Jaw and coming an American rtttmn ls N1agna"ox ,
American 1Ia,. and a special daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert lust and till son in 1M2.! I IASTROSQNIC.
Stetson University Bookstore Chrtitma present' ctrJl'HI. University Joner 'received proudly say that sot only are "
TIll flag wa unfurled yesterday his degree. physical education they aa all.America family, *
Ualea. .04111' o, The Caere. at the home here of Mr aid last May and U BOW as Instructor but that an their children are Stereo :
Mrs. A. Sanberg who both were at Sanford High School college gradual, Which .In s I
OPEN THROUGH DECEMBER bora la Amsterdam and became commuting from Orange dry.STET80X pretty fine Christina, present.
American citizens oa March 22, : ClUO It seems to M.; J.
'Mrs Jooev.who wrilupft And that. the atory of why aa *NO TUBCaWdJs spSfiMfe J.faJVfOl..c; t ptae* .! I
12.But, contrary to ,wnat''eornepassersby tram metiaa la UST:"anH I Americaa Dag flew an alone ese Tsenm tubes (sad cotnpoB.a dnuiBf ehawli bat) I'
Her. master'. ;o>r.: a" laaguages residential 1 street ,Ii orange:
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1/ '"; } ''I'' ;/w.'I'# I : ek's News In Review.. PI

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The "wtrptd-mIftdJ get apparently i it OH th* .II!

loose again. By Th, A\\.*ll. .e Press dy, youngest son of the famous University u the university
n We. have received m raj.reporU In recent __ At laat the Ova Rights Act of family auffered, back, injuries had, charged He, .tobade relevee

days of theJU Jn eemtitriet both in DeLand and 196V; passed by Congress In con- June 19 to a plane crash in of tn e M million movie
",I. : which one of his aides and the and enjoined further aalea of the
Orange City. : trw 'ly and heat reached the recently novel on which It Was based

Soma;' small people are operating unjerthtmistaken Supreme Court Kennedy pilot were had kl1ed.1DW\ been trussed In a Twentieth Century-Fox, ready

Impression \ihat1 it it 'more blessed to The nine j Justices had before special frame bed while a badly to open the movie nationally In

,. take than to give" them A key section the heartof crushed vertebra mended. hundreds of theaters announced
an Immediate appeal. What had
Officials at Delpn4's Oakdale Cemetery reN the legislation = outlawing President Johnaon made his infuriated Notre Dame wu a

ported that several plants, bfirubs and specific M 1 segregation and refusal ol aerv- first cabinet appointment. Luther scene showing Ita famous football .

Christmas decorations have been removed from f Ice 11. hotel, motels restau H. Hodges, Bearing '7. resigned team bemused by harera
ruts gasoline stations and of commerce girls and drink on the eve of a
*, pisces ct amuaement.Ita aa secretary
graves. and In his place the game
Hollywood Cemetery in Orange City is suffering V. ruling: me provision is President named John T. Connor QIOTES OP WEEK

., from the same type of perverted individual. i. conatltuUonal. the vote: 9.0.C4vtl :50, president of Merck ft "Yea our souls have been
rights leaders hailed the .
drug firm tried in the cold and bitter Valley
New Jersey
t tc Co., a
verdict laying! vindicated the of the
'I who describe himself\ Forges Deep South
Officials there report that many vases have ettnrU of thousands of Negroes .. "a liberal businessman." la and black and white together,

been etolen and that at one grave,'the cut flowers public and white accommodations who supported the a Democrat and one of the we have met the test." -

removed from the vase stuck 'Jn the struggle founders of the National Independent Martin Luther King
were throughout the South. Committee for Johnson. Peace la Indivisible, and nuclear .
ground, and the vase was carried off. -, ; In Atlanta, Moretoa Rolleatoa war Is even stiO more ao"

At another brownstone.crock which Jr. one of three men who atart- Humphrey consideration. Jus Prime Minister Harold WO
grave, a ed the Heart of Atlanta Motel After due ..

had been at the grave for more than' ,.30 years said 'ThU la a lad day for the New tlce Henry York State day Supreme Greenberg Court of eon"There comes rebellion, and

Was stolen cause of Individual freedom." ruled that the movie "John afterward new Cuban win

The thieves have even attacked growing DELAND'S' EX-POLIOS CHIEF SOON TO BE IN VIET NAM The motel! and CMlle'a Barbecue, Goldfarb, Please Come Home," emerge." Ernesto (Che) Gue
Kenneth Cox points to' destination a one-atory cafe In a Negro area
plants and bushes. Rose bushes, azaleas and t t of Birmingham[ were the principals was an affront to Notre Dame vara.

variety of other shrubs and bushes. have been In the eases on which the
JOINS GOl'ERNMENrS AID PROGRAM Supreme Court ruled. Ollie Mc.
dug up and removed from the cemetery. ..::
Clung, the barbecue owner aald MERRY-CO-ROVND
Orange City officials also report that the holly ;' he would com ly with the law

trees In the cemetery have become a target for DeLand's' ; In aa accompanying decision,

thiever* particularly at this time of year. Many s Ex-Policc Chief WIII Traiii the court ruMTS to 4 that the
act had wiped out pending abate
Branches have been cut, apparently by those whet 1- ," 9 v> ,r prosecutions agabiat those who Strong Friendship

are too cheap Jo purchase Christinas decorations. bed tried peacefully to integrate

Official at both cemeteries plan to take Forces In Viet Nam i tabllshhicnta now ,covered by
Safety Villages the l.wnJ.. was interpreted to
eliminate these acts
steps. -;> harsh steps y to mean that nearly all of the Bet\VCelll\'lcNalnara' LBJ

ef desecration. They have reminded everyonethat ,sane 3000 penal to charged ,

caught unlawfully removing articles will now to free '
By BERNARD BISHOP Villagers are equipped 14. Pacific: NATO TALKS
from ,cemeteries will be prosecuted to the Hun News Staff WriterIn fend ort raids and are loathe M :: RKC.AI.LFD TO DITY, "J$ Ptrhh thy JrATO ministers Senate Committee has a conflict .
fullest extent of the law which we say they a few short months, a quiet reveal guerrilla activities tit''. I11.; was tbM.uuked in 1113 but traced: +* ).... ek'i'or bombs and By DREW PEARSON of .of Interest by being members
so richly deserve Irish.born cop from DeLand will government forces for fear their ,leaned to'active duty In 1950 and peat".:;W1. Alston wu apparent WASHINGTON Secretary has of the armed services:
Defense Robert McNamara
be establish loved will be killed. Served until 1953.: *
helping to public ones ; but oh :hla return to John Stennis, Miss, Henry Jackson
.4 j safely forces in the back villages Cox's task will be to help set la 1956 Cox moved to Florida WaahtnttoA Secretary of State l now kicked the three most sac Thurmond
4- of Wash, Strom ,
red military cows Congresain
of Viet forces In villages from Md. and
Nam. up strong security Baltimore. Joined Dean Ruak recoiled that "there their S.C., Howard Cannon Nev., Dan
Kenneth Cox 40 outgoing capable of with the DeLand force the tenderest part
'year-old dealing police as a was
a feeltntf theshfuce Democrats
general Inouye, H.w.u-.u ;
: st' chief of the city's police the assaults. patrolman. In 1958 be resigned anatomy
!oo'F Speed. has never been so sate First, he abolished surplus. and Margaret Chase Smith Me,
force ban accepted a position The tall smiling cop Is well to attend Stetson University, "
or 10 prosperous at- and Goldwater Ariz., Republic-
aa public safety advisor with the qualified to train the Viet. where he majored In math.. military and naval bases
Secretary of Defense
U. S. State Dept namese. He spent 30 months In matics. RobertS ways dear to a Congressman'shart ana.
It is not mere speed that ia the major cause Cox; whose resignation. from the Pacific during World War nand When DeLand chief of police McNamara gave the mIni. whether they benefit the This is why military personnelon

ef accidents on the nation's highways; it ia speedtoo the local force la effective Jam. was an Instructor of combat reRlgned In 1960, Cox waa ap ten an awftome picture of nation or not the whole get a better break
American atomic might dedicated Second be abolished the reserves than civilian personnel Military
1, obtained passports for Viet marines during the Korean con pointed to succeed him.
fast for conditions.
Nam last week. He'D report to flict. FAMILY LISTED to the Wens of Europe thereby taking the polish personnel stationed In the
That Is the contention of Dr, John E. Baer Washington, D.C. Jan 4 to begin MARIMC RESUME: Cox's family-wife, Margaret Nuclear weapons In Germany off 84 Congressman's stars and tropics for Instance, can takea

wald, professor of traffic engineering and direr about alx week training with Cox Is a major in the U, S. and children, Muriel 18. Kenneth alone, he said had 3000 tarries eagles; simultaneously he abolished trip to northern Europe oncea
the Agency for International Development Marine Corps Reserve. He Jr.. 17, Kathleen, 3ft and the power of the Hiroshima indiscriminate Junketing year with their families for a
tor of the Highway Traffic Center at the University (AID), regularly attended two-week's Nancy. 2ft will stay oa la bomb. "At the service of by Congressmen unless his own change of climate But State

of Illinois. He asserts that while we are, His Job in war.ton Viet Nam training each year during his DeLand until the school term NATO." he aald were more office approves the Junket Department personnel living lathe .
building 300-horsepower superhighways we still will be to assist in establishing- tenure as police chief at DeLand. ends. Muriel will be graduated than 800 intercontinental ballla- All this 1s a three.way Invitation same tropical' or semitropical
police and safety forces In out- Cox c.me0 the United States from DeLand High School. tic tissues more than 300 Polaris to Congress to try to knock areas can t do thla.
tolerate_ horse-and-buggy speed regulations. of.way rural villages u a deterrent from his birthplace, Dublin, Cut everything U arranged for missiles and hundreds of the Secretary of Defense out of And if the State Departmentwere

.. Speed laws are set by state legislative bodies to ralda by the Communist. Ireland when he was 2 4 years the l' loin Cox In Viet bomber with nuclear/ capacity. his Job-and a less courageous, to conduct the same propaganda'eampaigd'for'ItS
I Viet Cong guerrillas old. Hla mother, who accompanied T If teas disclosed that atomic less able man than McNamara appropriation
t and! officials who,he says, are not usually competent OiettlULLA ACTION him, decided on'.the move,,1 Ia announcing his resignationfrom charges had been planted would not take the risk. aa the military lobbyists .

for thla Job. Only qualified traffic engineers, Raids by the Viet Cong have after Case father died la Persia, the local police force. Cox acroM, Western! Europe to control Furthermore, lets courageous it would be the subject of
after a thorough study of a given situation or hampered South Viet Nam where he was assistant manager said he hated to "leave DeLandbut roada. bridges and moua4aln President than Lyndon Johnson vigorous t'l'lttcIanfrom 'Sen.
troops In combating: the Com of the Anglo.Persian oil fields that the, opportunity and would not support so determined Harry Byrd D-V.., a member
condition, should be allowed to establish or revise monists, .1'11. guerrillas swoop Young Cox grew up In Charles challenge. 'of his new position paMeetN TALKS, and politically daringa of the Senate I Armed' Services

speed limits.Reasonable Into otherwise peaceful back ton, W, Va. and enlisted in the were too great to pass up. There also was talk, talk talk Secretary of Defense. But a Commute; or Rep.,Jolla Roo-
scientifically; established limit, country communities steal supplies Marines in December 1943 He Fred) 0, Folaom veteran of at the United Nations Debate strange friendship has grown up lilY, D-N.Y.: who sits on the
and male ( In various Island U between these State Department Appropriation
press villagers saw combat >ears on the police force, droned
on all week about the
Baerwald believes, will satisfy driven rather into military service. campaigns ia the Southwest succeeded Cox as chief. two men Subcommittee
than frustrate.them aa arbitrary l limits' now tendto Congo whites rescue from of hundreds of one a Democratlc Byrd even counts the press
trlbeamet. '
politician releases Issued by the State Department
do. The result will be to encourage motorists .. Some African leaden railed 'from Texas ,r each year to see

to drive at' or near ,the. same speed, minimize CRACKER POLITICS hi < tuw> (none u) t m iliws .fRIDAY.tlC. 11.1964 I.'lilt the West and agalnit the other a whether it ia spending money to
MoUe Tahnmhe, president of the Republican corporation promote itself '.
maneuvering and passing and thus make the .
Congo, who bad approved the executive .Most I lmp a1ut- result of the
highways lifer rescue mission The Rusalans who wants military, lobby, however, baa
Fourth! Session As Chairman Forecast Joined the verbal J attackaagatntt to go back and ; been the steady drumbeat of
the United States A live In Boston Congressional votes for more
Hk 4 few African countries supported Johnson I acoastantly money than the President and

the rescue effort fBAMON the Defense Department want

T. fitted States Ambawador bragging aboutMcNamar. This has been true during the
t 7 ,For DeLand Lawyer James H. Sweeny Adlal E. Stevenson! declared: to his friends tells Truman, Eisenhower, and
fI ."'1\'. have no apologies to make them he la the most liberal Kennedy Johnaon administrations
member of the Cabinet It's It'.
we are proud of our part In completely bipartisan.
I Lady; Is In. ,. saving human llvea Imperiledby obvious that the Prealdent not Congressman arc especially
the civil war In the Congo." only has great confidence la- till faithful in voting higher funds
By ALLEX MORRH received some counsel from Blue Key Hall of Fame Itudent
\ 1.:k w ? The debate seemed likely to Secretary: of Defense, but would for themselves u reser vista.
TALLAHASSEE,, House Bronson: "It you want to lean executive council and associate
be crushed If the No. 1 Republican IAn REBOUC
continue Into .
; But Where? f lprtbr'4e ete' C.; C. Rowed about State government get oa editor of the "r' book. Ha ban to end In next a mild week resolution, probably In thla Democratic administration During four straight jean

la bet-busy nowadays at a tub the Appropriations CommIt f." carried those same ,talents forgetting for were to leave under Eisenhower he asked for
ABIGAIL many regard aa the moat significant Griffin BOW saja that was the things done, Into theLegislature railing aa on the apot Inveatlgatlon. DANGEROUS. LOBBY a tea per cent cut la reserve
Meantime the Vatican
VAMBVXKN of any speaker's duties beat advice he ever got about yet b* never has Mrtimated that 320 When, McNamara abolished strength Ike had been Chief ot

considering. .committee. assignment lawmaking for serving on Appropriations seemed to car about courting Catholic/ and Protestant missionaries the reserves and stepped on the Staff, also commander in Europe
., brings you Into popularity, were reservists In Congress, he really presumably knew something .
MAR AbeT: My husband died in 1951 and he left ,Sd powerful !l.ri Row*' commltteM touch with every segment cl thegovernment' NECAnVB FORCE atill In rebel handa "Hope ef gutted a'' machinewhich the about military needs.
in excess of 1700,000,' and I was cheated out ef every that what Speaker Ro Committees la the Florida saving them were very thin, public doesn't know about but But each year, from 1958-1961,
dime of It None of the lawyers In this town will touch well does to the appointment of Finance A House exert la particular said the Vatican radio.PCOrtC which has come to have Increasing the military lobby In Congress

my ease with a tea.foot pole. My husband had liver, ...',will d.wnn1M0' materially TaxatlaaRepresentative- strong: negative fore. If a bin MAKE NEWS power on Capitol Hill. overrode him Ia fiscal 1939 b*
trouble. H* was operated oa for It, and till doctor told the basic nature of the Is reported favorably the" general With profeulonal calm and One hundred and three years asked lot Army reserves of
m* himself that the operation was succetsful.; but la alas 13 aessloa. H* las total latitude James H.Sweeny membership may mold Ha pre .skill. Dr. Michael DeBakey removed ago, the governor of Kansas and 270000 men*Cos tress voted hint
days my husband was dead! I refused to pay the billbecause la making his choices, not being Jr., a De- vlsiona to a majority's thinking about lour Inches of tiltpetlettt' the Senate set a precedent, welt .,000. It kept oa overriding JaIl
that doctor had lied to m*, When my husband'swill bound by any rule or custom to Land law y r. through floor amendmrnta. But mata abdominal artery founded la the Constitution, that requests each year until he left
was road I was cut out of It except for a few dollars give weight\ to seniority, geogr This would b* nothing usually. can be don replaced It with Dacron a member of Congress could not office
I waa supposed to live on. Wbea I protested they tried .fy.;or member preference.The Steeeny'sfounhconnecu 'about a bill kilted la committee. tubing, and completed the operation serve In the military reserves. Ia 1958, when the military
to prove that I was craxy.: They are atill trying to proveIt. House has half a hundred tlvesession I hi S7 minute, The surgery On July 4. ISO. Sen. James H, lobby in congress flexed Its
ills sitters got everything.! THEY are the craxy ones, icwimttteaa but ol these u'' On Arithmetic alone. Speaker was Rot unusual the patient Lane of Kansas took his seat In muscles by voting one billion
Caa me''' get out of here? I three, Row U'S chars Is a difficult on*. was the Duke of
Mosey eravl t yea help aeaaioa after session touch the chairman of Ft- Windsor once Congress, having previously dollars more than Eisenhower:
CHEATED: pocketbooks and well.being of sauce t Tin. Each member 1111 this dm, excluding King Edward VIII of Britain been appointed a brigadier general requested, he Issued this atera
CHEATED Wtsro'ax* jat IIOaa th. Speaker) serve .* 70 and la the volunteers
DrAB [ tile men women aad children ol bloc, whlekmust lOW suffering from aa corresponding rebuke:
be six to eight committee Thes arterial bllater the size ef a to the reserves. Tha Congress la addition to
an Florida\
inn a
this more record
DEAR ABBYj 1'beeft going with this boy tor stateprhsp Sweeny has rang alphabetically te subject small .canteloufw. The areas The governor of Kaasaa thereupon appropriating ever n billion
the others combined a penchant for
two years and we recently b.came.ngagad. Ha suddenly blunt speech backed matter from Agriculture to waa Method Hospital in Hou- declared hit Senate:'aat more ,than;J considered news.
was notified that He has aa opportunity to go to West TREK COMMITTEBI ability to up with aa Workmen's CompelW''''. .and to*. Tq,. and the day was vacant and the Senate Judiciary ,vary for our security, has placed
Point knew he always wanted a military career, but Inever These three committees are: well get resulta. by being vary la limber at the speaker'a Wedneaday. By Friday the duke Committee upheld him with mandatory minimum strength
thought bed get aa appointment to West Point. Appropriations which! distributesthe prepared lUa k,tulauveexperience pleasure from 11 to 54. :walked from his bed to a chair.H thia ruling-: on th*' reserve components of
makes It "
If a* goes n meaaa we can't get married for four years.I public's money Finance A likely that TIle committees are grouped asked for a cigarette, but "1.8. te opinion .of the eonimttee the Army, This la an action
plan to ft to coOege and the thought of my Utttng lathe Taxation. wWeh fc>4* the dollar rida't Sweeny' knows more about Ira In eight'categories ao that ao was refuaed. At ala aide was the .the .ode of brigadier which seriously disturbs me and
dorm toe taut years does not appeal to m*. I love *, and Raise) Calendar, complex tax laws than member la appointed to two Ducheaa Wtndaor.. Site love of general under the United States which represents .aa. unprecedented .
!him, Abby. but I don't know whether! to let hint accept whteb. rearfate* tile flow el pro anyone; el,e.Getting cwnmlttee regularly scheduled whom lie lad abdicated the is Incompatible with that <4 departure from put
this appointment or not. I am 19 and ha is :30. Ttte la pod'' lefMatioa to th.. .efcamb legislators to tmpo for the aaaa* hour ef meeting.' throe; talfil either house ol Congress. By poUcy."

quit a shock to m* aa It wasn't la our plans I would .r'. floor far aetioa by .the .taxes which may caoaf their defeat But ajh {e hi only oa* Tree to his promlae. Sea. Edward accepting the office .of brigadier: .And ae went on at same
like some advice about. what to desDEAR general! membership.> ..; -? ,. II. ticklish tough Job element ot RoweB'a 'Jlgaaw tCKeuaedv: walked suit .f general, 'tot sitting "",", her,- length to spank the militaryCwtgreii -
UPSET "t am a'eonaemMve.**. Speaker which must be don U the State r Mr Lane rirtaafly resigned lila, ..':\saIicW *.
New .
!le. Enalaad
ITBETr U you really. Iw./ aim. ya'd at Rewatt has aJd.ktkM and government ls to meet the rev*. pun and Baptist HoqXUl seat la tile Senat and It became -*" twit briber. naenhower. the
only ".... btu aoeept Ski a,piatme g...'. *a- rg* ...... "but t want to provide lilt commltmenta voted by tile Most: MMM eonrtments'member are before be boarded ChrMmaa.: Oo and Wednesday vacant at that Urn*.* military lobby had tangled with

Mm. fcawtc that. b* always wnasesl aa Army earwr.Yr what t'" State aetiakV needs.! same lawmaker, yet Jim Swe*. acme althr aadUMslailTa to Palm Beach a",plane. flew For many years, this precedent 'Trtaaw'1 MM by" punta up
eked nests to h* the ...,. otttkttag has coavtaeed tat spend the prevailed. Members of pre I
OMseera praafart Rowrt haaat MId a* yet but ny performed no masterfully\ fta.vcco.000>> quart thaa Tr rise
U th* storm far four years," A career ...'. knowing his philosophy and KM.availability that his 13 colleague voted SttMr depend upon. houdaya wtth his tamfly._Kean. pre were got tempted by belated fw\ the 1 5-renp Air
wile smda mere aasleratanitlng Wes yn ****** to few.. ot talent, three ..... aim "most effective" la eonv the M*.e* aad aumber com.miM I glittering snintary commlsaloaaaatfl Jinrce.' 'Tramasi ordered, the money
: LereJ .Kh him. Aad aak him .. lena witk ,... I think tlgtoua chalrmaaahlpa well may mitten and the people ol Voluala .......... Thia latut i iEld.ife.. after World War 1 when Impounded.Durtaf ." "
A. )Ie eul4 hath pr.UMy a* better la th* calco of tUHtm this county have elected and reelected exf Ulna way there are ther: began a gradual military, lJIIe'. UM! fair years
........ to wayAppropriations him aloe! malteGI'MIIIIft&' r fetttratioa it Coagreas. Afw Congress voted W bQiosi
: a
rv terma
: yearflies.
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hU been r
eight tuna without Democratic Esek to ys World War U this taOtrartoa |a. .Ikea te requested for
DEAR ABW X Just found out that my lid. Mud J, 'J. Gmlf a. Jr.. *f St.Qu4. opposition.! asked to fv. ..... Resell a r.r.zsU creased at a tremendous Par. P>*aea, nuaaOev" act other anili-

kept a diary of eat date ad she wrote a buses el stuff hswaaoeenaa bank'dlreceer' Rule i w UM .r Ma ouuHsms* Brefaraae ..........aA- tti"1 sad the military began tapping Jay hardwire u fiscal U&:. It
\v: la n that never _P"IIK It was all Mt ef her tmagt- savings ad loan vies Calendar ltepra bat *l aU eowmaft** **** ... : .,:= el Congressmen tar reserve eon. " ._ Her mntfier read It and sew the refuses to let I '_6.ut GrUb .la a pteaaaaVlt aentattv WUiam: Co'O'NeID0caIa ....... eonaiaiat' wtt tile f..... i rnilMtaaa wna tile eataaaiwm W Namare Iwditt'UeNainan. arf -
'a M date ,... Ah*?. we aever did U't1III.c wrat. What .spake kaewledgeahl g.nUefliM lawyer bent: elected to tile teed te ret u* k.Mends. .."' .... ...... fraternities. psadgiag freshmena *d t atAToe dkdal
J a 1 wfca. aaa bees a memkrtt 1.I. Moue In Ute, eeems to paaseaa ... .... to preside ._ college campus Each used the t-W 1IIIIt' tile mutury
ten ;bey; fee emM*** an Appr ?r1*. a big edge b RowU aparalsal ...., 8 uIt. Lowe ..-.. .... .. raack th*. 'IIIY..JCftT..AIrrwcJte plaby.a 4 n aflhw lorn

MM GEftntt rratsaJm y.n tMaaat; each .f =. of .h* teld for tae ek.kvnae.kip ...iblI probItnI ., MUt1 enniper .,..,, SJ:.. Me1 ........ set cap fca saw lohsjy ergsergs
SMM >tW ..a>.f |*...*. ,... Lad gad Mas* re* b. aaastoiia. pan ban beat of Una eomreM* which M ..tsrg II be appointed. t. tog aOc o* aaa-tallWL A**i tile yo eC.1 the ntuHH. -
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...... ins ** **aa. atlas than bar ...rj tar bar Wtaa GrtfS waa about ..' other commute have d... .Ie, ... ,... were partmUrly adept Is HMKbf .hakhy competed d reserve?*lens -

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Garden Club Circle Meets\ j

DELTONA The Garden from red ribbon. and xarious I

Circle of the DeLtnd Garden I, table arrangements from ma
dub held it* monthly meeting torts! member had furnished
Wednesday Each member also received a
morning the Com r
pretty corsage: as a gift from
munlty Center Miss Dede a.1 i
Mra..,Guy Jackson was kostess. Those present' Included Miss -ACE CHRISTMAS DANCE At the Deltona Teen Christmas dance
and her table was beautifully Helen Bischof; Mrs Roscoe : last Friday night held at the Community C enter on the shores Ale Lake Monroe 52
decorated with a large Avery; Mrt John Jurane; Mrs tcLl ,7\ members and 19 guests enjoyed an even jog of fellowship and dancing. In the above
wreath and candle holders she Calvin Detilck: Mrs Whitman 7 picture are the officers of the club left to right top row are Mary Lou McCarthy;
made with fruit and nut*. Mopton.; Mrs Herbert \\Ulman; __ Linda Shook Sandy Tucker, vie preside; and Linda Monahan. secretary Front
Following refreshment, Miss Mrs. Oar Sonqulst: Mrs Edwin row, Gary Klempke; Rusty Lazuka, president, Leonard Folen, and Leo Monahan
Lucille Dede of .
Allbrlght: Mrs Charles, PIONEER CLUB PARTY -" Th Pioneer Club of Deltona held its carry-in treasurer.
Shop in DeBary, dla Schoenlaub; Mrs Norman Wagner Christmas dinner on Monday evening Ov er 100 attended and enjoyed a pantos tune ,
played Christmas arrangment Mra. John VUaeck.; Mrs by members of the drama club. It waa entitled "Seven Gift of Christmas." In the

and showing conducted hot to make a poliuettla workshop Jackson Charles Bolles and Mrs Guy above scene are M..... Harry Powell, Robin& Ann'Mark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Catholic Group To Join To Solve Your

Robert Mark, and Mr. Howard Soar. :.: ,:k
DeltonaPersonals' away for the holidays If all goeswell ';'j, Hair Problems
we will be In Canton Ohio ) ,., "'
by the time this Is In print, ( ;" trust
Many of will have ,.. Protestant
you news ; < OrganizationSANTA
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items for the papers" during my 'i
absence and I want you to know Gnt
DELTONA-A belated that "t d
Happy either paper wW be gladto
Birthday" to Miss Lucille fide all Items I
accept of news you FT. N.M. (AP Church, the Disciples of
Whitewood Drive Lucille Is a care to give them. Please feel l I I
native New Yorker, but living free to call the DrLand Sun I Romaa Catholic & (Christian Church), the
Santa F* will become a Church of Christ (Con-
her In Deltona with her aunt News 7343661, or the Enter ,
and uncle. You can find her prise. 6685843. of Jh* New Mexico '. ), the Episcopal:
Churches" .in, .& and the angelical
anytlm during the day busy I wish you a very Merry
with flower arrangement at a Christmas and Happy New V.Ir.I h hand I even Protestant Brethren '
DeBary florist shop will be looking forward to ,, tions basic prlnclplei led to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sesiu and seeing all of you after Jan 4. TIM mow war union of the group, the two
on Frank Jr, of WhItewood Mrs John VUseck entertained I II day la a Joint( laid: 'Ii
Drive, left for Connecticut last with 'two table of bridge at a ArrhMirinp James "' unity but not uniform' [
Tuesday to attend the funeral luncheon last Friday Her guest '. and the Rev, Harry win be recognized lit an ef
services of her grandfather Mr. list Included Mr*. Norman Wagner ; I executive secretary of to reach an Meal of "unMy
Sesra returned Sunday and Mrs. Logan Reitz; Mrs. Me- : I ell They tailed It "a ..- ,, difference la ev '
Janette win return this weekend. aria Post, Mrs. Harold Swank, great expectation for euw"
Mrs. Raymond Delahaney wa Mrs. John Holllster, Mrs A. F, t I a lman of goal ..UI." roCB RFASONS 222
admitted to Orlando Air Fore Timberlake, and Mrs. Irvin Oho tu J I I VOm TO JOIN:' strength wUl be given to im
Bas Hospital for surgery man I I Archbishop Devil laid principle and/ doctrine ''''-'
Released from th. & far lie know, his churches must communi arer.yYit. r jrr
hospital M
were Mr. Leo Brinkmaa and Hi.12 dub .1..1..I q which cover all New to the contemporary world. -.-..... MHWMMc .T '

Molly Jo Morrow. the first t tQ Join a Method'M unwarranted dupllca .u tU .f dell r.a.. has
Mrs Blanch Miner, 848 Chippendale church, especially In zoos) pnll. _e'
ha returned to felines Cancels MeetDELTONA &t1",1 I Th*' Rev Mr {,- ., will. be made unnecessary." rU .tht Ut IWIMO the life
.111 ,.111_ aM mwhw..
after a long absence due to the Individual Catholic that the "pear of our
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I Jesus u4 toe any tamp. ***. ..,
illness and death of her sister la- _Due to the holiday a few cities have \ Child will be *vt-
law In Bridgeport, ConnTh season the regular meeting EMBROIDERY CLASS PRIZE Ma ny ladies in Deltona have enjoyed workingIn : council lie. cited Tulsa by this. action,1 BUM spars MM. ... !. ...... 4
ad.hw lUwkt
Welcome Wagon members of the High.Twelve dub of Del the Decorational Craft class the last two months which an an t mnpli>, ') also laid the move rep ;rat salsa
was conducted by Mrs.' 9tM1NNC pq Uf ate
enjoyed a luncheon at a tone scheduled for Dec 23 has Archbishop Dud, said '* an art 'ol trat..al1I1I. .
Lucille Pennington At a Christmas display of all articles made both the M s fresh,yseal .Ink
local restaurant this past week. been canceled The next meeting by Craft "in Individual division for' which the prlY". tilt
Fifty wen present' and the will be held en Jan. 13 with and, Liquid Embroidery class, Mrs. Mary C ronninger is shown receiving second prize 'f'l'NItal'.dtto\ < Chrlstmai door priz WM won Dr. Luis Peres. Sanford, givinga from one of the judges. Chuck McCarthy Zeral Mallard left, who also served as I WM not required from all men of good will are both -. hU.U. aonrbk fair i4 heed
by Mrs. Madeline Henderson. slide Illustrated talk on first Judge, ts shown holding a beautiful door w reach made by Mrs Cronninger, On the I higher In the Catholic .and, needed'* help
Election of officers was held Installation aid treatment la Heart Attack: right is Mrs Lucille Pennington, instruc tor for both ctase This unuaual wreath of Archbiahop Davis -- Kr M .a..M....._.I*. 11
're all tone
will be at the next This talk Is one of the series of deep purple hangs on the front door of th a Cronninger home on Whitewood Drive Installed sa the ninth MM-pMl, to*. Ne 11arM nkt.| a*
meeting. heart affliction lectures: being for anyone of you who would like to see It. of Santa K* MI leb. 2S. P.1t.Au. 44f .....of fl hiss MM*
It wa agreed that two monthly given by Dr. Peres ai a contribution ___un__ __ previously WM
meetings will be held at the la the continuing effort KE3IEMDERn San Juaa, Puerto Rico. (
Community Center, tilt third to to acquaint: the public with Mix Membara of the New @OOIJALKIIt ETOKERD
b* at a local: restaurant advanced: heart Information. All University Regents non n am council are the" '
On Jan. 29 there will be a wives of member are Invited QftKtN rttt DM* ii lee u Church USA the I OiriUKt r
social meeting In Maltland. the and urged to attend these lecture due/ Church of AnwrlM. the .. Wts, rk... IHSI 1t
exact location to be announced *. The aub also extend an s
later. invitation to any others interested
The Morrow family will b* to attend. Refreshmentswill Compromise "i
b* available to all ,

Deadline Set 1 I I !

LOS ANGELES (AP) The area of polities activity On this : I -;
University of California board the regent disagreed saying End Kitchtn Drudgery
For Event InOrange tt regent mixed compromise TlUmat authority for student
with ftrmneai Friday la duripUn! within th* university.
attempting to bring peace to Is constittttionally weed la th*
til* Berkeley campu regent, and I II act subject to
CityORANGE The board meeting la toe aegottotlon
Aagelei assured leader of a "A horrendou idlon! re.ponded I
OMEGA free speech movement that Maria Ssvlo a eluded Ir
: Cmr- Chamber of there wont be any restriction lelder' ;IIr I
Commerce president I WHUarnOWnger _toyond constitutional ate -
', reminded resident of on what (cause students caaadvocat TftiGIO Dr
th. Oraag City area of that tomorrow on campus. But the "This U a trgl day In the
night is the deadline tor regent also warned they will history of the UnlveraHy of call .
entering the annual Chrlstma tak "n cwwary *t p*" to pr- forala" add Stephan WsUo
lighting contest sponsored by the nerve )law and order man who appeared with Savto \J
Chamber. This year's copies. It was the oo-cmpu* campaigning at a new confercaco *t Berkeley .
limited to bom**, OtUngersaid. ,
are for otf-campu cause after th* regents' sables ,
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that embroiled the university: w.* announced. '
'$69.50Delluy' A* entry tee of tt 1* required. Berkeley campus la a tires.manta > The regents 44 obese to review I ': This. Christmas With Ai
from. Cub prim of BO for first; ttt gproar over political Mtfvmlty policies "*Hk i
for second; and SS for third will the blest of providing maximum .
be awarded foBowlpg tilt official I1wpNTtt: BBMTLK freedom o* campus," but
Judging WedMtday Bight Student cpokesmen brislM at said rsMlng rob hell b* firmly
jewelers Resident may eater tb* cm- the regent avowal that they enforced pending eompUOon of I DISHWASHERPORTABLE
test by registering! at the Cham, wen bns*-and overlooked tilt the 1IC1Id1. ,1:1': I !
111 Ninth .....,d her of Coramcrc office. JO N. conciliatory upset of tile mage. **- On Dee. .. noose that MO
"' ... 734-1137 VoluaiaAv*. IT. S. 17 M), or by deewnetnlan were arrested
caning 773-810. But faculty apoketmen. who ** ,
during a protest set la -
had previously sided with th* UlMtemeaaor ate .
student campaigner. Mid pending against thane arrested .
Christmas Specials! "progrsM bar ben made" larUbUthleg -ladudlD, WO studrtfi sod M
I peace oa th* di*> loathing assuiaato. After th*
This Christmas Civ Him, cord-plagued Bsrtelcy amen. rt**<*' meeting Frtdsy, dark I
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Deserve Punishment*., r" t ; ',. .*', What Made History I

The "warped-mind" get apparently h orfth kd tt Li ,

loose again. : \

_. We have received: se\e.rl. :reports in recent ttr ? Sj) Thi .i....&UU4 Fran dy. youflgwt son of the famous University, M the universityhad
He forbad
At Jut, the Civil Act of auflend back InJl11'waJune charged. release
days of thejti $In cemeteries both in DeLand and Right family, In of the $4 milJl n'rnovlt
1364<< 19 to a plan trash
" ;, passed by Congress in con-
Orange City ,t,' which one of his aides and the and enjoined further sales of the
the t troveny and beat, reached the VoiD recently novel on which It waa based
,Some small people are operating uuligeJ pilot were killed. .
,, Supreme Court, had been trussed In a Twentieth Century Fox, readyto
impression that' it is "more Blessed$ to Kennedy
mistaken tt The nJn. Justices had before special frame bed while a badly open the movie nationally in

, take than to ,Iv./' them A key action the heart crushed vertebra mended hundreds of theaters announcedan

Official ft Detana} Oakdale Cemetery r*- of the legislation outlawing BODGES QUITS immediate appeal. What had

ported that several! plants thruSs Iffd tpecifle segregation and retail of new President cabinet Johnson mad Luther his scene infuriated showing Notre Its Dame famous wu football a.
first appointment
Christmas decorations have been removed from' Ice la hotels, motets reitau- H. Hodges, rearing\ 6T, resigned team bemused by harem
rant, gasoline atations and and drink on the eve of
|ravs. 4. : a* secretary of commerce girls a
.yr places ft amusement.
Hollywood Cemetery in Orange City is auf- 1 Its the is and in his place the game.
: provision
:. I Ir President named John T. Connor QUOTE OF WEEK
fering from the same type of perverted Individual constitutional the vote: '-0. 90 president! of Merck "Yet our souls have been
Civil right leaders halted the tried in the cold and bitter Val
Co., a New Jersey drug firm.
vises Verdict, laying It vindicated the himself ley Forge of the Deep South
who describe
Officials there that many have
report efforts of thousands of Negroesand
black and white
"a liberal businessman. I II and, together,
been stolen and that at one grave, the cut flowers "rA"t white who supported the a as Democrat and one of the we have met the test." -

were removed from the vase stuck jn the public accommodation struggle founders of the National Independent Martin Luther King.

and the carried off. .. + throughout the South. Committee for Johnson- "Peace la Indlvtolble, and nu
ground vase was
: E: In Atlanta, Moreton RoDecton clear war ls even still more so."

At another grave, a brownstone crock which Jr., one of three men who started Humphrey.After due consideration, Justice Prime Minister, Harold. WO-

had been at the grave for more than .30 years the Heart of Atlanta Motel Henry day Greenberg of son
said "thU to
a sad day for thecause
Court "There comes rebellion, and
Vm stolen. ". of Individual freedom"Th New York State Supreme
have attacked DELANO'S EX-POLICE CHIEF SOON TO BE VIET HAM motel and ruled that the movie "John afterward! new Cubes win
The thieves even growing pf Mile's Barbecue Home" Ernesto (Che) Cu*.
Please Come emerge.
Kenneth Cox points to destination a one-atory cafe In a Negro areaof
plants and bushes. Rode: bushes azaleas and a was an affront to Notre DameIT7AS1INCTON Vir,.
Birmingham were the prtnclf
variety of other shrubs and bushes have been
pals In the canes on which the
and removed from the Supreme Court tiled
dug up cemetery. .. .:_ Olll )It.
Orange City officials also report that the holly Clung the barbecue owner, laid MERRY.CO-ROUMJ
... .: : ; '. -.:. =-a. ." t { he would comely with: the law.
trees in the cemetery have become a target for 'i. la an accompanying decision

thieves-! .- particularly at this time of year. Many Ex-Police ClliefWiIl1'l'aill: the court ruWd"J to 4 that the
r branches. 'hav* been cut, apparently by those who ; T .. act had wiped out pending ..t.t.ProleCUtIona Strong Friendship Viewed
1 < f against those who
It are too cheap }o purchase Christmas decorations '. hf d
tried peacefully to IntegrateMtablshhegto

a P Officials at" both cemeteries plan to take Safety Forces Li Vict Nam i i Villages ) now covered by

steps harsh step to eliminate these acts the law. Till wa Interpreted\
mean that nearly all of the Between McNamara LB J
of desecration. They have reminded everyonethat some3000 personso chargedwill ,

persons caught unlawfully removing articles now f rre*. '
from will be to the By BERNARD: BRHOP Villagers are equipped 14 NATO TALKStaLed"Niwrneee
the cemeteries prosecuted Paddle.Sr
Sue New Start Writer fend off raids and are. loathe to/:'. : :((.11.LED TO DITT; :JfATO minister
fullest extent of the law which,, we say, they Ifl a few abort months, a quiet reveal guerrilla activities to.. .. :"< H.war Ucuaiged IB "Kti but : M>t bomb and By DREW PEARSON Senate Committee has a, conflict

so richly deserve. Irian.bora cop from DeLand will government forces for fear ,their :"called to'.ctin duty la 1950 and peace* Ltttlederision WASHINGTON Secretary of 'of Interest by being members
be helping to establish public loved ones will be killed. t Served intll 1953. "* wa apparent Defense Robert McNamara has of the armed services:
: ;f. + safety forces In the back vll- Cox's task will be to help setup -In 1956. Cox moved to Florida Wubln; but oh ,lob return to now kicked the three most sac John Stennis, Miss., Henry Jackson

.: lag s of South Viet Nara. strong security forces In vfllages from Baltimore Md. and joined Dean orSf'crft.'Y o( State red military cows of CongressIn Wash. Strom Thurmond,
Kenneth Cox 40-year-old outtolfiff capable of dealing with the DeLaud police fore a* a HUlk reported that "ther the tendered part of their S.C? Howard Cannon, Nev. Dan
Too Fast' Speed chief of the city's police the assaults patrolman. In 19M lie resigned WM a ;gpneril) frellnst that the anatomy, Inouyc, Hawaii-all .Democrats;
force, has accepted a position The tan smiling cop .Is well to attend Stetson University alliance JIll never" been to safe First, be abolished surplus and Margaret Chase Smith Me.,

,- as public safety advisor with the qualified to trathe Viet Where ,h* majored In math- or ao proBDcrmw' military and naval bases, always and Coldwater, Ariz., *
U, S. Stale Dept nacre He spent 30 months in IDS tics. Secretary of Defenw RobertS dear to a Congressman'sheart ..
It is not that is the
mere speed major cause Cox whose McNamara give the minister the This Is personnelon
; resignation from: the Pacific during World War nand When DeLind's chief of police whether they benefit why military
of accidents on the nation's highways; it is speed the local force Is effective Jan, was an Instructor of combat resigned In 10, Cox was appointed an awesome picture of nation or not. the whole get a better break

too fast for conditions. 1, obtained passports for VietNam marines during the Korean con to succeed him. American atomic might dedicated Second, he abolished the reserves than civlllaa personnel. Military
last week He'O report to Did(. FAMILY IJSTKnCox's to the defense of Europe. thereby taking the polish personnel stationed In the
That Is the contention of Dr John E. Baer- Washington, D.C. Jan. 4 to begin MARINE RESLRVE family-wife, Margaret, Nuclear weapons In Germany off 84 Congressman's stars and tropics for Instance can takea

wald, professor of traffic engineering and direc about six week's training with Cox Is a major In the U S. and children Muriel, 18, Kenneth .lol1e. h. said had 9000 times eagles; simultaneously h* abolished trip to northern Europe one

tor of the Highway Traffic Center at the University the Agency for International Development Marine Corps Reserve. Ha Jr., 17, Kathleen 3n. and the power of the Hiroshima Indiscriminate junketing a year with their families for a
AID). regularly attended two-week's Nancy, 2'S will stay on la bomb. "At the service of by Congressmen unless his own change of climate But State
of Illinois. He asserts that while we are' Hla Job In war.torn Viet Nam training each year during his DeLand until the school term NATO h. laid were more office approves the Junket.All Department personnel living In

building 300-horsepower superhighways we still will be to assist In establishing tenure as police chief at DeLand. ends. Muriel will be graduated tan' 800 intercontinental balll this la a three,wsy Invitation the same tropical or semitropical .

tolerate horse-and-buggy speed regulations. police and safety forces In out. Cox cam to the United States from DeLand High School. tic missile more than 300 Po- to Congress to try to knock areas can't do this
of.way rural villages as a deter from his birthplace, Dublin Dut everything I II arranged forth tarts missiles and hundreds of the Secretary of Defense out of And U the State Department
Speed laws are set by state legislative bodies rent to raid by the Communist- Ireland, when ha was 2H years family to Join Cox in VietNam bombers with! nuclear\ capacity his job.-
and Officials/ who,be says, are not' usually competent Viet Cons guerrillas old. His mother, who accompanied later It Waa disclosed that 'atomiccharge less able man than McNamara "Calnpall't' 'lor'lt. appropriations
Of XRB1LLA ACTION him, decided en the move" In announcing his resignation had been would not take the rlik. ss the military lobby.
for this job. Only qualified traffic engineers, Balds by the Viet I Cong have after Cox's father died In Persia from tilt local police force Cox acroM, Western Europe to planted. Furthermore> less courageous ists. It would be the subject) of
after a thorough study of a given situation or hampered South Viet Nam's where h* wu assistant managerof aid h* hated to leave DeLandbut road, bridge tad President than Lyndon Johnson vigorous criticism from .

condition, should be allowed to establish or revise troops la, combating. the Com the Anglo.Persian oil fields. that ,the, opportunity and lain. pane. moun- would not support so determined Harry Byrd. D-Va, a member
munists. To guerrillas swoop Young Cox grew up In Charleston challenge of his new position UV TALKS and politically daring of the Senate .iArmed Services
speed limits.Reasoaable into otherwise peaceful back W. Va. and enlisted In the were loo great to pass op. There also a Secretary of Defense. But a Committee: or -Rep.John Roo-

''scientifically> : established limits, country communities, steal sup Marines in December 1943. He Fred O. Folsom veteran of at the United wa Nation talk, .talk Debate talk strange friendship has grown up ney, D-N,V.; who sits on the
piles and press male villagers saw combat In various Island 12 years on the police force between these State Department Appropriates
Baerwald believes will driven rather droned
satisfy into military service. campaigns la the Southwest succeeded Cox as chief on all week about the two men Subcommittee

than frustrate them as. arbitrary limlti now tendto white Congo rescue from rebel of hundred of one a Democratic Byrd even count the press

do. The result will be to encourage motorists Some African leaden tribesmen.railed politician releases Issued by the State Department

to drive at or near: the: same speed, minimize CRACKER POLITICS Pige 4 tELANG (FLORIDA) KM KW ,,itIDAI,DEG II, 1W aialnst the West and against the from other Texts a .t whether It is each spending\year to see tG

maneuvering and passing and thus rnaka the -. Mota Tshombe. president of the Republican corporation promote Itself ", money
Congo who had approved the \ executive Most
highways safer.Lady Important-result of the
rescue mls lon. The Russians who wants mUUarjH lobby, however has
0- Fourth Session As Chairman Forecast Joined the verbal attacks to go back and been the steady* drumbeat of
against the United State A live In Boston. Congressional vote for mon

t., few African countries supported Johnson I a money than the President and\
the reicue effort. coastiatlybragging the Defense
rr.uuoN: Department.want
IylwA1L A 1' s United State Ambawidor' aboutMcNamara This has been tb
true during *
,For DeLand Lawyer James H. Sweeny Adlal E. Stevenson declared; to his friends tells Truman Elsenhower' a aI\

"We have no apologies to make them he Is the most llbend Kennedy Johnson administrations

Is III la '. \ w. are proud of our part In member of the Cabinet. It'. It's completely bipartisan.
caving human lives Imperiled obvious that the President not Congressman are especially

By ALLEN: MORRLIIAU.AiIA3SEE. ? received some counsel" from Blue Key, Halt of Fame, student by the civil war In the Congo. only has great confidence la his faithful In voting higher funds

-, House Bronson. "11 you want to leant executive council and ajsoclat The debate seemed likely\ tt'OIltInue Secretary of Defense, but would for themselves as reservists

But Where? 1 Speakar-dnrifnatc' E. C. Rowan about Stat government, get on editor of the 'T' book: He has into next week, probe. be crushed If the No. 1 Republican IKE* REBVKB
.la bee-bwy nowadays at a task the Appropriation Committee," carried those same ,talents forgetting blv) to end la a mild resolution In this Democratic administration During four straight yean

UItWL many regard as the moat significant Griffin now uya that waa tilt things done Into the cutting for aa Investlgatlon. were to .leave.D.tNGEROUI under Eisenhower, he asked for

TAN IGItIN of any speaker's duties bent advice h* ever got about Legislature yet h* never has Meantime. the Vatican : LOBBY a tau per cent cut la reserve
eonalderlag committee, assign.mcnta lawmaklng. "for serving on Appropriation seemed U car about courting estimated! hat 320 missionaries. the When. McNamara abolished strength. Ike had been Chief of
\ brings you into popularity. Catholic and Protestant were. reserve and stepped on the Stall also commander in Eu

BEAU: ABBTt My husband died In 1951 and be left ,&a bowerful art Rouse committees touch with every segment of the NEGATIVE: : rOBCB: still .la rebel hand, "nope of reservists In Congress, he reallygutted rope presumably knew something
In excess of 9700,000 and I waa cheated out of every \ that what Speaker Ro- government." saving then were very thin," a machine which the about military needs.
Committees la' the Florida
dims of It. Non of the lawyers In thl town will touch weD doe In the appointment of Fin aace *. said the Vatican radio. public doesn't know about but But each year, from 1958.1961
my case with a tea.foot poi. My husband bad ,liver, these. will determine very( materially Taxi t lea House exert la particular PEOPLE MAKE: NEWS"With which has come to hive tncrt'.. the military I lobby In Congress
If bin
trouble. H. was operated oo for it. and his doctor told the basic nature of tilt RepresentativeJamnaswee strong alOaUv101ft.. a professional calm andskin. log power on Capitol HUL overrode bun 16 fiscal 1931: h*

me himself that the operation was successful but in Sloe 'IS session. lit has total latitude reported favorably the general Or., Michael DeBaiey re- One hundred and three yearfago asked for Army reserve of

days my husband bad dead! ire to pay th* bill la making his. choice, not being ny Jr.' 'a De- membership may mold its pro moved about Jour Inches of tiltpetWat' the,Senate thel'OVl'l'1IOI' of Kansas and 270,000 men*,Congress voted him
vlirtoss to e majority's thinking set a '
lied to When husband a welt 300,000. II'
because that doctor my main abdominal kepi on overriding his
bound by any rule or custom to Land lawyer. ashery
But founded !. the
wits was tead I wa cut out of It except for a few dollarsI give weight to seniority, This would be through floor amendment replaced It with: Dacron Constitution, that requests each year until he left
gegraphy. a member of
be don Congress could -
usually can
tried nothing notII'I''e
was supposed to live oa. When I protested, they tubing and office
completed the
member sweeny'ifounh
or preference
to that I was craiy. They are still trying to prove about a bill killed la committee. GpfToaUoa la the military reserves la 1958 when the military
prove The House has half hundredeommtttMs II IT mlnvte. The
a consecu t I V surgerywa On July 4.
1861 Sea
It. His sitters got everything. THEY are the crazy ones., On: Arithmetic alone.. Spe.ktrRoweU' not unusual the James H, congress flexed Its
but three of these. session u : patent Lane of Kansas yba
i 1' took hi
cruyt Caa help me get out of heret' chore IS a dUHcult on*. seat in by billlos
Mosey :you was th* Dun of voting one
*e iaa after session touch the chairman( of Finance Windsor once Congress, having
CHEATED: till this time, dollars
Each member excluding 'more this Eisenhowerrequested
pocketbooks and well.being of Taxa- King Edward VIII of Brltaia. been appointed .
a brigadier
DEAR CHEATEDi Where'er: j.iT MOaau th* Speaker) servos on 70 general be Issued this stern
now and
the men women lid children of tlon. which These suffering from aa In the volunteers, corresponding rebuke
six to eight committee'
been tills start perhaps more thaw all must be a Florida record arterial blister the sine of a to the reserve.
DEAR ABBYt 1 have going with thla boy for rang alphabetically in subject The Congresa ht addition te.pproprtatJaa
two years and we recently became engaged. lit suddenlywas Uu others combined Sweeny baa a penchant for matter from Agriculture te' anal] ,natebupe The scene The governor ot Kaaaaa'the- ever C billloi
THREE COMMITTEES: blunt speech, backed with wa* Methodtot Hospital .la Hou upon declared his Senile "Mat
notified that he las an opportunity to go to West up an Workmen's CompenuUon. aa<4 more thas/I considered Deer
Point I knew lie always wanted a military career but X These' three committee are: ability to get result by being vary te 1I1IlnW at th* speaker's tc.; Ttx, and the day wu vacant Committee and tilt Senate Judi .lazy for our security has placed

never thought b.'d get aa appointment to W... Point. Appropriations which distribute writ prepared. His legislative pleasure from 81 to M.Th Wednesday By Friday the duke upheld mandatory minimum strength
If h. goes tt means we can't get married for four years. In* public's money' ; 'Finance A. experience makes It likely that walked tram hi* bed to a chair. this ruling: oar lilt, metrecomponents of
I plea to n to rouge, and the thought of my sitting .lathe 'Taxation which finds the dollars Sweeny know more about Flo. committee are grouped He asked for a cigarette, but -la the optnloa of the com- the Army, This to aa action
dorm tot four years does not appeal to me. I love and Ralea It Calendar, rldas complex: tax laws than In eight categories. to that BO was refuted. At his aid waa the mitt,.. the fflc* of brigadiar which ertonsly disturbs me and

him Abby. but I doa't know whether to let him accept which regulate the Dow of proposed anyone else.Getting member to appointed to two Ductma of Windsor far love of Is general ands the United State *hich represents aa unprecedented

this app anent or sot. I am It and h* to 20. This to ItftetAtloa to the chamb legUlalor to Impose commuter rtfulariy scheduled whom lit had abdicated the Incompatible Will that of departure from put
quit a shock to m* as It waist .In our plan I would er'* floor for action by th* taxes which may cause their de fur the MO hour of'ftM'tt14,. "tItnIat fa SIl*. either House of Congress By ,policy"

like some advice about do genera asmbec.i4y I. feat II a ticklish, tough Job But aihfemeHc to only on* True to tto. promise lies Edward accepting the office of brigadier And h* went on at some

LIPSVtDEAR "I am a'Ceea cV51V*,* Speakr which mint be don. U the Stat element' ''' Of RoweU'S jl saw M.; aedv walked set .f Mr.general Las.the. .nmg """member J". igth to (p.,* the military

ITHETr U ,.. really. l lev** aim, yoa'd M Rowalt .has aaJd. .tam. sad government I It to milt the rev. pualt. :_ New England Baptist, Hospital *at< U the vuftuHy mtpMd his. Haded Coagr***.
..., ".." Mm.. cff> It* appehiline. yea'weserage o.,1. Io"but I want ;to provide sue commitment voted by tilt Mart HMM member and before ChrMmas; On Weds** Senate and It became S Well before. Elsenhower. KM

..... kaevtaf lad ho always waaStd M Army cnor.Yosr what ta I State actual$r needs." lame lawmaker, yet Jim Sweeny same ofta4r( coMUtuents its day be boarded a plan and flew She vacant at that time. .. Military lobby had tangled with
fillet issuers oaema to So the snkapoy proud otVStlag Rowel aaaat laid ae yet. but has performed) so masterfully coavuteed that efftrUveiMM aad te palm Beech rte spend lilt dent many yearn thIa peer.. Tnonan hi 1350 by putting up
la tko furor far tour yearn" A career ....'. knowing his philosophy and the thai his' tl colleague voted. 1gldaMve Stature depend upoa holiday will ku. Lm1>y. Kea- area were Membl'n 01 Cot- *813,000.000 more ''thaa Tramaa
wO seed mute adenUiMUng thaa yea aaear to lit... of talent, these him "moat effective In the nature and somber of convtntdee set tempted by'I1lnfntr .Wanted for the 'Ifrptwp' Air
Loral .with him. Lad ash him' to level .will, J'". I thlakea .availability JIIW'tI&IoU mine and com- .........u. This .In ; military eommlssioa ape."Truman ordered tilt meaty
chalrmanahlps wU the people ot VoKuna 18).1(tl, Mtfl after ,
> eoald. soh. r.*>tUJ *. hauler .. .*. t1* .* ****** go tbS, way: may county have elected sad reelected part explain* why there an eo .f theyinfiltrapKaoa World gradual War I WItt'I' Impounded- '

partoers.. I" him for alee many committees. mlBUry. Duriaf Us Jut sour yeas
\ s, s Appropriation Representative terms, ItsSee. p. Jut, =
J 'J. CI1fb.! Jr.. of St. eight times without. Democratic Each reeresenUtive'kaa beet u- i sj. _..."' .. a" World War n this JafSSttoiult Congrw voted* $1 hOUoa a yellcoo
DEAR AftKi I just found out that girl, fried e ,Hum for
my asked to five Speaker RowoO a Ceased JM requested
opposition =wuNjt i.1 at
Oo. lasuraaeamaa, bank dlnew. ::= a bsnenbetapp.
kept a diary of our dates and sk* wrote a bullet ot sAtftla PUaMiUey millary -
U4 leaa vice Rules *. Calendar Hit of ate eomminee pWsneelies .......vtD.L.L .. son.fes.slnY 114 the military Md other
It that ksvpmed. It was all ot her tmatHer savings lUpre- g '
never out Ms eammHtee neferearoa tt hardware f* fueal Uti%. \I
.... mother read it and sw she refuse to let ,trMklwt. GriffiB .. ptaaaaat II'ltlcM'U1Ian\ C. 0'Nero. posonV of eoastateat' with theSpeaha'a tf:.. -.t M tw.Irel aIiMou Lbagrewsnt! wits tat J'ftfteoD' did the same for the Brat M*

'ma din her. Ably, we sever dl411)'t1111 wroag- VtlutOf Alt,spikes biwl4gabl geatlequu Ocala lawyer tout elected to tilt .... to to*Vtine hSands. .. ous.. q s... htIenJtiH the entketarn W wmare budget'MeKauisan ar-
J cSt .. ;. "I who ha hug a member; Hou*. u DM tMIN b.'i IIIedPI IrtaI1mPtl
eM ] t t. : Ms-dartre to preside. := : K raid that the Air Force dldat
:... app off'
.. ,i NOT49 Tf' at the eJssH&Htte en A r prta0Mat a big Idle .to RowlTi sroooth-rnaalag Bouse.aad "_ .. .... ... hrauh' -wnpum. Each reed tile a-w bat'the military
KW CtAWl Pradalm. JeW Yresarua ... | Ca'w.a' partsataftMnv ot tilt said for the ckalrmanahitt over a of aearlr evary 1': ,,1- F Ar p, Kas% Air Labs? voted SI MOM for I any
.. ,SMltH ...... jvt. Aad sat Mate yet bears Be aaa ba duarruuM <* lass committee which so US. .problem... to be appointed :i.\:". i rr w?: Lag take cup &ta n loaf' "'1. -. .
....Sod to a girt wto gone fes hr roaMvo mIN.z sad vice ckaknnaa twice. often has the teat word" M whatother {TSTor ag ot the bit three =.:,, & ...... armed Sad fa the posi..f UM mfflnr -
'iii 00* M ...... ottMa UM lose diary tor her rhea I Ortflta waa about .to committees have dot*. snore. --.. ;"1:,... 'See eemr.. IobbrIau {" Capftol HID a
: .1., com ..p to Legialarare aaC Bin o-Nin wa a big. mat M of eaavmhte.e.attn. ae tIsw 0.. .... ... .' to long awry petlNarty bt mat. kjr comprWd of rwenre eltor .
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Ti tarreiiIITh.. bloas' Iri Broaao. who. bad : ot ;. =- : .. ,....., .*. ... .
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II. fife frotW eoaM hate haea Mired wins M was aaaal. bM elected to the Sisals, he Partite duty ta World War H: want rally Ia s laa9umcted takes -- .... manbtn: thte.r 01 tU, ftN accwmta aadaott t'e

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Garden Chub Circle Meets\ \ I .

DELTONA The Garden from red ribbon and various A1i
Circle of the DeLand Garden table arrangement from material .l
Club held It* monthly meeting member had _

Wednesday morning at the Community Each member also .
pretty corsage a* a furnlshed'j
Center.Mrs Mix Dede. '.:.i. f; TEENAGE CHRISTMAS DANCE At the Deltona Teen Age Christmas dance
Jackson ,
and her table WM hasten Those present J'o last: Friday night held at the Community C enter on the shores of Lake Monroe, 52
decorated with Helen Blschof.: Mrs. Roscoe $ members and 19 guests enjoyed an evening of fellowship and dancing. In the above
a large Avery Mr John Jurane Mr.
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wreath and candle holders ihe Calvin Detrick. Mr*. Whitman picture are the officers of the club left to right, top row are Mary Lou McCarthy;
made with fruit and nuu. Hopton, Mr*. Herbert Wlllman.Mr .t. ,,- AI Linda Shook Sandy Tucker, vice preside; and Linda Monahsn secretary Front
Following refreshment, Mae *. dare Sonqulnt.: Mr*. Edwin row Gary Klempke; Rusty Lszuka, president; Leonard folen, and Leo Monahan,
Lucille Dede, of Braddock'i AUbrlght, Mrs. Chubs PIONEER CLUB PARTY The Pioneer Club of Delton held Its carry-in treasurer.
Flower Shop in DeBary, dry Schoenlaub Mrs Ov 100 attended, and ---
; Norman Wagner Christmas dinner on Monday evening. er enjoyed a pantoipune -
played Chrlatma arrangmenti ; Mr*. John VUse<'k; Mr*. by members of the drama club. It wa entitled "Seven Gifts of Christmas." In the

and showing conducted how to make a polniettiM workshop, Jackson.Charles Bolles and Mr. Guy above scene are Mrs. Harry Powell, Rob n Ann" *Mark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Catholic Group} To Join To SolveYour

Robert Mark, and Mr. Howard Soar. -ya"e Hair Problems
'DeltonaPersonals' away for the holiday If all tots
I well, we will be In Canton. Ohio -t<. trust
by the time this is in print. 1
; Protestant
I Many of you will have new Organization
Item for the paper during my tnn
absence, and I want you to know ,!
DELTONA-A belated "Happy I that either paper will be glad "
Birthday" to Miss Lucille Cede to accept an item of new you SANTA FC, N.M. UPI -The Ut Church the Dlsdple of
Whitewood Drive. Lucille 1 II a care to give them. Please feel Roman CathoUe Arebdlooes* of Christ Christian Church, the ,' a C
native New Yorker, but living free to can the DeLand Sun I Santa Ft will become a member I United Church of Christ (Con. S
here In Deltona with her aunt New 7343661; or the Enter of She New Merico ,Council of gwgatlonalkdthe Episcopal: ,
and uncle. You can find her prise. 668J843. Church, ,u, organization\ of Church and th* Evangelical. h
anytime during the day busy I wish you n very Merry seven ProteUnt denominations United Brethren '
with flower arrangement *t a Christina and Happy New Year, ,JI Four basic pilnclple! I led to A"et
DeBary florist hop. and will be looking forward to Ael tip, Tha move WM announced Friday the union of the group th* two I
Mr. and Mr. Frank Beans and seeing all of you after Jan. 4.Mr A I In a Joint statement by leaden ,aid.
on Frank Jr. of Whitewood *. John Vllseck entertained. Archbishop James Peter Davli That unity but not uniformity
Drive left for Connecticut lt with two table of bridge at a j .
r. and the Rev Harry Sumnu''t'uU'e will M recognised in an ef
Tuesday to attend the funeral luncheon last Friday. Her CUM w a
aaroury of the council. tort to reach, an Ideal of "unityIn
list included Mrs. Norman Wagner
service of her grandfather Mr. They called it "a cause of essentials. difference U everything
Mr Belts Mr Mc-
Seira returned Sunday, and ; Logan ; "
Janettt will return till weekend. dain Post; Mrs. Harold Swank; great expectations. for everyman else
Mr*. Raymond Delahaney wa Mn. John Holllster; Mr*. ,A. F. of good will." rOfat REASONS
admitted to Orlando Air Fore Timberlake. and Mr*. Irvin Ohl- rowT TO JOIN That atrengttt will be given" to
Bat Hospital for surgery man Archbishop Devil said that a* certain principles and doctrine
far at he know, his diocese, which church must communlcate tKCal.
from the
were Released Mr. Leo Brinkman hospital and Hi-12 ClubCancels which coven all New Mexico lathe to the contemporary work!.
Jo Morrow. first to Join a council of That unwarranted dupltca rid .1 4.11. laded Ialr
Molly n churches thins especially In ocll poll. ...
Mr. Blanch Miller 141 Chippendale MeetDELTONA The Rev, Mr. Summer said till, will be mad unnecessary, aril eorlw) Ut mtarM the Mes4
ban returned to Ddtona Individual Catholic churches In And that the "1"1'1 of our tt Unwe MM sad wwhe
after a long absent due to the .... few cities have Lord Jesus ChrUt will be evidenced s4 le way SBMIMM* 4nnt
a Joined
Illness and death of her sister la-, Duo to the holiday this BUM Ms*ha strMhs
by action, per
Ha cited TuUa, OAIe.
law In Bridgeport, Com. season the regular meetingof EMBROIDERY CLASS PRIZE Ma ny ladies in Deltona have enjoyed working : II an examplesArchbishop They also said the move represents pry sad Mate sneaks am*
The Welcome Wagon member the High.Twelve dub of Del in the Decorational Craft class the last two months, which was conducted by Mrs. DavU old It was as act "*ol fraternal unity to AMSPMT M pain klr takss
enjoyed a luncheon at a tons scheduled for Dee. 21 hat Lucille Pcnnington. At a Christmas displa y of all articles made by both the Craft "an Individual declalon" and hi.lerra'.ry for which the prayers, the w a tmk,ywug l L.k
local restaurant this put week. been canceled. TIll next meeting Caslgiau der, WtnU Mr
C is shown and the
and Liquid Embroidery class MrMary ronninger receiving second added that support understandingof
prcfrom approvalwra
Fifty were present, and the will be held on Jan. 13 with w ell. swrish sad (add
Christina door prize wa won Dr. Lull Pern, Sanford, giving one of the Judges;, Chuck McCarthy. Zeral Mallard, left who also served as not required' from otnrial all men of good will are bolt belp tat* h.e kairM
by Mr*. Madeline Henderson. a slide Illustrated talk on first Judge is shown holding a beautiful door w reath made by Mrs. Cronninger On the higher In the Catholic Church a hed and needHL"Ill 3wv a daage.| +H It
Election of officer wa held initaUatioK aid treatment !In Heart Attack right U Mrs. Lucille Pennlngton, Inatruc tar for both classes. This unusual wreath of Archbishop Davis, 110, wa wMd.s 1w'n all rlsw.h. geow
will ba at the next This talk ta one of the series of deep purple hangs on the front door of the Cronninger ,home on Whitewood Drive Installed a* the ninth archbishop nf. KM. NtMMa mb..a, as
meeting. heart affliction lecture being! for anyone of you who would like to see it. of Santa F* on Feb 2S, 194. ... PALK3R .,antlm.U nine(MM*
It wa agreed that two monthly given by Dr. Fern a* a contribution previously wa archbishop of
meetings will be held at the In the continuing effort REMEMBER; : : San Juan Puerto Rloo.Membera .
Community Center the third to to acquaint the public with I ICompl'omisc I of tt. New Menlr \ fCKERD
be at a local restaurant. advanced hurt Information. All University Regents Mix n It nors IT BEST I council are the FrMbytertaaChurch e .
On Jan. 29 there win be a wives of member ar invited OBECN rtEL DM U re Lea USA., the Lutheran I R, ryas_ Plans 8944115
social meeting in Maltland the and urged to attend these lecture lade) Church of Anw rlca. the MethooV I fI
exact location to be announced *. The dub also extends an
later. invitation to any other Inter.eased "
The Morrow family will b* to attend. Refreshment Firmness ;
will be available to alL !

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LOS ANGELES/ (UP The area of political activity,'On this I End
University of California board the regent disagreed saying Kitchtn Drudgery
of regent mixed compromise "Ultimate authority lor student
For Event InOrangc with firmiMM Friday in discipline'within tIN unlwnltyi

attempting to bring peace to consOtntionaDy vested in led
the Berkeley campus. regent and 1 II Jot subject, toegotUtlM.
I City 'The board, meeting la 'I.os I ."
Angeles sound leaden of a "A hnrrendoua adios" rep;
free speech movement that ponded Mario Savlo, a
O/aGA ORANGK Cmr- Chamber of there won't be any restriction I >..&., student i f
Commerce president, William beyond constitutional one :
Otttnger reminded resident of on whit cause student CM TR.IG10 D4 T'
the Orange Qty area of that to advocate on rampui But the 'This 1* a tragic dAy In tilt
morrow night i* the deadline for regatta also warned they will history of till Univeralty of Calf;
entering the usual Christmas take "aecwsary steps" to preserve forala" said Stephan/ Wei**' I
lighting contest sponsored by the law and order sun who appeared with Salve
Chamber. This year entriea It wa' the on-campu ,campaigning at a new eonfertaco at Beria-
are limited to horn**. Ottingeraaid. for ott-eampua cause lay after till regents' action *

., that embroiled the aalverattya wa* announced. This Christmas With A ,
An entry fen *f tl 1 is required. Berkeley rumpus U a threa- The regents W agree *. r- '
From. $6930DeHuy'a Cash prize of sao for flrst; M month vproar over political view Matvmlty policies naithho "
for second; and IS for third wa trMdonL talent of providing mad f
be awarded following the official riVDENTi BRHTLK' mum freedom oa campm" but
Judging Wedneedaypt.\ Student spokesmen bristled\ at aid odMiag rule win be firmly r
Jewelers Resident may eater the contort die regent avowal that they enforced pending\ completion of i. DISHWASHERPORTABLE ,
by registering at the dumber were IJoM.-ad ovHoofced the the atudy, <
12t Neeib Swll.verdPhee. of Commerce dee Ml N. conciliatory aspect of tilt me*. On two I. moro than MO
134.1331 Voted Avo.'(U. .. IT tt, or by age.. demonstrator were arreaMd
alert 79... who *' .
But faculty "poketnw* during a protest aH ta,
had previously sided with the Misdemeanor charge arepending :: WESTINGHOUSE ,
atudent campaigMr. said against those tested
Christmas Specials! rogre** has lIMa nvade" isre.stsblishing -llldudla, MO students and M
peace on th* ol- teaching a4tantt. After the

This CbiUimas Gin Him ... ... teed. paN d Berkeley campua.The regent meeting Friday, darkKerr
"' 'aade nlc senate I ,at preident II tile ..arMTtty. >
POWER TOOLS Berkeley-Hi* faculty grn p/ Md newsmen 0.1.. dtedpBaary < ,i 177
% oa there.-had advocate that ttatnoanti \ action was (<**adagalnat '..) ,
TOOLS ,be aCowad 'to ..... tto rl.amilin by M ..
plan\ any political caw ty iverHy.\ "!t'l vp to the
._ ,_.,, 24) claw oa eazn *s. I* lids ire mart.".ho aald. i
tetat* Friday agreed. I
CONRAD LUMBER CO.; The acdemte aeaat 'uw Toners an permitted to ;, P tux N. \
asked that ... facahbe *Jtnwod March tor diamond In tfco fro
Wart MltUtM. .. *r* Mr. ..* Pho 71444S4 to lake ever. aaadtsg- ofRM tar W DUmond at Main*** ,. i r Chaos Th Mod Taunt .k
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The undefeated DeLanl Bulldog Beach but It has been switched.
Hester exploded! for 24 points lath to the local gym.
fourth period her last night Eddie Quina paced the Bulldog
to defeat the battling New I scoring attack with 17 points
dlnnr Smyrna Beach Barracudas for while Cluck Early was right ea
Mftr Last night the Stetyoa their fourth straight win. of the his heels with 18 Two others
S,.m Editor versify Hitters pushed their ORLANDO (AP Larry 196465 season were also la double figures as

,. P10e t SUNDAY,DEC 20, I944 Stctlea a son record toft-j as they J Smith, versatile IM-pound halt Next action for the Bulldogs Ken Bradley and Paul Harris
a young and stubborn T.NI. back 'who scored' 2t touchdowns will be here on Tuesday.night each netted 13.
Wesleysn quintet, 9683. In : thla seanon 'for the Tampa Rob On the schedule the game calla Tommy Lawrence tallied Iffnr
National Guard Armory. Insflft Knights, has been named for It to be played at Cocoa the 'Cudaa David Toms went
Tomorrow night at S the state outstanding high 10-for-10 at the foul line to account
the Hatters will entertain school fnntball player of the year for an his points
BosoxDropClubSeattle College of Bristol Tenn, In by the Florid All Southern selection EighthVin i In the preliminary contest the
final contest before the 11011 committee, Bullpups dropped their tint
\ break. I The Florida players wen To Bonavcna game In three starts as the
Senior Bill Hester of named Saturday by sports editor Baby 'Cudaa took a 13-0 lead
water took scoring honors Bob Baastn of tin sponsoring and held en for a 43 42 win.
Out the I night as h* pumped Orlando Smtln*!. NEW TOW' (API Argentina George Goodelck hit 13 for the
S3 points with 11 field goals 4e Smith who 's Oscar :Bonavena Is only winners' and '.5 Bill Norman
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An Associated ,Press story of Friday night from a at the seven charity for'-seven line 01\ 'Bennett OF Contest TULSA' designated\ as the No. 1 player, eight atonal fights boxing deep career into his and profes' be'. added Buster 14.Jones had the hot hand
Seattle, Wash. announced that Edo Vanni other Flnridisna named on the I
had been given .Senior Bill dark ef already being compared to for the Bullpups as h* netted U
his outright release by the Boston Red Sox All Southern are Larry Rents, while Jim McGregor followed
fclm turned' In a good Rocky Marclano and the
Vanni managed the Seattle Rainier of the Pacific 143. Coral Gable quarterback; closely with 14. Other scorers
with six buckets from the comparison la mad by am."
Hess 195, Pensacola El-
Coast League last season and their spring training head. and 'eight! .tor-eight at the Bobby ramble halfback Ted Mend who knows for the locals were Greg Gerard
quarters were at Conrad Park. throw lineTalented. rick, MO. Hlalesh:end: and Jim Charley Goldman I who with eight and Louis Dolive
Red Sox officials in Boston were unavailable for comment freshman Defense Brown 195 Jacksonville Rlbault trained the undefeated former twit. PIS PT Told
yesterday on the move which dropped their top lenktns of LaGrange, Ky, Tough fullback heavyweight. champ, now train ...- / I
farm club. showed he Ia able i B na\nl. tAl
again an .._ 4 1
Sun News Sports Editor Gilmore made serve ,and is getting Last year Smith, then a Junior This. guy ,k a better boxer Lind Hndhy.. ......."..... I afl
an broke a precedent by being ........ e
effort to' contact the vice president of the organization with each contest a* h* i named aa a member of the Florida than Rocky was at the same .toffl ._._...... i J I,
in Boston button home 19 points with 14 of Jerry to tie the SCOT and then tunied stag of his career," Goldman'' ntrr.mb _._... eOquln1.
the chances all southern five which badbeen
Saturday proved unfavor- coming In the second half; I' to long passe far the 74 yard limited to seniors\ only In aid Friday night after Bona- ..:::=:::: I I I.'
able.One lie carried the Hats during I : gn-lllad touchdown drive la the vena had scored hla eighth,,
question of Interest to local fans will be whetheror stretch of the game third period recent year.Smith Itra.lllt1C101'\ )'. "But Rocky\ TOTALS ...... II 11 II
not the Red Sox will send a farm club here to train Also In twin figure for and SCORE!: TIED t'ICWaII'm, competition was a better puncher. ....... sweeps -PIS Rt

this spring as they have in the past. There is a possibility Hats was !Junior Ronnie 14 7 Rhnrn tied the score! at 7.T by for the outstanding player Rut this kid Is only a and U 'hl.k.h.p.......... ......_...._.. 1. 1 t
that the Bosox may pick up another Triple-A club and of New Brockton; Ala, tar plunging over from th. enl m title from Rents, according to learning fast Rocky was 29 by ".." .-.- I .
send them back here. It is hoped some. word will be before lie fouled out wits) : Blue- i fourth down after h* had taken Bernard Kahn. spoils editor of the time h* had his eighth pro ............... i i 1Aaldauli
available tomorrow. to play, I advantage of a perfect block by the Daytona Beach Ntwi.Journal fight" :;::i I :r.;:= I e.

The Soy were reported to have turned over their Tkf Bulldogs opened the point.:., Brent, Roberta to tr,*t'tilrough and chairman of the selection Wiry Stephen/ of" Hollywood, TfTAi1 -.- 1J 1'u
Seattle franchise the Los with a Junior and (tour th* middle faira,33,yard. 'ran-to commltt.e.'o'rlun: Calif, who was the victim nt a- s'* l>r O .rt rH.w : -
Angeles Angels It was. also r* S 14 19S
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expected :tNt-yanni W9uld work the if en their' starting quiirjet. rough thRebel five, sixth round technical knockoutat D.IaM, to le -::
don't move the club front Selttle.t'N for Angela they Davis led the losers with ,. the I Rhome gaalietd'paw 1 was a Six Florida prep players were the hands of the hunky, long* ................ .... .
while Len Cunningham toll bowl 33'yaider. to Eddie: Fletcher four placed on the honorable mention haired Argentine, agreed.
with li Also In double I agree plays aftl'11.* had hit Bob list They an Steve Gray 173, : Representing
LIBERTY BOWL, 32 J were Tommy Davis ,with 50,- Daugherry! with a JTyarder at halfback, St. Petersburg Dixie Bills Pats
while John Saylors and I The outstanding lineman Holllna) AI Glffln, ZZ3. halfback/ : The Trtrtlcrt ;
Abernathy each hit 10. I '' Daugherty with a STyarder at Gainesville High; Genjg Dean), e
Coleman Utah It was clot moat .of the ; & the Rebel 33. 300, end, Tampa Robinson Bain\ Eying Title : Ingurtncsj ;
Sparks with the'Hats on top by The outstanding lineman Culton, lib!, fullback Tallahasse .
at halftime.\ They opened' It Glenn EllUor, : ComptnUa
to Leon; loll, '
award went to WIUI (SAP
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to sewn at one Urn but only halfback, ,JacksonvUl Paxoni
Bulldogs came back to trail 263 pound Tulsa tackl/jW and Harold OUfnrd, 230, Orlando Patriots bank MI 'l'abtr.r11l1'1 .. .
:ATLANTIC,nrr, 'NJ'"W'r; 'ph re, Th*.temperature outside 99.57. with 15:59 tfl play. Rhnm was dammed$ the Cnlnnlak passing and Ctno CapprtUtti .
Ron' Coleman, speedy halli the mammoth,oceanfront' kudltortum ' :
Th* closest till visitors ground by Rebel defenders several kicking to counter th.
back with more moves than a was 31. Slat chairman Kahn Said a '
'JIC'W4't' of Buffalo midi GUrhriat I.I'
again was, 84 80 with 4:32. times.MlMiulppl. number of standoutplayerl e
chew, master ,led txploitve PAM, "JUlltmtuett"
: Not only did Utah offensive In Sunday's Ire the I'
when th Hatters gems
pulled .I the All Smuhern list .
Utah, through West Virginia's : ,
L line .push the Mountaineers/ 111 for the Wain: surge rur.a.' D'"T 1 0-14 Eaattra Dlvtelon title of the : .
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Saturday In college football .__. r.r ; back, Miami Norland: BUI Mangle 1 .
defense throttled' Welt Virginia Clarkw. r/ 1 I Buffalo, tending onehalfgam .
tint Indoor' bowl tame, the Allen'McCune ''and : f tI : Byrd Wlifgliam halfback Lax City: Dave by .
quarterback c= :: ::;::;::: with an IIS record toIWtflll" .
sixth annual Liberty Bowl Wide Southern =:.:= t I Barnhart center, Palm ,Beach' e
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}rotnSan Yom.-, L tyftlb1.lIlIl1 gun regular
: Frasnsce bolted J3 .r kl Penwools! ".ff.j thapman.:
The Redskins, vo-chatmilpA fof "- CAINESVILU: (AP), TIlt seaml. The home town r*.
yards ear a brUHant Individual T4.LIJ i.. .... halfback\ 4raoUi Krnl Ca
sMS. <
the Westertn'AtNedQ'Ca4terend -'I ,11 : I.s Florida' Sports Writers Association (Mina must win At\ * effort to Utan'
give a 19-4 halftime ) Willie halfkuM Tampa planlfdiUDnr : F. Clardye
lead H. tarried wasted little tlm..fIr>ft< i #.";':w'"i' roT has. nsrmd Byrd Whlgham tale of hirf'teim fa Mis An.
19 times 1 T. .Oslo .. ..f hit. *y, tackle, Jacksonville Lee I'
matters A 50-yard drive -- '
for 154 yard\' picking Mi holes lung (1"'uhul fl... of WUdwood as the states High, championship game with San
the and BU1 halfback. Palatka.
behind the first time they had the ball AMrnahy. Jj JZ.1 A'A I| ....A Coach of the erry Diego, Saturday, Dec. 2<. 'Insurance Agency
smartly crisp blocking ended' la Jefferson first field I, ...... \ School) FoAtbaU. ; ; I
With the offensive line '. N.Whlgham. On till bull of an\ etrllw M2)1 -
monstrous In West Vlrgtnla od wrapped It rr .TIT. tr i 4 4|.< gun"L'.,.. who was rnsYIdsied The trouble with We 'Ia'I that ) virtory at Buffalo, the hums : JJJ Msrtfc l*"lvar< I7I44HJ
's forward wan and the up. p MYq ._r t 14 i too small' to play, .college by the time you know how to field edge and Coach Mike ..wet.k' -
always dry field providing sure I TIll Mountaineers' only score. Itur4...."__*_M__.:_: I J !I."'! Ml football led kin WUdwood team play the game 'OlI're too old M ". s beg over the Buts, Boston : rises !.
footing for Col"mar, his subtti- ef the game climaxed: a 87, yard ''kI trI'l;d.i. ,A football Cham', make die team II a slight favorite. i '
drive, with tile touchdown coning T 5M
tote, Andy %rel.ndo'alld fullbackAllen Me Boom .:TAtlaiiak;: It star pionshlp with a 12.T victory overLake I: .
on a six yard pass .
Jacobs, Utah tort little T.nn. WI.'Wy"' 44' j"/ '
time establishing"superiority Cute to Milt degg The Wg play .etet..l 4t .. I 1mI City aJtw'changlni' to Wpnnenta ,
In mld-resaat
,Of the;six times Utah had the of the march was a 11 yard pats I '
from McCune to QI'II'.oO a .. plsj .
ball la the first half" Coach Ray *, r
Nigel team (drove 43 and 77 fnntih-down.and.M situation "med. Wildwond'squad com rf
[yards for touchdowns and Roy McCune. who set a West Vlr Hat Frosh in plfted their seams with a 1)00record.
p ffenofl kicked field goals of gifts percentage record this NL ..
tI9 and 32 yards. One march fal3red season by completing W.of'W Others mentioned tor UM tumor
on the West Virginia one passes; was held to 13 of 3s by I\IIC' war Al Psrris of DIxie '
Vard line and an errant lateralkilled Utah stiff defense H* 'gained total County. High School! at Cross home con .enJ.v U
tile otnec, -_ U3 yards la the air but)had ,Jour Top SJRJC Oty; Nick K tys of Corsl GaMe ..NtRsv.
| A .crowd of 8059 watched the passes Intercepted.! '" High, wlnnerSw-ot two .
Rationally televised tame in\ a Utah 311T'42West 1 'straight Out AA titles.: Harold
comfortable M-degre atmos Virginia 0 0" f 9- H Avlngor of Baldwin and Jim

By 89.-77 Msynor of W Mil
<< Ted, Savage, former PhU outfielder
/ with the Mrat.. Columbus

Wilt k KUcuDen of Kearny, WU.. 0., lesm" last season, stol 4 ,
28 basea to top the InterBsttonalLeagti
Thinking Of A swished home 30 points ( \ Hank *. H", batted only J3Hnuxtoai .
cfght la pacing the Stetson ,
: to aa ..11 decision over com new Harris County
it visiting St. Johns/ Rrver. / ..* domed stadium will seat ".000.
CoUeg-Vikings. *: the for baseball and.92,060 for, foot-,
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clock tomorrow night ,
they entertain Broward ,JIII

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points.In the first hair and .
For Christmas? with seven straight shots lJ a y tXft

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hge 10 MwID atOm) SUN NEWS IUNUT, DEC.Ia; "64 I r GETS Tt w MpIlOlllGn DEI AND 'IN CLASS AA .

0" 1 Le r Jew. Grv (M) W the Ue

i Land Build*** hit this field
.f'' g WILDWOOD FALLS n V real aialwit WUdwood Friday \

night Ottwf BnU****, Wt .. Wildwood

right are KM Bradley Chock Randy Jones Of

Early tad Paul Hurt, PUS
11Bulldogs evil: Murray Arnold eland- '

Capture big behind Early elf court,

:I II r t' watrhek by GUmore play) Sun( New Phot Makes Little All-Stdr Club .

I w, _. .'
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OBC Test ,,54-42 I Sandlin North Marion, Alberto Melbourne CC: ; Jimmy Johnson,
I \ MIAMI' (AP-T Little All IIY
; Mgrrajl. Clplakln, Ry Belle Glades jrobob Maddox,
? J JL. k t State High ScWnrootballTeam \
42 Dlcharry; Tampa l'el11lt.BONOILULIi Avon Park, fciger Wood. Nook
A fine defensive effort In the second straight t game by defeating !' Pi announced today by the MENTION' Marlon; Allan Cover, Fernan.

third period on Friday nightparked I th*.Baby Wildcat. 35: .37 Herald has ont of the biggest Bids-Tommy Green, Baldwin din Beach; Mickey Wells Mao t

( the DeLand Bulldog Greg Gerard once again:paced> lines la Its history! anchored by ; Tom Harrt UmatlUa; denny; Don BeutenmuUet, Candinsi +
to their third straight win of the the winner with 17 point to r Newman
Newman; ;
three of 225. pound or John Cass, Cardinal
season and their first In the take scoring honors Other men
Orange Belt Conference as they coring for the Bullpup were 1wr. more. This 1* for dais A Danny WilsD. Trenton; Alan Guards-Jay Kist, Clearwater ,

defeated the Wildwood Wildcat, Phil! Wagner Bruce Wit hart and I schools and smaller. Hall, Mulberry; Sam Grubbi CC; Carl Montean Baldwin;

Si 42. Jim McGregor, all with four Smallest man out front ,Is 191- Perry; Rondett Nichols. Sop- David Hall, Lakeview; Bill Han.

In the third period the visitor e.cbi; Bill, Young with three, Don pound end Charles Hodges of choppy: Dale MeCullen. Lrv. kins, KlMlmmee; Jimmy Smith,

managed only one free throw a* Under ,witt, I two 'and Buster Venice. Biggest is end Jim Yar- Oak; Buddy Lucas Wildwood. East Bay; Joe Goglla, Miami i

the Bulldogs opened up their I Jones With One, 'I i iFred. ,, trough of Arcadia who weighs Tickle- Stan Hlmelsbaugh, Military; Ron Kalralla, Carta.i

three-point halftime lead to 11 WUsoa.!led the beers,with r I 235 over a frtoot-S frame. He Leeiburg; Tommy Thomai W111Uton -, al Newman; pat Cain, LikiWalei
Into the- final 10 was also elected to the regular Starke; Danny Stevens ) Jerry Scarborough,
going quarter. I
Da'band, FO rT T All.State team ; 'Spike ntzpatrick, citrus; Branford; Jim Tompkins, S*.
Co-Captain Chuck Early connected Karlr .___.__ t l-l IT Palatka AI Hotz,
: .u. Lee Brunner, ; ,
with seven shots from the H.rrla _._.....;...._..u. I l-l n The tackle are Henry Louse bring
floor and went three.Ior-three at nitt -* I *.*vld Tulll, Dunnel.
::..: .
the charity line to take high Undor BnAl.y. -.waXtk.k_......... *I .1-4.. t 4 .. Ilia150 ....- -- -.- ragut, a 210. pounder who Ion; Kenny Downs, Palatkj;
scoring honor with 17 points trquln.---------------: I ,l-e 1e blocked five punt this season, Sam Baugh Floyd Barber, Turkey Creek

Alto In double figures for the nrnv Klnaar z.d: : : I :: I I and Pete Strumola ,of Miami Backs-Jimmy Thomas Lake

winners were Paul Harris and WoCnmn (A Ml ITDTAlJi ANNUALLY Military, 225 pounds Butler; Connie Atkins, Turkey
_. :::.:tl 1H-1I 14 BASKETBALL
? Lake Wale two men Howell
Eddie OQulna with 11 and 10, wu_.*.. FO FT T placed Creek; Montgomery
respectively. D, Jon.r .1...-.__....4 ,.to 11 6n the team, guard Terry Story Blountstown; Lee Turnquiit,
: ....... 1 4-1 i RESULTS and center Frank Cain. Lake Oilers Wales
Lake James
1nos. : Quits ; Goolsby,
Danny Jones bagged 15 points ..::_ 1 1-1 i
for the Wildcats with 13 Thompaon .__..,........ i 4-T 14. Hunters Wale finished runner up to Green Cove Springs; Harry
coming R. Jnnaa ... ... e 4-1 Spend
4 MoneyBy
WUdwood and defeated
by ,
----- wa Hawthorn, Jay Jeff
In the first half u he kept the I* Lucas .... .. S 4-4 4 CHOOL Lacour
visitors close Tommy Thompson Perry ....-........?...: I 1-4 Icorthr (Friday Nlhl Winter Haven a da AA team. AP-5m- Daytona Lopez; Doug MitchellWUliston
OuartanfTOTWJ PKLA.VD!: ... Wlktwood .f The other! guard 1* Jeff Warren HOUSTON, Tet. ( ) ; John Pell, Pahokee
followed in the scoring with 13.l ... .. ;
itlii1 41 Hawthorn 14, of senIor.The Baugh baa quit II head
l Wlldwftod I j TAYLOR II Stark, 196 pound my Danny Jones, WUdwood; Jell!
: CLOSE GAME tfeLand .__:::::::::.II li I 11:1: : : EDWARD T. WALSH not only Used by waterfowl that 12 Oak Ride 41 backfield on the team, football coach of the Houston Daughtry, Lakeview; Jim Crunt
It was a close ball gun Walt Mainland 44 Coro.1 elected from nomination from Oiler to spend more time on
Disney ha agreed tt become of Klsslmmee Tommy
throughout the first half with sportsmen like to hunt, but for &all OalU 10 N.w Smyrna Baachf Hansen,
II coaches and sportswriters over his west Texas ranch/ because PJ(. Pat McCrea
the ; ,
national no
WUdwood Inching in front by honorarychairman hundred of species of shore and th.r II. Baldwin tl there. <
RosamondnSets : Loft' the state, was picked without regard "I'm happier Ida Air Academy Mike
; Fitepatrick
17.14 after the first eight min for.1065 National Wildlife birdi/1'! South atimur 4.
,wading will be the
to position. Bfugh' cuccessor!
," '* : Lyman 17, Lak vl 47 Citrus) John Schoeller,
utes. In the second period the Week. '>t A Founaatlon/'Ftudles' I lOW ahat Btarka 14. (It. AuiluMlna TOP BACKS fifth head coach in. six seasons Bishop Barry; Buckshot Thom.u .

Bulldogs got the lead and a Id a letter to Thomai to Kim hunter spend a minimum d ISO Bopka 71.71. Kayatnn Oacaola" IS H.fahtit It. is made up of Randy Jones ; for the American FootballLeague CVprei Lake; Harold Grtner -

bucket by Early at the buzzer tall, Disney "I Fahoka {I'Vsro B.. 1t If of WUdwood;; who scored 11 entry a turnover unmatched Lake
made it 32.29 at halftlm Biddy wrote am minion a year developing) private Hlvlara Baarh AIn I.a Worth 41 Butler' Ted Kay
And linebacker
Nine straight points In the honored to have ypur request for land for ,ame. Thousand : fort Ware Mccarty 7S, mart; II played In pro football Chlefland; Karl Wltkowikl, Mel.
Juptiar 41. Miami LaSalla Danny Maltlen of Hollywood
44 ; Houston said hla.utcellOl'
The Post
I third\ quarter pushed the Bulldogs me to serve as honorary chair of hunter and landowner plant Palm Bnrh1, Del.., lace Inrra Chamtaade who averaged bourne CC; ,Jimmy Johnson,
was expected to be East Bay Steve Holland
|| ; East
into a comfortable lead and man of the NWW for '69. I am feed and cover for game species, Lincoln II Wut '>alm S.5 yards a carry; Randy
slowed the Point MarkA a Hugh (Bones) Taylor, Oiler Bay; Jim Boverlnl, Miami Military ,
to walk. Rm'wv.ltf
they fame a R- h
also but non hunted wildlife Corbln of Cross who scored I
D. Jones had a free throw with most pleased to be able to thrive oft Bartowe K.UtI..1t IS City backfield/ coach. The Post aUo ; Tommy Koziol, LaSall;

1:32: to go to'.avert the shutout help in bringing national! conservation It all year.Because. Orlandn Blannp 'Colonial Mnora 41 40, Orlando 147 point; and Billy Rhode of said Lou Rymkus, former Oiler Danny Mills, Jupiter; Bin b
of the great Eusti, who gained 1,379 yard I
FIRST! GAME problem to the attention amount Orlando evens II. ganfard II head coach would be rehired u Drown, Cardinal Newman;
In the preliminary contest ft record.breaking effort of of the public, and thank of research on game species, Loll Dad City It 14.Auburndala 7{ and played safety on defense. an offensive line coach. Steve Brown, Leesburg; David I IMickler

was the Bullpup winning their 39 point by Carry Rosamonda .)rou again for the, compllmeitrou biologist know what surplus of Cathollo Plaoid II llalbourn Central SECOND TEAMEnds Taylor 41. one of the National Oermont) Ray Joelsoi '
)'Htetdayaftmloon sparked the ) ,hav paid me la asking me game can be taken each fail 'Wain. City ID, Lak. W.I. Tl : Mike Frlzzell. East Bay Football ;.eague'i aQ.time great of Venice; Paul Palest, Venice;
Stat and federal wildlife ft. Cloud 71. Oraraland and David Ebeln'"orIda Air
Boy Cub to a 12-::' victory! over to agencle M .' Steve Lewis Arcadia
serve again. Wlntar Haag1 Tamp 41 pas* receiver*, said 7 have not ; Bucky
Net Turnout Mel Ott's In Biddy League play A message to all sportsmen let Mason and bag limit ITmaUlla. 41, Ciwmnntt\ ln' Academy; tackle Lester' Lucas, discussed ttte coaching HOhUog Halt, Belle Glade; Steve Tra- I
based ,
on annual studies! Oryatal Altar WUdwood. and Steve Parker
and la Dunnallon 41
Rosamonda hit 14 point In the observe this week vets. Plantation-Ronnie; Crew
a* never there I It no of Btpataraburf kick 14. s.miaol. Klulmmee Jack with Oiler official But he Indicated ,
danger Kearney
first half and burnt the net with before by spreading the gospel in America any specie run.Aln he would like to have Macdenny; Jerry Burkett, Century
25 rno.In the second half. The of being ovr- II, Blahftp Barry 41 Hollywood Chamlnade, and I.
conservation to the four wind ; Randy Anderson,
Claarwalar the Job.Taylor. Sopchop-
Total At 41 harvested.The 'to P.lar.bu.1'DI. Steve T w e d .11.l GeUieivtllaYonge
old mark of 87 wa set last year that It may land on open. ear*. hunter often .,. Hollins1 played for nine year py; Bob Bergman St. Augus.tine 1"
by Jimmy KickltgMer of the. Let' hope the will teem a st Fmmbvr Northiait' II. ; center Tony Camacho, ; Charlie Harrison, Lake
message paradox to the non.hunter. Larso in Milton and backs Dorsey Motesof with the Washington Redskins, <
DeLand High School 'Tennis Elk: *. carry Into the field and onto the Sportsmen spend million It, P.i.r.hure Boca Cup TT, Baldwin. Palat- and during'that time wa the City; Beryl Rice, Fernandina 'f
to Billy Perry
4 Coach Carl announced Frank Fusco was high for water, that w.,,the true iport Tarpon Hprtn II Beach; Harry Roberts Orange I
Brown protect and care for game and Natdu II. Tmlra1 ka, Bo Bludworth, Defunlak favorite target Baugh'i per.
yesterday that 41 students had 6tt'i wth, J4 and U of these men* have performed our part. then hunt I it In the fall. It U "P.Im.ttoI Moowjr 1. Saraaota, Cardinal. Spring! Ronnie Mangle, Lake es. He also wa assistant coach: Park; Tom Hynoski. Bishop!

signed up'lor the boys and girl came' the final period. Sportsmen of pay ,for the operation difficult for the general ,public. Fort ..,....41 II, Saraaota BlvarrliwBrdt" City. under' Baueh In 1960. 'with the Moore.

tennis tryouts this lesson. OTHEB GAMES itatiHgaiM department to understand that the hunter THIRD TEAM New York Titan. : .
There were 27 girl on the list Billy Gardner bagged 24 point which tot are charged by, law. to simply takes the annual,surplus 'I"In"Purl Plant "" "" Mann.1v.w Ends Junior Holman Turkey Baufht !50,' bad Insisted c (that EXPERT; CCJUUKTIED

which I.i headed by Mary Kay is Gen.'* Market posted a 41.SI rare all wildlife, not just thegame from nature' bounty and !.t. 'U h.y 41. Marnandd II Creek and David Smith Palat- running his 1,3M.acrt.. ranch '

Stoodenmlr Other. are Sheryl decision over' the Klwanl H* hit specie but for the more quit often the hunter his given Laudtrdal.Pee.r.aurl Dlllard rtlkha IISnu.n M, Fort ka; tackle Harold Reid .TII. Interfered with! hit duties a* REPAIR

Whlttaker Gale Goodwin, Linda 12 of 14 tree throws. Kevin wildlife.numerous non'game varieties of nature a helping hand. Sportsmen Kuitla jt!*. .t Uk. W4lr It per and Wolfgang Halblg, Avon head coach.

Hodges, Ann Chorpenlng, Ma. Smotherman led the losers. with shore bird Bong do birds not,hesitate swan and to ire always concerned with Orlando, II kdl.wat.r'rsesn. 41", WlBWf Park; guards TIm Ashcroft, The former Texas Christian .'SERVICE
llnda Herr Terry Bolts 10. the survival of In Par. 4l
Peggy use the feed and any species. ,. Melbourne CC, and Herberg University and Redskin passing
cover developedby I :
Kay Marsha Weeks and Carolee Tom Halchett collected 12 the hunter for waterfowl. the decade slnoe late wlldlile Vala Miami: M BurD Orlando IB. ralm.tto Boon* II 45 Haddock, Vernon; center Dan star quit after signing a new

J nkln.. points before foulUr out and led SPEND MONEY agencies were formed, no game I J-orlheaat, pin It Foulk Orange Park: and back one.year contract only two 1550INCLUOMl
Also Roxana Head Joyce Enterprise to a f.1' verdict Hunter species have' been threatened Pompino K., Bach, |0. It. Brovard It Jim Cain. Miami Military Dan- month
spend more than $150 N'pt M Cent Park 'It ago.
Smith, Mary Denman Jeanne over the Elk. Rteve Hlulnbotham with extinction: by the butter/ Jnnli.ra etlnnins. llattritally Timid
million Miami l Halla 41 Th. Hall
wildlife of Fame
a on .
year management .
quarterback' *
.11." Cat end Sand
Heln lckeon, Karen Kricl, Barbara Bin for tilt losers. The main threats to wildlife.. IVnlral) M, Carol Oily M '
Foulda, Candy Berner, according to the National today, according to the Miami Hh a|, south :Dad, II compiled: i 3-10 record, ;21 Hesr Service f
Hornets -
The Jaycees got 17 point from Shooting Sport Foundation imliaw.t' Jacknn M Sting wont showing, jbic .the clubwar 4
Donna Whlttaker, 'J. r alt e r Tom Pb.lpi1* front David Wer. Inc. are water pollution Improperuse ) Hiaiaali' M. Cnnl Oahl. ir
Green,. Jug Earl Joanne Cunningham A red winged blackbird of insecticides, dean farm Rlvlara H- nh sl. l. ik* Worth 41 founded, with the season Dettuy
nIl and eight from Ronnie has. no hesitancy about Jel foiT. |7. Pence 4* finale against Denver to be Jewelers ;
Lynne Jones, JoAnn Phelp In downing DeLand Federal lunching feed log, urbanization and millet ("U.II.n U, it Auiuatlna It. .. N. aulward. PH. 7M-1MT
on planted for Twice
Byerly, Bethany Ward, Lynn factors which destroy wildlife Joaffpn 1P.reendina Taylor Sunday.
35-19. Charli hit ducks. The
McCracken, Rla Nispellng and Dupre general public has habitats. M, (I..n.. Park 4t ----
for the loier to the Mayo 11 JtnM'nvi
fight access refuge the year M
j Linda McNtace. The news on fishing from our Trantoi. l 1. Chlrnand
the 't.n"'n' around to observe wildlife and PIERSON Th Taylor High
Bruce Crumley heads the list OIVI, LIAOUI reporter, Nell AUlnger, la that nradrert l|. Jeans9
the hunter 1 II ii Cove sextet and quintet dropped a
) happy that hit liirima 47.
w. L. 01st MacCt.nny
otA boy,. Others are Jan Herr, for shad fishing J Ie very good pair of Rlverland Conference
Kenny Harrison, Richard Brown, FS.rpriH__. port pay this valuable byb especially at Lemon Milliard' M, ftart,1t Oa i 17
---.1 : product. JHuff. P, H. ,..".. M, (:M... e" ,. 41 game her Friday night to the
John Lewis, Philip Bird Steve Speck ire hitting !' .,
Elk. State warden whose everywhereand Banta P M. u lull ij visiting .Hawthorne Hornet
game .
Rots, Roger Keefer David Wise -.1'I I are plentiful Bats fishing'M'turf Wh'ta' 41,
Tom HoTzman, Rusty Lazuka, NIWANII t.'l ..,"If' salaries are paid by sportsmen is picking up but not too good. P.a.mi.IHkh' ... ',?snwewl 1 In the boys game it war
W. L. not only enforce the "lIh."a" U Wayne Allison pacing the Hornets j
Walter Johnunn, Scooter Colllni 1 Kay Cluk t I regulation but spend much hunting of Salt water fishing Is very good ,......*coia K-ramhla: 74 Vlr' ..lll. 44 : with It points while DonGllland
and. Robert Green Bays Cl' t i when the wind Is down. Milton M, Pn..rola TIt III
nan Market ......._ I their time developing more wild- P'nMMla T.te 17, Cbnct..llatch.. 1 chipped In with 12.
Mai 5 t. .>...-.... J We habitat. According to Wimpy Steer! U I The Wildcat didn't have anyone .
klwanla ...... fNail man, the deer art playing bar D-tunl.1r 5prlnla Walton 11. in double
; Oamaa--n 4I, Hunter subsidization of wild figure a* they
to II
BUY lift come from license fee, get and very few kills have O..n..fJfHt 11. Plorlda irhool) For dropped their fifth game !In a*
f Handy pocket size booklet for migratory waterfowl reported, but they are ttlll Hnya 1W.Inut / many .t.rta. Mike Well finished
out there. You find them! Mill Bak.r 4*
making complete scouting report .
: federal tax on sporting arms and : Pert Ml. Jn* 'it< Blminlatown 14 with eight.In Gewyfl.ge4.. PI..tlc
MAYTAGl on basketball) games ar* ammunition direct personal] rniha (Alai II. Malnn' /SI fie opening game the
; available without cost upon request e OiumiHkla, MUOKOO M Hawthorn Lfcfeies topped the

\ .t '',tteVM; *..*,t.: ,Wilson private contribution land ,and development membership in of Bowling raatlabfrry Pena Dn n .III) ..1" Canturr 4 r Taylor Ctrl, 2923. It was the Pup Tents $1.98

a sa a teertiu CkwM ale* Mton ofeee uch: organization 'a* the Na Panama.."' -City/1 Bay IS, M r'C'l"1" 1 second time this season has ...a '

heels The booklet court tional WUdUf Federation. Here Standings I P. :o.mA city .ru !."..... U copped a double victory over \
FRIERSON'S dJstram tor :charting oflenslv art sorta< Use facts and .. 11'.1 the 'Cat*. I

ana defensive maneuver? play figure! Oraanabora Poplar tarlnta II, Havana 14. Bonlfay M characteristics, summaries, 1'1 RIee/R/ nprhoppy 'I, will be the road when :
Stat lame department In Apalarhleola II on they go
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fiM-TH-MtfUYitO I lutes aid ample spec for lineup 1 w .ItIt II. 41. Carrah.Ua It to Bunnell to face the
1M3 collected Bulldog
$68 million from r.t';, :::::::::::: : ;: Re..nw1 enlh1. ApalaelllOOIa $1.98
needed, will be : : Lights
Copies a* flip I Taw. PO "T T
If W. Nab. h.. II .171J hunter for license Ug and permit 7.,., B.ii.r.. ii Alma4 Ccndil' Walla .... .... I f S :;;
furnished( M L
I promptly upon request *. The money war !used for nrml.e .....::::::::= I: I ; ri-.,..::..,,: 1
land purchase biological Peron .......-...-..-: iii eA JUNIO.r COLLtOt III"n. .--........--..-. 1 1
research Varyaawma .,.. .._ &
wildlife protection: haM EL ::::::::::= i!" ifl6 rnlptil for &*.&u.Mananna......,. 44Orlamlnv 11 Bpoward \ *.-....=.....:: t 1 I I.e got tl 7 f-rUtmei
tat development, conservation ROMn14 JQ4 riv. ("nl.....* ..j_...___._._ 1 1 :
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education and generally earing : d;.':::::::::::::;:::> ::"r ::K Jc 4*. ........ Ale P -- 1 .
for all wildlife M both hunted II.."" _'_".___.._ 'A a.2 .i KrTAUTIIIIIir: : ::: I 11 ,: Inside Lights $1.39Ckru 1
Tm1aA 11 Kid Hiwtharna .ea'T T &
and ROB hunted specie Rlb. :------2 1 aito't interested in put.llaf' !
AlHan .. .. .,. 1* .
More thai $80 million has 1..n =::::.:::::.a.:\ IN4 ::... Ikrlt shoulder to the wheel Bond* ._...._.._..I.-.. i 'I'
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beet these day. All they want Is to 01. _. 1
oa > to state game IIDDII. BANTAM* Hue h*. ._..-._ ... 4 / ,
agencies for wildlife manage- w. L.. get their hand on 1U ruin = : IP I 4 s *s
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meat through Pit :
; We can remember Raav.a :: ,.: I :
man.Robertson program known Ka. 7......__.w I. 'lI way backwbt'a 0. Otllsnd._..__ II Icicles.
a* the "Federal Aid I* Wildlife T..... !i.. I _...._____ .1 dancing war a contact TOT A LII ..__.... M a. It : a9e6IH r
port Now ha Bear Uuartan.T'Tior ; :;
a ky :
spectator L/r.r..l.l..l
Restoration Act." ThIs ad, Pose PIN- SANTAN$ port. -_..- i. ... M. 4 T : 4.tlisetis. ; ,
passed at the request of hunter Tess '"'''' w. L .* :: :- .14 IT 1, 1-ft 6IH : '
PluhMry" __ tl J4l ,
a* t way of helping all.wildlife "
place aa 11 per cent tax on, (. 0. = r. .n : .
sales of sporting arm, and ammutUcadon. D.L.hq Nirs/ JtCAtTAWAYi on. lIU111 '._ 5c

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The JII'OII'MJw resulted h In fhanrla-WiniaiHS\ : ...,, IDt. 4 VW-GHIA .'pr.I" 1-QNrfPressure
the purchase' and development fl*. Tranarvraar T...., .
of 1370000 acre of land and Ky NiOway" IXad Curt fakirs Marker...._ it M I1II I

abcNt'IIIOO.OOO acre of prime Muaht. BulMar* ,.,-? l' 11 k Cooker sal9,95
waterfowl habitat. Hunter use M. .r'. Bwt: .ar. iu nil ; ;
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thlt monthly-laid but for It U two epea w to.three thepublic ao'a'MI .== {I H |* 1 Sedans Convertibles ......'" WItII eewbElectric


area support the year more around.nonbustsgwlee These "_nl.04 ""n .W.. L Station,
: Wagons Hard Mixer
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MONEY 'MKAUXOTM as..,". llee&r" -_ .t./ '4 .
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: YOUR'QUALITY< CHEVROLET' for duck: stamp since I MMrr idols' 1'r'_-_ 11'yy 1r4
IMC The has hmd.. UMM I' ,u
money used .
DESERVES' THE 'BEST ; GET IT AT ta part> : S)) million for trarly Jim BrenMmaa. rookie pttckIng 59's thru 64's Punch Bowl Set ,54.49$

. ; 44000 acre of land. $34: mks ton hopeful of the Yankees, .

for; refuge upkeep Hi million started a garnet tat the Rich Now much_ dog $200 $300 kraNir lUttric

: BILL HOLLER'S, fern' ? development dad for meeAvVa. last **.. 'dpetiduad VW : DOWN
wt research. The vast slut R* kad.aa UU ncorda4 .
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By ROOtA OttJiORBBun k p' The DeLand Junior HI Ill j

1Itk Earn All-FIC New Sport Editor School Terrier basketball teams i
r handed their coaches early .
1 Christmas present Friday i :

a0th afternoon when the eighth and

[five member of the StetsOIljSIvenlty t Steve Feller. Rollins tied: ninth'' grader ported vini ever I
1964 Florida Interedi left fullback GENE WHITE Catch All ColumnWith Ormond Beach at Roily Hll!. i
erIn Wooton'a sloth
i Conference Championship STETSON; right fullback Bob Coach Hal
the end ef, 1W4" just around the corner It mans Uk I trader. scored their fifth
Sower Team were selected for Ennls Rollins; goalie DAVE
good time to try and pick up a tow loose I end, put them ta a straight victory without a defeatas
tile U-man All-Star Team a* an. SMITH, STETSON and Harvey
package and look ahead for IMS with the hope that not quit a* the) potted a 2f U decision.
"I' [Bounced recently by the coaches.Also Foster, Miami! tied.
many things Mill slip past the board without notice, Robert Bradley paced the
i named to the team were We Berner coached the Hatter
Terriers with nine\ ; point u the
Ip.h three from the Rollins !
[ player this' season to their fIne
town were blanked'In! the third '
Tan and the Miami 3.2 record Hats Earn Big Victory
I College and if there was an Lonnte .
period George Smith and
t [Hurricanes. One each came from award for "Coach! of the Year"
Congratulations must to Stetson Coach Glenn Wilkes sad Braddock each bad three. AddIng
[Florida Southern College and he would win It hand down I
Jacksonville hit Ratters for their BIO victory lat week v.rII.. Georgetown two point each were Clifford
I.a. { Un1'enlty.Ine College Tigers to win the seventh annual Hatter Invitational Cox .Gua Bell Bruce KoUinger j
: player won Tournament and Roger McNeeley. BID Apgar
[berths on the squad but there "
BottlingResults This win should go a long wsy toward giving the Hats a hid one.
[were four tied which made It j
Kedah bad flv for the
e boost toward their remaining games this ...IOD. Currently witha Jerry
af1J-man squad Instead of the TROPHY WINNERS: DeLand \llgh School Head football Coach T.OH&11 loien.
'" 4-2 mark, heat night the Hat nero hosting a tough Tennessee
Y, Lwual 11. Wesleyan quintet Tomorrow lI1.hlhe, will come back against is flanked by two trophy winners at the'tt cent gridiron banquet. Captain Gary Erecknnde. SECOND GAME

,I, GRACE CITED 'PARE' "I.a,,, King college of Bristol, Tenn. This club handed Florida PretbyterUa < left was named Most Valuable, and Alternate Captain Bob Apgar was award Coach J T Underwood's

y, iStetson'* Lenny Grace wa* one ",I. I., I.k". rt1 Tad.., Its first loss ef the sesson on Friday night. Th Tornadoes ed the Sportsmanship ,Trophy. (Sun New Photo by Gilmore) eighth griderl Improved thou
lot .three players Who was named a""M. 1i Ti>* '. "' ** 5155.PIt have six listed M better season mark to 2-3 with a 3S-Z1:
.t 4. I*.*. 01| ... ..Q 4, player at or with five lettermea.
7r [tm the ballots of all the coaches. L.."* Oi ..*'..* I. Son* ti : on the roster.Csngrehilorioru. decision aa David Vest paced
iJ, [The other two were Miami's Cnchttf a.. "''b. .t.cuwertk ., 28 the scoring attack with 12 point
O $ NIH *11551'" ,1l111'IJI'J1S
., [Ramon Poo and Terry Darby Kli Isles" t"..*.. S7I. *' t* |unlr Ronnls Mtr *l Newntktoa Tim Sain and Jim Grove each

ri [efFSC, ea. ...-o, hi.".U...l (Ingl"*. SSfl) A!*., for Mi greet showing(i In the to rnmoiil.His Lawn chipped-In with eight Baa
dial these, 'MT.BIOOIC &
1 the breakdown on the squid JJ points! and, *!l-rund play thrillod the fins end, hiltil' 1 Get Awards I FrIend and Tom Blocker had

b [Is ,as follows: Cabl5.t., 144.BANTAMS.. Ttie ..... 1 ira him the MVP owirt N* end! lill Netter ,t |4g.watr four Foster apiece and: Glen while Holey Richard tallied

t'o lien wing, TAD JONES STETSON 55 1 Moss7. Turn N. 0 ,. win toloctod (fir tilt alt-lHrny tests 1By 1
0I' Miami Joy Ann Cri" .". S'inoi '"' 5115 Twrnty.llghk tnflJl.... l she one each.
left Inside, Poo
[ : : ., B '
Ii/ *. Illi h'O tw 10* Bowls CeLaad Tom DilHajer netted 12 for the
[center forward. Rafael Botello Ti,,,m,, tittles, b.".' 511 I btieyle Griddrrs honored 'Janieranlty BuOpup loser. .
Ml feign two. 115.Cabi'.ts team received their
[Jacksonville l l : right inside d
hills ttiM ein5Is' humeral at last Next action for both. ulllttU
[GRACE. STETSON; right.wing' 4&01 55'05w' .. 113" tut week guard Bobby Black was selected by his> tUIJI. week's football will b*> NI Jan. I at 1:30:: when" 1
rJim ,, Nlelsoa, Rollins; left halfback Mt"' UN' BANTAM > mite as the 19U football captain of the DeLand Bulldogs and A. W. nSHTB cafeteria staged with at the school they host team from' New ,

I'' ( Victor Gavancho, Miami; C.L I't coach of the University !-
I center halfback Darby. Florid Dvlop.i1t' Th* Plubbtr t. fullback Tommy Lawton. .
t I M..... R.(.U.rnt I.Nidint The Men's Doubles Dee. Hon has seen fit to publish Uat of Florida, the guest ,
began a
Sett hern; tight halfback V1N- M.lm..... .1...' hlhllnjlt. AU .three boys did very well this put season and all alma
I the
because the WBA
IN.G 'BICELOW STETSON, and ISO 1 .hh tw*. ,.*. point for better thing to com pert season for Use local grid 10 and were continued Dee: IS of 12 suggestions to lawn bowNen speaker. aayi t
I't Jemmy Lilly, 55 5' hifft, send*, of etiquette Coaches bout la which he won the tills f
concerning point Bryce Francis and
; ders. Their selection .ef leader appears sound and If they can SnellGravelle. ,
with -
13e: Mah' tw*, >a.Sun BrlggsKenyon ever tram LUton carried t
-W N**.. Mfn 1 ,..m sends' carry over the sttltud they finished with this aoaaea things on the rinks Carl Brown made the presentations. J
I'.I 411' hih tw.. 01.. should ,be bright. UTi Deiautels HU1 It is recognized by all bowlers Many of this )'fll', Bull i return-bout clause, which 1 Is Ue '

(: This Christmas CAITArn MIXtOritrltf Trophy winner Osry Breckenrldge, Most Valusbl Player; cv-r loJlnl Foley 31-11 The
T>*Kf.rm.. S, a..hp.v. Black, Boat Blocker: Foul Timlin Most Improved; sod Bob finals were played Thursdaywith phas* of the sport for It contribute : the varsity next season and some .I oJ

|ive 'Your Youngster wln.WIhaeis Chek. I. M/1Isway/ tt. ,R.etusky Curb Market filed Apgsr, 'Sportsmanship all deserve pat on the back. Desautels.Hill topping I I tet 'full *nnymmt] of the air tabbed for starting assign I. END DANGER

.,', ', when *U clubs are guided ments.
M x KIM Srvl.1 M."* 1S-IJ. to their tame
Briggs Kenyon gel
'"" nil now MbVMirphy Momerlol Plaque t* the Moil by the sam rules of etlquen The following boy cited .IN THE BATH
r>....*", wmn' klfhInat the Al Hooker were :
. I A CUSHMAN Marg. Didtcitod' flavor will hs Miks's mm *n It this names on Trophyfor Then occasions
I 'i le, flOt hlQ h thr**, Sif. % year are many when Mike Tai: Randy Alone Scooter: .
II *. in**'* h. I It" end'geOs urn e'eisrvlm tindiditi In the 'fvtur*. Mike 00. some clubs and some bowlers Collins, John Mattagly l Doa
I ls 412.M
: SCOOTER sic 144)'* set S" tkn6 CXiBhtn. .: Moll died Nov. 4 .Id this b a sew *wr* ..* see that all On Wednesday the fifth scheduled becom. lax la their observance RIal...., Allen Cole, David

. \ Him are-i Is., NCI| Cki.ku, hishtkr DHS eetbollen ihiM strhri t* urn. social game was played on ot some of the Item on this Stump, Eddy William. Brian

I 'ion' mIss theJ **, *$ __ the local rink with Peabody Hit The cod submitted should O'Bnen\ Corky SIpw,-U.. Abe I
II UBUMBAN MIXED bring better under standing Lilly Jr.. Ed Strickland and Da;
dub bowlers. AH seven rink
I Watts
0..,**. 4 Sped .. Delnd Saw Drays Praise among the player and should be Md .
1; Seh..f..'. 1'"cl.l.' e. urtll. were'In play with 43 bowlers- McGlumphy.AJso
fUN C.ff.. Ot Onnl. .. *atand.d* Orill 4, 1 Ot. "D..'I Gordon w.tta. IMS grad ef DeLand High and a football and' men anti women_parttclpstlng. helpful spectators for who beginners wish is to well know M, Turn Craft Richard! Mnr-

< .. / \ Sery Market*)*II LIIIIj N el ...n."505.h Florid The sophomore wa selected to the pall 11M All-Campus 10 In tames with the seventh MlAey.TBursam.: Walter
1i ,, :.
The leis
101 C etiquette Ut follow;
i In
sees' W t"'IIU. m.n'155115' Volleyball Tesm. Thus was hi* first "u'oI volleyball play and ending n tie. Johnsoi, Wayfnan Ram. Mike
II"."*, U. *,." three, 110. his teammate called him *n eioeUent set-up man and defeaalv The fourth scheduled soda (1)) Previous\ to. play study Bailey Mike "Woo Ronnl Low.fll' -

Or BM nHn*. .HlfH, I klli.ttm thr**ilnii,' IMS.BULL009 l... 1311| player. game was set for Monday at Mt. marking on all bfmu. Know )', Jerry ),(ldllloo.Ien.: ertiwi t
J Gordon II I a member of the Phi Osmma Delta' Fraternity and Dor*but 33 bowlers were dlsappslnted especially your own team bowls .Shorting, Richard Brawn Devon ,
walk'in 505P0051 51 'b C 'O
(2t Do stand
, s MATCH.TIAM also played football for them Me scored one touchdown on a when they encountered not on.rink or Sullivan and Gary Pope ,. I
, CHACLKNOI IVINTBiol'xl" pass In helping that club score a (1-0 victory over Phi CpsllbnPI heavy rain and the action was back of "a bowler while oppennant Ir.rAve ee4ean..leIIa
, la what 4 believed to bathe IIM off.Thursday. to on mat ill Do Rot
i Ij I DII. S 'h* flrii' Sad *. .highest. scoring. game on csmpu c approach mat to ,bowl' until the
the Mixed Doubles To TitlePROVIDCNCE.
1 j tw* .hall.n55 ;mitohi'I"a.m Get 'e. 52.911 $2.29 \
I theses im .miitiktp r. Tournament opened with How. bowl ot' previous player has I
( IKMP MINI 5 170-111-141 fP 5' Ifoyt ts Named MVP bee delivered. M) '
: Keep year
,, Alnsworth and MMI Jscoben
430 .. lard! *ut< PI il"P'* .t. ird OOl111 l
t of rTriin!' a 14 IN 5 170.' Th./ Care ."*,..*.. .kelson defeating Lei James and mind on the game; then roes -ill AP) -., .
I Boyt. another 'M from '
god .DHS
_. who wa*. *.starting' :
will know of bowl,
t rH
f eat positions ; ,
... I guard the 1MI .iu Biikethell Mary Ann Win/ *, -1VT, W the Tony.Moroni-chairman 01.tilt I Ae15sLieKI1101MY'St'
ea Cbamplanshlp \ T
Madsaks ,
ecuSHMAtcknpwledged 0. tea 15y m of Coach also when it U your, (turn to World ,
first rfeund. Seven other couplesdrew pftxing
Men rllC akgd wit', I IU. Murray Arnold picked upia; big honor recently when ho waa AAiociaUon's =
1 147.110 tor 110.1M-H. Ise fw t$ 1 eaedy 11 named the.Mwt Valuable Player in a r. en&ot&nIamd& to byes (Ia the opening round. bowl.SI cpainplouhlp cornmirtee: announced .. w tJUIII

I' T.H.mblty'l..., ales' ni". .nth. .p ..rill, Orlsndo. On Friday the' second round I ( Walk ,ln center o!'rink'' Friday night that th\* .
1..0. Nelson bagged<< 21 and II point In the two games end pisyedsold found Alnswnrth and Jacobeandowsing when changing ends. 11) During' WfU! would l'It'OJalltbe' -- --
Ama.'tIs'b*y.s :D... 14 It play Ikip1prevent and k.sktM.< "' should
A) Hooker and Florence
war ..m ...">... .Hiif Mull basketball both nighta. Orlando JC wan the?journey by winner/ of a proposed bout be-
:: f slim/ 51e-201.1sa ear 1141 I* tipping.Bt, Johns River Junior College of Palstka In the finals Briggs, ITS; H. Wing and D. their shadows" kern cubIng 1 I tens Eddie Maohea ftf San
!h.d >.,lHir. Lilly'. ,".,,,.\.,.,t,. ge-Il, but Nelson and hit teammate played ...tJ1'a' loaing Rots besting T, Foley .and E. ; over ,Jack In Lead should Franrsc( and Ernie Terrell ofCbJcagt loth rQu,
for s 000. fr*"'i/ tNH nthlp Hooker, IT 4; E Featcl and E. not step on<< rink or remove tay. ,
.; is king of the M.*n4 ilL 5l.k.d time cause as tile, ward heavy'weight D4IVU'S I1tfHSlDvIJHg
thi Cushjnan' .np ...ltIt.5 177.17.0 .PSM s Churns defeating Autttn and M. bowl until eount has been com- ,. champion,
american Road tit 5 Nn s1M tllll Of 1W tilt Nilsin scheduled! Teasel. and Pete Allen and piled' by'vice skips. Hi Losing 150u,
: sight was (* rises t Ihs lent II (;
;. The
*pin not- teeognli
1St k5.I i duel
... Silver DjlaJs' the tolnl t* Hi* n +ITM
twowheeler.yod can ride f*. 1.5.4. ."a..wit.'.'"I f.'104.*.SO T"* ....".** fin.two Urdkoirii.. at the Vlklnji ficod the.. Stttie f,. ,. ".re.. C James Balllet 12.7.I'CF6 over<< pesautel and' kL skips and vie scor skip.Scoreboard Ihould markoppnnent'i t CMMOS:: CUy M heavyweight di MOHTNy'

engine, lUlled Cushman." p.ll.* *..* s'""' aid ..n"u.HhmHi war ti ploy' .loinit ferll" ,'"II..t, Dill Piriln, sewwith ill- Always roll bowls from
moos ,, .. ,...4Mintly. while .nth the.. iliti. runa .
dependability... and for Just .... ; I The North Central Florid with sol* of silos to th* right std "
pennies I dayt Test ride one ..nly. with.WiO'niIt. 111.1es i -N1(.far DnD tSOI League players to represent the of mat feeing Jack. 110) Skip
today! wNlto' Jerry Hymn' .... I More Jones IJoj-s Coming local dub hive been aaounced and vice skip should encouragethe
,.......,.* f >. ( 4M. Tky Mil i
of while .
.... u follows; Norria! skip; Post, ue signal directing I f 1 '
Stile, Need:..,,*! *:SO. *n Coeell'arrcf
EASY TEAMS... W.4fi....iy.On Klklgham ef th*,WIMwood Wildest, the nanda nice skip; and Alasworth, "ld; play u well as the\ count up or !d
LOW DOWN PAYMENT.. rpy It w5. < mini.k Oas A Slat Chsmpuuuhlp Football Team war la town Friday CrsveUe, skip; Au.Un'Itl down, ill' Bowler should cor.rect M ? M

MONTNSTOAUTaken's! 14f.1l7.1IS*<- Alas M.Cletlaod.od 5 41 eM MP.>.n*.la* night with the eager. ot that school The DeLand Bulldogs kip; and Briggs, lead: Calm. their owi green and weight ,, i
.. lead CKKt .Nil....'. 57/.110.114 won. H-0 but th* 'C*!* most of them member of the ,foot. skip; Mint, tic skip, ; and without advice from any other
fee 40*. TnM two n."* ''l'1h' '', ball team weren't disappointed aa,tIIll still were ta the. flow Feaoel, lead: t Carter skip; player except the skip. ilH iJ

Mt V<1 ttir4* g s.>/* Cfy 'OU.",>*" warN Of tilt, great 12-0 grid season.Irra D. Rots vice: skip; and Hawes Compliment player on a good
.hill.".. Jim FiH.p *n* D** hot.Simla.
"lead Buich tics '
Foley skip
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l'nt' Jamie
HlHrnin wl .0101 If was eluted "Ceech it
: as tki Twr In Ski
Orvi. T ...y Ak* Lilly JP. I* stile Skip; and Hooker .lead.Thes e
"!'*.'' to f.*.* *HI Cri...<1 .". w1 a men iot.nrl.j 'ens WI..', ar*** this !*.>.*. teams met player from .,

POWER CENTER wile Wdnwd/y 5.wth.n O.Mq'544551.esd tit MayWM Wildwo! led. to oeily; for Class A ititis hit Ml .h arelsr th* host Orlando dub >esterdy.There : Collier : It

ta cimiote for ''th* till. Th* WOiciti hM hit neigh, will be some intensive .

1400 N. thi ... 7144910 The first America\ football Mr b the irsper. thru dams to total It *hiviMMlmtei th practice: at horn between low .t > .
team In 1S62'lad tIpI.yft'I and Dee. 33-the opening eon- a .i III
I ( fet tins kX In Pro Bowl i r ..
from Princeton, three" from Harvard test of the Wt IS "'101I. Th* .

wC'.C'.C'"t'.<<4' and three from Yale Randy and Danny Jones were en the cardboard rrt4a Mt. Dora dub win be her on '

I night with Ute latter getting it point' for the 'Cst*. Randy was that da''* to fare the local team LOS A.HGELES' (AP' On*

the big gun en the gridiron and war selected for Third Team Th* annual Christmas Party 8aulv! pilot of tile Baltimore! -
AUte sue ,.ar. They both graduate thus yesr If scheduled at Rymal's R.etiu> I Colts sad the KstJonal Football vIuuIt1I 1

WUdet fan con I take too deep I breath. *>wever, u tore rant at 1:30: tomorrow Blghf. I Lsagu'* Coach ef the year, and y
WE'REIN IU't tree younger brothers on the w jr. DanDle i II BOW an eighth' Some M members and their I BUauw CoUlw of the.develaad. a

lil ttE grader Corky is couple of year* tack and John just guest art ex|' rtH. After the Brown were aamd, Saturday1t : ,
TOUCH = to the fim grsd*. n seem Uk* WIldWOOd Football nand the "feast" limit special entertain- : coach' till Western lAd EaaD-,
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WITH.YOUR 1 em team ta the pro Bowl gang,
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Sand*, M. Hughes; Thomas B. Traver Speak Vows LaisyJohnsonWedding

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",' In Double Ring Rites At Stetson Baptist Church et

GIFT ti.F1Jc. ttt) v"* In
''' Women Stetson Baptist Church was Jacksonyille
( "eC' the scene Dee. 5, at 19 ajn,
/ when Mist Sandra M Hughes,, I Miss Jacqueline Anne Lalv I
ten Dim ZYClr1sR, .dIaew daughter of Mr. and Mrs dar will speak wedding vows with I
( nce J. Hughes, Route one, be Edmund Howell Johnson ffl
came the bride of Thomaa B facksonvllle. at 4 pm Dec 18
"sit Graver (MC) USN Sanford, in Riverside Presbyterlar
s IOn of Mr. ElIzabeth M. TraverJaneavffle Church, Jacksonville Dr. Albcn! '
Wis The Rev Juntos I J. Klssltag will perform
I E Foster Jr.. officiated at the.Hz double ring ceremony. ftp the.
double ting rites ; nuptial music will be furnishrt!
The traditional wedding march. by Marshal Pierson organist

es wen rendered by Mr*. Thur. ;. i and Charles Long, soloist
n man Barrow organlat Mill I Mia Laity 11 i the daughter Pearl Pound wu soloist Mr and Mri Alfred Kinsma

I The church was enhanced witha Lalsy, Orange Qty, and the
Christmu\ color scheme prospective bridegroom is the
Th. Gift Most Waniad against a background of greenery rI IOn 01 Mr*. Edmund Howell
and lighted tapers la branched Johnson Jr., Jacksonville and
By That Special FamlnlnaNuno
candelabra the late Mr. Johnson

On Your List. v and 1IrI...* GThe wa Miss Sandra YounIlPb4'rr.
bride lit Wakeman Ohio, niece of
was given marrl the
Furs At Loraly Wraps age by her parents Her wedding bride-elect and John W Dickson

Or Glamorous Accessorial gown wa designed of Jacksonville uncle of the pro.
CliantUIy type lac*. The fitted spective bridegroom will b*
I 1 bodice featured a scalloped neckline i honor attendants Mr. Herman

I and long lace sleeve ending r Youngeberg Wakeman! Ohio
sister of the bride
In point at tile wrist The floor I elect. will be I
l j matron length skirt was fashioned In lace be
scalloped edge Her which cas.. 0; Robert Dickson cousin of the

I I faded Into a full chapel sweep i'Chhaippellland David Homer Hush
*' The scalloped tiers of the skirt all
of ackravUle.
were accented with opalescent
e d I sequin trim Her elbow length I Immediately following the

Reveals Engagement bouffant veil wa attached to a I ceremony reception will be held
lace crown of seed pearl She In the church parlor Asslstm
carried a cascade bouquet of In serving will be Miss View!
Mr and Mr*. Bernard Wagner Lake Helen announce the whit pompon centered with' a Mooty, Miss Sandra Mveri
engagement of their daughter Rosemary Tnerese to Robert S. white orchid. Lakeland; Miss Virginia\ Dirk.

Williams son of Mr Had Mrs, Robert Williams. Victoria. Texas Carol Hughes, sister of tile N.t ire* son Jacksonville cousin of tilt
The bride-elect graduated from DeLand High School In 1M3: bride, was maid of honor. She pro epcUve bridegroom M 1 1..
where she was a member of the National Honor Society tbs wore a gown of emerald green Virginia\ WObanka will be IB
Diversified Cooperative Education Club and the Future Home- .. charge of tile bride book.
satin The street length gown Mr. Mrs. Thraiaa Traver
makera,f America. She attended the University of South Florid wa fashioned along sheath line I --T------
In Tampa and 1 II presently employed a* a secretary at General
and featured neckline
a scooped
I Electric In Daytona Beach. All Stall Club PEO Sisterhood
sod elbow length aleeve Her
Mr. William graduated magna cum laud In IMS from the Fish, West VoliuiaHoipital
Terse College of Art and Industrie where be received hit bacheor drew featured a floor length Yuletide Party
overskirt with belled effect and
b '. degree In Electrics Engineering H* was vie president of Records Yuletide
Bigma Tau. national honorary engineering fraternity He wan a double looped bow accent at The All State Dub of the Luncheon
alao a member of Alpha ChI national honorary fraternity; the the aide of the waist Her headpiece lean TIle, h fillawlnf..'..Ital. wen iwmrdt rilv ream. *.. the ky Tourist\ dub of DeLand Chrlat-
Xnatltut of Electrical and Electronic Engineer, and the King was a short circular face the OtLan lunNmw tottytFbh mu Party will be held at 7:30: Twenty.four member and two
Rifle Precision Drill| Team. Mr. William la employed with Electro ,ell which wa* attached to a Memorial p.m. Wednesday at the Tourist guests attended: the annual
j Mechanical Research In BaraaotaMo swiss braid crown with seed Clubhouse W. Howry Ave An Christina party and luncheon
date baa been set for the wedding pearl) trim. Her flowers wa a ADMISSIONS: evening of entertainment la Friday at the !
meeting of the
cascade bouquet of) yellow pompons Leo F Brinkmana Deltona, planned. Each member 'U 1 td AN Chapter PEO. The
and gold Christmas balls' TIle Tower: Mrs Helen A. Ger- group met
bring a donation of canned goodsor at the home
01 Mr.
Shirley Hughes sister of) the hold Qenwood.. Unit I, John perishable food to be given Lynch DeBary. Harold
( II; bride Will flower girt She wudressed Joseph Hoban. 119 W Beresford to a needy family. Refreshment Guests welcomed
f In a green satin floor Av., Unit n: Mrs Victoria will be served bring own Lynn DeLand were Mn
park and Mn
Johnson Sha Da Land Trailer
length gown fashioned along the and
Fabulous Fox Capalatg In cup spoon Jerry Martin Cheyenne Wyo
Park, Unit It
same lines of the gown worn by Mn. James
Norwegian Blue Whli the honor attendant. Her headpiece DL93i19.1A1arMrs p.m. Dec 19 the presented
or .. program by giving Christmas
Opsl wa a small satin dear bow : Irene M. Calhoun Chris COLE SONA This
wa followed .
with a short face veil She I flan Missionary Alllanc Home; four pound 13H' ounce son singing Christmas y
carried a basket of roue petals. I Harry Lawrence Denham 1037 wa born to Mr. and Mr*. Millard carols.
From $100 George E. Doly. NAS. Sanford Dutton Ave.; Mr*. Elizabeth Cole, 131 W Howry Ave.
was best man Ushers wen Quay CUtt N. Palmetto Ave: at 4:211: p.m. Dec!. M.HOLFO8D .
s Wayne Boocal, NAS Sanfordand Mrs Bertha Lowman 318 W. ION Cooper'sShoe
4 r +a+c+t+f,'f t u t r t ri+s I Bill Kauftman Euclid Ave. Mr and Mrs Ronald G Wol

For her daughter" wedding WV Memorial ford, DeLand are the parents of
Mr*. Hughes chose a pink sheath ANDERSON' SON' a son weighing five pounds three Service
dress with matching coat of Mr and Mr. John t. Anderson ounces born at S a.m. Dec. U.ADM1S8IOTS3 .
brocade and black accessories 139 Beresford Ave., are : 11 East Rich Av*. .
t' l\lre. Travw mother of the the parent of a son weighing Jewell M. Yelvlngton. Seville; Up.TDitlShoe
LIFT bridegroom selected a blue suit right pounds U ounce, born at I Mr*. Jacqueline Nordmann. 513
't, i with black accessories Both 4:15: a.m. Dec UMERRITT i N.Bostoa Av*.) Charity Canes!*, Repairing
mother wore whit orchid Corsage DAUGHTER 437H W. New York Ave All Work GuuinlMd
*. A daughter, weighing seven DISMISSALS!
i Reception pounds two ounce, was born Eudle E. Hogan Orange City;
I, Immediately- following the to Mr and Mr*.. Gary A. Mer Mrs WWlam Bryant and Infant Shoe Shin. Parlor

,r'd.. 4 r s, rII ceremony a reception was heldIn tilt 443 N. Cara Ave., at 2:41 daughter Rout one.
:MFr'h" +pr i the Moos Lodge The bride
table wa centered with an arrangement .

I 4 I J of bridal flowers
u- rlry After the traditional cutting of For His
t'I ;R, I ', ,t y the,wedding cake by the newlywed \1; ChristmasGIVE '

} *, Mr. Peggy Kauffman.
I served cake and Mrs. Jerry
;.w.eIJZ Caspmon, served punch and .
i '
I wu assisted by Donna Hughes, HIM ,

11 I. J ; = 11 sister of the bride ( Ole" 1
Mr. "
Betty dark was la
charge of the bride book The Brands You Know and Trust
I 1"1\ni' y Mt'>f A I I After spending some time with \
I ) t < their guests Hi* lewlyweds' left .' "\11,, ,

1 J for a honeymoon to Wisconsin i'. I.: "
Maryland and Virginia For .
: a' r' r i-13 r 4 ,
traveling! the bride chase a black
Spring Wedding Planned and whit suit with black acce ARROW "'t : .I oriel and the white orchid :' 4'x

front her bridal bouquet. After ."
Mr and Mr. Arnold t. MoneU. Lake Helen are announcing Dec 37..the couple will reside ., '. t' ; t n! l : ,. ""I.
4 the ant u.m ut of their daughter Jacqueline E Monetl. to Robert at 444 S. Boulevard.

Allan Bray. son of Mr and Mra C. F. Bray tate Helen. .'' : PRINCE GARDNER ; : .: .:, '
Want to stretch that fresh fruit : ,
The wedding will be an event of arly spring at the Lake ,
compote are serving for mod' ,
you unexpected r ''
Helen Congregational Church.Th a '
Glamorous Fox or guests Freezer.chill Wallets '' ''f'
brldlcl la a IBM gradual of DUnd High School T H: "'
Mlnk Trimmed Ctihmtr where ell was a member of the Wbeelattea and tbs Olt Club. canned pineapple chunks or tld : : .
bits and add 14 ...., : .
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See la ptaaantly, alUndlng Daytona Beach Junior Colitis wberj syrup C. ;
I Swtaiars. White or B.lg'. : ah* la a number,of the.College Choru ,v'.:' asd all. ,(. ANS"1"' r If., .. of.\?\ .

Ur Bray I* a 1M graduate at DeLand 'High School, and : .. "'
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tajiU MLUB (FLORIDA) SUN NrNS SUNDAY, Wt 10,1714 ; "
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Fin CJirtattaa Church
I _"Oftlif. '.' Members eC H Christian Wo J , .. i iI i 'men's. Feffloww of the First\ ,' '
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.,. Christian Ottftll..w meet' ui i f '
rune,tl, i regular aesstoa at I p.m. tomor- "
edits Mir U) the church 'parlor for aChristmas I I
t I program. Mrs. Bernard
hen, Meece will be In charge. I
I Members arc reminded to.( bring i II I
i blessing boxes and remember
r mal Christmas card tree in the
r narthex .f the churcH. Croup ,
Jell 8. '
dreg\ I five will be.the hostess group. I
wood Flat Methodist
They The general meeting of the
3. Womaa'i 'Society of Christian
Service First Methodist Church a?
Mb* will be held at 2:30: p.m. tomorrow
DeLand In the Wesley Fellowship.
Colo., to Han. The members of the executive
I! her '' committee will be in chargeof 'f
B. the Christmas program and rr :

wan r social ,our. Preceding the meeting 1 '
Charle. the Prayer Group- will .., '
I who will gather at 2 p.m. in the chapel ;

LaBattS. Trinity Methodist Jft \
The general meeting of the
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During Woman's Society of Christian ,
guests. Service, Trinity Methodist -:" "

P. "', Church. Will .be A. rhri fm. ..........: '
will be luncheon at U30; p.rn.: tomorrowIn : ..11Io 0 '"", -,_, ,.- .,_ ."....,... r::' \'
"11II11", Fellowship Hall. The members
Florida, of Circle Eight will be In Engagement Announced ;*
of the. charge of the program.*Hostessrs -' ..'. l .. V: >. .
wlU be the local church
here activity committee." "The Birth '! a engagement of Miss Sara Lucille Courter to Marcus W.
oj Chrisf" will bethfnwgram Todd Is. being "announced today by the bride-elect's > aunt and
I First in scripture and music. Solo uncle. Mr.;and Mrs. William Ostraoder Route three.
:Ai U. 'S. M. part will be'by choir members. The bride-elect is the daughter of W. A. Courier. Walker Vat'
I L. Fred ley N.T.. while the prospective-bridegroom: ,, U the son of Mr.
; I Is Freabyterlan and Mr., Robert D. Todd Aanandale Ya. M
The Women of the "
day. Church Miss Courier la a graduate from the -Valley Central Riga
Presbyterian Church,
Hawaii. ] will School Montgomery N.Y., with the class of 1981. She Is pre
hold their December ,meetingone ...aU,. employed Nelaners la- DeLand. -
Hwe week early, ,due to Christ.
Mr. Todd is a 1980 graduate from the Aoaandale High school
days at mat The will be at '.
] meeting 2p.m. Annandale V*.. and Is presently in th'FNvy stationed a, the
Mi* T. tomorrow in
Fellowship Naval Air Station Sanford. :1>
Ave., Hall at the church: : :
; o, No date baa been set for the wedding.Chapter .
Plans U. CoL ; St. Pllt...'. Church
Spring .
Hunter, Today members of the Sacred
i i iI' Heart Brock: Mrs.:'Ethel':
and' Circle will sponsor a Braadenberf
Camp Christmas 'Bazaar in the' parish 186 OES er and Mn. Patricia: Mayer/
Mr. and Mn Wesley.L. Tyler, Enterprise, announce the ea- .
fftgement of their daughter Linda 0111.0 Bobby V., Robertson, 'Mr. I' lall. An assortment of articlesfor It's a food Idea tlllflrY.'a hot
i ton of Mr. and Mri. Raymond 0. Robertson, Winter Park.* all ages at reasonable prices
on' the lunch
The brldelect Is 1'108a graduate of and High School and their Sheryl will be available af'day.: Coffeeand Has Yuletide] Meet menu even la warm or weather.The : supper.
1i presently attending Daylona.Beach, Junior.Colleie.. Continental Breakfastserved hot
offering might be chick
Th prospective bridegroom I* a graduate from/Dixle-Ratlina; ; pending' hi" the 'parlab haU after Over SO'.members and visitor .., ,broth with
strips of. cooked
parents, 1:30: S and '10am.: '
'Hlfh! School In St. Petersburg. end Is new attending tht, Unlver.elty 'Masses by
WUaonS, the Sacred Heart. were greeted; bj Mn. Florence lIam, water chestnut led green
Circle. Ladles
01 Florida. He 1* a,member (1.1mb.{( Chi Alpha' ,social : i '
,iftsternlty. > :'Mr.., of the Rosary-Altar SocIety will Baker, worthy ,matron; at Frl- celery: 1 1:
After a iprlnf wedding the couple will reside In Gainesville, and receive Holy'Communion In.a! dayday"night's meeting of Vo-
where both .. .,ODl".r'lt.oI" .Florida, .sons body at the S a.m. Mass.Tuesday'arTrarpin lush Chapter 18, Order of .
jt: caianan t.I : Novena Eastern 'Star.'Thl'meeting WU' NOTICE! ; ;
Mr. and
I >votlons to our Lady' Wt will jiff
PHS' 1958.'rads(; Have Kntghti ::0/ ,Pjih u, They S. plan ; ,:At Miraculous. !. Medal in the. Church., Manonlc Temple. than fo.... frkatfs ysur.*4 rl yen..
Adult .
'p."" Choir practice The for
$Initiation scheduled '
t. upend 1 oJ the Se I'" keel ''are. *. filL
Auxiliary Set iii the
Party Adult Inquiry Friday night was postponed due
i II Annual. Get.Tagether'.t '' Christian Class will be at II, PJft. in the to. Jllness._ The .work was exemplified Deliveries will ,be made n yen
Members or tfie'Knight* .o( Rrork'a- wrtsh'hall and'will be conducted by two members f acting specify, ir surly Carbfrnai hen
The home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. Pythias andPythian Sisters'wW.held ,. Lor by the Rev. John Rodger as 'candidates: WI SUGGEST i \ 41p*' '

',W Weaver,; 'Florida: Ave., wN / ,.. 'supper -Tueilay 'ati 6:30': family, Thursday! Midnight Mass will The advisory( committee for, Wftillef d tlcleM. ,,TiW,
;the setting, Friday ev..I"fot." ; p.m.:. 'fD owcf J b# ..' Oirlstinai' Brock.. .- ( t : .be held 1n.the church .Adult the Ordef of Rainbow,for Girls FRUIT;: :MAIMALAD .-, CAN
I the annual "get-together" of the party and'l" exchange of, gifts.1'\ ,'Mr, choir before will Mass.YFITAuxiliary sing. English' Carols was appointed by the Incoming DIES, end. CONFECTIONS .
:women II'lduattl.trorn..DeLID4 : Blul. l Worthy Matron and approved Cmtess. racket!. !Is "All.! 'rkllongsi. ,
>!High School, class of 1958. Frances McLaughlin, :Mrs. Sue spend: tb by the chapter. Installation will. )
The party ..decorationswere O'Kelley Mrs Nancy Phillips,;, son t| be in January "
carried out la the holiday-motif Columbia. Mu.):' 'Mr.. 'Janice;, St. }' ? I ITMini' Af the concluslM of the meet' Clftj! Fer 'AD'I y
;throughout tile house: 1! Lancaster, 'Altamonte -Springs;' .1fwUa:1, > Membrsyot the ladles AuxU- : leg there.w.. a' tift _chllll_. ) ; : '
Attending from DeLand'! were Mr. Georgia Halch r. Eau | (' ; I lary, Veterans of F01"f'tn.-Wan, Member ot the Rainbow for AIIING\ S.
[Mrs. Mary Lou Peffer Mrs. Gallic and Miss Becky McDonald City, tl. l I will meet tomorrow at the.VFW I girls were.ln charge of the dec-,
1 1llubarl Cuenther Mn. Vivian 'New York Qt1'0: : and Mrs. i post home at 8 pjn. A donationfor orations. GIFTSFSUI'I;;
Mn. Idalna Rogen, Mrs field Ave the Christmas be :
Pagan tending was Lola at"J banket to .Refreshments were served by 1121 tenth nab DUKHlw .
,Mrs. Betty Jean Jones, Mrs. i DeLand. 111% given ,t& a needy! family.should the committee composed of Mrs .y,1IS, a. at Ti: }'tk Ki
NlprlNt eNRwNenrrnPl Nrw are! expec : 'be brought. to this meeting. Belle Grantham, Mrs. Evelyn.:

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l'b I A fair/. generous annual**! f
VolusiansI I fat and anfar art usually festnd
In refrigerator yeast dot '
By RUTH : '
cause these 15grodketsle .. e
Newspaper! yeast to work even during;
When a In Service j cold storage
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band, ahe' : ve r a) Mrs H. H. Brook 33T E

abe sean wtil of be BO I Aboard WW (U runral.* lucky Ave, .la serving
'So' SACRAMfiNTO! (AOI-1) Patrol Squadron Eleven bead
The man
that Ms wU ,i nrf'NC'Maftll/ lt'I Mat at the Naval Air Station B
irond Clue WUUam G Btaln,
portant and wick MAllnCM..mbenl /. -,
i I SN, son ol Mr. and 'Mr*.
save ilmself I 1103 Lake Tal of the Scrt4n
forgo) Brain
The wile who madje Dr., I la art,.Sag. aboard the were recently dtefl for merMttioua .
her led
es fast combat support ship MB aclUevemeDt.1II) aviatlMi
I tant doesn Sacramento, operating with the safety This was the squadron's
the doean Seventh Fleet In the Far East fourth Consecutive accident: frefe
cularly want, I The Sacramento Is the newest year '
other women. and largest member of the la Hawaii
The wife Pacific Fleet Service Force andIs SITU INFANTRY DIV,
makes her feel : the first of a new class of HAWAII (AHTNC) George H
alone without : ships designed to operate with Perlno Jr. 35, whose parent
save without a the fast task carrier force. Uve on Route three, was promoted
wiry for la Ceasl Guard to captain Nov. 27 while
little the hat mal Program At Tourist Club ticcc BrnrcRswiir (WA. serving with the 25th Infantry
Important to at CL.383) FHTNC) Coast Guard Division
human being Ltcutenaat Commander Andrew Captain Perlno t Is a platoon

The wife \ D.Land Tourist Club tomorrow, I p,m. at the' DeLaad Senior Kith School Audi i Nixon son of Mr, and Mr, Joseph .leader tat Company A of thedivlaloa'e
band II proud : \ t M 9 m. for a brief busines meeting with Muasell Lea,"'. apsafcsr nsinff M bin toplo T. Nixon Plrrson .la saving \ 125th Signal Battalion.)
to let her : aboard the Coast Guard Cut. tie entered the Army In June
overeat aa the program of Christmas' mosle. This group la Invited.. back leer iliac year to ter Bittersweet, operating out 191 and was stationed at Fort
feeling of pro sent this talsnted\ vecal treup. 01 Ketchlkaa.. Alaska. The Bittersweet Bragtf.. NC.. 'before arriving la
busy trying to school cafeteria.. where daaolng will follow. Membership UoksM. are still available at U a lag foot buoy tender Hawaii oa this tour of duty m
pride In her. responsible for the servicing of tar J9M.
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The captain was a graduate In
v The wife I aids to navigation la the south
what she dote i '' 111 =[ err 'r) eastern Alaska area 1937 from' DeLand High School
tireless .worker I If ; :.\ This .hlp also provides supply and In 1M1! from Stetson University

gets to f, ( ... support for several 2 isolated light la DeLand. He Is, a
member jttt Lambda Chi
u7"The ,\ I \ ,"C"" \ stations and at regular Intervals Alpha.
.I 1 f rater sty.
wife 1 j I", '' I" '" Elba make* logistics tripe to Juneau, His wife, line, I* with him InHawaii.
over business < and Kodiak Alaska .,
and treats her,. \ In m Nary ?J
In financial 1'I": \ : UM PROVIDtNCB' (CLQI)
ed to cheat a niTNC) FIre Control Technician ......
tells him,how I ,'. John r. Drswdy USN Wills J Hn'. 'I
cost She lite* ...I, : : ; son of Mr. and Mr*. ,':. D.
tot/ Drawrfy W.'!)Ivt.loaSt.. graduated
as a.full '
.The i nun, wb < I Nov. 27 from recruit trainIng Hair Styling Salon ,
know he truly f \.,"' at the Naval Training Center sad _
side can be. 124404''J' San Diego, Calif. He learneJbade '
flags U here to military law customs and Deeya'Cosmetic
etiquette, seamanship, and a
A contented
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basic knowledge shipboard"
for someone
feel Important.The H4[ 1 routine Ot.a I Dare A Wtehla.nln
E t With*! a!uadreaBRUNSWICK. By As,*,lfrtiM.
great I MAINE IFHT' 114 .. mph Art .... 7M-77M
times Is dubbed NC Airman Richard t i
bird world." 7. >;: Boy Brooks USN I0' Mr, and II] -=-9't

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.. Coes Byrd, Plr
his first rw
al his home /
Ills maternal ,
are Mr and .,'s
Randal, Imports
I radmothr
I Alice: Byrd, Bar Four-Years.Old

ksthy Silvers, daughter ef Mr and Mr.. Marshall Silvers.
j Duplica b 134 If.,Tuxedo Ave.. wa four ytara old DM. IT MM eelsbrsted
the ocoaslon with a party ft? tnvlUnc several neighborhood friend
to' the home of her parents They were served the traditional
Winners birthday cake and tot erssm. Those attending were Johnny Wolf,
An. sod Belay Tutee and Kelly Buyers, auter of the honor*.
of duplicate\" bridge I Her patsrnsl irandparenta are Mr and Mrs. Leonard \lv.r., kI"e "
: the I of Ibis city, and hr maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. :
Friday nlfht St
Paul Mowsa..Miami.ANNOUNCEMENT.
; Club,* Perfect I
WA Mrs. Carp t .
du'et'tor'jwVfrn' \
vInner ''were ; CALENDAR S,4' 'Cf '
and Don Mac
first; Mrs Edwin
.t This calendar of rants U supplied bf the various clubs and
Mil.Frank Austin\ ,
I n co I Dsflla and Phi rfsnttatlons. The Bun New to not responsible for programs Vial j J
third. Mrs. George do not adhere to the schedule listed below. Any chants must be I
Whether Col. James Snath- to our office by Wednesday preceding date of publl "Uoa, 1 II I

maksr.or r
women I Ia on MONDATJ ;
winners were' Mr.
b the wstoH, : : B Conk firstj: Dr.: "' I o-Clvttn Club, Calico Kltebsa Restaurant ., > r
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her I In the
Mun us'sed> Lodis ltd clubhouse f. Clara Ave. '
(Guaranteed you can swlrn I Long'' and George ** oo-VFW Atuiliary vrw Post !Mom, .. Alabama Aye.TCZAPATI '

resistant and I ; Mr, aadMnt:

unbreakable You '; fourth.ThiPed.s U.06-ItI.altla Club Calk S3toben Restaurant. '
csn regular 11:So-DsLaad Woman Club ai elubbouae
costs See our
has been moved 4 O-Uons Club clubhouM N. Garfield A**
lection!Ing styles,. : I y at 1 due 00-PUot: \ Club dine aiHUD si Calico Kitchso Rsttaufant y
lo-at.: John a loop, Masoole Temple \
Priced ** I oOvWomea *f the Moose. Chapter 1001 a tI
\ I Ofr-Kaifbte of Pythlaa. Myrtle Lodi II. C of P Roll .
: I lo-AJeohettse AAoaymoua, 4M W. inch Avs, hoot 1M44M
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by lomatsst tt r 4 1;00 .,ra.-C*MO breakfast matln%. Calko Btcbea! I' .
reports oa virlaua 1:.*-DsUnDuph ate Bridge nab Dserfeot Road lubhMM
rtrnnta, some 0' epee .. fee publto"
110 Lest : I9-.VTW: AoaWary card lutyal post bom. Open. pvblto. ,, ".'
Ph. tt 1:$-AII Mate.. Ohrtetms party. Tourist *tuHww**
M. showed up U *
I das T H-Clvll Air' Palest. Cadets ai DsUad
: Airport.IeniN
flounced that the garden this pine cone and accented "$hrrp Column." ,
with a flguria at Santa.Mr lejusdf Mesh at 1.1.00Pythhe .
month for December Is at thee Taul tell me he was i termite .
*. Powell announced that .. *. BeLaad Temple at. KeTP flap
Mrs. c. H. Ckorpenlag,MagnoliaOrel side sad exterminator had successful oa hid busl sob 11 -Amestsaa Lefltsn. poet and Aufflary,.Legion (tometvfCaBDAYi

s *, will be chairman of the ..... He always tarried battle n ,
forthcoming Table Shew" to be of termite with him Jift la .t .-.... **** UM4T* I*. Odd r IV>ws Hall .
held. Feb. 14 .la the Cardea Crater. case he couJd. 't find any 'p. QM Il: 4>otais sil. hub covered'dub supper Towlst clubhouse ln l
Cborpenlng asked that .
house U be treated."1 ramA'f n
each president can her by J... .1"r
$ II sad report the type of table presented the ...ajnrndmat to \> CXJUITUAirEATVKOATt I Saimfa :
her circle wffl display.Themtstoas be vrt.d 011; which passed,* ) 1i tows Ir(<< ,

CSWM, fflv committee comp The ext'meeting will be Jaa.X t-D.Gnd: Dualteato Bridge dub:: lesson Read sJubfcoweOpe .. 8 .
Last Minute f *ed of Mrs.Rhode SpeB. Mrs. at ISO: am. to the Garden to be *. '
Nell s* Jabs Cane, end Mrs. jack Reed Center.building.Sttitmtitelht ; puMt to deliver/ !/ "
Gift $2.98 C,. :

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a) CeseetatUNeiMey fa the
Orssses fttolltahJw.ed 1 Potted PlantsCenterpkcN '$h4/n row >' ,

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2 Nation's Economy Sparked By .,Automobile Iridttsty'Optimism): Actions

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I NEW YORK AP) Optlmli. other quarter'buoyed the out. an Gk pie hliL. In ,Chicago .echoed ty$'$!ew of k11 itDJt RaAwad. track' wftk TIll! .gmnJti. can staled in tile em" pqtJlt, : ",Ford; ellpped 1t +pejfrceat. In.
tic word and unprecedented look. Son/arm )Job climbed to S9- I auto executive,::'forecasting. f90.b.latJlf1nHl'1Iext On the darker' side, apprehensions ever tU* year wouft exceed. 7per cember StffeSc\ I*'tfe first* fluenced by- the strike in November
deeds In the auto Industry Prerlatmel retail; buying 349,000 for a. rise 4* 195,000 from ,. :tear. especMyln about- *. poMible ateettftke c*ftt. ila .10 day showed deHverfe of that slowed. ?:production
parked the nation' economy hit a tat pace, up 3 per cent October. the.* first h.u.' next spring" quickened a' optimism,. Furd'a prejee US. bult Dew can snared to to a creep for several days.
lut week. from a year ago The threat of a Steel production, beaded toward Austin T. Cushman, chairman mite. Although,postponed agate, tkm wa* dose to those of Frederic 339.185. up nearjy 40000) from More than MO.000 nlti
Top officer of the big three dock strike at Eut Coast and a mark about 10 mflllon of Sears Roebuck and' Co., foresaw the threat of a railroad Ifrk.altf1' G. Conner GVeeral Motors the comparable span to 1961 scheduled In were
automaklng companies predict. Gulf ports dissolved. The stock ton beyond the already exceeded gain ol 4 to 5 per cent in Jan 1 remained, Housing board chairman and Lynn a The UcketY cpUt Chrysler *eDing for a third week running plant To
ed a brighter 1965 even u facto market shook off a sinking 1955 record of 117 million spring sales by retafer Optimistic Mart slumped extending a Townsend president of drysler pace ran 53 per cent ahead meet quota, Saturday work
rite throbbed at a near record 5peH. at leant temporarily! ton, pushed past the 120 million expression also came trend of relative weakness All three companies said of a year ago GM dally dellveriea wa planned In 31 of the auto
production clip Show room Government figure put !In- ton level from heads of large oil farm Henry Ford H. chairman of they were letting out a notch on were 10 per cent higher Industry's <47< assembly plant
sale wen reported at an all- Austria! production: at an hlstorIc Ranking spokesmen for steel machinery construction and the No 3 automating concern I I ambitious capital expansion
time high.Favorable\ peak la November. and and a half dozen other major appliance firm and from HarryC foresaw IT million new car program for next year '
developments from showed nonfarm employment at I tndustriea. appearing. on a panel I Murphy president. of the sale in 1965 plus 1.4 million I Meantime, dealer sale fairly 'I reU DOAND OFtOUOA) SON NEWS SUNDAY DEC 20,1 It" IIr
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A U,S. Air Force refueling
plane crashed while landing at
the Ernest Harmon Bus here I IS :
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KCS7 -Unfrcy, UUoneif at the I
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was returning, from a refueling
flight when it crashed at 3:30 tP
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were not made public
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i the time of the crash light snow
was being blown over the area
'by? high winds,

It.was the third crash of"U.S. ,
to. military planes la this province 4

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NEW YORK (AP)"' Crisp depth of dust on the moons lurface. ,
clear weather CCTOM much ol ,..II!
the country provided a perfect A six-member team Mach : a'iI't' ,
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\ \ Steve McQueen's Past Recalled Over Wreath THEATERS BOULEVARD

I I Itt More Ort el LifeGaOrtTeAMtvU
I BOLLYWOOD (AP) There I public Is 'Just thAt: a leUsuffl- derstanding! .( the motivation Cut 011 a fret ii dte '
) ( )
: 1s. handsome Christmas : dent plant where the boys role ot bore to twuble He r.n.xplalMd' Th.Jf''" 1 I lea ed \ atI Nett' .
\ "wreath! banging in the entranceto I themselves with adult j fuldam < the alternatives ofSteve's I Boya' R eimb' I Ifedi w bnt ........It. m listed a. walwd Tha" OJ' 3t4S. Shaw 6:15
the) WOM commlsary with a *. future life: he could goon and the wli,1e apnldlte re' 1 tI ..... "'.....rTil* see Ni' ...t ; p.
sign saatng others like It can beordered "The system works out Else," getting into trouble, or he main vital, fa his :me M lessee be .. MXilkl tie say I.... TONITE TUESDAY
by calling the officeol My McQueen In retrospect "If could Mart learning to get along I rotate aalsew en ln..snss&ATRESS
Steve la Color- At I:1S aid I:M
McQueen. you allow the boys to run the with other human beings.Steve .
Why it a movie itar telling boys, you can pretty well be admit tt was probablythe Actor Says I ,, C Ct' "MUSCLE AtiU BEACH. PA1TT"Fraakla
Christmas wreaths sure that discipline win be kept. turning point In his life THEATER Anisette
The answer goes far back Into When! a clean cottage means the He learned to do his work, Today through Thursday ",'.1111
McQueen' past to an episode he- chance to see a movie once a and there Is plenty to do at "How the West Was Won" withan
has seldom discussed: It con month and one boy cad wipe out Boys' Republic."I all-star cast Feature at 1,
cents another Christmas, when the privilege by demerit, you had the garbage duty dun Money BuysHappiness rMr'U 332: (04: 836.:
be was barely a teenager but can bet the others will see that Ing my Christmas at Boys' Republic .
possessed a toughness beyondhis he suffers for his Infractions." ," he recalled "Listen, tt Friday, Saturday -"PaJama rTl
I yean, Young Steve dldnt see the warn't a bad Job at all You Just Parry' with Tommy Kirk
GOT Df TROUBIR wisdom of the system at flnt.H had to haul out the cans three ] [ Annette Funlcello Feature at
Inevitably, he got in trouble ran away, landed Ifl 'Jail and times a day. There were a lot IK: 3:32: 5:32, 7:32, 9:32.:
with the law He wag offered the was returned to Boys' Republic. worse jobs" r ;
I :choice of stern punishment, or "I got my lump from the other One of his other duties was BOrLEVARDDRIVE.1X
,enrollment at Boys' Republic, a fellows," he said.FtTtTlE assembling' the Delia Robbla HOLLYWOOD APP "Morsey THEATER
r buys happiness'' George Se ATHENS ALL-STAR FILM In the late 1830s, l ,f
private Institution dedicated to VIEWEDHe Christmas wreaths, which are an
,straightening out boys (n trouble I also had long talk with put on public sale each year gal sayl with refreshing( candor American pioneer family take their homemade raft Today through Tuesday At
lie chose the latter. the superintendent Steve remembers I with proceed helping to supportthe as be surveys the most Impor down the Ohio' River in the massive Metro-Goldwyn. <:15, 9::54, "Muscle Beach
; Located at Chino, 30 miles : him ai a formidable republic. Steve staved thereabout taut year of Us life Mayer-Cinerama "How the West Was Won." Party" with Annette At 8:09, ,, ; where
I east of Los Angeles, Boy. n.. I looking man with a patient un a year, then left to ship After years of listening to left production Bikini Beach" with Frank! "'
deadly serious actors proclaim Shown to right are Agnes Moorehead, Debbie Reynolds Avalon. BARS
"money Isn't everything! ," I Kimm Charney and Carroll Baker. Karl Malden '
was delighted to hear Segal con ii at the stern, with Bryan Russell in foreground. The Wednmulsjr Thursday At A8YOUDAREi -
Irm what most of us common picture, filmed in Metrocolor on locations covering nine (:30, "Palm Spring Weekend. (
Just Arrived Our LastPreChristmas
folks believe with Troy Donahue. At I:30,
AFFORD BOB1 SITTER states', boasts a great cast of 24 stars. The film plays Ilerculei Unchained" with 4i is
through Thursday at the Athena Theater.
Steve Reevet
"Of course money makes a ,
difference" said the actor, who ,"' \ :' thaRU E !

Order of Color TV Sets! pent plays at years$43 a In week Broadway"Nowmy t QtlESTlO\AniE TASTE CITED "lie Friday Hides, Saturday Tall" -with At 6 DanD :30, a,.

u ryea. At 8:14, "Your "
wife and I can afford a girl ,to
Cheatin Heart" with George Dec. 2i n & U
watch the baby. We can/ go out
every night of the week if we Movie i Industry LeadersSee Ham Christmas'l 11 to D.with At fling 9:58 Crosby, "White "TOIH CHEATIN' MEA "
want to and sometimes we
do .
"And' when we're In New
F IttlviI York, It'I not a matter1 ol '
tIM r Morals Crisis In 65By
usr whether we can afford to go to
Sardl's, but whether we want to
10," I r Vi se YIW11GRAuAIjrWASIL

George Segal la a happy actor -
I : and no wonder, the' 30th BOB THOMU stamped the movie with a C N
year has brought him the kind AP Motto\ .Television Writer condemned This hal rarely HOW
of success an actor's dreams HOLLYWOOD (tAP Film happened to a major Hollywood
art. made of He has appeared Industry leaders are looking film
III "Invitation to a Cunflghter" with apprehenilon to 1963, the ASTOMSHMKST "-
R end "?be New Interns" lie The
< legion expressed "as Ion.
fear w U crisis
year many bring a
joined the International cast ol In movie: morals ishment" that the code administration THE
"Ship of Fools" and is now finishing '. seal would to to a film
'1 MOTOROLA the title role In "King With censorship reins "10 patently Indecent and im
Rat" u the only American greatly eased, the major companies moraL"
amid a flock of Britishers. have been pouring forth "It addedIt: is difficult to
( : How did It all happen? films with a heavy quotient of understand how such approval
f/DE1111 "I'm not sure," said George sex and seduction It seems almost Is not the final betrayal of the WESTATHENS
ULtY1S10N jjy REO HIGH KADIOl "I guess I had to wait for certain incredible that only a few trust which has been placed by
: things to happen years ago "The Moon Is Blue"was
so many in the organized indus
8EBIESOFE\EMS: dined: a production code try's' sell-regulation."
heal because the word "virgin"
What happened wa a aeries Hollywood newsmen recently
of events, any one of which was used"The got a look at what caused the
might have broken the chain if I Moon Is Blue" seems! a .legion's indignation 'Kiss Me
It hadnt occurred. If George fairy tale compared to today's Stupid" tells the story of a
hadn't had an old-ttyle,.,hard'i/I. movies, winging singer named Dlno
sell agent, who tell to his !kneesto i. HHATS LIMIT (Dean Martin> who gets stuckIn
plead for a role for his boy How far can the! movie makers a Nevada town when a couple :
.In "Invitation to a Gunflghter" go without arousing militant of amateur songwriter try to .
..If George hadn't been at a action by the moralists7 sell him tunes.
i: I; party where he met Robert Some Industry observers be To keep him in town, the piano -
Conn, producer of "The New In sieve the limit Is being pushed teacher (Ray Walston
t, iiscreenpctangubr tl'rnl""U! "Ship of Fools". producer They cite numerous examples of hires a floozy (Kim Novak to
o ,," -director Stanley Kramer questionable taite pot a*.his wife and throw herself -
-# badat also produced 'Invita The cause cefrbr of the moral at Dlno, But things get
:,., lion to a Gunflghter" etc., etc. crisis may turn out to be a mixed up and Dino spends the Now Flaying
i'' Anyway, It did happen, and film from the needier of American ). night with the real wife (Felicia -
I George Sego 1* being hailed as mores, Billy Wilder HI* Fair), The story is told in raucous Festered leo; 3:33; /:M 1'34"
'A the new dramatic star for 1963. "KlH Me. Stupid" U arriving style with emphasis on
I About George: he Is reddish- Just in time for the Christmas double entendres.
hatred, blue-eyed with a medium holidays, .
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I I IM build and medium good The film has brought a sharp EE( ttCC tu: t( t:
looks H* Is an amiable fellow In I break between the production r i
conversation, but before the code administration and the
camera he comes on strong, powerful National Legion of Decency
i I The cod administration, I
t The world' first postage which the major' companies Chris.tmas
stamp appeared in 1840, and sponsor and support, gate a
"I was issued by Great Britain. Before seal of approval to Me, .
1, that time the fee had to be Stupid.
(it collected In cash from the pet- I I The legion, which classifies Give Music On ,;M j

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Model !*CK302A-C n*fnporry ttyl.,.
with clan uncluttered Mn**, ? '. "' '
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listens as an George'larr\llton..tells hard-to on. .
angry ;
m.,', new' aboui : Another Important THIS vlnce Arthur OConnell that he wrote the pew song All 11.OO OFF List' Price ) I IOn
Motorola Color/'5 :6s sdvantagei.thiaTh..etaToetartwtththe I which they have submitted to the music publisher ins
IMW tube is about 5.2 this scene from 'Your Cheatin Heart," which plays ;

.picture la mUnruUr. inches shorter from w Friday and Saturday at the Boulevard Drive-In Theater, The Brand New B.itl't Lp "B>rJ1T.E3'SS" ** I' fl
front to bark than ordinary -- The Metro-Goldwyn Mayer picture, also starring Red .; |

." ; natural full, bigger ahsp, with similar!] a @ round color NOT Buttons, tells the dramatic and moving story of of the the most late with: T Feel FIn,", "Sht' A Woman", and 9 more! .1., J
, country-western singer Hank Williams, one ,
t"beno Color/65"be C
to color ntovi,. ,All
THIS popular natural entertainers of his time. Filmed in -

' :, I 'I'other cUUr, produced Hie comm.r la America" -today- (note trios.csa They be fit dim back and"- r sa -. Panavhioa song bite the film features"i 10: of: Williams'- greatest ,. ._ or The Capri Music Maker fi
clo0 th* wall -ware v ..
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, smaller and rounded off.' Look blond t'*utifuUy with other fur.nishlop. r" ""'' '' -' :
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( tort So why to** the estra enjoyintent furnltur dlfni including d co- 4-Speeda
? Motorola Color/65 aU cn: rater sets designed by Drxieiduvly i fJli MOVIE PARTYCHILDREN'S ; 9 5

\ ftwta tm6tttn\J for Motorola I Uabreebable'Plutlc $19'
add......r to your THURSDAY ,DEC 24, Csae' ', '. i

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] Danny Thomas Planning: f


S Film On Christ's Birth I 1 1

lIe POLLYWOOD (API The "The tMnlahed Danrt" and
birth of Christ *i seen through gave a warm touching per ;
- tie eyes of St. Joseph! formanc
"It'i a story that has never In 1951. he played songwriter
beets told before" says Danny Gus Kahn In "I'll See You in My
Thomas, the comedian-tycoon. Dreams," a boxofflce hit. That
Thomas and Oscar-winning was followed by "The Jazz Sing
director Frank Capra are busily er." Then he jot too successfulIn Jk
at work on the project. They television to continue with a
I had hoped to have It as Danny' movie career. }
television special for Christmas, Now he owns several hit !"" :
but !now it will :'com up foe' shows on television. Includlna"Gompr r .
Easter. Pyle." 'The Dick VanDyke I '
R\%S'T DECIDED Show" "The Andy Griffith IJ.T, ;
"Frank wants me la play St. Show" and "The Joe Bishop
..... Joseph" says Danny. "I don't Show"
know. But what a fascinating "All our shows have a preoccupation I
"Q drama I with trouble" says i :
"Can you Imagine 'how this Danny. "Nothing Is shared by .
man must have felt when his so many ppople." -r 11'
young wife:; told htnl she was to r' .
U. become the mother t ot the babe '
'who Was to bN'om."tbt Savior Strike DelayedJACISONVILLE RECEIVES DECREE Marv Lou Her, mg 349 N.
s "We'vechecked and checked associate in arts de
and ran find that no dramatistever AP) Alonalloorl'mPn' Garfield Ave., DeLand accepts! an
E! before told the story of the strike at 10 gree from DBJC dean K. VV. Whetstone. She was among "t ..
Nativity through the eyes of SI. south Atlantic ports has been 44 students receiving degrees at PBJC this week
..... Joseph He Is, In many ways delayed at least until Jan. 11 )Z
the forgotten man of the Christmas It was to have started today. More '
- I II Sugarcane M.
., story" D. A. Watts, management negotiator !Slate Voting '
from Jacksonville said
Thomas would be good the decision affects about 5,000 i I Seen For; Florida .: f.i:
feaatlng for St. Joseph. Although longshoremen at ports from
entrenched as a comedian, be la Moorehead City, N.C., to'Tam. Forecast On I WASHINGTON! (AP-The Agriculture .c'
a fine dramatic actor: pa. ; .. Department predicts ,
I In 1947 he co starred with .andon wwlaiN. president of an Increase of almost 3M mil ert\Utat.\ .
l t young' Margaret O'Brien .la Local 1408. International Longshoremen's ,I lion tons In Florida's sugarcane :
Association, confirmed Yearly Meets\ production. \00' Pu\1\\l\ \\ foo t
r LENDING/ UBtAtY that the contract was The yearend forecast Friday ; .
extended estimated Florida sugarcane at $ .
Books Gifts T.119.000 tons, compared to 4.' YALU1
At Issue la' negotiations are: JACKSONVILLE size of work gangs, an eight- Chances are, the 1965 Florida 696,000 last year. The forecastwas hDo' o. : ,
REEVE & HOWARD hoof day guarantee, a dues Legislature will vote on the bused on a harvest of 228.- fA- 'C .
000 acres with a 31,6-ton jield 2.3nt\ '
, ItS eta BTDUNA checkoff system; and revisions queetloa of annual sessions, the $\795
j in rules tor handling/ explosives chairman of an Interim study per acre. e aLUi faL
-- ---------- I Decreases "predicted In
committee reports. were '
I o 0 Lawmakers, Chamber ol Commerce Florida's tobacco and paean (
SUNDAY SPECIALS'Pan oftlclals and the general production the tobacco forecast \1ectiic1nie1.5' $ :
1 1I public lean heavily toward a was 38,041,000 pounds versus \195 \'"
Fried Chicken $1.15 change from the current biennial 30,978,000 for last year and
a a e a sessions Sen. Merrill Bar the pecan forecast was 3,000, Gr\\\\\\ ii'
Top Round Roast Beef e e a e $1.35 her of Vero Beach said Friday. 000 pounds compared to 6,800- Barbecue\
Barber heads a committee of 000 last year v $ 95YALIti
I Small Club Steak, a a e a e $1.35 the Legislative Council which Is The tobacco decline Will conic 0 { .
holding public hearings on the from the type 13 flue-cured variety Set
1r IntMsii.Choke,1 f 2 VsfthMn, Salad, Drink Denied proposal In Florida's major J the department said, setting i., (urving '
cities. the figure at 22,3.19.000 compared I 3.Pete,
morris FAVOR IEFNHe : : to, last year's 25,830.000. \95 aLUI
says sentiment In favor of Citrus predictions remainedthe ,
annual sessions and higher pay same as those released ,
r I It r "DeLarid's' Finest Restaurant" for members of the "legislature last week; ,II.. million p ,
has been virtually unanimous boxes of oranges, 4.3_ million sssst $109aLUi
217 North Boulevard except for opposition from Associated bnxea of tangerines n and 31.} \
CLOSED MTCEDATI S Industries of Florida, a million boxes of grapefruit. .4
lobbying group.
--o.o,1Tk'kf.R.k I t
The vice chairman of the com paid 11.200 a year plus expensesfor $
f'5\kk $A.k aj mittee. Rep.'Richard O. Mitchell sessions or legislative work 3'1taL"
of Leon County, saya he knows when not In session.; Sessions \\am\ -,;)
I Colorful no member of the study group are held over a/0-dej period \
the Most
For Merriest
planning to vote against the starting la April of odd years.. 12. lb. Can 1
I plsn.' Mitchell said one plan calls $8
The study committee will report for ait annual 3ftdsy session de, YAull
-I Ii Christmas EverChoose From to the full council at Its voted to finances to relieve the \ Ram. .
s Jan. 15 meeting In Sarasota. regular session of this usually H (ope\and
i Favorable action by the council thorny probltln.JI. l2lb. $ !)
Our Selection Of said the state Is finding It Y95
e will mean that a bill aetting up \
annual sessions will be drafted Increasingly difficult to make up ,' : vil
lor the 1965 session. Florida's In advance tl billion budget two fruit t Cake .:::: : ;

,NEW 1965 MARK 10 MODELS'RCAVICTOR Actually, the bill will have to years At Friday's !hearing In Jacksonville 5b.I :, $
be la tau\ form of a constitutional 5 "
Sen. John E. Mathews
amendment and muM fart a I pgMIUM' '
said tighter budget control .resulting e .
statewide vote for ratification.Twothirds
I from annual sessions .
of the House and 2b,1urkey.
could save the added cost of l !
Senate will have to approve. :
once-a year meetings.Sen. $498
Mitchell said details _
among ke
Barber said the IJtt M* t C
till to be worked out is the .
: 3
can worked 44 days and la that I
1 question of when to hold sessions Cbl\stmGs\ ,.
:N wJ ffsta W"'w. daring election years, I a time day had before an average tt. of M bills\" %Mol sum
when the lawmakerk will be I .
campalgalftf for die sprint pri Living persons are not eligible
main I for election to the taU of Fare .
@@[b@TVWITH [ Currently, lawmaker: art for Great Americans, ,aiSLes i*,, K *wd, 1

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FIRST CHOICEIN the most 'engaging fashion will be held TUES. DEC. 22 6 .
i COLOR Drawing ,. peon,
in diamond( rings L, <<;
e, ;f Deland Publix Only .

ii i 625 Nothing to buy, you need not be present to win. Winners

i ., Y will be notified. Publix employees I and) their immediatefamilies (

COMPARE! (living under the same roof) will not be eligible to

RCA YICTOR---" win. Again, the drawing be held TUESDAY, DECEMER22nd

COMPARE FOR at 6 p.m. at your Deland PuWixl



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Watercress, Criip Red York ... ,
Mushrooms, I ;VBWi ..

Chestnuts Romaine ,Lettuce, AppIes.4939 I I.. .:. .
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:. Roll ,Sausage, .., '.'''' ., E.;., 49C 'I i QUICK FROZEN EVISCERATED, DELICIOUS ,,1 fI ;' : { f'r

Premium total SlnloSoalodSwift's ;
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i"" Franks ';' ?Ib. 49 : ;' I ', : '
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To mow's Fresh ;r: .",, ,
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Sliced Bologna ': 39C : \:"' .
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arnowrs Totty Chipped I # : :;i; : .t.t' .!

eel or Ham 339.Cop.lond's : I I ; (USIbi. CrOror) (IOto. 16 Ibs.) :(Und.r,1O IH.) !' .J! :" : /i k:,..

Stick Sty. .. .1 1...; .'" 1C: : "_ ?;;: ;.;;' : !.
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Braunschweiger. .. ?e: 39 : I .. 39 43c 45c', '1'.

=:.lard Gsorgi.'orC.rolinorash' I I,,', lb. J, .. .
: Oysters.... 99C .I VALUABLE COUPON : ,

Eretkfiii Club .. .
: t: Ii Iii .. 20c OFF! 20e OFF1 ';.
; SlicedBacon 0NI1-LL.m. or HJAOAST;out 1
I i 'SWIFT'S'PREMIUM PROTEN .'' I 49, .. ". ',1,1L.
,: t GOVERNMENT-INSPECTED I .. C >. BACON .29 Coupon .jj .

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Swift's Premium GoVMnspocttd Shipped! ,, Eriscorettej 1
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'.'.'.' .. .. Ducklings. . : : ">. 49 ).

r A+ -.:- POT ROAST, 'Ibonaln( ), Lb. 9 c I I Capons .' . !b- 69 <8. 'l

,, '.', GROUND '!BEEF _49_ ; Geese -. ... ..". lb-..59ci. :, t:;;

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Tomato'Juice 4 ,font.o:. $ 1.

F Gr P BartlcttPear visit
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Halves .E 19C Pnodt t.mptlngyori.trrtm.nt. indudin rI: ...., For dipsand fatfh t,

Green. Giant GoldenNiblets "Ported Swiss, Fnnch 9 'impoted Danish II.u,
: 39' aild CUrteflrick, nogwfort/domnle
Corn 2 ,
,2r N.w Y.,. Stoto "any oth.II...

Green. Giant Garden* Sharp

Chedd or ,PU9Ul.,,..,(
Green Peas 2 303 39C n. ...'i 19 .
coot Chol4. 7 C'-U., ,..

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4 ''t Sour Cream . &. 39c
frozen food .
"Cheese 29c42S iI
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lAU'SIA rraimShrimp
I Cocktail. 3 d-Sf." 99c Reynolds HMvy-Duty Aluminum Pm l.., \ I

M....... ...,,,.. w 2" Wrap e e e e e e e e 3S roll l ft l 65 Bi cults. . f. 39a

Mince Pies 3 .k-u,.. $1. LlnJioy RlpSelect "":'-' c.-t .
: .. Dinner' Rolls . .-.. 2 toll
Spinach Souffle. ''if: 49c 44 Olives a can 29'

... t Heck SMie.t4 CrautoniCroutettes.
WvY t.l.q; ti1 tri : K.IIy's XTRII
Green Peas /'w:- 29c 7..1:. 35 Cllfo4'l o 'Rtas

I,. In... /n.1. 4V pks. Green stamps
: Broccoli Spears .. '*T- 29c LISTIIUNl ANTISEPTIC

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Green '.Beans 4 *:;: $1. MON4UtS..WID..THUU. IRMMWl "+ er, lM.

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Strawberries ; . i'i: 89c 1964!

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Perch Steaks ... ..;kM .,49c. PIRriCTFORSAUDS J (( Oreen Stamps*

0....... ...n, SI.. '. ". >" : & SANDWICHES ixciDRTfTrAiun :
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Fish .Sticks\.. ;:;0':' !;.r:59e: :,' An d KRAFT'SDeviled h.w.. n... er e. a.o
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Milo .1' MI.1m _
Crab . l..... 49c Jtor-*. WINR.m.ln 1 -'y1: i ii -

T_ 'ole so ......1 Open ALL POPULAR I "
P & D Shrimp . !ftT 98c Until l I ': J j Green Stamped
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Apple I Rings . 't.H' ZQ'Sweet : ''' / '' MONDAY: Thru FRIDAY SATURDAY :

. l *rYbol.. Potatoes. . ':T 29' .......- 59j' 9 a.m. To 9 p.m. 9 a.m. To 7 p.w.:

: "' 'Extra- Christmas Gifts with JW Green ii4 ,; INI

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,u News UH Write


Throughout the *tat*, county commissioner art concerned dket+ 1p1e .
about the nigh cost of purchsslng right-of-way for constructionof 1, lectioaof y= wDelnd',1
roafi Th price demanded by some property owner for =gee! S,
those righU-of-way are fantastic
I think there U one sure way of topping the gouging of the sea ee1eA ur
road tax money for rlght*< -way. Just have the price paid by a lee
the county or stab certified to the county tax assessor a* the
value set by the owner for the amount of the lend attained. iMan's
Then let tale property be assessed at the value that the property $ 9 to e
owner himself baa set upon bis land. ,
It would take political: courage to do It, but the legislature Sett Cars, t _,.
should enact a law setting up this type of regulation Oh, yea, 24" Dolls,, Tea ,1 Leatlur r
there are time that construction of a double lane highway does Boats Lilce Vinyl GlJ ,
not enhance the value of business property. Sometimes It doe. Games Trucks, otd
These factors have to be considered But In Describe! prop
general the price paid for rlghts-of-way is ridiculously i ''I Too Many To JACKETSL97 "
high and something must be done to
top .
the benefit of those of you who are r +t Compare c:4 $ 1
educationally minded, there' a new course offered v Boy's Leather-Like At $ .951 $ i 1ue! 1.37
at the Mary Karl Division at the Daytona v,. Vinyl ;
Beach Junior College It'' a course In gift a

wrapping.If* a very naT timely course ** school y Y
officials discus a new bond Issue package forth .r l
construction ef new schools. JACKETSy
Dr. Llndon Saline, head of a group seeking COBLE c
nor money for the schools, has been quotedu Glzl's
stating our school are "In desperate need." And that failure $ p tidies' Leather-Lilce VinylHandbags
; to provide mort fund could result In loss of accreditation. U''
After all. It would be traglo If we didn't learn how to wrap SLIPS 7P1. ;
and make perky bows. ,
pretty package '
court ipsr no expense for the defense of a defendant r
charged with murder. When an attorney In behalf of his client S2.67

plead mountIn, not. guilty by reason of insanity, then the cost really 'Boy's'Flannel

a recent cue, the fee from Dr. Rollin P. riero, psychls, "i4'#
trtst, was t2&&. The bill of Dr. William Chamber, Jacksonville M p ahL 1
psychtstrlst' $ was W2'. The .copies of a medical report at It t', YOUR C 1b* 1( # I .. V
per' peg, cost I7', SHIRTS
d Th cost of keeping the II juror for the four days of the 43. 1 IL CHOICE Mtn's
trial was IMT with motel costs 1373 and the balance for 12 meats Ladlts* z;
This does not Include till money psld for Jury service, transportation "< + Mtn's Vjw and Req. u7)l. '" di
cost to take Juror to the seen of a crime, payment Q 51,001
of ststs's witnesses, both regular and expert: Experts: get more Flannel ; JEWELRY
money. It doesn't Include all the prior cost of the state attor '
ney's office preparing the case and so on. '' and Mtn's 1.37
When the defendant I II Indigent and the state hire an aftor* Pajamas ;
I Bey for his defense;the attorney paid, ISM In a capital offence : HANKIEGIFT
It teem strange that the ,mn responsible for, trying to save ,
the defendant' life get two when a pbystclin'i testimony and Compart at $3 d \

., valuation! rate* an 182 bilk ,,', SETS :
:It Isn't ,
M 'I
Boys r 3-Pc. 1
Is your new baby your} + e t FlannilSLACKS 11% 1 CostumeJEWELRY
Out ef U spanking new babies delivered at the West Volusla ,.r
Memorial Hospital during October and November there is a SET
balance dun of H.S1J Original delivery price wa' 111.727, but 4 r
many parent ,didn't pay the difference In cost between what Elsewhere
the Insurance covered and the actual maternity and nursery bills, $1.001 Earrings Q7fcNtcklact /
It 1 II surprising to read th* list of parents' ,name who still u ,, ,, \J I FA
haven't paid la lull for their tables. Maybe the hospital should, C Grays, Oxfords ft leeks RReeRe >** .+
I glve'out: little berlbMd-;tnedate'Wbtbler showing who wtt* +a+w swr v Sire Up T* U. m >wi> i
paid>for la full
If you don't pay for yeus'tar. your home, Hour telerlsloa Girl's SCARVES
<} sal en. refrigerator then store 'esrtt.poaM i.*. 1'11. JieapUaJ-.. *
doesn't want' to repoMrtt,thlt ,hgteet'bpf l \.,they can't Under. ORLON' x 1.87'4 47
I stand parent.!not payingtorthlf..bsbSie *vsa-l?* dollar. *r Mtn's
**" *
two week
(a .. .. .. : SweatersCom
It Isn't any bunk but bunks cost money .County Commit t ; V>BikU uSweaters "
\ ilontrs received a,bid of 11Ml for the purchase and Installation At $4.001
ef 12 metal bunk beds far the Juvenile Detention Horn. They
are hoping to hay,the bunk built locally at much lees money
The purehss' Irked the board member They don't. like the Idea '
of,having spent 1140.000 for a new home>) house 12 juvenile and 2.
then having to buy bunk beds to Increase Us capacity, : '' ,
I Sheriff Rodney Thursby doesn't want till juvenile In the k* $5.47
'Jail They are masters at the furnishings and
'( : tearing up caus ''
A tog equipment damage He has had to retain torn Juvenile DIAPERS 6 For 87' Ladlti'Corduroy
s> and be want them moved. out Into the borne at quickly I aa there
.n') 1* room for them.
f 9'
Lh( $5.00 to $10.00 Valusl DUSTERS
l Caning for bids tact always the best way to get the lowest
,\.' price' County Commissioner Jim Dixon commented at Thur. QUILTS . e $2.47 $159 Valutsl
:; ', day's meeting. n seems for years the board bought shell at
10 cent per load. The State ordered the county to can for bids. ,, Boys 3-Pltct
J The Commissioner did The same seller wee the low bidder a House .97
..i'N but the price had Jumped to <7 cent 'L,' *.: ', k GIFT SET 91 9

.;, Sorry, I pulled a boner the other day J Inadvertently named ROBES Girl's
.i Circuit Judge Horace Rlegl a* th* Judge assigned the suit trying ''' '
J, to disqualify Dune Smith from taking office as District 1 VoluMa 1.673to6
: ; :', County Commissioner It Is Judge James Nelson who. bee that ,
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Get Good
Ratings Ernest Ellison tald + .Pi.c' Rayon Slips

,. the State Beverage Department 1dA.Y'i$$ tae gather evidence on '
in.IB .,
," and the Probation and Parole and other Illegal op. Shift $t (4? ,
Oornmiaaiofi\ received good tat. during' the fiscal year & SLACKS Gowns i ,
t'IDII from tile Slat Auditor Frl- June 30. 1.47

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$2.47 _

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Tickets ,Available 'tv;.,.: "" fog 23 KLAttD iTtORlDAj SUN NEWS SUNDAY,r:::. :*1J44

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For Inaugural 1 Ball Event Bell Gives

Manager Tips

WwId you like to attend*e' state. The eekotenhip are notfelted

Jan. 7 taauguratJKlJ Gov% I to honor student On Yuletide Phone Calls

nor Haydon Bunr: the Say fo IS COt'l\'TI' !I
lord. Orlando Jat tat Fronton Thirteen counties will participate .

an U S, 17.92' :. Sanfovd la and the the inaugural collected ball at : Gordon Itothtrmel, Southern taU several time before you
David Glbbs DeLand. has money I I
Bell manager says the telephone can complete It. particular. tf
been, named chairman for the I in this area will be spent for I i
company facet a tremend you are calling Christmas Eve
in the ,
scholarship area
ball for Vdusia County With j 0111 problem In handling long or Christmas Day.REDICCO .
only 390! invitation available for explained. distance calla' beginning Chrtat
VolusUns here how tct obtain All told only 3000 Invitations mat Eva; and continuing through BATES
one will be issued including the special itinatmas DayFlorida Remember that reduced
"It takes a $10 or more contribution host and hostesses for each Ire w '! problem In handling rate will be In effect all day
per person to the Hay.: county and atate dignitaries. the Increased \olume of Christmas, not Just after p.m.,
don Burnt Scholarship Fund."' The deadline for making con r calls," h.. laid li complicatedby and please have patience It
Glbbt laid. Tfis money will be tributlons to the scholarship fundto .n a the following factor: there I i. a delay," Rothermel
used obtain Invitation la Dec 26. said
(or needy students, epelally -
1 Florida laIn
attend Contact Glbhs at 131 N. Boulevard
averse ones to "While
you are enjoying
a position of being at the
sny college- or university In the Admittance Is by Invlta bottom of a funnel In the routing Christmas Eve and Christmas
lion only and the passport to the
.at long.distance tails Calls going Day here In DcLand many'llperltora
Inaugural ball will be mailedby
to or coming from Californiaor will be working to dot
Jan. L Maine must go through the their beat to speed your tongs
SPEED URGEDBecause : small part tlf the funnel before distance telephone greeting to
Volusla, County mi.l they ran be completed. your relative"' and friends h
j 2 Florida tremendous remember, Rothermel said
dent have only been allocated
growth has been mainly through "Call early\ And dial your own
Glbb that
S90! Invitations urge 1
long distance call It possible,
the Immigration of people from
those wanting to attend contact.
I all over the'country to our date 'Just as the! Christmas package .
him a* soon a* possible.VolusUns ,
1 The large transferred population you mall early arrive in
who will serve as y, generates a larger number of time an early call to wish season .
r official boat and hostesses are 1+ long.distance calls than la experienced '* greeting will get throuili
Mr, and Mr*. Glbbt. DeUnd: I *
{ J In other state, without delay. he said
..face"a Mr, and Mr*. John Socash. Glen: I I 3 Call made at Christmastend
wood, Mr. and Mr*. Lee Max ) I to lit for a longer period
" Vance Swartz. all Daytonawell I ._ l i: of time than during other tunes II M
DeLeon Springs: Mr and of the year
Mrs Tom Koehler Mr. and Mr*. Annrn ratccmTJwplte
GREATEST GIFTYou Woody*Lee and Mr and Mr*. the addition bf many
won't find It under Beach; and Mr. and Mrs Ben more long dlllinre circuits we '
the ChristmaaTree..your RMgditt! of Edgewater, who also realize that delays on rail from Cook Books
greatest gift Is your good will represent the New Smyrna '! I' Christmas Eve through Christmas Art Books
Beach area.Fire day will occur Rothermel
health.Treasure It by hawIng : said Flower Books

an annual. physicalcheck.up. Kills Four I Fvrrr afloat will tie made to Game BooksChildren's

ta ;iI JiiiIa!!!2 handle "calls as promptly as Books
All of us atyourRexalhDrug WTNTTELD HI (AP) Four praslble In.
Store wish you and employee of a convalescenthome DEMPSIE BREWSTER SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PLAY Sixth. Traders at Dempale Brewster School presented Subscribers ran avoid delays HirftsM. ft tiisrtetnjCivirt
'" Christmas play, "The ,Candle Maker'i Chrlstma" ThursdaypigM i for and by calling before Christmas'Ev1or
your family a very Merry died Thursday night whena : parents Friday morning for after Christmas Day. AIM
Christmas. students, In lh, school auditorium Teachers Mrs. Mary C. Benton, Miss gmet'Brown and Miss JcaaMitchell: : were Rothermel'sald'that by dialing
fire,swept their frame cottageon In charge Of'\btt production Mrs Iferson and B Marshall. providect'piann for the UNIVERSALBOOK
the gtounds. Authorities till : Margaret accompaniment: pity your own long distance calls
YOUR YHAtMACTM0IRA were unable' Friday to deter.mine Over 90 students participated in In the Nativity scene, the students from l left to right are: !'Iarl.Talton. direct you) will save delays In
the cause David Young. David Foulda Morris Culpeppcr, Debbie Register and Terry Fanton; the choir front row, Ed getting your calla through It 1 1I. SHOP
Firemen battled the blaze In die Martin Joe Pafiord, Gale Mount Janet Miller, Vicki I Robinson and Ann Cirl'IO'econd: : row, Kathleen BoWer I I. Important to remember that : get tt. Ny'! .
a Patricia Wolford. Florence Martinez Nancy Duncan and Debbie Hogan. Pictured In the candlemaker's If the circuits are busy you (Nest .* '*>MiD
temperature of 6 degree below left to right. Randy West Karen Brightman Ken neth Logue and David Foulds. should! hang up and try later, It I Free r.ri( I. n. 7S4-73M
M I RA zero The flame never threatened are, (Sun News Photos by Allen) might be neceaaary to try the
c the Du Page County Convaleicent - -
s f'bIr. 49. Franklin Trail 54,
Home itself It operated Curb
Harold Korth. SI, and Alex Sought
by the county and >II *ituated. .
about. 25 mile west of Bruce, M. !

DRUG CENTER, Chicago An official at the state fire On Tax Roll

llOO South ilvd." .la.. The maintenance employes marshals officesajd! they were" I Ju1i1IiMltl'
killed in the fire were Philip unable to determine the cause; I [
fi5 Ji Jq.; \ f5\ 1. effort to speed up reassessment
of Duval County property the

':) rtmcw...... .4...a etwt+arrr+NtwotrwA plaintiff in a taxpayers' iuM
I want to prevent .preparation
GIFT THAT the 1965 tax roll before an appraisal
,.( I' fI at i 1&.valuation is
A made.

IS I SURE TO. ft .,w'l '. f" fi Circuit.Judje WQllam L. Dur
1 den said be would be inclined W A a e a'i4
accept'such an''addition to (till
t PLEASE HMI suit If attorneys will submit it in GtiY.

.. writing Monday when the halt
,.. resumes,
....... ,. laRai ARMa 71 ; e.,.
Aeuesor Ralph N, Walter
principal defendant in the suit,
has said his prteent ........*.
ment program wont b ready
\ : until the 1966 tax rolL ,

I\:4 .'. The taxpayers who broughtthe
cult are asking the court M
..!. .,-1 ,> 1 define Just valuation a* prescribed .
,. In a 1X3 elate Jaw aad
'\1f"J049 {J ', ., 4.r determine It Walter i* obeying

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4'- ., Black Brown art 1/2 CARAT
0 statewide precedent, particular OF DIAMONDS TOTAL. WEIGHTA
Iy applying to counties which

$ 095 J JThll like Duval have not made a An tipety craftri 14K toU caning seetn- C, MsKut1ftettrtl''gitlii) '' If'tIeralrt.ment[ since 1ML autos. to* 12*smoiids"In (Tin. 'Ubuloul bn4lpi i
vt\ with Ana bold> 4'1"0IId11Dtl1l"' on"*
State Comptroller hay E "i On diH tint,totsl'.M |tilB |
Green also b a defendant" and Mess, spotting"' 4 .momi touflni H tint $12 9 Mifuist)(
ih. oat Wwi< ffi form I mm,l ipJtndor
year flit nay be called U a wttnea But r' goo 'rtncN o'. .l, M tWs bt.wt.'uU.' 1W
tuy Monthly Terms
-JABf 'edge purdrn said tus wouldn) '
of handsome
GUt" I
a pair 6>dd. on that MUl tMtlmony Ucompleted.

t A' MAN SHOES from .
our ,
rl Green lent word a member of t,1
stlactlon. Cfcoois from his etch John Aycnck. would !I
comPJtt'j be,more qualified to testify oa
leather sllpons and tl Uieul'nl'nt, procedure How, ,
ever CD. Towers chief ite-
err popular ,,.,... attorney, urged the Judgeto 4 l tj(
call ,the 'comptroller/ hlmteUrather
UALS.: Watch the happy! faces on than Aycocke
Christmas morning. .
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ALL noil! WILL ll l 591 J

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Pecans I. Full lb.Pkp,

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t!\/. QUARTS KRAFT SALAD OIL Sat ::.t ..kI .
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Baking Hens- 39 808 WHITE ; n. ODSTOAt
Sli. Bacon 3 ., $1.39
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Spears REGULAR 3U ..LESUEUR. .3 EARY 1211 Coni 303'JUNE 1. COFFEE.............. ...SALE........... '" 2 ,300 Cons 29; T. U ''R K E Y S

Peas. 4 Cans $1 if Maxwell House I Astor
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PotatoesREGULAR 5Nt I
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Cheese 8-oz.Pkg. 29' I .. Confec. SUGAR 'd f
Sour Cream m45' 4 N0 2 *1. 4X OR 10X LIGHt 0* PARK IROWN z''iII


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\ y t M1 I Know Good Meat

1T A & P Inspectors

\ 2'j ','11"l.\ City HallChattier" "d You Get It
: ...,' And Make Sure That

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S E. (Ed) Stone, who Is retiring u commissioner from ./ _
,alas Volusia County's District 1 In Januan. was asked to consider!
filling a vacancy on DeLand's commUslon) to be created shortlyby
the resignation Of H. Deane Smith, who was elected to Stoni
position. .
I Stone aald no emphatically'!
i A group" of Interested citizens reportedly approached Stone
r, i ; veteran politician in Volusla. Whether the city administration wu
t officially represented could not be determined.
w .
Ia- .bwIj Smith, who probably will have something to say tomorrow
:: I night concerning his resignation from the city's board, said last
week he would "take the (County Commission) tat Jan 5."
Jr His election Is being challenged by t lawsuit which alleges
Ivi: .\ J violation of Florida election laws
A battery of attorneys' from DeLand and Daytona Beach last
week filed motion to dismiss the suit on
a grounds that the plaintiff Malcolm M. Moye, "
tli contractor from DeLand, failed to state cause\
for action
Smith believes It significant that attor ryiy

neys for and against moving the county seat In our MW Jacksonville meat warehouse, Incoming tup.
r suit from DeLand are representing him In the + plies el beef, pork, lamb, poultry, .tc., from the prime'PS.preduchn

He believes also that the suit Is bad for ''1' ef the nation ere carefully' Inspected end
the county In general "What do they standto J", checked for quality ky Alr"s awn Inspectors. In addition,
gain!" the commissioner-elect asked. W''' a federal meat Inspector I Is regularly stationed at the
I Ii .
e plant. Sack quality control assures ALP customers el
I Urlel Blount Jr formerly municipal Judge fine tender cuts at our traditionally low ,rk...
li i I ROEHR EMPLOYE HONORED Coram Ward Jr Route 3, DeLand, recently was asked to consider serving In Smith's city BIB-HOP { YOU MUST BE SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED
received. a $250 check from Roehr Products Co. Inc. for an Idea he submitted in the commisslM post once it la vacated. (Deland'achatter 5rr' "SUPER.RIGHT" QUALITY comes enly from constant care
elected official
handling and grinding of cannulae in the firm's grinding department. Making the prohibits a municipal employe or from modern
in other capacity) Than why A&P maintains its own spotless, moat
I' presentation for the company if Harry Go ldman, right, plant manager serving mount any reportedly governmental said he would serve U unanimously appointed ,' warehouses. Here, under the watchful eyes ef ALP ox-
I ---- by commUslon members. This, apparently, was not possi ports, all the moat destined for your family mutt pass
ble. ?, t. be chocked under constant quality! control! ALP
IIII I e e can then guarantee the moot you buy guarantee that
LIST OF PROBABLES wo, will refund your money if fer any reason you are
Donald Page, reportedly approached to serve In Smith'sposition
II was one of 13 resident of Ward 1 (Smith's Ward) listed lOt completely
DPU on a slip of paper and turned over to dry Clerk William Opper.
The list wu prepared >y James Welt, formerly city commissioner
from Ward 3. ,
Page said he was asked by a representative of the administration TURKEYS WYt
If he would serve. '
"I agreed to serve," Page said j*'
y e ,\ lam
A name mentioned In unofficial circles as possible replacement "Super-Right" Grade "A" Frozen
for Commissioner Hugh Cordon U Gordon ff'lIlfR..1. FrankA.
Ford, an attorney associated with Sidney Taylor, leader of the
battle to keep! the county's seat in DeLand.
10 to 1Mb ULkt. .
Rumor persists that Gordon might resign. He la building a
In new the home city outside DeLand. The charter requires officials to live ;!. 3 9/ Up a 3 3 r d r.

One official said that, in Ida opinion, Gordon would not
resign until he was certain proposal for fluoridating DeLand's

water May. would be on referendum for the next municipal election, in ,..._....___.____u_____._._____._.... GRADE "A" QUICK 'FROZEN

Gordon recently asked that t special referendum be called ; =
on the fluoridation propt>altlon. He asked commission members' I t Baking Hens
to specify that the. election be held... "within 12 weeks" from that \' t .gtpraniD
II date. : :
;pv STAMPS rWlta
I e *
; LYNADY: ANXIOl: I thta' ..U..... ...4 .a" ., 4 to 6 !Ib. Ay. LB. J Off
. ______ Wasn't Jack Lynady, former chief of South Daytona police, 1 Asa Pap Gr... raea I
Interested in' applying for the DeLand police chief job after '
Cinnamon :-0::: 434 "SUPER.RIGHT" SHORT
learning that Kenneth Cox' would resign? : I SHANK FULLY

Lynady reportedly. ; spent, a day in/ DeLand last week sizingup : c.",.... .'AX'a... Ih,,,.ee a""dal 14 D... 11
the situation i i Cooked Ham
\ A former Volusta County deputy sheriff, Lynady ran a close
race in November against Democrat Rodney B. Thursby for the l.:1... _. :
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sheriff 'job Lynady is a Republican Avi.
e e Shank Portia IB. Whole er Half LB.LI. .
w wi
Florida Highway Patrol Trooper John Worden said last week :
he had not been approached to fill Cox's post, now being held I r WID M
by Acting Police Chief Fred 0 Folsom I STAMPS i 391 491'I
"I've heard the same rumor," Worden said, "but. It was
I news to me.Rumor ." 'I Willi th1. cw.en one .eurohaae .r j
r1r, circulated late in the week that Worden wu being 'I f Ala Page GroUBd : LONG ISLAND
e. considered for the S&SOO: a I ..
year post. Cloves :: 25- '
Cox resigned, effective Jan. 1, to accept; a position with the I .. i DUCKSSWIFT'S .45'
t! S. State Department. aAX,1t eN f
D.uNnr .ate. Ih,., ..oar. asn I
Bids &;..-_______________________ .HAMS .
I Opened On 39 Jobs II\ ...____ --- ::::: 5 CAN $3.69

TALLAHA35ggttAPMore:) ceived a low bid of JlUOfiO by I "SUPER.RIGHT" PORKSAUSAGE
than $24 million In bdf were received B.F. Diamond Savannah, Ga. I. titI I
t by the States' Road De, ,Primary four.laning prelects! 25 I 3 2: $1 I
rr t partment FrIday tot 39 inter.'' include an eight.mile link of U.
state, I 1 SPECIAL! AlP Whole er Strained
primary and secondary S. 301 In Alacnua County which Wlth this twNn one eanMw .f
road protect received a low bid of SII55IIGO Aae fh.c.tate

:,, Road Board Chairman John by S.M.. Wolf Co.. Gainesville: Drink 134;OA.334 =I Cranberry Sauce
Phillips add contract would be a seven mile segment between
i awarded within two weeka. Kkslmee and St. Cloud on VS. "AX.1' n.ea
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75, M and 299.IM Conner Inc. Tampa; and a fourmile L':.________ Can. ,
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received a low bid of Special! JANE PARKER FRESHLY
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plies for a bridge across Ea-
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; County received i low bid of Dead Pumpkin Pie 1-LK8-O L391
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The 175 H Involving a seven-
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- I.* I that will complete the freeway Norman: Lodge, IS, dropped
II from Redwood to Bean Ate., dead'Fr>day Juat after a lunch.
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By HELEN COLE we may mill this, traditional aunts and friends ttietr thank ?u r "tr I

Sun Km' "* Staff Write ceremony around the tree.It you notes. No one can say "\\e c Announcements

Just think of It. was second nature \ cant write now. We don't have
toed NY
There lour wonderful back and admire the any appropriate atatlonl'I' .'' NA1I NS I
are more ) iAP By unanimous' vote the : I last 84 flST "
sparkling tree with lee
must to
days ot 21 hours sack to get of U,N. Security Council on Fkkiay w' ,,.
]lust to find
set had
one extra candles for my little Swiss c. Ir BLACK luthnu( To
ready lot Chrtatmas. Four day extended the life of the Immu .. TJ
ceased to glow Chimes At night I like to ?i 1'" melds 01'J.' ||
at least 96 hour see U...... force I.'. 'rvtorn Importer,
to the This year wen have all the them revolve and hear heir tiny peacekeeping I VI I KXTION1: AUKtl, uEuSHi
1,001 things that must bt done. light we need on hand, I hope.There's Chimes It seems as though the on Cyprus for another three 1' .. .1 1(old, k.> i. 01, Will I.iu .
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No for the last months recommended by I i on a WIll. ) ."i.vtI "
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four days left. Plenty last candle\ la always gone Just 1 : I II Slon. *1. fh, '1., M.roo .
for me. No sire. This Secretary-Genet U Thant. ,, I ,
year we of time to make certain that noon when we to show them off '
are going to have tv.rg"ut of Is forgotten and want, None of the U council" mem' ., : N Ot..slants.. Jlaell Blu. Tltlli "
gift Oh ) .
every yes, we must get On handsome 3 I may h va tp )m
Christmas lights checked ahead is ready Ready That reminds extra Christmas cardsEvery ben objected to continuing the r...r Mill .4 and Nerd i.,. ,....Z
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of time There will be force until next March
an ample toe this year we will not run year there are always A..r.: Park, snag t *.,
supply of bulbs to fit all light out of But representative ot Cyprus 1ey
gift tiP and bows. NoIr cards received from unexpected LOSTi, urea r4. erne wi' rail
from the twinklers on the tree to 1 There will be no scrounging source and we must have Greece and Turkey engaged it.'.* *n lnail \" 40, E, ,.(
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the diffused glowing bulb on the in sharp dt'balft.ra"lnl H. Bail* rXnlOSTi
the last minute to get enough on hand to send themgreetings 'a' 1 s ,; 1 : it. rllho. Perkin. Mw, R.e
candoliers for the window. extra tags and paper, bows and too over the coals of controversythat j, PeL.nd: t7a.. Phn.734.125.

This year, for the first time the ribbons There four days left. That'sa have heated up Greek I "rtirutmaa ;r;MHt jest *B..
Jut ot the aeries\ relegated Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot .4 Lad) .:1111.10' watch lorI
light are -
Usually we wind I
up with scads lot of time. AYlot of time'Oh hi freer ., a>fc.u .
to a storage box. No of paper and no ribbon or bows my How are:we going toCt't communal rivalry since (Cyprus 1. I ,\lean Patty ahar aa Truck *L
more, will we frantically start Or w',have a plentiful! supply of It' last minute gift bought became Independent nearly five F.s.taa; yet ny leers. a..raC

testing every lamp on 'a series ribbon and no tags. we never and wrapped The shopping done years ago. j

to see which bulb bunted out strike. i hipov balance. for all the food The personaltelephone IiAK.ROt CITED W I. PMeeeaN
end that's why the whole string SPECIAL NOTES messages made. The The rivalry between the 480.

Is dark. And another thing. This Christmas extra goodies cooked aid baked. 000 Greek Cypriots and the 110.l PRIZE-WINNING SHEEP Charles F Waterman Sun Newt outdoor column. Mar-La. morns eke*..

LAST SOCKETIt we are going to have little Four days? Ninety'six hours l 000 Turkish Cypriots raged Into M, with the prize wInning tone sheep he killed in Canada. The hornj weigh 22 lhe. .pliie CoUta c:.nur Plus. K. 11.1. ,

ALWAYS was the last socket thank you notes In the house. I don't know how well ever do bloody fighting Just before last pounds. .IAMN Haw T'' Map Wtf ad
.e tested which proved to be the Immediately after O1r\\ tmuflVI'f'OII' H all. Christmas. The United Nation Ha' ?lar Wnt.i' n. JI.lis,

dead lamp. Somehow I think can write grandma and But it sure will be tun trying! jot a declared ceasefire' and tn.Care. JI.atuAlq...., r1.t+,0.. an .1120 Dave
last March established the mill. Sun News Writer Honored
DID you itNow Ar.n '
tary force supposed to patrol t'f'a:
Mark.1 A
Exclusive Report From Mississippi **' neutrality lines until a mediator ,. t'hurca Y4 bas JlIJ.I N M...
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solution. Matte |am, MA ,kaewae
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Thant reported to the council auAD re.
Residents Tell that the situation was funds Waterman 11I'N.LVo. Pba.. ,ia-Wtt
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mentally still dangerous, although Captures'StoneSheep WI Miiift$ SCLL. avHiiiK Names. ai4 Mode.>a n M.>uhna we
the fighting had qulted If\i'' y!' wrongs
down. He recommended a third !11 .rrk Ml ritM' M4M1SCUNNKIJL

three.month extension of the : OOJC -
K*. InoatloM tl H. atr4I'hon ..
force, to which nine countries TI4-TSI
: 'The Philadelphia Story'EDTTOEf have contributed men. "OW
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Cyprus agreed to the continuation. Prize Lea ncRRijj, jowvueiia TRAd1
That wu one factor In ttt N. BLVrxTHONB) tS4ISMT
getting Soviet approval, a* It
NOTES Mack seek Indictments from a federal ton. although It Is fast'going to had been when the force was u *GIFTS"arm

Harris, writer far the Pee grand Jury against all ot the beef and dairy farming fiat established. Soviet Ambassador --
.cola News.J. .1 sad men next month. ALL oirra W1ttPt0FREE
s p a They are building a new sanctuary
member of the AD.Florida? No murder charge has been for the First Baptist prated Nikolai his T. Fedorenko that the relt Sun News Outdoor columnist Waterman to his prUe-winnlng Waterman's ram did not have

Newt staff feat lll'nllihe DLaad #- filed against anyone In connection Church and out on the highway of the force position must be met coat voluntary Charles) F. Waterman ot DeLand quarry was Blair MacDougall a"young especially 100 lashes) (allghtlyleas
Sun Ken ana ether Jolla with the dl>athl.G'I'mOBWlE. a new Church of Christ Is going by killed a trophy.winning stone \ old.timer" la the sheep than 40 but their OnKBTIN: CARD WIT Carr
B. feuj owned newspaper : up, contributions and not by sheep on a hunt In British Columbia buslneM.BIGHORN. extreme thickness boosted the FREEAT

I recently spent a week Ia. Philadelphia. "But our town Is getting an ot The old homeplace where' U.S. auessments. this fall. The big ram : RKLAmM score and the horns atone
HIM., ee.M at but the blame" said Clarence V Rep Arthur Wlnitead used to The council had sssented to was Judged No. 1 In the annual Stone sheep are relatives of the weighed, 9} pounds turn

summer's murder sf three deg Mitchell, Insurance agent and live has been torn down and asupermarket that last March In setting\ up competition sponsored by the Rocky Mountain bighorn found ULUMOOMBWaterman DELAND SUNDRIES:

righto workers. Harris has prepared > former state commander of the 1s being built the force Northern British Columbia la western United States. Their ''I also killed a Canadian MI )to BI... Pkee it0716SA.

,a _four.part aerie, excluajvely Veterans of Foreign Wars. there Guides Association. range la restricted to BartkernBrttun moose with M.Inoh. spread

for Perry _...- Smith and Mitchell and others But Philadelphia Mayor Ab Florida ManExonerated{ The hunt begin at Toilets, Mil Columbia and part hf the strictly a minor aUMIght to the .. MIA***
era, to which be delves bl* the In the town feel that the people Davis Harbour realizes his town 200. Alaska highway near the Yukon and their color ranges outfitter and his crew, who were

bacagrswid .. the eemmnBtty.preseat who cone to Philadelphia\ and has been damaged by the murders Yukon border, where Waterman from light grey to nearly black. primarily Interested In (lading Ft.ncAlr

the views at Rs dtt- write about It and talk about it committed here. Industrial and three other hunters were Waterman's ram was very dark. record abrrp. CMnISTMAS Peeks' ( s * *aal HfH a
ten and takes s general look later have their minds made up prospects have been shattered lawn Into the Prophet,Muskwa A big sheep will dress out at They figured! the moose business II. N Blr r ..o.r.'tI $

before they arrive. River section\. by bush around Xn pounds although the In the
.I the town as Christmas sp- a pilot. was just a delay
proacfce. The townpeople are quick to "The ones we have talked to, DENTON, Tex. (AP>-A Outfitter for the trip was Garry rugged country 'In wl1C'tahI') arefound main project" Waterman says M. feed & CadtfeJi
f point out- the communities'. our own people who know thecommunity clan ape. Vince ot Fort St. John, B. C a makes weighing a very uncommon Waterman, a inhume outdoor
grand Jury declined to Indict

PHILADELPHIA, Mlis.ATN tue. are not disturbed. Andrew L. Pollnt of St atone sheep 'speclalM" and the propesa Trophy sheep writer specialties In hunting,
[ ) The sign at the edge We've got some good ,farmland The evidence of that la In" the Petersburg, Fla, and ordeied chosen hunting area was a I two- heads are measured\ by t tan. tWUng and csmplng. He .has to'me: lI .
Lawachltoaiok- around here," he I II."We've expansion of local Industry from VII'.'. baM mule the Bonn. A written Flog aM '5 wldds
sf town' reads a a A lot has been written about charge against him dropped day pack !rip If'I| by a weekly; column ...fl 14. Li.:.:: PMwe 554.05,
pahl" Broadly translated from got some new Industriesand the Friday. rsmp p-nrkett Club, official scorer of Mas lug Outdoor, for \114 SUB

the Choctaw" it mean "heap bigwelcome. we've got some old ones." Wan activities in Philadelphia of the, Ku Five Klux of I Pollnl 29. was arrested Tuesday The guide who personally took Mirth American big game, I, Newt for the .part >'ear, Eymal'g Restaurant.
One of the
newer Industries Is MErrtno: D3N3N03e
the 21 arrested by the FBI were and charged with assault to a t* aii..a,li4rac
A welcome Is still to be found V.s. Motors a division of Emerson said to be members of the Man. murder In ,. a AereW
here by the visitor, but it may Electric which held open But they, apparently were from Denton the shooting of two. e YIHa. N, .t D.1.ssd.: .... IU..S"LIL" ..
policemen after a dls
not be as quick as It was sevenmonths house earlier this month In celebration \ Meridian, not Philadelphia.CROSS .
ago. before three civil of Its second anniversary turbance at a men' rooming 1 tullwe N IMe
hotwe.Pollnl. t tIr
rights workers were slain and In Philadelphia. There have been several cross ,
buried la a nearby dam Hundreds of persons signed burnings here maintained he did not r RED HEN
r, Until that tragedy struck, few the registration book and toured know the two were policemen as .,' W "T. AF_ % "They burned out -
the one right they charged up a dimly lit 4 1C* Cabana _... fei'
r people who bad not actually sprawling plant, where elec there," said the SOFT lit
mayor .
pointing dean a.d .
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been here had ever heard of this trio motors are made and shipped to sn \Intersection within a block stairway .HCRUaK,'n'I. al.a. Pa.
Philadelphia, a community of over the country of the courthouse. "We doat Police reduced charges of attempted ,.........

about 1,000 la east.central Xis.eladppi. "It's a blue chip Industry" know who did It or why," burglary against five r> a ij"- iix".IAllOT...
Mitchell said "Works about 300 North Texas State l
He said he knew of no one University
Now all the civilized world Mother who was a member of the Wan. students accused of causing the ,A'a( Holiday Steak Hotuet
tau heard of Philadelphia new" Industry la Wells- disturbance. >4 N. JOtnjarvanA. e.a.AfIt I
The claim If
people there \Is MllO CHI Kati niiti (h* ", k."
Miis, and everyone has his owa Lament, a gloves factory located any Klan around, It Is over In The wounded elicits, Jim ILRR.elee U,, aatesa'R, '
picture of this community.! in a new building Just west of Meridian, M miles away, and Tom Bush and Edward Reynolds | MOOT : : .. I
It Is a picture of III lire. the downtown section.
not In
Philadelphia were reported Improving S ...." hrlerlaJ.rTaVa
Infested swamps, of a tobacco- NEftEftT: FIRM Members of the Negro community at a Denton hospital I IPollnl.

chewing sheriff and a big, The newest Is Cuss lee., a speak differently a graduate student af .
smirking deputy It la a pictureof clothing manufacturer currently "This county and Lauderdale North Texas State, and fellow h 4 :'Ift M/ii AMOIMeYta4 miss,
violence and death at night operating tat an old schoolhouse Meridian are hotbed of Klan occupants of the rooming house I ,

and blank know'nothing stares and will have a new plant activity," said one Negro man. told pullco there was name calling : P Swkvsatofl. r***
during the day soon. 'Why they've got an auxiliary
and a sniffle with anothergroup ,
It la a pictuie ot terror sad There are three lumber mills I police force here of 30 men of students last week i nr I fOIJ-.m.-tJMo se
Indifference and they are the largest employers and every one of them la a PVC
They said these. individuals these 15411.5iA
But Is it a true picture? of the county approximately member of the Klan" _

The people ot Philadelphia do 3000 Negroes. This of course Is denied by stormed into\ the rooming house. I get think so DeWeete Lumber Co. Is the the white cltloeni. early Tuesday, with one carrying .
FUR TRIAL largest It la also the largest It seems the average person a gun. and were driven out, uN

"We think anybody la entitledto shipper of southern pine In Mississippi. \here knows little about the Police were summoned and I FInESTONEGOODYEAR
a fair trial before he I convicted KKK although he or she may ; the shooting followed Pollnl)
," said R. O. Smith aa oil The people of Philadelphiapoint have read a' Wan.circulated said he thought the two pullce- :; TIRESA !

and gasoline distributor out the two new county handbill or seen one of tne Da- : men were semi of the raiders 34 i t At as >.V0.4M* *Mit.r rwoMi;: > IYAT tt4?lIiIMOLYTEX

And that he added included schools. The new high school lee mug crosses returning to the scene '

the town Itself.: white studests opened two yean nu .Lt'OY .
'Of the n men who were accused ago. The new Negro high school The visitor- to Philadelphia shake their heads and any K I A11MARFAX

by the FBI in connection Just opened this laIC year. Hade the people here are getting was a terrible thing. w'ItAM -' .--
with the killing of the three civil The Choctaw Indiana and ready for Christmas pretty "We dart condone violence" I ...rll1i"calve' .lWW" ,

rights workers, seven of them there are about 1,300 living. lathe much like people in any other one says and you caa tell that -SIZED' TROPHY The trophy they gave him WM "almo u big al the I trio sad fM.n7,,,,,- -
lived in Neshoba County, where county attend' all ladiaa community. the word "condone." the word aeul q/1L Phase TNrt111
Philadelphia Is located schools operated by the U.S.Departrnt When you talk to the girt he- that Is used over and over ...... ram", tars Waterman shown. here M he received: the award at a ,udf.! banquet ,

Nineteen of the 21 subsequently of the Interior, Division kind the counter at Morgan and always negatively, la not yet Left to right Carry Vince, outfitter Waterman, and guide Blair MatDougaU, who U Buslnm s.-. .

were freed la a hearing before of Indian Affairs. Lladsey, a variety store about comfortable on his tongue holding a stone sheep itattmte also presented to Waterman. .
commissioner at Merhttaa The town has two new subdivisions \ what .
a V.!. : happened last summer '
II terrt
The federal government with homes ranging lip and ask her how she feels about XEXTl Two mlnhters raped fpeIw ***

dismissed the charges against to 130000: It. she says ""WelL goal. I due May were ..!.....<.< It y nmj.r DEI.AM GnOfTTII IS OVTUNEDSouthern TMa ., ale, .... '
the other two. There la a modern three- soy sad wander off vote. emlrae daring sees M ,e I.M111r" "o.

The US. Department of Justice story hospitaL Tbo farmers standing around ews ss .. UM lII..fllldlatlMl.. e tl4. .MFROM.ATaa

said however thai It wlfl -Agriculture ts still mainly rot _to front of Ilamm!!'L.Store Bell To Mark Anniversary ... ... l lt

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Company, whet operate UmmsnOlloe < TO Inetntnwni M\ PUrron.Loo waft 1J4I telephone* ta 11 cities. ls a rapid step ;jar, tugrowing \
4 UrN resides will reran Indudlsg Halide Ala.t Asgu** younji
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> telephone ftorlda that C V Parson was tke aad ....."ult, Ca ; WUmliigtMaadlUMgk.
1 and right other state, todaycelebrate manager, lAd Mu Bath Carpenter N. C; tndaarlM. your little onM//|wttro't"

Ita hint anahreraary.We're sad tile rtilef epwstarRothermet has. .. C TIN eiker five rttto their baby nee( t ....m.
proud U eur lung time Mid Souther rVB were 'to Vtrgiata. so longer I ber that other aittiiiu
service' sad far tne prtvtteee dang pre..nly serve mae lain served by bothers Bell I art
OIrL: *d." aald Cord IJDOO teietMie. .la tt* nM- la 11*. JhMMkera Befl cttttred : lookln j for ooefinwd. baby

Rulwwm leethera ten* *.a.. area with ta* line. nun.IheU rite proeartiM of the OMnterlendTslephaiie furniture, plsjyuy and

manager are. '"but the bripnr.taut telrphoee expected lag .toHtBmOtm Csmpe/, wWefe op. j stroller Self;
tkwg I* that we're etui' I* IMSTne seated exehasgna ta KmWrky, jnjwr un-
growing and Improving service eighth mfflloadl Isle T.......... )llalaelppl sad Lee. needed IttJ'c", _
phone\ ws \lattalUd. la Oerem Ma*. SnadMrn. !WI..,., serve through ...... cait
XMbermel .*U| Souther Ml her, lO call MtMnw d. thaw slaw pine Alabama. "..... CLASS 1
I arehaed the IVUml TeUpnoneCo .. The adrfitina of another mUU s Ida Georgia Non* CarKaa sad :;: ,

: eaoaUtlag of alt Mepaoae, teleplMMf In a little more the) SontkraroaaaOCATBIT. ?:"

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t James L McJ fJ. a widely growth of ike SMrtk a* wilt a* said floutftern IMI'ifreatas Psusk fa J lee MbM

0 known local Wbftae* employ*. eat NftIII"" growtk a** earn.. alaN u.".... IdNel. As'sod

s tame Bete. u B Soataer lull uBLY n>M WMW War 0, 11M11 aije a.veetlt !IIJ.

'--' year ago to '"rk fc Southern B..0. eaeof H *fieratlag H* MId tt took It year*....BU! ...., UiII.i '

the seedyp nurcfcased eschaage.Aftftennel ewnpanle to A* Beft Sys IXt-tejeaek ate_ JHK two miy Nnrcr a..t ..
HEW oFJZt INSTALLED The? DeLand and Writ VoluaU Board of Realtor Installed new officers puttied, east that .tow wa aworperaied I>e. 3 lea g.1 ... W .tU greet.?.
InitalJation Dinrwr Wednesday tH Calico Kitchen Stat. Realtor Aero were aVwt UM pMptoWvtag jaee. jurl ttree ,, year 'aflerAteias slice 1.4.. laetafled procnta. __ .. tM
for 1963 during Christmas the president HarryVortermeier k* tke .,... rr Graaem l red etl4 ......... .... new lei* ........ **M imaf, "aadSouther
third tram right was installing Officmleft,- ,to right. art John Turner treasurer 'len nMMwr! Tin'L a patent fnr tke teVafrwe N IMSXedy pitse a aveer toe Is liras yearaiMe / jNi to prepartM. to

a. D. 'tUde Slme i = 1*' 10 Padc wb prtsJda1&. and aWJMr Bed fee kM ttJM t 1 J 4 meet the. dQkaln fcr neaneacat*

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221! floor Covortnf & Coromc Tlo New and Modern j. ,
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largo Assortment Of' Nome Brand Hoatohold' Appllancoi ;I TV'1:


: SOME ARE SMALL. DAILY Al1RR1RRR1rlRRRRRRRfRRh/. . RRRRRRRRRRRRiIRRRIIRR)1tRRBICYCLES. . . Special Prlco for Ideal Sales Serrlca o Ranials


DOOR) MIRRORS TOO BOHREN TILE GLEAN CO.\! Christmas BURKE Proiontl | 101 South Florida Phone 134-&524


24 Fruits and JvkotOrinfoa "Schwlnn" The World's Finest BUILDER .

." SHOWER DOORS. Tanr>rln.i Crapafrult Also ;Dtltnd; r rr_ _u_.____uuu.__ Phone u 73US23.. .u LOAN COMPANY: Inca
TNSt Rip Plck.d Dally or for '
TUB ENCLOSURES.One f"U. Old Olnvond Road at Or..n English and "Rollfast" Bicycler ... .... .... ,
land "It Rt IT RtuiaU M. WiRING'
of nicest selection TANQI..11lj1l. .ID H. Buahal.. 3 BEDROOMS, : :
of Mirrors ideal Cap o.-.v.1 711.1911.Or."|f..* $1 per b..b.L TOYS &' BATHS, I I i::. H. M. II G GET T : Wo Ar TaopU Who:N...d PtopU" '

DILICIOUS NAVEL OHANQSShv ) 124 run BontoirtJPkM :
tha bushel only B raifordRMd Us Our Layaway Plan OUR BORROWERSPersonal
for that appreciated juat north, M Oltei 1 Cor $16,500 : M 4-WJI a

porttlon.! Fbena 'U.O'*L FREE GIFT WRAPPING FREE WISE ....... ... ....."...... "

Christmas I Gift.Don't ,* ,Employment Open Ivory Night Until Chrittmoi Inn.HOMEWI.DtRS. ;dtJ'' i I '17 .u1l-1I11Yi11 lo/ .Loans $50.:To $600.00 '*

Delay-' JS Help WgnfooWomalB DeLand Cycle & Hobby Shop PHONE 7J4-S6S4, > Home, DeLand's Entertainment US Eott IndloRi AroBB


Call Todayl HELP! 113 West Rich Ava. Phone 734.5182 42 Photo Iq..t-S.. Headquarters WELDING I Chock Our Pricos

PULL TI M I. Or..",. rmi.t.lnWAITRIOOI : DEALER ,
TRANCHT'EI MACH1NI WON I l.lore' Tai loll, ,
hut b. .nut, .v.rII SFEEDT.: taped Film Prnc.* tns. AOOOHTtO. > OTtlb
1. Apply, 'In AIKPORT Shirk and \\h1t end Color.DELANO Baird :Mobile
p r o" JI Bmliiou OpportaiitlrePART Homes;
: DELANO REOTAURAXT: No phone nU. WotorfroBt} DovolopRioirtConsli 141 CAMERA N. Blvd. CHOP. AAAGNAVOXRCA GUENTHER'SDOCB : ,

DISHWASHER with Imavltdf.or NOW AVAILASUI in till arm, Ditching at_ RR 44314
Owrpl n. Allan Jolo FlorUft
MnklnK. Mule b. neat and *fficUnt reutM vtndlnr olirtt. turn, 6rod1n .VICTOR .
a PAINT & GLASS Apply la B*.-..... b.fw...n Cindy, nuts and ethar ait ..U> 1 Clearing | 43ANTIQUES.

I 11 RIO..II\.n TRITK 4 6TOPlEtTA( eU In Pouts''UClIt.1 MM Isr.HmmlRoute Fill Sand Cloy 121 E. RICH .

il *.'1'.r AaTIN. Owner RANT Plum 7S4.7M'!. t 103, lntmntRxiith < -Hourly or CiBtmt Buy; .C r.II.! Mo. t., laU SYLVANIA Rentals 62 .....1. '

1 131 W. C., ,AT*. Ph. 7M42S1 COUNTtR ANT ,,CtRB CHRU EXCIF: tNT xrnlnis Will fully'. Bull.llno. 4JA Old Coins t Stomps OR. c.... Hems tJnrumik!
APPLT W PE* OK. WHATA limrurt For liu rvlw, writ. ,,
/II BURGER, CORNEA AUEUAWAITREOII l"cl\jtlln. Dhowe number tee l sohT0. doting BLACK:..OARWHITE TT I' Aplrtilea1sPORN. w .uwa." Ma meatk. Peer
"ND' R, It.., D.an4 Sue N. Drag. WB BUT .' WB MXL AND STEREO HI-TI' "(-.891. f
11 Sonrkn (\ APTO our tow pwmatlt -
SpKM . pr.fMT.4. HtrfORD: COIN TAMP : RADIOS .
SHOP el 'wid cheap M. Ulfr Alas t ." tai tea*, or
>Mu.t' Rxaial k. IIver! RxtIrant.Hwy 31i Apply! In vr.oa IT. Financial JU-M KM, ""R,,VOLCS1A 1.V"". BOULEVARDAPPLIANCES ,'t7nl*,-th*". all I 714.7405 l) or M7HNKDtCOMATKD Mia. ,Ph.eej1W7f1:.., 1144531

DeLand Co. >4 milai N. of Deland. Call: ORANGE CIT1.5114M .
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Woodworking IIOROOMfurnl.hd" eft oear
14, K. ) .1117 "'..141. for epnlelm.nt.IXCltINo L/ml Harland. Fogl Jr. S pone end two.: Lis k1Wes. 64 .BMHMU bush ;

WOOD WORIUNO .nd BUILDING n Mealy T. Ph.". rt4.2t0i HOMO A"...... 7701. I

Ceatrartor. S. R Sohalhl funiUli.d ..part'mint DOWN TOWN OFFICE-
.11..... T14IBftSPAINTINd / NIWw1In. '4rf >11ft"'and*t""1latrl"aonpoitunUy BURNETT FINANCE CO. ,.u cm It. St W It* t,. NTIRTH' BOtTLETARO I nomt aid full kaU....... TWO t ROOM ejrpraa ftanala
RSPAIHS.iCarpantrr. I 1101 live! .TOP e0 uou.u..t .arhrf t amcios'''.P'S.lHEAVY W FIITTNOHOrOBFRIERSON'S PHONE 7 4M4 784-M77 aurta central air eand, katIII -
\ ,. HOOriNd Pa.'Tt4im during .th. nming COMPU. = LOAN IJIlVIC1I: _Open PrKUy nljhtill 0 ,.... and ).""/*" panics''lnelud.l.'
Cell N.taoa..... Hoyt.. .. .. Hnllq.y R n, 'WrtM uiilriFrint.i UJAo.S: TO 1101I..0 LAYAWAY- THB SliT APT* MG4fo8i COM- .! r men
S > : '' l
aftar w BOULEVARD"
H, Snow pr. Bel dill. CARDBOARD (1'' THE: : turnl.h/d." titans & sEN'NZTT::
114 S. ALA. 734-0872 : ?
OWNER Oarald B: Frl.rann 114-I4H UIH' K.
S. Dayton .*, Fla. CHRISTMAS.TRANSIITOR sad denettewl area < IllY" Phone. t..W
I* Stptlo TanV "Ice SIGNS FOR SALSIScEach 110 N. 'Bird Phew 1>4 1TTIWASREkS
$14.95 UP Real
MAnAo '''.1141 til W. HOWRt .
HAS BEEN IN bt'aINES$. WR aa iprl. r hew. NO HUNtlNO. For R.nt Anirt-. SERVICE: : ... G..
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.bo> hOT SELL OUT TO ANT let maohln.,,,,,,,1..,,Operator. Aprity with In ..*ri.nenlv e.tory ... FINANCE CO., INC. .m.'nl For Runt, (ton For ,........, WHAT WB OEU. $18.95 UP h... ? r"l 1nI. t. doSOtw.. jot h---, ..... .
**OMIfr Home Pnlki tlon. For Cal" 1100 Tmpaiiinf AC.DC: RAntOS PROM Voerhla, 711.1114.1Bedroom .
Ali l Banford. 184 Or. Mom/ Owned lor FOLSOM'Sairrs E
P.L.nd ...
\ 7 'laadn Prt",, M.efnr4. FFa. Ill S. Blfd, Phone TI4-IIIO. -P.1.4. ,--Sun X-" Offloa. $16.95 UP COINER LOT I'ara. .

SAW FILING DRUMS Neq' ROn /wot0 MACHINES: RECORD: "LA TEll* PROM Furn. Apt Pram. Roues Si O.rdee
APPLICATIONS sew lifer Uk n Ara bons .
., D&L CO. for waltr. *....._ E.pentnra not Loans to $600 CAN >.x pees at lit W Rlrh AT, and SMALL' APPUANCU.ABJUCI $29.95 UP tM E, PARKPALE' 1311131.DELAND

W .. New Tart AT.. TI4I4MLBCTRIO .ee..t'> Mrioa dond ,.enlr..... and M1RJUIto tip*. Union Finance Co. t I wdtat.. "roaFro. HELEN aad KOTIOHOLAKB ...... Itt."" ZENITH COLOR TTB FROM NEW APARTMENTSI REALTY INC

'I .RESTAURANT, 111 'MNAT'Il1D. rtRNITVRB R..frlf.ratnr ..__-_..,-.111 $399.95 UP ., .,lrrnn fifti nt AU K
CLINIC. Tie.ithid t
,, SHAVER AUTt'M"ULJC :REAL E8TATVFhon. : 1 1 1.4 W .>t. Auto umber144 BOOHOOMi % tgDlr'I i34.4404,
a'1. i)..d, .11 work fuer. Ill I. BLVD, ,...12.' i 1:... Hotpol.t Bet 4) Mme P.r.katOLOOK BOB'S RADIO & T.V l's' T 7.w ort at eo. Help WBBto4-MBl k..utllul .._-__n. .. carport lnclud f. BOULEVARD.OUWBR t iMd: -i Frlftdalra l" W RICH PHONE TJ4-JMI moath plus, atlUtla ,...IT I..Monlv BRAUN REALTY
n Intiwaca Rtf. t.AI.rI': Old .. -T, Call m- tm ..r 71..181. OTTO. .u UIf, R4.M.. .
t RTDE8 11Ki Service Station Man t ld 40" E,1M Rrant ...141 Deltronics T.V. .734-8524 MODISH t BR. Oupln: Apt ru.... P...0.. nt-.... _,
.,b Furniture Bargains
-&tt.11l; I JAMES F. CLARDY Used PALES QgRTlOB RENTALS 0.par...' br caroxit AdulU.No .
I" Wanted. $50. Week Plus S&H Appliances, Inc. I pe, Early ...Ift. L GENERAL: IN MS
Commission. Steady Em. .u N. Plod. hens .."I' 041 W, r4l4fOp ... "; 0 >de.---I ELECTRONICS: ; SERVICE APT rurn VMT e.".. 111 1. f'U\1U ,4 An
Vnl..t. Sh''p|>'ln. C.nltrl Pe Teem. N.\ ..." MI ... CJNTEAtrMOTOROLA: In All ,," I *R.. .n_ ..BOll.uu
ployment Guaranteed.:No JOHN: w, TURNER Suits "U, p..... ... Parklri. Adults. Mo.
PtRL AUTO l.r..u.: CHIS. and MATTRSIOi child Pe Barbanel, set_.. n.1t.nd ,. pTiow 114-848: MUST 'AC''CII' se.utlful...
QRUTCHESWALKERSAWHEEL Work. 104 N, 1LYD. P11. rnrklnc so"' Hull* ONLY ? .E 331- I SR 1 bath het.
Sunday Holiday Ails I ;. Fhona 734-:ili.11IM i 1 Round Coff.."l Modem DovmstairsPUMNIOHtD nrdee: j Cl. Aorleg" GeiCee 404 Spring

1 CHAIRS None Over 50 Years Of J4 MSAtalt -5is,IueSN, CASH FOR CHRISTMAS "' TablM "N. Mark. 41.W : if CURTIS-MATHES .pal'lm.eq .U .l.o* 34-tu2.. Jlrto",,, .....'. Invll"Hulls.

[M.J'OR RENT OR SALEClJearden's Age Give Two. References tlORTilAOES WHAT Hire Tsui Arl.g' It Im a h 1I"t.lnttlurUseY.w" ;; Leaf; i .--::.- ..... trio 714-.U8.t "" .......... Clo*. ,. town.Call FISH EVERY DAY"AFTER '.'
pills aad TT Ides <
Shop And Age. I FOR INFORMATION sheet. Long 140 F11CIRR'1 I. I11.VD. TRADING PH "POST...... I Pr. Mahb.anr IIult. "UII.714.101Room s.w" ,3411 ONB' BEDROOM ......,,\, Indfloor WORK :
Drug T""jE; TIhI'OERAL/e. Mule Dlnlnr Room We Service AU Makes umiP.r tal. JJ> WMtHowry.
0W,,a.1Ta.. I'IIoM Tart 1/Well.....* Af* Write Box .73, DeLand' '."' 10". Lean Awoelatlon' BUY WITH CASH I.Pc IIt.II..d.1i...-..--::= Jjjj: : : Plion. M43I4HPUBN. 0111. "/ft't .era ", .t "...f 'Tdh

Sun News.. Ul N. Florida" Fh"a. 714WltLive WITH A LOW Nctt\bll: 4 Drawer Cheat tulle....... J 14.HpMtbto J BLACK & WHITE TV 4 Hot R. APT sod ,MM C1'M waur In Ueld.Phon. .. .beautiful bill. ..r..b.dreem. a Fier .old..."' .1e1 N .o"tr l..
PERSONAL: hid$.t set510n0R
AnIMBWeL fut IpNnp
U P1-eplr. Nw .. *'." e COLOR TV T14-M71 Tbi fudrnbybneven
StockII Uk
IAR'I" w.neD. App"ly" H..nrr' DELAND STATE BANK lr*>' Feat .
S.rh.r Cnna. 111 N. 1'1.. Ale. 0' tmr\r\ Ant-time Leye FUHNIOHIO I btdrMtm .pt. with bk. new Inoudlng OJ!: ftnittro.
.. .. all 7I4-I4.J ..It.. 4 'II M'. "Home Of Oold c...., Lmn." 1.14 New A' U..... "Llk.t unuti!. H/W baiL ... ..u.HI P.frlg rant. and 1111 OS
..... P.uN DU : Ins/ L New Tmh 'bo... "t-161t New'. .Ill 5A ELECTRONICORGANS W. ti.lTOTHITCLOOt It" Tv.torR g ul. bath,
... \II ." PottCnftrotiPOODlll ,,; f'lfflri; ;iN:.. 1515 mom. being
,APO VOU LOOKIN4 for a. twdEm WE: STILL HAVEPLENTT rt SONT Uefurm.h.4I 111I.. are.. IIlte.... with
IIQ&.t.AWAT."n" AVAAI" Ju t.t alms
.... WO bullt.te
UlDeLand *r full Ohms ln< Paint & Glass Of' B. Vuluila.. 4>:; nty'i OICVtR. TOYS AKO ooon ISEDCOMEGET'EM riTAl, tn. B A B WALKERS T CRIBO alt... ."""'L C.U .v..I" resin with Appka o.d '::
( ., D.IIIPI l lit WHEEL PRATRS fl. dr..n aid doh
tarn ... .Iua
1 Hal. U 'h. 1 mala and I.m.l. TV''' 'U"I"
Ul W.OaanlA AT.. PBM?14.111DURALITE am7 up J'rt: hour, 11'rfte .R.wl.lihPA I1* y..r*. Mt >*. I'nl. end CQI350DR CWAEIL RADIOSD&HTV 'IN I BR. end flonr. fora..BI :7.ep.n Intl deep beck
HOME OF L M.mphl., Tenn, v."'llr AT.... D l.and. 171.5.03_, Adulta Sp1'11W//1 alter. reee er.rlenklog ha 111411
ud .
4 IV t"t Ie
MOTIL QARDEKER: and HARD PINE DOOS and Cata for.dnealeu hat hh ".... thle I. the Mot
MAN, I dlr i ***k. 1 alts t* itao ALSO pmrdteL Animal RMTII.U FURNITURE: CO. CCOtI IN I I set RMm turn- .
PAtN .WXE' : NGDfG a. Fha. 1344111.r .m*, 110, W. Mia* m1144.Merchandise D&HTVTV I lit4 a,t. prt"t. katfea. ru.wn for nip J,; = ; &::. tsar ,
110 B. BtTTX
T3WH11 I'1tOIl. 1M-4I44 .M'.' lit a:. Howrjr. Paca.714I4IL.
.u M..e. .. .;, MET W ANTE!' TV RENTALS Loqis} C Myers
$ ttor -QM Cm >mir Shims It :3W 121 XORT AJCXtlA 41 RdOMOVALENCIA) tile' Bh4I..5p.43.Euat.l,
ISBT year by winking I wwka vrntfc Kt NORTH AMELIA Baby Beds & Roll.A-Ways ome't' :; :: -IILtt t
.... ,. ".rYlr.. Statin WlI"I&.
l ArtklM Per Site PHONE 734-6065 .
Lig.1.r eWUraa. I/XJUE'I Kirht rtilft Bits Boa U txLind 41 I, Week .. MntkMATHER, PHONE 7346066l VILLAS 114NILOW"
I/ a. Sun News t BIOM60MO. katX ..otrs Urn
I 531 L /.e.TI4.4HI.MISBV lul Out Wlnt.r Thrifts WIG < MotorMt"""* Slot,, mom ncd .. kadiard ...... p",,,., teem. noel. .
w I1.L11 loadT! II"* tr tt"i'ti to,
DAY WVMTT. _..II Day Exp. ProjectionistApply JAL-O-SEAL LIONEL TRAIN O. doss ears 141 I RL21s Ra ..,.11 UtrBTC.: BE.VXETT back per VOlT G.n.emest ta.1

ci_ t11.1IA.I11MR, ...ul..ard. rm....laICUNITY Dye. n. M !WI Pen 1M n. TI4Jt Ira"k lad.or an-awnnaa.71446/1.. Ph.. .. SAL. rot ind PITTING" .... 1UH').::1 DIY'. **, 4i44titDUPLBH .-.1 t. a l.sod. t14-I18It.Re.itst. ... 111-4015 kl_

113 7. VOLUSIA FEED STORE 'So-Del Furniture titans. and. Tbraadm. Cha..r Law t BR furs Yen
Fi.rh ...ot.OUARDS....., .(.II..ta.. II 1.L WB DELIVER: who ILBCTRIO .". ... tw.lrlrt "I ft ll'ITt YI AIRANOLD* Walkar ..... Matt TM-44*.. DIM EMs" kit W.._ ,.... M4Ho. Highway ,Frontage '
2t BGItiDB Cllatr.etarlemr.JlAUrAluLCtoa Full .nd part ,,"'.. Mu.t tli Ibis I4T B. Omits hex 'n.uSl rcfrltoralnr.. Roaxnakla.rhim J.SI: ALW UTMt LtkM | BR.TraiUf M.4kd
tl4-MI 114-"'... .. ... Ii *"...1.' "' *" Ploy. lot. Pug Kr* ndPaths '-"*.
,. Pea ritld ...nI .1 *.imlna.tion .... !.. nr r>i> iiiiMt. ?; 41 Power Egelpiuat .. glad cneduthnt. >r.-. .. '.*
and ."v.r""t and ..11.. MAHOGANY Drumbl. O lHirhlt Kit 0. ,,"'.. hex M44MIr bN "U :3t U.**a Pith.w.y '
p ,., Pit, .. City. R.1.
rtaaranrw, ItU rr .h nr 1>M* To* .M.ho* LIMB NEW Uttit Cantnar traitor, PKoM 7J4-I7H. SiaJl'VJSJ1"
COLOM G rr t11144a form and, tnH: ;l i M lR.plr any" End T.M....and Cora.r.n T kataot.Wa only tin, Auto 'M H.zln' tint: \ c..... dull end .... xrowPWseLulelr POWER MOWER: BALE NICK t '''.. hew, __ I *w. HARTSOCK r
Huy at HtroMaAnta REALTY
lina. hi
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l boa LI In MLael own Sun !S. a.SIKVICt RICKSHA ANTIQUES: R>palr, 141. B. : Te\ \: :-PontF.' := shi"m1hor.P. BcriOTERU sic or furs.x ale WMt pnvat...4.. .and.t .55111watts f try. 1211 t Tel_. Orun rn,
201 AIr Cu1L 3i NutW MANAOSR. WANTIOl (Po176r5. AscIIi aal AT* .Sko. "> Mnn thrr 0 r. 235.1744.COLIMAN Bit .tot"1 1TS4I41H C.1i II.Meb.ex. A. Clark PIO.NEER, : : CHAIX SAWSTALTON'S ......t... Call T44l afur t. tpaUNPURNISHID P1.0.111.1113. n.. .. Nine .
LlKil. ATfc
III' 11I4..121
CALLiROYFRIERSOM'SJnc. inliaina 11 a week. CHva. 'riarantMd tat I .plus.'**com." c1 Jjl"rrnl'clM.; 135 fi. wee kaatar will' "fit N. ..... ..... TJ4MMS2 Cols t oWIrftora. .1 and Mul.os4 lia.TY. Don r'- ure.1N rA.' 1
and rafw.ncM Muat hi ......... Mover, |.*. Oil .imtaunt .**!. HORAN'S car .rt.. kiteao* Mvd*' h. el.eanr.. L.aleM\:
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I 'u" N..... CHRISTMAS. TRSSSi atM aaadlac.irk In" ui.d Yew. Irl these 1144M I .ll L "1"I I / SIt yBATHLl
Pies trim Fcnnaylvania.J FLORIDA I1OMB OAS 1YT W. .. hxt d,
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t BEATING WANTQD ill-A SW. 1.I..IMttt.t 40 MtltMl' BilllOBIOBtlWit :..CRA wets oil!! brltat rstl Ph.IR. 'eews3qmM repbsei 4IaL
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| WHK ............ Olv. t1"1'.t14"go.4. 114-414* D../1.
aad "' ;to1I ': 351 truck routs Ales TY New .:* :a.Oork 111 M. alts .-. fM.. I.The.ALLEN.MUTE II4-4KI w rein, .' trot .ubey.
AIR CONDITIONINa'SHEET I modest rr>rnea WrllSu M..1 boo N 24.p.neae.n Del-Os Revd. Then. 134./045, riitl" >** theses. R..l, PIANOS3.'x1. Hka tow tops. Hems Lewly :;::.r" :!:::: "", uhth a'I.belt double Vas
HEAT' pore .Ixthop )lathe MM u.lhl ..... Co. .t.4 Ti .t. 'A W. UJ L ..
METAL WORK NvV \ fl'AfISTOWSPINE. ... .... ..... ynme.'A00 ... '
irf 4kar MmN. 7'00. 11411 fay ......... ta .meoo Manses Nwh I h 114.75 JOHN.EBISNOP'WCRVItm
BJO L .,.". .. n- b111 ,toms Pknn H4.17I' tees ".... CL.t.I" epee 1 Aeae I.n .
Mlp Wann4-Mato II FMIIPTIAtHIR MY TRADING POST LSAP, SWII'SM. Lam W .... 'wiV'o- witll n-.... MO W. India*.. A..... nMSM .Hltl I EL Areewmtes, Se.w RMetM urxc .w.emICUs Only Pt,:.... I'll-DES
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c t.TMI 423I.'Pbw1Ai Aa.. thiS 7J4 rt4AUTHORIttO atawi. Ptaalr P.' _= 131ntIIOrnpN
111 I tit "\
bath vtk kat let pet xur Gro1ey L.rww.
k.atln ta .tII BOOKKjfePBfc
Klda kit M I.. r 0 e.* Cer...,< WANT.D"vU'. IRINI.. peer Irlirle. x. P1brp'sAueaes traiter' li\ .......* 134IIWINO -!!;:..$. 47 ....-,......... ..... A4 SCTPUEBT7wrtur for tr: ktatinc irrr ( OUlur I 1eax I. sly hea.w Ph.ll424. ..e ides. ..... 5.01 es thin FnrWI ... a.Y. SIO100MLyeN hA. tww
Mr a MACMINSS ""' '.Crier n.. bmI.
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T Ar A.akllf > .t. Ph. t14.ltl. lelplSPi'I. It*,ktTTLEMAKERS VICTOR 'T' Ineisdes ..4rute--. INrbMWTir5.L Td. bail Piss. "llItJr!.nth...,
YOUR R.CA. hnt-
DUI IIPT I.. List .mt4umtrt&L 110 eel BLVBi, PtsROPP'P1Pea'PIrPiWILcrIRRicntil _. ;r .e.o1' 035 W' I 4m sere an4' i.f 4.g
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.w Tt w16OP41ii. Ylllul. 1 TrIielMt. W.lkle Talkie MONTH OCO the! JAO. Raaiia.a.u.4 DIALEL m -L..Wo1' s0LoviYtY .1 ;.aloe. .,414
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'X""IINC' Rshy Sittar anIU wllh Nu.nee a wd 1.03 ...,. .aca Maka. Hadrda at CALKINS ELECTRICRepairs"Oa TIPBJtTm 1R.. Ratty fu1 0 1". TWe'U..oeN' '
JANITROL akl ...RI.... Mra. Aaa. Tan*. tu. Tbx. t1i : tiif suwkM. M.kN Aata.watt. t:c.. P 114QII katk. d h... bttrhtr :Pies ;5r.OR.O4'ST 1 1m31,5 _. ". .
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.! d..s P>.n. '''.UU. Dleslq talr.Qua. Buirak. ..K* __ M Grp OO t> PTNAfCIvoII .11_,W. .. .
"" Famous Quality ... '' alit Shill.-C.rpMHs H at> gas 5034 H.... Manners: AD Mates ANNUAlS .taR L PH. TI4J>q I up,.. -eS.lmpdenlW
4UN10c H'. aCM00l' 1.03514.'. 135 .t....... II......... ROSES & o mrs te
.tn, Hestia. ... Ain want. Baby lll.1UP A .''litEtx" Inc Hmd.uertoeSTYNER'S H.M. ..-. i\,'of Radio & T.V. FOR RENT t IlL HOtn5EAR seSrA 121 pne.sA ; ;.
..c.d. hise 211.31.cetnvriT HARDWARE crrest Rt1""nb134.17 ... DAVE BRIDE NURSERY IwlTONCNOO1.. I
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(Between Euclid and Bereiford Avenue) tttfC

Under, Construction 3 and 4-Bedroom i

1 Homes Almost Completed! ':. '$. 'Pens Ink ..

4. ... Bibles ..

"See These Before You Buy"Buy ,} DiariViDillFolli

Now For Homestead Exemption

Desk Sett 'n:

LMN Enterprises Inc. StationerySlide ; ':':

Rules .:,r'

,IUUDEK! : TypetcritersDictionaries Ideal Christmas Gifts! t.

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.. Drawing Seta .",. 60 CHEVROLET WAGON '59 FORD SEDAN

McCARRIER REALTY 4 i..,. I Beiienetr, Bvtoniitk, 4 cyllBoWt Celexle with Wire" engine.. rows itoir.leg ,

DtUid, norltUKcpreoenUUre. Writing Paper 4 elr-toni'ltloiildf., In gad mtcheBkel ......., twtomotk IJr.c. dltlt....

n .. TJ4-J7M filing Cabinets condition. Nooolt MM* BpptBrcRce work. If i e ....1 et .., prtct...

Chair WirHi twltt 4.r ,rU..
\. $795

.ata .n+w .- w., sll,. .. .., r Desk Calendars S Qti $499
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Zipper Note Books
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SPEEDOMETERBELL Colored Pencil Sets '62 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX USeere ..4.1 with ettemetlc, power ttetr

Drawing Instruments A kteetifvl IkllN. .look et. Ifs the eroomf .... reele BOB ,.."r. A top "rf.,..,
the crt leeeee1 with" estrci
& kKlttelBfilr with lexery rMe. Looks Dki ".WfM.. cer.
Brief Bags Cases leeeMtleeliig. Ifi Hit Ilk* MW|

I Oil Painting Sets $l 195

Christmas Cards 2,395 ,

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61 VOLKSWAGEN AH white' eiftrler( with 5 boeetrfvl VlelBterier. "

1, Many Seeretf |*!. Ifl .Bed |vst .... ..... wheet (. ( H,i elr-conditloiliig. evtometlcdrive

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Hardtop with" .......tlc
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ItS W.IndliBO. fcnkii rod?. end ..
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t Store 211 West Rich AT. Phone 734-6521 Phono KB SLIM A reel) ivteeth .....". Ttpi for eye ep>

4 v. McGiLL. Ow.er2.l. $9 9 5 peel e II. peckid with ,.rf.,......

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Better LivenI II IIII Dee't 58 bt OLDS tkli price SEDAN fool lO.. 58 BUICK HT COUPE

ei rapt III L I CHRISTMASGIFTS $495 .. lett mre.

__stmas Bargain InRolling GALORE .n"i95

Acres 60 FALCON 2 DOOR '

cLOUD At>MJANCMI OARAOB WITHIN AND i'III'IIIII .. For Him or For Her A let el ter fr UttU 144np; i cylinder" itoederd trI.......... t.

UUP. H ACKB FISH Connell & Cox $595 '

NO ARC L UixwtU MTATJte.icb II Estates SOLD 895

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Plion 734-I34 r

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? Y4*.r 114*I I4.UO, Phone 734 4307 iSPVAlt FAVBWDTBgllM GW Warranty with any listed car. 3 finance plans available.

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. a. doM 'n end .'!".. *. tl..aLOWSE nurowr $s33 Sn.41 lID EM N.. i.' Are. 21WSSKSH8!
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i frill trw. lmmdi 900- CLARKE Tfookor .
001 for lust U.W cash.RITIMID Roltr r N. II... IT r .....'11 A.4 Do.4 rtriltaro t11M11COLONIAL 211 W. RICH PHONE 7346521Wl :
$ $ $ $
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tins .... aFtls.dln1. Due for .i< d. I BodraomRlnek
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r FRANK SPARROW .11'PIJ..1Ia lite bt .... Your Car Will Never Be Worth More
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lor Real x.,... ......,. n*. '.. .11' .11041111. I7IT b.1 Hi ... maul. ,2.I VALENCIA VILLAS 155.l' won in* PamlIP: room, $14,500. $1,000 DN. '' Mrr.ryIT Ult Mb .11.... Clifton Timber & Realty Than It Is Now. We Are Stocking Our
.Is AN OUTiTANDINOaiUc Mow :. $11.01, 1404 I NIWI Anllnn smith front withI1111and ....b.. RSALTORI m"E.T"1I1I ...
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... 1141.11 .
down mmtk, I. 134.014II
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rludo < > .*d Inraraiio. llvo *od4 Mn4anaaslot 1417 Vl. Ill mo.IMt. Lot For Our Formal With Good
1..11", ,D.It ''''teb." tnnCLTDB > N. with runMn t.-.nfow.d On 'IT CfeOTToMIT ..!. in m*. ACOSO iHtk, I .- 'I1"10.0. Opening
jd'io"ft or bobby room C. RENNET REALTOR cr.t. Drlv loud Mk ,........ O B, .. Kw biwi, m*-
|4.Vwkokn : 11114 N Rld. 714-.1" SPECIALS j kiekii! ALL THIB ... D8MIT ISH bl. |U mo.'II 1 1... 114-4141,
ffJJJ"} ::.Vr"Viu Clean
: Cars. Will Cash
.....ado d.; PRtCJlD: RKANMBLT Blocks From S .". f talk Horn with, dlol.g (h r fetturM 2.07171! DAB, .' CkrjrilcrM Pit b/l. $24001. Pay Highest $$$
Shopping M* Ckrrolof UN k.L IT .... 11 ten
11.000 Cash sad room. (1 In Wilk t* "'oP"' '' I
MM. down *.. mil you Into a Mk. R.dund 1* ,0100. COTTINGHAM REALTY M OU.mkU4 tin .*!. $14001. For Individual or Estate Owned Cars.VAN'S
C.BL hum *rMr lot NICB H Moan I 1N
h&or. .olher with 9 OIW oa C o 00'IIiLYh
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YOU RM.,WANt If 4nk.d.a 17,70. b0malh will with I ram UTD.II for dou11.* work rar.*>...nano.rata /SAND Ill m1 NIW I BR. Ualo( r.nmIII.MO DILLON,&. ..ard.SPS/NO... floors"1w....a4rnua.C. .. rain, .M DllIt NIt Lab 121. i""H wBulVUBf ....', ,
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111.41, with I HOMB row tnr or KIDS ., l pan.Owner tH m .
thla wak to ..... 4 '''.. t oath. fta. tlm, REALTORS M ChowMWFoBt "It kL 111 ...
.nik.1. tom. Jmm.dlatd 0.101.1 std kltckf. Lilt.iautos. all W. ...... ........ TI4I741OWNBH HTH 71IMCOMB Mahe PrepNtl
.*.. di.hw.0ha." IJr.luf Must Sacrifice 1 10 kl. $Si Mq
Alva C. Williams ROQM Ctrl all and bllnjrMm. LIAVINO Mat*, will, all po* |',,...w ,.. 'II red 1710 lab UJ.. r IO'e("TVl Will Iss'S.nn. Inland Motor Sales
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ROIltor r Ption ?>4AIONABLII -...l $1,441 751.1..4 Iowa. 1110 U' ixinlkiMladM Pda kWM. IOU W.At 1.nardTARGET bath"kom. ..klih* *said t k ale<.r." Mw '. rtfrncBttW *MI ..... .It M.. rw. Modw".
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.* At lowest .. ***ar 555 *f>4 Milt In. 511 klk (HI ba4 rr.rt EARL LAWRENCE, ...,.. ........ 1'''''
IM tfltMM tll' l>00J'"*. >'" .o4 VUlllr: room rtUM $ ......, J/&r ;,, :i.
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bUSOIns mat 1'\1. 714-1' OOBTB. PRONE ar1Mr P. 1344071 114.1141 A-. ..
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11.140 r EL 11 lars. Or* City *r .MII41 CHOICE LOCATION I law kUluf*. JMknr -=;
land tI R. wall is wall n7babrat1. INVESTMENTS 1704004 715044 .... I P.,00.* TO A ......
M.I rant. b2. 101 E HUNT''''. CAM rOMIIT T0M k".Mi* "u"y**jili lt.r.\.; EAR fJr;''J"". WOOD VOTPM .
".. 4'.51511.1t tO 1.hrbo.L f rnUrt' 4 *nhr CAM/tIN Abel Real 304 S. Orleans Plus A UNCLE' Uft <. IIMk UMWU74.EAd 1144 .. .1.... HMM ti4-M,
Cal I BtfSwStlM *U* :..... ..., Estatey VACANT LOT TO miiotBCBT b.. A" Ftjui. DELAND STATE BANK I
114.7414..HOMES "".!r-w- ;: _.....,... .. ... ItNM Inc. .
MJ* cm... : BLVD AIR M: r.:4.. ,is: Florida Loan Co. 'Li'1t.Of 0.01 .MoV u ,
Bell Realty 00.4 aWNRS ; 1144NPOR a Wrld: Mow TwO Ph. 110.1411VOLN.WA01N.

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PRn2'.SCOTT I HOMC r c. k * f K. W : '-n.'lr" Pay N.m00.14 :.......- gogjaaBMJOSEPH: pious 'Iff' all. a PIy 1tO.lISOII orttll a0.- ko01 c: lilT pN.1.... r.::: l1t ':. n''firR

-..*. A0 Nuss GORDON E. HOLZMAN MiasSnl' llll all NOM1 Vir.....leer. a V h 1511$011114005....,.... ".,... 144.4004 OK USED CARS ,
rt'to or A Tnrnpj Home and Business 0w4731 OOLLA" AT $V1W.M00
LANDLORD> pins. Gnaw CH. m-.. N1J11T1044 10040;.5 r.A4t.LE4
NAME Open For Inspection LOCATIONI S. PECK 57045. ,? 4/h BILL HOLLER MOTOR '
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COLA HOMES kMM, rlly KMH. Ok CI71T11ACrOaOPESMS /I..0. Mr1.A. .
($60.33 Mo $350 DOWN Now, 1yA,5.M pit Bo**'* !* *. eiDHOOM CB Mmor r054MPIN.... .. ::. SALES M 55.4.5aIryr5_ M
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Clifton Timber &Realty Colored Property Sale DAVIDA.'BOBERTSPape : 04 ands t* ilL .A r0 i 4 Wits b1n '... I .*bar.5. *.... 0141 01. ( MooX*., law Mil. **.*. 1.aO's 11..rt jI r1.NU ..

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tor .. Mr. I B4mf DeBiry .
Or k** "?"". rr 0s. .wm..1Dl MotortrdotWo ....f ..
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V.W.GOUID boa Ir.a i $5. Wm on4or cw Wow. a8U 4T r f..l.. 4, Ih .
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DeL nd's Rev. HallmanPastor's ,. DISCUSSES PARTY LEADERSHIP *'a. a :HUM-ffiota*)**.I ******* *SW AT,MC*o, itMfr

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Library Includes .J I Cramer Sees GOP Need Of 'Expert' At Harmony

8T. PETERSBUnC (AP> make a basic, decision' Cramer But it was pot en the defensive lIIeltldlnr the national commit
Rep. WIllIam Cramer, (lt-1lL) laid "is the national chairman and 1tIyedt1ftI.! ." tsMian and woman"
.. who wli have a voice in the the party's spokesman on policy I He said Coldwater made aueh Cramer and Stats Chairman
election of a new Republican matters, or U be only the admlabtrattve tactical errors as visiting It.I" Tarn Fairfield Brown split early
} Many sem i Rare Editions national chairman, believes the head of the party*" "I" Petersburg, a haven of retired In the campaign over which
party needs a man at the helm Cramer said he doubts citizens: and failing to discuss would draw up a slate of convention .
t who can achieve harmony. Burch qualifications to speakon I Social Security delegtaes pledged to
among the many factional leaders policy matters. But he said "Apparently the feeling was Goldwater
By OTTO ALLEN ten on one of the divider pages the present chairman, the that they had laid out a national The senator gave the nod to
IUD News Staff Writer by John Stansfleld, a probable "You have to have harmonyto choice of Barry Coldwater campaign and this Issue didn't Cramer, but his slate lost In the:'
The personal library of the owner of is the book In 1770.Here hive strength" Cramer laid could stay on U he could prove I fit I In at that time," Cramer primary to an unpledged slate*,
Rev. Edward N. Hallman, assistant Stansfield's poem as Friday at a hometown news conference his effectiveness as an administrator said. "They refused to localizethe organized by Brown and the
pastor of DeLands First It appeared on the page written The Congressman Ia i and draw party leaders campaign." state executive committee
Presbyterian Church, contains with a quill pen in India ink: Florida republican national commltteeman governors, Congressmen, Richard Cramer said he had not met
John Stansfleld He said the national committee
Bibles and historical religiousbooks book Nixon and Dwight Elsen with Brown since the election.
dating to the 16th Century i Cod give him grace on It to )look mistakenly delegated abed
hower I
Into tank force that
Mr. Hallroas started the collection And not to look, but understand He said he didn't know wheth a lute authority for the campaign __ :
In 1954, driven by a pro Y.. That learning better than boos er Dean Burch should continue could stands speak for.out on what the : In some states, such u Florida, We Make
found Interest In religious history and land : ai national chairman party to one IndividuaL I
of the reformation era and I When bout and land Is gone "He ban made mistakes," Cra So far Cramer said no one I "I know of no public officials Stamps
printing styles and spent mer laid. 'Ive got to be convinced has challenged Burch for the who' were Included In strategy JIBS. MARTIN
The oldest authenticated date Then laming It moat exellent. that he won't make the chairmanship But he said the sessions by the Florida Executive I LRL'SETRPhone
i ef a book In the collection is I 'The .spelling that of, Stans- same mistakes In the future and party has talented men who Committee," he said, "and 7344005CHRISTMAS
John Calvin Institutes, a 1562 field i that ,he Ia going to guide and could do the Job. He named some were excluded from them,
French. The I PSUMS Robert Taft Jr, Charles Percy,
edition printed in calf 1 There BETS. harmonize the party"MfST Bliss! and Walter Judd. rMIMn..........._.....__,",..................ww.w.+ _
book Is bound In vellum. a are three sets of Psalms DECIDE Ray -- 'cr
and lined with i t' Ip :ir oYom.. In Mr Hallman .
akin parchment Geneva Bible national\ committee, at Its
It has In the front of MEMO!
parchment manuscript. part the book, the r
traces of an obscure language Psalms are designed for devotional meeting In late January, must Cramer said lie had not yet
printed In the Inner parchment reading, according to Set forth and allowed to be replied\ to Goldwater's letter requesting W
Msy we itggtit sllew ts Christmas. '
apparently printed to be read In the Instruction. Another set is lung In all Churches, of the his ideas on what mistakes yes n wrap
made jw your gifts frsm cur store and reserve them. for
the the
I A mirror. + prepared for reading in Church people together before and after party during
December 2S.
un EDITIONA as Scriptures. The third set li morning and evening Prayer: unsuccessful campaign
1582 edition' of Thomas. set to music, with the following As also before and after Sermon But he said he would tell i flask Ys.
Aquinas In Latin II another of careful instructions for its use: ; and moreover, in private Goldwater that "there were a
u Mr. Hallmaa! semi,rare books. The Booke of Pialmes-. : Collected houses, for their Godly Solace lot of basic tactical mistakes" s'nifh :
i j Most of his pre,19th Century Into English meeter. and Comfort Laying apart all "A party out of power should i JrugJ Jnc.
books were ordered through a (music\ by Thomas Sternbold ungodly Songs and Ballads, never have to run a defensive ,
i catalog of used books from an John Hopkins and other: Con. which tend onely to the Nourishment campaign," Cramer said "Our 124 N. Boulevard Phone 734-0577
English concern. y "IY feared with the Hebrew; with, of vice and corrupting of campaign should have been of.
"My books aren't what wouldbe apt notes to sing them wlthall. : Youth." tenaivt from the opening gun. 1 ..I..It..IltltldtltJtJlJItNlltItItItlrUtltltJlJlItJlJtllItII
I considered Museum pieces," Ir 4N"
h Mr. Hallman said 'Few are M I
first editions, and the condition -
I II Ii of most of the books isn't up to I I II II fl '7T ;: j
i II Museum standards ,, ,
I Mr. Hallman said the age of
I tome of the books he received I .
1 1i 1 % .h.'d'YIIIII'f.( 'tf.Lh O..wMM
from the mail order house In
England surprised him, "I was I
never quite sure what I was
getting from the descriptions +
i written in the catalogs .some
1 of the editions were much older tZal
than I had anticipated," he
1Sth Century reformers appeared
In the books of his collection.
He photographed and enlarged Of?
many of these prints and the enlargements
I now line the wall of
his study In the First Presbyterian REV EDWARD HALLMAN
Church. with collection o( Bibles
The maID characters of the

I reformation 'era' were Swiss the same works In both editions, A copy of Theodore Beza'i nncrff
i f German. and English. All were'' a wood print of Luther appearsat "Creek and Latin New Testa-
the front of the book. The ment" is among Mr. Hallman
leader of Calvin the Swiss was considered reformation a later print ,appears' to be an books. "The original language of a A ,i! q P Pt
exact copy of the 1652 picture the New Testament is Greek,"
t He died In 1564: Other Swissauthors displayed ,except Luther If facing the b. said. "The King James version
t whose print are opposite direction.\ at the Bible was taken from
on Mr. Hallman study the works of Bean" Kffl
Englishman John Wyclttfe preipared t'
t wall are Ulrich Zwlngll and
William Tare! Both died before a Bible In Anglo.Saxon In Be7 '. work dates from 1398.!)
Calvin the 14th Century William Tyn- The King James version of the
THEOLOGY: BASIS dale and Myles Coverdale were New Testament ,came out In
18th Century rcformatlonlsts, 1611.
Philip Melanchton and Martin
Luther were famous German "Actually they were more translators Perhaps Mr Hallman's favor-
Ire book, from collector's
Melanchton'i than reformers, Mr. a
Loci contemporaries! Communes printed In Hallman, saidCoverdale standpoint lion. written by .'
credited with John Dlodatl, Italian reform
was an
Latin In 1521 was the first to
bring out the systematic theology preparing the first complete er and minister In the late 16th .L
of the reformation Mr. English Bible, This was In 1323, and early 17th centuries In
Hallman said Luther's translation after Tyndals's translation of this book, Diodati has analyzed
of the Bible to the German the New Testament, he Bible In diagrammatic
language was the basis of Lutheran GENEVA BIBLE 'orm.' The book title Is, 'Flout

theology, he said. Mr. Hallman has a copy ofBreeches and Learned Annotations" upon
Mr Hallman has the first or the Coney Bible the Holy Bible
1390.. It for Mr Hallman has two editionsof <<
English edition of Luther's Table from was printed an .
Talks published ,In 1632. He also English speaking. I\'OUp'lI1. Can.eve. "The Venerable Bedes Ec"
has an 1840 English edition of clftslasrtcU History of England r,
The first, written In Anglo-
Saxon ,with Latin commentary, lASTMINUTE There's Still PlentyOf
e / was printed' by the Unlveristy
of Cambridge press In 1M3-44.

Christmas l 'r "Bed: was a remarkable British
Slr I hlatorlan'whose, Works trace
'?; Present We on the IsV*,to the earliest :
: recorded date,"" Mr,' Hallman SANTAS A Brand New 1965
said. "Mucb of ,
l today's history
: .. with. a F 1s baled on Bis study." '
His historical accounts date
'I 1 from before Caesar's time to
future! lh.t'of Archbishop Egbert In ChevroletChevelle '
7M. Then Saxon Chronicle accounts
!. take British history up to11M
'I tRlh
i;:A' book a'f:Cttecfelsm: written
1It' to 1714 by I'' Scotch)minister' '
l!it,,, named'Alexander ,Hamilton ,is

one \('Mr. lUllraaa't' .. first ,'editions. ,! "
"I suspect this ts the only ,
edition'of,,this book because of
the title" he said
The title, 'taken ''verbatum
from the book's Short Catechism: concerning the
three speciaL Divine Covenants,
and two' Goppel' Sacraments,
with the 'Scriptlll'l\I\ Proofs Calculated or
especially for the use of "
those of weaker cilJ."-

Hert'i LONQ'another TITIX example of CorvairIn it

Scotch authonhlp'' that dldnt
r "Scotch" on the title "Help for .
I the Ignorant An essay towards ,. !y
an easy explication of the Westminster .
Confession of Faith and Your This Christmas Eve. and Remember WE'RE
Catechisms": It was written by Carporte .
a minister .named' John Brownin \ t ,

Mr the early Haltman's ISth Century copy of the OFFERING THE YEAR'S TOP TRADES On These Brand New.65's,

Geneva Bible has. a poem writ-
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