Gainesville sun
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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 17, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
daily (except saturday)[ former june 24, 1963-aug. 19, 1966]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: 87th year, no. 302 (June 24, 1963)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Two different issues both called vol. 121, no. 181 were published Jan. 3, 1997 covering the college football 1996 national championship team.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000098505
oclc - 01446379
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System ID: UF00079931:00252
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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Not 'Front9 _for Florida Power Says Alachua Firm


By NORM La COE, Sun Staff Writer one hand, and Alachua Utilitiesand to serve eight square miles i l having Its permit revoked, the
Alachua County Utilities Inc., the suburban Gainesville Florida Power on the oth- directly west of Gainesville, City started putting In pipes,
firm which has borrowed $150,000 from Florida Power er, to serve the rapidly-growing<< Special Repo.one Including: the Interchange of and now has extended waterlines
I Corporation and which may borrow $200,000 more, is nota Gainesville west suburbs. I 7S and Newberry Road, to the Interchange.
front for the power company, the utilities firm president Here Is how the problem which Is destined for commercial The next move was filing of
said Wednesday. grew: development the mortgage deed with the
David B. Smith, Gainesville engineer, said Alachua About 18 months ago, the City quarter acres. Including county roads to serve a new Alachua County Utilities also circuit clerk In Alachua County
County Utilities has only one agreement with Florida of Gainesville decided not to plant facilities, these were assessed area, the Idylwlld section south obtained permission from the courthouse.
Power, which is to repay the extend service to the new Coun- for tax purposes this of town. State Road Department to lay On one hand, Florida Power
loan. try Club Estates on Williston year at 121000. No personal This brought the firm's servo pipes on the right of way of committed $350,000: to Alachua
He said there is no agree Road southwest of Gainesville. property is shown on countytax ice area to about three square Newberry Road to serve the County Utilities, Including f ISO-
ment to tie in water and Smith, Earl P. Powers and W. rolls. miles. Interchange 000 paid Dec. 1. The money is
sewage service supplied by his J. Whitehurst II Incorporated Last summer, Alachua Coun- From that point, the pace The City of Gainesville already to be repaid at t per cent In-
firm to electric power offered Alachua County Utilities on ty Utilities received permission picks up. had permission to use terest In 20 annual Installmentsof
by FPC. June 3, 1963 to serve the area, from the county commisilon On Nov 10, Alachua Utilitieswon the right of way to reach the $13,077.68, starting In three
He added, however, that his The firm purchased two land to lay water and sewer permission from the county Interchange, but had not done years.
firm will not work with the Cityof sites, totaling about four and lines in the right of way of to lay pipes on rights of way_ so. Apparently_under threat of (See UTILITIES en Page 3))
Gainesville to develop new I
.e service areas, although It will
serve customers who ask in
sections also served by Gaines

vine S uE. Fro damesirilk Sun
Smith's statement was the lat
est move In a complicatedchess
game involving the two
private firms, the City of
Gainesville, some state agencies
and many present and potential .

..leaSarni utilities customers. 89th Year No HI GAINESVILLE FLA. THURSDAY NEWSSTAND
DECEMBER ,17 1964
Essentially, the problem Is a ..oa.lOo
Noble Out v
.... ,
PIIIM VFl 411 N. ,.....
struggle between the city on ---- ---- DAIIV AND rUNDAV

Claim Bad w-''/11-" "

!..'.\ Below 0 WindParalyzing I

,/ ;

Water HereAlachua .

County Health Officer by TV Station WJXT In sayingthe NW
Dr Edward Byrne today water situation In Gainesville
declined to comment on statements I la "potentially dangerous."
made by a JacksonvilleTV The newscast said city officials
station Wednesday that were not Informing Gainesville
Gainesville's water supply Is residents of the seriousnessof n
contaminated.Dr. the situation FreezingTo J

Byrnes said he wan ted Viewers termed the program (
first to check the sources used "alarming." Continue

B. C. Pafford, director of environmental tIl"A" a
health In the And "
WorthingtonGets health department, said Byrnes
had spoken to the news director -
Life of the TV station this morn- By THE ASSOCIATED
A numbing blanket of i
Ing."The air covered a vast area ij
TV station promised to ; United States today. j
For MurderMIAMI mail us a copy of the script ; The polar air lay over
used in 'the telecast," Pafford than two-thirds of the
(AP-Richard) Worth laid "When Dr. Byrne has hada from the Northeast
ington, 22, sat In Jail today chance to read it and check southern Texas and up
awaiting completion of paperwork out the sources he will have a western. Oregon and
that will keep him behind statement to make." ton
bars for life for the bizarre Pafford said neither he nor In Montana, which has
slaying of his year-old foster Dr Byrne had watched the wtrWwM t. IK* Sum gripped by subzero
mother. program. three days, the early
A 12-man Jury found Worth. "We'd like to know what their Seattle Freezes UpEven lows ranged from -23 toSt.
ington guilty Wednesday of first news sources are," he laid. Indian reservation
degree murder In the slaying'! ."No reporters talked to anyone the wooden bird looks cold as Ice terms on !A of Browning, Mont,
Mrs. Angela Worthi \oIUut in the health departmentabout fountain on Seattle's north aide Wednesday. Tempera about ,1,000 population i
Aug. 7Worthington the water It wu newsto (urea were recorded at 13 above In the state's largest without water today S S.t
us too." .. city, but even colder weather wan forecast. main collapsed.At .
and a companion, Cody,Wyo., a gas line r
20-year-old Joel Gebhardt beat and
ed during the night

the(See woman TRIAL to death on Page with 2) an Girl Resisted Attack Rules 5,000 heat, Temperatures residents .were (

21 during the night. A
Former Fire tempting( to repair the
was killed In an explodes 3)a

Chief Bevillc Judge in Assault Trial midmorning The Weather near Bureau sera .

Dies at Age 70 were recorded from
By BILL HAGER alleged victim, an 11 year- police department and sher Lake Michigan to the :
Eugene (Ned) Seville, retie Sun Staff Writer old white girl, had resisted the iff'. deputy Sgt Walter Coleman Panhandle
ed chief of the G a I In e s villa The rape trial of Randolph attack.A said Pitts told them after Some record low .
Fire Department, died Wednesday Pitts, Jr, 23-year-old Gainesville second motion, which he was re-captured In Orlando the date Included: /
at his home after an Illness 1. Negro, headed Into the would have ordered the Juryto that he had walked out of the Lincoln, Neb. 4; Del !
of several months. He was final round today after a motion view the scene of the rape jail when h. saw the door open Iowa .a; Kansas City 1 ;
70 for a directed verdict of a sandy area behind the Arlington "and no one around" and Concordia, Kan, -..
For M years Bevllle served acquittal was denied Wednesday Hotel-also was denied. Both officers said they had Caspar, Wyo., had -31
the city's fire fighters, starting afternoon by Circuit Court Judge Adkins told defense the left flits alone In the locked another low for the date.
with the Volunteer Fire Drpt. Judge J. C Adklns. prerequisite for a viewing is Jail booking room for a few The severe weather
in 1916 He became chief 0 f Shortly after the state restedIts Jhat conditions must be the minutes, then returned and strange and sometimes .
the department In 1922 and retired ,. case, defense attorneys same as at the time of the as discovered his disappearance, effects
In 1952. Gene Whltworth and Joe Canto sault. No testimony was offered as to Eleven cattle stranded In
He was the first president of moved for the directed verdict "Although the buildings are how the door was unlocked. snow at 10,000 feet above
the State Fireman's Associa- on the grounds the state bad the same, I don't think the conditions Angel and Coleman also Indicated level west of Creed.
failed to prove "assault without could be re-created," Pitt had neither admItted were given tranquilizer
tion.Survivors Include his wife, consent" the Judge noted. nor denied raping the lashed securely to a :
Mrs. Constance Deen Seville Canto read testimony from a Much of the testimony during gu-L and carried to lower levels.la I
603 NE 4th Ave.; two sons, similar case In which the de- the second day of Pitts' trial "He said he realized he had Bloomington Ill, a ) : ,
Elmo, Gainesville and Eugene fendant was awarded new centered on his escape from committed a hideous crime and ,.ar-old woman died /
Jr, Miami; one brother, Harper trial and concluded the state's Alachua County Jail shortly after that he knew what the penalty day of carbon monoxide
Gainesville; and two sis evidence was "wholly Insufficient he had been apprehendedand would be, lie said he wouldbe enmg when furnace fumes !
ters. Mrs Ruth Whiting, Mlc- for a finding of guilty." charged with the Sept I put In the electric chair," backed Into her born. b
anopy" and Mrs. Gladys Coles, Judge Adkins ruled the assault Capt Angel recalled. birds nest blacking the i
Gainesville. states. evidence showed Pitts' Capt. R. T Angel of the city (See PITTS es Page I) See FREEZE Page facilities I

Bums has called for return to
the sunnier system on grounds I

I I Once Ready to Die; Now It's Merry Christina? on Die both ImTeaie and the"Is student work not Increan'ng!lead and the Is' hard faculty the

Sl I capacity. of the studrnta by one-

Three weeks ago heart surgeons mitral valve much more dos third Bryant as was and forecast"Burns conferred
took one look at 45-year- eased.
again Wednesday ever tie appointments
old Clinton McElroy and predicted "It that .
was apparent 9 as their fourth sitdown
: an early death. New Heart leas something dramatic w as meeting among Inrtirwr-
McElroy himself lud taken done, he would die'ahortly," able trbphone calls brleeenJacksonville
care of thll p." his doctor said. "His rapid I and Tallahavee.
downhill course made this "I'm still anxious to discuss
Wednesday, U days after Courage ," the mailer," Burns said later
Nnl t /heart and
; open surgery replacement
The open heart surgeon knew "W. Just did not quite reach
ef a badly diseased that .Ins than It per cent ef agreement"
mitral valve, his doctors
4 heart surgery canes umtvtreplacement Bryant did not meet sewwnen "
J watched bin Ware the Vniver- And Faith
of the mitral *.1-!
following the meeting. But tarUr -
of Florida Hospital aid
M y airy r. The operation Itself la a relatively Wednesday, he Ud The
Clinics: wilk his family sad
wished lira a sew surgical techniqueand (See RI.Cr.NTS: .. Page J)
very Berry has been available to cart
Christmas. surgeon for only three 1'''''.
't tirj And merry It wd be because checking It euts/ DayleaaBeach. The artificial valve, a sill-
.* ) K l .; McDrvy a Dartona Beat rs- cone rubber bell M bigger thana 6slaPru3 ..:
de announcer, counts tb f t McElrey knew that during three quarter Inch marble ....
gifts he already has rorrfnd- the past year his health feuide a metal framing w is :
-A beating heart be did ut failed rapidly and that Jail lasted kwlde the heart + the urs/ WT161111MA2
delicate' !hour
five I
have. before die eprralfc be was aW{ long eperatJoo. -
A fads be claims be did most totaDy disabled Therewas Just ene wttk .later, MoClrey
let recognize ocogrewhe \Increase e f ebvlomly rtcevertag.brgaa .
Ae mutual riprmta shortness" of bream and chest counting the days to g e
of courage be U art t* p e r t pa* at mere frenjonil !at.,. 1Ic.mI. SEALS dill II fed a
) from aine year old son, da- rata During the nonUM he had ttts quirk ncevery amued net IfYlJ.Uon DIWfS I
toe Jr, beet eosened by Health Cetv his doctors They' say thai In 1IwotIHI
")I'" 44 sot know .the edds let shy/ ... w heart had another" month be will be able "
s when the doctors .< the t'aivcrarty's enlarged greatly, .. reture to almost fun actlrir. : i "t 1
v J. H-ffis Mallet Heal I s Hrf bear svgeos at the .
Center preparri for the erMcft Health Cmirr, Or, TlemasBartlcy Back si Dtjtona Beach an- IIii' I ;
surgery M Dee. 4. But hu wife called B "' tral and ether drama was howl enact
The diale MeElrwy faaiDy .f Dertmu Beach prepared U apt) Cirlatau at PMVM. wilt was wN. tire. 44. aortk I SMufflrtmciML" T_. .... CBiriM Jr., a kwrtn grad Gn.fe .r 6lfiwM
k.... Frees left ore -;earid Mark, JIt. Mrs XtElrey sad CUte. 9. Aadfedso.CLotosiJ/ vaSws were imbed, wliA be .... BEAK M rage I.

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Thursday December 17. 1965
1 Gaiftll.me SUit


in the NEWSBriefly. DraggingContinues Weather Roundup More RegentsFrom About

y"f '...**
PMPosl", wl51 ...III I. will' IMI4 Notltotl

Page 1ssoclated .:=STm BUSBY Hammock, and Howard Pendar.

For 2 MenCalmer 5rA Press he would appoint Busby, 78. of via, Dunnellon; a sister, Mrs

: ZONEStoulfcooitorly the board In time for them 10MNE9Ui"t; died today at Essie Mae Crews, o* Zephjr-

and warmer water to take office Jan. L General Hospital aft hills.

conditions on Newnaiu Lake' _I. Cloudy t.o0t' sw end"uo',"Id."Id.y., SurAIM Por. Burns said the conflict between Alachua extended illness.A .

raised hope that the bodies of __...., 001P "Id.,. Lew So1150 him and Bryant was er an Oklahoma, Mr.
51 to t2, .lth Friday N h "-. native of
the two Gainesville men believed I tt 11 m,.. wind IMggfiomoon over a majority of the present here from Valdosta
drowned Monday will be recovered .... tonight, mnint % north Board of Control which Bryant Busby came He wasa
r ,.
Ply 21 to N mile win* "Id. Ga. six years ago.
today. I Cwldera10 cun",. willt E apparently wants to move over Baptist minister and I.
., retired
.. The two men, John C. Proc- 1w mpone)Iee-'.) Id''r.: ..-=/: to the regents. school teacher.He .

... tor, 35, and D. C. Mullis, 42, I mini Old 40 oouih hlgn 1C Prldoy to N nggr mllg 70 wlndi louln.oott M "It's normal to think they public was a member of the

.. were last seen launching their e D Considerable cloudiness 1CAINESVILLE would defend the system they Eastside Baptist Church of tiviLia, MR IUIIIHINI >"_m.

.. 12-foot fiberglass boat on the i with few local showers set up," Burns said. The present Gainesville, and the Pierce i ,, ntrgl o.rvlcM SOP M,. loviiit, mjo.
.. lake Monday. The boat was Low H members of the Board of A.M. I n rotirod Pin ChM ot Oi mPlro ..,II,
.. rr | through Friday. tonightin Lodge 144 A.F. and Boot will bg hold 1)4 00 PaM .

.. found swamped early Tuesday, too, high Friday around 70. Control are obviously previous Calvert, TexSurvivors T....i'.d.y.. Thomog DocomBtr'word 17, tu C"1IoI IIWilli.
\ r L fr along with clothing and other Southeast and south 10 to 20 \ly committed to the trimester Include two brothers with ..... Prod T. Lmghon" conductIng
.. the of toe .....taL Svrlol will mIvorgroon III
of men. system. both
belongings winds.Fridiy. .
mile Tom and William, Cornotory M,. tuvlllog .
.. yq
Search parties in boats drag P G 5 I P.rHC 1 cloudy Orson) \ i" During Wednesday's conference two sisters, Mrs Htg tlmg ..._ of Oilwivl li'.
r few tocgl thoworo tod.,. Low Oklahoma: tovlllo W. g m.mt..i-o(
chill lea
.. EMI.r ged the muddy lake bottom anda tonight ki ... high Fridiy M m.louinggil WEATHER Burns said he and Bryant Grace Miller, Washington, D.C. "(...,.... Flro Doat. mhlcll' ttgrtnl in

: plane and helicopter searched windy end oovin It tg M mill Municipal Airport readingsfor discussed the Board ot Regentsin and Mrs. Gene Wall of Tex- 1M Hit,G..IIII Irom 1WI PIm to Wl D."WM',' Wnd Chin wr M

..: from above in the fruitless j tllanc0 cloudy Wrougli Frldgyi 24 hours to 8 a m. today: broad terms. asand one sister In law. the 11,11 gmldont ol the 51415 Fu 10
vim gt locM ihgworg low tonight ; ,
.. i search. i 71 to H lest end gguthgiit'HUM High 73 at 3 p.m.; low St at 'We did not endeavor to nar- Mrs Carol Crosby of Gaines mint
.. ..ah The hull of the flimsy craft mlto .lndo.K row the conference to a discus- DAVIS. MR. FSDNANOO >UWI|
Portlr gtoudy Ihrougn 'rid.,. 11 p.m. Rainfall .01 ville. So, Mr Omit will 0i Nd'
appeared undamaged but one taw locol, ,ohow.r Low loMgM hi TIMPISATVIl5IL5WN515 stun of any personalities with I gorvic:30 ",.... on Sunday D........., n.M4 H.
.. official said with the two men "low 700 nlgn FrK. upgor Toy Inc 19 L Prop either the present members of ARTHUR HUNTER .! gt rroodom AMllMdlit Church MFrwdorn
.. End Hvihggtl tl tg 21 mllg wind with ".... W. M. Forguia
r In the boat there could only ALMANAC JKkHnvlltlTgmpg 71 70 la b .., the Board of Control or ol proswctlve LAKE BUTLER-Artbur Hun. conducllnf the .", .... a.Ol.l win g,
.. ., thg dtrgctlon ol Ouncm o.n,,,.
11111111. 10 members of the Board Hndor
.. have been about two inches of died Wednesday morn-- _
Now Orlun N al ter, 82, grg /<1 Koiotlwg will mnt n
.. the gunwale above water. I aunts 50,05.loose Sanor10w. :...' ...':,:. inpm.7:II gm.Moomot : .01.... :n 21 or Regents" he said. Ing at a hospital here after a the homo at lilt hit douthttr NW ltd ,Flicg Mn. Add.,.
gt I
Now Y rkFt. 36 53WmhlMial nxmngton u
.. The craft was built from a eos.'rns4.41: g m 40 :34C0k.p. Asked if time were runningout long illness. .....,'
.. 1 kit and The gcllptg ot toe Mton......tomorrow.... .M night M a. for the appointments to become he
.. do-l -yourseU was pow will ktgin horg gt I p m. lI.n... CHy K 7 Born in Bradford County NUNTII. MR ARTMU M. Fuiwri)
.. ered by a 7.5 horsepower out-' and Hour loior bocgmg total 0 lltllg gvgr on .. .G2 effective Jan. 1, Burns lived all his life in this com oorvicM for. Mr. Hunigr pe R "'ibg
.. '"OMIN.NTITIIR, .. .Worm tLot '5 said "It's getting closer to Jan. I hold gt i:oa '.Nt* on Frldov eembor .
board motor. (, thg
.. ... AngtMtiMtlMl H II munity.He IL ( I cioprltronnon "
.. AP WIrw,,,,, tt Ing ....) AlKir AldM,'low sow I In w.1I 1M M000....... T:M ,m. POIICAtr 21 IIAUIINI !; and it's getting close to Jan. worked In the farmingand Donold' Coon Funorol conductmj Homo tho with nrylt III,,,

Ted Walks More About close CSV viola sooT GULP _.. en4 South M timber Industry until b e lurid WIN to In ,".... Ch.pl cmFINDAKVIt. '.
r Away Wind II H M knot throuoH FrkltvCloudy t Burns takes office Jan. S. My mOP 1M dl10cllon of I..11501Punr ,
I..y-IUOII Et Lad: ,.nt. Low 5r with Maws mca (tngrgl Pro retired in 1949. He was.a mem .I Mans of L4,5 '.'1.,.
.... .., said he bad
515: m. .nd 7 Burns no plans of God.
: Sen. Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy accompanied by FreezeFrom for of university ber of the Church MI. ADCMia ANDIKSON
year-round use any Surviving are his wife, Mrs Mlrgvttldg ggrvlcot tor M,. Pendr
: his wife Joan waves to well-wishers an he walks out [More facilities.\ "I'm no educator vll" will bo laid ll I pm on sundry
Alline Hunter; three daughters, DKombor M ,%.. tt ttig s,
.. of New England Baptist Hospital Wednesday six ," he said. "I'll leave that and Mrs. point C_..,, In Lg v County, Ftor
crash. Page AboutUtilities Mrs. Nola Rayner Was wiih Rgv. Albgrt O'N..I gnic itIng .
: months after breaking his back in an airplane to them.
Flaveous Waters, Tampa, and Fortgr Fungrgl Homo g| In,...
: He flew later In the day to the Kennedy family home ney. But he said his own opinion- Fowler Lake Butler ,.... florldl Ig In cnorgg of irrgngnmnti.
Mrs. .
Maggie ,
.. at West Palm Beach for the holidays. The Weather Bureau said the "Dot my official opinion"-Is andA. Hihmocll Mr whgrg Findorvlg Itg dlH: livid on wi.olOult
old "which has that the trimester system was ; three sons, Calvin ...d.V. Docombgr ,t. I.... TM ,...11,
spell barely From I'ase 1
M. of Gainesville and David will, rocflvg trlgndl gt Kg Forltr fanorol
TREATMENT 1 begun in the 'Northwest" will b not working.He Horn I In Invormtu Irom S gm
of Lake Butler; one brother, until t .m. gn 50u,..,. Docmbtr 11
ed call for Investigation concerned with g
spread into parts of Tennesseeand In return, Alachua Utilities! Monday to an said he was
I Leonard Lake B u tier
Nat (King) Cole one of Mississippi by the weekend.A gave a mortgage deed to all by the state Public Utilities the requirement that educators, Hunter Mrs. Emmer Harris ;
popular music's greatest starsis Commission Into the oper wanted students to spend foul one sister
spokesman advised motoristsnot its property to Florida Power '
Starke 14
cobalt treatments atlons of private firms outside hours preparing for one, ; grandchildrenand Gainesville Sun
receiving to travel northwest of Kineapolls. with the stipulation that should every grandchildren.A. .
for a tumor In one lung. the firm fail to pay Florida the city. hour of classroom work under' 29 great \ Published tvenlngt gxctm

The singer's Illness was die Wind-whipped snow and plum- Power may foreclose. This would be an Informal the trimester system.Trinity A. PENDARVIS Saturday and Sunday morn

closed Wednesday by his physU w study.A mat by trie n .
meting temperatures turned six The agreement is signed by INVERNESS-Archie Anderson : "ioru
Church SE
llshing Company
clans. They declined to say Montana counties into disaster, PVC spokesman said Wednesday Pendarvis 52 a native of
One witness
Smith and Powers. 2nd Plact, Golncivillt' / Florida/ ,
whether the tumor is malignant. blizzard conditions in Tallahassee that Flor Dunnellon and resident of Gulf ueond cost
areas as severe was Howard H. Weston, who Sets a and nMrid a* I
: His physicians Dr. Robert blasted the eastern third olha Is secretary of the pension i Ida Power has not violated any ProgramThe Hammock, died Wednesday at motttt ai the POll Of loCI ol
Koiltchek and Dr. Elmer Rlgby law by loaning money tSmith's Solnnvili, FloldaCIRCULATION
state. fund of Florida Power Corp. I Gulf Hammock.
Trinity Church of the
said Cole would be able to go firm. However the RATES IY
Cov. Tim Babcock applied theIsasterarea He Is the father of Howard H. Nazarene 936 NW 31st Ave. Survivors include two broth.
w home In about 10 days: just after commission would become concerned CAIRIIR OK MAIL
Christmas. designation to'Weston Jr., administrative assistant If the agreement involved will present their Christina: ers, Hasting Pendarvis, Gulf I 1 Week 41

added "We have also Powder River, Carter Fallon, to the Alachua County rebates discrimination program Sunday. The Junior I Mag. $5.II
They : ,
and Custer
advised Mr. Cole that his I '.f Prairie Rosebud Commission. The younger among customer or with rates, Department will present their Judge PoetTALLAHASSEE All mall lubtcrlptloni( mUll

professional engagements for I, ,, counties Weston said Wednesday he did or other restraints of trade or program at 9:45 a m. and the; lie paid 'In advanc

the next few months must be l :,,-, I December records tumbled in not know his father was ID service. Teenagers at 7:30: p.m. Mrs (APJose) Mrmhnt" at Audit Bureau ot

canceled to allow time for his (AP WlrgpMa tg Ing Sunl Billings, Dillon, Great Falls,. Gainesville negotiating for Florida Should the pending study indicate Gail Bourg is in charge of both I A. Gonzales Jr. of Fort Lauder- Circulation

hill recuperation." Dr. Christopher M. Papa r Jvlnffstnn -and Mlgnnula. The Power. any violations of legal presentations.Also dale is the new circuit judge of tho All motgrigi grgggrty egntilngd ol the Oilnnvl nirgin' 'N

32-year-old researcher la der- temperature was :::54 In the tiny At the next point, two things practice within PUC Jurisdiction there will be an Open the 17th Judicial circuit. He was .ubllthlng' Com,...", lei In.'.girt.. *.*
wngig) gr
SUCCESSOR miiology at the University of 1 community of Summit near the happened. First, city officials then the city could ask a House at the Parsonage 3147 appointed by Gov. Farris Bryant .pradiKtign.,Iell, lorftlMon wimout, Ihg. wrlltmngrmiiilon

Pennsylvania Hospital la Glacier National Park. Great became concerned that Florida formal investigation. NW 10th St., tonight.. Wednesday. ol Mw gubiliMgr

Donald C. Cook of New York, Philadelphia has received a Falls had34, Cut Bank25, Power a competitor with Final move_ 10 date -came -- .- -----

of a large bundle of letters dally from and Lewlstown -28 Wednesday,
the city for customers was Wednesday. J. S. Gracy, senior
\ firm would be "guinea pigs" responding Maryivlller a mining camp Investing in Alachua County vice president of Florida Power -I

: eVia4h :' ft t 'Wi;a.no.fltv. northeast of Helena, reported40. Utilities" accused the utilities department
I of the ment ol finding i'way'' to The -59 reading was takenat the of
Secondly water system trying to pirate
Ihead| and grow hair on bald heads. an Air Force weather station
failed Sunday In West Park customers In West Park CHllrrlSffAll !

: r' ( Com? ,\'Gr.wlnlA"lIalf1 .on-a* bald* Shegts cold .disrupted.. utJJity [subdivision, leaving families subdivision. FPC, with headquarters -
: a n, is headwas a by product of I A temperature of :-27 in St Petersbu
without water. The water system r g,
.. ( asI other research" Dr. Papa : snapped a natural gas line owned by Southern serves an area south and west

: I likely successor said, explaining that la studyIng which burst into flames south of States Utilities of Orlando, Is of Gainesville. I

: to Secretary aging skin and bow to restore Cody, Wyo., killing one man and being sold to Alachua County City Utilities Director John
: ; of the Treasury Douglas its youth he found rubbing severely burning another. Numerous Utilities! Inc. Smith's firm is Kelly said he would not comment .I

.. Dillon, who If'expected to re .the hormone drug testosterone homes were without heat digging a new well, but it Is on the charge. He pointed Prices Good

: : sign in a few months, Cook Is oa skin ever a period as long as 3 hours. not quite ready.So out however that if Wes Thru Dtc. 24th ,._

63. of months caused hair to The Pacific Northwest power to water to the' Park residents who are using WE WILL
:: I provide BE OPEN
with unprecedented SPIC.lts
grow system, stricken the of city water want to change over
:: DIVORCE VACATIONFormer 2. million kilowatt load, ,uf. Gainesville area tapped, on. City and use city power, the city UNTIL 11 P.M. ON I

fered many failures because of would be
glad to them.
= ..Cultarlst Lei Paul was granted overdernand. City officials view the area serve I CHRISTMAS EVE. J
President Dwight D Viewed years into the future,
an uncontested divorce from as one which eventually will: be
I Eisenhower and his wife Ma- Snow plows and airplaneswere the choice of utilities for thou-
Mary Ford, his wife of 1) years part of Gainesville served by
:_ I rile, are expected in Palm DCS- utilized to reach Isolated sands of customers Is be In g
and former singing partner, on utilities.
I ert, Calif., Friday for their annual ranchers and cattle An 88year.old city made now. In the Immediate
: grounds of extreme cruelty adultery He I winter vacation at their man died as he attempted to City commissioners, stirred future, private utility group a OLDTHOMPSON A
earlier charges of rHe MERRIER
: ;dropped and desertion. I'1173,000 home. They plan to remain walk through snowdrifts from a by the two developments vot- have won or seek permission to
Paul 48 was present In Super : through May. stalled truck.Washington. serve nearly 30 square miles to JfOLIDA'I GIFT
.: lor Court Wednesday when lIe State experiencing More About the south, west, north and north. Perfect
CHARGEDAndrew one of Its worst cold east of Gainesville This is an
divorce finalized their separation
:... ., waves, shivered through record area as large as the city Itself
of more than a year. Miss L. Pollnl, 29, a graduate Gift

Ford, 43, was not present. She student at North Texas I low temperatures. The coldest PittsFrom

lives In Los Angeles. University In Denton u I spot Wednesday night was -19 More About '
r shown he In Spokane, the lowest ever for At Only
3 Fifths
REPLACEWashington redas December.
miles Page HeartFrom
Winds measured at M
nesday jots
sources lay Sen. northwester
hour raked :
lUce of the per Coleman later the same For
Goldwater suggested to gave
Barry Washington, driving I W-foo
o .
the Air Force before the Nov 'peace court. shrimp boat aground and tearing account. Page 1 $465

$ election that It start looking c (( where he was a large sawdust barge loose "He (Pitts) said on the way
for replacement for him as charged er at OrtoM Grade School 0 .11
a !Irons a tug. back here from Orlando (wherehe 5'T''
commander of the (939th Air assault with Intent Three deaths were attributedto was arrested after stealingtwo faced the battle of explain a 1 $995Flhh d.eMIM

Reserve Squadron. ,, \ I to murder the Washington cold siege, cars In his flight from the family crisis to his five ; l

However the sources said, I In the shootIng -, including a 19-year-old boy who Jail, he wanted to kill him- year old brother, Mark, who

the Air Force did not consider of two Denton policemen. was killed\ when his sled hit a self. He was going to Jump thought the doctors were "cu Stock

this a resignation from Gold- DM officers were shot when I tree in the Seattle suburb of out of the car," Coleman said ting Daddy's heart out.." sNOW

water, a Reserve major generaland they sought lo break up a dispute -Bellevue. Pitts told him. He began a scientific investigation Up

: at that time the Republican between two student group I Snow and cold struck Oregon During the mornIng Dr. Carl learned the working of

: party's pl'esldentlalnornlnct. st the school. Pollnl. from StPetersburg ., sending the temperature to -I Herbert a state witness testified las the heart through encyclopei- !
of the Cascade mountaIns. and asked questions of everyone ,
.. Fla, was charged!I east the rape victim's body
.. with firing a single shot from s I Cold-wave warnings were In showed no effects of the ordeal and out of his school

... rule that felled the two police. effect for eastern New Mexico other than "large red marks" who could give loins an answeron I

.. nest, both of whom are expected ,. after cold air crossed Into the around her neck. what likely would be doneto
.. state ----- ---- his father. Concealing u!I Sea9ramsST
to recover. I H. said he found no bruises "
North Dakota GOT. William own torment, he gave Mark
'or scratches oa her body. He the
right answers and
Guy act up emergency precau- added she appeared frightenedduring pray Gentleman Seven
ions to assist travelers caught ed.The
.. her examination.
la the blizzard. The governor sum of the fortnight's
urged absolutely no travel until State Atty. Ted Duncan provided dramatic events brought a = 3 Fifths Crown

-- the storm subsides.! The temperature the only humorous note third dimension to the surfs ce

... 1ei dropped to -20 and 31in in the somber proceedings for McElroy. For

North Dakota. Some nights when he attempted to link a It Is best said In his own :

H- 1 were canceled by airlines and pair of tennis shoes found In words: $3 98 I I Io

many buses were not running. Pitts apartment with tracks "n Is difficult to see year. O $ 95

found at the scene. self as a cardiac cripple when

.. FL44 More AboutTrial Duncan attempted to question you have been In show business FifthWalker's

a police officer about the all your life, or a branch of It.

similarity of pattern on the I always thought I had lots oftme. I

soles of the shoes and the Indentations But whea I approached! Heaven

*"" F w I y.<. Wnl left by the girl's as the possibility of death I Fleisehuwnn'sGIN
Wln-M *
AP From 1 sailant. But the detente objgxted : couldn11et ready to face III Hill
Caroline Charles, tl, *f Ua. Page
and Duncan was forced to Tea: something happened. Iam : Deluxe
dos design sails lor lUsge Iron bar and then jammed he abandon the qufl On l(. a skeptic but for the first. Bourbonsjs

Starr, lie Beatles'She Vughaired said the head In a garbage can full of Instead, he told the witness lime In my life I felt a communion ''' 8 Year Old

drtmmer. water In order to try and make with God. I '
apn orve'If
.la a IghtUub and to describe the pattern of theJacks. 3 Fifths 3 fifths
met Rings .AP Os we 50,1 the death! look accidental \ ins corny, but I bnmedMt $
"Were they (the tracks
she was a
.. he karxd
wkea asked kr to Mrs. A. B. .CoWe, Ollt'''- Worthinglon's conviction wa jf a waffle-type pattern?" he ly lea: different about everything

.. designer he I.r aim. She suit phlUnthrtplit, ass g ,- sketch semi sad be a $1OM.. college scholarship of Gebhardt, who wa :er replied. found myself saysing *)(/ fate 10
._ dreamed 'p few suits to 17 )arU Jack {ranted Immunity Is hi Thy bands' and Beanie Fifth

":. had them ..41. Xke. a BarrKkvDl, WrVa. The two wrapped the bbdie Duncan then picked op the ton and I was surprised at 11I1-

j.ttia the plays football *.. il the couple: In canvas, weighed hoes and silently wc'ftllihem
,. RETURNSMrs. spite the less el both Iris below them with concrete ,!.bllnc) a (root of the Jury renalmg me. that experlesetanttUIIy

Joseph P. Kennedy,,, the knee. 1\In. C.l*., 'limped them Into a south Dtwnjr ales with a waffle-type pat ovcnhadowtd tre ex : Phone-

mother of the late president,,,I "|M sever bas met RT. nnaLtkcoml'Cttion m!. per:sure of the heart srriery BoulevardMILLHOPPER

arrived Wednesday after i I plans! a party with aim a' caused girh : The trial\ b expected to go tot because I simply knew La

three-week tour ol Europe wet I rarfnii, floe tU'trs a*"] M? < forced i e budges tq f Juty late this afternoon, totm 'be t.ht ptwpit would Dv a t 61554PEOPLE

the traveling Jobs F.' Kenned, school" ft.to-'DjI Muntiiine a! 'I'e.1! i t' -J went dt, the defense's case prelttlaUe the ltd place ,t the right I STORE

.. library exhibit tr Christmas. .. rtd by ...ouea. and closing remarks. tiro*."

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fund hope all Floridian I
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;:; (1afnrzut1kJOHN Utt rA Court VIEWPOINT ActionFateful '

'It'j' THE t 1rp'iII
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Florida's Beautiful d.ea ID JOHNSON via rrsrld.,5 SOUTH '
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i University City I' K r' II..IOLI, vice .rald"d' red A4r. DAVID LAWRENCE
r rHAg 01,1.,1 101 TANIAOUGNI, By

: .' 't: Via pntMml led ClrariMlm MMUMT. By RALPH AlcGIII I WASHINGTON A fateful day In history la Dec. 14,

" I' Auras 155) Ce.. lIt'.. federal dictatorship was established In the United States.

: 1. Report the' news fully end Impartially In the' news column. For the constitutional provision which has declared that
., 2. Cxprtti th. opinion of the Sun I In-but only In- dltoriol. Search the \people retain all powers not specifically delegated to

I,: : 3. Publish all sides of Important conbovtrslol Issues the federal government or denied to the states now has

: i The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1111 ForAtomic 1 -Ij v1 Yt commerce been altered.," the Under federal the government guise of regulating may hereafter"Interstate step

.' In and prescribe whatever restrictions on American life it
err. pleases and the Judiciary can call it "the law of the land."

I t ; \ What Could Be Fairer? ControlWithin The decree was handed down by nine men comprising the
Supreme Court of the United States. No amendment to the

five years some 10or Constitution authorizing such a change had been adoptedby
t One of the most significant votes What could be fairer?
12 relatively small coun the people, and the court's ruling now must be obeyed
ri taken by four city: commissioners tries will have nuclear reactors until such time as the people, by constitutional amend
was that of Monday last. It was a If local (and private enterprise) for peacful use ? } t / ment may repeal or revise the decree.

first round vote of 3 to 1 in favor builders use the F.H.A. D-3 construc- There is great netf for the ,

i of a minimum housing code. tion loans to build low cost low rental energy and scientific output 4.oe..MN THE SUPREME COURT edict puts virtually no limit on
from such reactors. The advance rbf J what can be called "Interstate commerce" or 01 the powerof
f., housing to eliminate a great part It. The decision not only
I of science cannot': and Congress to regulate appliesto
Only Mayor Howard McKinney ob- of Gainesville's 2,000 substandard should not be halted. This racial discrimination In restaurants hotels or other

i jected. housing units, then who needs fed country began In 1957, at ItJ places known as "public accommodations," but It also covers .

t eral housing f the suggestion of President almost any act or activity

Byron Winn who ran on a platform Eisenhower a program "OBOY. .JUST. WHAT. .. I. ,NEEDED!." within the states which has
--- -- ---- --
i endorsing a minimum housing And F.H.A. D-3 financing is avail led to the creation of hitherto been regarded as sub-

absent.Commissioner able for local builders with the International Atom I c ject "fr to local I
code was only a Energy Agency by the United DEAN OF INTERPRETIVE: NEWS COLUMNISTS regulation

I city: minimum housing code. Nations It now bas a oy the states counties or cities

James Richardson of the .
membership of 16 c ou n- country.A
has emerged from the "housing code We repeat: Only with a city, mini tries, including Soviet Russia restaurant

= issue" as a practical and responsible mum housing code.A and the United States. Cost of ProgressBy think owner may
that he
community leader. Vision and fore- But the rub is that even can refuse to
the small reactors employed serve a person who looks to
: sight have come forth from Richardson minimum housing code, which in him intoxicated
peaceful or who Is
mixed well with reason and will allow: Plutonium as pursuits by produce WALTER LIPPMANN We do not regard the great first world war, unpreparedfor some other obnoxious In
a a product way to
= ability to get the job done. A reactor of 100 megawatts President Lyndon Johnson issues under the Constitu- the second world war Unprepared him or his customers but
it Is said hopes to keep together ,
W I ((1) Local builders to qualify for will, for example, create the, big and diverse tion and In our political his for the Korean war under the new ruling of the

: Cainesvlllians would do :well to federal financing to build low rent enough plutonium for about majority which elected him, tory as genuinely settled If unprepared for the cold war. Supreme Court of the United

watch the growth in stature of this housing; and In the event of the four powerful atomic bombs. and some of his friends have they command no more thana At long last our people real States, he will have to prove
THE NEXT STEP In Using 51 cent majority. It Is ized that the protection of that this was the
been shaking their heads and per reason for
local builders falling to do this. .
commissioner His docile skippering this plutonIum In the national interest meant his "
the manu- saying that this cannot be only when there is a big "discrimination. it will
of the housing code la most Impres- facture of such bombs la expensive done. It would mean reneging majority that the Constitutioncan giving unquestioning priorityover be very difficult, If not Impossible
live. (2) Gainesville to qualify for fed- \ but relatively sim on his commitments to be amended, that treaties all other public I I and to set forth persuasive

eral housing. a genuine opportunity ple. wage war against poverty can be ratified and that private interests to defense. ly what was really In the
Pressures for the historic changes of national The day Is coming, and It mind of
for this community to alleviate proutera and Ignorance and racial dis the hotel keeper or
Further a n t 1 Ion be genuinely I cannot now be far off, when
of nuclear weapons crimination. policy can the restaurant For
21.9 cent of the substandard owner all
Sutherland and Ed Turlington have per rows at a dismaying rate. adopted. schools, housing, urban revI- practical
simply and concisely expressed an homes that exist within China has exploded a nuclear These friendly critics say val and help for the young, \that not only purposes Is racial, It means

intelligent position on federal hous- the city: limits. device and dirtied up that if the President's program IN THIS CENTURY for the old, the helpless will have of discrimination
all the air actual is to be effective, it is example, the country has a priority in the public mind, any kind pro-
diplomatic hibited
ing: bound to alienate considerable defense virtually all
a second tt
turned from an Isola- only
And Gainesville isn't mixing new and political. It Is anti number of his conservative away circumstances, but that the

"We oppose federal housing but medicine by any means. cipated the Chinese will explode supporters. If, on the not tionist made policy.even The after turn our was intervention The real point about the federal government may step
the second within ,hnson ad-
the of the J
In and
program regulate human
other hand fee does not alienate In World War I. behavior
would vote for it if private enter
next few whetherit
months. It will probably ministration will be
New Smyrna Beach passed mini these conservative supporters It made during Inside the states as it nev
a was really
prise proves unable to meet the challenge be louder and dirtier I it would mean that the of the second prepares for and promotes er has done before.
of providing adequate housing mum housing code. for propaganda purposes. his program has been water world course war when there beganto such a breakthrough in the
*' Indeed, the first one already public understanding. The There are many business
I for the people of Gainesville. Bradetiton ed down until It Is Inch tec- develop a popular consensus
passed one. has produced one unhappy war on poverty, Ignoranceand es which claim to be local in
result. India, the country tive.This for acceptance discrimination I is certainto nature. Under the new ruling,
: We agree with this.* Sarasota passed one. of Hindu philosophywhich poses, it seems to me, world responsibility.reflected Then be a long one. It is the however, if they obtain from

opposes violence not a fundamental questionwhich this consensus was task not of one administration another state materials, Ingredients .
'\.i We feel the majority of the commissioners Melbourne passed one. too long ago was attacked lies at the heart of the whelming In Congress ratification by an of over-the but of a generation. or products of any

agree with Fhrlbrrts. ... Fort Pierce passed one. -> ,,> and Invaded by China. In. domestic process of formulating of the the relevant International trea Nothing done that can conceivably be de kind which have a bearing
dia program be now can the
upon work In
now seriously considers
ties. This has been\ true, also, a particular
Johnson administration. The cisive. What is essential Is
And most important, we feel the Tampa passed one. manufacturing nuclear weapons question Is whether the politics of the big breakthroughs In that energetic\ measures be establishment, then they someday
In order to match thoseof ban may be also
the test adjudged to
vast majority of the people of Gaines of consensus, which was recent years taken against the crucial be
her hostile neighbor. Without civil bill engaged in "Interstan
Sanford passed one. treaty, the rights
the Johnson hallmark
duringthe of resistance as,
ville with this. points "
agree them she would be help. and the acceptance of mod. commerce.
election, Is Incompatiblewith for example, the antiquated
Orlando passed one. less In Invasion. Sweden, the the politics of progres.sive ern fiscal doctrine in the controversy about church

If, with the aid of, a minimum United Arab Republic, Israel reform, to which Presldit tax: bill and state schools, the Insufficiency THE NEW DECISION is 10

housing code private builders do not Ormond Beach passed one and other countries Johnson Is committed. In this sense, so I believe, of state and local fect far-reaching that it may af
take of the channels face situations which make Inertia of employment throughoutthe
advantage new the programs dealing with revenues, the
of financing, then-and only then- Fensacola. them potential entries in the I BELIEVE there Is no poverty, education and race interests.AS country. Up to now, there
field of nuclear have been
production. contradiction. Indeed I many businesses
relations, which are all over
is federal desirable.
Daytona Beach. SPEAKING RECENTLY to would argue that the only lapping and interlocked, will THE REALIZATIONbecomes : Inside the states which have
the Economic Club of Detroit in which the been considered outside fed.
way progressive come to very little until there clearer that the In.
CONGRESS SHOULD NOW ACT : William C. Foster, director reforms can be truly builds up behind them a ternal progress ofhe\ re- eral jurisdiction. It Is doubt
of the U.S. Arms Con. achieved and made to work mighty consensus similar to republic is a vital matter ful whether any business

I tAgency and Disarmament is by winning for them a that which now supports the there will come also an understanding hereafter will be free from
Succession discussed this coun wide consensus of the American national defense. The Inner that the costs of federal regulation of its labor
Legislation try's search for atomic \people principle of that consensus Is internal progress are not regulations and all other t

control. He said that one of What do we mean by a that enough money must be painful liabilities, but are, In phases of its activities.

By RICHARD WILSON ble successor It follows logically and duties of the presidency the many proposals by this consensus? I think we can found to insure an adequate fact highly productive' in
country has been that nuclear In American and since then Is vestments. net effect is bound to
Chief, Cowlei Wiihlngtoi that a president should Such arrangements are better say that the defense Poverty, Ignorance be
not to transfer tradition this wdl there must In discrimination disease a feeling\ of consternationwhen
Bureau left to written powers agree political a consensus ,
choose a new vice president the under.tandingsbelween nuclear weapons to the n.- Is more than a simple this rich landbe a way and ugliness exact a far \the public really finds
WASHINGTON Now that if the incumbent vice presi- vice presidentand tlonal control of nations that majority that It Is a majority higher sacrifice from us all out that the new ruling by the

the Electoral College has act. dent dies. This is provided bya senhower president President El do not have them and not to of about two-thirds, somewhere WE H.\VE ARRIYTD, I than the Initial costs of Investing Supreme Court doesn't j just
had such understanding
ed and Lyndon B. Johnson bill Introduced Senator an assist such nations In acquiring In the range between believe, at the threshold of a to overcome them. cover racial discriminationbut
by with Vice President
and Hubert H. Humphrey are nuclear realization likehat\ establishes the of
capabillles. three-fifths and three-quar- new The country will not become power
Bayh of Indiana which Nixon. A
formally elected President ed the Senate at the last pass ses ment similar made arrange A second part of this pro ters. In the pragmatic sense which came to us about defense poorer by fighting poverty.It the federal government to Intrude -
and Vice President respec- sion. was between posal was a corresponding this Is, I think a correct during the Fifties. W e will, on the contrary, be- In almost every activity
tively, the new Congress President Kennedy and Vice pledge by nonnuclear powersnot definition of a consensus. had been unprepared for the come richer. that has hitherto been called
should lose no time enactingnew The trouble with the Bayh President Johnson and John. to manufacture or other local In character. For the

legislation on the succession bill Is that it Involves other son has announced he will wise acquire control of such only criterion necessary now

to the vice pre ldcncy. questions which could well make such a agreement with weapons. Thirdly, a versifiedcut I to establish what Is or is not

Ordinarily the openingweeks be left for later decision after Humphrey when Humphrey off In the production of "Interstate commerce" Is
becomes vice
and even months of Congress has provided that a president. flsslonalble material for use Voice of the I whether the goods materialsor !

Congress are unproductive president may fill the vacant Congress need only address in nuclear weapons was Included People equipment or food used In

and Congress has little excuse office of vice president. What Itself to the simplest problem, in the plan. If accepted the operation of the local facilities

: not to adopt this essential \Is needed now Is action on that of filling the vice presidency the plan would make I In any way originatesor
legislation by April 15. this one simple question. The If this office falls vacant -' available the transfer by the On The Sun's Opinion Page.-j Is derived from or has
Bayh bill provides that the Soviets and the United moved In "interstate com

The action of the Electoral president\ shall nominate a States of weapons grade 0...io< eel ummtmH .! See Ncfeft ew ...U w. I. Ik. Vsees .f the Pw.l. ..1...... Utttff merce."
College on December 14 filled new vice president for the All-Inclusive settlements of fissionable material to peace mutt k. |J..... red bee the .ri...'. 4tM.. Htmn wIN k. vifkkiM. If r*.-H4. A ...... ilw.M.
one vacuum but left another. the various problems Oil .ict4 500 w t4i .*4 ....t k. rn f.. .. .** see v4 et the MM. PMV ....* k. ..... The Another part of tilt ruling Is
duration of an unexplred term entering ful purposes. This would Mr. Sun MMTTM KM fifkt t* nl. l .., kttvr e r I* tk rt.. It, .""..., ..k.rtfiitf She *ri*..'. MHmf based the kind of
If President Johnson should Into the w upon curtourer
and that he shall then be many possible different Foster said by way of illustration '-".
die prior to January 20 Hum forms of successionare who seeks service. U
elected by a majority of both release 1,000 megatons -
Time for Action to arrest and fine too..epeople er the old woman that lived he happens to be travelingand
phrey would not be entitled to bouses of Congress likely to be found unduly of explosive force If
succeed to tile presidency. restrictive In the future completely fissioned I In who let their dogs in a shoe that has so many has crossed a state line,

The man In line Is the speaker IF THE PRESIDENT'S bombs. This would be equiv.alent I On Barking Dogs their cause so neighbors.much misery If those to to children do. she didn't know what the court can rule that ht Is

of the House John W, WHAT IS NEEDED Is the or has been engaged in "in
nominee were to be rejected to one third of a ton
EDITOR Sun. The time people with noisy dogs want
McCormack of Massachusetts then he shall submit additional settlement of ont single part ol f TNT for every man, attention should it And Peter the pumpkin ester ters late commerce" and
73. Humphrey would not be of the which has come for tough action they get therefore must be given the
names until Congress has problem arises woman and child on earth. who had a wife andcouldn't
to the
entitled to the presidency until approved Bayh offers his now in direct form. This can ON THE OTHER band, against dog owners who allow by station reporting and paying at police leasta keep her; so he put service for which he appliesas

Jan. 20. proposal In the form of a be done by giving the president he told his Detroit audience their dogs to disturb neighbors & fine for disturbing the ber In a pumpkin shell which a purchaser or as a cus

constitutional amendment It the right he already had this force If converted into with their constant yelping and helping let seems to have worked out tomer.

IF HE, THEM succeeded Is doubtful If the approval of In practical politics the right electrical energy in peaceful and barking that is entirely Gainesville peace "go to \me dogs. very well. There too was a
: McCormack, there would be Congress should be called for to choose his possible successor reactors could produce 170 unnecessary crooked man who walked a The people can still adopt

ro vice president and a at all Take, for example the for a limited term. If this billion kilowat hours 0 r The city dog ordinance crooked mile who eventually an amendment either affirming
Speaker of the Houst would case of President Truman. He can be done without\ a consti- about 20 times the total 1363 These barking dogs an ruining should say: "A 121 fine will bought a crooked cat who what has been done by

once again be second In line was without a vice president tutional amendment so much production of electrical energy the quiet pleasantness of be levied against anyone allowing caught a crooked rat; and the court or repealing it but
of succession, and this condition for nearly four yean and the better. by the Detroit Ediso a the city of Gainesville. They their animal to bark they all lived together in a the fact remains that a decision
would continue, exempting art causing older people to and thereby disturbing little crooked house of momentous Importance
during that time both houses Company.
If the \legislation 1 Is not 1 become
nervous. They are
mortality: for four years. of Congress wert controlledfor It to quite plain that we peace-loving Mighbon." A Your editorial affecting the constitu-
adopted this will be the typical causing young couples to comments\ on
This illustrates bow unsatisfactory two yean by the Republican situation In the future If already are In a new. frightening make arguments with their couple of good fines should hawing art perhaps best tional rights of the citizens
world. The Chinese help prove the city means has been Imposed by a judicial -
Party. If the Bayh wormed ht
are the present \laws proposal a president die In office: neighbors. They are causing op There wasa
of succession. The country Is had been In effect Truman have made It more somber. people to phone In anger business with its already man in our town who was tribunal without submitting
constantly faced by the possibility would \have been forced The vice P'"ldentW succeed If there Is Ineffective control about barking dog problems. good laws to tile boots against so wonderous wise, he jump- the matter to the people
that a man win succeed to get approval of his vice to the presidency there then we may expect an do barking Yes ed Into a bramble bush and to vote on the issue by meansof
to tilt presidency who presidential choke from a will be no vice president and even more chilling world In Police are flooded with calls you may use my name I scratched out both hu eyes. a specific proposal to
was: not specifically chosen Republican Congress, which the sext-hn-line for the presidency about five years. By then all caused by these noisy speak for thousands! I'm not And when \bt saw his eyes change KM Constitution \ItselfIt

for this role who might have might or might not, have : will be a member of then will be 11 or 12 nations anJmaII. ashamed. were out. with all his might'! remains to be seen t Beth
for the of. given approval.Other Congress, elected by a friction with reactors producing: FRED SANDORSON ant mam. \ht Jumped late
no qu-Uflcttions Anyone who really likes a er this method of ipmrnini
fice whatsoever but who debatable milters are of the voters in one state, tempting plutonium. India I dog takes cart of it and them in and jcratired the United Slates will be accepted
might serve for several I Included in tilt Bayh who may or may not be a and otter countries may wen I does! not let tt aloe: to bark. Mother Goo-c IglIIL"Enoocb to the bog run by the
propo- memWr of the president's hart nuclear weapons. The
political for
years.In HI.! One of thntv to that '. part". Ht will be a paradox tf today to that the Since when are these clop Sohctl Housing MERRY OUUSTMVS now. Mr. Editor people. and whether they wit

practical effect there l C"no majority W'the Cabin could maa of nururt years and tf snore ayctear strength thtworld 1 more valuable than workaig c and all l : folks awn to m submit to chances of such Is I

problem. A presidential declare tht president disabled high seniority in Congress; \ hat. the more tech I men and women who teed EDITOR. Sun: Housing... Sun. May &t new at the far reaching character
year American Ue without the u
candidate chooses his running thus enabling the vice prttl- otherwise he would not be nation's MUwal security ia I their rest and relaxation? ben a problem for a hag good tidings to aIL bring
mate and thus his possi dent U assume the powers Speaker of the House. weakened. Yea -the tune baa cone long tIm& kin. Woe COII&Ido OBSERVER 1 Deaf al constitutional observed. proct***

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ITEM 1: Florida Power Corporation has been supply- ITEM S: There are no secrets attached to Florida v\ .

Ing power to its Alachuo County and rural Gainesville customers Power Corporation's part in assisting In providing other essential ,'

for over 35 years. Its service has been constantly utilities. It is a matter of public record, long before

strengthened and improved. The company has Increased its last Monday, that Florida Power Corporation cooperated In
investment by hundreds of thousands of dollars, and is pre making It possible for quality water and sewer service to be "

pared to continue to supply superior electric service for all provided by Investing In the Alachua County Utilities, Inc.

of the area it now serves, including the Newberry Inter This investment is secured by a first mortgage recorded at j
change. the Court House In Gainesville In official record book 302 +

page 13. This is an investment by the stockholders of the '1 !

i company, and it has no effect on company rates for electric-! ;
ITEM 2: Florida Power Corporation is a taxpaying, ty. This Is not an unusual practice on the part of an Investor. "j

investor-owned utility. As such, it pays taxes to Alachua owned utility.

County to support county services and schools. Florida Power .. \
Corporation Is primarily responsible for much of the indus ",
trial development of the area, Including the new General ITEM 6: There I Is no evidence that any one has pressured

Electric plant north of Gainesville. This Is a part of a long- the Road Board to cancel the permit the city had to /4" '

:, term program for the development of the territory served by Install water lines to the Newberry Interchange nor that the .,,, %,i ,?
L* ", the company. Road Board hod put any pressure on the City regardlng'b/ *"*. .. It' ,

deadline for this installation. Yet the City, at considerable ,J z I

expense, apparently at overtime labor rates, working In the
ITEM 3 : During the development of our service to rural rain, on Sunday, and without having a single customer, ex-
Gainesville, we have made many efforts to arrive at a sotis- tended these water lines to the Newberry Interchange This -' ..

'J*f i factory determination of service areas for the City of Gainesville is In direct violation of Its own policy ordinance; and It I Is
) and Florida Power Corporation. There has been no claimed It was necessary to meet a Road Board deadline. :'

inclination on the part of the city or its utility department top This was reported as a secret decision, mode without an open

arrive at such an agreement, In spite of the fact that it Is meeting, agreed upon by three of the City Commissioners \ '!;', i.

completely uneconomic, unsafe, and contrary to the public without consultation with the other two who were In the Cityat

?, Interest to have two competing utilities serving the same the time.Tuesday's .
f Gainesville Sun reported that the City Commissionhad

voted to extend water, sewers and electric: lines beyondthe

|(I,, ITEM 4: Florida Power Corporation has provided electric city limits wherever they wish, Including on extension to

; : service at the location long before this was selected as Newberry Interchange. None of the extensions proposed will i "

.;b"' the route for the new 1-75 highway and its Newberry Inter- :add one cent to the tax revenues of Alachua County; on the .
If the City succeeds In driving tax-paying utilities
change. The increasing electric: requirements of this area contrary ,-
,1 are being met by Florida Power Corporation. It became apparent out of this area, Alachua County school funds and other I I
i '. .j.{ that a satisfactory water and sewer system would also revenues will be reduced The Municipal system of Gainesville "
'; be the pays no taxes comparable to those paid by these taxpaying .
I v ;, required to permit area to develop as It should. To *"
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ft. assist In the development of the area, and for the protection utilities .f.
L ?', of Its service area, Florida Power Corporation, openly and M! ;t' -II ,

4 without any subterfuge, Interested itself in helping to provide
f this service. We believe that the City of Gainesville should confine Itself

? \ Much has been said about the problem which might be ere- to providing utility services to its own citizens. It II extremely
1 ated by the installation of "inferior"water and sewer systems doubtful that the City will make any profit out of city extensions 1-

L In areas contiguous to Gainesville. This certainly could not outside the city limits because they will have to compete i'. .:
apply to the Newberry Road 1.75 Interchange area since the for every customer they try to get. ) I;
engineers designing and installing these services ore the :.

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4 Kennedys : Duke of Windsor Recovering Fast e.ht

HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) The operation Wednesday the duke "The duke tolerated the operation e' i ij
Gather At Duke of Windsor, operated on had chatted with the duchess,! extremely well," Dr.
for the removal of an arterial teased j his( nurse and discussed DeBakey said. "He should be
' blister the size of a large grape- his surgery with Dr. DeBakery. perfectly well."
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toward recovery. .e, GAINOVIUJ SHOWNO come : !
I PALM BEACH (AP) Mem- 'Dr., Michael, DeBakey) who i of Good Beef ,. 1101 MOUTH MAIN STUST y'5,
bers of the late President Ken- performed the abdominal tutiery C
nedy'i Jamlly made preparations said the former King EdCUT: AND WRAPPED 5fl
today for their annual ward VII of England should be
celebration of Christmas at the on his feet today and out of THE WAY YOU WANT IT lb.
Kennedy winter home here. Methodist Hospital within two

One of the highlights of the weeks. I I BARTON'S New Store
season was the arrival Wednesday The duke, 70, relinquished the -
of Sen. Edward M. Ken throne 28 years ago to marry I %'/2 Miles South of N.wberry on State Hwy. 41 A'T
nedy, D.-Maas., who has spent the former Wallace Warfield OPEN 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M. DAILY
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The young senator, who won:. -
; a full term in Congras while
M campaigning from a hospital: Core rusM rlfn,', d.u/e/ + s; I
I bed, walked unaided from a i pump trimmed In gold (litter
Boston hospital. end lustrous gold myltr.
Smiling, but looking pale and: $699
i walking with a list to one side,
Kennedy stepped from a commercial I
air liner at Miami and 9 MIDNIGHT
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I walked JO yards to the family

to plane Palm, Caroline Beach., which flew him (.c.......!It

Kennedy laid (the reason fcr Wr
the canted walk was a brace
which he will have to wear for
at least six months. SPECIALSTWO
He was accompanied by his
pretty wife, Joan, and greetedIn
Palm Beach by, their children \
Edward Jr. (Teddy) 3,
and Kara, 4. /
The younger Kennedys will
spend Christmas at a rented
home near that of his parents, : SPECIAL
former Ambassador and Mrs.
Kennedy left the hospital In f
Boston early Wednesday and
made a secret trip to the grave w IN YOUR CHOICE
of a friend who was killed in the 1 A SUITSIncluded
crash that injured the young OF 200 COLORS
He walked up an Icy hill and are
said a silent prayer at the grave Many Styles from
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II What Do Youngsters Think of Christmas? -- Boys Naughty, Public Apology :J wl"s'cLoltPORTAt.L :TJ Ry

II BEACON, N.Y. (AP) -Two ends to pay for the Christmas

young boys will soon be seen lights they destroyed with air r ri

Nine grade nchoolerj, two Jun. sheperd brang a wooly lam to era happy and praying to Jesus Three awards will be given In : around town carrying signs!rifles on Beacon's main street i j jI
for misses and high the little Christ child. The wise- and Cod."
high no three groups
age : ((1)) grade I I reading, "I am sorry I shot out t
schoolers have ,lent the. S un man brang gift of gold to So, you ice. It's like we saidIn' schoolers (2)) junior high and ((3) I the Christmas Put I I P. t
lights and blight I I'to
their writings on What the him. We love the little Christ announcing this Sun Christmas high school. Our check for $10 I am w G

Birth of Jesus Christ Means toMe child." time project. "Christmas will go to the religious or char I i soliciting money to pay for the Up a Fence C .

." And a fifth grader at P. K. Is a time for children" and they liable organization specified by damage." "a .C.II

And, though the entrants In Tongs penned these lines: can tell us a lot. the winner in each category. I It was either that or be lockedup NEW YORK (APEdward tN: CH Mt

the "Let's All Keep Christ In "While rich people have more But, we'd like to hear from Entries may not be more than In the Dutchess County Jail Horowitz, II, bought a 150-foot I I $4.98

Christmas" campaign are short then poor people, that does not many, many more. And, we plan 100 words. They should indicatethe I,over the long lot in midtown Manhattanat HOUSIWA. DEv
In number so far, they're longIn mean the rich are happier. Jesus next week to publish as manyas holidays.The a city auction for $23. USE YOJR

spirit. taught us that having lots of we can possibly find the name, address, age and I choice was given the "'I just took a chance," he J CENTRAL CHAR tfWlIIID
A second grader, 7, wroteIn for.We'U grade of the entrant Mall themto
age things does not make us happy apace : boys, not Identified because of said after Tuesday's purchase. ..
part, "Mary and Joseph hada accept entries for judging "Keep Christ In Christmas," I their ages when they appeared "It'' on a corner. Maybe I can
At Christmas what should makeus
little baby boy. The Angel through Monday noon, De- Gainesville Sun, or bring them Tuesday before Judge Thomas sell It to a neighbor and maybeI I I, 4aJtlcte .
lang a song of love to Him. The happy Is giving to make oth- cember 21. by the office. 'Lynch. They chose to solicit donations I. can put a sign up on It." 7 case OVe0oCN1CW1t/

over the next few week. The lot U ala inches wide. ............--

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1 I (APKeith NEW) PORT McCart RICHEY honkec, Fla d:. Taking Over | Having A Hard Time Getting Your Christmas Shopping Done During Regular Hours? '.

CHICAGO (AP) ComputersIn
the horn at the cow. The cow
U. S. offices have

then This horned happened the honk.after McCart/1,,I an reached estimated government an all-time$11 billion high expenditure with- I For Your Convenience: Most Stores In The Gainesville Shopping Center Will Be i !i

19, of New Port Richey, spotted, for this Item I .
the cow standing In the middleof ,
the highway Tuesday night. Gearing According House to, the C o expenditure m m e rce I \tt:!( !( :!( : tt( i 1

McCart stopped his car and I ft r
for 1064 represents an Increase
honked the horn. The cow, of $32 million over last year. 11 IDEAL STOCKING STUFFER! ;

charged and pierced the front ol More than one-halt of the expenditures .

McCart's car In two places. It are made by the De- i OPEN TIL

woods.then wandered away Into the fense Department.NOTICI or OILS Child's Tune-able Violin

NOTieS Or IMTIMTIOM YOU .'. horony mulled Mal tilt M'Ing includes Resin
TO tioiiTM. "enriout JAMS motor voMcloi' ion Chovro l o l ,
Purwont to fcenw Mao,, lod, I Ton HKA1IIMII) will I bo 1014M I
li.tuin, nolle li har.by flute 0401 MO: .public/ Ills" ot I oclocli on th. Mth I and Bow .
undonlgnodi NARY If XINKI. doday ol Docombor, lOAd ot OCOM County
.,1. "d'" thl firm h.10 i of. 'Kkorl., 17* Routo g, l.vvilU, Now 99'
DRY WALL CO uo'lNMVIUI J..oy.> Th. proc do M Olio Mil will bloppliod 9
iTHUCTION .In1r0IN' ., loehuo' Coun.tv firs to Iho pitmont of the com Reg.
Plorldi, Iniondi tn riglitir .aidIG ot roliklng, olortng' and ulo I 0laid
till.... ..... wxiir 040 ,To.lil... at tlfctmiiid motor vmlclo and tho coil of public. 1.35
intuw. i lion o> nolle of Mil and thon to Witintlifoctlon i ;
OATIO >t 0.1.111., Florid *I. ot the bilonco/ duo undor Ihiconlroct w I
ltd day ot Novomlur, 1M4. with DkK Ingiind" OonoroO.llv.ry I
Harry L. IlnHor Hntlngi Florida, _...
(:INn 11:17.: 21. ill 1T: Ins tho llnoncing' of told motor voniclony B MUSIC
ourpiui will bo paid to you tnd you P GRIDLEY t
LlOAL NOTICITht will romiln Iliblo, for any bilinco r* MI ,
Ufilvorilty of florldi will rofilvobin ''molnlng' uno.ld undor uld conlrict' ,
forfl. gM.m el. < w" COMMERCIAL' CPIDIT u
tin n "lndk.tld" btloo. Inl.r.p04 Mddoro CORPORATION
,, I'
mty oMiln fOrma. *.* olliir. In PO Oo0 1310 t! ONION tC tec!( !( tttt< ( rmiik, .or contorting fi"*,.sins... oinnvillo., Florldo F 'I j
Moll. U.
Dlvlllon. Room .06 Tla.rt ((30401 tl'I7
lily' ot PlorHo .. ...."., PlorldoMMoi ,
mod II:M Itiplio bin opofl tviryTundoy i I If Tho l/nlvinlly LltAL of Florida NOTICE will ,...,.. ,,Ii ALL REGULAR 3.99 r
o-4-Moioiiol: ttippllot bids eptn tviry44lot bid' 000 tho 0..1 0110 of Comm.1/ I
M.nd.y 3:00:C nil 01 IndlcitMl" blow. Intornlod' bib ,
f Nuclmnle ,Imlruminli, ID::M Dot d' moo obtain tormi _1II..1t... I
combo' 2NM" and olhir IniomiitlMi: by cmtoctlni thiMut I LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
+lM MoiMng Tooli II:00 DKomfcir Jttl Fur00..In0 Dlvia.1.I Rawn 100. Tloar4a0 / i i
If" .I.'lty of Florid." 0..11, ,
.US ttooiot II'M Boeomhor, M I'M4IM F l. 1
Library rVnlturo 11:00: Ooeombor44ltl pod Ilipln bldl (Mr) Ovlry'undoy
; i iI
Laboratory 'qul""", ,", K::N Ol fIOO'U""" "" bids epon" ovo r y I i
I ,
COmb 21 1IM Monday
T N. WILLI 4S-PI tchniul' ol Cou,... 10:M J... i i
DlrMtor of Purtttoilng uory 9. IMS OF EXTRA SPECIAL BARGAINS
cmn 110. i> 49-1 Tronllormon II:00 Jmuory I. 114)
NOTICU" UL1 411 Air Conditioning ol Tau Ipllloo PM

Von TO WHOM... "..IT.by MAY notlllod CONCKN 1'.1 I Will 01- I 1,M 1940 Cmtril Jinulry Plml|i 1HIH Unlit, 1030 January DURING THESE EXTRA HOURS TO HELP YOU 3.00
Mr f, loll sod Mil .' nolle MLtr to !
tail biditur for ,."'". 60.41 lilt ol surplus Proporly V:00Jinuiry
tho* tugltnt following and ant'ltfi llvoilocm en; I,. 1141 c FINISH YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AND SAVE
.. .0IM T. N WilllDlrtctor TOO 8
MM, rid with block .poit." "1" 'Ibl ol PurchlilngMMI c. "
.l wi low. brown .pp..e. 110 j 14
( 12:11.
two 11:00 gnu AM, .,rod on, OMh lh. Jim wpre diy IM ll IM>....ol.- IN THI CIRCUIT COURT OP FLORIDA Y

btr S I.:, 1IM Itn ,,ot..t.Airbus Oilwnvllli County florido Jill,,.to I3 IN IIOHTH AND POU JUDICIAL ALACHUA, CIRCUIT COUNTY) !j| Samples of Savings Offers Good 9 P.M.12 Midnight Only \j\ DIANA SHOPS '

lotlifv t clam for (tot. iwitH for AT LAW
foodlng'' d eoro, coil nir.nl. CITY Op A'NIiVlll'' !
M Crovom Countyaoimivlll Jr, thorltlAlKtiuo A Mu..IO.1 F1/Nlonar' Corpoatlon, !tiWVSWSG&QI: t( t: t( !(t( ( : ( : ( ECt( '4 t: t.: t( J U ( ( ( .: ( : ( tttRt( t( ec ,
Florida i j
null 11II oMAYa L..!LACK 1 Pa
: ," s LIST PRICE 12.98
.. 120 CAMERA
TU 01111
505 MM 1 I
w tfc Fe.NOTICI -- NO'TC"'O'/: : IMININT


fiiod said of too toflitnior/wflowiM Jor wrlillcifok'ri/,' *.:::or.*!dolwlng)lo All'Mnoni fla ..M..' :,.hnl- I TENNIS SHOES &
muni ttwrioir Ttii J ,IIIet.,
lo to / .mlar h I
__. uto. 10100004any or or 6J MIXETTE I
iwiniMro .nd .Year ol '"U IK. MKrtptim ........ of hmd hrilnitt.r dncrlbM .nd &
wd In. niiwiIn 3.95
ol I" roporiy th. following' pirion tog.lhor wllh all VALUE
,, which It was own* grg II 101. unknown 'poriono clolmlng by, through, s?
''or known who doidor i Rc
Orti'llcolo undor p.rwn .ro g.
No a City tl OilnnvllliVior who in not known to M dead or I '
ol ,...'... 044 ; g In White
0.,1"" ... ot Pnwwlri." till U t H ollvoiMrl. Moym. L, IlKk, I widow !'? U ficrum Udiu.'...."'. for 99 t S8e
Name Hili"In Addllltlt winch ....-.... Hto' N... Oalnr.wllFlorid.7i,' lot Unlvorilly.Avonug. i i i,#M C..r.Light -Strop.J Diitancg Siftinfi,, Lop,,. ". 1.29 Sf Only 8.88 jij
Sod luHL nooeiAil NO
ol laid .ro, '..rly bolng" In, "'. Tho loil 90035 hwt of tho Wool tl) U ;''S'u SIZES 7'/2-13'/2 and 3 to 9 &
County of Alochu. I. Ol rldoUnim fool of fNsulk Holt loio loutn w 1 J; 9 p.m.-midnight I
ouch corllllciio or urtlllciinllilll tool of Mulhw.it Ouortor (!* U| oltKtlon ;:;
M nxWmwd.,. otcorillng low 040pre50rty M, Townihlp, / t bull, Rng.If VM&tJ1% I!
"' "bed In Itch corlllleolo irtoriincotn Int' All bang' ond lying to, AlKhu./
will ho Mid to tho MghnitliMor Plnrldi, tI
it Ino _,I hIts door on IM 0,0, YOU.County AND IACH (If YOU, oro booby ,I W. T GRANT B Gulf Hardware
lint Monday In Monln ol Jmuory commonilM fo oppoor by filing, on .
Whl.h U Itio UK day of Jonuiry. 1141 .0000r fe 11.0 F.IIIIo 5orotOloro 111.1In -
Poiid tun "l day ol OocmMr, If" ,: inn Nut In th. above oniuiod Court: i .f a

Curk J S. CAKMICHAII.ol Circuit I Court' glAlKhuo nn tOIl or, to boMro mow tho who nth rlghl d.y, 1111.ol eocombor, 'lnl.i.itor ,. .b. &( ( ( (!( ( : t( etC tt( t( i ttt( tt( ::tt( t.t: t ;:;
County, PWrldoMil ,lloni. you, or ony of you, hivo 'In ( ( : tttt '
( ) '113:, ,in. l>, 24CALL .' and to tho obovo riiKrlbH pirc.l' wtd .. Famous KodelS & Wool Blend ( ( : ( ( ( ( (. ( (!(!(!(! It
F 1 Slob show cww why th. i.mo Mould MM Plain' Stretch or Mesh
Said Wdi will Do rotiivod by lui ho ,.k.. tar tho UIM and .purlom Ml i!
term. wrd ol Porto ond MlllorltllMomorlolo ,forth In tho Potlllon HIM MrolnWITNI1I 0 TODDLERS 2-Pc.
ol "'. Chimbw, ol Canmarc0eulld11g my hind and Mil of laid I SWEATERS U SEAMLESSNYLONS .
dlUnlwr111y AwnwtolMwIII Court on ISO lit diy gl Docomlwr, AD.,
riorld, until 4 l>,M, I IT.. ,IN4
J..wory .. I.M, far ttio blow d.Krlbod.rolKl J.0 CARMICHAIL.bob \:"' 1y FLANNELETTESLEEPERS i>
Mir Cryilol, llvir, riorldo. ( ot Iho Circuit Court \: CARDIGANS and PULLOVERS i
!..'. Pnloet' No IDS J017 tlIntflM Alachua County, PlorldoWAKE f
Crya.1, Mound RW.r.Muwumtido 510150, (COURT,,OIALII Emily W.rh.ut ..i Select groups in men and boys' sizes & /!
;ii.- Him-1 bo ownH ind r..d< D.alp Clerk B ,' Mill
gaud mblitly, 7110" &* rn."oo Of Mr4nt 131111 13.3. \11.:7 14 aADVSRTISlMlNT SALE

.bide.cc and h.>ot to occopt mo wave bid,' or any in colonany Mi("Nilornnllly. knl Inioriiiol or OIMto oil: PRICED 3 Pair 2.00WOODROW'S Assorted Prints \i s si

Idi ttio into Man ol octompmlod Florida, .by a binouoronlM UPRARIN'TOGO'I 5 99 6 99 77NEISNERS ", /i ii

( nor,...ol.. at ml M0000,105 Mo tl>on II.ol.IKo porcmlI bid, FROM All Sizes fr 5 Sizes I.)
whllh ihotl bo cortitud dwrk orenniori Boa-Rey. 89. Pr.KINNEYS 0

0....... A eiwck bid band Tads will'My ml bio M to occoptPluto IM. Without Nagging B.cko.h. &, F 1ff

011., Wowl Ibunn M iko fut nl4to.M*| : ffi
mod MMcllltotion for mil pool .frmk... ,oinlng. boob. bMd.>ho ond 9 SHOES ;
ort may bo McurMl Iron ArcMIMt Daold !! Inc'
*.WfO sad Arrtilloft Dm IroncllW ., 0ll w rbto sod s"nblo/ UM 00 e ii
N I. Pint ttmt. eiiMwIllo, Purd 500.0 W :that db4.10/or10:::: !i ii

III"Two. tb tI *00. dcCUmanls "0004 Mol0O1 44100 0o0"'=:: or sta.d atr le iI 9

.oi.ll Of by US 0..1 OK* Ml CorOr.0/o'o. Dtpnlll will far bo. 101b41n. "' ;.wine w0yb-114,'hw4a.d w.0$b0dd.r0/t.t1 drlnbm.lw..N NMil A.cthoo o 11: .:'ywrkkS"a4r ( ( ( ( ('(+.oh5wwk'1.1',1: i ( U : ( (:iw' t('. yikw!( f(!asi w c t w1414aa ( : : ( (!(1 tC !(t4.t:\ (
rttumtod uo to Ion dvl ottir oponlnoOl ? up o rwtlaoo 1000,00i1444 Ml4o.
bldl II Controctor' KM 10b,0N.1bnnafldo Oaoo'O PIta worh toot I. a wn.nt a GENUINE }1 Gu.ront..d .y Good Househ.pln it I 1
bid ond DM rotumM nw w.r.l I.bro..r4y Nl,0.llool,50,04, ,.to Famous ROCERS Lingerie
doe_"" In pool ._11I.... Documonttm 1110. 401000.1 solnl b1 b.ly ..... 9 j
.y bo .purchoMd by othoro Irom ltOrtblttcll >. o '" O'-ol.r solos ..d uls., .. PC0 AIRTIGHT COVERED
/ far IM N pr wt and Individml samh n,."...os 011.44., ,....r........I. "I It BELGIAN LINEN
"' .... will bo voilibio Irom Kwbtuo 0,111 dlc1.oba s.tbs N.d10 M 4orooolutpel :: BABY DOLL
printer ot coillirldo / .1 51? IS sib.' ,4 k14ooy, Sob..I BOWL
Roord Ol Plrlll ond MlllorkllMonMirloll OnJnp : := 51.04'5 sloop sad HANDBAGSMIXING SETa I:
Iowa ,, ::
p 101111 haw .
.>. ... wlW ..... I r
ay, N. I. Mill*. j*. .. ... I'
(20)110115.10,14 D',...... Plorldo Pl'b lorvko stow WD uu'g/ttJiSB.! .j'.hb UnbrtakobU flattx-Rust Proof-Coletr fait 9 PAJAMAS

: Excellent StUclion/ -Compart at $4.-57.00 9 Noiitltii-Aiiorttd Colon U' I ji

King Mobile Homes Inc. .,p I I, 2 99 TO 4 99 I ft* 4.98 Reg. 3.88 Rt 11.00,. VALUE 5.50 ,I., ./Vii is.

I Sheer Ov
s !t Limit One Per Customer Plcata I Piping/ end Trim-Petite, -Srrwll-.Medium! i;

'Invites to the
you see


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1 north main street at 10th avenue

with an -i--



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Open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

4920 N.W. 13th St. ph. 378-2311 h


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thursday' .. December, 1.7' 1964,_ Gainesville. s.-..!
.V I Santa Clause watch, dump truck, pedal car.

,Letters I North Pole Dan dump truck, bowling GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. .- OPEN 'TIL MIDNIGHT TONIGHT
set, black dress shoes, pedal
9 o.m.-9 Other Until
Santa, car. p.m. Days Christmas

I ; To Santa are sorry now. These are the Gerry dolly new
things we would like to have shoes, pull toys. t I
1 for Christmas. I We know we won't get everything 9 pM 12 MidnightI SPECIALTHURSDAY.
i, FOR THE YOUNG. AND YOUNG AT HEART Eddie train, football, we want but we will
I watch new belt, baseball bat, 'like the things we jet I
.: From Santa'i Mailbox at the New i pedal car. We love you Santa DEC. 17th ONLY
Post OfficeStma Mike basketball, basket, _Eddie, Mike, Danny at Gerry
Calwui would like a badminton s e t, a led a new jacket, a set ef teeny\
N.'J'ota ,. : rifle\ a gun with bullets, a football
weeny men with a tank and a, BOOK OF CHRISTMAS SONGS
Dear Santa or a basketball. I am five(
PMy,brother and I have a Ust yean old.Thank sick man with H. I want some! 99keeps
of toys you jive us. you very much. little toy soldiers And I guess I. BOTH FOR

A I want.,1..hloll shop a beauty Love,I I asked for enough and the ..._.as,..aaaa s..aa as.sassau s ar a a aa aa.asaa a.trssar.aaau
( shop,1skates, undlei, and. Erik Houtz other toys you can decide: what
etaats.MjT brother wants: Johnny 130 NW Mth Ten you _want to give me.
I O.MA.Big Brusw, Eire- e .
?bin! tran, race car. I wish I jet rod IXPIIT
,'all'the things I want I hope 4311 45th Ave. Tree Surgery
you will let all the things he
wants. Dear Santa Claus, I 'f"'I3'i.'
Your Friends, I saw you In the Christmas j *DrwartNt,
'Johnny & Frances Stormant Parade but I couldn't tell you w:ttTr.
3211 NW 10th St. what I wanted for Christmas.'r ... on givingWhen
I tried to tell that I want. .1
ZP.55. J *> In the pa. you .. .
,4sw J *" .1..
ed .
rade..- a Johnny seven and a at G....
Va room motor, and the rut ,...i.,
I W of the stuff I wanted, and why you give them the gifts fait help them" make merry
{Dear Santa Claui, I didn't to tell t&A.t by making music, Christmas pleasure endures,
I Is Susan Miriam i i get you what I .. not only It Increases ,
My name
IWeil. I am almost 7 years old. wanted Is because the older 20 N.W. IBM Are. PR 5-un through the years And at Gndley Music Co. you can buy on a new
r- -
boys were in the way. I want- M au.n.wKKKK
i I try to be a good air all of
,[the time. I try to hl'l l lp my eKKtKKKKKKKKKKK'tKKMKKKKKKK' rK ay tK+MIKKKK' ,
Mother. Please may I have alI NO INTERESTTime
sewing machine.My Mother has I IH Give A Gift
:a aewing machine too. My
|Mother will teach me bow tosew. LEJIr That Pleases EverybodyA
t| May I have ether Skipper -
or Alan, or Ken May IhVn Payment Plan

May I have a Barbie fashion i BEACHN7
hop, please I wanM! like to : d6'I
j lave a real little baby doll for i!I Super BY DEC. 21st AND EARNA
[Barbie. Please, r'do not want : s GRIDLEY MUSIC CO. WILL PAY THE INTERESTon
t,any more ears.. I am too old,;:v Model 7a FULL MONTH'S RETURN a 2 year plan ,,on any Piano or Organ pun
k to play with! c.... Thank you i g portable mixer chased at Gridley Music Co.., now through Christmas -
[fc very.. much. Love,I'' 1964 ".' r.> Jt.\\'. "

... Susan i Oily $1095 Guaranty FederalSavings 1
[dear Santa, : I
I-I hope you are fine and well I II & Loan AssociationOF 10?; DOWN
[l'love you\ and hope you will : I'' DOUBLE YOUR fUN WITH
Itet me acme toys GAINESVILLE tat ferment Net Due THE BEAUTIFUL NEW t

.'Trucks Doll 220 North Main Street Phone FR 2-8495 Until 1965
Use Your
: Centre Charge '
:.Tallking Baddltr. I
.". Thank you very moch : Heuseweres Dept. 'm' P.fklm' I. l..r-6fl...|.. Wisdew N'i
Roxiy Ann Townsend i Y b
Box 124 i
LaCrosse, Fla. I3fII RiJ ears awe Current Rot ELECTRA MATtC
Ii "Chartered and Supervised by 1f4
|Mr. Santa Cans I 41/4% 'the United Stotes Government" a bin choke eod.1e of dslgrer esseso eer
F 4'aaM e epln.t
(North Pole I f
,1 |'Dear Santa, I P" Annum Itch Account Insured Up T. [SPECIAL
I, I wish I could write to you I y f tEE PARKING ON TOWER LOT Compounded | THIBWIIKI
myself, but I have the chickent y SemI.Annually 10000.00 6 FREE ROLLS

t.!,pox, so Mama has to do -!It- -11 I'aM.wLL1U1 MIN D11UMaH D4IH1eN D6abaeOMTaaepaLaeN, yrr fevS

'': .'A Niw tunee
1' 1 /

1M-kI! DON'T LET THEM FOOL YOUI If you don't shop WOODROW before you buy Kimball

f, you will be "missing' opportunity to make that Chrlttmos GRAND,.PI toos.( ,M
A SANTA CLAUS dollar go further get the letesf styles. Wide selection. $1295 "
SAVE 10% TO 30% tint quality. m rchondle./ Melee thee man In yeur life = ,

happy. Your selection from WOODROW'S new fresh stock SPINET PIANOS "
will do'Just thet!
In Men's and Wear
; Specialist leys' for Florida $595 .

} 5WEATERSMEN'S- ra..'4.. SPORT t rev'y mamber!tre l-mitya "+
BIG-BIG SELECTION! SPORTCOATS NIW INSTRUMENT SAWomatl0re.and.automatl mpMe ........,.lIn...."...
j Ait ,m ch'.m.m compKUy housed tnt out of feW und"
The ladies of lop M4 of piciaTh
PULLOVERS CARDIGANS All Wool I e enfy pi SHIRTS I end buliful OMIIMT" llyllnfAM
Deep v Hi-Necks. and Trehollpeo |eIIIe In............,.fUltM or f ronth rtondiclol or ,
gall,Amartea eb/ee.,,cwilonifunwluf !
PI./ I. Ch .he
Models -
Regular ,........ .,....sal.. $ 99 A* U.I Oriel..1 Cv&wd r m kh pew
l 14 I 9 .r ....<, a..tfowo 041395
Wool -f Orion-:- Kodel Polyester J ;::... $15.00 MEN'S LONG SLEEVEand .....,.
Wool Mohair end Wool 4W TIp t.Tip Cell be c-t
Woven plaid flan tuned es a lIke .. tenor
Alpaca 50 O' nel. Smart patterns fulrer, bass or plectrum FREE CHRISTMAS DELIVERY r j
Solid Colors Panel Fronts Guaran* $399 banjo or baritoneuke.
Novelties, 50% Wool ,Dow.. I.. .

An I Ueel d. .
'*The Cream of the SWEATER Styles ...... ItyN.. with piece e..It.ble4.arahr Piano Lamps 10.95 UP
and Fabric Combinations .bef..I.frL.ee.l. CLASSIC ASSORTMENT c ." I
... $2499
BOTH. MEN AND BOYS' i'::':'$n.oo ; -A- PIM cotton. Do .

'*6"I $14 99DRESS : All Wool I and one bios l selection.,.stripes SJ.OO .1.Colorful Every... $399 GUITARSfrom I

-. Wool Blends + m,

k kA.J", J Jqf
......... .....$ 99I
Jq. A l FL h )q k. f TlMM e..,Ity v ... 32


kkks.:.. I kk ).i1

I? MEN'SJACKETS- J[ fry Solid button....r4.4", .. f 2'9 WITH' CYMIALCHRIHMAS $39500

SLACKS Ivy button dew fsoJeet
: ?(olds and fattorns. I
like big brothers.

The Ultimate 'In Motoring' Pleasure _
Fine tdlorjngln) on Ideal weight Just i ... .. .... ,.Ie a.. 99BOYS' "
'round Flordia wear '. 1 -sIIosb $12 .. SHORT SLEEVES
right for year y,,,-1f ::s. 1trJ///e
........,,,,' fE c:
Sizes 28 to 42 Chmfc. cefl.trs
Free Cuff'' MO Ivy tapered and toils 9 299 i
Skirt |acs
AlterationsSelected Ho / J.st Mucle
? Sons Ho CommercUle -

olors ,* NYLON QUILTED =snod.1 >In "" for T. On *e N.>.., fit M e..se1uO rA... b0' I sees dv ONLY
< patterns ..woe yw ((4.. .ewn lea tf. No MM t..ve.Nngso ., i,
i Other Dress Slacks ,,.,'6.95j-j -' .f99 men or '':. ...... v., .......v ywa..... Noe .... d5.e 040. ploy' $8950 1:
.... $1 Mee sixes, -M..XL.. 7"Ia ...r.weu.Fy. yeses ehp eve hose c-. 1ft end .hers e
;. *T .. IL I".' srsee 10 to 1/. ..........-. else I-I i..a.Nes ('S..,.
a_. SI4.11 ..

TI.emodelsandcuteveryboywant NEVER MISS A SALE AT WOODROW

Long lasting wear and good looks. ; 1004 N. Main St.:

sizes 10 to 18 vPr. GAINESVILLE Phone 372.5353




d ti

10 CalnesviHa Sun Thursday December IT, 1964

1 DEAR ABBY LOT OF OTHER lZEA50N5,700,. I Ia Iiafr

Whtt'l tour problamP 'er a ...-

Needs a Lift enl, ..,Ip. writ I. Akky, Ira IUS, (f

bwdY HIIU, C.II0212, mit L

'".Iu.. NIlNJJnre.d ee.RlP.d.Abigail ...
Van Buren
..1.,.. AIIr ."..., .M) nisi!.11.I !. I -



DEAR ABBY: Please tell me the truth about face lifting. gas, but I want to know If this gives her the right to EVERY YEAR, I'M THE ONE ---- '

\ I am 43 and at one time I was considered real beauty.I change the radio station I an listening to? And how about CREEP T1 IAT DObf IHJ BROOKLYN T GET NO r

I atlll have a slim figure, beautiful eyes and lovely hair, If she wants the window open or closed? Don't you think .. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. pd Q ,
but my face has "gone to pot," I have wrinkles and she should ask ME before going ahead and changing q t Q.a 1 I f( a
a I my jaws droop. I've seen movie stars who are older than things to suit her convenience and comfort? I have had

I, and they don't have a wrinkle on their faces. Something plenty of days ruined by this kind of a beginning. What do
j ts wrong somewhere. How long does a face lifting Job you suggest?
I last? I've heard it has to be done over every four or five READY TO DUMP HER r +, ANDNURL/NGT74EFULL
years. I wouldn't mind the pain or the expense. It would DEAR READYl Your passenger Is too presumptuous. If t/ ft4CEAFHSQ4EADTRRR
,i be worth every bit of It If I could look like I did ten yon can't tell her, dump her ., ,, v WNAMMYEU/L EYEFLEEGLE
: yean ago. Be honest with me, Abby. Don't tell me to grow C e v '',,*' SHOOTS DOWN MM R

; old gracefully.. You know how vain women are. DEAR ABBY: What la wrong with a person who brags, SANTA FKENDANDMNE CiAUS.f
I NO NAME, PLEASE brags endlessly? How this man goes on about himself and I r
DEAR NO NAME: The most obvious "truth" about face his accomplishment Is not to be believed. He Is truly a
lifting la that ao reputable plastic surgeon caa guaranteethe wonderful, generous person, Abby, and he doesn't have to SHE SAID VE WUZ GITTIN' I SET IN TH'CORNER
PATIENT thai he (or she) will be satisfied with the try constantly to sell people on how great, and charitable YORE SCHOOLMA'RM DID? I MORE*AN MORE LIKE ME TH'WHOLE BLESSETIWWEARIM'A
results which range all the way from highly successful and important he is. It Just breaks my heart to listen to E JEST DK PPEP W I EVER BtESSET DAY DUNCE HAT

to "wby-dldn'HIeeve-well-enoiigh-alone Yea cin'l always him, as I love him very much. He reads you, Abby. May .... JU6HAID, AN'SHE
believe your eyes. Many actresses wile are older be If you print this, It won't be necessary to lay anythingto SHORE PRAISED YOU r ''u
than you and "don't have a wrinkle" can thank skilled him. rJl UPTOTH'CKIES
cameramen and expert make-up artists. II you are Interested HEAVY-HEARTED
'I In plastic surgery, in to a specialist la this field and
DEAR DEA HEARTED: You are mistaken. This :
he will provide yon with all the answers.e L &
man Is not trying to sell people on how "great" he .. _

DEAR ABBY: There Is a woman who rides to work with He Is trying to sell hlnuelt He needs to keep building.1'

me every morning. She does pitch in to help pay for the himself up or he'll cave In. You see, he Is empty Inside. '

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the scantiest assigned to In the performances UiM O Movie 12:45 a Guiding Light
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more pressing task-he's Antoinette Con- Tokyo." (1942)) In 1942 1:00 O Midday
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led to the site of a bloody IM a 09 Basel IN: O Sunshine Almanac 09 Popeye's Pale

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Dear Heloise: two-feet long, Is excellent to put This way Helolm win be allover RlADY GPrT MYr BaE11E'f: Se12864NT -
Last year I did not lave timea. Whenever I buy a blanket I on the floor of yaks!
your car to absorb the house u IG tTAyU4 WITH U5 F +
make homemade '...... Bit stitch a line, as close to the the water and gook one TMlraQtil ryTM,

I leased hew te doctor UeStervbeegkt edge as possible, across the II drags Into the car. It Is also Home Anita EconomistDoa'tlwhhlceaMbeTThee M. Webb, Lr / aULLaTiN I t J
kind. ROAQD. rws
in binding. comfortable as a foot rest. p.
I talk a package el 'Y.&llelle No more split edges and the When the sponge rubber has I'd be there to help 0w MILL a e
whipped cream beat It binding will look absorbed yea penoaally.
nice for years. as much moisture as .
according to directions: dropped Mildred L possible Jut wring and rinse it HELOISE
ha sheet a tahlespoee of vanllto e and wring again then return It I
ta tack glom el eggnog (lit Dear Heloise: to the floor of your unpuddled e .

caa ase hnltatioa ran n.....- Did you know that when making car. ,Dear Heloise: rw

lag, sad the mixed tie twe. chicken or turkey dressingand I use two pieces of sponge Here is a bit of magic for the
I dU ..( have ,.. pHI taasy the eggs are a pale' color, rubber for the front and two for carpet, the one that has the
> haw ask see whether er that you can add a few dropsof the back floor of the car. cigarette burn, that .Is.
sad te eggMg was homemade. yellow food coloring and A ReaderS Unravel a thread from a

They all wasted the rwlpet you will have the most tempting e scrap of the carpet and cut h

B..'. another thlgg looking dressing? It will bea Dear Heloise: into pieces approximately one-

YM can bay bend let cream golden yellow.I fourth inch long. ,
Forgotten will
,mix aid .. ja haew thai yoe also add a few drops of this make our housework easier never and Coat the burned place with a

ale at eves have to key the yellow coloring to giblet ",I.,. your hints are too good to for good white glue and press the
...... when ..asf Ice cream MaggieI bits of thread into the glue.

sofa AH year have to ae Is add tied It. Maggie eU lit.,. It getSo here Is the best lightly but firmly. I
milk te II, whip. at ep, and peer looks Uke It', iMtfeJ with batter going cut memorymaster out the You will find that the burned fi ,!

tt hto yew eggnef bowl! This Blew y... I hints you want to ue and attach place can hardly be seen. I
la the best yet hit .M H happened HELOISE ; each : UU.YwYe I II
one to the area or
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that last year we could e item It relates to. For example, I right I pet a heavy o
find Ice mil ta the
not man Dear Heloise
: sewing hints near your sewingarea look over the palrhrd spot hr '
stores. So Mk hr M aid keep During bad wvathrr a thin and I
a boo t the a day er two Have always had
It .. head, gala plere: of sponge rubber, appIOl'Imltel garage pinned up in t he;tsccUea rtw'i.:
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Santas Car Dealer in New HomeMiller I,


Get Kick \ Brown Motors Inc.,' regard customer service after- Since its opening In 1958,

local authorized Volkswagen the sale as being even more Miller Brown Motors Inc. bas
the SUN dealership today moved Into a important than the sale itself delivered 1.J71 new Volkswagens 9 .A.M. TO 8 .tM.
Out new $$:!SOOOO sales and service'
of Job And good service requires not to its customers and has
"home" at 4222 NW 13th Street. SATURDAY AND MONDAY
only adequate but outstanding been active as well in the used
II as the latest step In an expansion
December 19th and 21 if'
car business
DALLAS, Tex. (AP) There
OLICE, FIRE REPORT 902 NW 2nd St., a son Mr. and modernization program
Accident Roundup and Mrs. Elliott ; aren't enough Santa Clauses to started six months ago. Miller said his company'snew At the time It opened, the e-e :\t;:
Sheffield, 1052 go around this year,says HenryJ. F. C. Miller, president of the 22,000 square foot stuc- dealership employed six per
jtvolved in accidents reportby NE 19th PI, a son; Mr. and McCluskey of the Texas Employment automobile agency, said the ture; on a three-acre site sons. It now employs a staff of 8 A.M. TO 5:30 P.'i
[ the Gainesville Police Mrs. William Peters, 621 NE Commission. He move from the company's previous includes an IS-stall department, 42. TUESDAY THRU THURSDAY.
and Ala h
rtment the c u anty 2nd St., a son; Mr. and Mrs. blames disgruntled youngsters. headquarters at 1030 E. 14[ of the stalls equipped with '
Sheriff's Office December 22nd 24th
during Walter Coleman, Alachua, Fla University Ave. "was due to Volkswagen hoists for maxi A few determined hikers have -
hours "There Is a high Incidence of
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a son. children kicking Santas In the the Increasing popularity of the mum efficiency. The parts and walked the full length ot the e-e
ram R. Cross 214 R Flavet "
Volkswagen In this area. service department measures 92 .
Hand'Eric J. Brill, 424 NW ADMITTED: : shins for not complying\ with 2,050 mile Appalachian Trail.
"When we opened our deal feet wide and t7 feet long whilea WE WILL BE CLOSED
St., at 8:12: p.m. Wednesat Mr. Johnnie Ellis, Mrs. Mary requests" registered in prior ership on a one-acre plot six paint and body repair shop
W. University Ave. and Lee Grady, Clifford A lit on, years he said. years ago, we were certain the with 1,000 square feet under ElectricalMotors CHRISTMAS DAY AND
[Ter. Mrs. Reba R. Sheffield, Mabel "The positions of Santa ClausIn Volkswagen would be well received ,roof Is located at the rear. The
ugh J. Underwood 417 SE Vldeon, Charlotte A. Dunn. such places as departmentstores but its success has been i body shop has 11 stalls with SATURDAY, DEC. 26THI3tIIFuse.
St. and Mrs. William M. George D. Curry, Florence and shopping centers even greater than we hoped Asa two Volkswagen hoists and two I Installed
cper. J44 SW 26th St., at 4 01 Zimmerman Mrs. Joyce Smith are not being readily taken.I result, our service capacity spray booths.WATER S Reildentlot a Commtrcltl' :
Wednesday at NW 6th St. Kay D. White, Mrs. Mary B. We've placed five or six, but we I- the number of cars our S 'Imfuitrlal i., .
3rd Ave. Duncan could have placed 15 or 20 shop could handle In a single and ICE TEA
Mr. J. Lance Lazon CALL
A. DeMiller II, 4023 SW "Some of the applicants day was quickly outstrippedby
dgar potential GLASSES
by Jr., all of Gainesville tM
i St. and Iva S. Turner, Gen- Richard ; have said they'd Just rather the number of Volkswagensin ... Motth R.t'.ur.ntl P. Dressler .. < wiGtntpiwy
Li Delivery, at 3:28: p.m. Wed Gray, Tampa, Fla: not do this sort of work this our market area. SPENCECHIMICAL Electrical) Contractor ,
Mrs. Clarita
day at E. University Ave. Crownover, Cross year." "That meant we had to go Phone FR 6-6193 fREE PARKING ON TONER LOT
City, Fla.; Mary McDonald, SUPPLY CO.
2nd St. ahead with plans for our new
Santa Fe, Fla Gregory T. j n 2-2114 910 N.W. 4th St.
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Ruth Coleman Alachua Fla.;
At 8:08: a.m. Wednesday, a
Willa Jean Hudson, Williston, .
e at the Gainesville Nursing
Fla; Florence I. Hunter Ala iI' ;
|>me. Damage undetermined.

I\t injuries.10:27 a.m. Wednesday, a chua Hawthorne Fla.,; Fla.Emma; Mrs.I. Beulah Martin If you knew what the experts know \

Jackson F I
ffectiva gas line In the 700 Micanopy, a.: 1l ,
Adam Harris, High Springs, :
ck of SW 3rd St. No fire. I
Fla; Mrs. Carol Ann Cheek,

GENERAL December HOSPITAL 16, 1M4 Cross City, Fla. about Diamond Rings..you would always J. .


Ii [Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Grady, Mr.Adkmson Don H., Clyatt Mr. Mrs.John tells R.. go to GORDON'S for the best values. ''1\\\ ; '

Weeks A. C. Thompson; Mrs. .
detergents I Ann Jolley Mr. Frederlch 5 41\ t'

Buchholz, Scott Edward Rich- OPEN A CHARGE '
\Are Problem ey, Mrs. Lenna Stephens, Mrs. ACCOUNT.e PAY WEEKLY OR MONTHLY

Martha J. Martin and baby .. _
[URBANA, m. (APDeter) boy, Bonnie Williams, Mrs
ents and their Inability to Eula Cabaniss, Mr Gerald Williams !- t1 i 1.t .
|reak down in sewage disposal Mrs. Patricia Fuller.
stems have scientists search- Mr. William Lear, Mrs. Edith
; for ways to solve the prob Neale, Inex Anderson, Mrs
lem. Betsy Boneslo, Karen Lund I Ii
, )
I Sutdies show that, in addition quist, Clifford Allton Mrs. Patricia .
their failure to be digested Cash and baby. i

he petroleum-based detergents
nterfere with the normal pro- ia
i action of gas during the sew- .c.Iuu1n.n.. : e. / c. o. w
I pge digestion process.
University of Illinois specialists InaPSPICT

say detergents are toxic to II" ,
Fat-based deter.I ,
he bacteria. 1I'
gents readily break down in Y'i mi rr is... --u ;
I losed sewage systems. Earlier I _) ANEW. I _
: studies indicate the presence of I < /": SCHWINN _
I air, such as in streams or in MAKE THIS CHRISTMASTHE
!t aerated sewage systems, fat-i BEST OF ALL
4 t bayed detergents were more WITHA
readily digested than alky,I NEW SCHWINN r
benzine sulphontte detergents

Sewage organisms must be
tile to digest waste materials

III the absence of air because' SHOP _
septic tnaks and cesspools are 615 W. UNIV. AVE.

narrated. I j----1-- _' _.

Consolidateyour 1

bills and M

get extra cash

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expenses j


With aa Associates I IBiD

Consolidation LoanThere's r i 'j a

no reason to let unpaid bffls stand Lathe a v w a jy.I v

need for the hohdays.
wa,of the thYou I
With an AociaU Bill Consolidation Loan

enough to pay all your bfo fa "
borrow q -
yon can: iii ill .
fan phis enough extra to take care of your holiday -I II ..

needs.Then you can start next year with OPEN AN ACCOUNT IN MINUTES A. lUry dI.-.dt hi ft* N' ..,.......,.....WM I Mt IIMI
month. payment moss terM gold!WId...... 14-f49'r1." dMfwxid.. 1200
only t payment a
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elect. DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA 7._.11III f1nends IS'J 0. Lewh"Curlew"b4dd sells
C. J4kM sold krkM ... kM 4 aea..e psi Me a sp.raan5113S
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personal,burinees or pol'-*"* DM 14 k rt sold il Ml

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12 Gainesville Sun Thursday, December 17, 1964

111 Oil[liE! Ell fl Teen Time Council Plans .Dance-. I Country Club Lists Holiday Parties 1 1First f

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.; :_fI at of several parties planned aumsteln.. ner dance will be given December New Year's Day, the gol 1 If
through the Yuletide Sea, December 30, a Teen Dance 31 with members privilcdg- course and snack bar will b,
son by the Gainesville Colt and for Junior high school studentsIs 'ed to bring both In and out of open although the club will bt
I BUB THEFffflILY Country Club will be the an planned from 7.30 to 10:30: town guests. Dinner Is to be closed.
nual Christmas party Saturday pm. Party clothes are to be II served from 7 until, 10 p.m. ---T.
-., night for members and out of worn. Hosts for this party will with dancing from I p.m. until
: ; u town guests only. be Mr. and Mrs. Ned Scott and 1 am. Ever add chopped figs to that

An hor d'oeuvres and eggnog! Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Courtney. Reservations must be made breakfast oatmeal? Serve with
party Is scheduled from 7 to Annual New Year's Eve din- for the New Year's Eve event brown sugar and cream.
f y 8:30 I: p.m. Saturday with dinner :
from 7 to 10 p.m. and
dancing from 9 p.rn. until 1 l SPORTSWEAR LINGERIE
;:,.-. Ruth WeimerWomen's Century
am.Reservations Blouses Lady Manhattan Pajamas ,
-.::; Editor for this semi Skirts Cos Cob Gowns
formal affair should be made.
Parties for children of memo Stacks ,o, r, Robes

w, ;InauguralReception 41Discussing bers are being planned next I Sweaters cL; Peignoirs "
+ week with two arranged Sunday Shorts Slips :;
-: afternoon.A .
Santa Claus party Is list- : '
t. FOr
ed In the club ballroom from I i :
t 41 w 3 until C:311: p.m. for young
children. Age groups will Include HER
Planned j tk. .
> f .it s
; pre school, first, second'
arrangements for the annual Teen Time Christmas Dance this 'I 1
;; and third grade children o f ?
[J Friday evening are the officers, left to right Miss Arlene Howard, secretary; members. Hostesses for this';I 4 at Christmas ti
WASHINCTON Mrs. Cliff Jimmy Itarkley, vice-president, Miss Bill Kid well, president, and Miss Barbara party are Mrs. W. C. Thomas,
II Z.'on* Davis, wife of the Repre- Alvarez, secretary and Mrs. R. L. Kaeslin, Youth Director of the City Recreation Jr. and Mrs. Howard McKinney -
A I 12 tentative from Tennessee, will Center. Dressy clothes are to be worn for the dance, scheduled from 7:30 Burlington JJlatul'/s
i \ ;. serve as chairman of the Host until 10 p.m. The new Council officers were chosen at last week's dance whena Children of members In the I v } Shadowiine
pltality Committee of the 1963J
voting machine used In the election.
fourth, fifth and sixth
Dale I grades
Presidential Inaugural, I
311 NW 13th St.
: w Miller, Inaugural Commit tee will be entertained from 2 to "
I, Chairman, announced today. 4:30: p.m. in the Teen Roo m.I

\ *. Mrs. Davis, a long-time friend rJJ i6I Mrs.and Mrs.Charles Philip Barton inkos are on to I

i Johnson I 1 serve as hostesses. OUTFITS ACCESSORIES

, ,- ----- -. December 23, the semiformal Dresses Serbin Jewelry

:-matlon Service, the production I TODAY, Decembej 17 fred Hazen, Primrose Inn. I Nelson, fiancee of Ronald lege Christmas and senior dance high for schoo col-I .. Suits Nardis Cosmetics
distribution of the Coordinates Mancini .
and Inaug- Wedding of Miss Jean Carver ; students will be held Stockings
.. Rehearsal dinner for Miss Wigjjing, 3:30: p.m., Mrs. R. from
and the Die
Guide Book,
oral daughter of Mr. and Mary Ruth Hazen and their E. L. Greene and her daugh- 8:30 until 11:30 p.m. Music for Ensembles Jr. Theme Knee Socks
tinguished Monday, January L a dies'18.I Reception Mrs. W. G. Carver of Lake- son, Ted Raymond Brown, ters, Miss Lois Wheeler and dancing will be played by the Formals Lynbrook Handbags
land and Chester Burt 7:30: p.m., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miss Betty Jane Greene, 805 Barracudas. Hostess chairman OPEN 8:30 A.M. UNTIL 9 P.M. THRU DEC. 23
I Working with Mn. Davis Os-on Chance,'son of Dr. and Mrs. mond W. Brown, GainesvilleGolf NW list Terrace. for this event Is Mrs. Mitchell
will be Mrs.
the reception
Dean Chance of Coconut and Country Club.
car L. Chapman, chairman, Grove, 8 p.m., University Informal party to compli-
and Mrs. Henry IL Fowler,
Methodist Church. Recep- ment Miss Betty Pound and
cochairman.The first event of the Inaugural tion following at the home of her fiance, Alvin Alsobrook,
festivities, the Distinguished Rev. and Mrs. Thaxton 8:30: p.m. Dr. and Mrs. S. A. ADZALE'SII)1A1&IIIWtA1tIJ
Ladles Reception will be Springfield. Hussey and Mr. and Mrs
held from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Luncheon complimenting i Leo J. Thomas, 530 NW 23rd.
Miss Betty Pound, bride-elect
National Gallery of Art. SATURDAY, December 1)
The First Lady and Mrs. Hubert of Alvin Alsobrook, 12:30: p.
wife of the m., Mrs. J. Malcolm Alday Wedding of Miss Mary &
H. ,
Ruth Hazen, daughter of Mr.,
Vice President elect, will be land her daughter, Mrs. William
and Mrs. Winfred Hazen, and
honored guests along with wivesof George McCrea, Holiday
Inn.FRIDAY. Ted Raymond Brown, son of
Cabinet members, worn en
December 18 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W.
who hold Presidential appointments
and women Members of Bridesmaids luncheon hon Brown of Middletown, Ohio, MEANSCARAT
Congress.! oring Miss Caroline Steckert, 4 p.m., First Baptist Church.
Mrs. Davis announced that bride-elect of John E. HudsonJr. Reception following at the
5,000 Invitations wilt go out to ., Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpatrick Alpha Delta PI House.
women attending the Inaugural and Mrs. John W. Klrkpat Bridesmaids luncheon hon
festivities and that four receiving rick III, Gainesville Golf oring Miss Beth Meadows, GREATER DIAMOND VALUE
lines will be formed at the and Country Club. bride-elect of,Shelton Boyles,
Gallery to greet them. Congressional Rehearsal dinner for Miss noon, Mrs. Paul Symsor,
wives will serve as hostesses Caroline Steckert and their Holiday Inn.Rehearsal.
and be assisted by 100 son, John E. Hudson Jr., 145p : dinner honoring
Junior hostesses. The guests .:,, Mr, and Mn. John E. I Miss Beth Meadows and PER PER DOLLAR !
will be entertained by the Marine I .'Ilea song tanquel.1toom, Park I their1 son, Shelton Boyles,
I Band. Lane Cafeteria.. Mr. and M r.. D. Carlos
The Inaugural In formation Bridesmaids luncheon 1 pm. Boyles, Primrose Inn.
,Service will operate 20 information Miss Mary Ruth Hessen Tea complimenting Miss
I desks at various hotels and her mother, Mrs. Win- Julie Cheves, fiancee of William ONE FULL CARAT OF
I and terminals around Washing N. Babcock, Daytona DIAMONDS TOTAL WEIGHT
= ton beginning the Sunday before Holiday PartyPlanned Beach, 2:30: to 4 p.m.., Miss
1 : "- Inauguration, January 17, as Judy Spurlock, Miss Kathryn
well as a Central Information By Brooke and Mrs. Donald
: Center at the Inaugural Com- Brooke, at the letter's home, 1t
mlttee offices. Serving I << as BSPhi ChapterHusbands Dinner honoring Miss Bet aw YOUR CHOICE
I : chairman of the Information will be guests for ty Pound and her fiancee, Alvin n fi OF MANY DESIGNSqS269
1 Service will be Mrs. Harvey S. the Christmas party of Alpha Alsobrook, Mr. and Mrs.E. .
Z, Perloff, assisted by Mri. Joseph' Lambda chapter of Beta Sig- Flnlcy Cannon Jr., Matt
I : Place and Mrs. Arthur M. Pros- ma Phi sorority Saturday evening Cannon and Mr. and Mrs.
terman. I at the home of Mrs. William Newton Ebaugh and William
: A Guldo Bonk containing Information T Chesnut Jr., 306 NE Bennett, at the Cannon home,
the Inaugural Sixth Avenue.Following .
on <<
207 NE Ninth Avenue.
: events as well as suggestionson : a smorgasbord
Wedding of Miss Caroline
sight.seeing trips In the. dinner, a gift exchange between -
Steckert of Mrs.
: Washington metropolitan area secret sisters will beheld -
: and a directory of state societies end gifts will be presented William H. Steckert. and
o will be distributed free of to husbands of members. John Evans Hudson Jr., son \
charge to all attending the Inauguration Arrangements for the holiday of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hudson
events. event were completed during 2 p.m., Holy Trinity
t Mrs. Irvin A. Hoff Is chair-' a recent meeting with Mrs. Episcopal Church. Reception
man of the Guide Book Committee William D. Baker.Co following In the Patio Room
assisted by Mrs. PaulB. hostess and program of the Hotel Thomas.
LIndsey and Mrs. Wendell L. chairman for the evening was SUNDAY December ZO
: .Lund.. Mrs. Allan 0. Bacr Jr. Tea honoring Miss Kay


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dren. In a genuine American Student Guests Cuba; Gloria Vilaret, Cuba; Elsa :China, Us h a Malik, India;

..:.; the Colored Community festivity, a pre holiday tea, !Mrs Glenn Farris and Mrs. Ramirez, Venezuela; Celia Plerette Coupal!, Canada; Man-
were University of Florida coeds Robert Scarborough were special Lescano, Cuba; Clorida Sanchez itt Johar, India; Mrs. Snob
ADDED ANOTHER guests and Mrs. StanleyP Cuba; Lourdes Gutierrez, Sharama, India; Sonja Sioson,
News Items for this paw should be dy phone at FR -5753.. Do not send and wives of students from Franklin assisted with trans Cuba; Rosa Elena Martinez, Philippines; Lata Deshpandc.
editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or birected to Ben F. Childs, Colored News WORD TO ITS NAME 12 foreign countries. I portation. Cuba; !Marguerite Bachmann, India; Fawzeya Ismail, Egypt;

items directly to the Sun office. WASHINGTON The Association They were feted at the an, Other guests attending were: France; Ana G. Serrano, Cuba; Masako Hoshlda, Japan; Olga
." .-. iu..r.l .r"_.a. wt>.. ivill able, will bt few* M PM k. of State Universities and nual Christmas event by the Ex. Tashiko Tomita, Japan; Olga Elsa Saavedia, Cuba; Consuelo de Lopez, Venezuela, and Om-

ASSEMBLY SUCCESS I The advertised Public Talk, evening worship, J' p.m. Rev. Land. Grant Colleges last week ecutive Board of the University .Wejche,_Cuba; Bertha Guilarte Malngot Trinidad; Neda dcSan-his S. Kochhar, India.
The the Word I added another word to Its name.It .
"Speak of I "Our Divided World Is it H. Kinsey pastor. Women's Club at the home of
_God with Boldness" assemblyH Here to Stay?", delivered by Spring Hill Baptist Sunday Is now the National Association Koret LINGERIE
Mrs. John Vandyke SaundcrsSunday SPORTSWEAR
Jehovah's Witnesses opened the District Supervisor, was School, 10 a.m.; morning warship of State Universities and Century
Friday, Dec. 11, at the R.J.E.'filled with Instructive Information 11 a.m.; and evening wor- Land Grant Colleges. afternoon e Blouses Lady Manhattan Pajamas

: High School In Starke, with J.: This talk was received'ship, 6:30: p.m. Rev. T. D. Davis The change reflects an amal- Guests were greeted by Mrs. e Skirts Cos Cob Gowns
.A. Thompson, Jr., the chair.,with acclaim in Starke as well pastor; Mrs. Catherine Me- gamation which took place a W. C. Thomas Jr., and Mrs. R. e Slacks Robes
Limn of the assembly and also as other areas that Mr.' Gill, reporter. year ago of the three major as- D. Coddmgtcn, who presentedeach
the District Supervisor, speak.Hog Thompson served as he traveled Pilgrim Rest Church of Christin sociation of state universities with a Christmas decorated e Sweaters Peignoirs
". on the theme: "Speak the on his District from Key' Unity Sunday School 10 and Land Grant Colleges name tag. e Shorts a Slips
Word of God with Boldness. West to Virginia.He I' a.m.; and afternoon worship, the State Universities Association -
It was evident from the begin-1 pointed out to his audience 3:30: p.m. Elder Rufus Armstrong and the National Association Mrs. John Baxter, presidentof For '
the Women's Club, and !Mrs.
fling that Jehovah's Witnesses that it Is not the racial pastor; Mrs. Mary Hall, of State Universities. The
Saunders received the
would be greatly encouraged at or economic differences that reporter. combined membership now guestsIn
this assembly to be outspoken caused the division in the Friendship Baptist unday stands at 9T Institutions in the the entry hall, which was HERat
'In their proclaiming of the world, but the selfish ambition School, 9.30: a.m.; morning worship 50 states and Puerto Ric'o.From with a Della Robbia wreath. I \ L
word of God to others. i that characterized mankind to 11 a.m.; and evening worship Rose Circle DecoratesMrs. { .
The purpose of this three-day 7 p.m. Rev. D. E. White, Florida A&M Unlversl at Christmas
assembly was to equip Jeho-: audience of 731 persons pastor. ty, Tallahassee, Dr. George Saunders was assisted,
vah's Witnesses in Circuit Num. were told that the times in Mt. Carmel Baptist There W. Gore Jr., president, headeda I in decorating by members of
?.. ber 34, Florida and Georgia,:which we live are never to will be Teachers' Meeting today delegation composed of: Dr. the Rose Circle of. the Gainesville I Burlington 1 \r ,. ? r/2GlLS' Shodowline
Garden Club.A
.... comprising 18 Congregations of be repeated. God's Word ad- 7:30: p.m.; and Choir will .art
Clmita A. Ford, head, Depart
Christian ministers, with further vises each Christian to Speakthe have its rehearsal tomorrow 8 hand crocheted cloth ,
_-. information for carrying on, Truth Boldly. Jehovah's p.m. Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; ment of Home Economics; Dr. made by Mrs. Saunders' moth. 311 NW 13eh St.
the great witness for Jehovah Witnesses are taking this Instruction Mrs. Esther Hamm, reporter. C. E. Walker, dean, School of er, covered the table In the '

; God's Kingdom, that is being, to heart and buyingout Agriculture and Home Economics living room and was centered
given In at least 194 lands and' the opportune time. (Eph. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSMt / ; M. S. Thomas, director, with red and pink roses A tra OUTFITS
Islands of the Sea today. I' 5:15, 16)). I Pleasant Methodist Vocational TechnlcaI'In ati- ditional Christmas tree, and a I ACCESSORIES
Choir No. I will have Its re-
:. This was shown by all receiving hand painted Spanish creche i e Dresses Serbin Jewelry
PERSONALSMrs. I hearsal today, 7:30: p.m. Next tute; Dr. Lucy Rose Adams, '
were used.hi carrying out the
Instructions in the Mm-
Hortense Morris, M r a.,Sunday Is Christmas Sun day head, Dcprtment of Businessand Christmas theme I' Suits Nordis Cosmetics
"Ullstry School with five
principal,Susie Waters, Mrs. A I ease Choir No. 1 will present its an- professor of business; Mrs Coordinates Mancini Stockings
lot speakers demonstrating from the God's art: McNeil, J. R. Strraln, Sherry nual Christmas Cantata at 11 Thelma T. Gorham, acting director In the Florida room, a red i Ensembles Jr Theme Knee Socks
Speaking Boldly, Wallace and Rallegh Wallace, a.m. The Church School's program of public relations anij cloth, overlaid with red net t
: "Word. They were given commendation all of Williston, motored to Is set for t p.m. E a c b associate professor of journalism graced the refreshment table Formals Lynbrook Handbags"
and counsel for Improvement I Tampa last Sunday and visited member Is asked to give the ; and Dr. Leander J. Shaw Red roses and tapers accentedthe I OPEN 8:30 A.M. UNTIL 9 P.M. THRU DF'
in their ministry.The with Mrs. L. A. Williams, who church a Christmas gift of $5. dean, Graduate School. holiday decor. I
Service Meeting of Jehovah's -' ---- --- --
is ill in a hospital the Can we depend on you for you
Witnesses was conduct. $5. Please help us to rail e "
(Mrs. Bessie Mae Wesley, re-
: ed by Flax Livingston, the cir porter.) 3000. Rev. W. M. Ferguson, ,4' ;
cuit supervisor of Circuit Number Mrs. Marian Childs, a teacher pastor.
34, who travels extensivelyto In the Wiiliston Public Johnson Chapel Baptist AT ZALE'SGREATER
congregations in North Flor- School System, was visiting In Choir No. 2 will have its rehearsal .
ida and South Georgia. The Gainesville the past weekend. today, 7:30: p.m.; and then
theme: "Love, Jehovah's Wayto Miss Mary Barker and Miss will be Christmas rehearsal Frt )
build Ministers" was appropriate Minnie Irvin, both of Quincy day, 7 p.m. Rev. W. J. Taylor, I
showing that love was were guests of Miss Irvln'i pastor; Mrs. H. Peterson, assistant DIAMOND VAl
needed, both of God and to, relatives here yesterday.Mrs. reporter.
Neighbors to speak boldly Laura Williams left Brooker Greater Bell Methodist
Saturday's program was designed yesterday for Bartow because Sunday School, 10 a.m.
to further encourage of business. She will be away morning worship, 11 ant: and i
boldness with J. Solomon andS. for several days. the A. I.. Mebane School chorus MEANS
Lewis of Jacksonville, encouraging I Miss Ann Miller of Ocala, will present the "Messiah" under -
: all as ambassadorsof passed through Gainesville yesterday the direction of D. R. Wll
the Good news to "Boldly en route to Jacksonville liams, 7.30 p.m. Rev. A. J. Anderson
declare the Good News." I Mrs. Helen West of Tampa, pastor; Mrs. Nellls
There were 580 persons pre' who has been visiting here the Moore, reporter. GREATER DIAMOND VALUE
: sent Saturday evening at the past week with her sister, Mrs.' Mt. Moriah Baptist There
showing of the Society's two- Mary Norwood, left yesterday will be Christmas rehearsal to-
hour film, "Proclaiming 'Ev for her home dayS p.m., and also Choir No,
: erlasting Good News' Around 2 will have its rehearsal, 7 p.m,
the World." This film high: Rev. L A. Tillman, pastor. PER CARAT PER DOLLAR !
: lighted the Influence of the VISIT CAMPUSRepresentatives

modern day Babylon on the from the SPECIAL NOTICE
lives of all persons today. It Martin Company, Orlando, visited Duval Elementary School will
: also showed the blessings and Volusla County Community present a Christmas program -
joys received by getting out I College campus Tuesday. Thursday, Dec. 17, at 7:30
: jrom under the influence of'They visited the President and p.m. ONE FULL CARAT OF DIAMONDS TOTAL WEIGHT

modern Babylon. I' they were given a briefing on Parents and friends are Invited
Z There were 21 new ministers the way of work by Community to be present. !
who gave their lives to Jeho- Relations Director Maxwell
van and symbolized this by water W. Saxon. NOTICE ,
: Immersion. They interviewed the deans The Floral Court of Lodge NoM .' YOUR CHOICE
The last day of the assembly and discussed employment will hold Its last meeting in OF MANY DESIGNS
H was highlighted by discourses possibilities, examinations for the year Friday I p.m. at the
by our District and Circuit Su"pcrvlsors. employment and the weaknessed regular meeting place. Mrs.
They were showing of employees in both performance rinrie DcBose, president; Mrs.
Repeatedly that we should according on examinations and Ellen Turner, secretary; Mrs.'
to Acts 4.31, be "Fill the efficiency in their work. Dollie Parrls, reporter. $269
ed with the Holy Spirit and
speak the word of God with CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS/ ALACIIUA NEWS I .
Boldness." East Side Church of God in Plans Christmas Program
L. Richardson of Jacksonville Christ Sunday School, 10 The New Hope Baptist Church.. 1'
that morning emphatically a.m.; morning worship; 11:30: will have its Christmas program Convenient Terms ,
stressed that the Good '.m.t morning worship, 11:30: on Dec. 24 at I:30 p.m. at the
news Is to be shared, not Workers' meeting (30: p.m.; church.
guarded selfishly for one's own I and evening worship, 1.30: p.m. The public Is Invited. Rev. R.
personal benefit. If shared Rev. J. C. Williams\ pastor; L. TUlman, pastor; Mrs. D. L.
with others it shows our concern Mrs. Williams, reporter. Williams, reporter.INMEMOR1AM .
for the welfare of others Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
and expresses our love of our Sunday School, I:30 a.m.;
11 and In of Mrs. An-I
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Get Kick Miller Brown Motors Inc., regard customer service after- Since its opening In 1958,
local authorized/ Volkswagen the sale! as being even more Miller Brown Motors Inc. has
dealership today moved into a Important than the sale Itself. delivered 1,871 new Volkswagens 9 A.M. TO 8 P.M.

I Out of Job new $250,000 tales and service And good service requires not to Its customers and has SATURDAY AND MONDAY
"home" at 4222 NW 13th Street,
only adequate but outstanding been active as well In (the used
as ,the/ latest step In an expansion
I'' car business.At December 19th and 21st
DALLAS facilities.
Tex. (AP) Ther.aren'C .
FIRE REPORT 902 NW 2nd St. Mr. and modernization program '
POLICE, son;
enough Santa Clauses to started six months ago.I Miller said his company'snew the/ time It opened, the .-.
Accident Roundup and Mrs Elliott Sheffield, 1052 go around this year, says Henry F. C, Miller, president of the 22,000 square foot stuc- dealership .employed six per "
Involved In accidents reported -NE!: 19th Pl., a son; Mr. and J. McCluskey of the Texas Employment automobile agency, said the ture on a three-acre site sons. It now employs a staff of 8 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.
by the/ Gainesville Police Mrs William Peters, 628 NE Commission. He move from the company's pre- Includes an 18-stall department, 42. I II TUESDAY THRU THURSDAY
Department and the/ Ala c h u a 2nd St., a son; Mr. and Mrs. 1 blames disgruntled )'youngsters vious headquarters at 1030 E. 14 of the stalls equipped with I December 22nd 24th
County Sheriff's Office duringthe Walter Coleman, Alachua, Fla,. "There Is a high Incidence of University Ave. "was 'due to Volkswagen hoists for maxi A few determined hikers have
past 24 hours were: a son. children kicking Santas In the the Increasing popularity of the mum'efficiency. The parts and walked the full length of the/ eWE -.
I Hiram R. Cross, 244 R FlavetIII Volkswagen In this area." service department measures 92 mile 1
shins for not with
and Eric J. Brill, 424 NW ADMITTED: complying in "'When' we opened our deal feet wide and 17 feet long whilea WILL BE CLOSED
23rd St., at 6:12 p.m. Wednes- Mr. Johnnie Ellis, Mrs Mary requests" registered prior ershlp on a one-acre plot six paint and body repair shop irbktMotors
he said. i AND
day at W, University Ave. and Lee Grady, Clifford A lit on, years years ago, we were certain the with 5,000 square feet under I 'CHRISTMAS DAY
Jth Ter. "The positions of Santa ClausIn Volkswagen would be well received -roof Is located at the rear The, DEC.
Mrs. Reba R. Sheffield, Mabel 26TH
SE such places as departmentstores but Its success has been body shop has 11 stalls with/ SATURDAY, ,
Underwood 417
Hugh J. 'Ideon, Charlotte A. Dunn,
a and shopping centers even greater than we hoped. Asa two Volkswagen hoists and two, Installed
4th St. and Mrs. William\ M.ItP Florence
t. not taken. service spray booths.WATER .
being readily result, our
are capacity
Pepper, 344 SW 26th St., at 4 01 Zimmerman, Mrs. Joyce Smith, e Residential a Commtrchl I
We've placed five or six, but we the number of cars our EfIIRD.
p.m. Wednesday at NW 6th St. Kay D. White, Mrs. Mary B. could have placed IS or 20. shop could handle In a single and ICE TEA : a 'Industrial I gan1 -' .
and 3rd Ave. Duncan Mr. J. Lance Lazon- CALL
ItP Edgar A. DeMiller II, 4023 SW by> Jr.,, all of Gainesville; Mr. "Some of the potential applicants rather -day by the- number was quickly of Volkswagensl outstripped, GLASSES C. P. Dressler 6 idle Cottt/wtty
I 19th St. and Iva S. Turner, General Fla. have said they'd Just For Mot.li Bf R.it.ur.nll I .
I Richard Gray, Tampa, ; not do this sort of work this In our market area. I Electrical' Contractor
Delivery, at 3:28 Wed SPENCECHEMICAL
nesday at E. University p.m. Ave. Mrs. Clarita Crownover, Cross year." "That meant we had to go, Phone FR 6-6193 I ]|ffhEE PARKING ON TOWER LOT
lily, Fla.; Mary McDonald, ahead with plans for our new SUPPLY CO.
and 2nd St. Fit 2.%116 910 N.W. 4th St.
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Ruth Coleman, Alachua Fla.;
At 8:08 a.m. Wednesday, afire Willa Jean Hudson Williston,
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Home.No injuries.At Damage. undetermined. chua Hawthorne, Fla.,; Fla.Emma; Mrs.I. Beulah Martin If you knew what the experts know 'i\
: a.m. Wednesday, a Jackson, Micanopy, F I".; ;
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Adam Harris, High Springs, .
block of SW 3rd St. No fire.
r Ha.; Mrs. Carol Ann C heck, ,

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break down In sewage disposal Mrs. Patricia Fuller,
systems have scientists search- Mr. William Lear, Mrs. Edith
Ing for ways to solve the prob- Neale, Inca Anderson, Mrs
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Thursday, December. n _17_..,_1964_ Gainesville Sun 11

Your Fireplace Flames I I Calendar Of Events At

By JACK BOKAN available at feed and seed or copper sulphate (green), cal- TODAY, December 17 FRIDAY, December 11
hardware stores. cium chloride ( ), Teen! Time Christmas.
orange cop-
The fireplace once was the Here are the chemicals and per chloride (blue), lithium St. Patrick's Women's Club, Dance, 7:30 to II pra.t City ,,
center of attention when family the colors they will produ ce: chloride (red), and potassium 1 p.m., Mrs. Henry Bates 127 Recreation Center.
members would gath er chloride (purple). ME Eighth Avenue. 'The Christmas
around the fire for warmth Gainesville Public Library For Her .
UF Co-ed fie these exact chemicals Board, I Gainesville Shop"May
and comfort in chilly weather. pra,
since substitutes can be dan Public Library. SKIRTS andSWEATERS .,A
Winner In gerous. Home owners are University of Florida Far \.
Many Florida homes ire cautioned not to use any chlorates Prize Recipes culty Club, Christmas Family
furnished with an open Teen Contest ailrates, w potassium Buffet, 6 to I p.m. Clubhouse
hearth today. With a little effort permanganate. None of the
West Newberry Road. ti
Longtime cooks as well as novices in the kitchen arts 4t'
: .the old fireplace can be chemicals should be combined.
; Gainesville 44 O.E.
transformed Into a colorful Nancl Magram, of 1824 NW throughout the county, have been using recipes from the
decoration. 3rd Place, has been selected files of Mrs. Josephine McSwIne Alachua County Home S., Christmas Party, 3 p.m.
holiday as one of the top prize winners To treat the wood or pine Demonstration Agent, with pride and pleasure through the Masonic Temple. "
Tom Herndon, forester with in the Maidenform cones, fill a five gallon con- years. Christmas Play !b e :
the Florida Agricultural Ex- "Teen Dream" contest. tainer with one gallon of wa- Two of her most often requested recipes during the holt Twelve Days of Christmas"
tension Service, says that dif Miss Magram Is a sophomore ter. Mix In one pound of a day season are those printed today. Try them and listento 7:30 Scbool.: p.m., Kirby Smith I I Is contrast .' jf

ferent colored flames can be student at the Univ e r- chemical compound. Place the praise from your guests. Gainesville Garden Club s
produced simply by treating sity of Florida. the wood In a mesh bag MERRY MERINGUES" Circles braurM
small blocks of wood or pinecones weighted with a atone and t egg whites
with common chemicals She will receive a 17 jew el submerge the bag in the V. teaspoon cream of tartar 7:30 p.m., Mimooa, Gate of selection nf
Herndon says that after Gruen wristwatch for sub- solution. Wear rubber gloves H teaspoon salt Sunland Training Center; colon end your
wood is In various mining one of the selected and old clothing while handling H cup sugarGumdrops I p.m. Carnation Mrs.
the dipped friendships be
fifth place entries.Maidenform's Charles Wilcox. XtO NW 11th itylti tochooM 1 many
chemical solutions and allow- the solution. chopped nuts, candled fruits,
will contest, which Tinted sugar, silver and cinnamon candy Avenue; Hydrangea Mrs. from and your mailbox \
ed to dry they generate
was held this fall for teen- Soak for a day or two before Beat whites with Paul Frierson, 3087 NW 4th full of i
a rainbow of colors :n the egg cream of tartar and salt until
age girls across the country removing, and spreadthe foamy In large bowl. Beat In sugar, 1 tablespoon at a Terrace; Jasmine, Mrs. W. OW
fire.Before was won by 17 year- wood on a newspaper to time until meringue stands In firm peaks. (This will take C. Evans,':2601 NW 18th Ave Pubic,
you start on this eld Joanne Swanson, of Waukegan dry. Rinse the container after about 10 mlnutesJ nue. WSArrtnaFr.

project, warns Herndon, follow 111, who will use her each chemical solution Is Shape Into small wreaths, rosettes, bows, candy Cines Metcalfe PTA Christmas _
the directions carefullyfor $5,000 first prize earningsto used. and Christmas trees, using a pastry bag and tube, cooky Program, I p.m., School cafe- ,
safety's sake. pay for a four year col- Dip wood In only one solution. press, or a teaspoon, on foil-covered cooky sheets; decorate I orlum. 1 !
lege education with sugars,candles, nuts and fruits. Golden Age Club Christmas 21
First, the pieces of wood More than 10,000 teen age As a last word of caution, Bake In slow oven ((250 degrees F.) 30 minutes, or Just Party. 1 p.m. City Recreation .. rVl!.t On fin*T<4. Lbt *
and several chemical compounds girls entered the "T.. n Herndon says to make sure until set Loosen carefully from foil with small spatula Center. CM f A M. to t P.MLIBBYE'S. .k. CHRISTMASU
are needed. Most of Dream" contest sponsoredfor chemically treated cones or remove while warm; cool on wire racks; wrap loosely and; Gainesville Coin Club, 7:30:
the chemicals can be obtained six weeks by the world'sleading wood pieces are burned in a store In cupboard, (not in airtight container.). n Club, 7:30: I I'
from drug stores, w h lie manufacturer of bras well ventilated fireplace p.m. Chamber of Commerce I
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I : Today In HistoryBy I

THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Orville Wright De., 120 feet In
Today la Thursday, Dec. 17, 12 seconds.On I
tie 352nd day of 1964. There arcH this date
days left in the year, In 1843, Charles Dickens' *A'' tNt AMousI ,
Today's highlight in history: Christmas Carol," was pub
;On this date in 1903, the lished. ,
Wright brothers' plane made In 1939, the German pocket
the first successful powered battleship Graf Spee was scuttled
flight_near. Kitty_Hawk, .N.C: outside of Montevideo, Uru
In 1941 Japanese forces In-
COMPLETE SHOWS vaded North Borneo.
ENDS Ten years ago-NATO told Its I
IItlAllB: SAT. field commanders to be prepared
for the use of atomic
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state of war was extended Indefinitely
by President Sukarno PHILCO
In an attempt to end the continuing I
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gime. I
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Wildwood's Whigham Coach of YearByrd


Whigham, 29 year winning the state Class / weighed as much as 200 pounds. ent" (Wildwood look films of dition has never won a game Its schedule wound up 9-0-1
old bachelor coach at Wildwood I Championship with a 12-7 vie The stars halfbacks Randy and Lake City three weeks before for me. I don't believe In It. and won the Suwannee Con-
High School, has been chose I tory over Lake City last week Danny Jones were 155 and 165.th the title game, long before Everybody is Just gunning for ference Southern Division and % fluj
coach of the year in Florida Picked for no better than fif I They scored 199 points aDd Whigham knew the Tigers you." overall championship.Other F Fa

high school football for 19(4, place In a pre season poll gained well over 2,000 yards would be Wildwood's opponent) Parris found himself with 12 coaches high on the \

by the Florida Sports Writer of coaches in the Orange Belt total offense Asked to comment on the players In September after losing lint were Nick Kotys Coral
I Conference, the Wildwood team In eight at Wildwood, ,
Association. years play that scored Wildwoods six regulars during the Gables (his Cavaliers won two
Joe Halbersteln second vice went undefeated in regular-sea Whigham has compiled a fan- first touchdown In the title summer when they moved straight Class AA titles) Harold
I 'I president of the assoclat ton son play. Toward the end of tastic 71 I 2 record, prob- game, a pass on third down away. The school was readyto Avinger, Baldwin, who; has
and Gainesville Sun sports ed the campaign, Whigham noted ably second to no other coach with inches to go at his give up football but called tutored his Indians I to 20
itor, said Whigham edged out t the Wildcats had a chance tot in Florida. Against Class B 40, Whigham said, "First dawns the student body together t 0 straight wins; and Jim May. .,
Al Parris, Dixie Co. coach aCross qualify for the state Class A competition he has never losta don't win football games. ask for volunteers Six or sev- nor, West Palm Beach, whose
City, for the honor. playoff provided it could meet game, standing :S3 0 In regular Touchdowns do That why I en more boys came out for team went from 3 7 in 1963

WHIGHAM Whlgham's Wildwood team schedule requirements. season' play. called the pass." them. to the school's first perfect AL PAKRIS I
QualifiedHe Whigham confided to
climaxed a fantastic season byThe Buddy He also said, "Winning tra The school decided to play mark 10.0.0, In 1964. runnerup for honor
of ..
coach year dropped a Class B opponent Martin, sports editor of the
to pick up another ClassA Ocala Star Banner, before the

foe, played two games in season began, that he doubted MIAMI NORTII.CAROLINA DUE NEXT
three days during the Thanksgiving Wildwood could go S S, if I It .
holiday period and won got serious inJuries. "This
regional honors Wildwood defeated might be silly," he added, "but
Lyman and Eustis to we're going to shoot for the
gain the playoffs. top-the Class A championship UF to Face Tough OnesGHSSnnta :
Wildwood then beat Hollywood That's what we're going to sell
Chamlnade and Lake City our k':I.1.s on.Whigham ," -
for a perfect 12 0 0 Is a native ol r
and state laurels. year Louisville, Ala. He is a stick Florida's basketball team will\ while losing to Georgia! and In- though. Miami and North Car have (to contend with All.America

Whigham's 1964 football success ler for defense and credits assistant face as powerful a one two diana to also have as. 2: olina will be the strongest foes Rick Barry, averaging 40

Is only a part of an amaa- Dwight Maples with I punch as it ever has looked at mark the Caters have met to date points a game this season and

Tharsdoy, December 17, 1964 Ing record he has compiled at the success of the Wildcats' S- when it takes on Miami Sat The Tar Heels will\ compete Forward Dick Tomlinson and leading the nation's major cot-
the Marion Co. school 4 alignment urday In the Magic City and In a tourney at Virginia Tech guard Tom Baxley lead IT ,lego scorers.North .
The Auburn graduate who Randy Jones, who scored 121 meets North Carolina at Flot" Friday and Saturday and will scoring with 11) averages to Carolina will confront
did not take part In athletics points this year, said he pre- Ida Gym on Monday night come here with nine games date. Brooks Henderson Is hitting Florida with Billy Cunningham
there because of his size-he's fers to play linebacker and The Caters 2.1 on the season under their belts compared to 11.7 a game. and Bob Lewis both scoring

a flanker back with the semipro make tackles rather than cart will meet two teams rat- Florida's Coach four. Sloan's At Miami, the Gators will better than 39( a game.
Orlando Broncos now-had the ball. "On defense Norman gang,
) you
Rumor ed among the top 20 in the M-
only a 17 player squad that hit back," he said.A lion this season. meanwhile, has had only limit N.1.THRU. SANS\ UNIVIMIT/. "._'LDIIIOA' MI fitw SAICUTSALLTATHTICI, K7.* N MN
he could count on this season. Whigham star of 1963 ed practice time since losing Dk_ Tmllntoit,. I JMIT .6V1 1,4 W 11 7 M
Miami has as. 2 record, to Florida State, St SO, on n t....,. J 114 .541 II.It .777 1 8 44 TiM
He later added seven junior quarterback Gerald Bramle t t, .ro.7. _..... I II.it ,17' 1511 ,611 1/ B
winning t l from Tampa, Du- Dec I. It has been exam week Jn Saiy 1 AltO.ry .MM ,.. ..1111 5 f1 55.sea
members beef offensive standout in t
varsity squad to high
an ,
quesne and Pittsburgh in the at the UP this week. K>llir I IMIo It SOl JI 1 It It
the roster to 24. Three ninth school and good enougn to geta $ McftmM I IH .fro 8. IGI It t 17 5/
Steel Bowl tourney; Niagara The Gators have worked hard till, "... I It .5'' 5.0 3 a 4.5i .
GrindsShort graders; saw much action on college scholarship from the full MWIM I II-* ,.. '
Mill .
defense this University of Florida, now Is and St. Mary's of California on free throws, ball handling U. N1..1.y 1 55 .. is ;w i i i i5.5a5
year.Wtldwood'a have been to LaSalle M I 11fa ,
Losses and rebounding, threeareas i NMwnty 4.111 3 I a as
enrollment o f rated tops as a linebacker by ) ,.... I II .1 I e.tlf .
and St. John's of New York. that have been far below ex- ......11- '
boys in the top three grades is Gator coaches Caters, "NIV. Or 'LOlltO"", 1 17754OP50NSNTa is is .H7 1? 54 JOlt 01
notes that have been piling up a mere 85, barely big enough Hard Work North Carolina has downed pectatlons although a Ile Nf ,fd a1 II XI IM U .I4, U.tTAAKA
to grow that one member of wecurrentSe5Tot to be Class B. The school obtained Whigham said, "We work on Clemson South Carolina, Krn.!are I 1 to date Caliber o 1-. .no" IIICOAO 0.......
be tucky, Tulane and Vanderbilt,opposition Is the key point I .5 VMI5s I
Florida football staff may leaving special permission to detail running patterns, fak-i a"NMn .It
Nothing but denials from those close to the 'scene at compete in Class A. ing, etc. We also believed In 51U a7n
letlc department, however. Personally. I think they're just Only one Wildwood grldder being prepared for an oppon- 8'i
rumors V. Official Rose Bowl football programs may be '
be ordered for $1.75 by writing to Official Rose Bowl Pr> 'j
Pasadena. Calif., 91102. Its a 96-page
warn, PO Box I Santa Fe
effort. Plans moving ahead for Jacksonville's return to Tourney
big-time golf on March 1821. The Greater Jax Open will be
at Selva Marina: Country Club. It's a $50,000 event.
Ticket price for the entire event will be 1250. One-day i

prIces will be cheaper PKY grldders Tom Hansen, Steve Highlights ActionThe I Ji t,
Twedell, Danny Dennison, Covey Johnston and Steve Tuttleall I 1
getting feelers from colleges regarding football grants. I
Alabama, Miami, Murray State, Tennessee and Parson's Col third annual Santa Fe Other Friday games will find AT VODKAI
Holiday tourney tips off this 1 Bell at Plnetta, Newberry at
weekend to highlight area basketball Port White, St. Augustine at
action. Starke, Bunnell at Keystone
Two games are on tap both Heights and Lincoln at How
l M Friday and Saturday nights at ard I

the Rebel gym. Cross City Gainesville, sporting a 4 1
meets P. K. Yonge In the record against top flight Class
opener at 7 pm Friday, and AA opposition, boats Trenton to / -
Santa Fe tests Live Oak at highlight Saturday night con !
1:30: Friday night. The winners tests.
will meet at <:30 Saturday Lake Butler an area power-

loge Iowa, Interested In Hansen. Parson's Murray State and night,while the losers will clashin house with a J 1 mark, t tII
CitadelIn a 7 o'clock consolation rounds out the
Furman in Twedell Tulane and Duke In Dennison Saturday night
Johnston and Davidson in Tuttle who had 468 on the Undefeated Trenton also gets action by playing host to win-

Senior Placement Test The state AAU weight-lifting Into action Friday night by less Melrose 11
tourney will be In Sarasota Jan. 10.. Contact E. R. Trahey hosting Criteriand Indians. AII.A lTANDIN'1

2355 Hillvlew St., Sarasota, for details. Lincoln quarterback Clm AA tcftMHW I P.1
Norman Anderson laid leaning toward Louisville as a probable Otlnnvtll 4 ... '
college home for football. The fine Terrier back who Lakers Lose CI_ Ak.54lew M 4 fI

threw 15 touchdown passes last year has several scholarship 515.' .. t a om
CI. a MM C IcMttt
offers. Halfback Ken Galloway guard Willie Carter and end 4-Point Lead -. wLPct. : IIJ II
Clarence Mills other Lincoln players getting feelers from colleges L.... '.11.. 4 1 1..i...
Missed It when Gainesville High played Chocta- f."..*.. K.yCIlUMll'f_ a a I 5 .1M..710C" J
whatchee In the last regular season game but coach of the In Seconds its,,.. C 1 w7
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Indians from the Panhandle Is former Cator grldder Bob loti a "'.7
Wehklng. _____ I Co City a I ..ItoHON.
For a while Los Angeles Lak C1n441W... 5 4 .. Fe Action
er Coach Fred Schaus thought .,, 14p11115" I a .,1115ry' .
he had a regulatlon.time National 0//1144' .. 1 4 .,.. Gainesville' ace forward, fiord Welwh driven In a't
I II 1iTIIV! \ Basketball Association -N-.y,- 14 .w for basketball but Tuewlay night against Santa Fe.
victory over Detroit wrapped up II N. r 1454. WL rdM44144N i' The IlehelV Andy Strickland trim In vain to block
Wednesday 'AI........ 8 1 7w dllS; the and 72-
...... night 3.5455 10"_.'''.' I 5 ..75! fthoi. led throughout game posted a ,
COLLIOI LMlwIM M. .T.a.s Uiytir I After all, a four-point lead TN/a ....II.. ICN.ULUr..w JTiJctorjr.Harvard i .
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C..i. i II K TrOTNflH :
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NATIONAL SAMITIAU AUK.M other games, Barton edged San By BEN OUS i Mi-Clunky, making his vanity,.
In Lw1. II', Mtv .... Ml Francisco 107109, St. Louis Fclc TonightSTARKE AiMcUlrd: fm Hpnrti WrlUr debut, had scampered S3 yards I Ig It4)
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AntrtX IM. OdralfJt. Baltimore bombed Philadelphia The annual foot. Clutky-i nonchalant flip and the;lave hU team a IM lead

Tourney Finals 40-120.. ,ball banquet honoring the Bradford Harvard quarterbacks prrma- However, It was It-ilIA the
Bill Peterson Here's how Schaus' cub! tot Co. High! School grid squad tore gesture of sweet was i*]fourth quarterThe ball ws on J
DELANO (AP-Stetson Unlveroty Its seemingly safe lead. I is set tonight/ In the school cafeteria I total today the college football,the ManMthuxettj. two-) rdoddttyof : 'IMIXES
goes up against Georgetown Guest Speaker First Ray Scott ws fouled The fete la sponsored .th.year in the lM"IIllne, fourth down and one to
of Kentucky tonight for and his two free throws narrowed by the Bradford Quarterback I Associated Press poll jg) for a first down.

the Hatter Invitational Basketball At Cross City the margin to two points 'Club WUlard Pus Is president I The McClusky Incident Inl! McClusky, from MUdtotown
Championship. The Lakers fumbled the ban'of the group Harvard's opening game01"0-" rolled out 10 the right )
Stetson won a place In the finals CROSS CITY -Cross City's putting It In bounds, King just Charles "Rabbit" Smith University against Massachusetts aVpt. |Thw was good blocking In
by whipping Wilmington of Suwannee Conference football one second up on the clock. Before of Florida's bead .wa* named on eight ballots In font of him and be scampered
Ohio 12-70 Wednesday night champions will be honored here the Pistons could put It In recruiter the voting by U writers and"nlouchfd I Into the end ion for
will be the
Georgetown downed Mercer of tonight with a banquet at the play, Eddie Mile was fouled I speaker I bradcasters M apparent score. But be

)Macon Ca., 8572Wilmington school cafeteria.The It-and his two free throws knotted I I will David present Hone awards Tornado to) Starke coach, I However McClusky'a move nipped before the bell prematurely' t J
and Mercer win I' ,tut eroesing lilt gwL
third I Dixie County Chamber of Elgin Baylor and Jerry West play n. The Toreadors wound ,drew more than take the votes Urge It 1andod/ ell the onyyardcollected
play for place bailed the bakers out with feM'1palats lup I d I. losing only to other,
led by David Commerce: win plyllOlt to the by /any mn. where! it was recovered by
Georgetown was I Bear team that won BUM game to the tint 45 seconds of Lake City runnerup for staUv n happened this wsy 'IM.wIChuwt" 4
Lee who hit for 25 points In a Clan A. honors and Pa-
and tied one during the past the overtime west led an tying
tried to come
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.J' '''' .. Evansville Seattle Colorado State -
Retains LeadIn I

J'Gilchrist Lone Unanimous Choice Cage Poll Upset LaSalle, Cornell

By MIKE BATHE ceeded to make amends, re- sive unit and tackle Tom Sea Houston, Oakland and Denver Unbeaten Evansvllle was a > By TED MEIER ball to balk LaSalle of a final North Texas- accounted foi
Associated Press Sport Writer joined the team and put himself tak, linebacker Mike Stratton one each I Tom Vidakovich similarly,,Baylor's triumph.
unanimous choice today as the Associated Press Sports WriterSeattle shot.
NEW YORK (AP) Despite into position to become the first and safety George Salmes. on Fred Arbanas at tight end and No. 1 small-college basketball and Colorado State popped one In from the outsidein Houston handed Auburn !ft
time the waiver list, player In the league's history to the defensive team. cornerback Dave Grayson were 5O-4Iln the
serving on team in the weekly Associated University came from out of the the closing minutes to put first defeat Bluebon.
Buffalo fullback Cookie GO- become a two-time 1,000-yard Boston's contingent Includes the Chiefs' representatives. Co- Press poll. West and shattered the ail-win Colorado State U. ahead for II net doubleheader at Houston
Christ was the only unanimous ground gainer. quarterback Babe ParllU and runner linebacker Larry Gnn- slates of two Eastern teams good against Cornell. while Dan Connaughton's two
choice on the American Football Needs 71 Yards guard Billy Neighbors along tham made It for the Jets, receiver The Indiana college, which ning free throws In the last four sec
League All-Star team named by Gilchrist needs 71 yards In with the three defenders end Charley Hennigan for the lists Notre Dame, Northwesternand in college basketball Wednesday Duke came from 11 behind points 10 onds gave Chicago Loyola i
Bos- Eisenhauer middle linebacker Oilers, center Jim Otto for the Iowa Its five victims nightSeattle back to beat Clemson
The Associated Press. Sunday's key game against Larry among LaSalle 76-74 In Vacen- home court 4-83 victory over
Gflchrist, one of six Bills on ton that will decide the Eastern Nick Buonlcontl and Raiders and cornerback Willie was listed on top on all U edged straight points by Steve North Dakota State.
,.., the team picked by a 24-man Division title. However, he safety Ron Hall. Brown for the Broncos. ballots of the members of the the feature of a doubleheader at. dak. His goal with 1:Mien put
the Palestra In Philadelphia.CSU ahead for good.
cities to have Five From San Dirge Star Every year committee. the Blue Devils
panel in the eight league figures tough going voting Duke quarterback Scotty .
defeated Cornell 67-63 at
.":was the only player on either against a Patriots' defense that San Diego's five Includes Otto has been an All-Star for Ray Saunders led Penn State
the offensive or defensive units had three men named to the lanker Lonce Alworth, Keith the five years the league has These showing against major Ithaca, N.Y. LaSalle had won with 22 points as the Nittany Gacken: holds the Blue Dev.
"- to get all the votes and regained All-Star team. Lincoln at the running back been In existence.Ten I college powers earned the Aces four straight, Cornell three. Lions won their fourth straight U single game record of four
... the fullback spot he lost to Oakland's In all, Boston placed five men spot, offensive tackle Ron Mix others were repeaters 160 points, almost doubling the Duke, Penn State and Baylor on the road. Six: straight free touchdown passes.. He did It
". Clem Daniels last season, on the team as did San Diego'sWestern defensive end Earl Faison and from last year-Alworth, LIn- point total of second place also came through with road throws, coupled with he foul- last year In a 35 30 victory

", Involved in a mid-season hassle Division champions. Ernie Bladd, the -foot-9, 321- coln, Mix, Barber, Shaw and Grambling which also has won victories In other feature games out of 6-foot Willie Davis for over Clemson.
its first five starts. slim national
with Coach Lou Saban that I Besides Gilchrist, the Bills pound defensive tackle. Arbanas on offense and Falso, Grambllng on a comparatively
...- resulted In his being placed on placed tackle Stew Barber and Kansas City placed two meno Sestak, Eisenhauer and Gran- received 88 points. program. _
Duke Blue
the waiver list, Cllchrlst prol 'guard Billy Shaw on the offen- n the team and New York, tham on defense. The Top Ten, with firstplaceIn
..... Devils, the only team In The z
parentheses, and total points: FREE !
*. Associated Press Top Ten to lee
Reds Lead Irisli-Army I. Evansville (16) 160 action, nipped Clemson 80-79.
2. Grambllng C3 Penn State downed Temple 73.63in

3. Pan American C2 the opener of the Philadelphia -
Game Headed
l NE Teams Gino CappellettiIs 4. Wittenburg 43 twin bill while unbeaten iI
S. Southern Illinois[ 41 Baylor made It five In a row by FREE !
For New YorkNEW 6. Fresno State :38 taking North Texas 86-SL
In I 7. Akron 38 Charlie Williams sank a field
FieldingCINCINNATI YORK (AP) Alter an Most Valuable .. Youngstown 32 goat from 20 feet out with only
absence of IS years, Notre 9. Winston-Salem 31 three seconds left to give SeattleIts VA:
(AP) The Dame and Army may play football 10. Rockhurst 20 victory. He then stole tilt FREE !
. .. Cincinnati Reds compiled the
In New York next fall. '
I NEW YORK (AP) GlnoCappellettl Division title, Cappellettl has i
highest fielding average among No announcement Is expected the decisive factorIn caught seven touchdown
last passes
National League teams season to i be made until next month of the Boston Patriots
,.. Milwaukee, but the Braves Houston shared Colts and Individual about the site of the game victories many and league leading and ittempts.kicked The 25 field 30-year-old( goals former In 38 DRIVE-IN GROCERY TURKEY A DAYDRAWING

scheduled for Oct 9, 196, but scorer, has been named the
honors. Minnesota player also kicked
an Army spokesman said Most Valuable Player In the IACH WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M.
The Reds finished with a .979 Wednesday night New York and American Football League by 36 conversions and caught a MANAGER TRAINEESWANTED
pass for a two-point conversion ASK ATTENDANT FOR DETAILS
average followed by the Braves Philadelphia are receiving an Associated press panelCappellettl
.977 and Colts .976, the official prime consideration for the renewal formerly a defensive ai permitted In the AFL. He LAST WEEK'S 7 WINNERS
broke his own scoring record of
disclosed today. of the once-fierce
averages rivalry. back, moved to an end-
147, set In 1961.Cappelletti's tit PIs. 4th 1',1.
The Colts and Braves each
The schools have signed for flanker job. He scored half of RUDOLPH FREINEY WILLII MACK
had two Individual pacesetters.Bob two games on a homeandhomebasis Boston's points and led the I most dramatic Mole, 25 to 50 for moneger trainee positions with led Pru* 5'h Pritr '
Aspromonte of Houston the 1966 contest being league with 155 points, a record field goal was kicked against Jackson's Mini Markets. Paid vocation and other JOE USSY IETTY GARIIALDI
topped the third basemen with a scheduled for South Bend, Ind. total, with his place-kicking and Houston In the last three seconds fringe benefits when qualified refer married men, Ir4 PrlM 6tk PrlM WILSON
.973 mark while Kasko, another for a 25-21 victory full time employment only. Starting salaries for LUCILI M. LONDON LEOLA
Is the
If New York selected, pass-catching ability. 7th piiits um STUDSTILL
Colt, led tht shortstops with most likely would be With one big wlnner-take-aQ I The veteran; one of the original experienced assistant manager $90.00 a week,
.978. Aspromonte broke a National game played in 60,000-seat Shea Stadi game against Buffalo still to be Patriots, has scored 2] and for experienced managers $125.00 per week. COME IN AND SEE US .
League record by making Eastern touchdowns In his five-year ca-
for the
um. played Sunday SERVICE
':: only 11 errors The previous reer, booted 92 of 161 field goals faction's Mini Market,
-mark for third basemen was 13 and 193 of 197 conversions plus 1234 N.W. 16th Ave,Gainesville IMPE'ALlu STATION

by Stan Hack of the Chicago Navy Hardh i to Partt the two-pointer for a grand totalof Apply In person to Mr. Blundell, 4297 N.W. I Ilk SI /.

Cubs In 1937.Secondbaseman. 603 points. .
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_ Frank Boll-

"- Ing and 'catcher Joe Torre of After Contra(: Disputenot 8
Milwaukee also posted the highest -

average at their positions, ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) quit willingly. He has laid
Boiling with .9SS and Torre with The Naval Academy and football several times since the dispute

995. Coach Wayne Hardin part became known publicly last
Other leaden were first-base- company today after a contract weekend that he was satisfied I
man Bill White of St. Louis and dispute which lasted 10 days. with the five-year contract he
outfielder Tony Gonzalez, Philadelphia The Academy scheduled an signed last Feb. 18 and wanted
each with M and afternoon news conference to to continue under It. I
pitcher Larry Jackson of the make a formal announcement, The final conference with 7 hf ,
Cubs, who handled 109 chances
and Indications the coach
were Academy officials on the !Issue
without an error to set a big
would be hand. .
ended Wednesday night In Baltimore +
league record. It seemed almost Immaterial
with lawyers present for
Bill Mazeroskl of Pittsburgh
whether it would be
,led the second basemen In par- both aides : it
that Hardin was resigning, or .
that the v
ticipating Iq double[ j>layJojr'a<< being dismissed from the Reports .
record fifth sTralghFseason. He, lead coaching post he has held coach was extremely dissatisfied B
took part !n IE In It6i He for Six years after four as a with the terms arrived at, S

ranked sixth In average, how Navy[ assistant coach.It I but Hardin could not be reachedfor

ever.Trot Is generally known he did comment. B r'ark'

Season Iii

Opening Set SAVE! R

At Pompano


Trotters and pacers go Into action
tonight at Pompano Park Enjoy Curling
when the plush new track opens '
for a 92-nlght meeting extending BLACK LABEL BEER \WITH LOVING CARE ii

to April 6. i tr 1 1tl.tf.

A crowd of more than 7,50 Priced Li
was expected for the Inaugural' Specially our

program. Last year when the
unfinished plant opened In a For The

driving out. rainstorm 4,011 turned HOLIDAYSand three button !

: The six-level clubhouse, featuring i

. dining and party areas, 8
: 'Is ready and reservations were
. The clubhouseIs classic "
reported heavy ,
.: air conditioned or heated is ,

.: necessary I aP
_ All nine races on the opening, '

. program' were filled, with eight), mixes business'; ,/', ( :< ,
in the 11.730 Inaugural
going I., !,'t." a
: the featured eighth event. .
Pace, .' 'Ittf'.J" ; ,
': Tarport Doug, owned by Hugh i with pleasureSpirited ."' IiI

- Grant of Bradford, Fa., Is early .; t"H'
favorite at 6-2. and will be '
driven by Del Miller. I .1 't.1oi
for Holiday festivities. ,
.. Among other drivers to be companion : ; v

: seen In action on the opening Take our classic three button style and :, '
are Billy Haughton, -
program mix well for all Yuletide occasions '
NIckeDs, ii :.
George Sholty, Bruce .
Bob Williams, Jack Smith, Jack Fine Wonteds, smooth sharkskins hopsack ;,
and two outstanding ; -
Bailey competitors from the Midwest, u 9 and herringbones, all a fitting compliment .::1. ';, !

Tommy WUburn and Tom WlnnMcbanc 'f to your good taste and handsome appearance.: i : .. 1n
Choose from! subtle shades of blue, gray, ? ,.
Nips charcoal olive and black. '
ij brown, ,.;,
Hart Schaffner Cr Marx Kmgsndge, Cncketteer,
Howard Five er t ..
R Deansgate, Brookhoven and Kingsland ore the l' .v'

ALACHUA Nace Jenkins brands you'll find In our clothing deportment.! .l- /,?.

pumped nesday night In 28 to points lead Mebane here Wed-ban I Sixes to 50. Reg. Long. Short, extra long t .a. P fl[:,

exciting 7041 basketball victory i prices ore

: over Ocala Howard. "
Calvin Harris and Joseph! r '

Kelly backed with up H and Jenkins 10 points performance -,! Convenient; Tab-open cans 559.95 to 100.00 ;i;

respectively. art on sole" now at a low ,j ji
Leroy Franklin paced the

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Mebane trailed by five points ix-pack todaySAVE. i SilwJnnan1J. .
a-16, at the end of the first
: period but came back to take a

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!'i i Thursday, December 17, 1964 Golnesvilfe Sun.! _

I Here's Other Side on Gun Law Hassle I

Dear Sir: The first act provides that all machine guns be registeredwith caliber ride and pistol In the United States. Also since the
Thank you for sending me copies of that portion of your the treasury department, the other regulates interstateand ruling marks change as the rifle Is fired a complete new
November 29 edition which carried the article by CoL J. ..T foreign commerce in regard to firearms! and ammunl.tion. sample would have to be taken periodically.
Oonnovin relating to the registration and control of firearms. Penalties of $2,000 or 9 years, or both are providedfor The editor's note proceeding Col Donnovln's article attempted
Game Our Association maintains an active Interest In this subject, failure to comply with the provisions of these: acts.I to qualify him as a knowledgeable man In the
Biggest and I have taken the liberty of enclosing a copy of an editorial do not doubt that CoL Donnovin la sincerely motivated field of firearms.! I propose that no one with a reasonable
carried in the December Issue of "The American Rifleman." In his desire to correct the shortcomings of firearms control degree of knowledge In firearms and ballistics would have
For TrentonIn We take serious Issue with the proposals advocated by CoL but suggest that the methods proposed. 1. Gun registration, made such a proposal as the mass cataloguing of test fired
Donnovin and feel that his reasoning Is defective In many In 1 Fingerprinting ot gun owners, 1 Permit or license for bullets for future Identification purposes. The editor ,also
stances. For instance, his statement that MSsuggestions( ) for gun owners, 4. Taking and cataloguing of the bullet samples, states that the Collneladvocall's, "Simple effective controls,
the sane and reasonable regulation over the sale and distribu are at best, not effective and at their worst would be at all levels ot government, over the possession of lethal
Ian firearms and the traffic In them. I submit that the proposals
havent beard, there's a big basketball game tion of legal firearms are met with specious rationalizations oppressive made In the article
case you are not simple, but complex -
Trenton High School.It and maudlin references to Article 2 of the original Amend- 1. Gun registration Is not and cannot be an affective very
coming up for tiny that they would not be effective, but grossly Ineffective
ments to our Constitution quoted above No reasonable" regulations measure in firearms control. Norway and Denmark had Na-
will match one of the best of the state's lowest classi- are met with any particular "specious rationalizations tional Gun Registration prior to WWIL When the Nails invaded and Inefficient The colored adjective "lethal" can also
fication schools against one of the best of the highest class. and maudlin references." It appears to be purely the viewpointof these countries they obtained the registration lists and be and applied automobiles-when to kitchen knives, baseball bats, knitting needles,
what is and what is specious. called in all privately owned firearms to effectively check they are Improperly used. The key
Class AA Gainesville Saturday the writer as to sane to effective firearms
control Is In their
It.. Class C Trenton vs. legislation against
resistance by the populace. The basic fault ot registrationlaws
note states that (He) does not advocate
Hurricanes' your Improper
the gym. use. Heavy fines and for Improper
night at 8 o'clock at I heavy' penalties the -
Is that only honest citizens comply with those laws.
the of personal possession of firearms nor the
prohibition use of firearms, under existing laws, and with strict
The game II a tint for Trenton and Coach John Rowe. stifling of the American Infatuation with guns, but advocates Criminals keep their guns and do not register them. One enforcement will do more to discourage armed felons than
First time the Tigers have played Gainesville and first time simple, effective controls, at all levels of Government over Item sticks In my mind in regard to gun registration The would well meaning proposals which only serve to makeIt
they've played any AA team. the possession of lethal firearms and the traffic in them. "Rules for Revolution" ot the Communist party ((1919)) says, difficult( and distasteful for the honest citizens to keep and
one of the smaller Class C schools, having However, an analysis of the regulations proposed by CoL Don. "Cause the registration of all firearms on some pretext, witha bear arms as guaranteed to him under Article II of the
Trenton Is even In the top three grades. It takes 71 novin shows that the controls would be quite complicated and view toward confiscating them and leaving the population Bill of Rights.
only 38 boys that they would be a very effective means of the Government helpless. Cliff
to make Class B., determining which citizen owns a weapon regardless of 1 Finger-printing of all gun owners might aid law enforcement Gainesville: Hammer
But the Tigers have displayed awesome power In the lower the purpose for which that citizen might possess the weapon. Officials but why stop with gun owners? Fingerprint
ranks, sweeping past four straight opponents without trouble. Another conclusion of the author of that article, which is not the entire population of the United Stales, since no honest
They blitzed Class C Bronson and Newberry and Class B supported by legal authority or by anything else other than man or woman would object to this Do you sincerely believe [ Houston Tops Auburn I
powers Lake Butler and Cross City in early season warfare. his own opinion is his statement that "No honest man or wom- the benefits of this would Justify the expense involved?

Only a Friday night encounter with Chlefland- stands between ,' an should object to the registration of personal weapons, to 3. permits to own guns are not easily obtained by the By JOE zrLLNER, tender's(! credentials.
Trenton and Gainesville. the taking of fingerprints, or the test firing of high powered most reputable of citizens In localities where they are re Associated PWM Writer Auburn went down fighting In
pistols, revolvers or rifles" quired. When one applies for a permit the usual questionIs
I Mr. that the Bluebnnnrt Basketball Classic
-The Difference We trust that you will see fit to carry the other side of "What do you need a gun for?" Unless you can prove Upset who, unpredictable In the action involving
: Intangible has wreaked only
the story on ,this subject and we are taking the liberty of that you carry large payrolls or have some other high
gave-this evaluation of the game: "I think the competition sending a copy of this letter and a copy of CoL Donnovln'i risk occupation the request Is usually denied. The fact that I havoc In basketball circles recently an team
Rowe Gainesville has been exposed to probably will be inn article to The National Rifle Association so that they may, there are not enough police to go around Is not good enough went on his merry way The Tigers meet Rica (in the
:4 When we're playing Dewberry, they're playing If they see fit, reply to the suggestions contained in that reason. When citizens submit to requesting permits for what Wednesday night leaving Southeastern first game of Bluebonnet Bowl
difference. article was formerly considered to be a right they are giving up Conference unheatenswhittled play tonight while Texas A&Vt
Faxon. Sincerely yours, a little more of their personal freedom. down to one. which downed Rice 60-60 and
"I think the boys realize that this Is the opportunity to LEY H. SMITH 4. Taking of test-fired bullets from large quantities of firearms This time, his foremat was !Houston play In the second
show that,they can really play ball. We certainly appreciate President has been rejected by forensic balllstlclnns as being three different sones and a full- game
Coach Raper (John) scheduling us and giving us a chanceto Orange Co. Sportsman's Association Ineffective, and anyone reasonably familiar with firearms court press and his name was The only other action Involving
play a big school" Orlando would see the reasons for this. The engraving of the rifling /Houston He sent prtvloimly undefeated SEC: teams finds Sewane. at
has all lettermen quintet that posted a sparkling21S cc: Nicholas NarushkoW. on a bullet is not like a finger print Finger prints can Auburn Into the ranks Oxford, Miss., for a game with
Rowe record last an "And we're much Improved over last S. Plttman, Jr. be classified in types and matches, even though time consumIng of the defeated by a narrow the Mississippi Rebels
contends.year. The National Rifle Association. can be made with the aid of machinery. Bullets cannot 90-48 score
year, IRS DEAR SIR: be matched with other bullets In this fashion A trained The Auburn tons !leaves only The Davis Cup, emblematicof
Included In the returnees Is center Holton Browning, a Of all the Pro-Gun registration articles you have printed, expert may take as long as 13-20 minutes to obtain a positive the Volunteers ot Tennessee, the world's amateur tennis
senior who ripped the nets to the tune of 24.S points per match of two bullets under a comparison microscope. who haven't lost In three
been by
he left off this the one by Col. Donnovin, In Sundays paper has more mis- Imag games championship, has won
game last year. He has picked up where Information and half truths than any other. Ills comparisonof ine If you will the time required to match a 22 caliber and have emerged from their Hither Australia or the United
season, owning a 20-plus point average. the firearms Industry with narcotics and arson escapes me. bullet with one file I It a sample' were taken of each 22 darkhorse cocoon with .real con. Stairs In every year since 1011.:

"Browning has slumping,periods," Rowe said, "but when Is he proposing the registration and fingerprinting of all who I
the going gets rough he 'pulls them off both backboards. possess matches to control arson? He seems particularly dis- Flushed with the National
He's tremendous when the Job has to be done." turbed about the sale of machine guns and suggests that League's second straight World 915 N. MainIn
legislation be Initiated for the control of these Items. These Series success, league president i
proposals come a little too late. I refer to you to the National Warren C. Giles said FOOD PAIR
-Another Standout Firearms Act of 1934, The Federal Firearms Act of 1938, "we'll win two or three more SHOE STORE SHOPPINGCENTER
Wilson and Amendments to these acts of 1950. In a row."
forward Danny
Another veteran standout Is (-2 Junior
who Is In his third year as a starter In football, basket- GIFT- STARRED -
ball and baseball. He Is listed as a fine all-around eager JOHNSON & FARIS LAWN & GARDEN HEADQUARTERS
who consistently hits more than 50 per cent of his shots. rY
Murray Smith, a 6-3 senior forward, rounds out the starting RED PARADISE AMARYLLIS Slipp--ers THE FAMILY _
frontline. "Murray proably Is the most Improved player on .
the squad," Rowe said. "He keeps Improving all the time."
The starting guards are Jimmy Slaughter (8-0)) and David I Potted PlantsIn FullBeautiful :J HOUR SPECIAL
Clifton ((5-10)), both two-year lettermen Juniors. FRI. AND SAL -12 NOON
Rowe said he also plans to get a lot of help from senior Bloom TO I P.M.
guard Don Thomas as soon as he fully recovers from a Women' Shearling
received In the last football
band Injury game.
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You Home & Patio discs 4 t. 10
36" Oblong 9i; 4.49 Campers'' et $%,95

4 Women'i and

1', REDWOODPLANTERS 48" Oblong ?? 5.49 T"",'

i 16" Tubs ;"si0, 3.95 SLIPPERSFer

I Finest Quality' Genuine California' Redwood Fee House end
TRIMMED L 4 to 10
FUR- j

:-wiL nOOn GEORGE SOLLEY $129 1 1Cempere

Top Lineman Davidson CaptainThe 11.40 VALUE $177 .

frontline also will have plenty of height backing It up A"
In reserve center Mike Watson (.5) and forwards Danny $095 $2.9s .t U9J

Corbin ((6-2) and Harry Garner (L2). Vitae _
Trenton will have the edge In height, but Gainesville sportsa
fivesome of deluxe shooters and ball-handlers. MEN'S and BIG BOYS'
It should be interesting,no matter what the outcome. BLUE FINISH
GUNESVOXE HIGH has four open dates on tie 1965 football ffHILDRIP4's' Genuine Scotch Grain
tchedule-OcL 1. Oct. IS, Oct. a and Nov 12. All must 4/2 Cu. Ft. Copocity
be home games. .WILBUR WOOD, former Santa Fe tackle, .ease..
voted Most Valuable Lineman oa the University of SLIPPERSCa
the South (Sewanee) football team this season. The 21-pound Min's & '' '.'..ee".rriii?'' r?
nlor was bailed as one of the finest linemen In the school's FRUIT TREES 1 It,
history CEOr.CE SOUEY, stalwart on the P. K. Yonge Women's s -
grid team a year ago, was named captain of the Davidson '
freshman squad this past season. He played almost! every NTNOWr 't COTTON LOAFERS
minute of every game en a team that went 2-1 BOB $129
ERWIN Gainesville line coach this past football .season has SATSUMA .3.95 GARDEN Leather Uppers
resigned to take a position with a Jacksonville drug firm. OIANOIKUMQUAT BROWN ONLY
FORMER FLORIDA quarterback Jack Jones currently Is GLOVES ',, V 11:49 111 leyi' Sii.. IVlMen's t. t
coaching the Gainesville Junior vanity basketball team.t 1.95, Valve : Slsei 6 Vi l. U
..<'at.ts r'a. PECANS Comp u.

KITthe Stewart . 3.95 .,e 79f.Curti. $7,95 "

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j!. 18 doliMivRia dun Thuriaay. December-. 17,...1904.

I Cold Weather Big Aid to Salt Water Fishermen I


Local salt water fishermen accept with pleasure the current near Greenwood S.C., with a score of five. Bull Shoals In of Lake Kerr either or he might not have! begun his little of logging trials and deer tracks. So It might !be well to get

I cold weather announcements. Near freezing weather Missouri rated a score of three. piece on lunker largemouth! Paul Mains, "the ole Kingfish," In touch with Hal if Interested!

continued for several days In a row, sends redflsti and trout Anglers may be shocked to learn that Eloise Is the best outdoor editor of the Jacksonville Boating Thought
I Into Salt Creek Barnett Creek, and East Pass at the Suwan lunker producing because activity on a lake supposedly disturbs has told in Hiere's six times as much water as there Is land. 9

nee, Johnson Creek, Sanders Creek and Fishbone Creek at fishing, John W. Dlllin, tournament director, reports. his column of one Jacksonville fisherman catching 13 bass possibly the Lord Intended that there be six times as many

Shlred Island, and Butler Creek and other nearby creeksat "Eloise has as much or more power boating; as any in addItion over LAKE 10 pounds from October 15 to December L Rill Smithof boats as automobiles!
Horseshoe Beach. to four water ski shows being held daily at Cypress tell you of two fishermen bring.
On the fresh water front large speckled perch dominate .Gardens," he said. Ing in 10 bass weighing over 100 pounds. Let's not forget Tarpon May Be Found V ar-Round

the fishing scene .at such lakes as Red Water Santa Fe, Other high scores were posted as follows: Lake Johns at Lake them.Newnan's many catches of bass over I pounds, stringsof One of Florida'! most coveted trophies Is the silvery, hlg!>
Lloyd White's three Newnan's .
Lochloosa. and Newnan. Winter Garden, 10; Wilhlachoochee River at Dunnellon, Lake which Lake bass by o'clockone lumping tarpon. ..ut unfortunately, the tarpon's almost legendvy
weighed 39
morning pounds has also
fish built
FISHING RESULTS in Winter Haven Neff or an average of reputation as a great game a
Shipp at Brooksville, all tie with 13 each leads
pounds most of Newnan Lake's
catches and Inexperienced angler can'lhope
Lake Santa Fe eight St. Johns River seven widespread misconception that the
; ; Apopka at Winter Garden, seven probably tops the best catches In the 135 lakes for
Mr*. Bobby Shipman of SHIPMAN'S FISH CAMP Earleton, ; Jackson near Tallahassee, six; Starke at Ocoee, lola near Dillin's survey rated by to catch one without considerable expense special

has telephoned the following speckled perch results: From Dade City, Pierce near Dundee Orange at Cltra, Rainbow. equipment boats, and guides.

GainesvilleC.. T. Tratlco and White Ellin 33, Eddie and River at Dunnellon, Reedy at Frostproof, all with five. Want a Hunting/ Preserve? Actually, anyone with f serviceable rod and reel and only

AL Tropodi, 29'Hall Thompson and Aaron Jennings, 29; from The best lure In Lake Eloise proved to be a Jim Baggy. Hal Batey Jr., local Gainesville businessman, has heard the ordinary patience can get plenty of chances for tarpon from
Starke Mrs. 1.. T. Johns 35 speckled perch; from Lake plastic worm manufactured In Winter Haven. plea of state officials for more land for hunting. He has op. bridges and shores. For this sort of convenient and inexpensive .

City-C. H. Nettles, 31; and from Jacksonville-Nick and Pat Perhaps long-time friend John Dillln hasn't heard of Santa ened up 800 acres of forest land near Cedar Key and will tarpon fishing, no area Is more productive than the

Albano, 19 speckled perch and 4 bass up to S pounds. Edgar Fe fisherman Curtis Peck who claims more than 200 bass lease hunting rights_at a reasonable figure. He talks casually I II Overseas liighway of the Florida Keys. _

Johns, Starke, boated an 6'A pound base Bob Voorheei and above ( pounds in one season. That's I
more than four time Cincinnati beat the St. Louis
I wife; Gladys caught S bass up to 6Vfc pounds.Newaan' as many eight-pounders as
were caught by all the Lake I I I Cardinals on their season series, I I
Lake FISH Eloise fishermen put together: Evidently.. John hasn't heard 10 games to t. I."
Johnny McGilvray of McGILVRAY'S CAMP reports

4 tome of the many catches of large perch this past week. WHAT Do wu .ao x Md1orr 606H.MOMI 1W1Sl I ITo
From Gainesville -Myron Wade and son, 40 speckled perch Solunar FOR CHRISTMASBUY Moth!..RluhQANTA YOU CLAM POP WTA QA MNQ ID aA NTA A LtTTR soon COULD CM or SAND THIS" M.i1J 1

"i of which the largest 17 weighed 37 pounds, "Bill" Howard aAXTR CNRItIAie NT TlICKCI FOOD P..*mHERSHETS
and his Yankee son-in-law 70, L. C. Jolley 25, George Da- YOUR MATEA

vis, 35, Tom Pierson and C. G. KIrkpatrick, 22 large ones Tables r MEATAF UJ.
O i' Gl
eta y"A''t h'M
streaiii' tchodulo ot loiunor ,
..j+ \ bolow hoo ...... ,.k...Porlodi from John 01prlntori 1
AUUn Knlghfi tOLUNAR TAILei. Plan
your doyo oo "' ., you will bo lining
and In good territory hieovor t
or hunting Sand ;
during they tI..... H you with
"o find tho boil opart tttot oocri day
',1 to oflor.Tho .
Motor ,..loci. oro shown In told
co typo. Thoio login ot tho sun" SWlfT'S PREMIUM SWI'T'S PREMIUM' FRESH LEAN
4 rdf r Mown and 'lap tar on "hour and o holt l CHUCK CHUCK GROUND
ey Y 7 or two hours fnorooflor. Tho Minor Ported
:t Mown In roouior typo, are ofoemowhot I
ihortor durotlon.Uoo .
loiltrn (londord tlmo STEAKS ROAST BEEF
Frank PliiIH.tt| AM. PM.
tI ow Mln. Mol win. Mot y
Sun Outdoor Mllor rldoy 4:It Kill eon. u,,, 4UT
nurdoy I II Hill I M ItiNndoy ,
< 4; 4II lossMaad.y
7:It II,M 7 II hIS
I unttl. I tit 1' till till *'.II M I.IS 5aWdn..d.y 4H 55 45 3 LBS. $1

Thursday. It'It ass 10::II .. B. B.

In one-fourth of a day, Ernest Wlgglesworth and Johnny McGllvriy END CUT LEAN
4 41 in a hall! day Earl Poythreis and Bill Williams, Fishing Tides +w a PORKCHOPS / 3RSKET{

I 70. Veteran fishermen Duke Trubey, .Howard Bishop and I 5. STEW
.I Arch Edwards "showed them perch a thing or two" with four Prldoy-Htgh ot 1.M ,.m. Low ot
rill and 7 I
: om. om.
dozen minnows. From Valdosta, Georgia-Curtis Lewis, 35; loturdoy Hltrt ot 13:IT t..... OMloom. I \,
Low ot 7:54 o.m, and 7.41 39c
from Palmetto, Florida Albert Hamrick, 31. LB.
High ot liM ...... and 111
Lake limdoy-
.e LocbloosaMrs. o... Low ot ..., ..... and t.M pm
Carl Johnson, of CARL'S FISH CAMP has telephoned ".m. Low ot I:41 o m. and: I:34 p.m.Monday14100 ; BOSTON BUTT
ot 1-04 ann. and 4 Itm.
speckled perch catches as follows: John Roberson, Jacksonville ,. Low m. : .m. I FOR QUICK COURTEOUS
_. Nlyh2 n .m.. and ACTION
:52 411m.
and A. Roberson, Waycross Georgia -52 to two pounds; ,. .... P SUPRMK
Low ot it I) t and 51 >m.1 YOU MAY MAIL 35'PORK
John Strickland and wife, Jacksonville, 40, 1.. W. Terrell .w.dnaaday-/11ph ot 144 o..... and THE FOLLOWING : ROAST
5 N pm. Low ot It.It. am. ond II *m I
and son, Wayne, 40; Allen Rhpden, McClenny, and Don Harris Thurodoy-HIgh ot 4 41 o,m, and 4.Jtm. tt. tRtttltrttKteltlt VltleKttKKItrKKK yeK1lKK15ltKK'['lRtt.
Green Cove Springs, IS '. Low ot IIII 1 a.m.Joyce .
) Jacksonville, 41; L. B. Brunson I FRANK PHILPOTT 10-14 AVERAGE
to two pounds; and Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Ernest, Orange BOX 331GAINESVILLE SPARERIBS lb.
Park, 23 perch and one 4'%.pound bass. Mrs. Johnson says Ward's FLORIDA 37
11 I the speckled perch are large and should overrun the lily
I am 'Interested 'in owning:

pads loon Suwannee RiverE. 590 Series I D A SKI BARGE 16' 020' 37c '. SUGAR

D. Manning Jr., Gainesville, and Dale Smith High DA HUNTER FIBERGLASS BOAT :'

Springs, took time off from education problems last weekto DA MONARK ALUMINUM BOAT 39SAUSAGE '

the catch Suwannee.50 nice trout and a dozen. sheepshead at the mouthof Leads UCWL I DA JACKSON FIBERGLASS CANOE FRESH PORK LIMIT ONE WITH

Shlred Island Joyce Ward, whose (77 series -
Jack Wllllsms and Clayton Gwynn camped out two nights recently Is the all time = A McCULLOCH OUTBOARD MOTOR Moat
I $100r..10
at SHIRED ISLANDS.recreation are to hunt ducks, But fishIng high for a.local women bower \. I DA MURRAY TRAILER 3 LB,

In Gwynn. '11'it. stldminum"boat 'was 10 good, they had a shot at another (00 DAN ELECTRIC TROLLING MOTOR

never fired shot at a duck. In'i day and,a half they filled Wednesday night but settled for,' I w DA REDWOOD TIMBERLODGE TOP VALUE 100
jhelr bait wells with 120 trout for some of the best trout 590 In the University City HIINZSPAGHETTI
had In Women's League at Palm DA MONARK JUMBO ICE CHEST to.
action they've years. 99c BABY FOOD 6
Horseshoe Beach Lanes. i DA USED BOAT OUR VALUITOILET . .,. . Jera

_E. C. "Pop" Dunnavant, veteran Horseshoe fisherman, says She rolled 206 200 lit to DA USED MOTOR OUR VALUE 300 CAN

the trout are larger than he's seen In years When he puts lead a strong parade of scores. I DA USED TRAILER TISSUE TO .,,.89c PORIUBIANS10con,99cPINEAPPLE
board his 19-ft. cruiser for trout or red- Bette Sprow, Coca Cola, had
aside his cares to
Plooio tolophono mo to .".".. on ovpolnlmtnt ., 0)nivtvoll too Can
fish, the bigger the fish are the better he likes itt 373; Pat Dees, Gold Coast .er... I. timo. C ""IOJ CABIN HOME CARITON'S ot SS. LONG GRAIN
Restaurant 362 LJi Elleman 1 I GRITS GUSTAFSON'SMILK
Exchange Club Fishing Contest First Federal, S42; Phyllis Nome . . . . Dote . 5
Ibs. 29e
during the 5 Ibs 29c
;j ..The Gainesville Exchange Club's Fishing 5 cons 95c 3 Ibs. 39e
New Year weekend will begin New Year's Day, Friday, Brown, substitute, 532; Normal Address . . . . , ) / qol. 53c
Simpson, Little Pigs ot
January 1, at ( am. and will continue through Saturday will take ica, 516; Gwen Dulaney, Gold I Home Tel . . or Bus. Tel. GOLDEN RIPEBANANAS NOBODY UNDERSELLS MEAT-A-RAMA
7anuary: 2, until 6pm. Sunday, January 3. Fishing OUR ADVERTISED PRICES ARE ALWAYS IN EFFECT
place anywhere In the Suwannee River at Shired Island Coast, 515; Phyllis Wright I I sstaltts.s.stsu.slstetatautaaut: >w..>ASUls4tlaaa.a.stautalatttstttata.: .. FROM ONI THURSDAY TO THI NIXT
Center 513
coastal creeks Phllpott's Sports ;
and Horseshoe Beach and In any of the
'from louth of Suwannee River to north of Horseshoe Beach. Marion Nieland Brown's Texaco Frank Philpott's Sport Center 9"
the flats and Service, 307; and Jerry *
Salt water redflsh and trout will be sought on

1n the creeks a well a black bass, panflsh and catfish Stuart Clnny's 506. I' North of ..I..U....,.5. .. 20 N.W. Uik A..
and Mrs. Dees' 222 was best single "'' HIRE QUALITY SELLS ITSELF"
In Suwannee River. Headquarters for Friday Saturday '
Hights will be the River Boat Motel at Fannin Springs. The name while Mrs. Sprow bad PI 2-S011 or'M-tnj __

'official weighing station will be CHRIS' RESTAURANT aj a 221. Brown's rolled 2957 on OPEN 12 .. I ..d 4 .. 9 0 m. M.... thru ,rI. GRAPESZ
963-1014-980 with the middle ,.'. ....
:Tannin Springs. Prizes In the five categorieswill be pre. So I to ( p m.

scnted at the Exchange Club meeting, Monday, January 4. game best single. |' H.m..5 Ski .." ,., Huntor and M.".... loot, I 29<
Guests and members of Exchanglte families will be eligible Splits were made by JeanCrgle. McCuHock M...", .. Jackie. sad MonorkConooi -
Gainesville Gas, 1.7. ...d Troll.,' ,.
N.., ..., _
for j' l fire trot:
prizes. o" Opt Sandal t '.m. I* I ,.....
10; Fran Taylor, General!
CaUhh ?
Spree Gains Steak Room 51 -
; Arthur Holmes and his wife recently "had a ball" at Fowler's
-4 t 10; Barbara Holmes, substi
.. ] Bluff on the Suwannee River. They caught (3 catfishup
tute. 5 10: Mrs. Dees 3 (-
to four pounds In weight. Loads of bream are being take-
7; Estelle Tilghman Edwards,
from this but this catfish enhances even more
; en area, report .
3 8. 10; Ingrld Sapp, Doug'sDairy
the reputation of Fowler's Bluff as a meat fisherman's para I
Twirl, 5.7; Gerry the night before Christmas
,..dJ... .I was ,
Guenther, Coca Cola, 4-3
: Bragg!*' Bass 7: Charlotte Culpepper, Coca .! \Vhca all through the house,
: Jl entries In the U.S. Open Black Bass Championship Is a Cola 5 7; and Shirley Steger I r?

: .criteria, Lake Eloise, near Cypress Gardens, produces more Manor Restaurant, 4 7 t.1 Not a creature was stirring,
lunker largemouth bats than any other body of water In Shuford Cagle, Gold Co II t
Not even Santa dans. .
the nation I +
Restaurant led the Night Owl .. .
,' Lunkers, which weigh, eight pounds or more were the only loop with m 206 180 363.

entries considered by tournament officials In rating the lakes Joe Balogh, Manor Motel 367; R I
:-. 'according to the Winter Haven Chamber of Commerce, sponsors and Ed Suereth Gold Coast, Idft

of the contest. had a 211 top game. Johnson

:: Eloise produced 43 bass weighing more than eight pounds. 4 Farls hit 964 979 1021 -

.. Ranking In a tie for second place are Lake Kissunmee, 2984 with the latter game high
situated east of Lake Wales, and Lake Juliana, north of Au- I Splits were made by Ernest

.burndale, both with a score of II. Edwards. Edwards MO; John

Lake Howard In the city limits of Winter Haven produced Mason Prpin Distributors, S .

'15 to take fourth place. Lake Lowrry, Haines City, tied for 10; Huber Watson Prpin, S .

these six lakes are In Florida. I 7 10; Bill Wood Royal' I .' ..
A total of 133 lakes In the United States received rat. Crown. 5. 7; Bill Stone Royal

_Ings. The beat score outside of i Florida was Lake Greenwood Crown S 10. 1i..aI.:


After Surgery 1 Go.. y. h.atNda.wsa. / his h..... ...",. ..'. c.ri.Ho... I, v
6 H.P. Johnson Motor 13' Hunter boat Rocket tilt DtIanw

DETROIT (AP Walter trailer with nylon tit-down Orig. $745.50 -- "

Hagrn, one of golfdom's all-time Special ..........-..-.......-......-...-...-_..jjjj s; 12900 to 22900 : : )
.. .
great players was pronounced 3 H.P. Johnson Motor, 12' Aluminum John boot Oria_ "'- .-......

.in good condition today after $308.45, Special .......-..-.--_.....??.5779
undergoing what a spokesman 6 H.P. Johnson Motor. 12' Hunter Boot, Rocket trotter a

for Henry Ford Hospital described '' with nylon tie-down, Orlg. $621.50, Special _$595 Irresistibly comfortable (RECUNA-ROCKER) by LA-Z-BOY

ai minor surgery on his 10' Aluminum Duck Boots. Ortg $99.50.

'throatfc I Special . jg j.Qj .* I... .
Santa .
hwq out miot tt. rthxln, nnhn of U Z any w<<11"
Cause for the operation was )2'AtLlminum Proms. Orlg. $129.95 1 Special $1 11.95 Pte. IM paeae.1 -- ___ .od.... Ih wndab KV.UI, .... bin dm of and whew 55.,. ..... M.ne+*
Dot disclosed See our dozens of Christmas gift suggestions under out M Sap. lie u" taw Ik. Kkcih* Irwtai km sad wliM .. my
Hagen, who will be 7S Mon'day. $10 [ lloasc( Beautiful ] J'' -Inn pe.iti.w4. .ft Ie hO ..... TW Rodmi *oU.f I* T>. M4.K IUw

was US. Open champion In STORE HOURS OM44mo) AJlIHoe.. u..o pnlnt Cktmmn tilt ft* Mo.lnt M EM. 1ftlOCI.
'1114 and lllf. He also woo the S AM TO C PM MON THRU FRI. ... r a Iwme M1 Me 1Ia..o 1"oio t lor few CD.iww pre wlmaw,

'British Open title in 1m. 1914.' SAT. I AM TO 1 PM

end 1121: and 1X9. and reigned

ling n Professional In mt and Colt Association from ;19:4 CROY'S MARINE CENTER OPEN J.f.om t'-' dwlfiLl

Z through 1917. I 601 S. MAIN ST. J7MS9I FRIDAY NIGHT !
.., AI"he CHnty's only eutkonsed'Johnson __

been The held Olympic twice game In the United have 'TIL 9 O'CLOCK 1703 N. MAIN ST. 'Jllrnltu"rt Corihan.v; t

States In St. Louis In 1904 and See-Hera. Deafer WMUE DSCO ATIM SIIVICI I) COMPUMINTAlr'I : r

la Los.Angeles In 1931 I

J BUSINESS MARKET REPORT ::1! ( Gulf Hammock Land -

REVIEW J (t"' : Sale Near Close

, Late :MorningN. I By BUZZ MIXSON rights to (the dolomite on the

J i Sun Area Editor Slate ltd. OKs land and would pay the state I
RequestTut Listing MOBILE, Ala. The sal royalties of 10 per cent of the'i

of all the stock of RobinsonLand ComlilOlwlPllrclrase prevailing market price, or a
Allls Chal 19 Jones&L 69
and Lumber Co. which "
minimum of $00.000 a year. ;
MlMMnf "'."'. .u.tiHm ... Alcoa 59T Kais AI 29H I
owns the 132.000 acre Gulf
Armbrecht said this morning,
ggrsr Tile W ssMfs, AmAlr 44 Ken'cott 91 Hammock tract in Coun-
:: STOCK LISTINGS Levy "Whatever Mr. Lea does with
Am Can 42' Llg & My 81% ty, is expected to be closed out .. .. .... .. .. the property after he buys the
RerceiWnlbernMuiphey: I : AmCyan 62% Loch'd 34H" fi i shortly after the first of next stock of our company la ot no
AmMot 14t Lorillard 42 I r. |>ear. reatlonal Council director, said Interest to us."
AT&T 67'. Mag'vox 31 the exploratory, oil, timber and
NEW YORK War Lamb __ .70 324 117900 1H Hi I
Benguet up The secretary of Robinson
AmTob 33 MM&M 58'. William Armbrecht Jr., Mobile llmerock rights could be leasedto
STOCK EXCHANGE Worthingtn 1.50 491. 69,300 Pure Oil 57 b up 3<-. and for for the which Land and Lumber Co. said
15% Mohasco 15 attorney secretary pay property
Abbott Lab 2040 45 Xerox .. .:.._ 97\ 65,400 Fr Ch Cam 27H up 1% Ampx Cp the today gave this would be developed Into a huge there was no way to tell how .
Anaconda M Mona'to 86'i company
Allied Chem __.. 1.80 52'1.'. Zenith .. __._ 1.20a 64'% 58,800 Tektronix 17'" up 11' Armour 53H Mont Wd 38 estimate of the time remain- recreation area. (The state currently much profit if any Lea wouldbe
Amerada Pt 2.00 833 a 57,400 Tex Gul Sul SOS off H. making on the sale of the'
to close out the sale of the holds I lease
OVER THE COUNTER Babcock 345 Nat Dair 80". ing on partof
Am Elc: Pow .._. .... 1.16b 441i NIW YORK I API TIle Mlowlnf' bid 54,700 Ampex Corp 15'. up H, Beth SU 35H Nat Dist 28ii Gulf Hammock property to William the property( for use as a Gulf Hammock property because
Amer Enka _.._... 1.4Oa 68 ..M iikM wnutuni' wpdiM. .by till. 48,800 Chrysler S9H' off % C Lea of Atlanta Ga. Lea is purchasing all of
""'11 AuocKiton rt iKurltlm DMln ) Boeing 69% N.Am Av 52' game preserve
Amer Hone _... '. 1.44a 131''I ..... (., M not rMnxm KttMl I Ir_ 47,000 Sperry Rand 13' up b Robinson's stork which includ'
.. .. Borden 77'. Penney 64'i and his associates I Undrr Lea's proposal, t h estate
Amer M Fdy .90 181'I bill .r. NASD.......4101.51. 45,500 Am Tel & Tel 67H up 3' Lea (unnamed es other asseta and property.:
elnl. ringt with* wMck Mcur Brunswk S Pa RR 37'% entered into contract would make of
Armco SU __ 3.00 141,.I tin coun II... Mm MM Ibid) orI 40,000 Ford Motor S4H up H, ) a payments Gov. Farrla Bryant said, regarding '
1.20a 32" bouoht (iikMiiAIico < CaterTr 40% Pep Cola 62'i to purchase tho sprawling tract 170000 a month on the Gulf
Atch Topka 33,800 Gen Inslrmnt 14l. % the Gulf Hammock
Land .._......._, ._ 121f. up Celanese 74t Phil Mor 7514 from Robinson Land and Lumber Hammock tract proposition
Baxter Lab ..__ .36 27\1 I 33,000 Brunswick 7!. unch over a periodof I : "We've wanted this
Amer Fidel Life .... 21.. Chrysler 13% Phlll Pet 52'. Co. the early part of this 20 This would bring 1,
Beckman In __ 73 30,500 Gen Motors (4H H years. land for a long time but the
Amer Mat Ins _,, 19' Com Ed 64'. RCA 32'i i
and they in turn, are
year, the ultimate cost to over $16
Beech U S 1.10 524 I 28,500 Hooker Chem 37H off H up old owners wanted cash. Now,
Amer Pioneer Life __ 7" Con Edis 95 Stl 424
Rep now negotiating with the state million. Lea's asking price
Bristol My ._ .80 88\I per If we can develop I program
Brown Shoe .. .__ 3.40 107 Anheuser Busch 66 AVER STK EXCII Dow Che 76'. Revlon 43' JustifiahlcA of Florida for sale of the landundrr acre Is $78.75. The state could I with recreational and
... .__ 1" duPont 229'i Tob 39' ... purposes
Anodyne I Rey lease
Brunswick __ 7',1, ACTIVE STOCKS a purchase have purchased it a couple of I use the other opportunities for
Citizens Bank _.. 38 EAL 44"% P 30% coroner's la Los
Bucyrus Erie '_ 381.i., Volume Close Change StReg Inquest rangement.The fears ago from Robinson for development, the state will
Conn Lt & Pow 37Y. E. Kodak 135% Seaboard 45 I
Angeles Wednesday ruled the 170 an acre in a cash deal.
Cambell S .._ 2.40 37 X 121,700 Syntex Cp 621 up H State Outdoor Recreational have this magnificent property .
Cowles & Pb 11% Firestone 42% Sears 128"%
Carter Pdt __, 1.00a 17 Dunn &Mag Bradst _._ 60' 30,500 United Canso 3'. up H Fla P&L 77 Sinclair 56% death of Sam Cooke, rock '. Planning Committee this _.Lea proposes to lease back.. _the.. for_nothing!. "__
Case J I __.._ 18'04 ? 27,800 Fotochrome 11U *. roll 1 week agreed to the conditional
up singer, as "justifiable
Florida Gas _, .._ 11naNat'lBank % Ford 54% Socony 89%
... 1.00 29%, 26,100 Kaiser Ind 7 \'. of the land which
Canons Air up homicide." Ells 22, purchase
.__. 63'6Fla Frmst Da 13% SouthnC 66'. Boyer
,... =.. 4.00 711,1 25,700 Wstn 8 5. would cost $to 2 million, Time
Equities plu
Ches Ohio -- ........ 29'1' up It's
Tele ___ __.. Frept Sui 45 Sperry 14'. testified that Cooke forced her Happy
... 13"Coaa of about to
Chris Craft Forrest Labs __..._.._ 15% ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS= Fruoh Tr SOU StRrand 78'. to accompany him to a motel. carrying charges
S Gas __ 3311ICBS. million.
Founders Life ..__ 7% Gen Dyn 35'i StO NJ 88 I
Purchases ._
.. ... 1.80b 4l'4 I -- 332,281 When she left with his clothes
v ..... __.. 54 Studebak % Final of the
Franklin Life Gen El 90 6 approval purchase
Short Sales _. .,.
Comb _.._ 1.20 3S% 1 ? 4638 he forced his Into the
Eng Great American ..._ 10'/. Gen Fds 80'. Swift 56> way by the state Is based on For Students
,Other Sales _...._._ 371.10'I
omsat ._....... : 8m I
motel manager's apartm n I the to
roller _._ ._ 38 'Total Sales 375,843 Gen Mills 48'. Texaco 88 property's( ability pay ,
ne Mills _..._. .ao 215 It Gulf Life 45' 'I ---- Gen Mtrs 94'. Thiokol 12'. and was fatally shot.NATO. for itself. Ney I ..Landrum, ..Recto -

ont Alrl __ .40 Herff Jones _...-. ........ 16V.: PREVIOUS DVY'S Goodrich S7Vi U Carbid 123. -- By TOVA LEVINE Many schools will have Individual .
.. 6011I
onto Ins 2,20 Home Ins _...._" 70'4 I STOCK MARKET Goodyr 45" Unit Airc 63% V ef F Student Journalist class Christmas parties

ontrl Data __... 48 Kennasaw Life __ 8'4 Advances 642 Greyhnd 22'% Un Fruit 16'. Tla the season when all bedlam today and Friday.

m Pdts _._ 1.50 53'1i Life of Fla __..._ II" Declines .. _?...?,?.,,?..,... 415 Gulf Oil 58% US Steel 51% Rift breaks lone as county
... 1.60 81%
Its Air .owes Company .... 21 Y. Unchanged -. 287 Hon'well 12514 Unlv Mat 14'%' school doors open and nearly); Salliamu
.60 13
t Steel "'_ Milgo Electron ........, ,... 10 ,Total Issues ??????????? ? 1,344 Int Harv 75% Westg El 45 20,000 students elemen tar ;y
croon EI _. 100 40 Mort Guaranty Ins 116' New 1963-64 Highs: _.......,_ 13 Int Nick 82% Winn Dix 39% through high school stream Visit ToLegion

'r Camera _.. .50g 2711I Pacific' SW Air 29 New 196364 Lows ..... 17 !lot Pap 33% Woolwth 27'%| out for the Christmas holiday
.... .. 3S1oi ... .. Post
n'l Fed ._
SchliU Brew ?.....m_ 48 I Still ExistsPARIS acallon. .
Chartr __... 1.97f 24 Secur Life & Tr .._...?..... 56 County public schools, St. Pat- Santa Claus will put In in
E Cst _. ,_ 124 ._ 26'04 appearance at the American
Southern Nitro. ??- rkk'. Catholic School and P K.
Fait _.., .to 21'/. Travelers Ins ._ 39. Problems Face 'onge Laboratory Sthuol "close' Legion Halsley Lynch Poll a

F Lay _...._.. 38'- U S I ,._,___ __ 8'. (AP) Ministers of' continue seeking ways to up shop" for this year after 18 Homo Friday at I 30 p.m.
Tele ._ .88 3610i AMERICAN the North Atlantic Treaty Or. ease East Went tensions and lasses Friday afternoon. Classa He will have gifts and favors

f .:..,.-.- I.oob 55% STOCK EXCHANGE ganization failed today to settle bring to realization "the legitimate will resume Jan. 4 for the children.
_... .10g 25""% Grain Farmers the of the termanpeople" Members child
.Gen __ 24 their differences on sharing aspirations having r e n
Aerojet The exodus of 01
Gtc Co 1.00b 54'. University '
._ 2684 of nuclear responsibility but for reunification. I have been asked to provide I
Analex Corp Florida students began this
80 154'
rtls. r-o-- ..__ 13. agreed to keep on studying this gifts for their own. Extra gifts
I ...._._......_ 5.00 411 Aqua Chem ? .' By SAM DAWSONAP the Import tariff and also by complex problem I The reference to the nuclear week and will\ continue until the "for those who don't receive"are
._.__ 24. .
lot ;'n C.,. _.... 1.80a 36'. Aurora Plastics Business New Analyst British domestic tax increases problem was made In general last exam Is over Classes ended encouraged
Barnes Engineer _._ 24"- The United Stales and French terms because the ministers last week and the final exam -,
let Ie 1.00 NEW YORK (AP) Amert aimed at cutting down consumer A covered dish supper at 7
i. .. 4776Leh Butler Shoehromaloy .... 12 governments remained dividedon :realized they could not obtain period for the first trtmts-
Kell g ._ BOa can grain farmers may be fac and business spending especially p.m. will precede Santa's par
n Tp _...:._ 1.34e 30'4 _.. 145 ing new troubles abroad as wells for foreign goods. this Issue. Rut those same any concrete commitments fora ter began, Exams end Friday ty,
Cinerama ..__. 4'. took to mixed-manned Pularln-armed when all grades must be turned
198f 74'1' governments care
Lit In w- the aftermath of a severe All Americans have aome Jark Ferber will be In chargeof
Lon! S en .__ 1.00 %6Maii % Computer Scl 46: drought at home. stake in all of these international keep In close contact with each surface fleet or any variation of In to the reglstrsr'a office. I the program. Marie tins-
Labs A __... 15:11.
Fit 1.60 4810i Cutter of the European other. that concept. I Christmas festivities, music
1 The six trade juggling. This is because mayer will provide piano music
..__ 551. 'C.nlecl
Mails M ...:. .. 1.00 1a% Data Control Common Market have programs and plays l< and singing.'free .
Fulton Inds __ 111I the United States also has The NATO ministers Issued a The communique also said the week's activities In Calnes
Mc<1 Hill ___, .60a 37 Gen Develop ....._ _.. 4 reached a peace pact after long I balance of payments deficit communique at the close of I"the ministers stressed. the importance villa schools.

Meal Corp ._ 1.70 473', Jax Minit Mkt. _.-..._ 7'4 tattles over grain prices In their that has to be managed carefully their winter meeting which I of avoiding dissemination The Second Shepherd .Trimming
Herd __ 2.ooa 45 lands. For Americans the end to avoid weakening the standIng made this reference to the of nuclear "
Mackey Airlines 45. I wespone Play, a 13th century miracle At Time
NatlAirl ,.__ .ao 851. result be that the French Story
may of the dollar. .
mixed manned surface fleet
Johnson 15%
N CenU .50g Mead will grow more grain to get the The Americana regard the play, will be presented by the '
Pac NW Tele 221,1 The deficit comes from more concept: Dramatic Club of P. K. Yonge The a/te'rnonn/
Friday ff I
Nia j t Pow 2.00 533,. higher prices agreed upon. This fleet Idea as one way to achieve: ore
ElecRedwing ._ .. 42y dollars being sent abroad for along 'Ministers examined the tonight al 8 15 In the school Time II
Noblk W. .. ,_ 8.00 Philips could cut Into the $400 mllllon-a- this result The French believethe auItorlum which held al the Public -
Carriers 41,1 list of goods and services:problems confronting the alii- A Christmas tree Library between 113: and
No/nd/ P S __ 1.48 59'. market the United States fleet will have exactly the
...._. 2'4 year and investments and foreign aid In the field of convention lighting carol
N at Gu .. 1.80 80 Rie Group has enjoyed in the Common ante opposite result. ceremony, sing' 4 for children aged I to T will
Math _. 1.20 4Ons % Sperry R. Wta.iyntex __ ... 1'I' Market countries. than are returned in payment al and nuclear weapons. A thor As the winter ministerial ng and elementary school open be dedicated this week to tree.

0'4 ......._. 8210i for America's products. of views house will .
n G 2.50 101% They also will have a common ough exchange on meeting drew to a close, UJ precede the play it rimming rather than story
P G E 1.00 343-.1 Tampa Flee __ 26; tariff against grain imports The best way to keep this deficit .I these: problems took place and Secretary of Slate Dean Rusk 1.30. telling The children will spend

Ulng -- 2.40 31 Tech Measur 164, that can further hamper within bounds Is to Increasethe will be continued" j!prepared to fly back to Washington A Christinas musical program the time making Christ mi I

Pst T" T -_ 1.20 28' TWA Wts ..-- 30 American shipments which otherwise size of American exports i That left the whole American to report to President resenting the band and chorus tree ornaments and hanging

Amer A 1.20 28"-'i Union: Cigar /ti I would have lower price'This Is a prime goal of U.S. government 'concept for bringing the Allies Johnson of Buchholi Junior High will beheld them on the Library' Chrlit-
...............=.. ..=.. /
Valspar .. mat tree.
Pcb Dav 1.00 29Ptnzod tags than those that European, policy.Everything into a closer nuclear partner. American sources said Rusk tonlaht. at. 7.30. ... -In.. the school,
2.00 421" MUTUAL FUNDS farmers are guaranteed. : that cuts Into our ship subject 11o further talks and was quite satisfied with his two I auditorium : The Saturday morning story

Prier -..-. ft .80a 46'I Affiliated\ Fund 186 The weather that has plaguedsome exports, or shrinks our markets, more study. l long private talks with French Gainesville High/ School aen- I hour for children aged I to U
Life 4 Gr 176 I makes the deficit that President Charles de Gaulle and will be held a* usual Thestorytellers.
Phlps Dg _._ 3.00 714P4rold Capital American farm areas la much The NATO ministers agreed I lor student will present their
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Growth .
.20 180 {Divers reported to have been much,larger and harder to handle hoped that the 'class play Friday evening at I

Put, Sv E G .......r 1 2.60 39% Dividend Shares 3.75 : kinder: to both Soviet and Red And that effects the dollar's French discussions Amerlcl"'I'In the school auditorium. The and Miss Midge Wymsn, will

Put Oil '." 57% Dreyfus ... -2087'Chinese! grain growers. Their:reputation domestic interest I Lawyers ',ue play Is entitled "Beit F Of tForward" tell, among others and ,"How"The LJtuVout

Raomer .__ 100 404 Fidelity Capit/ .- _._ 11.30 arvests are reported large and rate., and the protection of U.S. The same reported by John Cecil Holm Angel" the
Grlnch StoU Christmas
ReaURen ..._- -.50b55% Fidelity Trend 19 08(perhaps even sufficient for gold reserves. i 'general agreement between the'The comedy la directed by bo

Metl! .. .50 34' Funcl'tallnveBt 11.431 home demands. The big markettin Any loss of American farm Told Duly ,,United Stales and France on the Mrs, Mary Myers Elliott There will no story times
2) and
December 26
RidNerrRCOIa _" 100 55'4 Income of Boston ........ IS3| these Communist lands that markets abroad will be hurt by .need to prevent a spread of nu-. or on
Inc ..... ..... 7.68, ofl Other Gainesville schools al January 1 and ,. Storytell .o i
__ _.. 1.20 181. Incorporated the United States and Canada just that much. Any lose ,I I clear weapons throughout the
I tch 1.73g 4S Keystone K-2 ................ ..... .. 1.681 markets by higher tariffs, permanent j I: Before GolfJACKSONVILLE I world. m" precnled Christmas pro-\will !begin again with the usual
Roy shared this disappear i'
year may ,
) schedule the week.Brownie
\ Sear l ,'Gd _.. .90 M Keystone S-3 __. .._ 1 In 196S. This would further contract I' or temporary, hurts by I 1 grams-..-durtny -the-..-"ant wee/. -. --. --.- --following.- -- .'TCaroling .

Singer]_ 2.00 11 I Keystone S-4 .>............-, IU the world outlets for just that much. That is Ameri I (APISomeof Thief WI1sHeeling

Smith Kin .. 1.201 IA Life Investors 195 American surplus grain. ca's stake In the recent decisions the regulars will miss the and Gift Baskets

SouCJ Ed ._,_ 1.05 374 Life Stock Fund __ 7.47 1 For American business In by Crest Britain and by Jacksonville Bar Association's I

St at Cal ._. ._ 200 6911 Mass. Inv Stock-. 17.07 general there Is further evidence Ith. Common Market six annual Golf Tournament this Slow

St attnd .-_ 2.00b 42;(Mass. Inv Growth 190 in the Common Market nest Germany, Italy, afternoon. Keep Girl Scouts Busy
Sterl )rugs .15 211%''Pioneer Fund _...... .. 183 that a new era of isolationism the Netherlands Belgium IndLuXfmbour DEERFIELO: BEACH!: Fla .

Texa.UUTextrf ._ 1.211 821..Puritan I' Fund ..... ... .... 156 grain pact may be building up, ,. I One attorney In the Duval!((API Police sprang Into ao Christmas la a busy lime fur troop U will carol al

-.. --...... 1.40 507.! Putnam Growth ... .. .. 158 abroad. County tax assessment suit suggested .'two Wednesday night after they'I Gainesville area Girl Scouts. Sunlsnd/ Training Center a nd:
dw : TV & Elec .... .. 103 afternoon+ were told a person with a .I
TidevfcerTranrW The British have slapped a IS a Thursday Area troops are planning caroling Junior troop 123 has mad dc-
A .1- .. 416Unnr : Value Line Inc ._ .- 1.73 per cent surcharge on most of Hearing trial recess "for reasur we all!slurred drunken sounding) tripe and finishing gifts orations for a Sunland collage.
Fund .... .... .. 14 93 voice had answered the phone
Pile 1 Ana 42wi ? its imports as part of Its battle know about. at the railroad station after It f[and food and toy baskets for Brownie and junior troops at
Und JrL !.5Ob MY"Sl%1 C.mp. V.L Clot Ckange to protect the pound sterling Ends on CarInsurance Judge William L Durden polled cloned for the night needy families. Stephen Foster will carol al
Upjol ua Americans selling their I Junior 411 from J. J.
troop neighborhood homes and the St.Patrltk .
Thieves have broken Into the
others 17 attorneys
n 111,too Com Sat Cp 61% up 14V among
Jim falter products in Britain...are hit by I involved and vetoed a I station several times recently: Flnley School has adopted a 's School junior troop la
..__ .... ........ .... I II re-J family of five children and have trees for
SSHI cess since tt might require an!Three squad cars roared to the making hospital tray

I YORK. TIMES MAIKiT AVERAGES DIG. K Heavy Rains I(evening or Saturday session to I station. invited another junior troop and favors.

N5.w ,.. rj loll MIAMI (AP State Insurance (!make up the time. They found nothing The telephone three Brownie troops al their I P. K. Yonge Brownie Iroop 213

H>e>, Low Close Net Ch,. Hit IIUW'IliiHONOLUUI I,| Commissioner J. Edwin I II company was called, In school" 'for a joint rswlicg I Chas! made place: cards 'for lane

25tt. nUl 117.1 nl.19 Up .49 (AP) Hawaii's Larson says hell decide to M Anyway I've already been! The culprit was I Up[party at the Gainesville 1 and oVoratiMia fur the

Z51,41I1triel. 92.II 79.51 185.72 Up 1.12 worst storm of the season:I to to days on whether to allow I I replaced/ In my tcurinme, lhe|recorded answering device I ping Center from 130: until hoaOdd: Fellows Home.

515.50 501.41 511.95 Up 2.15 .truck the islands of Oahu and automobile tawurance: judge said in pinpointing the I that had Jammed at I akrv j Saturday afternnnn. [ Area scout also helped with

settee" Kaual Wednesday and a down-''en an average underwtlt.1(,golf tournament ere the ralllll.1 I speed.Resigning Cadette trope VA al Wealwood the "Toys foot Tola" project and

I pour of several inches soaked cent bike In pmrIiI N. Junior High will sing carol en!participated. hi Christmas ,..

STOCK !Christmas shoppers and tour1st Larson and 12 aides presidedover 'l |I f* 24. Brownie troop 400! al J. radta In Gainesville and Haw

FLASHE" *. |I( a public bearing In Miami I' r J. FlfuVy win have a Chrlatmas I thorn

MARKET Some streets In Waikikl were'which lasted for ,It.. !tours.. and 30 s I tea for mothers and the UtI *- Mariner troop W to aetiing'Chrlatmas
j(flooded, eower lines were dnwion minutes., Ho said It was the' (wad School" junior troop* w Ifl|'r tries al the l Girl

IKE! YORK (API steels, I! Oahu and stream bunt the longest bearing .to Ms 24 years sing carols al three rest homes'Scout office si 110 NW Ith It
Dee ".... 14.ek Averages I banks m the neighboring Kauai Insurance commissioner, [) II
Id tH stock market In I eonkuaton ( '',i aa on <<

of Us moderate rally ......... Day lied flour i Island rain each'I I Much of lha bearing was taken I Six troop U), 411 12, 471, Scouts Plan
irly bit afternoon. > Up to an tort up by eompentt presentingtheir U from Motcalfe School l and
90090 3p IDdIu& up U7 !hour was being measured en
reasons Jot seeking rate :
extended JU ad- I' Cadctte Iroop n from Howard I rulings
\LetStalhe tThetntrket second day IIi> Jl3.7. 20 1WIa unciaW both Wand, the u.s. Weather.1 increase*. The same arguments!, BlIMp Junior High will

ales aewa continued fa"lr- It I 1.5 tltL up U3 : Bureau said and more was had been presented at a public carol M Highland Court MAnor, Scouts from MetciVe ..1IdHII.ard

at. ft heeds 01 .ftI'al ID' 30017 t 6s Stacks I up 1444UOMOI |!dieted for today i I II ''hearing[! carUr this nontb 1111 and Carol Estate on Dw 21( Bishop school wIll car.ol .

Jol fOIIIIInift forecast further 1 1ex Boat Hater talUhasw I.id win meet together aft' *. M Highland Court Manor.
lIS" of the economy and / Volume | 1.31".1 I I About IS* persona showed op # wade for a Chessman party, I(Carol Estates. and al KM Sun-

Inapt ***** ;* I I I JOUET, B API Somebody -!for the bearing Many left ear land Training Center Monday

3804 IT TM lutomobil iidmtn stork because of an accumula-j i| aa* been taking potshot rjr, after hours ef debate ...r j HlmdcA Choice i(and TutwUy nights.
tion of orders. The Issue was'' CI'IIiUI.Ionc..definition l terms.
boats *
record rate at the aver I
.4 ears at I Girls from Junior Girl Seoul
Iurpd 'quoted[ at ..... off before I Larson said ether hearings'would
IS a*
waters la the Brandon R..s1
heavy ;
It steel was J J14m US and ..
and 'buy JACKSONVILLE (API I ICLri (llroope n. mat. .-
Sues advanced more die NIL j I heck[' ef the Sanitary and Ship: be held. !II Graham. 22. of JIC"'I ItaU. Lad Cadet troop 411 si
t..ucftl ll f[I The Aaoociated Prees avenge,Canal TIle companjet also are ses> .
Jones a&l Howard wU
titan 2 vlllo Joaepn A. ) Buhop caret to
lamed aUrt I point and a '"f of M stock at anon \bad dim bed|i laID Joules 43. Vlcksburg.I In( a new cUasifeatinei. ., am '( I tun. 22. ef Key Vest lcC1Ir.1||Highland Court Manor startlaj '
about! L; torn wttk lndutra': ap Miss. a pent on the Joorpn M .. Increaee the aumbrr ef Jneur.ance G
WM >
and OJ Cabinet? cclrt from field Monday
Wednesday a ,
',12. rails ap J and vubtm ijones _. saW a bullet categories from 11 (e 2M ,
I W 1ae Florida's candidate i IVownle troop 12. Vktcalte
; Feed ..114'Om 2 qi[shattered glue at the pike Larson said he apposed a porUM \
"a/Idd abe$+t The Dow Jones avenge cl 20nduttnaJa :..... Jaota, woo! was treated ef the new cUsifxatmi I' DMrlu Dillon left secretary *f Ike Tren...ry, for fun** Ichotanhipa I'[will carol .as Carol Estates: after ;

kaV -rtnt. at aeon seas ap IfftaK2J7. far cats said he saw a ear tare would snake rating factors for I leas made tentative ptaM (. ,..I,. within a few They will cwmprle taunt II 7 p III. Monday,

Yet S KI E*' I ICarparan '1 around and pull away oa a road comprehensive Insurance1 the I jI. walks.. AU resorted ready to realfii ....rtl1 Ui t other soutkeattters) aomume 1(0.51. troop 15, Metcalfe, s

eke Tie halted rw trJdmIlI Out' and Treasury bond*![west ef the Joe after the afcoot-same aa lilt tabdkty cejveragt.j j i I J." A. MrCoM. director .( Ue Central JaletUgencc t Saturday for lour echoUrthipel I wiO sung carols at the Sunttnd c'I''
1 OxM. EaftoaA I[Center at I pjn. Tuesday.R.eader .-<
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!II J, : Jail Inmates Have Christmas Spirit Ir rBy I \\ \\ "I/i WHEN IT COMES TIME TO

BOB SWAN some Inmates enjoy working en match sticks glued side by but Cameron, a trusty, may
U of F Student Journalist with their hands to build side to form designs on the top not have enough time to finish
things. an4 sides. A metal food con- his gifts before Christmas. He
Claus] have ,
Santa to
seems 'tainer Is to become a piggy'li kept busy helping to preparethe
:. helpers everywhere, even IQ They use orange crates, ammunition bank for the children.It I' meals for the Jail, which PAINTiGO
JalL cases, cigar boxes might seem odd that a man last month served over 8,000
Leon Cameron, Gainesville matches and anything else they in Jail is worried about time meals. 9t
Negro, will spend Christmas can find to make things out of.I I I II
: behind bars 'but his misfortune The officers give them their
hasn't dampened his i sliver and brass fired primers Fraternities Sororities I (
: Christmas spirit. Cameron Is which they use for making dec- TOHARPER tIjLhecIdt
: spending his spare time making orations.
gifts for his family out of Cameron has already finished Give Parties for Children \
I : whatever he can find around an overnight case, whichhe PAINT CO.

1 the jail built of plywood and then Santa Claus, in (lie form o(' i/lty of the University of Flori-
: to Melvin Caswell, stained. An box
According ordinary cigar gift-giving Greeks, came to da.
I : chief Jailer at the Alachua is presently being transformed town early this Miller-Brown Motorsdid
County Jail, several ofII. / !. 60- Into.a Jewelry cam, with wood- year. Kappa Sigma fraternity and
: Pre Christmas parties were I Alpha Delta Pi sorority hosteda
given by four fraternities and, party for 40 underprlviledged
sororities for children in t b e children of the Gainesville area .
CONGRATULATIONSTO Gainesville area. The parties and 45: Negro children from a
are given early "so they don't local elementary school were
come Into conflict with study- entertained at a party thrownby
Ing for final exams," accordln Phi Gamma Delta fraternityand 1
to Evan Feist, Tau Epsilon Phi Delta Gamma sorority.
; MILLER-BROWN fraternity service coordinator. I Most fraternities and sororities I

According to William Cross, according to Cross, have c,1rzAM'AND
MOTOR CO."WE'RE advisor to organizations, the annual Christmas parties for
Interfraternity Council and the certain groups of children. The
l PROUD TO HAVE Panhellenic Council do not re number of organizations which
'quire fraternities and sororities support parties Is increasingevery I
INSTALLED THE REEVES to host Christmas parties, "but year, added Cross. I II Ih
the spirit of helping others to I '
FENCE FOR THE CAR LOT" I,enjoy Christmas is strongly en- Tally Bond MILLER-BROWN MOTORS
couraged." .

Tau Epsilon Phi fraternityand Issue Okayed
Delta Phi Epsilon sorority
I co hosted a party In the Pediatrics TALLAHASSEE (AP) A $4
BENDERI Ward for children confined million bond issue by City Gas
to the J. Hillis Miller MedI- Co. was approved by the Public F F a
I cal Center. The party, w h Ich Utilities Commission to I t
consisted of singing and visiting payoff short term bank loans. '
with the children, was climaxed The bond Issue, at five percent If:.
with a feast of cookies Interest, was made to payoff .
1606 N.E. 16th Ave. and candy and the appearanceof the loans used to add and extend ? j

Santa Claus the company's systems In I 10 S. W. SEVENTH STREET TELEPHONE 372-4366 '
Phone 372.3381 Dade, Broward and Brevard '
Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and counties: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA :

For Free Estimates Zeta Tau Alpha sorority spon- The company will appear be-I EARL E. RUSSELL, Owner I'
sored a Christmas party at the fore the commission Jan. U to 't:
PI Lambda Phi house for over 't
propose permanent rates now in l
200 children of students and fac- effect. ,

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11. His Jife Is Too Rich to Retire il ilI CONGRATULATIONS!

IT Student Journalist
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"The worst punishment In ( -
the world is having nothing to ** a

!7, do." Xti LIfcfc' It Em ; .
we :
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So says Wallace S. Brey ?o, ,

a retired Pennijlvannia school; 1 ..._ ..: k.l
r ; teacher and administrator: who
[spends his spare time building

furniture for the pleasure of !it t cent ability," said Brey. tUcK, as will furniture madeat red squares are Florida cherry I

Brey, who lives at 1119 N\V ,90 per cent patience. tlIt'1 the factory, He also says his and the dark squares are walnut .
10th Ave, moved to Gainesville furniture cant be stained bj The Inlays are white maple TO MILLER-BROWN MOTOR CO.
after retiring from 12 years of "I get a ml as,water marks, and that It never and mahogany The remainderof
teaching. He contracted cataracts I pass a piece of furniture I've needs polishing
the wood la walnut. ON YOUR LOCATION.
that almost I made him made and rub my band alongits The craftmanship of his furniture -
f, a.f blind. The cataracts were removed velvety smoothness," explained -; Is expert.He has a dresser -, Prey's living room desk is
and his sKht: restored Brey. I II er his bedroom made ol t.: walnut with a straight line It was a natural for our big vans

akr He became restless, so he I Nlue.Uonall Honduras mahogany The heavy cherry Inlay. The late Emill
/ 'returned to teaching He then Brey believes our dresser drawers can be pulledout i, Dill a famous German cabinetmaker to help move little cars.GAINESVILLEMAYFLOWER.
BREY retired for keeps. But did he' Institutions should prepare our and pushed In with little who made some furniture !-
youth not only to make a living effort. for the restoration at \\illlamsburg -
When he was,''young, he was but also prepare them to live \a, taw Brey's
Second> Ti ic the of furniture This particular dresser has said Is similar the
taught aft during their leisure hours, according desk. He It to
making. This i Jt what he turnedto to Brey. 88 dovetails at the front t one that George Washington
Is a CharnBATESVILLE> in his retirement years. and back of each drawer. uied while presiding over the I _
"My observation of Florida Bray spent nine days making o
; Bray feels he* a millionaire Constitutional Convention In
I ; A*. (AP) in high schools (leads me to the the dove tails. If he received
not dollaa but In minutesHe Philadelphia
Ii; Loss of a gun did((other deer loves pastime and bas conclusion that the most effectively $2.U per hour for the time h., ea.e
,1'' hunter Gary BryaH of Bates- become hit/(e good at it, as taught subject are football spent making It, plus the coil Bray has two parquet-top ta
j7 ville, Ark. I shown by the) pieces of furniturehe and band," stated Brey.of the materials It would be tiles Each table contain more
scjutlng "and that the most neglected worth close to $1,100.13rey' than 1000 pieces of wood The
: ,Bryant was l the has sold, some for as muchas "
area Is Industrial arts. tope consist of 70 three and one-
with oculars daring iAfter .
countryside I home Is filled with
') the last de season and Bray specializes Inlay work furniture he has made. In the e l 11 h t h I n c h squares The.
"\ spied a prize 'k on I dis retirement women can with a velvet smooth finish, chess table In his living room squares are bordered by walnut.
da housework/ but what
are The Inlay border Is white
tint mountain. which he claims will never:are 1112 pieces of_ wood, The..
men gollll to do with theirr and dark maple One contain
+ He J jumped I his car and spare tiiie, Brey wonders* Excluding some mahogany In the Inlay I
raced to whe he had seen Creative artists and profession '
the animal. B when he stop. I people, most peopleget Road Project The Brey house l. aim decorated
peel he found j had left hb li'jto! satisfaction from their by tpeclnl.built rockers Gainesville; Bond.d Warehouse, Inc.
gun behind. work So they have to turn to utility tables, a miniature
else to obtain pleasure ble, a sewing cabinet and ta-j 749 N.W 6th St. Ph. FR 6-5224
t, Undaunted,j borrowed the something
i .1, gun next day/nd took off after Bids Are Ready typewriter cabinet. I
t but This time his
; another B*y sees some older people
r + luck was brfer. He downed I enjoying) shufflcboard, others
nine 15-pound specimen[ TALLAHASSEE (APFour work In St. Petersburg Jmkwnville To
-polnt thewonders/ of modern travel Congratulations
nterstate construction contract I l
Hollywood, Dtlray
His luck arrled even a bit and television. But he believes
head the list of 39 Interstate Beach and Fort Lauderdale
further. A/lend found the rifle m re men should try woodworking
he had I Id and returned it to road projects which will be The construction of three MILLER-BROWN MOTORS"ONLY
opened for bids Friday, the
him. I' /Woodworking Is only 10 per- State Road Department said,, overpasses on the Palmetto Fx-
pressway and additional access
Wednesday. I ramps on the Jfitti St. Express.
w Board Chairman John Phillips
said the Interstate construction way In Miami top the Hit of .,, ,
Dade County projects.11arltttctl"H. ..e
Includes contracts on Routes 10,
'r' .. I 17, 95 and 295 s a, ,
: t The Route 10 Job Involves test t r #pb ,., t

)( f 'llIopPJ I iJ I/ ,Jtur u lg... i iJ cambria piles piles for for Bay I bridge bridge and the across across Route Fs-295 the Heal Friend ,4 7 .

St Johns River, south of Jacksonville CHICAGO (AP) The cat \\t a
; THOMAS OIL crowding the dog for the affections
When Pokescore The 175 project Is I seven. of humans. ) uuNjt' li
mite segment In Sumter County A recent pet Industry ,
J of heating the home. survey L
that will complete the freeway howl cad now outnumber doge

Fuel Oil Day or Night Service f from Wildwood to Tampa. The by almost I million, accordingto
i -95 project Is the first In Palm the Pet Food Institute
Kerosene >* > *N I and extends from
Beach County Pet owners now are demand.
x 45th Street to Okecchobee Road. Inll exotic-type cat at com-
Eleven four-laning projects They range from Sli- A FACE A MOTHER COULD LQVE"
PHILHEAT and iPHILLIPS A"' three rural and eight urban new, Burmese, Itlmala y a n.ManJII .
'" top the )list of primary work to Abyssinian! and Persian9 i
(., be open for bids striped tabby kittens. Many THOMAS CONCRETE CO."Building
The rural construction In- have blue ribbon pedigrees ) .
Happy is THOMAS OILto eludes an eight-mile link of US The new Interest In cad Is A Better Foundation For Goineiville Alachua County"
hove of MILLER-BROWN'S Mt In Alachua County that will I due to the fact that cat make
part Phono 376-4925
complete the tour-laning of the Ideal pets for people! who live
growth and development. 11t route between Ocala and 110 In II" apartments or amall! homed
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Klsslmee and St Cloud In Osce-
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I Present for the-Teacher? \ ..

By TOVA LEVINE Sidney Lanier Principal Chart mentary School has encouraged changed Into a school projectat
To give or not to give thai lei E. Palmour said. parents to give a book to Terwilliger Elem i n t a r y
ll the question faced by many ""Some students will gIve. (the school library in honor of School, which Is In its first year ,
parents and students who can'I, anyway, but we don't encourage a teacher rather than giving of operation. Parents who planon coop
decide whether or not to bring them'" Palmour said. personal gifts, according to giving presents have been !
their teacher a Christmas pre- Elementary schools often. Miss Margaret A. Rosenbergcr, asked to give their contributionto j
lent. have class parties where students principal. the school for library books
Although many Gainesville draw names themselve and exchange "By giving a book to the and playground equipment, IN CONCRETE BLOcKs bail
schools have no set policy on gifts among school, students have helped said Principal Ralph Blount. ,
1 11 set
L I m s are usually on 1
gifts, most principals discourage the amount each child should build up our library and to "Yet we are not soliciting
the custom. other. meet one of the standards for gifts from the parents," Blount NEW .
spend on the WERE USED IN THE g
According to Sam I. Hendrix,, According to Wendell L KII-accreditation, Miss Rosenberger said. "But if they Intend to :
principal of Howard W. Bishop'Patrick, principal of Stephen said. give anyway, we've suggested, [di d
Junior High, gifts are not en Foster Elementary School, students Personal gifts also have been they help the school." MILLER-BROWN MOTOR BUILD 4G [eljti:
couraged. The handling of the are limited to spending I "
situation Is left up to the teach 3D cents on gifts exchangedwith < Setf'
er. classmates. aabill\
"It often means a lot to a Some schools have attempted (
student to give a gift to his to transfer gifts to Individual
teacher. However, most teach- teachers into school fund proJects i the
ers explain beforehand that although the final decIsion Congratulations lOtI
Christmas presents are unnecessary for personal gifts to teach-
," Hendrix said. era remains In the hands of j to Miller-Brown .
"Gifts are discouraged although parents and students. .. ..
we have no set policy," The PTA at, Littlewood El" All Signs at ,

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:Director NamedMORRIS SIGNS

1611 S. Main St. From
state beverage director from Ph. FR 2-0302
within the liquor Industry will EDWARDS Building Supply Col
become a reality when Haydon i
Burns becomes governor Jan. S.
Burns announced Wednesday I I. 726 S. Main St. !I. FR 2.1

that Ren Morris, 53, of Jackson. .
ville will be the beverage direc,

tor.The governor-elect also named .
Benjamin H. Oehlert Jr., 55, of
Orlando, president of Minute
Maid Co. and vice president of BUILDING \
Coca-Cola Co., as chairman of 0'
the Florida Council of 100. :

Morris has been In the whole-! ,
sale liquor business for more
than 30 years. He was with McKesson .
and Robbins 22 years
and general manager of General '
Wholesale Co. 12 years.
Will Revenues Rise While Mr. Morris has obvIously 4 [
severed all business relJons .
with and financial InterestIn
Oil Firm the Industry, he will be able .
to carry with him Into his new ( m
position .a full and complete
Plans knowledge of all the Intricacies
of the Industry," Burns said. .
Fla. Wells He said Morris will rigidly enforce //ff/ I
7 7li
laws against moonshlnin
and thus increase state tax rev //Iv
FORT MYERS (Al.)-Sun! Oil _
to: has drilled a second.weL enues. .
,n Southwest ftldt yt hd> Is; |Iii< 1 Morrjs) kwill succeed: ;Richard. .t.\ f., ;; Then take your4lo ,
porting another rig so that It B. Keating. -
"can drill two more simultaneously. Oehlert will take over as
chairman of the Council of 100 /
Walter Erwin, company geologist from Raleigh W. Greene of SI. -- plans a qualified and "
said drillers had cored ilx Petersburg ----
feet of oil-bearing rock at 11,489 But Burns said he has asked .
jeet present members of the council
"We don't know a thing about to continue through their term competent building contractor.
|the production-If there Is any- nf( office-some extending as .
Tintll we can put down a casing much as three years-and most I I
and complete the well," he have indicated they will do so

idded. "This Is a post of major Importance a thc
Miller-Brown Motor Co.
The new well Is about i mile through which the
end a half from the well at operation of Florida's co-I
Telda, which Is producing about business, Industrial,
"30 barrels day. It takes about and community leaders extend
10 days to put down casing. The their combined cooperation to
second rig Is coming from Lou he efforts of the governor's office 1
isiana.Grantltnn. In creating a proper and attractive < '
Image for the state," ::1 ., ,,;, .
Moses Burns said

"All of Florida Is extremely!
On Cards AgainKANSAS fortunate In having the leadership '
of one who has such broad
CITY (APGrand) experience and such national I -- -rat -
I ma Moses' recollections of rural image," he said of OehlerL I II e ..r. r-
Christmases nearly a century
ago are appearing on
Christmas cards again, for the I Dr Richard I. Guenther I
Jlrst time In seven years. I Chiropractic Physician
The little old lady of Eagle; AnnouncesRELOCATION .
Bridge, N.Y., who atarted paintIng -'
In her 70s and soared to
;.world-wide fame, died at 101 I' Of His Office at I
jn 1961. 537 N.E. First Sr.
Hallmark first produced her Gainesville

'paintings on cards in 1947 and I OM.ct H...... '..11ftlS -!,
used some SO of her paintings ,.n Th".."., 'h. 11..1691
:during the following 10 years .*,,'".y try '...1... I buildin
the d self. Observe
This Miller-Brown Motors
I is the fine
The present series of cards AM*!".'""*' Only I new many features of this steel,

"are different paintings I at 4222 NW 13th Street It is one of the largest glass and concrete building. YOU can rely on exper-:
b Volkswagen Agency buildings in Florida and ience and knowledge for the finest quality In build-,'
G0n 'rdlei/ Moll '
) one of the finest. Drive by or stop in and see it your- Ing construction. ;I
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[Elderly Easy Marks for Con Artist JACK EARL'ond C.C MAY MAY y

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,M By SYJLV1A PORTER : "fingerprint examination" andto eel financial rackets Is the Then there are the "swa m p There also has been a flurry!I ,, Th. Equitable Life
Financial Writer "return it to your account. "PIgeon Drop Swindle" also merchants" the hucksters ormlsadvertlsed. of offers recently for free government + Assurance Society'r
AThe raasos America's U mil PART 2 That's the last you hear from aimed primarily at elderly undeve lope d land for homesteading' *f Hit U.lta" Stltll 1"'"
4 Bon ever 65 citiaenj have become the sleuth or see of your sav women. It Is operating tad a yin mail order land for retire- at $1 an acre. The land advertised Mews 01Ilse, New Y.... f
a a number one target fw ings. i every major US. city and 11 doesn't even exist. H.Y. .<(i
|I'PIters and quacks if thai: b how It works: In a clever variation of this thousands are being victimized. purposes. Despite we I Just bring aware that these Phone n 2-3576
1| they now have an awesome $31 The con man calls your home scheme the bank "detective"asks The "Pigeon Drop" Is Incred- publicized crackdowns they'restill financial rackets are flour) h )
I J in annual spending pow- and tells you that he is a bank you to withdraw a large'ibly simple: a pleasant.looking operating In the U.S. and In ing la some protection Commoni l Sun Want Ads Get ResultsTHOUGHT
Lbillion Central and South America. caution Is ,
sum of money and then to girl or "klnd| old lady ap- sense .
security officer or a "fede r 1agent. -'-- -=- -
[ The reason these mfUioos ere, ." He asks I deposit It with the same fe-j'proaches you and says she has
your When you arrive at the just found a big sum of I
IK vulnerable "barDam"
to phony
catching a bank teller who Is
you discover it Is closed: and money (sometimes foreign cur- r
and for the'
easy prey suspected of embezzlement. If this the "detective"who ) and wishes to share It
report rency
I financial crooks is that the -
you agree to participate he re-
( of course timed it that with you. She may adroitly
incomes ef most of our
\ ,[elderly tow and consist as-quests that you withdraw a way) Afte- this softening up question you about your finan- \lt.
large sum of money from .
your bank official cial then
process he tells you a situation express
(uaUy of modest pensions Soda] bank account and take it home. \
I will call at your home to sympathy that you are havingso
;Security benefits interest on.savings. lie gives you such convincing
time.She'll .
take the money for "safekeeping" tough a S
instructions as "wear white until it can be redeposited. request that you put up
One confidence scheme BOW gloves to avoid leaving ting e r- .
The "official" gives you a regular some cash in return for her
f bilking elderly widows across prints on the money." A "mess- but meaninglessbankreceipt "gift" to Indicate your good
the country might be entitled engfl'" then arrives at your for the deposit" and faith or to help her persu a d e
I "trap a bank mbeizler" This home_to take.the .money from a disappears. her husband that you deserve to
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, it A third racket now on the upswing -I share in the windfall. The gesture
4 !is plied by an Itinerantcon may demand your entire I
=- man. He checks Into town,,savings. The minute you put
reads the obituaries and starts up the money your "bencf c-
telephoning newly-widowed eld- tor"takes off. "
t erly women. He informs the widow Why do people fall for so
that her deceased husband obvious a hoax "Because the I < o x
CONGRATULATIONS TOTHE had a policy with his insurance con man has a superlative ability Ooa
company which her husband to convince" says a National
MILLER-BROWN "didn't want her to know about"He Better Business Bureau
then says there Is Just one spokesman "Top crooks in this
MOTOR CO. INC. hitch before the widow can collect 'business can persuade almost
the money due her: the polIcy .'anybody of almost! anything." ,",, p wqs
lapsed Just prior to her hus Many elderly people simply do
band's death and she owes BO- not think quickly enough to r,
$ \. *'Forking Lots $40 In "back payments. This avoid this trap and because ,
Is the con man's wage' no In- their savings are so small they
DrivewaysSubdivisions surance policy exists. may clutch at any chance t o .
One of the oldest-and cruel- get extra money. I

;,::;;. Alexander r
.ri Fret Estimates : Meiklejohn, ? :_ The simplest way to make sure that you
or. getting the greatest protection and
I Intellectual Dies piece of mind Is to let The Cannon>Tre-
All Work Leading week Agency handle oil your Insurance
needs be they business or personal We will
Guaranteed BERKELEY Calif. (AP) -I' In December IMS he wn
take care of oil the details planning
The death Wednesday of Alexander presented the presidential Medal to claims and our service is the most compiete -
Meiklejohn ended the career .I of Freedom by President i I f you reed 'Insurance be sure to atop
GRADING Johnson.
of one of Amerlca'lleadingphilosopher. A native or'England he came "" by and see us

Quality Work at Reasonable Prices and liberal educators to the United States at the age
'of S when his father James
I( Dr. Meiklejohn 92, was established a business In Paw- I
stricken with virus pneumonia'tucket, R,L
RAULERSONConstruction three days ago after he had enJoyed .i He was graduated from II
I one of his walks in the Brown and Cornell universitiesand
Company Berkeley Hills In 1897 Joined the faculty In
I The former president of Am- Brown's philosophy department.
817 N.E WALDO RD. herst College had lived a life of He was named associate proles
Ph. 372-0144 ,Intellectual turbulence. It stir In 1903 and full professor In
brought him fame, honor and 1906! Ha was serving as dean

I difficulties I when he became president of _____
-- Amherst In 112.
His Innovations at Amherst
stirred up such a storm that the Best Wishes to
Congratulations trustees asked him to resign In
1923 he had reshaped the cur MOTORS'new
riculum to emphasize social MILLER-BROWN

sciences, and put a student
,, board In control of student con ,
duct. location, new builtlingi
Twelve seniors turned down
their diplomas at graduation
and eight faculty members quitIn
,1 < \. MILL' ER- BROWN MOTORS protest of the dismissal.
Melklejohn moved on to the CANNON-TREWEEK AGENCY
I" University of Wisconsin wherehe
\ on the formal opening of your beautiful continued his experimentation OONTGd1MIU 309 NE. 1st Street "-

as philosophy professor under -
t \ new home Dr. Glenn Frank. INSURE PHONE FR 8.2511

From the 1930s on, Dr Meik-
: Visitors Will Admire The Beauty Of ,lejohn lived In Berkeley.

Surviving his Nan
are widow
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II 1 I Florida Gets Million to Fight Poverty I CLASSIFICATIONINDEX JU""OR lloctrl_" ...to.noodo.noun PooltUn.n uollllo4. rooulroo- Junior.10r SA

THERE ....... 10 ....1_ Admlnlltrotlonor 630
Accounting or I yro ol ok

WASHINGTON (AP) Wore $545,000 Wednesday to help pro |time jobs such as teachers' ing and math to help adults secure 1 logo.. y.occwntlng... .....,'once.pupplornontod Call Alocnu by

than one million dollars has vide jobs for tome 1,000 stu aides, tutors, clerks, playground Jobs. ANNOUNCEMENTS 462-Jfl1.' o>l. 01.I.'IIuolty. Employer

Iii been allocated to Florida to help dents who might drop out other aides and maintenance helpers. A third grant of $34,210 was I In MomorloM IS WANTED IXPIRIINCKD TV

combat poverty. wise. They will work at part- given to Economic Opportunity, e L.e rs... tochnlcloib muit riovo ouporloncoIn
color TV top ..I.",. Kt'1
Dade County was given some time jobs such is teachers'EVERY Another grant of $551,591 goes a non-profit Miami corporation, a Peroonolltod W a Pavm.I wood lond rotum I* Ion 440-A
porvka _tt.lnnvlllo' tun.
to the State of Florida to finance to set
up a community action
MI.rmMw LOCAL ITOKI of notionol' ... hot
courses In reading, writ program for fighting poverty. 4 Ipociel NottcoePlernt. WORTHWHILE oponlng fir ono gos uloxd. ol.
p -... ond ale rotoll ulounon.loqulromontlt .
2J-.X nlgnochool
5 ....p inter cello caveS ..-to, Comma proton.rod. .
Plocoo T* Oei Aw) lonotltii good salary, 1110Inouronco
PAY / Dock Strike Is Averted ,
MAREI hmpltolliotlon P' M
WHY ; TMnpi T* InAUTOMOTIVI lion plate lad vocollon, will, botrolnod
ond may bo roJocotodwithin .
Norrh-lntorn PI real.Sell .

Union OKs Automation FR 67N1,

II Mel fomele
N Airplane' SoloTITrudu *-****.* en

I, NEW YORK (AP) Agreement -' tlon and the New York Shipping TfTrucu tor Wash Sol READINGIN LINOTYPE lse.1M.MnIyht: OPERATOR Win,

E on a precedent-setting. Association came to term M Trocton ft True* Rontik Apply 3lnnvllle.Golneivllio' ', "tun.

four-year contract has ended Wednesday after five months of n Traitor' RontottMMotorcyclM

the threat of a weekend dock disagreement and a walkout li SOMtorgM 14-Slei Help Wanted

DAY strike that would have tied up halted by presidential Intervene Autonwkll RooolnII VIJC"TlO"'LL.Y' D II TU B&Ol
Automobile* fee I** Our toil may Indlcote 5 potentlMcoroer.
shipping ports from Maine to i .
Molor compeny will odd
Poroign I Iporh Carea ,
Texas. tion.The tour men following/ toil oeioctlone
I ILA conceded one hart I Ariw Won,** and "',.....1 Inltrvltwvlelory

Negotiators for the International fought point to reach It coon. Marred men ogot
WE SELL PAINT. a pact. I 11-41 prfforrod. Muit bo lilgk
Longshoremen' AssoclaADVIRTIIIMINT bowed to automation and THE Khpeeraduta Cell M......,
IDUCATIONALtltchwiii PPJ ..tIt!
agreed to cut the size of its
: NOT HIGH OVERHEAD .rmtrucrkjfll
standard 2Omawork gangs IS-Work W.nfFemol*
Musk DoncMfM "
: YOU PAY ONLY FOR PAINT PLUS YOU GET FAT down to 17 by 1967. W"'ructItIIIMPLOYMIHT' / WORM. sowas m.ld 1 eve a
we* or will/ work 41.,. PIee5
In return, union negotiate SUN 174511 or 3740313.II :.
OVERWEIGHT got 80-cent-an-hour wage II ,...... Mlp went1 School. Initruclioni f4WL4\rt ILEg1atA

package, Including a guaranteed II Mill, Holp Wonto itr

Try Mary Carter Paint Available to you without a doctor annual wage estimated at a II Moip-Moi ar ,...... HOWILL'I lUSINESI COLLIGI bralnnir would like Kilt quill
You'll I proscription our drug called OORI. 14 loin Hoi/* Want* RIAL ISTATI IXAM it loom M ,,,,,.,W and ll MMiy.
Soon minimum WANT
$5,858 for the
NEX. You must 'lot ugly fat or a year CLASSES liars It newt I
s- Pleased With It's. Cov back. No average longshoreman.The II Work Wale Porno NOW PORMINO. BEOINNINO It H nwM ol kuf t pelc ,i. a
your money strenuous lit Leiioe Free. Thu,..
V Wet Wall evening smell IM "H" on. I 01 unit
Mow a
ring Ability end Easy fxtrclM, l.x.tlvoi, mouigi or Uk package, which Includes 7:30 ..... ill, .. (olifrt. males a Mdl... 5 n d".
Application. tog to-cilld reducing ccndlMcrocktrt Ill W. only. Ave. PR e1507IBMNtw pnurn 30cnirtii pitcA p l P
cookm more fringe benefits longer vacations H'OH sCHOOL 10,... dlrtcllont.lir. .
or or chewing and pensions for wk FARMS b LIVESTOCK ADSAnnounctmtnti It ........ /rpe 0,001.1. A.. e r .kan
Interior Wall Latex- ODRINEX li tablet .
gum. a tiny acfeoP.' O. Son '...1. Jamsann111. Thirty Mp cal In col. MrMIS
w Dries Fast Leaves Ne and easily iwillowod. When you OWl, Is expected to cost the M rim IcjiipmMtV I Ii 35315.7ECRETAeIAL. 1.11 Idd .15 casts tear
.571 pan.M min hI Class mall.In
Paint Odart < Easy t.k. ODRINEX, you itlll anjoy shipping industry $94.5 million Poe ft PortnbwUvMtack COU.SII 5,4 medal b.ndlln 15Lcr.
fl your outs' itlll eat the food you over the next four s a lupplkjtiMOKOpfef ,. clmuiHOVH.L 0<: TII'Io."uN..I..fI Hi
Clean-Up with Soap frVrVer. yean a '''' .'"*
,, ,
Ilk., but you limply don't hove the 7r 7uilMS DMt P. 0 Im l l.
spokesman said. Tit loll COLLEGE Old Ch.'... Stltlon, Nrw yak II,
; Yet It only u'g.of extra portion because II ,..! a apples. III_ W. Univ. Avo. M o 150> N. V. Print Hilnly/ 'A TT I R N

ODRINEX depresses your appetite The agreement must be ratl >l Ln/ootock WaldFINANCIAL IHO.THANO..USINISS LAW NUM.... NAME ADOXIII mdIONI.

6.98 Gallon and decreases your dir! for fled by the 80,000 longshoremen Civil tfrvlco tocrotorlol T.lo, ,,Courtoi .

food. Your weight mutt com affected. Thomas J. Gleason I. -Cl...... Now ".''''''_ NEW Poe 1,451 toO 4ai.ne. -
bociui HOWILL'I I.ellIMe 10 knit, crochll 111.0
down M your own LA president said will I LOST FOUND III .USINISI COLLIOI ) PI. I 11I1 ,.It..... 5n. t
voting W. Unl. Avo. PI' 6707.2B aver
will when lest ,r
tit ,
you you lrod.,,. dolla' c....... Sand :ucon"
you wolgh I.... Get rid of excess begin t as soon as machinery can U ludMM OeeortunlrlMVMonoy Lon vicinity ol Nl lent AV*. U''ecll lot wW N..0IKr.n. Cal.t.0. .
fat and live longtr. ODRINEX Costa be set up.Tourists. M UMMMortgogn 4 11th ael, end while porokool Suplln .
.....". I* Dlcke. Pllon.
$3.00 and li told on this GUAR.
312.405, PONIES $25 & UP
I ANTEE: If not satisfied for any f> Money WaledMERCHANDISE In dalu e. .ow Quill
WUl lOST Unco' (oil Wodneeooy redhiiohuo. Chrlitmii Presents took, Fr .....',.. lend
hunt the
return pockog to f R
visiting Florida during Vela. fI.. m/Mh. "d Doc"n" a0 CM15 "'::yI'Olf"
your druggist and gt your full ,.. W.'hll''. ._. Call 7703430. 10 CALVES Sal ''''',-II' f.S..
SOI N.W. Itk A... 'h... 17<-7III money bock. No qutjtloni aided. 1963 listed the state's beaches Row.rd. corn. D.rv, Parma. I.... Maw.Mr10 .
ODRINEX li told with this and swimming the LOST III NIY f.ctn.. '1.. 32 Mobil Homes For Sal*
CASH CARRY .t USI YOUR CINTdAL CHARGE guaron- as top M Waste t* Ivy I mats Chlo C.II dl77
ooowl 4 old. No cot-
e tee by:Veda ..... experience they most enjoyed M MKhlnory ft Tel Per or tog. Light yro.ton. Noilly ,f. ATTENTION CATTLEMN _BIL. HOMI! PACIA"AILAI'
Owe in IUnlnrtlly :
during their stay.ELGIN M funding M..IIUH..otIIoItI. H. Colllor, Iris NW lOP It. Coll tlomo-grown groins, to ttio .
M.N Ordorf Plllol 0.g* PR 103261. aI. 2197 Nyllma, PI' limit, by mixing gnlnl with, CPA Pregreu Mobile" Home PorkCnorm
101U' eve. RcrardLOOT aol Tn Hind C."'. lupolornont MOPS Nort 011 41
II Antl N.,,'.. .
uooM O Mgr.Phono
oxonomlMl' off
block 4 ten tomol welk.Mempton Kara HMM
MIK. Par ailsW r "IIexM dec a SMwpen prolMn'
Trodlns" PalM and Alte'r=:. R.M.H. \%. OUnnvllio or AlKhuo

WATCHES Pull. on ft Weed ..!!rood. In right per. 473-4435. _.?.? HI NW\ loin I'. 161.1111' 12' WIDES

11 Soils MarIe l",ulp. 4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICI 2 BR under $4,000USE
n Cimp Hun PMflMvilcol JO PITS b SUPPLIES
II 0fI1ct Ieulprnee LEARN TO DRIVE
FROM ZALE'S9k MW0MINIIM PARKIN As hunl.r. wolon 4505 r PLAN
easy way ORIVINO' ) ICHOOL TMs breed rink, win h.. .l. Lowir "ImmMlote, down poyment
Lie. slats el Pie. 173.mlIPINCIft P"mt., IjQ Mare 1.1I. P 11. n a TOTAL COlT

RIAL UTAH FOR SALE gormom Individually cttHoned _3713. OP CONTRACT WIIL II lllllyr.

OMd W9WltAe 1 W _lit Homoo Mr sale. ure. Coll for your* more figure glemereue_...11.01./ fig Pupnlee ENGLISH lor "'"SHEPHERD.tch, and .Iocll. llnonelng' SEE evollobie

'M & ( go :21 II WalrlrelN Ud tor UK Pnp.ryIs HUT Ann'N.Jlmmormon CURL IIAUTV, J7I-U7I IALONloouty eve.nlngi. P R .003.1.CHIHUAHUA. $25CHIHUAHUA DAD AND TRAM IAKI I BRAD OENIVA* IAI II LARSEN

Hewn tor UKCortogoi on e *udel Saaufiful! mar5 ....,IIIY. .KC .... On ",. IOC. I .V.lnlsd
Call FR 1.111.
21 lor IM All wart guerenloedPerm. K.ont
N Root litM. licftongodRH H u* thenvoet II N upM PUPPIII' reedy, to Open .onino' and IUftd...
\ k. M Ise a | .". Warded I. Univ. Avo. 3rll30Oan rio Cnrlotmot 1 Small ".... .. SII Ul TODAY
niahti/ by pert Howlho...... .. Tel.ahao lor sal .t will utlify you
on Out ol Tees : .
PropertyRotldonrlol no 451.3717.P000LV md glv miny bright (MI.I.ma.
M Swtne15 PNWIINdl f SPECIAL NOTICES Wes. ...., :14 ,ro. contliuogi MoWio
I Incom 4 M*>I old now Homo builnxt In Norm Plorldo.
LUM.... brick etc, *o be liven.owov win mate lovoly Cnrlttmoi gltto. BUTTS MOBILE I
e Parma ft Atre.pd t* perton or poroono con.trotting Call ottor 4 P M. PR 443.WIIMARANIR .
Calved Property MMINTALS to Iwo down perlllhrWre.d HOMES INC.
....... 101..1.11 car bsurd AKC r ,
fin Sul/dinp a. 11. for Ibid ond bench I molo I y NW inn it at tin ti.
411. 11011 ooch PBmo PH .]4I;. 441 No. *' city II.."..
10 MO. OLD Monchoitor" OpenCAM" to CPM
Fwlll ..
Ml ko _.II.t. tor 0ebe110urrel
hue molo Puppy CLOStO IUNOAYI
Nice pot e rUIIdese.
"I Colored Property RentiMCottojM by onvono alter thon .
ileac otter Ible 41.1. Doe_ 025. ;1121 NI "d Ay. MOBILE HOMI FOR IALI I9Dotrallor >
II lor RentPurnlined ll' 11. "64. _Pe 6.107.WsII 10 P 10, 1 IR, trow
r.u 45 Apt. (i) I. Thotnoi PowollCHRISTMAS .od hoOl.od PONIIS, sloe kit, email equity ond lake Cv..
II Unfumlihe AM.HOUM up. Gentle 1000dl. 0051. eON p.ym.nu. Phone 377 1711.
: O hr Rent Pun.Houiee toll r T..... II 4 .*. N!Kill Pd 43101CNINUANUArMINIATURI MOIILI MOMI, W J X U alum
coii PR ma.WI nun aWlnl. 45'. I Id. front kit
M tar Rear ,
UM m Oacn.hund peoples.Semna. ch... C4ttwdral collini* "Ctl'on
10 Room Mr Rent WILLxl bo reapanablehenna. .. coed Equity and 1.0. up lit
b: elW d.e eM WrMed C "SMaoMakPod ",.. peymel.. PR .1321 r FR
N Mobil Names novo 0 Worry Cnrlttmi. perm. e11M. HOld III )I..... ;3/5. 2.11'
U MIK. RenteUIt and Moopy Now Vow.PronH SHO.17t.CH.ISTMAI.
M...... n" PACIMAKIR io'>xr. i ...
Wonted T* tent ....1. puppM" t eon from kllclwi. ... II O'Kiy
$2995your It loordon Wonted "d. .oogot U ..... ,Id. I yr. Troiitr Court Arclitr Rd.i J'i-
an NW im II.
choice Map/w' Jams' .
Kaal. let
$3995 K.
H Orilc' DM spare ,
11H. .
e11 Itt. 1 So
your choice I M Wetness' RentoltSIRVICI Phoen 17....!I. sec US on o 1100
A. Min'i handsomely styled 17'jiil' lutomitie, ll .. .. COWl Ie com mill4 ml. Woilaf dawn I'W..onl plan.
j. M. Ploido ,.1... HIM flrdmvd XMAS PUPPIII ... Momoi'CONNOLLY
M .* Ions Moaiio
proof and thockproof.B. D. Impriislve mane 17.|iwil Elgin eilindinutomitle... Phone PR tl'14.kkf ."'... WIllie, Illvor and Apricot Prank "......

This stunning l.dy'I17.jl.11 Elgin It enriched. b/ ..t.rprool".lhOCkprvol..clurabl..p.naion bind. toy _I... AKC .... Plan 171. 4m HW U" ...

2 Sparkling diimendi. [. liity'i urnirUy styled Sliced| Elgin fettuni a 1XK a IpocM' IwvtcN a SMn. CklM Cmaikorioncod "4-

C. Smart' Elfin' for the ladies flllulnllTj.'III| l petite bru'htcilOld ui..,uquliitl, bncelit bind. a Herne Imerevenafe mottior will Yea cnikdron I AOOPJAILI IIAOLI p II ipy.perfect Moshe> Homo I.In. Inc. S t I

em, 'Intrlcitily' diiln4 bracelet b.nd.I M ."1. ft TV serve. 'In Mm doy or .*.... R_ .Join Call fin PR Cnriitmet.t TOM.illk .Per do. 5.4e0an .011. Marynor
oonoMo rates kv ..... w...N m* ".... I peer tinoncing.Drivo .
r II Appllene, t PrnllnreWANT.AD nil II 4* Torn on Mowttwr.ro II 'L.CK 'ood.... a0. hem 1 out loci.". I rniioi. louts
R0. Vail to 1 "ro. Prlep I. 121 of Ooirmvliio on U. .. 441 '''.
to III po...... Pnono 4itrolnod. 17KH71AIAP.RIID

KITTENS FOR CHemsTMAj groot trollor. I k 301 wim/
e o fIf 5
r.01lT'Tie. tit. min. ,.pelyTnperan. "'.....w..... J Mack par .Pen I room cibano. Tel outfit ItCOMPLITILV
RATES Jorryi RooturoM 1311 .Ie.e ...... Sn..n. nalo.seclpelted. PURNISHEO I
iw urn It Piwno ".._ '_" 1" MVIII PI0np '....onll !war tfton O'vlllo rent
Ml IB TWO lull Hmo woltrooioo.MO 760,47. ond you con aril tor goea roturnOuiot .
PH. 37M411 ...* courtoouo DIY or VIM GERMAN. IHII'HIOI AKC. Mirroundinot.' I mm. IromCompui
I word. Hourly toy onmioj poldvocotlo ,......, I yiwr "ld. S_ also down towni call Poe
*. Apply Klngo Peed Hoot -.. Cdll 1/8.ItSl ""_ ippl. VH44I bare lap PM
: forCloiiified lax iw um n. 4 .... 7 ,110I. [fS4 MARLITTI 54 X I moOIIO/ I

WANTED "'....... wmo k.1... Pod foil _". 104 Homo t bid....... Centers M
OnlyDEADLINES Pas. lot Oul. PlanM sun Mllle." 11u.: Ales. inn. "'PO'''' Plnodurtl Trailer ,.... Lot ...
I nundliio. Call PR alto, Phone OR "IiIJ' '
.ol oivlllo. FlwWMTRISS QUALITY "
WANTIOIM 12 Mokll. H_.* rr Sole l
__ -"" -. ...,-.... .* N W. 13m a,. ..'_11"
PR Hill Wilt .
.'.* ""If. Apply 'M ,or tI" ;II """"'ONO TUILIR u. Junnun ear.SIP0lCwitbcywwpeel
ea Tw mm Prl. peeps teas NW I1HI II.EXPERIENCED Md eond. Reel *uy ot Mesa I
...* ..... Diy konjr MnCOIIC W"'. or wo J. Allen I..... twill, .ki 10.51,5, Homoo. Appro*.
GIRL Tour Pork Pie. Hwy 14 "bnototy II onlhj to cluoi I._.
Reply '1* MrMhlMumpty Homo Cltly LI...... ."., I P M.! l ML it JT warn, W .e urn
Per ade It II 'M apaar_ Oumoty ............. *>*"",
II.. 4Ia .... _
Waste) lioorloncod wMtro>*>
KINO PwivrlngMr Hille..... Ward'
PIT M to go 'k Me*. poo**. w lor 5e Mlnn.Larry'. Mflllll HOMtlon Ptl a'S ,-:.:;, .
95t. : I p..... 1... Sa/pe.M. M w imi it.
$ $' 1m w. UotIv. Ave.exlealewceo
19 35 (_ M 4 a.esp 1/8.1111 rears to V's Mobil Hm
110.... rV0. melt --
your choice your choice/ 5e. Ian FWMalaa5 M/ka. P. NORTHWESTTRAILER
ply wit* *uoM cot
earls.5171weiEwYElgisbwat.wroof'athstainless. H.Han'sl7ewdsell{ l .IllndiegElgteawaterproofshock.! FAMILY _5101WANT1a I OM 4JA" oMoovlllPlnn tm Wean. Rood SALES Nlk .. OUR BUSINESS"

gged........peesCM. bend proof with m.lehlnlexpanSiOn bind. LUll n Cliff ,' ". Me,. J74.WOJCAIAMA

tad/a "lawn; t7-Ml| Elf R features modern rtytlng end .. Elegant llf.l tody's Elgin) ,fold Bled cue with iMtch- 15e5.01. ......,.... ... lilt lOwe ISM,w 571 ee.rl.r.II NS lIIlit tor. Irll...... complotoly 1 BAIRD MOBILE
ttrtem spMiM heed hog bracelet bend. I la.nlere .......... .. lilt w PR I-CT4. el. I>V II'. Con bo nlovod HOMES
4 Inoornone ....... M lilt OMlly. Comtloto wMt M koottr. I
11 M.1t Help W......) rued now ....._ tun. IM a orAN
Marlene ........? UHM Jan,., Anwd II Ronoy" > Trailer/
MHO TWO tull lime _I. are Cesn. thou on mo Jet. WI S M
Maas 11-
TOW Ckorg -.*** kyuninymg peie) __ app Pied
.. Mil. KM re* Ho.1. I... IW" lap It.CARPINTIRI .
I Plot Brier wore eer lilt WAMTie. Ape lIW .
-. $45 RWnwr M Y.r/lea a _.raw A_
MM ._ MMnd P K. Vene
Ca w.Mr. ._.

K. ,.buloul.dy'.17.il"| .l Elgin "1_ While You Loom"

toatures tailored 141 gold Cll... S Point Clown *.. fortW OT J... 4 klMM -
__ Of OHM mOcMMcl are
a araery..
R matching! bracelet bind. eel, Tee.. .
1,11.. 4r5 M. ...... Happy'hike i ituniIJ.
12 point erom war avpee.PNeel.eer.-_ Tr....... ,_

Sole M I DM* ereMer* lane b mar COM ear *W see
r be pad *. ........* Mle Per Porlkor Utoi riiotlni call /
18 Point M PNrN aen.e emrlVede
tervlco. 411 IW >.0 Aces .

your $4995 Ion M d KM* .al..y Pane WAMTIB eieeiiem MMar UVIV4 IN a Nol MOIIll MOMI ,._ CeoiKOllT-t
-. Apely to tkoVoeftin
d, I choice/ 24 et Creoo Creok or NOW SHOWING 1965 MODELS

Point wanDRIVEIN GROCERY 10 tr 12 Ft. Wictes 2 & 3 Bedroom*

lom m I .W OTher* spa MANAGER TRAINEES WIDE + +
le. L. Mindtom! "'u..17.1.| wl. calendar WANTED "S II.... SPECIAL OFFER

!j 'UIo".tlC. HI'1 lUmlni sll.l l EigiR. Smbind. > Mow BIt. or minmt "Wale..winces 11 O'ILI NOME' fey a INMt4 ANe sly

..pe._ 36 PI. PM Ware .tart..al___a I MMPaula. are.r $4,395 ........... ,.. Ie -
M. Manta 17.|jeef' l Elgin calendar iuten Hurli wawne .dad 7, ...-It.

p s a Mahe atllllllll".ck.Mtrpreor .md oXociitr" oliitii Sane a Sew ...Mary he.TM :SUae.Par M/minted-:..a.aMM ::.:: I ; 10% DOWN t;'M':.:a'

/ N. Lf/'l*l"ant 14 K Pd E'gi' *... trxotd Wi.ee'V M -. r4 w Frets ........ -, esyFeeeehed
"gt in the tricot bind.. 17-J.*.I ---0 DoIMN4 cod Sot UpCa1tt
E -lit. --.. .r ... sa II =:C.M.er av." elk..; I
er wee .led M rat Maw.,
0. ARnctnm tKfy'l 17iw.t Cf n. Smut 11.1..0 ke.N1.q w ASe sire .en aver I

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saes a we w eewk.w..A I
M apawaa..ese. AVON CALLING

t awan pa ...
pare .rte e.>r are a etua SALES net
See' war d.e.r .err pa.sac

...... NN .... ., at.I eft taMeS 1 ZALE'S Tee We ---r re-pa tae 3..v.a a .ear were f5.a.5aaM 2 MILES. SOUTH OM." t_. j7- StCAINtSVILLg '

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pne .pled ... ,aware win ...... ..... P'
Open. Every Ni9m, 'Ttl 9 P.M. Until Chritt", .. a.eee ... -ree a w.arw.r er r : )
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Thursday, Dtccmbtr 17, 1964 G.iniivill Sun 21

I Jl LOTS FOR SAllBlllnt 14 Waterfront ProporrylUMuen IS Hooeee For Solo IS H...... for Solo. I IS H."... For Solo IS H.... For Solo I -

uu.mi OWNER TRANSFERRED T11F 1 BR. I Mtn, Vudv. doub* cEport l TAKl UP PAYMENTS on 4 BH '' ll.iW Ulnw FHA lullbelht.
wWd.d lot M 510.4 road At ma.ih ol> lowennoe (IvorcoMta It* bottio ......._. 1M... .. torn room. Built.hi MMtwvcont I born nemo M IIM N. inn Pie, room: If.l'' ; .
NW nw Eltcs1Nnt N S m 5 Llrvo,. till. CCI ...."'... perouot ....., fenced ,..... M,. ....,. Men A.C 414141 Tor Clow to ichoatl ond bhoopint 'I' AMrlloM et 414,404k Dill 411KM .
/ CNI 712.$211, p ".1_. 41s ll0DIKw' ADo down lev 41 m. IllS Ml torn VM dote IM ma. OlIO SI l' nTor conl r. OT-IOO orlor 4.POR 4/NERE/
Mil I trnn ..,? IWllnfrodlw .,ioco. OToonWMTWOOO lud IIoblo_ PR ."... ," SUP DIRECT FROM lUILOIK
Ind m ocro loll wmi N.1arwm'. "" IALI ar OWNIR *
04tlluyllw., / .. Tau..... PIa15 10" *"""WrmMi Slog ono new 151. I still NOW AND WORK OUT Till t btodio rrom unlu ".. prlco reduced, t'r1C=", I
4 AUOCIATIi INC. 0... ". MHl Colanlol Control A-C trims DOWN PAYMENT NON with IX* down. Phono PIMen. 1 In. I bethi. / eouiptvei
> .
Now ...... on hMnliy woodof lott pMA or v. 1103 Ml ll'n Tor
MACTOR 515 It 1111 MW lilt Or IIM
W. U.". lnt .low down payment I7MUI now undor ....Inoell... Throe i ""vt11 E........ 101 3"1.
IS Ho... for Sab .. m...,.. ... lour b01roan. OM 5510 lw0 I ttory rrome m .morby. town LOVELY: W'i IR"'"Home ever.eonitruction. .
r OWNII. btMllfUl ODOClOM" lOt boihi Inciudme" brick' Most eotonloll I'ooo. Good.... Inody. It.. 15.41125 N.......'. Saks V S 017
X HO IM. prlvllrgo torI I I*, 1 bom corMrt, e.mlly In Woitvraod litittoto Plihlnt nooroy. CHI 101'1 .
MAT I BR Cl M Ml NW Mm built .hi Walk ocnooit.' All ......... IllfOlt M.M. luyor Io..rI.i: :::
ling I and flinino." MO '111. IW 11."'",..'... 1150. room kltcrwi con city docorotloni. Acre HAVE
10.00. WMtotK. riiCL.reh-Hjeretor lurnlinod, rang. hoot."C.C. litWN indn. I 1M ot N w. Pot D."'" sod N.. w. : MARY MOELLER, .... by owner Coll PR o-snt. AVD,
No .. Kl mo. Ml, SI Ills lor till, 111110. I1.72434 dilly w 1015 W. U.,.. A.. PR 4.4071G11n1oli1O.
Sri.- 'N P17 575. cm4or I .... YOU c ii"vi"IOIIftit ; ,
bud IIob' PR HvM 37/1004 11101111. )
OUNM .I15 In NW. 61415.I ,
I OR. I both ....... Control hoit, 'UN
.ctle/N. NC.15d HIICOftt Ie city OWNER UANFIUINO. $ACSI.PICS. .. .
In corport
bum kitchen ond
''mlto WIM" p vM .,_ 5451Sty /. 5R. 1 ...$.el. 10.04''..., can.dabn. hilt wi'" OplISli I III. I N' Ple. liens. SWIMMINGPOOL ....... ..... Cell jQ4234.
01117. AIM I.,.. ton 1 eullVwild kill I. 1100. a ...... I __. 1 both fomlly' room t00cM, M 01 I
ISIS MI ROM Iii I mlttiIperry N. Cash 00511. 511 '. 0.46 NS with 11"", two Ill condition.porch ; Low dn. :: IIM HI :. PkPR EASY TO BUYThle
smut II Down peyinenl mo. KM H14W 04 A... 3'._. 465. 0111571 ..,....... 000505 txitDupioi SPOTLIGHT

1111 ....... ..rrongocl.M. N I. 12th TI RACI. JllT ftncod yerd ..... fro" old. ft,. c_..... ". 4a.No hi me chermlno Pinny 1 eroa IR cm t both bo boueMlor home THIS WEEK'S IS ON
*.... Homeo, Inc. 311.111. ponoitd 1 PIE' room .1 Ir Howard .-.. Jr. Hie*. Will ouilltylnj 01.151055.Mary only' II,Me down Sod 104por
COM. lencod ront wllK ODIKn to lilt.N 1516 SPACIOUS I bodroom 155 born mOo GAINESVILLE MINIATURE
f III V A McCoy Ve-nt yird o co"Ml con.dinon buy. Mooilor Reoltor month, Kltrhon 1 U equipped.
? ii4.ton. lYOwntR. .I. Ittn Piece.I homo sIM 14'x11' SWIM.MIND -
1 10" w. U.'.. A... PR 55471Otn.1ulw : pool. Locottd 1461 NW lovely yord Tho IUV ot MoyMr RACEWAY
I 1 IR Don 1 I. it ,'',001. CHI' now to loo.
rllgrilond Court WMI.or P15.by .
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Woterfront Property bedroom comer! n* "' 1.M4 toctloii h t Mtmldo tlty -
14 iwim.... club n.rrb.r.hl.4C. tquoro ft. Huff fomlly room wittlreoloce. / DWNIII S 554 ...../ 'II' TMi lo on OMCWIlonol buy l" 107 W. V.iw, Ay4.
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CRAWFORD owollenl. Pri V2-flnincll'.. orrongimonro Lorg Mtlo, wall I ,lendKIOM. X Iii'. MSdy 10'. 1100' Homed.NW at Illto. DID YOU KNOW? &, How y*.. boon roclnf r.* sw ,.. tit" hwck ..
WINIFRED H. uoo down IMII 5Ma15 1 l 642.13monMly. I Mill" 1. trtt thrill .< i JIt
Il' ; l1'l. Thot you con own ottractlvo IIR vlllo'i Mmmturd ....w." t ,oo<
tpoclollilne.OKI In PIN' f OK 1ST I IR 14611 ti.w. Hordmod lloon. : LOVELY I Maroon 1111. bolht. mil
RI" Ironer w. 500111 N.W.41N boin Cl homo in ....
1 1 lrf' !I... .. Th. bit ....... of 1..1
PROPiRTIIJ trie* front MM down, I... uepovmenre I. m tlrttt JH1M7. ItMOOIL. 17103UP. lovol mooNvv homo locotod Intho N I bcition tar only" line down I i the t ,
ACUAG' ot. $13 mo. 1M NlII" Th James Company I II NW : ONLY HOMO tho end IM POP .......... Comer lot 055105 ranckd, f.rt.rrl. lotui. Cobra are IMirtf .
1571. N. .lroII OK 2H1 PI. .- otter I. HOMI ClOSBOUT city' ,....,... HUM with I Pistol beck y..... letter cut \ tor tho I..' thru the ..",i.. .ni lows th. bock
Now ItirM bodroom, two hill both I7MDOWN. .
bulldor-o modol Owwrol llocrrtt' ttra>|ht. If your e., won't motavr*' 55 t. tl$i (am.

built.M even ond ronoo.troj GI HUGS I toy tromo 4 bedroom ,.till... .....," ..11.* ..,,1.. h yells for t.. ..kj"".
hootln odoplobii to sir con.dltlonlnt. homo with I iioop ...re... tocottd UNIVERSITYREALTY and lo"o Mock of hi.K.,.rformonco .,Io". h In
fully _."" INISO' 01 110 NW I Avtnuo. ONLY I Aftor ... the .....1 bits on tfMoy ot
.. 000 Wi'" IIJM DOWN. the piH. you
PA.AMOS. TyltA ... .. 1104 down V", 1104 "
_I Poe mon'''. Or. io5B down PHA the roco woy y.11 tortoinly wont to odd ot loot
A R D 'l""IIIIIUIt 1104 por month Ircludro to." SM NIAT > bodroom houw on lams ana ot thorn to your ..uipo (loIs..5 oicollont |ift

CLARET I NAN t doting' Hugn loworoi" Ind Ofo will I 1 loMxopod Oontodllo,lot OWNER hut 31 WILL miititrom 1111 N. Mlln' II Ph 37143 ,.. .Id.. for SOY owls on your Hit I. 0,.. ,'.11..11, oil
lice ol HI ISth It. Sod illh Avo.Vomi FINANCI. W. M Munroo. RMltorAIMI IKe limo. tho Mcowoy .....,... rocoa on WH"..-
Eo R 0 3 S P A N n a. I. Mcletitmin Prenk '
ACROSS 28. That thing RIM Ploy McCanr T. C. Doug day ...* Jundoy nihto ot I. ... 'h... never anychorfi
1. Decline 29 Incumbent S N A P TOP P E R s WINTIR lomlly homo m Woldo. John Merrill III to ttioio who drop. In to watch the ncht5.W.Ieh .
Moos vilue' to bo tound M
4.\Vlfe of 31. Chici'I.. T.1'1 Eo I. to t. 0 K wtioro. ... ove lit, a tun. ot McKINNEY *. *
7..... 32. Kiwi nor ol Woldo' Jr Hi')!., 4O-iri Realtor for N... Week i SPOTLIGHT
35 IiaL river t 5 T A 11 I N. S U 6 T PHA Pkuncod PR 1-1414 DEATON

poem 3 S.: Throe 0 D I c. e II It N I I Kodroom t lith homo ASOOCIATISMARCILLA PAROI RIALTORI

12, HOt ale Sr. Cycle TOP Ie. RAT I IT t eovllrut dining oroundoloponte I room W. H lUCK HANNA" k AMUSIMINTS 71 DINING ,* DININO-DANCINO COCKTAILS *
chamber 3. Urchis; IA 5 A 1 Pomlly 00101Csolr6 SOILING II III "no" II LORD BYRON :&
R H I N TU S / Hoot Open All Day Sorurdoy It hoi mo kxotion right by IKtiowood -
13. Negatlviparticle 40 ar'lleuIT ....... I I R. I boihi PALM IANII DUTCH TREAT UNIVERSITY INN
It 2. Y Eo G (li 1.1" T vt-un 0... ...." naM' Mr your onoymont Chorooil '1... Roam, .
box p e. room Kltchon comftino> Imorgooboord.
14 Self- 46. Gladys' Smith, Rioltorim LASSITERREALTY Ills control Mat only" .,... ( trom r A M. H I A.MProo 1802 W. Unlv. Ave Cockioll Hour I to '. I
Crease SOLUTION. Of YISTHDAY'S PUZZLE w. Unlvorolty' Avo. toe Con bo PHA flnoncod iwnery omk. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY blobs tar Wo orke of 1. Dm*
direction 47. Scarlett. I HERE You iHould .Invoit goto b e re re MM Wilds .... Vo4U4PUNIAND .. .. .. Ir* '!II I A M. to mo muiie' otPMI
17. Cava home 2. large colored 7. Also you buy Cill. PR I-MI7 DllICI"IIN 'OlIO.NlICHILO. Monlm ond hn Lo"..'_
II. I root .01.... I br t both C.MI ON. TAP mi i w. inn it PR OIMIAOVIRTIII .
18. Synthetic Rubber hand S. Caned A_........
48. tin A-c;. rtwty. 11"", _. booulHulflooro. THE POILOWINO MOVil MUST DUPLEX ContorOonxo CASUAL ATMOSPHIKt
languag ). Exlited kerchief 9. Sue ftu,. cloioto, On ,.,.. II OLD THII MONTH TO atop look A ....! buy withoood to Sore ond OlrHCrom IN THI
londicipod lot l. ... mo AM .501004 i Schooner Room OINf' 4, BANCIPIMCTQRY
19. Two: .: 50 Copycat 3. ft alia 10. Corroded20.Sholorm. sod low down .v..ont coilent tor miPORDTCI OUALIPV POR MOWIITIIXIMPTION AD ..IYrt1N15d7Good Mo. pies AOWISVONM .
FOR IH4l Polly con.dltion
si.vuneMed 15. Within, 4 ASMCIATII one loeilion MUll bo Vunt mil,.Ofl Y Avo.. _I 222 W._Unlv..Ave._
22.: Fula comb, form W. Unlu,RIALT9RtM I74-ID4 4 IIOROOMl .11.111. control holtbooutlrul Mid, by J... I win cominornoionoHo DINING 'or AD''...... Or InocKMnli *
built In kit ONI VIAR often it would par
Forward londwlilolIII BINIMfl-MUJIC
24. DOWN 16. Brltlih Or
Separation OLD. opp>. II COO down ouumomto you to Invotiieoto tefero yet
biting' aaom or At Clue
U. Sped fatter 1:Yale city. lamia M et 'Ion men 4104 por mo, buy C.I' P S .JI", ITALY IN GAINESVIUf I' HUMPTY DUMPTY COCKTAILS
20. Mother of 1. JtaL Nl evelllylnt MOVI Dine' In tno ..
by condiolltht 15110
Ml NW Din It.
IN. 3.S ACRES nil otmoipnof tt 1..1,. I -| GAINES
4 I' f0j4 ,f I' 11 i' ". Timothy Juit mo .Moot aroe In N W. tecation MANAKOI RltTAURANTipocoiiioi I POT SPICY PIZZA STEAK ROOM
31. Aggregate SPACIOUS hw o booulihil Home Poiturlftt U I. Prime ond Owlrd:
In koioeno plt1Asod V.loI'oo' from bloln cnoMOto
11 NW Cl, Awnln. wlndnwl, cont 11.111 0.1:L.rh: : room. Norm. Plenty' et Inoi end prlvocy M ... ....u to
6 u '. IJ 22. Human .. last. 11 ottroct I u e NIP JW5 ,..... 15.Cliv oihtr dolleloin Itollon mutllroom to 'lobttor Inn prowrod your torn
NA{;. Double cor.. FHA ou .. on su1 opsO 1..705. Ns1Map IN
tang Irma, hie ouelllylno. MOVE INPINLIV IIM Hiwlhonw Kd. HI '.M. i to wit your '.tPall15.SHELLEY'S
114.150. 110046 555 1 55Vsd 1.1 'W 1111 Il, Pit 451*
1* 73 74 S3. Mali nod Price U ...".IIC In.voiiigite 1110 Clad' Mondoy I : 372.638
party ARIA 4 II t hothon "' 51.41305CNk100. low, Avo.
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mil tine' orooorty betore i MT COOKINO *
26. Pat NR CAMPUS oulot dood ond ....... Control, buy Cell fR I.Ml). MIl NW lit Avo.OXFMlMonod COCKTAIL
you 500540
Ma 5501.
I IRl"t eotf.ll Ilko NIW 1 W.
17 /a 7) 27. Kind ofcolTre hoot Nice yord Only: im downfa ,... ....... II ea.l.Mruln5 LOUNGIS
P.,.. ..... Ill. ltO.1 II'. 0111,. fueiliM rHA buyer.KM. Con NOM Hoot Inrloxdw
41515.0, ASSOCIATES' h-om > AM to I PM" ,..... In CnMm
10 l/ tl II HIGHLANDS 155 1 MIN fa J. Prod Ouy Joyne Su11o.I111CN. TOWN HOUI MJTAURANTnt4 P"; 15
30 Pllferl LITTLtWOOOCl _.. C5.1ce' MIg005rOSd" ,'7.. J. W. OeolS, H. J. WIItdllr. iw tin .,. A &( W ROOTBEER STAND pill :rillS IOIINURliotle

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t3 JO I 51 34 Sea eagle "MARYMOELLER OnIY' SIP 515 mOo 511005111 FURNITUREUPHOLSTERY NW IJ* It M .rHO.
3r): Dao..Irp Includoi' toxfO a .htHironco. I ADVERTISE IN T11E
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$ Clton out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up txtra coth Person to parson oil ore for non commercial been telling merchandise edt priced that

4 3 ot $100 or less with the telling price stated in the od. No additional cottt for edi that require the full 10 doyi. No refunds for

1 10 LAYS LINES bring quicker action.

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


For Solo -IS HOUMI For Solo IS Ho..". Pet Sol. 15 HOHHI For Sale IS Ho,.., Fw Solo 15 HOUMI fM Sole IS H.VMI for Sole 41 Colofo Proparty
IS Ho....

: \ FOR SALE BY OWNER 3 80. 3 IU' DIRECT PROM Bull DER 3pg.. cci .'UM In hw-ih.1144; 6cIA block 3 IK.-1--bain-' ,-Ira.openboom IY OWNER 4 BR I bath doll HOMES FUR "Al I I. THE TIMEIS
Jv oVaTrTrOlTxMj SELL .,.. ... ..., Wettmorland Av.lt- I li I bodr.. II I4ttl ItItti
: bath (;CI. ltn.il> .,"' I Mock no OMM 1..1. Pouts ofHomoi Intarllata 71. 100 > \W yard, .III... paneled dwvoiace. NW 11 Ave
decorated. excellent nIIghbanlt.ed.I Lowly now ION Homo In MeloreOardent. .. ,. Terraintloore. A... ....." down payment
from J. J. PInlav ochool at 2051 m. Tn* oomoloto aurrouM with Lloinlnim hodga. Irg S lomlly team wi' 010 ebie an short notice.
mt eubdlvlilon, mar -" &I .'* ml 0 ot com""" on NW 7th Pt| Many nlca toaturatPlroolaco Itante with ..caIIsttt "._ .. ,rico W" atm ramrod now ,. Ire. fenced' buck put Call FR sonS for eppt ninthly poymenla 157 lo I$..
.. ..I( and .bopping.. Three badroom Lirg. llvIne 441 laavlltul wooded loti Driveround for .....k..I.... .Ir conditlonar nil H W Km Avonuo. Hugh 11.101. osne Ogllity 1,14 0440 bpp.yntanO. bu It./la kitchen. i/e-JON or elieIIH. Am komea built on your bat NOW. .
bath .erel. block ale.. Will negotiate price and othoro. Moaftonably tawordt lnc.ro7071No .. C.Il 37..301. FRED wIth no dawn p.yttolItt. P15.
room aeperate dlnine room any II.... OT-UM or WJtor ""
porch and petlo. Priced et tl.1. 4020.ASs prlcod Call 374-1774 for out Quolltylng 1100 Down IV OWNER beeulllul home for CHARM and. family Itchyoto PR t-4a.
moved and home Now brick Iron homo kt top NIones. .01. In NW eecilin, I Mocka frontMyti wolny ARNOLD Atoll IN
owner nee
500. YOU MOVING 10 0CM A' euv I4OFPINSS. It .TlllrCH lit empheilnd In the ,hInt cii.Iam.dcolg.td .- Do You HoveA
Call ALA- ClOW t. Ktioolt. lidowolkv Tarwllllgor -. Mutt bo ball
,. .II.bI. today. New CCI I bedroom one
hates In OCII" PIP. 5 IR. By> maul float 000thbuIlt A built Itactro III
ASSOCIATE flies _.1 Colt' PR REALTOR Located
CHUA MALT pwod itroon turn to be apprKiaiod. home Low down payment
Sc.moat. mInvaillng ihM OrsoALACI4OA by Iit.lM. 1 R, I boyd
J7" *M, Aria T. Imlth.' R..llor.'I 0 ::school 1t00P. and Jr. strati.0011010.tc colt. HOWII. INC heat kullt'In ouR *... .*..... --. p.t.Iod Wlmberly, totally anattn.Itsollr NI urn TerrMcCoy Room.Apartment,
' On largo landKeped. M Will phono ITtoulModal P trede tar olmllir Mm 1ftG..II. Homo Oponlng ovory lun irrbngod 1 bfdroomlVl 4 BR. mown klle""' an, lOot Interior la much more wen Per appointment to lee Ml 1 bedroom .00, 174'73iclOlofttO
.. Prlco range tram from 1 P.M. I PAL Mil N. point, eulloor. J7H9I'. 000. HOW down Cell; PR 14171to you would expect for .WI'.MM.lor. homo with hardwood tloore :3t.tOll- or
US.two to tit'ooo Call McKlmuyOraan W. 21 Pt.Commas ). aiei drive by Hi HI 7th II. N 40. 20th Tan. oft 3111Acs led ",.,Id. room en beeutllullylandKapM ACRI WOODED IOTI
Reeltore 172'MIT. coot with' ol athar Ibooroom INLY ISM down, no wttlomont SItcom by opyalnlotts'tt ..00to. lot Priced at IIIOM I an Hwv Number 155 In AleUwa. House to Rent?
t both fully olr cond.homat. OasIs for "thli > BR. I both homo lUILDER MODEL haildas. 313._. LlOyd MyrIck. with .iaO poycrottt sad III down HI monthly
:p 121
< KetltyDevelopment .VOU'LL soy IT IVLRV at 170S NW 7th PU DoublO co, larty American '..It.. I bedroomi liOn.suY par month to .qualified PHIl buyer. Phono J7"7l7e.
TIMI.* lolle modlll 111,771 M port, porch LL"'R roomi contrnl two full bethi 01 built. REMEMBER-
your M. lt.ot. I CONDITIONor In oven and rang.. Central heat NOW FROM nUILDER.55. ",I.or' .
o Ct.IIINWIMitmUT. MODELSNow rotund you tho coil of olr sill down V... HOI par month. coolly com I.'ed hott'l In tW M.. UNDER 120001 I lottotmlod 1g/II"' 't.-C:
I IR 1 both BIO NW till dos. conditioning. Coil PR 4-4JS3 MM town PHA IW per month. Cordoni. 4 BR. bull In 1 bedroeme I b."'.. IM X 141 lots Ot 1151
low down '.yh. 171 .... No ....1.). Move hit """". Hugh leIw.'.... Clw;1 t., I M till o lhl, mon, toot lot Panred back yard I W. 172 0111'. A r niai: vacancy
. MtXR.. MODERNNow Ine m lOll SI and Mlh Ave. birch' kitchen ublnoti, OR dluxt .. location Control; heat with awning
Open MOELLER. REALTOR ..... cookor top. hordwoodfloori windowa lad Intul.ted ettlc. 41-1 COLORED RENTALS COSTS YOU MORE
I BR I both homo with .
3 Bedroom 1V4 baths. 921 lOlt W. Unlv Ace. PB. mnO.lniivlllo conhoot FOR SALE BY OWNER Ir,. tot In Roilrlctod Aro. Pevad itreaf paid for Call .
".. i> Air cond Dolu o kltchondlihwoinor I IR H...... .poimllon by Jon. .
O NE 5th Place New Incl. bulll.ln rono. b 0."' 1. Own.r will ,.... 2nd mortgwa NOW undor conitructlon 1511 NW 192 today Oaf sppaltttlttottt.IP4V5STMIOT NOW RENTING than the od that
Ranch Style with Weiternflreploee Northwest e. Dlipoi.l "!0 14I7J4424 1/M4U or eel al 110 Nl ultra modern I IR du
: :M >t. 1 en. I Do.h. Fla. rm., 'RO'UTY COLOHID
and Inside bar I It 4 ......m Models le v. IIal.. .... plus "00001 ........ 10lh It.7ooe built.In Mlcnon 9 c.r urport. Lit rant trot. one 01 lfwan I bod- plot apertmontt, larga llvng' and will rent itlHere's !
make en offer .. SHADOWIAWH RIDGW..Y CONSTRUCTION (;0.. ....,oom. lamny ream Sly now lord tt.0 pick calMs. room h_ bail ear lor ...aoanrty dining aree. modern kitchen with
b.cu Estates ESTATES or 74041. located on largo comer lot. INcellenf loony 14014 1o.'urI" 10'. lit good batons ....1.... ... tan, IOroo Uoraoe clowtt ll0ban
we want to move It this i N HBWBtRHr I BR. CCB Homoor "''Ohbor_ eonvenlenlto c.11ont. We h.v. priced ., Itoora tile bathe apace heat.It
year. ,. D OLIVER nab by ownor M ooo cnn orK acKooll and PHAllnenclng CAROl commorclil. loti tor loll 11WC end mother It III,HO. end hot water. heeler, toelllIItL what your
OFPIRINO .HI on tormi of UOt down w : Tho J"t'- or 'I..,. on Moln, It Nl or IWAr Oil; ill tor ipoolntm.nlARNOLD. tlae tor machlnei, end
, j : Open for viewing S BRand Custom built hemee re- Individual Ityln far Von b-ltaca.tthlp. 171-IMS. Phone 373-7401. ... Will oroct building to Mill. pevod at N I. Mmlor COSTS
or eppolntmmt 17> vacancy
etricteJBeoutlrully tonmt Shown by ppolntmmt"
Will' planned living araai
2 bothi. Brand new ti.low ttrmt.Clll 1221 or ..7I13n.4S .
Quality material k workmanihlp > Golnoivllli't rt .nd molt OIly
with luperb ConstruCtIon wooded. loIs *.w REALTY COMPANYMultiple YOU EVERY DAY
throughout.! 381' NW 8th would be lumrl.ui iporlmont kuildinf. .. TOM W. ODADY, "R M112 Llitlno Member. Poo.lelo.1 Apti.CLAr4 .
J : A community yew or conloct Dlvld. L. Huntor, Ir ui. W. univ. Avt. man
Ave. All City convanlanceeNe proud to II.. InDrl. ; LAKESHORE I5ff I. 110I.'. Homo II NI 12 It. AlMCllttll Jane CalOWWI until it is rented:
.. w.., on KW mil -CI hat thppord lab KOIkm.. I .It lrollor. Sal ant otto "or
We hiv e lote end ..nmiminreNwttiwett Ava. ,.., "Itt. Olon Iprlng "hvloraocllon W.,'.. Ilodd.rd Jim", Gr.... =: "C'I"f:" t.ran :;
log lion on Ion. TOWERS JWK 2.bs3O. dIll IF RENT YOUR LOSSIS.
loti ., tote. PR into. 500 II.

I lltatea h cenven.Mntlv FORDYCEFEATURES two room apt lor man
IMOtie a* tin but NOW LEASING 372-8404 V.cinl Jan 11 MO montn Utll .
JACKDEYOT N W. jam Itreef Call
MM o 'It1I..d turn. liu NW Ird Plan.
PIVI BEDROOMS two btltll "
two.ttecko awn I* N.W.. let* New Brick HomesIn end iMlKblo, In on* wmkeulllln PR 201,.. fur apptI l4mo. .l30pand.y

RifbtereJ BrokerASSOCIATES rango, dltpoul. ,, dunwuhorl IR, LR Kit, watar "'rn. IS]
SMpn.it FeaterHoIghos new contrM gal llrod par mo. loll I. Un.... Aco.rearS M par IM. .. II M por day
fumoct Ovonlitd tot with ( Coil FR ..0,...

WALTER STUBBSInc. pliylng room" for chlide.npOO.4 :1 br I boll HILLSIDRLocitlon ""'_I.p..II. I. lull.' G.Apo"...." III par mo. .. II11 par day
114 bodroorna SaiItlo" kltdvan itroot, city Mwon coo ,. ... badroom turnlifwtf -
.. 'Is Lit and "'. nit,0buli.in OtIs d two
: Key Ilttt Chrle Stone aqulpmint. con. float, VA no t.ct.do M.'ctll. .nd Ii.IteO50lraaI won I ,...., C-H and I and vnlvrnlinatf oil M par .... H.00 par day
down ,.y", ..'. PHA from 1700dowiMig dlitrlct' Drlv. by Hot cor corset. Itcollont torml with aiaclrk' kltchana. hostInG .
Immett Hollow.y doling coitfcCooltol Nl 12th Torroct fIlet oil low down piynont. No qualityIng air conditioning awlmmlneYonjo M par "'.. .. ttll por day
Phone 376-5394 in for down one oppolnl3WNIR Clll Pordyco 37H334IOUTH .peal otto blink Pratt, P.K.
I : Phene 172-2511 l lulldon, Ing.NW monl. WItS khool. Prom 110 par 170 por no. tin per d.y
inn Pioca k am nrootOPIN WANTS to c.rry ttio It. W* o.. ft 4 br I beth luxury month. R...... Coors nowl C.,. I
: I2S NW lit Si.COMPARE. I "W trade houtct" Noose D.ILVCall noneln on 1015 m..nry 'h_ homo In flno .rl..,. locotlon nor IM. Mth Acne o.ond' IT! Mr "'.. 11.50 par day
iTt-lMi or 171-7701 bidroom, two both houw Mltcnool Lorgo Clown, Mlghttul ItrapIKOPlorldo T....... :J7M45I I
.round tho cantor from Pittia3' Only 19000 ond IM por mo. li.M por day
: Hlrowood strIp hears,, loon,. toro wit.. Coil: Pordyco )7o- NIWL! OICOUTIO APTL Col-
-- nclotod gorw., fully oqulppodkllchm 12% .lost. tudocls ltd _JIM wit. M' par "'0. .. Iil3 par day
ll optlonol cornor tot IMAOINI Sal chlldon ............ CoIl N_
MCCOY'S with llvmk Irttt ond ,...- A loirkllng. t or homo, CUM toKhooll -berry ira-nij "or m.33n. M por "' .. MOO par day
a .....,. lorgo lot. low loae lvorloui EFFICIENCY APTS.
TRANQUIL Mltlng, unoV. ...... mothodi of financing 190 050.MI000ehy I M par "'.. tl II par day
, ihido IrMi on ovir on Kro InIUrkw. lId 2413
I ..... Orocloul' mownry mUoonco lot Oar only 113,500. Colt; Pordye. sachorta UN par .... II.X' par day
; THESE HOME VALUES S Swimming fool ft.creatl.il Room control halt four boA 370-1I34.: ITUDINTl-l III and atllcan.: I
I INC. C Acre *| PicnIc Croundl e> Control Hoot room.- "'r.. bothi llrooloco 005 .oolttble, ho' ,to.I' ttinttl.

: BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE e) Centr.l Air Cond. e) Leo dry Focllltiei '.!'qult tutu. brown by.ppolntmmt > FORDYCE t_only tor. IsO piwno moro 37MM.I InformationRANDNIW attar. t P.M. CALL 378.1411

THE 'JEFFERSON" .) St.r.j. Lock,, Garbage Drop Chut( only k ASSOCIATES, INC.Gro. .
UN 00 DOWN lad tollon will I IR APTI
Paved Porklne Arael S Lighted Sidew.lkie pay PHIl doling coiti on oithor ottn RIAL POTATO Pordycft CONSULTANTS Realtor Alr-contflllonad, tIle baltil tfrran I TO PLACE YOUR
!! > > tlov.tan >o two boonntn homoii ... li DICK '.n Proncil Hough Max. modarn fumltura, Only I
Charmingly colonial' eutilda, locitod In NW lad tOo oltwr SI I..." OouldM Horvon BontonO I mlnuioi trom unlvartlty on 44 lloutti SUN RENTAL
thIs horn h tilled with conporory You h.vo cnolco of conitructlon C. Coy Dudliy Oouldm No child,. or (fit t 0mo.
Vlnl..coo tot .r"loIIl conl_ PHONE 376.4456 I bloc .r fromo. Now stove ondrolrlgoritor fit W. Univ. 174.U34 Call J74745II ""5151. WANT ADS
: BUY YOUR NEW HOME 11.,... Nolle the well In ono.rc'.i ROOMS III. rm. IR. kit, both
Opp.lOtOEwarbm0s win FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT I Furnlturo con ... hjmlahod aot gel hael R.._
: BEFORE DECEMBER 31 laundry kitchen, and pantry I In both ot 0 AIry rooionobloflour. PARRISHPRESENTS .
114 Hou, Sorvic.) lIla adulll only. no nIl.all -
.,.,.. Handy to tho tervlce en.trence. .. You con t go wrong. Ml 7th '1. 47 Mown fat Rant Fum.THREI .
: AND SAVE YOUR There are three bId.r.am. SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL S DAILY I for 533.00 par month totolpiymonn
with. OotshondIns alaaof 230< S.W. Illh ST. U.S. HWY. 441 Put th.io on MODERN fum iplll soIl' I bad ,
HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION lecllltlei plui to. lull tiled your mt. room apt Air cond Clou to Cam.pu > _...... I balti nlcalylurniniid
.. I tmra CCI, pall carport '
I It wr mo. 1114 NW 3rd PI
both ond aiparetl drenlng
LW.KIRKPATRICK. 41,. 171.111]. lIon corrwr lot. PU P R .
., It .,.... Apt I
14th Ave. roe In the 01 'or tulle Butler Bros. WESTMORLAND now brick 152 HW Mll PIKOI .
0 ,04 NW BUILDERS 113' ar M it
hM formal living' room with front homo with oncloMd "hHtod IN ALACHUA ono bedroom moMla
,llllllllllllllllrmmnll I IR. t barn tat down I a aeoerelo dlnine,. room tIll.: a I saimmIr, p044 an OttteOtiVI toed. homo. .."V.'. lot '4 ml kook BR twma .....,,011... lIla, kllch.:
174 mo family. room with 0 tlrepiec.and Suitor ...pod lot 1 bodroomi SIN ..th.. at Aiiehua. Call MMtn or maC on k both, Ill.. trontaoo or
Tho following in rudy ton.ecome.t.bi.I' Own'. fan baeulllul cherry "...11... Jl N. Mole St Phono PP. 14404ASSOCIATISl Saul 1ft klfchon unill. Now PInk tnttll' 0001.11. 100 mo laka lanio '.. 'Phs.. FRI l-
_p.ney. Urge family. 4 eft 4 The "L" ihape el HM haute IIo.acitt. 10 .qoollOlod buy. no ar P> VMM. _
batha vp lIvIng room family with., III attache: two car. garage Ployo M>thloi>n lone Rurmoll 46 Utifumlah.4 A,1a.I LARSI I IK IWUM. "" .,ohtdo $35bar
will C..0. A. W. Soul UIN. R.. WESTWOOO ARIA 4 btdrooml ..toll.l .
re and rear mIle month. Call; PR -
room ,
672J SW. 15th Way o.'n: earth, IRi mekg I dellihtful place to Christmas lovll. Klrklind.' Ion GrIffIn 31 Ilrl bothi I.... woll'lIngo to living will room corbollng with 'R. .pt. 1150 ..... RUIN l0.. at Hawllwna Rd.AOV.RTIII .
It's Fun To
lichen, t* bathe down. com. II... Shopat I. din I.. and lIvIng room with Slut ptoonft, Sono I ..',Ig. l
( CluBlitotai) :: lam. .
Country awrdhtloa.d-.4II 4401 NW 17th PI ENJOY rairoto itudy ind lImIt fomllyroom Con. air condo tool till IN TIck
THESE pot. "105.35325W ..'", A... P_
4 BR. r* batlii, ..... Plo.rm built lit oppllenceewondertulopportunity with flrtplico. An _
,, for nice roomingtiouio FEATURES _
and additional otilor.urv The Charming story homo on on cro lot" :
hlMllnt .on... mean "'.. good Investment tor o Control Coat
'..", .. Wary o..olu.lv.ooctloih butlnm property Lot MprOKlmitely > RANCHO GRANDI 5 I *lr-CMO: 'ononi LAth FAMILY Jail the home,
IrtOf Central
nafwMNry flmt a In living room-
Will" dkcailothir YordPlroploco
par mut'h family room, "Irving room etrx' .
.. .4 heat Nicely" lonOicoped lot In e.
financial arjmf.e. Ire room OM parquet floor ft J' cell.nt weitilde hc.tIals.WIMISSLY .
ha Iawvhip dr._ Included. IMOM unto ButlerBrothers In I It. I both CCe Homo, Forest Pines
tocotod .... Khooll. Mutt Mil
NorwoodHope Down. I5TATIS. Anreat lam
oI32INW17111PL Immodlitoly. V.ry. rooioniblo I IIocIroom. S "h. Ootttn.ily tlo.t.Id An Excellent Colored Neighborhood
down poymonf M bo of
y toon
MA .Ir CuOdltlaond homo Oft
"PLANNINU( SUILD" tc- Mot Nl lOON DrOOl .. 100 a 201 101. 'ull' IIIklichOll ASM'rrt
for pMlntmont' till17M01I oniba, "

*H" Inc. Let ui give you an eitl- LACK ACRM. Traditional I bed.room. .
We Trad Homes mate on contracting your I bath home with ,living' '
new Custom home Builders room _..,. dnlng room, ,.....
or Property fly room" with tlMplace. eltrecllvo
.. Call Gerald rRV6'Q. McCoy SEE 10EXCITING built. In kitchen central; boat.UNIVIRSITV .
Ol'IN 1'011 YOU TO ACRtl Now W.. .
N.te. FR 6.501 or
Ida reitrlcted wMlvlllon of acre
YOU WILL JUIT CALL ef lulldereeivllle.
rMomkir Home !
lImits Was NO CITY TAXIl
Atlatla..f .. 4-UOI or PR e-m Office Located at .219.
Loll 1.U50. 00
N. Main Stout end Hr' Hv 'I


f IN : McCoy luildon ( Nil lilt of Duv.l.II.. School*

FEATURING : AS10CIATII INC.H. N I. loIs Avo InC 0.1. 25110 ST.
i MOVE IN VILLAGEGREEN Wayne Hill Helen' Arahim I Five Now Moionry Homn

S lOOxIOOFt.Lot Carolyn 'Pooley Mary PerrlthIt Three bgdroomi tile baiti kitchen, living room dlnlnj
I NP. Plr t >t, Tel 37? Uti plus front
room end e large Storage dnd utility room

: Be Eligible for Homestead Exemption I Top N.W. Location I* Out el Town Property and porch(own, Built. on a nice me lot complete with plant

S I.dtactti .nd onl bUtt' butiI'.lIsO. Total price Includinf clotine coif .$9500.00Oownoaymant

: ; g LIMITED NUMBER OF HOMES G.E. Built-ins I Extension .HIgh W 5 Otritlpa 300' nlco, tnootcitq nt'sttborhand.to molt.,., anly . ISO.00

Including Imurojncll 6J.00inonc.n
I OtIs 07500 171 ear IstoottlISALPII Monthly Myimntg
ft No FHA Qualifying I Premium Construction 055IV. R..I.... 11.05. P1 e h locol ( NO *.HA.)
title AC. 770 Itt. I*, Steve e mew fcomaIhig
No oliloy, sue M ond move right

ij 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes, All City Conveniences. I Near Schools Featuring Electric Kitchen.General 40 luiinoil ProportiogWILfBjILD Chriitmoi OPIN SUNDAY 2 30 fM TILl S fMC.II

ft G.E. Built.lns. Terms To Suit Your Budget. I Homes priced from and loouut.l an- G.MIO or V.Q. McCoy
: proved tonant o now oMIco to m 6-7290

$15,300 18275. your ipoclflcatleni on R.P ton.d 00044. locatod N. Moos St. .nd 23rd tlvd.
tot booted on Nl lit It, S tiki. .t
I INC. 3767971N.E. Payments from $100 from City Hill Call 17].till or


N.E. 15th STREET end AYE. fS'- have fireplaces paneled '3O'.IW-R.W earful apoenwhie tar .._... COLORED

family rooms. 2 tawnln, IIOd _.
: r Only a few Indirect Istoto ban 1.540055 ln.srIY Sir
full baths
UClA. A"=' II htcrul4 colt ,
homes leftS lighting. central hroynd O7O7H tst.

ducted heat Italian 42 ._. flr Ac..... RENTALS

V Buy Now To terrazzo floors. 1.3 ..,. 'aned Isd.IlrliFXdIC:
\ Attention Veterans ...... "..1_


EXEMPTION 1 Sc.. willi 0..11I. 111051 I.L fA
l MODELDrive


Pta.aero .

: We have several completed homes which will be eligible for homestead I NO MONEY DOWN VAS not.* on Main Stor 2o"bIos tract.. ont mHO llvaMoIN

exemption If they can be occupied before the 1st. FHA FROM $400 DOWN Ave NW.Turn)}right m St loots to 39th) toNE ._ It .crw willi f Iwotat SoIl.boorIhIsi .

\ MONTHLY PAYMENTS FROM 15th 5,. turn right pdao.

:These homes rang in price from $12,800 to $17,800 inmost AMIRICAHOMtStignonloft KHithl welch far YOUNG MARY arm MOELLER win tae caMa, REAL TOO

: different sixes. Monthly payments from $74.74 to 75.16Sales IJth. MODELS St. end AT JOth N.Ave I. Wit W. UnIt. ._" eia.IM .p* M471OaiMiviiio.

$109. Phone J72-7070 OtfMk -.... 1 Mill. 01 ann.
stotsr.. low Same, cay
I'OS' lens.P000Th .

fVou will have the benefits of all city services !large lots. and the experience Office at N.W. 16th Are. Daily 10-6 I 5 AUOCIATOL INC.ISAI.1Qt p IM..500 ._ -11I""" .o4 aMI
Open ISO W, IJiota, 374.7235 L0to 1Iv.. .stne Inso Dan0000 OanaOanhsanp 51111
of Gainesville's oldest and most successful builder. Come out 5 Muowy Canslrncitws 5.4140
anti! N.W. 39th Terr. II ACeil at lam ,land aw .b>. 5 700loo otami Tao w_ alaga
today and let's see I If we can't make this your finest Christmas witha jmwiio_ call aTHiu anar MfM. oan soIls Ilnie Moe .0th 50'5s5 .n4a
Cwie M Owant I i. ;=:.::. dIn000Iry
brand new home by Kirkpatrick & Pierson. I YOUNGAMERICA .... ,,- L_ 400500 Otay 00015to. 4000 5dosd AltlClow .

Butler Brothers Builders I CLOSE IN 150115 111.5 Cloanlu 0 posed la 50011.actual and bee Ho*

i I at ..- brqotstat : 55 P1mlw* p44y y-oaM
HIGHLAND COURT MANOR 100 anuS Is ho boles..e 5.0111.5 : .
I 105 cam MAoOan omIt

Daily 372-5545 Night 376-9048 ; HOMES a1 ColI* acraa or.Glositci .paean_- hr appsiomeut ..I I7MM1 w 171-31U

Sate Office-NE 2JrJ Blv j. & 11th Tetf.-372.J47l I I Snts.tts. ..001101'I I T... santhoiM 010 II nNort ** lime* In Mt | .....

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CAiTAJIO ktoCiOAyff st.50ttO CC0 1.0050. UPJL cut PIIRMCI Iofll SwIll N Th0C"ATIt4071Sh.wA
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; piano"and .. o-r.-11rn' lily FLYMOIJTI( MOOT, 55.1.1. 1502 I4Dlmm"717. .A. "'NI.". .... \4
II WI373TIEUTE. 24'-T-'T'T
15111 loom iaN.' IrovoUO Kim 41 Mtlroio, bun,* I It,",. 1.1kb undllloll .... Coll brown coucn p1" long. Mi 50011 5o0010115 0005550154' ScsI 150 sold 150050' "... COR III I...Chow", AI .045700 CASH YEAREND
201,0.00, PIlIiiSS. SM PSI. lvi.p m' .....!.. for KM o>t..o ot- 1I2-_ ot cniwo' ._,. M. ITIpOooltor / 411105" IJ3I. __ tao FR W32Io. Slol' Plo 5 SN--II -
viii. (INS 000.01 472-3432. fko. ro.i.. 04010.1
I.... i lit ">ono .imn, l 1964 SELbCT-0-MATlC Ii' US IFFOP' YtH IUV IMP SIMCA onwlnp kl ocnllontMMitHK. ,.
,. INsi I POLAROID cam.ro DM rotrltki 4 .....'lcol.." Mw Mm
Autonialli Zig .... 51.15341055505. 0on utpd Call
FOR L1AII .. COI.OI. OthorbouMhoid can
for Rant V.'Unlo IC.MI tt. .tor.bulMIno 5051011,5 444, 0- NuOI.olns2ss. IcY iood running prirod Hr 0550. 55. Call :171.xor.
3 H.y" W. Inly. Av.. prlco 55llONI5. _'- 500150075 Homo tor..... )ll> 540121550505 AuNllalM I. Bob Adami FR 2-T28

MM ,., mo. CM Honnoll Moy.iMALL ........ ... ... niL
.. CCS NW _I..... ... Mlp.. 01WOON -Qto-MoT
iii ke PS 4.247 .
or I 1' MIMI Wl 110,504 .0SC5nsII, 5(25 p., IIMCIPJ COn_ PWdM OOWMtmarhlitp j- FORChristmas :
Call J76-1 562 oft.rloiS 4.7030. month or IJI SilO. In-jwi. loncy do.tl 43 CHIVY 000 .Pin tojpalo U

".M. ..,_.. lor .roM 3441451 $,.ing' 50.10)0,5 C. ..nt. ptc. MOM pr P>OI 44pMd troMmiaoioik bocbolBHtt '.
jiS'iim .1 Sot Aol.037c2i10 DAN BYRD 'It W. U.... A... 37to.1SS. ....,..,. V. C y y.. .- PI 4 ,I. randl.Hon.
iqoiMind. NS .... r":. 1v0Pt.. PS 13571.iti'owCA'.I I owner. Co* F* WPM SIN
Amor. Plvor Clearance
'f1i-R261! KALI MODIL or 4 P M."
Call FR 2..136- I ..._. I tNMm __ IhyiMdPvllmon fit* lonp ."
tIP, lltMMl. dMr Iw. IticA. ,." w..... InNro .lass lea.lnt rauntr. muaO MM ISo.
III' NW Ulh S< .y.i.... Oppom.s,, PONTIAC .0IlN.IIILL. 055,4
doon HOP. PoMtanw.
_"..... Sraosoarons' 20110' *054,1' front. KMImj
Omd .
043)0 top ... .. toPdad wim pnroo.IOM
i .11. WOldo ""
PR'' $.5ia HOP
.... eI Dee.IUIIK".UICK .20SmoS.7SS.
., lv.. *o.iIlbiS' 005UwtuLOy1c00ij31111nl.IOICLU2IVI ml IN per can! wofionrp.PRlUMOatlorl Wo Must
I IA4.TY Tot COUNTY ,." OiPLI IICVCLI LIt,. now FINAL CLOSE OUT .on anllpipir.U PM.
I II. M.IA P. P"*_ !- DIITRIIUTORVtry ... or cod oltor 4 II 01' Nl : nnn DiP tlnplo ..... .
Cony. 337 enptno
-- niumlihId modoti invntmonl locurodiln JON Ploco, HARPER PAINT CO.
; "w.Q : 203 NW w, lUrllnj Invontory. MKKonl.col PR two.60LP II 1W713111. Phono PR M304p'oll potnroctlM,. ti_ Matt power : hAovo These
2.004 ptMo en .11.-- I I$400.SOO
0..1I1e., Ill 543onioN. or Mitt bKktnvnd KKM.ory. UP TO 300
OlIN I. 1KS. GL"'SS fIbs' KAOLJI4N 5.ot0.uaolP501102 Nw M: mm Tochnlcolormovlo par. IJJPb SChool mlM can
A.II.bSi J"verY,. 50 22224 _"..... Two Isoos praloctor WIM purchaao olouturno trade and Rnanco, Call WHOIbonm
(.11' ... L. 0742 J i two I mbo "'..... lockolby .
0. ippoUtmIOl ...- P 40205.55,0 Nc., Hdrr In *.Ita, 101. 5I 0770 lomwt Now vorb tarrlpr.Coil I 3t PM.r Cars.

..... LIII Alrcrotl' ond 201,111.1 1 hiduotry CLUtl tomploto $15 11300. only" PUP ototkl PhaMo S> CHIVROLIT **. .rdI. PVl
ousr..lgIfo \" onnouiKM M brooktlnugli In WII_'" Pour Modi I Irono, .l'03 ottor 4 .._wartidoirfcFOR otondord tnllt, radio 5N4 .
...... for .".. C.'I.-' ills oulomollvo oroko !nau.,,,. (Minor ..'. M...> Wiot "POT'torn. tia Hr. 4 now WW 11_ UMPano -51 Codillacc
or mo hard eI koarbit or IhoM P.
M.1or1 Phono I7Q.I1M.ILICTRIC M-3IO 4 Jb tb I OP
..71 .... > ".M. .11.11411 s vow con b. tMlliod bytfo who 655 to wattn .... I." iKow. ._ 1.45,5 .......-.t.
..., ecNol. I.rv. Y.'. '" dillrlbutor" ..1101..... to roeroMnl TRAIN (Mi AccordlMINl <<._ bHurt thb mintoVyw 71410001.1? W_ 't4 050 11Is's AND DRIVEHOME ion
.'" ..... 11, HW 20711 ..... Humpnroy ki tni. oroo.RntwrMit *M Crvlulrfc Ml tocond.nond low It IM''. Slit. sIll'' solO .... W a'aoN.TM.
50,...... 3n.f6IJ or ::17,,_ Woddlnt' RMei." 123. loll .'\rIII. Noorlni .... 4JP N. AtaW '0 00010002. 50 5 5 15. $2595'dO
.... Add,... III boqulpI to SOUNOIIOIMok iw IJin loS. PRLARSI N4S3I.9A '11104OI1.! dIN "III I'lt 7510.
HU' .......- I lII'h untv"" Dow.ICoro... SoIls PUONACNOil. .'II CHIVY radio. put*. Cadillac
_... lnn.ClItiiccupaiCY. WALS ..iw, :I5MM Ko c* Pony Wagon IN
.... $17) .PSi'.HOLD U"1. T Y 1314 ..tI.nllc ComaS Lint ....... CIIICULATING 01A7131 ClKI AIPWO >M proRXMT, fcood _. Hc. C...... PR lISPS onert t1tlIj Stdarx 500 dorxtlUpot'
JSckI50ulIl.. SI.. 32203 or Call 316.1551 JJT.U Ill 0* lctrl hoot.or IP P M.Ml .
CD. 00'. *"It 5.335.2074.:
m3I'ILIII. U. Ptiono 3707MP.SIARI luNtlAM Alpota, radio nooH $1995
with bar fully ooulotM POOL TAILS FOR IALI oro 5115001(5.' boo54IsoO, moaN
III.... ec .mil. lint Clint... Includoi, ro.WONDERFUL .1 "*, portable typewriterpl.HK SOON ills 510.. PS ....,. WINS 0)50Oil. A NEW CAR '
.. nsa, .1- 5.31101. 0323 .a5l5vll31 h., ,....,_. plintyit Phonp fR 25120.motor."moio"b"iltiio ..... I31i nuwnlty .534 Polloy. 59 Cadillac
LIT Phono M 2-1102 or 511 po'" I.,. An ,.u"olly lbs 11.1. ...... I.. .... in*, winter 4 eummer. ONLY
rjin nth T..._ .log 5y4 5IS. n,040y 50435.. Go-II""T. cot 20 III Id. r>hone 377131. __ '43 iuoar Iport CHIVY. oaceMeMcondllM Stxfaw.

c..l. "hail. ",1II.1ntchOO. MARY MOELLEI\ REALTOR I'" 0,1 lId Irlggs, 10 $2-anon Hack' Ihoo KATIt For Hit cheap. 0.oq.
: ... btNIs Pair" loy-t k PKVkp. Phono PR HWt pit.t SEE BARKLEY $1495
or or' lid N0040l Iii W. UnI,,. 2-os, 531 0.4470 Nov'S tlie ... M. ruarly NM a I PM,
.?.. for rent IUP Mr mo.mine G.lnoulII. II.. "'.. liopfiyl*37M3.I otto 4 378-2803_ :
51 I-**_ HOLIDAY 3315010 I I II-F-, SpeHo Cane 57 Cadillac

.1..1' _"y ... 2 531. ...,... 7 <<,.. ol ,laid OUIIMU will ..opoofftmlly..,..11.'... 40 CMihl Ik. II.PI drouodDollvwod IAUTIFUL, iln rod 0, Illk worn chlltoo 5000$. thorlformal Hall 5404. .Ip CftIIdII........ ,
50 01011$ Cii. 0.4$, od builnoM torvlco, ttotlon' $00.Cll. MO 3U47HO .. PR l.m. NOW :
=.. 15P.r.io "" pr. ,21. 1005 VINsoog. wim oonre.t
C ,, 20 ... ; tow $695
ins mm tor Ir.llor Tr.ln U c.rfc 4 onglnti 117. ",1"". laSs over It 052
0001. V.ry .ltO 11431100Ii .. OCCOMTldi. 43 X r UPRIGHT piano 0ul5.MIso'.colN.nt
415111 lvii.4lI court .11. All' lor .ulc saIl 4 lots Ol > 055011 eI I31.IS 00103155" 75S4I
NW $.CtliII.Mid, Cantor.Only a t:1Y. or Would ....'.., right kind ol Kvout. 1 .onginn nn ot one* o> tana wltll, lalrly kulli -food kt damp oipearancp 1117545 _It.. NI 01011 55. '64 Olds
Io ... Pn.no "* .71. _
r't; Jr WilkInt SOlON OC:1: : .3P.me. .= Idling MAKPCMAM'I' duo lo 'Illnou......ofownor. .. .PICI..L 1201.5. SilPols $7 SM0lundld 031.00,....'.'511.117""...CoslNl.. 5050 |\MI WOO ALFA now.' HIM ROMIO CIa..It...Cook. Moss Pt 63 Mercury I 'W* Sport K...\ tiiondltlerieel lp

001505,55711151o 'lo.ViRV. II 51 PSI' 45100. WoM THAN ORDINARY riCK-UP. > VANS .
P3105'S 113-2277.: I CIlO a' lor PI Kappo *1505.lOSS .
..IH Ours. NIW Polaroid' print 555.12 J-55 2-Oeor Hordtnp. Fully '
..... TIlirs. 20iunir. 0004. 5.0004,0.
"'" .. T. lUCCISSfUL SINCLAIRlotion 46301101.r ......10 115*. 5B. IM ond tool ) MorCTdot ..... tot IL Rood.ttor air ,
'10 oqul50ved. Factory $3995
..,. for IMM .... non- 577. Ironor. HI. ( printl.rMr new paint' old tlroo .... TROPICAL PONTIAC
......, ,,, 315.1.01 tor riot.IQOQYCI .'.1 ri, ...11.11I.. Coll PR, 4. IOY" 5.01. ...... I .-. boIls. Ills no*. 7,5102obilIr. taka or or molorcycit en ...., candiiionina '
20 ASSOC''TI'' tNC.III..I..TO" 1787 sop 550170 Moood _..r. 202 Call 7I-I2'/f. Phono 3711314.KARMANNGHIA: I 62 Olds'W
Sills for $705. Pboo.0 3721204abVS G.M.C. Truck Ctnttr 2895
17..1231 41 WontoJ I 'M.I TWO lION pll type MOCO "hootmi 1964AC Mdan, sir eondlkxxcJ .
,,. W. UnIv. S. ly 41.100 ITU. HI said or RtH. B.IH. rocllnlnp, ...*.
220 N.W 8th AY.,
ri'Ob.ji..blsI.oi Iuvlslid. PCI HOMILITI tow "1111 00 two for H7 SO. Phone W MlPURIIRID ond mikudb.t4 :
5.tJn10. .... ,... I7H7Of W"'NT TO buy .rson *31135' bOil.a' ,. bor, for "'" Will tike lioo or .11., M. ..I,. 63 Oldsmobile
....... .. tr_ Mr' Ci'. CPU 44M3II: MICIKINMOPI -=- $2295
..url... PM.VARM. .1. Pllo..5 4630"1.COINS .,. Duroc -.. I brood '88" 4.Do f Harrfrop. I II
WAN liD I Mwt wily one lllt.r each behind I' ukk .'..-.. 4 door korpIB Fully I pqulppod I IrcIudiniSirodOndllvlninO ; '62 Olds
IsiS Avtomotic I't' log slit .ite, N ibi .. vI
4' ...... All Ul. .... lorl.n lltvordollin inomi I g ISIs ont hot pvtrylnmi
proof Mto sod ml I '"K_''. bench,Monogpn in.coWnollOlM PnonoiniiM. ..... boorv W iht .*.... VII only 14''''' V ISIT THESE AUTHORIZED I **|)" hardtne todan.
QUIET' ROOM *, 05.044scdlil. mil dolior ell or part.IEIP $2795
areduotl W blo. .re m RIIIL STAMP k COIN IHOPg PUOOY. 1100. CR "IfO.IT" MILTON MOTORS i $2095

C.'PUIo ,...1..'..... Md "HP- C.II 374.5443. COO'S 5044 05. with Hue L...,.. RtnliKlrw '62 Olds
dIV. W .. MAIN IT. PI tNn Dealers
kl.CM. H.hoW GH4I '0404Pc "h."..., ... WcDwMlFurniture Warranty 63 ClSrysl-r
MO*! ** 14
P205W III AnS.CsII C... Otlnotvlllp Ihop.e "300" 4-Do, PloroRop ." ood n.
loaf' 371-13"CII'P0I.MoIO slodoniS, iii''y. ; rnm'Ii'i.r ;;: ..!!-.. c'or. S & G MILTON I
ebb cKalrt' SlIp covvt, I Now solo 4 ".''r 20." Platformnekort $1995
: eonvtnlwt, Una1* onddouble '.* _k.,.. | ontlaut wKlte dinl of III. UMd ,'.. ..leveeHO h.1 Oil Widi Value Rated MOTOR CO. INC. MOTORS 1.1.c$2895

aT.t rovini Ml SW for llth qasl It. to" .,..... Imitation 11", ,_ I 04 up. circulating., heeton Hiup 2001 NW 111 StttttH 701 N. Meln Stipe '60 Old
bloc 10.''''051043101. tablet, Fr.0 Delivery.1MCCULLOCH REASONABLE
end one mill, room for bortoblp dlitniatlwr, Gf automatIt WILLIAMS' SIOVICI INTI" FIREWOOD. Used Cora 2-1471 m 4-TS7I "W otdon SIP II3ndlo
).Srkliw ...... ACCMI to ....w.,. w._, PIMM '11 12_ ........:.. lid. )7)1137. PHONE FR 6-3781 61 Chr- 11 mall.

and ,.,rlgo.1... fR M'n trPR I LO. -drmor CHEsTS 00514.IN CHAIN, IAWI iwo, litre Ill Loadt wood-li .... ... BfrG MOTOR CO. CRANIDncelnMtrcury rOOLI-GABLI Bel Alf 4-D HIM._ .... Mvero Power Tooit $1395
? ITOOL, DESK youln MO, mod U. SAl CI.'N .
oiio .OOM 10 root with ....,.. WAHDROU IB. PAN IM Nl I4HI A... '1orI.. t.c.liwr Mill Ca4Ilaq OldMPtpll* I MOTORS Cyllndtr, 'uramatM trtm.miMian
,tOY 1101,1 -, loll 5.320,39. DINITTI SIT *. cliairo 9 P.. .... M,.,. for tettor TO.IOPhono Tel. PR 4-ton 2001 NW litk ... owtr itttrlrg, '59 Old
,:: 100111011. .... Vl 506 I. Unlvprtlt' At lit SI lot A.4.K .
di Irp leal. M: II Urd WOOD P00 *... 1..1 dMIaiJolrlOIsod. PIRIWOOD lor M* I radio lI. l<<.
hOnt PS 604077. I7WAIHIP.. 200.00 510(5. PINS'amount cut to erd.r. C.II 4)s.:1 -------= ,R 2-4251 2.4345HAWES.POwIRS SOS .......

:L,404 WARM. AND QUilT room "",,.'.,, portable 4IB. PR I-,,51. or .>->lli: Irko lumbtr 4 WoodPrOMnWt GAINESVILLEAUTO $1595
OlIN .....or. In NW nellon fo, Apt. mo. HMvor. Fn mot..Id ..,_.. U $1050 555015. 10abs. C.... $795
.V -
Conv. to UnIt 174QM i. o>tro roll .d..I. C.bln.1 ttyl. .. $1.00. 51315 .*n's0l0 oil. SALES '
> ..eeP! ..?._, "..DlSJ. *... Voi$. dli ..W.... A' 70 lMt .-101..'.. IP.UIP. I MOTOR COMPANY MOTOR COMPANY 64h i'I'I' '58 Olds

-aM"L' ITUOENTIlulrl im Place,_ _ 1007 N. Moln 30.Ph. .
... tlorne.clow TO"I "' : 204 N. M.ln Slrtt 1112 S. Main StttttIK I. Sabrt -Or'
tario room In "I. U'HOLITUII I A tt AMA I Ihit ChrlttmM pnenoy on on 5 WP'o1JTSpAID'MofW"WTjl ... fR 2-iIII
.. Unl". IncludM Iowa'V lounge, SOilS MM modern walnut 1appliance Ipend lor HIP. Wocner, HI Jill 50 load, lor 014111' 50030.. Northcdnrrol FkxkJol M 2.25(1 1-1411 W< and Moo cooked ",..11. will I China cabinet .I,., maple" bod.n DPI ...,... Ill DPI Drvor. Mllip H2-6510 tquippprf lixludinj: I''ii's
hold for no* 1" ."".". Con.clvo m SoIl pnllouti _....., I>..,. .,.11_. roptir. AIMANOYMAN ..orgtIt d '
"," to wm btudyino. S.. ?. btdrgam oult ontipuo chine ... IMOP '11 P-OM Musical MorckiRd'iPtUPKiaHT Indo lftdent Culor I THI GW USID CAR WARRANTY IS $ 57 Oldi
onlronce ..d both. C.II 37M'4 tot sum pratMd gl,>.. p ncncupt 71 tI$37 5 0 I
sod ..... brlc- brpc N...> -- HONORED STATIWIDI WHIRIVIR THI Stela", .1'111II4I1114.
e..It' sb. VIoIiA
,}0 Mobil H.mSIMODOL. I ly lOlll Nu Aol,..mllv'11 4JWI.lAfi ,. IMP. lot NW SINGERSLANTOMATIC IUUTlFUL with 3 No.05 mIld Onoslu. ....... FOR THE CORRECT I GW EMBLEM IS DISPLAYID AND INMOST $395 -

tor $015.. .... CIII PS ""20. 63 OldsmobiLe
0141.lIeu. .
plane very good 57 Olds
043 ",0. Iroludos' w. 1,1*. Now .......... 7 mo. .,t. don SnOop I13P 374-H33. _NATION. 81" I-Do I'4sodte .

_.or 114 Nt! 22rd 51, 377.447. ,,,, 170 eoC.II 1541. IKint with sot eiro. _MINIS kimdhen. kj*. S.. or 1918 NE 7th St. FR 2.1411 Power itptrlnfl, eutmnairanimlotlnn I Harrlrop MUM,
tBniwiot too. en bu rodie. htt'ir, I II
51 MiM.OR Rsstaio APPLIANCIJlonod .. .... Poy MI. tjiIWtone .. "SPINET ORGAN CourtttyOtUnl.onlry UNIVERSITY $150
.. ". SHAW t> KIltER :
H '
ond C11. ;.....,- up tf.Por RMMMtMd IPMOI 50500 2575
I KldLER 5PAC.i, 4 ..'_..... Irom SM II, Pwrt toll .rltt'. _Jimmy. '. Cra los.* __. polancoiORIOLIV Ckp.relHH.M4IRM. MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLIT CO. I '56 Oldsl4odlop
eI0. Dol.. .
lINT 05 frionq$35s0 loon A... -
:_ no .ym. .t llth -
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ut MONTH I, wool.,. 1,5,0 Si. OS MJIIC CO. 211 U.I. ISIS N. Main St.H .
........ry roller? For*. I Doom Horn HOI uo DUWLINQ I UPOIOC. billO Oaineivilio Ihoppmg ConttrVIUM FR 4-5171: f.7511 61 Comtttrantmltilnn '
...*..,... 1'1. ,_,_. .... Irom tr.Ol uo Cids. low to $1. lie 500.31.0 4.Dew 5........ SModord $150
0 "n'' ?ort from lOt uo 0000. ISo 50 IS 050 50005.
T. Rico I. T" ball 200 sOd UI 5,05 IltImalilo p0(5111 5004 DON'T BUY A BARKLEYMOTORS i '
I)I.A ,"1. JIM VOVllt APPLIAOCI' COlP livery sao'04oo. All wwII 504350lsd. TROPICALPONTIAC. ,-I? 59

00905 _4"" MW o.. AvoPn.CLIAN 31t 0301 pnono I7.m4.UIIO HAMMONDORGAN INC. vIIT.'Oum 995 I Harejtt* 54. .MdlllMtd.

W.NTED THAT CAN TO lIaNT II L A OCKIDPHOPIN void ,..,.....,...ll TorMM VACUUM CLIANIRIPor 220 NW. Ilk A... Wor,...py ,._ I
OlM ItOVOI. IrNIOTO w $895
.7..n. .'.. RIPAIR' WORK ON ALLMAKIt Klrkyo' It.._HIP. HoetrtluxWaitlngnouM "IN TNI AUTO GAMI- M 2-2511 Dl.I T....' 62 Ford
WANT to root ...tu. tor 30 to 1m. 01caltlO Coll PR MOM. sod ttoart FOR CHRISTMAS Chevrolet
10 10553575 h.1t .-Iy.. 10 WAIPIN 374-1101 AKKLIT'S$ THI NAMI". ..,.1011I "JOO"D I 51

"_,. 50 21003.Piirnlhld .DISCOUNTPRICES NOW YOU tan onlay sio4Iog hOAI BUY IT FOR A LIFETIME! HOI N. Moln If.tR V-l. Stvtdsrd irIinsrndS' ..''''It.

I U MuIO olINli' II. Pod Olid OAI HANOII UO.od II Model lo _.. Irom 1-4171 "an. 000001, h.Is'
p. C'au,. MuSt II M"'l Imtoilod. PR 11 011* wr IPOAi From MM H IK.OM.IOP.P.YI $125
quiet ll.lshb.rlwo, Wrllo Wd und.rwll gvdrybaoV.HENDRIX OH 00 ......... lOS down N. UMd Memmendb.Owr $1395
P..*. 401 I.. Burton Way Winter l.. month lor two monmtl.Priptno M good 0,045,501 CHRISTMAS SALE '61 Ford
"... 5.10W Juos '. ,.... Archpr ... PR o-Hll T.... ore trade Int.Wurlltrar -
0pl .34, 10. 0 FURNITURE CO. 1704. RIDGWAYRAMBLER II-- $4000, sIp ipjrxdlinxtt'.
511,31175 II* newl MVP 63 Chevy
NW mi .... ot 111II SINGER '.''Cwl. II year oldl' VI prkP, '
SI ........ Wonlpd1 REFRIGERATOROoed AIM I Lowry't I'.... 13.1. I Nnvo 4.Dnnr Strfon 6.CylI'v5.r. $1395
runnlnd 0504. Ut.ie AUTO ZIG ZAG TKomefc OuibfMMn Klmkall, '62 CHEVROLET 62 CHEVROLET Butomoll t14t"|.

ROOM AND 10..110Cl.Ilan. ?> NW 13" il.d. PR o-Tool 5llS.o55Mo e-. ImpaiP. VI m air Mn.. Novi 40) kordtop) Sully eouip. >. I million mit roft,. '62 Falcon
room" mold" 1O'co' 310075 ..... RIOROOMlrlpl.dr IsiS .'.. HP ittKlwento noM ERNIE TARTlER.I REP. felnotvillp'g L.odlntIAMILIR 0010.. 1'- ant 0004. .... 100 .500. I Ii ,..... "ltI
RIPOIIIIItB wim trod I lone Alan MU.IC Co., Inc.'iFICIAL 1795 Slit WOQO0
Perton toed I
*' ,, mirror loroo 10550, ..... *... DIALI $1395
231 SW 2nd P5100.CLeAN up PT,. ol M m* pr pay III .W $1995 I
mot.Irm. .
bookcoM pod. kmnprln* Jimmy C.. 0.10. P2.00 77445* $1195
.......,. h...... TV. moldMrvlee boO iprlnpi Wontlih POW SToen.174.DPI.Write.. 5.4. 1132S. -- ---- ,- i---
...... THIIII 100'IN 544 54,01.05 1155'
home _Int. m''ili III Mi McBonl.lt Puml.tur. 62 Tempest '
62 FALCON "Icon
PR 27701. IftOM.WATIP.. .10. .io1i00I 000411115 W I I N MAIN ST. 62 IUICKclol 61
'non O.lnoMlllo
C. InopplnfANTIQUI
0 dopO WM M. ..... OIl 371.11 4110 4,35 '. 4-Dwif S....... AutomalUtrantmlMior
....... tank pimett no* ( VO. cenvertlpip, tvlIp'' 1IIf 5150 ixon pnp pwn 54 Jlntlnn mann*.
m_ ty chtoo CIOMI, ..... .... Thmdmlcranwt.r 00. \ hoot
IIMI I. M P II' 372.8433 _',..0. sos simm. "1. ). radio
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00. AIM Inn ..
1.*N IP ,
51 Offict-Dnk SPOR OAt Mio .11 1 good condition.Ul CHRIITMAI' SAVINGS $1195 $995
P 11 54535.50P01311110
In r1. W. an all MorcKmHM -band $1695
NW M SI. I7HM1._ -
,. orllcoIPKO. Slogob' Prints.0m N.S07O000SOIasIE.CCS.SS.IIS.DEROA 1395 '
> HINT 40150. 61
Imporlol' outo- '
POW IALI WMrlpool .
04004 MUSIC CO.
rat NW IIh 50. Ciii 17. m.llc woMtor, '71. .. '''' cmdllwi z.. sod 5lsoloo.anlI. ;'61 MIRCURY .
toOl or 311 1504. bobbin, on, torw.rd sod No alt N. Main. 3114111ioss 62 DODGI ..* ..
AVAILASLlDownlmm. coniod Jock Mprfon Hio -.. ovw pmo ond -.... M 'Out IM. Isows ... up VI. Mdan oir tondltlopilrp ..... 20010. Vir .1555" .. 56 Oldsmobile,
I I"illllan't
OMICI IP AC I '"H or I7.TH4.
par ..... bal. 110 National' towingMKhM ISo ",11_ loran, $1195
-C. SI 1201511 1- IIOM.
Control hsoO i A PoIIIIC'" Whlrpool I poiiiovo C. Ill W. tidy A.o.Phono 015 C00. X Has" 4.0m iodart. row.tr .
...,.., RMityni3i' 50 MaI04aOp.
I* our mo. Coll I. $'.'."" top with four 370-tlU. I Mumi |terPIII $1595 $1095 UPPrlflf. tutnmotil '60 FordS$79T
]/ of tn-nt ...,_. CLOU CoIl 1001351 51TAliIl4U i. PlOW tlrootITUOIO
TOWEl .170410 ".at. ,
MIIHIV niMcorotM ..,lco ..... 372.6033.PIPNIGIOLYOS I70.MI3.CLOSIO fr$50il31lSfl5
Ill f WOT. ... 55w
,., port Uwt.lrt' oliN 2 10410W57'I AH fI.tv_ 4 Mulp- UM uprunt PH" PONTIACC.tlVaOLIT 5'. V.,
..... : 61
ant OM .,.._. heellAt It 5. 55.0 moot w Ik. ko ...*". diihM, I := Ooo .001115 or": : MILLER. !Vi
eoiKHioiiin I,,,,,. W blow IS ", _,bIt 5.01101. I., 5100. P5 5 IllS, IpMMMIIIP OOnMHIpIp, Ptod ,,'" i'asSo.sd 005 -. $395
ant tir bittnon oqulpmanl rolrlgorotlon
I .
Srn be ." 37)3.53 or BROWNtJI Mil. $110114 505
... Olio' 000llIMs : $: fttM IP '
Ito oorm i or 5t570 "III soon Os? Si's.IIIIOYTOINS .. .. _. .- 60 Mmiiry4t
,,_ ..- 51.10. PSSCUSITV "5311. MUST 401 4122 ti"NW ;,: $895 -'
Automotive $1495 i 56PonfiocIrejntmlnliMi 4t' .Iddwt Ill tondl.nod. '.
$ .UII DINCI tt M''". 'or Salt O'L' s0's blots'. not $TU5 5170bobnron Ilik St. ..
11_ W. U.,....,""a"t."pifti.COM.... HI....... 553. n .-4J52 iI. 2.D/'IM SaiMn *stn0500lO. .,. .
Cubs S..... "Ir ""*. "SXLET'dQ. GE porlbl. i. .. ODGi'jiuMi
.... oNttroet ...,,,.... .JJ'22 P11lI 31.1311. II Mootrcyowl. o <" 61 I pnwtr |0t.r.IIMJ .. $995

oprvlcp ".'10".. COIl P Sit Cull FR 2.00021 TP.IUMPM .r ink. .--cc.: '"tII \/ osmm I PMwspI 511 Pffwken w ton. pant tliwoer I rtd'O. Koflier, v...
|| TH ri'54.so.
_orPt$24'P. PULLMAN 00 boyi ii" btto.It lOt 20 ..4 tondlllM.. Mull toll. C OH .... 00' aaol's0. np.'y '
p Imperial
M II llpwoom, 050.. aid *," AI..I..... ..,.. Csoooo.. .,..n4J. _ _ COW Ft IT I ..' $495 ; $395 I II
J4 ItlilMII ..,l.'. (.wtw aoooNPSolbNba. I I AUTOWObllfIFAlPI .. c-", III 5un0n0411i411044.
Co nn Hi ION Dr. PR -*M'._ Cso.plsbs $5031.50 ALlltAti Motor rootor.ltefctill I $1495 -- -- -
Fnon. 55 41041 B w.n 4r45P' I ,
.uHou,1 OCALA AWNINGCO. I ooMy Hod (Oft I II
rD21'172I1" p _,II ...1.... POR IALI I tato boot SIllS P/omol only, o.. lor 555.70UIOSACSIPICIIMMIDIAIILY i I HIT POKII 54 Ford $2695
10005. CIII Jt trI ....
.. 1017" J wIllOll I OlTWMItiSOUTMIIN .tOOl. V-8 i'o"H !
.I. Fit 1.1014 I ) '
., Call loll N. Mososolls 59 Chryil.r
or lt.ro HI I sod Irontmlwion, ,
MAN MM ... .....
pHMy ol M*** let "*.JI COMPTONS a n C y cl! *ldlG, 421.2404 Mo-HM...UNDAFF.. >icp| tend.315 oltor I AUTO POOLE-GADLE USED CARS I HtttIIl\f) (1050, III> .1IrfdI.

A.. |1U tor IT* PP.100 1954 .rtil' ft. Fit -600i.. 54003 10.502. I teloe t torytep I t_4.
5300. Oil PJ Mow H.wmn .


SERVICESHome ',. too ... i/iobn. 56 Pontlof '58 D.soroV

sonOl or..... 020220.5555140"""OOIOSIIISI4I 50.4 0001. S5.,_ __ _-J. I 4.D/'IM h4i.dou'. Au'.mel. .fa*.

I 1 531100 PS -. U Irt..imibbiw*, 5 $ If

LIKE NtW HONDA r glppilM. ,...... rtt.,,'. $395
Two up peymaMo W pt mm *.$ V.I. '5$ Plymouth
And 'low ..... $395
---- SMIMM
05. 0004 MO 'D -11I ",./ 50.000 Mob. vtonM.
rMo0. PrOw .'... SIs 11so ._ --
I NIloin I' w......, SAVE UP TO $400 56 Pontiac $395

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SCOUT L 34AR1E BOYS" '04 PONTIAC 4 '." .S.rchll'. toS'5lNiiI0'. .. wttlpprind 1'011".. 040300. .Ir i'st'
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P10. 116-1115 : ; M.. Pt POOLIGABLIMOTORS 4 *.., M...i".ro SIIas. ', 1395.
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f.1JJ,1ttIJ ,

I : $ Men's Shop-
street Floor

fi a d eW;
t THIS YEAR 2,93 \.4. TIES

.S 0 REG. 1.50-3.50

I II I WALLETS 2.98 b SALE 1.00 & 1.59



RECULARLY 20010.00

SALE 1.00 & 2.00

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p, pli4 n.

From a child's world of wonder 1i 1.98 2.93 s
I i .
d ; WALLETS 1,99-5.00 :(OR A FRENCH



look' coordinated fashionsfor WALLETS, I
bed end bath w
Children's beloved storybook characters come to R MEN'S LONG SLEEVED, FAMOUS MAKE
life, on an irresistible ensemble of colorfully print* ',t, GLASSES, CASES,
ed sheets,cases,blankets,bedspreads,towels and x.r SPORT SHIRTS
matching bath rugs.This sweeping harmony of CLUTCH BAGS
',Pattern and color Is the exciting Fieldcrest'one 1.98 TO 5.00wallets (YOU'LL KNOW TH:: FAMOUS LABELS ON SIGHT. WE'VE EVEN IN-
look'theme for bedroom and bath.Printed Dura 595 CLUDED THE FAMOUS BRAND OF SPORTS WEAR EXCLUSIVELY YOURSAT
cole sheets, 3.99; pillow cases 99'0.Printed -
blankets.4.99.Printed fringed bedspreads:twin Street Floor
17.99, REG. 5.00-5.95
Printed bath towel, 1.99,hand towel, 1 1.29;wash
cloth,59(.Matching oblong bath rug,6.99.pX SALE 3.59, 3/10.00



Home Furnishings

ORIG. 4.25-12.00

SALE 3.59 & 4.99


=a Front OPEN 9 UNTIL 9
250 w 4 'TI L CHRISTMAS EVE (Dec. 24))

Oriental glace skimmer, tlosticl
................. 4.00

1 Men's Shop.str.et Floor

R F Scolloped ,,
Lott,T.001dr w
flit-fat Maawl.to*In Click,
Iron w Dart OU.MI. .*.
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MOT Iwp.rbC.N.k.,%

s 6 Mea..t.T..MInwn
w ,
Oriental Glace boot with tlastlc el..k M
back S. ,-,'j" ; M-6- /ij L,. $ Dick 01/r.
7-7"t, XL 9-9 Vi. In gold r
.. .... ".00 S a?

r r4h gl
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"MUK.LUKS" !..*. C...,....
bit' torn .yth.oii.4;. .. S. M. L,
C""., wht. turq., pink. tk 400

Hosiery ShopSI".t Floor 1


1i A knCal sQ /
1 + BOYS', 8-20,

I'' ta t\\ All ZIP-OUT Weather

COATS ;. HIMIVEany style

REG. 12.99

2.50 Gfka SALE 10.99 P.-

We Admit SIZES 14-20
REG. 1499 t.

We Have / SALE 12." 'i MASSAGIC

"JR." & "PREP" ,,Iff TMI .-sate Ar. /J __ .
HER 1 ,I. sscsa ... 7' e-: 4hZS

PANTIES! PAJAMASr Deep-down, bunt-in comfort is tie firm

+ foun tion. A wide variety of lively style
Any Style I She Wants. MIDDY OR COAT STYLES Jets
you express in the
CENTER, PETTI LEGS yourself, way you
ALL BY SIZES 4 to 7 395 REG. 3.00-3.50 w like best. Make your choice, today.

: Lingerie Shop2nd SALE 2.592.99Boys' 19.99 to 23.95
2nd Floor 'Ioe,
.Shop-111"1 Men's Shoe Shop--1,11-

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