Gainesville sun
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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Wilson Gives Nod to NATO Nuclear Force 1

WASHINGTON (AP-Britlsh lied Jointly owned and mixed- Johnson, 'saying he will deal submarine units with Allied new, broader approach, but officials J iMing safeguards on the use of dent an opportunity to Worm
Prime Minister Harold Wilson manned nuclear surface fleet with them and with his policy sharing of the costs as well as said they had reached ac- nuclear weapons, and prevent the Soviet government that, In
said today his talks with President West Germany would be a toward the U.S. multilateralforce the strategic control.In cord on the general guidelines ing their further proliferation." his view, the prospective NATO
Johnson have been com central member of this force. plan In a speech In the two days of conferences to be followed In the consulta
pletely successful In setting ob- Wilson expressed hope that House of Commons next week. ended Tuesday night, Wilson tions.A Wilson scheduled a midmonv nuclear organization will be a
jectives for the formation of a the French government of President He would not say at this time and Johnson agreed that the communique, released at log hewS conference at the British barrier to the spreading of nuclear
The Russians
nuclear weapons force in NATO Charles de Gaulle will be whether Britain would be willing United States and Britain will the White House, bore out the Embaisay, and It was expected weapons.
and laying guidelines for Allied interested in the new, broadened to be an active member of start urgent consultations with evidence of accord on next that he would provide claim that such an organization
consultation. approach to a solution of the the mixed-manned force or other nations this week aimedat steps, saying: further Information on the resUlts would place nuclear weapons In
West German bands.
Wilson also declared at a nuclear weapons problem hi would help pay for It. working out the broadened "They agreed that the objective of his sessions with Johnson -

news conference winding up his NATO which has been worked Britain's primary Interest, NATO nuclear program In more In this field Is to cooperateIn Officials said the Allied] consultations -
Washington conference that out here. however Is In getting creationof concrete detail. finding the arrangements Johnson was to meet with So- would begin later this
"we are prepared to go for- Wilson declined to be drawn the nuclear force to which The two leaders reportedly which best meet the legitimate vlet Foreign Minister Andrei A. week, when West German Foreign *
ward vita aD proposals" Including into a detailed discussion of the the British would assign their stopped short of trying to agreeon Interests of all members of the fjrornyko In late afternoon, and Minister Gerhard Schroe-(
a U.s. plan for an AI- proposals which he made to bomber and prospective nuclear a formula embracing the _alliance, while maintaining ex- Oils meeting offered the Presi der visits LandonOiaintsuil1c'

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City Studies I IMotels' County Approves.

Bid 'I .

New Zone

For Utilities' Setup


SUB Staff Writer

City officials talked in guarded
tones about extending utilities
(AP Wlrtphoto to M. Sun) lines to the I 75 New. Area OkayIs

berry Road interchange Tuesday
Winter ArtThe night at the request of hoc X
several motels consider I n e DelayedBy
first heavy snow storm to hit New England this g
in the
building area.
season produced the petting for thin attractive scene Since of Ala- NORJ.aCO: !
at Wayside Inn in Sudbury Mass., The Inn In background Sun Stall WriterA
chua Utilities, which I
with the Old Grist Mill Creek In foreground proposed Industrial area
has the county franchise t 0
wan also the setting for Henry Wadsworth Longfel serve the Newberry Road southwest of Gainesville came
low's famous "Tales of a Wayside Inn." area beyond the western city + under fire, and was held (for
further study when the Alachua
boundaries, were present, commissioners
were reluctant to County Commission stamped

Soviet Cuts discuss their negotiations pub- approval Tuesday on the county's .
licly. new zoning coda and landuse j
s r rX '
Although they finally agreedto f plans., )
meet In executive session The code, now enacted Into It' i I
the "Young Turk" majority Insisted law, replaces an older cods

Arms that reporters be allow adopted In t4T, 'e
Budget ed to attend. One section of the new pro. ,
Commissioner Alan Sutherland gram allocated: a large area '
left shortly after the southwest of the University of

r MOSCOW (AP) Premier Alexei N. Kosyrfn an. meeting was adjourned about Florida and east of I 73 for '.
pounced today a cut of 500 million rubles-$655 million- It p.m. and did not attend the Industrial use. .,
in the Soviet Union's military budget for 1965 and called executive session In Utilities Persons using Archer or Wllllslon !. '

on other major powers to follow suit. Director John Kelly's office. Roads would passthrough'ar '
Kosygin told the Supreme Soviet the Soviet Union's Names of prospective customers by fit area
Kosygln told the Supreme So. for city utilities around Gladys Kammerir L'nlver-
rubber-stamp parliament, that session. the Interchange were not discussed slty of Florida political! science
the Soviet cut and an expected Kotygln reaffirmed! Soviet at the closed meeting. ,' w, professor, objected to the In*
reduction of military spendingIn devotion to Khrushchev's policy Commissioners authorized negotiations )aloe ow., M a m. Ower dustrlal arts, contending II t g

the United States "constitutea of peaceful coexistence and to continue through Happy Reunion would disrupt normal reslden- '
definite positive step toward said: "We are In favor of the '. City Manager Bill (Green Utilities Ual development southwest of

reducing International tension." development of relations with Director John Kelly and Mark Sullivan (left) and brother BUvIe" welcomed] horn their pal, King Tues the university, hat there Is no (I

He said !the Soviet Union attaches the United States Commissioner Ed Turlington.See day after he was returned to them from two week slay .lit Alachua County jail. need for sn. Industrial area Immediately
great Importance to the ( UTILITIES. Page f) See story on Page 7. mar the school, and
further reduction of the military that Industrial we could not I
GOP Holds
budgets of the big nations. Gemini Shot succeed because utilities are

Soviet premier said Bank Records of BakerTo not provided
The new
Postponed For example, she said, bdustrks >
the military budget next year 'Summit' would need city wster .
will total 12 8 billion rubles, or
CAPE KENNEDY (AP-The but the aria I I. served by
12.1 per cent of all government US NEW YORK (AP) Sen. Space Agency tried to launch an Be Alachua County Utilities Inc.,

expenditures cent in 1964.as against Barry Goldwater ls ready to tell unmanned Gemini two-ma" Explored PubliclyWASHINGTON which Dr, Kammerer described

per a Republican summit confer space capsule on a reentry and as s small, private firm
In 1964
The military budget ence today he thinks the struggle but last She also urged that resloVn.Ual .
totaled 133 billion rubles and over COP leadership is tear- recovery test today see (AP Senfrom Matthew H. Mcdoskey no% rt'lred'! told the committee area would be needed
ond trouble resulted In
was 600 million rubles less than ing the beaten party apart. at. Investigators plan to explore Philadelphia contractor MoCloakey thllt' wee "not sn ounce of more In the southwest | hsa
1961. Western officials contend That was the word from a after the Titan 2 boaterrocket publicly today the bank records Is a former Democratic trUili"/ In Reynolds' testimony Industrial section

that much Soviet defense spending source close to the defeated Republican engine was Ignited. of Bobby Baker and a witness fund raiser and former ambaf He Mil' an overpayment MoCk Galneivllle's growth Is restricted -
Is disguised under nonmilitary presidential nomineeas When the countdown readied who accused him of engineering sailor to Inland. >ikey A Co. made to Reynoltj on the south by Psynes

items In the budget, and Goldwater prepared to talk one second, flames burst from an alleged political payoff on a The whit haired Mcdoskey *' bwurance firm was just Prairie, and on the north by
some Western military analysts politics with former President the base of the 90-foot-UH rocket. government construction contract "I pJ." fowl land owners who have
believe total military spending But they died quickly and Amore Hugler and
Dwight D. Eisenhower and State Scckg not tended to sell property, all
this year is well over twice the former Vice President RichardM. the Titan t remained locked The Senate Rules Committee flash testify, the committee of which channels major J

budgeted figure. Nixon. firmly on Its pad surroundedby said one of its investigators, Cape Land For scMul a closed smliMi to growth to the southwest west
The official value of the Soviet Precise arrangements for the a cloud of rtddiiih cringe Edward T, Ilugler, would testily dljsims. Us future courts In Its and northwest.
ruble Is $1.ILKoeyatn New York conference were smoke and apparently undam- about an Inspection he has UI' ExtensionWASHINGTON pilifKIly\ expMve probe of MM Kamnvrer urged that

spoke at the openingof cloudy.There was no word as to aged. made of the bank records of tuff's affairs while he was industry can gel aloof very
the first Supreme Soviet session exactly when or where the Shortly after the shutdown, Baker and Don B. Reynolds a (AP) Members atcHtarV to the fenale's D WK well If placid aorta of tows
since the ouster of Nlkita meeting would be held. An El the National Aeronautics and local Insurance agent. of llorlda's congressional crstic majority In tilslinc and plannedIrIa1 Indus
Khrushchev on Oct. 14. senhower aide said the three Space Administration announced Reynolds swore hut week Out delegation Cnt the University Biker resigned under fire areas.DeWitt .
Although still s member of would meet In the afternoon, but postponement of the effort he was the beg man" tut Board of have drafted Ort 7, I9M, from his lit..... McGee, county sonIng -
the Supreme Soviet, Khrushchev that details had Dot been for the day. No new launching channeling 126,000the 19M a bill asking Congress to give year pat and has refused to.arxVr planning consultant whs.
did not appear for the worked out date was set Immediately. Democratic campaign i fund the state title to 20 acres lrald, tunlioo In two spprarancv "Wiped" draft he lode and land
the Cape Kennedy nuulle base .'More the. committee Ut. said the suuihwMl area
for a ash engineering school. anMii 1 .t". ortuM he built tip to Intended -for; bigrKUu' -l;

The sUto wants permanenttitle while! on the. Senate payroll ..It... which
I Matthews Back From Africa nip en the uni-
Seething to the land for cons crurUoa Rtftoto teethed that undrrbMti army and which would Mbe
of facUJiks to house an extension ctiOM from Baker he obIolluua1cfhorI..
of the University Florida 1 billed NcO .b1', firm for MrGee said rtw area to food
By BENNY CASOtf: and, at some caws, defrays College of Knf inwrinf. sham *$.t1 0 more than wit due Industrial development laidhKSuae
U *l r Stoetat JMTMIM cost ef American eperatleai The congressional, delegation on a. ftflanntnci bond for CMstn It to served by l 7JVe
After a 17. day H.OOO-mfle there through sale of Us si and a group beaded by Dr, ilua ef he District .f -
tour of Africa, Congressman) farm products. Breward Culprpptf. executive Cohintb Sports H dJum. | roMNQ .* Pag I)
qk D. R (Billy) Matthews Is convinced Distribution to a major probJm director of the Beard et Control .
the rood for Peace said Matthews.
worked M the UO Tuesday. U ;
mat be continued.But "We are trying more a a I will be Introduced early to Jan.ury WHAT'S CIIIISl\\lAS-{ I
he added 1 think we more to distribute rood fer and
to similar Is ana hvIrodured .
should be a little conservative Peace
i through private agencies to) the bit ........
about how we poor In risuure* We CARE and church
Aa aide to lisp Edward Cur- WITHOUTA
es to the Afrieaa countries.1 JrOaPi."_.. said.
soy R-Irla., said **Mg* of the f
Matthews and toot other
congressmen Africsa govemnxnt officials.
.f'--r" cera. hill would enable the
[ ea tile lorelga sarK hare hem diatribnUnf much ef tnhrenlfyto
clear bile to the land K lOW PARADE?
culture operations sub. com the food, Matthews said, but hi
aaes wider a ......
mittee -W. R. Poage, Texas many eases the Uatted States
: frank Stubbefleki Kentucky hawit bees getting credit With a clear tula, he entrees rl.eh" alit WM. -I"

: Ralph Harvey Indiana -Each package ., fort; Is required sill could sprtd funds oa per- l.r..e hired DM daisestOto -
and Charles uneven, lows to have the words Tnrt naocftt UciiUkt.WIIKRK. ** **( Caster shed l y

rebned to WasbJngtosj Jilt .. a gift from the Veiled l eater f,.. Wy tor wan WMbljr
,h last Friday. Purpose ef the Mates ef America and a pie *' a* the. cay largest
: vtL
r trip was is let a first band tan of the America flag .. I ; ('bra* ee parade. ever.
Ink rood NIftN AMI*. .... fane.
at the tar Peace K. ke said, -but we lea ad
pweram. that fie government officials II awttfcc eelto Md ether
Tuesday, at a sens cntatcare were UkJBf the feed eat end TO'IND IT aetr.eU.d were sohdel d I.
r held kt Us Gaewerllleoffice. otUnf H si anMher .... The file sM W the ...".. etra C\aaWr el '__n.. Mrs
Matttews rttatod its A/rfcsu people dm (del know I Cm sloe 2S Nee4b MM 1C al I .... Myrtle Cherry to evade chairsue. .
hmprnuons ef the I" able. d M csme from the Called CI.ui/e&.21*) I RMV e> IN.tf... was I
continent ef Africa States." IatertOMMe . 9 aorta .V..t harsh Mue gust ru>.. are ..*...4 by hat-

food tat Peace Tattle Uw It has hf ..,..r.t that the OMMrW 2 to w* t Ualreraty Asses. ton* HTM. seeds sad eon
tile> lOW distributes trio ouj- food be distributed by Peace 0,iJo. Pate . 4 ..... MM M far ae *ih fin*. mtnUut aens are at a l la ly
loa worth ., snrpte first era Carpe totomem.Matthews fresh 17-29 TW fvt& b ...mf.< 17 bas achwls a4 civic orgasm t

duets as Africa,,'The UJ. gets said WU, dhates W.-'. . U, II the $rv1A.se MvtoUa el the

iUllhrws peseta t. tre bM spots U Africa. local cumaciM Is pymat else AT1UCA ea.. fags S) r -" j

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2 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, December 9, 1 1964

in the NEWSBriefly. More lout Weather Roundup

Quiet Openi rig for W inn-Dixie

AfricaFrom week 000 to $73,000 a week In salei
B&- Gainesville's newest super six days each

wl0w d : market, the Wlnn Dixie store The store will have 60 em-I Boyett moved to Gainesville'
> : managing a store
1 at West University Ave and ployees. The parent company after in Day.
Page 34th St. will! open its doors at expect a gross ot from $50> tona Beach 2H years. Before

ZONESA tFt 8 Thursday without fan that, he worked for Wlnn.Dm,
this possibility with Poage and 1 a.m.
Mootly cloudy tonight' end I
Sargent Shriver, Peace Corps nt Thund.tonight." Conllnuod* to 41,.,,VtrloDIt lit, rod wiMiBCD Low fare, and get right! down to busi' Embezzling now Is a blUton- 34 native years of In Attapulgus Orlando., He Ca.u (
when he returns to ?
director ness. The
: Generally fair this dollar Industry In and the father
married of
Washington for the upcoming afternoon. Not so cold tonight The store manager Jim Boy- typical embezzler Is M, has two tEskimos \\

89th Congress. with low in the 40s. Increasingly ett, said no ceremony is plan- children and has about a $150 a sons.
Foods provided by the U. S
cloudiness Thursday
week salary
include dried beans cornbread In the Canadian
with rain likely Thursday ned.Store %
soybean oil, dried milk, fl o ur or Thursday night. Variable hours Thursday The largest herd of buffalo In tic are so fond of dogs that the)
will be ( a.m.
and rice the
rinds S to 15 miles an hour, the United States Is In Yellow- give their pets names ot deceased
next Monday
Matthews and his colleagues to 9 p.m. Starting family members
visited! the Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia miles becoming an hour easterly Thursday.10 to 20 H hours will be 9 a m. to 7 p.m, stone National Park.

Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika "'
I PI Ide "'II .110.Not II
and Zanzibar;, Somali, cool tonight whn low In ISO SM I In.rooilno. w tw
.""dI.... Tlluridoy wltK
Madagascar, Mozambique Mall efionco ot run North- Gordon.sto
Thurodor nio.nl
Leave it to
and Nigeria. ntorly ..I.... 1> ,. is ntlln on hour, ., ,, .
Komin''no o Iy "10 M M nlln onMl.
Before making the trip, Matthews hour Thu'.y.H GAINESVILLE WEATHER .1lff'W1th

was quoted as saying, in /r Not boy w mot cloudy 1001555 thl'OUt w"n low YOvrSday. in -Municipal Airport readingsfor Make it More Exciting

case the natives get restless, ,lit. ,0.Norttiooit HI' Thu..y end Mil I.wlndl tho mlddlo II Ala 24 hours to S a,ra. today:
1 "I'll sleep in clothes and mil, on twir louthooit.rly .
my bowling High 99 at 3 pm. low 33
carry my New Testament In my .ea TtlurMoy J. ,..lIy II cloudy I* M '"ouon II.. on TI.hour..... at 3 am. Rainfall' none. This 35pc. "Milkglass"Service :$
SAP Vdrrpholo to Itii Sun) hand dry, Low tali.ht' II 'I 70. Hlth Thor' TIMP5RATYaenaLsawulne
dry. nadlo nt North and ...,'h..t ,
But trouble never came wind. 10 Ness Low Pr.cj
to II wit on hour 000,5.Is
Now 10 ooitorly' 11 to M mlln on hour Jock.omrllls 10 :u Setl!
Fonda Then and "We were amazed at the hurtdoy MiomlTom 71 Q for 8 Dinnerware
of the Kt Contldoroklo clcwdlnon' with" low po 44 12
quietness atmosphere,
..".... thl. "'ttmom ........110. PAW All into II 31
H'. the same actor only difference In something he said. "We saw no evidenceof cloudy tonight ond Thurtdoy, low Now Orlwns'. 56 11
onlght 70. Hie Thurtdiy mlddlo 70iorthooitorly Now VorKomoi 31 31
like 30 years. At 59, Henry Fonda right still has revolution In the Congo! and lndi II to M mllM Ml CityOtnv.r 41 21
there was not one act of hostility hour becoming' ontrrry Thurtdoy. N IS
and face like that of a coun
the same spare figure ALMANAC 41
in Leopoldvllle." ....... todoy ., ,, 1'30 Ww7sM. KSY TWtdnndoyrllgh QoLo"y ,
few Left
try boy who has been In the city a years. pm. 7 Arpurl SPECIALINCLUDING
unrlM. tomorrow .., 7:14 f IN om Sod
Henry In the film version of "The Farmer A few days before Matthews Moamot tonight' ", II:13 omIrot m.. S:SI pm. Low ltllM: "m, .... 10.0
in the mid 30'.. In those arrived In Tanzania, however, Qu...., ...."........ ,. Doc II ..m.
Takes a Wife, produced Tho pionot' lotum pooorlng obovo MASONS PO5SCA5TCAlf'
30( of acting he has been In 57 movies, 8 plays 25,000 *black Africans demonstrated tho Moon tonlghi, to ntw bout ':3s ouLFi loitoriy, winds 1] toM
years ..,.
against the United million mlloo from tho (tontlmn tmtl Thundoy Incrtiltng clouo
and a television series. tho (litonco it Itio Sun) nil with ran IIKoiy TIIu..y.I $998
States. The Communists bad t YS 'P',0

SWITCHESThat's forged supposedly a letter revealing, Matthews an Amer-said, Five Day ForecastTemperatures I

not an engagementring lean plot to overthrow the ,ov- are expected to Tallahassee 65 to 43, Tampa 72 $4 A MONTH
on the third finger of ernment. the to 82 and Miami 77 to 59. Rain

Lynda. Bird Johnson's left hand. "Finally," he said, "the people average near seasonalnormal. will average around an inch In rw"
'In to questions, the Cool beginning of period 4 try
were convinced the letter the north and one-halt inch or I
press office of Mrs. Lyndon B. was a forgery." with warming trend thereafter -less In the south portion on IqY r' men 0.025I

Johnson said Tuesday the 20- Matthews called Africa "a Sample dally ranges, Thursday and Friday.
jwr-old daughter of President continent the .
on move but ,4' '

Johnson type ring wears on her a heavy right signet-hand. Y'4 added problems that,' such there as are: major' I Explain- Work For RetardedThe 'I ;:I LA AS v

When she shakes hands free 1 Disunity: "African unity county's program for program for Alachua County 1 'k A
quently, the ring hurts her fingers Is a myth The tribes hate each 310 retarded! children was explained 'schools, said the 24 classes 06'4i

and she switches it to her other worse than they hate the Tuesday night to range from elementary h JIFAMIRt
,left hand. white man." members of the Alachua County through vocational and rehabilitation n vw.th 1 A
epe A ;
Assn. for Retarded Chit q
training. 1 y
2 Sanitation "In only one
TESTIFIESMaurice dren, Major of the classes
country could we drink the water : concerns
Hughett of Pills in the hotel rooms." Mrs. Janet Larsen coordinator are to develop character,

Church, V a., 3 Distribution 'How do of the exceptional child manners and consideration for THIS 8 PC. BEVERAGE -

testified Tuesday you get food to the people? others, she acid The greatest SET L ttrw
before the (AP Wlripholt to till Scot) There are almost no roads. Pick TrusteesFor eeds of the program are for r

Senate Rules Timothy Nicholson, It, was 4 Language: "There Is no day care centers and a sheered !-
Com mlttee, common language and numerous Bums'Foundation workshop for adults, T
booked on suspicion of murder
Mrs. Larsen addedGainesville.
telling of the dialects within the lime t
5 c ucls
at Temple City, Calif, '
delivery of a language .,, 4 ,
$3,000 check to Tuesday In the fatal shootingof Matthews also cited lack of JACKSONVILLE Sun .
(APFive) ) .yx ar
Bobby Baker. his twin brother, Todd. leadership. Jacksonville b 4' r' Sh? .RA
men have been S
| The committee Timothy told police be accl- "When a vacuum Is created, named trustees of the Haydon Published .v.nlngi except. '* tt4, p jaasK .4n''l
Is continuing the Communists move In especially Saturday and Sunday morn.Ingt asrA l Todd with Burns Educational
dentally shot a Foundation, by the Galmivlllt Publishing
a probe of the Red Chinese,"-he which will at 101 SC
rifle In be ,NODOG apartment administer scholar- Company
Baker's affairs.! Story Page 1. said "In one city, for example, hips to Florida students from 2nd Place Galncivlllt,1 Florida' +
building In Temple City own they were holding a Chinese ond entered at second clan Y
roweds of five
ed by the two wealthy Phoenix fair." matttr at the Pent Office otGolntivlllt
for the
next Governor. Florida.CIRCULATION '
Ariz., heir. Bat be was In other comments, Matthews Trustees are Charles W. SATES IY t QORDON

.. .' arrested after officers laid I said"I'm Campbell, Insurance executive; CARKIIK OR MAIL 4
... they learned the rifle bid not advocating colonialism C. W Beaufort, fuel dealer; 1 Wish. .45 Y GAINES HE[ Shopping Center
but just as sure as I'm Willlim J. Hamrlck InsuraiSce iMM.tISSAll M
1<'w"11hb been fired twice sitting here If allow '
we self-de-
executive; and Frank Stockton moil lubKrlptlom' mult XA 1222
NEW IDEA termination In most of the African /. and Martin Sack, attorneys.? be paid 'Ir) odvonct. .
countries, they'll run the The tr.dltlonallnaugural! ball Mtntbcr Of Audit Burtavr of 8 BEAUTIFUL 8 OUNCE NORTH MAIN ST.

.Dr Frank Stanton, presidentof white man out and the Red will be held Jan. lin Tallahas- Circulation Op.w -MOII..Sat.. Ph... 376.1446GOBLETS
the Columbia Broadcasting Chinese will take over" 1fe. Others will be All miiorloJ contoln heroin' 'It
Jan e, inTampa mo orooorty ot tilt OolnetvlllePubllthlnt I Dee Watch Repife StrYlce
'\ System, proposes a uniform 24- -Red China has been Infiltrating / ; Jan 7 In Orlando; Jan. Comoxty Oct) ,.... He.production .
\\j hour voting day for national i the tribes, picking the In Jacksonville; Jan 9 in MIami tirblddon I In wholo without*r the In part writtenpormlulon lillrlctly

elections, with all polls opening men they want to train, sending and Jan it in Pensacoia, ol ttio ",11I1"" ".

and simultane them to Peking for indoctrination --- -- -
closing o u sly -- -- ---- -
1 L ,k I throughout the country. I then returning them to .
.4 Africa as Red Chinese mouthpieces i
Stanton made his suggestion ,

Tuesday to 600 life insurance' Missionaries told him In
executives at the annual meetIng -'I Leopoldvllle that some of the 'I

of the Institute of Life Insur- worst atrocities in the Congo
(AP Wi.......'. M Iho Stan) ance. were committed by I- and 19- I Big

Actress Sue Lyon, IS, star year-old kids
of the movie "Lollla" and other SHOOTS Moise Tshombe is "the one I

films In which she portrays .Cuban Labor Minister Augusta : man who can unify the Cona.1!

sexy teenagers, appears Marlines Sanchez, 46, Is reported We have" to continue to p 8.8Ulllu88. S4320

In court at Santa Meilca, b y a him. I

Calif, Tuesday as she divorced communique Issued -In propaganda, the Red I _
Hampton Fancher III, 26, in Havanaby Chinese use the black vs. white I

She charged extreme cruelly, Prime Minister angle The Chinese point out
telling the court rancher habitually Fidel I that they are brown, and, therefore I Home

left her home alone Castro, to have ire closer to the Africans loursorooll

and was hostile toward her shot himself In than the Americans are.

family. the head early

Tuesday lie Is Castro!! Talks BASIC SHELL ONLY
near death.
The shooting I On Fanning I

followed notification v W
he was being ousted for MIAMI (AP) Fidel Castro I x, "-i, _. -"','- -The Beautiful 3-Btdreorn RAMBLER

I "serious administrative errors." spoke two hours Tuesday night::1 'wt .. --............
on the need for technicians In l' ,
ULCER Cuban agriculture and on steps I I spOt

being taken In that direction. I
.Secretary-Generil V Thant Is The
prime minister made no !
suffering from a small peptic mention In the speech, broadcast -i :
ulcer and will be kept In a New I throughout Cuba and monitored IjAni
: '
: + y"L
York hospital for mother weekto In Miami, of a reported,I uA } 2.,,1 v? tiI

10 days attempt by his labor minister,

Augusts! Martinez Sanchez, to
c A medical bulletin Tuesday commit suicide Nor did he men- '
night reported the diagnosis of a tion International matters. 'I
I ulcer of the
peptic duodenum. It There Is a tremendous lack
said "The ulcer Is ,
: now very
of Initiative and of analysis
OAP WI./ ._" to fit 5''> small and" shows good signs of among our technicians," Castro ,t0 Yt.tt.e oils, ..COTAGESVACATIfl

Edward A. McDermott, director heal tog said.But f >V

of the Office of Emer. with technical progress,

gooey running, poses In his TREATEDMure he added "We are In a position NO MONEY DOWN
Washington office J Tuesday 10 become the world's No. 1
'after disclosing Ib.l.e bas is Anne left the hospital country In developing igricul-) i iturt.

-'submitted his mlgnailoa to today after treatment for a ." I 100 % FINANCING
cracked bone In the little fingerof L
President Johnson se be can The address, Castro's third
resume the practice *f law. her right hand. month, was to Inaugurate a series ..:" This' 10....Mona, .... ...lh *. .hW-to-...... 1 law price
!" : yoart. JmWolttr '
He Is rating the govera Queen Elizabeth's of lectures on farm technique ... ,
14-year-old -- -- ,. pl.It.' h. mttnrup malm It pMubl Io.. MloxtId FREE !
meat, he said, bee a e II he daughter caught her finger in a y r *a,a.111"' '''..) comlrvclloii row tain, at Owe..-,
be It te Us : WMen" dCO 0a 9REBEAT lO'fto. an .liWMfe canplaflan. Whither doe,. *.
feels w jut
ewes family
rein while riding a horse Tuesday ...... ....... '
,.... oatic ham or am "Hi *ay tMi option*, II can kocamploiary 32-Pg. Catalog
and to bis profession. .
at her school Kent. : Cuban Exiles OsosaelwsN Is' ... Iwowcad sod paio for on oa moo *.
.. _n w."!' '.Talk Iyew. Jim Waltw .... end hi. pa
I. 11 th_ rproM Resettled \ elf.0'0a yt 0 .,d ".e. you kow family. .... bw1.91 from h..wn.rMp. 21 22.pole e.t.I.atl.IoNe. Mpy| a a4
. Rocket Glider Real llolrod I tal nd* 5'S.- M etoAMls oIfef ..JJ. wl Iwn .. flow p, end primp. Motto wtt) ........; tam pitfo
Ssaa.'s. '" tote.ew..N.w se .pocIfice.... .e4
MIAMI (API Resettlement rt.nsiw. ... ae..... i.d.y.
CAPE KENNEDY Fla. (AP)]|the I earth's atmosphere as temperatures -of Cuban refugees from Miami

,.?_ Engineers began today evaluating -(r up to 2,000 degrees to other cities has reached K- \ ,;Waller; : ;
data radioed from a"Project :iahrenheit scorched Its delta- 000. the U. S.- perated Refugee, r o-----l
Asset glider whkh rock. wing underside Center reported today I
eted over a searing 1800-mite- It sank Mr. and Mrs. Bonito Lopez PI.as..nd m. a free 32-poge full-tofor catalog.
In the/ Atlantic as In- $ I
an-hour suborblta course Tuesday tended WO miles southeast of Noe. IS." and K.001. leave My lot or property Is located in

night. Cape Kennedy l Saturday for DciPlaloes, Ill.. Covrrty. I
The Information could aid In'' the center said. Lopez St, for I Now+.
,* the design of future spacecraft I mer supervisor of mechanics OCALA FU I

..that will maneuver and land,' Indians of Colombia's tropical a Cuban sugar mill will work Eld I Addrese

like airplanes.The Choco region long ago learned j,ia a factory In the Illinois town. 1813 JackionvilU R<|. City i State I
II"ool-lonl black metal Cuban refugees live In all 50 >
i glider raced 33 miles Into spare(to waterproof clothing l i by|I it. ... Resettlement was reported P. 0. Box 954 If'" ...". n.fw.x.W.--.... eel.. ,.. mats I

r'.top a single-stage Thor rocket daubing it with the milky juice, proceeding at more Dun Phone; 612.8118 L=:'-=- --= .1 MOO.. ploaM I** OPEOPLE ...J

and than MINI.I8cok through of wild rubber trees '100 weekly.<

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Wednesday, December 9. 19(4 Golnsevllla Sun 3 f<

More About Aide .

I Zoning Top Of Castro I Holzapfel Given Delay to Appeal SentenceTALLAHASSEE

(AP) The ama any I know about. And to say the trial court asking a new ed and dumped into the tea,
I From 1 Near Death State Pardon Board today granted There was no indication when that another criminal escaped !sentence only one day before Holzapfel testified that JosephA.
t Page- condemned killer Floyd A. the case might again be before ,the electric chair is no reason the board was to decide on car. Peel Jr., a municipal Judge,
MIAMI (AP) One of FidelCastro's (Lucky) Holzapfel time to appeal the State Pardon Board.Bryantand 'to My one should. If this was rjlng out the death penalty.
nd the Seaboard Air LID airport, objected to creation of ordered them killed to protecta
5D < top aides was reportednear to the Florida Supreme Kynes will have left the so, when one man escaped from The governor pointed out that
Railroad. It also Is large an industrial park In the northeast death today after attempt. Court on a point which arose on- board before it does. prison, we should open the door the sentence had been Imposed moonshine and bolita protection
enough to support a major industrial which Included her land tog suicide, widely Interpretedas ly Tuesday in the celebrated For the first time, Bryant and let others escape. some three years ago, and that racket.
and owners She said she wants the free-
program a dramatic symptom of possible Chlllingworth murder case. tipped his hand on how he felt, Holzapfels la w 1 e r. Ralph Judge Morrow had publicly taken I After recommendedmercy
are interested in developing it dom to use her land as she a Jury
strife within Cuba's official The board granted the delay m the celebrated case. He madeit Mabie, went back before the a position months ago In favor
will and build house there
for this use, McGee saidHe to a Peel drew a life lellotenee
hierarchy. by a S-2 vote that postponed a clear that he was for having trial judge, Russell! Morrow, of commutation.But .
, if other has been made.
no use
said the area also Is isolated Jack Durrance moved the The Castro government announced decision on commuting the the death penalty carried out. Tuesday In West Palm Beach Mabie said he knew nothing for masterminding the
from sections suitable for code be approved except for that Labor Minister An- death penalty for Holzapfel to The governor said that It was and asked the Judge to changethe of the judge's feelings until:bflltailiayings. The third member ; -
residential development. the southwest industrial park gusto Martinez Sanchez,ranked life imprisonment. true that law enforcement death penalty Imposed yean he read a newspaper article on-I of the trio, Negro moon hin-
Miss Kammerer said she ap and a few other points, which eighth among directors of tie Cov. Farris Bryant and Agriculture might suffer if Holzapfel failedto ago to life imprisonment. ly a few weeks ago In which er Bobby Lincoln, was given
proves the code, except for the will receive further study. The'Cuban Communist Party shot Commissioner Doyle l get mercy in exchange for' The judge refused, saying he the judge called for mercy.)immunity from prosecution for
Industrial park provision. She code was enacted on this basis himself in the head Tuesday after Conner voted against the delay. his testimony against the mastermind had no jurisdiction. But he said Promptly after that, he laid, he turning stat.'I' evidence
'also urged creation of a county being told he was purged. They wanted to decide today In the murders, former ',. hoped that the sentence wa.empt'red filed his action with Judge Mor.I Holzapfet got the death
planning by the West Palm Beach : to life. he denied that,
agency The new zoning code and How the incident fitted Into a whether to order the death penalty City Judge row. Repeatedly 'penalty, This fact, plus his voluntary .
:itate legislature.M. land use plan is the product of carried out against the only .Joseph Peel Mabie asked the Pardon he had any intention of "tri .ImplicatingPeel
M. Parrish said he has about two years' work by the widely reported in scramble not Immediately for positions I one of the three men Involved "I say law obedience wouldbe Voard today for enough time to fling" with the Pardon Board. was testimony the basis for his clemency
'no land Interests In the proposed county zoning commission, McGee party was in the 1951 murder of West, hampered unless the law wa ake the judge's decision to the ""This was not a maneuver, .
industrial area, but approves county commission, apparent. Palm Beach Circuit Judge: C. E. carried out," the governor State Supreme Court. or chicanery," he said.
of It. He is involved in residential !-and other persons. Martinez Sanchez, one of the Chlllingworth and Mrs. Chilling. said. "I may be wrong, but I think The disappearance of the Chi!- contended his testimony
and business development It creates a greater number original bearded ones of the worth. "I can't Impose death on Ig he judge had the jurisdiction," lingworths was one of the most was "of Immeasurable
around Gainesville, es of zoning classifications than Castro revolution, was one of Voting for the commutation'norant, excitable people for table said.Bryant baffling crimes In Florida his. value" In Peel conviction and
pecially to the west. existed under the older code, the new Communists, lining up were Atty, Gen. James Kjnes, less serious crimes than this suggested that Mable tory he (Holzapfel)) should not be the
Mrs. Nell Foster Rogers, who and specifies land uses In certain with a contingent of old guard I!State Comptroller Ray Green one. This crime was as hen I light be 'trifling" with the Mire than five years after the only one to die for a crime
lives off Waldo Road near the county areas. members: and Secretary of State Tom Ad'ous, coldblooded and vicious as 'ardon Board by going back to judge and his wife were reUht I.shared equally by the three.


AboutUtilities FULL QUARTS T r ,.


From Page 1 a 86 BLEND

Earlier in the evening, Green der the present tax structure. FLORIDA
said Tuesday's negotiations Commissioner James Rich-I RUM Light or Dork
were "fruitful, I was encourag- ardson took issue with Sutherland RUM SHIIbrook
eel." insisting the utilities co S
?;The city manager was ineration Is a business enterprise, Ltyhf STRAIGHT IOURION
spurted to approach representatives "I know of no corporation that j jj1
of at least three motells its stockholders as much Dark
tels Interested in locating near as we ten the citizens of this' $31'h
the Newberry Road tnt e rcommunity," Richard ion ar- $ _
change by city commissioners gued. "It's time we I tar t e d 399
Monday night. making this a business, not t
.The: action followed a' crash political football and playing the SEAGRAM'S $9 so
project over the last weekend< east side sewer project agaInst S
which saw city water lines ex everything that comes up." Full QuartFLEISCHMANN'S 7 CROWN
tended beyond the city limits .
(Sutherland has repeatedly op LIGHT ANTIQUE
to the 1. 75 Interchange area posed extending utilities beyond RUM ..o,.
"Mayor commissioner Howard the city limits until all areas In ARK 71
McKinney sent work crews the city are served notably east trollh r.1 *' 6 YEAR
la action laying pipe to com Kentucky! 1.II'bo. OLD
) -rfi-: J
bat efforts by the State Road 90 PROOF GINCHARTER IBACARDI 't''It.; Kentucky
Dept to revoke a permit authorizing Mayor McKinney backed $1150 COM Si,. leurben
the city to use SRD Richardson, noting the city, $4175 1
right of way for pipelines. couldn't do business or provide STRAIGHT 35thsImperial
AlrKinncy's action was upheld services "as long as we're tell OAK Ron Rico
ty a belated :3 2 commission Ing our opponents everything we BOURBON : 9s
vote taken Monday night. are doing and they don't tell ,
City: officials strongly hinted us anything. TAYLORCHAMPAGNE r
that the pressure came from (Dr. David Smith, president Imported SCOTCHLANGS Light
Alachua County Utilities officer of Alachua County Utilities and { k Rum .r : l
Earl Powers and the Florida the firm's attorney Jack Bates,, NEW YORK STATE : D"
the two hour
Power Corporation. Powers Is both sat through
a former road board member. meeting before the execu t I v e White .
Before going into executive session.) Euu 11/1'' rrSpr Kentucky ,
session on the matter, commissioners In addition to commissioner Pink :
argued among themselves who asked for the closed tea- Burgs $ 29 E.- Gentleman FILTERED DRY
about whether city utili- sins i, the city manager said the s
I ties should be considered a bust- firms contacted Tuesday insist) Brut VODKA GIN
5th .
ness or service Institution. ed that their names "or dollar Year Kwtwlr If* BMrt *
Commissioner Sutherland said marks" not be discussed in! i a

operate he did not its feel utilities the city as a should buslThe public negotiating meeting team Is expected $ 69 HOLIDAY PARTY SERVICE BOURBON DELUX ':oLINO:N $2.79 3TH

ness, although a "fair and rea to report back to the 5TH ., WE DO THE WORK Phono
sonable" return for the city's in- commission: for official action LEAVE THE 3 1050 C.ie 7,95
3 5thi
'Vestment should be expected un- by next Monday. CASE 41.95 PARTYING TO YOU 378-1636 5THS $41.11

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truly ..cepH* al' In style 7.98 and to""15.95food ''glt. Waldo Rd. at N.E.,8thAve. i N.MainSt.atlOthAve.

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'a $ 99 "
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with lists

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.. I Sttli< YELLOWSTONE Just let him know who you aim II

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4 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, December 9, 1964



(iatmtiflfe Suu OF ads \ Republican'sReal VIEWPOINT f t


.:. JOHN a. HARRISON, Prs.ie.t 'IM. ..,
"'": PllMMMTl PAT COWLS VIM ....... t Issue
Florida Beautiful t NMI lit JOMNION VI.. PlMMMM t r
nit r" SucilHv I.u.rl W. .. (till!I ,
IIIIIIOLI, Vk PratltfMt .4 MnrtltlMI
'. .. VIM PmUMit ..* Clrevutltn MMMW.. By RALPH Mcf.illtmiinr I
'. The Republican governors adopted
rnn wwtaf/ P./1..w WASHINGTON it
'f' :..,: \ TILE SUN'S POLICY 01 ID* AtlMtt (...) Ctmtihin I t1pt their Denver conference what was intended to be a construe.
I, for the Republican
about future policy Party
"" 1. Rtpert the new fully dnd Jmporffall/ th* news column.. tive statement
worded In a political vocabulary of broad
2. fxprtii the opinion of tht Sun I Irvbut only dltorials. KlansAre ,bu Naturally, it to was give comfort to all factions and viewpoint
: 3. Publlth ell sides of Important conlrovtralal Issuti. scope MM document been Issued to the
But no sooner had the pre
: The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 t than those who are still rankling over their defeat at the

1\ national convention last July began interpreting the statementin

terms of friction Instead of harmony, personality preferences .
instead of principles and political warfare instead ol

. .. Human Dignity, McKinney I Profitable peace within the Republican Party.

THE GOVERNORS' statement recommended that all the
h; ? I believe In an America where ((1)) 35 per cent of the city's residential How big is the 195444 Klan leaders in the Republican Party on the state and national

every family can live in a decent v fire calls were in the areas. revival? Not very. In 1944 level should formulate "positive policies with broad appeal
; the Knights of the Ku Klux and then added
home in a decent neighborhood : bring before all the American people, :
((2) 84 per cent of the adult court Klan, which had been revived "We need to appeal to all Americans We need to become
and where the water la clean and convictions were in the areas. 23 years earlier by William Inclusive, rather than exclusive. We need to win elections and

the air Is pure "> Joseph Simmons, susupended serve America as a great broad-based political party, far
operations and surren d ere d and far more effective than any narrow, exclushj
: disease. delinquent tax claims totaling Just who comprise the "exclusive political clique" can hardIv .

i Come with us, Mayor McKinney, '1.\ nearly a million dollars. BROTHERHOOD be discerned from a reading II' t1"1 i"'Tn.lete) text of the

and visit the blighted areas of (4)) 63 per cent of the hookworm. The over-all record of those statement But crtainlv '
23 years was a national re cannot be assumed that
Gainesville, Florida. V buke and disgrace.At ,I TIlEVORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST 27 million who voted for Senator
58 cent of the tuberculosis.
per its peak In the 1920s the Barry Coldwater are
Come with us and see a city that, *,
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan such a clique or that the
t on the one hand boasts the second ; (6) 80 per cent of the first grade had perhaps four million national chairman, Dean

highest effective buying income per : children had positive or doubtful members.In Ghost of Nikitamany Burch, ind his lieutenant

It 1 household in the state of Florida, tuberculin akin tests 1944, at the time of surrender could be so characterized.

f-! and, on the other hand, tolerates 21. the Knights were buta The truth Is that whether

9 per cent of its houses in the city ((7)53 per cent of the juvenile de- there bedraggled remnant.estimated Today < New tfcrk (Ctmra: not listen to the advice of his among them who thought Dean Burch stays or rt-
are an 17"klans"
By JAMES RESTON colleagues. He proposed to Khrushchev! was failing In signs tent the real issue
limits to be classified as "dilapidatedor linquency. -
t in various stages of MOSCOW Nlklta Khrushchev change the party structure In health and In policy and unless his continuance or
deteriorating" housing according existence.
has disappeared "some "unacceptable ways" He engaged should be replaced feel that departure becomes symbolicof
i to the 1960 United States Census. In areas where 21.9 per cent of Their total dues paid where In Moscow," but hit Influence in nepotism, and often the way It was done led to a philosophical division

I the city's total housing units were membership Is probably less remains. This is amore conducted himself In" "uncut cynicism and Indifference, not in the party. The national!

Come with us, McKinney, and lee classified as "dilapidated or deteriorating than 11,000. generous city becausehe tured ways." only toward Khrushchev but chairman of a political party

substandard housing areas where ." controlled the police. It Is toward his successors and the doesn't write platforms or
KLAN SOURCES of incomeare IN OTHER he that! elevated them.
WORDS was system
a flexible
more capital because pick out policies to
the youngest child alive can, when support or
many One Is the Initiation of his willingness to an individualistic old geezer. '
i he grows to manhood, judge us as a We think the vast majority of the fee called "kletoken." For with policy at home experiment He certainly did not put FOR THE SYSTEM Insists officer oppose of H.the. an administrate,

\ city by whether we made provisionsjust alert and responsible people of men the charge Is '13 (in the and abroad. himself above his party more that It always picks a goodman at its party national organization head-
1920s It was $10). Women may than Eisenhower or indulgeIn to be premier, but Stalin
to have drinking water in that Gainesville, dating back into the Conversation Is freer now. quarters. If removal of Mr
buy into the for and Malenkov and Bul-
"auxiliary" much ,
child's home. decade of the fifties, would disagree It moves always along rigid nepotism nearly as Burch would assure a victory ,
$10. Sixty five per cent of 15 MacMillan of Britain, but ganin! and Khrushchev all
with that "a minimum lines, like a railroad train, for the Republicans next! "' 1
I you each kletoken goes to head. in Communist terms he defied turned out, according to the -
Or indoor plumbing.Or housing code Is unnecessary." quarters Another source is but within the bounds of the "collective leaders h I p" leaders of the system, to be time, there isn't an ardent

I dues. One klan sends 25 cents Communist Ideology, it Is principle and had to go. "bad men." supporter of Senator Gold. ,

electricity.Or They have a high regard for hu. per member each month to friendly.The easy, courteous. and even In Western minds, he was Likewise the party chair water Including Mr

l man dignity, Its grand dragon. In other following sound Marxist doctrine men here are first presented Burch himself IIhowouldn't
Klan groups the ruling dragons Kremlin Is no longer in trying to "rid the as "good mm" but art later be willing to make 1-

heat. reportedly draw from a symbol of fear and death, present of the past," and occasionally fired as "bad men." Thus, according the sacrifice. !\
For a man's right to be able to
$1,900 to $2500:\ per month as, despite the long rows of patient following the Kennedy to this theory, the a.,
Come with us and review the rent a decent house. dues from the klavern. Small\ funeral figures waitl n g principle of dealing with dismissal of Khrushchev has BUTT H E R. E is something

study made back In 1968 by the er dragons of course, receive patiently every day at ,Len "raalities rather than myths"But not Increased loyalty to the else festering in the
To live in a safe and sanitary in's tomb. in the Communist mind, system but cynicism towardthe Republican Party situation
League of Women Voters and the less.There be It's resentment over what ia
neighborhood.To are reports of one was trying to rid the country system.
CItizens Housing Association of Klan official who Incurred displeasure KHRUSHCHEV opened up not only of the capitalist This is probably the main termed the political "!rea.

Gainesville that revealed the following try to avoid hookworm.And of his members for the walls of the Kremlin to past but of some of the doctrines reason why the people cried son" practiced by some of

shocking conditions in substandard buying robes for $S and charging the public.: He built what of the Communist pastas for Stalin but did not cry for the same Republican {oier

housing areas: tuberculosis. $15. Not satisfied with this must be one of the most beautiful well; he was trying to destroy Khrushchev. la the past generation nors who, although opera!-
theaters In the world for not the have been told Ing under the
nmrgin! he also sold small only capitalist they RepublIcan)
. .. Confederate flags purchasedat their pleasure, a glass and "myths" but the Communl t too many different things label, refused to s u p por 'I
l a few cents, for $1 each. marble palace, as light and myths too, and this undoubtedly about both Stalin and Khrush- and campaign I for 1I\t

I These were to be worn on the graceful as a ballet dancer contributed to his downfall. chev, about China and America presidency and vice prest
I sleeve. with wide scarlet carpeted The question remains about what is "good" and dency.
t. Voice of the halls, seats for 6,000 persons whether this procedure what is "bad" to believe very
People One of the larger Klan splinters and s rooftop restaurant look- achieves its objectives of deeply about anybody or any The realistic problem that
is also in the Insurance
out faces
ing over the temples of strenghtening! "the system. thing. the Republican Pam
business. Each member buysa Red Square. today Is not how to remove
\, I Thoughtful observers In the Besides, Khrushchev was a
On The Sun's Opinion Page .- policy and Is urged to become His picture has vanished Western embassies here do disappointment to the (farmers Dean Burch as nations!

i an sgent. Passing the from the Soviet newspapers, not think! It does. Even those and that! hurt. chairman but how to remove

0, *'.,. ..4 **"' '''.*" .< SIPS rtWtn ere wl...m. In |ti. Vl. *f the P..*l. sslwme..else hit Is another favorite money but nobody Is talking about the bitterness and re
mull !. .1. .4 aid k..r the ",""If', tfiMt. .Nmi will 1. withheld "If ..."..t.4. A letter shield! raiser. At all rallies there abandoning his policies, and .- .-. sentment felt by millions d ,
..I ..,..4 500 ...irf. I nt mm k< mitt** ... wily see .>*. N Id. ....'. f..", ssesst t. ui.4. Th. are fervent appeals for money whatever his shortcomings, he Republican voters who did
'.". lu* ,.,.rv.i th. rleM I. tales .., km.* M t* "' .,..* H, wllh.y| ',lase.it clearly life a little support the ticket and art 1
of serving the white race. nor pleasant for a great Reaction Press not ready to embrace the
\ of the 80 In the the main _
Delinquency past years, controlling factor people. men who now want to lake
wake of political upheavals, the Parents. We must initiatea THE KLAN: MENTALITY V
Yet there Is something odd over the party leadership
Of Parents wars, economic and social massive contains aberrations which
campaign to awakeen about this. The Soviet people Mississippi Arrestsrest For many of these latter individuals I
catastrophes, and wit h the all parents, and prospective frequently corns to public cried at the passing of Stalin are the very ones "
Sun Billions of ever present prospect of violent to the full notice In other than violence
i realization
EDITOR : parents ways the tyrant, but not at the Q JfrwJorb JTtmrB of the nation. Mississippiis who deserted the early,
A: words have been written and death from a nuclear of their parental responsibilities. and the Inflammatory passing of Khrushchev who re- not "
spoken in speeches, about Juvenile war, we may be losing our anti Semitic, antt Catholic, lieved the tyranny and nothing By MARTIN GANSBERGNEW sovereign. The question Is bigger and

delinquency. Still, we personal Identity. Most assuredly NAME WITHHELD atnl foreign anti-Negro con- Is more Interesting In YORK Major newspapers AFTER LAUDING the of more consequence than

read, It Is Increasing, despite the strength of our tent of their literature. When Moscow these days than this In the South generally F,B I., the Chattanooga personalities. For It Is ln>
: till efforts of s growing force Internal ego, and conscience Religions Ads the Kennedy half dollars first paradox. lauded the work of the Fed. said: 'Tie picture porta n t not only to wan
: of social scientists, peycholo- is being weakened and may went Into circulation, for example eral Bureau of Investigation back the Republican voters
and religious organize- possibly be In danger of total members of Some ot the explanations against the background of the who ticket
gists, Arc HelpfulEDITOR some given here art clear enough. in editorials over the week FBI's highly repudiated tie:
hone, and more recreational destruction klaverns were urged! to drilla Stalin died and Khrushchev end commenting on the arrestof respected Investigative but also at the same dm
procedure Is
facilities and activities, sum Is It possible that parents Sun: I )have not hole through Kennedy'shead merely disappeared. Stalin 21 men Friday in canner ugly one. The most an to hold In line those who

mer camps, ever c h a n line so want their children to be read all of the Issues of the and then put the coin saw the people through a sav. tion with the murder of three aspect Is the Inclusion sickening of three remained faithful to the Republican

methods and concepts of edu- popular, and to have "status", Sunday Gainesville Sun containing back In circulation. The purpose age war and was buried and civil rights workers last June lav-enforcement o f fie I party nominees.
cation, more and better plans was, of course, to cause ers
that they shove them Into partying the page entitled 21 near Philadelphia Miss.
canonized before all his those "
to attain financial security, and early dating while "Strong Churches Make withdrawal of the Kennedy among arrested: The opposition party, IS a
better houses for homes with halt dollars. crimes were expowd. He was Mississippi's two largest In rule, does not try between
they are too Immature? By Strong Communities; but I cruel but he saved their lives, Virginia, the Rosnoke
more labor saving devices, the time the children reach want to thank you and the Studies of Klan memberships whereas Khrushchev dailies, the Carton Ledger Times and the Danvllle Bee elections to harmonize ill

and tcchnlcolnglcal advances their high school and college sponsors of that page for the across the years from made It safe for them merely to be and the' Daily News, both of applauded the work of t b e own followers on programs

In all\ areas of our culture years, the mere continuanceof some. the 1920s and, indeed, from indifferent to his dismissal. Jackson carried no commenton F.B.I. The Roanoke world- prescribing how the country
and environmental a I m 0 partying and dating Is less the 1861 period, by soclolog- the subject on Sunday. News added this comment: shall be run or by whom.
phere. We are having more, attractive to them. The preliminaries The printed comments Isis and other agencies, report The tenor of opinion could Rather, the Job Is how to
YET IS fact
IT that
and better, material things I of social metamor which I have read have been that while a few Intelligent a be noted In this observationby "If these men are found expose the weaknesses and

made available to us everyday over and the more most appropriate and helpful, men are attracted usually Khrushchev Is mourned In the Memphis PressScimitar guilty the punishment should! the danger of the policies

Yet, our society and our intimate elements are beckoning In my opinion and all 1 con to the money making home.Western Officials Europe here but not at : fit the crime and serve as a of the Incumbent party. The

lives seem to be becoming, toan to premature exploration.No cerned should be commended! or promotional end K Ian when express future deterrent to ethers Republican governors' sU*
visitor In-
Increasing number of In- child Is born good or by our citizens. members are, for the most quires surprise about him a asks wherehe "WE THINK this crime who would return to the despicable ment in Its reference

dividuals more complex and bad. II* Is as good, or as bad, In my opinion, until socity part, below the average level III, and whether he is has been shocking even 10'IROl'Oua rule of the Ku Klux "positive policies" will be
s e e m I n gly unbearable at as we adults make It possible Is christianized we may expect In background and educa available. \ opponents of civil I Klan. Interpreted In some quartersto
times.i In our quest for a for him to be. Material abun- war ad infinitum. tion. rights legislation shocking The Greensboro mean that the Republicans
peaceful, happy, comfortable, Why one asks condemn In that it has revealed the (N. C) know better how to fulfill
dance Is not as Important asproper THOMAS V. MCCAUL: Margaret Mead, the hdanthropologlt. Daily Newt
no acid
him ? that .
!laborless, and secure existence now Why not let him re depths of depravity, maskedas "the I I. the administration's prom.
It might be said by some supervision leadership suggests that tire in peace, free to set any. opposition to civil rights. gal proceedings will be watched ise of a "Gnat Society'
ourselves guidance, and living examples Decora I ions such a lack of aortal status body he likes? How could he closely at home snd
that we are making of which a criminal element than does President John
within the home. In
may well account for a sense' have been so right before and abroad; many will consider
more miserable day. la Mississippi! to
every capable. Vie son. This Is sometimes referred
his early the child this
and the
very years Bring Joy of Insecurity efforts to suddenly so wron,1The crucial test of the
Our mental 1 Institutions, acquires the characterlsl I C s maintain supremacy by terror hope and believe that the decent charge stated to in political pats
prisons, reformitorlts, and which fashion his personality answer MRIJ to be that people of Mississippi civil repeatedly by lance u "me-t ollm."
EDITOR, Sun: Please convey or violence. The m. k the Communist rights! spokesmen, that
hospitals are bulging at the and pattern his life His gods to those who chose to decorate believe mumbo jumbo klavern a personal system sacrifice.requires Hire forced what by is this case to recog. a Mississippi jury will nol, Several of the same Republican
with an Increasing his mother and father. going on will
seams ever
are our streets with lights meetings with words convict while who met
"The system" Is warded as see that justice is dune." Mississippians governors
overload of Inmates and Since prevention seems to to put up the lovely Christmas robes, and the absurd titles Infalllable- Therefore if It for civil rights violations" at Denver or their h
patients. We cannot build public be, In the opinion of most experts tree, how much pleas wizards dragons night. dots not achieve all its objectives The role of the F.BI. was men gave the impress"

facilities fast enough to the beat and moat lastIng ure they are giving. hawks and M on-provtde an at home and abroad the emphasised by the Miami IN UTTLE ROCK The Ar- during the last campaign

meet the de.nand for more, remedy, It appears we excitement and a sense of belonging fault must lie with the 1 leader Herald whkh commented: banana Gazette said that it was all right for F*
and better, governmental must attack the cause ot "JuvenUe The bright, gay appearance and publican voters to cast tier
hs "hair-
services. delinquency" the makes us remember Joy, to Many klans have "act I e D brained personally themes." "The arrests should answer 'Once again, the country ballots for President Job*

Are we really so anxious to parents. Better schools better anticipate this holiday season. groups" that are unknown to To say a* all governmentsmust critics who complained: that must consider the question: son Just so long as they
focus attention 11 Good taste and a good deal of the Investigation was not being What to do about
on "Juven edelinquency" church, better courts, general members. They are one day about the Mississippi spilt their ticket and voted
expense have gone Into making say pushed with vigor here about
became we better community services of selected for their willingness lint of their leaders, that they 40 per cent if for the Republican nominees
want to divert attention away all types will not accomplish our city festive. to commit violence. In recent got weary in the struggle! er F.B.L Director J. Edgar the pnpulauoo ta systematicaly ( for the Senate or House or

Jrom "adult delinquency" Asa the primary desired r esults. I for one am grateful. arrests of Uansmen in Mississippi grew too old or tired, to ape Hoover cited Tcsentment and disfrsnchued; and where for state offices. This Is"*

consequence of the events We must start at the roots- A CITIZEN and other Southern patently not an acceptable hostility which some agents racist murder cases may be conducive to the rebuikhrf

states, arms and ttplos I v e s Communist ixplana 11 I I. a. met to trjlng to find witnesses cracked only by the FBI widespread confidence
It is
responsible leadership a
POTOMAC have beea found to great Khrushchev must not only be question cIernandinc an and trust
snows a determination answer with tfectIYt
quantity. reinIt
dismissed, but condemned and -
The "revival" act Jar .. to abide by the Uw, the battle rues: II up to the Pram III
By JACK WILSON Cow let Washington Bureau silenced not la the old broUl dent MANY BXPVBUCANS
Is almost won, and the
AI American people, especially way to be sure, but ku- ConI'tSl to IUp. the "moderate" school M"
Bobby Baker Invokes the 1st. 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendment Also the 19th. I thoM in states and areas milia led nevertheless l The Charleston (W. Va ) ply The them.- DOt yet discovered that &'<

That's the one that lets you refuse to answer on grounds people might think now heavily inflicted with I Officials here cord e m s Gttttu uid that the "refusal and Raleigh (IN. Co) newt a form ot "extremism" *

you were drunk if you did. Klan groups tun more and Weiltra reporters for saying of Mississippi to protect ciU- Ine of Observer these said "the kiU politics to. punish the V

more to toe processes of law, China's policy had anything to sons who art black skinned men Ut NrIIInu who remained loyal to a
Bobby's friend Don Reynolds aayt he was the bagman In a klckhack deal the Klans will fade out again. do with the change. Khnuh- or to bring to Justice thet Us a dreadful crime. Tile campaign and transfer die

't, with contractor )lcOu"). Of course nobody knew the bag had such a big Indeed this process la slowly chew put huMlf ahead of the responsible for ve! cranes. only till cold thing more evil would be leadership of tilt party <**

mouth.. becoming,trident party, twy: explain He would cannot be bks aced by tie );.::;c. In blooded Mississippi-, birder d terwards to those she strayed
i from Its rinks.
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\ x ,> With Our Men in Uniform . \\i ',.

PFC Robert N. Wilder Jr., a member of Theta Chi. His degree In 1959 from the Univer- During the course Ring I received July and completed basic training :I II
IOn of Mr. and Mrs. Robert N wife, the former Paula G. Tucker sity of Illinois, Urbana instruction In m 11 hods at Fort Gordon, Ga. r r .
Walker of 2224 NE 12th Terr., U the daughter of Mr. and and procedures used in account I The 18-year-old soldier! attended ,
this week ends 30 days leavi Mrs. Dallas Tucker of Ormond Specialist Five D. a'd l M. ing for receipts and paymentsby Union County High School. i iI TH6 STOR[ WITH MOR[
J In Gainesville after lI'aduatingfrom Beach. Matthews, 23, son of Mrs. Myr Army finance disbursing of I oi3oi t+osnlnsress r rl
the U.S. Army Signal Center .! tie L. Royal of Trenton, completed fices. 1C Not So :/
and School at Fort Monmouth Private Fred A. Cooper has a field radio equipment Ring is scheduled to complete I
N.J. He underwent I:successfully completed eight repair course at the U.S. Army his military obligation with the
21-week course In microw a v e weeks of advanced Indivld u II 1 School, Europe, In M u r n a u, 305th Finance Section, an Army Easy lleing :
radii equipment repair there. I training in Air Defense. He was Germany, recently. Reserve unit in Gainesville CHRISTMAS 4ftt11WoT1
1 The 21-year-old soldier Is a Santa ClansPHILADELPHIA : v
Walker will now report for i selected distinguished graduate During the course Specialist yx
1I 13 month tour In Korea. of his class. PvL Fred Cooperis Matthews received instruction 1961 graduate of GHS and attended I, +: STORE HOURS
now assigned to the Missile in the principles of electricity, the UF. (AP) -
He Is a graduate of Gainesville Hawk in Korea. radio, fundamentals, procedureof I Think it's easy to be Santa
High attended the U n 1 I- I 9A.M. 10P.M.
versify of Florida for two alignment and general trouble Airman Horace U Harrington Claus
and was employed by the years Spcr- Capt. Alan R. Higgins, son of shooting of AM and FM son of Mr. and Mrs. JamesT. John J. Ford, new head of the :/
ry Division here before entering Mrs. Elsa S. Higgins, 17 NW radio aets.Specialist. Harrington of Alachua, has Volunteers of America, recruit :1 ....
the Regular Army la 11 t 35th Terr., received the first I Matthews, a tank been selected for technical c ers of sidewalk Santas for Phil II/
January. award of the Oak Leaf Cluster gunner In Company B, 1st Battalion training as a supply specialist adclphia's needy, says training
to the Army Commendation I of the Sib Infantry Divi! at Lackland AFB Fla. Santa "Is a very expensive and Sweet Dreams in "SUN VALLEY"His
Medal from Maj. Gen. AndrewJ. sion's 68th Armor In Germany, Airman Harrington, who en- involved project. I II
James L. Schenck, son of Mr. Boyle, commander U. S. ,entered the Army In October listed In the Air Force a short I must learn to handle
and Mrs. Robert S. Schenck of Army Armor Center d u r log i 1957 and arrived overseas on time ago, has just completed "They !
to talk to chil :
Waldo, has been commissioneda ceremonies at Fort Knox, Ky.,,'this tour of duty in April 1963. his basic military training.The 'people and how rn Her Pajamas by mi
I second I lltutenant In the U.S. recently. I Matthews attended Trenton airman Is a 1962 graduate dren. n
Air Force upon graduation from Captain Higgins received I High School. His father. Lester of Santa Fe High School I "They must never promise a I titlttr11i11111
Officer Training School (OTS) the award for meritorious servo Matthews, lives on Route 2. child that he will get any particular -
at Lackland AFB, Tex. ice In the Operations and TrainIng Army Pvt. William A.-Flnlry, ) present. 1 I
Lieutenant Schenck, selectedfor Division, Office of the act- Pvt. Joseph J. Rlig in, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie "II asked directly If they are
OTS through competitive ex- ing chlef-of-staff. Fort Knox. whose parents live at ISIS NW Finley of Raiford, was recently the real Santa Claus, they must :
amination, is being assigned to The captain entered the ArmyIn 8th Ave., completed a five-week assigned to the 1st Armored Division say that they are Santa's help i
Goodfellow AFB, Tex., for duty.A July 1943. He Is a 1948 graduate disbursing specialist course un- at Fort Hood, Tex. ers. y
graduate of Gainesville I of Lincoln High School 'der the Reserve Forces Act program Flnley Is a connancer In Bat. 'They must also remember
High School, the lieutenant received Ferndale, Mich. A member of at the Army Finance tery C, 1st Battalion of the di never to eat garlic or onions i
his B.A. degree from Sigma Phi Epsilon B.s.1 I School, Fort Benjamin Haniwn vision' 73d Artillery. before they go onto the street :
, I Florida State University. He is Captain Higgins received a Ind., last month. He entered the Army I a s t_corners." ,
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I' Indonesia Closes Down U. S. Agency for Fear of 'Further Mob ViolenceJAKARTA I

In Medan, capital of 1 1North The largest hot dog In the
Indunesa (AP law and order," USIS Director Both mobs protested U.S. Intervention -age after the Ministry of Police I Its 18,000 books were burned or The library In JakarU also a library Sumatra and I reading 1 world was produced by the
Indonesian officials cloned down Paul'N. Neilson told a news conference In the Congo to save Informed him at the airport that torn up.Neilson. lost about a fourth of Its 15,000: In Makkassar, In South German Butchers Gull d In the
the activities of the U.S. In-. In Jakarta. whites held by the Congolese his presence In the East Java books but has reopened. The room Celebes.In I late 1600s. It was more than a
formation Service tocUy In Siir- A mob pillaged the USIS library rebels and American support port might touch off new dem- old the information I USIS library In Jogjakarta, In speech tot rally Tuesday half mile In length and weighed
abaja capital pf East Java, fur Malaysia. Indonesia's PresI- service the and a ,885 pounds.
In Surabaja Mondayi.M. ,onstrations. library central Java, has been closed President Sukarno
dent Sukarno hat vowed to night
there was danger or
saying : burning books, furniture two mobile units In the Surabaja Invaded It the U.SBelgianrescue !
Allan McLean US. conaul inISurabaja since demonstrators charged that
more anti-Amerkao violence.Officials a mobile unit and I car, Last crush Malaysia. (, the Congo was Barnacles catch rides II n
area He said the embassy Americansupport In I
two of August
reported rooms In protesting rescue
In Surabaja told the Friday! another mob sucked the I U.S. Ambassador Howard P. restoring colonial whales and giant sea turtles as
U.S. consulate the closing was U.S. cultural center and Its library Jones )postponed a trip to Sura-I the library there were demolished trying to obtain more Information of Malaysia. The Information -a pretext for there. i well as ships._( _____
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Wednesday, December 9, 19154 Goineivill Suit 7

hiking: DQg Found I FEC Ordered to Accept Shipments I-. LIKEYOO.HOO -- : ':

TALLAHASSEE (APFlor) The state commission said warned that it would be "sub-
ida East Coast Railway has no that on one other occasion theject to whatever punitive pow-
Made 'Home' in JailBy authority to stop accepting rock I line had embargoed some typeers may be vested in this com-
and pulpwood shipments and of freight without authority and mission" FROZEN
will be risking punitive action
\ BILL IIACER, Sun Staff Writer when recovered than he was when he left. ty the state if It does, the State/ ON A
(Picture on Page 1)) At the time of his disappearance, he was under Public Utilities Commissionsaid. 1
Aberrant hitchhiker, a 7-month-old German > medical treatment for canine disorder I Lv STICK!
Shepherd dog named King, came hometo ,
In a telegram to the railroad
"It's cured now, and he looks fine, she
his two jubilant young masters Tuesday which has been involved nearly
after a lengthy stay in Alachua County Jail. said. two years in a labor union i"JazziiigCI !
King has been held, reportedly for Investi- "They took real good care of him at the strike, the commission said the
gation of running away, for two weeks after jail," Mrs. Sullivan added, referring to King's line couldn't' embargo any product .
he was spotted getting out of a car at a stay in the Jail's dog pound. "unless and until the same o 0''
local service station. Before finding their! pet again! Stevie and has been authorized by this Gifts 0'.''
His owners, Stevie and Mark Sullivan\ of Mark looked at several other dogs fitting commission." IMS oo
4000 S.W. 15th St., had waited anxiously King's description-brought to their home The FEC said earlier that it ..
for word of their missing pet'i whereabouts by helpful local residents. But none of the would stop handling rock prod- .
sine he wandered away from his home Nov dogs turned out to be the real King They ucts and pulpwood at midnight 111vT; o'YOGI
23. But they hadn't thought of looking for were turned over to the Gainesville Animal Thursday to comply with a federal r o,,
him In jail.The court order affecting Id
boys' mother, Mrs. Robert Sullivan, The Sullivans hope, King will think twice be- contracts with striking labor un qII
said'the roving dog was In better conditionBy fore he hitches another ride. Ions
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I Jax School Boycott LosSt; n II'II I I,tI' I. A diliaht to neeiw.Hypeotlrtu..Spray. r .

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F. T. \CFEELY compared to 47 per cent Mon- Only a few Negroes have ben' national Ministerial Alliance 3140L.$J.5O I..IA '
JACKSONVILLE (AP) A efitted from a stairstep plan ol and Baptist Brotherhood.The .
Negro boycott of Duval County day.Teacher attendance was nor integration, ordered by U. S You aided for them-Frozen Bart with all the taite.tempting refreshment '
public schools went into its third District Court. This president of the state and
mal. The 85,000 white pupils plan appliesto of famous Yoo,Hoo Chocolate Drink Nowthey'rthte- ;
and final day today. were not Involved. the first and second gradesthis county NAACP chapters, Rut ,
Negro leaders, who prefer to Wendell p Holmes, spokesman year and will continue to ledge! Pearson, who Is a junior COSMETICS DIPT,.-.. Yoo Hoo Frozen Bars with that cr*.my rich milk chocolate flavor :
call it a sit-out rather than a for the four Negro organI- expand one grade each year. high school teacher, has been -full of energy, full of nutrition."Th. Frozen Barof Champions." .,
boycott, said this Is just the first zations sponsoring the sit-out, The sit-out was effective in summoned to a hearing before 0 oo
phase in a protest of conditionsin said he didn't consider this an dramatizing overcrowding, political the county board of school trustees -. oo
the schools indication of waning support corruption, school district Thursday. .
They say the 27 schools for Other factors were involved, gerrymandering, poor adminis- A school attorney would not
Negroes are the worst of a bad he said, especially the fact that tration and unfulfilled promises yooffoot o.
I whether
system. report cards: were distributed in lor Negro education, Holmes say any administrative tc'
charges were made against THI S CItE went Moat
After some Negro spokesmen the schools Tuesday. said.Four I MOZIN tAR S
came out In opposition to this Holmes reiterated a list of Ne-I' organizations which Pearson .;k' lass wools, MARL Siam'
form of protest, the boycott lost gro complaints. They Include Holmes said sponsored the sit- Each day a pupil is absent riozts Ici MIt1 CONFECTION
steam on its second day. contention that the county Is I I out are the National Associationfor coats the county more than 1210
School officials reported 63 maintaining separate and far the Advancement of Colored in state school money. The state Use Your Charge Account or layaway
t per cent of enrolled Negro pupils from equal systems of education I. People, Citizens Committee for pays 12 per cent of Duval's $35 FREE GIFT WRAPPING I Sun Want Ads let: results
i attended classes 'Tuesday Better Education. Interdenomi million annual school budget.


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Submit Plat northwest suburban Galne I sville wants to build the park but Dairy Farmers Voting Today
I on the north south half/wants some help from the r J
Hearing on Road Closings For SubdivisionA mile line from 23rd Blvd. to" county Martin lives in Haw- TAMPA (API Tampa Bays prices are controlled by the
39th Ave. thorne. dairy farmers vote today on government.! If Tampa

I for Prairie Bluff subdivision Edgar Johnson said the I I I He said the park, on U S. whether the State Milk duceri lift the state control 1
/ Public hearings will\ be called plat
i I by the Alachua County Com I located at SW 70th I\county may need to put a 1301, will be used not only by I sinn should continue to CommiS-\\could elect to go under I Icy ,
road there sometime. Hawthorne residents but by of milk they
mission on two road closing Lane near the golf course ofiWllliston f control.
proposals, the Commission decided II' Rd., was submitted other county citizens and mo-l tributors.
Tuesday.One I' COUNTY the Ala eh ue County toFairbauks I ; Asks wrists passing through. T The! commission now controls I
be extension of Tu\
project will an Jack Smoking
road to be closed Is the mission Tuesday for approval.The I prices in the Pensacola
Calllson Road obtained by the plat calls for 19 homesites. -.1 an existing park facility. County sonville and Tampa areas. A recent -
Own PrecinctThe
COMMISSION help, given, would be Justified to withdraw state TALLAHASSEE (API '!fer.
county through long publicuse I 1 Owners are Millicent, move !
located four miles west of John and Marilou Swearingen, board of commissioners on the basis that the park control In Pensacola was de- Ida cigarette tax collodions[ [for
county is of benefit to the entire area.
Gainesville and Just north of the and Mary S. and Robert M c-' has assigned to committee feated. I II October amounted to/=576,3m\ ,
:-Newberry Road. rich offered the county a new other client, who asked that the Collum. The pint was presentedto I a request from Fair* Assigned to committee were I Riley Hogan executive secretary a drop of $8,054 from Sep m*
The county wants to providefor right of way through the section Old Bellamy Road be closed the commission by George! banks residents for their own! Edgar Johnson former H a w- of the Tampa producer her the State Beverage Depart
future paving of the road, In exchange for the present and relocated, near the High Smith. voting precinct.Commissioner. thorne resident and Jack Dur group, said some 150 dairy I
of Gainesville. ment reported today.
but the prescriptive right of way road. Springs Interchange of Inter- farmers are expected to vote.
: Is not wide enough. The county agreed subject to state 73. The road Is the oldest Sidney Martin set at Director RHnard Keating
OK Set Back said he has been ask. Polling places were up sad
+.r University Heights the own. outcome of a public hearing. In Florida. It was cut In two ed to bring the matter Dimes March the Palmetto Agricultural Center. $1,341,740 of(/the amount could
sera, represented by M l>!. _Par-:_ Parrlsh also!' ..represented. an-.,by the Interstate Variance; At present, Fairbanks residents Lakeland Civic Center and go to the state general revenue
When relocated, a section oC CourtHouse and $3,334,848 would b
the HtlUborough County fund ?distributed
vote In precinct 29, the Value I Told
the road will open to State Rear ,to qualified
The Alachua County Commission county's largest precinct, with municipal
I 236, at a point further weal t
than at present.Commissioners. Tuesday approved a 2635 registered voters in the Dr William Weil, head of In the Miami area milk ties.h __
SECOND WATCH I'variance to normal rtqu I r events Nov. 3 general election Average the birth defects department at
can approved Die
your for set backs In buildIngs registration for the coun- the J. Hillis Miller Health Cen-
that of
request provided cost from the mile or half ty's 32 precincts Is a little over ter, told the Gainesville Rotary
be a good one. .yet cost relocation Is paid by the own-
I ers who want the road moved, mile section lines In the county 1000 voters in each. Club yesterday how good the
R and to II. during development. Precinct 29 stretches northward March of Dimes does.
> subject a public hearing.
as as A95 I Harris Green, Gainesville from east Gainesville five The March of Dimes Foundation .
$1 engineer, asked the variance miles in a wedge, and lies west gives over $100,000 a yearto
r : Jail Addition for a square mile section west of the Waldo Road. the IF College of Medicineto
of Millhopper Road and northof
study and do medical research
when you Bids Newberry Road. The line,
Sought 11(1utllorlicI'ark on birth defects. The
if ever developed Into a street,
CAHAVIUIJA) DIVISION OF IULOVA WATCH COMPANY would be NW Uth St. money also goes toward teach
Bids will be called for
ing and for patient care. Sugar
of additions to the Ala- Jack Durrance, commissioner Request '
canons,. -Clmlc Mm ilnitH chua County jail the board of told the board his study lie explained the need to sup- supplies '
f AS.- / e t.nlna. I M..I/M MIKlHUlltMlnmltuctlM. / IwIN.wv.m.n6 county commissioners decided Indicated the line would be: The City of Hawthorne's request port the March of Dimes which
Sisal Tuesday. costly to develop for a road to the board of county in turn helps find cures for birth
I The additions are expected to and probably will not be needed commissioners for a dragll n e defects.
\ {cost roughly $45,000 for one. The commission approved to help develop a new park
Green's request was assigned to committee fora After the Alaskan earthquake,
,Action was withheld on a recommendation Tuesday a 35000-square-mlle region
r Four Zoning similar request for another I Hawthorne said Slndey Mar!around Kodiak and Anchoragesank

i square mile, section 25 In!tin, county- commission- e r-,-_ two_ to six feet j
Requests L

x >r zoning requests were
approved Tuesday by the Alachua

: N j t I / County Commission, all on I I
recommendation of the county
> Ii zoning commission Z ,
i \ : i I V Q. McCoy had asked three /
changes In zoning classification,I \
SKIff-eiitlncllw ttyllnsnd for sites to be used by a group
ihock r iitml -
wmtruetlm. Prwl.IIM which 'plans a utilities operation .I
jnnM MMIHMII, In the upper north w II t'' ==
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0 Gainesville suburbs I

Two sites, one at 4608 NW ,
\ 36th Terr., the other at 5120 NW BANANAS10(
the lint hw-coit qualify wafcnj
4 34th St., were rezoned from agricultural ttMEATS
use to Industrial B. DILICIOUS
When you're going to live your watch hard use-weir aCARAVCU.Z. These will be the locations of al *
: It prolong the life and protects the looks of sewage treatment and a water = er 49 APPLES 33<
your expensive dress watch-y t gives you the quality end I plant, McCoy said. I Whole I 4 LB. UG :
= dependability want CARAVCUi la a product of MJIOVA.
with e precision.Jeweled movement ,YOU can count on I Another location at 8100 and(! FRESH fORICHAMS JUMIOCILUY.
= CAKAVCLUICAHAVCU.K: ilOl !NW 34th st., was rezoned I '
from agriculture to business I II STALK 2 FORT 25CE
/tdlvliltnel BUIOV WMcn Compiny,Inc. I use Va OR WHOLE LB 49 ,
4 .. University Ave. I iso approved was Ion.-i iI UK'I JUICY
; FR 6-6892 I variance for Milton F.' *
:. I. I..! -s. Raum year ,'to operate a television' PORK BUTTS, . . : i, 39 Grapefruit 2 FoR 19
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Flood of Sympathy to LBJWASHINGTON -I :! ......-
EXCLUSIVE FIRST RUN Heels Attached TwoTfiMist"f.nt !
5 Mins.
STARTS TONIGHT 7:00HE (API Animal beagle'f collar and will keep it I The White House has declined 7:00.100ANN': : = l PUUUNSlT
lovers from I to 70 have on for 30 days to show jail offers of pets, following a Soles Attached //JOHN I iALUXTH 1:00.109.':00. ,:.).
SAVAGE STORY OF written to President Johnson mourning. l-year-old Dean policy set soon after Johnson 15 Mins. MARGRET RSYTHt : :
"THE COYOTERO" ,and hU family by the hundreds Long In McHenry, HL,wrote the became President. "fs'lttAlEnetl:-:
... to extend sympathy on the White House. Ktttean'WM
Tuesday after again explaining Ar Two Locations
THE UNTAMED DEYILS death of the White House beagle In the carefUl hand of a child.
the policy it returned a fe- 1620 W. Univ. Ace.
lined Joanne ofMerkesan 24 Fun Nil I ISJAMIS
Her. Long
puppy wiped on paper : '
OFTHE APACHE DESERT! About 400 letters have come Inline Wls., wrote that her male beagle puppy sent by Eol. Cerolyn Pies DAIUN I rterrtssat -
D. Hollstetn of Rushville, Neb.It FR C-031S o.4 FOR THOSE WHO ,
Her died almost two family had named two Angus
Hollsteln of the
sr week ago. Included wen about calves after the Johnson beagles. sent picture 101 N. M.I. St. THINK YOUNG a
President and the two beagles,
300 often of dogs or other ant autographed "from one dog Opp. 1st Hail lank STARTS FRIDAY ..
mala even a calt. Til send you our calf named lover to another." FR 6-521 CONNIE FRANCIS ,,'
Her and Him, brother andsister Her to you If )'OIIlih. But you "Looking for Love" I .
About hall the sympathy letters I
belonged to Loci, the 17yearold may not want her on the white-
have come to Lucl the rest .
daughter of the President house (sic) lawn" Joanne to Johnson or to him and the, r

i P P ''I Johnson them showed around the delight WhIte in wrote. family. I m I .,........ .,.. .. .... .. ... \
I I I walking receivedwidespread Laurie Kay Meacham of Seattle Ihmmiihniliiiilmj!! !! !!$iiii:!!!:!! iUiiil;!!!; iii.iiimli'iimiliiinnimmmmlmmmmmm1f!! ! !! !! !!!!
House lawn and they Wash., wrote that she had ::5-"S
publicity when beheld hamsters and would like Im=
eight tatTllelli t/m/ ,
ar.e.tuxe them op by their ears. to send Luc! one. Margaret De- ri :!i Rock has Doris..Just where she wants him! !iiii; |!:!
:J& COLOR swallowed stone the day I _
Her a laney.7,of Oak Park, in., wrote
fJg after Thanksgiving and died. that she bad renamed her beagle \......r-I'... Hi i !ii!
\ "We have a beagle, too w we Her so ",'ou ran come to see I ..........
P ./LLee.Illr lI.M tied a black string around our her and I will come to see you"\.r Nil....AM 1M IIIN Uin"AI..0....\ i ill 'I
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11I.-1Iq'",*,_ ) ''J For PackagesWASHINGTON Be Sure to Our :.:1.::
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midst of the busy Christmas CHRISTMAS SHOPPER I

mailing season, the Agriculture .,'
@ Department reports tests illill illillIm
have shown that popcorn)
furnishes good cushioning In SPECIALBucket
packaging fragile gifts. ROCk \ I ""I'ftIU\I H
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fa It reported that one manufacturer ?? .J4 .. e tr/e wet i't'
..COLOR'.. .-. of model car tell insists m: HUDSON DaY '.t.m NIII. hi1m"
that entries In its model car \ I
I contest be packed in popcorn.He of Chicken ,*.** a.+.fmd..Iwo r ? #

Sun Wfint Ads I were damaged that way, ___ 111il ffgeND' ,1i
-- .---"'-"' _.. $50'includes i
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OPEN TILL 11:00 P.M. reg.

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Volume:Who'i Who Cook Book '
I Only 39< each Spiced Peaches. 4 c.", $11

/ Fomoui Sunshine CelloPockHvdrox
Cookies 1k{ .' 49c

DIET.COLA R. C. F Beef Lyke't f Stew . . t\\n": 45c

With B oni, Delicious '\
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For Soup or Dip-Mix, Llpton'i Onion \

C..eof $109 .1, Soup Mix ., ; .. pkg.foil\\37e,
24 Bottles '\ ,f o (m14 For HelMey taking, BordWi Hoe.-Such
Plus Deposit S I. MinceMeat29c: \

Mutitlmon's (Limit 4 PUa$.)
Brach Christmas Ca "
Apple Sauce can 10 \

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Apple Juice 3 :- $1. ', ( Brach Crimp Ribbon. ft: i9c
Vary Fint Brach Cut Rock . ... ft: 3c
Prune Juice 3 r;? $1.
Mint-Filled. Straws ... ft:: 3
Lyke't-Corned .
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Joan of Arc Tender Red Kidn.y. Mellowcreme I Jingle Bells ,':: 29c \

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dairy xpedulx .

/1..s.h....i CM. fd ,. ., GAINESVILLESHOPPING
Margarine . ';*'39c
K&.s faCb'.f.'d ;;.f. 99c ( : ENTER

'.IIow, .,.,.. 0-,. ........., u '
IW a- Turnovers . 'J 7- 53c MA KiTi .' 1014 roo MAIN ST .
wc- c- ... SIiM4 f'
Blg-Eye Swiss tC 37c ''' :
9..n1. to 9 P./11. Monday tHru/ "l1dfyM.
.. we..r / ". .014 11I4. ..... 9 e.m. to 7 0_m. SO/Y/der p
Cheddar? 55c, 59c, 63c .'

the vim tablet cold-water lux liquid swan liquiddetergent wisk liquiddetergent handy.andy lifebuoy
we right to limit detergent liquid-all detergent cleaner f toilet soapquontiti" I

sold ::: 69' ': 79' 'ir 37' 'ir 65' :: 9 IU '(:e. 69' 3 S 39'

1 Extra Christmas Gifts with7{ Green SfampW.d".d. l' II

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; 12 Gainesville. Sun Wednesdoy, "

mow RnO THE f fffIILY: Pre-Nuptial Courtesies I

i i fW e ff Ruth Weimar Women's Editor T I' Fete Miss Steckert

f., \ '. : I Mrs. William F. Moshierand rick C. Bamman HI, Mrs. E.]ly5, who also presented rose
f : Holiday Tour Set Green J.' Whitley Jr., Miss Vandy corsages to the two mothers.CHRISTMAS .
Mrs. N. gave
THURSDAY, December 10 of Al Alsobrook 12:30 p.m., Roy Ellen'
and Miss Jan
Mrs. Earl Powers, Mrs. Edwin a luncheon today honoring Cooper
:. Dinner complimenting Miss W. Peck and her daughter i Miss Caroline Steckert, whose Hudson, sister of the bridegroom -
Betty Pound and her fiance, Mrs. Terrell C. Davidson wedding to Joseph E. Hudson ; lect.Centering.
Al Alaobrook, 8:30: p.m., Mr. Gainesville Golf I n d Jr. will be an event of December the serving table 4 & sF
and Mrs. Percy Beard and Country Club.Miscellaneous. 19 In the Holy Trinity was a tree-shaped arrange- ,
their ion, David Beard, 132 shower honoring Episcopal Church.Appointments ment of pink flowers and pink +
NW 22nd Street. Miss Julie Cheves, for the party balls with crystal candelabraat 'l tlI'i
it ; Luncheon complimenting I bride-to-be of William N. Bab- which took place at the either side. A silver candelabra ti ;
Miss Kay Knopf, bride elect cock, I p.m., Mrs. WilliamD. Gainesville Golf and Country decked with pink balls
I of H. James Stadelman III, Reynolds and her daughter Club followed a pink and was used on the buffet
12:30: p.m., Mrs. Winston W. Miss Anne Reynolds, 1718 white color theme with sweet
Little and Mrs. William Mac- NW 12th Road.Golden. heart roses centering the Supper
donald at the former's home, table. Miss Steckhert and Mr. Hud-
224S NW Fifth Place. ""'UlU' L WaDfLCeaa1 I son were honor guests at a
Age tlw (: tan Corsages of sweetheart
FRIDAY December 11 dinner party Friday by
srn fCl srn" roses were presented to the ,
and Mrs. Ralph G. Leighty at
Shower honoring Miss KayI Club To MeetThe 14 III"" 4. ..,'-'" honoree, her mother, Mrs. W. their home.
Nelson, bride elect of Ronald ..7 flol 1ft.. .)"10141 T H. Steckert, and the bridegroom i
I' Wiggins, 0 p.m., M r.. Golden Age Club, .elect's mother Mrs. Red Christian Dior roses CARDS
to decorate the
Thelma Larche and Mrs. D. sponsored by the GaInesville John E. Husdon Sr. by the were used
.B. Beasley at tile Beasley Recreation Department will hostesses, who also gave the' t able I where places were FOR CHILDREN
home, 701 NE Third Avenue. hold Its December me etlng honoree a gift of a silver I' marked for and the Mrs.honoree John, her E. A ploiut to..altai
mother, Mr.
Thursday at the Recreation ,
tray. r.c.iv.-plu ... iatLouQhtfulae..1
SATURDAY, December 12 I II Center at 1 p.m. Invited guests Included the Hudson Sr., parents of the !
Luncheon complimenting I Plans for the Christmas ,' ,0 "'4< 1.. A tNUp''t5evi : bride, her mother Mr. Hud- groom-elect and his cousins -
I Mini Betty Pound bride-elect Party will be discussed. CIIArtl'" I"", ,I son's mother; Mrs. Glenn R. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R.:

Ida a rRrtr> c:.'Wf.:..., a Hudson, Mrs. Roy N. Green Hudson.A ifJ
a'we II"I'Ti '> Jr., Mrs. D. T. Royster Jr., gift of crystal In her pattern -
My'f :/: Mrs. John W. Kirkpatrick III was presented to the
f.t\A: I'
f; .. JUSTIN TIME it! I f'llkf> t I ta AHI.. tl 4 >r Mrs. Frederick C. Bamman III, irlde-to-be and a corsage of'': i G.| ..viII.|| Shopping Ctntir I ISt.

s Mrs. E. J. Whitley Jr., Mrs. ,Snowbird roses by the Leigh- -

': Mrs. J. Watt Klrkpat r I c k.1

Putting up posters inviting one and all to the annual Holiday Tour of the Mrs. W. Edward Carroll, Mrs.1
I }' : Gainesville Garden Club, which Is to be held from 2 to 6 p.m. on Saturday and H. K. Wallace, Mrs.
Sunday are Mrs. Charley Woods, left, and Mrs. Joseph T. II u d. 0 n Jr. Mrs. Bartlett Mrs. Dwight M. Allen,I .,. Hurt
EISHO-CBRE-FOR Woods It general chairman and Mrs. Hudson la Garden Club president. Mrs. Crier Kirkpatrick, Mrs. St.rtlfts
i Homes of Mrs. D. A. Davies the John R. Harrisons, the Flake Parkers and Michael Green, Mrs. Homer I GREAT
the lona Chapel of the First Presbyterian Church will be decorated for the Dunlap and Mrs. Henry J. Ba- t.'rid..", 11th

NYLON CARPET. 'jI Tour this year. Tickets are one dollar for adults and fifty cents for students. ben Jr. GIFTS. / 9.... .

; .. Tea Honors' Bride-Elect Tg f. 9 ,,",.

1 I' 1; Shower Honors Miss Ouincev More than 60 guest call e d Slim Jims : th..

.. Saturday afternoon during a x..... Eve

( K Miss Lynda Dianne Qulncey, Mrs. Elease Llndsey, Mrs. Ca The bride elect, her mother I tea Patrick given and by Mrs.Mrs.H.Grier K. Kirk Wallace Many Styles Colors l tf:

bride elect of EmmJs Lenn; thy Buyerly, Mrs. Lou Wilson, Mrs Loy Qulncey, and the who entertained at the and Fabrics to Please Her .Lo'.boy
urvls III, was honored with I Mrs Tommy Smith, Miss Jeanne Wallace home .
miscellaneous shower given recently -, Smith, Mrs. I. C. Robinson, M-idegroom-elect's l mother, Mrs. Miss Steckert, complimenting M'r"Free .
I LIBBYE'S char.
at the Moose Lodge 'Mrs. Mary Bullard, Mrs. LouiseLa Emmis L Pcrvls II, were pre- Mrs. Revel Jones, Mrs. Mar-'
I eptlon room by Mrs. Guy re-I' Breck, Mrs. Harry Couey, sented corsages of yellow chrys- garet Duer, Mrs. H. H. Hobbs I;
I.. \ llama Jr., Mrs. Louise McElroy Mrs. Albert Quincey, Mrs. Clark anthemums. A gift of silver was and Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpotrick' Next to the Gift
f. and Mrs. Ida Grandee. I Powell, Mrs. Grace Qulncey, presented to Miss presided at the tea table. I Florida Theatre Wrapping
Quincey by
Miss Quincey and Mr. Purvis Miss Cathy Qulncey, Mrs. Rita the Assisting In the courtesies In
r will exchange their nuptial vow Oplt, Mrs. James Qulncey, hostess. the tea room were Mrs. Fred I
on Saturday at ( p.m. In tile Mrs. Ruby Deas, Mrs. Murray -- -- -- --

Pine Grove Baptist Church, Read, Mrs Gwen Hunter, Mrs.
Trenton. Clark Quincey, Mrs E. C. RobInson --
decorated and Mrs. R. S. Waters. FOR GIFTS FOR THE
The reception room was -
The bride elect was also
with chrysanthemums In
I. 0 bronze and yellow fall colors. honored at a miscellaneous YOUNGER SET!
shower recently at the home of
The bride elect was presented
Mrs. Bruce Deas.
with an orchid corsage. The
honoree's mother and the bridegroom -
led's mother were presented -
CONTINUOUS FILAMENT with yellow chrysanthemum )
corsages. : <
I NYlON- The bride elect was also pre- E OIDI YOUNG JUNIORS '

I sented with a gift of crystal. .I NYLON TRICOT BABY DOLLS
IS SOMETHING NEW IN THE WORLD OF The serving table was overlaid ,.

CARPET VALUE. It Hot: ;(tablecloth with a and cream was colored decorated lace .r c1Glt 10'eM IIOwN/ION/..... DUSTERS & SHIFT GOWNS

with silver candlelabra: holding By CECILY BROWNSTONE
Richly elegant cut and
loop stylingA green and yellow tapers and a Associated Press Food Editor TRULY LUXURY GIFTS FOR THE

resplendent range of decorator colon center arrangement of bronze Just In case you would en- YOUNG ,JR. SET. SIZES 8-14.
and yellow chrysanthemums.: Joy serving a steamed pud-
Amazing durability even In heavy traffic The guest list Included the ding for the Christmas holi-
areas 'ride-to-be, her mother, her paternal day dinner, and you hsven't REG. 60015.00 4.99-10.99 f
grandmother, Mrs. W. E. time ta make the dessert
An authentic look and feel of
luxuryeven Adams,the bride groom elect's from scratch, we offer this
at its budget price mother, Mrs. Emmls L. Purvis strictly up-to-date recipe. I Floor

See continuous filament nylon carpeting ,,11. and maternal grandmother, STEAMED PUDDING Young Jrs..Shop-s"
Mrs G. Guthrie. Others were 1 Package (about 1 pound
In our store today See how it can enhance I Mrs. Martha Chambers. Mrs. J. and 3 ounces (spice cake .
the beauty of your home. See what a super ,C. Ramsey Miss Jan Ramsey, mix
value, how affordable this marvelous carpet Mrs. Tom Qulncey, Mrs. Ella 1 can ((10V" ounces) condensed !c SPECIALLY
McElroy, Mrs. Frances Dollar, tomato soup, undiluted
Is.COMPLETE I Trs. Hattie Perry Mrs. E. Caiinders 3 eggs i
INSTALLATION WITH Mrs. Thelma Yarborough H cup finely chopped pecans r PURCHASED COTTON
32-OZ. HAIR JUTE PAD AT THE LOW, Mrs. Celestla West, H cup chopped seedless
LOW PRICE OF ONLY ,trs. Nell Catkins: Miss Pat raisins '
(Istuart, Mrs. Eloise Thompson, h cup chopped pitted dale? I
8 Colors to Blanche Roberts. Into a mixing bowl turn
I I Also Mrs Margie ReevesChristmas the cake mix, undiluted tomato 2 HOURSOR
5595 soup and eggs; mix accord- I $ r

Ing to package direct Ions BLUE (SIMILAR TO FREE
Easy Terms Fold In nuts, raisins and : ,
I dates. Pour Into I greased 1 ILLUSTRATION SHOWN)
Singing PartyThe I
quart melon mold. Cover I ti PARKING

CITY Gainesville Recreation tightly. Place on a trivet In :
GATE Department announces the sixth a large kettle. Add boiling( 3-6x, SR99 SPECIAL 3.99 OLD CITIZEN'S
annual Christmas Singing Partyby water to one half the height :
the Recreation Singers, vocal of the mold. Cover kettle I ; I II BANK LOT -
: MATTRESS fr CARPET WORKS students of Dr. Vera Richards I steam for 2 hours. Remove ; 7-14, 1899 SPECIAL 4.99
I The singing party will be heldat mold from water; unco v e r (JUST EAST OF.
T.J 818 W. University Ave. the Highlands Presbyterian and loosen edges of pudding I WILSON'S)'
Church, NE Uth Avenue on with a ipatula. Unmold while *: *
PHONE 372-0441 Monday at 8 p.m. The public hot; serve with a fluffy pudding :I
Is Invited. sauce. Girl's I Sh Street Floor -


: '\ 11 M't tie &utjz GOa SPECIALLY SPECIALLY


if the gift came from Cherry's! GIRL'S 3-6x & 7-14 PRINTED FLANNEL

: 1 v** .1 Dresses Toppers Suits and Coats Gloves NYLON OR LITTLE BOYS'

: Costume Jewelry Petticoats Bed Jackets NYLON FLEECE PAJAMASPAJAMAS
i ..
t Gowns and Robes Slips and Panties

put travel under SIZES 1 TO 4

\ All Beautiful. All Awaiting Your Selection theChristmas GOWNS & 03 TO 7 .

t .: tree I liw
C,4 MM Vny !*.M fowl Mput
: FREE DOOR PRIZES Attf'! a Mi'jrr rr' MillMI .. Mil ''t

: Given each week. Draw- MttttlUif"'" fifl' if I5.. uvi Wtkm RED, PINK OR ,
lngeachSat.otS:30pm.Just : 'r *henl. f ftj it all ptlid. -"keel
: ,.gists, no purchase .-|..fete stow .*M std. BLUE. REG. 1.99SALE
: necessary. you NiMt ffl Ml fit MrtlKnltto
s don'? have to be present ,, .. 'w(TNI| teemed niy ,Ms...
: 'towhv ... .....-. ilia .,., REG. 5008.00
Open Every Night: 'Til 9 P oM. Until Christmas '
SALE i H 1.69
10] W. Unrnmtv A..... (,.,_.; "'. M... ,........... .44__ ,;. :

Free Gift Wrapping 101 W. U.SERVICE.. S| (...., Little Boys'Shop-1 Street F""

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Calendar Of Events I I.t Secretaries ObserveAnniversary I Luncheon Fetes Bride-elect f fMCINTOvSH t

IVY, December I Chapter AP PEG, Luncheon and Sciences Dames, 8 p.m. Mrs. W W. Guests: Included the bride Also Miss Mary Frances Mo ,I
. Diversity Women's Club Mrs. W. T. Sandefur, Dr. and Mrs. John Bolten Walkup of McIntosh and her, elect's mother Mrs. Fred Cat- Auley, Miss Althea Louise De- .
|national Relations Group 1418 NW 16th Terrace. 1117 NW 12th Road. daughter Miss Jane Walkup enertalned roll her sister Miss Donna Vore and Miss Kay Stewart
f In. Mrs. J. V. D. Saund- University City Bridge Club, ,THURSDAY December H Saturday at 'b e 1 r' jatrell and her grandmothers, Reddick; Mbs Gail Clad ne y.
rosera. 1108? NW 22nd Street. 7:30: p.m. University of FlorIda I Newberry Chapter 191 Or- home with a luncheon for bride, Mrs. Henry Gatrell and Mrs Micanopy and Miss Lena Keep
Faculty Club, West New der of Eastern Star, MeetIng elect, Miss Sandra Gatrell, 01 t Ruby Williams, all of Fairfield; !McIntosh
wcomers Bridge Unlver- berry Road.University. honoring Mrs. Ernestine Fairfield. the bridegroom deed mother. The luncheon table was centered !
I Women's Cub 8 p.m. of Florida Phar- I Elsenocheo, Grand Instructor. Miss Catrell and Milton Ban Mrs Milton, Baxley M I si with a white heart of ca .
house, West Newber r 1 macy Dames 8 p.m., Mrs. i District VIII I p.m., Chapter Icy of Gainesville will be married Jlna Whiddon and Miss Linda mellias. Pink rose arrange
d. Werner Lauter, 724 SW Mat Room. a AL at the Fairfield Fresbyte. Brown all of Gainesville ments were also used
t' Avenue House Staff Wives Club J. Plan Church December 11 ----
Zeta Tau Alpha chap-
University of Florida Medical
Hillis Miller Medical Center,
{Christmas party honoringnae Dames I p.m., Mrs. Tho- 8:30 Mrs. Arnold Nevis
: -
t > their husbands ands mas Bartley, 2125 NW Third 3441 pm NW Eleventh Avenue AAUW Slates lor the young titan of distinction.]
?, Chapter House 1142 Place. "Christmas Ideas" jtffrt '"*1
, 1 East Panhellenic Drive. University of Florida Business !. pJ'Ooeram. BazaarThe
Journalism and Com-
Administration Dames,
University of Florida Agriculture -
cations Dames, 8 p.m., ( p.m., Mrs William Fox, 1725 Dames > p.m., Mrs annual Christmas bazaar .
Donley Feddersen, 1725 SW Eighth Drive.University Marvin A. Brooker Ett NW ponsored by the American Association ''t .

I Tenth Terrace.._ 0 __ __ of_Florida_ Arts_ Sixth Place.University. of University Worn- tilt-Boxed j1i...
Women's Club en will be held Saturday at noon ,
Daytime Bridge Noon, Pot- at Park Lane Cafeteria. er
I Hk nnelRobes
:a f luck luncheon Mrs. Pierce Bazaar items will include Fl

CITRUS Brodkorb 1603 WV Seventh white elephant, clothing: ,Christmas
sj, FRESH FLORIDA Place gifts and foods. The pub- !
League of Women Voters I 8 lic la Invited to attend.
for CHRISTMAS p.m., Mrs. E. I* Pierce, 1822 Chairman for the event Is
NW Seventh Place, Unit MeetIng L. Mrs. Henry C, Lunsford. ,
t I. .
I "
II Everyone will enjoy.| a gift ,4., It
of "FLORIDA SUNSHINE" University of Florida Faculty :
tent directly from Cross Club Family Buffet! Dinner ,ti I ,.Y
Crctk. 20 years lucctuful 8 to 8 p.m., UF Faculty Club, -- Scw1n.n.. I IOUAIn'r
fruit shipping guarantees West Newberry Road. ri
in4 quality All oranges. are df- I "' "
Gainesville Carden Club ': '' ; THAT LASTS "" .
r seedless navels.' "L' f. 1a
Camellia Circle Christmas I ... ...ff"I't""I'IIf. .. ,
Only eta : .
yea ee.yan. t
Visit our dlioloy it Btlk'Llndsty Workshop 1:30: p.m., Mrs. H. / ..." ..hty..&.._ unit iMInf.. .
J Dept Start now. W. Frierson, 1411 NVT 31st I'_ ,. ,j. ..... i* ..... ..I.! .. OSdmlim ... .t !to' .,
.... ...
Street. fr) .;; .... _,. ,.' mi iM* \ '...., .' "
CROSS CREEK GROVES Young Mother's League, ".,J.e : : .
Mrs. Naomi Bullets, scaled discusses the Anniversary '
7:45 r Guaranty Federal 1i
( Boa JOI, blind.. Grove, Fl.. Phone ."-14IOH. Community p.m. Room. Program of the'National Secretaries Auoclatloa with Mrs. .' .... ,

H. (Hugh W.lll.mi. owner Gril Scout UBA Neighborhood D. H. McSwain. left and !Mrs Ronald Stanley, right, duringa
Meeting ':30 a.m., Girl Christmas party held at the MiSwaln home. Mrs. Bullrtt ,
inwns CROSS CREEK brand9 ,
I Scout Office, (10 NW Eighth I. president of the Galnes\PJe NSV Chapter and Mrs. Stanley .. ::.;. '. '
I r
0 _ __Street Is charter president. ,
. Eleventh anniversary of the Inatlon held every year In
II "es. a 3i
I Secretaries Association, was
18 celebrated during a Christmas May.Mrs.. Bulled! also listed In TIle petted sift for hs toy win Imlitj M ertrs mntot and ttfflimttt. S&ft
party at the home of Mr. and chapter functions, an area Officer Out I \ Cotton flimwl robes art hndIaottIfr '
Mrs. D. H. McSwaln Saturday Roundtable held recently.1 washable brrr'f.ldt.,; l Irtmmid" willi piping M collar, citfH and ** r"
,, with four division officers In at Ec It-uLiJLJL Machine for easy tare I
\a nlgt.Mrs.. Stanley was first president tendance. Plans are underway I "MAfff/GUir/ Jim 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 $4.00 k-i

of the chapter chartered for "Secretarles Week" set for Slut 14, 18, 18, 20 $5.00 ,Mhp J
Dec. 7, 19 3. Alms of the the last week In April. Wednesday rust sauiMiMIBOUWIIONt, .
Q elation include an a'lo-l will be Secretaries' Day. Qn.95
I rogram for a better This observance Is proclaimedby [ay Twos IRIS GifT WRAPPING

be.utlful I standing of the business world national, stale and local officials. i (. ._ttf.n, iiyU. m4. 100HAmrlm OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
by secretaries In all fields. mmM adwlnnrent USE CENTRAL CHARGE
.. ryas s Mrs. Naomi Bullctt president I I dub,lurtrtiM<.h.1.1..... tad I
I Guests of honor were Paul .....yl.n Mi...ll dm,.(irplMd .... '.7f
reviewed the chapter's progress Frierson 'Boss of the Year," font ....1.,. K..dllM,
in the educational work the lo- Mrs. Ronald tank with ....(|.. Iwo,AiiwkM .Al-hA
Improves on nature kcal Gainesville High Schoollapter I Stanley charter ...d. ....., ....k.. 2.'.... .
J president and new members, .
.. L
Secretaries peen spll.n.l" M .1.
F with new of Future Mrs. Sheltls Downs Jr., Mrs.
with Mrs. G. B. Newton as fecIulty J. M. MacDonald, Mrs. Dixie STREIT'SBICYCLE Wf1AKVJJtots
I adviser; and the Certified Coiten Miss Garvla Ann

a 13 Li| I Professional Secretaries Exam- Combs, and Mrs. Edward L kInO,to'et\5 \

'I, 0 Bridge Club Fox.During the evening, an Invitation SHOP
The tramlnt service was held for these "s W. UNIV. M .77ll 10 I. University' Ate. n 2-40" l
R stocking thai
NotesBy members.
fives, you the belt of both worlds! I

Makes ''e look bare as bare can be J01IV E. CRAPS
Mrs. E C. Kirkland and Mr,. ; '
-and yet It imprint on nature by Herbert Stern were the lint I : )

f'nh.nc/n.ldft/ tones with smooth ilace winners In the Nor IN.
r South direction at the Calneslle -
delicate color. BmitAimr / Bridge Club's Monday

rial Just a shade of evening tournament with 13 I
I I match points. There were nineltables
reinforcement Ihetoe- r
in and the
play average
completely bareback (score for all pairs was 108. CIv 41 G

3 lieelt.Divine for I Mrs.. L.W.E.D.Grlntcr Macdonald took second andMrs. a

dressy .shoes! I honorl11th 129 Mrs. H L.
I Breland and Mn. H. D. Putnam .
VsckThellalsi! .ad sloe ifili e&L :
$165] $195] I were third with 1124, andDr + .I'
and Mrs. J. R. Anderson w
In fourth with lOfl'i '
I Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Livings- I ,. t CHRISTMAS From. G W -
b ton led the East-West field with ,
i 120. followed by Mrs P. B. HOME PLAYING CARDS
*/ Beautiful Free Patterson and Mn. H. R. WarDel >,. .tuSU. DECORATIONS a drM w1
Gift Wrapping I I with 111 V. A. Mayan d A Pleasure To Receive. .
Q'own a ,Mrs. J. F. Wharton with 112,
[//anfe/inS/ / ouege )hop' Central, ChargeLayAway '.'and by Mrs. W. H. Miller andMrs.

F S. Hubbard with 1094 '" A Pleasure To Select I
tom .
The club will hold Hi next t ..I.,
01 W. University Ave. FR 2.4606 Free Parking Rear of Store I game at T;30 this evening I t : Z ;
the Holiday Inn. It will be a t "'
eginning FrI., Dec. 11 Christmas Shopping Hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. thru DIC:. 23 I full master point game. Vlslton t :.auusj, Christmas shopping" at Cnesnuti Is a .Yea'

I are Invited. Y THOUGHTFULNESS pleasure. 'In our unusual collection of CHRISTMAS GIFTS ,

t ALBUMS gifts you'll find the perfect gift for OF QUALITY

everyone on your list. You will find:

briefcases chain, desks, dISk and office

lt.n.r ->- a..*. accessories and woll hangings. Choose A irry W w sr.asdr
,..e.. .. .
I) art supplies by famous Grumbachef; and .

COLLECTION IN 1I/atHut 'Ie 7 ;G LGQtI'Lr W,,, others for the amateur or professional a ,, i I

Superb! crafted tables( hot lock-end or*worth-M<* fie yatr.l WINDOW DECORATIONS artist. oil and water colors, brushes, FOR
G.nuln. walnut veneer on be arr olid plank bps bqmtoj end IUI It R.
bordered with tolla teak Inlihl A Yiarl ktcquw wrlaoz lassie todi. r pastels Inks Just to name a few! For CHRISTMAS ;
tlnqulabciki bola Costly oil ant.l.!.
Select any c( these gracefully styled model: d lhl. waiark- those who admire good art choose from

ably low fries.. ..-!; 1r..4 rye hundreds of prints by famous old masters
20..x10":11"HInd sWsfpq W and the "jutt right" from t) put tie's,
'" 11'I'"
,on ( 2:224."a11'Tilt'.H .,.,:.W.t-L, ;. ....iZ'..- ... .,..,

CHRISTMAS See Chesnuts collection of Bibles, games,,

1 tConwr.C .. CARDS dictionaries stationery and not cords. y ENGAGEMENT
_ We're so sure you'll be pleated with the CALENDARS
gift we've car.fully' selected that you're

cord,ally invited to come ,In ond blows..
TM, w
C --r"' II ,'s See why we wy "it's fun to shop otOetnuts" re. w per, __ r"1
,ckti3 .,::;;1 hh Nre
a70"al4t KCoetrtad ,, "w \

tl, FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS "The Christmas tore" WRAPPINGS S t

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14 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, December 9, 1964 a-

I : Law Enforcement Study Needs Funds / Construction 2nd Block: of Bonds University Sold ,

TALLAHASSEE APFlor) J288 per cent.
: : TALLAHASSEE (AP) A State Budget Director Warren appropriation If either of those Cov. Farris Bryant said lie tlon flood control account. naming a replacement imme- Ida sold the second $25 million The final $25 million worth\ of

: budget hitch has put oft a Henderson laid Tuesday offices had to spend $15,000. wanted such a survey becauseof Release of $12,000 for 1m- diately.An block of university constructionbonds bonds will go on sale in a cow

: much needed statewide survey preliminary proposals were Secretary of Stale T o mAdams barbs recently hurled at movements at the Hillsborough eight-county network Tuesday to the same ple of months.

of law enforcement needs for the state to provide $15,000ancl questioned the amount 1 a w enforcement offlcera RIver State Park. link for studio equipment for syndicate and for almost the Bonds sold under the new

i : until the Cabinet can check private sources to provide of money and the time allotedfor throughout the state especially I Release of $72536 for re- WMFE-TV Channel 24 In Orlando :- same interest rate as the first. constitutional proposal will be

with the Legislative Council $12,500 for the survey. study saying both were too those handling racial problems modeling the Whltfleld Build as part of the state's The bond buying group headed limited to $73 million In the cur

to determine how much should Henderson said neither the little. Adams suggested Ing for the State Public education) television system. by Soloman Bros and Hut- rent two years which end next

.. be provided for the best re- governor's office nor the attorney -the Cabinet recommends He said, "Florida's law en- ties Commission. Aft education television zler of New York was the June 30, and thereafter will\ be
general's office had the forcement has Inadequacies UUU-j system repeater station J n million each two
: IUltL u c h a survey to the program lowest of four bidders In their limited to $50

.. NOTICE Of APPLICATION money for such a survey. He Legislature and let the law which need to be Contracting with J. Crestview for Channel 21 In offer! to buy the bonds for 3.299 years.
Wolf Jr. Inc. of Jacksonville
.M.- ran.... TAX'HU.DUO"... said it would require a dific makers handle it I remedied." to i build malntenace and Pensacola.A per cent interest. The money being spent for
GIVEN m*, The Governor a request by the University
NOTICE II HEREBY suggested I the construction at all the state's
This resulted In the Cabinet The high bid on strongly
Florid Morn Models Company the NOTICE Of APPLICATION storage building at the Florida -
the of Florida for a
putting under the to apply
wider ef th* following' eeriltkete M1 FOR TAX DUO survey state bonds was only universities, will be repaid from
: filed Mid eeftlllceiw far tae deed <. loc. IM,14, P... agreeing to check with the law enforcement people themselves School for the Deaf and BlindIn $600,000 federal grant under supported
.. too IIHM4 Itwr on. Tin tertlMc.t. ...... NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN lit., 3.33 per cent. specially earmarked revenue
.. theholdtr Legislative Council T b eLegislature's and let them make St. Augustine for $125,487. the higher educational facilities -
bin mat ytin oroiMnss Florid Homo Mortgeg Company I The syndicate bought the first from the state tax on the gross
.. f Hit ... nh.. following. cortlfluMo lloi
erlptlon A
: the
Interim Investlatlon their recommendations request by to supplement
t. Ni "wnldl tt wn n..ewd ere *. lolCertlfket liltd Mid eortlllcoM/ tar ton deed to own to program 129 million block In July for receipts of utility companies. _
.. -, ,bo towed ....r_. Tilt tertltlcele nunvDon committee before the legislators! Welfare Board to proceed,$110,000 in state funds for a
_. of Oilnnvllli tno dowrli I .1.
No. 57 City end of Imionco
Vow of Irnionn IMO ion ot Itio fraporty, sod Iho ninuo InDetcrlptlon any action was taken on the In other action, the Cabinet with a study of the feasibility research library. '
i DoKriptlon. of Prowrtvt lot 4 Ilk I which It wee .ss sasd sn 55 001104,' of an office building In Panama ; HEAT
l l Wall S-0 In Dolg Addn loe 4-10-JO C.rlleic.1.. No 361 Yea of .1Nusnca ,61)) survey. approved: GETTING ENOUGH ?
: Name In which I auMMd Nina Wllun It- of Prop. ll'" I UK I 0 A wildcat oil well In City. I

tat.Ali bring In the County Norwood Nelpna.ononod P Calls Willis NOTICE Oil PUBLIC MIAKINO Santa Rosa County by Marshall More 625 of trout Save Get More Heat
: of Hid propwty Norn In "which Notice I N hrby givM Mil 5 public The resignation of Hor- than tons Save Fuel Money-
I .. of Alechue suck, Still certified of Florid.UnloM oc artlflat.1shsN WAll: of Mid property being hi tit County -haring.will b* Ixld by the*ll Flerld*l tile Milk Milk R. Young Drilling Co. ace E. Crow Jr from the are placed in Colorado lakes

b* redeemed acnrdlng to tow the of Alchue. Stele ot Florid =:Ion:1. new undtrtupmliiai I Spending $32,400 for Ob- Merit System Council without and streams each
crtllktMih.ll year.
corllflntoor '
property deKrIbod hi *uch Unlu oucll lIlIc. or one noulatltn, In IS
crtlflcte will' bo told to lilt high- M redeemed Kcordlng to lw tit Its HuN "ChtmbK.: Halo CipHol, TllhfM w,servation Island In L a k e HEATERSCLEANED
lit Udder if fh* court louIS door on property doicrlbid In such cerfllkite or *, ftoflcw. comnwidna *l nil:: AM. Okeechobee in Glades County
.a Mondiy In Month of January cMl/lcatfl/" will bo Kid tit Mol- .
Docwnb.r H 1H4 nlllv
rtJ.ftI to tho dill My of jonuoryIW :: : Udder .t ..w court houw door anbs 011 fa ttw Mnd/allowing mon*ns for a water storage area for' Gift Idea
IW*. llrit Monday m Month of Jnury, mi
CtnildVUIon of mirlwtwfd
1. Pre
I Cited Ml torn diy of Novombtr "M. whir' I IsM deb dy ot January ln.. iductr .quallN1a5 cool ordtr con- the State Board of Conserva-
J. I.CARMICHAEL D."* till 30th dy *f November 1.10101 ncamm.ndstlMO Iran Ike Industry -I
Clone of Circuit Court of Clark of Circuit Court ofAlechu
: Commlt', aaolnl. d tar that ALACHUA COUNTY,
: Alochui County. Piendaw County Florid .
(MCT) H:-e, U :a_ J. B. CAP.MICHAEL aCoo..Id.ratNe5 f mnlmiim dirgiroducr STATE OP.FORIDA. CLOCKSTRAVEL
In n m* '* *t
I '. ---cADVllttilIiM-INn (3011, H:t. t, !. 23DInSIION ___ I. for handling, hauling anddiverting JAMES! LON SUIEY.
A ol milk Oecea.... '
ADVERTISEMENT FOR (IDI .. ComUMratlon '"> terrlltrl llmlH Mmilk IN PROBATE A heater carboned up ONLYand
( t Notice h) .hubby gtvM" "'., tan bard marketing *r***, T* All Whom It My ConnmiNotice .
: ,1 County Commlnlonen *f AlKhu .. CtmldtrtlM of efflcM ardor lab h honey final' ttlri JOE dirty will not producehalf
County, PlorW, hereby cell for end requeit LI7, 'Mllltwr Milk OnWr-.to d.t.r.md N. PUSSY Iliad his flnl upon .* Ad.minlntrolar WALL of the heat it should. jb mm ** m
bid tor tervlcw to be pur- mina H lOT 551000, w ena1N atooId .f me nut* of JAMES LON
-. ch..... by eald board for and en bw.lt be N furttwr cemlderdioii a* I* sissy <.*.**..., nut lit has filed nn MANTEL Hove your heater cleaned V* f J **
of Alochuo County FlorlditS .VMlIng tan enllr nMr. petition for lln.l/ dlKlwrg, and that fill
.1 ..led blOt will be received *t .... ., C uldr.tlon. and doDntn of per- .. pply .. me Honwebl H. H. MeDould ALARMSEE now Save on fuel 49 .Ij Vesr.
office of "'. Sojrd of County Cornmlnlonere mausol producer prk snarl for all County Judg of Alchu Coon. bills and enjoy more
; *, ..... undor th ,.., ... ,
N AlKhv r.1:10' urlMlclln/ *f Iti* ty PlorkU, M lilt CKimber t. '
t a.ineivlile I World, : ;: P.M., MS Milk CommlMlon.. tor approval ot Mm and for fliul dltcniro OUR LARGE DISPLAY heat when you need it. J
s BIT December Tt 1N4 for comtruelion 4. Dtrmlntlm. at th* time whim WIT' N Mmlnlitrtor of me "".
of Specie! AiMummt Olitrlcl lt...,. ordor clung. or clunga ki tti* *...r.. ot J...." Lon sushi, _*.... en This HOUSEWARES DEPT.13t1flhI'. CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
AI the *bov. Stated time, bid WIN be .trd .bM CommiMlon n I result II d.y ot Novombor. IN4.
,} opened Hid. ,.bul.'" by uthorlied, repnmnlitlvoe of Midi hrlng tat bwitlgitlon by ttwComldmtlon JOE N. IU15YAdminlotrster HEATER CLEANED Plus IK sin TL.rg .
J the Boerd of County Cone CopomINlan. .r. ta .......... _I... I I ef me "tt* elJmt
l mltlloMr I : AlKhu County, Florid.Bide : .. 1. send dtrmlntlMi Mall Lon Butby, dec**..d.
': will be _.1...... for sword eta rnttn rltlng: t* th* foregoing Sod Wm. Wads Hampton. ef ".
s meeting of th. loud t* lit held In ttwr mittH tfi.t H (:h* Commlulonijrwnl : I P. O. *o. US Stock Good *
: the County Commlwlen Room County should. ke centhMrtel and 4*1511'OalnMvllle' Florid 20
Courtlwute Oelneivllle. Florid*, beginning ml"" I'Alto__ tor Mid 1.,.,* USED HEATERS W
.. .t the Clove time. and dt.. ALL pert," Intamlid. end tn* public. :11011: i 12'1. It, it, :n 1 e :
.... Any bids naive etl.r tit time and .r* Invited t* Mold and pnwnt such10lwanf j aatz lHptJl1/I
d... not b* considered.EKh *._* and Mtlmonv M may SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NEW HEATERS
bid mustclIS accompanied by a be ......Nd. PARTIES WHO OKSIP.I TO More PecansNext ,
entitled chock. or bid bond In *n II HEARD ARE REQUESTED TO PlL.NOTIC. 5fllEE FORKING ON TCWER LOT
mount net me than llv' per cent (5 OP INTENTION OP APPEAR [
per cent) ef the be bid n guwmtee !ISO HIN I.DAlIiri; NEARING year If your Crass art Central Heating Oil Furnaces . $7.50
het the bidder will net withdraw from I ADMINIJ.KATOP. for Spanlih Mots now!
till cempttltlM ftr th* owning of bid FLORIDA" MILK COMMIS- USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
Coll FRonklln for 29561C.
end If twirdtd tit contract lit will ION, ra SOUTH IRONOUGH STREET CALL FR
j ; "My'Good.TiIle"ChadieSuffers within ten (101 eotiMcutlvo" celendtr dy LLAHAS5EB. FLORIDA litlmatt. THE STORE THAT'S MORE THAN JUST A
fter written nolle be given th.* *wrdenter FLORIDA MILK COMMISSION)
kit* a written contract with th* : La1l.y 'LOR'DA' KT CONTROL HARDWARE STORE BOHANNON, JR.
board ., County Cemmiuloner In *ccerdence VlccsdMlemM: ft CHIMICAL CO.
with the mooted proposal 1311'1 II t, t .. -
Should the tuecentul bidder fell t* oner
: "Into e centred, the bid bonll ihallb
fbrllted *. llquld.,.. d...._
Th* bid bond end perfarmenc lend
ih.ll' lit ebtolMd. from an agency efeurety S
or Inturanc company" "which hll
hiv an ",.bll_ piece of bwlnou, ,
UneasyiBladderUnwlM In Alechu County, Florid., and b* duly
Icmed to conduct buelneee. mereln, I
All wort Mull. lit comp4td In *ecerdence -,
with th. plans and >pecinctloni .
: ntlni or drink In.m.r.b.* I which may lit Mimlnid *t th.
.. ,Source of mild, but 1 only el R. J. Miller, Cwnty engineer,
lrrllstions-meking you feJnuliM..tenig Oslnnvlllq, Florla.
A -. sod uncomfortable And II A erf el men document posy be *b-p
.. ",.Ue. night, with ngiini bickicha, t.,,,,, from M. J. Mill.... County engineer PROOF OF RESULTS
w beadacb or muicular ..hem and pains OtinenllM, Florid.
w du. to oveHlertion, itnm or .motional Bldoor mint be Kc.pteWe t* *.. .o-
paved lIT MS P1.111.. Nils load D.55rtmee4 .
: ) upset, *r*addini to your misery for contract 0.1. with That
-don wait-try Doan a Pills 0550c T.I .
.. y Doan'B PHI act 1 ways for ippedy N* blddor Buy wlthtfraw M"* bid farpirlod
,relief -They bavg B soothing effect of tlKty Idol dy ftr NMdt
on bladder Irritation i 2-A fast pinnllnlni tot far th.opening of bid*. r
action on ugllni batkach ProoMiii" thill, b* MibmltM In ...iplut ..
heedachtt muscular. acnn and pain: *n the Fropoi.l Poems fumlmod/
part of The ipKllkdloraj oxtr cool SY
3-A wonderfully mild diuretic action ..
of which art vII.M at tile attic *l1h
w thru th* kidney, tending to Incites County 1..,_. ., '
th* output ol th* 15 milt ot kidney Th* lo.rd *f County Commliilown
tuhM So, get tb* aam hippy relief r..*rvM HK right t* relict any and ,i t
1 millions hats enjoyed for ever 60, .11 bid and t* sums kifornulltlM and / '. '"' \ "
to .._I.., sod t* award th* eon l
7'- .
I 'a'. tract thh.* .bnt (nhtrwt, of AlKKu I ., 1. ; _
For convta.fcnc .
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: The holiday always mean extra ezperuM.u

; Chriatmaa gifts, a trip home parties, winter

jo. bill, even a vacation. With an AwoclaUe ,.

Happy Holiday Loan you can get the money :'" .;
for all these needs in advonet. Then you can ....' .... '

';:. : i shop with cash..save money on bargains and t-- l'.

eliminate credit chargee. the same time you .

.. can arrange to have money available for the \, .

.' : January sales.Aaeodatee Anxious to find a buyer for his piano the owner pieced the above od to run '.<4 .; J

; ;- Indefinitely but only needed it for the very first day. The od appeared in T '.. \

: one of America' largest financial '" Sunday morning's paper and the piano was sold by I p.m. Calls that came"" ..

.. Institutions, invitee you to bring ua 0 too /late numbered of least 10, he reported, so if you haw a piano your family v,
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.. money needs Service ia courteous and quick. I .- ,,: < no 'longer uses there is a market for it in Gainesville. ,t" .

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14 Gainesville Sun Wednesday, .December 9, 1964

, II : Law Enforcement Study Needs Funds I Construction 2nd Block of Bonds University Sold I\ I

.::. TALLAHASSEE (AP) A State Budget Director War-, appropriation if either of those Gov. Farris Bryant said he tlon flood control account naming a replacement TALLAHASSEE APFlor 3.286 per cent. worth of
I million The final $25 million
ida second
the $3
budget hitch has put off a ren Henderson said Tuesday offices had to spend 15000. wanted such a survey becauseof Release of $12000 for Improvements Imme-l
sale In -
much needed statewide diately.An block of university construction bonds will go on a couple
cur preliminary proposals were Secretary of State Tom barbs recently hurled at at the Hillsborough eight-county of months.

.:.. vey of law enforcement needsuntil' for the state to provide $15000 I Adams questioned the amountof 'I I a w enforcement officers River State Park. link for studio bonds Tuesday and for to the almost sane the Bonds sold under the new

the Cabinet can check and private sources to throughout the state especially WMFE-TV Channel 21 in On syndicate
pro- ,
and the time allotedfor will be
: money Release of $72,538 for remodeling same interest rate as the first. constitutional proposal
with the Legislative Councilto '
vide $12,500 for the those racial lando of the Ilale'seducation
survey. study saying both were too handling prob- the \Vhitfleld Build as part limited to $7i million In the cur
The bond headed
determine how much should buying
Henderson said neither thegovernor' ems, television system. group
:; little. Adams suggested ing for the State Public Utill rent two years which end next
be for the best by Soloman Bros and Hut-
results. office nor the at the Cabinet recommends I He said, "Florida's law enforcement An education television thereafter will be
ties Commission, June 30
: tier, of New York was the ,
office had the'
torney general's has Inadequacies station In
system repeater
u c h a to thee program million each two
.. survey limited to $20
with I lowest of four bidders in their
I Contracting J. H
,. NOTICE OP APPLICATION money for such a survey. H 'Legislature and let the lawmakers which need to be Crestvlew for Channel 21 In
ran sec. TAX touts.CUD PL said it would require a diticltNOTICI. handle it remedied." I Wolf Jr. Inc. of Jacksonvilleto Pensacola.A offer to buy the bonds for ).299 years.

.-. NOTICE II MERESY GIVEN, Mat The Governor suggested build a maintenance and request by the Univer- per cent Interest. The money being spent for
Florid Horn Mortgage Company too Of APPLICATION This resulted In the Cabinet The bid the construction at all the state's
Flori- high strongly
storage building at the on !
Holder ot tile hollowing tertitketM luIIIM > POK TAX CUB jutting the survey under the sity of Florida to apply for a
.. said eertlficatee tor s tn ambo Sow .... IM 14, P.I. agreeing to check with the law enforcement themselves I da School for the Deaf and Blindin $600,000 federal under supported state bonds was only universities will be repaid from
1 Issued then en. TIle certificate num.w people grant
bore and yours of Issuance, the oacrlptlon >i Plaatom.II. HMIIY Mortgage ComtIaetNld.r ttio Legislative Council The and let them make St. Augustine for $125,487. the higher educational facilities 3.33 per cent. specially earmarked revenue
s sill. property end Ine names ol me following eortllkalM Das The syndicate bought the first from the state tax on the gross
w In Solids It wot osmsod are as folCertlileete .. IM said' ctrtlflcetM tar a tan ore too Legislature's Interim investi- their own recommendations to A request by the State program to supplement I

.. No. I? City of Gainesville Issued and years....-ot. Issuance The eortlllcato tile aoscription mmbin I .- gation committee before the legislature. Welfare Board to proceedwith $110,000 In state funds for a $35 million block In-July for_receipts of utility companles.__

Vtr of.1 Issuance 1160D.scrlptlss e> tr* ero...,.,. aM the name .mwnkh any action was taken on the In other action the Cabinet a study of the feasibilityof research library.
.. of Pwpertyi Lot 4 Ilk t _,
It "
was assessed are aa "
.. Wilts' U In Doig Addn Sec 4-lo-M. Cirtlllcoto N. Ml Year ot Issuance IMO survey. approved: an office building in Pana GETTING ENOUGH HEAT?
Nome In which mossed Nina Whir is.API Description, ol Property Let I Ik' 10, A wildcat oil well In ma City.
II ;::; of said property bilng In the Courtly Name Norwood M which Heights assessed PeVC-o.Cilia 4 Willie NOTICE Of PUBLIC HIAIIN4 Santa Rosa County by Marshall 625'tons
More than
not The resignation of Hor of trout Fuel Save Get More Hear!
of Alachuo into of Piorlda.Unlou Notice It Hereby given a "publichoorinf : Save Money -
: wen cortlllcitt: or cortlflcitoi WAll of .Id pron.wy b.lna 1ft PIN Cone will bo hold by tile r-lorMa Milk R. Young Drilling Co 1- E. Crow Jr. from the ire placed in Colorado lakes )
.. lull' .bo redeemed according to low the Comml..1on tar Suet and all M tile MIlt!
ty 01 AIIICIIu. State N '1Ot '
propony described In such cortiticsteor Unless sued certltkele or cortlHcotos M..tlng. Area lit Ploelds! now surds Spending $32,400 for System Council without and streams each year.
cortlllcotM will bo told to the highft' snail, bo ndeimee according to low the Ito supervision, and ....1............ In the servation Island in L a k e HEA TERSCLEANED
bidder at "'. court loud door onIhp procerty described .In sucfl certlllcolo' orcertltlcatee House Clumber. State C. Talleha'
I Florida enmmenclng et I M A M. Okeechobee In Glades Countyfor
tint Monday In Month of January will be sold to ttio hlonnt see
w.. WM.1_ WHICH to ttio th My of January::: : bidder hint Monday ot the In court Montti house ol January door on INS.the on the Monday Mtaolng December marten 14, Itsi reletlveto a water storage area for Gift Idea

II Dated tilg', Mtti diy of November, W4. which la the 4th day ol January ..... _1. CenHderetlon ol a mathotwld.ran..... the State Board of Conserva-
eguaNaatlen gal
Doted this JOlt day ot November. Itn
Cler' of Circuit Court of Clerk" el Circuit Court olAlechtia raining recommendations. from the In IN COURT OF TH| COUNTY JUDGE /
Alechva County Florida County PlerUa dowry C.mmNta.r, appatnted. for MM ALACHUA COUNTY
( ) '1 will Ii:I. e. it. nADVIP.TI11MINT 1 Conildoretlon. of moMlmum charges In ro tt* 101... otJAMIs
to producers lor handling, hauling and LON IUSIY.Deceaied. r
DIYIIION A diverting el milk .
rw POM IDi 1 Conslderetlen' el territorial (limits' of IN PP.OP.ATS A heater car boned up ONLYand
.. ...lice 'ta hereby given Met the Board mill merkotmg --. To All Whom it May C_..... .
ol County Commlsslonere el Alechue Consideretlon, el omelet order I Nolle. I. hereBy givon that JOIN dirty will not product
County Pioflaa hereby Callsor end requests ..,. 'Military Milk Order". to deter bossy Pled Mil fI.aIrt M Admlnlilrator -WALL holf of the heat it should
bids for services .. .be pur mine If any change or changes aloud of tho oitito of JAMEt LON
chased by sold board for end en .behalf be mode or hirttier censMeronon' ae tomanenl luiar dsceesedi tint no KM tiiod hh MANTEL Have your heater cleanednow 25
ol Alechua County. Plorldet npaauns tile .lire ardor.S. petition tar final dlKhorgo, and that hs
.. Sealed bids will .be received' el the C__...... and adoftian. 01 par' will apply" ta tile Honorablo H. N. McDonald. i ALARMSEE Save on fuel $5
office ol the Band el County Coon producer price orders tar ell County JudO. ot AUchua Conn.tv bills. end enjoy more
.. mlistonore' ol Alochua County. Florida ereoe under the urUdkflM et the FkwMe Florida on Iho December t till
.. a > Oaino0ylll.. 'Iorld" until I.. PM.. MIIK Commlsslena. for approval of umo and for final dlichargo OUR LARGE DISPLAY I heat when you need it.
w tyH I."T.. D.camb.n n, 1,51. tar ......... OotermlnetlM ol he time when any M Admlnhtrotor ot Ill oiloMol
tlon ol Ipeclel' Assessment Dlstrkt rM4-l. order change or changea In the orders Janus Ion Iui6y. _M_ an mil HOUSEWARES DEPT. CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE
... At the ebovo stated time, bids will' be entered by me Commission es e result 12 doy ol November IH4.
opened end tabulated by outhorliod repisenlatlves of such ....rI.. and Investigation. by tbCammt.dan JOE N. IUSIVAdmlnMtrltor HEATER CLEANED pi.g 1 % Mag Tag
ol me bard ol County Comiluteners ere to become effective* of Itia Oltolo of I
of Alechue County. '1I<1do. J. Consideration and dstermlnetlon, .. James Lon gushy dot'"_
Bids will ... eenildered tar award at ell, martins renting to Iho nrogolng and Wm Weep HamptonF I3f1IRD"h..
a meeting el the Soled to .be held to ... matters that, II tb CsnnrlNbn's. O, Pol 302Oslnavlllo. I laroo lock Good1 $
;;' : the County Commission' loom. County 1 Iudom t should .N coesldorad and FlorMoAttorney
Courthouse, G.In.ovllle. Florida oetin; ml..... for Hid alto USED HEATERS 20 And
: ring at the above time and dots ALL part11n let.nout d. and MWillIe.. I dart II 1. .. 14, U lIalmt'af CCIHptll ,
YyI Any bide received otter tile time and an IIIvll" N attend and passant ouch -i" !
w date specified shell not .be considered Mlwant suhdmco and tn.v a may SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NIW HIATIRS
I M loc bid must .be accompanied by e be ....''rOd. PARTIES WHO DCSIP.t TONOTICI More
certiliod cIIK or bid III M 01 NEAIO all REOUISTID To PILI Pecans 11[fREE IRKING ON TOWER LOT
amount not lose than live per cent (Sten OF ,INTINTIOH OF APPIAP.I I
cent ol the base bid aa gueranteethe I IN AOVANCI OF TM. rllAHING Next If your Contra! Heating Oil Furnaces $7.50
We bidder will net withdrew from WITH '. I li.VtP.STTI lpray.I'kr Spanlih Moil IIIO-.i)
the competition otter the _t.. of bus TRATOI. FLORIDA I
and H awarded1rWI contract, he will SION m IOUTH IRONOOOH Call FRanklin 6-2661 for frog CALL FR 2-9561
'GoodTimerCharlieSuffers within' ten (101 consecutive celender days TALLAHAJSIf FLORIDA I IOMINII-I tJtlmotd. THE STORE THAT'S MORE THAN JUST A
Her written notice .be given the owerd, FLORIDA' MILK
w enter Into d written contract with .... ly I. Robort. Langley FLORIDA PEST CONTROL HARDWARE STORE C. B. BOHANNON. JR.
oard ot County Commissioners M ac- VkoChalrmonM4) CHEMICAL
cordsnco with me accepted propose ( 11 o, S
,y Should the successful bidder fall totor -.- .
- -- -
: Into o contract, ",. bid sortjbe still
forfeited .. liquidated dom_ I
The bid bond. end portormincooil had,
.be obtelned from en agency if a
surety or .Insurance company Which aralilac.
on III.bIlIllOCl place .. bull....
UneasfBladderUnwlie 1ft Alachua C..ty. P01)0.. and N duly
: kensed to conduct business ..
All work shell .be completed In acCOrd -
". his _' with the ,1... and spec!tIc.
eating or drinking may
.lens which may be amlnod el I
toured of mild, but annoying bladderfrnitatlonomilking ottlce of It. J. Millar, County Ingl_,.
you feel resiles. Gelnoevllle. Plorldo
terse and uncomfortable And if A let el such documents may ... ..
resting nights, with nagging, backache. elnod from *, J. Miller County lope PROOF OF RESULTS
headache or mtuculat aches and pang neer, Gain.onll/e. Florida I
w due to over-exertion, itrain or emoUonil bidders' must .be ace........ to and ..
proved by the Florida Hate Rood Do"moot .
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Doan i Pills act ) waya for stay bidder mar withdrew" Ma bM fir
relief. 1 -They have a aoolhini' effect a period of slirty aoi dove alter Ill
on bladder irritations. 2-A fast painrebning date set tar the opening ol bide. I
Proposals shall bo submitted In duplicate
action on ugimg backache,
headaches, muscular. aches and punt3A en tho Proposal sumlihed
part ol tile epocHlcatlona art. copiesol
wonderfully mild diuretic aclion
wnkh ore ovoiiobio ot Iho efllce ottho
thru the kidney.. lendin.0 mere. County engineer. .
... the output of the IS mdrs. of kidney The bard ol County Cemmlssloeers .. 'rJ .
.. tubes So get tie same happy relief merge W right N rl.ct any and
millions bav. enjoyed for over 60 all bide and ta waive" IMormelrtleg, and
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Olive Primitive Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth ng. Rev. LeRoy Thompson, ri
Sunday, Dec. 13, at 8:30: p.m. on Singleton of 839 N. E. 20th I pastor; Robert Williams, re-I International Group Meet i I
News of Special InterestTo behalf of Choir No. 1. St., on Friday at 8 p.m. Mrs. porter,

The public, Is Invited. Roenena Webb, Reporter. University Women'i Club In- Boyd, chairman of the Foreign r
The admission price Is $1. MEETING SUCCESSFULThe First ,
Friends Committee of the
the Colored Mrs. Elnora Portls, sponsor and PLANS PROGRAMThe Parent Teacher Association ternational Relations Group will Methodist Church, Mrs Glenn '
Community reporter. Religious Choirs' Union; I .of Lincoln High School meet Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Farris, adviser to InternationalWives
will render its program, entitled held its meeting at the school the home of Mrs. J. V. D. Group, and Mrs. John
News Hems for this paw should be directed to Ben F. Child, Colored New PERSONALSMiss "Choirs In Parade" at the on Monday at I p.m. and was Saunders, 108 NW 22nd Street. Samuels, chairman of the Loan f
editor mall at 526 NW 8th St. at FR 6-5753. Do not send East New successful
by or by phone Mary H. 'Smith and Port Baptist Churchon : "The World At Our Fingertips Closet for \the Gainesville Council
item directly to the Sun office. Miss Eunice( Jones, both of Ft. Monday at 8 p.m. Rav. J' discussion of International Friendship.Co I
a opportunities for
"....... will b* teuod tn 1'..,S Jenkins '
'rrMvoTxntt wfwi mlUbK Fauderdale, were visiting here 'pastor; Deacon Tom JONESVJLLE.NEWS. for meaningful relation ,- chairmen are Mrs. Rob- : ,I
CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt. I president; Richard Parker, Rev. W.VM. Ferguson, pastor. yesterday.Mrs. Robinson( union president tj; I with International students will ert Scarborough, and Mrs. Fletcher
Pleasant Methodist organist. The Board of Education Mt. Carmel Baptist Youth Esther W., JacKson left t Mrs. Beatrice Neal, reporter Youth Fellowship Organizes be presented:! _by Mrs. Clifford N. Baldwin Jr. '. I t
The Women'i Society of Chris and Church School Staff Forum today, 7.30 p.m. and al- yesterday for Atlanta, Ga., because .The Youth Fellowship of the .
tian Service will meet today, will meet Friday In the second so the Choir will have Its re of business.Mr WALDO NEWSWill "leasant Plain M e tho d 1st
7:30 p.m. Mrs. Elzora Gill, president unit. V. L. Trapp, chairman; J. hearsal; Teachers' Meeting and Mrs. Robert J. Celebrate. Anniversary Church organized on last Wednesday distinction j
( The Methodist Men will I Franklin Jones Jr., Ch u r c hi Thursday, 7:30: p.m.; and the Williams, of Tampa, were Rising Star Chapter No. 46 at 8 p.m. at the church. for tIle young ,man of ..
choir will again have Its rehear guests In Gainesville yeiter- will celebrate Its anniversary '
meet today, 7:30: p.m. In the School superintended Receiptsfor 'The' following officers ware _
dining room. James Stewart, Sunday, Nov. 29, follows: sal Friday, 7:30: p.m. Rev. T. day. on Sunday, Dec. 13, at' 3 p.m. elected: President, Frederick I r ---' Yt .. ,
president. The Youth Choir will total classes, $142.30; public offering A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Esther at the school. Fisher; vice president, Willie .
Church School, Hamm, reporter. PROGRAM TO BE PRESENTED Mrs. McCinnis, W. ;1., of
rehearse today, 8 p.m.; Choir $22.92; Lee Dozier; secretary,
No. 2 will rehearse on Thursday -I$9,36, lick and shut-ins, $814; Azalea chapter, will ,be guest Edith: McClain; assist secre-
I I ,__?-30: p.m. EJurn' r, special til and total, _$20473, CARD OF THANKS The City wide Gospel Choir speaker on the occasion" tsry VelJJla Long;, treasurer, ; Gift-Boxed
,will present Its play, entitled The public! Is invited 'to at;
Gary McClain chaplain, L. n- i .
L. H. Speights, of 709 NW, "The Rich Woman and The tend. Mrs. Ernestine Bucklin.W ;
'\ I It 2nd St., who was a patient In Poor Woman" at the Bartlet M.; ,Mrs. A. ,L. Rivers W. ard Johnson; parliamentarian, Flannel
Jospeh Ross head counsel o r,
the Veterans Hospital at Lake ; I
Temple Methodist Church on P.; Mrs. Lucile Roberto n, .
t CITRUS City, wishes to thank relativesand Friday, Dec. 11, at 8 m. Nathanlal Ross; assistant counselor '
p. secretary.
: ;! FRESH FLORIDA friends for their kindness to Lewis Griffin, president of f Mrs: Bernice Fisher I ; Robes w
and reporters, Ralph Long and
him during his illness.He .
City wide Gospel Choir I ; \EWBERRY NEWS
I Is here and will return to Shirley Fisher. Shirley Fisher,
for CHRISTMAS James Watson, sponsor. Practices Begin
L. H. reporter. '"
4 i the hospital Dec., 24. Christmas practices have begun ', '
i g ,,, Enryont will tnoy| gilt II Speights. BUSINESS MEETING at the Mt. Zora Baptist ;(
r!! =.o} "FLORIDA SUNSHINE" The Star Light Social Club Church, and' the children are ,
lent directly, from Cross LACROSSE NEWS will hold its business Sdw&1an.
I meeting asked to cooperate by attend- 1
Cr.tk. 20 ye.re lucctisful Singers Te Appear
fruit shipping gu.rinte i The Crown Jubilee Singers'
quality. All oringn are d I QUALITY THAT LASTS
will render a musical programat -
licloui, endless navtli.Vlilt .
' I Ii the Bethel AM: E. Church ...- Only Sckwlnn. .1_Y.U M ....,'
BilkLlndwy I fin. futures tuck riding _
display at quality
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Dfpt. Start now. Sunday, Dec. 13, at J p.m. I .a,., !. until vilu*. CitiSdiwlnn .
I The public Is Invited. James Home Agent'sNotebook end rM* the hails
Pyle, manager; Mrs. Doris i
::I CROSS CREEK GROVES Reed, reporter; Rev. W. H. I
Walker, pastor.
P.O. Ron 101, Island Grovti, Flj. Phone 4S4-34IO .
J 0. H. (Hulk) William, OW"., PLANS PROGRAMThe

"famous CROSS CREEK brand Supreme Angels, lingers Bjr CLARICE E. ROBINSON F: -
t of Milwaukee, Vis, will appearin I Agriculture Extension Service \ t
a musical program at the Mt.I a

i Almost every homemaker is lure recommends that tenderized -
aware of the fact that Pink picnic shoulders be heatedto

Pork Is never placed on the table an Internal temperature of The perfect gift for the boy who Insists on extra comfort. and still wants to look
and every hog raiser knows 170 degrees; cured hams to 160 smart. Our heavyweight 100% cotton flannel robes are handsomely tailored In
that pigs should never be fed degrees; and fresh pork to 185 distinctive, bright plaids. Trimmed with piping on collar, cuffs and Jlockets.
Machine washable for lilY car,. ; -
uncooked swill nevertheless degrees.For '
ilchinols, a disease caused by home cooking an accurate "AMfftfCAJVruur Sizes 4.6,8,10,12 $4.00
eating pork; infected with a meat thermometer providesone IOUIPMD Sizes 14, IS, 18,20 $5.00 i yeare
parasite called trichinella: apir- of the most reliable meansof MIDDLIWIIOHT
alls continues to appear, in the testing the thoroughness .of 68.95
I United States. cooking. If roasting pork with
b eYtlelryans You may not like wellcookedmeat out a thermometer, a general s. kraiNfully styled, mi leo" OPEN NIGHTS UNTIL CHRISTMASUSE

it Is dangerous to eat rule would be to allow 30 to 351 Amtrlan hub,!lullrem mod.l cliran) Schwlnn* plated, .front..... CENTRAL CHARGE''L
"rare" pork. Pork should be minutes per pound of meat at ....nylon whltwall Ht.., chrome
cooked gray-white throughoutor an oven temperature of between plated front .."I.r, r.dlghf! ,
tank with buSt-le horn,Anirlcan
you may ingest. unseen, but 300-330 degrees F. mid t...,.r hr.ka. ]"tp..d ,
Improves naturewith
on living larvae of a tiny parasite Remember that through yours plionol ml Mtra ..". '
new round worm called trichinella cooking of all pork Is an almost -
4 piralla.! These larvae are microscopic perfect method of protection. STREIT'SBICYCLE
in size and encysted In Pork Is plentiful, nourishing and

13ah.ebedUIThe pork. .an excellent source of protein. teens
1 Once a person eats Infected Just make sure that the pork 1:ot5'? irU ,

,. pork, a cycle is begun wherein you eat has the bl ush re- SHOP '
The seamless I the digestive Juices dissolve the moved and has a gray-white 'I5 W. UNIV. FR 6-7761 l 10 E. University Ave. FR 1-4061
: locking! that I
calcified layer around the encysted color.
elm you the best of both ttorldt! trichinae. When the liberated -I

Makes legs look bare i*bare can be trichinae reach the small
Intestine, they multiply rapidly, G l.
-and yet il Improve on nature by spreading their larvae through y

,., enhancing kin tones with smooth, the lymphatics, the blood- .P
f l stream, and Into the muscles,
delicate color. BAREBIAUTY when muscular pain may de-
has Just a ihade of velop. :

reinforcement at the toe- Heating or commercial freeing ,
to the right temperatures CJvM.
completely bareback will destroy the worms and G

I k heel. Divine for their larvae. Most authorities
agree that home freezing will\ I
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not kill trichinae In pork. Home
Y smoking l w usually not Sufficiently ) ; Deck The Halls! arrnt.n/ 11'.V" : .
$165] $195 controlled time and ,,(,. "'a.

temperature to be? considered fl' A ,
safe. Lack of knowl
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edge of the requirements Is par .CHRISTMAS 11/I
L ticularly dangerous to home HOME PLAYING CARDS

Beautiful Free processors and consumers. The *. .%& DECORATIONS g e.a,, atss
Gift Wrappingrankllns most effective and foolproofway A Pleasure To Receive.
"mOWn I. for the Individual consumer

fi mOue e 5Jbop. : Central Charge er be sure that the pork heats
Loy-Away Is safe Is to heat the pork a 555 A Pleasure To Select.
products sufficiently so that all 4 h t .

0401 W. University Ave. FR 2.4606 Free Parking Rear of Store parts of the pork reach a temperature w
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1 Beginning Fri., Dec. 1 11 1 Christmas Shopping Hours: 9 m.-9 p.m. thru Dec. 23 degrees F Christmas shopping ot Chesnuts Is a a $;? ,' ."

The Department of Agricul- C pleasure. In unusual collection of
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1Jilll4 s 40tid top tJlei everyone on your list. You will find;

briefcases, choirs, desks, desk and office

e aP,." bah accessories and wall hangings. Choose Allalodof"1IIIIIIIII
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art supplies by famous Grumbacher and .1.
I COLLECTION IN 4efut tt 7e c e I I Q ,,,, others for the amateur or professional
PL.A -
Superbly cralud labia that look --and or. worth twin the rrletlG WINDOW DECORATIONS artist. .011 and water colors brushes, FORCHRlSTMASj t
nuln. walnut veneer en heavy solid plank tope band d and II00 Is CM
bordered with >otla t took flnlthl A vinyl lacqutr lurlac. lhati Indl*. pastels, Inks Just to name a few! For '' '
tlnqulihabl. costly oil hnlah.a.
Select any ol these gracefully; stylovl nodob at lisle remark- those who admire good art, choose from

ably low price. Pu...,_" hundreds of prints by famous old masters
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t 'Je,.; CARDS dictionaries, stationery, ond rote cards. OW
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cordially Invited to come In and browse.

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Is Sweet to the 'Everglades I r I., Florida= Pharmacy

I 421 N.W. 13th St. 37.2523Odi's
BELLE GLADE (APDa'by a seesawing business cycle. slight Increase from $60 milliona "Th. sugar cane may be the Belle Glade Herald. "At this Fluctuating sugar prices pose I
and night, black smoke billow I At times, workers went hungry year to $69 million. answer to a major problem here point it's hard to see where it another peril to the Infant In-
when winter harvested Three mills hereIn -the seasonal and downs of will end." Between November r
from the stacks of massive mills I crops were sugar were ups dustry. 1963 Pharmacy
and loaded tractor-trailers 1'98l, and packing houses closed 1960. Now 11 employ more winter agriculture," says Rup Harry,, T. Vaughn Sr., presI- and March, when the bulk of \
for the season. < than 10,000, plus about 2,000 CU- ert Mock, president of a Paho- dent of the U. S. Sugar Corp., the sugar cane was harvested, .
on the country roads symbolic Since 1960, when the United ban exiles who are experts bothin kee bank he started while in I and a veteran of 41 years In the price per pound tumbled from J 115 Central Plata 376.2444
of the sugar Industry's liveli States baited import of Cubans the fields and in the mills. high school "The banks are Industry, said: "We here in 9.3 cents to 7.3, dipping to <.I In i Next to Winn Dixie
hood on muckland soil that : sugar, the Florida sugar bowl Life also is changing The ru- feeling the result of the sugar Florida are overproducing." May. I
three feet under water around'around the lake increased four. ral serenity of the lakeside has boom, and the banks reflect the The annual quota set by Congress Sugar, however, is known fur I i YOUR
the turn of the century.It's fold-from 50,000 acres to 200- blended with the beehive atmosphere business life cf the community. for Florida and LouisianaIs its Instability around the world
sugar time around the 000.) The canes' contribution to of business. Hospitals But accompanying the spiral- 911,410 tons. But a U. S. De- A global sugar shortage followed
southern rim of Lake Okeechobee -Palm Beach County's economy, nave been erected in nearby Pa- Ing business curve Is a sense of partment of Agriculture estimate Fidel Castro's takeover In Cu'
and the Industry represents $20 million in 1960, now standsat hokee and in Belle Glade, which I puts the production capability -ba. Prices rose sharply and the f
Florida's greatest agriculturalboom $60 millionIn I recently got a Travelers Motor worry among cane growers and of the two states at 1.2 U. S. Department of Agriculture'I
since the development of the same period, the cattle Lodge and will soon have a null owners. What of the future million tons.Vauehn decided to remove acreage controls -
frozen orange juice. It is sproutIng larger Holiday Inn. They ask. Few make any solid and others In the area thus giving a shot in the
wealth and Jobs and boosting business dropped from $12 million Renting a house Is still difficult predictions."It ,say growers need a quota of 1.4 I arm to cane growers from Canal
land values. a to $8 million. The of million all the :
year despite a flurry building looks like the biggest boom tons to market Point to Moorehaven.Now DRUGSTORE
In the last decade, that part vegetable industry, after being A lakeshore acre which cost sugar from the fall crop. Efforts .......
of the Everglades famed : ,000, this area ever had, commented increas overproduction threatens:! i.J i.-
was displaced by sugar, moved farther $250 In 19SS now sells for $2 of the Industry to the
for its vegetables and cattle into what farmers here call Unimproved hinterland costs Luther Jones, farmer, real es- quota yielded no result In the the industry and federal allotments f tOUl tNANCI to WIN
Communal activity was marked uwgrass! land and showed a I B2J an. acre. ate! broker and publisher of..the=88th Congress. restrict milling I .v.u.ssl'RE1' PICIZE


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He told City Commissioners I Ha added that Eastern Airlines -could change Ills vote to favor felled again 3 2 with Turlington
he conferred with FAA officials I officials here have r assigning the>job to the plan and Richardson favoring '
her Friday for more than,ported no inconveniences from board.i. the move.
GainesvilleCITY five hours, expressing hope I the restrictions placed on com
that the runway restrictions mercial landings on four of sb The action died In a 2 2 LOCK:
tie as Turlington, abstained and I In the Middle Ages an armored I
can be phased out as quicklyas runways at the local airport b)
possible. the FAA on Nov. 24. Commissioners Sutherland and Knight on Horseback raised
Winn objected. his right arm for the practical
a COMMISSION Green said he reviewed the Housing Code I purpose of lifting the heavy vi-
I runway problems, hazardous McKinney then asked for a sor of his helmet\ This movement -
Cl approaches, the need for more Is UnchangedCity reconsideration of, proposed licensing also served to show trust by -
II lights on the runways and the of rental units, although -and friendship since It revealed
Tax Collection this month qualify for a three outdated master plan for the Commissioners played when the Vote was Oaken -his face to stranger and kept FLORIDA LICENSED
ti I per cent discount and the discount Gainesville with F A ArepresentaJves parliamentary procedureawhile
Airport I be repeated his earlier his sword hand away from the
7: Tally Given rate diminishes until the from Miami. Tuesday night with the vote_ against_the move and It weapon.EVERYDAY I CLOCKMAKER
Id April 1 deadline. proposed housing code, makingno
m More than 68 per cent ol Idll I O'Neill said 68.1 per cent of The biggest problem is the changes In the text to be :
!$ Gainesville' taxes were paid the roll was collected during northeast southwest runway finally considered Monday; PRICES .
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r I _____ i Gators FSU to Clash


Wedneldoy, December 9 'CANES WIN 79-74
UF Seeks II

Third WinBy GHS Nips JacksonBy '

Sun Sports EditorTALLAHASSEEFlorid
a NIS NTSSEN were piling up personals a I the other on Coach Clyde Folsom ,

carries a perfect basketball] Assistant Sports Editor I what must have been a record ,
Jacksonville Jackson talked rate.
record Into the madhouse thaI Welsch a 6 foot senior forward

Call It A 1 Is Florida State's Tully Gymnasium too much, and Gainesville took Foul Out pumped In 20 points before -

tonight for the first 1 advantage basketball of It Tuesday at nightin the GUS high scoring duo o f leaving the action with
meeting of the season betweenthe a game Boyd Welsch and Bill Boas 2:32 left In the third period.
two rivals. Tipoff time Is gym. were victims of 10 personalsand Boas accounted for nine markers
Seven technical fouls
7:45: p.m. were both left the game In the before fouling out with
The Gators are 10 with vie- called on the visiting Tigers In third quarter.Not 3:40 remaining in the third i
'Snub Bowl'"Dear a that
game was plagued by quarter
i tortes over Virginia Military Infractions from start to finish. only did Jackson have

68-59 and Stetson. 90-H. FSU When it was all over, Gainesville seven technicals, but two e f U el 13 Free Throws

: ) hu a M log, downing Valdosta was on top In both points them were of the "f 1 a g rant" Guard John Willis was the

I think the Gators are wonderful I was very disappointedthat State 8157'MI, 'lI. 72; and fouls The Hurricanes took variety that presented G 11 S man cashing In on free throws

they were not Invited to a bowl game. Couldn't some f and losing to Auburn 9271; the game, 79 74, and the foul with two free throws Instead of for the Hurricanes, connectingon
and Alabama 75-73, in ov er- derby 28 27. the usual one. 11 of 13 to his
.. one Invite a team to play at Florida Field against Florida' run point
, Gators (a 7-3 record team or better) about Christmas!" time. While Jackson was busy with Six of the technIcal were total to 19. Wayne Rick, hit.

From 19Y. veer .try Hditl II.""/ 'Florida also carries a string its technicals, the Hurricanes ,called on Jackson players and ting consistently from the corner

Chip ((9)) Ramsey and BATTLE IS ON FOR REBOUND of four straight successesagainst followed with It points and
the Seminoles Into tonight'
Galneavllle'a Boyd Wehch In Command center Tommy Parker had H.
Kathleen (12) Ramsey
battle. Last year the The .
game was nip and
MIcanopy Galore nipped FSU S2-SO when Santa Fe
Dear Chip and KathleenI Stops tuck all the way with no team
hit handcr
Tom Baxley a one
think your letter Is wonderful and your support of the Ga. Trenton with a second to play. Floridawon owning: more than a five-point

tors will certainly be appreciated by Coach Ray Graves and IeepsRolling 78-55 In Gainesville AndIn margin at any time.

all the players. 196243 It was 10-51 at Tallahassee Blue Wave 5442By The Hurricanes Jumped oft
Now it Is itrange that you should ask about a bowl game and W-88 In Gainesville to as. 1 lead on a layup

right here at Florida Field. 6554CROSS Height Edge by Boas, Jumper by Rick and

You see, some older people who like the Caters, too, feel The Caters will take a height JIMMY RUSSELL (Inatlon of both boards which Welsch free throw after the

just ss yon do. advantage Into tonight's game Sun Basketball Assistant seldom allowed PKY a second tipoff.

One of them called on the phone Tuesday to suggest this. CITY Towering 27 halftime lead before the visit But the height lies with sophomores ALACHUA RICH SPRINGS hot and gave the Rebel of Jackson quickly pulled even
Why can't the Caters play Southern California, a 7-3 team Trenton to be the Jeff < 10H tense and the two teams battled to
picked Ing Tigers pulled away In the Ramsey, Hustle and sound defense a second chance when .
" just as Florida Is, In a bowl game at Florida Field? cream of the Area basketball last two quarters. and Gary Keller 1-9. Exposing made the difference as Santa needed. a the It first 1 11 tie at the end of

A crop rolled to its third straight Trenton outscored Cross City a pair of sophomore to the uproar Fe rolled to a S4-42 triumphover Rebel cage coach Garnle l I quarter.

Big Victory victory here Tuesday night 1 five points In the third quarter that Is a OF FSU basketball P. K. Yonge Tuesday Hatch was pleased with the Halftime Lead

You see, Southern Cat defeated Notre Dame and kept the stopping Cross City, 65-54. and by nine in the last period. encounter Is something to night night's activity The Tigers, driving snd

Irish from being national champions and, in turn, allowed Cross City jumped off to a SO- Talented t-S center Hoi ton view with mixed emotions, t o The Rebels scored the first I "This hi a good bunch of drawing fouls, raced to 12734

Browning pumped in 21 pointsfor say the least. point and the closest PKY young boys they really advantage at halftime

\ Cross City to pace all scorers. The Caton also wail use I came was a 7-7 deadlock In the love that defense," Hatch said. The score changed b a a d s I
Tornadoes He had support from Danny Dick Tomllnsoo, 1 5; and I f Int quarter. PKY coach W. J. HaIti Ins numerous times In the wild 1 I

Wilson with 11 markers and Brooks HendersonJ; and The 24-12 halftime expressed agreement with I and wooly third quarter with
:Murray Smith and David dlf Tom Baxley, M. score latch noting, "They are already I Gus winding up with a W-M
I and the Rebels maintained
Open With ton chipped In with 10 apiece Coach Bud Kennedy will go this a real polished ball :lead.
Bobby! Dodd led the Bear with Gary Schull 6-7; Ron 4 margin throughout thegame. club." The Hurricanes took 18-57

scorers with 14 points. It was Malmen, (..; Bill Peacock, M; I The Baby Rebels made the I lead midway In the final quar.
6043 Win the first defeat In three outing Bobby Lovell, 6-1H; and Pete PKY surged to within nine night's proceedings a twin kill. I ter and had command the rest

for Cross City. Gonzales 61. I Mints! In the third quarter ng as they also won by a Z9I I of the way

STARKE The Bradford Cross City's Randy Corbl n Jerry Shirley, rugged M center I hot could come no closer a* 27 score. Bo Westmoreland was It was the second straight

Alabama of the Southeastern Conference to win the honor, Co. Tornadoes made their debut and Lewis Overstreet each pier and ace reboundcr Is Ill !harp Rebel shooting widened high for the Rebel Bees with .victory for GUS against n 0

an honor that li highly-coveted. under new coach Bob Paine ed up four fouls In first period and will not be ready to play I he gap again. 17 and Craig Hammond topped :losses, and the loss left Jackson

However, Southern Cal finished Its season Nov. 21. Its play Tuesday night and racked upa and later left the game with until after the holidays. Freddie Clark and George PKY with nine points with a 0 1 mark.

era probably have little Interest In another football game this 6M3( victory over Invad I In g five Infractions/ Trenton starts Eye Revenge red paced Santa Fe with 12poln's ,. K..VONOS DmlM. M-lli WWi ....
OHI 5 1111
IC H li jwimtM 4191 HIKIM "HIIIHMtrlct Welle'' 1101J
year. Live Oak. Jimmy Slaughter also fouled i The game affords the first' I each while Dan Dcnnl- I Mi "MMHi T.rt Iti .0nr0. .0.4. eon" 14111 Will'. 4
The Gators are looking ahead to trimester examinations The game was a close one out. chance for a UF varsity team wn's 12 was high for the los s I""MlMt |.HI Mitt .1.1, Tlllll II "M.,,Hi...HHur., T.IHIi' )..14.11.lll."1
starting next week. Sometimes, though, they'd rather play for' three periods. Starke jumped Cross CITY" OmntrMl, I-1-,i 10 get revenge for Florida 5A5T5 5e 15551u0d' 4405 JACKSON 0,... .4I4>, SrhMk
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tar H. ., _.. ers.Sharp I. : 4r 541 !1111 l5new 44.111 4-1 1 li |vk
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another football game than take the tests. But not too much. to a 13-point lead In the -Hi Doao ..-111. wilds State's football victory over shooting was the Rebel j.', >'R r.re a5-pt' T "_ .. I 041 DirMV., 4.I III WNI.!! I Hi Jnlllu,,
They're smart students just as they art smart football play* first period but the Suwannee '"pos..ll .K..M..,.t.Mil t.la. .'.-nwdw.... Mfr .wo"1 the Seminoles on Nov. 21. I I trademark as they hit. a sot 1 5-h Its 101,54* ky ....wttr......iK I i-.1', -. rr w541.u. 154,111. 01 'Ii N.
High Bulldogs trimmed that to T5e5T05mew. J-4-I4I WII FSU also has1 Bill Phillips I d 11.2 per cent. Center Sonny :. VMM IMM-.M 0010 Mil 54 11- f1 1
ers.It four !.III pr....1.... .1-111 WrtWk .lChiefland 6-1 Ken I 4 I Tnmoklns l led Rebel ,.w *. 5 II II II II- M .'.!.- 'I. IN, ..
would be necessary for the National Collegiate Athletic at halftime Going In the alwpn01r. ...... CIwon. $ I. '"tI.. ; Leakey. ; 0041M5,0' lium tntf Tom Inn _:'lI.r. .
Association to give permission for such a game to be played. last period the Tornadoes led 11= Charles Fairchild, HI Sonny
11th unless 4032. Then they T 5r 5455005451p Oetmer; 6-4 Bill Glenn, an Of
No college team can play an game the NCAA pulled away. 11 u -"I
gives permission. This Is called a sanction.It Joey Reese led the Tornadoes Cra. Clip II 15 II 10.N I whom may play.

Is doubtful if the permission would be granted even if with IS points and Don Falcon Other talented FSU players

Southern Cal and Florida expressed a desire to play had 14. Dean Croft topped the namely (-1 Moe Bloodwo r t h ,

the game. The game would have to be played between now losers with 14 points. 6-1 Dick Dartford. M Ken ftiya .

and Jan. 2, 1965. There are many bowl games already to be The B team game was won Sharks and (-7 Jim Wallace the L

played In this period. Also, such a game would more or less by Live Oak. Nips alter a reserve last year, reportedly

be In competition with the Gator Bowl game In Jacksonville. f-t-Wl ITAKKI pod,.M4l fOttfi.IIMWtill.-..,, HMOIlH.' are being redshlrted

Florida has played In the Gator Bowl game four times andI l, .. I.Ml All,.. ,.,.a. ,.,.... MfM II,. CHIEFLAND The Chief Other FSU cagers Include

don't think the Galore would want to hurt a neighboring at- tMIIVI OAK I Town***, |*li Muni0Hl 'and Indiana outlasted Cedar Brian Murphy (-10; and John
AMIlm, .-..., Or_, M4 On* Key's Sharks in a double ( !.
traction. Especially since Florida State Is going to play In <*,,,. Ull Cor_ loll C,.,., 114. -+'* Rogers, -
the game this year. ........ l-J-1. T...... Ilion overtime Tuesday night to re,. Miami li Next f
I think your Idea Is a good one but It Is Bard to bring about ""Icorl'. ky 4llirttfl! n 1 II Sad I Islet a 51 U basketball tri Tonight's game I Is the last,

a bowl game without a lot of planning Los. Ort 411 || ||- umph. for Florida until after t rimes-
OOMIll WlllKt/ H<4 AtwMI "j
So keep on rooting for the Gators and 11 you youngsters The Indians bald a solid IS- led examinations. Next game

root hard enough, maybe next year your favorite team will 17 halftime lead but the visitIng is with Miami on Saturday.

go to a bowl game because It has a record that can not be Colts Clip Sharks came back strong Dec 11, In the Magic City I
overlooked. to forge a tie at the end of! ';ext home game Is with touted

Yours truly, PanthersSPARR regulation time. Both teams North Carolina U41 viet 0 I
Joe Halberstein got two points In the first overtime Monday night over Kentucky

North Marlon's but Chlefland scored five This win be on Monday, Dee

Caught on the Run Colts, tabbed as one of the to a lone basket for Cedar 21.The i ir
area's top teams this season, Key in the second period. freshmen teams of the
Gator fullback Larry Dupree sat down to a dinner last Sat- took a half to get started and Dennis Zeleznik pitched in two schools will\ meet In a pre-

urday night after Florida's win over LSU and talked "tur then blazed to a 79-21 victoryover It to lead the Indians while luminary game at 1:30.: Flnrl

key" with a representative of the Denver Broncos of the Newberry Tuesday night. McCleMan and Germany had a a'a yearlings are 20 and

American Football League. Dupree was the Broncos'! 17th ft was the opening basketball dozen each. Scoring honors f'SU sports a IJ record lonlnr ,

pick. game for the Colts. went to Jerry Beckham! of the to Chipola. Auburn and Alabama -
The AFL stoat took the contract Ml ef his pocket and had North Marlon M only 2f-ll Sharks with 21 while Myles and winning from Mana

a check ready ta hand ever to the LF star Bat Dopree asked at halftime but poured In 53 Smith added 17. t y
for more time le duress toe offer with Us family. points the Cedar tee.The ,
last half. Bill Davis Key won the girl FSU yearlings have only
Some Florida fans who listened to the Caton' win via the led the attack with 1) points game by a 41 31 margin as one Florldlan on the racier, 1-1 i

LSU announcer were upset because of the many references while Sells Edwards, Too tie Cindy Rogers got 13 points. Lane Green from Tallahassee, '

made to so-called injured UF players, who, In the game play Prultt and Robert Stone all bad Kay Cannon had 20 for ChIef0Mfll Others are U Jack Sparks,
ed roles In the Florida .
key victory.For 14 each. land. )
Inomfleld, Ind j m RI I'I k
tile record quarterback Steve Spurrier played 14 tnlates. Leading scorer for Ala. _1
Newberry Birmingham ,
Ape ,. IClliJdmI.
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cad Charles Casey, 11; tackle Dcnals Murphy, II; was Larry Dalton with eight. ,C"-' **''I' "'_. ".4< Isn.*K.. 6.4 Russ For key, Spencer
linebacker Jim Bernhardt, II halfback :'' -., .*il yams M-I. _
Alan "
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dida'tplay North Marta also took the Close one Cogs, lie. a.. M....; m Don fliksmlrr,
; and defeaslv back Jerry Newcomer dlda't play B team -.. i-kti irnim ."11, 0.49.5" e.
prelim 4717.NOKTH Fort Wayne, list, HH John sf.
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1 Giants Champs Keep Yule Party %. Notre Dame Looks Lincoln

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Carr UF GriddersThe To Be Cage PowerBy \

:: Sign Hayes, At Scbring Gainesville Quarterback RJE Quint

and SEBRINO (AP-Julliu Bores .. Jwlil have its annual Christmas TED MEIER come for the Irish. They will Henry Danzy pumped In ZJ
.. By DICK COUCH the 100-yard dash, 1, 100
*f* shot 70 party for University of Florida Associated Press Sporta Write play five straight road games Starke RJE to
Asioclated Frets Sports Writer meter event, 100. He won the casually a two-under-par points to pace a
N.- gridderi tonight at the Holiday Just as they did on the grk aI-. starting Saturday at Evansvllle 52 50 basketball
and had \
r !fc":: The Dallas Cowboys and New 100 metera*at Tokyo and anchored Mickey Wright an ex- linn. Dinner nlp-and-tuck
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!If : 2:. York Giants, destined to finish the winning U.S. 400- citing 73 Tuesday in successful iron this year under new coach I Four teams In this week's Top victory over Lincoln T u e sday
I 5' / t {starting at 1.30: p.m. Ara Parseghian, the Fightln Ten won Tuesday night and kept
I far up the track in this year's meter relay team. defenses of the challenge cups 01 g: night.

,:..:National Football League race, Carr, 6-3 and 195 pounds they won last year. Ralph (Shug) Jordan, bead Irish of Notre Dame are on the,I their records clean. Third Lincoln held a slight advantage !
,; should have. speed to burn In played one season at Arizona Mason Rudolph made a late football coach at Auburn, will comeback trail In college basketball ranked Vanderbilt beat Western in the first half but watched

....._..1965. State, missed the next year because run at Boros but came up shy |be the speaker. under new coach Johnny Kentucky 94-79; San Francisco, it dwindle away In the final
No. 9 whipped San Francisco
?- Sprinters Bob Hayes and Henry of Injuries and passed up with a 72 despite an eagle threeon \ Surprise awards will mark Dee.Dee's boys made It thre State ,93-K: ; Minnesota, No. (, two periods.

Carr, double gold medal the 1964 campaign for the Olympics No. 17. i the affair, plus a visit from straight victories against no downed Marquette 78-59, and St Clarence Mills and Nor m a n

winners at the Tokyo Olympic where he captured the 200. Miss Wright's victim was Ruth I Santa Claus Gator coach Ray defeats by downing Michigan John's of New York, No. 10, Anderson provided a strong one.
Games, signed contracts Tuesday meter sprint and anchored the Jessen who led briefly after two fsz w .? |Graves will give a short talk State 100.93 Tuesday night The edged Holy Cross 77-74. two punch for.the Terriers with

with the Cowboys and American foursome that won of the 18 holes but never found RALPH JORDAN as will Nebbie Anderson, club Spartans, down by 11 points at The Commodores, Dons and: 16 and 15 points, respectively,

Giants, respectively. the 1,600-meter relay. her touch the entire afternoon, speaks at fete captain.State's halftime, rallied to lead at 65-61, Gophers won on their home Anderson also led the re-

The NFL clubs, running sixth NFL clubs added six other ending up with an 81. but the Irish were equal to the courts while the St. John's Red- bounders with 15, and Mills was
and seventh In the Eastern Division collegians to their list of signee The matches were a prelude occasion. men survived their first road right behind wih 14.

with one game remaining, Tuesday. to tomorrow's start of the $40,', Sophs Get They tied the score at 72-72 test. Holy Cross put on a spectacular Henry Wade supported Danzy's .
1. ;i outbid American League rivals Western Kentucky linebacker 000 Scotch- Mixed Foursome then went ahead for good on two rally on John Wendelk- scoring act for Starke with

for the speedsters, who hope to Dale Lindsey, Grambllng defen-Tournament, a 72-hole event for free throws by Walt Sahm. Don en's shooting in the second hall 12 points, and Harrison Chand-
make the grade as flanker sive back Mike Howell and
pros and amateurs. Reed led the Irish with 30 pointson after trailing by 20 points at 69- lea chipped In with 10.

backs or defensive secondary Louisiana Tech punter D a v e Boros defeated Sam Snead Test Against TechBy 12 field goals and six free 49. LINCOLN 15559555. .7.11, ...".
men. Lee signed with' Cleveland ; 1Gould..
fy Hayes, who played his footballat Penn State fullback Tom Urban- last year in the challenge cup throws. Ices Victory ner MAIL"' 1.441...",O.II..y.1.....,.., J-Wi Toombi. ,1.0I 1r
match after Snead had defeated 1 I. To .: 1H4JORJI
Florida A&M was a future Ik agreed to terms with Wash. All At Home Three free throws by Jerry Chandler, *1.Ifll, oaken H
; choice of both Dallas and Denver ngton; San Jose end Dave ,Tommy Bolt In the first one two JOE ZELLNER Vanderbilt, ranked third in the I All three of Notre Dame's victories Houston In the last 38 seconds II Wtdt. ::1+111 DMIiy. 110-22. Totlll21IOsa

i of the AFL In the 1963 draft.I Johnson signed with Baltimoreand years. ago. Miss Wright beat Associated Press Sports Writer nation, won Its third game in a have come at home. After provided the winning margin kort by qutrttni

) Carr, of Arizona State University Grambling guard Woodrow Kathy Whitworth last year In Sophomore Mississippi row, ripping Western Kentucky another home game Thursday]after the Crusaders had pulled Llftctl" 1111 111115la-al t I1ISUJI

was a future pick of the People, with Minnesota. the Inaugural Challenge Match tate gets Its first opportunity 94-79. against Detroit the acid test wIll to within 7472. Houston then

Giants and Kansas City,of the 1 Howell and Urbanik were also for Women. tonight to test many new faceson made the first of his three foul Golf
j AFL in last month's pro draw. picked by AFL teams Former national open chant a foe that can be used some. shots[ and ked the victory with Groups

I Hayes, 21, played flanker, The AFL came up with three plan Boros had a remarkable what as a yardstick for competi-I Jax Rockets at Home his last two after Tom Greely's

running back and safety for the plums, Buffalo signing Notre birdle-birdie-blrdie start, two Ion in Southeastern Conference basket put Holy Cross within Continue Play

, Rattlers while handling the Dame center Norm Nicola, Virginia great chip shots for tap-ins on basketball circles this year. one point at 75-71 Wendelken

I, punting and place-kicking du ; State halfback Lynwood the first holes, then a 40-foo State and Its opponent, Georla .I Tonight With Johnstownwith finished high for the game with Both the nine and 18 hole

, J ties The Woot-10, 186-pound Hart and Boston U. tackle John putt on the ftlrd. He shot par Tech, are the only two teams 27 points, 19 in the second half. groups continue tournament t

I ';\1'. ,flash holds world's records In Henry. the rest of the way for the outgoing that have been able to crack JACKSONVILLE The tough Johnstown before coming :' Ollle Johnson led San Francisco play Thursday at the Gamesllle -

33. Rudolph had problems Kentucky's domination of the luck Jacksonville Rocket will to the Rockets and he'll be look with 21 points, Clyde Lee's 28 Golf and Country Club.

Si) with approaches and putts, conference since 1955. take the Ice again tonight at some of his old teammates. points sparked Vanderbilt while The nine holers keep play

Wilt Out shooting the first nine In 38, And with the Bulldogs going Jacksonville Coliseum when Johnstown is led by right winger Mel Northway and Archie Clark going in the First National Bank
Baylor ; five strokes behind the champ. through a rebuilding effort, Dick Roberge who scored 108) each threw in 16 for the Minnesota tourney, while the 18-holers con-
' Boros picked two they're not at all likely to do itagain they take on the northern dl points last year' in the Eastern as the Gophers won their tine in the Melton tourney.
up more vision "Johnstown Jets." Face- fourth eeoff time is 9:30 a.m.
this Coach Babe! Hockey League. Right behind
birdies [ year.
and one bogie In the
Ii 'Frisco LA Lose next seven holes to Increase his McCarthy's green chargers are off time Is 8 p.m. Roberge in the scoring race
= undefeated In two but was teammate Neil Forth who Do YOU Want to
spread over Rudolph! to six with games, After two winning games at Improve
:' :;:;.:. the victories have been 107
only two holes to play. by one the coliseum against Greensboro picked up points.

" =: y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS York, meanwhile, player-coach But on the 480-yard() 17th hole, point margins over two small and New Haven the Rockets The Rockets scoring Is split Your BOWLING
0'' college foes Northeast Louisiana ?
= Take Wilt Chamberlain away Dave DeBusschere led a Detroit one with water In front of the and Southwestern Loulsl- tasted defeat at the handsof among several of the players.

from the San Francisco WarZZZTrlors Pia tons' comeback that nippedthe green, Boros Jumped to a bogie ana. Greensboro Sunday by a Center Paul Josephson and
; separate Elgin Baylor six while Rudolph knocked In a score of 5-3. Except for 62 sec- winger Billy Staub are tied for PRACTICE SESSION
from the Los Angeles Lakers Knickerbockers 102-100 after 40-yard approach shot from the Tech, now an Independent, also onds In the second period the the scoring lead with 23 points SUNDAY 2 P.M. TO 5 P.M.

-E-"and watch the sunshine desert the Philadelphia ,76ers swept water's edge. With the eagle has been having its troublesthis Rockets kept up with the apiece. Josephson has pickedup

ZT California's National Basketball from behind and topped the Baltimore three, Rudolph cut the margInto year especially against the league leading "generals" but 13 goals while being credited
SEC. The
."TAssoclatlon standard-bearers. Bullets 102-97 for their three, then a finishing two both the losses Jackets were are to 2-2 South., but two goals by high scoring Gary with 10 assists and Staub I 3 $1.00 I
With Chamberlain sidelined with a birdie four Sharp midway through the second -bas
eighth victory In 12 games. on the 18th eastern Conference teams -Auburn scored 12 goals and assisted Games
=.whlle a broken nose mends and1Baylor' to another Boros' bogie. and Tennessee. period enabled Greensboro on 11 others. Both Staub
resting a muscle pull The Warriors, who also to pull out in front.
Boros was 33-37 for Ms 70 However, the Yellow Jackets and Josephson are graduatesof
.f ._Tuesday night, the short-handed missed Injured forward Wayne while Rudolph was 38-34-72. pushed tall Tennessee, picked to Jacksonville will face Johns- the University of Denver. Palm Lone's Manager Joe Quattro Is your personal
_'west Coast clubs were no match Hightower, fell behind 37-18 at instructor. Be sure to bring the kids. We nave a
give top-choice Vanderbilt and town for the first time this Keeping up with the two top
..-...for the visiting St. Louis Hawks the start of the second quarterand free nursery. Also meet Harry in our Restaurant.
) Kentucky a battle for the conference year. "Rocket captain Ernie scorers is player coach Jerry
Viand Boston Celtics The Hawks, never threatened. Beaty, Frank Jones championship. i Dyda will be one man who is Walker who has 22 points. 2606WALDO

:::paced by Zelmo Beaty and Bob with 24 points, and Pettit, with In the only action involving a I expected to be "up" for the Walker Is also a University of RD. PALM LANES :S::

:= ettlt, whipped the Warriors 22, swept the backboards and High on 550Frank conference._team Tuesday_night, ame. Dyda<< _formerly_played Denver graduate.
and Celtics trimmed the Hawks
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Gainesville Sun Wednesday, December 9, 196. .


Hall of Famer Suggests Gels AwardLAS (

I' Colts Packers Top NFL Star Team
End to Grid De-Emphaasis Ken Vtnturl who made one of .
golf greatest comebacks witha ByJACKIIYNDAssociated Bob Lilly Dallas giant who Is and Maxie Baughan who had awe Iowa whose U Interception
victory In the U.s. Open, was Press Sports Writer the best ( year for the Philadelphia lead the league. Pat Fischer. at
lavish affair regarded by as
By BOB GREEN down the bars and encourage highlight of the named Player of the Year Tuesday many
NEW YORK (AP) Baltimore Eagles, were the line Wool the smallest man to play

Associated Press Sports Writer over-recruiting. Recruiting Is attended by some 1,500 persons, night by the Professional lineman In the NFL made the
NEW YORK (AP) DonaldB. perfectly legitimate If carriedout including leaders of business, Golfers Association. ; and Green Bay each club at defensive tackle backers. regularly, won the other corner
placed five men on the annual I The only rookie to make the back Job on his great season asa
Lourie a one-time Princeton under the rules of the NCAA finance industry, militaryand and the
And Lloyd Mangrum
which 10 All-National Football League Joe Fortunato, the consistent first team was Paul Krause, pass Interceptor and defender
All-Amerlca and chairman of and the conferences to which government and at Edward elected
late Dudley were
team selected today for The Chicago Bears left linebacker,Washington's. fine safety from for the Cardinals.
the board of Quaker Oats,called these Institutions belong and new members were Inducted to the PGA'i Hall at Fame In
Associated Press.
for an end to de-emphasis of operate their athletic' pro- Into the Hall of Fame. ceremonies at the association's .
college football Tuesday night grams." Inducted into the Hall, annual banquet staged this year The. selections were made bya S
42 committee of three
after receiving the Football Lourie's address was the projected as a modern structure at the Sahara Hotel. man
from each the
of 14 league
Foundation and Hall of Fame's at Rutgers University, New VenturI, SJ, edged PGA tournament cities.
Gold Medal award. Brunswick N.J., were coach champion Bobby Nichols -
"Too often we hear from the Gallops Gain Earl (Red) Bla>k and nine by 35 votes for the honor. the Quarterback Colts and Johnny fullback Unitas Jim of .' 'j ", '
critics of the game that there Is former players (three deceased Plagued with ill health and an
Brown of Cleveland
too much emphasis of football," Golf Laurels ), bringing the Hall's admitted lack of confidence, unanimous choices for were the offensive near
Lourie said in his acceptance membership up to 51 coaches Venturi went steadily downhill team.
speech at the S50-a-plate() affairat KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -Mr. and 172 players. after a promising beginning to the
Johnny Morris Chicago idea
Merry gift
New York's Waldorf Astoria and Mrs. Marshall Gallop won Others his career. Bears' record-breaking
Hotel. the husband wife turkey trot Former players still living The turning point was this catcher, was an overwhelming pass!
"These people, somewhat like tourney at the Keystone Country -'who were Inducted were Charles year's U.S. Open in Washington, choice for flanker back. Lenny; for everyone on your Christmas list:
the critics of so-called big business Club recently. Oliver Carroll, Washington half DC Moore, Baltimore's big touch
usually base their criti- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dwyer:back, 1926-21; Robert J. Herwig,I "It was the spark I needed" down punch, scored decisivelyas Mom. Dad. Sister
cism on the fact that the gameis took low net laurels, Fremont California center, 1935-37; Allison Venturi said. Before the season the running back. Sue.
big rather than on the fact (Pooley) Hubert, Alabama ended he had added the Amerl-
Tolles, men's low gross; Mrs. Frank Clarke of Dallas took
that it is getting more popular. Huntley Redfearn, women's low fullback, 1922-25; Ray Evans, ance City Open to his 1964 lau- over the split end Job won by Brother Bob.
Money Causes It : Kansas back, 1941-46-47; W. can Golf Classic and the Insur-
the ailing Del Shofner of the
and"If I there don't believe Is overemphasis there is --it I In the Holly Hop event Mrs. terback Earl Sprackling 1908-11() ; and Brown Kyle Rote quar-,I rels. vious New York three Giants Mike In the DUke pre-, Your teen-age niece Sally.

is on the dollars needed to pay Gallop won low gross honors, Southern Methodist back, 194*. The Yankees won five straight the Bears' years. end, ,
powerful tight
for new stadiums, to foot the bill Mrs. Bill Scales low net In the pennants under Casey Stengel- of
was one seven repeaters. Aunt Uncle
for other sports, and to meet the 9-hole group" and Mrs. Arthur 50.The deceased players were: 1949-1954. They made it five in Dick Schafrath of Cleveland Mary. Ralph.
Increasing costs of fielding a big Ketch, low gross; Mrs. E. F. William N. Mallory, Yale fullback a row again this year but it and Forrest Gregg of Green
squad."I Aiken, low net; and Mrs. Tolles 1921-23; Langdon Lea took three managers to do It- Bay again were the offensive Grandma and Grandpa.
In match tackle 1892-95, and In 1960, Ralph Houk In
will admit, however, that was best play againstpar Princeton Stengel I tackles, although Gregg movedto
these reasons have stimulated > In 18-hole aggregate seven Charles R. Rlnehart, Lafayette 1961 U (3 and Yogi Berra I guard In mid-season when
ambitious authorities to let holes. guard, 1J94-97. ,this year. I Vine Lombardi shuffled his I Extension phones make wonderful gifts"

Packer line.
Jim Parker of Baltimore, a For
hardy perennial, was an all-stai
guard again, but Ken Cray,or else that costs little
( so could bring them so much pleasure )
the St Louis Cardinals took
I fenneiff PENNEYS QUALITY over the other guard Job, held

for two years by Green Bay's
Jerry Kramer who recently
underwent surgery
Mick Tlngelhoff.signed by the
Minnesota Vikings as a tree
agent In 1962, took over the 1)I
t first-string center Job beating
out Jim Ring! of Philadelphia,
p the Incumbent, Bob DeMarco of
\ 4, St.Bears.Louis and Mike Pyle of the z3

tai' Green Bay put four men on
the defensive unit, including
Willie Davis at end. Henry Jor-
3 dan at tackle, Ray Nltschke at ,
middle linebacker and Willie
Wood at safety. Gino Marchetti,
veteran Baltimore end who
came out of retirement Just before -
the season started, and Bob
Boyd, a corner back, were the
1 Colts'team contribution to the defensive

Tampa Wins

.: TAMPA (AP-Tampa's bas ,
1 ketball team woo Its first of the k555 j
FORTREL a season Tuesday night by whip. A
POLYESTERAND ping Florida Southern 11-71.
COTTON S Dick Puslns led Tampa with
HOLD-A. :> 33 points, most of them scored @ Southern Bell
on Jump shots and layups. Three ..,$srvla You
of his teammates scored In double .
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.. I Late Morning !'Damages in Finley SuitA

Readers' Request 1 i N. Y. Listingi -

Jwj aaarded ..JN to (and Line defendants, tat tilt w*.{Cra* sal Swawin, Faulty Iii someone were carrying a

I i, AtDsOiaJ 11% JooesALIt IA Mr. aW Mrs. F.-A. flaky f names for bout safes, "O'JMut, J* oil Ctu lit '4ou4l child
-- Alcoa ( KaisAI4JH 2JVi I .I Takettown today kt a (widely throughout ttt aeries d.: act be soa fag u 3c'Moat' that! gun j Grady Thompson, the Jailer,
_"'"- .. _.._ 01 AmAir Ken'eott 11% and b.dpa'" 5bs, f'MJ said testified Mrs. Finley cursed the
floe LISTINGS U. 5. District Cowl trial events.
=:: STOCK : AmCaa 42* LigftMyMi (5 here. The Flakyi lad sued At the lodge the deputes te Can! stow Uhe ear aa4 erterj !deputes on several occasions
I AmCyaa Loch'd 3(* aed Ute eB fee sad badge after her arrival at the jail.
Pierce Wnlbern,Murphey far &!.. damages. lifted, the Fatleys were lend j to gm
M IIf .. AmMot I4 4 LorfflardTi 43H Mr awarded boistroos. had beta < t ATM Mag'vox 30* fJry was and interfered with !lie arrest told her be mU fast as soon mood assured her that the Fin
NEW YORK Texas Vul ia tl'i;Fund"1a11mat __ U.53 JM," h e-apes-aliry daa-
f AmTol 33: MMUf 5Hi of Mrs. SOU. The Fbkys. ta "why' her Oar, Icy children would be taken
STOCK EXCHANGE Textron _.,.- LM 53 Income of BostonIncorporated .54 aarf Wr bttt.nd FJaoer ''I'I
14% Mohatco gee of but that bad
AmpsCp / no been
testified it was the deputies [care
Abbott Lab ... 2.40 40 Tidewater ___ JT4 Inc 9% 11C turn
received &** is e mpevmtory. be did make
Anaconda 15* Mont't *( Can telBfd there to see about them when
Allied Cbera .. Uo SJ14I' Trans W A __ 50N Keystone K.2 __ s.nJ who were loud hereon i
\ ; $$,... WM awarded bat said he
Armour S3* MontWd St'. Itbe offer to Ffeley :she arrived back at the lodge
Amerada Pt 200 IS Union Pac ___ ... 180a OHAlico Keystone J.II and bullying ia the arrest
ACL MVi NatDair c* pnhfve 11I81"- would not twit a woman and about t ajn.
Am Elc Pow ,_ USb 44" C" AJr L Bets RCpjIM Keystone S-4 Ut A series of witnesses backed
>>', NatDistBH 26% Tie fry br-ight la IW did not tell her so.i .
: Amer Enka __ 1.404 70S ,. 1.05 5136Jua Life Investor ______ 10.17 up the Finley's story and farther I I I Mrs Finley said she asked
NAmAr 52* verdict about! U:31 fkis fternowi I
,'\S Amer lime _.- 1.44a C"II' Walter 2314'Life Stock Fund ._ 7.1 Boeing testified bat neither )Ir. or i On arrival at the Jail to Mrs. Drummond to can Sheriff
f Amer M Ttj .JD 114 War Lamb --:.. .JI 311.jWorthi Mass law Stock __ 17.1. Borden 71* Penney 153'6 after deOberatiMS ef Mrs. Fnley had had a drop to j Branson the deputies said they Turner but did not know If the

I Armco SU _., J.III 44'4a I t uo 90 [Mass. Inv Growth .16 BrnnswkCalerTr I* PER a2V 1 al lour sad ZI minutes. dru t Mrs. FiI rJ. however, booked the pair and put Finley call bad been made. She said
41 .
\/I AIcb Topka .._... ia. V'4 1Xcn& .- 9034 Pioneer Fund I. PepCota I testified she had tw drinks at,ia a cell but Mrs. Finley refused they were released and driven
Baxter Lab -- 27.,, Zenith uaa 53% PinUJi Fund .12 Celanese 7434" PhilMor 71* By BOB MEEKER a bar ta Inglts and purchased: to go in. borne by Jailer Thompson, arriving .

Beckman la ._, 73%. Putnam Growth _. .13 Chrysler 12* PhfflPetCoesCotaWT 54" Sm 5&a1l1lrkr two pints of liquor at a bar en there about 2 ajn.

Beech U S _____ 1.10 Sl% OVER THE ax.'h"TlJl. TV Eke _._._ 1.19 RCA 32 S In Ole the way borne She said one I Mrs. Finley said she was allowed In late testimony yesterday,

1. Bristol My __._ M C'. wow roux SAPS -,... -.... r.. Value Line IncWellington _......... .. I.n CanEd 55 RepSUH 42* Molt of the complaints of the pints was for Mrs. Sills, to use the phone In two Jim Dameron, Inglis/ formerly
Brown Shoe 114 lOA -err--. r.sw r -...c..r..w "". .M= Fund ._ 15.11 ConEdis Revlon 42i civil Sheriff wit Jim against Turner Levy and Deputy County whom she !had taken to IngCs attempts to get Horace W I bon of Yankeetown, testified he

Brunswick __ 0 --- N rw .cur ContCaa SIS ReyTob 40* ,after dinner, and that neither of and County Judge Wilbur Aniderson ,bad seen Mrs. Finley wearing a
.. r.eo' -NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS DowCheduPoot 7T4 3f Sam Cason were thrown out of
StRegP but unable to do
, Cambefls S .... _.. U' 31'1 r W MIIC11 rur4.Y. I following the bottles had been opened was so. neck brace or cervical collar In
Carter PdtCosmsat ... 1004 11 .M 4..e YMa r Ctnn.. Vet. OMC Changes I 231* Seaboard 47 Federal Court yesterday that night. She said she was refused further 1957 and 1958.

1 Case J 1 _._-. 1014Cewna 4..As Lend __ ._ U III.500 Com Sat Corp 1 2 up 3ft\ EAL 4.N Sears 12T4 a BUI motion OTOaL by defense attorney The "brake treatment," In I;' use of the phone. In rebuttal, a string of eight
FUPw 47* Sinclair 53 '
Air .. ._ 1.00 31% Amer Fidel Life 21V4Amer 123,900 RCA 36'6o0 n District Judge G. Hanoid which Mrs. Finley U alleged to I Deputy Cason said be called Yankeetown witnesses Including
.K FJa P L 10'4 tt\
, I Chts Ohio __. tlO 72Coo. 7,401 Tex Cul Sul 49" off 1% Socony have received a cut the,Mrs. Drumm used, the matron,
: on
Heritage a Ford 53% SperryR 13% Carswell said the case, in which 'I Finley the two children,
t! S Gas 25"%. Amer Mat Ins ._ ... I) I HJo Chrysler 62 up 1% FrmstDa 19* StBrand 11 Mr. and Mn. E. A. (Bud) F'mley -{bead and subsequent treatment and Mrs. Finley still refused to said they had seen Mrs. Finley
' C."$ __ Ub 4V4 TS, OO L'n Carbide U5'/ioffH4 I and to be the to a cell so he picked her
go up
j Amer Pioneer Ltfe 7% FruehTr 30* StONJ H" are wing for $12SM)0) bi surgery appears daily for the past 10 yean and
, C.mh Lag UI I, J7.9CO Wstnghse EIre 44 It off 1 j 'main issue at this of the and carried her.
Anhetnrr Bueeh UH n 35* Studebak i* damages DOW boils down to stage up had never seen her wear such
I 50.000 Ford Motor 54 off tt t
._ IZ Anodyne ___ .?. I'. 92* Swift S7* whether or not Deputy Cason!trial Mrs. Drummond testified she a device.
Cone Mills ._..._ .ao 21%'Cubes Bank ..,._....,,... 31 41,100 Brunswick lunch CenFdsGenMdlf IlK Texaco 17* I and Deputy Walter Beckham I Testimony indicated that at a begged Mrs. Finley to be quiet Both parties rested their
43,100 Lear 13'4
\ Cont Airl _. .to H Conn U t Pow J1% Siegler up I 47* Thiokol used unreasonable Deaths a a t, point just south of Lebanon Station ,and go up to the cell but she cases yesterday and, unless defense
2.20. Pan Am I
40.100 2 I H off H
p\ Contl IDa 11% Owlrs Mac It Pb 11"1 31.700 E W Bliss It K .GenMtnGrcyhnd M* UCarb ] I physical abuse or unnecessary: on l'S-19, Deputy Cason bit would not go. Mrs. Drummond attorney O'Neal can find
" Contrl Dtta f51t Dunn A Bradst 13 up : Goodrich $1'. UnHAirc m.1,force in the arrest and kvarter.; the brakes, at the suggestion of described the manner ta which one missing witness, arguments
3C.1W Co 7
Cora Pots ._ 131 INI Ffcrtta CN 11\I Boeing Rand UH* up H3S.IOJ Goodyr 45* I'nFruit alien of the FlD1e)'" repnl-I Deputy Beckbam, to quiet the Cason carried Mrs. Finley by will be beard and the Jury
I Chris Croft IN Flat Nat? Bank It Sperry off H 23 USSteel 51* less of the legality of Finleys down. physically raising her arms asKindergarten will be charged today.
, Detta Air ___.. 111 Ors 31. 00 Am Tel Tel fltt uncha I
Ft Tee Zt\l rest
GulfOil 59% UnivMat 14* Mrs. Finley testified she flew
( Del SledEasersM JIll IN )OO U S Steel 51* off 1AMERSTK for
t Ferns LatFeokrs 11'4 IntHanr 71* WestgFJ 45*. 1 The rinleyi are suing forward, hitting the screen
d LM a LIfe __ 114Yraak2Sss 000 in compensatory damagesfor Fees Due
EXCH IntVickIntPap 14% WtanDh 39% separating the front and rear
Fair Canners JIg M Lge .. SI% ACTIVE STOCKS 34* WoolwthBethSU n Mrs. Finley, $50,000 in punitive !compartments of the car, Injuring .
. Fatasjl Fed 1ft Chat Amrriaa JA damages for tier and $25,
her head. She said she did
r FST Ckartr ,M 1Ilf 20'w 71% Vebmw flees Caaaige.000 000 damages for Bud Finley BoardChanges
-, Fotochrome f% off *iSJU9 not know whether she hit the Study by County
Fte E dt 1JI4 Cd Lire __ 46341krf1 Rights Slaying The series of five major complaints screen or the steel bar at the
Syntex Corp 5JV 3U
Feed Fair JIll ZN up
Fme Corp __ 1.11 IIt Junes __ 1131flume n._ Salem Bros iVt up % NearPIlILADELPHIA. each alleged several top of the screen. In the policy on the I printing the board's Junior college
la 6054Lire of mistreatment at the
Frtto Lay $,4 .JO. Massey-Ferg 21360(11\I Hearing counts 'Deputy Beckham testified he use of kindergarten fees Ire report.
934 I hands ot the deputies in the FiJI.ley'
t 11,404 Old Town 41H 1% told Cason to hit the brakes scheduled for discussion atThursday' The meeting Is scheduled to
" Cia T.U .01 31. up
( LIfe ef FtoLewes __ 934Campasy Miss (AP) : arrest on Oct 6, 1M2.! for
01 start at 1:30
because "I had taken all I wanted monthly meeting : p.m.
c-. Pars _, 1.1eb 11'4j
2J% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS Sheriff Lawrence Rainey and j Interfering with an officer In to take." the County Board of Public Instruction

j Getty OH J b 2ft Xilllt Ehctow 103! ]Purchases ________ 3MOOt Deputy Cecil Price confer: with :the line of duty. The deputies

f Grace C. __._.,., IJ 174.N Mart Guaranty bePacWeSw 23'4 :Short Sates ________ .1,751 attorneys today on the eve of a'were sent to the Isaac Walton Beckham said Mrs. FI ft Icy QuantumTheorists

Hel OrUs __ 1614 Air _.30 j Jther Sales ________ 421,445 bearing for them and If other I Lodge operated by the FinleysIn was continually cursing the dep. The present $8 fee for kindergarten .
IB M 0.00 404 Schilitx Brew 45% 'Iota] Sales 48,1% white men charged In connex I Yankeetown, to arrest Mrs. uues In a high pitched: voice. pupils probably will remain -
lilt Mia C 1.100 n Seer U Tr II lion with the killing of three aI *. .Jeanne Marie Rich Sills on aNew the same, but changes In I
the road between
IM Tele 1.11 50.34Kellogg. Soutbeni Nitre 27 PREVIOUS DAY II I rights workers. York forgery charge. Otter the allocation: of the fee are expected .

Jt1a 49 Travekn Ins 40% STOCK: MARKET At a preliminary hearing at The Finleyi claim mistreatment to be made.

Lffjflun Cp _.. I" J1 USI .,.......,. 1% Advances ________ ___. 34 nearby Meridian Thursday, the I at the time of arrest during Regional Gather Here
A lease the old Miller I l
I LbtonlnCaotSCm_ I." 7ftI Declines 744 Justice Department must show I the trip from Yankeetown on

1.11 JI\6 AMERICAN STOCK Unchanged ________ 25S U. S. Commissioner Esther Carter I to the county Jail and at the Volkswagen building on East Quantum chemistry theorla
Merits Fld 1.. 5134IN EXCHANGEAeroJeiCea Tour Library University Avenue, to be used ,
? 1,362 enough evidence to continue I time incarceration at Jail !rom major universities
I )Cn; II irts 24 .New 196344 Highs 33)) charges against the 21 until a (in Broruon. Board Elects for instructional classrooms In 'I research Institutions In 15 ana foreign
I ,fZC: HiD _. 1001 m Allain Corp 21'4 Mew 196144! Lows __ 52 grand Jury hears the caws. The stories of the plaintiffs Manpower Program, is expected countries and the United
to the
board's :
MIld Carp 1.71 f7I6 approval
Aqua -- 1436Asrwra Officers for 1965 were elect- States are now gathered on the
4014WadAil ;
PIII&Jca 21% ed by the Santa Fe Regional University of Florida campus
JIll 47N.Y Barnes Engneet 2J% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Library Board at the quarterly Other itenu on the agenda in- I for the seven week winter
Call .5eI n Sutler Shoe ....r .._.., IN held I chide: 1 institute which opened thli I
meeting recently at thetarke
M Pow 2.00 5414 ,
iromaloy3nerama 13'4
\ Nwlalk W .,_. ._ '.00 137"j .. 1 Show Bradford County Community Approval of a $900 expen- week

N 3hd P S... .._ 1.4. eo, Computer Sri.. 22 I Big Is $100 Billion? Library. 1- to be paid to Genera The institute coven quantum

"j lo;< : tat Gas ..... .. I.eo eo"l" Cutter Labs A ,__ 19Data I Elected were chairman, Wil- Administration repre- chemistry, solid state physicsand

OlinMathOwens .. 1.20 39\1\ I Control .. ......... ... 173 lam N. Barry Jr. of New-' appraisal costs of the quantum biology and Is
II a uo 101V. Fulton Inds _._ 936 berry; vice chairman Mrs, Old Post Office building recently held under the auspices of the

Pac G E 1.00 J.I'i ,Gen Develop 434 \ By Sylvia Porter .Jt Wilson Rivers of Lake Butler;' donated to the board by the florida Institute of Continuing

Pac Lung ........ ... 2.40 3211 Jax Mho t .._-=-_ 7% ..I .- I.f r ,.. and secretary, Miss Beth Da- GSA. University Studies In cooperation

Pac T T .. ._ 1.20 21" Mead Jahnson .. ._ .. 16'6Pae ane, Director of Libraries I -Approval of expenses for with the University of Upp-
Pan Amer A .... .... .1.21 2a% Nw Tile .. 22% The budget countdown is on. were sUIl living and trying to', fully appreciating his determination The City of Gainesville and ala, Sweden, and the Univer-

Parke DavPennzoil .. ................ 1.11 27'6 Philips Elecledwbig .. 31'4 Can that master political strategist spend $100 billion at the rate ol to ((1)) fulfill his pledgeto the three counties contractingwith city of Florida.

.. ..' ........ 1. 44$4 Carriers ,_ 9% Lyndon B. Johnson bring $100004 a day, be would haveto the country to slash waste In it for library service are To Catch Quantum theory concerns the

Pfizer ..... ............ .. ... 4114 Rle Group ...... .. 214 In a ISM fiscal year budget be- live until the year 2697 to, the budget and get a dollar's represented on the board as Innermost structure of matter
Phelps! Dg ...... ............. .3.00 74otPolaroid Sperry R. Wla.Syntex 1y low the symbolic 1100 billion get rid of his kitty. worth for a dollar spent; and follows: Gainesville by Mrs. and deals with the Interior

.. ...... .... .20 I1S ,_....._... .,b._= 531,1 level Or will Johnson! be the If you had $100 billion in ((2)) prove to the American businessman Ida: Keeling Cresap Mn. C. A. A Thief' structure of atoms, molecules

Pub Sv E C................ 260 3&'%" Tampa Elec ... 17' first President In history to $100 bills and you decided to that he means to curb Pound and Frank Watson; and solid state.

Pure Oil _... .. Ieo II Tech Measur 1734 break through this "magic" line a Washington, D. C., street the growth In federal government ,Alachua: County by Barry and Director of the Institute is

Rayonler ... .,...._... 1.00 4t Univ. CgTWA __ .. J7\1 mark and Just by doing so, automatically with them you could erect a spending and to warrant :E. C. Cann of High Springs; Clinic SetThe Dr. Per Olov Lowdin, grad.

Rexall ..... ... JOb 5134 WlsValnpar ._. __.._ 32% \ make headlines the wall of $100 bills almost 14 feet their confidence In him as a 'Bradford County by Miss Flo- uate research professor ot'

Rey Metl .- ..._ JO 33'.i .. ... 6''IIe world over? high on each side of Pennsylvania -prudent fiscally responsible ;renee Jennings and Mn. HerBert third annual Shoplifting chemistry and physics at the

Rkh Merr '"'' .... III 1634f The teasers will be comingout I Ave. from the White chief executive. I. Ritch: of Starke; and UnIon and Bad Check Detection Clinic University of Florida and professor -
R C Cola __,_ .. 1.. 1"j MUTUAL FUNDS almost daily from now until House to the Capitol. He also, I think, has a better i County by Mrs. Rivers and' sponsored by the GainesvilleArea of quantum chemistry
Roy Dutch: __ _. 1.T.Jc 44' than 50-50 chance to>> achieve vlrs Paul a& the of
Affiliated Fund 11 m that John- If you had $100 billion, Riherd, of Lake Chamber of Commerce University Uppsala.
Searle Gd ....... .... .90 64% i Capital Life & Cr 117 the hour January With you could give each of our this-even! though then seems i Butler. is scheduled tonight in the The seven week Institute
SInK.r. _.,_..,. .. ion unveils his budget. to be scant leeway between this I
ua includes
1114M Divers Growth _._ 11.21 at country's (0 million women a Alachua County Courthouse.The four weeks on the University -
Smith Kin ... _. I this year's spending running year's spending and the magic Channel
? 1.201 64% Dividend Shares ,_ 3.79 mink mat costing $1,700. Or you of Florida campus and
Sou Cal Ed _,,..,. 1.1D J'TII 1 Dreyfus _____ ..,..2104 (972 billion and with the President could give each of the nation'smen nark. Me will obtain billionsfor clinic is designed to aid three weeks on Sanibel Is

St Oil Cal .-. ._ 2.00 70'4 I Fidelity Capit. .. 1140 committed to proposing a an automobile costing the Great Society's pro- Losers Seek local merchants and their salesclerks land.

St Oil Ind 2.00b 42.. Fidelity Fund ..." 1. U wide variety of new programs about Or could grams via impressive savings In detecting thieves and Discussion topics among the
Mrrl Drug __ .. a 21"1Ii Fidelity Trend _. ..... It 12 'for the "Great Society," the each of price. country's you 75 In the defense budget and other ReversalWASHINGTON worthless check passers during theorists will be the basic prop-
yes no suspense Is obvious. give million children our under 20 areas Tie leeway Is much big I the Christmas season cribs of the genetic' code, Die
But whether or not Johnson years ger than you think. (AP) The course of mutations the
STOCKARKKT '' LASHEi 1 stays below the symbolic mark old 260 pairs of $5 roller skates. But, of course we'll crack J Florida Gulfcoast Broadcasters Clinic panel members Include nomenon of aging and, the phe-occurrence

in January we are unquestionably Speaking for myself I'm dizzier through the $100 billion barrier I Int one of the three losersn chairman Sheriff J. M. Crevasse of tumors with par

Into the era of $100 billion than ever after these com comparatively soon Its Inevi. I the fight to operate on tele Jr., A. Z. Adkins, county ticular Interest devoted to the

NEW YORK (AP) Despite' budgets. How big then Is a parisons. But I do comprehendthe table. Incidentally, though, our ,vision Channel 10 at Largo solicitor; Ira Carter, Judge of cancer problem. .Also under

areas of strength, the stock 0.. Jones Stock Averages budget of $100 billion a year? enormous size of $100 billion -economy f total output is now I bas asked the VS. Court c( Ap. the Court of Record! ; R. T. Angel scrutiny art the properties of

nariet declined/ early this afttrnoon. ( Putting the total Into sera well ever tIm billion, I II heading I peala'to reverso the Federal city police chief Investigator toms and molecules In the upper
Steels and rails were l'revi.u Day 2nd Hine I (lloo.Kioooo.ooo) doesn't make There's absolutely no doubt for the $700 billion and then Communications Commission ; Ron Stanley, aheriff's de- atmosphere Knowledge ta

veak. .11.1. 3G lndUiL 0( 1.34 It comprehensible to me. On the that Johnson' will try mightilyto the $1 trillion mark. d lectotoru. partment chief Investigator, and his area is of primary Importance

The averages were dampened 20194 f 2. fleas off Ul contrary: so many zeros makeme hold the next budget below I)o you know how much $1 The group said the FCC had Bill Mitchell: chamber execu- In space research.

>y a Ions of more than 2 by UG.J2 11 UW.oft- 026 dizzy. But perhaps these $100 billion No one could watch: trillion U? Well if you had $1 erred In its decision and Ignored i tive vice president "We are t little field sitting

juPnnt' and i decline exceed-I comparisons of mine will help,the President confer with his trillion and you started to count t tit he evidence in awarding the! The session begins at 7:30: between physics, chemistry, biology -

ng a point by Eastman Kodak. 341.71 I a Stllrh off 067 put the total Into focus for you 1 key Cabinet members without I, at the rate of e:hannel to WTSP-TV I P.m. In the East Courtroom and medicine," says Dr.

Motors rubbers airlines and I 3,0m,0o0 I Volume 11.310.000I How big ls $tOO billion Lowdin. "The only! thing w e

chemicals generally were low- I -If you had $100 billion and I know Is our own Ignorance butthat
ir.JTThe. you set out to count It at the r rr Is a starting point"
rails were affected by a' "tented" before' a bails can be Irate of $10,000 per minute, eight -

strike threatened for next TuesJay formed for a possible yearend hours a day, sis days a week, It State's Take

II I by three shop unions which rally. would take you more than M .
:could cripple 117 railroads and Prices mewed Irregularly years to finish counting the totalIf I .
terminal and switching com- higher on the American Stock you had $100 billion In $W- "' .' ). r4 r On Sales Tax
... 000 bills and I .1 I d them r ,
fles..Stack Exchange In moderate trading you .. ..... ..
faclnk the Imminent I lend to end your $1.000 bins Ai. ...& : $19.9 Million
Corporate bonds were mixed would stretch than three .. '"
start of formal labor n'aoti.1Uon. more .." ; ." .
., were rnncrmd about a In light trading. U.s. government .I tunes along the main automobile '.::::) 0 .
possible profit squeeze ta event bonds were firm In stock route from New York to l .' +-- i TALLAHASSEE (AP) The

}f a generous contract dealings over the counter. San Francisco. i .. : I State's take from the 1 per cent
Rails begaa to steady here If a corporation had stark !!1Rtld1I tax on sales amounted to IU >

end..there' after a general d- PUC SetsIICilt'itig ed In business with $IOO billionIn minion ta November State Revenue .

:line In the morning The steels the year I AD. and had Commissioner J.Ed
and motors, however, remained I Straughn reported.
managed w dreadfully that It
He said the total
i definitely lower lost $100.000 a day, it still would
Wected tames which attractKt I ,which was collected on sales to
have enough left of the original
attention scored Increased t per cent
trading TALLAHASSEE (AP -. The $100 billion to continue operating :, from the same month last year.

sharp Associated gains. Press average Florida Public Utilities Commission and to continue losing $100 I Since July 1 the sales levy
let a hearing for Feb 000 a day for 771 years. ,
10 stocks at noon was off ..1it l Produced $9!( million for the
IS ta Tampa to take testimony -U had {101 billion In I state
323.$ with Industrials off .I, you I i government, a U per cent
rails off .7 and utilities off .1. n the rates charged by the $10.000 bills and you piled one Jump from the comparable

The Dow Jones Industrial ,Tampa Electric CaIn $10.000.biD on top of the other U. WV-*. o. *, newt (period of last year
you could make three stacks Soviet Luxury Liner Straugha said the S real
average at noon was down 217 : an order Tuesday, the commission per
it 161.tl. This brought It fair said the philosophies' each stack more than double I I tax on sports goods, levied by
the firm the height of the WashingtonMunumenL The han Franks the Soviet t'nlon'a first at the IM Legislature to finance
ly close to lilt week's intermediate -used In regulating attempt building, a luxury liner, U in London on its maWen
low of 8J443 which would be set out at the meet- voyage with 112 Soviet tourela. The captain terms It a -tU lew- .M., Vet there art difference, outdoor recreation areas produced

some analysts believe must ben,.In,. If Julius Caesar (H BO]I Y Ins and in prices All the .hip's acnruta art girl a.d women wearing blue mnlfwaw with goo( be.Ll la,cats. J 173.144. In November, r
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:I The University cf California I .;, :ii?'i DO f1ES r iEiK i ':I{:
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\ faculty's Academic Senate has : +
adopted a resolution It "?s
will bring peace In the hopes I ..
I, Movement the group which I PRICES GOOD 4 w w 59
: f staged four massive it-m demonstrations THRU Meat 2. 3 le S2
: 49 Can
'7. !' arrests -, one proclaimed resulting victory/ CAN

,1''t immediately after f REGULAR 49t FISH FILLETS ? SPANISH
r, Tuesday night.

They called off their strike I Mackeral LI. 29'
until Dec. 18, when the universi
ty's Board of Regent meet In) '
Los Angeles to consider the) + Aj f 4 REG. 1.89. PLUM ROSE CANNED
I Academic Senate's five-point J "' >y JJfl (Needs No Refrigeration. )
,T proposal. Regents must accept; '
IT', ? I the resolution before It Is effec
P the.i Picnics. 2 i1N T' $* BEEF

:i ; Rebel students Tuesday night)
celebrated the Senate's vote and|I FRESH BOSTON
the 22nd birthday of Mario Sal +

l group.via, leader of the dissident! Pork Roast; 1 Ib 39 :

t i j University President Clark
Kerr, I member of the Board of!
4 I t
Regents and one of the main
i targets of the movement's attack I

.t C ment, on declined the UOO-member Immediate com-1 fac-i i y Turnovers :::. 49< Roast. LB. 48

ally group's resolution which' .
went further I In meeting student PILLSBURY OR BALLARDBiscuits
demands than a proposal endorsed ,
by the administration on I
t Monday. I 439<
Savio, Manhattan-born Ribs. 38
ophy student said free : LB.
members now would PhUO"1 t .
trate on trying to get
1 against those arrested 100 EXTRA STAMPS,WITH COUPON FRESH GROUND
Dec. 2-3 demonstration dropped.i
Savio termed the Senate's ac-
tion 'magnificent" Beef..5.i95
A crowd of about 2,000 students -
waiting outside Wheeler
k Hall erupted with wild screamIng -
when the Senate's vote was
announced.The .
Free Speech Movements' t
steering committee Issued a| : SS
statement praising faculty
members for their atand.
Ii I Only 939 Academic Senate I
members attended Tuesday's]
session but all voted Propo-i I
nents won out, 824 to 11$.
The resolution would, In ef-|
I feet, give the faculty rather I I CHUN KING y
than the administration final] CHIC. CHOW MIIN ;
I authority over dlsl.'lpliniJIllltu- Oivldw Pock 99' l
'j dents who violate university'| I 1(1' CHOP SUIT r( '; !
regulations. 1 Family Sue 89Clww < t I
Included In the proposal] were Mln NMlUiNo )T
1 these points: ,'2h Con 29' \
,-That there shall be no university SOYA SAUCE
1 disciplinary action 5od., I"
; against students or organizations
;i for activities prior to Tuesday -
In connection with political
activities. Modern Comet Comb-O-Matic BATH SIZE REGULAR 69 REGULAR. 98'

-That time place and man Praise Soap 2 41 ;
ner of conducting political activity Bar
on-campus shall be subjectto Excedrin!I RISE I
//5} vent reasonable Interference regulation with normal to .pre- Lifebouy: Soap 2 Bar 25' i ,

functions on the university.That BATH SIZE PAIN, RELIEVER SHAVE CREAM

advocacy- content should not of be speech restricted or- Aa...StoeI..SWN.......... $ 99 Lifebouy I' Soap 2 Sara 3 5' I

by the university and off- ... .. .....
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f ures determined fur political by activities a shall Slim body hug Hoot ,Gell under k>...if lutnl. Toilet Soap 2 Bon 33' 36- t. BOTTLE i GIANT AEROSOL
tore Excluiiv com-o malic Solon aduin| Mny -
appointed by the Berkeley division -
no" Itnglrl Rubtwr bump ptotKtiwalll REGULAR SIZE WHITE
of the Academic Senate. "'"" ""ng" Pick up (II Jh. din-
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0 GAINESVILLE Mahlon C.Bolton was named .:.:..
pv 3421 W. Univ. Ave. .Vorshlpfut Master uesday
light during tha annual election
HIGH SPRINGS if Gainesville Lodge No. 41,T.it ..
Highway 441 A.M. officers. -'
Other officers elected IncludeWUtfred
G.Phillip,senior war- j
REGULAR 2/29 den; Burton J. Otte, Junior
warden; Thomas J.Price,10

Tomatoes i1 10, t retary treasurer; ;Horace Charles F.R.Couch Zetrouer C .';"

B. Shepard. and. Nile Schaffer, ....
will be scheduled ".
it a later dale.Electric

Chili A16-oz. 51.REGULAR Unto ,

Hearing ::

hearing on the rates charged ..
#Z1 2 for electricity by Gulf Tower In
the Panhandle area Is scheduled
for Feb. 10 In Pensacola.
The Investigation of Gulf's:
59* BLUE OR WHITE ARROW rates Is part of I weeping study
of uUllty rates Public Utilities
:nmmls.lo\ chairman Edwin
Mason said. ...
Detergent39BOX ,
He said the study was
\ launched earlier this year
a when utility corporatlona taxes ..k
s were reduced by Congresa.
((0 Hearing dates for Southern ..
48-02. Bell Telephone and Florida Pow.
\Crisco Oil BOT. 59, er companies and Light In thru Co., fields the largesj, were ..,
Rtg. f: SERVE TWIN nnounced the commission
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DEAR ABBY am a divorcee 29
with two children
DEAR WANTS: Your husband should quit laughing long
arc: considered attractive About i year ago I spotted an eligible MONEY IS NO CC c+a*.$M*/f K.f OBOECK.T APEW 98?? HAIN'Yt
enough to lean a lew things. Adult education has been a lifesaver NISt.AiT' 49
bachelor In town, so I moved Into his apartment AH KM! VvHOMP rrUPOUTA VULTURE) PASSES NONE TATPWcL-i
building to many who have decided to complete their educations .r WmtAT tEATNfotRSn AN'TaIAR AHILODMBINETWO h1EDDIN'DROVE
hoping to make his acquaintance I
made his acquaintanceall In their ..'.. and 51'. and 10'.. You are U be commended. DRtGE iTK..+ It49C>rIES.,.. J MULES SPARK
right, but that's about all. He says hello pleasantly when ::i 1rr'EDDIN' a STARIN'MADj -
we meet In the hall, but I've never been able
to him
I get Into DEAR ABBY 1 live In a very nosy neighborhood. Yestei!: ... 'ORIDENdANTT
apartment. telephoned him
one evening to tell him my day, the woman next door ran to her window the minute she p a J > + r/
bedroom window stuck J JRAMOIACTIVL
was (It JL :
really was) he
tent a heard a car pull up in front of my house. I saw het peeking '
Janitor up with a hammer. He's
not going with anybody through her Venetian blinds. And she saw me, too. Then
special and be'i not
a goody-goody because I've seen him she called me on the phone and said, *I didn't mean to be

entertain women In his apartment. None of them Is as ate nosy. I Just wanted to see who it was, and by the ,way I
tractive as I. How I him
can get Interested without having it "
didn't recognize him.. Who WAS he? Another neighbor slopped .
look like I'm chasing him?
me In front of my house and said she had heard I

GETTING: NOWHERE was collecting Social Security and she was curious to know
)J>EAR'' GETTING: It's not easy to chase a man without II I got It by the month or by the week and how much was
having II ,"look like"
you're doing what you're didng. Face It.
it.He's not Interested In you. And more In bin dl|
any moves I hate always minded'my own business and have never -
rettlon will make your scheming M obvious that he's apt la seen the equal of such nerve I am not able to cope with it. I RECKON ELVINEVSNIFSNIF ) 5- -

bale- when be sees you coming. What do you suggest? FLABBERGASTEDDEAR Ii: !.* / BURNT HER SUPPER DADBURM
FLABBERG\STFD Go oa minding your own butlneis ,-
DEAR ABBY: I was one of nine children In a very poor and Ignore thou* who Insist on helping you do It. ... SOMETHINBURNINV tWOWEDASTH'WORLO'S 1'
/firmly so I had to quit school in the 6th grade. I always .. tr GOODEST ,

ranted to get a better education but I never had the chance. DEAR ABBY How can my husband and I Invite friends for 00 MAW "aa COOK -rt.- sT ,. ,

1 feel so bad when my 8th grade son asks me to help him dinner but tactfully ask them not to bring their children? .
(with his homework and I am too dumb to help him. My Abby we love children, and have three of our own, but we

husband can't help him either, as he never got through the never drag them along to the homes of friends when we are

7th grade himself. I asked around and found out there Is a Invited for dinner. Would it be rude if 1 said specifically I?

night school for grownups. I could go four nights a week please to leave their children at home

from 8 to t My husband laughed at me and said he never MRS. H. IN: ONTARIODAR i *rw

heard of a 32-year-old woman going back to school. My heart MRS. H.i If you don't want people who "bring 00

Is broken. Please tell me what to'do. their children," dust Invite people who "bring their children. .

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Wednesday Evening cans, its effects and Mamie Van Doren. D (Color) Cameras
( 5:00 O Wells Fargo I what be done to alleviate 11.00
Danny Kaye Please iN'1 rMAYSl
VtAM COoe YOU ANDMI5S OAt wtsO's Hese .
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I I:21 O Moments In Sports I i! X LOCKEB! WAIT MtM IN THb MALL
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O Sunshine Almanac from the age of II to mid- on
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o Wbal'. New- er. Richard Beymer Tommy II-DO O O News, Weather 12.31 O Search for TomorroO .. / a eR P vWNN% 3 YOU ANSWER icr.N we-Ma

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Okeefenokee Swamp. O Dick Van Dyke I "Tomorrow Is Another j O Vlilllng Spanish '

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Claude BotH| decide she's make a clarinetist Pete ID (Color) T.V. Binge
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were raited. |(button host Instead. I rut several gauze t + -a. yam, ItOpr1: J eta *aai Tit Lao
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them recipe card tom and when I' Recently we moved kilo anew strip. theta fold ant end alIbe ; r
died to try to hang home. It is thr.. year '
write out a new reripr. I rub strip back pert way I *
npxifie down over a furnace old but was never completed., : )
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Tbso I found that at I reversed 1 ELSIE HARVA.r I If you hate any aDgges-the wet on*.

the vacuum hose on my Bees, I would bt nor so| MOLLY

vacuum cleaner (so It would;'' ,grateful They art as .,.-, t r"' r t .silt Tmaaa swTwctwaaoKf 3t *siwK coAms (r taT7 t0 NAV. A MCl'D IIt/
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BLOW), Inserted the lady who l lmggcsted .. Dear Helotot I ,,1, (nsiR.. net Paxa .loAlee owe Ire eoara ovens a n.rv w t : on
Krahigs : II
hoot and let It run. the boots, I L WW 7eN ( J.YIe71rSt 1OOe1M faits mavntti 1mOw PDIN'!
wou'd! be bone dry within sewn" 1 buttons os: Lafiw: On aunay days when I doalMW :..:: e

minutes. Ma comfurt lot rerun gamtds wok. eUuic: Caa ..,- trip Ibis ...., sny clothes drew, I Ut =

him and easy for me! I IJ4RS. i thread j1 I ataier wU but soWmT! Va I dry clothes art DM DM to mast 1<
Thai gate me a uTy-uVily\ wilt It SM cart tf till room for mart, sat store Ow tit 1
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I Humphrey's Content to Remain in the Background j jEy

CHARLES Washington BAILEY Bureau .- --- -. legislative Influence which I fact but accepts It with apparent Johnson, or, If the he can be to do everything that

WASHINGTON Conies Hubert 1 H. Will many had expected him to have equanimity, mains vigorous If Mr Johnson President wants him to do II IIthe
has been a success. Help PresidentIn because of his previous post as lie has clearly concluded that choosts to retain him In 1968(- and to do nothing more.
Imphrey for almost two Senate leader. President Kennedy he has now risen about as highas and thus keeps him In line for I Humphrey knows that the
I politician I his legislative the !top spot history books will credit Lyndon
successful in fact, JVith gave own a public servant can expectto
cades 10 he must start aU Dealing Congress liaison chief Lawrence 0'Brlen. rise by his own efforts, and Thus at this point Humphrey Johnson with whatever may be
,,It today. top authority in dealing with that the future (a largely! out of could only damage his prospects the accomplishments of the new
ft again.It Congress: Vice President John- hi* hands and certainly could not advance administration. But he believes
is perhaps ironic that the but there is no sign of frustra- Thus the Minnesotan has decided son found himself somewhat of He may become president of them by seeking to that the same books might Include
ry talents energies and al]> ion. there will be no 'Hum a supercargo on the Kennedy the United States but not by build his own public Image. He some footnotes about Hubert .
utes that carried him from Although the vice president phrey pro grams" or "H u m. legislative crew. seeking the office. lie can only clearly believes that"the best t H Humphrey and for the
e Minneapolis city hall to the elect has granted no interviewsand phrey policies" or 'Humphrej By contrast, the President become president In two ways: thing he can do Is to be of foreseeable future he win settle

e-presidency ,of the Unite made no speeches since ideas" In the Johnson administration ow Is understood to have mad' if something happens to Lyndon,whatever_ help to Mr.. Johnson! cheerfully JOI' that.O ..
iles should now suddenly be November 3 and has in fact He win not, generall r I it clear that he expects H u m- 'iTTrHi -cHtcuit' COURT"" of l FLO* -
me potential handicaps. ?one out of his way to keep out speaking, accept speaking invitations .I phrey to carry the load In getting -: 'IDA IIOHTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN I'
of the public prints since his I except for party fund.I the Johnson- programs! CHANCIRV AND FOR AlACHUA COUNTY IN
But this is i fact one that return to Washington it Is I,raising dinners and a few graduation through Congress Departmental No. TIJNKOI .
mphrey recbgnlzes clear 1 y, now possible to take an I Informed addresses.The legislative aides, and the ,101.1111. MEY O
of It he has decic .... I IIIOlin
d because liaison as
look at his current President has already\ Indicated -I White House men R MACSIC,
he must forego the activ work and his thinking about the tome of the ways he II II I well, will clear their activities Do..NOTICE..."' TO PiMNOTH I
s and blunt the instincts the months after inauguration day. plans to use Humphrey', tall I through Humphrey who will be ITATI 0* FLOR DA,
ve served I him so well untd First he has don a lot of nU. He has asked Humphreyto I A footnote In history? expected to keep In touch with TOI'r Rob.S. II. Mrptr II Just till us how much M,, If [.... ,.
need to old MrliIs
you w
'n. reading about the relations h I p work with several g o vern-I congressional. leaders and rank-I to 10'0. Dol.PtA Ml AMSC* bills, for some I lmprovtmtntt. < R.e.Pa h .015 w::.. =.

[lumphrey has i pen t the ,between presidents and vice- m e n t departments and the to work with Agriculture Secretary and fliers as well. .R.d.toM Annul....AUbWIVwi .., car rtpairs hut 00 $1100 $428 M KSOO
of 't b eprograms If* h r''b' .11. H I Cmlml .
,nth since election day study. 'residents, and he concludes Budget Bureau la seeking ways Orvllle Freeman on the Here again course .,. ...intt you tin MM DM* III wwntlwr lor all yourKiiontl 26100 1100 53700 3100
his new job reading, con that there is no instance of a I to: trim some especially stubborn -I shaping of future administration will be Johnson( programs abavwen/llld. 152.15' ION c..rt a.M W. Ow.a 5lvarrt.'ot Matow and Phone (or ptnii.prompt, moo 2000 10000 3439
ring, planning and, mos t truly close partnership in budget requests that Mr.+(arm policy. ,"not 'Humphrey programs -/ ro""wtll1.A. You |i* SoNy NquIrM tCam'HUlnlwim courteous service. ,.._ Milt** 15twl ..* p,""'"1.
of all, lindmg o u t terms of public association-beween Johnson considers oversized. Beyond these two generalareas and the vice president Ma C I.M..: Cacti and
at his boss wants him to do. a president and his constitutional Humphrey has also sat In on keeping fully Informed elect- not -only Is aware- of-'theNOmc Mrvt., a.WPT M.ltn of, N5ITa C Mown bpM1, Pilniinitamy II WMIUnlwniv LOANS UP TO $600
stand In. It simply the full range of !.op-Jlvel con and participating In major for- *' O'TnTINTION riCTITIOUl KAMI TOIOKTI Avm _. .OMmwII... ,'lor"l yAaeR
M tr toMr* Doc 130 INS tm Hiin
[Ie accepts without question is not possible he believes, for ferences In the past fortnight eign policy problems and III'V'Inr .............. ,W. IMIIW H.....03AINI1VILLS ... Mel FINIl.StIvw 5.0.od vwit yw fill M M* ywr w011000..Paid FAMILYriNANCI
1 I. _
fact that Isis future is !total a vice president to! speak for on the Congo on the British fl- as a kind of troubleshooteron ,".....' MARRT MPaby L. 1101.... 5015. _SS aM will xrv.. .05d. a KrM prtM
dependent, upon Lyndon B. his chief, the president any nandcil crisis on Viet Nam, on knotty domestic problems- W.IMN ,n., BUY ICC ":'AL\a m CONSTRUCTION o el WI'Oowwllli.NISI. m,AichM'Nand lad County.Hlel.1' ,",,1001-.
inson, who as President will president wants to be and foreign aid. He has been study. the President apparently plan OlMHlH' AI. C heunly u i III'. (3rd My ft Nov..riMt, IMiJ SERVICE, INC.
tide what be, wants his num, will be his own spokesman and some of the "task force"reports to Humphrey roleIn Flout., btimlt H nglttrr win e. CARMICHAIl"" ConC N
ing give major /ktsieRam vntMr Ifc* t vl"Wt t mill Court, AIKKIM County, .I Oalneivlll
r.two man to do and not be single figure In his administration filed by Mr. 'Johnson's dealing with Congress .... elPa.eld lutul ... FMrimty I II I II
DATIO at 0.1..11. COwlS. Still I Illwl Tulwt
do. to enunciate his And he ha 204 S. E, First Street. -Ala.N.a .fR .4651
poll planning groups. Mr Johnson, as vice president Mil My of NmwmMr tool O.puly (|" nIMFAI.I
vice has cern cies. 'been assigned by the President found himself without the 137'51 111.:HAIRY 331 so I.s.IINKIft, I(sot> it'iiiti:t.", soIa't'tM'eINeMMtaNttt'eet'e'ettla'aNltt I I .
Die! president aNetltl'i. .......' ...t li awy.I1'....,...,........A.Stlfa'f. .ala. +ttflNa'tK. NI'ltttMett.VrtMt'rK. V IP'C4tt'ttt'e. .. ..' w.ii..W ._...... .Iaye.IeDI. to NNa'a'eNTt4IRN/'ett.' rill"PaM S V'artltt V to. Nt.R'11 c.'Coij''
well defined constitution. - - -

es and over statutory the Senate duties.He He serves pre AT i

ithsonian the board Institution.of trustees He of acts the I' i fi

mmittee chairman on of Equal the President's Employ.I ly {ff PT' 1 pr GULFHARDWARE

nt Opportunity. He is a stal Is',
Iry member of the National JJ
urity Council He Is chair I Vj

111 of the National Space
But beyond these and a fever

specified duties a v 1 Ice i I Mr1oN w.ru CLIP., THIS..--COUPON-

sident is no more and no _-.-... AMa
'! than what the President alas I TEFISN ',tF
him to be. He has no auority I
over any federal de
Irtment. He. has no controler Stainless
the f e d e r a I budget. Hclies NO SCOURING NEEDED !
not make or enunciate

For a man whose political' I '5

'aces flow as freely as Ct,3 qt.r .
,hrey's the Job could be Hum-I sA:

rating, One Washington MIXING BOWL '
ut It this way Will success tor. 994

Silence Hubert Hum p hrey' I ,AYCi PAN y t J.., a M.JL. M ..., b .... ",.. ltll'
[lie answer seems to be "Yes",. d.... If.ndy wiw fdr .illn, h Y.d anodl.r
..... ..I.d..

Shortened 5 t, f P ;d ,Ceupoe Good There. Frl. Set., Dec. 10. 11 12. 1964 Only

Course For ; COMPLETE 95

t ,tt %edl I1PC.

ROTC DueA SET 1 111q


six week field training
'iiirse beginning this summei '+ a Nt COVER .
lilt serve as a substitute for WAGON
le first two yean of the Re- I 1 ni ,
erve Officers Training Corps I Iv tOTH ? I ad+ Q (

rogram at the University of I '
lorlda. I fromBoys'Girls1 2.19
The new training Course will ; -4t-1i aa1LlIT TRICYCLES

rant students who did not :
moll In ROTC during their'
!eshman and sophomoreears I -___; -

to begin officer training !a a Here i.today moM practical cookware *(. Cooks without annO10" SIC 700 ROLL FAST
11 their junior year. It Is de- I ing scoring, cleans without m uy scouring th.nk..o DuPootl
gned to> compress the course + amazing Teflon Yn. cook with or without fats or oils, bode
the first two
iari'quirements Iv r .t' woa'I tuck to the lupcr oink Teflon turftcf. Clean with juttludty ar 8188 BICYCLES'
t 12" siic
The new\ program, started CLEANS LINE MAGIC! cloth, no Krubbtn' or scouring nt dt
nder this \ ear' new ROTC

italizatlon roughout'most of the Viet\the,country Is 250 beginningt colleges which y TEFL individual TEFLON utensils available 16" size 10.67 '32.99

ffer ROTC.
It will be especially adaptale r
""\ -
for the increasing numberf .
, junior college!! students into flfr ,,, .
country who ire transferig I flaw I.lOT. I.

to four year ,institutions,'riM te' fe a 0T. 4 i tSMJCS
f ST. a 0' a' 4r tAlt dt a 1
ay ROTC officials. issue COV1M sews aces MftUf IWTCN oven
Applications are now being ,Mr
ccepted for enrollment In the ? $4 $6 $4s 6 _s I PI
,'rogram at the University ollonda I $3'5 $4 $559 .. '

( I > jt. ,r .
Family Size TEFLON Coated ,_ _'e 'y .. apt + '
Hand Chorus!
I; a1a.u. !' TEFLON Skillet ". ,, "'

Concert Set

At "'e wood JOy." .

Hlgb ..
Westward Junior
With Griddfo
hooI', band and chorus will Skillet -
ombine with the schools or- 7IFION' CoatIng Saut. Pan with smooth I.

hestra for a joint concert c-ki.{. w ..aMmlh w/d. ".. _III .. ....... ail .... tiara .. ..1..1 .w .., TEFLON Surfaco
tiursday .l I p m. at the school _h-..,'...... T.1Mwtw.L4 ,_" ,-.1-__ cry ails .... _arLa r 1
'uditorium 010,11 Iu.wlt, ae he In. .... .M t .,. 1...K .t5er .... -..-.= TIlt ,rlidl5.rafrd..... .. .. w11M aaa50Is' ... "'-
.... ...... ... ...... = ... "a T. ,
-::""" Pal ""-.1: l/a.a w aNlll whir ba4. ....... dG A t.aaPM. .
The band and iburue are nnr r .M. wabdt4 ,..,.,. raw ::00- wrdrNrr ewt! .... ........ fa.wla .rltl.4aid...... ,. ..... 1. -
the direction of Joe JohnHI -:v .Islas' ally alrp.a aa 4a. To/.... ...... CJo_ w uNl.... T........ lydra. ,Mau aril,,,,, ,M..a.l..al oars
music teacher at west-'+ daaa. M'l'$loss w" "KKSYf's' $S.9S M+r tNt1a. .., ..t e/.i.Maa so slir1... 3-PIECE FIREPLACE ENSEMBLE by ,..,it."
'ood. The orchestra it under : fs;ueTtiire1 anM .2.1! .., ;...'S

,In. Dorothy D. Reaves, music I'y c_ $C.9S afar wteer. Fire Screen, '29 95 SOLID '

cache on the staff of the counr :i Andiron, Fir Set BRASS
board of tnstrurtioo:
I TIFLON' Coated I1YzGrlddl.. No need to scour this pan, ever

Yule Trt.-s ; '- because food never sticks USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE

I5v the Millions ::1 ,"

( million Christmas trees will ,
''' -
.dd gllter to lilt American bofray r nseer
toe Agrtuttvt ..._
season this jear .... '
Depvtnent predicU. I, sG; TtMON ,..."...{

Most ol CX trees will come J .
domestic forest and plait '. H/a'a Iltr bIaJr bwlrt a.a.a i'. 112 .... ......' ,..,.,. s Wilt .
TOI Maim 'but .bout fjtjm ma b* : '-'" ....paid.e.......... ... ..... .We ."tat ..;. w.oJW. TEFLON' 1O-fnch flY PAN HARDWARE"
..... ... nr5 1IYrf
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Mtiqfu ,...... L.. ..l+f I. elf e n551. W.. -
The drgnrtment acid a sisrot ... A ...... 5dLe 55 .... TAMso artrr r .. ....... A..La to II eawdl. ,
tree lake M snuck Muart a :r l0 515" ....,I .{ ...... a.-. .......: f...4..r: ..: "- GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER PHONE FR 2.0032'ctdaSl.e
may ; ;:
i : +.aw.5a. + ... .- { OP FREE PARKING.t eI
of water daily M keep Scab .. .. .C.$1" ALWAYS
i. .......... $2.69 +.. e.t.qswaisdl..rse/lw.r/
and fre-rauuitt after Mi _.151. r W r a J ____ .1 a.-aM c'-
first brought indoors t .

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GUARANTEED MEAT Sun' 4rmMlln Travel* a treamatI FwM IwvkMI

QUALITY 7 4 PKlll'Iorl'' NotlCM

December '7, 1964 t ".... T* O*'And
ADMITTED: Thing* T* Sw

y Our ultra-modtm new Jockionvill Meat Berne I. Brach L e "II i .J.
4 Worehous will provide vast quantities of fine
'. ; ,u !,. '" a-'t < <' ,;,, steaks, chops and roost from the prlrnt producing demons Kenneth E. Witt,' AUTOMOTIVEMAlrplme
y ,; N : s : ; S eras In the nation for the famillciA&P I Jane Chi ceo, Frances M. ..
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""r rr, serves In Florida portion of Georgia and Dobbs, Bessie W. Markham, ltlllTITrucki I
"' 1' a:,," : r, ,+ South Carolina The traoti or* carefully In. Jaime A. Chaftez, Etta C. 7p Truck tor WHIM Me i
iptcttd end checked for quality by A&P'iown
I i ,/ ,r. ,' 'k ? q'' Inspectors, a Federal meat Inspector ll rr.a. Barkley, Jeraldine Hooten, Herbert N Tractor 4 Truck RtnMiII I
regularly stationed at the plant Such quality r KImmel, Stella B. Ro b- Trailer RwittttN I
w control mures A&P customers: of fine tender iAl a VT' I Motorcycle! 4 ....
'}; b l 4 N' erts, Dolores Ellis, Cornel u a : I
and s7s M AgtomoDII apart
cuts they are stored and carefully f1- g aa?
, bxy; + a r'r's l' 's, '. "R frigerated areas until It Is ready for shipment ;, L r = Weber all of Gainesville; Iva U AutonwbllM tx lilt,
6 to our itores J, ', aaa rrr I II' D. Clyatt, Lake Butler F I 11.: N Fortlgn, 4 atom Can
!.i 'Evle C. Posey, Hawthorne; 11 Autsu WOIIIod

If" '' Frank Stokes, Archer; S u.y
.t AND GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR, YOU CAN ; '' s, R. Wainwright, Keystone
'I i SEE IT YOU CAN fASTI IT. "Super- b ,S { ''t Heights: Walter Haynes Archer .
Right'/ quality that A&P promises starts long r ;; Fla.; Maggie Scot t, II Schools 4 ImtrvdkmIt
'II t? .i :, + ; before you see It In Iti* store, It begins with >, Mmlc. OmlngW '
Fla. Darlene Y.
fjli 9 es '" w" vl % ",'h "K pl A&P selections In the notion's top packers. I Evlnston, ; WMiteoVlnttnctlon
I H You know their names. They know Super- I Massey Lake Butler, F 1 a.:
x In, 4 Right s" strict quality standards and every tE + Neona Austin, Hawthorne: EMPLOYMENT
t pound of beef, pork, veal, lomb, and poultry {a a r Lena L. Brlnson Chl I Ie (and; 11 'tmile,, Htll WHIM
mutt measure up Our buyers know that If y 11 Milt Nap' WontM
A&P can't guarantee the meat It sells It Is not }. Tilden W. Roberts, Waldo; Fr II HtlD-Mtle, or ftmOtM .
"Super-Right quality YOU MUST BE SATIS- Ida McCormick; Alachua, Fla.; fain' Clip" WHIMII
FIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK. LIla E. Still WIlUston.DISCHARGED Work Won"" ,.....
: U.Work wanted MaW
Nathan Walker. Jessie Beach,

and baby boy, Carrie Hill,
Fosie Davis, Carole Patterson, M firm IqulpmentV
Bonnie Kuntz and baby boy; Pad 4 PertlllarM
Llvntock 4
Middle Paul Farmer, William Queen, .ftippllMIt
lendtuplnf To* loll
ROAST Cut 69Jane Batty Smith, Glen Taylor. N Pats 4 IvppIlM
December I.196'
Mr. and Mrs. Joel B. Cha .
tel, 612 NW 10th Ave., a boy: Monty t* UMMMorlgign
Mr. and Mrs. Bailous D y k es,
A 1 at I1,, 727[ NE 11th Ave., a girl; Mr. It Money WoetdMERCHANDISE
'i CI01e and Mrs. Claudio Chicco, 283-
'" STEAK 89C Corry Village, a boy; Mr. and

' Ttr Mrs. Jerry F. Brown, Newber-
dl Wonted I
'f 7, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Acl'enklns M Mocnlnory 4 Tool
.- Rt 3 Box 324 a girl; MBulldlnt MoterlelsM .
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Young, 808 HnuthoK, Goods
Special "SUPER-RIGHT" i PORK LOIN SLICED PORK NW 5th Ave., a boy. M AnllquMM
ADMITTEDVirginia MIK. Per sale
3 Ann Rowell, Mrs. a truing' Post
.t Fuel OH 4 Wood
Jane Parker Over A Fruit & Nuts tell R. Roebuck, Gloria J. 70 ..... Merlne' lqul/
CHOPS 49 ,Dykes, Ruby Lee Jenkins, Paul n Camp Hunt FIM
2it-: ,I. Turlington, Magaly Care la, n OHIc IqulpmentRMuilul .

FRUIT CAKE Lisa Jackson, Valarie Young, MorchondlM
'Donald K. Brooker Shlr I. J

Inn Hester Rachel Anderson, REAL ESTATE FOR SALEm
"SUPER-RIGHT" "SUPER.RIGHT" SMOKEDPICNICS "SUPER-RIGHT" all of Gainesville; Susanne R. Mobil Homtt far Web ,
Thin Sliced WillIams, Roxanne Williams LOll far l $ Quality Western Williston; Mildred Brown, MWittrfront Property
LB. 31 H..... tar fats"
5 399 LUNCHEONMEATS ewberryj Abe Jasper, Louis M Collapse for lilt

CAKE I Silverman, Ocala; Thelma T. W (... I".,. l.eII.....
PORK LOINROAST Fry, Waldo; Patricia Da I ley, M sea (stale WHIM
r It Out *t Town Prop arty
Williston.DISCHARGED 40 .u.,.... Proptrtlt
GI\ I Kenneth Witt, Kathryn Warren 41 ktildmtltl 1 Incomt
ANN ? r' 'to 8 LB. i n 27' 42 Firm 4 Acrttg
-1f't- and baby boy, Wanda Powell
45 LD. 41 Colored, Property alas
KETCHUP. > . Bottle I Average I COOKED SALAMI LIVER LOAF and baby' boy, Llnnle Parker .
EXCEL Plum Rose Imported Danish Conned SPICED LUNCHEON PICKLE John Ford. Smy Wainwright -
14 PIMENTO LOAF : Gerald Keith, Dreama RENTALS
MIXED NUTS c: 69c Bacon $1.99 Sharon Herbert 4,l Colorad Properly ....,..
. Can f..2 lb. can Mix 'em or match 'em Sharp, Davis 44 Cottigtt Jar Rent
'immel, Charles C Below, Ma-
KING PORK Headleis &
CHUN Whole DressedWhiting 49 Furnlihtd' Apti.
I vls Garrison, Etta C. Barkley, 44 Unturnlihid Apt. *.
;, CHOP SUEY .I.b'01 aII'lICl.' 99'CHUN or 491 . .sib. box 89c Cent Lauber, Paul Turlmgt n, 47 Stows Jar Rant Funs.M

KING CHICKEN ((2S.rvnjii! ,) Half Cep'n John s Frozen reeded 4 6-OZ. 89 I Magaly, Mae Garcia C. Hendrix., Douglas Powell 4, Roomt HOUIM tor for Mint Cain Unfvm,

PKGS. M Mobile Homtt
CHOW MEIN . . . 69C' Shrimp . to D:. pks. SSe \ POLICE, FIRE REPORT II MIK. Canter
Accident I1A Wands T* Rant
Roundup M loirotrl Won...
Special! JANE PARKER ANGEL FOOD CAKE or I Involved in accidents reported M OHIci' Dull IwtM
.. ...... .-. .. .-- ,
the Gainesville Police
by lullntll Pistols
: : r : Department and the Ala c hua
i'ql I I I County Sheriff Office duringthe
Peach PieSpecial past 24 hours were: SIRVICI
I J : Jt spade! a5vlcssn
EACH STAMPS Johnson S. Kerr 816 SE' 4th H_ ,..._........
i tve. and Peter C. Belford, Tolbert -
MtJMt 4 TV ItrvktU
: Wllti' IMl Coupes end IK* turcnu, '"> l I'; WIN Mil Coupon end the pureh.it, el j a .
M Hall, at 6:1t: p.m. Tuesday Appumc' 4 FumlturtWANTAD
COLD STREAM I .-... *tl,. !, j Awe Feie low Col.* le ..... '.1. .i i ir at SW 12th St. and 4th Ave.

i Pepto Bismol . 98c :: i it I" Italian Dressing 25c i I Ann Z. Allen, 14 Fraternity

....... IONS. ..I.JA7i 111144., : ION'.. I JAX. 11.'11-44 tow and a parked car, at 3:30:
i I c. S o4 "' DKmbw! :;I Coupon .. nroutn' s5.. Docimbor 11 It: RATESPH.
1LB. 49'35c p.m. Tuesday at 1800 S. MainSt.
Pink Salmon CAN l !!!!.:'!!!!,l ;!L..J ,ibm; !; !!j 378-1411

Casper Rappenecker Jr., 1707
NW 7th Place and Michael B.
Gerberi Strained Chicken of the Sea Light Chunk forClomfied

Baby Food . .6 ]Jars 6Sc Tuna . .6Yl oz. can r f Z arIBIIIIS1qI3iIr3I Ujl 1 r :..auiual.a:uiie iij' 3:10 Eldlin: pm., 13 Tuesday Fraternity at Row.W. University at- OnlyDEADLINIS
+ Ave and 6th St.

Ail Flavors Valley Gold Celbeck =i50 Jtfll PlAID ..I: I 1I &bI PLAID '11: Sally R. Pensabene, 4204 NW

Frozen Drinks .6 D=. can ]10c Corn Meal. . ,5 lb. bag S7c :!! STAMPS "I i IitI STAMPS lachua 19th Place, at and 12:30:Ina pm.E. Benton Tuesday ,- ,_. Din. ,... ...,. -
I I wim wu (mm "M ..., "''Nfl... d Ii I WIHl Ihli Cou... one lilt u 4 Day tan's nWi."
eurdUM of at NW 13th St and 16th '
Ckete S4..Um ..... Ile : Oaths
rVaHWI HOUM With GIas/Coff.. Percolator Mortars f ,Instant Coffee. .1 I 'II."""... ..... If. Ave. Pop 0dII 11 .. In lull.
1.05 ( papsn
$ I I'I
:i I"| Ii I Sadie Hare, 1013 NW 13th St. II.. "III. ....
Coffee $1 1.99 Frozen Pot Pies 99c i .. Peanut Clusters 3Sc
. 1.lb. s s oz: .1): ; :
II. ZONt I JAX 1M144CWPM .... 'or 0dII ..
.. Cou paM "'-i 10'. Oocmbir It and Grace A. Straw 4025 NW ..... y H Man p.otMinunom
too* Iknweli II' OK nWr II lONt I JAJ(. I
IMi44f I
20th Ter., at 1:10 Tue
Laundry BelochClorox Sunihln I J': I : pm. ( M 4 .ftm.

i i=Gal. Plastic Jug 39c Hydrox Cookies i lib. Pka 47c L !!!!--!-= :---... ...._...... !!: _..JII day 13th In SL the Fire 1500 Calls block of NW


,.... ....... At 10.54 p.m. Tuesday, a t 1 In srsis. ........... ale .pn.a .
-- --"-
l iii iir.JVUfIP"'IWI" house fire at 1616 NE Sib Ave. In..rtl.ty .......... III Poe
II Damalles.100.. d '_lone ......_ 179 .iyIs
i I At 7;50 a.m. Wednesday, i "*""" ........? w an
ALL PURPOSE flooded heater at 203 SE 10th
: 1ww St. Damages $25.Turkeys'. Tots Oitrftplyintj __
'a' s WIM pea tw.ew M ty ,,""III II tea Caws 5w the -- N ,i; iia Plot. Itrttr Mil wtrtt lint..,i|n,*
4 c... H" '"' 500.5. numMr IIPoont ,ka.artl./aA
\ w.. ..::. t.o, "" Awe Mare ..... '_ saw 'i

Dog Food t!:' 98. I.II.ck Pepper .351 : j
.. ... .
I ,_ ,:'. ........ .... __ 11 N C.wry .IONS. tan.at I JAX. -111144B 0.IJ :; Fame Is 8
r 5 I. : I Mama S MM* trttotry typt

I. iM.'MrHtKne> > :_*:*.:.>.?.;.:.>*..!-*.. SpreadingWASHINGTON 12 point

Soma II I tnt* ..... tM

._.. .... (AP) Turkeys -
,- ----- ....-..-.--.. 18
:iii l : r. a:m'l1fflPIAID are becoming popular ..... Pointy
throughout the world, the M 4 .
Agriculture sy s
YELLOW COOKING 00 so&bt I ; 1!, Department says.
s.LB. D'= E : I'ntil recently the favoriteU.S 24 Point
"liiI STAMPS *
3 1z. holiday fowl
.} ON ION I 5 BAGS altell.' .. CwSw sad ey ,5rche.r ;! 1,- WIlli wy. tw.w w .. ...- II .': unknown and onavilabl was in most *tm* 0 I bass ores. ,?.

1/aa1.. Ct.el. l'.... .... A.. rase I.M llac'-9 parts of the world. Few people
Hair Spray 98c I' Preserves 1-lb. jar 39c !; outside the three major produc- 36P15arm.
WHITE ; ii, big nations the United

REGULAR s.u- :::.throws f ,AX Mw, ta/5.d o.-w 11 : .Seery .ZOOOI.. tan.ew t .lAIC...,...1Uf ft.nml.r \I aP.Kaf SlJiles. Canada and U II I tedKingdom II r ia05 ........, type
3 : I : had tw tasted tur-
i E 5 lAGS ____ key the department
0 =-
1 .
POT A :: Since IKt.. when the U. lieaa "eow-wsy'- Sar-ae 5r..users.. ..y5 ee-w

.a AOti active market development .ae5 ead aa.. ,w else .

AND TURNIP 1l satin Oil h lhrd'S,. ::rtLOAy oaG. o.c.w.aae yar.01M / efforts abroad sales have run So-Oasis waq-/mar M amen.seer. r05oo .
MUSTARD and new countries have been M any 5,1 w..
I fRESH 19c .' ;<1. r" Fine lifts fifer 611 : t added to the market Ib ,nrnn.q. M?5.M 55 taw-i ...-r

lUNCH '" 'A' A 11Wm a pcvat wA eoo._. ..tGREENS Zed JjCLM The department said that the -So --w-a... moe'N ..
U. S. foreign turkey trade risMg -, lilt ___ ww Mns
M... Ilaw sharply from
about r mO-
.. / Med.. T lion pounds b 1961 --- Man nlarv.eWWjna
." acorn gains .-..-- t.
I I a/llllS/ ta fiscal year 0(4 when -
,' I' .
...... II nations ...--. .
t H j ,." I bought about 31 gut- -- --.. -
HI Q I j j T--. boo pounds of U. S. tntMnt- .-. --..-M --
a per an joy
u turkey. -

Widnitdoy, Decet' b.r 9, 1954 Gatr .ivll! Sun 29 ;

LOST tr FOUND I Boey Sitt.... Child C... 11 101.1. Help W.std7xlil'r4"DyIRTtD SALLT
" HELP WANTED 12 Male Holt 21 11....... 6 Up llM 12 Mobile Hemei Per S.leNORTHWEST 1} LOTS '
..... m.Ml. M t-ntL to 5'p' C.II "OU E'EEpUI W.n'H' Whil. .r-oicrtt, LMo LOU' LOI," r.I II.
... No age eiHormca ooo .>... nood U woman M CALL ASTIR II ,oM. Fttvei DOtTarMl III 10.0.CorriM W 13th It. **nchi>HM. -
.'lic_ end While COCSMhMlal. ...... I .ha. PHONE Oilry Permw mt* Ito TRAILER SALES
loon WOULD LIKI tt ; n small i i eon e wood. Ifortfcg MEN'S & BOY'S WEAR PR mama. ".. 7'3 Km, I. W. of Golnowlll I
Reward Call fI' blest child In my no",, Sly.. cm uliry N ClotS par hr Call ro hove M knmodiote, opMlne! toM r --- .17:11: Call' oiusnItretctt Trn WIlds, load NI. C.II tn.MARY.
slurs '..M.,0uND FR 62820. l t-Utt nrtwron t 4 I. PM. oupOfloncKI -', 4 lev ;''OOTIDU'IIIIINelD Al Salts long 11607(11 MOELLER. REALTOR

IMALL molt block 4 tALISLADY for Wear ...... Salary IOU tt MOper honors Mitlm ATTENTION TTlIMIN ion w. Unly. A... PR 14471 L.
Oraparv Copt ..... Al Hordm .... tut.til homo-grown rains tt mlHmlt CONNOLLY
Terrier NW _II.... HOI month plin, bonui. Apply 1ft t Apply
brow iMCi.oi
II I FEMALE allot aiporlonca mcnury. Mutt .. by ml.Wg roTni with,, CPA 10 OWNS e., lot.
collar but .. legi. Owns pi.... HELP WANTED know how tt Hauro, cH-ananr yoor.M plow to WIlIOO Dt ettttsh'tsp. II 4111 ICX Tre Hand( CIVIC tupplamini MKIIO' Mon-a ...... Inc t 4 I IM X Mo Me prlvllige. torbMtint

!!. r for aitlam work Paid vocation. ATTENTION MENI matt oconomlcol awrce el bMroorn moblla homoi. Many and 11th'... Ml SIR IWait 'I
- KITCHSN ... ..... .
HtLP WANTED. oooiy rollromMt pita group hott'lllllltlon W. Haw eeenlngi tor I man. Op.Ini protein, Itnor .. I yaor H. Terr. VHIBI

4 PMSONAUZiD SERVICE ill(.JZ.m. '. O',.wvllia Nursing and Hit mwranco provld WANTID technician' ,IXPIIICNCIO.,..,' hava .....'-0 TV f PN IW11Iy Le a S lu.raul artli PMX' Oolnoovllli er A''...... r/I OIVO G.Ivlll.out IN.M y. 3 U.1Ults L M,South PA' r.. lOT" MIN ertee t.1*.
Apply M Ollborgi.'M nollonil 1 /
ont parmi i ttm corporallon lit NW Ittfi It. ,
PINCER hart Individually do.iiemd In eotor TV lot Mlary t-o' .MII te nun. from Oiinoovlile with ae
W. .
Unlvonlly Ayg Th.t le a pormonMt InN II you 311100 ... .'01
for men giamoraui 1 fig. COCKTAIL WAITRESS woo*. held.5000. tt Ion 4 jOllnoivlllo cm tt Lab o Alto now .bAssO to
.... Clll your tl.ura conwltont 0. ** Thirsty Sun.WATCHMAKER ...lIty. too Mr. Oaodv nil I te NWNn If TWO ......... t Wan old, bothmorai L... tanta ,.. Down payment

Ann .Zlirumrman 171-Siri ovaninge. olio ; iuSvnjfy MERRY CHRISTMAS Meal. worklncondlllonti V II.or mominm Wodnotdoy t to avonmg le AM boyi ,tlJ_"ouch" Ono Admiral bndt and Mob. ana!. WYATTTrailer Ml with Im' ,oil.Ml at Plume til -4.; .wimno )

LI ARM TO DIIVI EXPERIENCED CURB GIRL ,li tuurod win, the fin* committloni mold bo oiperlenc. ...-..., 411.l-m. ,
Hconto M Tuckor M Sain Holp
laid have ---- ---
Alr-cond. Duel Control. CmIpoclal Apply IK DtrMI to you urn "','.. the $05514 PONY Sales 14 Waterfront Property
J. M Piotdi
Jowalry' Orpt .
lltontlon ttnarvoue Humply Dummy |gleiinnl.W '. CttrlttmM __ Writs Avon ...1'105. J. o r ncl It.-. tar chiMrM, or cvttlnf cowl.
ond tidorly' 0 ... ... OOMMVIIII Pie. or GROCERY ...... Roved. .assn PI.n 515th.' C. W. Horvoy IK, | Iw tt-A' Homo ofPotomokor Lo\KURO"T LOT Mar Jon.. ...
EASY WAY DRIVING I SCHOOL WANTED tapsrl.ncd ..."..... COU M 14411.U DRIVE-IN _"" Ie' 51101. h..I1. Arthsr. PIN aa. Moblii. Homoond > P1L UIOO IJGI 0000 lit ,...
LI Hats of ".. 3711002KUi .1 ht all NISI' MANAGER TRAINEES Control community' Conprintar v. Malta, Alr'lroMOoawr < Call Owtsr SIP
L..ry' ""'ou'III' WANTED operator, Immtdloii op TraysTraller.. 11 ...1.'UIIt'MOM'.
IN KUU SNAUIY I SALON tnl W. Un""' Avo. Mole Hilp W.... Mild, tt to N lot manager wa155,111NM onlnai. TM tun-Joumil" Irookyilli .. 10 PETS 6 SUPPLIES DNs's. Flrll M1ill' |
Sooty M liMlootAH Joc._', M n,' Flo. CHI "oe' 74-,171. 111.01 1141 1
with 4 ,., At tuwonnoa .
mouih of
work l d MA I ellu S sy otnp.4h ,
guMwiMdPorm. IMy llvo-M md for Ma Iliver 'nr'" 5IY4.Mary .
cars vacatlM and elhor TURIIDOar .
IS 05 Momnt it I /a5L Old TRACTOR SALESMAN51er15M1l Market PoW VOCATIONALLY lev" tNI14rt15 1510rS Large f I*. CCI eamoieie.ly I
up by III UII.MPino.
14 .. U.... .... 3/2 1I'lt ;... room od ......e. chm Mr petition' trlnal bonotin, WHM qutllllad. lift moy Indlciti 5 pnlinllcortar. aid Phono PI Htl), Ho. tumlined ttrai 11....._ .-.. |
0.'v"'O by ....... HI M Avenue. Aptly IIS FLORIDA MOTOR 4j QUIP. CO. Protor ....,,101I mm let Milor compony will odd. COM tt Mlt 4 tro... water ''NNInOnd.N15lo'S '
.., IHIPHIKO, AKC train.od
MIl I. M.I" St.R lima employment Iy. four RIM Mliwli-f loll ..*> FEDERAL QUALITY parodlM. Wymon
tar oorloncod otlMtant twit end parMnM. Iniorviawi.IMlry I Pomolo. I yoir aid. looMnomo HOMES INC T.....,. Phone PM t-1111 Live.
m 5 wook. and too Clll J/JMI .bltwOM I end
manaeorl o..k. F''..
Mortlad mM aootl .
...._ minagon unot PM .OPM......... MISS .. heKIMM r PM. _10 N w. DM II Oolnoovlll coottrucCed
M,. lulvMw, >4t M Htll WoU J""HM I, MerMODI fLU'HOUIi tlrongly'
CTotsay wow Contact ,'_'.. Call Mtnagortgtl. CHIHUAHUA puppwt I wooklOM "..... building, 41'.W main'
"'Pli L I Pill' 08. Jacktone Mineit Mo'-.'. UK PR til I Monchoilor, I I I NOM IPACI'AVAH M 5 4f kitchen Miot'
\ 1'1 1 l4 NW Hlh Ava. In ponon. moll 4 I tonulo tit oath I All IP room
5'NEV a lor wlls .. ... PirtjMIIOI and tioroeo Move tt your
ANI 1 ORLC ATT5ACTIVP051TIOI NI. C.N 55 .JIll sotli SPM. .' MANN Homo
CLAIM AND IIIVICI WORK .w... sMl. NNI III sppoara15. I'll I1IS .nor 1 .... a Norm on MI .bIsr law coil houtlne/ Oolnoavllli >
.tl.tUT'O"t R 105 71st. high SMSIrad.. 51an food chiractor itoady work., tsOpportltlly '- (norm O NnrrN' Mar. loot Cnio Palm. Point. Nownoni -
ACROSS it. Ct ghoit AN' L R 0 M. I II N wa.1155, ,;11'S'' 5703111>>rfor 21:'r.1 Uylll.wvoll. Clll ParMnna tt )ttol Mani HOptr .. tALI Mrd-doe I morauall.........bradpolnMr Itmonlhi 1'.1'"lUrOXi IpoahNnol/Lola. Cell rl 4t far
1. of musical 29. MelfSI. old Phase P 11 WJOLGillMAN you kuv MO M Ml loS
R U t. w tN. t T !. ornn\\ I tt 11 A M. tua"Ity In Mobi H_ Appto* WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD
sound Olnlmrntt "..... k.ltt ImuC ,"' HUD puPnUfc twki. M "unit to. chew tram,
IIn'" AND A 151555. THI liberty H. log Iroktr, ootollilnl mIAKI
6. Withered 33. Fxtendd T ET E. II N I I TILl_ Call$ L.11 City 712-:191.: anal ownin .... AKC: roe. will fwd t, I SAL It .,eih. up W I" PIOPIITIII _AII-
lL Wo a.= and toip till Xmoi. Mlcanopy4M1MI .... *05.11511.1 -
11. 34. ..111 II 'I'M. oral :: I No. of -
Foreign Scot cap AD. M J 0 R S man attir I M or woMandi.CMI n. 1..5'

U.White 35. Ballad A. M L N I B "III 0 It II 7 agai H 4 ol will dmre i ConorIn SLACK MACiWtlatorS ':"" M.I/NIs. NIOtr101. WI"II
poplar 36. Istanbul taioi. Our tiortine uiiryIIM '. _''', MC 10.. VA A Port) Manor. IS H...... lor SticAmilwr
1 O 0 D P b Ii T I N I II RESERVE LIFE por wk. Clll Pll a-IUI toroppt Vt-tttM itur I P M.
14. ilcblutlS.Cilni foreign INSURANCE COMPANYIna _. tars -' to ....'. OP; YIxriu1SElI7l71GTRT.
P1(1 I SI. I lotus. 511.' 155111.
brother 37quarterd D t Co E. R G T L f- etiOlscavl I6-W"k Wa.tod ,.....1. Pvpeni, tar ,.% witch, end ittck.PP. .. BOILT 500u11. P515 551504 5'4.Is. .
HAS :: 10111:;
of Florida ......, laail lahnpltal. ..., Pmt. 1130 PL
17. Ardor 39. Oceanic L E 1 D S t A. E N S 5115. .omIM glsdalloinI" In WOULD ,*. tt hovl I loa II Imla.d till* OS YTIR PUPOIM, t mot. I OUR BUSINESS" _P. ....19.

18.Spir 41. AmerlCa0 modKol Su gicoo. In- 5.. |ny of crowtl mvretMiy S days a 5551. N will milo Ul I tonule ML AKC ; -' UMiillMI Mvrk' ...''n" la
39.: Mail BeIUDp SOLUTION OP YISTIXDAY PUZZU coma protKtiM sad t full Una at do tnit pml M wool Wr1 ..,. Phons 21..111 N II" 1551515104. S/rrmN. pIstoM1tN15ts. BAIRD MOBILE sn55r _..true.1ooIV'm"' \ ,,,,
alb Inwroneo cayofaea la plantram or a..trond cotton. 551' MM MIL eood Sat IN I.'..... AM yoir Marolar't
21. AchIeved 43. Pour off Wanderer I.Argue S.t1, 01 ......,.. t.paldar In- Crrwol ........dory oo M aooulir _MILL cioon Mw. Iran_typo. II h,. eoe.'_Phono PIQ.OH.XMAI "" HOMES towh to till fiw a by chaodniyour
22. Wedgeh.ped 44. Rectify 4 Sun disk and will ncrvlt 5 limltodrumWr nowl Simple itiichat "' _11. d*. Own .,..... Whin MIL III,.,.... PUPPIII = Roody tt eo.Xmoi. color Kiwmo now Coll
41. : 9. Scholar II 01511 to comototo gut ...... Parr oi trontlor bill Moo Htvon TruMr, Pork. UJC Whlta Side end Apr ltd II OCOI' Lloyd Vyrlrt. holllW Vt-UH
Strong Heraldic I Fr. NIN.Apolkad. la M-MCKMI wtor 51.50131110.
24. Bone tloni.Ihirly4lva. .!-'n! AM_ toy eoodlia.' AKC rrg Phone ft- Mats tPHIBt Jet II 4 44> IOCINTLY rotalho 2 55.;CCI
guita ID. ProoCruil.er I. mutt M snip tl and emit In colni. for milputtrn 4AMINIATUII 415.0. UOI 40 0014 Ira Ins,
25.OweaDOWN Singing ImltgcHoni III Ul TODAY of III rat ..... 15.1
6. mark .... II Scketile ft 50,11.5011
a unotr II yoon of tat II conn tar lock
Pemoronlin mole' irmee .
26.Mudow for a *) that will oitlih yaw 05501 and 5505505 11551.ASSlh.
1. Shipworm I. Must hivo t burning dlllro fo 5111110r tiKIm" molllni and :
12. Long tilled In color AKC. level chlKton and yw many kri M CHriihinonott A_ 15.04 on 051 1.145.oil
barter 2. Wood tarn tie a diy with' our doyiid mciM hindllna. Und to LotroWhoolor. .UIINUI COLLIGI ..... NW thIN It.
monitorli.Hdr ,loom Gllnatvlllo tun N_ .> HOWlHAL IIIA1I CLAM 11. 47tl44t M yn contiiHMut
27. Society bus torrel hair doth I. MOON: : monthly euirontotd oom.Inei Stan Dopt. P. 0.1s 141.. OldCntltM CLAItllNOW CHIIITMAt' loogll pupplol. I wet H_. tuiinoti, In No'tn pionto

19. to mow who eulllly wim tpoimtiil union Now Soot II, N V. POIMINO UOINNINOUl ... kooeoe 11 ..... .... I yr. BUTTS MOBILE LASSITERREALTY
Sherry of IM la tun per Print Mainly' PATTIIN NUMIIR Lmon ",.., 1..'.. lyoning ...... J_..' Konniii Key-
S It J j. 0' I e J If 22. Clique month NAMI AOOIIII and 1ONINlw tit W. uniy. A. PI ".!WI. none Huehi. *. II. I lo n HOMES, I INC.NW .

S3.Vapor25.Pronoua .I Man Mteclod will' bo stout alflce iMMoni POI It"1 to ,,,/"m. Its-hot dmiinlmorl manovorl HIUH OCMJOLel _Phono 471-4tM.It DID II, .! UK It.4I .
//4 /It 1, and flood trolnlnf by OHptrwncodCompany home. .. _>oi. AmerbjMKMW. N. II lily llmlli.Opm .
pinonnal 15 CI I 0 dine, brol...Plus,. dolly I 'III'.10.......""n.land. am MConll P. O t- IkMI JoMOMviie MINIs H...... fee Sal.MOST I AM to I PttCLOMOIUNP POUR MDIOOMS I MINI noir
I. I. ii' 27. Death woand Khoollnf .In point* .to- tor now NoMlKrift Cllolot.VALUII tie 39114Real y| J, I. ."Y. Ctntril _'. Nice
28. Regulated cotrd .11...., In Ploridi or : ,11o".lIh trot __
la IINOLI, taM ot
OoortlaAutomoWU" Estate bxamCoumo INNOMlS MAIHIIO OK 0
PATTIIN1 III d>,lu... now Chilli
17 N N 2t Nn. I. nocnury.Thoia Par land W M root IrolMri I : .wT. :"' 115 TWO SUDIISOMCCI MID, oakrrquof
Book bog'''''' axMrll wag' N im tr ouHit' li
Maritime mwf mv I mm _. '
L wiKtod bight M Cants nowl j ATTINU hll ,latoM me.m ". all PUSNIINID.Paymola nnori. 100'''' Only
I t IJ ,30. Make Into n11hf'ly. : N.y Ills it. cut manIPIIDWIITINO COMPLhOsLy, 155t 4 Lxi than U* par
M15r 4101 0>1"
7. n. .011 OI'lCtod' N Mh lists me. "Ml, tomi 4 '''. V yen
law will within' W ..... bo aloMd U M.I. H.I Wontod1tontfant :IOOKKIIPINII NN 1050 I i5ear Mob sod tar .tIt wll lor hall 151014Quill mayo m btioro Jan I A elumIM
Z4 S m SI W11.5L I nm.. fromComout
Ii foe attumo me. wrnund4n
31. Ricochet In Clams of ntorby brancli office Civil ....Ico Trol lngMcrolailtl Nomotlood ImmptMntATT
Coil ri-ojn alter 1 I IMr PM and down tawni coll tot
32.:Faucet li 1550agNLM OeAI. IiIORIL ., n.1on1l c. .. CeurwiCIMIM _
stcsN 5051115. ttft Vt MM hotor | M PM CTIVI MULTI CIVIL I
Zl i 33. Stately M,. 114I Win Holiday Inn and ana rololl Mloimin 'UI'N"I' COLT/GI VflY NICI 1554I II havww MOIIIll KOMI..-l-llCollHnl.mim ; .I I MIN home M Narthwoot
3*. Scarlett' ocui w.d. Doc. UK ie,oe A.M. li-qwlrtmant, ISIO.Khaot h.h NOWILL' ".11... Would ISO II sail "" ........ 41. I 55. front Hit.nwtt Mar Orie. S', lomlly room 4bwillt
too n
/ 'Z ;lj 1 1 home Ihire. ........ coIl_ oratorrad lit w. Unlv AVI '" 4I nsn or win, cmiildor ro. tHwdr H''"'". ........, In hllrhm. CMlrol hlot
Imotllii oad ulory. liloInMrwKi. bOON 5115. Plo-iwr. eoM. Ivully dill ton. u. IMo tn.yv with stsllnfNlItsth
H : IJ ; i 36. So.Amer. tMtpHilliallon.M a' :: f Phase T..c...n tll---r-;:; ; ;;;;..-Irollor, .._... fH MM, or r" 4 LOW DOWN PAYMINT.NOITHIA1T .

rodent; FURNITURE Man pian WO vocation will, FIfif6, >IAWl I-=-MomGrilla air condliunod ....Ied. wimII ..> ..'10 Tin commrtetlehome
d J, I"" 31. Haunt trained, ind moy bo rolocitodw MUIIO TMctMn AIM c : UPHOLSTERY mm Norm-Coiiorn P 1 11 r Ida.on Will Nash sw11eNS' N 115010511 .lot. PP HIM ltlort_ M. I 1501,100. 51101. C.'oc'II yord. Loret LI : OR eomo

4& 4' 40.SId ofaIrlanglt Pnr ID. evoirty. wornmomlMpMil '11 fr'Mi.NilD monovri. AILylo ....... of any ago ,....,. tent.lontlud. iMi"WA:I condition. if t"r P11sVO1.T1511N' Poo Nttr 11,10 pnsd ..... 5101115. III
: mora 1 1' M, 1 w.rlldl. 51100JUST 501/ down 4 til ...
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Pot\ llmt 24 mln "P N.wals..N.s Icy U 2. per hour hi 1r.1.' .. Nivd DAPPLE pjlomlna' h.tkn vpanychild. M, Not up Mvmrnll at Ml 44 RAILROADSIDING Inlt Hill almoif mw I lilt I
IM NW. tm tt. I locil" out of town. Cut trot.5 rln1 N 510 115 lsr : .
ana ana :. ..: Colt 1> 1M> MAM. koih horn M lima far mo Hot
rot timuoa-PKa M end Mr. Don TKhorh. Pullor IrvMK 4-whwl 54CltIrd. LOr mo Homottood
...,vory. C... 14010011 1 'M. A I '.M. .*.. loddii" 4 bridiM. C........ 12' lays Mmatwi 4 lovt tw tMI PMIWOIloigt
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lot If 55011/15
tC 5CC .W3fl 2 BR under $4,000 lor. 10". PI ;N10I0 "._. with hunt M
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OP COMTtACr Wilt II lilt 51NN N spurn. 0.515 plymanIII .
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... in. I MW t I. elKovitnne > ItOCIATtl INC. Illlll' Horni. AlMttKIId .
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Fe for Gifts Mom L for Glftt Dad Trie Gilts Home for for Gifts Son "I!: I POR f A or Gtlt LiTTL.Gods, MINCIUt t I > 4'NC I fND FUNJ NAVE

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Hllp Mom thruout .... yoarl Mltctnii m rot H price.Itttco Vw CAN afford tt eiaee your lot.oniod Colt Mro Cronthow, l/t-1141 !
A Chritimai .ppll.... from 1J ran H price.THI FREE _', Clwltlmai a .....1..' imp ITUOIO IIL M your lwme
toe ClaulfkillM at Unlv Avo ., 11IK tl. 1054 ...._t. .Nato/. tr_ r THIS WIIK'S IS
CHICK WITH CMAILII bone e uoneird erond it ewMitteie
..'1'1.1.1.*irA BIG prica him I: Oowtitrown Gifts /orDaughter i FUNLAND

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_t! Amorkan Ireutllul, polr Modirn of, 'lompt Prench lorn Provlnciol ; Per mi fill, He wwM aearociaie I City "gj Ca..o. la* M" and sId. .. bo ployed shad,ln.ly *. IneaMpdfltlM.

IIIIIM Provincial' PrkM A ell' cartiticaM./ i ore In plontilwl sib,pIy '..1......

from WM tt wn.IMITH DECK. 4 Y..... hall 0111 tor only IM. WREATH Gilt, M An Her Chrioimoo Oroomi mwl.eol r Toil ,o..r itlll/ sad roileite .e 0 mtiiin.tt. taat

STORM PUIN CO W. U".).WINOYIIIM Avt. H lMt.A : onoif A pono CM eemeIruo "iM, er k.|iln' < the ....... .*. wka Meree ret 115
111 IW III Avo. PI 44IS1lomotfilni With' PurcluM of any mirrortolllne for Girls I at Oowitt Irown. whole' pub op IS _'.II. b..lio...". ....,,,....cd. Ik. I

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Ntvy CHAII' PITTSBURGHPLATE tW..I/.a..W.WtlWW'S a.."" **4 drip tell., Earn ere uniMvol ,,- .....

nice 4 Sw.Ng/ the Oil hrd riihor luva IIM oMlovania SIGN ao ITIIITI CMIIITMAI tPICIAk 1 kat weo many lani. N' feme I. the kM etotve

Mom KUPHOLITIP.IO. ayliny GLASS CO. TO TV m .0tCMWIN NOW UNTIL CHIIITMAIPl r a .1.... ."... with luck w ...11. bull rotnde dfl

IUSSIL WISI.I TONER DRUG CANDIES STOLE / e PR* NW 4/41 tith 1... 726 N. M11w mlll7. POO. CHP.IttWAtITP.IITI ,sic! INN l .. w... eoi ....... Te ,.... e.4 rolooe ........, te hnfla

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MANS "'". NOLIOAVAND III W Utlt Avo 301511. "f W loaM Avo 571274/ Pats .r'till nllslgh/ eeit'eye lean tlH' M*
CLIANINO ,..", 0.---.- .-..----..... ,
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c r I NVs 1541 a .... g.ssn osM M 1111. WHP. t Qtlt cartitttcfo from 'W.... ft* losS. W...'. SPOTLIGHT
Santa. Snub randdad 117 N. Malr 017115 -. MW 10.0 N 5555 stag RUT 'N NULL lAUtt pAtOftuinxfiTr 1 1M
tNRt1a1U.P1nt.10it. t11ala Mkas. 37/.031 00115 L gal tllssMtatlsn, .

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mart.Hova 01 Tho laif OofOrimMad ) AMUSEMENTS DINING OININCJOAMCINaft.
Inlay' MWMlne KIMI1LL. IALDWIN 4 LOwetYOrkney *
:hmdi ot ma Its ohM ind 1 COCKTAILS.
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conn Withal Mon:MFr 111 ft INMIK'O AN. 373-102. will pay tho 0010.M e I "':"AI.f..A 105 5nl.y 40".1..5.1 BOOM Chartoo) tu a tmm, tmcriaaaoo
NP 5.500015 Ws N sty Mats leymonf from t A M H I A M SCHOONIH d, ontnt /Nw I la / Iermi
201012/W't11IW't: ...tW1'tl/It'Et1'' .r or_ purchatad. now I h r aChrWmnl r. 5.55 SNttt7NVIw DIM' ay N541.515NS l far ma o. of I. Oiwwt
tIM MI W0/N 50. 1050M CATIr.WsI f il t M. la ma $00515 N
'f Cal>ei and Pound CokeiInt Gt for mil pun aftoro omtnoi oo t hII 1 ___ tm *._ww. ,.* Polo. RoMS end IM Lowolrat

wo.vi I... fry Ml' el our fine b 5011 N5'cjnl M daw VONL* ,;' :;:..1S.1115 /. Al you ........ rhroygh the Item ejbeiy, you'll PUNS duO p105.M/wt 1.55 SIIt mt_. t. W. im tt, 10
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is Christmas gl ,,r b. tur to find tiff for .omyono your Utt.Uto e5a10 N..W and 0"" A & w oorm STAND Aoveoim

Kcal Y CAIOLEY MUSIC CO. rho form ktip frock of Pr* 5.0 PIN* 4 /
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Its Univ. World at cnrwmot PIll WNIlIMr OIl tr_. 1551., FATHER I Iy I ,_ PI ,. ".. eS moods Poahirln* U I. "Prim. ft CAd.a
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f Her 51100015, NIw .... j IM a" = at HotylUHAeOt
05500., lots 5,.*Wry ......IICOC.-C_..... GIANOPA j fllfAUIANt IM IMM Ava.OPI LOUNGES *

nut UMV Ay*. 155 yN s1M .wMeN "UHT.UNCLI" t olSrr.5 M II.a.Sl. = M sCull A pAr.i
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ELEGANCE Opon Dno oo :: .sr.s' 'Wo'rfple
GifTS Of COUSINS 1 5,55 51a'r.10..1a, ... III' ''' W SAIL 5/0550 ie 1..Sll
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1 $ Clean out the Cloittt & Utility Room Now-:Pick up extra cash Person tet potion ads art for non commercial" soiling merchandise priced

I.: 1 10 LAYS 4 LINES 3 ot bring$100 quicker or lass action.DIAL with.the lolling price stared in the o


Il i' ::: 378-1411 A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.


I. ; 15 H.UIM for .... IS HMIMI fr Solon IS H.WM for Sole!.r.I 15 H,,.. far S.I.Mth I. 15 H._ ft* .... 15 Meows fa So;' IS H..._ tor Soil.Bith IS He.._ tar SaUArrang.

THE TIMEIS Spy DIRECT FROM BUIlOBrlc "IREPL.ACII. built 5M I BK houw, wall la .wail carpir I.; 3 11M. 3 SELL AT COST IR. a blth.. ocId; paG h. C.4 ", LltlLwood or... Woden MrcAaw .baloro, Jan. lit
radical, nt .... ..Ri _,. .MN I air CIIId'-'o' Slob living room. MM dow t*.I ClonlalrCant'.w A-C, hen 4-BR Home ki MtlortOerden .lint, built hvovaiMmga dlwo/ kllchen, landicaped yard, 1 Ilkl I Low down .paynwit aiwm.moat pay
B e. I "bom. kitchm _'. .., d yard, s SR. I "h" Coil aver Mymint *t Mi par n. M* it 1211 NW Hit D,. UN DP r Lovely new. 1> S of campusM1. on, ll.I air condlllonar, TV tntanna new. Shown by apot IIM' real no NW tih
FMA tr VA tin Nl Mm TtrHugh 7714050! for .ppt "''y. May ueat Na oualifylnt, lmmadl.l lewpancy. m* low down _..,. 173.J574or *, t..I"I.wooded lot. for ..., Ktwoii MM down. III MARY MOIL.LI" REALTOR Avt.MARY
NOW. f tfwtrdi, Inc, 174.7.71.ttr 0002 N. LM I),. Will Maw furniture" t. r m-.n. H"".. will _".,. prlr*. Ortvtround Chas I.to:: par mo. pool mamb, loll W. Unl. "R 6.1171 Hit W. Univ.MOELLR.RAITOR Avt. .
Sloe txtr co"' Inqulr on prfr Fab. lit. Owntr 1511Nl BR, M47I
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ARE YOU BUY HAppiNiia SIll ICH i YAKS UF .. time. 171-4334 *r I7J4421. -
MOVING TO DCAl IMo or phone J7MN*, 1411 t13rd PAYMENTS *n any 12th It. FR HI04. IVt ........ dlinwartar, dlwetal 1 ,
Nice borne III OU''" PI.. a 55. By Inverting ki NN S. Heal/ paneALACHUA Fl. ,,",II...... I bath "homa al Jiol Nl 17ihTr. .parquet floors, fenced, MM NORTHWEST OAINISVILLI
I bathe near J,. ca/laps/ a.mantary built Hi ml.l by Con, to tchooli and ahopping Arranoo "rch.. baton J.... litCS. yard EAR GAIN
down SWtf I2M Nl Mth
; Do You Have choola .d ahoppln5' canty mtm tKtr LI LOVELY oak tral large
3111I AVI. .
On .... Ption 174-out DOWN PAYMENT 31701 NW tot.1 IIIYm' lUll 11441 pm InanIN.wnvanlaM Place 171MQ4.Arrange
lrg landxapad Will mcellant ThS
I :: trada for tlmlltr (alms In Model Home Opening ovary Sun. 5.05 fion111 as h avIl1r woodad: Solo BR 1 bath, study, doubla car. 1.H MARY MOIL.LI"..... REALTOR fll 61171 NW location Imallcomtr purchaM "before "Jon lat S bid...... neighborhood.1 "oath homt '
port tarn W. U"lv. ales
A FM. Nil N. room built-in MtdMit' lot. I badroom., Kratrwd
Room O.ln..vlllt Price name horn from 1 P.M. -i law and.? C.LtnUCt10O. 1 r e Low down payment 1111I""" pay hat bro. ",.. room ono to .
III.ON to IKOOt nil MelClnnoy W. M FkCompare and four bIdoom. ane end t'", exit pat Mm A-C 114.MlIJO carport, famhyroom vary good condition S menu like rent, 1137 Nl inn tl.lly par.
.. I BR I bath 721 >
.. Only
..... illll equlrementi -
II Oran ...11..., mtta.baam cott with all other I bales Including brick front p 5ll 4120 SI WIN In kitchen, cent at NW Plan FD ReOl3W.rnn
Apartment or beeroom, I bath, fully *ir cond.homel. "Ionian to wnnvood !. "?, Tr. Bud 11011I"_ FR I-7H4 built A-{. 510,005701 W. W.wman1112 MARY MOELLER.REALTOR Itl mo I Drop art MM down and
I : OCAA III cII. I ,U., I batty, .Irnapan .... "YOU'll BUY IT IVhRV W.W t* adwol. All city aarvicai.to CLOSI tt tdwol. 1 BR. I bath .heat....,,HI t-ton..... n.1SR 14th Tor. H. Mali II. 010 W. U"lv. A... PR 6.1171 N. W. 34111 DriveIre by or.Mt call. 401
: House to Rent? .b.. -4 timily. calling roam pas.l.4 mutts, II'. TIM.* Bill mod.ll '".111 Myear at N W. *>h Drlv' and N. W. horn M ..... 100x141 lot with Bud R. I_. FR HtM. .
let. inn: Places Call 373-fS4l dally ar MO Ills gal tank. In NW awHon. ,FRAME Mow complelNy ramd
f Siam Ir*. tncd.In bard yard VMOOI Had > BR LR. DR. kit and HELP STAMP OUT
nlghta .
I BR .home In POe5505. Phone" 17M734. FORDYCEFEATURES
tin Nvy lith U.
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ITI-MO tr 443 bath. lOOxlW tt. corner lot. Smalldown SALES COMMISSIONS
and 171 perme. PARRISHPRESENTS
1413. Will. I r Part will tin rant down tor *>l per in*. McKINNEY 'N NEWSERRY. I SR. CCI Home ...,......,. tJO SI 13rd it. 2000 MI. Ajra 710
HUGS family room 1 Id. I bath" Phone, FR Vast.tf for Ml* by twnr. M 001 call or Ph. PR K730.THREI .11. .. rm..wtja
A forted bode yard, caner lot ae.Met. GREEN M JM M trmt ot tsog turn w air cone., pea attic fan H.r*
vacancy '''' air ........ pool OWNER. bMuilM .home for IM monthly. 172-,_ .bvfroom. Mmnv ream. wood floors family, rm. with lid
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.borJilp else m NW Mellon, I block from located on l rge corner S.w "brlcll fireplace,
drapery rode builtI I DEATON ) klU w.ll oven
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COSTS YOU MORE chin ciblrwl, mtny wtrn in 00 Myra Tarwllllgar/ chool.. Molt FOR SALE BY sit b", lop.yeI11114 dlthwuhor dlipual.. rafrlg I...
Per mi. uog dn. PR M747, 2104Nl laic tt .be ._/111.... Call FRHMO. RIAITORSCREEKSIDE WESTMORLAND Almoit' new brick HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION and sealed Street I block long, ...
; nth It.BLACK. OWNER front home with encloied 'Id.wl..l. lI..bor Ihlt' It th. lit month financing. Tne Jamot L mpany.Pnon. traffic. .Platcholull,
m liSa
than the ad that lend. .
.IIactiVO 713141.
-r NORTHWEST pool en th.t you con buy t borne and MO1 tot. ITU SW Slid PI.Appolsed .
BUY DIRECT FROM BUILOIRn I BR Mow 00 150 lot NlMellon ...pod tot 3 bedroom. I1* both., till bt abit to cl.lm homniNdtuomptlon.
ACRES TII,.. I R. I ba M. Nttr School
: will rent IIIHere's MM .....mllll... Farede ofMomea W.II tt wall urptt" lull Ikltchtn ot city. .Plrapltn, Nvov built In kitchen unit' New PISA If you wait till tfltr f f EXCITEMENT $25,400 will
? Cloan, t btdroom t bath Mme with medal. Tha templet 1 aqulpmont' Oood 11runclng wood floor. .Pit., room Sol or financing to "euelllled buyer.WESTWOOD January 1, to buy your .. It all for $23,500 If told bt-
hardwood II...., lioot down Incl' horn NoWI: xcllnt Hnencln.: iMtontbl down .pay. cut ttttr I:N f M. lit Nl IMh can coil you tvar tut In I In. Will ingulf you when you find l fore Die. 31 h'. $3500
doling, Coat and Impala I1U 3747572MnSisK It. Phono PR tun.lly AREA. 4 bedroom c.._ ,..... It call Ferdyc.37H23 you can got 1 br, a atudy, I
/ Morse III
hdwardo malt -
; : what you r mOo 'Incl t..tt A hwranct ... Afoot ... .0015 to .be awry apI.'Id.wry iv bathe large living room with today to M. tnt many bathe fireplace, C.H. b A C. down reason, I need the
'I to wall carpeting .. atove dlipoMl axcellent I, itoragaireal I
a RIDOWAY CONSTRUCTION Call far appoln'men' PR 11111.MOOERN NEW U""I wall nlct homo .II.bl. money now Owner FR 6-
; 171.M4 or 170-WM1. FINLEY AREA In dining' end living room with OPEN HOUSESpll' family living' In over 1300 6671.
y vacancy COSTS HOME Itwtlful brick arm arate eludy end lov.ly family ,lrv..l, 4 br, I bath C.H. and ..q. ft. with .batutltu landtcaplng _
PHA PlnumdSlodrtom : front IP ttr I Id .... ettrectlv.S all for only" U4goo.
: YOU JWK t Nth (home Throe I.R. i baths Hardwood ranch I X T R A LARDS LOT. room with """, An A-C. JMO "'. It. Hug. living I room PORDYCI it ASSOCIATES INC.
EVERYDAY ........ Maori Car fort Lam itoro Thru bodroomi. plus hint ,.... itory .home en en cn lot. sad charm galoro. Ixtra large I RIALTOR 14 ledraom Models In
Saparattdlnlnl" room room City otwtr, wtttr room luliMn Ol. kltchm Juit the home. car ....... Opus from 11 .p m. tie W. Univ. 17.,231I SHADOWLAWN
;, until It Is rented: 372-8404 Pwnlly roan end llgntl Clll PR M4I7. with I Iota tf furnlturo llnlth tortnlcoblnttt. LARDS I bathe family room, Sunday Doc. a, tt 2232 N.W. Ill ESTATES
4 bedroom
Caret H.., c. nuklMt ...,. Two Centralh Av*. DESPERATE
Five BEDROOMS. two bath, kill J7H3II ), J. FINLEY full' baths with colored ItitturM.Conlrii fireplace In landicaped living room.lot Incllnt .... PRI5TIGI I This' lovely clean iperKIInf I F. D. OLIVER
jt : IF RENT YOUR LOSS lilted.and ..II. I. In or* wart Gladys Smith Rtoltorml Juit m Waal I home tor. large htttlng, air conditioningotlon.l. et. Nicely WMI.IO loullon.WIMBERLY And Individuality Ira tht ktynotnof home, ) BR living rum, OPPERINOIndlvldurt
Built' 'In rangt, disposal, olihwaihari W. Unlvtrilty' Avt._ family who nods loll of room CompAss IvxtKioIng I thlt 4 br I bath haul ttaturmg dining room and Pla. room Styli .For You
now _"., gal ftrodfurnaca. 4 I R. t bath, PH. rm., Ctntr.h Inclintat sod Convtnltnt to Uni.vtrelty ISTATII. Amolt now walnut' pantilng, brick ".. I twain your Iniptcllon. Th. own.tr a Well planned living' inn
: IS: PER DAY 'IS: Ovarilzed tot with DUPLEXIIOM locttMl wlltiln 1 and Khoolt: ImmtdlaltCCUPMCV. I bedroom. 1 "bath _rally heated placo and soar 1(00 .... ft. ClllFordyco hat awved and _.." Immediate g) Quality material/ ft work-
pI"l", roan for children. -k.'I tht school Pad lion down VA, low ... horn* on 1741236.FORDYCE. I ..... ,... IU.WO, tog "minihlpA
pad II,..,. city Coo.eetada ....... ......IM tKvjfi tot down payment PHA. Hugh low.rdi > art. 1DON0205U llOir. Built > Hi I down end SUN par mo. A A community you would b>
.... .. par .ira.IN .. IUI ,., diy Mttcalfe and BlihopKhool DOWN Will buy thll Ittraftlvo Thlt property It 'In txctlltntcondlikm inc. tnnn.IW kitchen U"".. I truly wonderful I buy proud .to live In
.. dlitrlct Drive by tiofNl I bedroom ....... Priced undtr 117.onCm FORDYCE & ASSOCIATES. Drlva Wait on NW. Jtth
.. miaonry
: per diy Itth Tarract than" Call bt PHAluncad win Traditional S bedroom
for with a "monthly' Income of 1171. LACK ACRE '0'... .rdycI. Realtor I INC Ave. ..athl SIM Spring' I hvtonectlgn
ui 011.11and) appoint. tw down ptymnit Lot U S horn with living
151 par ma.HO .. sit ptr lay marr/ CALL Ul FOR DETAILS.POO stew you thll tlix ; MMb M room II lOlO dining room, tarn DEAL ESTATE CONSULTANT. GRACE FOnOYCE, BROKER Sag sign en left.PR .
JWNER WANTS tt ctrry tilt Rnnclnd fort you buy. Call I..1.1117.ASSOCIATES lly room wim fireplace, eftrectlv Dick .."k. .Franc, Hough i m W. Unv. ..... .-
+ "r mo .. MM DOWN r lovely S Bedroom 110San. : Sarah Souldtn Harvey Benton PR, a-II34
: ptr day III MIs maa10ry throe (aval hang near U of ,. built I In kitchen. Centre heat.
} spot muonry o. C. thy Dudloy Ooud0.III / - ---
bedroom two bath tmi "lurt 2 R lerge LR Pamlly Room
: Ml par" m* .. Mil par dayS round the camp tram Unity' bald hi the NW aadlonONLYIIMMb J. .Pad Our J.,.. lutttrworthol. C. ivt ...... Like new. UNIVERSITY ACRE1 New Weitlld W. U"lv. V..1231
School.. Hardwood itrlp II...., J. W. Onlt M. J. WlltinlrtMulllplo talking' 01.'..... to U of P reifrfcted tubdlvlllon' of acre NEAT t BR CB at at NW :14th
S d OT Per me. .. MM par dyH.M ancloHd' g.r"', dully toulkltchM 11IPId NEAT S bedroom. houat en lame Lilting end Mad Center led now VA 10'.. Feved .,...11. Outilda city Place. Raflnl"'hed. lite. rang. 4nfrlgtrttor Everything is
....... Ixcluilve.' Call NO CITY TAXES. ..
It ptlonl, camp lot well landKaped lot "kilt svt 5,11w for limit" thus turnl"' NO CASH
f ; 171 PIT. mo.W .. PIT day with Hveook "treat and .pave. from Oelimvlll, OWNER WILL FREDARNOLD ppt." Is Loll from 13'D.0I. down Mg "mo Call 3741485MCCOY'S : .
t < par. "m*. .. a... par diy mant.TRANQUIL .taning imdar. m..aIm FINANCES Lok. fronlaue.ilveni M.M.PARRISH NEW andTROUBLEFREE
Arm. IIR, 1 ..11I.
Hilda tram en var M InKlrkwood. .
aero HOME ON LAKE 4 bedroom
I 1 : : Ml par "m. ., Kit ptr day 0...'.... miaMiry ..... I'd bath, cntamporary' 'hallo REALTOR pace and comfort on one. tcrt. .
Eocluoloa CHI for eppt.INCOMI
dtnct. contra lake IIr.
spat" four bedroom lust eutilo. city "' -
tit pir .m*. ., HOS par diy thr.. bimi firaplaca, DUCIO TO 131,000. MACOMA

f ..I par ..... .. a." ..., day parquet Room only.UOCOO .shoals- by tppBlntmtnt > LARD[ I story 1 bdroan llama Meoealmt ..I .OM for POUR now IIDROOMSHI 4 badroom f klNlIwmt One acre !>v.". Fame" near ASSOCIATE
P 0. Immtd ,
DOWN and ..II... will N held. OWNER Hardwood Moan dllI.h. Saw occu..ncy.t .I'.C.O..h.: ,
o H. Wayn Hill HOMES INC. in brand home.
... 1100 par ma. H.M ptr. day pay FHA doling, cent an elm, '"*, ofthtfrt MUST SELLS M..KI U' AN 0" tul illchan. I car carport.wooded' Sltuat.tt lit .II SCi to, Sullnna O""rtunllili. Carolyn Pools, May F.rrlihIt a new
two barroom homni *n* llK.td .PERT in Nl .Flnt It. Tel. 1725371New
) In NW and tht atM ... end :ii! In hi Highly ra- THE 'JEFFERSON"Charmingly
CALL 378.1411 You have cholct of comtructlon, SOHtMWMltraa. MARYMOELLER Move Now Before
block *r fr...... New Hovo and John Merrill Brick Homes

J ; TO PLACE YOUR nfrigarator In *n* hoot*. .FLORIDA PARK In colonial' tutildt,
Furniture can be purchtHd Realtor I'.piclwil S badroam I bath home the homt ,It filled with con.norery .
y In both at a vary mionablefigure an halt aera waodaf lot. H.r... St.ph.ii FwttrH.lghH vnlncs yon Sracb..s 0nl.rl. the HolidaysALL
SUN RENTAL You cant ae wrong Multiple LlitlnaPhom hut .
wood flan cantrll > Mn-' living. Notice tht w011e.
WANT ADS for in.00 par month total A.oclatnaMarcella, all d "'.,Id. room wood burn p e I n 11 d work area with
I i 4 bId_ au'.I.' SlIeSIts :
payment Put mat. en In Alocltlon.
ing Itraplan living room kitchen,
your Hit. Pare 1140 ,In prtitlgt: 101' W. Univ. A... FR 44471 _10m"". ca*. tlait, VA no laundry and pantry
Ii Itoraa. handy to tht Mrvlct SERVICES
entranco. > CITY
W. H SuckhannanOp.n Price $27,100.COMPORT Mtmbtr.. Mulllplt Lilting down ,.,m..'. FHA from 1700 ... .
J. W.KIRKPATRICK Then three badroom
All Day Saturday Anoclattt cotta. ,
[. W. MoalLr ....... If..,.. down-n cloilng with outit.ndlng eloiet.
'I If HOUM for .... WANT A homo NOM bulldor AT A moat lAVINOJf'Cuittm 'raductInventory I Immaculate. I badratm 1 ICONOMY Horn kl tnllant (Crurll Maya aharM GrantHalm Ce ilal luildan I".. fnllltlM plus two full tiled FERN WOOD MANOR
t btthi ind
j Bah/ait a wpirltt drwilngtrie
Realtor Northtnt location 1430 NW inn plat 4
VYR.. OLD LIKI' NEW S BR >1 N. Main, It Phone FR 11404 of" tjutllty Some CholctN delta t* wialltKtf Pad buys at PANELED FLA. LOOM I SR 1 HOUSE DAILY I In thi muter tulte It
W. location out tf tf traffic .
way bam ...... ,
Air and. with
I turn, nlnl bait, built In AUOCIATIIIloyt W< par month !Including low rum* by CHI 171141 tr Va-mt hat a formal living room
-. kllclnn. "marry ..,.... "Ig lot, FHA "' Mathlaim' 1._ Bwm.llapt. Mow", .hi.k.now All,or era tnt acrenomaoltai. trlmaltar and I"ou'...... 11.rtf,,,".. Carport'lIh Ter. farad 2724720.erAUTIRJL .yard I40 Nl I I ...,.,. dining' room ptu.family I $12,250 up
MOO down, Ml mo. IOU Nl 17th A. w. React, Usa Rat plntnclng' trrangH tar dltiiwathar, dlimul and A-C room with I flraplac
Tor. 1"72.. evil IC Irk I.'" Bn Orltfln' PR 6204.t wilt !Includad. Prim 114,000. ind buutllul cherry .penellng.
GIIIV'B| || Htwtit ... snot The .h... of the houwwith FHA
.N MoNKNLYand Itt attached two cir garage $400
...1II11d/ FNAbuyer. luiuriotf. apartment kmldinf. .. will
$405 down to and roc petit NOTHING DOWN VA
t Why roM aNen yau cal make I dtllghttul place to
awn. the mitre dma, > I ram LAKESHORE live. $100 Closing Cost
Mmi wlthanal ,... $215 4401 NW 17th PI.
block from .hooI bu. 0.1, _
1521 for "Inmlnt. TOWERSNOW $7Cl6
I Thd Charming FROM /J PER MONTH


REALTY COMPANY. 1 bedroom. I bethi ttudy.funny WALK TO SCHOOLS

lit W.Mulll.l.UnlV.LI.II"....., Maber 271.3121 II room, living room, dinIng -

.._I.IM. Jan C.,,_ I .......room. Included.oak 131I..parquet... -floor 10%, BR Brick Front Colonials. Now
Im Irmpard Sob KaikmanF. ,
( L 1 aI W. H_ Jimmy' Onn 4.0 down.4M //4 'Uti'hill"1
Lc'; I Itlltr StoddarO ? NW Vth n Price/ ; 15825. $625

I BR, I bath horn Contr.l .hut.
built In KltdMn e.roorlloiict lard
..... Call 174-4JJI. Lit ui give you an gstl- DIRECTIONS: Drive West on 16th A... Turn

male on contracting, your Left on 38th St. or 39th Terrace.

I Special ntw custom horn.
Coil Gtrold or V. Q. Mcoy:
MODELSNow Day. FR 67290NiteFR650l3w Butler BrothersBUILDERS

Open rya V. 6-6502
Office loctttd at DAILY 172-9545 NIGHT' 176-9041
N. Mam Strait and Urd Sled.THAT'S .


SwiHimme Foal a RacraatlaK Room

TOYS e ActM *f flcni. Crauad'te a Central Haa

Estates Canons Air Cm**, a Landry r.cilititt iil;
e Starag Lckne C Garbait Drip Chats i

"HrlcteelAH C.oNse kilt '..1.n. Fl td PirhiM Artl 01 Ilevoton e Llghtt- l4w.lkie I MOVE IN BEFORE JAN.

ypr .tlflf.11y weld NM PHONE 376.4456 A Be Eligible for Homestead Exemption |


N. .......... SALES OFFICE t C4Ho OPEN..r ..,.lc.1 9 'TIL 5 DAILY i! We'll Pay Your Moving Bill |

NartOawl 105110 II move not S.W.U'" ST. U.S. Mwr. 441 If (Within 100 Mite Radius of Gainesville, ) $

l loony NCNB ON tie Sail. '

r two ads 60.5..1 N W.Late 2ah II.5.00. 16111AvaN Butler Bros. BUILDERSCOMPARE i M 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes, All City Conveniences.

6a !J G.E. Built-ins. Terms To Suit Your Budget.


I't Phone 3765394"We THESE HOME VALUES 15th STREET and 23th AVE.

4 trade hOul.." BEFORE YOU BUYSAV1IEee V




DAYS This special foool ent eeeltfrt (,. BEFORE DECEMBER 31 the Entire? Family-A New Home By '

2 both home. 3115KW.
I TM M11wNt5" IN maay tw OhTtyta
to nee a commercial ad.i % .
t f72 S.W. 15th Wey t-5$5 cwnt"/.ba Mme SiICeo.tny
.less then .
money Clab. ....... lara family. BR. 4
ever before. 4 I.. !M ._. .... Ft*. 555,4I_w parlor" Itoing., dIOWO_, NmRy ratan.tam.nt SIZE 3 BEDROOM HOMES READYTO
vertiier Each week rm. end ewitlenal' *ntrvry >
only. ,
i Arise acrtwiad parcH BR
I Newly decorated lake "' arts.Very, manelt.emluiM/ titctton M bam.= oit.tanunny OCCUPY with QUALITY K&P FEATURES
= Mm'y' sir .R
eotteee en Santo Fe ectlen. art. end lie

a new went e J specie! S JOO Down-AIr C.... per _.5,14.101.1... wilt ..wecuetmentt. ..._ bu'.iII_wpl.ne..arda.M5l50. tar Me* -,.. Built-in Tappan Kitchens Priced from

dittened.Twe .| Mel Stwatnww lor

1100 N.W. 21th PI. ::.-=---r. -iw..ahater. 011 M Central Natural Gas Heat $7934

rill be offered, watch for .large commerciallots. 5.:'.:.I. bath. *. Ik. din III71J e.rt..nan Ocooar Mar I 7)

N.W. 13th St. N.W. ""'St. Central Air Conditioning (Optional )

and 31 rd Ave. u I""bth *M| .... Stll NorwoodHope I FHA Includes

It. Went Ad Special pa. atastts.UA'.... I Exclusive Swim Club Yeses 6I.I....

"H" Inc.Ae .

r rhone J7M4I1. a"1IeN4' lmko a :' 1 Trade Homes

: .-! **. T or Property
4Hms OPEN CHT you ro I''*
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t.'iir joy iifina ANvriwe

1 123 Ph.a.N.W., ISIS S*. Me.W" "_ e..ldaa TOW 5173 WH.I.R. XltT CAU.4W.I Salee Office.-NIZJrd ..... & I ltd Terr -372-3471
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II Awramobileo for SolikHKM 1
|T (iwNiH I IR. carport 10 20G KIN 0111" 11..11. ...... "EWLY OHDRAUi) A"1. co- '- lict 'Poc' MCCULLOCH CH"'N' lAW" 11001 PIANO r
X 10*. hWy lot .oor tontoiNoor pMturt lend noor G_VIN.IN Itudonto ond nuptoi wwtul for -'. Upotoln wltfi 1 DMw and ..... Moon Poo or Too*. ..."151. .t*.. II FD t> ... 5..'.... w....,, '
Khoolt 1 Ohepplntmonthly. St AI chliaron xoitrioa CoH Nokorry ." ond OM iiovotort hMt> ,. IM Nl Mm Avo. Oood Cond Wl-wl wim, entrofc m o....'ioHCOMItkn (
mull ..,1'". Illl N.". Km Al0thu4' C. M. 471-HH tr 47M17I.PUKNIlHtO one Mr oondlllonlnt, ..... Oft loo Mvon tor tottor Tool 112* ....'. 441-1130, y
tun it m-ua. Oilnnvlllo' fciltiku toruMividint. Mroot. oorklKf .,... ovolloMlr ClOSI Out IH4 moaol Igloos Perne. MIC_. Flo.Itol I
APT POI t INMr T IUC. 11315, W. 001 doll Choke ot imini mHWolmil .
1A1.. SV OWNU J III. I Hionwoy frontlet. /G5 V molt only. Air condliioiId Iron 1150 lied I grlll w 10050 or Monotony.
Potontlol' ,
.or.. CCI. Id aIIy' 01""' ...., 1 110.5 tuilniM.MARY control koollnl; ulHHM tuMono IUILOINO $10, I. C. 111,0 I.51011' $30, lllllml Mtnlc Itort low miieeo*. wftO....,.. Mv ki
Iran J. J. Pmioy" ochool M 10M MOELLER REALTOR *. Phono ,. H4tt tr F. SIN W. umvonlty AM, "iro> CIMOtfk 111014 l10 53$ : 5N ro1 ..r1SI. 111 I I. Pint Itreet iron el MM IW inn M. Phm
NW TNI Pt M.., HIM footuro Mil w. "..... Avo. FPJ oV447lM ? 04171.SRANDNIW HOC* Air OKI$. oio. 4 0.. Moll chIM 551 $11 -sPiNET FR 1,1140.NM .
p1r5110C20 51011310155. .1' 03101. I* APTIAtrondltlofiod 20. 113.011151 ,,"' ..... J.nl100', PIOwlsa ".. .,....". ORGAN 'ALCON. Mr,, r1dN 1510.On153 .
0115 .401re. I0.o.11.ri03d. ACPI Mm M htwoy 71 ll.ni. I 'I RcpOMMMd) Optnol fMINowmo
0371 55/051. 101131115. C"I 330.455r
C.N 3733721 5r "' ,... N. IM city loud om. Hit kolht, tormM lAKIll.tyoo dill MoHiM AtorrrHjiMl koloncoiAuromotirt, Icftwlnn MCyc7 NIL
0203. I tcrt (..... 71 KrM M com nooro ntodom MmlMn. Only PR fat-. ..y.... Pricod loworcammorrlol 0101 lit 015 "V"'OftI.IIIIDI.V 2'."".

HOW! M nlitorlc MIe_. I II II Km M "m..,. lolonct kpMlurt I rMnuhn from unlvonliy on 44loom. ) NCI olr londinonod orlko OPKtor AIM Lilt Ohio MUSIC co. MUIT MU 1117 M........, 4 Orhordlop .
I I. Ottlt Mock. ... M. IMtor t .._ Prlct UK Mlen. No diHdron tr ,oi.. fpw. ront ... 01 Illl N. M* .,,.. 7UIIINl __.11I. 12055471 c.".., PiM, too* tlrM, nil
Corport 4. Itorogo om s Tonont homo u boil .Coil 174-7411 doyfc VtUITUDINTSI It. CM trmnruiy Mity. nun IV klCrCll I Novor koirwdon 373413 cnk tr koil '"tI'. Pnono tntM.
povmonl. ..... Ill per me. I R IrOOl, | "'-'''' Moil PklUItoout > -..... Mom, I....... koM cl .. .
15.1" Mttlnt In Mi' .... Nla I*. sod otH._ *]>. Call I7H4M onoroPM.
f IP. .. kettl Cl. InceUent condtm. lond krood vim overlooking' UK, sIN 5011114r mit ........ 54 11IoI RmttbMHCO 'PIONTIAC otroioht, i. mi '.nCHIVV
IAL. 24,51 d.
WOOD 0. 1hory
linn mm, wrllt DM A11r 'it CHIVY lllll 40
lulll kl now 4 tvif. o. tor. Phono 371.2010.r I .M" ..... _I ......
Ownor. l M wniit tartan InNrmakn. W".I"OU PONTIAC MriloM' o ''' ''l 1
CAIN down. Poy Ilkl OMy more
NO nrtl :
tor me. MM II 14 A... ViUti. .. Pit. .r Tom 015. MHJJ7. loll JoM MorrHI ...1.... PIlot PS UtilTV 8I 4 31. At tourist iwtlco ilj,
La4I CM, .00"1 (SIN on, lit. ,". 0551turnlwl /
37>I4M.OK ontonnoo. U IMglo oiock. 7* Alrplut Stloo-Ronfih
.,t. I.. 51511. 55.0.5. .... M-for ln t> SptrH Curtnoniod
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I ... 1 MIN CCI houM M 101'I 1111 1101 r ,1" ,101 310t.0*. 4101 NW 5110 Aar, 'H Ir 155,7 I. Ily .1, 4450
411-11" I W. Univ. Avo. PrlcIMI
MC r twlly' sod I3 : 4" N. 01"50. ponltNl o....... M to* 0II JILL BARKLEY :
,:?,;: II $34 P.M. Cw.4frKt1. IIt"'f"'I" o>r .... CMI Honiwl Hoynn STOP MUST OSL5. 1001 HIlIm.n 0001. lays
.101. 203' ION.Mw CUBAN, CON INI'NT. NICI LOC, .*> por Hour. Plylnt' CluihorM l on01/310. 531Coo ",
M ot 1231 NW etn Kro I5, NMIrS.P.0111334 ... C13H11/nos 511015 M M 17.4 14511
Avo. Phono 171-7474 otter I.PM. 17 Uptloln lilt inowor W mo.440ltt7 fl 01331.I5ANO _1-. for ".11. winter. tlWl NT 1010. Coll' JJ4.IJJO llloPM COM ,R oSJIt.1P.IUWPH 'SEE US BEFORE
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n5. Un'v. 5 M.4 541511. _1.10 > '
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01050100.14 11NlAnlty. NtW orllco or Itaro wllonty .it.p.
houM will .
| t 5 tromo Only: 53.005 down, .. 505 NW lAvo. <'' 0 I uteri tpollenco rotolr. A 1 rendition. lot.. ionNV .
room 077000.0 07777. '3<11' 311.1n pomlnt. II (. S. YOU BUY
HANDYMAN IMOP PR 4-0147 Mororcyooi p I.'O
NW 301" A... PVonI PS A ASSOCIATES, life.n. 1121 oor mo PiMiw r .
opt bodroom It MibM Inoponiivoly ..... r .DiiHWiiHIR. '
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"132. W. UnivREALTOR, mIl" to Umllor ojonon roUnhr. ? not.Uttd. 1161 T 25 '.11 T........... 100 011111. P.INAULT DAUPHINS 44019. OR WE BOTH
of ".. opon Jon. Ionnomo. SMALL w.r nou" tor ..... tit 11511101 '15.. p.ymocN (Ito. .... ihipo, vory rooMnokli CM
BETTER HURRY WOODED end phont tt kM 4Jeolnoivlllo )- DANYRD Phono OTom.IINOCR CKKHHJ. Pnono PP. .-,.... MOM .10 NW lOlll low.food .

RHlly nlco and will' mi qvlckhi tunI 576-8268 KARMANNGHIA1964AC. LOSE MONEY "
t I*. I ": iHutilul 1 50111.111lltdwl Counlry Krti living lor wmptvoul" .R "' .... _.. opt. 015 tocooklnt .round oeulppid bobbin It tltlfrlptrtikle !>. lei Tall 305 PIN. Hi'.. raclllMno' Mit.
up Mymonti 13717 0005. *DVt
wltn coalnort ..10... end hootlnf prtvott Iron PR o-ttit tiler I ltd wiikonui,
UnUwo irthltoct doilgnoo: 5S lutiiMtl O".nltlooIIJI5'NDUFUL 70100117501 .nsrt.0,. merry 0Ilr d....
IroMlMt Mr. Protty hardwood ...11...... Cold WON SAVINGS
ConlomlO'. sod kocll
'" 110m. ."k_ 4 peymtnllI7H .
loncy VHI ALFA ROMIO tpytfor Moil
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Corport ullllry.
Hilltop lot. Will Mil lor IIOIM 100 :I. Cill Mro. Cortllno NovM turnluiod no omoil cnidron, or ...L1drt. o0.v or ... ...... '_.. I. 14 AUTOMOIILI REPAIRS Mil, now HIM CoH It Cook tl
MM flown knd 171 373.3333Gladys oft, Pnor. PR "4030. > .roi of lond with M MtoMiMiod O.nIM' M.0NI0. (.. PM01 17. PI .Kowo "'..... UP TO
Soy 051 Smith, Realtor builnooi, OKvk. ".,....* mcllrut .,,.

FLORIDA PARK IIM w. Unlvonlty Avt. 46 UnrurniihoJ Apto.IPACIOUi trovo, room tor, troll* 1 AUTOMATIC wiiKIni' rnocnlnoKironiMd WINNTO:: m"D'W 10)4 rodlo.VOLKSWAOIN-No iJicoiiont _1I1ofI.* trio Moo., $400 y

court tocoiiwi All for PECAN GROVE 1 1* ,ap. klcnol I Would" cominor rlojtt. kind r Coll 3735030 I
'. noon mom .. yentod wilt" kottoi .0.011 co.lOt ,,
day Unary
PIR 1MwE _._ 414) NW. lOin Sly Htoll. III
trod wiling duo I* "llln.il' d
t 7.1101 noignborrood 40 young Irontl N)00Call '11 4 IP' IItr with itwrmoitil 111. Phont N. 01111 II.3U53 .
U.... Imncopotf lot "Klin KrMComfoitoMo ". tt ...... 'r11. MARKHAMI. Meln. 1704.Wl 17 Atftntbllto Wontot1WANTED
t 01 o-m.
147 1311. Tno prko k '20.000.FURNISHED nouioII ...A.! .... "WANT '0... uio mocM uioi 62 Chevy 61 Mercury

You ought to MO it ml. Iron eolnewllltClll / 47 H._ for lint PomP.LKsld VIV IUCCISSFUL "NClA"t I Il rtf,.._...$ .._1.1, 410" IS AurtmtbilN for Sole C'., "ON' tu. ........ ,..00A 'oIA'' I door .....'", W7rn. ......,. II, 501.pow. .
Mn. ItoMhomJ7J >tWl tor INN MIM tlnoncm II..... .10 ''_ CMcro21w AI Nr7001 $509.Si. ., ._.... 0 7514 OIMIIf/. P0.11 1011,1115.
Two hrnlihtd' -3 JOlMyl I U Houn IMp ...11.... (.11 FM 3 WILSON'S EXCHANGE .H SOILS tPICIAL. 1140 now, 41MO ,. 5'511 I05 I. a5. 10 031001131 fr504m111303N pswr ,..... 201.11110 ,
hivo nlcoly :a
w.II homM 'in N.. to New Smith, Roeltor M "rchor 5I. I'ortoct ..l", 111 11. lit Itroot Ptwnt P* 044JOUtIO "" .... P I H, oil powor. PHyoto 11410., htolo,. roll 5105' 311un1s31$
you _112IW, Unlvmlly AX
for 51711 551 IN "Iv..,. ownir. Prkod rt,nt toitulck ? (r.
Only" ; omoll down poymont om ,: MI I 61 W..04 II by VACUUM CLIANIP.IPorMro ..... Phont ]7HMr.wnoH .
monHi will $1295
171 buy. 43 Colored! Property Oton uwot cart Call i $1595
Klrbyo' ........ > llocrrolul I)1 ii: i N5W Y0sSER. FR 2.7128
41 Houses (tr Rest l/trur, COINS WAN I.D Wts117,1ou.5" ltd orntn .* 00054 "". 1530. Couit I, .Bob Adami,

UNIVERSITYREALTY 141 MOMII 1IId,......FOil. II IA'I4HI II W I 11TDNNR-llruow ii45FW An., U .. Ind torolf Illvordoilort 1D WASOIN' IIHIII r1105 fIn_..... (011 II ..-
oroo. ton ond l/u allot 1 P.M.IIlnINlaM1NnS.
Ill A... 501511 0.150 51n7wn4nwmly 43r. A....'_ f 5 MU M.por bolt .11_ GAINESVILLEAUTO 64 Buick
Mymenti IS7 14 HI.AIM month. SINGERSLANT0MATIC 64 Olds
lilt STAMP 4 COIN SHOP t: =
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111. N. M.I" 5I. 'h mo4351w. WIll.t. "" I IK, I ........ _,. hoot kullt-i. OM W. Unlyorilry" loS ohlll./ 4 dr, ...... poll ?05" 471 h....,.. _. .
R..IlorA071 .. win. kltchon, lirttrt ond itoroMoroo Mm, koit iflor I'R t4J041044 1007 N Mil St. audot 5011" 15.4.4 10. '
M.a.Mun.. ""elftll". Pr11lRoby. for root. UN. por pitPhono tl MKhi"." b T.... A....). > "'.. Ho. doM ovoryttimi > CHIVROLIT Imeoli ttwhite ...... IR 2-41II "udlno 511 0151115117. $3795"
,by NleC."" T. C. 0203115.Jt. Wsb wim out ." ., "*>..>oi 0510 with kiock' Intorior, V I 4kfthotloor -
Northctntral Florida
1 lm M 05ylr 1150.N 1.4HL V 30.1, w-f0 ? IMwr Mild I $3895
: ::: 1 I IP. II*. rooK dlnln' room. tOMMIOI. MWI on MI" like now Foul PI
.. .I right prKO. CIH kllchon. OlMiod. hi lOCk porchM 4 rolory OMW oxolMnl, and koirw .... Piy kol or IIM r I 1-1434 or ,. mil ......
Kttl Iaf., t chino4 171 4lf ... mo. til NW Out Avo. IIM. Croitimon 10" O.HIH' mw tot.. w ,.,. Ot If' POT KtO.UUMtlNQI IncttcMndtnt Ootl,
IT > wool lit Coll' Octll 43M744.Mony .._ 4 rumoroul 4Hoclmonli ", Do.., ... wrlIO 1101011 Cw INS IMPALA V4 5010$ tnill", 17'l
Now CC5 1000113. 010 MM o>eol. ......., llll, ... W. 057. DtI. 00151101115. AIM INS II Comlnt VI Went -- 61 Chevy
W'L' TRADI 0.71. 151 0010 patw.nL 1KII .. dUlonttuI hoot tor ronl I4KII 1140 ilt r > :II P M. ohllt/ Corvotto motor HU Jin 6) Old
NmoFOROYCI HllII", ._..., 414-IIU or 4)4
N.'. 2511I T51? ry
ki oncluilvo' noiohbork, o odMony INC. tPMlHUIPrClMira
ocro (4 H..heW. 1011. 4415 011421, II' 3$1195
tot.... Ownor Intoroltod k McCoy INIdM1d.y O.IM.TOHON I Mw u M, No 0000111 BARKLEYMOTORS 555411150444.
171131 low II _.... POP.O RANCH) WAOON. A.I I Icond 1
.cltnglno tor ocroogM wlm I W Unly. rt>IINPhono : 40050. 45 w 1041 .
llvoblo homo. Coniull ui tor dotolli. 5.. nilhtl 371O'J' II-W-A: : TOMA T'C-WASHIII-e.' Proo oillmohH plclu. ond o.. ., onto "_., 4 H. too $2795
Alochtio P-oolly' AltocUlit37i I U. I ball'.. CC13075. taL COIl" 5501011104 101 N. h' N. 01c.ry 551107. All wso3 07115$ tnlllt cott twnor IUOO now lollMlltortlttl
2441. Arlo T. Smim, P.Mltor.l 41-1 COLORED RENTALS ft..". 1123 pr p0. 4154 1I\It 11,1Dr. Phone FR 6-H51 05.4. PMno 3311110. OH IH-UI7 60 Borgword

:g4.Q4i for loot .. I. WI 515. 5./rl.. 50010 YOU 01 Mloy .2111 w1110OAS ItU' C'iii'V-il: Con. 317 onolno' "IN THI AUTO 6AMI 1
> Ov ., T... PrtptrtyFRAMI NOW RENT INGCOI 114. Now Pull II.. OAS 53.00 0. poiltrocllon lukk Mill pewit lARKllT'S THI NAMI" 450r. Ins 0,000". MN
OUO sNro noaOr0 3 II 0133NN I I IK. I koih, Illcnon turn. IUnl IN od. kMloilod KH Wlm our k., tihtt on ._. I 4 H. new rut- 62 Rombl.r"i.' .r'W..51.
HOUSE I ._. w porch. ....,........ 01,10 11317 WId *. A... Pilots I't-ITOt tttorIPM (.n l7tOMnOVINO OAt MM com,..... IIU Oown ..... |7.out octuil mllH CHI 2201 H. M. SI. 595
on I tcrM foncod lond P.OOMIVoblo. dlnlnt .,... moftorn Rlnrhon wllnton 1M monlft tor Iwo maIl,.. trodo end Knonco, COil VtnMkolera FR 1.4171Ie .-. lIIu... $

City....,.Old...1027.Town, Flo. Cmtrmi ,Pooro oioo, tno......bothi.. .-spate.. MrroM Hoof.. I I ... I "' 111, CC.._........ ......u, 0115., Id14 iniiil....toll.. I30r 61 TV nlrlf.nl_01AnodlrMi .. ....... A13Mr III. PS .111. j 31 Mn.WILLYl II., t.r.4l/IOo.4, 5.N 0105.

150111' room noor LltII. Ktiool 111por 1 IAIY 110 I RioH food oon4 ,
or one /M *Itr 2011r. I tnonnol rotopllw 4WO TRUCK owilppod) toinunllnt $1595
I lodroomo end ono kith booiitlrul 1115 0r III mo Phono PP. 4-3041 tr ONot yr 11" III. ,R t-na wookdoyl 110 HI sour, ... IIKk 4 Dfctot't" I Dog lo.M Mill I.. 55 Otis
lot, IW I Mf. SKI nolgriDornood povod "' : w-Jl::: 211* 104 NW loin TorH0.ll onof IMfMWl: oioo' MW. ...... ma NIrd Out trout _'rol" ..." lot ol
hi High Springs, llnonclng ...11. lor. or tall for : 311.0I [ kodroomi 1 both unhimltftocutoncy. 10 "'... l-4)IY. IW10_ 7 oaio 17000 070 PIT moMD nr '>1 ITU .... ISIS 55101011. 11701.4I11l NAVE MOV i i ,. : I 511. Ir54anlsslN'
moiwril loi
rumlluro end P.
RALPH POISIV P-Mltor 11 W. Como MO our UIM IPICIAL INS Chryilor Now Tort- _
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.. Avo ?T -Hit AINOLO RIAL TO Antlouoo ki our now 1Ic1l..... ..- Wtlll ono complclo. MotropolllonOpori or. R 4 N, ISIS, from Airconditon 61 Chryller
44 Cttttfit for Ropf CO. I iipnoiiiorod solo bod, ro nMiplo I OM Coll lllor 4 P M. f R powor leori 11 w orWlntowo. .. $-3"45
9711)71HIS HMO ond 4 /5p/1175 1110. Ooorgo N.... '". llttl or will IMO I 55rdl4
40 lullnoil ,..,.rtl.. 1 ROOMS ond Dom 149 for mo. 150 I S.0. 170 00 N 00501ry d k IIpS.1 Mootm Walnut, dim cfIt...., ..,1ft......, 44M4H ......

plus' stUllla$ 3.3 w5/1, 4 w111 0011/117 N.E. ..01.... Modorn Mohooony dnMCnrlilmM SINGERAUTO M'...." .
465-1400 dKorollonl and olnokouMrioid MILLER. $2895
Phnn" ." 03.
INV DUOIOI old. comtorloMo noir downtown IIo" ....,,, Nu Cur.kookuM ZIG ZAG TOW PLYMOUTHwtomolK @ .
45 FuritithoJ Ah.N.C' aoinoiviiii. uooi 00uro ...... R.erlw/d I3M trtMmlMim, Oood ttfrdllnM BROWN J 57 Ch"roltt

Low Prlco' on o wolllocolod MARY MOELLER REALTOR 5001010 4011. "ft A5. PhIM r" 5114 00100. ... 111K11m...N 0.0EI5. 171 mi. 4222 -5. "s01113511.4.1$

13th llroot tun.1d, 51t$. "rt oar. HI W. Unit Avt. PIt 3417IN P0n0 wllft 1..l .,",. ,..0up NW. It.M 311oINloe., II'.
IItk .
1110 110I." 50111 IN Sl 1554 61 II
tot_ NMr ModieolContor Sold mldmllol Mdlon. convon. III/IOU.llIiO I O D 500M-N ipldro511r so,. of 50011. or My ..... Chevy
HAMPTON, Pll I kodroomi ., '10'. 03w p1101' 151 tI,.,. w111 ...4JS2IM 695
Unlvorilly, tout to Mono ond MIl II.... winv. mlr. I. MN. 3000 N Y" Wets' JI0110y CIMdal. 04505. 5415 01451. 0320 $
Call Anna HlnwnVMM' In Wlimnf di.l..... ot Iquoro.CwplM Plying room "_I'". Mtf tInqulro .... Innonorlnd mot.trou W. Dol. 1111011101, IMO tar tr motorcytli. / tn Irode.Pnont 035010 1107052.10 11415
only no ..It. I I* '. .... 01.1. 115.11. 545 507 ..... kOK iprlnvi Monthly pat> _. I7IH40.HI 551 ......,.

Gladys Smith, Realtor 171 por "' .. 1 IKi M por n .. M, L. Woltorion Home-.. monll III, .*X McDonltll Pwrnl.) IIPOSSIISID llnoor, ,........ U1 upoti you luvLANTON

1221 Unlvorilly, Ar1.POTENTIAL Ph M 0H44.iwtlor ton. Plo. "' .. Co. 011710111051111 no Iig end tlticlimontl round Auto IOIM IROI. $1795 61

Oirtfon Aportmonto 11 |OUM Irownmg out*. Ill MM kooHn oowo torwird one ro. HWV 451 01.1011 Chary
One sod 251 11.4,1"0 00,0.31Md 41 Rtonu Pat Rout I ,rt. old Konmort ..... dun.woiKor wow .15 NM end 005044. N High Iprlngo, 4M-I44I .Iropi15.' .-. 510007
.u.I.... I Homo end 1Nr71Mlsd' 5 NIIl.otd loin mod wry lltllo por me. kil, 114, Nillonol lowingMochlno --- 1411117, 15/05111.
4 103035071-11.1131 145011.01 5. hllllno CORN'. ROOM to ronl wllh ki mniioni" .... Vory noMn.PURMITUPIChelre (.. Ill W. Univ. A... '57 DODGE '1111II, 1541. ...
Corn or lot 51r 2111117 154071317 Isdy 110111 51001. pool 15400.1. Ibis. 11"- Phont PoHll.IINOIPJ Cuiitm koyil l/Oeor H....... PI, SNOTTY 61 Chny :::

N w 4th llroot pool, IM 111010rlm '.K. 455 1.1411 10011105.P1.001 IIM oocniCoftM conwo. meM Mwlmmocnlnt. ,a. PH. ppj l-llll.-. III YOU ATwll .....,. a_ h....$
"'.000 01 YoOps kllool. 'rom 572 105. P00.4010. '.b'.. til Ch.il till, Info, 110 1.01. loncy do.oleni INS! POR9I POWIMMOTOtJ lV.omll'l 0,050nIs5 $1 5 9 5
t72UlGladyi menin. RoMrvt youn now I Connor NICE CONVENIENT room H or|. Illl loMcno I4i Lo chilr, Ul $540 tr till Ills?- I eniM PIN ,..$ (.. pa0Maw1M, 0101M11
Smith, Rialtor t torn Avonvo ltd lornTorroro. .... homo t) wMk. 130 monmMon Ind toMo, 111' Ooik Mlamp.. mIOlht, /I 0 5 1111 (115110W5Ny lilt (:; IMM tr PR 3 I HI N :
Hit w unlvonlty A... 1734010IPPICIINCY only" lOll N.'. Itn Avo II ITI-ltM. IR 1137. 0)07.II MAIN

GOOD BUY Inoro koth, oil Phont 1>UIIOIUDNIIHIO T-APPLIANCES _LAZON lprM rWM, ..... Mwlllll CHIVV 400 Moor jmoilt'l4Hiood PN0000.570 $2295 U R.nlult

vlllltlM WPPIM o.topt Mill ROOMI win kitdwkMtor .. iMtod one wvortntoeft In torton M" toddlo kolahroiolio .' sm lon. llol d 415 .oos
130' S 13$' mud I-P W1.0MUI ].M wk or M mo 1714411 1/011555$ AI.... INN. end 41 lotrivortltn tram OM II tor U4.ll will Mil for Milt PI 4 ,.. tocolloM OoMt.
511010014, 1Sf 0 0100n.mlM tor Intormttloil' ottor 0 fI M. 33111N ....... P3,500 3730071.CISAN. trios low w 11447, J7>.IOO lion I owner CM FR !H>I 4N $895
103,50 5004. 03715. 17 wotfton Irom no up r4 PM 6J Chrysler
...... for kutlnoM ......'" 111Unhf. EFFICIENCY APTS. WARM AND QUIlT r.1T I Onrero tram 140 ut SOOT Swung trollor. "e itont : impelt"nertet" .
Avt. It Intomlod, CollNorwood willi I15Nory 1ft MW11II tor I PoofProoton tram OM upt for rikiimt, fumitvrt. wood 10 CHIV. AUTOMOsILISUPASS = ......
Mono Vt-UOI. MkHMoy o 505171, 4M > Ml 01.4 '-" CIR. Ie 0131., 17" Dltnwnhorl. tram KO ul .... Prko lit IneludM !... llu... Mwt Mil. tolng Into the MTV
012 110500 I... II TV Solo tram IM uo | incIMM 1 lot. IMr Iro. ...,ill... Phono 'R tNO"OOH 0o0/ly 11054 CIIt $2895 THIS
53) l.rwo do00111t. 0 or-. I JIM lion II APPIIANCI cu4io 10yr1035M tnd ooittnclod ClIttor ..". 1517 I'llell
151051 lI"t 3110/5.110 20.0100301 oiw tm Avopn in.onCLIAN t tm. MI4t.. Artnor. PATMINT' UNANC' AMYWNsoUfOUTHI5P4 I

with tonk ....tc.. CIOMki sold. rotrtaoritorl torMit AMPITI tnd'tllTlM OM kO Slam 10 ..1. lttt Chovy I Mir, WEEK'S
cot()RED AIM' oportmonl ovolllMt Wlh OlM .travel irerren 4 weuVera. tltul N you IMO Sow Lpolro. tontmgClnlor I RIM Intlvldvol twnor C 111Pt ,
Ml N I. Ird II. RIPAIR WORK ON ALL 51.00111 0010105 51. "'.0...'''' 44M4ot 5.M/511, .. 1501101..45. AUTO 56 Pontiac
MAKIt. Coll, ,. t001. P0ro1SYn Co. ON1. vlllI 1111 IK/I _..,.. Dabs A 11.1415CII I 51,417

51 Mlid, R.... MOiliNG mull Mil 5501.. eorvtontl ItU CMIVr ITATION' WAOON' N. MaS M.roll' : pwr .: SPECIAL

tl .1... loll 4 cholro, CAISItO .iP _"-. ....1 out good. lodlo, Hoolor toodHTM 10/07114 01113101
TRAILER SPACI toplltncoo/, tot RoiMnoMtprice C.ny y,"... I S' 150. OIL 'Oo till. PIMM 00. 41/M. ._ Ill, lapw hsalr. soul; '
REN1BRAND PALS POP. PINT tot m 11 Ant '71111.DISCOUNl ky Of Ik H. child"o ttwot ot drtwon 037 ...-. 13
ti. I'"non rut"
MMONrNNtwborrr Lincoln'
Trollor' Pork, 04 lukk a..,,.. 4 dm kort.top $495
....D."'. P11., PRICES II Foil Oil 1 Woo4.h' mil ono ktl Overythlng.
NEVI ( DUPLEXES 105 152.' ("" .1"01.

".A Wtnltd1 T* Ron Wl undtntll ...,bocfv. ,. '10 5A50110P0141 ... II. WE'VEGOT FoIIy dgo.Ipc.d. .

WANTED nc5" a u 'Y,1 ...... sp.I ,. FURNITURE CO. .55035119 P 0 .1111 1533 5.113.20 II'
? MUM 5/01/7 J.... 0. W1131O50MnU31 M N. MAIN IT. P It 4TinPOOLECABLE .,
.... CIII 3754475 0.hr3PM. NW 101 Lo1. of 15500 55. 'INI' PIRIWOOO' tor Mlo i onytmoont i $3895

14 PI 'HILCO roklg. end 5 0o.r0. cut to ordor Coil 401141tr 2895
111,104, 'N 5101 7171. 0.ro550M51 ...,... trko iwnbor l Wood 1965 i
VISITING Protonor tnd oils dot
01" 501. or 030415 lor OsrMd 4.,00.Cis '....'.,.. Ct's,

..... botlnnlnt, J.... Oro PHonoPP. lit 41' ..W Itlft 173.
11014.IANTID IVIN ;dlnollo Ml Mil olo. 70 Itttt-.MiriM,. FORDS 64 TR 4

t Maroom turMinMMMrtmont trio Itovo. H', ond rotrlforMor. orlOAT t7n10rtGTTwlr MOTORS I 5540 014 ......", ,125 6) Old

y tr hovM for t 11 1 .... MO ot MM Nl' lorn TKTKOHot (.1. '.....noivy lor tit HNS 105035 5003. .11" I eev lIor..... p5.
le+ t month portod tt tint ItlrtlnoJorwory TWO .ND TAluS1 ANO"iWLNiI. ......... D006I-DAIT READY r ...."... 505555101
I. ..... ItcoHon M I .. MAY iii OLIN A' --.L: PP. t-mfi.! TRUCKS $2795 Ir10m/MNry IN/4 ......
.sod noHnkorhood Writt lox Nl urn TIP a.

4J4M 0.10..... iAiW SII-01.1153. 0557511- -;01.p45 : 71 I CarpH'tlshp531. lit II III A... |7|4M TO $2495 .

WANT II ,.... 5511.151350111 5071 50.1. 0105
cotiu ki Woitom Dolt tl county.Poyof. .., Io,11N1 == r1IIOrt lotS. .....,.... 11 "". 575ASS. DELIVER 61 TR 4
'" Hfflt e0Or, P5 11721. Or., MM Ilk, oirtto oomiCoot
5311).. H po .nt otlPP. : 1.41 ... 5110x, .151
Value RitedUtedCort
lodreomilorgo .. kood wim llhl Mod tt.* 52 Ittrt'tn Winfttlroorno 15 A**.*.** 0-4411 toy, Pt IIII7 ........ _. 60 VW

living dlnlnf' trooo .$. comporlmont linkVonotlon IIMINOTON. gunl tor outfit ikv $2295
Mammy ConitnKllono I HindiTHO 00031 AND 503350 ..luo:' BIVI' AN Htllloom. rofCKrWrnM tie mot rttle n tvto. rltio. I IS DOW DELAY C awg1111.ss
T....". PioonPlIMM' > WIMOW' OHIOLtrto moid Mrvlc* homo coot trom our MUotMA > bill .551 4101/014/ WIll .IP
WOlttr wane (own wllh 5,7l an/ 1 ot Antlov tvmltwroOnd / Wit ofTr. 17HP4. B&G MOTOR CO SEE 'EM TODAY $1095

o Tllod tuk end ohoworo wlruMoryiMulotod 231 SW 2.-d "K' krh>*...... Noorly NPunMwro "
lorto double olldini door AttldPovod tnop MO NWit I 71 CHIli 1".1,.... Copilot 014........ Pontiac:

I ochool and kM tluppionmd 51 SHAWKEETER 141? 'saw 10.I.
I Ctowti to CO'T MACHINI. 15 .. ...::. 01.055. 58 VW
o lock otorooo ctoMfWMhMf ploy inundo 7 M ilIP = MIM. ft ldl.1.A" 00x0021 -3- 00050. 5111.

Mochlnt (lutvrooFt FSTItSEN / "w .111 05 CON 373 25 0I I /N11511 0554 154.110 FOb PHI CORF ICT 504.0.
7 50.t -_ W'.NKN7NM1I'j kSII.IIO IINy -11I---. & $445

.,..,""" ... call i iTokt I r2.12 '"r I72-SJ22 AvAILAItTOomiloon tor you. loiy M Imioil.oovlor 01013 t. _.... C_'". WI', TIME $695
P A C. .
I orko KM Cnrtolmoo IP* 1030015001 110,0? 10 5 ,.... 200.F .

........., Ith Ins to north I ul IIItI lorrtct turn ton I WILL ..,..Control Colt. Itwtor Hoot 4 A -Clot l>ol orko IIM.M 01 paw sl _Ie.... FR 21411CourrtovO.
por looity N. MM 0)ylli Moorlnf Aid L.w.II __ Molt to MMoroorciioocrty
17I-1I1t or 1711041ES PS 3401 5..7515001, Ie 01/1 775 tor 62 Plymouth 62 Partch.

DOLL ClOTH" 00 TN55,51. / / ...ac_ Froo 413003 .... 50005.015 Sopr.
4,51M -..- SM 515 551 Urw."1/y Cb.rosf 211 W. UniY.rilfy" 011 .,.::. 03 1.

5010C1 $505 I. (111411 w .. .-.. .... '- one "-. $2995
1RVIC1And ] PS 54720P 0.,_.. 073. Photo_lit 100, I N. Ma. It. tf lttt "... I Pkm n 6-5J71
SEIlome $1395
MY I pool toMo | :::. ko'K I
.... loon Miold ocoolor, ... 71 MiMldtl Mtnlwr> o.
**> tor IIM ptojn* VU4o 61 Su"b'l"
or IPM''. 21'AUTI.Ut. cftll4's ..1."IOi'wllR + N + N + 11 11 + f N +
ir ; I 5nd 1.50 51114 + I 54 Ford A/papa. 5x.2.
50A05 5/5.311570105 TV.PI512 for ..... ... 1511 PI 111
Bu w 11.w1 055011. I 1 tdo'l... .11oo$2195
!,unesslofi 004 0.4 told./1ss,. ,.4 3734510MM yP i "n--. 1111 .. '64 PONTIAC 4 dr hIt loaded $2995 ... 50004500 "--
5 P0.. Sow SIN.S ..
i-MOAIILITI. MO WIN ortro .. It 1911 NI ,'" St.iiA. '64 ANGLIA wag.; like new $1445 $345 I :
Brekar ..... tor oow. *11r.. KM orIrOM .| kPMlt OTO.. COO) Mt *OW.wm : I 5S Pontiac:

Mortgage .tor Mr CM OM-UII, *. 0.l tor not WMt ewy 63 BUICK R.V.. full equip. $3295 c 3.wIIM.. ..,......

M MG."A'MM liloroot.'' _..lorwt. to c. L. MAftRUi. awy.U.SMO5I AoIoa05 17 ..... 50//105.OHM 1210(.*$011130415* ""* **. | (IN4l '64 CORTINA, 2 dr., R&H . $1495 I r'0111/50101. roa0. Mai
r r-:.. IJDonkVd I/PINA/. Pr Id p00 C-1155005_- Sod IS 740 501100057 w..2.. Mtl M7107y I1fo I/.415l P70701111M M I4 MI105I111 554 015511.05.cI 0574ho1.10111.1n1 '63 FORD Country Sedan, 6J'.0:d $145

.. ,..,., ... .. -- 'L 101. _. $5510q.
( 50A MUSIC; CO.
PI 3745G. 051101 air R&H, PS, PB .. $2395 Iff X01.105..
PIt. 1'6.lJ ''t. WrbMI1q5 III II. nlP't
(-- '63 MERCURY air PW PS PB $2295
Nba1 3013. W .o.Y7w1a1 M 2157.NI1 ...,. Doors HammondOrgans 60 Vulhall

11311 1 --- ,5520. 5*1,0I' w /1Nw1r1.N710 '62 PONTIAC cores $2195 d- -

15150511- c- 057171 040/1. DODO IPICIAI 05. 1---' 520 ... '
... .... .IIIIC&, .- 1.00011315 1 == 010* .50. 0511100 .00. 020 5500 63 COMET 2 dr., economy car, $1395 $495
II N. 51.0 I 01 P*. .. tfcOVDrinkittfl '' woe 1.01 4 751.0 Pwrr $73.m. 6J Ford
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