Gainesville sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079931/00248
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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 13, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
notis - AAL3952
lccn - sn 78002218
issn - 0163-4925
System ID: UF00079931:00248
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Priest Tells of Congo Cannibalism f

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LEOPOLDVILLE, the CongoAP Italian still are unaccounted nibalism of their forebears and bank of the Congo River, was nlst.backed revolt
( ) Rebels slaughtered six for. ate parts of the bodies the scene of other horrors. On South African mercenaries I'

Belgians and all parts of their The priest. Father Leopold Congolese townsfolk later told Nov 19, rebel aim bas lions who rescued Father Haane at

flesh, later selling portions of Haane, who was with the plantation Father Haane the rebels put raped and beat to death a 52- Isangl burned the monument I
_.. their victims' bodies In the public workers at Isangl, told chunks of human flesh on sale year-old American nun. Thousands of Congolese have
IA market at bang!, a Dutch this story: In the town market They A Belgian nun suffered a been killed as human sacrificesat
"'f!!' +',' priest said Saturday. All eight were taken out of a marched the other two Euro. similar fate. Both were killed at the feet of statues and portraits I

'; / The six murdered men belonged makeshift prison on Now 26. Six pears away toward Ellsabetha.a the foot or Isangl monument to of, Lumumba as a rebel
'4 to a group of eight em- were dragged into the) Jungle town about 50 miles west of the late Patrice Lumumba, the offering to his angry spirit II,
... ployes of the Belgian Buslra- and put to death After butchering IssnglIsangl.. Congo extremist first premier, The other nuns at Isangl were
Lomaml plantation company. the Belgians, the rebel warriors !. about M miles northwest who has been chosen by the re- all raped and forced to endure

Two others_, .a Belgian and an reverted to the ritual can of Stanleyville on the south bels to symbolize their Commu&aint5uille other Indignities :;

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.......,: 89th Year No. 137 GAINESVILLE, FLA., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRiCB20cIM ... ,,
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;...!.', Wt. .. Reserve
"A, Find 'Live' Dynamite I

'::ioIA,'---., Plan IsUnfolded

Tower Going Up, Up, Up .

Cable television came a atep closer to Gainesville this

weekend time-wise, with construction well underway
of the 670.foot receiving tower northwest of Gaines.
On Street Near UN1
ville. Crews built the tower almost to the 400.footmark
of Defense Robert S. Mc- \\1
Saturday. Watching progress are James L. Milll- Namara made public Saturdayhis
ken, president of University City Television Cable Co. to abolish the Army
(nearest camera) and M. M. Roberts, of the Fort plan
Reserve organization and placeits .
Worth Tower Co. Milliken has said the firm will! begin ---- ---- - -- -- U
functions and of its
part personnel
supplying six: channels to homes in northwest In the National Guard. Find Follows :
Gainesville soon after the first of the year, and to the

entire city before long. Remaining individuals in the Nuns Test New Garments: Earlier
Reserve are to go into the military
limbo of standby status

A, Bad WeekIn McNamara estimated the Mortar ShotNEW

reorganization ultimately will Stylish and ComfortableBy '
save |1SO million annually.He YORK (AP) Three t
ticks of dynamite with blasting
averted there no longer Is caps were found Saturday a 1
Viet NamSAIGON any valid military requirementfor NORMAN ROWLAND half.mile south of the United

existence of the Army Reserve OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (AP) -The nun, identified since the Middle. Nations headquarters) target "
units as such This assessment Ages by her black, cumberaome garb, has begun to cast off antiquity to keep Friday of a bazooka rocket \that I I
is certain to stir some pace in this world of the atom.In I
exploded In the East River. '
South Viet Nam
strenuous opposition In Con- this city two Roman Catholic sisters/ Detonating/ / to the Order of St. Una- Police said the dynamite ,
(AP Two U.S. officers have
been)killed-! In the southern Mek. Disarmed amiDisheartened gressMcNamara's. line are substituting1 modern dress for their traditional, medieval-style/ habit."I needed only an electrical! chargeto
action, forecastfor feel like I've been freed and let out of armor" said Sister' Immaculata, set It off They 't
eng Delta, bringing to nine the were attempt i
who now look more like an airline stewardess than aervant of the church.
numBer of Americans killed in a days in published reports, tog to determine whether there j jwas
Her snappy new outfit consists of a straight black skirt which strikes the
announced officially at a link bctwen I
week of sharp Communist attacks was any and the
IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP-) Pentagon news conference leer just below the knee, and a black weskit over a white, long-sleeved blouse. bazooka shot
The orders motto,
... A U.S. spokesman said Satur Hunter Ed Gilroy killed a deer The main plan deals only with for the Glory of Cod" Is A man found the dynamite
day the two died Friday, one and returned to his car for a the Army Reserve !leaving the sewn on the weskit. slicks, wired together along the

when he was trying to direct rope. Air Force, Navy and Marines Sister Immaculatai curb In Flat Avenue, near 33rd
The ear bad been broken Into unaffectedat part
Reserve programs Street
armed helicopters In a strike at
In fashion is
net Sister
Viet Cong mortars, the other in and a two-way radio, carJack presentBut Stephen new, who designed the d Accompanied> by a woman
the defense of the town of Due lunch box, vacuum jug, in an accompanying end child
outfit Both teach at Bishop t"! a he carried It into a
blankets and
Long Two Americans were camera were misslag. statement, McNamara disclosed McGuInness High School win nearby garage and said: "This \
wounded with the second officer that he plans to remove about Oklahoma City. + looks like dynamite, 1 found it
and another is missing Gluey left his rule la the ear 100 members of Congress and there'.
and went alter the deer. echelon ", feel like I have gender'agsln i
The attacks have ranged from It was gone. some S,000 other upper ," said Sister Immaculata a P' y The trio strode out and a gaWe -
from ready
Camau Peninsula, In the federal employes attendant called
He returned to his automobile status and this would after wearing her new
south, to near the border with reserve C '' The caps were removed In
and found his rifle gone, too affect officers In all outfit for several days, an
North Viet Nam in the north in reserve
"I once took some coursesat open area outside the garageand
r branches of the armed services.
what has been described as the these Marquette University," sht r the entire' find was taken to I
Viet Conga "winter offensive" His argument Is that i Fort Tilden
said, "and they gave me a examination.Police .
The Communists have launchedat Including at least 30 killed at men would be more useful to
card on which I was supposed meanwhile filtered
the nation in their present Jobs
least one attack In battalion Due Long J
than In the armed services in to check my sex-man, among Cuban exiles and turned f
Strength daily Meanwhile In Saigon, three of wartime woman or sister. It made me N to the Army for clues In the ba- I
The toll of American dead
mad!I" tonka bunt that rattled the
reached seven with discovery of South Viet Nam's most influential j
The experiment in fashion, ..1given' United Nations windows
the body of an American ar Buddhist monks
began a
Impetus by the Ecumenical Members of the Bomb
snored adviser, reported missing hour strike In an attempt to stir 11 Q SHOPPINGOW Council In Rome recently j .. Squad took the four-fooHong,
in the battle of An Lao Val! U LEFT I
up followers to topple Premier was authorized by black-painted bazooka to theArmy'
ley in the north. He S
was Spec
William R. Hamlin of Seattle. Tran Van Huong regime. Slater Immaculate superior, j Pica tInny Arsenal at
Mother Charles McCrath. + Dover, NJ Police said, the
The total of Americans killed!
"We have tried to be I
In action has risen to 233. but the government has patient threat'ened P4 The two young nuns will weapon, which fires a racket I.t
"As more advisers come out the existence of Buddhism model the habit for the UNfullne Inches In diameter and Inches

here they are getting closer to ," declared Thich Tam community dur lag long had no serial number '
Christmas vacation Sister I They said they could find
the firing line, the U.S. spokesman Chau, chairman of the Buddhist no I.
said. 'You can expect. Institute in a speech to 200 assembled CHRISTMAS SEALS f fight Tl ml Stephen said the communitymay manufacturer Identity mark. 't
more casualties"Some vote on whether to adopt The bazooka, with a paper i
monks and
nuns. ether IESPlftATOn DISEASESili
Americana are In patrols the change next August Cuban flag attached was found

of only 10 or 12 men. US. "We thought we could reconstruct cwt The two sisters look a bit mounted on a wooden box en
personnel are vulnerable In dis- Buddhism after the down- g i conspicuous In the presenceof the Queens tide of the East RI.,.

trict towns, which are coming fall of the former dictatorship other nuns er directly opposite the U.N.
under attack by Viet Cong guerrillas (Ngo Dinh Diem). But this gov. i But reaction from the headquarters(
eminent for more than a month priests and other nuns generslly The weapon lobbed IU rocket
The casualties among govern has slandered Buddhism more 'G ': !bad been favorable. over a tugboat straight toward
ae++ rwe One admiring nun from another -
than before. the U.N.
ment forces have been heavy ever building on IDs Manhattan -
order commented: "I side.
pray to Cod we're next"

I' Cheaper Power in the FutureThe Sister all major Stephen orders predictedthat w III air water The about sending rocket 100 exploded a geyser into In the the

make drastic changes within yards from the
the next five to 10 hugs glass structure of the
WASHINGTON (AP) The pattern of efficient develop. FPC said such coord1ul.I years peace <<,watlon. About 1009
)( of the
Federal Power Commission set S, ment" to achieve It. The key II |}I ed growth would) permit lower oal negative com. SISTERS STEPHEN LEFT, AMI IWIACULATA delegates, employes" and visitors
today a goal of reducing the av. to cut generation and transml ', lag the present L7 cents per (See MUMS ea Page IA) No more raw spots on the chin I ,"rein the building.

I erage national retail .price of lion costs by an the nation's if kilowatt hour national average The blast came while Ernesto

electricity-residential, com.merclal (00 power systems Joining "in retail charge to 11 cents ever Guevara Cuban Industry mini
and taduitriaI-27 fully coordinated networks the next II Ultimate
percent power ,ears. sav. stir, was denouncing the United
by 1930 covering broad areas oft Ings were estimated at 111 billion 11.1IIn! the General Assembly.

And It outlined "a possible e country" annually.The ChristmasSeal Cabinet 'Frllglliity'Cost Oiban miles one of !them a
goals were set J In an unprecedented
national Sales woman" carrying" a bunting
power knife. tried to storm through
vey bel\llllll January 1X2. It Is

Good Morning! the the future lint compreheslve growth of all study electric of Arc Lagging $100,000? police Ing. The tines woman to gel Mid Into she the want bulJoV

to kill Guevara
UUties In the nation, both pub.
Around and About the Near: lie and private, large and sins!!. the Christmas top of seals shoppers'area Bats at By cur COfUIIlJl Board of Control and the csbt
The FPC said It has DO .break.down hi Edursitoa Writer net for months. PROOFOF
nationwide this year, the chairman o fIN
ea 'fet.C'rlta Tuberculosis Associations TUht. fisted fiscal policies by "I late exception s recent
for !
Street paving begins nder private companies andAte annual Christmas drive said die State Cabinet backfired and statement by Board of Control

revolving fund plan-Page ID. : for the Rural Friday. tat Florida taxpayers 110*.900eitra Chairman Bars lUrrboa that
.. Baptist Ourch plans live Nativity" Electrification Admiabtraiion Campaign cbalrnsa. l Jim to build MM classroom the universities are feting their RESULTS
building ..tIe lalverilry of money's worth out ef "
Page IB. A peek at In the Department ef Agrtcut- Wunderllca said sales are mere building
Santa's post amc.-Pa,. IA. lure said the average rate per than CM behind but year at Florida, .*.. J. Emory nose approprtattons. The Univrrsl t y n.. c'- 4 /vi ... N cad

kilowatt-hour paid by LEA en:*. this IbM. So far, UU of 2UM charged Friday. of Florida general classroom by ::= .S'o Led '' 't-
Garden dub's holiday f lour ,a, turners In 13 was 3J cents. letters have bees answered with The critically needed atruo building to e *food example that ta.d ur.m.si o t+rsalon
continues this afternoon. Page The REA spokesman said contributions foe the Kak.VindertkB tare not enly win nee more they are sot Gone saW. :

3C REA rates tend to be higher said f77tt has because ef the Although preliminary planning .oaths a N00..
canted refusal for the structure dates 0.- a.. ee ...rt..sera. ..
because the bees Last
eeps serve mainly ecteted se fat ., ce .w.qe we .... ..
) .r small customers and the number year, ",1" was laiIt'Dee. by to allow 0wdgtaalbitf M far beck ss 19J7 when the Asa.SmeAs.
ef customers per mile ef 1LLast to bfbUture appropriated $800-
line usually Is such smaller school H N lot the building, tt w...., ... hwy to, Mi
wee aI. Ugh stead, bet It until June. IX that the Kate .e.. ...,.,** Among the Old Friend than be private companies Iglrls from Gainesville Jflch wQbeeVljyedtMiioly Budget CoranuNton the *>.V mm ttttI. .. asses.4 ...
: eoemd
Ales Radla. general manager sad P. K. Yenga sold seals *> tog .M of the Public* Power AaMcJation. ........ Anslhet ....... a pane strings! and smiMrbMd tilebufldlnl hem ."'' M.* nil sp
Abby TBMB Mccarvey 18 welcomed the study as a sale has ken scheduled .m whole year which *.4 la Mat amore ....-..

Our Tow* _, ._. P4newerd Pete 38 "1OUIft6o ." But he said the Saturday.Wunderika. said.Cre than III atUBoa. You ....... way iwf be Mfat
Lack of fund. /
lUJberstcia 12 Weimer IC lllt ute test of be wahae.f new arged .those who cited tree ftJnJgnifig aw M M yrJuwwnfew
technology and technique win have ant answered the Or** figures! from the Uatamly's and architect ctangn accounted M oww..ea W*
OPINION.TV U MOVIES: 7A for the sts-)ear e>.UyFinally tn mm hierural, tnt ate, .
LOGS U whether w sot the acnecu mss seal campaign letter to Ilk en the anwrtl cUwembuidktf e5. 0... SUN c.....,.... can
AREA: NEWS to December of
IB 1X3
are pawed en to the consumers mall their contributions to AcTBAasn. which has hew caught )wrs you wide se.
Jo ihdr electric bills.- In a satfe beteeca the lute Se C1UMS *e Page tt>

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in the JNEVVSBriefly. From Page 1 A J Relations Council Fete WATER and ICE TEA

Nunsment ':':' The Gainesville Council or Persona attending/ are requested For M.l.li 6' *....urtnti

j Human Relations will host m I to bring a dish prepared SPENCECHIMICAL
covered .II five. Tickets, available
we've heard came whenwe G dish Christmas diner to serve SUPPLY CO.
ZONES today L the Communit y r at the door, will be $1 forhlldren ra 2-1 II'
said what we were going .__ .
AI Ptrfly cloudy throw Iwndiynltht .."Ne Center, w t ww 1st St. adults ana w tens our c.
to do. she said. "One N Importont .
tompor I
priest r e.h..e.
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Nleh" M M fl. 11' ...
told me, 'You know you'regoing woolly wuHi wind S to U roles prBCD
a to look older don't
you?' : Partly cloudy .
Mild 73 to' 12 Variable SHOP-SHOP
I Sunday.
TU admit I thought a lit.tie winds .
mostly southerly
about that. Every woman -I '
I 5 to 15 miles per hour. Outlook ,,, ''' '
,. even if she's a nun, : mild. SHOP
Monday .
has she said
some vanity, f
I F 0 H ti Firtty ciovov SUM**.
Y Another argument! :,again II Mil. High TI M M. tM/lrwMt ..redOutle.O
KKiin I mlloi per h.... IN GAINESVILLEDrop
change voiced the ,opinion tomild11 {
that tha traditional habit protects TsVIcirtrtllr ,. ......."",. MIIAHl off your dry cleaning on
h lMr N. toutlMMl wines 10 n
nuns and commands re II ...11.. per "hour.T.MPe5ATYO.O. M....
your way to work .. ol any
spect. .LIIWNaee yJ"III.
."I don't go along with i Xee 7WtPr.IIF w..j .. :'of our plants, and pick It upon
that Sister said IiIloml" 7sra' OAINafvILLI WIfATHU T_
Stephen .Tom.. 71., .......u,. .....,... ..$....'" .O MsflckAt1.M. li war home
"My father didn't put a ball IU II .ap.l AIport C/O it N I pmr low. your
and chain on mother ,and Now OrIOnM.1 ,41 N II I ....,.. N. ,,1..11.
...so, a r .,.
she managed to remain a : :: .., todw ..ALMANAC.. .. : 3 DAY SPECIALS: Mon, Dec. H,'Tu. ., Dec. 15, Wed., Dec. 161T6ARMENTS
good Christian woman all] her ClepsK.mN clNMglN1 :: : t. tomorrow .. :: ; ...m.,
M.ontrf tomorrow 7:17
life. I think nuns should be O.Iwsr City M a7N TM O.rminM ,,$mTMN .......:M now.m
respected for what they do, C" Wo,1II 71.. II ..It helghl., "lheotlnN.rW
will lot mlm.rou..nN
more mlenlpM
not for what they wear." Lot teeter-A.p.IN 41. ."., "" Moon
41 at oN = ..amw..wcwels ?
Sister said her
Mactea ClOA" U. 11055sAOT
student are extremely enthu- OUL' "., .. sleds mmOy ......."'-..It" N '.31 '.m wee 0:17
_hotly S N \I knolO ......"'. ,... p.m. Low 01 2n .m. nl.d .:11 1'....
siastic about the change. Mowers .........,nt Sully, cloudy lots- -.y-HIO" 01 10:01: .m. .... 0:17My. such
"When you were wearing ,. ...... Low at 4'11 ...... .... all as

your old habit" she quoted

a teen age girl as saying, More
"I didn't feel that you could
understand my problems bu AboutCross DRESSES (plain),

now I feel much closer to

s.vws An.ra. Both nuns agreed the new tOPCOATS
Yr MMwY.-Mt. eb.w From Page 1
habits are more practical and ,
comfortable. In the traditional
Fun Where You Find Its habit "You wake wet, bids were accepted However' taken for the stripped down
E you work: wet you go to be i the lowest bid, received from building which was to have only OVERCOATS ROBES ,
the Guy Cleveland Construction three floors Instead of the ,
ZJohn F. Kennedy Jr. and hia cousin Anna Chrlfl- wet you just all have the time.a'lcky' D": Co, was $262,951 higher than four planned and also minus the

tin>i Radzlwill cavort In artificial snow backstage at feeling the $12 million ceiling. $70,000 In features the cabinet
So-New York State Theater at Lincoln Center In Everyday living. Is I termed "extras.". ,
much easier in the new habits President J. Wayne Re It z
New York Friday during an intermission of the they said. And experiences appealed to the Board of Con- A low bid of l,093,00f y $

Jvew York City Ballet'a production of "The Nut. once suffered br Sister trol to accept the low bid OB 'asslnarl Construction Co. of 98

clicker." The four-year-old* began tossing "snow"after Immaculate are a thing ol f, rounds[ that In the long run It Gainesville was accepted.

John Jr. asked for and received permission. the past. would cost more In planning and TassinarI' low bid on the 1 forMen's

"I veil In a door architect' fees to atari; J r om base bid was $33.874 higher than

GUARDED when I locked it," she said, scratch and redesign another he previous low bid by Cleveland

:premier Molar Tihomfco of 'and I had to stand there until : building. Dr. Belts recommended on the same base.

the.Congo left Roma Saturday someone happened by that the difference between "What' the cabinet did was to

aftOrjhanklng: Italian police for with a key." the $L2 minion available and reject Cleveland's bid, then turnaround

protecting him "at the risk of From the comfort stand- the construction price be made and accept Tassinari'

thclr-llves":: and flew to foggy .point perhaps the bait up by transferring money from which is $33,000 higher for $70,- or Ladies' Suits

Munich and more police pro thing Is not having to wear the capital outlay bond programfor 000) less building," Cross ex-

teeters:, the coif the tightly bound, university buildings. lained.
Atty. Gen. Richard W. Ervin counted as one garment.
AMes white wrapping, which encircles
of the African leader It will cost another
approved Dr. RelU'i $294$001
recommendation I
aiaiie would remain In Munich a nun's face. to build the fourth .

untJJ' Tuesday then fly to Bonn," "It's like having your headIn In a legal opinIonto money must be authorized by

tho-West German capital. <.t M +1 a Vise. ," said Sister Immaculate. the the transaction Board of Control was a, proper saying I ALL DRY CLEANING DONE ON: PREMISES

AlirVest German government Sister tilted her one. I Gainesville :
Tshombe intends Sun 4 LOCATIONS TO SERVE' YOU
spokesman said head back and pointed to a Shortly after his ruling Ervin

to leek German Investment red mark under her chin was appointed to the Florida Published tvtningi except
for the Congo. This he also adding, "Sister and I wi 11, Supreme Court and Gov. Farris Saturday and Sunday morn. No. 1 I No.2'| No. 3 'i' No. 4

did In Italy while under heavy never get rid of these. Some Bryant appointed James S. llthlna Inai' by the Galntivill' Pub- ... .r l. '
Company at 101 SE
police guard against l lefUsti who Refugees from the Ceago nuns have callouses under Kynes to succeed him. 2nd Ploct, Galntlvllle. Florida One One: Ont: One

denounced his government report that Slater Anna DOBnlacuo their chin" Cross and Reps. Ralph Tur-' and entered 01 second close
American Cathe- Ington and Osee Fagan appeared matttr at the Port Office at M.0"rf Hour Hour. Hour

NEW WOMAN tae nun,,aa was raped and beat UFo Vandals before the Board of Control Camiivlll, Florida.CIRCULATION Mart.nliing I Martiniiing Cleaners !I' Martlniilng

and urged It to the RATH IY :'
. In the three months since accept 319 NW na NW' 36| N. : 3444 w.
ea to death on Nov. II Bear Back In Action Cleveland bid the CARRIER. OR MAILS
Vonda Kay Van Dyke won the Stanleyville would not be delayed so building long Wok. ..45I 13th St. 10th Ave. Mole St. | Univ. Ave.
cofrted title ol Miss America: ,'a any Mai. $S.IS
The Florida Gators didn'tthis win I er.' '
striking change has come over Bttf CATCH week. In fact they dIdn'teven The Board of Control bucked bi All malt tut .crlp loni. mutt ALL PLANTS OFFER, ONE-HOUR DRY CLEANING AND
the year-old brown-haired said In advonci.W ... ..... ,." '
play. But a small the decision back to the Cabinet
group .
President Johnson dropped mbr of Audit Bureau of LAUNDERINGPlease
beauty from PhOTsKArlfOnte uhlch-. FAST SHIRT
(dubA other reasons to ClUSI. ordered the classroom Circulation
unsure ot\heritJtt\ Is ]inmost the Smithsonian Institute _n' uproar building to be re-bid after approximately All m.",1.' eenliln, .In ll
now described as-poised and"to sea another Texan's triumph City police were called to $70,000( worth of .y. nw.rry Nh.. Oiiiwtvliu I help us serve you better by always haying" your delivery receipt with you.DONT .
PuWIWIn ....
evident by one of her chap He took t look Friday at the the University Inn early Saturday architectural features were product.,' Company In _. II'(Ie)h! Sri s".Is FORGET We FRI-SPCTe) MOTHPROOF every garment thot we dry
erjnes Mrs. Peg Well. largest fish ever taken with rod i morning after students eliminated.In .Nrlchy.rmll."'.hreldao, NM wlmoup""bll""IN....wnt.n clean. Odorless dry cleaning FRESH AS A FLOWER-IN JUST ONE SOULItwMaEkhgt&e4L

o and reel, a 1,560-pound marlin "'"attacked" the U.S. 441 motel June, 1964 bids were again I, _

r-- now hanging on the wall at the I scattering paper over the

:.. '\. .. Institution's museum of natural grounds, rousing several l
': history guess from their room and Crash Injures

I, : The 14'9 foot specimen was praying one room with a Zafei 44A. l !

caught oft Cabo Blanco Peru I fire extinguisher. Starke WomanA

11 years ago by Alfred C. Glass-' Officers are attempting to

fell Jr., who presented It to the learn the vandals' IdentlUea.ebftuarits. three car chain reaction

museum FrIday.PRESS crash In the 3700 block of N.
Waldo Road Friday lent a 28-

VOTE year-old Starke woman to Ala-
'or "'_.. srrweamwty ?e ewaee1Nlea
chua General
Hospital for treat I
w IhN p..aCLARENCE -
Ca The most hotly contested ment of minor Injuries

1 presidential race at the National HILL Mary D. Howard driver of

1I 1I I Press Club In recent years has PANAMA CITY ClarenceHill one. of the vehicles Involved,

1 I resulted In William M. Blair (3: died here Saturday hi was treated and released at the

I New York Times White House a local hospital hospital. No other Injuries were ;

I reporter squeaking through to A native of Greenbort Its, reported. ,

win election. I Mr. Hill was a retired grocer Officers charged Donald M.
and Gadsden County bua drive of Cblefland with I
: 't He beat Clark R. Mollenhotf Harper careless

of Cowlei Publications by just er.Survivors Include his wife driving after his car crashed -
Into Mrs. Howard's auto
seven votes 408 to 401. '
:Pierre tanager appointed Ruby P. Hill of Panama City; pushing It Into the rear of a I
Blair had spent the past year a daughter, Mrt. Doris L. Wes :r
earlier this year W the U. S. vehicle driven by Jesse B. ;
aa secretary of the nation'slargest ter of Mobile, Alit a son, Clarence ;
Senate to fill' the term of the roy Jr., 1312 NE 20th Ave. J.e.1
laid Sea. Clap Eagle said press club while Mollennoff E. Hill of Panama City; Total damages were $ .

beg resigning effective Doe. served as its vice presi two sliters, Mrs Frank Cool] None of the three auto were

31<- eorle Murphy who defeated dentCountercharge of Gainesville and Mrs. Ronald equipped with seat belts

him la November will MacLean of San Francisco,

be appointed thea to the Senate Calif. a brother Leroy H ill

ky Go,. Edmund Brews Belgian! foreign minister of Snesdi, Fla.MARY :FQ'NEKA1.

giving him seniority ever Paul-Henri Spank addressed the IIANNON "

other lew senators who take UN Security Mrs. Mary F. Harmon, 80, 203 ; ,NOTt : SI
office Jan. 3. I Council In New NE 3rd Ave., died Saturday In .

\VJDOWWRITES ", York In replyto Alachua General Hospital following aJ ( S

charges a brief illness. CLAssed HILL -.,, _1M..here _
( WMy M t tacit. .....".L A Mtlv _
. A newspaper says Mrs;Marina that the U. S. A native of Cumberland Onww.a6a./ Mr. Mitt rn. R11roe _
land Belgium Virginia Mn Ilannon mt tlOmi County kMrtMr
Oswald widow of presidential County ammo
assassin lee Harvey Os- I were guilty moved to Gainesville M years P. HID turvKrart N Pimm IBCHXH con Krt a .'MSi :

wald, is staying In Arizona's Jl bias in the ago.She Mrs e Ml Own CMranra U wnnr I. Hill i.. *. PmMCHyi Nina oven diamonds stl In the D. Yellow and white 14K gold torn-

scenic Oak Creek Canyon while I recent Joint rev was a retired schoolteacher '.mmlll.*. _.*_Mr M.*. .*.MM Pra MwtM cm MO. avtr-popul 14K Prioress tine .t pine delightfully In Mwnond dinner
I ne mission In and former of ,,_,., .. .
working on her biography witha secretary r IM / C I a traMMr.itiod ', //j Hng.N .
L.r.v SIN' M P1a0 M MmoN$0m
Dallas writer. [the Congo. Speak the First Methodist Church of Pvmul Nr..w ask0'C N

I _._- -.-, countercharged Gainesville I t..t'".wi: ::'.or..wwn.N aw'.w..-: / C'
that some African nations Survivors Include a daughter by How. ammo Ommal.r. s0.wss.
were trying to split Afrt\ acre Charles F, Touchton Jr. of ,....Woltor,_Inn*. whirr. ...,.

ca from Europe "and even to ,Dade City; a sister, Mrs. N. U. 1-. pINM.r, Jolla /IfOrIW soul
pit the black man against the GiU of Farmville. Va; a brother c. I
white" He said the rescue mission Ernest Foster of Richmond """...... Ma MARY FOtTIIMomoiH pw'nMN 4r
was carried out only after Va.; three grandchildren and a0. M roHr** mill looDk
_. .
ap of 10'' Case W ..r.Y..roy "
Conga rebel leaders threatened one grandchild .mwtwr .. N P5W Is..s-
white hostages In Stanleyville.FLUBBED wee N 0..wae M N veer.NI. e
WILLIAM COOPER HI M e.N N It am.. N Mw.e.v _
r O.amwr 14 INS It.. 55.0M."sI .
JOB JACKSONVILLE William Ctwrm .... CmlNMM ,

It Cooper HI M, Jacksonville: ...ne ww. aK-0w.T.. .Miliw...... wm tit.eNN ...'

fee. Everett ... Dlrksea, R manager of Cooper'Tull-Minar. awns.. t soave ::.Onun.
111, said Saturday the Republican di Construction Co., died Frr/ M h. wuN.wa- $ s No -$0

National Committee day, morning at St. Vincent's .5.., .-. -...-.. --,.... .....-. 6 DIAMONDS
"Flubbed the Job" of projectingthe Hospital after an extended Umesa. c_ "._'"
C. Bridal pear features six diamonds kiirioutly -
: party'e record and shares "."'L. Mil CMI.e pw.N m.- i:
In* tor .... O-NMI Mil sem IPM. .. a mounted In 14K feU.B. .
His firm was formerly DM
the blame
: for the election do- .. > teat! of GOP candidates.Dlrksen W. H. Cooper Construction Co. M PlY.1"._...., ....It Cllwsa. III Chirmlrj 17j jsr..l l &.di.. *' fayk C Handsome eltmond and any ring
M pNm
4 MM
the Senate Republican of Gainesville before movingto w.Y"cwe.yml. -' *rtfl 2 diamonds 10K UM end $p. lot mats sat hi 10K sjoW.'C .
Jacksonville. Nola. CNwtms eMar 04 eMo del TWIST-O-riCX band
leader said In a ----J.
Survivors include his widow\ N.N w" 1tm. N -No 5.1K
I sent to Illinois COP leaders that ..
wMy N Cmdp Sae'OAINMLL
Mrs. Geneva
Cooper a
wave Beck Tt, former 'the 19(4 presidential election Uugh-. NO MONEY E m.nr. N
pres- ter, Mrs. Paul Ferber Gainesville O
deg at the Teamsters fa- 'campaign disclosed "a classic ..M.L,.,sass's p"wNwrv"w ed:
W. R
j ; a son, Cooper IV III Vre/N ae M wS DOWN :
... All
tea Is U peoada slimmer after 'example fear la action. Jacksonville and a a N O.em.1m am. .
; grandson, .. M a'. 05.5 '_ Cnw.n w ,
Ws stay el awe and en..ball' "We failed to present a clear- Paul Shields Ferber Gaines ._.. J..w CNe Over 400 Stores

.yean I* Flaw for .flag i iJraedulut cut image and leg It to the tills; and hie mother, Mrs W. .Ytn.. .e 5 --. .___w.a em III Coast to Coast, Border to Border 12 E. UNIVERSITY AYE.'PEOPLE .
eml.ue. : sms.na ,
tai "1IIrU. \voters" the senator said. H. Cooper Jr. *f Delaware, I O'o $0 oI .. ....

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"Status loss 100 Congress of which active members military for many reserve Aboutl has I the standby from the Reserve ready,"Reserve McNamara to J 'M'FIELDSg O@ @ @ll@ill1f) @. @@1Jill] ID t29QUUITY

:truant free trips to far parts of said. e '
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Secretary of Defense Robert government ofOals appeared to a01w1T
6. McNamara told a news conference apply to the Air Force Navy I. 01000001
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Ito congressmen" and some 150, 1 the: Army Reserve. ,
TWO other federal officials and '
jemployes will no longer be able pRitE5 S ,pSNE i
jo bold ready Reserve assign- & ORG bN
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nor cutbacks and mergers of the I GALORE i
::Army reserves' and National =off List Price on ours
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;ilcNamars: said that senators,I USE YOUR a ,
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f iftttzutl1e Sun : VIEWPOINT II-

: r 1d' The 'Great '

f T -
JOHN *. HAMItON r-rwl...M* M4ruMMwi .4 1l'I,
: .. : : PAr COWLIS vie* ,,.. et Society9By
,*, JLftorida'i Beautiful 1 ll t ;-!11 / | ID JOHNS 011 Vic* PmMMl' 'a
.... SOUTH I '
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-to; +I. '" r'r'r .11.* as/err w. tilt) -
;, --University City 1!:'" i I.. / ., Vie. ,...._ MM A*. : DAVID LAWRENCE a
Vtrtlllnt DlrNrra0.' TAITAOUOMS
". I
:yw Vln PntMMil Hit UnHtunm. M.....,. I ,
.- McGinftrtirur _I WASHINGTON There Is nothing new under the sun-not
run WHIM
":;.."':' THE SUN'S POLICY 0M.. AIIMI* loaf*CMftllllllM even the "great society: ," which has suddenly entered the

political vocabulary in America. For Just 50 years ago, Graham
: lr.. i 1. Report the news fully dnd Jmportlolly In the ntwt column. and
Economics Political
H Wallas of the London School of
: 2. 4xpr. the opinions of the Sun In-tut only In- ditorioli. WhatNext 1 "
Science wrote a book entitled "The Great Society, which
3. Publllh oil sides, of Importont controvtrtlol lltiM*. f5
gave an analysis of the modern state.

.: The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 Mr. Wallas was dedicated to the concept that the proper or.

In :, i ganlzatlon of the economic and social life In a country could

/t, create "happiness." He was a moderate rather than an extreme

"/I minimum housing code t. socialist. Although written five decades ago, his book

deals with the very same trends and problems that are In

: -:::::: is unnecessary"MAYOR Viet Nam? l existence today.
..A ::::;: MR. WALLAS described himself as a "social psychologist

but In sponsoring the "Great Society" he did not say it was

.:.:.,; HOWARD MCKINNEYOn WASHINGTON: NOTES: .,. original with him or with his fellow Intellectuals. .He said that
: General Taylor has returnedto 50 years before, in 1864, "the practical men who were bringing
: Viet Nam with the decision the 'great society' Into existence thought, when they had
August 5, 1961 of the Washington conference i' '' time to think at all, that they were thereby offering an enormously
in'mind. He will try to assista better existence to the whole human race."
stable government to take "Hello, you folks on the finish line! The America n were convinced that, even if the "great society" should den -
In South Viet Nam. Thingamajig still leads by three lengths, but the Russia
=. over There ,
prlve people of some of the romancend
has been none since 1954 when wInds .U.-.,-.U.-. .-.-.,-.11...... 'I.- k..-.Mn-.. ... .ifs.- oven-.... one: increase Intiwcy of_ security of life
i y s China truncated aft.N
would be far
were than
-. A French defeat and a South WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYSTEurope's an
,: j equal return. Famine, it was
North set
... .... up. assumed would be Impossible
-. In the South a government "when any labourer could

Mrr'ti-- was set up which representedthe Worries buy flour and bacon from
-... situation of French colonial the world-market in his vII.
days. The small Christian lage shop," and that "wars
minority was in To would be few and short if
power. nuclear as an unnecessary lems, primarily, but are also
compound the error of failingto Nrui tfark lrtntr. navy they meant disaster to an international
which threatensto afraid of In or stayingout
expense getting
set up a coalition, this gov- By JAMES RESIGN system of credo
divert funds from domestic of Europe, relying on the "
ernment began to t it. Mr. Wallas however
u e PARIS The
persec streets o t ,
programs and also split the Americans for the defense of
the Buddhist majority. Guerrillas Paris are glittering In the alliance gave hit criticism as follows I.
their country and not relyingon
infiltrated into the :
Christmas rush Even
pre -
French officials
e are quite them.
South. with gasoline at 81 cents a blunt about this and think t The Germans are afraid of "Now, however, that the

i gallon, the automobile tangle: they have an historical Justification themselves, and fearful of change has come, hardly
la worse than ever. The any one thinks of it with
THE UNITED STATES, for leaving the main choosing between Washington
which sent its missions in after newspapers cry about the burden of defense to Uncle and Paris I on the organization the old undoubting enthusiasm

t decision by Secretary Dulles state of the Western alliance, Sam. The United States, they of the West. And so It Actual famine has, It
in late 1954 that our policy but their circulation has observe, developed its continent goes with the officials while is true, disappeared from
of containing communism re- dropped. A generation after !In the 19th century behind the people go shopping. the 'great society but there
quired It, has been continually the war, the people have turn- the shield and power of Most of the Europeans are remains 'the constant possibility
Impotent because no political ed away from the perpetual Western Europe. enjoying themselves as muchas of general and uncontrol

loyalty exists in Saigon. alarms of politics and teem Accordingly It Is not unreasonable the new prosperity will allow lable depressions of trade.
to be thinking more about think for The Intervals between great
they Europenow
and It allows quite a
There are signs that General i the family and the wars are
community to develop its own continent lot. They are not thinking apparently becoming
Taylor Is having some J than the world. behind the of the longer, but never has
about world much
power a new ao
in his first The
success steps. The American which the expenditure on armaments
army, United States.
as about a new car or a new
Buddhist opposition, as of this ;Franklin Roosevelt t h o ught The French foreign office, gadget. been so great or the
.. writing, seems to have been would leave Europe within t however is either too logicalor fear of war so constant.

j calmed. The general'i major three after the last war, too "Wars, however, and
task Is to Join the and years cynical, depending on IN THIS SENSE! despite all\ com
the Buddhists Into army sort j Is, not only still standing be- ;your Interpretation, to base De Gaulle' warnings about mercial crises may bethought
: of political accord some that will tween the Elbe River and the ;its long-range policy on the the "Americanization of Euro of as merely acclden-

enable them to North Sea, 400,000 strong, but ;assumption that the U n I tied p c," they are following tal interruptions to a social
1 :r? me goal and to strive see together a common toward Is now almost taken for granted \States will always maintainIts many of the inquisitive habits development which steadily
here, as if the cold war advances in spite of them.
.. it. If General Taylor army in Europe and always of the Americans. They con-
f I were merely a conflict between risk The deeper anxiety of
.. A6 f can achieve this It might allow nuclear war in defense demn our "materialism" but our
.. I 11 ti anI this country to withdraw Moscow and Washing. of France and the other seem to enjoy it In some time arises from a doubt,
ton. We longer regarded allies.OFFICULS. more or less realls-
] with a saving face. art no ways even more than we do. clearly
as the helpers but as the Politically their current ed, whether that development

Almost every report, official / .< chief antagonists; the Europeans THERE do not fight la not so much with the Is itself proceeding on

and reportorial, has com- think of themselves' as quite believe >In our policy of Americans or even wit h the right lines"
mented on the fact that this the spectators. maintaining an expensive Russians but with themselves THE AUTHOR stressed the

country has not yet learned army in Europe permanently, They cannot agree with De fact that village life with I
jl jli I how to fight a guerrilla war IRONICALLY, the Americans as the threat seems to diminish Gaulle on the organization of Its self-sufficiency and individual .

here seem to be more because frankly they the alliance or with Johnson, handicrafts, had given
AMERICANS TRAINED concerned about the future of would not make such a sacrifice and since they are not afraidof way to the monotony of large-
Europe than the Europeans- In scale production, and he saw
aJt guerrilla forces In the Second support of other nations war, they would prefer to
World War The Commandoswere at least they talk more aboutIt themselves. What they leave things about as they ire few signs of "that harmony
more worried about the of the whole being which constitutes
.. so trained. The British apparently fear more than -at least until after the holi
t Location Within the city limits of Gainesville. There ID no running employed guerrillas In Bur- psychological Instability of the anything else Is that the United days. happiness"But

i ] water or plumbing In the house. Note the outdoor privy In left back ma. But the requirements of Germans than the French are. States will act in the future Mr. Wallas declared:

.. ground. It Is shared by two families. There art nine (9) children living jungle guerrilla tactics are A generation ago, Europe was as France would probably that the "great society"
I :: In this house that Is 27 feet by 30 feet or a total of 810 square feet something else. It II not pleading with America to act: That Is to say, that could not turn back. He did

i s'" te building. Kerosene lamp are used for lighting- for battalions and companies porsable think about the common defense we will one day be as nationalistic not think that the problems
and development of a as De Gaulle and go When Dad is sick he expects of the world would be solved
to In
effectively common Western civilization away the whole family to 1 "either by piling up armaments

i 3rd of a Series such helicopter conditions flights Our have major often ; now the French and Also since many French officials wait on him. When Mom is or by strengthening
many other Europeans think under the weather she merely and he
been find it difficult to believe our police, expressed -
non productive. The
we are pressing this Idea too wants to be excused from
that they would risk the doubts whether "w 0 rid.
ens enemy moving small detachments hard and even at the Qua nuclear destruction of P arts waiting on all the rest. (Mason wide coercion" would ever

possesses a commitment D'Orsay, officials do not hesitate and the rest of the European City, Iowa, Globe Ga- be possible. But, at the same

Voice of the larking and In a much fanaticism of the that South Is to insist that It would be capitals In order to avoid anatomic Kite) time, he saw weaknesses in

I People Vietnamese. better It we Just left them attack on New Yorkor the structure of society, and

alone to organize Europe by Washington, so they fearthat particularly in Individual human

Troops trained by Americans themselves.In the U.S, in the ultimate beings who, whether It
On The Sun's Opinion Pagd0I"IX fight well. But they a way, the Europeans Intend crisis, would not risk the destruction The nice thing about the 1 be In trade unions or in corporatkms -
have not felt themselves a not to condemn the United of Washington In order cool days coming is' that one' or In political of-

.". .."' '''.nti *f Sun .*...*.* ore wakes. ,. the VUt .t the /! ...lum.. lttr* part of the people. They have, States but to praise her, to avoid an attack on can go to the market and 1 flees sacrificed the Interest
+ milt be ill-" .*' .*4 .... the .,It,,'. ..*>.... N.m.. will k. wIlkkiM II t...",.4. A lenlf ik....M according to sort of consensus They think we have won the Paris. see women with some clotheson. 1 of others to further their own
...> ....*4 SOO wend ..i mutt k* ."n." M .*" ... ..4.! ./ the ,...*. PMlrv ...... k. M4. Tk e of reports become a senuV cold war in Europe and don't What a treat It will bet ambitions.
i 'Sun.,..r...i...M Ik* rlhl t* "!tae Me Mtw *r M .k.rt.. M, witkml ikiniliif the .'i'..'. IHMIIIM ** mercenary forra. Man T_ know It They are convinced! IF THERE Is a crisis 1 In (Tunes Cynthia Goodale, Los Angeles 1 THE AUTHOR of the book

lung frequently is quoted.; He, that there Is no present Soviet the alliance today then, it Is ) agreed that certain causes of
.. To IgnoreSlums1 permanent nature, can be create problems no one In his is credited with having developed military threat to the conti- largely over abstractions and unhappiness had been removed

Vicliins amortized over several years, right mind will deny. But the the guerrilla type, nent and .therefore wonder speculations about the future but noted that positive -
? and will preserve housingunits. longer we delay, the larg e r forces now used effectively! in, why Wi... fussing at them i The diplomats Ire full I of happiness had not been
.. The landlord who wantsto the problems will become. Asian fighting In his war for more arms and more potaus, as usual. They are paid[ One word can often make produced. He said:

EDITOR, Sun: When housing recapture In a year his Meanwhile, what about the against Chiang Kal she k. \liUcal unity. to worry about future dangers a tremendous difference "The 'great society' has
5 li viewed *i a fundamental costs for a water heater bearIng people who must live in housing Mao said that guerrillas, to As they see it, a new ba 1and they are worrying bar Consider the difference in resulted in a degree of dis-
commodity, necessary for a ten-year warranty desires lacking a hot water supply be successful), had to be like once of power has been e sThe American diplomats are and meaning a wise guy comfort and uncertainty l -
: man'i dally living, and not asa something no other business bath and toilet facilities, fish. For guerrillas the people tabllshed In the world, which i afraid that the Germans, if a wise man (Bob Feen. which was unexpected by
ey, (Davenport Times .
2 possession Imbued with parI man expects on a capital sound screening, safe wiring were water. If the people did I enables them to concentrate) they are not tied ever more crat Dean those who helped to make
ticuUr rights and privileges, Improvement or heating, or weatherproof not enable them to ".... I m for the first time In a generaUon closely into the Western at- it. Its successes have rather

\lie,, 'attempll to specify Its Furthermore, a basic code construction through them and to hide," on some of the domesticprobleml llance, will either want n u- been in- the removal of

minimum quality require* aim 1s to halt housing deterioration Well, they are not organized they could not succeed. that have been neglected clear weapons for themselves certain specific causes of unhappiness -

1 .ments are In the public biter. which shows a significant ; they are a minority: since the war one day or make a deal with Our divorce than bi the products
3 eat and are not "do good- Increase In the last dec they probably don't vote; and TIILRE Moscow on the unification because there ton of positive happin e I ..
'* H\1 BEEN are too
er" meddling. ade. Since much now delegating the corrosive I effects on them no"policy" ACCORDINGLY, many of and neutralization of Ger- married couples many But those successes have
survival sincethf attenough
Arguments that free mar- houaagwillbeour and our community are bidden save them and they are not all I many. husbands and not been unimportant. Xife
d original wives.Manhalllowi .
I 4 Utrt operations will solve our future low cost housing is from public view. So, we Secretary policy of State proposedby Dulles Gaulllsts by any means regard The British are afraid ( Times Republican Is much longer than It was,

: rtaiilng problem have not population Increases and our can safely Ignore them. But and concurred In by the Eisenhower our plans for an allied I their domestic economic prob- ) and disease less terrible. Poverty -

proven valid. From the con economy advances, we should If we do, remember now Matthew administration! to DO longer means the
5 lumec'i viewpoint there I snot act now to prevent Its becoming 23.40: "Inasmuch as ye send our missions Into South hunger. .that made a man

: and never has been much slum housing. have done it unto one of the Viet Nam. Since that time we look like a" lantern all his

of a tree market In housing Arguments that the code unjustifiably least of these my brethren, have tolled with a condition- POTOMAC FEVER We after.
j Jlle has to take what he can extends city pow )e have done it unto me.* Dot a policy. Mr. Villas suggested that
;for he must have shelter. ers and invades private property CARL B. orp Uy JACK WILSON CowIM Washington Bureau men shoud be given more
: But his choice Is limited by rights are examples of If the Buddhist forces and Republican governors come out strongly against extremism. variety in the handling of
*:flat he can afford, by toce- waving the bloody shirt. They 'DoGoodcrs'Raise the younger officers In the worst form of extremism is losing 42 states.GOP The1111W'1 the i machines and some leeway
; than (particularly In the case exhibit little faith In our army can effect a unified for Individual Initiative, and

oOegnes). and by (amity democratic processes or t 1e\ force that will have the support -- urged team work. He pro-

M s1rqSo, he Is at the mercy basic Integrity of our elected Standards of the people then some ...... ; Conservative Brag About those 26 million posed ways to give todivl
cal.l cal conditions: and if a and appointed officials and sort of coalition government ..suspicious. They can't vales but the moderates are.i. duals some sense of responsibility -
.? feral! shortage la eo m- completely Ignore the code's EDITOR Sun: A recent letter might be set up that could say you always be lucky enough to run against 1UJ.. ._ In their work and rem

J .founded by IU -lt.ndard meticulous provisions for due\ has attacked "do-gooders' obtain a treaty and recognition ommended "classrooms out
quality, the consumer's plight process. No fundamental right as being behind the housing with the Viet Cong. How President Johnson of school hours, clubs! gymnasiums
Indeed. code. Could long it would \last says people In India want the same things his or parks" sad
I is serious is Infringed, unless It .be the j the Chamber of none wanted in Texas See-we grandfather
5 Arguments that a b b u sing weirdly assumed right of a Commerce and the national knows. Probably not long. got the Indians and cowboys together transportation facilities to

a code Is a device to obtain landlord te sell i sub-standard association of realtors be considered Yet. such a government that give access to quiet country
5 public housing are earful product to a helpless consumer "<<> -Iooden"t The would have the support of Its The FBI t to
ac<3 Ohio
an farmer Although Mr. Wallas criticized
: phantasies of the "great con- !housing code approach to army and the people mightbe You can't do rylnc shoot down Air Force planes -
: plrtcy" type. They say: If R must also be pointed out maintaining minimum standards able to effect a satisfactory that until you get la be the Secretary of Defense. the the failure to achieve
r owners must meet minimum that the code his little bearIng is backed by the National \ compromise.. If so this country had been advocated societywhich

Ittadards, they cannot do en the_University's student Association of Real Estate would withdraw.But The than M mere
scrip b before be
5 without raising housing costs housing problem, which Boards (unequivocally) and until there Is a stable cigar. h'. well RAW kaawa whether die a mew stall of W1..ton Chart hill should hnw a wrote lilt years book be continued

beyond the means of many has entirely different dimensions. by the U1 Chamber of Com- government there can be no lot. jeu young aid never anmotit to math If you cwioke a to raise doubts as to hew

I people. We seriously doubt Gxwequemly, discussing mere (unequivocally). It Is policy only a condition ex "happiness could be attained
J this is true. Improvements 't a'code in this contest used In hundreds of cities ists. General Taylor b try In the ""..t society. It

o Ctffcary to meet cede re- confuses the issue. with remarkable effectiveness Ing. We can only wart and The Brllb.il Parliament ready Is a problem which President
Squlrementa are generally oil- -' That! applying\ the code will I More VOICE M Fage U) not lose faith. penally. The is admit taws n hw aWUhlat the only question U whether to nuke It retnncUvc. WEcult to resolve.4A .
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_ "4A..r GaiM..lU. SUM Su"d.y. Dc'"r n. 1964 J

- CONSCIENCE News of Special InterestTo SLATES The ladles PARTY ot the Friendship

: <&afttt5uil1e aptlsrchurch art sponsoring a I
I Christmas party on Dec 11.
uu OF
) the Colored Community r

I ._.. JOHN I. "UIIIION.1_ ida.se.rs N.wsltems for this pace should bt directed to Den F. Childs, Colored News The ladies of the Friendship
PAT eoWLla. Ptl.w editor, by mall at 528 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-3733. Do not tend Baptist Church are sponsoring r
, "* Florida's Beautiful 6. Lid -. III JOHNSON Viii Preu.e./. 'i- Items directly to the Sun office.PweN Dec. H.
i .. 7 ......It.. IM..,. w. w N w U-. University City a.Iia.e. Vice ,,.,- w a.DirNM .. The time and place will be
*"""* ..... announced later.
..i* ."'"":,. BASKETBALL SCHEDULEThe .J. Wright was presented a through( the sixth grade. Mrs.
Vu' erww.e w ClrevlNNO' M_.
By RALPH McGill II Edward Waters Col- plaque for his outstanding contribution r, N. Goodman, reporter; Mrs.
' ....ItMr PrtM w.,....... MMt..,
! .. .. TIlE SUN'S POLICY 01 IM A"..... (0s) CMHHMIM lege Tigers' basketball team In the work of the N. Thelma Jordan, principal.
will play two more exhibition A.A C.P. In the Stale of Flori! HOMECOMINGSCHEDULED
t 1. Report the newt'fully and impartially in th. news Column games both against Florida da. Sunday colored news
I 2. (xprns the opinion of the Sun In-but only ln-.dlonolt.. WhatNext Memorial College of SI Au- ognition of meeting the 1914 The first Quarterly Conference The pastor officers and members
t 'v 3. Publish alt sides of Important contoovtrtiol 1 issues ,[ustme. membership quota that was set year will be held today of the Friendship Baptist

The Sun's All 378-1411 The games will be playedIn by the Florida Conference II Zion Temple A.ME. Zion.In Church have set the first Sunday -
telephones: departments West Palm Beach and Ft The Alachua
County branchis connection with the worship In Jan. 196S for their Homecoming
I .. In Lauderdale during the Christmas In the midst of a membership services D.y.Extl'nslve .
holidays Monday. Dec. j drive for 1965 Some members
; I :: :: ".It minimum housing codeis 21, the two teams meet. In of the branch have been Elder Dr. W.of J.the Llmbric Jacksonville, Presiding District plans art In progess -
West Palm Beach and Tuesday working untiringly In getting to make this day a worth
1 .;: Dec. 29, they play in Ft memberships for 1965. will\ preach at the morning while experience In terms of
::ff unnecessary9 Viet Nam? Lauderdale. The N.A.A.C.P. has been services and hold the bust ctivtties provided.CONVALESCING .
session at 6.30 m.
ness p
, The remainder of the schedule working faithfully and courageously
All members will thel
trIAYOn : January I, Saturday, !in trying to make America pay
HOWARD MCKINNEY WASHINGTON NOTES: S. C. A. T., home 15 Friday, better for all Americans.A regular: dues and auxiliaries\ i
.. General Taylor has returnedto Bethune, home; It Monday, 12.00 membership will report for the quarter Mrs Estelle DcBose, of N.W.th .
per years
Viet Nam with the decisionof All officers of the church will St, who is ill at her
Bethune, Daytona Beach: 19 i one of the unique in home
:% On August 5, 1961 the Washington conference Tuesday Morris home; 29 Friday \. Mhkh a person can make ways I be confirmed in this con was reported as doing nicely J
In mind. He will try to assist Albany home; F e b- contribution In helping to [crenie.
a stable government to take ruary S Friday. Paine, make America strong Order of Worship: Church Mrs Alberta Ttllman, a !:
over In South Viet Nam. There home; I Saturday Savannah, The NAACP. needs School 10 am. and mornlnll'worship member of the Ml Pleasant 'j
.. has been none since 1954 when Savannah; I Monday Albany, help The plaque was not your at 11 a m. .fethodlst Church, who Is 111 at rr
I 4a1 Indo China was truncated after Albany, Ca; 11 Thursday, to Rev. Wright for presented his I I Rev W. M Moron, paito her home, was reported as im-
French defeat and a South Morris, Sumter S. C.; 11 Friday work but It was presented to roving! (.;

and North set up. S.C.A.T., Denmark, S.C.; every member of the branch NOTICE Mr. Times of N W. 10th 'i

I In the South a government 13 Saturday Voorhees, Den who has helped to Improve our Thomas Coward, Chairman 01 f Street, a patient In the Veterans ,j
1'i was set up which represented mark S. C., 17 Wednesday, work In the county. the Charter, and the By law Hospital at Lake City, Is
1' the situation of French colon Savannah, home: 19 Friday, The president withes to Committee have begun work home and was reported' as Improving -
ial days. The small Christian Florida Memorial home; 20 thank all of you who helped us in setting up a workable constitution 4
minority was In power. To Saturday, Florida Memorial, lo meet our quota for 14. We and by laws for th e
.. compound the error of failingto St. Augustine and 23-2H-27 S. are expecting to do even bet newly formed South Eas I Mr. Freeman, who was a pa-
... 4 l set up a coalition this gov- E.AC. Tourney, Albany. ter In '65. Branch Boys' Club. Other mem tlent al the Veterans Hospital
4wft Jw 1 ernment began to pence ute t All home games wilt be born on this committee are Rev at Lake City, Is now at his
the Buddhist majority. Guerrillas played at James Weldon John. ENGAGEMENT TOLD T. A. Wright and Ruicell lien, home here and was reported Si
NNw1tl w infiltrated Into tht son High School gymnailum. ry.A much Improved
ALLOCATED lUstTALLAHASSEE work session was held .1
he last meeting Thursday,
TIlE UNITED S T A TFS, A" M University college !>loc, 3, at which time I memo A LANDMVIIK
a.x Isfb..+ Ca which sent its missions In after of Law has been allocated here of the South But Brand h Bible Thought "Jesus stood,
{i u s z decision by Secretary Dulles $2,250 by the American committee' were briefed on a up and proclaimed "If anyone
in late 1954 that our policyof Bar Association for loans to model constitution for this typ e thirst let him corns to mt and
4 containing communism re- deserving law students over of organization. drink. Ht who believes In mt,
". quired it, has been continually I the next year and one-half, The next meeting of the is the scripture his said, '(hit
Impotent because no pt'hlical10YIllY according to an announcement .!MY.M. South East Branch Committee of his heart shall flow rivers of
exists In Saigon. by Ally Thomas Miller Jen- Us been called by Dr. C W living water," (John 7.0731

There are signs that General king, dean. Banks, Chairman for Thursday RSV).
Taylor Is having some The amount allocated Is to Dec. 17, it 730; p m. I In -
Trwe success in his first steps The be used for law school student the Boys' Club library, I
loans during the
Buddhist opposition, is of this
; writing, seems to have been Jan. 1, 1965 to June 1, 1961, Sunday colored News The steak room of the University .
calmed The general's major over a three-trimester period. PERSONALS Inn was the scent fori I
task Is to join the army and The FAMU College of Law Mrs Kslerlene Pope am I birthday luncheon honoring :
the Buddhists Into some sod was one of (1 approved law Mrs, Aggie Nora Spain, hot Mrs. Katherine Davis on last .
of political accord that wit] schools In the United Slates to of Conway S.C., were vlsttln 1 Sunday,
enable them to see a common which funds were allocated Mr. and Mrs. blah llsmll here. They left last Saturda :The luncheon'
was given by
goal and to strive together toward The funds were made avail ton announce the engagement t for their home Mrs. Wills DFoxwnrlh her niece Mrs Pit
It. If General Taylorcan able during a recent three-day ,of their daughter. Gladys LouIse reporter. Nelson. Demps-
1IL Managing Committee of the (above to Albert Lore
this It might allow Mrs. Wllla D. Foxworth, r.
this country to withdraw Fund for Legal Education and M, son of Mrs. Ethel Lea Cash I porter Those attending the affair lo

with a living face. Its hint subcommittee on alloca 'and n'. p,the ur.rlnb late John r.. Cash, Jr, Mrs Helen Sullvan left ye 1 to help Mrs. Davis celebrate Included -

Almost every report official Mr:-Cash;'j It lerday for Atlanta, Ga., to Miss Jesnettt Dawes,
A' ; IAr a 1961! graduate Mrs.
and reportorial, his commented WALDO NEWSAnslversary from visit with her daughter, Mr I. Blancht Cox Mrs. Ella
Rlaley High School
on the fact that this Brunswick a Helen H. Henry, for two week I.MII**], Mrs Mattlt Williams,
Postponed' He lives In
I Mrs Jan Williams of Tim Mrs. Nettlt Bell Dean, Mr.
it rJ country has not yet learned New York ,
Rising Star Chapter No. 41 City where he has., \
how to fight a guerrilla war. completed pa, whose visit here for th. Arils Ross ind Mrs. Ida John
." anniversary set for Sunday, I course at the programming
.r I Dec 13, at the Waldo Elementary and System Institution past week has been pleaisnleft t son.

M r AMERICANS TRAINED School has been poet.pined and majored In an I. B.M. yesterday for her home -
+ until liter Mrs. Ernes Tabulating and Wiring Degree,
guerrilla forces In the Second
tine Bucklin W, M; Mrs. A. The! wedding will be sn NEWBERRY NEWS CARD Or THANKS
World War. The Commandoswere
,.' trained'The British L. Rivers, W. P.; Mrs. Lucille event of Sunday Dee 20, at t Newberry School Hlhlllil/ Mr and Mrs. Arthur Cox
location: WitMn the city limits of Gainesville. There I Is no running so in Bur Roberson, reporter. the Union Baptist Church, The regular monthly meellni I would like to thank the persons
:e = water or plumbing In the house Note the outdoor privy in left back But the guerrillas ol While Plains, N. y !School P. T A. will htt hel d I who sent wtddtng gifts who
Around It U shared by two families. There are nine (9) children living ma. requirements CLUB SLATES MEETING I Tuesday, Dec 15, In the IIchnolCatetf'rll : I I live no return addresses to
:' In this house that IK 27 feet by 30 feet or a total of 810 square feet jungle something guerrilla else It tactics Is not art The City-wide Beauticians AILING AT HOME at 7.30 pm, heir daughter, Ann Lola Mr
-_. in the building: Kerosene lamp are used for lighting. for battalions and companies possible Club will meet today at 4 p.m. Mrs. Shrha Johnson la ailingat All Patrons are urged lo be. ind Mrs Arthur Cox.
to move effectively In at the home of Mrs. Alice Gas her home Mri. F. D. Shan- present and on lime. -
3rd of Series such conditions. Our major kiss, of Mil S. E. 4h( AvenueIn nin reporter.NOTICE The Annual Christmas Program SILVER TEA JET
a helicopter flights have often a business meeting.OBSERVANCE will be held ThursdayDoc. Th. ladles of the Friendship
been non : productive The 17, at 1:10: pm. A very Baptist Church are sponsoring i
enemy, moving small detachments :\ OF MEN'S The City wide Beautlclin nice program Is being/ planned tea at the church on Dee, 13,
\ possesses 's commitment DAY Club will met at the home of vor your enjoyment.The Sunday, from 4 p m. to f p m,
and s fanaticism that Is Sunday U near, all roads Mrs Alice Gaskln, of 14I. SC public Is cordially Invited -
Voice of the People lacking In much oI.lhe South lead to N. E. Ith Avenue The 4th Ave today at 4 p m. to attend free of charge The public II Invited.
Vietnamese.: place Bartley Temple the An. The entire Newherry Elmenary -
nUll Men's Day Observanceat SINGER TO PEAR School Family exlendi to tUWTJIUltNE NEWS

I Troops trained by Americans U a m. The Supreme Angela of Milwaukee you s Merry Chrlstmsi sodIYepernus Program planned
-On The Sun' Opinion Page. fight well. But they Joy and happiness each year WIs. will appear In a New Year, There will be a program, entitled -
have not felt themselves I has been brought to souls who musical rl'<'ltallt the Mt. Olive "Youth In Piridt" si the
: 0,<*i... tot ..mm.... .* Son t..t.n .....".. I heh.. V*+.. .t tk. Fa**!Ie ......... Letters part rf the people. They have, have witnessed this high spirt- Primitive Baptist Church 'ntlRtll ANNOINCIMENTS Galilee Church Sunday
...t k* shied led been she VfitM'i ....... ...*..... wilt 1i *.....14 H ",....4. A Uttw lk....MM according It sort of consensus lUll) occasion. todayat Bipllst on -

....<4 500 *w4. .*i mint k. wntna m MM e.e Md. d Id. MM fMtrr ..MMI k* H4. Tk 130 p m. on behalf of' Choir I St. Luke Missionary Baptist st 1 p m,
: S.. ,..'-" Iki "..ht N rl..ct ear .- !. .......* M, .......t .k...l.. Ik. .rl .f.. in.....t w of reports, become I semi- In this modern world time N.. I Mrs Fleets Hamilton, .Sunday !School 130 I m.g
'...... mercenary force. Mao T..- and organisations must be sponsor. morning worship, II a m. imjhe Music for tilt occasion will be
tong frequently la quoted. He keys to meet the changes and and his furnished by Choir No. 2.
To permanent nature, can be create problems no one In his the pastor
Is credited of
IgnoreSlums1 with having de. men Bsrtley Temple
amortized over several years right mind will deny. But the the believe this and have 'UlJlfI NEWS of the St. Luke Baptist For an afternoon of fine ..nt -
: Victim? and will preserve housing longer we delay, the larg tr forces veloped now used guerrilla effectively&y p e all out to make these occasions gone fpwlsl Notice Church will conduit a joint t Itrtaliimeni plan to be present.
units The landlord who wantsto the problems will b ,com. Asian fighting In his WI' to be long remembered. Rising Star Chapter No6 Service at the Philadelphia/ -
: EDITOR Sun When housIng recapture In a year his 1 Meanwhile what about the against Chiang Kai ahek I The morning prayer will be anniversary set for today at 1 Baptist Church at Lake City PUNS ClIRUTMAJ PARTY
costs for a water heater bear. people who must live In two p m. al the Waldo Elementary 1 p m. The public Is Invited
: is viewed ss a fundamental Mao said that guerrillas, to offered by Joseph Johnson, and Tine! fnvlneil lodge No. M \Isiponwring
commodity, necesssry for ing a ten-year warranty de. lug lacking a hot water supply be successful had to be like I the evening services the prayer school has been postponed .until Miss Heats Rents reporter; a Chrklma party
: man's daily living, and not asa sires something no other business bath ind toilet facilities, fish. For guerrillas the people will be offered/ by R H. G. later Mrs Frnestlnt Biklln Rev N. A. )(acks"n, parti. al the home of Mrs, Ellen:
: possession Imbued with particular man expects on a cspUtal sound screening, safe wiringor were water If the people' did Floyd. Special prayer for the W.M. Lake Butter'' llnpev/el/ Turner M Dae. II at 4 30 p m.
rights and privileges, Improvement. heating, or weatherproof not enable them to "..1| m senior eltiiens will/ be made by A M E.lunda, !School It I Ia
: then attempts to specify Its Furthermore, a basic code construction through them and to bide," Jody Dlxion, Jr. PUN PROT.RAH m.: morning worship' 11:30 .

minimum quality r. 1 u tree aim is to halt housing deterioration Well, they art not organized they could not succeed The special services /honor The Religious Choirs' Union, s m., bumntM meeimj. 1 pACE When Dad Is sick ht ..-
: menu are In the public Inter- which shows a significant ; they are a minority: tog I seniors citizens, will 1 be will." present Us program entitled m.. League I pm., pests the whole, amityi
: cot( and are not "do good- increase In the last dec- they probably don't vote; and the first el Us kind In this Chnirs In 'ar ad," al the 'and evening worship, 1 pmrorship. wail on him. When Mom Is
tf'" meddling ade. Since much now delegating the corrosive! effects on them THERE HAS BEEN no area Receiving these donors Cast New Port Baptist Church 7 p m. Rev Cllfflnn under the weather she merely
I ".Arguments that free mar- h.uslagwillbecur and our community are bidden policy"thepolicy" save survival: since will be Willie D. Burgess, Char- Monday at I p m. Summons pastor) Mrs WIIlM. wants to be excused from

: ..het operations will solve our future low'cost housing as from public view. So, we by Secretary original puUy of State proposed Dulles Its Chestnut ST., Iriah GUI Mae Perry, reporter' wining on all Ilk, rest. (Vta-
: housing problem have not population \Increases and our tan safely ignore them. But and concurred Prof. A. Q. Jooes, Rev G. W.Haile 8LATM PROGRAM wllllsfon Sunday school ... City. !-*, Cibiht. raStlMI -
proven vilid. From the con- economy advances, we shouldact If we do, remember now Matthew to' by the Etaenhtwer Tom Rollins Sr., C).... The! A. Quinn Jones Elementary with E. L Strain' In charge
: sinner's viewpoint, there Isjot now to prevent its becoming : a 40: "Inasmuch as yt send our missions Into' South to ter S. Hill, and F-ddit Thompison. School will. prevent Its II a m.. morning worship IIm
: and never has been much slum bousingArguments have done It unto one of the Viet .Nam. Since that time w. The Nol" In t the auditorium a .. and evening worship, .
: of a free market In hawing that the code unjustifiably least of these my brethren, have toiled with a condition- I of r>> the school en Tuesday, Dec communion 7pm. The public
die has to take what ha can extends city p a w- yt have done it unto me." ,not a poUcy. ruqcc Fncj.vru> f ill, al T.M pm. Is invited. Rev J. H. Phillip. The nice thing about the
i -feC for bt must have shelter ers and Invades private property CARL B. OPP, I At the recent NAACP. Con-[ This program will Nature ,.."m. Mrs BWMH MM W.. tool days corning la that tnt
;hut his choice Is limited by rights art examples of If the Buddhist forces and .tensors In Tallahassee, Rev:..T, [pupils from_-t the kindergarten l)ley reporter till go to the market_ and)
-what he can afford by locaHtMn waving the bloody shirt. They 'DoGfNMlClVRaise the younger officers to DM art women with wine clothes/
10 particularly In the cast exhibit little faith la air army can effect a oatfled] --I 011. What a treat It will bet
:: of Negroes I l. and by family democratic processes er t a e force that win have the sup POTOMAC FEVER 4 iCynlhta Gondalt, U Aagtbs
% So, heI\ at the mercy basic Integrity of our elected StmulurdsEDITOR. sot ell the people the tome Times
and If a coalition By JACK HI1.MOS, Cow let Haahlngtoa Bureau
: :::.bI local conditions; and appointed officials aid governmentmight
-wieral shortage is earnpaisdtd completely! ignore the code's Su: A recent letter b. set up that loud Republican governors tome out strongly against txtremlnm. They figure the .
':'. by substandard meurulmis provisions for due has attacked "'dogonders"as obtain a treaty and recogni worst form of extremism is losing- 42 atatew

.. quality, the consumer's pRghtI process. Me fundamental right being behind the bowingcodt. ton with the Viet Cong. How thane One word can often make
.; Is serious \indeed. to Infringed unless it be lot hind tilt Chamber .f long K would .last none .(>OP C.naerrative.crag """ 29 million. vale, but lilt moderate* artjunpklou a I r t m t ndous difference.
; that a weirdly assumed right *f a Commerce and tnt national knows Probably not long. .. They say you cast always ht hooky enough lo run against |IItJ.. Consider the differ tut* In

Arguments ..aansmg bta.a landlord to sell a substandard association of realtors, be considered Yet. such a government thatwould :i'dL't: I meaning between a wise guy
:: code Is s device product to a helpless con "do gmders"* Tht bYe UM support if Us Presides Johnwiis aaya people the ease thing hU grandfather" and a wise. man (Bob Feeey *-.
public housing art fearful sumer. bowing code approach toI army and the people night wasted .1st Tesa. fiee-we finally got the Indian* and row.Soys together |D**..,.* Tlm" .Demotrsii -
ol the emspfrllC'J
: phantasies/ 'great
: type. They lay If.awoers n most code also has be ntUt pnfertH bear.tut I IIWI backed IrlirtC vtaonom by t lilt Nttims-standards be able to. effect. If ....saUafactorycooipromiM. this eoun- Tht FBI srr.M. an Ohio tar..trying!. shoot dews Air Force plane, I ,I

must meet menu ium that the Association m .( Real Estate try would wttMrav. Yon east do that an til ;.t get lo .h. the Heerelary of .,." ..... .
F- Standards they carnet doe Ing oa the University's s latent

....witNxit/ raising houautt; coats nouso-g problem, which Boards ItsnequrvocaOyl and But srtj 0wrt \Is a stable The scrip now I* whether n new atalte .HlnMi Churchill should show a I Our divorce problem exlsUbrtaust A
!' beyond the meaaa al many lag cairtly dofereat tun-. fey BM If!. Chamber of Cnv government. Cure cats bt a* cigar. It'a well known yeses die youaf and never .....t .. Much If you snake a i ilit. there art Im many
people. We seriously dllftt uons. ConsequenOy, discussIng Theft onequhoraOy Bed la pottry snJjr a eondMioi etists. married couplet aid set
*"tt. \ii true bnproventatsMtassary the code la this context' >ks nondred of chum General Tarter la try enough husbands and wivesManaaflitv

I to meet ce4. re confuses tie .a.. with remarkable efflKtivefletsMet inc. We ran snip wait, awl Tht Brllfch" Parliament b .1 ready U peas a h. aMUhlnf the death ( Times IU
"quutments art feneraUy of a That appfyvg the code win ( XMCC oa Page Ml sot Wee fait*. Jf1IoIIt,. Tile only qaestkm. .In whether It snake It rttroncllvl. ,."Ir

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Sunday, December II. 1964 Gotnesvi Sun U. .

Of Congressmen Free. 'Truiniuo"Face' Loss Trips 50 STORE BUYING POWER SAVES YOU SSS <

WASHINGTON (AP) -About islative branches of the govern nnD1J.M.FIE1DS@fuITn
100 Congress members face the ment from the ready Reserve to

loss status of which active military for many reserve has the standby Reserve," McNam nfiffifS ll@m1P .:/@W CSU )]) nl I\-.m11ll1\ \.
said. t
meant free trips to far parts of ara 1
Die world as annual training. His orders dealing with key
Secretary of Defense RobertS. government offlals appeared to gUALITT
McNamara told a news con apply to the Air Force. Navy DISCOUNT
ference Saturday that "about and Marine Corps as well as,
1M congressmen" and some 150, the Army Reserve. f
000 other federal officials and EDI
employes will no longer be able Ir&ref P ICE SSLpS
to hold ready Reserve assign tEOORGAN
ments.! I S4E
"It Is a waste of manpowerand iAN D -
funds," McNamara said as t ,
he announced a series of orders L/moe 1
for cutbacks and mergers of the t 1I _
Army reserves and National rr f 1 List Price on our: J} -
Guard. *' I / 1 Entire Stock of \ I
Reserve commissions of the I y e GRUEN WAY!
affected officials range from i WALTHAM *-.3 i I mm & FLAY THEJEskg ORGAN. 4 60 'S2COND.
1 M i > i .% g"
two-star major generals down to | HELBROS f I t
captains and lieutenants. "----- a watches = tips my as fl-B-C and 1-2-3 y
McNamara said that senators,I USE YOUR j
ca I e. or. .p wed e ,
:. : :1 i
representatives and the others CENTRAL CHARGE ot s.h.h..w. '
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: More Opinions on Housing Code It ; IIISMART'I; : '

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If (Continued from Page 4A) city. We desperately need to Time to DellerCity's FHA and Veterans' housing development of the ordinance. \ 1VAi T knit". C

I Just recently In Brunswick, get passed the Minimum money we have long been I support the position of th, iAr
Ga. and Charlotte, N. C. Housing Code for severalreasons. using.I commissioners who favor the "
R was 'do-gooders" who HousingEDITOR code and believe that their I
the Gainesville
helped bring F.H.A. 221 hour commend auk ITY SHQP&SAVEJ
\ We certainly, as human be-
Sun It to will be In the
: seems leadership 1
.I ing to Gainesville (notably, Ings should be COD c e r lied Sun for its consistently good t)1iC0U1At
> the much praised Lincoln about the me that a very excellent reporting on this matter, Its greatest Interest of this community '
Estates), which Is In many abacus getting removed impossible and foundation has been laid In printing of opinion letters pro I think It Is time to I : : an i ,
and and Its excellet edi the ordinance and getting ATFIELDSOPEN
con, pass
i years the only thing other housing that could be Gainesville over the past several
with the hard workof
torials enactment on
f here to Improve housing opportunities improved repaired and ,made years for some progress I
The City Commission, has improving housing
for tow Incomet fit for human habitation, We
in housing available for low
properly had public hearings ditions in Gainesville.! eon-I
t families. cannot afford to have housing Income families. Need has and Is to be commended for MVXLNE
5 The Sun Is to be commended without plumbing, running
been established b civic j
for continued support of water, safe heating facilities, 1 1 ;
1 the housing code. Passage of etc., In this day and age as groups of great merit which I sf
the proposed code is a workable it creates a health and fire have worked with the City I BJ'r'
[ means to bringing our menace to all the rest of us. Plan Bur A reasonableand I
[community standards up to Why should my health be en- workable plan has been : ,.; Tradition with Authority

par. dangered Just because some developed by the Plann I n g I '. in theClassic '
ARTHUR L. FABRICK alum landlord wants to make Department with the advisory I :: 5
a "killing" on a lot of shacks help of representatives of the : Blazer
r [National Board he calls houses? Citizens Housing Association, _
Also as a city we should the Gainesville Board of Ij.V
Codes have enough pride to want to Realtors the League of Women 4.a NLYr
Supports and the Gainesville I
eliminate the eyesores these Voters
alums represent. I cannot Builders AslOCla t Ion : Aa eminent British
EDITOR, Sun: On Nov. 12,
understand with little While It Is probably impossible I rapidly juuxlng
fl964, at its annual convention, a city so cousin
f.. [the National Association 0 f pride in its own appear to suit everyone, there : an lncreulagAmcd- l
[ Real Estate Boards adopted ance and so little desire to be has been general agreement \ ( can acceptance each
that it would after full discussion on the /
a statement of policy for 1965 progressive \ year.Rw casnul >cleu >
set of minimal I I standards : ,
want to keep these filthy
t' which contains among other assume so wnatHj b
statements and alums going. Also I cannot proposed.
a role In tIle wardrobe,
\i, b pledges the following: understand a city that wants Two points need to be emphasized /p- 1 as witness ttts all wool
,4 We hold steadfastly to the to keep people living like First, the fact of
animals We either want de- \ flinncl. blazer b an ro
principle that the right community living under the 1'
own, rent, and dispose of real cency or we don, It la just close conditions of a city I \\ 'usually wUo choice of'circumspect
property, and the right to use that simple make It necessary to provide j. + colorings,
it freely within the >limits of Another reason we need the under our government for the authentically tailoredIn
i U necessary measures to protect housing code Is to try to step common health and safety of the natural traditionbyCollcjoIIalL
the public health and up the physical level of life the people The question of $35.
safety, are Inherent In a free limiting someone's freedom TODAY
at the same time we Ire
"y} society, traditional In our na starting to talk about vocational has to be asked in light of
tion, constitutionally protected education and ways to how his situation of sanitation NOON TILL 7 P.M.
and indispensable to the for example, affects his
help the get out of their
p. preservation of i n d 1 vidual poor neighbor's health. A tenant
wretchedness. How can
freedom" you should be secure in the knowl-
get a child Interested In wantIng -
r "We believe that the improvement edge that his landlord has
to learn trade to be
a or
of the living stand furnished a safe means of
ards of American families 1 a technician when he goes heating Children should be 1
In bstandard home to a shack without :S
still residing i u safeguarded against infection I
,," housing represents a challenge screens or even glass In the from contaminated wit I r.
: to private enterprise 1 windows, or how can you In- Second, the housing code MEN'S SHOP
and all levels government. terest him in learning to keep should give Gainesville help e.J
". we pledge the support clean and dress neatly when In securing financial loan assistance I :
1" and cooperation of the Nation he has to go to a pump for (for building sufficient ,.
al Association of Real Estate all his water and has no electricity housing, particularly low rental I1n W. UN IV. fit .1660 : :'r 4 +4t. Pr ;?

Boards to the following program Then are additional federal I I
: JUDYE BENNETT programs beyond the
"1. Secure adoption and I. I
enforcement adequate minimum -
+,<,, housing and sanitation
codes in every community

with the objective of limiting ,_ .10.
Is'l local and state welfare assistance
payments to housing
which meets the provision of st'iirndrrf1010w
r 't such codes.
"2. Redirect the existing
sub-market Interest rate program
of the Federal Housing

Administration by emphasizIng > lcrl G1rpDie'rora6Cotios
its use for rehabilitation IOY'S '
and by limiting Its use to non
governmental sponsors for 4e WOOl CARDIGANS! '.",.. "e"t, Preea "JUMPERS

only (a) families eligible for
rental assistance d 11 bursed 487 SLACKS $378Consp.

through state and local welfare .V.f..l.ft
agencies and (b) other COM,. Value J.Wlutfon
low Income families who are
unable to obtain s I a n d ard luxurious front;,
housing In the private market Shotlandil icoop pecks
with 25 per cent ef family long sleeve crew Dacron Cr Cotton Site Braid trims 4 col-

Income" r,. neck 6-18 Creole stay In, brsj7'14
It should encourage those In itiei 34 to 40/
who are concerned that the Ivy styled Wosh 'N
adoption of a housing cede
by the Gainesville City Commission -
might be a departure
from the American I way OUR OWN PRIDE
of life, to know that not only
i the U.S. Chamber of Commerce WASH'N WEAR
but also the National l'i l'iI.
: Association of R e 11 I Estate
Boards is formally pledged asa DRESS SHIRTS Ev

matter of national policy to
"secure adoption and enforcem -
e a t of adequate minimum $A58 fAll r

housing and sanitation. codes
in every community. The
Gainesville Board of Realtors
Is a member of the National cotton with convertible I".r I ; :
Association of Real I Estate: cuff. Smooth broadcloth or '
Boards. Ivy oxford Choice of colon

MRS. FREDERICK K. HARDY -, ? &17,collar trylei, Sues 14 to __ t! r _, ThL

To Aid SupplyOf

MINI hll Z ,....11
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Low Rentals Terry Wrap Chocolates

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EDITOR, Sun: There has
been some concern that the St Scuffs 2.31 1.12"'
housing code win raise rents.

Many do not understand that 2.58 Rich with Moray Delicious. Handsomely
the code will\ actually make
Chose Fruits G Nutt Box.d.
(deal for Shoving
possible an Increase 11the ,,
supply of good low-rent bousing
With such a code Gain- 1,1"1 I. P.rie Ladies, TODAY ONLY ,

vUle can qualify for 7.HA.D3 The Man This Cologne r 3 P Dresser Set fRill VI! pound
construction: : loans for low Give Luxurious New Sport ShirtStock's c. Reds" '.onut t with

rentals. With these loan fecal 78- 97' every pound o' rah

builders wiQ do more in good presents Locklana a princely new shirting. roo..ef Co.hwlSe
and the Increase
low-rent housing
In available rentals Impeciobly tailored by Hothowoy. This Imported blend of 50i Fropronc.s contCM' J Comb m.eeor.. brush ond hoed ,.3 8 LB.n .

should worst places cause to many be abandoned of the cotton, 50% ..wool Is sumptuously toft. no prickly

or Improved.In feel'ng next to the skin And Locklona never mots, shrinks or 1
accord with a sell help ryw
I fades McDuff Dress shown) and five __
philosophy\ we can't qualify other masculine yIi 11_ _

for D-J loans without setting : tartons and solid shade cvoilob'e.' '
to I up-grade the over aU''
housing picture through a''
minimum standards code. !
This Is not a matter of public Hathaway Locklana Solids $15.95 Tartans $19.95
housing but ef free enterprfae -
builders and hmstors Tkt trtdli rod,' I F' Os+er i Jilt beg/ foe par y u .

being encouraged to do more I SLEEPY SUSAN 80WL A MATIC HAIR DRYIR
in good low-rentals. Why cast I
we give M a arT I'' r $387ai I'9 8 ;3 67D


I IJt'8 ; .14 uecII. eM ell err Areo. t. n fuefool w b c.4.Aeoi""t e es
a QuestionOf .-let. VeJu.I ant e. Lea Ms '
Decent Living 6.IaI h =


a won knpratfcai. ef GAINESVILLE-Acres Free Parking
Gamesome than the submnd- 'tetwriltf Pe41ete. JWm,Lard Jeff.Safety toM a.....
ks J.S. 441 N. ot 23rd lltd. PKone 1161192Sunder
InS shacks we can see M I'
many aenhbornoods of the '

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U Golnetviile Sun Sunday, December 13, 19(4 -Painter
,. ,' .'" ; Tax Share I

330 -Ha31S -; Usual Year-End Optimism Gainesville stands to receive
J51008,40 from the state bever-

business briefs I age department, the city's shareof

300 I Dampened by Uncertainty Gainesville cigarette during taxes, October.collected in '

\1 .,.u.. ... .. .... .. ..... . I Other communities and their
O 'Nrui'Cork JFlmw In (he last three weeks hedging on thepossibility It,----- 0.1 sbare'.or 'ta*' payments: Ala-

3IS I THOMAS E. MULLANE1 r many paper profits have suddenly -might oat occur. NEW OFFICERS C. R. Painter Corp.. P. chua '2330.11; Archer *!,-
By Financial Editor turned into potential tax In the last 67 years, SO have Officers for the approachingyear Box 14002, University Stat I o n, 017.86; Hawthorne $1,11158;
I 370 NEW YORK losses. Since Income taxes are seen the stock market averages were elected this week by dealing In construction with 100 High Springs 2370.12; LaCrosse
I ; scheduled to be reduced In wind up December witha the Gainesville Restaurant
menU on the labor fron ihares of common stock at mar 191.49;
W.dn T ursde r1; 1965 a lost taken this year net gain for the month. Assn. Wal-
M.n u.a renewed nervousness eve > value. Incorporates were $529.85; Newberry ; .
could have more Value to This though the market Alan Lederman of Alan'a Cu.j
327 BriUln'i economic situatlor I year dward M Reizen ,Guy E.,do $387.07, _..? .. --H,
many Investors.Meanwhile will have to Step last to bana, was reelected president; -
combined last week to CBS! ... ...
320 M/ranieb Investor buying set Iii losses of the first two I Richard Mason Park Lane -
335 Ud.r Ir.uw. shadows on the U.S. economy: weeks. Dramatic political l i l 1 I. Cafeteria vice president; and '
Intrest has waned apprecIably -
They spread' I pall over the
stock market, too. A better tone did developlast corporate or economic news the Betty Mason Park Lane secre: FREE OF'r CHARGE!:
32 may be needed to provide ,
Induttrisr. Tax selling has also been I week, but trading was still tary-treasurer
Ioc Alr.ntt slow. spark. There wan little of thatto Appointed to the board of directors I > avtrtth
playIng a significant m I rice t;

:.U t. AP average .! .* stocks r: ; dons 3rd wed role In recent weeks. It has I Thus Wall Street's normally though be assessments found last of week the, cur-al- College Inn were; John George Hintermister Loomis,,:i .'.,...,.,.... ...-._. i J
affected the and mood has
IauatwPNf a eKK KKKNKKKIeM''tKKM t eK buoyant year
rent economic picture and the
weak stock been noticeably: dampened, but Holiday Inn; Paul Maggard ::.:;:::- I,
outlook (for 196S continue favor .
BIG' groups, and at Wet'k the optimists have not yet con- ferry's Drive In; Beverly
able. The common view is
Vinn, Wtnnjammcr and Virgil
the bull ;
same time ceded that the great mar-
1 I iu the new year will see a further
Harvard Gertner'LNEW
CABINET/ Tgl] profit takln g ket or the last two and one- expansion perhaps as ,UNDERTAKING
ias put preBunnerve; half years Is nearing an end. I
much is I per cent in the C. Edwards Gaines-
sure on some Nor are they ready to give up natlon'i gross product. Hugh ,
ville developer, has been named -
o f. the year'sb hope for the traditional yearend Stock market sentiment has .
d I III gainers. .. rally. though some are now been affected the to handle the pre engineered -
recently by
--- -- -- --- steel
S1195a. threat I of>> a railroad strike anda buildings produced ''I
: work the docksIn by the Star Manufacturing
I II I. Manufacturing llunuc'cl'NanlCd stoppage on Co. of Oklahoma City the'
.+.lama the next few weeks and pessimism company said last week. 'I r ",
l over a steel strike
t _..lUM40rt. for GE Plant !next Edwards has built more than
I \ rear year. 2,200 homes in the Gainesvillearea I SERVICE .
Union E. (Gene) Floyd a UnU! Heversify was graduated: from the Of the three steel looms as plus the Gainesville Shop-t

I of Florida graduate In UF with a degree In industrial the most serious problem. Wall Edwards said Mare Edel- IM.Y
has been named, Street Is becoming Increasing. -
1918 manager engineering, with time out from wards Industrial Park.
A.v?n. 5 TUBE RADIO of manufacturing activities for studies to service in World War ly convinced that a major Edwards said Marc Edel-I Mr. Merchant: -
the General Electric Battery II. He also served during the steel strike is to be avoidedthe his firm's
wit/i TONE CONTROL Products section located here Korean. war, price could -be high and stein coordinator Mora bad debts and worthless checks will originate
will handle sales and
L. P. Hart Jr.. GE general the difficulties in reaching a erection I between now and Christmas than. during the. entire
Big,dltttactbvly ktytd eablntt, powwM tpMkw and of Star buildings. '
said will take settlement great, believe. rest of thevote
manager Floyd many
full-rang ton control kftng you ktg !told sound TWO CHARTERED ,
I bill new duties Monday. The upcoming steel negotiations >> I
I Ma''ela'ant plastic cabinet has tt1rct t."..**)(mow are complicated by the_ Chartering of two Gainesville Most such losses can be avoided In a few seconds I
walnut finish. Floyd's last asslgnement wasIn' I
credit application through
struggle for control of the' corporations was announced by time, by1 clearing every
Quality built chants will S"Into' Inctedlng r cttrter sad Syracuse, N. Y., where he i union between the incumbent t: Sec. of State Tom Adams this' Notional .Credit Exchange, Inc. ',?,
r-rchlng built-in antenna was manager of manufacturing I
leader, David A. MacDonald,, week. Incorporates are not t
.. engineering for GE. Since JoinIng a
Euy-lun station .l.cterefi ,volume CMiU i red necessarily.corporation f f Icers. J.I
and his
challenger I.VV. Abel. National Credit Exchange t tI
ItpanU ton control the corporation: 11 years I
.. he also has been assigned If the battle goes to a vo .,
ago Harbour Lights Inc., of 3500' (COLLECTIONS*
big test In February, as Indicated !
In Schenectady N. Y., and Erie, v SW 13th St., restaurant and'
Pa bargaining talks may Phone 376-4566 or 372-5301 ,
ftZ""Ir! USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGEIIIIM well be hampered until the cocktail lounge with 1,000 of'
and his wife have
site in the purchased vicinity outcome Is known In March. common stock at (10 a share.incorporators .: Free Public Sen-ice for the 5th
a building .a. (Offered a ,
W Jose phi
: of Westwood Jr. High I o4e 'E That would leave relatively little were II ) ,
: h.. time to settle what prom- Willingham, Hugh C. Edwardsand I consecutive yao.
School NW 34th St. and 16th
Sam T.
ISM two. Dell. .1
Ave., where they expect to build In n moat difficult _
a home. The couple has two negotiation before the contract J. I(
Hi. children. deadline on June 1. \ :

The new GE executive II I Paradoxically, steel has just.j FURNITU E
i. JlfffcEE PARKING ONTO /19 LOT Pensacola native, born Nov. 4, logged the greatest year in \

,.' ,. '1923. He attended Fletcher High history and yet many \ and '
Sur Theta Mw. Tk.. Juil A H.riw.r. SUN \ Issues are trading around the kl
L ela1t1A1" "Th.! ,\!!11\*...!!.!........../......\!!...\.\"..s.\\e.\ School In Jacksonville 'UH Beach._ __FLOYD__. ___ __.__._. year's lowi. I
Meanwhile the second I II

f dampening Influence on the I I Ii
.; I stock market last week ling,
ering f'"enngl Christmastime anytime! Count on Penn y'. ish government's ability to

NJNAV8 for latest. fashions you look smart spend littler I solve the present economic, CLEARANCE .
crisis was causing Increas-

.. .... ing concern among U.S. Inves
) ,
.... tors.Leading

I ers hen,International however remain bank. I Everything MUST Go All At Huge Savings- t

calm over the situation. Confidence : If,
Wonderful Christmas gifts 1.
leuns to be widespread
r i that Britain All ONE ONLY i:
I can weather the I II fully guaranteed :
I current storm without resortIng Cleaned and Serviced
to devaluation. NATIONALADDING
ar Other bullish factors last
week included the 1-cent-a-I MACHINES CASH
pound rise in the price of I

! ,lead; the recent spurt In retail LIKE NEW REGISTER .
sales: the Commerce De Manual fir Electric -

: w partment's prediction that conjunction Netional Besot Remington 10 TOTAL
r I
a .
: V would exceed activity this year's next peak year Underwood Burroughs ORIG. LIST $2500
: level by 3 per cent, and the PRICE $2950 :

; :::: ., Blanket automotive Industry' record NOW $595 4 S
Save! Electric I i
: ".,...' I weekly production of 257,72 '
cars, almost almost II All Priced
r,.: with fluffy Supernap! cent above the year-ago figure.Offsetting .I I RECONDITIONED Good REAL-SHARP "

,statistic however Thru AND CLEAN
: ... A99 Give A Swiss Movement, was the government's report?I PORTABLE Christmas'
,::. Full led Sis that U.S. exports) had fallen I
Slngla Control 72"a$4" per cent in October from I ISeptember" TYPEWRITERS .
17 Jewel I Towncraft! C. ALLEN ,
I ."'. sleeve C."trol. Twin Sine .." a .." ._ I2VYIAR .** volume, while imports I ; :
held ateady.Okays : Rtmington FOUR TOTAL
f ,; REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE! Comport 12 88 Royal I Clean ITEMIZER., ; i
.J !nney'i low price for this fine blanket! 9 comfort only Plus Federal tai Limited Smith-Corona and CASH REG. : .?

t .... even all-night warmth) Deepnap rayon LikeN .:

.i.Vt Cotton blanket, bound In nylon Rosebeige pea- For that special man or woman! Penney's own County Airport I II II BoiMtt Underwood .w .Lite., NewR. $39500 -. ;

cock, pink, green primrose,gold. Hurry! Towrtcroft! Choose from dressy, classic, sport I ,

models! Yellow and white I Round for ladies, and TALLAHASSEE-The Florida 1 '

a % men, oval for ladies! At this price why not buy I Development Commission has PRICED $2450 WITHCASE NIW .
announced it will FROM "
several approve a FILINGCABINETS
I permit to operate a restricted "A Perfect
l airport In Alachua County to
Christmas Gift"
: Rudolph R Clover, Rt 1 Box I
87A. High Springs, next Fri f]
_._ M f.w day unless written protest are 2 and r. I.

filed. I ELIC. MANUAL 4 drawer
Clover operates an lint ip.' CHECK WRITERS
aircraft: repair service and flying Priced to Sell t
I .. service south of State Road Demonstrators fir Rentals
I 232 (Millhopper Road) near the $1500 F Cv F STARTING AT

GilchrW County line. and up TODDS J ONLY 99 95

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Columbus' Santa Maria was AI.IA..iloble University .
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." The IIO-ton vessel was OFFICE EQUIPMENT t!
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t ship-owner. ,r

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:I12t : Browns Win Eastern Title ;I

NEW YORK (AP) Cleveland starch out of the Giants, who I Irs, Including Paul Warfleld 'MIen he connected with Ernie game up with a score on Jim

won its first Eastern Conference lost their 1l1l11ame.Altl10ugh .Gary Collins and Ernie Green!, 4 Green: in the end lOne Nlnowski's 24-yard pass .to
t 1,7 i title in (he National I it rained all night beat the Giant defenders time Six Scores rookie Walter Roberts.
Football League since 1957 Sat and during early afternoon, the and again by wide margins. Ryan's TD production In the An Interference call agZSB:

urday in a J3-20 rout of the New playing field was hi good shape Ryans first scoring pass was I third period Included 25-yard the Browns gave the CUrjtr*

York Giants with Frank Ryan In the final minutes, the fans an 11-yard toss to Collins, following I passes to Green, a sevenyardtoss shot at a final score In t smith
I throwing five touchdown passes. engaged in their 1964 pasttlme, Bernie Parrlsh's interception to Warfield and an eight- seconds. Wood threw one _
Ryan, an unsung hero of the chanting 'Good bye, Alii," to Cleveland the .
: of a Tittle pass. Another :yard pitch Brown. to Thomas for score ,:
,: \ i Browns, afro scored once on a through the overhanging fog Interception by Vince Costello scored the first six times! it got The crowd surged on lift fle'Id'

'jJ .' \, .. 'I' 13.yard run up the middle and Six Scores gave the Browns another shot I the ball after the Tittle TO pass. and never let the GlanU gaWf
i 3 completed 12 of 13 passes for 202 Ryan, who had thrown 20 TD just before the half. Gary Wood, who took over for .3Ee
.: : yards. passes In the first 13 games but Tittle In the aecond half, got the their conversion attempt'
Jim Brown churned out W ranked 10th among the league's Ryan hit Warfleld, the brilliant I Giants In for a score on a 1> fans took down the goaj{ poeL.carried ,-'

,, yards on 20 carries and scored quarterbacks, had one of his rookie from Ohio Slate, .,yard pass to Aaron Thomas. oft the benches! Sad
his 105th touchdown, tying the finest days. His pack of recelv- with a 47-yard gainer to the one The Browns' second backfield warmed all over the places
all-time NFL record held by

Hall of Tamer Don Hutson. '
For the first 24 minutes this' RECRUITING .

a. v + Lou was Grow a ball had game.put the Cleveland Browns';1- IOPbati; -- J I

y out front with a 39-yard field
goal But in the the Giants first period., fighting back i on

grimly in what undoubtedly was -
) { ',t 7 -. Y.A. Tittle's farewell performance I. DALLAS (AP) -"Arkansas, Arkansas was thumped on the ted the practices that violate th freshmen on athletic aeItIIa';'
4 drove to a score. Tittle the Southwest Conference foot, knuckles for two many campus 3w .jS[ ) ships, both of these changs e::

seven-yard pass to Dick James,ball champion was handed an visits by prospective athletes, Baylor and Texas Tech drew coming effective Sept. 1, OK
put the Giants out front 7-3 after Indefinite/ probation for recruitIng too many visits to the homes of reprimands only. Both obviously were ..-.et
4:111: of the second period. athletes, lavish entertainmentand There were two Arkansas and: In line with the Big/ :ahe
That was all for the Giants. violations Saturday as theconference contacting athletes at a one Tsxas schoolboy football Conference with whlchQhe
moved to clean high school basketball Arkansas Southwest Conference has aleU
The next six times the Browns up game. player Involved In the -
got the ball they scored and pro charges brought last spring The probation will hang over penalty, which Included a public ter of Intent agreement.The .
when Texas, Southern Methodist Arkansss until It has revised has
ceeded to roll it up In the final Its reprimand Big Eight a ore-year
period with Jim Nlnowski lead Baylor and Texas Tech felt recrutlng practices to meet the It was relealed by conference limit and also it considering I

g' ha ng a second string backfield. the lash. rules and can't be lifted until President Dr. Chris Crone man limit of JS on the numb.LThe
dSi: The probation was without December, 15M. of Texas AIM that the charge. Southeastern ConferencaV already
US Points sanctions and Arkansas will be Arkansas followed in the fooU\ carried over at Lubbock.. when has adapted a VMgtyit
Grow, tile Browns' 40yearold / able to play In the Cotton Bowl steps of Southern Methodist and It was explained that they had limit/ and the Big Ten hae-40,
field goal artist took over Jan. 1 against Nebraska.The Texas, who were handed probations not been filed 20 days before the Dr. Gremman said It appearedto ,
the league scoring lead at 115 conference also voted a at Lubbock last spring. I meeting and could not be considered have become a national
points by adding 10 points on a limit of M athletic scholarships Southern Methodist was given were both against' Ar trend. t:j
Rb oA field goal and seven convert In football and set limit of two a two-year term with sanctions kansas. It had been speculate The purpose of the flit on I
slons. years on the length of such while Texas, then the national that two schools were Involved. length of scholarship Is to be

The Browns, who had been 10- scholarships. There had been a Football champion, was given an AtlheUc scholarships will able to get rid of athletes who
favorites, thus nailed limit of 100 In football and 20 In Indefinite probation that can't have a maximum limit of two don't make the proper effort er

L&i1 point down a title date with the Baltimore basketball under a resolution be erased until May, IMS, and years, with renewal rights, and I don't have sufficient ability. At
". Colts at Cleveland Dec passed several years ago. then only if Texas has elimina each school will\ be limited to M I this time there Is no llffltani
I when a college signs up ajboy ft
has to continue him bJMchnklarshlp
27.It also left the St. Louts Card on

,w. :J "", __" nals watching in St.Louis the,game with no on place television 'CANES UPEND PAWN though he through may not college be '"ivei artlc(

Signs Grid Grant As UF Defensive Coach Gene Ellenson Looks On with Green Bay In Miami Jan The agreement with the Big
(lun ftoH by IMI Pivl.' ) WITH Eight was not renewed but |
Sunday SURGE 62.52
j. No matter what happens wee explained that both confer
In the Cardlnal-Phtladelphi encei would hold Duelings a)
Gators 21 Gridders game, St. Louis will finish In the :
flCAA convention lalUcagb
Sign [ By JOB HALBERSTEINSim _t...
second pllce.RYln'.l2yard
Spurts Editor I and at !that lima would" a
run mldwa11nIJII I decision on renewal', f
aecond period put the Gainesville High School surged TOaJUttV{ limit scnoaVshlptwsrpaiafd :=
Inside( :
Including GHS StandoutBy Browns out front to stay. Humbled at the atari of the seconc i Big OnfngeiJ unanlmoutiyF Di.Cronemin .
I as he hit the goal line half on a pressing defense and said' and that(

and a Giant recovered In the .went on to down strong Jack, Wildwood Class A Champ ,...........,......,.? Faga 04 showed thai Texas, which was

JOE HALBERSTEIN High School tackle. this year via use of the summer end tone. But touchdown referee Art, drawIng Mc-, ,sonvllle Psxon quintet, 62.S2.; Joe Halbersteln ......................_.....__ Page. 03 reportedly violently opposed fellmll
Sun Sports Editor Florida, going strong for In- weight training program.: Nally ruled a Saturday night at the 'C aD.. s -and might withdraw
down storm of boot from : Scores ... ........ .. ... from the conference If rube(
Florida signed 21 high school terior lineman, locked up 12! Florida coaches felt his Intense Saturday Cage .. .. .. page :.Oafsett a
football stars to grsnt-ln! a I 11 d tackles and guards, one end, .i the 83,007 fans at Yankee Sladl The victory gave GHS a split t take thai' was passH-wei oft
desire to become
scholarships Saturday in one of three centers and five backs. a good football um. I for the weekend action as the opposed bit after all.
the finest first days of recruit player Is a contributing factor Ilia! Defeat I Canes dropped a 73-70 decision I The controversial gs| rule
ing in Gator history. Here are the slgnees to date: to his fine play. That seemed to take all the I Friday night at Daytona Beach 11, Mastlllo had 17 for tie but was limited to Just all baskets that prohibits I coach or athletic
The list was headed by all Barnhart, M, 185; Turlington, !eabreeze. IoMn by the GUS defense. Hayes I official of a member school'
Itate center Dave Barnhart of 1 L3, 115.Mike. Paxon led 27-29 at halftime In 'rlda,'. game at Daytons hit l II for the Bind Crabs I from criticising he/ offlcistiifg
West Palm Beach and included I Santille, 195, tackle end the taller Eagles appeared GUS taxed the unbeaten land The Vanes, ball hawking I publicly was rescinded. TW
Dale Turlington; Gainesville from Pensacola. McGowan mildly In command. The 'Canes Crabe to the limit despite glv- and fait breaking, had three I rule: had caused many disagreements
Guy' Dennis. 245, tackle l vent Into an all court press ng away much height plsyers In double figures. I with the press sine 'U
from Walnut Hill. that bothered Psxon and CBS Ltd by I I Dennis Can- Wayne Rick led with 1) while ,was Invoked In IMt and there
10 GATORS David Hantze, 240 tackle deadlocked at 2D-lllln just over Sell, the "I breeze five scrsm- Boyd Welsch and Bill Beast I had been charges that U had lid
from West Palm Beach Forest lira minutes of pl.,. bled for a four point halftime each hit I). t to censorship. 5
Hill. Joins UF Slight Lead lead, stretched that to The victory was the fourth The conference fathers
ALLSTATESELECTIONS Don Bozeman, 210, tackle I A free throw by Boyd Welsch a dozen with s big third perl-\ In s row for Daytona, Class Jeclded In get rid of II and said
from Jupiter. and a basket by Wayne Rick I od and then had to fight off A state champs tart year end ,the coaches and sthleila ofju
Terry Morris, 220, tackle from gave the 'Canes s 34-31 lead 'n aroused 'Cane comeback In an AA school now, It was the c dais would be put on Ihefr'Mw
: Panama City Bay. :and thereafter it was a atrug- the final quarter. first GHS defeat In threegsmes. c If' not to create disturbances
Pensscola.Bernie Byeri, IM, guard from Grid Staff lie. Cantrell poured In 24 points md controversies with their

JACKSONVILLE (APTwo The score was knotted at :MU -

o fine psss receivers. Fred Blletnl- Anderson Bill Price 210' guard from with 20 seconds left In the COACH IN OR OUT I
High Troy, Ala. IHardin's
of Florida state and Clarlea.Cu..ol third quarter when Carl Johnson -
koff .
unanlmoue. Chip Hinton 200, center from William (Bubba) McGowan, currently administrative asalstant : hit S fielder and followed
were I
Pensacola Catholic. W. will the
to Attorney General James Kynes Join ,
with a of free throws whene
All-State pair
: elecUona to the Mike Upenaky, 185, fullback University of Florida athletic staff Jan. 1, Cator Athletic
I fouled a rebound
was on as Status Uncertain
Football team announc-
'College. :
from West Palm Beach. Director Ray Graves announced Saturday. 'ins: period ended.
,ed Saturday Bill Gaiaford. HO 173. halback McGowan will kiln work In Florida's recruiting program Into ,
With 42-11
edge going ]
Bruce a ; .
Sowere norwa safety
irons Ton Lauderdale.Ron Graves added.
;Bennett and Florida guard Larry Sloeppelworlh, S-ll, 220), McGowan's, other administrative and coaching responsibilities the final eight minutes, Gild. ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) ./rent five-year contract Is still' i a 'Both ef us want to da s lltfie
.' Caaner.1M only two Miami tackle from Fort Lauderdale. win be assigned after the tint of the year," said took advantage of numeromPaxon Wayne Hardin's status ss bead: matter for renegotiation. horse trsdlnf WoH talk: U o4"e
to make tin first teams fouls as it went Into a.Iowdow. football coach at But It obvious al "'I enured Into I
players Gunnar Paulson 1-11, 310, Graves "Its s pleasure to have a man with his experience .. Johnson Navy remained wee s newiconference a v.qake
Ed Welsacosky anJ defensive center from Hollywood McA and background Join our staff." opened undetermined Saturdayafter that differences see r contract tail year, and I MpaCII
safety Andy Slxkiller, Just missed tour I ,Graves speaking from Tampa also said that McGowan's the period with s basket, a tomlnute meeting between contract do exist. can be continued* said Ifariti
: being unanimous selections.The I Gary Ducks, H, 210, guard contacts and friends In the state of Florida will be CHS dropped 14 free throws be. the year-old coach and Capt. William S. Busik wise left most ef the tslktng )enBuiik.
Florida Times Union, from Hollywood South Broward. many football fore connecting on another field Naval Academy authorities. director of athletics, and Hardliexpressed I I *
a "major) asset to our recruiting program.
;which polled state sports writer Ron Earnings Ml, 115, full McGowsn. a native of Dothan, Ala., played halfback for goat with !less than a minute' to Hirdin agreed with statements hope that these rail I Neither, Hardia nor Buslk e1 a.

named offensive and defensive back from Pompano Beach. Florida, graduating In IK3. Following graduation he became play. by athletic officials that be resolved. cussed. what their differences
units Florida and Florida State George Dean S.J. 2115, end freshman backfield coach for the Caton. U real' lit kas M "been fired and has, "WI,,,, and 1 have nave r were, but H was Badentood
'each placed 10 men to the top from Tampa Robinson. In 1933 and 1JM McGowan and Florida teammate III,. Saxon, which Collected 8 not resigned, and that Us cur- been too far apart." BuaJk said- hey /Involve/ Hardin's continued
fouls including two technkals.
22. Bill McBrIde, M', IM, kalf- wood Sutlivait coached the Fort Jackson SC. football team. Car femurs In a collateral lob .II
Bennett. FSU's Jack Edwards. back from lost leading scorer Bobby which he would eventually toeeed
Clearwater Following discharge from the service returned to
Dick Hermann and Bill McDowell Steve Ely M. US, tackle 1 coach at Gainesville High School from US through Ittl. OIl, Rene Sellers GUS and Ron Johnmi Butler Tennessee to Sign Edgar E. (Rip) Millar at
and Florida's\ Jack Harper from Tampa Plant. He pied the football staff st Florida Site University/ on fouls. sew assistant director of athletjci/ /
received votes for both the offensive Joe Shenwt. g-3, 309, center In the spring of 1X9 and remained In the capacity of Mil* collect ton"fouls many. The Tines and civilian head ef Nsvy's' athletic '
drew 20
and defensive teams.Semimlea from Lakeland. tent coach from that time until January of 19M. recruiting program.
IB Jimmy Thomas:
GHS at the line,
woe charity
en the offensive Tom Christian M. W full. r Since that thne he has ben en the stiff, of Attorney 21 chances to 14 for Tat HardM became assistant :..
team: Don Floyd, tackle Tom back: from St Petersburg Boca General Kynes In Tallah..... '" C, Miter In the mutracl negotiated
West center Edwards, quarterback Clega.TarUrrtoo. I "I took forward to returning to Gainesville and to the on which. bad le more field Jimmy Thomas, Lake Bat'ler's lat year after Navy' finbrH
Steve Tens and Bfletnl- a hard el old and goal* foe I nationally with/ a H
working renewing many friendships ties seys McGowait, The "Canes DOW have s ill' twit .. time All Area
knit Seminoles oa the defensive gridder. Is a fine student of the finest record and played Nor 1 ranked
and "Florida "baa one coaching staffs ki the .
: Is beaded fat
mark and will host Santa Fe quarterback,
la the Cotton BowL
learn: tackle Avery Sumoer, I kas muck poteatlal according country and tt s a pleasure to become s pert ef Coach next Tuesday. Pssoa Is U. ef Tennessee en S foot t r Navy
middle guard Jack Shmholser, I Ie GHS head coach Jim M.black. Gru,,'organization.** authorities! were said to have
The GUS Junior variety topped ban scholar*!))?. decided since
that his
linebackers Hermans and McDowell McGowa Is married to the former lusts Combs of I Psxon UU Harm had The I bob US pea e'er 4 Wire- traUve abilities admlnl
and comerback WUredGators A 1>> prIU1Idtr last year. Arcadia Florida and they lave two children, WlOam Jr. II points. Naming and Gas. guided Lake Butter to sa 13 were ontaUsfaotory.
BaIItJ. TurHngtoi built himself to US 0. and Gina 2**. and 0M Con
team fowaanee
Salary Is not believed In be as
oa the offensive !team: r [erenee Jlorthen DtriikM ttle.
1asUe. Has la reportedly makes
tackle John Whatley. guard Lar Thomas pawed for U .....
..... ... around HIM a year He las
Beckmaa.. halfback Harper I r Thomas Leads Lake Butler 6042'LAKE 1.tn.v usaaers ae.. C. 050'e-- ... towns and ran for H as be P41.r been heed teach' at Nary-tor M
Casey: .
fullback Larry Calms Dupree.the defensive :".".:'7..:...e.ttf-n WMMfc *< > parked the oftae wttt bis ears and has Just goo awoujhils
and Gagner. oa .
t alt around He aIM was
% play. first losing season the his
team: tackle Sydney[ BUTLER Jlnsarjand i / poured K oaj the rest ef thelfor the Tigers wife U pouttsLrhotnas 1'--1' *MiH"*. ..* S-ew*.. I standout defensive perfornvtr. fist for to Army. His Jo" was
MacLeaa. cad Lrns Matthews, ; pumped as 23 points game. I BM Dsas was the lone Jess M regarded! aa being la J.ptrrty .
cornerhack ADea Trammel and J hen Saturday lIeN aa he fed Jennings lashed bore 23 of II'nmgs player/ In double figures, an.,.. It It w en Thomas wee committed torennetM because ef !the 3-4-1 .......
I Lake Butler to a M3 beaked free throws for the bulk of tts'begging': N.o It __" .
Bennett. sU eld. asteO d ... .. Nye seat week wWe duo al least to part to Injuries I*
I vtctsry .*., JMH,S.. 'jseorni .white Lake Butler haljmes) free ihrewe for U peMs. I---5 we sew. tong Jimmy Was pfd a visit key persnmet -
Pistol ShootThe Thomas rounding Wo shape of II from the out HTM f I tail woe I, .... awe 11w 5' ... .
ilt r" ifter playing fsethal. returnHJ, Late fcitkr guard,.. LDYft'.riJ... : .*.**.-::,''NS .::'r *.Ml .-. **. I <|I1|| .>fc ,- e alga either atwdat er Ttee.r Md dose friends nut associates
Gainesville Lintel Caib I lo his bra of s rear ago b .paused eat from nJuwrtkw In!;'** fM>> ..***. I I i- r_ ei.e ....... >Ia he, !had beets sottfled .
.... _", I ...... ,. hrjMldwf
win have a ..et...., ass park... Tigers ks the* : was -I(.M, .... as.sa to .'.w_ N4 1.1"a _t .... ,_" Lake BrfVr fullback KsreldVtarr be back al Navy an\ ..,.
the Boolware/ Springs Range.RrfMratMS win aga last one toss --J-q.--{ fc-Li. .,. --. ...."M...Mar.. .._ M ,- .... .I has tdrtaoda neri5 "hem JIMHt THOMAS Afcheega his eentract Is W,rreyears.
as at I .... Lake Butler Jusipt4' off ] & .bockLU .. ?... :__ ... w ... (..R but currea%, *> It Is subject) mime (
I aad the public Is ktvtted. I feed fa fee fist 1e4 ap Thooua' performance2:::. ..'<<''r e r e::.;:I =-., "Iron ewe w 11 n II. ...... 0 ,4. i'.J 11f Teasteeaee-bmuKl MUes!. ends fag. 't y'J r"i 2*, >

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Sm .' were only I handful of people In the Florida Field Open 9:30: A.M. to 9 P.M. Until Chrlitmw
:nr, Lake and Wlldwood battled .
press box Friday night as City I ""
127 - '. :: In the stands, some 1,000 spectators generated the kind of
w ::excitement a special excitement, that comes only with a
...high school athletic event. '
.... Seated at mid-field In the press bet however, was an 1'
::added onlooker who likes noting more el an athletic contest .
;than that it be well played, one side or the other although
...to be sure, there are times when this man'wante.to ace,a r
;:T particular school win. .
:5 Dr. J. Wayne Hells Valvenlty el rhrMa presMeat, mdoubtedly >
y > got ai mock charge eat et fhe exploits .f the mid-
:::get-slted Wlldwood team wblca WM the championship as .y., Two to
-on... .
::: "How do you tell' the achotan from the others?" a passer
rfcyjuked Dr. Reltz, an obvious reference to the VF'i Increasingly This underhand maneuvering took place Friday
more difficult search of finding football players 'night in the Oregon-Idaho State basketball gan ,.
who can muster the credit academically. At left la Jerry bkalfe, Idaho State; and Bill Jen-
Dings 1s the Ducks player with the basketball. (AP

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M t I Penn State LoomsAs I &r H

Look batter, play better in a cardigan

::=';. ,Cage Contender sweater tailored 'smartness in this 3-tone,

-"Are' WI looking'it any of'the. .boys tonight" came' the' I I By TED METER- Kan. Bob Weiss' shot from un- 100% >brushed alpaca, with button downside

,answer,. an equally obvious reference to the Southeastern Associated Press Sporte Writer der,the basket with 42 seconds vents toO .'. '. $1 J.95 .
Inference recruiting which got under way Saturday The Nittany Lions of Penn left won the game and demonstrated '

... -I ? Donet state usually are 'associatedwith Penn State cannot be Other Sweaters . .' $10.95 to $19.95
It Can Be -
football ;powerhouses.. Now underestimated.
,... ,":::Dr.. Pelts was asked(for comment on a hassle of recent' they are beginning to be reck- Kansas State overcame Chicago -
... Hjrln Kentucky, The Kentucky Kernel, a rather outspokenTSiversity oned with on a national scale In Loyola 7<-<7 In the second:
,:: of Kentucky atudent paper, asked if ""bit-time" 'college basketball! game of the Sunflower twin bill
-J" Jtetbau, as exemplified by present,coach, Charlie Brad.SaVi -' A year ago the John Egll- while second-ranked Wichitawhipped
regime la what the UK wants or need ,- coached{ team JOlt six of Its first, Brigham Young 83-78, Chill and drizzle proof, zip-lined all weather
:.I35K: Belts said It was tke first he had beard of the situation 10 games, but closed the season seventh-ranked UCLA ,the"national ,
,-owl asked for an explanation. Bis answer, though,j la wertk, with,a rush by winning 12 of 13 champs overwhelmed Oats. London Fog, Alligator and many.other
""I, Sweating.. Can big time education and big time football livefurther aihes( for art over-a It 18-', Penn Arizona State 107-78 and Oklahoma
, ? I* It possible' to.have one witbwt downgrading. the State's best record in a decade.The l City handed Wyoming Its coats ,, from $$18.95 $55.00
:' .:J 3har? Dr Rein was,emphatic hi tie' reply..."I really' think Nittany Lions opened this first defeat 99-90'Southern Callfornla .
I ,1-ry 38ft: really think so." season! l,'with a one point defeat opened a:road ,trip by -
pre IfatalWIs'ue 4wewI
: V-Ihe chat veered around to the recent Florida StateFloridaJJJbtball
t Jolt on the road to Maryland. 73-71 losing to North Carolina State at
game In Taflahssea and won by the Seminoles.5i1 .
They bounced back at home Greensboro N.C. (7-S9
.. ,
w was It, after that one," the UP prexy .wss 'asked. \
ZS3SH you take much needling?"' : with an 81-39 triumph oyer Syracuse Kelly Pete's 2/ points, 20 ef
to knock the Orange out them In the second half,
"V' "'I didn't .take any. I came straight some.fter the game," ,
of the Associated Press
: Wichita ita home
.parked to
wu. the answer, accompanied with a chuckle "I had made
iprjsflous arrangements to be back la Gainesville. at,7 o'clock. Ten. court triumph over BYU. Pete
"1h.t day anyway." -They ,opened a rugged eight threw In tour baskete to breakup
1 vZUr: Rails had questions of hla.own Ha. didn't sea the game road trip Friday night by a BYU rally after the Cougars -
ltatnra' victory over Louisiana State and wanted to know how defeating/ Kansas of the Big had pulled to within M-54.:
TSeU Florida played. Eight 50-48 in.. the Sunflower UCLA, opening its home season .
'" '
;::;:COuld we have beaten Alabama If we had played against, doubleheader: at Manhattan, was led by Gal] Goodrich I
>y em the way we did at LSU?" he quelr d..' 2J points'

-:1 == It Was ,Hard .to: ,Take ,.MantltfaJNott'-- -: .Hill- Victor r :1

:;tift. who saw both contacts put It this way .Relidv"10' t "": .
: jw-'Florida played well enough against Alibnaf to best'A&jbjuna" 1't,1'.J" Ih Prix
: I
: -.....-Yt."# r*,..,* Grand,
Tex. tAP)
-*Tbere wes agreement that the 14-7 defeat to Gear..i"wa.. -
Mickey Mantle to retire? Not utlAlrlca\ ,
'tte low mark ef the football than the ; '
season, even more ae ,
\. oneatTallahaitee. yet; aays the 33-year-old New (API Graham Hill Britain'sformer

."-''Then was a confidential report from Dr;,Rails one which York Yankee slugger, who'has world motor racing I
,- ;Kin not be repeated here, regarding the loss'to FSU but it been plagued by Injuries. champion, came from behind
, ,4 Abodes well for the future of the athletic series between the "( want to play three more and won the seventh Grand Prii
.two schools Gator-Semlnole, struggle la going to fit bigJRCand rears at ,least maybe ,five," at this International circuit near
I' : better, t no surprise In the Mantle! said In an appearance Johannesburg Saturday one of
future to hay. the'content picwill ked. at the of the,most exciting Formula One
t <**ar s a nationally,telerQsed here Saturday opening
: .r-t t game of the week. an' automobile agency by a races ever seen in this country 1 {Jj"I
: ....j i .?-. Abou' this time the Wildcat of Wlldwood began their home friend. Julian Murphy. I Driving a Brabham Ford instead
. :f a explosions that brought a 12-7 win and the elate title. "TMs! Is the first winter In of hit usual works BRM, JY.I-
I., .: ,'J3elta; eyes glued to the exploiti. of the grldderi. became, three or four years that I have Hill traveled the 80 laps In 1
..a'spectator:. again, one who like a good athletic. contest as lad no operation on'my knees," hour, 22 minute.., 417. Second i '
. ."t, 3ttlich\ as the next fellow. he said .. was Australian Paul Hawkins I the new symbol of
Brabham Ford In 1 23 41.1.
"4 '" He talked with newsmen while I a : :
sr Caught on the Run, signing autographs! (for Korea of HID,' who missed a practice
'.4 :;tTTragedy marked last week's basketball game between kids. round due to non-delivery of a superiority
t t:2 Georgia Tech and Mississippi State on the latter' floor. CngJMB He has been suffering for several gearbox[ for his BRM did not I
: > professor N. F. Hamblln of State, official timer for', ;years from oiteomyetitls, like part In qualifying runs but inr
t.. :: Zany years at home games In StarviUe,, suffered r is heart and 'Inflammation of the bone was given a place at the back, of .
I '. >att ck at halftime and died later In a hospital. He had Just marrow. the grid driving a machine -he jrtS for gentlemen
iruled on a controversial basket by Tech at the buuer ending Mantle also laid he thought had tried out enly one.
I the first half Johnny Keane, New York Yan In the first 25 lape he worked I'I's
: How much will a half.million dollars buy? .In athletlci, the kee manager "will be a great his way through 23 starters and .ewMUBIIEE9ltay
//.1 >difference can be utterly fantastic Florida State used that manager" and predicted the In the 23rd lap overtook the stands far VIsIIIIa SuperforIfJJ
..-much money to Increase Ooak Campbell Stadium Hating from Yankees will repeat as American leader, Britain Mike Spence -quality and brae of tailoring
1 24,000 to 18.000Vaaderbllt. League champions. and went on to winEVERY y uesniea.nieonsmjctloansrd !
': with Its baikelball team beaded for aatlonal C h'IM, tills superb) Sup,,",
.1 '.recognition, wanta ta Increase Its gym sealing By /Installing ._ ,- -, I I Itt! finest obtiln-'
.Tmlronlet, It can Increase .. 1,347 total a hike of 1.751Ip11Cfl, \I 'of .r" 'c"
o ,.i -. The cost You guessed Ill! Exactly a half.million dollars. J $ .95 ; '
'!a :T Yes Its true. FSU has won four varsity events from M4R I
A" =Florida this year. Two In cross-county, football and batkeU WNY I:
Huge collection of fine Manhattan dress
;' '.A 'ball. The victories In cross-country are the first ever scored
"y 2 by the Seminoles, lust as the football triumph Is. shirts. Whites, Solids and Stripes. Dozens of "Under the Tre" gift .
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Sunday, D.eemtMf, 1964 GalnesrilU Sun Oi'oooners .

KJVOCK% ON WOOD Vi. To Giardcllo Defend ,I.- ; Seminoles Look to Grid 1Oklahnma'a ClashJACKSONVILLE .'

lassen (AP) -Comparative Southern California and IThe routes followed by Oklahoma ] troubles | ; Iowa State 30-0; played< :,\

i. guts His Crown retards of Florida tlonal rival Texas. (S-J-1)) and FSU' (8-11)) toe the beginning of the .. tic with Missouri; upset 'j
State and Oklahoma the two( Florida State played a snot' the Gator Bowl were opposite. er beating Maryland unbeaten Nebraska ''

Newcomers By THE ASSOCIATED FRESS I football teams which will clash varied schedule: but it Included 1 SbocUng Less Sonners lost to finished by doling "C;

Middleweight champion Joey, Jan 2 In the 20th Gator Bowl no( teams from the Big Elghl t Florida State started fast fin form 40.U, Texas & State 21-18. -

I In Bolcling I Ciardello finally gets around to I game -abed little light on the area ished fast but suffered a.shocking Kansas 1-14. "State has tha'better
outcome of the game but they upset loss and a Ua la be- Cost Title and defensive scoring
defending his crown Monda Colorsdoltti
point up how intersectional the Takes; Post tween.
night when ha takes on hart. is.Schedules. The loss to Kansas lie of the two teams,
e I meeting Oklahoma dropped three of
Rubin Carter of Fa" Sonners from averaged 227
hitting winning
la RYJACK HARRIS S..p ,,..de erson N.J., at Philadelphia',: of the two teams did LEXINGTON Va. (AP( its first four games, then closed conference championship game this year while
Virginia Institute with a rush.
Convention Hall. not contain a common opponent Military ait last IS years They opponents to 11 points.
I Playing the Conference nounced Saturday the appointment FSU held Its first three
: Big Eight oppo- ond behind Nebraska. scored an average of
sounds like television 01
Thel\lalsenii1ls. ( short-run There will be
a no
soap opera Oklahoma faced seven of Bob Drum Pittsburgh I) gents scoreless, flattening Mi- Down
the stretch the a lame while .sur
Joyce and Harry subject this week. the Cisrdello's firs
our These 15-rounder
conference foes plus Maryland public relations man .K!s ami, 14-9, Texas Christian, 10.0. beat Kansas State 440 131
jolly imports from Pensacola are two more of the new title bout sine he dethroned director of sports Information. and New Mexico State, M-fl. ... ; _.. .

f personalities that have recently taken up bowling asP Dick Tiger of Nigeria on a dec Drum succeeds Peter D. Tab Then came triumphs over two

their sportJoyce slon at Atlantic City N.J., Dec. Two DeadlockAt tersalt who resigned to enter. Southeastern Conference teams, COMrllTIRadiator .

laid the reason' for est In and among its member 7, 1963. private business in Staunton. He I Kentucky 484 and Georgia 1714.

their venture into bowling was for bowling the game of American The 31-year-old championfrom Ironwood ia ... The Seminolf were 5-0 when Service, ;'Nk

becjuse they were getting too Tenpins. Cherry Hills N.J., put hid Virginia Tech sprsng 20-11 upset .
fat around the bridge table-andneeded In short the city association crown In storage and won two Dawson Ziegler and Dan Signs Pact After FSU defeated Southern CLEANING REPAIRING .

tome exercise. acts, as a father, referee, umpire nan.title fights with'Argentina'Rocky Hornsby tied for first In a kickers Mississippi, 34-0. Houston We Rod Them Out ":.

Joyce a housewife, and Har and what not to Its fellow Jtlvero. tourney at Ironwood Country BALTIMORE (AP) Ted 1 I put the final blemish on the record / ( I MOTOR BLOCK FLUSHING ,.

ry, tjdistrict sales manager for members In order to make Ciardello Is.. smart boxer, Club Saturday pro Bill Torok, co-captain of the Virgin. a 13-13 tie RADIATOR SHOP -

Southern Bell Telephone 'and bowling the wonderful game)I Iis It who relies on left hooks Jabs, Markham reported. la football team this fall has I The Seminoles closed strong, White Electric ..
Telegraph Co., are newcomers today. feet and to Bill Pothier shot his finest signed a contract with the Baltimore V downing Atlantic Coast Confer '-
shifty clutching: arms
to Gainesville. But they have' Quattro was asked to make a hold back punchers like Carter nine holes, a 49, and Bus Box- Colts of the National Foot. ence Champion North CarolinaI I j AND BATTERY SERVICE '.'

juniped into bowling with both few comments. I He had high well birdied No.' S, his, secondof ball League the club announc I I State 21.< and arch rival Florida lit N.W. 8th A... 372-853
g feet Joyce bowls in the Unlversity commendations for the assocla- the current season. Saturday. 167. I

l City Women's League lion and hoped that he 'and the BowlingStandings
t an! in the Friday Night Mixed association could work together.Bowling .
with her husband. She is alsO

4, league secretary of the latter

group. They have a son, Tommy -
i who bowled in the AJBC Hints '.IPia TUMSISM j-

last year. ,r 1,1e, 1/W I1ss s.Aa V

I Joyce believes everyone 'Bowling Hints From Jack: All..wo CI', C. :II w 4 ,
.would hive more fun .11' tney Bowlers You must begin at the ."', of N-011 I'U 51a. a1au11.N7
shortened the alleys had beginning Good bowling form '011'_ to 31
Jigger Cotton', MM-oMorl t. )IChond'or' rVV
bowling balls, and llgiter must be learned from the very If 3rL J1454
pint The bowlers might have beginning which means the I. IaN a.,5, 'I wV ,

fun,' but It would drive the starting stance.. The Important .ottoni CftoMlon Mln' -i A-M.A to ALnte., ...* Oil eI N Co.n.brrry .,. M t _
ABA and WIBC crazy majting thing Is to'' get the first step, a, Finmnrm OH' 1 '.-', HMW-,
for IAn liKlrta I, S. I. Sop" 1.
up sufficient awards. with the right foot, properly coordinated -

Other hobbies of the Massen- with the push away nNToTeasr W L c'' '

gUll are dabbing In ceramics,'of the ball. 'w M., 34 II T't 51kk:4

meditating( over drawings,' and As the first short step Is taken MOM4" WffllNiiiomM tor MKH, 3t 31 Ii It *

collecting antiques. Bowling it is transferred to the right HugH AIoW..I litowdlr 3'3. II ItM.

mentlonables are high game, J- hand. The important thing Is to ., Cortir. flintHoliol :II 15
c. 21 II
199, H189; High series 3 W, keep the opening movement relaxed ."_u'". Sin 25 IIW'nnl.
H.520; averages J131, H-142. and unhurried. Push the .""" ." I. 5 soC. >

They roll a straight balk thatIs ball out and ahead. The amount S.an11... 1 5 533
..... .
ComWiw c. II Mowltg
devastating. of push away determines the .
length of the backswing and the A t W Hoof 5Mr 4. Mood o> Wmi t ?
iii., Color "".In1, Comouo 'loour*
Board peed at which the. ball will be lo. ti Hotol C.. I. Oolnonlllt our It
Combine: "me CO S, Alocltuo" Co. trll r
delivered. NolWnol lov. Mock" Co. >. rW Mon .
MeetingThis Practice the push and step I, sop SifworM Si Wlmlomnwrt iSOb
a. I
writer attended the until It becomes automatic. The NCRTHWIir Tas1Laa 5ALM1I, vi ty _

men'i city association monthly entire movement of the body lololro, tlvt IPSO 1* fi* 3 t r q ry' LPA
executive board meeting last should be co-ordinated There WolU."u'nc'' ir"! MMOulhtnom ISSO II"

Sunday. This Is an event a t !never Is any need of fighting I*

which everyone in the association ha weight of the ball, because C.mSr C",,".. IT IS II h
he ball Is allowed to awing I Pars L.... to to
is Invited to listen only. TwUI MoiM" U>* tWai ...
The meeting Is highly Informative backward and then forward of! ). Ir. 1J II
arty AmwkM II II
and would be educational its own momentum. .
probably II WI ........
Proper footwork makes this u<* 154
to others. It would ImporUI' u>. IIvnllnor ....
givj the novice some Insight on possible starting with a step- ,.. II 1Imporlol
the operation of a bowling association off with the right foot as the 4. I....5... ll (.,.,.. I, It
ball )Is put Into motion. The WIM ll rmlKlol' ', a. Pork Ion 1, Pro*
from top to bottom. .
". 3. limlnor U Wolf' or 1, WoHo Jrlorlv
Board members present were tackswlng and the forward mo- 1, Amorko >. Comotr ll OuHtroom -
L Twlfl MoniloH S.
Max Petzold, president; Ken lion on the delivery then follow .
the, second Kill* S OMICS' S4UIPMIMT CO.
Lindsleyj secretary treasurer; naturally, as W L
Wendell Locklear; Jim J Duke; step Is taken with the left foot, C.ku1.Nry, 3104 174Oym5tl .
Pete Marchak Ken Kent. After the third with the right and he : OnS ", :', 55DuC.INa snoS14 P ..e a' 11

'a dinner donated;by Joe tiding finish win the left. Body .,. 1r t '35 S 5St 15Nyn. e.
Quattro :of Palm times, the balance and complete: co-ordlna- ."1' no.u isO ;

Board got down to business. 'ion are maintained throughout .k5 1150 ,154 .
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:4 latter ,from 1he--ABC concerning : Ny_. I. Pit,,-li Oitttn' i D.iwk
contracts to the bowling Bowling tan* Mm li C IILL. ...ltvl,,lOf. 1. Itopttt. o) tll.... I L

lanes' whether written 0 r NotesNotice .'I IIAMICS' COPPIS IIACUSt

verbal are binding: .Other cor- .e/l_ :II'"l MVi

respondehce Informed the ABC 1 : A new beginnersclass I I .All,..am... .w M NI
Is giving all 700 bowlers an. starts 5,1,5,1 114 1104
Thursday morning i I..1.
5150 1.a
Identification card giving said at 1.30. "A baby sitter and I L.OounPlturWoi..., I1" ?SO

; boiler proof! of his series In any refreshments will be furnished I .. w

70ft tournament. tree," Quattro, Instructor and I .Kim.'Mom.non. It n.J1
Greater Miami plugging for of Palm Lanes acid Mo'- Ie II
manager ,
the:ABC: Tournament In 19!<7. The sincerity of the lanes to, 5055 5-55. I5. w.41l
Miami has to guarantee $50 A AN P4.1 I' 615' ... t. 4
; make the bowlers a little more aNM. ,.n..s .. MotWrI ,I..5 L
XX\ It requests that all Florida comfortable seems unbelievable .- P1515551 5, Docolt L L,101N I. ,,,1It l- $7

I City Associations assist by sell but all one has to do Is "/NY5a11TT CITY weMeN'S k_ -

j InglllSO tickets for $1.00.Aay: ,look: at the new air nditJon1n g ,_. Com, IVs Ie L
| boiler desiring a ticket.' C 0 nI unit that la being installed. LIMN. ClgtOlloofi' 11to....

I I tacj Jug Duke, ticket;, hair.I Clyde Mallard Is the a e weight 51,1. 5..55. ,toortlnfMorton II II II n _
I mJec' 'l desk man st Palm Lanes. Coca 'oto 31 n5.N15sf.
of the city associationIs Wendell Locklear chairman II II

for shilling in a central or- Jr I the J'hanksglvlng T u r key C""M.15r' ._A.ssw..... 55- w _
.... ....
j gaaizatign all members quat Shoot,; laid there were 67 turkeys Ceo.PHioncoMX eS 17'
J fried bowling teams,, leagues won Ijy 4St entries of 14 0. *'* Mortiyllit. 1C. 0550
*>om uW ,, and unattached individuals leagues,. Including'one turkey i -,. 0.51.. 55,40 II" 'O
enforce the playing rules of the Dua'. Guy TwM'HO Is II
per league donated;by Palm oooco.tvtlor It II
i Aidericlji to J535_ .
Bowling Congress; jnes. f 1.-
.".. IS tap wAIf ,
\ coaduct an annual city association Some league secretaries need -OM ,

tournament, and to encolirage'and to use a little Initiative in getting worn rift_lw Son.. KM 4 >om-, JaIIMM .. ..,
( maintain among their standing sheets to the or tl LINK*,olWron'''..4,4 O'n/Ns P.vOi.rtor... CO.. ti tl Mo Gull. you're not one to take chances V :

Itstmembers th} spirit of goodI newspaper. If you are not sure COM (,,_.... 1 Oout TwM ll T...
.1 I fellowship, sfKUIity: .and fair whit do ask? WOH fc,trOOT-... ,.._ 5, C... .<...
\ to It Pirot I, oimirt I,. P..m. ... h
play* exercise W lJIIioll' and There Is a Southern Bowling ass, eomoi I ou*... ...., I, absolute
i caN over all awtnber bowlers Congress Tournament e a try SISSY eL w L get safety
o 5 Con
j I sn0 all aHUafed organuationi blank at Palm Lane.. It Is to elOrtl' ...... w 3.4 574 II
of )>owleri, and discharge such be held In Mobile Alabama. .1-.., C_._c....... 3s4II SAVINGS INSURED SAFE '

other duties pertaining to the 5.1., M.1 7. .. at First Federal by an agency of the U.S. C v.rnm.nf
J matter 515155 a P-
pf increasing by ergant- High e.... 'II. Off 55 ? 5
safjon and education an inter., ".1. 01NN55., 5 II
Scores w/15M1T11511/ ,., II II
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P. Laow
Ordftge Bowl ..15,51..,...... So--,...... s M a a
The hottest bowler In town !55,15 Security comes first at Gainesville's largest, Federal has an uninterrupted dividend record ':
Gull Coo 4 Minor MoM t .
Track hal done > '-
Be it hot
to fain, another
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AMCteo OMVOI Mm tl M 1 association. We have well
strongest ( $39
high MO IIr,". Barry Biebel 5555 I, Plrl tM t Con. PU OH over, over a 28-year period. never late, never

In 'Colors' I alto bad die only serin ever 74//s" ..., C_s I. 1M5s.Lw1.-a .MN..T..15M L million In assets.) Your money Is Invested missed).

MIAMI, Fla. (AP) The Orange 60r, s WS. Stew Ruthinjtr M5.se Mlae. w tS safely and profitably, principally home You can save at either ()fflc, II' park free.

Bowl track jneet Jan. 1,1 rolled a JM, Jim Trefdaa.Wise's 1 1p. 1.n isa mortgages. Its safety la guaranteed by a Our 13th Street Branch has a convenient

wig. be run osj. a brand-new, Drug Store bad a m; "
of the United
I permanent agency States drive-up window. You mail
three-color tacklOt yet built Herthel Streit. 513; Elmer I 1a 15 55a can even save by ,

Coach Bob DOWMI of the host Darrell Re hi and 5 5-7 .. government and First Federal pays the postage. :
t'lflvertity of Miami Hid the Frank Gage U4 sets; JM I 51/5/ 11thuleUneAL ,> You pay no fees for this careful uteJcft'pDon't take chances with your funds- save

tllOOO weather track would 'I!muse 560 Block; Jim led Veils.the US.Wilbur Iom-j ing of your funds Instead, wi P'Y'OU (First at First Federal Visit us right away.
... .. w N
be, built of I fiadon-butyl ma- c.. .;
Crown Clause with an ttt an 'C_ .
I I'
terial similar to rubberized as Tb4M'Mass5 M MessnhMh .
games of ZU-BS-l ax. Others :- .
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phaltJITI ever tot were frank Paths SIT; : ... II "i
aft .
be l : of -
I'nmrslty i',Wirresj Canon, and Joe BalojJilll ,P_ ,... If J .
Miami colon tDO.1114 A DeW record series el :P- .. .. I
Downcs.. with .the evil Is'!'2311 the. '.Mhs 55ussw 01.5.15 .. : : t
( was set, by UpperTeoi I' It. First federal
hi -. '-- .
green-th.. runways orange' team II 'alka, Traak i. "II" : : & jJ
and the Ian markings in
", Cij and Billy Johnson, NlneIttm -1 ....... 5105.r .. -.
whit* '* : I tt the 3 I d .tc. Icaiue'. 5" ....... .. -415s....h5 M h -nr: '
HuraM OJ Co.. which ....,.-bowlers wert aver the 70S mark .1':1...,e.5.5.w M. .........a.a. _s.. _ew.lr.5 N : .:A T savings & loan association

ep d tile track nateriai. said L Us Dtemaii, South Atlanfc I:-- Lr.5 4 '- .
I,... a C.NS -. aM..L.i y I' of Gainesville
that both Utt Amateur Athletic! Oil G., paced OM waned with r .1<
inxa: ant: the tetmattonal,a n an paws loa-in-M.. ..- 4. 9 r ..../1, ", ...e.. nOUAlI4YNCS A LOAN INSUtAMCf CO fCiATJONriMIAt I

Amateur Athletic Federal:Elm Newman had a 137; Shir- ;_____.._.. II ..::: MOI lOAN SANS IYJTIM I
had given wrtttefl aasursnce I Icy Hester and Mary CUbreata :- 1.1555055a. O w 1 .
that the viadon4Mtyl surface I'had a SV. Jeaarw Ulaad a 19..Cita ;,-- II .. '. f- 24? W. UNIVIRSfTY Ave. AT .211) H. W. Imf ST. AND 4nt AYER' 4-7331 J

will bt recognized for national' Delaney, C e I d C. II t .w..r C as ..:

add world records. ,Hcsuaraat a *17; Shelby .. -.....-. .. -- .
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ap5 Vs A..w a .
The nadofrbutyl material Is!Cmdt a 111; Worms SunpmaiU. 'P-I. .

claimed to require a mmawim .e.aa TIT' Lr OR ADD TO YOUR BY DEC. 21st ;
of mafcrtauace Tb. track Is I WAnda HJIIII, IS, eI the AJC Tr 1P. .
netted ta be built !to three Sbertfts sealer league. sets ,5- '- I. M
days to replace a cinder track new recerd let (he P1II with a c.r.Sal 5.5 to II v5 s5r EARN FREE PROFITS BACK TO DEC. lit. :

previously seed .by the raven- Ml sent a* (snes af M-UO- .II arI .
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04, Gainesville $u" Sunday, December 15, 1964, '- _" _

WildwoodiTakes; A TitleTops I

II ',y.ItJyti'

Lake City .l.

( In, 12-7 BattleBy 1s+rP


Assistant. Sports Editor w..Sar.I 'TATIlTIe' L.... ctly
Laic City ran md ran and I,0551... .1t
1 Iron NMM. .11a
then ran some more here Fri-. v.n .,..."",, S

not day night where at It Florida counted.Field, but : :1 r.pu:: f.'i:

The Tigers pounded 'the turf tl' ,":..'=:rapl. W
A from end to the othet but .1.s _S JMU.
one ''''''bl.. IOf III
could find paydlrt on only one -Vir'" .1..1 II
IQ tt .... .bt Mar5n5Owelsp.d
gccaslon. 15 5 0ILas .
I ... ,
City Joe
The result was a 12 7 loss 5.0.1M 50mm.ry,
to Wildwood In a game for all TwehdewntiWlldmoM '
I D.nny Jerm (M tw
the football marbles the Mil Iran Joftiwn) Hun. Pilledi *tny
t Jonti If null' ) Run MM.LM ..

I Play Covered Two Yards In Final Quarter of Game Against Lake CityON A crowd of 8,000 saw the kick.seconds. +

ame. to go, but, three plays ,Y
Wildwood mall Class B
produced only 12 yards and the
school took the In the '
crown '
,SQUAD clock ran out .
first state Class A playoff In
Lake City completely d o initiated
Florida The Wildcats
history '
beefed their schedule to become the first half, rolling RANDY JONES RAMBLES -FOR YARDAGE FOR WILDWOOD. ,
up up Itl yards rushing and hold- Gives Blacker Ray Shaw a Hand As Lake City Maven la .

Eckdahl Chosen) tlu. eligible for a ahot at the log Wildwood to only 27 yards ____ \ lw.5 .M ,_ O.oSs. ,
on the ground and 12 In the air.;
StraightThe The Tigers stayed In Wildwood Bell Defeats '
wta was the 12th straight territory throughout the GetlResiilts'

for Wildwood against no losses first two quarters but couldnt Want : :

For Third SquadGainesville i,' while the defeat dropped shove the ball across the double Mayo 58-54.

I Lake City's record to I 1.2. stripes ,
.w..rn.we..wnc..ale. ear I.rc.lncrns
A talented brother act of
They drove to the Wildcat 11-
: High School quarterback Halfback Larry Smith oft Smith, sought by some' 40 halfbacks Randy and Danny yard line on one occasion and BELL Don Strickland fired
27 points here Saturday night ram PIT.FASHION. SfUCTWN. .
Jackie Eckdahl has Tampa Robinson, end Ted colleges, is a great passer, run- Jones sparked a second half had a J2 yard touchdown run had the Bed to LOOK TO a-l SHOt OB A*TMf NT
to Bulldogs a
been named to a third team lendrlcks, Hialeah; and Quarterback ner, scored 24 touchdowns Inhla surge that led to ,two quick by Harrison nullified by a clipping -

berth ;on the lift all state Larry Rentz, Coral team's first seven games touchdowns. penalty. 58-54 basketball win over Mayo.

team :chosen by the Flordla tables topped the voting this year, played In the AA The Wildcats broke the scoring Called Back Glenn Doss tamed In a stand' A dJX The magic

Sports Writer! Association He Joe Halbersteln, sports editor finals last year against Coral ice early In the third quarter Harrison broke through tac out performance for Mayo, butwasn't

is the only area player named 01 the Gainesville Sun and sec- Gables and made all-Southern on a 58 yard touchdownpass kle and outraced the only man it enough. He hit 10 of' the Orient

I to the 'flrit three teams and vice president of the Association Hendrlcks .Is tabbed the best to Danny Jones. The swift who had a shot at him for field goals and 10 free throws

Otluf,area players were listed said that Smith, a do. end In the Miami area in many tailback grabbed the ball at :what looked like six points in for 30 points captured fiY"BANGKOK"

fir special mention and honorable t-all 193-pound halfback; and years. He made third team all- the 20 yard line and wiggled 'the second quarter. But clipping Bell trailed by four points at ,1

mention. Hendricks, 6 6, 200 pound state a year ago, caught six out of an Intended tickler'srasp. was called 22 yards up the end of the firrst quarter but

F Those getting special mention flanker, were virtually unanimous passes for 112 yards in his A 'run for the extra point, field to caU It back. came back strong in the second -

< are tackle Kenny Mack, choices In the voting by eama's game with Coral Gables allid. The Tigers had second down period to outscore Mayo, 19-

Gainesville, tackle: 1 Doyle prep) writers of daily newspaper has great range and lea Wildwood came charg 1(n g and five to go at the 11 when t, and take over the land.. I ,

Sikes; Santa Fe; guard Jerry throughout Florida. two '. way performer. I tack again .In the final quarter Danny, Jones Intercepted a "ILL WllllMil. H 111 Trail t.Hi t a
N Grleri Gilneivllle; '. guardSteve' ( Getting almost as many votes Clifford anchored the Colonial driving M yards for a Johnson pats to halt the threat T own**. M-Ui Itrfcklint. 11-1 -ffl ''

M, TwedeU, P. K. Yonge; was the Coral Gables' thin line as the Grenadiers score. Randy Jones bolted the Jones speared the ban la the S..IIII.0'I. Tol.lw Mil I ..Ht OStttlt .. Ipwrfe. I- Comfy SUpperBt .
Jell Warren S' a k. the I 0 143 final two yards to male It tt- 'end in the MAYO SIlOS. r,...., ._1. l.n* :
j' guard; r ; man < pound gained the state AA playoffs tone dying secondsof ,. ... Rod LM*. M-li 'rwnl' y. lOJiwr. J'y
ri; halfback Danny Sandlin, North Rents who guided the Caveleri this year losing to Coral Galas o with IN: left In thi ..ame.A the first half Coo *.1.., Dm, 1010* r.III.1 l !>. )

Marlon I fullback Randy I C or- to a state class AA title In a semi final game ran\ for, the PAT again faild He then produced Wildwood's 2t6t.Ieo.... W WaNMi

bin,. Cross City; and fullback In 1M3 and again Friday night 'He's a six footer, 250-pounds only offensive thrust of the first M.ya""II" ". .,,." .11..4, ,, ,1'7-1'. II-.

I Tom SUnsen, P, K. Yonge.. Other members of the first and said to be the same typeof tate. Score hall by dashing 30 yards on a
*- Others team Included Phil A b ribs, defensive player as Is Bill Lake City tacked Its liven draw play.

I Honorable mention went to Fort Lauderdale. tackle ,Har- Cody, former Orlando Boo n e. points on the scoreboard with Lake City finished with a SMU Bombs

end David Crown,. Gainesville; old Clifford, Orlando Colonial; star now at Auburn. only 151: left on a daring $3a whopping bulge In statistics 1 ,

tackl Trigger lodge, Santa I tackle Jim Yarbrough,. Arcadia Yarbrough,' who received I yard drive The Tigers marchI outgalnlng Wildwood, 290 yardsto LSU 98-75

Ta; tackle Danny Stevens,Wit. ;) guard Don Moss Miami flock of votes for both end I the dlatanci exclusively on 167 In total offense.' ,

Ilston] tackle Roger ,Wood, High; guard Bob Young. and tackle berths, is 6 I, 231 I the ground, with halfbacks Mangle was the leading rusher DALLAS (AP) Just about

North Marlon; guard Q r a d ]y, Jacksonville Beach Fletcher: ; pounds He Is outstanding all. Ronnie Mangle and Charlie with 123 yards on 22 carries everybody ,got Into the scoring

Trenton; center BteviTUley I center Dave Barnhart, West: around a tremendous kick i i t Harrison grinding out the followed by Harrison with column Saturday night as Southern

,' Starki; quarter bad I k Palm Beach; halfback Bobby and great linebacker on defense yardage, In Just three minutes M yards on 11 runs. Randy, Methodist broke a three-

Norman Anderson"1 Calais. Hess, Pensacola ,Escambla I ; Lake City got the ball for a Jones picked up (0 yards for losing streak and bombed $6.00

I I'w.. } Lincoln; ,qua.cterba.c.lJimmy )I and fullback, Balm:Culton, Tal, Mo..' f(t.< termed by his mac l h last ditch effort with only 20 Wildwood and Danny ads 53 :Louisiana game State 98-75. .Mm HIM,
,Thomas Lake ':Butler lahlssee Leona Harold Sawyers "
;r as the bes t The Methodists

Balfbsct Al Clffln, G a (n as-. Have Credential., J, blocking,.guard,he's ever seen I SPECIAL HONORABLE had the Tigers pretty thought well they settled Muck, Pink. White, '
villa lalfback Brian }.Pp ,, An the first team play i-s
: p At I !' .11, 117, Moss was the down for the night/ when FREE GIFT WRAPPING

Gainesville ._ have Imposing credentials. key man In the stings' defense MENTION ALL-STATE they romped to a 49-30 halftime Slippers fr Slipper Socks for ill ,th.' family -
Called Beat Uaemaa
w lead. But LSU came back
Young,. I 2, 200, is called and scored nine straight times it
t the best lineman In Jacksonville I OilnNn. .....1.. inwitlM Sep netMm. PMlkntr, Jock.III. 'Sue! "1IdI."I .
Cavaliers Repeat MIN 5M15 N mina "om. lIS wr11Na Marry lota It tttrakvrf A a mlrirrlftuti brought the ball past hall. ourt V .\..
: and played a major role art KIM* M. .fiiINOI ..... Mlk DmMy. : ftrt L.u I SIM .11I_ JalJnamwllls ItranWiMu rry MIlIIy "tft L50.
I I n the success of the Fletcher rMMi Ron Ywint, Miami ArdlklilM In the second half 1.0'
I I..., Art Dltmfer. M1.5P a I moo, points early ..
team this and last when '111I Yrolt, Wish1 1.N, _..... Curl y1 WIN, '....., TunM Mill. J :
year Kar Charles Beasley and Carroll .
; AA Miami 515111 505/. c..... rMM1N" Nt- bwwifii III Owwy jKkwnvili LMV
It reached the AA : .M ItallkrHi. jKluonvlll Iniliwo !'
As Champions state play- VMI MM SuMy (dew WIMvwtVACKLSt di .Jrw Pltlr. *. JMMwvlllt, Iw Hooser then paced a Mustang '
Snm plwtMf". liitoii OnM "...... "Win rum tadi rrnMllli rally that padded the lead backto .I
Ifa.Barnnart .
i NiMty Ana n15. J cm yltt Ou- I Ow Olnn, Wlntir Hivn DennyIwmm '
t an ..anti lamir pond, turn Part Willi...' MHW W M.> N rmMwKn 23 points at the final buzzer. ..
MIAMI (AP) -<:Orll Gables battle. Neither threatened seri lineman, helped West Palm Ma.,.. K Imy Mock, Cko.vl11.1' llllyJN I ) Marty HinnMrt, Itvxrti M,k. Sophomores Bob Begert with f/jNW/WNnTk7.TenS/ .'.". ZL
J n., 0o a.Mal O S yl Ilk.. Tunwr 'MIe51.5)l trX Tm Wftl,., *.. ."a
; High boasted Its second consecutive" oualy.. Beach' to its first unbeaten, soda P. e.1ra..a MI..me Palm 5Nc5eussoI If and Beasley with 14 led the .;..
Class AA state football But early In the fourth quayter united season In history. He HvHARDS. SIN' ...... Klly WN// Mustangs In scoring but ,.
Jwrr Ortw e.M.vlll.> i Mk'." ...... Atliml .P50a5NN DoM, every
championship today after beating I Coral Cables staged an unstoppable made the most tackles, kicked ./*, Wire. SKrtiti Mrry J. < IWO,I 5.15150 055 150.55.1 _.055Ip body had' to take a back seat
"' '. Clip Say, JN 1 .. Chora* Layaway Gift Certificeres, .
I Jpcksonvllls Lee 14-7 Friday "ylt'd drive which 23 extra points and was a 4s- P/151./ .l50s Tw a.1I, .f=t P."r.v ..........."P.ucWt, .1cII PIlbol try. WM T5ntS CMcttHIU ao.I.- to LSU's Dick Malle who canned
s Bight In a tough defensive gam resulted In fullback John North minute player almost ever ;y StMh_, iMtrwn.CINTIII.00 JN'.I laltwly' D.y .... Joy TWOS. MrtMtii .J51I1.. J55. 25 points. alalwus.elwslwualwalhwelsla.Giw .
M* JMknmriM' Dvwnti I/5na5
:J Heft thin 10,000 tans gathMI going[ over from the one yard game. CuMxr PtulMR, M.llyM4 VII Oomli '- IWMM. S/van '"
.. ..
line for another marker. M Ar DayS f 51051 *l> r "". It Ptitnbvrf
t ITATllflCl' Again Rents, one of the most exciting MI MM TWO wrl AMMMW MwM, Mltml.R. Nififmiii .... Ikwik, PompM hind h.
% HI I C.... ea50. the conversion was good placing football players In th I.tlte' UMTflKACKt, CMK I IKK.HHK. ill\ tmmn, OWMIII Aml ._.,*If.,
iiMrwnri' S* T.ICr5. mm
I. ..Hut...1...DMM,...._ 'Nr 11 the south Florida team In history, ran, passed and TMIMIMM....M15sni Lou, Sixty Sill Ctpptlmw jtMeot,, Tam.Dun 0 rMyJmhTr.itMt. JMI KMnwyTMKM .
II PlHlnt :........ Mh front by 14 points. kicked Coral Gables to t b estate II.... MMlnsd t5.mwnk1.S 55nMads, td lint-,..T.0..My.....I

** I ,.._ 'n',,",," But Jacksonville Lee was still title last year and an all *LFIACII IMM .Mt,'JII.. l>. "ii Mki CMrwrt. JwkMnvllU..fff II I
"..... "e\1.11I::,. ,. :::-.i 151 Jim 11 l IMsr. Jock.llitr. L *HIIMcAtfwn '
; e7Sy to be reckoned with. The Generale' wlnnln this Unusually ct f J15,1s5,
v... "...I ud gseaaon year. Mil.....rtutM am, .4,_ Nrt LOS..OIIl = Wlnnr'-: =. 'iwTri:
reserve quarterback Paul deceptive, Rents be D Coo 0|6IM ml Irixt Clxnv
-, Oil"ny ISNIM, ,. 55555 MiISL ..... tnum DMtCINTini I
and |p Miami's Orange Bowl to Morrison lobbed a 41 yard touch led opposing teams with his
I 'ULLIACKS' a..b Cf,""'I5 MI ,01, Frank Win....., MlwnlKrltMwor "
watch the Cavaliers win the down pass to end Leon Alexander running ability and maneuverIng 51,1.50, *Mdv CirHn. Cr*s i City COumbuti Jtr.il N* ....<
7.5 NOTMH. OKMmllU f. Ps rt c....
K Mvwti Lull Cm S.SS.
Ta5. |
championship and their 21st with three minutes left on out of tight spots aol. Cium, TMKM flmli .M JUnTIWM Cn/* HlnMk ,,_. Cam5keasy
consecutive game. I the clock. Hess, a I 1, 195 ,. pounder, 1-- tempo. I..rA TtHKkMw, SWMOM, OrdMM, Mttftyi -
ail Wwwn
Coral Gables scored early In On the kkkoff, the Cavalier lias gained almost 3,000 yard __I ritytrt. iS.ls1" aINOI U. r,," 5l_ Tlllw"* .......WwaSlvovl0q, L.., McFwIlii*

from quarterback Larry Rentsto out the clock. sacola Escambla He has great 15155.115' P511555 LWl PoN.NJNS SSIlS 0Ns0.._,Pal., JMoy 5kl.rd0er. ,. J.sklOwIlla. L S II 4
155 / Tan
Is and A a5. Cltp ..",-, 55w lit.... :"N/w5bosi';" :=' 1
.. halfback Tommy Warren The victory gives the Coral speed, strong agile Cl s.o/N1.5..1 N..1 5u,0ors. .... LM Ibss/, CSn.
115 JNS.owI1N eM55 OiiS Tills
The kick was good to send the Cables squad a 1M season The 100 yards In every game this MM I..'. aivwvtovt hxNAMll Mm CM*
Cavaliers Gut In front 7-0. of consecutive victories season. I Oils. ,lsw Cork. _
string MtuMi Si 11n 0 yUrM McTIIony of Chrtslmot. Select In
I quality
Culton, a I 0, 190 pounder J kMnvKK PMM, OnM C_ *'. Sat jMlnan. 515 4
The; second and third periods II, II Just one short of the .-.0,IIN a C. Imllh., J.I15WNN y.l.k.ly I
Were scoreless with both teams state's Class AA record of 22, was a pile driver for Talahassee ., .*15.55*. Jam Mae.Silt 5550W 0"_ e. kMy:-rumtni n> n. ac/- Jimmy Yhnhi. M their favorite sports equipment kerel y
15,5.11 PMSI
Mae *> $
: Buttlnc up a tough defensive set by Miami high In the 1WO a Leon. He averaged almost -_.... MISM A55M.. CINS. 5505' O'd __Say MISM J"' trJ _
six yards a carry for the Walk'. Wool 5.51 1.,5.tAcetaI 55,00 d SI0.5555111." 1051.NALP .
: J LIons I O.ry 55. C1II t.I hAte{ P5N T,.... C If .1
this sesson 05.555, Ivy. D.,Ib WMIMt HI III e.5./ .. klwiWt. OriMM I.. I GOLF by Macar.gor
!0IIIp M...... "....... City .--, _..., P n.k 1_. Pimento,
5 cwd Veil M.. $ ,,_.
.lI5051.1. CONOl M.15y1 55555 Itrtm City sane TMHWMrw.
71-Win. ...... I./. "., C..... co-I .. UrHt CartlMI M ..SrytJMI
a The second team was chock JN5onIlI 1.1.5 ,,_, J1t CIM: m,, Urnelii DM1WMOI '_II, CLUBS BALLS

fun of talent, also. It is composed Ice MIdIoy* KIDWVIMIIOMWM. 0rk515N.P.u5.55 P .r S %...Van.... CARTS ACCESSORIES
of AI Duncan, St. Petersburg 15050 Lank. JacS.ww1IN L.., SIN BAGS 1
Missouri Mol*, CSasoa5s 0150 M51Nr5S CLUB COVERS
; and Ted Archer, Nips ..lyo.d CNbdsl W_ D...5Tos.I
aOr..5, I.S .5/55. It .Si/.r.
Pensacola Escambia ends
\ : N...' TSy .leekMil L.tKM -TENNIS-
t John Douglas, Panama ell 1 y Tall St. Louis! Pr1kSML Jac.11 J.ckMS, LISINS.

5 Bay; and Mike PetruceDI, .Sl Ma515WI 001'11'55, MIS." _aM..IIN 505.' 5555 D. ;.
Petersburg Dixie Holllns. tackles Mo. (AP) 515'S15I5 _.. Lake
\ .I.It ; Terry Story, Lake Wales; Missouri's Ned MOMMS out- C......* Hwrlwk LM Cry.PtfUIACKI ... PRESSES BALLS e J y

and Gary Duvin, South B reward -muscled a taller St Louis line Ia MISS PMINSI-Ju5 Ool C....H....HrrO I s1S* SHOES II
guards: and Joe She! Dmi "M*.0'__ MIMM C .?.lkvti ..
j, 1a1 nut. Lakeland center leading the Tigers to a 12-51 upset 5.1 Crx I.0.Mae -r.t V.t r 1:lk's' FOOTBALLi i '
of .. TWO 5055 kaNW e_
the fouruVranked BJlik-
sWa .ar-y Ps.rkI155. s,5.M.SMo.an5
The backfield features two i SHOES
ens Saturday night.
t Jacksonville Paxoa standout 105 555100 55055 -..
Tb. other halfback\ la Jay Mc-I -- BALLS SITS for Bovs '

J Coy Miami Southwest; and the JERSEYS Helmet Should*'

fullback. Bill Rhodes, EusUs. \ DRIVE-IN GROCERY'I Pads Shirts frPamrs

.. On the. third team are George:

Dean, Tampa Robinson, end I

1 Walter Chinn, Miami Edison a
"t and Steve Ely Tampa Plant 1 ,

tackles; David Hamilton, Orlando BACKBOARD GOAL SETSPINGPONG

It Edgewater: and Rio
j StyppJeworth. Fort Lauderdale, Mel.*. 2J to so rW .....t" trvliiee, MtittoM with' 0LSWMTERS

guards; Pat Can, Lake Wales Jecksajii's Minil Markets. Paid V lemurs ..4 otlMtfrtefe AWARD ( % ,

center. ..*..... wlwn ej.lifie4. Prefer m."Ie4.**. & :

4 '. Ml H.. .....,.... ealy. SNitlM Mtarks Fee r
Gain for :Gables; The backfieid Is composed of nt.....<.. ...{..t ......,... $M.00 week POOL TABlES : ,

Jack Eckdahl. I Calaeavllle sad fr e.a.fie Me4 .."''" 5123.00 per week.
Quarterback Larry R.ala-flt Coral Cable rarrlee euartertaea: Handy Jeaes, -

for* Cavalier raJa In his ......'. 11-7 win over Jack Wildwood. and BIll Perry, Palatial J.ekwa'e Mull Merle JKnlWQ iWJBw* d vfTMJ GeMs

4 II'JU. Lee Friday night. In the Orange Bowl at tailbacks; and Jim I2J4 N.W. loth Ae.Afsiry .Gei..in. III W. Univenifv; ,..... rt M2U

Miami. The victory enabled Coral Cable to repeat Brow",. Jacksonville Ribault 1 .ta gene H Mr. ..... .. GUN TIL > MO.... :THRU fit.IlL .
M flaaa AA state rh..... (AP Irephoto to San).. fullback.

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Sun..,. December H, 1964 Celntsvllle Sun 05 "


Wave Gains 52-38 ... SantaJFe .

Scrambling QB EE
'.1 '
Again 'TopsChief
: '/. I
Over .
dory Green Cove ,.

..i..I : \ land .. :'. J For Redskins? =

(By'JIMMY RUSSELL i isrlUsketball tore seldom had a second shot no serious challenger after M r

Aiilitant Senior forwards Covey Johnston Clay center Guy Jones fouled ALACHUAHIGH SPRINGThe notched, BALTBCORB (M'" w The Ing him InII.. season tlpenet:
K,. Yonge give an enthu. and Dan Dennison led the Santa Ft Rebels .-
out early in the second quay Washington Redskins mifh. do and the Vikings won 3424.
tlo erewd something to PKY rebound parade, as Johnston ter. PET had easy going thereafter 1 their third: win In four game! better in Sunday's game here Colt defenders had the tamaJHZ

5-r -'about aa the Blueve' grabbed 11 rebounds and as they went I ID a halftime Friday night with a handy Chlel 1 M-t I-, against the Baltimore Colts If trouble In the second meeting=
30 cage triumph over
| Itutoaged an tnpres- Dennison got seven with a 30 IS halftime N they let Sonny Jurgensen play with Minnesota, although Baltimore

p13'J2 Keystone confers Green Cove scored] the first cushion. O L14 land. IS- the role scrambling, quarterbacks won by three polnti. 1W4,IZ
win over, Green, Cove point but PKY surged back to The second halt saw PKV The Rebels Jumped'td a Detroit Coach George Wilson-
ngs Friday night at Wave an 11 .. 1 first S lead after one quarter and
quarter lead, taking advantage of numerous took note of Tarkenton's success ni
> taking advantage of numerous Clay fouls to pad their lead.A were 1n firm command Baltimore has a strong de- and made tome adjustments

dtboard control was fouls. total of 17 fouls were called! lm, throughout tense as a rule, but It has had last Sunday. Quarterback Milt'..:

Ifl trademark, as Xhe vial- Dennlsoa and Johnston hadnead against the visitors In the. final ) Four Santa Ft players went trouble every time It's come Plum, who like Jurenselhasn't \=
Into double figures Terry against a running quarterbackFran
two quarters.Center won any fame for hia-1-
Charles Hinton 1 lead 4 Thrasher led with 14 p 0 I Into Tarkenton of the Minnesota running, didn't wait for the Coif Z

the PKY scoring with 14 points, 1 t< 5'I while George Teel! bad 12 Sonny Vikings was the first one rush which hat dumped rival-
Rudolphnd Tompkins 11: and A ad ) The defense had trouble reach-
1 while guard Ronnie Koru added quarterbacks I league leading .:
13 and Dennison contributed Strickland, 10. B. a u c h amp 49 times. -

10. Guard Jay Gtolsby topped Chkfland with eight From the start of the game; :

was high for the losers with 11 The preliminary game went Trenton Gets Detroit attics called for roll *
Girls: Lead polnti. to the Rebels B team by a 41- out passes and Plum wasn'tcaught

PKY managed II of M floor f I U margin Tom dark and 4th VictoryTRENTON once by the Colt defense ,.
Frank Powers scored 10
shots attempted for a nifty 411 ,' points Detroit, rolling up the second
111 B1;N FUNS ri'thom ) to 1,, j Chlefland
r: ; I Jumpf. the front per centage as Dens I s an, je each Beauchamp led The unbeaten highest point total of the season
eHwwIth' a S4 hon! total) of n; with 11. -
BJttNcr.-F1: .AP lam Coru, and Johnston all unveiled against Baltimore won the
) -
The wert tied later when Ru- IANTA Pe TmwW40., e 9 111l,04511d..44M Trenton Tigers ran their
Masoa and their I accurate shots from 15 feet a To,, 0445 ICI. 70,51a 3M4
pd, Rudolph game
record 4 0 for the
dolp and Miss Whltworth posted ..... .... 05-1 c. __ 5
tie.partners surged Into the 17. out. The visitors managed only 1. es. .It".. .-.4S041e.4 ..., LtM4W. season In a slow down game The Colts, m doubt, will be
round lead of th 140009 11.2 per cent of their shots 4 .15. U+59.C51IPLA.0 looking for a similar maneuverby
Ilium' .111 M< with a J9 20 victory over
jph Mixed Foursome Satur- Is dropped second.round PKY coach W. J. H II tint' CNU... ,.,.", c....... t4-4, W 5 S 5 Newberr the 'Skins as the Western

leaders Dow nnite'Wtld and aid, "I think we played the 'A,, t..h.7.' .1 buTheo.0 1 : ,. Conference champions tune upI

Ma lene Hagge Into a three-way basketball we were capable of I.",. 11-NI. Holton Browning hit for IS r the NFL title game against

ad and Shirley Englehorn I tluf for second, but left them laying," Hoskins said a1 C040/451 la0I. PS Milli III II-*, points to lead the winners who Cleveland, the Eastern Confer

|a fl e-ultder.par 31 on the'on one stroke oft the hid The win gave PKY a 2 1 Chic Hinton ((2$) hlta one for PKY. OfIIc..III 5hkC110a a'. "_" had i :21 I halftime lead. core champion. The Colts have
'nine, e!' Ve .1.72>yard al r c with'Wea Ellis and Judy
record and raised the Wave to Coach John Rows played his not looked good since tenting

i..Hall', course, 'Rudolph ball and Dave Ragan and 1 1 in the Keystone Conerence. BronsonWinsFrom reserves In the third period as the Los Angeles Rama three

alloy Whitworch posted tie iiky Wright. Green Cove Is now 0- Friday Basketball Results the visiting Panthers were content weeks ago to clinch the conference

| ICon pn tie backside. Snead and his young partner 2 overall and 1-1 in (he Keystone to hold the ball. championship

the! ere aternately both brilliant Conference Nice KMOOI.UcM A""'. II, OCOM N TaylorTAYLOR The Redskins have a lot riding
61 for
i a Ilx.und'J'par I 14'M Pi Cltxllt IM, MOllOa es 47 The Tigers ,,11hOlt\ Chief. much
f to equal'is best score of d erratic They fired an ealleeuc. Mike Gutlerres' B squadgot WwcHull 04.404.0., laO B r o n s o lied I on the game, more .
land and then '
0"011' a..5a 00593.05 53 $1400044'S next Friday play -
:e on the 294-yard second PKY tans In the = Cllrv. V, Miwly IMMnnif H than Just trying to beat Baltl-
moment, Snead sod Mini proper 5P 9, *yt .01.0 II throughout to notch an tasj
... Gainesville High School Dec .
ile when Snead drove theeen mood as they managed a SOB K. V_ A erw CM tor .. Ort_ SVMI M Ocill MFUrMl N M Rlverland Conferenci on more for the first time since -

and Shirley ran down s victory over the Green 55sa..,. ft n, cumin MtiMM Mnnfeirf Cxilnl ttrry U TlvlrM n, Lr.SIII ii Mtvmmtm basketball.. win over Tayloi r 19. "!It. "M-
foot Cove M *WnM HIMU mn' y ... Vwilci M With six victories In Its last -
Bees Pate
Kenny was Farnaworth and Larry .
000400 11. 0415v0.0 10 Tommy -
larks IM PINS 41 OIIMclKIIM I' High Friday night "
Clipiwthorne bagged an eagle three at high for the Baby Waves with r.Key.,..,It 44 HmHxrni,...., aCM *. I.phyrMII. 74 Cryl, RIM It Horace Moody and Bill!I Dalton paced Newberry with nine games, Washington la tied .
City u. DM city Casa n "
e 480-yard 17th when Snead 111 points, while Terry Turner .Ml *1. MMrm M ,-w tmxMr M. TMIM 0,k.f.H, f Schossler led the Eagles with I fIe polnta apiece.Trenton's for Philadelphia for third place '
laced a two-Iron shot It feet had II for the Baby Dev.Is. Craw City '". NHS MwKK! U _... 43 P.90N90Pare II girls! the In (he Eastern Conference, each
.'"IA' Myn... ttr.UII 13 and! 11 points respectively, won pre ''
from the cup and Shirley .. 100510 40. 0,4r1 5.300 4 with six victories and seven
5900 04ew O.sa 'null 50Nw Intlnary
Ie Griffin had game
Part .,_ 41. ,_,..1 It Johnny U and ..
dropped It. ........ 0.40101 a ANy.IW 05 .P1weCaa ....... !oSst'.
ones coveSmm I 19t1 0. Nwm.4,1 II, T4fft m
Cede SK'Wa 49C0acc4l Milton Sims 10 four ,
R KEY The I i After playing even par on the l-f-li Carla. ,. I I.I.', HlilctllntI .. 5,451. II tWIOT.41, at players TRINTON tmlltl Mil Wltolt If the Redskins clinch third" "
rebounded trodloss ..", Mil..,.... .,.ll 19011. I e t>4c. II. CMMtl, Ditto 4. went Into double figures. tfl 4< trwnlnt t\'tw.\: : :
harks N tnckiw n ChMt wli and M of the
front aide Rudolph MmWhlteworth il ....... l-4-ll Simwt. I...., I kittrvtl P4mM SN4 IX ftn LIuMtMItPlMwn THwtM. lli place, they will get a slice "
' lit' to Chief ,.. Jay ft C ilvnr MD Branson led 27 I at halftime "'i_ till WHIM till Will 49
caught fire on the 0U MU MNU1re..H| C 0951. LM Ii, MWIIM 4xiM 11. NlrlH MIMItl IIIf championship game proceeds.
Ii Lxxutir 444 CNNM t tt-
lier In the week and Whitewortn caught fire on the MaOh.N T...,5.. '5.II.Tooy, M"I. De IICM larMft WIIHn It, 0..Ml 404511 0.0. Nwiml iMCrMI ll a..ooo, CirM Clly U wH11 and coasted to Hi second /595. ,.-... M .

i Hawthorne, 7M, Fri back nine. Rudolph sank< puttsof ,_P. K. vosoe.., WII"1er- OM01N5 1111. 4,_. I-It..... 0d,W CAI..I. l U.I VWfWIIIriOTWM ... 'ert*-SIM_' M..,..,.11,595959.... 44tivjn ... 55430 win In three outings. NOWleesv t. aim .-... tt ,1
Hill .
W.HlUt 91 .. ,
9410,5 .
. t In a Riverland Co* for birdies CI., Cnwi "I ll t -)! ,. 351 al The Bronson girls took the' >4-li Dvl* '* PuniwirlltH SWITCH TO ..
45, and 12 feet at P. 5. Y_ MM It UMHH Pot Clly ulh.rl n> 04, TuMMHMMl .utHU, Will Palo ttlthS ti D.Mn. IM '1f.1.. I NMNTON .1
aaketball encounter. ) tho IMA 39t preliminary IT II, In (059 W wa..wi,
f the 10th and 11 Kathy 051,404 K rr tnt Lliry Mi*. City any M SlnmlllvMI II ... / H'N' 45 game a e lll_!. '
.Beckham led th* dropped a 12-foot birdie putt at 1.I Ml 041,405 HMtm 5HTv00 M-Mi PHtMlrfet..., 500093 S. MIl MrlMu, 41 4009,051 Nl93 .5a55..... .5N... L...AMTIWI. W4 M UWMI N overtime Mary SwUley hid H I "WMNT I I e 11-11 7.
the 19th and e..lIylol two more .."'K.OI. ..-", 1110,.. M4 Tidal 051/ n *tt H, WiwMillcMI echo iltntnmttl IIAltM ,,"'" .nt 14 N4THI PMM 14 points for the winners 0"010111 PI0.'S IN Marty. I 1

w o'. F Slaughter rlth 20 points and wh Bntt e at the 18th and 17th when Rudolph 9311....N... 4V tulrMniLake It It,,CHtMMtK....., ItrlfifiInMt "IIfrtHtn 15 5 HallymM,. ,...,..WcArttwr... Dials"II.HIIIIM 54...... M 41 Dim.4WU plk up I pt ESSO..

and three CmlvMW M loosens H. MM4V, 4-1 III SrlMIT !
left her only one 71. ,.
ad 10 each. Bill Hughbs .aNO0ll, ftmnn Jtrviln4 I .,P4ttrttui.. NaM1,5 n, T4TI4* 44.111' II4VIHI Ml M, MM KeystoneBows 1

.' losing Hornets w//th feet from the cup. remained Butler 0,41094> .!.>..W401N louth, IMXIW Hawn II II 1'04.,1. ...155l. ...... III' 11. INN 5da..., p' +4. II Sim, hI., ,.4-f-lli.,..;.590554. 14.1'TAVLO ,
least nine teams > _
...IM*CHy 14 KMMcM' MInvtrrHM Vera CIH* .. ****.. M-li e
the ClMnyttw IC Mmlmit" u 1510... 144, 5400104190. 5-31, W.II,
In the running for ;8.110Oflnt I* How y IIMl .,. 62.49 "M
... 051409. 41 5ar.N. Hlth' ItPuMI 31.11 4007.0. t-Hl Plllmnw IIVIcbatic .1.1I \ HEATINGICONOMICAU
ferl *IM4 CHrmwl HMMMHK ... ,
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.Key bolted to a 3-9, prim In Sunday's final Clips JasperLAKE 0.,.... M luttlllll, It 110.545 57. eoN 41It I 13 755151, 95440
0145a C.nr.l M TlvirM I) A0404 47. 151..111 S5454 155aora IT wa/a...,
nd round. .
(tin the flrit quarter OvIMa, II, LHi 41Or NUN No L,411111. ltonN 1 I ; 1 IS 'II 1-w CALLAHAN The Callahan
ntest outcome was n verubU The tourney is sponsored by >xMi entiM II Orllnd IN0a. 0401-e
BUTLER The Union 401,10l.1a 4.M C905v PS, 40oI Olin. dl Ramblers' broke loose In the
Hog and Hal. Co. rode a 32 45. Sl,0w 55 C.ma0, 11. M/159/ (40,40 I I
Tigers point 0590 'UII'O Loses last half and went on to a II
....... 'A'"IA
and Carol 040,451 AI' A' '3. CNa.wr '
I George Bayer Thomas to .. PlMr.Mr. K it, Slim. M M
spree by Jimmy a e. ". Ca//401h 41 .,. 49 cage success over Inviduuj
also re- .
won LM
Key Mann were two strokes behind 0,11940 011I S01a 11. Ort_ C._ n. .If! wMIMI4 :
14 47 Jasper To Wild Bulls
victory over
contest j be- cage III II MM X M IKIMII PfMN M Keystone Heights friday night
I at 209. There was a three- sv. Friday night 'IMwIiit Jt, ."MUtwmt Ciriktt C. 5,550,5 j< M. McCoy:0505c10umN.
r the girls tie at 211 among Dan Sikes and SIC, II M. COLLI I Th. contest was clou for
Lake Butler to lIT LiMt M OCALAMebane b
jumped an ,_,. N4K151011,411 N, Tampa CMm Hlg
KUr CeoIIor, I. Sandra Haynie, Julius Boron 5015, 11T10Pa PrMcMM II, '...... |1 the first two periods' Th.Rambl.n .l
lead In the first period and LIU N School of Alschus dropped I.
,.,,,, I.P0..5. a000IV 1W 51. 1.440040'! MaMIw 47Tamar .WCS.7- CLlAH.' HIHGI ... ..
......... ioU, 32-301 and Betsy Bawls and Lionel the visiting Bulldogs atrtr Plod 11. Tao0. S'40190 15Tamar kIln. C. M. S,. M U 54 basketball decision Fr i, led .only. 29-21 a Iin t tf .
110a/w 1.11, Ia1W C0O5,5. ,.. 545 5,, Hebert and Louise Sugi.Indiana could catch up. J.l9oo 13 Tampa bail 11 =11/ v.. Itw.5. "'-/I"1Ff CHI50,,, day night to Howard' Will< term baton.. ..edeuve.sd ,.;..

Danny Lyons had 12 petals WldilM HK4mn .... va0' H Bulls It was the first def.a t The Hlgglnootham brothers :
.!Nt 1I1C t MIMW for Lake ... 1,. Ckl I. I.WJ4 II .
Butler while Reed and
Milin 5- Five Bell Drubs OHIMMm* City W. WyMlMftl for the Green Hornets In twc.amn. <) led the surge by the home -
5444. aKkiiwii. .,.1.tiMMchmur li an, 51* Hackle led Jasper with II and ,.,. M M. Kim.. 44Pr Wilt quintet In the final two peri III u.. .. "

j4tlry, '+1. 13, respectively. ClHlwnl4. l>, Arlnxi u Walter Anderson of Mebam I ode. M. Mlgglflbothim/ topped 517 '

00 wlr45wr Blitzes N. C. It was the second win I In Mustangs o NA_DMMtt a, MM It, MM4n4 a 41 led all scorers with tt peen I scoring with ll points and JHlgglnboUiam ., :-.
three for Lake Butler UCLA I". *rl,... ii.. n
lvl\ ale 11-59' N"n.ML tIICITSU and! Nice Jenkins added 11. got 1$. I! Service w
Iii AIw..4 159 9,.1.. The Tiger girls! won the preliminary I M4KI, riM McQasklns led the Wild I Watchdog
BELL The Bell Bulldogs ... ,
Nf But Individual honors went
By 107-81 LAKe UTLM game._ PlrrMIl, I 5e, had two big quarters en route 0...." IM ... ,,-- IM Bulls with II while Allen hiIt. I Gary Cooper of the Indians I Ito CALL-

Ciy.n M-ti S. nwmM /--', w..... .
ross 10 a II U victory over '
City cage who fired 11 In toeing
L points a
] BLOOMINGTON, Ind (AP 401.1.11,.,.ill. 114 M-lll. ... t TIWfiM l> Metroie's Mustangs Friday l Branford Tops In their lint game, Mebam I, GEORGE E.
w :_ Al Harden and Indl- JAMS110 ,, t-Mi Minn .. lopped Douglas Anderson el ctuse :
.1, ... night, I
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towns Colts ana's sore press shattered II....... H-IIl ,..._ til T. Mayo by 42-'J6: Jacksonville 17 II as Anderson The B learn game wn taken 1 DAVIS ,Jr.
lass 11.1340.soar Bell hit for 27 points In the Callahan $ -11. ,
,North Carolina in the first half tv mtntniM hit X points and Jenkins by I _
...... N II I? 1444OfflClMll opening period and 27 more In BRANFORD
CITYTh Dixie and the Hoosiers raced to a 107- n-7 The Branford got U.Mebana'a. eMUM" J. N4551" S.5N0, 0.e COMMISSIOI'f.MlNT'

\ Bears banded Mortl Marl- 'II basketball victory over the TwtrlM 4X41 3Is.o the third quarter. Bucs ran their basketball girls won from Hw- .N4595.... ../", Mal M. 000."'",_.......... .0 0 5.59 1Is HUMBLE OIL 4> ..

Colts their first baiketballof Tar Heels Saturday afternoon. Stan Jeff High Bobby Smith led the winners record .to I t Friday night ward U n and also beat ,eI.a. ..e..5941.esvsroeee-... 4441 Jaa90w4 5ea REPINING CO."w

the season[Friday S-ffool-reserve with 20 point while W lIlt with a 42 31 triumph over I Douglas Anderson a 1$. I

k M Say to a we -played Harden off,the a bench and led t the, With 551 Set Williams and Herb Spears had Mayo. II was the first lose for Mebsiw at home with last .M. Wfc TMM- C.s1I.I ttl OHM ICII51. | 5'; 201 N.W lire ST.
came the Hornets In four In lit next 1 40.90. ..... '514 511.10..
It* defensive harassing that started 12 and Dale Trail hit 11. Robert games.Bill City Monday night 591, IT e4ar11,.' PHONE I7MJIJCANOE
Stan Jeff paced the Moose McGuIre hit II and Torn- game. (_ell "
eOter obby'DOOU'MD*-North Carolina's downfall He Mixed League at Palm Lanes Union 17 for WtlrOle.I Perry led Branford with HOWt "r..*,.... I... JUMIt ;:=- : 150 4I5/A ..
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stole !UM ball and broke up passes ,11 points and Johnny Flasell -.4, (k*. ..., HOMM, H.l lr<. w
lQ>,.. alto 22 polnti while with a Ml series on games of I toy, 14 AHM 5.51 CUMMTI.4i 4 ... .. a,
Oprbln added [17 and aQ over the court and topped 191 < 141 111. Bob Brown! hada I The visitors salvaged the had 10 Glen Ikea Ud 11 and Mf4MHM Iflti. .IHMH, e H.tint. .

Iris 'Owstreet ILi his perforrasnceiby J taking a 121. Eater Van Leer led the girls game In the preliminary Junior Cooper 10 for the losers I ,MUMS. 0.1111.- AaweS. '->iti ** r
Jump ban against a 4-3H opponent sction.seu. .tut, *H i 5a0/.r1. (.Mi asSy.Ce e"SIOl
CuRe 10 points from Women with 113 232 101- .
got 545.0
Mayo look the girls game 39- 5050. NM W11N/1.
Bill Cunningham.Tht ..
lavlslajxf'EoberU Stone; 911. Joyce Nachtrleb had a I r JMMM' *!,ll, TUMMM:. 31 and the B team encounter, .5. D.,15M.,......,
U 'dad Jell, Edwards 111 press forced: North CareUna S12. Mrs. Van Leer's 29 wastop ,1.114 5.00940 "lit 5-3114 435..,a..N 11001.4.,. Hit 61.41 0. 21 It _She II 1 It e qI 45 55.1 Ia N I

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with the tears addto made only I. had a 221 for the men.
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06 Gainesville Sun 'Sunday, December II, 1964IJF's



Can Irish ?
Produce Encore

j I South Senior Bowl Snots l"Ji' ,

L SOUTH BEND Ind. (AP) -I I The only respite the magical "This year, we were forced to season. Bob Merkle is back,

'" 1 f I MOBILE, Ah. (AP) Si! teammate back Bob Fells, are math back Ray Ogden, tackle What wlU football Coach Ara Huarte got in 10 games at quarterback go entirely with a senior, seasoned both at halfback and

All-America selections and the I the first Negroes invited'to the Frank McLendon and Kearley. Parseghian of Notre Dame do came In brief stints by Huarte," Parseghian com fullback

il.1 first two Negro players everIV' all-star game.Firstteam Florida State's 8-S Steve Tensl for an encore next season with another senior Alex Bon\'echio.1 mented. "I always preferred to Snow's successor at split end

I'' Invited were named Saturday to, All-Americas/ on will Join Namath and Schweik out an experienced quarterback So Parseghian must start pick a quarterback for long may be Captain-elect Phil Sheridan

i a 27-man south squad for the the squad are ends Fred Biletn ert In the quarterback corps in sight 11 from scratch next spring in a time range. Now I'm hoping a slick tight end this sea

16th annual Senior Bowl game koff of Florida State and Allen Namath, Frederlckson, De- Parseghlan's thunderous search for a quarterback he our new quarterback will come

,,,, Jan. LThe Brown of Mississippi; tacklea Long and 275-pound tackle Harry Fighting Irish debut was ac- wants to have daring, a strong from the freshman ranks. Obviously son.Although superb linebacker

I ; roster is loaded with future Dan Kearley of national champion Schuh of Memphis State were companied by the offensive and accurate arm and good this position will be our Jim Carroll graduates, the Irish

; pro players. Twenty-five of Alabama and Jim Wilson of first-round draft choices in the lightning flashed by the aerial speed. And what coach dcasn'ttEast biggest concern for 1965.'" will bristle on defense again

the 27 players have been drafted Georgia; guard Steve DeLong of pro drafts. wizard/ of quarterback John Reserves next season. Other bulwarkswho

i by National and American Tennessee; and halfback Tucker Schuh has signed with, the Huarte and end Jack Snow. Carolina The Irish bad four listed quar helped muscle Notre Dame

Football League teams and at Frederickson i/f Auburn Oakland Raiders of the AFL They broke Irish records like terbacks this season but mainly second nationally against rush-

I least nine have signed so far. A second-team All-America and DeLong with the San Diego DENNIS BUTRPHYroes. they were clay pipes. Bowl ,they were defensive reserves Ing will return.

Senior Bowl sponsors said the chosen Is .Schweikert, Virginia Chargers, also of the AFL. ChampionORLANDO They include soph Tom O'Mal- They Include 262-pound Kevin

C North squad will be named In aI' [ Tech quarterback who led Frederickson signed with the Huart. Snow and nine other Fla. ley Dan, McGulnn and Bill I I Hardy 2 -pound Tom Regner
few days. the Southern Conference in total NFL'i New York Giants. senior stalwarts--five of them ) Zloch both Juniors, and and 235-pound Alan Page, all
Carolina from behind 1fuarte.
Olympic great Bob Hayes, the offense this year. Namath will decide betweenthe offensive specialists graduatefrom I came on Huarte's up-front sophomore monstersthis

I' Florida AIM back billed as the Alabama will have four representatives St Louis Cardinals and the the Irish club which rock- the passing of tailback Bill ClIne. destined to come replacement from seems year. Also back will offensive
a current
and beat the Massachusetts
f. world's fastest human and his: quarterback Jot Na- New York Jets after Alabama's eted to a near national title University of freshman trio including Bill tackle-linebacker John
r from the ashes of a 2-7 record 14-13 In the 19th Tangerine -
c meeting with Texas in the Or- Bowl Brien of Virginia Beach\, 0'1 Meyer; deCenslve'star backs
1963. Saturday
Tony Carey Tom Longo and
ange Bowl. Both picked him in ,Winning the NCAA college Tom Schoen of Cleveland and

., the first round. Needs Sleeper division Atlantic Coast regional Dan Koenings of Racine,|Wls. Nick Rassaa and several solid

1 'Dupree MacLean Other aquadsmeo whose sign- From this year's freshman playoff East Carolina drove I.1 Parseghian disdains discussing players benched by injury. this

ings have been announced are quarterback crop Parseghian yards to a touchdown with 7:41: prospects of an individual season.
linebackers Dsve Simmons and They are linebackers Jim
apparently must try to capture remaining in the fourth period candidate, but did these
Bill Curry of Georgia Tech Lynch and Pete Duranko, also a
; football lightning In a bottle as and got the victory margin on a evaluations of the threesome:
In 'NorthSouth9MIAMI backs Jimmy Sidle and Mickey he did In the person of Huarte, a two-point conversion from "Koenings has a strong, accurate seasoned fullback, and end Harold
Sutton Clf Auburn and Long all three
I i ; Hayes two-season bench rider. Cline to Dave Bumgarner. arm. Schoen is a scrambler originally

; and Felt_ of-- Florida_ P____ nn A&M.__ Kenney Palm scored both strong and fast. O' rlen tabbed for regular duty this
t' Curry signed with Green Bay 1 Parseghian, eight season Big
Fla. (AP) Coaches I seghlan Is due to arrive at 130: Simmons with St. Louis Sidle; I Ten coach at Northwestern, neither Massachusetts touchdowns on has a good arm but must develop year.

; and players will !begin arrlvlnj: p.m. Friday while Paul Dietzel and Hayes with the Dallas, Cow. looked back nor ahead aa passes from Jerry Vhelcne. quickness.'

Friday for the 19th annual I Ray Graves of Florida. boys, Sutton with the Kansas I the Notre Dame football miracle one covering 12 yards In the In the offensive line, S w'l SALI
shrine college All-Star football t second period and the other tackle Jim Snowden, gu
Practice begins Saturday aft City Chiefs and Felts with the ...' grew. Saturday by Saturday STARTS
game to be played Christmas I ernoon the North working out altlmon Colts.Fourteen until the bell of defeat tolled going 61 yards in the third. John Atamian and center No m .Dt.12
afternoon in the Orange Bowl. East Carolina marched 44 Nicola must be replaced. ut
at Miami Stadium and the Southat of the squadsmenare LARRY DUPREE abruptly in the finale with
i Ara Parseghian of Notre' yards to Its first score, .with the ball- carrying ,departm t,
Memorial Field In Miami
from the Southeastern Con- In Senior Bowl Southern California.
game beyond Huarte loses Balsam Scotch Pint
Dame will bring six of the Beach. George Richardson driving only e
ference, three from the South fullback pair of Joe Farrell Native Cedar
Fighting Irish, including Hels- across from the two. a d
Jerry Rhome of Tulsa, the em Conference, two each from Joe Kantor. (Tttoy L... lane'
I' man Trophy winner John Both teams entered the
". nation's top passer, will miss the Southwest Conference and Saturday Night Cage Scores sam All Snot RtdUitakl Poises
Huarte and Jack Snow. Par I with 8-1 records.Lincoln. I
the first workout playing In the the Southern Intercollegiate Top Backs WESLEYCOMMUNITY

Bluebonnet Bowl game in Hour Athletic Conference and six K..tucky 110. Syr.cuN 71lodl.n. Arkonooo N. Horaln-llmmonl' MOkloMml Nick Eddy, leading Irish

ConsecutiveHolcsinOne ton then taking a plane for Ml from Independent clubs. 1 107. 113 North Mich Corallno Luthoron IINorthwood in loumora Mtfhodol... T..o M 7), Lwltlono' Itolt Tops I:ground gainer, and Bill Wols i
Vu,.,.,. Toch M, VonoorWH MWolf. return fine pat II METH. CHURCH
ami, arriving in time for SlJn.day' Power runners for the South lap as a halfback
.,, IIS, .PlodKHinl 01Auiutto .. Amorlcon. 7T, St 110I. JOCumborlond N. .
US W. 23rd" Ily r4t
practice. are Sonny UU of Virginia Ted. ItI C, Mothodlll 12Itvlg. Ky Collog II. ON.0I'loSouthorn NorthwesternJACKSONVILLE aa the nation may produce nei "
79. Colgolo 31 MNorthwoittm
: -
Larry Dupree of Florida, Fred- N'I II
Rhome will alternate at quarterback rumor/ .CotowBO 01Prlncolon IT Color
77, N.., 47Lohlgn ).'., It MIDdto Tormottoo M M
'!' with Roger Staubach of erickson Ogden and Jim Fau- 01. Buckn.ll, MCormglo Jonmon C Imlth tt, Llvlngtlon, ItlllloMHl Norman

For Golf Pro Navy on the South team. Huarte I ver of Texas Christian, alon I Nobnoko Tocn 74. Micriigm... Wovnoibur 71Horttord 71 '' City Illlntll IM.17..FoyoHovllM.,.1. Collogt...,. (1loulhorn |'I Anderson and Clarence Mill I I 111 To mst men. ..

and Carl Stlchweh of Army will with speedy Mickey Sutton ouburn. W. R'l 71 low. M carried Lincoln to a 10-43 bas
i Onion Tocn M. rludton Volloy WJunlold Aurora 54. 0111. 43.IoMNM It just isn't
handle quarterbacking for the It. Wlrkoo MLoMnan C. Iml" N1, Llvln.5f50 N ketball victory over Jackson- Christmas
PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) -,A north. I The South will have considerable Volloy Phormocy 71 Morovlon 71, urtlnui UPMIMoiphio 70 ville Northwestern here Friday;

; 26-year-old golf professional beef up front, with the tnHvollo M. Doloword 71Ltmoyno nIght. without

-'I from Davenport, Iowa, scored Cock Ctrl MOUTH Illclwoh, John toynmur,I middle linemen averaging' 8-3 Mloml Ohio M. II Icronnn, W....'M" MIchlfM 71iipptry Michigan 5' Anderson pumped In 21 pints :
consecutive holes la one Friday, Joe, JonnMti ond Donold Pmolltrmyl and a shade under 240 pounds. (. Rxk n. Finn 74 and hauled down 14 rebounds
John HV.,,., Nan 0._, MIcMowoiiomi ...n llotd 40 Konuo loll 51CltotMl
then almost sank another two Oond ....,.,, Arlnno .,..., The South won a thriller\ over Of, Goo WnBlnglon M while Mills had 20 points and 10
lodor (Indlondl .,... Murohy, NirmHormm AoMlnhlon 74, ....... ADMy IIClnclnnltl Falls 74-73
holes later. Jon .... Mknlgm Itoto Tom the North 28-21 last January and 17. Loulivlllt' 17 rebounds.
UrUonlk .Pave .,.$. I.*. 01 Crolgriton IIrWorlil
?Ed Shuman dropped In his tee ....M Tony Olocobonl lowof/ Tan< leads the lerles 105. H, Monmouln 41Albonr LINCOLN '- 'AMor**, rut, em. Mme.
shots on the -yar4 10th hole nlontkl, Mkhlgon llotol Rudy Kihonaorg ., Tho ....'h MVOdlnot 0., ..... 'l, eonMIc' Collroe LINCOLN Neb. (AP) Fred, 101.,. I.Ml "'I".. *.*.20. ....., MToomfct -.,
Indionoi Jock Inaw,, 5.1.. ._... Mltilttlptli. ., '2 1-4-10. Tololtl II IM4.NOP.THWISTSP.N .
: Alloit o-
and the '105-yard llth hole a t 0...... nil .Pro* Brown Mloml. Si.., o-i, f35. _....... N. OoorvdOMV Ky 17 Hare tipped In a rebound In the I MUM *"10
.1. TKklot Illl Zodol Armyi Jot '.c- pod llloMUorl, Florid Itllo, 4-1. 1111 Albion III Aiom M last second to give Nebraska a, Brooklm H-7 Thomot, |...ti, TIMmo-
Mountain >Shadow'. par ,M ,. .' NMr1h.5./.rnI Jim ....d..., N.... .... John Milton, Richmond .-.. IHTocKlot Chtrlttlo Chins M lynctiburf 17 ton, I.t4i H.",., It-It Andorton 44
: course. He Used wedge o n 0._, Phil DoulKn, /lowoi John. Otlbort" DM ....'1.", AloMmo, '.2, N C. ..." n. loulhom Colllornlt o> 74-73 victory Saturday night't: 11 Tololot, 17.7-41Icoro k
) .,... ....... .
4 Pave AmorlcM Unlv" 41 Akron 4?
Mil Frond McLondon AI. 4-1. Mlonnll fey djuortoniIncoln
'I' )
1 both shots while playing against I ..... KM Mogltelo, lie,.. DMIOIOrttg Murphy .Florldo. M. 1911 .... John Corroll/ ... a....'" MltKIgM HAMIIond over Michigan, the nation's No, 155111 It -IKNtrmwotttnl MENa.
icnimtocntr" ond Id Momonli ." H PIOuordt .., H I rated basketball ,,
I Wttnlmttn Horry { huh Holdolborf college team II 17 I 5.43
,I Fielding Abbott of Sun City in I/IIno/S./ Jutlln Contio Mluiulnx 1.II.rm10S 44 T.....,"'..... M n
1.I the Arizona Open Match Play CMI.ro tan Ie..,....'.. sod N.nn I.., *1> '40, .'... DoLont TonnoiMo. Trinity ... Ml 71Mntdl Hare shote from IS feet with
Nlctlt Notrg 0...... 0Mil: P>oml 'nMhommo, LoultlonMM dlond' Coll II. WllllmMlle" Hot 11 seconds rebounded
IOUTH ., Penn State
Championship. a o-l. Ml ond Jim Wilton. Oooroj 54
Sacks r Jorr* llhomo YVIN/'Re..r 411 I4SContort, 11I..._ M, Now Mo.lcd .,.,. HHomrford on his miss and with his backto
After his first aces Shuma Itoukocfl ond Sd Orr, Novyi JimmyMdlo Hid. tlnobockoro ... Sill Curry .>, Ponmylvonlo Mlllloryeulnnlploc 41 ........ ...... .
I "* f end Tuckor f rtdorlckton, Aub,.... oorglo. Tieto ..]. ltl Oovo llmmonoorgio ., M NUholl OS the board flipped the balover Tops K-State --.. ....
l' l,' I told Abbott: Jack .1.... Mlomli' lorry DuPr' o, Par, !. 0 TKkf *!. ....'.... Ruuoll WoRico .,. MlcnooU ,... Now Nompinlrf 74onovd his head and into the basket Aflo' ,S ... Ie""." ,
4" "I think I'll use the sam ftft Tommy Joektofi, 0....... tack M ..mtv."orINcU LtC...' ISO: W.I_.... NS. AI..'. C/og.*, Ttlevm "- "" 4. .:.
Hon, piccolo. Wont ftftiti Kon Wlllord.Nortn Jot Nomith. AlobomHoirbockt ., 55,5.10.45 Tonnoy LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) 1 It .*..... X Serfy 'Arfq$/.... ... f
club the same swing and let Ctrollntlr 411 N4 e50 5.5.001. 1/1.1.1. TlCh Ohl. wttlovon 00, woitmlnlldr, .Pi, ttHlMulkvlu O.ed.ronf." .H. *,4,
I' .M Doll ColllrlM IIlcII pr. 41, 151 Soil TMdtilde' O1fM 4,. I v15 dOIOootTomploi Michigan hal used brilliant t Penn State ran up a 36-18 lead ttowor loop M/e..1 O.doro.1.sits
: two back-to-back. Wouldn't It b e Irown, Mlomli' KM H..... Soylof *obHoyto 101 n Rotten Unrv MII I
) 'scoring by Cazzle Russell to lat. in! the first half then had to
If 1 did?" Plorldo' AIM .. Jim '_. T.... Chrlton > lontvonrvrg. .. .,. Pronclt Po.Cll N
I 'fuMY Tocklot ftooort Srown, Mlomli Den 510, Iftr ... >olll, 'lorMo AIM I .Po. 41II move to a 71-St advantage with weather a furious Kansas State
the hole Shuman' L.onon. Dukoi .1_ .. .' Mloml n
On 13th a MKLoon .lOr. / I Nil Tusks frodorkkMn Auwrnllll 4 turn
CO..,. Hurtton, A."" "*. 1. *nb s.,... 'lorldo AIM, o-O, 101oy M''...... 41, ... loull. UCtntrtl 729 remaining.The rally to post a 60-59 basketball "
; tee shot hit the cup and rolled .Ouordt wiii.Jl4, ..... C..MMiln Ia O0rion, Alobomo. 44 nil JlmmDlo Conn M. Morylond H. N Wolverines counted 16 victory In the Sunflower doubleheader JIG
lonnoH North : .' AuMra, U HOi Mlc.., SuHon.uburn Ohio Unlv IM Monnoll II
six feet
pastShuman pod Torak, Virginia, o-l, IM. Albrlg 74, '"I.'h_ nChoyniv straight points, with Russell l Saturday night.
beat Abbott 4 and 3 to Conttrt Iruco KMton Ntvyi Dvtilmmont ...".... Lorry DuPrf.0.144' 4 .'. Kutltown M
Atorglt Tochi Tony loltdlnt, 11. HJl ond I,A. VI,, Vlrglnlo" TocH. H,. Mount II Moryl n CttholU, U 47Mobtrt getting six, to build a 41-31 halftime Kansas played Loyola of Chi.cago -
I advance but lost out In his afternoon Mu.",. Nt-. Morrll. 7tt "Potomoc .'". 47 margin. in the second game;
High OMlt '0 lion M
match.of Hompwn-lydnoy 117 dUclMMnd .Prtltlllonol Hare led the Huskers with 20 Penn state Jumped off to a 17- .

Army the other North coach, Duke n III, tool Ctrollnt 71 points. 2 advantage and waa ahead by ..... Ih... &all..
in of hours later RollsI llont, 42 North Slllon 41 It with ally c..........
gets a couple Kentucky Russell finished with 29 points 3:50: left in the half M Csl.SM 1.u +
Hortwkk II Itfioco 55 : -
along with South Coaches Purduo. M, ...... MC and Bill Buntin got IS for Michi! Then Kansas State got organized ::Si.. 3.50 ::' 'A.Se.st 350
W Pair 93. Hm York Toch MAdolohl
Wayne Hardin of Navy and 77 CCNr ,". ovortlmo gan. against the Nlttany Lions' 1
V.14,.,. .,.. II. Ooorgll lull IIIhorlof zone defense. 1I
II, TMnottoo WH''...... MNowMrry I -
Over IS CIII.... ot ChorlooMn UNondol JC-State cut the gap to 17-28 by FREE PARKING AT YOUR FAVORITE STORI
Syracuse 'Ip5-MKay w vt..to Ihopnord Hloiom Floyd KOsPowell halftime. The K-State ,
I tl, w vo' wotioytn IImchmtnd Wildcats

\ .._...71. ..Vr.|A.II..,.,...N.., ... Of pulled up to 59-58 with 1:26: to go I _- g.lflEl 1.fc_
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) Dampier led Kentucky with 31 WoX Vlrtlnlo; M,-Morylond" ; -71Mhoollni in 6 when Jim Hoffmann sank one ,
44. Aldorion-lroodouo $1
'Jlnth-ranked' Kentucky crushed points. Pal Riley had 19 and OWnnllM. Hold 104 Wott L'...... UMlnonBorf free throw and missed another GRESHAM DRUGS
7 14. Goons M. ovorllmto that would have tied It; I
the Syracuse Orangemen 110.77 Larry Conley added 11.Syracus. CMAa.1.. Arm1 SIMMh.nM
1 Saturday night behind a 11.polnt .'. highly regarded /.100.151.-DI.KI.M II SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) I Carver Clinton of Penn Slate YOUR DOWNTOWN GGETT STORE
t .....'..W..I.. M, ooliol IS, ovo,. A lean, sharp Floyd Patterson and Jeff Simons of Kansas State I
reduction by Louie Dampier! tandem of Dave Bin, and lime -
and Kron.It Charles Wlchll II. Irlghom, Vount 41Momlngodo two-time former world matched free throws in the final 1
Tommy Richards scored 20 and 1 7J VonklM. I 0. M
1 / 1 I 14, respectively, but RIchard .Ponont II M Ambrwo 77 heavyweight champion knockedout seconds. Then. Clinton blocked a 12 W. UNIV. AVE.
Norm T*.oo SloW 7*, Arkontot .,.,* .. FR 2.2551
was a case of Kentucky Dean supplied the big noise with AMlon* ChrwlM 41 SouthwMt 41 Charley Powell in 1:21: of the Ron Paradls shot for the Wildcats
four big guns outshootlng Syracuse's Arlington II 0], |..l Toot (t. 71 sixth round of a scheduled ID- with three seconds left,

three as the Wildcats 23.A point-sone defense led by TurN Toclt II M., O.ICO Wyomlni 71lovlhtro. 17CtnhNWry round bout Saturday night and grabbed the ball out of \the air 13TH PHARMACY

moved Ita record to three victles Kron forced Syracuse to make ao50w/105 135.0... NMrs* OuMn 0_IINtkroiko It apparently convinced himself he and fired it down court out of

USE YOUR one loss this season. Syrcuse 23 floor errors. Kentucky made I ... ND.Iwi WotMyM N. II Moryl Ol thoIII. is on the rebound."I danger. CORNER N.W. Utb, ST. cad ;1.W. 16th AVIV.

CENTRAL CHARGE ..tJiIiiiiJ is 13. Vtllov I*. twttrB .. ...* am on the road back." said f .
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Kron passed his previous career 0.sfi.r.... 1Kh 175 TI.11y 53, UII'a 55 Patterson after he had floored

H game high with a l -polnt : :=', Swlln.: -- N the San Diego fighter two times

.&..All c...., first half and fouled out late Ire VPI Upsets .*.. 11'. 1III1ch.71 0M.Ik1.... .,.ND .. PI prior to the knockout

I "' .:II_ IDI' the game with 30 points. Kello :.r'v 1511 W511.C1 m.IuI5y 55. Lw:"55 5.147w. Patterson currently the third

lucky led 17-U at that time.GIVFA elry W........Canm.miry.... ..... N 45 LyamO. 7f ranking heavyweight challenger aflNlfl' 5UGG15I5
Vandy 69-64 .._, used the bout as a
Ok Lowram 71 warm-up
.. C. I hiwo. 01 .1 OM n lot scheduled
rounder with
I CKtmtiooiNIoNow Canadian George Chuvalo Jan.
r'' BLACKSBURG,'Va. (AP)' 4501115.0 51. ....... 50450 MCSNM10. 29. Goronot
Youthful Virginia! Tech rediscovered .
i A .
its winning touch' Saturday 6511045 55 Much.5 1..h 51 PORTABLE.REMINGTON
HOVM CM. 17, MtdiM* .Polrkigr. .
night and Drake Dotcns
I shocked Van.derbdt'a OkkoM NCM. :

I i!I 'GIFT OF HEARING"b third-ranked basketballteam Norto... n...WoiMngrMt.. IIV Vlrtww end.loo....M 71 I TYPEWRITERS or
l WU _WikMnton c... M,,.("...,. MOM A*. Mich. State

f the that Only 1.. o*15."" ... N, Aibknv Wtto 41 I UNDERWOODCONVENIENT
season a was the lint! victory of the UM.. dt ktcrwtlor 74, Amon4 41 EAST LANSUiC./ Mich. (AP)
or relative will I GIFT CERTIFICATE I season In four Airrod' Unto. W Honor CoMow N Drake
tries for the Prooonlo >tol. tot Onoonto Into 71 Jumped to an early
Snel a Savings Ii I jophomore-studded Techmenand t55h Niogorg' II Community ... Iris. CountyMonroo lead and, aided by some cold

i ; aa alJ.newZtnlth J I the first loss in four starts Cowil* CommwMty/ A...... shooting on the part of Michigan
" Hearing Aid 11' for the Commodores, 'who In .. .- MO o*, UMV Ot IMlft 0kO>0 It State, went on te score a 11.75

'I[nil In the attached Cift U1 If. i their three previous games 05.Ptiw...M.. oMucty rwono 17 oo OumonooM basketball victory Saturday. ht wY
$ f'h hadn't had a winning margin ot Xoo "', OltyM 7J Drake which held a 40-30 lead.t
Certificate and bring U ; V-- M, tooiUKt Tot
S' s? l !less than 8 points.VanderbUfa Mtttr tl lo.... Aries n II halftime. allowed the Spa -
'to us.(Or have them come 1':1 'iri --1t.... 1N,.. _lOtoMojg'Wdloy 1 tans to get no donor' than seven

I la with it). nil savings j'tlt;: i Moot Clyde\ Lee --n., L.I45.m...._ N.51 C55l5 5551511 plJintslD the second half I .
Ul led the with 77. Won 71 i ,. ::tI
san be redeemed, i:2: game scaring points to The defeat evened MSU's .... a

time before New "Years.ITai i.M 1 r eI ... and snared II rebounds but his C__;,53.u5.5.3 ew1..S 'II record 53.2.. Drake has won I ;

:'a minute NOW toN N I' individual brilliance failed to 11Io.-- N 1_ II three of Its four starts. i .

| friend better bearen f t f r i save WeUel the had U Commodores, Pat Morlarty, John 17 : .
:1 j
f big for YlARA: gp4azJIl fl>u for Tech. 1-DAY. SERVICE on

I 101.1 Virginia Tech moved to a 32- i

zt lead at halftone and took the t RECAPPINGGates TERMS

: COUCH'S60S lead for keepi In the hotly contested I i On Any Typewriter Regardless of Moke o, Cost

second half with T.4S remaining See And Try Them A.q ot MORGAN'S

I N. MAIN ST. Metsel made. when the a basket by I TiresGULF I Our complete Service Dept ossuRS you of full manufacture

-, I tR IN" .lU() S CAINISVILLIFRESH score IWJ. luarant. 7

From that point. Tech
ZENITH HEARING AID BATTERIES margin to mi and, although ran Its GAS BATTERIES Tremendous Selection .

FOR ,MOST HEARING AIDS UN Commodores once closed to and OILS ''e USED TIRES Of DistincriVt ond M'R G A N-

within X1 with 2.N left, they CemmeecidJ Placeuat T. ractkol GIFTS{ for Jww
ever could catch Fleet. Owner TIRE REPAIRS
If You Hove A Hiering Problem Set A Doctor up. THE STUDENT "SeMng CenernI Floei '
The rebound battle was a >>- Snc 193.7or

: First. Then Test Try A Zenith Hearing Ate S4 standoff. Neither team shot Gotor Tire Service, Inc. Ce..pIet. u.. ..fOfflC' I

..1I1rom the floor, Teen firing Bill ..aed. Oveer I Supplies

for''OJDoy_. way at a rr.' per cent clip and Jon N.E. W.W. .... H 2-0497 BUSINESSMAN 901-903 N. MAIN ST.

andy sinking a chilling 31.2. .
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129 ROTCSeniors l/F Given Grant to Aid Brcclit Scholarship Fund ApprovedThe Ham radio operators helped i Cambodia's Buddhist religion
to track Russia's Sputnik I Intolerant;, of local deities ant
1957 when the United States'!laplrts. Every Important even
[ St. Augustine Centennial University ,Inserting the scholarship be- dents enrolling in September, tracking system was Still in ( I Is attended by the char?, or lag
Foundation quest in his will 1963. infancy tsll(priest, as well as village monk
establishment of Terms of the bequest
[Graduating A group of St Auguslne businessmen The play, to be presented ina erick W and vide that the scholarship pro-mo- ..... I Now Special Mermaid Show
known .. ...
I as SL Augustine specially constructed amphl I .
Fund ,
Scholarship niea will be available first to ., Under The Ll hts At Wcekl-Wecheo
s 400th Anniversary, Inc. theatre, U scheduled to
r an $300,000 qualified students from Bre- Every Day At 5:15 P.M.
Commissioning ceremonies
has awarded a $2,000 grant to:open a 60-pertormance run late Mr, Brecht's vard County Students rwid- ;
Jr 29 University of Florida Refcrve the University of Florida speech'June 27.Paul In adjacent counties also ,
Officer Training Corps department to aid in financing Brecht, a king' be eligible for scholar- ... .., It's Jnstent Fun,
seniors ached Green Pulitzer Prize- .
Graduating are
UF died .
participation In the pharmacist .-
city's aid.First -. .. 0
3 ship ...... For You Everyone
Hed Dec. 19 at 2:30 p m. In the quadricentennlal celebration. winning playwright, will write at his Melbourne :
I. HIWs Miller Health Center the drama depicting the scholarships win b e 207 NS MM Av..1)4 MW 11th AIM toll 1 s20, 1:21.
luditorium.I In making the grant, the establishment of St Augus awarded. next unrlntr' for tin.. 2.7;:1,
Twelve Army ROTC Cad e t s group; requested the IF speech I tine. Three UF instructors,, f:24
iill receive commissions asfecond department to offer a course in,Dr. Leland Zimmerman, El- .
lieutenants, along with Symphonic Drama to prepare wood Keister and RonaldJerit Shoe 1C OUR GUEST XMAS EVE! WATCH OUR ADS
B members of the Air Force students for parts In St. Augustine's i will assist In the pro- PatEi. A...., aRoc1
ore graduating this trlmesIMaJ. celebration" play "Cross .duction. Heels ( HEIiuic.
and Sword. o saOu mi t Dolma
r, i 5 APa /Nt UDsoN ? .

Chief .of Gen.Chaplains' Robert of P.the Taylor U. SIir Activities AtIOFF SUBURBIA: Soles t ; WNEN PARIS IT TbNy aNDah<..lCND

Force, will deliver the comfissioning NO'oWeRs
address.. V.Sh.wdnla 15 M8

I CoL William M. Boaz Jr., pro 700 '.M.to L J
At Two !a.t.
fessor of air science ind eoordl. FMNr*- ti1iiij 1, s. 7. eOrr
(20 W.
later of military units on the 10:10
jampus, and Col. James T. Hen- "Summer Madness" Carolyn .
(Week of Dec 13-Dee. 19)) .. FR 6-0315
kssey, professor and head oftray With C *itit M. *
science, will supervise i Events I 24 FHtun.. 101 N. BUSINESSMEN'S LUNCH
he program Jointly honoringe Saturday Joint Air Force Opp. lit D
senior cadets. and Army ROTC Commission "Living Venus"SO.nl.e FR FAIR"a and M o Wl
J Chaplain Taylor has one of ing Ceremony, Medical Sciences William KtrwJK XMAS SHOPPERS SPECIALSMON.
he most remarkable'prisoner, Building Auditorium, 2:30 p.m.
It war records of any living Speaker Major General Robert THRU FRI. 11 A.M. TO 3 P.M. -=- -
nan,' having survived the Ba- F. Taylor, Chief of Chaplains of -
|an death march and 42 the U.S. Air Force. Mon. Salisbury Steak

fepanese.fconths imprisonment by the -<>allege of Nursing Convocation oarlra.r very.. I t cluil,. Finr I ; : TuCS. = Beef Stew PARK FRIE. Discerning ladies and gentlemen will
Medical Sciences Building .
|"From.thej5tandpolnt of his ar.ax a. ra Dm Own .It appreciate shopping In our pleasant unhurried at.
igh I Auditorium, 10 to 12 a m. I .. Wed. -- Spaghetti and Meat Balls
position In' the Air Force,
ExhibitsDec. I GUEST STASIs mosphere. Come in end make selection from a
Bs stature"as a spiritual lead. JOHNNY *I Connie ThurS.- Bor-B-Que Beef Plate
I and brilliance ai a speak.i lilt-Sculpture Exhibit CARSON distinctive grouping of clothing and accessories. .
North Wing Gallery, Florida, Fri.
will -
we tnowr.Jilj message Union. I HELD DAN:; *Jim Swiss Steak at your leisure Our cashier will be happy to validate
w of great significance, not N 'THO'' ,
Ifcly to the commission. Dec. 11-31 Caseins and OVER! THI ABOVE for hour. Thlloff.r
newly your parking! lot ticket you up to one
U officers, but also to the UnlKrsity Woodcuts, by Lily Huff, Bryan "- SIRVIO
community" CoL Boaz Lounge, Florida Union.Conferences : 2nd BIG WEEK \ PAULA CEO. HAMILTON'UNTISS 85A SLAW.85c good only at First Federal Parking Lot. Also
Id.Among the candidates due toM Short Courses CONNIE'S NtW COLI.. free parking for Young American Shop customer

commissioned are Giles L.Ells Dee 14-31 Part I, Winter HOT ROLLS r sunlit.
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrsliles Institute In Quantum Chemistry FIRST TIME EVER ICOI'U..11 (SICONO CUP OF COFFfI OH TEA PltlllLARRY'S
L. Ellis, 1028 NW 4th :' Solid-State Physics and SilwJJH1OI1H.
be.; John E. Slaughter Jr., son Quantum Biology, Nuclear & ANN ON WONDERHOUSE
if Lt. Col. and Mrs. John E. Sciences Building THE SAME PROGUMrANN.MARGIlET !
Daughter, 224 NE 10th Ave. andVade I
H Townsend Jr., son of Plan to Scale RESTAURANTHome Desirable Apparel For Men and Women
i H., Townsend, 1442 NE 17th I
I i 225 W. Univ. Ave.
Formosa Peak of the K. C. Strip and London
\ SHOWN PRESLEY "I,IT Broil Steaks 378-1611 Theatre
juIcy PTA TOKYO (AP) -Eleven Japanese FIRST ELVIS Phone Next To Fla.
;-11< plan to scale the 13,113-foot AT 7:00 COLOR TI HE WORLD'S 14 Southwest lit Street .

Meets Monday Sinkao next year Shan a spokesman in Formosa reported early -- _' _.: '__.._" '''".'. .._ .- 111'\

i J.rlstma J. Flnley! program School's will PTA be Saturday.The party., led by Noboru I South Side of The Square Open Evenings Til! 9 Til Xmas Eve

Id Monday night. Endo, 34, an official of Tokyo's
F meeting will be at 7:30: Self Defense Forces Hospital, ,
__ In _,the auditorium. will sail for Taipei Dec. 27.

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: 55,000 QUAKER BTUHEATERS s ., ," To Santa Industrialist i FREE GIFT SERVICE WRAPPING


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:_ Post Office Bootes, a leading British industrialist ,I3 IRD ....... ...."
'wit" I 10-year guaron- and head of the I _
I I tea on fire pot and Nov. 27,1964Gainesville 4 I chine-gun, a pop-gun, a bike!,|kft last year. This year I want: ]Rootes auto manufacturing '?
I vapor rings. Fla, a rocking-horse, a clock, a 1. A Betty's Beauty Parlor ;combine, died Saturday. He was S A yJfefefe M OotKfuuty
1628 NW 35th PI, swing set, a sleeping bag, a 70. 'I
Dear Santa Clause (sic) cowboy bat, a one-holster gun I J. A Bonnie Bright doll Lord Rootes full name wu.1 ilff&EE PARKING ON TONER LOT
and belt, a flashlight, a tool 3. A Skipper'I
I want a real horse and I I liam Edward Rootes was i
$7285k want a barn. and I want a set and bring my dog Sammya 4. Larry the Lion chairman of Rootes Motors I USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGEThe
barbie and want a ken. and pretty collar and leash. A 5. An Allen I Ltd., makers of cars including w i Store That's More Than Just A Hardware Store jj

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and I want some ken clothes Army men. A tent 7. Raggedy Ann and Andy died at his home In London
tl and I want a barbie house andI Joey Butler after having been ill for some
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and Stand 12 Months To Pay for me, but I am telling her coat. If you have extra color '
55-flol. steel' what to say. book and crayons I would like :-tr
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Christmas, please put a mon- easy care
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Albert L Jonea Jr.. 2019 lv w, at and 7th Ave. -. -
I I and charged I damage. At 4:18 p.m. Friday, a house
7th Ter. and Kevin S. Fitzpat. with driving while intoxicated. I At 118: p.m. Friday, a house' I
fire at 1634 NW 1st SL Minor
I Z SEE t rick, 1079 SW 11th Ter. at 4:25:S I, Alfred D. Taylor, Ocala, was Ore at 710 NW 2nd St. No dam- \ Young American Shop ,
by. p.m. Friday at W. Unlvers 11 y arrested by city police at 10:20: :age damage
Ave. and 13th St. a.m. Saturday at 1500 W. Uni-I At S.03 p.m. Friday, a grass At 6:20 p.m. Friday, an auto "A SILVERMAN STORE"
I Deric H. McClalland, 505 NW19th i versity Ave. and charged with 'fire in the 200 block of NW 23rd Ire In the Gainesville Shopping
the SUN Lane and Fred Wilson 38 3 7 driving while Intoxicated. Drive. No damage. Center. No damage. 208 W. UNIVERSITY
,SW 1st Ave., at 4 Fire Calls
pm. Fridayat At 4 06 p.m. Friday an auto At 11:46: a.m. Saturday an auto -
W, University Ave. and 38th I At 10:45 a.m. Friday, a smoke fire at 512 NW 1st SU Damage, fire In the 500 block of SW ACROSS THE STREET FROM SILVERMAN'S
St. bomb at 1222 NW 8th Ave. No t60.Tito's 2nd Ave. Estimated damage,
POLICE FIRE REPORT Donald M. Harper, CWefland; James H. Vidal, B$ NE 1st $200. Not Quite CompletedBut -
Accident Roundup Mary D. Howard, Starke and SL and Hilda L. Russell, 209 SE !
Involved In accidents reportedby Jesse B. Leroy Jr.. 1312 NE 47th St., at 1:25: p.m. Saturdayat LiCe 011 'VUFT.TV To With
Dr Richard
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the. Gainesville Police De- 20th Ave., at 5:50: p.m. Friday Hawthorne Road and 15th SL
partnent and the A I Ie h III In the 3700 block of N. Waldo Another world leader reb present times and pays Ire- Physician
County Sheriff's Office dur I n g Road. Horace J. Daniels DWI 710 SW'6th views his life, his n a t Ion'. elal attention to those political AnnouncesRELOCATION Many Wearable Items
the past 34 hours were: Ronald D. Register Bell, Fla St., was arrested by city police problems and vIctories, and and military victories that led
Evelyn M. White, DOS NW and Raiford Herring 823 NE at S:43pm. Friday at NW StAve when the National Educational will to Yugoslavia'be telecast Monday preside,n Dec.c y, Of Hit Office at For The "Young" Man In
41st Ave. and a parked car, at 25th St.. at 5.50 p.m. Fridayat and Ith St. and charged Television Network b r 1 nl'
11:13: p.m. Friday at NE 7th St. N. Waldo Road and 39th Ave. with driving while Intoxicated. viewers an absorbing one-hour Channel 1& at I p.m.5. over WUFT TV, 537 N.E. First St. Your Life. .
| and 23rd Blvd. Joe D. Shehee Sr., 308 SE Ith James B McCann Mcintosh, program entitled 'The Life Goin".ill.Otfl" .
Horace J. Daniels, 710 SW 6th and Times ," Featuring an interview by i
St. and William H. McDaniel was arrested by city police at of Marshal Tllo htst-narrator Hauntl 2 ft 2.',
I SU- nd a parked car, at 1:43: Jr., 527 NE 12th St.. at 4:42 11:50 p.m. Friday at NW 13th The documentary, w b I c b lean In which the Fllzroy Marshal Mac dis- ,.U Thy,4.. Pk. JT6-7I9I
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Joseph N. Simmons,.28, was Jurors declined to Indict Betty .-II
indi 'ated In the October rape of Jean Nobles, 21. year-old local _- ffaMuMto CoMfwy \ ''
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Have Hard Time 400
universities will take a closer!
look starting Jan. 1 at the qualifications Millions o Americans you too can enjoy p "
of applicants from dis- '
j accredited Florida high schools, the convenienceover ? of a Zale Charge Account at ti., .
nounced.the Council of Presidents an- 400 Stores Coast to Coast. This Christmas

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quire whatever additional evidence your Purchase; ,Zale's offer a 60-day .

i., i 1 decide considered whether appropriate pupils could to' MONEY BACK GUARANTEE on all purchases.I SANTA'S Bird Is Due
university.The meet academic. standards of a Whirly

presidents' meeting resulted -

t Southern from Association the action of Schools of the I 18'" I I COHDU5S I / \ 17th At 4 P.M.

\: and public Colleges high in schools dlsaccrediting In Duval 13 I II/ Thursday Dec. :
County. ; SHAVU WITH.
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Sunday December 13, 1964 Gainesville Sun IB : NEWS

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Corps To Decide Use Tobacco Growers to'Vote

;f Of Blanding, Tuesday on USDA ProgramVote

ST. AUGUSTINE The Bradford County Chamber of
\ State Armory Board will act'Commerce.
here Monday or Tuesday on a
Authorized under the Economic

request that a section of Camp Opportunity Act of 1961, to Continue Plan
Blanding be donated for es \ Explains
training centers will be set up
tablishment of Job
Corps in various sections of the
Training Center. flUE-CURED
country to provide help for TOBACCO Fire TowcrTelephones

by The the request Bradford has County been made Development youngsters surroundings who ,need regimen a changein and In Effect OKs Allotment' Cut Actual' Supply

Authority. The site associations.The Bll. lBS.
specified is about a mile
south of Kingsley Lake, and BCDA has taken the By BUZZ MIVSON vote negative, there will be no Secretary of Agriculture Or- 4.0
about five miles west of lead in Incorporating a noih Sun Farm Editor marketing or acreage controls vile Freeman has already proclaimed Alachua County Forest Rang
Starke. profit association to formally( Flue-cured tobacco growers next year and no price sup- the 1965 flue-cured tobacco er Gene Branch yesterday ex-
The Armory Board will also present a proposal to Washington 1 will go to voting polls Tues- ports. Another referendum allotments which call gained why the fire towers in
have before( it a petition bearing D. c., authorities that a I day in a referendum that may would be held next year. for W.S per cent less acreage 3.8 3,743 the county can no longer be
about 800 signatures, protesting training center be established I well decide the future, or lack Agriculture Department officials than this year. reached by telephone.
the establishment of a''here. c If! a future, for this Importantash have launched an ex- If growers vote to suspcnc lie said when the countywide

training center in this commu- Members of the organizationare I crop In the South. tensive publicity campaign urging the tobacco program, they will 1 3.6 Actual Supply ullfrce dialing system went Into -
: Pat Everett, Zed ra The growers, located for the every eligible grower to faced with the possibility ol f effect, the telephones were removed
1 nity.The petitioners maintain that I Hamilton, Clyde Terwillegar, I most part in the southeastern vote in the referendum. The swamping, with uncontrolled from the towers as an
, an influx of about 2,000 I G. E. Wiggins, Jim Norton, I tales, will decide whether officials are trying to get across production, an already surplus- economy move. Branch said
traiifees would "seriously Im I if..I, (Les) Beasley and I hey want the present federal the point, too that the laden flue-cured tobacco market 3.4 that persons from all parts of
balance" and have an adverse :State Senator Charley E. I tobacco: program continued for growers will not be voting for This would no doubt lead the: county can now call the
effect on the social. structureof Johns. I the next three marketing any changes in the present to a drop in prices the extent Gainesville headquarters of the
the area. Harmon Morgan, who retires J years, beginning July 1, 1965. program. They will merely be of which, officials will 1 Forest Service direct without
I The project has received the I Dec. 31 as Bradford school The present program includes voting on whether the present I not hazard a guess 3.2 charge.
: the setting by the De- flue-cured tobacco is It all bolls down to the
endorsement of the Bradford superintendent has agreed to program The county ranger said; that,
County Commission, the Clay !serve until then in an advisory I tartment of Agriculture, marketing to be continued for another growers deciding when they actually, quicker service couldbe
County Commission, the Starke capacity, and from then on as :' quotas and acreage al. three years. cast their vote In the referen- obtained by calling Gainesville
City Council and the Starke- director of the project.tteatDey otments and accompanying Any changes in the programwill dum Tuesday whether they believe 3.0 for that is the point from
price supports. have to be made by Con- in tho old sayings: A
U at least two-thirds of the gress. bird In the hand li worth two 1959.60 61,6 63.64 fire fighting crews are
dispatched via radio
Christmas rowers voting mark their bal- If the growers vote to extend In the bush; and half a loaf
1 ots in favor of continuing the the tobacco program another (or more specifically, to.5 per IUt.14 ANNUAL HOV. 1961 Branch suggested In case of
Conies EarlyBy tobacco program, the program I three years, they will be voting cent of a loaf) Is better than UNITED ITUII DEPARTMENT el' AOIICULTUIII'v emergency that persons call the

SAM McGARVEY will begin effect for the next in effect, to cut their 1961 none at alLSecretary IA. ... r..n .in.. teas, lf. Mil. ..,,1 ly .( ftut-cvn* .Mm lalncsvlll operator and ask
Sun Staff Writer ;three years. I flue-cured tobacco acreage by Freeman had to leI I......... hr 4s2 .IIIIM pser.sl. ii .Mfl ssloire. N tile for the Florida Forest Service,
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At the end of a day. stereo in If more than one-third of the.nearly 20 per cent from whatit order the 19.S per cent cut in wee .M. I Lions
music Is a blessing. It soothes I' growers who go to the polls I. was this year. allotments In the face of ever KcvHtonc

Jaded nerves, quiets I lumpy mounting surpluses and theme Higher and Higher To Host
theMowing --- tobacco market both II
for -
impulses and Is a balm a - -- ,
noisy noggin. : Places home and abroad. Graphically illustrated I lie the major reams for District Cov.
Polling Williams chairmanof the u)$n'hlVlnr to order a (seemingly) drastic
But Thursday Bight, during I Emery ,
a piano concerto, the player the Florida AgriculturalStabilization cut in flue-rured tobacco acreage for 1963. During1 KEYSTONE IIEIGHTS-Dls-!:
developed an irritating click. ; For Tobacco Referendum and Conservation the pant fire years the total supply of flue-cured tract Governor Charles II.

_ Softly at first, then louder, Committee, explains the reason tobacco ban increased by 4H million pound, equalto I Thompson will be the guest of
(Voting hours, S I.m. to I ) one-third
p.m. about of 1901 .
and louder and louder and I for the allotment cut honor at a meeting at the Key.
LOUDER.In believe In Christmas." ALACHUA COUNTY thusly: done Heights LIons Club Monday .
disgust, I put down my I scoffed, "Girl friend! She Community A, Sunshine Store, Hawthorne, and Country I I "Because of large IncreasesIn cigarettes) was the surgeon the flue-cured tobacco referendum night at the Masonic Hall.
book and glared at the Instrument must be very ugly duckling If ASCS Office, Gainesville; Community B, Phillips Farm per.acre yields in recent' general's report linking Tuesday Perched more During his official visit 1 I ,
Then blinked in amaze- she has anything to do with Supply, Alachua; Gay's Grocery, LaCrosse; City Hall, years, excessive supplies have smoking with lung cancer The firmly on the norm of the tobacco Thompson will render aislnt-
ment. For there, sitting on the you," I sneered.In I High Springs; Community C, R & H Farm Supply, New accumulated. The 1964 crop of export market baa been decreased dilemma are the small ance to club President FrankA.
tone arm, big at life, was Irk- a twinkling the calkly jar berry, and Dixie Garage, Archer.BRADFORD flue-cured tobacco Is larger by Increased production growers, whose acreage may; Nuoney and Secretary Joe
ky. was tilted, then hovered on the I COUNTY than the crop produced in (at much cheaper touts) be cut to a point where It Wildt and other officers on administration -
'"Get off that thing, I yell edge of the coffee table, and ASCS County 'Office, Starke, and Brooker Supermarket, ,1954, despite the fact that acreage of flue-cured' tobacco"" In. lorry![I *)iit! ed. "Do you want to breakit with a loud crash hit the floor. i Broker. allotments have been reduced countries grow tobacco The average the program of humanitarian !
?" I Alice came dashing out of a COLUMBIA COUNTY 40 per cent during that I Production records show that allotment size In Florida was service.

He stuck out his tongue, bedroom. "What are you doing Community 1, Witt Electrical Co., Lake City; Community period." growers, with I Improved I acres this year, The wives of members will
jumped on the record, and now. I've told you time and 2, Bradley Service Station, Ft. White, and O'Steen I According to Williams, the methods, on a national basis I Without a program, though, be special guests of the club
played like a merry-go-round, time again to be careful of that Store, Mason City: Community 3, county commissionersroom applies of flue-cured tobacco have Increased their avenge these small growers could not at the dinner meeting.Mlcaiwpy .
leaping nimbly over the arm,i jar, and now look what you've courthouse, Lake City. have reached an all-time highof pcr-acre yields from 1.SM compete with the big boys
but the while keeping a beady done." DIXIE COUNTY nearly ITS billion pounds. pounds In 1UI to 2,110 pounds who have the facilities to pro- LodgeNnnics
eye on me. Muttering through my beard, ASCS Office, Cross City. He said this supply Is about In 1IISI. duel tobacco more cheaply,
As a result, he eluded my! I cleaned up the mesa. "It just GILCHRUT COUNTY three times the expected domestic In Florida, growers have Increased With a program, though, the Officers

frantic lunge, and skedaddled slipped out of my hand," I ex- Trenton Community, County ASCS Office, Trenton; Bell use and exports. A desirable their yields from 1.402 holders of small allotmentscan M1CANOPY New 1MJ of-
to the top of a big, glass lamp. plained. Community, City Hall Bell; L R. Thomas Community, level of supply WllUams pounds per acre in 195! to'' at least lease their tobacco I leers for Mlcannpy Lodge I>>
"Put on something good," he After Alice went back to bed, Cruse Precinct voting houie. said, Is considered to be .769 pounds In 1964 In Ml, I acreage to the bigger grow- I Irra. Nit. 29, flAM (Masons) were
shrilled, "or I'll put sand on I tried to read, but It was no MARION COUNTYAll about 2H' times domestla use Florida growers produced an : The going leas rate for I elected this pail week.
the next record." use. I kept waiting for Irkky communities, ASCS County Office, Ocala. and export ,average of 1.W7 pounds per tobacco allotments In AlachuaCounty They Include R. P. Wood,
"Like what?" I asked, measuring to return, but as the minutes UNION COUNTY dtncelvably, if there were no I acre. I starts at about 1173 an I worshipful master: H. M. SI*.

the distance and t h e I,went by, and no Wee One, I County ASCS Office, Lake Butler, and Community Cen- flue-cured tobacco production In ISIS Florida growers pro I acre, I Iron, senior warden; William
cost of the lamp In case ] looked about the room. ter, Providence. whatsoever next year, there lured 11,302.721 pounds offluecured I ASC officials have tried la get I Green, Junior warden; Frank
missed him."Something. i Out on the wlndo.sllll!! saw LEVY COUNTY would still be an ample carryover I tobacco on 1* mll I the current tobacco picture I Urrtll, senior deacon; Oallcy
about Christ him, peering, with Penelope aupply.Adding I across to the growers In the I lurch, junior deacon E. P.
Chiefland Community, City Hall, Chiefland; Judson: Community I Ion acres. In 1964: Florida ;
mas. You know, Jingle Bells, at his side. As a goodnight salute Judson voting house; Williston Community, City to the uncertainty of I growers came up with total I simplest of terms without Implying 1 Tongue, secretary; Paul Stan
Silent Night anything but they stuck out their tongues Hall, WiIlL ton. I the market lot flue-cured tobacco I reduction( of 22,222,231 poundson I / which way they should I lay, chaplain and (. C Farn-
that long haired stuff." He In unison. n_ __ __ (most of which goes In- about 22 per cent lets vote Tuesday.phaaising I bach, tiler E. P. Yongu ketirlng
struck a pose, and nose blinking I Is that all eligible mailer,
like prowl( car light, acreage I rowers should vote Tuesday
a piping voice, Til the Officials to Help Dedicate : Around 7,200 person In Florida .- one way or the other 'cllllo'lia Men

Season to be Jolly .Trail !a- art _eligible to vote In_ What they officials are snv Named Ass'ttMCLVrOSII
la. ." liy
"Not until Christmas," I said '
firmly. And I started up the 'Gulf Hammock l Two Mclnto.li
stereo again. New McIntosh Post OfficeBy men have been named to serveon

"You and Scrooge," Irk IE y committee* of the Florida
snapped. He disappeared, and Fruit and Vegetable Association
sn interval of music ensued BOB MEEKER .Intosh Post Office will be ded- speakers US. Rep. Syd H. r- vault of the old bank DOW Dies in Accident for t the 1944! season
But then the click started Sui Staff Writer Mealed at 2.30 p.m. today amid(long Jr and State Senator L. grace the front of the new The mm are 0. D. Huff .Jr
.gain, and there was I r kky McINTOSH The new Meceremonies which Include guest K. Edwards .building.. and, W, If. Wynne, according Ian
back again, this time with a Postmaster Ross Rath said Mri. Waters comes from a GULF HAMMOCK A Gulf- TouchUm said that Harel a announcement nude Friday
handful of sand. ,,91ii the North Marlon High School long line of postal! k. .tarn mo ek man, Jap 'I would be charged with driving by association! president John
Again I lunged for him. but x band will perform along with She cam to Mcfntotb In 1901" i Shorty) Brown, 17, was IIlJIdIt. I 1---white Intoxicated. V f._Evans, of Ovledo.

be popped up to his perch on the color guard, mad up of and her father, D. If Peltcys, ., here UK Friday afterMun
the lamp, and said "Okay, sixth grade student from took ever ss postmaster In 1JIO. when the car In which: Lake City Jr. College

Scrooge, no" Christmas carols, North Marlon, Elementary I Her husband, W. W, Waters, he i, wee a passenger ..mid' I
no music. School. The Cub Scouts will I relieved her father in HO and To Offer
So I turned the machine off, i act as ushers held the Job until his retirement off> Ih* highway and hit a Ire* ; Night Courses
and sat glowering at my book.A i In IKS. Albert Harei, 17, driver of
/ Postal Service Officer P. C
motion the coffee table 1 : LAKE CITY Night Math IM, Ba. l.
on the tar, and another pawnft < Algebra
it L! Manley, of Orlando, will repr- W. W. Waters also e* ns
caught my eye, and as if by sent the UA Postal Depart-' from a long line of postmas- g Ray Brown, 3f, were Inured es will be offered al s Mondays, at the Cross City
magic a of candy disappeared off t campus locations 'Court-I I I City Radar Squadron.Psy .
piece I4f9 ment u the flag I II ten sine lie worked
from the candy jar. presented for his ) ki th* accident Trooper .Lake City Junior .107, Educational Pitcholojy .
"So thafi where the can and raised. The fUg has flown grandfather, George J. ATOM. IJ>. W, Touch_ of UM Florid Forest Ranger School Tuesdays at the Crow
dy's been going" 1 said. "A a one.day over the United Slates thru Gainesville! postra a 11 e r, II llghway! Patrol "sail U. two lM second setnetler. City Radar 8|uadron.
Capitol and one day over the when the recently vacated '
pest you are, first class and ; Il.t. Peel Oft Building la office: to Ga neavili. was built poet injured mm w r* takers' to the Clause will begin the week Courses prevented at IK
still j have to feed you can Washington ill 1110. 1. HUli MlUrr Medical Oilern of Jan. 4, with regtetrstkm/ Uk- Cm City Radar squad r e II
dy." CalneivUl. -,,here Brown jig place at dI. first meetingof ar* limited to baM p I rsvnnel
"It's not for me." Irkky said, ; Mclntosb Mayor W B. BiO) Mrs. Waters expressed some IM, admifb'd with "brad k> tilt class. Meetings ,only
keeping a safe distance away, Dxrkson will emcee the pro- disappointment that Don f )aria. a broken ann and po- tc.'fwodull4 for one Bight *ar.I I
"It's for my gal friend, Pene l 1t gram the children followed the postal! ably a broken leg. 4'I win, from I.*> to I.M p m.,'
lope. Tm giving her a box of Rath has been postmaster at pro
It for Christmas m not bit.ION McInkMh for the pan a IB daughter who "M a Nary III TouchoVn said, and I location and BMOI-
people I know, who dealTap 1 years. H* live In Mcbitsb WAVE !mil clerk and *"' Brows was not considered to log days area i PTA
/4.w with lit wife, Chris and their rW bet *.**, who later bo- !
II moue condiUon. H.Mi, Art and Music, Monday
aIM a Caufornia
children old portmastrr
year '
WillistonMutonic According to Tourhlon, the jl th. Community Build- ,Plan,. Meeting
Mary Ana a North Mar I* a In 1101. the old [
ChrfrC ar ilard ws driving n(. Rjtford.
( was
Officer r .4 High student and snn Billy, f office WM located to !lie I ItlDDICIC The
North War-
who to healed north two L'J. if I En| 102. C. 1ft m IInlnl' -
b the sistk .Ita. Dtrtson BMW
grade |
WILUSTOX .4.IH sees applied the .when,'!!I IJa 2nd Ion Etravmtary School PTA
Hank Rad North Marion EVmratary, portrruster J. K. CbrlttUn.I ; Thursdays, al I k *
acky bas been elected ishiprul The easing the tar to iw 'rv School to LSI Butler, will have Its third mtetlnsj of
office has moved Um awed
post was to another
lilt school II' .
Ih tuuthbountf .laM I year p m.ThurNtoy
master alibi WiElstan for >I | Pkysio-llt, Genital PhyiM
the sixth lane slot at cam star aster Talky iUrkson. .t at the schouL
Masonic Lodge. ar skidded about US f* 1 Mondays, al TrentonidsZchouL
into beta= as tail. according to The since moved the* to the Th them for to
T erbium I said and lit program
Others elected at a mettiag a
W W. Waters who ha Baker Sore Building which
Within 1: to the Pow.er .
Monday sackideo .Jama Taw- McIntosh Post Office been a Jkfnl ell postal clerk belonged. to Mrs. Waters fathMrs. asprr Brow was thrown 21Act PsyW, General Piythobir year," I* detailed! *a* .the
from and power
millet Sr. senior warder; Kirk for nor than 3/ years Iff. From there, N mewed to car << 1 h" ye, al Trenton X.ih u rauw 4w standard of horn
Hartley, Junior warden Jolts Mclalonh 'p..fmat Pursky"" secretary: and W. E.CarsweO. Df the mew pmt rfkt fr Mr*. W. W, Water a bas moved bark: to sts lourtb feet toralinn and to the drug Fag 102 C e m m tJeatii! II The North Marion EIrmen.lary .
trtawrer. Mrlatonh postal clerk for matt than M year potiUM where M was a* *nis. ... ant door in ", where Th* acck rat Brewed about lad Thursdays at U.a Junior High School Band,
Appointive officers will be an- Dedication mrcaoai art acB"*!a4 for 239 pas.today. side II lilt lid bank building it was well tie swv leaf Brp- .n* BUI north of Gilt HamMi. I County lit* kbool, under Ux direction *f DtnatiTrucUk
pounced later. (Sea fhoU by Bob Sleeker) trot) 11* Bricks tram lb *,1aIIber. 4:: dry. bI will perform.If .

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p1 Cane T-'- ;1 "Westwood-- !,I Literary] World MemoirsTHE lUBHUftWOjrvw -0_, "Th!.I.ITilE

II CIRCLE SPHINX A Memoir AND.f HER Ada the Blessington Tales"Method(Stanley and Ellin Othei)
: J Strange
P PAt Libraryger
CommentsBy ] Whispers Leverson by her daughter, I ten unusual, cleverly chillIng
Violet Wyndham, Vanguard short stories hovering be-
Uy SUE CASPER Press Inc., New York, 1963. writing
I : An Autobiography" (Dick and Ciphers" (John Laffin) ween straight myj

CHRIS POOLEWith and CATHY INGMAN Here Is a brilliantly lighted, Gregory) the story of a star a history of secret writing I tery and fantasy.
; miniature view of Edwardian athlete, hit comedian and active from earliest times, with examples
literary society in Its spark Civil Rights worker, who and explanations for
only a week to go before I Only one senior Steve Nadeau, The Westwood Christmas In the intramural sports last ling years toward the end or wants to become a First Class the beginner attempting to I I
the Christmas holidays begin,,, made a perfect score of 495 dance Is scheduled for December /week, Kent Ostrander's team the nineteenth century. It is American citizen; "Life With break simple ciphers; "Personto
the Christmas spirit was very Other students who scored In 19. Student Council Is sponsoring played against Carl Holland's the story of Ada Leverson, a Picasso" (Gllot and Lake) Person" (John Clardl) -
much In evidence at ThIS lastweek. : the 490's were Jeanne Brown, It and is really going all- team in touch football on Monday woman of warm heart and! capable, vivid, Intimate, authentic fifty-seven! new works by one I
This will! continue to be James Boyd, Robert Mizelle out In planning ill! The music I and volleyball on Tuesday. brilliant wit, who, like her husband portrait of the great of today's mat popular poets.
the case during this final week. and David Zlmpfer Congratulations will be furnished by the Rovers Holland's team won in touch esteemed the society of! artist by a young painter who FICTION
Many GHS students and service are In order for these and the price will be 50 cents football, which gives them a writers, painters, musiciansand lived with him ten years and. "Hurricane Coming" (Thomas I 1 1I 1
clubs have been active with students. per person A Snow King, Queen seven one record. Ostrander'steam other notables so that bore him two children. I Helm) the story of I
Christmas time projects. The Last Friday evening, the GHS and Court will be elected by won in volleyball, which their home was a center for ANIMALS the life of a hurricane and its, I a : rUSE
CHS Madrigal Singers performed Band performed its annual fall the students. This dance will gives them a six two record. much that the was creative most world outstandIng of- "The. Thoroughbred" (B. C. Impact On the lives of those'
at the traditional Christmas concert in the CHS auditorium. probably be the biggest social We would like to welcome their Thayer) pictorial highlights who are caught in its path; I'
Dinner Concert at the Women's The band now will prepare for ,event of the year. Miss Pat Kennedy to the West. I day.Ada's of breeding and racing; "Catsof "The Hands of Cantu" (Tom
Club a few weeks ago. This' the annual district and state On Thursday night at 8, the wood campus She will be Interning nickname, The Sphinx, the World" (Denis Armand) Lea) a beautifully written' .-- -wv
coming week, the Future Home- wide band contests to be held band, chorus and orchestra In the music department was given her by Oscar WildeIn clear l and authoritative story of horses, horse breedIng YOUR
makers of America will honor later In the school year. presented a very enjoyable concert under Mr. Johnson. While we the height of his popularity. study of every member of the : and a young horseman I' CENTRAL CHARGE at
faculty members with a Christ- On Friday evening, December In the school cafetorlum. are on the subject of Interns, Let us not say it was becauseshe cat family thirty-five species around 1580 In New Mexico;
mas tea on Dec. 17 beginningat 18, tho senior class will present We would like to thank all the we would like to say good by reminded him ot a eat inhabiting all but one continent "Love Lies Bleeding" (Peter R'lI i1y.rhdrsrte
1:30: p.m. The service clubs Its class play. This year's production students who participated. We to three of our former interns, about whom he had once written ; "Danger, Shark!" (Jean Viertel) a sad, well-written .j / CNIfII
are also busy Alpha has adopted Is "Best Foot Forward"by also wish to express our appreciation Mr. Dillard, Mr. Spires, and some verses.Wilde's you are Butler) exploration of the novel about bullfighting, loose- :Jf1II: CIN'I'C7IoR1.CI'
a needy family for whom the, John Cecil Holm. Curtain. to the orchestra direc- Mrs. Trimmer. Those of us who familiar with "Sphinx"with and problem of shark attacks, and ly based on the Domlnlguln-
club will collect food. A beautiful time Is S p.m. with student per' tor, Mrs. Reeves, and the band had them for classes profited a its haunting ryhmes Its prevention and safety measures Ordonez. rivalry which inspired
Its twisted rhymes
Christmas tree In the front 'ormances given during school and chorus director, Mr. John great deal from having received mys- ; "Strangest Creatures on
office was donated by Key- hours on Thursday and Friday. son. They did a splendid Job their instruction. We wish tery and its terror, you will Earth" (E. M. Weyer) some
realize what utterly irresistible
ettes. Beta will give a party for The comedy Is directed by Mrs. In preparing the students ,for the best of luck to the three of creature an it describes and- almost unbelievable oddities of !
children at the UofF medical Mary Elliot and Is concernedwith the concert. them In their future teaching the animal kingdom describedand fMONDAY
what a wreath of glory It was
center and Anchor will go car life at a boys' preparatory: Wednesday was the annual experiences. for Ada to have the name bestowed illustrated from firsthand
oling. Beacon Is also collecting school. The play was originally' Gainesville Christmas Parade. On Thursday, students were her by the popular observation by an eminent
1, I, food and clothing for the needy performed on the BroE:way Westwood was well representedby privileged to be able to attend writer.on naturalist; "Horses of Today"M. SPECIALs
and Sigma Anchor Is sponsor.f. stage. the majorettes and cheerleaders a program on the "Wonders of young ( C. Self) illustrated account
ing a postal service for Christ-, Calendar for next week: Mon- riding on convertibles. Liquid Air." This was presented Many well known people of of Arabian, thorough \
I mas cards of GHS students. In On Wednesday also, Mrs. by David and Irene Wil the day come and go In the bred, saddle, standard bred, \
i addition many students took I day Meeting of Future Sec Block, the girls P.E. teacher, liams. Facts, fun and fancy pages of the biography; Osbert western and pony; "The Captive s ti tit'01b \
f. part In the recent Christmas retaries, 7:30: p.m. Teaching I took twenty four girls over were combined tt make this Sitwell, Max Beerbohm, Aubrey Sea" (Craig Phillips) life, \
i parade) Auditorium; Tuesday-Baake t- to' Buchholz to play badmitton. aeries of laboratory experimentsvery Beardsley, Marcel I habits and behavior of animals )

\ In the grade department, students ball, Santa Fe here; all clubs Unforunately, the Buchholz girls exciting and unbelievable. Proust, Somerset Maughamwere In the world's great }
of the
all Intimates
I 1\ received their I report -meet; Thursday -Home Economic won, but we are sure that our No magic or trickery of any oceanarlums, described by the !"!- !
I': I cards two weeks ago. Out Faculty tea, 230: p.m.; girls played a good game and kind was used, which helped >verson household Ada's and wit.admirers curator of the Miami Sea- $995 \',! .
of ,
flashing II
of the student body, 22 students Friday Hurricane Herald showed their good Westwood prove that fact can be stranger and quarium; "Silently By Night"Russell \
She writer too,
achieved a perfect record of published, Alpha Christmas par. sportsmanship than fiction! turned was a several novels ( Peterson) thorough, F .I! ; \
straight "A"i. Results from the ty at Bell's Nursery; Saturday out yet delightfully written, study REG. $13,50 'r/
which were popular In her day
of bats, complete with sketches
Florida Senior Placement -Basketball, Trenton, here; ARCADIA
Tests have also been received Crvlnettes rummage sale. : although none of them have and diagrams; "Argen theGull" stoessot PITCHES (I Qt.) 9,9 5 ,
survived except possibly (Franklin Russell) \
Yonge the must and dust of some strong, poetic, Informed study of The satisfaction of own- I

I Victorian attic. of a herring gull's life; Ing fine silver the I
Many brilliant names have 'Abyss The Deep Sea and the
Chatter pleasure giving a useful \
\ Bishop 1.:1 their brief moment In the limelight Creatures That Live In It" gift that is in such exquisite -
of this book but the heroof (C. P. Idyll) fascinating DAY taste very
the piece Is Oscar Wilde, study of life In the depth of specially priced Monday :1
By BARBARA HOFFMAN that strange, contradictory and the sea; by a Professor of ONLY only. Come early, endJ\
disturbing man. His affection Marine Science at the Uni- browse. '
I for the Leversons and theirs versity of Miami, Florida; \
Bulletin'r I II' for him makes a strong core "The Silent Miaow: A Manual GIVI A DISTINCTIVI GIFT ,
Our football players are 5tHeceiving I of all members were Invited, of human warmth throughout for Kittens, Strays and Home- Intttid .! til ..n..ilv. east '
honors. Named to th e I and Mrs. Whiteman, Pllol I l t \
the telling of the customary intrigues less Cats" _
(Paul Galileo
Uy MARY I II' All Keystone Conference Team I Club sponsor, was special J and misdemeanorswhich whimsical first person narration \
were Danny Dennison, Ton I guest.
under the of of \
pass name a cat's life, with numerous
On Wednesday the chorus won the Badminton Sports Day Hansen and V. G. Ilodsdon,, December 17 the Anchors will freedom among many of the excellent photographs. 1
and orchestra, under the direction held at Buchholz December 8. honor team; and Steve Twede I I babysit for children whose parents intelllgenzla. LANGUAGEAND \

f of Mrs. Hall, presented our Our Interns ar leaving u I and Steve Tuttle, honorable i attend the PTA meetingthat The Leversons were the peo- LITERATURE
Christmas program In the caf this week. W. shall miss you. mention. evening. They will also) ple who gave Wilde house- '"Geoffrey Chaucer" (Edwin \
I' etorlum. The orchestra played Goodbye and good luck to Mr. The Anchor Clubrteld forma]I sponsor the Lost and Found room when all of England Howard) a biographical and \
several selections, Including a Griffin, Mr. Bonner, M i I. I I Initiation on Monday evening a1(: that evening, so that parents turned against him and his critical study, with a clear 1 1rr
fascinating arrangement o f Sikes, and Miss Dalzelle. Mrs. Calhoun's home. Parent I may reclaim lost clothing. On shame and It was they who picture of customs and conditions \
s "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Rein December 19, this girls' service looked him later Eu-
I out in of the time: "Codes ---------------------

j;"; deer" The chorus" presented seals club will sell Christmas rope, and proved that they Rtir er errK............_er .............'........a...'..........K.yrt.KYK Ptry ...
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"Wondrous Love, a Christmas BUCIIHOLZ were still his friends.
j pageant rendered In the' On Wednesday the Keye t t e It Is to be regretted that i
tradition of the Appalachian I Club will have a Christmas Violet Wyndham, the author of "
Mountain region. Mr. Griffin I : party for the children at Bell's :this entertaining book, seem V
took the part of a mountain BUZZES Nursery. They will provide refreshments to have Inherited neither the "
preacher. Those who took part, and a small gift for ,brilliance nor the skill which I
In the tableaux were Larry ,each child. Santa will be pres- she attributes so lavishly to !

Sanders, Dianne Booth by, By KAY NOCKS ent. ,her mother. The Interest of I Say Teenagers .
Metrll Debra Nelll, '
ITEMS OF INTEREST.School the subject matter covers up I
1 ,
Terry Johnson, and James pictures were received so much that Is lacking In Its
1\ Smith. Johnny Hull, S tan ely I As a result of the basket- ((8-1)), Theresa Harrison ((8.1)), early last week. Report c ardi presentation I

Mack, and Scott Summerswere ball game Tuesday, Buchholzand Timmy Keyes ((7Jeanne) were Issued on Wednesday. The I The following books were recently i
responsible for scenery P.K. Yonge are now tied, Kinser ((9-1), Karen McElwain, French Club prepared a dell- purchased by the Library vw
e and back stage activit I I. s. at one game each. Both games (&-1)), Barbara Masters ((9-1)), claus lunch which was served : i I
Julie Larson, Karen Stack, Howard were fast moving and packed I Marcia Morgan ((1-1)), and on Thursday In the school
Smith, and Steve Love with action. Each of the victories Mark Morgan ((71)). cafeteria. The Bsulness Edu- BIOGRAPHY"The I "i So you don't agree that today's teenagers aregoing
I were the soloists and M r .. was the result of a one Also, Kay Nocks ((9-1)), ucatlon Club is starting six Founding Father; The "
i Niblock read the scriptureparts. point lead. The BuchhoU! Buccaneers I Mary Palmour ((9-1), Jane weeks reports, with the person 'Story of Joseph P. Kennedy", I to the dogs? Neither do we. What say 2 2y
I Debbie Crlner was the clashed with the Bishop Paul ((72)), Angle Purvis ((7 giving the report being teacherfor (Richard Whalen) a studyof i
accompanist for the program. Blue Devils on Friday In ,1)), MIke Rowland ((9-1), Jack the day. Juniors are anticipating the late President's father, y! we show them. Write a piece, 100 words a
This Is one of the best Christmas the Gainesville High gym at Sanborn an ambitious, successful, colorful
((9-1) Swear
), Emery receipt of their
long- v less "What the
I : or on Birth of Jesus Christ
6 and Josephine"
had. man "Napoleon -
programs we have pm. Jackie ; ;
Ingen ((9-i), Taylor ((9- awaited class rings. j
Even after the dismissal bell Tuesday, the eighth grade 1)). Relda (Frances Mosslker) -
Taylor ((7-1)), Judy Means to Me" and send it to the
The Seniors have chosen
1 rang, our student body stood girls hosted a badminton tournament -Tlllman (7-1)), Allan Van Gro- the story of Josephine's love ;
and applauded.The far the girls from Buch- der ((8-1)), Kim Vickers ((8-1), their play for this year, entitled and marriage, brilliantly and y! Gainesville Sun. !If yours is judged best
"You Can't Take it ,
holz WithYou. 1 fashioned with the
ninth grade class officers Bishop, and Westwood. Earl Williams ((12), Paul I smoothly ,
I were elected on Wednesday. After scoring a total of 32 Moskal ((8-2)), David Flowers, Tryouts are expected to help of contemporary documents I C your selection of a religious or charitable
Jane Stubbs was elected presIdent mints, Bishop emerged victorious ((1-2)), Daryl Wood (7.4)), and be held before the Christmas of all kinds; "Queen of !
; Larry Sanders, vice I Buchholz was second witha Melvin Scott. Keep up the good holidays. the Plaza A Biography of organization will receive our check for $10.
president; Susan Hazen, secretary score of 28. Westwood scored work! New English workshops will Adah Isaacs Menken" (Paul !
j ; Kathy Harben, treasurer. 11 points. begin after the holidays for the ,Lewis) the full story of the y! The deadline is Monday noon, Dec. 21 but how
The Two eighth graders, Barbara Seniors and Juniors. Senior I notorious talented who
I. The ninth grade sponsors are judgment day has pasvd. actress
I Mr. Henderly, Mrs. Hanna, Mike Bllzlotes ((9-1)), Cathy Alvarez and Leatha Lovett, dramatics will be the work shocked the world and becamean i about it! Let's don't put it off. '

Mrs. Leighty, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Conner (&-1)), Susan Hen are setting the pace In typing, shop devoted to the Senior I International symbol of
McMullen, Mrs. Niblock, Mrs nessey (9-1)), and Jean Sneer- class with M correct words, Play cast glamor and wickedness; "Nig-! J
f Potter, and Mrs. Richardson. tiger (7-1)) made all "A's", On per minute on a recent oneminutetimed .-- -- --- --
Library Club officers recently the "A" and "B" Honor Roll writing. yr
o elected are president, Nina are Eileen Bird (9-1)), Her- Glimpses In Fusing: Tee Christmas Sensation J
Carr; vice president, Gwen by Brown (7-1)), Nancy Cam- Time Dances have starts d ", LET'S ALL KEEP -
Beck; secretary, Dianne Booth- eron ((8-1)), Mark Cook ((7-1)), again The Student Council I II ..
by. This club represents a Ronnie Crowder ((9-2)) Jo Ann I planning to sponsor a danc V V r. .

beautiful and growing library, -lardee ((8-1)), Donald. Havens soon. ,, .
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The Bishop PTA has taken the a .
library as its annual project C s
and has given one thousand dollars GETTING ENOUGH HEAT? .. e ris '
; for new books of all kinds. [ I INV
\ Mr. Harold Denmark, chairman I Save Fuel Save Money Get More Heeil I Ii
of the committee, Is don.1! y
a good Job for which we art :i CHRISTMAS
very grateful. Recently we re-!
ceived a large shipment ol I i
t f. books which are now In cir- V aV
culation. I a -' iw
The Latin Club has elected ar iow.Ii, 4 "
officers for 1M4 IMS. Sharon : ,
I Butler Is president and Dalton t ELECTRIC! e'I ,t'r

Kephart secretary. This Is anew A heater cartoned up ONLY ",
club that has a membership ond dirty will not produce '
: list of all Latin students half of the heat It should. [ = : Priced lib ,

I The! Math Club, which Is very Have your heater cleanednow 2 C !

active this year, has mathematical Save on fuel $ a manual!!! i
I experiments and problems bills > ond enjoy more 5l SI % '

i meetings for members Perhaps at mathemat-their heat when you need It. ,V ::i i AV

i ks will advance rapidly with CIRCULATING OIL-TYPE Now! CHANGEABLE TYPE lets you type up to 40 V
their help. .I HEATER CLEANED PI.. IS s... 1.. symbols for languages, medical and professional work
Bishop Student Council Members : I without disturbing your standard keyboard 'I'I Ar
are selling Blue Devil pennants I r Suit Gtut PLUS MORE NEW fEATURES than you'll find on type

will this week.buy these We hope pennants students -: USED HEATERS 20 AaVP I II I writers costing up to twice the price!II ," A

I $1J pee tee i
: and will really cheer at our,: SPECIAL PRICES NOW ON NIW HIATUS
basketball games Our first t I'' CONVINIINT CUBIT TtlMS CAN II ARIANCIP

1 game will be with B u c hhols: I Ciahttsuilk Sun
J Central Heating Oil Furnaces $7.50 HANCOCKTYMWRITIR
Friday night In the C. H. S.:

f gymnasium. By !the time this CALL FR 2-9561 .
article la printed score ,
will be kaowa. I c. B. BOHANNON. JR. 411 N. MAIN STRUT FR '-SSSIf I.r

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OPEN- -----TOOAV- -- Christmas Tree, Carols at P.to K.Highlight Yonge 'S TPrizeivord S $ $ S S Puzzle S S S $ $Corner$ $.$.$.$

AND SUNDAY, DIC. 20th I P K. Yonge will celebrate! Tins year's annual Christmas -singing. The tree Is being doc.

12 NOON TO 7:00 P.M. Christmas Thursday night with I program will begin at orated by the Interact Clul

:a medieval miracle play, an 1 (:.30 p.m. Thursday as parents I school service organization CUES ACROSS AiNirvius sun poe awomo CONTSIT Rules
elementary school open house and children gather around the Elementary school room:
: I GHASTLY not ghostly. Heshouldn't I. TM Mlrem tile mrract MvtlM" t. tilt MtzewOHO Pum.S H MOC,
LADIES carol singing and a Christmastree I Christmas tree In front of the will open at 6:45 for parentand : N M nmcl ..Reneet rwn m tan tuMir fouls' Hit wwkly prltt will
lighting ceremony ceremony and traditional carol children to visit wit!h look GHASTLY of ran'.m nmiwrt M t*onI... M>vM.t .
FUZZY N IK iir tot em. h.n.dotivaed tubKrllMf lit TM IMMr
'- -- teachers and each other anc I course; but It Just Isn't pooslble ..... ,
Hi* nnaln* M M ""' tamit *t tioo will b* M4 It mora "'Mon
',KKKKKKKrIKKKK1aKKKRKKKKKKKKKKreKrl.eKKKK'aKKKKKMr to hold Christmas parties. for him to "look ghostly" cwraci .uiii. tarmlvW IPSO Kon* ilvra4 ",_Ibon. ti. bows "MI.

A. \ "I "The Second Shepard'iPlay 1 I T. FIGHT not light. FIGHT Is be.1101101 Tiw sun"': ;I'?' cm 0..e M IN' HI Mtft w Hi ft* Nw tomctly Mlvxl Wlf.WOKO .
BLACK ., vw the wan.. H nw .... m cornel nlulM la a w"S'S ....... K t.
1 2 ," a 13th century mirach the stronger answer since MivM DM prln mwwy will .M LAVENDER ee clue applies only to an nnaccmitomril rcltfc 51mne.l ,
PAIR, play will be presented by the
il "
I Dramatic Club in the schoo I i light not "any light, tofu.:: teas N yse wuld any m own d futtS D.t"tnlne: hem eapS
I Ho wftwft Hiln bwl llH aVUnllMl, toe IK
VM IM MM Clip puMaa
I .. auditorium at 111 P a re n 11 1 I, surely. in* a too* ......... MM Sawn iKtmtii. Mtchmttal. *r *tnrwlw wfMtt ..
ALL MEN'S DRESS end WORK 21I 1 nomkiciiom" win ml .M _"" ,....*. This ceniMt n DM** M 1011$. TM
and high school students are 1 invited /. CALLING not ca b II n ,Ml.l,, eo t/w "tlnlai 1.511 .M nn5 5,5 .U ttnl5tantt Melts pall muw
SHOES and Boots to attend this perform. 'CALLINGS distant friends Is :.era* M .ce.M mil mcntan M Condition M Mry. All wlrM .tonnKprapMly 5.5
I w ttw Oiinnvliii' / Pvkilihint Company tm mn. CM b* rtlurM
i iI once which will last approxl, apt to end tip expensive," due
From .
JIHJ scns eo tho 0 ln ivlil PMbllililin Com ml "
i mately an hour.A to prolongation of the conver- 1 1saUon. may seta JJ. as.tsN.A .

$6.99Up I special baby-sitting iervk One cables people for Ana. w ...* KIM h ttx Mini, Man It M wi. knell of a IMiMwit
... .
$100 I for children will be a known or predictable cost. _. ._M.th mm a rim-M" mmillM m Prlnware N* ftolcwwlll, lull,
young provided 1" ,
0. era Otiwiviii .
eiixiiM *r Print" It IB If* e i viii/ ton ClrwPnzzh
by the Anchor Club I it 11. BLAND not blind or blond. tales D..Shn. w taw, to ... N 1"1_ All .nsrt 1olo .. M .u,,,,,. low IfIO
IS..39 cup a.pafty.o 'Room J.312. Extra clothes ancoys j I Specifying Just "men" In the arl"v In'. It.'twit m a n.M. W.nc.d.ro n..II_. .. 0..11'-'1II1e' lor ..Rue.....ones tat a tins"llYN tM. MM III it'._....11..
: .,
iutltul Chrome Ifnish.y 'n"'" .
PRICES Miaiulor Hint should be brought foi r clue points to BLAND (definedas M .nod cannot M aect.od.
a : "plesantly I smooth; t. firs. tan III lie ........
L.rj. top opening for easy small children. sacs ... taapaldpca a t.Mpnns tulle *5 -.t.
GOOD OFF r rsar ay wemn ew ...
r elMnlni' 2 ""The Second Shepard'iPlay" a suav. ), such as in some fare man m. PIVU antrla III 5551 ..51155.catuane .
TODAY CofiM pens utomitlcMly, Eastern "countries." Also 501Sous. .. ,"",, ",. ., ItItt
". maintains' Mm.1 ttrnptr Is a medieval mlracli characteristic pen, SMwen.wiil." whin N io1 .1 lid plate O,,,,,,,,"..
ONLY r hir*. play originally presented dur u BLAND as a durltlm gula saltu blurt.
Y /rte Clu..too,.p.I P..Id., end. iat.1eII mg I 4-day series of plays. I t anally applies only to "men." I" C.'zlrw= ..: any, and ,eruct tsluCMM. b $015 Wnd.,'s P.1UWOSO
characteristics ann.un.t 5N a now .
Blind and blond Psulwoao
are PuuLU
wMltl"d Se Mat
ALL CHILDREN'S I cord p.ta and leteplMg"....... _, ? Is a comedy filled with action: to -.y', 10..11I. au..
v e due to "'10 v... Modal Included in the cast are: equally applicable I 1
.1C" 11. Ts
Merl t sus reansw5 lie rtJIII M
SHOES and v. .. ens of. Cur wtbow. TM ,...- .OfLsmaMr for Sheep thief Douglas Horn: women. ,M own etaast4a: w 555 stir Ie--'''. 15.1 .pp.v aertwl r oar any pbit.M'd unner.vbMal_'.....1
I tfsnt Ir.d .POLO.Ilan. II.en Inge 'linn". P.rtl.. bullets, Shepards Tom D o b a o n I: H. HOSE not pose or rose. wltb / :
COWBOY BOOTS I .I111le.t.product {.ousts e5cutlrs fiat 100//I"ofOc.l..eme" tic.... David Royer and Alex Sclarn- "Woman," specifically, I U J g. 1
r .A HOSE. "Dlwrlmlnntlon'rIs
marella; Thief's wife Ro pests 48
$4 00 i only :4295HOUSEWARES I bertl Salt; Angels -DI'nlll I' not the apt quality In the
from w Smith and Two Mimes Shel 1[. caw of a pose or a rose. Nose Clip and Poire en a 4e Poitcerdi

$ Smith and Camella Smith., Is remote.
ft Iy
Up9 OFF DEPT i Mary-Ann Taylor. 18. PITS not pots "Much! sod -

y USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE The play Is being direct 1 i pcrvfolon" Is more necessarily N M
a apt In the we of mining PITS CI
by Jerry Jones, a ;
drama student under t h e Also "supervision" (of work) NEB D U

I E IRD o.raIlaa Raab", I supervision at P. K. Yong, Is needed ""where the PITS are ci
RCP faculty advisor James II I concerned' whereas pets may L. l tv
: be of the kind ( ., certain
Smith. Holly Howard la d< eft LASHIM E 5
Ii lIaltltbttfe CNN/ltJIIj 'J farm dogs or cats) that do not
> signing the costumes. Tod
I need "supervision" In the true M
USI CENTRAL CHARM AND LAY-AWAY Landsman Is the assistant d:I

Op. Men. thru Sot 9 .m. 'til 9 t m. : i IlfREE BARKING ON TOWER LOT a rector 21.sense LOUT, but rot only tout.feeding.LOUT (defined 6I

915 N. MAIN ST. anopt.oeceesss The Christmas program I
i as: "a clumsy stupid I
I .!. The Store That's Mere Than Juit A Hardwera Start sponsored by the PTA. fellow; boor") measures up A SJ

I ...."........tt wtlwswl.ltwwwswwwttwttwtlwwwawwwwwwbuwWant better at a "sort of fellow.
I ElectorsTo Tout (defined as: "person who
makes a business of i el ling N

tips on race horsei") Indicates
to have more fun at home ? Gather In what a man does, rather than I 'N G I NI
"the ,11.f teHow" he Is.
Then. now's the time for Drexel TallahasseeTALLAHASSEE 2J. POISONER" not p r I toner. Ll I f E G F c
"DetermIned that a POISON Gil"N
Blocker & !: (AP- Florl!. R
at Turnipsced ER shall not erape" (1. '.,:
da's 14 presidential electorsbound I. avoid detection and punishment I -: O:) ISM Sill MtClURI ItNOICATIIf

by law to vote for Presl 1 I. ), yes. It's a Jailer's Job, you arm not wood iutcrlktr
a. (dent Lyndon B. Johnson! wet'e not "a detective's! ," to see thata O end... : hove Th. Sim
started pl. check ban. Petra bun for
scheduled to meet Sunday a primmer" does "not escape." hom..ct.llv i.d lubKribtri. Set Rul No 2
I prepare for their Monday volIng. b: 25. DOES not dope. Specifying"the Mill fit *>rl..w..4 C.nNit
-" favors DOSE.Merely Tk. 0<.....III. SH.
wrong I.. 37. G III.I>III., n..
1 State Democratic Chalrmai n to "take dope" can be
Beautiful I Warren Goodrich of Bradcntoi, lertoiuly harmful." I ...-

said Saturday the 14 elector s 28. RUGGED not MRged.A.

t from throughout the state wouli d RUGGED !hobo" could look Sense tlambso

Homes 'gather at 10.30 a.m. Sunda". Intlmldatlngty tough. Ragged

''I call the roll and report thel r lacks point, since no "h o b o,". City A.S. M...
presence to the governor, as nquired !I. as such Is well dressed .> n I

ti. by law. CLUES DOWNi 'J \ ,: "j I l>rlMw.t4 file .
I Then, the group planned t o
Begin atBlocker meet In the cabinet room of thi e 1. WILL not bill. In a small Clip end"Site en 0 4 t ,..te.."

I Governor's office at 10. m one man business, for example atW: ACROMi
I Monday to cast the formal ballot N a man may have BO alt -
for Johnson for presldcn tentative but to "write o u t" 3. It could take one back many years.
I and Hubert Humphrey for vice e his bills In which caw! he
r > president.The would not be considered an T. Being advised to take a strong. --, a man may hesitate.

: voting will be dime 01 n I "old fashioned type." WILL I. Could be useful for protective purposes when dispatching
separate certificates for presl. Is apt In the case of an "old. a painting.
& 'dent and vice president, sac, fashioned type, who" does not
a I signed by the electors voting. trust lawyers I A sudden can certainly create great trepidation.

I The certificates of voting wll 1 2. CHANGE! not chance A 13. Is hardly associated with warmth.
be mailed to the senate preel CHANCE "may" be "I.. n
Turnipseed o 4 i dent In the Congress, with MI i coming" U the possibility Isof IS There are all snrt of characters In Shakespeare
seen at all, the chance mutt
k to the administrator I
copy 17, Foreign title of honor.
General Services and to the Secretary already exist.
Ocala Florida
of State of Florida. I. LONE not long Stressing II. Public promenade,

The electoral voles of all &j ". LONE fight" the clue suggests "
", man" finding himself I It. Nickname for "Daniel.
states will be counted at I p m
I : deprived of expected support 21. A smaller amount.
Jan. I by a Joint session of Con
In whkh cue! he "needs all
I press.Florlda's. his courage. for I long attrltloiial 23. There's no point In -- men who are In a mood to strike.

"Home Is where the heart Is" makes a pride<: and share In the many pleasures of for each U.S.14 electors reprenentatlv- oni e I / struggle, which he 2fl. It might be M expensive for a small business firm\ to buy

nice sentimental appeal but only if the having Drexel. may be quite confident of
and senator from the slab new machines for tile typing department.
winning In the end "a man"
house is really pleasant to live in.
Whether you prefer Traditional, Early are: las no special need of "cour 27 --experts are few and far between.
Robert J. Bishop of Orlando'. "
How about yours? American, Provincial, Contemporary or John W Claughlln of Indlalantlc !" age. (1 IK.1: DOWNi
not employer."A
Mediterranean, are assured of consist. Hal Davis of Ocala'.
ing and sharing each other's hobbies and you happy atmosphere" Issomething I, It needn't Involve any suffering, of course.
ent high quality because for example Rodney B. Thursby of Deland I, for
an employer to
Does it reflect your love, your joy in liv- every piece of Drexel furniture is thorough- Walter P. Fuller of St Peten" ".me... He doesn't, ".W" I. There are Instances In which the should"" be shaded
from the aun.I .
interests? Dorsey Good. of Marian "
ly inspected seven separate times! burg. ria.. It In a special seaieis
Rosa Ward of Sara 4. The first
Mrs. '
na, I man.
doe an EMPLOYEE.
been making do with i fur .
Or have ,
you until And whichever you choose, you'll be surprised I ota. IS. Rrm.NO not sitting' Since I. Living alone a person may need to gn out and buy It her
ture you've long outgrown waiting at how little you spend. a sitting Involves a second ...11.

the children are gone before buying new? person there le a melnel arrangement. I. Drinking/ Ve'wls.I. .
So don't just sit there stop in today The 'ertit him 1
Then, now 5 the time for Drexel I now, and let Blocker & Turnipseed show you how self"' may "arrange a JETTLNfJ. Intirid to 'xpr....

during these Important years, know the to make the good times begin at home. ." however. II. Natural spring and p-ml."

It BORE wit sore. "Being! a 11 In a national *r.l'IIC1. a nation might/ have need of a
BORE" will certainly make rationing scheme.

',ou" unpopular; but, at times, 12. Water I II for "II of
r iwrtttiry course.I .
have Fabulous Selection people may agree that "you"lhoulcl
a S be anN I It. When" very old. will probably show signs of rot.

a. TIME!! not tide. TIME I .I' May be one of the reasons lor a mm wanting to get away
,(Inks up better with "of certain from It all.

of Drexel I r events." One .his "the tide 20. It la formed at the Junction 01 two straight lines.
nl evens as a more It less
rhetorical phrase, but .. O. Certain speakers to I bold their audience spellbound by

Sofas Chairs Occasional Pieces hardly speaks of "the tide of force of ptrsonallty.
certain ivenU" (I 1.* of these 23. In which an animal may be kept

i or those "events". H It'. a present.

Solution bit Week'i


For Immediate To Gainesville Puzzle


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Blocker & Turnipseed Inferiors & Carpets : r .. I 1,._" T C'I ASH COOOnabiMi 0101&SNOI OAI,. SNOWWIATHtH

'AprlsoNia ( (PAN.01(1. 11M"LAMCIIVA: 010'TLLIHG 000
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Ocala I Fla.JG.ld B_ locker,, Mgr.: 12lh & Pine OPEN SAT. 'TILLCHklSTMAS p CACINC Diet LIMB U'SAJI,1'4 WOOD

I OPEN 9-5:30 FRIDAY TILL 8:30 5001 A GellMtyiU.Ci.iMi WA.H.W.....U.Stec...C.01.*..w...Street........aSarrh .. j : $ $ $ $ $.$,$ U$p$4$ $ $ $ $ $ P


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' yea '); : ';';: STRONG COMMUNITIES

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' 1 :: ". .. r.., I Cathy loves to answer the phone, even though the calls aren't
I : for her.
l' ; art '
\ ':'; 'f You can imagine how thrilling this moment was. There was

I ': really a call for Cathy.
.' J Li :: I o ea We watched her shining smile. and listened to her shy, awk-

.1, II R yard replies. I

;J f 'S... "That was Miss Ferring," she informed us with a slight air of

\ \ : sophistication.

\ "i,, .' MrfHubesiC. Jelfeoat "And who in the world is Miss Ferring we asked. Howard Insuranct Hall Agency

\ 1611 IS. Main St. "Oh, she's my Sunday School teacher. I thought you knew= Mr. Howard Hall
A dedicated Christian volunteer was devoting her time and tale 605 N.E. 1st St.

ents to the religious growth of our Cathy and we didn't even know
A4P Food Start
j ; Lllter'lrtrldl' I her Mm! '
601S.W.2ndAvt. JI We'll remember that call. It brought us'to our senses-and to On. Hour Martintilnf endCleaners

I OUr Church I hll964. KtuUr; Adwtiunf S.vi<*be,Struburf V.; William E. Van W ankle,Sr.
Four Gainesville Locations
t rMary Carter Paint Store
Robert & Helen Gerard rrf .
501 N.W.8thAve.
f J 'it I

Sun Finance
," Guaranty Federal Savings The Money Start
& Lean Association
.' :- Mr. Lao J. Thomas J. I .. '' 33 N. Main Strstt
d pC R

Ii Winn-Dlxla Sforei Raymond LTassinarr
Z 130 NW. 6th St. Ganeral Contractor
i MIO N. Main St. : Security Bui Idmg-

., \,' I Mathews Plumbing Co. 1 cU!! T: PrIIV\; 1105 W. University AvfCarlton's

a Hugh M. Mathews
'_ 2327 NE. 19th Drive
\1 ; 930 N.E. 14th Ave
James Johnson
I Hershal Coins
1 Copeland Company .
Sausage .: '.
Alachuo, Florida l" !: ,W'....

; 1 Central Hairstyling College
J.". Inc.
Johnson tr Farts Seed 6 '.'., '" M,. Od.n Hines
:;. Garden Supplies ''- 218) S.E. 1st St.
224 N.W. 8th Avenue '
fW y .
: tf
( : ij .
I t B= .
i> ; f Jones Johnson Funeral Ham
t, J. M. Fields Department Store '. % .., 4 *' u, <' Mr. Harold A. Johnson
,... Mr.Joseph I. Williamson + 311 S. Main St.
1409 IV.W,23rdBlvd.

I .., r f "x44 McDuff Appliance Store I
Jim Voylei Appliance Co Mr. C. Boyd Green.

I r James 419N.W.8th fir Anne Veylet A. e.. iBedcock vt._ .I r'J_ & v .r+J K ;w 1121 N. Main St.

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: '.M X T' y.\ ... ) .

: g' Royal Crown Bottling Co.
:. : Furniture q Mr. Jim Hodnett
Anociate Store ; 1201 E. University AVI
Gibbi Furniture _
''I\ : Mr. Kenneth M. Gibbi102SW. ri ld a y j'

.. 1 at Av.

.', Town & Country Beauty
9' ik f bj 3 : > Salon
Gertner't, Inc.Mr.HoroldR. a>t I g ,+ c Ashley Beauty Center
Gertnar 3424 W. University Ave
e Mr. Virgil W. Harvard 34 r 's. 3 a r
at f +
1133 S. Main.St. :? r b a tt
: 5 > 4 Geinesville Nursing Center
': SW. 34th St. North of
Archer RoadHenderson
Fuller Fata, Inc. a,
: Mr. Earl N. Davis, Jr. s
: 619 W. University Avt 1s s
Land & Lumber
: ,, Co.
Mr. Robinson L. HendersonCombe'Lumber
2303 N.E. 27th Avt.
+ Or Supply Cr r i'' t ; n''' a
; Mr. A. L. Cnmbl -

.Mr. Wm. I. Comb Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Fin Federal Savings &
Atth 51
N. 8th Ave
W. at !
j Samuel Isaiah Jeremiah John Acts Romans I Thessalonians y Loan Ass'n.
8:2-14 63:17-25 33:1.9 10:1-6 15:12-21: 10:14-18 2:3-13 Mr. T. Wade Harrison

249 W. University+ Ave

.. Sunnyland Pecking Company
Mr. Thomas Hordes
1120 SW. 5th St. Gainesville Opticians
Miss Ole L. Bowen
805 W. University Ave
Holiday Inn Restaurant
Rain tr Owens Masonry General Games Steak House ""etk-Lindsey.
Bill'i Meat Room, Inc. Vidal Drug Company
'Mr. Frank Jamet Contractors, Inc. Mr. John H. Hintermister, Jr. .(r. Thomas E. Spencer.ErnsBoughton
L CoP'
W. Mr. H. Ceburn Ram. Hughes & Chestnut Funeral
: W.I 13th St. 1302 N. Mam St.
'.* 1001 N.W. 4th St. 102 E. University Ave. 1423 N.W. 7th St. Mr. Charles S. Chestnut

18 NW. 8th Avt
Hawell'i Business College- Edwards Building Supplies
Air-W.y Dry Cleaners fr Secretarial Courses Inc. .
:-Town Tire Co. Weiheretta Maria Norman Cosmetics 218 W. UniversiryAve. Mr. Harry Edwards.
'Mr. Irn..t Turbyfill Mr. William L Glasper Mar/aria C. Butler 726 S. Main St. Firestone Store
605 N.W. 8th Avt. 202 SE. 14th St. 513 W. University AvtBrown's Mr. Charles E.
"Bud" Stewart
: Gainesville Granite tr Crowder's Nursery 304 W. University Ave.
University City Television Marble Warkt Mr. G. H. Crowder
ServiceMr. '
l Yellow Cab of Gainesville Cable Co., Inc. Robert Texaco E. Brown Mr. D. Roy Loveday Orange Heights Road
1 J. Wallace Brawn. 522 N. Main S t. 1206 W. University Ave M,.Gerald D. Hoard2l3SSE.4thSt. Gainesville' Production
Phone 376 64II Credit Association
Gainesvilla Coca-Cola Mr. Henry M. ,.....
University City Bank BottlinaCo.929LUnivtrsityAvt.. "310 S.W. 13th St.
M M,. J. I. Coleman Kerosene fr Fuel : .
Marian Fi r*+"t. Co., Inc. II16 1 W. UninvenityAve.. Oil Reuse .f Flowers
Lu.Ur1.11'is! Mr. N. L. Colemen Mr. Ronald Wheeler McCollvm
222 W. University Ave. 372.2842 919 W. University Ave. Gainesville Livestock Market 112"' W. UnivervtyAvV+
Coppers Co.,Inc. Mr. Lannie H. Thompson 1324 E. University Ave
Mr. Ch... H. Abrams N.W. 6th St.
Gat. City Mattress N.W.23rd Blvd.Publit '
CrCarpetWorktMr. Klrkpetrick fr '..,.... Inc.Builders .
Mcc I Drive-In ResteurentJ. Jim Sanders
A. D. Ch bls. and Developers A. end H. F. McCormick Mouldin'sAuta Glass Censtn cites Co.
I 818 W. University Ave. Supermarket 1308 S. Main St. Mr. Jones LMeuldin.
I 1331 E. University Avt Mr. Jams L. Senders
Lynn Chapmen 323 N.W, 6th St. 2604
.. 1014 N. Main St. N.E. 19th Dri

Jerry's DrIve-U Restaurant Chandler's Drive-In O'NeoCs Mobile Home Court
Mr. H. Paul M."ord Food Felr Stores Restaurant Chorda! tt Ullie O'Neal Morgan Typewriter Agency Beak of Hawthorne
2310 SW. !13th St. 13..9 N.w. 23rd Ave. Mr. T. A. Nielsen 3001 S.E. Hawthorne Rd. William E. Morgan Mr. Jskn J. T'Ifo
; N. Main ot I 10th Avt. 720N.W.13thSt. 901 IN. Man, St. Hawthorne.Flondu


; i= :;, This Series of Messages Is Made Po5< ible! by These Businesses Whose

i Desire Ills To Awaken Our Citizenry To Their Need For Divine Guidance

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Seeker, December II, 19(4 Gainesville Sun ).

Westsidc I


Christian Set ,i
II"" ', I

For Yuletide !; ;; To Bring Nativity to Life

The Westilde Christian Per -

Church is now in the midst of First Baptist Church at 42V. ] Church In Norfolk. Va., where,'The narrator Dr. Laughon will! minutes of music In darkness, will be assisted by many other
the holiday season with many I \ Univ. Ave., will present a they produced it for the first,(begin quoting scriptures of hi i the entire scene will be repeat. ladies In the church In dressing
activities planned to carry the "Uvln' Nativity" this season time. They received requests Christmas story, and when the' ed each half hour. People ma;y, and making.up the characters.
season's spiritual theme. showing on Dec. 20 at I, I:30 for Information about its production event of the Messiah's birth U i come and go as they wish. .
Thin past Friday evening and 9 p.m; Wednesday, Dec. and since that time I mentioned lights will appear on,
Christmas dinner was 'held in 23, at 7, 7:30, 1. 1:30: and 1 something similar has been en- a !real living "Mary and Joseph Because of the photographic: I Traffic control win be necessary
the Lloyd Myrick h 0 m e. The r.l tBaroque l p.m.; and Thursday Dec. 24 Joyed In many parts of the ." While they will be Intent interest of Living Nativity, phi ). and under the direction
preparation commit tee wall I at 7, 730. I. I:30. and I p.m. country. upon watching their child I i tographers are asked not t 0. of Roland Stuart, traffic: will be
Mrs. Lloyd Myrick and Mrs. The program Is being directed Approximately 100.000 people small "angel" will be peeping, made flash pictures that wlldetract 1 I permitted to come only on the
i Fred I over their shoulders at the from the reverence 01 t: East and West aides of the
Robin Thomas. The event Deluded by the pastor, Dr. each season in Norfolk would
a dinner a carol sing / Laughan. babe. A friendly cow will 1 1 be the story, but will be Invitee I church but not any to come
/ |come during the six or seven I each evening at I p.m. to take, behind the church. Carlos Hope
while small
nearby eating a
and devotion. The latter wall 1 The of the Living ,
presentation -
'j" nights It was available donkey will be seen resting. picture of the entire scene 01 and John Andes will provide theo
lead John M. Wagner.
by will be
Nativity sponsoredby of any portions they wish l t light effects. Dan Laird will f
All When lie narrator refers to
Tonight following the evening I the First Baptist Church to people are Invited to come
take. ;
service will be a caroling session teach the bumble way In which at any of the times the scene is the shepherds a light will appear direct the publicity,

I to end with fellowship at the child Jesus was born to be In view, Sunday night, Wednesday on them as they tend their Many people are :helping Dr. The first rehearsal will beheld
the John Newlm home. accomplished by the use of real and Thursday nights before real herd of sheep. This scene and Mrs. Laughon In this undertaking ,I tonight during the Training
Plans for Christmas Sunday people and animals In an out- Christmas. Cars will park any- will feature a multitude of "angels" Mr. and Mrs Frank (Union hour, at t.IS. A III I male
Dec. 20, begin with Bib I e I door setting which Is being designed where except at the south side who will appear to be will not arrive until Saturday.
school at 945: In the 11 a.m. to give an Idea of the of the church, for the staging 'glorifying God." {Johnson are making angel I
worship the minister, A. Leon original Bethlehem setting Using I will occur at that end of the The final phase of the scene wings.,Mrs. Eunice Miller Is,i citywide carol sing for the
Langston, will bring the in e .- techniques of sound and educational building The walk will show "Wise Men" leaving creating head pieces for the"Christmas Sunday presentation
cage "A Doctor's Account of light the ancient Christmas toward the scene will be Ins their gifts. Approxlm a t el I y 20 wise men. and Dr. and Mrs. will be one feature of the Uvlng
the Birth of a King." story will be told to people in i mi.I darkness with a back minutes will be required for the Ruth E. Choate are preparing..'' Nativity program. All
the day will be the Gainesville ground of Christmas m u sic showings and after a b 0 u t ten
Climaxing area. It is
ex- .. .._ _. the gifts they will present L. churches having evening services -
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the Christmas program at pected that many people will i--
recitations 'Messiah'Presbyterian's W. Cobb has promised to bring are asked to come to the
p.m. It will Include travel from neighboring towns'
and the Christmas Choralogue First director of mu..lc111i... to view "Uvlng Nativity". Emmcsuillc( Sim [/1 donkey, Frank T Denham.Jr. scene when their services have

"Holy Night", The program lJIdine rehearses a passage on the harpsichord from 4 Uvlng Nativity" Is a new ,[ will provide the cow while been dismissed to Join fellow
committee is Mrs. Franklin I the baroque 1742: Dublin version of Handel's "The presentation for this area butit [the sheep will be furnished I Christians in singing I I the

Karns, chairman Mrs. Charles Messiah.* The choir with chamber orchestra accompaniment has been seen in varying I RELIGIONFirst through/ the courtesy of Dr. Christmas hymns, to be directed -

Moseley Mrs. Henrietta Buck- will present the oratorio tonight at 7:30In forms In other places. In 1941, : (I'George T, Edds The hay and '! by Fred Scholfleld minister
ner and Mrs. Lloyd Myrick. the First Presbyterian sanctuary at 300 SW Second Dr. and Mrs. Laughon were !'
Sunday, Dec. 27, will feature Ate.Soloists with the Talbot_ Park Baptist !I II -. I feed committee la R. Holt/ Howard -IOf music. of the First Baptist
I guest speaker Dr. Franklin and Milton Brownlee. Dur-

Karns will be preaching both I I !log the day the animals will be '
morning and night due to the Univ. Lutheran to Hear MethodistTo :kept In the pen behind the old NOIUNDAY

regular minister being on vaca-I U.S. Wildlife building which Is .
tion.. now owned" by the First Baptist SAUl
Then to end this year on the I 'TIle of Christmas'In Hear Cantataburg Church, H C. Jeffcoat Is paint. Balsem Scotch Pine
proper note and look to the Song ing signs for outdoor' d I 11 play Motive. Coder
new year there will be a New and announcement.
'"' lTh Ui l**' rl
Years Eve Prayer Meeting on keeping with the musical the Latin carol "Puer nobi University Lutheran will I I I also The six choirs of the First I ,,I pianists; Bert K Inz'y, AN Hit*-RnMMku /d...
the -31st at 7:30 p.m. This will heritage of the Lutheran and the German cradle song present the story of Christ's Methodist Church 411 NE Flrslll| trumpet, and Miss Pat Kennedy Mrs. William Finley and Mrs. WESLEYCOMMUNITY
be held In the Robin I Thomas ,Church, University Lutheran "Joseph lieber, Joseph meln" birth this afternoon at 4. The St., will be combined to present percussion. I Dan Laird will be responsible
home and the leader will\ be ,Church 1828 W. Unj,. Ave.,! will be a part of the servic text of the program Is taken "A Christmas Festival of Lessons for electing the shepherds
William Jones. will tell the Advent Christmas I from St. Luke and St Matthewand and Carols"1 in the church I Participating aM readers dur-'and wise men, and Mrs. David METH. CHURCH

Westslde Christian Is now I message in hymnody at the Those members of the choir will also" Include carol sing sanctuVy tonight at T o'clock ,jig the program will be tendon will assign the small |]< N.W, 2),. ItvbniJGRANTS ,
meeting in the Cafetorlum of ,,service at 11 am. today. II singing solo. duet, or quartet ing under the direction of Mrs. E.tuffln .,]Brian Morgan Larry Halsey/ :,angels l Mrs. Mildred L ftIn .
tht Uttlewood EI I e m e n tary ,parts are: Mrs. Lee Otto Mist Jones and Mrs. Anna I Hal Walker. Captain Aubrey :i"4'MrrirMrKYYtYyrr YY YYYY R YYYyYYY YYr17y'c.1
Within the liturgical service Linda Good Mrs. James N) All children in the school I
School 812 NW 34th St. jipklcwlcx, It was announced! I fleece Dr. W. T. Arnette Dr. I
j and in place of a sermon the land, Ted Johnson Dr. Robert From 3 years of age through'by Rev. Thomas G. Mitchell,,! '
choir, under the direction of Cade, Allan Lyrene Phil P 8th grade will participate III minister. |Palter, Herbert. Mrs. Fredone. HELPS I
St. Patrick'sCroup Mrs Leys Johnson, will present Johansen and Cmdr LOYI; this presentation. Those playing Included In the program will,:::: William Blue and Jim I .
; to MeetSt. "The Song of Christmas"toy Johnson. Other members of I the key roles are: Mary Linda No be the Christmas cantata I ITwas ,Jishop Jr.First .
I[ Ringwald. j choir are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn land; Joseph Terry 01 I e s en; ." In the Moon of Will ter : YOU PLAY
Patrick's Holy Name Society Klein Mr. and Mrs. Jurj!Pen three Wise Men. Michael Cade : SANTA
"The Song od C h r I II t mas"j, '.rime" by Camlle Van Hulse, to Church .( GodIAe1.rwe
will hold Its regular Battles Miss Nancy Kuhn .. Scott Simpson and John Svar-
wmprlses original muslc.se-I bf sung by the Chancel and I 'In*. AHIILt.tWmklp I
monthly meeting in the Parish .'ected excerpts from 20 hymns Mrs. Robert Und Mrs. Robert ein; Angel Patti Johnston; and ,Junior High Choirs Accompanying ] tank* l.d Mwttfaf with
Hall Tuesday, at S Mrs. Wilbur Roc k, King i Chrlilirat Gifts
on p.m. md carols appropriate to the Kllgore Herod Jimmy Johnston. the choirs will be Mrs. 7,45 P.M. t
The meeting will begin with Mrs. Eleanor Reneke Miss Carroll "S N.W. ITthrWla I "
Benediction of the Most Blessed :season and abridged verses Swanson Herb Glatfelter. Claire Johnson will be the Barbara Kirby organist: Mrs .ltwrle.d *.> Pb' 171-7111 I for Everyonec
Ann II t
Tatom and
Sacrament In the Church. from Holy Scripture. The original Lewis Schilling Bruce Simp.' organist Mrs. Philip Dahlbergwill Russell Dan-. I I

This month's program will fea.I music, harmonizations and son, Mrs, Oscar Heskln and direct the presentation. On ,
ture! a presentation by Fr. Jerome arrangements, the adaptations Mrs Philip Dahlberg Saturday afternoon after the University Baptist Church
()if the Biblical verses and certain rehearsal', the children
A. Carosella on "The translations are by Ring- The pastor of the congrei !".".* School. .i41 Traolse N..., ..00Mwn.'t
Significance of Advent In the arranged Sanli, 10:41 l...l** farvlM, 1100 i OPEN
D. r trick
1 raid lion, the Rev. re I
by Mrs. Howard W iiI
Modern World." A social featuring I0ZI N.W. 6th Sr. C. F. George Pester
Castor iavitts the to this
public kowske with v
the of various
help I
refreshments and commemorating Such choices as a 18th century -
/ .
the season will setting of the old liturgical seasonal service. members of the Church Women. I rVslnleitery t __ I i SUNDAY 1.6AND

conclude the meeting. p.irayer "Adoramus te Christ**, The Sunday Church School of r 1
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1-To Present Yuletide Cantata ; IT'S SUNDAY, DEC. 13 ''I

Tonight at 7:30: o'clock the I will be Messrs., Ban and Mrs. Edward A. Ba. Only 12 more days until ChristmasWouldn't I

choir of the Parkview Baptist James Patton, Don Ward. am j: dekian and Mrs. Chris Holl r 4 .r S = v 1x
Church, 3403 NW 13th Street, Dan Crenshaw, and Mrs way at the piano. The narrator I
I will present Its Christmas Ca. James Patton and Miss Donm e; will be Edward A. Basdekia .
The choir is !under the direction I
nata. "Night of Miracles" by
Beard. The accompanists wil I
of Mrs. Aubrey C Da n-i I It be a good day for you to encourage
John. W. Peterson.. be Miss Janice Fly at the or
-- - -- leis.At your grade school, junior high or ,
the conclusion of the Ca- high school youngster to write on "What the

Presbyterians Host I jnaia service the will annual be observed CandlelighUn, ledl I i Birth of Jesus Christ Means to Me." Send the/

I by the pastor, the Rev. Miles I letter to us before Monday noon Dec. 21, andif

Patterson. I his letter is judged the best, the religious or

Miami LeaderKenneth The public Is Invited to atI I charitable organization he chooses/ will
I tend the service
I receive our check for $10. There will

be three awards one" for each
Keyes, a Ml a m 'IjsocUtion of Real Estate Board
Power of Prayer 'I school level. 1
layman, will speak to Preiby,. and other real estate group = I
Dear fJn ) ,
terian men on "The Vital Roll t He Is a Ruling Elder In the Editor ,
"Claim that .. .
.s .
of Laymen in the Church To. Shenandoah Presbyterian :: prayer can .Otae.c wN1Afr
day" at the First Presbyteria. Church of Miami and has serv Chonoe Circum.itanca IIIIII
Church this afternoon begmnlnj t'ed as Moderator of SL John's d. not i
at 2:30 p.m. i I Presbytery He Is also serving impru not m logical*. InN r 45-PH DINNERWARE SERVICE

Keyes will also bring the!I on various religious publication m,t they con FOR OPEN
message at the Highlands Presbyterian .1( board and mission groups In i afct m* r*>
Church at the 11 e'11961 he was chosen the 'Evan alily .of Owe
clock Morning Service today ,'gelical Layman of the Year world
His topic will be "In Partnership More than S million copies of ".....,: The only 7.44Ye
logic of It* world do.. not .....
With God :the message "In Partnership"
much ir* common with the my-
Keyes Is chairman of UK,i With God" have been distributed .", of fa'th'' Import upon our c.e.dd) ,!-e.. My rime
board of Keyes Realty Companies ed church organizations and II..... You'** herd In* ..,.....
of !Miami has served aspresident translated Into many languagWestsidc 'mmd 'ovar ward inane ccnfirm: end mat thmdKl "-rt dlniMrwir H Si a talent price) melodic

i of the National 1 As- 'S. many raal phytkal Site are p y. LET'SALL 1 ...*; eupe, Murwr, dinner plate.. CTM|.. upWd -,
-- -- -- ChoaomatK. caused by th. pallant's end butt*.; J vrublaj diets, 1 platter. ,

ChoraleFor liar, th.nklrfl, *r mind. C'rtll1IIt", covered cigar bowl IfavptinrMl vetuefS
Baptist What th* mind Cn tar down
I it ran build u.. It might be KEEP I .
M Cliristnins .
Tonight cause ocpout to tn. cam** ,
at p>v The combined choirs of West, lor choirs ages I 12 by Mrs. addition M m* working of rl 1"':' '" ,
&xf tov. w mln u., n> Wham ..,
side Baptist Church 4039 New.> A Darrrl Murray and assisted' rest" .... M fcnpoawbW. Our Dm. a.
berry Road. will present I>II by Billy Steeger: the chapel lead nwnda cannot ............. INODafttt.6uiUt S rt ,1
this II i *v n eurwh-m. M clone God L .
choral Christmas program choir age U 24 and chancel ..... h/. ...,.,...... btu Owns .
7.30>> which will IN '
evening at .: choir ages 17 and up. are directed M taundant avldm* of (" CHRISTMAS &
concluded with a unique candTcDghting cfl-.. 4ICh-.4 by prmw. f K 1 tiW
by Mrs. A. Darrel Murray b.
service. Writ yowr son evrrror.r
4 ., director of musical: activ- oweae.om. .. _. to $ tf
The beginner\ choir ages lror. p 0 ton II No.w !k I
S. b directed by Mrs. Jam ''I; kiss for the church. Cam . a Big Sdttltoitt Big Suini!
Sanders: the primary choir.: The choral program win leD while a.vse c.e/nored by: .

ages.6 t. by Mrs. Jack the story of the birth ., Jesus IfWSEHOLD PLASTICS

Humphries: the combined Jun-. la sung and Scripture. JONESJOHNSONFUNERAL e"A 1 I* Smart Me** C4.r.

A M which HOME
ceremony everyone
Choral Sen-ice participate with a lighted FK 6.536 I she 2 1/N $1Rt0.. 1

Due at TrinityThe candle will end the program 311 S. MAIN ST. ,

unit; are iadH to silent I.-.-. r: e lit. sturdy humidly UuiH e v..1M Ik
Chancel Choir el TrWirjrMedwdttt e Round end /lIUlaMhApt ..*... bealwUOnirry -
Church, 3111 NW Itk my wtih I MCtjoM IXt putt ,
Ate. directed fcy ]fr. Herbert Faith IndependentBAPTIST I 1lrntb tub e ?sal with spool e lUndVTreyfawJI

X Sawyer. Jr.. and the new.H e ottlity Un 1-,. snJxln, bowl H I
established Jentar C. el r.
farmed by Mrs CeergePndipn. CHURCH OPEN TIL' 10 EVERY .

will combine tonightat NITS. TIL XMAS I I1N
T 31 and lead the eongrrgatms '
719 N.W Hit AVI.
at the annual service ofOuisunas
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{ 1:00 0 90 Bristol Court Maude Frlckert hawking "Triumph." Mary F I It I- Weather 0:00 0 Divorce Court CD Woody Woodpecker

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t Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts O I've Got A SecretO facing the stockholders. medical missionary In the (1941) When a girl I Is 0:30: 0 Jack Benny 03 Local News 8 Best of Groucho

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DEAR ABBY: I am a respectable divorced woman, 41 DEAR NO: You may be no spring chicken, bat neither Is !

years of age. At a drop-In type cocktail party I met a very jour husband a dumb clock. After being waited ea for M VEGETABLE OR IS TAKIM'HIM!.rA BEEN FED SINCE SHEWS BOWIKI -

personable looking gentleman. He said he was also unattached years he Is thoroughly spoiled, and yea spoiled him. So don't IRT TAKE .At MAH WTTCHES'CAULDRON t 36
and by his own Jolly admission was "pushing 60." cspect to teach that old dog any new tricks. THEN W4S KrfJ4tIP TIaIEI 'Sti V( HOURS.C3 .
I We had'a few laughs, danced a while and then he invited 'AN'NOW iT S-ggtob' 1 *30!!

\me to his apartment. I was taken back and refused. Was DEAR ABBY: I spend half my life going back to restaurants -+ PEPPf"R; r f r

|I being mid-Victorian? He didn't say what he had in mind where my wife and I have dined In order to retrieve things "' 'I ,

If he'd even said he wanted to show me his etchings or a ny wife has left behind. How can I break her of forgetting 1 '::' ) iflT.

[collection of something, I might have reacted differently. things like gloves, scarves, handkerchiefs, packages, etc., on p
When he left, he didn't ask for my telephone number. At dining room tables, chairs and floors? '

[my age prospects are not too plentiful Now I am sorry I MR. BEAGLE :

[didn't go. I've never gone to a man's apartment and didn't DEAR MR. BEAGLE: Before leaving the restaurant with .'

[want him to think I was "that type." Was I foolish? your wife, present her with a checklist Purse Scarf Handkerchief .

? SORRY NOW : ? Compact? Lipstick? Wrap? Earrings? Pill box J
[ SORRY I doubt If the had eJA .,. ..,w.r..
DEAR man amy etchings, a Cloves? Packages? Head ? Husband?

,1 [stamp collection, medals from World War II, or ether things I
[women are Invited to men's apartments to ice, but seldom
a [seldom do A mm who, by his own "Jolly admission," Is DEAR ABBY: I have seen many letters In your column w MY SISTER 20NIE MAE { TA from women who have waited for a married man to divorcehis
F pushing M probably figures he doesn't have much time to E-4 FEELS LIKE V5 DON'T V HER.MAWVWANT ARY ANGEL, s-
wife for them, but most of (hem never do. Have
( you HONEY .
{ waste. Yon used good Judgment. If he's anything special, d HER TO STAY .
ever heard from a woman who has waited and finally got ".c PvOTtl '
[you'll see him again. If he was only et the prowl for InI FERALEETL5 v
her man? I would like to see a few because I am not sure
I slant romance who needs him VISIT, PAW- _.,
e whether I should keep on waiting.

DEAR ABBY: I have gotten up every morning of my life DEAR WAITING I heard from two this morning. One said I
'for the past 50 years and started fires in the coal and wood "After my sweetheart divorced his wife and married me,

|'stove while my husband stayed in bed and slept I also took he started to cheat ea me Just like he used to cheat on her.

care of the children without any help from him. I evenI It was a 'habit' he couldn't break, and since I had helped him ::J

; j carried the wood and water myself. Don't you think it is time form It, I shouldn't complain The other woman said that Z

; he got up and waited on mi for a change? Or am I supposedto she waited II years for her man. And BOW she Is playing Cfl

go on like this for the rest of my life, and keep my mouth nursemaid to a sick old "geezer" whose wife look him for

,shut, Just to avoid a fight NO SPRING CHICKEN all he was' worth and threw him out.T.Y.I .



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scared some tourists there's much talk 7:05 O Ranger Hal
but no communication 7M: O Local News, Weather
03 Bugs Bunny Robert Bray. Guest cast
Rhoda instructed the Interpreter 1:01: O Captain Kangaroo
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MM D Johnny quilt n't know how to tell her I:JO O Joey Bishop Daddy

O Cameo Theater that he'll be out of town Joey doesn't want moth o News
(D Johnny Quest that weekend. Patty er-to-be Ellie doing anymore 03 Cameras Please
11:30 O 03 (Color)
O Pre Football 'Duke, William Schallert, housework, so he '
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(Last game of the regular O'Keefe Guest cast In- he'll handle all the household IOSS O I Love Lacy
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; "Commandos Strike at and Harold Gaetano. 10:00 O m Rogues Andy C
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decides to take a stand the animal destroyed puter. But before they O Love of Life

for academic freedom. An but young Rene takes the can begin the caper, 12:IS O Geology 107II
ambitious politician has dog and runs away. Based \their friend Is killed l :8 O News.Weather

accused him of teaching on the book by Jun and Marcel and TImmy I U.30 O 03 Troth or
radical ideas. KJelgaard. Cast Includes are charged with murder Coeteqoeaces

4.NO Danger Is My Walter Pldgeon, Cites I darks Boyer, Robert O Search lot Tomorrow

Business Payant, Janette Bertrand, Coots. Guest teat 11:41: O Gelding Llh
"Undersea Commando"m Ernlle Cenest. Includes Malachl Throne, n Left Speak Spaaba

Mr. Novak O My Favorite Martin Su.anae Cramer, 12.:U O 03 News
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A scholarship exam for 'subconscious cries oat Wilson, George Kennedy O Midday !

full-tuition college grantsIs for rest and when the Stephen Bekassy, Mar. D TV Binge

scheduled! at Jefferson Martian doses out comes eel HiTlaire. Martin Kos- H Advesterts It Living / CAI, Qi s1 T i AsslLm m i"/N 5YtP rtOPS

and for Karen Park. his alter ego, a look- leek. Robert Corao and 1:11 O Fens S / NIM TINS, 1 a me (MLIAI/ ? R 1
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the pressure is Intense. Includes Joyce Jameson, member poses ss a O Sctrace-AI Edmeufs.
4.30 O Ttple Hal Baylor. Dick Cutting miserly boss who charges O As Ike World Tarns

O Pro Football Report and Dean Williams his temporary secretarial O Hamullks OH

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season) Ed's guests are comedian and pencils; shop- J.H O 03 Loretta Young
1.00 O 09 WHd Kingdom Alan King, singer I tiers watch a package O Password I

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Africa's Kalahari, a vast tenor Daniel Barioni, nursery-school childrta. are Ell Wallacte aad'
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Sunday, December 13 1964
_u.__L_ .".. ........ GointirilU 98NOTIM
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fule Dinner SetThe 1st Alliance 1st Nazarene to Present TO CONTRACTOR

SooM bMi mill to ncdvMl by Mr. 0 cut M tfuollcolloii but wllhoul) n" IN THR CIRCUIT COURT OF FLOHIBA
M. ,
CommlnIM Onvil, ,oholrmoil 5111. Unlvorllty Alochuo) Avonoo County. ,l.MS' N..INeaft,5) .....1 .Os ltlWiCALACHUA .. IIOMTH JUCIOIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
newly organized United I members of the group a chine Christmas Sunday School O.MOIVIIIO. FHMIOO. Ml INN fltM I.X ,1..y N 510 -. Poe ALACHUA COUNTY. IN CHAN.CIRY. .
r Program M. NOT TuoMiy. jonuory I, ,.... lie Owns' owrv.. Ms rlllli II relocl .
Church of Gainesville will hola d I to become better acquaint DISCO turn on* ".. nil elm ranlvM, 0 ony NMI .......
the dinner will bring members will bo oubnciy" oomd ..* rood men* COUNTY COMMISSION IN RSIFotlllon
Christmas fellowship covered : Story Due Mrs Delores Eaton director "Let Earth Receive," a .lor tumltftftto. til lotar on* motorloio toiconttnjcllno Iy, O. M. 01411. CMI/m51 PiTMOMAI
to date 1703/1 IONS' 10
on organizational ,
up .
5 dish supper at 6 p.m. o n I of the Annual Sunday Sch 0 01 Christmas service In panto- ORIFFIrj VICrJMYIHARON
AddiHono 101
Committee ronwoflont ID Alochuotounty )
at the Meth. progress. I a Christmas for t b ... IN TUB CI CIIIT COURT T5 A0N
Thursday Trinity program e mime choral reading and lOng |loll) ) 0" FIORIOA
will meet briefly and add an)y The Sunday school at Firs I t Any M ......... -' t' IN AND LSI MASON
odist Church 153 NW First Church of the Nazarene will be oftor UK tpocltloo: tint ALACNUAACOUNTY
Eighth I
the JunJOZ On
new Interested in Alliance Church MOO NE 15th presented by .... MM mil. ml to comuwrooTho ,. IN CHAN 5 minor 1 child.)
Ave. Christmas and persons assisting SE! 1st Ave. announced to- b ..._ .. cue
music decoration lors and the Junior high depart- xlor II Nw tonlroct, h l lwith
: the establishment o ;I I r St., tonight will present Its version *) IM CHIMCUth MhVKUr Clioncory No. 'IJOI IIO"CITal
will lend hall d that the will be My "oil InA ITHn III' WI50MN 51000Jy
a a y the church. of the Biblical Christmas day program ments The supervisor or the or WtHIM Mtk* fetlnB, olv $ Of OUCh COCNNAN boy
new 00401. 11550
touch to this first social gatherIng ., held Wednesday evening at Junior department fa Edna town). win,* toto wrlrtm) controct with NrwWMdMrNewnutoh
All Interested in attending itory. The public is Invited. mo Ownor In occorrunco wim tilt .cCOOhJd 110) COCMRAN.DrnwMKt. .
of the new church groupIn persons 745 p.m. Several departments Hauner: teachers are Don Hill bid' MM 5105 controcl DOM Ml. "" Dellvory NewYerlWon 14tat
addition to giving the the supper are wet The Alliance pastor Re .. of the Sunday School will Bob lilKhwy K Itio ownw. In M (mountWM TO IIOCOCNIMNiodmont'
and Neta .
par- Pyles Davis. The t* onohvndnol ? cnt ol mt eontroel ore hereby noflfM thot THOMAS
come and may contact M r I. Frank D. Smith also announced Uclpate. ...., ,lie ooot ol .... bond ....11) > AUtontr) O''I'INlICK.all heo tiled, p Petition
Junior' high department IUper- to ncluaid VOU ADI HIIIIIV NOTI'IIB) MID for tho adoption ol SHARON III P*.
M 5 port ol tho llddonNo
Warren Menke at J78 0694 for results of last week's annual The kindergarten department visor II Lewis Waits; the teach. ..... ItI4 00..550. .0 CtmolMnl *x Dlvom dm Mal NM IOM minor, .... Petition .point HiedM
information. election. ,... ..." you or* you .r. roqulrid, X tile Circuit Court of "lor...., llohttl.
will present recitations and a ers are Bob Davis L. T. Rho- M thirty may wiN kit bid tar..iporlor MTVO 5 cooy ol your oniwtr or tXMixg' Judicial.Circuit In ond tor/ Alee,,",Couty. *.
don oftor At
The Interim pastor for _.. pro 10 Mo Coinololnl. M m. "'l,'in'ltfi A ti You ... hereby' required! N mo. your
past rhythm band Linda Warring- den and Eloise Waita. tor In* lock old ,muil to outmlttM fn y. *, O Juoilu) in wutn WHn eniwer to othor ''1....'... to me Fvtltlon.Xf .

I LAKE BUTLER The First the church. Rev. Milton J. ton 1 Is the IUperv.sor and the Doris Criner Is In charge of 00.5 PNm to Uriel. ally'onorounco..5,045/56 lin wtlkft fho C Fr... 110., Oannslll.ontMr or oltMIno Hula., M on*IK*Nlo ollko inowllnol not_.00 .,COUM...... why 50 5.mo 000.00 Fetltlon_.ohouMloos. ., '4
Baptist Church of Lake Butler Scripture, was elected secretary 0.14 Form will) to oho** M tho WKIIIcoMooo of .... Ceo of ,
teachers are Ruth Yates Chet MO Clmil Court on or ) lie or plnol of your enewor or other
the music Ron Smith the light. tonxo Mo nil ......,...
will hold Dedication Servicesfor and other officers named ooy IM4. II OhouM bo Hied wlrh' Iho CMr
Perkins and Pam Lovely All boob Mull. to dor* In occordoncowllll 004 toll 10 00 M 0 ....... .. conMM of thli. Court Sold P copy Mrved oneillloner
the new sanctuary next were: financial secretary Esther Ing 'rraniementa. Preparation Hint, _It .,,,,,,, sod ConlrKldocumonto ',all, to IWM ot.,inil you kw Hi* MIN .. / or Potllloner'e) ottomtvl, whoi
GALORE The primary department will ........ ttwroto *nK moy to -iofKM In Iho Com.p.inl /110455 51. .loon 5505110 ....... .....1.)
?'t ,Sunday, The pastor, H. G. Mc-I Cason; treasurer, Joan Rho- present We Worship the King of the costumes I. being ar- ..-_ M. tho ..Ic. ol wyrl HOMOconlroct DATID .| OolnMvlllo. Alxl Leroy announced today. den; missionary treasurer Bessie ranged by Eloise Waits Edna 0141701. IIW .TsnN1.. A 0.01,01. 010.. ... 1)0)00.) ) Milt l."' My M H........*. b 5010. 151/001 004.
0)445. 04.130. One .
which 1 Is I teaching experience 01 1000 401.4 .01 '914 DATIO "'II"n doy of December A.D.
Throughout Coughenour; extra board dKumonfo ml ....... tar liltd' 1. I. CormkhwlCl ''tot.Court.
The Is the programfor Dauner and Neta
following of worship. The supervisor of Davis. Dee- 'mo moy to toevrod by Oonoroi Conhoctor. of Circuit Court tool)
members Ray Brumbaugh and orations from OIl' otflco ky MMIIMO, ..,.... C.....,. .
the day; Sunday school 10 William Coughcnour elders this department fa A I m a are being supplied by horvMtft tile Him tl FlttMn Dollort ay Coolly., lorMo J. I CARVIICHAIL.. CLIRK Pi
morning worship 11; dinner Booth: teachers are Jennie Alma Booth and Bob Pyles. ,1511001.. Till topMll will, to nlVM .,..." Curb Smlly OMVO Woterhoutp Cowlay
; I Coughenour Rev. Scripture us. oubmitilon ol 5 tono HM Mo 510100Yn1 Court IMI
J 1 dedication service, Brumbaugh trustees, PhilMeek White, Ruth Whiddon Cathe- Rev. J. Rex Eaton, p a slot, ot tile olonl sod Mnlmcl. oxmoon .. II 0. JUIIIMAKornty Crouch Dwuty 4 CINPNa1. A_.....
; .
p.m.; In ond CWMIIIIM
; on tile MIlor tnr PUUMIflIII .
rive lucille : III aoummt Flrtf
USE YOUR 6:30 and Brumbaugh and Charles Morgan Stevens extends an invitation to every. opfMno 01 no Udt. Aditlllonol MilrowiMtod IMIIII Msln HTM 0.'"" ..,,,.. ,..,....Itroet
Z:30: ; Training Union : to ouroom otlMr 'HIM ,.... ..
and tno' oub-
Margaret HauCler. one. .. _.. \HIt. .41 101 An50My 1 lor Fetlllonori '
school ...
Rhoden .
atE Sunday .. .
at 7.30 : superintendent 51511 11.00 10 r .. n, M. n
evening worship pm.I Bumbaugh with Nadine .

IRD ., Dr. Paul A. Melgs State Maxwell his assistant; A!.

TK Secretary of Evangelism will fiance youth fellowship presl\

W-Ivra ON'IIM: I&or be the speaker for the dedication -dent, Lovelda Brumbaugh;

service. __ ___' adult fellowship president and ,
ladles' missionary president,

Faith Smith; and head usher,

Charles Rhoden.

Tho lo",y County $DUIh s Authority
will rocolvt oioi for .... tumlihlno olon
I .lobor moMrlolfc oqulomont, ondoorvkoo
repaired to ..000..1Lsw >mIHoulInf '
Froloct No. '1" 1/1 t until I Oto'clock
F.M", 5 .-"l..e
combor IJ 1M4
Court Mu'. ironoon, ,../_ M whlctlmo N'S
on* place oil Dido will bo puMkloponod ,
ond rood. ouvd in tho Courtroom -
ol Itio tour_.. M Sronwn, 11. FAIR
No. ".. 1P t In Codo
Koy, Florida comltti ol II dwolllnobulkHnge.
eenlelnlno ,H dwell* 1,101IecNN ,
on lour 111 eltee, ond o Monooomen >
ond welntenence, ulWInf/ Lor
ocoplno' olio Imprevemente. .... vtllltloo r ,
oro 1501.0.1.PropS.NowN .
arms ol oontroct documonto.Inchdine .a.a5
,1... or* _I"call./ ... are J
M III. ot tho otllco ol Mnrry I. turneJr. .
I ., AlA Archlloct 1401 Prudentleuliding.
JoonoooylMo. Florida.Coploo .
ol mo documonto may bo eblelnod. -
YOM o limit of two Ol 501.. bydnmltlMj
County HouMn
mo Lovy
Non oot ol documonlo oo / QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
: refunded ,. ooch Contr
I 100KIN mMino bono no. bid iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiHiiiiiiniHiniiiiiiiiiiHi. iii,,,,.
"to tho Locol Aulhontlmo at IM Ip.c11150
: or ronfnU* (11Y11r1I145 ...ntr 111111111111
i:w011.000.. 1110 0. .. SpKNlulbnl
.... 01/155 10CV10N1fs 1ft pod _It Ion FARMER GRAY SKINLESSFRANKS
Give A Gift 'within' ton <10) doyo oftor bid oponlnoFor
aka lot ol documonto In ......
ot two, dopotlt of Fifty Dolloro.DO .
( 00). will bo .....1../. Pluo P chorgoof > 00

That Pleases EverybodyA reproduction Thlrtu-Flvo, _0001.'"..lubconlroctoro. UtoOl. to cooor ondmotorlolmm 3 13P509. lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMINIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIIHItllllllllll

ond vondoro moy obtolntho
documonto upon OMO.lt of FiftyDolloro '
IIM Ml, por ool Pluo tho Mrmonl
ol Thlrty-Flvp. 'II. IUI Ml.
SAVINGS ACCOUNTSAVE por, oot, to covor ',.. Ion _..
"documonti ",.11)) romoln, Itio property
ot tho Locol Authority ond oholbo llllllliiHHiiiiu mum 1111111 11111151.
retumd to tho Otflco M oorro within 1111111515111111/1111111111111//N
BY DEC. 21st AND EARN ton (II) days ofto tho oponlnf ofbldo.
Tho lull dopoolt Mill/ bo rotMvtod

A FULL MONTH'S RETURN .tar"our*oocM....1.010 MobW documonto condlHon.roturnod but tilt In =r SOUTHERN MADE LIMIT."' EACH WITH H.SO OK MORI ORDER

Thirty FIvoDollPro I IUI Nl, ooymonl
.000. h f...-,.... _" will JUST IN TIME FOR

1 I NOT....bo"....rofundod.A choc* or. bond drift, poyoWoto CHRISTMAS
iARAHTY tho lovy County Mouolnf Authority!. 5
U. .. Oovornmont bonot or o wtloloclory
kid bond oMcutod by tilt idea MEAL R GRITS
one _...."'. ourolioo In on omounloouol HI.F ASHION = It
ta Hvo por cont of tho bid oholbo I LB
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FEDERAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION" wopn oot form In tho Ipoclncotlent 1
mull bo pold on *mno prolocli. WATCHES
,,lie Lovy County HouHnf Authority r.
50,150 $00 0041.. .0 ..loci 1.y Se Ill Old
Current Rate- HId to wale 545 .tnformollon bi Ihobktdlnf
"Chartered end Supervised by GREAT BUY. = BLEACH 25 19
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108 Gainesville Sun_Sunday.._ December_._ 13, 1964
-- -
I of the Gainesville Police Department 'crews run out of nails they can. 1_------ -------
put out rocks the size of "And why should that stupid
THIS IS. "We didn't ask the SRO for bowling balls to guard the little electric gadget on the ElectricalFIXTURES
NOTICE! t,4 I the markings. The state has paint. pole run my life?" shot back,
AJ+: taken over the road for main-
: Obeying the rules of the the Frenchman. "It was plain
tenance. road reminds me of the story there were no cars coming.Do .
It's all/ very correct, of FOR ALL ILICTIIICAL NEEDS
about the French taxi driver you think both of us shouldsit
Under the arrangement .
course. existing Rtildentlal O Comm.rcielIndustrial
.OurTownflI between the city reassuring his frightened here in the dark and wait .
American passenger after for it to turn another color?"
CITRA FRUIT and the SRD the latter can he CALL
paint certain areas of our light bolted late through at night.a red traffic We can do without that C. P. Dressler
if want to. Frenchman's philosophy In
streets pink: they
NOW AVAILABLEFrom .. But Capt. Howell has a "Why don't you French drivers Gainesville's streets. But com- Electrical' Contractor
(Editor's note: Our Tows Gainesville couldn't have pick. point. Too much driver regimentation show more respect for the mon sense can help our town Phone FR -419J
Our Cirra Groves I formerly written by Jean ed a more ideal route. Tha t: can Inject traffic law?" asked the irate AmerlI I lot I ,lo N.W.4th St.
Carver, is now contributedby realtor didn't sell a house,, hazards of their own. I
Naval' Tangerines Orangti otter members ol the Sun though It wasn't her fault, bu t: Like the little silver-haired I 5
new staff. This week's column she sold us on the town.In lady hi the shiny sedan J
Grapefruit Is written by City EdI- time Eighth became my. fell behind when the paint was
tor Cllf Cormier) favorite and quickest commu. barely dry. She used the right I i
I VISIT OUR By CLIF CORMIEROne ter route to the city. Neve. hand line the one that sets
of the fondest first Impressions crowded with cars and offering .. off the parking lane as a ,
PACKING HOUSEU.S. In my memory Is 20 blocks of driving unl g- guide for her right wheels.
our first drive on Gainesville's terupted by stop signs or traffic But, even with 1/1/ the room
301 18 Mil. South of Gainesville Northwest Eighth Avenue.It lights, it seemed too goodto she gave on the left side, it FOR GIFTS [ \
Toke F''". 20 to FI... 325 (via Crow Creek). was five years ago last be true. It was an idea wasn't enough to pass safely,
to U. S. 301 1 Mile South of Cit... month. The wife and I were route if you were In a hurry, besides; the double set of yellow -
looking for a home after 20 but If you weren't, and most lines guarded against that MEN'S "AFTER SIX" 'i ;
years of moving In the Marine the time we were not, thenit A retinue of cars with Impatient #'t
Open 7 Days A Week-7 A.M. to 6 P.M. Corps. A helpful realtor was perfect for dawdling and drivers all going 20 I? ,
drove us out to the Northwest rubber necking. miles an hour quickly formed FORMAL WEARh'i'\\l 1 j
section/ of town over the Later exploration of our behind the little lady. And the (
Silver Springs Groves wide, spacious curving road- town revealed that Eighth was new paint job didn't help much DINNER JACKETS, 36TO46 '}
way lined with neat houses,'an oddity an Incongruent when she signalled for a right ;
CITRA. FLORIDA Ph. McIntosh 595-3321 tall pines and moss-laden oak "freeway," in a town short on turn at 22nd Street and (you REG., LONG OR SHORT,
A realtor wanting to sell a thoroughfares, that petered out guessed it) .proceeded to turn ., j
( Ie client on the beauties o f at a deadend in the midst o f left.Freshly 325039.95 ti5
painted road lines
-- a section of '
elegant homes
.' f Now, progress has harnessed always remind me of the few BLACK DRESS TROUSERS, ii{!! ( ; (I }l 4
good highways in the Philip-
Eighth's carefree ways. Paintbrushes
FOR GIFTS have regimented It pine Islands. You know those 26 TO 46, 14.95 1
Stern, geometric white and rubber cones the road crews e
FOR THE .yellow lines define the right, here put up to keep errant NORMAL FREE ALTERATIONS I
center and left of the road drivers from messing up their il'i
artistry? Well, in the Philippines
way with a precision that ,
would delight a robot. they put strIps of boards / /
; / i
r You can't watch for the with long sharp spikes sticking / /

INFANT'S COTTON first buds from the camellia through. J
bushes any more got to One false move end It's
; bang, bang. When the road
keep your eyes on those lines.
The paint job on Eighth
came after two young brothers Brain DrainIs g fj
SIZES 1 TO 4. were killed there recently. VAN HEUSEN FORMAL DRESS .'
Almost immediately a crew ReversedDEEP
:SEVERAL STYLES TO SELECT from the State Road Department SHIRTS, HVi-17'/2,32-35SLEEVE LENGTH :

appeared with, their RIVER, Ont. (AP) -
'. f FROM.: BLUE, PINK, YELLOW. spray hoses. The brain drain from Canada to 5.95 i.ti
I j r Even the cops don't like the the United States has been reversed "SUPERBA" CUMMERBUND SETS, 5.95
1 2.25 way the SRD men took over the president of the Engineering .
{ Y Eighth. Institute of Canada "SWANK" FORMAL JEWELRY SETS, 50010.00
"All they've done is create ,
y.; ... r reports. J
I bottleneck that will Col. George E. Humphries of
slow traffic down too much. Montreal said in an Interviewthat
JACK&JILL3 PIECE commented Capt W.W.HowellBRING "the migration began in the NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
1130s when Canada had more
trained persons than It could WHITE, COLORED OR
t BROTHER & SISTER THE absorb." But the trend came to

KIDS TO a standstill In 1958, he said, and STRIPED DRESS SHIRTS
SETS FORINFANTS I"by 1961 it became quite noti-
ceable that the situation was REGULAR COLLARS OR SNAP-TABS

j \j 1tIi reversing." SIZES 14 V2-17,32.34 SLEEVES

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; You seldom see chestnuts on an open fir but a party

i punch In a festive bowl has become as traditional at Christmas

1 time as the tree,the trimmings,and the bearded gentleman. .

; You'll find Sparkling Red Velvet Punch-served frosty cold over

I 7 jI : ice- the ideal refreshment whenever holiday guests gather.

'. Raspberry-flavored gelatin lightly laced with cranberry
i .. -h. : 'fulce and a touch of lemon gets a lively lift from chilled 7-Up.

N And be for*and after each salute Snowballs,made of angel food

( M' cake and coconut,whet yuletide appetites for more

j i 'I refreshment,more celebration,more good cheer.


)4 4 1 pecks: ;. ((3 or.) raspberry-flavored gelatin"
3 cups cranberry [JuIce .
K! 3 tlbl.spoonslemon Juice
12 bottler ((7 oxi each) 7-Up. chilled

.I' LIr R4 Dissolve'gelatin in 1 Ice cup cubes hot cranberry Juice. Add remaining,. cranberry Juice
and lemon Juice. Cool'slightly.Then add 7-Up and Ice cubes,
; Mafcei 23(4 0:.)urvlnfp.
4 1S
w .
t ,S Y 4t: + SNOWBALLS

;, ,, { 1 package ((15-1/2 or.) tngal food cake mix
+ 7-Up
'; 1 package ((13-1/2 or.) vanilla frosting mix
,Cf'1 p 4J 7-Up
', y L 4'gL y f Ia;, "'"'-'w Y,, "' 2 cant ((4 or each) flitted coconut '
'"' "' Prepare caVa mix according to package directions, substituting: 7-Up for the
t + { liquid. Cool Prepare frosting mix according to package direction, substituting
7-Up for the liquid. Break off small portions of the cake and roll lightly in
hands to form balls. Using 2 forks, toss balls in frosting then roll la coconut.
}'llJkubouU.l/ dozen tmatt tnotelallr.
Create your' own distinctly elegant, punch' bowl.Simply glue on ribbons of wAnt ruby-like j wets!" and ""crystal ttardreps.


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Jhe Christmas season spans America from Maine to

California at family suppers, neighborhood get-togethers,

and late evening parties. Whatever the occasion punch and pastries

' : -like Easy Holiday Pitcher Punch and Apricot Gems-herald

: a single theme. The rich fruit flavor of pineapple, pears;and

oranges Is delicately embellished with the sparkling taste of 7-Up

and dressed-up for the fun in gaily decorated glassware. '

Whether North South East West-or Christmas-the secrets of

success/ulholidayparty-PknnlngarelmagnationYourv /

;- special punchbowl and its very: special i cwiY sts.

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1 can ((6 Oz.) frozen pineapple /Juice ccncentnTe: ,undiluted '
: 1 can ((12 Oz.) pear nectar r
1 cup orange Juice '
i 7 bottles' (7 oz. each) 7-llp, chilled a t

Combine: pineapple concentrate, pear nectar and orange fines la a pitcher.
Slowly add 7-Up. -
ildkei about 12((8 ox.)servings


i 1 pound dried Iprta ,chcpped. ., .', r Ra., ;- f t
: 1/2 cup chopped candled cherries ,,, r,
.: 2 bottles (7 or each) 7-Up
i 1 cup chopped nut .
t 1 teaspoon vanilla .
I 1/2 cup butter ,
: 1/2 cup brown auger,firmly pack.d '. .,: '. .
: M/2 cups sifted flour. "xl '
! S 3 eggs > : ir V ": "
: 1. cup brown sugar,firmly.pecked-. '4. J t,p r '
: 1/4 cup tiffed flour ,' .' > r fy, ) "'+'t'
I : 1 teaspoon baking powder t
; 1/4 teaspoon lilt IuI- ktF
; 1 teaspoon vantUaCombme : _
apricots,cherries, and 7- fp. Cook nntfl tUdened, stirring occasion _
ally-Add nuts and vanilL. Set aside. Cream butter aDd sugar until light and
lull,.Add the 1-1/2 cops flour,mixing until mixture resembles coerw crumbs.
Stress firmly into bottom of wipeased 0113 tack pan. Bale at 350.degrees for n t
J5 minutes. Meanwhile, beat eggy until foemy. Cradaally'add 1 cup brown r,' ;" }
sugar beat until thklu Add 1/4 cup flour baking powder sail; and vanilla. 4 dS qdF. r
Spread apricot mixture then egg mixture over partially-baked crust Bake 20 : :'
Co Si minute more or Wd golden brown. Cool; cut into small Krnue*. Ifjesired. -
sprinkl 'with CClDlectfooerSavcu and garaiilt 'with candied
mer !Wves.
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., Cant put an the trtemlnp en the treel Add a few imiarlr ano.tol.' to the pftcr* of holMsf ......

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Yuletide I Cranberry Now Shipping


., Garden Club Party FrappeFor BOXES

each glass, allow 1 and
TODAY December 1) m. Miss Mary Ruth Hazen, heaping tablespoon of vanilla t -
Dinner to honor Mice Caroline and her mother, Mrs. Win- ''

NotesThe Set Today : Steckert and her fiance, fred Hazen Primrose Inn. Ice cream, and M cup of % 'UNUSUAL

John E. Hudson Jr., 7 pm., Rehearsal dinner for Miss cranberry juice. Beat with GIFTS

Miss Edith Pitts 1817 NW Mary Ruth Hazen and their an eggbeater until light and
:. December Corsage Workshop of the Gainesville Garden Dr. and Mri. Robert B. ,Seventh Place.WEDNESDAY ion, Ted Raymond Brown, ,

Club will be held on Wednesday, at the Guaranty Federal Mautz will entertain with a December II 7:30: pra., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond frothy. Serve it once. C.rtOlt, NAVEL. ORANGES, _. '
and Loan Room I pre holiday party this after. ,
Savings Association Community at am. Coffee feting Miss Betty W. Brown GainesvilleGolf SfE&USjGRAPJFRUlT- '
ahead to members will find the Camellia noon from 4 to. 7. o'clock at ,
January and
Looking Country Club Bedtime DELIV 'lErf. -
Pound, bride elect of Alvin StOrY'Once PROM $4-5 : ..
Flower Show set for the 9th and 10th of the month. For those their home In Klrkwood. Informal party to compliment "
Alsobrook, Mrs. L. K. Edwards JI.. .
twtrd :
f ". Mta
who have an interest along this line, now Is the time to be Invitations have been extended Miss Betty Pound and upon a time, blankets I.-
and Mrs. M. M. Par-
watching your favorite plants in preparation for the show. to member of Administrative her fiance Alvin Alsobrook, But W. Also Nose" 1).lux. I Boxu'
'rish, 10:30: a.m. to 12:30 p.m., were a major problem.
As we look forward to a great Nevi Year In gardening to Council and Assist-
1:30 and
: pjn. Dr. Mrs. S. A. !
at the Parrish bone 1024 the Introduction of
gether, let's not overlook ..fel1m our holiday plans.To ant Deans of the University Hussey and Mr. and Mrs, acrylicssuch "Just A Nice' Sunday'DrTve'
NE Street ::
Fourth :
make your Christmas tree and greens fire resistant; of Florida and their wives. Leo J. Thomas, 830 NW 23rd.IATVRD.Y as Creslan, which are To
try the following: Assisting Dean Mautz, vice THURSDAY, December'17 mildew proof and mothproof
((1)) Mix a solution of a gallon of warm water, I cup of boric president of the university and Luncheon complimenting Tea Miss changed this. Blanked no THE ORANGE ,SHOP

acid powder, and Itt cups borax In a basin or pail. Mrs. MauU In the courtes- 1 Miss Betty Pound, brideelectof Julie Cheves complimenting, fiancee of Wit.Dam longer have to be carefully .: "
((2)) Dip evergreen branches In solution and wet thoroughly. les will be: < Alvin Alsobrook, 12:30: p. N. wrapped and stored Instead Ciira Florida, ,:
Babcock Wythevllle, ...
When dry, they are safe, and pretty decorations., Mrs. James T. Hennessey, i m., Mri. J. Malcolm Alday .' :
., ((3)) Lessen the risk of a Christmas tree fire by spraying the Mrs. E. T. York Jr., Mrs. i and her daughter, Mrs. William Va., 130 to 4 p.m.. Miss they -can be left right on the t, 0. lox: 125 :

,tree with same solution In a vacuum cleaner sprayer, or a Thomas L. Martin Jr., Mrs. 1 George McCrea, Holiday Judy Brooke Spurlock, at the, latter'i MIll Kathryn borne -beds. __ __ I' .
1 spray gun.Merry Samuel P, Martin, Mrs. Frank Inn.Wedding.
Christmas and A Safe Holiday!11 I 1817 NW Sixth Avenue. '''
Maloney, Mrs. Stanley West,
of Miss Jean Carver Dinner honoring Miss Betty ;,, ,
EXECUTIVE BOARD: Garden Club Executive Board
memo Mrs. Kimball Wiles Mrs.
daughter of Mr.
Pound and her fiancee Alvin
bers will hold their December meeting Monday at I:30 a.m. Byron Holllnshead, Mrs. Don- Mrs. W. G. Carver of Lakeland .
Alsobrook Mr. and Mrs.
in the Community Room of the
Guaranty Federal Savingsand ald J..Hart and Mrs. Dennis
] and! heeler Burt E. Flnlejr Cannon Jr.,. Matt
Loan Building.
K. Stanley, who will presideat Chance, ion of Dr. and Mrs.
Cannon and Mr. and Mri
Circles will meet Thursday as follows with '
one exception. the serving table. '
Dean; Chance of Coconut
Camellia will meet on Tuesday evening. Newton Ebaugh and William Christmas :
AMARYLLIS. : Seasonal appointments will i Grove, I p.m., First University Bennett, at the Cannon home, prettiestfor
be used the house
Methodist Chun*. Reception
Members of the Amaryllis GLADIOLUS > 207 HE Ninth Avenue. .
with a decorated: tree placedIn '
following at the home of
Circle will meet at 2 p.m. it Gladiolus Circle will meetat the Florida room. Wedding of Min Caroline ,
Mrs. R. L. Johnson's the home of Mrs. Johnnie ;Rev and Mrs. Thaxton .
home The magnolia. tree by the Steckert, daughter of Mrs.Wiliam .
1247 SW 11th Avenue. From Braslngton, 409 SW 21st Avenue entrance to the MauU home Springfield. H. Steckert, and

there, they will go as a group for their Christmas Cowered will be decked with ChrIstmas I FRIDAY December IS John Evans Hudson Jr., ion
... ''to McIntosh to be the guests Dish Lunceheon. Co-hos lights. Bridesmaids luncheon hon of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hud- e)
of Mrs. W. W. Walkup. Mrs. tesses will\ be Mrs. R. W. oring Miss Caroline Steckert, ion I pm., Holy Trinity GItS
John W. Flowers and Mrs. Bradbury and! Mrs J, 1'. 1 bride-elect of John E. Hudson Episcopal Church. Reception

Jean 0. Mitchell will be co- Gammage Invitations Jr., Mrs. J. Watt KIrkpatrick following In the Patio Roomof
hostesses presenting the In addition to the covered and Mrs. John W. Kirkpat- the Hotel Thomas.
theme, "Christmas Inspira dish and a gift for exchange Issued For ,rick m Gainesville. Golf Wedding of Mils Mary t

tlons." ing, members are asked t o Holiday Dance and Country Club. Ruth flaxen, daughter ol Mr.

Members are reminded to bring hard holiday candy for ., Rehearsal dinner for Miss and Mri. Wlnired Ruin, and ".
bring potted plants as gifts the Cherrywood! Sunland Cot Invitations are being issued
for Sunland and gifts for tage. If any member cannot for a post Christmas dance, :son, John E. Hudson Jr., I:4Sp Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. .. ..
names pulled earlier In the attend the luncheon, she Ii Monday, December 28, from .m., Mr. and Mri. John E.. Brown or Mlddletown, Ohio

year. requested to send her candy 9 pm. until 1 a.m. at the Hudson, Banquet Room, Park 4 p m., Tint Baptist Church.

BEGONIA leave with some It with other Mrs member o r ,Gainesville Golf and Country Lane Cafeteria. Reception following\ at the Warm Comforhoble 1 1I ', 'COORDI
Tommy Club. Bridesmaids lunc eon .1 p. Alpha Delta PI House. "
Circle will NATIS'I
The Begonia Ridgell before Thursday.
Hosts for this annual holiday
have Jt', annual Christmas GLORIOSA party Include Jack May, I I She'll (ova our ;warns' <$<:nd

covered dish luncheon and Glorlosa Circle meets with :Fred Stock, Charles Pruitt I colorful matching or s e.
Jr. William B. Watson III, I porate slacks, sweQtr, I
gift exchange at the home of Mn. Jean P. Ahrano, 4040 ,
Ernest W, Burch Jr., George '.r and blous' They'll see
Mri. L. H. Thompson assisted SW Archer Road. Co-hoetess.
;':" Mri. Dennis Mason and es are Mrs. Archie Carr and C, Kirkpatrick Jr., La n c e her through wht' ,f style ,
Mrs. Gibbs Chestnut. The Lazonby Jr. and Capt. Frank Ishly.
Mri. Bennie T. Brasington. Program Is a Christmas Idea Yon ol Fort Knox, Ky. SPEQLSCJLSMON.
The program will be on Exchange. Preceding the dance, the ,
Growing Roses in our own eight hosts will entertain
Backyard presented by Mrs. HIBISCUS their dates with a dinner par. ONLY / );
Thursday at 9:30 am., \ty at the club.
W. D. Stephens at 10 a.m. Christmas Gift Exchange" -

CAMELLIA things grown or made especially
Mrs. Crevasse .
for Chrl.tmasat the
Members of Camellia C Ir- .
home of Mr. Flake Parker, :
cle will meet on Tuesday eve- 715 NE 7th Avenue Hostels. Heads DukeCommittee

.- ring at 7 pm. at Clover Cottage IS: Mrs. W. E. Williams, ..

-Sunland Training Cen Mri. J. B. Lackey and Mrs.

ter for their annual Chrlit- Ernest C. Rhodes. DURHAM, N. C. Mrs. :

mas party. HYDRANCEAHydrangea :Lamar Crevasse of Gainesville

Circle will meetat has been appointed r' .

,.". CARNATION the home of Mrs. Paul I !chairman of the Gainesville,
The Carnation Circle will Fla. Duke University Alumni '
frlerson, J027 NW 4th Ter ForGifts1NOr Your
.....' meet at I p.m,,at the home Admissions Committee. tNnln Plain or Fancy
race at I pm.: Members will Own ,, 'r
_ of Mri. Ol re .WllWS. 2830 .exchange Christmas/ glfti Mrs Crevasse if one of M
NW 11th Avenue.' The pro*" which they have made and j Duke allmnl throughout th e SWEATERSChristmas

gram will be "Exchanging which are appropriate to In-: United States whose appoint. s

Christmas Ideal for Beau" t ii. terula of the Garden CIob I 'menti to local alumni adml' I It coming' .
-ful Homo Decorations Each Mn. Peter dons committee chairmanships sweaters ore here to
:.::circle member li urged to be hostess Slrmopoului, j In their home trial Well-Tree and please, every I lady on the cy or Tailored
bring I Christmas decoration have been announced by Mrs. list. Select from Bob-
she has made JASMINE John M. GlUesple of Crews- MEAT PUTTERGIFT gift Brooks, Jontien. Majestic I LINGERIE
Co-hostessei for this meetIng Jasmine Clrclt'i ChristI I boro, N. C. and Jane I'WI. >
are Mrs. E. W. Robinson Party will be at the home of Mrs; Gllleiple if chairmanof on. of R. 1e ,. t /i her feminine love Ii.
and Mr., Gem Smith Mn. W. C. Evans, 2901 NW the Alumni Admissions Plae.r P.r 'si she'll love you for in

Uth Avenue, 1 Program and a member of the Cuetesn.. I lutiful gowns,' panties
CHRYSANTHEMUMMemberi Members are reminded 1 Duke University National $995 d I slips

of. Chrysanthemum this will be a vise exchange Circle will be the Each member li requested to all Duke alumni activity. $12.95 pl i
guests at the noon luncheon
bring a vase to exchange In Other Gainesville alumni
In the home of Mri. Ralph MON.ONLY. N
a Christmas wrapped box 10 i serving on the local committee
Cellon with Mri.. Roy Cellon, the box may be used again at are: Dr. Crevasse;,. Mr..
Mri. Marvin Elsmberg, Mri Chriitmai. Mrs. H. E. Buck. and Mrs. William L. Donlgan, Tbs. Week r
Glenn Hoffman, and M r a. Jr Is Leonard Powers Mrs. John
ley, co-hostess. .
Francli Myeri n co h o Itesses. B. Whitford and Dr. and Mrs, area Men.

LOTUS B. Joe Wilder f. 9 ease N
At the November meetingtht The traditional Christmas Committee duties Include 9 Pon a
Christmas Bauar wn workshop of the Lotus Circle representing the University at .fir
planned. Each member la to will be held at the home ofMri. College Day programs In local GIFT & BRIDE SHOT 2-Piece
make her Christmas ipecliVty L T Nieland, 411' NS: schools '
secondary conducting
Phone FR 2-8861 lOS NW 13th St
(food or decoration) and Third Avenue, at 10 am. personal! mtervliwi SUITS .

donate It to the Circle for re Members are requested t 0 with students applying for admission selection I ( f .
sale to other members. la bring whatever plant material to Duke undergraduate > w
In rwv
addition to the bazaar, a program suitable for wreath-making and +
colleges, providing c QI Bottfeut ,1 ; '
on Christmas decora- and other holiday decoration liaison with secondary
tons bat been planned. they may have Also scissors: school off iclala.' lesti g clippers, wire, and string will y.
DAISY be needed.

Memberi of the Daisy Orcle Lunchen win be served at ,... Until t P.M.
win have their meetingand noon with Mn. Henrietta A ."'. Dee XJr4
annual gift exchange at Cannon, and Mlai Martha WEAR'O.... I" t P.M.
the home of Mrs. Harold A. Taylor ai co-hoitesiei, WEAR and '
Johnson, ISM NS 13th Streetat Santa's pack
to begu"
Co hMteiiH will be Mri. The Mimosa Circle of the \
A. R. Brown and Mri. John Gainesville Garden Club will .

A. Withmgtoa. meet at T.JO:: pm. at the gateof
Committee report on the Sunland Training! Center to
Holiday Home Tour will b. decorate the cottage for

given Christmas Each member la remindedto 2 & 3 PIECE OUTFITS

DIANTHUS bring an ornament for the u5
The Dlanthui Circle Christmas tree, a window, or the rom. ,, Beautiful fashion for her Christmas! Outfits rsa I .;
Party will be held I' PALM 'I wonderfully adaptable in designs, color and fob- LAY-AWAY OR
the home of Mri. Lynn No-
land 10 NW 22nd Street it Palm Circle will meet a t rlcsl! To easily suit any girl's taste. Wools cottons tP
13:: at the hone of Mrs. R. : PERSONM CHARGE
':30 wn. There win be the C Burasrd 1601 NW 33th and knits to choose from ... you'll like them( and

usual exchange of Christmas Way Co-hostasi will be Mrs. II so will she!
gifts Mrt Ruth Johnson and

'Mn Georgia\ MlwU will is- Edward The program W. Hale win be I At Prices To Pl.an!

slat Mri. Noland. Christmas Wreathe Workshop .

DOGWOODThe with Mrs. James H. ,
Dogwood Circle will Smith. Members are reminde4 '
mtet at the home of Mri. to bring wire frames and ,
Fred Lauihon jr. 727 NX ith greens for the workshop

Avenue it 12JO: ,.m. for
luncheon. Members are reminded Circle will
nwet at 1pm.
to bring a Xmas Dec
at 101 NW End Drive
oration for Exchange with Mrs. J. V. D. Saunders 8 W. UNIV. AVE.u .
FOUNDERS as hostess, assisted by Mrs. 6.6056
At 1M p.m. the Founders D. J. Fhilyaw and Mrs. John SM the (vrerf Gift OPEN

Circle will meet at the home Booth. Memben will parltdj j srresw.er. ..T..I
-= of Mn. Ralph J. Hayes, Rocky pate hi the Christmas Workshop foe Gift Wrapping Us. Le.A.., e. Centre aerie 9 A.M. TO

.. Point Road, for a program for Sunland directed by
oa Decorating for the Ho IN I Mrs Donald Cowden M rs. Free Perlfof 9 P.R UNTILCHRISTMAS ..
. days with material from the Walter Probtrt and Mri LEBBYE'S Let Fine

.'. garden. Mrs. J. Ford Rousseau Raymond Crist Thrrt will bea R
will be hostess with White Elephant Sale following .1- NEXT TO FLORIDA THEATRE
_ Mn. Hayea the meeting. i

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CIY 's..flolidQY Tour Continues This Afternoon

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R:.4)'+ It4t i.u i. Second day of the annual

Holiday Tour of the Gainesville .
Garden Club will be held
'" ; .' from 2 until 8 o'clock this
T .f.

: M< Opening yesterday, the annual .
tour Included four homes -
4 and the Iona Chapel of
the Frlst Presbyterian

Church.An .

unusual display at the
home of Mrs. D. A. Davies
221 NW Fourth Place: which
followed the theme "An Oriental
\ Christmas," was the
exhibition of a costume and
headdress of an ancient Chinese

Empress Dowager.The .

gown, Intricately stitched
In KOMU and aim embroidered (
31M and the pearl h e a d-
dress were loaned by Mrs. E.
? Fin It'Y Cannon Jr. from her
Making; decorations for one of the Holiday Tour Houses, which will be open Chinese Collection.
to the public this afternoon are, left to right Mrs. D. S. Fagan Mr*. Jack W. M
Williams, Mrs. E. A. Craig: and Mri. Ray Brown members of the Daisy Cir Gowns worn by the hostesses -
cle. These four Garden Club workers were among: many who spent last week IIIJ during the two day tour
preparing: the artistic effects for three homes and the lona Chapel of the : also belong to Mri. Cannon,
First Presbyterian Church who lived In Peking with her
c; parents. Col. and Mrs. Rob
I Coast, her rose garden consists lid ert G. Sherrard until she was
To Attend City Meetinq of 250 plants of 150 va four yeari old.
Tickets are one dollar for
Mrs. G. F. Lampkin Di- and Loan Association Community rieties. 4L
adults and fifty cent f 0 rtudents.
rector of the Deep South Room. Dr. Howard Miller plant .
District Rose Society will be Mrs. Lampkin Is an accredited pathologist at the University $ ) Proceeds from the tour this

an honored guest at the Judge of the American of Florida, will present a program year as In past years, will be
Gainesville Rose Socl sty Rose Society. At her home in entitled, "R ass Dis turned In to the Garden Cen
meeting slated for Tuesday at Palm Sola Bay near Braden- eases." ter Fund established by the
pro.! .at Guaranty Federal ton, on the Florida West 1c 1' organization.GIFTCERTIFICATE.
Hostesses will be Mrs. B. E. '" 01.-- -_ .._ .
Nadeau and Mrs. 0. C. Reulke. "An Old English Christmas"/ I III the theme for Theme for the decor at the home of !Mr. and Mrs.
Li Gift Idea the home of Mr. and 1\Irl. John R. Harrison, whose Flake Parker I 114 "The Nativity" with a IIre."I:..
\ doorway U pictured above The Onlay/ Circle, under cm'he. pictured above, arranged In the living room.
All persons Interested in the direction of 1\lr8. Fred II. .Arnold hilt designedand MM. II. N. Miller It chairman of the Hibiscus' Circle
roses are Invited. decorated the home in traditional fashion. committee decorating: the Parker home. FOR '
r; p
f f Scholfield ReceptionTn i

Tea Compliments Bride-to-be ,

:: WALL .Honor. -. Couple

MANTEL Colon of white and pink 1 Carl Opp Introduced gueststo Miss Bergman and her
Mr and Mri. Frrd Sc hot- Hocrncr of Cleveland who
used In the
ALARMSEE were appoint- the receiving line which mother were presented corsages
field of Alachua and formerly will arrive
ments for a tea given Saturday Included the honoree her Monday
OUR LARGE DISPLAY afternoon to complimentMiss mother Mrs. Paul Bergman, of roses and carnations of Gainesville are issuing Mrs. Hocrncr will he remembered
HOUSEWARES DEPT. nona Bergman, whose and the hostess trio. by the hostess, who also Invitations for a reception n the former
marriage to Joseph Ernest C a r n a lions, chrysanthemums give a gift of silver to honoring their daughter, Mrs Miss "Bunny" Scholfleld.
Parker of Cocoa Beach will and camellias were the bride-elect Frledrleh Hocrncr and Mr [
...M l This ii the first visit home
I3f1IRJ) ... aaaj
be an event of January 2 at combined for the centerpieceof _,.d..h wlwd y
St. Augustine Chapel. the serving table. for the couple since their

llazM Hostesses for the pre nuptial Mrs Gerhard Freund, Mrs. Pre-Nuptial Parties marriage August: 1 In Cleve- ...-. --
ComaMg party were Mrs. F W. J. Martine Pearce and Mri. land. .
Douglas 101 r.. Frank U. Charles E. Rich poured coffee The reception, which will )
ffcEE mRKlNO ON TOWER LOT Greer and Mrs. W. A. Lit and Mrs Robert Quid.I be given from 1 to 7 pm.,
tle, who entertained at the Ice, Mrs. W Erwin Clayton Fete Miss PoundTo will take place at the Scholfletd' -
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE j Douglas home. Mrs. Richard Schmidt and farm home, "Winter- prtttittt own wrappingIn ,
THE STORE Greeting guests at the door Mrs. J. E. Ether poured tea. compliment Mill Betty Earl: Towers, Mrs Edwin W. act," on Burnetti Lake Road,
were Mrs. Lewis Stewart, Assisting In the hospitalities Pound, bride-to.be of Alvin Peck and her daughter, Mrs Alathua
HARDWARE STORE Mrs. Robert Myers, M r I. were Mrs. Robert Barn- Alsobrook a luncheon wan Terrell Davidson of Clear. franklin'srfowtt
: William Reynolds and Mrs. hard, Mrs. C. T. Montgomery given Saturday afternoon at t water
Leo Bessette. Mrs. J. M. Perkins, the Gainesville Golf and Carnation, snapdragons, Bridal\ ,Customs ) &
Mrs. George Holsc huh Mrs. Charles Llpplodt and Country Club.Hostesses and chrysanthemum, with a
Mrs. Glenn Farrls and Mrs. Mrs. Silver n! a bridal tradition mouege !1bop"fSi"w
Thomas Elder. Included Mri, touch of holly formed the ill
white arrangement centering data from indent Egypt Until 1 PM Tk'. D... 11
Ship Now..a the luncheon table, where the happy twosome broke i Unix A>.. Pa 1-HOf
50th Anniversary places were marked fur the silver coin and each kept haU Free Parking' Rear of Store
WeddingPlans following/ gueit: at a symbol of their unity,

ORANGE r ,.eyie; The honoree, her mother
Mrs. C. Addlimn Pound Jr
her grandmother/ Mri. C. !
GIFT Addison Pound Sr., Mrs.
t Harry Duncan, Mrs. W. C.
% O'Neil, Mrs. Crier Klrtput-
BASKETS rick Mrs. Hen 0. Franklin, ;
.i Mrs. !S, T. Dell, Mrs. W. A.Shlnds .
Listed Mrs. Wilier Wll-J
ORANGES KUMQUATS GRAPEFRUITs llama, Mrs. Lathilfl Davis r Proofs beneath the tree
Mrs. Harwnod Dolbei re ,
Miss Mildred Caroline Sleek- t Mrs. Percy Beard, Mrs J. i tint_ ,ou'.. already p .*l for lift portraits we
Display MIKE'S NEWS ert, daughter of Mrs. William N. Anderson, Mrs. Harold emnnl promise deliver before ChrUlnui. We ean
end Place AND BOOKSTORE H. Steckert, and John Certner, Mrs. Jerry Felder, I promise fnirnilhln Just M |frt tI.1 l amt perh.PIIomn
Evans Hudson Jr., ion of Mrs. Nash Doughlle, Mri. ,. wnuniinl. lor thM someone apm.UI) on your
Orders At: 116 SE. ht St. 0' Ph. FR 6.3615 Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hud- James Felber, Miss Helen li.l, sins P oof. Inc ChrMnuM.Let lh." 'h.._ their! '

ion, are announcing plans for I Graham, Mlis Jan Jord e n, favorite' pose fur later drlivtt y.
nuptials, which will take Mils Delia Adkins, Mill
Brice Orange Groves place Saturday at 2 p. m. e ..g3s Cathy Pierce and Miss Terry
In the Holy Trinity Episcopal
[BOX.27 GAINESVILLE. FLA. Church, Rev. Eugene E. Davock.Mill Pound wis presented c tii)

Ruyle will be the officiating a corsage of while carnation TlMl 1tw.tJMl1J./ ilIA f>tIWIi1f"J.
minister.A .
and her mother and (rind
reception will fellow I
mother were presented
the ceremony In the Patio peppermint Phone
Room of the Hotel Thomas. corsages.
FR 6.5323
Thursday Mr and
Bridal attendant will be ,4h
-r Mrs. Percy Beard and their
Mill Jan Ellen Hudson, sister 821 N.W.
1 / 1 i 3 # ri'Ta ion. David Beard, entertained -
of the bridegroom, Junior -
with a dinner at their 13th Street
bridesmaid; Mrs. E. J.
home Mm Pound
i Whitley Jr., matron of honor lL '5. rrnorlng
and M rl. Frederick C c' and Mr.,-Alsobroi. -.- _. -
Bammait III, bridesmatron. Mr. and) Mrs. : A.

Mr. Hudson will have bit Pole, above, were feted
l brother William S. H u d- with a reception honor. FOR DISTINCTIVE ;
/ ion ae best man and hit
/ younger brother Richard Hud- Ing their Fiftieth wed-

son Edward J. Whitley Jr. dint anniversary given
% r l and Glenn R. Hudson as usher
*. at the Alachim JUtho-

This evening at 7 p. m. dial Church fat Sunday.One .
Mill Edith Plats will enter hundred fifty
tain with a dinner at her
I guests called during the I
I home complimenting Mill -
I.. a...s 0A.vier raw./ I10e "........-. Steckert and Mr. Hudton.- afternoon.- I I
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THE DELIGHT In receiving a fine Parker pen i It M rEwa..

experienced over and over again each time In CHRISTMAS
proud owner pn i note or *gas his name with
a flournh. He'tt remember thai you chow hit gift, SUGGESTIONS
with care and with the atturance thai Parker pert 1..It e
f represents the finest In quality and workmaruhip. BLOUSES $4. to 7.50 For qucrliry glfft that will be remembered

.. The UemarUble Parker 61 the pen hat fill ...... "_ tee our fascinating array of truly dutinc
live gift su3 esHona. Take advantage, too
itself M lealproof and shockproof M i pm SWEATERS $6. to $10 ,1 of our widely renowned gift wrapping and
iI i
can be! HANDBAGS $5 to $27.50 1 convenient mailing terv et. Open until

A The Parker Vf(Very PenoM*) Pee .e writing SLACK SETS tiIII $20. Sold .tp. iIkitse. 9pm.

angle can be KI 10 nut your perxxwl Mvta. A..... baser. 1s.q $_It.L.a. FOR THOSE WHO tARE .
The Award-Winning. Paler 51 cherished by I c..* .' "'".' *
iruldom around the world lOt 1a lawless, ftilomante. 4 SHIFTS$10.95 to $45.50 i,

; .Each fine Parker pen It beautiMy fyMxMed, GIFTS $2. to $27.00

: and may be had with a matching pencil gw i SWEATERS $20. to $2S.
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Woman's ClubsTo Gatrell-Baxley -I

I rii- Plans ToldFAIRFIELD
a Nuptial
Treat ] tmaItUa s

i -Plans have Gina Whiddon and Mill I THE FAVORITE SPOT
been announced today for Lynda Brown, both of Gainesville ltot TOWN TO
Members of the Gainesville ; .
the marriage of Miss San- as bridesmaids.Clark LUNCH.
1 Woman's Club and Jun- will dra Lee Gatrell. daughter of Whiddon' will serve '06 W. UNIViIl. liVE.
ior Woman's Club will com- best man."
ing Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Don- the bridegroom as
bine their talents to presentthe ald Catrell of Fairfield, to Ushers will be Allison Folds,
annual Christmas party hl Milton Hargraves Bailey, Rudolph Gartner, Jimmy
for their children and grand II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weir, Scott Dansby and Griffith
children Wednesday from 4 Hargraves Baxley of McSwine of Gainesville.
to S p.m. I : Gainesville.The Friends and relatives are
The clubhouse will be transformed wedding win be an invited to attend. .
!into a Christmas .. .. .'C'r.'C"f'C'Cloc'C'C'C'I'I'C. ""'C"I\:
4 :
event of Saturday, at p.m. r. -111'11II-.1
Wonderland complete withIII" da", at the Fairfield Presbyterian \ ADD NEW ENERGY AND ENJOYMENT i
Church.A .
SUISTAITS ment l reception wM follow the TO GOLF WITH A GIFT OF 2A
ceremony at Reddick Community
DIIC.Ti2 Center. y "HUSH PUPPIES" Comfort i
gift Attending the bride
Poises Scotch PiM her sister, Miss Donna !
Native Cedar Sue Gatrell who will serveas I-
<< All Slu*- _._.. rrk* boy Frances McAuley, Miss Sharon -
James Stadelman III will take
Freimuth of Reddick, Miss
with a luncheon Thursday. Wi
COMMUNITYMETH. Florida, la pictured above with i 4ktrv /
CHURCH ert 1 Mrs. William D. Macdonald. Local j 0' 5sr

SIC N.W. Ur4 ......... Club
Given :

Mrs. in the living room. Family ww.
Jam The wedding of Miss Knopf e
Joseph daughter of Or. and Mrs. William "
G. Wil 'tI
C. Knopf of Coral Cables HonoredDr. "-
nts em- and formerly of Gainesville w
riS1h wand and Mr. Stadelman son and Mrs. Ignacio Gar :
carna of Mrs. Harold Maier of Fort cia Bengachea who became :
I If in Lauderdale will take place citizens of the United States
Ir f as the December 23 In the Church of early last week, were honored
the Little Flower in Coral Ga with an Informal coffee by I
\1 was Dr. and Mrs. J. B. White.
the hall bles.A reception at the Rlverla The party was given at the
used Country Club will follow. White home immediately following II
Avenue'I the naturalization ceremony

o o Ing.About at the Federal Build- h"A

30 friends attend e d
it cool and
I Play
.! both the ceremony and.infor t
mal party.A comfortable
natural wood fan from i Hush a
Purses Japan formed the center- Hush Puppies! golf shoes can play' the tough ltir'A'
,.,. piece for the coffee table, I Breathin'est course Brushed md come Pigskin out looking pumps good in n fresh new., .-,r
which laid with obi e.urNi. muouo
was an
air, leaves feet comfort
i your conditioned. .nasoi tc.luas
Lingerie runner. Micro-cellular, crepe soles keen you light-
I The Bengacheas, form er footed beyond eighteen. Clean with quick
I by Henson and resident of Havanna, have stains brushing.and Specially loll.M.'s, tanned to resist water,
I Kfckemick \ five children, Ignacio Car I

I : men, Elena George and Pe & Lodi.s Sizes $12. $14.

Fownes \ ter.Dr.. Bengachea, now a consulting I B-L Shoe Dept.

j Gloves Crow and engineer Eldness with, form Bla erly ck, ''..,.... : ....,.' ""

:) Kid in AllLengths \ : worked for the firm In Ha- f l;: '' <::...
Including vanna. He received his Ph.D. .
Formal degree in sanitary engineerIng : :l l. :
Lengths. to from the University o f ,, 'i'.1. ...,
I from $6.95 Florida In 1963. : .h ; .

: ,\ ., 4t. itaI WfiH\ MON /i"
\ CostumeJewelry p Let ,.: atoe.ea carts a.y
I Us Know 1! ;;:, = MAM noes, ..ry -

I If you are planning a holiday I:, ...;.- ..",
party or expecting out I Iof
I town guests for the- YuleI I y! GIFT CERTIFICATES IN ANY SIZE
All J '! l tide Season, please keep the I f USE YOUR CHARGE
Weather Sun potted. Send us the Information =
of by mall or call the =
Coats Women's Department, 8-1411, = WRAPPING

It we.en.v a.m. and 4 p.m. wansnaanananantwwaanenataanarenwsanaana.ntnsanssanasanasar_._....
f In silk shantung, wool, -- -
by doeron Shtarbrooke polytittr. Milliard Crawford Jr. Zlwt tCI( 1Q1Q : w

ffj \\ Lovely I ., Are At Belk-Llndsey'a Cosmetic Dept..
Gift \ for the brl de''
Wrapping Grace were Mrs. Joe Norman of !
I) I Ralford, matron of honor; .
LAN No Mrs. John Martin of Lake NEW. .
I Mil Butler
and Mrs. G e r a Id ,
Dr. Langford of Lubbock Texas,
2 White
7 Wilt University n n. brldesmatrona, both sistersof = Shoulders
dist Church. ___ _II The bride Is the daughter of the bride. .
I Mrs. William Franklin WI nn Hoke Smith was best man products--
of Lake Butler and the late and Aaron Davis J. Thomas ,
Lichter's IsHeadquarters Mr. Wlnn. Atkins and John Robert When I
The bridegroom Is the son were ushers.
For of Mrs. Thomas HUll a rd The couple has establisheda I ,,. the ultimate
Crawford Sr. of Jacksonvilleand home at T12I Ponce d e
the late Mr. Crawford. Leon Avenue In Jacksonville. i. t;, f i1 in luxury

i-v and elegance. ,

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saint 10 pnttytJumper, waihabl .., Bath Drops 33.so-3630 ;, S y,,...., t i.I i.
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Sunday, December 13, 1964 Goinesvill Sun SC

Junior Assembly Dance ---T

Christmas Ball of the Junior University Avenue, from. t A The magicof
Assembly will be given until 10:30: p.m.
for daughters and sons ot An Open House for parent the Orient

members The annual December 11 members will be held 1li!: captured In -
holiday party 1
from S until ( p.m., with
Is scheduled at the Gainesville Mrs. Don Williams serving as
Woman's Club, West hostess.
.... ..rre+awe a..........aMre..+eww+aur.arK crwtra .-

'' ....
i ORNAMENTS Slippers

I From Far-Awoy Lands I"I"I 4f
\: 1 aMISS HARDWARE features
'\I, 'I Christmas ornaments that people .
MARILYN JO McCALL x have not seen for years
Mist Linda Lee WardMcCallWiles Miss Florence Anne Deck while others have never thrill. =

: .d at seeing them at ail ry'r
t I DeckHesterMIAMI .10 Be Different 3I 1 'rs

1 Decorate your tree with o i 1'0'
1i i Mr. and Mr. ida State University in Tal Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Deck Stephens College, Columbia : touch of the olden days. 2J ..
; Alexander Charles McCall of lahassee. She Is a member
i announce the engagement of Mo., where she was a member
Miami have announced the of Zeta Tau Alpha Set i
their daughter Miss Florence of Eta Epsilon Gamma f
bethrothal and approaching The bridegroom elect was C Apple Lites Grape Lltes. Pear i rj : lUCK AND
marriage ot their daughter, graduated from P. K. Anne Deck, to James sorority She attended F1 I o n. r / Lites Jewel Lites, Poinsettia 2 MING ILUE
/ Miss Marilyn Jo McCall, to Yonge High School and Flor. Edward Hester, son ot Mr. Ida State University, where 2 Lites Cookie Lites Icicle 2
David Kimball Wiles, son of ida State University. Ha is and Mrs. U. F. Hester of she was named to the Dean's I Lites Ginger Bread Boy Lites. SIZES 4 to 10 $600
Dr. and Mrs. Kimball Wiles now attending graduateschool Alachua. List Miss Deck is presently ''I" Bird Lites, etc. AAt,1
t of Gainesville.The in the School of Education I I
employed at the University of I USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
wedding will be solemnized of the University of The bride elect was graduated FEATURED ONLY AT -
December 31 at the Florida. His fraternity is Del from P. K. Yo n g. Florida. w OPEN TIL 9 P.M. TIL CHRISTMAS

Shenandoah Presbyterian ta Tau Delta. High School and attended The bridegroom elect was
Church of Miami. Mr. Wiles, a second lieu graduated from Santa F I !1iMIH1.eeuuui.. i.
r The bride to be, a tenant in the U. S. Army High School and is presently
i graduate! of Miami Senior i Reserve, will report for active Faculty Club serving with the U. S. Air PAGAN'SB.OOTERY
High School attended F 1 0.. duty January 8.I' Force stationed at Custar I lit 1Itld 2 M eNNf1'lI'1 .
Holiday Buffet Air Force Station, M I c h.
Mr. Hester Is also a junior 5 "JlffhEEFWRMNG: ON TOWER LOT
: WardJonesThe UF Faculty Club has scheduled 4 ollege student Kellogg College,
Christmas Family Buffet J In Battle Creek, Mich. jj USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGES
engagement and place December 19 at 8 dinner Thursday, from tp .
ap p.m.
i 102 AVE. ,.
wedding for
proaching marriage of Miss: at the Seventh Day Adventist .m. to I p.m. at the clubhouse planned
i THAN! JUST A HARDWARI STORIlllkkkklOkkkfckkkkhllkkllllhllllkkkllfcllkkllkkkkkkkkkM
Linda Lee Ward, daughter of Church. West Newberry Road. May in the First Methodist. i! Fret Parking on lit Federal Lot.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Kid Miss Ward attended schools Dr. George Wolff, chairman Church. !.i I
well Sr., and George Jones, In Takoma Park, Md., and of program committee, is in -
son of Mr. and Mrs C. V. was graduated from Gainesville charge of special program of
Jones of Bell, Fla., is announced High SchoolMr. music and entertainment. 2.-1jM1
today by the bride- Jones attended schoolsin
ends the
elect's parents. Trenton and Bell, Fla., and party '
I' The marriage will take was graduated from Trent o n The Club will reopen ,,,. .a .., STORE HOURSt 9 AM 10) PM 1'w
High School. Monday, January 11. Mme.
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araK aR ara e+[ [l[+[Vra'eYra+[a4 irar f fK4 a+1 a l+r+a+PPiM+eq.f-"
CogswellGeiger otii

i OPEN 'TIL 9 P.M. 1516 I

.j i I
engagement and approaching K oa+rsa .. Christ
marriage of Miss Mildred DON'T GET CAUGHT THIS ?a.ss sHOrr O

; Bess Cogswell daughter of

Mr.Gull and Hammock Mrs. John and Swilleyof James y i CHRISTMAS WITH A II

R. Cogswell Lubbock, Texas .
to Donald Lee Geiger otWBHston y
eon of Mrs. Milton "
Ely, North Collins N.Y.. I WON'T WORK. Yot1r1c1
ndUH. Geiger of Gull 0 C
Hammock, Is announced to- Clean lens make a clear picture. Be sure
day. I your camera rids ample batttries and film. fOR EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST
The wedding will take 'II r
place December 19 at 2 p.m. : nn'n, FREE rVIII
in the First Methodist Churchof J CAMERA

The Bronson.bride elect was grad "I INSPECTION A Got Time for a :N !

uated from Cblefland High
School and attended Central USI SHAGGY SWEATER STORY?
Junior College In I YOUR rt
Ocala for two ,ears. She ta I -<- CENTRAL P
now a student at Martha i CHARGE
Berry College, Rome, Ca.
Mr. Geiger was graduated :
from Wtlllston High SchooL I Complete Line .f Photographic Supplies VAN HeUSEN'
He la now employed by the r '
In Wil- i >
Container Corporation t ltI

llston.No invitations will be sent I ChristmasGreetings .F

locally and all friends of the :! j 100% ALPACA
couple are Invited to attend I ; r
the wedding and reception, i
which will follow at the home I r I If
of the bride in Gulf Ham I SHAGGY COAT SWEATER
mock. I **

f Free Parking Trained Staff I
Yuletide I Ar from TOHelp

Charm I unl.y Bank Let You i
j Q-- 10.95
SuggestionsHere I i ROY N. GREEN i
are several new' Ideas I
from Yardley ot London to !: His W. Uni,. FR 2-4656 : d

give your Christmas ..utheni.i. ......""...".',.'Jt'Jt.." It w>.**> *> > >vr war 4 ..
tic colonial charm. Whether
live in a salt.box colonialor
you a glass walled skyscraper I t, Mw'GiIFT This Year's Sweater Story Is Simple The

the tradition and romance I Shaggy Look Is In. Loojt Your Fashion Best ;
of Christmas of long ago
can be recreated: I S I In This Handsome 6 Button Shaggy Coat

Rub your red holiday can Sweater of 100% Alpaca Wool. Smart. it
water. As the F I
dles with toilet I .
candles burn, the gentle ,4 r1'dll a Smooth and Impressively Elegant. .

warmth will release the underscoring romantic I Sizes, Small, Medium, Large and Extra Lore
I r a g r a a e e I
the festive air. I I COLORS: Leather tones, green, brown, grew,
Sprinkle your Christmas
tree with the newest, most p burgundy.
) '
exciting version of snow. I j
Bath salts not only add frosty
glitter, but also! scent your ,
free with the added fragrance 1 SewMf Gifts .
of flowers. Choose a WiufcheonDms '
color and fragrance to harmonize Fermi I Tho Shaggy Look in a
with your living room I .. Line "
decor. of 1 Ca lenders 'Z CLASSIC PULLOVER Too! '
For a delightful 'v
foolery, spray your artificial 'Yr
flower arrangement wits teim r sp.rkhle' IN CLEAR BRIGHT PASTEL TONES
mist and confuse everyone. ..v Arrey Of
A whimsical note to please Fennel 50% Worsted Wool and 50% Mohair +
bath your salts guests Into: Sprinkle your glass some Ir" Gives It the Long-Haired, Brushed Look r'

container ol cotton putts It Give Her A So Soft & Smooth Dressy V Neck.

the will snow look,like captured moonlight ta a Jar.en i a 1 GILBERG'SGift -4 rMLWhitf: Grey, Green 15.95

Even your youngest ewdm > I II
holiday h ,
should share to
preparations. Ch* them CertificateI I !!

a pair ol pinking shears and A _Plenty _of
some colorful green felt ereonsundton Shill Love It!
paper llut' an ; FREEPARKING

shape they American need of Christmas place to make mats trees.Early to the EE,t Give a Bclk-Lindscy GIFT CERTIFICATE

Make colorful and aromatic Most Fitting Gift Available In Any Amount
tree decoration with Yard Glf*
ley's Individual guest sise .r G.w..yarear. a
soap. Already brightly wrapped ..r.rti. iWRM>PlHG i. Central Charge B-L Chargc-Layaway .
each el the nx small y'
cakes to the Assorted Soap ,, *'" \k.

pretty Chest ribbon needs only to be a ready loop for rf 1W W.UNfVIlSiT YAVIHUI Ft 2-2721 "- ..;' ,"'; ,kl p '.

the tree .


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rfC Gainesville| Sun Sunder, Dec.rber II, 1964.

1\\ \ Con Make Gifts, GadgetsHoliday /If/ It's Cold . Journalism Class Stays 'On the Job'A Quality Mark I t ,,'

school vacation i package lie ons. it gives group of senior Journal the Gainesville Sun to get out other session with the newspaper
can be wearing to the mother easy directions for making ism students may be tw only the "Huricana Dora" editionof Instead of an exam. 'The word "sterling"on any ;
suddenly beselged b y whimsical animals, droll class at the University of the daily newspaper even Members of the Journalism piece of silver flatware !Is a .
youngsters wondering "Whatcan trolls, Indian Kachlna dolls, Florida who met class the though classes were suspended class, which helped to pro
I do. ,T"A totem polos, bird mobiles, r+ y, C .nmt t tw first Thursday and the last by the University Presi duce the Sun on Tuesdaysand guarantee of quality and durability \
new booklet, "Flowers,, napkin holders and trivets Thursday of the fall trimes dent. Thursday Included Ann By law sterling silver t
Gifts and Gadgets," publishedby The simple, Inexpensive Ingredients ter.Eleven No classes met at the University Carter, Bennie Cason, Don flatware must be KS parts I
Kimberly Clark Corporation are buttons, beads, student reporters, of Florida Thursday Davis, Carl Fabry Grace 1
either under the University's Knight, Stan Kulp, Walker silver and 7S parti other
will keep youngsters wire coat hangers, Kleenex under the supervision of ProtoHugh
busy and happy creating holIday tissues, poster paints and pipe ., Cunningham, braved new plan to give the final two Lundy, Charlie Reid, Pan metal usually copper added
decorations, gifts, and cleaners. wind, rain and ailing treesto days off for exam preparation. Robinson, Pat Wilkinson, and hardness. I J
I .1 I reach Die. newsroom of But the class chose an- Steve Vaughn. for .. }
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You Will Bo Pleased 4 Ii I2....J j/ 4 Ir" ...the itore for fine greeting eerdseA

With Electrolysis ,
<; I

Why put up with a problem when It ; A '
con M ,Hmln, ,tad forever without much time
and effort) You'll spend more time and cash and y
with than when Christmu I* a time tot remembering And sometimes aGirutoM
worry temporary measures
make up your mind to call Edmund Dwyer, skilled you l card the only link In a chaIn of frlcndjhlp that
electrologist He will/ gladly e.pl.,ln the way electrolysis a miles and time have wetkened Lie a magic knttrn,Chriie.!
\ anal cuds receive CM conjure up picture of people and
works Do not delay, call tomorrow!I'r. you
4rs. John K. Wood models the latest of her
.. ,, baven'c la
loot' 'On *g i places you lICit yeas
creation-a "Snootla" Mrs. Wood has been knit
EDMUND DWYER ting and crocheting the tiny woolen nose protector Hut's tttif the Chrtstmu cards you choose to represent row
ELECTROLOGIST as Christmas gifts for her Northern friends.! When / In the homes el friends and family should be MltcttJ mon
107 W. University Ave. FR 2-8039 It turns cold again In Central Florida, the "Snootie"may cutfully. la our wonderfully varied collection/ of quality
be a very handy item to have on your nose. HaOnuub designs )'O'I'lIlln<1 a card perfectly suited to be
your personal messenger of good will and good taste, And
t wyr Lei ,af when your Hallmark cards arrive, vou on be surf. putt
SHOP friends will be glad you remembered.
Bridge 1
"The Christmas Store"


Mrs E. C. Kirkland and 9 'TIL 9 EQUIPMENT CO. INC.

4 Nku, Mrs. W. D. Macdonald tied ,
with Dr. and Mrs.E.B.Wood- DEC.
ward for top honors In the 24th 106 W. UNIVERSITY AVI. FR 2-8421

monthly master point game of _. __ .
q' n' .
Club -
w the Gainesville Bridge on

i yy.iR Wednesday match points.evening There with were eleven 139 2 HOURS FREE PARKING OLD CITIZENS BANK LOT!
and one half tables In play

\ I IJ for North and those the.average South playing pairs score East was for West 120 all;, 'IT'S ) ; FOR GIFTS FOR THE HOME!

110. '''
Mrs. H. L. Gray and Mrs.L. 1/f
J E. Grinter came In third (WILSON'S GIFTS WRAPPED FREE!) .
North South with 137, and
fourth place went to Mrs. E.
N. Edris and Mn.R.A. Stafford
)fro and Mrs. R. N. Livingston
led the East West field
with 12IV4. Other winners In PINK,. BLUE, YELLOW, WHITE, GOLD OR BLACK ,
this direction included Mrs.
\ A. Foote With IMVi Van A. ,
LOOK FOR LETTERS TO SANTA May and Rufus Heath Jr. .. '
EVERY DAY 'TIL CHRISTMAS IN THE with 122, and Mrs. J. F. BATH TOWELS, 24"x45", / .i'.L99_ J
Wharton and Mrs. W. E. '

(RhuUiR %im Clardy The club with will 117'hold. Its next HAND TOWELS, 16"x27", e 1.29 .

1 \ game at at the 7 M Recreation tomorrow Center.evening WASH CLOTHS, 11" x 12", . ."59c

Visitors are Invited.r .
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Circles* Danburas- Host for- -Alnhn--r, ..- Ch- ..! AlumnaeMrs. Party- !

MONDAY, December li home, 823 NW Tenth Avenue. Alpull Christmas| uu Omega came early alumnae for collected to the over holiday the decor.years, added added to the typical Christ grade pupils of Mrs. Wile BoUes, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Lee, Mr and Mrs
St. Patrick's ChurchSt. I First Lutheran Church and their husbands at their annual mat scene. liams. Briscoe, Dr. and Mrs. Tho Arnold Matthews, Mr. and
A winter Punch
scene In was by Mrs.
Jude's Circle, I p.m., I Lutheran Women's Missionary yuletide dinner party recently and white green Robert BoUes proceeding the Impromptu Entertainment mas Brill, Mr, and Mn. Car Mrs. Charles Palmour, Mrs.
.Mrs. Art hur Catotti, 2828 League, Rachel Circle, 7 pm., at the home of the Russell was painted on buffet dinner. After dinner, Christmas music son, Mr and Mrs. Richard T. Frances Rton, Miss Doris
Road. Potluck Danburgs,Clear Lake.A the mirror over the living
supper Mrs. Cliff The hostess committee Included with Mr. Danburg at Conard,Mr, and Mrs. George Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Slant
TUESDAY, December K Lofgren, 1321 NW 31st Drive. lighted Christmas tree room fireplace. A small fir Mrs. Danburg, Mrs. the piano, Dr. Robert Carson Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. A. on, Mr and Mrs. T. W. Wit
St. Patrick's Chunk marked the shore of the tree, trimmed with I
lake. tiny violinist, and Riki Dan-
!Methodist Church Bolles, Mrs. R.
Trinity C. Stanton
Frank Green, Mr. and !Mrs. Hams, Mr and Mrs. A.
Holy Name Society, I pm., Candles In Chistmas holders gold balls, a lighted tree burg guitarist, provided
Women's Society of Christian Mrs. A. R Williams Jr.,
W. Hunter Mr and
Parish Hall of George Williams,Mr. and Mrs. W. a
Service, S p.m., Francis P. sprays holly, and treasured in the Florida room, and a and Mrs. A. B. Briscoe. Name Impromptu entertainment.
Christmas Mrs. E. Rulfln Jones, Mr. and Wilson, and Mrs. J. H. Boy.
Tunstall, "The Holy Land." Wesley Community Methodist ornaments, blazing fire on the hearth. cards were made by the fourthIT'S Those I
Church I attending.: Mr. and Mrs. James J. Kuble Mr... and.. '_mother.of Mrs. Danburf, '
St. Patrick's Church ------- ---- --
Helen Thomas and I !I
n a
St. Ann's Circle, 1 p.m.,
Chapman Circles, I Mrs.A. .I
Mrs. Frank !Maloney and Mrs. p.m. ,
D. Fagan and Mrs. Charles)
Glenn Farris, at the Maloney
Cook, Cl01 SW 21st Street.

Bridge Club St.WEDNESDAY Patrick's Church, December II ] Ij1ienArGIFTSSLEOF "HER" SHE'LL

St.Teresa Circle, I p.m.,Mrs.E. /
F. Lower Mrs. M. Cox, 2032

December 17
RALPH H. BLODGETTThe St. Patrick's Women's Club 41g&r
I I pm, Mrs Henry Bates, m: WEAR.
fractional master point
NE Eighth Avenue.
[game of the University City' .
I Bridge Club attracted 10'4 I '
(tables of duplicate players to I
the University Faculty Club I RIGHT: \ :atin..

I on Wednesday evening. The CDIIITMII "ALICE STUART'S
99 match
average score was
points for North South ,,i' LACE TRIMMED
and 90 for East West. l
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Irey s ) ARNEL [TRIACETATE\ '
won first place In the North- 1
,, o
I South direction with a score CREPE BLOUSE
of Utt match points. S. L
Williams and MelvIn Valk WITH DAINTY '
were second with 1264, Harry '
C. Boardman and the writ. put travel underChristmas BUTTON TRIMMED '
er were third with 125, and FRONT BUTTON-BACK. i //S
Mr and Mrs. D. R. Frazier
were fourth with 106. I WHITE ONLY. 30-36
treel I "' k t
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Robertsled I w''''' i
,the East West field 8.93
For tint Very Special finotl. : l
with a score of 1194 Mrs. H. I [ f"'j: >
C, Boardman and Mrs. Virginia yow Christmas nst...tho matt t. "
Windsor were a close thrilling jilt of .I. travill! Wi I \ LEFT:
second with 119 Third went hors hovel gifts stall prlcu from I ,,.,. {, ,, 6 ,
to Mr. and Mrs. William Gar IludIHoll plant tlctohti world IMPORTED
rott with 101, and fourth to( T. Mini W, Mil fit tirtifhotij i ,
Doyle and A. Thigpan with too,for uidil toward Inr trip... \... 4Iit, : ," ," :" I Italian I Fisherman
13. tnywhort throughout thi |lobt. : : ..1 ... I'1' { \\1J
The club will meet again on it ,,-,," \..., ...... v.:1 .," Wool Knit
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the i CardiganWITH
University Faculty Club I WORLD SMART WOOD BUTTONS

West be master Newberry point Road.night It will for TRAVEL I A selected group untrimmed and fur trim APPLE BEIGE.GREEN S-M-L; PINK', TURQUOISEOR

December.ers are invited All to bridge attend play.and SERVICE I med coats including mink, fox and wolf 14.98
I'nm loa W. Uiilv. FS .4641 I II
collars. Coats styled in 100% wool and 5


wool blends in solids, tweeds, plaids and SELECTION OF OUR FAMOUS J

MAKESpecially '
checks. PurchasedWOOL


I I II 35 Untrimmed Coats

Regular 35.00 to 45.00 ORIG. 89812.98,

SALE 29.90
Smart People Everywhere

"give" and GROUP 11 t

Samsonite for Christmas!! 42 Untrimmed Coats
Regular 45,00 to 55,00




26 Fur Trimmed Coats

Regular 45.00 to 199.00 6.99

SALE 34.90169.00Coat OTHER SLACKS TO 12.99

m ,Shop2nd Floor Sportswear Shop24.Fleer .


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Give SaimoniM Silhowtt. The luuif shut IN wisp ..iulHy.ophixkMioa. .
(lender ,l.pnc.. A ckM .nc/utI"rd look Uboutn. >
hit's ta m1 with,' I Ku'f mWoKf, *.in.HUM*
finish nd prong UfhlwtrgM masnesium Iron,*. Locke tnluddn.
I .Hon in tetlvti for ",rhill -frt. p..lmsOWOM;
from pasta colon for &..01,*. Two muculuM
A. 28* Pullman Cat W-50

B. Beauty Case. . . . moo
c. Week End Tot S2100
D. Companion Cat*. $32.50E.

7hrso-Su.tr VL.J ,2 For her bath
btautJful... 6.50

Samsonite Silhouette a girt delight her, AIn
any of"*'*t,',
The tuggagt that sett the pact tor luxuryBL four famous fashion fragrances: v.00

cloud-toft tees Powder
with huge,delectably coloured

LUGGAGE SHOE DEPT. lamb wool ballet puff-B'f;'> oxe4 ,
with flnger-togch Cologne >iy /

new Spray Bath Sit 5.00 :i Most Appreciated Gift Under Arty Tree

L 7.50
__ A. "DELIGHT", Blue & Block L.oth.r, 150

r. B. "BANGKOK", ming blue brocade, 6.00

*\ arc STnat wrns Meet C
'/ C. "SORRITY". bit' *, bon leather, green
\ ua peony row srprr r Cosmetics Shop- sued., 1.50Ladies
i I Street Floor

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k. QC Goineivilla Sun Sunday, December 13, 196* -- 1s

: .forHER..77ie SPRAY Goddess COLOGNES Touchin Miss Feted Hazen At *;r Former Principal Honored From Chesnut'sThe

Gift of
: -
. 300 ShowerContinuing '

: Pew r-_......_..,M' : MANY HAPPY RETURNS
,'( ......,end a..rN.d" {.IL..e.4 the preweddlnglartles .
a, .t.ink hw reel IIM..|*MMMDwrl for Miss Mary Ruth dA..oi Yl YM.f
a : I flowWItcaftdt Hazen, whose marriage toed t n 1
I Raymond Brown la to bean A 'til "S a ''r s for
: '
: j 6 Frl.nd.blp' Go,..." event of Saturday after! 0. }
brly....,/Iee"0'"Spice noon at the First Baptist rd ri l\
Church, a miscellaneous v

t" .' shower was given recently by
Mr*. Harry Swearingen and
r Mrs. Earl Petty.
The party took place at the
: 1 I Swearingen home, which was
decorated with floral arrangements M
\E designed and made by
I : Mr. John Neidert, M rl. EATON'S Fine Letter Paper]
James H Smith, and Mrs.,

wearlngen.. c Give those you care for the gift that yields quite as much'
: s....'now..s.r ..00 Red and 'white colon were d t pleasure for you..Eaton's Fine Letter Piper Delight is
.. featured In all appointments.More .
GoId.o""p' SPro Colopn
"!I:I rlcM?'or/...t Dniltg'.*d., .rIoootIoh', 0.'d' 300 than 45 guests attended : doubled when they bring happy returns by mall
If' ., 100) Sp.. COlD,.. ..rf
. I5p. Cologne tlngly ) i; including the following Is compliment heightened! by
> liquid Ivbbl' Sal'iA So personal a gift a warm
',k..,!..IM from out of the city: your knowing! choice from our selection of these-appaal.
Mrs. Raymond W. Brown,
mother of the log papers There is an Eaton letter paper appropriateto
FREE PARKING AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE led, and his grandmother, 1. i every personality, every purpose every purse. All

I' Mrs. Joseph Singer, both of beautiful,all in good taste.And our prices are so modest I
Middletown, Ohio; Mrs H. Mrs. Myra Terwilhger, former J. J. Finley principal, tight above was honor..
B. linger, Jacksonville, Mrs ed recently when the city's newest elementary school was given her name during 'The Christmas Store"
DRUGS Marvin Hazen and Mrs. V.V. dedication ceremonies. Pictured with her at the new Myra Terwilliger I
,1' GRESHAM Hazen, both of S t ar ke; school are, left to right, Mrs. 11. Mttcalfe, the only other former woman
: YOU DOWNTOWN U6CITT STOM Mrs. J. Purvis Hazen 0 f principal for whom a city school has been named; her son Lt. Com. B. B. CHESNUT OFFICE
i Ocala, all aunts of the bride- Black well, Mrs. Blackwell, and their children, Bishop Lee, Rebecca and Adrian-

tl elect, and Mrs. Marie Powell ne. EQUIPMENT CO. INC.

12 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 2-2558 of Williston, and Mrs. Leon Mrs. Terwilliger longtime educational leader, returned with her son and ,
hoof of Ocala, a cousinof family spend the holidays In Champaign, where Lieutenant Commander 106 W. University Av.. FR 2.8421
f 13TH PHARMACYCORNER Miss Hazen. Blackwell a member of the ROTC faculty at the University of Illinois.

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N.W. 13th ST. and N.W. 1 16th AVE \II

P I r- Hither And YonBy I III!I y Gifts i in they .I

!; RUTH WEIMER I I StlvermctitManner

Arriving In time to help "put up the Christmas tree" will be tlon and winning ninth place way plays before coming
E M.j.atto a number of college students, whose trains, planes and buses overall home. I
.es Sportawnr M{ will be marked S.R.O. next weekend. > .

Marilyn Little, daughter of the Wua'toa W. Littles, and Ann When not playing, the two Friends and neighbors are !
Durrance, daughter of Dr. and MM. Charles R. Durance, took a long, long look at
dropping in to Dr. W. C.
will) be home from Agnes Scott Thursday.The Nieman-Marcus and purchased see
Little older daughter, Mrs. Clayton W..MUIs of Alex. a few Christmas "gifts" Thomas Sr., who has been
J 4: Cos ( Pants 'y andria. Va, will be home Saturday to join the family party home almost a week now !
byMr. they just may keep.
Cob 'j. Panto while Clayton will come December 23 They will also visit his after an extended stay at his
JJ t parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Mills. .
Leavlng Tuesday "second home" Alachua Gen.
Winston W. J Wash., where he Is associated with the Hanford Laboratories Conn., to visit her mother,

$'Vh will not be home this year. "Jlggs" recently spent several Mrs. A. V. Julier, will be Mrs. Mr. and' Mrs.* Oscar Hof. I and please your own
: Bags i days In San Francisco, where he was. invited to read a.paper Jim Richardson. Carolyn is
: Knee Socks s Cologoe for a scientific conference. going especially for the wedding mann will leave soon to i good taste.
: by by spend the holidays in South W.
Martha Nay Stedham, senior at Breneau of her n 1 e c e, Mess Florida and then to .
Gold Cup s John Romato College, will l come move ; A visit to our ladies mezzanine
home Friday to spend the Yuletide with her parents, Col. and Louisa Mattoon and Andre Brevard N.C., where they .
Mrs. Francis Myers. LaFontah, which will take have a home, 'Dunns Rock department where you will find
Colonel and Mrs. Myers recently had as their houseguests place Saturday In the chapelof View," in the mountains
the former's brother, Dr. Thomas T., and distinctive feminine gifts.
Tracy Pents by Myers, Mrs. Myersof Kent School. Virginia recently I ,
Blou.es 4' Rochester, Minn. Dr. Myers .Is a surgeon on the Mayo resignedher
Sls tor Ha The Rich a r d Ion a' sons,. post as dietician for the
Jewelry Clinic staff. A round of Informal parties and sightseeing Make it sentimental Christmas
'I s v byRog.r 3 marked the visitors' week stay. Frederick, who attends Kent University of Florida where i a
School for Boys, will be an she has been a member of the
SB. her with -
y pick gift
a Lnth.r' fy Kit Macdonald, daughter of the William D. Macdonalds, who acolyte and Jimmy, a sophomore staff for 11 years. Oscar was
; 3' Clove. is attending school in New York City this year;,will be home at Duke University, formerly assistant superin- care from our -
L.tare for the hoUday.lollowlng a stop In San Juan, Puerto Rico, to will serve as an usher for tendent of the Central Power i
: attend a United Nations student meeting. Hnuseguests at the their cousins wedding.The and Heating Office at the uni .

> Macdonald home will be her college friends, Karen Wise of Richardson trio will return versity. .
Salt Lake, who visited here last | GIFT WRAP
I summer, and David Tre Sunday In time to get Here for the FREE PARKING FREE
mains of Bellingham, Wash., who also will be In San Juan past month
all set for Santa.Longtime .
have been Dr. and Mrs. Paul
for the student
Brims of Boulder, Colo., who I1'L4Yt1Lt
.\1Si WJ1 friends of Mrs. sP
tazs have
? been honored
e Pat Powers daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powers, will Amelia HaygMd of Los Angeles number with a
fly home via Tampa from San Bernadma, Calif., for the holi will be welcoming her of Informal parties
t We've Got A Tree Full Of days. Pat Is teaching English literature classes at Pacific home for the first time in School Dr. Bruns of Medicine member of of the
High School this year. three years when she arrives
4 Goodies for X'jiias GivingI Spending Christmas and 480 players from just about this weekend to visit her University of Colorado has 225

New Year's In St Louis will Verywher were competing mother, Mrs. Orvllle T. Stone, been a consultant and research I :WSi4z&iitm Univ. Ave.wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.
A> be Mrl. George Lee Crutcher 1 and her brother, Dr. John professor for the UF
who will leave Monday to visit during the tournament' held Stone and hit family. Amelia College- -of Medicine.-

I her mother, Mrs. Harry C.In the Adolphul Hotel. The flew to New York .City I 1 1I I
IMS Henger. two partners took silver troph- where she it staying with

S lei for top score In .their sec- friends and seeing\ the Bread.vvr I Exciting new engineering features give you

Mrs. Fred Hotter and her { sK.w sw.r..r ev e+.rK.a .arr s c c.r cw+sar aKr("'2
I 4' sister, Mrs. Daisy Krellick of more portable TV enioyment for your money I
1131. W. UNIV. AVE. Columbus Ga, won honors all <
\ over the place at the National Arvin.
Fall Tournament of the A gift shell treasure NEW ALL-CHANNEL UHF-VHF

American Contract Bridge 16" PORTABLE TELEVISION
League in Dallas. More than

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AV t The weddingof
Miss Sybil Mobley of Ala-
chua and Richard Tarwell of
Pensacola will take p la c e'
Friday at 730 p.m. In the
First Baptist Church of Ala-
1 chua. Rev. Carl Franklin will
be the officiating minister.
Attending Miss Mobley will
ti II be her sister, Mrs. Marcia
McLeod matron of honor; Model 651(33,
: : Process Miss Emelyn Bagwell, maidof
: Cuarant..d Wahabf. honor, and Miss Dolt II lrl.r.'k)HI BHT.VHr ...'r..tlll'"IUJ Two ton. S 13495
Roberts, Miss Nina Laurentof .II Itnn*, ilMimitJ' tkhir*abe to klKkir IlKhi ikitw Bolae with

Sarasota and MLis Lynn ...HIM fat..."- >ii|KrtikiiitrH Gold Trim
: The esicntial be[. narrow{ Mobley, sister of the bride, AMERICANTOURISTER H."*Miwy*our:'M.| ttrn tt mt-nmt' N.pgmet -
look in a n tr elbow Blo.* bridesmaids. : ii vied 0000. Iv acs aa.a 5.4
hunrlouily crtfud in ml ea"",.---a,.t4uiuiM| .tat wik VHHMiMirrtO SwM' ale ItwiM tut Molt Cmeilw Rm
Mr. Farwell will have
XUlar.O as A ule Mt.Cos CMM Limn n new tMw mi if kictut MtMlIf...... kf MctltalKM a>
True kid IT his attendants his brother From Ms took (f lirt tttimct to RS >|tilfMth r stptntronf em. hdnr, pee nmiwt K1"" /-twmeee le aaa ev.50 '
eolor* so tmatlful Inthilr KrwOen+ sad its sal anrg.....awe. kid ..... baealseW We
fitra a plus sIr
: Arthur Frederick ptckinf TrHJCir Maa1
Tarwell 5vy
Ill roomy ices H S M4 m
polUhtd .l.i nc. ,. elm In bo*!* *,I*. '. "'III'"trav.pnd N uONacsSa fat.,MI.Men ............,,....-uoe
lice sus a flattering. Klilvfa as best man and Gerald Llv Cdtcl VM M> ftiturn md you'll IN Mat M ether hunt kds- HOtlkllt)*4|......*. a ton kMiik W W nmatoit......*u4 nUtoi
I In. a I on of Jacksonville T..ItIM""H'e-IN spot Ik*. UHf k.|MtMMStnKtX
wasbabllity goaraate.
bcti NIU Tmnitir
m "hf meal .ik k. *-..... ... .. ., ,...
that DMM glove* Beach Rodney Hubbert of ears n< M !s< nrti rW tttar WwrwrtJ.U S
liana JOB NEW Lh.lgur/ Ses' NEW Surtftlit kxkt* Ikk MEW kittriofl{ ..",," at..a ._ IUU.Ul(.."" 11I..iittwt...
will outdo tttlr b..uty Tampa. Richard Gadapee of Two NW Colas Caviler ihs e-rraicni Tmrf
: C aid saprlatlv fit.lA THusvUle and Harold Mo I t For wwitm TM sirs h CetrfM Wi P.X.S.wa Leod of High Springs as ush 7M4-> UOnticaoo>* Foe Nor Nit ens M gdaee Owls. Ca.aer
518.50( from,Muncie HIM,Tot<-100.00 M tOaOO"PittK RADIO AND TV DEPT.
foM For *TulT
.ra.TIlt. flower girl will be little USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
"ulMp11" ""....."" (eed.fl Miss Theresa Franklin
"r Ae.d vwJUAT .,**.> ff/'rwMMl Glen So,*.
$1.00 Thomas Alvin Mobley III, Use Ye.r Ceiitrel! OiergefhEE J3fII )) M
brother of the bride.Candlelighten RR RprrpeA
: Open Until PM Thru Dee.23'down will be Thomas
F Shaw of Warrlngton. uncle i F _
of the bridegroom and i
a Douglas Jones a cousin of I f't1It1I1Jt M

PRETTIEST I fi'kl"Ins College !hop] the All bride.friends of the couple p /at c t Co rrpairy t A .. CfJHf/1II/I

WRAPPING IN TOWN. 401 W. University Ave. FR 2--4606 are and invited reception to following the weddlag the I BARKING ON TOWER LOT JjffREE PARKING ON TOWER LOTThe

Free Parking Rear of Store ceremony at the Alacbua n. l.see n..'......nee Jv.s.; .....i s. s.-
Woman dub House. Store That's Mart Then Just A Hanrart Start.

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Sunday, December 13, 1964 GaineevilI. Sun ,c

Calendar Of EventsTODAY II

December U: S., Christmas Party I p.m., PRE-INVENTORY
Annual Holiday Tour ot Masonic Tempi I
Gainesville Garden Club, 3 Christmas Play.lOT h.
to I p.m., homes of Mrs. D. Twelve Days of Christmas"
A. Davies, 2211 NW Fourth 7:30 p.m., Kirby Smith
Place, Mr. and Mrs. JohnR. School
Harrison 727 SW S7tb Gainesville Garden Club
Street, Golfvlew; Mr. and Circles:
Mrs. Flake Parker, 715 NE 9 30 a.m., Daisy Mrs. Har-
Seventh Avenue, and the lo- old A. Johnson, 1KJ NE I FURNITURE
na Chapel of First PresbyterIan 13th Street; Dianthus. Mrs. i
Church. Lynn Noland, 1003 NW 22nd
Gainesville Council of Hu- Street; Hibiscus, Mrs. Flake
man Relations, Covered Dish Parker, 715 NE 7th Avenue;
Luncheon 1:30: p.m., Community Palm, Mrs. R., C. Burnard,
Center, 521 NW First 1601 NW 35th Way;
Street. 1:45: a.m, Glorious, Mrs.
Jean P. Ahrano 4040 SW
MONDAY, December 11, Archer Road;
Gainesville Bridge Club,
.. .
730: pm, Recreation Cen t 4 v 1 .e
Women of the Moose, 8
p.m., Moose Lodge, Christ I
mas Party.
Past Matrons Club, Gainesville
Chapter 44, OES, Covered
Dish Supper, 7 p.m.,
Mrs. L F. Latirner, 81} NW II
Tenth Avenue. II I Merchandise on hand January 1 Is taxed at about 40 mills. The proceeds from merchandise told (for coih or on budget terms) before

Gainesville Garden Club, January 1.is taxed at from 1/10 of a mill to 2 mills Wo would rather sell the] merchandise than pay this high tax. It's as simple as that.
Board of Directors, 1:30: fIiOASPECIALI If you need furniture), BUY NOW Or SAVE UP TO 30%. You will find this to bo a legitimate tale and the reductions ore genuine Como

a.m.,and Guaranty Loan Building Federal, Community Savings in now, make your selection & take up to 3 years to pay. Future delivery if you prefer. All merchandise brand new None of it has been on

Room.TUESDAY,December. IS I fOR iiAiEXiRASPECIAL hand for over 4 months & most of it less than 2 months. This is a rare opportunity to lave.

University American Women Association, Evening of I DON'T MISS THIS BIG SALE JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS I II

Bridge Christmas Party, I
p.m., Mrs. L. C. Goolsby, I PI8S0NI
514 SW 23rd Place.Merrysteppers.

Dance Recreation Club, I Center.p.m., Gainesville 0 iL CHAIRS

Highland Court Manor Im- 69"
provement Association Inc., 0
1 Club House, 1001 NE oaO Compare withtar 9991 choIr. M.d.
p.m. by .s durability 6 com* PLASTIC TOP BEDROOM 139"
28th Avenue.Camellia DANISH STYLE SOFA 119"Cleon fort.
Circle Gainesville Consists of Double Dresser, Mirror, Full lilt Bed & Nit. Table
Garden Club, 7 p.m., lines & well styled. Genuine Pecan frame & durable ..__ Brushed white finish with Cherry Plastic Tops. Ideal for child's
Clover Cottage Sun land foam.. room
fabrics. 6 cushions In
Training Center.WEDNESDAY .

Gainesville Bridge Club, COLONIAL BEDROOM SUITE 189"
7:30 p.m.,Thomas Hotel WING BACK LOVE SET. .99" 39"Foldlne.
Gainesville Woman's Club, Triple dresser & mirror roomy chest & full.slze dcoroted
(obi. 0 4 itunV foldingehein.
930: a.m., Creative Writing I white tops. then prIee
with plastic Much better "todlcotes.
Class, Club House, West University 2 cushion style with full foam feats & back. Fully skirted Buy ., Vinyl over en both. table
Avenue.Gainesville 2 at this low price. Or cNlrs.

Woman's Club Open Stock OAK BEDROOM 199"
and Junior Woman's Club

Annual Children's Christmas EARLY AMERICAN SOFA. 129"COLO Double dresser:mirror,chest 6 panel bed In lifetime oak Warm tn
Party for member's children I jL BUNK. RED; brown finish., A group you, can build a room around Save now.
and grandchildren, 4
p.m., Club House, West University Print fabric with foam seat and bock. You, will never buy 0 59"Attractlv
Avenue. better sofa for so low a pric.. ITALIAN PROVINCIAL SUITE 209"
Junior Welfare League spindle bd omplt, with'
11:45: a.m., Gainesville Golf lodder & guard rail Ant. crews with Three piece suit Including' 9 draw. triple dresser, mirror 4'6" fl'
and Country Club. ITALIAN STYLE SOFA 149" gold trim. bed & 4 drawer chest In g.nulnech.ry. A well styled suite at
Corsage Workshop lam., Com In and lit us then you' a modest prlci.BROYHILL. II
Guaranty Federal Community why the Ohvtttl I UnderwoodLETTERA
Room. five continents-wIth 32 is I favorite I hib M ,Regularly sells for 19995. Save 25% now and get a fine r
Chapter AP, P. E. 0., I:30 school and college students sofo made to last for many years. KING SIZE MATTRESS SCULPTRA .
a m., Coffee, Mrs. T. Lynn journalists, business mm,
Smith,132 SW 27th Court. world travellers and busy > SPRING BEDROOM REDUCED
o University City Bridge 1 houuwivisl That why If S the
Club, 7;30 p.m., University of perfect answer to family lilt TRADITIONAL SOFA 14995 189"K America's best selling open stock: grouping. All pieces reduced.:
Florida Faculty Club, West probltms-and lower than at a price you'd that'sprobably thins ulo/V 249 9) .11..." m.tt.... See these values today,
Newberry Road. possibli. Com I In today u4. Made by KroeMer with tufted bock Cr tailored skirt. Choice of With ,,ullt. 'd top ,.'dliIIg box f Ce
Jacob Roberts Brown Society I
ace for younilfl I fabrics In lovely damask Off whit. or turquoise
: Children of the American CONTEMPORARY BEDROOM
Revolution, Claude
Green, 804 West University by AMERICAN 299" J
University of Florida Fac Regularly! sells for over $400.00. Reduced for quick sale. Dress
culry Club, Christmas Family 34" ere mirror bed & chest In genuine walnut A tremendous bar I,
Foam rubber & backs. A beautiful sofa with loose "fine
Buffet, I to I p.m., Club I scots six gain In a suite,
house, West Newberry Road. cushions & big' brass casters. A nice MlKtlon .f not S cockt.ll
THURSDAY December 17 table In maple Or etK., woods Sv.ral .
Gainesville Public Library f &.,'*, ,,. THOMSVU.LE FINEST

Board, I p.m., Gainesville Oft is Oujitmt ,_ I DELUXE QUILTED SOFA 199" BEDROOM 499"Regularly
Public Library. .
601 W. UNIV. AVt
Gainesville Chapter 44 O.E.
Save $10000 now. A lovely' big sofa with quilt.d fabrics over 2 ONLY sells for over 70000. This lovely suite Includes: big
Foam & dacron cushions/ I If you're looking for top quality at a triple dresser, mirror, chest on chest, bed Or nice table In finest
bargain price, tee this sofa today. LOUN73eHAIRS cherry Save over $200.00 nowDINING.

.flul..ty' '109*}. Shipped In *nor.
W* will Mil for ft ducount & not I ROOM I
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Extension style with plastic top for carefree service Salem
i 9' 12' RUG 29' 149" maple I finish
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J.v. $50 00 r>ew. t....have 4 manlfc
ITIChristman Tweed pattern In choice of colors A durable rug with a built In Simmon& we **..nt ho ..lilt BOW. M.d* by DROP LEAF MAPLE .79"
foam pod. You will never buy o better. looking rug for this
low price. 'f Floor sample Regularly (119.91 Solid mople" with extra ,at.".
lion leaf. Sea's 10 easily. Save $40.00 now

Englander MATTRESS

NYLON CARPET 3" & BOX SPRING Early American Buffet & Hutch 179"
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I Regulor 5,95 quality all nylon carpet at the price of cotton. 99"ComhtniHtn
Choice of IS bright new colors fr" htm .
bywrtprlna no.KructNMI. 8-Pc. ITALIAN DINING SUITE 349"
: If, If* bM bug to rM
ae,. y u will find. Made from fine chew woods. Modified, Italian 'In styling Con

BETTER QUALITY NYLON 4" cite of extension table, big chow with glass doers, one arm &
5 side choirs.Broyhill.

Looped pile construction In long weaving nylon. 12 & 15 feet STUDIO LOUNGE
Golden) Bath Tray wide fully.in 18 colors. Will give good service v will clean off beauti* 109" Sculptra Dining Group 399"

America's most popular group. 'Includes big' glass door china' ,
Filigree scrolls shimmer en a dVlirate c-: .... le M ft* ., hrlrt+ bole extension table v six ctairi Finished In lovely oil finished *'ol. "r

wi golden he-tot tray)
Mist r bad Blue Crave Hand Leos, J.M.
Popular biscuit weave In long wearing In continuous nylon.' A Provincial in Cherry 399"
rive us will better ---
beautiful carpet that wear thon most $7,9 car.
pets 12 or 15 ft. wide In most any color. B>g 8 piece suit In ever popular/ French styling, Crafted from
MANY LAMPS fine cherry with cane bock choirs Save $10000 flOW

; !&1t EXTRA HEAVY Wool or Nylon 7" REDUCED
Suite American 499"Save
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at We defy you to buy this/ quality carpet for this price anywhere. fir !L.k. They mete Utel elmeif' $200.00 on this fine suite by AINrc! t. Pig B Io"
Your choice of 501 DuPont nylon w ol wool. Woven with more Chri.reee.s .eifte. door chine, surfboard style I extension fable Cr 6 chairs wilt
face yarns for years & years of service. Any fie any color, loom seats & backs.

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.By CHARLES REIDGainestiiile of the street when needed and lessens drainage prob .

Jf residents living In order to qualify for the lems. ,

i on NW 14th Avenue between paving the property owners The assessment may be pay
2nd and 9th Streets will soon who desire the paving must ed in six equal payments ,overa

be able to takeoff their dust, obtain the signatures of 51 per five year period, according
:: jackets -'! the four block length cent of the freeholders who to E. W. (Bud)1 Brocket-

:1 is being paved. live on the street and turn brough, administrative assistant

The paving Is the first to be the petition over to the Public He noted the cost of the

: done on f Gainesville residential Works Department. paving could be lessened if

:: street paving revolvingfund The city engineers will develop the property owners could get

;:- voted In' last February the plans and estimatethe signature. for a large paving I I4f1Mia'

t In the .general obligation bond costs. The property owners project.

: issue election ,are notified and a public hear- The city formerly used mixed ;1

. The way hi clear for Gainesville ing la scheduled. -In.place paving, which cost

': property owners \to take II Ute City Commission ap- about $4 a front foot Lime

. advantage of the 1850000 revolving -, proves the petition after the rock and asphalt were mixed
: fund which set it with the existing soil to formtthe'
is up public hearing, goes on a
,: to' pave 30 miles of unpaved priority listProperty new surface.'

-: roads. Unpaved roads makeup Now the city uses a better '
.. 45 per cent, or 125 miles owners pay their method A six Inch base of
: of Gainesville totaf.. share of construction, according lime rock is topped by an asphalt V
to their respective footage. concrete combination i
i The fund will ultimately pro The cost usually runs from fl kr- sy
by a triple surface treatment, .
. vide (for $2 million worth of to $8 a front foot City EngI- using three different layers ol ;
: streets Alan Hardin said _
paved through repay neer surfacing for a solid foundation ,
.: ing of assessments. It is able
Hardin the according to Hardin.
explained pavingwas
: \to do this because the city
a cost \to the property owners -
: pays for engineering costs, inspection The new" streets are expected
but It added
beauty, com
: off site project costs, fort and a higher property to last for a minimum of

: certain storm drainage costs value to property after paving.It ten years with a low maintenance ,.

and the cost of extra widening also gets rid of pot holes rate. ,
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Art unuiuol combination of HKurv and llvtobilityQbound 1" F
In thit modern horn Thu. tpociout hom v rr 1. *d of Just $16,400
In the Mart of N.W. Golneiville, tokti Iti cue tarn '
the ancient Ao+mne. EncloMd In- the tenter ol' -J.. W o .' LuKlout nylon well M wall cerp.tn/ living room and halt Double arpmt end itnrag
the hauM It a natural garden and water fouola LEADING I BUIL I ..... Oiling mm Large 109 MO tot kMt minvtw. from IMvertity and Downtown,
covered ever with a pintle bubblf for year 'round II. jr konomical) nature gal Keating financing" arrengtd,.
,livlrp.Th.etrhrwh Men through glom llldingdoort
from all living ortoi of l*>e house Built-in
Central heat and A/C fll NW. 20th Terrace
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N.W. 14th Street ot N:w. 2Slk A.. w.


AUTHENTIC COLONIAL One' Block' to Uttlt.wood School 715 N.W. 3ih Street OPEN Tern left HOUSE eH N I. TODAY 1M tht' /+M 1 N 10-5 I. I lift .!:. -

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.11(' fie of our tried papular floor N I. AulnenlM NOld
TODAY 6-( ,.M. .. feature! uwd block, *x.r..nj, c"W"U'.H. fmtf detui pultt."in kitchen!
QUALITY CONSTRUCTION excellent 3 bedroom floor pterv -carpeted Brick Front On Wooded Corner Lot large dHMng area, huge 21 14 foot living teary few .....-, t.a twit ..,.... Sea
living room with ireploce family room ,' luxury baths lrw. Kama ladeytlll
dream kitchen features furniture finish cabinets central air conditioning TKIf cKamune old beckn.rt alanlal % fu.f a .l..,,k fmm llttlewnnd tcKnol and ..
(uer a) few minutet ,Farr new North t t ShnfKMng Center Three kig beonrtwa '., | lilimd Court Muiiorn
and heat two cor garage. ::: :
M kathe. luHt-m Mf kiKnen. Centret heatmd. in* peHect kxotwn fa +
....... 3300 N.W28th' Avenue 0) / with chllaVen. $100 down flM er mnnrh, *n :..". < the awlm, elub cnmrnunllf /

Y;.ti $26,300-T.rnhe Arranged Norwood Hope "H", Inc. Kirkpatrick & Picrson, Bldrs.-Dcv.

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...... numy of bid .** ,man. *,.t ndweanttrurtM*. lay now far January .*...H Coos, anM tw nenatema ketHt "'u MponM ......, ee. M wrew_ .. OPEN HOUSE TODAY 24 P>4.Tnjty .
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1fMobile\ Homes Growing Bigger With m the business_ n.A
mobile home parKs appear -Cji cacuvcu a b MIC national Afcicclation
Trailers are big business. size Mobile homes were onl)r sold to University of Florida vllle's be bulging at t h. of Home Builders coy
oops I mean mobile horn ei S. wide until 1958 when the II 0 I students quite a few units are to Trailer park developers mention at Chicago! last week
art big business. People In the foot width was Introduced. being sold to rural lot owners. seams. with serious U ad I Local members In attendancewere
know say mobile borne Is the I News and Views 196 2, U foot wide models IaI Here as In other areas of the .re faced A new : Phillip Emmer, vet
proper term for a trailer If it's into production, and double. South mobile homes are taking shortages.been rovedhome 'wood Hope A. W. Fletener
over 2S feet long and weighs width units two sections Join. a big bite out of shell home Northwest park has Gainesville. THIS .tohn Pterson Tom Pier t ,..'
more than 4,500 pounds. I y By sales. 3eorge Kirkpatrick, r .
ed together! .at the site
wen t the pressure. ?
soon see why there's a stead y I Two years ago there were no BOBHATTON Perhaps a brake to a mobile should ease ,
1 Slrkpatrlck Ellwyn
.= Our neighbor to the south, Introduced. S Robinson
stream of trucks pulling mobil I home sales stampede Is the
big mobile home dealers In weD md Harold Walker
:Ocala is bidding to be the De- University City was
troit of mobile home manufac homes with "Wide Load" plastered town. Walter Johnson manaI -In-addition-- to mobile- --home- I lack of trailer. spaces. Calnes- The ---=-- ----- ==:;
turing. Mobile home factories all over them pass lot I ger of Federal Quality Mobile QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED

and a multitude of allied indus- through Gainesville.Not Homes on N.W, 13th Street, re-

tries are jamming every vacant all mobile homes pas I ports quite a few sales to new- I
warehouse.Add .
Marlon County
the already establishedand through Gainesville. Man)r lyweds who are attracted by the mobile home's price. F Buys

growing mobile home business (around 40 a month) are soldIn I modern appliances furnlt are, One reason for the upswingin

in Lake City and you can this area by five dealers,. draperies and rugs Included in mobile home popularity is

f Building a Bookcase by Yourselves TUES. wED.NOON 521 N.W. 13th Street I


'i E 'Can Give a Family ''Togetherness FRESH "100% .PURE"PURE"HAMBURGER '

= We received letters: lots of bride described her first "yearof celebrated their first wedding I This project revealed a new BUNS
letters from folks who tell us I woe." She went on to say anniversary buying material I facet of "her nan" a part she:
I their problems successes .and that while neither one expected !and building a wall to wall I didn't know existed. For the
bopes. One from a young to stick It out, they 'lnaD1I' bookcase. first time she discovered! a man I, BEEF _
who could work with bisbands. I PKGS.

Working side by side,,I lj 2
THE-- with no comments from his : '

,. .......,.. .... .. .... mother no snide remarks from 8'I'I
: :; ::;: ; ":': ...>.>: ; her father they built the bookcase r, E
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an anniversary party to celebrate ,. 19'OF
;; By ANDY LANG think about the larger stationary Effective immediately, we I Its completion. When herdad LBS. $1 .

:: AP Newsfeatnres tools the Jigsaw tablesaw expect to be boycotted permanently .. gave them an electricwbre ... -,, : I
5, To the ladles: do you wan t t handsaw laths and the t by the School of Romanticism. saw, and his folks a gift
:: others. And he, certificate from a lumber dealer
your husband to give you a I many usually
:: surprise gift for Christmas? has a favorite he wants first, it opened a door to hoursof 1
S e e
,. Or would you rather know creative and companionable
I: ahead of time what you're getting : His inclination toward ins, (To get Andy Lang's detailed I effort "IVORY""ALLSWEET" I
.. so you can have a hand I machine over all others Is bated booklet "Paint Your House I The closing paragraphs was QUARTERSOLEO
: In its selection? on the kind of work be ex-Inside and Out," send 25 cents I particularly Interesting "your
to be of the, and a long, stamped self-ad, I
We'd be willing to hazarda I pects doing most easy to follow pattern not only LIQUID
"j that the time. If It's scroll work tie'l]: dressed envelope to Know.How,, showed how to do someth I n g
guess younger to the be thinking about a Jigsaw. IfIt's P.O. Box 954 Jamaica, N.Y.,, neither my husband nor I had
women answer "yea" ,
In heavier 11431. Also available at the
!to first question and that the cutting curves ever done before but more important
the older stock he can't wait until he same price Is "Make Simple it showed us a new
(pardon expression)
women answer "yes" to the lets his hands on a bandsaw Plumbing Repairs." Be sure to way of working together. It DETERGENT
second. Will he be handling a lot of specify which booklet you opened our eyes to a better

But that' only a guess. ThisIsn't. umber and or plywood? want) way of spending our sparetime.
Then he's dreaming about a ."
: If plan on getting
you table saw or radial saw AndIf War We don't know whether you
for husbands
something Poverty
don't your make It woodturnlng has his atten- need to build a bookcase to rediscover I LB.
workshop a
tion, he probably already has the joy of working
surprise. Tell him what you Rent Bill GIANT
his eye on a lathe. with your hands but whatever 49
have in mind and U he approves I PKG. 15 i[
your home needs, try buildingIt
tual choice, let himself.him make the ac- Entirely electric aside tool he from covets the typeof Dad At $8 Million yourself. You'll not only find BTL,
satisfaction transforming
great -
plan This on Is purchasing especially true an electric If you make may be or partial variation to of a certain the ma- WASHINGTON (AP) The lumber into serviceable!

tool for the workshop. 1 federal government will directIts pieces of furniture but you'llalso

power There are so many different that chine., when Or he he may can have afford decided it, war on poverty from the top find that by building It I lUMITl Two with your SI. or "' .,.. teed....", ,....) (LIMIT.| Ono with rear $3 or moro, food ....,. ....)

kinds for so many different ie'11 get one of the comblna- seven stories of a new office solve yourself you home e c 0 nomlcally I
purposes that you would b e lon tools that he has many Improvement
power building In midtown at I .
an problems.Send
lucky Indeed if you selected been pricing secretly for "REG. SIZE" "NORTHERN" WHITE OR COLOREDMODESS
l exactly the one he has been months. rental of 8225000. 75 cents for Wall to
hoping to buy some day. Wall Bookcase Pattern No. 719
Terms were given Friday by i
to The Gainesville Sun, P. 0
Few men can afford to outfit Now It may be that Mom
a I spokesman for the General
Box 215, Brlarcliff Manor. New
a home shop at one time. knows her husband's every
i t As a result, a shop just grows, wish and can select exactlythe Services Administration, who York 10510. Send SO cents additional -
described them favorable. He
as Jk31
for new catalog illustrating
like Topsy. The man first ao machine he wants: theiroper _
,.,. said the cost of floor space 300 other build it yourself
the hand
qui tools he needs type make and size In I'
$4.70 a square foot Is substantially projects and home I m.
moves Into the power tool the event let her go to It. But '
less than the cost of. books. Add 25 cents
field usually with one or more If she baa the slightest doubt provement
of the portable machines. From I about the matter she'd better similar. space In the same additional if you want pattern
that point on, he begins to talk It over with him. area, mailed by Special Handling.

a Bid on New UF Facility OF PKG.. 12 29

Muti-Dwelling REG. ;

I'I Lower ThanArnold ExpectedBids 't ROLL 911

Building on Rise and Wright Construc- from six companies I
tion Company ot Gainesville Is were opened Thursday for the

the apparent low bidder for the project which will rise on the LIMITs 0... with yovr )1. ., moro, Led e.d.,. ../.)
The trend, which exists onlyIn I Gainesville apparently Indicates 1 In October In Gainesville construction of the new PhysIcal swine unit on NW 34th St.
increasing interest In' the Bureau of Economicand Plant facilities on the University Architects for the one -story! "WESTERN"
., apartment units as Investments -I Business Research University ol Florida campus. office building and warehouse TURKEY
( and also greater concentration of Florida reported. The construction company,
: of families a sign of Permits I were Issued In turned In a total base bid o19x,000 Ocala. PORKSTEAKS
Increasing urbanization I Gainesville for SO homes and $ an amount considerably Second low bidder was the POTPIES
Outside Gainesville permits I I for 12 multi! family dwelling lower than the $240,(00(D I Brown Construction Compass y
.. were Issued for 24 homes and I units., One dwelling unit Is a originally budgeted for the ftclllty. -of Gainesville with a base bid
:' one duplex. This Includes three I I living space for one family. of 1202.483.CUII''I. I
.... houses in Hawthorne. .
OlaaarYears I
;: Dollar wise construction

---, 'authorised total of claimed l,277,21t a projected for the I Ahead. Yours Today!

month, of which 73 per cent
was In Gainesville. Of the
tat about fS of every $10 10-1
:,; earmarked for construction of Homes LB. 8-OZ.
houses duplexes or apart 19 loeILIMITI

.. ments. EACH
". About $ )OOOO worth of non. ;r
residential private construction wkto

and alterations to exist lag _

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No permits were Issued for
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Sunday, D eember964 Co,n.svllle, Sun 30

ConstructionRise -Mr*. Betty Pefler (right),ef
Daytona Beach President of
''At. I the Women's Council of theFlorida
C\1Io\!! I Association I of Real
etk i tors, was on hind Thursday
:utet'or. SlowsWASHINGTON night to present the Women'i
-w Council of the Caiieivlll: *
fen'taq Board of Realtors wills a char
ter. Accepting was Mrs. Cladyi
let AP) Con- normal figure of approximately Smith, vice president or t h e
Ion struction activity In 1965 estimated one million. Gainesville! hoard Looking e.
at a record $612 billion The department (from left) are Mrs Marcella
should continue to stimulate that total predicted Pardl Mrs Grac Ford pea ,
private construction \Mrs. Jane Caldwell and MM,
over-all economic
outlays next year would climbto '
Mary Mueller. The l'l'.mon'l'took
Commerce Department has re- $47.4 billion, compared with1964's
place during the annual 1
ported. record volume of $461 Installation dinner of the local
However, the expected 3 per billion. Publicly owned construction realtors (Sun photo by Tommy
cent gain from 1964's $64.4 billion will increase by 3 per cent Lewis)
expenditure on building Is in the new year to another new _
smaller than the usual year-to- high at $208 billion with most ( : 4
year rise. When adjusted to;of the increase resulting from 1'f .llor E. M. Boston (right) outgoing
eliminate moderate: price Increases -,growth of state and local outlays president ol the Galne
It will represent a gain rather than federal con villa Board of Realtors showed
of less than 2 per cent In the struction activity. "+'I,e,, Stephen McCready past
physical volume of constructionwork. The report indicated that this president of the Florida Assoclatton "
would be the outlook for non of Realtors the
"Sln e construction will grow residential private building in tint-place plaque awarded
more slowly than the economyas the coming year: local realtors for their part
a,whole in 1965, it will also Industrial construction: it will In National Realtor's Week
generate less Inflationary pressure repeat its more than 10 per cent last summer. Tie occasionwas
than It might If very large gain of 1964, reaching a levelof the annual Installation
gains were to take place in a more than $36 billion and dinner or the Glints III e
booming! economy," the department surpassing the spending peak!I Board Thursday light (Sun
said in its annual con achieved in 1957.Commercial i photo by Tommy Lewis) .
struction outlook report. building: expenditures -
The 1965 estimates are based for office buildings, stores .
.on the assumption that economic warehouses and other com Guaranteed Possession by Christmas for Qualified Buyers!
activity will rise generally, mercial structures will fail to
and that investment funds and show a rise from the previous 1
mortgage credit will be amplein year's level for the first time MAKE NO PAYMENTS UNTIL FEB. 19651!
the new year since 1957. The total should be j ,
Both private building and very close however to the $51
public construction are expectedto ; billion estimated for 1964.
show Increases of about 3 percent Churches and schools: religious .
compared with the past building activity, which has
year's I per cent for public approximated $1 billion a year
construction and 5 per cent for for some time is expected to
private construction.The show only a nominal gain in
slowdown In private res- 1965. Educational building will
idential building is chiefly re- continue to show a 3 per cent
sponsible for the smaller In- annual rile.Hospitals .
crease. Housing accounts for 58 and institutions:
per cent of all private construction this type of construction will
outlays and In 1965 will be show a 12 per cent gain next
showing a gain of less than (500 year' a much smaller Increase I P
million as compared with $830 than 1964's estimated 40 per ,
e million in 1964 and $1.5 billion cent.
in 1963. Farm construction: downtrend -,
The official forecast for private which has persisted for''
housing starts next year :20 years will continue.
Is 1,580,000 dwelling units, about Public utilities: a new peak Is
equal to the 1964 total. There i 51 billion in this strong segment -:
will be slightly fewer apartment I of the construction Indus-
structures built but the number I try. However, the 4 per cent
of private single-family houses i increase foreseen Is only half
should Increase from the 1964 I.s great as 1964 s estimated percentage
level of about 950,000 to a more I gain.


Remember, Men J SEE 10 EXCITING 1965 MODELS IN


Does your husband like bright t """ (
colors? I read about a nationwide DOROTHY
survey the other day that
said. IOU men chose decor,
homes would be drab." Having DRAPERmy :' GENERAL ELECTRIC

made a few surveys of my own \
In my time, I am afraid I will ,
have to disagree, survey or ,
not I bathroom? The bathroom is HOMES PRICED FROM $15,300 $18,275 PAYMENTS FROM $100 A MONTH UP ,

It seems as if husbands were 8x7" which la long and narrow YOUNG AMERICA HOMES HAVE FIREPLACES PANELED FAMILY ROOMS 2 FULL ,. .
could One window In the center. The J .
"What we v '
do to get a little more life in fixtures are medium blue and
our home? I love your taste 'there Is yellow and blue tile, ITALIAN TERRAZZO FLOORS SEE OUR NEWLY FURNISHED MODEL.
and your love of color but around the tub and shower ft .
WE just don't ever seem to ac There U a vanity sink with yellow f. "J"y
quire It." Sometimes this can laminated plastic top. Blue To neck Village Green Extension, by Young Amoric Home s drive North on Melt Street or N.W >
prove a bit embarasslng, especially and white tile on the floor natural IJth Strll' to J9th Ave... Turn right
she's done if a the pretty wife good thinks Job. 1[ do to color make wood this door.bathroom What can attractive (South) end watch for Yeyng America Homo ilfn" *n left MODELS AT H.I, 15th STRUT Sr 10thAVEHUE.
TELEPHONI 172-7070.
Most men love touches of red, ?
bright blues and the green Dear Mrs. E. M. Me.!
family. I find thy aren't too Paint the walls yellow and
keen about the fad for orange have curtains and shower cur-
and yellow but used In the right tam s in a blue and white plaid YOUNG AMERICA HOMES
way even they seem to cheer Spark it with some em raid
up visibly in a room so deco- green color in towels and ac

rated. cessories...--- _
One man I know put up aloud ClA"' I.D DI' 'A.
howl of protest when his,. KtS ?tlS t i tSt tCtct ist5tssi ;i-tc. >

bedroom wife wanted painted the red.walls But of being their i!:.I THERE'S TIME Ta OWN A NEW

room a persistent painted soul a ,beautiful she had cran-the|: HOME BEFORE CHRISTMAS! i

berry color with everyt hint I i
else In the room snow-white, relieved -'; I
by a shelf full of flowing" i
plants'of German Ivy. Now the|I. Not ?
husband shows off the room,!A Why
with pride which goes j
show it doesn't always pay tor ': HCM
listen to husbands who say they! i .. "

don't If color like color.Is used right, what j i I Spend this Christmas in a NEW HOMEof j

a man drab In the home world as would that nationwide choose-|!., your own in Highland Court Manor. 1 1.r iil iilI
survey suggested to one ; .
which was alive, cheerful, uplifting .: -? IMPOSSIBLE? You make this Christ
when h* comes home Certainly not can I
tired and worried from that salt,;;
mine of a Job No man ta his 1 mas a truly memorable ono and Kirkpatrick and Pier- 1
Ask !
right mind. yours
'''"'" 1
Ii will make dreams true
..M.r son your come ja
Mrs. J. K. asks: ,
"I would like to make calico '
\ \
double bed at-1 : I :: I
for our
spreads _--
single bed ::1 c,4 ,
for my daughter' 'ee our
Our bedroom to 11 UH III l # 1
Is only I'; : limited number of fine homes
my daughter's room a I
make a: -IEW, model-1
s 11 I would like to ;d 1 > 1considerotion.
bngh't red. ruffly calico spread j; art available for your Immediate
for our room and a black rali-i. < 7 I
thewU* I SevenDays a Week You may choose the
co era j ... :
are l horn styling which best suits your
room. Are th**. room tooii, 10 AM. TO 6 PJW. DAILY I
the calico *pradsj i|; '-
mall for l -
I TO 6 .M.
And could 1 have matching j tast"I

draperies ud valance on the j 'rr f s Wt INVITE EVENING APPOINTMENTS
wnow !" I i JI
Dear )IrS. J. K.: :l lN j.
., the rooms am' !o
man for me small figured caD- L HIGHLAND COURT MANOR
CT spread and drums. lit ].

emit the valances ,j!I G.i.esvils'e pretty 04/rtM .bi the H......... by Klrtf.trkk ..4 Pier*.* 1

i!I s...* OffICI et N.I. 2M lite' fir lick Tfflce 172-3111
.m..Tt"Ut 1int.colors Mr should lib: I lit taj! ""- .,. .,. "'''' .,.''' '''


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ID Gainesville Sun Sunday, December 13, 1964
|) Hu..i rpf ISIS
-- 11 rIMAU H4P ,,A..;.* 12 MPP Help! W......! 14-S.I., H.I, Went*** 12 Mobil Hmin to S.I* S3 Nassau '*r Sit IS H."... My Sale
Announcements WOMAN lo do' cooking' *fidgon;roihouMworK EXPERIENCED tink wpgan THg Liberty Nollon.l, LIU n5.'. I'" PA\IMAKltR: 10.W. I n.troot HEAT I BR CB ., UO NW :MmPloco. y---STOwf CULUNI.LH..IJ'Nl mutt toll 4 .It. I'*' bXi"
two wookl, itprtlngcue Co. will "... I _.... In IM* 01141.., lot Okay RoHnlihod ..... ronpo ft 4 .'". modwii kltefon.*4.7I .m foncpd bock yor* CM givp
uni till F* MMtWAITMSI MlMmin." Cill 372-3383. prp* pftor CllrI....... Wo Pro only 7,11100 C4n1 M101.1 51 ...,...._ "' ..,_. NO CAIH. /e4 HOOP down. CINNIPS nh *._ k..nadlaa" __,. 0014.01's.
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Moword Johroon'. HottourontIvpning h.v. Flo IkpnM M,. Tucteor m odoo. Our Mortlng ulory I M DOWN Now1ft 1,01' $ ". ,Hm "P.,5roroo. .
I ih"i, Apply In porionKM IIP pay wk. Call: F* P-IJ4I (orIMlt. M.MM 5.414 totol Nyownm 4011 5.511 551 01.511t.nwnNM .......
thi"tf"l".: illi.m' ?.mll; wlXo ;!; Jpwolry Dopt J. M Holm Prato110.4,. CIPM M *v OWNER bpputllul. .homo 1rdrs
% MPTIO pur Ma.k.4 NW 13th $1.EXPERIENCED GROCERY .. tRr NW 1211: 01. HW I.CNII5..S wolkl. .....ed 511.4.. _'"J NW Mellon I blocM from
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lot MAID Ilk. I
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*. Owl Control C... .:. pfltop dp- Pon/ad __ TODAY .
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,101, will "y YOU" ,... .. 1NMCoast. TRACTOR lALI\MAMPprmonont "EIO. AT ON\I Pull t.orpans pplomlno hpcknpy pony AND ONLY $58.10MONTHLY

*040. 010. II.... P11.ss 'IORIDA MOTOR popllloit 4 IIIU". CO. oorvp lima WoHilnp.41.5 fuotomprl N wan54.M Wool ...... upraMlood. gontlp. Ipr pnycniw IN Y ?kxhdlG
F* g-0341, "5ly/lma. 4 hool I buckboord hirn.
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tat ypur own ItPlirt.Wrlto oil. ......1. t krldln Complolp' If vow oro looking, tor good ...... ; /
4 SPECIAL NOTICES BUYERMEN'S C. R. RutlP. OOP D >> Outfit __Mit. 4715441f 'ny moMlp homo *t S birgomrkp r1. 1
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& BOY'S WEAR MO thli *n*. W* hov many mor '
WI WILL Mt ... nipomibithpvo Coriton Oolry '.rm.. Inc, Hnpthorn > "
for 10401 wilt Inst not WP hPvp .. knmMUIp pppnlnf for I4-S.I.1 Hip Want.d *, PI*. imidoli In II. *nd I U wldtTil with '' .
Mrry Chrlttmo. pn ...porl.ncp4 Moil" t loyp cm 4ii,m I and i .. I.FACTORY.
XX Hippy Nn Vl.,. w... luyor. Iplory, I4M tp MOO VOCATlONALL'; 0 'I TURBE 7 LOT PRICES

PronM Mornon pIr 1,4111 M. p111 Wllmt 045 Apply lit Our toil m., IndlcolP. potmllplcoroor ATTENTION.....growo CATTLIMINStrptch .,.,,' t* me Low Down Payments /l qqr
IUTTI MOIILI MOM 11 porion. Ooptrtntpnlttorp Motor comppny will odd limit by ml.,ng grilm' with CPA Low Monthly PoymintiLow k

4577 NW IMh It four lion mon and following,.'',_.1 toit In'.",wlp,_*> MH Tr. "..d Cottlp tup"*.* Bonk Rot Intirnf
m.5/ moo'
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COM la con mill l'4 ml' Wont .
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aI, J. M. PIPIM Polio NW Urd :.JV 11um. N $00 42$ Kiwi .,......,.. CHI M....'.'. II.1 NW loth pr.,. New Management /

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loll tm w....* ... N i.
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Pal rowwo PpylllMIII | 15. bom olr cond. with own.In .
I ',m. *. Abo M with liuPdrvhouio.
toMol ft Phowor L..*.... Enjoy This Christmas
Hood with ppcM dollvpry on III JJP. 0k Gail VII loo*
40/.11$ CNI C1r brnmon Iranopn ft Tronton. will
HELP WANTED C,:: C::''' C./1 Ca. $4.1 L toll pop Conloct L. P. Oodpo,

Hy ... Oa51bur5. L Co CIOI .,. I, 1.. MA. Tronton. PI.. fI In A New HomeSAVE

_726.30, 'ILOOY TU'LII' at' a ... ,,
snW14 0014,54
10 PITS i SUPPLIES _,15.1511,", ... Phunp 374M4 _

,, WMHi .... photlond PONIIV III* IS Lon FOR SALI
... Oonltp .loddl MOP.SI IIMi
La",. 45.4.4 lot .. p.vd NIl
1'llP.O DOOI pjr polo. I w4 lot NW or.. IIcN1a 115515. .
Ir...... and I portly trolnod .. Cal 2731011.

FIREMEN SALESMEN fACULTY Phonp IM-IIPP, W l dam High' ...* roHIng. pn* per. Wo wit' .
MYNAH ..... G,..'" Hill Alt PooMIMI r1.wl.PORDYCI > '
guorontood tp ink pnd whlitlp.Fhono A ASSOCIATIS INC.

4 wppm old now, RAILROAD
wall mill hwpfy Chmtmpp .1....,

POODLE HAVI Iprao cpmmprelpl M with'
ONI toy and ... mlnlphjr' ..11r.... ildlng. will prpct .building ..
MECHANICS CLERKS SERVICEMEN t ..... old, AKC .... tp lull lonpnt. Olv. ..II.'..
Idoll lor :;:' "!'". tory Ion.. FR ....57.
LARDd411tu1 .Iptt Hi NW.Mellon ,Ihly{
BARBERS BAKERS TELLERS MUST SILL I yr.d Dobonnon locotp pdlKpnl I* ..Hyllmlll P r
Plncpr, donl ..... I
room Ipr himPny wllh" ppvpd ..r.... oowor
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1 .*.. ,.. .".1/01. H In4 lil
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MALE C.IUC/N lo _'.Y. C..."'.... W have limited number .
.booutllul ippclpM M. a
ly 1.m., 110.5 OWNIPJ "
i You can HELP yourself to the most outstanding .d. 511015 PS 14471.MP.MAN 01114.40. 8 144 X IM .M* prMlogo torbooting
pnd itoninoart M* ... IW.
( IHIPHIkO/AICC- holit.od T.... _....._ .11 of quality homes in top
For .,.. yso old, .
neVi blp. C.II J1I.2ISI j ACR* LOTJ, tolol prta Hit.
home DIPW..5
values 1 Id
I to hit Gainesville. 7 PMMINIATURI. II mln I tram Oolnotvlll. wllh oo- 1 1 Northwest Neighborhoods.
tI. COM to Lokp Altp now Iplnod ENGLISH SHEPHERD Lokp onto ,.. Down ppvmmtIM yi"I1. I4r
P.pol15 5114 .1Ie''". and _II. with bit. pt 111 por mo with,
P 1 ..:. no hi.t Mt, Fnano H-1 T4. 1,'
: DPchHwiw mopJoi. K l 0 r 1. I .1.U 1. i 1 rh"
AKC rag. 12 w'" old, block ft 14 Wllorfronf P".rty "'YI' i
Why Pay Rent? MOWN Wormpd ft "... fcodporm t td
Mot Hold III *m.1. 17p.Jtvfttt WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD pI r I '
J5Id, $71.CN51IVMA1. II". ......... lp.cl.l/.lnl/ 10 12,250 up

ill. 10- II .a5. ./4 I "yr.
Ua..1. I ..I. M. 110I.1.... OR mil
Won Hplgnio. Rl'i''i..htt IUMMIR HOMlAt
OWN YOUR HOME rlIoM 413.1111.esaoN : iMuth it twworaip RKror.Lprpo .
IHIPHIR .. Ikl I '1. CCi _.....
w old AKC r.*.ill taod4M33PI hy ",...1-, ,llrgp ",",_ Acppita ?
... kup tIN Xma1. MIc_* ppll ft liooh/ .../.. "1101R15rmaMl i Be eligible for
pftor I.N pr __. ..._, Wymto % ,
,....... Phono FR HJU: Llv' h
XMAS FUPPIII lady to to.Xrnoi. OM PI".
NOW! Per Month W"". Illvor ltd Apricot cpmlriicKid r 4
j lay pppdlpp, AKC .... Phpn tftMlmotoyonp. from .bulMlnt... 4r.3P/ mom ,
W114KITTINI room. 20' 141' kltchpn" tpllolpnd ti ,
65 Includes 105 CNII1TMAI ttarog roomp. Mov to your
MONTHLY t block port FwII lol tor low coot homing. Oolnoo,
11- 1144 _.... '51110.014prI554. vMp lpt CHIP." PPM Point Now nEXEMPTION !

PAYMENTS Taxes and 174003.. loqul,'.. 1..11I4I. 5/145 IUM 1_LU.. Coil FR P-30M lorLAKI

FROM SLACK !PoodlM' IDS tram Iwpokl 6CNIVA Imprpvpd lot.IM I6d /1f; 6
InsuranceMOVE to I yoo... ".. U HIta A ...,. to Ml K* y (ton
IN with Flton 4I>
...,I.M$4401.., Mon, 173-401. '

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WANT TO IUY I .....q "'.. 2611 NW 11TH A".. U. I
1 0101. 154 I Call 1140 1101$ 0101. 0511 1111 IIp.5E1. us ;q .
_Ir I 00 PM J-IOJI. M,. Lou 04015 (0910. |III m*. IIM $100 CLOSING .
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i II MMi.. H5Pw Se" IItel 11405 Ill I4l ""'"-
1 It. I bom. 'lorgp Florid* room.OUnwoonor .
.... ptlior Ktrpo.Clow .
12' WIDES W AIMcoito ..* HowoidIIM
., fchopli to. ownor IINl 4I

., MjeN ,,yt45s11..4W 2 BR under $4,000USE ONLY llth I MI1f lo.,f.,lS/n 3M-1M4.dnlown and : & MOO DOWN FHA

N OUR Unlv. Sy 1401. 3 ... I ...'" ,
RENTAL PURCHASI M 1 A IlL II.'It 111501. Pup.SH4
IPla 5172704 IIN.II m1. }
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-, ',, L5w10 Inn..fiON' dew40 *.yl""tOP 515 ., 2720 144. 30.4 $1. 101WllilsM
TOTAL COlT .... C"'oct Owls V 151.Isc
CONTRACT WILL II till '. "" .11_ 144$40M.
F.r .yr.lIswec... .0.1/1511.
,, Anprnor bMulltalMvrkk prtolnol k
'13n11. w .-...: ....... SEE .111.0 951111.5 III W44/14" from $7516INCLUDES
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN ...._ A'"* yaw docoroior'itavch
1.411 01111144T5A11 to IMP' hom by chpwmgypur :
wwwwwwwwwwwwwslw II IA' II color otftom now CollIxyd
Dot .,. 100 1 .lit I. .. _let. bufldor JT. 54IPP.ICINTLV .

IN BEFORE CHRISTMAS i1. i-! -.I."LIN...1444._..05 1154411OS. 94.440 rppomlod... and I INS*R. vor CChpmo.JN .

,...W 8 It. 41011 11 111'1.. 55.1414 .tI..:'..::.::., I' TAXES AND '
1. (Well p.y yslr 111..1115 W\\ witHIn 100 mil rodiu/ .f 1.41) L. 17. Anon lid, vu1.,1. 01.111. Anor pnd PA wop* pndfcMock.
376151SIN. ./71. II'" IIn M.
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lean 1.4 ....... M A
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NO MONEY DOWN ftllllaM. 1114 141/1-0 11.51. 276705 II 0.4 DIRECTIONS :

*"' $40411 941.5. otto _..._ Prort olWIITWOOO Drive West on 16th Avenue
Pr.. 378.1031FELARAS. 1454 505. to _51.11 *
$100 5..1. 5101 5.114 1540x11.III .

.n* NW" urn $1. 04.1.4. pr**. now I I*. I
P* |>IH dip" JsS., Mp.MOS55 bod ColQKlol. CoMrol A-C. lro*. AlA'

LOWEST FHA and CONVENTIONAL TERMS! A""II MOM..I. Irr.e IPACIChirM 5.PM Ol 14.11.5514054.1431114g Sill NW JIM Or |l. POT WALK TO SCHOOLS

MN/1a 1$11 ParI
M1M I//rinMM r 01.1.5N.M. flwdlp
You eon live In Gainesvlll.'s finest new home community. Sidewalks *X _,.. ..... rovs bum ..u$*_ POMno ,

paved streets nearby parks curbs gutters storms and sanitary I POPUP I OtHOOlNOHIMWklF ..*.*. *..l hw_271.oil*III.w0 II MM. Tor.IIVIPJ .

sewers street lights fire and police protection City water and TRAIIIR! SALE s.d 504.27 SR 114E Butler Brothers Builders

refuse collection Mefcalfe Elementary Howard Bishop Junior High' I,1 tn WOMP" **o* Hi 4.. 1114. 411..4 090. -
e"H ......... 3*m I.I.N1.Iwrw114 414a4
Community. Swim Club nearby Ironwood Golf Course I .. --. Iv 0/5.514 '
Y1 TODAY 55. 115/151 lOW 27.15 115. [ Cell7 372-9545 Ni5M 376-904I
tor p d, lhi ww PPM*!* y51 144 ... .1 5. 505 1555.
n* 14,55 yo* PMKV brtoW Chr 1051451 ,... ... O45rs 1It1II.
I1IIt M 'I $4

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BUTTS MOBILE 541 515. 4.4.5 4.41.Ia. .
I4 041,1 15.1. lei 1$0
t I HOMES I INC lOt ... 1"._ 10 to 141.
.. MM PlprtM ,. .M.
NW 13m II ot.-It. .
4M Not PI CB.> *"".. 07.5111 712745545/50 = 1 ii:' I
0.105A1. N5PW 114 5.45. 4..5..51.. 41111 Kp11.111
Village W I CLOSED IUII04YI 1411. 111511 p0/1. 511
Great : o"li .1415 WI 15 IlJl NI 155
IM*$I to 0.101.17)5114r5
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54. 511/1 15014 ll"r ;:._ 1N15w 1154 ._
511411 50115., ,5415 111. M 155114
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& Hth A..."... M.19. 5.55..1 1.911 14 01$0.141 I..5 54 M IIIWA 1514,1 5 515.5 ...u-n.;; :
hugh Myw05. PS tlJll M PR I *. OCOI. PMd. .. H4. HPf .
edwards NMM W-7971 f,r 5.5. '
_' III PH por m* PI IAOvll71s5
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Sunday, Dtttmbtr 13, 1954 Galll.lym.SUIi SO
IS Heytea tar Salgprlcg 15 H.v. _
for Isis IS HeMeet far $. IS Hisses fer his IS HMtai few Isl.Wt k IS H...... far Sel.IN -

RUT 0110Cr PROM' 1111100 Tau CAN UVI
reduced no commlukM.I > IR. I .bath home.1111'G.Central, heel '011I IA I .. O\U\ U. III I gN Y WO bo ..II''trnw,' NIiWURU. J Home
*. I "bathe kitchen equipped, boils In kitchen, carport Non5. l 5Ie.55 Ire,. U"Iu. "... LASSITERREALTY I 0550 Mr All. I ,11I. I both .NOUN far tele. by owner 51015 ce>h ort
PHA VA. HOI .... and 55005 wills $10. Pnas PR, at J70I$ IIW 71. PL Double ... '
or hi ism Tar ..... Call V_ $. ..., tan > on lions ot SMI down w110 -
Hug '__ ire 7t. en.THP.1I pen. $5000 LL.. peon. M0r4.Met. monthly' 172-'.... { / IEIRE
WANT HOW AT A iAVINOJr .1300 below FHA.. 1 ,11I. I 11II1 I AIR' CONDITION
eiitiaom, family ream, Cuitem home builder' mint ..... 10. 7111104 ItS 0000 FOR SALE BY OWNER
reduce .. Pl5. ....... LINI.w..4 ..... 705 11 NrSOllSltacln5
located W large amor .... .. of .. _.. ..
Jwentory eutlltf .. ... Choice 101051550 $5 016114 DIM 411 Coli PR I-4.UJ. 155 PMiettlon' by J. .
-- -- 4tyIOWl Njv. lecetlan, eut et way et fret.BUY S4U. Till POLLOWINA HOMES MUST -- I. Owner will take Jot mert.we. .
te ethoall' end -. <. Men5 40 new or .vr Irto II SOLD THIS MONTH TO MODERN irt444 or eat ot 111 Nl
financing. The Jemea '-_ I "Oil., ....... AIN a4. EASY TO QUALIFY FOR HOMISTIA D 101. $1
Phone in-MII. .......It... P40100105 0015 BUY XIMPTION FOR tttll New I IR I bath home with, ten. '

HUGS family room, S IR. I .bath, PS ..- .rr"'ad THIS chermlng S IR, | "bath home Mat 4 Air Card. Detune kitchen'
fenced bock yerd. comer lot 011. In the Flnley' area can .be ......., 4 IEDROOMS. I barh central heat Incl bwil' In renoe ft even FORDYCEFEATURES
heat petto sir ......, peal n...... HAPPINESS ft StRIICH tti lor only' .0111 down end Hot beautiful tvllt-ln kll ONI YIAR diihwMher' ft Diipotel' ",. et.tl .
benhlp. drapery rods built- In *" per month. Kitchen M ulp, ol. OLD ..... II Ml down. ammo living erea elui douhie ,or_
chine cabinet. many entree git Tl I ISTSlfXli"INC Lovely Y''''. The CUT et .... r0,15 1.55 51M 1103 p. 0th .IOGw..Y CONSTRUCTION CO.
per me. I50 *. PR _II. no Dear at .,...... Cell" now ta toe. Nod t'ft L ... gutlllylng, MOVE 7/1.4.31 M 17.....,. '
Nl 11th Stme. I IN.
01" n5ry lur,,

Wilt $.... 0330 .nd VI p. I W. n pi, ; I Toss you ten own thli' ettrecttve I bath w-lg family room. Northwoit Met tq. ft, IIVho lit 1R. Location. I !br t hath,MILLSIOI, .
ar will rent ttr III Camjair. COM eft .* ::. 111.10351,
per me. I bath Cl .home hi one tiLMt with titrectlvt teperalt din now .. heel
Phone PR tin*._ .bMroam", I bam, fully alrcW Nl location for only UN down _.. Nt RvalHying. MOVI INFINLEY ft aIr ray.. plut attic '.,. Her* =II In ft IR and fam' rm, SPOTLIGHT
1an4.. iVkSy even C H and I
U WV IT ... range HIS WEEK'S IS ON
end ISO month. Comer wood noon, foully with old
per W
tee. I both CCI .hou XW tot SIM equity' and a* .1. m0at" I1W" *" Fenced .back yard letter colt AREA 4 II I path brick ..... Ig $N. wan even, low down pevment. No qualify
'" paymentt' al IW par .... \011II. lot new to lee. en ojuMrt deed end ttreet. Control dliliwoiher dlipwal' rot,... Ian. ing. Call Pordrce SM-IIM. GAINESVILLE MINIATURE
May .ba lam at 12* NW ..m IY OWNER I IR, carport IOP hoot. Nke yerd. Only 1700 down oc._ Street I Mock long, no SOUTH WilT
Ova. Phone :3T-W4 altar S PM X lOf. ahady tot Roar fenced te gutlHiod PHA buyer. ...IIIe. Fletcher lullt efl 1005 Hot ee a). 4 br I oath .luxury RACEWAY
N.., tchooll, ft ihooelng. Ml UNIVERSITY leiM. ant sw md PLAppraitad tons In Mitt private .lecetKvn.Large _
0120 .1 MIN CB Excellent ..awlstill. el 007 W. U5ly. Aye
1nmthly. Sr.n HIGHLANDS I IR I bath Hjroom. $25.400. will
tulll M rente ft avan .Oulty. m. N.W. .. ._ cleaett. delightlul fireplace.Florida Hove Wen fkd elf Pooch .5 ;;
Choice SIVMO. iitf en
40,00. IS" ... 11J.U67. sail for $23,500 If sold he. room, Only tot end -v yen r* yet
NO CASH Pay Ilka rant REALTY MOVI IN. : ::
tore Dec. 3 lat. $3500 termi to Mill. Call .. VIWe. C ville'l Mintefurd RecewevF for idg thrill gf plod ..'
XI par ma. lilt II M Ave 314 MODEL NOME CLOSEOUT
Jolts New three bedroom, two lull both IDS N. Main St Ph. V>41SI pis DOWN I ". 515.cast. down raoion, I near! the IMAOINIA 1 rt't the piece M |e. The p f ncnteg If Inrernetienelrecine.

bull'.-. modal. General Electrw, W M Moo,., Reelter Only $17 : ..! 00,00150MClu405 money now! Owner, FR 6* iporkllni I !br 11_.. CIOM. teKhoMe a Poncho, Ferroril, Letul, Cebrel drd lightIng -
'UILDU'I MOOIL, built'in even and range, Cl can- Anoi S. I. McLoughlln, Frank 11555 I 4swoncs 1 large "let low ....., I far Hid teed' thru the hairpin ni Jew the peek
larly' Amarlcan I breraomi. > 6671IY
detlgn. Soil. Roy McCann, T. C. Doug- U I both III 55.104.00. NOI' .
hooting Re/3 01
adaptable te air con. varlouo method! ot financing A Mralghr./ If c0 won't meeting fe the demo
hill yeyr up
Iwa "baiht 61 built- ditlenlng e pemlve ......... IMMIOIATIOCCUPANCY well. _.. "
Fully Vault R'sIN
1 lendKaoed lot OWNER IR I bath' asil agree
in oven and range Cinlral ftoot. tiff 4 petition moJificetion eiolvlcgj It pun tor the e.kfng. y
deep a tor SIUOO. CHI Foryce
nog only
MOD'100 down down FHA VA, .tin in .par par _month tII.M. per month. Or. MM down down VAi ,H04.... SWIMMINGPOOL MAKE CALL AN OFFER' NW II en Ave exert., Wootmerlend..II.... Torraitflaort. Avalsebie < SH-IJ, 1 TI, sod s Urge Meek .! fiigh-gerfotmenct gprlent to In

... mi 374.7tn Hutu inwarm 1101 per month Includn, te... end Call FR t-rni lor appt. FORDYCEft the pita. After yen ted the mee'el kifg en otupley et
Inc Nl lith it and Mill "... CMlng' Hugh I"' .m. Inc Of. 378-1521 IUY NOW PROM SUILDIR5.. the rote wey yen'II oertglnly vent td add et leeittne
II" so "* '.lit' sod "* *** coolly complettd. home m SW M.Ioro / et thtm te lelie eicallent
eojulpe em fife
3747071.NORTHWEST. .
PIC,. I IN. I .bolts Fla. room SPACIOUS I MMII (... .... RNIIS, ? Clewtt' I tul tile baths many REAL Grace Pordyce Reellnr ..A- Idee for soy meld en >eur lief 7. Open pcetlcelly till
fancad. PM* finance, m par ma.Law OANESVILH'' home bedroom with 1IX1T Ivy bath SWIMMING ma.eonry w.... I. (Rill I ........ ._"teIf birch kitchen' cebinott, Of deluxe Dick leaks ESTATE CONSULTANT Froncet Hough the time, the recawey ergenliet re el en Weeliidf

dn 442l"eymt.. 12M Nl lain PIFR LOVELY eats treat"tree ..."., pool, Located. In the NWtectton ...". 4,104505 even, cooker top hardwoodtloort Sarah Onuldn "..... Renten day sod Sundey htflhft et I, mi /11 0.5' never dnyihgrfg
> wc.llent naloKberlwod' T'.. lull ..,,,... the city MmIre. lt|. tat In Rntrkted Aria.NOW 0. C. Gay Dudley. OnulnmT t* thote wh. etrop In |* vetch the rgglnf.
FOR SALE I If). I bath com.pletely J bedroom I bath Dome aiw' This It m. exceptional buy .... 04 .
.1..1'lS1': NW
fenced well 1 lendKapedS3M hie laroa ..... room it JWK wider I
down ta.M per ..... glut tl,,ll, alr/ ron4/10r.oe. end Only It To.oulrrmentl 121.574LOVELY M built,St.m S kitchen'IR. ,S bath.S car"cat.. .nnr., P RRlsffPRESENTS Welch for Neil Wdtk'i SPOTLIGHT

,.. ft kit CHI PR etui arFR art MM down and I bedroom IVfc bo"''. tplll Ivy new end you pick. Colors
eriM.I S1". .*. Drop "by .' call 401 1..1 I rnas5ry Nerve Ncat54 IIIIfto 372-8404 Many added teeturet-trg. lei I
MM Drive. 37HJM.IW .
IR I bath. $110 NW eih Ave IIW 1oct1M lull 11411s Ifto PtVf IEDROOMS twa bathi. M
Law down pay). V) ..... Na avail-, .lIy 11..11. ONLY '".Ut with' "..... end available m one 07110. LARGE commercial' toll for tutor t AMUSIMINTS .. DININCIA DIMINO-BANCINa "
Iy''... NORTHWEST I 1701 DOWN. lull'In range dlii>o .l, .....- leate en Main St Nl ar sw

MARY MOELLER, REALTOR ...."'ul brick front (Florida I MUGS I fiery frame 4 bedroomhome waihert new control gat fired ,Area.......Will Shorn erect by building 00Nlnlmtnl te bull WESTMORLAND Almr.it, new !orlrkfront / SOIlING" I t. II. MS, .1 LORD BYRON S COCKTAILS
lOlt W. UMv Ave FR 4441Oelnmvllll furnace Ovarilied lot withpleying
with I Ueeattig porchn .K.ceted homo with encloted heatedIwlmmlng PALM IANES
0.00,0. .
4.m.-5w 5rm1
Fll. LOT. el 114 NW I "_ .room far children, pool en ellrectlve land.tceped Open every night. for interment DUTCH TREAT
Three lied,...... plul ONLY : your Cherooal
torn ,
huge Slak Room
I .lo y frame In naarby town, lly room, tulll' .In A E. kitchen SI4.000 with .700 DOWN. 04004 ally. iO5s C.n TOM W. ".0'1'. P* 11311er tot 1 hedroemi. I .baton from I A M. to I A.M. 180Z W. Um; AvgOPEN Cocktail Hour t Irnergetboard. -
nectodi "Metceife and 100Nea5011e1 m It 7 t
.( termi. lotPithing with lots David Hunter ... built kitchen unl'" New FHAfinancing Free ....Ie.,
17 KM Good Shady of furniture ll.lh torn*. contort L. nunery ..
per' .
Drive ( 24 HOURS A DAY the avice el I. Dene.mg
diitrict by 11M ta .
leke nearby. Call Main' 1 '"",""* >r....'a>t bar Twa NEAT S bedroom Muss on large Hit S. Man Home It NE IS St. qualified buyer (tot Wtida lid 7fteue. .
I A .
M. well ,lentftcapfd 101 "hut 314 mile Nf ISM T. ... then colltor - -- M hi the mu.ie et
it M full
Bah/ait Central bathi with' colored fixture. from ealnetvlllo. OWNER WILL u. detain and appoint.5WNER WISTWOOO AREA. 4 bedreoml, BILICATEUIN POOOSMICHILOI Phil II."" .... emf hli" letinelrtt _
MARY MOELLER, REALTOR heeling. air condlllonlng' FINANCE. ",..t. McKINNEY I'* bamt 1 large Hying room w Ihflrep PUNLAND ON TAP IMI S. W. IJIh It. FR 1141ADVIRTIIE .
IOI> W. Unlv ..... "" t-4471 :.0:1:=. Complete landKap I n WANTS ta carry the H.nenclng ece wall. te well carpeting Amuivmenl CenterOamee CASUAL ATMOSPHERE
to Rots flrtlProm
Otlnnvllle Fla. 000. C500nlct to UnCoccueancy GREEN IN
In end living with TH'OIN'
dining room
Olrlw, and 00,01.10., 110/1.1. en mil maeanrv three the Ago et I to etFRIf Schooner Room
I IK I .be,... '1.. rm with fireplace 1100 down VA. John Merrill bedroom, two bath .houw hut DEATON operate itudv and lovely' family ADMISSION ft OANCI m
... utility m. C.etrol I ..-, PNA. Nut E.lew ._nd Ifto poorr h.0 "lnloy .room with "..".... An ettroctlvt MH writ Univtn, Avg. !I22JW, Unlv Avg OltlCTORYOINIMaMUSIC' i
hMl I car carport. Lai log- 01,01 Inc. 11..1971. Realtor School. Hardwood strip" "..... REALTORS I itery home en an acre tot.LAROI .: .:..-
HITS'. NW location M.r tlam.tchool entitled garage, fully equipped OININOk Per A Dinner' Or Snack *
Ph FR 4 Mel MULTIPLE LISTINO titchen, la optional, comer let ACCENT ON( VALUE FAMILY Juit the home.fireplace Mean. Or SanriwlcheeIn
1 M. I BATH Cl HOMI -Con. PHONE PR M t4 a Mdnau, I bolt'slolly. 70010.
with itvaoeK
treet and pave- .II tin kKiiien intieweod Dining' Room Or ACltb
the '
heat II Jso equity, Peel ASSOCIATESMARCILLA ...t.TIIIANQUIL In living .... .. Control ITALY IN GAINESVILLE
It "',. 1 IF. I bath CCI luit School, S I R. t "bathi HUMPTY DUMPTY
take up aavmenti PAP.DI heel Nicely londtcoped let In excellent
eopro Dine' !by ttndM ght In the
under fnaiilve
hama Oak parquet floori 111 1 1 1caramlf "4 O,. with, Homaiload l.. W. H. 'UCK"ANNA"VIIIINON letting "'. room Kitchen combinelien wotllldo .location.WIMIERLY :101 NW IJIh SNOT /. GTNERAl. GAINES
tllad betnt. entries...- ....,,101I, MU NI Uln Tor. PULWOOO made KISS en 01en acre in central heat only SllWO > tul etmeipKert et H"ytM.NAltO'1 -- ""*-
City _. ...,. RISTAURANT ; "plllA STiAK ROOM
KIt'II Orecleul
Ml ((out tloraoe I kitchenfully If "mtereilM/ mawnry Can bo PHA financed ESTATIS. AmMt SPICY
write Mm newS
Orubei Open All Day Saturday dance control heel, four bedparquet Vet .. Eleniet, M ...... PHI. I
equipped with cook top. H4 Mlddteten' Rd. Jacttonvll. thould Mvettlgete btttrtyou bedroom 1 bath' cenlreuy heat.ed V""II" Irony wth 010.105 Featuring u Pwmg end Chokgneeki
wall ..... dlipotd Ow. w... fOR SALE IY OWNER I IR I 00100,5 4071 ""'. """I.... bu. CIII FR "'I'. end elr conditioned name enlarva and ether .."..... ,to".. Path te muihroom te loMter InUrn prenared te vnur tone
dryer L.. 0005 Mioded car !! !HERE !IIs bath CCI Ideolly' iltueted. 1 Mock -... Shewn by ... 100 0 MO M, full o III SIN Htwtherna Rd. HI PM.Vlettg te lull' your ._"'". ea our open Ko4rtn Hoi day Inn
nor lot In choice" NW location Ila from J. J. ,", etnoot et N5 palntment' only. DUPLEX kitchen ...11.. Cloud Mandeyt."HOMI"COOKIN SHELLEY'S )72-e82 teM I W nth 8' PR "_ ..
5100101 1,010 oc....." I tu.r now nal, talus. I V I bath C.H NW 7th PI 1. May nke teaturaiPlreoleco DM.01 DOWN and ..II... will Slop Leek A good buy with FLAVORChicken lit W. Unlv All
I ihopolng aI..., lala by awn- t A{. .tucI,. llmwece, .beautiful beokthelvet elr condltloner pay PHA elating emit en either el good Income ll/INt per Me. SLACK ACRIS. Traditional bedroom ItoO COCKTAIL :...
,.. floen huge" c,_,., on a large Ml50 I ............ Sea Food SteaktCempieie .. _Ave
10010051 I.
5r. 9ooSroul low I" Nr end 'ho .. ReaMniMpriced we 505 Fully fumiihed/ Oood gen.ditlen S "bath home with living' ,.. __ :...-
cant In'....'. Call 371.30]J arJ7J17DI lendicapM lot EacollaNano Cell 3)4-5774 for loot.MOVI located In. NW end the ether SE. tnd ttcciion Muit bo room teparato dining room, family from IS PMI'.av 0'1' LOUNGIS *
.. and tow down poymentFOROYCI You have choke of .. WIN wilderreaienable c5 from ? AM tq e
tar 110I. dwardll ttll conlructlon Sold by J. I room with fireplace attractive Sanitwthee. Ire Croarn ..
NW :M Dr avtnlflgi.. ar weak t ASSOCIATES IN FOR XMAS. Newly .. block\ or hi.,.. New ..... endrefrigerator etiert It would' pay guilt lit .IIc....... Central heat.loll. TOWN NOUN RISTAURANT ROOTBEIR '.'$" '01 Prewntt
and REALTOR d000ral54 .co".t Mltbrheed. In ana _... you ta Inveiiigato before 710 114 IW llh Sf. A 0 W STAND THf CYPifll LOIINOI
0'74 W. Unly 3747234 Mt .uRdlyIsle. .. nc.r 501000115th ... twf NW im stII talk Atmoeifiert Mt
Furniture' con be purchoMdfigure buy COD FR .Ml>. III1IVU" 4Cn NOW W. Mute
IV OWNER J I* CCI larranaftoort _'... TtN bdro10. I A M. It JO PM.LARRY'S.
Ouam, old. nr. co...... 00,105: bath In both N S wry 005555500 5105 0011010* ScIudlollIWO iii 1101 eautlfuly DllferentDrlnti
,Irg tcroened patla 007orb concrete Large living Paved 00' OollMllmitt. ADVERTISE IN TIlE AI yeei Lke Ihemtnai
No qualltylng' Oood termi.Mary You coot go wrong 3.S ACRES city
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Irg VIII. built Intneck room wperete dining room Nv .
HIM NO CITY TAXI$ tmi it FR aterex-
Moglltr tor Ml CO month tolelpayment the .Meal In N W. (
"bar avan it renge. oneprlvata Rgaltor porch and ..,. Priced et lit. per Joel area tea- '
road at null laka cut 101. W. Unlv. Ay. PR' ....n 101. 0.- 405 100,115 404 Mans !. Put thtw en lion for a beautiful home Lett from UHOOO. SERVICE DIRECTORY ADVERTISE LN TlTs"
Ida city. v.ry ..._.bl.. PR a0r5en/u.. Pls I It avalKMt ted.,. Cell ALA your lilt I Plenty of treat end privacy, 117. Woot Un11y 1000014Or1N ,
family homo hi Waldo. 37.,... .,. T. Smith, Reallor. City hmIts Sod an. $50054 .
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UP PAYMENT an 4 IR 11'..! vilut te .be found tnywnere road Price' It rtallilll Invxllgite -
I both .Naps 45102 Nl inn Ire evt. Sat. ft Sun at mil tine properly befort LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACIOF
Tar. Ckna to Khwll and ....... rear of Waldo J,. High. att-mi. FRED .1I1or? you buy CHI. PR Half."

I Iwdraom homo with LARSf Pier- odtolm large" family room tn REALTOR PMyo Mtlftl_ Inns Sunosll J. Prod Ouy Jeyne lutterwerth M. w..... 00015al.5 0,40501 CALL 37M41I.
Ma _mem Sal fireplace garageeeoeratl houie. 'pertlally air cord, opt. A. W. fleece I INevil ..,. Cal J. W. Devil H. J. WIIIMllrg arelyn: n Pneley Mary ParrlthNl
41101110054' corner lot. t'.1II ef iloraga, I tike faKhool Klrklond' SoS 5,1010 Multiple Hating II Pint If Tel. inu/S _
'eraga AND ......... We think 372 122.. 010111 1753171Por u
the price It I .bargain at III.lot 10901,110001 to 100 5/11, I 104 j tC *tct tCt tCtSt .j
.nd onY Min/ will .be NnllNrsd LOVELY NEW I IR Home soon 0..51 0,000. wilt, 10Sdweod N55r5
If Mid, Immediately. ,.. PR, leekng' Newman Lake underconiirvction. and PlOds room en booutltullylandKaoM
eMIWarnar. luyer may Mioct/ let Priced et 119000. I II
deeeratleni. Acre let Financed' ,
W. Wewmen.Realtor with Mog down payment and ell
tin N. Malt It _I.',_ey owner Cell FR 4-5144. per month te ...111101 PHA buy


FINLEY AREA Lovely new 4-IR Home m Male, UNOBP. IM.004 !

FHA FinancediMutlful Oerdent S'* mL I ot coma on 1 badraomt I ..._ 101 I 141
I 5540.05 .... M0. 441 leeullful wooded km> for tool 101. Ponced beck ,.... IwMellon .
aroundafteoarate la/... will negotiate ...ict. Drive Central hoar with own.Ing .
dinlnf ream surd any 110... 17M334 or JTS- window end Inmlatod etlWPevad iI

'.mlly _m etroet .peld. for. CIR I
Central Heat 1521 today tor aoNllhn.t.INVTMINT .

visa Gladys Smith Realtor M PROPERTY (5, i

11M W unlvareitY, *... Let rent from one et theM S bedroom i
hemee help' for .
I IR .houia, well la well carpal In pay property
11v111. ........ 5051 Oewn 10.5sv' SPACIOUS hi good future butlneu ta i
0.1156 W. Nivo Ills 00,004 St
payment a* tee per ma.Na 4-1 NW Cl, Awning' w'-' ". cent. Sit.100 end another it '".7'',
...11", ... Immediate occupancy .,.. A{. Double ....... PHA Call as M. ._,_t. i
Will "... fumltvrd far S14.1M

5100 avtra or phona COM JTJMOi Inajulr on 1U1 pramliaa Mfd NR CAMPUS ARNOLDREALTY $ I

1:1: PI. Anytime I SRI 1* "bathu like, NEW '.101II. COMPANY G i SmPRT $flfllq.: SHOP HERE

IUY NOW AND WORK OUT THI Pam. ""oO ..... mv U*. ,...., MaH1.N 4.15110. 14.100
DOWN PAVWINT rr me W. Univ. Ave. VMMAieacleleei
Jane Celdwell/
"0400.551 haavllv wooded late
New conilructlen. Throe LITTlWOOO Jim Shepeard lob Kalkmen,
now and four bedroom ana and two CI. 3 5I.. I bath. 004/05 kllcMysltl. Welter, Itodrlont) Jimmy. .rea5 iJ

bats 0104105k1, front .. III., 11105 115W. Gifts Gifts
tonleli' In Weitwood I.'.'.. GIIII for GIIIa Sun's
i Wail lao at to N.W......1.II'". All ...icto. MARYMOELLER FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY I tJ r for Mom [ Ior Dad 'Tho home DaU IJer

13th Place Cell I7143U dally or ,
374400 "Ih',, Par to* duality' warkmemhlp

ASS YOU MOVING TO OCAlAt cell 0051, = .tII= :: Y.or1A 100 N Mks iA.
Nice' homo In OCal1.I.. ,.. 3R.. REALTOR I72-IMI (. hero GNltttlattob' 1, .root M N4' Are her Chrlttmet dreoml mull. Christmas r
I ...,.... near J,. coluao. alemaniery GAINISVIILIUPHOLSTIRr HANDYMAN PD 41107 Tort TAC KL 1050 / cat eneer A plena Sac ttmt
tcheoll end txm. center Oil W. Unlv. Ave PR 44471Member $1e C/a5/1/ka/15 N 1. Unw Aw N Ion It, L0 N 5. 5.0110 S7wNS 05511. iw010
On. large lendiuptd M will, Multiple LiltingAtaeclelel CHICII WITH CNAILII ten p-> ceil SPIM
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trene for ilmllar' home MO.p 1101 NW. IM M *. ..m001gt5 p.o. ie> ;u.
ew111S Price range from I. W. M.II.asIN K4.tNCtaI4 Pole letlmetei-PUR ap bbd .....-......--.......-...
lis MO to He. tot cm McKinnayOrpan ; May ehoren wrent -sty- leautlfut. pal et tempt French EarlyAmerican Pro. .5g11rt1w/51/STgeqRlqrNt'1 G i I f t
'Realtor .,1-3."._ _Helen' lelyeat_ PitNs I'lt' H. 05,14 a5gMNtS
vinciei Italian' Provincial.' Prketfrom

STORM 'oirt(11I'1. co.ft 1170 W. ........WINOY'S Avw PR, $7074 /111I1HUII ts 9s tie el" i

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-. Wall Mirror 14" St"Pint U n>e fee eM far .nn?
And Business ITOVIR CANDIEI rand dad your .iheK of fret S"0 N ten* ,Idle a dell /.....,. i
Will S DRUO STORIBO "'' Pite-gieee Wreath with a O'"t C..." .<., from Gets
W. Unlv. Avg FR 14171, or 0'" wrap letPIHlburgh HUT 'N HURL MAU1Y SALON i ..

P4.. .. Gleet, fa. See CiaeurHattafi 4USS8L
for Tha feet Sal 114 N. Men "SWIM*' '
Broker Snal INS p400 .M ..................'..**.....
Mortgage KooflnflC \s55015 1'.55/lesNfll'.115K11RI i
ail ma arrouoriet te ADVERTIbB IN THE
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4.r 111W In 7.01. IeIS L CeMroctor HAJUtu.L )1$ II 05* W.5.Sw1. 000X31 4.7, KIMIaLL. IAIDWIN IOWREY SERVICE DIRECTORY l
O""or.U ennmincet New

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Don Byrd Pn 176-37 4714 Have hmch 140 Gl for Ca. a I ;

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current .... lame te Congo Doors AYNt .SM. C&.tIImGI or r. a
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N. Mob .... /5 1.40 I egt deer treuewtI CW LOOK ALIKE' PAJAMAS .e. .. i
AM. or trier 4 .. Acyr00y fruit Cakat gnd Pound Coketf
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LOANS TELEVISIONFRTQUWT78E'loPTtTMT.1A 54005, ft ledueauea. tilt .*4MILWNrSM.hNoI b. turf t. litid gift fir .Yf ry... .. your Hit.

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II ... ..ry ... Mo I Veer warranty. teeualRecoMtttlened -1./) ::" It far tree 'daman in me*. >moo'o gift list ,h.t'. ,",. .. * >>
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111V 4 $3 at $100 .r less with the selling price stated I. the etL M for ads .'

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carMrt sip to-.d V oe" Me"i ity ... IIa 171-4& eoip for ant !. __ 1 Ift. I battit, cant. but built-In.kitcnan
J,. CoII.., O' M.to.nt High' Iortut ", Downtown Contra boot I AC.. dranor. mirror I largo cnnt, .
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r_ all.6Jo ...... .. ..... HOMeS POP. 1A1' '''''NO.NiW''tiAIII APIS tar port Coil/ loMifor P-tollf. bod kmorwlng mot-
...... mont for ""I.... prtporty .. ttUniv. I k I oodroomo II tern M.AM I /-, flip/ bails t.rrcoP. far rant I1H. peP 'mo.Ptwno in 171-iut pir ma or I1J.It4. .bookcow...... ISO sprIngs, M..vtilp 1 0ev'0oIt
HOUSR I w-Innh. PR HTM.M5.
Avo. II krtoroilotf C*' its ..... Smell dOiot peUcst.osolibly floort modorn furnllur Only 'um
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Co.tpw. 'bI'. 071a.. 178 en' mAMIPSALPH Now CCI I __ was bells. 4it Nl ;m ... pea ,. -- IUILDIMOnlty ol II ronmtaWo, ol....
P0005y SISM, II W. II acres cast *l "'_111.I Low d.t II- Ijs.I.Si IIW NW 36'ft It Avo. FireS ClouOtllc .... sedreused eonsin s InalaS. ?
seanna? "Iv. Ay. I1HIS. H.'. bIts T.?. YOUNG FROFIUIONALI 0.51StI base 1ttI- I befit uctoroish.ad. 11. W. _. Air nnd.. oMv. plot. PI. coioro ft typ : House to
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IN THIHP.VICI 'I.WIftavis ; '; .lnrli.r P.50It tee'Univ. .. .:::'. AIISOLO SSAI.TY tar enol.. ....lUsts CM f F. 44M vlllo/ tun, or tail Klniiloy kok REMEMBERA -
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1 Bedroom 1 Va bothi. 921 OmiCTORVI W. Untv A... PU ..4d1OsInSivulls. eld pliste ft bois III'. 5735022. V' ,,, 234l: colloc./ .... n"to. I A CU
NE 5th Place Nw .. 41-1 COLORIO KINTALS 0.1"' 'uo. CHt, A B\A5TgPrigCg.! !
__ 5.551 p.arty naw I iS I bells.plenty 54 BtalpMi lontoliWONOIP.FUL A
Ranch Shill with i Westernfireplace 1* lumldttd oportnwtt I cko.t Ce. S..t.luis.Is vacancy
and Inild. bar. 04 ..,..._ MWI In LOSEIN101I NOW RENT INC Mocki from CMipno Avoiioolon I. ci.. C =.. ...i.Ie 011 oE/dTen heavily 65 Alltl.....

make offer SHADOWLAWN .t.rtatttd paOPOrI COIOMD vitro nvjoorn I US dopto .,..... vmu alter I '.M. or dining, ,...... tory .Iet/ ltc.lInOit FTRIALE tr.v.I" Mn! ., NIII.... b.liIi' COSTS YOU MO i
btcu. an ISTATIS .now oportmontt. lorgo Itvlnf and lit 0011. alA tor Cord. NW ItctIOll Only a Nw elM.. at- LAS GIi ontlquo/ drotior, booumu/
It this IM! was to bo .5.prsnidPseacro.ctilcUo'ileI'ctl ..... moo rn kltclion wii lilt ,1111II. tee rest aslla dooply bovolod, ", I...,. '
want to move dining CAMe Univ. er ., ..
w. .. D. OLIVER I'" opt now builnoti/ contor.FMON1 pub ris/auSille .'..." On
fan, eros atorogo CMMtt, lorroto distinct nO 372-288. than the oil that
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.. l Itym For You 1Cladyi or ond Ml wator Mere IKIII AVAILAILI D... 3lit. I bodrawn, P151st .'.2277. I coo romP nou C WAarnd000sspa. ANTiault I plot Amorkli
Open for viewing 3 BRand e Will planned lining inn Smith Realtor flop lor mAMA, and -.no sIr conditioned _'. Oft ,......1_ T_ ThVr. I ... Call /GhR MorII" "011'.. ,*.... toe oorvico In ....11...' will r.nt'IUHer's |
2 baths Brand ntw ftullly "'....1.1 ft workmintfiio \m W. Unlvonlly Avo.Ycir'ft MVOd -t. M N I. Sill mont. war UIllY. I Mas C..... .?. 571.tel4 _III.... A barium, ot till. Mr.
a Sir. eon tor oppolntmonl VI ..... L.... SI'quliad Corlton, ttHOO.
tonitruttlon or Adults eoly. lit sam I
well. H atpupils.
with superb tie oc_ Proves 5 5570 375 1$?. .... C.. 571.lnUOP 6.ROOM HOUSE IOU ( $Iw7 : "l':
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3815 NW 8th o A community you would be ,..'vr. low I. int5 NvlldIns.' ANTIQUES POP. IALI your
throughout. proud to Pica In .". 37d3M.Moose's tell NW tift SI. 1111I p." tire. Cell t4srotlsit. hey.ire .. S4fNSOlNAve. .
Avi. Orbs WisP on N.W. Pit ASIOCrATII INC 44 Cottages for SassSMALl. I lit .1, condition/ opt, PU, .54JI PR, 42641 Sr .. ,. Mush AiIiqu.s ins the .....'1... CI COSTS
AvC pail IM Ol n Iprlng m.ttrxcllwi. "P.IALTOHw S oil oloo hllclun, I Mock/ Iromcompm Swnrel. urturt. ..._ 10, ant.POSDYC5 pa, 6.71St.lOANS nouMnoW ...Ina./ .....111.. from vacancy
W. have lets *"' Univ. "!.'" fURN. COTTAGSSMIleSa Couplt. till,. Pilots 571.24t. I ASSOCIATES 'Ne. .
lot iW on lott.F w '/ tor woW/si/ ....,... -. HOW oIlico ato" wllh moving, Into ....11. hou.. Will YOU EVERY DAY
Ion .1 (OK. 100.Ntw II ACPII ot Paris I.... For In.tormllM lilavn.t ,.... SuSa I. Uo''.. A.... "REALISt 576.1334H1CS ......" at ..", 175 NW lOrIS Soil" ono ol two ontlduo bodroomouitot.
call 471.Jlil odor T:01 _716 sei. f2f W. VnIY. A... 1121 sat' .... P/let's PS, ,. Tlbor ",.,It cinntnboil
PM. Could/ bo .bou.ht In I ft 46 Unfyrnhhod1 Apt S lit Suu.*. .ov. "Mr/S./ 02st. no* bed, Clash I'..... and IleaSM. N_ grannma, OK. Solid/ walnut high Mad.
Ie" ......
JACKDEYOTRtfliltrtd Brick Hornet 41 Punished Apft. I lit DU"LU .5l/i. / .5lo 13. 17.tivafy ..Ig5. 111 II 1111 ... PlIant SMALL 51.idiOllle It board bed with louIsa, ttc. Myra
.,. acre IrKlfc wit with llvobU palMed It 4.5.50. Will n 4.5417 ate, 4 r.NI. DAN BYRDA'lit.$260 old Sand Oslo .nondojulltt.
BrakcrASSOCIATES InSropHon t.uNAppvoo. 1' BR Irallar. no child.,, no 1>.'" ..... to, tad rna. IN.I ItMLARCI ; T'ov.... cvrtftln rod for IF RENT: YOUR LOSSIS
.. NICE 5 lit CCI lieu. Tilol HaitI.en .
PetterHeisists inn is' W.ior tumlsI.d ..,Ita of I window Oil
P acres willS' I isoleS unIlSacrItIcs / Sal' 7* Ardor ".. ,.... >,RIK NW Ills II. ....., corM' 10' 3423 N' I !, nOt.UNUSUAL.. Minting ; PER DAY IS:
,.Ic.. ..- SIC I I*. Ml, oqulp-I Sod A... P115115 17"11. Jt lusiases O"ti"R".o' ;

I I ft 4 bedrooms, bull).In Slid, a L*. Kit, wolor "' .... 151por pol .duI... .. C.Wt-XM... hoal.: lI27 IWm Its lit '.rn. Huiaa. .111111./ / lots.eic.pt SALE
on wipmw uf. Mtt VA Mown see an.M'EILU'IRREAL ..'.. 1 laY Illli Chris Ston.Immttt ,.,"'.,. FHA Iron I7H MARY roq ( rl Coll/ PP., HlHIf.lull.r n" Dupi... Kll. Porn, Near me. tins cll..I.. loclu"/ ro.1 Authontli Alrl... s.d Ailo.ta
H.ll w.r __I clotlnf' ceo... "/If W Unto./ A... .." 044H 1J0Iy. $10. ... It Iota .W. lilt an.72'" or 172.2191 .I.to wON hwy troil.g.' piantyas w.o_ co....... cur. sos p. ..... ,, 11." ... flY
Colnnvlllo/ '1.. Oardan Apartmmtl Avo. or ptlalis PU .701:1.: A..I.bII" p."" ", An u..III' IIn. lilt.Ing I. colioct" on woitLy.Roowvoit
I Capital .yU....., I... Ono ond two .bodroam fum.Ittiod CLEAN 1.5 bidresm. bllctionwalpirad end poarsit Olal.?. .onaMlllono" / Oponolly. ... ..
Ph.. 171.2511 .. ...... W par '1.11 ptr day
N.W. ln. FiKt ft MIl stresS 4] Celwtd Prop.rtUXUACRS ond onfiirnlthod ill Ctoue bOlt MARY MOELLERn REALTOR Including until

OPtn Mouli DAilrEverything tWIrls .tot_ hoatlitfpool 47 Hisses for test run.FUP.NISHID Prior PP. t-jTU._ lot, w. Uo,.. .. PU 1.4171Oainnvllio II r M. W par .... .. UN por day
125 NW lIsle Sr. sIr seoiditl.ai/rg/ twlmm/r5/ 909 NW 6nS St.
C.. psatl Sr ".,,... WOODED LOTU a P15.,
ono Mock from PC. 49 R...... IM lntLO
j sit H." Nursit.r t31 III. MaclluU. Vango Ichool. From Sloe p.mIIaOaOIIO. N>UM tor rant *)S buimtu opportunity Ph. 372.0300 Ml par m*. ., .54 par day.

12. dawn. 13. manlilly.PtIn.s ,Usurvn yours sorot Coro mo. I in I kotn. II MO C 0MP0 R-T-A-I-L-I''''DoifW. 7 ocrot ol land. with pn ntobllinotf "H/STOSiCAL/ ANTlQUn
(71-7170. nor I tatti Avonug and Slit Ton ol town. Ptionp FP. KIM.W Room w. .lovotonr ond Iclattlt. I bu.l_ otrvlco .,.,..... tm.cltrut CLOSING suP Colliclons Islets 170 par "'Oo .. ttrj par day

1..._ TtUStIIWLY Ml lOtn An.Irui-SIO. CCtturn. In prlvalo" horn*. HoutoWAP.M ...... room. for Wailer Orlolool Mn.tu, .poat000inlIS.
is ADVERTISgINThESERVICE DRCORATia, ho... WO ....'h. .." kNp'n' rl.IIIII', loss. HW lId court loco'..... All for quick II''. auorsdited owned .hy .Doll.5tlte.oilaA 171 par ..... .. ..It par day
AFTi. CoIo lISt, or FP., 1-4351. Avo. Would conUdtr right kino oltroM. Jotocon. .... Lw
DIRECTORY "logo ttudantt and coul"/ wit. falling due t. Illnoto olownor. ,.... Pinto.. 0.0. A. Joc.... IM pr "mo. .. Hot pw day
out. cnlMran protorborry ..... C.II Slew. SANTA Fl Loko. Laud front t, I QUilT ROOM tar fsmaiapr.dc.
_471-nfl orFURNI8HIO m.l3n. .t ......... OIK. kit, icroimdptfth "/* itudont, V) Ill. Iromcamput Flo.VERY. MARKHAM'I, Mclntoth, J. C.. L/scis Ceilioun/ Joltsr.on.N. Mar5 Edl.IC/sAl'/ .. Ml ... ... ..a par day
_. Slid sun.Iy.
/ AITPON R I NT motfom, c Couplt FTP _
'rthCII Judalt
tarred Phono OP. f5173.I'lPl Call 376.5443.CONVENISNTand. IUCCI1SPUU IINCLAIR the Oeuptln .... .. 13..
McCOY'S en S. mole MM. AIr esidllles. ,lamb In. ... O. Ro". Dan in par ptr doyHI
as ...11.. for 1pm MTH. rln.n
tea CoirIrit .Veiling. uttlitl.. fiur.pIlled sanniartable I .
I lit HodilLonded W. H." "" L..ot'. Em"
phone PU, 1-5433 Ve.dtTt fa so Arntsir ".. PathoS turn tout of _.. Largo room ClaW, Ml* ovallobio. Call PR W. wiianI, Li/li. Paowl5.04 ./,. por mo. .. nil ptr day

MACOMAHOMES tor flood who ,..,., ,rl...,. with twin beds use Hudy avail. 1717. loIs,. ........ eddrusedennisoo .
EFFICIENCY ARTS.HI 31..,..' for two ....1.' gmtltmon. Jonv 55 44n.il cecil di.IcniptIvo UN por m* M.8 par day
try ,.,. Apply/ Ml tw nth It. ONE) OF GAINESVILLE'S lIlt.
INC. MO. twno furnlihod lilt kltclv __ "Ic" w.oteI.
in a brand new home. Mleinoev o>cM M, del > MI on t both, tICS traniaoo on Opus large end ona small room for MoiSt, .."' lot "Oirdtue a
LMco (onto Fo. FHono FK Iilttor I working ",.... Accra to .tltowonon TOP FIVE ....'" "lot. thrIll Ito 553.51 sr CALL 378-1411
THE 'JEFFERSON"eiwmtnaly 1 / PP., t-ial. .."I,,,.,,,,. PR Mfll I VPS l.Iptoea 533.2351. IU...,., LaII.
ENJOY THESE .,111. link flatten Avollablo toon PI.. TO PLACE YOUR
Move Now Before
nATURES 41 Ho..... fof Imp tn'ui.. NICI quId. Homo to ....tu,. itudtnt,
colonlot/ ouMdo, or builnou' porton, Inns spring AVERAGING Mi.. Per 3.5. SUN RENTAL
inn Homo b HUM wills coovmloncoo CII SeeS I los, t bath, 're", '. at LokoWlnnot rntttrati, frIll ,..... Ice I laWi..
the HolidaysALL tar .'..,.... conlom S 5 II/roe..."'..... II nlloo Irom O.lnn- PtItlstPSe-4a44. 900 Gallons TV ANTENNA WANT ADS

porory Uvln, Nollco/ the WIll a SuIIt.55. Y.CItsISuSPeeCh vlllo. Loko prlvllogoi. Mi ..... mo.For 'U"NISHID noun, tor root III pri.n.M I ye. .... rH. CIII beisnute S I
appoInted worn ono /llnlundry Intormotlon phono 47H4M. Susie with / oo pr day wltn no cndlt on bookt 7 '.M. PS, 64413.'
hltchon/ m4 pontryNroM 5 PensianaIs IOU Plwie PCI-Ins ':': : Pb :: A boautlful vicinity In ono olOalnoivlllo'l I

CITY SERVICES Hon > M Iho. ..,.,Ice_on- a U 55_5'sees's.Ma beth .CCI Hems.IsCMod I .IS..., pear.... Klwol lOll SW torgo:Still yord. A... Pe1.Ielt' ...... Pu seoul roilcWntlolorooo. HOLIDAY< nants It'fUSKIY, 11 II droo,4 HINIIt *( MM. ,., Salt
trine. TAMe or ttiroo Will ... MP A. Conot-
ha 0s.5 r_ 17t-M5S W 37440. COP.NIP. ROOM to rant wilt' DoIlY_ _NO 3234'
...... eliteS sell YOU I
"wlin outttonolnf will
""ii "111./ Inn wo THE PUgPICT CHS/5T/ fil'T
iKlllllll plus' two hill IIMbolhl lOtI N' labia 5rlv5Pee a"G""" III KOUM, nlco ./" lady living .,..., good parking, COl.UMll4noons MM.k" ,.... '
tor wlfo. Noturot eulumistiue
\ FERN WOOD MANOR and S Mporoto Ooulngri epeslntnsot. salt ...,hoOt. Paved .,..... SIt "'.. dnlroWo,toc.don. .. Moot .II. 51/gIlly your mink ttoio. MI volu only.II
FP. 4-4077
In the meals wlto/ It vsaua ... lot. or Inn. ottornoon only/ FHono 65 W..... to 5oyWANrTO ...... mooofol, oil ocemorloi. I KM. .,01 N.W. IJfll Ft nPIS. 6' t "
hot 5 tormol llvmi room with till II 1Jr. LHIO.GolnotvllU'l CLEAN, WAUM AND QUIlT room "*t.ll allOtS, wit 175. Colle / .
o _.to 4lnlnf room pluofamily S I. win lovolory 1 In NW Mellon formlo buy uliie, mAle ..",. .1.,., Jr< PR, Midi. I
12,250 "P grown .... ,
IL5C. done 't'fIt' lea.liv.
itMMf. to gue
room witn o Hroptac --i. .ni wool _MM .etot lot. or Poaneran/ap.' Ptena 441.2445.CO1HO HO Triln. > M ..... 4 onglnoo, loll ., .,5. alma I .nlt w. .v"
ont ktoutHul chorry pwoilni.TM bio ol K_.... tf X 7- / cook to.dinotto .
luiurloyi .p.tawa.S kuUJinf .. WAN I ID 150. R. c Allot rodhfor
DOWN FHA "L" hopo ot tile Kouoo 59 Mokild H_ All U... on* foratgn Mlvoroollvfc I I ,_ tuft II _.. Mt KM. clod o? drowar.Hi .
$400 wIlls Hi .lIoc,," two u' M. mono'I7t0tl..
4 H. van cttoi saw miFlrowoon
LAKESHORE ., presS pott 0,4 bOSS
I NOTHING DOWN VA rigs. end nor' toll,/ willmoko Wllvo. Ii '.TMODIL, LIKI WEWUIO Sat dotloro.Pllll UNUSUAL SALf outntntlt ,Alrl.cm 11. 41..,".
Coat I Mlhtfl4 plot TRAILIK.' Ml ..... Inclwto. wo.tor. I1AMP COIN IHOFK and Ailotk/ asses, corv WOOD P00 IAL. "IHI MhivarpIuiraalti.d.
$100 .
Closing TOWERS IM NB PIlot 5t. m 4471, '" W Unfvortlty Ate. loss CurIos colloctti on W.ilCOMPAC boast pItt., .
4401 KW 171* Ft I I.y PoossysIt .....,,11./ ... OPals" Plane PR HfMT ,

1 */J 7C" The Charming NOW LEASING SI Mio loMPKt <4 HesoisIteld GaMe 10'00 daIly '.Kr\inclodiop. fOP NW lundr Mft at. PlIons Until .V _..... D ouigM olock.doww. 11
FROM PER MONTH 3/101lJOO. slant sal W cogploto UN.JMI :
awlvol...., Machine. ,
'0" PINT w rowIng Uubl.
WALK TO SCHOOLS I b.i oonio. I ........ .....,. !91 MONTHNtwbHry pKontly ovortioultd. 171 IT bolt naodo _..... III. 4 tl vkNn. > ..TOFiIpond
I tnol Chrlifmoo monov ot M
tam//p// ,-1IIt ... Trollor' Pork, ofl.r VMMI.BU bow OM uao. good playingcand. ,_
Ira rionii ... ,....... 11lodud' -. .....bI'... ". .. I2S FPi t4175.IPICIAL oppllMco, lor MIR. HIWN
I 4 IR, Brick Front Colonloli. Now finishing. dross ". .....011I 10'11I I M "iP mosleMS> ,winv tttditIifl S sIllp'cevor .II l.ung.wi 1ft tALl, azaloaa, 17 Mrhundroo1 up. ."It.-.,. op IIS*.1 lonco 01 _Oryor.Ir. A-l Ml
) Down. JI-A W...... To Ron and ....'...., US. 1717 or II n ,., Oman wonrootad. HANDYMAN tHOf PR, 44065INGOS.re.od
Price. $15,825 $625 Down 4M NW IT*) Ft Nw Tin Ft. ) "-. bolvMM A..... Nor*.
; WNT t. r... p"kfucattio ter 3D '0 lortoMn, $ bobbin lot Irk
"PLANNING TO UILDM" fn h... of yo-iic-33d ra/rl.wmASn ry 143.tpat.WI4tEUIP.lannly" portou, owippod M sit to*.
"....., F,* I3O57'INIOPINOSU5 O.oaeesO tam I/al./ Au.lenMWdefriot / Clo'..."a 11 a moiMOjrom .....,oor. many" onvcoth.
DIRECTIONS Drive West 1 .1 wlln .,ril largo IraKion.Ml II II c* n uprlgrlt Iroanr, 01loc. Cr atltt5n. d 11I >
16th ncy
Ave. Turn eMIl- .
on Lotus give you an I (P. "' '''I/, ..... ,.... Pit, 1-911.: I rang. Ul A. kothlnoltl. "... .r Sill 0..*. nLoomint 1
Left 38th St. 39th Terrace. mat on contracting your opt or house for toniliy with CeI_,. '
I on or child o ooo. m town or .. bnvglit _.III Phono infCU.tAP.111 Morten C*. Pnondj/ 314 ',
now cuitom hem. PnonoF\ inf.: .1 UD"OOM 1511 010.11.101. r 'O"'S Peal PaNt. I C.... HII.. 4110.wadcmo.
Call Gerald or V. Q. McCoy NI"'IIII ... cii CuleWe 51,* '25. .... 54154 stools,. ass. w. WANT TO ..., am wend 504ontNapaSMs.
Butler Brothers Day. FR 6-7290 12 leaden w...... I I1l00M ITOVIi .oddo and oadi.pi 054SW B..h tor SItS 'hone 5747464Slien Io.s.tamep N/es' .
Svd A... 5 PM.I Peel ......
J BUILDERS -6302Otfk I norm, mdol ........, homo oooo I CoI'.EARlY Sod and tabiUc bowlIlolmAltnt bar, lor ..... Will'sow_wll10 5105 a.Iri It Ill ".. tot Itraot Fhono PR, ....." .

DAILY 171."" NIGHT I7C-904I LoCated ofH. I / 0* r.... n 4.6355.wASlISS trade 10' C.. Call Ase43I5. PAlO', I
I Woln Itroot on< Hr IM.MOVE INCLUDE h_237_ SW 2nd_ Place.PLANNING ._ -01 "I' 5OYIO ineecKISMO.I. SINGER I.

e Swimming rail Rocrt.fi* Room tOld 100.511 III ooualle't CoalditloS, Aul.ois.licg e.g with
P11511. PR, 3AI .,.. ISSUPIaCL5IPPUD '.M. illisttls, 110I-- c..,..... SLANT.O-MA
e Acrog .1 PMutl Ground! e Cmtral Host .10. ..wisg' hmil. 573 PV0is
cllrtioi S A H A NI Hln.iAOin Amino. P v/IS" aId doss ..,.
0 Control Air CA. Laesdy I1J.D'"
bOsh .... edam_ waSosI 51511, wilIs sue ...... MaleS 1.5. I
iMkorg C Gorooio Drop Cbytt TO ahIlllU_. COal's heM TYPO OoH cltlhM 1011445." 555 .o 101155w It'd
i : 5r Pitklnf Aries e LlfjM* ] Sldgw.llu moot ...... ...- ........- .. amPs s.C 551 ........ .... Pay ..... of ,.. tr
C I IIevaPITI BUILD bedroom ...11. 511151'S. chIna OeM PIn, I.... lOlI ,.,. tII fI par i
IN BEFORE JAN. 1st 1ft.. paw ........ 5ias. P 0 teN PS, 5.0115."UNSILIUVSASLI" blat c.. ..No Jtmmp c_
I I II c.,.. 514 illIol' MlC4'NIS. N... .. 5een DtI. .._11'. Iu.
I PHONE 376-4456 Pp N. 'u""tu", .... IOf PIttmos NM Mo 4 choir M13. FloNomrochon ;
I 111. UmP .1... Msnae OO..INO' uprtotsvSavCIlSIPI
B. Eligible for Homestead ExemptionWe'll I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT in us GIYI YOU SOD ...... iprbuw 554maltrnts 101.. uo. ....ul..l.. nooton IIIup low vs No mansydo.
I as thu. Irma w.voll.ens Pr.. Oollvory.WILLIAMS .,,. too as VI ear 5l5.lttl.Sri. .
(J4Hour Senlc.l Vary Sand cant Only I IIP.VICI CINTtWHMIN4TON asliurstss. pIckup end ..
Pay Your Moving Bill SALES OFFICI OPEN 9 TIL S DAILY I IL .Id. 125. 373451t.1PWAIXTSA __ ".. an-.I7. lItany .....a. All __ ...._

2JOsLW,11tleTlJJ.5wy,44l YOU NIW HOMI 51555 SISCIPlO $5"Hnttoiill _trIO lypMiHtoPS Mat PP.iee 574-1*
ream ssw ..",. NIl I (. IMonuol Uimrw.10- 5... OI
1 (Within I00 Mil. Radius of GatimtllU) I/ct PlInel 11",1. mint ootoio 4 FM. sass 10 t 20Alassiewsi


i 3 fir 4 Bedroom Homes All City Conveniences. iI .1110 Api.Screao.tnp 3030 I..ot_III 0. uwtf. Mvm CHAIN Ftwor lAws Toon.MMnd c-..... ".00

"_ JII: H. 11th A... OCALA AWNING

G.E. Built-lns. Terms To Suit Your Budget. It CU PT-ClamP "PI fronior. ___Sas My..u lOr S.fla Taos CO. I
PItow PU, 4-CoS altar 5 '. lAeIiS.rpte dill clothoo. At* vorlgmal
HONI17I-U68 .. III a.Cslia.V 501. ..,.... Pram lowgr man 112 P4. MsMIl.6224s4 .
11.00Poarl _,.1. ..., LOIn lltltr :
HUGH EDWARDS INC. 3761911N.E5 3154415.
CAINIJVILLI'S' NIW eo ..tHe NO i.e Nssi i5.11.

Call 374mM.
| 15th STRUT and 2lth AVE. ; BEFORE YOU BUYSAV1I 554/VeNtS Cev.s.w seMI.'t "'. COLORED

laW 5.45 IsnapsimIse niSM
) IroiMt, I IS InelaIl 5.01 Sa&5 sIIsr

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.A-II APPLIANCUnsledeieQoaenIoed
40 ...,/-.... 050 50 50 RENTALS
BUY YOUR NEW HOME 0 ,,- 4-sin Co vsI
w.mw Sm Olsi VPCal.
Attention Veterans BEFORE DECEMBER 31 Open .. mAMPVP
F_Frooion enem lit '''BRAND NEW DUPLEXES
AND SAVE YOUR S Own-tam .. 50WTYkOs
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Northwest 3151' ""nilI..IICI crx
4P, H. IM ..** inuaFUPNITVRIfnoIro

;;;-illwllll vs ....? SM OKtrH No 1110 5.ss.
..- .. UMV. Av*. Estates 5151 SioSCoiOs ... L. at,
;m s.w. 15t.. Way lor** coniir<.*i* Some for I" Nt DoaIo... Ume.So
We have several eompFtttd homes which will be eligible! for home- tame family. 4 IR. 4 .,..-

stead eximpllon If they con be occupied before the ht.'I IC-IN, ft CI OMM._.ltt no..tdtl PlloMmon leIPit_s1....51.155.. _stOSti... Iaml'I -. I Cashes. 1515 hamet N.1Ir atal nfrlwratm lfoal
C ..... end slat/soil" __ .., .It. -a' *. tN* novoi. traanrt Ij. w. k>
prao "'lIlY.... .... ISPOiS' *Oic 011 ALL
"TV "' ...- AMY OMMNIVOOKlton. ._ II _II"'" .__-ent oil ........ ....... lasi _Os, CIII ps ._.
''I Tries hornet In price from $12,800 to $17,800 In lIP
range IWd dn. ond 10 _'s 55l'llteCOt.si't4' MOVING mutt sill. ..II.. nen
.monm twin ditcvMo lot 5 _
besot of *
per AM City sosswattasoasNa
most different sixes. Monthly payments- from $74.74 to I P. o r ItMMIol ortong I.soe ee.ts'a.y- sand I. Isreitnras SkIP 'tibtIll0,5W..b $ SM OPPflOMOO Ml* HI TV II Ml.prlco. .....-VO-IMI.

prsm.Sp Lee so. _.__
$109. 1100 N.W. 2..11... =... 1* 0 lSr..dyoneI DISCOUN1PRICES
55. 5 IIo"1IIII -. MId roamaIl "....
em _ -11-

I ffaj will how the benefits of all city services large lots and the experience l t"i 1.111.. ..tIe'sea SI.... III' Norwood I edo enlip tII sattod.... am so_lee .SasS. Wt undorwll. / pvvrybody.HENODIX : f a.5.oo.e, ensq Molig ha a ::.load waN e.si =...

., !We ensee sesm If .... ten 0 M..y C_ S
of Gainesville's oldest and most successful builder. Come out 5 ViolleM _
CO. Tem'ss piesp. a yp _
today end let's see If we can't make this your finest Christmas with 51 Hope ow 50 AM. rt torn M. 5 S PoSse -en waS's S .... y.. ...
tam en enea,
o brand new home by Kirkpatrick & Pierson. 4c I "HInc.. WALTER STUBBSInc. WI" mIlHlOOOllS' 5 Lets am's amie 50' S -IlSory Aaou.tt ....
) """HI''TD.It a p- -
>rV. Trod Homes M. ,'". M Md condition a thea Cleseth 0 c_ to ... ....
_! or Property I $M.F 2.6200 5 larO sirsig 0151.4 0 Plaen.e, pay. p.m

HIGHLAND COURT MANOR All Otl. MMIIt ace .Clftll C5s,015DPLATFORM 0.--, _... 05.10.5Pa
s'stI I I it' Oft KM TOO IO tJOt Phone 376-5394 ROCKER
KIIMC ANYtIMe IFiin NamSIteaeH uI 112.5111 a. 1125112T

Sales Office-NE 23rd IM.. & lltK Ttn.J72-3471 ........... ad Nasa .....u..... 'I04J wo'ig"'. All'.,..CALL.4ls .' I "'We trade haiEt4lsi NIOYED E11 31.4131we've .sAns .. .. 40. .osie.i SN am to _tit Sen Moose to's kIt I00Thi06 .....

I p iikiHo .! Colniovill" *. .nn or to o-top rams tot ... lacelled ...
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MIt". For Ser.Uili 71 Mwlcol' A._.",.. for Stlo 15 AuromtBiho ... Silt $ -'_ ,.. 8 S*..t. Coin Sporft Coos --

VAIUUM P- -(;LIiANIRi iPICIA... CHRI ....L. Irs. I 5W 'ta CHEVY 405 3.docr4aeed ....,. is. i.5t S'MCA.' _''no In ....''Iont MUST SELL IN'' MiiIu.alt' 30;;; 17 Aetsss4lln W......
Klrkvo.Hnxtn lltctrolMWnllngtmiM Initrumonti N/M.edea tnd ._ N Ndetsled. PR Irerwn Gass b.c.5.t salellhN6 4 peiks11y row llreI ese 050.11156 CM 5.11tcectd. ... "'AN'U'. ,...... ,..... NOBODY
and.Hior* KRDrX Print- I PI I ,.. .atNAst WldS.ties. ;;51re M WukR sit.. t.N 171- Cat PR .33* CheeNN0 M Isarnebn harm .
1 owes. Call PR 2.1134 a* ,
HO W A JOIN Unm m N. lALIt Mvntlnl Jeep t tot Stoilon fl4 M 4ih ..
MOW SAL YOU f *CM*. ;GAS R.::0'1.w M M.II CLOSE_ OUt It34 ....orlvo.. pssb coo.Mod tun roco.ovorkoulod Nrao. IMPALA CNIVHOLIT 4 41.bomo SUNBIAM. ..........wllo. will'ord Mint orgies '65 MGB ,lit perfect condl.tlon. on. BEATS A
eatslla, Mil wen ow L' ChNn .III.. 1M Ii W 71* SP R I-IOM. Door I cyl. AT K1H. AC. PJ.nil. SvnMtm TIOtDI OrooMtlngMvtt Owner mutt sotrldc. WANTED
.... Mint wnplolo. (I'5 town Wllnut or M.. See onytimo M turn Mil now CXI M tSM.Xortodot .
1 4
cyl. lion For
moniti' tor tw* _....1. LIIII50 s NO T.... Ill NW 14Ht It. Po-MM. Information call FRa0190.1 Clean used can Coll
la. 111 S I. "' IKWI 4 door oMon. Chas Hat OJMI m 'L oodttor > FR DEAL FROM
,...... MCh!** 1141. M 4tlMWIBCO nm wML tut lot It 111' MUST SELL war Mwctir* 4 Or IMM MM .... Hroo, will lob Adams. 2-7128
iIlI l tap. rocordoimm MARTIN M 00* sink Tor, hardtop KIM, sled tiro. CMCMh ton. cor or moMfcycIt t* trod*.
tn. _,ltlo Motropoll'onOwn. 'no molol._ ""' tr best ills,. ,...... 171- "-** oJr.|S4t.
G'ISON' OLDS -4-dr. hardtop, '
$t0. Call ottor 4 \.M. MW141 751LMVInt ;HILLMAN
tS-JJJ MINX Mod motlktnlcol
Ooorgo HKk Sr. ontomt end air $695. Ph. IH4 condition, 4 H, itoorlngwftool CHRISTMAS
COW llmtat MW ..t'dNNI'7:'ll- SHAW
only' Kit. Alw I. Mrtto > I okin 4 dr swish aim
SINGERAUTO Verb tm 4 SOdOfl l00dd *IN| wtTM.IOM Hroo .bolt QfOr. H 4UOt.mi .
SEU Plymouth, .. .. .... .
.L in ,
U4J now. (or 6:5' ftr COM I HIAIIV IPHITt,
on* Imp M4)) .. 372-2802. It* wntmoit. Mw boItol
11-- AIM' two ",Ic ., 5 PM. "41 CHIVV Wogon roolo, Kit*, 01 3575 IW 1"0 3t. Phena
fool .1... NO aeKhm50t. _for only $JO Call mollc CnM* ri Uttr tltor 'R III'
... Ptriol win' good (rod.t tout AIO''"' reds a haul 5.34 P55. VW STATION WAGON Will SPECIALS
M SKY *t to sal tr ooy kokone 5.303.". $4355011 IMcyCIO OIL '41 Com*. V-l. M 4 H. ontllontcondition sell tr .sde. AIM vw >(. I
N 171. Writ Jimmy. tVoky mono M *ltsr. Mini DAN m krono :COMItlon,
0n. Del. Oilnowll S.4WATER NeW YORKIII Mil by TIM Photo fI' Hill Coll VH'U. '
InoM. II Mottrcycloi cloM cor. 51* Could ... I< link llmort now, .--.. Clll' PR 4-40M KARMANN-GHIA 1964
norm ZUNDA>'moior r ,11II. fPOiSIiltONt AC. R.H. .blot, ncimino Mot.M E1oiSe. .... ......
pins Paid is-sm .. 44 p-tUon, | D,. NT A.T V* 4 .. foil Slottos w.gss. full p.wsr,
.Ie.or.. C.1011,11... Soutlwrn- )(; Cue_ Roy.l t-tono .M Com*. a Or. K4Hit 4-OU4 ftor I ind oooionot.tmy ....r. ....Iee ...."'. slid ..h...
tII r'. m M X"0koobin I ml. florin g ." 4 Dour -.1. Mint wM MOW I Or. .. ,I. II ".. FORD DEALER IN
UPOISISiiDZO. Slno.r Pert.bl : UH. 1411" NW Ire 41 Morcvry I Dr. HT. AT tuckotMOW. I
esd .t/Kam.el.. round HONDA 150 CC. lMo11I7 ottor .. oir. sand 44 'uletl 11_." der hard.M $3995 $1595
1237, MW> ,.".. .,. ond ... I Ntl50. 3550_ CHIVKOCIT .....,. $3. .I...... 4 Dr. NT. lltctn. IM* top 5 bat 15007/01.. ..
..ont, tvor pin' tnd rail 14Mr Phone ) Wlh Mock .....'Ior. V.I. 4. Mill. Northcenfral Florida
mo. tol. 134 Nollonol' lowln' MOTOR llcycl,.. $ -_ L.... new Pool. ,. '4oPord.4l>rAT, Icll.6SNIHAL .. I i
MKftlno; C. ..1. W. Unlv. A3.. drive, .....11.... .or PR 43333. Mil III N.PINANCI Main' CORP. V4 MELTON MOTORS '
PKSO 111-13" she Phew 'R RANCH WAGON. A.t 61 Buick
SINGER canMM' n-..... oowln 771$5. onto ......, R 4 H. T... 0I MIIICIDI.-...... IM C 00.don. III M MAIN ST PR 47171 '62 Buick
.... !'* T Ml* TI. '. OKMIont' toMlnon,
..... 'ta4 flop gtod Large of
.. .Ino. ZI5 ....10 or 15.00 Miwn US II ... for coif SUP twnor CM J7HU7 U* MW WIN tires Phon. PH sew orr 4 2 .da30 kurdIsp, ...",.tl. Inventory
"eonmly.eV'1 I Y m clionorfAioply. ciudodl. Prone "It PM _O Y*, til dot iundor 35551.1' ....... Vset.. toe.'I.._. soww ......
PR ..un.IN ._ LIKE NEW !...(1. SLACK C.mitt 727 $1.1111.' ? motii toe_,...... Uhl ..,. P0mW ....... 51415. NEW and
FOOT hulling trtllor. Eee.l.I50t Take,up ...mon', on ttoo,. RAH. now powor ruoI7M > R6-F.nieos Sptjrts c- FOR THE CORRECT blue/ ...."., ........
la toys '
fee Mining IKm/IUr. Weed.gy octxil miles can 1040 ALFA OOMEO 5deeJi1 TIME
00eruirUCNdS end H._. CIII 2747455 lull $0235 Cell .. COllI II .
SOd .
Kids $1495
'M. PI Kaesu_Alpha.r $1595 !
| after t P.... 4PHI44: Arcnor.t FR 2.1411 I
AR'ITS and lit too con .M .bow .ou trtnimlnion, Oood 50h. CourtotyOfUnlMrwrf
f nrul H you UM Olut luotrt P.ontI M ear Solo,. .. I4H. Value Rated
tltctrlc thimpooor II. McOonWIPurolhr HAWIS-POWUS 17Lfe/I. c.......$.. Eco..olillo Bus with camper

ContorltAKP.IEPJ* Ct. .. dlnuvlllt Inop. lOt N. "" .' NraleA5., t.Si 'II Used Cars N. w.&. S5.at 16'1t .... 62 FORD equipment. Including rune 1963 COMET
ping !! .It CHIVY. (IHl '.
ilr" cotdlllonor u....,. "....... I. Seri t4 3&G MOTOR CO. ring, wOter stove. ice box. curtoill', toill..
I Corry Viti.... I Ir opt. 151. I* 15 II. AI Horoo orvlct' HI. Z-dr. ...,dtop. 5.22, R&H Mire-0-Mtlic bucktt"
1 H driw CtAIUd. Olcl..... II. Cupboard luggo,. rock viral for stats,
ky..,.cub Pn 0.055 m 7200Wt FO 0 'S7 Ranch ,, 513 ILANTON i"'ORI'V 5505.Aut. 5A V 2C3I NW I3ik St. BARKLEYMOTORS I 11" Sir Conditioned radio hlot.r.$1495 white with, red vinyl Inrtnor. ihtrp.S1745.
boyt okyclt toyl tloclrlc d3let low m'lo' Soles
? .
... .It 41454
| Motor Neeter..rllir tv HWY 441 North
\ coii sn no, WILL VI 4WO 1 MIeN Sarlnps" 4541441
UII' RIDER .url ....... 7 I A eo. lx"tk.... 4 Dot '51 DODGE "lit MELTON MOTORS
allaH, _ell,..... M tlin_ $003. Out 70 Hi'Inwt mn dos' a"PII .Cx,r H."" ." PI, COMP1ITIAUTOMOIILI "IN THI AUTO CAMt-
Call ::1/1.1151. MUST Am I Hut. IARKLIT'1 THE NAMI"

TOWER I. Univ.HOUSE RESTAURANTS I74-M21 on PM, .... RIPAIRIMy UM en 2201 M. Moln St. 701 N. MAIN ST. fR .7$11
totes '10 '
"" r* 2-4171
LOSER All flinirw k oquio.mont R a N. good HIT PRICI1
400 .Ib. Ro mokor dlinoi' ANYWIeIRSSOUTHERN 1963 CHEV
Ikittkoit oqulpmont, .." '....11.... PR 106m.Oil SALES Ri151i VfIPEEIEKfS.elNtIPaU\U.elel V iloWMIT'S .........0 V.t.l4t+l4.lRlllte V 1Ele.V.e.SfSt
51111 5353 tor s.l" ,
IVIRVTH.NO MUST 001ICROseO.I. 4.Door IIontL 1007 N MilR St. AUTO 4.dr. ifollon wagon V-8 Powtrglld, PS. P8, factory
Iilrt el.... In "'.". FR 2-6111 Soloo tonic* lip R&H
conditioning. the
Ipwstsr. men.cuia.aanNNs 12. 411 N Mow ... potfKt W4grip. <" for thot
wI'o suba/ees lamp ledcarryme Florida IIndtpondont i >rlitmtl .
..... loctll.-. 44 CHIVROLff ..argeet 171117'1jjJ THE
ton. I2so. Poona PR 1-:1571-: ton, o-Oitirngtr :
Int, PI. PS i. ; CHIef
_HITS plow end (tool. S'lliI ..tr... tttoa 372 I 1
Brown ....... n" long I40i m.. -- $2095
lot cnlld"l wororabo M. mU4
It., I onytlmt woofcondt.RTAILI .
TV wotond Polaroid 65 DODGES
.mo,. urad mIr1S.' In grad ....

,''ma-tor ..... 171-71- Yi./ 50,000 Mil. I 1963 FORD

L Toooct ".'.". HIM BTU I17
Imimmi Pnont Hldo J74I34I.IHtO ..-bel. 151 SAFE BUY WorrotirfSU / r..I..I.l 500. 4-dr. sedan, V.6 R&H. Crul emitl. Irons.,,

belt 111. ...okor .... THI"DODGE 'J. Stloctairo alr-cand, Jowl & ..,,Iced by M since
m i with l Mgn ouollly ....k.... USED CARS BOYS"POOLEGABLE tgw. Ixlrt clan,
owl *t In. wood ponollng with bmblerP.RESENTS

1701171.IM alnut' .IInl... Call lucky Later. 516 S. MAIN ST.S AT I S2145

II held ot Baring or those
III.. to witch tile ,lot. thowt c Mr. Iridlcy. Mr Hort Mr. lorkor
TV tltockmont" .It luri Ills tMngyou. MOTORS
looy to lnit.lt MM.Vlllo Phone FR 2 3631 ,
Aid 42* N. Moln
400,3.Hotrlnf OPEN EVENINGS 11* S.I. 1ST AVL

L CLOII OUT w WNlp.pr.ant. 171.4341WE'VE 1963 CHEV
per ""111 1'011.

ARPER 71ft K. PAINT Phalle CO.FR 11344MEISTER lilolr 4-dr. stdon, V-l, powtrglld, R&H PB.


"....", ....,. 12t. Call, CHRISTMAS
5502.1'i GOT 1695
' IWAN prou Comoro nor
',I II AtM 111 kno wM tnoitf & VANS
). IOM roll' mm hold-
I i IU). lltiod iMihor corI 1965
t all I cow All ox., Cad ONLY .

? >II C -, tutllt Now 15 UTV mm 1711744.Toclinlcolor FORDS SALE 1962 FORD

novel prolodor with onrchow tlsiufuii lie

i by tomoui* hon ImM..mMl tur loCket READYTO willi" 500 J-*. HT R&H. crulsomotli ",n.., PS,
..' UNO 501755455 tux Mate --- L "iroj. & wh/t/ .I. Tht ihorpttl In f 132 ol or 4 '.M. wooHdoyi.CAW .
+! iril" long 4*
6 '''' *Mo (ntlrt o I Its
SIMIng ..... llOt. Palm 1545
., 1604 WtlM RdMno. DELIVER 10 DAYS ONLY

L.e IiIWI 350441 Kodak Pear.7t .
Aryua 101I 5n14c50h 50534ell THAN ORDINARY PICK-UH & VANS
550. 11.'rl. .... I
Phone:3141745p5r534. DON'T DELAY
,-lIor williCOlO. _
.. ,.,...W. SNernlly? 6 '_..5h.wlnls ..5... G.M.C. Truck C nr r SII 'IM TODAY WITH THE PURCHASE OFANY .)...l.OH."rontHimtHl/ front.r ....rI".* ",. ,' ,lS 4$ \'
., .
.r Solid baste' ewmr.
I Slack-- SKATE 220 N.W. Ifh Ar.. SHAW I

i M.. Noorly N..(. ,
... 378-2803 -
a --
: 1965 RAMBLER THE 1145
UL red .1. chi0101 Mart & I
the '. worn IlK" H.II I


I.... ton, tolrly, gttd ape ,
_. wild bellM dams :
1171 Konmort tloc 238 W. U.i..iilry 1962 OLDS

$41 3744551.PIIs'sl4 MIM'. 5114? tor '62 CHEVROLET '62 CHEVROLET Phone FR 65371I i ARE YOURS FOR ONLY II 4-dV. HT, PS, Pe. R&H, factory "lr. Solid wnllo,
J.Is" fA, ".. IN tnd too, 'ImCNa" VI w.on. II' .....". hl.v 4h. 111410., MNp ..lids.Nell.d. I
IMC. '''''''', 111. Spf Intnow. 51345' potI set _.
N. Nye Training' choir.r I
$1995 $1395
II 1 $1895


REASONABLE ....... VL corw"'tlbl.' lully W-. ....... sot sense. al I
PHONE FR 63785I ,.,ud. ; Radio $56.95 1'

S5 Loads 5A50ANFlrda weed-11 and 51 mOimOd$1695 $1195 *I 1961 FORD

/ .lerolher FR 45171IN MIAsTel. -"- White Wall Tires 31.601Left 500 4-V., VR6I4, Crvltomotl trim,
61 MERCURY lotti
62 DODGE ,
------ -- block w11h wfirlt l lop. lady ewr.tr
P155W D e& 541. any III V3. 154'5. 01' Osedltlas.d, Mates. \/I 54.5. -...... l'
IlINmf Cut t. 5001?. Call Ir121a1 eafra tM./ ... "'"'._. the Outside Mirror 5.30
I or 4U-1131 Srlco kixntor a Wood '
-- -
Pn+ervln 1 $1595 $1095 1095filrlong
f Wheel Coven 18.25 l'
70 Mtriox Mm*. .
"60 CHEVROLET -- -- -
4' It11"1 tl ir i at. wim, 61, PONTIAC_ 1-- 51056 M aenN.od$1495 Cooling System 10.95 l'i
151. ,KI ?Ie, mt. 040W mirror -lie III. 5.1515 Heavy Duty
ooodomttor, tnd trollor, 41 HP .05041 I .
Morcury, oM 5erelm oontrotl..bo"or $895 i 1961 CHEV
.. cede got ton*. Pnont 37> Undercoat -f7:2-0 1E

5115. I IIt' - 'weal. 2dr. HT, V-l po ..gll 71 CampN1.IFMh5EMINGTON -6. DODGE '59 RAMBLER Uk. It? [ Backup Lights 10.70 l' (" "

VI. 515x6 t _. W a.rlerelw w_ seta t50e.vlry1. .
gwio ,----n elm a'0' CMWIIN eb, Ys', pr- '
rmi, II tuio nt." it : RertoctablcScat i BClts7:50': 1'- lor.SAVE
gw steel 5411. uitd
see ISIS ............ Will ocelot $495 Volkew.g.n
.. _
btl' 774571/ $1495 :
Custom wh cl7:1' -1'-
72 Olrko .ipMWft' 'tVW Steering
Slotlon sass, .......

VIUPAX*MroiiK COPY. _MACHINI.,.... MOOMto Mend USED CARS $1395 : Vent Shades 10.95 l' 1961 CORVAIR
to t fiiH dtio good ..."' .

-toty to N_Mal.....sas Compioio a -w'IIIn J50 PONTIAC sN15Ns w.ew1 SM : Windshield Washers 11.95 1- 700 4- V., R&H, D-....11"
araeet 54 1 545 514 N. MAIN ST. J72-4951 aSNtl.Ssrp. NI

,lov-oof 1.srr.dt.NW.,11I--onrMM to *marl. Must r05nt M mddtmomfrotlon. tor 1'i295 Rear Seat Speaker f2.6 l' '845

...,.,...-", ",....1r Pee, '
111 orlor to* '63 VW15tea Rubber Floor Mats 9.45 1T
Cem5e1 W a 1 THESE AUTHORIZED .sMrkOS -. 151w
: : =
,, VISIT .". -

!! M...... Mhea41te i $1450 TOTAL COST 211.85YOUR 1960 FORD

... Warranty Dtolcn
.THl 101.. ..Seem.."....If resents baaa55 w I t sa. 62 VWonoinon l-tr. it.. wdga531 VR4H, PS ,riItntlt "."., .
..: C. 1111171 Iser I.. B tr G MELTON L15/ .- 5n ,1435s, COST 13' kilt Hgrit lIeN; l.l.t) ilttn.
.Nose/ ,
!.M.II I I1.
.EAUriPw ckHdt ..t* VtoM MOTOR CO. INC. I MOTORS $1195
slot I Mews 443 ars45. fondJ 2001 NW 11th Sfrtttr 701 N. Mo. fro.* : '
r mo. lot. Coil PR HTJO.ltP > 2-1471 n -7J7i
|i GHT pltM > 6J VW
no% 1'& it-onx--1 .... .**, .I14oa Mr _
See or 1918 Nf CIANELincolnMercury POOLEGAILEMOTORS _.

., ..s 5 PIANOSPINET at1 C I Itf Sf lit Aro.H $1395 I' TREMENDOUS 1956 CHEV
wow C..... 5 5 ....'" S0< t Unntnrfy 2- JJIHAWIJWWIRS A o.M J--414I '63 VWRARMANWOINA I

ORGAN i COM*, too. 4... gt.. w., V-l. A l,....
.-is.55..ga i i5oatel 0.I. rSm.eN.N "RAM One SELECTION
5Ma55N I RIDGWAY .... I
.. 553o'llWGel0KSy CO.Ia,325 I MOTOR COMPANY MOTOR COMPANY $1895 II 85

= CNd3d.,5 204 ... Mea. SMOn 1112 t More tfrtojtn I
I 2-1111 '62 ALFA ROMEO 6s V8s Sedans
.. Hardtops Wagons
MPCOTIO 11101 IM Ml 0UrdkM : ,
RX ond *W 0. oll b. I5ttP' 555 .... TMJMT
<. *< *j* "'> Sf oBo 7 P"." THE GW i





1''ee. toWI leg-to MANS Wigs MOTOR lJl w. u--1 A_ Ut! N. Mfr $5. I
SO.Rvt ...- M tTI Ft 6.75$1TROPICAL Op.fi 'rll 9 Monday thru Friday
0155. 55- 32.1 s'tse1.Tws
5e else Is'W Miller-I
*U tt.r 11400)*0*>l sass (TO*. 238 W. Arc.
.. I University
OWMt (1 MOrt MI 4 VIUT Tout
*'">|... KMUNICTAirtH. I
-.-- ... d .Y:1..r6 KwMK rONTIAC. INC Weftnesd 1132 S. MAIN ST.
.. 372.8433I
.1 2:0 M W. .r Phone FR 6.5371

.. UP.AlMXMOK M 2-2JU heW Tdw 1 I
CO_ I !

Ir ..1.IH. UI X ">. _.....1 I


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.ell' ..=-

est? Gainesville Sun December 1964
......;. n..+.--._._.-_____-_ .-_ ---u----_--_--.-.-.-- _____ .._-_n______ ---- .

t aTheKeyto a WES..POWERS Mg l

c -at ,

- W.e got the Christmas Spirit
.... Perfect ChristmasCASH I I.I

--._., .... and Santa Smitty Is going to
,00. 001., r

.= be good to you. For the next


.114P'..Neil... 14 days we're going to deal

" and ,
and trade wild.Try us see

",1iPlcac 1 :

tyl. w CH.RISTMASt but if you don't like these
andInOkI .r P a ww

t toss = t(I prices make us an offer

)bothup.rb r lilt UP .TO: $300-$400-$500' ,.. ,. '64 VALIANT '63 FIAT
.p transmission, rad'o,
2.donr. Automatic trantmlsslon radio
1ca. heot. Balance of n.w Car warranty, h.ot.r. !Real
herl :: And drivo home in a new* car on the ;,1 16,000 mile $$945 "
IoNS $1895

63 BUICK I V200. Automata trcan.- :
2.door hardtop .
..I SNNSST : AND NO PAYMENTS 'TIL NEXT YEAR 4-door,Speclcal' Nic.slallon car.wogan. Standard mission radio h.ot.r. Sharp.transmission. :
, """ 895
: / r.
!:1 ::1 :- f $1645,
,.. r4m
-' 61
59 PONTIAC it..rlng,
sran Crown "-door hardtop Po"";
, Calcallno 4 door, station wagon, power power brakes. radio, heatr,V automatic
A bsoutl-
I air-conditioning.
.. ste.ring pow.r broke radio h.at.r transmission
tt air wndit/oning/ a real buy. ful car
$1045 $1895



Balance of 5 year, 50,000 mile warranty

[ PUN 4-door Crown,power steering, power brakes,
64 IMPERIAL radio and heater, air.conditioning' power
::. offers all new 1965 Volvo, Fiat, Triumph, Sunbeam at 4' seats. windows. automatic pilot, JOoo $1900
reduced payments. In fact, you can buy a NEW car, VOLVO actual power miler . . . . . . SAVE
=: with lower monthly'payment.. than those offered on Fury 4.dool hardtop. Power steering:power -
most used cars. W. invite you to participate in this i '64 PLYMOUTH broker, eutomatle transmission'
= NEW economical financing. It may reduce your car FIAT radio, h.oter Actual 42CO miles SAVE $900
= payments and enable/ you to own a new car for less
I = than you're now paying. TRIUMPH h rdtop. Power .teerlng. pow.er .

I'j'j :: Answer YES to 4 of thai questions, thin call 372-4373 '64 CHRYSLER brokes, radIO,h.at. SAVE $1400
= 1,1 have done business with' a bank,finance company, er, automatic' transmission' olr.conditlan'n'
loan company or'credit' union., SUNBEAM' Fury .4-d or hardtop. Power steering,
= 2. My employment hot boon itoady. '64 PLYMOUTH radio, heater, SAVE $1 000
=- 3. My toko-home. pay It SO dollar or more -.. 't"j- ; _.I.. :\ automatic tro..mllSlon. 10.000 actual mile.
per weak. ;
:+ r { '1. -
=. 4. My mortgage payments on my homo .. '
V are currant and none ore 30 days past '60 VALIANT '
:: 'p4. 61
due.. BARKLEY MOTORS ,9 Auto.sian .
4.door.Iollon poIHng.r.
5.1 have either e credit cord or e 118 4.door, Motor Sedcan., Automatic.tnrlng transmls-, powmotto trconditioning. wcagon, radio, h.at.r airbrakes. .
radio pow.r .
good credit retoroncoi. ., .
Real nice car

l!41UN =_ *...." I if' H' USED_ CARS $1295 $8454d

'61 RAMBLER '61 Volkswagen

tif t I station wagon. P.w.r ste.rlna. Panel truck. Real .haP. On. owner
,1I = 63 MERCURY 63 FORD 61 COMET 54 FORD power trcansmilllon brok.s,,alr-cOIIMlonlng.radio, heot.r, automatic 745

: S.55 2. Door Hardtop. Fully Station Wagon Country Sedan 4. 4.000r S.dan. Standard trans- 2.poor.edan.. V-S, standard $1145
D a = equipped. Factory air-condition. Coor. Power steering, automatic mission transmission, radiO, heater
IMO transmission, radio, heater, air. $395 '60 RAMBLER
"' cond $9'95 i 61 RAMBlER
ti2ning. .
2-door station wogan. ,!Radio II.ot.r.rodlo
$2895 $ 4.door ..dcan, Automatic trnsmiuion clean.
2195 "lal.r' Cl.an' car.
:: 62 FORD 56 PONTIAC $845
= 63 OLDSMOBILE 4 Door Hardtop. Automatic i
63 FORD Fairlane "500" 4-Coor V.S.transmission, power steering, ra- T-BIRD '59 CHEVROLET
= "88" -4-Door Hardtop. Fully Standard transmission, rod i 10, dlo+ heater V.8.
air-condition. transh.oter.. Automcatlc transmission, pow.r steering, 2-door. Standard transmission, 6cylin.
= equipped Including 4 Door Galaxl. Automatic
I $395 power broke.. radio, heot.r. der. radio, heol.r.
= Ing. mission, radio, heater, power
= steering. Cream: Iuff. $13'95 $1245 $495
$2795 .

= 63 CHEVY II Hardtop. Automatic 4-door 1 Automatic i trans.
:. 63 CHEVROLET Transmission, Power Steering, 62 RAMBLER 1I ::;:: heater. . .$1 045
61 CHEVROLET Nova 4-Ddor Sedan. 6-Cylinder, Radio., Heater, V-8,
C "300" 4-Door- Hardtop. Ak-con. automatic transmission, radio Newport 4 door .sedan automatic'trans.
ditionlng. Bel I Air' 4 Door Sedan. V-8, heater. 395 61 CHRYSLER mission, radio, heater, power steering.
standard transmission, radio( broke. air conditioning i new tires, a
E 2895 heater, $1795 power real sharp car.' . . :. .. . . $1395
$1095 d 300F eall .ttibl.. Power steering' power
:[ : I 57 CHEVROLET 60 CHRYSLER brakes, radio, heater .utemotle $1395
62' CHEVROLET 62 TEMPEST 2-Door. Sedan. Cylinder, automatic transmission' sir-conditioning.' .

=.. Bel Air 4-Door Sedan. 6-cytinder,' 60 CHRYSLER 4-Door Sedan..Automatic trans- ,transmission,radio,heater. '59 T.BIRD '57 PLYMOUTH
C automatic transmission; power Windsor. Fully equipped Including mission, radio, hector. i ,$395 ,
steering' radio,'heater alr-conditloning.' Power heat...st automatic ririe. power",broke.Aircon.ditromng radio. Standard transmission 6-cyIndar., Runs
$1395 .Real lIIarp. 110O I
1595 1295
57 CHEVROLET $1395 $150

: 2-Door, standard transmis
t :- 64 BUICK 61 MERCURY sion. Nice '57 MERCURY
:' "88"4-Door Sedan. Power steer. i 4.door. Automot+c 1"11'011, radIO. '
Le Sabre 4-Door Station Wagon. 4 Door Station Wagon Commuter. $5ftr. 62 VALIANT
transmission, hooter,
: Ing automatic radio nice.
9-Passenger. Fully equipped including Fully equipped including air. I
t C $2 9 5 signet 2-dccw hotdIo Aufcmatlc trona'OIl' -
$37S00$1095 hoo'i395 58 VOLKSWAGENSunroof. """ radio heat.,. -CClldlhonlllQ.

'57 SARATOGA $1245

.t 4 door s.don eutomatlC ............_.
; 63 OLDSMOBILE 62 RAMBLER 56 PONTIAC $595 ==. ste.nng power broke, rodeo

IJ $545
I, : "8" 2. Door Hardtop. Power Station Wagon Classic. Fully 2-Door Sedan. Automatic trans. '62 RAMBLER
= steering, automatic transmission, equipped Including eir.conclationminion: power steering, radio 62 RENAULT
I radio, heater. heater. V-8. .. Heater '57 BUICK 4-do statlCltl saga Pony ?...in,.
$2575 1495 $395 Dot : I 2-door. hardtop. Pow.. oeang, power =::hwt.brave,.v.e.eutanonw tranImI-\
brake rodo Pe N .
t i! $245 $1295



= 2201 N. MAIN ST. 372-4373

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:8&6.. w.. I Price

: Fully quipped Corvair Sport Coupe '
MOTOR CO. V 4 Powtrglidt, PB, radio, heater, tinted
.' windshield,largo hub caps,not belts,
1 \r 110 h. tr comfort 0
h p. engine convenience
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61 CADILLAC :sd:. 62 OLDSMOBILE iL Stock No. 128

Factory air-conditioning autonic top Sedan.: Santa'i c.lon- t .
window and meets.brilliant white and red$OAAC $ ,I .
aye power 0 6
Snow whit. With Iht toving enthii Power iteenng. ZU 7 J .dd ,.
car, Santa cm |.t lore moro
or toko a met $ S
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60 CADILLAC 4.Wi"dow S.doll. windows Factory conditioning, electric" ACT NOW WHILE THEY LAST

autronic ayt. ... ..$1395
power.serviced Factory Local elr-condltlonlng fcy 1 ana 1> G.owner Iweptionelly Sold and and full THIS IS IT! FINAL SELL OUT!
nice car. Take trio Hp ta grotidfather's -
home in.style.. $2095 62 MERCURY Meteor, '
and comfort. ,. Soclall.V '.
radio heater aura. $ NEW 64 Chevrolets
matlc troriimiiiion, 1 073

torn Sports Coup Factory 01!,-
188 Down Delivers'U5ID
conditioning bucket seats, au 61 FORD G1"' $t tonic eye crul.e control power Factory .1-cOll.
windows and seat Local ana ditlonlng, V-l, Power iteeringA .
Lilted.,.Sold new and fur serviced$5.600.by 100 B&G.% car.A very. .smooth. ..H. .. r$1395 ;' with established crcdft-lawjnonthly",terms! "4
arranty. 3% *OOOC CARS

fnencing."p MANY BELOW ACTUAL < te Mlect from, ell fully equipped $OOAfimadali
60 MERCURY SS27Fectory : I b .t. .. ZXVO stock Ne J0
prices y." "lOW"
63 OLDSMOBILE ft"Herdtop Ir-canditionlng Local DEALER COST! COME EARLY!
Sedan. Factory air-con.,. one Eicellent.awnor co. . 'OOC 773
drtioning tilt wheel power.t.

lag white deluxe power and,Interior.blue braket.with. $2195 Beautiful Large Stock "OK" Used Cars END Priced!

62 CROWN HrP's,

OLDSMOBILE "71" den.leather.Santa Factory Clout conditioning red with white, '64 IMPAlA HARDTOPS 1963 .1963 1956 1963
town crude control., loaded
sedan, factory air conditioning, with featurei.Seden. . $2695 CHEV. CHEV. CHEV. FORD

control.cruise . /, ...$2295 4... ttcItt1. V-f. auto Impale. .4-dr. hordrip. Con"tbl.. V-1. 11/10. Ciottll 4-dr..,V...wtn.t..a. .
", RGH ",. PI, ter i V-/. sate ........ RGH tlOftf.. AGH rums end t_. MGH. PS, tare
Catalina C0ftd4IIonI"9, ..Ire cr..... PB. air" contlillonl"/ look end .,,1... hke wth, Neck' 1Mater.1IlA .
t'toP ""M. 64 PONTIAC Me .......,. bkn rib. ",.. I I IPA. /IlA.
59 BUICK air conditioning Holly green. Alf-cendl-( 11/A.

":.n'. :...... .. 895 tioned.Ing and Power broke tteerOAOC*. OU7 J $1588 $688 $1788
While they lest Hurry $2488
Pull Price stack
..Lw.e $2288 H..471' 1963

STATION WAGON Meay mere ."_are 10,1// Priced CHEVV 1962 1954 fORD'1957 CHEV

FORDS Cab,.. v"/. aura
THESE SLEIGHS WILL GO 63 $1388 c-ertlble. Vauto.. DODGE 4.dr. V,'. 11.,4, ...
As Low As t_.. ItCH, t7.A.. .dr, sedan. .....,. ................ /tGN eerM'Hone.. 'J.1t6H.1.1..'s'c-e""
WHEN THERE IS NO SNOW. $ Geed second ..,. 111. II4PA.No"9o 'Ot
62 o lr $98' $1788 $88' $188 $1988
Indtf with ttkk $ 61 CAs:l Loww: L S $1088r
ihlft. . . .$995 Power itaering. W/J A 1962
1963 1962
VOJKS 1954
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61 FALCON{:; ;.995 $ .,..en... end beck. ..... .......d. P4. 2... Aden d.k.e" 1t6.
Air.conditioned. 1295 ONLY ONLY ONLY ... ......11194 4'dr' ..'s0". l17'A. ,.... H.I''''_ 1OA.

$488 S488 S38 $1488 $48 $1 488 $1288

60 FORD Jt-1: .795 48 WILLYS S? MOO N.. 1111A N. IJSPA N. SIB

name you con fruit, over 25 years service 'o Colnetville"





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K DearCustomers: '. ; .t. .:,;. .
Leon "LL" Stanley We at .Gainesville Auto Sales would. ''f ... '. B
r like to.takenlopportunlty'to: say .. ,, T "r' "
thonk to you'for making.the year la
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1964'the.greatest In ourhlstory.: Every automobile in stock at North. i

We arefarateful>forjhavlng had .' (central 1 Florida's No. 1 1 Dealer has been t-;

tn..opp rtunlty,' to.s.rv'.YOII. { drastically reduced for CHRISTMAS! B
dp and sincerely) hope you continue
to',enjoy the
:: you purchased from us. FOR HIM SOME CARSREDUCED.

You are cordially (Invited to '65. MUSTANG '
W. A. "Little BHIy" Tutenu drop In and visit us at ,
time.We Coup. 'boded with axtroi I
1 any 0'd : ,
'. I Includes factory air wn81In0 '
extend ttheo you This' ,, ca 4-iprtd surd Nonsmissr24 bH.; 4 AS' MUCH' AS I' -nto" ;j
and yours beautiful only 7.OOOi' John
I merriest Itathir Inttrlor.
3 of Christmas' I NOW ONLY
'' and a most DODGE .,
$3041 .. rurotoft tula tr.",.. ,
I prosperousNew $500 62 1380
&. Maw >lw wltltt.
/ The StaffGainesville'Year!' wtllt$1595.oval. NOWCHEVROLET Ultre.WAS l

I Rey "Sfotkeer"".Wood Auto Sales a

,, i Imiult loert Coup. toot
64 cluil mllll.whin wonrN 2680,
fit' I 'Inttrlor. .t.. trtnk H
FOR HER v... ,.. RaN Uk. now.
WAS $JotS .NOW. .
63 FAIRLANE 500 ,

r, y '64 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN I 1.1?h.N.Ml N iMby Ta111.fA TnlNry ctn, lull (1 the h.ndle fhlnf 63.1.....,....,.....FORD..M.n6.Idr.,VI,h.M.iwln ..... 2150
t t STATION WAGON, lark blut'. wit* light Uut bucktt MII I Iilr ., rd. RLN /, mnyMMti
x \IswN eondltlwilfif h. ,V'1 anon.. IM.' ri...RaN....,,.factory. y trldn I. I eN.r/t..rln.."n. lowly
,Roomy 9, pviMngtr.. equipped whh'V-ff.n- Ilk..d n.na.so d. [ WAS $2495 NOWMERCURY
alflf, Crulw-0-Motle,trantmlulon, P3. RCrH.lu '
.with:blue matching, Inttrkw, Just :Cl.onat NOW ONLY
you will v r find on*
Johnnie Colemen NOW ONLY $1877Open _M..IoreyIOd., ... 'IC.
lory Nr pNl/l.nlrq. v 4rb
$2699 59 .R.N. a1.InN" MIMF 770
Crwns wllh whll.
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61 bp/,,Mw wIM' willie NAwall 1290.

s WAS $1595 NOW

1 NO", DOWN. I PAYMENT_. CARS -\ For 2 TIL Your DARK Shopping 1 62. ;il.rlt Aur.M CHEVROLETFALCON.,':...l..rt fA.. .:willi.ri::,rat:: 1695,

$1 z 'Convenience
; 58 t3 u:,, ,tI.t wopon. :.V;fl: .

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63 1620
FORD 171 "VI. ".nanpFalrlan.
55 ., salon .. $2400 WAS SII95 '"NOWCHEVROLET'
hi outomatk.ttH. :.. .;
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110 4.dr.sedan. V.lql" I 61 w/w *.n.. Rart.. seutamaflc 1400
PH .. .,.r., wwtltw: Io": ."/ adHn
:... M.. NOW
Dtluxa sedan with heat. ; vinyl; In. 1295
CHEVROLET tenor, ana awns, low miltoflt.mllfi. .
\ 58', RCH.II.I.AI",.4.-.dr.I...outamatlc.." ..F'..V.11.. $$3441 ,..,. TR-4 $2395 Cwrdrr, .:FORD::'''d, *I.tlr .
Road! witll wire whttlt' R&H 4. rln.rrw
P" 101. spud trontmlwon, 6,000 actual 6 3 w. M va 2 2 5 0

l 62 Dtlux mltll. 4-dr LARK 6 Cyl, auto, front S 1195 .S N/nw r..d 1m'wMh;:NOW Now R.N

haottr 21000 actual rolls

W .... FALCON. ..
63 > aN.w_ par. tr+ 1380
"MM. tr.M ..tit.t MM
+# 1. wAi $1595 Now

M T 62i71450."We

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deal in, Northeentreil Florida .' DODGE.

t car and conditlonbelnl..quol". .. AGAIN"W": ". 'j iI i\,. .' ..'.',''w..w.r..r_. tr-. rear.
". if 62'::.:S'us-. -Now 1130

mm 1 1r no ? SALES

(';!AcroM: from the Shopping Center (Open From 9 'til 9)T) Phone 372-6313J

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