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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
Alternate Title: Sun
Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Gainesville Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
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regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00079931:00251
 Related Items
Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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89th Year, No. 140 GAINESVILLE, FLA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE SOc 1
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City of
These studies show Major Ernesto (Che) Guevara, Cuba's economic expert: listen past .
ing to a debate on the Congo situation In the United Nations General Assembly to
yesterday. Guevara, who was the target of last week's attempted bombing of the alive
U.N. will probably remain here at least until Friday the CIt)


Girl Breaks Down .OT ..Stand Utilities an any
to da !

I Describing Assault at TrialBy can titian which onl 1

Interest !
the Clt r
BILL HAGER any money. I shook my head Alachua County Health'Depart utilities.
Sun Staff WriterA no. I couldn't talk because he ment. I .
sobbing 18 year old was choking me," she related. Accompanied by a friend nor / l
girl identified Randolph Pitts Then the assailant "shoved"her Mrs. Frank Beasley, she drove CEBIIAJtI11'e
Jr. Tuesday as the man who around the corner of her around the block, then went
raped her behind a Gainesville apartment building, where "I Into the health center and call should
hotel Sept. 8 In the first day ed Gene
guess I blacked out for a sec Watson, University of outside
highlight of the state's case ond. I was lying on the ground, Florida police Investigator has
against Pitts In Alachua Coun- but I don't remember how I Watson arrived at the health :3S years /
ty Circuit Court got there," she added. center soon after receiving the by the
Pitts, a muscular 23 year. Breaking out In tears, the call, and took the girl to the utilities.
old Gainesville Negro, appear. victim was unable to continue county jail, where she twice 'We
ed unconcerned as State Atty. her story. After a brief pause, Identified Pitts In a police of .
Ted Duncan conducted the victim during which Duncan urged lineup. water
on a step by step account her to "compose yourself and Defense attorney Gene Whit- a
of the assault. tell what happened," she completed worth, during cross examination the (
The girl told Jurors In response her testimony. attempted to show the victim .
to Duncan's questioning, She said the attacker held had cooperated voluntarilyin for the / /
that she was hanging clothes her on the ground with h Is the assault. The girl admit- line and :
on a line outside her apartment arm on her throat and 1 then ted her assailant was unarm- ing
when she felt an arm go assaulted her "I couldn't help ed, but asserted she had resisted to I
around her neck from the myself. He was choking r:.. his advances.Mrs. Inferred
rear. He was so strong and I was Beasley was the only that
She said the arm, which she scared. I never was able to other witness to take the stand exerted
was able to Identify as that of speak even when I got up.I Tuesday She related her partIn '
a Negro, choked her, preventing was scared," she repeated, Pitt's apprehension. ty
her from screaming. !tears flowing down her cheeks. Most of the first day was such
"He told me not to holler or She said she saw the rapist occupied with the selection of !
(See
scream. He asked me If I had one week later In front of the (Se, GIRL I. Page tl) (! )


Duke Has Surgery, Complete Recovery Likcly ( 1 i


HOUSTON, Tex. (APThe blister on the wall of the former yam was as large as an orange I
Duke of Windsor underwent a British monarch's aorta artery, and needed to be removed." '

delicate 17-mlirote abdominal "rjr. DcBakey was pleased "The duke Is regaining con- )",
operation today and a hospital with the operation said Tom sclousness and will be going f fr
"
spokesman said a complete re- Fourqurein, an associate adback to his room about noon," .
covery Is anticipated. mlnlstrator at Methodist Hospi- Fourqurean said. !

Dr. Michael DeBakey, world tal. When asked If full recovery I II I s7o
famous cardiovascular surgeon "For Dr. DeBater, this was expected, Founjurean replied\ : .
removed a Urge aneurytsma routine even though the aneur"It Is anticipated."



Defense Rests Without Witnesses ;

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In Surprise Move in Miami Trial ( I


MIAMI (APThe mey made kit surprise announcemeat.
for Richard Worthington en .
trial for the murder of his foster Testifying tit the prosecution,
mother, rested sis case today Gebbsrdt. an amateur weigjtt- : t I
without railing a single! wit lifter, said the hoe had beaten !
ness. Mrs. Angela (Asa) Worthington !
Attorney Albert Schrsder Jr. r, wbb sn Iron bar last Aug. 7, (
walked bio the courtroom en -I followed Richard Into the !
this, the second day of the trial bedroom, and Angela came as : !
w and quickly announced that the and I DM her" Gebbardt lesti.fted. .
r defense rested. She fell back Into JUcn.anfi .
arms. Tbra Richard Wk
The sUte's key witness. Joel .
.r all er sevco-auybe Is- ; /
Obhardt tosUrwdTsesday\ Out
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tames with an Ira tor.
Worthingtoti held the crashed '
Later, be said "we wanted
dill ef his faster mother to a
JUke sbe
to H appear Bad
..4woirrImi pad ef water to take a drewkng. *- ......." "
Wortungtoa. S-year. hf aoL
Circuit Judge Pat Cannon was JPa| itUdtPC fe KCUICQ M |B0r. .
expected to sastract the )any .later drill Ms faster: mofter. Mr*.
Hue morning. B called a Ww&ingM'i body stag 1 with: .
cT0N brief recess after Sckrider See TRIAL es Page SI
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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. I Ted Kennedy Walks From Hospital




'Dickinson Hospital In nearby

I By CORNELIUS P. HURLEY __ _, d __ ._ ___ In obvious good humor, Sen he walked from the hospital to Northampton.By .

1 BOSTON (AF-Sen.) Edward Kennedy told the throng outsidethe the waiting automobile.thank the the end of November he

M. Kennedy, D-Mass., walked Injured Senator Fulfills hospital door: Kennedy paused to who treated was able to take a few tentative

out of a Boston hospital todayto "It just so happens that I doctors and nurses Dickinson Hospital steps in his room

the lusty cheers of some 600 have a speech here which I nev- him at Cooley Kennedy's months In the hoe

persons who stood In freezing Promise; Crowd CheersWith I er delivered In Springfield, I and at transfer.He the Boston. hospital pital have been busy. He took

temperatures to wish him well. can read it to you now." after his an additional room which
over
By walking without help Is planning to be in Washington into an office. A tele-
through the door of New Eng his wife, Joan, Kennedy an orthopedic frame for most of Some of the crowd, estimatedby Jan. 4 for the opening of I was made with two hospital .exten-

land Baptist Hospital, he fulfilled strode to a waiting automobile I the six months since his plane police at about 600, had stood the new session of Congress, phone, outside lines was

a promlde to be home by which took them to Logan International crashed In western Massachusetts in degree temperature for when he and his brother, Rob slons and two

Christmas, recovered from a Airport and a planefor as he was en route more than an hour to greet the ert F. Kennedy, senatorelectfrom Installed.. did one more thing:

br ken back suffered In a plane Palm Beach, Fla !:rom Washington the state Dem- senator.' New York will take their Kennedy getting,out of bed,
without ever
crash June 19. He had been Immobilized in ocratic pre-primary convention. They cheered and clapped as sets''In the Senate' I re-election for a full
he won
Injured In a
Kennedy was term'ln the Senate by the greatest -
crash In a Southampton apple
More About plurality ever given a Massachusetts -
9 Students orchard. I
bitmrit candidate for the
of the
out
Ht dragged
was

in UF 1 Utilities 'Of W.N arri__n. w hmtrerout. wrecked plane, his legs dangling Senate, more total than poll 1.1 of 2.3 million mil-
-. Guilty .. on 11I1. helplessly, and was taken votes in a

MRS. NEVADA SAPP by ambulance to the Cooley- lion.

Grid MeleeNine From Page 1 ARCHER-Mrs. Nevada -.

students from the University ( Sapp, 80, died in a Gainesville
of Florida were found any employee or representative of this county. If private Industry hospital Tuesday after a short B I
of our company and contact should be forced out of the illness. '
In Municipal
Tuesday
guilty with the State Road Department area through unnecessary municipal She was a native of Middle- .75..rarr
. the
Court of charges related to .Af"IIt! ...
'":' riot Dec. ( following the ur does not indicate any pressureby utility expansion, the tax burg, she had lived here the
any ono nor any indicationthat payments of such utilities to the past eight years. ZONESA
Louisiana
football victory over rival y .
' road county would be eliminated aid ",. cloudy ..* warms \\1
Tech. the permit was going She was a member of the Wil- uldlY. Low..' W"1 .1
Itiroogll
took to be summarily cancelled. the school system will suffer llston First Baptist Church. .. ThurMiy In 110 Mi.loothtntwiy .
About 3,000'itudenta
part Of the wind 10 I. N knob ..:. .- -
accordingly. course expansion
,
It also extremely shockingthat four Ozie
in the riot, roaming streets near was Surviving are sons, BCD Fair and warmer .
..,..., the university, tearing down this would be done withoutan of the municipal systems of Lakeland Elisha of Tampa through Thursday. Low tonight F 0

.... signs and trees and feeding open meeting of the full City will not contribute one J. V. of Ocala and T. J. of 45 to 52. High thurs-
cent to county taxes. One need
and threatening Commission. Gainesville; five daughters, winds :
them Into bonfires day 65 to 72. Easterly
look further than Duval _.
no to .
Mrs. Aullie Blitch of Archer -
raid. "The Florida Power Corporation miles hour becomIng -
a panty t to 15 an
- Three students wert found In- has been a good citizen: in County where recent discredl- Mrs. Carl Lewis and Mrs. M. southeast and south 15 to I.
and the Gainesville area for many tatlon of schools emphasizes the L. Lewis of Williston, Mrs C.
.. nocent of charges two 20 miles an hour Thursday. .,
.... cases were continued to next years. We have been influentialIn importance of adequate tax sup W. Crenshaw of Ocala and IPPilr .... wirmtr tonlgMnd H
port for public schools Low tonight it t* ,o. .
this Mrs. T. J. Hilton of Utica, TKurM
Tuesday due to Illness of at bringing to area a num- High Thurmiy Ml Hw 7M iM'Plylnd '
"It inferred In the a.a
.' ber of fine Industries as a reg- was Miss.: one sister, Mrs. E u nle I to IS milM M tour Mum.Ini
torneys.
Four students pleaded guilty ular part of our industrial promotion Gainesville City Commission Smith of Ft. Myers; 30 grandchildren HuHwnlirly_ Pal ir md ThurMiyB w,,.,,,.,. tntlgftt and ",
meeting on Monday night that and 31 grandchildren ",urod.y. Low tonight tot MM* and. -s=,t0ya
great
and were fined $50 or 30 days. program as good neigh there relationship low .H M IK"* .Mach ...tap Hindi
was some Improper -
..
..
They were John Alex McRae bors.. between II to It mllw M Hour bKwnln ,11- GAINESVILLE WEATHER
our ''
w.. CAP Wlraphotp tf tit Inn) Jr., 17, of 307 East Hall, Dennis "Our company has been a the Alachua County companyand Utilt d'5'm Municipal Airport" r readings

William DeBord, 22, of 214 substantial taxpayer In Alachua ties Inc."There. Sarasota throuon Thundoy tow tonight U MM for 24 hours to t am.today .

; Undercover Requests NW 14th St.: Enrique Escarrsz, County, assisting in the supportof Hlglt 10 to Thundiy II mOO II ,tt n Dour 10. (booming nlirlywindi : High 59 degrees at

20, of 116 NW 7th Ter. (ten days all the County functions including are no secrets attached Advised On "u1M..N rIn ThurMay 2 p.m.; Low 38'degrees at
Three-year-old Jody Teeters of Marlinsville, Ind.. the fine school system to Florida Power Corpor.tlon's ] K -- trtly/ cloudy' and mild
? sentence suspended), and Harry TlwrKUy La tonight 7' to 71. High 10 p.m. Rainfall None.
took tim to check the Inner working of Santa William! Sudul 19 of 110 NW part In assisting In providing HomesteadsTALLAHASSEE TiwMiy sewn M,. Intorly' wind ALMANAC '
_7 while presenting her Christmas requests to the jolly other essential utilities II to M ntIM ,n hour, McontlnaMuthMttwIy lunitt today I U p m.aunl. .
' 8th Ter. (APProtlems ) ) 10.to IS inns in Hour .. tomorrow 7.l' .mMoonwl .
et'; old fellow( In an Indianapolis( department store More AboutHOllsing It is a matter of public record Thune.yT.MP.nATsoeaILsIWessI tomorrow .... .. I:30.m.
:' Five students pleaded Innocent long before last Monday, that arising from the special Pull Moon and .,.,.1 tcp" ., Iho
,
Tuesday
but wertf found guilty, Florida Power Corporation cooperated homestead exemption for Sarasota Jicktonvlllo : L asMi. Pre" Moon Sirius. rlwi .......... .r<.rW 5:21"y night p m.,
HOLIDAY They were sentenced to $50 and County should be resolvedIn ..,) It Q'OIft .VI1IBLI' PLANITISotum
in it ...
making possiblefor
,. t IB 04 p m
61 IIAll. o |
ten days, or 50 days In jail, quality water and sewer line with the Constitutional ..,. N 2' Jupltor, :01gh' In ooultiwtlt II;a p mMon :
..Mn. John F. Kennedy andher with the ten days suspended on amendment setting it up, Atty. Now Orlionl N ., riu. .. 17:1 3 :m
to service to be provided by Investing Now YorkWllhlngtm J6 U ""* run ..:KSYTDe"mTtiundiyHgD :
children are expected payment the fine Gen. James Kynes said. close ,
of They are to 21
waive In U Qulnta, Calif, this From 1 / In the Alachua County ,.. Worth U ., I:01 ,."'. and II:54p
Wallace Leland Coe, 19, of 327 Page In an advisory opinion to state ,
Utilities, Incorporated. This In- LM Angiln 70 4 m Low ot 4 27 m and 4:" p.m.
Weekend to spend the Christ- NW 15th Ter.; James Lawrence vestment is secured by a first comptroller Ray Green, Kin 1
>: aa vacation with her sister, (l9 Shroads, It, of 909 South Hall, plained that he was "tied up" mortgage recorded at the Court said Tuesday the constitutional I 5-Day Forecast I

Princess Lee Rad/iwlll rA,1 W (no ten days sentence) Miguel Members of the commIssion amendment ratified Nov. 3 au-
House in Gainesville in official
,'John P. Elsbath, a Los An- told Wlnn were not Informed Temperatures will\ average Warming trend will begit
.. Ave. they thorized
Posada, 18, of 1311 NW 1st ; Sarasota County to tax
record book 302 13. This is
:-roles Investor, has made his of his reasons tor not attending page normal to three degrees above Thursday and Thursday night.
: Jack Jenkins Farrell, 20, of 1428 the first $2,000 of property value
investment by the stockholders
\ an normal. Normal highs 65 to 72 I will be one
:. 250,000 home available to Princess the meeting until after Precipitation quarter
NW 2nd St and Alex Van Der for school only.
[ of the and it has purposes I
RadzivrlU. the housing code was consider company In the north; 70s in the'louth. to one half Inch mainly It
of 1904 University The shifted
Stcgen, 20, W. change the $3,000
for
effect rates
no on
Mrs. Kennedy Is expected to ed. company Homestead Normal lows 45 to 55 'In the the north and most likely over
Ave. Exemption to $2,000to I
had ask
;accompany her sister from New electricity. If anyone north 55 to 65 In the south the weekend.
:York City. Found Innocent of chargeswere Wlnn has remained silent en ed us about this, we would have $7,000 value range.Hospital ,

Thomas John Taylor, 19, his position on the code to date, readily provided the details.

of 2012 W.. University Ave.; Lar- despite his references to the "The foregoing Investment t Treat

ry Robert Clark, 20, of 1318 NW need for a housing code in his was made after considerable i

3rd Ave t and Julian Charles commission race early this vestigation/ of the capability ol For Christmas Viz EM ACS.

Heath, 18, of Tolbert Hall, UF. year against Dr, Edwin Andrews the management of the Alachua Alachua General
Ifospita
Cases involving John frede- ft ,H S County Utilities,' Inc. We found I will boost patient's spirits during CHRISTMASGIFT e

lop wlrophott tt ttit Inn rick Ruggles, 19, of Sledd Hall, 3-1 that the management of t h 11, the holiday season by servo
Ford Motor Company board UF, charged with reckless driv- The code was approved firm was In the hands of highly, RAt
ing and
fruit cake
egg
chairman Ford II and Maurice M a I w.11 on Its first reading Monday nog ,
Henry ing, men. It was determined that Dr. each !
reads a statement to the press Weaver Jr., 22, of 1904 W. University night. Mayor Howard! McKinney responsible, capable business. The day. SUGGESTIONS
refreshments to bt
are
y In Detroit Tuesday at the annual Ave., facing two disor- opposed Its passage.Richardson's David Smith, president and engineer .
served members hospital
by of the
year end news confer derly'conduct counts were con call for the final of that corporation had! ./
ence. Ford said that as good tinued to next week. vote was blocked by Commissioner been the engineer for the City ol auxiliary Hospital visitorsalso

a year as 1964 has been, Ford Most charges were for disorderly Alan Sutherland, who'Gainesville for several years I will be treated to tin

Motor Company anticipates [ conduct. said he intended to vote for the during the design and Installation goodies, but none will be allowed

that 198J will be an even better code on Its second and final of extensive water and newer : to eat after visiting

-4 1 year for the automobile From Page 1Burns reading but disapproved of utility systems. In fact, he, hours. 1 i'' tSrry

Industry and for the economy. waiving the rules that call for was still serving In that capaci

See story on Page .. waiting a week between an ordlnance's ty. We felt that this assuredthe Coin Club
first and second read-
area complete and adxjuatc

Tm FROM MALIThe Ing."You've water and sewerage systems ol f Sets Meeting

$ More About waited longer (on an equal quality to that of the y
.. ("P Wlromwlo. M lilt sun) credentials of Mousss this) than I have," Richardson City itself. There certainly does The GainesvilleCoin CliTlwill I l M.t15N
'-'Mardon Walker, it, under Leo Kelta, new ambassador representative plan under which countered. "This has been on to be hi' meet Thursday at 7:311:
lenience sill months and a from the AfrI- the Legislature was elected. The the burner for( almost a year. not appear any validity p.m. In the Gainesville Cham .
should
the claim that the City
X1.! 00 fine for participating can nation of I voters turned down a constitutional There Is no reason for not getting provide these services to this her of Commerce meeting 3 9N oo _

,..e.Georgia lit In demonntraJ3ion Mall, were amendment containing the on with It and stopping this. outlying area on the basis that room.

prepares a term paper received Tuesday formula forever dilly dallying." "inferIor"' services might be installed Members are asked to bring

on civil rights. Mini WalkerIs night by I.. State Sen. .John Mathews of His request for the final vote and be a problem to the a wrapped Christmas gift of $1 1
sophomore at Connecticut President Johnl l value for the Coin Grab-bag
a Jacksonville partially agreed required approval of four of the city In the future.
College for Women The son at the I. with Faircloth. "We have no f I v. commission members There will be a drawing for a SLIPPERS

...,recent U.S. Supreme Court d.- White House.Kelta constitutional basis but are legally Neither Sutherland nor McKinney "We still seek an amicable 1964 Mint Set. CI-'t IIyIo ...... .n.ryra.
settlement of differenceswith
":flnlon on civil rights, while was seated to federal the our
subject supported proposal. 4"
.-not changing her status maTlerlally among eight ,' court order," Mathews said The code has been under city the city so and that quality State AppointeeTALLAHASSEE "M. a...... oil,....

: has given her cause new envoyswho "Our basis for operation is not commission consideration since service electric,can water be provided sewerage In the (lAP ) R. A ,301TIIS

--'_for hope. called on the Constitution but the special it was commended to the commIssion served RIedel is the new director of the
areas now by our com-
... the chief executive. three Judge federal court. last January for approval pany without any cost to the Florida Securities Commission.

EJECTED NEW GUIDE The three-Judge court was In- by the City Plan Board. tax-payers of the City of Gainesville State Treasurer J. Edwin lar- .

".* Zsa Zia Gab. r'l claim: structed by the Supreme Courtto The plan board's recommendation or penalty to the taxpayers son said Tuesday Riedel's ap- Ltpr..N. ,
that Florida followed mohths of study pointment was effective Jan. 1. Ind,.. Nat
:against the city of Los Angeles see apportioned of Alachua County. ..
-Jtor ("1,000 has been rejected5y President Johnson acted a s I Itself on a one-man one-vote by the planning staff and board "Today It has come to our For the past four years Riedel w .Iid..nd3so.

: the City Council, Whit House guide when a fellow .. basis. meetings. attention that a person representing was hotel and restaurant com- ....... ....... ..

_.The actress filed the claim on Texan came to call Burns said he had made no The city commission held two herself as an employeeof

.the ground that a municipal The President escorted OveU I legal inquiries, but he felt thethe public hearings, referred portions the City Utilities of the City ...... +

'-'crew completed demolition of Culp Hobby, president of I Legislature would be legal. of the code back to the of Gainesville Is calling on our I'2"

.::.her home after it was damaged Houston Post to the west lobby "Every member of this Legislature plan board for restudy and reconsideration customers In the West Park sub missioner.RI 'lILTS:

-hi the disastrous fire that swept and I, as governor, recognize and maintained division in an effort to sell them ..... NAaw.wet
Tuesday to show her a paintingby the code on Its unfinished business \ .
the fashionable Bel-Air districtIn that we are under a mandate electric and water service. In boats ,

1MI.\ the American artist, FredrlcRemington. to accomplish reapportions list for nearly a year my 37 yean of experience with O j .
City officials claimed r Miss It Is on loan from ," Burns said. "I certainly The 53. page code establishes the Florida Power Corporation se 4$1

Gabor Ignored( repeated notices the' Museum of Fin Arts In I Intend to call a special session minimum housing standards we have never had another utiLIty
..4o clear her Houston. to combat unsafe and unhealthy I KNIONT, M'" MILDP.I9 A. Pumrolowvlnt
property. to pirate exist n
on reapportionment Immediately attempt g tor M... MIMrod. A KMfM,
of the housing conditions in customers even though at timeswe .t* Nt h..a.,.. mm M M<. M I
I adjournment
following
; lore About New Zealand regular session" The regular the dIy Commissioners have have been In competition for tit PM pint. OIl Tiwraur.MNnqN CM.t..5 DKOTIMT U, nu.,
.. .. ,
called for a ont year study In Ill wlm a. s. Miws tM
is scheduled to April new customers some areas. ... S
session run Saw < MnfcM. lurlM *N to tororttM 1 t
period to survey lousing conditions In recent years, our companyhas 51... ._ c-. p. :1
Fell Tunneled through May before enforcing the coded WHIUm-TliomM Pw lorUP N
TrialFrom refused to serve customers -
2 It Is approved. ot the of Gainesville who
City n
.
Phil .
Dr. Mil assess Pvw
WELLINGTON. MTV '
New Zealand poll J 4
have requested service to c T Ira tar ..... NaitM* !.. .o w en

: 1'age 1 I(AP) -Mountainous New Zealand To Address More About company, This attempt to take: will nsw. .,.. IWM D,.t It04 I U al*..SWAN.> _, P0Na Sa MEN'3<
....
har ISO railroad tunnels existing customer must inevitably Ourt w.w Ole a OmKvlft JtwIRYiH
OMKHn on MnrictKMl a..ww
:Jiat of her husband, Charles, |one for l'Vl'1l1 miles of tratk Auburn Gratia: result in unsafe, unsightly t* M. MxMty ....-.., _MrIrMlrt ala.w'
fxttr IM racltw 11
was found wrapped In canvas vice and uneconomical duplication Pww.l ... a tae
'On one line In the Southern Dr. Harry U. Philpott, GirlFrom A_. Mrf Sys N.w a Oa4soMAs e M.u
and floating In a south Dude president of the University of I of services and Is contraryto
Alps there II tunnels in.
'canal.Gebhardt.. art Florida will be commencement the public Interest we feel

M, has admitted seven miles. speaker at Auburn I'ni- AlA that \this unethical actionon Gainesville Sun

Baking part In the killing and Among iU rail tunnels New |nlty's fall quarter exercises Page 1 the part of the City Utilities Na
,,
was granted Immunity fromISrosecuUon today 'In Auburn, Ala. department will bt repudla'e.1by PI.bIIINd evdMnpa e.eIO5Sowdoy. a1AaM R-
for testifying for the Zealand claims the longest in I his a Jury. Four hours passed before the City Commission and tre end Sunday ,..o..a. 7 M
Dr, Philpott will discuss mat by ( PV*.
.'ltat.. the Southern Hemisphere -the, [recent obit to South America the 12 man panel was fair-minded citizens of Gainesville ttJwy CMa.ep Nut 0 51

The defense Indicated In the Rlmutaka tunnel on the Auck-. with Florida Secretary of State sworn. 2 Od PToet. Gartwtvill". abrade I
A total of 11 prwpectivt Jurors end stared a Mcand ck>MmattM If size, fit er *yU fa*
Circuit Pat .( eewtbwi cMiliof Mama b
trial before Judge Watrarapa track that la 9 i Tom Adams and other top of (Umtigailoa e at ... Pawl 000' Cannon It would try la show that iftdals of the State who viewed wert dismissed for indicating [records by tW has reveals Out *. Ftonda.ClICUUTMN i>.- ,- ..dudew.fr.na.caf gift ...tiRph It sloe
miles
Worthington didn't want to kin Ill ,yards long. educational and economic development opposition to the' death Florida Power Carp held. a SATIJ IT

hjj foster mother. Now the railways hive announced penalty a poaaiblt sentence aMtfgaft fret tile AUcku CAIIIU C* MAIL W. cater to your good app.arnnc..

--"'This thing defense attorney plans to build another Viet president at the University should Pitts be convtcted. ea.." ItfflUV IM. ht Sue I WMk .41

;3tt. rt Schrader Jr., told tilt sine 1M7, Dr, Philp 01 t The state excused five more SOt. Tat arrttmeal pmldr! N.$5.55

:-jrrry! "was cooked up in theJSnd lung tunnel through the Kalmal 1. earlier was assistant professor jurors and the defense 10, for .ktaa el CM.Mt snare U 0VKlUties AS aol a..crbrl ,s swseb. LjzIII:

: of Joel Gebhardt. mountain range la conned lot religion here before becom- a total ef 33. firm. paid III ed.ence.M .

Metro detective Arthur Leon. Auckland and the Bay of Plenty ing head of the Department of The trial resumed this mornng AlK.... VtfllUet. which ii A..s 5.,- 5'aeuteh.

Tiiit'4 Worthington screamed district Engineers: say they Religion and Philosophy\ at Stephens with tilt remaining six serves aa ana west .f ( MEN'S A
As .r.r.e BOYS' WEAR
-::;"fofglvt( me Angela. Forgive me are not quite certain whether College la 11U. He remained date witnesses due to be call ilOt and want to I Cal"'j N M e.oleoa.

::-Coot: when shown plcturea oJ& ( this Kaimal tunnel will be a there until Its? when ed. The defense plans to call met territory, pledges' a --N....a ca..w. .lei.It04- .-

: murdered foster mother two few yards longer or shorter ht returned to the University our witnesses according toffhitwortb. property *s ctOalenl fr the J 0IMa..n w..5.t1 014 .5.p. 112 W. UNIVERSITY AVENUE

week alter the slaying. [than RirnpUka. lot Florida. ....) M M MNa.r.

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Viet Casualties at Height I I lV Youth Denies 'Heroism' II


J.. MIAMI (AP) George the water was only three feet George was concerned about
SAIGON, South Viet Nam its casualty total In the Viet some other ministers may re Tarn Chau charged Huong had xJ 4 (Porkchop) Stephens, 14, says deep. r what to do with the medals and
(APSouth Vietnamese government Cong bombing of a U.S. barracks -sign. 'tried to split the Buddhists by "' he's not a hero. But others dis He refused to declare himself commendations.

troops last week suffered Monday In Thu Dan Mot. The Buddhist hunger strike creating the Association of General '.' ,;. agree. a hero. I A fund started by country
their highest casualties In First reports said four Americans and last weekend 1 Buddhism. ,} George was one step this side "I don't know if I am or I club golf courses In the Miami
eight months in the war against wounded; the Army today one were of death last month when his ain't," George said. "I did help area to provide a college education
the Communist Viet Cong, a said there were 13. Most of limed at topling Premier Tran I I Tam Chau laid the Buddhists leg became Infected with gan her out. I did Jump In to save I had been started,and to-
U.S. spokesman said today. them incurred only minor Van Huong'i regime. Buddhist would keep up a campaign of grene. He had cut it Jumpinginto her I didn't know how deep the taled more than 1100.
I leader Thich Tam Chau declared -
Government forces killed 550 wounds, the spokesman said. that strikes nonviolence and noncooperation a polluted drainage ditch water was. All I knew was It appeared today that It
today bigger
Communist guerrillas, however, i Two other U.S, advisers were would be planned If Huong, until the Huong government here.near Pompano Park north of Kif e n's In "there and she would continue. Tommy Thom.
compared with 260 of their own reported wounded today In actions "continues his lies and distortions Is replaced. 1 couldn't swim. as, head of the fund drive, said
against the Viet Cong. The story was that he had The revue! story was madeup be
dead.A against Buddhists and his. Earlier Buddhist attempts to 4 he thought the youth was to
South Viet Name government Jumprd In and rescued! IS-yesr- by George, Karen I n dGfOrge' "admired for coming through
total of 185 government attempts to disunity us. oust Huong through demonstrations old Karen Woodward who had Karen .
showed signs of cracking as 500 1 sister to "protect -with the truth without any pressure
troops was killed wounded, and riots failed when the I '
or :fallen Into the ditch and was In' ," "
Buddhist monks and nuns begana Tam Chau, addressing 500 or duress from anyone.
y
the spokesman said.,The figuredid 24-hour hunger strike. devotees inside the Buddhist government sent troops and danger of drowning. I Regardless of George's mod-
not include the battle in An Reliable sources reported that Institute pagoda, said Huongwas police against the rioters. The GEORGE However, yesterday, surrounded esty, everyone else calls him a
Lao valley, where casualtieswere Buddhist leadership is trying to I More Pecans
In hospital bed by med hero.
Phan Tan Clue, education and dictator like
; "becoming a Story Wan Made Up
reported heavy. cultural affairs minister, resigned Ngo Dinh Diem and l Is being re-establish the powerful political als and plaques far heroism His parents, Mr. and Mrs.I Nest If your trees or*
Thirteen Americans were position It held for a time from various organizations, Woyd Stephens of Fort Lauder. proy.rr i Spanish MOM newtCoil
this He in b'lOme
killed In action last week. morning. was helped foreigners. after its major part In the over- Traditional yule logs, early George said it wasn't true. dale, Karen's mother, Mrs. Willis -! FRanklin 6-2661 Jar tree
Buddhists.
with the
disfavor This remark was aimed at the throw of President Diem. Huong Dutch settlers believed, titlmatt*
The U.S. helped Karen, he said, had JumpedInto Woodward of Pompano Park,.
Army also IncreasedNigeria Unconfirmed said CONTROL
reports United States, which has been so far has refused to be pres- keep the devil and other evil the ditch after an argument all say he performed a "heroicact. FLORIDA. CHIMICAl MST CO.COMPANY'S .
giving full backing to Huong. sured by the monks. spirits away. with her boyfriend. And ."



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II CONSCIENCE IIIUA ULDIN .. I ON TilE ,RICH



un OF

Jl BipartisanProposal

TilESOUTIJ ((

JOHN .. HARRISON PrwK.nl Slid
?
'i 1'1I"'AT" COWLS, VIM ,...... a
sir IB JONNION Vice Presided
Florida' Beautiful
eel ImcirtlM 110.0 W. 0. (all)
l Mlt "* Mtf M.wttaMfj .
University City alnet.ryoar: TAHTAaUONbVk WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY, JR. ,

.....1""'"', sad (1",111'-' _", By RALPH By
McGill with Mr. Steve Allen, among
Mltur. In conversation
PrtM
WlMftif hM/M./
THE SUN'S POLICY M It* An...., <*M c nnmtlM iesKSt nius as an en. foc
plessereachievements is his friend-

1. Report the news fully and! Jmportlolly fn the titwf column 1 terta ner, MrXKcS other things prominently,

2. (xpr"t the opinion of the Sun In-but only k.-lditorlola. He ship with m. of left-wing causes. He Is for In-
number
3. Publish oil tide of Important controvinlol l Jesu... IeptHimself c connected with a Committee a Sane Nuclear PollwnlcnlSaccording -

All 378-1411 to the Judgment of at least one of

The Sun's telephones: departments u cy Mr. Allen'l friends, done about as much as any other organ

.
moral and
America's psycho-
talon In America to damage
logical capacity to comprehend the Bomb as an Instrumentfor

and justice. But never mind that.
of peace
'Eyes Tyranny'A Free"I
concrete proposal, and
I put to Mr. Allen a week ago a

few months ago this writer had la the ever-tightening control of the was gratified to have an answer which he gave me permission

Individual am the product of a parson to publish. Namely, that he would 'Join me in approvinga
the pleasure of meeting and talking government over every or Air Command against the
our Strategic
and a teacher wrote nuclear strike by
,
with The Reverend Robert Lenz, pas family. This Is achieved through "in John H. Tunis, as the openIng nuclear: Installations Red China which have recently groundout

tor of the First Methodist Church of spectors" who must approve ff one sentence In his autobiog an atomic bomb.

Bronson, which is the seat of Levy wants to make even minor home or raphy. "Any such person is

County, just west of Gainesville. furniture repairs. You can't move to forever trying to reform or to e"McNomoro THE REASONING Is 'as follows! Red China 'now has the

another house without government educate himself, If no one. atom bomb. She does not yet have an effective delivery sys-

else ." tern; but soon will within, at least, a limited radius. A
who fled Cuba as a approval. You can't make a trip.
,
The pastor according to the estimate
The book is titled "A Measure limited radius, however, comprehends,
Castro refugee in 1961, has an attractive of Independence. John S.P.C.A." of the military expert Mr. Hansen Baldwin, roughly

wife, Ada, and two childrenone But Mr. Lena says the one thing Tunls's life has been that I'm gonna report you to the speaking all of Asia.

of them born in this country. that frightened his wife most were a measure of useful Independence. NATO DODGES TilE CRUX The question before the

( the Communist signboards that How he had the strengthand house Is whether we are morally

Now that Castro's sister Juanita is sprung up on highways over Cuba. will to earn it by the precarious entitled, and strategically

"telling all" before American audiences "The signs consisted of two huge, and laborious business compelled, to abort that
of free lance writing reveal. the Flanks threat while there is yet time.
this nation la at last getting a glowing eyes, that looked as though ed by the story which follows\ Losing We cannot forever prevent

presumably authentic account of life they were staring at, or through you. along with his that of his Red China from manufacturing /

in a country ruled by an arrogant, There were words below them saying mother.At to subvert the bomb. But we could -

unstable Marxist dictator. While These eyes protect the Revolu M, abed! with a wrenched Nets fork ilmm Speidel concludes of the allied: "This forces Inadequacy Africa.Infiltrate But Egypt the United or States significantly delay her doingso

reading about Juanita's defection, we tion. Use them'." knee, she sent her son John By C. L. SULZBERGER could make nuclear war absolutely is undercut by Its allies with by the simple expedient

remembered Mr. Lenz and hit recollections to the library at Boston's Cop- PARIS In the East-Vest In the regard to Cuba and Viet bombing her nuclear facilities
ley Square to fetch her Leo- conflict the West spends necessary ,' whose location we know
power "
agoallthe A native of Cuba the Rev. Lenz of attack. Nam.
three event
of some years an
j pold von Ranke's "History of almost twice as much as the States Is openly exactly; now, at this mo-
United
because they educated In the U. S. (Ashbury Nobody, however, thinks I The
more harrowing are was the Popes. She bad heard East on military protection embroiled with France 0 n rnent. The proposal Is to givea

first-person narrations from one who College.) He was a Methodist pastorIn that Ranke believed it the but the East gains politically. day war Is Khrushchev coming. A announced year ago to-a atomic! strategy much as Rus- two,hour notice to the Red

actually experienced a tyranny Cuba at the time of Castro's take duty of historians to describe This Is the central Issue reduction of 600 million rublesin sia Is embroiled with C o m- Chinese that we Intend to de-

I which Is making the George Orwell over and, at first, thought Castro things as they happened.She that should be facing the Russia's military budget. munlst China. And, to the un- stroy these facilities, and so
wanted to read him.SHEWASNEARpoverty. NATO foreign, defense and finance and give the civilian, military, and
I fantasy, "1984", come comfortably might at least give some relief from Five hundred million more disguised worry of Paris
ministers at their current
scientific population a chancito
J clone to the truth. And these earlier the corruption and licensed sin of the meeting. They are un- will be cut The this United year by States his Peking feel Washington each bther and out Moscow in evacuate the plants: which

recollections tend to s u p p o r t the Batista regime. But he found, as all\ her life, was Mrs. Tunis, likely even to mention it. with successors.implied parallelism, has, semi-negotiations. then we would proceed, pure

j stories which Juanita Castro is now time went on, that Cuba had swapped widow of an Episcopal minis- NATO countries disburse on made similar reductions. Ob- and simple to blow up.

1 the devil for witch. ster, but she was rich In armaments nearly double the BIT MEANWHILE NATO
telling. viously our partners are going -
how
World opinion Ah, tornit
laughter and love and a
i great" amount of the Warsaw Pact. to spend less If we do and continues to spend vast turns would be. And how significant
and Interest
in
"t of the All of word two of energy cv. In 1943 NATO's members If NATO spends less on conventional on the hot war that will almost ,
For example, Mr. Len tell us can say a or erything that lives." billion for that Mr. Steve Allen de-
spent more than $71 be
not fought;
defense It must rely certainly
: "freedom of speech" that Castro is prayer this Christmas season that One of the things Mr .. defense; the Soviet bloc spent more on nuclear defense. without devising strategy for clares himself in lavor of such

i boasting about. It consist of being the Rev. Lenz, and the thousands of John Tunis did was to open a less than $37 billion. This proportion the cold war that Is being a deed. For years and years

wish as his fellow exiles, will soon be able boarding house In Cambridge has remained approximately NATO'sflanks. the anti Bomb group have
able to say anything'you THE BIG question facing fought right now on asked devise
for the freshman classof that we some
long as It 1 i. (1) for Castro's revolution to return to a free Cuba that is not Groton School In 1899. BIs- steady the during Warsaw thedecade NATO Is not how much to There Is no point creative weans to control that

(2)) for Russian communism, the vassal of either a corrupt right- hop Potter, of New York, who since pare military outlays or how spending billions to hold Europe dread instrument of universal
Pact was signed.
lose Asia and Africa
t. ((3)) against the U.S.'cr(4)) against wing dictatorship (Batista) or a had known and admired her to share the responsibility and In U the we death. What better Idea
cost of atomic The
husband NATO CAN and does boast' weapons. process. has come along than that we
her
clergyman
Communist tyranny such as Castro's. gave
Batista
the regime. is rich NATO Is obsessed with Inte
halted communism' big question can a ,
that It should
an Introduction to the Reverend remove It, at virtuallyno
Both systems are hideous to Ideologically united group of gration. The U nit e d States
westward thrust communism In
Endicott Peabody, rector yet cost human life, from
I Moat frightening of all, he says, free men.oic&o1 and headmaster of the has meanwhile t a k en Industrial nations reorganizeits wants to integrate Europe In- the most aggresalvto power

outright control of some regions energies topreventits to an Atlantic community and earth Red What
school. He wanted to Ji e 1 p on 0"a1.
( flanks from being eroded? France wants to Integrate Eu-
tutslde t the Atlantic
and did. For four would the pacifists In Japan,
years
2i freshmen area and infiltrated others, NATO had probably done Its rope Into Europe. The essential and Burma and Thailand,
some Groton
l walked a total of 1 50 or to NATO's members have provo job of saving Western Europeeven argument Is about who Is and Cambodia, be left to stutter .
the before Moscow createdthe being integrated and who
V ed unable to protect themselves -
People minutes each day for their after such an act? Could
[ against political erosion Warsaw Pact. But NATO should do the Integrating. But
meals and often It was they say that ours was an act
well below sero. outside the North Atlan- has shown little capacity to no Integrated Western bloc 1 of aggression? Not convincingly
act elsewhere. Russia uses Us will viable if communism
When the class of 1904! tic Treaty area. prove if the strike's tote 1
1 On The Sun's allies Czechoslovakia and East Integrates everything
Opinion Pages gathered "one percipient 1 Cuba, Zanzibar, part 0 f purpose were to eliminate the
for deals to else.
I youth named Franklin D. Laos and much of South Germany arms bomb.
.*4 twnimMt ee See Md*** eh wikciM 1 he the Vtt<. *f the Pupl e.lem.' tutors Viet Nam have become Communist -
k. ilfMd .** be.. the wtlWl .. .. .. N.mti will k* wllhhtU It re,,u.itt4. A Itttw ilwuld Roosevelt called them together .
: .inv.* HIM* 500 wads aid ees, k. wll".. .. eel, CM side! .. Ik. ,.,... PMV usual k. "..... Tk. and suggested that walk. since 1955. National WHAT COULD the pacifists .
Sue ,slaws the rilht H relies| OV .Inks w M ........ It, wlthtul .h.*.l..t the w.I,..'. M..etee. log 20 minutes for breakfaston ism has been crushed In Ti Lesson JFrom
I '..(.... a zero morning was a bet. Anti-Communist embersin persuasively say in protest
Poland and flames In Hungary ? What actually Is the difference
resurrection of Jesus those of God, the Romanists haveno somewhat poor Idea." Mr I.
Did Jews extinguished eight A Schooler between bombl n g
disciples of His, the Call. authority besides their Tunis turned then to teach- were High
nuclear
when NATO proved facilities, and throwing
Christ? leans, net behind closed I own. In the Acts of the ing, which was what she did yean ago
Kill nuclear
doors because of the persecution Apostles, (7.51-53): may the best. itself truly nonaggressive.NATO Back In the October 23, 1964, issue of the, Gainesville the bombs Into the
sea, end
by the Jews of any words of the first Christian Somehow Mrs. Tunis saw can properly claim High School's Hurricane Herald student newspaper appear dream they constantly

EDITOR, Sun: In Ecumenical the light who professed acknowledgment marytr, Stephen, (who was to U that her sons were edu- holocaust has been avoided. ed a column by the sports editor of the paper. of1Certainly

of the Vatican declaration of Jesus His teach stoned to death by the cited, admitted to Harvard. West Europe preserved We held the column until the football season ended with the Soviet Union
Councils constant and centrifugal forces encouraged
be Jews), be the conclusion of and graduated. Her son John purpose.It could be expected to trot
that the Jews must within the Soviet orbit.
ings.When the matter: had contracted, somewhere carries a message. through their litany of protests -

cleared of any complicityIn the the Christ gave the "Ye stiff-necked and uncle. along the way, the Itch to Russia's Eastern European W* reprint it below and. .we're proud of you, Gainesville But actually, the Soviet
of
the deliverance satellites certainly are f a r
11 the command to write. The business of freelance High! Union,
cumclsed In heart and considering the
ears, present
Christ unto death, one may less supine. But beyondNATO's
therefore/ and teach all
,
"go, writing was always a state of
tensions between
what ye do always resist the Holy
to wonder: by /fixed sphere there
begin nations 'them In and A Proud Moment"GHS
baptizing Spirit: as father did tough exacting one, even it and ted China would be
authority your so
and whose has been a shift from
on
right, and away
the name of the Father for those with an abundance
profoundly
do relieved. But
the Vatican In Rome ye. Which of the prophets the West Since the Warsaw even
does of the Son and of the Holy of talent. Tunis admits
pretend to act upon in Issuing have not your fathers persecuted frankly Pact was signed, the following experienced a proud moment at the Leon game of ,U as a matter of pride they
Ghost this
was by no that he learned
the ridiculous proclamation ? And they have never to nations have perceptibly Friday night, October I. Gainesville High School, desperately were to feel aggrieved, It is

that all mankind Is responsible means the and ending ef suppression slain them which shewed before write Engllah. He liked tennis warmed toward the East: The attempting to upset a strong Tallahassee Leon football Inconceivable that their pride

for the persecutionof the Jews of the oppression followers by of of the coming of the and btgan to write about United Arab Republic, Burma team, was wildly cheered on by an enthusiastic group of would demand a nuclear retaliation
that
Jesus Christ and that the Christ l but the beginningof Just One; of whom ye have Ceylon, Indonesia Cambodia Lincoln High students. With the score 1) 18, In Javor of against the U n I Ited

Jews, therefore/ must be the persecutions of the been now the betrayers and HE AND HIS BRAVE wife Sudan, Ghana Congo Leon, and with only minutes remaining these students! rallied States. The Soviet Union Is

cleared of delclde? Who will first church at Antioch murderers: who have received (Braaavllle), Cyprus, Algeria an Inspired GHS squad to a come from behind vic not disposed to commit na-
benefit the moat Christianity the law by the disposition managed an early trip to and Yemen. tory. After the game, they ceremoniously hoisted Coach tional suicide which wouldbe
where the followers of Him France '
'
as a whole, or the Roman first called Christians. of the angels, and on an Americanline The question therefore Is Jim Niblack and quarterback Jack Eckdahl upon their the Instant result of my

Ecumenical MovementIn The were of the Book have not kept It." ship In the first months whether NATO la getting Its sweat shirt clad shoulders, and presented them with a threat against the United

Us attempts at unitingthe greater part NAME WITHHELD I of prohibition. Tunis persuaded money's worth out of its huge hero's ride off the field. States In order to permit
of Acts discloses the continued
the relations de-
world In religious containment of the public Investment. Does it wisely I The significance of these events transcend the, result ot her principal rival In the
under supervision persecution disciplesand with GermanWnnls partment that a story on the use the wealth of Its exceedingly the game (itself. Rather it calls to mind two very Important Communist world to maintain -

Vatican? apostles, beginning disadvantages an American members? facts Involving Gainesville as a southern city Its nuclear arsenal.,
of the prosperous
Acts 4:3: where the disciples: Pen had to In
Pal ship overcome not
Cen. Hans Speldel. the German The first Is very close to home for all GHS students. It
And
reiteratedthat were forbidden to preach ot able what In positive,
U Is constantly being to .11111 passengers former comma rider orNATO' la concerned with the fact that Gainesville's two .
major high
'Christian the resurrection of Jesus. EDITOR Sun cocktails and terms, would we have accomplished
highballs
the name : By of ,
way central armies, schools have entered a new realm of human relations. Previously .
the That the executions ol the wine ? A s leaning.
was not Invented by Introduction, my name Is El- as foreign vessels claims: white attendance to Lincoln's has '
Christ (Messiah). The first Christiana by the Romans 111C1Mln,. I am n years old could, would make s good lean which ls partly due to the fact that games their been breath of hope for the entire .

Christians were not Jewish; was continually heeded, aided and student In the final semester story As It turned out the NATO STILL HAS only M on Thursday nighU. CHS game crowds have games been are non Communist Aslia :
and abetted by the Jews, never world which would have for
the
the Jews were executives were so grateful
rather at a college in Bra
divisions In the key center although capacity dug to Negro attendance An increase of fans .
Is attested to In the at the first
amply
time In
first I
persecutors of the they sent Tunis and his wife both would benefit each many yean
of
committed to raise 30 games the schools
balance of he Book ot Acts men.When financially
The giving ot return tickets.In concrete evidence that lie
Christians.
I got the address of and would morale
The IS Western allies with K serve as a booster
ch. 1$. United
marked the through France Tunis to States Is prepared to
recognition came
this name your paper I thought that million men available fer The second Idea introduced, was by no means new In the
of the fact that till.'way' Thus, the\ astute denials of you perhaps could help me.I know the French tennis star, military amice plan to mobilize field of human sociology Sports has always served act decisively dramatically, .
as apeaceful to
other the world of the Jews being help its friends.
was something as Suzanne Lcngtcn. who maybe
would be much
very obligedto II divisions in case of meeting ground lor aD raws. The Idea of compeUtlon .
than a new Jewish sect responsible for \the death when could was the beat of all wom- in the has
you you help war. The Soviet bloc plans to Olympics completely eliminated
of Clout la alwurd. As the His any THE ARMING: of Red Chins
en players. chapter on
This new 'way' was something me finding correspondencewith mobilize tae divisions, 19 of partisan feeling whatsoever If the games were used H a
Christian cannot deny his Lenglen is Back by nuclear missiles Is a
that tended lit Impose! American male students, splendid. which are already at 70 percent rendezvous for the leaden of the races a great amount of
failure at remote threat
fully exploitingthe home Laurence WInship, of to \the UnitedStatet.
university students former of wartime might be achieved through
and not or strength. progress peaceful arbitration.1'
their own, was
upon Gospel ot Christ to students.As the Bnaton CM, look But It Is a very Immediate
only resented, but wholly rejected. others, the Jews cannot deny story from him about Lengkn threat to Asia. The
Jesus, the !Instigator the Judgment due them to my Interests: have mere bomb
who was coming to presence of the
of the 'New Way'; was rejected a broad field ol InUreiU: POTOMAC FEVERBy Is
reserved for God only for America. From there Tunis enough to swing electionsIn
and persecuted untodellll the part they played and sciences, arts literature, language moved Into writing stories Japan the Philippines, Malaysia -
JACK WILSON, rOw I" Washington Bureau
by the Jews, sentence have continued to play in music correspondence and novels mod of them Thailand, even Au,-

being carried out by the Ro the absolute denial of Jesus travelling, sports etc. with a sports theme. H. was Ike says the Republicans should have two leader, one to act and one to talk. traits to determine the cast

mans. Jesus was racially not Christ There Is hardly anything In to sell inert than l.doe articles It', too much to expect one man to make all the mistakes and explain them too.! of their political future for
of other aect. whirls I am not Interested.
Jewish or any The Jewish people cannot be and stories to the na Some ronvervative now argue that the (;OP b about dead-and anybody generations to come.
were His Disciples Betides German I
Neither
whitewashed b y any pro lish. tion's magazines Some 20
GauUans The destruction
Chinese
Jews. who were I clamation of mankind. ThereIs novels' Including comfiest knows you should*! swap hearses in the middle of the stream.A of the
tribe of Benjamin and Italian. bomb would not
of the signify
such "renounc Juveniles l lined.i
no thing as wen pebl
which became the Light-for lag an old liblt In the eyes I think we should try to One novel became a suctss- jury in Taiwan finds a weather ma innocent even though he made a Url decisive merely the elimination of the

bearers for Him except of One WM has witnessed keep friendship with ether nil movie His latest, "S b- forecast. some of these backward jurisdictions you can almost get bands weapon DOW bi the
Iscariot who was of InIe world away of the but
Judas nations and I enemy, a
these knee
events. For those who ever Dunkerque Is with murder. '
Jewish parentage, and the still today deny Him who suppose correspondence con optioned] to a movie produc clear Indication that Here

betrayer of Jesus.It died for us Ill, relegatingthe tributes a M to this friendship er. The Bobby Tinker Invent If at Ion Is recessed again. Senator find It., hard u h la yet the life West to. which that Inert rant

is noted in John TI.: entire New Testament AU along John Tunis had get U the bottom ef the case without getting too chest. I* the top. about Ita prattles
that Jesus walked M more teaching to myth and fable Thank you very much for had his independence It of cancers for the freedom

In Jewery because of their they must themselves continue your efforts\ In advance. !helped Raving a mother who Ruwia launches Us (3rd scientific! satellite. No wonder the world birth rate stammer ethers hi indecision, but tends H

Increased attempts at doing to suffer fat the fUmes ELFI KA.NNINC left, at her death at It a Is down this year-upace ahipe shutting off the moonlight. toe the everyarises

with Him and went to of hatred and persecution.We Kumpweg I In (I brief note to her sons: "Rob questhethet **", actually

away ot Bremen ]1 l erts 1 leave John John SovWta abet at Mare stows they're realUU. concrete acbw -
HIS Own; cannot ourselves exonerate you That rocket the They caa't tan
Galilee\ among .. .. ... .. .. will W lorthcgnuig to
while la John M.l: >. after the the Jew. In the eyes Germs nil I leevr Bret R.ht ." iM .< !*..>. ,_k r- p. -





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Bilking the Old Folks Is Big Business I



'- ity benefits. sure ways." George P. to depict quackery In the trap-,and who has a machine or
By SYLVIA PORTER Why do the elderly fall prey U.S. Food and Drug pings of the old time medi treatment that is so new and
Financial Writer PART to the quacks? Why are they sioner, makes the Larrlck'i nine man with his curly moor different that the medical profession
.
"It man consumed only radiation now a number one target for clearer: tache and silk hat. Is against It Theyare
thru his respiratory organs, gypsterst "Quackery is not somethingthat "He does not look that way afraid it"will put them out
sickness would be unknown, to health happened in the past. Old more Instead, we tee a of business.
W. don't know how bad the They fall prey any
decrepitude would be unthinkable situation Is because the quack quacks because .estimated 7S frauds reappear in new disguises man in a white coat with a professional .. Who are the gypsters and
and longevity would be and the embarrassment cent are suffering from I and new ones are being looking office who is[what do they 'peddle? What
unlimited." has secrecy of his victims on his per chronic disease or ailment I Invented Ther.lsa tendency_probably a licensed practitioner,are w! doing. to atop them!
\ of the fan some +.....: ...--......w
This is Just one side." It could be that elderly such as arthritis heart diseaselnsommla P.rtesr wwe.aertretc+at..ts e etewwstteter e s tKrr eKtetaeu
tastic claims made 'by a "pro- wasting It cents out faulty hearing efailing
jMOpla art
WORK SPORT PLAY! lessor" in an ad I received via look to
for rf every spending dollar on eyesight Many Hours 9 AM TO 10: PM
'the mails recently. It is typical TesUfied :
fraudulent, useless or grossly the future with fear. I
GIVE HIM A of the "medical" garbage being misrepresented product and one man whose wife died of Ir
thrown now at millions of el I I services. And adds Williams'Quacks cancer: "They're afraid of what
derly American citizens and take more than do 1- the doctor will tell thenThey're .
Pkaeca GtijtGIVE tragically typical of what tactually lars. They sometimes prevent glad to be told (by a -
being swallowed by; cure or the hope of euro'" quack) that they won't need I aawesvait sarnroo es>Wrstt "
millions today. It01 sroaTN MATI sracsr ,
As a result of its probe the surgery. ? ; ,4\
HIM A : Bilking the elderly through subcommittee is preparing They are vulnerable to phony \
medical quackery, phony Investment investing
recommendations for major new money making or
l)11:1i1VflJL and "savings" plans legislation to be Introduced ass schemes because their Individ- FREE
mail-order schemes, fraudulentreal low l
ly In the new Congress. lIallncome. are general
estate deals and many other Today there are II million \ mi White House Conference
techniques- Is today among Americans over M Including, on Aging found that 7S per cent ,-
the most widespread and vicious 900,000 over the age of M Their. of those over M had Incomes
A DUBBIEWARE 'comfort- rackets in the U.S. and WRAPPING
annual spending power amounts of less than 11.000 a year I ,
CHINO i SHIRTS PANtS _ti cut' chino shirt and pants A few months ago, a Senate''to an unprecedented $31 billion 15 per cent received less thanJ500.
set for evtry man In your Subcommittee on Frauds anddlsrepresentationa The vast majority live on modest .
WESTERN JEANS family. A pair of BUBBLE- Affecting the Secur-
pensions and Social They are a number one target w'I
WES WARE timely toilor.d casual Elderly held one of the most because their
OVERALLS .slacks for dad and Junior.Authentic hair raising Investigations of for gypsten )ia an
DUNGAREES DUBBIEWAKE weiltm |tani this type of racketeering ever Turkey Crop sves-all spending power
$38 billion a year.
JACKETS to delight! the small fry. DUBLE> conducted. It concluded that 1 awesome Williams: v
Senator
WORK PANTS WARE all purpose outerwear ands the accepted estimate that the URBANA. Ill (AP) It'l th< Warns quacks are large-scabnerchandiaers }HOME] IL
; "The
SAINTS acktri| for the big and the (",on. elderly are being gypped out of second largest crop of turkeys who use every.
$1 billion a year Is "much too history says Hugh Johnson. modem method. Theymak. for tie i
SOLD AT LEADING STORES EVERYWHERE low. Says Senator Harrison A.fliliama .. University of Illinois extensloi I mailings.They send sale ;I
Mg tf M. Hoffman C...IM. Resists 14,Mo. New Jersey Democrat -. poultry science ape etallsL I mass men from door to door. They r I I
of turk.yareported I
: and chairman of the subcommittee This year'a crop and low presWINTER
: at N.7 million birds. advertise. in high-
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mm 0 f !] HnD Chandelier Decorator I Tea. Fetes UF Foreign StudentsJoining '

In genuine Elsa Saavedla, Cuba, Consuelo lit Johar, India; Mrs. S DO 11 "
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Amerl'l Vaingot, Trinidad; Neda deSan Sharama, India, Sonja Sioson, "'t,
festivity,I
can pre
t University of Florida coeds I chez, Chile; Mary Jane Faez, Philippines; Lata Deshpande, .
e were

THE family f Y YRuth & 13 foreign and wives countries.of students from I Ecuador Also Bernice. Kao, Republic\ of Masako India; Fawzeya Hoshida,ismail Japan Egypt; Olga,
and Om- ;
feted at the an- China, USD a Malik, India, de Lopez, Venezuela,
They were India
nual Christmas event by the Executive Pierette Coupal, Canada; Man- ila S. Kochhar, ..b,:
Weimer. Womtn't Editor Board of the University
Women's Club at the home of what naoo
you

Miss Johnson Feted 1LAX1T 'Fxx Mrt Sunday John afternoon Vandyke Saunders Just for the hof idaUs .. 1.

Guests were greeted by Mrs. beautiful bryan"Double.
W. C. Thomas Jr., and Mrs. R.
At Bridal LuncheonTo D Coddlngton, who presentedeach
e with a Christmas decorated Feature" i

name tag ,
compliment Miss Mary :TO hi the First Methodist
Lee Johnson, bride-to-be of Church with a reception following Mrs John Baxter, presidentof iI
Barney Harris Jr., a luncheon in the Bethany Room 6 the Women's Club, and Mrs. "
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was given Friday afternoon at of the church.A Saunders received the guests I .4
the Primrose Inn. centerpiece of pink and ter. in the entry hall which was Non.run nylon panty combined I 4
Hostesses included Mrs. Edward white camellias, flanked by with a Della Robbia wreath. .
R Goodwin, Miss Linda pink candles, formed the decoration with seamless, sheer stretch -:
Sparks, Mrs Harry G. Meyers, for the luncheon table. Rose Circle Decorates nylon stockings. For town

Mrs Marlon Bishop, and Mrs. Miss Johnson was presenteda Mrs. Saunders was assistedin or country...sports clothes i4.' .
George A. Reinhart Jr corsage of pink csmelllai a ''f r decorating by members of dresses.x
The Johnson.Harris weddingwill and her mother, Mrs. A. S. yM .aa the Rose Circle of the Gaines or y ,
be at I p.m. December Johnson Jr., and her grand ville Garden Club. $300 a, w
mother, Mrs. A. S. Johnson ri 4o .1'1'
A hand crocheted cloth > u
Sr., were presented white camellia -
corsages. made by Mrs. Saunders' mother -,
I covered the table In the
The bride-elect was also pre 4 f h a a,.
sented a gift or crystal tumblers r 1 + .7 living room and was centeredwith .
BEAUTYMARATHON I in her chosen pattern. red and pink roses. A traditional ( M.I :
Christmas tree, and a
\ and painted Spanish creche

Alumnae Party were Christmas used theme in carrying out the

Held At TylersAlpha
In the Florida room, I red xsw?
Friday 8:00 am. XI Delta alumnae en- cloth, overlaid with red net .Fy that
For gifts
go
tertalned their husbands with a graced the refreshment table. ,' her feminine
untilSaturday I Red roses and tapers accentedthe straight to
Christmas party recently at the
heart her
I give a
home of Mr and Mrs. Max Tyler holiday decor. l lee ted
4:00 personally se
: p.m. who were hosts for a pot Student Guests id s ; beautifully wrapped,
luck supper.The Mrs. Glenn Farris and Mrs gift from Franklin s.
affair also served as a .
Robert Scarborough were special
IntroducingLAMAR farewell' party for Mrs R. R. guests and Mrs. StanleyP.
i
Cecil, who will soon move t o Franklin assisted with translortatlon -
Baton Rouge, La. Mr Cecil I 1 t .
will receive his Ph.D. degree down ajranklins
from the College of Engineering Other guests attending were:
D30Uege 51bop.
at the University of FlorIda 'ashiko Tomita, Japan; Olga
this December and will be Mrs. John M. Champion, newcomer from Atlanta, shown making a Christ. Wejehe, Cuba; Bertha Guilarte,
Skilled Hair Stylist associated with the Esao Co man chandelier for the hospital cafeteria at the J. Hillls Miller Medical .On. Cuba; Gloria Vilaret, Cuba El- 401 W. University Ave. PR 2-4606 ..,
as a petroleum engineer in Bat. ten She Is one of many members of the UF Hospital Auxiliary committee help. sa Ramirez, Venezuela; Celia Free Parking Rear of Store I I''
on Rouge. Ing to decorate the hospital for the yuletide season. Lescano, Cuba, Clorida San '
To create the holiday chandelier, she Is using the following items: Eight chez, Cuba; Lourdes Gutierrez, Open Every Night 'til Dee. 23rd .

r, ,yst Coffee Slated coat hangers; 18 cone.shaped cups several sprigs of holly, 18 tree ornaments; Cuba: Rosa Elena Martinez,
F gold, green and red paint. For each centerpiece she used a long paper cup, Cuba; Marguerite Bachmann,
1 4 ? Fr w'y For UF GroupThursday gilded shell, twist and bow-ehaped macaroni, paper plates, foil and one tiny France: Ana G. Serrano, Cuba; I 1
ornament atop.
evening at I p.m., Mrs. Champion Is the wife of Dr. Champion, associate professor In the Col. SPORTSWEAR KoretCentury ILiNGERIE
, International Faculty Wives of leges of Business Administration and Health Related Professions, formerly of. .
., the UF Newcomers Grqup will Emory Blouses( Lady Manhattan Pajamas
have a Christmas coffee at the Skirts Cos Cob Gowns
Wesley Foundation, West University University.Calendar
Avenue. Mrs. John Of EventsTODAY Slacks Robes
Touchberry Is chairman of a r- Sweaters ; Peignoirs
rangements for the evening. Shorts ( T Slips
This affair Is for all first December U P:43: '.m., Glorlosa, Mrs. Street, Lotus. Mrs. L. T. NIe-
e".
and second year faculty wives Gainesville Bridge Club, Jean P. Ahrano, 4040 SW land, 418 NE Third Avenue; '
from other countries and their 7:10 p.m., Thomas Hotel. Archer Road; For
Gainesville Woman Club Noon, C h r ysanthemum,.
sponsors
and Junior Woman's Club, 10 a.m., Begonia, Mrs. L. Mrs. Ralph Cellon, R. F. '
Annual Children Christmas i H:' Thompson. _1023 NE 3rd D.3. HER -

I Priceon UNICEF Cards Party lor member's chI! : \s. <

, Sold OutThe dren and grandchildren, 4 I MpKI \INCEPiE f at Christmas
p.m., Club House, West University Nand c 4Burlington
United States Commit. Avenue.
all beauty work tee for UNICEF announced University City B rIdge I I \ : 21 I J

don from midnite'til that sales of 196S greeting l Club, 7:30: p.m., University of w pM. hr S ,ft r Shadowlins
cards have exceeded expectations Florida Faculty Club, West I
6:00: a,m. and the supply of cards Newberry Road. I I 311 NW 13th St.
is exhausted Jacob Roberta Brown Society -
Mrs. Jerry CI ddum, Children of the Amer. !
UNICEF chairman for the ican Revolution, Claude i ,
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FashionBeauty United Nations Association I Green, 804 West University I' OUTFITS ." ACCESSORIES
of the U.S.A., has been notified Avenue. ONLY EACH
by the New York office THURSDAY,December 17 Dresses Serbin Jewelry
that further Gainesville Public Library ORDER YOUR POUND CAKE Suits Nardis Cosmetics
no shipments
FRUIT CAKE end
CHRISTMAS COOKIES NOWKEN'S
Salon Board, I Gainesville
will be made. p.m. Coordinates Mancini Stockings
In Gainesville, sale of the Public Library.
.
Ensembles Jr. Them Knee SocksHandbags
University of Florida Far
cards this
was greater year BAKERY I
Club, Christmas Family Formats Lynbrook.
than any previous year. The culty
1013
W. UNIV.
cards were sold through the Buffet, 6 to 8 p.m. Clubhouse I OPEN 8:30 A.M. UNTIL 9 P.M. THRU DEC. 2301t'1
372-3581 Gainesville Junior Women West Newberry Road. 153 SW. 2nd St FR 6-7703 I

Club, Gaddum Interiors, as Gainesville Chapter 44 O.E.S. .
well ss several I churcb ., Christmas Party, I p.m.,
Masonic Temple.
groupsGRESHAM I !
-- -- Christmas Play, fiT h I ,"
I Twelve Days of Christmas"
7:30: p.m., Kirby Smith : NEW FORMFIT DRESS-SHAPER BRAS REALLY
School.
Gainesville Garden Club I i\; HONEST.AND-TRULY SHAPE BETTER! LONGER!
Circles:
1:30: a.m., Daisy Mrs. Harold y SMOOTHER! Exeluiivt new Fornidt thlnspun Dacron lining
AREAL
u u.e A. Johnson, 1528 NE S In the CUPI''
P 13th Street Dianthus Mrs I : v SHAPELIER! More lift better molding and support
F-. Lynn Noland 1003 NW 22nd .
SOFTER' !As soft II gout
Street Hibiscus, Mrs. Flake
LIGHTER'"! AIII"t.. breathing
b Parker, 71J KB 7th Avenue,
I 41 Palm, Mrs. R. C. Bernard, r MORE'NATURAL! As natural II life (rol !OT! !) took And
1601 NW Uth WanScimitar tMllngt
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+ CONSTANT! ftthful, Shaping! Color Softness! Textual! far.
Party far bna.rt
) Christmas party for Scimitar (Rid' material" Is all cotton, interlining Is polyester (spun
t Circle members and their husbands LIFE'I1 Dacron) and nylon)
will take place Saturday
Trd.e..A This' l 18
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at the Shrine Club on the Archer -
j Road. Dancing at I p.m. will :',

jI I I open the festivities I S TOR Y I '. 9mfit.

Smiths Plan Ortts Shapar bra style 544;
I. S chase hoes in classic cotton,
Open tlouseCHIErLA.
1J1 to C36$250.
D-Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Smith of Chiefland will
the'f.rance observe their silver wedding n.

_ I' anniversary Sunday, December ;
w ttwe 20. .
r In celebration of the twcnty r ::

fifth wedding date, an open ..rw
house will be held at their I ., /v
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home from S to I p m All ,
: friends are invited to attend. iI'k "
I B L FOUNDATIONS DEPT.

I ChurchCircles I I x "Where the Fashion Minded Mold

Their Figures with the Help of

.sawt er.aw twn. aaea.ew.r ar "' ........ ...... Trained Coratieres"
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DRUGS I TODAY Drrrmbrr IIM. GkGtd :

I YOUR DOWNTOWN LIGGETT STOIE St. Patrick Teresa Circle butt, I p m, Mrs. 1')6.-' :r l Free Gift Wrapping

IE.t F. Lower Mrs. M Cox, 208 t-' / VvITH rrt0ae :

I Third Avenue. I, 'y Ioea fOI""f- sTwI'CtI'I'a' :''y Central Charge B-L Charge Layawey

FlU PARKING IN REAR OF STORE THIR5DIY.St. Patrick December WomnTs 11 Club I ..... .

12 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 2-2551 ;1 p.m., Mrs Henry Bates, R? .. I
,NE Eighth: Avenue |I fly* ? W jgqKgaHg.k; .1.L. "''''' '- _.M ..I''l

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\ Gainesville Sun Wednesday, December 16, 1964

,f I The building la open all day I.lesson assistant reporter, E. Kiker, Mr. tart Opp, Mrs.
\ Saturday, from 9 a.m. to S p.m. ML Carmel Baptist There Walter Kyle, Mrs. Gerard Free
s ] News of Special Interest The Boys' Club of Gainesvilleis ;will be Teachers' Meeting Luncheon Honors j und, Mrs. Richard P. Schmidt!.,
an agency othe United !Thursday 7:30: p.m.; and the Mrs. Frank S. Pac and Mrs

Fund. Choir will have Its rehearsal Charles Freeman.

oh To the friday 730. The Youth Forumis Ilona The hostesses presented gifts
Colored Bergman
on, Community CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS set for today, 7:30: p.m. Rev ,of silver to the bride elect
de, I ML Pleasant Methodist T. A. Wright, pastor: Mn. Esther and also a corsage of white carnations
ptjlia; News items for this pan should be dv phone at FR 6-5753. Do not Bend Choir No. 1 will have its W. Hamm, reporter. Honoring Miss flora Bergman Paul Bergman; her great aunt! to her and a pink carnation

editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or Directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News hearsal tomorrow, 7:30: p.1'8-1, Archer Church of God In fiancee of Joseph Ernest Parker Mrs.. ._Kenneth Ranson; Mrs. J. corsage to her mother.
!Next Is Christmas Christ Church School 10 of Cocoa Beach -: -
m- f items directly to the Sun office. Sunday a prenup
day Choir No. 1 will its a.m. Young People's Willing tial luncheon Satur-
r re.rN rr in' *W| vaN HIV .111! M Iwxl FM present ; was given
1 nn:"J) Ch .istmas Cantata at IIa.m. I Workers' Meeting, 1:30: p.m.; day,
NOTICE with Rev L J. Perkins, pas Recreation Center In a special! what now
The Church School's pro.I and evening worship I 30 p.m just you
The State Uniform Companyof tor, at Reddick. 'f'etinl& to make final pli mm is set for ( pm. Each I Elder Days, pastor, Mrs. Ruth Hostesses for the party were. _
the Grand Union Pallbearers 'Cars for the Childrens Christmas Mrs. Wilson 0 Boozer
will leave at the homeof member is asked to the Jenkins, reporter and Mrs. (for the holidaqs
give
Lodge will hold Its fellowship the pesldent, C. Ross, of 'arty on Tuesday, Dec. 22, 3:30: church a Christmas gift of $S. St. Matthew Baptist Sun- Erwin A. Clayton, who entertained .' M

M meeting Friday at S p.m. at the 704 S. W. 5th Terrace, at 1:45: >.m. Can we depend on for day School, 10 a.m., morning at the Gainesville G olf beautiful bryans"Double
New Bethel A. M. E. Church p.m. Charlie Ross president Santa Claus will arrive early your your and Country Club.
r Please help us to raise worship Ham.; communion, 3pm.
with Company No 105 with W, L Stevens pianist and text T u e s day afternoon for
.
500. Rev, W M. Ferguson, pas.tor .; and evening worship, ( Pink and white camellias Feature"Non
M. M. Hawkins, captain, a chorister; Mrs. P. L. Scott re -more than 350 children In the p.m. All clubs are asked to submit formed the centerpiece with
Okahumpka.The porter. ity of Gainesville with toys
Johnson Chapel Baptist their reports during the evening greenery and camellias used
members of C refreshments and goodies.The .
o m p any Choir No. 2 will have Its rehearsal worship. The public Is always the length of the table.
Lodge No. 113, who plan to attend PROGRAM. FOR YULE outside home decoration
tomorrow, 7:30: welcome to worship with
p.m.;
may call FR 6-9679 for The Christmas program of the,contest will again be sponsored and the Christmas rehearsal Is us. Rev, J. L. Middleton pastor Places were marked for the
information. Mrs. P. U Scott, New Salem Baptist Church will by the Club Council. All homeowners bride.to-be, her mother, Mrs.
set for
.1 Friday 7pm. Rev W. : Miss Linda Lee Ellis, reporter nylon panty co Dined
and ask-
be occupants are
reporter.TO presented at the church
J. Mrs. H. Pe- .
Taylor
pastor ,
ed decorate the outside of ; with seamless, sheer Wretch
Wednesday, Dec. 23, at 7:30: to ,
APPEAR IV PROGRAMThe their homes, inside decorationwill -- -- -
, pm. I i iI MerrysteppersMeet nylon stockings. For townor
choral group of Lodge No. You are Invited. Rev. C. J. not be judged in the con I'I country. sports clothesor
113 will render its musical program Johnson, pastor; Mrs. P. L. test.The I I Tonight "
dresses. 4k
Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Scott, general chairman and re- Judges will make their! I Home AgentsNotebook
Methodist Episcopal Church porter. round Thursday night Dec. 24 $300
Merrysteppers Square Dance
I
beginning at 10 pm.
I t Club will meet for Its weekly
CARD OF THANKS I Entries must be called In to : dance session tonight at 8 at

i Thomas Williams, of (12 N.W. the Club Council Officers to be the Gainesville Recreation Cen-
7th Terrace, wishes to thank certified. Call FR 64260 and enter -
ter.
BEAUTYMARATHON friends for their get well cards, your outside decorations. L liy CLARICE E. ROBINSON .. '
flowers and donations during V, Davis President. olericulture Extension Service Following the dance, Dr. and
his illness both at home and in I Mrs. Ernest R. Bartley will entertain

the hospital CHRISTMAS PLAY Here's a very tasty cookie ed sugar. Re-roll, so coo kles I with their traditional
'-- The '"Star of Bethlehem" a I recipe that you will enjoy are well covered with sugar. I Open House at their home, 1050 4 k

NEWBERRY NEWS two-act musical play w i III 1 be ,making for gift giving or for This recipe makes use of sev- :SW 11th Street. Guests will Include .
Ailing At Home presented Wednesday, Dec. 16, 'the family cookie Jar. oral! of the commodities donatedby I members of the Merry.
Friday 8:00 a.m. i The following persona are ail at t p.m. In the Archer Com Yule Log Cookies ((100 cookies U S. Department of Air\\ I steppers and the Allemand r i
ing at their homes Mrs. Rosa munity School Cafetorium. ) culture to schools and low.ln.I I Dub. for gifts that g 0

LntilSaturday Whitfield, Ervin Williams and It will be done by pupils from J'. cups butter or margarine come families straight to her .feminine
'Frederick Kelsey. 2-8 grades. The 1-8 grade chorus H cup plus 1 tablespoon gran. --- -- -- Children'sYuletide heart, give> her a
4:00 p.m. Their friends are asked to will give several Christmas ulated sugar; personally I let I d

visit them Robert Williams, re carols during the play. % teaspoon vanilla, 6H' cups beautifully wrapped'
I porter. The play Is under the super flour; I''* teaspoon salt; Open ; PartyA :,iff/ from Fronkli,( .

IntroducingLAMAR I '--- ,vision of Miss H. G. Penny and I SU cups plus 2 tablespoonsrolled
CONCERT SET ;Mrs. C. C. Williams. wheat (or 2 cups finely group of mothers In the
i The Junior and senior choruses I The principal and staff extenda chopped nuts); and 1H pound HouseDr. Arrendonda Estates gave a

I of Lincoln High School warm Holiday Season to each (approximately) powdered sug holiday party for their 'ffioum a
will present their Christmas :of you. ar, I children Monday afternoon at
and Mn. George T. Edds
I
I he home of Mrs. Gene Fusser Jmnklms mauege hop't
concert today at 1 p.m. In the I Cream butter or margarineuntil entertained members of the Vet.I
auditorium of the Lincoln t
High SPECIAL NOTICEAll light and fluffy. Add granulated erlna-y Science Department of More than 10 youngsters
Skilled Hair Stylist School. chairmen, officers and sugar and cream well. the University of Florida and I from two to 10 years of age 401 W University Ave. FR 2-4606

i There Is no admission price, members are asked to meet at Add vanilla and mix. Sift flour their families with an 0 pat were entertained at games Free Perking Rear of Store
to witness
so plan this fine
en the New Salem Baptist Church'idining and salt together and add to House Saturday afternoon at I and a gift exchange
,
tertainment. Open Every Night 'til .... 23rd
creamed mixture Mix. Add rolled their home.
room on Saturday, Dec.
Vp Vpk : The choruses'ar.. under the Refreshments were served
28, at 130 p.m. to complete wheat Traditional colors of red and .1
,direction of Mrs Y, C, Rawls with hand Into bars I with Mrs. Fred Johns as chairman
plans I for the Homecomingwhich Shape used In decorations
and Mrs. G, y, Miller. about /green were I of the arrangements.
3 Inches and K
'. will terminate Jan. 21-24 long inch throughout the house A lighted
- \ K I FAMU ALUMNI TO MEET Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter and thick. (If It will not stick together tree was the center of InterestIn {

!i I The regular meeting of the general chairman; Rev. C. J. add a little melted butter the Florida room and awhile SPORTSWEAR Keret LINGERIE
Johnson, pastor.PROGRAM ). I and silver Madonna be- Century J
Alachua
County Chapter of the Place on lightly greased bak. Blouses Lady MenhettenCei Pojamas
Bible
,FAMU Alumni side an open graced a table
Association will ing sheet. To make the cookies Skirt Cob Gowns
SUCCESSFULThe In the living
room.
be held today, Dec. 18, at 7:30:
I II p.m, in the all\ purpose room of A. Q. Jones Elementary look fork like logs, the lightly surface run tinesof : The Edds' daughters, Pam Slacks Robes
over of
Lincoln High School. School presented its Annual I each cookie. and Cindy, assisted by Ann I Sweaters I Peignoir
All alumni of FAMUare Christmas program, entitled of Dr. and .
county Bake for 20 minutes at 350 degree Kirkham daughter Shorts :{ Slips
expected to be present for "The Noel" In the auditorium F. I Mrs. Wayne Kirkham, served' J r.I'. ,
the finalizing of plans for the of the school yesterday at 7;30 As soon as the cookies come punch and coffee i I ,
and successful.The Fort
pm was
up-coming year, 1969. attendance from the oven, roll them a few Fifty five guests called during I' -. ,
Members, who are not able to was good. at a time In a bowl of powder I I I the party J:1
be present should please con .!! hours __ HER .t .
,tact Ira C Robinson, chapter AILING: AT HOME I IuMiN I' ; \
1'Priceon president, 372-7521 or Art tt u r Mrs. Hattie Jordan is ailing I ,) ot't \
Benton, chapter secretary 372- at the home of Mrs. Hattie and \IIIcE PIE flJ .' : at Christmas '.
7034, In Gainesville. Brown, of 28 S.E. 6th Avenue. I .-S1'1' \

all beauty work Regular the 3rd meetings Wednesday art of each heldon that Mrs.she Jordan's will soon friends regain hope her L iarlirsgten- 'r :Ji: uu-hs "

don. from midnire month at 7:30: p,m. at the aforementioned normal physical condition /b. 1..11.

site. .
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'til 6:00 a.m. CONTINUES ILL I I .... JII NW Uth St. .ti to
ANNUAL PROGRAM SET Rev. J. S. Shannon, l local I .. .' .. t.
I The Mt. Carmel Baptist minister Is still ill In the Vet \ ,
Church will have Its Annual I 'eran.' Hospital at Lake City.

FashionBeauty Christmas program at the ONLY EACH OUTFITS ACCESSORIES I !
church Sunday at 5:30: p.m. BROOKER NEWS
The public Is invited. Mils l Te Present Chorus ORDER YOUR POUND CAKI Dresses 's"bln '. Jewelry I{ 1

Mildred\ Williams chairman; The A. L. Mebane Chorus FRUIT CAKI end CHRISTMAS COOKIES NOWKEN'S Suits Nordis Cosmetics t

Salon helpers are: Mrs. Affii Wright, 'will present the "Messiah" at' Coordinetes Monclnl Stockings ,

Mrs. Virginia Hayes, and MrsRuth I the Greater Bill 1 Methodist BAKERY Ensembles Jr Theme Knee Socks j I
Kinsey, Rev. T. A. Wright, I Church on Sunday at 7:30: p.m.
1013 W. UNIV. :pastor; Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, For an evening of fine enter. Formall Lynbrook' Hondbogs
reporter. I talnment, plan now to be pres 15) S.W. 2nd St. FR 6-770J OPEN 8130: A.M. UNTIL 9 P.M. THRU DEC. 23 J

372.3581 I ent. 1Mn. 1 .._

CLUB COUNCIL NEWS Nellie Moore, reporter; -.. .. .. u _".. .. i
I The Gainesville Club Council Rev. A. J. Anderson, pastor I j .i__ '"- --- -T-- .
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will meet Friday night at the --
:/PARTY SET r
I The Invlneal Lodge No 54 /shaving I
its Christmas party at NEW FORMFIT DRESS-SHAPER BRAS REALLY

I the home of Mrs. Ellen Turner '
today at 4:30: p m. HONEST-AND-TRULY SHAPE BETTER! LONGER!
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NOTICE A SMOOTHIE' t eluv new FormM thlntpun OMron' lining
The In the lupifSMAPt
members of Aialea l
,? I Chapter are asked to meet al : ,, More lift better molding end support!

r .AIIJf I the regular meeting place I fi ao'1III'' AI 101.1 ryul
.
v. .., Thursday at I p.m. Mrs. Mc. to I IIOMTHI Ai HM es Or itWnt' '
Quinn W. M.REGISTRATION. :
N REALLIFE: r MOlit HATUtAU As Mturel II'IIfI (_! !fc!!!) boil And

I BEGINS f"lflfft y

Boys' Club members who
CONSTANT) l..''''ull'pl''l'' Cotorf loft"...! T;"'t""l In,
I register this week
l = starting will It' Ion.t

be Club sporting new 1961 Boys' Rigid' ", .'.".< I is eM cotton. "Interlining I II polytiU' (spun)
I membership cards, it was "
I' '
'announced today at the Boys'' .1. D cr f<) .mj nylon )

Club of GaineaviJle.I aa. f. w .,r Theo i.
I Membership renewal blanks) t,

were Those\ mailed who have to most not members.recfivedl STORY!' 'N 9mfft!!

.these forms should pick them)
up at the Boys' Club Registre-i Dries lO.per bra ,
lion Desk. et....ee lives 1ft el...". ""0fI.AU .

the 'forbidden' fragrance Membership fee for the entire I j I to C36..ar .
year is one dollar, regardless of
age. Eligible age for registration .,
I
Is age seven through "... 1M'
high, I
school age.Membership.
registration for! ,. I -

the current year Is expected to)I 7I 5250
reach: the 1500 mark Mere! :

the registration for the "I)
year begins.
After paying the !Initial enel "
dollar membership fee, there) ti B L FWtila'. i$ DEPT

are M ether charges made. I I 'tt v "Where the Foahion Mended Mold
Boys may enter activities: 1111| r +
I the Physical Department, l Their Figure ,with the Help of
tesrse s.r a..au. +
sa l.es.
la
b where current!? the Basketball!, ,isi V Trained Cor 4t Program to set to begia. y

I Activities to the Vocat lei attducaUooal '' Store Hours: 9 a.m.-lO p.m.

GRESHAM DRUGS !arts and craft Department, library, music come,,

I II YOM DOWNTOWN UGCCTT STORE I and ether related program I i Free Gift Wrapping
I The Camel Room, which Igj
the seat pop+iar spot .k* the!

i buildag toman many table : ssaa .aw rwowuar Central Cherge ..L Charge Layaway
i FREE PARKING IN REAR Of STORE game which safety tilt
'est of bays ef all Ien.I ,
12W..UNIY,_AVL FR 2-2551 I Club hours Peis> at J mdady. I .

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M Bilking the Old Folks Is Big BusinessBy i ifm


SYLVIA PORTER: ity benefits. sure ways." George P. Larrkk, to depict quackery In the trappings and who has a machine or
Financial Writer Why do the elderly fall prey'J.S. Food and Drug commissioner of the old time medi treatment that is so new and
"U man consumed only radiation PART to the quacks? Why are they I makes the point even' different that the medical profession
thru his respiratory organs now a number one target forIYpster. clearer: .moustache I Is against It They
sickness would be unknown .? "Quackery Is not something "He does not look that way are afraid it will put them out "
decrepitude would be unthinkable We don't know how bad the They fall prey to b e al t h that happened in the past. Old any more. Instead, we see a of business." ., VIIA
and longevity would be situation is because the quack quacks because an estimated 75 frauds reappear In new dl a- man In a white coat with a pro- Who are the gypsters and .
unlimited." has secrecy and the embarrassment per cent are suffering from guises[ and new ones are being fessional looking office who is what do they peddle? What IsC
V of the fantastic of his victims on his some chronic disease or ailment invented There fa a tendency i probably a licensed practitioner are we doing to stop them? IsQ 011IJ
This claims is Just made one by a "pro-- aide" It could be that elderly such si arthritis heart disease, rrrrrrr _________._------------------- ,.-.......-.... rrww.rr
for WORK SPORT PLAYS essor" in an ad I received via people are waiting 10 cents out Insommia faulty bearing or r tJtion
of every spending dollar on look to
the nails recently. It is typicalof 'failing eyesight Many
fraudulent useless or grossly the future with fear. Testified Hours: AMTO lOtPM j
GIVE/ HIM A the "medical" garbage being and'
misrepresented products
whose wife died of iIS Itepr
thrown now at millions of elderly one man
American citizens and services. And, adds Williams, cancer: "They're afraid of what
PkatteaP "Quacks take more than do!t.- the doctor will tell them. 'llMis
tragically typical of what la
Gif{ lars. They sometimes r tr
actually being swallowed by prevent They're glad to be told (by a 'Trig STORE WITH MOU6MNBVHU ; -
the of
millions today. cure or hope yore"As quack) that they won't need SHOWING CINTW +10fJm.
GIVE HIM A Bilking the elderly through a result of Its probe the'I surgery." Hot MOUTH MAIN tntor .,
medical quackery,phony invest-!subcommittee is preparing I They are vulnerable to phony 9 and
recommendations for major new making or Investing Ji n
m ant and "savings" plans : money
i mail-order] schemes fraudulentreal legislation to be introduced early schemes because their individual FREE ')
estate deals and many other In the new Congress. Incomes are generally low. FR. II
Today there are 18 million A 1961 White House Conferenceon
techniques Is today among Biirl
the most widespread and vicious Americans over 65 including Aging found that! 75 per cent GIFT ; B I WttlfWpAKfli ,.
A DUBBIEWADE 'comfort. rackets In the U.S. 900,000 over the age of 90. Their of those over 65 had Incomesof rid
CAIRO PARTS Y'1 cut' chino shirt and pond A few months ago a Senate annual spending power amountsto less than $1,000 a year and WRAPPINGfor y ... bIJI.,
/ SHIRTS tl for every man In your Subcommittee on Frauds and an unprecedented $38 billion IS per cent received less than JIhi nd
WESTERN JEANS I ,The vast majority live on mod- I
family. A pair Gf DUISIEWARE Misrepresentations Alfectinj' the %kk
CASUAL STACKS timely lailor.d' casual Elderly held one of the most est pensions and Social Secur- $500.They are a number one tar- ;
\ OVERALLS '" slacks for dad and Junior.Authen- hair raising Investigations of get for gypsters because their ndR,
DUNGAREES tic DUBBLEWARC wetlern' irons( this type of racketeering ever Turkey Crop over-all spending power Is an
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JACKETS to delight the small fry. DUBBlf. conducted. It concluded that awesome $38 billion a year. 'ta r''
WORK PANTS WARE all purpoie ouUrweqr anIta the accepted estimate that the URBANA 111. (AP) It's the Warns Senator Will!a mi: in
i SHIRTS |nk ti for the big and the smut.J elderly are being gypped out ol second largest crop of turkeys, "The quacks are large.acal. HOME 1mjIU
$$1 billion a year Is "much too In history, says Hugh Johnson,' merchandisers who use every the (
SOLD AT LEADING STORES EVERYWHERE low." Says Senator Harrison: A. University of Illinois extension modern method. They make j.ar.B

Ml). Ir M. Hvffmon I Cf., !t... h.... 14, M.m Williams New Jersey Democrat poultry science specialist.This mass mailings.They send sales .. and
and chairman of the aub-- year's crop of turkeys Is men from door to door. They .
committee: reported at 987 million _birds. advertise In high and low pres- 'frO(
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Wednesday, December 16, 1964 Gainesville Sun 7


v f I I Fresh Dates Are GreatBy I Spirit of Giving Features BPW Party I I IThe I


CECILY BROWNSTONE: seasonal Spirit of giving 'gush: Miss Adelaide Belle, Mrs land Australia She was Introduced (Christmas check for this project ]. I
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Associated Press Food Editor I was observed by the ,Ernest Rhodes, Mrs. John Han. by Miss Noele Peiez, a( which were presented b y I II
: Gainesville Business and Professional cock and Mrs. Robert Round-(natlof France and member I Mrs Iydal Wlndham.
: Y, December 17 SUCH GREAT things to do ZT Womens Club Monday .!tree. 'of the city club I Miss Adelaide Selle was presented )
with fresh dates! night it their annual Chrht- Mrs Roundtree, who was in I Mrs. Maude Dltkwson, chairman a miniature replica of tclub'
Wedding of Miss Jean Car- t ti mas party at the GainesvilleGolf 'charge of arrangements, contrU for the evening, presented the prize winning float In
ver, daughter of Mr. and First \\'e suggest a Big Date ,
and Country Club. I'buted a large scrapbook i In :Mrs Louise Sigman and a, the City annual Christmas parade
Mrs. W. G. Cake to which, along with walnuts
Carver of Lake-
which copies of the poems and from the Ocala Girls M a recognition of Dec
land and Chester Burt they add their sweet Club members contributed group
Chairman.
skits will be kept as a club School In a of carols services ai Parade
Chance, son of Dr. and Mrs. flavor. The following recipe their gifts of entertainment to I Imom.nto. I iMrs: Dickerson program presented the!' The program concluded will
dean! Chance of Coconut really does produce a big cake,, round out the evening program with the Christmas pack.!the singing of. carols led by
Qrove, 8 p.m.. University a tube pan size, so there will This Included humorous, orlg MK! Pulluii (.utst (age group contributed by club mem-111, Mrs. Windham, with Mill Vivian
Methodist Church. Reception be plenty to serve to a crowdor Inal poems serious !tories and' A most Impressive! gift was[,bers as a part of,their projectfor i Caring at the organ.
following at the home of to use for a number of family musical Interludes Those par(I the story of "Christmas In Far- the school' GuMta were: Vernon Schafer,
Rev, and Mrs. Thaxlon desserts. ticlpatlng in this part of the,nay Lands' contributed by; :Eddie Tompkins Robert Love
Springfield Next comes one of our own program Included: Mn Fred Miss Veronica Pullan. language' The Villagers, local! folk singing ly, Lawrence Gayle, Miss Judy
favorite snacks toasted cheese Bennett, Miss ,Mabel Voyle, teacher at the P. K. Yonge I' group presented several(Johnson, Miss Dianne Blumel
Luncheon complimen t n I sandwiches.For Mrs. J. Holland Palmer, Mrs. School. Miss Pullan, a native of,numbirsMis Miss Susie Roberts, Miss Sandra
Miss Betty Pound, bride-elect Sarah Winter, Mrs. Lawrence England, described, the Yule.! Vernon Schtifer accepted Hackler, Mill Jeaneets I
i of Alvin Alsobrook, 12:30: p. these we use homemade- Gayle, Mrs. C. A. King Mrs Itldp customs and observances I gifts for the Central Welfare Houston; Mrs. Sigma Mis IPullnn
m., Mrs. J. Malcolm Alday type white or whole-wheat bread Marcia Ennls, Mrs Hill Erv,In France, England, Germany Linen Loan and the Club and Miss Caring. j
and her daughter, Mrs. William with a filling of sliced cheddar l 'fWT

George McCrea, Holiday cheese and the dates. We flat- _. ..:. "J 4
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!thorn\ over the cheese. For the Iii cups granulated! sugar I f salt; add alternately to the 1 .
December IS |toasting, we like to spread the I teaspoons vanilla I creamed mixture with the k
Bridesmaids luncheon honoring outside of the sandwiches generously cup finely chopped walnuts milk, mixing well after each'
Miss Caroline Steckert, with butter and toast 13 I cups sifted flour ,addition Mix in the dale walnut \F, .
ride--1ect of John E. Hudson very slowly in a heavy skillet, teaspoons baking powder I mixture.
Jr., Mrs..J. Watt Klrkpatrick This way the cheese melts and teaspoons salt Turn into a greased 10 inch
and Mrs. John W. Kirkpat- the bread gets golden brown and ,2 cups milk tube pan. Bake In a moderate ii i
>Xick III, Gainesville Golf crisp 1 cup firmly packed light ((329: degrees) oven 1 hour and IMI
knd Country Club. brown sugar I I IS minutes or until a cake te>.
I Have ever added fresh I Iil
you 1 cup orange juice ter Inserted In the center cornel
Rehearsal dinner for Miss dates to a fruit compote? Wi Confectioners Sugar Frosting I out clean Cool cake In the I
Caroline Steckert and their like them cut in strips with a if desired I I pan placed) on a wire rack for.
ion, John E. Hudson Jr., 6:45: combination of grapefruit and 12 whole pitted fresh dates 115 minutes; turn out on rack! 4i
t m., Mr, and Mrs. John E. orange sections They're good Pit the dates and cut into tiny I In s saucepan over low i ..
Hudson, Lanquet Room, Park too, with orange sections and pieces. Beat the shortening I 'stir together the brown sugaland
Sane. Cafeteria. fan shaped wedges or red- with the eggs granulated sugar i orange Juice until the war 0
Bridesmaids luncheon 1 p. skinned apple and vanilla until thick and, dissolves; boll for 3 1'I'
and her' mother, Mrs. Win- A salad will sometimes benefit light in color. Toss the cut,Spoon this syrup over the cabIn
fred Hazen, Primrose Inn. from the additon of fresh dales and the walnuts with 1 2 or 3 additions while It .... .
Rehearsal dinner for Miss! dates. cup of the flour to coat and cooling If frosting Is used I : .
Mary Ruth Hazen and their separate the pieces. Sift together ',spoon it over the cake allowlni BLOUSES
son, Ted Raymond Brown, To accompany baked ham,, the remaining 3 c ups some to drizzle down the sides, ISd, b1
7:30 p.m., Mr. and !Mrs Raymond you might enjoy adding slivered Hour, the baking powder and ,Garnish with the whole dales 'LADY ESSEX.
W. Brown, Gainesville fresh dates and chunks or "r and
Coif and Country Club. tidbits of pineapple to sail I d /, "SHIRTMAKER"
Informal party to compliment greens. Toss the combination,, ; CHRISTMASFABRIC \\i1
Miss Betty Pound and if you try it, with a dressing or $
her dance, Alvin Alsobrook, olive oil, wine vinegar, salt, I' : J4
<30 p.m. Dr. and Mrs. S. A. freshly ground pepper and pre ,
Hussey and Mr. and Mrs,, pared hot yellow mustard. 'l AND

Leo J. Thomas, 530 NW 23rd. BIG DATE CAKE T

SATlRim, December II '2 cups fresh dates /2 Price Sale
Tea complimenting Miss \11-3 cups shortening $187
Boots /
Julio Cheves, fiancee of William 14 eggs Gomes Doll Cart ( '
I N. Babcock, Daytona Marce Sailcloth Trucks Airplanes. .
Beach, 2 30 to 4 p.m.., Miss TOO MANY TO DESCRIBE I
Judy Spurlock, Miss Kathryn :YML Has .".
Brooke, at the latter home, 45-mchej
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1617 NW Sixth Avenue, P.ique wide ComparoAt
Dinner honoring Miss! Betty C sI

Pound Alsobrook and ,her Mr.fiancee and Mrs.E. Alvin :| HolidayProgram Prints 'TILQIRISTMAS Solids and 77 5100 1

Flnley Cannon Jr.. Matt prints '\
Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. i
Newton Ebaugh and William 36-lnhes Machi"'l OTHER 1
Bennett, at the Cannon home, wide washable SLlP'S97'
207 NE Nmth Avenue. 1 t10o cotton TOYS S 7.)
Wedding of Miss Caroline Mis Elizabeth C. Ahra n 0, 100'' cotton C
Machin.a FLANNEL
Steckert, daughter of Mrs'I Assistant County Home D e m. 37\f
William II Steckert and onstntlon Agent, who w a Washable Reg. S1COYd. II PAJAMAS
guest speaker recently at the
John Evans Hudson Jr., son
'of Mr and Mrs. John E. Hud- Young Mothers League, displayed r \ 1 ,
son, 2 p.m.. Holy Trinity I Christmas decoration!s $197FLAHHtL
Episcopal Church. Reception I and gave instructions for mak. \ M.n's Orlon Coedigan :. 1
following In the Patio Roomof ing them using various met
the Hotel Thomas. pensive objects found in tin ; I

GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE ihom.I; After. the business meeting, Yd. WEA TERS \ 4 GOWNS I'OHLY$147 I
PROM FRANKLIN
79c
I members stuffed Christ m alI i Reg.
stockings which will be mclud J
I SAVE HALF
ed In the Salvation Army baskets
GIFj t\\( I Dolls, were dressed b> .
A 'the members for these! bas Ladies I Ia
I{bets are now on display at the Off Ave.
FREE PARKING :W 1's f.
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,'I mas social Each personbrought 216 W. UNIV. AVt. FR 5-6310
a gift to be included Pr.
in the stockings The program .'
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1 CERTIFICATE accompanied by Paul Reedy, ;
,..-....-..... husband of the League secretary
Mrs Ray Whited social
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t rangements.Other Ch.nille
4) Warm Bed 2 TRANSISTOR
club holiday activities Spreads
Included i a party for members
Th prettlet'Olft,ftto.rt.wrapping I children Sunday after 00 nI PEPPERELL'1 RADIO
I when Santa Claus was a stir ,
prIM guest The YML wai s 1 $257
franklin's'ftoum I represented with a Christina's I 1
Parade last u ck, i' M JI o.LY$366
& Next meeting will be January -, 'J ,1i Blanket rU-== ttlt9;
14 at the Guarantee.Federal
Boiieae I Ibop ] Savings and Loan ASM $1.50..12$ 6 TRANSISTOR

:OM. Until OM Tkr. DM. II e I:elation Community Room. CHRISTMAS $6.18
401 W. Ui,r A... fl 2.4604 II t; All unemployed Young Moth-i r4 CARDS 8 TRANSISTOR
+ In the Gainesville area anI
.f?.. Parking Rear of Ston!$I,era tiled to attend. Comparo $ 66 $1.66AtStS
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Male Your Camerboy't TASTY
CHILDREN'S
WRAP FRUIT CAKE

Christmas MERRY! CORDUROYSLIPPERS I

a. J Retl lot 23c 3, Ibe., $128EVERGREEN \

the RIGHT NOW'.. .ore than ever your
gift faithful aewspaperbot' PPwetatet b*. 6-fOOT
foe paid promptly Jle'i counting ea I
100% eolUrtlots so as to pay felt note
she'll appreciate.; bills on time, and have full profit' te 5 7c JUMIOSIZI FIREPROOF
.. each for Ms Holiday n mMt. AIM, CAH
h.'t piannixr to rkw the ywr wine all CHRISTMAS TREE
SPORTSWEAR d arcoanta collected and all bill paid a SPRAYSNOW
record a yourr bus"'>* '" point
to with prWlel 11111 J t. II b I ftr* 4

Beautiful Blouses Sweaters BEST WAY to aloes rOIl apprwte. COMPARE ATSI.OO $397
Skirts Slim Jims Slacks the for lua d.pen l obi. .*,.Ior.. to t. 2 9
Quilted Ski Jackets Tee Tops have the money ready EVZET (lane k. II III IIt
calls to coDKU Yowl assart bin .f a VALVE
Free Gift Wre" nf Oi*. 9 .e 9 Merry Cknatnaa now, and a prevpereu 116 t
route thro|hat ,*. >.. Tour.(6ttuwzuiUe .

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DEAR ABBY CN t yI..HAPPY VET.-WE WERE J T 6ETTlN5
A 8EE I Ni t/Etfs READY 1D SlN6Y F'IHA/.E/ ci
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DEAR ABBY: I have had very bad luck with husbands. nell a need for punishment and, deep down, they feel that INHUMANV15ION SPi3OKLYNGIFT \ YOU FAT CREEP./
One died, and I divorced two, and now I am alone again. they don't deserve anything better. It Is a "sick" love that I CAN SEE THAT LIST.? mjT 1 I HATE
My thoughts keep going back to a very fine man I usedto thrives on punishment .,r CLDSHNOOKUPTHERE NEVER BEEN
know between my second and third husbands. About a year a YOU//
ago I heard that his wife had cancer and It was Just a DEAR ABBY: I have a problem with a neighbor who has z
matter of time. I would like to find out if she Is dead yet. recently moved Into my neighborhood. I knew her casually
I have lost all contact with my friends in that town butI years ago, and I suppose that's the reason she has latchedon
do have this man's business address. How can I let him to me. While she la a good-hearted soul, and I enjoy
know that I would enjoy seeing him again without havingIt her company In small doses, I don't have enough in common a t
look like I am chasing him? Also, how can I find out with her to become the bosom buddy she is trying to makeof I
for sure If his wife Is dead yet? me. I work and she doesn't, and the minute she sees my 1\ t
MILWAUKEE car in my driveway she runs over to visit. She also feels dWIGGLEOUT \
DEAR MILWAUKEE: Information of this kind should besought free to Intrude when I have other guests. The situation is rn
through a mutual friend. And there Is BO way a woman becoming very trying. I would tell her off once and for I I
can let a man know that she would "enjoy seeing him all, but I don't like to hurt people's feelings. I'd like to
again" without appearing aggresiiv*-especially whea the remain friendly with her without giving her the freedom of ARE YE TRYIN' S OUGHT TO TH'CATFISH THREE-DAY -
would enjoy It so much that she can ,hardly wait to bury ,, my house. Can this be done r.1H CAL; TO SHIRK YORE FINE YE FIR BE1N' JEST STARTED RECESS" (. II
his wife. WORKING WOMAN CIVIC DUTYT CONTEMPTIBLE BITIN'DOWN I
a DEAR WORKING That If have the r.lCI 1
: depends: you courageto OFJURY DUTY INTH'COURT. (1 DRIBBLE !
DEAR ABBY: It seems that the saying, "Girls fall for men tell your neighbor that you have only a limited amountof TODAYJEDGE? HOUSE CREEK #
who are heels" is true, yet no one has been able to tell time for "vliltors" and please to wait until YOU can Ii Iiil
me why. I know It Is true In my case because every manI HER, you can retain your privacy, and perhaps her friendship r
have ever fallen for has been a heel. They have all In "small doses." On the other hand, If HER feelingsmean

been rough, abusive, lying, cheating and strictly no good. more to you than YOUR privacy, prepare to surrender "T'-
But even knowing this, I can't stop loving them. Can you your privacy and don't complain. W il )
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tell me why a woman goes right on loving a man like S Inn
that? MAD ABOUT JOE CONFIDENTIAL TO "CONNIE'S SISTER, KATHY" Please z tin
DEAR MAD: There are many women who "go right on tend me your address. It li very important that I get In ) Inn
loving a beel" because they feel a deep sense of unworthl- touch with you.II t2-f 6t I wii

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Wednesday Evening poser Zoltan Kodaly. Danny's guests. 10:45 O Science Around You a lItorhe

I:OG O Wells Fargo (B Compais U 10:55 O D News f
I KWON( HE WOULDN'T TALKTOMETELL Wt SOMETHING, RICK/ I DOIrT
O Mike Douglas "CBS Reports" Is pre "Diary of a Still. 11:00 O m Concentration RK K/WHY HEU lUSTINSUUMt...THL AREYVUREALLYINTERESTW MISSOAL iploTIt.
1:2$ O Moments la Sports empted. 1IM: O O News, Weather, Griffith Z HAVEN'T BEEN ABLE TO DON'rVOU GO METO GET OUT/ IN YOUR BROTHER..0 ARC SOMETIMES .
: O Andy
|I O New Orleans Jazz Sports Q HELP MYSELF HISS BALE bEl:HIMt YOU WAITING AROUND I ASK ..
SJO O Newscepe HOW CAN !HELP DONE
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11:30 O D (Color) JeopardyO -J
(:J$ m (Color) News, In depth analysis of Sports y HOPELESS ALCOHOLIC* I QUESTIOWV.7
the week 11:2 O Movie McCoys tinehe<
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O Agriculture Films New York Times managing "The Women." (1939)( ) A 12:00 O B (Color) Say When : p
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O Sunshine Almanac Anthony Lewis fill In years discovers that 12:IS O Geology 107 ince
1:11 0 News I1tghlghta for Tom Wicker and Max her husband has become 12:2S O News U tate
I with sales 12:30 O Search for Tomorrow ,
O 09 News Frankel. Infatuated a I II m
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7:000 Deputy ".:JO(1959)) Jack Webb ma Shearer, Joan Crawford 12:4S O Guiding Light -1
-Dark Reward.? Local produced and directedthis I Rosalind Russell, O Visiting Spanish ctorsrecei
have a plan documentary flavor. Paulette Goddard, Joan Neighbors I I .I'M MAICIN4 IIt ea susC ,C y WMIcss WAV Ih' i
businessman
Ii to put an end ob en k, ed dramatization of one Fontaine, Mary B o 1 and. UJJ O ID News n 4/AMeuRoew SAIVDWIcNSS I5 1 J MV eiAMOURnR LEAN' po'eoN TO LEANS WANT trWHATAaaV :- lion 1i
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this film portrait of cellist O Midweek IB Gospel Made Deal I' 89th I
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conducted by violinist 1:30: O Cara Williams B (Color) III, Neighbor 2:00 O PasswordO I radioIt ,
Isaac Stern In m Burke's Law 1:50: O Farm and Home Loretta'oung
which Canals reminiscesabout At an International police 7:01 O ID Today CD Special For Women jilt-Fl HI.DOUt( I FICL TtMIBLt LADDtt! r theladdi
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his long MAW NAt SHARED MWi FISHER CAMt Z WOULD JUW15T MWHDIMULl! TO START OUR won IMPORTANT BOOKINO". I
discusses his musIcal the world's foremost detectives Weather O Sign Off A LONG VIGIL WITH THROUGH WITH SANNEM THAT YOU SPEND FOR rtANlTSWRMAIUCnSINC.-AND! 29 yi
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conversation are glimpses a speech on "The Impossibility 1:01: O Captain Kangaroo 3:00: O To Tell The Truth OUTURMD ABOUT S.TO AT HT EASE'HER' MIND o New
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WASHINGTON Teenage- boy friends on budgets and deciding an Important role in deciding What does this all mean? Mr. snow A'a New ;
clogisls, the experts who spend what they should buy In the education of her boy friend. Rand says that teenage boys Y>ru wAa, GUYS any Z Rul r 1 lr,1
their time studying the habits the way of clothes as well as' One boy revealed he wanted to are much more lonely and insecure L. IN T1i ARMY GOQo ; itJJx z
and mores of teenagers, have I luxuries. I go to>> Tufts, but his girl wanted than teenage girls They ; Y
Just come up with some more "In many cases," Mr. Rand him to go to Boston College submit to all the Indignities because M
frightening Information. said, "the girls badger their her father's school, so thatis they cant resist female
)61 I' It appears the female of the boy friends Into demanding where he Is going. flattery and they're suckers for
i] species li taking over more larger allowances and wage in I Mr. Rand also( discovered anyone who listens to their trou Anfn
I and more as the head of the creases. Girls also seem to .that teenage girt actually select bles.
* tribe, and teenage lam Is last hound unemployed lads Into getting careen for their boyfriends It'a almost Impossible for a rrw the
!_[; developing into a matriarchy. Jobs so they can have more One youth, who was on teenage boy to resist a girl who for
J It A recent study by Lester spending money." Mi way to becoming an accountant prttenda she has his best Interest s + Z-IG 1J'CrpMCARO Wit
C i Rand of the Youth Research In- The revealed that male changed over to law when at heart
survey
sUtute of New York reveals that taste In clothes, haircuts, and hij steady Informed him she I The tragedy Is that, at the IIC'
J the female teenager Is slowly even automobiles was being would never marry an account- very moment teenage boys are '
getting control of the purse dictated by the female teenag ant Unfortunately In this case, fighting to break away from
strings of> the teenage male., after he started law school, she parental control they are meek /.I T 9ues...SOtEatacaar..,
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, that teenage boys were turning don't know why, perhaps* The report also revealed that over to their girl friends. tires Iw n eAUt ..trcHrt / ana seviNTiw:
their allowances and earnings It's parental Influence, Mr. ladies ROly11, R.I J (
I evet teenage young make the )rr. Rand COIICIudtt."Tbe
q to their "steady" girls.Teenage Rand said "but the female" decisions on what films their American husband of the future
0 5 girls seem to have teenager Is in the saddle. 'boy friends will tee, what records gives every Indication of becoming
I Convinced their boy friends they The extent of the Influencecan they will hear, and what 'completely bou ebrolttll
can manage their money helter be sadly dramatized by television programs they will Moat of the spadework la being
and make U go farther. what one youth told Rand in itch. 1 done now"
} "I)t have discovered," Mr. Boston "My girl wants me to The so called "teenage mar J
1, Rand said that some teenag be asleep by 11 and. since she M." which la said to be worth I (Aneadaa. teenagers. wWi SI
ers even have Joint bank ac- lives next door, she checks my Billions of dollars la controlled rtatag to pretest skis arwrk
counts" bedroom light to see If it Jsoff. almost entirely by the fern el m*. please seed a
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.;. I Auto Firms Are Optimistic for '65", !Ii Iiy SEE SANTA


CHARLES C. CAIN might reach 10.1 million vehiclcs. $700 million of the company's Workers, or other unions, to '
AP Business News Writer three-year $-billion expansionand strike but added: 'I am questioning ARRIVE. .
DETROIT (APThe three A day earlier Chrysler PresI- modernization plan wouldbe the excessive bargaining I'
c major auto companies agree dent Lynn A. Townsend said spent In 1965, compared to power of unions and, their abuseof \ Then enjoy the fine
1965 car and truck sales would 1465 million this year. this power."
that business
5 will continue fine food & of
In 1965, with Ford Motor Co. the total at least 9 3 million and Ford emphasized labor mat-I Of over-all business conditions Q pleasure dining
4 most optimistic. could exceed 10 million. ters more than the other two he said: '< at Park Lone Cafeteria.
Frederic G. Donner, chair- auto makers, mentioning recent "The keystone to our present V
Henry Ford II told his annual man of the board of General local strikes which cost Ford
t prosperity, I believe, Is the decision
year-end news conference Tuesday Motors -largest of the auto about 130,000 cars and trucks reflected in the tax cut, to- Thursday Evening Special
that car and truck sales in:makers -said Sunday that 1965 from Its production schedules. rely less on government spending Served 4:30: P.M..8:05 P.M.
the United States next year'sales could surpass this year's Ford said he did not questionthe and more on the powerful
) I expected total of 9.S million. I right of the United. Auto forces of private enterprise." \!, L ROAST
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1t I LINE BADLOUISVILLE 'I the 1965 domestic car market. .. i' J. e.,. ,,.,, D..i.., 6 GAins "..,
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Donner aaid it could exceed 7.1i MOIre, ;t. .d c $.we
- (AP) Stewart 1..,. wade.
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- I Lancaster and ha fiancee, i million units Ford predicted It CREAM PIE.. 12c

J I Diana Vanthoogerhuijs. ran Into -would reach (7 million. Townssend's I Y..r $M'*'4 Cv, .! C&,.. *f teed T..
figure was about 1 mil
an unexpected obstacle when Just tell us how much 1 ll Always 8551.r .
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, \ they tried to telephone from you need to pay old re
i Louisville to her parents near lion.Ford, asked to explain the bills I (or horn, I im.provementa !lc .. :=. j.1.; I
iIf wide difference between his car repairs $11500 11.00 J/:ioo 12500 ,
Cape Town, South Africa. I far ill your
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Elephants, an operator told Motors, replied: Phone for prompt, 33600 2000 60000 3439
1i them, were causing a thunderous "The (7-million figure Is a courteous urvic h|_nU mix*MMinl 1M",oc".I. .-- c CAFETERIAI
I static that drowned their very realistic one as far as I LOANS UP TO $600 !
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Styles ChangeDown op- V "in.r 4,30( p m, to a 1 0', pre
timistic. I don't know what influenced : 1
It seems the elephants like 1212 North Main Street I
Ij the years dress of U. S. Presidents at their to scratch themselves on the Mr. Donner's conclu- ] GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTERAir I
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The Ford chairman, as Chrysler i Conditioned Open Daily & Sunday
times. Harry Truman left
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(AP-Presi-) warned of "a situation which
eat Johnson is picking up prec- has in it many of the elements
dent from his political idol and that lead to the tragedy of gen- 4 ",
I utor, Franklin D. Roosevelt, in eral war."
|he fields of official oratory and Roosevelt was greeted with
1 Diplomatic niceties. roars of applause when he entered (
:; The White House announced the House chamber on the NOW PAID ONCERTIFICATES
4i (uesday thatJohMon : arm of his son, James. The /
i will deliver a night- House had a solemn appearance 3'
cI one address to Congressand that night, it's only color provided 1 +
I he peopleon the State of the by the evening gowns and o
'nion on Jan. 4 rather than the wraps worn by some of the
sual noontime report. Not women in the audience. Mrs. OF I
1 ince Roosevelt delivered a Roosevelt sat in the House gallery -
1i tate-of-the-Vnion address at 9 with her son-in-law and

i,m. on Jan. 3, 1936Johnson daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John Y j e Lbl. 4,, .M \
i picked the same hour-has one Boettiger.
; 1 1I been presented at night. I Outside, Capitol police had I y.\
bit of trouble keeping the enthusiastic -
-From ambassa- DEPOSIT
now on new .
crowd )
In order
Iprs to the United States win be Many ,
I received In the executive mansion without tickets attempted to I ,
r'I'Ia'"'I'Ii + proper,instead of the presidential crash the gate In an effort to 1 I

j ji jj office in the west wing,: hear the President. .a. t. :.rk hot
i to present their credentials. r
Eight of them did so Tuesday in CLOCK SICK? ., ,
j the Blue Room.' Roosevelt received 1Tj1! OF $1,000.00 OR MORE FOR
1 envoys in the same

, '' room. A 6 MONTHS OR LONGER I1'
' : When Johnson speaks on the ,
night of Jan. 4, he will be addressing -
the first session of the FULL
) ft 19th Congress-an address that ii1r UNIVERSITY H
will be carried by television and I LET A- SERVICE
radio networks. Florida LicensedClockmaker 4 I
It was the second session of BANK ; CITY ,*
the 74th Congress that Roosevelt ,
i I addressed on that January night PUT IT BACK IN THI *C. ,,4*
, %29 years ago. His speech, broadcast RUNNING. WHERE '
by national radio networks,
was a ringing defense-of the PICK-UP and DELIVERY YOU'RE

. New Deal and its policies and a John I ya GAINESVILLE e FLORIDA j
stinging attack on its opponents. ALWAYS

He declared "I recommend to McKenzie 1116 West University Avc.
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'\ we do not retreat Keystone Rood

,\ He painted a gloomy pictureof MELROSEphone Member Federol Deposit Insurance Corporation
world affairs and said he considered -
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11 No Quietus on Florida Political SceneBy I iiiJTMttiEti I I Ni'r '


ALLEN MORRIS I from the six Cabinet, two Public portlonment could unseat sea'''for public office again and at Smathers In 1950 and Spessard I that High has been convincedthat
TALLAHASSEE This ex Utilities Commission, and soned politicians who will seek some high level," Dickinson Holland In 1958 but, he never he polled his maxim u m ..... g
traordinary, cycle shift D g 13 Congressional seats up for fresh outlets. was quoted as saying the other,lost his public Image," said I percentage of votes for governor ''I,
two year term for the next: election In '66. I 4. Some Democrats and some day. "I don't know when butI Dickinson of the present Con In the '64 runoff. They S L J
Governor and 'Cabinet officers 2. The '65 Legislature Is under Republicans are agitating for shall plan for the right time gressman from Dade. "N 0 11' think he may seek election to 1 r i I IJ.
has wiped out the customary court mandate to redraw change in campaign mech a DIBms. and opportunity." that he Is back In Washingtonas a lesser office than that of +
political breathing spell boundaries of Congressional din Democratic officeholdersare As a phase of his new strategy a Representative It appearshe governor in '88: This could be
Because of the shortness of tricts according to population, still grousing over the cost Dickinson has established Is doing an excellent job the Public Utilities Commission J.
time until the, and this may deprive several ly need for setting up a separate a Tallahassee division of the)I believe Claude Pepper can where two of the t h ree I
Democratic prl Representatives of some of an 64 general election cam- West Palm Beach law firm of remain in the House as longas seats will be up for elect Ion \ I
arles com Cracker incumbent's edge. A Congressman paign headquarters In Miami, Fisher Dickinson and Prior in he chooses to run." then.The -J
around again Ir, seeking votes in counties operating apart from the State a building across Monroe stteet Miami' Mayor High, runner.' reasoning Is that there h
May, 1966 Politics added to his present district Democratic Executive Committee from the Capitol He expectsto up to Jacksonville's Mayor always has been a substantial ,
some of th may be just another stranger In Bradenton. Republicans make his time and talents Burns In the Democratic second I falloff of votes cast for state I c::;: wihj
gubernatorial I I 3. While the Legislature is question whether their high I available to the Burns administration primary last May, remains wide offices appearing on the j ) ,
candidates of expected by its leadership to command goofed by not field and to others who may In the headlines through ex-,I ballot after that for governor, i UI
last spring and skin through Its regular session .I Ing a slate of candidates for wish to use these, ploiting each newsmaking op and united Dade support would S -Jj
many of their supporters are of April May with o u t all statewide offices. Dickinson said former U. S. portunity. The Miami City I i possess greater effectivene s s. J
e remaining active. change, just about everyone The resilient Bud Dicklns o n Senator Claude Pepper was an Commission has, for example,Too, they think the race Issue = I
Governor.elect Haydon Burns here regards June as the expects to convert two defeatsfor example of how even two defeats maneuvered the State Public] would be less significant In a 4aKKK+eKKKfKK [KKKeKKKYKKKKKKK(KKKKKKKWIKrKr ,
has said already that his month when things had better governor Into a springboard need not be fatal polit Utilities Commission Into utili- contest for an office other than
will require six' years program to I start happening on legislative for success In some political[ically. ty rate justification hearings. i that of governor or U. S. Sen-| WicI
achieve. That means Burns will apportionment. Nearly any ap- endeavor. "I believe I will run_Pepper lost to George,. Some politicoes here believe ator. I lloksfr a
be both governor and candidatefor I I r WHiTE c
reelection during the period ci i fOIcl
when governors usually are enjoying r r 1
their honeymoon legislative a

The session.names of Scott Kelly, More Than Money' People Are Our Business ;,E Scotch Whisky 1 b
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Robert King High, Fred 0 1c
Dickinson, Fred Karl and JohnE. c
Mathews are appearing in !
the news, although not necessarily 1J. 4.85
in the context of a gi. Kay Spindler organist c ,
bernatorlal campaign, Just 1 1t th
/ about as frequently nowadays Yom Fifth t
r3 as they did a year ago. ; ,,
Will Entertain With Christmas Music 1
Somo of this publicity they; ,
may be directly encouraging I In Holiday Mm 1
Certainly Kelly regards himself .
as a candidate for governor In Our Lobby December 17 through 24 :, Package
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for he has been pushing t ..f\i\
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his 2.022 clubs that figure being ... I
the number of votes he fell i BALDWIN ORGAN FURNISHED BY GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. ,
1 short of the runoff and the r ., .....................................'......+tKK'a' .t
rubs being the groups of local Make
supporters.Still us your gift headquarters Wt
other results. ', S fuIh
publicity :
?r from the energies of enthusiasts { $325 : GIVE : J
who have never cooled
off, and expect to keep plug '. :..J!.1
ging their man High, Dickinson '; ? ;':Is;;' CAR STAIR SI

Karl and Mathews-dur- ,. Fifth
ing the relatively few months ,I
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until the new campaign opens r frRI4P I th
being pushed and without I Y GIRSTAfRS e
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the gubernatorial contest always 1 I. 'd I UaO c
in mind. Other offices 'I.h BeautifullyGift b
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may be attractive now. "" '
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There are a number of other \ a
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significant factors contributingto t
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of the \ l
this present churning ;.
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i4rw r'f'x i
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political: waters: of : J Holiday Giving .u"0st CIRSTNR "
1. There's the possibility .. .. 1t
several voluntary retirement 11' 'Q},i;. ,.a.v"i 1a

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The Christmas season comesto
the patients of the University ", i.! BOURBON
of Florida Hospital and e
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Clinics this week through a 1, i g
erles of activities planned by I, 0// i h
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community Auxiliary groups personnel.and Hospital 01'\';,. I.!i I i 365 Fifth t h,


the Events young began people Tuesday of the North when ,, 111......a*"*..>tawzazwaas,..>a..a..>Aa...,.sarwaaaa. pC trC
Central Baptist Church gave a "
Christmas Party for pediatric
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CALVERT
patients.
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Choir groups from Gainesville I tl
churches, public school l'
D
choral groups, individuals and ,
"In a Christmas "" !
1 families will Join GIN
Community Sing Dec. 21 : tln tln
at the Archer Rd. entrance of to $
University Hospital at 7:30: p,m,
r
The sing, directed by Dr El- 90 Proof
wood Kelster of the University's i p

t looking will cheer Department down patients from of who their Music will win I be,]I Nick Was Out Of 1: $2.85HEAVEN n thfu

dows. Those confined to their ,
beds will hear the program .-. IcIT
from their pillow speakers.The I wweeewuewww.MKKKYKeww1YKKKKww. Ir
carolers will perform Gift Ideas. Until. 1..
against the radiance of 173lumlnnrla ,
and two 1 lighted I .. !
Christmas trees.
t The lumlnnrla are candles In I 6ti

from bags a of Mexican sand and Christmas are adapted tra he thought of the Florida National "Why didn't I think of that be- tih

dition. Employees of the Hospital I HILL d
who leave their work by fore? I'll give a gift that lasts and lasts! I'll give a Florida National 1il g
nightfall, each will light a candle p

Several as they Chapel depart.services with Savings Account." Why don't ,you, give a gift that doesn't ever get returned i 86 Proof : c e

in tours the of hospital the halls and, decked wheelchair with ? We will be happy to open a gift account in any amount you a I

boughs of holly and other 3.15 ---1i C
Christmas decorations also wish. Why not give lots of them? : C,
will be available to the pa b'fl
tients. Fifth b
The Young People's Choir of Two Drive-In Teller Windows Open Until 4 p.M. Mon. thru Fri. CompUte lending Facilities Until p.m. Fel.r ..aKY
the First Baptist Church of I C
Gainesville will sing Christmas I t HALF"P Y.
hymns on Christmas F
morning. The I'nlwrsily Wom .
en's Club Choral Group lings > -

In Hospital elected Dec.areas 21. within the k FLORIDA I fINiiIlAll ITL L


Ills Excuse ., ;; ,j'l"' '...", .... ..

Good Enough ,:J J"" : BOURBONS !
GINS
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LOUSTVLLE (SP) "I can't NATIONAL 't BLENDS
serve you coffee this time I VODKAS

company boys," Walter of Louisville Swyeri firemen.told a /. 1"d.: .. i NO LIMIT P.

Swyeri Is an officer In the I nil Sate C
Salvation Army and has been I Goo4 TiU

even helping to serving people coffee for 30 and years do, <, BANK AT GAINESVILLE I 'jt j k' OM.1964 I9tfc IL S t,

out whenever there Is a big
tire. I University innv
TU fire swept the Swyers' MEMBER FLORIDA NATIONAL- GROUP 31 BANKS The
home, and he and his wife had I aNe
to flee la their night clothes.: PENSACOLA !I
TO KEY WEST MEMBER F.D.I.C 1901 SW e
the
Neighbor took up good I -v
deed, however, carrying on I II 13th STREET ,a
the Swyer and serving cc J I PHONE 2- 333If L
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Associated By MAGGIE Press SAVOY Writer : ,JUgr

In Monroe, Wis., bank officials .
doled out 20,000 wooden -
nickels. Before Uncle Sam could
tell them they couldn't do this,
19,550 had disappeared from
circulation. Some have turned
up in coin shops. Price: one
dime.
In New York the other day; a
dealer wrote out a check for$17
|In exchange for 91 cents worth
of this year's coins. Gainesville's'SecoGd
What mad, mad world is 1 this

where some banks will give y'ou< .,.. .
a dollar bill for 98 cents In
change; or offer trading ltamps]
for cash: Where a single shiny t
penny ((1932D) will\ sell for $18! ;
a dime ((1916D new) as much
as $700. The letter on a coin I It
Indicates where It was minted:
D means Denver; S, San Fri
Cisco; 0, New Orleans; and P
or no letter, Philadelphia.What I Ij
craziness is this when
coin dealers can pay 1,000 times
the face value of a roll of eli *
ell,and still sell for a profit j PRE-
DAIS
There's a boom In coin co
letting that some dealers say
has reached the dizzy heights of *
mania. !
numismatists It has Increased- coin the collector ranks of CHRISTMAS

to an estimated 12 million;
sparked the formation of new
ok" -
coin clubs at the rate ot one a .
""">."A"'O;
day; zoomed circulation of one
weekly trade paper from a few
thousands to 172,000 in four
years; and has kids and tycoon
alike squirreling away smaU If IT'S LATER '
change until the entire nation i Is

short.. 3 DAYS
both Philadelphia
Although *
and Denver mints present!
the only two In the nation-are,<. THAN YOU THINK !

stamping out new coins on a ,
day-and-nigbt schedule a
billion pieces this year small .
change scarcer.is becoming scarcer and ONLY 7 SHOPPING DAYS

The great Chase Manhattan ONLY I
Bank In New York Is reduced to
, pleading with employes of Ita
130 branches to bring In change

from at their grocery piggy checkout banks. counters Placards .. LEFT BEFORECHRISTMAS ;1

exhort, "Please have exact
change." Ministers are urged i to
THURS. FRI. &
bank their Sunday collections on ,
Monday mornings. Signs i at "
tellers' windows read, "Wanted:
your extra coins to help us stem SAT.
the current coin shortage" ,
,
Buying and selling coins ha.
become big business. 17 18 19. Fore
DEC. Downtown
Coin dealers, numismatists, Shop (
coin magazine publishers, bankers "-
and Treasury officials diem*.
gree on how and why all this Xb% Greater Selection [k

happened.Some lay the recent boom I to OWNTOWN
human nature. "It's a human L *
trait to collect." says Jack HAS '
Friedberg, president of Capita 1
Coin Co., which services coin
shops In 31 department store!
around the country.
Thomas J. Wass, president of _'

Dealers the National, blames Association much of of Coir to rj YOU'LL FIND WHAT YOU'RE DOWNTOWN

day's coin shortage on the massive -
quantities locked: up If I STORES
millions of machines parking
meters, candy dispensers, cigarette -
machines boxes, changemakers laundries, telephone LOOKING FOR IN A DOWNTOWN STORE OPEN 'TIL

that pock our sidewalks, office! J

and Some stores.dealers think the Kennedy p BAIRD HARDWARE HOFFMAN'S PHARMACY ROBERTSON'S

commemorative half dollar \ II CANOVA DRUGS L&L MEN'S SHOP SEARS +ii 1 \
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saved by millions for sent!-
mental reasons and still nol CITY DRUG CO. LANIER'S SILVERMAN'S r.
In general circulation even after CKISNUT'S LICHTER'S STOCK'S
131 million have been minted SMITH-DECK-STORM
COX FURNITURE LIBBYE'S .ft
lured many more to the hobby
"When people saw they could CHERRY'S MURPHY'S VIDAL DRUG CO
get a dollar for a half dollar FACAN'S BOOTERY PENNEY'S WILSON'S
they decided this was one dandy;
hobby," said one. FOLDS HARDWARE PERSONALITY SHOP WOOLWORTH'SGRESHAM
The demand for silver In Industry DRUGS RUTHERFORD'S HATCHER'S JEWELRY
for electronic and photographic
purposes, upped the ",, GEIGER'S RUDDY'SMembers
price of silver. Today some
.
coins such as the IMMMS nick;
eta, are worth melting for the
silver In them. Melt coins away,. of Downtown
and this means more holes ir Acing
Merchants
collectors' boards. Today a ,
complete set of nickels willed "
I. i
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brought $7 four years ago will :" ;H: EVERY NIGHT I
}'
bring 105. .-
The high prices worry many UNTIL
coin dealers. "It's pricing kids
right out of the bobby" Mid
Friedberg. "What will happen CHRISTMASIT'S
when no new hobbyists come to
market?" I'
Still, coin collectors keep k
Joining the ranks, with IS million .. : .
estimated by IMS.! '!'

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To Santa Clans STARTS TOMORROW!!

hEW YORK (AP) New TREMENDOUS r
parents are able to find .t IT'S
what their children want for ,
Christmas without asking then
A I toy store here I IF. A. 0
This Event!
Miss
Schwars)>> DM a telephone for Don't il
"dirtd!
the kiddies that connectS SELECT YOUR
to Santa at the North Pole."
A retorted vote*, Werjrtin
many a ".., Do. he," tab! to Sponsored by:
the children em the phone and
ends up by Selling them I*
.rite their names addrosn GIFTS DOWNTOWN The Downtown Gainesville Merchants Assoc.AMad .
and the gifts 0y wait en earth
pmtdrd .by die ....... The start ,
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Ii Why Not Steal the Valuables at the Florida MuseumBy



Why do burglars Ignore, Its collections plate fleet sunk In 1715 and a'policy under Dr. Dickinson Includes A 24-hour watch Isn't used:tor, you're suggesting every Dr, Dickinson la satisfied!
BILL HALER and Individual arti- generous collection of American keeping all doors locked, because the cost would be "ter one Is a thief," he added. with the museum's security!
I cles of high value? and Chinese coins. I against burglars, but he has nol
Sun Staff WriterIt affording potential thieves only ride and the psychological effect And the system has been e f-
..4-, tfwuiua Uicklnson Jr., But, although there is little H illusions of its perfection. "Llkt
dark noted the
nightIn Dickinson past
was a January one exit; maintaining a n"overseer" bad. Dr. fective. During
museum director, believes he for them to I teal profitably, of disorderly -any building If a person I I.
1962. A shadowy figure only one case
In th'e exhibit the of guard "can
area a years
presence
knows the answer. He poln ts thieves occasionally try the vandaltorn really determined to break inhere
crouched near a downtown conduct and no
at all times, and the afternoon. We have
out most of the Florida StateMuseum's Several enlisting spoil your "
museum. years ago museum he could do It, the direCt
Gainesville building occurred during
planning has
various collections a pearl ring was taken, and University of Florida campus the same thing as an honor ayetern tor concluded.
his next move carefully.He aren't attractive to thieves. more recently, a snake. ,police for night time patrol. When you put In a proc- hours.

had come to rob the Sea- An Item generally is attractive There also have been a few -
gle Building home of the Flor- only If there Is an open abortive attempts to cut the
ida State Museum and its collection market available for Its disposal glass surrounding exhibits, Dr. Say Merry CJristmas&r.
of Jewels, gold and historical Dickinson says. Dickinson added. .'
artifacts. "Most of our items ar..nlque, While indicating the museum \ W/J1/ ,
The burglar checked his which means anyone stealing Is relatively safe from bur- e Wit : f / i4 -'
equipment a hook and rope,' them would have a tough time glary due to Its makeup, Dr. '
hacksaw, file and screwdriver disposing of them," Dr. Dick. Dickinson also noted its secur- i"t: .J 'I ,
The tools of the profession. But Inson said. "As soon as they ity is "as good or better than ) ? Jlf! II '" J from Scars
showed the market, similar "
this thief was an amateur. up on they I'any museum. 7
I would be identified." ', It doesn't have the protection "
However, his plan wasn't I As for the exhibits which do'features of the larger museums
amateurish. Taking the rope in DICXLNTOV fit in the "easy open market1 such as the Museum of Natural! Open 'til 9 'til Christmas Eve!
hand, he hurled It up and over a two story wall. The hook I category (Jewels, gold), 'they History In New York which
are kept in special security recently was relieved of the
and held. he
caught Cautiously
Canal a security go special that D r Star of India sapphire and sev-
Barge Inched the to the Simulated
'
up rope up : ,
Dickinson won't discuss It. eral other precious stones. ? .
top of the wall. '
Lock Work He scrambled to his feet, However, he did ,mention There Isn't a 24-hour guardat Lustre
eyed a narrow gap separating some of the Items carrying a the museum. There are no
To Commence him from a roof jutting out from high resale tag pieces o f elaborate burglar alarm sys- "
the second floor of the Seagle eight salvaged from a Spanish!tems. State museum IccurltyF'ii Pearls

E PALATKA (AP) Gov. Farris Building. lie leaped across, Regular $1
Bryant will drive a bulldozerThursday landing quietly on the roof.
signaling the start of r Moving quickly, the burglar
construction In the first of five: came to a door facing the rooftop SAVE '
; He tested It, and the door 77c
navigational Barge locks CanalA on the CrosFlorida sopened easily. Men's Toiletry 33c

Inside the building, he used Gift Boxed Cotton Gift loueiIO-pc. Lovely Towel Sets,
,
bulldozer swath by the
gov- his tools to break open three GIFT SETSBuy 'CHARGE IT'n
ernor will climax a brief cere locked doors and suddenly Muslin Pillowcases Place Mat Sets All Gift Boxed Son lUvolvlitt Account
at the site where a $3,5 I
mony
found[ himself In
muse m
million St. Johns lock will be. a the names you know beautifully I98 298 498 A variety of itylti" in one
room filled with a shell col.1 Sears Price Sears Price
; Sear Price strands of luster
constructed.The f / gift packaged. Sets by Mennen, or mart '
lection valued at thousands o f .
dollars. His scheme had suc Yardley, Old Spice, Command, Schick Choice of''embroidered, print 4 bamboo pl.c. mitt, 4 nip- ;.pieci sets, embroidered or pearls
lock site is about eight ceeded. The loot his. and others at huge savings. or scalloped muslin. Choose klni, I tilt 'n pepper stokers oppNquid In lovely colon on TOP FLOORYour
was
miles southwest of Palatka just bowls,
from lovely fashion colon. or ceramic tpooni. cotton terry cloth.
off State Road 19. Newspaper stories the next SAVE
day headlined the theft. The
t MaJ. Gen. A. C. Welling of Atlanta cat burglar had escaped. 3ut UP 40
division engineer of the only briefly. Police caught up ( % .
U. S. Army Corps of Engineers with him the next night when TO
and Robert Webb of the Putnam he committed a common error
,County Chamber of Commercewill -returning to the scene of the
4 participate.City crime. ;f! fs SUPER D

county and state officials The stolen articles) were re-
those claimed. Their value? Very 9DISCOUNT
particularly along CENTER
the route of the Jacksonville- high, at least to University of
9 West Downtown andQuickSave
Florida officials. University -- Choice!
Yankeetown canal, have been Three sets of
Invited.At exams were taken by the thief, I
a University of Florida student
the conclusion of the cere- who was more Interested In
mony, Brookfield Construction making his grades than In ob- Of Electric Power
Co., and Baylor Construction taining wealth. 1620 W. University (Carolyn Plow)' &
Corp, both of New York, will That was one of the very W. R.Mrv. Th. Righr T. Limit Q .'''III'' O.
start work on the 100 foot long few successful burglaries com '!" Tools for Him .
and 14 foot wide navigationlock. mitted against the Seagle I t .,.'.. .
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Building In Its 27 year history.

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Wednesday, December 16. 1964 Gein.svilSun/ 13


i Future Routes for Roads Here Will Be ReservedThe I


!
urlty Alachua roads County committee Commission of the should. be reserved, with 100-, proposed east.west artery, 53rd ty roads to lay the utilities time. Davis, like Hope, is a de' North Main St. To continue[would be an east-went artery sions of Main and 15th, 53ro
. has nol Tuesday recommended future foot wide rights of way. No I Avenue. I lines. veloper. I directly north one mile from four miles long, from Waldo Avenue would shift slightly 1 I -
1. "LIk routes for several roads north, within building the would be permitted. t I Much of the land through; Hope, former Gainesville City McCoy has been a businessassociate its intersection with NE 39th Road to U.S. 441, one mile northward, then extend wesLThe
of Gainesville. rightsofway.Streets which the roads would pass Is,Commissioner and a land dUo of both Johnson and Avenue north of and roughly parallel to
won I, Edgar Johnson, Involved ire extensions owned by pulpwood companies veloper, joined with G. M. Davis Davis, in Lochloosa Investment Northeast 15th Street To 39th Avenue. At the eastern road would not junction
commit tee
eak IIIIe chairman said the alignments of North Main i Street, which traditionally are not land- county commissioner, in de- Corp., which holds I landi In continue directly north one mile end, the road would swing with the present 53rd Avenue
' direcC Northeast 15th Street and a sellers. veloping Madison Park subdivI- southeastern Alachua County from Its intersection with NE sharply northeastward to Junc- west of US. 441, but with a

- However, development Is very' sion, and has had tome busi-! The proposed road alignments I 1 39th Avenue. tion with the Waldo Road. 'dirt road extension of NW 34th

probably through much of the ness.associations since that are* _. Fifty = third\ _avenue_- This At a point between...!the exten Street, farther north.
-- ---- -
section. Part of the area tentatively -
Alaclncau
is zoned for Industry.
,L
Some can be used for residential
t COUNTY S use. w .t y t q Jai

r Norwood Hope, V, Q. McCoy
('' COMMISSION and associates have requesteda
permit from the county to

s provide service water In and the sewer entire utilities area. Open 'lil 9 'lil Christmas Eve! '

Shorelines tin and Claude Brandon said through which the roads would
the school wants a 100-square pass.
foot asphalt play area, which The agreement/ would call for
Be Zoned
May would cost about 2000. The use of rights of way on coun- Christmas/
Alachua County School Board Say Merry # "
Alachua County may zone the has allocated SI.000, and the 'tI .
.
shorelines of major lakes another d school allied the county for the Wild Goose SEARS ....... "i' r .

water bodies. [rest.Jack Finds With i 1J
Edgar Johnson, county commissioner Durrance said the Safety jiit
suggested during I county should set a policy 1 I PARAGOULO, Ark. (AP-A "'r IQh \'V xj
Tuesday's board meeting that which would be fair to all wild goose has found apparent "-" -.{. ) ......;;'from Scars
shorelines should be I n c 1 Iud. schools, before It leaps in to "
winter safety on the farm of
ed along with highways and help Santa Fe.IT'ill .
John Powell, four miles northof

'C populous system! to areas prevent in the undesirableuses. zoning Attend and The Paragould began goose lighted,mingling Ark. on the with farm a A Gift ALL The Family to Enjoy. .

Dedication I flock of tame geese kept by

Subdivision, Commissioner Edgar Johnson Powell.It "loosens' up" twice daily I
Al\f FM Stereo ConsoleI
will represent Alachua by flying in a two or three mile -
nun' Replat SoughtThe County at the groundbreaking circle around the farm, calling
Thursday for a lock of the!for the land-bound geese to follow :"
on,tel, Alachua county commis- cross state barge canal. Willi 6 IMG Speakers
sion took under study Tuesdaya The ceremony will be held In I So far It has stayed close '" bJ-1
proposed replat for a subdivision Putnam County, at the cite of
enough to the farm to stay off ,,:
on Klncaid Road, lyln g the St. Johns lock. some hunter's dinner table 4
.
along SE 18th, 19th and 20th ::
Avenues, just east of SE 27th : r .. ,::1: '., .. .... 'v" Cabinet with
\ I'
St.The OPEN EVENINGS '\', of
Meanly
replat Is from a develop- / P" ,:
ment filed years ago, which 'TIL 9SALE \ >) "
does not meet current county Fine Furniture
subdivision requirements.About .
90 home sites would be J
provided under the replat request Gift Priced

i r
Carl L and Hazel M. Brice
own the property. George Smith

t! presented the plan to the coun- ______ $298
ty for approval. I : _
The commission approved the if S
plat for Prairie Bluff sub division .
adjacent to Country Club' Walnut
Estates. The plat was submitted -
one week ago. V Ko h i l ii l No Trode-ln Required

t 1i1 ''i rr t No Payments Until

Farm Forester a .. a t 1t o FEBRUARY 1, 1965
t i fl?
Is ResigningVan i f.,1y a r on Seen Lucy feyment '
MenMehegoitv ,

Murphy, Alachua County TEEN 'I ( er Mepte 5J03 :4
farm forester for 10 years, 1 :
will resign the end of this DRESSES '
month. .' You 'listening plus '
get' stereo pleasure
told the board of tiT TO 14TK
Murphy
Tuesdayhe .. FM/AM radio and FM stereo broadcasts
county commissioners Yl
had an opportunity for a bet-
ter future and more salary. S---' Solid state tuner and amplifier, long- f
The commission accepted the life chassis, FM stereo alert light

resignation with regret. ,di-: iwSJvi.1WEES- Six true-fidchty speakers including two
Murphy's salary has been $e,- 1'1', 4-- ,, 12-in. 2 mid-range, and 2 tweeters
300 a year. The county's forestry esj
budget has been $8,170 a y 11 11x
year Including salary, of which
|3,000 and the
the county pays
state the rest. 1 SAVE 15.95:; on 2:2: Channel:

Murphy said he expects to
take an overseas Jobs with a Lu.",a"e style Silterlone "
British firm, at a much higher roo 0

salary. K 19-in Portable TV ,

Street PledgeIs t

e Regular 129.95 $1 | /T % '" ''t

RequestedWindsor No TrooVIn Required JL JL JC '

residents along Magnolia I I
Street will be asked to Eosy-to-corry beige plastic case opens like luggage for I

pledge right of way to the to coun- 0 easy service. Up-front 5-in oval speaker gives static- II
county open
ty, to permit the f, I III
up the street and maintain It, free FM sound. Monopole antenna for strong clear re'e 1
the board of county commis- ception.
sioners voted J-l Tuesday.
Sidney Martin dissented saying -
the county should take the I II
present road, open it and main- ; r

tain ILJack They're ----- '
J q : 'f.t.
Durrance said the county r : '

1e engineer first should locate Lovely! Lc--1
the road properly and set right to -
tlf way. Claude Brandon and 499 to 10"Lff.il.rtr j t t ,# "- 1e-
Edgar Johnson voted with Dur- TEEN DEPT. _
rance. FIRST 1 FLOOR ftl.HM
.93jxe G. M. Davis was absent

[;7- Silvirtone Reed Organ with Big Sound
, PlaygroundStudy
ere
SALE Citf Meed }
I h '
; found
11ft Elettronkolfy: amplified
Set UpA B'vet big, organ performance: 30
Fe LIFE STRIDE chord butfont' 37 keys. Volume '178 ,
'ute request from Santa I .k ry control. Walnut? grain, hardwood.
School for county funds to help I
,,,. build a playground spurred! FLATS

-or, creation of a comet help to I I
study the to

schools.Cnmmbaioncrs Sidney M are I I


1 ROTC CratlCeremony
Scars! BIG 21in.Silvcrlonc .

Set I

Color TV
Y
The Navy Reserve Officer &
Training Corps Will J" **.i'
Army and Aft Force ROTC .1 Check Seen le* trice

!with Inn<<1rI OIIImllIUIIII, graduating Saturday tenien Sheep, M.-l,.ke picture S388 New TrenslslorlMcJ, Stereo Phenol

during eerenwwei to the J.I I .. 4 ir'eoke't"2 detaches? units C.H tnti
Center Auditorium Enjoy br.ottokicoior on b : sound
HUU Mate Hearth for better uporotion.'
diagonal, screen 1263-ta v>ewmg 0"0)) Eoiyfunwg
I ,
at X 31 p m. fn-t droop.Oiomond needle, $AO
699 2-knob color control' Atanory-l tuning.Modem Green I leothef.
Twelve Army ROTC eadeti. ebony color meld cabinet 4 RPM odopter JJft q
IT members el the Air force I uLsatisfied
ROTC and ant Navy reserve REG. 993 I S
officer wul be commbstteed.
99'a Maine General Robert P. Lode* S>m to 10 \
w.0 '' :
,
ef -a
Taylor, Qurf< ef OapUm f
'''' will de- rtii'
,
:lit C S. AIl Force
8v r fee C'XI'milsiaflE'; address I
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to die ROTC a
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14 GeiMeseill:Spa W.dlt dty,D.cinb.r 1', 1964 .1


11 J) Methodist Lecturer to Make Florida Tour I II I -7.1 A1J12(- 2 REMIND HOURS YOU FREEPARKING0"


Dr. Harold I Bosley, noted Jacksonville the/ 7th and Game Florida leadership. The confer- from 1950 to 1962 was pastor of the Menden Hall Lectures De 'V'"
:MelhodM minister and lectufer'(vllle the 8th, ences lore being sponsored by,'the First Methodist Church of PI U w University. He has I '"""'
the Friends Service,Evanston, Ill. preached I in seminaries in Japan W .. Lot
will be In Florida for a Ilve-day,I Late 'ftt noon and evening American ,
I peaking tour In early January.:session'ar. planned! Scheduledalso Committee local organization'I A Nebraskan, he Is a graduate .' and Korea He was a delegate third-!'I
to the second and
and churchmen In each
Conferences on Pea c 4 and, art discussion'group,\ leading ; of Nebraskan Wesleyan Assemblies of the World Council I
World Order have, be,n M- broad'area* at, paGe concerns of the cities. The AFSO\It an University and has a.B.D. and of Churches.Dr. .

ranged )to give Fk ida ,cities,!and social problems. The Unjted outgrowth of the Society, of)PhD from the. Untrerslty Is the author of
Friends.and is a-contemporaryexpression !of Chicago Bosley
Nations working for peace !
minister, ,
and Dr. Bosltji senior 12 books Including "Main Issues I' ,
arms control I, racism in a of religious Belief, and ll/WfLY ,
of Christ Church Methodist' During the past 20 years he Confronting Christendom"
and 4
world s
New York City, will speak at,shrinking affluence a povertyand ff t Dr. Bosley will'speak U rift has preached In many conferences -"J;>olng What Is Christian." Hn
ai they w
each of these I rnoon& sessions and will aJ-$ ; of college students He "He Spoke to Them In Parables
.
world affairs typical Subjects
are
dress the groups\ during the eve-,Has been visiting professor of was the June, 1963, Religious
The conferences are scheduled : for the group nings. >p..Is former dean of the Church Ethics at Westminister Book Club selection. He xg',4'
In Orlando the 4th, Tam.{ 'These cltacussfon group* wilt Divinity School, Duke University Theological Seminary West has written numerous articlesfor
pa the 5th, Sarasota tin 6th,)be umJir.the direction! of local Durham, N C. and. minister., Maryland, ; tie gave religious publications.-
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FOR GIFTS ;! CELEBRATING .1 :Lr\-:! \



IT'S .J. DOWNTOWN CHRISTMASt

FAMOUS MAKE LADIES' & MEN'S

p! .?(/wIv .': f SHOPPING DAYS! WATCHES*


,
',, INCLUDING VULCAIN, HAMILTON, JURGENSON, CROTON,
-,
BUST 7 GRUEN, HELBROS, WALTHAM & BENRUS.
LADIES I I
.... IMPORTED d
MOVEMENTS
SHOPPING FACTORY GUARANTEED JEWELED

DlRtYS'TIL ..4; .CASHMERE .SWEATERS MANY STYLES TO CHOOSE FROM Orig. Tickets Shown!

2V CHRISTMAS' CARDIGAN STYLES; ,ONLY ". SALE 29.88
<
ORIG. 5900100.00
i ':1;r

BLACK, PINK, BLUE, BEIGE, NAVY OR WHITE ,\'+:/ CASE! STYLES
't
Floor
REGULARLY 19.99 ; Jewelry Shop5DISC



a ass ,, I'' SALE .14.99SWeaTeRS
,, t 5s
YI !p t SPECIAL


.; PURCHASE .
,
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SALEOF

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A MANUFACTURER'S o

DISCONTINUED STYLES .-
1 .y ,tS

2 PIECE


CHRISTMAS HER FAVORITE SURPRISE! )'; NOVELTY \\\ i o I,


\' ,I SETS "c> -- rN

? oy: *il
"LAMPL" & OTHER T ) /

:.i. fo,' ''',' \BULKY OR FLAT ,, SIZES 7 to 14 i a x,r +

CARDIGAN & PULL-ON 1 CORDUROY PANTS
AND ASSORTED

SWEATERS TOPS.

'
1 OF DUPONT ORLON ACRYLIC, WOOL, HELANCA OR. ORIGINALLY hi'

? WOOL/MOHAIR BLEND. .

SIZES 34 TO 40 PRICED 3.99 & 4.99


,, ORIG. 8.98-12.98 SALE 5.99Sportswear SALE I//I// '


Shop-2"dF"or 2.99 & 3.99






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"GREEN BROTHERS" &


t i'' "LITTLE MISS


tff $ % ROGERS"FLANNEL
In 6a t -
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why little girls. 9 t ; jr & CHALLIS


are prouderof 4 hd : PAJAMAS


patents & ROBESSimilar


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.o: {

s SIZES 3 to 6x and 7 to 14

E&Ei

ORIGINALLY 3.00-4.00


M You'll enjoy being f \ SALE 1.99 ea.


"fleeced" like this
W....proud UtiU able'".ry NushA PINK OR BLUE ON WHITE, OR YELLOW.GIRLS' .
day.Yew.u un It ta tkol -.;...
U.tk. way that they. walk.U Your Hush Puppies'casuals w ditinnt UniQUe tannlr4 l e e e e
tie wey eat they talk about methods combine DuWKirbon ruins into Ut: soft BriitMn
r----\ 55.15 does.C..ad..e.. pttd. and And But aat>a Tt11N aRUSNtO
to resist t. stains soil
Brushed Pigskin "
I I .ad .....,epp.r......last inMns softness..eves after SOikJI\&. Bdt But"s only Mif.t.ply P16strnrk CAsuats w ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL
p.toaetker.'l1.y "wl'e w. teat.th.
I I .. the ntoryt < )
M k UN yo r Uttta (ill "PRETEND" LEATHERVINYL
I ..., pelf at B..,..Dt.ws .. "lillli1l,tIAIfll1 C/rre w.?ft Intl lnrkir/ $rr.II .
,.,....for felt, .,*I*nl't IWt U'tn t talon Ml mlu"t fW ft .' STRETCH GLOVESREG.
I ,
l BUSTER a.It
BROWN I 1.00 SALE 79c PairGirl's
-J 6.99x7.99
Put your foot down for warmth 10.99

twtt::L:511: Children's Shoe CHILDREN'S STYLES S 99 & 9.99Shops'r"

Floor s''*" ""' Flo' .f
Wilson's Shoe Shop ShopStrctt


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WHntidoy December IS, 1964 Goh uvfl. Sun 15
.r

Liquor I IT/S FOR GIFTSDOWNTOWN REMEMBER! 2 HOURS PRE-CHRISTMAS

I FREE PARKING FORMER
1gfjVfl CITIZENS BANK LOT- (East of Wilson's) I''
ProblemIn
!
;, OPEN 9 TIL 9 'TIL DEC. 24

I UV NOTHING MUCH HAPPENS AT

Fla. II I FOR ALL YOUR


, By KELLY SMITH i
AVON PARK (AP) -She'e al
lawyer's wife who liked to entertain I CHRISTMAS SHOPPING ,,,..a .
and got to sipping cock-I
tails in the kitchen. Then it )became 3 L
a habit and she became 1 an i,
alcoholic. I *t. .p'. .
Now, this woman Is one of '** TILL
9,000 of Florida's 160,000 alcoholics 1 WoN DeRU.L.
who are seeking help at I IoVcs galore YOU a{ .
the state's rehabilitation cen
ters. WEAR IT ,

Some 150,000 others still need' for her Christmas 'L ;

help. I (or fir il togM e ?
..A.knatrt AND
.
Concerned Floridians, through I .
.m rrjr ,...,
the 1954 Legislature, establisheda
State Alcoholic Rehabilitation! AND AT A WONDERFUL fr.grw.wha..A..* W BED
Program, supported by a tax: of Mi/1 III)
uors.about one per cent on hard liq SAVINGS TO YOU 0. JACKETS

TUSSY ,
"Our philosophy from the beginning by I
,"says Norman Pmardl, '? "PRETEND" (STRETCH) y Sy. FABRICS INCLUDE
director of Information services
for the program,""has been that 'I' FLEECE, QUILTED
GLOVESONE
ultimately each community Is LEATHER
responsible for working toward I ACETATE

control holism."and prevention of alco II ( SIZE FITS EVERYONE) Jill CRUSHED PILE,

Center of this network is a 64-I "PRETEND" LEATHER WITH RAYON-KNIT INSERTS. 1& II COTTONS, BATISTE

outpatient bed hospital clinics at Avon in Park Jacksonville withI WONDERFUL DRIVING CLOVES. J jj'4i r'G BLENDS.REGULARLY .

Pensacola, Orlando, Tampa .
and Miami. REG. 1.00 pairSALE MIDNIGHT BATH OIL. MIDNIGHT CLAMOR
A /ew drnM at your favw SET. Dnmntinlly perk r
Admission to either the clinicsor it* bash oil and youth hays nod'I In new hlu fern ov ea.
I Is voluntary.i 790 pair moil Uiarioui Kith wrap .!. IH .... nlofiw
hospital
_.. (lot.) 12.10 and 1!*M. hand and bndrlotion. 1
Patients pay as their budgets I It.00 'J. ti: q
allow with a maximum $1250
per day at the hospital or $8.50 SIMILAR TO GIcVeS"BERKSHIRE" Street Floor Cosmetics Shop.2nd floorWILSON'S
a visit at the clinics. I ILLUSTRATION .

Due to the newness of the program k1rT (.
,Pmardl says it Is difficult
I
to measure its success but fig,
urea indicate it hasn't been able' PRE-CHRISTMAS 0v
to keep pace with the growing; I '
numbers of alcoholics. I
.
I

ardl Perhaps says "Our more Important treatment,does Pin I ; t t.

demonstrate and our facilities what can provide be done I a I r1f: )f !tI t. !S' rv

training ground for interested Individuals. I It
C ." i
SAVINGS TO SURPRISE YOU!
Moss alcoholics don't linger In
the skid rows of Miami, Jacksonville the she

ty-five per or St.cent Petersburg.of them Nine hold I gift STYLES TO DELIGHT YOU!

jobs and support families. They I
work In Ocala Key West, Bra: always needs...
denton and dozens of .smaller'
communities."I'm i A selected group untrimmed and fur
sure it would be safe to
say that probably 75 per cent do: I AND NOW AT trimmed coats including mink, fox and wolf
not consider themselves alcoholics I : A SAVING TO YOU!IL

,"Pinardl said.be"Denial and of SELECT FROM collars. Coats styled in 100% wool and wool .
the Illness seems to part 2 SHADES IN

parcel"The of readiness the II1ne to s.admit to a'' ,, SIZES 8'/2 TO 11. blends in solids, tweeds, plaids and checks.

problem with alcohol Is a major .; I Give 3 Pairs of
step on the road to recovcry. '
." SEAMLESSNYLONS GROUP 1 -
Each alcoholic affects three to t L
six: other persons! Pinardl I said.' '
"The number of people who suffer j" 30 Untrimmed Coats 6.00 .'
from alcoholism indirectly Is i. REG. 1.15 pro 1
\
probably phenomenal! Regular 35,00 to 45.00
In Florida, almost one million : J. ,' TO
1t
would suffer Indirectly, he estimates !: : 0 SALE 29.90
I < v
i
I :
An alcoholic admitted to Avon t r 14.98
Park stays a maximum 28 days.
There's no sure way to tell how
have been sent on their GROUP 11 -
many SALE ,
way toward recovery. Some: I SALE3.99T0
have been helped some return 36 Untrimmed Coats
to their former habits. I ./ 79
I
There Is no known cure for al Regular 45.00 to 55.00 \
colum The alcoholic can recover '
to the point where he can ab- PAIR
stain from drinking, but there'sno I SALE 37.90
medicine which allow him to i 9.99
drink socially again and not be I,
medicine Is
The only
overcome. A
willpower. GROUP 111 -
Pmardi says program patient: SIZES S-M-L 8 to 20
an encouraged to seek help In 22 Fur Trimmed Coats ,
organizations such as Alcoholics

Anonymous The state (agency KM). Is not affiliated -'' Regular 45.00 to 199.00 A Really Good SelectionOf

with AA but the two I
group cooperate. I SALE 34.90-169.00 Colors & Fabrics.
Mare( and more housewives I
art coming forward. I
Grace Sherwood treasurer! .,' Coat Shop..2' Flair FINI,
bookkeeper of the Miami clinic Lingerie Shop-2"
says well dressed women seem! Q
clinic more frequently I
to wire to the -
nowadays. The Miami

clinic record period.has over had an I.W eight!patlentJ. year on,. NOW IS THE TIME COWBOY BOOTSFor FUR COLLAR MOCS

,
Of these.300 have been added HAVEWILSON'S
since last Jail. 1 and tto* to FOR YOU TO
ball are women,, Mrs' Sherwood For: BOYS -
3.99 7.99 :
said. to Zz '
National averagrt say were C.B.A. and
are five men to each woman al Lt. Blue
robotic but Pmardl and psychologists

\ say the figures are C.B.A. GIRLS Pink rp/ tit'Whit. '

changing.In Florida. the ratio II 110 CBA v' eases- ; Sr
mart maybe toss thaI 34. said> NO DOWN by ACME r ? S
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: rI Easier Abortion Law I
Urge
j 'Best Foot Fonvard'Offered

"i number of abortions Is not per what they believe to be sound
GHS New jerk CTtmriI "
at Friday > milled to exceed a set percentage medical practice.
!I, By EMMANUEL: of live births, the report One result of the legal bar.
j The Broadway comedy "Best Hunk Hoyt, Jim Joiner; Satchel PERLMtmER added. rier has been a decline In legal

Foot Forward," by John Cecil Mover, Pete Godey, Chuck I| NEW YORK Amendmentof That "discriminatory" policy abortions here in recent years,
Holm, will be presented by the Green, Howard Wallace; Dr the state penal law to per- the report said, "places the accompanied by a steady In.t
CBS Senior Class Friday In the Davis "0 I dGrad" mit abortions when the physi- physician who performs the crease in criminal ones with a
C. Addison Pound Auditorium :feeber. Bill : I I IT cal or mental health of the therapeutic abortion and the corresponding: rise !In the number
t David Bobbins; Minerva -
1 ., at I p.m. I Ethel mother of unborn child Is In- hospital where It is done in the of deaths among the women
"Best Foot Forward" is set Dorothy, Suzanne Ridgell Wyman; Miss; Delaware volved has been urged by the position of breaking the law, concerned, the academy not.

at a boy's preparatory Watergap, Janis Bie- New York Academy of Medi- even when they are adhering to ed.

Every year the boys IChool'l wend; "Blind date", .Peggy cine.At '
of their rooms so their haw; Bud Hooper, Carlisle present, an abortion I Is legal
there the night of the in New York only when it
stay
: may I 'tobert; Professor Hoyt, Win- rR
big dance. Bud Hooper writes 'tie Summers: Gale Joy, Gloria is performed to save the life of
a letter to movie star, Gale 1 Buckler; Jack Haggerty Mike s the mother. Persons who violate

Joy, inviting her to the dance McKinney, Chester Billings, Eugene L tot law can be sent to prisonfor
Bud, not expecting Gale Joy to Kallman; Helen Schles- four years.In .
accept his Invitation, also asks singer, Helen Powell; and Miss recommending change in i
j Helen Schlessinger. When both Smith, Karen Rosenberger. the statute, the academy pointed 3DayDowntown k

, girls arrive pandemonium begins Tickets will be sold at theauditorium out Oat although doctors
I perform therapeutic abortions
at $1 for adults and Sale
The characters and with frequency in hospitals, ,
: taking the parts are as thoS'1: M cents for students and chil F they break the law when they

: Dutch. Miller, Frank S 1 ; dren.HAMILTON. do so. ONE GROUP
I
The recommendation was
I contained in a report on the FALL and WINTERDRESSES

BEACHSPECIALS Scene from GHS Senior Class play "Best Foot Forward"playing Friday evening. problem submitted b y the
academy's committee on public -
health to the temporary
; 1 I State Commission on Revisl o D
Why Danny "' ,
II of the Penal Law and Criminal
r I
WHILE SUPPLY LASTS

for Downtown Sale Days I Won't Fight'Bonanza' Bridge ALAN<.. New TRUSCOTT m TUm I I'Code.The academy said that there 1f3 OFF
was no uniformity among hospitals
A highly successful charity 1 NORTH (D) as to what constituted the --1
MODEL 230MANICURIST event wes staged by Hampshire 4KQIsS necessary medical Indications
SETFor Country Club at Mamaroneck. V 7C2 for an abortion. -
Twenty eight Invited expert + 874Q6
As a result, most hospitals
I Professional I Type Nail 1 Cart ti rip fork JTlmra guests paired with members of have developed a "heighten e d
NEW YORK-Danny Thorn the club In a program tourna WEST EAST sensitivity" to the problem and
: : RIG. $1395 SAVE as, the comedian, said it ment. The proceeds of about 4(74 4.162VAKJ10 observe a policy whereby the
NOW Las Vegas, Neir, that he had,$1,000 will be shared by some 934 i
$19.95 $ .OO ..''national charities and certain
Interposed objection to the origInal 4 92 4 QJIOS
All Sales Final Westchester hospitals. Might Get
Columbia 41(974 4J1053
plan of the North South winners were

Broadcasting System to carry Jules Tiles, business managerof SOUTH 'Em Mixed?
; MODEL 70 reruns of his series, "Make the Greater New York Bridge 4 AJ3V

MIXETTESDeluxe Room for Daddy," on Sunday Association and Dr. Michael Q93AK63 SEDAN, Kan. (AP) -Student i
;nights. He said he thought his Roberts East West winners 4 of school teacher Laveta Ab-,
were Leonard Harmon, new 4A52 Boud are people in the morning See All
Hand Food MI.erlEG have been de- i
Type protest might a president of the association,and and horses in the afternoon. We hove chosen
$1 95 SAVE cisive factor in the subsequentC.B.S. Irving Kuller. North and South were viol. our gifts with Our Beautiful
NOW decision to offer specials The deal shown today helpedthe nerable. The biddings: For the morning half of each r
$19.95 $7.00 drama Titles Kuller pair to vic [school I day, Mrs. Abboud such care Gift Itemsyou'll
'and "For the People, a North East South Well.
be
Tulles South opened one teaches commerce and government 1 proud togive
All Soles Final tory.
series", as competition for no-trump, and his partner's two. Pass Pass 1 NT. Pass at Peru, Kan, high school! I "her" o gift Dresses Toppers

: I'"Bonanza. club bid asked for a major suit. 2 Pass 2 N.T. Pass I that comes from
In the afternoons, she trains 4) Suits Gr Coats
ELECTRIC SAUCE PANIdeal Thomas noted that be was un- The two no-trump rebid was 3 NT. Pass Pass Pass quarter horses on the Abboud Cherry's!
der contract this season to dospecials 'slightly unusual, and was Intended I West led the king of hearts. Ranch near Sedan. 4) GlovesGowns
: Fort for the National Broad to show a maximum no-
Cook I and Robes
Baked BeansBraising :casting Co. and that two 0 f trump opening.The I
J same contract would have
Waterless these shows would be offeredon 4) Bed Jackets
Sunday evenings. He laid he been reached if South had made I' .#'
'doubted that It would be fair the more orthodox two-diamond 4)Slips and

Browning Poultry to N.B.C. to be appearing on rebid to deny a major suit. I GIFT WRAPPING i iE Open Every pantiesNight
have bid two
North would then
Pot roosting Stew the two networks on the same FREE
and South would have 'Til
no-trump, : :
evening. SERVICE
Stowing Soups 1 continued to game. E
NOW Vi PRICE I The comedian said that he North and South have barely ON PURCHASE MADE AT 9 P.M. Until r
Ii
REG.
wanted to emphasize that there enough high card, strength to r
$25.45 $|O72 SAVE was "no friction" In his relations attempt a game, and prospects ChristmasI7..LA..n'
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WITH CONTROL IM $12,73Cow with C.B.S. and that the of making: nine tricks do not i )) .....a a.e.? e
'network undoubtedly! had beenof seem good. There are only seven

t the honest opinion H had sure tricks, and the odds are i .ilt Ift MwzM CC
IRD. ....-. I arranged a firm deal. distinctly against developingtwo

I In his capacity as a producer- As more.the cards lie, the contractcan \ WfREE FORKING; ON TOWER LOT : v HMININI APPAREL

\ H actor Thomas Is In the distinctive always be beaten by accurate
.!. position of being a defense. But Tilles did USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE ; I OS W. Uiiivtralfr A'mu. .al.'s Mail P..hi..bl. Addrtn

; TfhEErWIKlNGONTOvVERLOTTHI liar on N.B C while also having his best to insure that he got I i II The Store Thot's More Than Just A Hardware StoreaasasNaaaRasaaa.asaaaaaaa.aasaasa.asaa. 2 Free Gift Wrappings
ownership rights on four of Inaccurate defense. On the I.
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the major CBS hits "GonePyle" r first[ trick he made a key play __ ___ I
STORI THAT'S MORI and the shows of Andy by t dropping the heart nine under PURNITURI
THAN JUST A HARDWAU STOXI Griffith, Dick Van Dyke and West's king. This followedthe v PURNnUR1 s /URNITVRPuNnu!/ PURNnUSI PURNSTUII s rl,

Joey Bishop general principle that a de. ,
clarer should put out signals as PRE-CHRISTMAS SALE AT COX'S
If he were a defender, playinga
high card to encourage a con
PRE-CHRISTMAS SALESHOP tinuation. In this case It left .
West to wonder whether East's -; 1 '1' ',..1 I ...1)i
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4 FootPlastic
[four was a signal from a holdIng \ rt. ,,< :, Big
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DOWNTOWN AND SAVE of Q 13. If South had played f \ I .
the three West would have ..,q' ",< .
THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 'known that East had played his .'.-,: '-
lowest heart t. : Plants,
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DRESSES COATS West suspected the trap and ;.
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shifted to a spade. South won r
., with dummy's queen and led .
Beautiful assorted group of new' fall One Group-beautiful assortment of the diamond four, East would $1199

fashions, colors and fabrics, specially fox and mink trimmed styles untrim- have done well to play an honor,

designed for casual dressy, cocktail med styles In big array of colon Special but he put on the five and South .. t.
and formal covered with the six, losing to ';
wear at- Bring
livingroom dive
your with these fool-

j $ Q OO i the West nine could not resist the 3 1 the,eye plastic plants So expertly that even

: 'I... SPECIAL29.93 IV 33%% temptation to continue hearts your green thumb friends will have to feel
OFF He knew that South probablyheld ) them to know! Accurate true-to-nofure rep-

REGULARLY UP TO 69.98 the guarded queen In view licas of split leaf philodendron and oval leaf
of the two no trump rebid philod.ndron-YOUR .
a CHOICE
but he thought he could defeat only $11.99
33%% ) Rubber trees 1399. Each complete with
Of' SUITSOne the contract by making three
heart tricks and a trick In each I i decorative wood planter box.

group of new fall colors and styles minor suit I
This defensive plan failed because -
In knits and woven fabrics. Special
South throwIn
FORMALS developed a -
at- play. After winning the third

Long: and cocktail length In size 3 to round of hearts with the queen '"1 l wRi
he cashed two high diamonds,
13 and 8 to 20. 33%% E
and the :
OFF was disappointed by uneven .
division. Next he cashed J' I
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33% % the remaining three spade :,: 'j
Off tricks and led dummy's last .::;:;:..... j
heart. West won with the ten,
MILLINERY but had to lead from the club '
LINGERIE king at the 12th trick lo give I i :
All new' fall styles and colors. Sold South his contract 0" !

to $1693.SHCUL c
reg up
One group In shortie gowns robes and


gown 33 sets ;%dusters.% $5.00SPORTSWEAR As Barry Miami Hits Wins I tJ I


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CHICAGO (AP) The personnel I r: 1
ol an insurance company r '

an sat application up and took for notice hospital when insurance ; I j I

One skirts and stocks 'In cottons crossed a desk.
100 I Imported cashmere by Dolton group 0..1 tool
and wool to close out at- AH three children of the La-I 1199Rrsbber .399
of America In black and pastel color ,en H. Hjarberg family, Ham- Philedeadroe 1 Pk.t

lei, Neb.,were born on the same
Sold I.,. et $11.91 $1532 1 7 2 PRICE date In each ot the last three
SPECIALSWEATERS years.
furniture city NO
The children Include Angela,
bore May I, 1962; Sidney bon OPEN EVENINGS TIL 9 1001 WONDERFUL BUYS INTIREST

May t, 1963, and Tracy bon UNTIL
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: May .. 1NL ON OUR

One group ICC'i. wool. C ;' The Insurance firm the Ben- CHRISTMAS 90 DAY

a It Trust tale Insurance Company
33'/3 % said the 4 millutj.. 1 ivI !19 S.E. ht AVE.PLAN
SPECIAL OFF I NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE nance of such a coincidence is

the first la the M. jewoldcompany's I _
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Army Reservists Told to Sit Tight Until Switch to Guard Made i State Record?

FRANKFORT Ky. (AP -

WASHINGTON (AP) Defense! officials said Tuesday er things confirmed reports that i(erred to the active standby Reserve Q. What happens to the col-i Into the Guard will remain' active duty for that period and ,Kentucky has seven living former
Army Is advising reservists Thl'i I the National Guard will be expanded the conversion Is due to be all members of the Reserve the of I Gov.
''r. lit tight and wait for the com- may continue to amass lege ROTC prol(1'ams' Will Army serve out rest their she- governors By former
al to the National Guard. wholly to a 550,000-man force pleted by March 31, 1966. It will points for retirement although graduates gn Into the Guard In a manpower pool not subJect year Reserve obllpitlrm with'Rrt Combs' reckoning, that'i
on a volunteer basis and begin next July 1. at a somewhat slower rate. If col- to drills but liable either Guard Reserve units? other state.
s.n "Army reservists have nothing that a Reserve unit could make A. Nothing happens to the ) regular or I mon than any
These other the individual Is transferred to
n.a to do in preparation for the I the change to were some questions lege ROTC as a result for possible summer training. '
the program
n.n. Guard If 60, the Army answered: the inactive standby Reserve A. Under the proposed i "Nowadays, the said "who
n.n.. move except to continue to I per cent to 70 per cent of its i Q. What happens to men who I he will not accrue further retirement of the restructuring action. Q. What choices now are opento change an Individual has the I ever someone sty to me, 'Hel
serve in their Jobs and capacity, members agreed.In (have amassed retirement points although he Graduates will go Into the draft-age! youths who have opportunity to enlist for Reserve lo, Governor, how are you" il*
It.f until the conversion is completed : response to a series of,points* |does not lose those which have Guard only on a voluntary ba- been able to enlist In the six- unit service only In the National'!people answer, 'Fine, thank
It said. I II I
0 questions the Army among oth A. Individuals who are trans been previously amassed. ala Those who do not wont to go month Reserve program, gn on Guard. 'TOU" .
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New flrirk Hlmtt pected to reach at least 100 million highway Is six years old; the' gardcd as a sort of a "black placement generators are rebuilt i-U

By RICHARD RUTTER by 1971. Vehicle road mile- average truck, eight Most are I sheep" not quite reputable ; 78 per cent of clutches: '
NEW YORK One of the age Is expected to top 1,000 billion subject to the aches and painsf aof I the replacement bus! n e s s 77 per cent of carburetors; 66 .
biggest and fastest. growing of miles by that year advancing age and, unlike I remanufacturing Is now a respected per cent of brake components, '

all Industries Is a result of a Meanwhile, more and more humans, their worn-out parts I activity. Remanufactured and 62 per cent of water pumps. .4
"waiting game." older cars are In use. Autos can be readily replaced.For parts today account for close

It is the automotive replacements three years old or more now many years, the auto pro-, to 25 per cent of the aftermark- business The rebuilt has part flourished of the for supply

parts Industry. Size? A comprise 72 per cent of the car ,ducers had the replacement t: et. I both the economic
huge $9 billion a year at the population. About 25 per cent of market almost to themselves Formerly, remanufac t u red' manufacturing reasons and retail on fronts.

retaillevel.. Growing? The nation -' those are more than 10 years More recently, however, -tis e parts were put together In tiny Instead of ending in a Junk-
population of 82 million\ old. The car manufactur up
average passenger independent parts garages on a hit-or-miss basis yard, a
carl,--,trucks_and buses is ex-"now rolling along the nation's ers have come: to the fore These and the quality was suspect piece of equipment potentially is valuable salvaged -

Independents have gained 70 Now, there are at least 1,000 re. and put back into the indus-
per cent of the replacement manufacturers of all sizes and trial cycle. The saving to the
IIew Yorkers market through aggres ,'J v e the whole business has evolved I motorist Is often large. He can

marketing techniques. Into a large, efficient, mass- buy a rebuilt four barreled
III They distribute parts through production operation that turns carburetor for approximately
every conceivable channel out good as-new products.To .
$35, compared with $55 for anew
Living in Fear to 206,000 gasoline service sta- the delivery docks of the one.
.
Ions and 104,000 Independe nt automotive parts companies
repair garages via 17,000 whole-- The rebuilt parts trend has I
come weekly thousands of used
of the tenant salers. They sell direct to the parts that are then dlsassenr been spurred by other factors. "'.
qualified approval
O ffriu ftflrk ffimra There is currently and fori t
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By JOHN SIBLEY patrols. The corporation employs car mall owner through scores of bled, cleaned, reconditioned I the foreseeable future-a short- t,
order chain and
1 private policemen. Twoor department with new components, put of \ '
skilled
.wJffiW YORK Two large store outlets. age auto mechanics.
of dwellers three at a time patrol the entire through quality tests and shipped Auto parts are becoming more "
-groups apartment (
:lave taken measures In recent project. Even the 38,000 franc h II e d out to retail outlets in nears complex and harder to overhaulat J

Jays<< to protect themselves I "We could have 100 men and,car dealers regularly sell Independent > states. the retail level. Motorists are
It still wouldn't be enough." Ax parts brands that are For some specific items the less
gainst muggers, purse-snatch- ; patient about delays for replacement -, CheerMyla
identical their
to
; factory
elrod said share Is Brings
-ers- rapists and burglars. "These characterswho brands. even greater than 25 parts for their prime
snatch purses and molest per cent Recent surveys among means of travel; they want and;
:: In Delano Village, a develop- women are nothing new to this Within the automotive parts service outlets, for instance, demand "Instant service." The+ Addington, of Crystal River, a patient at the J. Hillis Miller Health
I -ment of 7 buildings housing 1- area. Industry, meanwhile, there is show that (7 per cent of all cost of new replacement parts Center, sot a few chuckles out of Santa Claus when he visited the hospital
jBflO:: families In North Harlem, "The rents that are being paid an emerging trend for remanufactured [starters replaced today are rebuilt -has risen substantially in recent for a party last week. Members of Alpha Epsilon PI Fraternity played Santa-
tenants are setting up their here do not cover the security parts. Once re--' starters; 81 per cent of re- years. for 37 children in the pediatrIc ward. (UF Photo) _
-own patrols. Men equipped!
force. As a matter of fact, I'm
with billy clubs and walkie-
not even required to have a se--
jalkle radios, working in pairs,! '
I runty force. So I'm glad to seethe
eland tricks of one or two hours 'I
:Between 4 p.m. and 1.30: a.m. )I1 tenants form a committee" WOOLORTH'S
I I hope It'll do some good
.
,1 On Manhattan's west side, 3
leaders" tenant groups In a
=dozen apartment houses organized Today InHistory 9c

to find ways of making J4

-their early buildings everyone more who secure.attended -i @%e d ii aIG

the organizational meeting
jold of recent crime in his ownJlulldlng. By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS I II
I Today is Wednesday, Dec. 18.1 Men, women, boys, girls

Z These not isolatJd. the 351st day of 1964. There are I F ie? A .
moves were IS J ; TIMEX WATCHES
: In growing numbers,I 15 days left In the year.Today's I G 97. > r1i
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frightened and angry citizens highlight In history: *
lave been banding together t to On this date In 1773, a band

protect themselves again s ) of men disguised as Indians I 5951295
I criminal attacks.. boarded the ship Dartmouth 1 In
:The trend gained wide alienflon Boston Harbor as others stood: 'iS.pa "Golden Wheat"
last spring when Hasidic watch. They seized 342 chests of Feminine and pretty 4
Jews in the Crown Heights sec- tea and tossed them Into the I s Choose regular or petite sizes
Don] of Brooklyn began patroliing sea. It was the climax of the I Dinnerware Sets y QUILTED ROBES with chrome or gold-tone case*,
the area in radio cars. colonists' fight against taxea levied pylon cord, leather or ex an.

:they acted after a number of by the British Parliament' lion bards. Stainless steel backs,
JJielr people were beaten and On this date ,, 1, t > shock resistant, and waterproof
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Eoodlums from the nearby Bedford English Bill of Rights.

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\ Apprehensively. Commenting on In 1881, American actress Lil! I
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'f i Deputy Commissioner WaiIff la 1944, Nazi forces opened a 'ice for 8 Complete Including erv-platter y t 0" i i 1 warmth of these acetate tricot ,, .
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Ten years ago-The Western a. Electric Blankets Wonderful to 111\.
Che building met In the build- t t
} Big Three foreign ministers discussed i or recelve.l'henew., ..
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New Development HeadJACKSONVILLE I I "I,,It''.f. II I


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Wealthy ,
(AP) - nation is active In its endeavors|
Charles W Campbell as chairman to attract new business," Burns
of the Florida Develop- Charged With Revamping said in announcing the appointment .

'In JailKEY ment Commission, Is chargedwith "I know of none that can I

revamping the state's exhibit Florida Fair Exhibitwith boast the quality leadership that
at the New York World's now shall be Florida's."

WEST (AP) Thanksto Fair by introducing "new designs Campbell will succeed Wendell I
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the help of a man he defrauded and new intrigue. Jarrard who has headed ">s
with bad checks .Harry Gov.-Elect Haydon Burns assigned the Florida World's Fair [man Jan. S when Bums U sworn Development Commission
York was let out of jail for one the task to Campbell aft I Authority "to bring about new in as governor. under Gov Farrls Bryant

day Tuesday to earn more than er he announce1 the appo'it designs and new intrigue" in As non-paid head of the Development A native of Columbia, Ala.,
ment of the 67-yeer-old Jacksonville I the exhibit. Commission,
1000. Campbell Campbell is a graduate of the
Insurance executive Burns wouldn't say If a new will be responsible for state University of Alabama.He .
Sam Golan
And the same man,
Tuesday, .location will be sought for the to
programs attract new Industry
: a former criminal defense, He said Campbell will work Florida exhibit nor answer and more tourists to Flor- was In banking In Columbus
;lawyer from Chicago, will continue Ga., before joining Pruden-
further questions on his plans,
', helping York make money for Improving it. ida.In tial Insurance Co there In 1923 Stilt Houses in Los Angeles
.until his one-year sentence forbad President addition, he will be In Campbell also has been activein '
checks Is up next July. I The Florida exhibit, at a far charge of Issuing revenue bonds civic and business circles. He With price tag of from .13,000: to $30,000 these atilt houses are nftrout*
end of
the
fairgrounds, has at
and certificates for stage agen- and his wife Helen live at near .Ing on the hillside plot In the Los Angvlea area a* land with a view of the
York is a 54-year-old professional times been criticized.
' artist who spends all his Voted On I cies and all the county govern by Ponte Vedra Bcaih. A city grows more nearer. Architects call them "indecent exposures" due to
time painting in his cell Campbell will become Development ments. daughter, Mrs. Milford 't.' plumbing and heating lines hanging below The city nay they are safe but

at pare the county Jail here. He averages III Italy Commission chair- "Virtually every state In the Hatcher, lives at Macon, Ga they have not been tested In a California earthquake.- -- <
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. about one painting-
mostly on black velveteverytwo
days.It ROME (AP)- rlstian Dem-\\
ocrat Giovanni Leone
all started when York, from day on the Italian Parliament's LAST MINUTE ,
Seal Beach. Calif., was living first ballot to elect the fifth
and working In Miami and visiting president of the republic, but I I
Key West on weekends; fell far short of the required
staying at Golan'i motel York two-thirds majority. I XMAS BARGAINS
said he ran through a $6,000bank ( Communist Sen. Umberto Ter-' .
account and wrote check Tat w T yaalETy si0at
racinl ran second and Foreign
than 1,000 which Golan
for more
Minister Giuseppe Saragat a
bounced, and
honored. They
Democratic Socialist, was third. i
sentenced to a
he was year.
No election was expected on,
He gradually worked up t to the first three ballots A two-

trusty In the Jail kitchen and. thirds majority Is required on '
of sketch --
earned the privilege them. Both Pretty r
Ing and painting in his spare I and Practical
On the first ballot Leone got
time. 319 votes, 323 short of what he
His talent soon became appar, needed. Terracini got 250 and I
ent as completed works started, Saragat 140. The rest of the IEASY-CARE i
BLOUSESof
filling his cell. .
votes were scattered among six I dual
Sheriff Henry V. Haskins contacted candidates.By .
65% Dacron
( Golan and the two arranged
the fourth or later ballots. end 35% Cotton
show IGolan's
for a one-man I
requiring only a simple majorlty
motel (Holiday Inn). I
for election, vote trading
don't believe In bearing
"I Just the parties might bring
among
malice holding a grudge
or I
candidate to the fore
against anybody regardless ol' a surprise Sl98"IltorOut"
The new president will sum
who they are or what they'vedone
," said Golan. ceed Antonio Segnl, a conserva
said York live Christian Democrat who'
floored ,
"It me "
: resigned 10 days ago, four ihirt-
when he learned of Golan's ges
waist l with
cerebral stroke style troll
months after a
ture. "Under the circumstances, I .
sleeve from
Cho me-
left him partly paralyzed. up ,r e
you'd find very few men who I .
bwmud colltr.White
oak
limed
"oud act as decently as Mr Scgnl had served only 2'4 I andPaifob. ho9any.
Golan." years, but the new presidentwill I Suet or wllnut fi""h!
Golan and Haskins sent out serve a full seven year I 12 to 31. E \ '
more than 100 Invitations to the, term. "MARUTI" TOP
opening of the show and the, The Christian Democrats, who I ATTRACTIVI
aherlff arranged for a onedayJjarole have 399 members In Parliament -- Men'i BIG MURPH ASSORTMENT

for York. backed Leone. Their I TABLE
Back in his cell last night,, three coalition partners, who Heavyweight Sweat Shirts

York said one canvas and seven have 148 members, backed Sar Mtortment eeniliH
VwMtile
velvets brought around 1000.. agat However, the party's t.bUi, till He". bf C99pt
continue working (H He's active, h.10.. 'em. Colton of step $
to Individual .
He plans choice was not binding on I 5177 24", end a .14by 16".ask.hail
and painting "18 hours a day" members. with crew luckt eagles shears. t.bUi) M.ui corner

until he Is released. The opposition parties the M .-$ "II| MurpV .u ltyUW. .. .an drIed tr.", ...
Golan has arranged for a con- I I It stein and alcohol lS l-
with 253 votes, therightwing Mwllto top
tinuous showing of York's worksIn Communists Liberals with 57 and !. White, yet, bleck cad eel.en ,.,!lit,",* ,f oil
his motel until his release 42-each I : -M'L-'".. site*.
As to his future, York said he the Fascists with prO-I
plans to live and work here posed a candidate from
when he finishes his sentence. own ranks.


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NAN The master guest list Is compiled 0 11th tassel Na1M aid
WASHINGTON The first of from lists made by Pres- rw firmed" ,bMttneab/a. '
150.000 Invitations went out .' .i Pattaae Wtew U asstas
this week for dentelect. eOarNM,
from Washington party of: .,....,.,.. c-
the biggest patriotic Congress, governors and state I ? "" .. .d.
the Inauguration. The state 11 aquttr
them all Democratic: chairmen. II eal. '
The Invitations are. like the chairmen's list are partisan. An -..;: JIIII," ", .',,, ,,-
party heroic. 11 by I Inches tostee others win Include both Democrats "I,.. tarsi,.
and stamped with the gold and Republicans.It V i Iretb.e v =N n sty'

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Capitol dome. for the balls, parade I II I.. BLANKETS / I fLOOI 1 t fLOOt r '.III"-.
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They request the honor of programs, souvenirs and ether //1.11. fal4t....
"la attend this ceil ? tatsl.ra
recipient's presence revenue will ewer
and participate In the toaugura-l! Kennedy's tasugttretJoa hMl BUMFlue" "
John htN6tE 51499 38z38-Inch PLAY YARD /
tlon" ol Lyndon Babies Johnson !made a profit el $27)m cONTROL 5999 CONTIOL
and Hubert Horatio Humphrey A total of |S5 WO went to the
on "Wednesday, the twentieth United Givers Fund. Tie remaining rise ho fit .. bade. sled. w.Hi. .-.rt aka, .
oI111 W7." I S5MM wu held ever ea..e+, pit M weal titW sled) w lUtt SoCJ color. let Rrrr.,.J .."......-1 suhrel Pam
Tarn majestic piece ol true to get this Jtu't Inauguration bled d 101. ray sad 2001. .".' s..Io4 ae-- .itIt kr ...d ara., pat wr/' u o s"

board would tapresa virtually started. WI d.IL.d t 'i rGRUM WI hod" ..... ..., r"S995
anybody but about all It does Ptah lID :=
Iota Invite the body to the dry Haul s'Oar 1
Tickets to the balls, l .1.- Long

concert, parade and receptions
are lamed separately. Aa to- KA.VXAKEE. EL (APLaw MURP'H.Y Quollty ,Always
CO. First
augural invitation b not even rtftCe Rake' Ms a M-year-eM G. C.
good far a seat at Ibe Cap** car that ftiatotawe as a peck

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four yean, there are these figures he made good Central Plaza Shopping Center "Plenty of Free Parking" Open
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Nuclear Meet ,; ,, '. ;, ., "
I ; | Top-Level Eyed <" -I'f



X PARIS (AP) The North nual ministerial conference.The Outside the conference. Secretary defense force. holding a top-level meeting early OUR 1 V0R { '

"Atlantic Alliance' defense ministers North Atlantic Treaty of State Dean Rusk'was to With France determined to in the new year to study proposals .

: turned today to a check Organization's state of military meet for the second time this forge its own Independent nuclear for a NATO nuclear i\ .

,I :alp: > on their, military striking readiness and Its preparedness week with President Charles de force Rusk met Tuesdaywith force. iI' "
) prospects were the principal diplomatic leaders from They tentatively agreed on a /
French-Amen-a11 items under study In the conference Gaulle, chief foe of U.S. plans Britain, West Germany, Italy meeting of deputy foreign ministers W AT.

Continued to dominate the an- 'hall. for an Integrated Allied nuclear and the Netherlands to consider to study the U.S. proposalfor '\.
a multilateral nuclear force r
.: NOTICI Of APPLICATION -MLF British suggestions O
POll.... TAX'H.'"OliO PI.3NOTICB 'Cautions' Over His for a wider Atlantic air-sea nu- :
LBJ
OIVfN IK It
II HSMIY
horde Horn Mortg,," company Itwhodor clear command and any other
of "Itio following 0Ir1111..,.. nil ideas on the subject NATO
any
flitd' tad' cfrtlllciin lor tae Slid loHi t 'f
'lamed "ttunon. Tho cortlllcoto iwnv"Burl member wants to bring up.
and Yuan of Issuance "KM dixrlpTon Next Four Years
; in
ot tin vroiwrtv and Hit nomaoMich Power The meeting of the five foreign -
It wn muMd) ale M tolUwl minister reflected US
'Ewtlilcaio' No Ml Vow el Iwuanto INa
AncrlpHon of Property.c' a Ilk ISahorw.od determination to proceed with
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M.mo to which Hilghli...M Md P C.II. ft Wllllo I WASHINGTON (AP) President 'He' knows full well what the early Kennedy years: 1C the European plans for an Allied nuclear command

"+*All....of Mid proportv III the County Johnson approaches his problems are, at home and allies can agree on Rusk has assured De
:\ el AtKhui, Ifelo m 1'11 llrldaUnlMi I full term"In a mood of cautious abroad, but like many a president \-something to Improve the alliance Gaulle, however, that the Unit r
eortlUcatmTka
.. |' M ndmnwd ouch corllllealo according or hi law the responsibility as he ponders bow before him he has come to the United States will ed States has no desire to Iso-

...;..rmiciln" dotcrlDod will bo mid' lo fh.lllhhx. to 'use the vast power of thepresidency realize that the chief executiveis give It careful consideration.Viet late France and that the door
..aldd.r ot Hi* court "IHWM door an Oh.dirst .. and the might of the not the only power In the land Nam: His first Instinct t to any NATO nuclear command
I'M
'In Month ot January
\WhiMs, Monday ll lit 'Id' day of Jtnuary, 1961 cation he leads," the Washington nor is the United States onnl- was to call his advisers togetherand will alwayi be open to the
-Dotnl thus 30th diy of Novombar, (Ml said In the world. there is only one war
say
r, *Clor, of Circuit Court at Post today. potent ; French. Gift From Junior CivitansChildren
w 'AlKhuo County Florid Looking back toward two of Three major problems face; going on, let's win It. It die
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:_:pe01)J B. ,CARMICHABLt P. i" 20 his predecessors, the Post reported the President, the Post said. not take long to discover thai t t In an address to the NATO Lanier School will:
\ .del : They and his thinking, In brief, It was far from that ilmple Council Tuesday, French Foreign In the special exceptional child class at Sidney

.-"W COURT Of TrU COUNTY JUDSI, lIe feels John 11', Kennedy are: Recently he asked Sen. Richard Minister Maurice Couve de be saying it with pegs, thanks to a gift from the Gainesville High School;

; COUNTY FLORIDA "left him not only an inherI- Atlantic alliance lIe did not B. Russell, the Georgia I MurviUe made a new attack on Junior Civitans Club. Roy Tower, GIIS Industrial arts teacher (right), designed

JAtHUA ION eilalo aUISV otZbJAMEl tance of specific problems but a try to dictate to British Prime Democrat who Is chairman ol[, the US proposal for a NATO the teaching devices presented to the school Tuesday. Others pictured:

j Si DacualId, legend of style and grace which Minister Harold Wilson on the the Senate Armed Service I fleet of surface ships armed above are Steve Priti (left) president of the GIIS Junior Civitans and Mr T
5 IN PROBATI him because such multilateral nuclear force con- Committee "what he ol[:
... All" Whom It May Concorm rankles won thought with Polaris missiles and Coramae Paffanlnl, exceptional child teacher. ::.
.1.'Notlco' U horoby glvon that JOIit. praise." cept and he has done his best to dropping some bombs to teach I manned by crews of mixed na -
,
nit final' AdTJ
BUSBY inn repot 01 -
ntttralor' of tho ottaro at JAMBSiEpH Franklin D. Roosevelt Is still convince French President the Chinese a lesson one idea I tionality. I =
UIY lion,tolnal docoatodi dtichorgo.Mat ho hao and Illodh toil.his major hero but he Is deter Charles de Gaulle that he is not got around Washington," the I
Z ua| will pot oppy/ to the Honorabo H. H mined to avoid what he considers out to cause him trouble. Post saId. Russell said thai t: Couve de Murville claimed he Revenue Commission Supervisor Retiring
UcOonold, County Jurtgo of Alacti' u a.G.unly.
Florida, on fho DacomlMr L an FDR mistake overus- would mean war with China. could not comprehend how supporters I
=W4 (or approval of Mmo and for final' Changes in the alliance are of the project could
his mandate after his say I
,I "'W flhchargo J.", .. oa Lon Administrator Cushy' .oc.' .of...tho. on float trill ing 1936 victory. great necessary, he realizes, but they So, he asked Russell whether, they want to halt the spread of H. G. Florida, Gainesville supervisor '' His resignation was announced honored at a departmental

TJ gay' Joe of N Novambor. BUSBY, 1F64T The Post article, a news an- must not be forced by the United we should pull out oar troops, a:I nuclear weapons to other na- for the sales and use by Commission Director J. ceremony In Tallahassee 00.:

JJf= ,Jamaf Admlnlilralor, Lon Smby of ttw, docoond.In. oitato .of alysis, was signed by Chalmers States. And so as far as the Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore..de., tions and at the same time propose tax department of the Florida Ed Straughn. Jan. 21. :. I

I 0. W.4.Bon 191 N.mpton M Roberts, one of the newspaper MLT or any variant of it Is concerned -mands. Russell said that would I that non-nuclear nations Revenue Commission, will re- Florida joined the comptroller He will be succeeded by Wig

t ..,4ulnowlllo. FloridaMiomoy veteran capital observers.He he has returned American \ shock the .non-CommunisI I t t have a voice in the use of suchweapons. tire on Feb. 1. staff in 193t. He will be fred M. Hazen.
for laid EilatatMO
> 155, t. la, U wrote of Johnson policy to what It was In the world. _____ Zj
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Wednesday, December 16_, 1964 Gainesville Suit 21Hodges

TAPS N. J. INDUSTRIALIST SUCCESSOR

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I Resigns Commerce Post $ __ ; inJOllNSON rlfs-




WASHINGTON (AP-Presl- post only four years because he York. .V .

dent Johnson announced today onswlll be (7 years old. i Johnson said he would submit

the resignation of Luther H. Johnson flanked Connor's nomination to the Hampton p
Hodges as secretary of commerce by Hodges :
V and named as his successor Connor Secretary of Labor W.' Senate early in January.In :4

i New Jersey industrialistJohn Willard WI r h and AFL-CIO: announcing Hodges' departure -! Woman Held l

T. Connor. President George Meany, called, Johnson said he accepted I .. e4 SrN (

T Connor who will take over, reporters to the White House: the resignation of Hodges, a' III .
former Democratic of Stabbing
the commerce post Jan. 13, has' theatre to announce the Cabinet' governor .1
North Carolina with
"deep re-
e, been president of the New Jersey change.
gret. STARKE A Hampton
drug manufacturing firm of
+ Merck 1 Co. Inc. since 195;. I' Hodges was the second mem- In a formal letter to Hodges woman Bessie M. Wood, 50,

c The executive, SO, was activein ber of the Cabinet of President Johnson said the white-haired was charged. yesterday with I
first degree murder hi
con-
business groups supporting John F. Kennedy to resign since Southerner had led tho Com- 1
nection with the fatal
fl ,, Johnson during the presidential Johnson entered the White I merce Department with prudence her husband stabbingof
William
R.
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Fra election campaign. House. The first resignation, and progress and was 'one
Wood.
Hodges has been secretary of j last summer, was by the late 'of the scarce breed" who( are Bradford Sheriff: t

commerce since the start of the President's brother, Robert F. sympathetic to the needs of the ,I Robert G. Green Deputy said Mrs. ,

Kennedy administration In Jan Kennedy, who quit as attorney people>> and "ready to work Wood is charged with the kill- c
uary 1960. He told Johnson he general to run for the Senate on around the clock to meet those
ing of her husband with i'M
HODGES |had planned to remain in the I, the Democratic ticket in New,,needs." carving fork at their home In a

Hampton on Saturday at about

6;30 cm .
He said Wood was a 49-year-

k\BUSINESS1 _? old carpenter and that the Trees for the Hospital
couple lived next door to the
Girl Scouts from Gainerille 223; ,
Y post office In Hampton. Green Troop brought ChrUtmtM tree to honpital-
(lUll children Tuesday at the University of florida Howpital. The girls made
said to
V-- they came Hampton
.w REVIEW = : about a year ago from Georgia the tree decoration. Including the real cookies, themaelvei. In the front row

The deputy said that Louie (from left) are Linda Relchert, Iletsy Green Kathy Infrmnn, Susan Terry
and Sandra Hanson. In the back from left Craven Smith
Hulsey, 23, a nephew by marriage row. are I.IIIIJolley, ,
Is also being held In Judy \Venman, Deirdre Lukowkl. Reth (line and Merldy Llppoldt. Accept In?
-- I = = --- ---- Jail as a material witness. the gift (right foreground) is Mrs. K. R. llzoch. a hospital Pink Lady (LT
I'J Dow Jonei Stock Averages Photo)
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Readers' ]I Previous DIY I 2nd Hour, Stales Dance

RequestTIM 857.45 I 30 Indus up 173 NEWBERRY The Junior

1 20Ul 20 Kalil $$011 ..08 class of Newberry High School Irregular Assessments

following m.r .t qutllllwit ... : 154.55 15 UtiI. up 018 will sponsor a "Holiday Hop" .:
dance in the school gym Sat-
wTsum&zsRsx, 1 STOCK LISTINGS 302.01 I 65 Stocks I up .57 urday night.
furnl.n.d .y

.. :Pierce WulbenuMurphey II 5,340,000 I Volume 1.3Jo.960: pm.The with dance music will by start the at"Co 8 In Dnval Cited at Hearing: .


_. 39e Life Stock Fund .. 1.50 bras." Drew will be stml 1 I
NEW YORK Mead Corp __ 1.70 4714 Travelers Ins formal JACKSONVILLE (AP) A witness statements firm
and admission Is $1 as a by or I sessment by a private
.... 9% Mass Inv Stock _._ 17.03
Merkd ._..._ 2.ooa 45 USI >M. ,
EXCHANGE
STOCK and $1.50.Egg legal assault on Duval County I whether' Duval property Is as. {could erase the many Inequities
._ 8.88
Abbott Lab _...._ 2.40 44'4 1 Nail Alrl ._? .80 65V4 AMERICAN STOCK Mass Inv Growth property assessments continued sensed at an average of 4164 4 I which Walter conceded exist
Allied Chem .._ 1.80 521! I N Y Centl ._._ 50g 47!% EXCHANGEAerojet Pioneer Fund _,,_ 9.80 today with the chief assistant to per cent of its value. Ofthorn said he believes Hun-

Amerada pt 2.00 833', Nla M Pow ..._. .200 53V4 Gen _. 23H, Puritan Fund __ 160 Market the assessor called as an adverse The attorney based his contention .. nlcult and Associates o( St. Petersburg
Am Elec Pow 1.16b 44% Norfolk W __ '.00 136'% Analex Corp 27'4 Putnam Growth ... 15.90Tv JACKSONVILLE (APThe witness. on statements Walter ad.. Is the only organization

Amer Enka _. .... 1.40a 66 No Ind P S .-. US 60 4 Aqua Chem .. .__ 134 & Elec _.. _00 ._ 7.119 Northeast Florida egg market Howard C. Kaufold was scheduled mitted he made early this yell, In florida with the capacity and

Amer Hone ._........ 144a 62'4Amer No Nat Gas .._.._ 1.80 59!% Aurora Plastics ....._.. 24% Value Line Inc __ 5.74 prices to retailers to follow the reappearance In a deposition for an Individualtaxpayer's I qualifications to di> the Job for(
Fund __.. 14.90
1\1 Fdy ..._ .90 17'4 Olin Math 1.20 40li Barnes Engineer 22'. Wellington NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS Extra large 42-45, mostly 45; Tuesday of the elected assessor, suit against the as. this county with Its 180117 par-
Armco Stl __ 3.00 64'14 Owens II G ._ 2.50 101. Butler Shoe _._ 11% Walter nosiest cell of land now assessed at a
large 391%-42, mostly 42; medium Ralph .
Atch Topka ...._ 1.20a 32"% Pac G E 1.00 34'% Chromaloy _.. ,_ 14% Comp. Vol. Close Change I Conroy quoted Walter n saying total Of $906,394.268.
34-38 35-3 small 30- Francis
P. attor-
1" mostly ; Conroy, an
%
upI
Baxter Lab .__... .36 27% Pac Ltlng ._ 2.40 31% Cinerama _. ._._ 4Vi 425,100 Benguet who In the donoiiitlon "the documents When Onborn was ssnessor! ,.he
Beckman In ..... ..... 72% Pac T & T ._.__ 121) 23% Computer Sri w. .....-... 21 101,800 Tex Gulf Sul 51% up 4Vi 34, mostly 31 13 ney far the plaintiffs seek I found In my office goIng -,[said, Hunnkutt had offered to
Cm Sat 60"4 oil 10%. Poultry at farms: fryers a court ordered reassessment
_. 1.20 284 Cutter Labs A __ 15 3, 88,000 Cp .
Beech U S _._ 1.10 52111 Pan Amer A claimed Walter way back show 41... /percent |do the job for about $044.700.
Bristol My ..._ .80 841! Parke Day _. ....100 29penmoU Data Control _._ 56 68,600 Sunshn Mng 27% up H' hens light 6-6. was impoured. and I am of the opin The lawsuit, drawing special

Brown Shoe _...._ 3.40 107% 2.00 42V4 Fulton Inds _._ II''% 67,600 RCA 3Z'. up V< Ion the same factor goes back interest, may become a precedent

Brunswick ??.._._ m Pfizer _.. .80a 47V4 Gen Develop __. ._ 4 53,900 Chrysler 60% up 1% a good many years" for other counties which

Bucyrus Erie ..._...... 36 Phelps Dg ___ 3.00 72Vt Jax Minot _..__.._. .? 8 40,200 Am Tel& Tel 66% upI Named Alachua In his testimony Monday, haven't reaaacsiicd property Int
Cambell S ___ 2.40 37111 Polaroid .__ .20 180'. Mackey Airlines S% 37.100 Ford Motor 53'4 up % Walter said the 41 U per cent many years The last complete 1
Pub Sv E G __ 2.60 39'% Mead Johnson ... 15'% 38.200 Cerru Corp 34% off 1H 1I
Carter Pdt .. .. 1.OOa 16' ? was an arbitrary figure he got reassessment In Duval was In I
Case J I 18"% Pure Oil 1.60 54 Pac Nw Tele] __.. 22, 35,700 Brunswick 7% off >. from the Stale Comptroller'sofrire. 1941.
,_ 1.00 40-4 Philips Elec 45'% 35,100 Xerox Corp 08% up 4% Col.HAWTHORNE
Cessna Air _...._ 1.00 29'1 Rayonler 00 Jr. Deputy Duval's financially troubledpublic t
Ches Ohio ._ 4.00 70% Rexall _. .._. .... .Mb 55% Redwing Carriers ??. ? 10 33,900 Wstnghse Elc] 45% off H "This' gentleman has denied schools all( have &,bll g r
'" Chris Craft __ 13'4 Reyn MeU .._ .50 33% Ric Group -in.rti T---U 2"% 33,100 Dome Mines 37% off H. here In this proceeding thai t: stake In the legal action. If property '

Coas S Gas _, 33111 Rich Mere 1.00 55 Sperry R Wts _.__-_ 8"% 32.500 Sperry Rand 13% up Cadet Tom 4164 was the average assessment Is assessed higher, sac I
Comsat _._.i.mm 68 R C Cola _;_ 120 18% Synte 62% 32,300 Std Oil NJ 87"% off H[Show of Hawthorne has been 4' 5 for the past iviral I I tax milt will bring more tame hy,

CBS ......._m--n._ I.80b 421! Roy Dutch 1.73g 43V4 Tampa Elec ---r.._ 26% AMER STK EXCII named county colonel of the years," Conroy said "1n' this, and It will mean more foi
Comb Eng ...?.-.._ 120 '35'/ Searl Gd .. .to. 64 Tech Measur 15111 ACTIVE STOCKS Alachua County Junior Deputy (Deposition) he states It' I Is, schools under the 20 mills maxi
Cone Mills _._ ._ .80 21% Singer 2.00 81V4 Twa Wts .-.._ .._ 30 Volume Clone Change Sheriffs League. true." mum fur education.
Cent Alrl ---:.... .40 19'4 Smith Kin ._ 1.20a 63V Uni/ Cigar 4"% 89,600 Syntex 62% up 4% ,s : Statistical reports were Introduced
Contl Ins __ .. 2.20 .1111 Sou Cal Ed 1.05 37'% Valspar n 70,500 Giant Yellow 15% unch Ills appointment follows seven Into the case to show that Hook
Contrl Data _.__ 48 St Oil Cal 2.00 69 i200b MUTUAL FUNDS 44-.800 Goldfield Corp 1% unch years of active participationin In one cane a uval> County resident Latin

Corn Pdts __ 1.50 521! St Oil Ind ___ 42V4M. 1 Affiliated Fund ...,. _, I 84 27,300 Philips Elec 45V4' up 4 the League. He Is a Junior e assessed at $2,400 was For Miami
Delta Air ? 1.60 i 61'1. Sterl Drug .65 28'' Capital Life & Cr .-. 168 27.100 D Kaltman 4 off U at Hawthorne High School, a rh sold for $18,500 and In another
Det Steel ?.._ .60 13 Texas VOl 1.20 63 Divers Growth _, 10.04 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS member of the Beta Club and case one assessed at $100 sold' MIAMI (AP) .- A 230-pane
Emerson El 1.00 9'4 Textron ._ ._ 1.40 50% Dividend Shares 3.74 Purchases! 386104 of the basketball squad. TomIs for $13,900. Latin American directory of Ml.

Fair Camera .50g 26 Tidewater 31 Dreyfus _. _._ 2082 Short Sales 5,930 the son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Howie, a professional ami has Just been published.The .
Finan'l Fed 34% Trans W A 49'/ Fidelity Capit! ___ 11.40 Other Sales __ 435,508 Thomas Show Sr. of Haw apralser from Tampa and Spanish language book a

Fst Chartr ___ 1871 23111 ,Union Pac ___ IDOa 42% Fidelity Fund _-. 18.30 Total Sales ........ ............. 441,438 thorne. former' Manatee County assessor private commercial v e n I u r I,

Fla E Cst ..mm,,. -. 12 ,Und Air L ISOb 57% Fidelity Trend W2J PREVIOUS D\Y'S testified a sampling by his lists members of Latin American
Food Fair .90 21' Upjohn 1.00 51 Fund'tal Invest _.,-,.??., 1139 STOCK MARKET Other boys appointed to firm showed Duval assessments I colony, mostly Cuban exiles
FMC Corp __ 1.00 6OI! Jim Walter ? 22% Income of Boston 151' Advances .. .............._.... ....100 serve in county league posts ranged from two per cent to 114 ,with addresses and telephone

Ftito Lay uui..i.m 38"% War Lamb .70 31T4 Incorporated Inc ........... 082, Declines ..................-.......-. 748 are: per cent of value.A numbers There also Is a tourist
Gen Tele .88 36111 Worthlntn 1.50 48"- Keystone K 12 SU Unchanged .... 274 I Captains Jerry Blanton of former Duval assessor,'guide section describing pointsof

Getty Oil .-......,-. .10g 25'4 Xerox __, I8 4 Keystone S 3 ___ 16.66 Total Issues .........._ 1,382 High Springs, Butch Pray of Frank K. Osbnrn, testified he Interest In this 'Gateway of
Grace Co. ,?.- 1.OOb 54''% Zenith 120a 62 Keystone S. 4 S10 New 196144 Highs _..-. 18 Gainesville, Johnny Tucker of SHOWTALLAHASSEE believes only a complete rean-_the .America." __
Hel Curtis _, .80 18'" Ufe> Investors 195 New 1961-64 Lows ....... .. 46,Cross Creek and Milton Widener -
OVER THE COUNTER
I ,
.. ., S.00 411J11 of Hawthorne.
IBM ... .in .11.r-n NIW YOlK tH The MttolKf M
Int Min C __ 1.80a 13:14: .lon.l AnoclOlOT t. bcuruln DH Lieutenants Dennis Mat OKs Conditional P".cllflseOf
Int Tele _.. .- 1.00 58''% .r.( lnc.. 4. Mt r BfOMf.*' Kite" *.!..trn,. Snowstorm Whips chett of Hawthorne, Roy Phelps
tclton km *rt Hit N {D s lm.'
Kellogg .80a m. 01 .... ,.,.,. wiHiln ...KK Dm Mcvri.tm of High Springs Eddie Herbof
Lehman Cp 134e 30'14 couin, lint MM id* (Mat *
Gainesville Bill flicks and
Litton In ..,_ 198f 741, touM iMkMIlAlico Land ... m. Fury at NorthwestBy Buddy Joiner,,both of Earlton Gulf Hammock Tract

Lone S Cm __-, 1.00 1 19% Amer Fidel Life _. _. 21''%" Micky Boyd of Alachua.
Marsh Fid160 4 48 Amer Heritage 11%

Martin M .___. 1.00 1 1m' Amer Mat Ins 11"Amer TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESSA Great Falls had a December Sergeants Bobby demons I (AP) A Council Director Ney C Land-' gram with recreational purposesand
McG Hill .60s :36'\ Pioneer Life 7% mammoth snowstorm pack- record low of 24. and Ira Blanton, both of High
HO 2 million tract of land In rum said the exploratory, oil I UM the other opportunities
Anheuser Busch 66'4 Ing deadly winds churned Schoc. were closed In north- Springs, Joe Hague of Hague, Gulf Hammock, Levy County, llmerock and timber rights lathe for development" tho state will

Late Morning Anodyne .-...._. through the Northwest today, central Mnntina and US. 12 Steve Matchett and Bill Show, was approved Tuesday fur conditional land could be leased to pay have this magnificent property
.... ......... both of Hawthorne, James King "
Citizens Bank 31 driving temperatures far below was blocked by blowing, drifting purchase by the Florida for the park. for nothing
N. Y. Listing Conn Lt 1 Pow w.. 375 zero In some areas and closing snow In the northwestern part of ind Andy Holder, h t b of Outdoor Recreational Planning Gov Farrls Bryant, who hat''I I The propoial must l be ewlore-

... Cowles Maj Pb _._ lll1f. schools and roads. the state. Wind gusts hit 70 Gainesville. Committee [been a staunch supporter of this ltd by the Itard of Ailmioiitfa-

AllisChal WttlntPap: 32% Dunn & Bradst 10% The powerful storm described m h. at UVingston, north of Corporals Dicky Summons, Approval was baud on the acquisition since the stale first lion, the Outdoor lUcrtVonul!
Alcoa 5JH Jones&L M'i Firs West Fin'clFlorida 711 by the Weather Bureauas p Larry Bland and Jimmy Cro- consideration. the land be able had a chance la buy It and Council, and the attorney gen

AmAir 43H KaisAI 29H Gas 11''% almost unprecedented for Yellowstone Park. icy, all of High Springs, Robert to pay for itself The committee, [couldn't afford it. said "We've eral. From there, it goes. to
AmCan 42% Ken'cott MH Fla Nat! Bank __ 64 late autumn covered the entire Huge clouds of dust floated King, Murray Pool and with aa unspent balanre of f IJ wanted this land for a long lime I the Cabinet.

AmCyan 6JH Llg&My 11% Fla Tele _._ M northwestern quarter of the over the plains of Kansas and Lather ornmers., aQ of Gaines million was not allowed to purchase but the old owner. wanted csth. I The committee also declared

AmMot It Loch'd J4.i Forrest Lb 15"Founders nation.A Colorado. I{ville.. the.130.280 arm outright. Now, If we can develop a pro an Interest In 12 miles of tJeac:1toI
Life .. ._.. 'rn
AT&T 66H Lorillard 41% Weather Bureau meteorologist I front In Fort Plrrce. It tank a
AmTob 3Z'. Mag'voi 31 Franklin Life 54 in Helena Mont., said f M tout option to buy tilt land
14HMM4M 55 ,Great American .. 10"4 "venturing out of doors is considered within and It
AmpxCp one year develop
Growers '
Groper.. .._..__. 3I Tobacco Approve
Anaconda 51' Mohasco 14% dangerous unless a person Into a state park, erosion control
Gulf Life _.._ 4S
Armour 53% Monito 86H' Is thoroughly prepared." ares and beach facility,
.7014
Home Ins
Babcock :34'. MontWd 27HBethSU I Kennasaw -Life _. r4 A van carrying nine prisoners The St. Lucle County Commfs
[ 3516 NatDair I0 4 from the county Jail In Seattle loner's office and the Fort
Life Of Fla tit
Boeing 69'. NatDist 28*'Lowes Company 2m Wata., to a reformatory tipped Pierce Chamber of Commerce
Borden 78* NAmAv 53 Milgo Electron 11 over
Brunswk 7% Penney 63 Mort Guaranty InsPacific 23"% officials took M chances -a gel the committee to purchase
CaterTr 39H PRK 37H tow truck righted the vehicle the beachfront boa
: \ Sir Air .... 21'4
Celanese 744 PepCola 12 SchliU Brew ..__ 45'4' with the prisoners atilt Inside. I County CiimmlMluoef Mrs..
PhillPet S2i BUZZ MIX50V The nationwide. tally In the tat month proclaimed the ISO Levy 3/ for 7
Chrysler 61 Swur Life 4 Tr _._...... 51 Robert L. Brown Jr was, referendum showed cent cut In flue cured to-[III per cent approval .lIllIIt'l Marjnrle, Silver said tilt rou lyJIHI.II
RCA 32H 1.oFarm EditerFlorida fob ,per
IB: : cco
CocaCola Southern Nitro __ ... .. ._ 264 awakened by the howling! winds 1 I at least an option from
I In favorof betel : Marlon Four for, sese
42HContCan of flue-cur J42.C4 voting acreage.This -
ComEd S4H RepStl growers growers
to Bellevue, a suburb of Seattle I Use slate Mure the> U S. Corpsof
S0i" Revlon 43 I' ed tooacco went along with continuing the present flue- lie doubt had a bearing. aifsiMt, IM per cent '! I
and moved
H. rushed outside would
I 'PIOY'I Engineers agree to
DowCht 7m ReyTob 394! I'growers to ether states yesterday cured tobacco program and 12..I on yesterday's referendum. In lal.
4luPont 23 SlReiP 30H' '71 'siirrms his new station wagon from utter I and voted to extend marketing 547 sgabuL This was a favor the last tobacco referendumthree SUWSAMO 1S$ fur, 126 participate In an erosion control
Us trees. But two of bbneighbors' : and la W
program pay up Jet
EAL 44% Seaboard 43%1' 1/ Ins LIFT quotas and acreage restrictions able margin of M S per cent years ago, the margin of against, III pf cent approval
such
trees tumbled-amM than M [cent of the cost for a profrem -
E Kodak 13314 Sean 121 Us ear and the ether on his en their crops Ice the The margin was not so peat approval was greater ,

rape 474 Sinclair S7SFlaPit I boa*. 'nest thru marketing years .to Florida where Ill percent per cent I'nton: 93 for, 13 against: Mrs. user also laid tilt toun-

732 Sonaj II v.I Sthoob were closed la Wy. : Growers of short and leaf of growers voting to 26 central TIle tobacco Honda vote counties In North-vesiUr&iy [MI par cent approval I ty could not go ahead with a
Ford S4'i SotthnC! alit I mint Montana. Idaho and!i'staple cottoa to Florida a a counties voted "yes" to conUnuatwM I A Intel of IM UlkiU were public referendum! on a lax hike
R mFreeh Idle test of the nation at the .1 wasAlsikis:
FrmstDt 1JH Sperry Waihinoton State. eat the tobacco .pro 291 fir 17a cad to Florida ea tilt tobacco la pay for the county's share In
Tr 36H StBrand Tf*I Visibility was cut .to sere to same time gave their approvalto gram. Time were 111 nrptive questionTbls tepr..ed4t :the project"Fort j
cent
tot MI
approv
( ; per
CenDyn :35 StONJ I7%I eonUruaUon of federal marketing votes la Florida of I |1
blowing snow to some areas. I al. i per cent approximate y Pierce la midway be-
101.1 Stadebak 6%i CtlSTVI3 SUIT fl'l fI tsd quotas an these crops
GenE .
Approval of tbo continuation '7JOO eligible! grower-voters. tales Jacksonville and Miami
to
Hesvy-toow warnings were Bradford s for, I against
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. K"t Swift HGenVUls I Approval el &we thirds of 'I' I
nFds
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. .* Texaco I7HCcnMtrs I met IUPlutCIJ DlSlmSit effect for Montana. Wyoming growers toting was ......., marketing quotas and acreage ni per cent approval 0. P. McArthur, state executive she saidt would be a perfect"
: eentrols was tantamount to Agricultural spot to create' a state' .
Thiokol 12H and Horft and Sooth Dakota. for the eontsnuatk of federal Colamala in for, 8f director perk
SI1 m. CCarb I2JH Wnfe at :S WIn per boor controls ... flue cured tobaeea -{growers okaying a 115 percent taint; 611 per cent approval StabUlsatioa and Conservation 1 la other action &the commit.
Goodrich MSGrejhnd Iii made? We miserable III Cut and cotton. cut hi their 1M3 fkio Arrvlre. said that the eligibility ( !tee received authorisation to accept .
A 4i fnitAire '
,, 4 Goodyr 22'4. UFruitCuWW '17 Bank, Kant where the tempersture The alternatives, af leas than,[cured acreage anotmmis.b Dislo 21 for, I' against; of 1)4 voters had been chat-! a deed to US acre.:on

; .' STfc l"SSttd 31 NillonW Sr'ftff was-27, Tuesday, UnoffV tw. thirds ., the voters approved -: .fro. fe of mounting sur- ..., per' cent ippmaLGllckrlst6)or I tinged and that County ASC'Levy Prairie Lake 'In Putnam"
n' I) committee were to role 127 UnhMH HtntfUrr coal bwt as Montana _bird! was ao acreage cw phases and a market fraught,I
71 H WestiQ 4SH I IJAt."ikk : OiI .41 .Havre and -a at Summit, !role ea flue cared lobaets,,rill ..,uIntMt, Secretary of,j against; III per cent approv'aL validity of these votes later on an offer to purchase Undi for
oWUmDIx 4o- a nounUM top. community and ao price support program.AgrfcuJture Orvffl Tree IIIit a s' i-Jils: week. .a park site' la Drang, Count/. '\

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I ] How Important Is Violence in American Life? i that was it refusing was producing to acknowledge'maayOswalds I DIDN'T LOSE IllS HEAD I
day by day, throughout WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Fireman -tlllerman's seat put his h e a d
," refusing 'almost 11 feet above ground.
the country through Roger DoIIofl was rid-
-- New fark tiimttFALTHAM chlatrtots, historians, legal experts became apparent to tome par whether some violence was actually thing good for a nation that bad to improve schools prisonsand Ing as tillerman ->+ rear driveron I Dolloff ducked and kept his
I and sociologists who attended ticipants that many langu- good. been good to them. The semi- alum neighborhoods a hook and ladder rig
Massachusetts a seminar on violence ages" were being spoken. "I Frank A. Cohen of New York, nar resulted. here when It approached I n head.Postal
--Two dowa fbtdenta .of law, at Brandels University here can't understand what these I president of a brassiere company The language difficulties were overpass.He I Rhyme
of Hitorjr and of human beha-,agreed that a continuing Institute sociologists are saying," said I who had become concerned resolved by comments of two of Quotable notables: 'Gentle TELLICHERRY, India (AP)
l ki -have decided Hurt violence, should be act up to find one psychiatrist. Some of the about violence after the assassination the participants Dr. Menninger ness la a divine trait: nothing Is noticed a sign listing the cancellations here
anT leatnictkn had brooms so out thy violence starts I n dhow sociologists expressed similar J of President John F. said it was wrong to speakof I so strong as gentleness, and overhead clearance of \the pass-Postmark wording: "Correct ad-
IMp\!,lgnt in American life that It could be contained and views of those who spoke from Kennedy,said he and other business -, good and bad violence, that nothing Is so gentle as real alit feet 4. Inches. bear the What a blessing;
th4eserved full.time study.'eventually eliminated. the standpoint of law 1 men met a year ago with!all aggressions were harmful. strength"Ralph W Sockman, Just In time, Dolloff remembered dressing:
.STET:. J I y.C.hi 0 gists, psh ,,- When the_meeting-.started_It A I long discussion l ranged...on_the common desire to do some I'And Rankin said that society:Methodist minister. that sitting erect In his.saves. us guessing__. :" _
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:H. llltlt n. NW.... Flirt.ilUO.01 rtn rod lltht. lit tr I ..... Htrttrt L Vole? i.7Ii'l.' H.No: 1,511 001lIOhl. Not Dead? End"
,' ...../.... IS. tilth hlnr*. MMNl Willltrm, 1104 Nl Ill i' ran rtflight. .'/ ', 1. Pr. I
FBY Irf Pltet I nt tall Hthnj. HI. R lhIhioev III or I d... Jomtt A. L. .$.IIy ..... lII'ty I.",$,,. ,........ C. LOUISVILLE "The word Dead' carries a
A. M) NW 4th Ttr.. ipttdlnfUS. ..... tU NW ISth IU 11...., torklng. Ctlktun, 73* Nl Irf It. 011100, 00.,1. Ky. (AP) -
W.,,., Icon, 4IU NW 1Hh' ,.... U .. I My.Mirtlrtt. ''ini ."_Ie tovtttgt.nxinf Louisville Is going to liven up, displeasing connotation to awne I
Itllurt Nl ylm. rljM. ol wi*. 55$. .. Phllpot, Mowthomt. till not tullryi Itnhm W. T.. "
,, Dewey L. L... Sill sw :14th It, ran ura t* ynif ngnt tl Say, nis' or itmn. Mr. 1124 Nl llh tl. IllMtl turn, ,orwy some of its street signs. "NoOutlet" people traffic engineer ArthurR.
nf llfht, tit ,..,Iel. W. "...., SMNl Wmt A. JIt'_. 1704 Nl litAvo. P. lu... Jr. ns NW Mth A_, '
IJlh: II., Clrtlnt' driving US. Lye. ,. ....ty lircony (th... ..... .), ,100.0 01011115. Gary A. will replace "Dead;, Daniel said Tuesday
C. turton P. 0 l III. till lt. potty ,Itrctny, 111.. M 54. ...y.I .
i ttnNmCMl DtvW. JBlntr, ::10 7 NW fiyt.lllMhrlh.
SUNGENERAL 4... Plm flMTforly, ctnduct III tr 10 5. DuMnbury, IM NW )4lhSt I
,earl AuBrty C. TKtmgoon, 111 II .'hI ., flooMytf itop tign, III tr I toyi Didn't N
i Ploet I tyrvlnt" whllt Itcoru rtvtkof LOWs O Poltnf, IM lIpId' Hilt lilt*.
11 oiyi tnf IS* tr H Mrs Agnot O$- 01 ptrklnt' llwt a.......1. IF Of 4 ftvt 1 1Subar w
btrnt. at NW tlh II., Mrrylng I con. nt fKll (twt chtrgn, III or 4 fiyt.
-I _led __ IM or It tnt. Alb rtOntn. tract .. liovln.' :M tlmtMl ...11. IMIMO Get Invited
HOSPITAL .oplM Houof tor ...t *...., til LotV, tntt m. RKhtrf ...,- til SI 10mJtMt JW NW Ith "'.. ....... Ml trMflvt. Hrklnt (Ihnt ........It Hi tr Ifort.
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December U, 1X4 J. tnyftr, 0<.... .. fntmilMumtj. ; .. e_. III! NW Jr* A...,' C. w. ,..,'., 4N IW 4HI It., frankIN Honor L. iKktr, 101S Muml Hill
BIRTHSMr. W00w5 5/O,... 01110 5$5.1C5ar55 I Itobtvtf Mo* >.IA II* Rtymanf Ltthtnntn tr II ..... IMK" lirttn m NWlorn Illogol Itrklng' Ills .h.....', U' tr IIfin. LITTLE: ROCK Ark. (AP-)
.0.r45 1115. .$ 0555.511 :IN II lit Ttr. mliwr pottnomi II. ran rtd light, lit tr I foynfrhrtaf Mtrrtll .. trtwn, IM I. Pit- Someone spotted amoke billow-
and Mrs. Edward Lawson ,..rltl. L. M t ,. Ptrnttni tkontik __ 51.121. Prtnklimot. .1 whllt' 1 lktr.lt rtvoktf IN trt volt III, III...' ttrklng' Inn .h......,
-II. M .1" .._. O..uO I, 41? Nl Sill Avt< ptrkMt ... ..... Mtknm T. Ntwmm, 1414 NW M tr 1 fin. Noll .. ....'".. m NWItth Ing from the 10th floor of a student supplies
1543 NE 5th Pl., a boy; T. rtcKMg.ton MM Nl ilth T... MIvtM U. Otur W ttbk. UU NW IthIt. :rf A..., ran raf. 11gh', 111 or I fiyt ".... HUgtl tortlng. u tr I MyItrltlrurMl
frtvtr-i ,llctnot.ctwnjot .. frMkif wrtnt wty in trw.y Mary A. ..II. 1141 I. PtnhtlltnlcDrlvt Jock: C. Mov IN IW dormitory at the University -
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tatham, __, Wtlllct' J. .... ....... 010.A04wr Itlhirt hi YIN rl.M it 01,. 150w lltt ......, wvofing, HI.' Tnorr.it. Itockmtnr. of Arkansas Medical Center
1724 NE!: 7th St. a boy; Mr. and oon Jr. Vort Inch. lmrtttr chtnottltnm It ...'. limit. .... Wlilloni" 355. KJlh Ill IW llth It, wnflng.IIS. 11 P
Alton. C. turn. tffraoi un- J. AHtr IIM HW.... A... Pltct ctrUMl trtvlng" ut.. 10 Jo .. .. (oytwn, 1111 NW XdAvt here and called the fire de
Mrs. Maury J. Blalock Jr., P.O. ._ wI-", -'- ""HI...501 .... .... lit D..... A. Aftmt tUX tin, till A.. Dlmn, It "'."""ty Rtw.nt .. .. HltMl torklng, IS Mlgutl M.000.Mr5. .
Ttntt Miwlhtmt, vIoMlUn N s5 IJW rlthl tl frtvtr-l Nctnw. nt .. It fly I. 1U7 NW 10th M, Ifttf- partment.The ,
Box 36S Archer Fla., a boy; ""' ,_ .ooert. ._.,.. Hkj. wry 111.T1r..r= W NWdrunk John 5. Dm, ",. w. univtnltv, Avt.neklm Ing, US
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Kitaif _..... _.... 1'- .. _... 415 ,'.. 10400,11 .._,.. 121. Prod tlrhlnt wllHlrl tnf ...""' firm L, Hilotrn Ton Iptlkw. Phi
III IIW 304 4'. 0041.5. 010515' IIN IIW 4yl H. _'... IIM tr :31 fin.Thttftrt '.......IOy ........ cinmo f r t Vint. fire chiefs two ladder
307 Main Palatka Fla, a boy; cr.r... fiomiiMfi. wmiim .. .,... H. IInl.... Mf IW Ulh It, ITS ..,...,. A. ._.. IMI NW MthOrlvt trucks and four answered .
..._ Htwlhtmt mowing. tit untv. 11Wlllla. Co J0- s", 14_......... rockltM. frh/lnt. wllllul tnf wtntm, ipkMIng' ",. J...... .. Cob, pumpers
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holt on, ....,'- torton n __ COOS C. UW or 41 ..... JtM W. Irlttm 1N4 won. 211 IW 11* It, Illrgil ptrklng.IS. the alarm.
3035 NW tth St. tnwn, Mtwthtrnt nt vollf. frrnrlIhonoo. tMl .._Iy. Mtmlt WPtrry w. Unlvonlty/ 405.. "knprtpor ticking. II.... A. IMOW, (kill, Hlogtlpirklng.
a girL Cttrgtlt t. (,._ Altchul 1 Mvolto 1121 II inh 0, '. klocklnf nMrttctltn > IN tr II ..... Work J. tpocttr. IU4 IS. Jtrry 0 Mltclwll, II P,. When firemen rushed Into the
*1...-. Hctmt. Wllllt Molm, III Cntrnn Ktlly. Jtcktonlilt NW Jrf ,Ioe. ran nf llgM, III orS ttrnlty Row, Illnil' ttrklng/ U.
ADMITTEDBishop tddrtw unknown, potty ......, lUG trunk, m Our lulllvtn" JIJ iwMl days frlvtr'l" llctntt VHIllltn. UOtr Jooooh 5. Irtwn in HMf' A IllOfl. was seen they found two steaks
_to 5.00,111..011000 ,,.. Miprofor" ......1... US. Miryt. II ..... .I ttrklnt. IS loenord W. Wnhlng.ton. .
Wade James R. Mel -.. 450.,151'A"Ma' P 511 RlwtM. N3t .KW III A'. flMotyof High' 1..1.... nt _.,. IS Pron. sinling on a barbecue pit on
ton Eva P. Leon Ingrid H. '_ 01MM1N,5 ..IlOon.MUNICIPAL tttp ..... II* 3..11 5. LOIIIIo' Jr 1121 tNWq5 ,... J. G,"' .., N Nl Ith II., nt ...- extra-wide window ledge. OL
A'. .. r5 rod 145" $10 w I .....' Sl. 031. an
Ann Schafer COURT John I Pltntn. UIS NW tlh Avt.lllttl .
Boike Kimberly J11j. W. W. 511505555$151 "' .... HI Lows J. Kltmllltr,.
Joe K. Parks, Lionel 0. Leon, 0.,. b IH4 3N NW lith "... wt.dlci|, lit OwM .
.Illy Kolltl, lOW IW tth A.....
OIOnd I Wrln.n M. CtrtMM
Emma Frashier. William L .t;V Moo-. = 1115551 =:, frivkif" ... OrlnMt .. aril, OcHi r
Cooter II Paul 'Russell Elliott ilL HlcHtr AlmtnMr' Jr.. Kit W. Unlvtrtlly ttihir .. yUM nM tt ..,. ui t.
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Williams, Betty Jean Peters, 5.0.110 bSosr5 071. loll ::1\

all of Gainesville; Karen K. 05 WIllOW 05.1.5 Co 10101 slp5sllC.' Than. 00,10555 001100,,: aOA L MaMO.,. 311 HW 1411 .,. .. ... ,

Mwrrtint Arm, .., 0 5 115 01.1 1: .
Lundquist, Hawthorne; Samuel $20. 4.50 C. l/I'pIe" 4/11,0 515110 .
mlntr 1 pmtulnt HcaMlk wmrigt, UlDnH ..,... US. KllhUtn w. Htrvty. 131Nl ',
M. Stephens Jasper; Judith .. MC".. ]7I O Pinttt II. *nly SIN ..., Hrnol. (,....,... UCtrorm :
Itrcwy. 1100. Mtrttit I Itanwfr,. P. Hoi_ loll lulltr, Pared -
L. Blalock, Archer; Alvaleat loll IW 7MI A.... MMMyM. IM* Hv., light, 111. John M. Jungtrminn1H4
Kital Palatka; Edwin G u errant ilL NW Irf PUCI minor loununiolcohtllc I L ,
Prank II. PntmHI, >M IW W SIrtckltit ", bovtrtgt US. Anfrtw. Kit i
Alachua; Rodger Sutton, .....,... lift Illcliv W. Ot1M *,' tkt IM NW :Mth 01. rtn rtf llgnt. /
Robinson Nl Mm ..._, nn red SOW, IIItmtt ., lit Troy O. Klrtry, 5 l t Ulttil ptrknt .
Ocala Veva Mae
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Lake City; Ema W. Weaver dI! >Mv.l Itot ilgn. ilL Ch.rlM OJKKM H, L... UMvtrilty" .,....... II; ,
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ML Dora: Yarda C. Newburg. 515 = A'=' 0014. .5V01505 4,051.5. .
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Etta M. Pint t3l NW llth AM 0 MtllhU. Rl. ran '
Crystal River; May no nd light' ilL JaM D. Kiytor, 111 "' J. M..... ....._. Illlurt tt.
Shaw Alachua. ,W ) ..'", ilL Chtrlw A.. Kvntt Jr, Mt I* ,., Nmbtrry 11155.5 ptrkln*. u.Wllltrf I
DISCHARGEDMrs. IHl llj Ultl Mrklr, ilL OtrtM I. 0 MIKo.. WIMoor, Pit, ...... WINN-DIXIE CHRISTMASCHERRIES
wtwt Jr. 111 IW torn II. UUgilMrklnt btcklnt ilL L..... K. Ittnf.rMot.
Virginia Tints Mrs. Helen IS. AMulll A.. ",,_".. 3I.S II3t NW Ulh .,.. Itllurt .> yloW.
Scott Dora Ampuero and I Nl Illtl 1$., DMttlnt" Wl tlltrttr.lycowtuct rkjht. tt wiy, US. Rkhirf J. Itockton.jKkwwIM .
ustolMrt "Imtrtptr cnmgt tt Itnti. +11 t rr
Mrs. Carte Penny, 1111 NW :M P'Kt. 4 r <
baby boy D. Orson
Mocklnf ,........ 17 ML Rotor* 0 Doll I2S.NllKM D WM.. I'll II HI ......,,
Virginia Firestone Catherine WlIM Mtckltlf .rlvr/ ...', tl ,.. Jtmo ,lit rod (I..tout. lit. G..... H. Olthtrcolt -
McGill and baby girl Marlon V. AMrnt Jr Mil NW IMn: M. IllwI HI. MM NW 40th Tor. letMIn, ,
M'l.ln.. U. Ptttl 1 A. H....... Ill III. Af L. ,_... MM II M t wthornt i
Hunter Mrs. Sonia Livings and 0. pmhtlltnM, D,.,.. Illtttl ptrklni. ..... ran rtd 'llgni. ,,,0., Den_ IROB'S
U. rltl Ptrf Dtyltnl Inch, ctrtlttt frlwhit.
baby boy Robert McLen- Trwntt .. "Awtkl. M NOM Ntll .ho.pniwr .... Ouflty' IMS II ltd
:son James Sowell Cornell u a He...... Ill PMUp Ch..,.... NW Avt. rtn W.la1010.lit "
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nm W., pal nd llgM. ClurlwI. Wtrlh W.
,Weber Alice Rountree SusieCargle. i 1 tm UM NW 4HI. ".... Illlurt .ky54 ., ,.. rtf llgM, 111 Antfrt 9 RtlUN '
Dol- l rKhl tl w.y, HI. OtrtM' M KInO. 3tM NW Mth ,.... wiling tlcoho CRIS
Lillian Kllpatrlck 13* NW std PIKt III..., tv", IIIRoMrt He bovortgt It I minor. IM LtrtyHtrrll
Fowler Cleubie L. In .. Htw.l Jr4 4IJ4 NW fill tl.. Jr Rl. 4 tiully,' ........ III.
phus
'wl 0w IWlt, IIHRtruM Vlrtlnlt I. MoOOW 174 NW 40thUl. a CRINGLE
gram Jane Cotton and baby / L. Ctrptl. 31J NW MHl Ttr,. A'. 11001,5 tr..,... 17.J.. S5rbas. J.
"lm rapir Mtilnt, 110 Rklur L. Wtlk.tr 51055. 1'" NO 111 A'. .. fwSY. ........
girl, James Melton Vivian Kelly Burnt Mill, .,.,.,.... tl Uxlvtrallvtl Morion I. 0.0...... .,. 1. bulk '
Kimberly Ann Schafer Eva ,...... drlvlnt. _,.._. ilL I* Oslo ,,,0. ,.... K rltlm.'" loll NW CANES
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Leon Ingrid Boike Samuel Stet .tl. (twt cMrMl 0. ItwrtiKt M. Klrmtt' a\l NV I'th II., iptodlni, b. HEADQUARTERS

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POLICE, FIRE REPORT 1 Jon. A. ....1"'. MJ.I Curry VIII wwMtio. II* JMOM J c.... JM WUNtnrtt Rt 1..504110. US. Tommy L. toto
Accident Ronadns HlH, Mltwlnf tot claw, HI 1111 Nl ISM Wn ._1". Ill Ruby
JanO J. COMP, ni iw inn .... w Oitoon, ISIS NW Sim It. opMlng,
Involved In accidents reported tMMM. no. Vtocim D. OtilM' Jr OIL Itvl. 0. Illtnf, Rt. t. tllKir, Hyltlf .. l1
Ttr 'lfIIt tl w... IM.Donolt / 1,7 M imow.
the Galoesvllla Police no* NI m ? wttmnt. 11 "f
by CanA.. iMntntf, Irtwtr ...11. aI J. Ounctn. It_.. P>0jMdMtll .
Department and the Alachua iKtl. ptrklnf U. ".... J. PHtt Hum t_ N. A'IIrIl' /_ IMJII IPEACHTREE
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Htll, frlvlni wrtflf wty tH t tnt rtytlrrl. Hlwmtmt toltowlnf Cl.
County Sheriff Office duringthe II* JoM w. Mori Jr.. Inn NW US. Wllllt J. Wlllltmt 701 Nl toth i5
24 hours were :Ire PlKt, ktockMf <,,_.., 17)0, Marmm SI rtn .... 'ngni.. OIL Cla'IKP.. ;. .
past R J..... 1011 IW im T.r., John P. Alexander 2022 NE MvM lltt ...". II*. OMrft 0. MeCtlMty. tic. WJI 0.'IS LUN,. Llvo Otk. I x
IS3t: W. Unlvtralty, A'.. til. ..
3rd Place and William J. Arnold ...yttf lit* ti.... SIt 001,0 *
2407 NE 4th Ave., at 8:49 TlnwIAy A.. e......... :VII IW Mth ttr v
.n nt llht. III. Alt'". J. OIlMmird.IM .. 'p t
p.m. Tuesday at NE 20th St. W. Unlvtnlty, Avt. ....1... 110. 035 Jolt,., 5 PIM10..05. 111 )
and 3rd Ave. ...11. IrlvIM wrillt. ,Iktmt n.

Myrtle K. Boggs, 107 NW 35th ..,*. BO.JtmM .
.. Olm to* Nl >"' O'. Hrltl IP
Ter. and a parked car, at C.01: him, II* John .. Klrkltn' U CHOCOLATES
North Mtll trlvln' tn wronf lldt v.
blockof look for thiabutton
in the 3400
p.m. Tuesday Hit tlrMt, II*. G.,, W. Pwlov' Anntny. to
W. University Ave Pit, ran n4. ll.hl, II*. Gore, M
Antlwny M IW Itti II, 041.5 t klcyCM oIt's I
Berdina H. Shaw 2603 NE vlth ... lltnt, U Arthur. M tkit. ..

11th Ter. and William H. Hull Rt. t,D.Hltgtl'wtkh MrkMf, II Prtttmlty M.OtM RIM 2 O $139 .

1015 NW 13th Ave., at 3-15: p.m. Mtcklnf rrorflt. IT Mi Tkntlhy M WII \ .4. ) ,,(
015. all NW 2100 Avt., "' M tvM Itrwmtrktr. .
Tuesday at E. University Ave. Ill Donotf P. JI_. Ill l. .
13tIt .... rtn nt lltht, .... Jtlmt' A .. ..
and 1st St. Mum, Ml IW UK ..,... ,... rM. 'll...l

Effie P. Bass Earleton and III.ThtmM D. W........... AI,....... rwrMWItht F11'.k 1 \ I

Harrison H. McDonald, 1902 SW II* CtrnMI J. MtDtniMIH '
.. .NW 150 ,, Itllurt Nl yltlf' rIM I \.J ,
16th Court at 1:10: p.m. Tuesday tl .ty til Prtncti Po utiM, m iwMi \
at SW 3rd Ave. and 7th It, "tmtrtnr 5....*.. IM C"."?..
Mtunt J,., Ocolt' ptlty I.",..... I'.
ityttn:, C. Oillllt' ,,_.... ears/.,.
..... -- -- Brach's Gloria Mix 59'Brach's
Ter.Virginia *1. III
M. Bostlck 413: NW CN.r*. t. WMMnftm, 0<11.. t"ty D ell 2 -oI. 80g

13th Ter. and Crton U Can- I........ 1101 c...... N troim., 4WNW
tth Avt PUPS, HI HtrrltlPltkt W LUCKY
than address unknown at 4:13: IN NW iON ,.... MtckMf tr... Arabian Nights Mix01 29'Brach's
.. ,,.. Bog
.... 57 0 John H WI.red M
p.m. Tuesday at NW 13th St. new, rm '....'. till, 5.554155. in 6R OE c
and 39th Ave. C11es1.. W. "x551.. loll IIW 5111 Ave
... Chocolate Drops Assorted 39'Brach's
050 51051. 51. 45,05- 011,0 Filled
Sandra L. McFarlan. lilA SW NW Hh It.. .nrtW 0,100. ... ..* ,lI m-o1 80g
Me* Wtohn At NW tlh ..., HOT
7th St. and Nina R. Bohannon a511y mMud Ul Muh Curt, 531 yourguarantM

301 SE!: 71st Ter. at 3:58: p.m. NW tlh C It.I_ .Ml'rrf IMl ciiMuct 5..1150y 131Atotth 1 ; LB. CriMp. ..... .m.Bo,39',

Tuesday In the G. C. MurphyCo. _. ... 2 491
Tory AIMtntor, IMO Nl tlh AvtMIKi :' of chicktn PAIL .
parking lot 5505 M t nlntr, "". tidMRlMv. M Brach's Mints WBrach's
Nelson L. M.ithls 1214 NE (th .,...... .-. HI. VvlllUWlllltm. .M. Starlight m.., Boa
tt) II ISIS ,vt wtty i +
St. and Raymond F. Huckabee row, 110*. WIHwImln/ I. Vtttra, XM "
SI tlh. ,.... trtvMf whllt. Mh.ttM. -wU/u _. '
Mix
1014 NE lib St. at 2.28: p.m. i Bur andy 3".rach's
... SILO in* Vrrtr'l Dctntt twttn 10 ,,-o1 6o,
and 7th N 51011 M.11M.
1th Ave.
Tuesday at NE JiMlth .... ._ I'M NW Hlh Ttrtony ., .0
St ''.''. UN Ptyt J. $..... IIHNW ( can taste 0505
Schenec- Ml* ,... Hl...ol ......... U. Jtmti you o: Cream sill Jellies 11 'ol Bog 21'Irach's
Mark C. Flanagan 0. 00,5. 1114 Nl l>lh W. -- I
tot: I*. ItrMrt P MtmllhM. :1115IS :
N. Y. and James W. ti !
lady NHMMrlni" Ntltlttt, HIrtf the difference r' w.
Fletcher 3301 Rocky Point 705,0 0. 5r501055 .,...... 1,0 Assorted Toffees m WFarley's
1101 lit I4.tr4 J ._ tutNl -o1 Bog
Road at 9 SO a.m. Tuesday on UM It. ttiotln m Vlr.M<| C 1. .
,-i MM MW Mh A1., M frlvtr-t Mt -
Archer Giant Jellies 39'Farley's
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Road.Fire
Cans CHOCOLATE COVERED 210. B<*

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At 11:15: am. Tuesday agrass

fire la the 700 block of Spice bops 2-Lb. 80g 39'

NE 21st StAt I

123 I m. Wednesday, a Bonomo Cit Rock Candy 59'
trash fire at Jennings Hall, University |19-oa. BO,


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COURT or ; Bonomo Fancy
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$w. 11000. 00410E 0$. A510
Jtntmt. 5L *>* WMW. KMMt .tChtrtot .
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:a:: HALVERSON ORNAMENTAL TREES

QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED C'1Q' .
PRICES GOOD THRU DECEMBER 20th
w1M:e:,.RII.TN.a.. 1.U EN.'

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ALASKA. or LARGE \ DIXIE DARLING i LIBBY'S THRIfTY MAID SWEETPOTATOES

aucesr. PEAS i CAKE MIX BEEF STEW 1

Save 5< Eo. 303 Con Reg. 29( 1/ Reg. 49< 24-oz. Can Re 9. 23' No.2 Cam
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::9 $i I 395 $

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303 CAN Mold Famous Quality J Compare Quality and Prte \ Famous Quality Low W-0 Prlct j Compare Quality end Prki




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Ar.RICULTUR[ QUICK FROZIN t

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From the time these young turkeys 1
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come Into being( they were put on
Winn-Dixle'i special Christmas Sole ( tr G
schedule. Week after week they ''A I
have been pampered end kept ona,0 18 to 22
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scientific: diet to develop Into the $! POUNDSLB.
t' finest quality turkeys Wlnn-Dlxl. .- ,
Demands: Each tykey Is plump of
1 breast, ever so tender and Incomparably G
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flavorsome./ The U. S. Department I
clAgriculture has carefully w "
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(It the Grade "A" teal. Guaranteed '
to cook up Golden brown and dellclous .rt
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or your money back. W-D 10 to 17 f
Brand Broad Breasted Turkeys or. POUNDSLB. I
sold only at Winn-Dixie. *+t" 39


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CRANBERRY ?
Sauce 2 SOS CANS 2.9; REGULAR 23* .til DARLING I
G I Medal
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W CHASE & SANBORN INSTANT (Redeem Your Coupon) Rye Bread Loof 19JI
'-0.. 10-01. I
Coffee 89" S139
Jar Jor REGULAR 49 f LITTLE DEBBII

AG ,4 ? Fruit Squares".39

Try "Vaseline" Hair Tonic 'I

REGULAR 61s =r "Every drop Li I Ij

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1410 N. 3421 W. Ave. High Springs Highway 441
130 N. W. 6th Street Main Street University ,




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FANCY GOLDEN BANTAM I
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DRINK CUT BEETS I I
Reg. 23* Eo. 32-oz. Can Reg. 2/29 303 Con R.,. 2/29 303 Con Rig 39i No. 2 Con


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Top Value Stam.p .

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WHOLE OH HALF TALMADGE FARMS .....'\ (A '*. '" eo-I",;... .
Country Ham u>. 79' : "l : .*: 4 "
SWIFT PREMIUM BONELESS r:W.D Brand Naturally Tender ) ,..S'ur i t

Canned Ham 4 Lb.con'2'1BONELESS J'

HORMEL- : CANNED 5 a 49*
t PlMi4 ICIllv' ., 4 Lb. Can $199 II EEEP SALE
GRADE 'A" FROZEN BONELESS BREAST&THIGH MEAT

Turkey Roast. Lb 98' ',V-D BRAND SIRLOINSteaks / riNIIRIEH MEDIUM
GRADE 'A" FROZEN TURKEYDrumsticks r1 Fresh EGGS
LI 98/ ]
u>. 39' .
., WD BRAND BONELESS ROUNDYoung
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GRADE "A" FROZEN LB. \

Ducks u>. 49 Steaks LI. 88x FLA. 2 DOZ.79;
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GRADE "A' FROZEN W-D 4 o LB HEAVY :V BRAND BONELESS .. ,

Hens. Lb. 39 Roast/ LI 88/ -

GRADE "A" FROZEN CHICKEN .,
100 EXTRA STAMPS WITH COUPON FRESH GROUND --
Gizzards . Lb. 29'FRESH .
BOSTON BUTTS G r. Beef 5&Tfor '*"-

Pork 1 Roast Lb 39' V
Every cut of W-D Brand Beef It close trim
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med of excess bon and fat before weighing/
(UNMEATDEPT.)
and packaging assure you of gtttlng/
j'% APPLES
NEAPOLITAN PIZZAS yJ more beef for your mon.y.BUY
5 : 49'
ONE GET TWO FREE

1.08 VALUE 59

JOAN OF ARK FOR THE HOLIDAYSPUMPKIN
MORTON FROZEN MEAT '
Dinners 2 79' I KIDNEY BEANS / PIE

VAHSLING FRENCH FRY > r:7: "
5 99' .1 2 29 Q I 4 "I =
Potatoes. lb. Bog 300 CANS $
'AM. ?,,
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PAN.REOI FROZEN ROUND BREADEDShrimp i -
14-01. Pkp.99 .:..i...... \: FROZEN.-SIZE J =:
ASTOR FROZEN FORDHOOK onDaly .
4 $1
Lisiss
IO-M. Pkg\ -

ASTOR FROZEN BKUSSEL
Sprouts 4 10-01.( Pkgs$1.
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ASTOR ASTOR Broccoli FROZEN FROZENCauliflower SPEARS. OF 4 l.oz.( PkgL$1. / COFFEE SALE .....%. J#. .-4"'


4 10",1. Pkgs.:1. : CHASE andSANBORN \ :f' .:.

TASTI 0' SEAS FROZEN W ASTOR '
Fish AitrlsS 3 [-oz. Pkgs. $1.1 io HUE 01 WHITE AllOW '

SOUTHERN BELLE FROZEN "DETERGENTiiNEIINE I M
:. Devil :Crabs 5 Crab Pkg. 99' 1.LB. 49 T-LB. 59 A "
: CAN CANAsparagus r.t
FROZEN'
9-0.. P', 39' GIANT ''
MORTON FROZEN GERMAN IREGUII R 77i) (REGULAR3r) tl BOX 3 9 ,

:'- Chocolate Cake fang SIlt 59 "-
REGUTAR 51'
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MORTON FROZEN OKA AND
Tomatoes Pockoge 29' PfNN CHAAV 100% Pull PfNM OH :J,
KRAFT MIMCU WHIP '
._ MOII.TONFRo.Zf iMacaroni 39 Margarine i*>. 33 T Motor Oil .39' yf.
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130 N. W. 6th Street 1410 N. Main Street 3421 W. University Arc. High Springs, Highway 441



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FOR REAL
SLANG
CHICAGO (AP The federal agwrnrnla to step up enforce HAMILTON
JI government now la getting m 'nt NEW BEACH'
Tii's; help from M Halts and the I The agreements cover ex-
Cool Snowman District of Columbia In tracking changes a down and collecting taxes, to Income, sales, use,l
The Commerce ClearingHouse l a estate and gift motor fuel and'
says during the past 13 highway use taws The pacta
i The livestock area Is an unlikely 1v months 10 states Including New also agree to exchange Information .
t: place for a boy to meet York and Massachusetts\ havenegotiated on failure lo file returns e
a date. statt-lederal I t a; Involving either Jurisdiction.,;..,

That Is, unless he's a snowman -""- ,
on bis way to throw a
\ hawk at the tigers. b4kW r ,, Dear
, Confused at the doubletalk InIn
t so, don't feel rained upon. I Nylon Agitatorbrushingandsuction
/ for thorough deep cleaning
upon* )houseI .
. I It's I part of the latest revised '-only 13tt pounds vlIv
''i vocabulary of campus slang large paper Dispos Bag
.1 i compiled by Dr. Lalla Boone, Full size, full power upright cleaner IvIv
,I I University of Florida English Convenient cord storage strap !'
professor. t Variable adjuster Iv
t nap
, : Alumni visiting the campus Chris
l, "j I would find plenty of familiar Three-position handle a nice
;' landmarks, but the spoken word NifeDear a
\ would present an "Ivory tower k
r of Babel" to an outsider, Dr.
Boone says. LIVESTOCK AREA IS A LIVELY SPOT ON UF CAMPUS.esque. .
Instance, the snowman
going Tor to throw a hawk at the Some of it Is highly Inelegant out reading the questions. A typical mere liking but less than love). '_ _ -_ Model 410 :
I' tigers is really a fast-talking ," she says. pattern is to mark answers Words of approval are genes .Powerful three way cleaning Fri
cat on his way to look over I Student concern for grades three, two, four, one and llzed apply l Ing<< undiscrinv ?* action.,Nylon agitator 7 TTACHMENTE = tried'Bob'
some super-gals. extends to various nicknamesfor five In turn roughly suggesting Inately to people, events, Idea brushing-and
And the livestock area Is grades and all that pertainsto the shape of a Christ-'and objects, Dr. Boone ob suction for ? pPTtONAL ateengh'yo
really the glrla' dormitory. them, Dr. Boone says. According mas tree. serves. Whatever Is superior li thorough deep lp5* *
According to Dr. Boone, current to her students A's are Unless the Christmas-tree artist "zero cool," "cool as a moose," ; cleaning 21801,
j college slang Is not to be aces; Cs are hooks; D's are manages to "pull It out" "shop," "gear" (from the $4995 110ppeJ
,
taken literally.For dandles; and E's eagles B's (make a passing grade under Beatles), or 'tough." LOW PRICE... ,!ong
example, U the collegian)are Ignored."I difficulties), the report from A "tough head," for example v IT'S TRUE... OUR .:: Fral'I br
says "I really care," he means I am at a loss to explain 'Flunkenstefn" (the IBM grad- is a very attractive girl; II USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE "a
w
he couldn't care less, and if I why there are no slang terms ing machine) la "bad news"". she has an especially good figure ')ize)'
he questions, "How bad is for the grade of B," Dr. Boone "It' hurts his team," accordingto she's a "tough b o d' at
ThaI
that"7 he is expressing highest says. It has been suggestedthat Dr. Boone.. (body) who is often faced with S P I >
approval and requires no answer this grade comes from She says classmates are the question, "are you foe \ 'een
3
"playing the parrot role" (quotIng ,- quick to console those receiving real"T 1 ChrisIJI
Campus slang, like all slang, the professor verbatim! on unsatisfactory grades by saying 'A "tough guy" Is "all 4aM C =
has a short active life, then tests) or from "checking It "Don't feel rained upon" world" (tops on campus) wh LOOK FOR LETTERS TO SANTA +
I ( dies a natural death. Future (the course) out" (researchIng (you're not alone). may be described as 'zer< EVERY DAY TIL CHRISTMAS IN THE fREE PARKING ON TOWER LOT oj't We'trth\
students will not understand It It). "Snowmen"' have "snowed":cool" or "cool as a moose.: '
I and will not regret their lack When a student who is "upa girls on the campus for many Both "tough bods" and "tougl ( u gzsiUU tmIA" {
of understanding, for they will pole," "in a flap," or "hurt- years, Dr. Boone reports. In addition guys" are 'swingers." y "The Store That's More Than I
i be too busy creating their own I In"' (In a bad shape grade- to the usual attributes, Dr. Boone didn't say wha Just A Hardware Store"A J
"llnfo" appropriate to their I wise) Is confronted with a test, "Snowmen" of 1964 have professors are called in thi t IA" waroar.aawsaa.als.wraa.wsl .wa.na.a.a nwa.a s.a.a.a.a ll1'mJ'I'm;
specific needs, the language expert he may panic and end up by "SAM" (sex appeal plus mag- beat slang.
believes. "Chrlstmas.treeln, It" thatIs netism). And girls who are : But
I I I "Campus language Is vivid, he mirks multiple "snowed"' speak of being In You
\ I fresh, full of life and plctur- choice Items by a pattern with- 'luve" (a feeling stronger thanill I : ;

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4 A YEAR TO REMEMBER- good whiskey ,

will cost you better than 5 dollars. .. yourheal 511



A BOOK TO TREASURE! Don't kill it for a few pennies. ,M.,?thit#Fro i )II L



i 1964
Four.fifths of a highball is mixer. So the mixer drink-good taste and liveliness-depend upon here's how we do it! !

JANUARY Fr Y MAftCHM you choose will make-or break-your tall proper carbonation. Pinpoint carbonation Start first with pure water-as pure as your f1deEI

,s : drinks. picks up and enhances the aroma and flavor of tap water. Then filter it, aerate it, and filter it :
g TYlTFS/ There's no magic to mixing good drinks. the spirits. again and again until it's so pure that it's called '

Bartenders are human just as you and I.Their Keep your eye on the bubble "polished" water. Then add only the best ingredients '
a ? 3 4 556 drinks look and taste so good because they fol- A lot of mixers come on strong with a "gey available. (We search all over the 10m

S 6 101112131. low two simple rules one, stick to the recipe ser"of bubbles when you open and pour them. world for the best ginger for our Ginger Ale, :

213 171819202 and measure carefully, and two,.mix with.quality When you pour a Canada Dry mixer, the bub- for example, then age it for years to get the r'Ef I
9 20. 24 25 26 27 2 Ingredients. bles don't come on with a rush. They're'tinierbubbles full flavor of the ginger root. Who else would '
6 27 31 The first rule doesn't need explaining,really. and bother?) eons
r they release themselves slowlythe ,
What's a recipe for?Or a blueprint?Or a map? v.
whole drink is
What
JUNE through. Special Sparkle? coal.,
I' How Important Is price Some evening, when you're in an expansive The purest water possible, the finest ingredients -
2345 The second rule is deceptively simple. It mood, uncap a bottle of Canada Dry Club and pinpoint carbonation-and there you TNeTO:

567 ) 10 11 12 1 doesn't mean "use the most expensive ingredients. Soda or Ginger Ale and just leave it overnight have it At Canada Dry, we've coined a de- ee

I 2 13 14 171892 ."Just the best If you choose a mixer on Next day, pour yourself a glass. You'd scription for it: Special Sparkle. And you get it a'v..
92021 2425262 the basis of price alone,you can probably pick swear you just uncapped it. With most other in every bottle of Canada Dry you buy-from p."
627 23 from a dozen different brands; if you choose brands the sparkle would have been long gone mixers to true-fruit drinks. i'a.

I(' according to quality, there's only one and before the dawn. This holiday season, be especially kind to ulrUnN I.
uR that's Canada Dry. What's the secret of Canada Dry's superi- your drinks-and your guests Mix with
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When the worlds foremast news fathering agency The Associated Press, la N J ..t.w... M..'
Wiyeiedon with cI end other member newspapers,decided to publish"mem0r- ran-
able book of the year h wanted to put out more than just another news annual / aNll fI",..
almanac. ..,.
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So It aligned to the task the team of outstanding writers that made aa all time 0na
beat seller ol The Torch Is Pasted, the story of the Kennedy tragedy
The result wet foreseeable t volume that capture the excitement andimmediacy '
of a great news year and that relates to the American newspaper reader. 0.yt
Jt'.a son bet u a collector's Item-eomething you won't want to mise- nd u a solid
Itfenace book for student or general reader

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Letters.. H I Your Neighborhood A & P Now Features "Super-Right" Meat FromTHENEWA&PMEATPLANT


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FOR THE YOUNG .

AND YOUNG AT HEART Buy "Super-Right" Meets And Get What You Pay For-Doy-ln & Dor-Out


From Santa'i Mailbox at the New


\ Post Office GUARANTEED QUALITY!

Dear Santa Claus, But could you bring a little

I want a bicycle. girl something you can leave You Must le Satisfied .f Your Money Refunded
I want a garble I dreibouse I these at my house. : In ov> Row J..k m.llli moil ....h.".., Incomlnf Ivpojioif

1-Bubble bath keel f_ tk. film, ,.......l..t rMO ft tKo ..$.. .r* *SU>M.RIGHT"' QUALITY imoi wily lno .._lit ._.
want tall. 2-A'doll N L, Thins *k, A5f ..!*..ini kt vn ........ m. on o..c..tworohouK.
I a ; F 411 torofylly Inikottod o>4 .h..4 fw Mllty ky A r"iliM .w1 ..
L Moio. ..4. tho wiXlilyl oyol of Aftf o .or
I want a pen for my mother -Doll cloth's (sic) .**n. I* /itl... *i4or.l moot ..,..", h ro|<,...,, Ill She moor dtilmo4 te r your .....11, mvit ,... t. kckocko4 .
I wantY' tie for my fathe Love I .. oontro4 A.f *iiJ.t eomront ou.llly ......1. A&P...) lAt (MM
4 P klolloood rtic 41511. luck mlltr cuvroo
I want tiny doll. Marianne Booth .I
a Met ', old. ."......... .f Imo ton>of ."H .. tit, Koo'ltlortolly lew ,tic... PS/I5s.
have !
I want you to a ) I 4 years + Mitt.
Christmas too. I think you arl! This is my hand and if

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wish have -
1 nice man too. I YOUi r time bring me --- u ,

wife a Merry Christmas too fJlIlI1im.laI ,! ...J

With love, Dear Santa, l

Kathy Duel: I want sink stove and a few SMALL TURKEYS GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNGTURKEYS
other toys. Santa I want all Under

Dear Santa Claus, the other boys and girls in the

Frances and Bobby Heac I world to have a Merry Christmas

tried tQ be good this year too. I will leave you a

Bobby would surely appro glass of milk and some cookies:

ate your bringing him a diesel I under the tree! I have tried to

engine, yellow and green, no,, be a good girl all year. I II

21801, train cars no. 24113, 1 I Elizabeth Ann Kinser (2")I

Jlopper.and no 24230, Peabody, P.S. My mom had to help me 10 to 16 Lb. .

Car with my letter as I can't write t 33c
long Hopper ,,lt; I tljc 1" AverageLB. 39's
,* Frances would like please yet.

;;t-a brown felt horse (medium I IN COURT 0' THE COUNTY JUDGe. .

$iee), parka, and anything else: I TATI ALACHUA 0'COUNTY.'all IDA

l llhat think of. In ro mo f Moto olJAMIt ,...........--.............-.......,
Thank you"you for our Christen! !I Ole...LON.. lUStY ,"..::""...." "_'" IIIc."'".. : ,.:H: .,.,.: i
IN PRORATE ,, .. : .
|$resents! last year and a Merry To All Whom It Woy Cnu.niNNcp l1 s,, r. Mlr1.r1: i GaIwI
Hot JOI =: PlAID :
Hi IMrrty |lvon .
,!I Christmas to you ''N. lull niod' MI Htm mot 01 Acmlnlilrotor ....,, 01 ..Ir. _tA\' ,
.. .. Love, ol ... ottoto ot JAMi I ION wit... "'.... ,..... .::: STAMPSwim '

c'" Frahces and Bobby Head IUSIY.lor dKMWdi II.., .,.rnol......ho..Iwo end fll4 Wol Mipolltlai nowill 1;A 1 111515 d1R.... :111 IIY I
.,jj S2i NW 32nd t st. opply' to 110 HonoroMo" H M Mo.. Jon. Porker over 2/3 Fruit & Nuts Ibd 3, R1IsIAx 5. RI nn (MOM kd Pvrtkoot of1od. i'
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Oonild County J JiMg ot Alocnuo Cou : !.
af We'll be at this address: 1022 IV 'kxMo. on rno Docombor .. IOM. .I t 1515 515111.. D.... ,lorr I
Ave., NE. Atlanta Ga lor( _M.1 Admlnlilrotor ol wmo ond ot lor IKo Mnol II"dnKirgo ", FRUIT CAKE r :,r::. ,: :;l-l Imfanr Coffee $1.58 i
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qtrth 5 5 N J1n51 Ion tinny' docooiodb on miljot ruifM iatj m II't.
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Is N, N No5451, 1164. : 111111 || lono Jo* ll-lf. 4
Santa N. lussrAdmlnlilrotor y ; Pl And to mMO IM =J t11I,55.55. Tkrouon lot! Dot 't I.

I. 11.11.Q.0"VfJ not very! tall old,,. P.0,5,533351l55.v111S. WAS Jomoo,:Homplon,Lin luiby o< IM,docooiod.Wm oilolo of. I I' 5 lb.Riy399 3Lb.RIn'2 89"SUPERRIGHT" ':sr.rM.M.. :MI1N1115.111."' ...:551:; -mZ=. :(.tTttrM.tMifT. > .. ;n:KI.. '


4 ,:11'm still I love you. Florida i iIJlG7I 1155 5151ys51. 904191 '."........................_.....
4151150 5 5145 (4111.
; are so good to ever yI" _____III. >. It MNOTICI I \ "

l one 0" APPLICATION SHORT SHANK FULLY
'0" TAX OliO ft&bl PLAID "
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[WP Imcntivc.Children .511411.fII 50115 115 IS 1.11wln.HERIlY 14191150(5911115151 OIV.N.Cs.s00y MNll..ld. .45 151. SHANK WHOLE :JU STAMPS

lod/ Mid cortlMcoloo, tor .155 4Nd tobo C wim, TIN Coopo md PvmiMo of i.
kuod Ihoro on. Tho torttlluto num.koro PORTION or HALF
(. ..rtpI\oft."n end yoort d hHionu moKtlllcoio 55. Cooked Ham 39' 49 R.." ., or M.".".. It-ofRRRJ'

STUTTGART Ark. (AP) iyoung 'n""" "51(11' It WII 1415.50 III II 141- lB. L6 A.ro Shove 79e I

Stuttgart father of thre> : No. r City ol O.I... III. 1- ,... ,..,... I
,...ot lUIMfKO INS 155155 S51d 75,1515 551.1 000. 1t 1BlIR
hit Invented popular item for Hk t
a 4
Krlptlon ot PropertyLot
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Jthe\ : younger set out of plalileitdboard 01055 W.I"In 1-0 551,1'I" 001.n...._. 114111 I.l 11411.41 It SUPER-RIGHT" TENDER WESTERN L........_...._....__...Y.........__l
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All eO 101' $195119 lIo'no I In IM Coup.V "
.M from watching the kids play; of A/IcM./ .,." of P4,141. :: :
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Union wen .IIk.' or eortlflcolMihoH
JwKh an old box at home, Jay; ko rodromid oceordlnf to low tnoroporly 1

conceived the idea of cortlHcotoo diKrlbM will ko In rt"loJi: M corllflcitotr Itw hill,I LAMB SHOULDER 39 c &' 4 01 i 1 '

[ tepee that fold: ,,I bktaor tint Mondoy ot IM In Monm homo ot JonuorvMS door onho .', LB ;

wnlch' to tho ih oiy ot Jonuory
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IJdetntlre one and his will Dotod "iU DIll doy ot Novomkor. 1.U 15315111. D...... Ida. e'I
Then he took It to i. J. I. CAP.MICHAILC SfdlRltM Jtool *l |
ol Circuit Court otAlKhuo FRESH GRADE-A FLA. OR GA. SHIPPED DRESSED & DRAWN WHOLEFRYERS .fl.
box manufacturmi County, "...Id.I \ Raior Blodei ;. 75clOM
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3W 11 ] t 71NOTICI I 400. I; !
.which liked the idea
OP TALI :\ timono djood Tkrovdk ,., 1*. s
'M much It turned out 500 tepeefor '0 WHOM IT MAY CONCIRN: '
EXTRA
VIII .1. 4.1.55 nolllled MN $15 Ill. .Jr
tales trials. owing motor vonlclo IMI CnovroM 1117Mr I |b-5iS C L..y....,....._4.r.U.U.--.
Miu'AinM will ko MIO of public I
J', THI CIIICUIT couRT 0' FLOP, INo .olo ., IIM AM .dock on too lard,. SPECIAL V"" ."'" .., ,,"' ,... .
I'OHT"' JUDICIAL' CIIICUIT I
A. toy of Docombrr IH4 ot 13JI: North
P00 'LACHUA co UN' Y. I INHCIRY. Mold It, Ooiwwlllo "...".. Tile proMdo mmf
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of Rio MIO will ko opollod to
,. N, mat ........., of Iho owl of r.t..lno. itorliwmd '

.OSA lit M. RPIR.Ploinlllf coo,MIO ol puWlcotlon ol Mid motor of notlco vomclo ol .ond... end Ill Su tr.Aight W..t.,,.Lomb Super Right Purr Pork CI,,',. John'l bola French ,,!.4 Itft. KAII


COPE'R V.-NOT..1C HARPER,' TO'.Off-INO, mo.._.lid. 0 I.undor Ie lol"'11.1.mo..IMI.511151551111 controct P. T O_Ion..wim..N In,Jovco.11...,,..Tronlon.Isis'.Akino Dotoo', .,,' Shoulder Chops LB. 49c Sausage 3 I lb. Bogs $1.00 Fish Sticks 310.a.. *,,. $1.00 Wll* Tk.. CoofoR *M STUBS PurrtON Of

ITHB ITATI ofPLOPJIOAI. ,lor". eovorlno Itio 1101_'''' ot ooldnotor LAMB BRIAST STEW Lb. lc
I TO: SPS Honor* II. NorporR vonklo. Any wrpiuo will ko cold 0M ".1110.. M-.. don

*. JJ70JUHO. Dot MJC t.ony you...,.ond...you.....win....1'"romoln 110111 lloolo 151.9 lorld Speciol S.Ie Mild & Mellow Wott Spray 6ScSTAMPS
110. n* JK> .
conlroctOolMf
RtdtlOM ArMMl. AlofcimO.J t 1_ ,... I.""
tr.ll Ird diy of OMomkor MkSSOCIATtl
\ [ 41.11 M 'imt you l>": "mori tiled Hi IN H L. JAMIRSONSolnoivlllo EIGHT O'CLOCKCOFFEE
511S11111M' CIA 551. L55 HI'I4I. ,PlorMo. .
FIRM RIPE
515511. d. 5.11. I d1,1AI 1,12'I4NNOTICI
'1/159 "" 01. "III IN A.r.W nWNId Ie -- pRocTioiNaT"1"* .
f io your wrlltm ":n mo to In* Com of ;
l:i.lnl, with 11 ClorK, of Mid Court OKIRrrvo POR CLOSt II. BRUIT "'
[ cow ol Mmo upon PloliWIlliiRftorM TO WHOM IT MAY CONCIRN : l
/
*. Kirlono C. "_.. II *.>, You will toko nollco 1SM 0 loordf + ]
_. Plorldoi CommlMioMri of Alotnvolounly '
Oolnmllio. County
tunlvtrilly' 14
.n Of fcrtoro _...._ U. ,'.. on* kStno PlorMo, ,:rpon PolHIon' ol t. L P' P"lft&bl PWD'i
own! you loll lo nil your w rtttoriottMrw CRUOCI Ptl3IP>M M Iho fill ... 1.LI. BAG 3-LB BAG _
5 doeroo in ot Jonuory A. O. INS or M Mootoroottor
end wrvo Mmo
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...WITNIU.. win M Hood ml 11c1111I, M m OolnoMlllo Ib',' ot A'CountylourthouM ....... :IV ,
., Oiinowllio my, AlKhuo COOl.",. Plorldo.I C lounly, PlorkM will comldor ondMmWd > Tkii Cowoo o..d furoooM of "IAn
mil ri1d El, ol Novomkor, ..... wnollior or not mo County will !
J. I CARWICHAIC. dork of ....... okondon. WicoMtnMt ond clOM. fioo 4.... oiod lo!
Circuit Court. Aloe..... Counly "'lot portion ol mo MMwIno. olroot oil
PlorMoy/ IIMI" TutonOtpuly .....I5 'M A/1tl114/ 151M1414 C1/h/II 3511/501. P11455. wO4W.955 691 LB.17c .i I|| Ground Cinnamon 43e If_

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dork All 1111 11411. III 51 15551 tOM I JOO. 111.41 5t
/OPAL175111 / hi IKol port .. mo (lot of PorodIMM too ,.....* Ml.. Dot. I* :
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11:2$i n 14NOTICE MCHon II. TOWMM
M .... M ncordid k Plot :
FOR OP TAX APPLICATION OliO look A. pogo_i .ot. .... puWtt rocordoof 1......_.._..........................1Sp.clols
IM. ll 14. ,.INOTICf _Alochvo C....." Rood PlorMo M IUI wim*fl IMof White House FIRM RIP[
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,i Honor RIM Florido, Mid of Horn corWIcoiH II.* foHowm Mor-UMO tor eortiikot o Compon ion dMd Hoi nbo lito 1.11111)| ond Riot'x'l1I14.port of NW 3014, If 14510NWJ .HroMtPMI ..... > >
Avonuol IvlftR kitw in EVAP. MILK
_. Tile cortlllcoto mmbort -
lotwd 4 ohd 11 of PorodIM. ond kolwnn fho 1 lOc rii";
of lofwonco Rio dMCrlpCortlllcolo .
Il10. fII ond...yoor 31101911. 155 1510.151 In MUM... rKPM Porodn of..w.*trlcklod. .... of Rood mo RMliho MKd Bananas LI.
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of CTN.
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Nomo. M wMcK ouoiMd rill k Wllllo I mo Holl fort ol 0--"'494 touRwMI of mo Ouortorond MvlHooot .- 6 : 79c LARGE FIRM FLA.Avocados. 'M I/1. P... gr.501 .-....

1.l .. krinf III tno Cor Suortor ol Iho tormwo.1 O.OT.Mr OF T.n Cu, Block P.pper 35cfi7r.WBt.lt
sold Rroporty .
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cortltkolo or cortlNuMrim n o M loU, Aloowo Coowly I
Union 11515 C 1Jol& It.
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ond P =
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WELCH'S' ....kll t Cr..I 4rI9 IIRd.4 J-.or 3,5 &

GETTING ENOUGH HEAT? fc. Green Peas 21 39c Pie 49c I il
14 Welchode ww con Blueberry tlb.8-0.. ftot 151... tof -- If

Get Mo Heat! Fiesta Punch t o .mi ,... t 1/4. ... 1Drink o.
,,01- Mosey- r ,.... |
Sore F .50"0 S d Ground CIor.1 2Sc

ApplCrop Nlblets Corn 2 U'cI. cane 35c Bar I Lb. J.OI, Loot 29c i'J t .... ..IIN

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HEATERSCLEANED 3 100 IL'to.c- ""-" !

QT CANS 5o5t.1'Gele Woe" (_I..'.t,..*.. .. .'
I Paper Towels Jumbo Roll 33c Thin Mints 12'0'. Pk 39c .1.._.::::::::::;;=:: .::....::::::::;

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S5s/d'Bathroom tda115N1 Tissue 4 Ron. 35c iii'Pkkj"s Re5/I.1 mo 159<. Jar 35c ; 2,5iIblICI &bI 9IAUPSTm rLAiD


HEATER CLEANED ONLY
.. ..... 'awl wh1p0.1 ww (OMO M4 P.HOIIO ol
CIRCULATING OIL TYPE A6P Fruit Cocktail 17- >i, 25c 1
Graham Crackers l-lb.I pkg. 33c Nnrlo, se.. n.... Morgor .4b. can 33c z7 w....... -e .......... s sII. I

A heater cartoned up P rk4f Hdrbifuffiog mi-Swett Morsels 25c 49c' """v il P. nut Clutters' 3ScBollordi i 1
!. and dirty/ will not produce $ 25 Breed 8-oz. pkg. 2Sc Mom* MewM Buttermilk Biscuits 8-01, tOe I

holf of the heat it iPlcelel.I 5 Ihrijtmas Record Albums ea. 99c. Coffee If 14b. core 89c flour.5lb.. bog 59c III i c- +I 1;: .... mtOROEN I Itl'

,; Have your heater dewed >R:1R2
I fuel :xS1RS : t > 1K-
now Save on L .
f.MklffMStMft' ... ...._...._...._.. ...... ?
bills and enjoy rnorf 'S CANNED 11
Plus I% ,*. T.. tst>rs> s t4>rilrz>
heat when you need it. > ..t -s..Id rift Gilts ,,",r i

Diet, N Sr_ D 11.tK 1YA tO.P.1r. K
Pepsi
Ur.. IMU 6kW $20 i4 Egg Nog I 25 .mBs 11

''I' USED HEATERS
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HOW ON NEW HIATUS I Id Off Ufcolt Mr*. ,....... .
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Central l Hooting Oil 1 At* llr ofCO .:
CAN PlsUS M 7NIS .. Me .55 _'M" M. =
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CAMPUS SLANG FOR REALTigers More Tax Trackers ,. wrws.rKwwrre.rr+s.ryarw'vws s.+wK+awawerK 1

eta CHICAGO (AP) The federal agreements to step up enforce HAMILTON
government now Is getting ment.
N E.
.1 help from 34 states and the The agreements cover exchanges -
Cool Snow()nian District of Columbia tracking of adult Information re-
down and collecting taxes. I lating to income, sales use,
The Commerce ClearingHouse estate and gift motor fuel and
says during the past 12 highway use taxes. The pacts i
I The livestock area b an unlikely 1LIVESTOCK months 10 states including New also agree to exchange Information i
I place for a boy to meet York and Massachusetts have on failure to file returns
I I date. L negotiated state-federal tax,Involving either Jurisdiction. : I
I That Is, unless he's a snowman
\ on hli way to throw a i
hawk at the tigers.
Confused at .the doubletalk" ? >

so, don't feel rained upon. Nylon Aiitator-bruslllnC-1nd tJ1
\.1.i upon. suction for thorough deep cleaninglightweightonly
It'i part of the latest revised Impounds
i vocabulary of campus slang '
I / compiled by Dr. Lalla Boone, Large paper Dispos-A.Bag !
University of Florida English I Full size, full power upright cleaner
profeasor.I = + Convenient cord storage strap
I Alumni visiting the campus t Variable nap adjuster
I, t would find plenty of familiar V Three position bandit t
landmarks, but the spoken word a
would present an "Ivory towerof ,
Babel" to an outsider, Dr.

Boone says. AREA IS A LIVELY SPOT ON UP CAMPUS.esque. a y
For Instance, the snowman a
going to throw a hawk at the Some of It Is highly Inelegant out reading the questions. A typ mere liking but less than love).I .R ?AY t r Model tlO r
tigers is really a fasttalkingcat !," she mays 'ical pattern is to mark answers Words of approval are generalized ,
on his way to look over Student concern for grades three, two, four, one and applying I undiscrlmnately -: Powerful three way cleaning .
", some super-gals. extends to various nicknames five In turn roughly suggesting to people, events, ideas' 1 v "N+ xf r action..Nylon agitator- ATTACHMENTS
And the livestock area Is for' grades and all that pertainsto the shape of a Christmas and objects J Dr. Boone a)).'I f brushing-and OPTIONAL a
really the girls' dormitory. them, Dr. Boone says. According tree. serves. Whatever is superior It'zero suction forthorough R, .
According to Dr. Boone, cur to her students A's are Unless the Christmas-tree artist cool," "cool as a moose,"!rI deep :
rent college slang Is not to betaken aces; C's are hooks; D'. are I manages to "pull It out" "shop," "gear" (from the cleaning
literally. dandies; and E's eagles. B's,(make a passing grade under Beatles), or 'tough." S4995 3i.
For example, If the collegiansays are Ignored difficulties), the report from A "tough head," for examples I IT'S TRUE, OUR LOW PRICE.. 1
"I really care," he means "I am at a loss to explain "Flunkenstefh" (the IBM grad a very attractive girl; If f
he couldn't care less, and If why there are no alang terms,ing machine) I Is "bad news"...,she has an especially good figure USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE :1
he questions, "How bad Is for' the grade of B," Dr. Boone "It hurts his team," accordingto she's a "tough bod" :
that" he Is expressing highest says. It has been suggestedthat Dr. Boone. (body) who Is often faced with EIIIJ'At '1
approval and requires no an this gtpdt comes from I She says classmates are the question, "are you forreal"
swer. 1 "playing the parrot role" (quotatog quick to console those receiving ? i 'f
Campus slang, like all slang, the professor verbatim on unsatisfactory grades by sayIng 'A "tough guy" Is "all /faatth Cow .
I has a short active life, then testa) or from "checking It "Don't feel rained upon" world" (tops on campus) who LOOK FOR LETTERS TO SANTA ,
r dies a natural death. Future (the course) out" (researching (you're not alone). may be described as "zero EVERY DAY TIL CHRISTMAS IN THE
I LOT
students will not understand It It). "Snowmen" have "snowed" cool" or "cool as a moose." fEtEE PARKING ON TOWER > !I
and will not regret their lack When a student who Is "upa girls on the campus for many Both "tough bods" and "tough ftj (Sateuille tm r
of understanding for they will pole," "In a flap," or "hurt- years, Dr. Boone reports. In addition guys" are 'swingers.. V The Store Thot's More Than
be too busy creating their own In' (In a bad shape grade- to the usual attributes, Dr. Boone didn't say what r Just A Hardware Stars" It
"lingo" appropriate to their wise) is confronted with a test, "Snowmen" of 1(14 h a v e"SAM" professors are called In the II I ,
specific needs, the 'ha and end sroaau+>,naas+srw.>,>,>war>,>rar>,*ss.>w>sr..s amwa anas,
language ex- may panic up by (sex appeal plus mag- beat slang.
pert believes. I "Christmas-treeing It" that netism). And girls who are
"Campus language Is vivid I., he marks: multiple "snowed" speak of being In ,
fresh full of life and plctur-'choice Items by a pattern with 'luve" (a feeling stronger than
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A good whiskey

A YEAR TO REMEMBER- .

I will cost you better than 5 dollars. J '


i I I A BOOK TO TREASURE Don't kill it for a few pennies.



''i 11' 1964 .

Four-fifths of a highball Is mixer. So the mixer drink-good taste and liveliness-depend upon here's how we do it: .7a.7r

JANUARY F MARCH you choose will make-or break-your tall proper carbonation. Pinpoint carbonation Start first with pure water-as pure as your

drinks. picks up and enhances the aroma and flavor of tap water. Then filter it, aerate it, and filter it
1 d 4 TYITFS There's no magic to mixing good drinks. the spirits. again and again until it's so pure that it's called"polished" 1 1a 1f

Bartenders are human just as you and I.Their Keep on the bubblesA water. Then add only the best Ingredients
i I 3 4" 5'6' drinks look and taste so good because they fol- lot of mixers your eye available. (We search all over the r

J 5 6 I 101112131- low two simple rules: one, stick to the recipe ser"of bubbles when come on strong and with a them."gey world for the best ginger for our Ginger Ale,
you open
213 171819202 and measure carefully, and two.,.mix with quality When pour for example, then age it for to the
I ( 920. 24 25 26 27 2 Ingredients. ,x you pour a Canada Dry mixer, the bubo years get
full flavor of the ginger root. Who else would
bles don't come on with a rush. They're'tinierbubbles
6 27 31
The first rule doesn't need explaining,really. bother?)
and they release themselves I IL'
What's a recipe for?Or a blueprint?Or a map? slowly II
I JUNE the whole drink t rougb. What is Special Sparkle? I

1 How important Is price Some evening when you're in an expansive The purest water possible, the finest ingredients
2345 The second rule is deceptively simple. It mood, uncap a bottle of Canada Dry Club and pinpoint carbonation-and there you
967 l 10 11 121 doesn't mean "use the most expensive ingredients. Soda or Ginger Ale and just leave it overnight have it. At Canada Dry, we've coined a description
2 13 14 1718192 ." Just the best. If you choose a mixer on Next day, pour yourself a glass. You'dsear for it: Special Sparkle.And you get it

92021 2425262 the basis of price alone, you can probably pick you just uncapped it. With most other in every bottle of Canada Dry you buy-frora
62728 from a dozen different brands; if you choose brands,the sparkle would have been long gone mixers to true-fruit drinks.
according to quality, there's only one andthat' before the dawn. This
holiday season, be especially kind to
.Canada Dry. What's the secret of Canada Dry's superiority your drinks-and Mix with
t! .!U M8ER your guests
Two of the things you want most from a ?No secret. For anyone who'd like to try, Canada Dry.

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a bicycle. girl something can less ,V .. Y..r M... RefwAa ..
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I want i tiny doll. Marianne Booth ,fit, 155155551 of has 115155 soh .. 55.000115115 ... ....... :::-.:::at :.:".::'5'114.11';::::.::S.wPbq/p ..,.
I want you to have I Merry 4 years old 1ofte4.
Christmas too. I think you Ire This Is my hand and if you .
I nice man too. I wish your have time bring me -gloves. -r; r., u '
wife a Merry Christmas too 5 ,.-w-aJU .;
With love. Dear Santa

Kathy Duer I want a sink stove and a few SMALL TURKEYS GRADE "A" QUICK FROZEN YOUNGTURKEYS
.. other toys. Santa, I want all Under w

Dear Santa Claus, the other boys and girls in the 9-Lk. 45C L$5
Frances and Bobby Head world to have a Merry Christmas

tied to be good this year. too. I will leave you a
', Bobby would surely appreciate glass of milk and some cookies
your bringing him I dit'llel under the tree! I have tried to

)engine, yellow and green no. be a good girl all year.
:21801 train cars no. 24111 a Elizabeth Ann Kisser (2b')
Jtoppertnd no 242.10, Peabody P.S. My mom had to help mt 1 10t.ULI 1h.2JLI .

.long Hopper Car. with my letter as I can't write ....,. 39c ", ..",. 33c

+ Frances would like plea Jfc _
(aa brown felt hone (medium IN COUNT Of'.THI, COUNTY JUOGtAlACHUA LB. LB.

j' ize), parka and anything else Of'COUNTYiTATI fOKlOAJAMCt
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whom May =::... : PlAID
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I Italians Orbit SatelliteWASHINGTON If

FREE OF CHARG'Pqbc

(APAn Italy becomes the third nationto US': representative present.For .
I Ir Italian spacecraft dubbed San orbit a satellite Only the the crew of 75 Italians,
H Marcos I and stamped'Launched United States and the Soviet the successful launching cappedan
In the U.S.A." b Union had orbited space vehicles effort of more than two

whirling around the earth every previously. years, during which they had
95 minutes. "Now Italy has Joined a select trained at various U.S. bases
Italians are jubilant over the group of nations that have under an agreement between I
success of the 254-pound satellite placed a satellite ihto orbit," the U.S. National Aeronauticsand
+ which was rocketed into or- said Sergio Fcnoaltea Italian Space Administration and
ii ( bit by an Italian crew late Tuesday ambassador to the United the Italian Space Commission

r from the U.S. space agen- States. He thanked the United Under the terms of the agreement
cy's station at Wallops Island, States for its assistance. between NASA and the

Va. Deputy apace administrator Italian commission, "no ex-
With the space achievement 1 Dr. Hugh L. Dryden was the top change of funds" was Involved.

I Each country paid for the

I rv I Auto Insurance Rate equipment The 254-pound it provided.payload was withSERVICE

u actually a satellite within a satellite -
f Hearing Opening TodayMIAMI with a light sphericalshell
covering a heavy metal
( (AP) -A public Jiear- Insurance commissioner, said sphere. Its mission Is to study Mr. Merchant:

i Ing on a proposed II2 per cent the 200 firms requesting the the Ionosphere and measure
ij increase (in Dade County auto boost have indicated they will atmospheric density at high al More bad debts and worthless checks will o*
In to court if titudes. between now and Christmas than during tntf
Insurance rates opens Miami go necessary. _
\ rest of the year.
today with indications that firms ,
j to court if their SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY Most such losses can be avoided, In a few
requestIs
i iI may go
iH time, by clearing every credit application
I not granted.The ROUND or SIRLOIN Notional Credit fxchange, Inc.

I Y In The Ready to Wed 17th Time air their Insurance views for companies four hours.will 7SC National Credit Exchan

Another four will be taken by STEAKBARTON'S. . lb. i
! Hotelman Glynn Wolfe, 51, and 19-}ear-old De representatives from Miami, (COLLECTIONS)
Merle Irene Rankin Wolfe take out a marriagelicenseWolfe's Fort Lauderdale and St. Petersburg Phone 376-4564 or 372-5301
In to the New Store
opposition proposed
CapitolWASHINGTON 17th-at Los Angeles yesterday.The Increase. I
bride-to-be was Wolfe's 15th wife but one will be turned Remaining over to views time 2 divorced him three weeks ago. Then, like one of her consecutive year.)
from citizens. OPEN 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. DAILY
I (AP) President predecessors, she decided to marry him again. Wodfe I
end ALL DAY SUNDAY
,I Johnson says his admlnls- said they would honeymoon.. at Disneyland.. Richard. L._Starr,_deputy state I ..
11.i --'- -
tration will do all It can to step
up peaceful contacts with tile
Soviet Union. It's Time

He met at the White House

Tuesday with a group of i n. To
dustrial leaders who spent two Worry
weeks recently In the Soviet Un-

ion visiting factories, laboratories About FireJACKSONVILLE
and engineering design

Institutes.Johnson' said he hoped there Althoughcold

would be more such trips, In weather was late comingto
both directions, and added "I Florida this year several,
0MEq
r persons already have died needlessly %
am asking all agencies of the
& from fire, the State 4
i government on our side to make
Board of Health
says.
sure that we're going as far as I
I All fixed heaters must have t
we can to extend this hand oC j
outside vents and trailers are
I J peaceful contact to the Soviet
t just as Important as homes,)
without in
people, any way endangering -
t I' our .security. said A. W Morrison Jr., director ,
of the Division of Sanitation -

t WASHINGTON((AP) President .' which licenses trailer 1 ass Ih
parks.
r. Johnson the common
says
"Gas oil stoves t be'
or m u s
devotion between the United
vented to be safe," he said h
States and South Viet Nam is to
t also must be in !
"They kept
liberty and cv
preserve peace.It "
good working order I I:
"Is strengthened by the Cyjt.cl
Morrison suggested that any an
close personal ties which bind I
rubbish be cleared away from ln':
i ao many of our people to .0 around stoves, that such, items,
many of yours," Johnson told as paint, turpentine and oil be:I ; tie
< the South Viet Nam ambassador
new

"Y stored In a safe place; that the wo
Lt. Gen. Tran ThlenKhlem I
exhaust fan over the kitchen }
I ,, as he accepted his credentials stove be cleaned of accumulated an
: at the White House that heaters not be hal
.,i t grease .. .
\' Tuesday close to window curtains or ether "
t ; Khlem/ 'forrtdr rnlnfeter roC material which could burn. ', H ieo\ Boys & leg

defense, Is the first South VietNam Another thing to remembers Wa;
ambassador here since that carbon monoxide can pall

,' Tran Van Chuong resigned in kill just as quickly as fire," jf'c, \ ASK YOU be r
i August 1963 In protest against Morrison said. "That the rea- Otsum
i I government raids on Buddhist son for vents for stoves. And C yes b & DADDY
tt temples In Saigon.WASHINGTON. It', Important to have a little h_: heH
fresh air in the house. Anyway, YOU TO S
f 7AP( ) President fresh air heats more quickly .j banefight
,; Johnson hat sent membersof than old, stale air. Each year I AT 4:00
; the U.S. armed forces a special -we have deaths In Florida ; ;p' the
Christmas greeting expressing which could have been avoided' MORROWGAINESVI Irish
"great pride and deepappreciation" | by proper care. We will probably -I' Ca,
for their "itead have more this winter plaYICarsl'
fast devotion and readiness to and most of them can be avoid S
I I, defend our nation's heritage." ed." : : SHOPPIN civil

t Johnson said Tuesday he Last year 242 persons died of F CENTER VolOannvlu
t 'I wanted to express "my special lire' and explosion In Florida,1 %__
( thanks" to those who must be 201 of them in homes. In 1982,I u. 'LLBE
I t separated from their families the total was 221 with 201 of
during the holiday season. them In the home. SEE ); 'Y 1-9 P.M

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i Soviet Kicks: Out ALL DA .

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Congo Diplomat I. I sn"1.sal.i'P Mi. 1
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MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet one of four attacked Nov 21 byI (Mr K.yWwMIIU'
'I Union charged Congolese Premier a mob of Asian and African stu- HIS HELICOPTER ,
IS DUE AT THE
Poise Tshombe only dip- dents protesting the U.S.-Del-, PfKMOl Illy "MillftrtV
lomat In- Moscow with "hostile gian action to rescue hostages ,r.n..ca.AI.Nnvn-.'
activities" today He was ordered from the Congolese rebels. The e.
to close the Congolese mob broke windows, and two 1 .._JoP t...
4 legation and leave the country.; students climbed In a window CIMtlMKKDXwUM l',

M. Gaston Ngambanl, the and started ransacking an office. GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTE CdttiiryCr, a'pm. w.cl.a.r .'
Congolese charge d'affaires, Soviet policemen threw _..ClMat. ./
was summoned to the Soviet them out.Valnc. Maw fI.(
s'.M-
Foreign Ministry Tuesday and
told to leave No date was set Added

I for An his announcement departure. by Tass. STUTTGART, Ark. (AP) 1i4

the Soviet news agency, accuse When the Stuttgart Ark, Daily THURSDAY DEC. 17th ABOUT 4 P.I* <)
! Ngambanl of "activities un-:Leader received the rosters of
friendly to the Soviet Union" the Paragould Ark, football Gal
and "impermissible actions in program it prints, the numbersof ..
respect of Soviet citizens." the players were written out
Tass said Ngambanl's "hos in Latin. I FREE CANDY FOR THE KIDDIES MemberBoosters v
tile activities were particularly When asked about It Pars- I the Came
stepped up after the henchman gould Principal Orville Roberts r the 1IIJridbas1elban

of the imperialists, Tshombe", quipped "all activities should.' ww.tat.rw.swrtle.slst.........+sns.e.re e+w..+e.e elvt.."" ....................wslre.....rnstvrawwweu ....................csrslt.....-.+taele.nswle.....eW
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Increased their hostile and slanderous -: JNITIO ITATII IN AND 011 v"sNO5VNl and
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: of friendly relations and':.. : =-=.:......o.::..t..b.CM. Tommy TV

li:1iI 41 :! can fraternal peoples.cooperation" with AM- -a/rl_..rl..awr.a...,..".. .Iw.Ic---'.....-..--a.CMS SHOPPING CENTER WILL OFFER SPECIAL BARGAINS AND WILL STAY;] Kevin, Joe Lamer Mr

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licking the boots of Germany ,.01....Owl".w.P., -n.P..rA.t. / -:..= aoa. Robert
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assailed Tshombe ai a -. p..I N..M.t .. twr Kale WOna.Datid ::

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Jokes It Esrnrr ;J- Gators FifthTennessee

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will win the Southeastern Rebs 7247By

Conference basketball ,

title this year with Vanderbilt
Here Y.
Says NIB NISSF.N :formancei.
second and Kentucky third.That' .
feltrards the way Joe Dean, former Assistant Sports Editor I Forward Boyd Welsch bag

r I Louisiana State All -America Gainesville's racehorse Hurricanes Red 12 points 10 coming In the
for proved a basketball first half, and center Carl
and
now a representative
, I \ the Converse Co., saw It for the point Tuesday night: You can't'Johnson and forward WayneRick

So Laugh Gainesville> Tlpoff Club Tuesday slow down the game against had 10 apiece.

j night Dean spoke at the Gaines. them Center Sonny Tompkins was
Santa Fe tried It failed and the Santa Fe In
, villa Golf and Country Club. only >player>
was brushed aside by the double figures with 11 points,
Night win the
Program "Tennessee
can on
They're telling Jokes around these days. Maybe because CHS express. 72 47. coming mostly on a soft jump
road, Dean said. "They've got
Christmas Is close by and there's a new book out. Something
The Hurricanes shot
Interceptedpasses from the
Dave Fuller, University of Florida freshman football coach, looks power and their coach Ray corner.
over a
entitled "A Treasury of Sports Humor.. Check your local cer I
unbelievable Tie Rebels
at an rate took the opening
bookstore It appeals to tificate at the Boys' Club award nights program. Youths, from left, are Sam Mears, Is one of the smartest
you. to break the methodical tlpoft and held the UU for
like this Gordon, Charles Theus and Steve Abrams Tom Hutnon, rear, president of the minds in the business." open
Things : .
two and
type employed by the one half minutes before
game
Exchange Club which sponsored the event said than 200 Dean said "I like Venderbill's
They tell the story about Charlie Callahan, Notre Dame more boy were Rebels In the first half. GUS' alert defense shifted

1 sports Information director, after Ara Parseghlan had been honored. hasn't personnel shown that but it this can team win Time after time the HurrIcanes Into gear

hired as coach. picked off passes and
f One Indiana writer met Callahan at a dinner one day and away from home. I raced the length of the court Broke Ice

!. lam, "Charlie, have you learned how to spell It yet?" OVER CROSS CITY, 71-51 Tats Lark Height I for layups. They built up a 13- Welsch broke the scoring Ice

Callahan said, "P-a-r-s+g-h-I-a-n. It's not hard." The ex LSU star tabbed J Ken-'3 first quarter lead and thrn by sinking two free throws,

The writer said, "I don't mean Paneghiaa. I mean Presbyterian. -I tucky as a sleeper noting that:expanded it to an overwhelming and the Hurricanes were oft

." Blue Wave Victor' Adolph Rupp's 'Cats have the 32 10 spread at halftlme.II and running.
And there's the one about a noted basketball official who best bull- handlers, best shots RecordIt Boas came up with one of
and best speed. "But they haveto I his frequent steals and con.
Incensed one losing coach to the point of desperation. was the fourth victory for
fight for their lives every ells( netted on a three point play
against a lone loss while
By JIMMY RUSSELL Kevin Fitzpatrick. lost 39 29 to the Keystone, Ram," Dean said. "They don't Santa Fe's record to push the score to 12 3 as
Sun Basketball Assistant Cross City coach Eddie Pe- Heights girls and the Cross have the big men." now standsat the first period ended.
32.
r CROSS CITY P. K. Yonge trlcka thought that PKY Just City Bees notched a 35 31 Dean put Auburn Florida and Guard Bill Boss led the Hurricane ells opened the second perl- '

I showed class In parlayingsound had the better team, noting, triumph over the Baby Blui Georgia In fourth, fifth and attack with 20 od with six straight points on
offense and defense to "They Just manhandled Wave In double overtime.Jo points, Johnson
u.- sixth positions. He noted the return and three backed a hook shot, ]Jumper
t tt [ gain a resounding 71-51 cage this Is the first time we've been Webb was tops for Die of Larry Cart would help him with teammates double by Rick and Wclsch layup \to

tf t triumph over Cross City Tues outscored from the field this Cross City girls with 8, while the Tigers, said no team can up figure per-: push the margin to II l

day night. year." Christine Wolfe paced the Key. win the SEC with sophomores Santa Fe came out faster in

PKY hit 27 of SJ shots from Hoskins had plaudits for his stone girls with 14. Jerry Martin and Florida la playing hem Bell Die second half and played Ihe

[the floor and completely dom entire team saying, "The whole was high for the Cross City and discounted Georgia becausethe SurgesFor Hurricanes on almost equal\

"lie should go on 'What's My Line'," the coach said bit inated the rebounding. The bunch played well. Bees with 10, while Ray Bryant Bulldogs have the toughest terms, losing only one point

\;: terly. "Put a striped shirt on him, a whistle In his mouth Wave did a fine job on high- Center Charles Hinton led the and Michael Hicks led the schedule In the league, playing 63-62 in the third period and two In

and none of them could tell what he's doing." scoring Bear center Bobby well balanced PKY attack with Baby Blue Wave with six. the top five teams twice around. the fourth.The .

Your Time Is. Dodd, holding him to seven IS points, while forward Dan f K VONOS 04MIMM.I I. t IITielwrn LSU is weak In the backcourt, GIIS B team also was
Dennison and Covey Johnston ..M| Whit.... 141 Mmlon.ItIll victorious In
i points. Dean said; Alahama has a lot Win a pr.llmlnnry
\ Or how about the item on the high school track coach The Wave started thingswith I each contributed 12 points to the H....., Mil NhlM T., ,5115.., sea, flllMlrkH.H1q,,., IIIKm. 144/, of fight, Mississippi State is Cage clash, downing the Rsbsl I B

l who was looking for a sprinter and couldn't find one among a bang as It Jumped to a Wave cause. Lewis Overstreet 1141 H'.... (...., T...".IMMI. playing almost all sophomores, quad, 13 30. Frank Hartman

his prospects. Seems they were too slow.A 3-0 lead. Two 25 foot set shots! topped Cross City with 14, and W4UW CHOII M4Mrm CITY -, l4i Ov4rWr4tl CmOlB I I 4tHiHr \t/,' and Tulane and Mississippi justdon't BELL Bell surged In the ,led the winners with It points.
told the coach that he noted one youth .. final period here
consoling fan forward Lewis Overstreet teammate Randy Corbin pump. K M| lnlln r -Ml 0 by have
had good form and that time wasn't Important. sparked the Bears to a 10 3 ed In 11.There .111" Wllwl, |.Mi NMKIrli AW'',|,tM,,,,,| ..Kerr.... ,Tti4i4.Mill. l ".litth.f ,. Dean said It.a pre season top to take a see-saw 6342 basketball noon.'"II,,.-ton 114, "tUt,,., I W.lKh*?, WIll44, ll-ll t-
"Time Isn't Important," the coach said. "You get op at victory over Branford. It 1. 544.04. I4 ._ | .1 t,
lead. were two preliminarygames. hero kyf. <0.44. 11 five team would lilt. In his 04 C,
1:30 a.m. some day and go down to the railroad station PKY coach W. J. Ho skins The Cross 1 I K. V.wi 11 51555515Ca. was the first loss for the Bucs C444I544, :"L 244,1.ttwr/ "I
City girls .. opinion, forwards A. W. Davis, I ,.
Coy II It II II II
and try to catch the I o'clock train. Thee tell me time Isn't called time out and switched i -- -- Tennessee and Dick Mulle The lead changed hands 554t'AN'_.......- .Kfr .HI.....,,."?.!.. !:
/
I ; throughout the with Bell I I TM444w, 1/U 1 AMo I
II" Important" defenses. This game, ;1'li j'I'J.:
semmlngly
got
LSU Lee Vitv ,
center Clyde *54 aIs
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.
lnn/
Then there's the football coach who turned to a new vocation the Wave back in the grooveas derbllt and Brooks outscoring the visitors, 13-12., :w' w auwl..4a

I"r training horses. He was asked how he liked his new the score was knotted 12-12 Starke Loses Henderson; Florida guards; and Louie In the last quarter to sew It up. e,.... ,. 11." u n 54 n.51I \,

work. at the end of the first quarter. Dampier, Kentucky. The game was a battle' 01 I I t
I"I He said, "Well the horses never complain about practiceand one-two punches, with Bra -
The second
quarter was a "Florida has the best back- '
r they don't complain about the food. But, then, I never" nip and tuck affair with court pair In the conference, ford's duo of Andy Cheney and: Keystone 5' l
to bite me either. 58-46 BattlePALATKA Bill In M
I"f had any of my football players try PKY finally getting a 29 M Henderson and Baxl.y;' Dean Terry pumping points .
And, as a tickler there's the old one about a major col- to 47 for Bell's twosome o I
I halftime bulge. w. '.... '.... said. He said Gator coach Norman Falls 68-55
lege football team trying to line up a schedule In'World PKY began to hit the basket Sloan has to go with what Wayne Williams and Bobby ,

f War II days. The coach filled In eight dates and had a from outside during the third r Palatka cashed '12. he has and that means using Smith.
marked and awaiting permission to in the foul here Palatka held Cheney dropped In II field CRESCENT
pair open, "Pending, quarter. It held a 10 point at line only onepointleads tall sophomores Jeff Rams s CITY CMS-
be played. lead at 46.36 at the end of the Tuesday night to trip the after both the first and and Gary Keller, "You can't y goals and four free throws for cent City wed a woll-katanced

l One of his big linemen looked ever the slate and said la quarter. Starke Tornadoes, 58 46, In second quarters, but opened up run with tall men Dean said a game high of 32 points, while scoring attack to trip Keystone .
,,
; Wbo's this team Pending we're playing twicer basketball In the third Terry bagged 20. Williams Heights U 13
surprise, "Hey Hoskins Inserted hitI\ b s a contest. period for a 11 S "so Florida Is playing a control pic. In a baikel.
I never heard of them. Where are they from?" during the fourth quarter but [ The Braves tallied 24 free margin. type of Isme.It ed the Bulldogs with 27 mirk. ball contest here Tuesday night. 1

j How about this for a windup. At the Hall of Fame football they played unlike subs as they throws to only 10 for Starke Starke won the B g a m e, Dean said Florida fans will ers, and Smith had 21. Don Four players hit double flg

jI banquet last week, emcee Johnny Carson noted the legal extended PKY's margin still for the difference In the game. trimming the Palatka B squad, see (Iwo of the country's finest Strickland also chipped in with urea for the victors, three with I
I fight between Notre Dame and Twentieth Century Fox about more. Hoskins particularly was Guard Buddy Mangum paced 46 30.MLATKA. 10 for Bell. i 13 points and one with four .
performers Monday night In BIlly
.tI the movie "John Coldfarb Come Home; which ridicules Impressed with the play of the Palatka quintet with 18 (ton. Ills M.". t-1* Cunningham and Bob Laws I Bell jumped off to a 11 4 II Stephan Brokas, a I 10
Irish grldders. points, and Daniel Shepard and 141 Crimll .Ml |.*.",'", l-l-lli rw.y. lead at the end of the first period sophomore forward, paced the
March and center ,
guard Tyre 155 TM,5.w. I1 ar Menhirs 515la of North Carolina. "They can
1 Carson said "Notre Dame objects to having Its football Dan Hall added IS and 14 : T44.I.; 123454.sea. but fell behind! by two Keystone quintet with 11 points !
... r....... .5,2. 5.44144. do It all, he said. "Bring Ihe
players depicted as uncivilized, uncouth drunken athletes. points respectively.Greg I T ii4i e4M, VMIM e_ 1"1 4L.4. ball the drive points at halftime, 3432. The and 19 rebounds. '
1I Carson said, "They want It known that Notre Dame has Beckum's 33 Reddish pumped In II<.. |IH4-44.PMMI, >.lIIINt Mi54u. .. .IL To It !In up the basket court rebound, stuff two trams played on even Keystone! Jumped Off to I 19-

civilized, couth, drunken athletes." markers to lead Starke, and .kw.. w qunNnl defend." pass, terms In the third quarter with 12 lend at the end of the first

I You're right. I didn't think It was funny either. Donald Falcon chipped In with a' X11 unu N nth M Miami's Rick also I 16 points each. period and !left the court al
Leads Sharks -- I Barry David Halter fired 13 pointsto halftime with a 39 4 30 bulge
came in for his share of pre I.*.
pace the Bell B squad to a But Crescent: City came out
.. I II 'Dean said the Hurricane are Is 3(23 win over the Branford B strung In the third period, out.
'the'
( Starke Gets Five "best player In the
country
4 fl lBllII. Past Melrose for his position. There's no team to a preliminary clash. scoring Keystone, 16 4 1, and
I The Branford girls topped Ihe tying up the game The hosts
doubt about it, he .. .
Bell lassies
43-22, to another then wrapped It up with a 20.
MELROSE Forward Jerry Pe- 7 Moore gave a report on

535 SCHOOL ,r.._ IB ,........ ....... tloy ., Beckum tossed In 33 points On AllConferenceST. the IT FSU game In the sivsenre preliminary, point final I quarter while Key
Nt 554k54 44 tone could score only seven.CMtcinr .
LaM > 4l .. eon
itnMviHi n, ...... ,. a it. e4Mrikvrt SUM lirry 4fc TtrwnS here Tuesday night to lead of Sloan who la out of 444'<. "H-4M 54's, ..>4t 1. P. K. lontt H. CroM Clly 11 .rtn iM. Cedar Key to a W6 basketball [town. Tom Dobwn reported on aaANroaowry, ttMl keN MMM*. Mil rf-toy, HII .......,
Pala/I .. N. at..M. M MMrMvff MlfH H Otmdlll MIt I .*< *. 545, Immt, till Clwwy, 545 0114, Cas, 105, $45.l.. 51.5, c_
11.V. D"eft ... ,,N.wlM" MCr Pt4nkun Dlxlt Naples n. victory over Melrose. AUGUSTINE: The back Larry Potteroff, quarter. the Tlpoff Club's baskttball I a l MUM, 144- 25444,51544. n 55l", 11I.'I'

.cw M.4'$ City. :::. ::45I H.ISMN 55NM II.14 P."r.awsIer1I,444,1 44 No 5,4a1HSN M Beckum a M senior talliedon Bradford Co. Tornadoes placed back Jim Fant and end Chris:[team. -*r w|. tt wwlwil W HI4 II_N,II... lfCMS MSIOKTI c.N, S>
... 61. ararb.4 45 U. MMTMurf __ Cto 4 It, 13 field goals and three free five players on the All Florida [Robinson. Gator Bw| Ticket a.4we )..... ..*... H.t, Toes. 4 515 0'.
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M. ON: w CHa.a5 (M. ttoMlKtW 5e' 55.54 MWI. U7 Ftl4Xl 55.25U
L.nmoi... IlllW 41. M_ M JMUII O, CMnMMT C4flMllf H.IflMMt throws as he led the Sharks to Star Conference football Patatka's four spots went to Bub Coleman notified members :: : MM ky.. wl"r imuni
..., Lcli-l 4 _
N. M N toJltXMl .., V4MC 0 he has l( y rl II M 4* I
C44a ? tickets for the Gator ,
OTHSa1Wv4411dIMa IM_. Hlgfi' ... eunti 0r<4 9TOTM easy victory. team for 1M4. halfbacks Bill Perry and Char. Pair D4TW4M N44* .5 545* I MHawthorne
I
_... ...a._CIf'._11,'_N .. 554v.,. -OLIN- M S4T4MII tM p
Illy MIHImr Stmcoll 5445 '''' n. P nw'b N lead at the end of the recent meeting here were tick 'and end David Smith. Dec. 29-30, In Jacksonville The Win

,,_. T TtdI'". M"l4u e'_-t Hilt_44ANw.H .. Ale. .. C."..*.City. aia 4X 45.InaHMHfmf __. 14 first quarter, expanded it to JJ- I. Tommy Thomas, guard Jeff Paul quinn, Lake City coach general public may secure h> Eagle
,. N. New NP0,5 Wm (MCK M e MM4 aftrl formation regarding the tickets
Phil Et.der
24 at halftone and then rolled Warren quarterback
55. Joe 74. 005.. P rnt McC4rty M 04b.y s.. [was honored "Itllth. championship '
,..._. CIty SN 7t..0.4sviiN..... pCD .. in the third period, outscor I ng halfback Eddie Noegel and [ trophy, by calling Coleman at 371 KM. CHIEFLAND Horace Moody Bows 48.40 '
a. Wool P m 5.1c MrN NM 4 SlMrl It Next meeting will be on TIMS. and Bill Schouler combined
w44 N4 14 a W.r N the B-'. end Gene Pass.Champion ,
W W. Weft H. Mil 551.4! Mustangs Rudy Whit St. Augustinecoach I ,
=N. C,44M" 54CI awe'* t4C* H Vr M4C SI I IM day, Jan. I, when Hot Rod for 10 per cent of Broiuwn's total 1'
._ N Cmw52I A,,,.,. 44, CSMw a Tommy Slaughter also 111 I 11 Lake City placed said the five member :
[Hundley will be the points here I IIAWTHOR.NC A slew
..._. car e--Sf a.ctt a44d4 N. Psea ftt Ice 5.44, double figures for the elm ers four halt speaker. Tuesday n ght -
players.They were Is
.0.44144 SM w. A_ PIM loop open to expansion. Any as the Eagles slopped Chief- third quarter doomed Haw
.._ C4'44.1. w L544444 eon 4Cll44, .. with 11. Kenneth Tomlmsea backs Charlie d
47. Harrison a a Class A schools Interested la
:= .
.1"44/4.4 a. v_ 71Boys' *44, 54444 .. No. land 5039. thorns to a a 40 cage ..
..._ 54,444444 M 0011 I. led the Mustangs with 20 mark.fr' Ronnie Mangle center Steve Joining should contact White at North I Marion Moody pumped to 21 points back Tutwijy night si the '
and David Wilson and E. J.
Cbamblra and tackle
w- eon a. one'. 54444 N I Wayne St. Augustine High School. and Sthouler hit 17 In the victory hands ef the DunnnIM fill"' ". r
I Club 00444 5vw.w o.4. s41Han' Beck chipped In with 12 and 10, Jordon.
The. trailed
Hornets only bya
CiN4.l fl.0vb sOow respectively.ceo' Live Oak landed four, also Victor OverRed wool
44U.K w14./.1. L4IUottN e Cramer LcuiU ( Ztlrnkk pared the point al halftime 24 23,
Group' to Sec 544.4..4 54. La' aav r C_. 155, 5547,4. They were quarterback Mat I Indian with 17 markers, and but faded! to 36.30 going Into t

55._C_aL 75._445.....0441 a4wG 52c. Swoe.444 lose,,,"=. t,:;:,.. '554.' = I coin! Brady, halfback: Randal Bubby McCollum eonfrlbutid 12DroniMi [the final per 4 Dunnlien I !
455 c"L noises a.N.L505 Box. end Dale McCuuca and Masters Class Devils
Gator Came 0..44444 14.4..44.4 C4w4-a 545 streaked to a 1JS then told off every kid by Ire
..,soy M A.aw44 N ....... 554.4. T_ I halfback John Hurst.St I 1 first quarter lead and expanded home Dv"EJland .
M444444 I. 4N444. 54 0..5. 4454 5/41, 54* five
044'5 / er Augustine gained In Shoot Here
of the Boys' dub 0.54. 1,44444. 7% A..SI4 44 1444, SPARfl- North Mir ls n's II to M-IJ al haUttme for a H the winners with
Members Tn.L_ W4w 4,..- ar 4.Iww,5r place halfback Bobby Bergman Colts led throughout to noel ,comfortable U and Root added II.
01 margin.ln points
will be the guests ?_ ... 45 e'N lit' N.Y 11
Boosters Club .445de. 4N A4.444". '" 5e' -Ie 44 ssN_ ._I5.. M- tackle Jim Pastor, full Raymond Darner Lake City a SHJ basketball win evil ,. %0,.. It. MM,. I ID, I.HM., lulu had 10 for Hawthorne.
Tlpoff M >/
Gainesville >5 IMMM. M4 *
the North Carolinaat M PMw 144404 44/1Nw2 444 5'NJak.4 A.wrW44y SJaa44w was the Masters Class In the Wlfflstoa Tuesday night. 'n, s4 >. T..M,, >ti... ii-.0. I The B team game went to '

the Florida Monday Dee. aH444 H.4nr 755. J..a4.1M.awe. [Gainesville Pistol Club's open I Four Colts scored to double -c'.o..... C...a......_It.... 54441___eN DunneUufl, also by a score' of .!

basketball game ,, M 3.14S Lake Butler's Late Drive Invitational shoot Sunday at the figures with Bid/ Deris' II''1.1...,..--. 555 T44w1 MSw. II 11.
Florida Gym. Boys may .. I .. -.. I
Lee .
at
D.r-
21 a. ..
this week at the Boys'Chub Y_ ,.. II. .. Boulware Springs range. He had'points leading the way, Cams':'=: 2a 5154454 ..I U-.._U01' -* 'S'lwA.'. .w54a4.1 I 1411L5..44544.5 "I
register 5,44a.. 7P. S'.4 c- 5y... 44 0. E. Mane was rvnv honors went to Truby English s. 155a/.4 III..
<- Booiter .
their .
showing 544. a. Ia Over j'j'1ZtdOO. .. .
It by membership carl 5.44. 54w ... 444 14 Brings Victory MayoMAYO amp with gl8xm. of the Red Devil, however He Gets ........"" .... .. .......... r ., I '
shirt and who have registeredBart -.. ,4I44'M 44 34445444 44S4 44.fI. 544144M.ri 'I Cliff'hammer fed Espertadate pitched .In M for the towni Hurry 39 I 61._ '_ ... ..a...n.. \ '

Boys Riley\ DHn. Lynn Walden I. _N 4_Ml P10W ..... Lake Butler Started [by Ratty Wade with 11 and with Sariot. A. T Rsirmti I i Norm Marioa. bomllng Us An Miami W/nI/ /.1.-Mow"44.r.e'a.NN I

are: Cart Bwton. q l,44A4. 44J slowly to the first half here Terry Parrisa and Larry a,. sod C True wne sce record to 2.1.. had a mi ha* N II II N 4e
Atwater m4.e MIAMI (APICaiiiriRklBarry _..
Tfcmry.! Chris Bites.(_ K a. -= :: eca Tuesday night bat then caught [art with II aptoce.Roffie I lend and third with TOOK and time lead and gradually pulled slow to e4N.44. c" ey N5544M 44445.,
Tommy 4. K 14 M444.y 554 0W45r butt the wu warming 'p
Burton Turncr Ie 'c. .. fire to the third period to mpecttvily. away last two quarters.Waltbaten I
.. Kevin Lambert.Wrujht. Hrb!* Earns. CIM.u.. 1byo. 61 U. tale wu the teal I Dr, A. D. Censer was f br4 to !i UH Sot untracked Tuesday afghl but cofkcted 3t Warren, Itch)
Joe lead at hays player ta double figures after late football poled after he got roliuig la
took 12 I a
Robb Watts w. 5.744_ 7L 0. -. N Uaye a JtharpihooUr CIa with TMtM. campaign.
J Mark Hendoo Scott Stephens. .44-4 CAt 44.4.-w.44 4 II, !the end e( lINt first period and with' It I I 1., Alfred Pmdray WiDiatM.M ....11101 I help iheHurrlraiiM win an ..nbaikctbal I Sign wait UFFlurida'f

DarreO Jot**., Cue Mefcbert./ _54544 5 4544_ 1307P..130-_ PCwre'w4 trailed by only two points at The Like Butler girls 11..1.' second with TttsSM and M. I Tke B learn game went te I ] game aver It ...." '. I list of football' sign.e .

D.viddPrescott MtWxrt. ttke Shan.on. .-K 1 a halftime, 24 22. But OM TVgenshifted lain" VKtortaM. takJnf a -lf J. ...... Lake 0,. third with North. Mario. ..AI I of California.The .* apparently aaa climbed to

Rodney Bass. Danny Sha* >L .-4cs4r44 "t r II / koto high gear hi ever lie May lassies..Carol CxMO. |I The Colt are till BOW IIILIJ game was 12 minute aid 27 with DM addition ef two

Robert JWftnaa. Steve __455,.w... 44.42.K44H.7r. the .bird' quarter, to put to 1.;;; Bennett paced be winI I' Joan Pendray WllUstoa. led die Calmeviui holiday twnry I before Barry scored IU sank II owe IIneIIIftL I

roe. Jay Walsh, Charles U 4Mw44 vw.M P:" game M ice. with U poMa. 1JT't Clan wills TVxM. Sam Dee. 244. 2J, a, JO.l"ll I from the finer and 17 ef 24 from Guard Ml Warren of Starke

Wad Gag M-tcheO. Goon m4. CItO 5. 44n I Lake Butler Htacortd Mere,I use alr2lle p_ es. ,Canoe was second. I7txm; and Soils l44., can :Ihe free throw Dae, hitting the and tackle Hanell Reid o! p

Theus Mitebe .Jimmy DInt 5j11111abe r I- K -IL 44444 Nv4 45 1' T, hi Ox third sujrirr aw)jlf_., -..... 5_4.. D...4 Ho a J. V. H&tr tfurd. MTxM. | 5i.I I.,* M, w.4.:*,>. ._4e'..55.....4.*M 5f >. art W to a ..... Jasper have been eommttlad to
dm rolled ep n 18 I margM 1 44.w 5.5 ....... Hammer Outer, Alfred tt** f
Iti.g Kevin 'DJiIIDS. ddThe' -It,.. si the final perW.I ., '444.20'10 a44- 1444._ .1444..1. ,_' If'ndtay" J<*o Prodrry will .."ue''ItI.. 44.N..y t>.eo-. 5.7.,.5 H 04 Ii.IYrt 544. whlnd at kaUtlme wht* 14. ships. Warren si IIt.. 1)3 and

ergs,4 Lance Ftoiwn.Block Steal Condo. e-Y1teNAL.A4a-. 5t eery N IT5ML....... I Goard Jmtny Thomas led 554 0..0.*. .... __ .e"j"j mere ap ene due lee I a Jur.eompPtJtIoII ,444 .... 24.,4. 514 U ,:Mary's M ff-32. The California wae named to the Sua's first 1

(tit and terry e.r4 5. el 1a4w 4.5e' the Lake Butler scorag f awidt -I ..rro. 5 MrNL. Nest shoot wiD be Ma4yaei1/eq' .4455Nw44.a. leans ltd by 11 soiati al sue I team AO-A/ea. Reid !. 213i t,

sat/ Greg Baggy.. 5_,._a7L_4.55 5U A,4..e0 44e r M.a 55 *ade II-...., IeII lowed'/- 5.a4r a e a 1 1 a.'a tosday. Jilt W, at 1 ,...,. ew544N. T4yII. N15 .'. 4555555-Ni J pott to tte game. I poundI. 1




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St. Joseph's Is Haynes Wins $12.2 MILLION, PACT SIGNED



I Upsetter AgainBy IlonorasAFL'Comeback' Baseball Slices Rich TV Pie


NEW: YORK (AP) Abner
Haynes, the American FootballLeague's I By MIKE RATIIET 111 If the Phillies Iron out their Ralph Houk. will be televised into all areas of Previously no game was >>
DICK COUCH Rick Barry scored his first first big name, won a local I the country, including cities milled to be televised Into
sponsorship problem.
I "We have not committed our I v-I
Associated Press Writer within 50-mile radius
Sports a
of I
point at 12:09: the first half honor when he The Yankees league area
Associated Press Sports Writer new Wednesday purchased last which have major
College basketball's upper but still finished with :M as MI-'was named winner of the ComeBack NEW YORK (AP) Major year by CBS, have a contract selves one way or the other, he teams. major league city.
ami of Florida outraced league baseball has stuck its contract for
out. Our
visiting
echelon Is fast becoming a t the-Year award of the I with the network that has been pointed ,
scrap heap and the hungry St. Mary's, Calif, 9-77.. Barry's AFL by an Associated Press finger in the lucrative television existence for about 10 years, this year with CBS Is so much I
pie for the first time mult
11 field goals and 18 reboundsset on a
Hawks of St. Joseph's, Pa., are panel. but runs out after the 1965 sea better than what the others are II GROCERY
club
basis
Miami pulling out a
career records of 871 'IU-j DRIVE-IN
doing their share of the plundering and 922, respectively Haynes, 26, started the season million plum but leaving one son. The past season the Yankees to get, we would have to study I
I with Kansas City as a split end, televised 22 home
gameson
Juicy| question still unresolved: I the proposition when we are no>>
Penn State pulled away from filling In for the Injured Chris a national basis via CBS, receiving
The Philadelphia quintet, What about the New York! : TRAINEESWANTED
Gettysburg with a burst of 10 Burford. Coach Hank Stram 1550,000 They are ex- longer committed to our present MANAGER
which ran Davidson out of the
Yankees and CBS? I
Top Ten 10 days knockedoff successive points midway I had talked of using him at pected to do the same in 1963 contract.>> "
ago
the second half and : The speculation arose Tues
.ranked through flanker behind Frank Jackson. John Fetzer owner of the De-
seventh John's
St. of
of the
Under the terms con
whipped the home team 83-39 I Curt McClinton apparently had day following baseball's an-.troit Tigers and one of the
New York 71-56
Monday nigh tract for the Saturday Spectacular
Thoren 16 of his his old at running.nouncement that it had sold its prime in the
Skip pumped usurped Job movers package
with a stifling zone defense that the clubs will get $5.7 mil.
limited the visiting Redmen to 19 points In the first half, trig- back. first regular season package,I arrangement with ABC, admitted million Male, 25 to 50 for manager trainee positions withJockson's
lion the first and $6.5
I giving the American Broadcas year Paid vacation and other
16 second.half points. gering Illinois to a 70-56 decisionover Abner moved>> Into the back- the Yankees participationwould Minit Markets
Ing Co. the right to telecast nationally the second-equivalent to when qualified. Prefer married men,
benefits
Wisconsin In the Big Ten field as soon as Burford ras I have made the transaction fringe
St. John's first loss in four conference opener at Madison, healthy and showed much of his 25 Saturday and two more attractive and said: 1300,000 per team the first year full lima employment only. Starting salaries for
starts left only two nationally Wls. old dash and drive while gaining holiday games In both the 1965 "We hope the Yankees will be and $325,000 the second time experienced assistant managers $90.00 a week,
ranked teams No. 3 San The Citadel boosted its top 652 yards on 124 carries In the and 1966 seasons. Included in 1966. But we are around. and for experienced managers $125.00 per week.Jackson's .
Francisco and NI>>, 4 Minnesota
Southern Conference record to first 13 games. The money from the new undertaking unable to determine that at the One of the main features of
with perfect records. :3-0 by nipping Richmond 76-75 The first day Haynes returnedto named the Saturday present time." the Saturday Spectacular Is that Minis Market,
The Hawks, behind sophomore on Herwlg Baumann's Jump, the backfield the Chiefs were Spectacular, will be divided They Agree I there will be no blackout anywhere II 1234 N.W. 16th Are,Gainesville
Matt Coukas Jr., openedthe shot with 12 seconds left in the playing the Oakland Raiders. equally among the teams, The Yankees said much the except In the cities of the: Apply in person to Mr. Blundell,

second that wiped half I out>> with a 40-39 a def 13-1 second overtime period. Fred ,Abner ran 12 times for 198 yards bringing the 18 clubs participating same_through_General Manager 1 two teams playing. The game_I I '
surge Hetzel scored 28 points and Dick and caught five passes for 117 in the venture about $300,-
icit and the Redmen behind
put Snyder, 23, leading Davidson yards to prove he was back in 000 a year in addition to revenue --
points to stay.during Goukas the hit rally.for eight 1 past VMI 8149 for a 2-0 South business. from local telecasts.NoaParticipants. AVAILABLE NOW ..AIiNe o13.

ern Mark. This was the man who was
Coukas finished with 17
the league's Player of the Year Two>> clubs with previous com-
points, one less than teammate
Oakes. In 1960 as a rookie when he also mittments the Philadelphia
Billy Ken Mclntyre hit Brown
19 for St. 'aVlllanova Jim was the leading ground gainer Phillies and the CBS-owned "*
St. Joseph's ambitious and scored 19 touchdowns in Yankees are not participants., tttetoue
Philadelphia neighbor,, Best Rusher regular.season play in 1962. The Phillies are expected to
matched the Hawks' 5-0 mark In the young of the 24-man Join| before the start of the season
with a 9540 romp over Toledo. committee, three from each and It Is hoped the Yankees r'' .h; ', 12-Inch, LongPlayingChristmas
in NFLN7W league city, Haynes drew seven will Join the rest of baseball for
Again votes. Glenn Bass, Buffalo s.-it the 1966 season. kk ,In ,
,
Ray Dollar end, and Babe Parllll, Boston's I During the 1965 season the y abfl $ = i y
YORK (AP) Cleve veteran quarterback each re- Yankees will be in direct com- !1 i lrx
land's Jimmy Brown officiallywas \ ceived four votes. petition with the other 18 clubs, .h4., JY'u V
declared the National Foot "*
High on 577Ray ball League's leading ground Carol "*

gainer today, becoming the only CardinalFranconc s Secure
Dollar of Pepper PrintIng Individual champion In eight departments '
led the Industrial League to grab a second con 'ii'j Album
Tuesday night wjth a 877 ser secutive crown.
,ies. He rolled 164-214-199. Brawn won the rushing title in Dealbaseball ,
Al Morris of Gainesville with 1,446 yards gained In 280 attempts i Hi-Fi or Stereo
'Shopping Center had a 569 and for a 5.2 average, push
Ken Kent, Plggle Park Restaurant -log his career total to 10,768. He By MIKE RATHET season ended. ) .
spilled 852. Lud Padus- did, however, fall off from his The Cardinals grabbed Fran- 0 :
:nak, Gator Tire Service, had 1983 output of 1,863 yards In 291 Associated Press Sports Writer cona to beef up their bench .t o .t: e.
I a 223 top game. carries for a 6.4 mark. I The world champion St Louis strength after a couple of trades
Jerry's Restaurant totaled Green Bay quarterback Bart Cardinals hay a turned Tito
In the past. week depleted their II e gtsotsi
2149 on 1059-942-948 with the Starr regained the passing title, francona Into a last-minute supply of outfielders. II

1049 best single. he lost to Y. A Tittle of the New Cinderella, acquiring the veteran Charley James was traded to: Features Gordon MacRae, Martha Wright Franco Corelll
Splits were made by Kent, York Giants last by com- outfielder from Cleveland
year Cincinnati along with pitcher
8-7 and 8-7 Just before ,the clock struck Roberta Peters and the Columbus Boychoir with the
} Pidusnak, 8-6, pleting 89.9 per cent of his passes Roger Craig for Red's pitchers I
Ray Shepherd, Scrvicemaster, for 2,144 yards and 15 touch- midnight Tuesday and ended Bob Purkey and outfielder:j Firestone orchestra and chorus...17 all-tlma favorites,
6-10 and 3-7; and Billy Johnson -towns His big plus was only major league baieball's Inter- Johnny Lewis and pitcher Including "White Christmas", "Silver Bells", Sleigh Fida,
Servlcemaster, 57. I four interceptions in 272 attempts league trading period. Cordon Richardson were sent to I "Ave Maria" 13,others. Quality ,
Bruce Purdy, Ironwood Coif and a record string of The Francona transaction, in the New York Mets for pitcher Comparable TJTjo
'Club, had a 899 on 203227169In 225 attempts without a steal. which the Indians will' get a Tracy Stallard. I DON'T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING OFFER..we have t
the Sunday Mixed loop. Bill In other departments, Balti\ player to be named later In addition Francona, a 30-year-old left- a big supply, but expect a sellout. Get your copy of '3.98 and
Holmes, Carlos Hope Electric, more's Lenny Moore won the to an unannounced handed hitter, hit .248 for Cleveland 4.98 Albums
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had 855; Harvey Nacht rich,:scoring title, Johnny Morris of amount of cash, was the 13th last season with eight homers
Moose, 851. Esther Van Lee, the Chicago Bears was tops In made during the month-long and 24 runs batted In. I
KIrkpatrick & Pierson, led the pass receiving, Washington period In which National and The Inter.league trading period !-
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(Rhome Chosen College Back of YearBy II >

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS pleted, Rhome had 42H votes pass completions, touchdown completions for 488 yards and
Tulsa'i Jerry Rhome and;and Huarte 39 V4. passes yards passing and total .504 yards of total offense
I
Notre Dame'i John Huarte were, Bob Timberlace of Michiganwas offense for a season among against Oklahoma State. ABOUT OLD TAYLOR 86
''aa 10 close in the voting for college i the only other player in others as he led the nation's I Over 10 games Rhome had
football Baik-of-the-Year honors double figures. He got 11 college passers by a wide 224 completions in 328 attempts,
that one fellow voted for I margin. an unprecedented .687 mark,
both of them. Rhome set It college records Rhome was also the nation's and had only four passes Intercepted
But Rhome, who set almost as For moving the football before total-offense leader. .
many records as the guide book I he even played his last game for
In a three-season career, Including Huarte, who led Notre Dameto
typesetters, got the narrow nod Tulsa and added seven more -
marred the
one at Southern Methodist a great season at
in the annual Associated Presspon. and little around
a scratching Rhome also smashed most end by the loss to Southern Callfornia. .
among the figures will probably of the career college marks. finished third in total
When the count of writers
locate
sports few
a more.
Including completions and passing offense and 11th on the passing
and broadcasters was com1 The Tulsa star set records for "
yards. list. 1
Among single game marks Huarte'i figures: showed 114 1 A
established by the fabulous completions in 205 attempts for ,
Merrills CaptureTwoBall passer were seven touchdown a .55* average, with 11 Inter
passes against Louisville and 35 cepted.Black&Deckep.
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Some sixty teams took part f-Role Events all s
in the Family two ball golf Mother Son StewardCarmen
event-at the Gainesville Golf Powers, 53; Alike Joan y i 1,
and Country Club last weekend. Sloan, 54. 4.y
Ray and Llbba Merrill took MotherDaughterA N,
Mother Son laurels with an 85 Flight Wendy Hilda $', 1
and Mrs. Merrill teamed with Wiles, 43. >r R k.
son Tommy for a second placeon B Flight Daryl Jean
an 89.Other Crow 52; Barbee Rachel Em-
results: mel, 54, Jeanie Evelyn Puck. y aNo.l ,
Lady Golfer-Junior BoyA ett, 54.
C Dixie Flossie '
Flight -
Flight Ray Moseley-Beat Cox, 59. ." J 4' OLD YlQ j.
Fellows, 79; Don Good h It t-
Martha Brown, 80; Jeff Montgomery Flight FatherDaughterA Kim V 'MAN ti 1 r y h .- R'a.. c _)
Wendy
Katherine Stephens, Wiles, 40. GIFTS
90.B B Flight Llsen Winston y a aI
Flight Ronnie Haw Summerlin, 45; Cindy. Wendell i
Nora Mae. Scurggs, 99; Jeff Clardy, 47; Marjo Earl Scar v C ihrTS
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Lally Betty Vidal 101. borough 47.

C Flight Jan-Herb Stevens, I a _
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College GridAttendance 54. Lady Golfer-Junior Boy ___

A Flight Will Ruffln-Car-
At men Powers, 49, Brad Suter- 3/s"/ UTILITY DRILL t'd '+4
Rachel Emmel, 49; Cabell Phil-
Record Level pott > Flossie Cox 53. i STOUT.HEARTED.POWER, from double-redue. a
B Flight Tommy Ellis- ton gears.A trot %''v powerhouse-not
NEW YORK (AP) College Louise Patton, 57.3Hole merely
football reached an all time EventMotherSOl s a Vi* with a %" chuck Fits all BiD y4 attaehments d
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high In attendance In 1964 attracting and accessories. Model i utii
a total of 23,354,477 Mike,' Billie Miles, 18; Dee- y Handles up to %Twist Drills In

spectators.The figures. released today Stringfellow Dee Smith,, 18 20.; Sandy(Miles team Mary e, steel, %+ Wood Augers, Hole 2ipf 5O t (except the people who give Its)

by the Nation Collegiate Athletic -won In sudden death playoff). Saws up to ll/i e. A
Bureau, showed an In Mother-Daughter They're modern people. But they co for an old-fashioned
crease of 1,117,383 or S.OJ percent Helen Ruth Aller, 23; Cin- holiday-and give the old-fashioned bourbon. It even comes in \
over the 1963 total. dy-Jean Mizell, 27.
an old-fashioned decanter (not that we won't sell you the
Both highs set Lady Colter-Junior
last year previous when 22,237,094 were turned Don Cook Mary Stringfel-Bey regular bottle). Gift wrapping for both? Of course! I ,
out, an Increase of 4.76 per cent low 19; Ruth Aller Chuck a rf Cotx a ty Extra charge? Of courso not! Give bottles of Old Taylor 60
over 1962. Hogan, 19. this holiday. Who kno\vstlf you've been good all
It was the 11th straight year Jeff Montgomery Is presidentof BARKING ON TOWER LOT year, maybe somebody will give you one. ,
that crowds at college football the Junior Golf Associationwith V
games were on the upswing. Teddy George vice president USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY 84 PROOr.THE OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY CO.,fRANKfORT A LOUISVILLE KY. ,
During that time the attendance ; and Ray Merrill, secretary THI STOM TNArS MOPS
, climbed 40 per cent over the 16> Next JGA meeting will be jv THAN JUST A HARDWARI STOIC i.

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By CYNTHIA LOWRYAP form, has some built.In difflcul',(llfst cede I II>> shot* a special format : ,However, Hubert Horton, who"Cunsmoke's" Chester that he from the actor I was. I've softened -.limitation Is the key t 0 art.I II,SIIIIIS" ',M'Jkciicoua
Televlslon-Radlo Writer I(ties oll Us very own. That Is the,, must be developed had featured1'' role In the old]f left:to become the star of his the character, 1 think, and(Painting is a rectangular flat .... .. ",.,

I reason" for the peculiar star system ,I !Q teevMonland.| the star ofderiep "Wa on..Trailwheft' the late own series. I've tried to Keep him from be- and within its confines : THURS.COMPLITI .-
NEW YORK tAP The t.le.1 built up around the placers Iii,, the principal coniu/ WBrd,.Bond***;Jlts star, made .It is the example of the handful coming an obnoxious bore, even space
vision series, as a Tlwt J Is the reason, before ..he' thug churactej1. The 'cpstjrs" such *4 Impulsion( he moved on of performers who surfaced though tie always knows everything the artist can place drama.
.' .. .. _, ,. ,_ I emotion
r y f ?f- ft. .r... ... isuaHy.; a courtCKy title tor'turetl'pI toe ant eucct shf u1 career on hlloWn. In secondary roles that keep' about everything" beauty anything ..
And, In the same an -
; way experience
"f -ibfcnwg .Weaver situated work-
# Y\( in continuity; developedutljidi9Uilict1ve similarly actors Conway until a few years within the limitations of ... -
''tilesare often pruVltfod/ /? f personality .s Ing hard; : --- --
WED. NIGHT IS Wt ago, planned a career In art, television can be wonderful for
to all**""some flexibility In the One of them is Gary Conway, and changed hie major SHOWSDRIVEIN
only the actor If he uses It right.
DANCE NIGHT!! story lines and take some of the now in his second season play from oils to greasepaint when a I
heavy acting load off the star !Lonely GIs I ing a young detective to Gene senior at the University of Call-I

"The Tropics" "' 'j *,That format Is developed so Barry's captain of homicide in fonda at Los Angeles."There's .
) t that If wilt be possible to'construct ,ABC's "Burke'i Law." "

5 Piece Dance BandAPPEARING practically endless epi- 'Have. Nor The series, off-beat comedy painting a and relationship acting In between my SUBURBIA THEATRE
odes around the continuing involving good-natured may "
he 'The
thinking explained
ch raclers. .< hem, has Barry playing a millionaire
7:00
STARTS TONIGHT
1 the ,
early painters great ones
these character lll.Up Girl who solves
Often day : lady's man
t
7:30 pm to 1:00 am 1. .., : always painted the same thing r
are cast quitedeliberstdly'wlth:;: ; crimes for fun.
arl f3ce to attracting dffinJte seer HOLLYWOOD (AP) The As a contrast, this debonalre, They stuck ,to religious scenes /////]
In which
EVERY WAD, ,NIGHT .. ; ilonrof!! the! :viewing audtence/A Hollywood pin-up, that great wise-cracking character Is provided 01'were some Interested.one area And by sticking they WsJ
;
'classic' fI.tJnf.ltto( all-purpose morale booster of World War II. with two aides. One,: I
developed
to the same area, they .
"ORLEANS'SYou've h casting > Bonanza'which la a tying diversion.And played by veteran Regis Toomey -
NJ : depth In It. .
: has four stars on equal footing lonely CI'i, from South is a detective Impatiently ,
Urne Greene is there because Viet Nam to Thule, are griping. awaiting retirement, rather I "In_ every. _area, I think that
older people find him Interest bored with his assignments and
i The,cheesecake crisis Is such Esor 11I1IUITt'''' SErruuErrRS'HfANJ'tttvm
filvcker about
ing.: Dun Is the favoriteof constantly complaining ;
i the, very young audience; that Ute San Diego Navy Dispatch aching feet. The other is t

Mike Landon, the' older teens, published an ad In Daily young, rather priggish know-lt- e.w1.IN TNIAaIR' arruolwrnmc nHR

Heard About Them and Pernell Roberts, the rest. Varltty headlined "Helpt"I all, played by Conway. But In H..fI .R..I RI.:H'HHUHILAST !
Featured players In continuing Studio publicity departments the end It Is always brilliant TWO TIMt3 -2nd Feature--

Now- See, roles are'often frustrated used to be the ever-flowing well Capt Burke, the star, who e fiRST ARIA SHOWING eAT
Heer and ,. with the Jobs. In many :series, for pin-up art. But tbd wells 'comes up With the answers CONNII*FRANCIS:05 10 !!

Enjoy Their ::4 ," the really meaty parts are writ- have run dry. I Conway, now 26, feels that, "Looking For Love"
Talents I I ten for the'guest stars, characters The reason Is simple. Hollywood playing "this straight-laced COLOR
CHUCKJE who arrive and depart .in I now la geared to Independent character" Is providing him
one episode It Is likely that production. Studios with an enormous opportunity to
no longer SHOWN FIRST AT 7:00
& what little:Is left will go to the have platoons ,of shapely learn his craft"Television ILVIS PRISLIY

NNEPianist 1 series'__ ___star._ ._ __ starlets under contract I Is the greatesttest "It Happened At
f There are two extremesThere's for a young performer," he The World's Fair"AT o altrwM.e
3 Insists earnestly "I find that
and I a group of'young actresses -
Vocalist ModernShoe I always playing the same ,char
who feel they can makeIt 10:25 TECHNICOLOR'
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acter Is a fantastic adventure In ? .c.e.M.nr.nual
Direct Fram ,/ Repair Shop on talent alone and pln-/ swill HELD OVIR ANN MARGRIT JOUST PROWSE' +' 'NOiiMM'.',"Yq*ae
W.ii CoMt acting. I think that If I looked
/.MI ,Z destroy their image.Or I "Kitten WithA
back on performance In this $
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APPEARING NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M. Heels there are actresses like Whip"
series at the beginning, I
ATUNITED 5 Mins. Carroll Baker, the movies' new find that I'm light years
Jean Harlow, who pose in the away/ TOMORROW
altogether. One editor of
Soles'Attached a servo
LIQUORS Deer Hazard '
ice newspaper explains that HIS FOLK SONGS BECAME AN

Lamplighter LoungeNorth 15 Mins.At nude pictures don't go."Today's WOODSTOCK, 111. (AP) AMERICAN LEGEND AND DID HEIcIieoteqj3
serviceman Is likely "'
Several motorists In the
Two Locations area
to have his wife living with' r
just belo*, the Wisconsin line
1620 W. Unh .
4 Main 10th Ave.Carolyn him," ;
; N.W.
at Ava. Plaza I lay deer are plaguing their
Cocktail Hour Every Evening 5 to 7 pm. FR -0315 and Barbara Nichols, one of Holiywood's I safety on .the. highways. 7 I
Pay For A "S.ngle"- Get A "DoMbla" shapliest actress ep, Grace Wegner 53, 'and KarlE.
For ,Party. Reservations Cell 378-1634 101' N. Main St. says more than half her fan Fritz, 27, were uninjured In
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FR 6.5211 her In pin-up poses ;ran .across. the road and were GEORGI SUSAN
I "I call up the studios and they :hit HAMILTON ReD ARTHUR OLIVIR

tell me they can't mall out pic -;...-;;,; / BUTTON O'CONNKL
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tares anymore," says Barbara. J SONG HITS!
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BodCOCfcb a I to
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for pin-up art to help olir/ t
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lonely servicemen. .
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I Arbitrators Members Peace Corps Safe As Rocking Chair I4HOUNCEMIHTS$ THEREIS


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Florida faculty members have tlofF Student Journalist ?,,<':I served a two-year stint over within the next few months. morale problem exists and not I Pound

t', been accepted for voluntary Being one of the 10,000 were at the university Divls said few students re that it Comes and goes with) 4 PtrMntlltM lorvkooI .

service on arbitration boards Peace Corps volunteering1,>> 1 sseas week on a recruiting trip. ceived many parental objections regularity depending on the 4 Ipoclil IrovM mtormitM NotlMtIPlorlHl

m for commercial dliputei involv- living in a primitive culture J The university last year' had to their decision to join length of time the volunteerhas '

ing construction matters la overseas Is no more dangerous -
Florida. than staying at !I1Il'IIf- % take the tests, almost 2 per 'Most pressure Is directed "The low point moralewiseIs f 1 PiKot''w' To Tt Sto.o And

I The department of Building your rocking eMir. "cent of the student body and towards the Individual from between three and Six

Construction announced the appointment '"You're In no more dinwr s'most'! twice the percentagefrom his or her parents and not towards months after they get over

of nine staff members than you are living right hereIn most colleges. the corps," he said. there," he said. ,AUfOMOTIVIM

f to the national Panel of Gainesville," said W alter Davis said last year was "And the number of parents "The blush and newnessof ..... Rontall

i the American Arbitration Auo- Davis, director of the corps' the Peace Corps' first visitto WilD object Is very, very the Job has worn off by 71 truck; lor lolo WORTHWHILE

elation, which Is formed for West African Division, who Is UF and this probably had small then," he said. "We usuallytry Tl Irucko WaotodM .
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firms and Individuals who need cruiting unit that visited the response from,the students. are the most opposed wind up meeting so everyone can see II Motoreyciti d tcooitn
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\; \ serve In their own areas last week. Interest In the Peace Corps strongest boosters of the problems and poor conditions. AutomobllN Mr Solo

and on matters with which "We've never had a volun- here and a desire to I tears p op(> Corl' ." hit added. That usually helps boost their M Ptrtgn t spots Ctrl

they are familiar, teer ,hurt, molested or bothered more about It from somebodywho Two of the biggest draw morale." H Aural W.SNEDUCATIONAL

: ;; Any firm or Individual may at all since the Peace was In It," he said backs to serving at a ,corps The "why" behind the volunteers -

settle disputes In this way in Corps began" Davis a a I d. '"They had never had 'I volunteer Is poor pay and the Is "a personal thing

I lieu ot court action, and where "The reason for this Is because chance to show thelr'lnterestuntil morale problem. with each member," Davis .
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the decision has the force the small towns and really Davla added "The fact that no salary except living allowances "I think most of them Join waniKt-lnitructlon'

I of a legal determination. become identified with the we visited the campus last and $75 per month because they want to make a IMPLOTMfNTIt

New members are professors people. year the week after President "re adjustment allowance." major contribution to an un- '.....If Sup, WantodII READINGIN '

W. T. Caldwell, Lays A. John- "The revolutions and violence Kennedy was assassinated. That money some $1,800 derveloped area of the world Wall Hllp, Worted Int .AsaRA 11Y hts tlgWarmsd

'. Ion, E. E. Klrkpatrick, D. A usually happen in the also had quite a bit to do after two years-Is held In and gain knowledge of other II Hol-Mow 5, Pomolt

Halperln B. B. Howes, V. 8 big Capitol cities anyhow and 'With the large turnout.<< : escrow for the volunteers until world and gain knowledge of ,14 falls Htig WantodII it all, 10' bravlnp

Phaneuf, B. J: Prugh, King most of our people wind up "President Kennedy was so they end their two year, other cultures," he explained."By Work Wonlod ,....,. bright 5151505 knitting 155,515 WMIMTwfr ow.I'Y., U ?

Royer, and 3 0. Stakely of reading about it In the newspapers closely connected with the term. bringing this knowl- II Wan WartS Matt *yl Wonderful Mlikhtrnit

the Building Construction department > Just like we do here," Peace Corps and that was another "The money Is to help the edge back to our country, we foidi, Inti. all btonlo rlMIni: Itnknit Ptltorn en InMdln

and Court Collier of he cOntinued. factor 1n the amount of individual get re adjusted," can give America more Information 'ARMS LIVISTOCK *4i Its IM4 yrs InclTWrtyNvt 'ldlrtctltnt :.

the Civil Engineering depart Davis said the Peace Corps Interest there was," he uid. Davis said. "Usually after on how the other 14 Perm Squlpmont" mnti .In Mini 10, till,

ment. These a p p 01 1 ntmenti never places a volunteer In Davis laid more than, 7) per two years, their wardrobe Is cultures live," he said. '17 Pan 4 PoMlllnrH pittim -tor odd II CIO,. tor taciipittorn
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j panelists at the university, and climate is unstable or unteers were either college usually need some money to show that all peoples of the LntdKoping Tar loU Oats Whooltr Otpt, Golnowlllf, P. O.! lo Sun. ,Ml No, o ot>]'

are the first faculty members where he might be In' the students or college graduates tide them over while they re- world have the lame aspira- M ..... a Suwllat rII Ion Nsw York St. NI.

& ; to qualify In the field of construction least bit of danger Volunteers are now in i 48 nations lax for a while and find a tions for a better life," Davis 11 LNtitocli Will," NAMe AOOIIIII PATTERN end NuMss 10NI. ;

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:' IS HouMt for Sele I IS Ho... fee Sale I] HOUMI ton Sal' 1 tS Heuiee for 1.II IS H..... Ier Sale IS Hevtei f*, :.' I SI H...... te* SiteMrlcan IS H...... foe Sale

1 'UY DIRECT FROM 'Ull DOA. Pt1Ui-i BY OWNER 3 'A. I YO1VCAN5kI3TPOTIR I I HERE !rt-I Ii h. ou'nO, I ONLY SM "Sewn,. no-". ("'rI5'1'i' ;" o IYOWhEOboaUttu1. ...... tar THE TIMEIS
prIm fnMcad. I bath CCI. Idaally ""'tied, I "bath I OR, I Mtn "homa. Canlrit haat, New brick front'homo In top NI CabIN tar toni.'" I U. II. IOrli dngn. I bed silo In NW _lion. I block tram
: 5R. I bath.. :,=m.\p.\ .., tram J. J. Finlay' KKool' at Kit built ,In kltchm, carport aodltoiM i ...1 valu*. I br I bath e.M ".. CIa.. I* ......,.. lid. II 170' NW 7th P1. 5nt. roo 1 Iwo full b.ini. 01 built. Myrt Trwllll, '- KKoal. Must .b.MM .
'H4 a. VA. IIOJ NI 15th lafr44II NW its PI. Nov tIcs bats''. .. C.III'.onl.FINLEY t A<, study """Ie.. .Mlulllulfloari. walkfc iiavad .,...,.. central' :: r tLPI"It ron I. L and tang Central heat te lit *i>...*.,,01... Call Fit
idwarCa. 1M. 37aafl.if Plropiaci' baoKihalvaa' air" c.....,. hug at.. .,,. On law haat, built'In *vn and ranga.. I C 'I 1100 n VA HOI pir ....,h. I4MO. NOW.
II..., and othari. ...._..., AREA ,toitdicapad lot. l_llmt trml Pay only UOO rfown, monlhly piybithi. a? mAcnd pan 1010 cr air sod.n PIta, lt. Poe twaIN. .
4.0VILY NIW I IP. Mom ovar- "'.... Call,' 174-177 fir .,.". PMA PI....... and 'law Sewn povmtot.POODYCI .. a.rrat Rod. I bid'...... I" -ndlllenlnij Call FR 41.4MODERN M. t $71 "71. NooN 5dwamds. Curios Nawillfylnf. old' ..,OoMI. eampul....."'.. tl.iOO.
.'. do, I AUTX-IATtl' INC. buIlds 37.71.SPACIOUS Ion SIN St
baSin' Nm. Lak an I Indrawn I Ialttlts.ne' and 11th Am.
aiaclittcomtloni. WANT A HOMI AT A RAVINGS' KSALTOHn Mary MOl II", Realtor
enmtructlon. luvr liMitlhil! froundil Have
,: : Acra Int.may FlnancfdJala Cubani "loam. build., .u.t rnduaaAwantsny .part" dining roomPamlly w. univ.' :rymAll How I R*, | bam homa with CM.iwat lASSItER"REALTY 101. W. U.I. A.... PR dM70Gainoonill Do You
i by ....... CHI PR .- of quality _.. Cnoic roomCantral VOU MOVING TO OC.I A' M Air cend Ooluaa UllciwnIncl PI.
I N.W. location out at Cay of traffic. Hill Nlc' hams In Coals, Ha. I in bullt'ln rang ft wn, A Room.Apartment.
( Mova HI now or ovr trio 172 UtlGlodyi: I bithv war Jr. "" *l lmantary dlihwMlwr" ft Dilpeul WN M. McKINNEY
.....,,, .,.ok. AIM Otto ocrfhomnitM. Smith Realtor ICTIMI and iheepina.' ...* ff living ana piui' douDia narag
!I Financing' arrange mi w. Unlv.nlfy, Av* ta,. OH I.... landtcapad .... will' RIDOWAY CONSTRUCTION CO, GREEN or
PR .3UI. tradi tor Mmllar ham In .! NW Cl, Awning wlndowl cant ]7in;< or yitntl. THt POLLOWINO' HOMM MUST
# (p Kctlly i iltvtff.tlll MOVI IN P05 XMAS. OSswiy" rat Oalnatvlll' ''e. rano tram lit. A-C. Doubl. carport PHA IN NIWBf RRV, I IR, eel Horn. II soLo Thus MC'NTH TO DEATON House to Rent?
.... 111,011I t lltooe
daaratnd. ''Ion. '.hbor haad, call McKlnnayra 114,2* ,. OUAl"Y Poe 01o'\15TI 0 REALTOR
050Sal." by awn. hAItI cash i i.'
not a subdiulalto' loan tc""lt" n Haalten, 1753617.IuY IXIMPTION fOR. "*it
14 NO toni of ISM down REMEMBERA
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and shooono' ThrN badtaattt I NR CAMPUS
MODELS
: C.RflN ,. tutu, concrata bloc' *. Lor,. lly. cantly com.WfftOM,.,.. .bonn BUILDER.. in SW-On.Malor. t Boo IV.* bllhi iSo NEW I.W.Mm. lie monthly" 112.I16t.l 4 IEDROOMI, I bath, crnlrll' heal, ACCENT ON VALUE_ II-
location by
II W '.II.m I Inn room laparati dining, room, G",,",. 4 Bit. built In rm. din rm. llv, rm, biaulltul' built.(n bit ONS VIA It has the righf
SWIMMINGPOOL II..... ..h..,. 1 I R. I bathS,
porch and p.II" Priild a OIl\ .. .
Clown I fill Oil. bathi, many carport OLD app HOOD down, mum ".. Kllchan comMn A vacancy
Now 900 Owntr has monad and horn birch mlg thin not mtM room
Open kltcnut par
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'" I li avallim Call AlA. t" 'i..N Hon a. untriri Koat only" lll>
today ,
lima UTTLtWOODCS i qualifying MOVI
3 Bedroom I'/i bothi. 921 I II CHUA ScAly IIS5QC'ArIJ' swan Soak ? top fiardwoad Its Cm .b* FHA flnncrd COSTS YOU MORE
floo,,, Ira. tot In Muriel' Ara.. I Br., 1 bath madam kllctian, IN. .. .
New You Would I Invoitigato b a to r
NE 5th Place _174-141, Arlt" T. $mith, Raallor.
I Ranch Style with West.rnflrtploco I Northwest NOW vndr eonitructlM, Ills NW I cant, hi. liSa NEW MODERN MULTI. LEVEL I IR you buy Call FR IUI7. than the otl that
I and nude bar. I & 4 B.droom Medali InSHADOWIAWN :M It I IR, I bain PI.. rm, MARYMOELLER spAcious I badraom 1'0bolh ma.aonry I bum wig" family room. North
.. horn* wilt tAOS SWIM' will IIIK)0 with I DUPLEX
bull' III b.cuq make on off. Buy now and you nick colon. MINIS pool. Located 1 10 th* NW No qualifying, MOVI IN. Hop Look A oood buy with will rent it!
w* want to) mona It thil Estates ISTATISF. Many *.d Hi. This' li an axcaptlonal buy FINLEY AREA 4 M t bath Fully njrnllhM' Oood 00.1lilian
year. D OLIVER LAHOI commarclal loll for ..,. attJJ.TOO.LOVILV en qult load and .t,**,. Canlralhill. aid location Mull .ba what
Cuitom tuirr OPP1RINOIndlvlduil or Mae on Main' It NI or iw REALTOR Nlc. ,.... Only UOO down Hid by J... I Will conildarnatoniM Here's your
Open far viewing 3 BRand h.mei re- llyln For You A,... Will anal bulldlno to wit 1 brdroem tvt 10"'.. spIll to qualified FHA bu,... .* othirl It would pay
2 bathi. Brand "..wwth stnictedIaaatlfally a Will pUmwO llvlne' arose Ion"" Mown bv appolnlmant 101f W. U.I. Auc. 'A ...." total Nw'iKtlon home loc.'" I. you to mvntlgato "bafor yau vacancy COSTS
eonitruetionrhroughout. *) Quality material C work'mwnhip any lime -low tlrma. M.mbat. Miiitltio" LlatlnAoaoclatU th* foil 'malta tha HIGHLAND I IR I batH tgroomi buy Coli PR J4I7..
superb t City llmlti. ONLY Hi.lSO willS Cholca .
wood** kit nolll bom"" SIP,
3819 NW 8 thA.v. A A community' you would, lit Call TOM W. 6R.ADV, PR Jllltor I. W. MaRdI'" Pastor Kailir 1700 DOWN. lOS MOVI IN. 3.5 ACRES YOU EVERY DAY
.. All' City onynlncnN proud to bIn HiDnlt. contact David' L. Huntir, Sr 0..11. Mayo IhirM Brant Just tti* loail, art In N W. loco-
I 1 1S" I. Maitesotn. II NI 21 SI.'TVRlf'W colon' lalyaat' HuGe I itory frama d badroem tJM DOWN IPP.. VI doling lion for a bMuilrul,, homo until it is rented:
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,. end Wait on NW :JtlllAva. .._..... ____ ...... horn with I llaaplnfl, porchii I* colt Only, / par mo, i.nrnaaIncludes Pionty, of trai and privacy, -
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Wt ..nnimntilitafoi Mil Ito OIM Iprlnt .Intanacllon catcd. at ltd NW S A oon.s. ONLY ta... 4 I.. "... I N... towns Juit oullldo IK*
lots *l loti. Itt alit on loll 6.000 wild 11,200 DOWN. IR I bath In N."h....,. Na>r City Limbo and on. putted
PR .- I SPEND CHRISTMAS IN npntllv homn. IMMIDIATI road Prim, ,li nallitlc In.vimoati IF RENT: YOUR LOSSIS
IbattttWsst N amuse. HIAT 3 bid,..", tlousa at ama OCCUPANCY. this fin proporty bat
JACKDEYOT I Hotly locatod M th* last Coil iandwaood iso lUll Il-h rniioetronn MA" AN 0,1t toro you buy Call FR 13417. : PER DAY IS:
Md *f PaW. latH ItrMt Forest Pines G..III., OWNI WILL CALL
two Motkl loirlfl If NW UHlAvami New Brick Homes "NANCI. ASSOCIATES

..,I.t".4! lrkrASSOCIATES. *.. IaSt.pho An Excellent Colored Neighborhood .378-1521 ). Prod Gin JayiM 'U""worth.al. Me par n*. .. 1J per day
J. W. Dads H. J. Wiltshire
John Merrill
I FoilorHalhti Multlplt Lltlln, IM par .... .. 11." par diy
WALTER STUBBSInc. *: AAyrtl:* Lailltor. CoSta -
Realtor wm I. (ItIllI Harrll.I Auoclal .... .O '
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I li 4 ....,001I11II11"- kllrtn Ed lu."., Aiioclal. lit par par .y
Roy Illli Chrl. Sl.n. i aqulprriMt'" can. Mat, V* no :-ra,, At :itt..sLwr.a: Ffr MULTIPlf, LISTING' FORDYCEFEATURES
IM par me. .. UN par lay
Immott HollowlY down ""on' PHA from 1700 PHONI ft I I4t4
down-ni doom'.. claN.C.pltal W3SOCtATISMASCELLA JWK
PAROI M5 par mo. .. Mil. par day
Phone 376.5394"We
t Ph.ae 172-2JI1 d"j lc, W H. BUCKHANNANVERNON
N.W 17th Ptaao alnafOPU PULWOOD 372-8404 IUIp.I'IOSO.sisipa? dav
I2S NW 11th St. trade houitt" House DAIUC.II Open All Day Saturday
I 571-flat 'P 17.7. FIVI BIDROOW9, two blthl, (lot HILLSIDE' 171 par "' HM pr day
llnod ond avallabla" ,In ona WMk. Location J or I bath trl,.,laval",
., EASY TO BUY Built nrons", dllpoill, ThIs charming I BR, I bath hams now conies I toe find I built'ltl' Ott001 I ...... C.II and I
In tOte ".,.y.rtacan .ba bought furnac. Ovariliod lot will cocoa,tact. l.e.II..1 torml with III pr me. ..13 par day
lor oily 11,000 down and nog playing" room for children 'low doom, ...,..-t. N. .....IIIy.I. .
COMPARE McCOY'S par month. Kitchen ,ll *ourop''t. pavad "'** city, tawan coivnrctidi .,. Call Pondyci 3'.1231. m pw ..... ll 00 pir day
Lovely yard Tha BUY of thay.ar Matcalta and Bltnoi SOUTH WilT
MACOMAHOMES at 111,000. oil now te Me. school dlltrlct' Drlva' by II OfNE 2.00 .... It. 4 lor I bolh luaoryItonna 191 pw mo. .. N.II par day
12lh T.rrc* Itnn call In tine .,1..,* ,Ixatlon.larga .
THESE HOME VALUES McCoy lu.ldan I IM lasS if Duvol CIa School) DID YOU KNOW? vi for damn ond appoint.3WNER Cloaitl' dallohttul' flroplac*. lino par .... ...17 par eliy
N!. Ith Av*. end N I. 25th Jf, m.nt. Florida room Only minOR andtarmi
BEFORE YOU BUY INC. Five Now Meionry HomolThreg That you can own this attractive IBR WANTS to. carry th* financing to wit. Call: Ptrdyc 174-
bedrooms I bolt CB .homa In 0>c.NI on thli maionry thro* 123f. 378-1411
tile both kitchen living dining CALL
THE 'JEFFERSON"Charmingly room, location for only" 1300 down ....,..... two bath hout fuel 'MAG'NI'
room and a large itoroge and utility room plus front and IM pr month* Corner lot around tho co,.., from FinlayIcnool A syarhllrl I be ........ .,.. toeulmoais
SAVE! porch, Built on a nice ilie lot complete with plants Ponced back yard hIts call Hardwood strip" floori, I"'". lab. 'low tsoOs.osrious TO PLACE YOUR
no" .. .... twnhads 01 tinanolng. 4
colonial' outildi, and lawn, oncloMd. oar.... fully twItted" II'.
Coil horns. Vou'li
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hit .toni li tin** win con. T.t.1 price Including cloilno. cost $9500.00 tllcnan ,It onrlwul cornar lot a 10' tan aniy, II .W:. Ciii Fan.dye. SUN RENTAL

BUY YOUR NEW HOME _,.,try Ionc.living. ,for. fricloui Nolle, tha coni will_ Dowfipeynunr only . . 350.00 UNIVERSITYREALTY with mant.TRANQUIL llvooak. tram and P0,0' 37'.I21. WANT ADS

.1"1001 work or.. wllh Monthly peymanti (Including !I.uranc.l (5.00 I lotting london matilvaKlrkwod FORDYCE
BEFORE DECEMBER 31 laundry kltchan, and pantry Finoncln. It local (ff10 tHAI suItes IrcaS an olOnOt .1'. it,
"0'." handy to th* wrvlca arc N. daIsy, lee MI end move right In, hone new home Gracious' mawiry roilo 1 ASSOCIATES INC.
AND SAVE YOUR tranci. Tlwri ara thro bad- IbIs Chrlitm.i. HIS N. Main It, PIt. 17J43JI >nco, cantral, host, four bio Oraei Fordyc. Raaltor IS Heu.ee let Sale
W M Munroe, RaaltorAmi rooml thro bltni tlrlplm, REAL ESTATE CONSULTANTS
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION lacllltla raomi with plui tu".II.o"two full clout tliid OPEN SUNDAY 2.10 PM TILL 5 PM I. I. McLaugnnn, frankRoby ...qu.' "..... mown by appolntmont Bit look Prancal Hough FOR SALE! BV OWNER

baths and t Mpirati drnilng: Cell Gould or V.Q. McCoy Roy McCarm T. C. 0..,. only' Sarah Gouldcn >tarvan BmtonO I I IR HauM, pmamlon by Jan.
Ia. J'. UN.00 DOWN and Milan will Oouidmt24 ...
PtttIRltSPOSffBttIRltttlttlItttmtfttllltTllt. ., 904 NW 14th Ave .... In the master mil*. It FR 6-7290 C Gay Dudley I. Owtwr will taka 2nd "'.
PHA doling' coin on altnr atho. W. UnlV. 174-U34'
lye toltowtn. an roalp for, I IR. t bait, 1351 down hM e formal living' room with Office loeofad at N. Maim St. end 23rd Bltd.It's TAXI UP PAYMeNTS o. del.I pay.. two ... ,nom .homm ant lilocatad __ _. a.ga. .171M4 *r we el III NI
""...IICY. 174 me.Lirga taparat dining' room plus lath "horn al Iloi NI mhTr. ,In NW and th* othar IE. 10th tt..AIA
family room with e flraplac.nd Clou' to Khooli md "'... You hav* cholc* of conilructlon, PARRISHiPRESENTS block. I BR. I bath' ire.MM .
comfortablo' homo far baautlful chrry panfainu.I ping canlar in-toa aflar I.I ..bum colliog. panaia* Ua
block' frnn New Itova *nd .
t7U !.W. 15th or t tntrlgarator ,..
Way largo family 4 IR, 4dlnati VIa "L" ahip. of Ito houw 'leg 4 family room with "
( Club op..iltinernam, wllh III ottichod two cir .*. ITORV COLONIAL Horn I.NI In In otto houio ...ice, I... tanced-ln, back yard
Country littail = b
= Furnllur
t RR mown iltclian. Ill can purchaiadIn we.louD .
4 IR. ri bats. .... Fli.rm. ,_ and near patio will on, 12000 _0-. Call FR t-HII I bolh *t a tory roaionablot bum In tllchatO. WHO er
*. Mroanad porch.' BR i
hi ond additIOnal, on'.,. kitchen. I" lath rnakt t dillghtful place tollv ..2oaat drlv by al NI itt It :our*. You can't go wrong |,
down complataly .. Fun Christmas
S tlnmant' ana.. many "kl. To Shop for OOS.'O prr month latalp.tmltts. WESTMORLAND Almost now brick' THHiB baboonlamn" ''''m.located .
air condltlonad all .
S Dry ,.."' ,... Vary *>cluilvaiMtlon 4401 HV 17th PI. Put Itt... onyour 'I front ftomi wllh KKloMd hatidiwlmmlng *n tare comr W. llceliant
built In THESE
I sHoe ,.. and 01W| ulIon.wontl.,1u ENJOY Hit I pool on oltractlv land .. ..llIhllo'_ OOOstoHoanthe
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opportunity for nit roamingMemlter > balhi, whiM" and) -... PMtlnofwlrw 4
.." Will dlmmtnr The ChamlnoRAHCHO FEATURES Kipod lot I bKlrooml 1
par J. W.
....... mad ltvitmant Oar built hi tltchM unit. Now PHAfinancing The J_ '--_.
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flnmclil 'n.. bual.a.o, or--'Y Let as CRXNDEI a Cantral Naata .. 1)1 "01
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minti) inaimatatp' 130' a '--" at I A'.C.' ....,,,.... KIRKPATRICK5.altnr ,
% ott,canal nh .OrsrantV ".... bodroomt I .."'.. itvdy, a Bunt.in KitchMPMCM WESTWOOO AREA 4 bKlrooml MAIlS UI AN OP'IH fanead lIlt.

I IBOON.WZSthPI. 5It5ltlIl5ltlleOIlIOtfa51A family room living room, dining a YardPlraolac II N. Main' .,. Phono PR 11404ASSOCIATE" I''* bathi. lorga living, room withMrinlaca bath lIp room yard,t carton IR. I let bath.... hat
room. Mk parouot tloordrapai a ,
wall .
wall to caroallngIn
I BR" t bathi. MM ....., Sill .... I an,*, air calM. pool mimbir.ihlp
"'.Iu. IM,00e 10'% ButlerBrothers In I IS. I bath CCI Santa Ploys Mathlatun ,Iran lunnll dining' and living, room wllhMparata
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Dawn.'a loeatad wan Knooll Mull tollImmadlataly Cart A. w Cans'. USN Rat. I iluttY anti 'lovoly, family cabins, many ....... FR (47U.t .
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paymint. May >an ol I itory homo on on acre lot
Hope "fLANNIMU TO IUILD" ,, ton NI Rite DAmPer
: -r. ppalntmmt, call FRED IAROE FAMILY Juit bIns horn. 36 Cettifei fan Sale
1fIIkI'V."H" Inc.W $lb.ANISEE1O I I lbodnnamslbathhtamniiyn000',
Let en labia
ui give; you ARNOLD
( !? \uI Trade Homes flroplara III living room. Canlrilhaal. !I I UNUSUAL Cozy baeutituily turn,
mote en contracting you REALTOR Nlcoly landKiprt lot Incilltnt 5t. I rm. ",,_. Kroinad porch
\1t L1W or Property new'' cuitam home, waillld Wcatlon, |II I carport on fwcad 3 acr* .$imu.o.tt.emL'osOa .
Call Gerald arV, O McCoy Builders I 07S'S4l$77t50
"z7r- ALL OUR HOMEI ARE 'HONI 313tiP0 WIMIERLV' ESTATE Amnt flaw ]
OPEN FOR YOU TO ENJOY Day FR 67290N.teFR650IJof It appolntmont to 1M thIs ) bid- I badraom 1 bath conlrally .hoal.od I 19 Out .f Tewn PreMrtT
shINS' ANYTIME IP room hatro with hardwood flows and air" condltlonad .horn on I
YOU WILL JUIT CALL. and Florida room on .bwulllullylndicipM laroo 100 2W lot. Built Inkltchm
.1 H.m. lulldiroAnotlitloR "21 II. IIh lUll' 6-4502 EXCITING lot Prlctd at 113,000 'It:. I I Icdroom* and *.e bath, bautllul
of Oilnoivllle pi oust at ri ."nuo PUlse lotnod it YEAR END SALE with MOO down pavmant and M) lot, IW 0 W nlc neighborhood,.
N. Main' Itroot and tlrd llv' *). par month to oualltM CIA buyr. BLACK AC"IS Traditional I bad- I In High .. flnanclnf snail.ibIs.
room. I bath homo wllh living tar Ot.otnhSALPH
1965MODELS I room, ..p.r.l. dining' room family I I 1:51..1011.; ?. lb MoCivic.
OF NEW HOMES UNDER IMOM room with flroplica, eltracOlus Act Tnl'tTlIn
: I bodroomi, i boihi. IOS 5 140 built In kitchm. CmlrH ..**,.
i! I foot lot. PancM back Y" I.w. 40 luilneie rrep.rtl..l
INVILLAGE I UNIVERSITY ACRES New Wait-
location Cantral' hut wllh awn.Ing

wlndowl, and Intulltid attic ,aids rntrklad wMlvlllon... al anna' WILL' BUILD' and I...* te **

I MOVE IN BEFORE JAN. 1 1st FEATURING : I Pivot Jill today itrMt tor annaithnOnt.INVIOTMIN paid, for .Call loll llmlti from,Pao.d thul 1100000..1.NO** CITY Oullitto TAXIs.Lola city I: your.,..*.MMClflMllani fanant e IWW*n R attica.P MnadM t*

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I 100 100 I ? PROPERTTLttrant
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from tow of HUM I bad- M.M.PARRISH
::9 B. Eligible for Homestead 'neon ........ halt. pip far teof. I I :

Exemption a 0 Top N.W. Location I GREEN arty. ,In, good w. lOsoo fvlur 000 Usisinaso pyicad; .Ia.oatlnns at. I IASSC'C'4US. JTJJUiGOOD BUY

;jf LIMITED NUMBER OF HOMESNo 110.500 and another" .t 111.30. l3t* I UV 000.d e. WMdvtul -
R S G.E. Built-ins I Extension Call u. tat '...I.'m..'. tpponwiny Mr e Oboe
INC. r000nIn5 ....... eaod Sonar'
FHA Qualifying ARNOLD 4. Wivno Hill Him Oraham Inlaid tar BuilnoM, praoarty 0?
I Premium ConstructionS Carolyn., Poolur. Mary Prrllh I Univ. A... It mwmted. cell
ROALTY, COMPANYMotoie I N* PaSO I S7H3sIY _Norwood Hop*. fftJKIlj .

3 & 4 Bedroom Homes, All City Conveniences. S Schools Featuring Genera! Hit W. U.,..LI'Av"*.. Mambo iniHIAitocKtn OWNCR 41ft. I III"'. 4011I 42 ,emg t> Acr.... .
j..t* Caldmll, |I I NW II Woe Wntmorland Avail'
G.E. I Electric Kit c h t n. Jim Uwpoard loft Kalkntanwaltar OSlo on alwrt notK. *. Ttrrafil
Built-ins. Terms To Suit Your
P Budget. : I Homes priced from lIMOarit Jlirinv Ontnt I I uvn. Call PR .mi for Snot.1ii'4c I 43. acm. .broonago.wash. on". industrial' :Man'hwy. ,

:; ? BETTER $15.300 $18.275. I
C.4.tlltasownst eiiel meet II ecrai *f 0ln .llte

HUGH EDWARDS INC. 376-7971 Payments from $100 luKvrioul e ertmant Bmle'iHf I acr* with NvMie twuM ..I. elOaUMtviii

a month' up. YOUNG *
V' HURRY AMERICAHOMIS rroo7nfa LAKESHOREjr MARY MOELLER. REALTOR;:

; N.C. 15th STREET wd 2Sth AVI. I 'Illf W. Unhr. Av*. P It....'.,
6 have fireplaces paneled I ;.i TOWERS a.Mnvlll. PI It.

family rooms 2 : 1-/1 sans "..... OlIO witH bluabilsac.
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:1 4 ); : : )j )jaaaJ"' Only a few full baths with' Indirect NOW LEASING -

.- lighting central Attwn. I .cnoo willi I pinto ..I".
-- homes left I 540,015.' ...Ic..
ducted Heat, Italian
tal acro. with, l" cabi" ..
Attention Sft Buy Now To terrauo floors. MARY MOELLER, REAL TOR
Veterans
111* W. Unhr. Av*. PR ..4471PI
.t f QUALIFY FOR 1965 HOMESTEAD eaboo.soluo., *

SEE OUR NEWLY I. oc_ fotcod. I ....It. os acne
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:i YOU CAN MOVE IN BEFORE JAN. 1ST! FURNISHED MODEL 'OUVCI S AOSCCIAT55.*. 'NC.UALTO .

moo W. 5jtv. 1741016I

: S NO MONEY DOWN VA I' le ACRII et term ,last PO,1,;;.
We have several completed homes which will be 51.I .
eligible for home I Ort.,. north en Main -...**, call 471-NU altar w

: stead exemption If they can be occupied before the 1st. FHA FROM $400 DOWN I or NW I3ih St.basIl to J9th I toNI PM.* tract Canto* be keuftt Hit.acr .
Ave, Turn rkjht

I MONTHLY PAYMENTS FROM I 15th St. turn rlo" $ la #: CLOSE IN

: These homes range In price from $12,800 to $17,800 (In lieuthl wotch for YOUNOAMlRlCAriOMHi'onep I 605 seam Hn.oood pasuoo

:: most different sixes. Monthly payments from $74.74 to 75.16 knt. MODELS AT N. t .55uRr FUTURES sntsLUL ,..eonse acose to stumse 5e NoessaJo. noonsH.

.. $109. 15th St. and JOth ... Swimmi**) reel C Recreetlee teem ", oc M._.pcoo'Oaadpsan.rnnoClii

Phone 372-7070. e Acr.i d eicnw Gcoaads C Ceetrvl Heat .131.

Ceetrel Aw Ceerf. C Leondry FeeMitieeI GOody Sm.It. Iltnr/

fYcu will have the benefits' of all city services large lots. and the experience Steraf e Uclieri Gwteee Draa> Ckntat -,12iWJJnlnnr.may 4q.
Sales Office at N.W. 16th A,.. Open Doily 10.6 Pined PooH.q AreM Ljkte4 i.d'e.elk 4S C. ereel
of Gainesville's, oldest and most successful builder. Come out _ 1 Ierto! PreeMrtf

today and let's see If we can't make this finest Christmas with end N.W. 39th Terr. -II '011I 101' .
your PHONE 376-4456 I __ .1 .. .. .
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a brand new home by Kirkpatnck & Pier son. YOUNGAMERICA porno.ap
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Butler Brothers Builders 124 HOT Sw...e> ;;O:1..esee "

HIGHLAND COURT MANOR SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY

,1304 S.W. lit H. U t HWT. 441 -II.
Deity 372-9545 Nijht' 376-9043 eel t watson "'".
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J74-/17. o17 300 NW 30110 Tor*, 4.7015 or S.. 00.. IllS psr P5ooi PS I car, llghled. diner. t I.tre &'- In good thene. :': ; :1510. PR 5.401 ..... CASH
fronuormere vlllog Aoulrlumw. loIn. 5.5 Loodt wood-M SRI. M MM WMTIe. ,
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m Menon kiM 55250 kitchen' ,_ rMIe, hoot.or
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2" :;:. PR nut. too or coIl lila 4 M 1024 Nl H7I. PR M""7, Mike Hort >
till Place, PIP.IWOOO tor en.omount 172-3911 "'II. 370011 PrIdoy.FOONIIN END
LEASE Merry new I ...,.. FOR STORE k WARIHOUIIpan. : !
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NOW RENTING "n"n." Very nlc* location Perfect _1I1on. Tw ton equewhite. ...__, I*. new. Paul, PR

1 I COLORID eltre modem I IR Mops .m Hnt ucilon, only e tow ".70. 5. lacleosi' O..ItI Ml. 317073 4* 70 iMtk'-MwiM ...i.. M4M or PR eUU.nllei VolknrogM wm Unroot,
opoi Iliniilt, lorgo Mvlng *ndM *lv* t. Me. Center, Unlv. *r 1061 fO.D RANCH WAHOO AIwtd4.l5 1171 coulty toko ew M pay.
"lfttnt *... *040770 1dIeoo ."7017 *"ei>lrg| welting dl..*nc* ., UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY OOLP CLUII' complete. 11.wiiem u"HP pIJT1OAl3MOf5'1'3I Ir.oIL,015.I500 IMfltl of ULa _' '" Will I Clearance
llom k Jr ...... i. Pour wood* I I r era.leeKior trade oovlty. IW HI 'ltn IIrMI .
57o 7700517570555505.55025 Hloh .. I
$437.35 .XCLUSIVI T. COUNTY .keg, MMM Ihot "pot M.. gr trod tor tmoller motor. emt ownor IUM' now, wIll,
floor tile botht epoc he* me. Phone 41)1177 I can meet DIIU'IIUTO"' come eoi.erl Phono J74-HJ4. 372-6S70 .MI tor _I. coii mwaItW mAli Ml Inder: MuSS
or end not wetor neater. focHIpevod yeu on _1_ T..... ---
Then, k Very Itos0 lsCursd Mil now. It IM C.II.* CM ol Christmas
.OOSS 0577 *2550705 *74 ..,. win olertlng =::: Mediantcol ELECTRIC TRAIN IMl Accordion PIVMOUTHirmimlMien. ..litAI.....
: ttroon. 5.. *t::l MthYer. -'II ,,, or Mm eockground twc* Dot ',. CrulMlro' Sill eocond- Tl Muoltol 101... ....*.$>. 4.500.00.. Ooed con- WcMust'Movo
or (SIt tor *$ 17) 'OIlDYCI onut Mooos .? 77070. .* hon*) Wedding Rlngi' $U, 1411IW 104.. UI4I. MUST SILL 1555 eIlIm.. "' .... I
jll" Of' pt.""' 4 ASSOCIATES. INCo ry.NUMPHRir Mm *05. PR 04IN. __ __ A UAUTIFUL (111145'S old.V7a175, 371-55* _tIwo. ..... C. 51 557 I

fit W. Uo"RIALTOS. INC4 I loader In GAS WALL PURNACI WI'" 5 045 and onossbn $5554. 'U PONTIAC Straltt S. $01, '55CHEVY. noncod. Call PR 'G1*
45 Fymliri4 ApM.Vacant 1I.1ItH.CI AIrcraft end Mllllle Indue- OIL CIRCULATIN9 HEATh tor lilt' ... Coll PR 4.55* '51 CHIVY. 1110' 'OJ tl IUNIIAM wilt >.rd engln, Those

I...IR. "heuM. Hove, NI,,,. try 500.0550 515 -.11I 376-I 55$ UP-RIOMT 11I_ Very goool Condi- PONTIAC llrtlght t, ...1. tit **.lng mtllM will b* I ISO UP TO 300 I
CLEAtS 5700 room .p' for ....n. .lId... $,. 01..v SrOonOnUr .... 5.isolIv5 5,550. blIuStry. Hen, IIS*. I70.M1XSo JS ". AI' Kerdon Ssrl... ilL lunMom TIOIRt droavotlr "
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J.... II Ml month willturn. .1. JII .1 lilt I'. PIoo.. LAROI POOL TAILI POR SALI. IRE TI "'( ..iILAHTOII Mult Mil now. Call PR 5-15*
PR at l9l8NE7thStSPINET YOU SAY Cars.
1414 NW M Plat*. CiA .sm 4PM. HOM 5 VMT con .be reettMd ky .,. 'I
PR J-7344 tor .pt. I .... 1 .50.10. 50It..jjii, the dlirrlkuror eppolnlM1 to ro*> Phone FR 2-5120 ORGAN Auto i.m INS$. Woo MerCKHo IMI IN IL Rood.tr MOO500AND

rwi .. 5045.. .100, ...... IS' I. Unlv. A... P101011 I'WIltI reoent Nvmphrey "In thlt *ree.AddroM GO-KART. oeM 50 10 .... 0004.SIN 5.0 I opmot ereokDONT HWY 441, Norm ton> *. car new*r pom motorcycl. end-Urns.n ,trd will*. .;
..... ..... 163. I. Uol. A.. I ''''' !!I.I I. on .kwilrlM t* loulhoeilntirket y71 541. 5004$ 50 Stroltas =: 101_. High. lerlngi. 4M-I44I. Phone ITHMe.KARMANMGHIA. 61 Cadillac.Sdon .
" COM 17550252.1ij.,4.o motor. Mm imie ....'. cnrlit.mM 0l 0011 piyIOsf t. = -- I
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I 4' Roomi > "' Development (SOP. lullS 5 41 CHIVY 40* l-dner impelo M 1964AC DRIVE air COIIdIIIflSd52
AportmentiOn w Rest UI4 Atlantic COM Lin 5740Jscb.oIiis ., happyl ITMJtl otter 4.HOLIDAY 04150Y 1 MuSIC CD. iprod .Irenimliuon. tuck.I .
*nd two bedroom furn- Pie. :n2Glo or toll.1110I TURKIY I '..I.m.int Con'" MOII PI 4 pi eneollont condklion RAIl, .boIls, reclining MO!. $2595 ,
.1_ end unrumlthed .0" PURNISHID ROOM IV bltckl ,. Arnold ., _">4.Reeleuront 41 conli Ik' II,M dronedOoiiverod JI..t.o I ..-. Cell PR INN all.Sr PR 4-MH oner I end wookendi.tfj :

....."Ie kitchen a. hooting C'fnni e.m_ m. IW 1.1 AnN. with bar fully ooulp.pM HO tuerk BUY A 4 PM IIMCA, OKlM M *>celinndiHon : I '60 Cadillac
.alp conditioning iwlmmlnfpool !!_III-13M. MIt. 'ucIonlt .. .. fine c,......... IncludM realoitoto 1.74117, 0110070. mull Mil IH4 4 pricticaih. new tirprico HOME IN
one block from PKYongo CLEAN coonao40p, .Inolo wilts hwy fronloge plenty ISO Tvslot.: 51. 4. 00lnss> "501 P HAMMONDORGAN "DNTlI'C .ONNIV'UI H. .. *) for .uh. Mil. CillrtU 315' Sdon air conditioned.
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: IchooL Prom IIM pormonth. 1 _III. 1770101. $577 .quIlt $5104."too of palO.... An enueually fine Hit.WONDIRPUL ot to* ....... loaded with outre*. ..,. '
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...*..* your howl Corner 1 5, Bl IW 13th It 51o 550$ ? Phone J7..0.M. .001 5001, 0a111 **..*"... VW STATION WAOON Will : $1995
I W. 14th Avenue mood MARY LLER7R1AlT R PR ..- tlterTp M. .
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QUO I.'. sod one emoH room for Mil or trod* AM ItM VW A NEW CAR
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Terror :374-4454 I working *100. A..... to Miewort lOll W. Unlv. A_ PS ...,. COMPAC needl attention oewlng Mechlne.ill u u U...violin -. FOR CHRISTMAS Ittt CHIV II Cony J17 engine.PMltrtctlM CAN In bran. now condition.CoH '59 Cadillac

NEWLY DECORAtED APT!. CetIM Sod F. nto04",* .IHI .1..111. PlL bow end COM, good pnylngcond SubS" SOUlS power I 17141SJ.IT Sdan

ohtaontl end couplM with. 1 .1115. .euimeM epgortunlty' ., J5. PR OJI7I.IOY BUY IT FOR A LIFETIME| glide en Boer, R k H, hew rvoker I II
..) children preferred CHI New SlICE ",,1.1 horn ,. no.0*. itgdonl.Of ; Ic?. of Sod with en HteMlih.ed I 17 >M ectuol mlln can ...t.IIt.*iI.. W.nl.1 $1495
<7 .nti arm SAL. 5512,00. 11 p.2lcoirdosd M MOMI 050.5550177517mm trtd SEEBARKLEYNOW
berry or builnoii porMn Mnor wring kutlnMl ..", Ice otelwn em.cltrvi end tinonc Cell VI-MM
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EFFICIENCY APTS. .11 Ino trg .vtlloM*. grevo room for trailer' ...,.... S.toadorw A..... bArs.ry IORRYI No mod Hatnmendl.Over : CAPS. WANIIO i ..OM Ponnt 57 Cadillac
5555.0.A00sns0 Pioooo f. AiOa3.CORNOS court "' ..Ian. All far .eulrt lot* Iorio". 4IJ.'HI.r good. Mod orgonkTtwM $50 *dr. Molts ""*._ Al MKKMI lorv
0002llOiO. 454 34, ROOM. ronI wi", 1504 .....''do' 015110 Stood. III srI trod .Its V-l tttndord ohilt' radK dwotori Ice Motion, tie II 4tn 50. Ftwd. air cnndltlontd.
lady IIv'no' 511111. loRd ......... tree*, lellln duo I* Dlnenowner. of "I pool. ,..... I CUM "belli, Wurlllior (Ilk. Riot iivo VM.loidwin 4 new WW 11_ Ills -
{TUDENT..I ... ond ..mean.cl 0500010000151400. MARKHAMe, MclntMK 111. leert Moped ......?, Ml II vMn old v. price.AIM ,_1770505 44Mll 4'M to I M P>,M. WANTED $695
evollobt tor m>t trim* lorn for '111IIo Phone 17I-7M
... Pie.VIRV. I Lowry 0000155020
r ..... ........ 371-0455 .0.770 P M. PR WO" otter I PM _ Thomei ambranien, KImball. CHIVROLIT' Weoon 'U very Clean und car Call
...Iy for ....... _"" .'Ian. CLIAM WARM, AND QUIlT roomwith IUCCISSPUL IINCLAIRMotion i"i 4 HOMILITI Conn. low rnllep Mill DM wrrnty' Bob Adamt FR 2-7128 I '64 Olds
Inotory .In NW loction tar far lone Mm 11 lni.l.clii MW with Mtrt Tik* u* poymontl. PR | IMl _
ID.NOW! I III APT Stroll ituowt. C_. I* unl" 17*. hole. ovtllakl Call PR "bar, far "''L Will toll IIM or ERNIE TARTLER REP, 4HI NW lilt T..,. 98" Spot 10\1III. acanditlnncd ,
ilr-condltlened. Ill" .betht. ...... OK* *.copt .... S1\7 trill for ci?. Coll 444-illt.' MICKINMORI Aton MuSIC! Co., Inc.. I 63 Mercury I
,n 0101... moderrt fumltur Only Ipso. Ill IW SrI Avo III II IXCITIN IMl MODELS '
I nlrwtM' Orson Unlvnlty. "l I MALI STUDENTs IN VILLAOI S-5J 2-Door Hnrdtop. Fully
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: eovth. i imo No children' *r ceti. gtl EoOrs ..'. sons In *10100 ..*.... 4 I W..... .. Roy A.. _.". HI log_wltkenocnmento. Peehjrlng lonorM Ilectrl' Kit<..- I *qulppt d. Factory air I $3995,
Mahogany e. THIEl .oaPW Ill ....._ 11ISIS. .
Call I7e-74il 0 375.0502.iioous Ebb t* Unlv Includn Iwndryml .
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horn cooked .....1.. wIll WANT"TO "kuy grown "MI. poodle OIM. lowing .eoncn. 171. Pnon '- .. 0.511011 0 I t N p00714 towns 510,5 condlt'onlnq. I Olds
(II*. rm.. ... kIt< "kith) hold' tor ntxt ,*....?. C .n> N r Ptmoronlen, Phon 44M40I ITTOIM"UNBILIIVIARLI". ..$. Call $75-tUE ails 1:35, 505,713.month 5 Ptymentt.. YOUNG from SIlO t : 2895 62
.funtlihee >pt. ,.. ItMt, ._ duclv I* quot' Itvdylng loeorot 040511 TYPI loll ........ PM.SPICIAI.. HOMII kov A"'U'CA, "98" MJdan fl'r! tondl,
COINS WANIIO llrepleceo
>ibis' rent dulh only no pert.MODIRN !'. ..... '.! .II J'..." '. II con" 5114 $5 panelrdfamily i I
'41' NO 3105 50. -!. All U.I. end foreign SIlos CHMI1TMAI IAV1N4Ipttnimtftti _.. I full bolhl with' 1965 -- I lItrdd
: 1701a101PR .5 .11 Nors40aVlltS baIrd Indirect. Hgnnng control
dellon proof MM end ml tvcted I
tooth SpIlt Irvll 1 bM- 50 Mobil Ham*. holt deltere 3-0)15. antI 5000.040.DERDA ...... Helen terrene neert, lf| Oldsmobile $229S.
room opt Air contf, C,... to C._ mill STAMP k COIN IHOPMO MUSIC Co. OUR NIWLY PURNIIHID' MOD.IL 1 "18' 4-Dror Hardtop.
put IIM: ptr *.. IU4 NW Jr.. PI.., '11 MODEL LIKE NEW I IR W UnrvenHv COO. H.. Ml* k their" Sb '5. PHIrermroek.rl m N. 11.15" 575.4775. Drive th on Mem It. orNW I FORDS Fully qulppd Including 62 Olds
*pt. 41. m hit. TRA'LI.' IIJ ..... 101,1.4.. ... 111. U.... *IOC. ItevMII ** 13th It, t* lent Avo. Turn
_'or. ,114 Nil_11rI 51I .." .4 HgimhaU fteW M up, cl_.",. Hetrt 111up. CLOSI$00. Cham Out IM of mooM IkiMi -lmot IWMO right. leeit) re NI. ism it. I $olrCDHrillinool "$$" hardtop trlan.
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ApN.I Preo 50117071WILLIAMS W.lnut or AloMgany.lllllonlMuilc" turn Mglit Iwuthl wMrh tor READY $2795
31 loll.... .*...... I''I-.w.( ;CHun.-D.n IUV.CI. CENTER IMr YOUNG AMERICA"' HOMII lien $2095
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Cloul .....nII.. dingo 4 NI,,.. IKAILER SPACE SOsI ITOOL.WI'.D"O"5001. yls II'H.550. MCCUI.IOCH CHAIN SAW now $0. .nII 35110 Av.. ......* 311.74* TO '62 Old.

''fum. Con. olr" ...... A hut. ins POR RENT D'HETT'' sn 1.-A .... 4 ... 5004 0504. Mrars 1705 '.1.. Open Dairy, I*.* 63 Chrysler
0.7701.. :tUi |w I4ID Av.. PtwwT M MONTH In 1Nf. 1:110: SE Ur' Ayo 11. IJI N. 101" Ac, YOUNG AMIRICA' HOMES I DELIVER 300" 4-Door Hardtop "IB* **do .
17HUI. Ncwborry Trollor Pork, 172*. S., My.ro lor .ltoP Toot.

:47 H._ fop Rent Fsrs.7H0EETh.droom3'lj. 000.17707. 'L, WAIHIR. completely ,.,...., IIk WOOD 1700 SALE ... ... dollosoy5U.raOOlSOOd II M"cl" $005504M0MbAC17PICrIvbl2Yvr9 Alr- onrtlticmlna $1995

SNA W." *oJ T. RM. eld, Apt.blr' styli Hoover i. Pew. r= Phono. 11011501015.PR |"'". '65 DODGES $2895 '60 Oldsl.9850 -::

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turnunod homo. CCI. patIo, Ci,. WANTE3 TO UNT A GARAGE tot IIU TV _... U ilngle lleck II DON'T DELAY -- sedan 0""" candl
.. nn Puce, douDio. ....... HIM kN.jimVovM ton irwetiMikal cond. In otter I ,
port '.. conwr lot "... ,. .. complete
THAT CAPS .1 LOCK'D. ,.... 62 Chevrolet
_. Solo: or M* *t IM1 NW 3itB PI.... PHONE 37170477 MOVING MUST ,ILLREFRIGERATOR. 41* NW III Aol --* !7>im. y,./ 50.000 Mil. Stl !M TODAYSHAW '"". .

SANTA M l.... LMO front I I $15.m ) ITOPl USED TRIUMPH W,_nty i Bl Air 4-Door Sdan. 6Cvllndfr $1395
IK "houtot .1... kit. otroxwlporch WANT. Ie p5.00 pastue. SOP 55 Ie '01 0 Pl.v.t III, 1717)7 Spend Ihot ChriitmM money .. onUP LIKE MfW CONDITION automatic tron*. :
0111710 In 5094105 hIlt s5 c..atly.Royr ..... *. tor HE' W_. 52. 1 S1 SOl ... 171.OM4.
modom, c,..... Couplo, ir*. PR }'IOfI. RIUPHOLITIRIU IAHAMA ) Retrlg. 111 upl Dryer 141Wl ill THE"DODGE mliifon, pow r .,...Ing, '59 Olds I

..torroofnont OP. H371I lounge book COM, modern welnulchine ... I..rt apsllocs, "PO". A.1 HONDA lU CC clwop trniportotlon > radio h.at.r.
I III 5looi to&rnI.ll.4. III. kllclo.In 52 ...,4.-. Wmr.*) ubinet, cniln, m.pi Met. HANDYMAN. SHOP P0 40501 1.l .4 modelPhon BOYS"AT I II SRI wdan :
""h, 01.. trsnl.qs on room SuIt, enlloun mahogany J76-J758 I & $15'9564"'hic"k
L.bs Santa ,.. ,...... 170 1. ROOM AND 50550CCo.oI 1 bedroom SoIl *ntlu ) chin c.*> WANT TO kuy .... model viedretrlgeratort. $795 :
$101. P51-Sit.. 7701000.. "Id ..", Ice, .10001 15.5. ....,, new proued gleM punch cepllonoily High MOTOR llcyclo 101... Iron whoridrlv
... CUM end other krk-e-krec. Nearly trodee.1 new glvon. *. onceilont trwnpertollon POOLEGABLEMOTORS I
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SW 2nd
Win..... II *11.. Iran GoinwVIII AV. PR 4-em.
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Por Intormotlon pnono 475-1424. 51 OttK-Dnk Spac.spact. 0. I. .... one relrlg. Toke uf oymentg 537 17 me. *.a- I 231 W. UitlvtrtltyMont Wagon 9-Paiengr. Fully $295 :
LIbS Naw .,11 ..... lit II. 1ST AVI.
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bANGS t m "t0o./.., furnl.OM us "' lie SINGERSLANT.OMATIC
pa. *...,... Call PS 3507$ .-.I n"f: l"'illl Call 17MUI NOW IOU MOFED 00011771014 172.4141 FR 6-5371 condlllnnlna :
2020 HW tI" SO. 57 Olds
_51tdcotoptottt4. C.II J1to 05? 1510. PrIos $040. S's II I _
*?0> or m 104. l-A-d APPIIANCIJ. SIll NW 30170 5', "- -- -- .. $37506r I :
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48 H..... for Root U.,.,.. OFFICE 517 ACE AVA'lAlL'_ end OuaronloMof ;
mm with out ott i. MekM" kuf.tonnoiee SIIda"$39Sontd.
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1olO .... (.10 50 ISOIlSO, IIH'' 0 Range from Ht k* MWI *n .kuttone, kiln
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HIS MW 1.... Av rant Untdrt *lm I .olr. > t DunwatMrt from If* wM IV. Sais, Dol. Salna.oll00." NAWRI-POSRS MOTOR co. Itftrlno. irnmatltronimiitian Harrlteo rotip*.
I IR. I ....... Good condition* ..... and en* lvolr, hMimg TV...* from 111 w 05. NIH MIINOL, mrllo h...?.?, I
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conditioning JIM VOVLII Cl 3115345 PICKUPS & VANS
.rs mo. Av.lI.bl. .nd of Doc. porung. II.w. ...11...... 41* NW trh AvPh. 171 IMl UPHOitllR* >2575

II N.K'.K"I'T.ICK Mills, 35 REALTY 17. f.14OI "...... Norwood Nope PR .!JIII. CLEAN veed rotrlgorater l.r Chairi, low low M IS u f*. por N. rnonm menoydown IS .u.... II.. Ill .eI.I$05CHEVY340 '56 OldsHarding :

'or .....1' t bedroom vnhlrnlihoil' SRCURIIV ,UII DING ...*. *lM |tove froerert k waih- Pros MtMiaiet, nctue en* aIhntry ONLY :
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lltn .....$, OilnMvlll*.l IN IOJ NW far Otlk Ipoc Air _. 07011. _110I..... CoH PR ...... ( ) PHen 311501... new tire, krMoo, rework.od $150 :
_tn Av.llM. tor sf0."... porting JonllorMrvtel engine' cioon' Interior now 4-Door Sedan JtondartJtrantmlKlnn
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54 MINIS .."t..* Hardtop,
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tor rent or tor MI,*. Oil 400.I$71 'IMPALA W. 17$. UH MM -- $895
FAR SALE O(5EIf'I11,; HENDRIX
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con onloy "..110I.I .
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Irovolo. hwy et Molrooo' .OvlldIn FURNITURE CO 4045. too OlIO GAS lANAI, lod '
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mo toil NW ::1ft. A>? rnteurini, ....11 ...... On HI N cempwt*. HI *MnWIICOR .> I Cylinder. tin or keel *nr.
Plot in-tai. 174smTHRU ,.... lot. Phono '7milPOP REFRIGERATOROood 0". IIiOSIN tsr _...... 7lr sIla IPX.'M V-R Sfrtndatd 5'snoyIS.' \odnl\ :
.. rvmlng cond. He.1OT P0001555, 1'7505 Rd. PR 50111 Coil 17 THAN 0 DINA r riCK-UPJ 4V VAN) lion purlin, hrttpr
b.drooobattti.oolunol,5 1 !I lUll 10.001 04. II. ltr 'CCON.500dt710I* :
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ARNOLD REALTY HOI pir Ins Coll Herinoil. Hay IIOROOM-trlple 0,115 one 1051115. M551'OOOIiIOO"' Phon Mjfll*. TROPICAL PONTIAC :
m, PR 4-MI or I. f. Mlnll, 4700. 011770, I".. _. Spa,.. tt*. coil oner 4 P.M. PRMI45 61 Ford
m-ua I PR 4-nSI. .... -.. Mack Ir. FORD 1'1 "Rend" wogonT *oeddltwn. "
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COLOREDRENTALS ANTIQUI 100. Alee monotony erm choir chine, Mror doeot Ras.s..usd 5.3111 p05550 tevUri bawl*', '62 Falcon

on* exo ell good _Ulan. Poof .... No onochmont need.M > Station wOO"" .
told NW M Pt. J44WHAVING PorMn WHO good Or**,t !*>. 1795
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15,55. 00* p101 sold .... / $fnIsoi" 051005'
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