Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00246
 Material Information
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 10, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00246
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Oh come ye all who believeIn
Christmas, for now beginsthe
magic season
The generous Yule spirit I I
glowed on the faces of hundreds Halt Viet Nam
of mommies and daddies Fighting
who watched the annual parade

downtown Wednesday. i,
and thousands of children were
glad they, brought the grownups .
along to see It. 6 Americans LDJ Rush)
Tots astride their dadd I I. .' ,

about shoulders In corduroy and teeners skirts swaying watched Die As Reds Talk .'W'ithGromyko 1

and enjoyed It.
Even Scrooge, watching froma !
Parade Santa came, waving to the faithful doorway so he wouldn't be Step Up War d'

seen smiled a fittle
The P. K. Yonge school SAIGON South Viet Nam 77 By JOHN M. H1GHTOWER iI\\ I'
?band marched down the street (AP) Sii Americans have AP special CerreipeodentWASHINGTON \
What Does Christ playing "don ye now your gay died during the past two days of 4,. (AP) The ,
appanreH" and pretty majorette hard fighting in South Viet Namas yq Johnson administration baa
MeanChristmas? pranced before gaily the Communist Viet Cong asked the new Soviet leaders to .'
', dressed In brief snowman suits, intensify their effort to overrun us. their Influence to halt Communist
with three black buttons up the the country. Another American operations from North
Some nay Christmas Is for children." front and coal spot noses. Is missing. Viet Nam against South Viet
Other'contend we don't put the proper emphasis on the Behind marched ells, down Nam
meaning of the Christmas from Santa's shops on the South Vietnamese military The request was mad to Soviet
We say, 'Lets put the two together" And, we've come North" Pole Just for the occasion officials: believe the Viet Cong .9 e a Foreign Minister Andrei A. ,
has launched winter
up with this! planEncourage : -epring Gromyko by Secretary of Slate
your child to writ a piece on "What the Santa and Mrs. Claus were offensive. Beginning last week. Dean flunk In the course of I
.Birth of Jesus Christ Means to Me." on hand, waving at the children end Communist attacks Increased aeries of conference Cromyko
The Sun will award three lit prize for the top piece In assuring them all\ that sharply held here with Rusk and President .
three age categories The money will go to the religiousor Christmas soon will be here Communist raids and ambushes Johnson Rusk also asked
charitable organization chosen by the winner The mercury stood at a bal- at scattered points In the Russian Wednesday to
The three competition categories will be (1) grade schoolchildren my M degrees and Mrs Claus, mountainous central Viet Nam work for peace Southeast
((2)) junior high and ((3)) high, school In her long black stock I Ings, Cong hopes to drive government Asia
Entries will be Judged on the basil of the thought behind was not cold. Nor were the forces from that area adjacentto AFTER WEDNESDAY'S 'I III EM)LV CONFERENCE Gromyko conferred with
the writing by a panel of community religious leaders thousands of onlookers. Communist North Viet Nam.A Gromyko and Johnson flack grin following long ..*.Ion Johnson at the White louse for
from divergent faiths Writing skills Itself! will not be Like toy soldiers marching I US. Army officer killed about N minutes In a show of
counted to the extent that a first grader will be Just as the A. L Mtbine school band Wednesday a battle to retakea cordiality, the President escorted ,
capable of winning as a sixth grader. came thumping down the hill raised to 23 the numberof Jet Crash at Patrick him to the door when the talk
Entries must not exceed 100 words. They must be writ I street, playing a particular I Americans who have died in ended
ten, printed or typed legibly. swinging, happy rendition of combat In South Viet Nam since Cromyko said disarmament
Entries may be mailed to "Keep Christ In Christmas," I "Oh Come All Ye Faithful" December 1MU Kills 2 Air Force MenPATRICK and several other subject were
The Gainesville Sun, or brought to the Sun office. Behind I them came the A US. spokesman laid an dUcw-ed In his meeting with
Deadline for entries will be Monday noon, Dec. 21 and I Gainesville High School band, American enlisted( man and an the President and added "I
every effort will be made to announce the winner Christmas Its members dressed In caU-! Australian officer\ were wounded AIR FORCE BASE mission, the Information office think that the ixrhange of view
Day.Articles. I co and kitchen plaid, hula I to the same battle near the (AP)-Two Air Force men were reported. was useful and the atmosphere
submitted will be published from time to time, skirts and bunny suits, ad In provincial capital of Tam Ky, killed today when a twin Jet Witnesses laid the plan. apparently In the court of the conversation
but those selected for publication will have no bearing on tended to remind the children, about 350 miles northeast of SaU J .S7B missile tracking plane roM only a few feet off was friendly*
the judging. Entries cannot be returned and publication I and grown ups that anythingIs eon. Several hundred Viet Cong crashed: and burned on takeoff the runway and then fell back He did not specify) (he other
will' names will be reserved for the Gainesville Sun. possible at Christmas overran the fortified hill before The Air Fore Information of. to the ground and caught fir*. topks taken up with Johnson.
I (See PARADE Page Si government forces fought their lice withheld nameof the victims The plan carries equipment But he did lay that the Presi.
way back. pending notification of next to record data on torn mlssit dent welcomed the |3U million
TO CONFER WITH BURNS AGAIN Earlier the VIet Cong killed a of kin. and rocket \launching! from defense budget cut which was
U.S Army officer In a highway They were tile only two nearby Cap Kennedy. It was announce Wednesday by Soviet
ambush to Phu Yen Province, aboard th. plane, which was not ticketed to support Titan Premier Aleut N. Kosygln.
230 mile northeast of Saigon taking off on routine training launching\ scheduled today. Asked whether Johnson and
Says He'll Name along the South China Sea he talked about the possibility of
Bryant A helicopter gunner was killed an Cant-West summit confer
and a UJ. Army adviser wan i 'Ik', Cromyko brushed aside
and presumed dead or
missing the question.
Next WeekTALLAHASSEE captured In fighting< Tuesday fora I Johnson was imderstood, how.
Nine Regents fortified hill In the An Lao ever, to have developed the line
mountain valley, 300 miles that he I II deeply Interested la

(AP) Got.Farri next week about the appoint- Burn, would make the appoint. northeast of Saigon. Three killedTuHc.y J easing tensions and Improving!
American soldiers were Cait-Weil relation, particular
Bryant said today he meets menu.In when the Viet Cong i I ,. 4 r ly I bi the field of new disarmament
probably would name hit nine "I will give serious and deep" (a expansive mood today overran a small outpost at the agreement lie baa made
appointment to the University consideration to his requests, -on of his final new confer- southern tip of Viet Nam. clear In the past that If there
Board of Regent next week. Bryant said.Earlier nce-Brynt explained some In the Communist-infested were constmrtlv result bi
h* aid, be, not of the problem facing a governor Mekong Delta, a powerful VietCong I view be would be wining to goanywhere
Tim b office In forte attacked a government
.TThai take making appotntmestL"Tess and meet with anyonefor
poG Harrison For battalion early today at the purpmwCromyko .
Jan. 1 Bryant lena office want to involve a fairly
; Ba Dui, 41 miles southwest of said fc* brought to
Jan. LSlnet wide spectrum of Florida culture Saigon. roS Johnson a message of best ....
destine State University economy and education, Government force report- v "
the Nor. 1 general be ..4 (See lOYlim. Page 1)
ratified the constitutional said "And you cannot, by beat off the attack b a half-hour
amendment letting np tile ArchitectureTALLAHASSEE law, have more than one from battle kiting an estimated M
been a county on tile board. Viet Twelve government
has Cong.
board; It*
controversial (AP) -Bay "There's aa additional problem soldier were killed and II
Mambos Jr., of St Petersburg, of determining who to to- wounded. American adviser '. u
Bryant said be would confer chairman of the State Board of forested to educatIOn. So .(tea lank pert .to the oWeiw but
with Cof.-eI< to get his views In an effort to Fferida University construe- raining their buslnewe haves M't ; i u/r t
appoint a bad .he would agree had u opportunity to evidence "
lion today a* being economical.sound .
with star the board would and octal to oducsOoa. aa (Herat to education. .I
sent during Burn*' dmtaistra- Bryant aid lilt way be di'tuns WJIKRE: ,
Earlier Ihi* week Secretary of I* to wait atS h* gathers
boas.The State Tom Adam called tame all lilt toformatlotj before actually t tltlli
two 11ft IT
of the building monstrosite deciding apo*} a Bam or TO FIND w wl.r.an It a. ....
twice without acreeroentRrport ?
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were that Bum Harrison said architect wan group Asked whether he and Burs c..1c.: 2' Yeah Minus Tonsils
would watt sota after Bryant a matter on shirk many 4u- cTscuteed putUnf a Negr oa CIee.'ie4 2111UfftohiM II
went eat *f office and change agree. and particularly ** Inpmuag the board, Bryant said: -. wan ..t ISOtwMries RIa f. Rtarr left the .k*.*ltal In Law
the ppoutmeau If they did ao< ; and dedgninf W con IIIfII DIMd. But there was M .2, 7Ovfefes dot U cut km. glut turvemty building* as the senios.." fl* 4So a.**, but week. Is ran yes may sot
told Ella sews confer- apace age." Bryant declined to ebcfaw V t* 17.22 IMW, ..'. tk* dmnmer for s *.lcal ;
roc Bryant* today be planned to confer While change were made to tad of la confeiente with w..*.'* It. 15 "..,f) ailed" BaL..... CAaafaar 6yairw+ .

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2 Gainesville. ,. Sun n.....'. December 10, 1964

: PEOPLE in the NEWBriefly. ?' More AboutSoviets Weather Roundup More AboutParade PROPOSAL



t From 1 Osee Fa&..'. redraft ef the pro.
Page Cbptes of City Attorney
From 1 :
Page code available for review .t the tathelvllle
I I Came the Santa Fe band, pored homing
Q and department.
office planning
ei from the Soviet leaden-the ZONESA ____ with majorettes dressed In red Library, city manager's Bill Green said this morning the copies will

r men who replaced Premier Nik- and white gingham, look big City Manager
few drafts
Mostly cloudy and mil ttiraugli distributed generally, since only a were pre-
ita Khrushchev in mid-October. P0mw .. hpnt rain ready to put down their batons Commission
'r.I :
:1'- the Monday
0r'd rld.r. 1MM I, pared for final consideration
An earlier meeting between L_ r.ngnr" In .... 4o.. a.tay ,L, a ... and stir up Christmas candy. not whether the code would be COJ1oIidered
Rusk and Gromyko over lunch 01'11III' I hi if mllM/ par .Iww Mrs. Myrtle Cherry, fairy Green said be first was Item sure of business Monday noting that two
i eon at the Soviet Embassy BCD Partly cloudy E godmother to the Santa parade, as and sidewalk assessment programs

produced what U.S. officials through Friday. A little warmer said Santa's helpers decided to public hearings advertised on sewer and probably should be considered

r called a lively exchange on the with high today 65 to 73. give prizes to the very bei t were legally

r IiIii'1 war in South Viet Nam. It was Low tonight 50 to 55. North- floats and bands. ftrlt. at the Utilities
at 7:39 Monday
will begin p.m.
The meeting
... on that occasion that Rusk told east and east winds 10 to 11 Belk Llndsey Downtown SSS SE Sib Ave.

r hr Gromyko the United States miles per hour today become H Merchants Association and Operations Center, _

. hoped the Soviet Union would ing east to southeast Friday. First Federal Savings an d

.. use its Influence to work for Loan were the first to third Noise Stoppers For Radio Fans
.. I Partly cloudy threuth POd,. n.rNrw -
peace In Southeast Asia. A Illtlp warmer w"H/ Won taUy near place winners in profession PHILADELPHIA (AP) The The recommendation follows
.. 71 Uw tenlpht' inner Wo. mop, eart. win
floats. Non professional
Cromyko, according to U.S. arty wliMM n to M mint per tir.t jaM1* Mayor's Committee for Noise the filing of assault charges!
in order Melrose
.. were
Informants, told Rusk the Soviet A few- enowere Parity tloudy buy III"......Mr tM ners. school Business an d Abatement has come up with a against a college history professor
Union ..., COM!. High today M IK No. pre solution to the problem of loud I
thought the United States Low tonight. 14 lo M Molly ...,",, GAINESVILLE WEATHER!: Professional Womens Club accused of hitting a woman
should withdraw its troops from wind HUM irll t par .hour. -Municipal Airport readingsfor radio playing in public places.It .
Beacon and with her
Club radio
O ertly cloudy ttirough, 'rid.,. fans bus passenger
1' 1 South Viet Nam. Rusk replied A law _.,. Ilkoly, ......, near the 24 hours to I a.m. today City Lions. suggested the radio
when she wouldn't turn It dowm.1fC1IIft1I..1Ctt .
that: the troops were In South oil c..... High today In tne Tot. use earphones.
Low tonlext. It'I'f .." .'1., High at 3 p.m.; low 50 at Among bands Gainesville :
.. Viet Nam to assist the govern- I wind It ta M mlM pot hour 3 a.m. Rainfall none High School P. K. Yonge and +etIIcKKKrKxKxrnvy \ '
.- ment and people there in the H I Portly 1 cloudy end mild Silvt/JItfJJIIJ'rclnoe
raw Ihrouglt Friday. High today. arpund to. TMPnsATUa.sLanwa.Re Lincoln High School were picked
... defense against aggression from Low taps In Iho N.. Iiiterly wlnda Hiee. Low Preclp.JackK .
..... North Viet Nam and that the II IP N mllot per .Mi,. .vllle i.1 I .7 in order, as the best musical
.. I J Portly' cloudy and mild throughFriday. Miami ;.71. ill marching units.
United States was fully In- A taw enowere Ilktly In tne TamppAtlanta N
w.i formed Palm' Soacti .". ......,. High 77 toM I 17 uNw Jurged best all round kid
infiltration of
on men !iIf as
.r.rA I Low tonight' Ni ton 70,. liitorly Soelen ::t1 17 die float was one' for the children
. and supplies from the north into wind II tp M mllot per hour. New Vark ;JI II
.rr r the south. I K Moitly fair" and mild throujh WaitllngtonCMcage, 41 21 of the Nancy Jane'sSchool
Friday. High" May roar M. Low
tonight :29 II of Dance.:
err mid 70k Sailorly wlndi II tp Kentee City i II W ..o0Pt.
20 mllot ....,.
r ES On another subject, Gromyko par Denver 41 II
... asked Rusk whether he had any ALMANAC lot Worm Anealoa' :35 11 ill a 1.11 Dr. Wins

..eM new Information to provide on Suntft lunrlM, today. .. ... .,., nsl: am.. Manic II 15 .20 Shipp y

: Dime in Time? the proposed formation ot a nuclear Mooniot tomorrow tonight .,7:11 11::It Im am.Dec. CSDAR Kay TIOIS Medical AwardDr.
hv Pint, Guor', .... ... . IS rldey-HUh et 111 '.m. and 741em. : t
.., r. weapons force TM =' Vanu, d_ 1:17 I pm r
North Atlantic;; Treaty Organization. : : Ira R hisM pwwd Ia is., .; :i L5WMARIMl: PONCAOTaN C. has been r
;.: Clayloi E. Day Yale Unl- W k a t Day describes n ono IOIIIKOPIc plops. Ng./a wnkn" leaf GULP hit to loultieeit II Joseph Shipp
The Soviet Union has campaigned I. tN.y nearly I .111.M. mllaa Stan "". Aair. knelt wind ttirovgli Friday. designated a Fellow and Associate
: his "Just fantastic perfect, Just lorIn. y f 1I
\erslty freshman Is a-king against such a force on I of the American College t

:_ fellow students for eontribu- amazing. .Just .tremendous' ," the ground that It would put nuclear of
and Is the object of his high Physicians.
:;: tons so that he may volt his finance and affection Is Megan weapons into the hands DC Firemen Get Sentencing Shipp was one of 15 Florida
West He attacked the
::IT 'girl during the holidays Day Waldo, K, of Reno, Nev. Germany.in doctors honored by the College,
project his talk with Rusk
:::. son of U Col. and Mrs. Clay. Here ahe poses with Yale of December 18 an international organization '"
means disseminating nu-
.._ ton Day of Arlington, Va., has sweat shirt, Day hope will clear $100,000In I representing specialists in In-
more widely.
:IT1 collected I13J of. his |2U goal. told her over until he gets the weapons NEWARK, N.J. (CAP) John ternal medicine and related

...-.r I.!.P Wlrpjjholp to ISO Sun i money to come see her. Rusk replied that the United W. Butenko and Igor A. Ivanov fields. S r

..- States sees the measure is one Bequest NOTICI Of OOPTIONOF
are scheduled to be sentence
ears M. L. KING which would block dissemination MOLUTION I
-- Dec. IS for conspiring to com The follewlno' reaolutlon was ragulerlyby
--, because the nuclear EBENSBURG Pa. AP .Mad the ioord ef County ComAlechoe -
Dr. Martin Luther weaponl ( ) "-
rr King Jr., mit espionage.The m".I." ...,. t Ceunly' !.Ior
r rr American Negro civil rights supplied to the proposed Allan A. Barker lived in this N irt mtwing pad wn tM y Y

.....-- leader accepted the 1964 Nobel force would be covered by such western Pennsylvania commu- charge one of three on Nas. rrY.JoLVir.AH. ..OA.DNotlca I
strict International safeguards and after he left which Butenko COUNTY COMMISSIONIU. Ala."
Peace Prize nity years ago was convictedDec. 0'
today as "pro P5,405 50,0 purwaM
Mud County.
r.. found recognition that nonviolence that no one country would be i In 1915 nobody heard much of' .' 2, carries a maximum at Pracoodlno. tor closing atroopubllilw

able to employ them. ilm. penalty of death. duly ecconllnj. ,ta the .lew. ,
Is the answer to the crucial pert it putHleallan of which notlmtached N. i
r I hereto and mode. port hero.of ,
r political and moral question Gromyko's Interest In plans i But now he's well known in U.S. Dist. Judge Anthony J.Augel p hearing ... duly held I at 1 :10.. I t {

-. ., of our time-the need for for the force was sharpened by I these parts. He has left a be- i, who presided at the'palr'l ,P.M.. on to _the.1doI'HI day and of determine December whether AOt !,,

-, man to overcome oppressionand the fact that Johnson concluded quest to the Dauntless VolunteerFire trial, announced the sentencing :,,,not dlieontlmjo,the County and would ctote vacate that ,portion ohm I Iof I

violence without resorting 'Tuesday two days of confer Co. date Wednesday. that certain. etroot, kl Alachua ,
r to violence and oppression." ences with British Prime Minister It ty.,. Flerlde,ot publkalonr0N.0Md COU"'I,
King got the monetary award Harold Wilson in which the Just how sizeable the firemen I.. At Iho lima and place let tar !
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didn't know until Marina all lntero.ted per were glv
Gainesville Sun
of 273,000 Swedish kroner ,
r S33, nuclear weapons Issue was the m Ins opporhmlty to .be herd andIhareupM
Tschudl 51 and a Socialist. principal one discussed. when attorneys told a special the Board ol County Commlulonen ,,
Published evenings except Alachup County Florida determined
: meeting that Barker left the ,
r Gromyko flew from Moscowto Saturday, ond Sunday morn. that lha proooMd action olvacating ,
'Ire dlKontlnuIni and 1
ELECTED New York weeks to company more than $100- the Goinmvillt Publishing abandoning ,
two ago :Ingi by loilno mat portion. ol met otreet herein ,
w 0 Hans-Peter minister attend the opening of the U.N. 000, consisting of property In the Company: ot 101 SE particularly dwcrlbod will not matorloly I.I. Is.y .
Bradenton, Fla., area and 750 2nd Plocp, Gaintsvllli, Florida Interfere with, tho County road ayilemend t
of the Interior since 1969 General Assembly. Rusk and he will net deprive any peraon ot ereetentblo ,
was and entered 01 second class
I shares of stock in the First ...
m. ot Ingren and ogroiito r
held series of talks In New
elected a mottar at the Pool Office
president of Switzerland at hit promliae tram at 'knit ana County ,
today for 196S. fork before he came here. Bank of Ebensburg. Gdlnttvlllt, Florida.CIRCULATION State ar Federal Highway.II I,
... the mat thportlw ,,
Dame Edith Sltwell. 77, IT FUP.THE RESOLVED >
The election by I Joint sessionof U.S. officials said !these talks Baker was a rancher and IATIS IT of that ordain' .,root deicrlbMM
: grand old lady of Eiglbh ,the two houses of Parliamentwas have shown no Soviet change In Financier In Manatee County CARRIIR OR MAIL end tho Mm I la hereby vacetedibandoned ,
In end dIKontlnued and the I
r poetry died last sight a a formality. The presidency basic foreign policy positions.. I Fla. He died In a Bradenton 1 Week .4S oard ot County Commlulonort. herohyronouncee I,
: ( London Hospital. C a I s a ol have 1 Mat. $US and dlKlalmt any right ot mo I
however served to,
rotates annually among the seven They nursing home.on Nov. 28 at the County and Public In and to any laM
r death Is suspected !Ie be heart the All mail subscriptions fnuitbd or Intoreited therein contained In met
members of Switzerland'sgovernment strengthen Impression age of &2. : : I I
Mrtlon ot met oertaln abet In AlachuaCounty.
: attack. paid In odvoncp.
; Tschudl who was U.s. policy makers that the Soviet Florida, and pertlcularly doed ..rl. I
Member of Audit Bureau of
No one here recalls that he at followi-
government wants to main-
HATLESS vice president this year was Circulation./ That '
next In line. tain friendly relations with the was a volunteer fireman.A I "'olwoen s'I.tfJ.wln.'v 71,1Nr ,! THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
An malarial
contalnad Mill Ittha a. .Mwn an Ma map ......cIod 1ft
.. President Johnsoi will dispense 123 and announced he had West and may be ready at some property ot mo Oalnonlllo' 0. M. Rook It, pooo 40X *!
hurricane Is a tropical l I PuDllthlno Compony leI IM4. ..- antis OP COUNTY : FOR QUALITY AT ANY PRICE
In the next to negotiate
point -
: with the traditional top i given It to the civil rights cause. year production In whala" or 'In part H COMMIasioeRsALACNUA ,
: hat and morning coat at his i King 33, Is the 12th Americanand on specific Issues such ai storm with sustained winds in I atrlctly lorblddon without.., tha writtenparmluion COUNTY, f LOP IDA. :
at tha .II.hl.r. ,
the third new, limited disarmament excess of 75 miles an hour. I 1II2tltll a." Carmlcn'I I
r Inaugural taking the oath In a Negro to win the : : III! The Original

: black suit and four-In-hnnd tie. peace prize. He was honored for measures, settlement of Rus-

: The word on what the President asserting the principle of nonviolence .Ia', long-standlnK lend-lease y

.. will wear Jan. 20 came> In the civil rights move debt to the United States, and i i ii

: Wednesday from his wife's ment. trade relations. j I ONLYWOOOWMJI 101'0011. fOG.'

.:. Carpenter press secretary She Mrs.also Elizabeth said the I bItUflVIc! 12 SHOPPING DAYS i Presenting for Your Selection, i

. president planned to appear In PM Nona npomanlo, w tunas Stylet CNLY !nlL CHmSIMAS
,dinner Jacket and black tie at lotkeo. en "'I. .... : (and )
gift giving Many Styles
tho four Inaugural balls to beheld ABSOLOM HIERS for

r In the capital that night. Mr. Absolom Pliers 88, of Men and and Colors !
508 SE!: 2nd Place, died Wednesday Boyd Ipr1t e e

FSU POST st Alachua General i

Hospital after a long Illness.A "" !iats in M "'I and Boy's Wear /orCHRISTMAS Florida r
Florida State University appointed retired farmer, he lived In THE ANDES Exctuiivt cloth 50% poly =

e Pete Fannon of Tallahassee Gainesville 23 years. He was y i aster, 50% cotton with sip-out orlon pile liner 2
director of ad.
born In Colquitt County Ge.
SALE r i 4000 =
missions today.
Surviving are one daughter, .
Fannon was I representative Mrs. S. J. Benton, Gainesville; M

* of a publishing firm's textbook three sons Joseph A. of Gainesville y i THE DUNOALK Ewlutlv calibre doth i

: division. llowell C. of Orlando and SWEATERS FOR MEN AND BOYS "y i 65% Dacron poly.itpr-339t cotton. Zip-out

Ralph H. of Albany, Ga.; three ,
NEW COLONELCol. y liner 100% Super-Alpaca 55.00. :c
brothers Spencer and SI I music

= ; Preston Hardy air of Moultrie, Ga., and Riley of 40% OFF y! THE POOLE Excluuvd eilibrt cloth 6J% i
.. science professor at Florida Alton Ga.; 17 grandchildren to

: State University was assigned and IS great a grandchildren. sly: Dacron polyester, 35% cotton, completely washy 2

3 to assistant commander of Air With, field prostate Marshal operationever Viscount .j; y i ind west 3500 :

Fore Reserve officer training OUR ANNUAL SWEATER EVENT .
r ,
Montgomery ef Ala 1 m eta r ,ar
99 ,
: Units throughout the southeast
.. with headquarters at Maxwell loaves London's King Edward &111 Etch year In May wo alert (looking at a taiap III.

: Air Force flaw, Ala. VII hoipltal. Famed WWII fins picking and choosing the w S:, FOR THE LADIES 2

., The university said Col. liar- general' was 77 years old CREAM of the sweater.. market by the 11.50 Sri, THE DUCHESS Shelf mad. of excluslvd -III

: : dy would assume his new duties last month.COIBS. first of September wo know the styles, i: ,
cilibrt cloth i
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Thursday, December 10,

I Jenkins To Be Questioned J. M. FIEL'S

!' In Bobby Baker Probe

WASHINGTON AP) The- Ins be called for questioning. public or closed-door hearing _
Senate1 stormy Bobby Baker They were outvoted by the will be held. Jenkins was hospi-
hearings have been closed down Democrats. I talized with what his doctor described -
I until next year after agreement
A committee member said as "nervous
exhaustio4" ,
was reached to call I
Jenkinsfor that Jenkins'condition will havea when his arrests became'
White House aid Walter
questioning.The major bearing on when he will known. Later he left the hospital
be questioned and whether and returned home. \

that the committee"party girl"also issue decided that o. .?"? W1-1 OL.E 1 A i i I I

has bobbed up in the Baker II
probe required no further inves

tigation.Jenkins resigned in the midstof ,
the presidential campaignafter i '
disclosure he twice had 1 tl v. -
been arrested on morals -
charges. His resignation was j '
requested by President Johnson, ,
with whom he had been closely auLUTr DISCOUNTCHRISTMAS %t LATE EVERYNq f \ ,
associated for 25 years. '
: : :
The Senate Rules Committee.
announced no date for questioning -- '
Jenkins as part of its probe ; i ; :
Into the outside business and LAYAWAYS AND ., ,
fiancial dealings of Bake. >f fi ;
former secretary to the Senate BUDGETS' INVITED t
Democratic majority. :

Jenkins' name was broughtinto kv1e1
the inquiry months ago in i1
testimony by Don B. Reynolds A, ..:: ....... tr
a local insurance agent, about M tea wm" :;;..0:. e1d
the purchase of advertising time
on an Austin, Tex., television 1 19700
station controlled by President 5-30%! } }t t /
Johnson's family. :" -::.::: i. .
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Sen. B. Everett Jordan, D- i eo!'" 44 } ', ,
N.C., the committee chairman, -- 9700 1 ( J
said he would issue a statement pp1ES' I

later on decisions taken at a pNDg :! U. _.*.. fmnmi.. MM .*
closed meeting Wednesday that D i, HOLIDAY
GSCultured w w IML. r ns. ..M
lasted for four hours. _
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II .
be called for questioning came
from Sen. John Sherman Cooper ] Quilted acetate
R-Ky., at the start of a public 4 ttirxialomjleecl! Sate 1/ttr1 fl.t""J w

meeting hearing of the following committee.the closed SCHIFFU TRIM! U' ACETATE ft NYLON! ACETATE QUILT! ORION ACRYLIC!

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reveal the committe'i decisions -
since he had been Informed 4.97 4.97 -
that Jordan bad told ."f"jrSplal
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committee Investigators, de
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4 GoI....,, Sun Thursday, .......... 10, 1964 t


,'f <&amt5uille! un OF I r The Riots r


: JOHN R. NAu SON, rratidmiPuMllhWI and r ,

.. ('I r PAT COWLII VIM ,..... m r t At Berkeley r
:; Florida's Beautiful 'I''t| SO JOHNSON Vice Pr..M.nt f.
.' ,(, i .... SlKUllM S,,tKI W. e. (Sin)
K SlllliOLS VMS PrMIMnl/ m< A" /
:. University City' Mrtlllnt DI,..,." |OS TAKTAOLIONI, JR.
..' Vici PrniMnl end ClrtuiiilM M. By RALPH McGill s By
it Is Oat actually gal-
'.HlMf mi Wi.,..?. VvMIMltr i It Is not easy to discover
:: THE SUN'S POLICY 01 mi AlliMi, (oe.| Cans iSYnN. G ', vanlzed .1 those students and non-students and faculty at
a S w to their[ anarchic
3 Ili University( of California in Berkeley
i the
: '1. Report the news fully 4nd Impartially In the news columns. t( 1: the order of the University. It H after all inner-
assault on
:, 2. tftnni the opinion of Hit Sun In-but only fcv-fditorioli. The 'DeathOf r w s ,,: l ;+ Implausible that 800 suldents should accept arrest, and

: I. Publish all II del of Important controvtrilol Inuei. ny j ; ently 500 faculty members should declare for the replaceinert .

Sun's All 378-1411 +i of the University's Chancellor, simply because the
: telephones: departments A 4/_ ,, administration undertook to enforce a regulation against

... -. 1 the solicitation of student support and student funds for off-

.. '
political causes.
r campus
f The students at Berkeley can hardly consider themselves

; 'I Pledge Allegiance.... LegendWashington r I politically frustrated Over the years Berkeley has been a

paradise for the licentiously Inclined Ideologists. It has

'" I pledge allegiance to the flag clslons on prayer and Bible reading Notes Alas I been remember the center the San of radical Francisco student riots?activities). The administration In California

-t of the United States of America for the old legends, they die (
inevitably to banning mention of God of confusion and tergiversation but finally crystallized .
one by one. Time was when was guilty
for which It
and to-the
in the schools. Refusal to review the "the country" was equated its position: the students could do whatever they
stands nation under God In.
but In certain areas of the
wanted to do politically only
divisive with liberty and justicefor Pledge of Allegiance case indicates with pastoral I n nocence.
all. that this Is not the intention of the This Image was never wholly campus would they be permitted to set up their political

court. true, and it has been dying 7 .-. Mtivulltii booths, the Idea being to spare part of the area of the

for a long time. The latest campus the hectic solicitations which sometimes made the
The U. S. Supreme Court has re
crime statistics from the FBI DOGIESChange campus look less like a center of learning than an ROTC
4 fined to review a New York state The prayer and Bible reading cases for the first nine months of for political 1 Ia
decision that it is not : rtsobvious
court holding
4) unconstitutional for pupils to recite differ from the Pledge of Allegiancecase the year likely will finish it DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE NEWS COLUMNISTS n
I hat this was a woe deel.
the Pledge of Allegiance in the pub. in that prayer and Bible readIng off.In '
obvious/ that is
sion, nor was
"d lie schools. The suit was brought by are clearly religious observ 1964, It appears, the barefoot -
not. It does seem to be ob-
boy with cheek of tan
'II individuals who contended that In. Not Crisis
ances. The Pledge of Allegiance is may well be a delinquent vious that what then happened
; serting the words "under God" In
not a religious observance, but an man. It apparently is best not was a. clear case of
the pledge converted it Into a religi..d
..J ous observance which should be ban, exercise in patriotism. The referenceto to look beneath the shade of -- over-reaction. One would
the old apple trill or wander American role during this pe, !I''gi.e thought that IS 11.-
:: ned with God has no special significance for By WALTER LIPPMANN will eventually come as part
in accordance decisions.As previous any particular religious faith. down yon shady 1 I. n.. One After several visits to Europe of this process, or that the clod would be. ministration announced that

Supreme Court never knows what might be during the pant year It Smoa ict cui.lat In irreconcilable There number of every morning at dawn ten
are a
I going on there. has become fairly plain to me for some years to politically obnoxious students
David Lawrence pointed out In The of the First Amend plans for European unity In
purpose The crime rate for the nation that President) Lyndon Johnson come and that Russia will thus would be publicly executed.
: his column in last Thursday's Sun, f ii liber showed circulation, a French, a German Jt Is pot to
ment to guarantee religious a frightening Increase was right when he said recently draw closer to Europe. easy arouse
It would be a mistake to rend great of 13 cent the a Belgian and in Italian whole campuses to such dire
ty. The "establishment" of a religionby per over at Georgetown University There are, surprising as per.

fl.) significance into the SupremeCourt' the state would be unfair to other same period for 1063. that "the Atlantis allianceis haps it sound, no fuiiilainen- gin. with All of the them proposal, I think,for be- pitch, and It certainly does.

action,The decision came THE LARGEST increase in not In the midst of crisisbut tal differences over the asso- not appear that the provocation
religions The requirement that the regular meetings
say quar-
any single category was a 33 ... it Is in the midst of ciation of Great Britain with was substantial enough
without comment from the
Judges Bible be read or a prayer recited in per cent rise in forcible rape change," Europe. The eventual Inclusion terly, of the heads of the European to justify massive sit-ins inN

i and in no way represents a reversal the schools violates the First Amend. In suburban .r.... This was Our prime need Is to come of Britain In Europe is g o v e rnments. Each the Administration Build
of earlier decisions banning required ment, in the judgment of the Supreme closely followed by a to an understanding of that assumed by the French, The" has Its own trimmings deal ing. One must conclude that

,: prayers or required Bible reading in Court. In the majority opinion 32 per cent rise In the same change so that our attitude question, as the French lee It, ing with such secretariat matters and as .a a the student body, or at least

schools. category In rural areas. and our policy may deal with is whether and when and how European ;a a substantial part of the

in the 1962 decision outlawing- Cities, those wicked places, the real world as It is today. Brltan will adjust Its vital Interests European parliament. The essential student body, seized by the
and Idea in
quired Bible reading and recitationof were bad enough with a. 17 The Cuban confrontation of in the remaining em. common heady notion that students t

Nevertheless, the court's action the Lord's prayer Justice Tom C. per cent growth In this specific 1M2 brought a successful testing pare, !In the commonwealthand all the plans is that there ought to run the affairs of

may ease the fears of some that the Clark said that the government must crime, but they were a far and stabilization of the In the sterling area, to must be regular consultation the university, gravitated to

court would find the logic of Its d.. "maintain strict neutrality neither safer place for young ladiesto balance of nuclear power between the European situation.If at French the highest the Germans level by the the this opportunity to press their
be than In the suburbs or the Soviet Union and claims by flamboyant action
aiding nor opposing religion." In the the conflicts within the alliance Italians and eventually t h s
country. the United States. The changes do not arise from vital British.IF Indeed Mr. Mario Savio,
Smaller' cities had much within the Atlantic alliance the Yorker
New who Is the
Issues, what are they about? WE THINK of these
History Of The higher crime Increases than have been In the making movement's Savonarola, declaimed .
They are about .what to expect European meetings we shall.
Justice William J. Brennan Jr., in the larger ones. In cities of since the late 1950s. But and what to for not far In understanding from his rostrum to
go wrong
a concurring opinion went to 10,000 and less the crime rise since the Kennedy-Khrush in a crowd of 3,000 cheeringstudents
on say the next 10 or. 13 years. General De Gaulle's
Pledge was 22 per cent is against chev confrontation In 1962 the
that administrators
Th. Plld was that "not every Involvement of religion 6 per cent In the cities with, confrontation In 1962 the almost General De Gaulle, knowingthat purpose when he lays down really have no business getting

composed In 1892 by members in public life violates the a million\ or more population. universal European the present Soviet-Ameri the essential French condition in the way of university

of the staff of the Youth's Com- Establishment\! clause. Our decision The national record li a dis- conviction has been that the last can forever balance of power that will not the : It is shall that take no European Its \life, that the university
assumes country problems
.'panlon, a. magazine for young in these cases does not clearly fore mal one But as for the South world Is not in the near future Immediate business of Western to Washington until I 1 Is simply the faculty

cast anything about the constitutionality ern states, their percentagesare faced with a nuclear war. This and the students, period:
;people. The pledge was Intended for shame shock Europe, as distinct from the there has been a European
cause ,
has released the forces of
with administrators t there
of other typesof interdependence United StatesIs to begin to consultation. The French
!originally primarily for naturalized -.. and action. The Southeasternstates change throughout the whole lay sidewalks
"only to the
: 1 citizens and Immigrant chil- between religious and other led the nation In crime continent an.d Indeed In .th,': prepare now for the emergen- that Europe will never be clean." keep
cies which arise some 15 united if London and Bonn
Increase with 20 may
vdren."v public institutions.. a stunning Soviet Union as well,
cent rise last years from now. His mind and Rome are each trying to
per over year.
The present wording, which is fixed on the Immediately make special I I CONFESS there Is some
This Includes all of years arrangements
categories IF WE KEEP this In mind,
includes the phrase "one nation Speaking for the court last year, crime. The Northeasternstates ahead of us when thereis with Washington. thing exhilarating shoal
it soon becomes evident that
Justice Brennan also said that "the still time for Europe to such an arrant defiance of
under God", was authorized by were up 14 per cent, the question of whether the pre They must first deal with bureaucratic But

I Congress In 1954. When President reference to Divinity in the revised the Northcentral 12 per cent, Western defense shallbe pare for the future. one another and not compete In fact the administrators authority. of

Elsenhower signed the act, Pledge (the Pledge was revised 10 and the Northwest states 17 "European" or "Atlantic" makes ABOUT certain THAT basic FUTURE he for the favor of the United the University of '.California

: he said that "In this way years ago to include the "under God" SEVEN CATEGORIES are is s false Issue. All European tions. One is that in the assump course States. This Is the basic reason are responsible for conduct-
carried In the murder why France the
phase) merely the historical report; policies, French, German, opposes Ing the affairs of, the University
(through adding the phrase under may recognize forcible rape, robbery, aggravated British,. Italian, Hungarian, of a generation the United entry of Britain I into "Eu

God) we are reaffirming the fact that our Nation was be. assault, burglary, larceny Poland, Yugoslav start from States may not be willing to rope" at this tune because and in fact seldom
Is life than
lieved to have been founded "under and auto theft. bear the burdens of protect the British count more oppressive
over $50
transcendence of religious faith and depend wholly on the upon a special when students take over the
ing Europe which it has assumed
In America's heritage and future God.' While there was a national Increase maintenance of the balance of relationship with the university's affairs One has
since the second world
the massive list In United States which has prior.
which reached In
In this way we shall constantly the Southern states can hard- power was war: the United States has ity over the Interests of Eu only to look at the typical
1362 and has been acceptedboth
This reasoning mentioned by Justice vast and complicated interests university In Latin AmericaMexico's
strengthen spirit ly be Ignored. by the Soviet Union and rope. This Is why the Frenchare
ual weapon which forever will Brennan appears to be the explanation Crimes such as dynamitingare the United States. in Asia, Latin America and so strongly opposed to for instance

be our country's most powerful for the court's refusal to not Included In the report. When I say accepted, I mean Africa which will\ demand Increasing the American plan for the dictate(where the students salaries! even) or
Moreover faculty ;
resourceIn and In review the Pledge of Allegiance If they were added, the Southern that the United States MLF-because it Is in their
peace war. he assumes that the European at some in Japan Tokyo's
record would be really In has accepted the commitment minds a special G e rot an-
case.Voice nations will not forever be for instance (where student
credible. One In Mississippi American military alliance
city to maintain Its nuclear
willing depend for their defense unions dictate policies) to be
(McComb) had 17 bomb- and ours. This was sealed and outside of NATO.
., on the United States. satisfied that one has onlyto
I Ings before arrests were made ratified In the test ban treaty Whether or not the French
I The task of the West Europeans give plenipotentiary authority
and confessions obtained. The which was an abandonment by conception of European
I of the I II total of such crimes of violence both countries of the search In this post-Cuba era Is will\ work Is a question unity that to students in orderto
to the
begin to unite politically and appreciate professional
People "
i In the South Is doss to for an "absolute weapon. to for their defense. cannot be answered u n less administrator.I .
100. They are not, however, Everyone In E u r e p e starts prepare. and until It has been tried It

I I in the report. front this premise, be he Gen is not hard for the American went to a university that

-On The Sun's Opinion Poor Houston, St. Louis, and San eral De Gaulle, Mr. Wilson, The field of Franco-Xmerl- traveler in Europe today to didn't even have a student

Francisco, for example were Chancellor Erhard or the new can discussion is this coming see strong reasons why a unification government, and life there

OdnlWM' sad .*.......... e4 2..sd.. .. ere v.l..m/ |I. the V.4..5 l the ,....1.| .,...... L. t.,. ahead of Washington, D. C., leaders In the Kremlin. 15-year period when Western of Western Europe is was gloriously free and superbly
muit be il.ml( sad .... she ....... ........ ......" will" .. withheld It .**....,*.. A I.".. ......... in crime percentages for Whe re then do the differences Europe, secured within t h i exceedingly difficult In view relaxed. There are
..t ...... 500 wade' ..4 ..... .t ....in.. .. .HT .?, ?., ., t/,. ...... ?,,, ...?., fc. ,..-. ,,,. cities In the MO.000 to 1,000- with General De balance of power achieved by of the divergent In some very bad and very

Sun'_.e.mtfvtl the e4.he N r.I.| .. seta ...... *t M ihwlm It, wiihtul .h...!*., IK. won,, m......, ? 000 population group: 10 were Gaulle begin? Not on the fact the United States must seek terests and preoccupations: of stuffy school administratorsIn

Baltimore, Dallas, and New that the peace of Europe depends to find Its political unity and Britain partitioned Germany the world and some of

Educated Use children and pets, let us say, fortunate Is ducking the Issue Orleans. on the big American an effective defense of1 I III ind Italy.I them are undoubtedly at

If not the general public? Efforts at educating have The South has a high per nuclear force rather' than on own. I made a special effort shall attempt to deal with Berkeley; but sight unseenI

Of PesticidesEDITOR. The answer does not lie In been made. They should fOlio centage of school drop outs, the small French force. Not to understand concretely the these questions In my next ar would hand over to them

belittling "Silent Spring"I tinu. Meanwhile let those in while and Negro. It also leads on the fact that Western Europe French view of what the tide. the keys to authority rather

Sun: In his re- Nor Is It right or believableto positions to do so, recognize the nation In the percentageof wishes to keep the six than to the Mario Savios.

cent letter answering mine of suppose, though some do, there are steps that can be unemployed young people. American divisions on the Continent whose idea of what California

Nov. 1> in which I reported that pesticides are any safer taken which will make the Southern per capita income On the contrary, de owes him seems to be

the Irresponsible way a well than dynamite caps In t b e public less apprehensive at remains below the n a tional pits all that Is said about the Almost $1 Billion the absolute protection of his

known professional pest con- hands of children or careless the sight of the bug trucks. average. These are but tome independence of Europe, the right to afflict the entire

trol company bandied a neigh adults; and that must Include Pest control ought really to of the factors advanced for French government Is count- For campus with whatever political

bors spraying within a few professionals as well as ama- include every kind of nuisance explanation of the ex treme tag upon and hoping for the Wiim-Dixic Storestween cause exercise his sensitive -

feet of our house, C. W. Townsend teurs. Man's fight with nature rise In robbery, burglary, and continuing presence of American conscience.

perhaps gives the Impression for his lap-sided share of auto theft troops for at least 10 years (tFr.m'the Orlando Sentinel) >9tO and $913 million

that my letter Is calculated the harvest Is understoodand KIT BERCH more. The Devises A. D. and J. worth of merchandise. THE IMMEDIATE Issue

to scare someone.He seen as necessary RURAL AREAS, suburbs, AS ONE FRENCHMAN who Sales for the at the University of California
year ended
notes that an average of All the small cities and towns, all had speaks with authority said to E., have by hard work and last June 27 MaVd! $a7' million Is, as Governor Pat

140 deaths occur per yearfrom evidence Is not In. hooking Increases In over-all me In discussing recurring honest values built an amazing Earnings Brown put It, order or an
But the fire mil-
Improper uses of pesticides ant experienceand crime They also have e n e t 11 .,' -rAUetns
the a u e a II" food chain. Lon or |112 a share A archy. The strategic Issue Is
endrln fish
kills at year
by unqualified or care.less common denominator. All are the American forces In Germany
earlier over' the Who
sales question.
people and quotes Infor the mouth of the Mississippiriver Attic WaresBeat under'po.iced. This Is true of : "We know you will\ not They opened their second lion prof $9 .were J.l82 mil ? It would bea pity governs

mation that must appear bylaw preclude credence for the large popular suburbs In keep them there forever but store In Orlando about 30 minion. If the rioters to ,Berkeleyhad

on pesticide contal n e r honestly and calmly given the eastern United States as we would rather have four divisions years ago. From that two- Commenting on the im. their and worse

labels. All well and good. I answers that are not complete Bait well as In the county seals of that stayed fer 10ytars store chain, 110 stores have provement the Davises Mid still If their way victory\ resultedIn

have no quarrel with Town- just because they are sincerely small population. The latter than six divisions that been opened throughout the Economic: conditions art bet. defamations
send's statistics. It would ,Iven. For It Is unlikely ter!' In our territory than sympathetic
11-- two may have no more one staved for only three years South. a around the whose
seem wise! though, to point up that entomologists (and this or two policemen.All There are no Important differences year ago and the tax cut has country
the singularly careless way In Is no criticism of Mr. Townsend The !belief that live bl! It large American e I ties on the basic view of Wlnn Dixie Stores Inc. helped make consumers feel effect would be to increase
which sprayings are applied ) unless they have additional the second large cask crop in have Inadequate numbers! ell East-West relations that the keeps grossing more and better about buying." the power of students

next door to our residence training as lexicologists, the like rrgloa' .! New lUmpihirv police. The taxpayer grumbling two h a I v e s of Europe are more, paying more dividends True enough, but so has parietal decisions In their
and next question the qualift are able to prognosticate accurately I* tmnHSwi. The tightrravlrn about taxes does not drawing together through \locrtailsg For the fiscal year ending their aggressive sales campaign : campuses. /

cations of the applicators who exactly what the effects m (Ub an4 sUgrammlte want to pay for larger num t economic and next June 3, Chairman J. E. plus attractive pric The gap tVmrt :'taxpayersef

wear the name of the firm on of abusive use of pesticides art stilt a steady 'bers. He Is. of course, a a* cultural Intercourse or that Davis and President!' A. D Davis JIll and other sound merchandising CaUoTBia, vie have

their shirts. This leads us on a complacent public bantam bit the kill stands O}fit when bit house ls looted the reunification of Germany expect W-D to sell be- methods made' I.-

back to the original ques will eventually be. Only a ... art .atnnmlwrH many or when be reads of rob- waJjabfesplendid
entitle and well qualified
fool weald I say, without times ever by UM utiqut/ !bevies, but he vote againstall POTOMAC FEVER ;at IcasC tsxflty intellectually

tion.Would It not be germane to tongue In cheek that proof of shops, whirl. bate multiplied !Increases la m 11I11 e I pal for tfc* tensCf el Caibraia's

press local authorities to show damage must await illness or M rapidly that MM must CM- budgets. By JACK VMLSON. Cowl. \VwMnfton Bureau be

concern for the c.rel.lit of death that the abuser has no elude that the Granite Staten Meanwhile. the cities keep It's amazing how all those people null get Into trouble like that in Mist firm students. aisjfentJtJcd through to tear

highly toxic chemicals equalto responsibility an t II after have bend a way tt grtwhigU growing The percentage ef slssippi. They don't have saloons ': anything down there. Cover*pMkjM*, .. their evasion
toward wards. bedsteads aid nwhurtJuii ..
that shown rahies police protection per citizen to nuioUin.h the heads e/

and drinking well pollution, Man Is. after all, no more Either that *r every alUc goes down down. raivemlty *f Califerwla students fight bravely for frrHon of...... They elder people'die rapoasfttBty

for example? Could a more Immortal than an earthworm las bree fjiptlH Ml to gel Our regional and national believe that everyone should\ have the right U My anything bet .* ,- to decide suck questions

comprehensive code be drawn or a bobwhite regardless of UM wkmttltail) to purchase. crime rate Is enormous. It as the najnrablt Units ef

up that might afford more proto his wish to be so To dismiss f >tt .ta lilt New Hjapikiretrplakt requires the resolute attentionof Republican twernnrs fni" l tM despite I Its trouble", their party has Baity* poMiral activity M campus.

tecto" the chronically ill, pesticide abuses as un- *. every civic group where it counts. Everyone: agrees that nobody knows what to do next nil tone I an City BalL

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n !E He's A Man Who Just Can't Say No Ki:;)

I By WALKER LUNDY foreign- students now every I::

weekend for the last four )'ear.. ;
Chester Yates admits he's an
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,f "easy touch. We've met so many _onder-I' M "1tj"'ES'k

lie adds with a smile "I ; ful people and bad a L.Uh c4L

/ Mwjr guess 1m like the girl In the We: Jyjy& It HERE help unique them by,"any be means'1)'. "We're but It bas not i YoOrl

jr song I can say yes in SI lan 1

guages." .- ".... ..... ... given us many" many exprrv ON'
atone of thank

And saying "yes" he has dune I;
Chester Yates,
to the presidency of Calnllllvllle' That says
makes up for being a "soft
successful biracial -
quietly directorship Yates who began selling,graduate), Yates says he likes of International clubs at the I touch." '
committee and to a 1---
of the city't Council lift Insurance In 1948 (he is now[working
for International Friendship. special agent fur New York It Is a "very Important ask for permission to use the I'I I i ii

Life) because all it took was responsibility and an opportu- lake place and Yates, showinghis
In the he's nodded his II
pant the "courage and a car and you ally for a large contribution to, "easy touch" streak again,
head to the presidency of I
:the community !says yes. filFTS
same international group, he really didn't need the car"la -
chairmanshIp' of Gainesville's quite proud of nil two major The clubs take over from i )
lie adds, "I'm for
Joel giving
centennial celebration ((1954), activities DOW the bi-raclal there and at>k Yates and his I GALORE
the presidency of the Rotary committee and the International, very man a fair chance to wife to come as "honored I
develop U the fullest his full J
Club and a pocketful of local friendship organization. Other honored "
potential. It's right that everyman guests. guests I Throughout \ LOOK FOR LETTERS TO SANTA |
,, charity drives. He credits the bi-radal group i be give I cbance." often Include the Yates' two I tiuStort k BEGINNING TOMORROW IN THE [*
for in the children Mrs. Bobbie Sue Robertson : H
Why aiding partial
J gration of the city't schools inte-I' Hw work with the International and Sanford (Sandy),:' ) (O Satouilk Suit
Like he says' Chester Yates'fall, but Is quick to add, organization allows him and who Is a freshman at the university f !

is an "easy touch. really the effort of the whole I l his wife. community that hs made the I host some 200 foreign studentsa 'We've been around the CENTRAL CHARGE t
"I've always been sympathetic Integration picture as peacefulas : at and world the with' .. .. -_. _-
with people who are campaigning year parties picnicsat at picnic table 1aL"1i r$ ; ..
CHESTER YATES it Is. the Yates' lake place near the foods they serve out there,"
.I lor good, be says. I Keystone Heights.. he says /"wMw, to C (* jf Sun Want Ads Get; Results
"And I've sually been talked A true Southerner (Plant City *
yen In 51 language | FI>""IwmNOON-WW" LOT
Into helping." _._I native. and University of Florida]{ The students. all members 1 The couple has been hosting l
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I IV tuartesPufil UN Heads into Free-for-All on Congo: I 1 11

irtlmMnti, wtim w.n.m.>i will,,, bt found imaw Purwril Nair.. *-/
M fo 0.p.. UNITED NATIONS, NY.was expected to heat up still'1 Turning Tshombe'i charges"an smokescreen to conceal charges''ernment of tho country Itself)I The American delegate fall \\t
T4) MARKET truck collision at Crescent City. (AP) The U.N. Security more after Tshombe arrives awkward maneuver," he that they played a key role In!I against those who by their own the 22 nations who charged the
BR -Thom: W. Mar- She was coming to Gainesvillewith Council headed into a freeforall Saturday to argue his case. I said the council should deal only aiding the Insurgents. admission have" United States and Belgium with *-
key, 6. di ednesday morning her husband, a for mar debate on the Congo today) Soviet Ambassador Nikolai T. with "the action of the imperial. Stevenson said it was "almost I "The Soviet Union, which has Intervention overlooked the fact
to hear Fedorenko called the ists and colonialists and their incredible that the council been
Volusia! County school superintendent after voting charges Congo rebellion 'already reported to be that the paratroop operation"was
at .n lemorlal Hospital for the funeral of the from both sides in the dispute. a "holy 'puppets In the Congo." should be asked to hear a com rebels, la seeking In this way to purely and simply a rescue
In Lak er after a brief launched bitter Imperialism struggle"1 U.S. Ambassador Adlal E those who have advance
son of her sister, Mrs. C. W. Russia a assault against plaint against protect itself from a disclosureof mission authorized In
mness. Chalker of Gainesville. against the United States I ed Tshombe a stooge of the Stevenson replied that the Russians not intervened In the Congo,', the facts In this sorry sltua by the legally constituted
Born in rgla, be came to Survivors Include her husband and Belgium Wednesday nIghtin West I were trying to throw up a,I while refusing to_hear the.gov tion," Stevenson declared.. government of.the Congo/* i
1t19. He -- ----
Brooker was a re- a vain attempt to block discussion ---- -
who In-
was seriously
tired mail of Premier Mois;
Survivor elude his widow, jured In the accident; a daughter rshombe'a charges that Moscow,I
Mrs. Richard Martin Winter '
Mrs. Pea Markey; and a has been aiding the Congolese ... .
number o ieces and nephews Garden, four sisters, Mrs. rebels NOW!! 2 HOURS
Chalker and Mrs. DeWitt C.
Jones both of Gainesville; After a sharp exchange be-'I 'h 1@hliS
tween the Soviet and American .
.ILLILANO Mrs. S. L. Peek Sr.. Starke; i
H. R council
the rejectedthe
delegates :
Word h been received of and Mrs. Philip Mag u Ire, Russian demand that it Ignore CITIZEN'S BANK LOT ::
the death H. R. Gilliland Washington, D. C.; and two Tshof be's charges that at, (JUST EAST OF WILSON'S) W' Christmas
father of I Charles H. Gilli- brothers, Morgan Darby, Lake least three African countrieswere .
Wilson's Is 9 'Til 9 g1
Santa Fe and Charles Open
; ; Darby,
land and then of Mrs C. A. shipping aid to the rebels Street Floor
Palmer, nesday In Chica:Starke. with Russia's help. I UNTIL CHRISTMAS EVE! Men Shop-

Zoo { I MRS. RUBY CHAIRES The council voted 7-4 to take --
GillIIant, and his wife I OLD TOWN Mrs. Ruby up Tshombe'a charges as well
were en i ute to their homein Chaires, 86, was killed in an as the charge by 22 nation. MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE } ::
Albla; wa, after a visit auto accident Tuesday Old most of them African, that the "PREP" BOYS'SIZE
here will their son and h Is Town. She was the widow of recent .Belgian paratroop I 0 12.20 JACKETSSHORT
family. Oier survivors Includea McQueen Chaires, a prominent operation to rescue white hostages ::
daughfj Mrs. Charles I Old Town rancher from the rebels was Interference .
Vista, Call., internal OR HIP LENGTH =
Rowe of hula Mrs. Chaires was an active In the Congo's ORLON PILE j

Ine treat granthildren. i dchildren.and foul I donated Boy Scout property supporter for and the Old had affairs.The debate closed to the public OR QUILT LINEDJACKETS (MANY OUR EXCLUSIVE BRANDS) =w

IRS. (ORGE MARKS Town Community Building. She to prevent demonstrations, KNITS OR DRIZZLER FABRIC ::
RESCtrr CITY A De-taught school for several years U. N. Delegates \ -
Ind woian died In an auto-' before marrying and recently); t SOME REVERSI8LE-.OTHERS -=
\bile acldent Wednesday ento donated her library to the Old At Reception \ IN THAT ORLON PILE LINtD\ -
to Gainesville for h e rew's Town School FAMOUS
funeral. 'Mrs. Chaires Is survived by Aboard Liner DRIZZLER FABRIC ORIG. 259532.95
\ s. Gorge W. Marks, the a'sIster, Mrs. D. E. Williams, NEW YORK (AP) About I'
f ker Sn Darby of Starke, of Tallahassee, three n nieces 150 persons, United Nations deli ZIPPERED FRONT SELF SALE 19.99MEN'S
killer Instantly in a car- and one nephew. egates and their wives, attended OR KNITTED COLLAR.
a reception Wednesday night I

[S Band To Present on aboard the Hudson the liner River.Independence I REG. 99915.98

I. The reception was sponsoredby SALE 7.99-12.99 ALL-WEATHER
Robert F, Wagner

i ill Concert Tomorrow and United Adlai States E.ambassador Stevenson to, the the I "JR. & PREP" BOYS' ZIP-OUT COATSSOLID

r: kJainesvllle High School er Suite, by Tschaikowsky. The United Nations REGULAR OR IVY
banlill( present Its 19th An-;first portion of the program will Stevenson offered a toast to ORIG. 25.99
nualll Concert Friday at 8 end with "Fan tango," by F. "the health and welfare" of Sec-. LONG SLEEVED
pmlhe C.. Addison Pound 'Perkins I etary-General U Thant, hosp SALE 19.99
Aud m. Admission will be I The second portion will start talized with a peptic ulcer 4
I the I of a donation tag obI with "Washington Post March"I Wagner also expressed sorrowat SPORT
taint om ;any 'CHS band by Sousa, and will be followed, Thant'i absence. The mayor
noted that nationality SHIRTS't
stud'ThApiece.' by the Cole Porter tribute, "On groups '
: reside In New York City and
band, under the Stage With Cole porter.1 I
said: "We are proud that the
direclof bard Donaldson, Duke's "Autumn In United Nations la here" REG. 1.99 t OUR EXCLUSIVE FAMOUS MAKEMEN'S
pint of modern will be next and "Italian Fes
t will a program
a 'Iassleal numbers, in- tival" will follow "Manhattan DACRON TIES
cludln: tribute to.the late ,"' the Rogers and Hart number BRING THE SALE 1.69 .
and "A Touch of Jazz,"
famed of ::
shot As, daring the secon< by Richard W. Bowles, will finish
tile show.
haljoiie pibijram. "JR." & "PREP"BOYS' ORIG. 2.50-3.50 ',
Te rert'l1htart with the s "
March" by A. COTTON
"In rc gill
Lit and till follow with 1i V PAJAMASMIDDY ,SALE 1.59
lOp 4u and fugue in B Mi- TO SEE I R :' l
tr Johinn Bach'i "TheI 4i ..
no OR COAT "
I We iperd Clavichord." SANTA! ti i,

New be"; Manx Tone.. STYLES.
'. Po. \,'Manr+n Veen," by DAILY 3:00-5:30 REG.3.00.3SO "" :
Hain Wood, followed by & 6.30-9.00 .OUR OWN "CRAIG
"Tmei the Nutcrack- SALE
2.592.99Boys' ,

i. rizarcaclurch Shop'"*" F''" WASH & WEAR COTTON BROADCLOTH, I

l hal Service CENTRAL: CHARGE ..tE3IRVtI'I MORE H'/a-IT. SLEEVE LENGTHS 32 TO 34. 1 !
,, llval ;. DTILSCHRISTMAS REG. 4.00 Iw"ti ,
services will be condo i
I at the University Ave-i T sate Cedty.eaa I

nu bci img:hurch tonight of the and continuing Nazarene I II" T after waaraelnvl5ex: 1.01' .. SALE 3.59 OR '3/10.00 ': !;

j thi h Sunday at 7:90: each\ .
\. tv- g. Evangelist Ellis G. MEN'S FAMOUS MAKE
will be the speaker In, .
and special music I ...
th< -vices 7/ax-
en wi e presented by local tal- i ) SOCKS MEN'SFAMOUS ,:

i ne, of Orlando, Is a full- -, f BAN LON AND MAKE :'

tin vangelist In the Church of HIS hristmas ; NYLON STRETCH
the zarene with International JEWELRY".:'
He uarters In Kansas CI I ty,
Mole received his theological ORIG 1,00.1.50 BOXED FOR
trail g at Trevecca NazareneCol I GIFT GIVING '

he fried, Nashville his ministry, Tenn.as In pastor 1949- g1i1j : 1 ; SALE ORIG. 150.10.00 1

Ithe Church of the Naza-
reni Tennessee and servedas BUSTER BROWN. 79c 2/1.50 SALE $1 & $2 i
iistor until 1959 when he athe
ante full time evangelism.A I "
lure of special Interest to "

child! and youth la a dummy J) i( M ).
knowlas "Johnny Gospel" SIZE A to D t'
whir v'ngelist Blythe uses ,
% \" of Set all of our holiday/ Butter Brews I .'UM. -

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rtf Israel will b e '
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the lyniiue. SW Second .
Terr. am IV Second Place. COTTONBROADCLOTH

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/ Gift For Fido? FOR NEEDY I Now Bring Good Prices I II I Time for cld eed

Distribution of food basked 3 to 7 will be held,11 I e.! Put)
M for needy families fan been 1 New Qark farnttI niques of early cartoonists and lie Library Frida iernoon
scheduled for Dec 11 and 22 colleges and universities studying -
Flannel I I NEW YORK Old 10-cent I the "social attitudes" of the from 3:13 to 4 fo1 IUiUIi,
PajamasNEW I II t al the Central Welfare officeat
ra IK NW 1st Ave. i(comic books that tidy parents times that are reflected In them. the Children Librr. wID
Persons with the names of 'either threw away or sold by I are reflected In them. be the storyteller ilwil! .n-
I YORK (API Don't I If dog hasn't been overlooked. lie needy families are asked to the hundred weight to sold the Junk Indl Even some of the cartoonists Certain the chlldreijlh ucn
tell Fido, but to keep up with jl 11 offered a velvet collar, with I contact Mrs. Lottie Sthaefler Idealer are now being who originally created the com- ,
for ranging stories as "Plum f fChristmas' 1m
virtually, prices fling
the real top dogs this Christ- white, formal, bow tie, $498 bhe sloe asks that churches / ics visit the store occasionallyto
from to %5.
$2 $
I and !P''
mas, he must have flannel pajamas Naturally, the evening dogs and organization planning purchase their own works
heated sleeping pad and a want to bring out the true highlights to give baskets notify her so The old comics, especially! "The old comics are like Tree."
self-service biscuit dispenser of their hair. Color shampoo there Is no duplication. those published in the early : with
fine wine; they get better Hour for chren
Story aged!
That's the word from those in Is useful here at $2 a bottle 1940s, are now considered collector "
the know on the pooch fashion For the dogs who have to play Egg Market 'I Items. Fans of Captain age. Cohen said S to 12 will be helon Saturday .
front. Santa Claus on Christmas Eve JACKSONVILLE (AP The Marvel and Supermanseek The most popular comics in morning betweelO and
For the dog of real distinction, like their masters a Santa Northeast Florida Egg Market them at a backdate magazine the store are old Issues of Su- 11 30, courtesy of e Sigma
4a. these other Items are being Clans suit, with beard, very prices to retailers: I store on the Avenue of perman, Captain Marvel Bat-I Anchor, Galnesvil High i
L shown In the doggy departments stylish, $498 Extra large 4Z\ -45, mostly 60, the Americas. .j man and Robin World and War comics II School. Miss Joan aas and
t of stores Some discriminating dogs 44; large 401, -42, mostly 41; medium Louis Cohen, the store owner, published during Sweat rill tell
Miss Cindy
d Y e'L A striped Arabian tent, complete may want something better 3193; small 29-34,. 'says that customers for the old when many of the"cartoon others, "Thetiristmas:
y | with mattress, where the than the clothes shown on the 3034. comics Include ""kooks noslaU) roes "went to war. The pricefor among I
; dog tired-of.It-all can rest In racks. A made-to.measure mink Poultry at farms mOBtlY'I'; gic men In their 20's and 30's, many of the books In this Apple as well as hrMm as
privacy, $14.95 up. coat at $65 may satisfy their hens none. pop artists studying the tech category is $7.50. poems.

I A nylon ski jacket and cap,i quality tastes.
for the outdoor dog who likes to The dog biscuit dispenser
hear the whistle of the wind In I looking like a coin machine, is II III AT BE CONFIDENT OF FINE MERCHANDSE
I his ears, a nifty outfit, $7.98.I I I for the dog who likes to eat between .
Ear muffs with attached tin- meals. One paw push anda
kle-bell topped beret, for the biscuit falls out, $6.95. I AT POPULAR PRICES!
Not a Dog's Life Indoor dog who still must go Does a dog really need pa-
outdoors occasionally,. 298. Jamas at $%49 to sleep In, one I

A dog's best friend can make hw faithful friend For the lady dog who runs store official was asked. I
happy this Christmas with this matching mink, with the cafe society set, a velvet -I "We sell quite a lot of pajamas ) -
jacket and cap for 65 dollars, or a wide range of cocktail collar, in lavenderand ," he replied. the I:
other shades, trimmed with heat dies down late at night a
other de luxe items such M a heated Bleeping pador
a self-smic dog biscuit dlHpen er. Tu Tu; a' roses and semi-precious stones, I dog gets cold. He can't wrap up I
French poodle from Brockton, Mass. models the $298 In a blanket like a human, you I
mink ensemble. The pub-crawling gentleman know." \
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day in lat MM U...... SLOW uin our i, U1".h. ouiuana 'training Mr. and Alri. Carl Uuie, 4uO Williams, Helen Kennedy and I ,
St. center, at 7:53: a.m. Wed NE 13th Ave. a boy. 1 baby boy, Orble McElroy, Rob.! Hales{ ? FOR EXPERT f
I 'SEE by :\t"'tY- Crover C Fogarty, 3218 NW nesday at NE 23rd Blvd.. and ADMITTED.Martha : 'ert Goolshy Frances Dobbs Higher
12th St. and Selig I. Goldin, 1110 I 17th Ter. F. Taylor, Florence 1 Donald J. Elliott Harry Me- Another 'I'r.TALLAII.4SSEE TREE SURGERYCALL 1
NE 16th Ter., at 1:58: p.m. Wed- Fire Calla .Ann Cline. Kathleen A. W 0 I-,:Clellan, Letcher Vtorley Par-, .
nesday at S. Main St. and De- At 11:52 p.m. Wednesday a Earth, Juanita Hollingsw act h,;Mend; Massey, Margaret Sp.uk-, .
the SUN pot Ave. trash fire in the 1400 block of Leila E. Adkinson, lees man, Eunice Stern. Davia H : (AP-An Independent
NW 39th Drive.ALACHUA Anderson, Sheela V. M'I Parker Lewis J. Clemans I ,"' Insurance company. FR 6.2661
William D. Mayfield, Rt 2,! State Farm Mutual, has filed its
I GENERAL Ruth W. McGuire, Marilyn Martha Ann Edwards and baby Pruning i Tree
POLICE, FIRE REPORT 35th St and Austin S. Harrington, 2881 SE HOSPITAL Adams, Gibbs Marschal, Anna''I girl, Alma Ituldridge! and baby:[own request for higher rates, on C..I.V F....i...
Dennis E. ParrUh, 20th Ave. and Larry B. Cullen, ,
1 '' the heels of a combined effort W rk .cl"
Dumber I. INI M Hunter, Barbara J. An.girl, Bessie Markham, Denis eVlckey *
Accident Roundup 1521 SE ,
23rd ,
Place at 3:48: p m. 1533 SE 39th Place, at 1:43 p.m. by some 200 companies actingIn Dcnwiiiitf Tn.
BIRTHS: strews, Susannah Ellen Bib cc, Mrs. Isabel Cab a nand ,
Involved in accidents reportd Wednesday in the GainesvilleHigh I Wednesday at Waldo Road and
I ( concert to get a 23 cent ,
School Mr. and Mrs. Norman R v Dolores R. Standley, Grace baby gu-1, Merle Mary per .,
by the Gainesville Police De- parking lot. 23rd Blvd. ,
rate hike.
well, 1606 SE 411 Ave., a Ann Samoriski. Gladys L Webster Barber and baby girl, Betty Jo Spraying
partment and Die Alachua Coun- Oliver C. Hayes, 1219 NE 5th John J. Helton, 13 NE llth St. boy. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hoilingsworth. Cleuthie Lee Ingram. Jon. Bass and baby boy, Rosetta State Insurance CommissionerJ. Clbliftf
'y Sheriff Office during the St and Nancy H. Abbott, 1417 and a pedestrian, at 11.W a.m. 2880 SE 15th Ave.,,nlngs, Fla.; Ethel C. Hunt, Williams and baby boy, Margie Edwin Larson, who said It
past 24 hours were: .NE 1st Ave., at 3:16: pm. Wed.nesday Wednesday at 13 NE llth SL a boy Mr and Mrs Robert Cross City, Edna L, Cooper, Cooper, Fay La>field. Nell Stale Farm Mutual proposed an \.
Gary L. A. FlemIng. 1220 NW at NE 5th St and 11th, Willie L. Jones, 41* NW 4th Wolfarth 30J SW 13th St.. a Lake City; Henry L. Johnson. Roebuck, Horace Cruse, Glenn I IO. average rat. Increase of <,S per ST
31st Ave. and a parked car. Ave Ave. and a parked car, at 12:20p boy. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel'Newberry; Robert L. Tis l 0 n, Feaster, Frances Crane. cent in bodily injury and prop ,
at 10:30: p.m. Wednesday at NW Madge W. Chiles, Clearwaterand .m. Wednesday at 702 NW 2nd Taylor, IS18 SE! 12th PI. a Melrose Mary Thomas, Arrena Holmes, erty damage rates set their request ;ownetACMMCUt
3th St. and 19th Ave. Haywood C. Shaw Way.I St. girl Mr. and Mrs. Vasant Mut-I I DISCHARGED: Shirley Hester, Edna L, Coop., for a public hearing here *.

Henry P. Comely III, Ill NW cross Ca., at 3:24: p.m. Wednes- Henry Carroll .Rt 1 -and--Wll ttkar, 226B.Flavet_HI, a boy. --Roxanne- --Williams- .,.-S U'-lall"e- er. .. _.. .___._._ __.. __ I Dec.- 21. --. -.- .-

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" 10 Golneiyjlle Sun Thursday, December 10, 1964 1

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I I Connell Picks GambleAs t i ..

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, i III III Juvenile Counselor. I

LANVIN I John Connell, Incoming coun ent, the Juvenile court and recommendations for changes Inl
ti /I" ty.Judge, announced today he counseling facility Includes four operation will be made.
presents... i has picked Jack F. Gamble, appointed aides, Including the Gamble was born In Live Oak.
i now with the Florida Probationand chief counselor. He moved to Gainesville when)
' : i Parole Commission, to be Operation of the office is now a child, and attended Sidney Lanier -
I the new spray... his chief Juvenile counselor. being studied by an agency of and Gainesville Hlgh I |
Connell takes over the county the federal government, at the schools.
_'I) that's office from Harrison H. McDon request of the board of county -, He Is married to the former I! GLAMOUR SLIPPERS
irefragrance. aid Jan. S. commissioners I Virginia Bevis of Gainesville' !
; 1 Gamble, 29, will take up his Connell said he expects some They have three children. FROM KINNEY'S
.. x xY new duties at that time.
For four years, Gamble has i t.
worked, primarily with the parole with adult commission 01-, At @f !Ji J T 1

t ; fenders. He handled pre sentence /
Investigations, supervised \'k
1 : parolees and persons on proba
jmt lion, and did related work. Yrx x I w
s Gamble said the new postIs 1 a Shaggy belt ff eeyeh l
oz a challenge to him, and one .erl/ng// lounger In hot
he believes he can do well. pink,azure blue or plum
: $S 9y "I have been working lour Bright/ .d.$399} wr
...., years with persons who once *.r, ,
were Juveniles," he said.
y He graduated from the IMverslty
: of Florida In 1960, as a :. : : .
social studies teacher. 1sa : e Feminine cufffcyClutsworWincranberry fluff!Shearfing .
As chief Juvenile counselor for 1
Fudge Connell, Gamble will ti or biu.D299
NaturalSpray be In charge of office adminIs- v
tration, and for supervision and .ts t
counseling of Juveniles who
come before the office.At pres-
two and t half full ounces of actual Toilet
Water with no gal or propellant to dutorc
k..actually proven leek proof,spill-proof-. 7tilt } Y I e
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bottle of LANVIN Toilet Water. J'r

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J <:... people-thea Hallmark Boxed Assortments are ttuniy orffhtr Bunny raI '
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\ and In frosted blue, whit or
boxed cards
I .. of Hallmark many
writers that are world famous-yet these quality $1'9'
+ J.J.1' cards cat no more. Choose yours ted.,.
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Thursday,. December 10, 1964 Gainesville-Sun 11

mite. Mercenaries' Adventurers Not Angels I IUN I IFaralfer


I LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo mer British paratrooper from 1_ ,
(APSome came for adventure Leeds: "If any of my men answers
AMERICAN SHOP and some for pay. Some back I take him round
came for a chance to serve the thi corner and use my fists." I
SILVERMAN jSTORE" 'cause of a peaceful Africa, as ,Hoar*'i most trusted officers''
they see it ought for Tshombe In his secessionist ,0'
208 W. UNIV. AVE.Qr'rte They are the men the world days They formed the
null nucleus who recruited the
calls Premier Moise Tshombe'g"white
CompUted But Ready mercenaries" several,others through advertisements

For Christmas For The Young ,hundred volunteers spearheading -,in South African and Rhodesian
Tshombe drive against the,newspapers.
Your Lift. i Red-backed Congolese rebels. Men flocked to sign on for
I What are they like 1 1I base' pay of 130 pounds sterling
$364 a month as volunteers
?f I blend of rayon, nylon, I Take British Lt. Jeremy Spen- Officers and noncoms 1
acetate ind spandex fibers t cer, 25, a scion of a rich north of earn up to three times more. : w
England family. Mercenaries also are paid about 11 ; ,
I Pay meant next to nothing to SIS a day danger money when
him. Adventure did, and he died they are in battle <
with a rebel bullet In his headas I Only half of their pay Is In a1i
I he sat in the front line In a foreign currency sent to their .
deck chair, languidly directingthe tanks at home The rest Is paidIn I
I battle with a sword Congolese trams which cannot -
I Grizzled and tattooed veterans be taken out of the country '
i I'r of many wars, whose every I Each man Is entitled to two
t I second word Is a curse, still go weeks' paid home leave at the
I misty-eyed when they talk of end of his six,month contract I
Each man also has I life In- <
Is him.They miss the way this tall, surance policy for |20.000 payable
slender Englishman gave ordersIn to his next of kin, \early20
his aristocratic drawl They Families of Hoare men already I
miss, above all, his Ice-cold nonchalance -have qualified.
In the face of danger
I The last month of AllServiceBelt "
their way 600 miles flihtln'l i: : 4,
Ileyville capital of the rebel ''d,
,"Congolese People Republic," Buckle t.s
has thinned the mercenary
,I ranks down to a lean, mean Y
residue. Battle Lost
For almost every one of the I
200 soldiers from South
or 4
,Africa or Rhodesia still In theCongo -
years ago the chief of the, '
a would-be mercenary, '
ti :fighter has been put aboard a newly created Defense Supply,
iY Agency beamed at
:southbound plane for home or I reportersand
get 'em NOW! has deserted without waitingfor announced his first victory ... ;
a campaign to end wasteful
his pay."There buying practices by the armed \ ;
drunks, drug
:lara!& ,I addicts, coffee were shop cowboys, services .
,homosexuals and cowards," Folding his arms contentedly
'says Maj. Michael bare, the U. Gen Andrew T. McNamara w
:tough chief of Tshombe'a English -said lie had decreed that all the
STRETCHTHINS .speaking men. armed services should standardize i London Fog Great Maincoats. :
ELK There still are some unlovely on a single belt buckle' ,,,, % .r'I i
I 'specimens among his men design and that It would be !fl I '
... b killers of unarmed civilians and I II (,,made of black coated metal. ,.tt:
i more just a ,raincoat, It's the "mancoot"you ,
looters. It turned out, McNamaras'victory '

\... '.. -I-Ijm : b' I'If"Lets we had face only It,"hired says angels Hoare., : claim was a bit premature .,: need in any kind of weather, any, time of day "' I i fl'i, '"\ i.

'e't :. I we'd have never got together/ I Since then, the general has, The fleecy spout liner "lets you" quickly adopt xM. "_
,,, the labor force needed for this retired from the Army, his
,, '" '' "" as the temperature changes Styling, Is authentic, with '. Wclatslc .
sort of Job." place In DSA has been taken bya .
:t aA Hoare, 44, a veteran of war Navy admiral and) the alt region shoulder and roomy lash pockets *"" k' .5
behind the Japanese! lines In service belt buckle itlll lui't a
n line Faroh tailoring In smooth f fitting a Ire t c h Burma and In Tshombe's secessionist reality I II The shell Is the finest cotton poplin In Colon of '\

Colors,..Black, Olive, Blue live. state of Katanga, has I The Marine buckle was said natural and black ""'1'I,. I
little more than his own personality to come in handy opening beer I '
-.1< *.
to back up his orders The !bottles, but It wsint this feature .., 'R
toy w soy $798 Congolese/ army's disciplinary that made It more expensive Unlined from $35.00; Lined from $40.00 .J. \
27' N 33'b code Is almost( nonexistentSaid : DS4 said the relatively I ;
.I Lt. John Peters, a fbr- ,high cotref, the Marine buckle!'
,/per was content traceable to its heavy cop.,' _.;, T'"a London Fog/s golf jacket Is-$16,93 '.* *+ a.' ,

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1 3I I l ilty on the part of all I to be a little bit flexible," hey I the titular head of the party and there be no bloo tang, .._
: Telephone Co. Burch Needs Mandate cans said. "You can't put a square must take the lead In the drive said, "No vlndictiVji to further
To Explain Rate I j "If you are going to RePUbll'l peg Into a round hole." (for unity. antagonize a rilon of

I atoms anywhere.you .. !...-Eisenhower...Goldwater Is_!..."We_were very anxious that the party."

I Florida Public Utilities Commission Say Eisenhower Nixon ;
has told the General Telephone ,

t Co. of Tampa to explain I By WALTER- R. MEARS Eisenhower's Waldorf Towers party needs a broadly based
/ Its rate structure in a public NEW YORK (AP) -Former suite. Then Nixon and the former leadership In the months ahead. ZftLE'S DIAMONDS I I'tom
hearing set for Feb. 23 at Clearwater -' President Dwight D. Eisenhower president talked separately Nixon put it this way
and former Vice President Goldwater said the three al "We feel, and Sen. Goldwater
Richard M. Nixon have the rift between GOP mod
The hearing Is the newest hope agreed, that the national committee
told Sen. Goldwater that erates, of them out to
fixed by the commission In a Barry some ousRepublican list have broad-based
his hand-picked GOP chairman National Chairman support not unanimity, but a
of all
series the rates nearly
I" on In Florida. must have a mandate, not Just a Dean Burch, and the party's majority of one is not enough"
"I The utility commission companies began the rate majority, to stay at the helm of conservative wing can be healed He made the comment after WORTH THBR WEIGHT IN
the party. before the National Committee telling newsmen that Burch'sown
Investigation to meed complaints Nixon relayed that word after meets In Chicago Jan. 22 and 23. polls Indicate the chairmannow
that charges of some VALUE!
i I. utilities were too high. a summit talk Wednesday with The committee will decide has the National Commit- QUALITY and
the former president and the hen whether to keep Burch as I tee votes he needs to hold onto O.f
\ General Telephone serves wrty's defeated nominee for chairman the post Goldwater gave him.
some 500,000 persons In six he White House The three par- Both Eisenhower and Nixon Nixon said neither he nor EIsenhower -
counties. ty leaders met for an hour in said they told Goldwater the will say or do any-I .
thing publicly tn Influence._--n the_u n E I I ,yq
committee's; decision.: A. s i
JOHNSON fir FARES! lawn fir Garden HeadquartersIF "We do not have a candidate
for the chairmanship," he said
"I am not prejudging what the
.National) Committee should do.
Eisenhower said later, "We
are going to have to have a
; leadership that satisfies by and
large all of the sections of the
party and that's the commit-
tee's responsibility.The 1/2
r three GOP leaders spoke DIAMONDS TOTAL WEIGHTA.
s FI separately ater their meeting
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Goldwater spoke to newsmen
New Shipment of large Bearing siie Fruit and Nut I first, standing on a chair In the
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that Is what the three of us dedicated

T Know the satisfaction and enjoyment of ourselves to achieving in 11 iM
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/ i planting a tree watch it bud & f
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1 Questioned About Boycott M A..v 1 1i 1w
is, Control in D Guiana ; n.
JACKSONVILLE (AP) The The sit-out as its leaders

stat president 1)1 the National preferred to call It, apparentlylost SENSATION OF THE YEAR!
3ETOWN, British CulT main In the government of British Peter D'Aguiar', ultra-conserv* Association fat the Advance- Ita steam as some Negro i
Charging Irregular- Guiana. alive United Force. ment of Colored People was I spokesmen openly opposed it
he general election that Jagan made clear he would summoned before/ the Duval
Instead, Jagan leader of the School officials said Negro ItKil
fight Install
attempts to cos
i Ws legislative majorU! don a British colony's East Indians County Board of School Trustees : c ..tftut ,..,
government made up of pupil absence was about 17,000 leather m
proposed that he and Burnham
1st Premier Cheddl Ja- to If he
today answer questions
Forbes Burnham's Pro-
Negro forces in coalition "the Monday 10,000 Tuesday and
join a as
uvered__today _to _re!ple's National Congress and quickest way to achieve nation +I had any part In a three-day 7,000 Wednesday, This was out I $36
i al Independence and economic (boycott by Negro pupils of 32,000 Negro enrollment The .
:; :'.: : t: tc t( !C f: '4 and social peace." The NAACP official, Rutlcdge 85,000 white pupils were lIot..i tlr:'t'O

Jj If Jagan achieved such a con Pearson Is a teacher In thehivaj 'affected : '
Ihrisrmoi Hours 9 !
A.M.10 P.M.
: : t. ,
litlon, and with the East Indians County public school svs- i. "
i Raymond David a school '
Sundays 1.6 P.M. t] outnumbering the Negroes 3 to em. Leaders of the three-day "
2 t, he would be In board member suggested the ;
a good position ,
Effective Until Christmas *' (AP wirrnMt to tad "'ftl boycott, which ended \\ednos- ,-
to win the next election. FORBES BURNHAM: day, laid the Jacksonville chapter Negro leaders "do some J 'L ,.
But the possibility of Burn- i May Form GovernmentIty of the NAACP was one of slonary work with young mllo/'I/ -
ham agreeing to a coalition with the sponsoring organizations. pi!," on politics. I SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE TRANSISTOR RADIO
Jagan was considered remote. which was necessary to stay.,"V 1h* 05' tivontt aces th. country) Advinctrnintl found Inrtdlm
CHRISTMAS 'I that Mil lor it much *i $10 morel
Jagan telephoned his proposalto In power under the proportional e Incluiiv Arvln S F.-Aulomiti*Sni! | Plltrit Or)
Burnham and the latter replied ,representation system, the 19th Annual Tuned M Slit pttvinti noli.and utortlort
t+;J TREES "If you send ma a proposal Lob adopted to get Jagan 'I e Powtrlul, Sup-rhtt.rodyni Circuit pulls In ilint' station
re4 .. ., In writing, then I'll study It." nrlt-I e. I pelt'Oll tent control'In ) .
r : Tk rl. y. A/t.r Tar FALL Cuttorn Covered too pain eowhid.S
Burnham, a moderate Socialist -I MAN PARKS CONCERT Complete w,th bitterand/ ..'phon.
ti t 6Ta Ft. Flame Resistant Standard 'C'tinhllshi blUer I,.,more thin 100 hours life
+ i: has refused to team up with
Green Vinyl II I
Burnham said ha had talked HOUSTON T.x. (API) Before -
TREES with D'Agular In general terms settling down for the night I Gainesville USI YOUR CENTRAL CHUGIrJ3flIR
I about a partnership. Ha said he salesman T. L. Flanagan, (7, of i
Rig. 5.99 'anticipated no difficulties in getting Dallas left his motel room and HIGH SCHOOL BAND .... "
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I together with the conserve drove to buy a magazine. I ;:: ..
.'live leader. As he returned, Flanagan
BaroVall, M, Donaldion, Conductor
)33 I The final official count from mistook a swimming pool patio. 01 f/a'del M C
Monday's election showed Ja- between two cars for an empty I lNptJlIjI
I Addison fourth AuditarlumFRL
parking spot t
an's People Progressive party -
i received 109,332 votes, or 451 The car skidded on the wet DEC. 11 at 8 P.M. I fReE MAKING ONTCMER LOT
I + Branches (Removable for easy stings) Groan ,per cent, and 21 National Assembly paving and dived Into the pool. I
k. Tripod Stand Included. scats. Burnham's party Flanagan waded ashore as the Admission It FREE : The Store That's Mart Than Just A Hardware Start j

had 94657 or 40,' per cent, vehicle sank. -l tAlal I, !.ar!!!, II")0"""!.L.II!!.#..10 Jo#..A'II*!".tal..llar, .A.101
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II It Marv I Ruth Hazen Honored uiomo f n HElD What Santa's

Continuing the pre nuptial Mrs. Winfred Hazen. Hazen recently at t he Mot ee
courtesies for Miss Mary Ruth An arrangement of holly, home.A .
Hazen, whose marriage to Ted white daisies and white bells corsage of white carnations, Giving I
Raymond Brown will be solemnized centerd the serving table, where accented with miniature cooking THE TODAY. December It \ I
December 19 at the First Mrs. W. A. McGriff, Mrs. Fred utensils, were presented to f ffflILY Y YRuth !:
Baptist Church, a number of Laughon Jr. and Mrs. Jack Williams -the honoree and her mother by Dinner complimenting Miss Mrs. Claus n,
parties have been given. presided at the coffee the hostesses.The Betty Pound and her fiance,
Weimer, Women's Editor Al Alsobrook Mr.
8:30: p.m.,
Mrs. Gus McGriff entertainedwith service. serving table was overlaid
: .: a coffee recently at her Corsages were presented to with a white cutwork table and Mrs. Percy Beard and
.home feting the bride elect the honoree and her mother by cloth. Miniature kitchen appliances Sisler-R der their son, David Beard, 832:
: ,,:With more than 60 guests call. the hostess, who also presentedthe entwined in red and white NW 22nd Street. STYLE-MATE
: :-ing the morning. bride elect with a portable carnations encircled the punchbowl Luncheon complimenting Deluxe Zl -Zai
". Greeting guests at the door mixer. Pouring was Mrs. Jim Miss Kay Knopf bride electof
'was the honoree's younger sister Skewer Held Dampier. Nuptial PlansPlans H. James Stadelman III i 1. Sewing Machine
; Miss Susan Hazen. Mrs.John Mott and Miss Myrna I The guest list Included: the 12:30: p.m., Mrs. Winston W. i by SINGERSews
Receiving with the hostess and Lou Rahn were hostesses fora honoree, her mother Miss Nan for the wedding of Miss bride, and Frederick G. Schol Little and Mrs. William Mac-
I I bride to-be was her mother! kitchen shower honoring Miss.cy Dee Williams, Miss Janie Elizabeth Ann Sister, daughterof field Jr., Larry Barnett and donald at the former's home so smoothly I
I Glenn_ Mlu Rnhln Graham Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hall Lonnle H. Thompson Jr., all 2245 NW Fifth Place. And zig-zag
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Miss Libby Edwards: Sisler, and Thomas Duncan Rider of Gainesville, will be ushers. FRIDAY, December U stitching is a
Brill, Miss Carolyn Harms, Miss son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold No Invitations will be sent locally dream I Do
Kay Denney Miss Janet Ernst, R. Rider of Garvin, Iowa, to the wedding and reception Shower honoring Miss Kay buttonholes
H Miss Nel Laughon, Miss Beth are announced today. and all friends of the Nelson, bride elect of Ron 'I buttons,
Meadows, Miss Gail Andersonl The nuptials will be solemnized couple and their families are In- ald Wiggins, I p.m., Mrs. '. hemming,
Mist Jane Smallwood, Miss at (:30 p.m. December 23 In vited to both the wedding and Thelma Larche and Mrs. D. mending. Comes
Betty Jane Greene Miss Susan the First Baptist Church with reception. B. Beasley at the Beasley ?_ with FASHION
Hazen, Mrs. Fred Laughon Jr. Dr. Fred T. Laughon Jr., pastor Miss Sisler, who Is taking home, 704 NE Third Avenue.SATURDW i Discs for one or
t Trio Gives Dinner officiating.The graduate work in English at the two needle
December 12
A dinner party to honor Miss reception will be given by ,University of Minnesota, will be kyirse decorativestitching.
Hazen and Mr. Brown was given / the bride's parents at the ,home December 18. Luncheon complimenting .
recently by Miss Nancy Dee Gainesville Woman's Club. Mr. Rider who Is working on Miss Betty Pound brideelectof
Williams and her parents, Mr.I Fred G. Scholfleld will be soloist his Ph. D. degree In history at Al Alsobrook, 12:30: p,m.,
and Mrs. Jack Williams, who and Mrs. Selden Waldo will Minnesota University, and his Mrs. Earl Powers, Mrs. Edwin $
entertained at their home. be organist family will come to Gainesvillethe W. Peck and her daughter $1799 ....
i An arrangement of white Miss Susan Carolyn Sister will weekend proceeding the Mrs. Terrell C. Davidson '' EASY TERMS
carnations adorned the bride's be maid of honor for her sister. wedding. Gainesville Golf and
table and white camellias decked Bridesmaids will be Miss Ada Country Club.Miscellaneous.
the smaller tables. Elizabeth Allen and Miss Alice Dinner Meet shower
The hosts presented Miss Ha Verlander Hall, both of Rich- hon' '
zen with a gift of silver. TonightGainesville oring Miss Julie Cheves
f Koufax has switched from shirts mond, Va.: Miss Marie Morris, bride-to-be of William N. Bab- SINGER will Gift Wrap nd Deliver FREE
bell-shaped Guests Included .the affianced Newport News, Va., and Miss Charter Chapter cock, 8 p.m., Mrs. William
couple the bride elect's par- Mary Margaret Cox of Gaines- American Business W 0 m en's D. Reynolds and her daughter
nts, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred '
ville. Association will have a dinner Miss Anne Reynolds 1716
Hazen[ ; Miss Libbye Edwards, I Alan Kent Rider, Iowa City, meeting tonight at 7 at the NW 12th Road.Luncheon .
A Miss Julie Evans Miss Robin Iowa, will be best man for his Holiday Inn.
Graham, Miss Jeanne Glen, brother and G. William Rider Robert M. Coleman of South- compliment
c Buddy Jacobs, Howard Cantrell Galveston, Texas, another ern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Miss Ilona Bergman, fianceeof
LaRue Boyd Mac McGriff, and brother, David Sisler and Ray. Company, will be guest Joseph Ernest Parker of
John Hufford. mood Sisler, brothers of the speaker.The Cocoa Beach, 11:30: a.m., Mrs.
Wilson 0. Boozer and Mrs. \ t\
Erwin A. Clayton GainesvilleGolf

:' a aT. I Annual Christmas ProgramAnnual I and Country Club.HEAVENLY.

Christmas program a Christmas devotional discussing program was concludedwith I' New! IV LP
presented by the Division of the spiritual meaning of the the singing of carols led ChristmasRecord SINGER Portable
;" Religion of the Fine Arts Department Advent Season In Christian by Mrs. John W. Wilson with Album"Favorite Typewriter
Gainesville Woman'sClub homes and a story entit 1.d, Mrs. Jack Bohannon at the pi-
was given recently at the "To Springy ale for Christmas, Christmas Standard keyboard
Club House. by Zone Gale, was read by Mrs.. ano.During the business meeting, touch-set margin'
Mrs.Thomas G. Mitchell gave Harry M. Philpott. Mrs. Clyde J. Windham and' Songs from SINGER.control and handsome
Mrs. Frank Ussery were rein Especially recorded carrying case.
stated to membership and Mrs. and especially priced pl.i.I.T.
to the roan-shaped shirt. Manhattan Mantrinf I Calendar Of Events C. Q. McCoy, Mrs. Florence for Christmas. 4" EASY TERMS
Noel and Mrs. F. M. Vickery Hi-Fi or !Stereo! See our complete line
\ $100 of typewriters.
TODAY, December 10 FRIDAY, December 11 Jr.Red poinsettias and red tapers Onir 1 : __
I Gainesville Bridge Club, 9 formed the decoration of !
Lake Forest PTA Christmas Choose from over 19,000 items in the SINGER Citilog.
the tea table laid with
lmif a.m.. Holiday Inn. a green ;
at/izn. Deleot- program, 7:30 p.m, school net cloth. Gift paper, ribbon,
cafetorlum. SATURDAY, December U Holiday cooklas were served tag., peals and gift What't nervier tomorrow afSINCER today!
Annual Holiday Tour of by the hostess committee and trim,tool You'll find .
no-iron Kode1i i d cottonSandy Newberry Chapter 198 MeetIng Or. Gainesville Garden Club, 2 Mrs. L. L. Bohannon and Mrs. them all In our gift SINGER
der of Eastern Star -
to I p.m., homes of Mrs D.
Mitchell presided at the silver department.
honoring Mrs. Ernestine A. Davies, 2218 NW Fourth services. wrap SEWING CENTERS
Elsenocheo Grand Instructor. Place, Mr. and Mrs. John Members and guests COSMETICS CARDS ; Phone 376- JN>
Koufax shows how to were greeted by Mrs. M. T. 216 W. University Are.
you say so long to District VIII, 8pm., Chapter R. Harrison, 727 SW 27th 'Til 9 Until Christmas
Hartman Jr. president, Mrs. E. Open Evenings
shirts that belly-out/ at the beltllne. Whatever Room.
Street, Golfvlew Mr. and
Sinclair Eaton, chairman of the T Free Parking In RearATrh..a.STllxLt'lUlalMro'Vv
your shape, Mantrlm gives you trim fit and J. Mrs. Flake Parker, 713 NE
House Staff Wives Club, Fine Arts Department, and Mrs.
comfort because the taper is proportioned to Seventh Avenue, and the Iona .
Mills Miller Medical Center, Ralph J. Hayes, chairman of '
each size. In 50% Kodel, 50% cotton fabric, 8:30 p.m., Mrs. Arnold Nevis Chapel of First Presbyterian the Division of Religion. Cainnvill Th* Star Shopping with mar Ctnttr* L........_W......sI.INI.HIt1lMI'
these contour-cut models are practical, too. 3448 NW Eleventh Avenue Church. Additional members of the
Qulck-wash-and-dry them with no Ironing re "Christmas Ideas" pro University Medical Guild, committee were Mrs. Ernest
quired. The "snap.close" Grlp-Tab collar Mr. gram. Christmas party for chil- Bridges, Mrs. E. Brock en-'
Koufax Is Is University of Florida AgrI- dren of Guild members,medIcal brough, Mrs. A. B. Cellon St., '
wearing Just one of the styles we
students and housestaff,
Mrs. Fred M. Cone Mrs. H. P:
culture Dames, I Mrs.
carry. See this new fashion here soon. Marvin A. Brooker.p.m.2244 NW 3 to S p.m., University of Florida Constans Mrs. J. W. Conyers,! 'T RE

Sixth Place. Faculty Club. Mrs. George E. Evans, Mrs. F.II A.
American Association of J. Gatesman, Mrs. C. M.
Hampson -
$595Open League of Women Voters, I
University Women, Christmas
Mrs. John W. Mardi
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p.m., Mrs. E. U Pierce 183 luncheon and bazaar, Neon, Mrs. Byron W. Harless, n'l PROFESSIONAL FLORAL
NW Seventh Place, Unit Meet'tog.
Park Lane Cafeteria.
Donald J. Hart Mrs. J. Fran
SUNDAY, December 13 cis Hartman, Mrs. Winfred M' ARRANGEMENT INSTRUCTIONS
University of Florida Faculty Christmas tea Pi Lambda Hazen, Mrs. David C. K l t
Every Night Til 9 Until Christmas Club Family Buffet Dinner, Theta honorary educational ,Mrs. Fred T. Laughon Jr. e'l h E uElm storyE WITH COLORFULChristmas
I to I p.m., UF Faculty Club sorority, 3 to S p.m., Dr. and Marcus Milam, Mrs. J. II fills oin
West Newberry Road. Mrs. J. W. Norman, 405 NE II Miller, Mrs. S. H. Millikan Mrs.
Young Mother' League, Tenth Avenue. Husbands as C. C. Montgomery. Mrs. J. F.I "GRANULETTES" YOUR
i Sdveman 7:45: p.m., Guaranty Federal honor guests.Gainesville. Rousseau, Mrs. William L. Sawyer
Community Room. Charter Chapter Mrs. W. Leroy Schooch,
Colfax Rebekah Lodge, American Business Women's Mrs. M. L. Smith Jr.. Mrs. Otto
Banquet honoring Mrs. Addis Association, 7 p.m., dinner F. Stock, Mrs. D. Neil BoKettes
: 22J W. UNIVERSITY AVE. Gardner, president of Rebe- meeting Holiday Inn. Webb and Mrs. J. B. White. I Ii
kah Assembly of Florida, Tel NIWIST CMATIOK IN ItOWIR AIMNCINt
Free Perking On lit Federal Lot 130: p.m., Hotel Th o mas, II .
meeting following at I p.m., I VALUE$8,9ONLY $
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*M4 Gainesville Sun Thursday, December (10, If" 1
bunson. at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth
The members are urged to Singleton of 839 N.!:. 20th
News of Special Interest be present. Street.

To the Colored NOTICE PROGRAM The Religious SET Choirs' Union ; What Santa's

CommunityNews The ushers are selling each will present its program entitled
S at the dinIng ee&Cv'eeoWI4TOv5Ar '
Saturday at pm.
"Choirs In at fed IMw Giving
Items for this part should be directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News room of the Church of God the East New Port Baptist \ r
editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-5733. Do not send In Christ. Church on Monday at 8 p.m. By CECILY BROWNSTONE<
Items directly to the Sun office. The public cooperation Is The public Is Invited.TO Associated Press Food Editor Mrs. Claus. .fc
-II .... ,... L asked. Mrs. Saddle Brown
.n u M.A av.n rtlfc will bt w Just in case you would en-

: WILL BEGIN GRADUATE gle Foundation according to three year period the fund will president; Bishop H. Williams PRESENT PLAY Joy serving a steamed pud-

STUDY. an announcement today by Dr. finance study of up to IS pastor. The City wide Gospel Choir ding for the Christmas holiday
TALLAHASSEE (FAMU) George W. Gore Jr., president grantees, at the rate of five I rill present the play entitled dinner, and you haven't
: Five members of the faculty at of FAMU. ,each year. Each recipient of a NOTICE "The Rich Woman and The time to make the dessert STYLE-AtATE*
Florida A&M University will The Ph. D. study grants were grant will be guaranteed a maxImum There wilt be Conference at Poor Woman" at the Hartley from scratch, we offer this > Deluxe Zi -Zaa
begin graduate study this tri made possible by a $100,000 of four trimesters of the Shady Grove Primitive on Temple Methodist Church 0 n strictly up-tn-date recipe.STEAMED 1 '
mester pursuant to the Ph. D. grant to Florida A&M from the I study at FSU. Saturday at S p,m. Friday Dec. 11, at I p.m. PUDDING Sewing Machine
degree at Florida State Univer- Carnegie Foundation. To be administered Terms of the grant to florI-- The members are urged to This promises to be a very 1 Package (about 1 pound ftlk by SINGERSews
city on grants from the Came- by FAMU over a da A&M provide for $40,000 the be present fine entertainment, and the and 3 ounces (spice cake
first year and $30,000 for eachof I public Is Invited_to_attend. mix so smoothly I
the remaining two years that NOTICE 1 can (Ifl'i ounces) condensed And zig-zag
There will be Conference at
the scholarship program is In tomato undiluted
effect I the Mt. Herman Baptist Church'CourtesiesFete 3 eggs soup stitching is a
today at S p.m. dreamt Do
Recipients of the first grants
H cup finely chopped pecans
and their fields are: The members are urged to buttons, buttonholes
H cup chopped seedless 1
be In attendance. hemming
Oslefield Anderson, assistant raisins ,
of mathematics B.S. MissSteckert f Comes
professor mending.
U cup chopped pitted dates
Fort Valley State College, Fort HAWTHORNE NEWS
u with FASIIION'Discs
Into a mixing bowl turn
Valley Ga, and M. S., Atlanta Youth Program
the cake mix, undiluted tomato for one or
University, for work In math There will be a program, entitled -
ematics. "Youth In Parade" at the soup and eggs; mix accord two needle
__ Mt. Zora Baptist Church Sun- ing to package direct 1 ion I. decorativestitching.
day at S p,m. Mrs. William F Moshier Fold in nuts, raisins and .
DAYTONA BEACH NEWS Music for the occasion will and Mrs. Roy N. Green gave dates. Pour Into a greased 2
VCCC Graduate Reports be furnished by Choir No. 2. a luncheon today honoring quart melon mold. Cover
Recently a staff member, together This entertainment is being Miss Caroline Steckert, whose tightly. Place on a trivet in $17095
with the President of sponsored by the Baptist Train- wedding to Joseph E. Hudson a large kettle. Add boiling I ,'- 11 J Wilh MM
Volusia County Community College Ing Union. Jr, will be an event et December water to one half the height EASY TERMS
e : visited the Martin Compa. 19 In the Holy I Trinity of the mold. Cover kettle I ,
? ny. Orlando. Nine thousand per NOTICE Episcopal Church.Appointments steam! fur 2 hours. Remove
sons are employed by this The Lodge No. 54, pride of for the party, mold from water; once v e r
plant including several former Gainesville will bold its meet- which took place I at the and loosen edges of pudding

Sandy Koufax has switched from bell-shaped shirts students and graduates of ing at the regular meeting Gainesville Coif and Country with a spatula. Unmold while SINGER will Gift Wrap and Dtllwr FREE
VCCC. During the visit the place today at I p.m. Fred Al- Club, followed a pink and hot: serve with a fluffy pud.
college officials has the oppor- exander, president; Mrs. Ella white color theme with sweetheart ding sauce.
S tunity to see and talk with Miss Draytin, reporter. roses centering the
Lorraine Cusack, of Deland whoIs table. Golden
a 1964 June graduate from'AILING AT HOME Corsages of sweetheart AgeThe i
the Business Terminal Department The following members of roses were present to the Golden I Age Club. Mt. Herman Baptist Churchare honoree, her mother, Mrs. W. sponsored! by the Calnwlll
Miss Cusack who began workat ill at their homes: Rev. H. Steckert and the bridegroom -Recreation Department will
the Martin Company June 18, A. L. Jordan Mother Annie .elect's mother Mrs. hold( I Its December me cling
likes her work. Presently she Bell Rhodes and Mr. and Mrs. John E. Husdon Sr by the Thursday at the Recreation 7
p has her mind set on promotion Full wood. Mrs. Clarence hostesses, who also gave the Center at 1 pm.
within the company and com- Moore, reporter.CONVALESCING. honoree a gift of a silver Plans for the Christina
pleting the Junior and senior tray. Party will be discussed.l .
years at Rollins College. She Is Invited guests! Included the -

able to continue her educationat Rev. J. S. Shannon, who Is bride, her mother, Mr. Hud, Newt 12' LP
Rollins the In the Veterans Hoe I son's mother Mrs. Glenn a.1 f
through payroll a patient : +<< :., ChristmasRecord SINGER Portable
deduction plan.Lorraine pital at Lake City, was reported Hudson, Mrs. Roy N. Green
has no plans for as improving. Jr, Mrs. D. T. Royster Jr., \ Album T'rwrlterStandard

marriage in the near future and Mrs. Julia Worthy, who Is ill,Mrs. John W, Kirkpatrick HI, (.. keyboard,
advises her former schoolmates in a local hospital, was also Mrs. Frederick C. Bumman 111,1 : .i ". "Favorite Christmas touch-iet margin
to stay in school get at reported as Improving. Mrs. F.I Mrs. E. J. Whitley Jr., Mri. I Songs from SINGER. control and handsome
the possible knowledge and take D. Shannon, reporter, William T. Cobb. I II Especially recorded] carrying cue.S49 .
advantage of every opportunity. Mrs. J. Watt Klrkpat r let, I and especially priced 5 ,'iw r.ar.
to the man-shaped shirt. Manhattan Mantrim I "The Job opportunities are opento PARTY PLANNEDThe Mrs. W. Edward Carroll, MI'I.I for Christmas. EASY TERMS
those who have It up stairs," Invlneal Lodge No. 54 Is 11. K.: Wallace, Mrs. George T. \ I HI-FI M Siti. .. See our complete line
she continued as she pointed toward sponsoring a Christmas partyat Bartlett Mrs. Dwight M. Allen! I $100 of typiwrittri.
her head. When asked the home of Mrs. E11: I en Mrs. Crier Klrkpatrlck, Mn' I n.'l. 1
what advise she would give the Turner on Dec 14 at 4:30: p,m. Michael Green, Mrs. Homer HnAVENLYlOir -
present business students She Dunlap and Mri. Henry J. Ba- Choose from over 19,000 Items In the SINGER Gtalog.IVila's I
oLkmllatlizn. Delcor answered by laying: "Get al SINGERS TO APPEARThe ben Jr. paper, siphon,

of the shorthand you can and Supreme Angela of Milwaukee !. Tea Hosore Bride-Elect / t.(*, seal and dill new for tomorrow, ./s I Ne: I R today!
practice on the typewriter every Wis., will appear in a trims,tool You'll find
no-iron KodeP and cottonSandy 'spare moment, as wed as musical recital at the Mt. Saturday Afore than afternoon CO guest during called a, Kern' all !In out jilt SINGERSEWING
get a good background In basic Olive Primitive Baptist Churchon department
tea given by Mrs. Crier Klrk wrap
grammar and spelling." Miss Dec. 1) at (:30 on behalf of CENTERS
patrick: and Mrs. II. K. Wallace COSMITICS.CARDS
Cusack Is one of the Choirs No. 1. Mrs. Elnora Hamilton Ave Phene 174-4310
Koufax shows you how to say so long to many students who entertained at the 215 W. University
shirts that belly-out at the beltlme. Whatever who are gainfully employed -, sponsor. Wallace home complimenting Open Ereninjt Til\ 9t Until CNrlitmes
after having completeda The public Is Invited to attend &44ca4S..ih Free Psrdlnj In Rear
Mantrim trim fit and Miss Steckert:
your shape, gives you prescribed course or tradeat this fine entertainment. : '
comfort because the taper Is proportioned to Volusia Mrs. Revel Junes Mrs. Margaret @

each size. In 50% Kodel, 50% cotton fabric, College. County Community WALDO NEWSTe and Mrs.Deer J. Mrs.Watt II.Klrkpatrkk H. Hobbs ll./semi//Tk* .. Sh.r,le iMf C.*..*.. t.'A...r..s.i.niesiwoson'cr.."....._....I,..'.I awr.vr'I "W

these contour-cut models are practical, too. Observe Anniversary I
presided at the tea table.Assisting i II -
Quick-wash-and-dry them with no ironing re CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS I I Rising Star Chapter No. M In the courtesies In

quired. The "snap,close" Grip-Tab collar Mr. Mt Morlah Baptist There will celebrate JU anniversaryat the tea room were Mrs. Fred..
I Koufax Is wearing Is Just one of the styles we will be Christmas rehearsal today the Waldo Elementary'rick: C. Bamman lit. Mrs. E.I
School Dec. 13 at
on Sunday, ,
carry. Sea this new fashion here soon. S p.m. Choir No.2 will 3 I p.m.Mra.. J. Whitley Jr., Miss Vandy "FREE"PROFESSIONAL
have Its rehearsal today, 7 Cooper and Miss Jan Ellen
WcGunnli, }W. M., of
Hudson, sister of the bride-
pm.Mt. Azaela Chapter will be the
$595Open Carmel room-elect: I
t Baptist There
guest; speaker on the occasion. I
Centering the serving table
will be Teachers' Meeting today The public is Invited. FLORAL
7:30: p,m.; and the Choir I was a tree-shaped arrangement
will have Its rehearsal tomorrow CONDUCT ELECTION( of pink flowers and pink INSTRUCTIONS
I pm. Rev. T. A. Wright I The Youth Council of the tails with crystal candelabra
pastor Mrs. Esther Hamm, re- at either side. A sliver candelabra "" "'"
Til 9 Until Gainesville NAACP will
t Every Night Christmas porter. conduct decked with pink: balls WITH COLORFUL"GMNULETTES''FoYou
Ha annual election today, was used on the buffet.
Dec. 10, at I p.m. at the Mt.
ARCHER NEWS Carmel Baptist Church. Supprr Frte. Couple *
SiJl Club Meeting Planned Miss Steckhert and Mr Hudson j
m(11J. The Archer Homemakers'' CLUB PLANS MEETING ''I'' were honor guests at a
Club will, hold I lU meeting at The Starlight Social Club dinner party Friday by Mr.
I Christmas BoKettesTNI
the borne of Mrs. Elsie Nubin. will hold Its business meetingon and Mrs. Ralph G. Lelghty at
225 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. During the meeting there Friday Dec. tl, at I pm. their home.more j
will be gift wrapping and MIWIIT ia.ArONN fiewl AaaANeia.
On 1st Federal Lot '
Free Parking Christmas decoration which

will be demonstrated by the I DAYS VALUE.$8.99
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His Control in Br. Guiana
I JACKSONVILLE (AP) The The sit-out, as Its leaders 'I aslal rSENSATION

t tate president of the National preferred to call it, apparentlylost \ OF THE YEAR!
GEORGETOWN, British Gui- main In the government of Brit. Peter D'Aguiar', ultraconservative Association for the Advancement its steam as some Negro
ana (AP) Charging Irregularities Ish Culana. United Force. h ;;l.k / of Colored People was spokesmen openly opposed it. r! NODELr
I I in the general election that Jagan made clear he would Instead, Jagan, leader of the summoned before the Duval slRSty
School officials said Negro
fight attempts to a coalition
cost him his legislative majority British colony's East Indiana, County Board of School Trustees chntnut
made of
government up proposed that he and Burnham pupil absence was about 17,000 Lath ,
Marxist Premier Cheddl Ja- Forbes Burnham's Negro Pea today to answer questions If he t
join forces In a coalition as "the Monday, 10,000 Tuesday and
gan maneuvered today to re plea National Congress and,quickest way to achieve nation* .,.' ...'. had any part In a three-day 7,000 Wednesday. This was out $369y 5 want MN1M.. ..
'al independence and. economic ,.1 boycott by ,Negro pupils. of 32,000 Negro enrollment. The

and social peace." The NAACP official, Rutledge 85,000 white pupils were not

I Christmas 9 A.M. 10 P.M. I If Jagan achieved such a coa &U Pearson, Is a teacher In the affected. ttyl'o
U Hours. : : lition, and with the East Indians Duval r -
County public school
fi Sundays 1 6 P.M. i outnumbering the Negroes 3 to i tem. Leaders of the three-day sys Raymond David a school
,,2, he would be in a good positionto (A" Wlr.photo la lilt Sun boycott, which ended Wednes. board member, suggested the ,,
Effective Until Chrlitmai
fj win the next election. FORBES B17RNH1M day, said the Jacksonville chap Negro leaden "do some misslonary 1 -Y'1-
I But the possibility of Burn. May Form Government I ter of the NAACP was OM ofthe work with young peo-. .r..r..rrSUPERIOR
ham agreeing to a coalition with sponsoring organizations. I ile" on politics. PERFORMANCE I-TRANSISTOB RADIO
Jagan was considered remote. Ity, which was necessary to stay I y The bit favorite across the country Advancements found Inradios
CHRISTMAS : {hit tH for 11 much as S10 morel
In under the
Jagan telephoned his proposalto power proportional
Exclusive Arvln A.S.F,Automatic Signal Filtration
Burnham and the latter replied representation system the British 19th Annual u: : Tuned RF Stag prevents noise and d itortlon
TREES "If you send me a proposal adopted to get Jagan out. I i, e Powerful Supwhrttrodyn Circuit pulls In distant stations
k 4 __ _In. writing.. then_ _I'll study It." r: e 2 petition tone control
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Burnham a moderate Socialist Complete with b.tt.rl.l.nd; earphone
6Yi Ft. Flame Resistant has refused to team up with CAR IN POOL y: e Standard flashlight bitttrlts,more thin 200 hour life

Green Jargan before. v: RADIO! AND TV DEPT.
Vinyl Burnham said he had talked HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) Be-
TREES with D'Agular in general terms, fore settling down for the night, Gainesville USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
about a partnership He said he i salesman T. L Flanagan, 117, of
anticipated no difficulties In getting Dallas left his motel room and
: Reg. 5.99 HIGH SCHOOLBAND ...
together with the. conservative drove to buy a magazine. .13f1I D ..i.j ."
leader. As he returned, Flanagan I I
$333 The final official count from mistook a swimming pool patio Bardwell M. Donaldson, Conductor
Monday's election showed Jagan's between two cars for an empty I or lawful Ce qra#y
I parking spot. I C. Addison Pound Auditorium
People's Progressive parIty -
( received 109,332 votes, or 45.8 The car skidded on the wet FRI., DEC. 11 at 8 P.M. Ii 5fhEE[ FNRWNO ON TOWER> LOT
101 Branches (Removable for easy storage) Green I per cent, and 24 National Assembly paving and dived Into the pool.I
1 Trunk. Tripod Stand Included seats. Burnham's party Flanagan waded ashore as the Admission .is FREE Ii The Store That's More Than Just A Hardware Store
had 96657 or 405 per cent, vehicle sank. I ... .
11f tarT Agr4T7r.DlwgrTT ffiiTAT7uTfrf 7rgr I:till..........It.
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GO FIRST TO u.. Our forces got 29,612, or 124 percent ruaaerlval .UR"ITURI ;FURNITume 5URN11YRa aar rmmniu(yr tutNtrum( .UlNlNRI ar..u.NiNlI.- frI iIlRNnv.RESERVED ...-
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Jagan achieved a vote plurality '-'
( GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER just as he did in becoming
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Candy From Y ourJ KitchenBy I I Teen Time Slates Election Dance t I Let Us KnowIf

CECIL BROWNSTONE The carmel i an old friend ,
are planning a holiday
Associated Press Food Editor the best rule of this! sort Teen Time, the 8th and 9th clude: president: Bill CI1I'."n"1 Hajan.. Howard Bishop; treasurer party or expecting out
Ttoiy cook who would like to that we've ever come upon. I grade club sponsored by Gainesville Buchholi; Billl Kldwell. Buuiholz Whit Courtney Westwood, of town guest for the Yuletide j
turn! out a delectable tasting, The chocolate needs only to be r Recreation Department,! and Mary Tunstall, Howard Ux Legate, Howard Bishop, Season, please keep the
and professional looking can- melted and spread. will have an Election Dance Vice Jim- and Mike
Bishop president: McNellis, P. K. Y. Sun posted. Send us the Information
.dy should be Interested in this One hint: if the last of the 1 Friday at the Recreation Center my Bartley, Westwood, David by mid or call the
..recipe: caramel gets a little too thick The Roadrunners will provide Dobson, P. K. Y.. Kathy Har- Winners will be announced at Womcn'i Department, 1-1411.
:. The.friend who passed It to spoon over the last of the music from 7:30 to 10 p.m. ben, Howard Bishop: recording',the dinpg at 9 p.m. between lam. and 4 p m.
along to us called the candies nuts, just place it over hot 'secretary, Arlene Howard
i' Turtlettes. water until it is manageable. During the dance, voting ma- Buchholi l Ann Kabebam.
Good name! Pecan halves TURTLETTE CANDIES chines will be In operation In P. K. Y., Nancy Langlerl, *es r5' .2Gt
and caramel candy make Small pecan halves ((1 to 12 the lobby where the wood secretary,I (-
turtle shapes; coating of ounces) will be voting for the member'l ; ;
Ship Now. *
semi sweet chocolate forms 2 cups light cream cers of the club.Candidates Barbara Alvarez, Such hole,I' .
the covering.The Z cups sugar for the offices In- Dale Carlln. Westwood. Dt'nlse'

result Candles t hat 1 cup light or dark corn ORANGE
look like miniature turtles syrup
The pecans are arrangedon H teaspoon salt Flattery Ahead for I
buttered cookie sheets and 1-} cup butter or margarine GIFT I
the carmel Is spooned over 1 teaspoon vanilla the ll'
Holidays ,
them. 1 package ((12 ounces) semi- 8J
sweet chocolate pieces Let I II
On buttered cookie sheets, us pamper your I BASKETS1x
arrange 4 dozen groups-each
consisting of 4 pecan halves.In hair. shop it and style it
a large heavy saucepan, .A\ for the festive season ahead. ORANGES KUMQUATS GRAPEFRUITSee

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Pour out 1 cup; reserve. To MIKE'S NEWSand
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cream the remaining In the saucepan lukew,arm add -If you can find an extra I tour-to spend- In-your- kltchwe -- FREDDIE FLETCHER Now with Town & Country Place AND BOOKSTORE

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Gently stir in vanilla; cool 1.
Pour about 1 teaspoon of
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mixture over the center of
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RANCHER LOSES LIFE Due Contracts Soon Police Effort Curbs

, FAA Probes Plane In Williston

Crash In Bronson Memorial HUSTONContracts let next Hospital week here for the U word maybe new Starke Burglary Ring

expected today from the FlorIda
Development Commission(

BRONSON Investigatorsfrom copter had centered in the to Alachua General HospitalIn comes through.At .

the Federal Aviation Bronson area since two hunters Gainesville for an autopsy Council '
the '
City meeting '1'\1' Agency" and the Civil Aero- reported seeing a plane Tuesday Mayor Louis Roberts .} "f Big ;
nautics Board were due here g3 down at 5:30: p.m. Satur The FAA and CAB inves- his to Tallahassee ''
reported trip 1"
today to probe the crash of tigators will try to determinethe ; :
day.A Monday, as being Leader
a light airplane In which a helicopter from the Jacksonville cause of the plane crash. very successful The paperwork ';,, Ring

Polk County rancher w I I Naval Air Station Williams reportedly left Fort the forwarded y hAPat
on new hospital was -
killed. spotted the plane wreckage Lauderdale Saturday for a to Atlanta Monday. ,T
The body of Weir Peck yesterday. The Levy County private airstrip at Polk City, Imprisoned

Williams, 44, of Polk City, sheriff's office said the area a community north of Lake- Roberts told the Council the

was found yesterday beside was so dense that 4 wheel land. He filed no flight plan. Florida Development Commission By SAM McGARVEY \

his smashed up Bell anca drive Jeeps had to be usedto Witnesses said they saw the approved everything and Sue Staff Writer
plane in a swampy 'area get to the crash scene. plane go down at S;30 p.m. forwarded it to the Atlanta office ,JO
about seven miles west of Deputy Pete Smith said Saturday. Mrs. Evelyn Drum- immediately STARKE A drive by local I

Bronson. that the small plane was so mond, office deputy for Levy police to halt a recent rash of
Williams had been missing torn up that its make 0 r County Sheriff J. W. Turner, Roberts said went on to burglaries here has been sueessful -
since Saturday after taking serial numbers could not be said she had the clock from Thomasvllle, Ga, to check on according to Police I i
off from Fort Lauderdale. A determined. the plane. It had stopped at the sewage lift station for the Chief Bill Rosier.
said officials of the
search by planes and hell- Williams' body was taken 5:31: she said.Sarasota hostlpal. lie 'We've had only one brenkng .
Davco Corp. told him the bid
price was in order If everything t4 and entering"during the
three weeks, Rosser said
is Included to hook up to the
Solon existing sewer. "That was at Smitty'i BarberShop
a and nothing of value was
In other action, the Council taken.; "

iscussed setting up a groupof 1 Rosier said several cases otttcpted
Asks Back PaySARASOTA local citizens to contact individuals entries were reported I

., and organizations on but that In each case the bur-
equipment donations for the glare; were thwarted by strong
r (AP) In a suit where an election has not been hospital rooms doors and locks. I.
held the former holder of the office
aimed at forcing the Florida
The Council noted that any On Nov. 3 a delegation of
Is still the holder. Therefore
Legislature to reapportion Itself, donations made in the form of itarka merchants appeared be
a defeated State Representative I am still the representative :cash would bring two for one fore' the City Council In a protest -

has demanded back pay, claiming unless an election is call in equipment because of the against an alleged 109 caws
he's still a House member ed, he added.Representatives. matching Hill Burton funds Civil Suit WinnersMr. of burglaries within the city dur-

because the 1963 reapportionment run for two- New utility rates will be effective leg this year.

plan is unconstitutional. year terms. Jan 1 for appearanceon and Mm. E. A. (Bud) Flnley, Yankeetown. entente from the Federal The Council took Immediate

Russell Jordan of Sarasota the Feb. 1 billing. The 1271 Courtroom after winning a 163,000 verdict In their damage suit again Levy steps to halt the outbreak, In-
circuit court order Jordan said if no challenge of Increase Includes $1 for water, County law enforcement officers. (Sun photo by Bob !Meeker) hiding the lighting of various
County got a
the makeup of the current Legislature 75 cents for sewage and $1 for alleys and the hiring of additional
Wednesday requiring the stateto Is made, all acts of the garbage.The police.Merchants.
ESTES put him back on the payrollor 1965 session might be declared Awarded also tightened their

appear at a hearing Feb. 9 illegal taken to court. Board agreed to sell the Finleys defenses against' Intruders, on
to show cause why not. entire $300,000 bond validationto the
recommendations the
Named Jordan would be entitled to of police
Estes cover administrative and financial
He said he isn't Interested in $100 a month and for department and that un-
expenses costs. A surplus is expected
ForFranklin the back pay. Rather, he wants; each month he was out of office but the exact amount $65,000 By Jury doubtedly has helped In preventing !-
the losses the merchantshad
Agent the court to force the Legislature -
if he wins the suit has not been determined.! been
to reapportion itself before suffering.

the 196$ session. Jordan lost his By 1108 MEEKERA The arrest took place when Another factor, according to t

seat when he and Rep. John Levy Teachers Host DIG Yankeetown couple was Canon and Beckham went to II Russet, has been the arrest and

Dr. M. 0. Watkins, director Hasson contested the one Sarasota awarded 1(5,000 damages by a the Isaac: Walton Lodge to arrest > Imprisonment ot Ronald Wayne '
of the Florida Agricultural Extension County House post remaining 12-man Jury In Federal Courtin a guest. Bradbury, one of the ring leaders -

1 Service, today announced after the reapportionment Meet Initiate 4 Memberswards Gainesville yesterday The Finleys claimed damagesfor In the wave of burglaries
, the promotion of James B. plan was enacted. Mr. and Mrs. E. A (Bud) Fin- Injuries sustained when they Incidentally, Rosser .llcll the

TT_w.to_._ from associate COli sty 'I WILLISTON Levy County Mrs. Mary Ellis, Mrs. ley, Yankeetown, were victors were given the "brake treat.ment" Hit of lot burglaries reportedby
before Circuit Judge the .
The suit, merchants has been analyxed.
to In their civil suit against Levy which caused Mrs. Fin-
In Levy County coW
agent teachers wede hostesses at the John C, Ferris Mrs. VivIan
I .
ty agent for Franklin County. Lynn Silvertooth the, hangs seats question of .t meeting of the Delta Kappa Goodyear, Mrs. Dorothy Grady County Sheriff J. W. (Jim) Tur- I ey to hit her head on the
Watkins said that the Franklin marks over Gamma ner and Deputy William S ureen separating the front and "We went the /he
members of the Society Saturday at the Mrs. W. L. Love, Mrs. Mary over lilt ]1
County Commission approved least 30 other to office home of Mrs. Maud Fugate In McConnaughhay, Mrs. M a ry (Sam) Cawn In which the couple :jack seals of the car aid, "and found that a number \

the hiring of Estes yesterday Legislature who .came Williston. Robinson, Mrs. Irma Rodgers, charged Cason and Deputy The Finleys testified CisonmvUle. TVRMCR of the crimea reported took
but that the appointment I -under the court rejected 1963 Walter Beckham with physical slammed the brakes and place to
Other hostesses were Mrs Mrs Mary Seay. Mrs Ruth on prior IM4, that 20 on J
la still subject to approval apportionment plan. Joyce Bullock, Mrs. Marie Stan. Chealy and Mrs. Olive J. Smith, abuse and the use of unnecessary aped up swiftly to quiet them the list which took place within

by the University of Fieri- If the court rules that Jordan Icy, Mrs. Kathryn Harris, WU. all of Ocala. force which resulted In down. GroundBroken the city were reported direct

Ida and the Board of Control. stilt Is a member of the Legislature liston, Mrs. Elsie Rodgers, Mrs I Also, Mrs. Burnlce Brazel Mrs. Finley having been ser- Cason said hd did hit the Iy to the sheriff, and that man
This Is expected to be Just a under the pre-1963 formula Gladys Meriwether, Mrs. M ary and Mrs. Colleen Brazell, Anthony lousy! Injured and and requiring brakes fey this purpose at the of the others look place outside
formality, however. then 30 House members and Lou Rowe, Chlefland, and Mrs. and Mrs. Betty Suns and Mrs. Finley surgery awarded $10,. suggestion of Deputy Beckham In the Jurisdiction of the city re-
work was
Estes, who began five senators who got new seats Marguerite Renfroe, 0111 r Mrs. Beatrice Maxwell, presi.000 In damagesand Beckham testified he told Ca- lire,

assistant county 1958 agent Is to in replace Levy could lose them. And some 13 Creek. dent of the Society, Dunnellon; $3.000 compensatory In punitive damages. ,son to hit the brakes to quiet the Cross "Actually," Rosier continue
In and
County Mrs. Emma Jean Smith CityCROSS
William C. Zorn who Is tentatively -House members whose seats Four new members were initiated Bellevlew. Flnley I l was awarded $ I.OOO rlnleys because he had taken al 'we found only 49 canes fn
scheduled for transferto were shifted to other counties at the meeting. They compensatory damages for loss he wanted to take. Beck I ham! which we had responsibility, e' '

another county. Estes' appointment could reclaim office. were Dr. Bea Atkinson, Weirs- of his wife's services In the aid the Finleys were curilnj CITY Ground was not lilt as staled by the merchants .
to his new Job is dale, Mrs. Dale Maxwell, Lowell Bronson Due home and In the business. They the deputies and callng them broken here yesterday for a new ."
The 1363 reapportionment and Mrs. John Senterfltt operate the Isaac Walton LodgeIn vile names. He said Mrs. Fln I15JOOO Federal building./
effective Jan. 15.both his bach-I Increasing the House from 95 to and Mrs. Marvin Spinks Sr., To Get Fire Yankeetown ley was talking In a loud, high-! He! also said (hat some of |Ch"llille'
Estes received and the Senate Under the watchful of
112 members, Ocala The asked for $30000 pitched voice. eye city were severe and that he
In couple
elor and master's degrees 38 to 43, was found unconstitutional and county officials, U. 9. Rrp did not blame the merchants
Others Ms. Ola
the UFo He present were compensatory and $30,000 punitive Caaon s a I d he did hit the
agriculture from former Susie by the U. S. Supreme B. Allmond, Mrs. Eloise Beavers Truck Soon damages for Mrs. Flnley wore a cervical collar for six D. R. (Billy) Matthews tossed for being upset about them.
wife the
and his In Its landmark "one-man, a few shovels full of dirt to But we are doing everything
of Pensacola, have Court Mrs. Anne Benedict, Mrs. and $23.000 compensatory damages months under doctor's Instructions
Moring children. one-vote" decision. Mary Blitch, Mrs. Margaret BRONSON It was mostly for Finley.Defense and underwent brain surgery mark the occasion we can," he aided, "and we
two DalzeO, Miss Ave Lee Ed- Counsel W C. Bill In to find out The think wo have the situation under
The amendment which would routine business at the Branson ( ) an attempt new building will house "
Children have written the formula Into I City Commission meeting this O'Neal said- ..he ",.II.k.. for what was causing her to have the post office U, 8. Department control now.
Blind the State Constitution was defeated Bryant Glad ..eek. a new trial. He Hid he will enter troubles with her vision, dizziness of Agriculture agencies/ The post of police chief In

Thrill To Santa in She Nov. election a motion to set the judgment trouble walking and muscle and other Federal offices Completion Starke Is an elective one. Ro.

Jordan claims, the Mayor Commissioner Buren snide and, If necessary, .pa mi. of the structure Is es- Mt was elected for a two year
PITTSBURGH (AP) Eighteen -Legislature, Is legal only as It Pardon Bd. Brke reported that the fire file an apfknt.O'Neal ; Although the operating sur.ltoII. pect.d In April or May. term In 1941.! Any Interim appointment.
visited a truck being given by the Florida said he felt the md- said they could not connect U one should be neestary -
who to the 1963 Bucon
youngsters made prior Construction Co. ,
was up of
downtown department store act-B House Duties Over Forest Service for use of the dent In the car was negligence the surgery to the Incident Cape Canaveral U the would be made by
were Just like thou reapportionment fronton volunteers win be delivered on Canon's part and, as such, and were unable to find any structure Starke Mayor Randal Chilly,
Wednesday of other children at this members and 38 Senators. TALLAHASSEE (AP) Got as soon as It Is painted is not within the pervue of the brain damage, Mrs. Flnley said architect Arthur from plans drawn by subject to approval by the Coo,..
sands "The suit will show how ridiculous parris Bryant viewed his lad civil rights statute but Is properly she gradually "recovered her GalntaY: 1l1e. Campbell of elL

time oflear.read their Christmas the (apportionment) situation !'pardon board meeting Wednesday I a matter for the state acuities following the operstion.
They and Jordan. "But Itt u a great weight lifted The commissioners ordered anew courts. She said she still has Intermit.
lists to Santa Claus the were department is, said auit." from him. : string of Christmas deco The suit entered the Federal tent neck: and shoulder pains but (;U\'rlllll'U h,1Hcorgunizuliuu 3,000 Feed
of toy ,
tour not a reapportionment .
thrilled by a J
'1 surely am relieved now 'ration street lights and asked a Court originally u a charge ot Mrs. flnley' subvqiirntly

difference. Their "The State Constitution says that my duties! on the Pardon group of local women to decorate deprivation of civil rights In them. ( Culm Prisoner
a t
There was in braille, there are two House seats In Board are over," he told hU Town Hall Woroea workIng which state or local officers The Jury took $0 minutes to I
Christmas lists blind.were Sarasota County, and it says news conference today one of on this project are Mrs. Marie were alleged to have acted "un- ring In the verdict favor of I\ MIAMI (AP) More than '
the authors the last of his administrationwhich Morning. Mrs. Eleanor Sub der the color of the law." The the Finleys. Committee 1000 periods line up In front of

ends Jan I. i lIven Mrs. Ella Mae Connell Federal act dates bark to 1171 The U members of the Jury I the prison of Itavina when vu>-
Recommends Bryant said every time be ,and Mrs. Norma Schossler. Judge C. HarroW Cars well were Otis P. Boggi. John M TALLAHASSEE ( lI"1 I"1,itofi( are permuted, once a r';

Committee voted against reducing Uu Others attending the I eliminated the dvH rigms acton :Boles L. P. Cheshire, Curies William 0. O'N.III month, to take find baskets to
death penalty be voted because included Commissioners Lint. following a motion by Of. I II. DIn"". Wilton C. I/el a e A County .has called a primmer, a newly arrived refugee
Yearly Legislatures: be believed tt was his duty. Mating and Jerry Ward and. :Veal, and boiled the charges'W A. McNally, Roy U Purvis DIf If at J. 'kMnvlDe eftne said.

I "But I was always glad! when Town Clerk C. M. Owens. dowo to those of physical abuse, 'James 1. Stacey, and Harry U Governmental Renrganiza-1 "They start walling about 1 ..
somebody overrode me," be ad !JM use of unnecessary force Woolen, an of Gainesville" ; W. U Ibm Committee be heads III..or I o'clock en the previous afternoon

AP-A committee of The committee also supported ded. Wednesday, Bryant voted and urawnabJe treatment ef I Duke Mlcenopy! ; Zane V Gille draw up final reeomiMndalJon ," added Octablo Rodrtui
MIAMI ( Council has decided the suggestion that legislatorsdraw against reducing the death penalty Suit Settled !the Fbilry* during their arrestor I rot unbearably bothered by .for revamping 0w lute Delelnpmtnl /. a lawyer who arrived via
the Legislative increased pay from of four murderers.On hterirrifif ..111I111 officer hi I Us, Alachua and Johnnie J.Pbllm. CommlMlon and Mexico,

the Legislature should tl, OO annually to tS.OOMf the other subjects, the governor Out of CourtThe !the line of duty !la October 12| I .... Bd. __ State Hotel and fottjuriniCommission. u--- .-r Rodrlgtws said meat and :
meet every year to effectively! I annual session plan Is adopted said I chicken cannot be "Included bi 1

transact the state's business Barber said the trend amoni -The question of annual leg trial was net. the Jury Several propouls hate been the bankets. Standards fare for

This will be Its recommendationto 'larger states b toward aanualsessions. ) slatlve sessions, to replace biennial ent was, seated but there, the Judge was pros Three Charter Members laid before the group One by the prisoners, he said, le macaroni <<
sessions, "might deserveconsideration" was BO Ural. and water There 'SOt
the fUll Legislature.! I I former House Speaker Maflory are ,
decision was made at the Associated Industries of Flor The case ef Edward Jones Home cans for placing aQ tourist Inmates In a prison built for
The meetings around the -The Cabinet will await a report -vs. Mint Construction Co Of Bronson Lions HonoredBRONSON Industry srvlr ef both .OLIO, be addoId.Proflunal i .
first of six ida. Inc., a lobbying group expressed e( Bs Inspector on the location I
settled cut of
the was court Wednesday agencies Into a suigW new grand .
state. opposition to proposaL of site for state office
a a
Executive Director John fat aa endiacloiMi Three charter The Bruises Club ws setting up another agencyto football .Is
Paellas! now
At the conclusion Wednesday.of the Lee said it would result to pro budding said be visited the CountyBryant Mirror amount The suit was a negligence members of the. SBUaa's !gamed Nov. U, 1HI. and handle Industrial prwnoUun. big buiuwM. It rat about $llb
bearing to lLaini raw again a road Club were honored by has been a source ef communjiy -
Barber of Vero fnilonal legislators and might Lake site Wednesday but rasa Another propone! calls ford million I year I to operate a
Sea. tractor the club at a turkey dlaaer artist, and service si I ace
prompt veterans wtw could: sot the CommlMlon Item nil Inckjilw. a lump
the d II l rDl", an- had no comment"tt eed Ing Drvetopmral sum
Beach, meeting awl family nJgtt that date.
give the time DOt to seek office progrim of $<00.OOt at for the
would director Cabinet
Bounced tile committee -would appear to lIP Circuit Judge J. C. AdkM: held al fte 1Ir..,. High to rank pay kimpe
do ererjthmg Ia Its power kinterested la ad&tlog Lee said lass negfigearo and I wimp want to Jr. presided wbta the Jury was School cafftorie Tuesday Bight Certificates were else p resented -became of the Important to a eVma* squad lakes during the
;passed by OM session could art know why," State Road! Deportment choaraj Tuesday and. testimony a0. M. Ow ne aae1Lte Florida el lourM and Industrial wagon.
prop That I II tileprotfI' be adequately tested before the Chairman Jobs Ptuffipt begaa. Wilbur f. Aaderm, Degas Martin for M gars snembenhlp ramutlome, The governor BOW
III tIIII to follow.] following session anoVr the annul has not submitted the deport 1 Cobb and 1 B. Groom were to the club. Cobb re appoints the Development "ComUMtM A flail march on a raw, fbg'A

count added. The pressure .,..... meet's WM7 budget Attorneys were T. Allen prorated Charter Awards for viewed the Utility *f the feral director. day Jfcnr. t IM brought

Barter lawmakers) is se terrific I Other hearings are scheduled He said Pit .ps was cut e( Ow I Crouch and David )l Anders 1 J years continuous service sihe club since It's beglmilig.potting I Cr.lU said Out the JaU- Lewis and Clark I* th*>r .,aa.
(on Ineffective bownessb a Ptnsacola Taftahastec Tampa date and pxavHabte for com tar Jones, and Retard MJb Lions by District GovernorCharles I* the BlghttgMaef sills Bettina would be dosed to "Oceea ki vtnlwrote Clark
Out much I Jacksonville and Orlando. 'meet I Ocala for the defendant. Thompson tram Jack- the activities and services. the public. "01! the
fee, result.

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111 Gainesville S"., "inu......y, i...........r iJ, ...-iI

_.... .-.. ...... -.... ., -r, Warm 122-114 '
Royals Up, ,els.rra m

Local Archers Cop I I to the left or right are I

I "' For Champ Celts TonightBY I Brakes dangerous..here'sthe that pull cure,

3 Firsts in Meet TEE ASSOCIATED PRESS tat baskets that stayed off a late
The Cincinnati Royals haven't I Detroit rally, sparked the Roy I BRAKE SPECIAL !
beaten the champion Boston, als to their third straight win
Gainesville archers took three ville; 175 Inst; women, Bonnie Celtics In three tries this season!and their filth in their last six I
'first in Invitation a 1 In the National Basketball Asso when winter
places an Raedisch, Gainesville.
starts. They now trail Boston by
field shoot held here Sunday. Fto ciation. Tonight may be the I weather says"GO"
The event was sponsored by 75 women In st., M. Tumholtz, night when the teams clash at 3V4 games In the Eastern Division j
400 F. S., Bob Blair, Cincinnati.The I-y make
the Gainesville Recreation Department Daytona; I \
and Gainesville Archery St. Petersburg, 323 F, S., A. E sure you 1
Tumholtz, Daytona, 275 women Royals warmed up for The New York Knlcks beat t I
Club. F. S,, Jewel Blair, St. Petersburg their' fourth meeting with the the Baltimore Bullets 111-90 In I can stop!
Top honors were captured In 225 women F. S., Cuyda champs by defeating the Detroit the other NBA game scheduled ,
the Instinctive class with Hen Pistons 122-114 on the road
Tucker, Jacksonville; 125 women +
It the first road
ry Smith and Bob Waites taking Inst., Bobby Joe Hickm a n, Wednesday night. Wednesday. was this I
victory for the Knicks sea I
the 32} and 175 Instinctive men'sdivIsion
Apopka. Oscar -
with 32 los-
and Bonnie Raedisch son and ended a six-game
the 175 Instinctive women's di Intermediate boys, Lamont points which Included three vi ing streak. ____I
vision. Giddens, Clermont; Ju n I 10 r WINTER NOWI
boys, Johnny Goodwin, Day YA 1]1r GET SET FOR
Results: tona, Cub boy Vernon Mum- C Front Wheels Removed,
Abbreviations: F. S. means maw, Jacksonville; Cub girl, r tl' Jr DRIVE-IN GROCERY Brakes Adjusted
Free Style of sight shooter. Inst. Tina Curtis, Jacksonville. a Front Wheel
means Instinctive or bare bow. Bearings Repacked
About 75 archers participatedIn MANAGER TRAINEESWANTED 6119
Class, 400 Inst., Guy Cope- this event. a Grimm. SealsChtckad
land, Apopka; 325 Inst., HenryE.
Smith, Gainesville; 250 Inst., Plans are being made for the Brake Fluid Added,
Herbert Putzebeck, Lakeland; state archers shoot to be heldIn Brakes Tested
17} !Inst, Bob Waites Gaines- Gainesville early next spring
Molt, 25 to SO for manager trainee positions with Taka your ear when U9 expert 4frr.J
Jackson's MJnlf Markers. Paid vacation and other for all vlntar tinlce worltlto?
fringe benefits when qualified. Prefer married men,
for Whole .full time employment only. Starting salaries for
Archery Family experienced assistant managers $90.00 0 week .... SERVICED
and for experienced managers $125.00 per week. GOODYEAR STORE
SAVE! Henry Smith gives archery Instructions to his .
three-year-old son Wade as Mrs. Smith watches at Jackson's Minlt Market 725 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 372-3537
the district shoot last Sunday at Gainesville Airport. 1234 N,W. 16th Ave, Gainesville 'Optn MOB.thru Thun, I ..m.-,.>0 p.m,
Smith Is president of the Florida Archers Association Apply In person to Mr Blundell' -hi., I ..m.-, .....-fet, I .....-.p.m.""! J
and treasurer of the local club. ..

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Penn Chem Research outlasted I
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1 Med Students defeated tbs
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The Mystery Team forfeitedto
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Football'sNo. UF Falls 51-50 Even some of

. Jack Daniel'sbest

1 Topic w In Final SecondsBy friends

i1r don't know

JOE IIALBERSTELN hit five straight field foals'Ida also lost the ball 14 timeson

Yet--at FSUTALLAHASSEE Sua Sports Editor previously, saw an opening turnovers. "
TALLAHASSEE Tom Bax- drove free and shot The rest The setback was the Gators' this "secret.

A ley tried to make history repeat YOU KNOW. first this season in three
cautious visitor to Tully Gym Wednesday
twice in but he Errors Hurt It also
one year games. was the first
night was in for a surprise. Most folks who favor
five seconds earlier and Numerous floor basketball loss the
was errors nipped to Seminoles
Coming In the wake of Florida State's first-ever football Jack Darnel's know that
x that was all the time Florida Gator chances to break since 1961. FSU now has a 3-
win over Florida just three weeks back ((15-7 In you've
case I Charcoal Mellowing
State needed to gain a 51 50 open the game, especially In 2
forgotten the score), the first basketball of this season record.FSU
accounts for the slppm'
basketball win over the Gators the first half when Florida i Fresh Win
of the two schools figured to produce a rather warm Wednesday night at Tully gym. snapped a 22 22 tie to out- The FSU frosh made It a smooth difference
for the UF
reception cagers. An overflow crowd of 5,000 sccore the Seminoles 2 In a sweep for the night with a 7864 1- between Tennessee
What a shock! r 1 saw Baxley, who hadn't missed 90 second bills that seemed victory. Florida trailed by Whiskey and all others.

There was no sign proclaiming "Never Say Never. Then a shot all through the game, In be enough to break open the five at halftime, M 28, fought But some-and maybe
were.no derisive hoots from the ipectators. In fact, at the pop one with time running out game.. back to 41 39, then saw the -wouU be interested

end of the preliminary freshman game, there were few spec and the score knotted, 50 SO FSU minimized Florida's Baby Seminoles pour it on. In knowing just how.

tators. Unlike the game last February height advantage with determined Hoosier! hot shot D a r sell
Bill Bunker, FSU sports Information director, was puz- same situation same board work and collared Stewart IlFSU with 22 points

zled, too. "Well, I know they sold all the tickets," he said. score, when the slick Gator 27 to the Gators' 24, effectively and Jim Lyttle, another Ind .

"But it Is strange they aren't here yet" guard hit the basket with one stopping any hopes coach ana product, had 13 David Miler .

Truthfully, the basketball game Just hadn't made Inroads. second left to provide a 52-50 Norman Sloan's gang might i topped the Baby Gators with 1&
Football, with the Gator Bowl lame against Oklahoma coming .
triumph, this one missed. have had of fast breaking 23-
up, still Is the dominant topic. Football, with flankerback Bob Leakey, a substitute Baxley led Florida with 14 Florida now will be Idle un- .

Fred Biletnlkoff the school's lint MI-America player guard and one of the Sem points and Dick Tomlinson had til Dec. 19, when It! takes on

Is No. I. CAP wirwhoi. to tiw IwilGATORS' inoles' many heroes in thli i 11.: Erratic foul shooting hurt Miami in the Magic City, Next C
Any further proof was amply supplied by colleague BiD pulse stopper of a clash, the Gators, too, as they made I home game Is on Monday, Dec, d _.. T1 .
McGrotha who, with needled in hand congratulated the Ga grabbed the rebound and call- only 10 of 19 In the game. Flor- 21, with North Carolina. It sum with a
With FSlTa Gonzales (Far Left), !Malmen
ed a time out with six sec Tennessee Whiskey Treea -

onds to go. M 1Thursday hard maple growing

FSU passed the ball in and I On Ail ground, And It
Kentucky Back Immediately called anoth e r has to be cut In the
1 I time out to reset Its key play season when the
The maneuver worked to
.. (b down.
; fection. Center Gary S e hull
t:: In Old Form- shook loose but the throw in

was high. Schull saved It from B

going out of bounds, made a

tors on their fine comeback to win from Miami and LSU. great second effort to get a

He also added, "And the Gators did a fine Job in holding Romps 10074By ahot and was fouled by Brooks

FSU to a 16-7 victory the week before the Miami game." Henderson with three seconds
to '0. December 10, 1964 19BEARS' rt
Scholl Changed It
JOE 2ELLNER Widby, the football punter In Made Second One ''"
Three seconds before the basketball game ended, however Associated Press Writer the fall, came on again to rank He muffed his first chance. ----.....:::::-' :-

it all changed. Gary Schull, the former Pompano Beach high In the Tennessee performance. but made the second and the Rick burning the
star who plays despite the ravages of diabetes, changed It Anybody who has been counting sands of time ran out before next
with the foul shot that produced FSU's 51-50 victory. Kentucky out of the South Florida could off shot step The tree Is sawed up
rub eastern Conference race before Mississippi jumped to I quick get a and carefully Racked In
Schull, mobbed by admiring student who wanted to The finale of the PARRIS
his head, got to FSU coach Bud Kennedy held up two It starts had better take another lead over Arkansas A&M and cliff hangers was the typical Gators and this. Then the ticks art

fingers in the famous Churchill salute, an ..Id. "Thai's I look to be sure. held It. Richard Megglson of Seminoles have staged In basketball act afire In the open air

two this year. That's two." A Gator fan doein't have to ask I Coach Adolph Rupp'i charges Ole Miss and Dick Pickens of the past few seasons. for pure charcoal

for an explanation. I regained their old fire Wednesday Arkansas A&M led with Unfortunately, the only time COACH OF YEAR
Kennedy, who has agonized through Gator Joe Hobbs' game- night and hit the century scores FSU looked as though It would ,
ending basket in 1956, the trance that gripped FSU In 1962 mark by smashing Iowa State 14 points each. It was the third win Wednesday night cam t

and Tom Baxley's last-second basket a year ago finally I 100.74 behind a couple of sophomores victory for the Rebels against a with three ..seconds left when By N1S NISSKN rw .,. r "r" f ;

got one of those nlp-and-tuckers on his side. And he was single defeat. SchuTJ dropped the big free I Assistant. Sports Editor: -

happy. I In other games, Florida State Games involving SEC teams throw. Cross City's football itory this }
"Boy, Florida's going to be heard from," he said. "They rallied to nip Florida 51-50; tonight are Tulane at North FSU' biggest lead all nightlong past season was a rags-to-rlches

need a few games like this one for those! sophomores. They I Tennessee trounced Sewanee 77. Carolina and Phillips Oilers at was a scant point on eight type thing 1 d ., !
should be near the top In the SEC race. Those sophomores 42; Mississippi turned back Arkansas Auburn. different occasions. Florid I a The Bean, although powerful tAt.

Keller and Ramsey, those guards, who has people like Hen- I A&M 65-50; and Georgia' led nine times, the widest by I In the past, were expected to be This special kind of

derson and Baxley. And Tomlinson, too. They'll be there." Tech handed Mississippi State seven at 31 24 late In the In the midst of a rebuilding charcoal ground up fine

ts first defeat, (3-65. Redskin Ace first half. And the contest wa year. No one would have daredto and packed tightly In
Those Seconds
Last Sophomores Louie Dampier deadlocked all times. predict a 90-1 season and vats 10( Em deep Then
and Pat Riley combined for 31 the Suwanne Conference
The FSU coach his team called timeouts Other Stan line-made Ja.kD.aniel'
explained why two
In the first half to Taylor Top championship.
points give \
her is trickled down
In the final six seconds. Helping Schull In the odepartment ,
Kentucky a 46-21 lead at Intermission But that's what Al Parrla produced I
through It. a leisurely
"When we called our first one with six second to go, we were Jerry Shirley
thought the official was going to give ns the ball out-of- and the Wildcats were NFL Rookie and Leakey. Shirley, suffering In his fourth year at the trip that takes twice .i '\
never Cross City helm, earning him
bounds aa the far side ol the court So1 we, set the playto from a virus and not expected long as the otherwhiskernuking
Georgia! Tech, playing Its firs "Coach of the Year" honors bthe y
to until January, was
move in the epposlt. direction. But he gave It to ns en WASHINGTON (AP) His play seep
the side and \lined all basketball season aa aa Independent pressed Into action again a t together.
Mar we wen up wrong. college coach used to needle put
Problems started mounting for
"But Leakey (guard Bob Leakey) taw this and he called finally broke into the Alabama on Monday night 'be-
him for lack of chatter aDd
winner's circle against Its former I he: Bears when six standout/ O
of Injuries. He sror"!
another tune out when we threw the ball In. That left us
hustle on the practice field. .
Southeastern Conference rials. players were counted out. Some
15 points against the Crimson
with five seconds and we Just twitched around; the same ,
play though." Otto Graham, coach of the; Tide. Wednesday night he hit moved away, some were lout IIUmr

Kennedy said FSU feared Florida's fast break In view of Big Jim Caldwell 6-foot-10 College All-Stars, said h* was 18 to top all scorers and was academic through Injuries and. some for Standout Job 0ce
led the Yellow Jacket charge his usual tower of s tr. n III reasons.Only
: g
the height edge of 1-10 Jeff Ramsey and M Gary Keller. lazy.
with 29 points and pulled down under the boards l..llrrmrn of representing the school i -. o =,,-. _.
"But don't look have at those the baiL"Kennedy. rebounding figures. You can't, run when 23 rebounds to handcuff the efforts I "I'm Just not built to make a Leakey, a sub, putted three This left Parris with only a This h* did and more at the '- -

you of the sophomore laden lot of noise," explains Charley baskets In as many tries and handful of Mermen, seven to be Bears raced pant nli* foe and -
terms this Seminole the best basketball -
year's crew Taylor of the Washington Redskins wart and numerous gaps to fill lied only Wllllslon 13-13 early .
Bulldogs. .
team ever at FSU. And not tot long FSU started a trio of foul shots In as many ::;:;:;;--.- ;:--.
ago Florida will probably decide "I Just run each play the chances, Ills biggest field goal Then, Just before the season In the season, They picked up'
icason' by beating mighty Kentucky In the Wildest back
a Thai's Indeed. that Tallahassee Is no place to test I can, then hurry back to was the one that lied 50 all lot; underway, football intern team as the season progressed
yard. high praise lay anything, not with Florida: the huddle," with two minutes to go. seemed to disappear, and the' and wrapped It up with a iur-

State anyway. The Gators lost the He wa under sever pressure Cross City team dwindled to prlilngljr ay %1.In over
to FSU In football for the first But 6foot210poundhalfback's from a Gstor defender almost only 12 players I lake\ Butler for the Suwannee -

time there earlier this fall and running and pass decided to past up the So P If r Is did the only crown. .-....:.-
1Aq.I8.'IJf the Seminoles turned the trick catching speak eloquently. Bar shot but let It fly anyway and thing a coach could In such al Cross City aim was the lone
ring a near-collapne Sunday In What out 10 Jan
situation: He called the Iludl'R11 team to defeat powerful North seep
again Wednesday night this It drifted through to force the
the final Baltimore later .
against ,
tune on the basketball court game deadlock.The : body together and look i vole MarkIn and It came on the drop by drop
Gary SchulTs free throw In he will be the first National Gators then toe the on whether to field a team fur road! a* the Colts !Inaugurated Is only the gentles

) the final seconds gave FSU the Football League rookie In ban for 1:51: working to get the 964. their new stadium. part, ready fill aging
more than 20 years to finish in v..... "V ." The Bear squad remained
1-50 margin In a see-saw battle '11.11188t shot. Baxley, who had
resembling an encounter from the top 10 In both rushing and I The students voted to continue, small throughout the season,

lilt year with the winner and pass receiving.II M Parrln Immediately began never hiving more than 17

loser reversed. I Vole work. _: on molding! a team .worthy playtri, In uniform at one time!

I) Tennessee placed four men In Taylor was named NFL Rook- Pee,.. ,IN, pe c-n e.. p. TtM.
double figures In the e of the Year Wednesday by an ._ ". .s 401
Now people call
N l e Oil some

the triumph third over victory small for runlwa'i Associated and Press sportscasters.panel of sportswriters He =-. n<' >O5N I'r II. Big Weekend Set this ancient a "Vcrtt.Tcnnout" Ie'.

teen In a row. Sophomore Ron received 11 of a possible 42 nurse w :1 1/:ii: i'C, : not process actually. that

votes MM./. ''''r M.. II IIwa .1 this old whhkcsmoothing -
Birds Tied for with five r. tm if n II'LO' For Area CagersSixteen method ha
TopsIn runner-up ''. ill. ,. n .... .0 re
votes each were his Redskin ,_._. '1| M | I IIM been almost forgottenIn
e./ M I I
teammate, safetyman Paul H .Si, !. the rods nf today.
Gf N".M"u 5-5 5-5- are en tap Paine successful one la It
games a
Defense Krause, and Cleveland split end
.,._ .. .. But Jack Daniel'ssmall
Paul Warfield, __ ., 'i' his weekend ss every local Tuesday with a victory over still like
MM/.. H ." and area basketball team get Uv Otk. distillery
BOSTON (AP) The Baltimore Taylor probably Is the greaU i.-"w", : ii l In the thick .f action. Other Area Came the time 10 give whiskey

(Orioles fielded a collective eat natural football player rYe ,_;::" 1N1 MN N M N Eleven contests are stated forFriday I la other am P/IMI. Friday, this "emra blnlln, "
.MS and committed only IS ever Redskin Coach .. .-. We think that, after a
seen says ,,-,, night/ and flY. more enalurday Bran oe goes to Plenon, Keystone
errors In 1964 to set major Bill McPeak. lie combine NNNY. N N-N night. Htlghls la at Crescent alp golf My Ie'.

jM' league record for the second power, speed and fine open field 0Mc..... ,_' OW NauCiulero I Lake Butler Mill Jaep) a r.ICilY, Bed hosts Maltose and lime/ well ipeoc.mm .

consecutive year the official:move" eao1N. .,., Lt II Nw.r1. and North Marlon. goes. to. Cross Newtwrry travels to Trenton.
tl..e sacs./ American League folding averages N.Hll>,.tnu!.. MMtt..>> IMowf',...05454...., one If*| City to top rrlda1l1Jllht" .r'.1 I On Saturday's slate are Jacksonville :
as.ecu..Lcn.C.wau..Lea. disclosed today. I At Arizona State Taylor I o..w H* '.1., ._ VtHM, ".. >. Ineupx Paxon at Gainesville, CHARCOALMELLOWED
played right halfback and was lip Hot Trw>.. coo. ._ I
The Orioles also had three .individual .. loser to Live
R..s1al ,.w M Ul MM*? set lOTW 144 Lake Bullet only ,Cross City at Oak Jennings
defense pacesetters, mainly used as a wlngback on M1es..6.., --.. eeee ,-
"'., 1.0a r.1.qeMw powerful Trenton, will sport at Lake Butler May at
the new second-baseman Jerry Adalr.thirdbaseman offense to block, catch pastes .. W a-Oe., a lineup ef center Runty Wad IBeU and NewUrry at Willis- o
and run aa occasional reverie. Pus N N.11I
Robinson .0 N II_M ,< 3i, forward Larry Clyiil toe. .'
Young Gentry and shortstop Luis A puIcl I Make Hwde I 12) and Terry Parrub (Hi I .0's... .5....._..... DROP

Baltimore finished two point Taylor says AttaIN Vat end guard Jimmy Thomas ((6- w L MeM.w.V 0DY
ahead of the New York Yankee Coach Frank Kush liked Tony College .) and Bob Lyons ((3-11)). c_ ':
BLAZER"QUAD" n the club figures. The Detroit Lorick's scrappy style of play I I North Marion which: opened Casesew L DROP

Tigers were third with Mt followed and wed to urge Taylor to Scores wIlls t smashing victory ever 11- ho-a.a.eaOas .551.e..

by CWcjgo and chive make more note and shew Cage Newbrrry Ut Tlleisday, returned ._ M 1 1.e.we. Mr.
land, J61 each. The Orioles bad more bustle sa practice. I the starting quintet that a/a.w1 ':
set the previous big league eeuae MMIVIMAM posted a successful campaign j. .,

records of ... and N errors at.IIJa. Lorick woo the starting fuO-\t\ ._. n .,....: nlc. last ..""' a, .rrCa. '
back job with !the Western DIaJoe -w.ru..K. -.r.we p M Top Pt.y'r* I :a..

Adair al.*. established two I champiM Colts hit year 1'--- BiO Davis, ftobrrt lleae.' a..ws. O4lule.1,441 } I :::
league marks. H. and finished a three-way Ue ...
majnr) eonv ... Tootle Prultt and VII Edwards lc'.e a .
2995Whet piled a .... aware, edipsing i for fourth place to the rookie 1'c- .-.. --- are the standout f. r ...
JW4 mark race with Mel lUnfr DeOa ... ccrv N .. ...e
the set by Red .
i I .V -, ". KHIIHH* the Cott*. who have M player Cassw
Schoeadimst ., It Louts and tsafetyman.; and lucky Pope, s.. I*. *MI aM Uttrr thaa an nee alt eel. i =

o deal for now end :New York a* the National Los Angeles flanker. i iI I--r<: Cedar Key and Masrthnr e. 'CC.1..w. .L OAresat

loter. 3. button" norurol League In JIM. Mar nude only I two Claw C powers, .UI mtbearfcM L_,... IC"I' .au
Taylor eWt start the AllStar 1 1. *ii v "* >*** -
shoulder suit is corefu'V flit errors two let thai till I ewe.' ,:TM* R ,.: :>:, tf at the Sharks' gym -
: _.
,, _
game, but are a* got tote -
tailored choose from previous neord-aotfcr. Bmokrya's -,the be the 1-- 'Friday k a lop Rrverland CB: *> et... M1w.. w 0. ... r..1
game wa sparkplug .
I c W 1..e '
Contrasting Jacltt Roofflwi to USLBaHtmor
tone UltOther
handsome new si the AMtar eflenee and N w -
stocks pus *'* Jlofainaoa. who, waaMTDnl Iewae.,1I. ":::' I will III
extra top games
most valuable ptayer. ........ ... -- .. ._ III t..a..1 IIM
coordinated reverjio'e' vew. was named the AL'DOIt vat I luau sees fl, as Gainesville at Daytona .1ad3 1Y.11n w c_ t., / m ajNiuiv 0 ftoot it
U latt .e ,- l 11I.... er1/ CMOICI OMMUI9 MO' IOTTUAli
All 4 itemS in eW uabk player month, aided After U NFL games Taylor a.. New r a..wr Ns.r braise, Guess Cone I p r rata DulL ultllllarLraCNSUSS /
heothenpun rayon ond oeefo 171 and topped be third bees I amenf ratters wHa, ow N. re. at f. K. Yenge. ChMlaa4 at'I .r e.e 11I'w .w.wwM_ IPVP. inch feet
Whet o value? mea hr the Oft *aJcIIt year 744 ye ds as Itt earrira. H* I.I. --a. .a5.1w5 ... N.wr.W Seats Fe and FeraamfliaB IK M feM MMt.Nk. .1Ie.N
e. paricto Waded tbs shortstops eifhta among pets receivers I,. .. el rSaws. .ack at *ark. j t.. .ruwawM --
M r
USE YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD tor the Math conaecvUve aeaaoa.Of .I with 9 far 121 yards. Be Us;' ,.. Ware The Tornadoes nade aen ,- .....

OH average was J7J. I sewed U ......... ;I'I"_ ....secs aas N, Iw.N. t actin trees roach, I. V as e.eM

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tO Goineirillt Sun Thursday, December 10, 1964

I I' ,Gator Football Fans Write About Their Team I

loss to Alabama and to Georgia but their
EDITOR'S NOTES Gator football fans are a special breed. Is the LENGTH of the famine not Just ltd present Intensity. But, I think I hear you say doesn't FSU face the same Gators' small all I could come up with was if God did give
.They love their team with a passion one way or the other. Decade after decade we have stopped thinking In termsof academic situation as Florida In operating Its athletic system toss to FSU to good clean sports, maybe, sow
'I)..Sun sports department bee compiled many recent let- years they have fired coaches and got new ones, ? His smiling He approval felt that poor old FSU needed to win this
ten written pro and con on the Caters and presents them seen more and more money funneled Into the athletic system Now I am going to make I statement that I certainlydo Just maybe their spirits up some So our mighty, mag.
today), pulled every trick they knew how to pull, and still It not want my name connected with publicly. I am from game to Gators lift Just played the part of Good:Sam ritans
Y seems that the more things are changed the more they West Florida, and know something of the psychology of nificent have the game, That's the way I see it
1 Great Men remain the same. Some years ago I gave up and decided the area. I also know right well some of FSU's very ardent and let them
VF Coaches that Florida would NEVER be a real top notch football patrons, and I will say this. So far as I am concerned, So I say to you, my Gator Boys, be as great In{losing
power. At the time, I could give no logical reason 'for this when It happens that FSU makes it either difficult for as in winning and you will always be great 'N?ver;make
Dear Mr. Halbersteln: conclusion, but I think I In, to the losing team and remember there
'" can now. some really wanted football prospect to get In or stay unkind remarks
.'A few days ago there appeared In your column that I quota-FlorIda In fact, you discussed briefly the factor I have In mind THAT WILL BE THE DAY, BROTHER, THAT WILL BE will always be another tomorrow when the Caters will be
fan to the effect
.Otinn, ( from a disgruntled Gator not long ago. It Is the effect Florida's academic requirements THE DAY1 the "greater."
would be better off without Coach Graven and Pepper have on the conduct and makeup of the football (Name withheld at writer's request). Grandma Katherine Bayer
",,,.Rodgers. Although I am a relatively new Gator fan (having team. You mentioned it as a future factor. I think, though, Gainesville Boaz, Ala.
only been one since moving to Gainesville It months"ago It has had more than a little effect for many years In
), I can not keep quiet. Perhaps the record made by the past. For instance, 10 or more years ago a friend told
the Caters this year In their win-loss column Is not as ln> me that he asked some Florida boys who were playing She Quotes for Grumblers This VF Fan Unhappy *
called fans would'iike'
reSlv. as some alumni and other no- football In another state why they went there Instead of the
and wouldn't we all be happy and none more so U of F, and the reply was, even then was that Florida Sports EditorCalnesvme Dear Mr. Halbersteln:
than the team and coaches if all were wins with no hiss expected you to "study too much." Again, about 10 Sun I'm bedridden and have 104 degree temperature.. The doctor .
> but I still feel that even more Important than this is ago I was told that before Woodruff was hired they years interviewed To those who are so ready to find fault with the U of F calls it streptococcis. He's wrong. It's the reaction I
I the way the team is trained, not Just physically but men- Jim Tatum, who promised that if they would meet coaching staff I would like to quote from the November had from seeing a football game lost In Tallahassee.
; "tally, morally and spiritually for the great game of life. his conditions he could virtually guarantee to develop an Issue of the Readers Digest. Sir, I am a GATORI I But does this inherently mean.sec
'"For when the one Great Scorer comes to write against outstanding football team for them. When he. stated his con "Nothing Is easier than fault-finding; no talent, no self- and or third rate? Do you realize that Florida has never
your name He writes not that you won or bat, but how ditions, I was told, Dr. Miller replied that as long as he denial, no brains are required to set up in the graumbllng won the SEC Bear Bryant stated, on NBC the other day
"you played the game." was president no coach was going to be given any such buslne'L"Roy that the best coach Is the one that comes In close to I the
I believe that the young men who serve on s team un- amount of independence from the University as a whole. West: Quoted. from Elbert Hubbard's icrapbookRoy top every year and occasionally wins the championship.
I der such fine coaches as Graves and Rodgers will be better If this Crofters. ? In discussing SEC Gator
report was true, Woodruff did' not have as free a Can't I ask for just one teams a
prepared to provide the. type leadership our state and hand In building his team as some other coaches had, and Mrs. B. D. Adams fan can be stopped cold by one question:
country need. very likejy still have And, I am confident that this is Gainesville "And how many times have the Gators won the SEC?"
t We have a 10 year old boy who la determined that he Isgoing even more true of Coach Graves than it was for Coach I could understand it If Florida high schools did not play
to play football In high school and college, and until Woodruff. Grandmother Staunch FanDear top grade football or If the Florida football plant was below
,ye moved to Gainesville and became acquainted with Now this is just speculation on my part, but I would top SEC caliber or If there was a shortage of fundsor
the type coaches we have at Florida, I dreaded the day judge that academic "inconveniencies" would hamper a Mr. Halbersteln: if we were a relatively new school.It .
..when he was old enough for this. But now my only regret coach more In building an outstanding line than In building I wasn't going to write any more letters for fear the seems every three or four years there's a shift In
'would be that he would not have the opportunity to and play an outstanding backfield. And what Is Florida's main f other grandmothers would think I was trying to take the SEC power. Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama In the late
j ,under the coaching of such men as Coach Graves trouble now? Florida has a good line, you say, but com Gators away from them and if they don't get on the ball 40s, Georgia Tech In the early 50s, then those great Au.
t .poach Rodgert. pared with the other "powerhouse" teams, how does the with a few encouraging words, I'll do just that. burn and LSU ,teams. Even Georgia came through. Mississippi
; Sincerely Mitchell, line fare Alabama won running through the line. Geor-- I read your headlines, "Count One Friend for the Ga is always up there and now it's Alabama again.
l .,? (Mrs.) Barbara gia did. And It almost looked as if Teml 1 could have eatena tors." You and I and every Gator fan In the world knows
... GainesvilleHe9s candy bar before each pass and still gotten It off, and What do you mean? One thousand or one million? You there's someone missing from that list.
most of the time his receiver, or receivers, got in the made the statement that win or lose, you would pick theGatorn. Sincerely,
I Proud of SchoolDar clear. On the other hand, Spurrier was dodging tacklers a Well, so will I and I'm persuaded to believe many F G. Storch
.. considerable percentage of the time he was trying to pass. others still do. BSBAS9Sarasota

Joe: .Under these- -.conditions. --I--thought. -he did darn weH I_.had what I thought:' was..a. very good_reason for the ___ _.. _______ FlaHutu .
:-,Been rending vour editorials and 1 would like to express II I J I

some of-r my own viewpoints. -1
1. University of Florida, of which I'm proud to be an
alumni, Is a school which prides Itself for Its academicsfirst
t and athletics a somewhat distant second. WEEK ieruicg Center
2, Gator football fans are dedicated, they love the game ONE e
and live, eat and breath the Gator football team from one
season to the next. They are generally uninformed as to ONLI '
CHRRGEIT! Take months to Pay !
how they personally could help the Gator coaching staff In pUNIITT
rlayer recruiting. ? 013000NT
.4 -Coach Ray Graves Is one of the finest coaches in
coliige: football today, and we are fortunate ,to have him

SCThe here! at Florida.football talent at Florida is generally at good as

liQfwhen else, but I think people must forget that these 100% NYLON TIRES
fellows are students In a rough academic Institution, and
sa uk! maintain passing grades or no football at all.
-,:1f Florida Is to ever have that "Oreat Team", Coach
will\ produce It. I don't believe that Gator fans
Craws 'Ir I
to expect It because of previously men. '
have the right
-: toned facts (No. 1 above), but he might surprise us someday" FOR EVERY CAR II

of team that
I. I have been personally proud every
:, Coach Graves has produced. They never cry or alibi a I

*S: defeat T. I or personally gloat over wouldn't a win. care to be a member of the at ]1. M. Fields low low discount prices!

I FSU or Georgia football teams 1ft 196J when they play _
j the Gators. ,1 think those .two, teams, especially, Coach
; Peterson,rubbed it in pretty good. PICK YOUR TIRE'
|. I think your Tallahassee counterpart Is full-of-beans. .
The state-wide coverage afforded the Gators la a complIment .
to a fine football team and Its coaching staff. True PR'GUARANTEE.1.
some may get out of hand at times, but Bob Basslne of PICK yoUR
Sentinel to afford them honest cover-
the Orlando seems B B B -
': 9 I admire Ray Graves stand on the Georgia Tech and C PICK
Miami series, It Is very Important that Florida football fans YOUR
"_ have five ((5)) home games. COMPACT & REGULAR MEDIUM LARGE
1 19.1 have but one gripe The Florida Field scoreboards
should have something to Indicate the number of time outs NO TRADMNNEEDEDl

Z* HI to each team for each half. Respectfully FOREIGN CARS CARS CARS CARS .

J Richard A. Paul 650x15 590x13 670x15 750x14 7JOx15 100x14 760x15600x15
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m.: lie Agrees With VF Policy GUARANTEED* $

?Dear Mr. Halbersteln: $7
: I have read your article "There are those who dis- 18 MONTHS
: agree" with a great deal of Interest.and I agree. I have
Z followed the fortunes and misfortunes of my Alma Mater
r since 1927 when I was a Freshman and have looked forward GUARANTEED \ $
: to a championship team Mo' these many years but 8
: I have given up although I have never ceased to pull for I 14
the Colors and always will. Its In the blood I guess. 27 MONTHS .
In these parts where football comes first we have to
swallow our pride year after year and be satisfied to win *
now and then over Auburn and Alabama GUARANTEED $ $
I have studied the set-up there at VF and agree with I2
2 you, quote "The Florida fans who think that the UP Is 36 13 16
: going to do a switch In Its Educational Philosophy at anytime II MONTHS"S
to produce a winning football team may as well give
up now". It takes more than a conch ID prixturn' a wn- ADD "" T 9 FOR '
_o nor like Alabama. Dr. Rose made his first talk to the > HITEWALLS ADD ONLY M5
o Montgomery' Rotary Club after bring named President of n r _
the U of A and In this talk he said "Alabama Is on the REE! 1-f;' El!
2;; bottom In football and we are going to be on tup". He 4 d o" cur UBES 4 r
o said nothing about being on the bottom In education but yrorat All prices P bus_deref D 'i1RE5 TIRES I
on top they went In football, that Is. Here lies the answer. I ; IRE ROTAZED
Not only does the philosophy of the President have I >a. RED MOUNZED
to reflect a desire for a Championship team but his philosophy \ I 2s T'
has to be reflected to the faculty as well I
I agree Education should come first So king as my team
gives, a good account of Itself I am satisfied. I FAMOUS
Here's to a better year for the Gators. MAKE KANDY !
Sincerely, I
M. D. Edwards Class'JlMontgomery PRINCETON POWER-PACKED SPARK ( ; yiFE APPLE
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Suggests for ur* starts, bright lights Auto Floor Mats and power 7'- it

: Mr. Halbenlein: 15 MONTH GUARANTEE ALL COLORS 33c -
With reference to the !fetter received from Mr. Goldln, c
: let me suggest that he become an "ardent" supporter I .. ( mp.itl.tft
a FRONT e ..
of FSU. I think he will be a great deal more satisfied and 12..ts L i I In tHf .f/ c..w.
I for will certainly be. We have too I PLYMOUTH-CHEVROLET <.Ln..d.pw MM
one. "supporters"
; many
w..e ...... ..". r r.. ..a =9 s..u.r.u s IJ n.+ ,. w..
of his type already. REAR w.a r .s.,.; "j s sm'.mrowm'sbassrxaai. er ww..r...
.,.t.! me suggest that when Florida bad gone through the ti.n .N,rw N.M.be .J.6f. RADIATOR .*..
: Itrst'part! of the season and had a 9-1 record he probably At 51..4.,l w Prk./ .

sang the loudest song as to what a great supporter of the THERMOSTAT
;diversity, Its football team and its coaching staff he was. a_ --
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f. ; Although I am really pretty Ignorant of the particular ,I Open 12 Noon p.m. Mon.. Tuei & Wtel.; 9 .m.-9 p.m. Thtirt., FrJ.. Sat.; 12 Noon.7 T
-of football, I have followed the Caters a long tJme and I p.m, Sun,
would like to snake a few comments about the situation. : GAINESVILLE-Acres Free Parking
: 'Even though you have not around as long as some
:of the real graybeard rooters still you must by now ap> U. S. 441 North at 23rd Blvd. Phone 3728292I

"predate p that what Is grinding on the Gator fans. so mh |I .

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r ,. Thunder, December 10, 1964 Gainesville Suit .21 1

'Undefeated Elevens I

J- Vie Here for A TitleTwo

Trenton Keeps I
teams without a loss between I The deadlocks came at the combined total of some 240

: them wind up the foot hands of powerful Palatka and yards rushing.

Up Fast Pace b ball season here Friday nightin 'Florida High. Sturdy Shoulders

the State Class A championship The Tigers bank on the elu-I Wildwood pins Its offensive

battle. sive running of halfback Ron- lopes on the small but sturdy

Wildwood will put its sparkling nie Mangle and the power of shoulders of halfback Randy
TbD and talented Trenton continues to be the class ot 11 0 record on the line his running mate, Charlie Harrison Jones, as. 7, 150 pounder.

Aria basketball teams with three victories under Its belt e against Lake City's t 0 2 in moving the ball goal- Jones has scored IK points
And Holton Browning continues to be the classiest in-
mark in the tight for all the ward. on IS touchdowns and eight extra
dmdual with his outstanding frontline play.
marbles.It the state A In the 11 contests
Mangle, 440-yard points
The 6-S senior has bettered 20 points in each game and
ill takes place at J p.m. dash champion, sparkled I with Ms swift running..
plied up two each time. He fired 21 In the opener against
at Florida Field against Venice by scoring three Randy's brother, Danny
Bionson, followed with 23 against strong Lake Butler and
Wildwood which Is a small\! the other halfback
then came through with 25 against Cross City. I touchdowns, one a 57 yard Jones plays
Class! B school with only H reception. and Is runncrup in scoring with
Coach John Rowe started a towering lineup against Cross pass
boys In the top three grades, and Harrison 72 points. Fullback Joey West
City that averaged better than <-, per man. Jelalaf Mangle presented
Browning were (4 Mike Watson, (4 Murray Smith, M qualified by !beefing up Its a rugged! one two punch la close behind with 71 points.
schedule with Class A teams Starke Quarterback Hamp Johnson,
Denny Wilson and -foot Jimmy Slaughter. against by gaining.
And then there Is a pair of 6-2 performers, Danny Corbin Lake City chopped its way who completed M per cent of
through a schedule of some of his for more than ,750
and Harry Garner, on hand for substitute duty. Opponentscan
take note that Garner is Just a growing sophomore. -T-.... *..r. fey T...... L_., the "ai'' top Class A teamsto UF-LSU Film; yards and nine touchdowns,
The Class C Tigers face Newberry and Chlefland before AUBURN COACH RALPH (SHUG) JORDAN LISTENS IN ON fUTOnS earn a berth in the play rounds out the talented back-

tailing on Class AA Gainesville Dec. 19 in a Trenton first Head Coach Ray Graves (L), President J. Wayne Rettt Talk Florida offs. 'rO Ho Shown

al.the Hurricane gym. I Wildwood trimmed Hollywood field.Two
Chaminade 28 12, in the semifinal Color films of the University' Place
-Double Ta kGtinesvllle's Spurrier, playoff game last Friday of Florida's "Hurricane Bowl"I In Judo Test
night, while Lake City rolled victory over LSU will be shown

over Venice, 28 0. Thursday night at. o'c 10 c "I Two\ members of the University
short but scrapping Hurricanes take on powerful
\ Daytona Seabreeze Friday night on the road and facea Top Sop lis by QB ClubBy Both Speedy teams sport Halfbacks high-powered In McCarty Auditorium. on of Florida Intramural Judo
University campui.Sponsored club placed In the recent state
dtuble taskThat: of stopping the defending .. .. offenses, built around speedy
Cantrell. by the University'sAlachua judo championships at Tampa.Douglas .
Cantrell champions who and 6-10 center Dennis well for his size, led NIS NISSEN 'given the backfield award,! lie also said "I thought FlorIda halfbacks, and hard nosed de County Alumni Club, McDllda I J finished

the and ,Crabs to moves a 22.7 exceptionally record last season In their marchto Assistant Sports Editor while linebacker Jack Card of I was the better team against fenses. However, Lake City the movies are the last In a third hi the heavyweight class,
AA Auburn Florida'Coral Gables was recipient of Alabama, but there were some owns a distinct weight advantage series of film of out of town and Klyo SaJI was third In
the state crown. This year they have moved up to An man kept
the lineman award.Autographed questionable plays. When for this .
classiiication. men smiling Wednesday nightat you games year. the 135 pound class. Three
Cantrell has picked where he left off this season by the Holiday Inn as the' Ball run a running play against Alabama The Tigers raced past such The film will be narrated l by other UF team members entered .
up than 20 He Gainesville Quarterback Club i The UF footballers also presented with 30 seconds left Class A powers as Starke, one of the members of I the I but did not place
sveragjig considerably more points per game.
In 27 Mainland in his last outing staged Its annual Christmas Quarterback Club President you haven got a chance. It landing the Tornadoes their Florida coaching staff, according Lore Friedman was awarded
pumped against Daytona
Nebbie Anderson with an takes IS minutes for the officials lone defeat and Live Oak and to Perry McGrlff, Jr., club a second degree brown belt
Tuesday night. autographed ball for his leader- to unpile the players. Al Perry. chairman. :for form competition.
The big center Is sure to be the target of college scouts Ralph (Shug) Jordan, bead ship and support throughout the abama's real friendly they I
all .vet tie country before he finishes stuffing the ball for football coach, at Auburn the 'like
season. to hug a lot"Jordan .
Seabrerael past decade, was guest speaker
Jordan, who was Introducedby
said the state of Alabama
has attracted considerable interest from the hon. I
He araady at the gala affair which long time friend, Percy has tremendous football
University of Michigan, the nation's No. 1 collegiate cage ored Gator griclders. Beard, UF assistant athletic I
Interest that
pointing out
team. r rida and Florida State also are among the 40 The Quarterback Club gave director, spoke of both Florida attended two 7
plus colqges: who have put their names In the Cantrell hat persons a 1
wards to the outstanding sophomore and Auburn In his amusing and In duringthe
There no telling what the list will swell to In the next few back and lineman on Informative manner. games Birmingham
past season
months, the Gator team that fashioned He called Florida and Auburn I
GHS will have the unenviable job of holding down Can- a 7 3 record.Quarterback "The best two teams, "I hate to give my com pot
witH itor, Dear Bryant (Alab a m a
trell a player eight and one-half inches shorter. Centers
in the S uth-
after Alabama o
Steye Spurrier ,
head coach), credit, but he did
Johnson and theHurries
Ca-J' Tommy Parker are the tallest "
!rom Johnson City, Tenn, was eastern Conference, right now "
lot build that Interest
a to ,
to offer at 6-1H. I
GHS Mowed/ unexpected depth last Tuesday night whenIt Jordan saia. I

defea ?d Jacksonville Jackson, 79-74 The Hurricanes Year of Birds" I
played be entire final quarter and the last few minutes Simla Selected Jordan said he'd much rater

of the ird period without top 'scorers Boyd Welsch and er talk about the 1963 season,

Bill Bo;*. The two aces fouled out in the third quarter. and referred to the past campaign -,

And lie score was nlp-andtuck when Welsch and Boas as "The year of, or fur,'

departe But Welsch left his mark with 20 points on a dazzling Coach of Year the Birds Lynda Bird, Lucy
di41ay of Jump shots and backboard work. Bird and Rodger Bird" I
Rodger Bird Is the Kentucky WITHTUFSYN
-Too Runners NEW YORK (AP) Don der George Wilson. halfback who Intercepted a

t Shula's Job of leading the Baltimore Drafted by the Cleveland pass and ran 95 yards for the
Browns In 1951 after a fine career -I touchdown that led the Wild
Local'and Area fans will take a look at two of the most Colts to the Western Con-I
I excitin .) runner In state football Friday night at Florida erence title of the National' at John Carroll! University, cats' upset ot Auburn. I :
Field. Shula came to Baltimore In 1953! Jordan also pointed out that,
Football League In his secom
in a 10-for-S player swap. lie he has never favored free substitution -
Lake Ronnie will battle
Mangel Wildwood's Randy yeat as head coach earned hint
Jones .lb the Class A state championship game that will recognition today as the played with the Colts' defensive saying, "I think a TUFSYN..THE TOUGHEST RUBBER EVER "'
wind backfield through 1958 and fin man should play both offense
np0964 grid play. Coach of the Year
league's by ished his active career with and defense. And I don't think USED IN GOODYEAR TIRES..GIVES
ManjJ, the state A
Jtt-ysrd dash champ, has led the .n Associated Press panel
1+1 record Washington in 19S7. the fans should pay $" for a I
a with his' elusive broken-Held Jaunts. EXTRA STRENGTH EXTRA MILEAGE
Tigers m. with Charlie Harrison at the halfback spots to Shula won by a landslide Inthe Shula's first coaching Job was ticket and then have to wait

e City an excellent one-two ground punch. voting of the 42.man group, ss an assistant at Virginia in 23 seconds to change teams. ..

Jones, a slight $-7, 150:pounder, has sped for II touch- three from each league city.i 195$. He was sn assistant at "But I have been soundly de-
down-ind eight extra points In leading Wildwood to 11 The Baltimore coach had It Kentucky in 1959 and moved to tested on the subject and now
straight Icturle. votes to three for Blanton Collir \. the Lions In I960 accept and welcome It." I
It shwld I be an Interesting duel both of teams and .In- of Cleveland. One committee Under Shula's direction In Jordan closed by praising the
divlduallEadlcs' member did not vote In this cat- 1963, the Colts got off to a wobbly UF athletic program and said NYLON NYLON

I gory.. start while breaking In "We always have had fine relations ALL-WCATHCR Ifi ALL-WEATHER
with Florida, and I am
rookies and filling In for Injured
The 1963 winner George M2' 42'
was do
sure we will continue to so
Joe Kuh rich alas, owner-coach of the Chi- regulars. Baltimore came with 700x14ore.7Ox6
a rush at the end and won five 0.70x19
ago Bears. \
of Its last six to finish In third Footliull Win
Gct$ 15.Y cat. Contract tinder Shula's direction, the lace. NOW JUST NOW JUST2io17 ,

Colts bounced back from an I A sensational comeback by Williams Thomas scored a

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Joe advantage." opening-day 34-24 defeat by I Lenny Moore, an inspired yearly 28.21 win over Variety SI e reIn 2FD:23

Kuharich aid today his new 15- He said there was "no doubt," Minnesota and streaked through Johnny Unitai and the addition !- an Adult Flag Football gameat

year con; act as general manager that having a long.term contract It straight games before they I of rookie Tony Lorick to City Park. M MKM* M11N eaw.0*IM wo/YN
and :oach of the PJiiladel.\ Is beneficial to the team. lost to Detroit last Sunday. En share the fullback Job with Jer- Beckum. Pycket and Knight fill elder mode's' of Fen, M fill lore rrxxWt cf cad

phia Eagt beloved unprece- "Over a long period of time route, they clinched the Western ry Hill gave the Colts a potent each scored a touchdown and Plymouth, Chevrolet end Plymouth, Chevrolet and
you crown and whipped the favored ffense. The return of Gino added for the '
dented hi.the National Football can build solidly," he said Pycket a point
Leagueould help provide alOUd Green Bay Packers and defend-I farchettl, who had announced loners, Mueller scored twice for mods
only other
basil. on which to Build the with NFL coach ing champion Chicago Bears I his retirement, fine play by Bill the winners and pasted to Mor -
team.Eagles'. anything; approaching Kiloharlch' twice each The first Bear fame elllngton at middle linebacker: risen and Pitts for two more.Jester .
contract is Tom Landry was a shocking 52-4 rout helped solidify the defensive! and Stern tallied i Ira NYLON '"' NYLON
w"ers Carl foremanand signed this year by the Dallas '
Jerr Wolman announcedthe Cowboys for 10 ,e.rs. Shuts, 34, cmt.to the Colts 'I lunlL = points. = :=: ALL-WfATHER ''j ALLWEATHERa
elevion of Kuharich to' In their tint season under successor to WeeD Ewoani!; cvc
general iianager Wednesday Kuharich, the Eagles have won er the 1962 season, followln NOW JUST Vs NOW JUST
and the stmng of the long-term I six and lost seven, their best career as a defensive back an"1, New! Lowest Cost

contract. I since 1961, and have a shot for a the NFL and three years as 225 2' 30
coach for the Detroit Lions
In a statement they said "It' .500 season. I .-

Is our Met that the moat ex-I' Kuharich previously, coached ea-......... --......,- ,
pedient My to build and maintain Ms '
in the NFL at Washington and medele ef CMveorst
a waner in the NFL Is to I The highest scoring match be- ss fits Chevy> B, Conwt, falcon' 'I Plymouth Thunderbird,
In one knowledgeable i St Louis, and I In college at Bock Special Old ,, '.
place aqftority tween National Football League 6'/2" SAW I" "'I.e. Mercury D$f l..
lnd'' ltual-) The laillel'Ire 'Notre Dame where he played asa champions and an All-Star COLT Corvi: t, lancer. Vai ant Oldsmobile A"'bI".do'.

fortunate to have such a student la 1961 he left Noire loge team was In lIMfl.! in which I INr4ew. Idwl CtSoftCPltl'ff' and

person ty Kuharich." Dame to become supervisor of Green Bay Packer beat the rt jew ., PKM.Ml

Kuharith, 47, has been virtual I officials In the-NFL- (Ithe Stare 43 2t. _,I ( -\:1: )l. 1..1t.u.. ..:r.,.;
general manager since he was

hired as.coach to replace Nick "

ager Skorich several Vnce months Former McNally ago General resigned Man- ir1L FREE! s499sA oots ALL-WEATHER NYLON 11: NO DOWN MONEY!

Kuhadch described the contract !36 no ma .
to "very thrilling" and i
"my finest moment In coach i JUST PRKK

prompt big." W any said immediate the contract changes.won't \ 4w FREE ALL PURPOSE-TOP QUALITY 2'0:34 MOUNTING

"We're going to proceed as J'', your best buy. HsrxIIm all cutting foists In horn ), .
we have been doing." he said. workshop. Check and compare these prof.a, iorlal --- ......w

He'i landled player personneland type feature: 't .J. J atdw tI'I Ide"" EASY pt

I engineered numerous P.wal.t ...... wHk S trades since coming here under FREEJ 1 a ,. tin he".. Pie t04I1Ih."Cui..
the owners.
Kuharich ne said he thought the V.d.Tsepw Cash-4.ce.e.. w. M S Node .U std
Rtree.e IleAc" ..etIItt.

length arrangement of the contract in was the :NFL"the TURKEY A DAY tape CrtCwfl CMM*-*'W .:V ...... r tumlut CM I*
finest r
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with .9 Uoe ftm, I Mill f1 EE FKRGNG oil TOWER LOT .. _

were made by Sancy Men I 725 M. MAIN ST. ", NON; ))1fl
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_22 Gainciville. _Sun Thursday' .December_ 10,_1W4 :-;;

Ii. Pete Bid for Inboard Race ::1 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS.utfi, ,'hit Chris....
St. .
to 6 Give HP.ywr Johnson t.nl.... 'i.Motor..... .," 13'Itit Hunter boot, Rocket tilt

., tie-down Orig. $745.50,

t Winter power boat racing hat become Immensely popular Penny, 25; from Earleto am Watson 35; and from SI.I Special trailer'with....nylon..... ............... ............ ......John.........boot.......$659 Orig.

k. { Florida'i East Coast. Now the St Petersburg City Council rAS1I'C8llly Mary, Georgia-Mr: and Mrs. Chuck Cleveland 34 percb.I I 3 H.P. Johnson Motor, 12' Aluminum ...
on ..... ..................... ...... $279
I I has voted $18.0000 make a bid for the National Inboard -'a Lake Lochloosa $308.45, Special Rockei trailer
"% Hunter Boot,
: 12'
; Championships to head West Coast summer attractions. : According to Mrs. Ruby Johnson of CARL'S CAMP, the 6 HP Johnson Motor Special .. .....$595
'I' .50. -
i Second Annual Sam Griffith Memorial Rare fir' \ 111 HI .1 I speckled perch: are hitting In the lily pads. C. C. Hopkinsand with, nylon tie-down, OrifJ
The Offshore Power Boat Racing Association, fresh from ft., .. ", : Mahlon Smith of Folkston Georgia, landed 135 perch 10' Aluminum Duck Boot.., .Orig..............................$8$.95
... Its highly successful Miami-Key West ocean race, has announced ru.ld in two days C. A. Hardy of Omega Georgia and J. D. wit I Special .......... .......... under
o the date of the second annual Sam Griffith Memorial 'i' of Tlfton, Georgia, caught 48 In a few hours. See our dozen of Christmas gift suggestions ,
Race which runs over a turbulent sea course beginning In /. : Lake Newaan $10 I

Miami thence to Ft. Lauderdale to Bimiiil and then to Cat .\J"lrh J g| Johnny McGilvray of MCGILVRAY'S, FISH CAMP says Guy CROY'S ?ilaJ.IAu Cam
Cay In the Bahamas before,returning to the Magic City '.'rllllll'hiIIH'a& Hoover caught a 10 lb., I or. bass on a top water Mlrrolure. :
The 143-mile offshore event most of It over the unpredictable Ernest Wlgglesbortb boated 32 perch In.a half day up to 601 S. :
Ihidr ,
1 Gulf Stream, Is set for February 2nd according to OPBRA !run I FtI1NMble : 2tt pounds in size. L. C Jolly caught 18, largest 2<>4 -t

1 President Capt. 'Jack Manson recent winner of the p8-mlle! pounds. Mr. J. Howard: had 20 on live minnows Johnny ;

., Miami-Key West race, on November 4th. McGilvray caught 20 perch himself In 2tt hours, the two 1e..H_
The Key Welt ..
a million dollars take off from Miami's Blsoajne Bay with I -- I

"1 Manson finishing' the head of the 11 survivors In his 30- for the January 9 special hunt. Five out of each 100 holdersof 915 N. MAIN
foot wood-bulled Allied Marine "Kamikaze" powered by twin regular Eglin hunt permits would therefore be Issued sn- Solunar j
I KO h.p..GeRt'raJ Motors Diesel Engines tlerless deer hunting permits. The total eligibility would be
1 Winner of the first Sam Griffith Memorial Race, Mlamian about 350 hunters based on last year's total permit sales of
... Dick Bertram, runner-up for the world ocean driver's cham- 7,000. Tables
pionship will b. back In a new :30-foot custom-made deep"vee" Here are the major rules which will govern the antler-
hull to be propelled by experimental G ID'. similar less deer bunt: Tho ocnoduio of toKinor .Porlodt' 01kilrt
., bnow hoi b.MM '5 Iron John
to Manson's.Also (1)I Open season: January 9, 1065 Aldon Knlghl IOLUNAR TALSCS Plan, '
Ladies sHOUSE
expected to do battle in their second showing In com- your day M that you will bo. ffUiInil
petition will be the fleet new Donzl Marine line with newly (2) Legal game: Only anllerlcss deer! or deer with less cover 1 l good during l. rllnry than.r Nmoi hunllna, II you In good wif-'

I crowned world champion ocean pilot Jimmy Wynne at the than tlve- nch antlers to find..Mr ttio. boil. iport mil oocn day
wheel of one of the craft. ((3) Bag limit: One deer, ,has Tho lo Molor ,.,,,'", oro hewn In bolifoco ,...
"From the word we have received from our 121 membersand ((4)) An Eglin Anllerless Deer Hunting Permit In addition .nf lyoo loot. Thno for on.bogin hen, .. and Itw firm o nitwo .shown" or I SLIPPERS Children'sCOwiOY

I several other of the world better offshore drivers, we to regular hunting license, required (Residents over 63 exempt shown ftourt,In IhtroAflor rtgulor, .typo Th. Minor ftro oft Pi.soma.,''odl, ,
: expect to field a fleet comparable to the .one we had In from regular license requirement.) ihortrr. durotlonUM .
Colors Cr Styles
.. the Key West race," Manson saidThe ((5)) Hunters must enter and check In and out at designated/ loitorn Standard.flmtAM MOoy Many

: Miami-Key West Race was generally acknowledged to checking stations or towers and must report their kill Checkout Mln.11:00 Mot.... 11:30 Mln Mil.rldiy I,IfSnturdiy 1.66 +2.99 BOOTS
I I successful and biggest offshore race ever conducted ,
be the most 0N
time no later than one hour after sunset. true .tSurxl.v ,, ....
12:15 2.99 to
In U. S. waters, Manson said
i entirely ((8)) No dogs allowed. The entire MoMoy 11:51 7,1t 1;:IIITuoldoy Ts
It closed
Eglln area
!I The Miami-based OPBRA, largest offshore power boat raillog .,40 7:" 4 40 I,IIIWodnoMiy
the use of dogs on January (, 1905 ':H .,. 130 *. '6.99
; organization In. existence today, recently announced Its TIHindoy I:IS "hiP ,):U f ill
merger under the newly formed Offshore Racing Commission ((7)) No fires allowed; no Intoxicated persons allowed to hunt;
l, of the American Power Boat Association with Manson! DO loaded firearms allowed after legal shooting hours Fishing TidcfPrtdoyHIgn d All

I l expected to be named the Commission's frat! chairmim after (/8> Hunting Is prohibited In designated closed areas or open 'Sizes

ratification by the rank and file members of the APBA bombing ranges HUNTERS WILL, BE NOTIFIED OF THE 01 IM: trrl ..... I'll
I f. Drivers interested In entering the Sam Griffith Memorial OPEN AREAS T CHECK-IN TIME. 0.m. Low o( li:II am..nd. .IJ:42 .m.
Slturdny-HIgn It '57 I m ondlm :!
.I Race In February may obtain more information by contacting ((9)) Shotguns only allowed; these must be limited! to Uuee Low It I:41 t.m.. and 1'4* p.m.
; the Offshore Power Boat Racing Association, 2051 N.W, shell\ capacity, ", ..m SuM. Low E 11th Street, Miami FloridaSoutheastern In pointing up the need for this special antlerless! deer hunt, Monday-High .. 10:M 0 m and f 57 1' 1 w
1 Marine Sbntr Sidelights game biologist L. K. Jeter aid, "Deer have been. trapped pm.TfY-IIlt"Low ol l 401 ol om II:14 and.m. 151 ontf 10 om:J7m '
In one of these highly populated .. Low ot 4:51 o m. and 4'4t t....
areas and moved
Representatives from McCULLOCH'S OUTBOARD MOTORS to Wndrtdidoy Hljh It 17'II o m, and
I w headquarters quoted President Bob McCulIoch as saying other areas for the past twelve years. This trapping opera- 11:1. ..m. Low ot 141 .m. and 135Tnundiy : I

:: "I won't rest until McCulIoch becomes Number One In the tion has not reduced the deer population within this area. p 't -Hlgn, ollOJpm. 10:50''
Present methods of trapping and moving deer ..m. Low ol '.21 '.m. and tilt ".m.1 I IPrlday141910 Men's Beter
: outboard motor industry, are not sufficient ot 1:50: pm low H 7:II
SKI BARGE enthusiast were chuckling over the story of to reduce a deer population." m. anal 1 p m.SaturdayNIyh0.0' I
: the storm which come upon Lake Michigan at the Chicago In 1955 Eglin's deer population was officially! estimated to p m. Low .. lass '.m 52a7.a.and 741 and pmlundiy i'.40' DRESS

.i! Boat Show and was so rough no boat ventured out, except number" about 5,000. Presently It la approximately 13,000. p m. Low-High ol I 41 ol om 120. o and.m. 114 ono) pm lilt I Ladies
the SKI BARGE 20. One 23-foot Deep "V" boat started 'Good conservation which calls for wise use of our nat-
out but turned wound, leaving the SKI BARGE to scamper ural resources, makes It necessary to harvest this excess deer '
full bore Into the waves When the SKI BARGE sales manager population on a limited hauls by the antlerless deer hunting SPORTSMANSrDIGEST HEELS
,'j saw his boat was all alone In the storm, he took the opportunity method, said Jeter I
: .to pass out SKI BARGE literature to everyone Insight Gainesville Exchange Club Schedules New Year Fishing Trip I :!
The Gainesville Exchange Club Is offering Its members something ,
: Paul Prunty WEST BEND'S Florida Outboard Motor Rep new In the way of fishing competition It has held I AVOID A TWISTED Mossy Sllo Styles x'99 to
and ,
.. resentative did so well, this pant year he has been elevatedto fishing contests In bodies of fresh water such| an Lake Kerr f 4'i
West Bend'l national office In Hartford, Wisconsin. His and Lake Red Water But for New Year's weekend the club I SPINNING LINE

successor, Mel Jacobs, will take over the Florida territory has voted itself a salt water fishing trip. The" details are not r' r :: $499 to $1199 $1799
I : this Month, set yet but It appears that the area will be the Suwannee- '.
: The Caccl-Craft Boat Company's TRI.HUNTER. on a Shired Island.Horseshoe Beach area which has had such ter Many
K Gainesville dealer's display area fresh from the Jacksonville rifle trout action recently, By this time both trout and red- q d $tyl..6r
:: show; looked so much Uk. Die Boston Whaler, another Gainesville fish should be large and plentiful In East Pan and In the A Sizes
\ dealer came over to look at It! creeks" between Suwannee and Horseshoe Chris Anderson of TWISTED JP.;
j Artlong the boats which have a Gainesville following CHRIS' RESTAURANT: Fannin Springs, has offered to weigh Ill N PINNHS USUALLY utae wi.. .0 .
TIIUNDCRBIRD LONE STAR, MONARK, WELL CRAFT, In ill fish caught by this or any other group ,during this 14 (I CAUSEDY wittaTO 1
I ,. TRAVELER HUNTeROBIA.'lJD: : SKI )BARGE had well-. holiday season. His place Is corvenltnly located for weighing fuuiu m A POSH ;t,
fish THAT M urlyLOIN.OR .
: boat exhibits on the return trip to Gainesville.
received( TAI a7 Collegiate Sailing FISHIVC RESULTS AMI MSULT '/" TVIM* LOSS

i Florida Presbyterian College of St Petersburg stole a march Mosquito Lagoon TO AND moos Rail-INa IMMOVAPLI A6AINST O J CT OOWVEH r l
':I on u the) University ol Florida and other collegiate sailing teams deorge: Sthlra has reported the following catches from CRANK m rr yseVr'MDVS
I :J when It received a gift of 30 slllng prams. The donor was ALLEMIURST FISHING CAMP on Mosquito Lagoon south FISH TOWARD YOU LIT MR.*
.,i the St. Petersburg Optimist Club which has been at the of New Sm>'rna. From Jack.onvUle-Mr. and Mrs. H Reeves SCANS PAY LINE (AND *>>me. OPEN
:I' forefront of sailing activity on Florida'i West Coast.At 37 speckled trout averaging 3 pounds from sores PINCH on epoou tip
..( last week's Working Conference of the Florida Association Mrs Jack Conner, Jimmy Conner, and Eddie 0'Cain, 22 trout WHIN PISS RUNS. Mon. Sot. so:1 ; 4TfZRJ
:; for Health. Physical Education, and Recreation In and an S-pound reddish and Clifford Wolf 7 trout and 2 I
:+ Clearwater Miss Felicia West showed movies of the sailing reddish weighing 14 and 2ltk pounds; from Daytona Beach WIVIL PLASTC_V*-J TO f 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;
... classes which she teach at Miami's Dade County Junior Dr. A. Jensen, S reddish from ( to' 9 pounds and 35 trout raw' MODIBH***Lasses coons ROD Sun.. Jen. 1 13 & 20

: College. This Is another Indication of the popularity of tail up to 4 pounds: from Edgewater-Jimmy Graham 2V trout, LINE TwS&T. IP ONE POeS use 12 Noon to 7 P.M. US! CINTRAL CHARGI AND LAY-AWAY:
ing among Florida's outdoor sporU and of the trend to In- a 17-Vpound; redfish and four others weighing 10, 11, 114, A PLASTIC KEEL, t PROM UIRI.Ae Coon Man lhr.. Sot ...... 'til 9 .... -
: clucty boating activities In the modern physical education and 12 pounds.Jacksonville'. LAST ptisoirr. ADD SNVIVIL. I 915 I N. MAIN ST. '" PASatoPpINo
curriculum Florida's boating traffic on Its 30.000 Famed Mr. and Mrs W, S. WaldrepIn four days .(IMP M TUr M TPJPM.IN6 soar) ctyM'

: lake and along Its tremendous salt water shoreline makes of fishing from LOPEZ CAMP on Mosquito Lagoon near Oak -. - -- .
: it a 'natural" and almost\ mandatory to teach boating skills\ Hill caught 223 trout averaging 2'4 to 3 pounds.The largest I
.. and water safety In Its educational program weighed I pounds!. I 65

: i December U Turkey Skool Chassahowltzksj Dodge Coronet
; The general public Is Invited to the Myra Terwllliger'sSchool's River
Experienced fishermen at the
mouth of the Chassahowitika
.a Annual PTA-aponoured Turkey Shoot from noun to I River
: p.m."on Saturday December 12. It will be held at the school have caught as high as 200 reddish to the boat Live
shrimp have been the best bait.HomoMsM.
+ grounds on Newberry Road near Interstate 75. PTA President -
:g ;Jack Durrance says each shooter will try to get the River
closest pellet\ to. bull's eye on a 3" i '" card using his Bill Hutchlnson of MACRAE'S DOCK at Homosassa has reported now..abjg full-size
: own [shotgun or one available\ at the Turkey Shoot Mo skillor catches as high as 100 redfish per boat. Jigs and beauty
= g305 la required. Each contestant will pay ft per card live shrimp have been the most successful baits ,
... and will have one chance out of 10 to win. On. turkey will .
: be awarded to the best ihot In each group of ten contestants Santa F. Lake
1 The proceeds will go to the Terwilliger fund for library Mrs Bobby Shipman, of SHIPMAN'S FISII CAMP, Earle-
J book' and playground equipment Herei a chance to haw ton has telephoned the following\ speckled perch catches:
.. a loM fun and win a ClulMtmaa. turkeyt'AaUtrtesi From Gainesville -Jim Sophia, 27; from Jacksonville Beach you can own for .'less than
: ; I Deer Hunt :, !Mr.:!.and Mrs. Frank Cloffl, 33; from Jacksonville-Oscar

A one-day antlerltn deer hunt till\ be cumluited on portions
of Eglln AIr' Fores Base on January 9. 1'KJ! according to
::. John; Brown regional manager Game and Fresh Water 1 Christmas BargainsUSED
Fish Commission, This special hunt. Intended to reduce I : the
deer herd that I Is. fast reaching maximum size for the land I cost of thosesocalledlow
... area Involved will be held on ranges previously cloned to.
': hunting : .
As for the method of selection of those eligible to partici 'I
pate; In the antltrless deer bunt, Walker Spence, forestry I I
branch 'chief at Eglln, has announced that there will be a .
drawing of five number from 1 to 99. This will establish I p.! :
a S per cent basis for tattling anUrleu deer hunting permits. I : \
Those hunters whose Eglln!: permit number ends in one of
the fire numbers drawn will be notified that they are ellgV BOATS :

Young Fisherman'sCHRISTMAS Cypress resort boot $35 I.t
Mooork 1 10'
SPECIAL Wooden Runabout with controls and steering $ISO "

Fitxrpkm Elgin 1963 Fishing Boor . .$160 -

J Nicely Equipped _Tackle Box USED MOTORS
Ctntalninoj' Hooks Sicken Lures ONLY
Worm. en J Many, many other etsswOT Elgin 1961 7"', H P $125
ittms of equipment In PLANO VY/ Elgin 1963 Ml H P. .$250USED
prattle Tackle Baa. i


REGULAR LOW to $1195 14' 1963 Trailer' $95
18' 1963
; Murray Trailer $295

.of. tonic* LM s9..d -
HEDDON NO. 5022 ROD 98 Mgnaih Akjnwtum Boon front
*...Uf Ut $T.,J i 0o To*.) V.lw sn.o$6 Hunter fibula' loot from :$|JS TNI, ifiht'A brand new '65 Dodge Coronet-loaded with h.j.ury-sf.uenu. less mod; .
Monrk sad Joeklon Cwwm fromVtnortlt
SIT than comparable ',
GET BOTH FOR of the low price three. Doubt it!
[ Ftorglou Ski Sorgo from .$T,$ check the fads and figures
ir Mono* Ml. . new Dodge at the
SMALL OIPOSIT Will LAYAWAY 505 CHRISTMAS Frank Philpott's Sport .Center new lower price ,

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N.ahl 5.ra., Moors. ..d M.h loon, BOYS
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Two JVniw Go To Work In Factory.. You Could Hear The Elbows Hit II EARL C. MAY rand : '

\, By PHIL BROWN' "ft hear an elbow hitting his'to start work It was Just like-glass windows Mother Genevieve The two nuns, both school I,said 'But, after a while, they' ", ,, .1
EAST LANSING, Mich, (AP *," said Sister Jean Lav bomb," Sister Jean asked I I teachers, 'I : : JACK C MAY \ ;
dropping a company owner began putting together seemed to get med! to us When ,. "
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Some habits bad to I ce of East Lansing Lawrence recalled. Rudy Nobis if she could send four windows, two 18bySteetand ever one of them would have a I pr '. '
clanged In more ways thar She and Sister Janina of De- Their going to the Nobij Decorating two nuns to work as appren two 15-by-J feet, for the new minor injury,we usually got the Assurance The Equitable Life
oie went-to when work two In a Michigan factory nun roit also told, in an Interview Co plant In North Canton tices. Maria Hall for lick and aged job of patching It up, since we of the U.it...S.t.Society. "
were the only women in the
Wednesday, how they had to Ohio, this summer was the! "Sure,' any time," Nobis nuns at Adrian. shop," Ham OrHc*,Ntw Perk, ,\
ftr l Instance: "The first daj nodify! the large sleeves on the N.Y. ,- :rj
we were there something went abits they wore and take some I I idea of Mother Cenevleve, su,laughed. "The men were a little upset When they left the factory Phone FR 2-3576 ,o,1t"" '
wrong on a job, and one of thr xtra material out of the skirtsor I perlor at the Dominican moth-' "They had not really expectedus by having women invade their their fellow workers gave thema
men let loose with a loud and safety and convenience erhouse in Adrian i ," said Sister Jean Lawrence]private domain, especially, going away gift of a box of Sun Want Ads Get Results
'candid comment. You could alI "When we arrived at the plant i I The company. makes colored.But they put us,to work" u_nuns," Sister Jean ,Lawrence candy __
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Welcome Yule 5pOt..J;: : : ; '' A
Gift In Alaska I } A Good OU 'd'- fOR OENRCONVENIENCE II!

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska AP) i.

f[to One fit hundred under a Christmas logs art too tree bulky but)! ...-....... ......... WE GIFT

i they fit around one Just fine. )
That Is what Fairbanks folks); rG'lRAMA

l [ are giving the Chuck Garrett I i -c := GIFf ITS OURPLEASURE

family for Christmas a tog I: :;: TO

tree.The cabin to house their Christmas Ii 1 10 easy, INOi.. WRAP YOURPURCHASE II'411 II Electric

Garretta and their four i BEAUTY. OVEN

; children Joel all their posses : ,...... SPECIAL TOASTER

sions when fire destroyed their,j! U _iIaJ HOLIDAY 4 slices of bread toasted al.ctne.

home two weeks ago. II If.... Lr : WRAPPING FORCHRISTMAS ally l ilt 90 secemls. Grill broil..te.Z .

The "Clv, a Log" drive is I cooking, levels. One

being of co-ordinated Alaska students.by University Eighty'I year guarantee l 399

logs at SJ.to tact, have been i! *" *

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The Highland Court Manor'i 1028 N. MAIN-GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER. /

Improvement Assn will hold :y J McCOLLUM. 1124 W. UNIVERSITY & 1324 E. UNIVERSITY

1 its annual budget meeting Tuesday y GRESHAM 12 W. UNIVERSITY 13TH PHARMACY 1522 N.W. 13TH ST. x Mob M ISIS 5.d) fjlomorouiChrltlmot

: In yew Komol) StutdV,
at the clubhouse 1001 ME
28th Ave, at I p.m. :Y 1: My Won.hod) lumlnum tr *lCkokd

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in the subdivision is askea II /

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looiod" ooord bids will II Parka bo rocolvod sold. HIHorluMomorloll by thoFlorWO .r m i..,. 1 .,....., boolor .i..- outtor. Snoot for 10 mmuloi.Go 5 I '=-!
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aloud OHiollcly Tho Ownor nurvoi tn. =
right to occopt or roloct *ny orbloo all 799
and 10 walv..ny Infermollty ondlo Lorgebonnet with perfumer. Power
KtoBt tho old In tho ., Intoroiof manicure with all attachment polUh
tho tto of Florldo .. J "
old Wall bo occompMlod I"W blguoronlM dryer,pin Iroy minor, l'
of not lou Hiori eorccn = COLOR WHEEL P
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which 5h.1C. I comiM or =: ;
eothioro chock modo pybi' to fho Own .. WRIST IVATCH SALE THOUSANDS SOLD AT t
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DEAR ABBY: For two years I wu a widow with five gets soaked. If you were "good enough" to be Invited to iFXYLNE5Tt7 > SAM *klWASVOTHn; ] \ tNTERTAIMMlMTISCVERWECOMESTDTH'ICA
I children under 12. Then I married a man who claimed lie the shower It seems to me that unless the wedding was BEA HUNDREQ ?iAN D/AALTHOUGHIT/U-/. RIMFIUALE./TH'AAARWAOI.rrsELF./"
loved me very much, but he acts like he bas someone on United only te family and a few very close friends, you .W YIO'LL.7.T.x NEVER SEER 49-DOLLAR' RlbU Lp ,
the side. H. wai married before, and told me hi divorced ahould have been "good enough" for the wedding. cn EllA DfINS\OSPATCH,r' +
his wife because she was 10 cold. Believe me, he can'tuse I i4GINt7 ''
that excuse about me. He has the kind of job that he DEAR ABBY: With all the modern packaging, why Is
can leave any time. He seems to have ao many unsched- it that when a person buys a pound of brown sugar it hat
uled and late business appointments that I am auspicious. to be repackaged Immediately after it has been openedor
I I've' never found any proof, like lipstick on his clothe. or the next time you want to use It you'll have a block of :JI
telephone numbers In his pockets, but rye got a feeling brown "cement"
there's somebody else. Could it be my Imagination I am mad. I Just smashed my finger with a hammer
SUSPICIOUS trying to break up a block of brown sugar, I am sure the I
DEAR SUSPICIOUS: It most bet Any man who, after brown sugar package has not changed In 100 yean.
one unsuccessful marriage, tries It agate with a widow with Please print this, Abby. It might wake up the people who
five children (under 12 yet) has got to be mad about the package I It
I I DEAR KAYi This is not a household hints column, YE LOOK IS ENUFF TO TRY A LOS TH'WHOLE WHAT YE I
DEAR ABBY: This has happened to 'me twice already but If you transfer the brown sugar into an airtight jar,, E' PLUMB WORE TH' PATIENCE BLESSET DAY AN' MEAN }
f and I want to know the reason. I have been invited to and put a little wad of damp paper toweling In the jar, and 1oooo4CfJ A FRAZZLE, OFOOB.LOWEEZy- HOWLS TH'WHOLE
j have attended two bridal showers. Both were very very keep It In your refrigerator, you'll not have any problem. LUCYJANE J BLESSET NISHT-
nice, but I was not Invited to the main event-the wed- .
j ding. Is this proper etiquette? Or la it just plain Ignor. e
ance? I know some other ladies who have received the DEAR ABBY: There's a television program for kids with '1 1W
same treatment. Both these brides had big church weddings a talking goldfish who gives advice. He Is sort of the A
1 and receptions following but some of us who were DEAR ABBY of television but, of course, they don't call 'L t
Invited to showers were not good enough for the main him that. Why do you suppose anyone would write to I :;Jrn
event. Sign me- NOT GOOD ENOUGH goldfish for advice
DEAR NOT: Some "showers" lately have degenerated ROBB ROSS :
, Into a big "collection" In which nobody seems to care who DEAR ROBB: I'll bite. 12.10wbE

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Thursday Evening stork. battle against Prohibition ISO O Farm and Home
1:00: O Mike Douglas 1:30 O l Q) Danny Thomas racketeers. But before he 7:00 O ID Today -'\ EASY I' FINDING-- 'iv UFd ,.* I WHATYiDU VOU GOT SHOW TO
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1:11 O NewscepeO (Special) (Color) commits himself, Tom O Local News, Weather DID JUNE TELL VOU' WEUE SOMEONE TO COIN HERE. GONNA DO TONIGHT HELP/,3'M
World ClvllhatloaI.U Danny's guests Include decides to cross the bor- 7:01 O Ranger Ilal ,GONNA GET MARRIED... REPLACE YOU ER
: 09! News, Weather, Eddie Fisher, Jimmy 1 der Into Mexico to see 7:50 O Local News, ,. ... SHOW TMORROW NIGHTf f ,
Sports Durante and Joey Bishop. what the other side has S.OO: O Captain Kangaroo YOU GOTTA. FIND YOURSELF .,
I.M: Q News, Sports, to offer. Cast Includes 1:00 0 Divorce Court y ANOTHER NURSE/
Weather "Dr. Kildare" will not Ralph Meeker, John Gavin O Bachelor Father
O Sunshine Almanac be seen tonight. I Linda Lawson, Perry CD (Color) Romper Room 1oooo4
':IS 0 News Highlights 0 ClrcueDecnmeatary- Lopez, Vince Gardenia I 1:30 O Jack Benny I
':30 O ID News I Rafael Campos and Rich CD Jack La Lanne >< t I 4 i
O News Other circus animals ard Sinatra. 10:00: 0 Make Room for
," O Junior College: the bulls (circus Jarg o n O Defenders DaddyO
I Spanish for elephants), bears "Whitewash. City councilman News
7.M O Rifleman and chimpanzee. Juan "Spa n Ish CD Cameras Please
I O Movie 1.00: O Password John" Espejo has been 10.30 O CD (Color)
C "The Invisible Boy." Actress Rita Moreno and indicted for extort I n g What's This Song -- WHAT P.neRDNPIZZA ---
((1951)) A 10 year old boy singer Paul Anka mat e h money from a contractor. O Love Lucy I Oro VDU AND OAALIC SALAMI / I IIIIIIIIt VOU LL.ARENT GOING III t WOULD, BUT
I Is able to fly and became wits and words tonight Espejo claims, the accusation 10.SS O ID News .W. rwJtt WITH HORswADISH ..TO Ki55 ME WEARING IM, NOT(*'/
.-,, Invisible with the aid off O Drama Festival la a maneuver designed 11:90 0 CD Concentration A DID MrrOr x rDrRFUL HAV. } HEI.LO! r FIREPROOOLIPSTIG I
f a robot. Richard E y e r "The First Gentlem an." to discredit Puerto a Andy Griffith Ly wNCrt TovAVr /(
Philip Abbott. (Two) When madness removed Ricans In political life. 11:31 O CO (Color) Jeopardy
I J hours) George III from the Guest cast Includes R1 I. O McCoys A
O What's New throne, his son served as cardo Montalban,, Lonn 1 12:00 O Love of Life o r rI ri
Children the Regent. Jack Gwllllm Chapman, Michael Gazzo O CD (Color) Say When!
f "ABC's of Coin Collect- Gerald Cross, Viola Lyel, Alan Bunce, Walla c e lZZS O News -
Ing" are explained by John Wood. Rooney and Cal Bellini. 12:30 O Search for Tomorrow = t&\
Roger Andersen. 1:30 O 02 Hazel 11:0000 News,Weather O CD (Color) Truthor f
DVoyage (Color) Sports Consequences I
"No Way Out." The Sea- "Better to Have Loved view, anchored off t the and Lost." She's try Ing Sports 12J5 O CD News ire
Java Coast, la awaiting avery to be helpful, but In the 11:25 O Movie 1:00 O Midday Il I _
I Important passenger process Hazel Involves 'The Paradise Case." O News
Anton Koslow, a defector newlyweds Harry and Rita ((1947)) Alfred Hitchcock CD T.V. Bingo ONFIMNnAlU5lUHAVtWE ; ( HO MV FAITHFUL
lij to the West who Noll in their first directed this 1:15 0 Focus 2 I !
ar courtroom AN0. M15S iKNEIt AFTER SATISFYING !... OH1!... I'M LADOIl MAtUREN,
I ft has Information on the gument. Guest cast Includes drama about a beautlf ul 1:30 O As the Worl4 Turns .LEASE atAKC SURL TH[ MY CONTRARWL wONTRACTUAL=. 'tOHHIl ASS OATMEAL GIRL"-'..|IF
Red spy network. Karen Steele and woman who is accused of O Science CHEF LKES"BONNIE LASS"N/ OI UGATION FoR WU HAPPEN TO SIINTWHTCB. rM
: 7:30: O D.nlelBoonl Carol Byron. murdering her husband, CD Let's Make A Deal OATMEAL MISS iHNER'SaENEFRI ...! HISS MAcLAW4't iASCINAT
"Pompey." In Salem O Baileys Balboa a titled Englishman. Gregory 1:55 CD News ,3
Daniel notices that a re- Times are tough for an Peck, Ann Todd, Val- 2.00 0 CD Loretta Young ,
ward Is being offered for old l acquaintance of II, Charles Laughton: (9Q O Peiiword
the return of a runaway Buck's who Is a skilled min.) 1:3tO, House Party
f slave named Pompey, but worker least with 11:30 O 00 Johnny Carson O IB Doctors I
k he pays little attention dice and he asks his (Color) I:" 0 CD Another WortHrd
;, until he discovers that friends to get him a Job Scheduled guests Includethe Te Tell The Truth

t, \ some of his new blacksmith working for Sam. Guest Lettermen vocal I 3.25 O News *=i u, _. -.. -
\ tools have been sto cast Includes Larry quartet.FRIDAY 1:30 O (Color) You Don't Say
len.O. Storch and Wallace En- CO Fopeye's Pals '
Open Mind.- gelhardt Morning and Afternoon O Edge II Night
Dincuaeioe"Urban 11:010 ID Suspense Theatre 1:00 O Sunshine Almanac 4:00I.klt! Game AM ORDie7CALLPOA wooLDN'r WR/Rwa ie T1bzeol 711A7MabOIND I ANn D TIV('' cups caVIEt AL0NO IH tilt COUM-T
renewal: Bonanza (Color) ':15 O Sunshine Almanac a Secret Storm ,' wco ooes ecru. N AI AIO ncot.. Aussr OGNEe/L oN woo DvxNo:WXuev7zAvsa ms oa! sur av a a evUN AIR i *? imt /IN fLogip..
or Bust "Threepersons." A Texas O Humanities C41 CD Peter Potamns MCA no errsavsciei AIR. T0. DeCe vi THL j ,low wa00NNA JU0TLOADAN'SNUT
I.M; ID Bewitched lawman wants Tom ':%5 09 Living WordsIMU 4:25 (O News Zz I I I 1' .0 aUAAl1-ANo 7O AN svcH r Terfcor.WcovoesI ., cAnoe n&cTuN. EXPLAIN 700 IF OOMa YPf SOMA wevooes
After seeing Samantha go Threepersons, a Cherokee World Civilization 1:31 O Leave II to BeaverOBestofGrouche HOTTER R.+I ar CONnIO4JMM rr Hsee.' OPCOoOGN vows'As.nur
av5N know Aes
Into an obstetrician's of- Indian with a repu- (D CG.pel\lu.le! THAN TNK.. "ti., 00100 TO oar NAMC /
fice, Tale tells Darrln to tation as a fighter to 1:11 O Pallor's Study CO !Movie -<
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WASHINGTON Several ten out of the clutches of I checked out in the middle "What does FINK want from I xZS
years ago I happened to write FINK, but It turns out I was of the night and went to a motel me?" I shouted. "1'11 giveyou I sS
about mysterious organizationcalled wrong FINK Is everywhereOn on the outskirts of town, thinking money," I'll give you state IU
FINK. Similar In many a recent lecture trip to the I had outwitted them. But I secrets I'U give you anything,
ways to SMERSH and UNCLE, West Coast 1 was fast asleepon was a fool. FINK had placed asports it you'll just let me sleep."
though" much more sophisticated the plane when a FINK car driver right outside She denied she worked for
and ruthless FINK has only hostess woke me up and asked my window who had orders to FINK and stink to her story I d'w
one purpose and that Is to pre- me whether I would like a race his engine all night long. that her waking me up was an S
vent someone from getting any cocktail I I Weary and frightened, I went. accident

sleep I thought It might have Just lo Los Angeles and sought refuge Seven sleepless nights later I I
At the time I revealed that been a coincidence, but when" 1got In a very fancy Beverly I got back to Washington and the .... __
several FINK agents were following to Salt Lake City I r.allied Hills hotel. But FINK had arunged .1 rif w.AT"a WfOM WTTM waSHul ;;
safety of my OWl home. KMT wANT TO T COM* ONM PALLy..A can MC suijp Boa Uaa R w woLLy r0nl
me around Europe. As FINK was onto. me. Some- with the managers to renovate After kissing! the children and eo MATH uA WAU.V:HIV 5IP>.,Mt LL .A** THCVU Holy US AS YI: 'AL0 Ma TILL luO COPS R wA, CRAZy.XO aC.OA
soon as 1 checked into a hotel, how they had gotten a copy of all the rooms on my floor i' TtIRNeO LrrKI.N 1 HAVa IONt UflONBia A5 9MIV 21 o is-ccei'r aT ALUrA
one of them got the room above my itinerary, had purchasedthe Ju.it as I was dosing off. eating a late supper', I headed I' WHO KILLED I INM;
straight for bed. But at o'-
me, ripped up the carpet, and land across the street from I finally got out of town and one
started dropping his shoes on my hotel I. and Just as I arrived\ went to Houston and clock In the morning I felt a
the floor. Another FINK egoistS they started putting up a new I registered gentle tugging Ga my arm. AsI ,
I checked Into the room next to building. under a false: name at a i I I woke up my wife said "J
sound-proofed airport hotel ] think I hear somebody downstairs.
me and coughed night long
Moving on to San Francisco "
I 'i while two other agents, .pretending ,dropped oai the bed and Immtd- I .
discovered that four FINK
to be man and wife, I lately went to slurp. But !not for Suddenly it dawned en me-
: started I fight In the room on agents disguised as gas company long. A FINK chambermaid the moat frightening Hung of a
: the other side at three o'clock employees had been sent to. came Into the room and wokeme FINK had somehow gotten
in the morning. | dig up the street with pneumatIc up. "I'm sorry," she sad. my wife and she. was lOW .. &oj
I thought when I moved back drills Just below my tale: dkttit know there was any-j Ing for them. I knew I
to the United States I had got room. dy at the room." I doomed.

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Thursday' OectniMr, Ibo4 Gainesville Sun 27_ ft
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APE KENNEDY Fl/ (APIBfhe I The Titan 3A, intended to play 'Pardon Board Refuses 4, Delays Holzapfel 1 II !

Air Force plann J anoth-la key role in manneij and un .I.
H ittempt today to larch them manned
military space missions --- TALLAHASSEE (APThe'I positive atliiin by the board to Stale Comptroller Ray Green granted to allow Holzapfel's
In orbital 3A military test flight spa* rocket Into ,orbit was to hurl its third stage ; (State Pardon Board has refused'I:restore them. questioned whether the board lawyer to appeal a new legal ,

be shot was post ned two platform The as a platform flying launch then \ : : ... I 110 commute the death sentences i Gov. Farris Bryant and AgrI--should decline to withhold civil I point to the Slate Supreme
culture Commissioner Doyle .
[ks radio ago because telemetr/system.f troublesBfca was to kick a dummy satellite . (lot tsar men to life Imprison- Conner viewed the restorationof rightstraditionally the rights'CourtHolzapfcI's plea, supported by
into a orbit \ ,
|metal, but it delayed a decision civil rights as an act of to vote and hold office to a
:. Uw who sentenced him to
: ,; judge
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( ii : the plea of Floyd them ,former felon simply for
,_ on mercy mercy and the loss of as poor the electric chair, was based
;\, : Holzapfel, one of the confessed I II part of the penalty a criminal conduct I:mainly on the fact that re alone
; killers of Circuit Judge C. E.,pays for breaking the law The board delayed action on'was sentenced to death of three
? and his wife
HY PAY MORE 1 Chillingworth the mercy plea of Holzapfel men involved In the ISM murder
The board also wan split on' Hale SpeaksIn who asked to have his death II' of West Palm Beach Judge
W the question of restoring civil I' sentence Commuted to life Iniriaonment Chillingworth and Mrs. Chilling
rights to persons who lost them I I New Orleans > The delay was worth.'
by being convicted of serious| I -- -
NEW ORLEANS -Dr Lester -
L. Hale, dean of studentsat
fl.. Secretary of State Tom the University of Florida
Ulams said the board should peaks here May at a con-
have tome policy for granting vention'of the Southern College
ERYDAYH \1 or withholding the restoration ol Placement Association FREE

'!I civil rights. A person automati Also on the program from SERVICE
cally loses his political rights CSahiesvllle, Fla Is Jerry D.
W SELL PAINT. upon conviction and it taken a FullsMOKS ON PURCHASE MADE AT
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IAR6ISTAL Limit 0.. With $5.00 Or er or MNCSOOT ......* A> ..,. '"- pit ........... Inck.a /.ow 1.hws .... ... 4.. ....... "..., IiMf St--
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, 28 GolnwilU.Sun Thursday,.December. 10, 1964 ..

Presbyterian Choir to Sing

,l SUBURBIA' I Dublin Version of 'Messiah9

I Part One of George Frederick with Christ's early life on ANNOUNCIMINTS HAVE

THEIR JUSTICE THE ACTION Ir Handel's dramatic oratorio,: earth. In this most familiar of IM -maya

r WAS THE ARROWIYou've .'C1 THE THRILLS I"Messiah," will be presented the Baroque choral works( passage 1 MA N llunM THESE
'"01 a POWW ANY\OF\ tr '
Sunday evening by the Choir of II ) from Isaiah, from the ml- p
THE SPILLS 4 Pononollnd ...._ _
,N | the First Presbyterian Church, nor prophets, and from the 5 ",..., IMomwtltp
r, under the direction of Will 1. Gospels of Matthew and Luke I tpoclol, NotkwS THINGS TO SELL?
I, I Bodine, Director of Music. are set In successive musical 7 PMbM.
WDVWXR I The presentation will be the groups of recitative, air, and amy SltMn/ CUM Car.P BrirA
I PIOCM 0. An* They'll You Extra Cash
, first Gainesville hearing of the chorus. TIll... T. lit

: 1742 Dublin version, with Baroque Part Two of "Messiah," dealIng .

I, chamber orchestra and with the Passion Resurrection .

I harpsichord. Orchestral parts and Ascension, will be AUTOMOTIVIMAirplont R\gs\ I.
and performing scores hit e presented In the First Presby- loUo-aoiitM tom.
been prepared and revised after terian Church during the 1965 71 Trocko .lor MTrwo t",, Guns .. .

examination of the "Messiah"facsimile Easter season, and Part Three, 11 N T,......Wontao 4 Track) Rout* Toils
manuscript In the 1- the Thanksgiving for the Victory I it Trollor ...,tIt
brary of the University of Flor over Death, will follow on M Motorcyclot 4 Ic.o*. Books 'u I,1+61 A

2IcoLOn Ida.Soloists for the oratorio will Whitsunday, June 6. M "AulOrnobllot'-I. HopolriM fit 'ant.N .. Ten! ,i\\
The cordially )
general public
ni.w 'include Nancy Royster, S a rah ForolBit' 4 Iporti Con l
Invited to share In this observance W AutO ,
stir WMItO Book! .
/ 1IIININYe..wnw Messer, and Joan Sloan, sopranos of the Christmas season v* ,

... MSIMw. ; Dorothy Ward and Seth Ann TTip service will begin at '. : Plant} "y 1:
.w 511001 i Johnson, mezzo sopranos; 7:30: p.m. in the sanctuary of IDUCATIONAL

rarer 'Wright, tenor; Marshall Thom. the church, 300 SW Second Ave 11 tctmit 4 InttrvctMIt Piano
as, baritone; and Charles Rich Mule, ConelntW ,
bass. Members of the Unlver nue. W.nt.d-tmtrvdbe .. Stoves\ 601

Heard About Them sity Symphony Orchestra a nd. EMPLOYMENT 4 ,

I Gainesville townspeople wll Greek Orthodox II *.... Mint. Wonto .:a Radios' fy uttVU&

t Now_ S.., i' form the orchestra, with Nina M Wilo Help WonMtfIt
Hear and Uipkiewicz harpsichord, aDd Hold] ServiceA Hoip-Moio .r "..... Skates irons In knltttd .'', tn'l U..
knitting wonted for ttinn JH Inch
Enjoy Their Patricia Mitchell, organ. 14 ItlM H.Ip Wonwg Trunks purl ." 1..... with knob-rtlch d o-
i't I 14 Work WwtH ronwJl. ilgn.Combln' .
"Messiah" deals
Talents! Part One of special Greek Orthodox r
U work Wonto
t CHUCK g t;' ... 5 with the Old Testament prophecy Church service will be held in Jewelry color *or(roupt knit tack of I tin ihftl* I in of.
",. of the coming of the Redeemer the Center color. Part
Episcopal University dllloront n Ni| alrof
& .:. .F't
...-4" with the Nativity, and 1522 W. University Ave., FARMS fr LIVESTOCK BicyclesTV tlonu color ochomoi.
JEANNE r; .. .... I Saturday at 9:30: aim M Form SoulpmontV Thirty' .. ere onto In calve. for
1# j Sets Itili p tl n> Md II CMI for
Pianistand "'" : >Afpti Rev. Paul Apostalokas of St. Poo* ft PortlllnrM tick poitorn for lit CI... ",'11.
.H{ .* ... .
\.. .. Llvootock Si SupollwLomnuplni Ing and .111I nonOIIng tond M
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r: John the Divine Church In ClothingCameras L. Wheeler Colnoivlllo |u n
II .
VocalistDir.etPo..t To* MN t ..' ,
yjr*> P Mloerirl' Dept o. Bo< lol
Jacksonville the
will conduct PoK 4 luppllNH Old Oioitt Itollon Pro Y.r kIt
,/ { including N Y. Print plilnly" PATT**
... ... rt, fW special Christmas service Llvttlodc WinedFINANCIAL i NUMH ADDISIi and ZONS.
.. .' Jl holy communion and .
i APPEARING NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M. ....... divine liturgy. ; Antiques "Ort NEW t.om."'0". t65l So kilt WO coma dnlgni thin-
207NII'IItA..21. NW1:Jttl./ AIM Octlt ovorl I PI.. 1 PRE I ......,n.. Ire.lrold.ry .
STARTING TOMORROW AT Furniture oolio" cioihot. lent Xconto
luilnow Opwr1iMlll" ,
I for new Nooditcroft Cat.l.p.vALUEI
THRU 17 Monty t* Linn
E.7 Money Wine PATTERNS M dolwo now Ou115mod
for ooglnnon, oxptrrt sets i
OeIvI IN Tniereu fhlt*! .MlIIIo..tIIIlIIDIIIIIII..blrlM. Diamonds M c..1t nowl'
Jl Lamplighter LoungeSrV.f" i
faONwrl.Ir LAST/ .t1'-Fe''II11 .tdlwdntnidioi.' : Fish Poles I"

North Main at N.W. 10th Avt. Flnt 7:00.10110 Aro Ryu MELINA PERKINS ANTHONT4EBOOUM 41 41 Modilnory Wined I* 4 Suy Tool. Used Cars Sun

: '" Cocktail Hour Every Evening S to 7 p.m. 41 Suildln Molorlol I
.. trAP( too. i.oo.EALLQNE .
.. .MJOHN M HouMhol ... Auto TiresAquariums
... Two Drinks For the Price of One \ 5.00.7:15. Want Ads
I For Reservations Call 378-1(35 / FORSYTHI E ':%5 ol Amiouot u "'
evi I Party MARGRET VIES 41 MIte PW Sol.* ;: Get Results]
ww 47 Trodlng Pint "
*t Puol Oil 4 WMOI 'u: Row Boats
71 Io t. Morln .qul ,
\ 24 Fen Hit I 15 n camp. Hunt Plod Golf Clubs
."....... ........ ........ .................... ............. ........ ...... JAMES DARKEN: n Oftlct SqulpmontHMwIcol Announcements
i U. .FOR THOSE WHO MtrcluMlN TypewritersMotorcycles

i '= Rock has Doris- ;::: THINK YOUNG
"re Just where she wants .! llj lljtill STARTS FRIDAY RIAL ESTATE fOR SALE
a MoOllo lanai fit Ml''a LADIES GOLD Hamtdon w r n Iw
CONNIE FRANCIS: .. ,ici win ttrotch Mind, In vbclnlry
U Loll fit Sol
I:: "Looking for Lov of Woolwornvt OrothonPrug
1:1: MWotortront Prey Nora. .w.nl. M 7-NS.
trill sell it 'faitetitan
31 HOUMO fit Sol
-------- LOST lint on* Whit Cockrrtpinlol
II j :MColtogot fit Isle Rmord. Clll F* .....
1 ...1 ",.. I P M.POUND '
I' W h.ll.t.l. bound
t I I Ii J :;' !! RENT -A- TV 91 Root Ittot Wonto theGAINESVILLE brawn -Torritr SMALL NW molo nctlon.block Hncoiior *!
Jl Out ol Town Proptrty but no togo. Ownor pl...*
41 bun... Proportloi .II!' :71.00.7.

1\ TECH TELEVISION I Coil FR 2.0433 41 41 RnWonllol Pormi 4 Ac.1 Incorn.... \ SUN] 4 PERSONALIZED* .. ........., Individually SIRVICtIPENCE _
\ Wrt l'l'i 41 Colorod Proporty kiN llgnotf tor o moro alomoraul' tic
gook uro Oil your ". coniultonl.
-- -,-- WANT ADSCALL Ann nlnq.Zlmmormon VtJVI ov.-

Starts Tomorrow GAINESVILLE 4H ColorooProporty ReM Almond, DIM! Control C...
M ColllII'. fit Mont 1.1.10N.ntlN tonorvout
t In .::lp1. l' ::1 I 44 Unrurnlihoo. ) Apt.. lie. Itoto ot Flo. 371 root
3iND NOfLVYCRS" II N'aplul II. HOUM fit Rom UnHim.Roomo ...oS on Ivd.N
11 ) M8 378.1411 All work WoremndPrrn
N fit Ron U.. Ihannt 11 '" W
:1' .4Jdr.-: N Mobil Homo. 14 .. Unl.Op.n A.MgMe.. by ..opt.tem. .37511" I

1 .tM w HAl MARCH PAUL IYNDE EDWARD ANDREWS iil, II MIM.Wonlotf RorrloUHA T. Rest _h ., .".,.,..# a'r.'''',...'''a...;f.\f,4 ,;;.ir ., ,.1L" .,l"c" .J

i PATRICIA BARRY"CLINT WALKER-IeIt ill I and hi11.a Tonga, n U Otllco SoonMro. Oink wined.....*

1 ::i Lt...W W J\J\llltPS'lUI.\ [ ........ hW NORIWI WISCH III ClRROl MOOR t and wonderful N Sullnou' ...1.1.
g law M NORMAN 1WISON adwe W HNtY! KEUEt._._Wa15 MIOER 11'11't I I 0
quail ltua
!! .IUIr/RSIl T
I t :: I 1 SERVICE: This I Veek'vrniruwiMrn
\ Enjoy the Instant Fun at
g .. a Ipoclil Sorakoo

) ii I It20, JIll, 5:22: 7:23, 9:29 II n 14 Homo Rodio 4 Improvoitionti TV tonic, d

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t On Screen "TARZAN" On Stag "UNCLE BILL" Thtafrf TOMORROW ii pg

Get Your FREE Ticket At Penney'i WANT-AD RATESPH.
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whole family enjoys.,. Point 4LINES

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Who should know bettor......Snu? 12 point
Hell tall that tie ChrUrnvM
prIneoJy gift
you Son
M S M"oo Minor*.TTM
II a nwor| electric ipplianc-th 10
rnegnenimoulges,," that gives ploMur, !.
....In._,M comfort through 18 Point DAYS This Ipe 1 good on i

1 a every day of!lh*coming y..r...and byorxfl a-e..e-, Ppn
And what tn tnrf of electric m.rv.l $2.00 I
24 Point 'hove if.nt d is open i.
ewe ls your cttocolor I TVs,

e..yeL.nMq ovojm, dnhwcihtrt. frat,-,..* ,- N I Mm oroHN St. .1 r
rafngoxorort! ,w..her.dryer combo,
t. 1100 a0rn dtern..s i7ti.l
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ppTunoi dealer now for the log SwrprlM with 36 PI.

the rVmr ).flMW- ) the entire mllyt only, kit week j jI

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,*. --.. M ... N1we.r new weal p.di.l fi'
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TRAVEL INFORMATION E Baby :Sitttt% Child Car II FEMALE HELP WANTED II FEMALE HELP WANTED 12 Mel Help. Wanted] 19 Plane Tnclten -

\ u 1.y 12 M.l iI. Hems r... Jal.kuttl ". 12 Mobile Homoi For Soli 1! H...... for Sell

will tly your plena it Watt NID ONI IAIV I, ,,_ e. EXPERIENCED CURB GIRL KIT HIN Hn, WANT III. ..plw IAIEe WANTED ,IANO TIACHIR Member
tool. Approx. Dex. 17th. Phone F II 4-7JM N. eg. dlttereic. Apply to eeroM toMumpty 'InCMro.raM It alnivlUt Nuruni CALL AFTER e M P.M. Ovule, MuM. Teochorf Ann IKE III OIl a 1100lewS NORTHWEST GR IIUATIN" HUDoNf 0 IN N-
in*, anytime.It Damply Hooleurant.WANTED PMONIP017720 Will Hack boglnnen' or advahcodelvdonta psymalt ..... TRAILER SALES I*, mint loll 4 CR I'* eoitii
WOULD LIKE t* leap a $...n ot ony age. Studl 1.1115 MoklH' Home. with fHKed back "..d. Can .'iveImmedlote
Child in my homo ..... Coll porlncd. waltreI.M .... 4oa.ll4 ar 17..." Prank. H....... mi Wilde Rood N f.Al occupancy poymonti
SPECIAL NOTICES FR lop all "II. MERRY CHRISTMAS WANTEDIXPEIIINCED 4577 NW t3th St.MOIILE Point lane V..07111 are tt,.", tat tor equity' call'1

6-2820. l lrry's RnlaurentM ... ...... Al Harden Service,.llatlor. Slot, 21 UvotHck b uppl.i IKYLINWile' -S.. US TODAYtae -- 1-110. ar IM ., Mil Nl llth.PICf
LE W. Ur.lv. AsA I. awned wIHs, Ins amml Apply :: ::::;: Or.Ow15I.
WILL not be mpontlbl 1101.' ype .... arln1lt., III SI 4th st. 1 atNlp. I i deal Mal will tatlify you
I tor anyone who don not II FEMALE HELP WANTED Wanted lady It _ill MI* core terNtoot CHrl>tmat __ wrlta Avon,' 0"1'1.1 ps1mw NKNpey PaPV Lot 77 Amo? Rd, .... Sold live' you many origin' Chrlil.mmwii TaANFsesltdo. SACI1.
[hove t Merry Chrlitmei 4 all toby to enchango lot P O. Sass 01, Ounnvlllo. f 1.. 01 ATTENTION MEN! ..... 151 .. 14 yn contlntwul MoblllHome 1 BR. I baths, Pla. room
lads Nappy Nrw Year, tree room and beer*. Apply" 41Nltth call FR WWII.NIIDKO We hale epemna hw S ...... Opportunity 204110. 5111/110.0 4501 ISIADOsrl 0115 .. MrmIII. ally butineii hi North "."f.. fenced PHA finance Stl per ma
Prank Hrrnan ECRETARY A51t tor obove average dIl... HOMI FOR MALI IHiDotroltor. ):11 low dn pyml. 1231 Nl lltll PUFR
RECEPTIONIST 511110 5 "' ....... Com,,'". : MOBILE
I BUTTS MOBILE HOMES tor "Intl. large national" cor...,,_ II So I *R, front 4.4415.Anatat .
Ooctor'l JIHCO. Writ. atilt __ "tii _
4577 NW UIH St.IUGAR No. | (l Want,dWhit. TK.o la a permanent |lob H you .tIII. -" kit, email aoulty and taka aver
A. COelnnvll U N.1. H.I W....... arlglnal launder
beautllul Myrlck
I. NW ,_' Ph 3)1 .'.,. .
sun giving' pononel .,,. all 4145 natal 14 at lUll""' See Mr. Oaddv, ttM CALVES. 011 11554, 1I IasiCNlla ,0 ne ccwttructton In wfmberlylitotei.
CANE JUICE tlcetleni and Mlt, ( one* I tin. t dan *0.1.III.. lilt st. Wodnoodry avonlng 1 H) N 0.1" P5ma. I... Slat.1NN11 llth: St. at Ills u. Add dacorotoritouch
Mlery MCled.WAITRESS "he salary M cent par fl,. CilM TWO DIRECT SHOISALISMAN PM ar memlnao ta IS AM. $ '1.. IIN.MOIII I 441 No. ., city 1111115.Owl thl hom your by ctwoainayaur
M can mill I l% ml. Watt CALL "' ". IUII' ta *
kM botwoan t ft i P*. Cat WISP) I HOMES S AVI to 5M cater ichema now. Cell
M. FioKH PUI4. 13rd WANTED
P1,85. PR SIHo.OVERUSE HW Howerd J_'. Rnlaurint'jsvr SALISLAOV Itr Drapery Dwt PULL HOLIDAY OR INN.PART 4 H TIME 1 P M 0 POI PORTUNITV. I I-H.!* M.I.. w ..", .1..1.NnlllD ATTINT- CATTLEMEN 4PN N ... JIll It. CLOSED- IUNDAY5MACRIID Lloyd: Myrkk. builder VHOt.RECENTlV .

Apply" or"" Sam experience. _.... Mutt Itretctl Mr.55Iw5 ptNno, NNC J7t.1I11'HI OR SINOLE, lie..at repented t NR. CC*
:!Ifl ... Know how to flgur drapery yeargt AT ONCE P.II it limit" 5y m''.'In5 511015. .ltfl CPA grout Irellir S i M wnnir a a home. SlIP dn.. and) take aver
1N THE lor cvilom _II. Paid vocation EXPERIENCED tank wagon part limo /tall or _. 10 lint Tro Stood, CamS au"" ... ir.30> I ,.. Site, pay ".... S room talma Thli, outllt ItCimpul at Ml per rn* Incl.
I COCKTAIL WAITRESS retirement plan |... hot- talesman. Call 3723383. 5.151 w.lII"" cuitomen kl Section marl. 11111 5csolamkd _reo NproN1. far tee etiumo SMU mo. pey- COM. P L IT.LY PURNISltPD. 04.011110 all eewaraga ._..
RVICE DIRECTORY "..",..... atd Ills N Dr.nae p10vldtd. at aanoeviiit.. Old I... '11, manly Cm rUlt eltor S PM.VIRV ,.,..." Nwo 5.N 0.,11., 5.M ..wnt.. AMur t end an weak. end..
Over II Apply M ptrbM it Thirsty' Apply 1ft 55150151 011...,.. NIOHT ....Ie. SHIM "" _"'. coma. Na _'_'. Sot your PMX, Oalnewlllo, er Alachol 00501 .1.1.1145. ant yw 8505 sell for lead ..,,,.... all* NW llth St.
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Gator. 43 NW Ills St. lot w. Unlvertlly "... ago J5-45. Apply h> IKIMCW own houro writ C. R. RuWo.Copt. 111 NW INN St NICE shad II hoinotrailer Cults '""......-. 1 min, hots UY DIRECT FROM BUILDER. '
laitom oil Hilton AuciMia, 14'. rs-im 441-mn end down towni coil taOPPI.
0 S P o would line I* Mil inn 17H4HP BtHro I N PM prk* reduced n* commltolon. II
101115.TIACTOR tpb/s. TWO flIr.. P yean old' balhmorel wee. SIMS or will contidor roetonabl *, I kathi, kitchen 501laPM.PHA .
5ALISMANP555.555111 ...11.. Ono black and spa othK. PR "!">. MoIU-H'IM.-:1I1'-X-II'-: \ ar VA IIM Nl ISlh Tor.

50111100' .. Help WnteeJ bays SITS eacn Admlril, Motel Wil H>l PT tumltned trollor.elr Him awning, 4). I ,. ". Plot tit.chen Hugh Edwardl ...* ,,.,,".
cothMrol, eolllna. ovcaiiinIts '
FLORIDA MOTOII 11 IOU" co. Hawthorne "'.1019. _11_. _...., with H.a ...... 1..11. 1M faI. up 5555.A ARI YOU MOVING TO OCALAt
O"A .rAOtORAMt 501 a. MCs It. LINOTYPE _./. J o 5 r noy -1O.ti.L PONY II ceban' excellent _" .... pnrmaNIA fI' .1311 Se ,IItll' Nice hemp 'hi Ocaia Pla. S '",
-BUY man. ftood wagn tram grewinewftpopor '.. .roiI. for .11145,1 r tsnlt' $ --. ".011. PR lena aiters' PM. .. t both, aaar Jr. aollaea' we.mantery .
) : \. C. W. H...... 1110 1 151 435.
|leD aha* EKCOIIIContra '''' I AMERICAN A1 condition" J4' aTs athoalb ane theppini can.
115.. community. Can UMprinter 1.11151. 101e/. MAKLETTE M > S nwlHohomo tar On .Mrg ,Innchxeped let. Will
S lt.S Aet.LI MEN'S > BOY'S WEAR Immediate I IR. Mull ao. I" Roiiey t bMlroom. Sl" .. Coati frols lot 5451151 taml InOalnewllIC
ACROSS Z7.DIr Ml Nave m bnmodlott ppenlng' for operetor. openlngt. Trailer Court 1MI SW ROIS or y
Pinehurit Triilor fa>k. altar
ttd ELAN BOX A V t.1 on experienced Men'l ft (oyiWMr The Sun-Journal' lreoltevlllo. > 10 PETS b SUPPLIES ..01.1".., P._ Mtea.M I P M, L w.alytd5, Price. cell range tramIU.OOO
mout .. CiU collect' 7n1.73TI. to SH.OM McKlhneir
D D. Sub Islam S4C4It MOO HILLCRIIT Mokila Hama. IS Reetton I7VMIF
C U N Eo ATE. Gras
IIlghIa 28.1anguage per month, piui komn. Apply. in VOCATIONALLY D I I TURIEDt POODLE pups a SS. tale ..p pavmantl o< Ml 44 II LOTS FOR ALl
mulls apokm 0 5 HAS R I Eo iI.I. Pawt11N WIlHM Deportment Our toil may .Indlcat, C potontiel, 4 weeki pie new. per ma. Cell Jtl-lMMnA M._ OC:"llA _.. n. 155111. ire..
I'. .....,. Malar company will add ooon-boom calllnoj. panoiM) *M
will moke Chrlttmei gifti
Delay So. France .. D Eo B III< t R 1'1 to lour men follow,", rait Mlectlini Call"- alto, 4 PM. PR ....1 RAILROADSIDING I InO ,.....mnpn w,... W'"'
11.Cr.tontet 3O.HIndu and Intervlowi.Salary oior*. I rdbuiltin
c E R A T to. S II R AN. mast Mw CIPStleOdSIs penonel Married. men woo "ONE% and one mMlararg LOT NItta0t 774.1055 51 455.
12. Walleye eymbale COIo TV. fop sally. 1..yowoos. spas > moo ou .AKC. IN
14. S1.Decom. TAM L. A t1 P e. R A 1111 resume N Sal ISIA SMI prolorrod Must be hgh laool, lor Xmn 110. 2 BR under $4,000USE HAVE largo m KOrelol "lot wMlrillroM 1441
CrocaT Oelnesvllle Sun.WATCHMAKER .1 Klmu .'......... C"IIIOD_. iKtln' .. Will erect tun* MuOl mlly room I I*. I bath.lonrodl .
order pole A R I IOIIPt. 1. AGI I C2S. PR 12541.ATTRACTIVE. pR "1111 OUR tag fo mit ton..... Oivo' telitti bock yard, tamer lot ....
local workingcoMitiorui I MUTTILL'1,. *ld Donermanany RENTAL PURCHASE toll ...... PR 444IF.LADCI hoot patio air wno. pool mam.turtnlp. .
SuperlaS2.. Feather Q 0 S t s.. 0 t c. A 1'1 T mint ba experienced POSITION tar wideewokt 1/1.11. _'/ had. posts tsr Non PLAN draoarv rado ..,11" Nl
tcdent and have PH. llcanw. Mr. TuU- m.... Noel In eppeoronce ....IIIv! totl In N WSKtlon. .
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aeckplect Phone Mtroi set
mero. Very / 0515101 N/5pI. many
111. Hold S4. careen AM t NO. (GALES or. Jewelry' Poet J M FHIdl ood cherKtor itaody work no FR ./111. 15.51 MlmMlaS I5w5 p5ym,11 'lacetod HI...! to city P05' mo. two an, PR ,.,, M04BLACK
to Mart ttg TOTAL COST ,
HvOppurtunlty llmlll with pnved itrootl MWfr, N.
eisp1ope hoot SOLUTION OP YlSTUDA PUZZLE DRIVE.IN GROCERY per week. Cast, Perwnnol I Manaa.er -alROO GP PP'iES CH CONTRACT Will II LESS Oily water. AIM tortjl ten evill.ama 11111 It

1.loIoelan 38.Ironlc MANAGER TRAINEES Vt-nn Iin IS A M. I mot. tinMt, bleed II.... Rouen .... Ilea"' .... t.. IMW en Walls Rood .luM a Mlles' ACRES

WANTED 'PHI Liberty' National Lite Imur.Co .b''" ,.. all inn SEE north pf ......,,. Down eoymenf
saint ... -C"er. 2.ZXCbangS Clem I bMream I bath ham witHhirdwood
Male, M to SO for maii_ trolneepoiltloni will hove I vonlngi. kl tnlieroa MALE Calucaln CamplaMly DAD AND BRAD LARSEN w $5211 11155114.Maa'awsa kwi.doling ,.
5.o ny. Doorh SIM down
19. New.bona 41.Gcl.Unoul: TV premium with Jecloon'l MmlMorten. atior ,I._.. We ere anlyInloraitod ,...... loos ell"',,,, I P015a IAKE AINIVA 11111115. It10.KI wit mil drapon Slttmo
lamb .oluUoD of 45. Buddhllt 3. Tolerable ,..* vacation end ant In temlly men betwoeng aid ,.... P. IMH TUII lit Ill II V t. McCOy 17"110o.I 'Incl lo.oo ft .015111111.NIDOWAY
or hlnp, 5.0.1115 NM 5.11111. .. a ft 40 who detlrt a career On Pt. IK I MIN 1 .. blOUtlrul Mil.
20. Towne .arch plUan 4.Implore ed. Proor married men 111tlmt In tain. Our Itlrtlng Mlary li GsoMAN INIPN51D, AKC. halt. K..._ 11015015Gam It.. pond loll will CONSTRUCTION
lain: abbr. U. DOllge of 5. Register employment' anly. Starting wk, Call ti WINS tar 11 Pae1N. 1 yal, .... 11.._ ant 1. 11511 ". 504.1. INC. 370.1471 or 31"_.
Or he $&.I115 fir OKperlencee, emit.ant 5o1'p11 eoie. Cell vt-ieil between end POIDVC/.SAI.TORATE7 IJII W Uth V. J IR homt la
22. !
year m....... IK a week and Mr WANTED AT ONCE ......>|n ? P M, .N W. Untv' rHII4nirclltl Watt Perk llsl drawn and I'l HrPhone
r 211. County '3. }Leavy 1. l'neov. 6. Rest ....'Ioncof atSola era SI2S M perwook Doaler, In W. Alachue County tHiH'AHU" pupplot." S wools Mobm' Homo SDMI Inc I ft I LWO 10'.. llrot. 5.A Of' will lilt tar 1.1 par 5.A

ute hop ered' !. 7. Wine ca.kS. Contact Mr. '.''und... or part Oalnomllla. WrNNat.. eld 111 each, I Menchetter.moio 1 toodroom mobiip homo Many I W. IMh: SI. RanctwttMl" PR 11.10.SY .
COllllitenl J.......'. Mlnoll" Mirket. 11M leOn, D.... FA 1320: 1M..,.. ft I temeta in 4 Hale pKwl > tsar tmanclngOrlva > SCION S. W. ot OoiMlvllle.MMy OWNIN. N.aul11ul ....
NW INN ...... In "non.LAIMJ I p1110. To ....... oiil Call en lull unlll IPM. Sat ....... I MINE, South CNI w .... III NW _II.... 1150ts Watts
I r J f .1 4 /I 9. Our COUll' AND lt VICE WOKK- FR t-foPi otter t p."' at etlnMvluo' an U. S. 41 .Ph.WYATT M6ELLER, REALTOR MVII Te.w111N51. .._. Most 5*

M. U-40. high .ch el end, mor.rat It-Work Wintoot .*....1. FOR SALE = Ihereuah krad 704 Mrs IBII w. Onh. Avo. PR 4-<4'lSY spat II lID ....OClOfotI. COlt P II

lOing4 itirtlng wlory wl M porw podia" Nlyd 0103 pupob. to OWNER,*.....IIM _lout lot: 151/1
ll Il 1:1- 1I0.od B.h .. Phono JJt-MII tor appoint.Call WOULD Ilk. 10 .151 ..' II S ......I .... Phono F> 0-UOe. IM I X 7* MM |tl,llgo lorPMimi Sun DIRECT IRON .UiLO",
5..M.TILE mild' I doyt a weak ar will AIRMAN SHIPHIRO puoeteaT"wkt. and ...0'.... JOe 1*. IM M "'" a.mnllalws. P5roM0 01
/ J 1s. Parallel work giyi. phan JfWIIJ er VeMU ,. V4IIOO. Hornet mall The awn 1*1 *
IITTIII .. H.L'III. .... AKC; reg. will 1064 1511o"
17. MorlllI. ClIp )..., MicarmeMllOI Pony NW' aotlMnt' llnancl .
Liki ISlltlt allarT end keep till Trailer Sales IIACeS LOTS told price Mil.
MILL .i_. 1 Iron, type SI hr.Own | in* N W nth Avenue. 1hyh.050110.
I 011 10 21. Square PM. Mw alter S :M ar weekend! t mm, from Gsl.weV Its, with ao
| ..... 104 0471FINLEY
O1 ,,.... W II.. M .. Rladnn. ,
AIM pwied ItI
Hans NPsrl.Naa COM M oaw
Of 100 'LAC MALI
LOCAL STORE Rational ... UMI
ISO Moore Haven Trailer Party
1 II 551nISIOro, p05410.' "Ke; .... .... MoblIa 1101155 ok* Santo Po. Bmrh aymasl AREA
'l. I'I r .l' Z:!. Club opening, lor ono 001 Itlontf' .. Univ. ".. Cell Vt-4044 oiler S P M. "' .... sod Moats.TtlSpl M with M, it SIS, tr me. *ItN
I.tlsn1 std ,1s .1111 pe/eSmM. E.l4aro Iff'ML 'h.nt 4HH/4, PIA PlnalcedI
23.CottoE MAID would Ilka dayS work er Idays. M ......
U I' oil" If" PoQulrtmontlt ago S-4iV highKhoal ENGLISH SHEPHERD Otal'slast Mohiio Homo .. I SuM 11551Saa11W
..odu.... collaao prtf r* PsPSI.se" pelt watch, and Itack.FR Since n* 14 Woletlront Prcporty .wndS
4 Z4.Of the NUe rod. lonotlMt goat "'ory. lltohiMronco Call > -2928.. 15533. Wtl 111011 Sprtnm llvAPhono Separate fining room I
II tI s! ItoiplliMiatloAt pan* 1" tIN P....11"- IContriri
23. Ar.bS lion pion put vocolUn. WM 'bo 11 Scheeli 8 Imlriictlani iii HilTTIII Hjoplet I mooTl Otoia. Pip wnmtrDtnltWif6RlfII. : HMt I
28. Ominous ".,..4 and may It ra-locotM man in I tamaip. ..... .AKCahati. ; .. 5105 ,. 5we151Irt5' IIILAIC' tit Uf 1 IQmryt
J" / within North ...1.... Plirwa.CHI HOWIlL aUJlNnl COLL''I 10511....... Oeee1SA pe5n00.11 FEDERAL QUALITY PROPSCTIIIACIIAGI / Smith Realtor '
YoulIg.ltr.I P*_1.7141.: '. __ DEAL .ITAU EXAM Meal ,pets, poodogt. AMeN nOMlS INC. 'IS' I W. Unt..nlty Ay*.
ti .I 1J Jf IS J [Jl 33. Asalot.nc : 'lA"U Phono FR 4>4,,a, am NW. urn st. irt>a v i iR IO 1 ", I. N. "" ...... 011 ..11111 .. TlR hauiev want, N-r.-r ISliving

lint 34. Claret, port HOW P01M1N0. SIGINNINO10I ( XMAS PUPP'lES, .- Reedy to *o.Xmet. > Mill waif Johmon, Mor *"*"" M R'HUME S4M dnwn ft .Ill

d JO.. 35. Froy ItIIUI FURNITURE L..... P_ T11sro. I...,.. While/ Silver and Aarlcal -MOIII 5111115.II"AtI-- '"1 piauth of ........._ Close, aver pavmonli room. at tea per ma.
36. UPHOLSTERY 111 W. U" ,. A... PS 4.3517 toy _,... AKC re*. Phen >/. AVIII II L.... I '". CCI nmpMl* Na .' knmedlita ttcw.poncy. .
4' Srnd out HIOM KrOOL St4l.MINIATURE. Progroii MOMW. Homt Par ty r rnliri 04 "'11 Hraplece MaN ,\\'t\'i.\ ..* turnhire tef
37. Steeps Par top luallry' werftmanitilpcall N NooSN1. A m l k0. 4 MIIOI North an 4 S8. Tree eauddtlo0 Ett A 140.1. 4.505. I IP Pomeranian' mile, S,. O. Nor,.., Mfr. pirMlM' WymatTMWOOI. Itoo er phono irtnoe I4SI II
p ., l"' 1T2- 14Z ente In color AXC. Live children Phone *!144* Phene M HJIS, lit* _tad PI., Anytime. I

GAINESVILLE i i WiiTINO. .OOKKU'NG, ..._.bI" 4H44I.CHRISTMAS IIP"a. ya sat s VI tot .yM.1y 0.5 PIACLUSHGUSU ./NOW AND wr>. # out VHE!
'r Nwwal"111"5 39. COlla MINIS 150155. Ayr.... : itrongly, camtrwcP DOWN PAYMENT
Civil Servke TrilnlnfMemorial
Par 1111I. 22 min, 12/10 UPHOLSTIRTIMI CarloClow I .... pupplM wki sill. N sa..ig c alm, 01 Ira.. 1511111.. .... -- mIll N0. Nanss all Msylty +Lnsad 110
NW IM St. aid Reeget is mat. aid. t yr. I5/l55 W .Id114 u5 N NNIPNW.Iry room W > nt kitchen, tall now under taleltSS/.... 75151,
Prig EwmetM pici M and Now PormlnaHOWELL't eagla Jomei> konneio, Klyatane and oiorooe ........ Mov* to your end 111I one and Iwo
,",..,. IUSINISS COLLEOIIIS N.I5nCI" | Sol 70. M15' law out homing. 0..... keino-r.. ::1. front eokMUl >
w. Univ. A... PR o-JMf Phono 4fM_ tl.K Merloni "''II....., Wind- yule loot Ckiki Palm Point Now. /" kl WMhnod ......,
Mr A P.rS Manor. n_ iiho, Call M *Je>* hv Walt I* KhoOlO' All lily MTVkM.Sea .
WZWZ lpalnltt5lI, II N W. WIN bolos' and N W.
II yo/5 lit 111 _''I NMasewlnw tnh Place. Cell' til tut dolly 511',
IS "...... fat Sel"* VI-M4I' nighiv

I ITO'Y OLO"'A' amt r Both CKonUI, C..trotC., troei.MO .
OUR 'USINISS"BAIRD Nl d IR, madam kitchen' tJIen. .- It ItIS NW Hot Or, SIM porme
Moot ...... Cell PR ''''1 low down '.....'. Irrtt'Sor
MOBILE to eoai driveJy ail. *' SIN it. Wl *llt.
"h-ejOuallriln; ISIS DewnNew YKI UP PAYMENTS'an" 41 "'.
HOMES oriel hema M tap NEoroo. S aalh homo at Iltt Nl Sills

; 41NN5 .... C.... to KhMlb .,..- to,. Cloto, to Khooie and she*.
wiila pavaC ttreoie. central plug oeour, III Nell oner ..

"/ 11101 lei. WI 1411 Nast. 55111 'It .V... and nose, IN(NIWg/1RIl .ft7'tcTH ;;;
Pay anly, SIM dawn, monthly poy.montt tar aeie by owner 0..ONN ar
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TAI ..._ kMraama., IN.lint. 54.50 an term! al MM down wIH
Ss IVICDII5CTO5Y 5101111.. 1/1115111. monthly. 17.1511oNN,


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: s5.e ,ART SfliTte. SHOP HERE

Gifts ri

Gifis Gift Gifts for Gifts "

for Mom for Dad The Home i lor Girl I II I

for Son I FOR A m:' PRINCISSlOutline j > ../'- lV C I

I } pawder mitt SI Mllrawoarry I
Halt Mom mnmrt the yoerl KIM IIP: pemerte. II ft*. i
I, 93 A Cnrlttmai opplllnco tram 141101511r.e/-Npoke." You CAN aftard ta make your too.ented Call M... t_... 11-111'
FR tUUSoo MO'i Chriitmei a muokal IMp STUDIO "/111. HI VesV p51115.
z. :. n roil H "''CI. ... wlI"/ 041, .t.2 0115 I5./rw
Cloullltetlon atir THE TACKLE (OX mast clerlnot. cerenet. P.am : ; THIS WIIK'S SPOTLIGHT IS ON
I 111,.. .... It toll, SI. Sent t ilondore Moat atwfcoiototo I
rrr t CHICK WITH CNASLIUPo arico. Pile R. Oowittrawn : Gifts for ; -- FUNLAND

... American.....illhil, sit_ro.ot lamn French Early Pre .................'C............ City.' m Ills er O. Eoi /... : DaughterArt I 1011 W, Unly. A...

Comet for .nd .... I. k. .. .) elngly a* I
fvlnclol' Italian Provincial" PrkMtrim rho gilt He would, eoorocliu, ; un 1 *
[ Sot to 5.1111. A gill cenllkele, If 1 A ..", ,"" .., .>. u plonntul lupply at ..",."4.

1 I SMITH DICK ft Veer's heir cult lor tnly, SM.WINOV A Gilts' her Chrlotmao dream* muol.al I T.., t...e shill .,4] HII.... is "' ...."'aR. ....
STORM lU1N. COMl 'S JtlllkUtt $15.95 A : ( eneet A piona tan .* m piM, *r tohln* the wheel. la. wkoit 51...* .. ieeiIOHI
IW III Ave. FR lt7SI
1121 w. Unlr. A.o. PR 17171 for Girls true at I. DeWltt' L.aw'SNN whala j
pricee COM lie-Mi *r writ j \ up et ......11. ........ll, .h.llleb...*. Ik.
...-....... clrrTt.car: .c.t's. ... i
PO PM Clly.MrrrrrrrrrrrrNlsfsly ?1 i II. Sawllag allay, n ..sh.. pHttmej ./..*. Ik rooketihjvill

[ (....."" 1 nk. I tweet 55 r 1h* Plrtoburgh Hale OJOMHtgifcFleeilty tO SIGHT 09 tTREITI : idj .no5 drop I kell .."' .. ex. ajiiwioMl pleoel whtehIs. .

Mats TWIN CNals'MAIPUCAL ... woe many ..".. He' .."'. let th* ..... ***t
.. Well Mirror I'" a 14"Fiut TO OOSCHWIN : NOW. UNTIL CHRISTMA' !
N. RUSSEt STOVER CANOIfSWISIS Gifts for. your CIMKI' at trae IK I PIXtl ever s *im. anal, wilts. .luck Of eklll (roe ee.ndt* ..<.

.13. W. U." Av DRUO* STOP.FR 113". .." Plborglail' Wreath FOR CHRI11MASITIIITS I, lie n k. w. M PMM. T* tele a .ne1 ....... ...IiI.., Of |M*
dad ar 0." wrap eatPlttoeurgh RICYCLI SHOP : STRUTS IICYCLE SHOP re* .. fl'yille'l/I lajteelev (Made.Ope .
grand Plato OloM' (.. lit W u_. ..- III W Only AM 0t4lno -t'.I. ;
114 N. MOW VSISSfCHRISTMAS .................... : l trrrrrrrrrr............t I' kt w..hd.y1..s III Mt*

....111'1 CLOTHES can 1'1, II toe eld. lor euliojllwk titt.1 ."4 Sa.iIa.
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Santa Snads'Enkv w5.. a.1M/ ilads by with 50/H(1./1110.10511o0 Witch > r Nut W...' SPOTLIGHT
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"III" 4 011511" ....... prltaw 3711450 58521alrrrlw.lEwlL !t Sea ciowncofle 4

NEWI A 50001III 1,505005 11101151tity .
Er ERra rryt5.rrratrr.Iytr5R
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-. et ..o N. Mae. 1757511.vrryr.rrrc t AMUSEMENTS *, DINING k ClNIMO-OAMCINa .

PARK LANECoworla t'cr.Irr 1y COCKTAILS
GIFTAs 1j 'ONLIH II Its Posit Of .u' _". "' _II
lunchM Men. Sal.WEfftf
W lisle ON UNlvR,1 IV INN
i 0- ....., a0511. for y.W A 1pleat.1.01 rgdSISCPIOUNk5
KIMIALU IAIDWIN ft LOWIIVOrHtioy Chisa ell **, '
lOG Fro purMry apnrlcp.Sen 10.5 M 5.111./5405 drmai tar ..
ma arm ot Bono
Fruit Cokes and! Pound Colii TItN 5.51x11New OIdIt7 111011 Sen.* Wall, *'". Ill 4ol IIAtI mJ"' w Ww" ,"Au"A'"v.. M .15 I A ... N fill pool *

I Sent wove Had. try ail ef eur Rig C*. w* pay P
Paltry ,... payment .... an any plenaar you wsdj through you'llb I P UNI 150A.N.ma. ,iiii ._ ._ net a w. in* M PR ......
Pow arojan pvrchatad pew t n r pChriolmat Euro t* lincj gift for '''ryotie ... your Hit.Us Carddr 541M stM loa Cpoalw .. ..
IN Sod ... In Hoevberry Rod 11.1 W/.r_ 54.1.4 .4' N55e5W the handy form below 1 fo k..p trick .f "rr..et I M as ne NW IP* at. DINE I OAleSmacrrn.y.
till 7707S lee M M .".. igI. ,..
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t Aim nan s> te per salt *ewfli let permentOlIDlEr your planndjoj" purchase you 11 !*.*. Mil wool UMwitty A di

+II'Iyr 151yrrrrrrrrw MM ft ladiai Hats. Slot /0.I. ready-ln.d. gift list thit'i sure to ....! i LARRY'SIsle A. *
.151 MUSIC CO. 51 .
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GIN' Atoartmontt SPIN II Nr7U55 A DAy
COMER" KETTLE CANOn, wow' 45 (11151/5150 .11. r1/Yrl1rIIII.I.'Sr.5rrrrf'. MOTNERFATS4II l .' 5AC'N"5.YNP 111
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517.L7171)S1lllgl>tlISA >tl.1t FaP pedal bal cemaw prgan. tcakMoeo \ 10 P, M. w oenegKVtPfV Pootwln* V a, Pnm. ova Chefca
ooa.e153. now (UMO
555150 poigapa 55 m. 555,5
Popular 41. wirMMr AbargaM MI NW f'm st tit 05. 555.043. 15s44 pp Duh.
Gift I''lit Farkoged lourmat Pads at nevnr er.a at ClaM, SISTII
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Deiicac FromCauetrw ITALY IN GAINSSVILLEPDIP. J-j-r- : rent l W INS n a* yft154k
lst.ao aaw Sins |l aMy; 0YOM SDUKHJRJEAT
for Her i Reund ma wndlCAIMANILLAS w0rt111 M .._. raa GRANDMA M l0ONegoo II .. 5......
a ...... Sow 021 .. -. .. wAbr III rowalae of Nxt .. COCKTAIl *
lOt W unni AM S1 00515 50045 50411 ININw GIANOPA 1 1AUu MltAulANfeKU LOUNGES .

O.MD.ys$24MP.M.. ..- its row Wyw./ww >kee kt lateen. Piamane OP|.. 14 tenuas A PAY 4
GlF'S Of ELEGANCE dais w/1. MN15.. .. ClI I lt ) ee ar ae',w o iwia (_ .....,,;; it- Pa'y Prl.5e Err. 1mo1015

Par Skmnlni A"onl Tl lorn Plait. C. 371Mll COUSiuS I I Ii0. *l. Sabrcd Sit f. (/...- 54. ..... IlsasacaAM. /5. Cypl10 1501MWlap.
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CeemoeKa std le ity 5011BLANCH'S 5c.. YNd ; ti10531 51)705 a.pr4V5155t A. Vet 151 11.eC
Gifts .., pus NW tyn 11 ..1.K
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HI k. mej St. FR 4ietfI /orBoyf iTO ."... Pam I.I N es Cane i ADVERTISE, Till .' :-.

In ad 1- 451554$1."MMWA5IITr "" T' C'Y.. c_ ADVERTISE Ci TIll:
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I': .\ ; Clean out the Cloittt & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED coif Porto to person ADS ads ere for non commercial beer tolling merchandise:ads priced that \1

I 1 0 4 $3 ot $10 a. '." with the selling price stated 'III the .*. No additional costs for edt that require the full 10 days No refunds for

I SAYS LINES bring' quicker action. :

DIAL 378-1411 A Courteous Ad.Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

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; 35 HWM f... Slg IS He..*** lor Sole IS Houwo for Jol II Houwi far Sea. IS Houw fan Sal II Hem for Sol. 40 Buiinns PropuPiasPOTENTIAL 4] Coloroo1 PntiMirfMtiVU

I FOil outs
.."anv. 0Uchasb.toei' Jan. 1s? 4 BR, 1 Mini, Krotntd "porch, an. J 51. J baIt. alodu', _bll "' ,. ELL AT COST NEAT J BR CO .. 620 NW 34thP110. ZtLT boil CO howl on lot'a | kl btdroomo II 54th ... 4
THETIME c.. 101. 1101 NW 21'h Ac.. boat bullMo-tveivrinte' dluoII port, torn room, built' .In kittnon. Lovely saw 4-B. Horn In MelonOordoni. .. ...1.1....... floc. ArsPrlgvatsr 100' 10. ball aqolty, and ..as.aum. ... 111I An.. SasH. payno.ot.
MARY MOllLI" $IALTOR .,, condltltnir, TV antIs., cent tioet. ".... A-C '14,501- I'. ml. S of campus on '. um'.hod.' HO CASH: .payment of IIS p>r luilMio 1 Homo_ snartkly "poynoanls IS7 $5 III.
\ Hit W. U.,.. A".. FR 444TMultiple ..., Khooli, tut down, loll S7J* dn., Mt ..... 0120 SB 14th 441. oMutlhri wooded I km for down IM me Call 371-3415.: May bt loon ot 1231 NW 44thAvo 4 lodroomi lot I SatIns Ails 5.5.511 SubS 55 705t ...

IS NOW. Lhtlng Member then SIM per .n.. pool mombwvilltbi Tor. Bud RoMnion. FR Io3l1M ..... will mgotlote ""ce. Drlviiround .. 5.11,. Llltiowood ..... Mnkllchlll rhone. 371-7674 oner i PM. Comer N.w. tilt Itrootnsoooog with' So Iowa peyonont. Pt.
.* Fob. lit. Owner. Mil lilY time mint or 371- _. .... )55lbath C I. EHcellent condl.II. -
Pit" W. Unlv. A.... 3711571Anoclotnt EXCITEMENT 1 yard. II SIp. "It 5.45.
Jon C.I_ _NE Itth It. FR 1.12* 4119.mont. ... Shown by ...?. .... Built In range 4 oven J7.5.J -
Jim Shtppird Bob KtlkmwiF. Win engulf. you atlas you "* i d Orr.vs "" ,ch_ bats' Jan. ?., MARY MOELLEO. IIAl TOil NO CASH down. ,., like rent".. Gladyi Smith Realtor MaV' INN ...,
; Do You Have W. Hoogt Jimmy OmmWilter FORDYCEFEATURES you con got I 015 a ituoy, I Low down .paymsn.. It...... "pay. Hit W. Unlv. FR 4-4471 HI per mo. 1420 IE M AVI 12M W. University, Aol ,. CCI I _bod_ ml Laces.Id .
Low payn'snl
t \ lloddirf both. "....._ CM. 4 A C. Ilk* rant gig Hill ,fit 3415. .
stays, dltpotol, ..coll'"? itarogenil .. NORTHWEST OAINESVILLIBARGAIN 5.5. $1. 10cr.enoCay
BUILDER/ 42 Fermi 6 A...... 'ull_
; YOU CAN lAYS Sim thll
t ARoorn.Apartment tmiiy living hi tsar Jicxt MARY ., .. I .bad' .
Eirly ...
I CR both hut, ,,11..manlohl.
I homo. Control
LOVELY Mk treet, Par patla,
Its n with bttulTlultil latudecapin5. blooMs honos
Hit W. Unlv. A!. H o4<71 two full bithi. OB builtin 205 Ions
built In kitchen carport emitoiigt tar only 114,000. mcellint' neighborhood., This roomt ho... Goad pasiors bind ...., 0.11., 374loll43I
E ..... Cell titan.tlU In OWNIIII I 55 snaIl and ronge. Central
or __ FORDYCE 4 ASSOCIATES, INJC.REALTOR. carport IIII'X I bedroom I bith htm eite
DOWN 100''. ohllly 10' ..., 5.5004.Nsa hot ,.... ".. room and ll pir.tlilly .. Slot down VA. SI02 per month.SM in ocrtt Alochuo' Co. nr.Oolnnvlllo COLORED RENTALS
House to Rent? MAai "paynant "to.. mae par mosIPislmtoaisct HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION t70 W. Unto" 174.1135DISPI.AT. schools A shopping. 56, admovthip. .,'_111...... Only re.Wilrementl down P11*, Iff per month.Movl lultiblo' for
: 174-7071. Hugh Edwards.Inc. NOW RENTING
f .
",11, 5.W or* 1450 down end
'' NW 1oc.1I0II iinali Itmtmbtr Hill H tho Slit month oubdlvUlng.' Hlgnwoy lroslaa.PIsolial
Mth Avr. ......
lots it in-3547. Wl mo Ore by "c.n. 401 HE 15th It COLORED olIn .rn t RR duplex
corner lot. I .bodreoml. ICfIIIIICI Ititt von CM buy o hem and This Issiy clai, liIsrtPt IS5 butlneil.
... '
N. D" lorgo living *
W. 14lh 31" oportmont on
porch, vary good condition. ON mil bt out to claim, tomteteidexemption. homo 1 BR, living rttm, FOR SAIl IV OWNER I BR. I MARY MOELLER REALTOR ..
01 714 NW Salts PIKO. Ph FR If you wail (III ofltr dining, end PII. bitti CCI. ideally .11..'..., t loch 36 Cenagei for Sal dining' modern kltctwn with
2471-Womtr W. Wewmm111! January 1, to buy 5OPinn': N awaits your room Inipecnon. Tht room own- from J, J. FlnUy' school ot 7041 NEW NORTHWEST tIll W. Univ. A... PR 4471HO I....flooro.urgt Hit ttorooo. ......cloion.. tpoc, torrot.hottor -
N Moln oascoIlpoUanaft2llII' Incrtord 5.1 NW 7th PI. Mmty nlct feitiiretFlrioloco UNUSUALI Coir btiutltully fun. : AdS form M hlwey 75. Eight
: A < pnnsvsd ad PS
rem vacancy
; I..... lo call Pordvc* :",: Hit Price Tasoo (; boomnelvio, sir, coodl.tlontr leoulltul brick front Ifler I I d. S rm. coII_. sanslnad pordu. mllte N of L.... City Good toll M< hot wotor 511101111,6 Mesa ttclllpovod ad
St.M 374.t2251.day: (t too the irony down and Mis ptr 5* II end. cWtri. ReiMnibly no?, EXTRA LARGE LOT. carport' 1 acre beau 4 ocre like, 70 ocrol hi coca.ci laa Par wulling ioo It N f'. MID
: COSTS YOU MORE nlct nomn ovtlltbio.' truly" wonderful buy. ,.''cocI. Call 17M77 for eppt. Throe bedroomi ,,.. huge Pane ly tool. :5-5; : PlOt Mrtroio, 5cr.. I In Pimba,. I.once, 'ISPur. '.,. or coil tar poolntnwit' in-
OPEN HOUSE FORDYCE &: ASSOCIATES HOMI In hlllorlc lly rwith ", Built-In O.E lohk .... .ro. Plce 5135 par OWl 3775170.
Mlconoov I IR.I or
than the oJ that IW ..., U of '. Spill last 4 br I bath, C H. onO) I, Celia, block l loll of furniture '; torml 17 Roil Eitat* Eichinsed acm. T..I Macs.. I' pooaoPr.
ICR la'.sLRPsmliyiaaSCe A-C noiw.fi. Hugo living room 'INC. H. lot IM vMO' .. CObin.... ....kf... Os,. Two ..., I 19..11... MOIl p100022It001i
t 110'0 btthl.1 mod charm ialsrs.slra lorgl Scar GRACE FORDYCE, BROKER Carport It "d'_ om dnptymint. full bothi with colored tlxrurti.Centrll ailing' In thin, ..... SAol.land 44 Cott.... for Sea
will rent itt! Walking' dinmcl to U of fond Saran Dpi. from SI p.m.tunoty fl' w. U."' Avo.FR 1U1. Del. HI per m... FR WalIng olr, conditioning WILL TRADEQUALITY broad slow searl000i'. Mao .-
M.d Center and now VA etc. 4, it am N.w. mAvo. 0-12M: optional Complete lendKip I n g PLUS HOME on I 111,000 down. Write DM PTievei: SMALL FURN. COTTAGE
f .. IR ....... houw Includtl I led. Convenient Urnvonlty In axcluilve "nelghborh... Ion 143 White SprlnofcFlo. lulliblt for working couplt' Moor -
"0.. Excluilv' Call for I with dining to Owner
what eppt. to no.. PKISTIOt FREDARNOLD room, Kretmd torch, loroe loi. and ICh..'.. Immtdlon" Many ..,,... Owner .,.... ... 'Inaxchmglng or call Tom Devil 7SI-OS77, HIVM Pork HM I. Univ.' Avo.7tllt4. .
your And hvllyldutllty tro tht ktynotttof 1222 NW 31111 .. rhono FR occupancy. Hog down VA, lowdown for ecrotgei with a Lots City. .

Like fremege.Blvmi this 4 fr I urn, horn ftoiur 1-2131. payment FHA. Hugh Ed- tun.llvoble AlKhua loan.. Comull...11y ui AiKclatol.1711U tor do-. 10 ACRES ot form lend. For Infcrmitlon -I ROOMS and t.'h MO ptr mo.plul
COSTS Arm. I BR. I Satin word Inc., 17t-77l.
log wolnut' ponollng bride fl .
vacancy ., Arle T. Smith. RrIUr., coll 4711153 otter 7:M ulllltloi.Pfiong .
Spoce and comfort on on* ecr* pltco sod ovor I Irot W. ft. CollFordyco
1 REALTOR PM. Could bo bought In 1 I- 468-1408
Excluilv Clll tor ..al.IPICOMI 31..1131.FORDYCE. PARRISHPRESENTS
YOU EVERY DAY I HELP STAMP OUT 39 Out .f Town Property acr.Pr.cts.

POUR 8EDROOMI SALES COMMISSIONS n ac,.. rwor Unlv i Mod. IdMol 1. 45 FarnlihoJ Apt
until it Is rented: 0.. ores o..ln f,.... Sian 171 Mo for now 4 btdroom I fetid. loot .... ft living' 750 giregl, I DAYTONA BEACH KOUM for Ixctlltnt 'Invttlmont opportunity.
: now '.0. lmmsd. KCllponcy. 1 AS5OCbu'TII 'NC. homo, Hordwood II..... dtllgnt.fLORIDA BR, itptrilo din, rm. con hoot Mil, exchmge or nnt I BR S Only, IS.000 down 2NTCE' .u.lonlC 'P".., 11,11 1100'.
Call:r 5000$ Grace Por44an. laailir M IllPcIt.n. I oat "'POri. Situal.ad 4 air cond plui irtle fon. Htrd. baths, CCI, lOt Coll.K Ave. Nror FORDYCI A ASSOCIATES INC. good mloontltl action, convm.
YOUR LOSS w for luilnei, Opportunllln." RIAL STAIR CONSULTANT! an I sPaCIOUS asianS sIts WHTWORLAND .''m.., new brick, wood II...., Pushy rm, with old J,. Colltgt, GE Molnland' High I REALTOR lint to Itorol ond bul linn, wlltv.
: I IF RENT i Dle tMkt Frinuf Hough '' ::'rt:' alma? In :Ig/lIL:r front homo with enclosed busS brick flreplice I Ig kit. will oven, Phone 172-0541 r24 W. U.'". 37..l3i: In Wllklng' dl"..... of Squ....
MARYMOELLER Sara? OouldM Horvty itnion .ubdlsisioss ; iwlmmlng' pool en onroctlvo' .lend.oriptd dlthwiiher dl......,, rotrlg' land.tcoptd CouSins' only, no ..I.. II* '.'"
; E IS: PER DAY IS: D. C. Oay Dutllor O.uid.v WisP ansi, lot. I bodroomi IVt btthi.WE1TWOOO It,... I block long notrefflc. FRAME HOUSE I .rooms. w-IIDrch._ WOODED 171 ptr ", e. 1 IR, M) ptr mo.PH. .
I '24w.__ U.IY. 374t234: Snout ,Is klkh., unit!. Plow PitA Fletcher Built on 100/ on I idol fenced lindable. 1. f FR 0M44.lutlor .
4110 tor
Neir Old Town Cell acm samptoosaCoosnI'
PARK tinancing 10 qu.I1I',
Iouyo .
: |40lot. 1724 SW InS PI.
*tr .".,. .. Ct... per diy McKINNEY Spacious I bad ..', I both, html will Croil City. 4H-KB7 living Garden Aptrtmmti .
M half oer* vnxidtd lot H..... ARCA. 4 Iwdrooml, Appraised I Btdroomi end one bith btautlful U.I... irchltict d.slgn.dContaonp.r.ry Ono InS two bMroom (umlihod .
: mr m*. .. SI.44 pir day REALTOR GREEN wood floori, control "' 01. ponolltd 2Vt bimi, lergo living, room will toll for $23,500 If sold b.- lot IW > :XV. SI,. nelghbtrtiood' homo lId unrurnlihtd' ill
Plo,'''* room, wood a bu,... flnplice. Will to will corpttlngotoerete fo,. Dec. 31st. $3500 In High .p'I.... flnenclng ....11. Call .Mn. Corolln NoyM lloclrlc' kilotons hooting .
: pir m,. ,. fl." pir day 1019 W. U.I" A... 'I .4071 DEATON Ing flrtoltco In living '".. ApfSUWCl .Ill dining' sod livIng rsosn wilt down 'reason I need ph.mon.y .. Iota. S7HO S70 per month :1715 Gladys l Smith Reoltor air, conditioning swImming' '
MasOn, Mulll.l. Listing ; !! prMlB i.catlci. itutfy lcd lovtly flmlly I Owner FR 6. RALPH FOSSEY, Realtor, II W. pool. ont block from P.K.Yongo .
Pf ma. ., MOO per **ymo AnocletM RIALTORI room with, flreplKO.' An ottrictlv now Unlv Aw 17<.VHP 1221 W. Unlvtrilty" A... School.' Prom 110) ptr
I. W. MAjllor' Potter Kill.r I a story ...... .. .n 00' 10' 6671.BETTER. month Rowrv youn now! C_
pw .. Old per dymo. Charlie Mw* Sharon OrontHolm CREEKSIDE NORTHWEST COMFORT It ICONOMV 40 las?,... Pioportiis PECAN GROVE nor 5 A. lath Avenue and tolls
I lolveotPANRLIO 'hrao I R. I baths Main loins. 'Immtcultto ] btdroom homo In ... LAGOS FAMILY. JuSt the home, HURRY 41 young Iron ,.".... :37AAISASFPICIEPSCY
.. Will to will carrel SUit In etllKit H..I loeotlon. 1450 4 bod'..,., I bolhi. ,
( par st. Ptr day FLA. ROOM, I IR, I family room Mil all firtllo ocrotComtortoblo
4 will quickly
kltchM lqoi Oood f Inoticing down I* ouilllltd, PHA buyor olptr flnplKO .In living' Centrilntit. S.alIllIIsn Shore bail,, ill
bait homo by ow.... Air -.. room. PRIMEINVESTMENT houMU
= Bit. I bath Btoutitul I bunt Inkltchtn
: pr mo. .. Use par dymo. CuTs, Imctd yord. lisP NR 'b" down Mymont '95 nwnm Including tomondj Nlctly 'linOiciptd lot 'InClllent 1' with ctblneti ..,.... ml from Oalntivlllo' utllltiei wppllid except ,".
Modorn In hiturinc Rongt, rtfrlg.rotor willllde' 'locitlon.kitchen 11150 wk. or 141 mo. m-0411 -
12th T... 17H7JI.JWK sean way CHI M,.. ttoodhom372S3t3
Mull bt non M bo ippnclittd, ... dlipnol and A-C: ....kf..1 bir Pretty hardwood tar Informellon, itter > P.M.
.. ...<. day ; 1.O::
pr per C.1l1or oppolntmont' PR 1-1111. unit Prlct (14400.MP WIM..L.Y ISTATU. Amls? now II..... Cirport 4 utility. 100 Low rVIci on a will Gltdvi Smith, ...11",, NEWLY DECORATED APTI College
nil for 10150.
100 hilltop lot Incited' 13th Street
I JIll' mo. .. ",M par diy MODERN HOME MONTHLY .I..b.droOn and air, I condilionad bath c.ntraily horns filet.anlaly. Ony SUO down and Hi plrmovt0. lot H... Mtdlcll .1'rlI.W. _Unlvirilty,_ Avo.4J3 _" ._ lludontl. end couploi' without
"children preferred. Coil Niwbtrry
hroo I... I baths Hardwood and I4M. down to ouollfltd PHA 1011 0 101 101. Soul a In Center Unlvenlty' Colored 471-2tS or 472-1371.:
JIll' mo. .1.01 per day Clll Anna Hln... Property
Naval1.11 ront
? whtn
372-8404 tloon Cir Port Llrgo sit,- you un''' FLORIDA I'
lOll sstra .
5fl OMan I 5.b5 13.53/1 FURNISHED' APT. FOR 5557
Pr mo. .. S3." par diy "IVI IIOROOMI. two baths .loll ago and room City oiwor. waIst Sbolni wil" lionesS yard. is. LACK ACRES. Trodltlonil 1 bed.room. Slit femlly wh modi room. Gladys Smith Realtor ...... tor 1. mole, on''". Air conditioned .
C.I I PR Wl17.
lited ond ovilliblo In one wn.. light- btock Iron. toad Iou.. Dial I. I both homo with living 4 BR, I bothi. Excellent neighborhood tOll W. Untvenlty" A,.. I SnI NIP..I.I04h, ..ansvJ. I Ii control hotting, utllltiM tor.COLORED .
:: perCALL."., O.13 per diy lullt.In ronge. dltpmil, dlth.withtri J. J. FINLEY 1522 for Ipysinoms. .?. room, otpiroto dining room ftm.lly Ltrgt loiHlKopld ,lot .. II lea 'h'f'P ". Call 51.11,4 'hone ,11I 15431 an PII
new cmtru. gn find room with "..ploct, inrocllv lay '11 210. Ill price ll 120,000.FURNISHED GOOD BUY i "2' ____ _' _44170__
ml Mool horn far. -
m lirgt to It
.. boat You ought
built In lIch. Control
378-H11 furnlC. OvarIi.d, 101 wits flmlly' I wOn" notdi loll of room. ARNOLD \130' 5 W toned R.P Wonderful .
playing' o.51 for elllld,... 4 5 5. 1 bath, P11. tm., CmPrsPSloan. RIALTV COMPANY opportutiiy ror nice
Nm Welt.lUe
pasS II..... city -.. con.nectedl -.I'':' tacsl.d WilPlin I .. mlrlcted ..bdl.I.... of ionslolL W* hiv Two nicety furnlihed I rooming, hone good .btns'macPInrboslnosaproporty127.-
PLACE YOUR Mttnlt InS IlihopKhool Ph. soto.f. Paid ,..... itrooti. OutsIde city BR "homn In N.'. to mow you. .
dlitrlct.' Drive by ilotNR str..ls Unlv.' Ave. In".......,
lasotlful 5111454 Pot limit, NO CITY TAXES.Loli Only' a small down payment and It call
: SUN RENTAL 12th Ttrroco thM Clllw Tills, pr.parly 1. 1. .scli.nP' McCOY'S Irons mul 13f5O.oo. S7S per month will buy. honoonnd Ho.I1'.1301.. : : _
for dttilli and tppolntmonf condition Priced under 117,001Cm
WANTADS15H.uuesfsetsla bo FHA flninced with
)WHII WANTS to corry the fl.ninclng ew down poymont Lit uienow MACOMA M.M.PARRISH UNIVERSITYREALTY
on PIlls masonry Ih... you Skis: tin* property be .
bedroom, two bill (HUM Mloround fore you buy. Clll Fit. 1-3417 (p Ketlty"Development RENTALS
the corner from PlnltySchool. HOMES, INC. ____
Hardwood Mrlp floon, ASSOCIATES
icloitd 1 giriai, fully owlpptd' ,. Fred Guy Joyn Bunerworth 1111 N. Mlln St. Ph 172-4351 Ct.
: HME T A SAVINGS' ? kllellon I I. .plionai'. Cs', lot Col. .. w. Dovll, H. J. WlltWIr THE 'JEFFERSON"Chimlnoly ASSOCIATII. INC. W. M M..... RtiltorAmi BRAND NEW DUPLEXES
lana bulldtr, muit mdcc.< H. Mill Helen' OrehimCorolyn I. .. McLoughlln Frenkoby "
wit? ilva.alu Prots and pans.TSuNQUiLs.PPlnp Multiple Lining Wayne USNW I"" '""
of ...lIIy am... Ch.c., monl. Pooley' Miry FirrlihIt Roy MoConn. T. C. Cougln.Calnoivlll I
Ioc.IIOII act 01 way 01 lrof. under monlvootiodt MODEL HOME CL0050iSf" colonlol' tutilde, I NC Pint. It. 1711371 J,.
Mov. P In law or..or Irlo New than .bedroom two full bittbullov "'I. homo It filled with eon.venlencM Beautiful new 3 BR.,
,., brttk. AIM ocre tnoi on ovor on acre In model Omerl Ileclrrt, .
tut tor grocloui ...,,1....
Plnenclng, wronged Klrkv/ood.dmct, control Oroclout miianry four rod.. built-in wen end '..... Ol .- .....", living" Notice the well *'* neweit *nd moil 2 bath home. 3815

e-3141. _____ mne bethi hoot, tireploce,bed.rtomi trap hooting. Mipleble' M sir, con.dltlonlng. p p .In..d I work ...* with' luiurloul oporlmont building .. N.W. 8th Ave.-More
\ : OLD LIAR NSA. I IR. porwot Sot... Fully lintfKiMd" lot foundry, kitchen aIlS pintrytorogo
shown by appointment 19V ....... nog down YAP SI04 .. for less then
central built In bandy to the tattoos on. LAKESHORETOWERS money
: = .I"I': : per "'""'... Or M 50 down FMA
: tot, PItA trine Thin ire thro bedroom
many 1309 M DOWN and Hllorl will HO* .. ever before
month 1nc11.
'j down, IM IM. KU rIB 17m pay PHA closing, alls .. either, of per. Hugh Edwirdi, ....*. *Ofolice ndcioilng. with' evtttondlng clotetiKllltln _
1171.f' plus two full tiledbothi
thtie two btdroom homni one Itlototid ot NI r" $1. end list A... Newly decorated lake
In NW ailS the other SR. """' did a MMriti droning
FOR SALE BYOWNER You hive choice ot _.,NClI..., .r** In th* miitr wlti. It cottage on Santa Fe-
Mock or Iromt. Now itovt emrtlrlgertlor hoi a tortnol living" room withMoiret NOW LEASING
In one ........ I 4 ...,_ Modtli InSHADOWLAWN S lining room pius a Si 500 Down-Air Cen.dltionecf. .
(MUM IM I 1SO lot, Ni Furniture' Mn be purchitodIn family nam with S flroolicoond .
IOII tl city Plrepiee 1 M'r both it c very renonibii'figure I booutltul 1 cherry ptnUIng,
litorti Fli.' room. Sot or You cent go wrong ISTATIS I TOn "." ohine of tM .......
P .. :: ttlw I:M P M. lit NI mil tor I5>.o* per month tot. F. D OLIVER with Hi method two car genet Two large commercial
; Plows ,11I 1.4415. ,.'1........ Put thew on OFFERINO' and mar ...... will. lots N.W. 13th St.
ball carport, faintly your II... Indlvlduol, Itym For You maSs I dtllghttul place Mllvt. S I S.dronnt Move hood with, light and fan
I)0"" built to kitchen, _,. J.W.KIRKPATRICK. Will pinned living .rMg ond 33rd Ave. a L.... living dining' arIl 5 Double' comportment' link
.I."tan A-C. IHfM 1)01 > Ouillly meterlol 4 worn- 4401 NW 17th 11?1. S M."",, ,, ConltructlonTtrruio I Vonollon SliMeS
Ml me. 4410. U 14th Tar mon"" FooriPilnled a TIll window inn
Robl._. PR HW4.DUPLEX. A community you would .. Th. Charming S p...".. welllTiled S ..rgt l.wn with grail and
Suitor a
proud to llvo" InDrlvt JACK DE YOT tub and IhowirlLirgt .hruoboryniultttd '
II N. Main' It a
Pnon PR I MMASSOCIATISl Will.. ".W. IPth RANCHO GRANDE doublo Hiding door S Attic

Ploy, Mithloitn, iron lunnilltot. A... pin tht AIM luring .> t bedroomi I bilht 1Iu"' R..i.I....' IrokerAnocl.tes I 0 ClttttlLlnM' dish a a ,C'o..'vtd to Stnetl Khool and bul stop
A. w. toriocilon. too sign" on Mt. living" dining
Rains ISIS Ret.vit family room room SacS Itorige cloud lonned.
I' DOWN will buy Mi .fI,. .. Kirkland IM Griffin PR "... room, otk .perquet floor, Key Ellis Chris Stone a Washing' MKhine fl>"' ... pliy ground
I bedroom meionry dupim' drum. 1ncI....... SIO.OO IOH I
? c monthly' Income of 1171 PISIPLACI. Ioulll itl.Oltotwn, tmmett Hollowoy
UI POt DITA1I. conI. ho.1 S ."r _.-0. 1New Down. n Phone 372J511I25NW. for oDomtmont call 172-5321 *r 372-1322
NW 17th
55- I bath,. Brick Homee 43K
DOWN 'lovily t btdroom Sill ;1..t\, lops silly., Map c.= 1301s 5' Tabs nertlieiit Dh tv.. t* norlMnt IMh torrId turn lift I block.'
: ?,, spilt Meal masonry tarn* at 3001 H' ills D,. I inStophoH tANNINU TO lUlL! .UXUftY FEATURES INCLUKc.e .
.... In the NW Iocfl-o L.'I SAY HAPPINI1S k ITRIICH M> FoitorHclhlg
ly InvMtlng In o U. I. Stiol Homo Lr us fllv. you an tlmot. e Swimming fool Rcrtlr Room .._.... _._._._._._._......-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-...-.-.-.-.-.-._.-
built In All ore by on contracting your S Act** *f PIcnIc CreyndiCe.trol Central Hiof ; "' "' ;. "" "", ,, ,, ,,,, vI
I btdroom .houit M Urge ALACHUA KOMI'S, INC 144 bodroom built'In kltchM g.
ItnOKOptd lot "Mt ]"i ails Phono 7eOMt ...,.....1. can hoot V* no raw cuttom horn Air CM*!. I Laundry rcilittolGrbg
Oelneivlll. OWN!* WILL Model Memo Opening' every ..... 155 .paynnanl. PItA IrlinI $700adSfi5 Call Grald or V. Q. McCoy Star** Loclitnfo.ei C Drop Chutl
I Sri'/1 '.**, ""MCemoir. 5151505. ..110 Day. FR 6-1290 Perking A,... e lighted Sid.wlks 1511
CN LAKE 4 btdroom. ant with .1 ether I CoplHl I lolUtn. In*. Nit FR 6.5015 Of
btin, eonttmporory homo in =: "Jvt both, hilry" llr coIl ...w. Jn. pains 4 sac itnotopgn 6-6502
"hit eutiido city, ilmin-RE- LL lUll IT IVlinfTIMS HOUII PAIL 376-4456
.* lull. model, sii.771 on Oik touted II PHONE
TO t31.
your Mr.ivi CHI I714MI or ffo-tTM. N. Viln' ...... nd Dr, '!yd. A Be Eligible; for Homestead ExemptloWe'll &

5 stay 4 b.dsa' Pant tIn FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
NI laotian. OwtaRR bomi, .,_._. dlipotiiporauot U4 Hoar JtrvUel '

SILLS MASS US AN Qfr Itttl tlooro mo.toncod 1231,.nt.NR tuldown MttlPint. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY ;; Pay Your Moving Bili |S0

1711144.krrMOO Everything is not S.W. 11th ST. U.S. HWY. 441

Merrill purchase, bttoro J... Ill y (Within 100 Mile Radius of Gainesville) A

Low down .poymont, oioumo "piy. Butler Bros. BUILDERSCOMPARE
menu Ilk. asp, lllr NI nthWW. NEW andTROUBLE.FREE

MuttipIl Realtor ListlpsPtai :zy MOILLUR RIALTOGUniv. _; 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes, All City Conveniences. KIf

Pili liSPS 11" W. A.... Pili 4.4171P5AMI
G.E. Built.ins. Terms To Suit Your Budget.
_, ....... canplat.iy" rw...-:
Mircell PastS I IR, LR DR. kit sod
05. M. BuckhonnM ....... loonto ft. comer lot Small. !

(),Mil- Sotundsy_ down Pt,. PR peymtnt.Hi*. 'M tt llrd It. in a brand new home. I L I HUGH EDWARDS INC. 376.7971 R

T..... bas.m, 15mm ,lass, ,
} ...... 1ft .... I.. THESE HOME VALUES 3
SiUalll. 5&SbISIMaSS.. sausasad Move Now Before : N.C. 15th STREET and 28th AVE.
: REALTY = Th. J't...:::
BEDROOMS f ktmi new the 111I ,
J. P....... Ctntrtl Moot. Nice HolidaysALL !
.. .1....* with I7M down.

:; Down 4 Lew men M* per

.-Mat H issla'tone 4 Jon Ine., 1 SI 4 *vnt lllm Now Open WOOD MANOR BEFORE DECEMBER 31 I Attention VeteransYOU

Hsmtast.ad .-"..... AND SAVE YOUR

I 11I I baWl Htm In NorlKwetl
."*. BI'* faulty mm 4. $12,250 up __ '- SHOWN BY AOVANCfAPPOINTHfigilT CAN MOVE IN BEFORE JAN. 1ST!
,1111 In '1_ Csnlral tIneS. TIle ..._... a.. rMty fir 011J3'P..UnIV.A. \.'
wrm oKolltnt' tmtncing Estates ....
\W DowN $400 DOWN FHA -
.T2. S.W. I5t WoyCmirry L.I hem tor Wt hove several
NOTHING DOWN VA 1'.55z' ; 4 B*. 4bvllllt completed homes which will be eible"for! homestead .
TItle -'art. Ni. Club btotel
= :
as.snrsS "\c : : c....*... kulfl Ii.s.e pea $100 1 Closing COlt 4 BR. X* KHM. ng. PI:. 55151, -... .. laimly exemption If they con be occupied before the I ht.
: paclst. loIn
p5.5, LR .05 "" ..... 1115. .'- as =.. =- :
aromaS IS.autoro'
panS shod ladrasnus. No. ;:: :. ::
...... JUTt4C4down4S7lotr $ vr16 v... _........ k''_ In soon an'
loovtlrulry wWW Mrv ,
nek tuo 4 ..... I* ou.ll- loin I FROMJ MONTH .ocnon, snog on end in, "psbly. air cosdlntwal aSm.mffi Then homes range in price) from $12,800 to $17,800 In
...,.. PER 'W. dotoal aaplPanOOl.owsildirlulsIN5r
All City <.nv.. toMOMMty flnoncM orr_ IssalalIty lor silo macsi most different sites. Monthly payments from $74.74 to
FOR CMRIITMAII. Move I 115011 5554 last,,,.? 1stIIOOHW2SNP
.. ,.11. .'L tfmtrior'tho Mtifc I N. isuallIlladsPIattwsaU $. Massaospnas.lp-Lalss. $109. :
'* balmS
4 sans it. Homeiteid ...... an .. I pro_>tmoW 13T_I 1tr-n... ......*
_"!ell .. ..... Ftohrnt 1.- is Ossnan : 4 BR. Brick Front Celatilali. Now :: ..:.:"' _
1 IR _lie OR. Fornlry' ......* 0* MM belt I fit1I'hill'.1 1ISN.W.Ia..5t. lYou will have the benefits, of all services large lots and the
chwmi ". Big expenence -
with Mo of .W. w. Shoot I Price, $15,825. $625 ananI't' Norwood
eotlnknchen..", oven ..."with' .....built..,. C*'M+ Iw* _lit Soon *t N W. 11 :.: ..:.:... of Gainesville's oldest and most successful builder Com out

hoof 4 Air" _1".1..*. gig, Ao05uss. I .'.utbld.. Hope today and let's see if we con't make this finest Christmas with
..* oft. gorogo. Aik 'g to* DIRECTIONS Drive West 16th Ave. Turn I your I
:, :M* tend worlh illS : ell
*' brand home &
by Kirkpotrick Pierson.
St o new .
AN OFFER 4 hove Your WALTER STUBBS Left en 3tH St. er 39Hi Terrace. f" :nt ", "HInc I
1111 renewed .H Stun OasIS i .Ve Trade Homes

FMON, Inc. t Property
Butler BrothersBUILDERS
: 378-1521 Phone 376-5394 Mer10 JOV IRgiNd oo YOU AWYTIME TO .If..

...,Ior M..... .. H_ S..... YOU *1l JUST CALL.
loMltor. AMOtlll "We trade kou.i" DAILY I7MJ4J NIGHT I7 -'04I tH IE *M STRfEt Sells Office.-NI 13,. ."'d. fr 11th Terr.-372.347l
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f r 45 FMml.ri.dApt*. 52 ........ W.nH4raomi 64Iran. ) ......). Gods lIS Miss Fr S.I 73 Mmlcol MrcltitiMcordlon I) orrmobili tor Sale ;... ..50505511. ... __. .'..,',.,...OOOOO00OO4601SURPRISE ... .. ..... .. - - '

) EFFICIENCY APIS.IS AND IOAlD'CT335.; ftPb51TUs '1i111100M.1. -'''.'. IH IE I,.. doll clthsg NoII'IY IMPORTED IIn"'n 110 bIas. 00' 1103 AUITINThAt1Y'IPSlTL
MOMHorgoy med' ......., homo CM* lIlIes. ... ..... Saeo Street.c. rtglMl' ",lei. SPIced Owe Pool Plod *nd Whllt, with I low 511150550 .*0505015." Mon IIMoe .1
I ft_>. Ito ,4M_ ."..' ... .... blosoe.oAoo moO. comm.rclol, AUo.. LIII. lllWttyoo. eooo tin. Call Vl-ltt or w* II 05 3525 11'1 11111 II P110501PS
< 2)1 SW 2nd Plot|. boo ....... Monthly poymonto in-4511. _tH " 5 5..,__ 1-3114.
IRAND-NIW 1 M APT II10. McOonloil Pumfctunt .NOW. II" IICYCII Novor bas tIll 'ALCON f.d" ...,Ie S .....
Alr-condltionod 10 tlooro, _, till,ft tumltur botht. Only i Si OHici-Dnk SPK Co. Oolnoovlllo Ihool I .5 ......... Horn Hjhlt, boot Clip.UI. AutomotiveMtwcy 5'. 1501.. Joftw' tic,.... SI 1"J'.IIf. i

I mlmM from umwrtity M MIlost. II eases Browning put*. In coio Coll 371-401 otIs 4PM.Phono .
N. dlIdrwl or J.... 550ml. FOR RINTTSOTO T. ol OHltoopoco I .... Oil. Konmor out*, dlllvwoinor. WOOl FOR hAll. ......1 15115715sarastsot Must "L lIP "' ....". I Or.IlIrdIslo :
Call aI.,01I llavM "..- JOT NW ltd 1$. cm ro. lorn Mod wry llmo 50,11 ...... U .. t>>,..*.*.. OSlO leod. 11100. .tlS I
.. Ito 5' 111D"IC. -_ KI omniont eon. Von rooton- h boil .piwn V*
_I.. 'III.II co< or lIter
..... Vo-OtO 1 orr26Trr,......"" lDO i1I i: 'tt.H .
ITUOINTl-l M t.d tllcl**> S P 15 C S AVAllA' '_ J.v t "'_ U llngl oloctl, OJdoukio l0511f115 t1S. pSonnVStl II... ....
.. ..vlloki tw wot trims OIlsnIo CII hoof 5 5 -c. PUSNITUII..Chslro, 11." oocniCotloo oiock. OHM compw kit 50010.31.. Shell PS 4.1401. PONTIAC .,... (, SIll '13
..'. Pnono 17M40I *nr f P.M. eli tn"' Calf LsesllesSelf 07, IMxo. Ui Choi. Ill loSs, 4 only let moro kioormonon.YOUNO 170-1511 or 111-_ .", lookuto Ill Lp. _I'. $11ml PONTIAC olrolgnt k tilt tilII

1 ROOM I (II... ...... IR. kit.. M'ft) 'RlSHl".r....* eloIse won 371.1014....1-, 137 DoN. 117 "m"U. Ipond Ihol Chrlotnu ITOPl tnpnoy M Mppllonc ,..." UP nyonsola. 111.11 5lS. 0* 4 It. Al H.._ SorvkO It.. I

fuqMM01 ..... sos 1.5. 11- lor ..... Upitolra wIth I .,.1.. tor HI,.. W._. Pi II' dO. tl IUNIIAM with Ford *ngm* THEM WITH
.... ...... 014115 enl.,. .. ...... .511. IsO ono _.tor. hootlnf l-A-6 AfPLIANCISlOttoO UPI Rofrlg 111 uo Orvor. 141up 14 AUTOMODLI HtfAIRJ bolng imtoUMI will bo Ilkotunnoom
." N' 11ft It. and olr eondlllonliif kirn OH on* Ouorontooddl liprrt opplloiK ropolr. A-l TIQIR1 Oro Mtli>* .
....... oomini SIlo. nollobto Morngorororo tram 13* up HANDYMAN SHOP PM HIM l M.a5 poll now. Coll M IKttLtovln I
PROFIUIONAL woman. _.Pnono Nonmort ....... PR t-UOI. Rongoo from l. up H'" ""' car -
to oubM .tunponilwiy UNDER round bobbin ltflporlooio. WIN1IRIli0 NOW ; n"I
KM n* bodroom 17 Wovnoro from Sit V. country, mutt Mil lid
to lImits poroon noorCnl I.CURIT" 11110 DING I 0.- llerns.0I Mulppod 1 t* Hi log lit me no.ee h.no'ap deet.lIAAtPow55b PONTIAC ONNIVILLI H. ... *
.l PI.. owi J.... londnom .. II" W. UnlVWUIy As 51,11 CadS Pnwlpmoisse Oreee ill asI mooINrl0w -...... ...., $115. "" M010. Co. ISO ....... lot... WISe' ..,..*. 9
*. sad. phono to box OilO Offlco Air cuna.. st.co 01- Wale, 0* YOIIITV toncy ""d',,. 4 poymonlk, lal N. Mote' II. 0.00 "'I. 101 fool trronty
..,. ..... III....... ...... por
.lnotvlll 55ONInI JansesitmIco bee lre.s 1. 50 W M or M Cooroo Lee 17101.\61 PR -HO tllpr I P M1tl7 .
III urn. dupio .... t.. tor ........... C.II PS alasen JIM "OYlIl APPLIANC5 co. towing Mpckln. Co. Phon* $ i A CAR .

| cooking sad _I.... prlvpl. rant PS .1011. 41* NW sloe Avo.Pti.LIAN 311-1300 4114.' IS rmbill lr }.!. DODOI 4 Door CasInos solos, PI Royol. Miniknmodlololy itonokluo loll

.iK Me* ....,_.. Cold wotortumloftod. NICI air condltlonod oMIco won C mod rot,___ loroolo I AUTOMATIC woihlng' machIne U2> 1411" NM MlAn
M wwil chiwroit or let ...... IM ol nil N. MaIn sad otovoo trootort It ....... guorontood to work US I 30.. fit CHIVHOL1T I ... itond- .. 1T4-I<4> .H.-r I.IS .
pot."It.- ________ It. Con Untvonlty. Rooily, JTV .... PIPAIM WORK ON ALLMAKII. HI ITS sac nntod wolf halts old pnilt d door PMIW. (Iso,
_.351.. COM PIt ..300t. with Ihornxulol in. StreSs lcd run* woll. UM, See ot IlllNI -,... > Spwt Con i
.,... |
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47 H..... H MOVING miot wll soIl. coos
I 54 1'.1.... Rontob ..... 55 5500 5 eftll. WI WAN1 TO buy lots modW mod
I 1959 ",,
&M1TA P I laOs. LoSe 'ron'. J. JI. onolloncob It ... ROOOPMNO rotrioofoHv*. l.topilonoiiy, Hign"wiLSOrTs'tXCHANCE ...
houo**. ..... kit., screened T11ro.i I WAHIHDUIIwon onto Pol .NI. II A_ irt-noi Power and nr. $693. Ph. toll or trod. Alo.. ItM vw FROM
porch molars, ....... c..,.. prtorrod. *- loll John MorrHI. Rooiior.17HO4 372.3911. DAN In .brand now condllUn.Coll I,:

PHOT 011 HIT DISCOUNTI'R 111 11. lot Itroot Phon PH 4.4175. UMIU. il
SOS t* PORO 4. I Door. P4H. IT I.. > 1.
LIA1I ".000 .... II. ItorobulWIni CLiiii' TAKE OVER PAYMENTS on6S .
1 $HOUI' ICES UIIII VACUUM Ira doom Ropoooooood v-l )7. : N. .
W. Uald.
055. Perfect PrlcoMOO .... MGB Cttndl (
Ardw PS In
t.scstad as WrfKt
40 P"rd 4. Ooor.. SOIl 11 lIt .
lor ff1511 ....37_
ID MASOIN 1I+1SU For Information call FR ( ( 1'

41 HMMI for list Upturn.LAP.SI RAND NIW ollln or itoro ollhplonty FURNITURE CO. 6-0190!
M .....Int. HO NW lothAvo. NW mi AVO. ot ietn it. MUST SELL 1955 Plymouth _ !

rB.d,0015.. 105.0110 ..Iftl"no 111 per "'". Shoes PR II fl. PIIILCO( rei,.. sad I 0_ SINGERSLANT.O..MATIC cheap Call 372.2302. i.esd iT$..lL.....11..1..1.. 55101 Hlllm.n CIII Dl MIs II'oitod. LUG : ;

dosS'S 50550$, 50055 iSO r0r15. 254 .... 'Ioc". lull .... 105150. 55V.5.50101 *tt., 5 PM. COII ft tUIO.miUMPH ;
...Iar. hue "_I.. 1m NW SMALL *oro....... tor ronU oIls tumod 0110. _ _
ill II. PS t-tJIS. C... III WOll 411 NW lOIN Loss. Appro. 7 .... old dose some 'Ittl IMPALA CHIVROLIT 4 TR 1 ItM. lOaf .nglno.OKOllonl .
mini' with put ...... MoSs bultannoloo. > One, | cyl. AT. R4H AC. ,I.I' condition. *M *t WI4HW
I IK 0...... nko nolgh. 376-8268 WeSTINGMOUSBRI'ttlCIRATOP. boltono bimdhomo '.'!. Joe onytlm .... t h 05 llth Ayo. 1H-40U
_. ..,.... m OHM on _
110 Posed mo.loo T_ Ill NW 14th It. 101.7100.'II .
U Clio ft. Hi tood condition otc. Poy boi ol HM ort 'M RINAULT DAUPHINI door,
Ion. onornoon only.1IH
Ml. or
H tlrd ton. 56 lulinotl OpporluniHt* $30. FR 2-6200 ...o up My_ ol 17 por mo. SUItS IPECIAL Ilko no..r4l.. good ohopo v ry roooonob Con MOTOR CO
D.41I call wrtlo Jimmy Cnvby goo mIles. It 4 H, oil _". Prkwl bo soa.s4111t45 Itth L4no.KARMANNGHIA '
I tIDROOM. CCI houw, I1M NW WONDERFUL Oulln.ll "" ..,,,,nlly TWO 5010 1A1L55 .ND TWO Oon. D.... Oolnnvlli, luChoin Vole moss. 1,45,1 olehO let l964AC.
1 Grd) A_ Phono ".. KBJJ. MI 7 ocroo ol slId with on oitiwiovod loAM. MAY .1 SUN AT '10.01.SUWLINO'S I .. 'cll lolo. Phono inrair.Hit .
per ......... bu.,..... lorvlco ototlon." ..... 300100511100755.IASGAINSI U'HlJIIIU S7C'Hivu.iiwy ii'Kii RIM toilo rocllnln _I.
..11".0 ; PR H054 Pltpr I lord *o kon i.IH1 I
lor trIll
I hoot, built-in- .. low is U. No tt0.llo .
I ID. I baths conl. Konmor woonori "' 0000 .10. cars 55* C.ld 5.
1 kltchon cbroorl on.* otorog* court locollon. All (or oulck' tolo.Would PW Punk bodl mnoreprlng motfroooooi duw% low *o u por monlhProo 55 "lOlI AtA ROMIO lOws r. ""II"
or... tor rent UN par mo.Phono comldor rlghl kind oftroM. Ingllon tmoi doMi criD. oitHnotoo pickup pnd doHvory > ::701501r105- eVIl now HIM Cell I* Cook itPI ,
,II ..3126.t .. lolllni duo It Illimi olMrnor FP. 4M. .....1eO. All owrk .......- SlOw Aipno.IT .
MARKHAMI. MclnMh, O"T tood ..Pnon 31."..,. MIILMAH MINX' good mlsh.IVIcol
IK. llv. room dining room, ,". condition., liTllporlng
.11...... Otpoood In SacS porcli.I .. <5 Anti.uo* NOW YOU con IsleS cook I.* with wlml WIlt, *r, oodon, pood Aul.rnokdot WontOd1 I,
W per "'". all NW 22ftd "v.. VERY lUCCISS'UL IINCLAIRKitlon OAI Pud III* GAl lANOll, VOd _llroo.j.boil sloe, ,R MM*. ,
Coil OcSIs, 629-11"- tar IOOM ...... tins 'NTIQUU I sIasa Am."un III....... PPII "llh our IP ImooTT" .... .. ...... ,
flat' holp ovolloblo. Coll PR f ... oorvlco In oxcollonl 81, M 01 ompwi. til down I 1151 CHIVP.OLIT ... CARS W.N'IO .1,
Many doughnut' homes let rent olPOUDVCI 1151. condition._ A borgoln ol II U. MrS.CartOon. N, twm noolnltli). I WMlo owe *io<.k "'....... V.., 4- 4. ChIY........ .1 ....
461-3003. ..:.= AI000s 54. 5$ 4.0105IA. !!"'."' /""""' _LI" .u"""". P*.1 l, PIt _'Ion. III I'_ilh.. ....!!:.-
ASSOCIATE'S. INC. ,...... or ,II ....... 61 CADILLAC SJ.s. 620LDSMOBILEHrd.lea
SIALTOS ONE OF 'STOP ANTIQUES P05 SALt ., liD t molt food sendI20.HIcltalo,14. WANTED- .
171-1230 .. Hock & Dotkor Oil IMPALA V* ".... 50.11,5713.
$14 W. Unlv. 5.UnIv. FIVE .Antlqun. loohilnoAce.and th* ovorllow Olnouionold 4100 II... tow. ....... tut: NW AIM,, list SI| Comlno V4. olond.ohill Oon uwd can Coil Fadory .!,. botn. kltchon urn. .,
a IR. 1 Corvoilo motor, .. 3500r7tt0IIateswsIh
Jrd Ass. 1170, Ittlt.WilCOR FR t-TUI
PU. .ASS. P110111 11..17Of .".. kilo IMngi_.11"rowlllng.nouoo..rrommovlo Will -;monorol;: P-C; ;; 10.'. .. tu-IOJI or 4M .Bob Adams. ., power window* Cud itatt, brilliant wht! and rod. $OfQCPowtr

I lorvlco lIstless "..II.bl. loon ..II ono ol two onllqu* bodroomoultoo. with ono ,....".,. motropolllonOporo. SHOW whito. With the loving on steering . AMlJ
0 IR I both, CC horn, .....lIy I. llbor fnoplo connon Ill Coll Ills. 4 '.M. FRWJ4J. 0015053 RANCH WAGON .Al GAINESVILLEAUTO
L room. noor Llttlowood' ......1. IIUI AVERAGING toll rap* ..... .....1 SI droworo. Oooroo Hock, 5'. cond. aIls "...., lb H, 1001 thii car, Santa can lot lots moro
por "'". Phon PRM4l .r poofioi olc. t Mid wolMit' hIgh hoodpoor mlloo coil ownor U300: now, will SALES toko nico $
:ICW NW 34tn Tor.HR8I bod wIlts kuroou .... Myro. SINGERAUTO loll tor tltot. Collin SHt. I toyi ar S OCQC

bodroom. I both unnimlih.tpd 900 Gallons old Mono mod I non d ;.> CHIV. ..' C....: 311 (nglno, 1007 N Mil vacation trip s SO &J7J
1110 per .....ft. Irmnodloto qullto T'....... curtoln rod for ZIG ZAG ,.,Itocllen loInS toon poworgllo .h,.* FR 2-tlll I
ARNOLD RIALTY po doS with no CredIt on bookt. _lei at I wlndowo OH P4l"t-- Florkkl
J on floor, R 4 M, now rvtbor Northctntrol I
11tI55ttcY. Oolnowlllo AIM'InIcos vicinity p rooldontlolroo4. kt on* of !no., otc.aivl Roo< ..... 5505050001 No ..._.. hood.od. roe actual "' ".. ton ....... 60 OLDSMOBlLEsaV.

: 37t521.t.11I Writ lox 440 A, 0>or*. AN Heirloom torChrlttmoo Porwi with Sold trod lotto troop and tlnonc*. Call. In-Mltolor londsp.ooclinl o..ler I ,
1.111 VIII* Ivn t w* will coll VOl/l' trem lOP ooloo lip ..... pi U mo. pr My Pol-' I.10 PM. ,
: : =I:1. '
Ii I lion of Antlouo nimltur one* ol 170. Writ Jimmy Ceo WILL VI IWO TRUCK owilpotd 1 tar alr-eonditlanino. alaetrkwindowt
012101.055. sIll brOw-bras.' Ntol NIlP11511111,1 .by Oon. .. Oolnoovlli. tVIMOO. Junllng, 4 Do* low oullt' on 60 CADILLAC M'; Factory
D old. eomfertoblo nnr down 215.1, lOt HW $
pio' 41 Wonted Out Iron nnlrolo. i
to utl |o*
toon Goinoivllli, UOM 10th Av,. Pi>ono PP .-.. .2Min. ._ iipo.iioipo ilngor '....DI.. _|41 NI inti Aol onytlrj, BARKLEY and full 1 395Meteos
1r.c nJton1'i . .
REALTOR isotonic
j MARY MOELLER COINS 01AN115"Al Sal.fJN1IlUALILI"ttIiW"TlI.) 2.g log and .lIoc_'" round It5> PLYMOUTH- Factory oyt.

SlOlO W. UnlV. A... PR 0-4471 U.. lad totttgn. lllvordollorl 66 leo bobbin trt orword. ond ro.vono .u..lle ',""sml.."", iliad I ... Loc.I. on. ow,,". Sold anditrvlcid

iN HaMPTON1 fl. I 514010001.ftoIn orool Mil ond IMI .. ovor pIne .... _.... M ."..... 131I. MOTORS po. I & G. l c,ptlanollynictcar.
pt mo. Pol. M Nollpnpl wwlngMocnlno by
hall dolloro.kllCl
bltchsn.ve. both S CM Odd AololK woopono, 051 '
hot w..., hoots.. 540 50'. 511.let.tr. STOMP 4 COIN SHOP Ingl curloo.! colloctod on Wootky P11,0171.1333.1NOES Co III" W. Univ. Avo. 1154 Mo.- ... II. ...... I "IM TOO AUTO GAMllARKLIY'S Toka the trip to gt.ssdoIstlost's
M. I.. 101I.11.._'" H.... OM W Unlvortltv Amtl > Rootovolt .......IIIen.. SPOOn 505r. ars p1100 SlId '1,. will THI NAMI" ;
let,. I'll. dolly Including lunoovt until _... modol towlnmochlno. ,.... fIr SI' 11515,05015" 511 1._ 2201 H. toils it.FR Souio In styli $2095
Mnkliiory > T* kIt 10 W P M. Ml NW till II. Phonoinoioo 11t-'.... fold"! dooi.ni. PIl.v '7"114i and camlort. . MERCURY
49 ..... F*, Rout .ole, MM pr cloonorlupply. MWmontnly. S. 111 ISPOIS YOU '"Y 2-4171 62 s v.a.
V. 0 0 0 m
GtAVElYllaaIad w.1Iay "' I ANION IHOI
COMPAC oowlno Mortilno. UooMo .
tics qaT.flwo. 1 m.Factsladoi10. ovcollonl cond PR j hoator automotlc -
0 rotory ptow I noodt ltontlpn, III. U u. vlolln > Alll* 141.0 ,radio $1395
or butlntu ponon Innor coringmottroio. 0250. Croltimon ir' Rodlol; HW liaise" ....... loaM nwItlll HWY .4I NorthMlgn
bow Sod uto oood ployingcond
(roo g.,... ovolloblo.Phono WMblnot li numorouo ottocl. M corlon, M" iMdlo helen' torlngo 4MI44I57tXDG tronimlnlon.'
M 44040.PURNISHEO monti ....,. ......, 1131, dli.j55ttsr IIS PR 441'SIPICIAL rololli tor Ill tl will toll let -
4 JO PM. IALI. oiolooo l> porHundrod 11007. 37l1tltTIN Vu.
homo room wth for tit ronl prlvllrgolPhono In prUvoto 50010155015151.05011. POOT houllng trollor. l.ctl.tonl C.._ II.,., .._ 111010,0, P5 ;Ie 64 OLDSMOBILE I
.4 HdwohoW 6oWo rootod lolvodoro AlIbI Nurfr P't. 57001 P5 I-IllS. -
PR 1-1411 ottor "M.. >iod, lrcondittonlna .
i iin .", lorlolon. 443UOI.THI tor houllng Mmlttir w ---- Coup. Factory .
13770 bolero PM otc. Prko HI IncluOM tog. *"'dPrko ItM P050 torn Sport
-REFRIGERATOR-- PUFICT CHRIST MAl GifT *>l bKlutfM log Ihir. (-Door, ol4nord ohm Rur.0 oodIJJO. buckot ShIPs au-
COSNSSiOOMtessWolttt G.... tpr ojH .Notur. ulumn CoIl P* I-W04 .. Galoila Soaon.
II..., uonl55 5500. .31.1m your 'In SoIls ond cnnttructod Col or M
led, 1M.>.lroblo locotlon.5504 "rill" NW IJd 'd. PS HilliS hors mink 011. M'l voluo' only .".. 0 om. lH-nt. Arcnor.CAP.PITI MILLER.SROWN. toni ayo cruiia control power 61 1 FORD olr-cofl-
ll,. alit N.*. 1HH PI.. r* I.slog. @ Local> 0'", Factory
PDono FR 40077.NICI SOIl COLO"ID ltd IM lea CM bo boon.IHul 43 dIlly 401 Idoor omoolo'ir winoowi and ....t.
CONVINIINT room In ,rio PLATFORM ROCKER It you wo llu Lvltro Ronloloctrle 4-lpood ",_I...... SoIl / J._... WMr.Solda-di.rlcodbyB&0. ditloninfi, V.$, fawar itoorlnf.
II. McDonlolPurnlniro _'., PI I !pg ..coll.... condt.Hon. _II 1
sills PROJICTOt Anicontotlc ohompooor 4122
Sloe homo. U wo* (30: 'h. HI. 17t0tllivIN smooth
Mon onl,. tot" N.'. till AvoPhono Llko now Vood lIe lOan Mhouri. Co, OolnMVlllo IMp> 1 ownor. Coll PR I-Hit .... NW Uth St. llittd M* fOP IS.WJ10'. A vory 1395 ),
ploco dlnotto Ml, SOIl ..... ... It 4 'M,
31.3101."U.NISHII Cool IIM,: oolt tor M, ping c"' .
trie SIms, 075f sod rorrlgorotor, _coii 172...' or inaooi.AINTIR. cV RII oT"oir"ondltlonor, uVoT, :3l ci lv. tms& horOof di. ill .4JS2 warianty. 5 % $'JQQI C-- >
) ROOM with kllchoiiRrlvllrgoo. SaL loo 01 MOI Nt 10th Torfoctt I
At bus lino and con.ytnionl motornlty. ....hot .tM Corry Vlllogo, I Ir opl. ilL P* Mast sill. loll, .ste .... I GMAC financing. 077**
to town. Phono t'HIT. *. AUTOMATIC WAIMIR. 0Mllonl 12. II CD It upright trooior, 01oloc. by. crib U child cho t ol trowon ko Ixrlllto. Phon Ptl 0lTboWN II I
condition m NI HI II ronao. H). A boHilnollo H. ,...... 1710/201. 411$. -
CLIAN i WARM, AND OUIIT room Priori FR 6.3351 .00. PIece in.0017. ;c... levI, ..Ioct,1oft..or. "" PAYMENT PINANC.ID COWPLITIAUtOMOPILl

with "lovotory otudont. C In_NW. ft portion hIlls, 174OC04 lormnlo 0. I. opt ilio rtrlg.wooMoyl A TV ottocnmont lo |f.aof Iho IfiKH ....11'. 5.115. tIp..olt.CIII .. II IB). ,Ittt Chovy ._. I I RIPAHIOwollty --

_o" ..t Slit. .III. Now let you. Soon to Inotoll.PJogular 171 7041IUP. _ M eH. liHllvlduol .*_. .Col. II I "'4* Cmi IisvJt.p
500 polo 04tl (hrll'"," op*> ... .oral ovonkw I, w. .ltt' PPKII 60 MERCURY .
RIOIR o .I boord. 0 I" P* *"' H'irde .
31 Mr.. I....bIKAILER .: "'t,1I 3'''''''. clol' prko HtSIM O'vlllo. Aid.PROMtl. collpnl oondllMn n* ....... lilt.tin WMvdayLftUCHIY$1T42 I ANVWHOIISOUTHIIN 63 OLDSMOBILE
N. Moln HMrlnf 6
MOVING annel soIl GO rslole. 050SI Ifi im I air.conditlonlnf. olrandltlo.,. Ucalonaownarcar. I
..... .
SAC ... 5000 5511. PS J.7JJ1 11100 55501 05.01 Lumry Sodon. Factory Factory
SOS PONT oltor I:M P M. P sOY-I poll I...... I 110", It Fuol OilFIREWOOD W..... ...11_ lilt. pnpno PR 4411'tl AUTO full powor tilt $995
$351100150Nneb.rry 179. bars wopoo ocoolor. *o>, Polo VI llotlon W.ge.o;; loloo ionic* .
Trollor Park WI "AVI 0500150Cia' loin tor ,,,110. fhon* 7I-'U4 ooodod win o "owlle''. ,,. .. IWO hsnllure so4 solo. j PM. REASONABLE HUSO phon 440-IIH, 'nm 0. LII'
An/l_ ki pur .nn locollon. R. PHONE FR 637J5IAROA Nlronspy. ".. I' Sold and ""lc.4 by 6
I et HOMIUll tow with o tnkor.
'1. W...*. T* .... MaMa U..III_loMo.ond... .d...otplolKI. 'i50 d let Sal, /11111 two KM ortrooo h'ro Si 1.._ Wood-dO end 50. -. .. ,, than 21.000: Ir.o ", II... Still III l
let tor. Coll I *4-JJll: MKKINMORI 1fIIJ__
\o\IANUO\ nll J U ,.,nll... ...'. .0.*"'Ito..I.. .1100500. Modorn MaSoony VKolnut chlnoChrlotmoi look. PMdo IxoKlor IN ", al.TII. .U lulck "oc" 4 door ...do factory WOlPS0$ Sorry, Sonta,

5' ft..... ,,."1.. J.... I. aI51ItoOlInnedille dKorotlont, .... omoihouwnoid AutomolM tig with- ). P* 0-H71 Ins. PhIl h. "**.. con't frado I In ,.lI1d.., but ax-
wa ,laspiolsIH.rdt.p
COil 314-4401 10$
or' "M.ViiiTlNO area. Homo.. Noorly N. PIt.- .tI.._.., Monogonv cobMotioioo PINS PIISW000 II, snIp $4105MELlON WE'VEGOT dolivory you CROWN
.. i"IJ for 62 .
Site 11000.I. ; c.pt ,
towing bonch. '71. pnno O.noO'tI 005 he rd.' C. .
Protoilor ond wlfo ... .. NW 101ft A.. PhenS PIt 1.dill. 0. MOTORS I IN I air ,"od.I."d
1111. "51105 I'' Lamler 0051Ponodrt3l5Cprp thai
172 or '' park epon
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'.29''" ADVERTISE IN THE C..III... 70 Io4to..-M .. ld"I<,. comfortable Itathor. factory .
WANT. rent pooIUs lor 10 Is I. UI 1965 $3095 crulto control sided '
001110 lit W"'h SIll SO $sSIy. In town. 2695
PR I-,!,". DIRECTORY I korooono opoco ....", Ot .... top tkl rl*. our viow mirror,, I with ...."... . .
l 0.05101. wIlls 00500 tolls, 1500. opoodomotor ond Iroiior. 40 HPMorwry POOLE.CABLE
.111 10501 4 seems P11051 11. woe olorl mm oontrolt FORDS
..,.. konory ond SOS ,..... Phono 375 MOTORS I II

FOR RENTSPACE .ARlI' 5555 dell SOPhIe w.
05 Slat' 55 ... or IOAT hoovy ...........111 k..CAl DODGI.DART I READYTO OLDSMOBILE 31r'H.rdt.p \
Pp.055 rigood let on ohoro Oportotlohlng. TR'JCKS I 63 Cst.lin.
= PS I-ISIS. .
i AVAILABLE IN THE -5ONIILIIVAILU Phono P* 17111 It* If Itl AM. ITI4MVoluo Sotian. Factory air-con 64 il.dlop

Mow .... 4 choir It *). ,,._
: ...b.rl IlL U... ...*. olo.oot 71 C4m,-N.* .'"'' DELIVEROONT ""1011111'. tiM wKaol powor ittorInf. Sicfon. Holly |ro.n. Alr- andl.

CAROLYN PLAZA :. t"* .up.,Dotlv.clmlotlni.. nootoro HI 550.. 40I0iS0I50 II .... .11 I- Rated powir. b...... laaiitiful tlonof. fowor ,t..,. II

WILLIAMS SlaVIC COSTS, AD.L. Or.. yen, rib cirno Cmp\ and bIle with 3095
( Acroii From C.'pull) ltlu.ow 00. 111-57?. Coot | ",$. II por eont pit Used white $2795 ,lso. end .ro.... .

. Diractly IIIM'NOTON'Ito' r PR MOM don, PS IIIT7 HI""M. Cars DELAY a.luio Interior. .

1620 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. plo Monool Undorwoo .*.. Calf' 110105105 i P' Is. SOIl 11 501 le&c
I trnr kofor d ,.M. wookdov 511' sl055 II 1ws. 550405l MOTOR CO. SEE 'EM TODAYSHAW ,
Oils. WII ...... CodMI.4 ,
Old.mo.il.2COI .
! MCCULLOCM CHAIN' tAwt, no.ox 56'nl sow. Vlml, NW lib It. i

! .1010. Mvof Powtr Tool, ___
CONTACT 110 NI loHl A.0t 71 OtllC. Iqslp'uIoI I
>* Mime lor loltor Tool ,
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: REIZEN LIC. 0.505 tryor tU. loo I
E. M. go 10501100. 15015115. 550501 &
trvor 171 o"w 4 grl"* w won *. t* I MM doom good IPII* TIME
IM. I. C AIIM coon "loSer 111 cpp'oo 11I---. I
P. 0. Box 14002 FR M9IO *llldll OOl 020. CMot ) *rpw*>0 looy to pporot. : FR2-141I
111._4 It.,...MIlt. 415-Ill.choki tow 131.p .* Hmor pollS ond 054 0 OSO10OMS.y.o OM*. KEETER :

Cwctot -..- Mutt bo NIl jrttyOt
__ to 055 5055 MvISrW.iaIOcI07 Ulli....." ChaaslPI.M0iW.4.5fllAI... 231 W. Unlvoriltyrkotia i

SERVICESHome *omnotrotwi. Ont 50.05155 0>W 555..n FR -5J7l I

too* *. Contort W 0 liwroolo.m II I
Oele.eeIIld ho. P0t375 ''''. SLEIGHS WILL GO

n M.oI' M..1OI4ioenUUTlI'UI. + + 11 + f + + + 0. + I

And Business oftl.... slaO'VhIte NO SNOW.
Slots 511060 50500Mv WHEN THERE
I Scee 0.4 .
..... .... CIII 554.54 64 PONTIAC, 4 dr h/t loaded, $2995

WPTt- SIN'-,...;;;;pry....-0.50 i '64 ANGLIA wag like, new $1445

Mortojo Irokar Ro.linfGaraf. __Sasil, 1911 NE'7'" St. '63 BUICK Riv., full equip. $3295

5110. 01551 __. Coot 5.5 _. CHEVROLET !; 58 PLYMOUT'1Powof
** por 515513ACt car* miorool.151T rooms tlUV Co S.. MARRLU.IS ill'. .l lor 500. html 11,7 64 CORTINA, 2 dr., ROM . $1495 ,.

some.- IUILO so IIPINAIPCI ,., .. -= 11501 to -.WITN.. *. mo hd lION.T.......$ MOINGS '63 FORD Country Sedan, Mor with stick $995 lliorltif. 395

CON IMe 550 II 51 lu005aSOcei R&H PS PB . $2395 iKiff.'
,It .n. air .
Dos Byrd Poll. J76-JI75 0.0000(50015.5L1ISDA ,

'' '" -- di DoortTILIVJSION ,
:: looms : : 5S N SO' 01-lIt 'I I
055.5 . . .
nsest wel ..- asoms 55 is 62 PONTIAC cony. $2195 I
_....- CoO _.... 510010 0000 SPC100 laA FkmmondOrcians 62 RAMBLER
01ilU0Ct.: 5.5555 ..._ I SOw'5 63 COMET 2 dr., economy car, $1395 .....i,. '
II 5. 01. 0. ..... .t._ _, CoO ...... 61 FALCON 995 I5i.dttiloli.
I AM. 5' 151W 4 .. '62 CHEV. conv., V8 .... $1295 h..t". Air. 1 2956OFORD.5795
Ai'2I 5. r.-'I .
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If.. SI UII" :::. PSI il1.5I I Thl *n* on* ow* Kononiwidl CVfo CRANE MOTOR CO. I
-. 15 051
Auto Clou ". .. A. S .clIOIonl I_ 0tC1TV1TIi irnk U 1505 : 005500 5im45005. Ill
a a'AtI.. /tIC. im 511 5LU .500 5105 0101. _II 48 WILLYS S? $100
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Ism.n S p555 IsMAus WiNs I O>OM!pppr 0. .5 .001 5' 5.55050
I ,5'5 01110 1555 CA DIII..., .:= onCJTTTAC'o1it' .

_37O8,30..s w.A,31iR _ os Ernie Tortler, Rep.

Auto is ::.....sofes:= jTJE7sflissstis,. n v. Men..5'oo' Aton Music Co.

tquiprnotit .- II 55115 ioml di -. 501. 01 Old 001 -e55 ti SABBATH-
3ISI 1- P010 .5111. ON THE
-, i $ I00QO w,*r C* .... lor 055".0 -CLOSED
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uno. Cal: two Ikokri* MOM* last tom II .
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100 _ _ ,
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.:! tie,4' ,10 .K yt .T PAINTING 50,045, _toe: COMdt00 CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE
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Modern Sun Wan
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.- P. 101 : ROXOOVtOOJ > = ... asaseo _. is idlO ,
$0 1150.:: *r IMM. ,
M ... _t 01 s.sSall PONTIAC
44.5 - Is FR 6-7515
... .355. ,.-l 2001 N.W. 13th St.
$* ,1ss M. 1. ... Get Results CJ4.C Tnck Cantar
u,......, I -
$00 Mv .
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.... ml 05. -"'" ....Olid* OW t. *'" m50 ..... l. ... bi i>tvi
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"2 Gainesville SunTtiurtdoy, December 10, 19(4

, 4-'! ? tom.. FOR GIFTS FOR HER!

j RIGHTi Gifts that charm from Vndom.
I / Antiqued golden link bracelet with mock (.",.11." and f .': qJ
I lad. sal,charm.'.00; Lockrt charm to add to breealet f,
\_ N ralitd deilon with marvelous mock and amethyst; o'N'
pr t, '" : : : ;
.. ., holds 2 picture f OOj Mother charming addition
A f i.1.' perfume flacon with mokt-btlliv pearl and Jod.1.00

L- "' THESE REGULAR LIFTi luminous dial. Gold color : .
."" ..
,, rs with swap Mcond htndt and y
T 7.99 TO 10.99
r luminuoui dials. Gold color f &
''' WOOL FELT HATS ',7 k' desk alarm,automatic calendar. ,a, a
', I(.001 Snap-thottrov.1 alarm
a IN NEW DRESS-UP In brown or
i SHAPES WITH A w'r t.nlMaMsr, brown alligator a g
I ; "" groin leather, 11.00;"Clover"Swiii
; .
DASH OF SATIN ti boudoir" alarm, hand ,
J J I TRIMMING ARE A painted face. Blue, black, red
I Jt I : t r YOURS AT A :a"" zr1 brown, green, gold ton IJ.OO a

I L SALE! HOLIDAY FELTS 5.99 Jewelry Shop Street Floor x

J' I
1,1 LADIES 100%
i 1 SALE

1 .


i THIS WEEK ONLY! fD'f1 0, wms

I : REG. 45.00 p ;' CARDIGAN.

\ :: SALE, 37.90 AND YOU'LL q Y Il / .

,. Sj\


k REG. 19.99


j F ,"', SIZES 6 to 18 SELECT FROM \ SALE, 14.99

! f fr ff: PINK, BLUE, SIZES 34 TO 40


{r ADD A TOUCH Floor

r OF LUXURY"I 1 : Sportswear Shop2nd __.

[ WILSON'SIS j \ ',.
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y REG. 79.00 (4L I <

SALE 67.90 9 Iha t tt
Coat Shop-2"1 Floor f c for her... J(

\ fi t&&

NOW! 2 HOURS P 4'f '

(DEC 24th) iaN. 15.00

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Warner. ; INTO \t-A j 5.98 5.98

o .tI : tS!
(1. J i ; ;: : t b t BLACK, WHITE/BLACK,
BLUE/ECRU.S-M-L,5.98 c F
f BLUE OR RED. S-M-L, 5.98
is a Jarlng' Idea-Lycra I,,'I C. "PANDORA'S"BABY DOLL
'- 1 rc-Iiapes you in barest minimum! PAJAMAS &COAT SETS -
% 'v- Ma *: trough/ lo {&/. ly \Yarn,,'*. ,
; In colors. looVlti /
/4 \\ ( I...bees" your lip,tkl (not counlln*11.. FLOWER D. "PANDORA'S"PEIGNOIR STAR. s J if
1 / ".. a.11 lU km body
f rlrn) yet penoloa & SHIFT GOWN OF SHEER
/4i .. .....'. 4'
;x ; .d. IjllU Godlv l TU ecr.t'S a NYLON TRICOT,AQUA,
TN.. ( .. ..
.nln W(.DI.Ion--lJnl.It.IitJ.r.. .,..t l. body ell,. ..J ..yet. ,....-- PINK OR MINT. S-M-L.
uwfcaU* Try .",. _limMl InTl.iKU.! iwarly weM f 15.00E.
., '..., fi .c
bU nll. 'Llllle Cmli% by \\ f 5.9s
.re.lod.,. NYLON TRICOT ,

j 'I .:::. I .Ta_ Iop.Fj.st! .Ta'rall' abut ,.. 5.93

I :=. .(.")"iup. Warner's* WRAPPEDGOWN
f PINK OR BLUE. S-M-l, 3.98. FREE!r

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