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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
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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.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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89th Year, No. 136 GAINESVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY DECEMBER 11, 1964 NEWSSTAND DIIIVIRIO PRICE 4M lOoMflMI

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TOUCH OF CHRISTMAS Okays r
Frankie! Mazuti,
(above) a 10-year-old blind
student, reaches for San.
ta's beard in a Pittsburgh Drastic OverhaulWASHINGTON
department store. Frank.
le'a third trade class of

the Western Pennsylvania (AP) -' Sec- (rated In an expanded 550,000-
School for Blind Childrenwere retary of Defense Robert S. Mo man National Guard.
allowed to inspect Namara was reported today to
Santa's beard hat and : have approved a drastic The keynote Is readiness.

boots. t streamlining that would shift All guard units would be built
GREETINGS, PERCYAt 150,000 Army reservists and Into well-equipped, writ-drilled
9, old Percy (right) can their units Into the National outfits in condition to be used Ke
hardly see the Christmas Guard. within 60 days or so of their call rK ,. w ; t
cards he gets at Kansas Some 150,000 more reservists for cold war or limited war
City's municipal animal would be dropped Into a man- crises. ,
shelter. He' been a sort of power pool to be tapped for
self-appointed mascot at reinforcements In emergencies To this end, 21 low-priority,
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the pound for about 7 .,.i i. As a practical matter the Or. understrength and under-
ganized Army Reserve would equipped National Guard and
years, and a lot of people
who have petted him there Ii '1't. cease to exist. Reserve divisions would be
sent season's greeting >1 Backup for the IS-dMslon abolished and reconstituted ai .M
regular Army would be conceitv high priority reinforced brigades r
RONNIE'S CHRISTMAS GIFT Ronnie Joersz 4, e 2 within the Guard
\ Mandan N. D. stands in frame he throws
a walking as a It Is estimated that about UN
ball to his brother in a demonstration of his new artificial million can be saved in the first

4. legs. Ronnie received the limbs at Shrine Crippled Chil- K.- year, eventually perhaps up to 14 w ,
l
dren's Hospital Minneapolis u sort of an early Christ. $.;IO million annually. Much of
man present. His legs were amputated because of a con. this would be plowed back Into rr
ffpnHal defect. buying more-modern equipment A.
and arms for the Guard. II I
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A similar reorganization that I ,I r
L.Rti
Letters would combine the Air Force
I Reserve and Air Guard la In the
I W wt cards, but details have not been
To SantaI r
ft worked out

The major streamlining Missing Baby Found Here
FOR THE YOUNG j I second In two years stems
An 11-month-otd Hawthorne girl wan found sleep
from McNamara's belle that
AND YOUNG AT HEART the Reserve-Guard Ing beside Ink hole Thursday about 10 minutes after ,
present her mother reported the was abducted hjr a hug black .
From Santa's Mailbox at the New structure la cumbersome and -II
'"&? M wasteful. bird. The reported kldn.pplnrlater wan labeled a boat ,* T(
Post Office by Investigating officers See Story m Tag 2. (Sun *. r
It alao grows from his convict
By JEAN CARVER And, "I would like a watchif tion that there Is no reason to ;
Sun Staff WrllerThe' you think I am old enouh I retain elements that cannot be lager'Deny
..p.." In North Pole (sic) for one" Z ready with reasonable .swiftJhMS. -
often are backwards. Now and Ricky Cowart of 210 SE Slat I .... .
then there's some trouble with St., tries a little Initial flattery Barring a hitch/ the Defense
the "r" and whether you spellit "To Santa Clause (sic)," Department is expected to announce
"Claus" or "Clause." with a charming effort, "I love the controversial moves 'In Assault Case
But the 1964 missile age let you" before asking for a BB soon perhaps Saturday
ters to Santa haven't changed .gun and a Vroom motor. Just Information on the; plan came 'Ti,
to make sure Santa got the (See RESERVE .a Page II
much from the old fashioned 'e By BILL HAGER a different verdict. He set sentencing
letters their wrote to message, he closes, "I I ova
parents San Staff Writer
of Clkhrlst for 41): ,.m.
St. Nick. you, Stnata (sic). A new trial for Glenn Gil Monday I

Little Cathy Corrick, of 1310 Mickey Harrelson and Libby U.S. to christ, 21 year old Negro Goldln said he will appeal the
NE 20th PI, assures the kind. wanted to be certain their let- IntensifyViet convicted Nov. 24. on a charge decision' to a higher court "as
ry old spirit of Christmas for ter got from the GainesvillePost of attempted rape of a white soon as Gllchrlst Is sentenced ,
example, that she has been Offices special mailbox student wile, was denied this In his argument Cur a new '
good "most of the time." for Santa letters to the North morning by Circuit Court trial May, Ooldln said he had
Pole they included Santa'sZip Nam War Judge J. C Adklns. discovered the additional wit.

code 32601. Effort The motion for new (rial, (lied nesses and reported suppression
Moonship "Dear Santa" wrote Gary last week by Gllchrlst's attorney of evidence through a ltl*.
Skirvln, "My name Is Gary Sellg Ooldln, alleged phone call from University of
Test OkayCAPE Skirvin. I live In Gainesville, By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER bath military and civilian .but that Is a goal toward Gene Wation, University of flo- Florida professor Ernest Bart-
Florida, I am 7 yean old. Iam AP Special Correspondent trains which the United States has rids pallet Investigator, had Icy, who In turn had learned of
KENNEDY, Fla. (AP) a boy. I have been good WASHINGTON -The Atlas-Centaur apace rock. and will try to be better. Please Indicated today the United public statement then of a decision than a year, and one on which by advising four witnesses nut dent. .
et registered a much needed bring me a bike a Vac-u-forma States has reached agreementwith to carry air strikes beyond 17.8. officials do not expect to reveal I their knowledge of the He submitted the "deliberM
test flight success today, hurling mouse trap game I win be the government of South South Vietnamese terri quick or dramatic results They alleged assault attempt. suppression of evidence by apolite
Its two-ton Centaur second waiting Viet Nam on a program for Intensifying tory. Privately some officials would be happy simply to begin (.old I"', 'motion Indicated alt officer has substantially
stage and metal model of a your little rind, the war against Communist Indicated that action could be to reverse the apparent tide of of the four witnesses had been injured the rights of the defendant -
moonship Into a precise orbit Gary SUryin guerrilla forces. expected wlthn a matter of political disintegration I to the outside the woman's apartment ." Goldln also criticized the

around the earth Kevin Johnson, five, of 1751 The sources were reluctant, weeks against the supply lines, country, at various Intervals during the Stale Attorney' office for withholding
The orbit, a circular path 103 NW 23rd Ave, assures Santa, however, to confirm specifics- but that there would be no air The administration expressed time the attempt reportedly oc the Information from
miles high is the course the he will understand "if J DIf .I ly that this could mean carrying strikes, at this stage, directly concern In the final White currtd. him."I'm
Centaur stage must achieve on can't bring me all of these the conflict beyond the against the territory ot North House statement on Tsytor's "Thf", witnesses were requested not trying to Impugn
future unmanned moon and things but please try your. boundaries of South Viet Nam Viet Nam. consultations here, that the flow and told by Gene WsU.. the State Attorney's ffl",. Le
launching best." by bombing supply lines In the In the ether main field of action of reinforcement and sup- son not to reveal this Information gaily, It's not their duty to turn
planetary
Klmi Johnson, eight, of 1751 Communist held Jungles of Johnson attached top pro piles from Communist' North to anyone," Goldin said. evidence over to the defense!'
the second
The success was for the At- NW 23rd Ave., Is understandinglike ,Laos. But they did not deny orlty to measures to build pollU Viet Nam to South Viet Nam Judge Adklna, In his denialof But I don't think It's In their
In four test nights Kevin. .: that Implication. leal stability In South Viet Nam had Increased, though no details the motion, Indicated Coldln'i province morally to keep Information
las-Centaur. It heralded a possible "If you can't bring me all The decisions, announced In were given. affidavit !Included only' hrresay such as this In their
end to problems which these things, I under land. Saigon this morning, are an -- Slowing! the movement of and was insufficient: to produce (fee TRIAL en Page t|
the rocket and
harassed
have Please go to see all the poor outgrowth of consultations held WHERETO : such assistance to the Viet Cong
have put It about three years and sick children too Santa." here a week ago by Ambama- would be one of the main pur
behind schedule. Continued sue Chuck "I have been a good dor Maxwell D. Taylor with FIND IT pnees ef air strikes against the Frees 20th Man
cess might enable it to plant a boy" Butler, of 2M NW 36th top administration policymakers HIM In Laos. But another pur
Project Surveyor spacecraft oa C.ml Terr., wants "clothes shirts Including President Johnion. Ossified. pose would be to try to gn I
.11-21
the moon late next year.
pants underwear socks: I want fiirertf acme to North Viet Nam and
lament 10OtrtMeries
Talhot DIICSurgery clothes!" Johnson sent Taylor back to 2 to RId China that the United In Rights
However, he gave this some Saigon with Instructions to workout Opinien e 4 Stales does not Intend to permitthe Slaying
TodayWilliam thought and added a net her immediately, with Sell I h Starts 0" IMSWem.n's Communist conquest In the

sentence "But! ] want a Vietnamese leaders, plane tee 9 south, and will lake tnertatlngS BtLQXI.) ".... (AP)-A| the white men' Dee I In connection
school superintendent S. (Tiny) Tal. elect be t. couple of toys' !" '. stepping *p the war effort ... ( ,. tIET HAM M Page 2l request ef th* Justice Department with the staying hut summer

was scheduled to undergo minor a woman U... cooimto near Philadelphia, Mist of lIMe
afcmer today freed a 20ih! man civil rights trlo-lwo white New
at the J. Hllll II
Miller surgery Health Center today. School Board 'Farewell'By arrested last week In connection Yorkers and a Mississippi. Negro.
with the slaying tt three civil ,
A spokesman at the Health
Center said Talbot was admit- right workers to Mississippi.Cemmfatlnner The Jlit' man, Horace D. Bar
V e r I a Lee Mote, .l. arrested near
Doctors did not
ted Thursday.the nature of the CUP CORMIER SM E4wut4 Writer weatmaa dlansMMd the charge Shreveport ...., and was not .
elaborate. en For eight year I El D. (Ed) Manning Jr. hal conducted against James (Edward Jordan, affected by Uw preliminary
operation.tlMTaUJ the superintendent's business at the monthly meeting of M. during a preliminary hear hearing to Miailssippl. He was
the school board from his swivel chair near the end of big her Out look wily two minutes reported today to be conferring
the horse shoe desk Ia the board's meeting room. with his attorney to Shreveport
And for IS ,e.n. Board Member Utter lodge, helped NA Nineteen other whit mm' ar. U S. Commis loner Jamet
guide the educational policies of the county' school rested ki the sensational casewere Barton Vi Snwepart said lie
Yesterday Manning and Hedge participated\ In a freed at Meridian Thursday nM not received' any conrrnuni
11' / .. school board meeting for perhap the Lut time. They whets aunt et woman commissioner ration from the Justice" Depart.
; both leave office at the end of the year. Eider Carter, refused intent or from Barnette'f counsel. -
; -.r Brief ceremonies near the conclusion of Thursday's to hear a purported enfrssloa Barton has not set a data
monthly board meeting marked the event ) en If'IdIIt constituted for a lIt.r",. Barnette, 23, of
Supt Mannaig was presented hearsay evidence, Culhm. La, la free under 19.000
oars 601II t witk a* *fl portrait .( ktaaelfwbkfe keen .f lie Mpertotendeiit'a ConnuntnC ,lawyers were bond on a conspiracy! charge
Ins lEHUTUI IBUSH will Bang Bear th*' entrance staff JeW prtorlpala and 'stunned at ",hat ire called an Jordan, also arrested en a
= *f the Board ef Public backers la re cnltkM) tt klaManmog's wiprecedrnted actJ a. They r*. conspiracy charge, la a cen I
.1904 -I iMtnrtk budding at U17 E. ( ) sradtrsMp. (orsalgM fined to offer any ether W strurtioti worker at the Nation*
t Caiversn Ave. TS butbBngJready a4 ceaseln efforts to few at the Meridian hearing al Aeronautics and Space Administration -- I
has bees" renamed behalf tt DM Abcbua County and amount*! they would a-k tenting facility toHancock
msfH4 : the K. D. Manning School A4BimstratjM SckwU. that a federal grand jury be County Mine.. !(. I III
Center. Hodg was nmetnhertd with curve**, quickly to consider member of the Ku Klux Klan. \

0.-.. rsesteisps MA.NMNGBU The portrait wa* a gift to 0W a framed phaiflgrapk"' *f Mar BODCC IB* evtdtnre.Tbt Jordan did not appear at the t .
gavel I yean School Board torn \KM BCB- ISM BOAftD en fag 2Sa) n year *f amine PSI M arrested 21 Isle RIGHTS M rage 11

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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Full Assessment I(ynes I

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By DOUGLAS STARR eliminated the necessity of Individual only one issue to be clarified: Florida Flood Control District ceniage of assessed TOUWW, run action by the comptroller whereIt

TALLAHASSEE (APAtty.) taxpayer's suits In the 67 What constitutes full cash or Each of the U counties In the cash or just value or by an adjustment Is obvious that the assessor Is

Gen. James Kynes said today counties, costing from f7,500 to Just value. district Is assessed three mills of the mlllages amongthe not complying with the constitutional

-.. the state comptroller "Is authorized $10,000 apiece. Kynes said a Duval County on each dollar of assessed value )., counties. mandates and legislative

.. if not actually directed,"I II In an eight-page opinion to the Taxpayers Association suit seekIng .- on.the property in each coun I In his opinion, Kynes said, pronouncement relating to

I to require that property In all State Budget Commission in to define lull cash or just ty. I state law did not vest the comptroller -taxation of property," the opinion .

counties be taxed at full cashor general and to Comptroller Ray i value taxation was scheduled to U any county assessed proper. ( with authority to take said.

.,. just value. Green in particular, Kynes said be heard In Jacksonville Mon ty at less than full cash or just' over the tax assessing duties of In addition, he said, the comptroller

And If the county tax asses the law was clear on the Issue value, Kynes said, that county a county assessor, or to authorize should not take over

sors don't comply, Kynes con- and that the State Supreme]I day.The opinion came in answer would enjoy a special privilege. the comptroller to enforce from the tax assessor the Initial .

.'.. tinued, the comptroller has the Court repeatedly ruled that [to a question raised by Green Such Inequality, he said, could his views of full cash or true [ valuation of property where

.. I duty to take the matter to property must be taxed at full on his duties and authority In be corrected by the assessmentof I value where there Is an honest there Is a dispute, "but only

court. I cash or just value. I property assessments for taxa-| aQ taxable property through. difference to opinion. where It can be shown that

This conclusion apparently I The opinion apparently left lion l in the Central and Southern out the district at the same per.i "This law does contemplate there la a general! pattern of
disobedience to constitutional
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Roundup "
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AboutTrial The opinion said Individual

.A complaints over property assessments
;,; J= a should be taken to
.. I'
i1 From Page 1 From Page 1 the county commission sitting
as the board of equalization, ISIs
: Biloxl hearing at which his files," he stated. done now
freedom was announced, being ZONES presecutrlx."
.. David Anderson, representing
______ represented by his attorney. A Uiowm Mi ottornoon oroduok the state at the hearing, repliedthe Judge Adklns and both attorneys eb tuarits
l
___ IL Both Jordan and Barnette _, eloody lolurdiy. No Imoortont re-hashed parts of the
***" ? clwngoi. Low tonight In allegation had "absolutely
formerly lived In sit, High lohirooy In discussion ,... ,., ..
the Meridianarea. 4M. Soutliorly is trial, centering the on "'n. ".ngom. '" lun.rll
to 21 mllo winds eocommg virloblo I ,, no bearing on the case. It was intent 1011... 5. sits _
to II mllo wind tonight or loturdoy.BCD a simply placed in the motion, I the question of Gilchrist's
It will be up to US. Dint I Partly cloudy and suppose, to arouse the newspa- to rape the woman. CHARLIE THOMAS

Judge Harold Cox at Jackson to mild through Saturday. Low pers' curiosity. The state Ia not Goldin, as he did during the I HAWTHORNE Charlie I

/ convene the grand jury. Robert' tonight M to 65, high Saturday legally or morally bound to reveal trial, argued Gilchrlst Intend. Dickerson Thomas, 61, of rural

Owen, Justice Department at. around 75 Southeast and south as such Information" he add- ed to have sexual relations with I Hawthorne, died this morningat

torney, said the request would 10 to 20 mile winds. ed. her only if she consented, and! t Bradford County Hospital

be made to Cox as soon ss pos a f O M I Portly cloudy iso I voluntarily ceased his attempt I after a brief illness.

-J sible. mild high throuott loturday loturdoy.74 to Low n tonight loulnoottond MoOfc Anderson, rebutting Gtldin's; when she resisted. This action Born In Graham, he was a

When Miss Carter ruled OMilh 10 to is mllo wind. motion, stated the defense attorney under state law and past cases, member of the Graham Baptist
CAP, Wlropftoto .. Mw I,,) against the testimony of J K -Pv1I cloudy ond mild mrougli ass' didn't follow the hi
an FBI liturdoy. Low tonight n to IS, log,. requirements is rewarded by acquittal, Church. .
agent Owen declined to put up 22 Solurdoy mlii wind.fto.r M loumooltorly II toMAIINB .Y of Florida law in proving stated. I Survivors Include his widow,

Mother WeepsFanny additional evidence. -., 4 the new evidence was unavailable Anderson said Gilchrlst aban Mrs. Elzy Thomas; a 'daughter -

Then the PORSCAIT GAINESVILLE WEATHER prior to the verdict after doned his assault attempt only,, Linda, Hawthorne; a step.

Lou Chancy, mother of James Chancy, 22. said gray-haired she had commissioner nol seat wind, OULPi Ihrougn lovmirly It'u'-.II". ,Portly to M Municipal Airport readings searching with "due diligence.i after two hours of "unusual resistance daughter, Mrs. Delores Davis,

.. year-old civil right worker who was murdered but no alternative 01,00y. for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: There was no evidence produc. and the repeated threat t' Hawthorne; three brothers

along with two white civil rights workers, near to throw to grant a defense motion TSMPSP.ATUP.il ILieWHCRC High 74 It 1 p.m.; low M at ed in the affadavit that the I of outside Interference." Glen, Hampton; Albert, Hampton

Philadelphia, Ml l., last June, weeps as she leaves out the charges. J'snviiI HWLowPrKlg 73 It 7 a.m. Rainfall\\ MMH defendant used due diligence Judge Adkins indicated the ; and Willard, Hawthorne:

court In Meridian Thursday after U.S. Cornmlssioner "The "defendants are discharged MII 75.pi 71 ,ALMANAC He (Goldin) merely makes the I matter was not a point of law, Four sisters, Mrs. Ada Thomas
71 41 SWIM* today 1)1 m.III ,
Esther Carter dismissed charges against 19 she said and ordered i Allon. 55 41 SunrlM tomorrow h' i>..... bold allegation that he did so," but for the jury's deliberation. Jacksonville; Mrs. Jettie
their release from bonds Now Orisiss 71 44 t.U Moonoot tonightFt III It ,. .
of S3300 nond Anderson said
men in connection with the slaying. : 5,1Mg Ql&nlr .... ... Dnd. II 1 McCrae, Tampa; Mrs. Mary
to : :: ;:
$3.000. N Vvl ,,lni, V5it. nIwu 5:11 More AboutReserve Jones
.m. Jane
Hampton and
: wisolsels, II in ) It KOI lois ........ to mo ooM of He also contended evidence Included ;
GETS OK The defendants, Including Chlc8tto.. ot >> .11 mo toloKook '/...., Nootuno, sOloS in the motion had no Mrs. Dolly Manning, Fair
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City it J7 hi now noorly S ShIms mlloi from tho
;; I Glenn Ford's ton, Peter i Neshoba County Sheriff Lawrence nn. ,? oM 2. ,.,11I. bearing on the case other thanto ,banks.
Worth
51 s canes my TIOSS
Ford, II, who has a five-year Ralney and his deputy, Lot AnoolOiOMttlo 70" Prldoy-HlgK' otlllom. and 7:4lM "Impeach the testimony of' PEARL GRIFFIS
.. Cecil Price left the is 43 ,."'. Low M IIII In.. ind II:41 ,.'.
singing contract with Capitol Meridian STARKE Pearl Prevail

Records, won court approvalof Courthouse free of all charges Five Day Forecast More About f From Pa;;e 1 Griffin, 61, of rural Starke,

the pact Thursday In Los : only six days. after their arrest from congressional sources died Thursday at Bradford

:I Angelei. He began ringing last in a roundup by FBI agents Temperatures are expected to lando 70 to 51 and Miami from Key members of Congress have County Hospital after an extended .

.; summer with a group. "The The dramatic moment In the average three to six degrees 77 to 59. Showers are likely In BoardFrom been briefed on it Illness.

: Creations." His father and hearing came with the first and above normal with no Importantday the northern sections with rain Pentagon officials refused to She was a member of the

: mother, dancer Eleanor Powell, only witness, FBI agent Henry to fall averaging one-third inch or talk with newsmen about the Laurel Baptist Church.
:II are divorced. Rank of Atlanta. Owen asked day changes. Sample less. No rain of significance is Page 1 matter. Survivors Include her husband

the agent if he had Interviewed highs and lows will range in expected I In the southern sections This, In broad outline, Is the Godson GriffIn; a daugh.

SURGEON Barnette, one of 10 men the FBI Tallahassee from 65 to 43, Or. of the state. self which will hang In the way the new reorganization will ter, Mrs. Esther Sapp, Starke;

had charged with taking part In board room with photographs stack up, sources said: three ions, J. L. Griffin, Starke,
; This li Dr. Michael DeBakey, the slaylngs. of all the previous board members The current 400,000-man James, Washington, D. C.; a

iIt professor of Rask testified 'interviewed Building Leased who served the county's Guard would be swelled by brother, J. T. Prevatt, address

:: lor surgery University's at Bay. r! Barnette, 25, of Cullen, La., and school system. about 150,000 men from the organized unknown; four sisters, M r a.

.. College of Med. CAP, wlroohot* to IKI Mini formerly of Meridian, on Nov. Don Allen, director of i Instruction Army Reserve. The other Harry Taylor, Middleburg;

I klne, who U Carina Nyrellus, It, .1 19, 20 and 21. presided over the 150,000 reservists now draw- Mrs. Tom Norman, Macclcn-
:
iiiiiiii achedulcd to Stockholm, poses In the Swed-- As Training ShopThe ceremony honoring the outgoing ing drill pay would go into the ny; Mrs. Sidney Starling, Ral-

: \ ii tf operate on the lab capital Thuriday aft er. "Did you obtain from him a superintendent, assistedby manpower pool that would total!ford; and Mrs. John Moody,
n her selection as the 1164 signed confession?!" the short. school Prlncinala Russell about 450.000 men available to Starke.
: I 70. yearold who broad-faced Owen School Board Thursday will fill out units or create new ones
.. Duke oi Windlnr Queen ol LlRht. Carlna, Inquired cost $4,142 for the six Simmons of Westwood Junior
In Metho-- works In a Stockholm: advertising quietly. There was complete approved a six month lease for months.. High and Lincoln High's Otha In time of need. Nuclear Swap

.: did Hospital elllce likes to pity silence' In the packed court the old Mllller Brown Volkswagen Nealy. This would reduce over-all WASHINGTON (lAP -' The
tennis and to salL room. agency building, on East Funds to pay rent on the drill pay strength from 700,000to Atomic Commission said
Energy
: Houston, T I *., "I did." flask said University Avenue to be used as structures, which will be used The principals presented 550,000. But where only about Thursday 10 US nuclear

iI" next Monday. Announcement of AWAIui Then Owen asked the agent training shops under the new to train auto mechanics and Manning with a pair of binoculars -two-thirds of the 700,000 now are specialists will arrive reactor in-
: the operation and the name of clerks, are reimbursable from and an engraved plaque. In high-priority units the
how he obtained the statement i Manpower Training 550,000
Retired Gen. Alfred M., program Moscow today to visit Soviet In.
: the surgeon wu made by i hospital -Gruenther former Al- and Rask began "I talked to starting next month. the federal government which, Board Member Willlard Williams !-all will be In such units. A high- stallations.
I aide Thursday.AP supreme Is footing the bill for the I read a resolution honoring priority unit Is one allotted toper
Mr. pro-
lied commander In Europe, has Barnette and we discussed The visit I Is part of a series of
.... received the 1M4 Citation of(various things ?." Here the Two buildings on the site gram. Hodge by setting asIde, cent of full strength and 100 {unclassified exchanges between
leased for I paze In the permanent records -per cent of its eauinment. It Is
were :
.. one 1425 a
Merit from the Salvation battery of 14 defense the two countries the SEC taid.
Army attorneys E. D. ,
.. Supt Manning Jr. said of the board In
his honor. be
month expected to In
and the other .
for 1310 ] top shape.A
-
.. Association of New York for Interrupted with objections that the shortness of the lease Is Hodge and The American specialists Include
.. with Manning both refused total of 15 Guard divisions
an option to renew the
.. his "nearly half a century of the testimony was hearsay or necessary because the federal to run for reelection last and I Reserve divisions all John M. West, combustion
service to the world, to his second hand. lease for an additional year. government only guaranted now engineer of Dunedln.IASKI .
.. I appropriations spring. given low
I Including taxes, the entire lease priority on men and
and his fellow man.
country They argued that If Barnette for the initial pro- A third I board member, equipment and unlikely to be of

:: RANGER GIRL had confessed, then he should gram for six months. Chairman C. Hugh Williams, much use in less than a year
..
.. South Vietnamese Ranger testify. Owen countered that Mrs. Bcthca I Board member Willard Williams was also honored with an engraved from callup, would be reorganized 11II
; Barnette wan a codefendant and voiced the gavel. Williams Is completing Into high-priority Guard ;
Girl Ho Thi Hue was decorated only objection
his third term !
his presence st the hearing had as board brigades of perhaps 6,000 men.
to the short
: Thursday In Home Hit term arrangement
r-ijpIg::: chairman since 19St. Of these 21 brigades total of
.. no connection with admissibility the a
.. Saigon by of the evidence. Owen said he on grounds thatit Manning will be succeeded 16 would be assigned to fill out
ed f o r might be expensive to move on January 1 by William S. priority divisions. '* Ml. CALLOWAY punon)
chief, Lt. 0 was prepared to present "the By Thieves equipment out of the buildings (Tiny) Talbot Hodge's guard There '",len for M,. ....,,, will o> Iwmol "
J signed confession to the commissioner seat are eight such divisions, which 4 PM on 0hi'dio. Dowmbw II,
Nguyen In the event the lease cannotbe on the School Board will be have important roles in IM ., Ml ",.,.nt Wtmodlir/ Clwrcnwild
for Mrs. Alma Bethea, Alachua renewed after the war Kov W. M ForouMn cwMud. n|
option expires. occupied Dr.
arm.1 But Miss Carter ruled by Jasper Joiner. plans. th" wrvlcn. lurlol nlll. M i,, PI.! .
action. against County supervisor of registration The on, Pt,.. Comolory M Jonowlllo
him. There was more argument remaining S new brigades Irw IroKtlon ol Oman 1'0'"''
Ing was victimized this week Gunmen Hit .
would M&MI.n.' 5m'vlnni' lO
be
.. her from both aides, and the defense by careful burglars who enter The board instructed Its attorney Independent, along iI Ion a'. ttton, MronCootllo ,,,
with 11 other such In the dim, mioml' "..i Mn. ROM LM Tnlor -
Winston groups
Arnow. to Same
battalion attorneys asked for time to con- ed her Newberry home and negotiate Bank Lonllno MICA rlMtlvoi w H mwt
fer about their position Bar.nette' for a longer option. present priority force, and 01 mo Homo o) M,.. Louvorllo Won
mander on -
a removed a filing cabinet con At Same Time available for leu-than-divlnlnn ir*, tli NW m Pt'. of 3.15 1 M
( WO.0O&s to iou lull Rovernmentellt. statement.The taining. Income tax returns The display room and offices size tasks. to form ttu PracMtlM ta MIA ChurOIHIMIJ


ranger unit she helped In defendants, sitting In the cash and ..verallnluranc. policies. vacated by the automobile agency WEST COVINA, Calif. (AP) Thirteen I. MIL OMUL MIV4TT -
Mn. Elile Piper of Bevery reserve training divl- 'unorol ...., ,
e" fur Mn onion w''
the weekend battle against a jury box or adjacent to It, did will be used to train Two gunmen, apparently ... ,
the clerical slams, sic w NO P M w Soturdov 0*
who essentially outfits
| Mats., Jolaed Communist battalion In CamauPeninsula. not appear perturbed by theagent' working Independently paper ........, II:, KM ., Lon, Ironcn tTO ,..
Communist Party .la 1.53 as I. The theft, which apparently personnel under the federal pro- entered with only about 3,000 men assigned .. co,,ell hi II..... lurlol' *, !
She Is a member of testimony about a 'occurred Other facilities In the the same bank at almost the to ... s, ., ttio "',oc'IoII Of DoWItt' C.
the discovered each
an aadercover agent lor Monday, w un't gram. would go Into Jorm Pimorol Homo of alMA..
Viet Nam'i new women's .ut. confession. Their attorneys returned -I two will same moment Thursday, police the Guard
FBI, Identified three persons by Mrs. Bethea and buildings house training structure. These divisions '
said "OKIY. M* TOM W PunorolMrvlco
to the -
in the Federal Houdini In Illary corps.PAST ._ courtroom to announce her husband until Thursday, shops for mechanics and would come to life only In Iw 101,. Tom W Morkn. *Mooy.
that they stood on their Witnesses In the West Covlna ... gill. lot ,.. ot s's ".M., on P,'
Boston Thundny as ...,11' HAUNTS because the thieves left no Indication I body workers. About 120 have branch of the United a general mobilization and Docomkor II, IM4 of ....*"
steaded Cemraunlit conventions objection. of having broken into been accepted for the pilot California would be filled out with draf Iwtlil I tn, nn will' bxriol w "Morwv
In the greater Boston Salvador Frlnella/ who has After more argument and a !the home. program. .i Bank said one gunman demanded tees, volunteers and men from *tonwforv>0 ....,l01I Its tlolo of .loot.onrwl US..no.oI un OM

ares. She was a witness I spent the last 41 of his 71 yearsIn noon recess the commissioner money of teller Grace Lund, the reserve pool. Horn, of IMO lutltr In cMroo II'
reaffirmed her for the The cabinet was about 20 :30. The other similarly ad- 'isis-s
ruling Fourteen
four the Justice a state mental Institution at Army headquarters
sgalmt persons I corps -
More AIoutViet'Nam dressed teller 05550. Mil. COIINI, ,_ ,
Yvonne .1
Department charges are Jackson, Miss. was taken to aNew defendants."We years old and painted grey. In Christopher would be abolished. koi tor is,.. o-Nool sits, oo MU. lory Of I
Communist members whs Orleans Jail Thursday to will simply not produceany It were the couple's Incometax 28, st another window.I Their main duties are to supervise or PM.OMIMOOHIO.> Ivnooy, DoocomMr. IV IsO
l i enured n
failed to register with the await disposition of murder more evidence." Owen said returns for the past three ,Both men had paper sacks. the reserves. slid, MM .n, JIf""It, Phiiioi' nr
lie told the .*"". Mo ......'. send will Mtton
commissioner
U. S. government.WINNER charges tiled against him In that years a $25 savings bond, $Sin .is W.1Io' C- tile .roc.
1923. He was recently adjudgedsane. in view of her decIsion the government cash and all their Insurance of OMAn trot, 101_."''. "M't.
O'NoM. wr* Ivod .III WoUfl, <>dWodnotfoy
case would be taken From 1
policies. Page of Srodforf County How
The district attorney's office directly to a federal grand jury. Investigating officers said ChildStealing.Bird I...

Prof. Konrad Bloch, ol Harvard aald bringing Frlsella to trial The purpose of the preliminary the burglars may have enter- risks if necessanr. to defeat THOMAS.. Ml' cease O. Pow

tnlvtnl- would pose a problem because hearing was to determine ed the home through an un- the Red threat, 'riot only to' now ionkoo.. ...for'.M Mr.on TMmoi It_'wlU. Docomtor M-

ty yesterdayreceived many witnesses in the case are whether there was sufficient locked door. Investigation will I South Viet Nam but to ail South- Just 'Dreamed *"omo Cmotoni U. MM of to OrfMiido Howmorno In, Ml f*o.urln .
his probably dead. cause to hold the defendants for continue. tart Asia. Up'HAWTJIOR.4E will oo tld r mo ..r.ctlm d
In grand jury action.Disclosure fwrllt, < is'.. '_01 bliss Of
Prize
Nobel Frlsella was committed to the .,.... 'MTU.
medicine from asylum three months after hewas of the Barnette The hope of officials here Is The incredible Under
statement DcCmillc Plot that, if Communist leaders can case of the child questioning by Ron .IAUCHM, MIL MAO ele PWWMTVKOl _
King Adolf of accused of slaying a man. which was described stealing Stanley, sheriffs departmentchief for Mn. VougM wIM oo K*.
Sweden In only as a confession, followed be brought to realize the dangers bird here Thursday has been! Of I.,. 5. go SUMO* Doc_ II.

Stockholm'sConcert HONORED reports from federal sources NabbedPARIS of expanding war. as a result ruled a hoax the result of a hams admitted investigator Mrs. WO- P.OCMH ISO >W*,",lonw.... iwM JmM' tln{M ,,i it..
Figure of their her story was .xtma Ino ...._ Ivrlol wiH lo I IPom '
that operations against
IIall I I. EdIs 0. RehtkaMtr! U. S the government had eyewitnesses terrified mother's imagination. false. She told Stanley :. Comotonr b, WINHW, vo ..
Also receivl n g ambassador to Japan, receivedan to the slaylngs. Bar- (AP) Police said,South Viet Nam and to a lesser by Alachua County Sheriffs "panicked" when two of she' 1 ? dHoctloo ol Omni an,.. MtGoinssvilfe
the Nobel PrizeIn ,nette, who works for a packing I extent against the neutralist her
deputies.But
honorary doctor of literature today that the last of the Petit I government of Laos, they eventually children went Into the woods
medicine was company In SprlnghlU. La". 1
degree Thursday from for a while Thursday with the
Clamart plotters against the life be persuaded Infant and
.. Feodor Lynen. of could not be reached. However. may to returned Sun
Germany. Nlhon University In Toklo. .
agree to : morninf. even experienced off. without It I
his attorney. Robert J. Donovan ol President Charles de GaulleIs reasonable peace set I

Jr.. said his client said last believed under arrest. tlements. cers were wondering. Her imaginative! tale of the PurMotwd tvonuios (neopt.

Condemnation Suits Filed Friday he had not made any They said he Is Antoine Sever The incident began when a I..1 big bird bad been passed on by
I statements about the crime tin Luciani. 35. a Conkan and MAY GIVE ::16-year -old Hawthorne Negro i eeding" generations in her Coowony At 101 3!

Contents of the purported former education woman Mrs. Mary Williams, ,family. she iauL. 2nd riocf. Gointtwll FtorCi
To Put Power Lines physical and onWrtd Mcorid knmarto '
Up confession THEM called the sheriffs department en
: were not disclosed IDEAS I Stanley said
teacher. He was picked up Dee there apparent at In* *ott Office a'Go.n.in.
;.: I In Washington, a Justice Department -1 as he walked out of a bar hParis. I TACOMA Wash, The City of Gainesville has I old. 11-pound baby daughter (
the Northwest Land Investment
spokesman said that jWhittaker of Seattle the first I hole by which the baby CmCUUTION lATh IT
was
: filed condemnation suits against' Corp, Owens DlinilsClass Miss Carter's refusal to acceptthe De Gaulle was ambushed In'American to scale Ut Everest had been carried away by s'"big found' and fa disappearance CAIUfl 0* MAIL

'lot three landowners to take prop.' Co., and U R. Tetib/; FBI agent's/ report was ... the suburb of Petit Clamart onAog was Invited to give aa fihatrai- black bird with white I J"The children played t Wool .4 J
: erty strips for lines In tally without I I around J ..... ss.ssAll
Value
tower three wings.
assigned to the precedent,1
parcels ,
92. IM2, but was not hurt ed lecture on the climb to !Inmates that area all the thee.
: surburban northwest Gaines( by the city total $1.ICO. U Cot Jean-Marie Baitlen- at the McNeil Island Federal Deputies rushed to the scene'!'''we soft think M (the hole'nd.. mall ouboertotiont onwot
J todlcates ...
is ville. In another condemnation suit, The Saudi Arabian government Thiry, 33, was convicted of leadIng -! Prison. and aa air search was readied ..-d..ectucIrtct.
;,.1 any "
: The land Is about one mile'northwest the city took several parcels .( has begun a multimillion-/ i the plot and was etetuted The warden nude enly! one before deputy Ed McCWJaa cbo-|said.kIss.. wrong doling "beI WcmtMT al Aud lurwu I*

of the city limits. land from the Strlngfellow Estates -dollar project to enlarge Ike by s firing squad. About a Awet i request: Please, donl brine ''covered the child asleep MIl I ,
; | : a
: The suits were filed Thursday for 142,300. The propertyis I Great Manque at Mecca to accommodate other persons art serving rvK; ,a'ong the ropes and climbing unharmed beside a freihly-duf far i WiHUms is "bemg held Wit := iso 0' "':: 0's.. : I

In Eighth Judicial Circuit Court I j part of the site for the proposed the ever growing terms for participating n tile!!'.3LtDmeat normal11Iowa withthe ;hole: about 600. yards from her neglect Javestigauoa sf child] ',mene.r.'as'u :5.- :'

,:.- Property owners Involved Ire new City Hall downtown. ,crowds. plut. I I lecture. I:home. I,l 01 her husband.pending InternpUoa ----1


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TO RECEIVE A ZENITH
By SYLVIA PORTER tax Incomes at a record )pace. I living ladder in recent years. perceptibly slowed.Do marketbasket of goods and
And it has been achievedeven Incidentally, a rise in the cost not look for any downturn services that $10 bought in
Financial) Writer though our wages and of services Is not the same as in living costs although 1957-59. There is a danger that from COUCH'SA
When this salaries have been climbing a rise in the cost of goods. The with goods so ample, compe- price stability will be undermined
year ends your steadily and corporation profits very fact that we pay more for tition so keen and quality considerably by fat wage settlementsand
cost of living will have risen a have been soaring to the services Indicates that our living improved, the efforts of businessmento
bit more than 1 per cent over1963's loftiest peaks ever. : standards are up. easily beat the statistics you can by maintain their profit margins ZENITH STEREO
level and most of this Among the most extraordinary Four major forces account shopping the stores, the sales, by passing on the extra
creep will be reflecting not aspects' of this most prolonged for this recent price record the seasons. labor costs' to us via higher
higher prices for goods but' upturn in our p e ac e- One is the fierce competitionfor prices.
rather, increased charges for'time history has been the comparative our spending dollar among Instead, the outlook now Is FOR ANY HOME DECORIi
But with the forces that re-
such services as medical care, steadiness In our living -both domestic and foreign for a rise In living costs I n
personal care, recreation. I costs. Through four years makers of goods; competitionis 1965 at least equal to the rise strained price Increases in 1964
So tiny a rise In the Bureau!of uninterrupted advance, the I a great leveler of prices. A In 1964. It's probable that by still operating strongly in 1965,
of Labor Statistics' consumer BLS consumer price index has second is the general availability the end of next year, you'll be(inflation Is Just not in the
price Index over a 12month,risen less than 5 per cent In of materials and manpower paying $11 or more for the cards.

period stability Is in the an equivalent of dramatic contrast, our living) ( ; there are few scarcities . .--. 3 . .---e .
economy as dynamic A third is
costs skyrocketed more than 34 pressing on prices. .
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as ours. per cent during the virulent the vast amount of productive .
What's more this remarkable post. World War II inflation capacity in our country; U. S, ] LftLI4Ln1
stability has been achieved in era of 194548. businessmen have been pouring : America prefers :
the face of the fact that Today it costs a typical city billions Into new plants and
throughout 1964 our economy's:family $1015 to buy the mar. equipment to slash productioncosts
expansion has been broadeningand ketbasket of goods and services and boost output per-, ,
accelerating.It I that $10 bought in 1956-59 worker. I "The President"and 11
has been achieved while,- hardly a major erosion In Finally, there Is the simple
the most massive tax cut in our buying power. There's simply fact that the rise in our spending I = ,
history has been hiking our' no disputing the evidence on services Is catching up I the \ r r
take-home pay by a huge $800 that tens of millions of US'with the rise in our spending on ..: << 1
million a month and we have 'amities have reached ne w goods; the pace of Increase In I ; .
been spending our bigger after high spots' on the standard of- our spending for services has I
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General Services Admlnistra ing in shape, Brahy has a secretary will be six panels of colored r.arN 17 1..1.g1.Yl..
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an immense department store' janitors. the foyer, and plants' for 13
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, CSA supplies anything from.carpeting Federal Building and under "ALL AMERICAN MADE"ZENITH
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builder, too. i of carpeting In the courtroomand more guessing at the correct date everl Priced A T.V. FOR EVERY ROOM ti
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buildings in north Floridais they are eligible for National Low Cost : 4 E. University AYe
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CONSCIENCE: : 3LI ULDIN- A CONSERVATIVE

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JONN .. NMRIION. toll,...* end THESOUTH [, i
PuMlihm PAT COWLIS Vic, mil.MM On DefenseI
G''s Beautiful j. 10 JOHNSON vim. PrnMMf r
.*, Kit ealmOns !">''' W. O. (till)
,I I Cnlveraity City' 1>! T IMI10LI, vita ,...,- end 44.MftllMlf DAVID LAWRENCE.
I Dlrtctwj 101 TARTAOUONI I
w..: Viet '...,....' mi Clrcul.,,,. MMHW.THE .
... By RALPH, McGill b WASHINGTON Nobody wants war, including the Soviets,
PulltW Prill !
WlBflBI PuMltftwOf '
T: SUN'S POLICY lilt AtlMlk (em.) CMtlltutlM but what going on now bickering Western powers
i kind of political that has served ss a
:*. 1. Report" the news fully end Jmporliolly In the newt eolunwi.i. the same .
world wars.Moscow
,\I i. 2. Exprni the epinloni of the Sun I In-but only h>- ditorioli. ThereWas prelude !to both talks piously In public about disarmament, but

... 3. Publish all lldn of Important conlrovtrilol 111U." privately must be chuckling with. satisfaction over what It

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 a the West-the utter disarray, confusion and
; SdSvirtual breakdown of any effective military strategyel
eo NoBreak World War III.
ther to deter or, lilt conies to win
To conduct a war is not the task of prime ministers or
It is the specific obligation of men who have
I I presidents.
Yule Cards for Cause
a spent their lives studying the mistakes of past wars and the

various contingencies that may arise some day in a nuclearor

T7NICEF greeting cards are now provides enough money to provide q non-nuclear war.

onsale for Christmas use, and The vaccine to protect 50 children against WASHINGTON NOTESInthis 1.7 YET THE IMPRESSION conveyed today Is that the Prime

Sun takes this opportunity to point most beautiful of cities, Minister of Britain, the President of the United States, and
tuberculosis, which is still raging in hard by the Potomac, one begins the President of France-or a civilian commission-can: determine -
out that the is UNICEF
cause good. ,
many parts of the earth, or to pro to hear speculation that the best military strategy. They are presumably to
the United Nations Children's Fund, the President's honeymoonwill decide whether multilateral mixed force of surface ships or

gets its entire support from volun- vide penicillin to cure 20 children of at best, last no more i M ...,NW7L 11.1 a broad consolidation of air, sea and land power or a reorgan.Izatlon

tary contributions, either govern- yaws, or four children of trachoma. than two or three months. Indeed of NATO would furnish the best offense and defense.If .

mints! or individuals. The Halloween there are those who say "WILL THERE BE ANYTHING! ELSE?" there is one lesson to be learned from two world wars, its
that by cupping a hand behind political minds should
tht
collections plus the Dale of these UNICEF operates in more than 100
a good ear one may hear the not dominate military strategy
1.25 boxes of greeting cards, are the countries and territories, helping the sounds of knives being whet There wouldn't be today

nyijor methods in the United States governments there to help their own ted. This Is a city that feedson CLOUDED BY NUCLEAR FUSS in Europe a whole bloc of captive

2LJndlvlduals< to contribute. people's children. The host countries the grist of political rumor countries in the hands of

contribute what they can, averaging speculation and analyses the Soviets or an East and

of box of cards 2 times the UNICEF contribution. of what the President is West Germany or a divided
Sale one : greeting /
has
:. doing, or not done. The Main NATO Issues Korea if sound military judgment
sound of knives has been had been used.

echoing here since the daysof The contradictions in policy
I I Slight Impact Jefferson. nowadays are ominous. Brit

New Mark JTtmru! Germany, with its population, ing itself endured a postwar ish Prime Minister Harold
: howls from members of Con- where three bases will be closed the with In-
: SPECULATION about a By C. L. SULZBERGER Industrial i economic and deflationary period Wilson thinks that there is lit

I trffiss, governors and mayors about Brooklyn Navy Yard, Fort Jay and honeymoon raises the relevant PARIS The Atlantic Alliance dip lomatic preponderance, creased foreign trade compe- tle chance of a nuclear war,
tl :proposed closing of defense In. question: "What hon.' has been thrown off tlon and Increased unem- and hence that It's best to cozy
the Brooklyn Army Terminal. Thatis ?" There Is none. holds a great advantage. it feels Britain
eymoon ployment
stations, might lead one to believe balance by artificially intruded up to the Soviets by some
Should this continue over similar bitter
There massive endorse- swallow
where some of the loudest howlsof was must "
: issues such as the project form of "accommodati
closings
tlQii] these would have a ment of the President by s another decade the world medicine. However, such a Minister Chamberlain
protest have arisen. for NATO nuclear fleet Prime
a
tremendous impact on the affected heavy majority of the Repub- and presently devotes Inade- might some day awaken to course is almost impossible appeased Hitler in the same
communities. lican press and many GOP the de facto reality of a single for London's weak I.bor and
attention to its four brought on World
es-
.... Those closings at New York City voters. They could stomach quate Germany. government to acceptThese way
sential problems. These are: War II. If there's anythingthat
3Vith: a few exceptions this isn't will result in the, lots of 15,000 civilian !- neither Senator Goldwat er German reunification, whatto There is little NATO can are the real questions a dictatorship regime Is
nor those about him.
Republican
to e. One of the exceptions is the jabs( and an annual payroll of sources believe that do about nuclear and recalcitrant do to hasten this trend but that should be gripping ready to take advantage of,

Larson Air Force Base at MoaesLiJi" $130 million. The jobs affected perhaps 12 to 17 million o f China, how to end It should avoid Interruptingit. their allied diplomats.obsession Despite with it's the weakness and vacillation
the Vietnamese war and present if not the craven attitude .
to Bonn
give
Any move
Wash There military to four-tenths of 1 Senator Goldwater's votes
8,000 amount cent
are ptr techniques of nuclear sharing
whether Is In the of a potential
it possible direct access to atomic weapons enemy.
the rock ribbed GOP
personnel and dependents at the of New York's total employment; the were long run, to save Britain'spound. could jeopardize existing they are in many re Actually, Mr. Wilson, who
The remainder of the
biSa'! and the entire civilian populatljj payroll loss will be about seven- type.Senator's 28 million were tendencies and also draw spects not so far apart on has been conferring here with

"in that is tenths of 1 cent. The East back toward a fundamentals as they seem. President Johnson has put
( ,area only 25,000. per impact on those angry about civil All these directly or indirectly Europe For Wednesday was
example,
New York City's economy will be rights and the various e x.' concern Russia and more rigid satellite status. the of forth one sound principle -
Jut take look temlst fringe The should remain salient topics Czechoslovakia, Poland and twentlety anniversary namely, that a broad alliance r
a at New York City very, very slight. groups. the Franco Soviet pact. This
I Russia all fear the of the Western with
thoughtof powers
precise division cannot be de for allied discussions such as stimulates imaginative
;: termined. But certainly it is the Johnson Wilson talks any kind of nuclear Ger anniversary to all parts of the military force

TURNING POINT IN DENVER absurd to say that "28 million this month's NATO meeting, many. whether General speculation De Gaulle as Joined together Is better than
rightists voted for Cold- and next year's Johnson-De separate contingents operate
CHINA, IN itself an isolu- NATO's odd man out may independently.
I water. Gaulle colloquy. No matter seek deal with
some new
A percentage of the Repub- how burning subsidiary mat- ble problem ft blatantly link- BACK OF THE British

k : GOP Finds Its Voice lican press that assisted in ters such as the nuclear fleet ed to the Viet Nam crisis Moscow. Prime Minister's proposal a

protecting the nation fr om may seem, they merely con- even though a Viet Nam solution BUT RUSSIA denounced Its belief that the United States
all that wan wrapped up in lose basic Issues and make won't do( much to set 20 would bear the burden of
alliance In 1955
By RICHARD WILSON everything because, except wing and swell organized the Goldwater-MDIer package their solution more difficult. tle relations with Peking. and there year Is little chance of whatever expense is Involved,
Chief for two or three governors I moderate wing. So much the may be expected to fight to There are unconfirmed and and that fewer men would be
renewing it. Paris seeks to
Cowlei small will restore a respectable Repub- NATO'S MAIN Improbable rumors disseminated enrolled in service In
Wsshlngton Bureau yy ;from states, a two-to better. Then there come adversary, ease relationships with all military
WASHINGTON'A'cIo1 .: one majority of the elected Inter beln,'a powerful if divided lican party. One trouble with the Soviet Union, holds the by Vietnamese emigrants Britain If more dependence Is
East but
European capitals
leaders with John- a landslide victory Is that to German MoscowIs that Ho Chi Minh Is nuclear
look lit the Republicans after was speaking opposition to key unity. still reckons Itself bound by placed on strength!
their* Denver meeting shouldbe one voice sedan democracy, the ascen- people expect too much to alarmed by China and ready to seek a negotiated North Atlantic Treaty com- which is mobilized properlyin

reassuring to those who It may well be that the dancy of which Is now a dan- come from It. frightened, by the prospect of settlement. P e king's ambassador mitments. It pretends to advance by the Western
voice does not challenge to the two- military escalation In Southeast here has told the prerer world
have feared that the G.O.P. come through gerous INDEED, SOME of the that Western diplomacy
is dead or dying. It was avery too clearly, and Is tinged by party system and perhaps to critics already have begun. Asia. In an entirely different French foreign ministry Chi should take a holiday from The United States, on the

lively and healthy-look- me-toolam, but it Is still a effective government They want the President to way the USSR. Is na approves forthcoming exacerbations and get downto other hand, rightly takes the I'

log corpie. base upon which a whole set the "style" of his offl c e interested In sterling's fate. talks between Cambodian and fundamentals. And the rest position that, while an attackat

While it Is true that the and complete party can to TIlE RISK inherent all by profound, major moves Should Britain be forced to U. S. officials. Peking's the- of NATO would like Paris to the start with nuclear .

party ,li spilt and that IU erected a party which, along In Johnson's big victory in the foreign and domestic devalue the pound, it is hardto ory is these might lead to a cease Intruding its own exacerbations weapons Is a possibility, not :

moderate elements are groping contrary to Sen. Goldwater, was that it would create such field. It would of course be imagine how the dollar later conference on all South. on matters suchas a probability the real danger I

r for an Image that distinguishes will accommodate conservatives an Impregnable power com- folly for the President now to and continental currenciescan east Asia. Viet Nam, where United lies In what Is called "esca

them from moderate and liberals of many plex that there would be no initiate any major policy 1 avoid eventually following Viet Nam and the British States blood, prestige and lation" from a conventional to

Democrats, still those different hues.. restraining It, particularly If moves or to set s "style" of suit. Then the great gold pound have Immediate urg money are so heavily Involv a nuclear war. So the defense
Republicans who survived e e the organized opposition were action. producers, left wing Russia ency for the allied com mechanism has to be all inclusive

,., the November debacle have prostrate.But The crisis In Viet Nam will and right wing South ity. Was hinglon remains ed.Allied statesmen should and sufficiently man

< much vitality and drive. THE PRESENT Republican there is much less danger worsen. There is, and has Africa, would profit enor optimistic that, by' a long. concentrate on the broad ned to fight a land war Inside -

C More. so. In many respects, strength, however, lies of this since the Denver been no government In Viet mously. term funding operation, sterling difficult fundamentals sod Europe.
t"" than their Democratic coun- as much In the personalities meeting, and certainly no reason Nam that had the understanding The U.S.S.R. is sandwiched can be saved. The U. S. avoid unnecessary and tech- President de G au II l e of

fii,j terparts.The of the various leaders. It at all for moderate Re- or strong loyalty of the between the German and believes that carefully worked nically divisive Issues that France, arguing that the

: Republican governors was evident In Denver that publicans to mourn any lack people. The soldiers we have Chinese problems. Without out loans may successfully are not truly of paramount United States cannot be de-

who went to Denver, and there are many capablemen of leadership for their point trained, In general fight Moscow's tacit acceptance, supplement the recent Importance. Despite its In- pended upon 10 or 15 years

their associates, came away at the leadership level, of view. The Republican minority well. But there Is no known there can be no German re- emergency rescue sponsoredby ternal disputes there is still from now to defend Europe,

much heartened. For one and the quality was Increased need no longer find I solution. unification. Nevertheless economic Britain's friends. enough life In NATO to explore insists on his own nuclear

thing. they had gotten In the November electionby their sole spokesmen In Rep At home the President contacts between West the real problems un- weapons and strategy. It Is a

from ,ambiguity. There away were addition of.such new men Charles A. Halleck and Sen. must present a budget and and East Germany hate been CONTINENTAL Europe derlying problems artificially form of sincere but misguided
as Governor elect Daniel Everett give priority to major acts of -
Dlrksen. This forlorn nationalism.
and WestPvouii Hav-
no two meanings to their ac steadily growing seems more skeptical created.
tions. They wanted Evans of Washington The prospect discouraged some legislation The currency and De Gaulle wants to rely on

and directly to simply Republican Party has a lot Republicans because the Hat balance of payment prob- an all -out nuclear responseto

Goldwater leadership liquidate and the of "comers" who transcend. leek Dlrksen leadership, lems are at the near critical -- "O __ __ a Soviet attack. But Amer.

start Indeed leap over the old- while responsible for m u ch stage. ican military men ask what

anew.. er leadership, Including the constructive action in the It Is very likely that President would be done if the Soviets
putative leadership of Sen. past, Is becoming outdated as Johnson, who Is a remembering I the People decide to attack with convene
THUS/
ONE of their lead.
Goldwater as well ss that of the newer men rise In the man, recalls the tional forces and gain considerable
log spokesmen, Gov. George Nixon, Eisenhower and Republican Party, Franklin D. Roosevelt landslide ground because of the

Romney of Michigan, was Dewey" Since: Denver the voice in 19M. It, too, was a L I I fact that France has no largeor
I
able for the The Sullen
first -On
tune since The political triumph of historic 3 = e Opinion Page. _
Denver -
the ,Goldwater complication Meeting undoubtedly of the party sounds younger, Mr Roosevelt effective land force of Its

in the Republican Party to In tht future will be regarded more modern, less involvedin was proportions.impatient and understandably OPIUM* add cwnm.n.. .< s.. n.itn ... viKem U tit Vw. *' the ,...|. ..!. ,.. I..,.., own to meet such an Invasion.
speak his mind without let as an Important the hard to-follow seman- The U. S. Su- HUM* k* u.M4 ..4 knr tk. ...t.,'t ..*.... N.m.. will kt .>tkk U if n. or hindrance. H turning point In Republican tics of academic conservative so. M* lamed SOO wade .." mutt k. wnttwi M MN m ,..II. .' the .."'. '..... ((HM4 t. red. Th. United States, furthermore,
against Goldwater e the was affairs. The governors doctrine which Goldwater uttered preme Court was then filled .s.. H.*.*.. Ik. ache to rict a.* 'Lifer M H <*.*,. N. *nk.u. .heRtiRI! the ?,??-, ?.?,., ,, believe In a strategy of a
as rec- with reaction almost to the .,....
business
mean They will setup but could never quite graduated defense which I
ognfted leader of
the Republican existed in the t
that
their office In Washington. master. Republicans degree standards it sets will doors would become nuclear
and are no League Backs per. he knocked on and I only
Party It had
against court In the late 1880s.
They will have their national longer mit local private builders to when
Dean Burch the Goldwater having to explain that invalidated several New Deal don't know If he ever did (find absolutely necessary.
chairman, as a symbol of leadership conference In the they will not Impulsively drop Housing Code provide a greater supply of the owner. He tried, he real IT IS ESSENTHL that
disaster. spring And It does not make the atomic bomb nor liquI- measures. adequate low cost bousing for ly did. when so many don't there be not only s comprehensive -

No" much difference whether date social security, nor vitiate !MR. ROOSEVELT moved EDITOR, Sun: The Leagueof Gainesville.We even look In the rear view plan that stands s
longer a "loner", as Burch remains or the civil but early with s plan his opposI-
goes. rights act. Women Voters of Gainesville the mirror.. good chance of victory but one
he said, Romney was able to For the Republican Party can now concentrate on opposition tion called -packing the has been interested in appreciate all many This shows that some that has tie whole hearted
hours of labor our young
move to the forefront city
of the has made a good start toward to the influences court. When Congress recon- .
corruptive housing conditions In Gainesville Die people will accept and face support of all members of the
Republican leaders. commissioners city attorney
and
vened in of 1)37 Inert
reconstruction even II and January
centralization
over their North
since 1950.! At that time responsbility. Three Treaty Organization.
Cove Rockefeller and consultants have
and Scran- this should I prove only to of power which easily was so much misunderstanding League members helped with cheers for this For the big problem Is how
ton .were content to have spent en the proposed code. young nan
mean that there will be a could grow from the Johnson In It and the lobbies of a housetohouse In whoever he is. to defend Europe and America
him do so. This simplified well hard work survey W< urge everyone to support
division at
organized conservative of were so
victory last November.
that Mr. Roosevelt lost muchof two sections of the city as them in their efforts to provide A READER this year and In the Immediate -

r his control and Influence part of research for city plan- ue with a comprehensive future not just IS

POTOMAC FEVER with that Congress. IU never ning. For the past II years housing code providing mine Housing Code years nence. As adversary
regained! It Had he the League has been InvolvedIn mal standards of safety, unv will take grave dunces when
really
study and action programs and decency. For ever the other side appears to
tabors
By JACK WILSON Cowles waited and advanced his
i Washington Bureau program leading to an official position MRS. WILLIAM Progress!! be disunited.
after much
:: Peron lands in Rio is patiently "Sup, el to eliminate There Is simple answer
promptly shooed back to Spain. Nobody seems to spadework had been done hlikely measures M. SHL''iKEL, EDITOR Sun: Some no
want him. They keep sub standard housing people to all this. But the quicker the
saying fly
now, atay later el
would have succeeded President. League Women believe in the rule of die
and to Increase low rent housing political leaden of the West'era
President Johnson s remembering Voters ef Gainesville jungle.! Some
The American Medical Awn. ren-iiflrht; ; again medicare. The docs nan will net la Greater Gainesville." In control through people law.It believe. powers let their best mit

say;.it's the greatest threat to the medical profession since aspirin. make that He Is Members are concerned with ltary mmds come up with the
error. impulsive. I
the health and safety el the Youth ShowedKcspoiisihility Is only by meant ofstop most effective plan for the
"' He likes
to things
Itingo Is the one who doesn't sing.: Maybe he still will be. if the operation done. But he knows get how to many I'mversity students living move lights at all that It Is traffic can defense of both Europe and
Is off wn with only by the and
a complete success. campus as as United States adoptit
things don. and he la
get that of the non student pop. means of regulation that our the sooner the question of

1 The Post Office Dept. I UNUM the first clamp with an abstract design. ]It's the aware President that under may our not system demand illation. EDITOR Sun: A cat was sly can progreea.We hew or when toe trigger
pretty-and If there struck and killed tonight. Not need the kind el bou* shall be by whom
'olle& puIW.
) early the window still
slams may be so order. He
open you or must persuade The league believes that lIt This 1"+4 code which .
unusual, tune every fir.ward
ran buy one.Investigators. convince you and bow be antuunenf ex
cajole. the proposed bousing cede
looking Florida
ItWIS. City pense stall be apportioned,
Knowing this we may expect currently under eonaideratien has had for
hear that Senate Secretary Bobby Baker had his secretary M great decisions before win be a start toward the solution The driver was a teen-age -e dual many it years. If will be seen si better perspec
get
with him on a trip to New Orleans. Why not! She was an expert a real sec.rotary's January 21, wiled. of of s local problem withlocal boy the mm* unueual knit oily will contuMie our to unhrer-lei tive. TIll people el the. West

secretary course destiny and events require legislation locally ad He stopped and U ha darndrt money to ether college *. will mere readily support
,
them. minis,"". The code's aim b to find the owner and tell: ". and the eu wkaiever program Is then
The Republican lake great comfort from; th *e hart-lht-gtom' Motion i",-"'It e tIM never been. any the convenatios and apcrad- them what had happened. with suffer whole. lies deemed necessary .to prevents

They have finally found something they can lick-wounds. <*hooemooo.'* lug of existing bones The I dual know how many WL'lTRlD DCSENBVRY jmcJear war and -assort- -
world peace.



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Day FlightsEastern Top Hat and Tails f AT lAIRDS

(AP) It'a library wrecking demonstrations trol mobs of rioters. Air Lines will begin ar ONLY
become Increasingly tempting this[ year. Indonesia Is next U.S. Information Agency daylight scheduled flights to I I
in certain circles abroad to reg- with three. Other countries In- Director Carl T. Rowan was points north and south from WASHINGTON! (AP) Free-Roberts said. i $3.98REED'S :
ister a protest by sacking the clude Panama. Cambodia more blunt in a speech this Gainesville Tuesday replacingthe dent Johnson will wear an ox-(coot, at his inauguration Jan.
nearest U.S. Information Agen- Colombia Pakistan Ceylon and week in Cleveland: present night schedules. ford gray business suit and 20. II ti

cy library and burning its the Sudan. "I have been beset by anger, i black fedora rather than the Press i ROCKETAmerica's
South bound secretary George E.
books. flights will arrive hat and y
traditional top morning
I The fiery trend has aroused and then pity, as I have read of
Reedy announced the
Nut Cracker
at municipal airport at Inaugura Finest
Since
1947 there have been 75
the
Secretary of State Dean Rusk, senseless mobs In the UAR
222: from Jacksonville, Thursday.
violent Incidents involving who warned Wednesday that (United Arab Republic). In In leave pm.at 2:35: stop at Ocala ToastmastcrsCelebrates i Steel Construction Ho rd wood lose .. Nut :
American libraries. This year "these violent acts cannot but donesia and other places + Meet Left Jntoct Packed in tot
and Vero Beach Oxford J
there has been a new high 16 and arrive in gray I Is almost a black n
affect smashing and
between
relationships library buildings I
Incidents in 19 different coun- nations" destroying books. Miami at S 07. -the description given Johnaon'a 5 THESE AND MANY MORE GIFT IDEAS AT Di

tries, according to the agency. In a public statement that did "Many times these last few At present, south bound suit in an earlier' announcement

Brazilian students disap- not name countries, Rusk said]days I have remembered John 'nights arrive at 10.12 p,m. and Fifth Rirtlulny secretary, Elizabeth by his wife Carpenter s press i I3fIIR))
proved of an Increase In bus ]
,while the United States promptly -(Milton warnings: 'As good departs at 10:30. I htI lit!
fares so they smashed the windows files protests and asks for almost kill a man as kill a good The new schedule for north- Gainesville Toaslm a st. r a Johnson will wear black tied
of the USIA library. In apologies and reparations "thisis 'book; who kills a man kills a bound flights is for arrival at Club will celebrate Its fifth I dress rather than white tie and I aka 'zM C :
Cairo, Egyptian mobs protestedthe substitute tails, to the lH/IIIl1J
not a satisfactory reasonable creature. God's Image 11:54: a.m. from Miami leavIng with inaugural balls and I .. ft
birthday Monday a
U.S. landing of Belgian paratroopers for pe-l to the Democratic be'
prevention. but he gala to
; who destroys a good
in the Congo by "The U.S. government has I book kills reason itself.' Jacksonville at 12:19 at p.m.12SI, arriving The in I clal dinner program at held Jan. 18, Reedy said I v m fREE RAKING ON TOWER LOT t

Memorial wrecking the John F. Kennedy noticed the tendency of these The USIA operates 179 libraries -I flight leaves Miami pm.at 915 Lane Cafeteria. The day also Asked if there was any special ,5 USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE to
Library. I violent assaults to recur in certain and M reading rooms It wilt mark the 40th anniversary :
Bolivia tops the list with five countries," Rusk said. I a.m. At present the flight reason for discarding more formal .!!: Th Store That's More Than Just A Hardware Store
supports 148 binational centers leaves Gainesville at 29 min- of Toastmasters International. dress, Reedy said, "I think:!uaaaaaaaaaaaauaaawaNraasaaawanna '
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past midnight. tho President generally believesIn n
about violent acts which appearto 'Kited States supplies the books Harold A. Diggs, Eastern station simplicity and directness In! ;, Want Atlsct; Results
Trap-Shoot be connived at or acquiescedin and periodicals while the staff A Christmas theme and regular clothes." d
manager here, said re- '
by authorities of the host salaries of the librarians scheduled
are table -- ---- .
servations still ba madeat topics are -- ---- --

Targets state slow, or in in which taking the action authoritiesare to con- ment.paid for by the host govern- any time of can day or night, for the program which be- .""\ ... 'M Penn /.eMDeDNMIse I IYesnaMN NRUTRAttefalISOL..e5LVaaynr cxvtoimivtmrt QN
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Made of Ice open from 4 p.m. to 1 am ",
World under the old flight schedules have been active In establishIng .1
CapitalsFrom I a club In Ocala and art y
Beginning
Jiriu York Itmra Tuesday ho urs .
:will be 9 a,m. to 8 p,m., Diggs]available to give discussion a
WASHINGTON Three Buf- the Sun wire services programs to other Interests .
falo, N. Y. sportsmen have said.Diggs has been station ,civic. groups, Pros Marvin
been awarded a patent for an I SAIGON Buddhist leaders Jagan refuses to resign, con- ager here for nine years. -- 9 /A
man'l II'
apparatus to produce trapshootIng end two days of political meetings -stitutional position unclear. I \
agree on determined an- NAIROBI-Last British field Quotable "
targets made of Ice. notables: WE GOT s
The machine is to be linked u. government to U.S.BONNWest. stand and opposition -troops leave Kenya; Kenyatta dot" to love what's lovable, and 1 tin dn
with a conventional target- announces cabinet. I hate what's rateable. It takes
throwing device. If the targetsare German critic: MOSCOW Lowly red brick brains to see the difference" -I
of Allied nuclear fleet, F r anz SO
victim
frozen from tinted water, Josef Strauss says its intolerable rehabilitated.of Khrushchev era is I Robert -- BIG. Ar1r
they can be turned out in a to demand Bonn choose Frost.OPEN
PARIS
Public service tie-
variety of colors. 'CAUSE WE
between France and U.S.; suggests that will almost
up
The Inventors who trap shoot Western Allies concentrate France begins with paral curtailment yi e* UNTIL 5:30SATURDAY CHARGE SO LITTLEr -

together, are John C. Kaluzny, on restoring political uni of suburban train serv,I rent a car from ,
a welding engineer for the Bell ty. ,
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set In a freezer. When floures- end of fratricidal strife in Con I II' .,

cent water is used, Kaluzny I Army recruiting service -go.LEOPOLDVILLE .;
says, they break with a spectacular has announced its annual Mercen-, UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST "
display. For night I holiday vacation with pay en-[arles rescue 59 hostages at: Ji '
shooting, he prefers it for vis listment plan will be effectivethis Yangambl, 60 miles from I FELLOWSHIPAN ,, \'CJ
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ibility. year to Jan. 1. leyvllle as drive against r. 1 \
The advantages of Ice targets, continues. HOUR OF
The plan offers men enlistingor
according to the patent include re enlisting through Army POETRY AND MUSIC .
their cheapness and the fact SALI : If think Soft
recruiting stations the opportunity you
that they melt and, unlike clay, for suns I Whiskey's4s ,
to delay reporting duty
leave no debris on the range. until after the holidays, for SAT.DIC.. .11 Jacqueline Long., soprano holiday decanter will look better' '
The apparatus, called the 15 days with pay. The money I Edward Troupin, violinist
Snow Bird, is designed to varies with rank and previous Poisons Scotch Pine Poetry reading: Walttr Marinetti 1 I on jour buffet \\ithoufthc label,.

freeze the targets continuouslyin service and will be paid after! Native Cedtr go ahead peel it off. ,4, '
molds and drop them ontoa the vacation. (They. Lot L....,' The meeting to all. I <
All Sn_R......kl I. Frlcit open '
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conveyor. they are weeks Parents may leave children in people wlto drink it will
Two for an El
be shot at immediately, they pay WESLEY '
can be stored under refrigcra (The lowest grade) with a dependent -' COMMUNITY the Nursery School ; know it's Soft Whiskey an>II ow. I
wife, is approximately Sunday December 13 11 1 I
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\ tion. Production is said to be a.m. .. '.
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ters allowance for the wife. -- -
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i licenses to manufacturers. Ka- Further Information Is avail-
luzny has a patent pendingon able through the Gainesville
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of Candidates' 'l'shombc Burch Fastens His Future Leg Saved,



Expense Reports Sought More Is Hunting Cash To Barry After GOP SummitWASHINGTON Youth OffCritical ListMIAMI ,.



TALLAHASSEE (APTo) rlous write-in candidate. tion but also that many feared ROME (AP) Premier (APThere) ,Wednesday former President enough to be considered a mandate -

expose a "ridiculous sham" by; The write-in candidate's name what the public! reaction to the Moise Tshombe was reported was no indication today of any I Dwight D. Eisenhower and (AP) George Stephens

politicians, the Legislature alp would not go on the ballot, but proposal might be. today planning to go to Bonn strong shift for or against chair-' former Vice President Richard Burch, a protege of the detested who three weeks ago
be asked to require candidatesto there would be a place to vote Sen. Elmer Friday of Fort My Saturday looking for financial man Dean Burch In the ranks of! M. Nixon told Goldwater that GOP presidential candl- pleaded with doctors not to cut
file financial reports only aft for him on the voting machinesas ers, chairman of the subcommittee aid Instead of to New York for! he Republican National Com- his hand-picked GOP chairman date. expressed tha opinion off his gangrene Infected leg,

.er formally qualifying for office there Is at present. In races which brought In the proposal the U.N.on the Security Congo Council debate mittee since the COP summit I would need a mandate, and not Thursday night that If he were was off the critical list today

A proposal approved Thursdayby without qualified write-in candidates said the law was widely A close to the meeting. : just a working majority, to re- forced to resign as party chairman md on the mend. ,
source Congolese
violated by undercover gifts and And Burch himself tied his main at the head of the party'snational bethat The 14-year-old boy was on
there would
the Interim Elections Study; would be no slot to premier' party said he Is "the Implication
contributions the critical list for than
that legalizing the tar to Sen. Barry Goldwater organization : more
Committee would do away with! write names. seeking financial help from Italian he (Goldwater) was no
result in of them befog would two weeks with the Infection
more it !
might If he is deposed
saying Burch himself was reported
the long period In which a can- On the most controversial proposal businessmen and the government anger asked to support the par-
to the state, Gold- which threatened to cost him
didate obviously in a race maintains the committee postponeda reported and would do the same, be almost like reading today to be trying to learn ty, ..
members said hit and his life.
several
But leg possibly
he Is merely thinking of decision until its next meeting they did not think It a good idea In Bonn. The source said he' water out of the GOP through telephone talks just how -Let's face it -the headline, George suffered Infection after
This set for Dec. 30 at Miami. might to New York from'I By far the majority of IB many committee members he
running. allows him to go
stay If I In Chicago, his of
for persons In such closely regulated who were deposed cutting: leg on a piece
showdown.
re in
This Bonn but his travel committee members could count on a
outside the financial reporting proposal would allow enterprises to be able to plans would not be 'Dean Burch Doposed coral rock Nov. 19 while rescuing
liquor interests, race track op- give help to an office seeker. not certain yet. plied to an Associated Press pollon Tntte were contradictory reports ,' It would be 'Goldwater a teenage girl who fell Into
law.Now wer'l would give how the count was run-
and At the Congo Embassy, whether they on
perators
the candidate starts filing public utility com- The committee, making the ejected by the Republican t canal.
officials ever, a spokesman said: Burch a'Ole of confidence at ning. One source said that as of
to make
the reports when he publicly pany political First line by line study of Florida's Party,' and It's\ as simple asthat. The cut was stitched up, but
there has been In Jan. 22-13 said they Burch had enough backingto
contributions. now no change Chicago now
None do
can
announces he is running. He so election code since 1951, ." the youngster was In the hospital
plans. The premier plans to goo were undecided or keeping their win a vote of confidence. An-
now. will hold several more meetings 24 hours later with gangrene,
must report his campaign gifts Committee members indicated to complete Its work before the New York." own counsel.In I other source said Burch did not, Burch said In a CBS television a gas bacillus growth that kills

and expenses. that not only were the members legislative session starts In Ap When Tshombe left Leopoldville their meeting In New York and definitely did not have Interview aired on the Walter issue .

Until he publicly announceshis themselves split on the ques- ril. I Wednesday night he said Cronkite program, "If I were In the emergency room,
candidacy, the candidate he was on his way to the United satisfied In my own mind that George pleaded: "Don't let them
does not have to report gifts or Nations and would stop in Rome 'Battle of Bulge'Heroes my leaving would be beneficialto cut off my leg."

expenses. Beck Gains His only briefly for an audience the party would not be construed Doctors decided to try and
Under the proposed law, once with Pope Paul VL by the conservatives or save the leg by cleaning the
a candidate qualified for office, A well-dressed woman In a fur Recalled the strong pro-<.oldwater folks dead tissue from the gangrene
coat threw a rotten egg at at them, then I would
he would be required to account ,as a slap area.
for any money he received or Freedom Tshombe today as he arrived at probably be packed and leav- The youngster's leg started
the Italian of
Ministry Industry.
spent since the post was previously Today The egg missed Tshombe but hit WASHINGTON (AP) Well, :vision, IlatrOugh an Army- Ing." healing and his condition grad

filled. one of his aides. Police took the maybe 20 years Is a long time to produced film, supposedly made As to the "Burch must RO"drmAnds ually Improved
The committee had no trouble By PAUL WELLS prison rules. thrower away. remember a battle; the blood, during the battle at Bastogne. that have sounded Doctors said George someday

agreeing on the proposal to I One report said he tried to The egging was his first per- the guts and the glory Infantry appeared on the skyline since Goldwater's defeat Rurch probably would walk without
TACOMA, Wash. (APTwo I I
change the law. But two other and a half ago Dave Beck slip notes to visitors for deliveryon sonal contact with Communist- It la even longer to rememberthe with the snow as a back- said he was the target only because limp. ._
years
drop to fire against the enemy. 'I'm supposedly a Gold-
proposals tied It in knots for famed and the outside. inspired protests against his heroes, maybe.
hours. !mangled a quotation visit to the Italian capital. But the heroes remember Robert P. O'Connell, now an water man. Actually, It had Can you name four U.S. presidents
I
said, "Remember boys, as Another was that he tried to
Gen.1 Wednesday night, before he each other, the guy who was .Insurance salesman In Washington been my understanding until who married women older
One which was approved Mac Arthur said 'I'll be I arrange a gift so another pris-
about who enlisted at the age of It recently that everybody than thcmielves They were
arrived 600) demonstrators there when the chips were was a
would overhaul the write-in can- Today at 70 he comes oner could fly to New York for '
skirmished with In In Boston, sniffed audibly. I iflldwater the George Washington MlllardFlllmnrt
of police down. man during cam
didate laws, placing restrictionson back from the anonymity his mother's funeral.
persons for whom write-In I prison life across the three Either would break prison downtown Rome. Thursday So here they were, a few at 'There was cold and snow," pa hgn." Benjamin Harrisonand
votes would be counted. The miles of Puget Sound that have rules. night, while he was elsewhere In east he said, "but that picture must Of the 76 committee members Warren G Harding.Jx. .
law would require the candidateto separated him from freedom Beck also was said to have the city, 800 demonstrators They had once worn the old I have been made with rear echelon who responded to the AP aurey -
file with the state his qualifications since June 20, 196Zo I argued with the warden over fought police in the Piazza Colo- wool 0. D.-ollve drab and troops. I can tell you this: v 16.said they would give

a statement that he The white launch that carried some of the restrictions on the. nna. Scores were Injured.A had hung a sign In Belgium'shub Nobody, but nobody, stood up on lurch a vole of confidence and I

would accept the post If he won, him away on a sunny summer I.1,500 Inmates of the Island prison -I. down In a similar were injured demonstrationby in Naples town of Bastogne reading: the front lines at Bastogne. II said they would vote againstm. ta

and other information before his day to nearby McNeil Island and to have helped a convict- 500 leftists In Milan, police Button" of the Battling Bas- While the meeting continued, Fifty-five said they were' : ...
votes would be counted. Federal Prison will return him committee press for a new set kept 50 youths from marching tards. It was hard to remember that uncommitted, wanted to kt'f'p' "rho 1\
in raw December to the same! of rules. I When they were surroundedby precisely 20 ago German lilt open mind, wanted to hear I f.,
The committee members said on the Belgian Consulate to years :
dock where he bade his fare Germans and called upon, to both aides of the story, wantedto h-n. too
moving ;
the proposal was aimed at eliminating With Beck's release today he demonstrate against Tshombe.The surrender their commandingofficer tanks and troops were k
well has served nine days less than straw matted roads towardthe consider alternative to Pi'j set.efle 9HRISTMAS
votes cast as a Joke, but Congo leader had an un- over yeser "
Beck, a self-made millionaire half of a five-year sentence for precedented heavy police guard then Brig. Gen AnthonyC. "qU let" area In the Ar [lurch or just weren't talking. .;
.and once a power In the labor filing fraudulent tax returnsfor Thursday for his visit to the Vat- McAuliffe, penned a note dennes.: The straw was to muffle CARD
world as head of the Teamsters the union's Joint Council ican. The Vatican took care to which has become: a part of U.S. sound. i eIN44aIiri .

Union, was granted parole Dec. Building Association In Seattle avoid giving an Indication of history He wrote: The attack came arrow a ,
1 I after being turned down twice Before he entered prison he "To the German Commander: f WJ-iH/J.
support for either side In the winding lo+mlle front on Dec
before. won reversal of a conviction of Congo warfare. Instead, the "Nuts! 1(1( It wit a battle ai big as that with .
No one ever gave an official evading more than $240,000 In "The American Commander. 1 ywr ram
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Pope appealed to all the Congolese at Stalingrad with over a million ) 'IiICIC ,
reason for the rejections other personal Income taxes. for peace. Involved eventually It rmanclla'Asst. ( ( .V_CIjJ.;:'''
these- than a "minor Infraction" of He will remain under supervIsion A few hours later, the demon- They-maybe. 20 or 23 mid was men made under cover of fog, a ... : .
federal -die aged men were attending
of a parole officer
stration boiled over in downtown
not to lift for good
ACCUSED OF a 'special' commemorating fog that was Cold Cut "
until June 20, 1987. I Rome. Police seized 150 program
also the 20th anniversary of until Dec. 24. and Ch.... Cut ONEDAYDELIVERY
MURDERSpanish The state prepared parole persons, releasing all but a dozen to ard. AltO e
MOM trwmy" of nut papers for Beck to sign in or so after questioning the Ardennes campaign: Battleof At Baitogne, half frozen men, variety of Salad.To .
and ornamental trttt I It again 'connection with a five-year sentence the Bulge, December 1944 short on rations and ammunition Ga.
accuttd of btlng Imtrumtotol. for grand larceny. He was sponsored by the George! Washington fought the pride of the German CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT
In the death of trtci Protect I convicted In county court o r U. S. Claims Chapter, Association of army to a standstill As CO.
from killer
Call your FR trMl 6-2661 fo''I: fro :In.: pocketing $1,900 from the sale o t Cuban the United States Army. long is Bistugne held out and INC.
CENTRAL CHARGE atFUI ipccllon end estimate.n I a union-owned auto. The state Refugee McAuliffe was present Thursday could be rtiupidted\ It was I
I parole will last three years "Relief in Error night with his handful of threat to German t'OI1Imunlclotillh' 10< W. Univ. .... FR 2-1421 ,

i. During his time In prison veterans, amid some 700 mldlers 1 -
r MIR a. 'Reek worked as art apple can WASHINGTON (AP) The mostly officers from the And It did hold out, while the
t -- ner, labored on his memoirs and Pentagon. The Belgium ambassador whole nation settling down fur
General
Accounting Office MOTOROLAColorte
(HflKNO ON TOWK LOT
20 N.W. UHi A..., M '- "t I was stricken with pneumonia 35 per cent of Cuban refugees says, Louis Scheyven, had Its Christmas holiday, cheered
resulting from a bad case of all receiving relief payments up come down from New York to that scornful rejection of the

sunburn.In to $100 a month, have outside express his nation's gratitude German ultimatum: "Nuts!" i:i
this Interval the life he will earnings that make them Ineligible He said simply: .'Thfty'Iert The cheers have frown fewer I
return to In Seattle changed.His for federal funds. heroes, true heroes. We shall and a whole generation has'
mother, Mrs. Mary Beck, After a limited review of the never and I mean never grown up to which Baitogne )Is
died In March 1M3 at the age of program! In the Miami area, the forget It." hl tn1II'UlJn. I

(S. SAO urged tighter Afterwards the one.time The program fnd<'d. The men
Consolidateyour His wife, Dorothy, died In November -Jon of the program. members of the 101st Airborne who were at Biilogne drifted
1X1, before be was im I 3.57J refugees share admlnlstra'j and a few members of Combat out, unnoticed by the chatting

prisoned.. --- from federal funds Command B, 10th Armored Dl- Army officers
TIle GAO said the chief cause' -,
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Friday December! II. 1964 Goineiville!! .Sun_
Singleton of 139: N.E. 20 t h
of Special Interest Street today at I p.m. Ruth Hazen Honoredzen
j The president is urging all;I Mary
members to be present.

I To the Colored Continuing the pre nuptial corsage!!. of white carnation, with a gift of silver
Community WALDO NEWSAnniversary I courtesies for Miss Mary Ruth''A with miniature cooking Guests included the affianced SLIPPERS It sUPln SO*

; News Items Postponed Hazen, whose marriage to Ted utensils, were presented to couple the bride elect's par- FOR ALL THI FAMILY
:, editor for this pare should be dlrecttd to Den F. Childs, Colored New. The Rising Star Chapter No. Raymond Brown will be solemnized the honoree and her mother by ents, !Mr. and Mrs. Winfred
by mail at 526 NW Rth St. or by phone at FR 65753. Do 1'0len4 46 set for Sunday, -
Items anniversary I December 19 at the First the hostesses.The Hazen; Miss llbbye Edwards, =Rt .
A: directly to the Sun office. Dec. 13 at the Wal-
3pm. at Baptist Church a number of _
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,1 2 Pumre serving table was overlaid :Miss Julie Evans, Miss Robin -
rn.ne.e nh. we.e even.1".. will be Isw.. WI s. do Elementary School has' have been
parties given.
with a white cutwork tablecloth Graham Miss Jeanne Glen
.
v; CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSSaint day Dec. 13, throughout the Wrighten and his congregation been postponed until la t. f. Mrs. GUI McGriff entertainedwith Miniature kitchen appliances Buddy Jacobs, Howard Cantrell f,4. %ltfoot.wea.r
.1 Paul CME Mrs. Ernestine Bucklln, W.
Church will of the Minnie Hill Church will I a coffee recently at her entwined In red and white
LaRue
day.The Boyd, Mac McGriff andJohn
observe A. A. L. Rivers W, P. Mrs.
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homecoming Sun. theme for the observance conduct a Joint service, S p.m. ; !home feting the bride elect,carnations encircled the punchbowl. :
i. "Home Be it ever so hum Rev. C. J. Johnson, pastorMrs. ; Lucile Robersm, secretary. with more than (0 guests call., Pouring was Mrs. Jim _.Hufford. IWOJtJ1t

ble." P. L Scott, reporter.The DOUGLASS ELEMENTARY ,I ing the morning. I Dampier.The I
The speaker for the 11 a.m. choir will have Its rehearsal DOTS AND DASHES : Greeting guests at the d 9 o r'' guest Hit included: the I
:1'i:1- service will be James E. HayesJr. Saturday, 4pm. The The group wishes to thank'was the honoree'i younger sister honoree, her mother Mists Nancy !
., a student at the Universityof members are asked to be pres Mrs. C. Freeney for the trays! Miss Susan Huen. Dee Williams, Miss Janie I
Florida. This will be a youth donated for the cafeteria.The Receiving with the hostess and Glenn, Miss Robin Graham, i
service.At ent.Johnson Chapel Baptist secretary, Mr. E. Clark, bride to-be was her mother Miss Ubby Edwards. Miss Judy keaited i igi I Fr
: the 3 p.m. afternoon service Sunday School, 9:W a.m.: andB. left Dec. 1 for the United i Mrs. Winfred Haten. thrill Miss Carolyn Harms Miss I
, ; the speaker will be Mrs T .U., 1:30: p.m. Rev. W. J. States Army.Consequently. ;I An arrangement Of holly Kay I>nney, Miss Janet Ernst,
Jean W. Brown, Instructor at Taylor pastor; Mrs. Harriet the faculty and while daisies and white bell. Miss Nel LaiiRhon, Miss Beth
\f .l ( Lincoln High School. I Jones reporter. student body wished him much contend the serving table, where Meadows Miss Gall Anderson, !
There will be featured at all' First Baptist There will be success.A Mrs. W. A. McGriff. Mrs. Fred Miss Jane Srnallwood, Miss t 1. i
! services persons prominent In Christmas practice Saturday, short program was hel I din Lqughon Jr. and Mrs. Jack Williams Betty Jane Greene Miss Susan i
civic and religious activities of,3 p.m. Sunday School, 9:43 a m.; his behalf in which F. E presided at the coffee Mazes, Mrs. Fred Laughon Jr. I
I the city. The public Is Invited to,morning worship, 11 a.m.; and Welch gave a very Inspirational service. Trio Gives DinnerA SWEATERS
attend. afternoon worship communion, talk. Miss Taylor presented, Corsages were presented to dinner party to honor Miss
Rev. B. r Weary pastor. 3 p.m. Rev. W. A. Mikes pastor a small gift from the group.'the honoree and her mother by liaien and Mr. Brown was given .
Mrs. Bessie We are very happy to have the hostess, who also presentedthe recently by Miss Nancy Dee FroM
Gy'p'i ; Johnson re- < OEULOOC!
ME N'S -flp o
i John A. Durr to Join the staff bride elect with a portable Williams and her parents, Mr. Libbye'a \)11
CHURCH HOMECOMING porter. as secretary.The I mixer. and Mrs. Jack Williams who drill slipper of ainuineikirt de.rw
New Salem Baptist Sunday Hopewell BaptistSunday Junior High Department, Shower Held entertained at their home Greet ti j Ctptcially tanned for lOtto
School, 10 a.m.; morning worship -School, 10 a.m.; morning worship will terminate this! part of the Mrs. John Mott and Miss Myrna An arrangement of white .I.c'io" i I ness end strength, Elastic top
The men communion and sermon, 11 a.m.; communion, 3 school term with a Christmas Lou Rahn were hostesses lor carnations adorned the bride'stable 11.Bosie ,\ lm'. Foam rubber insole toto
11 a.m. All youth are asked I to p.m.; and evening I worship 6:30 Pageant Wednesday Dec. U, a kitchen shower honoring Miss and while camellias deck. falor. : ... rubber irtfaor-outdoor sole,
on your meet In order to set up the p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor pastor; at 7 P.M. I Hagen recently at the Mot t ed the smaller tables. I .d, bask or or -". hosed pain. SiltS 7.12 in ones
Youth Department, 1:30: p.m.; Mrs. Agnes Cordon, reporter We extend tnvlatlons to all home. The hosts presented Miss Ha- new she dium width only Natural oWkm
1b P4 gift list the Chritlan Benovelence Lodge Sunday School with Superintendent parents and friends. ( wave has.( color or ouvi

wouldprobably will meet, 2 p.m., and Rev. E. L. Strain in charge, The A. L. Mebane Chorus II room worjrobt m her for '.00
10 a m.; morning worship, 11 will present "The Messiah" Annual Christmas jiff sweeten. rr., a.H
I-L SHOI DIPT.
a.m.; and evening worship communion December li at Mt. C a m e\\ I S., them) Wriw'ns
7 p.m. Everyone Is Church. The admission 1 Is tree
select good welcome. LIBBYE'SNor M
Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Program
cigars for The pastor officers and bftttnrft51 fa tic.. fI..ld. Th.....
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Free .i.. III Pins '.d. Ut Fell GIFT WRAPPING
1 members will worship Jointly a1 ...r IIIMrol ."."........ .. ... _. I Annual Christmas ,Mrs. 1. 1. Bohannon and Mrs M.tt 1 a .w.4 p.m. IAr. the USI YOUR CHARGIGoII..IU.
1 the St. Paul C.M E. Church corner IicW WI MU.nw program'I Ud Ckflllmii |<. f t* ( $Sh."I" C....,
presented by the Division of Mitchell presided at the silver
of 5th Ave., and 8th Street ,1-
Religion, of the Fine Arts services. Members and guests ----
theMnS MRS. MAGGIE VAIGIINS:
7:30 There De-I
: will be Con-
p.m. Mrs. Maggie Vaughn of Rochelle -I partment Gainesville were greeted by Mrs, M. T.
ference Saturday 7:30: p.m. durIng died at her home following Club was given recently at the Hartman Jr. president Mrs. E. PROBLEM?
the conference, there will Club House, Eaton
a lingering Illness. Sne Sinclair chairman of the
Give be the election of officers Al was a member of 3rd Bethel[ Mrs. Thomas 0. Mitchell gave Fine Arts Department and Mrs. Remember we fYy
members are urged to be pres Baptist Church of Ruchclle. a Christmas devotional discuss.I I Ralph J. Hayes chairman of handle delicious o a
him extrapleasure ent.Mt. Ing the spiritual meaning, of the the Division of Religion.
Carmel Baptist -Sunday Survivors Include her husband, Advent Season In Christian; Additional members of the INDIAN RIVER
School I::30 I m., morning Richard Vaughns, Rochelle; homes and a story entitled I "
committee Ernest
worship, baptism, II a m.; daughters Hattie Bronsnn, Rochelle "To Sprlngvale for Christmas," were Mrs CITRUS
with B. T. U., 5:30: p.m.; and evening ; Mrs. Letha Washington, by Zone Gale was reid by Mrs. Bridges, Mn. E, Brock an- Gift Packs
worship 7 p.m. There will be Tampa; 2 grandchildren, M ins Harry M. PMIpott. brough, Mrs. A B. Cellon Sr.,
midweek Meditation Services Sandra Bronson, Rochelle; Miss The program was conclude,Mrs. Fred M. Cone Mrs. H. P

MILD PERS01AtL'r Tuesday, 7:30: D.m.; Youth Forum Sanle Washington, Tampa; sisters I with the singing of carols led Constans, Mrs J W, Cnnyers,
YOURSYou Wednesday 7:30: p.m.; Mrs. Patsy Morgan, Laura, 'by Mrs. John W. Wilson with vtrs. George E. Evans Mrs. F. ff .
Teachers' meeting Thursday Fla; Mrs. Lula Moseley( Mt. Mrs. Jack Bohannon at the pi J. Catenman Mrs. C. M. Dampmm order Dee.
SMOOTH by
R an add aa elegant 7;30 p m.s and the choir will Dora. Fla; Mrs. Rosa Crodard ano. Mrs. John W, Hard! son, 12th for yours Chriitmfls
ptnooaliitvl touch to have Its rehearsal Friday, I New York; Mrs. Elsie Rubin- During the business meeting, Mrs. Byron W. Hirless Mrs + delivery.
j RELAXING your Hallmark Christmas nm Rev. T. A. Wright! pastor; son, California; Mrs Minnie 1 Mrs. Clyde \Umllum and Donald J. Hart Mrs. J. Fran-
t cards bf having Mrs. Esther Hamm, London, California; Mrs. AnnieB. Mrs. Frank Usicry were reinstated cia Hartman, Mn Wlnfred M
your reporter.
Williams Orlando Brothers : to membership and Mrs.C. Hagen Mrs. David a Kite I ,, f f t COLONIAL
Andyou'll
\ TAMPANUGGET name imprietei Henry London, city and C a 1 11 Ip Q. McCoy Mrs Florence Mrs. Fred T, Lsughon Jr. Mrs t r i 0 '3 FLOWERS
find It ,
: costs no NOTICEThe London, Orlando.
Noel and Mrs F. M. Mikrry Marcus Mllnm. Mrs J. II bill I .
more to send the very Choirs' Festival will Miller Mrs, S. II. Millikan Mrs iI INC.
best-2) cards from have Its meeting at the Em- Jr.Red polnsettias and red tap c. Montgomery, Mrs. J. F rom- : r
(100 up with a alightcharge anuel Baptist Church on Sunday CALLOWAY BASK IS ers formed the decoration of Mrs William U Snw.I .t ifs 1 826 W. Univ. Av..

CIGARS for .our"quality at 3 p.m. Mrs. Mary De. Calloway Baskin, IK NW the tea table laid with a green IC. Mrs. W, Leroy Schooch, t t FR 2-3775
r imprinting. Bose, president; Mrs. F. d lOth St., Gainesville, fla., died net cloth. ,. M. L Smith Jr., Mrs Otto .
( Shannon, Mrs D. Nell
reporter. Holiday cookies were served F. Stock,
Monday at his home after a I
CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT by the hostess committee and Webb and Mrs. J. B. White.SisterRider .
brief Illness. He
was a Janitor:
oily' gift wrapped In CO.. Inc. NOTICE 'and a member of Mt. Pleasant ? .-' N
handsome holiday toe W. UxlotnltrFR Breakfast win be served In i
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., packages cf 25't, and JO'S 2-1421 the dining/ room of the Shady Methodist Church.
l $1.75 to 93.4 Grove Primitive Baalist I Survivors I Include i sinter II Ship Now '
Church Sunday from ( a m. to Mrs. Cebell Perkins Miami
9 a m. Mrs.. F. D. Shannon, and Mrs Rosa Lee Taylor, Nuptial Plans
reporter.: Lansing, Mich. j ORANGE
,,Why worry about size, '
Plans (for the wedding; of Miss bride, and Frederick: G. &:hol-\ !
colors and styles. PATIENT Vidal IN HOSPITAL Elisabeth Ann Staler daughterof ,!field Jr., Larry Barnett and GIFT
Cudgo of
Brooker Is a MM. COIU.NE O'NEAL I
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hall Lonnle H. Thompson Jr. all I !I
patient In the Alachua!
.. .:I Instead get the Hospital. Friends wish for General hima Mrs Corine O'Neal M, Wal Sliltr and Thomas Duncan Rider of ( Gainesville wilt he

I gift suited for speedy recovery Mrs. Nellie do, died Dec. t, at Bradford .on of Mr, and Mrs Harold I No Invitations will be .uShers'j! BASKETS '
Moore, reporter. bounty Hospital after a lingering R. Rider of Garvln, Iowa, rally to the wedding and 1
:anyone.: Illness. Sne was a housewife art announced today. tion and all friends of
Ia'f' :} PERSONALSMr. and a member of Philadelphia I The nuptial.. will be solemnis couple and their famlll are Invited ,' ORANGES KUMQUATS GRAPEFRUIT
Food delicacies and Mrs. Willie Bryant Baptist Church of WaL,ed at I 30 p m. December 23 In to both the wedding and
l"S\ Jr., spent do. the First Baptist Church with reception. i
Thsnksglvlng at '
from around Nashville, Tenn., with their. Survivors Include husband, Dr. Fred T. Laugtion Jr., pastor' Miss Sliler, who ,It taking s.. Display MIKE'S NEWSand
daughter, Miss Annette Y. Higgms. Willie 0'Neal; children; Dorothy officiating.The I graduate work In Engllnh at the I Place AND BOOKSTORE
TOSwTSB the world. Junes, Waldo; Harold 0' reception will be given by University of Minnesota, will be
,-. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie demons Neal Waldo; James ONeal 1 the bride's parents at the J home December II. i iI L Ordtn At: inn. let $,, ., Ph, FR |.361 1S
All beautifullygift of Mobile, Ala, spent! Daytona, sitters: Mrs. Alberta Gainesville Woman's Club Mr. Rider who Is working on
giving at Gainesville Nichols, Waldo; Frsnsls Fred 0. SchoUleld will be so-I ill 111 D. degree In history at I
'; packaged. and Mrs. Ira Robinson.TIIank.1 Brown. Nero Beach; brothers hoist and Mrs. Selden Waldo will Minnesota University, and his Brice Orange Groves
/ 1 Franklin Moore and Charles'Jim Thomas, Ohio; and five be organist family will come to Gainesville
lOX GAlNIJVILir
Choose from Banks left last Sunday for I grand children. I Miss Susan Carolyn Sister will the weekend preceding Ike 27 FU.
Lincoln Business College at be maid of honor far her sister. wedding.
such countries cs England, lacksonvllle where they are I Bridesmaids will be Miss Ada 1
'!students after spending the I MM. JESSIE; PERRY Elisabeth Allen and Miss Allen Dinner Meet NtvlllEh'RR /
France, and Germany, thanksgiving holidays wit I b Verlandrr Hall, both of Rich: ptdfea s13KM
few. their parents Mrs. Nellie Mrs. Jennie Perry, KM NW mond. Vs.; Miss Marie Morris, Tonight f. file
just to name a II Moore and Mr and Mrs. WIL;5th Ave, Gainesville died Monday Newport Newt, Va., and Miss Gainesville Charter Chapter IT'S IVUYONI'S FAVORITE
lams Banks respectively, at I al Alachua General Hu- Mary Margaret Cot of Gainer I I.UIe. American Ouslnei W s m .n' MOCCASINj6"j
Brooker Mrs. Nellie Moore) pita! after a very brief Illness I AsiociaUufl will \pave a dinner \
GIVE A HARDOFHEARINGFRIEND reporter (Brooker). She was a housewife and a Alan Kent Rider, Iowa City, meeting tonight el 1 at Ikelolnliy )
member(If the Pleasant Methodist Iowa, will be best man for his Inn. ? Daniel Green's
Cl.tB SLATES MEETING Church In Gainesville. brother and C. William Rider, Robert M. Coleman of South-
A REAL The City wide Beauticians Survivors Include husband Galveston, Tcsss a n e t h er era !Bell Telephone and Tale- '
Club will meet Sunday at 1p.m. Oscar: W. Perry Sf.. cltyj sons brother, David Sialrr and Ray graph Company will be guest t POW WOW!
"GIFT OF HEARING"This > at the home of Mrs. Alice Oscar: W. Perry, Jr., Sara-mood SJsler. brothers/ of tile,speaker.! (
Catkin of Mil I E. hAve (IOta; George; U Perry, S r., I'' .1
., in a business meet 1 lag.!City; Edward C. Perry, City;
Is the season that a The members are asked te step sons, Emit Perry N. Y. r ;tSJ4. ,
friend or relative will 1_I be present. Mrs. Alice Ca.kln.1 aty: Aletsndrr Perry, J a t ksonvUle Gas Genie : 1 1v 1i i '
I I says ",, 'v !:.II
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truly appreciate: a Savings president; Miss Sandra Kendall .I ; step daughter, Mrs i :".'I "
Gift on an all J'ltwbnilb I | |Tro j J.* I reporter I Nancy Lee Perry Gill. Mrsnnpy :
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,10 Gainesville''' Sun Friday, December 11, 1964



n 1 'Beauty Parlor' Rituals Warn FECBoycott To Schools Invited to Join= :, "



New Development Council :

Bring Fines
Invade Men -
Hollywood and/ communicating
ST AUGUSTINE (AP) The I Alachua County's schools I Membership and participation cent "Translating new knowledge about ea-
were invited to become charter,will cost counties 1 per
"" Public Utilities Commission says members of the new Education]pupil for the first year and Scents ucatlon Is one of our problems
:: Jfra flark( UlmrH rather than risk a local hand. that may make him the first ago that he personally Installed I the Florida East Coast; Railwaywill Research and Development I per pupil In succeed i D g he laid.,
\ By PETER BART Elvis Presley, Henry Fonda, member of his trade to earn his own chairs, sinks and oth- be fined $3.000 a day if it Council Thursday but the years. Research findings of the council
Marlon Brando and Steve Mc residuals. goes through with Its threatened in bulle-
Masters, 26 years School Board deferred acceptance said small would be published
Sebring White only
HOLLYWOOD er Today
In film equipment
the others, spendas old, will the boycott of rock products and to the
Queen many create basic hairstyles I until next month. were tin form and distributed
r amounts of grant money :
colony, where narcissism Is the has 15 assistants, will soon .
much $39 to have their pulpwood.The
as for two actresses Bar
schools.
Dr. J. B. White, professor of available for research of this members
national pastime, the hairdressers hair clipped by a "hair stylist" bara Rush and (open two new establishments boycott had been set to
beauticians Polly Bergen, ] the College cf Education, Issued kind, hence the need for such an White said the Idea was not
and the
even )named Jay Sebring, who has who are preparing new TV Berries and also presides over a thriving begin today, but no railroad officials the Invitation at the monthly about 20 states have>
barbers have taken stat- undertaking."We new -
on a become a sort of sideburn seer for next season. company that makes and could be reached after meeting of the board. million and nil-! but the
organizations
that Is at spend similar
ure once awes o m e the commission Issued its order
among the movie stars. I He will receive $250 a week sells hair preparations.
=! and intimidating. White Is pioneering the organization lions of dollars to support our Florida plan would work closer
When the hairdressers a nd'from each of the two shows as' Sebring has been responsible Thursday.To which plans to use se- schools, but very little goes In to the schools and make Its
71 Actresses who would explode makeup artists staged a par I'long as they are on the air, for a new fad among actors to buttress Its position, the lected public schools in the to education, research," White; findings easily adaptable.
If a director kept them wait- ty at the Hollywood Palladi urn I even though he will not set the patronize "hair stylists" 1 Instead commission sought a temporary state to cooperate with the University said. Other universities in Florida
.:/:Ing five minutes, gladly wait 'ladles hair prior to each show. of conventional barbers. restraining order in circuit courtin In the
recently, some of the biggest of Florida In conducting Representatives of the participating have shown an. Interest
five hours to obtain the attentions Masters will thus attain the ultimate St. Augustine. A recess was
.
stars in Hollywood gladly drop- Where old fashioned bar research on education and testing counties will meet In idea, but none have moved
of a popular hair stylist ped by to pay homage.The hairdresser's status bers clip and comb, Sebring, called until 11 a. m. to give the new teaching conceptson Norman Hall today to draft ahead with it yet, White said.
such Masters, When commission
.:, as George symbol he will be paid for attorney time to geta
a licensed cosmetologist ( the firing lines of the class-
Tony Curtis goes on location hegemony of the hair doing nothing. certified copy of the order working procedures for the ...........
coiffeur hair
) uses nets, dryers "
rooms.Ha will
overseas, he spends thousands dressers was demonstrat An FEC train that left Miami organization. Represented ;" ..
his several weeks when George Though hair stylists traditionally sprays and all manner of around told the board that, al- be Dade, Hillsborough, Polk, .' Una--
of dollars to Import Holly ago midnight carried more
have been rather elegant technological aids. Moreover 12 counties
ready representing
Brevard, Volusla, Manatee,
wood barber, Morry Mandel Masters signed a contract I than 40 cars of rock, gravel and V*
types, Sebrlng and Masters -where the barbers maya a k 700 schools, 11,600 teachers and Lake, Marlon, Columbia, Collier It"e.
'I presently the two young the customer how he wants his sand. However, these-materials 450,000 pupils have agreed to Levy and Flagler Coun- '. ..._.-_ ,,

WE CAN SERVE lions of the tonsorial trade, hair to look, Sebring will advance FEC were probably before the consigned to the participate in the research. Another [ties. "......... .'

both work in sweatshirts and his own styling recom discussed.An embargo was county is mulling over the Although Alachua County so; Nl UHl Ass 114 NW13ID.Ala Ocala l
: I rumpled trousers and look a bit mendations. To his regular I offer. has not formally Indicated It
: 250 like refugees from Actors Stu customers Sebring will co n- embargo would cause no will participate, It will have a
dio.The fide his formula for arresting Immediate disruption of construction Unitarians Due representative at the meeting. OPEN
31 year old Sebring baldness a regimen of daily work at Cape Kennedy, Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. anda
was so strapped for funds when shampoos, Intensive brushing according to the Corps of Engi Service Of special committee will study UNTIL 5:30.SATURDAY

LuncheonsIN :he opened his shop six years and careful grooming. I neers. A spokesman said contractors the plan and make a recom- .
had a seven to ten day :i Music: Poetry"An mendation at January's board For Your Gift

backlog of supplies, and when Hour of Poetry and Mu meeting.
Od ShoppigECYOUR
15 MINUTES! OS} DINING & could that gave be trucked out In.new supplies sic" Is the name of the pro-] Dr. White said the main ob- CENTRAL CHARGE et
gram for the Sunday meetingof jective of the council win be to
_.? For the fastest luncheon It would be several weeks be- the Unitarian Universalist make research and new discoveries I
service In town It's King's ENTERTAINMENT fore an embargo would hurt the Fellowship to be held at 11 a mat available to the schools in IIRL
w Food HOlt Cape, the spokesman said. 1204 NW 10th Ave. such a way that the classroom JLX y l" xr
11 Mid. Representatives of concrete Special selection have been teachers and school principalscan fW! BWlfW ON TW5R Of
1430 S.W. 13th STREET Open am
(EahttsuilttDadJ&un) companies told the commission chosen by Jacqueline Langee understand It I i
U.S. 441 South tilts Fri. & Sot 'till Thursday in Tallahassee that an mezzo soprano, Edward Trou-

embargo would cause Irreparable pin, violinist, and Walter Mar-
=: PHONE 378-1656 '. British Moves harm to the companies. It Inettl, who will read poetry. Col. Sanders Says:
Colony would also be expected to dis- Famous
composers' work will
== rupt road work and other large be heard -Bach, Brahms, Handel Be Sure to Buy Our I
0.12'1. TOMORROW s 10 A.M. To Calif. for Rat'By
I King construction along the Florida Reger, Faure, and Hmde-
= <.f' '- J. C. PENNEY east coast. mlth. Dylon Thomas' "A Child's CHRISTMAS SHOPPER

1 FREE CHRISTMAS BOB THOMAS to simulate the tropical foliage.1 The FEC proposed the embargo Christmas In Wales," will be,

I .:: MOVIE PARTY AP Movie-TV Writer The grass-shy California slopes after federal district court ordered read.
,I ON SCREEN also got a coat &f green paint to It to honor contracts with Everyone Is invited to attend,!
:: At HOLLYWOOD (AP) add to the effect. Total cost of 11 offtrain unions which have and to bring a friend.BelhleJiem i SPECIALBucket
:: "TARZAN"ON There's a bit of old bllghty In the set: $373,009.Fourteen I been on strike for nearly two
STAGE the nearby Conejo Valley these years.
':.: -"UNCLE BILL" days. English actors were The railroad, which has been ,
': IT'S FREE imported for top roles, and they 'operating a freight service with Ky.j Having r
= Listen to the accents on the were augmented by members of nonunion of Chicken
and
-" "King Rat" set and you might the local British colony. Extras supervisory personnel Annual Rush
said It could not find
think you're in Piccadilly, that'show
'
: were a problem. had to be
They
INJOY INSTANT FUN AT bloomin' British it Is. The enough qualified union men to BETHLEHEM, Ky. (AP) -
skinny, if not emaciated,. and
do the Job.Edwin The Bethlehem Post Office
:: liJO, 1:21, 5:22: 7:23, 9:24: movie Is kind of a reverse runaway the Screen Extras Guildcouldn't can 3.95 NOW $350
Mason, chairman of the cels Christmas mail with a special reg.
being made by a British
v supply the hundreds [commission, told the FEC: mark showing the Three
::4: producer, director-writer and that were needed. Casting "The commission finds the application Wise Men following the Star of. includes:
ImJ I cast, with the exception of New agents enlisted others from ChickenHot
I of the railroad has Bethlehem. I 15 Pieces of
,.
I \ Rock has Doris.. Yorker George Segal as the rat state unemployment offices failed to adequately support its Its pouulanty is reflected In Rolls

..Just where she wants hlm..lROCfcLTOllDSON himself. Producing "King Rat" Is request for an embargo It is the thousands of cards sent Cole Slaw
The Columbia film Is shootingnear James Woolf "Room at theTop" therefore ordered to withdrawthe from nearly every state to Bethlehem or Gravy
.
4' .. .
Nth 'h. aloud n4 J
illaklf it torw pick vp year if
Thousand Oaks on a ranch The director is former request and cancel the em for remallln,. I I
1 owned by the Hawaiian Steamship actor Bryan Forbes, who scored bargo." I The postmaster, Mrs. Lee I
w : DORisHJav( ) Co. There studio craftsmen success last year with his direction The strike, longest in U. S. Payton, normally mans the office .1 Kentucky Fried Ckkken i
have constructed sn amazing of "The L-Shaped Room." rail history, began Jan. 23, 1963, alone but will add five
TON lRJaNDa.... 41 replica of Singapore's Changl! He also wrote the "King0Rat" when 11 offtrain unions walked 11 worker for the holiday rush.I Phone '-'47% Phone 8.2959
Prison, where during the war script from the James Cla-ell off the Job. Operating employes Last year, she estimates, the 214 N.W. 13th Street 207 N.E. 16th'Are.

y 10,000 Allied prisoners were [novel. honored the picket lines, but volume was about 75,000
-e $CNDMe NO ; housed by the Japanese In facil- Forbes paused to explain why some have gone back to work In {I only SOD>> local mail. Pieces'l

[11lcaweRS ities originally intended for BOO the film was being made in California recent weeks after court orders I Bethlehem, population DRIVE-IN
\f ; ; It's quite a set. The perma- : "Because it would be .that the FEC reinstate prestrike In Henry County about 40. SUBURBIA
'" .11 ... 116t dVrtSMiL! nent prison towers with harsh Impossible to make In England. contracts. northeast of Louisville. I THEATRE

mm! MaO{Rft" ,,iM, UNIVER3itficV.-RcJUco r reality over clusters of thatched Even In the summer there

huts designed to house the over would be no assurance of good CAB Issues Report on 3 II EXCLUSIVE FIRST RUN
flow of prisoners. On the hillsides weather and we could run Into

are scatterings of rootless another 'Cleopatra' type of dis- Florida Aircraft AccidentsThe II Lost Times Tonight 7:00
:f I' palms and other portable plants aster." '
,
SUBURBIA DRIVE-IN WASHINGTON (AP) The( plane crashed during a : ; HE SAVAGE STORY OF"THECOYOTERO"
THEATRE Gideon Plans Civil Aeronautics Board released flight from Tallahassee to '
r. Fellowship reports Thursday oh Pompano Beach. a :..

three Florida aircraft accidents, A CAB report said a student THE UNTAMED DEVILS
SATURDAY ONLY :7:00 Annual Dinner SaturdayMembers saying that two were caused by pilot, Nathan K. Bramelster, 24,
TheI i pilot! error and cause of thethird of Palmetto, was killed, while I OFTHE APACHE DESERT!

I of the Gideon International was undetermined. practicing stalls at unsafe alti-

Fellowship will hold ,The CAB said little wreckagewas tudes. .
I their annual dinner Saturday at recovered from the July 7 A glider pilot, not identified ,

+ A the First Presbyterian Church crash of a light plane In Lake by the CAB, was injured seriously ,
II r1J1I't j fellowship hall Okeechobee which killed three at Bartow May 16 when I

occupants There was "insuffi! he "Inadvertently actuated the'
== : I Gideons, Christian business
1 I cient factual and material evidence two release Instead of the spoil. !'!
I and professional men, from 10| to assess the probablecause er extension" as he was being I
In Florida will attend
camps said the CAB. towed for a take off, thus losing
,
motion picture .._
with ministers and their wives]
... of the vo.rl ,,' 'Riri1t111J.2nd from many Gainesville area Killed In the crash were the control.--- ------ I
Feature churches. pilot, Stanley K. Parrish, 50,
I Warren Parrish and Thomas J.
4' CtMES"GOoD \. .Jack, Members of the nondenomlnatlnnal Nobles, all of Pompano Beach.lJil't 1M Modern ',,1 r'Gar.OR' '.rvre

-=::- '\ NElQlIIOIt ,W1Mt>>J day Gainesville group area will churches speak in Sun-20 Fed l'1 1 Shoe Heels Repair Attached Shop 4 ,


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SAM"ItIJJ Like School? a.2nd
J. II Perdue an International I 5 Mins. Feature
Gideon trustee from Hem- PHILADELPHIA (AP) -
tKEACTIU-JIE TIE 11tS! tNESPIIISI
-- Feature I phis, Tenn, will speak at Sat Thirteen elementary school pupils Soles Attached ,
: urday's dinner which begins atM and their teacher at the

,!::. pm. PERDUE W.S. Peirce School here were 15 Mins. taw t .al w ,
taken ill In their _
Thursday
'... I I Yule Market I I freshly painted classroom. I At Two Locations
Program Egg
t -1 All were treated at Graduate lUG W. U.I. A"..
new loves I JACKSONVILLE (AP-) The Hospital and released. I II I Carolyn Plata
,; I At TerivilJigcr Northeast Florida Egg Market Dr. Joseph F. Tabasco who FR '.OJ 15 and

prices to retailers: I examined the pupils at the 101 N. Main St.
I Christmas music by fourth Extra large 42H-4S mostly, I scene said the illness appearedto Ill Nat'l Bank
You've Heard About Them I'fifth and six graders at Myra large 40-41, mostly 41; medium have been S per cent from Opp.FR ,.$111I r aAfArKTAa COLORf +-
Terwllliger School will be part 31-34; small 29-34, mostly 30-34 I I paint fumes and M per cent psychological I

.: Now- See.He of program.Monday night's Christ mas Poultry at farms fryers 13. .. I .M!. o'
.. and r

Enjoy TheirTelenttI + |I| The program, part of theM 'h
:' A meeting which begins at I TONIGHT 3 JS: Wonderful

; CHUCK : : I''7.:30 p m, will be held In the !1 A l.clwi.. Pins An. Sh..1T
& cafclorlum.EQB1. .._ 0-. o.am ..11 a.n w hMi FOOD

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.. Pianist i wSTConnie r1 FY r7
r and : F- THRU V V V 1. DRINKSBeautiful

" Vocalist l SAT. HELD oANNT Jim Hutton
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,i :* STARTING TONIGHT AT S NEW ONE IN COLOR
s McnooouIflO : Courteous
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Lounge CONNIE LOVE"FIRST ,5' a. ozelac ere yours

THE SAME PROGRAM! : et .
= .. North Main at N.W. IOtA Ave.

=. -' ; Cocktail Hour Every Evening 5 to p.m. ANN-MARGRET J 11 1900 S.W. ]3th St.
Two Drinks For the Price of One tienena 1"1 1t
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'11;.... For Party Reservations Cell 371-1635 I. tet rvetieaa

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""r. Wcimer. Women's Editor I aurrtas sores SOX
I .Olt ALL TNt .AMILTZ
|Y, December 11 SATURDW, December 12 For Bride-to-be

fwer honoring. Miss Kay Luncheon complimenting 1 I Dr. Gordon Speaks to DARDr. I ; .
n, bride elect of Ron- ,
Miss .
Wiggins, I Mri. Betty Pound bride-etec Yellow races centered the U- Hussey, Mrs. S. T. Dell,
,ted- na Larch p.m.and Mrs. D. of Al Alsobrook, 1:30: p.m., ble for the luncheon given:I Mrs. Roy Purvis, Mrs. Clifford fu.lL..a Fotwa.a.r
test Mrs. U. S. Gordon was guest "The people who know their "will come to the turbo 1 lent '
easley at the Beasley Earl Powers, Mrs. Edwin Wednesday afternoon honoring C. Beasley, rot rs. William
speaker for the Gainesville God shall stand firm and take world only when Christ la universally
704 NE Third Avenue. W. Peck and her daughter action," from Daniel !(I: 32. acknowledged and :Miss Betty Pound, bride-elect George McCrea, Mrs. Cordon

cum,lulleI Mrs. Terrell C. David Chapter American of Revolution the Daughters Wednesday of. He emprastred the Divini'j: comes again In judgment of of Alvin V. Alsobrook, by Mn.(White and Miss Judy Brill. I '

the son, Gainesville[ Golf and afternoon of Christ from the prophecies nations." John Maines and Mrs W. G.
Country Club.Miscellaneous. the during a meeting of the Old Testament concern-I Dr. Gordon also stressed appreciation Boltin Jr.
a Church Fist Presbyterian Ing the birth of Christ to the of our American her The party look place at the WOJWVgifa. 1 1I 1i
not Fellowship Hall.
i shower honoring accounts of the hlfilrnTts! as
itage from our ancestors and Gainesville GoU and Country "
have M i. s Julie Cheves, Dr. Gordon took the theme,given In the Gospels. for the historical documents Club I I Irt

,.t loser the / bride-to-be of William N. Bab- for his talk from the tnt I "Universal peace," he said, they gave us. Miss Pound was presented Itu t1ed
>
) its cock, S p.m., Mrs. WilliamD. Mrs. George E. Evans, State a corsage of white roses and

r% / Reynolds and her daughter Regent of the Florida Society her mother, Mrs. C. Addison
m.F m Pound Jr., and her grandmother i
IF
DAR Introduced and discussed
oriels was
Miss Anne
Reynolds 1716 "
,
11 the NW :!. nt'i u('tir the alms of the national Mrs. C. Addison Pound Sr., :,, 4 ,
12th Road.Luncheon ;
01( I
overt organization. were presented corsages ., '
g
compliment I yellow roses I Io
rig
.aid. An ensemble from the Cirla'Chores
Miss Ilona Bergman, fiancee Guests included the honoree

POMJgfcl' of Joseph Ernest Parker of Mr. and !Mrs. Walter E. Godwin announce the birth of a I of under Gainesville the direction High of her mother, her grandmother, SWEATERS
Sell/JUl.
Cocoa Beach, 11:30: a.m., Mrs. daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Godwin, born on November 14 at Mri. Frank F. Becker, Mrs
, Wilson 0. Boozer and Mrs. Alachua General Hospital.The Mrs.program Walter of Christmas Morphree,songs gave a' Jlmmlt Hughes, Mrs S. A. From _

Erwin A. Clayton, GainesvilleGolf MEN'S DEERIODGE
!Mr, and Included Ruth Goddard \.. Etpo-
baby's paternal grandparents art Mrs. Ernest They Libby, .
and Country Club. .
drill of d
Godwia of Gainesville. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. J. M. Kathy Trotter Danes Teague, CalendarOf I slipper g.nuin. *rikm.
Tea honoring Miss Llona MacDonald of Gainesville, and lIareld E. Clark of Atlanta, Ga. Judy Hooker Mary Ann Greet w Eiptcially fonntd for K>ffn .
Oc.I. Bergman, bride elect of Joseph Thompson Vickie Garret, Linda S.I.dio" ,ii and strength Eloitit (oplm >>
Greathouse, Lynn Janet .. Foam rvbbtf insoles! iot*.
Ernest Parker of CocoaBeach
The
men 2 to S p.m., Mrs. W, Mrs. Rutland Reviews Evln Jones, Sue Widmayer, Suzanne Events Bane er tolar.LIBBYE'S. ,.1 reel rubber indoor outdoor sole. ''!\

on your A. Little, Mrs. r ran k U. Ford. bane or lowed pain. Sn.,7.12 l in me.
Greer and Mrs. F. W. Doug Mrs. Evan presided the new IT* rw drum width only Natural dxr*

gift list j las at the Douglas home 706 Book For Woman's ClubBy serving table appointed In SAURIHY, Drrrmbrr U nxrn olweYShes I In htr <'///II/Iordrofc / skin color or oil VI
Annual Holiday I Tour of '
Christmas colors. .00
'
SW 21st Avenue, Kirkwood. few
wouldprobably DORIS HYATTAt ways read the Christmas story Gainesville Garden Club, S 'ft
Hostesses for the afternoon p' iwtattn. Ls Gift
a from Luke II. to 6 p.m., homes of Mri. I>. Set the/nt I Wntfmf l-l SHOI DIPT.
si L. the Book Review meetingof I meeting( were Mrs. Arthur M. I
A. Davies, 2211 NW Fourth
The lather In the story faced
ofIn the Gainesville Woman's McNeely. Mrs. Albert Mdal.
Place, Mr and Mrs. John
select good Club Wednesday afternoon at I the vicissitudes of losing his Mrs. J. H. Vldal, Mrs. John F.
R. Harrison 727 SW 27th
1 ,
the club house, the speaker Mrs. 1 business and moving to the Hartman, Mri. James B. Montague Street, Golf view; Mr. and N... te tS. H,,,.. Th...,* I
cigars: forthemselves Eugene Rutland of Mcintosh, North Georgia mountains as If and Mrs. James C. 713 .... P.,lm. I I. "nt .,.. Let Mil GIFT WftAMINO
Flake NE!
Parker
was introduced by Mrs. AlbertC. this were a new and exciting Stakely Mrs. i 7".'" t "...t .... |kfH the USE YOUR CHARGE I
Seventh Avenue, and the inns .
adventure. Ch ltt*n Iva f .
t Ie 6eiseeellle tAq l.e Cewhe ,
yy,, Edgar, chairman of the Book of First Presbyterian I
tr. Te=NY 1 One colorful Incident relatedby Chapel I
\\ Review Division. Mrs. Rutland was the shat'log Frasers Church .I

a 1J. ) In her usual charming style, of the family Christmas dIn- University Medical Guild. '. PROBLEM? %
Mrs. Ru'land: reviewed Lillian
Christmas party for children
? ner with a road gang of convicts Establish
Smith's book, a "Memory of a working nearby. of Guild members, medI- Remember fYy
we
rn Large Christmas." Mrs. Eugene T. Upchurch, a cal students and houaeataff,
Give 4"I I The story opens In a small new club member, urged members New HomeMr. } to S p m, University of Florida handle delicious e j

him extra town in North Florida where to Join the reading program and Mrs. Frank Alexander Faculty Club. INDIAN RIVER '
the author, one of nine children, sponsored by Epsilon Sig Frawr, whose I la 1 American Association of '
marr e '
g
pleasurewith shared In the excitement of preparing ma Omicron In order to become took : University Women, Christmas CITRUS '
November 2S In
place SI
for Christmas, from the eligible for membership luncheon and bazaar, Noon, I Gift
home Pocks
Petersburg are now at at
l l'' pIP time of the falling of the nuts A social> hour followed with 1839 NW 39th Terrace Park Lane Cafeteria. r I
a to the finale of the fireworkson Mrs. M. T. Ilartman Jr., president I'1 Mrs. fraser Is the former SUNDAY, Drtrrabrr" 13 I
Christmas night and Mrs. J. Ed Price, Immediate -, Christmas tea PI Lambda
Mrs. Margaret R. Dun ke t,
MILD PERSONALLYTOURS Mrs. Rutland made one feel pant president awlMIng daughter oMr, and Mrs Thcla honorary educational ,M,MINI I N,1, ( j
that she knew the family group .the committee with hospitali Charles S. Roberson of SU Petersburg sorority, :1 to S p m, Dr and I
SMOOTH especially the father, who al :ties. formerly of Gaines Mrs. J. W. Norman, 405 NE C' ( order youri by Dte.
You eta add u elegint Tenth Avenue. Husbands as 12th for Chrittmotdelivery.
personalized touch to villa I i ''hv ,
The bride, who attended FlorIda honor guests.Gainesville ,
RELAXING your Hallmark Christmas UF Medical Guild Southern College, where Charter Chapter ,
cards by bating your Amrrkan Business Women'sAasoclatlon
she was a member of Alpha COLONIAL
name Imprinted. And Delta Pillll'orlty, She has been 7 p.m., dinner

FAMPAIUGGET you'll find It costs DO Christmas Party employed as a secretary to meeting, Holiday Inn FLOWERS,

more to send the very the t'F College of Medicine. INC.

beit-2) cards from UF Medical Guild will hold to J p m. at the University of Mr. Fraser, a graduate of I ;jD: ] ] Av
826 W. Unlf. ..
the University of G,'
Club. The
|l.00 up with a slight ts annual Christmas Party Florida Faculty irgla
' (for the children of medical students room will be decorated by Mrs..where he was a Sigma Chi, received : 1J + FR 2-5773
charge for our quality<<
o CIGARSoily House Staff and Guild Frank Agee with holiday his/ law degree from I '..FVN.. -?
I
imprintin& members, on Saturday from 3 greens and a Christmas tree. the John Marshall Law School -
CHESNUT OFFICE Mn. Richard Copenhaver, In Atlanta and his master's In v I
.;ra"IOOWNI'
EQUIPMENT CO., Inc. program chairman, has ar public administration from .,.....,.... t i
.. gift{ wrapped |Iq, IDs w. I}**..afy Newcomers ranged to have a folk t Harvard University. lie Is now Saturday Buffet r
handsome holiday Fa 2-1421 singer and dance select I oni s completing work toward hi a A delightful recipe for a
ackagct *f 25'i, and SO'aseas Dinner-Dance from the Pofahl School o f Ph. D. degree In bumneis administration spread that keeps well Ship Now. -
to $ .4s Dance. Mrs. Vincent Stenger at the University or Allen Matlnrk's Gypsy Caviar

I -- Gainesville Newcomers Club with several of the M e d lea Florida. I, Swedish Meatballs with Rice -

has slated a Christmas dine e r Guild children will sing songs Tossed Salad French Dread ORANGE r. JI

Why worry about size, dance for Saturday at 7:30: p.m.at from "The Sound of Music" B'nai Israel Frosted Layer Cake BeverageAllea / 'I t
Hotel Thomas. and Mri. Hilda Morris will tell Matlwk'i ''
colors and styles. Mrs. Caesar Rivera was hns- stories. Gypsy Caviar GIFT \ui\ r..

tees at a recent meeting of the After the program Santa ChanukahCelebration 2 tableipoona olive oil t I
Instead the
get club. Prizes were won by Mrs./Clans will "a"iv". Retrtih I medium onion, diced BASKETS If.
Charles Chflson, Mrs. Cordie I medium green pepper{ I I ;
., gift suited for menu will be served. ,
Webb, and Mrs. Lloyd Doug' dicedI

Y anyone as. I Serving as co chairmen for The festival Chanukah was large carrot, pared and
The next regular meeting Is I the event are Mrs. D. R. Offord celebrated by Cimgregat I o n coarnely grated ORANGES KUMQUATS GRAFIMUIT
nell slated for January 4. and Mrs Henry Bates B'Nai. Israel at the Education 1 medium eggplant (.bout
e Food delicacies
arm Center on Sunday. A traditional m pounds) unpeeled and
Garden from around supper was prepared and arrv- cut Into ti4-IncA cubes s.. D,.*, MIKE'S NEWS
Shower ComplimentsMiss ed by members of the sis 11 r- H teaspoon each oregano and '-ndpiac. AND BOOKSTORE

of Eating the world. hood 10 200 guests.Preceding basil Ord. At
n IBricc
706 W. Unir. the supper, chiledren l ctovi garlic, cnj.hd 11t S.E.1st St.rb. fa 6.UIS
. All beautifully Carol SteckertMiss from the rellflnus school can (I ounces) tomato

r (resented original skits commemorating II sauce
gift packaged. Carol Seckert. bride- Jr. and her mother, Mrs George! the holiday. and pepper to last Orange Groves

elect of John E. Hudson Jr. R. Bartlett at the la Iter'* Mrs. Alvin Dobrorf and Mrs In a Urge skillet/ heat the lOX 2? CAiNESVIUI./ 'LA.t' .
Choose from (was complimented with a miscellaneous home. Richard Drrsdner were co-I olive oil; add onion and cook
shower recently giv- The hosteMes presented Mill chairman. They were assistedby covered, over low .heat until

t such countries as England, en by Mrs. Edward R. Whitley Steckert' with all electric perco.lator. .. Mrs. David Blber, Mn. wilted and gn'oVn.' Add grcra

Phillip Emmer, Mn. Stanley prpprr, carrel and eggplant; MtylRlirt
France, and Germany, LWML Elects I The guest! list included the Franklin, Mn. Mandrl Glbksrg -: cover and continue e .o k Ing ",i.ltt
honoree, her mother, Mrs Mrs. Ira ('nd"n, Mrs over low .brat aUrrlng occasionally tach, t.
just to name a few. Sleckert. Mrs. Glenn R. H ud- Meyer Haven Mrs. Mend ell: until e 11 p I lID t la if IT'S EVERYONE'S FAVORITE

New OfficersMrs. sun, mother of the bridegroom-: Umber. Mn. Mat Koprlo- caked through! a b 0 ut M MOCCASIN I
elect, Mrs. D. T. Royiter Jr., wit:, Mrs. frpl Landmnan, minutes Add oregano, basil!,
C. E. Yost cars elected Mrs. John W. Klrkpatrltk HI. Mrs. Joseph Llrhter. Mist Sophia /[ garlic tomato sauce and salt =\1
GIVE A HARD-OF-HEARING ,president of the Lutheran Wom!Mrs. Frederick Bamman III,' MIChaela Met. Louis Morel and prpptr. Cook, uncovered I Greens

en's Missionary League of the Mrs. Edward Carroll, Mrs. .'IJ,- Mn. Sam Proctor Mrs. Irvin.I until UIKK. Serve hot or cold ; DoW
FRIEND A REAL i First Lutheran Church for the ham T. Cob, Miss Va a elf'Robblns. Mn Gerald Rudder as a spread with. sesame d{; ; ;

, INning year Christmas at the recent party.meet- Cooper John E.Mrs.Hudmn.W. H.Mus%urn Jan, Mn.El:'I man,. and Mn. Paul Zimmerman. seed crKkers. Store to refrigerator WOW!

r "GIFT OF HEARING"This Other new officers Dam ed lien Hudson Mill Sharon Sitjes. -

were Mn. James Suhmann, Miss Josephine Johnson an1
--- fi \
i the season that a vice president; Mrs. Clay t. DHWlud ,Mill Berky Schweyer ,< r'

, friend or relative will GIFT CERTIFICATE secretary and Mn. Edwin Also Mn. Herbert ftctivtyer, Gas Genie says: 5JI I ,.: :.If
I I Jill, treasurer. Mn. Roy N. Green. Mr*. H. J.Saberi. I y e,
truly appreciate a Savings< .
I I r d Miriam Circle, with Mrs. Herbert I Mn. Homer Dunlap. o I
! Cif aQ Zenith N I
i on an new 3 r
i I J Peppel as chairman, prerented Mrs Mary Grace Sande f. r ENJOY
I Ear.Level II arln Aid. I ;
( CJ'1'
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.:. the program. Members,Mrs. William T, Mourner, Mn.
Fill in the attached "Gift 0 t ; !: of Dorcas, Esther, Rachel and,H K. Wallace. Mrs. 1. Walt I
CLEAN FAST
Certificate and bring U t i.; t Sarah Onles were ai charge of.KlrkpatnVk and Mra. CrlcrKirkpitrkk I ,

tons.(Or ha\e them corns II; I I i.1_ i the- -nodal_: .hour_. .._- I( : COOKING I
in with it). This savings : III 1-

can be redeemed anytime : : : I I :'il \ with/ Ir.I M -

before New Years. ;.e..: a .. ,.. ,--
Tale a minute NOW to I N I ;1 t 1 21.Ch' I --.. ,.. ..
In
friend better bearing I en : I ...FCC !J. eN YOUR LSTR

for YZAKS. I g I 11.Uij 3 I natural gas MD CKEIH. IN" VIRGIN. WOOL FELT ,

'. "..: 1.I.d.oiiamiCOUCH'S' _I fLORIDA SIZH4TO/ IO-AA-1 J6.50
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CITRUS BecouM 'it'i tos*r to control a gat lorrw, oat cookIng USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
7JPH [
w clearer/ ond cooler When a oot' burner

UN"" I OS N. MAIN. ST. Snd cf t++aphtfulness flits turned Or th t Not It tMre imtonf ly. No "wormup"wotting
a grit
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period ti reqixred and whenyou turn "if off
hoe d HEARING AIDS I GAIHESVIUIFRESH otr frmt, ) tli". mormolode the Mot i is pone imm'td.ottly> Ask tf* popl who PAGAN'SBOOTCRY

ZENITH HEARING AID BATTERIES o gift t** who'e: family will enjcy. UM cturol Got.
All eronget art delolCUI l seedlettnovels. cn OUR mi SURVEY & ESTIMATE

FOR MOST HEARING AIDS .
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If You Hero A Htorina ProbUm S.e A Doctor Gainesville A S Cori \
CREEK GROVES '.. 102 W. UNIVERSITY AVI.

First, Theft Test Try A ZoitH H.ori"9 Aid .. 0. ... 101. ...... ti.eee ..... ......11 r
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10 Gainesville Sun Friday, December 11. 1964



t ''Beauty Parlor' Rituals Warn Boycott FEC To Schools Invited to Join '




; Bring Fines New Development Council ;

Invade Men
i Hollywood Alachua County's schools Membership and participationwill I Translating and communicating
ST. AUGUSTINE (AP) The were invited to become charter I cost counties 1 cent per' new knowledge about education
: Public Utilities Commission says members of the new Education pupil for the first year and S is one of our problems,"

: 3ff w flork[ ZTlmra rather than risk a local hand. that may make him the first ago that he personally Installedhis the Florida East Coast Railwaywill Research and Developm n t,cents per pupil in succeed I n g he said.
By PETER BART Elvis Presley, Henry Fonda, member of his trade to earn own chairs, sinks and other be fined $5,000 a day If It Council Thursday but the years. I Research findings of the council
Marlon Brando and Steve Mc residuals. Masters, 28 goes through with its threatened School Board deferred
years equipment. Today Sebring accept White said only small would be published in bulletin
.* HOLLYWOOD In the film Queen, many others, spendas old, will create the basic ha ir has 15 assistants, will boycott of rock products and ance until next month. amounts of grant money were form and distributed to the
where narcissism Is the soon .
colony much as $.10 to have their styles for two actresses, Bar- pulpwood.The Dr. J. B. White professor of available for research of this members schools.
national pastime the hairdressers hair "hair stylist" bara Rush and open two new establishments boycott had been set to the cf Education Issued
clipped by a Polly Bergen College kind, hence the need for such an White said the Idea was not
beauticians and even the named Jay Sebring, who has who are preparing new TV terries and also presides over a thriving begin today, but no railroad officials the Invitation at the monthly! undertaking. have
about 20 states
barbers have taken on a slatmD could be reached after new -
become a sort of sideburn seer for next season. company that makes and meeting of the board. "We spend million and millions
lire that is at once awesome the movie stars. He will receive week sells hair preparations. I the commission Issued Its order I similar organizations but the
among : 1250 a White is pioneering the organ of dollars to support our Florida plan would work closerto
"::. and Intimidating. When the hairdressers a nd,from each of the two shows as Sebring has been responsiblefor !Thursday.To buttress its the ization which plans to use selected schools, but very little goes in the schools and make Its
Actresses who would explode makeup artists staged a long as they are on the air a new fad among actors to position, public schools in the to education, research," White adaptable.
par I findings easily
..:. If a director kept them waited ty at the Hollywood Palladl! urn even though he will not set the patronize "hair stylists" Instead commission sought a temporary state to cooperate with the University said. Other universities in Florida
Ing five minutes gladly wait I ladies hair prior to each show. of conventional barbers. restraining order In circuit courtIn of Florida In conducting Representatives of the participating
recently, some of the biggest have shown an Interest in the
five hours to obtain the attentions Masters will thus attain the ultimate Where old fashioned barbers St. Augustine. A recess was research on education and test: counties will meet In have
stars in Hollywood gladly drop- Idea, but moved
none
I t called until 11 a. m. to give the
of hair styli s
a popular hairdresser's status
clip and comb, Sebring ing new teaching conceptson Norman Hall today to draft f
ped by to pay homage. ahead with it\ yet, White said.
commission
.. such as George Masters, When symbol he will be paid for a licensed cosmetologist ((1 e. attorney tune to geta the firing lines of the class working procedures for the
Tony Curtis goes on location The hegemony of the hairdressers certified copy of the order. "S".
nothing. hair
doing coiffeur) uses nets, dryers rooms. organization. Represented will ..
overseas, he spends thousands was demonstrate d Though hair stylists traditionally sprays and all manner of An FEC train that left Miami lIe told the board that, already be Dade' Hillsborough, Polk .'5"--- ...
of dollars to Import his Hollywood several weeks ago when' George have been rather elegant technological aids Moreover. around midnight carried more 12 counties representing Brevard, Volusla, Manatee,
barber, .Morry Mandel- Masters signed a contract types, Sebring and M a aI where the barbers may ask than 40 cars ot rock, gravel and'700 schools, 18,600 teachers and Lake, Marion, Columbia Collier I. *Trl4 &kb,
----- -- sand. However
these materialswere
U I ers: presently the two young the customer how he wants his 450,000 pupils have agreed to Levy and Flagler Count V.. .****** .
lions of the tonsorial trade, hair to look, Sebring will advance probably consigned to the participate In the research. Another .... .....
WE CAN SERVE FEC before the embargo was ties.Although ....
both work In sweatshirts and his own styling recom. county is mulling over the Alachua County .. .
discussed.An 201 NB 16th A. IN NW nil AIM Oct I.
rumpled trousers and look a bit mcndatlons. To his regular 1 offer. has not formally indicated it
250 like refugees from Actors Stu- customers Sebring will co n- embargo would cause no will participate, it will have a
fide his formula for arresting Immediate disruption of construction Unitarians Due ,representative at the meeting. OPEN
dio.The 31 year old Sebring baldness a regimen of daily work at Cape Kennedy, I Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. anda
YING was so strapped for funds whenhe shampoos, intensive brushingand according to the Corps of Engi Service Of special committee will studythe UNTIL 5:30SATURDAY
opened his shop six years careful grooming. :neers. A spokesman said contractors plan and make a recom-
Luncheons had a seven to ten day i Music, Poetry mendation at January's board For Your Gift

.,. backlog of supplies, and when "An Hour of Poetry and Mu meeting.Dr. Shopping ConvenienceUSE
boaxost DINING & that gave out, new supplies sic" Is the name of the program White said the main ob- YOUR
IN 15 MINUTES! could ba trucked la
CENTRAL CHARGE at
for of
the Sunday meetingof jective the council will be to
.= For the fastest luncheon It would be several weeks before the UnitarianJnlversallst make research and new discoveries I
service in town it's King's ENTERTAINMENT an embargo would hurt the Fellowship to be held at 11 a.m. available to the schools In EHI n.
Food Host. Cape, the spokesman IBid at 1204 NW 10th Ave. such a way that the classroom *
I ,1.HIodewMC iy
Representatives of concrete Special selection have been teachers and school principalscan ,,
*tor
1430 S.W. 13th STREET Open 11 am MidI companies told the commission
CiafntsuiftcDatlg 1Dt chosen by Jacqueline. Langee_ understand It. I
I ": U.S. 441 South cite Fri' Sat 'till' ) Thursday In Tallahassee that an mezzo soprano, Edward
: embargo would cause Irreparable pin, violinist, and Walter Trou'l
= PHONE 378-1656 I am. British Moves harm to the companies. It Inetti, who will read Col. Sanders Says:
Colony would also be expected to dis- Famous composers' work will'
rupt road work and other large be heard Bach, Brahms, Han "" Be Sure to Buy Our
,= oil TOMORROW 10 A.M. ,'To Calif. for 'King- Rat'By construction along the Florida del, Reger, Faure, and Hinde-

-1 p =. J. PENNEY east coast. mlth. Dylon Thomas' "A Child's i CHRISTMAS SHOPPER
FREE CHRISTMAS BOB THOMASAP to simulate the tropical foliage. The FEC proposed the embargo Christmas in Wales," will be'

:::. MOVIE PARTY Movle-TV Writer The grass-shy California slopes after federal district court ordered 'read. I
also got a coat of green paint to It to honor contracts with Everyone Is Invited to attend,
"\ -: It ON SCREEN HOLLYWOOD (AP) add to the effect Total cost of 11 offtrain unions which have I and to bring a friend.BethJchem I SPECIALBucket
= "TARZAN"ONSTAGE There's a bit of old blighty In the set: $375,000.Fourteen been on strike for nearly two

the nearby Concjo Valley these English actors were years. I II
= = "UNCLE BILL" The railroad, which has been
days. imported for top roles, and they operating a freight service with Ky. Having I
IT'S FREE I ,
:: Listen to the accents on the were augmented by members of nonunion and of Chicken
"King Rat" set and might supervisory personnel Annual Rush I
you the local British colony. Extras said It could not find
; uT1I; think you're in Piccadilly, that's were a problem. They had to be!enough qualified union BETHLEHEM, AP
.. ENJOY" INSTANT FUN AT men to Ky. ( ) -
how bloomln' British It Is. The skinny, if not emaciated and I do the Job.Edwin The Bethlehem Post Office cancels '
I .?. .: 1i20, ':21, '::22, 7:23, 9:24: movio Is kind of a reverse runaway the Screen Extras Guild Mason, chairman of the Christmas mail with a special reg. 3.95 NOW $3'50

,. being made by a British couldn't supply the hundreds commission, told the FEC: mark showing the Three
producer, director-writer and that were needed. Casting "The commission finds the application Wise Men following the Star of includes
r : LSI cast: with the exception of New agents enlisted others from of the railroad has Bethlehem.Its I, 15 Pieces of ChickenHot
',' Rock has Doris Yorker George Segal as the rat state unemployment offices. failed to adequately support Its popularity Is reflected In I Rolls
4 I Just where she wants hlm..lROCfouHtJDSON himself. Producing "King Rat" Is request for an embargo. It Is the thousands of cards sent Cole Slow
I ITop"
., The Columbia film Is shooting James Woolf "Room at the therefore ordered to withdrawthe from nearly every state to Beth or Gravy
A*.il.bl. II both IhI... Ph... ahead end pick vy your aids
\ near Thousand Oaks on a ranch The director Is former request and cancel the embargo lehem for remaHing.
l owned by the Hawaiian Steam actor Bryan Forbes, who scored ." The postmaster Mrs. Lee
:6' DORisQav[ ship Co. There studio craftsmen success last year with his direction The strike, longest In U. S. Payton normally mans the office Kentucky!{ fried Ch1.eeK
have constructed an amazing of "The L-Shaped Room." rail history, began Jan. 23, 1983, alone but will add five
-. -' TON lRJaND8B- replica of Singapore's Changl lie also wrote the "King Rat" when 11 off-tram unions walkedoff workers for the holiday rush. Phone 6-6472 Phone 8-2959

1 Prison, where during the war script from the James Clavtl! the Job. Operating employes Last year, she estimates the 214 N.W. 13th Street 207 N.E.-16th Ave.

10,000 Allied prisoners were novel. honored the picket lines, but volume was about 75,000 pieces,
) ( $en D nee No .' housed by the Japanese in facilities Forbes paused to explain why some have gone back'to work in only 500 local mail.
Intended for 600It's recent weeks after court orders Bethlehem, population 250, Is II
i lncaweRS originally the film was being made In Cal- DRIVEINTHEATRE
; : that the FEC reinstate prestrike In Henry about :
County 40 miles
... quite a set. The permanent ifornia: "Because It\ would be SUBURBIA
... MIcL/P7III., prison towers with harsh Impossible to make in England. contracts. northeast of Louisville. I

I YARn! rmCIfER P5&jOal'A UNIVERAI PIcs..7 c&. coQrr e reality over clusters of thatched Even In the summer there I
huts designed to house the over would be no assurance of good CAB Issues Report on 3 EXCLUSIVE FIRST RUN
flow of prisoners. On the hillsides weather and we could run Into
I are scatterings of rootless; another 'Cleopatra' type of dis Florida Aircraft Accidents I Lost Times Tonight7:00
palms and other portable plants aster."
.
DRIVE-IN WASHINGTON: (AP) The The plane crashed during i\ HE SAVAGE STORY OF"THECOYOTERO11.
i SUBURBIA THEATRE Gideon Fellowship Plans Civil Aeronautics Board released -flight fiom Tallahassee to R"'

reports Thursday on Pompano Beach. I }. ...
c three Florida aircraft accidents, A CAB report laid a student
THE UNTAMED
DEVILS
SATURDAY ONLY 7:00 I Annual Dinner SaturdayMembers saying that two were caused by pilot, Nathan K. Bramelster, 24, ,
T h' pilot error and cause of the of Palmetto, was killed while OFTHE APACHE DESERT!

1 of the Gideon In- third was undetermined. practicing stalls at unsafe altitudes :

I ternational Fellowship will hold The CAB said little wreckagewas
,
7f I their annual dinner Saturday at recovered from the July 7 A glider pilot, not Identified

r I IU the First Presbyterian Church rash of a light plane In Lake by the CAB was injured serf-I 1-
EI fellowship haIL Okeechobee which killed three ously at Bartow May II when v
I I ccupants. There was "insuffl- he "inadvertently actuated the
\ j I Gideons, Christian business :Ient factual and material evidence two release instead of the spoil.i
/ and professional men, from 10 A-- to assess the probableause er extension" as he was being
camps in Florida will attend .p, ," said the CAB. towed for a take off, thus losing
nation picture \ -.;;;;: I with ministers and their wives 3 p/ control. ,
of the year) Re1 Rtrn't1r>>'Afttl< from[ area f -.
2nd Feature many .tYEatDUE pilot, Stanley K. Parrish, SO, .. T(
\ I churches. \ Narrcn Parrish and Thomas J. I .

CrMFS"GOoDJnck, Members of the nondcnnmlna-l! Cobles all of Pompano Beach! Modern .roerR
..1 : ,
,
tlonal group will speak In 20, Shoe 4z ;
: a Repair Shop
:: .....Olt ,WdMON day.Gainesville area churches Sun-i Didn't; Feel Heels Attached

Like School? artsesan a,,.
SAM"R. t J. II. Perdue, an lnternatlon-l I 5 Mins. 2nd FeatureTIEICTIOIL.TIETIRIUS
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -
al Gideon trustee from MenH
.:.. 3rd Feature phis, Tcnn.. will speak at Sat Thirteen elementary school pupils :I Soles Attached IIESPIILSI
urday's dinner which begins at and their teacher at the

,s:30 p.rn.I' W.S. Pcirce School here were, 15 Mins.At Seal beater ,.
.M
taken ill Thursday In their

': lilt.! J t Yule ProgramAt I Egg Market freshly All were painted treated classroom.at Graduate)I 1620 Two W. Locations Univ./ Ave ague 1.aa.e.> _

now loves JACKSONVILLE (AP- The Hospital and rclcawd. ,I Carolyn Plata
Tericilligcr :Northeast Florida Egg !Market Dr. Joseph F Tabasco, who I fR 6-03IS and kv
I prices to retailers: examined the pupils at the 101 N, Main St.
Christmas music by fourth Extra large 42H-4J, mostly 41; scene, said the illness appeared_ Opp. 1st Nat'l Bank
You've Heard About* Them fifth and six graders at Myra large 40-41. mostly 41; medium to have been S per cent from FR 6-5211 YUEATN.TAAseCOLORI7
I
.. Terwilligrr School will be part 31-34; small 2N4. mostly >>31.I paint fumes and 95 per cent pII). _

Now- See j, of Monday night's Christ m a s Poultry at farms: fryers 11 chological.. ,' .L... .. J. U

Hear and program.

Eniov Their The program part of the Mw

: TelentstCHUCK! ,,,, PTA meeting which begins at TONIGHT : Wonderful

: 1:30: p.m., will be held In the .IN.J rr.rU Eulwi-. Pine Ape. Sh.w ..*'!
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and THRU I CARSON' t 3

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M M MMr PAULA MINTISS AT
I 2nd BIG WEEK
" APPEARING NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M. CIO. HAMILTON t:GI DECORCourteous
1 = MtUNA ANTHON'MIMCOUXI
-S- STARTING TONIGHT AT toCiiNa ONNH'J NEW ONE IN COLOR"LOOKING

i I lAP 1 :00. J 00.
; :: UNITED LIQUORS I VALLONB SOO.TIIS.PHAEDRA ""
gas FIRST TIME EVER! SERVICE
{ "' FOR
i -. Lamplighter Lounge CONNIE fr ANN ON
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THE SAME PROGRAM!
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: North Mete' et N.W. 10th A... I e.

::; -. : ..-. Cocktail Hour Every Evening 5 to 7 p.m. : ANN-MARGRET 1900 S.W. 13th St.L. .
i -- -- Two Drinks For the Price cf One "KITTEN WITH A WHIP-.oSs e'r

= __ For Party Reiervettons Cell 37S-16J4 Jt\"f Restr..eionf

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DEAR ABBY AaF.ARF.l $IlDDE4l.VI
ARF NAVE THE
Wlwt'a ymr ,. ... iw ..... H FEELINGSAID

She .nl. reply, writ* to Akty. lo. 1X5, ARF! ARC ,
Slipped
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Include ..rr..44,..... iNm1tn- ARF!
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Abigail "!_ Akk, .mw_ .ll ....iL

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, DEAR ABBY: :Recently the Janitor who works in the office since you are closer to him, he Is the one to approach
( where my sister Is a secretary told her In front ol some about remedying this unfortunate situation. Perhaps his r7.Si4r4 SHAKIi LOOK HEA2.V7ANIMAL, NOW 5T's 1MHAT 4?

other employees that her slip was showing. My sister be- wife Is shy and has been walling for yon to Invite her to "'+r DOESYt =WaIUTNFR w 3ALTON ME:! VKGKTABLE//- OTCPSKASONIM ORMINERAL KEWIiUP!!
came very angry and told him that she thought he was call you something more personal.' Give her the benefit of U w'IS-TAK1iTHIs T xr eat ALi1
out ot line to have made such a personal remark to her. Asa the doubt But ask your son to straighten her out. .. FRIGHTENED 15ti=/>rAR- AN'ANSWf-RTFI' 1- T1aI5f5E
result of this, many unpleasant things have developed % OLD BOYW'yORI; QUESTION.'- ; LEADIN'DOES
t which I do not care to go Into here. But our family is now DEAR ABBY: What does a girl do when she is smarter 23 > LAWFUL '3tY- \ UP 10?
9 arguing about it at home. Some of the members of our family than every boy she knows? I an a rather pretty (U am / ''J say that a person who is in a lower class should not told) girl of IS and I have never bad a date in my life.
r make personal remarks to someone who Is in a higher I am sun It is because I am so smart In school that I scare

class. Your opinion Is needed. all the boys away. It is very embarrassing always to get .., '.
1I ELECTED TO WRITE the highest grade in the class. How can I solve this? I ...
DEAR ELECTED: Class shmass! Just because a nan's don't want to let my grades drop Just to be popular Can
i e a Janitor docs not mean that he is of a class below that you offer a suggestion? Tagged
J ol a secretary. The poor man was probably only trying "THE BRAIN":
to be helpful. Your sister showed more than her illp-the DEAR BRAIN Use that superior brain of yours to noodle
revealed her Ignorance and arrogance as well. out the real reason for your unpopularity. The gradesare '
your alibi-not your problem HE'S GOT A A FROt3ELINGSHOT. WHAT CAN YE GIT > IT'S A
DEAR ABBY: Our son married a girl with two children. e e :.e WHAT CAN WE alT PONDER 1 ,, 1AN' A W FER A VOONG-UN STUMPER PAW ,
He legally adopted these children. It has been almost two DEAR ABBY: Nick and I were engaged for three ,..t LfETL! UGHAID I A OLTIRE6WING, WHITTLIN' THAT'S GOTEVER'THING
ROLUM'HOOP t ?
years now and the wife and children have never called us months and all our friends knew It. We broke up about two FER MIS SIRFDAY. I; AN'A SACK OF -a/): KNIFE 1
anything but "MR. AND MRS. SO-AND-SO." It is very embarrassing weeks ago and I gave Nick his ring back. Now everyone PAW ? MARVELS r 1
when our friends and neighbors ask us if those wants to know what happened. They ask me if I broke It .. 1t
, children don't know that we are their grandparents We off, or did he? I don't feel like talking about It Besides, It's .
think It.. terrible, and want to know what you think and nobody's business. How do I answer these busybodies? ,. i
what should be done about it? NOT TALKING

"MR. AND MRS. SO-AND-SO" DEAR NOT: Simply tell then that yon and Nick agreedto ::J t tr
DEAR MR. AND MRS.: Your son Is halt to blame. And disagree Period. Then change the subject.

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2.OOO FtET AWAY AT THE V n"a sTARflNG
1 LO K9 FOR THE MISSING -nsa OFPICIP.II .
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O WUFT O WESII-TV (NBC) Daytona Beach u soon,

(Education) O WJXT ABC, CBS) Jacksonville tee 1

U of F, Gainesville (D WFCA-TV (ABC, NBC) Jacksonville

Friday Evening '10:00 O Jack Paar Menace Break My Bones." The ., .b. a rIN
J:00 O Well's Fargo (Color) Guests on to I 11:30 O The Jell DS 12 year -old daughter nlw.
; O Mike Douglas' night's show, filmed 1 in O ID Fury of widow Duff D. n his
J:25: O Moments In Sports London, are singer Judy 12:00 O Sky Klag takes an Instant dislike to 1 iWHATYd1MlAN
5:30: O Netscape Garland, actor Robert I O I ID Exploring her future stepfather.Congressional -- -. -- -. rBIll'
O World Civilization Morley and author Ran- U:30 a Friend Micka candidate
My DON.
OJ BC SURCTO WOK! MEIN
5:55 D (Color) Local News, dolph' Churchill.O : 1:00 O Spotlight Geoffrey Karr and DOAS UCiVJ LOIiAV'UuNe( : DABVTV / A COUPLe HOURS .AN WILL
Weather, Sports The Saint Q Lloyd Thaxton Mike steps In to keep z .y'R' ANYSMOW VS 00 Our AN OET MARRICDf
YOU'RE GONNA HELP r; TONIGHT/Yaite ,_ TONION'N ,
6:00: O News, Sports, "T h e Covetous Heads- DMwl her from ruining Karr'a +. ME SOBER UP* I -r a GOIN4 TO EtQI r
Weather man." Simon Templar (Color) "Conqueror ol political image. Craig I c CAN [XJ THAT SHOW -' '
O Sunshine Almanac meets Valerie North on a the Desert" Stevens, Horace Me M .- BLINOFOLPEWe i

1:15 O News Highlights plane trip to Paris. Va- 1:30 O Movie hon, Lanl Miyazaki, guest "
1:30: O D O News lerie Is going to visit her To Be Announced cast Includes Lola Albright ;
O Using Numbers brother but she find 1:45 O Pre-Gamc Show Philip Abbott i'I I
fW O Vancy Derringer he's been murdered. 2:00: O Pro Football Louis Edmonds, Lisa Ja-
-- O Death Valley Days I ID Fugitive Browns vs. Giants ger and Nancy Cush- r

a What's New- "Cry Uncle.. Klmble'I 1:00 ID Film Feature man. _
Children forced to aeek refuge I Ian In 4:00 m All-American Team 10M O Gunsmoke
"Mattl.! Part 1. Story of orphanage during i a
4:30: O Outlaws Cowboys Bob Sulllns I C 1 1I
a Finnish war orphan and manhunt for three holdupmen. O Pro Football Report and Art McLane are en- f l I Iw

his attempts to find his Guest cast Includes 4:45 O To Be Announced emies, but they have the

sister, who he believes Is Brett Somers, Edward CD Wrestling same taste In girls: Both W lint. T H. N I 4471-t gtIIA ?-
still alive. BK-.. Steve Ihnat D o n- 5:00: O Wllburn Brothers like Kitty's new saloon i ...uobNessT.us -ri I sou. DoM T sesM.LAO
B Glenn Reeves a.' osby and Essay i 1:30 Q O Porter Wagoner hostess Elsa Poe. Guest P ININ/ap due .S coeo* uon'tv M4 Tofl -
:Music Howard. CD FllnUlones cast Includes Bethel Leslie ; 1 MV RuoM, aide .
wtN.A
7:30 O InternationalShowtime I1M O O News, Sports, r r Is '- AuvyO i
1:00 O Fishing Fun Michael Forest W. _
Ii
Weather O NtwsnlghtO Claude Akins, Jason Ev-
O Rawhide I ID (Color) News,
a (Color) News ers and Jacque Shelton. AO
O Film Short Sports, Weather Weather Sports 11:00 O Detectives
"B Combat! 11:25 O Movie-Double L.u.
':15
O Newscope "Terror On Ice." A desperate +
7:13 0 Florida Blue Key Feature
1:30 O Deputy I
"Mrs. and Mr. killer named So-
,"Law and Medicine. 1. O'Malley "The Big Four" ,
1:00: O As Fairs Co- Malone.. (Comedy; mIl) {D Daniel Boone Icy, fleeing from Hoi-
becomes brook and his squad,
Documentary A crime-fiction Ian "
"The Time of a Fair." a detective's con "Pompey. In Salem, grabs a hostage and I
Daniel notices that a reward 1
ducks Into the walk In
federate. Main
Marjorie ,
This first of a three-part Is being offered for
James Whitmore Ann refrigerator of a m eat -
study of the New York -
the return ol a r u naway
market. Russo
World's Fair looks at the Dvorak 2. "The H-Man. recognizesthe WALKING,TALKING
slave named Pompey, but solo SUM SO 60aN,ND, Mau WOA'NLNTLNU11Tl4
of four (Science Fiction; Japanese market ai the place AD FOR tf SORT aecoecYN. .
mood and purpose h* little attention r0ttrL TNL-"Tot { AND I WM lOIN rt "
past fairs, as well as the ; 1959)) H-bomb tests until pays he discovers that where his son works .rl ant MstseeN!. yu J BOH? ourrt Bonet tsc /Of A WACKY WAY wtu. wroAMto DN AND I COVER SAW A LNIN4.DAICVIM4 .
to see how create beings, made of and suddenly realizes that WHAT AN UNUSUAL/ OATMLAL Glal1 TO MY KK. THAT .,DID 1ALA1N/HG/ COW TILL
one, SLL HOW Wy blench '
present some of his new blacksmith DAIRY PAM
each represented the climate water, that subsist en hu- tools have been the hostage Is his I 'F I I, $AML?...AND SO fft,MAS.Noeml...tOM MOD m MY[ HJTUU, wt'i You beow ue I WAS is!
of its time. mans. Yuml Shlrak a w a, boy Peter Robert Taylor, Ar/ApIR1ATl! cuOVt IDOWIlWICtIUT nf IN WISCONSINt /
1:30 O I ID Bob Hope KenJI Sahara, Aki h I k 0 0:4: stolen.O News Tlge Andrews, Doug Lam/ ... THtY BO* -'y

(Color) "The Shattered Hirata, Eltaro O s a w a. 7:00 O Emlgn OTool bert Adam William"Walter tMIANNNILL.
(Two hours, 20 min) Burke
Glass. Five years ago A stoned! Commander
talented young architect 11:30: O D (Color) Johnny 11:25: O CO News, Sports,
has
Stoner ruined Malayan
a
....
Carson Weather I
David Vincent turned to general's garden. ,
his girl 1:00: ID Movie "Across the Wide Missouri.
1M bottle after Dean Jones. Jay C. Flip 4 AI '-
friend Helen married I "Bait" ((1954) A prospector pen. Jack Albertson. Jack ." ((1951)) Finding I -.. -
another man. Now Hel- persuades a young Mullanty. Pamela Searle good beaver country In''. ,
en's husband is dead, and farmer to become his O Jimmy Strickland the Rockies, Hint Mitchell I

David hopes to resume partner. When gold Is discovered 7:31 O CD flipper decides to do his / ---- --
the romance C a tin-I the prospect o r (Color) "The Lady and trapping there, despite
eludes Shirley Jones, William devises a scheme to do the Dolphin" conclusion warnings about/ h o a I tile ; IlJL- h7Nsz C9e wnot. MDea t MY aid ,0'v,05; MOr NT7M.T.NI .. M 44.11 OM Tllay pG OgAD lbaenrKMM
with him. Cleo nA/n. w lids n/a wni lac va4 Anrl rerANDSa.
O'Her-
Shatrier, Dan away of a two part story. Indiana Clark Gable, Ann WW. we pt, urea), CI IMM., ., 5.01 w MK:0000 sas ee is see eANr.N.. cuss. f A.so
lihy and John Francis. Moore, John Agar, Hugo The boys don't know it..1 Ricardo! Moatalban, + .wasTAN.teVa NsOai AMY woes weal N Owls ee TIwa t Too icon Mr PS Slid a.ao. wwc eou ae
.AMJ't
Entertainers I Hass. (One hour, 20 min.) John zZ I ON .. ROK ma. eN 1+1 eANY. ID eUua4/ l no we pr M nI.MNNa ers
o but there's a hurricane I I Unlink AdolpbeMenjott 1 'mi Tw.o's eel s.ea. AMD sot.saa ,rte Oct A ice re/o.IY a4oisww wens .ao c4sCAaJempoao
Actress Thelma Hitter Is SATURDAY brewing while they're taking Maria Elena I / N sot sw MIILArION, :r y w"' ? Sidle RO.aWD.Ma'l ./
the guest. Mnralng and Afternoon Ctngresswoman ) Marques. (One hour, 20 A WsiieNO Nai a I a v'
O New Orleans Jau 7:00: D Union Pacific Browning on an under*..j mln.) I )a4.
1:00 O Cincinnati O Sunrise, Semester ter tour of the Key Brian 11:11 CD M le-Double y ,I1 vn 4. 'f' A +. .
Symphony 7:31 O Sunday School ForamID Kelly, Tommy Nord tn,I Fester 1 ,
1:30 O (D Jack Benny Ramar ol Ik* Jingle Luke Halpin. Andy De-| I. "High Sierra." f94l! ) o
Comedy actor Paul LyndeIs IH O Across the Fence vine, and Maggie Hayes i A group of criminalsmeet I I
a guest One of the alligators a Mister Mayor O Jackie Glrwoi 1 I at a mountain rendezvous

that guard Jack'sMeret (D Rocky and His Guests: comedians He 11-1 to plot a fabulous
vault falls ill, so Friends Youngman and Bobby '
ny robbery Screenplayby
Jack calls In a veterinarian I:. Q Buns and Alien Sargent Schedu I e d John Huston and W. rat: --
(Lynde). I ID (Color) Ptpey and sketches: an excited bus- R. Burnett H m p hrey
O Comer Pyle, LSMC: Bole band finds his wife knitting Bogart Ida Lupino, Ar-
Sergeant Carter spent along '.It O Science FlctJn baby booties, a n thur Kennedy Cornel AiATIITI -zP r POWOlav' KtrLI? tOKuR
Urn planning the. Theater overweight jockey Is assigned Wilde Alan Curtis, Joan A.I, OiIs: : MOvI A Ii1NCa
strategy for his big date,. O AMn a special steed Leslie Henry Hull Hen.i !. 0, : IOVITWM 7
but he makes a tactical 1:30: O Tennewee Tiled. arid Reggie Van GlcanonIII ry Tavers, Jerome Co- LACi
error when, on the way Ifl a Hector flealhrcuj executes a famous) wan, Barton Macta a .. ; CLa AI !
to>> pick up his girl he 10M O Quirk Draw Metaw soliloquy) from Hamlet 2. "And Then There Were M
gives Comer a bit Guest O ID Undertfeg; Frank Fontaine describes Pone." IM4) Ten pro-
cast Includes Betty Con- 10:30: O ID Fireball ILl a visit t* a friend In the pie. Invited to a ( only I
ner. Laurie )Mitchell Molly O Mighty M.... IIo pltal. Island, are scheduled to
Dodd. Gregory Mai-',U:" O UWM. The UMkrartrd .... O I D M.,I* be. murdered. Directed by
bvy and Richard Sinatra O I ID Dennis Th Rene Clair. F I II
(Color) Saturday night' Barry I tae 1woka II I
at the Movies: War and gerald Walter If 'e I, I
Peace" features an all -I Judith Anderson Leiki 1
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fans interested In taking in either the Gator Bowl By NIS NISSEN!"" Tests
football or basketball! games, with Florida State and Florida Assistant Sports Editor Tough

Involved respectively, may be able to use this Information. y k t wat1u Take two explosive offenses, blend them with a pair
FSU has received an extra 4,000 tickets returned to the Gator Y { of hard-nosed defensive units and you've got the main
Bowl Association by Oklahoma which was able to sell only course tonight at Florida( Field. Gainesville' undefeated basketball !considered to be two of the
about 5,000. That'* at I o'clock when Lake quintet gets the acid state's finest cage teams, will
Those wishing to order same may contact Ronnie Melton. City and Wildwood come to has allowed a total of Just 36 test tonight in a Journey to provide opposition of the
FSU ticket office Tallahassee. Tickets are priced at $a pips for the State Class A foot points and shut out four teams. Daytona Beach home of the highest caliber for Coach John
each. The football game will be played Saturday Jan. 2. ball championship. Mangle who doubles as the dangerous Seabreeze Sand Raper's Hurricanes.
Tickets to the basketball tourney featuring the Gators m' Neither team has tasted defeat state Class A 440 yard dash Crabs. GliS will have the unenviable
Wake Forest Texas and Georgia can be obtained by writing en route to the first ClassA champ during track season has The Hurricanes then will I Job of stopping 1-10 center
.Gator Bowl Association 11 East Forsyth St., Jacksonville. playoff in Florida history. So rushed for some, 1.130 yards jump from the frying pan into Dennis Cantrell In the Sea.
the fire night they breeze assignment.
something has to give. with his elusive running. Saturday as
RANDY JONES Harrison, who supplies the stay home for a battle with Cantrell averaged more than
Likes to Run Wildwood a Class B school power despite his 114'pound HO\) WEI.8f11 Jacksonville Paxon, 20 points PIT game last seasonas
which beefed up its schedule to frame, has piled up more than I CMS Starter Both Scabreeie' and Taxon he led the Snnd Crabs to a
be eligible for the playoffs raced 1,000 yards to complete the one- )22 7 record and the State
/ t 9 t RebelsTo past 10 foes In the regular two punch. ... ., ''I Class A championship This l
season and trimmed Hollywood Seabreeze has moved
Mangle was the standout i year up
Chaminade 28-12, last week in 1t: ti. .. let Class AA status.
against/ Venice when he rushed : : ... : :
v the playoff semifinal. for 110 yards and scored three : 'wI' : U un: The Crabs have raced past
The school has only 9S boys .. two straight opponents this 1
Host touchdowns one on a 57-yard :
In the top three grades whichIs with Cantrell again leading -
year
just 17 above Class C pass play. : ;.
status Other Backs : : : f: the way Ho pumped In 27
box for reserved seats. The but has a reputation for turnIng M the last
Prices are $2.50 for seats $2 points In outing against
tourney will be on Tuesday and Wednesday Dec. 2930. out top-flight teams. Rounding out the starting ; .iffl'; i.B.R.. : ; ., Daytona Mainland.
T' .S.
The Recruiting Push IndiansALACHUAHIGH ....2 Record backfield Jordan will who be quarterbackJoe occasionallygoes ..I Jolnfhg lineup Cantrell will be In the forwards starting

Lake City posted eight wins to the airlanes and fullback Evan Owen ((6 2)) and Ken
Southeastern Conference football teams start recruiting at SPRINGS- and two ties during the regular Richard Lee. Hayes/ (B-t) and guards Marshall
midnight today. Florida is expected to go for :30-35 gndders Santa Fe and Chiefland come season and then romped over The starting line will be composed Friday, Decemb.r 11,1964 f Bradley ((3-11) and Chris

with the emphasis on interior linemen. to grips here tonight for the Venice 28-0, last Friday in the of ends Bruce Pennirgton(1S5) .. . .... .. Tyler ((1-101 or Wye Woodfln
Area players deemed top prospects may Include Dale Tur second time of the young bas- other semifinal tilt. ( ) and Richard Hale (130))), '.., ((0)),
lington tackle; and Al Giffia linebacker-end of Gainesville ketball season. Only) powerful Palatka and tackles Freddie Paul Wheeler -. .. 0.-_ GHS will bank on the high
High School and guard Jeff Wanes Starke. The Rebels decisively defeated ((215)) or Donnie Williams ((175)) scoring of (foot forward Boyd
Others should be P. K. Yonge's Tom Hansen Cross City's Chiefland In the sea son and Wayne Jordan ((218)), guards Welo<'h and (-1 guard Bill Boat
Randy Corbln Lake Butler's Jimmy Thomas and Harold opener on the Indian court Joe Thomas ((165) and Bobby plo Cagers Meet in Its bid for victory
Griner North Marion's Roger Wood Danny Sandlin and Rob- and will be trying to make It; Harrison ((180) or Williams and Wrlsch, who also has sparkled
ert Stone Palatka' BiIIl'erry. to name a few. Hansen Is a two straight. center Steve Chamberlain (175)), ai a rebounder leads the
fullback as is Corbin Thomas, quarterback; Griner, full Since then Santa Fe has lost Wildwood will bank Its offensive Hurricanes with a 11 point
back; Wood, tackle; Sandlin and Stone, halfbacks; and Perry to Lake City and downed P.K. hopes on the swift running i Green Cove .Here average for the first two
halfback. Yonge to run Its record to 21. of halfback Randy Jones, a lames, lie pumped In 11 point
A lot of coaches and observers of the high school pictureIn Starting for Santa Fe will be slippery 150 pounder. Jones) against Choctawhatchea and 20

Florida have put the finger at this early date on GHS Sonny Tompkins ((6 4)) at center has dashed for 11 touchdownsand P. K. Yonge puts Its 1 11 record ,Go loby, a senior starter last against Jacksonville Jackson
Quarterback Jackie Eckdahl as a prize In 1963. Eckdahl, a Jun. George/ Teel and Andy eight extra points for 116 on the line tonight at home season. "lIe can really hit I before fouling out In the third
lot now, is expected to be 12.3 on the recruiting list a Strickland at forwards and I tVDOT LUCAS SILLY MCCORMICK points in leading the Wildcats.I against a rugged Green Cove from[ the outside and we know quarter

year from now. Fred Clark and Terry Thrasher Florida High marred the record Hell/ be back up in the Springs quintet. he will be hard to stop," llos- Bon follows with a 1J point
Florida may not get either the nominal two top prospectsIn at guards. with deadlocks the starting backfield by his brother bins said.Green mark bagging 21 In the Choctawhalihee -
the state this Halfback Smith ef Robinson Chiefland.lost Its first two as Tlgorpstarted The Blue Devil come to
year. Larry Tampa Danny Jones at halfback, contest and nine 1
Is said Princeton-bound while enl Ted Hendrkki, Hialeah and then bounced back for wins, a new era of Lake City; Joey West at fullback and I town with a tall experiencedclub Cove dropped a 4843 against Jackson before fouling

may go to Georgia Tech. over Newberry and Cedar Key football.Last I II Damp>> Johnson at quarterback. paced by sharp shooting decision to strong Lake City out In the third period.
The state's likely No. 1 basketball prospect, Dennis Can- to even Its record at 1 2. (I year's club registered a I Passing Ac. guard Jay Goolsby, In Its only outing, while PKY' Other starters will be center
trell of Daytona Beach Seabreeze, 6Is being sought by Dennis Zeleznik a 6 foot dismal 3-7 record and the past Johnson has kept defense honest PKY Coach Wilbur llosklns defeated Wllllston and lost to Carl JohnsonlMO.I. forward

Michigan. But he's said favoring Florida State where he ts sophomore has been the scoring only three nine seasons victories.have The produced win- with his aerial work, completing has high/ praise for the visitors, Santa Fe In its two contcats. Wayne Rlik ((5.11) and guard

considered a "good luck" charm. Seems as though/ Cantrell leader for the Indians. lover Venice equalled the three- 55 per cent of his passes saying, "They are always The Blue Wave starting line John Willis (Sm.r..on. .
took In several Seminole football games this year. FSU won He'll get support from center victory total. (for TolD yards and nine touchdowns tough and like \to play aggressivt / up will be composed of Covey expected to be the

all that he watched. Donald Weeks, forward year Lake City Coach Paul Quinn, I basketball especially on Johnston ((-2) and Danny Don- elms of the Jacksonville area,
Wendell Corbin and guards The Wildcat'line will be do feme. I have a great deal risen forwards Chic tall and experienced
In his first season at the Tiger com- ((-1)) at ports a
Caught on the Run Cecil Asbell and Gerald Ger of [for their coach John
helm built a powerhouse' posed of ends Buddy Lucas respect Hinton ((1-2)) at center and Ron club under new coach Danny

Remember Westley Unsold, the ... Negro eager Adolph many. a veteran all senior backfieldand ((155) and Billy McCoKtikk Neely who Is a real enthusiast nie Rodgers (S-n and Bobby Bridge, .
of basket.ball.
Rupp wanted so badly and who went to Louisville Recently an Inexperienced line live ((165), tackles Lester Lucas (17$) ."for the game Hines ((5-7) at guards.Starke Ron Butler .a veteran 12

he paced the UL frosh team to a victory over the Louis- Gables Lee sophomores have starting roleson and Ray Shaw ((195)), guards guard sparked the Eagles
ville varsity out-rebounding and outscoring top varsity play. the forward wall. Ronnie Phillip (170)) and Buddy I Clay probably will start! Lacey against Hilllard last Tuesday
ers. F: ;:. Bell (170) and center Ronnie : Farley ((0)) and Dan Bole. Five night by pumping In 27 points.
But read oat A few' days later the UL yearlings played Clash For Top Halfbacks Perry (155)). I(frj) at forwards. Guy Jones Pawn romprd over the out-.
(11at) center and Goolsby (16- manned Hllllaftl squad .44.In .
a game against Louisville Central High School. The high Halfbacks Ronnie Mangle and VVhignam hat been at the At ICulllc'1'oFel71a11li1Ul
schoolers won In overtime and that team bad a boy wbe. Siarlle Harrison have been Wildwood helm for eight/ years 0)) sod Mike Eichorn (11) at Its only outing.
eutscored Unsold 30 points. tt. AA CrownBy keys to the Lake City offense and compiled an outstanding /guards, !Butler's running mate In the
that has rolled up 1M points record of 70 win, nine losses llaikln bas been Impressedwith barkcourt, tiny I f Bobby

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In 11 games. The stingy defensesinglegame f and two ties. i past .. performance. .olLSU's I Caron, .110 l luijprd the 20-polnt
-- Milliard.
Quick striking Coral Gables mark with 21 agamat
Will Rupp Use and Jacksonville Lee, a STARKE Slarke's basket- J. D. Loudrmlll a M hulk
tight defensive team clash In ball Tornadoes get Into action at center also found the range
MiamI' Orange Bowl tonight Roger Sigler Tops lot only the second time tonight for 18 point In the opener, and
br the Class AA Florida when they play host to '.rnln- 1-2 forward Gary Pajclo added
Slowdown ? high school football champion dlna Beach 11
Style
Psh| lc, who quarterbae k e d
ship.Gables GB Cage Scoring RecordsJACKSONVILLE The Tornadoes defeated' Live : the Paxon football team to one
advanced to the finals '
Oak last Tuesday In their dew of Its finest season*, had been
KELSO STURGEON 'I
By was a one-man wrecking crew by defeating Orlando Colonial
hut under new coach Do b
out for only cite day
Associated Press Sports Writer against Tulane as he scored a 3> I last week. Jacksonville practice
Kentucky basketball Coach record U point and hauled I : Roger are making their first appearance basketball team Includes Sigler Paine, before' the Tuesday opener.
Adolph Frederick Rupp is work. down 25 rebounds for the Tar Lee Clearwater advanced 17.0.by blanking Sigler a sharp shooting for this year In the action that and Keller, plus Rkk Caaarea Gene Pans and Don Falcon,' Rounding out the startle I g

Ing overtime these days in tryIng Heels. Giving him the help he Coaches Hal Sawyers of Mi- ward from Louisiana St.It'. has been a steady gain In popularity of Florida (now a pro football tan standout football players lineup will be 1-1 forward John
basketball team holds since it* Introduction in star with the Chicago: Bears) I Douglas, a returnee from hint
195&-M
to come up with a formula needed were Bob Lewis with 21 ,ami High and Phil Tedder of are expected to lead the way on
moat ol the records In the Gator Ittt. off his performance! Roger season. Huge M, 2JO pound
that will allow his not-io-un point and Tom Cauntlett with Miami Edison whose teams ; the court. Pass la a I-1 renter .
Wildcats to make a run for the 14. played Jacksonville during the Bowl basketball tournament Sigler stands out a* the top Kaiser! of Georgia Tech, for on the short squad, and Falcon center lyde) Israel also la ticketed
Southeastern Conference championship Lead Tulane I regular season, both picked I which will get under way for the performer of all In the 1X4 his play In iww, and Bro /ksHemierwm a II guard. for considerable action under
this year. Topping the Tulane attack Coral Cables to win.'Lee 14th time In the 1,000 seat Coliseum tournament against Georgia he of Florida, for his the Paxon goal.
And, while the Baron of. the were AI Andrews with 23 points has a depth problem" here on Dec 29. zipped In 34 tallies to set the 'play last year as the 0 sterndwned Cone. from last season Is 14All.
Bluegrass Is working, the rest and George Fisher with 17. Sawyers said "They were get- Competing this year are the one standard as a player. lf< Manhattan and the Air Arts center: John Williams, Cage: Score
of the conference Is wonderingJust Larry Cart, a S-foot-11 senior ting mighty tired In the second University of Florida back to also had 30 against Clemaon In Force Academy for the title. who averaged more than 17 cmiteS

what he has up his sleeve. playmaker was the big man for half of our game." defend the title It won a year the tourney for a two-game Gator llraderann who averagod 17 3 points per fame. ..fa. Ml**I',.".. MVU MM
They know Rupp' not to be Auburn in the victory over Phil Miami High scored three of ago, plus Georgia, Wake Forest Bowl mark of 14 point point a game last season will Backing Pass and Falcon will VIIMW""'.'M4<*..Mb Ia aw'.'V./",*N N

trusted when faced with the (lips. Cart scored 23 point and Its four touchdowns In the last and Texas. Clgler I Ia the only GB eager to lead the Gator again this year, be forwards Mickey: Dauby ((4-1)) I.HM .n, Ci'/p.. *dM1or >
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prospects of a subpar year, played an outstanding floor I.half In beating Lee 24 7. Florida has won the event lop the :30 point figure twke. ham ked by Dick Tomlinson and Mike Bulrush (.n ,and f W*
'
Rupp would be the first to admit game. Freddie Guy added K Coral Gables defeated Miami)four times and Georgia three Only four other players have ((1(4)) and Tom Bailey ((1)3)). guard\ Greg n.ddl.b0)\ ). ............. fa gnaw MMw 1/4.II., 4'i45ow UowwM
he doesn't have the height points to the Auburn cause. ('High 13 I during the seawn! tune Wake Forest and Texas hit :30 point or more. Chester u :. ..M4i
nor the depth to challenge Vain - Webb of Georgia Teachersmade (: Clinic Other members of the squid e. cwMM N,'I Pw tall MMee A&mMM
derbilt and Tennessee for top 31 Georgia! Tech itnc are forwards Joey Reese,i
against .
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honors this year, but this doesn't\ OF NEW COLLEGE CAGE STARS !in 13U; Ham Wernk of Florida Set Saturday Wayne McLrod. Robert Powell .. -, -
and Jeff Warren and w AW 01 M..w P. U
necessarily mean he won't His Stale canned 32 against U. 'CII" .
21 SEC titles since the conference I Georgia In 1H4; Clemun't I Basketball clinic for boys I\David! Slstrunk and fJlrd'j Mw. MM ...eM Mw was_ M. .

was founded In 1933 proves j John Austin Joins ListBy Vince Verbal dropped In 31 7 '10 win be hell at Ifce ridge. pr.. .!soyC.n.w a
this agaliut South Carolina in 1133, Boy Club Saturday and will I
and Becky Keller of Virginia Include! Instruction\ In the fundamental luuut ttftuii.-. .m .wi tin;auwt sewn M HM' am.....wise MRI>
Slowdown Due?
of basket be n tuck
TED MEIERMclated Square Garden Thursday night scoring record for Tech hit 30 against Florida In1M1. I
There coaches In the SEC I I( ts team position, rule, proper
are Press Sport Writer and led the Eagles to their third North Carolina as be led the Tar I uniform and Importance ef
who believe that Rupp will do straight triumph a 102 M conquest Heel to a 111-74 victory: over Florida racked up W point I "amvoraMembere of lilt
There lot of face
this that will are a new
something year of NYU. Tulane at Chapel HIll. Sheffield for a team high against <-1 Club baxkttbaO commit
shock the moat rabid Kentucky on the college basketball scene 42 ......t.i paced the Fighting Irish of son In IX*. Only Georgia Boy tee,*Red Dulaney Joe Pelt
such Louie
will Install hit season a*
fans. They believe Rupp i Austin scored 42 points on II Notre Dame to their fourth Teachers with 101 against Georgia Arm
Dampier of Kentucky Ron Don Large, pipe n gberg
the slowdown discipline\ offense Sepic of Ohio State We Blab of 25 shots from the field and 14 straight home victory, a U7-N Tech In 1951 has topped the: and Lou Godry win conduct UK -
in effort to compete '
an of of of Detroit mark.
17 free throws. He got II trouncing century clinic*.
suknla of Connecticut, Bob
with the Utter teams.There scheduled Lewis of North Carolina and I his points in last sis minutes II Far Barry Sigler! also holds the one game]I Team a'''lgnme rste win be r

are no games but most[Nevd Shed of Texas WeateraI after the Violets 14 points Barry upped his scoring output field goal mark with 14 while ]I:mad bi the Junk (II and 121
for SEC teams tonight,
down reeled off 13 straight to in aomta la five games Ivan Ruhmann of Mississippi League at I p m. and hi the
will swing back into action tomorrow I You can add John Austin ofI points to climb within one at 72- !as the Hurricanes downed Niagara canned IS free throws bi Ittl !Intermediate. (l3 and 14)
In game last night.I Boston College to the list today..1 71. I 717 at Niagara Falls,: against Airlda for a record M League at 2 p m. Application,
Tulane lost to North Carolina 'He's a Junior but bit fane asa I Billy. Oannlncflllll of North I,N.Yand Verga M Duke le Inil that category may be obtained *t the Boys'
111-74 and Auburn whipped (tie sophomore last team wa ,Carolina with a points, Larry overtime1 victory over The all lime Gator Bowl .Club. !
Phillip Oilers in an exhibition confined mostly to New Eat Sheffield of Notre Dame with V.INa'1lt Baltimore ___ __ ..u 'i
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game 71-61. land. He's beaded for national Rick Barry of MIami Fla., with, Verga stole two Nary panes 4
la tomorrow night's games, recognition now since Bostei 136 and Bob Vega ef Duke with to 9m evtrtliM period and cob .. i
Mississippi State is at Louisiana !College win depart shortly\ to 24 also made the headlines ..I vetted them Into baskets as tilt DRIVE-IN GROCERY Give
Tech, Syracuse I 11 at Kentucky''play en the Pacific Coast and Thursday's slim national ached eighth ranked Blue Devtb ;
Louisiana State Is at Southern till the Rainbow Holiday Can-I.rte.I I.downed the Middies after tilt
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; I By JACK HAND left the season record at M-4t-, Packer wrap up second ond money. It will be up to Milt,and regain half-game edge over
I AiMclated Press Sports Writer 54-12-5 In the National Leagueand place and trip to Miami for Plum to take advantage of,Idle Boston coming up to their
I 1 : Throw the figure out the win. 30-16-3 In the American Playoff Bowl by reversing ear-'49ers weak air umbrella. I big game next week In Boston
dow this week. The whole season League. Let's take another lier 27-17 loss to Rams Green Pittsburgh 14, Dallas 10-The San Diego 28, Kansas City it
Y. hangs In the balance for the shot: (All games Sunday afternoon Bay attack now rolling. With Steelers ,are erratic but If -Chargers beat the Chiefs eai
Cleveland Browns In Saturday' unless otherwise noted) Jim Taylor and Paul Hornung they're on their game should Her 28-14 and have nothing !u,
I |game with the injury-riddled, NFL in form and Bart Starr riddling score enough to win. Pittsburghwon worry about except title lIam
I last-place New York Giants LA. pass defense, Packers first game 23-17 and Cow Dec. 26. Last home game 'or
I If the Browns win they go on Saturday afternoon should romp.Baltimore boys have lost four straight ,San Diego and they could turn ">
to a title game with the Baltimore New York 21, Cleveland 20 28, Washington 14 AFL :into a Roman carnival.
Colts Dec. 27 at Cleve, Slants go on an emotional binge Colts tune up for title game
York
Houston 24, New 21Houston's
I Unless
land. If they lose, the St. Louis for Y.A. and salvage one prize by getting back on win path after Buffalo 31, Denver 17 -
the passing game finds
Cardinals can wrap up the from a disastrous season. Probably upset by Lions. Colts' rush the snow Is hip deep, I
I the ground usual holes In Jets' defense
championship date with the last game for Tittle, Alex will break down Sonny Jurgen. Bills should roll on
.. Colts for St. Louis by beating Webster and Andy RobustellL I sent protection and John Unl-
Philadelphia Sunday afternoon.The But If Browns blitz Tittle early las will pick his spots, relying
:; > Browns-Giants game Is they could break It wide open on ground game. WHOLESALE PRICES
knee deep in dramatic possibilities for Giants are a thin, thin line. I Vikings On Top I
I '- A h Y.A. Tittle, probably St. Louis 27, Philadelphia 17 Minnesota 20, Chicago 14 ON ALL HEATERS!

1. ... closing out his brilliant career, A few reservations here. If, This Is a real toughie. Both
: \.j has been named to start al frowns win Saturday, the Cards Vikings and Bears have been
quarterback. The Giants can be may be In no mood to put out moving lately, Bears won their W. Buy Our Heaters SAVE UP TO 40%
counted upon for an all-out effort Sunday. But with the title on the first meeting, Sept. 20, 34-28, on DirtctFromthe
as a golng-away present for line the Cards' air arm of Char Bill Wade's passing.! I 'ON FUEL BILLS I
Colts Take Three Honors In
the old Bald Eagle, although Factory
ley Johnson Is too much for Eagle Detroit 21, San Francisco 14
they have only 29 reasonably I defense. Cards won three -A battle for two tow-scoring Carload Lots -
Johnny Unltaa, left; Don Shula, center; and Lennle Moore, right, took three able-bodied citizens from their weeks ago, 38-1J. teams. Lions won first game 26- Thereby Eliminating
top National Football League honors this year. Quarterback Unitaa wu most valuable player, Shula, top coach; and Moore comeback of the year. (AP Wire The records show that Cleveland Distributor. II
beat New York 42-20 at .
photo to Sun)
; Cleveland Oct. 25. Do YOU Want to Improve FOR

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By GEORGE BOWEN 1 announced Thursday, was as Johnny Morris of Chicago one. South Carol In a Gamecock,
Associated Press Sports Writer laconic as his steady performance There were two abstentions. stormed to a commanding first I 3 1.00 Our Wholesale 5950
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BALTIMORE (AP) "Ij'
on the field. Unitas twice led the Colts to I ComesPalm
coasted
In the second half to a,
I couldn't accept the honor with NFL titles In the past and set Other SUM Amlabla' 13,600 BTU1 T. 80,200 ITUSI
out accepting It for the whole "It's nice," he said, "but It records with his spectacular 94-71 basketball victory over
j' club," said quarterback John never concerned me one way ar passing. But this season, In Florida Southern. Lane's Manager Joe Quottro Is your personal I PHONE 372.5333SAUNDERS I
j Unitas of the Baltimore Colts the other. I like to get It, but I which they wrapped up the The Gamecocks' triple threatof instructor. Be sure to bring the kids We rave a I
i upon being Informed he hadI didn't worry about It. If It's Western Conference title on J-loot-10 Jim Fox, 6-foot-t AI free nursery. Also meet Harry !In our Restaurant.WALDO .
been voted Most-Valuable Play.er going to come, It's going to the Salvadorl; and C-foot-S Gary OIL ,CO.
Nov. 22, brought out quarterback
Gregor controlled the backboards
In the National Football come. i PALM LANES
In him.
to build up a 49-28 RD. 4554 814N.W.4thSt.
League. Unitas received 32 votes out of His number of passes will be half lead. first i I
I I I "Without the 39 other guys, a possible 42 by three selectionsIn the third lowest In his nine sea -- --
you're nothing." each league city. Jim Brown sons. But Unltas has drawn as
1 Unitas' reaction to his electionby of Cleveland got five, Lenny much praise If not more for his
an Associated Press panel, Moore of the Colts two andLennie masterful, direction, of the most-/
potent offense in the league. I 5 I
if "We tried to control the ball,"

explained Unitas, "by runningand
passing. One helps the oth II

Moore Is er."There's I
no sense throwing 95per Why
cent of the time when you:
got; the runners If one bogs
Best 'Comeback' down, the other picks it up." \

Statistics prove the point. ___
Last season Unitas threw 20,
By JACK RAND I anymore. As a runner Lenny touchdown passes and the Colts'I' '65 Fury
""Xuoclnled: Press Writer has gained 962 144 scored 11 by rushing. With a
Sports yards on car-
I 'I ries. As a receiver he has final game to go against Washington -I Wait ?
#II .,, EW YORK (CAP) WhenMoore Sunday, the 1964 Colts
gained 448 yards on 20 catches.
to the
:teony reported have tallied 17 times on passes
Of the 18 touchdowns! IS have
Baltimore Colts' training camp by Unitas and 27 rushing.The .
come passes.on runs and only three on difference has been healthier Other cars still

t -. rampaging Lenny Moore,
: "halfback. Injuries" had l cut deep Moore got 33 of the 40 votes who has run for IS touchdowns, have not matched the
''f ly into his effectiveness the cast. Two panel members did and the addition of bruising 5-year/50,000-mile
past two seasons."I not vote in this category. The rookie Tony Lorick to
others were well scattered.. ment .fullback Jerry. comPIe-1
-- -- -- -- -- -- engine and drive train
want to prove to myself I --'I warranty on our
; still have It," Moore told a visi
r t tor. "And I want to shut up a lot SKIP '
of mouths who are saying I am 1 1 picture making you I 65 Plymouths.
finished.

t i Nobody Is saying Moore is I ( \ 12.1 )t il FLIP? ,
( t washed up or finished these I ,1 ")
days. An Associated Press panel k \: Buya
f II
v of 42 sports writers and sportscasters (i' you need a
three from each 1 i '65 Belvedere .
league city, has named Moore I
2he Comeback of the Year In (" ./l/JFD
Jhe National Football League LPV
t, !
Moore, the Sputnik who came
out of Penn State In 1956 to dai- 10"ODf( TYANTENNACall
ale the league with his blinding
,peed, has scored 18 touchdowns -1 Periodic us for LPV your Installationand JFD Log Plymouth
one short of the league
record of 19 set by Jim Taylor settle down to the best
*of Green Bay In 1962. Moore has TV pictures In sight-black
: '. cored at least once In each of and white, and color.
Jhe last 18 games he has played. MIMM MM .. w .s it'mm UMM tm.m uii.i w rlror.s ranla. .

When Weeb Ewbank was under GET COUCH'S -lOW. LOW '

fire at Baltimore, one ot the DISCOUNT PRICES I IOV.h
complaints was that he Insisted ON TV Now !

< ym) moving Moore Inside to take & FM Antennas & Parts
advantage of his running ability
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as:well as his pass catching "FREE
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Many observer thought Moore ,'
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In 1963 and kept Moore Inside.
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Family Ttvo-Ball Barry's Paces :Miami 30 Team Boros-Rawls LeadsAt I ABC-TV Bids forBy Gamemajor Atiift


JOE REICHLER Now along with the eXCl'p-1 )
NIAGARA FALLS (APLedby I comes Organized: leagues
Tourney to OpenSixty Rick Barry's 30 points, Miami Scbring Associated Press Sports Writer Baseball, with an envious I tion of the New York Yankees

coasted to a 7447 NEW YORK (AP) Package glance at pro football also seek and Philadelphia Phillies whose The delightful, easy way t to
ball SEBRING, Fla. AP) The television, the little miracle of ing a piece of the rich pie. television commitments extend
teams win take ILwart-Carm.n'Powaro.I c..1 victory over basket-I the electronics that sometimes 1965.
part through
U laroM-KacM Immtt versity Thursday night. professional golf career of bur-, age A committee, headed by own, LEARN BRIDGEor
Saturday and Sunday In the gushes gold Is about to There still
tony Clordy The Eagles maintained a tight ley Julius Bpros has been a dramatic er John Fetzer of the Detroit are some complications -
5N Olnlo-FIOMlo CM, Jan4.oa ItoI -
annual Family Two Ball got succession of and engulf baseball. that have to be settled
Improve
the first half ups Tigers, has been your fameAUTOBRIDGE
... ........ pace during negotiating
event at the Gainesville Golf Daryl-JOM Craw JoItIfI. downs. In January 1964, Columbia such as blacked-out areas
ed man-to-man with the American Broadcasting
'lyn PuckottI by mark-I'
and Country Club. .M Llaan-LaulM' Summarlln Mlk. the Hurricanes exploded Today, at .4, he may again be Broadcasting System agreed to Co. for a television Game- and conflicts with local tele-
Members of the Men's, Wom- Jo Ann IIOM.I the National Football casts. Should ill bugs be Ironed
on the rise. pay
:SI Chip-Porn I.no Pnllll DaanwAa.C / second half and at one point led of-the-\Veck spectacular duringthe
en's and Junior Golf Associa- _Wood?. by 14 After a laj-off of nearly four League $28,200,000 to telecast 1965 season. out. the Saturday special will ,
tions are eligible. Fee Is |1 for Roy t Lund Jimmy r1-/ay WriortoA-koHy KnlaritIt Cambl Miami's points.John Dampier scored I months Boros returned to tour- every regular-season NFL game I be on one-year basis only. the play yourself Bridge Game
adults and 50 cents for adults IoDov-Am. Clayton, Mlka MoaonAlln nament competition Thursday! for the next two years. 1 ABC is said to be ready to payS The Fetzer committee has I

playing In the 3 bole group. 'M WOMmanIt will RurlM-CarmM .........,22 points, while Nigara guard teaming with Betsy Rawls to Shortly thereafter the National $ million for the package; which'hopes of pushing through a $20-
Tom with 24.
;
Play will be selective drives LI-Jean 40.. _MMllllII trad. tutor.Hachol fmmtl Co- The victory Lenney us came the up Hurricanes' shoot a slick four-under-par 63 Broadcasting Co. gave the would consist of 25 Saturday million television package for :! lUn !U i
and alternate shots. Scoreswill boll. PNipol" Fiouia Can. for[ the first-round lead In the American Football League |36 afternoon games to be televised'1968, with the idea of interestinga -,

be on gross tallies. ;[ 13. Mlka-Billlt Ha. 7 Mllafc Too Jamn Lollyliiiia totes fourth a against 2.2 record.Boots one. loss. Niagara)140,000 Scotch Mixed Foursomes ,million for the rights to telecast coast to coast. I national network In televising 1 111-[ :

Competition Is set In Mother Mllot. I I Tournament every AFL game for the The revenue would be divided a Monday night Came ofthe.Week. = 121I.cr U, -:

-. Daughter, Mother Son, Cook 14Priddy.Ann ClaytonISt Am Clayton. David A man of very few words Tos >' next five years. ,equally among all clubs In theIIOniKM 1, _1 -,-,'" D_
Father Daughter, Lady Hrftn-RvHl. All r. CS.cH NsOa1.RoW Powell admitted grudgingly, "I'm -- )

Golfer Junior Boy in the 18-, CIndY-J_AllorI Mlnll. Don- oo Imlm. feeling fine now and playing 1--- Florida Football; Statistics I pJjiiiijjliiUEW l l l
Don
9 and S hole divisions. Cook Oil.Miry lMy4Mry ItrliKWImI ttrWgtllow well. I'll be ready to get back on

Beginning players will not M. RondyUwnny. Ruddormonngton. Top SluggerBOSTON the tour In January." PLAY
Oosa S.anal.O LOHIDA 'HAL' 1041POOTIALL N0, blNl .. INDIVIDUAL
Margaren UUIVIH
have a clinic Saturday. 1.ldltto 111011. aoaJaIO Cod After a phenomenal season In ITATIITICIt I: ::: ;,'m.M (L Iok l ::0 N. Tands 'III ;. Along
I OVIKAlkI 1 to. .p0. .11. (soul .. aS Caine .. 1. T
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aaturd.y'I .IrlngnHe.. I T.. 10.20 Sill.Rum Allor HolKt-Wolt' Al AP) John BOOR 1963 when he defeated Arnold I IIC ... Pt. "'_ Ipa.it' S H._ II 111 I 0\] I Anytime
...... lor. Palmer and Jacky Cupit in a I ... M. .11. irunl 1I T....... I.. a
0 M -Smith.t Nick. Garcia J* tutlir 10 M Tlan.V.ma. Jonoo Cindy-Tuck Powell, Baltimore's hard-hitting AMI MCODO OrsalStIs ... .... "'.... //run' III Dust 0 II p Anywhere
Plaids
Tommy-Jom. Md.11. outfielder, won the American playoff to become the second- "told 0001. .ot. ItC lwaidao a tl ,
LlbM Mtrrlll
40 '.y Ricky Icirborotifllvlorlrit II SMU" ,
.. ..
..
.. SoadaW0 .1rtIIIIHe. oldest winner of the U.S. rile Goad' main 0 1 1 '
150 1\\ Putnam Open Mlu. Slain II CHAMPIONS
League slugging title with a .606 .... _
WORLD
l Jam Lolly-Bert vidol KomioHow I TN :M MlulHIMif I. 1 "M lor 1OP. JoiN I 01 0 ARE
*.Nor* MM icrvggiIt It.JO IIIlc.LM 11eva.. Dowlo. Mar- average last season. Mickey and was chosen PGA Player Of tout C...Ono, 0 .. .UMILII. IIIICOVUID IrTraMrMN Jordan I Sas ,
Alllfl DtlwMvOuuk. RudMrniM. gorot Storm John Bolty ClordyII the Boros' 11 AlabamaI Iy ISI, ._ UMaclsol." nu YOUR INVISIBLE PARTNERS
Year went '
Jiff MontgoinorvKotlMrlr.. SteAm. T..mY"Mor.lII' Stwa-Ann Mantle of the New York Yankees game AuturnCO II JOnom,. KI.K. I\\"n_. 111. Rittl.snur0 xae.In..d. I .
10:"III Imc 0 lonoy Bllll* coltord a four-time champion, was sour this year. O.orga' 1sT C'1o C.,_. Purril I.mho.dt. I 1 1KICk000 1 3 MODElS
.... ....
Toddy Goorgo-lorbora P.am.y. t .T. lilY IL Murphy. IM OlynogsNs
10:2* b. MoMlov.l..t '.MII"'I. 10:30 Clndy-wondoll Clordy Moro> second with .591, the official He started 1964 In reasonablyood It M'.I' 10II I"D'VIDU"L' PAISINOA. v.NI Avg for nlhtr h.nner, or Advincid flivtriSpiclil
Don GoodtiorwiiortMo.. Irtwn. Carl' Scarborough_ averages released today style but in the Open, hewas LaY I .. CSMI Pot I.'", ..... TD loom. II toO SIP .
N || TMI I:40 D.ryl.1I1! Crown Jotl H.rb .1 T..I i I" rtckilt
:M Tommy fill.' loulu ,ilovono Nino-John CroqoRohn showed. bothered by muscle spasmsin I INa tY QUA.UIIII.T..... 5""lor 111 n tl os ..J"... II I NI JM 01 I Pro I II 11.III Oilm
PickilMmnitt
Powell, a big left-handed bat- his back. 'Iorle. II U 01 101Daan.rlt \Ttamm.ll i .lotPUNTIN8 S II Joroan 1a.IN' I.. 111
ter, collected 257 total bases In Boros showed signs of returnIng S er a II II OAMI_ Do. ,. I I 10 I0 N"I I a tarp
IUTllflC'I KIc YtItIO Ilk- Avg.Soortllr
Lead to his 1963 form when he PlaidsT.AM \-'bo.' II .Ia1Nlp.
Gago 424 official times at bat. Op0.o.ni as 300ynio.r Main
Among ? tied Mt Contunii Playing lotrd,
i :
11 ins :
; his extra base hits were 17 doubles teamed with Miss Rawls, four- -I 0,1,00 10, d000, 10, 00SI .1Os T..... S .I'1 I U ., P O lAS.P...K POI, TOTAL t soon Book .nd pliyinf: .nd..
I and 39 home 1 time winner of the U.S. Wom lit down ..... StsI PUNT P.ITUIMINa. ,Nall I ttll ..tltttl "
runs. en's Open, In a fine round over lit dawn imioltyTnl.1 I .... Avf TOO ....0 .ee .I la II CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT
,
Mantle, the leader In 1955. I 04 Itl dowoi 'OfOJ' T'I' II IH Itt I cars 1 .0150 00
With 566 SeriesDarrell 1958, 1961 and 1962, had 275 total a course swept by strong winds. ..... trout ocrl" .111 00,0.1' t 111 14 r I\Psbe' I all 550 11 CO.,
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101 011. from Krlm 'Icy 0,5 I M It* I L ... ....I I
bases In '64, including 25 doubles Mason Rudolph, an Infrequent,1101 Loot Iran atrhn fM ._.It 7 II It S,'..nl., I ttt 5 11 INC.
I winner on the men's tour but lira Nat gain atrm 1X4I1 In..oon I I IS 1IN01V10UAl Snany. I a... .ti I
two triples and 35 homers, '0 I Ruthlm' act. tr ,omo UII 4Pni IUNNINO TrammolljKkMtl ... .
Rohn of Edwards and Ruth Combs showed the wayin in 465 official trips. one of Its most consistent players (111, "n._ .11.,..... IN "urn .aia lart Nat A.. I I NI totM a 5 106 W. University, A...

Frank Gago, Gold Coast Restaurant t he Ella Ceramics loop Tony Oliva of Minnesota, the paired with Kathy Whit-I I II Pr..._...05m510Nd Canlat.d.. .07nH Igo Duaroa in 41 it SIS II I jw,Ill 0I HMaroar Spurrlar Kirk 1 I 551 l... 000....S I. I FR 28421Surprise

had 566s in the Night with 156 198 177-531. Mae batting king, was third In slug- worth to shoot a 69 and tie for I" G....o MulnfPiulnt hod rnlord 445 to Falter. U II Ilaurrlar IM I. WcKall I 5... a..I I I I
101 Ml HOtfionmn 145 10
Owl loop at Palm Lanes. Rohn Hill had 481 and Gwen Dulaney ging with .557 followed by team second with the veteran Art'' I *v<. por |omT W 40 Ul 4tKnoeo 0) 51 -

rolled 177 191 198 and Gago 452. The 198 was best mates Bob Allison .553 and Harmon Wall and Mary Mills 1964,'It'l 'ro..t.l.. Not ortotlllvoj OoinINI trt 1N, 1 i
toppled 212 169 183. Joe game. KUIebrew .548. champion of the Ladies PGA. ,II, .... of punts CJ 14 U IPaa N 10
:rose Tim yards kickodMl .m
10 tt || IS 11
Sommese, Edwards, hit 560.Gago' Figurines had 1792 and 623. Slugging averages are figured : Punlln/ ovfM II 0 J.d.HI II. .U i
best made by dividing the total of bases Tohy Uutlcdgc No......ot punti ..< M N.wcarsr I. I skIM .
212 was game. Splits were by Creasy I J'l punto nil lid.. i i I i IiiTrammell
Gold Coast tallied 1007 995- Green, 5 a 10; Lea Temple, accumulated on all hits by the, High! With 492 10 lit Av No(. klckom mini' sum rot II 1 S INTIP.CIPTIONINo.I" it 1

1000 3002 while Edwards 5-7; Marylan Buxton, 5 7 number of times at bat. I i K] Vdo. kkkorM rot W r Vdl (at. TOO
I of Bank olNewbcrrv :to) KO roturn Ovfl I"
Toby Rutledge T..II a IS S
had 1044 best Splits 9 Tess Manaro 4 6 10 -
game. ; ; PoMlllot/yordt kirk I 101 1Csrd
I was high In the Triple 1M': "_ ../toil I II .
were made by Robert Klein, and Marge Minor 3 I 10. Bell Jr.
TD
Central Florida Office Supply, Avis Leilich's 463 was bestIn High > Tamblers League at Palm TDo rwnnlnf.....,"' OJ11'1-11'1 1:=.. : II S IOarMadl
Lanes with a 497 set on 148- I TDo intopau .
..' S:I 7; Sam Ricard Park' the Kiser's Office Equip- Hronson 178171. Dolores Pearce had a I!.-_ TO.. Pool_ plum_ ,_ __ 11111_____ 1I I_ ._I 1 !
Lane Cafeteria, S 7 9; and ment League. Trudie Feather Trips) ........-......... .............-.....-.- nonoeme
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top
game.
: Hank Whilm, Edwards, :5-7.I had 459 and Peggy Hearn BELt Bell's Junior high Shirley Pcdusnak C h a nder'i .

Elma Newman First Federal 453. Jackie Smith had a 193 basketball team raced to a rolled 412 and Ml Elle-IvS t

was high in the Univer single. convincing 44 20 victory over man, South Atlantic Oil Co., S I l e i I I

ally City Women's League Staples had a 1969 series and the Bronson B team here Wed had 403.South .
with 158 159 220 :537. Olympians a 601 top game. nesday afternoon. Atlantic Oil topped

Mary Culbreath, Coca Cola, Norma Foray made the 3 8- David Halter paced the Bell 1330 and Bank of Newberry I

rolled 530; Jeanne Leland, 10 split. scores with 13 points, and had a 471 game. Lee G r fen
Manor Restaurant, 525; Gwen Betty Joan Arnette was highin Freddie Shaw pumped In 10 for made the 2.7 spilt and "

Dulaney Gold Coast Restaurant the Northwest Trailer Sales Bronson. !I Helen Farnsworth. 57.

517; and Norma Simpson loop with 459 for Wolfe JrIncx 'ltsi\Ni'l allitr'I..n..._.._._.-.-__ _.._..-t1IKKtIY'-[II'KItiIKKYK'tIIt41twI iii J JI Jif

Little Pigs of America, Trlest of Camper had 437 I

512. Mrs. Newman' 220 was and Lydia Hazen, Early American +P

best game. 432. Mrs. Arnette's 163 --1 if w.I .

Coca Cola had a 2929 ser was top game. Camper had a

ies and Tassinarl'i came up I 1209 series and a 435 best lOIUIIKISTMASTEST I .

with I 1018 best game Splits game. Rena Jenkins made the !

:: were made by Tillie Ehrig,; 2 3 10 split. I

General Games Steak Room, 3- Ann Harrison of Fred Ma DRIVE THE 1100 Iii i

7-10; Edna Jones, Philpott's son's led the Plntopplers with I Ia ,
: Sports Center, 5-7; Joyce Ward! 473 set. Lucille Flssell of SPORTS SEDAN ...
Brown's Texaco Service, S-7 and Mary Carter Paints had a 456 /4d/1 DRILL

J-S10; Mrs. Newman, 5-10.; and Mae Hill, National Sewing ,\ !

Irene Kirby, Coca Cola, 5-7; Machine, 447. t J.i MN q
Lois Hall, Manor Restaurant, Hugh Edwards rolled a 2244 i Thii new 2.S amp drill tins mort)power

S 7; Elaine Allen, S S 10; series and National Sewing v than many other drill coding far

and Jo Ann Block, Edwards Machine had a 793 top game. aM more. Urivti masonry bits .u,...., $ 995 I II
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Building Supply 4-7-1. f many
Splits were made by Anna Ii
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Mae Lea, Combined Insurance, ) p I Ii'i

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this season The Royals haven'tyet and top tervlct i .. i
I I t( control fowartul 1 impmolar. ..J;
the fun of combined
I Discover a sports tee with the ,
beaten the champs. f"i
mi today! Weigh only' 4/ Itt, I i
Boston made it four straightover tl comfort and economy of family sedon.Twl V ModtlMO- i

the Royals Thursday a N.I.16th II,, ....rk II Ii, MG Uf olwooj 4,M irojktt "1'! $34.95 '"" i iJ i! EARLY : :;---

116-101 crusher on Cincinnati'shome .**'** O 0090 19 ..... MlltM :
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court. The Celtics did it Ju. "" .. I' / T
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the hard way, too. They trailed I.Con rho,, I 0 U.tl ,.-./w4 trick ikift I.ak ...4 ,'.'.. "....., 'i ::1i ;
In the second quarter by 18 ...... _.., fI..4 H&Ny.. ',f_... j 'I 1I J3ITIR'V ap1 aaC .
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Louis Hawks beat the II III Mal
The St. 1-0444 EYE IT TRY IT BUY IT NOW AToPonizc { the true '
Lakers 95-91 In their game at I i i lIaltltt'ft I C
Los Angeles in the other NBA ll'lJIII/f j
game scheduled Thursday.Bill Ralph Turlingtonj I j J old-style _L 0

Russell's 24 rebounds as p.froatl I! ( I I FREE FORKING ON TOWER LOT 2 \ Kentucky ----- .
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addition he scored five straight I---UK fiooiri., .. I f 220 N.W. Sih A.". 'h.". 172.251 Then Ju" e H.,]w.rc Slere 2

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I UF to' -Host Care for Yule Tree Now Tender Treatment Helps


Fallout Shelter 1
i J HealthBy
Roses Bloom in
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'. Study ,Course Will Slow Needle DropOn

t ,A two day ,fallout shelter HERVEY SHARPS : metal roofing burled vertically Dip the roots of each plant in a

\ analysis course evill be given the seventh day of Christ Florida Agricultural Experl spruce, but all should outlas t Agricultural Extension Service along the side of the bed. I bucket of water just before

I defense coordinator florida mas, many find their elegant I ment Stations. A sad lookini 1g the holiday spirit if treated Roses and mother-In-laws are! Prepare the planting site prU ilanting. Insert the new bushso

Dec. 15 a 111. l Christmas tree Is rapidly tree at New Year's can h e properly. often sticky subjects. But re or to securing the rose bushes 1 that the root system will

l I Elwyn ftolmes rural civ J I shedding Its needles and beginning -avoided if proper care is giverto I Whether you buy an Imported member without eitherthis If the soil Is loose, light and,stand at the aame level that it

defense coordinator, Florid! I to look like a fuzzy brown the tree prior to Christmas. tree at t a corner market, o r would be a dull, drab world. i sandy, remove it to a depth of stood in the nursery row
latrack. I Frazer says there are a few, trek into the woods to cut you 13 Inches and replace with com
Extension $ e r vIce -
be handled
Agricultural aaid 'the J* designed And what's more, the kids!simple rules to follow whichwill own, start caring for the tret !J VV A Pw w E'r Often both have to post of rotted leaves, manure
workshop hands, but If
InstructionIn and pets are tracking the dried' help maintain tree color. immediately after you bring 1p t with "gloved and rich hammock soil. For
to
present needles all over the house. reduce needle drop and home. they are treated properly, both
keel best growth, be sure the re-
methods of com
simplified
puting the protection factor .of This post-Yule "needle drop"doesn't !the tree moist and more fin e First, place the tree in a Livestock will bring enjoyment to home placed material is quite acid.
and have to be a traditional resistant. Some trees, such a;s bucket of water or lay In a and the garden. Many sandy soils In south Flo A
buildings!
I I caves. affair, says Percy W. Fraser pines and firs, normally retain I cool place until you are read Market Since gardening Is. safer rida contain too much lime for

The workshop will be of Interest ,, associate. forester with the their needles longer thar.I to decorate. Rain will not In subject then domestic affairs, best rose production, say Uni- 1 g
and. practical value to jure the tree, but heat wl here are a few tips on roses. of Florida rose special
englneersr architects, builders, cause It to dry out and ma y A good cattle sale Mondaysaw However, you might keep In versity

building Inspectors, agricultural New Ass't result In early needle drop. 1,003 head sold to 57 buyers mind that a dozen roses and a ists.Choose Throughoutthe
engineers county agents, Agent When It's time to bring the i at the Gainesville Livestock few kind words often soften the an overcast day for SternUSE

I'' civil defense personnel an d : tree Indoors for decorating,, Market The Federal damage of a domestic tiff. planting. First check the plant
member of planning commi make a diagonal cut ac r 0 I s, State Market News Service main carefully and cut back the bushto
In
Roses come two
{ tees, Holmes said Due for Gilchrist the trunk about an inch abov i reported a strong markets classes: dormant (bare roots) four or five eyes. Trim off
the base end. Frazer says th: I throughout the sale all broken roots. YOUR
These persons will find the cut will allow the tree to absorb Slaughter steers and heifers and container grown. The dor- Be sure the planting holes CENTRAL CHARGE ot
course helpful In providing fac The Board of water. Next mod I remained 50 mant rose plants are, graded
County Commls- more steady; cows to enough to accommodate
tual Information for use In advising number 1, number ltt and are large :wJIIID ::1.
loners In container of 7$ cents bulls
the tree
meeting regular session [ a wa higher; steady; the roots without crowdingIn
local citizens on protection Monday, approved Francis! ter.: Never put a tree near I calves CO cents to |1 higher i number 2 based on size and the bottom of each hole dropa alp Ht,&orM C.atyedV

\ factors In existing buildings (Fran) Urry, 27 yearold native fireplace or stove Stocker steers SO cents to $1 number of canes. Grade num- handful of garden fertilizer 1; !!tv IMCIIOCN1t'I L01'
I and offering( advice o n of Salt Lake City, Utah, Since the air Inside a housIs e higher; stocker cows, heifers ber 1 Is best.Container soil. I
Improvements that can b e to become the first assistant much drier than outdoors, and calves remained steady. grown rose plantsare : and_ cover lightly with top

y made to enhance fall out county agent of Gilchrist County GiIhrillll.; a tree In a warm room may Cattle Prices Monday: "Florida Fancy No. 1" and

I, protection, the civil defense coordinator effective Jan. 1. The Com use a pint or more of watea Steers and Heifers Good, "Florida Fancy No. 2." Plants I Attention livestock Producers!
I pointed out. mission action Is of The drier the air the standards
j approval day. $20 22.50; standard, $17.50 ,which do not conform to -
I
No registration fee is required recommendations from County more moisture the tree will 20; utility, $a 17; stackers, for one of these grades

and all !Instrutlonal materials -Agent Jim Yelvington, District lose through Its needles. There- $10 20.Calves. are not eligible for any Florida I .
will be furnished free of Extension Agent Frank S. Perry Jim V.lvhi.l Hi I tore, It is Important to keep grade label. The best quality H yu h. bees so **(tl Ie ,
charge. and State Director of II the surface of the cut covered Good, $17 23; plant obtainable Is a "Flo-- Nil now or In Iht future pint
: lion, Dr. Marshall 0. Exte""j I with water at all {tones. standard, $14 21; utility $12- rose container : c.ntict see .! eke b.y... it
Ida
I The course begins at 9 a.m.,I Final appointment Is Anyone desiring further Information Frazer points out that the 17; stockers, $11 1950. Fancy"with Rosa fortuniana grown I Capsized Stung Compare and if .....,.

Tuesday; Dec. 15, at the AgrI--approval of the University of on this Farmers' Tax addition of chemical plan t Cows Utility $13.25 13.23; plant 1 M .. A
i rootstock.For ii ly tS.m III tpportuiiity
Seminar J
cultural Engineering Building, Florida Personnel Board and I is requested to call nutrients to the water will helpto cutters, $11 1350; stockers, ,
on the: University campus.The the University of Florida Boan! your county agent for a program keep the tree fresh and $10 111.50.Bulls those who lack a definite buy your livntMk.

,Florida. Civil Defense 01 Control. i of this meeting. 1 green thumb, try the potted
Is I green. Utility, $16,50 U.S .- stock as these plants are almost OFFERS YOU
the
Agency co sponsoring 4-H Club News COPELAND
The correct of tree holder .
course with the Florida Agricultural Fran Is married and he and I type : ; cutters, $13 13: ; stockers, sure to live.
hit have The Gilchrist County 4-H Club should be used. There '10 13.50.Tuesday's.
wife two children. Ills
.Extension Service. Varlties to plant can be a 4 BIG ADVANTAGE
rife is the former Judy Tilton, Council will hold its regular are many types 'on the market, problem. Old fashioned favorites -
monthly so select one that will hold the hog sale saw 540
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. meeting Saturday have advantages over the 1. Cosh market cloy
tree firmly and has lead cross the block, with every
Woodrow Tilton of San Mateo, morning, Dec. 12, In the count'lgent'l a generous
size water container. butcher grades running steady newcomers. These Include such 2. No commission
Fla., in Putnam County. Their office in Trenton.All .
Water is not the I to 25 cents higher. Good feed- roses as Louis Philippe, Sum
daughter, Tammy, Is 2H only key 3. Special consideration given to meat type hajs.
years
; members of the Council, Ingredient for preventing nec.dle ers ran to $20.25. mer Sunshine, Mothersday and
o"d/onl'l of months age and old.their son, Jim, Is ( that Is, the officers of the Indi- discoloration, but it also Is Queen Elizabeth. 4. Con furnish hauling for sufficient quantities.

1 I vidual clubs, are encouraged to the most practical method of I Hog Prices Tuesday: Site

Fran has lived In Palatka for I attend this meeting.What's .__ fIre protection. No. 1's, corn fed, $15.25; No. Plant roses for cut flowers In CALL COLLECT 462-1011

the last 2tt years and has attended I'., peanut fed, $14 80; No. I'., a separate cutting garden, because -
the University of Florla 14.80; No. 3's, $14.59; No. 4's, they're far from handsome -
J ,;. .I: from which he graduated In New Powders May Mean 13; No. 1 Ro's, $14; No. 1 Hy's, If pruned properly, covered 1 CLAW PHILLIPS PRESTON POLK

r Ii. ?. H.... I August with his Bachelor of Science -I '12; feeders up to $2025. most of the time with NORMAN VEECH

: 1 In Agriculture degree. Instant The Gainesville Livestock protective fungicides and denuded
Since that time he has been Pie
I' Good tobacco plant beds, or Blueberry Market will be closed Dec. 21 of flower buds daily.
working with his father. In-law
I maybe .better beds for good tobacco and 22 for Christmas. The next Select a site In a sunny loca- CoaelandCLAURE
on his U.OOO-acre ranch In Putnam I
plants, need some care- County. Prevous to this- new? I developed by the U. S. Department scheduled sale following Christmas lon. In the event 'the bed Is

ful consideration this season. lime, Fran has spent two years Highly flavored I In. tan t of Agriculture research la Dec. 28 and 29.! located near large plants, protest

Nobody seems to know what working with his church. The strawberry, raspberry, blackberry scientists. A special bull sale Is slated the rose bushes from marauding I COMPANY ALACHUA. FLORIDA

the next year or two may bring lurch of Jesus Christ of the and boysenberry powdersare Packing and storage conditions for Jan. 15. I roots with a sheet of
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forth, but we sure better try tot Latter Day Saints, In Alabama the newest Instant ;products are still being worked out, ------ =

get a good crop on the acreage Georgia, South Carolina a n d but the powders look promising

t we Volume have left. Florida with the youth organization Tell Difference for bakers, Ice cream dry-mix!
production In 1964 was
t of this church. manufacturers, and other large-
greater.than: In 1954, even with
Fran Is an active member ofthe scale users.Eventually.
t' 40 per cent less acreage, which Between Mulch
U. S. Marine
Corps Re--
1 ,1' proves the efficiency of our they may appear

; good fa/mers. Think, about your serve. And In your grocery as pastry and NOTICE
4-Hers and 4-H leaders andDoorters CompostIf
1' yield a few years ago as compared beverage mixes or as "instan '
with the past two or three In Gilchrist Countvwria" purees" for making sauces, dessert -
f' years.t}\ you haven't come within be interested to know, too, you haven't added the toppings, Jams and m Ilk"
f the 1,700 to 2,000 pounds per that Mrs. Urry Is a 4-H alumni terms of "compost" and shakes.

J a acre group, you ought to be of 11 years In 4-H Club work "mulch" to your gardening! vocabulary
I" sure you know why. and she It a pAst State 4-H Club now Is a good time Keep your eyes open for pow
Of course, the 1M4 yield on Council officer. to learn the difference between dered blueberries and cherrles .
We are looking forward tohavlnl he two words.Soils soon
farms down
many was as a result -
of the weather, but I believe the Urrys moved Intoour specialists with the FlorIda Instant bean lima
the 1963 state yield was county. We feel that this I soup or TO FUEL OIL AND
Agricultural Expert men t navy Is one of the maid !
and his have
young man family 1
about l.DOO pounds per acre. Stations explain that comoost .services USDA research scientists >
much to offer us here In Gil-
Seems like I read or heard contributes valuable organic are developing for
christ County and also feelthat busy;
that the 1M4 Georgia Florida- we
matter that holds moisture and homemakers, according to conSumer
: Alabama combined yield was Gilchrist County will mean provides plant food when mixed education specialists I
much to them.
over 1,0011 pounds per acre. In the garden soil. Compostcan with the Florida Agriculture/
Here are a few plant bed Tax Seminar KEROSENE CONSUMERSNOTICE
suggestions I' be produced from nearly Extension Service. I
The attention of farmers and II
{ for getting started. Mix any plant material and certain I
them Into your practices that Income tax consultants for waste products.A Right now, they're perfecting
are good and get I good start: farmers Is called to a Farmerand the process that turns pureed
I 1. Did you select your bed location Small Business Seminar mulch Is slightly different.A beans, peas and lentils into ''In.r 1
with loamy soil crust which will be held Dec. 13 at the: mulch of leaves, grass or stant" powders. Just add wa 1
over early? Ocala Federal Savings and Loan dead plant residues protects ter stir, heat and serve. Beats 1
: 1 Handy water supply Is good Association Building In Ocala. the surface of the soil Like a soaking, cooking for an hour or IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT PERSONS

r Insurance. Much more encouraging These seminars are sponsored'compost a mulch suppllei two, then making the puree'
i'' to supply water exactly by the Agricultural Extens I o n I plant food and helps to hold I yourself. I

when needed. Lack of good Service and the Florida I moisture I' II HAVING RECORDS OF CONTINUOUS PAST

' !.f moisture Just after seeds germInate Accountants Association. The' The specialists point out thai I

< .( takes a lot of future good internal Revenue Service and a mulch also Insulates the soil Doyle Conner I
|| plants. Social Security Adminlstrat I Ionart against excessive heat. DUE ACCOUNTS WITH
1 ,14 3. Gas bed with proper cooperating on the program I Honors 3 From I ANY OF THESE INSTITUTE .

( 1 amount of Mat so that toil will While these seminars are dIllned For more Information 0 n
( be as near sterilized as possible primarily for tax consultants these Important garden aids.I i

o 4. Use 1M to. 200 pounds, de- or other people who ask your county agrlcultu! r a I I Ialent GainesvilleTALLAHASSEE MEMBERS WILL NOT BE SERVEDON

: pending on soil and type of cover assist farmers and small buslneas for a copy of the Ex
of preferably I ..1 tobacco In filling out their tax returns periment Stations press bullrm -Three

I plantbed fertilizer per 100 anyone is welcome to at.tend. 602B entitled "Composting Gainesville residents are among ANY BASIS UNTIL
THESE
I square yard bed. 1 and Mulching. 33 longtime employes of the ACCOUNTS

I t i. If you use plastic s 11 d Florida Department of Agriculture

''I I bed cover do not over-seed. honored by Commissioner i
Fall Is Time HAVE BEEN SETTLED.
\ With all steps nearly perfect, Liming Doyle Conner at the Dlopartment'l -
; ( one ounce of seed has been
annual work conferenceheld
spread over 7 to I hundred
square yards. Our suggestion is For All Farming Lands here recently

that you shoot (for one fourth In addition i I
three other
ounce per 100 yard bed. Fall la a good time to apply Gainesville residents Oil Fuel Institute Of
Your first step toward a good Inning materials to farm land., received Gainesvillec.
crop is good plants. You know I Many farmers put off lint I n g r cash awards for time say I 1111

this, you Just get a little careless -their land until they are ready I levy !Ideas adopted in the Depart

sometimes and neglect an to plant the crop, usually In ment. One man was a double B. FUEL
important part of the Job. I the spring. winner. All six are members SUDDEN SERVICE
VOTE DEC. UthlYou: have HI Calcic or dolomite lime fttunty: 01 the Division of Plant Industry -
BOHANNON JR.
heard! that date many times al requires about six weeks to which has Its headquarter SERVICE, INC. FUEL OIL CO.

ready. It seems hi be maybe three months to change the Ic'ul In the Seagle building In

more Impurtant than ever this acidity of the soil and become Gainesville.For .

year that you VOTE. available as calcium or magnesium king service with the W. G. SAUNDERS
So many of our law makers: / to the plants. L..zre C&,5
i Department, Conner
I do not understand our agricultural Liming materials applM I service pins and certificates presented to BOLTIN JR. OIL COMPANY SUWANNEE
t. needs and desires. Too now would have changed the test Is like shooting at something ,
I P. E. Frlerson, 30 C. E
years;
many have the Idea that soil and wouldbe In the dark. Overtiming'
we are acidity of the 2)
Shepard. and 0. W. Oil
yearn;
not concerned with how they I available to plant growth by is critical on our sandy soils, Davis, 25 COMPANY
think. We must let them know planting time next spring. and crapping history helps years COLEMAN SIMMONS

,I that wt do care and must J.tl The best way to determinethe determine the amount of lime Cash awards of $2} each for

'I f then know what we need In an liming needs of your soils 'used up. 1 their collaboration In developing OIL COMPANY SERVICE INC.

I agricultural program. AU th I sis every,: I If you need lime DOW, the a unique mil sampling tool ,
why' you should VOTE field and have them test ACT Program may be able to were presented to Bob Easer, THOMAS

j Dec 13. Some one said. that New I i ted for Ph calcium and mag help cost-share the application Howard Van Pelt and John B DAVIS
York has more congressmen neslum. With soil test results. of this to your land. At this!lcCo.an. Eiser was winner .f SPAIN'S OIL COMPANYOIL

f' than the entire flue cured to- you can readily tell the kind time of year, the program is,' second $3 award for suggesting
bacco Belt Tell your congressman !of lime to use and the amount usually has some y a used a method to simplify handling COMPANY GULF HEAT
what you want by this needed. I funds. Check with your County and editing of manuscripts -
VOTP:. .- Applying lime without a soil ASC Oaks before Jan. 1. and technical papers.


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Board of Realtors at the annual

Readers'Request I ITh. II Laic Morning 'dinner of the group held Thursday

AmsChal 19:% InlNick an night at the Holiday Inn.

1e/NWrane n.MN au" Hkn1 hr.vened Alcoa S9i\ IntPap 33't Tew and a slate of 9 other officers v 4a
pKitmtiy By rwMr* of itw&srg" AmAir 42Ji: Jones&L 61
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McCready of Ocala, former -
AmCyan 64H! Ken'cott 1H '
KBKO.,WulbernMuiphey I president of the state real.
.. ,. AmMot 14 LigiMy 85'. ,.
AT&T 66% Loch'd 34Ti tor's board
!NEW YORK Union Pac ._ 1.60a 42M Puritan Fund. 9 57
AmTob 34 Lorlllard 42't
STOCK EXCHANGE Und Air L 1.Mb 59'" Putnam Growth ......_ 15.93 I Others Installed were Mrs,
AmpxCp 14'iMag'vox 29H
Abbott Lab __:-.. 2.40 461. Upjohn .. 1.00 11% TV & Elec .??..--i--. .._ 8.03 Gladys Smith vice president;
Anaconda 55 MM&M MH
Allied Chem 130 52V4 Jim Walter ?-.. 23% Value Line Inc 5.75 Mrs. Arle Smith secretary; and
Armour 52'4 Mohasco 15
Amerada Pt_ 2.00. 8m War Lamb .70 32% Wellington Fund. __ 1493 Claude Franks, treasurer
ACL (7H Mons'to 86'.
Am Elc Pow'............ 1.16b 441/ Worthintn ISO 49;% NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS
Beth Stl 36'4 MontWd 38Vi\ Watt H. H. Par-
Amer Enka ;..,..;.-,, 140a 66"( Xerox _... ....U..I.U *5% Complete Vol. Close Cbg. Kirkpatrlck.
68 NatDair 81S and
Boeing % risk John Merrill
Amer Hone ....,__-.- 1.44a a3 Zenith ......_ I20a 62% 272,600 Com Sat Corp 80% up 54 were named
Borden 79 MatDist 27, to the board of directors.
Amer M Fdy ....__ .90 17' OVER THE COUNTER $5,500 RCA 321.up'54 Brunswk S N.AmAv Slrt

Armco Stl ...._.. 3.00 64'4 tnt NSW....YORK... quolatlaiu tAPS -, TIll WMIM following*1 thiNitlwiM bk 62,300 Lear Siegler 14% up % CaterTr 40'. Penney KH In the associates group Jim M
Atch Topka _. 1.20a 325 1 AiKKlitten of .....'1".. DM. 56,600 Westingh Elec 45% up H Celanese 724 PER 37% Sheppard was installed as president -
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, Baxter Lab .?_.? .36 275 .rv.,....Inc. .but* *Ml r* rwrtMOt UK NASD'cltMl. nllmix I tr n 52,800 N Y Central 41'4 unch Chrysler M% PepCola 62'% Jane Caldwell as vice Realtors InstallNew

\ Beckman In .__ 74 of till mull nng ft.wiihin... bMii Which' wl e,.IbMI. McurlHo w 52,400 Cerro Corp N 36': off H CocaCola 138 PhilMor 77'i president and Les Jackson as M

'j Beech Lf S ___ 1.10 Sn bought l..ktt) 46,900 Parke Davis 29% up 1 ComEd 544 PhillPet 54'4 secretary.
officer of the Galncatllle Hoard of Realtor posed shortly after they
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.. Bristol My __. .80 64L Alico Land _?------ ... 12 40,300 59'off *
Chrysler 4 ConEd 94H RCA 32H' E. M. Deaton, outgoing president were Installed' at the annual Installation dinner Thursday night. From left
Brown Shoe _. ._ 340 1 107% Amer Heritage __ 19%
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39.500 Am Tel & Tel 68% /ff h
\\L} Brunswick ._ 8ta I Amer Mat Ins 19% ContCan 51H RcpSU 42% of the realtors, remains asa art Ernest Tew, president; Mrs! Glad)'* Smith. wire! president; !Mr*. Arle .
oo Ford Motor 54' H "
, Cambell S ?__ 2.40 364 Amer Pioneer Life w "?-.. 7% 38,800 AVER: STK EXCII* up duPont DowChe 229'761.4. Revlon ReyTob 39 42%, holdover officer on the boardof Smith secretary and ('laud* Frank, treasurer. J Sun Photo. by Tommy Lewis

Carter Pdt 1.OOa 161' Anheuser Busch 63% directors.
ACTIVE STOCKS 1
EAL 45 StRegP 30
Case J I _.....,.._ 18 Anodyne .. -_ 1% Volume Close Change E.Kodak 135% Seaboard 46 i Deaton exhibited a plaque .

Cessna Air w_._ 1.00 30 Citizens Bank _-..oo ._... .. 38 174.000 Webb & K' H up V4 Firestone 43 Sears 130. won by the Gainesville real. i I

I Ches Ohio i.-.._ 4.00 71 Conn Lt & Pow ____.. 37:% 60,900 Kalfman 44 up U FlaPw 48 Sinclair 54% tors representing first place in / SEE

Chris,Craft ...._ 13%',Cowles Mag t Pb _-__?. 11% 49,900 Syntex M up 5"% FlaP&L 79'4 Socony 88% their category nationally for By
Coas S Gas .... ,_ 34% Dunn It: Bradst __ (U4
49,100 New 7% up % Ford 534< SouthnC 66%" their work In observing" National I
CBS ...., 1.Mb 43w Firs West FIn'c'l 7%
? ?- 27,200 Nor East Air 4% up b FrmstDa 13% SperryR 13% : Realtors Week last sum
___. 1.20 3511i Florida Gas 11% '
Comb Eng ? ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS FreptSul 45% StBrand 78% mer.
Comsat ,,_.- 60% Fla Mat Bank 64 .
Purchases .. 365,786 FruehTr 30% StONJ 88%
Cone Mills ..-. .80 22 I Fla Tele .. _,,_ 29'% Short Sales.m..i.i..u.nn.i..ii.. 8833 34'. Studebak <% i. the SUN
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Cont Airl .... .40 195 Forrest Labs _..._.--..._. 16V. Other Sales 387,351 GenE! 90V4: Swift[ M County Gets .

ContI Ins 2.20 n Founders Life __ IV<4 Total Sales ........_.....-.N 306184 GenFds 79'',4 Texaco 87'.. .
Contrl Data _-w.- 47"I "% Franklin Life .. ._ ._ S5 4 PREVIOUS DWS STOCK GenMiIIs 48 Thiokol 12 I I. GENERAL HOSPITAL thr>n T. Ellenson Dock While Minn and a parked car, at S

Corn Pdts ___ 1-50 mi.I' Great American __ 11' MARKET GenMtrs 93% UCarb 125'% Post Office December 10,1M4BIRTHS Dora Lllcs, Hubert U Thom, a.m. Friday at SW 11th Road
I' Delta Air .?.?. ,,_ 1.60 5911i Grolier _..____ 38H .: Donald Berth Doris Adams and Main St.
Advances ...w? -,...... 482 Goodrich 58% UnitAirc 64 : ,
.80 1314 Life .. ,_...___. 46'/4
Gulf
Det Steel '? ?' Declines 586 Goodyr 45% VnFruit 17% For Mr. and Mrs. Paul Samnr- Theresa Brady, Arthur A. Car Charles" R. Daniel New
..._ 1.00 400/. Herff[ Jones __. ..16% $900
Emerson El Unchanged .??.?.-?.?.?.__..... 300 Greyhnd 22% USSteel 52".1 Iskl, 1238 NE 17th Ave., a boy;, soy Ernestine" Showers Kath- York N. Y. and I parked car.
Fair Camera __... .50g 23'i1! Home Ins ..MOO ._ 70V1 Total Issues _..._.? .?.?,.-. 1,368 Gulf 011 59 VnivMat Mr and Mrs. Watson Showers, ryn M. Warren" Marlon Johnson at I 50 p m. Thursday at S._
Finan'l Fed _._.. 3Jo/: Kennasaw: Life 9'/4 14'I" I It cost the Alachua County all of Gainesville Frances Main St. and 11th Place .
New 196344 Highs ,.._.?. 17 Honw 125V4 WestgEI 407 SE!: 12th Terr., a girl; Mr.: ;
Fst Chartr 1.971 22'4 Life of Fla ??. 93 New 196364 Lows _.___ 44Bllsiness IntHarv 77% Woolwth Board of Public Instruction $!%Q and Mrs. James Roebuck, 2811 R. Snider Coral Gables; Berha i Beverly L, Priest Lawtey
Fla E Cat ?M_"._.._ 13 Lowes Company MM?>... 8 to "free" the old Post NE 11th Terre. a gr1. Russell, Jacksonville; Ruth and Roberta A. Kati (17 NB
accept II
.90 225 Electron __ 10%
Food Fair Milgo
-MOO ADMITTED: Mizelle, Brooker Ith St., at '.25 pm. Thursday"
FMC Corp '_ 1.00 6O" Mort Guaranty Ins .._N 23"% Office building. Mrs. Angela C. Arias. Mrs PISOIRGFD. : ,at University Ave and Ith

Frito Lay -.......,,_., 38% Pacific SW Air ___???. 295" Shows The General Services AdminIstration Nell R. Roebuck Cynthia John D. Braun, Cynthia Hall Ter.
_. 88 365 4 Schlita Brew 43.4
Gen Tele __ which donated the Hall, Judy Hall Thomas J.' Judy Hall, Thomas Burnett, David R. Gndnchalk, 1019
.Mb 555 4 Life & Tr .. 58 ,
__ 1 Secur
_, :
Pacif
Ga ??
M Burnett, John D. Braun, KaJr. NW 36th Road and
and
llawl Hunt baby boy, a parkedcar
Getty Oil ___. ". lOg 2n' Southern Nitro >..?.__ 26'. building to the county to be _
Nona Harris 12 34 at
Kige Ezzell at p.m. Thursday
Grace Co .._._. lOOb 56% Travelers Ins ___ 40% Inventory Buildup used for education purposes, Patricia Dallry Jcraldlne Hont- SW 8th St.and Int Ave.

Hel! Curtis ,_._ ... .80 15'1 J S 1.. .....,___-.. _... 10AMERICAN presented its $900 bill repre- College en, Jnnnn Cogglns and baby Ill'nil B. Muckenfusa, 1029%

IBM __oo_._ 5.00 409 By SAM DAMSON twice the rate of Increase In the! senting costs! of appraising the boy Edna Cooper, Virginia I 1 \NW 23rd Blvd. and Hubert I

Int Min C _.? ?..... 180a 36" STOCK EXCHANGE AP Business News Analyst I third quarter. Also another $600 building. BolUm and son Ruby Jenkins Thomas, Rt. 1, at 10.34 a m

< Int Tele ___ 1.00 59' Aerojet Gen __. 23' NEW YORK (AP Some mllJlol1advance In Inventories Survey IsNcnring and daughter, James CarmlLh- Thursday at N. Main St. and
Kellogg __ .80a 48 Analex Corp _.. .._ 25'i I ) their expected In the next three In recommending approval 01 ail, Stella Roberts, Thelma 'Ith Ave.: "

Lehman Cp _..._134e 3O"I Aqua Chem ..._.__._. 13'11t' feet Industries are while dragging others con.ltnue months. In the first half of 1964 the Item before the School Fry Abe Hall, Everett God I Fire Calls
Litton In 198f 7444k Aurora Plastics _. ".. 25v.: Just now stocks million In Board at Thursday's meeting End frey Lawrence Brewer Dot -
1150 ,
I to ahead. But almostall toe by At I 12 a m. Thursday, a
; push
k Lone S Cm 1.00 19"% Barnes Engineer......_ 23'4 think the each quarter.The Supt. E. D. Manning Jr. saidit ores Standley, Anna Mae Hunter flooded heater at 205 E. L'nl--
to new
" Marsh Fld _._ 1.60 491i Butler Shoe ?.___ ,_ 1'I will seem general advance.year sudden change In busl was a normal practice re- Drafting of the Alachua and Veda Fuquay and Barbara verity Ave. No damage.At .
' Martin M 1.00 181i :hrornaloyCinerama ._ 14"% bring a I ness thinking about building up quired by the GSA !before I It Bradford County junior college' Jean Andrews S 14 p m. Thursday, .a"
.___ .60a 37'. ____ 4"10 Government economists report '
McG Hill stocks may be due to fear of turns over a quit claim title survey report has neared the POLICE, TIRE REPORT brush fire In the 1600 block of
.... 1.70 47 45". there has been scaling
Set .._ _
Mead Corp ? Computer ? labor off for donated federal property.
cutting Main SLAt
stoppages supplies final stages, Supt. E. D. Manning Accident Roundup N.
Merkd ._ ._ 2.ooa 460/. Cutter Labs A ____ II down ,fit earlier predictionsy .
"
or union wage gains nudging Jr. told the School( Board Involved In accidents" reported I liSI/ m Thursday, a
executives. The board plans to use the
Natl! Air! __.__ .80 67 Data Control .. _._ 56'!. many company
higher. Or it could be defective tlfttrid 1711
prices by the Gainesville Police Oven at
for education and Thursday.
the first building adult
N Y Centl _. .508 48'4Nia Fulton Inds 91i They also report signsof
the first Indications of a growing Department and the Alec h u a NW 11th Road. Damage, $30
M Pow _....??..M 2.00 54"% Gen Develop 4 a change In business policy vocathmal programs and possibly Manning requested expenditure
Norfolk W __ 6.00 137 Jax Mkts .. _. I and planning, especially toward prosperity psychology that' as a temporary campus of about |2no to cover cost County Sheriff's Office during At I 44 p m. Thursday, a -..
< In the has caused Inventories the flooded III
past pad 24 hours were: I heater si 1X1 NW
60V. 54" building inventories, which for the proposed AlachuaBradford of printing certain portions of
No Ind P S ._ 1.48 Mackey Airlines up
OO. to climb when Business Paul I
Kenneth
a U Ray, SI. I. i St. No damage.
No Nat Gas _. 1.80 59 Mead Johnson _._ 15'4Par previously had been held re upswing was nearing Its peak. County junior college. the report which will go out to 1 -. .- ------ ----- -- _._. .

Olin Math 1.20 391/ NW Tele ,_ 22" markably stable. To date the ratio of stocks to 1 The GSA hasn't said what the about 1,000 Individual. and

Owens II G -??.?.....-., 2.50 100% Philips Elecfcdwlng __ 391. I This Indicated split In economic sales Is far from troublesome, appraisal value Is, but Manning agencies early next month. The

Pac G Ii: E ...............1.00 34'i Carriers I% trends apparently derives i and within the range of the anticipated has estimated the property request: was approved. Doctor Against -

Pac Ltmg ._ 2.40 321 Ric Group _.?__ 2'- more from labor troubles than' sales Increases In the and building are worth at Manning praised the interim

Pac T Ii: T ,__. 1.20 28'- Sperry R Wts ,_ 6'4 from any marked faltering- In months ahead. I least S25 .000. I advisory Junior college committees I
Pan Amer A 1.20 28'4' Syntex ...._ 58 the prosperity cycle. -- -- -- -- of the two counties for their "

Parke Dav _... 1.00 295 Tampa Elec 2m Factories making soft goods I-U-- extra efforts In pushing the Jenkins Quizzing

Pennzoil 200 42V. Tech Measur _. 11 report sales continuing to rise Birch Society Protests crash survey to a successful

Pfizer......_ ?... .$Oa' 46... Univ Cig _._.. 4x4 But some makers of hard goods I completion."The 1

Phelps Dg ?.-_ '3.00 73'10 TWA Wts -,,,,,_'h<_ .. .. 30x4" have been hit by strikes or the Boost UNICEF Card Salesagainst only way we could WASHINGTON (AP) A at George Waihlngton University
Polaroid --.20: 172V. MUTUAL FUNDS I,effects of others' strikes and hope to get action from the state doctor .who has been treating Medical School here, to Rules .

Pub Sv E G ..._ 2.60 39 Affiliated fund _. lsa,took to next year for any resumption PACIFIC GROVE, Calif. (AP) the Birch objection.The eglslatur In the spring was to Walter W Jenkins has recommended Committee Chairman B. Ever

Pure Oil ._ 1.60 544 Capital Life & Gr ... ..?. 973 of gams. Sales of Christmas cards by card. were withdrawn move fast with the survey," strongly against having;ett Jordan, D-N.C., said Jenkins ...

Rayonier 1.00 38'- Divers Growth 1009 Auto strikes this fall are the United Nations Children's from sale Tuesday at the Pacif. Manning said. the resigned While House aide la suffering t.. depressive reaction .
Rexall .._ -Mb 54V4 dividend Shares. .3.78 testify In the Senate Rules/ Com' of the utmost gravity"
blamed for much of the current Fund are reported booming aft Ic Grove and Carmel branchesof The report will go to the respective
Reyn Met .W 32" Dreyfus ..,_ 2082 stalemate in total factory (..lea.Worr'l er a John Birch Society protest' the Bank of America andHolman's school boards of Ala. mlttee's Bobby Baker InvestlgaIon. The letter, dated !Dec, 4, said ,.

Rich Merr* ....._ 109 55" Fidelity Capit. 11.34 about the risk of a steel resulted in their removal from Department Store In chus and Bradford Counties Jenkins wag Improving
.........120 183. Fund __ 11.1 but..,
R C Cola Fidelity strike next spring appears to sale In two banks and a department Pacific Grove after the protest then to the Slate Dept of Education I Jenkins, on a brief golfing warned thai he "remains vulnerable
Roy Dutch ITJg 45 Fidelity Trend 11.13Fund'tal behind much of the change In store. wss delivered by the local for assignment of a priority mlirtiy. In San Juan P.R said' to serious setback'* If .
Searle Gd _._.??.. .90 14'1Singer' Invest 11.45 about stock buildups to banks continued bar Birth Dan "1'11.,. after "-
thinking The to leader King III. If the state approves the Thursday: my subjected! to stress before he
,.... 200 83'ani Income of Bostonncorpora'ed 1.50 sa hedge against possible shortages sale of the cards but the store King objected that money 1 survey report a bill to author.' ,slay here." recovers fully The doctor laid .
6
__ 12"aSou Inc
Smith Kin or the chances of mon widespread gave permission to UNICEF from sales of the cards and, Ire the Junior college here will I A I letter from Dr Leon YocheUnn h. and recommended strongly
Cat Ed _....lM 37'- Keystone K-2 _.,. ........ la9 ''' I '
price Increases.These volunteers to resume sales calendars goes, In part to! before the next "legislature. < a psychiatry that Jenkins not at the
V prceuorloo smear
St Oil Cal _._ .. 200 7O" Keystone S-3 ..... .. .. __ _
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18191 --- -
signs and portents are Wednesday.The I'Communist countries. hearings, due to resume early
4% S-4 _
Oil Ind 2.oob keystone ,
St being read into the latest survey I bank said Its policy forbids UNICEF provides fond for next year.The .
Sterl Drug .85 28'% Life Investors .- 10.05 of manufacturers by the Commerce sales In bank lobbies. 1 mothers and children throughout 4Pa Keltic' of Movies i l
11 Ii Life Stock Fund 7.55
1.20
Texas Vtil Rules Committee voted
Department It reports Mrs. H. Paul Aebe directorof the world, helps" fight chil
SO' Mass. Inv Stock. 17.01, .
1.40 unanimously Wednesday la
Textron total sales this final quarter apparently : the card sale, said UNICEF dren's diseases and helps governments :
Tidewater 31'. Mass. Inv Growth 1.10 have levelled off at :card and calendar sales were set up centers for Dies Following Accident summon Jenkins, to testify under "
48' Pioneer Fund __ III Mth.
W A At the same time It
Tram
1112.4 minion. Four months ago ,heavy because of the protests can of children and mothers.
.
I decided! to the and
drop sex
--- political
'Ktorles were predicting a rise I LOS ANGELES (API) Actor .
/ / angles" that turned '
up"during
I In the final months of this year. Kllhrlde 71, the Pa Kettle -
NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES DEC. 10 I II I factory sales of durables 'Crisis! Mounts Percy of the movies died early today ( the Baker Investigation. .
I f.l Nn 14 "... the
have fallen this quarter, at Chase Sanitarium. Jordan said Thursday that so
Clot. Net Ch ,
High Low survey shows, with auto sales (far as sei la concerned IIIItlaJn,"
25 Raid 139.21 I37.8S 131.06 Off .65 being the chief culprit. The $300 i He was Injured /In an auto accident (!contained In two FBI files "re. ..

I.e-uslriols 898.1ft- 185.91 891.05 Off 3.42Off2.M million drop In.. hard goods cut In Br. Guiana Srpt. 21 and underwent flated In any w'/Io the official

50 Stacks 513.69 511.88 514.05 the total 10.... billion. I brain surgery at Good Samart- (conduct": of any senator or ....-
: But nondurables have risen a tan Hospital In Hollywood Nov. ate employe.One .

bit from the third quarter and GEORGETOWN. British Guiana .I jGov. Sir Richard Luyt consulted,.IL I
are expected to total W4 bit- (AP) British Guiana with London to determine how !' of he FBI file, J"II"liid. ,
STOCK FLASfIES ton for the final three months beaded Into a governmental crt-'the Marxist leader could be' Dr, Barklry Noble said Kilo ( dealt" with, Ellen Rom'etsih -
!
bride died at 12 4J a m. of "hardening '
West German
MARKETNEW The Industrial chiefs were sis today as Premier Cheddi forced out. I beauty wbolft .
In the brain
[ of the arteries ,
the said N would I Washington shortly before
optimistic, however, about Jagan not reslgaOnly "
1 will not resign"Jagan' told unit terminal pneumonia The the committee began its
YORK (AP-Tbe stock I prospects for the first half of a news conference "The Britishgovernment doctor saul be notified Kilobride' year- .
Dow Jose Slack Averages old Baker Investigation.He .
market staged a moderate recovery 1 1J6J. An average rise of 1 percent I I will have to force, sltier( Mrs. John L.

with trading (airly slack Pm"'a Day I 2nd Hair I la sates to predicted This me out." I(:Crowley of LM Angeles Thurs- K said the other file was Man

early this afternoon. I 63.1' I >0 Irduat I up 166 would be In about the same Luyt asked London for an order Ail that her\ brother was fading FBI InveoUgatlan el accus.
resumed their rebound! range as the Increase In the early Following him I f fait lions made In I"I and 1943 by
Steels pmnttting to
I 204) .M I 20 Rails I upU471 UJI I part of IM4.AH summon. I .
Don .
called an I B. Reynold, a local SMUT.janco --
the
from what analysts new legislative assembly Fame came it his later {years
oversold condition. I I U I'LL! I up IDS i segments ctJn'fit Into Orders without the premier's ronarnl.Some .t.to the hawk-nosed comedian t agent and former aatoIcUte -

Some of the airlines chemicals '' 30114 ( O Stocks | up >.n7WWO ,this pattern. Example: .the ma- sources close! to the" goviernor -1.tin the sing song. voice. RILBKIDE of Baker who has been a
office) )appliance l industry to a tep- MINNEAPOLIS (AP)- udge 'key witnn In the fan
:
,
aerospace Issues | Volume | UW.WO wile forecast ia talking of an I'John A. Weeks spotted a man said Jagan's tenure would/ : lie appeared In W stage''" n.::th. and he wee type-Tint,ate probe. stormy

equipments tobaccos and drugs I ;,average growth to safes next'eating In the rear of his courtroom end with the calljig of the as- Diet then made \his movie debut -,at !the bark-enuntry frmr.

helped lift the averages a bit SUB:;:3-pnlnt pin. i[year of between 4 and i percent wearing a hat .wnbly.However. ; as 10. His '0"Wtl'" minx H. reared at 15. lived largely The committee's Democratic'majority
The market was K*n as The Associated Press average) This would give II the second Disturbed by this disregard some expert" In* until be and Marjorie Main on !Social! Security, and sprat bad concluded. Jordan

trying te find a clue as to:'of M stacks at noon was up Jst '' straight\ record sales year 'r tar courtroom decorum, Judge South Ameriraa colony's condiluUon -''I played a farm couple tn The much time walking MoUywoodBnuUvard. aW, thai H had "no legal".

whether the next sharp move E21. with industrials up But manufacturers note that:Weeks ordered the situ M' said. there were ambiguities 'Egg and r da !W.I A bachelor, be Bved right to probe kite the prtval

win be a rally or decline to a [rails op J and utilities op ..J.I U'I this rile of growth doMilmatck leave. Re did. that create a doubt whetherJagaa's (I The characters were lifted aloe In a modest apartment I[conduct of Individuals/ and.

lower snpport I I The Dow Jones Mustnal that set the last twoyears. :I The cork caM for the burglary tenure would end automatically .iI :from the flbn and became the" Ons SroL 17 U and an actor'therefore the eommJUM should.

Watt Street viewed the cur-I crags at nooa was ., 121 at I.' cane el George A. Rogde,I er whether his reslgaatKM -I beets of the *-) and Pa Kettle",'friend; frank Bdmonl.T\ were sat engage m M anvestigaUan of

rent economic news as lavorafee -:,Mi 41 This took it slightly Government economists are'44. who lad "been tree en UJKM ts rwputred.t I series. They wen hnmenMly,hit by a car as they were,matters referred to tn 1JwM.

but the pace of tradirf was 'sbove' the" .'supportarea! efH4 Ci'vng an especially dose look bond. t Tradit1' fly, premiers resign' popular at the bet office and.rrouang a Hollywood Inters**!Inks,"

slower than Thursday's .fwooI 43 reached to the big seDoff I just lOW ls *gns that factory Rngde djdal come forward when defeated" ss .I< JurdM noted .
ml- that fen. John
volume slipped below fi"e policies shout towmtortes maybe nreur boar," Pr eirtorHjrUa Jitaa charged fraud ,to the vote'bootied 'roni character roles to, fir a H was tIwm-"lit KUbrMe e*

lion share. This se..iPM te re- 411 Prices Dec Li were mostly higher to changing r>uMt sad .'.., le the Monday which end kim IMS majority 'starring. parts.KJbrtde raped! with, minor head eijurles. !Ihtrmaa Cooper, ( .Ky.. Iher

fleet a lack of enthusiasm as i moderate trading oa the American The Commerce Drpr1mtIII'maa yw erdertd from the. fat the wsembly His deci- was It whet. the se But NoIY. 11 he was takes to''only' ens of the" three GOP convmiltee

prices noted .p. -I Indicates that factory courtrvom." turn snt U rKlIII was barktd by::"... Iwea. The Ketihf Illmt,Good Samaritan ipiUI, In LMAAi'lrt members present, at I:*
Stock EKkange.I survey
Gains of tractions to a pool!I CarpGr.&t" were deed nocks an cimbwg to the fugal I Polk are stfl k ajg for'14 vote of the executive commit-' *,.... a fortune for the .... (or bram surgery Latter ,'closed netting Wednesday kd
or so outnumbered losers tee W kia ".'. Progressive'party. but Kilbride sever struck: M be wag tramfmtd la the voted] against dropping ....
weeks seasonally .
.
14 to ,
[ bonds contaviid ( tf a .
.jnong key stock Some of the'OS.; to governraeat advaact. adjusted $CJ bCItoa. Tfeia to\ .' I(rich Work was brief taws took::Wurkim to ncupuauoav I I ipoas .. fee lIrIa&laa&Jaa.1
ade In*
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18 GaintiYJIU Sun Friday, Dc.mber 11 1964 10 PITS SUPPLIES


12 Ml Help Wupoted ON' 10'.d an. ""n''.'....
CLASSIFICATION _. ..... AKC. "'"
I Beer Halls Septic Tanks 1VE.INMANAGER GROC RY Ideal tsr )1m. ,111"

; TRAINEES Pb. 4.0303.
:
: INDIXANNOUNCIMINTS
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I' I WANTED LLtyn. lid BoMrmm
monogor troini* p"cor. don't hIV. room lor him
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THEREIS t.O "',5,0 trim **...... """inlt my Vory ,..II.. ."....


I ;. Pafford's Job Never Done .M.or.).,1OIL.,refer Pled 55016115 m."vocollon....ShIll 115th Mid qusIlt letS omlrlngo '.-. PC BIRD:M3I.:DOG PUPPIES '

.. II* AMmorlwoI .. lImo omplormont 1101!. flIrtIng I mil ""... blood linn. Union.obli. .
.
I By STEVE VAUGHN At Environmental H e a 1th Most of the areas the section Lard .. rrunkg Mlorl.1 for "Porloncod end oil,.. Ph. ....1701.

I.' VF Student Journallit Director for the County deals with have one common 5504 1 Powod ml monieirt monigon 59IOs64 IIM.O. ;.Jwporioncod MALI Cotvchln ",onk.,. CompiniT

I .. t WMMllwd loivk. .. ,... Anr.jKkMM'l SutUOd'' |Ill lomo, lovw children I ylr,
** Con
Gainesville! Health Department Pafford denominator communIcable MIlo d. Phono PR i-tm.
I The owner of a : Triad IntarmitlojiI MultI mor.". IIU

beer ball didn't pay the wa- works consistently on II m I- disease. Spoclol, NotkdiIPIorlrt NW um A... in pcTiKlwol GIM.N IHIPH..O. A/C, fro,,,,
1 : .... ,rmI0. I ySSOl II. lPssyo,
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.. 05590IloI
.
ter bm- lar situations which are One of his biggest jobs Is LOCA" no.. of n.1onI1,.. 151101 .,. ..," C.II 3750925 be..11 u or,

I Ifs water was shut off by usually brought to his atten- getting the population to recognize S iiby ..,...... Child Corgf 1.044,00' and for SIb aol .retail 51155010.I5IIIeOiletII 7 '.M.
,
.
PIKM, T* djg AndTnlngi 505 2Jo4 high CHIHUAHUA piippM'T'5
I ) the, city but the hall remained tion through complaints. He public health hazards. Tg IN groduilo. collw .prKon.nd. old, 135 ooeh. I MonehoMirr 1

For four days said his staff baa made 701 "We've quit using the lUck lonotitii good ..,.". moIniuronci mil,* 1 I lomolo in MCA, 4mn.
open. Cell PR l-uil
: hoipllilliillen.'1 IIR. old. urn", ;
glasses were washed In the visit resulting from 391 corn- and started to use education lion plon. Pall vocitlon, *|H I 'kgtroltwd './01. PR o-TMl ottor > tB;

same water. plaint so far this year, soaking ,'. Pafford said. "T h crc AUTOMOTIVIMAirolono North-ioitom end may M P roloeitidwithin I 0 PIll.SALIMSM. FOR pointer, IALI bird-dog I merougH PUPPIM br itmonihi *'

"You should! have seen that corrections In 320 of the are a lot of health laws ..101....". CHI FR .'161._ lid. Phono PR "]]Qt.

'I water." said B. C. Pafford.I complaints.The we'd like to see changed, but 71 Trucki lor MM NEEDED TWO. WRITS DIRECT Ne"Loil.IHO I. "iLACIC MALI '

I" .: director of environmental I most common complaint this la difficult because of 71 Trucki WontodM ZILL.tONVILLI 7"t POR IVMERNA INfORMA, JACK-' 5etels.1rd:0: ; :P M."" 110.

I health for the Alachua County h. said, concerns legislative red tape. ChangesIn Trollor Trochxi, RmtmSlMotanycIn 4 Truck .aontoUM lION' FOR PULL "" ENGLISH SHEPIiEiff'

Health Department. septic tanks. Septic tank difficulties law are so long In coming k IcootoriM TIMI' OPPORTUNITY. PupplM' tor poll witch and UK' *,

I "t t A University of F 10 rid a. have loomed considerably that we're trying to educate "U'_". RoMlitU WORTHWHILE \II. htvo ATTENTION oponlngi tor MEN I mon.I 0".. PS 00032.IOISN5ITTIO: pupnlosjj''

fraternity' kitchen was directly larger In Alachua the people In what we AutomoMlM., M MMM C,rCoT obov. OVOTMO"Will lorn. mil 171 I tirnin, .... KCroglitirld I
'!
under I second story aince Hurricane Dora and Ita feel will be future standards Portion a ipwti. Con III'''-'' lot) If vow wormod pcrminmtmod
Sad ,
\ "*
: bathroom. An overflowing I flood a bringing! rains passed .to"Most 17 Autos Wontod JX.iomr.it. WKKHMOV a ovonlni dyBMfcwtn toPM Phono ,:Il7t" witcndoll.

I !' commode drained directly I through. people are very ormornlfy f t. ill AM. MINIATURI DachsI0uod's.
,
AKC rio, II wkl. oil", blicK' 1
\ 0.through a holt In the ceiling Pafford said samples of cooperative he continued. EDUCATIONALISSdMoua |4-Solot H.I, Wasted SNOWS. Wormid t hlvi huprrm.
SIlo'. Hold Ill X" ..,
Gainesvillearea 3l.
Into the kitchen._ 856 wells In the "I can think of only a very ImlnictlMI J 560050 5tH, f 5.

." '" 1ATSONOSIG show more than one In few cases In which w. 'vi MuiK." DonclngM CBSJoood'wigii from growingmwiupor CHRItTMAI longlo pupp.it. f';.,

Nolle ,. .MrobV" llvon, Itlol lilt Jo** four to be currently polluted had to to extremes to 04S lot ....11- C>colionlCintrii old. BIHM II moi. old' I yr
C..ml..lont.. 01 .' ... go Wmlod-lntructlon PI 11. communllyi Cm UMprmlor ...,1.. Jimii Konnili, 10, yo
DI Coun'y c""nIV h.reby cailt tor .nd ,rIaU ItI bldl because of tanks which won't clear up a situation." _..... Immodlno oponlnol. .Ion. Hllghll, ",. I Bo* 7L
toW IMPLOYMINT _J..m.l. arHuviliiT >
Tho
\ sold for thi bY said owng, bard ddicrIbd'lor SIlO.pe'Y.on bonoli work. Most of the trouble is Such an "extreme," he II ,....... Hola. WmlM Plo. Cill coiioit ""3171. 6ERMAN Phono 472.4t30.IHEPHERO PUPPIM' ,"f

I, ,I I. ....fnee$ :=.f'V. roporty ." .,..1. In the western section of said, can be a court Injunc U Mole, Hiip" Won,... VOCATIONALLY D" I TURHOF sOs ..Id.C no. will .toed.
.. f Ow Our tut may Indlcoto' I poionllilc.rMr. .nd ton' III! XmaS MI<
.. o..y
Iv 'put'ttoud : J:: Odi of t; ::; town which was Mt heavilyby tion.Minimum II Holp-Miu or Pornilo Knit itorm-knll cary mlrlini for 'Mater compony will. MM 444-1)01 sIlo I M or woikinMXMAI .
; dIacitot, 3 ., i ,,, .od flooding after the storm. standards 14 SUM' MHo WmtodII all IM ton In in. iwMiy tniyillottovor lour mon tallowing, tut Mice-
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'.powaIu'v' : V vary 051. lYrIc lion and Mrionol' Intirvim.luiry PUPPIEI RMdy. ll goTXmu.
IM y :
$out h Malt Str.o OW 3di COrel'II "A lot of people are still from county to county and Wool Wont* Pomil. own. Morriod mm ognUa Whit., Silver and AgncMtoy

) OW 5uutO Cdii Cf SW 16100 Av.e.a IIIE these wells boilingthe \ from 17 Worn Wont* Male N. 110515 ieottl.e Olloopol. Uso ,..,.,050.. Muil bo high ...." ... AKC .... PHom 174.
lord lynn artIt0nIV aucritod 00 using by city to city In Florida, .nllllni osrotet. _.?. KHOOl grlduito, Coll Vlnogor 0043.
I I lets child a dllloronl our ..........
he "A d
water said n but Pafford .
laId he feels PR 5.2302.ATTSACTIVS _
.IC.1. It TIrl Welt 4 AcreS. .PPo* ,.".'", f4Ji direction. .lhI 4, 4, _
.
m101ly' of tl. lollowl"l described! a lot of people are getting Gainesville to be a relatively FARMS ft LIVISTOCK READING .. 1.. POIITIOM for win' 12 Mobil H.", .. For Silt
.. Nut In ippoironu
.w." m.
i Coorerelco: .1 rilireldoelat the ,, sick" "clean" city. U firm aqulpmont, ThlrtyWi ores I lit Coins' for totS, good chlroctor, itiody worn n.I. .
\ In."on 01 hI cen'.' ire 01 COCkY lots ,.turn KM IS Clots 10, loch l.y-otl. Opportunity I* sort HO 12' WIDES
01 "'. Another Job providing "WVre in pretty good II ,... ,
Point floid end the North IIn. 4 ortllliorM pittorn for iit-clm "milling and per .'. Clll PorMnnH. Mon..-
0. 1.. Clinch Greet In TOO RJO', dto of work for the department shape here," tie said. "And LhroMock" 4 luopIlMM Woclol hindllng. tand I* lour* ir, I7>7tl1 I to II A.M.THI under
N 'sI' 2 BR
\ County ,..,''d.. end run WhMlor, coiniivllli, Inn NoMlo., $4,000USE
I ". chul degrees II' M" West. COOrS IM North Pafford continued, Is check remember that all dirt la not LondKooln Tip loll Snot D...., p 0. lot til, Old Chll.Itltlon .. LIberty Notlonil' Alto In Iniur.Co. .. OUR

I' Ore line ,1 MM 0. L. ClinCh G,,,"'. 0 41' ing out rabies reports. A 10I dangerous. If It M PHI 0 lupplMII 501 Nov look II, NY. will boYs Chrlilmn.'I' oponlngi Wi Irs onlyIntiroitid IllS'
t.nt. 01 IOIU4 test OS IA "root piplI I were, you'dall Uviitock, Print plllnly, PAniRN NUM.20NI. IrIS stIll RENTAL PURCHASE

theel r.r011 C 04 dOSY005 I 44'04 3J"d.OrSes2W Wn'. tal of 423 dog bites have been be dead" he smiled. W.ntsdFINANCIAL .... CAres ODIH bId U Ii In M limiiy WM Mtlr mon, .Mnnonan cimrIn PLAN
fest" CICOCCI rut l.... Immtdiiti down
1M.00 '
pivmont
llloo
HIM Our itortlng salary
feet to the $othrtY reported so far this year.
002
00" West
TOTAL COlT
.
PR tonappl
CHI o-IUI
wk.
'I. ,(*, reed lire of Stole Coed peel "We haven't had rabies NOTICI NKW *OR 11451 9M Milgnl ,pOP CP CONTRACT WILL ll Lilt
Oct .- .nd the FOllW Of Se0AflI'tte any A Million ho bom tIled wlrh tnioord Ins,. tiihioni to knit, irocMt Ihn 010101? ivillibU
isS* .. "'". S degrees caiei from dogs yet," ol COunty Cornmllllonirl Allcftuo IN ovorl Phil | PRH pttmb or* yr, ?
5" oo" W"it* 41 lottf ri nc' run County, Florin' cilllno ': Ihicnitlon II SuiliMti OpportvnlllM broldory. dollclothot., tend H It-Woik Witto ,.", .1.
I M 4og ... 4V 27" It. 05301 tesli he added. "Of three c a sea ol 5 Ipoclil Improvomml OltIrkt 17 "Solely" ti toon : tIffs tor now NoMiocritl Cililot..VALUfl DAD AND BRAD LARSEN

'..n'. run N 10 dtIOrHI .r 40" 54,0. of rablea we have encountered imdor. Iho provllloni, if Chlplir30UI II "Morlags4Op MAID would Ilki ..y. work or I LAKI OINIVATRAIIER
..." run N 07 d000100 Loot of ,...It. IMI fir Oil pur.POM 010014MERCHANDISI 14 COMPLETE QUILT' *""' SAl 55
J, jyj;" W..,..wBS toot to the Sotithorl! two were from coons and ol povlnf SOd drllnlno Mill portion Moiety PATTERNS ,In diluM' yow Oulll Oil 378-2926 On ",. too, I mill .. .. ofKryitoM
of rely ties sold' lIstS Sold 0. NW. Mm llrwt running North fries. :oek. Po, .bed'vosrs. .....,... send HilghtiKINO
I A, run w"y, the other from a fox. NW. 3fth Avonuo to "'. t.rmlnui' ol $ ....,. """'I Ossot 5,0010g1' $01 1,10 ova
.MM IWlSm' i Avnu.l ippronlmololy" The Environmental Control 'Imborly' limit Subdlvlilon., MC. UfNollllcoIlM II Schgtlg" b InilrucllcntRIAL 'leA5 .KYLIN'
nil
16400-7601
.
.
ProteCt "
RO
.Id
II "new Southerly, sold' section works In 10 Vl dinky glvm' thil Hi.loord HQWCLL 5USINESS OLl.liil 10'.10' I ... doubl. dior Well
Mllll" I curve major II WMHM) to a,yU Lot 21 Arc .' lid. VIII....
ESTATI EXAM
I' curvl Itwlnfl S rMlu.' 01 1".79' "Tri" If County Comrnllllonirt. will hold II FIMALI HUP WANTED>>
CoflOtli, .nqle St 04 4000405 W areas: o public hoenii5' ol IM,: ,.M. on Tu.. Mochlnory 4 Took CLASH 17..1704
i.eroltt of :32703 test, end water supply. dl!. DonrKMr n 1M4, too tM pur.POM M aulldlni MotorlittM .CIIUAIIY I 5SCSPTiOSI NOW PORMIN9. IE9INNIN9III
.' .3202 foslt T Lotion tInes Triuri. EvwtinoIII
:
w. ol
to' II" comidorlng wrlttin otloctioni
direeel of THE .
I 510 P' "06"' West HouMholc. Goods to deston's '"Ice.. WrIt S po M w. unlv.' AVI. PR 1-1507,
henco rue, N St dobbs waste disposal. ill Intiroitid pomni to mo vilMity' oltho 50' 451 A. s-i O.Iv MOIIII HOMES
Stool' the OouthIrtO Igh' of Old lint oforormntlomcl Million, lAd to Pro U AntlguwM Iun giving personal dell, Is HIGH KHUCH.IrM **> N W IJIh: It.antill .
1.! ". ., IIld StIll' Sold ProteCt _.7602. food and milk sanitation. Motion' of flnil plans' tar tin conilruolion Miss for sail. __1I."on.. and .Iory ..pee.quaIl..... 50 hoe.... Wok'", Amevtcao
run I U door001 ol Mill ,ro'',,'.
radiation hazards. 0. *OJ l451h J...._
a
Pollt
&VTS 1 We Southirty. riohlof 0. At Divlt Criolrnton' Trodlnl r11 I: J21I4.
.
I' W4V lint of ..><< Hi' II..* I'1. recreational environment ...... .. County" Commlulonorl, < Pud Oil 4 Weeds MERRY CHRISTMAS 1954107130' I '" 154 IIM 33, pod Inn
/ ort.4ioo.MW '''.1' bet to IM. .,", AiKlwo, .I'iEDWRITINO tOOKKIIPINS lor tot MHimo mo (it*
County" Plorldo 70 Sells MorAss. all, I PM.IMClpt .
374-Mlt
..1. minIS Clll
,
1JOM: sores vector (rodent) control. Civil Mrvlc
of UiBlnnlngl eonlilnlng (Mil) 111 4, II I. assurod wOOl III los com"'l." Trilnlnllocrotorltl wMkondl.
rnoro .r l tool, Hid parCel' m.ltuln Institutional environment. n Comp < Hun PM 51011. YIlt bar", durIng lbs CountlCliiMl "
ppronlmitoly W "0l sot the booth IN INS COURT OP Tel COUNTY 71 OHIM' SgulomMtDMutlcil C.I.1m1l oea_. WIt. Aeon, Now PormlngHOWSLLI -
Iloirf: IW Ulh AvinuH *pprl lm,tll community housing. JuDo. ALACHUA COUNTY FLOHIOA. '.0. Sos 4t, Galosrellls. PIs It. IUIINIM COLLIOI WYATTTrailer -
'N PSOSATI. MvchindlM.HIAIISTATIIORJALI
,
PProi'lmitiivMl
Sash
lot IM on Ye. COII PR f-0421.
i' trot II 1M XwiKI' operoi.lmit.lvouiti community air. IN III THI IITATB OP Oil W. Unlv. AVI. PR 5.3007I

7J tilt lee Yes West. Ills d.ertth.4 THOMAS MARSHALL' SIMPSON, SUN

..,.uoo__ -ot---wi- -Kcuriii--.. .I.- suhtlol--lurvoy-.-- It" Ihi Ohs..ru.. hygiene. docoi..clPOM.PINAL DIICNARat 12 M.I. H.I, W.II... I I 19 Puss lucky Sales

A..'....* vHu IU44.47.PARCEL. NOTICI OP INTENTION I P CO-IXICUTORI a Ataolli Homot fir HamI 00
... |. The diddled AerW, ..*".. NAMEPurio.nl NotIce Ii .horoby" 8lv..i tnit .. hone Soli WANTID full tlmo parts on...,., PIANO TIACHIR MimMrO'vlM. Poamokor Wlobll lIonS
PICTIT.OUI "
RIDIIfRR HUH for MlgMWitortront tor dMlirihl, I Ilirko MuSIC To.......' Ass,. ..
Of m* tallowlnd dncrlbodCmm'onci Ml. '. PlorldoItotutM mod wr flnol nlurni M coonicutoriol H,, s.i. ... end AlritroMiTnvH .
Mellon
.. Imitoly. to Yes Hit will' end roitomont ol Thorn. ory bonui, los, SlId othor bmo, Will leach fttglnmri or loVincoditudwiti Ir.li.n
it S raIlroad,I silks ., IMmtoroKlton nolle to horoby glvon mil moumnriignod Minnill llmpiMi, docoiMdl. Wilt W.I Prooorty till. Jol open Immidlltily.., Clll of my ogo Studio c...'. Ocill'l Pint Mobllo Horn
6651.ross
moist A. Tm. doing 31 Houtm too sale ....,.... 161-11515,372.0630.
h... _Clyao Teo'willega, Oillir tlnci 1t4lIt
MM Uti.
ol tho .."... MM ol RockyPoint _, "IM firm mm. ol ImMt wr .'''''Ion for dltIrmutlon -
... Rood sod "'. North llni If IM, Tow aMIIVi u J"4 NW lltn ItrMI, 0.1....- ind tiP final dlKnlru.nd MCottogoi lor till, EXPERIENCED "tank !) abhor: Sprlngi' Sled, ,
In TH COOS, AI.. I thot wo will, aptly' to IhoHonoriBlo w.gonMlttmtn. 21 Llvntock flr Supilinouttll Phon. D 4.. Clinch Oronl ."", AlKhuo County 'lirldi, Intindlrogliior a Rill aunt a hongodKill Plo.IALI .. .
ciiuo Std run N II do- II Mid llclllloui homo. undirth H H. McCMnild, County Judaool Clll 3723383.
rosS cn'ra.. WHt long thl North provioioni .. tho iiirHiid .,.,u,.. Allchui County "..1..., on thl Hit II host Wonlod hlOHT MrvlM .'Ion AltondMt DA" .Iom'no' hoc..y .....y IIM TRAVILHOMB 1x14
!). L. Cllncll 6r.nl. 5 dlfl' diy of Ommkor. A.0.. lit* tor opprovol 30 Out d Taw Praoorty ? :
tire of slId Dilid ol OolnMVllll., Pio'loo' mil art WANT HO .... Apply to "'''''_'. with llumlnum iwnlngl.
line. M 1MI.J4 Hot t* in Ion' plpo, coy ol DocomMr A D.. lt ol said bloat rotumi for on or- 41 euilnoH Proporll "torn Oil .11..., Alochui ShIll: 4.1,1.0' SlJCtIeaod, 'h;''! Ph. 376-1031
monco run $044.0r.ss44'iV West, .Nllr A. TlI'I dir ol dlitrlbullon" Sod Our llnol dlicniroo II.ld.. .55, 514115 1 66141.., CPutptel5
7010 besOt 'h..... run I 04 d grM (MM) II 4, II, ll) MHA. 10 CM'Oculon *t mo lit will 41 RnidMilol Incomi roMoniblo. J7)uatfiorm FEDERAL QUALITY
tH 00" Wish, III best to Iho louthirly ond hHlinwil ol Tlumlo Mlrihall limp- 41 PantS 4 Acriojo TUCTO" 'ALItNAtf
right, of way Ira ol ..... 110.. *rolMI ,. I" tIll COUNT OP lOtS COUNTYJUDOl ion, dicioiod.AOAT ....m..... 101111. 10 C.LY', bent beet.. Sifljj. HOMES INC.
5 __. sled tho Point ol logTnningVthonci ALACHUA COUNTY 'LOIIIDA.IN OtIs Mm diy ol Novombor. 41 Colt,... ...,Iy isles FLORIDA MOTO In 'QUiI. eo. : ,, POnIeS. 1o5., 055 MM NW. JIll It. OllnnvlmPR ,,,

contlnul S .Oonc':' III .ST.TI 0" JAM" N. WOOD I Itof.'I M 0 "5510' 51. FlClll Hill Wilt Johnton, My
t I. ?, 040 :00" Wot. 63466 tsoti rote 0......... 'I ILIZAIITH R. SIMPSON 4BI-JI71
I, I II _,_ 41' .," I..,. 5IH' TD ALL C.IDITOII AND P5050905 CITIZINI IANK OPOAINIIVILLI BUYERMEN'S ATTENTION CAfTL.IoI.N MOBIL .HOWS SPACE
',1 7" iNtj-peerueNNdbInb'SdY41"a VI NO -CLAIM OR BIMANOIAOAINIT 01 CO-0.OCUton 01N RINTAL14JI Striteti homo-grown graIns' to Iho AYAILAliaProgrMi
list! 114,11 twti lIbel nUts N .7 dl- lAID "'''T', ... ,.., wIll ..d ''''.mtnt It CHorol Properly Rmtill & BOY'S WEAR limit by mining gnlni with CPA Mohlio Homo PinS

40110 Jt" W .. 620 17 lootto IMioutMriv You rod ...11 it you in. noriby" notlllod Throes MarshalS I'm' 44 Citlogoi tor Pint Wo hotel on Immodiiti. ooonlng' torn J0% Tro llmd Cottl |upl*. 6 MUM North,,'on., Ill' .
O. No Mir.Phono
: *......... ChirIM
,
MM of Mid
rlgM. *i SoY Sod rociulrid pmonl Soy ciilmi MMrloncd Mon'l f lov'l mont, Most oconomlcil, Mood of
into Rood Proloct J4400J40J, ",on<. SOd: dmiindi c'-': you or olthir Kyw 137011 11.1II:" 11, 1. 41 Pumllhcd Aptl ADS w.., Says, lilory' Mot I* MM prololn.PMX. 44H448

;, run YVMtwIy Hong mi ....,.:: miy hovo igolntf tM .'.'. nJAMEI THI CIRCUIT COURT OP PkOR. 44 Untumlihod A... per monm, .plus, bmi. Apply, hi Oilmnvlllo, or Alichui NORTHWESTTRAILER
lint ot Mid into | .. 4. Ills St Cello., I* VVHwn
r ot woy :1'r1I'1 R. WOOD '" IDA, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT I IN 47 MOUMI for Ront Pum Dtpirtmml III NW igth II. SALES
Kl _loot, Wllh I Curv Mid Couniy. to OttO County Juogo ol Alocnuo AND POR ALACHUA COUNTY AT 110,0WANYCO P. 414 411.IIM I.
hiving S 10 HOUMI kr Rent I7M Wild sew II
J 5 loulMrly, Mid durvi County Pkvldo. it Ills olllco LAW. > Unlurn.MMollto .
*l IIXTt iMt. a contril Sybil ot 04 IM owrl IWUM ol Mid County ol n:1 CITY OP OAINEIVIILI' so PoblIes fir Sott U'UII"CIO TV 10 _At__Pllm__.__Lone VMimtEl
45". a I longlhj ol 317IIMl7ndT vlllo. Plorldo, .. 'n.t.ca 1504.0 monmi A Munklpol' Corporitlon, tichololiti. mull hIV, boplriseeos PITS SUPFLIUS UI TODAY
.re ? chord rt I SO dwrMl W trim tM html ol ml Nrit publlcollon of Polltlonor, HomM Ito Color' TV, top salary. 54swiak lop S dill thit will Mllity yw
"I W Will, JJ7II fMll, Irnne run N II. mil nolle. SeCts cliim, or ctomin mill MINENT? DOMAIN, II MIM RmtiUHA Sato4. riulme 06 110 dOS'OIl50oolIle X HID coos Ill mo, I will and gins, you mmy bright Chriiimiiuii -
't' Of 04" Will. Hong' IM wuth.oTy bo In ..,llIn.. odd mill slatS. IM pliclt LAW 0-141, Wintod TO Rent tuft.WATCHMAK' 1,50.4' ae4 I p000lf ln.Ivod 14 y.. conllnuoui MoMii

., right of lab lira ol Mid. into mldMco led p" tt *ttiw oddrno olihl 0l. HOITHWIIT LAND II PoirMri W...... hdtsl workIng _.__!.none 370lSO. Wto.soi Horn. "''''.n. In North Ploridi.
II IMI
Coed 'roloc' _U t. It clolmonl' and iholl M lunrn to by IP4V5ITllOINT 'HC II IL. csedlflso.e crest SI MYNAH "
," thonc run S 14 digrMO' 14 32" WMl IM clolmml' or lg. il ir lllornoy, ndmy Dllondtntl M OHko Desk ..... sed bpoS .. 1_...IIIPInIsIICsd Nt" ,. T_ 001010 tOol''''d.II Cnitor tall Mill. All BUTTS MOBILE
IbId wIll ..
long tho loulMrly night of old Mniol wen claIm' or dommd not M HIM NOTICI OP IMININT M iullnoil, RwliloSIRYICI Announcemenrt IPJiwIlryDoplJ.M P10445SASIs ""
Mid "" Ro.d Prolocl, '_.foot, shoot"IMI v.ld. DOMAIN PROCIIOINal ,,_,f07OOl3I.P000LI. HOMES, INC.
lit, II feet to tIes Point ol Itglrwlng DAISY .. WOOD TO ALL WHOM IT WAY CONCERN WAN4I1" I pups "' NW 11th: It. ot ItO .,.
CALL AI'TU .
.1' contllnln* IIU4 Loris, moro or toil Ai MKUtrK d .IM Lost Will led ,end t. ill pirwnl Sod ....,.. hiving : .M. d wsoks old' _. Ill No. ol city llmlit'
lug, pmol en.IIurlOfs00000l00lIolO' 14thAvonuoi TMtinwlt of SNAIl C. WOOD 'or clilmlng my rlgni, 1i..I.......,... I PttoNOPs t-7T11 ..III "' .... ....., ChI."" .. .,.... Open I AM -lo I 'IlL
M lost on tM North olong IW LOST FOUND ..... .
dicMMd "Ills. rmrtgigi, or otMr. mn. to or In !! M. '" ....1 CLOSED IUNDAYIDINIMQDANCINS
| | IM _____. _
7g M on
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ipprmlmololy IMI th.IxKjmi boAt puhilcition Ntvombor 10 IH4I3 It'. ,..... ot 'land heroin."., tfucrlbod d IpKliI wrylcotM p1JoS -
lute >H II M.1'1 ClolvltyC3Tj
> :
aol IM .
md .lmll.ly 741 toot on following omont togotlwwith a Hsset hcprpuamoobi ,..... Will
oppre rotu" 05
tM WMt. TM doMrlpllo of mil pored IM TIll CIRCUIT COURT OP rLOIIIOHTH ill unknown ,.,_. clllmln, "by OWls 4 TV Mrvlc _lIlIcolion. ptoe, Pb eosq.Ml5.lit.
i, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND Itiromh or loIs known ptrtoni wMr. I
Ii wbloct to tM mvHi ol on ic.cunt .
tumv IMraofAMr.lMd Poe ALACHUA COUNTY. NOIM doll or who Iri not know M bo M AppllMC 4 PareilureWANT.AD tiY-pai,lr d hlI40aii._

'.". vohw .n........ CHANCERY. doll or oiiviiNormWMt downtown during PI,_. tight
0 l PARCIL liThe last 4 WOoed oprMrmimy IN Pie LIed Inviifmont, los bo''''. PIMM, COII PR 549440LAOlIjOL >

of till M''*'lng doMTlbodComrnow ADOPTION'MICHAIL 5Y Ollnll .1111, Mumuil*, PlorloiPint Pourth llrMtolMivlll ) HompdM w r iTt -1 :;
T,.." DON w.tcn with itntch bInd lavi..
it I riltnMol iplkd .. tMIntorMetmn NOTICI Oil SUIT tinlty ot Wooiwomvt IrolewnSooodst.
C of m* contw tIll of Rocky .' ..HOPPLORIOA Nlldnil link of Ollnnvlll RATES Drug itorM. 'aw.... PR
.. OIRInvm. 104 Norm Mlln' ItrMt Una.
th.D JOSEPH
Point, load ond IM Norm lint ol TO
4.. Clinch Orate in T II R30E.Aiorhui ._? UNKNOWN Oiinoivlll. hOtlold.Owots.tlltesIS I LOIT tin, *. .no Whit* CacHtrcttt :
County, pio/loo, sod run NII YOU All HIRIIY NOTIPIIO thltI PH. 37I-MI1 bes554. Pb, 5.44100
\ dtgrm: ll' Jl" W.it. olono mo procoMin, for Adoption' ol Jonot ,. Glass, C.ony -l.! ... .ML
C North tIed ot told, O t. Clinch Oront.. Inch* Olrl hal best brought M IM Circuit I. CT Cseoloalioo lystbere
I .,ll..C. of 301- tilt Ie 50 '.... Court gf Alo.hu Counr., P150141.lSllesh tOW PIMT. piwido Tills lullTln* 'orClosSifilil 4 PIRSONALUIO>> ilRVICIIPINCER D HAVE
I Mgrm 44WMt. 31" yw. YOU All HIRIIY Rl4UIRID jKkMnvlllo, PloruiMr I.t '
tM>m nil .Lrv
.IP.I. WW twl ':'". run I M Mol to ".. WIHI, IM CUrt. of Mid g.rmonl. IMIvMutlly ..*. c I :
i., ___ .., _. .....,. .0 lee. .. Court your omwor. or .'!"! -'-""_.. O.Ivllll iso 0.. OnlyDEADLINES llgMd' lor a ice* glomoroui tig.uri. FUN
I 1.. Lav iiIIt '.."...y-- ito.. -SI stole In said, hi lrocirtlnt OM to lonro o WoOl univoriity Avomji trn Clll ywr flow Mnwlt.nl
Cold PrIfect tdeel'0600. Old tOll PIlot. COM of limo upon CI._ Ar ow. 0.A.eye ...- Wllllim' I. w.,_ Jr. Ann"'.....2lmmormon. U4-IJ7I yLIARN .
Rilgnnlngi' 00.0100 nntlnu I M do- con I Minion. fw mo Pomiinor II Will Ur.lv.rHry Avonu
frMO 1* M" WMl. 4MM looti monco Kl ....''h Malts, ....... .iin.. Oolnoivlllo, .Iar''". TO DRIVI
fun S M digroH 4t' IT* EMI HI 17tMtt vllll. ,........ on or oofwo .... Htn diy AIr_ Dull Control. Con SPOTLIGHT
IMnc run N M *nrMi if 4TInl of Ooc...._. IfM HnM Ml not orDocrM L. *. TonlyMIIIMoo.r, ,..... thru ,r!. upon Ipoclol' ottontlon t* THIS. WEEK'S is ON
....II IMI,monco run N *7 ...- Pro Conrnio. Mil N ontorM "" ,RoodO.MMVIIW .1.4 (.",.. Diy bo** puMI.c MTVOUI ..... oldortyAH I
15.0 IV If Wont, 630.07 O..t to toe.Ioiothsrty "! llorldlPARCIi. it ion lAS WAY D.'YINO' ICHOOL FUNUND
; \; rn'ony Mrt' of Mid NO. I LII. r
rKhlinto St ws 510. ol UK i hood end se.. 50 Ci.. n.lsl
0 Cold PralK 1460006031 "''''.. Court, ol Oilnnvlllo Al.ch.0' Couniy, TM WHO Ploy (") (... of IM MorttvWMl Por MI ta go "m lun oiiorII ( 'V'N lOll W.U.I..AV.
0 ru* WMwiv 5i if Ho iwitwlv riitlt "er"'.. mil Ml* diy of! -..... ,.... ,. gjvortor (NW HI ot Ndrttixnt :M I."'. lot 5511,95 IIU'L IIAUn SALON CdinMi for y...., sod ,M. ? M ,,.,.. ?,,,,,Iy ., I"
HIM .* sold Slots * of .taMM .
w y ... wor* ...,,1,, ,t .1., ...
.
A''
Court Cwnty 41.. 'or KM t I '
ClUnk ol the Circuit' "" |* MIS. pIMT .
.im o c urv WMOVIlouKwHy =: list
id WMO-MO. ....... U ysso skIll' ...<
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s
"fin" .
II '
u* morkimo
Ml4 curve Mvlni" I rMlmol A''....... County PtorlcM.VI I ..on. 5.0.lNlnle'ewo. S s tilt
: Nl4J9 boot, o nnlrM SIgh ol M.ortM aWILV WATKMOtfliD.puiy OWNIO IY, NOKTMWIIT LAND "" M 4 llnMl _M__e._untO 0Mn A.011001.. he in-mt '...*. .ojilnd Ih. ....... $.. .....t KH.. ". (ONIk

IT O", 0 lwll Ol 32131 CiorM INVUtMINT. IMC.IUUICT .t Pook sp ... .II. I........", .huHI....,*. *
TOt Pint
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1't Nil.>.rm !!> M" Wilt olontm. TMi CIRCUIT COAl OP PLOO.IO. ,,"... PkjrIM, ncordod .to OWclH .1o..HIII : .* boll ..*,*, sri ?..,..( ,(1..., whIch.
... Ronrd IN Ho ,.. Ilk PuOlURocordl FAMILY RAIlS PILOT O"\01"'L MelIF.1 ... *... won to,,. N.
iMHtwhi rl. of on lino ol wiItito < IIOMTM JUDICIAL CIO.CUIT, IN AND "nt. wIll It" mo.y .."'. I* th* h*<... dIsh

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If MM Stilts *MI .CKHAM ; 4 Inwrtlono ..., lit Ins ,,..,1., .rell....
310.15 tIlt H 0110 Point or nn.1 J"NOTICI list of MCHM in-il. ichvi I NOTICES Opas fry 1 toll usidf5lep
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OMlolnliit II*u A< moro TOt WolMr, J. WIIM* Pod.y cud S....,... .
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., m'rrrl.Hly IM loot M Ml Lit UroMwd.known rouowncolYw Too 1_.... In hwor ot Tim ch.... umoHtM bymoiiioly hov. o Mwry ChrlitmMond Witch too M.., W..,,'. SPOTLIGHT
lull mnnlmoioiy Ml toot on WoI ere horoby Mtiitad .mil potitlonM PlorM In OM Trommluwn Co.. roordH .** ..m linn I rMI I Miooy II... Isa,.

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to mbl.ct to the raniltt ol M 50I _.. of IMrlH Cloyion WIIMH o mlby 0050115I'll 1511 Nvu IJth It. a AMUJIMIHTSPnjmont
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5 cnov ol your Aiwow or ( ,....... of J. 50 1'_ PALM" UH" 1,1.104113"5005slsO
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dl ony. or ill of the Mnvo Miry. N" Ur* so It.. "
,> sad poiitmiMuiol Point 0- .
NJ Mo* IOUM My PARCIL NO. Ill I Poe.e 05 ? O'ra. 950. 5504 sip ... IlIoeu
bids i Mr moro Mo OM I0IOltOSO UWlVERSITY
.. Pellet-'t.bo ttoeslied. too loe$ a esaeosr pycol a. not bo .o.ntsd. on m* morMM 4JU TM Nw*> Twontv (Ml iMt of IM M I MM ordtnory. tn* Pnjmont. from I A .. I* AoIIII. SCHOONU ln.t Dsr.s.o INN

to tlowly Mm .IM M lilloOl lor oocti "*Seer 11U IM HI MtlHmor.M..mM.I sAlOON Plnil. .',.... SlotS IMI v I1f ol Woo JlM WOol I* of IM I I.., S>"- Child Cso. lm wo.PrM..*. nunory I* torvlco! 0'' .. 50 .....ROOM.'..,...., tiond C..IIOM..." Hour"_I ImorgM-to r. I

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OCOWM40 dealt to MO OMTOIM: >.I.... Ring* It CoIl,- NUg 055 UAy Ie .
sOIree ol IM Clork *l lilt Circuit Sooe.C455 121 1/1I""'. A... lot 'OS ..
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M 55000. l r lION oI I loss -fIerY Pros PR l-nn.: No MO ..__ ISO ,
mo WItS day
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M..on4. kv lard .. moll ho mo loir Ol CvcimMr, A 0. IH4. Con- | NOTICI. MH I DMloroMH 01 WOULD LOtS to k>* o icnihl ..... Ga-os N Ions y otis Ire Cre w, im tt. PR 0-M4.
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Cloth in ... ..., tug 5510 M 4 UnM xdinoiy tro 11'. "III.LARRY'S.
o m>of H M4. taM k. shotS bo takln" of IM MOT *Mcr- tan* FEMALE rill DIRECTORY
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1 jinny MM$041066. IfxH*t 00* on tar mKonM!.... poyMllOM Hio'AH I CAUIIC.AILeu.e OP TMI SAID >..*.Mil. JoM CMM A.sod H) Put Murghro*<0 Hirwrion OM olHM 24 Point wo..iL5.! ** e"d' ..W *. w.i L'tM". loss bod lime Cf. il,..MM OINI *

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'Vi CMrrtM HUM Is r IM IW Juklol, Clrcvh of PHrtM 5555 05 I 55.55 -.ry 9555 _0oc. Tm. Cut P* |4U|. -.TU. SACUWA, 00'_ It HO\J S A DAY COCKTAILS
"rnTliooro of Cowity CimntlMlonontoiimi Seoul ClonE will M Mo Mod doy of pMOmbor, MM C"EDI GIRL 11 5. soon, los n-. Nl0't95" 01.1)/0..1)

mo rl to oeooi It nlocionr COURT IIALIARTON IURWILLArhinwyo MUM OIMCI. A". M hw CMm.or 1._ Oir tkionci elf tis. ogy 'ItH '.y GENERAL; GAiNES
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soon mi. to HIM lOll rbjM. MHO 50 .. ....NYlO 'OW" bull
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:Toll RMI I.'... RN |lfllM 'I. nil 14 .|.|....11I. 5064. -- 4 ... .10's 55011on15 ,, "O-.i-;; 0.; : .
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1 AwllM CowH* PHriM 55 u0it55 0 oopo 0' LOUNGE .. CMITIiIA
5515 P.. 01 PLACE
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Homn Pw Solt 11 Mobil Himtt Ft* Sal' 12 Mob.l' H_.. Ftf Sal Ii LOTS ton SAIL IS H...... for $. -

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tot M Mr Ml.
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(Don, r-rtl motan homo. Mon, tmoni' ... .. fr ... lor ilmlltr, homt klIllOCt Drlvi
31 vmt t, 01.5050ros15 Plnohuril Trollor Park Mttri I A lot "ol't I Puenow BUT MllPPINIII IIPlilCH i i ily around tlrrit. 172.
tond. MISS ) yen IIn_.. P M. 4 _.., Go151ul11o "lei ran.s inns a) 40 ny tut *r 97"W >
lIlLRW40005 000 dO 14 W.II,,"., Praparry prut 113,00ft. IW i" ma llool Homt "' 1.irr. .
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out ""' .,. | mint town .....'''- KM tIlL. M com Intoroit.Ma 'I to |16.'" tall AtcKlnnty
'1,7'1.,1"U Gohl.luII' ." U. L ..l "'",. ii LOTS FOR SAIL at MM IW Poe Ur* It. Olt _J 0 rom ...,_ m-," ri"t1I: INC ....rch..* baton J....'lot
'aiturln" Marietta. HlllcrMt Win. WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD "'(."Milton" lid! ConlKt sonar cat. I WANT A HOMI AT A lAVINOIt pnon 1'0-out Low lows NVmsnL JII"NV ..
HO Oil SINGLE took Mr I Park Manor. RAILROADSIDING R.|. .roitr. ipoclalltm' k) ,loci, .,..11I.on* Mo-foot Custom homt bulldor/, mutt roduct Modal Homt Optnln' ovary Inn. monl iikt root {!'ft
505 LAN '_OPIUIIIACIlIAGI 'Invonlery M _... tram 1 P.M, I '.M. 1UI N. MARY
$.II... I it' Mth" 0 II yttrt In mt MtMl .N* Quaillyimi 1)01 Down quality Cholct' 15011.5.15 "Al TOil
I .!*.. ..bon.. Tr.lt outfit ,It 11015111'SERVICE Nuns LOT .I ",I. .. Mdr501 GII 1,101 Naw NICK. trill homt In too NI N W. location out of .., ol "... W H PI.Ctmtor 101' W. Unly., A... 5R 4117)
M P L nil Y 'UIINIIHIO. ..... c..ISIS tt _,.. "dO.01. lie MOM M now or tvar hl.maitor corlkotroor 4111 SR .1w I
for ..It quo, ttton O'vllu NAVE larpo commarcloJ w with IUMMIP. HOMI .., pavt* llrttri. control brook AIM' tnt aero "J\'tu Posy :,' 0510. IY *"** I III. c.'..... .w
coU VM con toll for foot. roiurn.nnt HAS BUILT rillrta lltlna.. will tract bull, Al mouth at Ivwanno RlvtrLaroo hoot built.'in tvon an* ._ -..... Plnancm* *mnoo* 050555 1UY SISSY X lor tfiaa> M. Poorrtoar 550055
""....,tlno.. I mln. from OUR BUSINESS .k>* la 55 lontnT. Ohnt tolloloc.fory I IP. CC' _..... Pay only UN awn. manlhly paymontt 5. .3141. TIMI.110. 0501511 "LllI 55 Khotll ft s1scpp1.e. III II
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'11 O4457.Iknltt 500105.OWNER 100110151 Sm'1I /
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tlroploco.
and down towni till tor ly loroo arranoo. I .kMraomlv FOR urn .,. 171-JU7.
l>nm .Mtirt I'Jt 'M.IU BAIRD MOBILE LARGE 15.01111 nn III N w. It Mil 4 troHl wottr Hill"Ttuniol. point ..11_. Vami.BPAOUATIN4 SALE BY fIlANlPeIIIO I ...
1500055. 0001151 54150051, M ctty IWwrso'a ,.NOfI... W1'5IM |i* th diinwoinor, dltoa I il. FOR $ALE .Y OWNER
dawn UI Mrtn51t 00 0 1101 HOMES wm, povt* ._.. _. PNon '11 Mill LM' ITUOIHT 0 W N OWNER par.HTI ritarl blood yord. MM MHI ((.. lnoiiv, .,......*I. 1 55,1 Hark
Pro bulls Mobilo "on city ...... Ail' llraa k>tt avan 0... PI. 1_. mul soil, 4 I*. m kaihi I S* .rXww tM 1W lit Nl down *tl .... lilt Nl ISSN ,- J. J. '*"., cl""M It :*'.
...,...,. Fr.. Homon" ""'"' .local* .Wt an w..*t Root Krtt I mint UUBHOUII llrontly conilrvc with Imco kack yar*. Can olvo, action of city. Plraaiat*. Hot. ".... 571414. NW Wi PI. "Many Met' ...to....

.INW I 13th It. 0fI0n0, north at .,....,. Down ptymantall N tr_. bu1141S ofiM milnM Immodlott, orcupancy, paymonrlOro .., pit, ....... Ma orCIIl'Id55507 Arranga purchaia "Mlort Jan. Ill 01...'.... _...,..., PIP coml.
tl100S Jet. 101 I MI 514 ..... 51,1011.4. 5.510, II' a BI5cAll. IoIIIt M7.I', IK* Mr oqultv, call ,. ,. .,.. H' 'I' It" taw down payment tiwma pay.mantt 11- .... 0145 5..10.107
M_. Na055. ..... and 55450 105514. Marl 05 000 Orlltotot..,... ar to* tt Ifil Nl lim 5t. ,.... PR ....... Hit rtnl, \iil Nl "'h ,,10.5 Call. 11..177. 41 .p55.

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Sills Sod Chik Palm ,..,. Nawnant > MOILLIR' 504(105 BLACK ACRES
A51Mar Mwllh4 MYrIM room kulii In 1If<_ cant.UNI .
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) &ASt.A.T.L.AAGoOI'I.L.tutOMA POP.DYCI I AtlOCIATIIi INC. Sppo1.t0Mt. Ao* your dacorttorifoudl tn., Ml ma. Ml* I* lath I "" Haul* compMoly" romtoioo. hardwoo" _" llwt do..n .1.71.
P.IACTOP. N Ihll bom* ctMOTlna lu* lI.bI.._ PR H.... I I*. IP. OK, kit an* tloiln, nil ind draooi ia
H W. U.... rtltMirlartllN IS hoses fW S.l* your color tchamt:now Call ...... lOHIOt If. tamar tot Ima me Kiel ,.... Imuranct. .
L.IST.MAI'IAGotR "" Cloy MyrtcH. irtloM.IICINTLY own oaymont, |H (I IJr* IPH. RIOOWAV' CONITRUCTION\
Loki Lark LASSITERREALTY
ACROSS tarao. 1610 NW 1fT" "va. u. I : rHi 1.4574 J7111 4 5. 374504FRED
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Kroo Daukll, ....... Ill) IM HIM UN an* tOke ovorpaymtntt I
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mongoloid 51. Shipworm E AM. Co I T C.II 405MARY ooulty. sn-eon. *f Ml por mt. Incl on 1115 51050 5
6. Stride MOELLER. REALTOR tanoo. kil., loll 501.15550 111054Woc11 101._ 50IIMr510d. ssosssloW
S2.Wlld Lott IS A 1'1 A 1'1 AS. F' A G t HP W. Unly. dos. PP. oHTIV NICI 155,1. IV -. Nsoeh51.1t. An., S Sod M .... 5155 POUR IP.DP.OOMI I bafht It adwtit an* inmtma '::' ARNOLD
Chemical S3.Frogman 3 '11. 11010. 1r.. 515140 50.05. Mir ItntiKlnf Tnt Jtmtk C":
1111 NW ION M.
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Compounds 35.Oucslob. X IM Mt artvHooo 50 .. to M.te.lto and HoSrd lily DIRECT PROM lUltOIP. ytr*. iitfot .,im trot ......
15.Winged ST.Ide01: goU T A I. ROT. kaolin. and Itllll. Ml '. IWOr "ollo' 540545 IN 50515' 5110MS r.tooI ttJui**, nt nN.o0I55555.
.. IN"'.. _, TWO IP.D.ODMI (c. .,"' wb JWKFEATURES POUR IIOP.OOMIMorxo.
TSr I7""IOt IIltt Ten 11.,214
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IS. Common sa.Small S A T I R 1 t. r A M t 541.10 500545. Inc $747.70. 11.11 Dowtoo & 1.05_ 0..w- 111 w Hor...nM nooro. tolloMN, ;;
mo. loci, loioi a (no. 'rJ.1: 372-8404 tut lllihon I ur c.._. Su....
ginnct carpet AM'I I D t 1'1 t. V N t T OCAIA Hock.J-, 555sM.m movt in Mtart Jan I MM IPKIMII mmtM lift
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Egg-ih.peJlOLUTION R I kath homo In Nortnwoitkulllt waihori now control '
Of YISTIIOAY'S PUZZU :
46. POOP OHL 115a.0U7' 5551 I Ovanlia ( with /1001015 5A5R
screw Common.
pin .UV DIRECT PROM lUllCIIR In kif<...... Control hoot.I.I9M playln. room Mr 11I11..... Ipelm" bMnom, I Mm h5ns
19.Weir wealth. J. SolCllla T. Land bold M taut _''n''... Paradi alHomM with, ....IIon' "_.... pava* "..... city Mwora connoctodi I in Mil tert MWM4 lot. 550,14
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prmed S. Wee S. Pot.onoUi N.: W. MHt Avtnva, HuotiIdwar No"': tomrorltlllWe" NI tlth Toss tnan. call In* Kroploco In llvln* room.COMPORT A
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bridle 4.0,1131,11' 5 ra Lst5o OR 0,1,15.Mto. ", ..I. ,,,.. "'.101o
.b.tncc Ena. name t. Light dome AREA p1. 5154 .54551.5. 515 3WNI WANTS I* carry Hia fl-

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ll I' II 5e1510n IMI W untvanlty A_ t_. woorit 0_. Ptmllyroam TRANQUIL 'tattln. WWJOP maulvtKlrftwoo Mt MONTHLY
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JT ,. J7 I'" JI fI : lnN "0<.. C.II 11"14 41115 .. Arranot h ..Mftr* Jan. llCl. I Put WHHt on PARRISHPRESENTS
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2 MILO SOUTH ON 441 .HONI 17..0571
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Wall Mirror U" I M* ,. ana loo oi* lot oiuf
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I WISPS DUct fO'1 W' Pl551150' W,10011 WON t Otlt Cartirkara from i ;ri''
139 W. 1/.1. Aus 55 H371.I tr Otlt wrap lot KIT 'N SAIL ...un SALON
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Cofotarlty : r--'TFj-- 9 I II IIAs 5. I Nq .5,115 Soso 1_ W N 0.i.ft Dimes
ctnn nmnot. _.*... KIMIALL.' lAtOWIN I IOWMYrMUty 710/0 Wit atodly ..MUM at noi
: Mint C* 00.51.00 Now 55 w (59 5055151r "<*.'1 OOOtl IPICIAIII*
M tr;.f11151IIR.fMil51QMa11'eMFlint NO 'INTIPItT i i inpAinT, PooiMrtlA4trt .451.150, 1 05551.5 111010 1M
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Cokes and Pound Cokes : Co. win 5105559.110$550 I 1 t A Al ar tntr P
HoMyktrry Red toy pavmtnf plan in any fanatr '..0.. A5NOL. Mna A ., frt**
noswlrt
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HM GIFTS, 0' ELEGANCE ii iiPer or AUNT.UNCLI ., 15J 'OJIJ 1510. V.540 '..... M 00M5 .Y. 5V1$10 S MOMS
f. COUSINS 555 5511.. 050005a4
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YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER



CLASSIFIED ADS


$ Clean out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra cash Penon to person ad. are for non c.'m.lICi.I..n tailing merchandise priced

1 0 LAYS 4 UNES ) .onng t $100 quicker or lest action.with the telling price stated in the ad. N. additional cottt for ads that require the full 10 days No refund for ads. that



DIAL 378.1411 A Courteous Ad-Visor Will Help You Word Your Ad.

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I STORY COLONIAL Hom. 'riN5. MODEL HOME CLODEOUT 2211 NW 55" 51. J SRThuniil4 McKINNEY fir cliii, Gordon ApoitIrnools INEPINSIVII J .R luual.I.dOtt. THE TIMEIS
4 5*, "' ....,n UlchM. 117.(00 .- Now ISO,. bod,00m tots lUll balls I WIlt P04. IJlII down aol .71 ..., FlEE I IP.. > baIts ".. room Mil. Mchtngi or ""I. t tR. I One ond two bedroom .'turn- or for t..Uy. OlIN I
12000 town Oil' Fit 4H75te bullttflr'i" mod*). Gtnerel lltclrl ..... a. will ",nl leo tIS po, ..... Imctd, PHA Hninri, Ml p..r mOo GREEN bliSS CCI M4 CoHm Ave. Sal 'lintd and onfuraltri4 .11 chIld' ond e dot. In town or sal.Ps'QOI .
Mil drlvl by 4U Nl Till tl built.In tvM. tnd rtngt. 01 .... _'h.... FRiOlilf Low ,n. pymt 1231 Nl II1II PI, Jr. C.II_. at mllnlind High tltclrlC kllchtnl moling >R 17-ui.
toil, hMting Mtptibie M alt, con P< 1442"*, DEATON Phone inmu.PRAM aIr" conditioning' twlmmlpool ... NOW.
,, f EXCITEMENT !II I . 51 leerderg. W..,..
IV OWNER, buutlful home for dlllonlng Fully llndtciprd' lot 05bPS OATS HOUIB, t roomo wporclTen one block from P .K.y.
Silo In NW _tlon. I block (ramMvrt ISV d..... HOO down VAj 1104p Will ,gull you Olson YOU find Till 1ov.1, ClaWs' a..rkll III RIALTOHI S ecroi ftncod 1 Itnd. R....... ..... School., Prom lUll por ,
Torwllllger 1<_. Mull .M ..r ",,,,'h. Or, tuo down P'HA you CM o.t 1 bri p itudy, I I h...... I IP.. living room. IBII N." Old Town, ,,.. Calf month P-turve yours nowl ROOM AND OOARO -01.010rooms. .
fools to be ippreciittd Call PR sits 'par month Inciudn t.... sod bulbs, flnplnci' C.H. 4 A C. dining' room and 'I... rtomowtlli ACCENT ON VALUE CroMCIIy, 406.3027. ner I W. lith Avenue and mIld' ....Ico, hoinli -'" Do You Hove
MM doling. MugH Idwirdl Inc. Ol Itovt, d,.....,. nctlltnt olorMiri your InipKtlon. Tht own. II hn Ihl kKttlon right by Lit. T.,'.'.. 17t-44M C"'I Int.
lie. it Nl Illh tl. md Mlh Ave, nil I ftmliy living In avtr 2200 or hti movid and ivouitl hn.midlili tltwoad School. 1 I.R. 1 "baths I ttdroomi lord one him: kmulltj 237 sw 2nd piK.
J747WI.MUGI s. ft, with .bMulIhil" : ,lindtcpplrn, nit Prlco II1.HO UN FII. room Kitchtn combini. lot, IW 0 XW. nlci noighborNxSIn ; ItWlY DICOP.ATID APTS. A Room.Apartment.
: .II tar only 1)4000FOROYCI 4 OC$0O1 d IUM pot mo. A HOT control hat only tit. High Sorlngo, flrunclng tvill. loot itudtnto ond eoupln wl 51 OHIct-Deik Space
r > I .. .. |7 w, 170 ptr month i out chlldrin .. '.. CHI Ntwberry
I AMOelATIi INC. truly womMrrul buy SOS CM bt FHA tlnmctd -
family room, I IK I biln or
Q RALPH POISIV, Ki.llor, II| W. 171 Mti or_m-2371. _
botpr
REALTOR FORDYCE ASSOCIATES Vow should Invntlgitt *
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,,(/, mood bock yird. corntr Mi CM.IIMI viol Avo ll1-m.. "OR lINT 4.0 10. PT. 0$ sIlIca
Coll PR I-MIF. PUP.NI9HCD APT. POP. P. INT
pablO, aIr cond. pool num.borihlp '" W. Univ. I74I2MNORTHWKIT INC. you buy- NW
SIlOS 3020 dIN II. Call J7.
?
I, mile Air conditioned House Rent
nr to
My.
drtotry rod built- Hi
( n. cablM. moo 002305* 002Sf rtAINIIVILLI GRACE FORDYCE, BROKER DUPLEX I 40 lulinno ',.... In control: htollng: utllltlM Icr.olu100d fbi or 513.0104.000ICI
'Development D. pot mt $511 do. FR 4.410 7. 2204Ni GAIN P24 w. Ufllv Avo.P Stop Look A "good buy with P5005 FR 1-141I sr P5 I' A C. AVAILASLIDowoln. _
REMEMBERA
121 MW iMinttr 1111I 50. LOVELY oak trtn, lirgo pills, 0-I1M good Incomo 1171000 ..' Mo. PRIMEINVESTMENT 6-4171. e..,.., beat S AC.. -
tiulltnt mlghOtrltood This Fully fumlthtd Good condition EFFICIENCY $4. pot' ms CoIl h..lI" RosIly.
APTS.
1 bMroom I boIls ho.0.. HELP STAMP OUT *nd locttlon Mull .M I7S-15H or rn.no.PRISHLV .
j Beautiful 3 BR. I 6) 4 ....,_ Models I I. hit 'lorgo Fit. room aol ll .,,. IM MO.
Will conildirrmoniblt A
now SALES COMMISSIONS told by Jtn I vacancy
Hilly ilr-OfnllllonMl. Only r* Low fold M o won Mlcompy tuchonot, tU MMAlrcondltlonid ",,-. .,... office I....
i 2 bath home. 3815 SHADOWLAWN aulrimtnti in MM down .* 2000 M. II. living 750 gurtgi, I ofltri -htlort It would pay. locitM. llth ttntt l" ii D.Niwi 50 s I for ....1. Upitolro with t itilrwiyi .
ESTATES BR Mpirttt din. ....., Can hut you to invtitigitt y u end YOU MORE
Drop by olevttor, COSTS
I Ml mo or call 401 lot Noir MtdlcolCtntor tile bithi. terre one hooting
N.W. 8th ....Mor. F. D OLIVER N W. :34th Prlvi. 370-4K4. I ilr, condo plus title tin Hird- buy Cill FR I-J417. Unl....,,, lo boors, modorn "$,.lIu... Only lad ilr conditioning furn. OHItnot
for leu than OPPIRINOhdlvlduil wood Moon, ftmliy rm, wIll old Call ""n. Hlrsoo I mlnulei' Moos Unlvtrilty, on 441South. parking .1... IvilliblePnone .
money brIck llripltct Ig kit, will 3.5 ACRES than the ad that
over before. Ityln For You NIW NORTHWMT dliliwiiriir, dlipoiil rolls, own Itnd.ICIPM. Jut ttit lo>tl arIa hi NW locm.lion 373.5713 N chlldrin or l.t.. INmo. Norwood Ho... PR 4-5301.
; Glarlyt SmIth Rioltornn / Clll 171-7411 VMMt
tlrnl I btiulllul .homo diyl SECURITY tUllDINO
a Will plmntd 1 living, prttl Mock long no for l -
anility mittrlil I workd .. tnutlful brick front IP 11 r I 4i trtlflc. Flftchtr lull on 10011 ',only of tnot ind prh/tcy. Unlvtrilly Ave. evmlngi.STUDINTSI. lit W. Unlvenlty ..... Plret. CAns will rent it I
'I Newly decorated lake ", ..thl. rmcn. EXTRA- LAP.GI LOT. 140 ,lot 1724 IW ind PI. Nur town Juil oulildt the 5*. end ."ic_ OHk I....... Air cond. titvo.tor .
A would bt Thru .bntronmi plus hugo I.... Appro"dd $25,400 will City Llmlti ind on. oivid GOOD BUY clot ovtllibll tor loot trlmtf ortttriet ..rkl.... JanitorMrvlco
t cottage en Santa Fe- proud community to livo In you with lly room Built' .In: Of;I'hk ,. Mil for $23.500 If told b road ',Ic. li roillillc Invnllgitt IJO": 0 30' lontd) .." w.... 0 ,.,. Phont 17M4II ..... I P.M. ...II.bl.. Clll PR 44M Here's whet your
loll of furnlturo tormt.co .
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$ISOdDewn-AirCon. Plus WM on Nw. nth thll lint _rtv bttori 45,114 -"", ,,, .or t nnauwt only for more Into.tlon. II' PR H4I"
ciblnitt riiklnt bir Twt fore Dec. 3 hf. $3500 .
ditioned. A... poit the Olon Spring "hvliriKtion full bumi will" cilortd llnturn. you buy Coll FR 1 Mir. > >iiiiw rnuw "good "lnvt trntnt > ROOMS, (1110. rm, 50. kIm.. Pithnlititd ) NICI elr, condltlonid" office sIlos COSTS
lit llgn in lift.F Ctntrtl hitting, sIr, conditioning. down reason I need tho for bu.I.... prooarty" SI7 "' opt gil ntit. ..._ for nnt SM it IllS N. Mail' vacancy
money now! Owner FR 6. ASSOCIATESJ. Univ. Ant It Intwnttd. Call ... Sl.CSII Unlvinfty, Rielty, VI35' .
It tOMt.New optIonal. Compliti I Itndiup I n g oslo rtnt odultl only M pi
I Two tutttrworlliol. Norwood Mopt, I7HMI. YOU EVERY DAY
largo commercial IncluOM tod. Convtnltnt to Unl"vtrilty 6611. Prod Guy Jiym Ilk Nl 7th St. '
; J. w. basil, H. j. wiltihinMultlplp

1 loti. N.W. 13th St. ind. HOO icHooll.town Immtdlitooccupincy VA, lowdown BETTER HURRY Lilting POTENTIALluilrmt YOUNG hit opt'ROFISSIONAL btdroom. to ubiitptnilvoly woos.000'00 54 "iKtintii" Rintell until it i is rented:
and 33rd Brick Hornet
Are. piyrmnt FHA. Hulls Idwtrdi Riilly nice end will Mil POR sALE I IR, I bilh complottly 4 loom_ to similar, .. MUniv. "
10<., 17t7tl.IR 1.I 1. quickly. 4 lidroomi 1 Itthl
ftnctd. will ImdKiprdU5I of Pll open Jin. Sinimt 'OR 01051 4 W"'UHOUSI
InJtiphin I 50. I b ttiutitul 1 built, (o Corner 101
fotlirHtlghti kltchon with cibiniti guioreIrtikfllt down lol :IS pir m. plum I N W. ltd llrttt mod plows to .boxOtmtivlllt 451' ....... Coil John Merrill RIIII. IF RENT YOUR LOSSIS
I I bath CCi houio on loo- bar Pretty tllrdwood ti> 1 Ink Clll FR t-tlll wFR Ul.OOO 0* Sun ::112-1..

,I JACK DEYCTSa51so..4 > Jdf tot KM tqulty ind ... flnori, Cirport 4 utility too I 47H4.IY manClodyi: I I tR turn duplM' opt. got for P00 'Slw- 10,005 ". sOon.buIldIng : PElt DAIS:
sum. piymvntp of ttt .pir mo.Mly too hilltop b lot. Will' MM Uslv. 1": .Prlsl000
114 ktdroomi built In kltch.tn for 110,114, OWNER 4 RR I bltll. dOll Smith, Realtor cooking ond tinting, pIous fronind
: IrokorAneclctei tqulpmtnl." cm blot VA no bt. utn 3117074 It 1231 NW 44inAVI. Ony Mil down end 171 per NW II Ala., "' ..'IIIO.nd.' A" ". tPI W Unlv.rlllv A... bock "',onc.. Cold wotfumlihid ., par mo. Coil Horthll' Hoyono.
Pnono tttir I PM.
down ptymmt. FHA IronS I7M month. toil on ihort notlci. Torrtuofloori no .",.11 children or .. 'R 4.3141 or 5. ,. MII.II. Sot per ..... ,. mi per diy
'I *., Hill Chrii SlontImmett dow_ 61011115 ca.'" I IR ,1 batS C,, luilltnt condition flORIDA PARK Clll FR ATOll for pop. 42 Forms ft .c..... pit. Phone PR 14400.AVAILABLt 'R 6.7551.bAND .
I lull In nnai | ovtn soy NOW 'MOM IUllDU -R. I I lit 'unl.h' .orlm..1 I NSW sIll clel'slora with HO per mo. ? "... per fey
,ror .
Hollowey C.pll.l luildtri. In*. NO CASH down. Pay Ilko rout the fomlly who nndi room, coolly nmpiitod. homo In SvV.M. 200 acows wIth 1I..bl. homo blocks Iom C.mpu. 14..11. 6 ,II plenty of parking tup'' NW ICON

Pbs,. 172-2511 NW mb PIKI | .tn ,... i Ml 3105.par mo. lot .1 14 Avo. Jit- 4 borhood tR, | bithi.Lirgt tuctllmt ItndKiotd.ntlglv lot ho'. Oirdtni., 1 ful 4 till BR baths built,' ", ..InClowtl .yblch GOOO p051711 ,fInd 0000 5.lowsvIlli 12.15.44. J7".1 .lIor I I'.M.. or .025...$.. SIM per ..... Phono PR Spirthouie 151 per "' 00 ., fl M ptr *ey
IPSO Souls DAILYCIII Ilk Is. Carol.S .
123 N.W. I ItK St. 147 5 210. I. Cl 3724411
do
120,000
i I ITi-IMI pr Vt-IJM. V ::. r.lc. kltchin ciblniti. I 150 term _Aiicnui Co. ft,. SMALL for rust 160 ptr mOo .. tt M par day

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UILDER-S MODEL lu.. ovtn, cooktr top, htrdwoodfloori Ctlntnlllt' IR ..,. roar bu.lnon c"" '. .
j llrly I AmirlCM ....Ig.. I but- TuRNiSHEDUNIVERSITY Irg. tot In Knlrlctod" Ant. ".bdlvl I"" .-Hlgnwty lulttolt(for rontioi.Poltntltl PHONE PR 2-1121 or fI' 2-3". DAN BYRD MI ptr ..... ,. nil ptr diy
roomi. two full bithi 61 built- pvilntll, OK. Hit, I btdroom 176-8268.
W. h... Tw. ., 5510 NW
n'e.ly fun.h.d t Sod comtructlon
in lioo soon down md VA ringt, tin Ctntrol hut tit homes In N' 10 ....w you. NOW 34 It. 3 SR I Mth ".. ....., MARY MOELLER. REALTOR modern, .1, candltlentd loirmtnli .. 170 per mo. .. ..31 ,., diy
ptr month Univ. 4 Mud C"'''.
ntir
Everything is IMM down FHA in par month. Only enroll dow n .y".1 and built-in kltchM 3cor0.P0000. Mil W. Univ. A... PR 4n 54 Builneii OpparlumnnWONDIRPUL ; ;
III ..' masH will buy. ind pick colors Adulti only no piti LIPMmOOERN 0. 171 ptr mo. .30 ptr dty
Sly now you
Moo lot nt-lm. Hugh Edwards, .. lot. JJO ACRI firm on M..ty 75. light' ul,..,. SIt pot mOo CoIl 573.3400
aIded 'v..o-I'g.
Many .... .. .
lie Ml litit st md Milt Aol ", II.. N. of Ufct City. Good toll, or 314.1300. opportunity 110 par moo ft.M per diy
NEW andTROUBILE.FREE LARGE commirclil loll for lilt I ten IMi, 71 pcrM In corn 1 t* Ii, condlllontd ..... 1 icrti of lord with on eitenllth.ed .
or HIM on M.ln it Nl tr SWAm M Krn in tlmbir. linnet, In oil UK kltchM I MOCK from builnoH' oervlce, union, im. HJ. ptr "' .. .. a n Mr diy
Mitun .,.... Frlct' 111 CItrus grove. room tor trellor
McCOY'S Will trict building to lull po cumpui. Coupln only. Phone 974S "
REALTY ,...nl. Shown by ippolntmont ours. Ttnint hauH, II ptcmtrttl 7.n. court lecition. All for quick Soil m ptr ,",. .IWp.rday
onyllmo-lowl.rms. I rnagnollll. Molt plctur. Would con..'", right kind of
MACOMAHOMES in N. Min SI. PH f nan nut wlting In mil int. High Unturnlihto1, ApH. troll. '' .... of'wner. tts pir its nil or diy
W. 'M. Mu...., boils' c.n TOM W. OOAOY 'R 35312 hood bread vltw tvtrlooKIno Itkt.HSOW MAItKH"'M'S McletolIl,
14'10' I. I. Mcltuohlln Prinkoby e. c.ocl D..ld L. l'IunI.r, I' down, wrltt Dm Rttvtt, Pit, Sill ..... 11.:1:1: : diy
in Roy Ow,,. Iwo JU, wnilt Sprltwi, I IR Ouplin' Kit. 'urn. NMUniv. pir par
I a brand home. INC. McGinn T. C. Douglu, 1171: S M.ln 1150,00 7. HI! 22 SI. VERY
new Jr. Fit, or call Tom Oivlo I 7J2'OS77, m lot it Ilil '.W. TtAvt. SUCCESSFUL SINCLAIRONE
L.m city. or phone PR O-70IJ, *0.11- OI..lon 10. leans Sante fin.,
1C C.".... for Sole CI.1 blIp, evoilobIs. Call Fl 4. CALL 378.1411
; THI 'JEFFERSON"Chirmlngly i---ElUOY) THESE i'0 ACRES of firm ml. For In. _'bl.l7th._ 5751.
Move Now Before tormttlon Mil 4711113 itttr 7.00
FEATURES INUSUALl I rm. Coiy, .btiutltully icrmwd porch turn.cottm ., ,.M. could bo btugnl In I .. 47 H."... for Rent fern.FUPNISHfO TO PLACE YOUR

colnnlil, oulildo, cooporl. on "c.d 3mCrS turn- K.. ',ocll. OF GAINESVILLE'STOP

i the HolidaysALL IMo' homo for ll iricioui Illltd" with conltmportry convmitncti -. S I I C.n'ot A"-C..H..I""..... 'y spon, 1651141 414.1411 M"'O' 11 Esoolleol ooros ..., Unl. 0. M.d.. Idsool I. par ..... S tR.haute I tor bm ron I,* 10 SOS(. FIVE SUN RENTAL

living' Nutlet mo will I lulll.ln. 511,11.14S 17 Soil l Estate lichingtdl Only 15.000 1..lIm..1 low,. ipportuouy. lion of town. Phont PR ...".. WANT ADS
.lnIoO Work .... with P00,04 Yorda
Inundry, kltcn.n, end '1'...... P050yc. 0. A5S0CIATIL IHCoUALTO" 101 NI lOthAveluS150., CCIburn. lervlce Itetloni Avillibie loon
pastry boos 550 month. PR 1.
CITY SERVICES ... hondy to hi itrvlcl In I so.SbotNCCs, IfMay WILL TOADS .
.00. on- 124 W. Solo.
371.0230 2031. PR 4351.
QUALITY PLUS HOMI on I M or
Iron,.. Thin 1le0l.. ON' 1<....... AVERAGING
Irt thru bod- 4 Houiihole1 CoeoeAntldum .
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6. boO In lCd,u.,.. nilghborh. SANTA PI Llkt. Like front, I, Iso
MINI' s.ao at
'roomi.'11111.. plus outitindlng twt lull clout loll Ni laIN Poles M.ny ..,.... Ownir Inttrtlttd Intxchinglng WOODED hau.... elI,. kit Kmntdporch .... .
tlltdllthl O.
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FERN WOOD r."lg.Llk.
MANOR tor tcrtigii with o 4',", 900 Gallons
i tent for MmptuwiCountry ",_,.. clttn Cwplt protorrid -
ind I ....,.t. drmlngno pa Ippoloolmici. cotl llviblo nomt.. Coniult uo for .. living Pnont OR t-S37. Now
In tho boIls lulto. II 07b4515wsYrrs 1.11., Alochup Realty' Abooolat.s, Unl"" irchltKl dnlanCtnttmportry ... par lay with no crtdlt on boon 150
kit I tormol, living room with ___ __ 372-20. ArlI" T. broIlS 0..ltor.G.Io.svili. ....... I tR HOUSI A buutiful vicinity in mt ofOolnnviiit Call Jl"' ".
12,250 up 0 50,..... dining room plus S Clll Mri. CirMlM MorN Located on Archtr Rd Portal 'i must mlMntitlmi WI SAyS MOVED

lomlly room with llnplico, .', now.it .n4 snail. 172-1313 for ttme who priltr prlvicy WrItS Ion Aol A. CtnuiMill Cm'. 500 Our u.... Iunlluro and
j ond Mtutllul chirry ,...lIn.. Gladys Smith R.olto' 37.7' Sun i Wl will call YOUI I Il In our now locitlon. ...

$400 DOWN FHA I TKo "L" ihipt of tht houil luiurl.ui psbmoot building ____5221 W. \Jnl.,1y, A... iil0 .homo. turnltlwd.. Kit kllch.on uohol....... sell ...... .. I Sd
i with I Ho itlichw two cor I'0000 i t tarn, on Mails 11041 oond 4 cupIlInsIN
NOTHING DOWN VA Sod nor pills will' Ii LAKESHORE PECAN GROVE Liko boll ,,:"Cn'r. I' < W.ntoo- N luy lift Modtrtciblntt "Wslout 0111110
imki g dilighttul plKl' tollvt. Ho? or PR 2 W'. Modtrn MMogwiy dank,
$100 doting/ Cost 40 young trttl4V Chrlitmei dKorotlafll, .." other

4401 NW lOIN PI., TOWERS Comfortiblt* ttrtllt.KrM houM 41 Houses far Kent Untum. All UI.COINS old WAN tortlgn TED ollvtrdollorl nlluro heuMhoid III., ,Itirnt. Nobly' Nil PurREPOSSESSED -


J FROM $7C16/D PER MONTH TIre Chcrmlna NOW LEASING Call 11 ml:M,from.. II.Odh.m3715rt3 Gilnmvllll' u. .) II bilhi mIte, Irlmi from it Cllnttvllli. LlkWlnnot .- proof do"Hlo....ond I05SIlilf .5CIt.,2. W Otis Ave. Pttootl PR I.

RANCHO GRANDE Gladys Swill, P.Hltor 1.1$. ,,1.11_ Ml ptr mo. NESSL STAMP 1 COIN 51IOPSW IfOROOM-lrlple
WALK TO SCHOOLS I _1MI: _W\ Unlvtrilty Avt. Par Inlormotlon phone 171440 W uniwtity' Avt .driiur, mirror, lerge' Ch.".
1 btdroomi I bithi, otudy --
iio. Nor .._, lirgo lord, MOARSt bookciM bad, Innoriprlng' miltrtit -
lomlIp room. 111100 din.l 2
J room 43 Cel.... < Mtchmtry 0 Tool box iprlngi Monthly piv
l Ing rtom pit pirauit floor FreptrtyHOMIS pnr .... lOIS NW 31th *05.P110111 *
'
mInts 511.15. MtOwl.il Purnl'Icr.
f'4 BR, Brick Front Colonial Now flallhin,.] dro... 'IncludH, W.OOO; 10% ..... m.f451 or 311.5330. GRAVELY loutr w.r17oity moo.. Co. ttilnowlllt, Snooping I
Down ."' ,....... s.porans" dlnlOO room. I rotiry plow oxcilltnt cond
I Price, $15,825 $625 Down 4310 NW 17th Pt.PLANNIN9 I .f" Itt.roit.dln .-lLuytne solo' doublI 00000., stOol lId ..t,.. I1M. Criftimm 10" Rldltl' lOW .AHOAINJI Konmore wtintri miplt -
;2:;;. hits rlphp p1 us. Call orals.. N., I TO IUIL I Ith II. FR I.OU: mont, o.cil. cond| 1131: .... troiHti Englltn blktl dllkj Crib.iMtoffir .
'OR SALE3&IbodoomsSlldtlsSl 711 leono' 4 10 P M m 4-M4.
DIRECTIONS Drive Wilt on 16th A,.. Turn Lit ...II.mal. 1 I IR IWUM.,. nlct mlgltborhood
ui give you an 7tII.Avt, Small tmm PivM ." .1. It* mo. T-A-C APPIUNCIS
tMvmtnt 14 HoiiionoU Coodl
Left on 38th St. or 39th Ttrract on contracting your monthly payments 111 u Ml 5.. Sit or Sun ortomoon only' ..'Id and 0/uorintte
Mw* cuitom horn. AIM "homn bum OT your MF ISiS St Urd Lone. 'HILe "U'ItIGUATDIt- a Rtfrloorotorg, from Ut III

Call Gerald orV. Q. McCoy with no 40005 .ym..t. "'". i"isoooou. CCI fousa 1101 WIJrd With Kre..Io _,?. UO R...It tram lie upI
Butler ...... WnKorl (ram lit" upDryoro
BrothersBUILDERS I Wo. .1Iono P5 .12U II' Apt. 1030. Pl.vtt III/
Day. 6-7290 par mon'h.I 371-Htt I from He upI
Nile. FR 6-5015 ibis IN Food Frttitrt tram IX up
or Now CC( I .bMroom m bttlvhomo Ill bothi cint.. mil, kulll.lo. 21 CU FT Chtit typo frtntrT t DlWtwnhoro trim f up
6-6S02 Low down ,.,-. loclt- kitchen eerport end itormone Plwno" FR 4-8IS tfttr I:M PM. 15101.1. h'wniSSup
DAILY I7J- 54J NIGHT 17'041 Olflct locittd it Id N.I. ISIS To'.. tor rtnt IIW pir me.Phone Pivo., yttri lid, In oxcollont consltlon JIM VOTLE5 A"LIANCI CC.
McCoy lulIdsotiw PR mil.ROYCI 0" NW Ill Av. 'h. 3135300
N. Main Itrtit and 13td .,.... .UXURY FEATURES INCLUDE} 317210alSO'
Mayo dolloh"ul 1100205 fa, rIot .1
-- a Swimming root a Ricrtotlon Room 31.5011 ".....
; tt( ( ( ( <
a Air Cono" a Liundry r llitlolGoibogo NOW RENTING W. Untv. .,...1231I FOR RENTSPACE

0 Stortgo LckorgPo a Drop ChutlLlghttd COLOniD ultrp maom t I* tfuPIIK IR, I Mm kitcnn' turn ..
a i Poiking a SidowolklPHONE .p rtmtntl, logo living, lId Only ..... Phono Vt-tTM Ifttr
MOVE IN BEFORE JAN. AntlI lhan.lovo dm100 ..... 040,0 kl'chon With I PMIR AVAILABLE IN THE
j lao, ..rgo 5150,50 0501011. Ia,.
I I kith, CC Homo .annllO
thwt lilt baths. wtct MMor -
w ., ..., Llttltwood "tool nil
room
1511 _.
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,376.4456 mOd hot wittr tr ttclllMt
A ..., mo. Photos PR f3M or HOtt CAROLYN PLAZA
Ba for wnnina mtcnlnM mdPtvM
Eligible for Homestead Extmption I | FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Mratn. Itt It N I Mlhitr KM NW :Mill Ttr'HRIt .

sadta.paInAn.ol 171. ....._ I both wmirnlth.od. I
I 124 Hour Service 'aWl or :J77MH III! ptr .......h. Immtdlioccupincy. .. ( Directly Across From Com put)

8 We'll Pay Your Moving Bill 8 1 SALES 2IO,OFFICE S.W. 11th OPEN ST.U.s.9 .TIL HWY.S 441 DAILY 44 CiHiat foo Hint Co. 37313521.I ARNOLD. PI ALT Y 1620 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.


l ? (Within 100 Mile Radius of MALl P0014. COTTAGE ,
I Gainesville) p IR 1 lath 51S0510 country I
...
,
Butler ultlblt far wtrlllng MoortHIVM 11 uwIl, Is wall corPolIvg Nl.
pros. BUILDERSCOMPARE ,
lrlb :ttM ItolO doS Oil 01 Os'sDutioS

J! p 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes, All City CoimnUnces. f> Vt.IU4 low' OalcouIlM old. cimlInlObIl'$0"boOr 100 CONTACT


1 W G.E. Built-ini. Terms To Suit Your Budget. 4S ,,,,.Ioh.. ApH.pir MARY MOELLER REALTOR E. M. REIZENP.

lOtI W. UnIY. A.... n 6401f""iiI"
I U.R.. KII.. uair lri. 112 "
..... 1UI: I. Unly. ..... : Mth. kltchtn tumliMdLtASI ,
I '1,00,1 call ro .'ObSI. .. 1010. A... P50,0 376-51VI oIl' 0. Box 14002 FR .6-1930
HUGH EDWARDS INC. 376-7971 j"iiSfurnIsllod or. PM
...... tint floor
good r"ildtntl" wctlan, _._ rwiny now S IR, I bunt,
THESE HOME VALUES lull to ...,.. tnd but In.,. WIHkMl plenty ol ..... ._.. Con. ......
Il' $ Wltlllng dltttncp of Iqutrt.Ctupltt built.In evtn 4 ...,..... SfPli,...
N.E. 15th STREET end 28th AVC. BEFORE YOU BUY only no ..,.. I ... ..... dining room. Very nke locititnM .
171 p.r .... I tn, Ml ,., mt. NW Ioc'..... Only e Mw mln' COLORED
Ph PR. 4-5141. drive, to Mtd Ctntir boll orihooplng.
WHklng 01.'_' 51Iloon
\ SAVE! 4 Jr. High ichoon. 111710me.
Ptwo ell.J17?. I CM noo4
, MODELSNow you en promlie., Ta.... Ttiuri 44f
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: BUY YOUR NEW HOME I RENTALS
lewm Fit Rent
Attention Veterans BEFORE DECEMBER 31 Open !
EWO-iv0o. aol mu soalFAo.m lor
I AND SAVE YOUR wsrbWI ...... Aons to Wonrs BRAND NEW DUPLEXES
mod pnOrlporlls.. 'R $1101, IIPC
; HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION I Northwest I 1o"1S.

i YOU CAN MOVE IN BEFORE JAN. 1ST! -,--.---.-.--.-.--. IMOWH IT AOVAIKtAPPOINTMINT I NICI bwuntto toM tame OOTMII.to fixture Inner ttu lornlmittroii. .nt.or .

I Ofcupincv.T2 Dofsuuwlol. low ready oot t. unr*. AVO.lorgo ONLTnr Estates il PS. trtt k-deal.lorigi eveluwtPURNISMIO I .

. We hove several completed homes which will be eligible for home.I SW. IStk Woy Urge, cemfortooie'_IIv. 4 ntrnt IR.lorl 4bimt I nom for not In prt.vtto .

steed exemption, if they eon bt occupied before the lit. 4(Country 50 r-r Club torn.litottll Pb$ Pit.Mry _. vp parla. Uvlnf. lisbon room ftmtlykitchM I Cutrom guilt tenet re. >m homt Mlwe w.", etttr..t. |prlvllei.pt PM or.

,nb. SO dlsontl. "p.Is lit. IfrictM PRM4J OHOro | PM.COIl105 .

t* borni eown com.pitiwy .
These homes in NMturM. Vtry OKIMllvoncllon. lto.bl.llr .....'.. .Un 00005 to roll IllS
i range price from $12,800 to $17,800 In MOON dn md lit eir nndtiltfiM 10/1 lady Irving Mnt. 5000 perking,
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MUM looieooortwillv '_ 1 exirMie !.. -

most different siics. Monthly payments from $74.74 to elHer tinmciM errmeo- 0100 nlng All Cry de0005basIllpie ______Pu..w"Mwe7i_ >,_
Wv,,, S 55.50 bn.Shmool tsr ClI'N. WARM, AND QUIlT ;;;
$109. 0 NWlIbPS Noll11010Sprooaby-LSt50. ..ooosanasisSoOnsp OlIN Mvohxy M N* spoOIe. On.
_'"'_, I" '11'_ mow C_. 05 110th. 17.
I SR P bolOs. so.. 411, Ill -- -.... ..c..j..
! Silolso N s.oumoly
.
fYou will hove the benefit, of oil city services lorge lots. arid the ex- ; ; ,. 36th II. 500101 50 IbI ball S I MIM. ".t." I 3 Stanmoos
,
R.0.Ws WOSdoIll? NorwoodHope 500.150 N'lS'lOO ftoo 0snd OtIS Sq04 1.4 1s.

penence of Gainesville's, oldest and most successful builder. Come out :: MW Ammo folds, tM II ..... Id* I MAILER SPA"Pd 0 0 LIons foea1.ny'IMOo Coo.O'wttai' dlnkq seal 0 I VnnlllOO p,5fo5, 55505,450 516041 4,4

todoy and let's ice if we can't make tins your finest Christmas with 0 0451100. M" MOUTH PINT 0 I Y5,0000 Paie5 0 ?iO. wondso 51115

I .......... PsonIld Obasler. wOOls S Lonie loon Owl pr.5 5I..
brand home io/'v Per* Tacd
" o new by Kirkpctnck & Pierson." -H" Inc WALTER STUBBSInc. 000050'y. .'& 0 Lana tuG_I'd 511db_... n door 0 5s5for IstaaOd. APIIINloan
:1
WeT3dHomes Jt.A W..... a Povod Stnott
/ Tt i..iLANTIO S Lk.an Cnooan a C ttt It KMd s.d tv slip
or Property
0 I. Wur_ oNo.d 0 Piermtd ply. pi..as
! HIGHLAND COURT MANOR liLt GUll HOMtl U tO ua I 50 Fa.n35l45"a ... 0 WssklSf. Il000o'n5
'wo.o,5 ii' .t N POP YOU TO lmt ... Ph 376-SI94 0afl.5 15001000 J.. 1. o100uf
Mt>N' ""Tit IP I M ?" eosCas 0s "55"
1'r: Fee
TOO will 300C5I.L. eppo.ntw ull 172-5121 t* 172.5121
Sales Offict NE 23rd IM. & 11th Terr.372.347l M..Ho .. Ho loildono. M. II -
M ITOIItP Wt tr.de basses"l'oE'fRput4O.G.3A310,
AasaolaOso eO GaCalmuiI .UII or Plo .ntP WIN to .oot nooluo ... to I. Tiki oei'thttti' tm. eve K nertkeott Urn. terrece turn Ion I Wad,
I I 1 "' .." ot"t. .
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I RECW.Cma nj PftLM 370.55 LOCAl 5.1DIDOAT

PtUcy-tMrAMAN,1 P4AMO'sC'n1L l5jIf..flflfAtf.'SVQ'R wbATsalyousaombI 1 y14 a> ff4OO rND MY A6 luApPfl'.E0 10

CArS-lw soctso ID costaE $ MISS CMYF p CM THAT Pull, Ytldt'f J $TI! D0 *< WB A LEAKS !-YS |, | kRriHfy 00M.MI57U

: : < pUMUrt. HOMAD/ A SH* H> NOSl CM foA1Cf
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Friday, D. .mb.r 11, 1964 Gatmivlll' Sun 21

64 H.h.W ..GoN.F FrSl* 71 Muilcol! Morchondu II Airrwmkbi' iw Sol. IS Auromeb.lo, for S.l. 16-.1'11 (V S,.ri ConKARMANNGHIA
IT Aytomob.lolWonfo.
ERROR (PmtSSID-S1ntor 41,. PONT I.C '' .. IUMPH TNL: 1'.11. '''' 1I"'h"' -
SPI"I N I L7 N51plooa..4 'SI IUICK SPECIAL like now .h' "'1 SJICIIIVY. T
Goal 00111017 .-. 1. 1'1' log Ind al4 Is.,..ntl. round OM m".. R 4 H, oil powor. Pro 'S. CIIIVV. /Ilot 'It .....ionf 0000011101. laS II lOll ".... ..UNltD.j '0'''' NOBODY
021 NW I3 d I''... PR 470$3RNITURCtlalls. bobbin, OHM tarword and ... 11- y..,."...Jro5, volo ownor. Priced right fcouldl PONTIAC 11011411" .. IU5. 111SI NW 11th Avw_ 2"1. a Clwore11.l. AI 150005,5 ....
von* *vor p1)0' ond _'''. M M 11.1 lao. ,..... OT0>7. 1 St. AI HNllo _Ie. 111. !co 0,1ery. Ill SS 111 N.
1 11.50 s.ch for ..... bo'. ..... N.II_ looln .1.50041. 1964
55/1 tabM* NI CD $t, IIDf $ol.. MOCNM C. 115. W. Unlv.' An.*. .RirxivMjuccaolnoovtllo 1151 CHRYSLIR NEW YORKIRgool : loovmg country. mutt wl IM AC UH. boll* reclining boot BEATS A
!e lookciM. Hi L|. enolr" u, PNOM 370.1333.: lhop..n| Cooler cuon cor, tut. Could orrong PONTIAC ONNIVIUI Mlrd- PR 41554 eltor ondo, WANTEDClean
')i "..,". Ill Do... Ml Loir* 17MJM fl._..... Coil PR HUttMlir ... lodon teimd WIN nlroi. =
J. iny_ ilNGf _101. irtdol win' *. MARTIN 1101 5454000.. w"h" P M. ION ml IN por cent worrwty.P HOI ALFA ROMEO Spydor. Mull used can Coll
mochln. 2' font oo.nm e'N *> ., FROM
g-ion
) R MfMottorl JW loll now HIM toil t. Cook DEAL
we* rolrtgotoforo Ie 1 r 4110 0055111141Inb KM Mly $ ItSI OODGI Cuolom Royal Mom
e AN otc, WIN *r nog I GIBSON' ....... '. .HknmodloWy 'N PI Kappa Alpha' Bob Adomi FR 2-7128
,.! llM' fMnt' rrHHOrt: WO tt monthly, V e u m cleonor, oloctr gull III 11.1 bluo 4 Dow Mull r 5,104 .1115 oul. _
1' REPAIR WORK S.P"T. PR 1-JI72.: 11-111: cuotom ) ond notationCOM PI!. 1411 NW Ird $104. ......., PR .I$7 511w011PM. 7
K .S.CII 'RIMC1_. ......., now Mil voluo. for A.... 174-1547 Dor .. \.
TEN FOOT 1.ulI.. Ir.llor, E.eot- only tOi. AIM PONDER I
Vloro.vorb ...
'must 1111 .00k. C5.II CHEVROLET Impolo
V'IND 01- ....,,,, lent.... for' noullng ,fvrnlturo wood, amp, l momtn old coil INS While LAIRS black' "',...... Vtbvtnotloor M $6-froi|. Or Svorti Cor1PS4 CHRISTMAS SHAW & KEETER
Prlc _
.11 ,100TVA NI 11"0.', m bclwMo tog ( IMS now for only" tt}|. Oultorw / Lko now. Pout PR
o / liy mooo And coniiruciod. cm orr.0) ION kgoHior for KM onnor.;;; _
... IIDJ N 11 A5 1>F IS6' MU40T PR 04151.IN5 Morcodot Bout 1
"' .
'' Pom onuo, Archor. AIM' two
IMcroprionol *IIH "ona SOS, now point' ond llrot w'"II
"DISCOUNT CARPETS and Ill. lob con bo bom.tllul for only IM. Coll jrnxia PORO RANCH WAGON A.) two cor or _eye," M tolls.P1000l VACATION
cant., out* font, t M. )MIHIM.
II you us.15 Luilro. lion IMPORTED 1t00., 37.1345.W
.IG -
1155 II.COrdIOO.
.
PRICES elrctrlc inompooor It. McOmloll pm .004 W.1o.' w 1 1 K lOll for coil dm.moor Coil 17 U1M>5iI7IM now. will ; HILLMAN MINX, good- motn.onkol "FORDTOWN"
Fumliuro Co.. GIIM.vIllSlop "N illS. Call 371.1550 II condition HAH, iloorlngwnool SPECIAlS
I W. underMlt *.*.rybody.ttENDR Slog CHIN 101 _N1y" II" .,. .11.. t ,.... ) CHIV U Cony lir .ongM' Mm 4 dr. oMtn good
IXFURNITURE CARRIER olr Condlll_. utrtry nltroclkM. lulcH oooto goworgln fl_ boil ollor_ PR mat
CO. Co, Vlll.gr, I Br DONT BUY'AHAMMOND O on floor. R t H. now rukbrr '" ,-- '
opt ISS. loMMiit 1HI AUSTIN" HCAIIV IPC.ITI 64 Buick 62 Mercury
KM octvol n>'iio' $ conIrodo THE NUMBER 1
NW mi AV*. ot mm It. by.....crib$1 P1,0.$3 0)11401. 37)72010a' OMs, of .... ond flnonc CHI. VoMIkHor low mlkro5 010041Mw. Mw M .
seal M MM 'W i"'m M. rnoooIHI
"weSTINOMOUSB 1I1'lItGI.ATOIl lops blcyc"" toy. 051010 I:M PM. PR 2.3145 host' ,. 4 deep hllONp, full' 5..1.. ....5. f..n pawl,.

ClIo ...,. ..n toM o000RNnp leaf,", toaster. 5.111.. IypWrll17. ORGAN W1LLr5 4WD TRUCK golp5.1 NtOwctl. "'" VW nATION II'IAQON. Willoil fewer, .,,,1.. '0".1.I 1.114 whl". FORD DEALER IN
Coil ..... I Dot Iop00 toulll 555 .
FR 2.6200IIOSI 171 7045.loch FOR CHRISTMASBUY ( or trodo. An* low vw SI
Ou' Woof ) 545 IIh.
COLORED RIDER surf ....... I ., ... N. 111II.000rt$0s.Aol 11701004.$4 DAN J7J4ISJ.In frond wo conditionColl $3995 $1595 I

PLATFORM ROCKER collont condition no dlrvjti. 1111.l IT FOR A LIFETIME! IM7 PLYMOUTH I
25 316 0311' Call 371.2153.TOWR M M....,. fl CHOOM Iron outoradk "......1..1... 9ood tortIIIMV TAKE i OVER PAYMENTS on Norihcenlral Florida :
MOUSE RESTAURANT Prom Htm 114000IOHO.VI IIM. '65 MOB In perfect coodl.tion. .
< Ill I. Unlv llt-im. Mo Sold HommondbOvoi1 .".- I
AntiquM CLOSED AD 11._ t IQU''. M good UMd ..."'.. Owner mutt locritlc. '61 Buick
mont, 400 lb. Ico .., .,. .... .. II 1UNIIAM wllh ford oc4.noNIP For Informotion call FR
mob dlthn Tmno In '
USE ontlqu .,....,. .boiulltul, k,tchon ooul"", ..,. Wrurlltnr (Ilko now .., 1701.loldwln motoilod. win .bo II' iiMMioom 62 Buick of
rotrlgorollon ,......,... 60190.1MUST Large Inventory
ply, bevelod mirror llovo grill ovon for uloiVKYTMINd (1 yooro old! IN polo). Mutt TIGER. ,G ._. .' J 01.01 "......,. ........tI.Seelel .
Phon 3722885. MUST 001 AIM I Lowry-1 Iron UOS.TIMmoo loll now Coll PR SILL IHI"' MlHrnon Mlro' .el... VI. ,... S/1R/10lwlal. pew.. 150.0. -

II9UES" I pile* Amorlconrolor NEW 14' IICYCLI. Nw5 Moro Ouibronon' _. Klmboll.C III Ul B(>OIH IROI YOU IUVILANTON / 1C114PC HJnV IMO: Con bo I1 ....,1, t1.e11010fiss. 1516151. f1w01 ....... ad15.If NEW and

b* Mrvlco In ncollonl 11545. Morn. ".hl.. Idol CIi. ERNIE TARTLER REP. AufoloMOMWY ... sharp. ,......
,
_m C.II ..
.0110), A borgiln' ot 1115. MIL 3116M. 110)0 1 P .. 441 Norm
AtonMuocCo. I.
1,1)00, 4ll336 Ill' IW Jrt Avoinnvin High Ipf Ingt- 4XIMIPI. 'M a.lc 1100105, 4 45 000. $1495 USED !
I h.l Oil' t- W..... $1595
'ANTIQUES FOR IALI >. ft>ono 7740414Automotive '57 DODGE 10110 500 hll poIrymin..
till AvllquM .. .
Nl
V4 Oily $111'
CUltom NoyRl }Door $Srdlop. PS
Ind Ww ewrflo 11monoid FIREWOOD. REASONABLE BW F II 1-all.

rotOR, kllO ttllngt....."mulling.. NXIW Iron Will!) PHONE FR 6-3785 :41'CHIVY 400 Irdoor ..np.lo 15.diprod MELTON MOTORS collolino Sas with c.mpI.

r"II on* ef two onflow bodroomMM. I.tro bg koodi Wood-U And M. b SIWtplMOTORTI1cvT tronimlHIon. 540111 62 FORD II
II Mc.el. III N. MAIN $1. PR .1111
b Tlbor math co noon IA.GAIMPlOI'd. woti, fl '1. ..u,,", condl.Hon. .quipmcnt. including rum.ning 1963 COMET
"II' np* ...... cht) M .,...or.. l.col.IOI MIII1TN. .. So1w 105000 wM1.14r151. 1 ..._. Clll) PR MCI oil.M .
c. I. told wolnif, high hood.ird '11I'" ...., N/PM wot.., .to'l'. Ice boo CIIrhin", .obl..
ton hMfp.Aat15
2-dr. S-22 R&H Wore-0-M.tlc bucket sects. r
bid with bur su, 0)0.d PIN 1 FIREWOOD lor $0. Ph/n. _PR .,olt. CHIV Imwll hordto "4. cupboord. luggage rock. wind for hardtop
Id. Mid mOd. h.nIK. d C.T: '"' ,... $1495 whit with, red vinyl Intorlor, sharp,
i ( /mount out to order. Trlumplo.;;; ; Must Mil, going Into _0.Ir. .
.'. torMM IMJ T 2-R 500 mllrt. 11 c. air conditional redio hooto.
'
Trovono eu rod or $0.1125. Solos, Lumllo' a Wood M ... Includodl .. ...,IIco. Phone PR r BARKLEY
125 povnunlo "
el 1 window'. Oil point Pr01nroing' Cnrp o>Himo. ..,.. I
.. tic.reive ftwo P 111-1111. .
AN Holrloom for 70 But*-Mtrlno Equ.pIV LIKE NEW HONDA 305 NO DOWN PAYMENT"' PIN4.NCID MOTORS $1745 .
I cnrltlntu Iron RIP witeI > ,.. vp poymonlt Ut.O mo. 1.. 1)79. IIM Chovy 4oor. MELTON MOTORS
I lion of Antlqu. rurnlturoI 1755 dly' RtH IxdlvlduM' wnor. C III
CKITCMFIBLD Floorgloil wlltl "IN THI AUTO GAMIBARKLEY'S -
PR WIDe ovwilnoo woMondt,
b.boc. Nwtrly! Nu .
ind Mil ,
too rig nor vlow mirror
P 11 NAMI"
I Furniture imp Mf NW" 5pse40001RtIr. .net ,.."... 10 MPMercury. 14 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS I.DDll 50.00571.'II THI
IIOIK Avo thoM PR t-OH .''oe. start will, controlt PORD VI Halloos. Wogon 2101 N. Mei" SP.FR 70J N. MAIN ST. FR .7571
""
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bolter y ond g.o torn F'hono 371. )ovo your corWINTII i tooaX with o.tr... M oicwirotconation 2.4111
$11. 1371 Misc. Isr 1963
66
In our motor tuno-up o>ptHAIJFOWim Mle........ PIO.N ._ .
40. BOlT. *... mirwrclol, nul MOTOR CO. I ....... INKi'eH M'I'4K11'IIf' : .0.0105514. .NNKIK..-I0l lrelll[ ONN OrM V VK11Ella.l !1le'I V ENINIT'S .
.
[ ARMCHP.I 121 I*. 410. 0111)4 fo, .ft inorPKono 501755 '''' > IMPALA' CHEVROLET 4
RM I
|IV.
IM N 'Mall) PB fKtttry
Irtim Teblo, I5i Morblob.M 015117.. innoi Door. | cy|. At, RtH, AC. ... 4dr.tat1* wigon, V-8 PO"'IQII"ps., ,
tSO Tib Mod. Dk WOItoroo FniJ.. 11175 SM onytlmo 5.0 N I5 alp" condilinnlno. ROM, the Ktlect wigon for Shot
itond roe rick 103 Automobiloi for 5.11POs Tuoo. III NW to,n It J70-IIM ...
IS t.I ChI. trip.
rK.. IMl Wool too rug 0,0. 71 Cimp-Hunt-fnh MUST SELL "57 ",,"", uv. 4 Drhordlop THE I I'I
H5i Llv ,m. dolll. KOi .." AiYi'j.lf: J doo r 105.0. .'H. good II.... 1711cotn I
/ City 10'>. HOOl. MorHlltop. ICMINOTON gum tar ulo 22 llnglo pod 5000000. If 111,10,4 con PRA$3. or boil Otr... PHono 171-
5 I El.Car.n. tlble 111. Clll FR. Mot rlllo, 21 outo. '111.. "Itgougo Polo $405. 1755. $2095
IMGNAVOX oulo Hiolgun Will' occfptgood MUST KLL. Am loovlng Bvlllo
TV ond ttind tU: boor o".r 3161715 tu. fw TKo nod UHtokoi
|Kor HI.PI itorM phonograph on .M trlumpn 4 dr todon, Value Rated ''I! SEASON OF GIVING
,1 taw months old, (SO, ml I 72 Offic. Iquipm."t II I H. good cond, IM 14110.R .
I co WII 11. 'h. FR *531'. 1 M47IFo Used Cars
,1. 301. -
VUI'AX COPY "'ACHINI, I. $ lALIl Hunting Joop. 4 1963 FORD
HOLIDAY' TURKEY HENS ooorotlng condition "Mokn ,"..., drivo. good COD gun rocki.recontly B&G MOTOR CO. r
10 conll III. II DD 5,00004 uo to o noil doion good "loglblocabin ovornoulod good fl,... .. f1IEI
It111I1l IEKKPEKf11
0.11...... HO 1-134' In toil that mlnulo 1310. .11I N W. Till 20. PR ..IOOLii" CJllM Old.... iI. Y C.I.I 500. ".d,. M<),n, V-8 R6H. Cruliomilli frani..

UMBI" "Meat rw0rk' ,op0order. I., to 0"' ''''. Cgmploto, will CHEVROLET: 1 col, s/roa 2001 NW ilk S.. PS. SdlMMlt ilr-cond. Sold (r wrvlcid by'" Uncnew.
Must 5411. IIIO.II utomotlc tlmor ond o ,.,.. on .
.. .. "
and MIN 1 door CMM Isle cl,,".
04. 000e0001'. .11 tct.._'''. ply. of copy MOOT sod cnomlcoli.Low .
.11 111"'. HII "'. C'II .coot _....... Mint b* ogMUrgor ail runs wall I5D. S. 11 151'
00091 11m.. J', PR 1-.303- ImmOdI'tlv 10 00110 Loon for N. LN Tor. fOR THE CORRECT I

Train 21 tori 4 ong'not, loll <._'''. Boit mocftlno._ Froodrmomlrotlon 1959 OLDS ...d,. hardtop. TIME Ridgway Rambler $2145
loti of oceooorln. r X I"I con, Power and air $695. Ph.
two It Contort W O IDonoio,
I. I engnot n/n .f onct FR 2.1411Courtsy
0101 "60<1671. fl.,lr...,lllo. Sun P>on. 171 "". 3723911.

UAL 1Ale!. oultwntlc Alrl.ond 71 Muucil Morchindli MUST SELL 1955 Plymou0h.Cheap. Of

M'. AHiHe. colloctod woopom on Woit.Including eerycurln A'i' ffl 1 Q7-dill ii ii. Vl lli. Call I 3722802..ft Unlognirv Cdorrolor I CHEY
5s. PRESENTS
5 PM. 1963
r N. .
1100".11 S1p.0ltlrol. 0. n with I low. ... mu.'C' 500004 Mail )to if 16'h A. .
lIy lundno until too .01. 410. CIII PR .7.20. 1141 FALCON H.. Id" a 4140.

DO 03011.PM. P00 HW till $1. Plrns UPRIGHT, .',.... vory good cotion .'.'.."530,,.1. khWlftft/ "yelt. 215. I lololf 4dr. ..dII. V-8, povMrglldg, R&H, '8.


PAC. ,oowlng..tI.... MocAlne 111. II $Uuboi. vs...'.. IIMSo.ot 1918 NE 7th StIIARI WE'VEGOT I CHRISTMAS :

_. .... GAINESVILLEAUTO $1695
bow 54 C $17140 Iplnot orgon Colt MM no;: ,
Its FR "< '!. Will' toll tor 17 D. Viod v.., SALES

CIAL SAL[, ...,.... 17 IO' llttlo. 1200 Ni Um II _
I.d .. 11 SO pal do..... W'II SPECIAL CHRISTMAS lAVINoInitrumonti 1007 N. Mali St.then. .
,... 100.-ro AKIN. Curt 5 ell Mlrch5dls. .bled FR 26311Northc.ntrol 1965
1.IO'on. 412.1241.PERPCT ond oecoilorloo.OEROA .

your wilt.CHIIII'MAS Noturol outunnmln GIfT 422 N. "MO'S MUSIC CO.I'/lt ..orgtI1 Florida s Illc I SALE 1962 FORD
FORDS
O *',01" W7I voluo only, PIANO Independen' o.oI.r

0,. 41M NW. Um PI. FR Wellington uprlgnt. 7745172 G.1a11e l SCO 2-dr HT KOH crulnmillt trim., PS.
GoOd Condo :
$S PROJECTOR ....-..tlc.now. CLOSI OUt INS modot Salmi Pb '!II READYTO lurq fir wrut The .h.rp.sf In rjwrt,

Ulld NN ChM 00iy onoo. Cholco of llniili IWiuwt comniTiAUTOMOIL
in. Cool IIM Mil for IdI7MM7 or Molngony.
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or irmtiI $1545 :
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tor you Eoiy to Inilolligulor MOTORS AUTO DELAY 1962 FALCON
price' KM ChrlUmol' Ipofc fotai lonrlr* I1 I
01/ 1011. 12 fl. DODGI-DAkT III N MOW If.
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N. Mlle' 0'."". .Hoor"Ilo$ Ald. TRUCKS ..,," SEE 'EM TODAYSHAW WITH THE PURCHASE OF Fulcra 4-dr. A&M, Frndi-vnotie trim, olr" conditioning
'11"0001..OV" Solid b.ig* Locil I one e nr.
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for U$. 'hone 3747544 -
0055 I ,M. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY ANY 1965 RAMBLER THE $1145

HOMEUTE sow RIN.1)rl &
e,. for too" Will IMO IIM or
bode for! cor. Call OM-UII, Mionopy "
KEETER FOLLOWING ACCESSORIES
NMORI Automatic I't log with
.lIochm"'.... Mowoonn C.- ( 1962 OLDS
beta I/I PnonoIEMINSTON SAFE BUY
w arming 231 W. Unlvtriiir

J7S 0171IAOOII TYPO 4.42.14411.0' USED CARS Phone FR 6.5371 I..1 ARE YOURS FOR ONLY II 4-dr. 1ST. PS, PB, KCH, fxlnry *lr. Solid *hil .

.to croft 0004 55

'II,-1.0201"IJNBILIEVIAi 5t6 S. MAIN ST. I $1895
:
: L i RETAIL SALE
001 Ws I e..I 5P II. Platform ACCESSORY
rot505 113. VOW "". 01/41 ;$* : Mr. IrtolUy. Mr. H rt. Mr. IcrkcrPKtnc peiCt .!!!EL .
slew w. C10LY10t1f' h41lo0 IIIv .
,. fop Dollvory.WILLIAMI : FR 2-3C3I

.._ lid.SERVICE CINTIR.5t. 37Un7. OPEN EVENINGS Radio 56.95 l' I 1961 FORD M


I/I l ,07H"' .........oiocinc Undormo... 4 P.M.typownt.rl 0....wookI Colt White Wall Tires 31.60-1' I I Filrlon. 500 "-dr., V-l, &H! CnH* nt1i Iron*, ,

I doyo.LtCULieXH. rI"f.- --- -- I bleclL with .hll. lop Local l lady gwrwr.

CHAIN IA""*V now Left Outside Mirror I 5.30 1'Whecl
ail utod "'.... Fmor Tow* I
I IM NE loll .... --- -- -- ;
t.. "'.... tor Salter Tool.IE 118.25 l' I X1O95r
Covers I
LIC. don Iryor Ul .... doo. PICKUPS & VANS
fryer tn .'"vo grill w. r.onIs -
R. C Anal coin rogwor IM, M
....,.. W $35. _, of M4W0r0 ONLY Hcavy Duty Cooling Systcm: 10.95 1Undercoaf I
005. 1 fI. Moll .IOW 5500 123.
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|IA."I ly'go ooU clothoi Monywlginol
...,,... ..... lowor ,tnoncommorclol I 2r. KT, v., ow.glldll, HOH.d Whlf' ..,1I1trIf"IOt
AIM kltto Illor
liyot in-Hit Like its j Backup Lights -f :to--- / 100 S

I OOO FOR SALI. iMlnl 411.1071417M1t1"4. .
I .w.il pruoPlMnoFRllfU. It' e It ---- -- I

I Mild Volklwog : Rertactable Scat Belts 1.50 l' : SAVEImpo'i
7 v 0111100. a3.....t 51405. N
5150. ".... 1'30' s.ro.o.o'O Sn.J4 I 1 I
VeI4s Ill IIW IPA M II I '61 VW 1 Custom 'S! crTni Whccl I 2j: 1.' :

ITOPi THAN ORDINARY PICK UPS & VANS I $1W, 5a15. .>..... I
I IpoM "Hiol CKrltknM rmnoy on onOOWIOIKO
tor "'8. $_. ClKM $1395 Vent Shades 10.95 1' CORVAIR
I 1961
Rorrlg. III MI Pryor. lot TROPICAL PONTIAC : ;
.... I...1 opollirKO ....,". AlMANByXAM I

I IINGIR rowkoMta SHOP PR*HM lo.>rl< G.M.C Truck C nf r _'60... rONTIACunotMMng 40)45 5510550 4. Wind hield Washers 11.95 V i 700 ,-dr., MVH powf9lld troji*

ortobWV MUlpoM 5.10. log 220 N.W. IH Av III _
ortogronv. ouirioot mats 4W $1295 Rear Scat Speaker 12.60 l' I I
M .wy $105410. I MymSN.w 1 $845
51 or 11 coin. t..... too ---- .
fe< MocJlIno Co. .Ptioni 11.W1 '
9.45
_01' .O. 6. VW Rubber Floor Mats 1' I
AUTHORIZED So.010q SmnNPo -. OSNs
THESE
( WAN, TO My wo IM H MMrm '
VISIT .....
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...-WILSON.. *.ExCHANGE- I $1450 TOTAL COST 211.85YOUR 1960 FORD

1'' H. M ltroo >Kon. PR *4JT Dieters --
Ill) ACUUM CLIA"IIII i .. Warranty '61 VW I' 4.O V. tfa, w.genl V-l, 16M, n. r rdamdll. hand

,. Sold IhjrM blu' ColM) ikorik.
k..,.,. _.. l.d'S4dW00WMb. I tr G MILTON --1.55405 a.A4rllel COST 13
.. oN ....... MOTORS
MOTOR CO. INe.
10 "" .", ''N, Jt..15It $1195
100' lW tOol Stotet 701 N. M.0S Law 845

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RIM WNR M ...... $41.0 075. .Mercvey MOTORS $1395 I 1956 CHEV

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05.1.,. 411 PM 110 -63
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:.. i HAWES-POwnS IIDGWAY -dO.

..,,,..'110" u.u._. I i MOTOR COMPANY MOTOR COMPANY $1895 $85
0.l. 005 I1 0 III
4151 Mw 4 S5 204 N. M1.. Lad 1132 S. Mw"- Stoteti
Pop .moo 00.000 5. 4 i PI 2-2561 PI 2.1431 '6 Z ALFA ROMEO V8s, Sedans Hardtops Wagons
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K 1L'Ii".c 4501054 MM n.ftl* 015/.*5I*. 1... I, THE HONORED STATEWIDE WHUIVil THE $%195 SHAW & KEETER Cae:+P.er"FORDTOWN".:

000..: 01005,01 W.150-l5410410.,lOt 01.4L GW EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED AND IN '61 VW I RIDGWAYRAMBLER

P 100. hour U. ,. ..PMMLKO MOST STATES THROUGHOUT THE
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c$1395 I IMillerelill
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SHAW tr KlnU UNIVERSITY

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: I The Key to a!. < wry r_ SMITTY SEZ:



w.'", got the Christmas Spirit
f | Perfect Christmas'' '

and Santa Smitty is going to
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b. good to you. For the next

i CASH FORCHRISTMAS
!
L 14 days w.',. going to deal


LI I \ and trade wild. Try us and see,
F
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4 but if you don't like these

!
;)I'3 prices make us on offer.

I 4 UP TO $300-$400-5500 '64 VALIANT '63 FIAT

2-door. Automatic transmission radio.door.. Standard trOmr&islan, rodeo

!s And drive home in a new* car on the .'6.0oomll'$1895. of new Car worranry heater Real sl1arp.$945


! BARKLEY[ PREFERRED FINANCE PLAN '61 VALIANT

j 63 BUICK I
I-door hardtop V200. Automatic tronl'
f AND NO PAYMENTS 'TIL NEXT YEAR 4-door Special station waoon. Standard mission, radio Nater. Sharp
j transmission. Nic. car.
: ., $1645 $895

I IMPERIAL
61
59 PONTIAC
Crown -door hardtop. Power steering
::1, Catalina 4 door, station wagon power power brakes rodeo heater automatic
t steering power brakes radiO, hearer, transmisSIon. olr-condltlonlno. A b.autl.
air conditioning a real buy. ful car.
$1045 $1895

THE BARKLEY

PREFERRED FINANCE EXECUTIVE,CARS

z I. PLANoffers Balance of 5 year, 50,000 mile warranty4door
\. :/ brakes,
Crown power steering power
all new 1965 Volvo, Fiat, Triumph! Sunbeam or 64 IMPERIAL radio and heater oir-ctnditioning. power

reduced payments. In fact, you can buy a NEW car VOLVO actual seats power miles windows. . ,. .automatic. . .pilot. .,. 3,000, SAVE $1900
with lower monthly payments than those offered on .
most used We invite Fury 4-doo hardtop. Power steering: pow.er
cars. you to participate in this PLYMOUTH ,
64 .. transmission
broke automatic
NEW economical financing.' It may reduce your car FIAT
radio, heater. Actual 41CO miles SAVE $900
payments and enable you to own a new car for less

than you're now paying. TRIUMPH Power steering, pow.er .
Answer YES to 4 of these questions, then call 372-4373 '64 CHRYSLER brokes. radio. hut. SAVE $1400If.
2 1.1 I have done business with a bonk,finance company, automatic transmission alr-cCIISditionin'l.
r loan company or credit union. SUNBEAM
j1 : \\ 2. My employment has been steady, '64 PLYMOUTH Fury .4-doo, hardtop. Power .teering.
3. My take-home pay I. 50 dollars or more rod 10. heat.r, SAVE $1000
t per week. 7-- "" -.;. -.....=.,. -\f._ automatic tronsmillion. 10,000 actual mil.
: 4. My mortgage payments on my home. -" .J .11 r ?.:; i'oi'
j or. curr.ntond none art 30 days post '
BARKLEY MOTORS '61 OLDSMOBILE 60 VALIANT
d5
..1 1 hove either' a credit cord 0' 88door S.dan. Automatic transmis 4.daor station wagon, 9 pas"nger.Auto.
j. rt load credit reference.. sion radio h.at.r, power steering pow- make transmission, radio heater air.
Ir brakes. Real nice car. condltlonno.
USED CARS $1295 $845


"A PLEASURE TO DRIVE". '
61 RAMBLER '61 Volkswagen

4.door station wagon. Pewer steering. Panel I truck. Real aha'l On. owner.
I 63 MERCURY' 63 FORD 61 COMET 54 FORD Dower transnwssion brakes alr-CDndltianlno.radio heatel, automatic 745

S-55 2. Door Hardtop. Fully Station Wagon Country Sedan 4. 4-Door Sedan. Standard trans 2-Door Sedan. V-8, standard $1145
equipped. Factory elf-condition- Door. Power steering, automatic mission. transmission, radio, heater.
Ing. transmission, radio, heater, air- '
conditioning. $995< $395 '61 RAMBlER 60 RAMBLER
$2895 station wagon. Radio, lIeat.
4.dao .don. Automatic transmission Real divan,
$2195 radio. heater. Clean' car.

I 62 FORD 56 PONTIAC $845 $495

, 63 OLDSMOBILE 4 Door Hardtop. Automatic
l 63 FORD Fairlone "500" 4-Door V-3. transmission, power steering, ra. '
II 88" 4-Door Hardtop. Fully I Standard transmission, radio I dio, heater, V-8. 60 T.BIRD 59 CHEVROLET
! equipped Including air-condition- 4-Door Golaxie. Automatic trans. heater. Automatic tronsmissian power ste.nng I-door. Standard transmission 6-cylln.
I Ing. mission, radio, heater, power $395 power brakes, radio, hea'eI der radio, lIo.r.

, ".1: $2795> steering.$2095 Cream puff. $1395 I $1245 $495

: I 56 PONTIAC
SUPER SUPER SPECIAL
\ 63 ,
CHEVY
II 2 Door
63 CHEVROLET Hardtop. Automatic Cla.c.! Automatic tran.
''I 61 CHEVROLETBel Nova 4-Door Sedan. 6-Cylinder, Transmission Radio Heater, V-8.Power Steering 62 RAMBLER masion. rodlo. heat... $1 045

300" 4-Door. Hardtop. Alr-con- Air 4. Door Sedan. V-8, automatic transmission, radio, ledon. automatic tron..
ditlonlng.j heater 61 CHRYSLER mission rodeo
I standard transmission, radio I $395 heater, power Ite..int,
j heater. power brakes sir conditioning new tins. a
$2895 $1795 real sharp cor. . . . . :1395

$1095 con .rtibl.. Power It.rlng. power
57 CHEVROLET 60 CHRYSLER brakes. radio, heater automat

62 CHEVROLET 62 TEMPEST4Door 2-Door Sedan. 6-Cylinder, automatic trensmission. air-conditioning. . . '.' $1395

Bel Air 4-Door Sedan.6-cylinder, 60 CHRYSLERWindsor. transmission, radio, heater.
Sedan. Automatic trans. '
automatic transmission, power Fully equipped Includ mission, radio, heater. $395 59 T.BIRD 57 PLYMOUTH
III steering, radio, heater. ing air-conditioning. Power steering, pow., bakes, radio' ,
II heater. automatic, transmiuion.I Aircm.cylinder Runs
$1395
ditioning RIGI sharp. Gerd
$1595
$1295
.. 57 CHEVROLET !, $1395 $150

56 OLDSMOBILE 2-Door, V-8, standard transmis
64 BUICK sion. Nice car. '
61 MERCURY 57 MERCURY
I Le Sabre 4-Door Station Wagon. 4-Door ,Station Wagon Commut. "88" 4-Door Sedan. Power steering $595 4-door. Automatic transmisnon radIO. ,
,
automatic transmission: radio heater. nK.. 62 VALIANT
9-Passenger. Fully equipped in. er. Fully equipped Including air- heater, V-8. ,
eluding air-conditioning. conditioning. $295 .
I $3750 $1095 $395 58 VOLKSWAGEN I signet,2Ioardto rsd.o Moter,Automat alr-concl.tlon"O.a trontmssoon -
'
Sunroof. 57 SARATOGA $1245
4 door Hdatt. automate tronaoiwen.
v $595 power steering. power brakes. radio
63 OLDSMOBILE 62 RAMBLER 56 PONTIAC2Door Ilea,,,.

"8" 2. Door Hardtop. Power Station Wagon Classic. Fully Sedan. Automatic trans. $545 '
Steering, automatic transmission, equipped including air-condition mission, power steering radio, 62 RENAULT 62 RAMBLER
radio, heater. ing. heater, V-8. ,57 B U I C K 4-dao1 ,, ,
Dauphine. Heater. stars., wan Pawel t.uw.
I $2575 $1495 $395 $795 brok.s 2-dao1, radoo 1Iotdtao., heate'P'ew".no.' pow" =r.bean bark.,.'vro-tIC hanststswory

_. $245 $1295
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NORTHCENTRAL FLORIDA'S NO. 1 DEPENDENT DEALER "WE DEPEND ON YOUR BUSINESS" PAUL IAIHm. SANDY COMINS.
I GlANVILLE JONES.

I BARKLEY MOTORS III iI I i HAWES POWERS MOTORIMPERIALVALIANTCHRYSLERPLYMOUTHSIMCA



: 2201 N. MAIN ST. 372.4373 ''I

-I -N| THE AUTO CAME BARKLEY'S THE NAME" 312 N. MAIN ST. FR 6.3400

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Arc Rolling in Everyday. We now have the largest

Krrrecre e ner.rrrr aeK.per.r rK+trtrtrKKKrrt.ettiraeevKKKetrr[ stock of 65 models in this area-Most models in
SURPRISE USED CARS

stock and more arriving daily Phone FR 6.7584


THEM WITH SELECT YOURS NOW!


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A CAR ,< .. yvx i y\ J


'65 HARDTOP COUPE
FROM .
ONLY il



i B&G .$2458 Price Full

j _
j Fully equipped Corvair Sport Coupe.
I MOTOR CO. Powarg licit, PB, radio, heater, tinted
windshield, large hub caps,teat belts, I
I 110 h.p. engine & comfort fir convenience
'\ \UJ I equipment.Stock .

ji 161 CADILLAC t t;:: "w 62 OLDSMOBILE H?d. No. 128

If air-conditioning, autonicJ top Sedan. Santa's colors -
eye, power windows and stats. brilliant white and red.
5 Snow white. With the saving on Power steering. .$2095 IS 1i
I.this car Santa can get lots mora s, 1
v toys or take a nice/ s
# :
j 'vacation trip. ... .. ..$2595 p. rsw d

yw OLDSMOBILEstVan.

160 CADILLAC:e-dan. windows Factory 60 ,air-conditioning/ electric G. a ACT NOW WHILE THEY LAST

Factory air-conditioning and full autonic tyt. ...$1395 So{eet
.power./car.Local by Take B,ont&the G.owner.trip Exceptionallynice to Sold grand andserviced THIS IS IT! FINAL SELL OUT!

father's house /in style $
and comfort. ".. 095 62 MERCURYslTU '
radio htattr auto- $ NEW 64 Chevrolets
mot c transmission IO/J
64 OLDSMOBILE ?,.
tom Sports Coupe. Factory air.
conditioning, bucket stats, au- 188 Down DeliversUSED
tonic eye, cruise control, power 61 FORD Victory Sedan.
windows and Hot Local, ana oir-con
owner.Sold and serviced/ by B&G.Listed ditioning. V-8, Power stoering.
warranty new 5%for $5,600, 100% cer.A very. .smooth. ... ..$1395 with established credit-low monthly terms!
$3995 CARS
GMAC financing. ...
'64 CHEV.Y DEMONSTRATORS

r MANY BELOW ACTUAL 0 te select from, oU fully eaul.ptd
$2208
J 63--- OLDSMOBILE Hod.J 98J 60 MERCURY %!? models & prkes ..". As low as. stock Ho Sao
DEALER COST! COME EARLY!
air Local
top luxury Stdaji. Factory Factory air-conditioning.
v steering conditioning wheel., full Local power one owner., tilt ant Excellent.owntr ear.. . ,$995
Sold and serviced by B & I 9. Less YEAR
than factory 21,000 warranty.true milts.Sorry, Still Santa in Large Stock "OK" Used Cars END Priced!'
wt can't trade in reindeer but except -
con park for that Christmas open air delivery model and you 62 CROWN H3's;: .
.comfortable ride in ant of the finest and most don.loather Santa Factory Claus air-conditioning red with white/ '64 IMPAlA HARDTOPS 1963 1963 1956 1963
.$3095 control loaded
cruise
cars in town. I' with feoruKS. . ,$2695 CHEV. CHEV. CHEV.Coov.fl FORD

-df. .sedan V-l, OUIO.tr 'Impala' 4dr. hordlop, *!., V-(, auto. Galsai.dr,, Veula,
I _.. a6H, PS re, ..r V.1, uto. Oran, ."H. "0011., R6H, rune and fwH, R&H PS w 4 in i
63 OLDSMOBILE Conditioning .fro cle.', PS, PI, alt conditioning (took and dI".. Irks. with black "" .,Ior.
Hardtop Sedan. Factory aircon'ditioning 64 PONTIAC Hardtop Ill* On* owner, ,like Mw. PIe" LISA
,tilt wheel, power steer. Sedan. Holly green. Airconditioned. ; .. II/PA.688
17'
I Ing. power brakes. Beautiful Power $1788
white and blue with $2795 Ing and steer$3095 $1588
deluxe /interior. While they bet Hurry $2488

Full Price/ $OOQQ stock .
allow as "AZOO No.471 1963
Many mora all art Btrgoin Priced 1962 1957
STATION WAGONTHESE CHEV. 1954 fORD CHEV.

FORDS Convwt,l., V.|, outu.Cant. .
SLEIGHS WILL GO 63 As Low As 1388 Convrtfel, v.,, Cute DODGE 4.dr. V-l, star dord ., MM, rs, OulM.wilrat .
trw*. K&H. n. HA. <.dr. Mdon, hooter. remnilulon' H4H.IJ4M. ( [.rte linn.'
THERE IS NO SNOW. Coal Mcand cor. 171. .
WHEN I 62 No. 90A only' *TOO 88 $188 $1988

60 CHEVROLET !;1. 58 PLYMOUT11 i CHEVROLETS

shift.finder with. stick . .995 Power steering. . 395 61 AI Low AI 1088 1962
1963 1962
VOiKS.tvt 1954
I 60 59 5.
62 RAMBLER i COKVAIKONLY CHIV PACKARDONLY DtluM" niad.1,win BUICK CORVAIR YOLKS.
61 FALCON.:..995 Air.conditioned.. dare en sis on4 tack 4.*.. ItcW. 2.<* .....' alto, d&
. . S1295 ONLY .. .. ...11 itA 4.*, Mdan. IIYPA.X48 RfrH.M4P.. H. M.. new 20A.

S488 488 38Ho. $1488 $1488 $1288MANY

60 FORD 'j h.s'Kk'795!; 48 WILLYS *< ;:. $)100 j I1I9A Ho. UJPA Ho. 91 B

I MORE NOT LISTED- ALL BARGAINS And PRICED TO SELL NOW!
-CLOSED ON THE SABBATH-
"A ti.m. you con fruit, ever 25 years service to intirillt"

I BG MOTOR CO.CADILLACOLDSMOB1LE I

NEW FRS CARS UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET"GAINESVILLE'S


GMAC FINANCING V.UUE RATED USED CARS LARGEST VOLUME DEALER"THE
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2001 N.W. 13th St. FR 6-7515 CHEVY CORNERMAIN STREET AT 16th AVENUEMassy

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'. "MERRY"CHRISTMAS" '

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Dear Customers:

Leon "LL" Stanley We. .Gainesville Auto Sales would'' !_ +
r like to take this opportunity too soy $
;'p 'I i thanks to you for making the year t1 "
sl' ,ro I 1964 the greatest In our history. Every automobile in stock at North. e

We are grateful'for having had !central Florida's No. 1 Dealer has beenthe

opportunity to serve you l 1 J drastically reduced for CHRISTMAS!
and sincerefy hope you con-
,. I tinueto.enjoy the automobile, .
'
r f ?" 1 you purchased: from us,,
: FOR HIM SOME CARSREDUCED
You are cordially) InvitedW. to MUSTANG
65
A. "Llttl.) Billy" Tut.n 'drop'in and visit us ot \
,'" '" any time.. \ Sport Coupe, loaded with extras
which Includes factory air conditioning '
4-ipeed transmission' PS. R&H ,a? ..
!j We extend to you This car told new for $3541 o"cll1os "Sento"
.. and yours the only 7000 actual mllet It hat a .f I John
.;, '!Ik beautiful black finish with whit J'.L .
i# merriest <. '; '"\, leather Interior.
: of Christmas's, 1 NOW ONLY -


'ti'j I prosperousNew The and a StaffGainesville Year most! $3041 Y $5.OO 6 2 alai l-Or IlIoH WAS.,b w.lli Mrdtapt 1$'toni"D2tron"1380 ..


.. I
Ray "Stockcor" Wood Auto Sales
CHEVROLET
: .' i. M SSI'" SK.CWIIJS. .,! 2680
HER rM.. InlM-lor. .0o 'ron.
FOR v.WAS H SJ095 1104. ""NOW

ar r '63 FAIRLANE 500 /

FOR THE FAMILY SPORT COUPE, ., FORD.... .....
'64 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN Tlit :'oll biby at eirt lint the mine r 00'11I"..'. -. ..h.rd.
tor Hi Of mam Thli e y to hwwitKuril 63 t. aura 'ron. v. pLpe.
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