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Title: Gainesville sun
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Housing Cods Passes First Test; Future CloudyCOMMISSIONER


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By BILL HALER SUit Staff Writer "We are dealing with very basic rights here One of the three Turlingtoll-"I'eel the same as Mr. Sutherland. I didn't vote
The proposed housing code passed its initial voting test J-l baste freedoms Is the right of ownership of property by the fruits for it (the code) because federal subsidies I feel its necessary
1'r Monday night before a packed house of proponents and opponents. Tit our labor. I believe we are taking away some of that freedom," for Gainesville ...
The code first reading was approved by Commissioners Alan
he said noting he was referring specifically to a section of the
Sutherland, Ed Turlington and Jim Richardson, rejected by Mayor Rlchardmn comments, promoting his earlier motion to Include
Howard McKinney and Ignored by Byron Wlnn, who was absent code that would establish a five-man housing board as overseerof one member of both the city commission and the planning boardon
during the voting. local building conditions. the proposed codes housing board also indicated he opposes
public housing
c. Following the balloting Mayor McKinney set Dec 28 as the McKinney who later presented an amendment dropping the
date when its fate finally will be decided. housing board section if It was provided solely to qualify for federalaid "I feel very strongly about property rights. I'm against publlo

have concluded his appeal by stating, "The people make the alums; housing But that s why we need city representatives on the board-
The possibility that commissioners might decided the issue to "
Monday was killed by the absence of Winn. "I think every endeavor the slums don't make the people" work with private enterprise he added.

should be made to get our colleague Mr. Winn here," Richardsonsaid McKinney amendment failed for lack of a second. Other commissioners Including Mayor McKinney endorsed Richardson
"I think he should have the privilege of standing up and being 's amendment, provided the proposed representation la on a
mvA counted.* Other commissioners also were quick to declare their opposition voluntary basis He then withdrew the motion, nothing he "Just

Wlnn showed about an hour after the code had been voted a to public housing: wanted to get some sort of agreement' on his plan.

final bearing He gave no explanation for his tardiness. Sutherland "I'm opposed to public housing unless private enterprise After 55 minutes of talk Including a few contributions from the

Prior to voting, commissioners reviewed the code's good and can't solve the problem. If It can't, then I would changemy audience on public housing the first vote was taken. But the next

I bad points aided by assorted comments from the audience mind. meeting will tell tile real story.C01'IJ'lissiOlt.
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1 On the commission side and in general, the discussion centered
: : WLNN: on the bugaboos of public housing. Mayor McKinney carried the
anti-socialism standard with a ringing speech which drew both ap-
Not Present for Vote plause and jeers from the restless crowd.

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WATER: FIGHT 89th Year, No, 139 GAINESVILLE, FLA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE UoHOMI
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i PUC Investigation

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lly JEAN CARVER: Sun Staff Writer _
N Although they were accused of declaring war on private
utilities firms, three members of the City Commission
Monday night declared their intent to revise the, I
0 city' utilities extension policy to allow expanding the
water power and sewer system beyond the city limits.
\ The same trio Commission. .
?,. ilt- era Ed Turlington, James Rich.
'j'
','o arditon and Howard McKinney
'. /f also approved plan request.
Ing a Florida Railroad and Pub-
sIatcicpka1. lie Utilities Commission Investigation .
W of private power firms

I operating adjacent to city I
boundaries In the county
-- "It appears to me we are unofficially
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v .A. declaring war on prf
!t ', vat. utllltlei which might be
.
", .. .. contiguous to city limits! ," Com.mlwiontr .
Alan ,Sutherland pro.
""".: -- '. } tested.. "We should take a sensible

""' '" COUCH of action and I don't
I # think this U."
.EItj ;'IJ Both proposals came from
Rlchardnon
Citing growing problems the
.1l city facet as sstelllle utilities
firms continue to ring the city
''. / JUCIIARDSOV
..T.1 -particularly the developing City frihould; Du the lob
western area just beyond the
I' city limits around 17) IlkII.rdlOn ,
Mrs. R. C. Johns, 1111 NW 55th St. J\ln. C. I*. Weber 1110 NW 55th St. told commissioners they I
dldnl have to look farther than PackedHome I


2 Men Missing in Newnans Lake like Monday's He West explained newspaper.Park that subdivision when areas I I :

which was without water from ,
Its private well from
3 pm I
A flotilla of power boats NW 8th Ave and D. C. Mullls, found the boat near the cen- iffs Department and Deputy life vest shoes and dip net.belonging Sunday until city crews hooked Agenda
churned the chilly wind whip 42, of 217 NW 36 Ter., were ter of the lake, but there was James Hooten reported they to the men. up an emergency pipeline to
ped, waters of Newnans Lake last seen about 10 '.m. Mon. no sign of the two men. had learned the boat was equip- The search was Initiated city mains at 1 p.m. Monday I Clly fflddli played to I
I this morning searching for day when they launched their The boat was found In about ped with life preservers and shortly after Proctor wife call* have water and sewer p r o bJems picked house Moods ,
signs of two men missing since 12-foot fiberglass boat In the eight feet of water with only that both the men could swim. ed the Sheriffs Department "Who's called on The sight, drawing' 'I' *uiil *ceol
Monday morning. lake. a part of the bow above water. Also recovered In the vicinity about t.30 lilt night and re cU,." more thai IM wilt a
of the sunken craft was a cap, ported her husband had not returned "If were going to be called program inal Included .Ikeprapowtf
on to put out fires, should
from the fishing trip. we homing code, 1]
have the opportunity to go In propoied aMtuabl ildtwslk .
Joining deputies In the search
) SHOPPING were boats from the Gainesville there with competing rates," and sewer projects !
SherThe Richardson argued In wed tfalaftvlll: .
(g) I'ower Boat Squadron
OW unJ1f
I and the County Civil Defense lie took a swipe at county of. I Com mi........,. approved
office. flrlals on the West Park problem (he sewer .....11..1 rt t-
} which sent city commls.sloaers : hillo sad delayed acting

Cold Hits Into special s e f lion I I "a he sidewalk ..... .atrewlullwi
Sunday night.
unlit
By GRACE KNIGHT ing together In radio equipped sorted and cleaned dolls and "Last night" he bid same af the
Mayor i ) could ke ,
prefect r..lud
v... Student Journalist trucks. They picked I "
toys IerL'-J\nd
toy
up Howard
h
McKinney, "I o p t d !Mrs>> their Dte. tl meet.Ing .
Santa's Toy Shop will be donated by families In an parts, Two truck loads of doll furniture CUISTIUS SEALS( fll"TI d you would have urged that the/ .

open In Gainesville! Dec 17 and of the city. ,' were transported to the liter RESmiTORr DISUSES There Too county commissioners be call. I, .llm-e (key tailed to ,.....
Club Waldo
Since then have been Boy on Bead, ed la, not Just "
efforts Mr.
,
II for the distribution of toys Kelly, plrl' Monday's imf'. Ike ;
from the Empty Stock h g made to restore these toys to where they were painted and IH4 1011 By THE ASSOCIATED PrimA He pointed to areas on a temmluloe tMlinvtd Ike
Fund. their original attractive appearance repaired. Twenty boys, assisted if..f cold front swept south ever large map where "private mill meeting" inlil tonight. I II
Since August 50 organizations City Firemen have been by staff and a d a 11 volunteers, / Florida early today bringing ties firms have begun to ring ,I n. meeting 1 II scheduled
worked under the direction of chilly wind gusts and rain. tile
have been working toward this repairing and painting bicycles. city ru r Tea IIAt Uillilrooperaiba
moment cooperating com- Twenty four troops of Girl I tor.Charles Dobba program direc m jnS The Weather Bureau Miami Much of what Is there Is I trout, IM IB I II
said scattered frost
munity action Scouts, working three troops at luve may occur substandard" RJehard.on said Sill Ate. I Ii
The Junior Woman's Club, a time washed dol clothes (See YIXE ee Page f) In with!Interior the mercury north Florida bkly to tonight touch "What they put back In the i

with 120 members, will be In pound we may have to drink"
the 21 to H degree; bracket:
local- He said the made the subject important It
.
charge of the Toy Shop Elsewhere temperatures publw health a*
ed in the former Margaret Ana not expected to go below 40 were to {Il 7vj III the growing problem the city communion new.RMhardxun .
store next to City Ha! OB N. and the southeast coast and with' the fact Ul\ the ; called fur( protect
.. Northeast First Av*. They win Keys bad 70 degree haws taprocpecta. arena under coMhlrratlon are Win of the 'II,'. "investment !II
work In shifts of two hears likely to be Inrorporittd into At utilities department Insist.i .
each, en a schedule arranged The cold front moved sou th- UM city at some tunas date << e wtrcn .. r g* u
by Mrs. Douglas Shanklln t eat Into the Florida Straits and

; chairman was expected to bans up to **
i, Toys win be given ta exchange Bahama Iitawts. Two Get Life for Murder; I
for cards issued by A* Ram ki Florida Monday wseta
I chua County Central W.11art I amounts generally less hit I
I under the supervision of Mrs. one quarter Itch The southeast Assault Try Neb 10 Years
LoWe Schafer, director coast got Ugh sprinkle
"Santa's helpers wfl! see so The mercury dipped at TaRaluuee By NORM UCOE L'ncle Jack) Cufp l'pt' in hi
the card the game and age of to M "". Cauwtvlfto fee luff Writer Waldo Road grocery April 2!.
. each chfld to the family and had J7 decrees, Tampa had 4t RoJxrt Lamar Joint and while trying to rob him.
the parent who brings the card and Fort M,ers, U. Miami/ waa Jolla tort Dampitr, convicted Jom, O. of CIIlp""' emf
wilt be helped to select toy U. At Penwcola to far northwest .f first degree murder Prt Damper, Zl, ., Itarte, said
for each one." said Mrs. ScIWofl. -p sry Florida, the thermomeUr's 4 by a jury -"( recommmd- they will ant appeal the ver
low reading was a. H merry, ..,. trntemcd toIls dicts.AdkJns.
Sources of funds to pmldesw to print Monday by Circuit told the pair they
toys are many, start II' W1IKIIETO Judge Janw C. Adkbie Jr. had a ,.... brat with the elec.
with aj appraprtottoei from tte Clrno GUrhrlfl. a Negro convicted tile chair Their court apv
tailed. Fund and Including eon. FIND IT ai an miniated eased pointed attorneys, William Alto
truMuons by service and civic * welfare societies C..ist . . 14
e rgaatxatioas, etudnl wife. was *frKn<*d to Uoncy Jr for Dampier said
CI.eajfie4. ,4-"
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and Individuals. II year His attorney, SVIJgCoftlin toy are satisfied to let the '
A collection of seed toys vas B T.* Cl.b Pmram Dlmler Ota/fie Detbej' (left) asd Chris Mamm. pfcr.lnl b.tractor. ....rt.I...... UOMveries MM an appeal to higher dirt slant ver-
made early to \It* US by torn. bfM seeing a awxwUbi e>f Cbrtolwaa gays whirl win be dLetrtlvtel by . 2Opissiee twirl will he flied sum*' A third eVfrmtoitt to the mar*
hen of fee Junior Clamber ef the Cmuity tevlrsl Welfare Agency wider Mr*, little rVhafer U teed? faattlie rj . 4 dI.IteIJ. ecr cane Connie Louise Dampier .

Commerce and the CommunraUM The Beye' flab helped! renovate the leys which were eloMledi earlier. (Sea Pkwte> e.> Wemen's Speer .. .11.11. 6 Joiner and Dampttr' wennfound .e IS. wile .f J,na Scott
Workers America wortL by Teeaaiy Lewis) pill Ultasj R. T. (Isle TKLU. M rigs t)

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GaInesville Sun Tueidoy. December 15, IVo,t



in the NEWSBriefly. Steel Talks Open, LbjtUflttCPsnIr,5


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Union Lambasted irrIngimanIl. who ,, will,, Ia Iund sodo PU'IOvII N,1bc,

ZONESA we, ci,

Polr. Wormor thlt oftorwon Wodnndoy, tonight L ondWoJnotdoy RANDY REED vllle, who died Saturday night

PITTSBURGH (AP) '- The try to the disturbance of a potential -Mi .tonight N to M with ocottorod after a brief illness.
tror) Hlghnt Wodnndiy In ,
tho 05*
AFIXTO United Steelworkersopen crisis date. The union NorthMll' 10 Mil wlnoo I to II mllotM LAKE BUTLER Word has
,hour IMo oftornoon end death He was married to the former -
tonight
oo here of the
contract talks with 11 maJor must know that reopening notices received
coming oulhooM to oouttl II to WmllM Frances Brannen, daugh.
producer today amid scathing will not Induce the companies on Dour WidnoMoy. Randy Reed 29. Jackson-
B C Fair and rather ter of Mr. and Mrs. Everette
criticism.. to demands that
Industry grant are
cold through Wednesday with Brannen, Lake Butler. HIs
These are plant-level ncgoti economically unacceptable.
some frost tonight. Low 28 to Attaches widow, one son, Larry, and a
lions. The national contract Is The union's demands, as outlined
scheduled to be reopened the last month, Include higher 35, high Wednesday around daughter, Deanna, are amongthe

first of the year. pay, but no specified amount to. Northeasterly IS mile survivors.

i In a joint statement Mondaythe yet; unlimited unemploymentpay winds.0 Polr ond .._ cold through Given Boot Mr. Reed was born In Paint

11 major companies, which for senior workers and MMnoMoy lomo tro.1 Inlorlor' tonight Rock, Ala., and moved to Jacksonville .

represent more than 70 per cent more paid holidays, longer paid Norlhooitorly. Low,40 11 on to buch N milt to, 10 wind'"Inlond. 12 years ago.
of the nation's steel output, vacations and more liberal holiday I P '.1, ond coot through Wo.*. By RussiaMOSCOW
"05w. Low tonight oround 40 chutco) ANNIE MAE GRIFFIS
scored the union for announcing and vacation eliglbilty re- ot lomo ocottorod troll Intorlor iretlon -
it would the contract. qurements. Hlh w-dnottoy oromldts. (APThe Soviet
reopen Northooilorlx" II to M mill wind. STARKE Mrs. Annie Mae
The companies said this "put i Steelworkers now earn an average day 0) -Low Pin sos, cool through Vvodnoo- closed the gate today be- Griffin, 40, died in a hospital
tonight 401 Inlond 1
the country to the disturbance I of $>.03 hourly and get tile MOCK High Wodnoidox ond loon four Western military at here Monday after a long 111-

of a potential crisis date." seven paid holidays. SfflA.NorlhMllif"' soN ordering them to leave ness.

The USW which last month I Union President David J. McDonald I Portly ckwdy ond rattw countryafter they already

said it would reopen the contract has put no price tag on "cool I* tltrough a. high WoilnoMay WodnoMl-y Low low tonight,11II. ::,: : : scheduled to go. She was born In Columbus.

to seek higher pay and the package, but has said it is Northmtorly YlM..lIlATUIIII' U to M ,"II. wlndi Ga. She was a member of the
IL5eW005.
total job -security, .is free 10 not Inflationary.The 11151." Low Pr5)p. Four Soviet! attaches in the Baptist Church.

strike 120 days after the national industry statement said T..PO JlCk-.lIl. 07 12 so 31 ..os oa ) 1 States and Britain were

talks start. This would make] "the union's program goes cither -; A'IMt.New is 20 I out Surviving are her husband,
Ori.s
May 1, the earliest possible to taking for the steelworkers .- SII.7 3.at Sidney W.; two daughters, Car.
tinwYnN is at The four In Moscow three ol Ann and Brenda Sue; one
strike date.However. an unfair share of the .
I WnMngtmChlcigo
1
at ,
since the crippling proceeds of the business at the :M II and one Briton son, Sidney Jr., all of Starke;
Konm City :a7 21 aft two brothers Joseph Frith, Jack.
been accused of spying
strike of 1959-60-the most recent !expense of others, or increasing Din.- SI 27
SAP Wlropnota to Ito tunl one union and management restrictions/ upon the compa 05. lII.rIII III aa Soviet agents forcibly sonville, and Tommy Frith, Ft.
I
Lot An.I" 70 44s.slIs : and confiscated;Gordon, Ga.; one sister, Mrs.
have tried to meet In advance -nies. 20 ::16 A tem
Buttons for Benefit W. L. Thlgpen Starke.1ULDRED .
of formal negotiations to and notebooks Sept. 26


Rlchmand, Ind., High School pupils have collected provide Industry's breathing statement room.follows FEC CaljNotes 'Is Off Khabarovsk military headquarters the Soviet city.Far KNIGHT

3,429,500 buttons to win a Cincinnati radio stall ...'. Mrs. Mildred A. Knight, 70.
the first of union chairmen -
meeting
content and its prize of a free dance band and fc.iow Since then they have been de 527 NE 8th Ave., died Mondayat
which the pupils will convert into a fund-raking from the 11 companies and permission to travel In the Alachua General Hospital

benefit for Randy Stlgleman, 17, paralyzed from the their The management statement laid counterparts.In part: Sq ;ueeze by let Union, as military at She was the wife of RobertA.

waist down after he suffered a broken neck in a normally do. The U.s. Knight of Knight's Nursery
will
the unloi
"We hope that
football game. He's shown with Miss Arlene Ryle, reconsider and not put the coun- ST. AUGUSTINE (APAn circuit court by the Florid';Pub- I British governments denied A native of Lakeside, Ohio

one of his nurses. embargo on hauling aggregatessuch lie Utilities Commission after spy charges.The she came here in 1925 from

as sand, limestone and the railroad announced the dateIt 'Pensacola. She was a house.
American and British
FOREBODINGFormer Adlai Draws rock and pulpwood was lifted by would go into effect. Informed the Soviet I'wife.

President Harry S. the Florida East Coast Railway Judge Howell Melton at St. that Survivors include her husband

Truman he had Indications today in compliance with a circuit Augustine Issued an order Friday Ministry Monday ; three sons Franklin W

13 days before says President Frank AfricanIre court order. requiring the embargo to b, four men were being with Knight, Gainesville; John R.

lln D. Roosevelt died that The railroad stopped hauling lifted by midnight Monday.The from the Soviet Union. Knight, Oak Ridge, Tenn; and

Roosevelt's life was near an these materials last Friday, say. railroad has been operat.! embassies said they had Alvin A. Knight, Atlanta; and

in UN ing under a federal court order ed on a limited basis since 11 put under Improper re-one grandson.

end.In transcribed television :requiring it to restore pre-strike non-operating unions went on equivalent to denying
a conditions It could strike the right to remain In the ALBERT COMER
series to be broadcast next Fri working not Jan. 23, 1963-now the
UNITED NATIONS N.YAP .
Truman said find qualified workers to handle longest strike in U. S. rail his- Albert Comer, 55, of Earle-
day, : African critics of U.S
( ) the materials.The A short time later the US ton, died Sunday In the University .
"It became perfectly obviousto policy in the Congo mobilized tory.The
embargo was taken to railroad Indicated it was declared three So of Florida Medical Center
me that due to (his) health I today for a counterblast at U..!! "Ii'a military attaches in Wash after a long illness.
would eventually Inherit the Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson I and
More persona non grata, He was assistant supervisorat
presidency. I had seen him just after he accused them of Injecting British government did like- the Sunland Training Center .
"black racism" into the security AboutWater
13 days before. His eyes were
to a Soviet attache in Lon- and bad lived in Gainesville
smile Council debate.
sunken, his magnificent six years. lie was born

was missing from his care-worn Ambassador Achar Marof of don.Today the Soviet Foreign Min In SummervUle, Ga.

face. He seemed a spent man. Guinea told newsmen a strategy From Pace 1 11 sent notes to the American I Surviving are his wife, Mrs

"I realized I would probably meeting would be held today by British embassies declaring Maude Bender Comer; stepson

have to take over an ImpossibleJob AP Wlroprioto to Itid Sun 'the 18 African and 4 Asian natlons -log that the city be allowed to clare the city's intent 10-extend four Western attaches per Jimmy Kahr, Earleton; moth

and I had a strange feeling who have charged before compete. utilities into developing areas non grata Both embassies er, Mrs. Lula Comer, Powder

that Mr. Roosevelt knew." levi Elhkol, Israel's third the council that the United "This is vital," he said. I I that are likely to become mu the Soviet action was not Springs, Ga.; three brothers.

Roosevelt died April 12, 1945. prime minister turned to the States and Belgium committed Objecting to Richardson nlcipal responsibilities sometime to change plans for the 'John and Grant, Powder

Truman, then vice president, resignation of his gay-ru aggression by lending para- recommendations, Sutherland I in the future followed a to leave within a week. Springs, and Cicero, Summ rville -

was sworn In that day. mont In Jerusalem M e a day troops to rescue whites held by suggested a cooperative effort report by engineering consul The three Americans are Col. I ; five sisters, Mrs. Willie

night! Parliament was about the Congolese rebels. with county commissioners to ants outlining the economic tea A. Aubrey, the chief Hutchins, Gainesville, M r I.

BARGAINERDavid 'to 'vote" on a no confidence Most Afrlcaa delegates who define standards for private siblllty of extending electric, attache; Army Lt. Col. Archie Ramey and Mrs. John

J. McDnnald,. presl moll in a against his govern had denounced the Unite utilities so that "If and when water and sewer lines out New- R. Llever and Air Force Tuder of Trios, Ga, Mrs. Lee

dent of the. Un_ ment. Eshkol./ office since States and Belgium! in the council the city takes over 'we wouldbe berry Road to 1-75. ]. James F. Smith. The Bri-Cochran of Powder S p r Ings

ted SteeIrk. ;June er.MJ,"and /bit/ foven.. debate refused to commenton assured they would meet I The Black, Crow and Eld. Is Lt.' Cmdr. Nigel N. Lav- and Mrs. William McDonald of
meat win remain as cartat- Stevenson's blistering reply city standards." Summerville.
ers, AFL -CIO, ,c ness report said the city could .
met Monday In era until formation a new Monday. But they plainly did Richardson said he considered anticipate an estimated $23,000

Pittsburgh with ene. not relish his charge that they Sutherland's course of action annual profit on an Initial $100,. I

R. Conrad were guilty of "irrational, Irreponsible 'surrender." 000 Investment to Include the Plans Made I I.N""T.

Cooper Jr., a RETURNS insulting and repug He accused Sutherland of be- MS Newberry Road Interchange
"
vice president L nant lanauag. log part of commission action plus 1,000 homes on city utill This
of the U.S. .!resident Chung lice Park of Pro-Western nations voIced in the past that "pursued the approximately $2,249,000
South Korea returned Seoul of tout ties.Black Cangressman D. R. (Billy) II a General Services Admin-
Steel Corp, pri-| to praise for Stevenson's speech, tactic delay, delay delay, Crow and Eldsnes announced that he stratlon Project

or to company-! today from West Germany, i.tn which he said many of the > us "in the position we are also were assigned to preparea Senators Spessard Hol

by company where he signed an agreement countries criticizing the United In now. plan for developing city utill and George Smathers to

bargaining on a new labor con for $39 million In commercial States are openly supplying mil- Richardson's motion to de- ties in the Newberry Road sec for the dedication
tract. They are the top bargainers loans to his government present Gainesville SunPublllh.d
,Itary aid to the Congolese re I tor leading to the interstatewith The Federal Build I
for each side.
.. More About
the report not to exceed Dedication will be held at ivenlngi txeept
DIVORCE Stevenson told the council the $18.900. Saturday and Sunday morn.
United Slates had "no apologies p.m. on Sunday afternoon, Inca by the Gainnvilli''' Publishing .
Court Although Richardson firs
.
( 10. Company ot 101 SE
.Actress Anne Francis won a 10 make to any state appearing called for a resolution asking ) : 2nd P1cc,. Gainnvilli.:: Florida'

divorce from Dr. Robert D. Abe- before this council" for its partIn the Railroad and Public Utilities The Post Office portion of and intirid as second class

loft on the grounds of extreme the operation which rescued* From Page 1 Commission to Investigate Federal B u t 11 din g was I manor at tho Pose Offico, asGoiniviilo

cruelty after testifying super- ,700 white civilians from thebels. private firms for business ott Mon. Florida.C1aCULA1'tON .
Evidence power operating
the
was acquitted by jury
ior court that he was "Impossi RATH ITCARRIK
October
19
in Alachua County morning 1964
surrounding
Indicated she was sleeping ,
ble to please." "We are proud of our part in OR MAIL
Gainesville he bring to a reality a dream
saving human lives imperiled in the couple's car when changed the request 1 Wool .45
to letter from the by Gainesville citizens .
the crime was committed. a commission IM $SIS
by the civil war in the Congo,
LOSES Issue In asking the 1956. This is the year
he said. Insanity had been an state commission All mall lubierlptloni mutt
the Federal Office Build- bi paid 'In advance.Mtmbir .
Joiner's defense, although two to informally Invest I
.Mori-ton Rolleilon Jr. takes a Stevenson charged the Congolese -
psychiatrists testified during gate the matter. project was begun by Con- of Audit Buriau of
'phone call In his Atlanta office Insurgents have received that he Matthews. Circulation.
pretrial proceedings He asked that the investiga
Monday afterthe open support from Algeria, I Federal All motorlol centum! IwriM HWo
I Ghana, Sudan, Red China, the understood the difference be ,Ion determine whether the Building was I proptrty ot tno OolnowHWPuMltnint '
Supreme ,., tween right and wrong, firms have restrictive arrangements by the firm of ("'P"'f. Ic) .IMt, P.O.production .
any .
Soviet Union Brazzaville .
Court ruled Congo .1 I M wlwo or "Hi port 10
r. and Burundi. legal test of sanity. Both sale involving private Construction Comp ny Welly torMMm without too wrltlmpormlnloft

IIitiII against the Heart him of and Atlanta :. Moat of the African countries I society's code meant little water and sewer companies In I Jacksonville at total cost of ot IHo PuNiulOSi"iri .

Motelby which have condemned military Joiner, whom they described the county regarding "package ,
as mentally defective with personality "
upholdingthe I aid from outside Africa have disorders.One arrangements.

public accommodations- themselves received such aide Richardson called for an Investigation
of the two doctors said :
Jack Roland "Murph the said. a few days after the trial that Into whether I u b- / ? _
Surf Murphy of Miami I, section of the He said that in his seven Joiner probably Insane, withIn sidles or advances have been or )

leaves criminal court la New Civil Rights years at the United Nations he the general meaning of the are being made to water and k _
tad heard such invectives
York Monday alter ent-rlag Act. Rolleston, never term. sewer companies and whether

a plea of !Innocent to charges president of the motel and Its that used against the United Gilchrist. 28, whose wife fled the subsidies, if any are included .

Involving the theft of $...1Ot attorney who argued the case, !tales during the present de sobbing from the courtroom I in the rate base. I

worth .. Jewels from the holds a telegram advising him bate.' when sentence was passed, was Richardson's motions to e x. "
New York Museum ot Natural of the ruling. He said he wis I I "But even such a torrent of convicted by Jury of terrorizing tend city services beyond the .
Dlltor not surprised at the dechlon.Wortliingtoii abuse of my country is of no 1
) a student wife for M minutes. city limits and to ask for the '
consequence compared 10lie attempting to persuade her to state investigation of private I. ..... MILORIO A. PIMTOIOtrylwo 'i
specter of racial antagonism tor "" ,.. Mlldrod A .
TrhtlOpcns and conflict raised In this consent to sexual Intercourse. power firms were approved ),1. 110 Os.Ia' ..m .. _KnightU of' I
noted before *. on Thvndoy. Dicniiiir I,.
Judge Adklns Commission Sutherland objected nu
I ; bet," he said. "I make 01 Pint MttHodM CIMrcn ., _*! *.
sentence that Gilchrist and Wino not ..... .
passing Byron was VIOl wllft Thi-Mo MHOcon.
Accused of MotherMIAMI lense race In of this the respect sins of But the Cham-I never has been In trouble, has present until after 11 pm.Tbeactioaauthortzed. wu OUCIM Ivorgroon'no lorlc Contotor**. lorlol ondorrOCNM WM N,05 5,, for WORK SPORT PLAY!
Killing
dote for white racism a good wife, two children, and the 0* WllliomO-Tho-AO. PworolWOIPHI

enjoyed a good reputation. mayor to draft the fetter asking GIVE
black racbm. .
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(AP-Rlchard) Worthington trial for his life today. Nevertheless, Adklns said for the Informal Investigation. I Pwnrol*oorvicoo M* WILLIAM lor .... -IUA 5 oooo ..
Gilchrist. as a painter, held a u. t. Mordwoig a.*. w *. _
student for
a 22-year-old college Attorneys the defense and OOIW40IIIOPM..JI" TWOO0 rG

I charged with the murder I prosecution selected a Jury Mon- Buy Projtcrty position of homes trust to in going work, intopeoples' and GUS Club PlDMrOj U.CMOOl IOM WM oo JMO 5*.. WOUoy.' JOMHM> 00comoor N- Pkaaca Jf

day. Each prospective Juror was lioom. POM 4 tnomot DO. AOMMM
mother went For
of his foster on .Laning violated that trust. Makes Cards XunK, con .cn g *w oonrtcM __
questioned closely about whether M Ml to M IMUcroo W-mvW ......
I I "EverY winter owes a treat MO IIIO, GIVE HIM
they believed in the death Purchase contracts for six I responsibility to the public;and For Hospital Mo-0) 05 505"lIWllllri--SVMM. -.who..,. A. .
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Adams penalty. toUirowning
OkaysStudent ileces s of property along s.w.1 when helOts (,.,, ,. on.or ,
has a duty of trust The Keyette Club of Cairns- M oM /Ii ****
Those who said didn'twere
they 2nd Avenue were authorized Into peoples' homes," Ad- villa High School has made a Ad.05i--0.CNmto -.. ,_.
Swap I ITALUJIASSEE excused Monday by the Gainesville City Ins said.Gikbrtat I thousand peeling cards to be ,_ MAm
Worthington Is charged with Commission ..... _
protested that be placed on Christmas day Ml. fill tutor -_

(AP) Secretary -slaying his foster mother Mrs. The action Is the first step was convicted solely on the tesmony rays of patients! In Alacaoa ooo MTOCOO I.. sue Mr .Mr. How ton ol II(.on.*,A.AI.I_...
17 last
Angela \
of State Tom Adams expressed Worthington, -- --
of the woman Involved General i0.
Aug. 7. toward the four lantnf project )- JlOIpltlL"Our 7005 05 lilt. Son N'w c_ ,... A DUIItEWARe 'comfort.
approval Monday to the and that no evidence sustained It provisional nvtnlxn s.wii' c5o ._ -
Her and that of WolIIaton' that will extend from South 5n 00.C44: _... w. ? .
tune ot $130, with the Florida- body N'nd 5n cot ckU able one "'
the conviction. did moat at the workaid lei .44 .
Mlln Street west to SW Tin ci 5 Ow C c-. _
Colombia Alliance survey team I foster father, Charta "11Ie. Jury was shewing prejudice Judy N sler. president -_wA m..o. 05 e.- .-- t.f for every ..... '.. yx*
__
Terrace Just beyond the railroad 05 L- .
and the student exchange pro were found wrapped In canvas tracks Alachua Conenal because I am a Negro I The Kertttts have 43 members ; family. A IHW .f DUIItf-
near ... _
gram It has started.' and floating in a South Dade and she is a white lady" heIIId. and Christmas noveL .MiLvow. P.u5 I WAMKyloilorcleotiBl
Hospital u a project 5. lor voN, 5.. ...
Adams, who want to see a canaL He said the result would I wt have been Invited to _N.nd 44 I 5... ci --..., __N I! for dad sod {jonoe AIIf"'-i-
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student exchange program so The state's key witness 10- John Merrill, local realtor assigned have been different had a Negro participate hi bell ringing beside C_ S..id .05 N 5 "__ OUIIlCWAie wrm pMttt

"within a few years we'll havea year-old Joe Cebhardt was by the city to negotiate served on the panel. the Salvation Army kettle. c-_,-_,-*.,5_- "...v_ .It''ht the) MH.II fry. DUSIlI-

personal relationship with the given Immunity from prosecution -for the necessary right of .I Adklns set bond at $ .OOG.I she Hid. see 00 'i',5.. lor-" ell *-*.. iMrttnrtMr CM)

leaden of Colombia," told newsmen by the grand Jury if he. way, estimated the cost of which win permit Gikhrbt to kfembessofKeyettes have Np I004W m. A.-. ."-.. p.... ] "ri for the k-. eN Hi. im...

he donated the funds for would testify against Worthing-right of way land at $:-DO.lW>, remain free while the appeal isbeing contributed food for a ChrisljHiu --- eo-- ,-,_- von, of..
i'
the 10 preliminary college applications !,,ton. Cebhardt has admitted tailing Monday night's action tochMt. made. Cikhrtat has bee basket for a needy faro.Uy. :C, 5 ._ =. .::- ;C-:- SOLD AT lEADING STOatS MIYWtinl

filled out by ColombUu part in the slaying of the ed six of the IS parcels of land "re* on blind through most of' Several numbers will de I..w_ .. ""'. -ip _C';;;. ..'. .
I If M. MoMM & Cos lo lot'f, Mwo.PEOPLE
students I|couple. Involved in the project I proceedings.. |liver the basket In person. :'.:-:-5:::t.:; :' I *

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Florida's Beautiful -, 10 JOHNION Vice. PmMwtM4
1 iMCtrHv I..,IW| W. .. (INI) By DAVID LAWRENCEWASHINGTON R
Unimallr City 1111011 Vie PfWMx M* A*.
ry eMb/e. DWscNry DOS TAHTAOUONI, By RALPH McGill do rebuild or remake a national
Vice. ,nett) .... ClrcoI"' ''. .Politnr MM wort* ,....._ -How you
I Of .... AflMI* lot) CtmllMIM political party? Can It be done by two or three leaders get.

THE SUN'S POLICY tine together and 1 working out a plan? Or should the member f

1. Report Id. news fully eW Impartially In the news column. of a political party themselves have a voice In such a re-

2. Cxprtti 1h* opinions of 0w Sun In-but only In-editorial!. StoryBy organization
3. Publish all sides of Important conkovtrslol touts.
,
Unfortunately, political parties are not set up on a representative -

The Sun's All 378-1411 who contribute their funds
telephones: departments akrr basis, so that the citizens
The ti r. M wen as their votes do not usually have an opportunity.

to select their national leaders. Even the members of the ra-

tlona party committee are not chosen by popular vote ex-

I } q cept in two states. Thus the problem of rebuilding a party

'The Reapportion- Blues'Florida Dead SeaThere r f t'< Noting is not easy interests to solve as ,well especially as various when Individuals there are with many ambition con--

lawmakers, faced with a court has approved a suitable reapportionment ; to run for the presidency in 1968 or thereafter.

Court ordered reapportionment of plan. Then the court was an item In the national chair
THE BATTLE over who Is to be the party
the Legislature, will be watching presumably will reconsider the question news saying that next year is really a drive to unseat Dean Burch as a means of
man
of what the Legislature do. the restored rock fortress of
may for henchmen
organization
with interest while other states work Masada will to tourismin gaining ascendancy in the party
open a y candIdates for the 1968 nomination.But .
toward a solution of the same prob- If the Legislature accepts this order Israel Masada Is hard by r of particular
the Dead Sea. The fort orig there are many men In the party who are really anxkm -
lem.
no action by the court to enforceit inally was built by Herod. It tn bring about unity.. The conference held between Gen-
is necessary. If the Legislaturedoes was the scene of the least defense MISSISSIPPI JUSTICE ---- eral Eisenhower, former Vice

Voters of Florida on November 3 not, the court can be expectedto made by a Jewls force President Nixon and Sena toe

ejected: the reapportionment amend. try to enforce It. This might involve after the capture and destruction Goldwater was designed not
of Jerusalem in the year WORLD'S FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST only to produce harmony in
ment, which had been put on the ballot the use of the power to punish
70 of the Christian calendar. the party but to encourage
by legislators as a compromise for contempt but that would bring an the members of the national

scheme. The amendment was "lame awkward clash between federal and The "Life and Work 0 f committee to confer with their

duck" anyway, by the time the elec- state powers. It is possible, however, Flavlus on a Josephus"nearby shelf.was bandy The Dull But HopefulQ local leader and find out just

tion was held. In view of intervening that the court might exert pressure siege of Jerusalem as he reports what they wish to do about

U.S. Supreme Court decisions, it enough merely by holding that the It is full of courage party policies and elections.Republican

wouldn't have been valid even if voters legislators have valid powers to pass blood, horror, and cruelty. It Nrw V(ark 7imra the prosperity of Common Similarly, the major foreign activity The real between trouble with the
said "yes. the was long drawn out. Always that office of the world are now
only legislation the court has Market Internationalism Republican Party Is that nobody -
prescribed. This would cast a shadow there crucified were so many the hills prisoner By JAMES RESTON he couldn't take them out of run not by handsome, eloquent knows what the dissenter

I The threeJudafederal court, sitting of Illegality on all other legislation about the city.on In places it WASHINGTON In a longjourney it if he tried. commanding but Industrious person- really want.
through the European alities, by
in Miami, has made it clear that passed by the session and would provide was like a forest When Romans to Moscow and back, Thus, the ruffled surface of technician Rusk in Washington THE IMPORTANT task be
capitals
the Legislature must reapportion itself grounds on which objectors to at last entered the city, two Impressions at 111 d out world politics Is somewhat Gromyko In Moscow, fore the Republicans is to define -
The Western allies what proposals they
misleading. just
so that, within reasonable limits, bills could attack them.It horses that ran walked fetlock through deep.MASADA blood above the rest: First, it Is are gathering Paris In Couve de Murville In Paris, believe In and what policies

the "one man, one vote" yardstick not the politicians but the the next few day to argue Schroeder In Bonn, Gordon all I of the administration thev

applies. Yet the federal judges in is possible, of course, that the IS a story separate new scientists, engineers and about the nuclear defense of Walker In London dutiful- anda o feel should be opposed. The

Florida seem content to give the U. S. Supreme Court might not uphold and unique. Three economists who are shapingthe the West (In private if not In them experienced, difficulty of definition Is best
dull.Tr
Legislature another chance to re- the three-judge court's order years had passed since the modern world; and second public) and they will certainly little Illustrated by a speech delivered
Ideological explanations
,
faIl of Jerusalem. The not The Communist last week. The reader
coun- agree.
apportion in April, thus making unnecessary if it were appealed. It is significant, try was subdued all but and solution of current world world Is so divided about how IS NOT a very romanticor who does not know who

a costly special session. however, that such an order would Masada. Josephus Introduced problem. are \less popular to organize itself and deal exciting prospect n 0 made the speech, from which

not have been Issued a few years us to a group which he treats today than at any time since with the West that it has had great Gaullist speeches from these or excerpts are given below I ,

That isn't the case in the Stateof ago when the courts refused to en. very badly and yet, at the the war. to postpone discussion of both press conferences" fool proof might guess that perhaps it

Washington, where a strange legal ter the "political thicket" of apportionment end, must himself aim Ire. Everywhere the politicians subjects until the spring. "new"blueprints"boys, no.or Grand Designs was delivered by Senator
These people were the Si-\ and even the statesmen are Goldwater himself. Here are
situation has developed one which The courts are cutting a cariL The translation m a itS merely scrambling to deal BUT WHILE the politicians for the New Arcadia, no the essential paragraphs:

Florida will be watching1. A three- deep path Into that thicket now. of that "ruffians," but the with the revolutions In weapons disagree and delay, the scientists sudden confrontation, no elo- "Savings represent the hard

judge court there has told the Washington meaning Is the old one of a agriculture and industry and engineer go oa quent emotional appeals or religious work and frugality of a lot of

Legislature what subjects it The Sun doesn't like federal judicial "rough, violent fellow." created by the scientists about as before, agreeing and wars but this may people. .

I may deal with (up to a point, any. encroachment into such matters The Slcaril were partisansor and the engineers. The latter progressing and the old political not be bad. "Because these are private
have transformed man's capacity leader older. It For the old political, eco-
guerrillas For three year grow savings, it Is not only
the 1965
way) during session. as the agenda of local legislators. they had, taking their women to give life, to sustain Is perhaps significant that the nomic and Ideological radicalIsm right but necessary, under

It is quite true that many of the and children with them, and prolong We, and to take oldest political leaders in the has lost a great deal of the umbrella of wise protective

The Washington order grows froman state legislators, by a cynical betrayal moved about the countryside life, and the politicians n 0 world today De Gaulle hi its meaning. The new nations laws, to keep decisions

aggravated altuation. The Legislature of their own state constitutions raiding the Romans and longer find that they can deal France, Chiang Kai-Shek in of Asia, Africa and Latin affecting economic policiesand

has failed to comply with a reapportionment sent an engraved invitation to those who were collaboratingwith with all the new complexities Taiwan Mao Tse-Tung in Peking America will no doubt still actions In the hands of
the conquerors. Jose- and amblgfous in iteological Franco In Spain and trifle with it, but the older nations private industry and product
order given by the
Washington to intervene. Florida'sconstitution
phus writes that the Sicaril terms. Salazar in Portugal are though they stick to tive individuals.
"
court in IDflSLrSeekrnff:: force compliance for example, says very burned the houses of the more Ideological, more dogmatic their theories are more cautious "In far too many way we

therwrt hinted earlier this clearly that the Legislature must be Romans and those servingthem THE LEADERS of the new more inclined to argue in practice.The are heading away from reliance

year that, lacking legislative action, reapportioned each 10 years so that drove off cattle, took British Labor governm e n t, about the glories and dogmasof New Science has created on the citizen's c o m-

it might reapportion the votes in the each lawmaker represents the same grain and fowls, and keptthe for example, sound more like the past than the younger a New Diplomacy. The mon sense, personal responsibility .
Legislature instead of the membership countryside in a state of mechanics than theorists. In leader who have taken over New World differs from the and freedom of our I
number of Floridians nearly "as
as
,
trying to deal with their '
fear. economic in other countries.By Old Continent on many specific
giving more than one vote to practicable." (The language is almost problems at home they accident or design or problem, an of them serious \- economy."This may give to some an

some members to equalize representation the same as that applied today THEY RETREATED Into are being condemned by some Intuition, somehow a new and complex. But at least Immediate sense of material

by population. The court has by the federal courts.) the desolation about the Dead of their most ardent supporter breed of men Is taking command In the great industrial nations well-being and personal secur
withdrawn that threat and has Sea when too many Roman for "toadying" to the which are the only ones
now : Johnson and Wilson, ity. But it is dangerous to our
issued a different order. The patrols were out. A man banker In facing the realities the master politicians In that have the power to starta future.
new It is too bad Floridians and legislators
instead
called Eleazer "a potent of the theories of
there
plan may be something of a compromise of other states could not have man" led these parti a n f. nuclear defense they are America and Britain; Erhard is modem caution nuclear and war respect, "An over powerful govern-
the master economist in West a new ment rob a whole people,
can
because it was suggested by the solved their own apportionment problems Little Is known of him, but having to re-examme their Germany; Shastri, the quiet lor the facts created by the just as surely as a pickpicketcan

speaker of the Washington House. by mere obedience to their own he must have been a man of campaign promise. about not philosopher in India. scientists and the engineers. steal from an individual.
considerable daring and 'Joining a mixed manned fleetIn
constitutions. Even with the is
abuses', BUT THE SCALE
much natural ability at carrying the Atlantic.
The order permits the 1965 session however, we wonder whether in this on guerrilla tactics.At broader, the stakes are greater
The French who
to act bills are trying We're Ashamed and the loss Is far more
only on appropriation for case the federal judiciary did not go last a Roman general to revive the Ideology of na Men
tragic. For what Is stolen by
its own expense, on reapportionmentand a step too far in the direction of time with a large force. tionalism are nevertheless Is
paternalistic government
on the overriding of vetoes or stern paternalism. Sometimes punishing The general I put garrison sIn lecturing the allies about taking (Reprinted Frtra the Florida Alligator that precious compound of initiative
the confirmation of appointment i strategic localities as hi doctrinaire positions on
an errant child Is unwise, even ashamed. Independence, and
cleared them of the Sicaril. defense. "It Is vain" Very frankly, we're
Other bills be introduced and Foreign
may though the punishment has been self-respect that distinguishesa
At last he had themholedup Minister Couve de Murv 1 111 I I
e football and the fact the Gator
studied but shall not be passed until earned by the child's misconduct Some say it was the game man from an automaton, a
own In the vast rock fortress
said In Paris the other day, LSU. Others it the trimester and
beat seventh-ranked say was
number'
from a productive
the Legislature has enacted and the lack of by the Dead Sea. There were person
or performance.Voice "to seek solutons founded on all the pressure that caused Saturday night's riots. (Dec. 5)) and competitive en
but M7 of them-men, women artifice and whose needless]
and children. Herod had complications are not compat- We say it was neither. We say It was a group of spoiled, terprise from a regimented
made It magnificent- h e ible with human nature." Irresponsible babies who showed they aren't even ready for people.
i wall about It was of white In fact human nature the responsibilities of college life let alone those of the "Too much government

of the stone; Its height was 12 and seems to be raising its lovely adult world. planes off peaks of excellence,
People Its breadth eight cubit i ,: but cantankerous head even hones down differences, dries

; there were erected on t h a t In the Soviet Union When we And frankly, we'ri uhamed. up competition and leave a

wail 38 tower On the cita- were there Pravda was cryIng Fires In the street, burned palm trees, torn-down signs, in drab and unhappy community zealto

On The Sim's J del Itself there were four for more and larger wage attempted panty-raid. How childish can one get? where once dwelt thrift
Opinion Page T1 towers of 60 cubits height"There \ Incentives for farmers sod excel and ambition for human
were pits and reservoir Shortly after 11 Saturday, of students were run- betterment"I
p.m. gangs
0""' ._ ... .-..... d s- ..dw. w ".Ic_ M ... v... .. lice Pee,_ ....... .... workers. "One can save e a
(. believe should set our
for towards 13th Street and West Avenue we
holding grain
water University yelling
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.t be 1I.1M4 .t ht' ._ win w ........... If _-'". A Itttw ...... anything wrote Yagod- '.
sic seed 100 *.* ..- ..el be WTtttM .. .. and dried fruit. There kin Riot riot riot" faces firmly against federal
M tide < sit "_. *''''' ...... W ...<. Tl* a if he were writing for
Son MMTVOT eke rlM to "leet| ty btttr t* M .. *.. It, ,,MM* ck...<.. eke wrixr'i MMIWI atm were stockpile of weapon the Wall Street Journal "on programs that erode away
w ,
well there. "there"we
....... *. Studl'llts-glrl. a as boys-were By citizen, local and state self
everything except the remuneration don't mean at the drill field where an organized pep
reliance. .
Favors Equal that under the price< support If we art to operate In a SILYA. THE Roman general create maltrlaloods-of the people w II e rally and big bonfire was. We mean out In the streets with "Should it not heed Lincoln'

program tilt odds for tke fret marketing system, then !, breached a wall a the police and firemen from the city. counsel, and interveneIn

Tobacco Shares farmer making a good profiton let be who can produce the night came. There were buta EVERYWHERE old doe- And wt were ashamed. those matters only when
his tobacco are excellentIf goods cheaper stay in business few hundred fighting men Individuals and !lower eche-
EDITOR, Sun: Once again ht uses good cultural practice at the expense of the In the fort That night Elealar trine are being modified In Wt don't buy this malarky about "good clean fun" and lons of government cannot

the flue cured tobacco ,. less efficient producer, but talked to his people. practice. Washington defendsclassical "College pranks" and the "Boy will be boy." Wt call It properly cart for them?

grower art going to the poll. Tobacco Is an expensivecrop I if we are to have artificial Twice be spoke of slavery Capitalism, whitemod.fying i overgrown juveniles most of whom UN their parents' pocketbooks "Art we, In our communities -
to decide on whether to remain to grow and process, controls then let each have that would come to the children ; it and adapting it to come up here and "raise heU." and states, to be reduced
to the welfare State. London
under U.S D A. market-
and. Indeed, It was with equal opportunity to ctnt- the abuse and enslavement to helpless bystander? D owe
defend "socialism" What do want from college Do
but you know
can ? WI
Ing controls or return to an much you even
risk their wives and their
greater that the of wondered truil a Washington bureaucrat -
marketA petsR. not even agree on what It Saturday nightPerhaps
open farmer grew it before price A. BENDERA own torture. "We must slay more than we d 0
great deal has been writ support from the government each other," he acid When bewas means In modern terms. De YOU'RE wondering today. ourselves to solve problemsthat
ten on the merit of voting The Gaulle glorifies the nation
poorer farmer could not done, his veterans el dOl
rest on our own r-
"yes" or "no" In this referendum. afford to grow very much yean of guerrilla fighting I but French businessmen art U. hope so. Because wt re ashamed, ashamed of our ltu-
But I have read then, but when price sap- sponsor's Idea of the took each other's lives, amid now so happily entangled in dent body and it, behavior Saturday night stept? Or, are we 'just too
Ideal TV lazy to act. too blind to see:
nothing of what the m all! ports entered the picture In- program: at episode farewell ktaes and tears. understand
or too Ignorant to -
marginal farmer Is thinkingor stead of dividing that gives the ,viewer aheadache chosen lot
the I' t II Ten men, by renamed ?
planning to do about this allotments equally among all followed by a commercial to set alt was done.
"The trend centralization -
that POTOMAC FEVER toward
U.SDA. program. Allotments farmers large or small the sells a headache They the* died by their own bya
I having been w h Ittled big farmer almost always remedy. tr.rtU.4 OregMK bands. can be stopped only

down by nearly :30 per rent came out with the larger allotment aa) At dawn the Romans en liy JACK WILSON, Cowle aaugloa tartan determined people.) The best

in the last two cuts many at the expense of the 0 tered. Two old women and LBJ will wear a business su.1 wgJ of a Xormal morning coat at his in. answer In for too much Is govern.meet better

of these farmer have tens small farmer. live children, who had concealed augurkUun. lou can UM a nasty fall if jour spurs buok in lowe lung uus. government Washington at home."

than an acre left They do Equally dividing the acreage Why doetnl the fellowwho thetmerw la remote This delivered
not have much to lose byvoting pits emerged the lone survivor Actress SueLolita") Lyons fat a divorce when she speech was
of flue cured tobacco, MJS i am no speeih- charged her husband on the same day as the conference I

How "no.any farmer vetes, and other crop under price stead maker of," giving let It go a dwnoiNtra-at thai la- "There,. was,* Jonepnus just liked to stay in the det sad read. She was a den mother la lame only. o( the three Republican -

however Is not main I support as wen would give leaders In New York. R
ny lion? lr"'IJt"1 quoted the Romans as saying '
( Tllllq.Rt.Wklit The Birch Society fights sale of U_:. Christmas cards
to aid was made SeaattrColdwater
I concern here but rather the tilt small farmer aa excellent "a terrible solitude on needy children. not by
discrepancies to the sue of opportunity to stay oa every side" and the c e .- If those kids aren't Commies at heart why aren't IbtJlTO'W1IlIp. and rich? or by Mr. Nixon
I each allotment given" to the! the farm and compete more queim could net "but wonder but by the man who wa supreme

I farmer by the U.S.DX successfully with the large rfarms. at tilt monition of the Dr. James Appet. preitde Mect ef the Medical A.-., h against commander of the Allied

Originally, I believe, U t One doe not like to la Viet! Nam inert are two Jew and at the immovable nrblized medicine. '\"\ ..\. picks aa ApH today t. keep medkare away armies la Europe to the
allotments were given according set hu government givlag I kinds of military commanders contempt of death which H Second World War a s d wKa

to the amount el support to the saying "The Red and red faced. many of them had shown." Kanygta says Rnwla will cut military spending and DM the money for saved as president el the
acres planted In certain previous rich! get richer while the poor f'palp t'rkaia, BO.Cevkr Let the tourists go-sad roods. There'll be a bAttAlion of Infantry for every comrad -to couumer United States tor eight years
add here can af. IUd Jan .. 11 Dwight
years. Let me let poorer. ) think en it. ford one
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William Bendix TV's Riley Dies at Age 58 I II was Hospital brought Dec.to..Good Samaritan|45; large 41-42 medium 34.38 I Ily 34. IOn

Funeral, services are tenta-I mostly 35-M;_small I_3034.;: most- Poultry at farms:_ fryers IX

tively scheduled for Thursday In
I
, By DORIS KLEIN let outsiders know what he Is I Born, in New York City Jan)Street Settlement House players I transformed him from character -suburban Van Nuys.I .
HOLLYWOOD (API) Aclor ike at aU H. has all' the kindness 114, 1906, he flopped as a bat boy wasn't notable. actor to star. I Of
I William)/ Bendix Is dead. And .0, and desire to help others,I I for the New York Giants hismother Bendix knew his wanderingnose He was frightening In Eugene!! II I FREE Extra b
I In a way Is Chester A. Riley I that Riley Is noted for Some 1 wouldn't let him go out and beer keg physique O'Neill's "The Hairy Ape," EnnIm'kl't: Gallon COlt / .w.
the pug-faced, soft-hearted far times I when I walch a Riley I for spring training. He dldn't do would never qualify him as a tough as the brutal first mal in I 1
tory worker he made famous In show, I say to myself You'd I much better as a semi-pro baseball ,matinee Idol. "Two Years Before the Mast JACKSONVILLE (APIThe WIII I.... 0... Y.. Ire
S television, radio and the movies {I think the writers lived with player, singing waiter and', "I'm about as handsome as a Bendix underwent surgery for'I USI YOUR CINTaAL CHARGI ..
Northeast Florida Egg Market
Bendix succumbed Monday at us. (grocer.' mud fence" he once remarked.:stomach ulcers In 1955.
\ Los Angeles Good Samaritan I Like Riley, :Bendix( was a bit I I His debut on the boards at 18, But the strength and sincerity I I Bendix and his wife had been i i!prices to retailers: I Mary Carter Paint Store
Hospital to In.r of a failure In the beginning. las a member of the Henry'underneath the craggy_exterior living In Palm Desert until he(l I Extra large 424-45; mostly 44- SOl N.W. Ilk A... feiMiville.... H <"7SHiy
bar pneumonia, .-ioc--oiii.: .V e..'01'01.01...Vew..w... ..W I..i ..........; RV4'eQ'l ..rr7KrKKti- ;rrr;,= .: :-::::: .
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I\ 51.At his bed nVIt '
aide were his
wife of 37 ?

years, Therese, \ "A .irHtsTOM I WITH MOM ;v' +
Bendix 58* daughters I St ,l CAIHIJVIll at+at***tat+rsa 7 ? +
Stephanie, 20, r ,> 1703 aoam MAM sttisr "rY '' f:2u3-f;
and Lorraine, 30, and Mrs. hristl/J t/r
Alan Ladd, with whose late
I actor husband Bendix once I IY
starred. q$
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During his career, Bendix I trJ'1!

played characters ranging from rOll wo\\\\.o tI

\ pal brutal villains to everybody's' .

To millions of fans of "The ; FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST .
Life of Riley" television show,
Beiidtx' death was a double loss .
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It removed Chester Riley, the wr -
harried father. ?
Bendix' wife once admitted to rr
an interviewer: "Chester Riley Band s O11leHandbags
and Bill Bendix are alike In a
lot of ways. I
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Urged ForEducation y

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Strut Hark fftnua vN 7 4 welcome /'

WASHINGTONA specialtax i
benefit to taw the burden :
of financing higher educationhas I -
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been proposed In a major i
study of the entire federal income : Y a
tax system.A I I" s i er It's a Christmas traditionto
basic! change In the method
of taxing capital gains, which 1 ; S give her a handbag a gift that's
would greatly increase the tax : \
paid on such gains, was practical, useful and extra-special, too. Right now,

so recommended.The study, three. years In al'l we're giving Santa a helping hand by presenting

making, was done by an Important selection' of fine calf and cut velvet
Goode, an economist, under a r
Ford Foundation grant I handbags In all her favorite styles handsomely
The proposed new tax benefit -I
to help defray the costs of i p crafted, beautifully detailed and fitted very
education would be given '
higher to the student, rather than I FREE, giftworthy, indeed at prices that assure you

hit parents, under Goode's plan # -.w more value, in the gifts she'll value more *,
The cost of tuition, books and
other direct expenses connected I
with higher education, wouldbe ,,
deductible from the student's ? ,r / !
own future Income over a period r M
of 10 to 20 yean This would be v SERYifC ,
A wonderful selection
allowed even if the student's :

parents or other Individuals J In fine coif end cut
actually paid for the education. \
The change In capital gains I; Give Bclk-Lindsey GIFT CERTIFICATE
Velvet
taxation proposed by Coode 5 Bags

would Impose the same tax rat Son Most Fitting Gift Available In Any Amount

Income capital, but gains would as also on ordinary include,!S 7 99 to 29 95 All Bog Priest I

an averaging provision to II Central Charge B-L Chargc-Layaway Pius Tax
eliminate the pre n a 1& y that I:
would otherwise arise because r a'h"f eK4 a a'Ce'e'e'e"a'fie'rf'V'hf'I f'.V'f a'fY'a'f'nHe'eM'' a'K +7r pN. .'e eVNet4'ey wwwuw1 a'f errfrr 'ff\'eK e'f fr MfY l e f'f'af'a'er'1r'f'eMt'fr.'.

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the colony's constitution to per.:*
mil the ouster of Marxist Premier -I J
Cheddl Jagan. .j
Burnham said he expected to r
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National Congress party won 5 ( I GIFT UMimui IN MANY smis, MANY CINUINI TOP CIAIN/ COWHIOI WALLETS
slightly\ more than 40 per cent of i, 'w telMJJ-1 MANY WITH ,IMfOWD MANOUI
the vote in the Dec. T election,; / COiOM. AND CLUTCHES torn CHIISTMAf CIVINQ, ....

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In .rye. Choose fro .
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which won Miorf rlnls."
Mtewbe. W1m block ono
National Force, Assembly. With those ? rewwvwa. srerst, cwrn, Wowr..rsrt. ..........I......,... i............................................................."".+w.eweewwea.aw.weeotev. ..>.sow.wwsKtsrwv. ""
seats and his own party's 22.'rr I % J .
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Burnham will haw a Jof i _..;
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party. wear oil/ through the '
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Jagan's party polled J a
Although e winter season. Like all fuse
tile biggest tote, a new system,jnf I
gloves, these i hove full p qu
repre.entatMudenied I
proportional' 1 10
him a majority hi the 5 sewn seomi, reinfontdthumb 99
assembly. Jagan buried Iradl. *. Nice to know too, I
by refuwg to' they're wothoble ot yoof own
however
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order furring
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don Monday by eoloftial rr :
Greenwood After', WASHABLE DEERSKIN SLIPONS
approval tary Anthony by me Privy Council.1 CLEVER STRrrCH-FIT GUSSETS s artWonderful

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Carolers Ill 001 f EH IMI Open Why worry about size, color or styles this


66 HouseDr. Holiday Season?
Sing ForAAUW && Food delicaciesInstead"ct
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WEDNESDAY, December II and Mrs. George T. Edds ,
Coffee feting Miss Betty THE ffflILYRuth f Y entertained members of the Veterinary from aroundthe
Pound, bride elect of Alvin Science Department .of I
Alsobrook, Mrs. L. K. Edwards the University of Fti-'<'" ", the giftsuited worldbeautifully
and Mrs. M. M. Par- Christmas was "In the air' Weimer. Women's Editor their families with ID Opt!
rish, 10:30 a m. to 12:30: p.m,, : for members of the American ). House: Saturday afternoon u 1 i tomanellav(!
at the Parrish home, 1021 I Association of University their home.Traditional. for Garden of
NE Fourth Street.THURSDAY. Women Saturday when the Luncheon Honors colors of red and Eating
December 17 third grade Carolers of Sidney; green were used in decorations I' anyone. 706 W. Univ gift packaged.
Wedding of Miss Jean Car Lanier School sang during the throughout the house. A lighted
ver, daughter of Mr. and uncheon-prograra at the .Park Ilona tree was the center of Interestin I 4. Ave.
Mrs. W. G. Carver of Lake- lane cafeteria. Bergman the Florida room and a Save Time
land and Chester' Burt Mrs. Ruth Zldcnberg was white and silver Madonna beside -
Chance, son of Dr. and Mrs. director of the Carolers. Miss Honoring Miss Dona Bergman, E!. Kiker, Mrs. Carl Opp, Mrs an open Bible graced a table Imports
Dean Chance of Coconut Margaret Manson, pianist, ac fiancee of Joseph Ernest Parker Walter Kyle, Mrs. Gerard Fre- In the living room. from This Season.England .
Grove, 8 p.m., University companied the group. of Cocoa Beach, a pre -nupial und, Mrs. Richard P. Schmidt, The Edds daughters, Pam
Methodist Church. Reception Ideas on Christmas art were luncheon was given Satur Mrs. Frank S. Pac and Mrs. Give A Gift
I and Cindy, assisted by Ann And
Holland
given by Mrs. Edith J. WiJ- Charles Freeman.The ,
following at the home 011 ,
day.Hostesses Kirkham, daughter of Dr. and i
Rev. and Mrs. Thaxton lams, who encouraged memsari for the party were hostesses presented giftsof Mrs. Wayne Kirkham, served FrancpThat Will Really Be
Boozer and Mrs sliver to bride Germany
Springfield. i to be original and uniqueIn ilrs. Wilson 0. the elect and coffee. ,
Luncheon complimenting I decorating In order to de- Erwin A. Clayton who enter. and also a corsage of white cat punch and more. Appreciated.tAi'1t .
Miss Betty Pound, brkle-elect derive more personal talned at the Gainesville G oil nations to her and a pink carna- Fifty five guests called during many ...
of Alvin Alsobrook, 12:30: p.I I satisfaction. She also suggested '.and Country'Club. lion corsage. to her mother. _the party hours. __ .
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using new and different Pink and white camellia
Mrs. J. Malcolm Alday i
m.
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formed the with
color schemes. centerpiece I
and her daughter, Mrs. William
Mrs. James H. Smith Jr.gave greenery and camellias used
George McCrea, Holt [ a Christmas reading, the length of the table.
day Inn.FRIDAY. "The Three Dark Kings," by I Places were marked,for the
December 11 Wolfgang Borchert. irlde-to-be, her mother, Mrs.
Bridesmaids luncheon hon Tables were decorated with Paul Bergman; her great aunt,
oring Miss Caroline Steckert, yaupon branches and topiary Mrs. Kenneth Ranson; Mrs. J. ChriJ*
bride-elect of John E. HudsonJr. trees, designed and made by
., Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpatrick Mrs. Hilda Kressman, chairman
and Mrs. John W. Klrkpat I of decorations.The MerrysteppersMeet
rick III, Gainesville Celt: annual Christmas bazaar
TonightMerrysteppers
and Country Club. with Mrs. Henry Luns-
Rehearsal dinner for Miss ford as chairman, followed the Square Dance:
Caroline Steckert and their program. Gifts, foods, and Club will meet for its weekly!
son, John E. Hudson Jr., 6:49 handmade articles were donated ,dance session tonight at 8 at
p.m., Mr. and Mrs. John E. by members and sold to the Gainesville Recreation Cen-I
Hudson, Banquet Room, Park benefit the branch's. various ter.Following . MAKE IT A GENUINEFRIGIDAIRE
Lane Cafeteria. projects.ti the dance, Dr: end
Srt. Ernest R. Bartley will entertain "
with their traditional
f Calendar 'Of EventsTODAY Open House at their home, 1050 4 65"APPLIANCES
SW 11th Street. Guests will Include for
members of the Merry.
December IS house,West Newberry Road. steppers and the Allemand era
Gainesville Home Demonstration Gainesville Chapter 44 0,E. Club.
Club Christmas par S.) Christmas Party, I p.m., !
ty, 10 a m. until 1 p.m., Mrs. Masonic Temple. DESIGNED WITH HER IN- MIND
Monnie Williams, Mrs. T. W. Christmas Children'sYuletide
Play, "T h eTwelve
Cause, Mrs. Duke M t 1m.,
Mrs. George T tli l m an and 7:30: p.m.Days, Kirby of Christmas"Smith PartyA The Time You've Been Waiting For .
Mrs. Eva Bratcher, hostesses, School. group of mothers in the GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE
/ Holiday Inn.American. Arrendonda Estates gave a
I Association of Gainesville Garden Club holiday I party for their WASHERS
University Women, Evening Circles: children Monday afternoon atthe A urtY PRIZEDRAWING
Bridge Christmas Party, 8 ':30 a.m., Daisy Mrs. Harold home of Mrs. Gene Fasser and GRAND,
p.m., Mrs. L. C. Goolsby, A. Johnson, 1328 NE More than 2 0 youngster
CM SW 23rd Place.Merrystepperi. 13th Street; Dianthus, Mrs. Irons two to 10 years of ag TUB
Square Lynn Noland, 1003 NW 22nd were entertained at game DRYERSJet
Dance Club, 8 p.m., Gainesville Street; Hibiscus, Mrs. Flake and a gift exchange.
Recreation Center, followed Parker, 715 NE 7th Avenue; Refreshments were itrvi d ,
by Open House for Mar- Palm Mrs. R. C. Burnard, with Mrs. Fred Johns as chair Jet away rinse

I rysteppers and Allemanders 1801-NW-35th. -..Way; man_. of. the. arrangements... -..- Jet away lint removal
.
Club, Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Jet_fast spin _
I Bartley,.1050 SW ,,11th Street.
Highland Court Manor Improvement JUST IN TIME w. FREE TIDE FRIDAY DECEMBER 18th
,
I, Association: Inc.,,
S p.m., Club House, 1001 NE : DRYERSDRIES
38th Avenue FOR ,CHRISTMASBIG ALL YOUR
Camellia Circle, Gainesville 1 WASHAILESCOLORBRIGHT
Garden Club, 7 p.m., NOT SUN
Clover Cottage, S(inland VALUE III DMUTIUEIST4O4IRE4ORJ I] FADED
Training Center.WEDNESDAY SOME 115VOLTOPERATION

Gainesville,December Bridge Club II THE APPLIANCE I I I

7:30 p.m.,Thomas Hotel.

':30 Gainesville a.m., Creative Woman's Writing Club, NYLON CARPETCONTINUOUS I I I
Class, Club Avenue.House West University GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE i YOU I PREFER

Gainesville Woman's Club RANGES
and Junior Woman's Club, I
Annual Children's Christmas 30" and 40" ModalsCONVENTIONAL FROM THESE
Party for member's children
and grandchildren, 4 I
p.m., Club House, West UnIversity and
Avenue. The Lucky Person whose name fir number Is drawn from reglitra-

Junior Welfare League ,, PULL 'N CLEAN floes will receive one of the following major appliances.
11:45 ..m., Gainesville Golf '
and Country Club. j OVENS FROST-PROOF REFRIGERATOR UPRIGHT OR

Corsage Workshop, lam., I Seme ALL Porcelain CHEST MODEL FREEZER FLAIR RANGE
Guaranty Federal Community -
Room. AUTOMATIC WASHER AUTOMATIC DRYER

Chapter AP, P. E. 0., t:M FREE KANT-SLIDE .. DISHWASHER AIR CONDITIONER
am, Coffee, Mrs. T. Lynn GRIDDLE
SmIth 632 SW 27th Court. With ..v '..14.1,. CONSOLE TV'OR COLOR TV STEREO OR
University City Bridge I KM. Rif STEREO-TV COMBINATION.
Club: 7:30 p.m., University of i
Florida Faculty Club, West
Alto the Fabulous
Newberry RoedJamb
Roberts Brown Society a FLAIR RANGE
: Children of the American You Need Not Be Present To Win
Revolution, Claude I YOUR CHOICE DELIVERED FOR CHRISTMAS
Green. lOt West University FILAMENT
Avenue. '
'THURSDAY,December 17 NYLONIS GENUINE GENUINE
Gainesville Public Library r
Board. 8 p.m., Gainesville FRIGIDAIRE as h FRIGIDAIRE
SOMETHING NEW IN THE WORLD OF

I Public University Library.of Florida Fsoculty CARPET VALUE. It Hoi: Refrigerators

Club, Christmas Family FREEZERSSome
I Buffet 8 to 8 pm, Club Richly elegant cut and loop styling -i Some All Porcelain

A resplendent rang of decorator colors Some Froit-proof Frostproof I w'

t ChurchCircles Amazing: durability exert in heavy traffic Defrost Some Autometie Models Chest fir Upright ,

areas
An authentic look and feel I of luxuryeven a) Some ConrentionalFree 10 Cu. Feet tattCu.
tee Ejector with any 2 Dr. Model .Feet Models
at its budget price n...'. ; ....', "..d
I See continuous filament nylon carpetingin .M.d.1..d.las.r..e. Many Models I on Display FRIGIDAIRE
II I our store today. See how it can enhance
TODAY. December U I the beauty of your home. See what a super DISHMOBILEAN

Trinity Women's Methodist Society Church of Christian I value, how affordable this marvelous carpetis. APPLIANCE GIFT GIVES LASTING PLEASURE With Maple Chopping

Service, I p.m., Francis P. No lock TopNO

First Tunstall Lalacrai,"The Holy Clunk Land.' I I COMPLETE INSTALLATION WITH MONEY DOWN WITH TRADE Na Plumbing InstollatM Needed*

Lutheran Women's Missionary 32-OZ. HAIR JUTE PAD AT THE LOW, A REAL GIFT
j l aaue,'Rachel Circle, 7 pm., FOR ANY WOMAN
Potluck supper, Mrs. Cliff LOW PRICE OF ONLY NO PAYMENTS UNTIL FEBRUARY 1965
1 tofgrea. 13U NW Slat Drive.

I K. Patrick's Church I 8 Colors to IUY YOUR APPLIANCES WHERE SERVICE IS A SPECIALTY
Holy Name Society, I p.nuParish $ C95W
Hall Choose From WE'LL
Wesley Community Methodist I OPEN
II
Gkirch I Easy Terms SQ. YD.
Helen Thomas and Virginia DELIVER FRIDAYSIN
Gunman Circles 8 p.m., Mrs. JIM VOYLES
A. D. Fagan and Mrs. Charles
Cook 4101 SW 21st StreetWEDNESDAY IN TIME .

I It Patrick's Church, December II GATE CITY

St.Teresa CIrcle 8 p.m., Mrs. FOR
E. F. Lower Mrs. M. Cox. 2032 MATTRESS & CARPET WORKS APPLIANCE & TELEVISION 9 P. M.
NW Third) Avenue.THURSDAY. :
December 17St. 818 W. University Ave. CHRISTMAS 419 N.W. 8th Ave Phone 372-5303
Patrick's Women's Club
I pm., Mrs. Henry Bates, $oNE PHONE: 372-0441 .
Eighth Avenue. I

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Why worry about size, color or styles this

| the Colored Community Holiday Season? :
J Is Benefit AffairMore
f \ J& / Food delicacies
V News Items for this pw should b. directed to. Ben F. Chllds, Colored News Instead
editor, by mall at 526 NW 8th St. or br phone at FR 6.5753. Do not send get around
from
items directly to. the Sun office.ifrHP than 160 members and members and the Crafts division :
i ..... ..'<..''lfc (AM ...e..... Kill bt Mwtf M ,... .. guests played bridge and canasta of the Fine Arts Depart-' the gift
, I r fHvRCR ANNOUNCEMENTS at the Gainesville Woman's ment committee. 'I the world
WIWSTON
t I'M NEWS ern Athletic Conference Club benefit card party Friday The ballroom, decorated with (Earmanela( 5
Johnson Chapel Bsptlit- football team for 1964 with and colors .i suited for
Plans Program morning at the Club House. greens of the Christmas beautifullyanyone.
there will be prayer meeting The New Hope Baptist five players selected for the High prize at bridge was won season, had as focal point'the Garden of
| today, 7:30: p.m.; Choir No. 2will Church will have its Christmas first team. Albany State Col by Mrs. R. N. Livingston; second Christmas tree trimmed I Eating
I have its rehearsal Thurs- lege was second with four 706 W. Univ. gilt packaged.Save .
program on Dec. 27 at 8 p.m. high by Mrs. John T. with handmade ornaments
|day, 7:30: p.m.; and Christmas at the church. Mrs. Emily Wallace players and Morris Collegewas Creighton; third by Mrs. James also made by the members of Ave,
I rehearsal Friday, 7 p.m. Rev. Is In charge of the pro third with two players. M. Gable and fourth by Mrs. the Crafts Division. I
4 IW. J. Taylor pastor; Mrs. H. gram. While the Tigers from Ed-I C. F. Shewey. The tea table was covered Imports Time
I Peterson, reporter. i Plan to attend. Mrs. Bessie ward Waters College, Jacksonville First prize In canasta was with a green net cloth appli-'
IKMt. Pleasant Method I I.t -' Mae Wesley, reporter; Rev. J. Florida dominated the won by Mrs. Dilly Truby and qued with felt poinsettias of from This Season.
1 .
There will be mid week Prayer H. Phillips, pastor. first team Morris College of the bingo prize went to Mrs. D. red, green and gold. The table
Service today, 7:30: p.m.;i Sumter, South Carolina dominated W. Reaves. was centered with an arrangement II
Holland And Give A Gift
I
The Youth Choir will rehearse the second team with For the first time all benefit of pine boughs and cones. England, ,
1 I Wednesday C p.m. The C h i 1 ltn" l- NEWBERRYNEVtSNewberry Five players. Savannah Stale' prizes were donations of club Pouring during the coffee Germany Franco That Will Really Be
,. will rehearse Wednes- School Highlights I College and Albany' State College members including handmade hour were Mrs. A. Ray Brown, ,
I
1 4:30 p.m. and Choir No. had two each. Claflin Christmas balls and Yuletide Mrs. John Hoover and Mrs. and many more. Appreciated.
"
have its rehearsal The regular Parent Teacher
Thurs- College of Orangeburg, South '
arrangements made by club John Wethington Jr,
diy, 7:30 p.m. Next Sunday Is Association of Newberry Elementary -I,Carolina and Edward Waters 0.:: -.
E Christmas Sunday. Choir No. 1 I School wtfl hold Its College followed with one
I : I will present its annual Christ. meeting In the cafelorlum of the I each. I N
seas Cantata at 11 a.m. The school today at 7:30: p.m.
f I !Church School will present its The parents are urged to be Players on the first team:
|program at 6 p.m. Each member present. ends, Ivery Black EWC and
t Is asked to give to the The annual Christmas program Jackie Moore, Albany Stale'
[church $3.00, a Christmas gift. will be held Thursday, College; tackles, Charles
I Can we depend on you for your Dec. 17, at 7:30: p.m. An interesting Holmes EWC and Thomas
($3.00 Please help us to raise program Is being planned Bedford, Morris College; $jz4Wiiftcethris''
I [$500.00. Receipts for Sunday for your enjoyment. guards Robert Taylor, EWC
I Dec. 6, follows: total classes, The public Is invited. There Is and Joe Montgomery Albany I
[$203.00) ; public offering, $49.92; no admission price. State College; center, Emir
[Church School, $11.30; Youth ald Foster, Morris College;
[Fellowship, $10.64; total, 279. quarterback, Charles Lee, Ed'
I U. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, pas- NOTICE ward Waters College; half
I tor. backs. James Butler, EWC I,
E Mt. Olive Primitive The Ladies of the Friendship and Fredrick Douglas, Albany'
Baptist- MAKE IT A GENUINEFRIGIDAIRE
L [Sunday School, 9:30: a.m.; Baptist Church are sponsoring State College and fullback'I .
a. morning worship, 11 a.m.; and Christmas party on Dec.21. John Wilson, Albany State Col-
I: evening worship, 6:30 p.m. Rev. The time and place will be lege. "
'\ H. Kinsey, pastor. I announced later.PROGRASiSET. I The second team was comprised .
I Church of God In Christ I 65
of: ends, Terry Nance, for
Church School, II a.m.; mornIng I Savannah State College and I
worship, U n o o n; Young The A. Q. Jones will have Charles Butler, Morris College -'
People's Willing Workers' Meet- Its Christmas program, entitled, ; tackles. William Riddle I
Ing, 7 pm.; and evening wor- "The Noel" In the auditoriumof Claflin and Boh I
College 3Murray
ship, I p.m. Bishop H. Williams the school today at 1.30: p.m. APPLIANCES DESIGNED WITH HER IN MIND!
I
pastor. This program will feature pu- ,Mo r r I College;
pill from the kindergarten Guards Johnny Sears, Savannah I

through the sixth grade. State College and Joseph GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE The Time You've Been Waiting For .. .
|FAMU ALUMNI TO MEET The public Is invited. Stromean, Albany State College -; I

t The regular meeting of the ; center, James Goodman, WASHERSand
[Alachua County Chapter of the SLATES MEETINGThe Albany State College; quarterback f
[FAMU Alumni Association will Pallbearers' Lodge No. Theodotphlus Strickland, GRAND PRIZEDRAWING
[be held on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 113 will hold its meeting at the Morris College, halfbacks,
|In the all-purpose room of Un Masonic> Temple today at $ p.m.Mrs. 1 James Little, Morris College I,
coin High School at 7:30: p.m. F. D. Shannon, reporter. DRYERS
f All county alumni of FAMU and Sylvester Neal, Morris .
fare expected to be present for DOMINATE CONFERENCE :College and fullback, Lynwood Jet cone cgiteter
[the finalizing of plans for the Edward Waters College TIger Simmons, Edward Waters Col-, Jet sway rime.
I up-coming year, 1965. Members dominated the All-South- lege. Jet away lint removed.
I I who are not able to be present, .---X'% w Jet teat spin
[,should p Ie II' contact Ira C. I
Robinson, chapter president.I JUST IN TIME I FREE TIDEDRYERS
FI72-752I or Arthur Benton chap FRIDAY DECEMBER 18r!
( ter secretary, 372-7034, IE '
[ Gainesville. .
i FOR CHRISTMAS '
Regular meetings are held on x TUeI DRIES ALL YOUR
[the 3rd Wednesday of each WASHABLE -COLOR
[month at 7:30 pjn. at the aforementioned BRIGHT, NOT SUN
[ site.CHRISTMAS BIG VALUE IN BEAUTIEISHOCIRHOI FADED
SOME II5VOLTOPERATION

'1 1i THE APPLIANCE I I I
i [ CONCERTThe I

Junior and senior choruses -
,' f of Lincoln High School Invite NYLON CARPETCONTINUOUS
GENUINE' FRIGIDAIRE
you to attend their Christmas VOU I PREFER
Concert on Wednesday, Dec. It, .-
at I p.m. In the Lincoln High RANGES

I School There auditorium.Is no admission fee so,' 30" end 40" ModelsCONVENTIONAL FROM r I THESE

come out and enjoy an evening
of Christmas music. I
The choruses an under the end .
direction of Mrs. Y. C. Raw 1.1 I i The Lucky Person whese seine Or number Is dawn trees reflttretio .

I and Mrs. G. Y. Miller. Mrs. PULL 'N CLEAN '"s will receive ene ef (he relieving ....Jer e pllen Y. Miller, reporter. G'I
OVENS FROST.PROOF REFRIGERATOR UPRIGHT OR

1 I IN MEMORIAM I Some ALL ferceleln. CHEST MODEL FREEZER FLAIR RANGI

In memory of our mother AUTOMATIC WASHER AUTOMATIC DRYER
.
Qonzie Brooks who pasted ti nil KANT.SIIDt
away Dec. 10, 1961 Sadly missed DISHWASHER AIR CONDITIONER
children Della. J o h n and '
1 Horace, grandchildren Walter,' w..J
Vivian, Llndsy, Melveria. A.1''
qua and Bruce Robinson.
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MONEY AND BANKING FLAIR RANGE
STUDIED You Need Not Be Present To Win

The Basic Economic Class 200 FILAMENT YOUR CHOICE DELIVERED FOR CHRISTMAS
.;1 of Volusla County Community
College, at'the culmination of NYLON _-
the unit on Money and Bank- GENUINE GENUINE
big. visited the Commercial
FRIGIDAIRE
fl Bank at Daytona Beach to*get IS SOMETHING NEW IN THE WORLD OF ea '' FRIGIDAIRE

first band information and to CARPET VALUE. It Has I Refrigerators ..
view the banking system In action. J ,

Richly elegant cut and loop styling Same All Fefceleln FREEZERS

The class has been studyingthe A resplendent range of decorotor colon s..... Freet-preef '
Seme FrwfereerChet
origin of banking and the s... AutemettaDefrett
Amazing durability even .In heavy traffic
functions as wen as, the typesof fr Uerifht
banks. areas Medels
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Following a conference in the An authentic look and feel of luxury Some Cenventlenel M 10 C i. Fee teIC
Treasury Room,Assistant Cashier even at its budget price Free Ice Ejecter with en? 2 Dr. M4elTfcWl | Feet M.II.f
and Public Relation Officer, a MWd M4....T. P*A.p ruwd Meal
S.. continuous filament nylon carpetingIn ... ...
Wesley W. Martin Jr. escortedthe mlim Many Models on Display I FRIGIOAIRI
class on a tour of the bank.A our store today. S.. how it can enhancethe
question and answer periodwas beauty of your home. s.. what super DISHMOBILEAN

conducted. value, how affordable this marvelous carpet APPLIANCE GIFT GIVES LASTING PLEASURE With M ple -.pplag
The members ef the class i is. Block. Te*
under t the direction W in .
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having structor.spent Paul a profitable Hyde, reported period COMPLETE INSTALLATION WITH NO MONEY DOWN WITH TRADE HO Pis.u.1 Inttellerle< NeededA *

ta the bank and have become 32-OZ. HAIR JUTE PAD AT THE LOW, REAL GIFT '
more enlightened about bank LOW PRICE OF ONLY FOR ANY WOMAN
mg. I NO PAYMENTS UNTIL FEBRUARY 1965 _ _ _ =
\s
NZWBERRYNtirSAOief l 8 Colors to I YOUR ALLIANCES WHERE SERVICE IS A SPECIALTY ,
AI..... Choose From $5 95 WE'LL '
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The foDowing persons are OPEN
ailing at their homes: Mrs. M. Easy Terms SQ. YD.
E. WinUms. Mrs. Koa Jordan, DELIVER
Mrs. T. M.Thompson. Mrs. J. FRIDAYSIN
we Laos and Floyd lines s,. JIM VOYLES
Their friends are sated Is visIt IN TIME .
them.. Robert WiSans, reporter GATE CITY


PLANS PARTY MATTRESS fr CARPET WORKS FOR 9 P. M.CHRISTMAS i
The bvineal Ladle Ke. SI bpUneinf .
to have its ant mas SIS W. University A,..
party at the borne ef Mrs CoIN 419 N W 8th Avc Phone 372-5303
Tamer en Dee tat 176 PHONE 3724441

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Tuesday, _December>> __ 15.,.. .1964 _..Gainesville_San___.5
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Riley, Dies at Age 58 '1 i'i i was Hospital brought Dec.to(Good, Samaritan!Ii l mostly 45; large 35-38 41-42. small medium 30-34, most 34-38,_/ly Poultry 34. at, farms: fryers_IX I
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i| Funeral services are tentatively -
I scheduled for Thursday in
By DORIS KLEIN let outsiders know what he ''I Born in New York City Jan. Street Settlement House phlY"I|transformed him from character I suburban Van Nuy.
F HOLLYWOOD (AP) Actor Ike at all JIlt has all the 14, 1906, he flopped as a bat boy ers, wasn't notable. actor to eta I One Of \
I Ullam Bendix\ dead. And so,, ness and desire to help for the New York Giants his Bendlt knew W, wanderingnose I He was frightening In Eugene FREE E.tre I )
a way, Is Chester A. Riley, that Riley Is noted for. I mother wouldn't let him go out and beer keg physique ONeill's "The Hairy Ape," Egg Market Gollon COlt :
19: puff-faced toft-hearted face times, when I watch a ,for spring training. He didn't do would never qualify him a_ t II tough as the brutal first mate in u/: f
I .!ry worker he made famous Inlevtalon show, I say to myself! .ww'I;much better as a semi-pro baseball matinee Idol. "Two Years Before the Mast. JACKSONVILLE (API-) The USa With YOUR Led CENTRAL an.7w CHARG.Bur \\
radio and tho movies I think the writers lived player, singing waiter and "I'm about as handsome a* t Bendix underwent surgery for'Northeast Florida Market l r
Bendix succumbed Monday at I us"* [grocer. mud fence," tie once remained I stomach ulcers In 1955 Egg Mary Carter Paint Store
Angeles Good Samaritan Like Riley, Bendix was a I i i His debut on the boards at 18,j[ But the strength and sincerity Bendix and his wife had been I prices to retailers: H. GaiimvUli. Cta. f75H
Hospital to Jo- of failure I in the beginning.i i as a member of the Henry underneath the craggy exterior living in Palm Desert until he, Extra large 42Hmostly; 44. sot : ::: : .. ..
bar pneumonia, '..:KK KK...:...........:.........................-..;................. .........Ku..'eK4st pe+LK'eK.NtKfa.KKKf K eKKKKKe.KKrKK-i4 KKK KK.............-' ............__._,._.,__.,.........--+fKKK_..-----

rasa complicated bya Iii ..:....I. ..."11. .
stomach ailment i .... ( from 9 to 10
lie was ...'..V. ::-.. ''t. Open Monday thru Saturday a.m. p.m.
W ):- .
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At his bedside i 'Lt J/ ; ,ofIII

were his III "'t'. eelCc ',..,. "
wile of 37
11/ 1, ;
years, Therese, '..;,' THE STORI WITH MOU ..r%
,M; daughters i SS Y I tastowwe= ....
Bendix
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Stephanie, 20, r "tc ..> f e ,
nd Lorraine 30, and Mrs. $ :.... 0 .Ch
Ian Ladd, with whose late i r1StI lJJ
ctor husband Bendix once lis
arred. ;\\ }.
I During his career 'Bendix \a .
layed characters ranging from )tOlll'
iruUl,L villains to everybody's I Wa
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-millions of fans of "The '
To FOR EVERYONE ON YOUR LIST ,
la of Riley" television show, 1
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iendlx death was a double loss 1Ir' ": 'v,
; ,
removed Chester Riley. the ; :1 3 '
arried father. I : .c.I' ''. '' '
I Bendix' wife once admitted ton #
interviewer"Chester Riley I. .JJJ' and s O.asi..eie i
S nd Bill Bendix are alike h aft ;
of
ways.
."Bill's bluff manner- -- -doesn't-- .>; ,' .+ !
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WASIINGTON -A special
, x benefit to ease the burden .
r financing higher education !I i Ar
t as been proposed In a major
Ii udy of the entire federal In- I
{ ime tax system r : It's a Christmas tradition i
A basic change In the meth- :I .i r
of taxing capital gains, which .; to give her a handbag .. a gift that's .
ould greatly increase the tax : \ '
aid on such gains, was practical, useful and extra-special, too. Right now,

I The recommended.study, three years In .1.1 I t' we're giving Santa a helping hand by presentingan

eking, was done by important selection of fine calf and cut velvet
oode, an economist, under a i
ord Foundation grant. I i handbags In all her favorite styles handsomely
The proposed new tax bene-; +
I it to help defray the costs of i f crafted, beautifully detailed and fitted very

a ts n igher, to the education student would, rather be than glv- j I! FREE, giftworthy, indeed at prices that assure you :3!

," .is parents, under Goode's plan. r more value, in the gifts she'll value more. t
The coat of tuition, books and J
U user direct expenses connect. I,,
d with higher education, woulde ,
,> deductible from the student'swn ,, ,;: ) -0,
future income over a periodf ",
f 19 to 20 years. This would bellowed i SERVICE A wond.rful..I.ction ," '
\ ( even If the student'swrwts
I C I ..
Individuals
or other I in fin. calf, and cut
,
dually paid for the education. I

nation The change, proposed In capital by ,Goode gains I:i ,Give a Belk-Lindsey GIFT CERTIFICATE Velvet Bags

ould impose the same tax rate I Most Fitting GUt Available In Any Amount
!
( n c.pltals.ln. ai on ordinary
j ncomt, but would also Include ; \ 7.99 to 29.95 All Bag Prices
in averaging provision to : Central Charge Loyaway + Plus Tax
llmlnate the city thatwould :
otherwise pin wise because .1 t imIT eK+fKKKKwe+aKKK'eK'e'eKKKKKKtK' pt ahRKKKKKKKKeeKKKK'eKKKKKKK'IKKKK..._.. .".......IKytK t'eKYKKKKKKKKKKKY"....

iDltal: gains built up over a ped il SOFT CAS --T-
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one single- year I
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I GEORGETOWN, British Cutnt
I I (AP) Forbes Burnham '
day began lining up a new 1!
ivernmont for British Guiana I!,
fter Britain swiftly changed i II
e colony's constitution to per- d
it the ouster of Marxist PreI I t I Iy
!i'\ let Cbeddl Jagan. r
h I Burnham said he expected tot .
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f
in by the end of the week. |, ,
[The new premier's People's! E
ktlonal. I Congress party won !! e GIFT UMIIIUAS IN MANY STYLES, MANY GENUINE TOP' GRAIN COWHIDE WALLETS
jlghtly more than 40 per cent of I': WITH IMPORTED MANOIIS rr
ZWMii MANY AND
COLORS CLUTCHES
;G rot CftlUTMAS GIVING
,
j vote to the Dec 7 election,
Burnham must together I,i 8.99 f 1" 2"
put 3.99 to &
Iviter-toft cepell. In wriiK jj pus Jfl% f.d.taIC|
I C
Ittion. He has been promised
support of Peter D'Agular's I It eber>i. ((6.99 See the windproof style Hwt b *di kit do tn1break | C. K., Hie cloiuc billfold, rh. d.m. ihaped or
r a conservative United I pines ..era, reinforced I Se fie pretty pag..., the* poncii-tllni stroight vile from. contmtntol clutch each with
rca which won 7 seats In the I: Mwwbt Whs., dl.ck, b. 7S-e cued rfylot.. Chooi! from Mild colors and prints. y C many tompartmenN Wet send, green,bon"
r ... ,.. .. .
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tlooal Assembly. With those .4 C. KKKKKKKnl.KKKKVlwUKKKKKKRwu' wevweKe .w
M I 'ewrWe'eKKKKKw'eKKKKKKK'eKKK' ..'..tirt' ate and his own party's :
rnham will have a I JUST BELOW THE ELBOW LENGTH i w
lover Jagan's People's 22'1'I!
.aslve I Superb touch of elegance to y yr
party. wear all through the ,
busy
St = ,4
Mthough Jsgon'a party polledblggwt
\ r, winter season. Like all fine J r:
vote, a new system)I'I'j
gloves these hove full pique- :
proportional representation 'I:
sled him a majority In the sewn afCmse reinforced 1 10 99 V rii "'
sembly. Jagsn bucked tradU r thumbs. Nice to know too, !
n, however by refusing to''I tMy',. washable os your own Y;
I hands! Block or white Suet ,
tign.
I I \ constitutional order forcing !j, 6'4 to 8. I r I
gan out was Initialed In Lon. j jn fKKKKKKKKKKKKK.e'tK'eKK'fK'fKKKK fKKK'.fYK'f'..... "
Monday by Colonial Secrery \ .. : x
I Anthony Greenwood. After I:: WASHABLE DEERSKIN SLIPONS, ; :

proval by the Privy Council I II i CLEVER STRETCH-FIT GUSSETS GJi(Mb-
order was signed by I
I I Wonderful with country tweeds.,
izabeth II .] British Oulan, .1 I
ncf Of State, and Burnham .. :i 'leather coats! Smooth, sleek fit, OUR OWN EXCLUSIVE !
ore In. I:I thanks to clever stretchy nylon i JUPWTOOOI(
The order provides "that If ;I inserts White, block, bone, or ;. s s' WAIUI CASUAL KNITS .
jr time before the liaise of II
uembly meets the governor I I camel oil Hand washable Srrtlch-knt! Orion ocry E I holiday
forma the premier that he to 1 I with lftOfd1 tt-cofor Uath pains :

bout to reappoint him or't t..tk.r f| casuals 3.99 I
pet sad fibers 1
ppolnt another person as prener -!" ff\
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and
then the premier all
2 99 .. ... 1
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tier ry secretaries ministers are and forthwith parllamen.to ....hh.a.. .., ""**., block. -I J A4.. sRvs ., 2

acate their ofllces"i .III.....Wo. *"......Iwia._*'-4. AMHMT.... I 0fI4..et llittw......-... .inigf ef.... .2
Jagan has accused his opposU : .last I S.c.; w.diis.. ..... M ,fe-eKl- M&
!Ia the
r at fraudulent tactics !
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Tunet ell 11 C*."e"t" s.PINw. OUR i

feat hl..r viaF and UHF Tames .. 'RICr I -o.-W.-TM b *o ftn w jilono>..*> p mJ>-...... Hgr's ...... ....gal/ Lady Ants eMrfS. .......,."" ....... Any man on your gif> tea win U higprf' pl = '
-. ... 2 she suet thtf'.4 W .., ,rtgtw. -. ...nine, tftw owed //.rMew Fr.dierS Ye dished. .. wale ....,.. .fw K* will sir Wnctlye s yUr. $ end top
Terf CAPor ....... A eo.dd Wed d 'S% ".a'4 prwyw.., .nd JS% frt. ,., .tI.*****.. *f fcf rgr *.ri. |. M>a walking. nit yx dhnl
? lde gn overset $18995 oorsan putt one who n lo hey, luMp ..nHit t ...,. M.nDv.wNg"TM nd So rxeny ay4..n1 f.IC. t. clime t11IIIo4 -. M lime M se. *r iMr* he'd feftvr ,1Mt! hM ihoe Mrrnelr. wofcr
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MMAV.wions '4 M .
THE VARIETY STORE IfLK.llNOSSY Meet Ie ...... tee S- ,


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Our City's ;'ir "'-" T CUSTOM

NEWESTService
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"QUALITYFIRST" .. FRAMINGHundreds

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\'"'''' styles plus finest
SOUTHERN SALES E'SERVICE quality workman
I ship.

AUTO SALES I Art Dept.Cheinut .
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& SERVICE, Inc. Equipment Co., Inc.
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! Why Walk? SEEBURGORGANS

f Whan You Con
Rid For Only

t + *1 Q month For Homo or Church.
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= SUZUKI* With SeUct-A-Rhythm
i Any Style

j : .0) At Any Low Finish Ai $695.00

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FREE HOME TRIAL

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<617< N. Mal St. Mr. R. R. Kidwell, Jr. a retired Naval officer and N. Main Street Is where you'll find the home of Gainesville's newest Independent auto Bale and 102 JW.fief.. 372-5421
376-C545 I
I Phono Aviator heads the new Southern Auto Sales, Inc. service. Southern Auto Sales, Inc. where complete automotive service and satisfaction Is offered.


f i Gainesville' e WINN.JAMMER-


I Carpet Favorite and V Quality First .

Center-
Bedding
\ "Where the Best STEAK ROOM
I Be Bought 'Quality' First" that's the nlshed product to a highly satisfied ment la headed by Mar Ion
I Can
For Less"GATE motto of Southern Auto Sales, customer. (;"Red") Shoemaker. Minor I and LOUNGE
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IS N. Main Street, Caine.vllle' damage to major-wreck repairs I
Consequently "Quality :
520 S.W. 2nd .
Avo.Leiinge
( CITY newest Independent auto First". are completed to the customers
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Ate. ales and service facility. satisfaction The firm has just opt* 10 .m. re 2 '.M.
I 818 W. Unit. Harold Martin, Sr. the service recently been granted a large The place wher friends meet

Ph. 372-0441 According to Mr. R. R. Kid- with manager 19 yean is of well local known expert. firm contract for repair and ________ t Delicious for Cocktails Steak, Sandwiches Dinner or a

I well, Jr owner and manager, ence. "No job Is too large or repainting of their many units, Octant free Perkine
f kr
I of his
the founding enterpriseis '
small", and we establish a itated Mr. Shoemaker due to
based the need of local
I on
time of completion, we will do the fact of guaranteeing their '
im automobile owners. lie wants everything feasibly possible to .e
down" finished product. -
accelerated
to low the
adhere to it, but doing it rightis tRY.
pace of "quick repairs", frequently first! I
experience in this typeof Aubrey Fulp, well known locally .. Difference
2 STEAK business, and deliver a fur- The body and paint depart lain charge of the radiator I LOCALLY FIISH PROCESSED

repair and tune up de GRADE

partment. "Aubrey brings to Left to Right: Mr. K. R. Kidwell Jr, Mr.R.R.Kidwell,Sr.and Mr.J.Howard ROYALPOULTRY
DINNERS our little company a host of Ward are the mainstays of the new firm. .
.. satisfied customers and he Is
I with vegetable and deiiert I IT a great asset to our organlza-
I For more Information on food 1 lon: ; it would be difficult to finda E e product .f
with freeier program call more competent mechanic"says : FLORIDA FRYERS,
FR 2-0587 Martin. INC.Hawthorne.
I Better HousekeepingFood Rood
Service Used eiri stressing one Gainesville Fla.
owner models, will be sold at !
the lowest possible price but
I fit's only after they have been completely !
checked by the service Heating
SEPTIC department. In addition, Southern I Season
Is
'J Auto Sales Inc., represents
TANKS "" the APACHE! and TRADE- Here
Let CurtisDo ; WINDS Camping trailer Manu-
1 r facturers. These compact campIng : Call SUDDEN
It! units are available for purchase .
or rental. ; SERVICE OIL CO.

"Fast, DependableService" I For Your Heating
Mr R. R. Kidwell Jr., a re-
tired naval officer and aviator, I Needs
NEWSOME to
CURTIS 1 li assisted by his father R. R. SUDDEN SERVICE
708 N.W. 1C h Ave. Kidwell Sr. who has had 45
FUEL OIL CO.
Ph. FR 2-8031 years In the automotive busi
ness. J. Howard Ward, heads Ph. FR 6-5757

NOWSHOWING Mr, Aubrey Fulp, a name well known In automotive the the administrative functions of Mr. Harold Martin, Sr. well known mechanic locally, is trained to service any
circles In Gainesville Is In charge of the radia- organization. make of automobile, foreign or U.S. made. CANT BEAT THESE!
tor and tune-up department. "MAY WE BE OF SERVICE OUR PRICE

1965GULFSTREAM ., Micrl
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IMPERIALMOBILE ;',' ,; I Pennine;; Sulnleu' -
Steel I''.".. 49<
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HOMES i Rq. 7
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NORTHWESTTRAILER SAT.QIC. 12, 1964Ii

SALES -: I i QUIKSAVECAROLYN

2702 Waldo Rd. N.t. r& .. c 14v II
At Palm Lanes .4 Ph. 376-0205 i I eel lUlr. Ave. aim.. Ire. \JtGainesville's
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BFGoodrich 1 NEWEST

Night Spot

Wheel Brake Alignment Service.end I "Orleans"Wine

Recaps and Used Tires !

Wheel Used Boloncinj ot Tires J'.jj 2z the and NEW"ORLEANS"Dineat



TOWN TIRE CO.

COS NW. ltd A... i 4552 nth
Ph.. r 1 4-9090 Mr. J. Howard Ward U shown above showing the interior of one of the new Left to Rlfht "Red" Shoemaker and Joe Barb r, Jr. are shown above preparing N.W. St.
Apache camping; trailers. a large fleet track for a brand new paint Job. ) Ph. 376-9191)


JERNIGAN'SMOTION PICTURE I MOBILEHOMES We'll Keep W. Specialise Over I FAST! HOT! i ,
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In Service To 60?
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SERVICE You Warm DELICIOUS
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RlSTAURANlSHOTILS bestl I K
Repair on Came,.., In The Winter > Ask About Our CALL IN YOUR [JOUR OFFICE

Projectors and INSTITUTIONS fC";. } Over 60 Plan ORDER. ,- .-
Tape Recorders 2 | "4_.. *Me, and Cool In -.alioSeles Wet plate M ..... tMHM eM4 We give discounts to IT'S READY TO GOBY "" e.w..rwt
Audolvisuol Service ..... ...... ,-,.., ft*> The |1M to III ear eNn. We Senior THE TIME MARE aUlUI STAMPS
for Industry,School Summer! and Processing! he.w4) I.. It (....... our CitizenDrugUsers YOU ARRIVEIKING'S --PAST-FRCI ii .U-
Ch.rch..4 Home let Horn Freesers.Fei ..... ... ......... ... .. !
GR FLEX SALES SOLLYMobile Ph. FR 6-5757 IffKknt DeliveryBILL'S DUTCH fish nod --.4 BOY PAINTSHEATH'S PROFESSIONALSERVICE

AND SUDDEN SERVICE
SERVICE Home Sales Inc.I FUEL OIL CO. MEAT ROOM PHARMACY FOOD HOST OFFICE SDPPlOil
NSW LOCATION Mlei $..th ..tG.mt.It. 1001 NW. 4th St. HJO SW. 13th. ST.
HCUSE OF COLOR 419 S.w. |?k St. I7 .I27
2511"" I "IIIDIIVITlUPHO..a M US. 441 902 S.W. 3rd St. PHONE 371-1(55 II
Ph. FR 2-3SH ___
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Letters Say Merry Cltrislmns



From Page 1 f (Jc To Santa *EARS- wdf* J


I The Empty Stocking Pro- FOR TilE YOUNG. AND YOUNG AT HEART tSt v$4: Sears

tram includes another project, rorrs
the distribution of baskets o fsod. From Santa's Mailbox at the New
Names of families will be Post Office
[cleared: through the Central I I Open Every Night 'Til Christmas Eve!
(Welfare file In an effort t ovoid Dear Santa :Baby and some clothes for my am S4 years old. My Mommy
duplication and to be sure I have been a good girl Tammy doll Some dresses for helped me write this.

hat every needy family Is reembered -[Please bring me a tractor,.me. Valarle Willis
baby doll I I have been a good girl. I 24 NE!: 45th St. Men's Sweaters
I am 3 years old and I have
Families may apply to Cen-
tried to be a good girl all
tral Welfare or to the Salvation
Please bring sister
Army, for food baskets. year. my
Lauri birds
Friends of needy families some .. 'I '
may ;
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suggest names to be Included. Love, :; ( : 'i. 4 .ty) "
Private donors who are taking Wendy .q\vtn:\ :( 898. 1298 .
i\it {
3620 SW Archer Rd. r \ L.r 10. ) way'
care of a family are asked to ,.-
report the name to Central Welfare ,;\ :: ;:: Mo' '
so It may be noted. Dear Santa '
Giving on the part of Individuals My name Is Joey M a y s o \i---"ME-MO FROMTRJULWAYS.
or groups (Is heartily welcomed Carr. I want some toys for \ 'Charge It' on Scars Revolving Charge AccountHere

Mrs. Schafer a I d. By Christmas. I want a truck a "
clearing the name through the'dump truck a whistle a slrlne > Is a big assortment of styles and colors for the man In your
central file, the donations can (sic), and a boat. I want everybody -
: Uife., Orion acrylic sweaters looks and feels like wool it
yet is
be made to go farther. Funds II else to have some

1 expended by Central Welfare thing too. ;;j\jDAILY r'\ THRU SERVICE softer, stronger Laminated Zipcoat sweaters have foam Insulation
for foo4 orders are obtained Love Joey Carr:
from he United Fund and so 407 NE 8th St. a;:; t0ShRSOTA rib-knit. collar, bottom and cuffs.
represent a gift from the com- (Joey's letter Is addressed to
munity of Gainesville. 'Santa Claus North South,
Food orders will be issued by East, West or where every he \ Save 2.10
Central Welfare at their office may be.)
102 NW 1st Ave., on Dec. 2123. On Men's
"This Is a service operated
55
entirely by churches and private -,Dear Santa Claus, : LaminatedJackets
groups. Since 1937 Central' I would like a Globe, a typewriter \;; Ill Myersi
Barbie
Welfare has been a coordinating a game some ,
clothes for Barbie a Kenor '
In the distribution my i
of aid agency," laid Mrs. Schafer. Alan doll and some clothesfor !i\\ _-
It, a scrapbook a diary, WASHINGTON _
The Salvation Army Is plan
and clothes for 88
ning to distribute about 150 some myself. 'l 8
dolls as a part of the gifts to Love, 1 Reg. 11X93 .
( '
families. The dolls are 18 Inches Jackie DeBolt ) York a Chrislmiis/ Gilt Specials
1008 NE 7th Pl. New
tall and have been dressedby .i } Nylon tricot knit laminate,

groups Young of Mothers women League Includingthe Dear Santa :.\\11 -;,"-' -=-r, ........-.,.tn7 !'.. lining acrylic p...., cotlNl bock 11Cld 1'11111| Kl'< . 7.98

three circles of the Women's For Christmas I want a Spy ? .. : SIMM lining rayOn quilted, to Hl" '. 99 Assorted Tie 66c
: : .
Association of Trinity Methodist -'fI. ,
Detector, a Johnny Seven "b' It. balling Adjuitabl CUIlI, wol.t.
Church, and the Home Economics O.M.A. and a Mystic Skull
class of Westwood Junior game. Thank you for what I band Warm Slipper Soxs . 2.9US'

High School. got last year. You're miles ahead with
"Last year more than 10 Thank you.
i
baskets of food were distributed Cecil Emory Barnes
to families by the Salvation *

Army. If they can do so, families Dear Santa service!
may come to the Army Please bring me a doll it's new Trailways Choose blue, green, charcoal l er white
Hall at 22 SW 2nd SL to pick
name Is spank me I cry real '
up their baskets. For the disabled tears and Cootie sewing machine Forecast Luggage
or ill, we deliver the basket and Skipper and housecoat -
to the home," said Cap t and house slippersI -
Guy Smith who Is in charge of have been a good girl.
the work here. From Sandy Sue MeyersRt. rM """ ; a. Train Caws 1699k
Women of the Methodist
Trinity 1, Box 29K I. -
Church will assist I In I --- 1 : Tex

packing the food at the Salvation For-Kenny Evans and Duke
Ai
Army Hall Although the Evans 1(11 SE 27 St. d From Gainesville 1Wyt b. 21In.w..kndcal' 1999

traditional term Is "basket" Pike's Peak Hill climb FT. MYERS.. S 6.45 ? a _.!:..e. 27 In. pullman case . 29.99'also
actually the food will be In track transport two V r room Th. only thru "'let

large wooden egg crates which races number 7 and S, pro NEW YORK 92.30 m.1.,, available but not shown
Thru Mrvlct-thart
hold a good supply football H level Vr rout
"Funds for buying the Christmas room trycicle gun garage that shoots PHILADELPHIA 23.50 r 18 Irv overnight case .;. ,,1. 1899
Thru torvlct 4 hours foilr '
over
food come from the United 'around corners, Ml. rifle, Vr DENVER 47.00 e 'it(1( y ;1. 24 In pullman case :. 24.99.
Fund In part and all names',room dump truck and skip-I Only I Chang ,new Silver Eagle? ttrvic.
of families are checked with loader, spacephone MKII talk- TAMIAMI TRAILWAYS Hot box . , 1(5.99.Men's *
the clearing file in the Central Ing globe, billiard table. Vr :
$17 W. UNIV AVI. PHONI l72-'m '
Welfare office to avoid I room bike spcedomter for the ti Luggage In Charcoal and Brown
duplication" said Capt. Smith
Additional funds for the'[bike TRAILWAYS.Easiest Attache Case , . . 19.99

Christmas baskets are bel I ng Dear Santa Claus, Weekend coca . ? 21.99

collected in Salvation Army, I want an Ugly Doll with a b Men's 2-sulter 27.99.Men' *
several locations In travel on earth
kettles In
It. Some
string on new records I
the city. Civitan KI I wan Is. It ]-.ultr 29.99
a typewriter, a Chatty! --------t tar.IICIIT .
"O
pius Ian
and other service and civic 1 -

groups have volunteered t 81 f 'lUCri IOt/lIOIIWIIIIIY./ II PA001 e IIICIM IGf DlST1U'' co.rullrOl1.nrWC -
ring the bells at the kettles. -,--
Negro Community Welfare l".1; :

Association will be in chargeof

distributing toys, clothing 1 ,
food and medicine to needy p..
Negro familes.
President Al Hendrix said ruJ
that he will be assisted by other -
volunteers at the City recreation
Center on December

24, from 10 a m. until all are
cared for.
"The money to pay for the

food comes from Alachua County Two-Piece Blue Husky "U" Framed Big' 30pc. "Combat Game Chests Are
and from
the appropriations United Fund" said H e n- Vinyl Luggage Sets Tin-Inch Tricycles Gl" Gung Ho Sets Fun for Everyone

drix. Seers Price 9'" Seers Price Tn 9') 2"
"It Is allotted to the neediest 4' Seers Price Seers frlce

families, mostly cases where 17-h .... *"de,. |12.'... high f/ik hat nylon tearing frontvh full ban''*o....! ,"",,'... IS I 0.... .dot 70 *".. In elf I
there Is no one In the family co"., -." cat with senses ".l. Aqua ti whit. I 1.1'". II "'.. 50-CI. Machine Cut, ,.,....boon "In full ...,. Com
able to work. We *> not give k from, motdtd fibtr' ixtot. 197.; IC.wi. 1099. pulol g"sned.., r>w., fll.! '. .,tIt tntlruclwnt.YOUK .
1
food orders to people who are
welfare assistance :, o ,
receiving t A' ".

on"The a regular clothing basis we distribute" he said Is u #, r f a ", .. 11'/

not new. but Is donated. Any ,, I' bJ :'
one wishing to donate clothingor I tt.IIj'tcr :
"' /
"
toys may phone me at Radw / "' -" ". '
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Station WRIT. We will be 4'kitf :0' .. :.
.
glad to pick up any donations .i/, I rrrl
said Hendrix. CHOICE' [ :""
Im-!
"Medicine orders are an -
portant item which we give to r' 12, 16 or 41()-,a. Shotguns ). .
OL We have been '
those who are
carrying out welfare work In R.ul.r JU 27 88' /

Gainesville for the past 13yeers. Measuring Cupssiwl. Semi 'I ....
and know most of ,\J-o 'ttf ..... stay "yew i.n'.sing ...... .... t
the hardship. we cases well" b e (,swan uetwxr nasals 711 II I and Rock Sett !'p I It ee .... by Iri. ....... hewwrv, w.......-"..n.htwd .
I he'- II'cIl end taeAukw'4 ,
)
said. i 189 r .//Klan fee Owl N-Ioo4i"O. ..
So. It appears that every ? Seers 'rice

family bit to In have Gainesville a jolly Christ will be- iIc Coco ..........01 e4iwwa.i ,..,: ; ::..._ .' t<<'J.-'rTt'

mas. Hundreds of people are CUP* mV4 suraig sf",. eod t.. ""'J.. ; ...i.. .r
Vi and t cue pcIIf- > si If. 1
cooperating to make It a happy w1a I '.r tI'YIlJlJl
time for al:
'

Men't 'Insulated

a i l Nylon InnerweerCoats
.wr

} TM' psrteTant. 1. and Pants

roc y0utV0... If you can give a better bourbon..give it I 7 k 499 E.



()U)... Those ,bx> bow their Bourbon gifts insUc-out five Ancient Aft! 'rlce4"C",.. .r-

It- Inside:America'* Largest Selling 6 Year Oil Kentucky Bourbon.
0. s.. ...."' '.
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Outikk:Rids toU-emboiieJ holiday wrap (our little gift to you). Colorful' Candles I
CIM" Acct.
PHONE. r* <-77 Wedge Crip
w.id.wo."ig .,1De "

STREIT'SBICYCLE 1ft. ,,, .. 9- en rib blew .....,. ...... Ia.e Goal, and Net Sett

1\ !! !t\e ..
"w'&ne CIIIIor w'd ei fs
,... ..... 'N ....tr ears rd Seers PrkeYule 166.Silo.
SHOP Mahale weE'i.te. dw
... ad.rl.o ,win -"I s-.. 1/b.ba sees ./rq0-
615 W. UNIV.. AVE. I -C W .. by MM ed IItr. ./.I'% dl.n .
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10 Goineiville Sun Tuesday, December 15, 1964 _4_ ._

-......sr...e.are eKrer ew.eKr.lrre e.r.re c......er arnc.r

I Duval Taxpayers' Suit Under Way \i's: waAaaatoroafita///to the rich sound of music 1


i Arv.V.POWER PACKED 5-TUBE
By F.T. MACFEELY the lawsuit brought by two individuals January, 1963, he tried to get details and probably won't takea "It seemd like it was In the, blocked Walter's announced In-
JACKSONVILLE (AP) 'In and a Jacksonville corporation money fror the County CommIssion personal interest In it until air; all over the county for that tention 'In 1963 of reducing as- CLOCK RADIO
my opinion full cash value Just against Walter, members for a complete real this case is completed. matter," he explained. 'sessments on intangibles from Y!
value and fair market value are of the county commissionand sessment but was turned down. I Walter said his staff is instructed 100 per cent of value to 42 per M J
synonymous" said Ralph N. State Comptroller Ray E. He said be discussed a reas- not to give-him details. In spite of objections by one cent of value to conform will ;
Walter Duval County tax assessor Green. sessment program with three I Reappraisal figures in the of his attorneys Walter insistedon the average property assessment iiiiii I
One of several requests in the professional firms but only one program have been kept secret answering a question about =
lawsuit was a declaration by the submitted a price-about $644- Some were divulged to school his holdings of intangibles- ,
This testimony came MondayIn court that "just value" In a 1963 700 as he recalled. accrediting officials recently In stocks bonds and mortgages.He Walter said the 42 per cent- J ass
a taxpayers suit seeking to :
law fair market value. office said he has $273,000 worth. 4164 cent as also used- ,
force Duval property assessmentup means I Walter testified his began a futile attempt to prevent Du or per
from an estimated average Frank K. Osborn, who pre a reappraisal this year- val's 13 public high schools from This question followed refer was an arbitrary figure he cot i $21II
42 per cent of market value to ceded Walter as assessor testified for which the commission gavean losing accreditation because of ence to a suit In which the state from a railroad assessment 1!
what the plaintiffs call "fair in his opinion "the criteriaIn shortage of county funds for educatlon. comptroller went to court and board list. Modll
initial 1100,000-and will com- : 11110'I.III
the !
valuation Is basically
market value." Just ., W"r+ .II..
same as in fair market value." plete it late next year. MoMUW.OI-WM*
The case is being closely Osborn said when he was assessor But the assessor said he has Reassessment as a means of =
watched as a possible precedent from December 1960 to no personal knowledge of the providing more school money is iii e Automatic Wakt-to-Moslc feature
for,other counties which have a primary goal of civic leaders. i
not reassessed for several years. Walter testified be understood e Large speaker and loop antenna assure fully
It Is significant, too In the Du- Grace Presbyterian Plans there were thousands of inequl tonal depth
val school crisis which Is attributed ties in the county tax roll, basic- .
Smooth, handy top tuning
to a shortage of county Activities for Yule SeasonSeasonal ally, unchanged since 1941 but :
i it
money for education. knew this only from hearsayand y e Large, 'lIIy.to-read clock with sweep second handy .

Walter's. testimony conceding activities at Grace I mony. A short informal reception -! gossip. Handsome plastic cabinet resists chipping:
he-finds no difference in the Presbyterian Church will begin will be held In Fellowship noon ILI
RADIO and TV DEPT.
meaning of the three terms apparently with the presentation of the Hall with refreshments b e ing I IJcMAYJ I i
took one tame out_oAt Christmas pageant, "Unto Us," served. 0 a
next Sunday night at 7.30: in Sunland Scouts will be hon-I IMS I3f1IRD.! aaiyy
the church sanctuary. ored with their annual Christ-
N1/? Written by Clara Waldrop the mas party by the men of Grace lutlll'
pageant tells the Christmas Church on Tuesday night, December '' a dwl I .t H C IHpIlIIf
four Complete Office story In song and drama. Mrs. 22. Dinner will be served ? Aul. HIECKURYAKUICA'R *

Supplier Herb Wagemaker will direct a short program given and 1 c H_. i WfREE PARKING ON TOWER LOT
the performance, gifts presented to the Scouts. ,
MAKE DATES e Llf. ,
YOUR "white
Following the pageant
The Christmas Eve Candlelight USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE
gifts" of food and clothing to be held 20' 54.E. HOST XAGiinciirrimiGHT
WITH service will be
given to needy families will be church sanctuary at 7:30: In December the 1713f57f.r h. 5.10 10UKBOV WHISKT je M! The Store Thai's More Then Just A Hardware Store

CONFIDENCE.. .. presented at the manger 21 now.on MCIU MIIUIM M.nuts. .MtllkfckhftkMlkkllJIhftfckfcltk MlMtMlMlkkJlftMlMlkklIN .
'scene bv members of the con .
gregation. Later, the nativity I
tableau on the church lawn
will be lighted In a short cere-


100 Attend YOUR HEART
0N 3 Nc1 .
Girls' Night;

Winners ListedOver I :;" YOU KNOW YOUR FAMILY WOULD LIKEFIgPECIAt.lSrs

100 members attended, :
j the Girls' Night Christmas Par-I
ty at the Boys' Club sponsored I d,11t'ApfIUkN A COLOR TV FOR CHRISTMAS!
EATON'SWHK'ATA.QLANCB by the Keystone Club. The event t.
I climaxed the 1964 Girls' Night]j i
program. This was the last I
meeting until January 11 when '
REMEMBERS registration for 1965 membership -
FOR YOUI and classes will be held.
Event winners were:
I 1 Indispensable for business, Hula Hoop Contest:1 Cherry
proftiiion l or social) u.e. Lane, Brenda Stanley, Marcy NEW LOW PRICES
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MS NISSEN colleges throughout the coun- t x State's Best

Assistant Sports Editor try, Including Florida, Florida

Auburn plucked one of Florida State and Army.

'. prize football prospects to Auburn assistant coach Jerry

day when it signed Gainesville Elliott was on hand this morn-

High's aid.The Al GIf I to a grant-in- ing ion.when Giffin made his decis J_ Tampa Back


6-4, 225 pound halfbackhad Meanwhile, Florida boostedits

been sought by numerous total of slgnees to 25 Mon- BrilliantAilAround
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day with the addition of Miami

Jackson tackle Lloyd Thur

BearsHost man and guard Bobby Kyle I

Both are -foot, 200 pounders. :

Elliott said, "We expect Al to Larry Smith, a brilliant all-

be a fine ball player and are around halfback from Tampa
Robinson, has been named the
glad we got him. He said the
Tigers plan to try Giffin at full state's outstanding high school
back. football player for 1964 by the Tuesday, D.cemb.r iS, 1964 .

Florida Sportswriters Associa
PIYI Hess, Too r' n.Yl.. tion. ,

I Auburn also has signed half ; Tile 8-3, 195 pound griddcr

CROSS CITY Two teams back Bobby Hess of Pensacola GAINESVILLE'S AL GIFFLV SIGNS NAME TO AUUUltN GRIt GRANT has been an outstanding play

seeking a big v let o r y collide Escambla, a 205-pound All-State Watching Are His Father P. E. Glffin (1\1)), And Auburn's Jerry Elliott er for the Knights the past FeBattle
.. GHS Santa
when Cross performer. KM *" < ky loan CiviK three seasons His credentialsare
here tonight ----- -- --
Clffln end his such that he has had scholarship ,
was an Junior
City hosts P. K. Yonge.
like season and was switched to the STOPS NO. 1 WICIIITA offers from some .40 maJor -
The Bears, looking one
of the area's have rolled backfield last spring.He colleges.
,
powers
Smith scored 47 touchdowns In Tonight
the sparkled both as a runner
a 3-2 record, while
up
his scholastic with 29! of
Blue Wave has compiled a 2-1 and pass receiver this past sea ReboundsBy career
Michigan them coming this season. He
mark. son and continued his strong tallied U In 1963 as Robinson Gainesville and Santa Fe put teams this past weekend, drop-

Cross City is paced by 6-J linebacking on defense. went to the finals of the state's their identical 3-1 records on the ping a three-point decision to

center Bobby Dodd who Is currently Giffin turned In one of his finest DICK COUCH Wichita, with four straight giving the Wolverines their fifth first football playoff (Class AA) line tonight In a basket ball Dayton Seabreeze and tripping I

averaging 19.3 points per offensive performances Associated Press Sports Writer victories at that point, drew 23 I victory. before losing to Coral Gables clash at the Hurricane gym. Jacksonville Paxon: by 19

game. His mates are 6-0 forward against West Palm Beach Forest Whoops! That crazy-bouncing of 33 first-place ballots and out Bob Lewis hit for 31 points, on a field! goal In the last minute CHS split games with two of points

Randy Corbin (13.0 ave.), Hill in Ocala's Sunshine basketball has given Wichita an pointed once-beaten Michigan one more than teammate Billy of play lie also tallied twice the state's finest Class AA I The Hurricanes knocked off

8-1 forward Lewis Overstreet BowL up-and-down feeling faster than 309-279. The Wolverines surprised Cunningham, at Greensboro, as a sophomore. --- --- ----- Chnctawhatchce and Jack o n-

((9.0)), S-ll guard Wilson Hendrix He was a consistent ground you can say Cazzle Russell. by Nebraska 74-73 Satur- N.C., as North Carolina handed villa Jackson In their first two

((8.3)), and 5-10 guard Terry gainer, caught several passes day night, received five first- Vanderbilt Its second straight Two-Way Player encounters,

Enfinger ((5.3)). and scored two touchdowns in Russell and Wolverines the rebounding floored place ballots. setback. The Commodores lost A top student too, Smith I Santa Fe defeated Chlvfland
Michigan both offense and
Yonge coach Wilbur Hosklns a 34-7 romp over the state's ask for to Virginia Tech 6964 Saturdayand played ways twice K. while
No. 1-ranked Wichita 87-85 Mon The Wolves may a re- and P. Yonge,
defense lie rushed for 960
yards
thinks trio of Dodd Over. ninth ranked team.
the tumbled from third to ninth
I
losing to Lake three
day night, less than 24 hours count after Russell's brilliant this City by
season although( handicapped
street, and Corbin will be es- Giffin was especially effectiveon In The AP poll. Vanderbilt Is 3- 1 points.
after the Wheatshockers had second half performance; ankle lie
I by an Injury
pecially dangerous. end runs throughout the sea-' 2 on the season. The Tarheels The Rebels will have a slight
evicted the Big Ten club from which included the lastsecondwlnnlnz
43 (for 799
caught panes yards,
"Dodd will have to be stoppedIf he have .
barrelledfor five of
son as consistently won seven. height advantage with ( center
the top spot major col- basket against Wichita.
among completed eight of 11 passes:
want to win, he said.
we 10 and 12 He
yards gains. H.'U be
lege powers. Canle dazzled the Shockers Not one of last week's Top Ten for another 175 yards In 171 Sonny Tompkins
"Overstreet Is lefthander who
a Is only 18 old, extremely In the
likes to drive the baseline, while years i Wichita's first loss and North after Intermission, scoring 23 of teams held its position In this lays his total offense was 1,. joined starting lineup by
aid the 100 forwards Teel and Andy
strong runs yard George
Corbin Is a consistent shot from Carolina's 84-78 decision over his game-high 28 points six In I week's poll St. Louis, upendedby 906 yards grained, 30 touchdowns
dash M10.4.Starkc. Strickland and guards Fred
the final 1* minutes
the outside." ninth-ranked Vanderbilt prom- I Missouri! 72-56 Saturday scored, Including one In a bowl Clark and Thrasher.
Hoskins also said Cross City ised another shake-up In the The score was knotted at 83 night slipped from fourth to game / Terry bank
CHS will the high-
uses pressing type defenses anda Five national ratings. The Top- 16th tie In the seesaw struggleat :Olh. San Francisco and Minnesota On defense, Smith Intercepted { scoring duo of -foot on forw a r d
and shoot offense. Ten list underwent wholesale Detroit with four secondsto climbed Into the Nos. 3 four passes and made 41 unassisted
run Boyd Welicd and "lau.rd mil
Center Chic Hinton is PKY's changes last week, as reflected play when Wichita lost the and 4 berths, respectively, and tackles from nil I
Boai for Its The
leading scorer at this point Vs. PalatkaPALATKA In The Associated Press poll re- ball on a bad pass. Russell's'split four first-place votes. backfield spot. conslntcnt Weljch point hit punch.II:
pointsagainst
Hinton Is averaging 13.0 per leased today and based on re- running one-hander dropped His coach, Holland Aplin
Cats Move : I both abreris and!
Other Wave starters and Starke bringsIts sults through last Saturday. through the cords at the buzzer, L'p said, "A boy as good as Larry
game. UCLA; Duke; St. John's, ration, and Roar bagged 13 and
I. deserving of all the he
their are forwardsDan basketball team here tonightfor praise
averages N.Y., and Kentucky all advanced 11 points the two nights,
battle with rival Palatka. can get. He's the finest football
Dennison (11.0)), and Covey a
after successful week Other starters will be center
Johnston (7.0)), and guards Bob- The Tornadoes defeated Live Spurrier ClosellSEC's ends. The Bruins, No. S, trimmed player I have ever coached andthat's Carl Johnson, forward Wayne
by Hines (7.0), and Ronnie Ko- Oak in their opener last week Oklahoma Slate 68-32. The not all AH our boys look flick and guard John Willis.

ru ((8.0)). and then dropped a game to I Blue Devils, No. (, routed South up to him. Larry's a good boy Tlpoff time Is 8 p.m.Women' .
and like
Yonge's top rebounder at this Fernandina Beach last Saturday Carolina 111-73; the Redmen, you have to everythingabout

point is Johnston, who has night Ko. ?, nipped Miami Fla. 79- him.
'
does what Coif
Top SophJACKSONVILLE 'He's the type who
been 10.7 reboundsper Reddish 5-10 *
averaging Greg ,. a sophomore 77, and the Wildcats smashed "
tell him without
,
game, and Dennison is sec- guard was the Starke you question
Syracuse 110-77 to gain the No. '
Aplin said. "II. of the
one
ond with 5.0 rebounds per game. pacesetter against Fernandinawith (AP-Steve for a second-place and one for' 1 spot. moat dedicated players I've Tourney Set

18 points. Forward Spurrier University of Florida a third-place. Spurrier received Four teams which received ever! seen. He plays hard he
Polka Biebcl Wayne McLeod and guard Don quarterback, is a laadslldi l two second-place votes and was votes In the weekly poll but works hard U he doesnt make There will be a two-ball tour.

Falcon also hit double figures in choice as the Southeastern Con. on 10 of the 11 ballots cast failed to crack the Top Ten AU America, I'll be 'disap ;w,.. 1! 'I. n"y for women. In the 18 and
the Fernandina tilt with 11 and terrace Sophomore of the Year. scored impressive home-court pointed." ID-Nile groups at-the Colt and
LeadIn
Trogdon 10 points, respectively. I Jack Hairston, Sports Editorof Runnerup was halfback Marcus -' victories Monday night Jon Mc. The highest praise' accorded LARRY SMITH Country Club Thursday.

Center Gene Pass and forward the Jacksonville Journal, Rhoden of Mississippi Slate Clockln'i 24 points carried Indiana Smith has come from the college jitate'a! : No. 1 grldJerMeluino It Is the annual Christ mat
Commercial with one first-place vote and 10 event with festivities to start at
Joey Reese round out the start- which sponsors the annual ballot past DePaul (1-71; Wayne scouts who have dogged his
announced today Spurrier's points. isles pumped 40 points as Utah t am All golfers In the Worn
Ing lineup. trail the pttt two seasons. Many
Frank Palka, Bank of Haw selection by an 11-man panel One first place vote each wentto State riddled Nevada 10180; of them have ventured the opinIon DOWIM en's Golf Association at the club

thorne, and Barry Biebel, Wom- which represented all Southeastern Joe Graham Tennessee tackle Miami of Ohio whipped Marshall that he ls another Tucker are urged to participate

ble's Standard Oil, led the Commercial First baseman Bill White of HIM, setting a school IUclmrcl A bridge tourney and Y VI I.
Conference school areas. and Mike McGraw, Kentucky Fredericks In the making ()nI
night the Cardinals made one hit in scoring record and I party also are scheduled. _
League Monday
Spurrier received eight of the fullback. Drake FmlcrkkMm.. who played al -- ---
with a (31 series. I his first 19 official trips to the 11 first-place votes and piled up shackled Idaho State S641. iJ ;OOdSOOth Droward and ALACHUA The Mehane
native of Johnson
Palka rollad 198-186-247 for plate In the World Series. He 28 points on the basis of three City Spurrier, Tenn.,a finished third In the The Top Ten, with first-place I at Auburn ls generally 0 o n- I Green Hornet downed Rlityird.

his total while Biebel toppled finished with 3 for 27. points for a first-place vote, two SEC In passing and total of votes In parentheses, and ceded to be one of the ,son High of Lake City (2 '. 50

227-227-177. Palka's 247 was best points: meet complete players In cot 'Monday night fur their third
fense. He completed (3 of 114 r
game. I lege football In the past 3" akelball win In four garnet .
passes for 943 yards and rushedfor 1. Wichita (23)) 309!
Jim Trogdon of Wise's Drug Reds Cards Make 146 yards, giving him 1,089 2. Michigan (3)) years. this season. \

Store was only a pin behind the yards of total offense. 3. San Francisco ((2)) % Other Conlrndw Nave Jenkins and Walter Anderson .
leaders as he fashioned a 630: 4. Minnesota gl led the attack with 19
He became the seventh sophomore ((21 Smith won( out over a strong
221211198. and U points, reactivity Davis
on .. UCLA
In SEC history to compilemore 161 list of candidates. Other top-
Wise's hit 3123 on 102810651033 .. Duke topped the losing Wolves
TradeCINCINNATI than 1,000 yards of total us rated players Included Cor a I
and Woodrow'a Men Store Four-Player offense 7. SL John's, N.Y. 11JJ;Gables Larry Herts the nuarterbmk with 10.

had 967-1077-1043 3089. The The members of the panel- t Kentucky u! who guided the Cava The Mcbane girls notched a

1077 was best game. (AP) Roger player will be named later. Jesse Outlar, Atlanta Constitution t. Vanderbilt 83'Hers to two straight AA titles; 35 20 triumph as Annie Thomas
totted In 18
of Combs 10 St. LouisDuprcc points.
Frank Collier Craig, the loslngest pitcher In Purkey, 35, has been with the : ; Benny Marshall, Birmingham BO'Bobby Keen, fine halfback from r

Lumber rolled 543 on 154182209In the National League in 1962-63, Reds since 1958, and recorded News; Mar Moseley, Montgomery Pcnsacola Escambla; Jim Ysr- ."" ..."". -NM.N AMmut. S/l,'l 004.*M
Se. I-If MNq.
the Mixed League. Rich and power-hitting Charley his best lesson In 1962, winning Advertiser; Carl Wallets Talks brmigh! standout tackle from Os, .li.WII_ K-llf CMOT, ....1 44 tar

Stolarski of Knott's Bar had 319 James have been acquired by 23 and losing five. That year Jackson Clarion Ledger; DeSot High, Arcadia; and Ted 1N.I.a'(11.0",11". e... J..... KINGEDWARD"

and Ralph Davis, Dixie Minlt the Cincinnati Reds hi a trade Purkey beat every club In the Lee Baker,Jackson Dally News, With 49crsBRADENTON Hflndrkks, Illaleali end. Mi tHMt. ..!> fnw "l< *.".. ,

No. 1. 300. Edna Jones of Diet- with the St. Louis Cardinals. league at least once and compiled Bud Monte, Baton Rouge Morning Smith's selection was an- :,0.||': .,"II= eel tOWM. 1;..a I,Mr NON ft*I1M |
Cola led the women with nounced by Joe Ifalbers t .11 I ........"
Rite
The Cardinals got knuckleball an earned run average of Advocate; Pete Finney, New (AP) UnJver- : .. .. .,I '
471. Eleanor Todaro of Speak Orleans States-Item; Fred Russell second vice president of the It _-. .....
Farmer artist Bob Purkey and an unidentified 281.Craig ally of Florida football slat Larry Florida Association
Easy had 464 and Bear Nashville Banner Tom Sli Sportswriters
Security Transfer Storage, minor league playerIn won Ms "losingtitle er, Knoxvllle News Sentinel; ; Duprte said Monday night he and sports editor of the IUMM unuui wwur, .MW mi em HUMS mutt., N noor MH..*..curial Mont
New York winning
with Meta
the
the swap announced Mondayby Is negotiating with the San Francisco :Gainesville Sun.Tuuipa .
Carl Louisville Counter-
400. Reds owner William 0. De- only 10 games and losing 24 Ruby, Forty-N III< Comer's 209 was best game Journal; Jack Halrston Jacksonville
Witt in 1982. In 1963 he won five and ban.
while Security T t T had a 2317 lout 21 Journal I Win
DeWitt said the minor league Dupre., speaking at a Palmetto
series and an (40 high game. Th. Meta traded Craig to SI
High School football banquet
Louis and he was 7-1 for the Cage Scores< said decision I CHARLOTTE, N. C AP) -
tome
probably -
Williams' Lincoln Wins Cardinals last season with an would be made within two With Just one second !Ml In the

ERA of J'>>. Craig started Ms COlU" lime, Dick Putins dropped s
... weeks,
From Howard career In 1955 with the old !r.aw.a a....... ws' shot through the hoop to give
In
613 Best Brooklyn Dodgers and has a sow w M.Y.is. aa.al. the University' of Tampa an till

World Series record of Sol for ''II CnHM U. ViMtrtM NIMMXI Bob Gibson of the Cardinals basketball victory ever Charlotte M
Lincoln ran its basketball record .,. .
M. a Nerr.
Church LoopHarry with the Dodgers. n. Vl. Taw ,. made IM pitches 'In the decldg College Monday night.Puitns .
3-1 for the a
to season .... ....
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i James batted .223 for the Cardinals v n. ". ao.rIs : g World Srrles game. If.made H sQ scorers with.33
Williams of First Nazarene Howard 10lclorJ Monday of Ocala.night ever last season He hit five ..::":.=-nl5&.s aLs M of them In the lath points with Run Stone following 1me

led the Church Leaguewith The Fighting High Terriers ware home runs.Purkey 1 wi ..::: inning when. Mickey Mantle hit no with II markers for the

a 113 series Monday night. led by Norman Anderson and I compiled an 11-11 record ,_-rn ft. e.A_.w o.a neqr a three run homrr. Spartans.
He hit games of 234 2U-1M. last season, with most of ... N..wr.a.w. M ,
Mills who hit 2S and
His 234 was best single. Clarence his victories coming In the finsi Ir.-. 50,.MS III. MM.5s f..A C aden
The DI a.. Advent 2 points, respectively. two months. His ERA was .. -. .. M
Harvey Lewis Allen and Cadsen hit ,, 1
Christian had a 567. James ''3.03 Following his 23 victories Mw 1t ,:a.a DRIVE-IN GROCERY Give ar
13 each for the losing Wild ,_ .... 14 Nee aNis '
Wells, Advent ChrIstian 5S2; Buns. laIM, the most won by a Reds II Mwwe Y..sow.Mw54 1

Frank Martin First Methodist pitcher to 18 years. Purkey ....
Lincoln will take on Northwesters III. MM Ns.N M MANAGER
S43; James Davis, First Baptist Advent of Jacksonville Wednesday I slipped_to a -18 record to 1X1 __ M. Y TRAINEES The
Rodgers -
531; Henry Bight in Its next game.

Christian, 528. R. ?, Math. The Lincoln girls! made tt a LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS WANTED
Methodist. 53; Sure
J First
oa. sweep for the Bight with a 43-21
Frisk Warner, Highlands Presbyterian
512; Lloyd !Koser University win In the opener. Betty Payout M.r., 2S N so hi ....".,,, telaecpe kf... wieh

Methodist 50L had 17 points and Minnie Perry : TIANjritAltl J.."...'. *?""* r".'fc.... '.14 *.<.t!... end etfcer One
U for the Lincoln six. :1 NOM Ova ....tft fce.. .
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Splits were made 'by Mathtan t .. ,-_/ree. ..... _see ._.... 1 J. ts..'. Mmif Merlitt Give.Scagram's 7 Crown and be Sure
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Giardello Navy Eyes


Ilartlin PactTermination GHS Tourney Set



Keeps Title I Admission prices are
championship pegged
Gainesville High School's unusual play for the overall
: ANNAPOLIS Md. (AP) eight team high school I at 8:45 p.m. at 75 cents for students and II
The Naval Academy sun ii deliberating I for adults.
By MURRAY ROSE had his big chance In that round legal and other ques- basketball tourney gets under Raper said trophies will go to

xj Associated Press Sports Writer but he blew It Giardello absorbed tions In the five.year contract of way on Saturday night Dee 26, the overall champion and to the The local tourney la believedto

PHILADELPHIA (APIt aeveral other solid left Wayne Hardin, who reportedly 'Cane coach John Raper announced winners In both the large and be one of the few, If not the

like the old matador looks to the jaw from his everreatenlng la I through as head football today. small categories. The consola- first, to give smaller schools I
was foe but Pal Joey coach at Navy. tion winner will get the game chance to be tested against larg.
against the dangerous
young always managed to slip away The meet brings together four ball.
bull. Officials announced after atwohour schools.
nv from the brink of disaster that I Class AA and A schools In one I er
meeting Monday -
Middleweight champion Joey There were no knockdowns. I further sessions would be necct- division and four Class B and Bill Arnold's

Giardello came perilously closeto "''If I only could have made sary."We fully expect to have a C schools In the other. I

being gored but he called on him fall," said Carter. "Just statement on Thursday," Capt will WE GOT
The championship game 549 Best SetBill
nee, U I could have made himfa1L William S, Buslk, director of
trick he learned in 16
-' every That was the difference I athletics, sail match the winners In the big
years of pro battling to beat won It clearat least 9 to 6- and small groups, Raper said. Arnold's 549 was best in SO BIG'CAUSE
strong Rubin (Hurricane) Carter but a fall would have clinched He said any speculation about the Sheriff's Senior League at
,. In his first title defense Mon Hardln's status until that time Competing the AA-A group Palm Lanes Saturday. He rolled /.
It."I would be premature that the will be Jacksonville Paxon, Ocala 214-136-179 with the 214 best WE
had him the hook but let
day night on Palatka and Gainesville. In
"whole spectrum" of his contract ,
I game. CHARGE SO LITTLE
him' get off. He's cagey and will be North
the B-C
A rousing finish In the last was under review. category
takes a helluva punch. Look althe Marlon, Hawthorne, DunneU 0 n.1 Randall Beggs had a 548 with' C rent a car from j1
five rounds of the 15-rounder great fighters he', fought Busik confirmed that the,
and Green Cove Springs.The a 208 best game and Louie ]
earned the crafty 34-year-old and none have put him down for board of athletic control, of Davis hit $41. Sharon Ennis hada I BCONO-CAlI I

He Still Won It champion the unanimous decision -the count" which he Is a member,had beenIn tourney will run four 439 to lead the girls. .....
over the muscular 27yearold 'He' fought my fight and touch with Hardln's lawyer, nights with games on Dec. 26, -- -

I II Joey Glardello winces as Rubin Carter bounces a contender(idn't press as I expected him B. Nathaniel Richter of Phila- 28, 29, 30, Raper said. Sandbaggers rolled a 2292 On, Otto 'Inwr.na CHG IncluM I
round of theirf second-ranking; to press," said Glardello. "He elphla. The coach did not attend series and bad an 806 single NO DROP
llth
hard right off his head middleweight In the fight Monday from Paterson, N.J., at Conven- dldn.t fight inside and made It the meeting, but Busik said On Dec. 26, first game at 7:30 game high Dale Cook made TO MX AIRPORT I

world night. championship Glardello was given a decision victory although tion HalL easy for me. That had a lot to he was advised of proceedingsand pm. will Haw match t h Dun At nellon 143 the 57.9 and 64-10 splits while N.lehb.'Phone.k..d FR I.6-3(44",>l<. C....rtil I
i. seemed against orne. -7-10,
f Carter carried the fight most of the way. do with IL"Flat satisfied with them, Beggs picked up the NW. duds Jtrttt
I AP Vrtrtphot to lie dunr / Big Chance p.m., Paxon will play Palatka. S-7 and 4-5.
I Giardello cut the left Defense The delay only served to
was over
I On Dec. 28 (Monday), at 7:30 .
that the
heighten speculation
I shaken left This was Ciardello's first title .
and by a jolting I
eye I
I hook In the fourth round. Carter defense since he won the crown principal question was whetherto p.m., North Marlon faces Green
oufaxTopsERA buy up all or part of the four love Springs. At 8:45: p.m.,
from Nigeria's Dick Tiger on an
years remaining In the contract Ocala and Gainesville will play.
upset decision at Atlantic City,
.n
l l' FSL to Go N.J., Dec. 7, 196:1.: Hardin reportedly makes about Tuesday's Dec. 29, games will
$18.000 a .
He had only two non-title out- year.Hardln's match the small school winners

' With Flasl"y 1.74 In g with Rocky Rivera. Now effect last January new contract after a took M of Dec. 28 and Dec. 28, at -

." 10 Teams In with eight atralght victories tohis ,(season In which Navy rankedNo 7:30: p.m,The winners of the big ,.. .,
he to cash Inwith school the first two '.
credit games
plans
| CINCINNATI (AP) Sandy phla Phlllies was third In the of non-title 2 nationally and received a nights will play at 8:45: p.m. 1. .... '
a couple more -'
earned run competition with a.. I Cotton Bowl bid. His team this \ j
Koufai of the Los Angeles Dodgers 1965 SeasonLAKELAND flghls. Then he said he would .".. 9't'.t
2.20 mark. Then came Juan year finished 31, Including his The finals on Wednesday, .
posted the lowest National like to meet the winner of a bout 'I ...... :-._ .
Marlchal of San Francisco, 2.48; first loss to Army in six years. Dec. 30, will find a consolation r. \.
\ League average in 31 years In Jim Bunning of Philadelphia, (AP-The) Florida between No. 1 contender Joey clash at 7:30 p.m. match- 0;. I'

winning the circuit's earned-run 2,83; and Jim O'Toole, Cincinnati State baseball league will Archer of New York and Tiger Women's ing the losers of the Dec. 29, \\1\ 1 r #:)
championship for the third consecutive 2.68.Earned. feature 10 teams next year instead -I Archer beat both Tiger and Cage games. The two winners, one .. : '
j of the present eight 'Carter controversial declons -
I II on either a B or C school and the
f In 1964. ,
season run averages are computed .
; Koufax compiled a 1.74 mark, by multiplying the number Franchise holders voted Monday In New York. Loop MeetingSet other an AA or A team, will

I "the official NL pitching records of earned runs by nine and for the expansion.. West Carter, a knockouts pro three years In 24, had A' ":1 \ 1111 rJ;"
scored 13
disclosed today He yielded only dividing the total by the innings) Palm Beach will be one of the fights. A fast puncher with pro a ThursdayThe l.lI:1,. :: iP-.I
In 223 innings. clubs with either Clearwater -
43 earned runs pitched. new
Koufax also pitched the most Larry Jackson of the Chicago or Lcesburg the home of the flashy left hook, he counted onthe Gainesville Recreat Ion
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and had the hook to undo the champion.He ,Department Is holding a meeting BEEFEATERBEEFEATER
shutouts, seven, Cubs posted the most victories, 10th.
came close in the fourth to organize a Women's Bas-
highest winning percentage, .792 24, while Marlchal, the league's CoDyudpe
The Milwaukee Braves will only. tetball League on Thursday,
on a record of 19 victories and only other 20 game winner
only five defeats. pitched the most complete own and operate the West Palm, The ring-scarred champion Dec. 17, at 7:30: In the Recreation -

He was sidelined for the final 22. The Giants' righthander' Beach Club, according to kept on the move constantly Center Library.
six weeks of the campaign witha games; won-lost record was George MacDonald, president ol against his stalking, straight- Games will be played on Mon-
21-8. the league. i moving opponent With blood day evenings at Sunland TrainIng -
sore arm. from the cut most of Center Gym League play ,
trickling .
The 28-year-old star captured Southpaw Bob Veale, of Pittsburgh The Clearwater club, operated the Glardello fought the will begin January 11. --- m*tod.yi Martini Menappreciate

II the ERA crown In 1962 with 2.M I was the strikeout king under the Kansas City Athletics classic way.fight sticking with his Women interested In enteringa N.E. .R

S and in 1963 with 1.88. The low- with 250. He also Issued the will be operated by Earl left jab to the head, hooking tothe team or playing on a team its
est previous average before most bases on balls, 124 Halstcad, St Petersburg publisher and head and making should attend the meeting
1964 was 186 by Carl Hubbell of sports books, MacDonald body Thursday. Contracts, entry requirements Ave
of the New York Giants In 1933. said. Carter miss. 1117 '
Kramer Heads Arrangements are and department policies identifiable r(
Don Drysdale, the Dodgers'ace yet to be made with the city. Missed PunchesJoey : will be discussed. IJ i
righthander, was the ERA had the challenger

', runner-up also topped with a the 2.19 league average.He In. North Senior MacDonald arrangements said If fall the throughthe Clearwater slicing punches the In most air with rounds dozens with of a Mocs Victors'LAKELAND 1 1I ... excellence

started, 40, Innings Bowl Kansas City farm club will "
games LineupMOBILE sllp of his head or a slight move THE IMPORTED ONEBEEFEATER ""
t pitched with 321 and total bat- be operated at Leesburg by Byron backwards or to the aide. Carter I (APFlorida Ralph Turlington

ters faced, 1,2(4. Ala. (AP) All. Herlong, veteran sports en landed his share of punches but Southern, shooting long from GIN
Chris Short of the Phlladel America tackle Larry Kramer, thuslast. Giardello scored with more. the floor, overcame a tough easels
heads 27-man Georgia State man-to-man defense STATE FARM l M moor loot CHAIN NEUTMI SPIRITS CNGUMO BY KOBMND. nr.
of Nebraska a consists of officials had Giardello tne) "
The present league The MASH...,.. .' O
Monday night to win a 99- -"T1' '"IWW UMIMII
76ers Defeat North squad announced today teams at Daytona Beach (Detroit winner by the following point 63 basketball KM r MUM IJMIMflMt(IliiiwT e
Senior Bowl game. t
for the 16th annual ), Cocoa (Houston), Fort scores, based on the five points

111\ 'Frisco FiveBy football game Jan 9. Lauderdale (New York,) Miami a round: referee Bob Polls 72-
\1 i The squad-as did the South (Philadelphia), Srasota (hica 66; judge James Mina, 71-61,
announced Sunday-In-
team (Philadelphia,) Sarasota (Chicago and Judge Dave Bctoff, 7047
PRESS
THE ASSOCIATED eludes for the first time two Negro -
.
), St Petersburg (Los Angeles The Associated Press scorecard
The foul shooting of the Philadelphia players. They are (-4, 240-(
78ers and San Francisco State tackle ,) and Tampa (Clnclrmal had Giardello a narrow winner,
Michigan
pound The 1965 Ford rides
i Wilt Chamberlain enabled Jerry Rush and Utah end Roy U). It will open the season 80-68. quieter
April 19.Dolphins. rounds the scores were Polls )-
In
the 76ers to defeat the Warriors Jefferson, a 8-2,190-pounder,
the National Basketball 1-3-3, Beloff! >>2, and Mlna 9-I
In
only The South's Negro players are, !
than
Association game Monday Olympic sprinter Bob Hayes Bow 4-2. The AP had It 7-8-3 a Rolls-Royce

nluht and Bob Felts, Florida A. & M. A ringside poll showed a W-
The 76ers hit on 39 of 43 foul backs To Southern majority for Giardello.
shots for a 119-11 victory over Big Ten quarterbacks Rich Carter entered the ring a 8-. Hard to believe? Maybe. but it's true The Ford ride probed quieter In tests conducted
the Warriors at Pittsburgh'sCivic Badar of Indiana and Tom I' favorite after being a 7-5 underdog
Arena. Myers of Northwestern will direct Southern HATTIESBURG Mississippi's, Miss. basketball (AP-) at the welRtiin. Glardello by the world's leading acoustical consultants (Bolt Beranek and Newman

The Warriors, on the other' the North offense. weighed 160 pounds -the exact
hand, missed nine of 29 charity All but one of the 27 North University squad downed 8348 Monday Jacksonville night middleweight limit to Cart Inc.). These tests were certified by the U. S. Auto Club. But come mnlc your own
tosses All of the misses were by In the I
players were picked era 1584.
as Southern's Bruce Miller ran And be for other Ford
Chamberlain who also made drafts by National and AmerI-- Glradello's record was 97.22.7, test. ready many surprises.
his scoring total to 1,003 points.!
six and was the game's high can Football League teams and Carter's 204WATER .
scorer with 40 points. three of the aquadsmen were The Southern senior dropped
first-round choices. In 19 points to become the sixth and ICE TEA And gives you luxurious new features like these.
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In the ,I GLASSES
David Mend They were Rush, picked player In the school history to I
AFL, first round by Boston and, break the 1,000 mark. ... M.f.l. 6 RMtawMti
Best on 461 In the second round by thNFL'a I SPENCE ,
Teammate Charley Payne '
Detroit; Indiana fullback
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David Mead's 464 the scored 30 points as high man CHIMICAL SUPPLY COIR
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Strelt's Bicycle Junior Leagueat ; and back George Donne and Dick Pruett! sank 28. I L i.I '

Palm Lanes. He rolled 158-: ly of Illinois, an opening-round : _
161-143. Karen Steele had a 463 choice of San Francisco of the'

Karen McElwain rolled a 112 NFL.
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Falling Pins had a 2073 sec the game. Members of the dangerous..here's the cure art
ies and a 743 high game. Miss winning team receive $900 each ..

McElwain. made. the 5-7 split and each of the losers gets $700. BRAKE SPECIALwhen ;
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I BUSINESS MARKET REPORT __ __ Recreation Bd. to Take Up I


REVIEW WI Bm

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Gulf Hammock Land Deal I



N.Y. Listing By BUZZ MIX ON: il I expenditure by the state <''' mpla: n, Iii') old he would to the state purchasing the Gulf

Late Sun Area Editor I I ill million (including earn Ave tt "It'old'; hiS approval Hammock land. He laid It was

Readers'Request I Morning I I A couple of years ago, tin ng charges) over a 20 jea. jcrlotl. |I mttl thce stipulations h. too much money for the stale
NewVorkPmtNick( ) 13''% 132,000 acre Gulf Hammock icon complied with: v'l to put Into one recreation proj.

STOCKS: IntPap 33 land tract owned by Rublnvm I The terms of Lea i pronota -The trustees of the State:ect and that legislator from
TXi following mirtrt quotulm .r* 19-1 Jones&L 13 Land and Lumber ('0. ct Mobile vere revroled recently In i nternal Improvement Fund,joiner )parts of the state e!pco
ftwry rnmt"'l Mcfl"-:'T W :=.of "ttw STOCK LISTINGS J Alcoa 59'i! KaisAl' 29 Ala.. and located In Levy I ogal opinion of the whole pro"osition ould enter Into the ..jreement.1JUt I tally after reapportionment of

AmCan 42 Ken cott63H 11:1t: County, was offered to the Slate drawn up for a 0 Y.i there must be enough mono the Legislature Is accomplished

fierce Wulbem,Murphey : AmCyan Ug&My' 82 of Florida for a price of $Tan i rarrls Bryant by State Attor- y In sight to pay the annuil -] would never allow the dealto
I AmMot W. Loch d 34', acre, or a total of $!>.240.Oflfl. .try General James Nyse,. rent go through.

NEW YORK Tidewater ....._._ 31Vt Life Stock Fund AT&T 66lorlllard' 41\4 I Today, the State Outdoor Kjnea more or less killed the -The State Board of Adminstratmn "'I like hunting is much is

STOCK UClL\'iGE Trans WA .. ._ ._ .. 491,1 Mass Inv Stock _......._ .1 AmTob 33 Mag vox 9 5tt Recreation! Committee It to take imposition for the time being would have to tudy the next fellow, and I probably

Union Pac ...:..- .... 1.50a .2% Mass Inv Growth ....... $. Anaconda AmpxCp 14% MM4M 5%I up the matter of the possible ; ly rendering (lie opinion tin the proposal to make sure it Is will make a lot of sportsmenmad

Abbott Lab _.._ 2.40 45 Und Air L._ ... l.50b $7'% Pioneer Fund -.-................. 303 52 MohoccoArmour 14%I purchase of the huge tract of he state could not enter Into with me," Brice iild, "but
Allied Chem ..... 1.80 S2% 52% Mons to $54: Imd at a meeting" in Tallahassee he lease soundThe that Is how I feel."
Upjohn ...._ 1.00 Sl Puritan Fund ........._. .... 057 : purchase agreement! court would have to
Amerada Pt .._...._. 2.00 83 Jim Walter .. ... Z2% Putnam Growth ...... ......... 15.93 Babcock 354 MontWd 3S: or the huge tract of land with- approve the project. Brice continued: 'If the Gulf
Am Etc Pow ..__. 1.1Gb 13% War Lamb _. .'70 32'% TV & Elec ......_. ....... ... 802. BethSU 35'i NatDalr 81\ The asking price now ut going through the courts. I Timber and Hammock land Is such a money
Amer Enka .... ._ 1.40a 664' Worthlntn __. ... 1.50 49% Value Line Inc ................_ 5.75' Boeing Borden 674 Nat Dist 16' though, is $78.73 per am or a The courts would have to ap hive scoffed at pulpwood the claim dealers that -making proposition, why la
Amer Hone ....__ Uta 62%! Xerox .. ._...__ .4 Wellington Fund. ...... 1493 784 AmAv 51' total of $10,395,000 U.I55.o() ( rove the locality of the deal : Robinson Land and Lumber Co.
Amer M Fdy .._.._.. .!l0 17 Zenith .. 1.20a 12'4 NYSE MOST ACTME STOCKS Brunswk 8 Penney It more than the price of two and Its financial stability since there Is enough marketable tun selling It in the first place I : ?
Armco Stl ....... _... 3.00 64" Comp Vol. Close Changes CaterTr 40'4 PRR 37' years ago i bond Issue would be Involvd her on the Gulf Hammock landto And why haven't some of the
Aids OVER THE COUNTER / Celanese 74H PepCoIaS8v 1214 pay the ID.Oflfl a month rent large pulp and
Topka 1.2Oa 32"i 194.900 Com Sat Cp 70% 64 And the current price Is be. Kynes said. )paper companies
..... : NEW YORK C"AP) TIle follOwing Old up Chrysler hilMor 1tl4 proposed by Lea. that have assets far In exeM .
Baxter Lab _. 38 27V, The general also exresspd
and .>k<4 _,.'Ion., WPPIIM by tnnillonM 81,700 Sunshine Mng 25% off 3 ing asked by William C. Lea attorney .
Beckman In _.._ 72" AiMOlkM.. If SKurtM Owl 66,400 Tex Gulf Sul 474 off 2'- CocaCola 139'4 PhillPet 53' Atlanta speculator, who has an > his doubt is to the Burn Price, pre Beech U S _. 521 01. UK. Mf ftpf.Mflt aCtual t tans. CornEd 54% RCA 3214 ,late' Its land Slate Board of Forestry, said In buying the property"'
1.10 : aciloslo bu ins Uw NASD 55(0,10.of 46.600 Chrysler 58% off I" option to buy all the stock 01 i ability, through
ID* range wiThIn' wIIlcIt ItwM boon' ConEdis 96 RepStl 4200 there Is not enough timber on The Gulf Hammock negotiations .
Bristol My __ .80 64' Itt coula' Moe bMtl sold, (BOaauOM 00 45: ,700 Woolworth 27% off H :Hob nson Land and Lumber Co. ecreatkm program, to pay off
.. .. ContCan 50 Revkn76U 4:11.: he the land (which Include 22,000 have been shrouded In sec
Brunswick 8 MiMi 44.300 Tob 39'. H Some state officials have $18 t million required over
Reynolds
Bucyrus Erie ............ 3G"i" Alico Land ....... .._. .... 10'. 43: .000 Am Tel& Tel 664 off up H DowChe ReyTob 391 been secretly studying a lease- > 20 eAr Dcrlod acres of coastal marshland) to ree'llnce word first leaked out
Cambell S ._...__ 2.40 37% Amer Fidel Life ......_ 21"% 41.800 Wstnghse Elec 45% H duPont 228' StReePAllisChal 3011 purchase proposal olfcred b;) The rareatlon program, approved pay the interest on a four percent last spring that Robinson Land
Carter Pdt__ 1.00a 18'% Amer Heritage _.___ 2IJ' 39,100 Xerox 94 off up! IVt EAL 43% Seaboard 43H Lea which would call for a to- by voters In Novemberof bond Issue In the amount and Lumber Co. had decided to

CaoeJI _... ......... 180/, ,Amer Pioneer Life 7% 37,700 Corp Rand Kodak 134 Sears 128. _. ------ --- last year allows the stateto of $10 million. veil to private Interest, rather
Cessna AIr __ 1.00 30 Anheuser Busch _. M% Sperry 13% off H Firestone 42'. Sinclair 55% issue bonds to acquire land Brlce said that the Board of than wait any \longer on the

Cites Ohio _._.. 400 710/. !Anodyne .-.....__..._ I% 34 37,200.700 Ford RCA Motor 53 32 off 4 FlaPw 4714 Socony 88HT : Jnv Man May for development Into recreation Forestry has not been cor.suited state
off % FlaPiL !\ SouthnC 68V,
Citizens Bank 3S regarding Lea's proposal to sell Local agitation by sportsmen
Chris Craft ._... 13 : areas The bonds would be
34, Sinclair
Coas S Gas __... 33" Conn Lt & Pow ..._ 3T 32.600 500 Gen Motors 94 53% up 4 Ford 53 SprrryR 13H Head Florida backed by i tax levied on certain the Gulf llammmk! tract to the I and legislators began for the

CBS ...... l.80b 42V, Cowles Slag& Pb _-__ 11% Brunswick % up 104 FrmstDa 134 StBrand 78'4 IM. \Item of recreation equip. state and that the Board would I state In go ahead and buy Gulf
Comb Eng..__... 1.20 36 Dunn & Bradst 601. 27,900 LItER 8 off I. FreptSul 45V4 StONJ 88:% Doclopiiicnt ment. This special tax meas he the proper state agency to Hammock The Levy C 0 U nty

Comsat __.. _.. 100/ Florida Gas _.._..... lll% ACTIVE STK EXCII fruehTr IOta Swift 56% JACKSONVILLE (AP) ure Is now under attack In the handle any timber sales from I.Commission had previously endorsed
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Cone! Mills _.._ .80 21'11 Fla Nat'l Bank 64 Volume STOCKS GenDyn 34:% Texaco 87V4 -Charles W. Campbell, Jack.II courts, and the revenue It his the trtrt the purchase by the state
Cant Air!.. __ _... .40 19 Fla Tele _..._-_ 2K'r, Close Change GenE 89% Thlokol 12% sonville Insurance executive, produced has not com up to The Forestry Board presidentsaid with the condition that the county
Labs _......_ 11 103,100 New Pk Mng 7* up U GenFds 80% ICarb 123 he would hive of the
Contrl Data .._.._ 48"% Forrest will be chairman of the Florida expectations. a represen.tativs Bt a percentage pro-
Com Pdta. _._.. 1.50 52'4 Founders Life __ 7% 69400 Goldfield 1ft up H GcnMlllsGenMtrs 49 UnitAlre 63% Development Commission In' Under speculator Lea'. lease- sitting In on the State reeds<< of timber and dolomite

Delta Air .,.. ...... .... 1.80 1m Franklin Life_ .. ._ 54 67.100 47 600 Syntex Giant 58 up IK 9411 l'nFrult 17 Gov..Elect Haydon Hums' administration purchase proposal the state Recreation Committee meetln g' vales In lieu of about $30,000 annually
Del Steel _. _. .10 13 Great American __ 10Groller \ Yellow 15% up % Goodrich 584 ISStecl J14 the Jacksonville would )pay $70,000 a month rentil today, : In ad vilorem taxes on

Emerson EI ....._..... 1.00 39'4 ......___ 38% 40 ODD.500 Commun LOT Disc 2'4 unch Goodyr find 45 InivMat 14422H I Journal said today The option to purchase _Brice Is _very .much opposed the property
Gulf Life .. .___ 48 TRANSACTIONS Grey West El 454 Burns would confirm
not
Fair Camera _. .50g 2mFlnan'l or would have to be exercised after '
Purchases ,__, 3JO"85 GulfOilHonW 59', WlnnDIx 404128V4 '
Herff Jones 18H ?? the .
Fed ..._. 34'% ,deny appointment.Campbell the first year and before the Allies Sans France I
Fat Chartr _.. 1.97f 23% Home Ins -.............._ 70MKennasaw Short Sales 6 681 Woolwth 27 Is president of the ICth year
Other .
Sales n
Life 8T4 404,484 IntHarv !south central home office of Under the lease 'I
Fla E Cst. __ 12S. agreement,
Food Fair _. .90 21% Life of Fla ....... .. ,,,....,...... I% Total Sales .. ..__ 411,165PREVIOUS Set Prudential Insurance Co. He la the slate would have complete Negotiate 'l'ILF'rARIS I

.Fmc Corp ._ ....._ 1.00 61Frito V Lowes Company 2m DAY'SSTOCK Reception a native of Columbia, Ala., anda custody of the land and all resources
.... Lay _.. 38GenTete Milgo Electron ._ 10 MARKET WASHINGTON (AP) Coy. graduate of the University of except one half of the
Mori Guaranty Ins _..... 23 Advances ... .__...,.._ 421 ernors of tho 50 states will be Alabama would
...._.._. .88 36'.11 oil and gas rights I (AP) The United ;the alliance create a fleetof
Ga Paclf ._ __ l00b sm Pacific SW Air __..__n, 29'Xi Declines ....___.,. .. _..._. 153 honored at a reception on Jan. The current chairman of the The stale would lublraie States, Britain and West Germany IS: surface ships armed witha
Catty Oil _._ .lOg 25''% 'Schlitz Brew .. __ 45% Unchanged ._..._ 2811 19, the day before the Inaugura development commission whichIs back to Robinson Land and 1 pushed ahead today withirlvate total of 200 nuclear: .tipped Polaris
Secur Life & Tr _. ,.. 58 Total Issues _._...__ 1382 tlon of President Johnson and charged with
Grace Co. _._ .. 1.00b 51 ? developing Lumber Co ill rights to negotiations for letting missilesBritain ,
lie! CUrtis _.. .80 16%'Southern Nitro. > ._....... 26V4 New 196344 Highs _.21 Vice President-elect Hubert H. new Industry and tourism In the mite. and Umerock. () dOI.o-l lip an Alllod nuclear command wants to expand the

IBM ... ._..... 5.00 411'Int 'Travelers Ins _.._ 39V New 1963 64 Lows _._ 28 Humphrey state Is Wendell I ..Jarrard. would have to pay the despite France refusal to have I Idea Into an Atlantic nuclear

Min C ._.. lIla 37% IJSI- ..- 10 royalty of 10 per cent of the. any part In It. 'force and In Include pol.rlilliba

Tnt Tele ._._..... 1.00 59 AMERICAN prevailing market price: or a This move, reported by Allied 'mnrlnes, tome of Britain's own
Kellogg __.._... .80a 471t STOCK EXCHANGE -- YOUR MONEY'S WORTH minimum of 190000 a year In sources overshadowed the openIng I bombers and possibly landtssed -

Lehman Cp ... Ute 300/ Aerojet Gen _..... 23 guaranteed royalties of the annual yearcnd! mini. missiles

Litton In ". .._ _... 1.98f 7m Analex Corp __. _. 27 I If no royalties were paid, the uterlal meeting of the North Atlantic Final! control over use of the
Lone S Cm ._... 1.00 26% Aqua Chem .._ 13'4 Government Private sublease would be forfeited Treaty Organliatlnn, missiles would rest In the hands
Marsh Flit .... 1.60 SOI% Aurora Plastics ._. 25 vs Paychecks Kynes, In his opinion, said, France was left out of the of the presldi of the United
Martin M _...._ 1.00 18% Barnes Engineer 21% "Additional! material which we planning by its own choice U.S. Stales This Is one feature De:

Mca Hill _.__. Ala 38"/e Butler Shoe _.. __. 11'4 have Indicate a substantial Secretory of State Dean flunk Gaulle strongly opposes
Mead Corp ...... 1.7G 4m Chromaloy __ _,. 14'4 j stand of uncut Umber will pro. hits told Presldtnl Charles de Ministers of the 15-natlon
Merdk --:.....-.... 2.00a 45% Cinerama _. .. 4,I lly Sylvia Porter vide enough money to pay the daulle that American proposal NATO alliance met to reviewthe
Nat Air! ___. .80 64NYCentL Comouter Set! 21",1 $70000 a month rrnL"I I fer t ttilXPd-mimtrtf, nuclear stale o| the illlanre and lookIn

... .50g 47% I INla Cutter Labs A _. 18 Do you know what job has I and Johnson has quipped that able to meet their family; responsibilities The attorney general laid]fleet, or any arrongement grow detail at the posture of do

M Pow ._. ..._ 200 U' Data Control .__ 5514 been given only three pay In- one of the reasons he likes his on a federal sal. that LN' attorney Indicated tog out of that multilateral tenSe maintained by the Atlantic
Norfolk W .......... 1.00 136% Fulton Inds ...._..__. .'\ presses In the past 175 years? job Is that"the pay I II giod" I ary. that: In order for the Irate to force would be Ml open fur ulll- community.

No Nat Gas _. 1.80 sm ,Gen Develop. 41. The job of the President of But the fact I II that this salary be acceptable there must be an mate French participation In I sens, the new British
Olin Math _._. 1.20 40 Mackey Airlines ._ -. 7% the United State 1 II only four time the Dr. Waller Heller, who recently unqualified and ibsolute obligation Ruik, Britain Patrick Gor.dnn .. proposals" for an Allied nut'tear

Owens II G __.._ 2.50 102 Mead Johnson _._ 18 Do you know the difference amount that George Wishing resigned as chairman of on behalf of the stale to Walker and West Germany,yitem offered I chance for the
Pac G&c E ._ 1.00 as Pac NW Tele _._ 22'" between what the President of Ion was paid. The last time the President Council of Eco pay during the full term of the Gerhard Schroeder heduled a United SHIPS and France to

Pac LUng ._._2.40 31' Philips ElecRedwing _. t1% the U.S. earn In salary and the chief: executlvi salary nomlc Advisers, helped ralie lease without in escape or private meeting to discuss the avoid a clash Inside the NATO
Carriers ............ l"c ermlnatlon clause, nuclear command Mel .
Pac TIT .... .1.20 28% what the president of General wu hiked wu 15 years ago. ,ci .rrl1t. Itself The discus
Pan Amer A .._. 1.20 28' liC GrOUP 2 Motors in and bonus economic policy making to Kynes advised caution on theP'rI The United hates and Germany slow can take place outside theconference
R, Wla. ,,_..... ..... .It earns salary The fact I II that salaries at the highest levels ever In the '
Parke Day ....._.. 1.00 2J'! % Sperry of the stile In proceedingwith prefer the original fleet : hall among the court
ennzoll 200 42'1f! Synlex...__ sa I The difference Is. major V.S, Government o f fU US Government Heller did the_lease ..purchase cmv! de*. Under .this arrangement tries Interested
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Tampa
Pfizer _.__... .lOa 4N 'N' (640900 a President not want to quit, but he could
Tach Measur _. ._. _. 1. I year much lens than pay of U.S.
3.00 741/ not finance homes
two and
Phelps Dg
Johnson $100.000. C M 'Ipresident
TaWts.-......._.... 30"valspa get blue collar worker A new
PolaroidPub .20 17m the education of his children
John Cordon Must I
Sv E G 2.60 39\: 1 ......_.... .......:... ..- 6Mt"I'UAL 1740900 In, 1963 F.- $180900, got In study the of Labor government Dept meals salariesby thata on( his government pay Says ReapportionTo ;

Pure Oil 1.60 531. FUNDS
salary and $360000 In "other laborer's daily wage for a I Robert V. ROOM, who has
RayonlerRexall _._ 1.00 41% Affiliated Fund .. 1M compensation."
greatly reduced his
workday
....__ .SOb 561. Capital Life Ie Gr -- 3.74 Of course, $100,000 a year increased more thin 54 time Just resigned of the treasury M undersecretary made Be Legal Legislature; I

Reyn Metl __ .M 331 Divers Growth __, 10.09 I II hardly a starvation wag since George .s.ihingt o n'i enormous contributions s* the
Rich Merr __ 1.00 55 Dividend Shares __ _. 3.75 .j
time In contrast, annual congressional
defense of
the U.S.
R C Cola ...._._ 1.20 18'4 I Dreyfus ._ .. _._.._.. 20.18 ) dollar and '
pay even after sound of MIAMI (AP) Florida's next court declaims II would
management *
Roy Dutch 1.73g 4S Fidelity Capit. ..........._... 11.321 Sun Oil the January 19A5 hike our public the npmsn
PlY goes debt Rooii le Joining a famous attorney general lays LegIslature avenue of challenge: In the
Searle Gd __ .90 14 Fidelity Fund. .__. _. 1833 into effect will be about It Wall St. firm. Hit ssU will not be a legally Next Alfy. Ccn.Fnircloth court of any act which It pas*.
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Singer 2.00 IN Fidelity Trend ....._. 11.08Fund'lal
times the 1789 level. sly Inn't known but talent 06 constituted: biidy when It convene ed In the IMJ *csson.Filrcloth .
Smith Kin lIla I3l Invest 11.41 Gels
RightsTo The fact 1* hit while pay! his sort comandi up to 1100 In April unless II mppor Urges sold the lawmaker
Sou Cal Ed __ 1.05 3'm Income of Boston _._ .18 '
boost have become yearly 000 against' Ills old federal lions Itself first could meet without reappnrtlnn.Ing .
St Oil Cal 200 19% Incorporated Inc _.. $86
ritual for million of worker of $21,001. ask the to call
Democratic
Earl Filrcloth Miami
of
St Oillnd. 200b 421,1 Keystone K-Z ...... ........_ 1.17Keyltone Drill throughout our the pay Court ha. ruled\ and that I 11 Ihe special' session governor, call Ihemselvf a
generiUleit,
Sterl! Drug .__ .85 28' 3.3 .... ...._. 11.15 country Sweeping federal pay hikes attorney law Mid FilrclolhHe .
most recent Commerce into special session wall fur
salary change for told Chamber of or
Texas Uul 1.20 12'. ..... .. a :
Keystone So-4 1.J3 In recent have
TALLAHASSEE (AP) The yean virtually warned that unless lbsLt'gtalalure U S. District
Court to
eflklal luncheon he that
Textron .._ .__ 1.40 SO" Life Investors .... many government closed the salary' between Monday hoped ,I' pre.
Cabinet gap
10031 with
accepted I compromise complied the "
voted In August 19(4 was the tonne and Senate leader real- !! *_ a. reapportionment| plan.
.. I II today and agreed to allow lot first pay Increase la neardecide. !/ a private Industry and government zed the pmulbflllyfilrclolh ,

NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES 1964 I Oil Co. to drill one well every I for millions of federal" 'i comment: were directed Wilderness Area Films
I ItO in Felda Field of Hen- employes Also, under! I com.rlbUlly" .
I I Hian Low CM Net Cht dry County Instead of the usual executive position In government .law \the Laberpt. Court landmark decision that I
> and Budget Bureau
2$ Roils . 119. 1)7.71 1)126 Off .11 'M acre. I II BOW on. A first reason,I make review of must both muses of stale Legislature To Be Slum ut GuSpwavartstyelanisnal
25 ln
50 Stocki 51695 509.27 510.71 Off 4.34 ,the State Board of Conservation been elected on his own aid recommend private legislation pay kalesand If population A aerie1 of five color motionTtorn

I said I Sun! Oil requested 160 acre many of the Kennedy grout The court struck down Florida "'' of wIMemest areas In
neceeaarytokeepthi:
for II month and the landowner are leaving A second teas i scales comparable.But pay '* IX spportkmnvnt law b. United States and I bi Can-
STOCK agreed to 160 acre but ls simply that they cannot afford which govern the current Irgllative ana will be presented by the
I FLASHES wanted 12 month financially to III,. despite the nut pay I mikrap An amendment AUchua Audubon loclety tills

MA11KET The oil company agreed to Johnson may condemn those j,booed for upper echoIng: effU. which would "have written this winter.

the 12 month period and Hodges: who are unwilling to 're .1'1 I daIs, effective nisi year I nd ,law Into the state Constitution. The first film. The Right toLive. I

NEW YORK (A?) Heavy recommended IL I the glamor of gold," a* h* did!neat, UM gap at Uw trip \levels wa defeated. In the November ," o lour of hoe west coast
I
selling pressure knocked the Dr Robert Vernon, state geologist thla pant Saturday, Ho may be remains huge To offer jut one I.leftlnn. 01 Canada, will' be shown en
stork market dowa to a sharp Dew Jose* Stork Average said under the W acre angry at men who wnnt give''moire I Uliartrellon It Defense "Whether we Ilk. h or not! January 4 it the Gainesville

fc.. early this afternoon. I'reviua thy | 2nd HooTfMlndust spacing more oil companies up l-to-l hows. Saturday at retar'J McNamara we re 'heifer k b right er wrong.i.iI 'High arhnnl/ AudHwium.MaluralMl .
Key stock feD from fraction would wish to coma Into the: the country club" for fonern.buds at Ford. he would be whether we believe N to be i photf riphrr, C
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to around 3 points. $6003 I joft U2 date and more people would mint post But for many It .to earning over tU4.000. As It k. I CII er Illegal, the V S. Supreme'Iuabtlllulolkrs'-- P Lyone, of the National Au>'>
The decline wu general taking 20506 MOiu low benefit more rapidly. I strictly a matter ef not btingPark (he II
In steels motors rails U4N I 1) titii-J1rIr I I IJ He said 1(0 acre spacing al-. our IM billion i year military enelkinpk'turebe made laBrttith

chemical airlines! retail, tobacco I 302) : O torts I oiL 1.22II towed a ojukker definition of the establishment Columbia, show, the
*, electronics drug am- fold by 411ll1n,. I'TlJ/H" Of course, .. ene suggests I animal In five different life Iasesos. i iIta
I
ToM! of Africa
space issue*, electrical equipjnenl U40ot, | Volume | U".OOI Vernon reminded the Cabinet that lop government stir a b .
and other big stock II that it had the final! as, en For Sincanncc I)be paid salaries "", parable to will tipUrt \how man can i

group II, rJ off L4 and .siUlitJe off whether to continue the lacre those In private. Muetry IIanold By 3 laUhcptA manage the wild .land .to sup-i .
continued .. .
Cokt-mlning stocks i tad '. J..s. 'l'4i-1IiU
spactnf.AStjr' River BasiiTALLAHAA3E be Intolerably espraeiveand '
to advance against the general The Dow Jones \Industrial Cen. James Kysm f..! snowy should SM| be i talkIng tour of Africa wugiven plant life. Irenee ef mountain LYONS:

trend as Investors followed their average at noon w*. down 611 Uned, the Cabinet to Mwurtthat ECA') -. The prime moUvatlos for etrr bC'1' the Calnenklte T **tirasiri -:,lion, moose, caribou' and mountain ,for Uieso toW film ire now

nsnal habit seeking refuge k*. to B177 Monday the avenge the oil company be rot Suwamwe River Baua would be gowament service at the high by U, I. .Rp. D R (lBUlyMatthews )I' goat kt their ailural'hablut. 'on sale. Adult season tickets
these stocks during a don marlet. i derisively penetrated the 'uapoet05 quirtd to prove the necexuty efconUMtng turned into a recreational and level Monday night at the bi additinn.to unusual i for admkwlon. to five natural
and also because ef proposal I Park Line Cafeteria ef flower and Insert
represented by the Dec. !_ acre spacIng lesion area, wider pint announced ''d.-I' history motion picture: are |4
week that the price .1 Neverttwleu alone ..
this 1 close e< MO.Ttaduuj rather thus requiring ho landowners money Mitlhew. who reentry rot, Urn an etptrtenre and student season debuts
d gold be increased: throughout today by the Florida thy' scare qualified snea fumed from Afrk' M the,for iH who enjoy !Oil eul-of-. anII
SO TVIet! be
during today first to pray the iwreistrr ef Development Commnttan. .. may otxabwloy
the world. are ,inC10" to Matan'tjo6 club member his 1io11rsvkss. door*.
two hour brought turnover of tHere ipsKinf.Car III with the U 8. leltphnntaf Cot. llodgo.
Ma parUcnlar piece of bad.'2J2 cooperation erten. Can we afford the** of Ihe people and section which!I Attendance at these a a ttv*
Dews triggered !the farther de- nuIUoo share* canapared'. ram Bryant said he Burton of Outdoor Recreation.Ihe .to*.** 1* private wealth reallyeceming cline but analyst stressed that oftbLUmiUioefoltas5kepe.ind wanted to 1" to It* acre boI ccenmiaston world prevideUM an smpenUve fur The mw.thsg WM the clubs!of dNMervitkin. This k the,make ip Iho fuJI series. ore -Ala'bert.a
the Industrial avenge had brokM Monday. ca.e a mlstoke to snad ea ( area with ........ cafflping high g-mnxmnl senrlceTtsnl fifth anniversary, and wives third rasMi that !the teal And Ouldnnr to be ifwwB enJan.

throng* "support"1: trrHtjUHtsned Prices on-died esi h Aflvricaa 140' it CM be corrected by reTaring > ..DmIrt( and ether rerrtaUonaJ k time that private enUrstH wero mvtted to the prop*"* lor'shoe truer IM presented Ibis >>. 'northwest:' U AU*.

Dec. L Stork Exchange wiik fold more wcue to be drtJedU f.ldlltift.TIIe".4".nm. pr1Ie and govrmned ranpee the let....... A largo karthday procram ki CaineevllI. *.. ,.... 10. -Mtunurt North
The AswnaJfd ft'W" higher. a. auko a aileUke en II wiB* b an effort Is work suit a cake WM rut and fenolManrki I CeL F W, tMt chairman seal- MarcH 4 and TengulnSummer.

.f ft stock at .l'trtI.wnc'l I (Corporate and 111. |9enoxat > arm," b* Mid, "U CM oeverM dugBssed at o puhOe aweiing4snorrow setter *T tem IBM .e base lav Roberta to club prisi. Isi the Aockihoo Wildlife B>rl4. ." Aped 3. AS.sW.InpwlU .

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DEAR ABBY HAIRED UKKLD CD 61VE TO ANYTHiN6N K ilTTlNS THERE THE 8LEAMI Y NffTHIN OUT OF PEANUT WK THE BUTTER TASTE LIKE
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UNREQUITED LOVE!1NOTGlfr7ELYERYONfLsml
61RL is SURE NEXT TO HER EMM LUNCH I
Wh.t'i your .",."' Ff o (... CUTE.N IIf

: J Truth Will' Out ,rl n,Iy, writ N Abky, fox un s ,1

.....1, Hills, Cilif.. 9021%, motIncM

e Hie.*."..iuJ stomped ,*.
Van Burcn
Abigail v.top., Akby 'mw'rl .11!! ", .11.
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fer *iwr.t. y" / SADIE HAWKIMS Dtfp / TH'WOWTHOLlMYrS AwaY
would not be but I would like to try. "* IS OVER-AM M3f IS TH'BEST qOO2 W RQOL6 ElftL Eg.czEEGLE,
DEAR ABBY: I am 11 years old and I am itlll confused band's earnings easy '
and older listen there husband I can quit job If I want to. What SAVED FUM A UFETIMEO'MISERV, ONES ACOMIM'MAW W
about Santa CUui. Mom, Dad my say My says my **. NAMELY i" .rni u NAMELY OIRIS'MUSf i AM THE CXJLY CREFp
IS a Santa Claus, and the kids it ichool say there Isn't should I do? MARRIAGE "r Cz 714'DAY gV'RYONE'S BROOKLYN WHO NEVER
any. Mom laid, "Call up Santa and talk to him." So 1 call TORN .. HAPPY!! GOT NO CHRISTMAS PRESENTT
him up at Sean' service number and all I get la tome stupid DEAR TORN: Quit your Job and devote yourself to being aI
recording which says, "This Is Santa Clam up In the a full time wife. A dissatisfied wife is a greater threat to a 3a Sa rL

North Pole, ho ho ho." He doesn't let me get a word In marriage than a tight budget. .
edgewise. How can a great big lat guy get his stomach
through a chimney And bow can he sled to Florida when DEAR ABBY: Our son, a college sophomore, was drivingone
there's no snow there In Omaha there's a Santa In every night when ha was side-swiped by a truck and a horrible I *
store. I Just got through telling a short, fat Santa In Brandies accident resulted. His date (a college freshman) was
what I wanted, and when I walked outside I saw a badly Injured. They still don't know how much plastic surgery sIF
tall, thin Santa ringing a bell for the Salvation Army. will be required to restore her face to a presentable
How about this? appearance. Fortunately our son escaped with lesser Injuries
CONFUSED ABOUT SANTA from which he will recover In time, but they are both still

hospitalized. Naturally we are sick over this and are assuming ---A FIST !! GIT YORE DUDS ON!: YE iN515T.
DEAR CONFUSED: Climb upon your diner's knee Sonny all the bills. Her parents said to us, "Now that your ,,,e :I VWOULDNY/VMSSTHAT i HONENPOTE
Boy and ask him to level with )'011. You're old enough to son has disfigured our daughter for life, the least he can w AUNT LOWEE2V TO TH' SCHOOLMEETIN'TONIGHTSHE'S AlNt'60IN' FIGHT? FREE-FER-ALL PER NOTHIN' E
know. do !Is marry her I"
They had been dating, but not steady. And we know that 1- AFEERED IT'LL END UP j r.
I DEAR ABBY: I am 18 and have been married for 7 our son had no thoughts of marrying this girl or anyone IN A BARE-KNUCKLE .
months. My husband and I get along very well and I like else. (He's only 19)). We are afraid these parents will try FIST I ,
being married, but here la the problem: to convince our son that he has a moral obligation to marry
I I work for the telephone company and the pay Is very their daughter. He la a sensitive emotional young man. How

good, but with my hours I hardly ever get to see my should this be handled -.
I husband and I stay dissatisfied with myself all the time. HIS PARENTS -
;1 I can't get on a different shift because I don't have any DEAR PARENTS: Let your son know that be might be FIGHT-
I seniority. My mother says that while I still have no childrenI approached with this suggestion and explain that for him
should work and save all the money I can. I would to marry the girl solely out of a feeling of obligation or (,
rather stay home and be a housewife. Living on my hus guilt would be I terrible mistake. I Ix-In

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Dear folks: I during the holidays, sorrowhas ever the years, when must be kept fined. If your >c NG9 LiA A
Guess who's sneaking up onUsT come to many families for!shopping for our tree, la te tree Is exceptionally dry It will :] wuexe eAase tom Ixayt sA1rE,
DO YCIJ TAI 5'IT HASNT n E
Just this reason. Don't let It take our stand along with us. drink water like mad yr
LEAs 4 A f
01' Saint Nlckl happen to you. Usually the fellow who la selling The best way I have found 1CVTOCA
And he'll be coming down After you find a good green the trees will cut those bot- to protect floors and carpets Is < DO TrL1T ..
the chimney sooner thin you tree and take It home, always tom branches off so the tree to put a piece of heavy plastic C usGaRW
think so before you buy put it In a pall of water. Be will fit your stand. This saves on the carpet first then cover ,
your tree, here are a few cautions sure that the base Is In at leant a lot of trouble when you get It with newspapers This can]:]
: six Inches of water. Some people home. Ever tried to find that always be covered with a
Don't be In a hurry when put sugar or a tree preservative saw around Christmas time sheet And If you cover It with I
you make this purchase. Don'tbuy In the water If you CAUTIONS cotton, be sure It Is flame :.:;
a Christmas tree If the use sugar In the water uw Never put old lights, or even proof. Then stand your tree on : ;
branches are dud looking! about one-fourth cup to a pall a new string of lights, on your I this.And. -- t: ,3 :
Always look for a fresh tree.,of water tree without testing them first I mother fonl decorate ="1m.
You Cia test this by seeing After you put the tree la the The way to do this Is to plug In that Christmas tree atone Wait
If the needles are brittle. Run' pall of water, take your garden -one set of rights at a time, and until all of the family are
your hand up and dawn a hose and sprinkle the then wiggle" them not once home some night, and pop a r CIYVE.vole TELL 2 M
branch, and If any needles falloff branches: with a light, ( Ine or twice, but umpteen times :big batch of popcorn Cover I:.* MY CIrCE..TOEREb Cats f 1040.1 3 erosOO L IS.. TO vcs Nor lrWb I'M l I
beware: Not only will the, ipray. Remember that tree and If you see any of them your floor with newspapers tol, THKTY owE r( MX t0 TKM: ANO NiEMrs LIAR!! TRilsrg x011
tree perhaps not last during the has probably been cut quite awhile dicker, then you bane a shortsome protect It (better to roll up ai;. eIST es TOE ucwev4' THE TRtrTU! I N
holidays, but It can also be a and you want as much place. Do not put this batch of newspapers than t 01 .
terrible fire !hazard. moisture as possible to be absorbed wt of lights on your tree until clean the floor), lay out an of
' Another way to test the tree I back Into the needles that short Is repaired properly your decorations on the paper!, 11 fl
I Is to pick It up In your hands, Naturally don't do this If It's This advice la worth Its weight and decorate the tree together I) 2
f: and bang the base of the tree' teeming or snowing! in gold :If you dont like It. and It's :
on something hard such as apiece Leave It outside overnight to Be sure to protect your floor, not perfect you can changeIt '
of concrete or wood etc! drain and absorb some of this and carpets In case the tree the next day. Just remember ,
"f u If you see needles tumbling I moisture. If at all po alb i I., branches drip sap, or the eon- this is one time whea'..
\ down put it back In the pile' leave It where the dew can fall tamer teaks, or Johnny spills communion with your family:
and go look for another one. I m It. This will help rejuvenated the water when he refills It Is at Its top.
Never bring a dead or dying furtler. Torn day to day And rnnem Lets an ,enjoy K. /
tree into your home. Each year And the best lesson we have! Her that container of water Love, Ilrioi Ml 1


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i CHRISTMAS I WASHINGTON (AP> Organized !week since 1962, are the classic:![effective and, In 1966, a third tesui1fu' ,
r labor, so far unsuccessful 'example. 1 1 ten-minute segment Is cut off, '
< A Mystery In persuading Congress to Rather than slashing several']{reducing the present 40-hours I I'O\ES: : IEiiulISE

cut the 40-hour work week Is hours from the work week in week to J74 hours by July I, .. .
LONDON AP the battle for ( -
( ) Twenty quietly winning 'one chop the typical contract While noting considerable sue- '
tYNE years ago today Glenn Miller shorter hours at the bargainingtable.
in took off In a single-engine planefor nicks off a few minutes at a cess at the bargaining table .the!if --- .

#I France and vanished. 'time, like this one between the f AFL-CIO\ Is not giving up its attempt
Contracts covering eight mil. Chemical: Workers and Bur- 'to write a >>-00111' week I
The disappearance of the gift lion workers IS per cent of all GIVE A HARDOFHEARINGFRIEND
roughs, Welcome Co In Tuck- Into the fair tabor StandardsAct
ed American bandleader and wage and salary'employes -
trombonist remains as deep a provide for less than 40 hours, shoe N.Y.: which covers some 29 mil-
""Each workday is reduced, lion Americans. A REAL
mystery now as it was on Dec. the AFL-CIO reports.
IS, 194 'effective at once, by ten If anything, the labor organl-\
never before. .'such I What's more said an article mi n tes. A year hence, another ration will step up its efforts In "GIFT OF HEARING"
One of the last persons to see in the labor organization's publication ten-minute reduction becomes the new Congress in January :
magnificent sound from (Miller: was Jack Hylton, the the American Federa- ----- -
I a I British impresario and former tlonist, with fare exceptions, This In the Bt.I'I01thoit a
:bandleader the shorter work week was friend or rehthe will I 11IIIII, I
STEREO PORTABLEuses achieved without resort to Wrap truly appiecUte a Sat inn I I
up your
I "It was a quiet night for Lon strikes." .
:don," recalls. "Piccadil Gift mvtn all newZrnllh
Hylton 10 3 I r Kfi
Space-Ago )!1S_ ,;I ly was almost deserted. The While not so dramatic as the' shopping Karl.e\el Hearing Aid. I CJ1ro ... n | :
6 Solid State Circuitry i ... If) l'}1. :,Germans had oddly laid off for proposed blanket cut by federal holiday Fill in the atutltnl "Gift 0 =
1 .-..NO TUBES! :a while with their V-ls. I law, the contract-by-contract' Certificate* and bring It I 'I Mvi
(I
: I I "..d been having a little late progress in reducing hours adds to ua.(Or has them come :H

w .i.iMod.r party at my flat, and Glenn was up to some surprising totals. ...with an HFCShopper's I in with It) This savingscan I h l & \
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one of the boys -mostly musicians For Instance, the article said, be redeemed any :'t ..
who'd dropped by." 'among' office[ employes one- Loan a, time before New Years. :..: In* I

I Miller) -then leading the third are on schedules shorter r Tale a minute NOW to I .
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e.Yel' (Hit with I
ev.ry.n..0 yur ::I:
concert orchestra of the supreme than 40 hours. In the printing t friend better
glue a hearI E
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... Allied forces and broad- trades, 98 cent of all work- n HFC th.pp.f'i LMK.nywhtr Ihlll I irl
5 t l- ., tf t per bug for YEARS I oJ" I
with c.-.I justwheny.uhawaeharaeaeeont. c
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i kSCOUCH'S
casting from London to the ers are on standard work weeks .
the last under 40 hours. So are 17 r _
to percent
troops -was man '
';;' / .HII''I.! t ,
of the ladies' garment Avid M| January Milt play Ic .
leave the party workers and 85 cent of .n*.nl.ntly. ..".. .*ntVV '
"I walked outside the flat with per t !
brewery workers. dmitly frwn HFC.
him," said Hylton. "He looked I II
up In the cold night sky, and Unions are, winning shorter v N "I..' N : 'I I 60S N. MAIN ST.HEARINO .
said ''Well Jack It'll soon be work weeks in construction, Borrow up te $600 AIDS I
over now' I'm sure he was re- manufacturing, retail and Take up te 24 months to repay GAIHESVILLIFRESH

. ferring to the war" wholesale trade, finance, Insurance I ZENITH HEARING AID BATTERIES
.. ..... ... .,
I lie[ and Miller shook hands and real estate the service Am .wl '1 III ".w. n k> ni |reu* rates I
''and said goodby at about 2 Industries and In slate and local i: FOR MOST HEARING AIDS .

only 13990 i a.m, A few hours later and Miller governments," it said. HOUSEHOLD FINANC ,I
was gone I II I The report was based largely ,]aiW / If You Hor A Hearing Problem See A Doctor
1P243. In choice ef I
your I Miller then 33, headed fur! on Labor Department figures. I
tour beautiful colors: Frost White First Then Test A Zenith Hooting Aid
Try
) I Honey Beige, Pearl Gray or Black Paris with a pilot to arrange a Some contracts lower 107 W University Ave., 2nd Floor ,
\ broadcast for his 68-plece band. go even PHONE FRanklin 6-4324
for 10
I than/ Ij Days.
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SUCH VAST IMPROVEMENT. THE RE-CREATION ,took off from an airport near I I _
j OF MUSIC .YOU MUST HEAR IT TO BELIEVE ITS London in a slight fog. last WB M.
cone-it
M tUWIWMWKHjMol-Hi8lll a.'coo,ant)tit none lOTTltt ra tees tot on sauna MO MTIlllWtt.MMKflWT.so elsta sr ,
t The solid state components guaranteed 5 years) pro Miller's disappearance was '1" *'**,M W e r ;3I4Uvoi'Wkam i r* 1. .r?! ,ewt ,; \ k. *. I
- I Vide ten times the efficiency of comparable tube sets not reported until 12 days later i n .ti I # ." !
no damaging chassis heat-no trouble, Closed, It A terse communique said an a M 4Qa : M1 !
Nj T
; looks like beautiful slim fine luggage. Opened, It brings intense search over the (lane's t ... f+ ..
world of intended 16-mlle route had + r i'a tktSt t.'t t' w tq .r
you a new thrilling music Powerful l stereo y n (x w r
0 .
amplifier, four speakers-6 x 9' oval plus 3' In each I yielded no clues i v l e. wV '
stereo channel. And, tho fabulous Mlcronutlc Player "Lost," said the communique, 1'. r yV II( I lets your records last lifetime 'presumed dead.' ttt+M6tiA y1H a ;Sit 4 e-9 9 I.a, cIo t l,; / r tiid, e+' {
I Waters of the English Channel)

Only!!! from Miinafoi-becsui tile txcluifreRuiroiiutw ,were searched but no wreckage) 1k t t.Or
Record Player' btnnbej ditccrniblo was found. 4
II record and stylui cu-tb DIMM Stylus lefurutcid I Miller's disappearance fostered -| + ttc .

10 years rumors which still clr-l w t Ti r t n
culate.
LNJOV ,it NOW Iom. in md choose fiom IUI wid. These ranged from the belief .{.,
c lion of M.19n"VOJ ,console md PortabUlonk ill'", that the Germans shot down his
pn'; >t.irl 11 only' that he __ > '
the
to theory
$6990 plane / i 1r
I a
70.1wR I crashed in France and, an am- M / / Tye ; ikr w.
nesia victim, died later, unrec '
Financing Available -Open Evenings 'til 9 p.m. ognized..

I "I certainly don't know what t I
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I happened to him" says Hylton,
TECH TV "but on that night he did keep
i saying that he wanted to get
t near the fighting and that /he

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I ; Effect of Tax Reassessment on HomeOwners CLASSIFICATIONINDEX I1NiM 'f : ,!P



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: Told Exchangites by Smith ANNOUNCIMINTJterdge ACROSS 0 Co_ _L. L_. .

Pronoun SO. Tura tight H 0_"T._ _RAM_

5 Ia --I. Indochina: ll SI.Verbal end-! .i ., M. ow !.
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Small homeowners would pay homes which, although sold would be shifted to residential' He said he does not know eot & ,Pound rqlo. SJ IngaJurpaw CM, place I" !. L ._A_N

I more, and larger homeowners for $10,000 or more, are completely property worth more than,what level assessments will 4 P rionell'"d tervtcooipociol 11.Guido'l S3. Number I M U '( A 1< .

I might pay less when reassessment exempt at present under $5,000, but which at present reach. .I TroopS Islannslps ffntltiiPlerWo lndDolt U.Uquld U I. IllRBclge L t T

I Is finished for the 1963 fiscal the $3,000 homestead ex pays no taxes. However, homes now assessed P meSas's I .I t4 AD'" .

year, Tax Assessor Pierce emption. at $2,500 are likely to be 5 saw litter' ClOd Cero 13.: HaaIcn. 33. Hobbub 3 ._0_ _L !_. ,
Smith said that his 36.Hatucs
Smith told the Gainesville! Exchange reassessment reassessed at $5,000 nearer f Plocw T.Ga.AndTnmgo H.lap. JUllar trrlii! 1 S 100R I _D _S
Non home properties would 16. rpairbom
program Is designed to their To 555
Club Monday. true value. 17.Crumb' 3$ PnsttroOtd

Smith said it Is too soon to benefit most, since these do not carry out a 1963 law, settingup Home owners who now pay 1$:At a dl.41.: Mclicvul SOLUTION O' YISTIIDAY'I puma

tell what assessment or mlllage enjoy the homestead exemp "just value" property assessment Just a little are likely to pay lance money DOWN 4. Decor: tlo.

levels will be In 1965, but they i tion. Part of the tax burden for tax purposes. more. Expensive homes will AUTOMOTIVIMAVplong 20. Owa 43. hah.wittrmuucl 1. FMieuei 7. Son of III
I lolrtlenteleMTrvdu 22. Eutma 1111. 2. Period of .. Scorch
definitely will be higher. -- stand about the same or pay for (..10TfTrvdu 23. Dthocg 44. Twilight UmoS.WilhdrkWil 9. Manner

The tax assessor, in illustratIng a little less Smith said. WontedW 23.: P loaf 4L: Lever 10.: Carnal

his remarks and replyingto I Tr...... A Truck ....... 25. Uoin4eEont 46. Check- 4.Thai lot 15. Choler i

questions may, indicated be nearly home dou-assessments I SEE by Plan Gemini H Troller PentottNMotorcyclw k. SeootonM ::18. Mar' 7 U.-Adaal. 5. Hoaot caiil. 19.16. Fltt nasdlsr about


level possiblynear Automabll ItepelrtH 1 1i0lf IS 17 l' I' I' 2O.Coaufidencsi
ble this year's Automobile for OIlS. r :

90 per cent of the selling Shot Jan. 5 M Foreign I, Sports Cm ;i IT / IS- comm1&S.

price. the SUNPOLICE 17 Subs. wontedIDUCATIOrUl SOP

."At the same time that assessments I.e CAPE KENNEDY (AP) I'f IS. (I' 2:1.: livIng .'

raised the millage Space Agency officials will try 23.Mrow
were ,g- ,
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level would be reduced In pro- FIRE REPORT I GENERAL HOSPITAL again Jan. 5 to launch an unmanned : p01.00 '

example if the assessment project Gemini capsuleinto W schools ft Itutructlon 1. II W''., VlJ If 2 rllUret .
Accident December
For Roundup 14 1964
portion. doubled suborbital I* Music OenclngM V/ : : // JUb.auds
test
: level were Involved In accidents reported BIRTHS: fUghLThe Waot.d.InotocttsssEMPLOYMENT. 1S 'h I' I.t 27.()yerlOOkl

operation of a legal formula by the Gainesville Police Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Har. test was rescheduled ')rI .29.Monad '

would cut the millage level I Department and the Alachua ling Jr., Rt 1 Box 17B, Mlc-Monday. The final unmanned II Pomelo HoIJ Wonted ii/ It afud

J about In half. County Sheriff's Departm e n t anopy, Fla, a boy: Mr. and night was scrubbed last week II Vole Help WontedU 11 34D10.51

The main effect of reasses.'during the past 24 hours were: Mrs. John F, Welch, 3741 SE when after the engines had Help-Mole or PomeloM J7-Ui--- 36. ;

p ment Is to bring onto tax rolls Norma S. Johns, Hawthorneand 17th Ave, a girl; Mr. and been fired, an electronic troubleshooter lelee' Help Wonted] F Jf ; IS anaL

DI.IITMINT. INTIII. William 1. OBrlen Hawthorne Mrs. James "Hudson U Work! Wonted. Pomelo Eat.
1011 NE
TIII.'UII't o. _.t cut them off when a ; nd
IVICU U work Wonted. 303 f' .,
"2."1.".ItIVINUI.. .fl. .,ictrs SaIIoflaI CI5 0.\.01.1.II.. at 3:34 p.m. Monday at 20th Ave, a boy Mr. and Mrs. defect developed.The Molt S9.Nevor. Cer.
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".'" Addl" l'". PIV" Dol.I. NW 13th SI and 23rd Blvd. Clyde Hargrove, 313 NW Oth .1 : fJ 4. 10.20J
T.r..H"nd'
54101 U. I. ell'-' Tom B. Pierson Jr. 530 NE Ave. a girl fully) instrumented cap
($35300) I. FARMS tV LIVESTOCK -
I." sI ,,cuP of .,U, d.t.d AII4III" sule is to be fired over a sub- I' 4 : 41.Moralng
Chock Pint PUft0". ...nkof 3rd St. and William S. Lls- ADMITTED: J i"
III M Perm
11111 Shipmentr .
1105 -------5'--
21. 0.1".111.$ P01b11 10 I'l of Il50I D.' 0MCMUI10U combe, 801 NW 21st Ave., at Alice I. Rountree, Mrs. JoneF. orbital course which will generate Peed A PertliHor M N.watw.I '5-1r 43.Yos soil

m.. .n' .d'n'A. Tty Doltfl PlId $lxV-, 1:20: p.m. Monday at NW 13th Welch, Edna Knight Vivian searing heat to test both the Llvoitock 4 luppileoLondKoalnf Por; tws22 mIs. in.

Th_ C..Alath".. t,2U31 eoun"1ft e.ln.PoUldi.InnI for St. and 18th Ave. C. Kelley, Wayne D. spacecraft and Tltan-2 boosterfor II Tap MMPoti

lIt.ad 0101011011 In of 20 U.I.C.. Ioc"In slid 7302.p1001pyy Any Shirley A. RIcard, 1470 SE Clance, Dolly D. Watson, Anne manned flight ft lupello.

I p.tln0 m.t.ImIflI.11.' a.n"titian Int..t lor r.miIIIUnSI 24th Place and t dog owned by Jolley, Joyce Lawson, Geraldine -I Astronauts Virgil Grlssom and SI llveitock W5IlSd.FINANCIAL .

ml"g.1on 10110Sf. of _p 1250.01''Iur.. COl'It tli.cl.m 0.04 S. Robert S. Cook, 1904 W. University F. Tatham, all of John. Young are slated to ride
.nd
wit" lit. py4sIi5fld Ott .r...bIIOS Doe.20f Ave, at 12:45 p.m. Monday Gainesville; Leonard C. Griffin the Gemini capsule Into earth
,2040 .11" "'" "prOOSItO orbit II FEMALE HELP WANTID 21 Llvsdsek SappliaeAT'TLtdTION
will' H 1o.lIad 3' Ottd .1........ of accordto OuPIre'- In the 1900 block of W. University Bronson; Carle Penny Ar- perhaps In April. M luilnete Oepertimltko

.... law. MIrvin H. DuM. Ave.Tommy cher S. a 7 Money t* LoellaMortgegol CAnLIMIN
Betsy Boneslo Lulu
Tobacco ; NOTICe
led OP IALI
0 Citarlia. *100010 ; MERRY CHRISTMAS Stretch' hen, too frolne' to tho
1010?
Ths Division, U. I. Ccc.t1701111 cdp.t Thomas, 2301 SE 12th Fla; Jennifer B. Harling, Mlc- 104111.5 ll hereby given met pursuant 1 THEREIS ;limit by mixing grolno with CPA
JKk.IlIt to me Pliwl Decree ef "....10111.. in ,. ,
0111" IIIlIellnto "Io"i ff Money W.rtpdMIRCHANDISE. lo _nod with tug tine commie.Chrlilmee M% T Sand sifts" tuooloment. -
St. and Frances H. Smith 3200 Richard A. Sole entered In me '
.. anopy; Jones Ala COUH perntingk II.' .. you sam dorms 0 hi molt econemlcel eeurce ot
|MM) 11 h' SE 24th Place, at 11:40 a.m. chua; Gerald W. Wight, SantaFe me County Circuit. Florid.Court, In Chencery In end for Cow Aiechui Deck ..._. Wrlto Avon. protein.PMX, .
elnetvllle
IALa Alechuo
'OUCLOIUU P 9. In on. Oeineevllle Pie. or' or
iiTiST 0. in the 100 block of NW et Ne. llC the underiigned Clerk' will -
Clillt 0' CIRCUIT COURT Monday ; Hubert E. Robbins Palat- ell the kill PR 1lfnhEOPERIINCOO 114 NW ICttl It
I' OIVIH ,tat itt.J property niuete In .oola county OT-leM oil,ties
NOTICI II HIIIII't CI.rIC ..0ttrs Sth Ave. ka. oMcrlbed ... el wonted .. lay
tlOdstinIflSdc, I .. CanniClc Lot II. (II. Pernweoe Man.S SubdivIsion typllt office men.eger .
Court of Aliciwl' CntV Floyd E. Barton Archer and DISCHARGED: M Mocltlnery 4 Took lONTSeVSUPPLIUwill
Circuit .. D.. ee recorded: In Offlclel' Ret for "profeielgnol office Reply
"10'"'' will 50 05 lit" day 110011. SIsIll. Leonard C. Glssiner. lot NE erdi look H it INO. >M, ef th, M lulldlng Miterleb' with "" .IIIIe.II... end refer.ontoi .
COmbs, "640 *,r105' top mat to Cmwthou20 Nellie B. Harrell Weal e y unite .ocord of Alechu County II ttouid Onido to Ron 454-A Oelnetvlllglull I'OODLI .......
at 1101 main dm1 Of 5th St at 9:01: a.m. Monday at Florida, ,
Cm.nty. In IS City Bailey, Sr., Llllle Mae Williams I- I cods old now
sI M.cltlia' ALSO 41 Antlauoo
05 ,Ft"s.: ; SW ItO Ave.'and 10th St. and baby boy, Jacquelin ever ell'hooting Sag ,ttiem cocking electric, refrlgorotlng w.ter end 44 Mlec. Per .... WANTIO Heir bteutv Styling oporotoro, II MR ,,let Ivolyne II.- Cell moke. otter kweiy 4 P.M Chrltlmee. PR -HHWIIMAP.ANIR silt).

A lot.od;rrr::: Maxie L. Rain, 920 NW 2nd Drlggers, Nell Roebuck and log lighting, one,] plumbing power lyitemi, venlllitlng, mocMnee, Irrlgol, OBptloncoi .: U Trading Pool WORTHWHILE -Phone FP. .-.3104U ....... AKC roe.,

p10111 prcvarlY .11".1" In AlSc5luaCoclilty. St. and Edgar A. Pope, Rt 4, tlnturel one epwrnnencoiwhich o. Putt on ft Wood for Hold, and bench I me lei
girl Mole W.lsd"Earn
baby Marjorie Help
Voyles ,
'torlo. ls.witc ._tlM oc". Phone PR .::1477.I .
I South" by SID in the 1700 now pertoln to, or ore uuwwllh 71 loafs, Merino Sojult''
and at 1:57
North ; Monday
ann
A Rail 10. and GO Walt 1ft .... .octhccsit CO" : Annie Mae Jones, Carol Fohl ", ,In, or on Mid. "..,.... 'IncaS0inAngstrvg n Com* Hunt > FMOfflco While You Learn" I '10 hue.MO. OLD Moncheoler e"I"...
block of NW 1st Ave. ing! mole Puppy Nice
wrt the: followl' '' ducribSd eleke Ml pro4O-'.oI and baby boy Angela Arias ..,..! Meet Syitem, It IqulpmentnMutlcel C,..... ere itortlno on Jen. 4 IsO'uIlip I ? 'Za. IW "* Sri pet Avo.I for.
!, fyi Wool beginning of the Northeeet et 0 Corner ef the Berry DrIggers, Rt f, and a and baby girl Jane Chlcco and Model I 71I.0..to. GaO lorlol, a. M.rclia.dislREAL eute body for euro repaIr mechenlcl men Time end I
South Hall (in) of me ...-.., euer- school light at 7:sa a.m. Monday baby Delores D. Ellis Maur One.G.John..,, Wood Mot ,Woter Hooter Model cleien ere iponiored by Men I Wiim end Ihotlend PONIiJ. Slog'
I .., (IW'.) of lection 30 tw'T'ffi'J' Set Model VU-Me2o-A4. power Development reining Pro up. Gentle loddlo HOKSI HOC
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\ I ::: In the ''i 3800 block of W. een Tate and baby boy Dorothy -On* Kongo Woollnghouie, Model KTI w-em ot no coil to .I o.eglitorod Mole CHIHUAHUA'
aftT4Twrw.KS: 30X) W t electric, : _
; University Ave. (erlo< CI7I73I. ESTATE FOR SALI In moot com will. alps :! Cell' PR 4.501.
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yore. tnence North 4J yereito McBride, George L. One lath and Kitchen S>heutt, Pen" bo paId the tr.lnlng' ellowoncetervlce I
et oubllo Mlo mo a Mobile Homei for SaIl BIRO DOG PLIPPIES'S
I": Point el iMlmlnt. "Ml land Emmltt B. O'SteenTrenton to blghoit one! belt 'or 'u'lhOr Inlsnonallon contort
I I : Stearns. bidder fer cods between the win. oleleven .....
I in the ioumee.1 101101 a Loll for teleMWetertront tllo 1o,1d. Stoop Imploytiostt IInnt blood hIn.a. Rusotp.
,\ m tying.I louthweit orOll.-iKllon M and Kina C. Crawford. Archer 1100 o'clock Kl the forenoon .n* two PrtcsIyIlHcusa.fsrfain 413' IW sod AvoNIOHT .01.. pIt 441-1702.

-Township" > South, Rengo It toilgwwent 'at 7.41: a.m. Monday at SW 4th 150" bids will, \O.n.cslvnd In II.,. City of'clock December In me eftomom A D. IM*en et rhe the JJrd Proof day READINGIN WANTID .....,....... CMI 10' OIlMAN .HI'HIIID, 00CC. Oral,
to the Plnel' Decree of Porecieiuro 3rd St.Fire Hell Hewttwne, Plormo ol \\M A."' Doer ef the AlecAuo' County Court HOUM snisi,.. work. APIII" II T NO ad. Fim.it' I year s14. 11...,.,.
In Ave. and ,
,I entire I In 5.055. pending 'M the J"'" .., ef December. MM tar In Bolnnvllle, Plorldet MCeltegM lor leloV Yooring 01 Creit CrooII C r '011. Cell mini bet*,,,, 4 and
told Court the etylo' which )le Plorldo Cafe the aomelltlen. or romov.l, tH kuilelnnnd I. CAP.MICHAII, Reel I..... IxchongedN -of _::1441. 7 '.M.
In"....... ,.... o Plorlde eoporeltan,
knerovomen.
elder tectlotl tMMO.
Plilntlff .. Pitiy Cohen, g widow, Do- At 1:11: p.m. Monday a ,,1904 In Alickue County off Thooe buildIngs (COU lIT Clork slAt of III.I Circuit Court host. lltete WenHd .... .. SlaiN Attendenl, ENGLISH SHEPHERD
\ tortdont end the docket number ol which I ere "kK.ix on. the rieM. H way el u IMl lyi lino Tuten 10 Out of Town. Property ooo, U-44. Aptly" to meneger. "' .piee tar pete welch end olods.
\ 'II 1220.WITNISO. Hooded heater at cia NW 27th. between lolond, Orove and the north DIV Clerk, dO uelneu ,,.,.,.* leiiorn Oil notion. Alecliuo, P0 HOJJ.AlINIATtJlI. .
hand end the fllici.isaal ....._... 'orld.
my Ter. No damage. City tlmin M Oani.I Thomollie..." .
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of slid Court, Ml Ith iey on No bid will U comideree: vnlow It It Attomeve lor PlemtlftMM 41 Reeldentlol 1 Income TUCTOII ULIOMAtSPtnnanmnt "KC 01 pupyi.u
I D..H', 1154.j At 12:II a.m. Tuesday, a nominee: en mo official ........1 term AtlantIS lenk lulldlnf 41 Farms ft Acroego .pooitlon IIIOWN.r.g. Wsrwod wkL aid A ."'lock.,. 1114 A

.11 I. CAIIMICHA.L COURT, house fire at. 1002 SE 1st St providoe: ey Die Itete Sold Oopertmenttuch .. Jeckierwlllo X Plerldo. 41 Colored Properly Seleo .L.ORIDA MOTOII S IQUI. CO. ..."". Hold Ill Xmai. 37. \
ChIC CIRCUIT' preooMl' torrne and ,Ittenmallosg.rdht r. 'I3MO 11'II Ion .. M.in It _m40 oiLCHI1SIAIAO
(COURT ._..., n ., No fills CoU for lids knpoctlon
MOO injuries. or
Sos SwIll W........... Damages of the kuildliKi mey be oot.lnod" from ''N THI COUIIT 0' TIll COUNTY WATCMMAKIR Moot workingceMitlonei ...... puppla.. ., S wAS
-NOTICo1 TO ... JUDO'. AL"CHU" COUNY "' mUll bo eiperioncodend 514 Igagap 'Is ....
Deputy Clark OP INTiKTION C. I.. WII. DistrIct Chief Plorlde "O* mm 1 yr.
HoMe do II Porte, Whlghem ft .11T11t PlCTITIOUI bAItS Stete land Ceeertrmnl. (.55. City Fler IN 'IIOIA1. RINTAU THE' "... Pie, 11_... Mr. Tucbor. > P501,15. Jamlg' K....,.. KIll
aoniolelAttorney' Pursuant to iKtlwi Ml,0*. Plorlde .,... Idelecn. 'In ret I tI... of .>l Colored Property Rentilt" Jewelry D.", J. _M Plaids Olono Height II'. | |w 110
for PlelnllffMM uteo notice I le Hereby given that theundvilgned eld mini ... eccompenlotf' by FILMY TAYLOR POD 44 Cottegoe for Kent DRIVE-IN GROCERY Phone 41:10'51.CiUIIMN : .
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Modleen llrMl : (vert 1. Phllllpe atdo ce.....'. chock er ether nonconceiiobieirnlrumont D. _. IHCPHIP.D .
I Tempo, Plorlde Sarah J. Phllllpo doing, ....1.... under in en emount. equel' te 1'00.00 To All Cradltort end ,.""" ,. HonIng .41 PurnlMiod, AptiddUnlurnlsltsd ; : MANAGER TRAINEES Mi. old.' AKC r.gslit oupplee,feed t 2
131411 I5I5' Ine firm Pants .. Howl' Air Service. POIM lor loch Item eft POUt ...".. ., N..... Clolmt' or Oemendt Agolntl, lold litele: Apte' WANTED end keep till )1m... Mlconopy
m County, TIMl aepmlt M ....t.. met the You end eoch of you ere hereby ..II. Mole II t* M for meneger, trilneopoelllone
0 464-5300 oiler I >> _..
: or woe
\ : -II't.: oc.::: Hod 47Houm for Rent o Pum.ol .
I lorWi: Intend flcllllouim bldd.r, II ........11/I. will Inter lola a end required to "proHflt Soy clelmiend wllh: lock01'.11'
undo Itio provisions et tie etoroiitf ..,lItan cmtrad In kIno with It'. domoMo whlcK you or olmer elyou. HweM tar Kent o tntum.it SUN "'....... ,.Id vocetlon end om> xMAS PUPPIII "_, to ... 4
'I Itetute.Oeted tin.,. of Me erapoiel, Oopoolte eubmlt mey hove ogelnit' the Mleto ot Potmy Coons for Rent or (ring, benetlte when 91101111.ed. Xmee. White, Illver and Aprtcof I
... .. O.lnelvllli Plorldl, Mill 7 .... by unuiaeiiful' bidden will be re.Immedlotoly Teyler Ford deceeiod., lelo of told Prefer merrlod. men. lull toy -.. AKC reg. Phono at.iOTTINI .
ioucaNb lay of D.... A.D IW4.I turned following,. ...termln.II. County to me County Judge of Aloc"". 'to Mobile HomeoII time employment, only' ItertlngMIorlM 114
; J. 'HILllPl"; *fler.h .. of succafui" biddIng.Ti County, ,tar...., et die office In tni MIK RenloUI1A fer ......1..... eieltt.ont .
; i. PAIIIlpoIJM4) ,. D...,_' rSs.nvps .... right Ie court hem ef told County ot Oelnol- menogere tw o woek, end toroioorlonced POR CH IITMA" t .I..i
( ) 'II'I, II 71. 25OI.d rolocl any It ill bide end te mali' vllle. Plorlde.. withIn' all colendoimonmi Wonted T. RentMloordoro menegiro 1115 M per Mlmolovenfc | Mock pert Per
from me time of the tint .. *01111IIOlIicetDofb net. Contact Mr. eono, Iovu..
.... tocKnleol error ee may be doomed bill tubllcellon lulundeo broken reeeonobly 0
j '... ..... fur the .'....I et the IteteTONIGHTII of thle notice. loch claim or IpeceMluitneu JIlbOfti'S MI.It' M.", ... 1:131: priced Inqglrloe Invited. ,..... LAO I
",, O'IIiTIU, MANAOI"INT S001000P domend tnoll bo HI writing, end ehelliteto WANT H* PIth Ave. m ,,_ 31..OJ.

'" l..adanttstta AOVIIITlIING hANdS me eddrote elece of ef reildonco 1 end oralorllco RentoloSIRVICI WANTIO IXPlliTiliiciD-TVtexnnklon 11 ILACK Fodi., .. ann, Into I
the
clolmenl' ,
end shill
III.hI 01 Oioisin'
rJi.,1 Wqt with.
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'lOIlIOA ,hO twom to by the claimant (ill mull hove enoorlencoOolnoivlllo yoon. Prfro Is I'll
egenl
IUTI IIOAO "AIITMINT In lOIer TV to with .....
(115151 I3l5. ofw lOIS ettorney. and any wen cl.lm or top p.Iary M.'twtN. Isol Phong 463.IA000AILEI.uOLl -
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demend not ee tliod Will be veld. lech mourns to 501 564 A
laId clolmg, Well be fllMl 'In duel-,) Ion.
FISH FRY .- : ::::::... colo eeeomoenlod' by me ftilni fog of ;Hlnoclel lorvlcoe LOCAL SlOPE ot notlonel ... haS 1107 Iy Christmao, Pfr poppy.as.
.. I.'". a wool lmpnon.mS.nti oponng for one sas lelend" et.temttnt tone coll, PR l ;*iII
LOUIII T PORO 14 RadIi. ft TV tervkoII ADS end one retell "1_'"
; EVERY 101' Nl 14th Ave. NW Aloe Soils, A. ",'.I.tratl. of the f itete ef Apollence, ft PumlturtWANTAD Roojulromenti, ogo 15JO hlgriecnool Mobil; H...... For Solo
a.soe. tsedmSo.doPO00I Pelmy Taylor Pord ........ _. .. college, __
k"".. S C.""......... red lonefltei food. salary life
r WEDNESDAY MIRMAIOSUNDIRTHI ocops Attsr't.yi I,', Wi A4nilslr.trla' Imuronce: hoipltellietlon.' pen. W VAOAIOND TRAILIR. | If).
LIGHTSWIIKIWACHII J I. I. FIrM Avenuo plain oion, pod vecotlon. will botrelmd toed _01. Reel buy et KM.
SMASH NITSI CI..III.. Florida' end main bo rolacetedIVIHINOS Wrinj or MO J. Allen, leveoo
NIGHT e FIRST ARIA SHOWING 13'10'11. 22. 1 lt wool North ....... I. Ida, TraIl Pork, Pig, Mwy 14
I DAILY SilO' P.M. AT OS RATES Call PS 47340. _lt.r.>. Cltly Limit otter I PMeoilly. I'

I B PM to 9 PMt CONNIIHANCIS"Looking Announcement ONLY Immodlotoopening .I.ANA for !r.llor. compiassip. _
for young merrlod men 01.0.1. 5W i te. Can H
37M411fer mng
For Lore"COLOR rigs te loom Drive' In ThO",. men.eg Completo with Oi'' .......
11II I LOST > FOUND pert time petition te me element J.-* *"*'* .' lIalloYl Troiior
HOWARD I "...t Income end too*. Court
I .Ing to lUll lime' m on welting
NOW SHOWN" FIRST AT TiOOILVI1 SKowtlmo 7:00 PM. Classified I LOST ilnco Hit W-.,. red I'Wd. N"......... bonellti. Apply
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JoflnionJ PRISLIY OnlyDEADLINES mile' ftw Mnlhe.. old DechilHind In pinon Tu... .... '.::11 ,..... WI DES
Plo Wotmllle ... Cell _
31)0 .
Oehmvllte Drive bi ThO",..
lei F.aovps.-.
"It Hopp.ned At _1sward.LOOT ft._M Mewthprne till 2 BR under $4,000USE

The World's Fair"AT "Summer Madn..." 0..111., l.ngl., 'Ubi"Ilocod, In Llbvary"Inlty" Ut.unday. at. 14-$. H.I. W.".... OUR

With Connlg' Melon T_ mr. ,... with, Soil t.lI. Otowati to RENTAL PURCHASE
ooeorgoil '.. 'uddlaglu. bard
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2830 N.W. ,. .H:; VOCATIONALLY' D. 5 TURIIOt PLAN
o-m. Day borort puMk re.LOIT ".
10:U 2.. FocI.-. cot ion Our loit mop 1M..... potentlolcereer. Lever "enmodioto down oevment
HILD OVIRi ANN MARQRIT In NW Ioct.... I mole Chi.tKiohue Main .....on" will odd TOTAL COlT
.or ads II p5 iii ...... puns05.55 ?-. aloof 4 ,... old. No cok tour men .following, toil oMc- OP CONTRACT WILL te IIUyr.
"Kitfer WithA "LlYlng! Venus .... .... lor or tog. Light p.,. Notify f. tob,. end penane! mtenlew. Mnenclnt evellowo.
13th H. Collier. Del NW lit* tl Call lelery. open. Merrl.d
SEE
Whip" S.."',,' Williom, KgrwligModern Per ode to go 'ki Mom passeS PI e-Bol. eat. in? deytlme PRoine l -4i _,,-. Moll mm... egei k,,hKhw DAD AND
... _,. lIow ord.IIOWN .. BRAD LARSEN
,- let.Minimum ....t.. C.ll M__,
I. -I: ( od 4 It"., WHITe LACK men.grel. PR 4)501IMR TSAI IAKR IR 4INIVA sALES

I Street .pert celllot" but from liberty Notion LIfe Inwr.In \III .ieretoi""'* L '. *
oround South Mmilo Ce Co. 510 Sans I _' 55 "
IItIl
IilIlI Cell Vt-tM. It___ -- SItir COrto_.. \IY.-0' Sup. Open -... ondl5.>..,.

I c: FAMILY RATES POUND -Siaco maIn 011.-gOod. Is famIly Onca b.tos.oaom ,.., 'IIYLIN.
: ars.d fitS .. Call n'la. II A 4 .5o.lne a Car_ wow I II. 6.440 Mac ,.,..
PhoneFR .. 1.3.5.7.9U&INIii Shoe Repair Shop 11neortloii ...... ..... Sol IngI : He eeee.per 50 Our. Cell itertM ri e-IMI lelery tor Is Lad 57. A_ 1*. YIU_ ..

InoortloM .......... Mad lew 00t.. V5.I7SdSINe,
4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICIkPEMCER
Heel Attached .InoorMon .......... M Ing All yip "lisbing '
6.6586 .M8NO\ 11 ineortloM ... ....... Mg tngTotel germent IndlvidboUy, d*. II.". 1,4 :..: bc'.a Is
I 5 Mins. etgnod lor o more iobn.asssSr. rij.JTeST W. diUnsa Ca ., p5.-I ._ 11IIO'1 104515
.. c.ia tom .. 111117 Many O0wo 0..0 .30 5 00. PIth9s0010 "
1'1 Go AetC4.UTPO'WF$ 1ft ...... oomwted kvKuttiotying 44w ZAwesitIMa dor 5015 end .. per Row. loo
imJmet Pmoe.yAasw I ..... imeo re ... Soles Attached Phro. letter word gor KMeemed HUT '11 IIU.1. IIUTY W.OH 5 soIls P0lpis PA L 121 ao, 10051.5 1505 r.u
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15 Mins. 0 lumber ot b55ll1owI AM loacnv sod ss eworenleodform. s 50.50 .....:-.. Pool

M eg) III em eot eUk eoM > I&-W... W..... hooase Ckoriee* Mass.Menu. m Ian
a. imt. AMI tnmtOoen Memo M50.
You've Heard About Them At Two Locations ,...... by eo... WO.c50.01.4. II ,.46 U4.yU'ayg Phono eu-teel ,
: Pololkoop LI ARM) TO OdjiveAlreond. .. ...., -- "- NORTHWESTTRAILER
I 620 W. UII'',. A,.. o* t WHO ordMory type Duet CoMrol Cor 311' ., .,....5, SAIlS

toeow S.. ., Cerolyti Plaza Spools .101.110 Is tlLL. c.Isss "- "..., M Weloe Roe* 5...
00100. Old Otdpnty 5.. 0.of \If. Ie. coup '1IdI.,-. OJIgr. ....
Heer end _____ :l'ti1? F. 6-0315 .114 12 point .AIV wAY ORIVIII KHooi ....... Mmy- s.o.s TroIto
I lie, of pte. tn nasnciAi or ,.... .
Their '-.I knee type Styli 1m I.1ft'" .. Ml VI TOOAVtor

Enjoy T.I.MaICHUCK _ _ ... 101 N. Mo!* St. orooorf < iooiscncHRlSTMAST'Ktf5 UfcUoo, b Is.o.vcgis.pRsxru:5SUOtIEun -C S dee Hot OHO oenetv Voo.

..... Opp. lit Nail laiskrWE 18 ..oeoeeH. W ronllnnno wISh
Point .
..II. ., : :' cts.- Meenoi OMMno e> NoMIt ,..-
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Seme) oe 4 Mneo orovtoiy tree Par .... r tv.s U A 6. IITATI lx40 BUTTS MOBILE
I & 'ae iii Iii&II .......\(11 Call PC 04401. 0.000 PObwiNa CLAS0S ,
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110,0500.
JEANNE Wl WliX not oe iliooniionM ;. '''' T_ HOMES, INC.
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24 Point ot0S 0. dsi itS :. :.... NW UItI 55. .1 05 a..
Pianist | >. a Mar.. ChneMieo 11._!_,__A... PP 4.015,. 450 ... II d0" 0.05.Op. .
lane I .Nnog end o Heewy Me* TOm.IVYTIMOSILU .' S 10M 0. I Pti"
M ereMery tree
$1010 Ksc"hoPl
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SERVE Proxo Memo CLoses
and CAN OUNDAYC
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MOMIImn hops bs150'. A ... _
VocalistDINCt '.0.-.. AWkllR HOMR Poe an.Ula
NO UK a.
"' .. ;.. OMollor, M 0 Re t ... IrcMI
hoc I 36'PT. SUGAA CAM JUia, ..un........ COU. *. omoP ...., end MM sos
W... Ce..oAPPEARING 250 COM 10 ceno OMU l<0) OM. Met lUtMos psmwiac Phone VHtn.gtjok .
of A M. PIOMO PM.. tnII Or* t5inwq 3m, oN 000'tl _.. tOt II ..
I dm'e I .Mas ocolocy tops Sod P one Ste t>'KII -.u.5 IUS.IIIII COLLIeS Mon 0.0... ... 5 ... bmg -
NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M. tit.oylf.onA... .It HI'I' e atSsSIds ........ sooswm _
: FEMALE MIl? WANTEDUftRifsaO .- 006 ag lag
EVERY NIGHT AT ..... ToccApag PC 5-50 or PS
m. S.oo'e ... sIP PM Is SSNTTO -.... atI'O.d I.. .. 1155."
t LuncheonsIN Sc ws'e No' dm10 It 0,015. P15500 PUNfl TlUhll IUZ& IX' ,,_.
UNITED LIQUORS -- m1 055 S I- Cod: "It A 11 1110 JMIO MM. yoort.ro> a. 0 0.4001. 0w. doNo 00.I .
0. 4a010 Sc om ocroc It 6. .pan50l. I'., sigod. -... II -0 C
III.-r eAthSOI 0.0100Sc 115.0.. 11--- _>Q MOO. nor pig
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Sm at 00 psdo -.50.0.0* II' JIt. 101 VMIIAMIIR <.._. | '..
II Lamplighter Lounge we No .. 6.omitiatood ". A0y It pitteel .
fr0 MMH. loo ot ...
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Sc 0. UNo us. .. ,._ c-to "- ha

I f., the feitett luncheon H .iaP oo amit 0. CURS GtRLKIPTtOOHtf. PQIooh, llSboo.0.
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I North Mel et N.W. took Ave. service U tew It's KIM'S ---II... 00.1 be omomwaNlaD Kt.20wooiPO5m1wNot"' -
-- -" ,. ..- Saws 0as 5dmIr.S
I Cocktail Hour Every Evening 5 to 7 p"' Fe eJ Hot*. 110e 5Ma Nods ="'l.ssioc.1" .-wsb,6.a poo
4Pt
Two Drinks For the Price of One WO st.dsps 00 0 ... 20 ii 010. OHO !* gI.
1430 S.W. 13th STRlETOpe. II em MM- I 0p -- 500.o kong-u 5.0 = = ....- CONNOLLYM
For Petty Reservations Cell 37MCU I __ 1,50 ou Ann.pecaet&av ---c-
U.S. 441 South s.tte Fri. b s.t. 'tin 5001g. 50 -- G0. koMO .. S ft S
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& a PHONE 378-1656 ... -. .. .. 5.. 0. II, 05 r_ ,_ .0e.Cid .. ---ow -p -S so'--- I
1. 1I I -. 56. OtiwS -... 015. -- ,... SI _b0.0 ps '. A .. 0
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11 Mobil. Htmti For 5or.FfL IS H...... for 3.1.S .. 21 U...... tCutitm > fopplos.. 12 Mobile Htmtt Ftt Sol. IS HtuMt ft* Sol* u

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44 tAAL. QUALIIY RTFT5AO4TFk11RU".ZT.; WANT" HU"T .. VING IUY DIRI" '"0M .UII au. TAU U" PAYMENTS on i BR,
hOMES INC. I" bo... 4I40Wau0. o. 011.... II. hem builder mutt reduce trie* '''".".... IIP 3 5010 oi not' NI 17t.
a,. NwPI 130, St. G.In" i por10IN 00.05, 1.0,5.10 ,.,.. 040 inventory tujllty. homoo ChewtN lro'c::::: touiovo*, Taro Clow N .011001.. Old stNp
ERE
A Hili .All JoMwn, .vlll.M.I.55100E down, rnoi .... UM Nl Dots .W. tocition" out tl way el trot- I '"A.. VA. 1101 Nl ISM Tor.Hugh ping center. IfMOOt ...' t yI
0100. 373464t He. Move to pew or *vtr hi ."" ...... Int jTorfqIV I : STORY i COLONIAL klNl

Illy "N you Mo0IN sup 0010 wOI 1004 WISTWOOD ._ now Jin.both .....'er,.bnok Alt* ono tcrthomoi OWNER boowtltul home fir 4 .*. modem 110011* 171Mt ,.
N p .4 00110 :: Apprer Colonial. Control A-C. Iron v Plnmcln' tmntMPR I WW to NW oact...... I btoOl from now ...... CHI PR o4i'lto
.. "ifili 04000'.0001W III Me 01 lilt NW Illl Dr. IIM porme. MtQXNt Myrt Terwlllltef tchoH. Most MMM lilt evtve0ylis Nl 7th tt
.1 M10YtN.'A tow down pa-,. VtiiltI I OuMltying tX Down I* b* tpprtcltlo. CPU PR
",...007. Now brick trout homo In top N I 1000, FRED"ARNOLD

P.eryrh,. Msr1.S4.HIlIe""ot. Wi... I OR, t both ciroert, lomlly I .rot, Clete to ocheoio. lidowolki I story from In Morby town.
;
a51 A P.rk room bum "to kitttion' COM Mvod. itraeti, control .,.- OoM I.r..IS. "M> ....
11 Mat Men A<, .aw* in* ....,. bull0In 00111 acid : Pithto tone "' fo CaN Hum REALTOR oNFU
yttrt ki.Wig oolit Horn* dn. HI mo. Ml* SI I4NI Tor Pey only SMO down monthly par lilyoM it M M.
bud RoMnton. PR l-IHo tionli orronoM, I bWroomv (VIblthl. MARY MOELLER. REAL fOR
lull_. i>.-,,,,. .
PHONE m isjj
"SERVICE HAS BuiLT i"iII.. t both itudy, double Can till W. Unlv. ..0+1. PR 044TIOllnonlllt
'1.. For tPMlntimnt, it M* Ml I bedroom -
? port torn room built-in kitchen
OUR BUSINESS" SWIMMINGPOOL homo with hordwood "....
cent, heel MM" A-C II4.JOI -
tnt Ptorw room on .booutitv iylondKlpM
rwy I'M fog me m*. dIN' M I I"HTr. ,
BAIRD MOBILE Iud lIob_ PR ..... JWK lol Prkod tl IIXOM
TAX IITUATIONI with Mot dowh po0.0ooaft M
NT HOMES bedroom homo with, LAROI PtorIdo per monlh to ...Ullad PHA buy.tr. THIS WEEKS SPOTLIGHT IS ON

room git Arepiect girege 372-8404 .
*10ciPimm toMrett dining tret, tomor Sot SPACIOUS I .bedroom. M bom mo.lenry GAINESVILLE MINIATURE
T ..r... AND cirport. Wl Mill* homo wllh IIX1T IWIM. PIVf IDROOMS two Mtht MIIUM UNDIR UtOOl
dryvj Jet, 1M 4 oji mo price .to S borgoM II 111 000 MIND took lecitod to mt NW on* ....11..11 to on.. week. I bedmomi I bats IM I M RACEWAY
end torml will bt contldorMII PKIIon" "kill WHIM mt tlly /Nl.. Iull-'I5 rente IMMMI dim.wotnori foot tot PencM bock ,.... IWtocolton. .
11 LOTS FOR All told my "" _I..ty. Ph. PRAnother III. Thli n on ......,"" buy now centril g N MrMflimec Control hoof with own- 107 W. U1I+. Ay|.
.1s7I. it g1.0M.LOVELY *. Ovonlird' tot Win 'too w 0Mws end ......I.ted ,ttlc.Pl Hov van bass roclnt. 7 W m the big tnckG'vllU'i .0
I pining room for dilldren\ .,""".$ poll for. e.1I 1
.... Ikrlll of spud
w. ? W. W..mII..llor11I1 M.n.olnri Rxiwoyr For the
BY IVk .
OWNER : I .bedroom bI.. ipllttovtl pawl etreel. city tewtn conMCtMl $00 today for .psInimoot.
Ltrgt woodrd tot on mood rood N. N.M SI. moionry homo tocotM to. _.1'" old lltlutchoel ft't Ph. >loeo r* |*. Th big nomoi *l lnt r.otionolrocint
,In NW irei. lictlltnt He mi .bMvllhH' Myfkk ....,., to the NW lull Inilito the dlttrlct Drive by Hot INVIITMINT PRO'IIIN Ponchi, Flirorrl L.t... Cokt* .r* IMInf -
I tt. Call ITI-oai: under conttructlm to Wlmherly city I -r ONLY 'I ) WIID Nl llth Terrtct then COO Let roof from oils II IMw I ..... I I n4 < Ik kockitrlkr.
.* ....,., Add your 4.corOl.r'sIt1oN I/Ill tor dttllll end tppolnt-. roan M/p pay far prop r lot Id* loud) thru Ik* koirpin own *
High brautitul end rail viewtPORDYCI j.ono ecre loll with to mil home by dmiing W irant3WNIR 51lr : good lutun bu51nlos In.to A, II your tor w.m't mioiur* UR to Ik* corn*
your color tchem .now Coil HUGE I itory tromt 4 bMnom WANTS tt eirrv me tl.bedroom WI bass 000 51kod 00 1 k Hlilm inoditinileii od lt* li yeuri far Ik* a clog.
REALTOR 4.A550CUTIJ, INC. Lloyd Myrkk builder $ -_. homo with lleMIng$ ...- HCOIM PIOCN'0. M dsls 01._ "' 51435., 000 ....,... 1 511170.CMI god o soil stock ol higS-pitloimanco optioni It In
for _In'I.
170 W. Un''.. S7HJM IUV NOW AND WORK OUT THE .with, III"NW.100 I DOWN.Avonut, ONLYIlkON two .both Must "Kill 05 Ik* Rlli. AHor you it* Ik* medtl bits *n dliploy *lIk
DOWN PAYMENT' tround .... comer from Plnliv, '
RAILROAD .odod 'tot. ARNOLD rod wy yoo II trttinly Wool I* odd *l Mod
Now M boonIIy cheek Hordwood rlrlp tloori.
now :/:. OOIS00u : .... Throbotlii. NEAT I bedroom heute M .... tncUoM ,.._ hilly equipprdkllchM RIAITV COMPANY. in* *l thus N >*yr .quip l.ls..o *illlnl flit

SIDING LOT WM Nor ...._ ION Sod two well from, tonoocepM Oolnomlllt,lot OASIS.Mt J't WILL mlln U opttonol comer tot MY16p50. 1111110. M.mN.P ..:. Mo* lot ony mol ** your 11.11.) Opin trollfolly *ll

NAVE "Urge commercM M with Includlnt, brick front ceo PINANCI. with IIVOMK Irret ond. plvti Ml" W. Unly. Avo )7MJIAuocioteii the Nmt, Ik* rociwoy 51g niiii MCM *H Widnoi.
tonlill, In W.._ litotn.Wilk .
yjy lYJQdUtA reiiroM tiding, will erect bolts' I* ac"". '.. All city __Ie.., I TUNQ'It'.ItI"l:: under minim. ) JaM CKwellWilter Joy ttii Stindiy mikll *l I, old lkr't niror inyhotfi

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ecHon. fccilM edlpcent. M city All YOU MOVING TO OCAI A' Wow both flreplKO Lively now 4-IR Hem to MoleroOirdm.
/llmlll with hold .,...... Mwtr, Nip horn .to Only PI.. S I*. MULTIPLE LISTING ......' flows, Shaw by op l<. ml I ol cornpui onMl
WktQ.t city witer AIM (I'M ton milmi I bithi wer Jr. collfto at. PHONI PR M''4 polntment Millrul MOOIIM ,.. lorMl
on Wilds ROM "Ml I munortii .....,." echootl end ohoppin' on.tor "SSOCIATIIMA'CULA UM 00 DOWN end tellirt" Will Will -" ... ...... Drive
of Iporry Dmm peymenlin On torg _ac..... .M. VlH' PAID' MV PHA chnlng! eettt en timer oftoctlM oroun. ony lime MUM or In.21 f AMUSIMINTS .. DINING DININO-DANCIN8 *
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y, colorful lockot M Uvorltin in v a McCoy irtmt.I to lie.** Clll McKDimyOroon Open All Day Saturday You hiM ....''c. tt .....1r\IC,..... M AIM LANES' .1 LORD TREAT
or ol ttripi. 11..11.... 111-1617._I block or tromt. H... ttovo end DUTCH UNIVERSITY 1 NF'CTIm0..I
IV OWNEA. So09llol _.... lot OPM ovory 51.1 tor your ofpntnl ,... .
THANJfUIINO, IACP.IPICR. .......roter bl mt houM.Purnllvrt Rnom, lmeriboom .
lecktt of brllllonl 0.uaro., 10 X 2011, 141 "IYII_ ISO OWNER LASSITERREALTY ( broom I A.M. to I A.M. 1802 W. Univ. Ave,
11 0 I IR. 1 Nan.. Pip. room, con bt punchotodIn Cetitiil Hour I to. .. I
rooted mi II I tlmi. Join In 1 boating T1.0od. )""."''Ing... 200 511. '011Ia..d fenced. PHA tkienee Kl per mo both pi s very reetontbitHOure. SPACIOUS tool Wltdo nuriory I. Mrvic*3744544PUNL OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY ,IMI tor mo prut of I. D_
plocei, then ww Pattern Hi: Low .... pymt. UM Nl ItlM PI.sennei You tint to wrong 4-1 NW Ct. A nln* wlndoM. -- in' 'III' I A M. M Hit musk if
:Ions Um S7U3f- Incl ,I ACRE LOTS toll prlcp MM.It PR 4442. tot not per month titilpoymenti. I M., ADovbll too...t. PMA AND DIIICATHSIH PROPIMICHII.OI PMI Rmiirw, MM hit LoII..I...,
min. from Oilntivllle with oo- Put mow en 114,11 ON TAPCAIUAL mi 5. W. um n. PR tiutADVtrtll .
Tilrty.Hv* coots In coin lor thli, .... to Like Alto, new ....... MLeu you CAN SAve 511.1, M 1hlS THE POLIOWINO HOMII MUIT your Hit I Acooocisos c_ ATMOS'MlUt
Kin II emu for 0.50 Santa ,.. Down peymenlWO noit 1-" to ley! w* Olrll IN TNI
fern .r.r..I'-"k:= II MID THIS MONTH TO NR CAMPUS
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,... Station, Now York II. N V. to 45110 by boouiinn. bulll.to "". ONE VIAR. II N. M.I" II. PNa,1 PI Nat UTTLrvVOOOC Mull. Of ImttwkhtlIn
PATTERN NUM- ALACHUA HUMfi" INC. OLD II.ON down cuumlit
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NAMI ADDS I 11 MdW WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD Phon IH- mta 'loss then llol por mo love Munition ,Ira N lunnMI ITALY IN GAINESVILLE COCKTAILS
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LAKE PROPERTIES from 1, PJ*. I P.M. *UI MCwnpn 'N.MOOIAN. Klrklond ten OrHtlh MARYMOELLER .iBinpiw. ol ItuylMANAROI Ml Nv!..!um _It:.- GENERAL: GAINES
Ml ACRe"GII W. 21 '' ,
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RIITAURANTPKllllm STEAK ROOM
to knit, cmctiit thin. mi. N. MoIrow 011 1-1911 ,coot I both win hilly.a *mwPMroom lr Cafld.I Mill w-ig MULTI-temlly LIVIL room. Normwell It III- EASY TO BUY .to l"..... PHI* HOT from SPICY Moon PlltAVorlolln ."... ,..tul.. u I Prim. acid CoMbs

PI Pius I PIE Plltorni em.delll' IUMMIR NOME 1160.. .VOU'LL IUY IT 10011 III.SM: : w:HI Itt-ect I I. tttrml. Toils ctlirmln I IR. I both homo Sod Ito iiiciom Itnim 'oM.UN to muiHraem I* lotiiter In ..II..>.|| oropirM I* your, toots
soy. clitnn Nod Uc At moum ot tvwennM River TIM'.. ...11 "'..." SILTS M '. Nt ...m.l.... MOVE IN. to mo ,"'It, ire. con be beuent Mowinorno P.* t-ll r>Min HIM I* Mill your ._"". M suP. 05050 N4It.. ....,.... .Illnh
now NiMUcrilt Cirilog.I Urge I IR. CC> completeIvmllhM YOU' I05.DY for only n on dmm end IMpor REALTOR no cmM M00450& SHElLEY'S J72-6582 m. o imi it PR I"M.
ty lerge tlroplocf. "A* PINLIV AREA 4 IR I both month Kitchen to _,_. PLAVOiTcmckni
OWNER I III. tolPOr1 I" MIME COOKING I SI"* w. U."'. A...
LjJII 1d COMPLETE QUILT CM! to Mil ft triill ".'" Ilininglltnermini I, en .ut Mod end llroit. Centrol lovely Yard TOO IUV ol Moyoir
Imp tented ,.... ,tot NW III Ass
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Mwl PI... St. "..>>61.I DID YOU KNOW? W. Moillor Psalm KotlerCherll "OUII "ISTAU..ANT I.cha. Ins e......
Por*
HIGHLANDS I I" I boy tprooms. Parry < e tier Premilt
LAOS GINIVA ImprovM. I.. I MOD1L HOMI CLOSEOUT ChoIC. ..Ig...."'..... $11.. Thil yw con own Hill .",ectl.. IR ", Miyo IMron .ronlM 2104 1\11I 3100 ... A & W ROOTBER STAND THt CVPRfil iOUNOIlillll :
I Mobile Homoi fir Sol 100. II WIM. el unity 500 3M buKh Kl Appl Item only NOW IhrM PMroom, OW. lull both I lot MOOS IN. I Nods Cl home to ncNR .im. _tuyoti ..nor Nw nth liII Atmewnirl Ml MAIN
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builder1. model. Oenerel, llectrH.builtin locotHM tor only UN loon leoutlluiiy OlttormlBrMi
W aof Htlgrttl.. Ptioni 473 44W. oven and rongo 01 c.... I CM: DOWN ft ...... 171 Clollntcott .... IM per ......,... Corner MPencM ADVERTISE L\ THE AI Yw Hki iMmNH
frall.r. $ p N' 41100 I toil, _'... Moploblo to llr con.dlllonln I Only 14? por me. peyn Met ,.... inter till FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY LARRY'STO <.. Nvy "'ti tt PR oxne.
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7 room 0,0.01. Thl. mini n *. Fully UndKopM tot Ioc' Nan ft .u pow N ass I ADVERTISE lNTTIC
MIS. STILT FURNISHED.moo IW dwp. HO* food VAi 1104 IR I both 'M N.._'. Nioreupmllve SERVICE DIRECTORY 1121 Wilt Unlwnlly AwrwtOPIN
? lower then G'vlln rent I BD CCb houio In NW OKtlon, pir month Or, ID* down PHA. honvM. IMMEDIATE 'at toR uillty mrbmonihitCHI $ SOURS A OAy SERVICE DIRECTORY
you cm iril for good return Mgr Intontile 71 lot lit rood UN pir month IIIC'..... mot and OCCUPANCY UNIVERSITYREALTY -. -
I urroundlngt.. I mln from MirrwMM with Lltullrum hedge cluing Hugh Edw..., ,Inc Ol- MAKI AN 0"11 1T2.CMZ
xpul sin fowl town Clll for price 0101 HIM reduced now toMoo lite ot NI llth .,. end Mth Ave.vinn CALL LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACIOF
t. J7t-161l totoro I 30 PMI UM equity end tike uppiymenU 6AINISVILIIUPHOLSTIRY

I I moblllI Clll J7HXII: I .... 378-1521 111! N. Moon tl. Ml VMM ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
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model amphorn w.r. : 44500011.
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YOUR SHOPPING IN GAINESVILLE'S LARGEST SHOPPING CENTER


CLASSIFIED ADS


$ Clean out the Cloitti & Utility Room New-Pick up extra cath Ptnon to piraon ads ore for non co"clolll..n tilling merchandiM

1 0 4 3 at $100 or lets with the idling price stated In the ad. No additional cost for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for

AYS LINES bring quicker action.DIAL .


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



IS H.VMi for So,. 13 Heiiiei for Sal.I IS Houses lor Solo 15 Home for Sate IS Houoeo Nor Solo I 15 ".,,_ fie Sol. 45 Fyrnlihod ApH.eul. 41 Houiei for Rent Unfprn.I .

GRAOUATINIi STUDENT 0 W N. o CI-A- lodl. I I R,_I_ "li_ Into Fcx-oii IV OWNER ] DL1 LOVELY"NEW laBT< Mornefllooking ..,. FOR SALE BY OWNER COMFORTABLE AND CONVEN. BEDROOM, CCB I toola. 1101 NW THE
FINLEY AREA *. mint loll 4 PH. "'* baths Monhe n celling, panel* dIng bath eel. l_"> uiuoiod I Wortram Newmon'i Lake v) n dorcontraction. I. SU 5401011. tssa.ssl, by Jan.I lENT .ttIcls.Icy .... ...IIIb" 43,4 Am. Pliers PS, 1-02JSr III
PH" pinenceil' with ttncod bock y..... Con hIm A family mom with fir* ( J. J. PInloy school at lOSt Buyer 1ot110-: ::. OWIIII' will taCo tnd onotO.a.t. Ow' J... IsO. Ac'ss frov ... .......h.
I Bedroom I Ball, horn Immediate' ocrupomy poymonttoro Ii"' I... fenced-in both ,... NW 7th PI Many nice feature docorotloni. Acre .. 373444 or ... It Ill HI. Apply now ., 331 Sw"J3th St. CHAN two bedroom kitchen
kitchen. 176-ION er ** Plrepiece" bookiriolvoi, air conditioner ,. tale. by owner. Call PR .-_. not St.by IS
llITIH built in Butler .05
Boiullful graundi W7I7" 1900 (or oqulty c Oorden Aponmenlo lOulp_ clot to but p.
..,.",. dining room or m It IfII NI 11th 'Mt and sit,.... RoaoonoplyPflcod. ONLY ISM down no MltlomonTcoitl OWNER 4 BR. f baIt 4011 One end two bedroom. turn _S.Phorie PR 0-1714.
'.mll, room D,. Coil J74-S774 lor ..ppt.IUY tor this 3 IR I ball houMof NW 13 AM W..,.......... Avail? ,lined end unfumlilwd oil :
Control, Hoot McKINNEY NOW PeDal .UILDIIt -Na.cavth 3701 NW 7th PI. Double$ car.port able en sOar ml).. Terrene electric kitchoni. hooting 49 R..me rot Rent
mi MDV' IN '0" XM..... Nowl" ... compl"ed N0nd In OW ",. porch, "Fie. room, centrMhoot. 11_.. Call PR 4-7H3 for appt. Sir, conditioning Iwlmmlng Do
Gladys Smith, Roallor .....ro'.d.' ..coll..t loaitlibOrhOod. GREEN lore G........ 4 BR built InC ( WILL AIR CONDITIONer NORTHWEST OAINESVILLI pool. one block Prom ".K. I CLE"'H. t.uooniaoIuInoI"7doublo 0 .
mi w. Unl.orilly, Ave.uso not a sulidivislen tour .01,045.ltd DEATON ,_., I ful tile ootho lItany refund you the, coif .otconditioning. air lAUGh Yonge School. Pram IIOS rsons 00, quIt SItNo A
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DOWN i, shougins' Throw badroom. .I Mrrh kltchon, ciblnoti. 01 do- LOVELY oak tron large polio, monin. RoMrvg yours tout I /.1 men et 311 SW 13th St.
total. payment |loot I4o M por month 11.10.' CCIIICroll IOCII.. L.... liv.Irq RtALTORI lu.. oven cooker top hardwoodfloora ....,...' ...,Ohbo'''.... ThIS nor S W. leth Avenue end loth ONI .largo and one email raom for
convenient, NW locitlon' WWIIcornor ..p... dinina' room., ". lot In .Reilrlcted' A'... J bedroom. I bath homo abs ." .-., 37444MNEWLY i working, mono Accm to thawon
'lot. i bodroomi. ocroonod porch. .nd polio. Priced eltoo. home ill ACCENT ON VALUE New I BR, I both home with CM. hoe I... ".. room and II par.Hilly DECORATED APTS. Col- end rtf'I....'.'. FR "-"" or
Owner hoi moved end location right by litttowood NOW under conitructlon 3511 NW hoot 4 Air condo Detune ."..... oIKondltlonfd. Only ra.uuiratobants P., 1-1I1S.
porch vory good condition, t>o to cm ALA. It hn Id* .logo itudenti end couplet without ,
aviiiiMe
I today 34 It. I BR, I bath Pla. rn.., Inci bulll'ln ronge 4 even, .SO clown and
at 720 NW $4111 P1.0.. ph PC School! 1 I R. t baths .ro children .
New- .
Coll ,_
ASSOCIATE preferred .
CHUA .
REALTY NICE' melura
home to
built-in kllcMn, I car co.rt.'uy dlthwoiher. 4 Dlipoiol. 920 to.It. call, 401 ovlot
472.W.mor W. Amman Ple/raom Kitchen eombln ll) mo. Drop by er
N. Main, St.SUiLbEN'S. .111. 3H-344I, ArU T. Smith ...11... linn control- hoot only, tie-. now and you pick col.'. living, .... pbs' double gorogo.IDOWAV N. W. :34th 0" ". 17e4l44.THP.EI __berry 47IBM er m 2311. or builnoti parson Inner ipringmettroii
POW flneneod Many edoad "" ,.. tat.LAGU CONSTRUCTION CO., EFFICIENCY APTS. tree brags available I .

Sony Amortcifl MObIL' I bedroom HERE !II. tat You-should CM ,Inveillgete bo N e to n 171-4414 or 374KU1.or 'I kxowo) beHroam on large", famny corner ..room.. I*, SM! MO. ._Phone FR M040CLIAN .
diolgn. '
commorclet lot tor Miler
-CellM 3-351 I7. Mleenopy ..eII...., dad Sen CORNEIt ROOM IS rant wllh
.. two full not .. I br I bath C-H you buy NIWSICOY 3 DC CCI Hours (. A
batht. 01 built.In I. a VII. .MaN on Main It NI or IW Khooll end'Uioeplnp lady living above, pIctong.douirabi r :
oven ond range. Control hoot. 4 AC, Study HreplKi. booulllulfioori Ar... will erect building to lull $or baa. by owner MOOS coin or to FHAflnonclng. STUDENTS: l end eHlcien.: ; good
Slot down VA. 511$ par month huge cl...,.. On o lorgolendKOpod DUPLEX .....,. Shown by appointment' ...100 en termi ot UOO down w Tho JomeaPhono ""'" _. del evolloblo'' for next trlmeo.tor. loc.llon.
PS "171.
Photo
*M down FMA tit por month. lot. E.cellant tormi Slug Loolc A pood buy withHold any lime -lew tormi. SIt .....'hlv. ITtIHe.Ouplo 3717401.MAKI 0 Phone 1714411) otter t ".M. "
Move hIt end lew oown paymentFOROYCI Income 1173, .000 PIT Mo lam only for more ,Intormetton.AlKondllloned WARM, AND QUilT room
IM.7P7I. Hugh Idw..,, ; ., old n,. campuo. ,1.500. US AN OFFER-Hugo
'Inc. US 13th 4 ASSOCiATES INC. r'ullv furnlihed Good condition call TOM W OP.AOY PR M3IJ fenced with 1 lavatory In NW ooctlm ton than
_It._ind nth Avo. Mutt bo No otiolllylng. GooD m.. lly room 1 IR. t bath 'RAND.NEW I .It APTD :
__ : REALTOR and location or contact David L. Hunter, I,. hoot, mule itudont. Com. .. Unit Ve0004 -
Wilt, contldorrenonibie Mary Mooller Realtor bock yard, cornor lot con tile baths ,.....
t4 W. Unlv. r -l73l Kit by Jon. I !32eLM.in except Sol.
I 6> 4 Bodroom Modeli etfore It would MYyou IioonalN1225t. 101. W. Uol. Aol. PS 44471Oaivonoiiie patio, air cond. pool. mom"' fo floor, modern furniture. Only will !IHer.'s
InSHADOWLAWN
built-in chine I mlnutoe' from -aMALI ITUOENTI
la Inveitlgete before you P1.. IMP dropery rodt Unlverilty an 441
THESE e.1I PR I Ml'. cabinet, on an7.olra,. 5. FR47t7, South No children or tote tromo. Ixtre large room In prlvoto home.
ENJOY
boy -
ESTATES FORDYCEFEATURES 1104 Ng nihSr. CHI 374-7411 37t-iii. clone to Univ. Includoi laundry

P. D. OLIVER FEATURES 3.5 ACRES PARRISHPRESENTS I ROOMS III.. rm.. IR, kit., bolh) hold end home for haul cooked Irlmoiler.moali' will Con.duclve .
OPFERINO o Control Moot Just the .Moot S... In NW. loci ]( Cottagei for Sale furnllhed opt. goo hoot, Rooionobie to eulet """"ng. teoaralo.
Individual' ItylM' Por You a 1 AirCoMmonono lion for o beeullful home rani, edulii only, no pete,
lullM KJcho Monty, a( trooi end privacy' UNU UA.' Cuov .ull.uIlV lun. 411 NI "h It -ontrence-ond..both.Coll37fr4747.
0) Will plmnod living, or.ii Im. c.lIl9I. .._tel parch
o Poncod Yardo town Just outildo too
a Quality material' 4 worn- PlrtplxoIn Near Llmlti-end on. peveerood carport on fenced 3 .... boou. YOUNG RO'ESSIONAL OwtI.I 10 Mobile. Hornet YOU
ell,
m..thl. a I M I botb eel Mama, Price, I sr..li.tIc I... HILLSIOI WESTMORLAND Almoit new brick tpot. ... ItiOO 475-M4S Mtlroiq has aloe, bOd'sOlll. 10 oubb.e .....
A community you would bo .boron Location I br I .., ponslo.iy to similar' 11I'_ ....orUol. '41'MODEL, LlKS NEW 1 BU
located Mar ochooll. Mull loll ..110." thli fine property bath 'rl.I. front homo with encioiod hooted Yi until
proud to huH In FR I-MI7. 015115 m L* end fem, ..... Out of Towl .. ol Pie. open J... Send TRAILER. US mo I oclu,,, we-
lmm.dlit.ly.' Vory .....o. It you buy Cell rm. ,wlmmlng pool on ettrecllvo Property nemo, and ta _
&I Drive Wott on NW. *th down ...mon''. May bo won ..1wn I 54111.10 ovn 4 range, C-H and I ecopod tol. I bedroom, I' baths Oolnetvllle, Sun.AVAILABLE phone. but oil ten, 124 Ng iind St. J7447,
A... MM th. Oloit' Spring' .m.tonoctlon. Nf IHN Drlvo ASSOCIATES car cerport. iKcellent term with bull In kltchon unlti. New FHA FOAMS HOU Ii. I roomi w-porch IF
lot oign, on Ion.PP. Par ippilniMont, I.MM. I7MOII CaI3 W. Oovli" H. J. WlltihlrgMultiple : ing. Cell Pordyce 374-1134. Near Old Town, ",.. Call _,n. air conditioned eport.Adulti .
Lilting SOUTH WEST WESTWOOD A"". 4 bedrooms. Cows City 4M30J7.I m... .ior Unl. B Cantor. SPACE IS:
1 ____ 3MO iq ft. 4 br I baits lunury iv baths ,large living room with only, no ..... LOOM r.. POR RENT
homo In tine prlveto locatIon fireplace, wall to woll carpetingIn Bodroomo and one halt, booulllullot eulrod. e>0 por mo. Call' Vl-XM: IM MONTHNewberry
L.... ClaiMS, delightful tl....,..., dining' and living, room with 150 i :XV, nice,, neighborhood,. or 376-4360. Trailer Perk MO por ...

Florida room. Only: 530.000 and .....,... study end ,lovely family In High. 17800 Sprlngi His financing per month available. MODERN turn. iplll level. I bt* NSqOsnl?. "..
tormi
to Milt. Coll
pReillyZ'evele'm'eNI Panyce 314. room with fireplace. An attractive RALPH POSSEY, Realtor II W. room aol, Air cond. Cloy to Com.pui. IM pan
It's Fun To Christmas ( 1234. 'IMAOINI I story home en on ecrg lot. WIn Ave VI3" 1120 pan mo. IK4 NW 3rd '1., SI." Wised To Rent

Shop A iporkllng. t br home. ckno to LAROI FAMILY. Just the home. Apt 41. 3?. 218S._ Ml por
loomis. large lot, 40 Builneii roportiet WANTED TO RENT A GA0000<
"
tow tonoi,
4 bedroomo, I baths family raom i W
Co. 46 Unlurnhhid THAT CAN II LOC KID. por mo
Various' method ot flnmclng. A eplaco 'In living, room. Control, Apt:,
I I wail kept ho.... You'll ogreo II', h..t. Nicol" l.ndoc.oocI lot ''n 50.csiieltt WILL IUILO end leiie to opproved .. PHONE )7..0477. W
tiitiSTnin par
OlIN w a lot low only" :1.500: Call ,... woolside' location.WIMiURLY tenont e now office fo I IR DUPLEX evallablo boo 17. WANT to rent paitue for :M to too
I at day 116-1231. your opoclllcotlono' on R.P toned Nowly painted In Auguit. Willjssrjr uttlo In Wanton half of county 11"III
IUUTII. ...mOlt NateS lot located on Nl lit Sr. 4 biki.' gal "*. *.. ., tit Rnyor, ,R t-\OfI.
3 Bedroom I Vi both. 921 FORDYCE
bid....... t "halh con.II hII' from City Hall. Call .7HSt1 or VI
por
: NE 5th Place N.w A ASSOCIATES tNC.Oral. od and air conditioned homo. on 3721803.: LAKGI NEW I IK kit equip. 52 ..'..' Wanted
100 :MO lot, lull tokllchon
ButlerBrothers Ranch Style with Wttttm Pordyco, "..1101' largo unllfc, X pad duploi. Cm. hoot, 3IJ7 SW37th HO per ....
fIreplace and Inildi barbocua REAL ISTATI CONSULTANTS : GOOD BUY St. Phono J74.3I34.: ROOM AND ROAOOCT.an;

rooks an offer > Dick ...,. ,onc.. Hough SLACK ACKIJ. Traditional I bod- 130-: 0 150- tonod Won. I lit. .pt. 111,1 bid. .0" roomi' mold eervlce, home cook* Ml per
laroh Oouldoit Harvon Soon,. room. I both homo wilt living dartul opeomwi for e nice 01,05 rOunds, ean B ratrig. ""'
'
; wt want to move It this 9. C. Gay Dudloy Oouldm I raom Mparoto dining room lam.lly raonnlno Sousa -' scood "'-". turn. c'.... air cond, 4 hoot, ins 237 SW 2nd PI..ct.. m .par .
R year. 020 W. Uol 37..1236 room with 11,..,.... oHractlvo mont tar builnon orooorty at .Per mo. 15)3 SW Nit' ...... Phone
0 "'lit. In kitch... Contra! hoot.loll. Univ. ..... II '0'........, call _M2535. 51 Oftlco-Doih SPUR M per .
Open for viewing 3 BR Norland ....., Jit nit'.
: and 2 bath. Brand new New Brick Home.is UNIVIISITV AC" New W... 41 Heu... for Rent '.... POR CENT 4M SO PT. of ettlcoIPKO. slot par
Builders lIds ,..'rle"" IUbdl.I.on, It Ie"I. 42 Farms e> "c,.. .
construction Wit NW OtIs It Call 37etJU >
with superb P aosdltr",.. Outildollmlto city 1XRYi FE Lake. Lako IrontriTI or OTSKX.PRESHLY .
3815 NW 8th St.ph.1I Fester muo NO CITY TAXIS ,
throughout. BR
hou"te.. kit, ocreonid CALL
U terti oanad Industrial
Jot tI..wy. .
OPPICU S P A C I AVAILASLU-
Av.. H.i1ht. LotilromlWMOO.M.M. tro.o" porch modern. cl.... Couple pro.
Downtown. C."I hogS B A -C.
t : t I 4 1Iod_.. buIlt-In bltclt.a. i' forrod." Phone OR SS371I o45 poP m. Coil llltilor 'NII", TO
YEAR END SALE W* have loll mntlafi lCIulpmen. Can. poat. VA nodown II ecroi well ef Oilnoivlllo 6-ROOM HOUSE 171-152' an 172-794.

i ef loll. paymolrt., P0* town 1100 ocro wltti livable OlSON I.I. ot 1'1' NW "h 5?. radocorotod oIl .p... SUN
"wn-n. closing cits I 4olnoivlll' PC, 4,S4J.I for ..... Upitoin with I Hair.woyi .

OF NEW I e..it.IIu".rt. teittw PARRISH I'MARY MOELLER REALTOR IR home furnished, tile kitchen and one "" .". heillng
I HOMES JACKDEYOT 07011 .... 11 dON Itrttt W. Univ. Avo. H o447t 4 bath, nice frontuqe on end .1, conditioning turn. Oft
apse Nausu DAILY : ASSOCIATES INC.H. Oalnoivlllo' ",lo.HO Like I..,. ,.. Phone FR tIIP Itiart aorklna also, ...II.bl.- .
Call VIII" 074.77. Woyno Hill Holm' Orahim or PR 1-3431. Phone Norwood Hope, PR 41301.IICURirV : .
Roililoro lickerASSOCIATES N Carolyn Pooloy' Mary arrM acre treclb one with II.. I..ou. I. <1
I 19 .HI Pint II. Tol. 371-5371 .. P.UOS 4 dro_ con .1, 4 hoot, 'UII DING .
FEATURING a... lOt both lt turn.. Ills I1M W. unlverilty, A... Pint Ciaoi
: "ppro.. on .c... with I ...,., SIlOS unfurn. Fenced beck yird. built. Office ...... Air, cond, elevator WANT TO .
G.lnnylll.'t Mw.rt .... font 1..IIle. p'c.' in 2200 NI 16th Tar. V" eftolroot .....,... Janitor or Porn... :
sarvl ... .his. Call PS 44414X
I 100 x 100 ft. Lot Illli Chris StoneImmelt lumirloul dpairtmoM kuildlnf 372.4364.LASGU
Rev
oatS IN acrn with log cobln.' PC 11419
AD U...
I BR nuKio turnlihrt (SI
H.II..., LAKESHORETOWERS MARY MOEU.ER, REALFOISloll pet' manttl C.II PC 1-1121. Off doll.... ',-
I 0 I Top N.W. Location, iii W. Univ. A... PR 04471 _0' Howthoryod. 54 Knlneii ResP.t.F05AIOt'NINT .
Phone m-JJU Oolrmvlllo, H I.. Mm "..

I G.E. lot won, foiKod I wolli at aero 41 Hayioi far Rent U..f",.. '.... .. hwy ot MelraM, ,oThoaoliy, building OOP W. ,
Built-ins
125 NW nth St. pact,. aoturo> low ..... only' 3"R1.iOUSU eultoble for reel ..,... office
l I In Orono. H"oht .. ,.. 64 ,,,
POIWYIs.B .I.u '. ratoil II"" On HKf'I
I Premium Construction NOW 'LEASING RIALTO AtlOCIATIS. INC, for 1171 rant oner or 7PM.I 10' ..11., Call 461. _j.r.. lot ,h... 473-ttll. ""|,, .

n. W. Un''",. 374-1134 10, I baths tro.... at Loki P0U. 510545 B WAilIHOIIS aasssla ..

I : Near Schools MCCOY'S .. I 10 ACKIS II larm land For .Information Wlnnot ...II ", II.. from G.,.... _J72.1.PKO...call. John Merrill' Roeiier ocontly .. .t
l call 47J-il altar 1:01: villa. L. rlvllogoi HI por mo. 01' -
PM. CouU be bought In I .. For Inlormatlon pnono 475-S4J4 FOR LEASE 0,000 M. It. otore
EARLY
MACOMAHOMES te" 'r..'" building W. Unlv .... Price
I I lit.
noar ocrnol largo yard Ut
Calif. and
SOOt .pun mo. Cell" Hobnail hey
..... _
BETTERv .pun toil NW Jim Avo condition
FR .
INC. CLOSE IN _Phono VMoii SH-U3I. not PS .7111.4-2441 or ,. Mlieil DI

MO ocrM ImpravM piiturgIN 3 45. 1 "both CC tamo. Mmlly
RAND NEW office or ... with 071 ot.d.is .

HURRY It THE 'JEFFERSON" 74.,auras acroi acm to chick oman bo .Improved..grove ronctii1 par toarn ot 3U mo., roar NW mono Mill Llttlowo Tor.PR 1-_school or 112 as.. $ .plenty.... gin el par periling,tts. tot Phone NW PR OtIS I- I RiW Phone PS m : ..

v ktj m-an 1251. loungo, book '
THP.B0. bod,_ I habIt unfurnlih. china c.b'.. -
Gladys Smith Realtor SMALL wt.vouuso tot toot.
Charmingly ColoSsi' autildo' ad lilt ... monm lmmodl.tioccupancy.
mm suit
Only ft this home ,It Illlod with con.vonloncoi -mi_W Unlvonlty, Avo._ ARNOLD P.CALTVLIAS DAN IIYRO bedroom '.
a for graclouo' contom CO. "7 .87f\1I InoV now
porory 11.,... Notice the soil 41 Colored PraportyI2J lI13m.J cups and .' .
% homes l left appulLIad I worN .... with 1 SO. I baths cant. taos. bull -l.. 56 .v.i.... OppanosueoNiarFui'tu1ir'O ly Nu '
t ,laundry, kitchen. and pantry # 3EwAURY ONI ACSU WOOD.II LOTS .,Ic..., Uapa .t and sorugaan. 10th A... PH,
lorogo handy I. the oervlco en.Irenco. en HwY. Nuntb.r m In Aischus, ... hat root sill psp m.. ... 0.1.
8 V" Buy Now To There are Ares bod- FEATURES INCLUDtj down UJ montnly.17I4IV. "oone PC 5-3524.: : pod tin. clI..",.. inciuarc ...,
room. with outitondlna elototlocllltlot Phovo 1711170."fI eitite with hwy frontoao, plenty'
pius two full tiled noorly now I ID. I bothi, ef parking. An fine ,
unuwoily Hit-
e Swimming foal e locroetlon Room .
"pimly ol CIOHI ...
FOR Spa Con. sal,
QUALIFY 1965 HOMESTEAD .
both and e eoparote droningera 15 and pnoogg mon.v m"" '.
e Aerei of Icnle Cround'i o Central Heel t .reIo NotIr.otod Is biybn. 50Nr. b ut-in ovon B bu....... lopor.to
It MARY
In the minor agile. MOELLER REALTOR 1-A-S
ame rlgM price. Call dining'
room.
Vary nice location
N. I formal' livIng roam wilt e Centre Air Cone.e e Leundry Fecilitloi In NW loctlon. Only 0 low ill. W. Unit. Ate. PS, 64570Galrosvuilo i mod .
EXEMPTION e Mparale dining room plus efimlly Sforoae Leckon e Garbage Drop Chutl HOWII PO* SAUU drboe' 10 Mod. C..,... U.,..mln.er PI.. 01 ...'1.".. .
room with e llnpIKOond e Pev.j Perklnf Areoi a Lighted SidowelkilloYotun 1505.1" thaWing" distana f It..... .
141 bodraomo. II I4HI It. 4 00 WONDERFUL bMmiH opportunity t1 W....... .
beautiful _
chorry ling. lOon, B
p pit ..... Small Jr. High Ktaoll. 1117 Mme. 7 of lend with .. .
"L" shape ot the hwie _ _ down .avnteitt Kroi oitobilin.ed I Irvin .
TIll
Phono
.. monthly' paymenli |S7 la HI 1 JJ77 I cm moot builnoM, tervlce' notion, ..... t ,....." .. .
S NO MONEY DOWN VA with Hi attached two ear you en "promlm, T....., Thu,,. 4lovorol
will .... homoi built an your .. 1.1. citrus grove, room for froller t 01....... .
and nor pane
PHONE 376-4456 with no down loymonl, Pit- court locitlon. All ton gulck. ..... i M TV loll
FHA FROM $.4CO DOWN ", .k. e delightful piece lalive. PM Win. unfu... nouul for ront Would coniider, right kind of JIM VOYLUS ,, ..
tOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT POP.OYCI 4 ASIOCIATIS. INC. trade tolling due to Illnou ol '" lOW "h "

I MONTHLY PAYMENTS FROM 41 NW 17th PI. 124 Hour Service Now CCI I Wove bid'...IN... one bom.homo. n. W. Unl.N SAL TON 11..1231 swoon"". MA.t SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 IlL 5 DAILY I Low down ai1ldtO. Local, ranol Ion -
The Charming ed N.I. urn Terr.AtcCey Mig"jThI houM. .tc5. rolrlg. VEHY SUCCESSFUL SINCLAIR' ditlan C.II
RANCHO GRANDI 210 S.W. ith ST.- U.S. NWY. 441 eullder" oM hoots,. Noar grammar stoelon, t., Ma.. sino II......
\ 75.16 day m-rm lol., 31' II flit I'. Plw.o clot hIp ...II.bl.. C.II PC 40737. .
I bodraomo. I baths ttudy.family roots' ]>o$0" PC, 4'5127.OorO PM. .
Butler Bros.
raom living room din., BUILDERS
Ing room. oak .parquet Moor 41-1 COLORIO RENTALS
drome Incl_. bone loot"

NOW RENTING
Sales OHItt at N.W. 16th Ar. 4110 NW SPIt PL COI DUO vitro .._,n.It... SERVICESHome
plan. aportmontm, largo ,!loin. one

and N.W. 39th T.rr. "PLANNING TO ..UILD"Let COtJiP ARE dIning roil, ergo.,..otoiogo. 'nods's ckiooto 011,11.0, larratM w,.- I

ui give you an ..tl- Coors SIlo ..."'" mace Mof
_...
or and ho water loclll
mate an contracting your
tIN tsr '" and And
new custom horn. THESE HOME VALUES paved .,,:: 1.-:7.:: Mid

; Butler Brothers Builders Call Gerald FRVi'j2 McCoy BEFORE YOU BUYSAW" I W.OlIn or er 171's nail tar.,.. appoMlnwil 172-

Day .

: Doily 372-9545 Night 376904SAttention Nit FR 6-6302 6-50U or 45 r*", lihe4 Apt Mortgage Broker Roofing/

I U IA. LR. Klt. wolor turn Ipor MOIt'IiAGI MONEY
Oil.... Lacatod at mo. IIH I. Unit. A... I M e.. cent In,...... Termi to C L.
N. M.in Itroet end IJrd llvdCOtVRKSVUHCHCXH I _lroon c.il_fit 100"'. I* voori.BUY C
SOlID RIFINAnv Van ell your ) .
BUY YOUR NEW HOME
.-WI pain, caR M I
: DanByrd Ph J/6-38JJ/ ,
BEFORE DECEMBER 31 MODELS \

I AND SAVE YOUR PItA ond conventional at kmnfcwroM Gang* V.
II I : rotoo. lormo I, ion.
>* WK gladly dUcmo et
Veterans HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Now Open I Jl.II.W.....KIPKPAIRICK.... Call _'ow.pMHor ee ImtollMlon.A""O'4 '

$' N. ......
It. Ph.- PR
.. ---.A VMM ego ooer ''
-- --" 904 NW 14th "... B AM.
an ;
,yte eoll.lrS. 005 ilady till'' 1.1t. 1 kern IMt ..... Northwest PlOD I. ARNOLD 5140-0010. II

; YOU CAN MOVE IN BEFORE JAN. 1ST! scoupoHoot 174 me.Large,.comfartakle home fore POW *0.0 551 CONVINTIONAt tON 3700 MW IdOls. | :"

.T2I S.W. 15th WIT large __.... d (R, 4 Estates lOll S Ultl"LOANS.VI. I'M. 001005P.

E Wt have several compl.tfd homes which will b. tligiblt! for .homttttad (Country Club. hoses) ,bans.. ep,;,Ivlng: 14.1.5 room tomlfykitcMn riom. Auto Glass I N. A, S C.,. t sans "CIliA' TU' ,{

1 4 IR. SIN hone. roo. Pie, dioutIs. soroansi 500010 SN e..... bells ....* 411.110 C.I"U Nm.. m.tt Sod..aow 0CYCI b 4SSOCIAt5S 5CC Minch
reo
I : exemption If they can b. occupied before the I lit. ins end additional. enter I* tattil down com. bnosende b.551534O_' lI..l 'OltlI euhee t y ,
taisoant enany ......, SI? noodtttonod 1 '.45rn 00043.4ie.etlts.tIv roe 0100 4 delivery A M I III W. I/rthr. 301.1135 So.ootllotaosd
0t.r.s. V.oy Oobs01lnH built M opeManciM.mWr ._ Muiy 4 vofue to IOU .
vow corMAI
2 Thtst homes 'in price from $12,800 to $17,800 'In _..... wot .... end SOY p., p... _!roe woN" bit Oil I AUIO range 000501. WIn tICOc5S 5004 NWSOtIO0500 haP 3taj.. VII em w PR tnt. Drinking Wat,. 4 T_... .
e I b e r financial.._ All .. .._ ..
: 5051su5 provorty 0,55 50 City eo .11I... .. ---
most different lises. Monthly payments from $74.74 to -"I :=n. ::'_ .. nS1AL .- ..........-.... Iii i
= -.. ., ""' N. .""._... -2i .drv. kot loge a'd O.IHIHX low Ag BrngrMT
: $109. roveo ey note Hoard et Me*-
Pm.
Jli, le
1100 N.W. Pt.
,... .. AOWCIB Mognoiio Springe Wn.gr. Co *t.5. lor:
I IR. t h rhe woe es. Slid 5.40,05.5, Uosaess lOc_ IAIIOR Phone oil UN __Ice ,.

E ffcu will have the benefits of oil city services large lots end the txptrlcnct p., nh. Norwood udsatew_ ----11-_ "'.... SEAL 10'515g0. ,. aerRAltAl I ________ '-

50005 14.45 at NW. loaN III S" UNIO .... "_
: of Gaintsvilld/s oldest end most successful builder Com out Hope ..- emod.liaigV8lSEED. 'AI '

: today and Itt's see If wt can't make this your finest Christmas with' "H- Inc.At lultiloiing I 170 ....IM ....... ..
Mo
: o brand new home by Kirkpatrick & Pierson. r Trod Homes WALTER STUBBSInc. 1055 k SsOSOocsr. .0 mar55- awe, eamp.oog owo m.m._-,.

,, or PropertyALL .-.....pNs,15 MIl .35)4Sewf .... --I II sowd'It e -trio ..._.._ B Cos__O. eat H'rvg Pte. ItIII

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RIPAIR WURK ON ALL your wife NoturM autumn ...,,""' condition w I I h lulcH will powortnaa boM. kiilaiio wm oo Ilka
MAK1I. Coil PR IMI. hirt 01100NI4' M7I viluo only' ..... Call all-'III altar IM: an itoar 1114..010 rvabor Sun_ TIOIRt Oraaultlna CASHI WES"POWERS !1
i "";. 1301. 4IM' NW n,,, PI. PR 5 ".M. 17.Ml octuol mlttttlroo. call Muol wit HOW. Call PR tSoN.WM MOOR
MOVING muM toll anilr Wfj.
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Hnti at nouftt lofa ft horn, SPECIAL CHIIUM' AVIN00 130 "_ C'II 1043$41bo M I.d..405 IH IL Roo*. I
oaHancat, TV..., Roownibitprlco. U'DSSUUO t'iSnUh, ?> .... OIl 01' 1040100410, band ., I'JI "M. p450 lid 0,00, will I
KU NO 11 Avo. 1M-15H 51. 201 sod 10114 Im0wlwtII 504 .._.... nil IIIIIICIDII-. 101 C wMn. t... cor or msNrcych OIl $0144.Ph001 i
bobbin 100.0.01r4 ana ro, 1 DERDA MUSIC CO. sovollool 041041110 $414 371.1200,
DISCOUNTPRICES vorw avor pint tnd _.... M m N. 1III"n I/H7IL pnonp PR 1-471 altor 4 d. SMITTY SEZ: I
KARMANN-GHIA 1964AC.
Por mo. ool. |]4. Nilltnol Sowing I PMwoonoovi, all aov tunmy.HS7 FOR !
M5.hI01 C.. '"N W. Unl. A.. C105I Out IMi mnaM IplnH Pkanoa. RIM, boita rociMnt Hat. I +
....... $71711 Choteo ot imiMi lionao.walnut CNEVROIif,. liar;*! t I PR o-NM anar I ana wookonat,
Wt ii ar Monotony.lllllaiilniuiic. V-l ttonaara bkilt. r dlo tndnoolor
und.n.n.v.rybady. Gu .44h01001 wwlnt Ham 4 no* wv tl..... US4Pnono "" IIMCA anflna In oKOIlotlcondition.
HENDRIX M,31115030.0. ...., ... _____ 111 I i, "Irit ItrootAutomotiro 414.1IM 4:M It 111 P M. 4 proctlcall'* now llrm.

FURNITURE, CO. :'':.1hty..\'l 1 IO/J/$ 5 III ....:,- CHIVROLIT '"Wogon j '..--w.-.; 5W7.prm tar wlcI loll CaM i7IMI '
MW wi AM M lem it. l w. the Christmas Spirit
low If got
Iu OlY. PI ..1572.C""I"U milopo Mill" hoi worronty.Toka
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0.0 01.44 .od 111 1M con M 4111 NW\ III Tor,. Mil ar Alia 'III VW\ II-
N 110.0034303
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., o, II' McD"1 Ill II IXCITINO! INS nIODILI tell '7J.O'S3.
PI'212" I 01 urnll... IN and Santa Smitty II going to
c4. GI1nIov111' $01. m050501 i.*a. amactual VILUAOt ONION IXTINSION
r-URMITUII-CMIn IIM MchiCM Ping Cm/.. opoiaamiror $,.... IIM 'Hfu,,,,, Conartl lloctrNl KIM,. 17 Aatamoklai WanNd r
M .nw, U, Chmt IIOi loit.lltl C4UIU Coal. 000..,. '** I0 on. Homot arlcod mm lUJOoIIUJJ. I
.. wir UP TO 300
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Mi LI 411 ilr 1 Uitr CMafland. .
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by crib U cnlio"i ...... *l araw.an HONDA IM CC. Chop IroniMflotion monW 1. YOUNG AMERICA' > Owvrawi Al HamKM tonic b. good to For the next
1I3.Vl-1114.
U. Photo 171-7101. 1044 moaol. HOMES kova llrooiocot, 0.10.1.410mlly ...,...., tit II 4Ht ... you.
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REFRIGERATOR
W' boys bkycl0, Phona :400.5500i
376-3758.
long llscOoll
Gild running, ran*, 52$ ....,... NMt.r. 5,111 IlIP.wr/M/ hoot" notion 11th"'roI torroira ......oVcWd. $0 lOUR WANTED i
MOTOR kye5. $0404 Neel 00.41
'011 NW 1** llvC H 4TOMKEPOISISSIO Coll J7J 7041
4,100. 0.CH/5,01/ tr.,NpIIIIil4g0. NIWLV PURNISHID MOOIL. Cloon used CGrI. Call 14 days we're going to deal
.CDROOMlrlplibo TOWER HOUil RESTAURANT Ptiona PR 70420. Drive north on Moll '1. arN .Bob Adom., FR 12.7128.
.... "ml.... Nn3 Chill. HI I. Unl.. .w. urn it, to im ,.... Tunrignt =. AND DRIVE
0.040000 bod NNssMlp 1000. CL05IO At) fhtuna" 4 li.5' LIKE NEW HONDA 305 1 loo>t| ra N.I. 1st' II
00105. bo. tprliw" Mentniy poy moni. 401 Ib lea mokor .,.....,. T.u u. ply,1M11 W.1f 001 turn MIM' (oxilti) witch for
mania III.... nWDanlail Pun. kltcoM _,.......> ralrljarallon! 17" 0001. YOUNG AMERICA HOAICI ll.non WE'VEGOT and trade wild. Try UI and see,
tura to. OolnoivllH InooplniANTIO.UO 1..., bill oy4 tor ...It.'VU'tTHINCI kit. MODKll AT N.'. 1511I HOME IN
mtlwaany china cloul, MUST 001 14 AUTOMOBILE IIFAIRSwiNiialtiO II. an.. jot* Avo. Pnont 171.TV*.
IIM AIM arm ctiolr, lor.1 r, OPM Dolly 114
WHITE ...
pna toll HI" good _It Ion. *x UMI, ??, Hewp1N tor YOUNG AMIRICA NOMH
brown couc tr< lap ..., mo*. NOWII but If you don't like these
1.14 HIu\ : PI. iiotni.liAVINg
a" cnllai ,
w rarota ti J71-U7 A NEW CAR
THURSDAY-Mull otiTfoldout Nor I. wtyllmo oooliMdi.PORTAILI \ our molor tuno-up! M010R tfopt.HAWIIPOWIR CO.. E6--F.nig1 ft Sparta Can 1965

_.1...couch Mil doll Ml. and ton bllkcoio. dining. TV ..-....... Poloroldcamora 104 N.17J.2161 Moln II. 1100 VNlwpp. 01111 551,111. 2

III. Coll' PR o-ua inoa nlrla;: gNU run.ina 1271 Polly IMo ever 14 piy.rnonH FORDS :; prices make UI an offer.
nnaitlon. twionaia .. of IM4J .. W I (I SEE
POR IALI Whirlpool Imporlol wromilli llomi tof Ml. OTntl IS A.t far Sala BARKLEYI
...he,. '71. ....11... con. troao _",. OM NI Idol II.noncod '

dltlon 1101 073717124.r' contact .Jack _..... VI- OIL blmm41 wet hottor HIN.s SIM.bod'$330 TU. 117)ITIRIO 1964 CHEVROLET 1101 loll ALPA- 11211 IIOMID CIO..5s...... IIIIUI' READYTO I 64 VALIANT 63 FIAT

$ CORAL toll, Illll good. UO. Phone 77110: IMPALA I71-3II w. ,NOr.. RAN I P-M.WOO PI K.0041 AI..... Coon II NOW 2.doo. ALltomollc trenunl11lon, rad(1., 4-door. Slanda.d trInlmiulon' rode'

Call 370-fll ra aoa at MOO HId \/ inoll ilia, _.r orolorn MUTT LOLL 'M' H/llm4/ Min.. 1110"". Balonc. 0' pu CO 'WO'ranly. 14.5.0. Real sharp.
!, !t. with | Mgn uiuty ipukort. 59 PLYMOUTH 00od ccondltlo. $154 C. be N I I
hoovy *k In. wood uncllna wttkj.inut I Cyll_. tut or boot altar. Call PR o-UM.
tSS Antt.yttANTIQUII ,llnlin., cm $.009 laiiar, Call OT-4N altor I P..M.I. DELIVER 16.000"11'$1895 $945

PALCON. oooa condition USOI
63
I ploco AmarlcMpowtor IHD\/I/\ CASE. 1f11" ..... I.-.. ..... UI POY14N N 136.11I Mercury
taa tarvlct NI ONCtiionlcondition. high. ,." .",.. InIIro II IOrel. II 0.01019' P1100 PR 3.0154. '65 DODGES S-5J i-Door Hordtop. Fulry I

A borgaln it II U. Mn.Ctrlton ... sliding' 450,5. 1101. 75111 I 55,04 ._. DELAY aqulppad. factory oir.' '61 VALIANT
7010 11
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4HM ______ low .111141, 1250, 701010 Conditioning, : 63 BUICK
PINAL CLOSf OUT on Wlllpapv, 01410 TV 50,000 Mil. SEE 'EM TODAY 2.dnor Iwdlop V20o. Au'omallc tran.-
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66 MI. f r por 2895
HARPER PAINT CO. I I IPSO PLYMOUTH Warranty 4.door Spclol station wagn". S'ondard mlIlon. rodeo, "' 0"', Shore

WIHCHISTIII ,111. 2/:30 unMm. II IW 7IH It Pnma PR tOUHORSCMAN i 4-Ooor, llona. Trano. Myl.lulra ,
Cloon In food inopo JH THE"DODGE SHAWICEETER I $895
Llk.oW condlll' 014 CNIP Old.obil-
11 .3211. prow c .. iwn 1250 7734711 63 ranlml.on$1645
mil 101 MM IJI toni wida ana'atl i'64 CHI IIOL'T IMPALA w.. BOYS"POOLEGABLE "
GAO WALL 'U'N"CI MM 124.04 nil llhn hold13 Conditl.n.' 88" 4-Ooor Hardtop '
OIL CI.CULATING H.ATIII or 0 31'*). HUM kMInK car. 1 er.'Pin :&:'I'100404 with & Fully aqulppad Including
316.1551 ry Ill COM. All txc*. cona.compi .."... $200. 3112717.P0R AT fllr-tOBHItioxino. '61 IMPERIAL
tuttii n7i riiKo.movla .
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LAROI POOL TAILI FOR IALI. I IALI 1051 I 4007 d 10'1 1good 59 PONTIAC I
"" Poll Now 15 mm Toch.lcOI. SMN, N Nlerslod ull 70 ; 2795 Cr01W 4.door II.rdlop. Paw" 11"110.Co'ollno. .

PMn. FR 2-5120. prawdar hua (mba win, mink purchaia' lockotby aloutumn !-1053. PrlctloIX MOTORSII -- -I 4 door. 011011.. w1Oon. POW", DQW" brokss. rodeo, """.'. 5401010105SN1,1Q

OO-KART cl...n i lit .d. COM 010.01Now York fu,r 11 ,. 1959 OLDS 4-dr. hardtop 238 W. UnlvonltyPhono I 63 j power bruk.s. rodeo, lltol", lran."IOII' .,r-condIIiOll'nG.' A buoull.lr .
IM y... old tngai' I Itrxtwmotor Colt 11300, lily I4M com. Phont I II. 1ST AVI. Chrysler I
Power and air. $695. Ph. 01 cOIIdlhoninl!. a vial, buy, lot car.
M... a llttn" boy i Chrlir.IBM _444.31.3 altor 4 '.M. woOdoyo, 172-4)41 FR 6-5371. I "300" 4-Door HordtopAir.eondltionlmj .
372-39)1.
37J-4JH any 4.lmuRi'i i I
dippyl
FOR the llord ol hwrlnj or Kma $1045 $1895
( 'Hi l .... Ilk. to 05100O0 I IIIAR1 1510 _. 1000 FALCON W,.. r.4N 5 ho'" -- - ------
40 wnll '. II.N : :
HO :H3HO YOU. lily 51511. $400. ",,. CRANELINCOLNMERCURY

"Train-II cirfc 4 (..1.... loll 0'.111. touring AId. 12$ N. toI.IRII M4 CMIVROLIT Impolo, M.
4 toll ft iccworlH. 41 X rHyoot HOtlLIKI White wltll blocK Intorlar. V-l, obvtholloor > 6 ChIYroT.tIt
t tngimi run at ..... NEW, UMNI !Codoll Piny I Liko now. 'IU. PR
Phont OT-Mn. ..... Artu aoa ,..''KI... 14.4.rlo11 'OU" PR 4-tSSl. Alf 4.Doot Sadon. IS.evllnd.r. i EXECUTIVE CARS

COMPAC milna MKhlM. UHOU, .n ,50. 11OC'Ie h_ loll Polo RANCH WAGON. AIcona automatic tram.million .
imdi Mtmtlcn, 51$. ... violin er U. 710010 "."... .. evil "....., R 4 N. ION SAFE BUY powar Itatrlng'
bow *.d ...., gold BUylnf ....... typoorlhtr with mlioo coil ownor $130Mw, will ... Balance of 5 50,000 mile
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und, Ci FR 4IPICIAU -..H. pioiilc COM usi "'.tom,,, elomh toll fOr ut !. Call muil.H radio or year warranty
ilia IM4 .... 1 lVon..... USED CARS
., $1595
PLYMOUTH
lOLl < .1. 17 ptrhundrta 1007
; of II 50 i..f dO.... W.ll Pnon m.7m. W05m11o I w11wmlIolol. 0004 '64 4.door Crown power .tHIIII. power br.kes.
rootM (flvtitor AIIIM Nurtry Polo ..,-. Block llwo ,ICATII.Ii dill., till I 516 S. MAIN ST.S IMPERIAL .dlo end h.., ,
.1'.co"ditlo"I"I.
Hrltton. ..,.,201. .. II M N.",, Now. art-JItI. Buick power
378-2803 64 i 15011, windows' estenootic pilot I 3,000 i.ct1el
r BOY I pool Holt, I cim, bun PONTIAC llroltM I. Ifli 'U power .
.. CHIVY 'II CHIVY IIUl '41 c Mr. Iridlcy. Mr. Hart. Mr lark.' l. Sobra 4-Ooor StotlnnWoQon. I : SAVE 1900
US. l rl Mopidc01Nr 115. "UT"UL rod .11. 10111000 $110000r0.l I .dig. . ,
toll tar 1100 ...... 1747M4tiler .1.. 0. Worn ..... C11/ PONTIAC" Itrolotrt, I. 25. '1| Phone 9-Pouanoar, Fullyiqulppad ,
I PM .,Ie.. lia. PR MUII.pooronca II 4 ,.. AI Morton lorvlct Ho FR 2 3631 Including, 01,. I

1 C, HOWILITI uw with ..hrl U'IIIGHT Nina "0..Ib.11lon" III UI ..' YOU Y- OPEN EVENINGS c..d"'nnlno' '64 PLYMOUTH Fury .db o el, OUIOm tPUC$50 $.".
boo. for nit. Will t<*. tin ar .0.011000 tom, 5.107' .014 10 ILANTON lom IROI.Auta ar '$ ,,.
trxM tot CHI 4M-1IIO toIlo- $3750
car
wltn bullM aompciMMr.
_0ft0". 1171 Ktnmara oioc.rango. HWY oil NorltlHlgn radio h.otar. Actual 4ZCO miles $900
K..NMOKI AuKmulle Hi Ma olHlItBchmtntl ..... 17.4bll.lw lp.lngi 451441 SAVE
MnoBny coln tiIf Poioroid arlnl topior tar chiv101 Moor knpola II, 63 Oldsmobile
"".''''Ioolon. 11810 t
G.M.C.PICKUPS
0150!OI2t 50w13 "clio 171. 70011 modoll, ..03.*. 5B, 111 III..... 1001 "00% PI 1 ,.. wcolloM condklion. "88" J-Door Hordtop 500. 100101108. '...
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.AR.1I" TV'I dOn .Iolhot n1* 4 P M. Power Haarlng. ., .
5. 11001 sod u... Can 57J.mt. rnrllo haatar. SAVE 1400
MUTT IILL 1157 Mercury, 4 Or.4ordlop. tronnliII$0 el.uJtdi.lo"I" .
'hono Two aoch oil tvoo IOKO he.,. RIH, .014 tlrot VIS & VANS ."tomo"c ,
'IIH511."UNIUtIIlIAIl' $2575
am ".011O ITU III ooch arIwa ...... .
coin boil Phi? J7J-
loc 117.N. Phont 171 Ml 0151L.av1n5 or 4.do., ...,dto,. ,.W., .,..,1"1.ndl. .
Now toll o that ",5. Plotformruckon oHor P M only, ONLY
111' UNd "... ilovoiI coonlry, must soil 1104 61 Comet :etPIYMOUTHoooFury .. h..tIP.
.M .'", circuiting Malan III 69 .*..1 Oil 6 WaadaFIREWOOD PON7IAC IONNIVIl.il Hard. SAVE $1000
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up Proo D.II...,,. fop lodon loodod will / -Door, S.don. Stondardtranimlxlon .
WILLI"MII.II"ICI CINTIRMuwlhornt IOM ",I. IM por cant warranty. ,
REASONABLE 1 I .
Rd. 17117MCCULLOCH PR o-mtallorl PM 1 ,

t CHAIN lAWt now PHONE FR 6-378S .41 CHIVY Wogoo, rodlo, tula.motic. I $995
and uud Myan Powor Taolo Inlra M Loom Wooovw ana M. C....... PR I..lot' altar '61 OLDSMOBILE '60 VALIANT
IM NI Ittlt" "... IAROAINPlorldo IM ".M. -

... Myon for ....... Toolt. Tol. lictlllor PR 4-M7I I Will '*] Comot 0-L5 4 H._, _. lion! 62 Ford III 4.donr Sedan u'omallc 'tonlml.. 4.dnor Nation waOOtl, 9 pa'f. Au'a.II" .

WDOD 701 04.1. 15514.1 110I1..., condition mokt an MoltNII 4-Door i 00010/. i 11I0110 $ren/ml5S0n 1.5Eo, Mote,, .If'
, PINS PIRIWOOD for by Tuoo Phona PR 4liH.locrlika foirlono 500" rodl$. ". povr..I'1 paa4. .
, 50.04Ph.nI PI'35003 omoum cut la ardor. c.f: V-8 Stondord tran.mli Or brolln 11.01 old co,. condl'an'fI'' : 'I '

I V nionnM.. II lingl tlock OJ ar 4IMI1I, Corp.Irks lumbar 4 woodPruorvlnfl RIPOISIUIONI THAN ORDINARY PICK-UPS > VANS lion MA/n h...,... $845
, auwiia IIKK HIM compOto HI*. 44 l..cor-I: I Or. MT A.T. V4 $1295
Ill Vovm 4t NW m AM 'M Or. R4HU 51395
70 laara Marina. Egoip.aRP'b0TISIID'i10fol"Wffl. : Moloor I Dr., ol, PI R 4Mot TROPICAL PONTIAC
ITDI', Mercury I Or. MT. Alt, bwkotM "

, 1III".....1 Clirltimn Mr HI*.immv w_an, IMH.lilg anInct NII M 10.4. fOr 101190, ........ 100,4 lukk II?4 0004.0,. MT. tlactra, lataMPora > G.M.C. Truck Confor 63 Chevy II 61 RAMBLER
up/ 111 ui Oryor. 141Import .... '
372-6510. 45.Cvllnrlar : 61
u. appllMKt _I'. A-l 4 0'. AT. I (II., I' 220 N.W. trh Avt. Nova 4-Donr Sadon Volkswagen
: HANOVMAN IHOP PR 4-..> OINIP.AL PINANCI CORP 171- antnmollf tram 4..... Nolan wagon, P w1 $0110190.
I..Gi.. round bobbin dltatrlaibia. 71 Camp-If sot.lluh/ _till 711 N Moln.. mlulori w..*n h.
"" awiipood' fa Ha loo,. IIWINCTON aunt tar. ult n MIN 51795 .1'.CMdIlrt9., 745

"monotrom-y ,501500.4 ovorcait,4 many.......00...,. twee inol 0430 rlllo 0104.01.. n onto.Will rlno....."II 44 5001 Iloct,.. 4 aoar karO I THESE AUTHORIZED ::1 $1145
u 1711 or Ml .."' Goo," LotWwof bM 011., I1'l-m. fop thit ana tioi avarytfilnf VISIT
Matltina Co. Pnona tit- only' "1'". 62 Tempest
4O 4314.O0
71 Mulled MaraliaadlM 4-d 4-Doop Sadon. AutomotltrommUilon
0ANI tO sy NN olodl VN MELTON MOTORS '
J 15110.111005. EavOohI00/Ip, N5.N IIIIUST lo" 5014 .'100 1 041 Warronty Dealers radio, haot '61 RAMBLER 60 RAMBLER
1 71000. 000.1/000 CwA4.. 4W-I52I, IM N. MAIN IT. PR 17171Voluo ".
. 0011WILSON'Sgiv5,4EXCHANGE af Ma at ma comor W WoMaPollrood 4. I 2.440.10 "CIft00". '" R.d/s/ 005011.
." h. 101050 'R _". W m w..... B & G MELTON $1395 4.door Mdo". Autlie Iran.mltlCIII, R.ol 45010
,edlo. hoa.r' 011011' gar.
A IAUTIPI/L .101141 5111 011.11 MOTOR CO. INC. MOTORS

,. SINGERSLANT0MATIC I .111I tar ISIS I. MO.0000 Call ltd PRUP mclN 11130. 00104. RaUd 2001 NW HIM .,... 701 N. "' ... I'.... -56 Oldsmobile- $845 $495

n J.1411 FR -7J7l
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p4ono vory food COHon. "
.. 4-Door Sadon. Pow
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55. T .....01.. lwrp af 11 14 r 1 I n o. aurnrxatN!
1918 NE 7th St
...... 41011, out atl'4. MONK lot' ot BerG MOTOR CO. CRANE POOLEGAMELincolnM.rcury tranmtiMlon, !radio hoot '
60 T.BIRD 59 CHEVROLET
0.000115. 1001 150 $010005. 1.4,4 SPINET ORGAN
-.. ... Pay boN IIM orlot R4pm.o'0.d 01005000101 Camilla Olduiaklta. MOTORS tr, V.I
up pay._ at V aar mo.MOWIINOI Noowma balancaiDONT 2001 NW 111 St. 101 1. Un''.."." A... II It SI lit Aa.FR $395 AufIC t'.I". IOtr $00ain0. 2.dnnr, Sionderd $."",, '"IOft, ...,11".
0,100.33470 coI'05.wrIN 0'.11'JIo1My Coos$01 'so 4001, --,. It 2.4251 I 2-4J41 VOWS b,..... ro4lo. hea''. de", radio II.....,.
011001 M""C co. "
e11r1SSolIN $11s00mg C01.. $1245 $495
uPwxiiiRyCholri. 3031141 GAINESVILLEAUTO WERS RIOGWAYMOTOR 56 PontIac
low II M. Na monovnown I II
low oo M por monHi BUY A SALES MOTOR COMPANY COMPANY 2."""" Sarlon .Autnmntictrontmnnlon
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K towa WILLOW GROVE, Pa. (AP) ly announced be will contest the maintaining wild animals I n How To HoldFALSE

Alclngton Township Commissioners new law aU the way to the u.s. the township. Violators face a TEETHMore
have passed an ordinance Supreme Court If necessary.Sautter' fine up to '300, or five days;
; to get rid of HowardSautter' vow was made in Jail Firmly In Place
A pet lion, Leo. Sautter :last week after the com- Passage of the ordinance was Do rear by ffclM uipplnK tMth.dropping unnr t u..4.rawMmM oi,.
has until Dec. 27 to comply. I missioners adopted an ordinance the latest development In a dispute .bOg when you ..., taua" or telkf
iprlnM a llttl PAOniTB on
Sautter, however, immediate-J banning keeping er that began six weeks ago foot.pl..tM.Tlill alkaline"",..-.!iai
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MATCHTO hold utb man IInn'lJ'
when the commissioners declared and mar* -omfnrtebly Ma rummy.pA .
I College for Sale: $1.5 Million I Leo a public nuisance, toocjr. Clwrki putTUM'pint or rMlInt odor (Dam denturebrMtb. notnur
and told Sautter to get rid of ), 0.. STEKTH. coda M
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CARTHAGE!:, HI. (AP) southwest of Chicago in Car- him. A petition signed by' 55 Any ,.b_
Write your own check for $1.5 thage, population 3,500, the seat
million and you can buy a col-
of Hancock County.
YOUR legs 37 buildings on 44 acresThat's .
Buildings date from threestory
what the advertisementsays
In somo newspapers Old Main, a Victorian structure -
MORTGAGE around the nation. I completed In 1871, to the
/ It', the campus abandoned austere chapel-music hall builtIn
this year by Carthage College, a 1951.
Lutheran institution which The school plant Is being of-
A Woodmen of the World Twi.Wif moved to Kenosha, Wis., to follow -I fered for sale by Previews, Inc, Nt'':A
Mortgage Prol.ctlOlP'II' \ can provide a shift In the population a national clearing house for 14W
cash for one ol the finest gifts ..center of its controlling\ synod. real estate with offices In New PfD
j s HIM ten leave hi i famiy-e The deserted campus site 1 York, Chicago and other major
home, free and clear You also get bleak( and lonely 250 miles cities.
'1 the added protection of permanent UF lIon orarics I
lilt 'Insurance that Mill continueeven K'' 'a 4 y jr a j 'f6.0f
altar your mortgage I It paid. These three students were among 73 at the University of Florida tapped,
Make a quick call today find for membership this week in Phi Kappa Phi, the national honorary scholastic
out the low cetI/ your case and fraternity. They are, from left, Richard Duscnbury of Gainesville, Florence RATS f ; x
get the fun story an Woodmen of Berllnghoff of Miami Beach and Horace C. Gordon of Tampa. Offering congratulations
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fraternal the World and outstanding social benefits.program of to the trio Is Byron Spangler, right associate professor of englnetrlng -' \MTHru.sA.
and vice president of the local Phi Kappa Phi chapter.
WILL eo *K'I +' Si trA
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I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In 1944 President Frsnklin $IooO.Oooooo.OO.1n this'Yea, tdv \:

Today Is Tuesday, Dee 15,I D. Roosevelt signed a pension food borne; property, humans and live stock. Rot- t !\\O,
I bill benefitting widows of World Balsam Scotch Pint diseases have killed more humans than
) t the 350th day of 1964 There are War veterans. Native Cedar all the wors' In history for sofa 'scientlflc
.... 18 days left in the year.;, Ten years agoPresident All Sixes Reasonable pest control you con depend on FPC. ,
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6 PIWW VMIM ,10 amendments to the Constitution -!strength.Five O.IDA 'UNDIA or GRADUATE DIRECTION A LOOK FOR LETTERS TO SANTA
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the Bill of Rights became Charles years de Gaulle METH. CHURCH INTOMOLOGIST I EVERY DAY TIL CHRISTMAS IN THE
effective with ratification returned to 826 N.W. 23rd BLVD. S |
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republics of the French. NO SUNDAY SALES Phone
On this date I One year ago '';= Cambodia x376.2661 a .
In 1890, the Sioux Indian closed Its embassy h London A Project: of ,
chief, Sitting Bull, was shot and withdrew Its staff Methodist Men
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PAUL M. HIRNDON. PIC the Germans at the Battleof
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