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 18, 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 )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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"A little Joy at Bethlehem..
But not even a card from DeGaulIel! If it's not Gromyko It's Guevara.


Plans OK'dGainesville's Pitts Guilty May ,Die

future road development plans de- ,
signed to provide larger streets at a smaller cost were
approved Thursday night by the City Plan Board.
The vote was near unanimous, with only Dr. Allen De- Tells Own
laney who was absent during the voting, failing to approve Story
the plan.
The board, which previously I

13 ElderlyDie had roaster studied plan the approved outline of it with the Prior to \erdiclBy

little comment.
;. Basically, the plan calls for BILL: DICER ,., L'jo.dI.9r. '\
t a long-range designation of local -, e.4 San Staff Writer p
Six Missing streetarirt three categories tt liS An sll white, all I
-major highways, thoroughfares Jury deliberated briefly
FOUNTAINTOWN. Ind. (AP) and conductors or feeder day, then delivered a
streets-all tied In with the of guilty for 23 year
Fire took a heavy toll of life
early today as it roared througha city's proposed loop parking r, ftl Randolph Pitts Jr
two-story nursing home in tell plan. The Jury found Pus
small town.Thirteen It establishes additional set of the Sept. I ripe of
back requirements on each of 1 ..wst year old white girl.
elderly Inmates were the streets, thus "warning" w ommendation of mercy
known dead and st least six merchants and residents frontIng returned, so the death
were missing on them of the city's future tense Is mandatory. I

Two attendants and IS patients plans. Pltu, a Gainesville N
escaped into near.zero The warning I Is where the stood mutely with his
temperature at the McGraw savings come In. If construction + neys Gene Whitworth
Nursing Home, 60-year-old Is kept the required distance Canto is the verdict was
converted wooden residence from the designated In the silence that f el I I
with a concrete block addition. streets, right of way purchase pt''a Pitts touched his left
will be less expensive when tattooed
brushing over a
The cause of the fire was not the time arrives for development to "Born to Lose"
known immediately. of wider streets and more
Nurse's aide Myrtle Donahue, parking.The State Ally. Ted
er said Pitta Is the
taken with 13: patients to Major larger street set back convicted here this
Hospital In nearby Shelbyville, will affect only future construc- to IOn face the death
refused treatment for smoke tion, but presumably the build Here Comes Santa! .Circuit Court Judge J.
inhalation until she had told ings over the proposed new kips deferred sentencing

nurses which were diabetics or limit must eventually be removed A crowd estimated at well ever a thousand Jammed the parking lot of the Galnmvllle allowed defense counsel l
needed special treatment. by city purchase. Shopping Center Thursday fur a word with Santa Clans (lower right) Old to file a motion for.
"None of them wanted to "This could be a very expensive Santa arrived with candy, favors and an attentive ear for the small fry who ,aba; trial.

come out," laid Paul Whltting"It Curtis warned proposition fellow board Clayton their orders for Christmas morning. (Sun Photo by Tommy fowls" ) The final day of the
volunteer fireman.
ton, a
cold. members "I think this is different day trial was
.was, Just said elderly woman enough to require I recommendation Pitt's testimony In his -
He one
Code Is Scheduled half Whllworth said he
of from Housing
escaped from a front door in policy
clothes walked the city commission." defendant on the stand
her night
cause "I thought'" his s
srotmd through the building a back door.and reentered Firemen -- Board Other chairman planners Arnold agreed.Butt For Final Action on Saturday should be told"
Pitts '
found her in the kitchen. (See ROAD .1 Page 1) ..
arrest, questioning and
She Dr.was Lucian among the Mate survivors., Shelby J Gainesville's proposed boos- Monday night, the cemmiMlm Commissioner James Richardson : ; quent escape from the C

County coroner said 11 bodies WHERETO Ing code long In the frying apparently was ready for a decision. has been Its strongest sup jail. 2)I
had been recovered from the pen, but never on the fire But Commissioner By porter. Commissioners Alas had He telling "
ruins and one man died en routeto will be placed squarely on the no W nI\ was absent! and the Sutherland and Ed furling Is a a
a hospital after be was found FIND IT coals during a special city commission deciding vote was postponed until also have favored it Wlan has crime, adding he didn't 2)M
lying unconscious inside the l meeting Saturday Dec %I. However U.. code yet to reveal 1 his position, while: the! meaning of the w<<
front door. Comics . 16Clsssified morning at t am. did pass ill first reading by a McKinney Is expected to carry eous. He denied tolling
of the . 17-21 At that hour, commissioners 3-1 he wanted to kill
The coroner said five early vole, with Mayor Jfoward M negative vott to the flnlsll
dead all women, were found In Entertainment 10 Intend to take final action McKinney la opposition. line. he denied raping or In .n
Obitueries . 2 that das been harming the victim.
die concrete block addition w a plan The meeting carried ever Into Commissioners aim have severs
Opinion Feje 4 he table for almost Pitts, during direct \ "
Others died la their beds.Uttle on ( s year ;?jesday night, when com.mJJllllonorr toning matters arid library, .
was left of the structurebut Sports . 14, 15 Changes In the code and decided to move the traffic safety" and public worksdepartment tion/ by (he defense,
the walls A Christmas Women's . 9 commissioners'! minds hare code's final test I" to Saturday programs en lilt him lated to that Gainesville officers from !
(!See FIRE ra Fate !) delayed previous action The outcome of he final tot- agenda.
do where be bad '"

prthendrd after his /
-- "
told him they might
to visit l s police officer
I I Who Pulled a Fast One! reportedly had killed (

five pt iseewn. The te {
4 1YI Mae
sere later! were called/ .
A1U.vtA1') Demo parted s Republican presidential did not add the Goldwabr let. i h Y stand by Stale. Ally, Ted
crate Co*. Carl E. Sanders' candidate Sen. Barry Cold- teeing to the etching but saw it can and both denied
Christmas cards were turning water, last November en the plate before he mailed K. charge.
into collector's items today as Sanders displayed a mixture "I dldnl know vial to do During milt .
investigators tried to solve the ef amusement sod Irritation about K. se I didn't do any- Duncan Puts was liked .
mystery of the aam "Cold- when be discovered what had whig." said the rtudMit whose bad been convicted ef I
water fat tiny letters on the .happened an aide said some 1s ks Melbourne, FIs. crimes ta Alachua County
cards. But the governor emphasized Lunar Dodd bead of the nit. t nil Court At (hat point
The goTcnor was miffed the the additional lettering was so versity's art department, deserted to tbjtrted and moved
student who created tile etching small ft did sot change me Intent WUBamf as an .... mistrial in ground that
ef the Georgia governor's of me card one bet "It stilt standing boner student "I mention ef the previous o
mansion was puzzled and there says Merry Christmas from tto would like to clear' lIP this my. es was prejudicial./ The
was talk of dbdpUnary settee if Sanders family to fcea tary, and 11 is a mystery" saidDodl tits; and motion were ..
a culprit could be four friends,"be pointed out ed by Judge Adklns.
necoIdwatn" was disco. The etching was drawn by Ken Re added IlIaC >If faith Us During Wednesday's "
end Thursday Metal among Williams a graduate art sta-, beta tinges er If dw scatter the judge M denied I
tree branches M me boot ef an lint at the Inhrmity ef Georgia bmfns a fwsuw ef tstegrtty. 't1"A, this for s directed wrd
estimated D.m cards mai>dby who was recommended by there was a pos ibILty the ui.versiry'i Enlarged section of Cfcrktmas card sfcowlag/ G.U* acquittal submitted by !
PC staunch Democrat whose the Muvcrstry to do the )lit.1I'II1wq **Tpl+nry ceenmiuea water' same (in sypreslamaU. center) above roof has who contended the state's 4t I
state far be first! time asp.A said flatly that he (See CARD .. .Page t) ef gabk., (Sen ram M Figs t 4t

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:PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Johnson Turns -:In The Weather Roundup 9bituatie

funoral rrangtmanti, iti ,
For tun' "
woos 40' tAO PieS.DAVID.

Lights on TonightBy Capitol I' David M. Taylor TAYLOR, 28, of su t

'I NW 16th Ave., died Thursdayafter

MARTHA COLE The greeting Inside says. ZONESA a two month illnessHe

WASHINGTON (AP) A "With our warm wishes for a Much coldor, with frwn tonight bad lived In. Gainesville

presidential flip of a switch will Joyous Christmas and Lownt M to H Mottly cloudy and was a salesman
a happy through Kturdiy _.._. light rolnthli five years,
set 5,000 red and white lights new year." The greeting card: ollvnom ond oorly. tonight, Hightit for Beech Nut Foods Dlvison\ :

shining on the national Christmas -will go to officials both here and< a lolndiy_ TU"'I...H mucll t* 44.II coidun .od .r.... He was a native of Gallons I
tree this evening. abroad. .'lIy cI..I.... i.... tIgh. .bul :30. '
Sign .tvlll. 1ft Nart"'ly winds Pa.
The President and Mrs. John- Members of the White House to N mlM M hour.
Surviving are his widow, Patricia .
son plan to attend the programat staff received Thursday night C Turning colder with l

the tree at 6:40: p.m. EST on larger water-color painting low tonight in 30s. High Saturday Knight Taylor: I me t

the park area behind the White from which the etching was In upper 40s and low daughter, Lisa; two sons, Scott

louse U .erounds. made.. 50s. Considerable cloudiness, and Todd, all of Gainesville m.
The tree is the center of the gradually clearing late tonight mother, Mrs John A. Taylor
Inside their
gifts was a scroll
'Pageant of Peace," which Includes saying that "one of our happIest Northerly winds 12 to 20 Unlontown, Ohio; his father Da-

50 white spruces reproaentlng family times was the planting miles an hour. viII A. Taylor, Canton, Ohio ;

each state, six reindeer of two oaks. At this season 0 Turning' coldtr with low tonight .."'\, QII' one sister, Sally Taylor Canton .,
from the National Zoo creche ranging from about 30 Mir ma ototaUna
a \ of
brothers, John Canton
9 when friends and families occupy to mlddlo. 40i Now Smyrna an*. GAINESVILLE WEATHER two '
with life-size figures and a pit High Stturmy mar M. Conildoriblinoon Leonard of Houston, Tex
our thoughts we hope wIth .. ,. readingsfor and \
for yule-log burning.The io din A tow ,Itwruro isis sf0' Municipal Airport
this water color-your thoughtsmay and oarty tonight. Northorly winds 24 hours to 8 ant tidaylIghOOat3P.m.L0Wtat: MINNIE JORDAN
72-foot national tree H to :II mllM an hour. ,
from the Adirondack! turn to the passage from IPO Comldaribla' cloudlmt } ;
James Russell Lowell, 'Ear through Siturday. Colder with low tOo Trace.TIMFIRATUF.II Mrs. Minnie Jordan, 83, ci
Mountains of New York state nloht uopn. 401 and low Mi and ti gh 1 a.m. Rainfall
to ancient adda 101 ,, SIH IH'MjKktonvlllt died Thursday at the
year friendships ktsrdy prur Ond low 00 WInd Alachua
and Is decorated with 200 gold .......,. .. 'rocl"
.1. rrttrurly I' 00 10 mlln cisc Low
balls. ring as to an oak. OIl Sos,. nNn to ..11IAll. Gainesville Nursing Home ,

I I Almost 2,000 members of the H I Pair md mild mn tr,.,. .... 60 31 .21 She was a native of Tennesseeand
The executive mansion already ,00n .nd 5niqht. Low toolght I In as,. > Orliwil '* 31 .10 'I
shines with the decora-White House staff and Executive loturdiy tartly cloudy and not uiataa Button 5 J aI .01 a resident of this county for
warm High In uppor n. Voriaoia New York f 31 .0.1
Ions of Christmas, and the Office Building filled the winds a tt II mllM an nour, bK.nIng WnnlngtonCtilcxx.. n as 30 years. She was a member ol
main floor of the White House north tt mrtnrat by loturdiyntornoon. 17' I Methodist Church of Alach9. .
Johnsons have bad two holiday K..... City 1D > I the
receptions and plan three more Thursday night for the traditional J Fair and mild through l.turdiy tv.r 174 II .
for the start The John Law tonight M to It High liturdiy F,. worm
party t
before leave to Mla a
they spend mar M. Varlibio winds I taII Iw AngtIH She Is survived by one nephew
I Christmas at their Texas ranch., sons received them In the Blue mOn. HI hour, bocomlno rnoitlyrwrthirly >ttlt u I' Charlie Council of Hlckman ;'
Room for about half hour. on Saturday. ,
\Lfr Their official greetings also an ALMANAC
K Partly cloudy and mild throughliturdiy
are beginning to go out In the I Just before the President Law 71. High ... Vtrlimomottly ........ todty .. .... ... t 33 >.mtunrlia .. TeM
ant winds S to IS mllM in tomOrrOw ........ 7:20: am
mall. The greeting cards !bear a lights the national tree, a hour, booming northont II ta M rtillnn Moonrlia today ...... ... LOt: r,"". Z. it(. GEIGER
black and white etching of the' congressional tree will be light ( hour. Full Moon might .. G M1An ;
AP Wlraphol", ta tilt Sun,1 coDAs KIY TIDIIliturdayHIgh tcilpM af Its Moon bagl >1ft. CHIEFLAND Z. M. Geiger -
White House, with the two oaks ed on the Capitol grounds by; tonIOll' at .. ....540p.m.

Joins planted by the Johnsons this I'Sen. Carl Hayden, D-Arlz, president ,. Low at >,M it am II17 and a m r:and 41 gm I:41m ThII from total.....phaos" .of, tilt...." 01 ',01.un'lI 49, died in a Miami hospital illness. r\,

Family year' In the foreground. pro tempore of the Senate. Sunday-High a, I:N am and 1:21: ,....' ... ........ ,. Itot '01.. Wednesday after a long ;
.. ,
.... .... ins at 5Iid p.m.urnsng
p Law tt I:41 a and I:M p.m. and tht tcllpM A native of Alabama, he lived t

Steven Barkanyl, 13, was re-united with his moth.er More About most of his life In Levy County

Thursday a Victoria, B. C. hospital where she : 1 Five DayForecast before moving to West Palm

Is recovering from an operation. Steven was sep. _"L __ He wasa
Florida temperatures will aver comer in me norm 1111" Beach eight years ago.
arated from his family in 1956 when hit parents and age around degrees below normal central parts and possibly cooler member ol the Methodist

two other children fled Hungary he had been in PittsFrom at the extreme north, 3 degrees around extreme south by Sun Church.

Budapest with grandparents, unable to leave. CanadIan 1 below In the central and day. Slow warming trend there- Surviving are his father, M

Immigration officials said the boy is the first Page : near normal at extreme south after. Around one half Inch rain Z. Geiger, Jacksonville; two

child allowed to leave an Iron Curtain country to dence failed to prove "assault' rooms. I portions. Normal highs upper Otis in the central parts Saturday; sisters, Mrs. J. B. Fuquay. Old

eJqJn escaped parents. without consent"Thursday' ."It all goes to the question I extreme north, near 70 central and showers in extreme south Town, and Mrs Daphine Bourgeois

RECALLS Sun reported the of consent. I'd rather call it and upper 70s extreme south throughout the! period Gainesville; one brother.H. .

judge had ruled the evidence a lack of resistance," Whit.worth I A. Geiger, Ocala.CHIISIIOLOUOH. .

.-John A. O'Connell of Kansas showed resistance by the vie- added. I

City recalls Thursday how he lion Actually, Judge Ad i Ins He also contended the girl 22 to Receive

I: "' survived a ma- merely ruled the evidence appeared -had Identified Pitts In the poI I

'chine gun at sufficient to be presented -lice lineup only a short time I
) I B'
i" ''' stack by Cer.y for the jury's deliberation. after seeing him on the street ; Nursing Degrees.

r' t mans, Dec. IT, Duncan also questioned Pitts He questioned whether she identified

id ?t Mi 1944. He was concerning evidence unveiled Pitts !because she thought I

I. *" '"2 one of ISO for the first time Thursday him to be the rapist, or be- i The University of Florida College June Remillet, assistant professor .

.,' American prlsi i the possibility that he was af. cause he was the only new i of Nursing recognizes 22 of nursing, delivers the wrvltM for, MN Mr LIROV Ltroy Clwtutoiougn Fntnt

.':- onersthsGer.mans licted with a veneral diseaseat face in a police lineup she had I candidates for degrees at a Con- convocation address, and College win, M .IHU rt. I:oo r l Mtmurdiy Ito on "
DKtmbw I* I'M >
fired on the time of the alleged as- seen a few hours earlier vocation Saturday In the Medical of Nursing Dean DorothyM. Roy.1 Tahnnacla Baptlil Church kJackumlllt ,

i during a Battle sault. "Evidence' here In court I Sciences Building Auditorium Smith will present the new family plot I In lurlil O 'lnawllla will be undrr In IN Sn i '

I oftheBulgetn.client. Pitts told him he had the has shown three and possiblyfour of the J Hlllis Miller Health nurses with carnation corsages. direction of Duncan IndOors FumriHomi it 'I
Frltfldt will ba racilvtd
The bodies of 86 un. disease In the past and bad of the five men In the line Center. A special award goes to the Dunces tnt. Fwwal. Homo al 530 ,
armed U.S. soldiers were found up were in a lineup seen b) r>,MOAVII.
been taking medication for Its The mid year graduating outstanding senior student.
riddled with bullets at the scene the victim earlier In the day. MR PIRNANDO FuiwalMrvlCM
I treatment. Whitworth and CaRl senior convocation which beginsat I Among the candidates for degrees Mr Mr Oivla will bo had al1M
a )noRth later. O'Connell was to had recalled Gainesville Randolph Pitts was the only 10:30: a.m. honors students in the College of Nursingare ,,m. an Sunday Dtombtr 10. I'
head and l different Whitworth stated Sorth.'I mod .t Frwum Mothodlit Church InFratdom
abet In the shoulder, one
physician Dr. Carl Herbert, who have completed work for Miss Kathleen! M Campbell, with Rnv W. M. FtrouKJconductlni .
hajid the smhiC '. Burial will'I MuMar
CAP .Wlrtahott" t* the km who said tests performed after Mack Futch, assistant state their college degrees at the end daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur tM attraction of Ouncon Bromft \
the attack showed the or ape of the fall trimester. Mortlclm.' Mamm, will mmt wIK : "
SURGERY Del abovea attorney presented the state', Lee horn of Mi diujM.r MM. Adda:
Joseph Signore, victim had not contracted soy Students receiving the high Campbell, 302 NW 32nd Bracklngton* 11 It NW 4th PlEa I tt 1:15:;
blind deaf mute, spent closing arguments. This Is <8 '
-Laece Revenu>w, son !ofWSoIworth veneral disease. est academic averages will be St. and Miss Jeroldean Blackman am.IIBIRr
serious for ill concerned
his first Thursday ease .
heir Barbara Hutton, day en a job He said a reasonable high iiII- ; : cited at the convocation. Mrs. 1102 NW 5th Ave. ,. MR k II!. Funaral MfV
for the defendant ,
at Cambridge, Mais., Industries serious tern tor Mr 00I aga It will M
ws reported In satisfactory probability existed for the the girl and the ', Said .t 1 p.m. on laturdiv, 0.._
for the Blind. Neglected community, bar It fled, It CNttlond Flrlt Air*
condition after undergoing eurO passing of the disease from More
About About
30 years la mental institutions one he said. More al, Church. Burial will ba In MardwComitorv

gefy on his left leg, broken ins because no one person to another during sexual Futch concentrated on vatbus Kiuuit Fi/ntral yndor..:of, direction WllllitonNUNTIR of

skiing accident. Mammoth could communicate with him, Intercourse.In points brought out In tea, FireFrom ColdFrom MR ARTHUR M. FumrllwrvlcM
Eevcntlow 28 fell on rebutting the defense's
be was finally helped to finda I tlmony to press his final plea for Mr tO ". too M whO
Mountain in the Sierras. witnesses specifically, the bo htid at J 00 TM., on Friday, Ce
useful place In society First, he contended the as combo II. ,.... or th* Chapol of

The Thursday.operation was performed through the dedicated efforts testimony several of Pitts officers, Duncan whose recalled -sault victim did resist her attacker .. Page 1 Page 1 Donold BrannoA' Coon Funorol e..duIN. Homo with oorvlcolBurlol CIO.

will' b* M Blwy Clupol ctirwtor
of a nurse, Mrs. Rachel Sag-
wreath still the front Montana officials said ...,
statements conflicted with hung on 250000 u. lOW dlrootlon of IramotlFunoril
annoy, below. See story on "The law doesn't require resistance calves and Homo of "LaS. Bullar.
CUTS those door. 320000 suffered
TWO given by Pltti. sheep -
the of
to point un ,
_. Page: t ___ John Tlleston, Alachua County .. through the snow and coldIn JORDAN MilL MINNII (C. C,lntrol l-'u
--- If ,
consciousness. she cooperat One survivor was taken Into a Mrvlcto for Mrt Jordan WM
sheriffs investigator, Identified eight disaster-area counties. will balwdatldtfFM. 00 !aI.
ed the utmost because ol
to private home and another to December cold iirda* Dtcomter. I*. If M .! tho F rilMolhodlil
pictures taken of a long fear, then forceable rape occurred '. Greenfield bid. The latter was records toppled church I In Alachua with Pro
Thursday with Robort A. Iholloy Ctl.duell.III M"lc
haired Pitts shortly after his 38-beIow
he indicated. ... .
reported In critical condition. Burial will bo M Ntwnnnivl'
arrest. Pitts, whose hair was "''If she was In sufficient fear zero marks In Butte and Helcm C.....,.., undor ftiv direction of Wli-
Sheriff Edghlll Moore set _.. .
up It was 51 below In West Homo T Funaral Mom sun
cropped close Thursday, had of what might have happened I command headquarters In the Yellow ylvlno mom..... of ttia fimlly S rChorllo t
stone, Mont.Temperatures. Hick
testified he received no hair Council o mptun of
to her If she resisted a ad I home of William McGraw, owner mon Torn. Tht body will' lit M tti"
cut while In jail awaiting trial. she consented then forceabli I In mo church from 114 F M. *n iiHrvlco '
of the home and whose son, began a slow tlmo,
Deputy Win Phillips stated rape occurred," Futch contln William, operated It. rise in Washington State, which _
Pitts had told him a storyof JONIJ MR DAVIO Fun.nl wnIcoo
ued.Futch has experienced one of its worst tor M,. David loomS. will bo hud'
watching a Negro man Insisted the police lineup The sheriff and operators prewinter cold spells In history. It I 09 F M. on Itirw.v. Daoml
50. IH4 M It Fotor Boptlit ChurchIn
snatch a woman's purse on the In which Pitta was Identl trIed to compile a death list The restaurant atop the (00- Arch. with Pa.. law ThomwiWMucllna

.ritchetl HilprlaJudl morning of the alleged assault fled was "valid and honest'He from their memories. The foot Space Needle used during St Folor) tho Camatary-' ... and lurltl,, *will>. di'MIn

dis- and fearing he would be also argued that the vie ome's records burned. the World's Fair In 1962 was nction. of ....,. Irw. FiiniriHomo. r
Halprln was
suspected, had fled down an Urn's identification of Pit I t I: A stairway fell shortly after closed because fire
mltied I as editor of Chi beside the fire escapes PiSOAeVlS Mil. AIICNI' IIONOrovnldo
University alley the Arlington Hotel was positive because, in hot erupted trapping all were covered with Ice after Mrvlcn tar Mr. FtmMrvn
Roosevelt -
cago's bumped into "the I lady," own testimony, it was "a face patients on the second floor. water pipes burst from the cold. will bo hold it t om. M sunday .
student on December .
DiKlmbor M lnr.ilFolnt
newspaper then continued 1M4. at Itw
S when The Torch reported running. she would never forget. A staff of two nurses and the The Weather Bureau predict: Comttwy tot Levy County FtofMi ,
Pitts had testified his flightdidn't ed a 4-inch wm Rov Aibwt ON..I' sftilf'lg.
that university president operator of the home escaped. snowfall for the, Portor Fun rl Stoat of lnvrnnt
carry him near the western part of the state and Florida. to M ....'1. of wnnamonti .
Robert J. Pitchell hid been fir- More About A nurse's lid, Fanny Wicker, ,
Mr I llMd
CAP WI,.,.,." to tnt Sun.1 scene of the crime. severe freezing rain :
In her Otto, said In other Cult Htmmock wh.ro h* dlod I on *
ed. However Wednesday night
Tlleston also denied Pit i t ,' sections nndiy, Docombor 14 hOt Th* fw>"y.
the chairman of the university'sboard "The fire broke out apparently wilt rocolvo frlondf it th. Portor Pd'osras
INIIEIUTS claim that the door of the Jail CardFrom _. In ....._ Iran, 5 .....
In linen closet
a In
of trustees said that lineup room was open before a first- More than 200 sheep pcrkhed ..,11 It ,.". an nunnda", D.cwnha'. Ii
Genevieve Arnault, widow of floor hall We weren't able to In
Pitchell has resigned. the victim Identified him as a blizzard In North Dakota
King Falsel II of Iraq will gel. reach anyone upstairs because '
1 Thursday when
her attacker. Pitts stated he Page they Jammed up
two-thirds of the more than names Immediately blocked the
heard a man's voice through against a fence In 30-below tern- GoinesvilltSunPubMshtdl
111.000 he left In the United ( stairway."We .
a crack in the door laying, might look Into the situation lerarure and a driving wInd.I
States. I smelled smoke, then .. pt
tvtmlngi c
"Take a good look at No. J." In any case, the governor'sChristmas Some sheep were buried alive. .
The blonde Miss Arnault last Frances (the second nurse) saw Neighbors Saturday, and Sunday mom.Inai
No. 3 In the lineup was Pitts. cards are much in and volunteer lire \ by th. Galnnvilld "Pub'lljriing
be declaredthe
suit to \
year won a It and screamed, 'Oh Cod, Fanny men
"The door was shut and 3was demand. helped a Flasher, ND, Company tit 101 St
legal widow of the king who One outmost there's a fire family rescue a flock of 2nd Plac. .... .. Florida
leaning against It. Anyone capitol source pointed 1,600
was assassinated In 199$. Surrogate "One (patient) fell ta the sheep. and tnttrtd M second e'oitmotfoT '
who opened It would have had of the cards went to Democrats
Samuel DI Falco awardedher I kitchen. I picked her and at the Pool OffkB ot
up A
to push me away," TIles Ion and said: young Marmarth, ND.In- Golrwtvlii. FlorIda.C5ICULATIOI5 ,
$73,70J as her share of F.bal'l ragged her out I dragged dian abandoned h
testified Other make his car
officers denied "They might a killing near RATIS IVCAtRIU
American estate Thurs three more out then
anyone had made the statement by selling them to Republi let me back In."theywouldn't Dickinson, N.D., where the vehicle 01 MAIL

day.The Pitts said he heard. 'cans." go plunged Into a ditch. He I Wk ..4SIM.US
remainder will go to theIIlng' All the rescued patients were removed his shoes to
nearest male heir Prince During closing remarks, to massage
Major Hospital Sheyvllte. his
freezing feet
Whitworth I subzero cold All mall mutt
continually stressedthe iubKrlptloni
bid Ibn Hussein who lives in Truckers None
London. victim had failed to resist Kytlcr was reported taerlous then couldnt get his shoes back be paid In advance
condition. I 25 He walked four McmtMf Of Audit lurtauCirculation. 01
miles bare-
during the alleged attack. "I m Shuffled
Up I Fire units from a 23-mile radi\ I root and was hospitalized .
not that for
'UUn ISIl' submitting she con
rushed Into this hamlet
1\ I rostbite. AII aada'aS Cs.talase pSraOs Ia
sented, but that she didn't re MIAMI (APThe multimil ., p.any SI ... "din.tIShSOlWle
southeast of
George Hirrlsea of the slat" he said. Indianapolis. Extreme cold struck N ebr... C..._ tet 10M. .olpocd'ds
ion-dollar Ryder Systems Inc., tout 50 firemen fought the 1 tan Southern 5 a' S. wrIt a0.00'y
Beatles that he Is Idaho. .
says 11 she didn't resist it's not firm has a Utah Mj.1an ) 40'hosf U'S wrman
trucking new presl-
ate. The home was about 200 I .
married are rubbish. Illinois and Wisconsin. 5NM. 40 IS -
he added.Wbitworth .
rape, dent Castle W. Jordan, former ards from the Fountaintowa _
Harrison returned to London
told jurors there vice president, director and general
CAP Wtraphata tt too Sun) today from a 10-day vacation at station.
: were actually only two storiesto counsel said
Officials most of the -
Nassau In the Bahamas He patents
flew York Slate Supreme was consider In the the '
case Jordan was elected Thursday were from eastern Indira
Ourt Justice Henry ClsyCJe accompanied by Miss"PatUe defendants and the victims In a shuffle ol top management They said records wen SAVE UP TO $140.00

nb On
York Thursday a temporaryiiOuactloa PROGRESS deny It." he said Ryder, who resigned two years honda Identify the drad. A 1964 ZENITH

against Hit s bowInf lie then reconstructed the ago In in health took a new

.f a DeW molioi picture, The Duke .f Windier, makIng -alleged crime, using evidence role as chief executive officer. STEREO HIGH FIDELITY

0 0 II. Goldfarb Please an excellent recovery from, previously presented. Wait.I John J. Davis, former comptroller WOLLENSAK PHONOGRAPH -

Cjrae Home," and farther arterial surgery was expectedto t worth kneeled on the courtroom and vice president, replaced

pbUcatkm .! the aovelwpich .II leave his hospital bed today floor as he showed how Arthur H, Bernstein as & REVERE with er without AM-FM Stereo

the film was bawd. for the tint time since his op-the rapist supposedly held his vice president for finance.
SlOe decision spk U the con. eration. arm on the girl'i neck during Jordan replaced A. A. RM.- RECORDERS SUP L Y LIMITED-

lejitfiMi el Noire Dame Ukrrsity -It Is expected he win be out I the attack wall as president ol Ryder A GIFT ANYONE WILL BE

> that the 1M'It and of bed for short times" a hospital He Indicated the victim never Truck Rental Inc., a sulllidbrJ. -

M\el -kiMwuigly and Ulffiily .- advisory said. screamed, even when released PROUD TO RECEIVE

I :? misappropriated for ".... Th. duchess has spent most ol by> her attacker, even Named new director were TAPE RECORDER HEADQUARTERS COUCH'S N.

ID ere lal eipWUUoa lit her tune at his bedside and said I though, she was not assaulted William S. Mobe, a financial ST.

4me, symbols sad prestige she "did not plan to leave the' with a weapon; and eve.I consultant, and Roland N COUCH'S 10. ". Open

o. the Instilulkia and 4tftfeiball hospital until he II weD along Ir I though there were ether mi- Reedy, a longtime associate of NeiL St. Te > PM Open to 9 p.m. to Xm"asFriday

team." his convalescent period." dents of the hotel to nearby James Ryder. t ,

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has struggled to a place In society I' Indicating to people that he was r
y i -with the help of I dedicated of above-average intelligence
woman. I with an IQ of 113
: i I
SIgnore Is a blind deafmutewho Because he could neither see, R
spent 30 years in mental ,nor hear, nor speak. Signer ;
institutions because no one was treated as mentally retarded. .
could communicate with him I eou

He has begun work at a At the age of 21 lie was committed _urr _
workshop for the blind in Cambridge to Wrentham State Hospital OIS60UNT

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To Mail years in isolation because he 1 J'r
was considered "assaultive and E + ,iN I'wrtt! &k1.it 1 .

( Early Now dangerous." SHIRT 8 SOX 1. 1 RAYON-NYLON
In 1958, Rachel Sagannovwent !
to work at Boston State 1
"It's too late to mall early", t t i iB2 4ADVEatISED
Postmaster Paige Pinnell u Id Hospital as head nurse In Signore I Ir
1 1PI"
s ward. .
today. 1 ? SET p1AilONAItY

"The biggest mall explosion "He was quite a sight, romp- 1 f
in history Is upon us and w e Ing down the halls," she recalled s / ,r' ?", Soft, luxurious I ,};.r + .Valua

need the cooperation of everyone a l" long-life Bunion r M 11 "4 '' Embroidered satinappliques
J to make sure that the hoii- "He hadn't had a hair cut Choice Fashion +' lac.
day mail is all delivered before and people colon; S, M. L, XL +'< Jf "bt u ;
a for several '
Christmas", the Gainesvl lie years him to shave tl T styles, tailored
couldn't get near
t' Whit. and colon
postmaster said. him _, .,
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Pinnell suggested the use of 4--,._
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moves and Is handled In a more fewer direct times.route recognize her by the feel of" herring ;i Sues All-Weather 10 to .18.Quilt. .lined. . . . 4.67 187 1 d w ;? SLEEPER .".
and watch. "One day, she I
Pinnell announced that all said, "I forgot my ring and Joe[: Com,. Valve I,99 ,43

postal operations will be on a didn't know who I was." I'I'It ROSE FAIR QUALITY HOSIERY Long.sleeve cot I ..

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Day.ter will Only be special delivered delivery on December mat.. teach Signore to wear shoes. I Gift boxed. . . . J ,r. 2.07 r : i. t regular, button. lb .

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and developed a
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He and earned cloth dress shirts, Plastic sole
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4. Gainesville Suit FrIday December 1$. 1964 -

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(1afurzufIkJ000 inn OF InFightingContinues

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I ul; r' tesa0Ole VIc. ,...,.., Mil U. LAWRENCE
University City .Plbe. a".n.rt .0. UIITA.UONL By DAVID

VIM fl.- Mil Clr l.lk. MMfW.THE By RALPH McGill WASHINGTON Senator Barry Goldwater regards the
c PMOur Ml. WMMif hM1M.r I nvE OI Dean Burch as National airman of the
fight to remove
SUN'S POLICY 0AIL.e.. au C'Why' mW... Republican Party ai a move to repudiate art only the Republican .

I 1. Report the news fully and Jmportlolly In the txws cof_ presidential nominee but also all those who worked

2. jiprau the opinions of to Sun In-but only In-<rias.! for him in the recent election campaign.The .
3. Publiih all sides of Important
All 378-1411 1/y ) l; t I In "U. S. News & World Report, what i Is behind the
:The Sun's telephones:
'Where'People 'Let's face It a vote of 'no confidence wpouldhave aimed
right at me and at millions of people been

I :\ More Tower' to Greater Gainesville? working in." their hearts out in this party for what they believe

The claim by the senior vice president But the question arises: What is THIS VIEW has been corroborated unwittingly by Governor -
who in a
of the Florida Power Corporation ,the city's obligation and responsibility William W. Scranton In New York of said with reference to the re-

that it Is "unethical" for the with respect to the "greater" few days ago national chairman:
Our moval of Mr. Burch as
Gainesville Utilities Department to community which, in fact constitutes national'unemploymentfigure "The unhappy impression is abroad in the land today that

extend its water lines and, by infer the complete urban unit low as has i not cent averaged since as the Republican Party has tended toward a policy of exclusion
per 1957.
ence its power lines beyond the Must it, out of squeamish regard for The statistics are an Indictment rather than inclusion. At this time and in this chairman context of exclusion -

city's corporate limits raises the "private profit," stop its lines at the Yet, even they are not if he I would absolutely favor replacing and completely the national with me on every even

old question of the "right" of pub- corporate limits? Or should it, withan fully revealing. A great many ,w---,.- I ass,.....u..agreed.. ..?...,/.. >'hilosophical detail. whether. he is a conserva
lic-owned service agencies to com eye to the future look upon the unemployed are simply not I lye or a liberal or a moderate

pete with private business. total community (including suburbs In the statistical charts. This or a right-handed fiddle

and close-in developments) as its nat Is particularly true among CUTS UNDERLYING MUSCLEMcNamara's player the national chairman
teen-agers. This group has must step down because
There is ample precedent to sup ural service area? the highest percentage of Job- that's the only way we can

port the action of the City Commission less persons. begin to say to A me r I cans

of Gainesville, or of any other' Gainesville has been unusually Secretary of Labor Willard Plan that we truly want to become

city which generates its own power successful in developing under efficient Wires illustrates t his with a broad.based, majority
stories of visits to "
in offering utilities service to contiguous management, a city-owned Appalachia party.
the Harlem in New York Burch himself in
But Mr. ,
areas. A unified service in a Utilities Department that is rated as
of the best in the It and Oregon. Three brief con Nrui flark Z fttnra essary to redeem the commit summons. The merging of the an interview last Saturdaywith
unified community works to the best one country. versations sustain his point. ments of United States foreign Army Reserve and the National the United Press International
interest of all concerned and protectsthe has every right to "cross the city One was with a girl 17 or By ARTHUR KROCK policy. Guard, In conformity pointed out that the

city against future problems lint" as it has done in the past, to 18 years old in Eastern Ken- WASHINGTON As a practice Both President Kennedy and with the McNamara plan under effort to remove him is real

that are sure to develop under provide service for new suburban tucky. The secretary asked If not, Indisputably a President Johnson agreed with the management of the ly aimed also at Senator

i "split" utility franchises. areas or outlying industrial develop her if she was in school She cot ititutional fact Congresshat McNamara on this outline of .Guard, will Increase the size Goldwater. Mr. Burch said:
shook her head. the authority to delay his official responsibilities. and capability of the latter; "The question is whetherthe
ments. emasculate or nullify the Having satisfied himself that provide the enlarged force party can afford to read

There is plenty of operating room BE ASKED HER if she plan of Secretary of Defense these were precisely and directly with the essential equipmentIt Barry Goldwater out of It. .

for the private companies without la our opinion it has more than a was working, "No," she said. McNantara to Increase the served by the Secre- now lacks; and make an The question is whether forcing .

throwing a strangulation noose "right" It has a responsibility to "Well," he asked "are you combat readiness of theArmy's tary's new proposals, Johnson active combination of the two. Goldwater and me into a
work reserve forces. The with his full 3. In Its present status, the is the to win elec
around communities that prefer to project its own plans to match the looking for ? of supported them corner way
She looked at him and smiled organized antagonists a authority before they were Army Reserve Is not even tions."
,; and needs of the
own and operate their own private projected growth program expertly framed to Second World
(two teeth missing) and made public. geared to the MR. BURCH SAID he
plants. Electric consumption is going larger community. skid, "Where?" accomplish this vital objective The President on a numberof War combat plan. Moreover, would consider standing aside

.., up at an amazing rate and the In Harlem, with a group of and simultaneously to occasions has committedhis that plan is outmoded In the "at such time as they start

field is certainly large enough to absorb Furthermore, it works to the advantage people trying to do somethingwith cut the government's military administration to the policy current Contingency War Including Goldwater In con-
costs 1150 millions I year of "a dollar's Plans. Therefore, the Reserve how the is
in that requiring ferences on party
.; the services of both private and of adjacent areas to "tie in"with problems area, with
the city utilities rather than the secretary stopped to talk might prevail Congress value for every dollar spent"by structure is doubly an anachronism to be put together, and they,
public distributors' despite these benefits to the
to a youngster leaning againsta the government. Therefore, too, are willing to listen to
"away from home" private con nation if they had only Mc- it might reasonably be assum- reason."
doorway. He asked the teenager
There is nothing "unethical" in cerns. Aside from common community if he had a Job. He said! Namara-with all his and determination the ed that his approval of Mc THE OPPONENTS of the But the split In 'the Repub-
the Interest, there is the practical "No." courage Namara's plan was at least as reforms depend on other aspects lican Party Is far from being
of the Gainesville
operation Utili-
.. soundness of his
much impelled by its estimated for the resistance they repaired. Mr. Cold" a t er
matter of prompt service on trouble He then asked, "Have you
ties Department-unless It .I. "un to overcome. .
of million In Congress.One
"orU" savings $150 a hope to arouse gives no sign of retreating or
calls and the coordination of utilities been looking for
ethical" for the public to manage its "Whereat But In addition to these assets year as by its design to improve Is the transfer of 150,000 surrendering on policies or
own business and serve its own interests under one management The" answer was, the Secretary has another combat effectiveness. federal employee including viewpoints which he has ex
? which is an even greater obstacle But familiar with the legislators, to an Inactive
instead of the interests of"outside" the persons many pressed. He feels that he was
night secretary .
In Oregon one
to the effort to persuade White House discussions, ( Standby Reserve so that
To raise a hue and cry about the conversationwith beaten not entirely by the
: corporation sanctity of "private enterprise" is started a Congress to resist his whose veracity there Is no the effective functioning of Democrats, but by fellow Re-
.. a group boys program. President Johnson reason to doubt, say this wouldbe government would not "be publicans. He declared In the
I Of the eight power supply areas beside ,the poInt. The citizens of a street corner. The response stands behind it unequivocally an unsound assumption Jeopardized In an emergency"by magazine Interview: -

of-the United States, Area III (the community have a right to do some was about the same Are you after having given the proposals calling them to military "Now, the reasons for the

I southeastern states) leads the nation things for themselves. And Gainesville working No. Well, have you the most Intense consider- ACCORDING TO these duty. A second Is McNamara'snew loss of the campaign go way

f in has chosen to manage its own been looking for a Job? ation in which every criticism sources, the McNamara plan limitations on govern- past him (Dean Burch). He
power;production .and power "He looked at me," said the that has or will be made was ment paid travel by members '
to be the
Just happens
utilities and to extend the service was constructed on these man
i ; utilization according to ,a national secretary of labor, "and there reviewed. of Congress and their who was chairman. He's been

I power survey by the Federal Power under proper arrangements beyondthe was no smile on his face, and premises: staffs, from which only re- doing a fine Job, and he shouldbe
Commission. And in Area III power "political" perimeter. he said 'Why?'" THE FIRM conclusion 1. The American people are quests by congressional com given the chance to show
I reached In these consultationswas accurately described (in Prol.Galbraith' .
mittee chairmen are exempt. c.n'
consumption in Florida tops the list what be really do, with
NONE OF THESE answers that the reforms embodIed words) as "an affluent Third is the probably sound
1 a little time to do' It .
Socially industrially educationally "
The report predicts continued expansion of in McNamara's programare society Such a societycan
shows up In the statistics prophesy that the Secretarywill "Frankly I think that I
of electrical services to meet economically the community of u n em ployment. The danger required to discharge the afford to spend whatever extend his reforms to the was beaten July 15 The

the rising needs for Industrial and Greater Gainesville is a unit. It Is, he thinks, that technological major responsibilities of a Is necessary to assure national Air Force and the Navy as events leading up to the con
residential use. makes sense to treat it as a unit in development and social Secretary of Defense. Th e s e security. But this spending soon as the President and he vention not the convention

planning its development and servicing development are out of step. are: To keep the Contingency need not and should not be believe they have built up the Itself but the cui m inatlon,
wasteful. And there Is at least
Plans in constant balance:
The result Is that a necessary political when Rockefeller and
With this rich field to exploit, it its needs. $150 million of waste
heap of people isn't showingup with world events and conditions annually But the President Is clearly George Romney not Scran-
is, not surprising that power companies in the unemployment figures as they develop steadily: in the system which maintainsthe ready for that test so far as ton so much, because:: Scranton -
large and small are waging Wt support the members of the at all to Improve the combat readi- present "unit structure" of the Army Is concerned. And pitched In when they

,cut.throat competition for contracts Commission who believe that public How big Is this "scrap ness of the armed forces of the Army Reserve and the Na- his political muscle, used to refused to back the ticket, except -
with The Labor Department the United States to meet any tional Guard. the limit In behalf of a program by voice In Rockefeller'scase.
cities ?
Industrial establishments, interest will be best protected by heap"
vonceivsble demand and
; specifically 2. More importantly, how with Inherent strengths I think that made it virtually
rural areas,. and new suburban developments. considering all of Gainesville and its thinks It may total
between 250000 to provide whatever ever, this structure Impedes of its own would seem .to be Impossible for us to do
Caught In' the middle In outlying developments as a legiti- somewhere military strength may be nec combat capability for Instant sufficient to the purpose. anything to retain the Republicans
and 300.000 people a year.
this competition are the public-owned mate area of service for its own Some show up In the ordinary that they, seemingly,

plants in the cities that have electedto Utilities Department. We must not' economic indicators. S Dine Influenced by the bomb scare

generate their own. power and be "fenced in" by garroting greed- don't. and the" social security

serve their own community needs as even when it calls itself "private en- An estimated SS million persons Voice of the acare.Mr. Coldwater makes a spe-

fully as possible. terprise." will enter the work force People! cial point about the "t e a rcampaign"
In the next It years. Of these waged against
about IH million will lack a i him. He laid

I Worth the EffortDespite high school education and On TIle 811118 Opinion Page I THIS CARICATURE was
about three million will not built upon a 'trigger happy'

the urging of postal authorities averaging a little less than $3 each. have completed even grade 0...._ ... .__.... .t s.. ,...... w.se. .. I" Ih. Y.iq .1 'h. '...). ..t.... L."... fellow, the man who Is going
to mail early during this school. Thousands of these .mil kt ...m4 .*4 b.., !*. ",....'I ..dr.... N.....i win h. .,thh.,Id II ...."..... A in..., ........ to drop the bomb,' and 'the
latter persons will not show Mt ..swd 500 w.eh" ..4 ....* k. wrttrm M ...." tin .... ., tot ...w. ,...." ...... ...... 1h. man who would tear up social
-holiday plenty of us won't Th literature enclosed .. .... ... Lee. .._. ... .
season in the Tuberculosis up In statistics. They will be, .$ .mnl.. hi Nike H se I* N wHk l .A..l.e III.. .ri,..'. _"'" security: cards.' Both of
Uany a Christmas card, we suspect and Respiratory Disease the secretary says the these premises were completely

will wind up in the mass of mail with Association's letter to county residents "where?" and "why?" people. Housing Code rights, and so does the firetrap Some of these cities have false. But this I thing

which weary post office employesmust needs no amplification here. hotel owner. But in our public housing and some do started In the primaries _

wrestle on Christmas Eve or. It 1s a worthy cause. Ninety-three In 19(1 the average unem- Benefits Public American democracy we be- not Many had public housing and, try as I would It could
lieve the people have a more before not be erased."
they had
ployment rate was percent public
'''orae luck the week following. per cent of the money collected remains Among unskilled labor Sun With retard Important right namely, to codes. There Is no necessary Mr. Goldwater was asked if
in the area to work for the ers the Jobless rate was 12.1 to the final vote on the housing requires for the general connection and a hen sing this frightened away millions
And along with Christmas cards, people who contributed it, through per cent, more than twice the code we sympathize with good minimal standardsof code Is not an application for of votes. He answered:

most of us have a tendency to wait programs ranging from education of national rate. Among n e it- the reluctance, of any city safety and sanitation and public housing. Some peo- "I think so-that coupledwith

before mailing another holiday season youngsters to the contributing factors white workers, male, female, commissioner to Impose hardship some sense of responsibilityof pie cannot understand the some doubt la the economic

bit of mall We refer to the re- of many respiratory diseases to 'all ages and all skills the on anyone. But we tumly (especially the owners where of those property own- point.English language on this 1 fear campaign field. It:was The entirely television a

ply to the letter soliciting contributions the service of the 168 patients being rate was 1)1 per cent two I believe that In the long ers make a profit from commercials of the opposition

to the Christmas Seal drive. treated for tuberculosis In Alachua and three-quarters the national run, far fewer hardships will their property). Our City Commission has -the little girl picking the

County unemployment rat e. be Imposed than under the studied the. matter for over a posy the social security card
Among nonwhite teen agers There was a housing code
exploitation and
I, Jim Wunderlich chairman of' the present neglect year. They have consulted being cut up. At no time In
the unemployment rate was \ perpetrated by a few. on the ship Mayflower. It Is my We have I ever suggested
Campaign in Alachua County this Tomorrow the association 1s redoubling IS per cent, almost five times certainly not a radical step other cities and agencies e I the ue of nuclear weapons

year, said 21,290 letters were mailed efforts to help us help our- the national rate. Regardless about of what some Hundreds of other cities our city. Various professional but they would take my
during the campaign as compared to selves. They're calling It "Do It may say have such members of the city's staff general discussion of military
THERE B, ES this material rights" on this matter, there codes Including I
13,661 mailed last Day and it'a good have recommended the ado) affairs and say 'Well! he's
during year's a suggestion for substantiation of the comes a point where this argument many Florida cities. A man g !
projection lion of the bomb-happy
code. ,
drive. those of us who've been dawdling of something like 300- simply does not hold. them: Miami 19M; S ar a- Is not too much to Perhaps It happy- or trig guy-
about getting our response into the 000 human east ofli per The operator of a IIrotlellw acts 1)54. West Palm Beach mamlmous vote from expect our In 1'U the regular Republican
The response has been disap mail. The drive ends Christmas Day. year. These people! are not property rights toe man who 1151.\ St Petersburg 1I5I! ; commission. nominated William
victims of automation. They drives a car without brakes or Coral Cables MM; Pens*, Howard Tart but
pointing. Poorer In fact, than it was the "Progretslves" -
da Illustrate along with the lights has property rights them cola 1960: Daytona flea ch. THE CITIZENS HOCSINO disagreed
the last Don't forget the ergan-
same point year. average contri
nshlner has 19(1 and Tallahassee MC.
hard facts 01 kf for the unskilled e e property ASSOCIATION bed their eon party and ooo>
:'slightly more than 3000 contribution bution-three dollars-is about the laboring segment of haled Theodore RooMvelt

responses have been received, price of a carton of cigareU the work fore, that the casualties Naturally, the three party

of lack of educationand Underground Shopping Center? ekctioa mewt a spit Rfpab-
POTOMAC FEVERBy training are greater than bean woes and a sure victory

JACK WILSON Cewlea Washington Bureau ever before. They are never (Fra the OrbxU SrtU.tl/ ) tate and land studies Dr. WB- !rID of financing l such a development for four the Democrats. It tech
really In the statistical work yean for the Republicans
A survey shows the number of poor people In rich suburbs Is increasing force. Three hundred the Do The city el Orals .Is considering Bam Shenkei. suggests that if a M ncomider- to get toftOMr at/in/ and at
solution dowa- It were built underground tt able ton. But the raid till they muted wheat
a for its city were
-Makes it nice for the poverty corps -They can work closer to home. sand a year means a scrapbap
population of three million Iowa problem every city could be developed oo top as Issue revenue bonds for Us they aoiMMted CWte Evans

I'nhrreity of California students are aim yelling for free speech and In II years. There will has tilt which Involves the an open air park with trees than and could probably get Hughes whe WM thee a Justice
university official are still yearning for the good old days ef nice, quiet panty be other decades after that. construction tf a null and shnibe and flowers and would substantial help from the federal en lilt Supreme Court
shopping center la the heartof become a desirable tourist at- government Maybe the Republicans vii<
raid*. There Is a heavy responsibility
the city. tncttoe as well ss a shopping again save to get sonMeeewte
oo society to think out
Where people work?
together bee aol ill
It cost 1200.000 to elect Bobby Kennedy to the Senate. Who says we're selling what to do about this problem A IMvenity of Florida ..- pWL'Tbert a sttuue caa a Lays be the party bottles participated.f W4 to be

the Senate short t.... and to da It pert ta the field of real es is of course the pro!>- land tftebf BH aomJrne.


Friday December 11, 1964 Ca8 eivlll__ Sun I

Are the Skids Under Charlie Tuberculosis'Do It Day' Freight Route Shift Asked 1 I

TALLAHASSEE: (AP>) The I Trucking Co. of Crestvlew! asked
Saturday has been declared Public Utilities Commission said to transfer routes in more thana
"Do It Day" by the Alachua Thursday that two motor lines dozen counties between Lak.
By JOHN HECKLER ----- -- paign If they didn't, Griffin County Tuberculosis Disease asked for a shift in the freight City Tallahassee and Tampa I
yr' WASHINGTON (APThe shrugged Association In an effort to perk routes.
drive to unseat Rep Charles A. House Leader Facing The only other up lagging enthusiasm in t h I ayear's Commission Chairman Edwin from Ryder to R. and R.
Republican I Mason said a public hearing
Halleck of Indiana as House crusade :Mason! said Ryder Truck Lines I
Republican leader Is gaming mentioned as a possible foe of Christmas Seal C amp a Ign of Jacksonville and Rand R would be held Dec. 24. _
momentum, say two members Foes Comes Jan. 4 Halleck has been Rep. Melvin Chairman Jim Wunderlich announced I-=-- ----- -- --
R. Laird of Wisconsin. He is
trying to bring it about. a that volunteers from
After weeks of backstage ma- good friend of Ford and has the Gainesville and P. K. Yonge
neuvering. Repe. Charles E. held back as long as Ford ap- High School Anchor and Key. GIVE THEM A
Goodell of New York and Rob pears interested. But Laird Is
,ette Clubs will be selling seals REVERE
ert P. Griffin of Michigan are\ Goodell added the most likely'(get him to declare his believed willing to make the'and lapel bangles in various WOLLENSAK or
cautiously, and openly, predicting change would see Rep. Gerald cy. But he also has candlda'i fight if Ford doesn't._ shopping areas TAPE RECORDERFrom
Halleck'i downfall after fix Ford of Michigan taking over'say he would not run.
e )'earsas the GOP floor leader Halleck'i Job when the Republicans With time growing short it a TAPE RECORDER HEADQUARTERS
"I think there is going to be a elect their leaders for the successful coup is to be staged,+ '
change," Goodell told newsmen 89th Congress Jan. 4. Goodell and Griffin Indicated RENTATVTECH Top. Supplies Accessories -
Thursday night during a break ""I hope Ford announces right I they will do their best to get an ,
'in of the he and early commitment from Ford.
one meetings
Griffin have been holding with away considerable, said Goodell.sentiment"There that he Is, "I think we'll have a candi- I N W (ft, Av. : FR 2 0433 COUCH'S Min 9t To'PMyceee

some other Republicans several should run." date by early next week," said .
times daily for the past two Griffin. Asked what would
happen .
weeks. V Pt e [ I R [K ir tt eK l R Wl etR lr a e e e t4 t tt e t erR t[a t te ltVM a y't lK'l'.l e V rrt V t4R t lrr+ayl+ey el Nr
HALLECK Ford has resisted all efforts to to the dump-Halleck cam-
"-...,, OPEN 9 A.M. TO 10 P.M
I Gitmo Self-Sufficient for Water I

tr .
WASHINGTON lAP( ) Ten power plant and related facilities was using about 2 million gallons Meanwhile, the Navy contin-
months after Fidel Castro cost about $10.7: million. of water a day about 200,'I ued to carry out Johnson's or- .
turned off the tap, the U.S. Castro abruptly: shut off 000 gallons a day less than the ,ders gradually to reduce the 't
Naval Base at Guantanamo has Guanatanamo's fresh water new desalinization plant number of wives and children of e eL ,.t. ,* t
become fully wlf-sufflcient for sourcerIver water which en- produce. servicemen living on the base S THE STORE WITH MORE :. .
water. tered the base through a pipe- I
its fresh '
While the three-unit plant was Last February there were almost .
The said today that the line last Feb. .. He did so in SHOPPING CENTER
Navy being installed, Navy tankers 3,000 such dependents liv. '
U.S. seizure of 1302 NORTH A4AJN. STREETGiff .
to retaliation po
final unit of plant
third and a
shuttled back and forth between :ing in the 45 square mile U.S.
convert sea water into fresh some Cuban fishermen In Amer Florida and the Guantanamo enclave. This total has been re-
water went into operation Dec.I. ican waters. base In all, they hauled more I duced to fewer than 1,600 and,

Less than a month later, Castro than 293 million gallons of fresh 'all wives and children will be dr
The plant produces 2.2 million offered to turn the water water to Guantanamo, I gone by February 1966.rreeeeeeYeeeeVeeeeeeee.
gallons of fresh water a day- back on, but the United States Sseeeeeeeeweeeeeeeee.
well above the normal require- spurned that offer. This country 7A
ments of the base's population.When had been buying water from y CHRISTMAS TIME ; Ideas for the Very Young. .
a new power plant is month.
Cuba for about $14,000 a
finished next month, the emer- President Johnson ordered '" b gift giving .... Alt of M

gency-prompted construction at that the base, which Castro has are cenctrntd about whatto o
i iIn I
the base will be completed and demanded be given up by the give ethers and anxious
Guantanamo will be in shape to United States, should be made know what gifts we will A AV
survive regardless of Its being entirely self-sufficient and Independent rciv. lin't now the lime to remember Cod's gift le wHit
surrounded by hostile Communist of any water from Cas- i ; Son? And have we cpfd this gift? 2

Cuban territory.In tro's territory. y /or f A* wuj. of iiit ti death, but |n. gift of God It tttrnot

all, the three-unit desallnl- Until Cuba's action, the base 'life through Jesus Christ our lord." Romans Oi,J J I' : ..rcf
the 12ti0o-kilowatt .
nation plant, ./
!C University Baptist Church

Barry Says Burch Sunday School 9:45 Training Hour CiOft: .!
I I Morning Service 10:45: Evening Service 7:00 i ..

Are After Him :ri t 1628 N.W. 6th St. C. F. GEORGE, Pastor \I

Foes V Missionary Fundamental) Ji,

........_............_.._..............."..................._........................... ;
nors and governorselect.Burch ..... .
By JACK BELL M Ieeeeeeeeeee lr eKgRM Va4 er{.rK'e f'aK e e"t K. Iy I i
WASHINGTON>>) Sen returned to Washington Gifts with the Best scents I III :
night after a conference
Barry Goldwater was describedby In Phoenix with Goldwater : AH AT IILK-LINDSIVS COSMITIC DIPT.) 1 I
close associates .today assaying wlwwwwwwwawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwlwww.f .
angrily that the drive and Rep. William E. Miller of I "II

against Dean Burch Is really; New president.York,The who national ran for chairman vice J r i Double Screen Color TV
at him and critics ire
aimed of said after the conferencehe 4 ''i Ideal for 2.6
out The
"not going to push' me" has no Intention of resigning f ages yrs.

the The Republican defeated party.COP presidential before a showdown vote of con- : excitementbegins Ii 3-Pieco Velveteen Topper Miniaturized Portable TV
fidence before the National ; Set with Imported music box
nominee told
who talked to him at [Committee Jan. 22-23 in Chica with II II Sets Plastic Lined Panty Ploys "Hey-Dlddle, Did 3.87

his Phoenix home recently he Is gifts of dl.", Pictures revolve across
he turns his attentionto : I .
behind Dean Burch, front screen and "Pe.k-o '
chairman solidly of the Republican na a meeting with the party's i s MIDNIGHTintriguing'rragrance 1 $-M-L-XL 599.799 Boo" top screen.

tional committee. Burch'i oust finance committee to take up ...............-..........................................
er has been sought by some eta the 1965 budget \ A-lines the Jumper look boys suit styles' n
ments of the party, Including a Leaders who have talked to In rich colors with gay applique ruffles and lace
'Goldwater describe the Republican i
majority of the 1$ GOP gover byTUSSYr touches
nominee as an angry man '
who believes that he rallied all J seweeeeeeeeeeeeweeeeewweeeeweeeeeeewseat

of the party conservatives In _
1 RunwayAt getting more then 28 million r
votes. Goldwater was said to be : r
determined that Burch shouldnot >

AirportIs be ousted because he feels It ... I

ClearedRestrictions personally.would Burch be was repudiation hand-picked of for him his Iii fl iiI : JI." ..,..... ....................,, --:::

have been lifted post by Goldwater. J : v y ) siso awe ..

for one of six runways at Although congressional lead MMfM. ... .* T..-. .& Co.J Mld.teM' ...... 1eltt-f0l ..... : ...cons we r -
Gainesville Municipal Airport,ers had discounted the controversy bgiK to elur gtaM belli and er d be.dK 12.+ Indi .... I y .ey de, w.l iy
.. 0
the chairmanship, E, Cutting Powder nth Nphw.J .
by the Federal Aviation Agen- over ,N.bDM to.a blue wo1.I boa :
soft N
p to molt* boa Bo I* (
Goldwater was depicted as feel- tift...... sue f1.21 ,',
The FAA Imposed restrictions Ing It Is a test of whether "these :1----

on four runways Nov. 24, and people are going to push me out i i I 11 11J y, '
lifted the ban on one of them of the party." : 1 st
Wednesday. And Miller\ said the only i -"

Restrictions closed the runways grounds for removing Burch ., I 1 ua.eo.oo.r -
to landings by commercial now "Is not his performance but : .<< Gt. j ,501*u.r %:y r" '* raansseen _,,r?
aircraft such as Eastern because he Is a symbol of Gold- : -. -i-i : ;p, JACK 'N JILL TV.RAOIO
Air Lines, which has two flights water This party is not going to : g' I, it BOX
daily. The restrictions were Imposed become a strong party by kicking i,, : ss b i'' PLAYS OAY NURSERY RHYMI

because of high trees Sen. Goldwater out." j,, ", WM tnofc,(MOT mM fkMa -
which created obstacles. The view that the drive f kMnlfM Glum M-Hnid.sod II''..',., .... I:, O'lal/ Moohtt/ picture
kw *
Lane II''IN"
Actually, there are three runway ( against Burch is really directed !f r Ctogn seat .....twtt. Iwr tS 00W. 1"** ..,.... .... p. ., I* .....fe n.. I j clio..gt Ntravgti TV icittn
strips at the airport, but In at Goldwater was challenged by ... Uti*. 1*... Cologne to o* """' '''''' ,, Ja. ".."( -.... ba ..v.r.weird. 2.87
aeronautical terms, each end of Gov. Robert E. SmyUe of Idaho,II i boa at.aO 2'w.e ....N: itieutar' .s i+eoglna.awko / .
of the Republican 1, '-, IN..IL
each strip Is I counted as a different chairman ,
Governors Association. i, .......... .. . . -
runway, making ,iL .......-...IwNaree....... .. P.as .
"Nobody's trying to kick Selli i al .'
The runway which la opened rs s B
Is number a The approach to ator Goldwater out" said 8mIi. ,- 1 ,, w.u..w r----; ,
Thursday In Boise, "but ... M
this Is over the Sunland Train i n aor roue
ing Center. Trees there were there are some people trying to .rs..rd w. CORN.0trr.r.
cut back with approval of the! let m." I I I ,
state cabinet to that the approach Smylie. who advocate : A P III
would meet FAA safety Burch's dismissal said: "What I POPPER

requirements. we need to a .party that eichnVs I t INFANTS' SNAP-APART
Runways 24 and 2S never were nobody and Includes everyone I ,

restricted. This to what Mr. Burch's leadership i b.. Mw .............i.. i iaw.b..O TWO PIECE SLEEPERS
As the situation Is DOW, coneinertial can't give us.This to why 1 Mi Lat e.ln.-sa..wr f Push Toy
land 50.95 liu Ltan. fr : :
air carriers may he should go. I, er.een..si "'m> gaM. .. .
e a s t or ....._-... bs,3 ..... ...... ....... ,s
from the northeast se ............... .:=
southeast only, and take off In Dove Shoot I' 4 **.all ......M.. ...... ee.. .1 I!!
my direction. 1 99 2 19 A Favorift
not Non-commerdal affected by the carrierS order. are Set SaturdayBird I CENTRAL CHARGtt CHARM j: Toy For

hunters have been to-,1 1YIted .... .
Although Eastern flights generally ,.." ,. !
Club to !:I ...
by the Rotary .
out par.1
have not keen shut ;... : Ages 1.3tbecyi.it..hrieh4e.as.n1 _
the restriction the FAA order teipate In Saturday's benefit, J / a .
by { '
dove shoot from 14 p m. I
has bad some effect. the Paul : carte knit wiHi. tea..g.to .
bunt will be at
For example, rhea the Cn.t ,j The ii : ". H ky I ...... .
about U miles W < Oft a v -.Ic..1 I Yaw
tersltr of Miami football team :.torOeet Farm i : sand My wed w. bus al >..**. t.ev.5i_ I Wood both bounce o>iintlthru
flew to play the Unrwiiiy: of west 01 NewberT1D1 A tilt TrenM theroadside I, \ ''nil mu"{ ;/ l,, II, .fit* f*.wee row let hra. N.w'. to Kola (. ..... M.- dome with poppe* 1 1.97
visiting Highway. sign on I nH lI I : sound. Mmele' bmld-
Florida Now 21. the .w ia r s..e.rt IIIOthett .. bvyi?y e aI.. ty-pop
Hurricanes landed at Oats litatead win guide banters. I 1. .s"u 1101-PseFREE -__ (/ : ......",Melle......peek. er",-, I 'Ingi ond entertaining, tool r rI

of CamesYflk.\ There hunter wd be with a eharfe the e.( ,E ,.,. : -.._ ............ .......................4.w.... .... ..... .-41..................... J .....
IS per pr <
officials are aejotiatnf !
with City other property cut owners do-to e,reds community going park to the project RoUry'i in iJ J I Gin WRAPPING :i fREE GIFT WRAPPING! Use Central Charge B-L Charge ]

Id permission apptoechefc to __CMKtvtUe. ..wwyM..................................!........ t ,.........!...!........!!..................!..... ................................... ...........
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Sun Friday. December-l'.-IvS __ __.. .

1\\( She Sees p Air Guard Crash [(ills 4By I I

The Air Force idenuned we
After MIKE COCHRAN I reeling[ weather were taken to
Again lead aa:
FORT WORTH, Tex (AP) I Parkland Hospital In Dallas. M. Sgt. Roy R.Sypert,33,, of
A hug Air National Guard ,Authorities said none was believed I I
AccidentDALLAS tanker plane crashed, exploded ] seriously injured. Hurst M.,SgI.Tex.Robert E. Weeks, 28,
I and burned on an attempted Their KC97 a propdrivencraft of. Arlington, TW.
(AP) Friends dis- landing at Greater Southwest c cracked up at the south Emil J. Trojacek, 29, LO
closed Thursday that a blind International Airport Thursday t end of the airport, which Is midway T. Sgt .
woman has regained her vision night, killing 4 of the 11 men 1 between Dallas and Fort I of Dallas.S, Charles W. Elmore, 30, verallmeet
after 17 years, apparently from aboard. 1 Worth. Fire units battled ZVi
bumping her head on a cup I 4n The seven guardsmen who I hours! to douse the flames at Dallas. day t
board door. survived the fiery crash In sub- The plane, from the 138th Air speectheC
The woman, declining to be = 1 Refueling Group at Hensley PROPANE
quoted by name, told a Dallas First Negroes :Field In the Dallas suburb of three
Times Herald reporter Grand Prairie, was on a four-
"1 feel that ills a gift from Registered In :hour training mission. IP- GAS In
God and I do not want It publicized I demoat
It Is a gift which might be Liberty County Air Force spokesmen said the HOTTER THAN B
tanker apparently hit an embankment
taken away TALLAHASSEE (AP-Sixty- I NATURAL GAS sit-intlont
Friends gave this account: Local Army National Guardsmen this week cant under the scrutiny of Ma]. two Negroes became the first on a practice approach -'
The woman, in her SOs, Leon E. Lichtenwalter Jr. (right) of the Inspector-General' Office of the 3rd Negro registered voters in Liberty ; and this ripped away I' Cook & Heot Water 814 r
stooped to pick something off U.S. Army. Standing inspection are MSgt Woodrow W. Taylor (left) and County In eight years I the landing gear. I Low Cost dentssista'
the floor while doing housework, Sjrt. Russell K. Yoho: Lichtenwalter la t he son of Col. Leon Lichtenwalter (Ret.) Wednesday.This Flames shot out 300 yards
rose and banged her head of Gainesville.Longshoremen. I leaves only Lafayette Pieces of the plane, Including Its
6.5110 The
sharply against the open cupboard County without Negroes on the four engines, were scattered FR centl'that'!
door. voter list I across a wide section. I
She cried out. A daughter next:I Postpone Atlantic Port Walkout r County registrar Mrs. Bessie'' .w rids sse.- ..
door heard the cry via their In- and
Reese helped the Negroes regis-l i LIFE TIMEMUFFLERS
tercom system and ran to Investigate CHARLESTON, S. C. (..1PA )- A new contract was worked I 1967. eluding a guaranteed annual ter. She said the last time they cams
still clutching a can of strike by longshoremen which out In New York Thursday for In return, the union got an 89-I wage estimated at a minimum signed up whites subjected them' or a'
cleanser In one hand. I could affect South Atlantic ports North Atlantic ports, but a dispute cent an hour wage package, In $3,858 a year. to so much barasaement they ffiegas ;
What a pretty can," the. from Morehead City, N. C., to I still exists In the south. asked her to unregister them. NON TRANSFERABLE
mother remarked, and both suddenly Tampa, was postponed Thursday The South Atlantic talks broke Not Afoul I This time, registration went INSTANT CREDIT T. Holders of Naf. Credit Cordsrffl strat
realized she could see until Jan. 11.Negotiators. off In Miami \last week with R off smoothly and with no more Sh
again. I for the International deadlock over a union demandfor MOBILE, Ala. .(AP) .... A jury In favor of the owners, Mr. than a couple of comments from sayshou
Since losing sight, the woman Longshoremen's Association setting of a minimum size rooster's owners, sued.for an and Mrs. Nicholas Moulyet.A wine bystanders
had learned to read braille and which to have struck for dock !
was gangs. alleged attack by the fowl, have neighbor, Mrs. Daisy Gateshad Congress of Racial Equalityfield or r
had adjusted to living alone and Sunday, agreed to keep numbers In the New York agreement, sued the Moulyets contend secretary Splver Gordon the i
t taking care of herself. She was working under their old the ILA bowed to automationand something to crow about today. Ing that the rooster attacked and field workers Stu Wechsler
forced to give up teaching music contract for an additional 22 agreed to cut the size of Its > The suit for $10,000; damages her. She said she suffered a broken Sidney Daniels and David 114 N.W. 13th St. Phone 372-1489 W
days standard 20 mln gangs to 17 by I was resolved Thursday by a wrist. Dukes led the Negroes to the I twoGaIIl.I.III. -

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Regents MeetiiJjf Health Gyps Hit the ElderlyHardest 1

On Free Spec/11 By SYI.VTA PORTER practically any ailment by silently -trouble without surgery. It offers ..Drug Administration to determine unchecked postofflce box num.ber. w
Financial Writer playing "Smoke Gets In free booklets, sends out a effectiveness and safely. .
'Medical' quackery," says PART 3 Your Eyes"), tabloid newspaper and claimsIt The old common sense rules Beware of "miracle" cures
Los Angeles medical prosecutor Most tragic are the traps provides special treatments
always will be the best rules particularly those advertised ai
LOS ANGELES (AP) Uni. cussing routine Item I about 300 I
John W. Miner, "has taken laid for elderly sufferers from for a long list of ailments of : so new the medical profession
verslty of California regents students attended afloon rally more lives than all other forms serious conditions such as arthritis -the elderly. "The real crime though: Is afraid of them.
meet on the UCLA campus today in a UCLA campus rea, Hyde of criminal activity put to The health quacks also are and cancer. here," says Dr, Irving Ladlmer Buy your food at a reputable Take all medical problems to
Park, set aside for filic speak peddling a weird range of "edu-
of the National
to try and decide the free- gether. cational" matter often One recent sufferer from a Better Business I II grocery_store: :. not through an your physician.
speech issue that has wrackedthe ing.Of This jolting observation pointsup Incredibly, by respected putout nervous disorder paid fcM.BM I Bureau, Is "that very few of ,
these tol In the and seriousnessof for these clinics If any, are com
Berkeley for nearly 100 part a scope publishers. One West Coast treatments by a machine
march past the ffnuustration the multi-billion dollar gyps that Its operator claimed could petently staffed. Victims tend
three months.In building In whichjihe regents now being aimed at our II mil--company offers pamphlets on perform psychoanalysis to delay application to a recognized SWIIIG'A'WAY!
subjects ranging from "nutri-
that period, four massive were meeting. lion citizens 0 v er5.. The tional sex control" to "tone among other things. Another, a: hospital" or skilled ff eared
demonstrations have been held rackets are growing bigger i woman who had cancer of the practitioner. I can opener
at Berkeley. One an all-night Later, 50 to indents sat and more sophisticated dally therapy. breast, paid ".000 for quack Legislative recommendatlonll
sit-In Dec. 3 at the administration down outside the mMlng. as the number of elderly grows The mld-Mth century has treatment and delayed the are now being drawn up by a GIFT -

building, led to the arrest of Half a dozen leakers, both across the nation. 1 ushered In a whole new batteryof surgery which might have subcommittee of the Senate's
J14 persons Including 590 students students and faJty members, What are today quacks peddling mechanical and electronic saved her life.Countless Special Committee on AgingThey'll IDEA .
and about 50 teaching as addressed the lye Park rally. and bow? machinery to "cure" virtuallyany "clinics" are now probably Include a re-
sistants. Most protested f 10-1 vote of Nutrition quackery is the disease. Sold to health operating[ under the guise! of quest for a law to require pre-
the UCLA AcaJnic Senate to most widespread and costly "legitimate medical centers. A market testing of all new diagnostic With Extra
The controversy Is over i re- practitioners for prices to
health gyp today. "Because up .
support presenfiniverslty poli Florida clinic advertises nationally therapeutic and pros
cently revised university policy cy. Americans arc probably the $1,000, the complicated ma- that It can cur prostrate thetic devices by the Food and Long Life So Safe A Child
that permits freedom of speech most health-conscious people In chines are equipped with knobs,-- -- .'-- I
and political activity on the Edward Carf, chairman of' $249 Con Use
he world, says Dr. FrederickJ. and panels and flashing lights. from If.
campus but forbids such speechor the regents, afnowledged that Start of the Harvard Schoolof They sell under such names as ]
activity If It would result In the problem I if omplicated and Public Health, "nutrition the "Plasmatic Therapy Instru- UNITARIAN. UNIVERSALIST
Illegal off-campus action, such said he has /no Idea" what quackery has become one of ment," (which "directly heats I3tfl1I't
as civil-disobedience demon course the bold will take. the smoothest and best organized the blood for fever therapy"); FELLOWSHIPANNUAL ;
Itra tions. Support hi developed both rackets In the! c o u ntry" the "Electrometabograph Diagnostic
on and oft capus for a change Here Is where you find a mail- Machine" (now In the FAMILY PROGRAM it C
Students opposing the policy IH/JIIHf
Illegal off-campus acts favored by t Berkeley Faculty order supermarket of live food US. Food and Drug Quack Presented by the childrenA _
lay Senate Givfhe students free ," "secret" compounds Museum In ) the
: juices Washington ; W
should be left to civil authoritiesor FREE PARKING ON TOWER LOTUS
dom on canlis to collect funds ((such at plain sea water), "Pathoclast" (a "new Instrument playlet, e story and spontaneous ezpeeeaioeaEveeye
police, not the university or
for civil rlgl work In the South multi- or "natural" foods which that eliminates u ncertalnty" la welcome
the regents. s. YOUR CENTRAL CHARGI
and let the rulty instead of the are supposed to cure everything ); the "Film.0-Sonlc"
While regents began their admlnlstrap control student : from impotence to Juvenile (a speakerlcss tape recorder 7 PM SUNDAY DEC. 20 1204 NW 10th AVENUE The S..,. That's More Then Just A HaraVera Store

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( To Santa -The Aircraft Carrier AmericaIs
.I'h not going to be ready for delivery -
to the Navy Dec. 31 as
scheduled. She Is in port for re.pairs -
AND YOUNG AT HEART t ; and will have to take her
r .. .. sea trials a second time. 313 E. UNIV. AVE.
From Santa'i Mailbox at the New -....- .... The Navy delayed delivery
Foil Office .. Thursday, saying the giant ahlphad
,, 4V developed "material dis-
leave the door for WILL BE
Dear Santa Claus open you crepancies" during sea trials.
Tell Rudolph hello for us.Thank. ) .. The Navy said such discrepancies -
We can't write yet so our you, are "not uncommon
Mommle Is writing for us. Tony Leone (4 yrs.) on a ship of the size and complexity -

We have been real good most Monica Leone ((3 yrs.) of a modern aircraft, cLOSEDSATURDAY
of the time and try to help our 1 1 carrier."
Mommie. The Newport News Shlpbuild-
Dear Santa Claus, log & Dry Dock Co., builder ofthe
Tony wants a dump truck My name Is Constance Well. i ship said the discrepancies
and a ce
and an army gun I am a good girl. .D occurred In machinery supplied
ment mixer. I I want a soft cuddly doll and by subcontractors. It did not
Monica' wants a blue car anda a crib. Barbie car, blue and elabora Ie. DEC. 19th
crap for her baby doll and red magic markers. And anything The Navy said delivery would
whatever else you have that else you want me t 0 be sometime in January. I
she might like. have
We live In Flavet III and AMERICA'S
don't have a chimney so we'll Dear Santa Clause.
I am a little boy and hereIs "' flee' Center WinnersNine LARGEST
ONE DAYSERVICE what I want you to leaveat Zale I
my grandmother's In Athens JEWELERSOVER
Georgia.. I want a racer girls came out as winners. this week in the Recreation Center's baton S
set, a gun and holster set, a and cheerleading! tournament, of 45 who competed. Those taking part are
camper truck and football, from after-schooi playground programs sponsored by the City Recreation De 400
with stander partment. Mrs. Joyce Williams was the instructor. Winners were (from left), STORES
I do hope you will not for I Cindy Cunningham Katie Shepherd and Sandra Edwards 3rd through 1st Formerly DUVUS"Like
get anyone In Mrs. Harrlnson' place winners in the 5-8 year old group; Lamarr Quarles Wilma Taylor and COAST TO COAST
! room at Sidney Lanier School. Debbie Smith 3rd through lat winners, 9-10 years old; and Debbie Hylton,
r Jones Phillip Patty Mahaffey and Vickie Plettner, 3rd through 1st winners, 11 and older. Millions of Ameri ns you too can enjoy

the convenience of a Z ,e Charge Account at

Dear Santa Claus AUTOMATED SANTA 400 Stores Coast toCoast. this Christmas
I am asking my Mommy to over I !

5 put some Ink down here to tell give a beautiful RemingtVi Shaver and Charge I
1 GIwA1m& you to come. I live right here.

i Will you bring me a Teeny TO VISIT G'VILLEEven your Purchase; Zale's ofir a 60-day I 4
can still be I Tiny lean doll?

I IMPRINTEDwith I big Can ol I hug give when you you a kiss bring and mea a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE on all purchases.

Teeny Tiny Tears doll? Santa's reindeer Chanukah Party for Retarded ters In Fort Myers and Marian-
YOUR name Do you have a warm sweater Dancer Prancer Blltzen and Children Is being sponsoredthis na.On I New Cordless ,
? all the rest will be feeling year by Food Fair Stores, Tuesday the State Cabinet
CHESNUT OFFICE Can you talk? the effects of automation this J. M. Fields, Inc., and Merchant will welcome the groop to Tallahassee -
EQUIPMENT CO. INC. I am saying a prayer for you. year. Green Stamp Company.It at a 9 am. meeting !
tO. W. U"I..A... Love, When Santa arrives In Gainesville Is directed by Abe S. Gold to present special comrnenda. -@\ IH\\
rR 2.41 I Suzanne Mixon 2 yrs. old Monday afternoon with a man of Miami, regional direr lions for the humanitarian pro]. : :
2038 NW 31st Ave. cargo of some 50,000 pounds of tor of community services, for ect to the sponsoring firms. ;
__.._ .. Sunland Centers, and Henry D. Kramer
11/nwaww.a # :MlMtltMtltltMiMlMiMtllMtMlIT toys, he'll be riding In a 11-I originator president, H
wheeled tractor trailer Insteadof of the event first held In of Food Fair's Jacksonville DIvision a
'a sleigh. And a 193-horse 1960.Goldman and Herman Stein, manager 1 1U ,,r4
GIFT GIVNGIWthT Diesel will replace the traditional said that the caravan of the chain's Southern;I ..
/USt IN TIME 3-reindeer method of lo is expected to arrive at Division, will accept the award I ."",. \ ) te
comotion. the Gainesville city limits on behalf of the companies. .
I Occasion for the old shortly after noon on Dec. 21. Among the dignitaries a c-:. With N* B.tttrlM Ie R.pl.c. ( LADYREMINGTON
Jolly following a party earlier In the companying the caravan this I ,m.M REMINGTON : .-. : I.
automated elf's visit Is EMINGTON ,
fourth annual the day at the Sunland Hospital year will be State Treasurer J, "25" .
Orlando. Plans are for the Edwin Larson and his administrative LEKTRONIC II .
ukah party for Sunland TrainIng IHAVIH TM JHAVIH
group to be met by a delegation assistant Al Daye:
Center youngsters at 1:30: of city and county dignitaries State Sunland Director William l "Compare %01.'. Low Low Price On ot tonally FoAjs Remington Shavers"
of civic Maypole D I rector Goldma
pm.He representatives ; GIGANT\
and his toy laden truck clubs, and an escort provided and his assistant Colon Dixon:::1 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ZALE'S BUYING POWER
will be accompanied by a caravan Mrs. Wilma I
by the Sheriff's office. Helns Merchants
TELEVISION NIGN fIDEIITf composed of seven cars, Ray Phillips, Sunland superintendent Greea Stamp Company execu::11 I ZALE'S SHOP UNTIL\ P.M. EVERY NIGHT
sTEpEO MDIOI two clowns and a State Patrol Is also expected to live, and some 10 or 12 representatives
I escort for the 1,400 mile Jour- loin the group and accompanythem of groups active in I 12 l) UNIVE TY AVE.
new through Florida to bring the Center. mental health work. I I

holiday cheer to the more than In addition to to Gainesville and 'V..Krf.Mr..KMKrrYrKMy._[_.7-__._.__.._'._.,.._._.__..__.__.::eea_.0._._._.__"_______._.__.__.__._._.__.__._.___._.___.__,_.______..IK+IRrlr1 ._..___._..._..__._-.___.__+N1Wa_tK.__.._._."_ t
6,000 retarded children in 10 Orlando, parties are being held

SWIVELS Florida Statewide Institutions.The .Christ m a .-centers this year and In six In Sunland Dade County Cen- I

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(AP) A prisoner
at the Largo state road prison i 1223 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. -- NEXT TO CATOR MAR I

camp has lost a bid for freedom 5 OPEN 'TIL 9:00 EACH NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS
1i made on the ground mat the =
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I i I Ing was passed by a malappor- 8" BOWIE KNIFE GARC ABU
tloned stale Legislature. ""No. 9MS Peerless with genuine Solingen steel REFLEX\URE .

U. S. District Judge Joseph P.'I .,=-"=.;;. r compOrt at $15.95 ... $7.99 and then staghorn sheath hondl..nclleow..l"lun. mxtVpul.r I' fiihinf ,

I Ueb ruled Thursday that Frank '--.t.: No. 60 Long Btach Regular Regulars \
H Hamilton had not exhausted his : cartful whit I compOrt at $12.50 ,.. '6.25 $7.95 $4.99 7Sc \ 39
remedies In the state courts.I ALL flrtt to U e tortttlAut J No. 65 Long Beach

Hamilton was convicted of forgery S compOrt at $14.00$6.99 6" BOWIE KNIFE. LAPARLUE .
In Polk County last February ; No. 85 Sea and sentenced to five years r Boy -. with pearl handle and leather fh.ehe.. :. !Ie ulklnf ..bob... ...."...
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petition that the Legislature r 8.75 ILimiMl....l
Unconstitutional when it r compare at $17.50 ..
I passed a law In 1950 making armanclla' w No. 350M Ltrtl Lint .
/ 0 forgery an offense, and againIn v compOrt at $22.50 .. $11 .2S RB-3 STAINLESS 4-ILADEKAMP STEEL, REDANDWHlFPLASTIC
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he said, forgery was considered Ta Co.k OR No. 300 GARCIA MITCHELL t-
a bad check offense and a misdemeanor ] : ,".Iec., full l boil spinning reel and No.
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.. to receive all channels now on air only I for a misdemeanor.It'nlencedl y reel sear. FISHING WORMS MIRROLURES ',

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10 Goinesville Sun Friday December IS, W. ,

I I r& Dear Barry: Just Stick to Moral Decay 11 11cg CARTOONS SHOW /Jj

) Sfrw Uork {Ctmra he Senate, where yoU could tophe Gbenye and Svetoza last the U. N. the Alllancr By RUSSELL BAKER urn everything over to a ghostm ]Vukmanovlc Tempo. Progress and Secretary Mi 'oofed. Stick with moral rot and COMEDIESright
busy lawmaking days. I Most of the crowd has al Tamara in a dull itretch. bur nd communism and how trie ,
WASHINGTONDear Sen Right now, for example, ev-!ready predicted what kind o you have to grind it our foul Islon Is ruining us and when in your home
ator Goldwater1 Everybody Ir rybody in the society is up administration we will get Iron >r five days a week you're gr ver the Zamboanga urg this CHRISTMAS! \
the Society of Common Scolds igainst the December problem. Lyndon Johnson and what wil ng to run pretty short on panc 'em irresistible, wirte wha<
is delighted about your decision !-[It happens every year. What!happen Dean Burch. In fact stuff in a month like this ''w President must do to save MIGHTY MOUSE -
to become a full time with Congress away and the the clubhouse: crystal ball if A warning. In periods likt he country
, newspaper columnist, and it President lying low, there's I so smeared with palm prints this, you're going to be terri The beauty part Is tha' SHIRLEY TEMPLE-
seems only fraternal to send practically nothing cosmic to that you can't even see what sly tempted to fall back or 'Ou're not the President with
you a few professional tips Keep the old typewriter clack Robert Kennedy U going to ell oiling your readers what': advice pouring In on you from LITTLE RASCALS -
You're going to find that full I rong with them You know ill those; other
ing unless you happen to know to Mayor Wagner columnists DEPUTY DAWG HECKLE AND DECKLE
is not the same the routine. Moral rot and flabby -
time punditry the difference between Chris] Of course you can always
thin as writing a column fromJ oaunch Television and Someone's
Madison Avenue Pampered 8mm 50' $1.95200' $5.95WE

J Y I WE CAN SERVE 'kids and fancy cars. Cleaning Up HAVE PROJECTORS TO
All this is fine, but don't ever
j make the mistake of denouncing JACKSONVILLE (API-) lte SELL AND RENT!

King Mobile Homes, Inc. 250 I slipped plumbing.up and One gave fellow It here to nile Judge think Lamar a recent Wlnegeart advertisement Jrttn't JERNIGAN'SMotion .

and the will produce an aide he Picture Service
KIN plumbing last summer needs.
invites you to see the 's I mail from angry plumbers Is lie said the Civil Service 2538 N.E. 19th Dr. PH. 372.9691SUBURBIA
S LuncheonsIN still' coming In. On the subjectof Board advertised for a Juvenile
mail, Incidentally, senator ,
ALL NEW MOBILE HOME OdxOS} don't ever mention your Court counselor, bachelor'i de-
15 MINUTES! I unless II'eerequlred, at a starting .. .
own name in print you of\
4i try $185 biweekly
to get a barrel of letters DRIVE-IN
A For the fattest luncheon "Right next to it was an advertisement
service) in town it's King's I that will uncurl your hair. for a street cleaner, THEATRE
Food Host. I| Another basic don't: don't'write eighth grade education prffer-
Mid. about your dog you will red starting salary $100-() '450 a SATURDAY ONLY 7:00
1430 S.W. 13th STREET Open 11 om '
i cr deteriorate into writing about month," Wlnegeart said
U.S. 441 South lIite Fri & Sot. '"" your children and end up writing ......
about Peggy. Then, before 1 >
PHONE 378.1656 m, will a
you can stop yourself you
be writing open letters to poll. & 'II
with on MERMAIDS UNDER THE LIGHTS ticians. The oldtimers say S' ...,..,.r
"Stick with moral rot and communism .. TOHYRAHDALL a
UPSTAIRS BALCONY WEEKI-WACHEE a DAILY AT 5:15 PM It you want to go the ..eae...e a

distance" 11II Nl".'".....114 NW IM.AI,?Oc.'!I BURLIVES

BEDROOM! the amatinq About the worst tiling you *
etestOl>! can do Is to ask your readers COMPLETE SHOWS
egos for advice. As a columnist, you
I H3nkwlhemsl 1' will be expected to have the ENDS AlkmralhrntlM,MIUrf.Mwlw COI CUNMavu
Open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. V answers and to spell them out I 11I SAT.

t'' with no nonsense, writing UJ.: 3J: <:OI '::40
10 OF HIS 'r a things like, "moral rot won't' 1ft" FeefuroaioHN
378-2311 do," "The Supreme Court Is
4920 N.W. 13th St. GREATEST r t
wrong again," and "the President WAJME
SONGS! must act now."

650. HAMILTON No columnist In his right JOHN men
You've Heard About Them! SUSAN 510 BUTTONS OLIVES mind would publish a piece -- I

I asking, "Is a little moral rot
New Hear-and See, :Ii t1'wlt.:JhJr.. ......"..l. -. safe" Or "shall we give the ON6VANSREEFTECHNICOIOR
't-ii4" '" Supreme Coui't *
Enjoy Their } \ :yt.
,1; chance?" The Articles of Punditry -
'14' '. "
Talents! \
: : ? specify that subscribers 'fs niMn T> a aw m w a we wN1AriEt
CHUCK : : : : f I must know at all times, and ROOGERS & WAKEN IGhLiZO furor L4 U'=:
& n. Col. Sanders Says: those! who don't know will! soon at 1 ter ri 1 Nrierrl mu1
JEANNE .: 6 I find they art no longer being
I Be Sure to Our
Pianist ,,I Buy I Invited to the better salons 3rd Feature

and : AI CHRISTMAS SHOPPER :i The worst part about asking
Vocalist. :(for advice, though, la that your OKLAHOMA wn,slaw
I Direct Fran I readers will give it0 you. A WILUAM'SUSANHAHHOLDEN
Wilt Coed a z :'t"'J; fledgling columnist made the

-. APPEARING NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M.UNITED SPECIALBucket mistake several yean ago of YORK a
AT asking how to dispose! of coffee
grounds, and answers are CAPUCINET1coocetow uNI Tr a asnsVswri
LIQUORS still trickling In. Everybodysaid
coffee grounds should be
Lamplighter Lounge of Chickenreg. used for mulching gardens, a
r fact that was obvious to everybody
but the columnist.
3p. North Main at N.W. lath Are. This man's self confidence ;
1 I "* Cocktail Hour Every Evening 5 to 7 p.m, 3.95 NOW $350 was so'shaken that he was unable : ,
... Pay For A "Sin9l Get A "Double" for months even to write
Includes I a simple declarative denuncla-I ASSORT E0 CREAMS o delicloui/ assortment of true
FlavoredCVpptt creams, hand rolled and dipped in dark, milk
': 15 Pieces of Chicken tion ol television or i
;: Hot Rolls Avenue and cannot yet writea and summer chocolates.

MakeYour esewatia Cole Slow or Gravy convincing sentence about SUPREME ASSORTMENT assorted
i : the method for saving the chocolates with clusters, fruits,
Avulabl. .t Beth trwtl Phone skied mnt pick up ,.., wfa only nut caramels -
71 sJVaWd=fiT; =4Ti=g< ,Republican Party. I 5: nougats creams and other delicious

Call 378.1636 Kentucky Fried eit4en! i :try A final working point.In Senator the office.Don't It pieces.DELUXE ASSORTMENT our most pop.

t1i4Li41 Phone 6-6472 Phone 8-2959 doew't work out You have to ulor box, with creams. Little Rebels, coremelt. -
sit there for houn staring at Old South' Bene, mints and Florida
214 N.W. 13th Street 207 N.E. 16th Are I the typewriter, putting\ In blank'paper Marms"
discovering that It diM!.
,nt want to be written on, CAY PARTY MINTSI. .
1 DRIVEINTHEATRE I throwing It away, putting In shaped In bells, row or other
SUBURBIA more, staring, fighting the urge unique designs for holiday '"11'1.
DRIVE-IH THEATRE to give up and take a tramp isles.ttttt, .
STARTS TONIGHT 7:00 to Zamboanga.
2400 Hawthorne rW.20 phone FR 6.5011 ( i People will keep stopping by
to ask, "What do you do besides
STARTS TONIGHT 3 Smuts IfcEXCLUSIVE : r write the column It's not

going to be like the Senate s (Canbiti
FIRST "...- ..... where nobody ever asked, ,
FREE a ru.N.w "What do you do besides i
be a senator?
: Have Peggy fix you up_I sol-_ 1 1\1: 1." Jr4 H S"" FHONE' ( J/6 6U06
1 shocking! savage! sensual! a+ .

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l nce.Hawel _. Before you put that notebook and that pencil away, why don't
MN.e N.aer.e.Ma are
SarohMilesJ FOOD you write "Whot the Birth of Jews Christ Means to Me" Write It

'RobertWalktr John Ireland! lMot'tin r, in I 100 words or test and mall it to "Keep Christ in Christmas,"

Ross le 'Patt rson Jack tukCawT'o/+ I --5-'' Delightful Gainesville Sun. For the winning entry in three school: oge groups

2nd FUN HIT J; DRINKS grade school, junior high and high school we'll send our
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, gyt a,e _.ILUI rDWAIIDS eo JaM YM ; r G ,r Eeoutiful check for $10 to the religious or charitable group selected by

1 %see Dxi3N1Yfll PETERSKIERS DECOR the winner, Be sure to include your address, telephone number
4( JR03fRf Courteous and grade in school in your entry.

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L OF THI YEAR 1900 SW. 13* St.

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December 18. 1964 Gainesville_Sun---!.
p.m. at the Wesley Chi pel I Grove Primitive Baptist Churchon
News of InterestTo Methodist Church. Rev. Robert Sunday at 3 p.m.
Special Council Plans Dancer
James, pastor; Mrs. Amy This promises to be a very Teen Time
L. DcBose, reporter fine entertainment and the pub-

the Colored lic Is invited.
CommunityNews SPECIAL NOTICE There is no admission price,
but a free will offering will
The members of
University be accepted. Rev. R. J. Galnus,
Items for this pace should be dy phone at FR 65753. Do not send City Assembly No. 277 are requested pastor; Mrs. F. D. Shannon, reporter -
editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or birected to Ben F. Childs, Colored News to meet at the MasonIc .
items directly to the Sun office. Hall Sunday at 3 p.m.
r-utw .,,_..,. Was ...11....., will M r.urd .* Put During the meeting there
will be the election of officers. ALACHUA NEWS
CHOIRS SPONSOR A motorcade will then go to man; Mrs. C. L. Souder, Re
Mrs. Lottie McPherson, L.L Plans Program
CHRISTMAS PARTYAll Sunland Training Center and porter. r

members of the unionire 1 I. sponsor a Christmas party atone The New Hope Baptist
asked to( meet at Greater of the Cottages. SPECIAL NOTICE CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSJohnson Church will have Its Christmas h .N
Bethel A. M. E. Church Sun All members are asked to be Choirs Nos. 1 and 2 will program on Dec. 24 at (30
day at 2 p.m. present and on time. F. G. meet at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Chapel Baptist p.m. at the church.
The regular devotion and col Wingate, president; Mrs. F. D Church today at 7:30 p.m. There will be Christmas rehearsal The public is invited to attend
lection of dues will be d 1 Is- Shannon, secretary; Mrs. A. for rehearsal. today, 7 p.m. Rev. L. A. Tillman, pastor ', :
patched. M. Prldgen Program C hateEARL'S Ushers' Board No. 1 w Ill Mt. Carmel Baptist Sunday ; Mrs. 1. Williams, reporter. x w
School, (30: a.m.; morning i
I meet Sunday at 3 p.m.
worship 11 am; B.T.U., J:3C
The members are to
I p.m.; and evening worship, 7 NOTICE
PRE-HOLIDAY SALE be present and on time. Levi
Ma this president. p.m. There will be mid week The Floral Court of Lodge
Meditation Services Tuead! a y, No. 54 will hold its last meet-
Pianos and Organs 7:30: p.m.; Youth Forum, Ing in the year today at S p.m.
NOTICE Wednesday, 7:30: p.m.; Teach at the regular meeting place.
J New WurhUtr Spinet. Early American Maple The Friendly Choirs Union ers' Meeting Thursday, 7:30:
will convene at the Johnson
Was S49S.CO. NOW $525.00 1 Only Chapel Baptist Church Sundayat p.m.Its rehearsal; and the Friday Choir will 8 have p.m. CLUB SLATES MEETINGThe arrangements for the annual Teen Time Christmas Dance this

Beautiful 38" Spinet African Mahogany 3 p.m. Rev.. W. J. Taylor Rev. T. A. Wright, pastor; Mrs. Mt Olive Primitive Bap Friday evening are the officers, left to right Miss Arlene Howard, secretary;
Was $855.00 NOW $625.00 1 Only pastor; Deacon' Alex Johnson, Esther Hamm reporter. tist Poverty Fund Club will 1 Jimmy Barkley, vice-president, Miss Bill Kidwell, president, and Miss Barbara
president; Lillle B. Hall, re- Shady Grove Primitive Bap- hold its meeting on Monday ntS Alvarez, secretary and Mrs. K. L. Kaeslm, Youth Director of the City Recreation .

New. Full 88-Nore Spinet . $495.00 porter. tistSunday School with Ronnie p.m. at the regular meeting Center. Dressy clothes are to be worn for the dance, scheduled from 7:30
Bench Extra Fox, junior superintendent, place. Miss Barbara W a t son, until 10 p.m. The new Council officers were chosen at last week's dance when

) ARREDONDA NEWS in charge, 10 a.m.; the deacons reporter. a voting machine was used in the election.
New Wurlirser Organ, all transistor, $695.00 Christmas Program
will be in charge of the devotional .
Demonstrator The' Wesley Chapel Metho- Rev.C. UF Co-ed try, was won by 17 year-
Wurlitier Organ services, 11 a.m.; Club Lists of Waukegan
Country old Joanne Swanson -
Was 1355.00 NOW $IC95.00I OnlyBe dist Church will have its Christ- J. Johnson will preach and will her
111 who use
mas 'program at 6.30 p.m. on Deacon David Jones will con- Winner In .
( sure and see the Sunday with Miss F lor e eta duct the devotional services, I 1 $5,000 first prize earningsto
Teen Contest for a four year college
Vinson, a sophomore at T u s- pay
new Wurlitser Stereo) Holiday PartiesFirst
kegee Institute, in charge. p.m.Wesley Chapel Methodist -
Music will be furnished by Sunday School 10 a.m.; morning Nancl! Magram of 1824 NW
EARL'S PIANO CO. Miss Mae Edith Warren, a worship 11 a.m.; and Rev.G. of several parties plan- ner dance will be given December 3rd Place, has been selected
Junior at Bethune. Cook m I n S. Cameron and his congregation ned through the Yuletide Sea- 31 with members prlviledg- as one of the top prize win-
702 W. UNIV. AVE. College. of Mt Nebo Methodist n e r s In the Maiden or m
son by the Gainesville Golf and ed to bring both In and out of
Choir Union ,To Appear Church will conduct a j Join I "Teen Dream" contest.
Country Club will be the an- town guests. Dinner Is to be
Colonial Plaza Ph. FR 2-691 The Undenominational I services, S p.m. Rev. Robert nual Christmas party Saturday served from 7 until 10 p.m. Miss Magram is a sophomore -
I Choirs' Union will appear in a James Mrs. De- student at the Unlv r-
pastor; Amy night for members and out of with dancing from ( p.m. until
musical, .. program Monday at t Bose, reporter. town guests only. 1 a.m. sity of Florida.
I Emanuel Baptist Sunday An hor d'oeuvres and eggnog She will\ receive a 17-jew el
\ LAST MINUTE SANTA! School 10 a.m.; morning worship -party Is scheduled from 7 to Reservations must be made Gruen wristwatch for submitting s
11 a.m.; B.T.U., 1:30: p.m.; 1:30: p.m. Saturday with din for the New Year's Eve event. one of the selected I IQUALITr

Ii \ Still wondering what tot and evening worship, (:30 p.m. ner from 7 to 10 p.m. and New Year's Day the golf fifth place entries.Maldenform's .
Choir No.( S will have its rehearsal course and snack bar will be contest, which
dancing from I p.m. until 1
.. \i get Aunt Martha, your boss, Monday, 7:30: p.m.; and a.m. open although the club will be was held this fall for teenage DISCOUNT
Grand-Dad? there will be prayer meeting closed. girls I across the c 0 loni -
ti Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. Rev. T. D Reservations for this semi L -- _
A Davis Mrs. M. E. Mid- formal affair should be made.
r Parties for children of members wlwl wl
\.JJA.t' lleton, reporter. : I + i. a. i. i w +
Johnson Chapel Baptist are being planned next
Sunday School 9:45: 'a.m.; week with two arranged Sunday I OPEN ,SUNDAYS 1-6 P.M. Jj

PLUM PUDDING 'W morning worship I 11 a.m.; afternoon.
B.T.U., S:30 p.m.; and night A Santa Claus party is listed ; NOW 'TIL CHRISTMASJii;
.-. service, 7;30 p.m. The Christmas In the club ballroom from Mf Monday thru Saturday 9: a.m. 10: p.m. jft
iarmantlla's program will be presented 3 until 4:30: p.m. for y o u n g
Dec. 23, Wednesday at 7:30: children. Age groups will Include I )

Garden of p.m. Rev. W J. 'Taylor, pas- pre school first, second LADIES' & CHILDREN'S'SLIPPERS -
or..; Eating TtIE tor; ; Mrs. Harriet Jones, report- and third grade children of .s
members. Hostesses for this 1 :
nestled In a 706 W. Unlv. er.Zion Temple A.M.E. Zion party are Mrs. W. C. Thomas V2 Ct. of DIAMONDS 2

package of Avee Y&onFlrs Church School 10 a.m.t morning Jr. and Mrs. Howard McKln- r3aonlalr.' 1rId.t I.t ,..d..t :=:
other delicacies? ) worship 11 a.m.; and evening ney. i ,' F i SNC ,.blle or o..oId. g
'. worship 6 p.m. Rev. W. Children of members in the -.
M. Moxon, pastor. fourth, fifth and sixth grades I =
Gourmet Coffees will be entertained from 2 to Soft, & comfortable colorful Longwearing Er a9oo .... I
and Teas TO SPONSOR PROGRAMThe 4:30: p.m. In the Teen Room. I =- ..E
Juvenile Lodge No. 113 Mrs. Charles P inkes on split-leather soles vinyl uppers
Nuts Chocolates Bon-bons aM M dl.n.nd., 5d.y end.wry I.e.
will a Christmas program and Mrs. Philip\! Barton are to Pa. N..rl..d Apm.l "w.M oMo."k I1r
sponsor ,..... _
I and 100% acrylic fiber knit cuff. Guo rwp
fb-g. Wednesday Dec. 23, all I serve as hostesses. C-pje a 10'1"I' /.- .
Gourmet gifts from,J9e to $32.50 p.m. at the Oak Grove Baptist December 23, the aeml.fo"l I. .
A Church with. Rev. S. J. Simpson mal Christmas dance for college Black White

.....V IRIV efK pastor. and senior high school i == I
f..t A I Choir No. :3 I of the Mt. Her- students will be held from & Assorted Pastels. C
UNUSUAL. 1 man Baptist Church will fur. 1:30: until 11:30: p.m. Music for 7 7
Ladies. SMLChildren's
A nish the music on the occasion. dancing will be played by the
TREE ORNAMENTSFrom i The public Is Invited. Mrs. C. Barracudas. Hostess chairmanfor Size 82GAINESVILLE Pr.GO .
,W. Wright, conductress and re- this event is Mrs. Mitchell

Far-Away Lands porter.IN Baumstein. :
Good December 30, a Teen D a nee'' Ua. Ov '=
BAIRD HARDWARE features \ '
for[ Junior high school studentsis FIRST TO -Yovr Choke of Famotu
Christmas ornaments that people MEMORIAM: =
have not seen for years, cigars Fifteen years ago( Dec. 18, planned from 7:30 to 10::30 Convenien.tLoyony : GRUEN, HELBROS "
clothes to be N E I S N R' a
Party E
are (
while others have never thrill. 1964, Cod sealed the lips and p.m. \ OR WALTHAMi15'
AI with all
and worn. Hosts for this party wi Ube i 1t HUM Mr tw< M *M* ftt gi
brother ,
of our son .
ed at seeing them at all. eyes Mr. and Mrs. Ned Scott and' Plan ,? WI.I.
i Y11a IOC 4.11 '.0 l7 |>MK. i
C. W.
Joseph (Joe) Larry. Mrs. .. ...... .
Be Different the extrapleasure : *i .ae.pd... -
i Wright, mother; Green Larry Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Courtney.i E.N"3Ja..,..... EF' 5

Decorate your tree with a [ brother. Annual New Year's Eve din-I SHOPPING CENTER 5' :is $5 700MEN'S

touch of the olden days.
that comes Holiday Party 1130 North Main StreetLight
I with The New Salem Baptist Planned By
Apple Lites. Grape Lites. Pear
Church will presents Its Christmas ,I
Lites, Jewel Lites Poinsettia BSPhi Chapter
program Dec. 23 at 7:JO
Lites, Cookie Lltei. Icicle MILD p.m. at the church. Husbands will be guests for .as.a-feather leather
Lites. Ginger Bread Boy Lites, A The public Is invited to at the Christmas party of Alpha
Bird Lites I etc. tend. Rev. C. J. Johnson, pas- Lambda chapter of Beta Sigma with matching gingham lining

i iJ3fIRD SMOOTH tor; Mrs. P. L. Scott, reporter. Phi sorority Saturday eve- ,
FEATURED ONLY AT ning at the home of Mrs. William

Sixth Avenue. GJtRRMJliD
....... e.ee.. j I PROGRAMThe Mt.: Carmel Baptist l Following a smorgasbord 1) -wapa..da..a OR HUIIOS..row.

Church will have Its ann u al dinner, a gift exchange be- -.... -= .,
tween secret sisters will beheld =, ..,.
Christmas Sunday at ELITE"Comly. p.n e. I.ea
4'ethaM coig CIGARS 5:30: p.m. at program church. Miss Mildred and gifts will be presented we'. w yew ...Id a.a". G
.. ..
( to husbands of members.Arrangements E
Williams, chair I mac; Slippers sri
for the holt I g s 101. $1591
WfREE I RAKING: ON TOWER LOTUS helpers are: Mrs. Affie Wright,:
day event were completed during .. __ -::::
: tJ ally gift wrapped'In Mrs. Virginia Hayes and Mrs
YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE wiUt.1tIrt.William 0
a recent meeting
holiday Ruth Klniey. Rev. T. A. Wright,
THE STORE THATS MORE j pacVagti of IS't, and JO'S pastor: Mrs. Esther W. Hamm, D. Baker.
THAN JUST A HARDWARE STORE -S1.7Jle$34J reporter. Co hostess and pre cram
chairman for the evening was
.1IJI.1!.......>wrwsssa.s.a.asssss.as..rs.saarwaas.sss. s0 ;
: Mrs. Allan a Baer Jr.
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Century The following persons con-I
Blouses Lady Manhattan Pajamas tlnue ill In their homes: Mrs.

Skirts Cas Cob Gowns Julia Worthy Mrs. Sheba John-
and Mrs. Eetella Knowles.
Slacks Robes sin t Kr+
dh Mrs. F D. Shannon, reporter. TRAVEL CLOCK
Sweaters Peignoirs I

Shorts ..,' Slips
"t TO APPEAR IN PROGRAMThe .r d.....d1. 1... ........... E

=: Florida Suwannee and
'\\ 3 the Gospel Harmoners of Lake' $397stem

'...tiJj. City, will appear In a j Joint
J- .. .jt HER musical program at the Shady Heaven Blue

C\ .!:t yd e LQOUflS) and Black Leather

:1 :\ : at Christmas FOB JUST Sises AA-I 4 to 10 $5O C I IifrNe1.Asc

Burlington \ 73i. Wl&h. $hedewliae 1\41.; SampleSale 7HI I! SJSHTGHUSTBAS USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE [ :. J


.i 311 NW 13th St. CAM) ?
:: v lamps You'll lid It !. ear BUrl
5t any
coatlttt selection ofHtllmirkCkriiiats =: "

OUTFITS '' ACCESSORIES 20*i to SOS off cuds h yen are PAGAN'SBOOTERY g Ira Stocks

Dresses Serbin Jewelry Christmas Ornaments enough to seal the my B MBM._ .

Suits Nardis Cosmetics 85e dOl.fiaJJurrt CHESNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT | FREE No.. .. _

Coordinates Mancinl Stockings CO., :... 84cfo$4.83jFriday.

Ensembles Jr. Theme Knee Socks eJnfttt" oU INC
Formats Lynbrook. HandbagsOPEN 102 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

8130: A.M. UNTIL 9 P.M. THRU DEC. 23 21 S.W. 10th St. 106 W. University Ave. Free Parking on 1st Federal Lot
FR 2-M2I
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friday December 18, 1964 Gainesville Sun Y

I Bride-to-be Complimented I Io UIOIMIl E Ago THE f ffltlllLy, Affianced Couple I

honor Miss Betty Pound, A wedding ring-arrangement 1 len, Mrs. Ben 0. Franklin Mri Ruth Weimar. Women's_.Editor I II
!e elect of Alvin Alsobrook of white camellias formed the'S. A. Hussey, Mrs. W C. Thomas Is ComplimentedTo
nuptial coffee was given centerpiece for the serving ta Jr. and Mrs. L. W. Gra SellTrees
nesday morning by Mrs ble with a chandelier arrangement ham. I Girl Scouts j Ruth ,seasonal flowers decking the
honor Miss Mary
M. Parrlsh and Mrs. L. K. of white wedding bells
Those assisting In the living Ted luncheon tables.
Hazen and her fiance,
ards of Irvine at the form- and white velvet ribbons used
home. above the table. room were Mrs. Harry Duncan, 'r+ Raymond Brown, a luncheon Thursday evening, the Pow
Mrs. S. T. Dell Mrs. J. N. Anderson 1e will be given Saturday noon at!ells were twits at their homeIn
ecelvlng guests with the Pouring coffee were Mrs. W Jr. and Mrs. W. B. Slotesbury. the Holiday Inn In Wllllston by Williston for an open house
rae were her mother, Mrs. A. Shands, Mrs. Everett M t Mr. and Mrs. B. Maxey Powell I(honoring their nephew and his
Addison Pound Jr., h erdmother Yon, Mrs. Harwood Dolbeareand of WIlliston, uncle and aunt'I'fiancee. Guests were limited to
Mrs. C. Addison I, Mrs. S. W. Getzen. I sented Camellia to the corsages bride-to-be were pre-and of the bridegroom elect ,close friends of the coup I.,
nd ST., and the two hostessitlde The Hazen Brown nuptials members of the family and out
Assisting In'the dining courtesies her mother and her grand
here for
if town guests
were Mrs. W G. BoltinJr. mother by the hostesses. will be
|wedding festivities
4 In the First Baptist -'
appointments deeed ., Mrs. John Malnes, Mrs. W. I Luncheon Fetes Bride afternoon Church at followed by a reception :i This afternoon the bride-to-be
: the Fairish home C. O'Neal, Mrs. W. B. McMiJl.EARL'S Thursday afternoon Miss at the Alpha Delta and her mother Mrs. Winifred

Pound was complimented with. PI Sorority house. Ha/en entertained with the
a luncheon given at the Hoi Luncheon guests will\ be limited brklesmnlds luncheon at the
PRE-HOLIDAY SALE day Inn by Mrs. J. Malcolm 1 to members of the bridal Primrose Inn. A silver an d
Alday and her daughter, M 1'1. party and out of town R\leRts.1 white color note was featured
Pianos and OrgansNew William George McCrea. Table appointments in the table appointments.
color I This evening Mr. and Mrs.
red and white
A pink and white color note phailze a
Wiirlitxer Spinet. Early American Maple was followed in the luncheon \ scheme with wedding bells and Raymond W. Brown of Middle-
; town, Ohio, will entertain with
Was 595.00 NOW $525.00 1 Only appointments with pink lOses ,
I Iw the rehearsal dinner for lot I las
Beautiful 38" Spinet African Mahogany adorning the table. M+IwNtr Hazen and their son at the
Was $855.00 NOW $625.00 I Only Corsages of pink roses wer ,,... Gainesville Golf and Country
presented to Miss Pound and Club.
New Full 88-Nota Spinet . $495.00 her mother, Mrs. C. Addison Later In the evening, Tom
Bench Extra Pound Jr.. and a gift of chin r Events Laughnn, a member of the
also was given the honor gues .
New Wiirlitxer Organ ail transistor/ $695.00 1,4tt wedding party will give a bachelors .
at his home honoring
Guests included the honoree, party
Wurlitier Organ Demonstrator TODAY, December It .
the bridegroom elect Assisting
her mother, Mrs. W. A. Shan
NOW $1095.001 Only ChristmasDance
Was 1355.00 Tern Time
courtesies will be
Clifford A In the
Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs.
T:30 to 10 pm, City FredT.
and Mri.
his Dr
(Be sure and see the C. Beasley, Mrs. Loonli Blitcl parents
Mrs. Gus McGr If. Mrs. Bill I Robert Gould and hiss young daughter, Putty Jo are two of many customers Recreation Center.Gainesville School Seni Lsughon Jr., and his sister,
new Wurlitier Stereo) Fleming. Mrs. Walter D. Wi searching for a Christmas tree "just right" for their hone. The one they High. "Best FeetForward Miss Nol! LaiiRhon.I" .
)Hams, Mrs. Newton Ebau ah. found was purchased from Mariner Girl Scout Troop 452, which In conducting Class" p.m., Auditorium -
EARL'S PIANO CO. Mrs. Marcus Conant, Mrs its annual tree dale at the Girl Smut house NW Eighth Avenue. Mariner taking Assembly I Christmas

Richard Conant, Mrs. Cord n' their turn as saleswomen are Miss Sarah Myers, right, and Miles Nancy Junior Dance I to 10,30 ".m..
702 W. UNIV. AVE. H. Blitch, Mrs. W. B. Stntei 110h+chuh Gainesville Woman's Club I
bury, Mrs. Raymond E Watt+ West University Avenue. .
[Colonial Plaza Ph. FR 2-9691 son. Miss Anne Jones Mil II House House for parent
Ashton Barfield, Miss Sand)' Open
members, I until a p.m.,
Taylor, Miss Carolyn Johnson @
ttW 1 Mrs. Don Williams hostess.II

TODAY, December v--II Tea complimenting Miss Mrs Fredrick G. Scholfleld.Wlntmet George and' the Dragon"Little
130 Gainesville
l Still wondering what to Julie Cheves, fiancee of William Burnett's Lake Theater, 40M NW IIUi Boul ttscouklY
Rehearsal dinner for Miss
: Aunt Martha, boss, Babcock Road, Alachua.
'w ii. get your Caroline Steckert and their N. Daytona .evard.. -- .
v Grand-Dad? son, John E. Hudson Jr., 5:45: Beach, 1.30 to 4 p.m.., Miss -

p.m., Mr. and Mrs. John, E. Judy Spurlock, Miss Kathryn (!(!( ( (!( ( ( ( **" -ir t
Hudson, Eanquet Room, Park Brooke and Mrs. Donald

Lane Cafeteria Brooke, at the Utter's home OPEN SUNDAYS 1-6 P.M.NOW i j jft tti. .

r Rehearsal dinner for Miss
Dinner honoring Miss
: PLUM PUDDING Mary Ruth Hazen and their ty Pound and her fiancee Alvin I, C Monday thru Seturdey--9s .,m.* lOl p.m. Jf!,
T- I'tarmanctta son and. Mrs. I IE. I I
7::30 p.m,, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Alsobrook, Mr >> )aaa>>aa>>Jtaa););>>a11 I ,1O1 : '.
mond W. Brown, Gainesville Finley Cannon Jr., Matt
of Golf and Country Club. Cannon and Mr. and Mrs. LADIES' & CHILDREN'S' I
Garden 1E Newton Ebaugh and William I
4 2 Eating Informal party to compliment Bennett, at the Cannon home Ct, ot. DIAMONDS

nestled In a 706 W. Univ. Miss Betty Pound and 207 NE Ninth Avenue. SLIPPERS e..oiv,. 1iIt e.0 r.nd.n/
of Ave. her fiance, Alvin Alsobrook, r t.w.n11. W 1.115. .
package 6'f 1:30: p.m. Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Wedding of Miss Caroline
other delicacies ) Hussey and Mr. and Mrs Steckert, daughter of Mrs. r
Leo J. Thomas, MO NW Mrd. William H. Sterkert, and Mgt .,
Gourmet Coffees John Evans Hudson Jr, son Soft & comfortable colorful Long. ay. I'w
61frJIbu SATURDAY December II and Mrs. John E. Hudson -
and Teas ot Mr wearing split-leather soles vinyl up..
Wedding of Miss Mary 2 pm, Holy Trinity h,4. rIr 11 r. ,rl S ert./y, O.H
Nuts Chocolates BonbonsGourmet Ruth Hazen, daughter of Mr. Episcopal Church. Reception pers and 100% .acrylic fiber knit tuft!, VrIiNMd.r .
Room W it
and Mrs. Winfred Hazen, and following In the Patio v : !
sifts from 19e to $32.50 .kcM Ted Raymond Brown, son of of the Hotel Thomas. i I Black White

A Mr and Mra. Raymond W. SUNDAY, December ft
IetK.......ei......t.eerKtK.e..eaa.rrsay.ewtir.ew.eraw" Brown of Middletown, Ohio & Assorted Pastels. C
; A 4 pm, First Baptist Church. Tea honoring Miss Kay I 7'7
UNUSUAL Reception following at the Nelson, fiancee of R e n 1111 Ladies S-M-L
Alpha Delta Pi House.BrHe Wiggins. 130 pm, Mrs. R : Pr.QO .
TREE ORNAMENTSFrom 1 E. L. Greene and her daughters Children's Size 82OAINISVILLI -
malds luncheon honoring Miss Lois Wheeler and w
Mine Beth Meadows, Greene, MS
; 'Mlai Betty Jane
For-Away Lands Uaa Ou
bride-elect of Shelton Boylet,
Good NW Jlit Terrace. f/RST TO Lhtric* of F mouiGRUIN
Mrs. Paul Symaor,
Christmas have not ornaments teen for that years people -, ,: cigars Holiday Inn.Rehearsal. MONDAY, December It I N E I S S Ler' OR WAUHAMTM
tM MM >
reception! wv
Post wedding J .,. .
while others have never thrilled : with all dinner honoring I b ,1. *"" "'
their daughter, tt.. 105.dd / 5r Wrh
and << .
w ot seeing them at all. : Miss Beth Meadows 5wbw ". .We.wr
a 'h' Be Different the extrapleasure their son, Shelton Boy let, Mrs. rrledrlch Wolf Horner, i
Mr. sod M r.. D. Carlo and Mr, Hornet Cleveland\ at ease. $1700MEN'S
y! Decorate your tree with a : Boyles, Primrose! Inn. Ohio 3 until T p m., Mr, and I SHOPPING CINTIR

touch of the olden days. ; 1110 North MaU Street
i that

i See : with Pre-nuptiaL Events
Apple Cites, Grape Lfei. PearLites : II

I btes., Jewel Cookie Lites Lites., Poinsettia Icicle j. MILD Steckert U.",-.....,..,..... ......r..

I Bird Lites Lites Ginger etc.Bread Boy Lit... : Fete Miss with matching flteflfcam"DRLITB"1fftIft II

I SMOOTH Mrs. J. Watt Klrkpatrlrk and lain with the rehearsal dinner
i FEATURED ONLY AT Mrs. John W Klrspatrlck OJ at the Banquet room of the
TAMPANUGGET entertained today with t h Park Lane Cafeteria honor I ng e- WALTHAM
bridesmaids kinrheon Win I ,I Miss Steckert and their son. 14 OR HELBROSM

FII1" j Miss Caroline Steckert, bride Red candles camellias and
elect of John E. Hudson Jr., al spruce will be combined todecorste '
the Gainesville Golf and Country the dinner tables.
.jaNk" Cv.aKg 1 CIGARS Club. > ] // w
t I The Steckert: Hudson nuptials Comfy Sllpptrs $J5 .
E '!If fREE FKRMNG ON TONER LOT : White flowers In I weddlni win take place Saturday
Ajj .+Ify ojff wroppais Mkcndtom ring arrangement outlined b at J "m. in the Holy Trinity
USE YOUR CENTRAL CHARGE : JwllJoyaclioatfl aqua tulle centered the luncheon Episcopal Church followed bya

INS ITOSI THAT'S MOs .. 2"',, end $ /. table and white tulle ball reception In the Patio Roomof
I THAN JUST A MAROWARI stoatewwwwwer.wwwwwwwwwswwwwws.wwwwwwswwwwwws. -IL7JMI14 were party favors. the lintel Thomas. F.

..wow w Miniature angel, place card 1- ._- k s

marked places for the bridal
SPORTSWEAR Karet LINGERIE party and Mrs. W. H. Stacked: i.
Century mother II the bride to band
Blouses Lady Manhattan Pajamas Mrs. John t. Hudmn Sr. {
Skirts Cot Cab Gowns mother of the bridegroom ramsii n r H X

Slacks RobesSweaters elect CLCCKwd.

'', .. Peignoirs Gifts el ulcer were ptlfllted. A ... .... .
Shorts Slips Miss SUckert by the hostesees. I, M M w

For .Rrbranal Dhmrr TeelgM ;397ostum

This evening, Mr and Mrs.
HER John E. Hudson It win enter Heaven Blu
CJ' and Block Leather
rI) at Chrrstmas 1 SI... 4 t. 10 $650

.L- \ :ill1 L J m SampleSale; YM! SISHT J USE YOU CENTRAL CHARGE i ae1 1 :
lerlia 4 fee t.JM. t ILGrLS Sh./.IiN J;; tM1BTIAtCADI
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311 HW Utlt St. furniture .- "1

v IfWII.4 If l. see Buy enp
tamps ease,lcte MlMitai ., Neci1ar. 't.

20!. to 50!. off H.II.... C.',..... PAGAN'SBOOTERY Its slue ( .
OUTFITS ACCESSORIES oHs "Wnr* m eveeiOTffc ..
Ckrttri* Oreemets 0 aced the any
Dresses Serbia. Jewelry' 'n: ...... r seen J
Nardis CosmeticsCooedinetcs S5< fts.Qallu CHISNUT OFFICEEQUIPMENT
Suits 84c to $1.88
... .. .,
Menial; Stockings; CO., t-- ,

Ensemble Jr. Tfceme Knee Sock J"'io" INC. 102 W. UNIVf RSITY'AVI.

Formats L.broolc. H.adb.gs 104 W. U.J*ers. y A'e.f Free Perking en fit feelerol U I
OPEN 3:30 A.M. UNTIL 9 ,.M.. THRU DIC. 23 21 S.W. 10th St. r %.'411 t
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10 Gainesville Sun Friday, December 15, IY01, ,,_. -- _/ I

I f" i1 Dear Barry: Just Stick to Moral Dew) 11 CARTOONSand SHOW t'yF P

Jfrw flark( Ilmwi '1e Senate, where you could tophe Gbenye and Svetorr 'ast the U. N.. the Allian! ry office at home. Sound! COMEDIESright
By RUSSELL BAKER urn everything over to a ghoslin t Vukmanovic Tempo. r Progress and Secretary &* :ocd Stkk with moral ro' r
busy lawmaking days. Most of the crowd has al Tamara In a dull stretch, bit nd communism and how telr
"j WASHINGTONDear Sen Right now, for example, evTybody ready predicted what kind o you have to grind it our fouir islon Is ruining us and, when in your home
ator Goldwater' Everybody Ir in the society is up, administration we will get fro.1JLyndon five days a week, you're g( ver the Zamboanga urg' this CHRISTMAS!
.' the Society of Common Scolo igainst the December problem Johnson and what wil ng to run pretty short on para 'em irresistible, wirte wha'
is delighted about your. dec! [It happens every year. What happen to Dean Burch. In fact stuff In a month like thi. .ie President must do to save MIGHTY MOUSE C;
lion to become a M time with Congress away and the the clubhouse crystal ball! II A warning. In periods Ilk: ie country.
newspaper columnist, and It President lying low, there;. so smeared with palm print :his, you're going to be tern The beauty part Is tha SHIRLEY I TEMPLE -
seems only fraternal to send practically nothing cosmic to that you can't even see wha' ly tempted to fall back 01 ou're not the President wit MJ
I ', you a few professional tips. keep the old typewriter clacking Robert Kennedy Is going to dc tiling your readers what' dvice pouring In on you from LITTLE RASCALS Chetand
fulltime; unless you happen to know to Mayor Wagner. strong with them. You know ill those other columnists. DEPUTY DAWG HECKLE AND JECKLE
the difference between Chris- Of. course. you. can always. the routine. Moral rot and flab 24th
writing a column from -
thing as oy paunch. Television am Someone'sCleaning 8mm-50'-$1.95 200'$5.95WE Mrs
I Madison Avenue. Pamperet ; all
WE CAN SERVE Ids and fancy cars. Up AVE_ PROJECTORS TO And,
All this is fine, but don't ever boy.
[make the mistake of denouncing JACKSONVILLE (AP-) JIV" SELL AND RENT!
King Mobile Homes Inc. 250 plumbing. One fellow here nile ioesn't Judge think Lamar Wlnegeart Jr. JERNIGAN'SMotion
slipped up and gave it to a recent advertisement MJHow:
plumbing last summer and the will produce an aide he Picture Service ,
invites to see the mail from plumbers Is Ph. 372-9691 Tam
you LuncheonsIN angry He said the Civil Service 2538 N.E. 19th Dr.
still coming in. On the subject Board resa
for a Juvenile .
of mail, incidentally, senator
ALL NEW MOBILE HOME don't ever mention your Court counselor, bachelor's degree !
required, at a .
15 MINUTES! starting salary
unless mos
own name print you of
Per the fastest luncheon want to get a barrel of letters $185 biweekly. DRIVEN)NTHEATRE Cun
"Right next to it was an advertisement SUBURBIASATURDAY beth
service' 'In town it's King'sFood that will uncurl your hair. for a street cleaner, Chri
Host. Another basic don't: don'twrite eighth grade education
preferred Johr
I about your dog, you will starting salary 1400-1450() ONLY 7:00
Y y: 1430 S.W. 13th STREET Open 11 em deteriorate into writing about month," Wlnegeart said. Sail)
U.S. 441 South nits Fri, is Sot. 'titl your children and end up writing ,,.......,,, P NyoDERtlaHTS- Myr
before ,
about Peggy. ,
378.1656 r eAr..Ly.rla
you can stop yourself, you will Nina
be writing open letters to poli + c. vile
with on MERMAIDS UNDER THE LIGHTS ticians. The oldtlmerj) say, '. Won
.* /
"Stick with moral rot and communism \ .. TONY RANDALL l.M ,
UPSTAIRS BALCONY WEEKI-WACHEE DAILY AT 5:15 PM If you want to go the ......... nie

I distance." y Nf 11tH A...JU NW 13th.AIM Oc.l. BURL I VIS. Trer
BEDROOM! 8to1op ( About the worst thing 'you ami,
can do is to ask your readers COMPLETE SHOWS a -c BARBARAEDENWILLIAM Rob'.
p's9 nOysinger t for advice. As a columnist, you Mrs
HankWi/isn73l1 will\ be expected to have the ENDS a 'rrod :+rs/COLOR a Shai
Open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1 answers and to spell! them out -.u.aa.:. SAT. 5 UNotoul PICTU

tr 011 with no nonsense, writing 1255 3 JO, (:05, 1.40
10 OF HIS things like, "moral rot won'tdo 2nd Feature Jo
Ph. 378-2311 "The Court is WellMoo
4920 N.W. 13th St. GREATEST Supreme
wrong again," and "the President
must act now." trlci
610. HAMILTON No columnist In his right JONNFOADV Is, :
You've Heard About Them! SUSAN OLIVER Sky!
RED BUTTONS mind would publish a piece
asking, "is a little moral rot CND burs
Now Hear-and See, .. safe?" Or "shall we give the W11 7 -A. candy
Court another
Enjoy Talents Their r + t chance Supreme?" The Articles of Punditry CHMcoLoRIIGE11 Rob Don'
that subscribers so ma laLana- MrErl.1MARVUI
CHUCK'' u. 5kr I must know specify at all times, and RODGERS & AliN WARDEN ROMEO f fora) IAMB:":."teati Rob ise
& 1'JEANNE' Col. Sanders Says: those who don't know will soon HAMMERSTEIN > e w r.ilswses 10 Pie!
find they are no longer being
Pianist Be. Sure to Buy Our invited to the better salons. 3rd Feature no.

and e CHRISTMAS SHOPPER The worst part about asking r
Vocalist '' for advice, though, Is that your OKLAHOMA w..a o Blow.
Dlnct Irma readers will give it to you. A In
,I w.1t Cad fledgling columnist made the SUSANNAH tedDep

t APPEARING NIT ELY FROM 9:00 P.M.. SPECIALBucket I mistake several yean ago of HOLOEN YORKCAPUCINE ,
asking how to dispose of coffee ,-.,.. Cool
t grounds, and answers are '-0 TECIIICOtOR'' UMITEOARTIST! R
I rJ UNITED LIQUORS :still trickling in. Everybodysaid

\t fl Lamplighter Lounge : of Chicken i used coffee for mulching grounds gardens should,be a St.NE day:

/ fact that was obvious to everybody AveAi

I .]: ..*North flavor, N.W, fOlh Ave. I This but man's1 the columnist self confidence CANCYPti SL
Cocktail Ho"ur Every; Evening 5 to 7 p.m.Imo' ,. i reg3.95 NOW $350 was so shaken that fie was unable t, i
Pay for A "Slnsle' Get A"Double"DRIVf.lN for months even to write W.
Includes I declarative denunciation : ASSORTED CREAMS a delicious assortment of true
15 Pieces of Chicken a of television or Madison flavored creams, hand rolled and dipped in dark, milk alE
Hot Rolls Avenue and cannot yet writea and summer chocolates. 37th

ak ur eser tations NO Cole Slow or Gravy convincing sentence about SUPREME ASSORTMENT assorted I It, '
method for saving the chocolates with nut clusters, fruits Thu
Avilliblt, .t both Main Pk.... .h... end pick v, your coder the only Y cara
Republican Party.A mels nougats, creams and other delicious 1st

Call 373.1636 Kentucky! Fried C14et!! try final working point in Senator.the office.Don't It .. pieces.DELUXE ASSORTMENT our most pop

Phone 6-6472 Phone 8-2959 II doesn't work out. You have to p, tom, ular box, with creams. Little Rebels, caramels
sit there for hours staring at Old South' Bene, mints and Florida
214 N.W.'13th Street 207 N E. 16th Ae. the typewriter, putting in blank Marms.

paper, discovering that it does-
n't want to be written on, he GAY PARTY MINTSE .
k d 'I DRIVEINTHEATRE throwing it away putting in shaped in bells roses or ottter
SUBURBIA more, staring, fighting the urge unique designs for holiday festiv.
and take a trampto ities.Settle.
THEATRE I to give up I ., i.- J
STARTS TONIGHT 7:00 Zamboanga.
2400 HowMorne Road'Rt.20 Mont FR -5011 I People will keep stopping by JUOOke' --
to ask, "What do you do besides -
STARTS TONIGHT 3 Smash Hits oH: 1: write the column? It's not I
.v 1,1t going to be like the Senate qopptr[: Canto: l '

EXCLUSIVE FIRST I....N'.V tin. onryr where nobody ever asked,!
AREA SHOWING FREE T'LuckssP.5mm "W ba t do you do besides'' ,
be a senator?
I Have Peggy fix you up a sol I 1228 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE PHuNt 376 6806
shocking! savage! sensual! I''

This is the ceremony! rser net wriest araruwarCbIUORS ModernShoe i

,j NEATht iw-a sssiuvnc fawumsrlan aaor Repair Shop I

kJ1 bon 5m.,. -2nd 0BKtidnCN/WcotontnCNNI Feature- con Heels 5 Mins.Attached I HEY GANG!

w, au.r.t.b a >> Soles Attached

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OP DEATH "'.HAIWAWS 101 N. Mole St.

T.nlKt, .. mutt .loot !*.. Opp. let Not'l. Bonk But Wait.
FR .5211Ii
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limit .1 kit ....ft.laurerceHarVey. Ii- ._

: Before you put that notebook and that pencil away, why don't
: MM.d-...-nor........,. Wonderful
Sarah MilesJ FOOD you write "What the Birth of Jesus Christ Means to Me." Write it

ober'tWalktr John Ireland ,A7oT$5Martln : in 100 words or less and mail it to "Keep Christ In Christmas,"

leeRattetson Jdck McG
2nd FUN HIT 177S; grade school, junior high and-high school we'll send our

tau be sine.p dr.., .=" .,MAKE e.ROS_ "eoutiful check for $10 to the religious or charitable group selected by

m Vie s e PinkPmher DMONIYBIPfTERSHlHS 2- DECOR the winner. Be sure to include your address, telephone nurrjber
,, I'w Court.ousSERVICE and grade in school in your entry,

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f SCUUNACARDIUlfIT'S lecllalalaa' Tetnaaltr '.:',l; Lm..hmod D,....D.I1 ere yours LET'S ALL KEEP CHRIST IN CHRISTMASObaintsvitk
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Friday. December IS. 1954 ,..i II

Spinster Dies, New Flag for Canada \ t ru7

I SEE by I Leaves Estate r slrci1

I I Of $2 Million OTTAWA (AP) A maple maple leaves the emblem ofj under which they had gone into'
I leaf flag should be flying over Canada in 1121. battle in two world wars the
the SUN I CHAMBERSBURG. Pa. (AP) Canada's 10 provinces by Since that time Canadian red ensign, which has the Union
,- When Jennie W. Eldcn, a 78- Christmas as promised by servicemen have worn the emblem Jack In the upper left quadrant
year-old spinster was killed In Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson as a shoulder patch on Although never proclaimedthe From COUCH'S2TIjLL
GENERAL HOSPITAL Cecil In his campaign againstFrenchCanadian : their uniforms. However, serv- national
R. Hagan, Callahan,. an automobile accident six flag, it has been
December 17, 19(1 Fla. and Barbara L. Martin,, weeks ago friends were aware separatism. icemen's organizations Joined accepted Internationally as such
BIRTHS: 2ZS NW 15th Ave, at S:49 I she possessed a sizable estate. members of the Conservative since I Liberal government in
and Mrs. p.m. Thursday at NW 13th Stand But they were surprised when The Senate voted 38-23 Thursday party In a vigorous campaign, 1M4! ordered it flown over an
Mr Spcrgton for the red and white
5th Ave.Charles : against abandonment of the flag government buildings.Surprise .
officials revealed her estate Is ,
Cheek Cross City, a girl; Mr. maple leaf banner. The Houseof -
and Mrs. Lamar May, 3530 SW J. Cromer 1432 W., worth$2 million, with$350,000 of Commons approved the new
24th Ave., a boy; Mr. and University Ave and Thorn a i I it found In drawers, on shelves (lag Tuesday. Only a routine ,
Mrs. Walter Vaughn, Gen. Del 0. Joiner 743 SW 2nd Ter., al t: and in assorted hiding places proclamation by Queen Elizabeth -
a girl; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald 2:20: p.m. Thursday on Waldo, throughout the 10(.room house at i II Is needed to make the
Anderson, 1412 NE 19th PL, a Road. Mount Alto where she bad lived flag official.
boy. Betty W Arnold, Rt 1 and alone since 1960. i t
Lamar Price, Rt. S, at 2:15: Ally John W. Keller, estate It will have a single red ma
ADMITTED: p.m. Thursday at S. Main Stand 'administrator said Thursdaythat 'ple leaf on a white background,
Mrs. Valerea Olfver, Robert 2nd Ave. federal and state inherI- flanked by two red panels. King t
Howe, Edward Eustis, D letra Jeffrie J. Reib, 1708 NW 38th tance taxes would take a considerable George V, Queen Elizabeth's
Tanner, Richard Pisano, Teresa Drive and James Bailey 227 bite of the estate. The grandfather proclaimed three"
Norman, Mrs. Margaret t NW 7th Ave., at 12:49: p.m. balance will be divided among I
Davis, Bennie Median I ton, Thursday at W. University cousins of the deceased. She left
Ave. and 1st St I
Frances Anderson Mary Ra- will.
mos, Mary Jeffcoat, Robert Oliver K. Hearne Sr., 819 no I 1
SW 5th Ave. and a parked car,
Curran, Vidal Trujillo, Eliza-
beth Purdy, Dolores Standley, at 1:11: p.m. Thursday In a 10 From OFArbitrators ;
parking lot at 825 SW 5th Ave.
Christine May, James Belle,
John Baxter, Addle Duncan, Robert B. Hobgood 1002 W. rv
University Ave., Geraldine F.
Peacock, Paul Martin,
Sally Ten University of Florida fac-
Lowrey, Palm Bay, Fla. anda
Richard I James Jr., Mrs.Myrle ulty members from the construction -
parked car, at 10:45: a.m.
Vaughn, Mrs. Daisy I
and engineering fields
Dampier, Kenneth Kin e h en, Thursday at 1300 SW 13th St claims network TIt...
Richard Harrison, 82:! N E have been accepted for voluntary ..... ., C..ar ..
Nina Jordan, all of Gal res- arbitration me today! Ie. Y. / $14995'
ville; Mr. Bobby Hawkins, Ft. 23rd St and Jesse D. Robison, services on 4 s_..... Des T...
Worth, Texas: Isabelle Capart, 227 SE 38th St., at 7:40: a.m. boards for commercial disputes 117 N.I. s C.I.

Illinois; Ina Mikell, Bell; Mn-! Thursday at NE. 8th Ave. and Involving construction of florida.mattersin ALL AMERICAN CHANGER & NEEDLES
15th StGeorge the state
nie Martin Bell; W II terene Uth As.. PERFORMANCE GUARANTEED
New members from the Department
H. 133 SE 10th
I Trenton; Bessie; Paige Hough Wilson, Archer Miami I-;1st. and Earl J. Godwin Starke, of Building Construction 2' Phone COUCH'S OWN QUALITY SERVICE DEPT.

at 2:43 p.m. Thursday at Archer Include W. T. Caldwell Ue"ldi"
Robert Vaughn, High' Springs;
I Mrs. Barbara S DIll I rove, Road and SR 225. toys A. Johnson, E. E. Kirk- I ZENITH $6995&up
Shamrock. Fire Calls patrick, D. A. Halperin, B. B. I
Howes, Victor S. Phaneuf Bryon -
I DISCHARGED: At 11:34 a.m. Thursday, a J. Prugh, King Royer andJ. I STEREO'S VISIT OUR
John McLeod, Mrs. Jant house fire at 2707 SW 3rd 0. Stakely. Ralph STIMO ROOM
Welch and baby girl Mrs. Eva Place. No damage.At Courtland A. Collier repre I PSI'Olt
-OPEN TO 9 P.M.-
Moore and baby boy, Mrs. Pa- I:20 p.m. Thursday, a tents the Civil Engineering 8TAY FARM F1rw
tricia Davis, Mrs. Emily Mathis house:fire at 937 N. Waldo partment of the College of le.1 =a- WONDERFUL MUSIC ON F.M.
Mrs. Joyce Smith, Samuel Road. No damage. gineering.
Skypper, Mrs. Frances Broad- EVERYONE WANTS A ZENITH F.M.
hurst and baby girl, Mr. Morgan NO FINER F.M. RADIO MADE.
Tindall, Maggie/ Scott, Trudy Actress Jayne Mansfield owns, CHRISTMAS STORE HOURS
Hargrave, Mrs. Mary Me- 200 pairs of shoes. =__. $' 95
Donell John! Ellis, Hubert There are now more than 78: = 39 UP
Robbins, Shelley Stevens, Lou million telephones In America. 9 A.M. TO 8 P.M. ,, rt
ise Beckwith Wella Hudson, Florida has been under five, FMRADIOSW
Robert Howe Teresa Norman, flags Spanish, English, SATURDAY AND MONDAY a, AM-FM-RADIOS
Dletra Tanner Richard Pisano. French, Confederate and Amer-, December 19th and 21it AM-FM-CLOCK
: .
Accident Roundup 8 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M.

Involved In accidents report. WE GOT TUESDAY THRU THURSDAY N 1
ted by the Gainesville Police December 22nd 24th I
Department and the Alachua t AT COUCH'STHEY
County Sheriff's Office were: SO BIG. .-----. 1
NE End EARLY ---
Robert Acosta, 809 .
St. and Vernon T. Carter900 WE WILL BE CLOSED WILL BE PROUD


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_. 12 _Gainesville Sun Friday. December 18, 1964

Pro-Communists May Boost Fan fani I MFROOf:BtENBEBWHTSKEY;e6iCRALNNLVrRA1 allRrrstti9MCALVERTDt3T, ..; 0 COLOUtSVft1E; ,1CY

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ROME (AP) Former Pre, the voting started three days Ian Democrat party Italy'I members In parliament compromise r ,<"t., -: ,: "
mier Amlntore Fanfani, the :igo for a successor to ailing biggest, was split from the start; on Leone. +r,4 \ ,
Christian Democrat who pioneered Antonio Segnl, who resigned. on a presidential candidate. Jf
center-left governmentIn Fanfani then was still far Four factions each came forward -, Fanfani and Moro are at odds : ,
Italy was being pushed toward from the 482 votes required for with a candidate. although Fanfani pioneered the '
the Italian presidency today election. Giovanni Leone, chosen principle of a center-left al. f : : q ;
with suport from pro-Corn as a compromise candidateby Only on the eve of the electionId I !lance and Moro has continued I 1 : '
the majority_ of_the party's; it.
muJ sts. > the Christian Democrats In o' i iL if
preference( to Fanfani, remained
As Parliament came t o the ahead with 290.
fifth vote In the presidential But Leone had lost ground on
election, rumors flew that the every vote since his 319 on the Come in for a demonstration
Communists themselves might
first ballot. Fanfanl, starting
vote for him. out with only 18, gained on ev- of the new generation of Color TV
The fourth vote, taken Thurs- cry vote. I i
day night, produced a dramatic The fifth ballot today was delayed -
spurt for Fanfant and the first until late afternoon, obviously .i MOTOROLAColor65
sign of a significant party shift. to give the parties timeto
maneuver. I
Fanfani'i ballots leaped to The shift to FanranI by the f
117,648 more than he got on the pro-Communist Socialists fed
third vote earlier In the day; At the speculation that the Communists r
the same time the proCommunist might throw their 250 a"
Socialist party of ProletarIan or so votes to him. I .t
Unity which lias 38 memo Premier Aldo Moro'i ChrislCIVCWIMlMIM with the new rectangular tube
bers In Parliament suddenly
stopped voting for its own nomInal +cr 511"trr...+a.n4+Slipper S cki+t.4' I : .' I."

nl. candidate, Alclde Malagugi- ( a..aaaaa.aaaa'D' All The Pon,4p 1ftKl f I I'/,, ,}....'..

A vote analysis Indicated the : m ,. _
party had moved to Fanfani. It _
was the first major break since J: '"

Unitarians Due fOG\ I I s / it;,

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i Sunday School I ff t 'Ii''Sj)

Family Program I
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The children of the Sunday ,
I M MY21CK4 -Froni DramTi limowTouriln.
School will present the Annual oroupini. HM t..dw>walnut nnlih en jwuint .
Family Program at the UnIta- Walnut vtnMi end MlMt hardwood MiMt oc Cottons
Whlu French Antlqu.tlnlih on ginulnt wood ciMMtHM
rian now raeungulM (23evarea
meeting on Sunday at 7 p,m. dug.' tub mm,27414,In.ptctun vitwlna MM). f.
t., .
Mrs. E. L. Pierce super i In. ,
tendent, said "Each group I n ':
tiip Sunday School will 11 ke f"
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i atlfre I Gators Play at Miamilimited

rI4ay, December 18, 1964 0.8 Practice Trenton Sets Try

Hurts UF GHS Five

BeardComeback MIAMI Florida' Gator:
Frank angle with the nation's leadini

scorer and a topflight Miami I The tall Tigers from Trenton center Holton Browning. Trenton ray Smith (6-3) and Danny Wilson ..
basketball team at 8:15: Saturday -' 4.0 record Into to and Jimmy
I Invade Gainesville gym Saturday has a going (8-2) guards
s night at Miami Beach Convention .. night to battle the HurrIcanes night's game with Chiefland. I Slaughter0)( and< David

Is Hall. for the first time in history Browning, a rugged 8-5 senior Clifton.
The host Hurricanes come Into ., Is averaging more than 20 points In Gainesville, Trenton will
the contest with a 5-1: record Trenton comes to town with a per game and is the lead I n g face one of the state's finest
and 6-7 forward Rick Barry veteran club that Is ranked Trenton rebounder. lie pumped Class AA clubs. The Hurricanes .

scorching for a 37.7 point among the state's top Class C In points at a 241 rate last sea have raced to a 4-1 record Including -
Great StoryFrank per game average to date this quintets.The son and was a unanimous All- a 10-point victory. over

season Tiger frontline averages Area selection. powerful Jacksonville Paxon.
!si Florida has a 2-1 record bu better than 8-3 per man and Joining Browning In the startIng -, The lone GHS loss came at the
has not played sine Dec 9, sports an Al -Mee performer In lineup will be forwards MurRebels' -
Beard, one time University of Florida golf captain hands of strong; Daytona Sea-
and now a touring professional ended the 1964 tour and has been limited In Its breeze, on the road and by only

I in fine style after almost) having his world end last spring. practice periods due to trlmcs three points.
ter examinations. The Hurricanes also defeated
recall Beard was hospitalized Holiday !
Local followers
sports Gator coach Norman Sloai
Jacksonville Jackson and posted
and in critical conditions
with brain
a haw
aid today that his cages lop-sided decisions over Chocta
for several days. not shown polish In recent drill! hatchc and Santa Fe.
He recovered Joined the tour In mid-May and finished and he Is only hopeful that they to Forward Boyd Wescti and,
with winnings of $21,000, good for 33rd place overallIn Watch That Hand will be organized for Saturday'!.i Tourney Open guard Bill Boat have consist.

addition. Beard picked up another $2,500 in unofficial lash with Miami as w ell as! ently sparked GUS with their

money for pro-amateur events. Bill Doty of Rice cave Auburn's Bobby Rulsson londay's meeting with North AUCHUA High Springs- an 111 mark while Strickland. all.around play

The ex-Cator estimated it cost him about 17,000 to cans anything but a helping hand Thursday night in the 'arolina.I'M I Two games are on tap tonlgh', a second at 100. Scorer, Rrbnunder

his $23,500. Expenses run about IZS a week for travel Bluebonnet Bowl cage tourney. Buiwon made the Impressive as the third annual Santa Fe Other Starters Welsch, an outstanding Jums
layup shot and also dropped In the free throw that La Salle 01 Holiday basketball tournament
Miami by
Rounding out the starting lineup er who can dunk the ball desplu
came with the pushing foul Auburn won. (Al and St. John's ol swings Into action.P. .
. Philadelphia will be forward George Teel standing only 8-feet tall, III
Wlrephoto to Sun). New York In close struggles on K. Yonge tests Cross City (8-1)) and guards Terry Thrasher scored In double figures In ever;

he road, has been Impressive in the 7 o'clock opener, and (-7)) and Fred Clark ((5-10)). game and been Invaluable is 0
J0# IlaTberstein ( The 'Canes have wo n Iron host Santa F. meets Live Oak Forward Richard Townsend,, rebounder.
Three SEC Teams Tampa, Duquesne and PittsBurgh at 8.30. The winners will collide a J-l performer who owna an Boll has been a itandouj

to take the Steel Bow) at 1:30 Saturday night while average of more than 20 pointsper In scoring and floor p II p.
ourney crown; Niagara and SMary's the lows will vie In a 7 game, will lead the Live both In scoring and floor play,
of California. o'clock consolation. Oak club. one game.
Face Tough Foes Teaming with Barry will be P. K. Yonge, which trimmedthis He'll be Joined In the starting< Rounding out the a ta r tin 1 f

veterans Wayne Beckner, t .5 ovine Cross City club, 71- lineup by forward Johnny Hurst lineup will be center Carl Johns

the forward; Don Patrlcan, 8-7,, 75, last Tuesday night, (1-0)), center John Melton (1-3) son ((8-Hi, forward Wayne Ricky
lodging, food and Incidentals. Beard didn't play for the By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS Virginia In the first round of the enter; and John Dampier, 6-3;; enters the tourney with a Sol and guards Dran Croft (3-11)) ((3-D) and guard John Willis
year, hence the $7,000 figure Instead of $11,700 Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Ala! Kentucky tournament and will and Junior Gee, 5-10, guards.All mark. The Blue Wave dropped and Phillip Harvard ($.101.) (-U).
last 12 months. bama put their Southeastern take on either Dayton or Illinois Pair a decision to Santa Fe for Its .
seniors except
Beard Is a leading contender for the Ben Hogan award I Conference basketball prestige Saturday night are and Gee, a sophmore lone was.Starting. CENTRAL MUTING and AIR
can: a Junior;
which goes to a golfer making the finest comeback from on the line tonight against some Vanderbilt which lost two for Yonge will be forwards IJTIMATIS

ailments. He also has qualified for all 1965 PGA events on determined opposition In holiday! road games In a row-to Virginia In reserve, Miami has such Covey Johnston ("2) and I J. C. CONDITIONIHG-j

his earnings. He made the Masters list by gaining pointsin tournaments. I Tech and North CarolinaIs talent as forward Stu Marcus., Danny Dennison (8-1)), center I I
the nine fall tourneys. Beard finished with 109 points Kentucky meets always dan- a solid choice to recover Florida be- Chic Hinton ((8-2): ) and guards 107 S.W.I .
West Virginia! in the tint against Baylor which Is averaging H, a freshman at .. I
and the two top scorers made the Masters. Beard was sec gerous t. r Bobby Hlnes ((5-7)) and Ronnie lick ri
,round of its own Invitational at 107 points a game Okla- ore transferring; e e n ,,,....
ond. So he'll play In PGA event next year if he Koru (5-18)( ). .
every Lexington Vanderbilt tangles homa State and Florida State Charles; Grob, M; guard Rick Top Scorer : I a} $78-0741 I
wants to.
j I with unbeaten Baylor In its own meet In the other game at Nash- Jones, M; forward John Bates, Hinton, a veteran senior, leads ?
tournament at Nashville and ville. H: forward Mike Wittman, M: .
lie Has Grown Up the PKY scorers with a 13 S average
once beaten Alabama goes Mississippi State also will be card Joe Hobbs, K>; guard followed by Dennlson a< -

Beard won $18,000 In J963, his first touring season. He against Virginia! Tech in the In action at Blacksburg, against Bob Green 1-1: and center Ed 11.3. '

also weighs 190 pounds now, a far cry from the skinny I.VPI meet at Blacksburg, Va. up-and-down North Carolina. lie Sprlggs, M. Cross City, paced by the high' MORE LUMBER BUYERS
145-pounder who came to Gatorland in the late 1950s. In action Thursday night. Auburn The only other SEC team Inaction Sloan said he will start the scoring of 8-1: center Bobby ARE ASKING FORREDWOOD
used a balanced scoring attack tonight is Louisiana State that has opened ''
Now that be bas a six-wetks Kit Beard takes It easy same lineup Dodd, has posted a Sol mark
football television and seeing basketball to>> beat Rice H-71 In the, which meets Denver In the first for Florida In wins over VM Other starters will be forward.
by watching on Bluebonnet Bowl Basketball round of the Evansvllle lad., and the Ions to
and Stetson Lewis Overstreet (8-0) and Ran-
Louisville which Is klsborne. I
ta in the area '
games person. Classic at Houston and little Se- InvitationalThe \ Ke .
FSC. That will have Gary dy Corbin Ml) and guards Wll-!
wanee upset Mississippi for the tournaments continue Saturday or, <-(; and Dick TomtownW son Hendrix (1-10)) and Billy En-
To keep In trim, Beard plays a little golf at a nearby second time this season, beatIng night Individual games forwards? Jeff Ramsey, Karr !
& finger (5-11)) or Jerry ( -
works Gut at the Jewish Center and ; Set Our Assortment ol Redwood
I course, Community the Rebels 4844 at Oxford. on tap Saturday match Georgiaand 1 lots, center; and Brook 10) Large
spends some time on income tax problems.The This will be the beginning of) Georgia Tech at Athens, fcndcrson M: and Tom Baxey. Dodd will enter the contest Framing end loords ,

latter Is something all of us will tackle in a few the hour of truth for eighth Florida and Miami at Miami, J-U. guards. with a 17.2 average, followed by "LIT us SERVE YOU
short weeks. Something tells me U'. easier to tackle a ranked Kentucky. The Wildcats and Tulane and Southern Methodist The Gators have not won a Overstreet with 10.0 and Corbin
round figure like $21,000.Thomas win be favored to get past West at Dallas. sine 1957
.noon from Miami ,. at 17.
when the team coached then by Santa Fe, sporting a 3-2 record TOO"I

Gets AT CROSS CITY BANQUET John Mauer toppled the "Canes, will bank on the talents LUMBER -
1Ul of center Sonny Tompkins I
WRUF will and 8-1 forward Andy StricklandIn
Top AwardAt broadcast the game starting st Its bid for victory. I a COMPLETE UNlit! BUILDING MATCRIALN.W. ,

Parris Corbin Get Awards ':10 p.m. Tompkins Is leading the well-' tih Ave, ft 4th St., Gainesville, Tel. 316.75461.DAY 1

Starke balanced quintet In-scoring_ -with_1- 1I I

I By NIS NISSEN 'was named to the Sun's AH. and I think the weights had a Barry I'accs
STARKE Leon Thomas, I Assistant Sports Editor Scholastic All Area team after lot to do with It." With Starkc Five SERVICE on
Co. won the Scorers
Bradford guard
CROSS CITY- Coach Al Par compiling a 1S classroom mark He Illustrated "Jack SUnhol-
coveted sportsmanship trophy Coach B I III Peterson who ster could IX) pounda
rls and fullback Randy Corbie press only 37.7 Average
for his efforts this the season annual I ,were loaded down with awards guided Florida State Universltj In September but by November Host Tonight RECAPPINGFleet

the honor topped Thursday Thursday night as Dixie County to an I 1 1 record and s he was pressing %50." NEW YORK (CAP) Rkk

football banquet cafeteria High School held its annual football berth in the Gator Bowl), wu Shlnhokter, who played middle Barry, the New Jersey youth STARKE The Btarke Tornadoes
night at the school banquet guest speaker at the affair. guard on defense, was named from Roselle Park who went entertain 8t Augustine I L atos Tires I ICUL'

Charles (Rabbit) Smith, Unl- i Pants was honored as Coach Agaus Next Year national Lineman of the south to play basketball for the tonight as they try to get back

versity of Florida head re- of the Year by both the SUB Peterson began by saying Week on one occasion during University of Miami Hurricanes on the winning basketball trail
cruiter, touched on the topic of and Suwannee Conference and "I'm not going to say anything the past season. Is off to a good start to- Starke test Ita last two gamesto GAS BATTERIES

education today and the J Job also received a trophy for winning about that Florida game I don't Set Goals wsrd his goat of becoming: college I- drop below the .500 mark at and OILS USED TIRES
tomorrow the preparations the loop championship want to get them mad. You Peterson said FSU set goals basketball's No. 1 scorer It T.
Cewrnnerclel Dfecseat'
necessary to be ready to work know have them the of the and The Tornado have own
mentor we to play at start season this season. I TIRE REPAIRS :
I The congenial guided Fleet Owners.
and live In a modern world the Bears to a 0.0. 1 record again next year." then short-rang goals before' Barry scored 31 points In Miami' ,paced by sophomore guard! _
and how It all starts with a did "We each again Greg Reddish, a HO performer
with But he say were gam opening game
after the
starting Mason Inc.
high school background.He only 12 players. ready against Florida. I thinkwe H* said they set three gosh Tampa, then reeled off 171 more I He will be joined In the back- Gator Tire Service

noted how each year a could have beaten anybodythat before the season: To finish! In against Duquesn, Pitt LaSall, court by another flashy) player sill levixls, Owner
recruiter's work becomes limited I .Corbin, afoot, 190 pound day." the Top Ten, go to a bowl and Vlagara and St John's of New In Donald Falcon M junior. J03I N.I. Welds *4. FR 1.C0491DRIVEIN I
and confined u academic senior, was named Back of the Peterson pointed out that have a fine football team. York for 221 point In sis The starting frontline well< CIJ o'
standards set the level for the Year by the Sun and Suwannee the physical condition of the He outlined a winning band of camel slat of Gn Pass at center snd1ney .

type of young men needed for ,Conference Player of the Year. rSU squad played a big role four ICU Spade dig In. This gave Barry an average 1 Reeve and Wayne McLeod

the.tandem Job of playing major EiceDeal Record In the 19M! success story strike with a club; deal ta diamonds of fl.' and the lop spot I In the 1e forwards.
college football and secur. I "We have a weight program ; and hit ',m In the heart first weekly statistics released Ready reserves Include forwards GROCERY I
Ing a major college education. I The bard running fullback that keeps the players In top Peterson then smiled and concluded Thursday by the National Coll. Mike llstntnk, Robrrt
Coach David linens presented exploded for 1(20 yards rush condition," Peterson sail *W, with, "11 see you ta the gluts' Athletic Bureau for games Powell, Mkkl Dansby and Jeff

Eddie Noegel with the outstanding big, scored 147 points and also had only two cripples all year, Gator Bowl." through Dee. 12. __ .._ Warm and guard David Bis- MANAGER TRAINEES
back award and Tommy sparkled as a passer blocker! trunk and Emmelt: Akrldge.
outstanding -,and defender.
, Thomas with the !
lineman award as chosen I Other players awarded certificates NO SUCCESSOR NAMED WANTED
Pair Leads
by Bradford coaches. Quarterback for recognition: on the :

. Phil Elder won the most Sun's AH Ana team were halfback I MeU, 25 t. so hi menef !*.1.! ** position* with
Improved player trophy. Jerry Karr third team; Ousts Hardin Lincoln Win I J* kMA'* MieN Mer..... hid vetotUn. cud etfcerfrbtfe
All conference: I.e t hIli end Bobby Klncaid. third team; Navy Wayne benefits when .u lifl.4. Prefer mertlel men.Ml .

went ta Elder Noegel), Jeff tackle Homer Uelgaard. honorable Clarence Mills and Norman tin* employment ''''y. So.41.t Mf"l.. for

Warren Gene Pass and Tommy mention; and tackle Warren A. APOLJ3. Ml (AP) I, It la believed an Insider would and Busik speaking for the' ndtrton pumped In a total oft *i*.,""ce4 *..llt... m.it.fr $90.00 week,
Thomas. O'Stwn, honorable mention. esaerleAced. $125.00 week.JeckMn'sMMItMerket. .
toad for
points Thursday night to e4 wrseepe" per
Athletic Board of
Navy answered one questiM i have KM edge M for no other academy's
Wfflard Pass president Club e Quarterback Louis Overstreet Thursday with the dumping 01'[reason than the Job now carriesa Control referred to It In srpa- Uncola/ to aU. 41 basketball
Bradford Quarterback
the North.
master of ceremonies for Wayne Hardin a* bead football collateral adminUlraUv pot) rat* prepared statements a* a'Just" rlctory ever 1214 N.W.161k. Are.G4lMiv.IUAffly .
was I coach but left unanswered the in the Navy athlete recruiting and "mut afyeafsfyhng" Mtera. I
the fete. CAGE SCORES MID who alas hauled down In "** '. M,. '1".4,11.
name of his amasser.Doug system which he present staff Mtifement But It was '
ca &seear SeovO, administrative ta familiar with. The additional knowsi Hardui was ant completely 14 rebounds M the scoters I'
Assignments assistant of Hardui and coach Job was written ta for Hardui ta satisfied. rich 17 points, and .Anderson foI
Due Saturday rev I.GK a i.5.s... ,_re.. of the Navy quarterbacks, wai a new five-year contract signed Hardui I< : _two 71.$C-,__ s.. Cn believed to have had the inside! last Feb. U.Hardia's :we U years at the academy aid Lln pd aft to a 174nargJn PING PONGTABLES

.. Assignments to teams ta the .....crow... a 0.r,0.rearM s track for lilt Job and still NJ ease also raised a aMiftant and brad coach after' lilt tint quarter Ter- .
Boys' Club Cadet (7 sad S) and saw have. questta as t* what a fivfryearcontract with the reason still !left to ml was never beldt4. The '
. rC. saw,. ea ....s. aru ton poshed the advantage toB .
Midget (I and 11) Basketball .. K Mr.w But the Naval Academy, means at Navy Capt ipeculatlosi.PtrwnaUy
, d II at hat/time and then
,.. .. ... Buslk said all
Leagues win be nude Satsaday. riukra by the publicity ever academy contracts
Boys Interested in play- a...swo--. tar.. 0r. HanCn's obviously forced rml* are epee .. rHW goti a. clash Mated ta. the final two "aatITT 1
natloa to a personality data two tads year regardless *J Jknglft. The best guesses were that
two leapt tuywinter
tot fat theM /arr.r
1A Lincoln ibis! woe) la Irlnkun
and be classified at ", ,-tI with superiors appeared ta M The r4f fotlaUoa efHardin' l the raids and Cap Buck aowcompleuti pit y
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fl. iii preliminary ,
led his kit third/ asatAfetfe if
to outer.
the Beys' Club. AH players& n 1..o s. w hurry designate be Dew men ( year d 2L BALLS
to taeir c..eases50. -- II HanCn mistirg ttnlssal: I director, Jurt dtda't kit Norttwetwrs gbli.
must be classified M .. a... II taI
heels Pearl pumptd
ability to dribble, pass eatenand ,- N N Her rK M i Capt WQUns S. Busi.ifanctar found kt W lOt have Ow co.,it off personally! although p b.Bcrf : potois for the Perry vktors.IMUMJI PADDLES
said eaactt- tract a tnMgbt b lid It was tbtsr rtUUor appear
shoot to tasors equal "' el atMrtk. | a 0.0 e
will ke assigned -_ 0,0-ne date would be Inurvkrwcd during Wlwvod that die IuI! seal*-sordialRardia's ._ a:.. ,-. .' NET and POST SETS
teams. AH boys -s n .... ,
team and will pUyat fa f.- u. tile ant several weeks and nmt wetted out with lawyers rrnl |M:'( arson .e1.sews 5.rear leIh ee4-,- 4.C e -
to a regardless .* I .rw t_ wild kirbde any frm wtside said kirn mA awesi' mere than of J-H tackrtfic kM first Ion _..'sew_. 1".a-.a... 'h 1 I'_r.wwr ".a 550, Jimmio Hughes Sporting Goods

every game.B be assigned sense ..v..r.era&. II... be academy a* wtfl a* HUM r a year's salary *f 0>* four nnuswif to Army ta afc us Jan a* hued '- err. __ .ew rriw Hor+tj>r.l ,\..de'a lfX* t ( -.. .............'*
ability. Cadet =" coach she. dhta't enhance his HA er ..rw )5s. 1 wiy.e N ,.......
I- the staff. Aa a/mooc* at tlf" aanuaOy as ... Mil W. Vieesrv AMM* 2.IJI1Jl
at t am. and Midgets at ..rT......... eo... present after lilt his contract pntfjM any whoa tt came ev iwsaveasr Off Sr.. P..a... .. 1f -.. hoe
: meat win b JUde :
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18 a-m. a.aiua play o mtgs.; rwa_ n.. ._.... .sew femsea II- Inc d the JUt, .* AIL Bah Ow r-ytar-Jd COld around ta dMcusuaf his" future. .M-Lle' It np

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I Mat Snell NL Mays Sluggers Leads I NYU Surprises Penn Mate I.sBy I

Utah Slate opened a road) hby
Best AFL Rookie TED MEIER j .paced the Violets to their 636th help as the Tigers suffered their day night to whip nice .f-nlBl|I losing to Bradley 75- 9 -
On .607 Mark Associated Press Sports Writer victory against 364 defeats In second defeat in seven starti. the other half of the Bluebonnet the touring Colorado State Whj
lon. ilokversity
The New York University doubleheader at lIou I
their 1,000 games.Tenthranked Iowa State playing at home, team went down
Violets, regarded as the flop of shot with: betmDuqueioe
By JIM BECKER our league this year, It Is al CINCINNATF (AP) Willie the college basketball season a St. Louis, the. scored the surprise of the night Pete Coker'i Jump North 75-M at Plttsbur .
Associated Press Sports Writer honor to be No. 1." lays, San Francisco'i hardhit.I I ., The Cyclones, beaten In five eight seconds len live [providence fared better l
rear ago, don't miss when It only team in The Associated SUM a IIH4 vlrtJry on th,
NEW YORK (AP) Malt With one game to go, Sne' ng outfielder, captured the I omes to historic milestones. Press Top Ten to see action,. starts, won their first game by Carolina In New York, road, defeating Creighton 95.90
Snell, the fine fullback of the has 842 yards on 199 carrlt'lThat's atlonal League slugging cham spoiled what amounted to upsetting Drake 82-73. over !W;Unbeaten Connecticut also
the a 21! points tog
They played 1,000th Krfclrt
second to Buffalo's Cook the fourth time lay game while Ron
New York Jets one onshlp I the road making it
50- |
n the school's history Thursday homecoming for AllAmericaBill Houston beat Texas to a 76-72 home court on six In (
of the Year Ie Gilchrlst for the league rush the official
title jason, average .
-and today-Rookie aimed for another. Ing title. Cookie has 929 yards Iscloscd today. I light and won It Just as they did Bradley by defeating. 49 and with two straight victories -triumph aver Kansas. I I Irow by defeating Maine 8982.UOt .
Princeton 90-71. the unofficial championship
heir SOOth Bradley a native won
that 'That would be annlhei finished with .807 game against Bay-
"I'd like to get ground- Mays a
lor, their 700th of nearby Crystal City Mo., of the Bluebonnet Bowl
gaining title," Snell said. "I'm thrill" Snell said "winning thf nark on 351 total bases In 58Imes game against scored rebounded from
Duke their SOOth against Rut 34 points for the Ivy Classic. Auburn
behind right now, but you never rushing title. I'll give It all 1 at bat. The Giants' star ,
and their BOOth To- League champs but got little i its Houston defeat on Wedrrs-
gers against
know-one good run and I'll be have next Sunday. also won the title in 1954, 1955
right in the race." The Jets meet Kansas City in and 1957. ronto.
Snell, a S-foct-2, 215pounderfrom their season windup Sunday Mays collected 21 doubles, This time they whipped Penn AtAI
Ohio State who was the while Buffalo battles Boston for nine triples and a league-leai State 82-73 In the feature of a

object of some spirited bidding the Eastern Division title. nj 47 homers among 179)) hits In doubleheader at Baltimore's JI'
between the Jets of the AmerI- Snell made a runaway of the 1964. lie also extended two NL Civic Center. It ended a five- fjP
can Football League and the voting for AFL rookie. He got record, highest: career slugging game winning streak of the Nit- Y AIAI
long-established New York It of the 24 votes cast by spurts average .589, and most consecutive tany Lions and was the Violets' AIat
Giants of the National League, writer and sportscasters from years, 300 or more total second triumph In three starts atAt
said being named AFL Rookieof the eight league cities. bases, 11. of the young season. rr.... J76 4x54 WALDO KM AtAt

the Year "proved I made the Runner-up was Sid Blanks the Ron Santo of the Chicago Ray Bennett, with 29 points, show appreciation? to the finest pea AtB.
best choice with the Jets." Houston back from Texas A & I Cubs was second In slugging To our B.B.
"I've always felt I did the with s x: votes. Mack Lee Hill, average with .564. He was followed 9 Overtimes sxcon ple in Gainesville, "Our BOWLERS we .
right thing" he said "but being Kansas City fullback and by Richie Allen of Phil. O wish to share our rising success at this joy. B.B.

named the No. 1 rookie cinches .George (Butch) Hyrd Buffalo dclphla .557 Rico Carty of Mu- DWIGHT 111. (APDwight) ous Christmas time. Starting Mon., Dec. B.BI.
It. I'm real thrilled. When you defensive back, got one vote waukee .554 Frank Robinson. 3 for $1.00
had to go through nine over 21st, thru Dec., 31st, games
think of all the good rookies In each.Scribe.
Cincinnati .548 Orlando Cepda,
times this week before finally
) play only
(or 50c per game
San Francisco .539 Billy Wil.
posting a 76-72 Illinois high
lams, Chicago .532 and Hank school basketball victory over HIICKORYAXUICA'a From all of us at Palm Lanes o
I o
Aaron Milwaukee .514.
AP Picks Reddick.
Slugging averages are computed The two teams were tied (2-t2 A Very Merry Christmas c.CI.
by dividing the total base
at the end of regulation time.
accumulated on all lilts by the XOST XAcairiciirrtlUIOKT (We will close at 6 P.M. Christmas Eve. CICI
They then remained tied (2-02
Boston Over BillsBy number of official times at baL through the first seven overtimes IOVUOX WHISXT_ end reopen at 6 P.M. Christmas Night) CIG

.MOW-oil mcnon IIITIIUM CO,POlO, C
Knicks End ,
JACK HAND winning spree that carried themup CIC',

,Associated Press Sports Writer to their first meeting with Weary BostonVictory c,
BOSTON (AP) Buffalo and Boston as the only unbeaten ,
Boston come down to the wire team in pro football the Bills StreakBy C.C',
Sunday In a big game for all the have lost two of their last four. Auto Service Center C'C',
marbles In the Eastern Divisionof Boston snapped the string witha THE ASSOCIATED PRESSAt C'C.,

the American Football 36-28 victory and Oakland the pace the Boston Celtic One Slop Shopping For All Your Car Needs D
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title date with San Diego by a Boston will be play. travel day has become a day bf sltvtcoa F
win or a tie. Boston must beat Ing at home and also because I. 1 WHILE F
the Bills to become the division Coach Mike Holovak has beaten ,rest.The weary Celtics got that. YOU ONE WEEK F

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The first major bowl game and 32-17-3 so far In the AFL. 11:1: for their first victory over
ever staged Indoors and the There Is nothing at stake In the the defending champions In fIve IIII

passing arm of Jerry Rhome, other three AFL games Sunday, meetings this year IIIi
chosen the outstanding back of but let's give It a try: Len Chappell scored three L
the year In The outstanding back AFL points with 32 seconds remaining >sI 1
the year in the Associated Press' Boston 20 to put New York ahead 111-
Buffalo 17
poll highlight Saturday's postseason pellettl's field goals decisive- Cap-in 110. And then a home town hero. 1Po
college football action. bitter struggle between fierce Johnny Egan combined w Ith Polo
Defense-minded Utah and West the veteran Tom Gola to pull offa lolo
rivals. Absence of Booker
meet In the Liberty Ed- typical Celtics' steal lolo
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(- MARKET State Senate Seeks Delay]



] Redistricting Delay t

Late : .
Readers' N. Y. Listing I Florida Senate asked federal tlht yr e .Mao, i

: Request district court In Miami today to tII.'r-d ,
AllisChal 20 IntNIck 82% delay court-enforced legislative '. &
Alcoa em IntPap 33% apportionment until the Legislature '
I The Mlmtiv. nurtnt uoMtoMBSffsr are I AmAir 45% Jones&L TOtt could meet In possible k. ;

:: : ': TIle" sars STOCK LISTINGS AmCan 43 KaisAl 30% special session In June to tackle ,a' Yid.
AmCyan 63 Ken'cott 92% the problem.If .

1 Pierce WulbernMurphey I AmMot 14% Llg&My S1HATf.Tf the proposal is accepted,
T.och'd VAU.AmTob
said Senate PresidentdesignateJames
NEW YORK iSt 011 Ind 2.00b 42''% Income of Boston .........,... '.53 33711 Lorillard 41% (Nick) Connor of Brooks
STOCK EXCHANGE. ,Sterl Drug _,_ .85 26'1UtJI Incorporated Inc 1.86 AmpxCp 15% Mag'vox 31H ville in s news conference, ev
Abbott Lab .... ._ 2.40 45% Texas UO 53 Keystone K. 2 __ 9.70 Anaconda UH MM&M 55% ery member of the Senate has
Allied Ghent' ._ 1.80 al% Textron __ 1.40 SO'. Keystone S 3 11.89 Armour 93% Mohasco 15 agreed to work out a reapportionment .
Amerada Pt 2.00 84Y Tidewater __ 31' Keystone S.4 9.1S ACL 66Vfc Mons'to 86H formula to meet the
Am Elc Pow ,_? tub 4444 Trans W A _.._ 4844 Life Investors _.. _. ... 1.15 Babcock 34% MontWd 31'% minimum requirements of( the
Amer Enka _...1.40a 86' Union Pac 1.80a 42''% Life Stock Fund _,..,.. 7.51 BethStl 35H NatDalr 81% U.S. Supreme Court."I l wa F
Amer Home ...... 1.44a 6S ;Und AIr L 1,5Ob 135 Mass Inv Stock __ 17.15 Boeing 70% NatDlst 26H cannot speak for the House
Amer M Fdy ..._>, .90 1844 VpJohn _,_ 1.00 51% Mass Inv Growth 1.96 Brunswk 3'% N.AmAv 94'% [though," he said. foil"- _JP_ ,
Armco SU _, 3.00 14% Jim Walter __ 23'. Pioneer Fund _..:.... .,..., .87 CaterTr 41 Y. Penney I4V4 Connor said administrative requirements _
Atch Topka __ UOa 33V.'War Lamb _._ :10 32''% Putnam Growth J.63 Celanese 75 PRR 38'% for reapportioning a

Baxter Lab _. .36 2714 Worthlntlt _.... 1.50 SO'% TV ti Elec -.. -... -. 8.07 Chrysler 62Vi PepCola C2Vi Legislature-Including the time
Beckman In 7314 'Xerox __ 101% Value Line Inc .a._ 5.75 CocaCola 139 PhllMor 75 needed to devise plan 30 days
Beech U S _.._ 1.10 53 'Zenith UOa 6SV. Wellington Fund U.95 ComEd Sac PhlllPet 53 notice to the voters, two party s
Bristol My .80 86% OVER THE COUNTER NYSE MOST ACTIVE STOCKS] ConEdls 14% RCA 32% primaries and a general election e 11taase '
Brown Shoe 3040 107' YOU lAeml bid Complete Volume dose Changes ContCan 50% RepSU 42% plus additional problems of ,
NIW Mlcvllit
Brunswick ._ 114Bucyros ..... .*..* _I....... _.... tr> the 137,200 Minn Ontario 31% up S% DowChe 76% Revlon 44 facing the legislature to advance ,
Erie 39 NitkOTM. .....Anoclillen N ml nfntMit rI iKurltKt aduar trwKttont DMtn. |.- 132,500 Holt Rinehart 29* off Vt duPont 229% ReyTob 39% of the Aprll-May regular
Cambell 5 2.40 37% but aN .... NASD't atlrrlat..t 124,800 Cora S. Corp 56 K off SI%, EAL 43V4 StRegP 31 'session formed a difficult barrier Y M1l
Carter Pdt __ 1.00a 16' ttw couM nng low.I.IcII. kwt MM Nmt(bid woirttlM ) fit- 124,780 Brunswick IK up % E.Kodak 136 Seaboard 45% to reapportioning before
Case J 1 ._ 1714 'bought (nKMItAlfco 55,300 Sperry Rand 14 up 34 Firestone 42'% Sears 129% April
Cessna Air ....._ 1.00 3034 Land _._ 12H' 51,000 Chrysler UK up 1H FlaPw 46V4 Sinclair 56% Connor said neither he nor
Ches Ohio __ 4.00 71% Amer Fidel Life _.,-... 21% 45,000 Benguest 1% up H FlaP&L 76% SouthnC 86% the other members of the Senate -
Chris Craft 14 Amer Heritage _-__ 20* 42,800 Tex Gif Sul 92%" up 1% Ford 95Vi SperryR 14 had any specific plans formulated
Coas S Gas __ 34% Amer Mat Ins __ 19 38,300 Am M. &Fry 18'4 off % FrmstDa 13'% StBrand 79% yet. Heaven Sent
CBS __ !.BOb 41% Amer Pioneer Life 7K| 35 TOO Babcock W'cx 34% up K FreptSul 45 StONJ 88% "There' are 43 members 01
Comb Erg ...._ 1.20 35'Comsat Citizens Bank .___ ,.. 38 34,300 Pan Am 29% up % GenDyn 37'% Studebak 1% the Senate," he said. "I'm sure Postal official would like to deliver this package, held by Columbus Poslmm-
_....___ S6V. Conn U & Pow 37V4I 34,000 Xerox Corp 101% up 4'% GenEl 90% Swift 56'% there could be 43 plans offered. ter Victor J. Modish, but the sender of what apparently in a Chrlntmn gift
Cone Mills _. .80 21% :Cowles Mag & Pb 11'4| 33,800 East Air Ln. 45% up % GenFdj 81% Texaco 87% ." overestimated the U.S. mailman' delivery route*. The hot addressed "Grand.pa .
Cont Alrl __._.. .40 19'4Contl 'Dunn & Bradst _._ 60 33,000 Am T. &TeL 7Vi off H GenMtlls 49% Thiokol 12%, Asked how much time he Heaven, Ohio," turned up In a collection box with the Instruct "handle
Ins _-2.20 60% Firs West Fln'c'l 7% 32 700 Falr'cld lies 27% up % GenMtrs 95% UCarb 124% would estimate a reapportion- with pride" Postal workers would bo glad to do that but It'Ufo undelivered
Contrl Data _._ al Florida Cat ?___-_.. 11% 1 AMER STK EROS ACTIVE Goodrich 57% UnitAlre 68% log session would require, Con- unlace the sender provides a better addrenn.
Com Pdts .._ 1.50 52% Fla Nat'l Bank. __ 83.% STOCKS Goodyr 55 UnFrult 17 nor said that could be determIned -
Delta Air __. ._ 1.60 82V. Fl4 Tele ,.uiuiiiii-iiiuiiiiiuimem 29% Volume Close Change Greyhnd 22.. USSteel 52% by sounding out. the lawmakers
Delta Steel .80 13 Forrest LabiFounders ._ 1514 49,400 New Pk. Mng 7% up 14 Gulf Oil 59V4 UnlvMat HVi during the regular ,e.. Poll Shows That Goldwaler
Emerson El 1.00 4041 Life ...._ 7H 48,400 Syntex Cp. 62'% off H HonW 123 WestgEl 45V4IntHarv .
Fair Camera _. .SOg 27'Flnan1 Franklin Life S3V4 39,800 Maglan Pete 4Vi up % 76% Woolwth 27% sion.Connor said something had to k I
Fed "_""'M 36'% Great American ._ 10% 35,800 P'uvlan Oils 11-18 off J-16 be done about reapportionment.
Grolier ,. ..........,... ,.. .. 38% Sock Due
Fst Chartr .._._ 1.I7f 24'1Fla ? ?- -? 34 700 TWA Wta-29% off % Hop 'We are under a mandate of
E Cst ._ 12 GUlf Life ,,,,,.n-n. ...._H. 45 ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS 'the federal court," he said. Not Favored to Head GOP
At N. MarionSPAAR
Food Fair .90 22 Herff Jones _,,_ UK]Purchase r--r -,-,.?,,. 311.408 "The Inevitable is going to
FMC'Corp .. .. : ..1.00 60'>1Frlto Home Ins _._ 70 Short Sales 8,095 The North Marlon come to pass."
Lay _..__.. 39'1' Kennasaw Life .._....... 8% Other Sales 348,551 High School Gymnasium will be Last week, Gov.-Elect Haydon C New fork Tlmr seer this much debated question 1 his personally designated Republican
Gen Tele... .,_. .88 36''% Life of Fla _..___ I' Total Sales ___ 351,848 the scene of a ",ock hop" Sat Burns said a special session By EARL !MAZO : I national chairman, It
Ga Paeif __ l.00b 57 Lowes Company .._,, 21H PREVIOUS DAY'S urday. should be called in June to han- NEW YORK A confidential How many of the 27.143,181\ would In effect repudiate and
Milgo Electron I'. STOCK MARKET Idle men and women who voted probably alienate those 27 mil
Getty Oil __ .10g 26V. Disc Jocklet Dlno Summerlandand reapportionment post election survey by
Grace Co _. 1.00b 5411 Mort Guaranty Ins ...... 23 Advances ...-........-.. 704 Ike Lee will be on hand Connor said, ''!hia will be the a major voter opinion pollIng I fur the Republican ticket 0 n lion voter
Hel Curtis _._ .80 15% Pacific Sw Air ....___.., 28% Declines ___......." 370 for the event, which will begin best for all the people of this firm has found that only .Nov. 3 actually are hard-core That 'contentlon Is contradict

IBM.........._.._ 5.00 413 Schlita Brew _. 46Vi ,Unchanged .,......M-.... ,.,. 283 at I p.m. and run till 11:30. state so there will be no confusion one fifth of the nation's Republicans :supporters of Goldwater ed by the poll, however
Int Min C 1.80a 36'1' Secur Life fc Tr .. ,_ KH, Total Issues 1,357 Donations for the benefit of of Issues on other state believe Sen. Bnrry The senator and his political I An of
analysis the result
lieutenants maintain that all I 1 1of
hit Tele __ 1.00 58'4 1 Southern Nitro 2814 New 198444 Highs _>-. 29 the North Marlon "Band Aides"are matters and neither a deadline 'Goldwaler of Arizona should Indicated that at I.I
__ 11 Travelers Ins _._ 391%, New 196344! Lows and head of the party.At these voters were strong moat
Kellogg .BOa 49'> 12 II stag. .11.90 drag.PrenticeHall _of time to meet. stay on as : million who voted the
Goldwaler Republican
.. ,, -- -- supporters.Notwithstanding
__ I'I
Lehman Cp 1.348 31V. the same time, a stable P slclrrt'nJohnson's ticket may still be devotees .
Litton. In ......,. 1.98f 74'% AMERICAN STOCK majority more than three victory by r e a record of Goldwater according
Lone S em _. 1.00 26% EXCBANGEAeroJet Publ Ushers fifths told the poll takers I 139 million popular vote I la political observer familiar

Marsh FId 1.80 49'1' Gen _, ._ 2541 that they favored new leadership plurality DmUon KlU-hel, director with the poll. How many of
Martin M __ 1.00 1814 Analex Corp __ .__ 281i The rest !lens than I lu of Gold water's c a m. those 1.4 million voters now
McG HiD __ .60a 37'1' Aqua Chen _....__ 14% per cent Indicated they had pnlitn saw the ballots rant for link themselves so closely
Mead Corp 1.70 48 Aurora Plastics 2414. RCA no perference or did not can GoMwatir as an. outpouring of to the defeated candidate that
Merkd 2.00a 46 Barnes Engineer _.., .25''% Negotiating Merger. The poll, centered on interviews clllzeni who "believed, and they would shun a recast! nonoldwdter -
Nato Alrl ... .80 8841 Chromaloy ,.,iiu 14''% with a cross section of itlll believe, In the senator ( Republican Par Iy
N Y Centl ....,...,... 46'1
.iOg ..._._ t the electorate cross-sec Is not clear,
Cinerama a and corMervatixm.
R. A.'s of In
O frill fork < luuiNEW C. entry Into the publishing type company; one truly
Nla 101 Pow 2.00 54
Computer Scl _. 21.%. field.Observera. the art of all\ communications.R. tin that produced an accurate Goldwaler and those e l 101 e But one expert In the ..
Norrold W 8.00 135% Cutter Labs A ......., .. 181%, YORK Radio Corporation C.. A. Is in the billion-do). forecast of many electrons, Including tn him are cautioning that If segment of poll data estimated .
No Ind PS__ 1.48 59% Data Control ,.w-_ 5514. of America and Prentice believe that the lar class and the acknowledged : the presidential contest the non Coldwalr forces the total at "maybe 3.1 million
No Nat Gas 1.80 80 Fulton Inds ._...... 1% HaD, Inc., a leading book merger would actually be a world electronic leader. Nov. 3 may well I help an jiNTrrd In ousting Dean 1Ju h. 1 probably much Ie..."
Olin Math _..... 1.20 401i Gen Develop _... 41t publisher, are talking "natural" since It would permit .
Owen n G _.._ 1.50 10114 Mackey Airlines ..._ 5% merger. the establishment of one Prentice Hall la recognis
Pac G 1& E: --1.00 35 Mead Johnson 15'1' This was disclosed Thursday'of the world's most modern ed as one of the world's leadIng I-lelfls- IOn
Pac Ltlng .. 2.40 31.% Pac Nw Tele __ 22V. In a Joint statement by chairman printing ventures, linking publishers hi the education. Bryant Start Work
Pat T & T 1.20 28% Philips Elec __ 42% of the two companies. Although R.C.A. computers and electronic al field and lately It has been
Pan Amer 4.. 1.20 29:161: Redwing Carriers 1% the statement describedthe ,, know how with the well active In the field of programmed '

Parke Da-: ', 1.00 291i RIc Group ._.,............. 2% established Prentice Hall teaching materials and I
Pennzoll __ 2.00 42 Sperry R WU ._ ...... lilt merger talk as "still to line of books. audio vlmial devices, a field 1st Barge Canal Lock
Pfizer ,_ _... .80a 4734 Syntex _,_ 82:161: the preliminary stage," It also which would fit perfectly with
Phelps Gd 3.00 71% Tampa Elec _. ...... 26% spelled out terms that ..tocrwould In his statement, Sara off R. c. A.
Polaroid .. JO 182 .. have said: PALATKA (AP) The firs Across t North Central tration for those who advocated
Tech Measur .....,- 15% holders to approve In the International field 1 nlJl'lda'l
Pub Sv E G 280 39 TWA Wta ____ 21'4 to effect the union. 1 Prentice HaD has long Prentice Hall does b a sinew of five locks: In the Florid, and five locks later, the canal It
Pure Oil 1.80 $7'% VnI" Clg __ 4% 1 played an Influential role In Barge Canal Is under ronntruc 11111 meet the Gulf
with 1,799 foreign" book stores, ; of Mexico at
Rayonier 100 413. The wedding of these two communicating and teaching lion, with a lift from Coy, Farr "The Carpe has been I right
Rexall .5Ob 55:161: MUTUAL FUNDS 1.373 foreign publishers and 2.- Uryant. the mouth of the Wllhlscowhee arm of Die Governor; of Florida
companies might foretell the through the printed page. At
Mel1 .50 35 Affiliated Fund _____ 1.88 I 197 foreign library ICCOUn I. River at Yankeetown. on this project Bryant said,
Reyn the end of the
dawn of a new era In printingby opposite c e nn- Its trade !book division publishes The Governor helped drive a, on (his ,"
project said
1.00 55' Life It Gr __ 1.78 Bryant
Merr Capital
Rich > munlcations spectrum, R. C. A. and Hawthorn 1 bulldozer and the The entire al 15t million canal
linking the electronic world non fiction Its move fin t I "The uf
R C Cola 1.20 11'1. Divers Growth ........? 11.15 has Influenced the Corps Knglnneri helped
Roy Dutch .. ._ 1.73g 447 Dividend Shares ._ J.78 with the printed pege. It could development po/oundly and growth of Books! subsidiary la In earth In the 13 B million 81, Is scheduled/ for completion In convince Congress of the need.
This Johns Lock
Searle Gd_ .90 841i Dreyfus ... 21.00 foreshadow all sorts of science electronic means for conveying this same field. .'Ub'WI-1 project. about nine years U Congress Their/ asMSMnents were generous
Singer ___ 2.00 82% Fidelity Cplt 11.38 fiction developments printing Information ki sight and books ary Is a leading to Catholicism Contractors will have two and keeps the money flowing, About but jirufemlonaj.' Opponent
Smith KIll 1.2Oa 6744Sou Fidelity Fund 11.27 at various locations through sound to people everywhere." Carroll relating V. Newtotn former a half years to complete thl I tl million worth of work b completed of the canal were never able
cat Ed 1.05 371t Fidelity Trend 11.23 lock, about eight miles soul I or under contract and anothrr Ruccessfully challenge them."
at fantastic speeds of New York University
computers ; president -
112 million Is available fur
St Oil Cal __ 2,00 B9'1II Fund'tal Invest 11.48 The merger Itself would still 'uf Palalka just off U. S. II. II I
printed pages delivered by tel be subject to approval of directors la president and MortimerM. (new starts In the next sU W, A, McCrce Jr of Orlando,
evlskm and the like. I of both companies as Capiln, the former Commlasioner ia close to the St. Johns River,i months.Cov. who l Is resigning' from the ITcr.Ma \ .
which will the canal
serve as
of Internal Revenue Canal
Authority after a term
II NEW YORK TIMES MAR KIT AVERAGES, DEC. 17 I At the same time, David wen as stockholders of earn. Joined the company last July I I route from the Atlantic Or.. II Bryant praised the U 8. is chairman, was presented a
Ia' ... THigh ,"* ,.. Sarnoff, chairman of R C. A., This la the second time within 23 u chairman of the necu- ;'at UM mouth of the SI Johns I Army Corps of Engineers fur Its plaque for his service
I Lew Close Met Ch g. I disclosed that Richard P. Et- the past few months that live committee, and a director.The River to a point south of '. .p wart In getting the projectstarted
2S toils 139.17 137.33 138.44 Up ML linger, co founder and chairman Prentice Hall has been I \board also Includes: D r. I ka. early this year after I McCree and MaJ. Cen. A. C
25 Industrials; 894.70 i 184.61 891.39 Up 5.671 of Prentice Hall "has merger target for a company\Alvln C Enrich, educator a Along a path to be dredged I'mort I' than two oVradre_of true Welling of Atlanta Army Dlvtkm
50 Stocks 516.93 I:510.97 514.91 Up 2.9'I[ agreed to become a member with Interests In the broadcasting ,_ Engineer, shared honors
I of the R. C. A. Board of directors -: field. Columbia Bread with the Governor )In riding the

If present negotiationsare casting System had engaged In bulldozer,
I successfully concluded." informal talks with the bee I

I FLASHESNEW This would seem to leave. publisher about six me albs Carpenters
MARKET little doubt that the lIIfI'erbu ago. There were subsequently
actually been agreed upon I broken off and nothing further

YORK (AP-Tbe stock and that only minor details 1 developed. End lirief
market continued its rebound Dew Joan Stack Averages "I would have to be completed.I Acquisition of Prentke-Ha I II l
If completed. It would mart would result In an entirely new
moderately active trading early Pmhras lMyr I 2nd Hour t-1

this afternoonGains 8U.I7 I 30 ladust I up 1711 I Gipe StrikeCAPE
of fractions to a point
broad 205.21 I 21 Rails up CL'A Britain PostponesU.S. :
or 10 were made h a KENNEDY AP) A
range of key stocks. Selected Issues IM.O I U Ltd. up 111 (carpenters union local today

gained 2 or more. : 301.11 | IS Stocks up 101 (fended a e e-day strike which

resumption Brokers saw of .the technical move u recovery a- 4.171,000)) Volume | 1371,000 Loan Payments /had slowed\ work on KM: minion

!based oa an easlng-up 1 worth I of construction at the nation's .
In ytarenl profit taking and 1 while Wheeling common rtIrO'rI LONDON (AP) Britain mounced postpone Installments! of principal spaceport.
'tal-" selling. Tbe business 1 I erect about a point of Thurs today postponement elawtaOmeot r and tiered repayments on v.x
day's IVpotnt be*. Nearly Ifno members of Carpentera
sews background was payments lotaUni I the loans These bIaDm nenls
u spotty sift Included a sharp WMtuRf pfCfCCTCdp, BOWWf, 111 .' mlBta-duo at the yeas AM are to be tacked M to the Loral MB AFL-C10.
drop housing\ starts and a de- sank another 4 petals. end-on postwar American and I end ef the period of the ban t !truck: ThurtoVy bt a dispute
lay b steel Industry labor contract Chrysler op a full point and Canadian bans. which lOW rune to 200.Britain's #433 rF fi 'over hiring of 3D eununi e car
General Motors, ahead nearly a I tpentert More than
bargaining. WO otter
Steels motors rails, taMes,! point were the strong features The actfoa was disclosed b], seriously adverse ieonaiuctlun( : workers hurt 0 red
Chancellor of the EatboiSMiJames trade balance ss the reason K
farm Implements, aerospace .Issues m ia automotive group. Caterpillar ... 1; the picket line end tied op workat
Bus the labor
CaUajhaa to wnttes I government' dedftoeto '
alrtnes.! electrical\ equip- posted a KID pilLComtat I'' /; Cape Kennedy, the Mmtll I*.
defer -
of Ceaaoottquestioner the tnUOmnU.Tbe
nonferrous was off about 2 answer to a Howe I -
.,-' ts. chemicals and oJ IMf monnpurt and nearby Pat.itek
metals snowed a higher points, shading Its worst loss : Amcrtcaa-Caajdlaa bent. Air Force &ue.
tr-nd. I bat exceeded X Calm of about -The government have deW, far postwar recaeatrartlM alt* .,.1 ,
Vie Associated Press averageof 2 were node by IBM. Zeros, ed to take advantage. demit dt getter fevefod more ftaa HIUfflOft ......_-- The Air Force and Corp. of
H stocks at sees wu up U UA Smelting and Control Data. prevision sa the fbwrial ,.. engineers reported May that
at ml with Industrials lip 1L Prices advanced to Boderatefittg agreements dated March I, Icebreaker Oil Patrol moat of \the workmen were backs :
rails up J and titties\ op A ea the Americas Stock 1t51, as respect of the 1X4 bstaQmeota The Catted States and Cana the )A
five decks waddle off recovMisMxe leavbsc a alslk presumably to
The Dow Jones Wnstrlal avererst Eachange.Corpnrate. and am advised fetwo Ida. ndwstood to bate accepted M
4.M 1& bonds were shed .', today's etoiak. ft Is Oxmr4 Leap lay ,.tdl.t pied apes despite b-freeslaf temperatures U M.*w was
tf accertfiefhCWer
BOM UI gwersenest bench weak. goveranfou pastpMenent ef sKererf aqua. MaajtMS Ovelaad .1 WUllaM College aye kU decks .lm. their hattie! a seetlemenl bad been

38tH.Fractional gains were made.toed a reports of fanScr B- the VKl sframement, and principal> peysacoti sort wltk liar Winter every year M .. eventluHy catches these and give I them reached belweea the onioo and
by the top four steetoaien IIIIdIIIIfficdMt as Bnlast. [the BrttU have the right .. 087. I free lodging .fas Mrs the contractor invoiced.BUSINESS .

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DEAR ABBY: I am a confirmed coward and do not three weeks prior to her wedding. Right after the showershe t WHO J .piWO NE!!I'VE GOT
have the nerve to confront my husband with the letter broke her engagement What should be done concerningthe I=: [ ONE FL RNAM/ /!!
at his place of business from his ex-wile. gifts? Thank you. I W ( *
he to discarded receiving him for her own convenience and when WONDERING :Z ESENT//

She did not work out for her ahe decided ahe wanted DEAR WONDERING: The gifts should be returned. I==

him things back. In the meantime he had met and married me.I .

cannot prevent this woman from writing my husband, DEAR ABBY: I recently attended a dinner party at some- I.
but her letters begin "My Darling I received your letter," one's home. The table was set with place mats! I thought

which means that he Is writing to her. too. That li what place mats were correct for luncheons, and table cloths
were used for dinner parties. 1:3
is breaking my heart Abby. is 003"p
We have been married only ill months and he professesto The food was aQ dished up on plates In the kitchen and

love me deeply, yet be continues to deceive me by con served directly to the guests, starting with the hostess 1-
responding with his ex-wife. Her letters are love letters first. There was a POTTED PLANT In the center of the 1I.

complete with lipstick prints over her signature How can table instead of the traditional cut flowers. Have the rules

I let my beloved husband know that he la torturing me for entertaining properly changed? Please print this with I. BLESS NAW-1 THINK

without admitting that I Invaded his privacy? your answer for others who are Ignorant when It comes to "'y... HIS HEART!:! SHERIFF TAITSUSPRISED rte.!_ r
DEAR BRIDEi Yon can't But don't let that atop you. WITHHOLD MY NAME .... HIM
Walt until you are both relaxed, unhurried and Ia the moodto DEAR WITHHOLD We are all "Ignorant" II different I MEc.1 IN CALEB'SHENHOUSE ,

talk, and then tell him exactly what you have told me. subjects. Anyone who would crltkh: a weO-meanlng hostess I A
The next move will be bis. And If be doeu't respect Ills who baa done her best to entertain her pelts Is, la my rnen

marriage wows by forsaking ALL ethers! the seat move is opinion, more guilty! of Ignorance thai the hostess.
yours. '
CONFIDENTIAL TO M.P.I Grief can take care ,f Itself. t
But .to order to get the full value of Joy, you most share It ;J A

DEAR ABBY: A friend of mine had a bridal shower with someone
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Friday Evening employed has been burglarized to be led to the site of to help out their former 0 :

1:00 O Well's Fargo and the p o lie a bloody Indian masacre. commanding officer b y
O Mike Douglas took his fingerprints aa Guest cast Leslie Nielsen staging a show at his / YEAH... NEED A LIKE I NEO WHAT'DYOu Inert AND YOU GOT THENERVtTOCRLL

1:21 O Moments la Sports part of their routine check. and Ed Peck falling resort hotel. (Two YOU SHOULDNTVE tSEEN DRINHJ; FgJRFEEVI COME, anoc WONDEwN'THEFOR SAMETHINOetMT / rYAADRLNIVNER 1waAT

1:30 O NewMwpeO David Janssen. Guest cast IU O News hours 25 mln.) G n e s t CAAICEUED THE sHOw I I
World dvOhatloa Includes Elizabeth Allen 7:" O Ensign OTooIe cast Bing Crosby Danny COULJ'Ytt t50NECai/

IM 03 (Color) Local News, and Lee Bowman. O'Toole uses hypnosis to Kaye, Rosemary

;) Weather, Sports 11:" O O News, Sports get Nelson to give u p Clooney, Vera Ellen,

(.M O Newt,, Sports. Weather gambling.O Dean Jsgger Miry 1

Weather D (Color) News, Sports, Jimmy Strickland Wickes and Barrle Chase. I
O SnuhiM Almanac Weather O Mr. Broadway
I:IS O Newt Highlights 11:290 Movie-Double Featare 7:31 O 03 Flipper There was "Somet biD 1 g t
a I:. O 03 O NewtVsIaI' (Color) "Danger. Although to Sing About" when vocalist
O Numbers Sandy Bud and Barbara Lake was ;
L "Letter from an Unknown
7:00 O Yascy Derringer Woman." (1941)) Hap have no way ol I In the big time, but nobody
Death knowing it, the appearance remembers her today
O (Color) The setting Is Vienna !In1090's.
of a man and his until Mike, one of
Days '
A of IS becomes
girl -
O Waal's New- Ddrn son to rent a fishing boat her old fans, decides to
Infatuated with
a ;
continuation of the story spells danger Guest cast make her a star again. THANK /pN. DO UN
A !;;1I11
23 year-old pianist Joan Lee and Rene 1 i j THATSA L.h THANK vt U,
of Maid, the Finnish boy, Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Phillips Guest cast La u ren Ba- PuT VMLL.wua binsA.e 1J TtiAr w ALL'"
searching for his sister. Christians. Burau. call, Martin Balsam and wiNoganl,S YTRUi J
ilady Jackie Gleasoa Himself. ray W" l.a = Ta A KNOT
Ocu Reeves
Q3 !
I 2. "The Electronic Mon- ON T"isn
( 03 Mr. MagM's Jackie's guest is comedian ., 10.M O Gall.moke'Flltus's ACx.avz
7.30 O ,ater.(1960) I
Charlie Callas, who gun totingAunt
Christmas (Color) Myopic 11:301) CD Johaay Canon tells a story shoal I Thede and young .
(Special l.N Movie
Mr. Magoo portraysewer Eben- Brooklynites on an African >- Ivy Norton both are desperate J 1J

Scrooge, the world- SATURDAY safari Jackie describes to get married: q 1j /

' famous miser m lonlght'i Monlng and Aflemon a "Better Mouse Thede's problem Is find- j r
M minute cartoon n r7:00 09 t'aloa Pacific trap," and Frank F 0 n. a man and Ivy's is get-
sion of Dlcbllll' cla.ulcA O Sunrise Semester tame offers Joe the Bar. ting rid of her oppressive i

Christmas CaroL" Voices 7:3 O Sunday School Forsm tender a garbled versionof father. 1--
' are Jim Backus. J a ck 09 Ramsr of the Jungle "Cleopatra." Sketches: 11:01 O Detectives -
Cassldy. Joan Gardner Lilt) Across DM. Fence a bride serves her first 11:21 O ID News, Sports,

Jane Kean, Royal Dano, O Mister Mayor meal, a doctor copes Weather
Morey Amsterdam. Les 09 Rocky and Ills with an emergency case 11:30 O Movie AND ASSURE _A6A-r
Tremayne and Paul Frees. Friends of obesity and a matador "The Rains Came." tints THAT LADOlt 15 R cNTEU h THOROUGHLY hIDRK f 0 KMONALLYK wuL-
I.M 0 Barns and Allen prepares for "The M om- ((1949)) During the attempt ""y rM AFRAID WHAT ALL YOU'D HAVt 10 DOE iNTuzoiro it DAIRY ANO rDtl WOULD VtKY SRATlfUL! !

("Int e r national S b owtime" 09 (Color) Popeye and ent of Truth. to obtain funds for the -+ THE You QUESTION suontsr,ISOUr LAOOit of! K sE A COMPANION,FOR CeAMINGNOT ROMANCES! CASUAL al WELL PAID--., MM. WORTH
Is pit empted.O Belt I:" O 03 Mr. Magoo establishing of a children' I KNOW DIOTNIN6 O/TMEAL REPRESMATN[, THE i4OSPRAL I CAN LEAVE AND
}N O Science Fiction funds for the establishing MOUT 'ADVERTISING -
(Color) Magoo's version TAKE OVER MAIN!
Theater 1'ROMOTIONf 4 (
Drovers" of a chB.dren' ANY 'LR TARNISHING
Mo Dogs or are
of "Don
O AMa Quixote. The a THE IMAG1
welcome In Junction City. hospital two nuns
errant knight and his
IM O Tennessee Tsxeooif
entertained encounter a composer a
While Favor's being
squire Sancho Panza set
} O Hector Heatbctie and
by cattleman Ben painter, a gangster.
10M Q Qukk Draw !McUrawO off to find something Loretta Young, Celeste
Dennis, his men are receiving
shabby treatment 09 Underdog knightly to do. Holm, Hugh M.r 1 lowe, s
from the townspeople. I':31 O 03 Fireball 21,1O ':::11 O Texaa Elsa Lanehester, Thomas

Eric Fleming, Clint Eastwood Mighty Moose O Gilllgan's/ Island Comes (One hour, JJ
Paul Coml Paul I IBrlnesar. 11:" O Uses, The LIonhearted On Christmas Eve, a radio min.)

Guest cast includes o CD Dennis The news bulletin brings 11M (B Movie-Doable Feature
Philip Abbot. Menace the castaways hope that MA'AM,I MAY'Z j AM AN )yQ ONa WOULD .IR, 2 KNOW woeRs n-b'Tea bill WHO

O American's Newsreel 11:300 The Jeuoss they may be rescued 1. "The House of In- eoiAIis.YOd sa TAMN sauces rA,cur A pelvis IPLANI, HAra CUCN A A.NAMs TUATIMY TNa ft OUT.oPv.is. IaaD TRAVEL-PERMiV ye A aHIDNO
O 09 Fury and they reminisceabout trlgue." (Drama; Italian Ace bwsrnoOnt .o of NAM! Intl Ass PRCsNWsfsvs
7:IS O Florida Blue Key how they came to German ISM) During ANOsecrr? I A .Prl
iVest Coast Indian Ob 12.00; O Sky King : : CANYON JI
jects." Chairman of the,, O CD exploring be shipwrecked. World War n, the tD ns.w _
09 Wrestling/ 03 Addams Family Germans capture an at. 13'e

Social Sciences Department
ol U.JO: O My Friend Flicks Art critic Bosley SwainIs lied radio operator In 1 .
of the University tC
Florida, RIpley P. Sullen CO Liberty Bowl left speechless by> the Netherlands, and i 0; ,I s LL.i //

discusses the Pearsall Col (Special West Virginia Grandmama's p a intings. proceed to use his equip
lection. University's M o u n tain- Encouraged by this "vole merit to transmit false
eers meet the Utes of of confidence," Gomes Information to the BrIt- I a
I.M 0 As Fairs Go-Documta- the University In Utah sends for his friend Sam ish. Curt Jurgens, Dawn

tary the sixth annual Liberty Picasso to help de. elop Addama, Folco Lulkl. 2-

1.30: O D Bob HopeBob Bowl game The teams Granny's talent. Guest "The Body Snatcher." !' V
welcomes actor play at Convention Hall cut VIto Scotti and Hugh (Melodrama: IMS A cab

James Gamer, comedienne in Atlantic City N.J., in Sanders. driver In llth century ----- 'IOOJJ --

Martha Raye, song the first network tale- I:. O Q) Movie England devotes his

stress Nan y Wilson, the cast of an Indoor football (Color) Saturday Night at spar time to robbing ryia
singing Beach Boys and game. the Movies: "White graves and selling the SAR6f. a'-, 7: tA25t1 N K TCO
actress Kathryn Crosby.' I:" O Spotlight C irlatma.." ((19M Irving bodies to a doctor, who T+0 taJLloa t a + MUCH FOR CMf LAivg
/ lV /
In one sketch, a takeoff O Dig This Berlin wrote the music needs them for his experiments. ARa

on a certain TV serial, 1:3011 Movie and lyrics for Us: Boris Karloff, POwNfTARL
Bob and Martha portray "Juares" story of two song and- Bela' LugosL (Two hours,

a married couple residing O Lloyd TaaxtosMS dance men who decide 40 min.) I. O

In "Pitiful Place" Les : 0 Theater X -
Brown conducts the or' "World Without End" I

chestra.O : MS CD Bluebonnet Bowl Today History I

Entertainers I University! of Mississippivs. i fSgV ,
Ed and Tulsa
Comic Wynn singer !
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Belgian Bulge.la .
I.N O NFL Coontdowa
Rosemary Clooney are
the guests. ':31 O Outlaws Today Is Friday. Dec. II, the I IMS Lord Haw Haw-WJ-I t

ii C New Orlrans JmI I I:" O Wilbur Broilers JJ3rd day of 1964. There art U Ilam Joyce lost his appeal to .

:M O Royal, Philharmonic I IJ O O Porter Wagtarr days left to the year. escape death as a traitor ta a

1:30 0 03 Jk Benny I ':H O Fishing h. Today's highlight In history: vote by the British House of .
4 ; Tic fill 1i4M, W T nQ IT wvSKT JEFF MEAMuiiia, we lewc PARKS' t? AMBERS.
9 O Comer I')It', I SMC10.M O Newsalfhl On this date In IMt the Ula Lords I wa ApsealLLa t :Y: TKL THEM tT WAS Jff we K u VWV.!. ALL I A
Amendment to the :; R wAS TMs! OT1IU kip.. jtw M o PIP rr11 CAN TEu. A7Y, MRS.COWMS. HES JUST
: O Jack Past (Color) ':IS O NewscopeCD Conslllutlon.l Tea years ago twenty- sli! KH KILLED MM 1''! TW1t 1t7YR SOM MALL tiEr A iAiR eOnt JUPbe..
; Malcolm Muggerldge and (Glue News, Weather abolishing slavery, went Into ef persons wen killed In the crash: JEFF. JEFF Ca.tINSIry IAL..wwETiSlt NE3 HEARD M eIaTEH1 vrAtJWHeIE /
Oscar Levant chat with reeL It completed the work I ol an Italian airliner at New COURT OR Aalit.T COURTf Cxt AC>!'

Jack: the Muppru put Ir O Deputy started by the Emancipationfroclamatlosj. York's Mewild Airport. II

appearance; and come -The Next Bullet* A Fire years ago -P r sidrnt : --
dlan Godfrey Cambridf note pinned to a murder I I On this date Dwight D. Eisenhower conferred I
t II also! scheduled to ar victim marks Lamson as In 1799. George Wuhlngt n .la Tunis with President I I
pear. killr's next target was burled at Mount Vernon. Habib Bourguiba. :
' O The Saint CD Daniel: Borne I In IKS! the Senate Foreign
One -west Berliner :
03 Fugitive "MwrtUla of the D-l" .ration Committee approved year ago
' "Detour on Road Go A nan Boone thoutjd ) '. Kellogg: BrUnd Antiwar lined up to get permits to :

Nowhere." KimMe: ha, .aJ and a trio of Brit 'fee visit relatives la East Berlin 1 1

move quickly: The n. one appear out of awtMte > la a new blackout was horn they bad not seen fur te

tall lodge where he wI ) and they all w ow. .aoiped on the flghurg in the years.

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Black II "MA,,I HLL" WAN I10LW --
Muslim Movement

CLASSIFICATION Cull( "|lrlC"t' ..V tWlfft .l,*Til *
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WANTED SIlls 4 Men 173 NgI

Topic of Telecast Monday INDEX 110' TWO 0111 limo NIOSId
514 1511 courHool Ooy OO'' 51e(0'
THEREIS WMH, Hourly: Mr ,- | M 1d
VKttMn AMly :ft* Hwlim
Elijah Muhammad the I sell.."leaks" to the press. Richard ANNOUNCtMENn'M iw" nm ILWAITRISI

proclaimed "last messen I ;r.D. Heffner conducts the Inter- 15 N15MIrIM1S WANTIO
115W JePSne'S EwI550511
from Allah to the Ameri! c a i a I view. EMI M mOW HAVE YOU 1 will* Ihm Apply" In PtrtttMM
Negro," appears in an txclu.I Reston calls upon more than IiPSIIONClo
L ItnrNMtotcW $1145. 151k. W5
live interview on National Educational -.|30 years of Journalistic experience a ,.- /550.n.5RI _", ... 5.1011(11, "lc, I. SSI
ply WISPS "tvMI'Icotoni .... r..*r.
Television's documentary and an Intimate IMmtMPtarwl
MCtl. .. IM MIA O.lnttvlll.,
DDlky profile of the Black Mu Itun Knowledge of the American political I I NY OF THESE ......
I IMy limn. CHIN Ctrl
leader which will be telecast scene to answer He f f. WANTID' btmily: 1055.Sv1.
f Pitctt' U Ot ,Ant Ivn t 1511IVl II Nl III II
Monday, at J pm. or ner's battery of candid and 1/v01, r. Mt PhoM PR *M|*_

4 Channel pointed-questions. 111101011 0551N5..5IN101 mwctar/ WKMT IIR.lltrMuWft 4t;

In the half hour prog r arc With characteristic wit Res- Mult M PMMMM, .kk
rMM III Wtt MTV co..".. ..1IIOMIIrtt ,
entitled "The Messenger from ton, who coined the now famous AUTOMOTIVINAirHim .I IINGS I TO SELL? frattt. AMlV alltr I

"news 111Mawd14. .... M ntiy Hir'' Prltiy tr ift-
Violet Drive, Bun Anders orct phrase managing, or I p.... M SAluntay
station KQED San Francisco tells what that phrase me a ns TITruoM tar MIR NATIONAL CRIOIT IXCHAMOtiinwr
1l ....(.. WMtttTrtemn (TVPIIf
conducts the interview the He also takes a sober look a t \ CONSCIINTIOUi
N a TWCR Ktm.li. 41 Mt .1 tout II 1 IIKMol

first ever filmed with the 67yearold the evolution of the U.S. press, II TrtiHT ........ 'ey II Bring! You Extra Cash .>. Mil...Ml...MMflll.l.., INirthMit, 1,015 tnlr.t .,Nw .>

Negro leader at hb its political affiliations the II Mttareyclt. t tCMttrtAuMncMI. I pm, MandAy Htru PrIMy ..rllfr

home on Violet Drive In Phoe changing concepts of news reporting II '. llMtlrtAUIMMMIM I ,m. M l.Mr NATIONALiRgPIT iICHANOe
nix. It is from this base rather and the Influence of II tar ..>t !. I

- than the organization's official he broadcasting media on thenewpaper. f7 II '....*.1"W I IIM....... CtrtAulM Rugs /lJ"WHILEREADING";TH II M.I. H.,. W......

- Chicago headquarters that rrn otm1r--; ;
toll trim mull *INl MMiMnfcomMnv ,
Elijah Muhammad directs bj AM II.l. M,ary "lulcommiiilwo
Guns moil .. _.oi.,
telephone and courier the oper Escambla IDUCATIONALII PIMM )14ll t ..M, It > '.M,

t.I aUon of the controversla '. a IntlrvctIM. .. 11.555,1
lALtiMAN tar HMHmuh
Black Muslim movement. 5 MusIc. D.eI.,. Tools ,. ), Hlttl" ........ _.,101I.MtII

the candid interview, School Bd. N VMtMVlMlrwllMIMPLOYMINT .4 ; M. Apiny T_ ..._ M...,,
"I During 01/115DK115.. h.1.l.. M I p.m,
the Muslim leader affirms his Boats Y n.

/ r J belief In the doctrine of total Far in RedTALLAHASSEE II PMl.lt.. ,HUP WMtttfII T 51001 TWO. 10015 Ml" M Km......molt. 1,111,11 MkMlt '" !'AIMak(
and M.It" .. WtrrtMM
separation of the :" VM-MIMI AMly" Klngl PMt
white races in America. In I addition II N.'Ip-1..N. .r -tile Tents : HMI.I4.H Htjm'' II _

he discusses other 1 aspects \, MrMn, ...- AMrmwitt.ivy Tw. Kin |... (M w1IP H,!.
Auditor Ernest Ellison said today M Wor WvirM Pmtlt Books'Plants um A... MKIMI, PK. Y..II.tcriMl Mil, to 1.14 101 ..._ pil
of the Black Muslim philosophy Escambia County's School U Wtrk WMlMl. Male AK Mr Mf. tr.HH.r. .'.MI I Sally trau win M4iii/.
M 1,11 ..II...
as well as his charge Board was $1,282,563 in the red "f am WSilt You L.a","

that white supremacy in America CUlMI. .,. iKrllnt M JM. 4 *) to Vtrulll 5I.YKYI /5YS.1.
for the years between July 1. O vlllt tar wiN rMcfcwilcl MtHit .1155 MI, im i 4r4, 1
will always deprive Negroes FARMS b LIVESTOCK bMv rwir nwi. TMMCI ....,..-. ,.,.."', /(191155 I01I
1960 and June 30 1964.
*M art MMMrM Ity MM N'. 11nC111.' "
I his
- of their equal rights "A' deficit In the amount of M Ptrm atulcrrw Pianos pmnr IXv.lMn. .
for the economic development V PPM ft ftrtmurLIVMtadl / At M CMl ta ttt. lr:lntr.tnlnt ,_ c lit ...... lor "'.,
. PEPJ"1rRACY plans $1,282,563 existed in the supportand S ft luMllMLMtKWlnt ,, ,51 5111.111,551 will, SI.1 5IN.n told EMI e..... 11. ..." MN
of the Black Muslims and .. 111' l1. 1110511 'ot .,... ......11.. oN 'o.tltI .
of black maintenance (operating; If TM loRM Stoves ,5 P41M. "M55n.1111 51511(1M. 11.11154. 3.01 N 5wrl W1.5' //,
JtM MVi3MEONE the establishment a funds kindergarten to 12th Ptll 1 tupplMU .. P5r111C. $115 'It'.1 G..II", Iwo N 111KIl
national bank his reaction 1 to .....Ic.. 411, IW lilt. Av.. 0.", ,. 0, SIu '0'. 05' (011141'
A grade at June 30, 1964. because UvnlKk" MMtatMIRCHANDISI. -oRi'V 15115 N.... Vt II. N. ...,.,
' BEWFI the defection from the movement Radios GROCERY 051,1' ', P" T T 5 5 N boils,
not held withIn
E S? X formerly I I expenditures were I MANAGER TRAINEES AOORItS IN ION'
of Malcolm "
the resources, said Ellison: WANTED1111,1501NM01,5$151455
one of his trusted lieutenants FINANCIAL New PAN 10171 105 51111.. j
" in an audit released loaay. Skates pmlllMl ,,,"1 JKIINMI Mull" "",. 010111/ .11. 55155) MM5M1I5.
and his prophecy that white Ellison said some of the N /,511141 O1lSwllls "' ....... Pllt VACMMM. Mt >HVIT 3 pl5l ,,,,_.. _
.. meet a II M'Y It .Ill IrMM MMIHt "tu.llll. NeilW.' lOlA ....,_ 1554 q
....... America will eventually board's financial operationswere N Mo'1i10NN .... P...., .....". nun lulllimt ctnu tar MW NIMIK/M ci......

" -, fiery doom. not carefully managed, 110151 WwI1 Trunks Mi.iivnwit tarp.ri i>"cM, lltrlintMIHIM M.'"HnMrlfncMl PATTN11NI IS 011150 eUlL'

Author lecturer Louis L o- budget Items were overspent 111 m.._. IN 1 w..5. 51 501 T5151 pull
: some ....... ,
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Clayton Powell two predominantly IN jKklMt Mlnll, ...,...,, IIM
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'iJID i discussion of the Black Muslims Grindl said the board "has taken MIIC. PIT' IMta 14 y... OMrlMCIV (SIC AIKIHI.4UWII WNIMAIANIN- PUPPISI'
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' ,: editor of the New York Tunes, board PI Mu'et' MSrcMndN/, THE
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two time Pulitzer "makes 101110.5 15N AUa//014 PIN. MINIAIURI 00141hY.1 pI.p1,0
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the role of the America tar ItltMCttlMM Livestock. 511111 0510 .
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o 45515 paynad ".. .booting. end "...,.. MO II'*. *W titian II"". IY OWNER.I 1-ton A-c. iii.wo tndn with SMI dowel Phono PR S.r brv.ttN.m kt a U. I. Steel Home
o Bunts Motile' Memo, tin Terr.170 I IR homo Highland' Court Mar .. HI m.. daiS >l I41h ',. lulLItory Stilt n All aril bYALACHUA
Crank Harnon, lad RoWnien. PR MM NUME0 INC.
o ar. nvlm club mamherehlp." tone. t framt In nearby" town
4I7T NW 11th: It.o 14 Wettrlront Prtptity ed ,.,.. excellent llnenclll Or Phono Ittuualroml
o Ron with option 17.000. Gen t rn Shady tot.Plinlng .....
FEDERAL QUALITY rongtmmito, PB. J777MO.OWNBlTtRANSFEPREO .lake ...,.... Coll Helen. M.d.l Hon Conning werv
PJl fM. 1111 N.
HOMES INC. WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD iI' ---S IR, a........... 1 $010. P...IIy noon. .olyeot' et M.M. w. JIPI.Camaarl f ,VO HAVE

:. 4H MW. UNI It. Otlnt.. It... .......r. ineelollilng In HUM, dl,_._, dliMlol, nUN. Ilr pln, too air condition.Ing. MARY MOELLER REALTOR coot with .0 ether I .
Welt Johneon Lass I'ItOPUTIU parquet 1100'MI' yard. ion mooorn kltchon ocrotn loit W. Univ. A... PR e44716alne booroem. s both tuny olr cmoxhomo
Mill Min
PR ACREAGE down tuas ..... IUO HI IO'"lOCO. porch., toncod paid, ocron hag vHle, Pla. *. -you'it luv it EVLiiy
172 t441. Now rd IIMMW' Jr. Hlgn. Will TIME." Sailc' modefe SIM'S t*
II LOTS FOR SALT a 5.1 N. M.Iro a Git 13011: rail .,'" omwn M "buy. tilt flN MOVI IN POR XMAS 'Newly redecorated 101.I .
BUMMER MOMS IUY NOW-'HD WORK OUT TH8 .I. mo Pi.... excellent neighborhood. your
Rhrer, DOWN PAYMENT not a IUbdl.,..... par .oNO.IS I
At mouth if Suwennei I IP. 1 ball'. Ill NW tth Avt.
BY OWNER Lore I IK CCI complinly Now Inn... an Mav11y weeded lots I bodroom comont m bothh lmquort and o/Iot>IN.... Throt bedroom I Law down payt 171 mo. Nl Ruill-,
...... on did tot M paved mad lurnl_ lanailroplaa.' AMM I.ew under Nn.ructlon. T a r o sand ". Nags family/ room wildtlrooltu. both, cone,to block Lap II*. SPOTLIGHT IS ON
In NW ..... Excellent Ism.sits. H Mil 4 In** w.lan Nttlngflehonnon'l loon bodroom, OlIO and two Lures polio woll landocopad. Ise loon. satiation dlnble' roan.f1 MARY REALTOR THIS WEEKS
Can 170)01.LAROI VymerTounm. II' Including' brick front Co- tSW down. ....* plus. porch and petit.. Priced MOELLER MINIATURE
: Phone parade PR MM LlysOek. Ionian' In Weonvood Eitiloo.Wolk to.n. Hardwood "..... 11 II Owner S ... MoNota.. 101* W. Univ.. .... ...fit 44471Oelneovllle GAINESVILLE
.. beautiful KM In N.W. P14, tl tchooli." All city oervlcai, 11.1. 7ID II'.... inisn. h avoli>Mo today. Call ALA.CNUA RACEWAY
I Section. located OdllOMIt 1 tO CIty See at N.W. Jtlh Drive' and N. W. The James REALTY ASSOCIATES
limit win paved "...... lower, IS H..... IM fall inn: Piece.' Call V3-S4S dolly ar Company :370-2440, Arlo T. Imllh, Roans JWK 107 W. U.Iv. An..
city wtt f. AIN lira. Id* ova.* 17>-t04 nlghll.PICE Du.t.. old nr. ..m,... .... SELL AT COST Hi. Bets fMhtl put SD td.. Ng teak d
ibis til Wild, Road .kt i mind NEAT 1 IUCI .l 41! NW Mil OWNER TII..II'I'IUINO. SACN1.. No .....'"" .... Good torrm. you Ka.owayf hr 1b. thrill .f (!..*
Lovely' 4-IR Homo to Mmtoryr. )
new Molort G' lll.'l
north of Sperry. Down piymtnl P1 u. keflnlihed. I .. renoe i BR I bathi, N" room, Mary Mcxlltr. Rdaltor 372-8404
_. tanced. FHA flninct, m par mo. 0._ !'* mL I of camaul an 4 II'. tht plact f. t. Th* Hi oamts Si totaletl.l.l
I 504 lima .rringad.Mocan. 4 refrlgeriter' Ivn'' No Kit w. Univ.. ..... PR olCoinoiviiio .,. |
..... Low On .., 1. I2M: Nl l INN p 441. Inoutlful wooded robee PIVI IRDP.OOMS two bathl .M L.tw, Cola. Nght.
Na .... coth town lit per CHI. ; "' Pla. aolt.' Will ntootlott ....... Drive icing Ptrocli.. F.m/ri. ur.
MI V. ... McCoy 77.. 174345.. fD./1030' Hurt ond wallablt Hi ant wook n.lrplR ssd dons tht beck
; :; OWNER I ID. carpool IW inland any limo. 173-ouo er inNlct Sullt.In rango, dllgmol. dlih.wathori c log for tha Id r'Y IOO-, scaly lot. Poor loncod. .2t I now Centsmts ".... itrtlahr. |If your cod wd.'l mt.our Np H MM c m.ttitiM .
: ocnoou S Mwopln' ttlf ARE YOU MOVING TO OC1: AI tumoco. Ovortliad lot wllh modification sdtic. lo yours ttr MM Mkhif.
Tenthly Small tqvity. lilt N.W.$3th home In Ocoii Pie. I I*. playing. room for chlldron Y I tntl.r t Hock d hl9P rm.Nc. pttono to in
l it. in-ua. I bolht near Jr. college Olamentary pail llraot, city oowort connoctadi -
Ihs majtl kits is> dlapl.p .f
+ Afltr ltd
MODEL HOMI ClOSEOUT acheolo and shopping con.tor Wolc.lto and. Iliho* pit* yau
69 -. A \: AO Now throo bodroom two lull both On large landicaped M. WH Intel ditlrlct. Drive .by tin rha nits wty you II crt.ii.ly wont M odd u1 Ned
: _I I / 18.SBACXOSS "bullDofi modol. Omorol lltctrW trade for Umllar ....... ki Nl ttth Torraco than call i ant tt Mitna ta ytur tquipd ( IN 5 .Kc.II.NI gift

: L A 1'\ t-T built-in' iron and rongo. Ol control .. OIS.OOO Gomeevlll la Ol Prlcl.m cell rmgo McKlnnty from .. far .....11. and appointUINtJ Mt. for soy mil Ss year BN/. Op tn """ytht .11

: I N D tilt 1'I) !. Net' Il/nnlng: / !hootlnf. Fully adaptabio/........M.._.air.... con.IW lot GrIM baits, 375-3417. -' WANTS 0504. .'.- carry II..,. fl.nonclng Ih* Mfdwif rfanliat net 'M WtoliMt.tfoy .
: t D L N R o D u A deep. SIM down VA| 01M FOR SALE IV OWNER I IR t, tn "ill mnonry throobodroom sod) Sunday p.irtt a I. .'* thort o never toy
.C_ 21.AadtaL per month. 0,. Sill down PHA, both CCI. Woolly imioted I block two bath "hauw "M< chtri M too* wh* tnt M N witch Hi* 015111.
fS.Unocc ... EipwJe. LAS TO M I -TS SIM per month Includei touts anddoling. tram J. J. FHiiev ochocJ it mat ..rou.110 from I'ln.oy.
i NW School. Hordwood ., Noon. fur Nut Welk SPOTLIGHT
PIN PL nice feelureiFineloco ,11
i iT Hugh Edwards Inc. O Many
: )S0. PMsa for 0 N. O U : R A N 1 flee al Nl Uth It. and Mm Ave.S7onvi. _....Iv., air" conditioner tncloud, ...ea., fully' aqulppodkllchon Wttck l
labs paym 151 I N S M I N R 0 A and ../...... ReoMnoWypriced. it optional coins M
Call I7M774 for rood.BY With Hvaook Iron ond pins
31. Tokci of
.... AT t -It 0 PAN 4 WINTER family homo ki Waldo.Moot most.TRANGVIL
nlm.U L volul to bo found OWNIIt. aatnNil. 110m. for
: any.when. .
: 13.Opposed to S2. aepalt t R A T A D Sot ova lot. 4 ..... it wit. In HW MCfIart. I bloc. from ohooa tin toning on' tvor undar an m.ten.fwo mKlrkwood. tr AMUSIMINTS DINING PININO-DANCINO *
tear of WeUo Jr. HIg 4HI57I.II3M Myre Tawllliosv 1CItooI. MwN
l&lmUoU S3."Tb.-r lilt- T .! A H. SIM I IS' 110 h .... N III Dppicl.t.... CIII Fit Oracloui rna anry mkrooml 1EWLlNO' AI n. BYRON'DUTCH COCKTAILS
below' PHA. S *R. I full a- dInc:. antral 10.1. tour bib tietst34VV LORD
16.E.r.shad m.kn" 0 I L .TIA R A -U it L ails, PH. room, Lltllawood' tree.Apprllaed throo II",,. flroplact PALM LAN"$ TREAT UNIVERSITY I INN
: 17.Vend S5.RedJTi i + It 111,001. Dial 401HO. plrquntloon.. Shawl by op1100 Opan, ...ry night' for your on.fcrymont Chartoal Hook Room Smorgea,
ST. addadd W .IS -A LASSITERREALTY SolntmaM' toll?. from t AM. tt I AJW.Prot 1802 W. Unv.! Av. .board, CocKioll Hour I to I. |
19.Formic ....
rrP 00 DOWN and Milan will "" ,1Ot1III'W. MIND, for thd prlct M L
o..Ac.d.. SOLUTION OP YISTIRDAY'S PUZZllj PHA clmlng' cots on tlthor tf 1106 Wide' II" 11.- ..
poy .
: u price reduced no .......,IHI.... aU. I Ifoe.1otI 'IIIM.. ft tht mum of
U. Click beede I Mint kitchen equipped, than two bPdroom homoil tnt II Phil Remlru and fill Latlnalroa.
2.1J.. I Emil apple For A Dinner Or Snack
In NW and tht othtr SI.
PHA PUNLANDAmuiln IMI I. w. I3lh: St. PR ._.
44. Hilda or VA 1101 Nl 15th Tor. SendwIchM -
20. Tardy si.ngulih You Sins choler of construction, M CoNNOasts Meoll Or
: Idwerdl Inc H 7Q71.conitructlon. Club
-v In Dining' Room or At
45. block' or from Now Hove and to says end Girls
ZJ-Settre 4. Commerci: 10, Robin's II SOLO THII" MONTH TO ADVERTISE" IN TH'
n"1./ Tallo5. LOVELY HIW I lilt Nana onto QUALIFY POD HOMISTIA D refrigerator In on. "houio. I'ro.7 otPtoll HUMPTY DUMPTY DIN 4 BANCIOIRICTORY
24. 5.Wlie home .....,no Nowm.n'. L... II n mr EXEMPTION FOR 1"1 Pumlturt' cm bo purchased ADMISSION JOt NW Wth: St. '
pond DOWN /I.Home of 11. Eng. river ooloctdocaralloni. In both at vary roiionebli. 1011 Wait Unlvorolty, ......
25' Soddes 1. Amateur Aoro'o', : .. 41 BEDROOMS I bam central heat figure You con't go wrong HOT SPICY PIZZA
: Proldtnul: 13. Fert lobbr. 10''io .by own Call PR t-504t. beautiful "built-in kit. ONI YEAR for SS2.00 per month total DINING Vorl.1I1I Iran p1440 elta.d0i *
terror radio open. II mes you CAN SAYS 01900 Mll, OLD eppx. SI.DM down, ...... poymonti. Put tneit on mudNaon, to lob.nr In DINING-MUSIC
: 26.Tbat mas tor r.Wsllib. tree 111both I IP., I bath tamo. Control on hoot Into at r.n'lr OS per mo. your 11./ ,. ITALY IN GAINESVILLE Ueo ti wit your ._If.. COCKTAILS
built In kllchon, corport anditoiogt Incl f 4 MOVE J.W.KIRKPATRICK SHELLEY'S 372-6582
.. 20. Recline loSt Cell 17"271. IN. Dint .by candlelight In tht dollghltul lit W. Un""' Avo. GENERAL GAINES
I. r--- IJ If IS IT .. ,It ,,, :Ordinance lliTMoahort tt HolylMANARO'I KOS NW lit Avo.OldFlllllOfiod STEAK
1 I. I .. .... EASY TO BUY I both w.', family roan North.won. Rialto In Lougna, pint '..''ul.. o.S- Prime and. Cholctlleoko .
I : I" I 'h''. 23. Belgian This charming t IR, I both home OII.JOO with .ItocIl.I0ms. It N. Main St Phono PR IS4MASSOCIATISt and tlhor ..,ie...... lltllon Pood.Jin I'e' Root Ice leer c...... prepared tt your torn
In tin Plnley iota can be bight No .....lIlyl.... MOVE IN. Hiwlhomo Rd. HI. PJM an our. open 0 .rtS. Holiday Inn*
.. I communi for wily' 01,000 down and SIM'" Ploys' Mathliien' .,... Bunnollopt 372._ Claood Malaya A & W ROOTBEER STAND toot a W IIII" PR IM4.
I" 1" 26. Vandal par _III. Kllchon ,Ii equipped PINLIY ARIA 4 IR I bath : A. w. NCI USN Rot. 3307 NW 13th St.U .
I : 27. Termlnale. Lovely yord Th. IUY of the on quiet deed end strut Centralheat. evil Kirkland Ban OrlHInIV HOWE COOKINO PLAVORChickon I '//rT; : yeor it Slo. *. Call/ now to eat. Nice' yard. Only 0700 down S.. Pood IttakoSorvlng LOUNGES *
I f// 29.F1T to qualified FHA buyer. OWNER 150, 1 bath. Mil Cog.pla0 dinning lrom IS canto .
i ZI II tJ 30. Signify :'. DID YOU KNOW? NW 1} Ave. Wnlmorlond. Avonoblo from 7 AM tt f PM
'Il. HIGHLANDS t lit 1 bath rgroomi. tn inert notice. Tirrasitfloor TOWN HOUSI RESTAURANT P Iton Prnentt
31. Summer ;' Thai you con own will ollracllve IIR Choice/ neighborhood. 117,. *. Call PR o-TWJ for ..,. IM4 IW tth "l. Get Results 'mlPrv're LOUNGEIxotla
\ : 'l. JI 3. :rr dUh I bath Cl nemo II me.Nl SOI. MOVI IN. Atmoiphort Soft Mink
'h location tor only 0301 down lotutltvily DifferentOrlnki
32. BulTooo
: end S54 per month. Corner /lot S2JO DOWN 4 ..... 075 dolingcoil. ADVERTISE IN THE Ae Yea Ike thorn
U "" f// J 33.IIeb.mruure. Paned. beck yard leltw, call/ Only, S4/ per me. paymonl FURNITURE MS NW llth: SI. PR 410 OS.ADVERHSE
: fh now II Inclu.... tixeo 4 In.ur nc.. I Sun Want Ads
11 ,. 34. Maicullne .R I bath. M Narthweit Neorwponilvo UPHOLSTERY SERVICE DIRECTORY IN THE

1- 36 Faction UNIVERSITYREALTY OCCUPANCY.hornet. IMMIDIATI Pot tog duality eortmenihlp3T2 SERVICE DIRECTORY
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1 0 4 LINES 3 .bring I $100 quicker or kit action.DIAL with.the selling price stated in the od. No additional cosh for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that ,

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

IS HMUM For Ser.J 'IS H_ For Sale IS Howi f. Sole IS Nooses F., Silo IS H..... for Silo is H..... rw Sel.MODERN IS H..... for Silo 41 c"nn. 1 Acr.|.* '

ID, CCI IMUM In NW Mellon, IU'LCII'' MODEL gc..,.. ....... I U. build.' 0.5.w.0 OUT DIRECT POOM IU'LCIIIno I nOAY CCLCN''L' HOI'" 'nSOS. I NloI.BERIU. 3 <8 Humo EAUTIFULLY woodnl, trlxigulortroct '
seed IntNNON ,s. IM > ntf yard, [arty AmNkaneucn.. I bed.roan. 0snbban 0011105, 5I e5. Sob _h.'.... ..._ OSHan.0S I .*, mooorn .,,1<_ l*.. Mr ...* by ownor. M'OC* COM .r II mills front U ot P. aMos I THE TIMEIS
vrraufldod wlrti Llguoirum ........ two tug ..1It.. 'I bulwM Ing 4 '-1lhinacoin orim. CoW 155 owns lot eNortto 000. I20N down. CaN P* 4HJIt Stow ] IR, I batH Horn with con.hoot ...101 on lorml ot liDO dowN y. II arts comptttny wrrwrMod
.price WH mot reduced MM to own ..... ,rug. C..III heat. ***c*. I,.. ,, barb yord. 11th' Ivrlllal 5551110N1 MOI, d",. by at Nl nn II. ft Air condo D.las1 lltcnmIncl. t t monthly in loM. by HOI* ro.'> wild 4 100 n. othlghwoy
I 4.W.. stat equity ond Ml up liDO down "... 110 per _Ih. built.'in .1Ie...... JJo-tool *r ** 731 II 05. 15th toEdwcrus : bullMo' rangS won, frootogj. MOM com
pormontt. C.ll 374-OOt. 5400 sown 'HA. 50 .... _'II. 2003. ,..... 110AltNs diirtwnhor. ft 01'.....'. mgr .... only. A. M k oul'n. V lm. NOW. j
Moue Int". 00090 13ww31. Qu''rlno' 1300 Down PARRISH living, .ro* polls douDI. ..,..,.. FORDYCEFEATURES
FOR SALE BY OWNER Inc. III' I1h N. and lI'h Ave. CHARM ou.llry and lomlly NvMigr New Moot .Nana III lop N' RIDdWAV' CONSTRUCTION CO., CLOSE IN
153 1. Owner HOUM will poiMukxi tabs. fed by morkgoto. Jan I ONLY MIN. tram downtown sod. trnphullod..ignod, ft In built tog'" lotMl horn cut.lonvo flWlmbtrly ..... CLN' I. 1<...... .1.... -27005245,170-5002. 100 cons Nmmnwod .Mlhl.gIM Do You Hove

171-oM II' ... 1 110 Ml U.'v.' Op wirer. I I". I bard ..,.1... 3 lilt I bomi 10155 pved Otoo1. Centroboat. PRESENTS FRED (0rs 10 N Ion_'"
Torn It. 1 A 101. 5.1100 0 v"h., puiolod tomlly _room control 551151n' loon on4 _. 0.04 05.3 CNICS.0 ranch
price SII.OOII "AI.1I mo.. 51500do ...."... t air _1I1an...... *.* Pop Wily" I3Dt down. mattdy 5.y ARNOLD 610 acres pecan snsw A Room.Apartm.nt.
.. IN pot' cent IntoI. 5.0 of tltul "'....... I* much Score HIM stool .rr_ I bwnan3. 11\ W1I1'MOILANO. Almost tone belch Call Mrs lloMlttm
112 'W Un 20. tots wilt,.. you would" word lor .".. .baths I.."...,. """". front Nons willi o,1oN.00 NN1.4 REALTOR MILLIIDILacotlon 111.JI1
",., Contact owned colltct M"I. .... '1 pats go Mtrartlw5.a I br I both, trliviponoilng GloAm Smith Realtor or
NW. 3011I.T. tit NW. 3111I
ONLY 1550 Down. no setlomol := b1. IN bathy: In 1ft end turn, rn'
I Mareoms.
<::p lard 4050051. ] Av*. Shown by opoointmont vrth ....It lor thu, 3 U. I bath .house "'III- In SltcNon moltS. Now P54Alounttne WONi J7HS7J built: Hi von ft rang. C M in. 111. W University" Ave House RlntREMEMBER ?
Rally hWKI.yl. 372.5,10. Lloyd My. II 3101 NIV 7th pl., Dau.... can Wyse.W.STW000 ear crporl, 10001.05 ....... with to
INKfi bonrovn mmny .*.n. _Hck, lidr. I / is guM1/155 For *polnrmonl' I* M* thll, I bod- 4} C.l.>..4 Properly
P1/ .
.boated on lor cornof s..0. =: I WILL ', room conical AM A. 4 kodroomo room hm with hardwood floor* l tow down 0vmm1 No *.u"llry>
AIR CONDITION .. Call Pwdyc 374133.SOUTH
ON/oM no''bor' Hwloo -
Co Nnw.nArd II m.hrld raoo too ..or of MnNndnbnln. tvt arms ,.,.. llvlM room winHrwloc Sod roan on boovtlhillylndKDd WilT I40MU FOP SAl I
tJmllp.eltl I* ochool ma ihopolM.. PHAtlMnclng. SWIMMING .... Prlcod M moot
n* J_ Call 'R 04377.PINI *. wail to wall torpollM 1505 .... N. 1 50 I bath ...vry I k I 00000.1 te lorn tt. k
Ianpai.Phone with tD down Mvmel 104 M]
.stow.14'Tam OT ;.1.FINLEY. In 0In1'>j *no) llylna room with vam. I" tin* "orly.lo Iarattn. "h ..... Small down paymoWmonthly
POOLS FOREST I U. I a5. w.Mich MMr.l ..u.v *M. tovoly lomllyraom p.r irtonin t* juwlliod' FM* buy la,0. sl.Nls" dr11""UtNl Nnaorw Myfxonn Wit.... A rental vacancy
....... "'. 4.w1. tabs opp000I0n11 with "..pll<.. An .ttr ctlvo or. / '. 170300 0,4 AIM Mmes bviil on your MM1M.
1 !bedroom 1 Vi bathi. 921 AREAPHA loth PI, 1744500 N 02 ms 1005 N' I. dory IWM tn on ocro Mt. UND. !!I ".' .000 tormi'IIIro lull. Call:T 'ordyc. 171. With M down .._I. PSI.PS COSTS YOU MOPE
INN 1M -
NE 5th Place New Financed I btdroom rt "both m* LARGE PAMILV. Jilt lilt Mm*. i bedrooms, I ...,'.: 'IOf 5 110 IIJ6. I
t lodroom loth Mm* horn with1'x32' .W,.... .... .,.. IM40INI'
oil 4 bKlroomi I "boHii .11, room, loot lot Fenced ash 2 W.Isca1N5 .
Ranch Styl. with, W,>tmflrtplact lowllhil grounds MINIS' pool' Located In tti. NW .. ... A S .".. So MOVO III than the crd that
( .I' Conl'oI with .n.rhibs :
.....,.. .. tlPMltco I* laving' room. .r awn.Ise ,: 'Io-: low lama, Now CC' I 0.0rean. .... both
dining roomPomlly a,0O
and Inild borbtcu. tocilon' lull Mllld th* city llnIK. h.... Nicely. 'landKopotf tot In 5* window' ond InwlitM" ottle.Povod Low down ..ymon' Loss.ed I
room This It ....'lIon.1 buy .,.... mr/w' wttudt ol '.fln.. A will
make an offer Control Ho.1 n collonl nllld' ... shoot paid tor. Con l> won kwl homes Vou'll oaroo II', 11.1. lull Torr. rent It I '

w* wont to move It thll .1 121,900 WIMIEftLV ITA'tl. Amait now 1521 tgdoy far oppolnhn.0t.INVESTMENT lot lor only tax. C.ll Fps McCoy iulldortONI
Gladys SPACIOUS spy 710/105
ytar Smith Realtor LOVELY 1 bodroomVt botlll opllllovl 4-1 NW Cl. Awning, window CMt. I lied......, I both centrally .InOod PROPiRTY dye. ""1116. 010111. 1.1011 Here's what
122' W. Unlvorilty' Av*. masonry home located In M, Ac. Oovbl I. Ctrporl* PHA old ." command bonds onUrgo Lot rant from Woe *l thn. I brd- FORDYCE your
Open for viewing 3 BR too NW Mellon |lust I52id.i Otto 114,1st. IM M UK HI. lulll HiMttnon road homoo hoip pap ton property ACRI WOODID LOTIon
! City Um.... ONLY llfclil Wltll wilt, In good tutor Nosiness kcotlont. > Hwy.. Numbor 111 Ml AlKlMo.Ill COSTS
oHERb ft AIJOCUTgi INC. vacancy
and 2 baths Brand new down, lit monthly.PhSds "
U nl I I bom CHt intnowN. NR CAMPUS w* hov ads priced ..tIII Oroco ,......... MMItorRIAL 0101175
with superb construction SLACK ACP.CS. Trodltlonol I boo KM ond nothor M lll'>>.
A-C. ifufly HroplKO, booullfulMoon HUOI from 4 bedroom I U, IVi Mini like NfW. IW.cwport. homo will/ llviniroom IITATI CONSULTANTS YOU EVERY DAY
throughout. 33IS NW 8th bug clnoto. On Lap I ttory Fair. rm. din. rm. Ilv. r0., room, I bom Call M tor _' Die' tonki Proncol _oil Lull
nom with t Mcotod 00000.0a
tlewinf porchM > Milne
"ndoc_ M. IncolMt MM" bars I "; oc
twrniPORDYCI Oouldoll HorvM ftwttonD
Ave. M Ito NW I Avonu ONLY with llroolK. ollrocllv.built NNs It :OttoNI; r't.
.nd law Own ...- lly room ARNOLD C. GOY D....' OOUIIMI ( Colt ""tillt is rented
lloOM wild II Ml DOWN. M ."e"' Conltol Mot
4 "
end $SOC''TIlINC. LITTLrwOODCl 03 4 W. unlv. 31.IIN: ?
here tort
RIALTOKM4 I MCAT t bedroom Muse M traofrom I .,., t bath, _lit kltchw, UNIVKIIITV ACRC1 Nw W.... MullWo Lilting Momborlilt RINTAIS
.Ion *> ton. W._Univ. Vo-t"' molt ,Isnirapoa lot lust S'S milts ctnt. hi., in* NIW. old rmlrktad lubdlvliMn '> ocr W. Univ.' Avo. 171.AiMClotooi .>>12 19 Out .f Tw Property 4M COLORED I' RENT YOUR LOSS
Oolnoivlll. OWNER WILL oltMI. Oulilno city
I Or 4 ....,_ Model. I I.SHADOWIAWN I. PINANCI. MARY lolL llmttt P.vrt toot NO CITY TAXII.UK Jim' IhoMord Jon Sole KtlUrr Coldwoll I O""uuon., .,[ 0/0 I>4On., ......iu" NOW RENTING ISI PER DAY IS:
JACKDEYOT Iron UtM.00. W.lttr, lloMird Jimmy' Oran tot IW :XW. nit' nolQllbtrlloocl.In COlOPtO ultra morion. I PR dvpl
High' Sofas tlnonclng .v. .
*< QMrtmonroiJorg*Jiving wO'
ESTATES John Merrill MOELLER Dale ino. irt month .,
son _
M.M.PARRISH 500.. 0.00000 w'lII Sd. wr n. .. II
...Ist.! rri IrelofASSOCIATES f. D. OLIVER McKINNEY RALPH POSSIV, ...Itor. II 'WWlnly fun 'lorg Mwoo towfhi.. lorto MT dye

I OPPIHINOIndlvlduol Realtor REALTOR av. 715 Ilt N News, till bmho., woe -ir lit por 510. ||M HT sap
GREEN *nd hot wow KMlor, tothl
tryln for You
t) well pNonnod living *r.ol MULTIPLI P*IIITINOPHONI M..4 Oil w. U.,.. Ave P* H4tMombr \ DEATON 40 luilnoil ,..,.rtl" ties tor drool woahino U.morhiiwi.ol N I. tmW ondHvod UJ poo m* .. ..... III lap

Roy Elllt Chris Steno 0 Quality mtrll, tt tmtlfurnltlp A150CIATUMAIICIUA. M.itlpts' Lilting WILL IUILD 004 ,.... .. ..F01oved *r toil mr ..ppthlmar375 ...
.. poets Aiioclitt ....nl a Iloh' .HI" III mi or m_. NT My
Imnutt Hallwey *t A community you would bo 'I W H. SUCKHANNAN015N004 W. Moollor Poilor Ktttorlurll M. Woyn Mill Noun OrohomCoreiyn I your ipociiicolloni on II P toMfMl
PULWOOO Mao. tows Grant Pooloy Mary Porriin CORNER LOT 141 POT ID*. ..,. pop ggyOT
proud. I* tin* m located on NI lit Ii, I out
Phase I72-J5II Brlv West on NW. HtliAv Open All Day SoturdayNew ._ .IM ..'...1 11 N Pkll" II. Tot. 11113II /. Th_ bedroom I bath .hands III from City ".11. Cut MM wIHHII 45 ",,>liM< Apt.
.. ltrrtlv CMrthwMl an., T h h por IM. MM HT lap
pott IM Olon Spring *>
_..... ...,-* with mr* M, ID. on* .,...... wolof lure
NW Uth St. "" "on. to* mn M Mr G. .. ill 'l t .nj ../ -
I2S I Brick Home > Mw m Won MM _... Hot ot t U OrIMCO GOOD BUY nonotf IM monm. IMA MMim VI por m* ISM .., ",pIN
PK M104.COMPARE. luiuriout *prlm.nt kviMin '' '', .Includoo, a looorot 'tf I nto. > ii. (ill r* t.....
InSlopn room lord tomlly want wllhtlroploc 110' 5 III' used R P Wow ii2iWliNM"V'l: .' pr m*. gf M NT doyMl
** Fisher LAKESHORE ; *. Conlrilly ho.lo* *nd dOrM ..ppeehmN a 0151Laml1 >..
alp condlllonod. This horn I I. Oa.oluslwtY ... seal boot roomh lOt mo tocMlnfl por m. .. UN per lop
".3U. 0005411
HihnI Ilirtd with MtKI t S*froon. ironfar 55InesS, png.rb 310Unhr. 7707511 d095.
In ..... ..._.. far M,. ...,_ __
t 4 bodroomo built-in kited.on TOWERS *. Coll in Mir. II .. tall lit per m* MM pgr gyfl
quipmonr con. Mot VA Mown Nnnwyi.d. MOPO. 1?> "... 1 IR tr.llor. Mpar m*. Pr

poymont. PHA tram I7M J. J.Juit FINLtv :: ptr m* Ill .... twy
cloolnf, ...... NOW LEASING on I..H| horn for t 11.05lomil 42 ,_. t> A...... 0000*..C.lm',1
woo noodi ton *tI. IIh It not por Hit par **y
THESE HOME VALUES .t.I':: l:IMrt. IM. 4 I I. I both, Plo rm, c= 41 ocroo lonod Intuolllol m n CliAN: Iwo raom *ot "tor "pw*. .
II.w. 4 on irrwtOPIN M.,. '....11' .boated within' I hwy franiog*. Vocont Jon. it K* month utii.urn .
BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE" I MOUI1 DAILY 1 blobs ot in* 1<..... P4V.dItroert 1414 NW NPI..*. Cell CALL 378-HII
cii VMMI w .,..ma. Mutlful ihKtod .... 11 sent wool *l Cilmwllig" Pr I>1M_for .Mtlullor .
hi Trill prooorly ll In o,e ol I onltondltlon -
Priced under 517,055 I sons with' llv.M* .bwi* S I. tfOolnoovlll i 0idon AMirmmn. .. TO PLACE YOUR
PNA Ooo 00241w bodrmn turn.Nhod
CM bo bw
tin.m.d:= .. unlumllhrd .It
0000 ,. you MARY wotLLtn. REALTOR SUN
hei/les RENTAL
arts tine sn.Nrty .alto Vie 'lilt W, U.,.. "vo, PR .4V1oiimviiio "KI'IO liltcMn' .
buyC.llPRIJNEWS PH. dr O.0.I/Nose' 5Wlmmmgpod WANT ADS
BUY YOUR NEW HOME ads bloc. Iron ,II.
w MODELSNow FLASH Ill son troclo *n* with' llvool. Vans trhNPram titS .*FKionm.

w BEFORE DECEMBER 31 t v... Hill lo now Wo Nave a .Muse ......... your* Mw, Connor .

I AND SAVE YOUR duplM IhM con b* bought. tor ........ P area ,111I 1 511119111.. .I-o*..Tt l m orttborry Avonu and IWOTtrf 41 ....10110. Apt
I Ion then lit mortot YO' Folly (0,1/ko "Ie. "'
Open I lurnltfiod Good conditionl iii'Wl D/COOATOD 'U. CM bgutjo sow S I' OPTS
I HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONi l17sa.l por month tacom* too arms with lap robin' 5511001.1 ads wolon with.w5 A05s1nIltIrwd, file ..."'".. throe.N .
I / ebt Muse b* sold. by Jon, III Will' 00531.0 5,015210 toil., N.w. ,
i II I comldor rooionobto otforit It 4>t mtr .rj t1/1. S : = k
Northwest lilt W. Univ. Ay*. M 0otflOIMMIIIO. ,_, ,_ "' UnOn.ny N Mtoothy
I would pay poas Inw.tsOatS m .. 11 Ni 0511905 N Sol.. Mm.
Oonlwolt Ctil P* Mir.ASSOCIAftS
I i c5it: 170/4l11' '
for 527 r. Unly. Ay.. W
Mlowlne ere rMY LUXURY FEATURES INCLUUkit IN ..ro4 ........ 1 waI'' N sons MO
I .eelMOwSY. Longs. nmlortobl homo fx Estates Pam. ...,V'. low 1._ .0Ip _1510100.07,Oswtsw IM) i 4.4 U"W"ACIOU' -" A .
s IargS family. 4 SR. 4 ) Swimming pod a Rti.tin Rom J. Prod Ouy .'', lultorworlhCol. '101 ..... STUDNTtOH.. "ond"illcw* *
1 I baths ii* llvln* room family I J. W. Dnlo H. j wiiimiroThomn PO,5Yte t AIIOCIATII INC. .. w.1.b1tsr nnt irirno
'72' S.W. ISth W.y ) ACIM of Hcni Gr.. *! a Cntr.l Host .
: ..
room dlnlnt nom W. RMtordMultlpl "11.tOR .... Phon WfMI .".' t '.M. I'" w.pf.o Horrl*,
! (Country CI.III..t"1 .'Irwtt*. ocroonod porctlt IK. c.....'" kulrt d.mt if a Conrt.l Air Cond. a laynl'ry Fcllltloot *..lining' p70 W. Unly vtT* -'L"! !_rn.q bnlsrmNN1AIN S, 5514.115 rw1505ed.. 5..5 104

4 SR. ivi bathe roo> Pi*. kltcIMn: .r. balM down. Comol.t.iy ltrlct4iMiitlfvll ) Store.* Lwktrt a Corbf Drop Chutie Ii ACSIS l |*rm l lace "Jo; IKtarmoiion .l"CHU" one Mdnom-poalohood. 01,1000.4.-II...c.._. 5IW sIolNSN 5155.
t fm. ond Mdltunol: step condltKNwd ill ) P.y.4 P.,kinA,... LI5ht.d SiJowtlk c.ll or!till INN PIN, poN0" 101. II ml. L.Ihso _
t 4 t.lnmont ana, marry hie built: hi opplloncoo wondonulopportunity .....*) his tiw n. ENJOY THESI P M. Could.. o* bought .In t t. AI(0ha.,, CII'' 451121 or 00.1h IO.s1.7 Rs ... _.
Dry taoturo*. Vary oxdullvowctlon. for nice rooming FEATURES are I'K"., "'or ".nl... 551 me. lout .. -::::..!-t
I ITOOt dn. end Uttpor .MUM food Invmtmont lori AH City oo".I..c" ... ..
month. (WIN dlKvntb btnlnon prooorty Lot ooprulmotoly PHONE 376-4456 o Control $ Per .. a/u ow 5.1. .... P5101
i 01 Air<*Milinntwrtln Ilt-IW.
0 r flnoncltl. *rronmontl. |*- IM I 1SV-*MMnnvorutlon N. ..oMiommltMn KikM.Poncod IN '
! 1bed.A I
.,101 pane "01 no=
... ..
S ,
(2* Hour Sorvlco <*

104 NW 14th Av..' Nw0wed'"y Mcotod..1...o.* II Mw..0veg..... SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY I b I ID MOT, I..bon_.CCO. MUM NMM.locoiod O.HImmodloroly Forest PinesAn :r*009 tram, :;--" 5555.t. Pe 1110, ho" '

; I I* I tort, DM down, NorwoodHope 5th 00 N W. Sits ...... 2104 S.W. lltk ST.- U... Nwr. 441 l Vow rMtonobi I.I" Colored NelfhbothooJM I .
174 IM. two buck KM *t N W. lot* '
Man p.rm.M. Msy M N
i Avow Ml Nl' MM Brlv .,. t7 H._ rw ...* ,...

Butler Bros. BUILDERS per ..salstsou.e. call ,... -
I "I /5 170155SEE ... T 0drwl. I torn MOM
"H" Inc WALTER STUBBSInc. 3it = Slow. CCi. MM, sari
I II '1,1 Nrta Iern.r M, M. fit 0,
! \ls W. Trod. Home I 01. or ... II .11 m. tmi PI, ae3

I or Property : t' "r r,..n.i'fiH"1i11; ,..
I: 10EXCITING : < ). .0 S arty .
t ALL OUR" NOMIt AM ,, > lob. font Po"PIMM JT ? .
yunrlsl.A OPEN 500 YOU TO IN. Phone 37 -534 YEAR END SALE IIM/ *jpit mn.Cae .
YOU WILL JUIT CALL .Ij> T M"II **O, hjmiMwd Mpor
I Mimi., .f Home R0ild.. 1121 5 .. 4th '.TRe1rI "W trade hou..." II ... w nonm. Carl M (MM,
ANocioN.o of Gaioesille PIt 4(701 II' PS 0-1500 OF NEW HOMES ," _X ....._ 00.S .

I! I: : ( .i Ub.t. ,,_ .> Loo.
lI 1965MODELS Mr***, It MUM ITOTI ..OUlMiI
I V iMIii '* lit. 501551.509." w| Son IMIr
I fI t $' ,. -....,... MM OHotfc;

LIMITED NUMBER OF 000 Down IN E m i Pi* I toriirl, MooWi.MulOOM .

I COMPLETED HOMES VA l Lit 00 D..I II.. $tl ill OllmO "" moM.
S ;I. It". A.,. .n1 N.I. 2516 Be. lot _... ...15y. TN.. ap.s0ye
I I MOVE BEFORE JAN. 1 1st : INCLUDES CLOSING ,Jv* His M...*., Hmo Nine ....... M Solo N MM

VILLAGEI Throe bedrooms, lilt Nth fcitttun, living room dining' trwo tart omasyl/M IMI hussy' S.rcis11 esa ptl,wwm M

I iI iIi I room ..... 0 targ. "'IICI' mnd utility roam glut ronl 005. :r.r ooo) rtoMn M m* *1.*|
GREEN ... M compl.tg with plgnlt 4o | _
! \t B. Eligible for Homestead Exemption FEATURING: parch .It xt a met HI*
.nd Jq..... ,,, ..5545..111 (a,

I T.... ,01. '".Iu"... .,-,.. ..$ 11500 DDDew. Ntt bom twirl: iHnwn wg Mgoal
LIMITED tMlMl. AvMloor JortI.
i g 3 100 It 100 Ft. Lot Extension ....'...... ...Ir nO.OD ... ..PR IIKt.. .

K M..."., M,....*.. 115ela11ee. lM,rM.> 41.00
! 'No FHA Qualifying Top N.W. Location Fin.niln* I* 14.1 INOFM A ) 41 NMM f. Reot UOl.ra.w .

N. ..1oly., M. M sod PMXO l/ht to, ;. iw kMMIkn .

: ft 3 Cr 4 Bedroom Homes, All City Conveniences.M 3I G.E. Built-ini' Featuring G e nerol c:".......M.OriN. N 000.l IA. HU) I 11I-1411
Till S
I Electric Kitchen. SUNDAY 1.10 PM 1** !"* A1w

I G.E. Built-ins. Terms To Suit Your Budget. Premium Construction Hornet priced from Can e.M or V Q. M.C., iiCiTI*.CC if M M. 11' ...o
I Ft 4-7J90 Hrool, lorfO | r4 Ins t*.
$15.300 $18.275.I Olfl.l M4*.*d M N. Male Si. *.*1 31.4 Rind, o. oMy. | :r.! pad loop,

4 Near Schools Payments from $100 r..-. I 'army cca oW wMA,
! INC. 376-7971
HUGH EDWARDS month YOUNG C.II j/6.15U 01',
9 up. 11O PM.
_ _
H 0 M E Shave I
iM :: AMERICA iIll NW' INN Ave

: N.E. 15th STREET and 28th AYE. Ql G* BETTER fireplaces ponI I COLOREDRENTALS S S5 mm. 1 AroIIN'e baA bad wed awp0N1.PS M oyKISOPAPIIC4 .

1 tied family rooms 2 ,.Al'Y
I f' with India SL"- *" PS 1004
! -- \ HURRY full I i-t 5OVfaTrao.ge ......

I w----------- I I reef lighting, central lot row Nem ..... CoM 40tr >
heatItalion fl nr P P M-
I \t I II ducted r... use who*!. I. MI
Only a few terrazzo floors. por m*. loll NW' 01. .....
.... or pONN.ir15e. .

1 Attention Veterans i.n5 homes leftS I Ii BRAND NEW DUPLEXES 5-P51t0>,"WigaM. tor;;monlh- taMTiMl /mm.Is nhan//.


I rV Buy Now To MODEL '0. ". ".

! YOU CAN MOVE IN BEFORE JAN. 1ST! rn-r-: o..w 0ay1MIr
i I QUALIFY FOR 1965 HOMESTEAD i /. eaM I.tl.w.00 05555. NAp
I I .. Pe ._ or w
which will be for home Drive north ... Mom Si.or II 15 IIW 1000 Tor.
several completed homes EXEMPTION !
We have I' N.W, i J* SP W I** r.rs; .w... b: hod.bnehd. w

stead exemption, if they can be occupied before the I hf. ,.... Turn rth1east/ so ..as1010 I I r 'I:$5 and per 1.Nossr5 mPM0.

e $10 DOWN VA NI. <)lUnurHl 55 .- .

These homes range In price from $12,800 to $17,800 Inmost fHA MOM $400 DOWN walrN *. TOUM4AMIIICAMOMlStmn *" '; 4: >i iS ::;-oocr"6"; A5IOC/AT51.Snobs Not s.INc.

different ,iI... Monthly payments from $74.74 to 1... MOOfU AT N. L 501 00U.w.5005700 "...
MONTHLY PAYMENTS fROM ISsh 55. sat 10th A**. -
Fe.-I -.; ... .;;.
$109. Phew J'l ;;:0. e. KM*. ..... FIMM l>4nt
.nn 'M

75.16 ...... 50,4 50. 000 555r5. lL.-- : MMw..5H:05=
rYou will hove the benefits of oil city services large:;! lots, and the elll' I Is. Open Daily 10-' .ra5 5554 00100 0 awgNoN4 1100 ,. tlfJI. M 5050. W

of Gainesville's, oldest and most successful builder. Come out .. T.o M. 5.0020 y.M.. M 5.005I' 50.
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If can't make this finest Christmas witho I .... Office .t N.W. 16th A".. e P_ aN1 r *1511 0'J.M' o. 0105 551,0 mad 4* UMM P. Rea*

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49 Room for Riot -51 MI... RanfadIKAILER 53 OfHe-Dsk Spin 55 Business OpportuniridXCLU9IVI (4 HouMhold' G odtVASHEP. 'S Mis. For Sol 66 MlM. For Sala! 71 Musical Marckanalte 15 1
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wifc> ROOM or lemal'* SPACE FRUH rodecor..1d .11I.0 50.05IOr i UN'JSUAL OPPOATUNITY v. I. uo. .11. n"r'o. 1964 SEUECT-O-MATIC T II M...n... U IIngll 540ubd ,""" .. A BEAUTIFUL Chill a m09io.1. VIOlin lIend 1963 VW mites, 41 HP, 11 ml p.gl .
I. OUIET I end T
ludent H b*. fro mcalppua rant Upatalra, with 1 6111. TRI' COUNTY 1.1111 Now Automitle Zg' Zog, .ton than Imonths I ot_. 111110 compisto k" with I bows FR ..1S2I. ., VW preventive makite.
graduaM POR RENT Jim v...., all NW am A... for 1015. 110. Call
DISTRIBUTOR 150 ,... eccoesarle .
restaurants. and ',u. MONTH wave and one elevator heeling I old. Does buttonhole, o.nca. coma
Call aTMaitt Nawbarry KO Trailer Park end elr conditioning" turn OH, Very modal Invatmanf asumd Call 87"1141, cy amenta applique' monogram USED VACUUM CLEANERS UPRIGHT piano, very good condi 5746647.REPOSSESSIONS.
I'lLI. treat. parking eli*. available. slarllnfl Inventory Mechanical completely portable IIk. evarcaitt, ctemc, mondt ate.without Ferial" 11pe" .1150. liaHIl.Smot 014 -
A..J..>IVI... nom oulat% eenwr mm only.roan 1017 In Phone Norwood Hope, PP.' SSJOIJlCbRirV ary.HUMPHREY.or HIM background Mcao Apt aloe, H...... Put mos. or attachment Si* each MM parmon'h Kirovs. Hoevera and. IleclroluWaitlnghouw ettienCD 1918 NE 7th StNasum Phan, .1 0'. HT, AT. V..

Ma HI Ave Wane FP., ..,01. "- Worrtee1. 'T* HanfRover / lUlL DIN" Old Cibinoi ttylo wo>trKtorDISCOUNT Nallansl' 1.01.5' MIChl. Co.III WASDIN, 170-2MI SPINET ORGAN '14 Comel I D,.. R A H.
41g call Saturday WANT 10 rat .patty for III to 100 1109 W. unlverelty A... Plod, Clans INC, a leader In ..,. 8713.8th W, Un'.. AYL 171-1355. Rapo.aeoad spnsol ....... .62 $01.07, I Dr.. AT PS. III I H.
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OHIO Space. Air cond, 01.0.l Alrcrelt end MI I ( (11 I 1 e Indue. SINGERAUTO 'II -.vry. .
CuejAN convenient single and C."' 'il W.'n half 0/ county. KALI MODEL Amer train. balanniORIDLEV
air condo
Is?. _rill porll I.) Janitor Nall 11
MM,* roeme for quit gentlemm FR' Most service available, Call PR' 444Mor try me announcce automotive big brake braakthough IndustryItWoS .In 1 dlesel I loam angina, lighted ZIG ZAG no down ........... '51 Sulok. 4 Dr, NT Ilocf,. .....
et Ml 8W 3th i St_ 'urnlshtd i IR tiouta within 11 Fit JMI, Pullman car, 'lighted dinar' I MUSIC CO.
SW*lanjs and small roan f., Campua. yer can be real lied fly' PRICES transiormere, village Aquarium Raoosas.b elwosvilln Shoavmg Cools ,. Ford. 4 Dr., AT IcytGeneral .
tfwuna .men. ; .. ), fo 51.0.75 :'JillaI neighborhood uM"'l: : 54 Puelness Renters the distributor, appointed to repreaent Wt undcrMll ovtrybody.HENDRIX w- th.m,.",". PR H1U. Real nlc. *. Na tllachmanta ,needad. 17U4M Finance, Corp -
Fri "" ,lg..lor. P,R 1-91' rP Reed 402 II. Dunttan Way, Winter Humphrey In this am 14" OIRLS IICYCLI Like Pawn with' goad crad tana THREE month old baraton ukeMe 174-Mll 711 H 1131. l'
... 1-1115. Park before June t Phone Mw lip pay al M me. or pay ..... axcwiant condition w I 11 hcaao .61 CorvNr ,.
Phvtlra D.... aftrr Jon, I. Poe TORI A WAREHOUSE Address all Inquiries to louttwntMorkt FURNITURE CO. See or call attar 4 *t 1024 NE arc* ol S7a. Write Jimmy Cvofrby Cell 371-1(10' alter ':11 1AC1t1'1C.II 730 W. Unl. Ave May
CORNER ROOM fo nth 011111'lqy call John Merrill/ Realtor, tin Plan 1 5500
: spec Can. DL Oalnatvlli, txaInas
Development Corp Suit NW Jill A. *t Will H M.
Ilvlne' Nona Wad pNal01dalrabla 52 Board... Wanted1 1711494.IRANO 1314 Atlantic Coast Lin. Bldg, Ml-9154. *. 1951 CHEW 4 door standard

Phone 'FR loc.llon.H077. NEW attic or story with Jacksonville P/".. too tr call REFRIGERATOROoMt IT RC Victor TV toaster, elecpercolator WATER ,'or... ,lank. almost now SPECIAL all MerchandKa CHRISTMAS f 0061100M band MIN' new II?.., .brakes, rework.
ROOM AND 10..ItDCl. plenty ol parting JO* NW 10thAva. Mr. Arnold at """76. running cond. 139. and other' household gltst lined. 41 gal.' 121 Threadmlcronwter accessaries.DEROA angina clean Interior new
CLlAN, WARM, AND QUIET Mom room4 mall 1I.'co.' IIome aokInp. |I2S per .. Phono ,It Resleurent, with bar fully equipped I 1079 NW JSrd Blvd PP.7MI' lions. May be seen *t loll. Wei- I 'In I't IMOIL Instruments and heodllnar. don t .Imitate com end
W (ectlon lorMe h' meke otter SM el 1JIJ Nl I'm
W dp lavatory 0151. do Rd.REMINGTON.
Cum In Y'. 150. 70530.
fine clientele. Include real' REPOSSESSED BEDROOM -lrlpl
Un''.. 371d71ACLOSE
student to 174ifca III N. Main Tar
237 SW 2nd Pl
ct. astata wllh hwy Iron'_ plentyof dreaser mirror 'lira* clwvt
ILEC end Under
Sat FOR BALI OR RENT en heavily space heeler 1200 ITU SI7
'aces perking. An unusually line 1101.I bookceae bed Inneraprlno mettress wood Out '194 modal IP'net Ft : 1964 CHEVROLETIMPALA ,0-,0ld
CLEAN' modern home TV, m old traveled hwy at Matron, buildIng manual typewriter. Ml" iIIS Simmons Hlda'0 bad SU, '
._ MALI STUDENTS sarvla' homo cookln0. I meat' 5 tumble/ for real" estate office MARY I : box spring Monthly paymonll movie, projector, lift wing Phone J74-234S one. Choice of llnlsn BwnOe WPS, UH S25M
I El 'llrg* home, MOELLERTrUALTORWONDERFUL : SUM. McOanlell Purnl- back chair" .. Walnut or Mehogan' .
: day. w..1e. 526. P110110 FR 4. rasteurent, retail (.1... On 110 vacuum m473 II' 378:Mil altar I P MM
lhbrn nloookedrrnall. /laundry 1961 1..10'. Phone 475-1111 10" W. Unl. Avl 'R 84471 lure Co Gainesville ShoM I no >. befora 4pm. weekdays WHITE piano end. alool/ II2SI Lillian Music Store .
13 will' 0..11I.' ",.. brown couch *!" long, I40i met 111 S E. first Street I FALCON good condition, S25t
ZTa fOr next trlmetter C a .. LEASE 10001 ft Mora ANTIQUE mohoeany chine cloMl, GLASS fiber KAHUNA wMbuardPenloct 01 child werdroba. ... ITMOt; N awkeyboard and take up peymente ol SUM
cflve It ult, studying, Separate 51 Offlca-Deek Space POe building W. Unlv sq.Ave. Price busmese opportunity 00. AI.. Orbit chair, eerver, condition. Two tons oqu.. attar I, anytime w.......... STUDIO elu. Good upright_plena.Itlon. IdealChrlamas ; monthly Phone FR 1-H34.:
J :Trans and bath. Call 1744747H 7 acres of land with .. establish.ed end sofa ill good condition Whll., 105. 5I t 7'1.. I
FOR RENT 450 10) FT of offIce / efter .
H.,0151hay. I PR ar '
S9N par mOo Call 1(11 NW W PI., 174991Mr POLAROID ctmire used refrlghi g ft M7le FORD wagon good coditlon "0
apace 2mt NW 4th It Call 17a nee PR .2641 or .. P. Mltell business earvlc teflon, sm. SOLP CLUBS complete eel good running condition. Other 7 P.M., call PR f M3.GIVE /. ,kRanch 1005, S35S. Phone.
SO Mobil. Horn.! fool or 372._ Fit S7551SMALL citrus g..... room for trslier 'DIt SALE WhirlpGOl Im.I.1 .uloo Wllion'.. Pour woods I Iron, household Items for ..... 111731 THE GIFT 01' A LIFETIME PP. .-1450._ _
court location 1111. ,
OPpIC' 6 P ACE AIIA'L..L.-' werehoot for ,.... Would, Colder All right for quick kind oltrede dhlon matte. ':. I7S.Jack lucellenl Morgan, connect J7JMl ...,hIt Secant bag i phone Moles 771134.fir $, HAMMOND ORGAN poll SALE 1959 I door I dial I.

4ODfL, LIKE' NEW I BRMWILER Downtown' Con".1 loOt A A -C. DAN PVRD Balling due I* Illness afowner. or 5141124.REPRIGERATOR. coma FINGER" console model sewing For ovary Home every room good If Inlerited' call ,It1.1t51.
) 111 mo. Includes wasfolk 140 po 00. Call I salter $511111. 476 8269. MARKHAM, Mclntosh., ELECTRIC TRAIN I20 Accordion machln Zlg-ugt. fancy. designs Every budgetHepplnat -.
.. 124 NE 22nd It 171-4471. 171-1521 or 171-7041 1'1. lieu. N.. brand 1201 'it Crultalre. SMi Secondhand etc: MM or Slog In the homo all 1(51 PLYMOUTH
now to responsible person Easy Wedding Rlnoi SIS. 1421 monthly V I e u u m clam through In* VII'". A Mammoth ( Door. Stand Trans. Kyi
OAS WALL FURNACE long run because N M IM-ayi
MINK STOLE Natural' autumn'
SERVICES VANT TO buy grown while poodle, lor HI line ol Household. furniture OIL CIRCULATING. HEATER hll. ..1.....' ntW. 0" ". coil 1110. more than otner makaa. REP. I9M CHEVROLET Impale i*.
cheep. TARTLER
11 ar Pomeranian' phone ....1462. 376-1551 tKlllceSi or bail elt.r. ERNIE White with black "Interior V4, 4-
II COINS WANTED Cgll 376-0814 Dey 172-M17, (...I..... WaldoFINAL Aton Music Co, .Inc. 1..11IIILlk./ haw Paul,, PPJ =

AO US. and foreign silverdollar FOR SAL duo-ttwm' oil Unite, HOLIDAY TURKEY HENS _115.1. JiaiWlAvaainesville \ Phon_S76610.Automotive !. 1143t ar PP. 4-5543.
40000 ITU, 125 Phono ....aI4l. 40 c..,. IB II.00 drenadDellvarad CLOSE OUT on wallpaper ,
eta and I9SI
proof 1961 FORD RANCH WAGON A-1
And Business half dollen. 466-3'' 48 HO J-J367 :U cants par Ingle roll. cond, auto Iran.. R I H, loot
I Home REPEL STAMP COIN SHOP HO Thin, 21 car, 4 engines, loll HARPER PAINT CO. / cert owner (3500 new, will 1
101 W. University' ..... 66 Ml... for Sal. 4 lota of accasartae. 4X l' II SW 7th St Phone PR MM4 eell:::0 for Silts Cell 17H4S7
Uyoul t engines run it one*.
r- P111,11375.0071. FREE New :U mm Technicolor 78 TRUCKS FOR SALE 1957 PLYMOUTH
I 64 HouwhoU Goodi ITI"CINAltr Tpottorn F01hfak movie prelector with purchase of utomdle 'r..I.. .,... Oood condition
Mortgage Broker Roofing 4 plan settings SPECIAL SALS azaleas, W par autumn haia lobe mink locket liMC 2.I.n ,ru'k. In ,
.. RIUPMiTIxlt hlAS I a oeT.. 1110 plated flat.... Vary ,aa.anebl Hundred or II SO par dotan Wallrooted. by famous New York furrier ON&akallanrunnln 1951, _lion 0000 S350.iTHaH..
bor.. MORTGAGI MONEY C. L. HARkE" chest, roll a waybed, dinette *. Cake pl I.,. and p15 pull lalvedera' Azalea Nurt- Cost 11300 only MSI cash Phone willi I I opood n.r 5..,. III
IVi .per cent "tour n'. Term to sat, coffee table chairs. g I aia Holder I74WI try, I.rl..... 4431241T 4431el. attar t P.M. _kd'YL zoo W ply tlree. eel Is tar "5. SPI US BLANTON BROS.

21 Yllr.' For all your ad. n..10 end isp.175 Iron dKpKy cabinet, display table TV ANTENNA loweet price In BOY S pool table I cute balls FOR the hard of hearing or mosa cash or grads for pick u* of Auto talc'
IUY BUILD' RIFINANCI call ,Imo and other household Items town pocket novels baby bodnplay I I2S tear Moped ICOO''". Mi.loth who Ilk. to welch the ,late show equal' value. Contact WilliamCerlton. HWY 441 North
Call ooR #00 Nearly Nu Pumltura Shop, 109 Penal otroliorM chesty. ., I lor '100. Phono 17e76M A TV ottechment to lust the thing Canton' Dairy Haw High Springe. 4541M1a
Dan Byrd Pt,. 376-3875 NW loth Ave Phone PR' 1-4812, drewerei 9,13 linoleum, lltijKenmor. alter I PM. for you Easy to Install S4U Wool
..2,0. ,..... Slit I CHEVY 401 S-door Impale SS, 10
*pr N. MainFRMOM. '
I RpSMrR Garage Door W\'T"-I'o.: \: : 4 burners, 01 goo stove, till Formic top I Cf HOMELITC saw with extra : O'vllle Hearing. Aid. 421 If59 Fare) P SCO truck dual rear speed transmission' .tact. ( I
excellent Condi
FHA and conventional at tower tar, Will take Slot Ideal for
for sale or body.
wheels utility PS 1 '1. excellent Condo
dlnett. Ilk* now, U7.SOi b ooKcaieo
#ndo. Wand. ralm. Tarn to II GARAGE DOOR IPECIALhIT"Ina.INIon lion. .... Ph. 1734MI attar I::w twin bade bunk bodt, n* trade tar or. Call 4U-U10 Mlosnopy I LIKE NEWt 1WM Kodak Pony contractor, plumber or atlw service fI.... 1 OWOl'. Call PR' .5124.aft.em
year will gladly/ discusa at no /, A Nsvl115 Ma. p.mGOLD mattresswu child's wardrobe I ctte Argul JW prelector bold work. Now paint' .looksgood 4 ..M.
obligation. Call tomorrow :.: door .: Call bNonS 1 CARPET 12 k 15, 1 LewSat 119 50. GET OUR CHRISTMAS KENMORE Automatic RIO leg with : screen, all ISO. Electrk healar runs good good II.... good 1961 CHEV IS Conv 327 engine,
.. J N.w. Main KIRKPAIRICK, It. Ph FR ReeltorSI tu" A.M aP alto 4 P.M. Anytime club ehalrs. 1110 covers I PRICES PAULINES/ 111 NW ."ochm..'.. Mahogany ceblnati : 15 P11001376745.MATERNITY price. Ph. 7th-7911 i after t p.m. posltrectlon Bulcx ...,* power
R. e. COes rockers, I
w aMIgos white chest of (Hi A... also cawing bench. S7S. Phone clothes, elza 12-14. .
a.. ma NW .urn Aye1. 33.1103 dro_.. 'Imitation fireplace, 1 13 Motorcycle 6 looters glde on floor R A H new. rub.
FRED B. ARNOLD Mock marble clgeretle' tables, FOR NOME USE ONLY wvorol, 7th0126.IAREIE I winter ft summer Phone 1727132 bar 17030 actual miles con
pinball machlnee SIS to 17! wen. trade and finance. Cell 376.551before S
REAL TOR TELEVISIONIcTURI portable dltfiwother' Ol eutomet* TYPE doll cloths TA'UMPH' i0.r Cub, 700'Ggpoodblanditlon.
PHA Al.0 CONVENTIONAL k waiher Phone PR 1-2290.: Juke boxes $M to 1150. 173-37 10 ants and ullo pair Boys Bladl Shoe SKATES, fl Must 1111. C all llOPM: .
LOANS 0' 371.3014.G. Phone Ilia 10, H Nearly' New. .
III* W. UNIV.' AVI. PH. I71H21P ; TUB! Repair special" ". A S IS -drawer CHESTS DRESSER PR 2OJI5."UNBBLISVEABLB'. 378-2803 1917 CHEVROLET Mr. hard! ( eVl
4W0 Glass .par Inch plus 110 M Install most STOOL. DI5.th/ BED E. WASHER. ALLSTATE Motor Scooter. I' 41, standard shift radio and
tuba. I Veer metal WARDROBI, Ig PAN, good working condition IM.PHONB between 1 healer, 4 new Wv line S45JPhen
H. A. ft C_. ,loan Warranty SpecialRecomtltloMid BEAUTIFUL rod silk chltlon short 1179, PROs PR 4-5141
ousi TV Iron as Si.PAINTING DINETTE SET w-4 chain ft extre PR MMJ New sofa A chair MM. Platform ask for RobertMUST 4-ll69 4:30 to I 00 P 90.
AUTO Ol ASS is our only POROYCI ft ASSOCIAIIS, 'INC. a formal slza *. worn once. Hall end t P.M. only.
friNe. Immediate Mtellatlonilr IRS VARIETY 07015r leaf. 1340 II 33rd Ave rockers Ill Utad alee. etovwI2 PR MSM ... .
( .IAITORSMl .1 SHOW CASE ifi long, Ml' price' 120. .11I. CHEVROLET Wagon 44 very
kkup ft delivery. Add ..E. IM Kos 0121.CLEAN. oo up, circulating Metiers ill .11I'' nee warranty.Tana .
e W Un,". V4-I3M tilon 24" wId.. fnllr glaiifront l Pro "Oulbr.n_". SACRIFICE IMMEDIATELY 'low milage
ft value car I 4 Tadnklan's with 0 plan so up D.II..ry.WILLIAMI UPRIGHT plan. PR i Hi,
used retrloaraton fsr Sliding doon Film' Kxcel- up paymenn.
:::7D' o"OIY:/ 1100. SERVICI CBNTIR kc.llen0 tons fairly aP -1940 ZUNOAPP 300 cc. -
'1 CO.Wr ...._ an all I : 1054 : NW Jlat Terr.
Sale also stoves, freaiars ft wathert. Lanes, 104 We do RdPROPANB Hawthorn. Rd 172..37. p10rance, with, bull In damp lent mechanical Hand. Sat ottertaket 4101
NW IIh St PR "UNS Drinking Water REPAIR' WORK ON ALL TO YOU cheter IIM Kenmor ..... 37I-U2. '41 CHEVY Wagon? radio auto
nwtlc Chi.... FR Ht 7 atier400PM
Cu Vary Bat WI.hoI Por Thl. and used Wvert Power Tools, range. 145 17WMI USED TRIUMPH
4Ipiiiisel ,"ic REUPHOLSTERED I A HAM A Chr15lma 5.aro11 and 1111 H.w 211 US ItHt Av for .
'a NEW Polorold' print copier
CRYSTAL clear eprlnt. water cnarn. lou_. book ..... modem 01114/" Vllr
Ice Myara for Better Tools models fSA IB, IM and Solo llel SUNBEAM Alpine, radio, heat
Modern POinting 1(91 100 CC 1710054.
:. .. lcd Ire* and detergent tree AProved chin. abinst' chat, mspla bob IP OAI 121 Elac. ,Ironer, III. I p f I ghorta ar, overdrive Excellent ond!.
REALTOROl0 by hats Eoard of H*. tn. Oat the bast go modem Repairing room sulb anllquaa. m..nv" ARCHER ROAD WOOD pOIt 'AL' faatast dllI..y Ilka new. Training chair" MOTOR Bicycle Solan, front wheel lion. 1971 FR, M497, Mike Men
... Magnesia. Spring Walir Co Remodeling Roollng bedroom suit, antique" china' cab PR MHOSINGER guaranteed. lowest "Ic.. i Cell 171-221. drive, excellent/ trentportitlonS ,1. vnlll ..,Id.y.
S EALsiERVICaPPAISAL11th .Hone 4)1 UN No |ob too big or small 174.HlO. (net new pressed glass poach Phone PR -MI. o."'Phone FR 1S4J. _
: cups, end other .bric-e-brac Nearly PUREBRED Duroc hogs I brood '13 Super Sport CHEVY axcelentcondition
W U.., AVE. PH, 523.510RQtlaosing Nu Furniture Shop lOt NW Round bobbin good condition hiconiol STOPS sows, only .... litter each behind NEW l'44 MOPED motor-cycle For aeia cheap Going' ,
Grinding Cr Sharpening loth Av.. PR 44>9 I.T cabinet qulppod to II.!... Spend that Christmas money. on an thorn I g,IK, M IM soon. never ridden Prlco' 11(0. See at 'In service Phone FR, 1M34S aft.ar .
Upholstery log arid make button holee. (41ba appliance for HER Washer I2SHP Ii I sm boars 10 ihs. eich s>Hall 601 NW Mlrt s,. 4 P.M. .
'IT'S MSREI A place wntrt you -"' -. APPLIANCES (. or M pr mo. National Sowing Refrlg 111 ups Dryer S4SIIP i or port JEEP HUNTINO ,Idle and
totted and Gu...._ Machine Co.. III W. UnlvAve. Expert appliance AI REPAIRS "II PLYMOUTH
U'HOI parr 10101645 00rensoitobs CM get thot pinking' eheanharpened repair BU5OV. '1011. CR S-W30. 14 AUTOMOBILI "Mater, stick shift, good condbtlon
$6..14 0111100" ,?. IoiMr. dump .._ Coil 5.11p. ( along wrth carving 41 Refrloeretors from H9 sit 317.315.R'COAD HANDYMAN SHOP PR *VK1
.. 0hone dirt,7016.rod... TOIl PR *,.... 4241 N.W.I Tor. knl.... sclHors all kinds ol curling a Rangy from 139 up IT'In.mpanldw to clean rugs and car Call Mill Ktlly FR a ailtntter
'r--1" 53. from Ill up PLAYER I ipotdl Racing : upholstery with Blue Lu.'... Rent WINTERyourIZfiD at FR a-9926.
tools wood working tool, VWeeherl from Set ug cori llsthAmorlcon 0251 w.r frOCk SINGERSLANT0MATIC electric shampoaiir SI. ArcDanell, NOWIn
Sy tlrcl Owl hand awl. and S Food-Praeier* from 19 u* Plyar' rrslne otM? good Furniture C*.. Oelnesvlll Shop.pIngCCl .- our motor tune-up diptHAWE1POWERS IS-Foreign iV Sporti Cars
MrlMf Machine) Rcpclrt Auto Repair tr Sirvlct : mower biadn. W. repair allsmall fl Dlshwaahera. 'rom'"( up love. Phone PR 3.4031. Ver. U4 N. Main'MOTOR... CO.
electric' appliances KEEN
EOOI GRINDING! ) BHOP 104 N.M.In W TV.... from SIS up 4x1 ORAPLfX vow, cameral App,... 7 .... aid does : 1712541 '61 VOLKSWAGEN 9 poaaan I. relation
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CA 1-5lfIN0 MACHINI IIRVh.1 VOYLII APPLIANCE CO. i n.se now tend,. KUi Woflen125.. <9 Fuel Oil 6' Woods wagon Excellent,, CeK. IV
ROM Ssrvlc Barege Cotnplaulots 419 NW ith A. Ph. tntxa thing with out atr* Make buttonholM -
111 oak itorao 1 .,. :
unlwslty p155. Call 377-M3I
S.I. OHO ml' SI79S
**v*. 'lI': : rep*I A repairs ft .1... "'. All Phone JTMDOO aews en butt.... blind 15 Autompbiln. i
THnttee. Work guaranteed Bookkiiplng Hams ate Pay .. el IIH ortak FIREWOOD REASONABLE Ills VW now paint 4 upholelery
Worn hIlly 500rlnl.aA Ill, NW Ith Ave FR' II99IK 10 20Aluminum FOR SALE: GE portobl. u p pay .. .i par ma I PHONE FR 6-3785 If57-CiiDII.LAC. 1 door and op. WSW. S950 or (3$ my xwlfyt
Potto Corner.Complel. Steno Call FR "Durall wrllt Jimmy C_ all _,. alr, e..d.. N.ptun. uum( peymante SM mOo for
KSnodtllngi COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING 199.00 2-00021\ 1Iy. GIn. Dol. ...'....111.. ... Ixlra big" Loads Wood-U and MBAR9AIN blue and whlls. ,31. Can a0ra 22 mos PR 1-1114 otter o. ,
SERVICE 372.5209 PULLMAN toO, burl .4" blk., ,- ,.m.. FR 2-01& Mud
:raven .palra OCALA AWNINGCO. 10 X 11 lltoroom ton, and d1N"bint.r Florida' Excelsior Mills 1961 ALFA ROMEO Spyder
y aloes Froanr. DUWUNOI UPHOLSTERY IW7 PONTIAC Red conoprtlble' sail now 11250 Cell Ba Cook (fPI .
tbolw.0rk, pltntr Vi HP with table Chalre' low I*. No Tal fit 4-5S71 147 Incites tour barrel I
n money cu.
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1 '58 <-'>. Hardtop.BUICK V-l" *-. $188

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STOCK NO. 130A $1088 Stock No, 13.

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NEW CARS over 1700 cars and trucks this the deal of your life. Bank rate PLUS Wo have a largo stock of

1965 models and a few leftover 64

Phone FR 6-7581 year. There must be a reason financing. SEE US TODAY !

models I "" ''I' d...... sell!

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1964AC. Clean used Cart Call
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5t ENOLISH nerd. IUO CORD Deaf ANOUA. lilt, .I.ctr.. I N. Mali St. FOR
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4 practically/ naw tlrn.pricat MELTON MOTORS I IIN Clearance
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TIME Value Rated Gtintivillt'i/ la.ain. I

I FR 2.1411 Used Cars RAMBLER 1132S. DIALER I UP TO 300 I Move These I i

Courtesy BCtG MOTOR CO. MAIN ST. Cars. 57 Merc.
University CKtvrolatR MOO500AND :
Cadillac Olds"eabil. YEARSALE
Mam St. at Utk A... 1001 NW UI" St. I I
61 Cadillacc 2 door hardtop,
------- with
DRIVE Sedan olr conditioned automatic
GAINESVILLEAUTO power I Itttring 2 'onlIyory
$2595 and light blut.

1007 N. Main SALES S.. HOME IN '60 Cadillac END
P5.0. fR 1.6311Northcentral Sedan olr conditional. I $595I

Florida e $1995
0.ront1nc1opendon' A NEW CAR ,
Dialer '59 Cadillac i I

SEEBARKLEYNOW ,: $1495 Stdon 57 Plym. '

'57 Cadillac N
Btlvtrftrt convertible, va
Ftwd alrcondltlontd.
I engine, automatic trans
$695 million' radio, heater,
"M sMITTy I whit with whit top. '
II' YOU AT '64 Olds

HAWII.'OW'IIMOTO.. CQt10 63 Mercury 'i I "98" Sport coupe air $595 j : '65 MODELSAT

N. MAIN 'I S-53 2-Ooor Hardtop Fully conditioned. 'I.

FRSea iiF conditioning qulpptd. Factory air. II $3995

2895 I '62 Olds I
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COM..L.TI 98" sedan air condl. t
hon.d.I 60 Fal. '
RFAIRI.uallly 63 Oldsmobil. 64 PRICES
Uwd CanHIT "88" 4-Door
Hardtop I
ANVWHIKISOUTHERN P 'iCil Fully I equipped I I Including '62 Olds 2 door sedan. rough con
V ISIT THESE AUTHORIZED air-conrlitlonino, dltlon but itlll good tram
88"hardtop sedan
portation and hoi radio
AUTO 2795 and heater t.by .
lain lintel
411 N. Man, M.ITMIH i I
Warranty Dealers 63 Chrysler '62 Old."S8" $345 r

B & G MELTON 300" 4-Door. HardtopAircondition.n
MOTOR CO. INC. MOTORS 2001 NW 13th Street 70S N. Main StraitFR I 52895 '60 Olds

65 DODGE I FR 2-147J 6-7371 I 62 Chevrolet Ii tlon.d."98" Itdan, air condl. 58 Chevy I 1965 FALCONAS

5 Yr./ 50,000 MII.W.rraty CRANE POOLE.GABLILincolnM.rcury Btl Air 4-Door Stdon. 6.Cyllnd. .. $1395
MOTORS .,, automatic front
I ... minion, power steering, 4 door i sedan, V8 tnglntItandard ,
506 I University' ; Ave 11* SI lit A 59 Olds transmission, .
SEI THI"DODGE FR 2-41JI FR 2-4J4J radio heater ra
SR8 sedan, dlo, Mater, white walli.

T j MOTOR COMPANY MOTOR COMPANY 64 Buick '58 Olds $595 j LOW
POOLE.GABLEMOTORS 204 N. Main Strut Mil S. Main S...., l. Sob,. 4-Door Station Sodon '
FR 2-2361 FR 2-1411 AS
Wagon. 9-Pa"engtr. Fully $295
i equipped Including airconditlonlng -
119 SI. 1ST AVI. THE GW USED CAR WARRANTY IS j 57 Olds After i Down f
HONORED STATEWIDE WHEREVER THE 53750 Stdon air conditioned. 56 Chcv.

GW EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED AND INMOST --- $395 w. also hOT' larg selection of G.IIII. "sOO'.", L LTDi hirlenes.
STATES THROUGHOUT THE 63 Oldsmobile 210 I I 4 door sedan, auto.matic .
used similar low
WithThe T-llrdi. Trucks and clean can, ell .t yrlcti.
I NATION. "88"' -Door Hardtop I 'S7 Olds VI, "htattr
Power peering. outomotlctrontmlulon Hardtop coufet.
I radio haota $275 CHEV.
$2575 I 2 R&H, ltd.troni 2195FORD
56 Olds I .. 7000 mils white
231 W. University Avt.FR HIT 1 N. Main St. i
DEALERWho 6-5171 FR 6-7311 61 Co t Hardtop with red interior like naw,
4-Door Stdan. Standard $150 I

WantsTo TROPICALPONTIAC VISIT YOURAvthtrlita rantmlnlen. I '59 Buick 57 D'Soto

INC. $995 Hardtop air conditlonad. Convtrtlblt, V8, automat $
220 N.W. Irk A... Warranty IC transmission, vowel 64 Galo.lt 500 J-dr. Fastback 2595
FR 2-2113 Dialer Tee'ty -62Fd-- $895 1I ". 370 V-8. C. M tram,
R&H, PS light D'"".
Foirlont "500" 4-Door I 51 1 ChtvroUt I "j19 51'
DEAL V-8. Standard trantmli S dan_
lion, rorll. heater. I j

CHRISTMAS SALE $1395 '61$125 Ford i I '64 Dtluxt 4-dr, ita wagon, 2295

; R&H,
V-8 Fordomatlc PS
SHAW 63 Chivy IINovo Sedan.1'con llInn.d.
58 Plym. factory A/C; tutra "''eI.
'61 CHEVROLET '61 CHEVROLET 4-Door Stdon. 6Cyllndtr $1395 i
& 'Itn5le VI ,,_. alp _I. Nova all har.rop fully pull.AeMd..1. automatic. troni. I '62 Falcon I 6 patttngtr auburban, eutomatic -
.. .... 5W155r. pod, Sea air's. mission radio haattr. t r t n I mlwlonStattr CHEV.
$1795 Station woQon, '
$1995 $1395 $1195 I gnoctraniportatlon. 63 4-dr Btl.Alf, V-8, ,ow.,. 1645
KEETER glide. ""H. new liiai, savenow.
'61 BUICK '61 FALCON 62 Tempest I .
... 61 Falcon $195
Mensal "I "at. fully Wagon '- Sea lilt 4-Door Sedan Automatic !
238 W. UniversityPhone aqul5'ed. tea -. ..,.... tranimluion radio ",at. JloMon worjon, I
FR 6-5371 $1695 $1195 .r, $995 '

$1395 '61 Ford Golo.it' 500 4.dr. ,
'61 DODGE '61 MERCURY 63 hardtop 1945
Mol.... "I. oed.... a.ulsod. Sadon I 53 Chev. V.i. RCrH, n. CrulMomaNk
440 III. N/an .Ir Oldsmobile' I'
..,.. Cl.... .low mll' e. oat .wren. 56 $1195 i rtd with whit, top, Also
"'88" 4-Ooor Stdan. ton l.l tlr apart coup with I I with .11 for $11"
$_1595_ $1095_- tr 1 1 0/,1 1 it, g rcdlo., automatictronimttilon haofF I '60 Ford I 'lutamatlc, radio, htattr,

'61 PONTIAC '50 CHEVROLET_ V.8 Station wean" 'I $295 j.: M t1 ; Low Rata 6%
annvllla tte ertlbld, pulp.nrtwtal. sine? $395 $795 l;
: pod, "Ie.
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56 Pontiac salon, air condlHontd. ,

'61 DODGE 59. RAMBLER, .. t-Ooor Sedan Automatic I'airng I Merc. : on all *
VA ._. 5 'NNn.er, 511 AMlca_ w5ep1 aitra .Ito.ylwl onimiuion. power. $995 53 I
01' _1IIIned, wry "Ir. rod>A twitar V.8.
.1,- $495 $395 '62 ImperialCrown Monterey Sport coup with I new and
radio, heater,
$1495 ,air conditional I automatic U
I I -54-Ford $2695 I very clean condition I Con WAII3A$ used cars!

2.Door Sedan V-8 itond. $295
I : oral transmission' radio. 59 Chrysltr
POOLE-GABLE USED CARS htattr. Hardtop coupe, alt londl- I
Like It? '

It'. 0 514 H. MAIN ST. 372-4951 i -'-- 395- $995 62 $1145

used Volhwo,." 56 Pontiac '58 D.iofo j 56 Line. Sunroof MrH. solid block,

I I 4.Door Hardtop Automat So......
'61 VW I k trommiMlon, f a w I ftatrira Capri 4 door .sedan 0'ienatic .
"",.. W.Sorv .1..... I radio, heart, $395 I powtr Neal... r.ita. .< I '
$1395 I CHRISTMAS BONUSI V-i. '58 Plymouth I ties. Mote', runt food end CORVAIR

I I 395 Station" wane 62 Manta 4-dr. wdon. K&H. 1145
60 rONTIACianwllia $$295 ...ipttd troll
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J295| HOIdeo Automat '62 Rambler I
d"oof St rchi (, SIP
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ell., .
$2995 r hottr ficrwd FORD
63 I' ., $JUS. . V.'. '
......., tnirirlerit/ 5.IM..ha w $1295 61 695
"_ '63 MERCURY 4 d M.t r,7. .1, $395 58 Ford I{oncln, P/U, solid ,.d,
$1450 condition. $ '
: OOOCing -- -- 61 rwifom 4 door radar. ru"
".* $2595. ZOVJO 57- Chevrol.t S.ot- ........., 6 Cyl. ..*..,
'62 VW I 4 cI..,CUI"0m. ro41.. h..,. -Door Stdan. 6cyllndtr.IronvntwiO $995 ..wottr. 2 tone blue," end ,
taaaa. ft.M. -- la- / COMET 'ihlt*. '
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77 J odlO Volkswagen 61
$1495. ,
$1195, $745
$295 2 dr naotar ealddien.M's
'62 fALCON 4.door .,.'1011=.'e.ut.metic .), ... 395 $1295 'fIIo' .,.....
'63 VW tio, Kt.t.f
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." lll. C.erV.ftlblt.), Z Dove V. .. standard! S fat wins'. '
$1395 62 PONTIAC I :I lr ::Ji cor. $100 CHEV.
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i' I $595 61 5,50010, 2,4', k ,# ..v... 1295
63.MI'..c la_*a.. 0$1895 laa.ML -... I : Horo 64. seder Pontiac. tit conaJUtiontd Golax. VS.100" 4 tVxMltdtn. :$,, Powergtld.. f I. IO 4
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ROMEO 61 CHEVROLET .McOt.I.IttHr 54 Pontiac FORD
62 ALFA 4.
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U 'Goliuiville/ Sun_Friday December 18, 1964 1


; ANTA iFE Poinsettias Make Bright Dr. Richard E. Guenther

Local Tobacco I Chiropractic Physician


Ornamentals for ChristmasBy I :
cacLristl' Plants Favoredto Of His Office at

I 537 N.E. First St.
HERVEY SHARPS ment Stations. He says II you pounds of in M-8 fertilizer per .time of flowering of varieties I members of your family.
.. Agricultural Extension Service desire red bracted varieties,, 100 square feet of plant apace since this is an important The Blue Springs 4-H Club GainesvilleOfHc .
Haunt U b 2-J
Poinsettias are like m 0 s t propagate such plants aa fireball earlier In the fall should now' I consideration when harvesting ,will have its annual Christmas (.12 Thursday Pk.176-7691
Christmas shoppers' budgets Indianapolis Red, Albert be producing large colorful Jim Vdv Initial tobacco. Hicks and White Gold :party in the home of Larry W. Saturday kv PnvlawAtpotntmant
they are In the red. Ecke, oak leaf or Mrs. Paul bracts. The plants will need repeat will flower seven to 10 days I Osteen next Tuesday night be- Only
Ecke. You can enjoy color applications of plant f ood
UWANNFF So if don't have red poln- earlier than McNair 12, Florida i ginning at 7:30.:
you combinations If the in June
you mingle In early spring, again PRODUCE: YOUR OWN .
with 22, N. C. 85, Cokers 80F and -=- --------
settlas to keep company .
red plantings with Ecu whiteor and perhaps during mid sum-
The odds in
favor of
are '
broke budget, it is not too usIng Cokers 319. McNair 30 flowers'
your variety.Poinsettias If there rains.
a pink mer are heavy
:livestock late to get a supply of the flow- I locally grown tobacco plants. three to five days later than
I will For best results, prune poinsettias Diseases, Including rootkno,'Hicks
grow on a and White Gold. Under
Market: ers.Purchasing potted stock from wide range of soils Inclu ding 1 back In late winter or are less likely to be carried to prolonged dry weather, N. C'i I' Gas Genie says:
"' I garden center is the easiest sand, muck, marl, rocky soil early spring blooming the field from the plantbeds 95 and Florida 22 may be delayed -1
'A final cattle sale before over or after the danger of where home '
way to establish plantings 0 f and clay. In spite of the wide plants are grown. an additional five 0 r' WHY
Christmas saw 1,086 head sold I frost has passed. Cut them Research has shown that
the .u
adaptability, plants will J
ornamental. However more days
the holiday flowering. i
the I back to within 12 to 18 Inchesof
to 61 buyers Monday
present a better show of< tobacco are lowered by as
some green thunb operators you unless have Maturity of the tobacco
Gainesville livestock market. the ground they
scavenge the neighborhoodfor color if you take proper care of been frozen back below this much as 100 pounds per acre for leaves usually is not reached are so many
The Federal State Market
hardwood cuttings when fellow -them. each day a plant remains out of until flowering has occurred. !
Then cut them back to
News Service reported slaughW' point.
the ground between the bed and peopleswitching
their poinsettias -I Remember-use
Steers and heifers steady, gardeners prune Fertilizer application Is Important "live" wood. locally grown
with cows, bulls and calves following the flowering I An application of Itt You'll find that a compact transplanting in the field. tobacco plants for best to
weak at 50 cents to $1 lower. season. I plant will furnish more color Assurance of the desired var 4-H CLUB rClults'l
Stockers remained steady. Such pruned material can be than a plant with few 1111I lety together with better root The annual Christmas party
;Cattle prices Monday: rooted. First, punch a 1. Inch branched stalks. To promote a systems and having plants when for Gilchrist 4-Hers attendingthe
:"Steers and heifers Good diameter hole about > inches CHANCE I riot of colored bracts, prune you need them should be sufl Trenton School was held
and choice, $17 20.23; standard deep into moist earth, then inert I the plants several times duringthe lent encouragement for you togo last night. ,natural gas
$13 19; utility, $14 16.SO; the woody,cutting Into Starting; Dec. .27, theSun'a I growing season. Cut the all out to grow or get The annual Christmas party I
stockers, $11. 20.25. the hole and press the soil firmly Suwannee SantaFe new growth back after It Is 12 your tobacco plants grown lo for the Bell and Santa Fe 4-H I
around the base. Be sure to Farm Page will be inches long, leaving four leaves
..Calves Good and choice,, cally. Clubs will be held next Mon
$15 20-; standard, $13 18.50; keep the toll moist until the published en Sundays.This on each shoot. Be sure to stop New varieties of flue cured day evening, beginning at 7.30' Because there's nothing like Natural Gas for .
utility, $11 to 14; stackers, $9-20 cutting Is well established. is another move on the pruning In early September tobacco are being released in the Bell School cafeteria un- "care free", "trouble free" heating, cooking end
Cows Utility, $12 14.50; There are I number of poln- the part of the Sun to because the "flowering" buds,again this year. Trials at the der the direction of their local water heating and its economical, too. It's instant
cutters, $9.75; stackers, $ -lUO. settlas to choose from, accord- improve its services and are set In early October. Experiment Station in Florida leaders, Mrs. L. V. Carver,I it's safe It's clean and your supply Is always there.
add to leisurely color
,Bulls Utility, $14 1650; Ing to Dr. T. J. Sheehan, ornamental your Poinsettias show their da not Indicate that any of Mrs. Frances Martin and Mr.l
cutters, none sold; stackers, $7. horticulturist with the I Sunday reading pleasure. according to the day length and 'these new varieties have any and Mrs. Wallace Townsend.This I GET OUR FREE SURVEY & ESTIMATE
Florida Agricultural ExpertBy temperature.
18. noteworthy advantage over is a family atfiar and
.;A good hog sale Tuesday saw ---- present varieties. Often new all 4-Hers from. the Bell and
829 head cross the block. Butcher varieties present a harvesting Santa Fe 4-H Clubs Corn
are encour- inuville
!,grades were steady to 25 Using Farm Dollar SqueezeTo or curing problem that has already aged to attend and bring your,I GA p nn
cents lower, except for llgher been solved with older families with you to Join In the
Cades, which ran strong to 50Ctnts varieties. Go slow before chang- fun. One point you should r

higher. Feeder sold.up to Ing to a new variety. member, however. Bring alonga e-I 237 W. Unir./ Ave. Phone FR 2-6391
2152. Forward Crop Controls The following varieties have gift for all small pre-4-H Club

:Hog prices Tuesday: been grown in Florida and are ,, uu .' -. _,.u --..,-.. ...... ... ,..-. _. ".-
-No. 1'sreg$1470; No.1'", recommended: Hicks, White 't ,'; .w. ;
cjrn fed, 180 -200 pounds, $15; OVID A. MARTIN Provisions of Its feed grain cooperator faces the prospectof Gold, McNair 12, Florida 22,! r. < < rf : 71f
No:t'., corn fed, 205. 240 Associated Press Farm Writer stabilization program for 1965 getting 3 to 10 cents a bushel N. C. 95, Cokers 80F and Cok f
pounds, $14.90; No. 2's $14110; are designed to cut returns of less for his grain than he Is ers 319.! I ,
typ. "'., 14.75; No. 4's, $1340; WASHINGTON The government producers who do not take part getting for 1964 crop corn.I Attention should be glv e n .' j,
No. 1 Bo's, $12; No. 1 Hy'i, is moving to put "
by reducing plantings at a time That's because the price sup- i ,1' r./ ;
I Q.50 c feeders ran to 2125. greater economic pressure 0 its n when surpluses exist. port for corn next year will be CUT YOUR OWN "'.". ". "> '..", ,..,fi. .:'r. "N, ," .,
I -The next sales are scheduled farmers to cooperate with Similar provisions are expected : $1.05 a bushel or 5 cents less J ...' < <,(j.," .t:. ,; .
1 Cr Dec. 28 and 29. crop control programs. to be Incorporated I D than this year However, current ChristmosTREES r ; : '.. j. 1. %"., fl. <
,,,, ,..
corn prices have been av- *'t' "< R hI" ,11" 'J, .4 :
the government's 1965 cotton eraging above the |1.10 rate, I' ;' :' :;:; > }':'
to announced J. "
j f f. Can ReGrow'Christmas stabilization program. ; ifi. ',;f. '\ ',' 1 : ,
reflecting this year's reduced It Aerci nitlvt rarer f '-M' ( < : ,
I law soon. the secretary product on. Awn.II II,.,,...IIIDI.Me .A.Irlnjfamily. < : ( ". ',4fJ... "' Farm gives
This reduction in the support 'j., .
{ j
TreeIf two major weapons for ivt ml. Wait 171 anN.wMrry I ,
I holding down Income of non- well rate as affects the noncooperat the cooperatoras r.pine. Road Hilllitim. |turf F. rA ,

you cut a cedar tree for cooperating producers. One li But the Department will make Ham en W.tca.r larr iltfa of ;'d F ,
t Christmas this year, here is a rn .g to reduce the price at which up this support reduction to the road I
suggestion for replacing the the affected crops are supported cooperator by Increasing the Richard ftGaofft ;
tree In the forest. Cut the tree and the other is to increase amount of the payment to him. I L FMchar .
oil high enough to leave one supplementary payments t o
good branch growing on the cooperators The latter must! .1

stump. If you have more than County reduce plantings below their A Gift In The True I ,
ape limb left cut them back to feed grain base acreages. \ t
one. This branch will start anew The noncooperator must depend
"tree and you will be SUN Agent wholly on market prices. Spirit Of Christmas
prised to see how quick this He Is Ineligible for price support
stump will grow another tree. loans and payment I n -
It all the branches are cut off, LMurdCibk periods of surplus supplies, the :il igpl .
the stump will probably die. support price offered by the ir\; from
Help propagate our native cedar booklets, if accurately and reg. Department tends to set a ceilIng >- '
trees. ularly kept, would save our on market prices, 14 1
Fruit trees around the home farmers and ranchers plenty. For example, in the case of 1' .

add much to the landscape and,They are free for the asking. corn produced.In 1963! the_non- !
provide food for family enj oyment. WORLD I
This is the season of the tyti >
year for planting fruit and nut Attention Livestock Producers! t"
o giftBIBLE i
trees shade trees and other m.

trees and ornamental plants. ;
Select those favorite varltlea If yw hiv .... w iMl. to I .'\'fj' ,

for your home and plant them Mil now or lii the liters .1.... RING Muss vcsslo, .. ",\\C\aa.\\ u,' l.
during December or Janu ry. cantict .". of the ..,... it : ,, .. ".tv ,,' 1.\.1'.t', .. .. '_ ?, ..
We seldom think of it as such - Ie..._.._...
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but plants made excellent C..I.". Sau.i.e C. a."y sad ......... .. ... \
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Christmas presents. What llrtilatk. itlltiFor Come see our new home.Tomorrow .
way is there to give something Ivy raw
that will remain d ow nQlrough
the years as a reminder COPELAND OFFERS YOU we'll be all settled down in If there anything you'd like to know
of your love and apprec i aUon. our n.w building, hoping you'll come to or be shown just ask.
.: Want to be remembered 4 BIG ADVANTAGES!II th .hous warming starting at 9a.m. Even If there Isn't a thing we can tell
by a 'dear friend or relat Iwo, And help yourself to refreshments you come In anyway and made yourself
Give a plant this Christmas. Cash market every Jey. Important occasiom, ther '. one sift that's always appropriate, And come with us for a ride In the at home.
-" hrayi appreciated
a beautiful World Bible.
#, Those Farm Records Volkswagen you'd lite lo try VW or
2. No commission." Available in of Karmann Ohio Sedan or Convertible,
Farm accounts and records sift bindings luxurious leathers and fine imitation
Ire becoming more complex 3. Special' consideration given to moot type hall leathers. In white red or Mack. Edition suitable for every Bible VW Station Wagon. Kornbl or Truck.
each year, and In many casesfarmer 4. Can furnish hauling for sufficient quantities. reader M prices for all. See our beautiful selection. from S2.JO I And wrtofnly see our much'enlarged
are losing money In the I $12.73.. service area with Ihs work stalls and 39h w 4//4/ S
area of bookkeeping alone. Tax hoists n totes(o keep the service as good E
CALL COLLECT 462-1011 as .Ihe. car.
laws are getting more complex *.
lilted only through a set of farm CHESNUT i
un.t Avt.
records can a person obtain the CUUCI PHILLIPS PRiSTON POLK
maximum benefit from the ever -
changing tax laws. Each NORMAN VIICH = Office
i4. Equipment
year in December we Informour ;:
farmers and ranchers e f' MILLER.BROWN MOTORS
the Important booklets in the CopelandSAUSAGI
county! agent's office. They are' Company 'Inc.
Farm and Ranch Record' 106 W. University 4222 N.W. 13 h Street 376-4552
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