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

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Story of Soviet Sewing Machines I and; Stuck Gears I


Nrui flork fftmri dropped sharply.But Finally a worker of the Podolsk sewing machine face to face with realities of Soviet planning.

By THEODORA: SHABAD still the plants converted to sewing machine factory could stand It no longer and let out a shout Although IS million sewing machines piled up all

MOSCOW Pravda the Communist Party newspaper production worked merrily away turning out machine for help In the form of a letter to Pravda. over the Soviet Union, the economic plan for 1961 Hill

Once, told Its readers a sad story Tuesday. after machine. Soon output tripled over the original "We've got.more than 150,000 machines accumulatedhere provided 'for the production ef an equal number of
upon a time 19 years ago to be exact, there
was a great demand for sewing machines and lines levelIt ," the worker V, Komoltsev, said, "and still we new machines And plant managers were producingthem

formed In front of stores. And to the government de- became evident that a crucial gear In the Soviet are chasing and chasing the plan, making thousandsof regardless of consumer demand became that

cided "to meet the demand of the population for household planning machinery bad become stuck. Sewing machines them every day," was what the plan said and their fate depended en

sewing machines In the shortest possible time." soon filled the stores. They backed up Into Pravda sent Its sewing machine specialist to Podolsk plan fullflllmrnt.

The cumbersome machinery of Soviet planning shifted warehouses. They backed up Into corridors and locker 20 miles south of Moscow. And sure enough, there The Pravda man suggested that consumer demand

Into sewing machine production and production Increased rooms of sewing machines factories but not sough they were, "Himalayas" of sewing machines, as he might be stimulated either by Improving that qualityof

rapidly. Within two or three years output to smother production. \Machines kept coming off put It. the machines many of them hi unappealing colors

doubled, lines for machines dwindled and demand assembly lines. A lengthy investigation of the facts brought him and with few attachments or by lowering prices.

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Nrui dark Ttmra Otto Rohse, the 39 year old

BONN West GermanyThefederal Hamburg artist who designedthe / 1T
post office insisted woodcut for the stamp."It wa n..... natal NEWSSTAND/ PRICE Wo

Tuesday it is not putting the doesn't speak very well 89th Year, No. 143 GAINESVILLE, FLA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1964 CN< ::: DIlLY.AND... I"10** .
portrait of Adolph Hitler on for our people U they see HIt-
current issues its brand new ler everywhere" said Rohse."I '
50-pfennmg stamp not wit h- know what I designed andIt
landing. Is not a countenance of Hit-

The new stamp, Issued Dec. ler." ;

II, produced a one day sensation Rohse said the false Impression SHOPPING i, Anti-U.S. CampaignMay
when philatelists had a of a countenance might be
close look with the magnifying attributable to loss of detail OAT LEFTCHRISTMAS

glass. In the miniaturization of the t
in the lefthand I
Up corner as design.
part of a sort of abstract doo-
The post office also had disappointing
dle, there appeared to be a
tiny likeness of the late feuhr- news for the hun SEALS fight Hind
dreds of collectors who had
er. The characteristic Hitler other RESPIRATOR DISEASES in Viet
rushed out to make speculative
forelock and toothbrush mustache Erupt
purchases of the "Hitler laid
to the are layman's readily eye.recognizable stamp." The new SO-pfenniger mss o
withdrawn I
a spokesman
Nonsense, said a post office sail
spokesman. Nonsense, said

*. U. S. AsksKhanh's

All 3 Ouster OfMililaryRulc

Christmas Present to President Johnson !

Bodies Nrui tyark 3Tlmr meaL country themselves, while those By PETER AIWETT

This puts President Johnson who are expected govern f SAIGON Viet Nam AP
WASHINGTON President vj ( ) -
and his ambassador In South have no power and are subjectto There were Indication
Johnson's of tonight
new policy "pa
FoundBy tience and generosity" towardthe Viet Nam, Maxwell Taylor, In removal whenever K h a nh that South Vietnamese military
and the colonels give the
Allies is now being put to a most difficult position. The men were cranking up an Intl.American
tae a hard test by the military I legal basis for American military word. campaign that may
leaders of South Viet Nam. Intervention In that country This, In effect destroys even Involve street demonstrations
BILL HAGERSun In effect, Is that it is being asked to whatever legal basis the Saigon against US. Ambassador

Staff Writer LL Gen. Nguy- Intervene by the legitimate government has and therefore 4t Maxwell D. Taylor.
Three local drowning victims government of the country. weakens the American Informed sources said Lt.
Khanh and
two men and a 17 year- tv Analysis:
government's argument that It Gen.
Nguyen Khanh
the colo- Gen. Khanh however Is demanding commander -
old boy were recovered from F nth l in his VI hat The the right of the mili- is acting In Viet Nam on behalf of the armed forces already

watery graves Tuesday funeral to be command are Kens tary to change that government of the legally constituted has drawn the outlines of such
laid to rest again In and authorities of the stale. a campaign/ before his
services today and Thursday.The Insisting that Means at will publicly condemning military
Mullis the United the United States for More than that, a IS. council of some :20 high officer.
bodies of Douglas ,
opposing his demands. Khanh's decision to the It was not known whether the
42 217 NW 38th Ter and JohnC. States shouldgo I support >J
The situation In official young colonels who fired key civilian premier, T r s a Van
Proctor 35, 3515 NW 8th on financing the war thereat as seen
discovered float I the rate of ft.500,000 here therefore members of the High Nations go slung, but
Ave. were ng a day quarters J Khsnh had clearly become the
near the surface of Newnan's but should keep out of the in- Is that those, who ,have the Council makes It all.the more strongest man ,In Smith Viet
Lake by Alachua County Sher ,terrf: fquad.:Is o< ei* the power "In'tiiyin? 't** the military difficult to bring about a ,.- Nam for the time tlng.

iff's Department search party. JOHNSON makeup of the Saigon governEDITOR'S will not govern the (See MIAMI en Page) KIIAMI Khanh told the nation by ra

Rescue teams made. up of f din Tuesday night, that
no for.
trained officers and amateur -- --- -
eign power could Impose Its
volunteers had blanketed the ( NOTE-AH BROTHERHOOD Bud Water' TV Program icies on his armed forces 1

lake for more than a week aft men are brother and In the speech, Khsnh w..
er the two men failed to re clearly taking
an anU-AmwIcsn f
;Christ "made like hi
was *
turn from a fishing trip Dec. 11 lone, with the added assertion
Their small fiberglass boat I brethren in every respect Dismissed As Scare Stuffwas his country could go on without t
was found later, floating half- scripture reports. It Is this American assistance If ;
submerged life saving cush- special enduring quality of I= sievessary. !

ions and fishing poles still Inside brotherhood the Christmas that illuminates tory. In By CUP CORMIER City, Gainesville's water regulations. Later, Khanh granted an .Intorvifw ,

It- the of Sun city Editor contamination Is no worse than However, !he said, there Is to a correspondent of I
Ronald Gene (Ronny) Mihl- : following third five any other city's. some danger of bad water from the New York Herald Tribune,
feld, 17. 32M! NW 29th Ave., articles AP religion Alachua County Health Director said Gainesville's private wells and small water In which. !he directly attacked
drowned Monday afternoon i writer George W. Cornell Dr. Edward G. Byrne said Byrnes mu- Taylor, Khanh
companies that not hive thelabor.tll'1 was quoM assaying
water Is of the
nicipal plant one
while hunting from a boatJ1\ a19foot I telU what this Christmas Tuesday a TV program from resources and the that Taylor did not act
efficient and
deep water filled ditch quality means to mankind.) Jacksonville last week crested moat n the state consultants to maintain absolute more Intelligently, Southeast

on 1-73 near University Ave. His "a scare by inference" and only s the few best years for ago this was size cited control over the waterIn Ala would be toil.

body was found at the bottomof painted an Incorrect picture ofGalnnvW. eration.as op. the city's water' plant the According to other nighty .in

the ditch Tuesday afternoonby Made Like .'. municipal water wstrr which Is pumped In from formed snurces Khsnh told hiseiwiirll ,
said the TV
a local scuba diving group supply. several wells In the southeast of general that tough
lie In
to virus
known as the "Barnacle Bust The on Sutton attempted procure! on the United SUles
program section of town, Is filtered, softened
ers." WJXT said Gainesville's drink. epidemics in Gainesville wilt I chtortnitMi\ and flourhuied. Intact now bs applied and that
According to a hunting companion I ing water was contaminated bJsew.g. polluted drinking water, Byrnes said this should/ include inli-Amert-

17. year-old Charles ; His Brethren and "potentially dan "We did have an outbreak of The cholnrlne kills moot of can demonslrsllons if necessary
Hinton, 3301 NW ZKh! Ave., gerous.'* virus about year ago In which .
the such
I enteric
organism, si
young Mihlfeld and he were II '. Byrnes declined to comment the city's drinking water was those that cause typhttd.Orcsslonatly In the midst of this, the UJ.
forced Into the water when their By GEORGE W. CORNELLAP of God on the program the f e 11 owing sunprcted. However, we Investigated Slats Department said H could
flimsy wooden boat swamped. Religion Writer His clearest action and voice day 1I'lnglwhacl not heard the that pMslblllty. The large amount not condone "Imp""," fMcrferewe" .
Hinton told officers his friend GAZE UPWARD at the skies. are found In s corporeal man- comments and wanted to avail spread of that particular vie u s of detergents have' cropped up In Vltt Mam's elvl'lang7Vernment
attempted to save two shotguns! The sign is not there. Search ifestation. In the child born of himself of a copy of the script was found to be from prrsontoprrson In the city's water causing a"head" ,
from sinking holding oiw In the imagination. You will not woman' .In a rock bound cave used by the announcer. and nut from the drinking of foam. The last occurrence. m.a (rerm nls between Tsy-
each hand. When Hinton saw laid the evidence. Ponder the la the Incarnation. Tuesday, after having studied water" Dr. Byrnes said, .as tor and Khanh "have fared! ,p
Mihlfeld go under the water, great philosophies and metaphysical "And the Word became flesh the script. Byrnes said the program The health officer said the shout a year ego and was lfse front lime b> lime to Uw earl
ed well far from
he called to three teen age abstractions. They do and dwelt among us." had only dredged I' old city's water supply .Is checked/ to a not astnkhale three months. But Owe were

bystanders who dove to water not contain it Ancient Oriental and G r eek problems that have been known daily (or impurities In accordance IM advance signs ef the ruwntesplMlon ,
and swam out to the two But consider people. Therein religions tend to downgrade the for years. He called tinbs program with State Board of Health (See WATER. Page II N' off lumfjy by a

struggling boys. lies the clue. body as a bate, evil priion as a "disservice" to the com military purge of In* High Nsllmial .
Two of the rescuers attemptedto The finer of Christmas points opposed to the soul aspiring to munity. Council The dispute Is at
bold MJtlfeUTs limp body, at man. The movement was not escape into the purely "spirit- Some of the materials used Mistletoe Was Dear .lri l parity a prrtwulity clash

but it slipped from their pasp. outward toward some intangible nal." Christianity makes ao In the program are U years betwseA Khanh and Taylor
Attempts to recover him from ethereal realm but directly such sharp distinction.It eld. he said. Lynn Summertia. ZOS SE MUl Ter., paid much more" than A military reorganlaatlmi of
the murky waters were Initially into this earthy frame, its considers both qualities "There Is an element of he bargained/ for Monday alM when he was asked to buy some the Ilifh' National Council mightat
unsuccessful. nature and physique.He Intimately Interwoven with the truth to some of the statements mistletoe by a small bkmd bnjr. .le.eat pertly satiety the
Proctor, a native of Brooklet.Ga. was "made like his brethren spirit intended to rule the bodyas but the over an anomelnn ef Sum nwriin paid for a few sprigs ef the traditional greenery and AiTMrtcan demand' for a return
.. moved to Gainesville two in every respect,It scrip a guiding rudder without the program WM Incorrect."' toM he youngster to put it h his nocrupled ear ef the'" government to civilian

years ago from Savannah C*. ture reports. which the body runs amok:, but said Brynes. "Everything hereIs When Summerua returned to the vehicle later, he discovered kit control
He was regional manager far la Its groundwork. Christianity that both when in proper balance under control. WII.'. pun* had boo emptied of a wallet containing V*. The Vietnamese /had no /Inv

Field Enterprises Educational often Is called among the work mutual harmony Water pollution is a national dry police later .pprc waned the younpter. who admitted taking mediate comment on Bw flat
Corp. of Chicago EL aad most mate Iaitstie .. religions. and fuITfflmmt. problem. They/ have It iIIlt.vU. the money Officers recovered l VA of the amount taken and taunted DD rl/n.nt statement Tuesday

a member of the Gainesville It affirms the body, the elements (See BROTHERHOOD Page 3) to JxksonvUie and to flew York he culprit ever to Juvenile authorities '?se VIETNAM .. Page)
Primitive Baptist Church. H. and process of natter.

was a graduate of Georgia It esteems the organic ..

Southern College, Statesbo. verse, as the work and medium
Site Sold for
fOe Survivors Ca. bclude his widow. Hospital $75,300 I

Elaine, two sons David L and

John S., aDd a daughter, Vicky, By NORM LeCOB second high of seven bid they are phased the lead is bring wed by Clark Butler! !Realtors Mkf the lend) was

a3: of Gainesville: his parents. NickelMIAMI Son Staff Writer ders. Paul ate had paned brought so murk and will find lot coMtrutUoa of apartment a fowl buy at ITJJoo, an sv.

Mr and Mrs. Jolla C. ProctorSr to build apartment DOOM.. gaud SM lilt DM meaty houses at the northwest corner erne price of ".271 an acre:
Brooklet. Ca.. a brother, Cockrwches The last n acres of I"COIIIIt7'
of (AP) -
(See BODIES o Page t) are worth a *ckl In Miami Drew hospital site to la *tmu> the alga ." Toa county bought 14 acres of the hrurntction.sl HIp' density, group boss I a g
southwest CanxtvOJt the /Vfiua County Conwus- for tajes about II years of the remaining 1} tone provisions to Gelnmlll'
nil is the current srtct bemgpaid went on
J I* a gang ef Uyearoldcollectors the auction Mock Tuesday and stooerjtaid they east .. cine *.., tor we as a new SM frAladMta acres: wanteM, *, severs ) would permit op to a units an
Central HoiaitsLTbe months at roquet of its acre, or sn average land cost
WHERETO tn Miami's northwest brought to a kg fad of n- the rf-sagreemrol More the
enO/B property to bested ....- Gainesville Chamfer of Co svmrrcf. per dashing/ units ef (brae than
Sfctns, But fir reaches mast .. mare than twice the appraised :Jst year. The sate wd
stately south of what h now Tha chamber ailed tm As straight' spsrinis.
vibe and bar HUMS sot b* computed idea CMIrtish
be aave. A dad ana Is worth-
FIND IT IMS. Meter that the Matty paid fork Enterpmes agrees to tfw totmtrttMi of SW IM*. A'e. tame tn stwfsnoubie sbreavntt bwMin(, hers Is .. .. Ing
M the tersas.Sooretarr: owe and MB Street of a city refitetra en DM lima to tile number ., tills
A rewarck fins is using the years ago. .
c-c. . 17Cleesitie4. cockroaches t tat a pesticide frank Abase Cnn. Ctitnv&4 of Stats Tim Cmtrmry embrWH Iksbmf land Ibis prop)**! never snabrlalbnf. per acre.Land ..,
far aV
mufti-family tL
. 19.11 -.. fad art bow vet It attracts reafer. isbsslutf Out Adam s4 today ON fins Is choice, and II... derided -
gaheessswewe i gObweweiea the black pest and he* fast kift WL He said lilt at act** not glsttroi as yet to ao ear to expand the hospital on The property was appraised Mla to GsJnesvlIIa now kj 10 Ie
2Oraie. kiDs feen.Dm far CeOrfSa Enterprises) toe. lame ss Derma. CoSrgisloEcterTrtws the-nits about two years age at WfW. lot .t up to MM per unit

f e*. 4 a geld 41 whet the a MJnsosrf fins atria totends Is sat feed as a ftteecquenty. a ro4' wsi Other spartmtnts are bwfJtK
sews IMS roaches are ...... tat ceflte- II baud apartanent ktmnn.Vataaft .. toad owner m Alacfcta County ** ttroagk the ton*, stttg One srevtowfy, the county planted c. Thomas tnunstflat
W.....'. . (.7 ton say 71 can rind a? a *'. Prey, ... kill[ ao4 IM above St acres. Another tour trW to self site land M r.. vicinity, a ,s

).. t tor's wertt to no tantj operated .sirs till"r silo In nfls."S' aert was held sf several tortttf all kids .. Ioeilr.. (See HOSPITAL. .. r.Sad .



23 1964
2 Galnll"ille SUfi Wdsend0Y-,,..

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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Weather Roundup Towns ImperiledBy Alacliua


35P Rising WatersBY COMMISSION

I ZONES THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: the southeastern part of the I --

BCD Considerable Torrential rains, whipped 'ata!.e. Christmas Day.
Limit also will be workIng .
cloudiness through Wednes Speed Extra crews
along on gale force winds, continued Natural disaster seemed the
day. Low tonight In the 50s. to sweep across four Pacific order of the day. San Diego was Is ChangedThe for the two weeks after

High Wednesday In the 60s. Northwest states today, hit by an earthquake, causing Christmas, to clean up leftover

Variable winds 5 to U miles Imperiling scores of cities and panic in the downtown area and speed limit on the Waldo holiday debris. He said Gainesville

per hour. towns and causing millions of widespread, but minor, damage. Road through Fairbanks will be residents will be throwing
I P 0 Pertly cloudy through 85 mph to 55 during Christmas trees in
lowered from 15,000 ,
w_., oncool ,.. wmt morning dollars of damage.Six Four drownlngs were blamedon away
fog end low cuudlnm. Lew tonight persons have died and the storm in Oregon. Dr. the day and 45 at night. addition to other refuse.
I* 44. High Wednoidoy mid 701 Miller
Vorloble meiy! norm wlndi S to ISmllti 11 three rescuers were missing In Robert Dickson, 60, of Chinook, County Engineer Roy

H I per- Oenerilly"hour. ,.1, through Wed- H the two-day storm that forced at Mont., drowned when the bridge advised the board of county AssessmentDistrict

,od.v ice.,, Or. ....ri .nor'lrs 5'n least 5,000 persons to flee before.over Interstate SON gave way commissioners Tuesday the
end tow doudlneu Low tonight aO to is taking -
a High wodnndoy 71 to M ....- the raging waters of a dozen: and he was thrown into the John State Road Department OK'dThe

J .Oonerolly..ov' lor fair tome. through eoriy morning WtdIteidoy flood-swollen mountain rivers. I Day River. Edward Kilgore, 48, the action, request from
'.. Low tonight' ,In tilt 00$. ., the county. Commission
Wedneidey ,.. Moilly north wAd High t """1 A helicopter with three Coast of Sutherlinn, Ore., and Ella Alachua County -
to it miiM per hour Guardmen aboard was missing Cox, U, of Roxeberg, Ore. were Tuesday approved a

I K. -Low Oenerilly tonight fair... High through Wednetdiy Widn'n.dy. GAINESVILLE WEATHER after evacuating 10 people off carried away by the overflow of Rush Refuse special assessment district to

n mlln North!p o'M hour" rwthuit. wlndi I to If Municipal Airport readings an Island in California's Eel Calapoola Creek after they fled Collections pave NW 36th Street north of

'l.M'IItATIILIIWHIU for 24 hours to 8 a.m. today: River. their stranded! car An unidentified 39th Avenue into Wimberly Estates

Jeduomlllt 0 M. L 10 're,. High e 2 at I p.m.; low 61 Federal, state, and local disaster child perished in a car Extra city crews will work sub-division.

Mloml Tempo' .15 E U at 1 a.m. Rainfall none. units worked frantically that ran into a washout in a through Thursday evening col Residents had asked the

Atlenle U 40 through the night in 85-mlIe-an- canyon southeast of The Dalles, lecting refuse and garbage to county to do the job and assess

so Now....Orlotni 31 n 2's d .n wio luniet ALMANC todoySunrlu .... 5im. hour winds to complete evacuation -state police reported. get a head start on the boll- them for the cost. Lloyd

H.w yrs 3' 32 ,02 tomorrow .. T 22 s.m.Mounrius of whole towns as the storm Most major rivers continuedto days, Bill Green, city manager, Myrick is the developer.

WroAInliu Cl dl 36 55ChOioo Lot OuirtirMOMININTSTAH tonight'.:::.:':... 10 DC.55 Hoo raged. The Weather Bureau rise and were over flood said today. No one appeared at the advertised

5 Donvirft a,... Cllt II II 40 U llrlut, In tilt KMthOMtVlllllS .. 10.U ,.m. predicted no let up today. stage late Tuesday night. Only io collection is planned public hearing to

lee. Worth II II Another storm, about 700 Interstate I remained open, and speak for or against the request -
AngelwCIOA n 56
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... '. .u :II ." ..loro, iui ...... ... S pII m. miles off the coast, was expected highway officials feared it
elY TIO.I, high In MulhwitI" :"11p.m, to bring more rain by Christmas would be two or three before More AboutBodies opened but not
ThUrld.V HIh It 4:45: 1.111, end Mon, high 'In soon, .. I 10 irs, days Bids were ,
':19 ,.m. Ion. St, 11:51: ..m. V...... rim ... .. .. L.u ..... the Weather Bureau fore- east-west roads could be read or accepted, pending re-

I cast. opened. I visions. Specifications calledfor

- -.. IAP Wlrtphct$ tl Id* tun) I 5.Day Forecast California's Gov. Edmund G. All rail traffic was disrupted type one asphalt surface.
Brown at midday declared four as Southern Pacific's line In the The two bidders S. M. Wall

Vickie's Tree Temperatures will average the 60s in the extreme north to northwestern counties disaster Cascade Mountains was blocked from Page 1 Co. and W & M Construction

near or a little above normal. 70s elsewhere. It will turn cooler areas and appealed for federal by a mudslide: the Union Pacif.Ic Co., both bid on a differenttype
during the weekend. assistance. Five other bard-hit line was blocked at two points Dr. Henry J. Proctor of Laurel surface. Both will be invited
Vkkle Allor, 6, has been blind more than half her Lows will range from lOs In the Mn,
sections : northern counties sent urgent by washouts. Bay, S. C.; two sisters, to submit revised bids.
are to
\ She recently experimented with colored crayons extreme north to SOs around the expected letabout pleas to the state capitol for Numerous smaller towns were John C, Powell of Unadilla,,

the result wa no good her Christmas tree Keys. Normal highs will be In I showers half during an Inch the of weekend rain In I relief. Isolated by blocked roads and Ga. and Mrs. Wayne Sweseyof Last Time

<< was published as a Christmas card on be In Oregon, Coy Mark Hat. severed telephone lines The Tacoma, Wash.

IL of her IIchool-Pre-Schonllor the Visually Han More field Issued the disaster call and 124-mlllion John Day bridge, Funeral services for Mr. On Chair

in Kansas City. Asked how she knew what placed the National Guard on only a year old, was among the Proctor were this morning at 9;

tree looked like, Vickie replied: "I just AboutKhanh alert. many bridges washed out. am. In the Primitive Baptist G. M. Davis, Gainesville I

( that's all." The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gov. Grant Sawyer called out Civil defense officials reported Church. Burial was to follow in builder, presided for the last

Allor of Odessa, Mo., her eyes were removed the Nevada National Guard to thousands left homeless but Brooklet. time Tuesday as chairman of

of malignant tumors. A 16-month-old broth help workmen sandbag store they had no way of pinpointing Mullls had lived here for 10 the Alachua County Commis

Ronnie, lost an eye from the same condition. From Page 1 fronts in downtown Reno as the how many. years and was a test board I slon.Jack

LIGHT Truckee River's flood waters California's four counties on teacher for Southern Bell Tele- Durrance, businessman
conciliation between the government use of armed force, to assist spilled out of the Sierra into the the northwest coast appeared to phone Co. He was a member of{ was chosen chairman for

.rope Paul VI will light the and the Buddhist lead any member or protocol state 1 1 heart of town. be hardest hit by the unrelenting -the Primitive Baptist Church I the coming year In. ballot

huge itatue of Christ atop the ers. of the Southeast Asia Collective -I Idaho's National Guardsmen storm with an estimated 4"- and a World War II veteran. I among the commissioners. The

2,3 ll-toot Corcovado hill overlooking In fact, there is reason for Defense Treaty (including were put on emergency duty by 000 persons turned out of their Survivors. include his widow,,, presiding officer changes each

Rio de Janerlo bay by believing that the military acted Viet Nam) requesting assist-1]Gov. Robert E. Smylle, and 50 homes. Rhoda; a son, Douglas C.; four year.

pushing in electronic device In to purge legal High Nation ance In defense of its freedom'" men were rushed to the beleaguered mountain rivers were daughters, Jo Ann, Peggy and No meeting of the commission -

his studio New Year's Eve, 'fI1 al Council members precisely This resolution clearly placesa l town of Bancroft in expected to crest, and the Army Mrs. Sherry F. Mattox, all of Is planned next Tuesday.
Vatican sources said today. because progress I Lorene E.
was being much higher strategic value Corps of Engineers predicted Gainesville and Mrs. Hence Durrance will occupythe c

BAD BITE made toward a political compromise on the war in Viet Nam, and }More About $35 million damage to the lumber -Sllvey of Llthonla, Ga; his par- center chair when the commission
with the Buddhists ents Mr. and Mrs. Duncan C.
It remains to be seen which objective and cattle-raising area. I convenes again Jan. 5.
-ftennle Russell, 19, of Green.F tt Accordingly, President Johnson President Johnson will Rescue workers helped dairymen Mullls of Homerville, Ga.: anda Davis becomes vice chair-

vllle, Tens., must now decide now to now pursue. If Cen. Khanh's Viet Nam herd an estimated 23,000 sister, Mrs., Marceille Beloteof
Tuesday hid react to this demand for a cows to Orlando.
'a) views p r I v .11.1 the President high ground Tuesday as
a damper put free hand by the military to would be free on his original the Eeel River inundated about Services will be at 2 p.m.
on Christmas do what it likes with the Sal Thursday In the Primitive Baptist
750 dairy farms A desperate -
commitment to conclude that
I when he was 7 gon government regardless of the Vietnamese From Page 1 call went out for volunteer milk Church, with burial in Hill- man.11I

____ bitten by a rabid the wishes of the U.S. government government was erg crest Memorial Park. ]

____1 fox Ronnie '., .t, neither legal nor competent to night demanding the Saigon An added threat tons Ronald Mihlfeld, a native of
the came as
on war
carry government be free
; must u n dergo ; In effect, he Is now confronted of military I of logs spilled into the river and Urbana, 111, had lived in
13 01( Interference. Otherwise the Gainesville six months. He
more days with two separate authorities If he follows the lines of the was
shots fur rabies In South Viet Nar the [congressional resolution, however statement seemed to hint, U.S. were swept against bridges and I a senior at Gainesville HI I Ilhl
aid to the punched great holes in rescue MIHLPSLD, MR RONALD SINS -
.u..thl. East war against the Communist School and member of the
(AP, Wlriphotd ft thi tun civilian leaders under Premier he Is bound to regard Viet boats near Loteta the coast. a Punorol Mivlcet tar M,. MOUld" ogo
Tennessee area faces art acute Viet Cong on church. Oolneivlllo School I wbe ,,'
might be cut Baptist 17 itudent High
Nam vital to
Mrs. Ruth Sulzbergtr Golden Tran Van Hong and what is as national -oIl Many towns were Isolated and Held ot a .. en Thuredey, Do-
'outbreak of rabies foxes Survivors include his r.:
among left of the High National Council Interest and to world parents comber u. ot Pint loot itChurcn
was named, rescuers were hard pressed to Apoiecrilcoii, Plo, wltnWllllom 0.4
and other animals. Tuesday as U. Gen Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Mihlfeld
on the one hand, and the peace, regardless of the actionsof Nguyep Khanh, commander reach them.More. 0'.., conducting U'. Mrvlcoilurlol '
publisher of the Chattanooga leaders Con Khanh and the of the Vietnamese of Gainesville; a brother Fred will be I In Megnelll Cemetery
military on the other. army
under the direction ot JoneeJohntonPunorol
Times and president of the colonels. armed forces, conferred at the About T. and two sisters, Stephanie T. Homo. Mr. Mlhlfeld.. who ivod
The 111gb Council was formed and Amanda C., all of Gainesville ot HI NW 3tth Avo, Colnttvl' t
Times Printing Co. the presidential palace with civilian .. .
by three months to steer the died' Mondoy -
t ago More than likely the President -Premier Tran Van ; two grandfathers, Stephen -
Huong. The
board of directors The tame from to civilian MALISr, MISS ULA SHIPMAN Me.
I country military will try to restore the High US. statement Miifield of Climax, Ga. and
came after a WaterFrom merlel lervlcoo lor Mill LIII I
board accepted the reilgnation rule and serve as a temporary Council as before, but If the defiant broadcast by Khanh John P. Kelly of Carabelle, Fla mon Hoiiey. ogo n. will I be hod; ,tan
;. .
m Tueidoy Oocembor
of Ben' Hale' Golden from legislature. The U. S. approved first official reaction here is supporting the "Young Turk" soul ., Plraf Mothodlil Church" Clw

both position !Mrs. Gold of this in the hope that any guide, this latest action by generals who on Sunday dissolved :More AboutHospital ol sOn tho Rn"."'Ic.Thomoo.. Surtil Mitchell, will conducting bo InSoynton '
It would bring about political the military leaders will Page 1 leodl Cemetery on WMnofdey.
en salt for divorce from the High National Council December U two ot I:00 p mWHIIomiThomeo .
Golden last unity and help In the war strengthen the belief here that Viet Nam's ,_.1 Homo ,II Mchorgo
provisional !
Friday. against the Communists, In leg Wastes, Including detergents, of acM .rrongomonti.MAMPORD .
.political stability in Saigon Is a !islature and
arrested 1
most of
which 22,000 Americans are and Wash- dumped In the sink hole were MR OSlO ROIIRY Punerol -
hopeless objective
3 VISIT ,Its members. Mrvlceo for M,. Hantord, ago H
- their into the well.
engaged. Ington must either" fight or ne finding way will bo Hold et 10 ..... en mum
- u4\J -Former President Harry S. President Johnson Is in The US. statement warned Wben this discovery was made From Page 1 doy Docombor 14 "... ot grovnidoMiconopy .
a particularly gotiate a compromise settle
that wltn Rev Arthur
1 continued Cemetery
: i... Truman and his wife are In difficult US. support of the well was closed and there apartments on 10th Street Just C. 0...,., ....,.. Mlcenepy MothodlilChurcn '
position now ment. ,
I the war in Viet Nam is .. ..
based Ie. Under the
New York to on have been no recurrences of conducting "
spend Christmas because he has given two quite north. Butler's units are under direction' ol Jonot J....... "....,..
with their daughter, Mrs. Clifton existence of a Saigon government strong doses of detergents since construction 16th Nome. M,. Hontord. who lived olMiconopy
reasons for his across
policy .
died ,
Daniel, and her family Turkey ShootThursday :! "free of Improper inter then he said.However Pozin
... In Viet Nam. nue. owns land Just west, ..
f erence. MULLII "' OOUOLAI<< CAP.RAN -
The Truman flew to New On the one hand, he has said I I Dr. Bryeei pointed and plans apartment houses P us.,.I lervkeo for M,. mullll, woa
York Tuesday from their home ForBoys' We must take a stand on this out, Gainesville's subterraneanwater M. L. Shaw has indicated similar will bo hold ot I 00 pm. on Thu" 'a'.
that the U. S, was there to help is catacombedwith dov, Docombor 14, 1044 et the 0.....
In Independence, Mu.i I legal government defend its one, an American official said source plans for a parcel across vlllo Primitive ..,11" Churdl" *"h
streams that criss Rev SamMy chopmon conducting theoorvlcoo
freedom. lie has stated Club privately. "Otherwise we face cross 16th Avenue from Pozln's land. lurlol will bo In ""Ie'."
STRIKERPvt. repeatedly with sinkholes and tnen flow into -| ,...
i the end of American Influence The Gainesville boardIs "' 1.1 under tho direction' olWllllem
that the be plan ,
war could the water table which feed .rnomoo Punerol Home MrMullil
here, and there is too much at on record favoring the who lived ot J17 NW Utn Tordied .,
Scott Burrhll! of Reno fought effectively only by the Jet Davy Crocketts will
I ,, stake for that." the city's pumps.Pick'Lawyer. 01 o remit" ol drowning In Ntwfieno -
Nev, left t h e Vietnamese themselves, led by try their skill In the annual for apartment house develop Leko lurvlvlng,. memberi. of
no fomlly Rhode 5. Mullil. -
Khanh in his broadcast earlier ment. Ordl Woo
SeparationCen a determined and unified gov Boys' Club Turkey Shoot Beinetvllloi mother end ,.11I.r.Mr .
: (AP Wlrepheto It tilt Sun) ter of the Army's ernment. This, he emphasized, Thursday at 1:30 pm. Boys: {Tuesday declared the military i The land was offered In .. end .Mro.Gd i Dso dovgnter,.. C., Jo Mullil.Hemervtllo AnnMulllo. .

Slri. Nora Bennett, 2S, U Ft. Out, was the reality and the legality will be scored on three shots had a right to take a hand in : three parcels of four acres Pove Mono
handcuffed and led Into Fedftil N. J., Tuesday of the situation. The U. 1 with the highest scorers la the government If disputes and each. Bidders were "_.' Mulll.: *' OiiMovlliei 0.11I., dougnlooMri. _.....

court In Cleveland, Ohio, after receiving L wis there to help the Vietnamese each age group receiving dressed differences created a climate In ,AssaultGainesville Collegiate Enterprises, )25,. ion; Dougloo Loom .II.--"I..I---C. Mullll. Golnolvllloiouter 4' o.
I hens and favorable to communism and 100 for each parcel, I75.JOO to- M... Morcetl Orlondo.ctive .
Tuesday en charges of potI a general discharge win the war not to replace fryers provided I lone. .
colonialism. tal bid. Poem poiibeorer* viu 00 5 moo
lowing! aunts rielt plates, is unsuitable _ them or win It for them. by Paul Thames. The top score attorney Richard $3,202 for the SlIMS' w. o Orltlln ",,,,'" Mul ..
Obviously referring to the west parcel '%1.102 each Cert Mulllo' Kenmy Don Molt
for Jomei.
11I1ltland money. Secret for Ar. On the other hand, at thePresldent'a of the overall meet will win alive Jones was appointed Tuesd a y the sod Ixd _.-. PttlDwrm,. will"wot
Service agents and Lake my service I c t request the Senate turkey courtesy of George United States which is pumping to defend Joseph Nathaniel Simmons other two. Walter J. Kas- et, me enure ot I." a',...

C40nty deputy sheriffs sela- Burchill, 23, r WWII and the house/ of Representatives 'Spence.. more than ft.S million a day Jr., 21, Negro, accused of aba Realty, West Palm Beach, PIOCTOR"..iuM.|_..rt'u MR... tar JOHN Air C.Proctor JR., ego- Pit-IS'
into the war he said "We 111,650 each for two Miuueq lot "III" 5Momso1w5duci4444 ,
td-mltt'e than $>0,000 In boo in the 26th day of a hunger passed a Joint resolution I Boys' Club members will be : raping an elderly white woman $11,000 for parcels, 1 Csopo.rl. wi' so 1,014 .S
gul1Mand2Ibills In rakl strike which he started make sacrifices for the country'l -two months the third. Mack c a w ...i.. W_, Diumbso. 110
a ; on which defined V. S. alms in treated to pantomlne acts, cartoons Independence and the Vietnamese sgo. Levin 2W1 SW 1st Ave. $20 1544 M sir a borne near FalneivtUe.MM. Thanksgiving Day In Mann- Viet Nam In much different t Christmas Circuit Judge J. C. Adkins Jr. ,- C"""urcft with Itder Sheldon MIcheM" el
helm carol singing people's liberty but not 121 for the center four acres 110"1_ J. ... auomon efTKomeovliie.
because ,
Germany named Jones
Beamtt's husband Rob- the terms. 'and refreshments donated as attorney and O.. conducting a'. omkoo. -
err n, fired four shotsat Army wouldn't classify him as by to carry out the policy of any 'set arraignment' at 11.M un.Jin. .. Norman Rosen trustee, Miami, i.rlol WIN b. M tnotlot Prim.rive '.,
"The United States the resolution the American Legion Auxiliary foreign 'll,000 for the west part. Mrs. ootlot Cemetery, rootlet, exerg
wounded a conscientious objector. Al country. S.Trial. 15, .
aflenti, was trying WomMey f U. dkwc
tm. under
through he had consumed stated, "regards as vital at the annual Boys' Club I New York Herald Tribune Joseph Hudson for the Gainesville "on et Joes-J0m,.,, Punorol _..
to)Kpe and II now koipliallwd. nothing Christmas I Is scheduled Feb. t.I I Mr. Procter,
Mw ow
Its Party Thursday at Garden kved ot Mil
I national interest Club
i but water since then Army and correspondent Beverly [)Hopereported I The victim b the case was Inc.. UJ01 I'll Avenue Oowelvllle died M0dSm
4 .
to world the maintenance p.m.The. for the west four *----INt _
peace that Khanh acres. York loot
spokesmen said he during an attacked
was in good In her home. She told lomod on Newnen i LOM.
TO LEAVE condition. of International peace and security party win officially close Interview accused Ul Ambassador police her assailant bound her W.Rite Mason's Committee, by ssoo.i esv 41... ,,_ _

in Southeast Asia the Boys' Club for the Christmas Maxwell D. Taylor of'hands' and feet, robbed her and W. Morgeson. E. C Kuehn I*.. Mr .... "Jan tnennon, ege"Vwid
_Dr. Roberto Arias ..
PROGRESSThe "The United States is therefore and L. R. Shipp keid et > 5.s. Soturor
and "activities beyond $12,004 for .
of prima ballerina Dame Mar- Holidays will reopen I imagination"In tried to choke her. Police said the December to. IOM. ol lCr''i'
prepared as the President -December JJ at 1 p.m. Drawings a'tempting to force restoration -I the woman's apartment was center paneLlJitulIri sue P.OU.MMuenery iepflct CburBt wll.
gel Fonleyn will leave the year-old Duke .1( determines! to take anI1etflS8I'J will be held for gifts from of the High National Council I ransacked and several Hems T....O...Oevlo Mil tenduclmg bo to Mount M eirvkeo. New-
Stoke MandervlUe Hospital[ Winder continues to make exi C-. under 0'. *re* ef Ou*
steps, Including the the Club e
Christmas: for the first time cellent In Boys' to the members. I taken. i Q J I tt; --- -e Mern i
progress recovering .
.. .. .w > ed oo Ml W irr
I .
slnca July.Arias. from an abdominal operationto *oir.Mno. dMd .--, Doc_
em -- --... ....... our. 11. I1. *. Vo or.. Hooe.ol
44-year-old former repair a ballooning artery. anon so ares 01 City. Me ... OM.oont .....
Panamanian ambassador to For the first time since the Humphrey Plans Civil Rights StudyWASHINGTON LILA JULSF.Y -ST-of ..-.....-MM It Mnuenery PoHbeererg lootnl o.4

Britain was shot four times by surgery a week ago the duke Mill Llla Shipman was. P15'.

a political opponent In Panama ate soft food Tuesday. who devoted Halsey.

last: June 3. He was flown to "He will gradually move from (AP) Sen.I scenic Opportunity and earlier! mainly with Us own staff in reviewing report to President Johnson on We as a Christian nearly half her Gainesville Sun

Britain for treatment a month soft to solid foods," Methodist Hubert H. Humphrey who will,with officials of the Department 11 existing programs. his study by Jan. L in Japan died in missionary Cei

later. Hospital said In an advisory coordinate; federal civil rights of Health Education and VA I The MAnesota senator saM be era! Hospital Alachua 1 PbSi.d. -1ro9t eoc.
efforts after be becomes vice I fare, and a number of .ul'llII-.was "ifremely pleased andIlI'a The agencies that be win Mi&I Tuesday at ti ,I Sofurd y. and Sundov fnombv -
president next month says be net officials tified that Burke afanhaD coordinate uKbide the JuatlteDepartmalt" Halaey IDe"d ? wogI tr. Goo..tlr.b--
Egg [arkctJACKSONYILU I Cinmm. I Woo"O, --.. OI 51
Pilgrimages lour s
hopes to know within It days I Shrlver's office, which seeks I I retiring assistant attorney civil rights division from Boynton year, i0 : 2"4 Plocg. Go tvin,. riortda.

JERUSALEM Israeli Sector : (lAP) The whether the Job will require lo !implement what President I II general for civil rights, III.al1'ted ; the Cvil Rights Commis- Beach and lived ..4) dntdrgrf ., Mtand claa'
a t HIT NW
woo the President's Committee 16th AVI. with her _"If .t ft. Pan Office .,
Northeast Florida creation of ; .
thousand Christian Egg Market a new supervisory Johnson baa called; a "war I to be a consultant Hunvjphrey
(AP) Four I oa of nephew, Lawrence H. :3o_/" .. Florida.CJICUUTIOM .
Equal Employment
Israel most of them prices to retailers: agency. poverty." la closely related to called Marshall "the outstanding Opportunity She Halsey
from I was born
Arabs, are crossing Into Jordanfor Extra large C...4I, mostly' Humphrey said in an Interview civil rights Humphrey said, expert In the CGWIIrJ"lID and Housing; the m. and went to to tvanston. CAIIII 01 urn MAIL IT

Jhrlstmas celebrations an U; large 40'a.43, mostly 41-43. that be to conducting 'because "tbe elimination of poverty the dell rights field. Community Relations Service In' a. the Japan In Wos. t Wddk .4S
medium "''''1. mostly J7- detailed study" ef existing win In I be Commerce Department, age ef a, to a nus- IM04.SIISAn
Israeli spokesman said today. I ; very help greatly relief- Marshall, resigned as assistant aiceiry career
and I II
small the soon-to-be which she
Jl-M. mostly JJ. federal In a effort to the I madM
programs ing social tensions that attorney general last Friday I dented tile srip 0040
Bethlehem Is In Jordan. IsraeCi -,: Poultry at farms: tryen 13: see' how !best toanddrectactios" prompt cause civil rights\ problems saying that the policy fan of I.Equal Employment Opportunity i bet' lilt, lint years II paid kt ed.eenc*.
Christmas festivities cen-i hens light $40o. to those whose Since i Commas km. | e( Au | (urodu ..0as
President Johnson at* federal civil rights efforts 11I1) I I Also surviving cze; :

ter at IS'azsreth. About 3.000' civil rights\ hart been denied.' I l Ignated him Dec. U to coordinate 'general "'Jbou1cl1lOt In my Judgment Beside eoortjjating federal 1!Mn. P. t are a niece, 5S.

Christian pH-lms from, abroad In Cornwall the tin mines began Humphrey said be met Mon-1 an administration programs I any linger. rent to tM IV 1'i agencies, Humphrey said be tIoIIand Vctatw. Cheshire -.. .. ne .anon-"
and .
soother .,. .
l .
Ire ror.c M'' f' to clues down during tilt day with Sargent Shriver.idirector h t >.e ct I il.*tj fwkt(pertinent ef .II tice." would work with state and kx tofficials. William .. ae. ..- ournan te.an -
110.I. economic slump of the 1190s. of the Office of Eco-l I Humphiey has 3eta wwkln said be H..er, Rwur.aett. 4 .. -
|| Humphrey expects to. [ ". Tex U .... ,


December 23. 1964 Gainesville Sun=_1

I Here's How to Fulfill The Twelve Days of Christmas'; Gift ''I'IBy -WHY PAY MORERound ?-

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IHVE SMITH price for an evergreenbig Five gold rings. You can layout I Seven swans a-swimmlng The musicians union will! provide Twelve lords a-leaping. Here .Li

LOS ANGELES (AP) If enough for a partridge quite I pile for these, but t Black swans are $300 a pair, these for $360 for three anda again, a problem. Lords are Barton's Best . . . j
you have more money than perch is $300. Live partidges go you aren't far along the list, to I white ones $200. It you need a halt hours. generally pretty strong on dignity.
ideas left over from Christmas for $10 a pair but you only need :settle for the five-and-dlme variety. pool, add $2,000. Ten pipers piping See I, A few act as tour guides for I CHUCK ROAST. . Ib. 45BARTON'S <

shopping and still can't find one.After Eight maids a-milking Now Eleven ladles dancing. These their English estates, and a few Store
something for someone who has getting the basic prop, have There
here you a problem. will even do a buck-wing for a
everything try gathering the pear tree, you need Six geese laying. On this can be had through the American
plete pjrops for the carol "The Two turtledoves. Authentic item, timing is very important, re few left.milkmaid for rental agencies Guild of Variety Artists couple extra quid but 12? Z'/i Miles South of Newbtrry on State Hwy. 41 ,J:
Twelve Days of Christmas" European turtledoves can be Intermittent laying an egg As eight cows prices varying according to Well, it's worth a try, OPEN 7 A.M. to 8 P.M. DAILY "
i sell for each.
here, there has ruined I those $200 or so whether prefer tap, modernor U all fails, or ran out of .
Don't rush in blindly, because,had for $25 a pair. If your neigh- an egg you \ you and ALL DAY SUNDAY .
this gift costs to the tune of five borhood bird Importer is fresh this gift more than once. __ Nine drummers drumming. classical ballet. time, buy a necktie. ...

,figures. But you could be the out, add $1,000.1,500 for the f
only one on your block to bestow cost of the trip to get them.
such a remembrance. Three French hens. See 1 lit PRE-CHRISTMAS I
Four colly birds. Historically,
Forthwith, then, the instruc- ,
tions: the term "colly bird" refers to

"On the first day of Christ the can European pick these blackbird up along,with so you the SAVINGS EVENT '

mas, my true love gave to me, a turtledoves and French hens rnn,1r
partridge in a pear tree," goes unless you want to take poetic
the first verse. license and settle for plain old

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'-III.'ri.tn WMhf, PuMMwof hence forward to treat Martin Luther King ss ,
THE SUN'S POLICY im An....., If we are
.e.) CMUIMIM taint, which Is In some respects okay with me, I do be.
to act like s saint, and
hard therein
1. Report the news fully ond1 impartially in the niwi cotumni. lieve he should try very
2. fxprni the opinion of the Sun li -t>ut only editorials. JourneyTo lies a story. But to begin with, let everyone whatever his
3. Publish" all sides of Important controvtrslal Ia_.. feelings about the techniques or the direction of the civil
rights movement, agree that a leader of that movement

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 should long since have been nominated anointed and
crowned. This has now happened. Martin Luther King (Is n

P so high Is he risen that little men cannot reach up to
'" Bethlehem"Tell depose him. He has fought his way free of those convene
: '; Gilded Gulf Hammock tional rivalries which make of so many leaders nine parts

politician, one part statesman, because they fear always for
Somehow we can't bring ourselvesto timber on the property, enough that me about. It," the their security. His triumphal tour of Europe, culminating in

share Gov. Farris Bryant's enthusiasm would return over $16 million in 20 small boy said a royal reception In New York City, marks him as the
"Well, there were camels Number One mon of his movement: and again, I say it Is
over the possible purchase by why is Robinson Land and and
years donkeys. They would good that this should have happened to one of them.
the state of approximately 19 per cent Lumber Co. selling it in the first have been able to see the

of land area that makes up LevyI place cioud mists rising over the BECAUSE THE civil rights movement has suffered from
to the hills from the distant Sea that have afflicted the labor union
County. We are referring: the same dangers movement
I 132,000-acre Gulf Hammock tract There are supposed to be huge of Galilee of. hanging thereIn In America for a generation: the great competitionfor
big piles clouds in
of eminence which tend to be
I L which Robinson Land and LumberCo. dolomite deposits on the property. blue sky." positions won either
through the gross manipulation of power, or through bigger
is selling to an Atlanta specula.. Lea in his proposal is willing to "Do they like the sea?" HERITAGE and better demagogy.

tor who in turn is trying to sell to sublease the dolomite rights from "Yes, they like It." Dr. Martin Luther King

!I the state. the state paying guaranteed royalties "WHAT ELSE GOP EXPIATION has kingly prerogatives now.

of at least $90,000 a year to the "There would have been a and it is unlikely for so longas

Governor Bryant was quoted last state. In the event no royalty is lot of noise. The camels grunt. the aura lasts, that representatives

"We've wanted this sublease would be forfeited. The donkeys There I within his own
week as saying paid the bray. The Ritual movement can successfully

land for a long time Now if we would dust The have children been a lot would of Pending defy him. Which means that

can develop a program with ,recrea- have been yelling and for the civil rights movement
tional and use the other 'Question: Would the sublessor we have at last some-
purposes about making the cam- & New York Ztmri from uniting on a candidate was justified on the grou n d one to deal with who doesn
opportunities for development the ever In fact, mine any dolomite and, els restless and the donkeys By ARTHUR KROCK against Sen. Goldwater he that the nominee repudiatedthe feel the day-to-day

1 state will have this magnificent if so, where would he find a ready Jumpy. There would have WASHINGTON The Re- would not have been nominated. principles of the party. the inflamed cacus pressuresof which

.property. market for that much dolomite and been mothers" calling to their publicans who have chosen Timely unity would have But a notable Instance when will unseat him the moment

the means to transport it to the children Dean Burch and Charles A. lost Goldwater the close victory one of the most stressed o f another man comes on the

Governor Bryant's statement came market The cross state barge canal "Calling their names?" Halleck as symbols of responsibility In the California primarythat these principles was registered scene with more galvanic
"Yes know for a crushing defeatat clinched his claim. And by a House majority under rhetoric, to Freedom
Recreational you putting urge
this latter
after the State Outdoor would be the answer to
the magnitude of his defeat In
their hands up to their mouths the polls are following a Hallcck's leadership was Sooner than Now.
Planning Committee had conditionally question but it is not scheduled for and calling: their names." precedent of great antiquity. the election which is their provided by the equal rights Having then agreed that

agreed to the purchase of the completion for another eight or 10 "I'll bet they didn't like f The earliest human recordsare element of greatest strength in legislation. This would not he Is the leader, the com

Gulf Hammock tract at an ultimatecost years. that." of societies which sought calling for a new chairman have been approved by Congress munity must gently remindDr.

of some $16 million including "No, they didn't. But aftera to expiate their common sins and a new minority leader In its enacted form, including King that with his prerogatives
by elective sacrifice of vic was in part the consequenceof two sections which
offered Conservation Director Hodges while they got started. The go certain responsibilities
carrying charges under terms
\the defection in the party
Goldwater voted 1 In
tims who were either no against and that as far as
camels with bundles tied
by the Atlanta speculator. William said that under no circumstances their backs and others with more guilty than the rest or vote that was stimulated by the Senate as (tin his judgment J the latter are concerned he

C. Lea. would he want his department to people riding them, moved on not guilty at all. the defection of moderate Republican ) unconstitutional if Hal is how should one address
in the Gulf Hammock In this latter It became leaders after their leck had nnt contributed the
participate out. And the donkeys followed category a potentate? well, In ar
Final approval of the purchase by deal unless it was surely self-liqui them. They, too, had women more convenient to sacrifice belated whelmingly counsels rejected were in a over con Influence of his leadership.THE rears, here and there.
animals because these
the state is based on the property'sability dating. He questions the wisdom of and children riding. And some vention assembled and conducted FOLLOWING
lacking the of ex-
gift speech IT IS SAFE to that
of the people walked. Camels say
to pay for itself. Some of the obligating recreational land funds and donkeys don't walk could not point out the injustice in strict conlormltylOpMy tracts from Washington dis- Dr. King, who preaches the

negotiators for the state apparentlyhave (coming in at the rate of $1.3 million fast. very of their choice. And, since law. patches to The Times in 0 c- sovereignty of morals, and

been sold on the idea that sale ] a year) to so great an extenton "What else was there?" this choice came generally to tober, 1962. and February, and the overweening necessity
of the mineral and timber rights on a single project. fall on the genus Capra, human ONCE THE scapegoat ritual 1963, confirm this: (Oct. 29) of nonviolence has hard.
was Invoked, however, Burch
victims of other humans "An between the
"WELL agreement ly been consistent It
would THE: country was might
the Gulf Hammock property foremost the traditionally
for all shared became administration and
errors they
Kennedy be fair to that if
It Is and In those even
pretty. hilly say
make the 970,000-a-month payments Also among the skeptics is Buren days the hills were covered known In subseq u e nt chosen for sacrifice. Halleck cleared the there exists a man in pub

asked by Lea over a 20-year period. Brice president of the Florida Boardof with olive trees, with fig I generations as scapegoat According he 'National to political Chairman custom, way for the vote of the lic life In America who has

And there are the skeptics including Forestry. lie said flatly (and he trees and grapevines. There was House Judiciary Committee) demonstrated a profounder

State Conservation Director Ran is in a position to know) that there was some wheat and vegetables THIS DESCRIPTIVE Is apt only by nominee.the grace of This the established presidential for the broadest civ 1 11 Ignorance of the place of
himself Levy Count Is not enough timber on the Gulf growing there, too." for Burch and Halleck. But, rights legislation ever made morality outside the United .
dolph Hodges ( a him as the symbol of "
with .
being scapegoats the law. (Feb. "At
"Olives like In bottles?" pow 8)) a States he deserves the attention
1 -"' an), who has urged a cautious approach Hammock tract to pay even the Interest "Yes. They grow on trees er of speech Instead of goats Goldwater's party leadership meeting today with Republican of any scientist who

to the "pie in the sky" prop on, say a $10 million bond like plums or apples or peaches. without it, they are able to To the proponents of (committeemen) might wish to qualify for a
!osition.?' Issue. Brice said further. "You can't They are picked and put point that out, and each his ending this leadership by removing Halleck agreed to support the Nobel Prize for identifying .
the it makesno
I just go in and hurriedly cut off the into barrels Then people bot- been doing It every day since difference symbol that Burch (compulsory equal job opportunity human being In whom a per
tle them and send them to he was marked for sacrifice can section of the bill). feet state of moral weig
"Even though this is the season timber to pay off an obligation. Hence the Republicans who no more be proved responsible he had specifically excludedlast

.Xor giving we can't see anyone Timberland has to be carefully managed this them country In the end you stores buy have fingered them lack the for the cause of the d .. October. when he. lessness Is nothing Is discovered.It less than. stag

I making a gift of, 132,000 acres of to realize the most from it." and at the delicatessen.grocery The Immunity from their public reproach feat than the goat at the an met with President Kennedy gering that Dr. King should
cient ritual
for the sins of
that was enjoyed by theoCflel.tlng .
Florida land even wilderness land olive trees are very pre t ty. agreed this have traveled all over Europe
I,I to the state. That is how Gov. Bryant Something too that Levy County The leaves are small and societies.counterparts For In the early Republic.nmoderatea human Ing populace.But priests. and watch- would resolve the doubts of taking any number of

apparently looks on the. land officials and taxpayers should be they are a silver green I s h and liberals who many" Republicans In Con- occasions In between ex

] deal-as a gift for he said ". .the considering: The county tax bill on gray." have Joined to depose Halleck It will be a more difficult gress.This legislative hortations to goodness and
history and
"What else did they do? task to depose Halleck the fraternity of black
state will have thin magnificent the Gulf Hammock property this They were going from this as House Minority Leader and be an obstacle to (the extreme white not only to recommend
as a symbol of the
Burch Chairman of the National errors of
as -
property for nothing." year was $30,770. This is tax revenue town called Nazareth to a House Republican liberals who that the white men be
the county possibly would lone town called Bethlehem. Naza- Committee as symbols the Republican Party although find Halleck too conservativeand removed from the Congo, but
of the disaster on Nov. both
party efforts be
The "for-nothing" price tag would If the state buys the land. The $30- reth was a small town then. :3 share In responsibility for It. successful The Republican may would to the moderates who to fail to criticize the historical
It Is When I therea displace him with Rep. re'1
now. was barbarities of the
come, of course after the reportedlyrich 770 may not seem to be a large few Arab If the personal ambitions of defection from Coldwater Ford of Michigan because there whose
some government ,
timber and dolomite resources amount but if Levy County' assessments camel years drivers ago had tied their some and the Inactivity of oth- stimulated by loaders of the they want "dynamic" lead- of-the week was the ran'" '

; have been sold off the property to are brought up in line with, camels to a gasoline pump. ers had not prevented them moderate and liberal groups, ership. But it could be done. s 60 year old nun and the

I ,: pay the $16 million-plus base cost "just value"'concepts the tax revenue It must have taken the Naia- cannibalizing of a half dozen
I and carrying charges. from the Gulf Hammock land rene 10 days to make the trip. people because they were
M probably would be more than tripled. At night they would camp wnite. But not a word from
along the way or stop at little Voice of the Dr. King.
But let's explore the oral cavities towns. They would build I People Last week Adlai Steven

:: of this gift horse a bit: The chief recreational value of fires and cook. They d r ove : son, the liberal's liberal

Gulf Hammock as we see it, is In sheep along with them so they cried almost openly in fru<'

.: Lea's asking price for the 132- deer and turkey hunting. The loudest would have mutton. They .On The Sun's Opinion I'a tration in the United Nationsat
000 (which Includes about 22,. proponents of the state's purchase of would cook mutton stew with gcO.ielses the Invincible opacltv '
acres cinnamon and oardamon seed. .......... the Africans who roared out
is $78.75 Gulf Hammock have been the hunt sad If 5s. .sed.rs ere wakens ,IR the V.lce .( the '...1., ..,...... ...
000 of marshland) .. **
acres When it is cooked everyone loose he M *4 n4 the wets t .. ,, per acre. This compares with $70 an ers. And their number is small in reaches Into the dish with his wt. .,....< 500. ...-. ...4 mss, >. .??., ., .?? ... .,.. I' she ....II.. rev equated e.eeel. .A lees he ..,...h..14.. n. mission of the Belgiansand
acre the state could have gotten the comparison to the number of seek. hand and takes out pieces: of .s...aed.t1&iks sseres. riehe Os .eset satkese se .t etes ie. wMevo eheesi.e. the writ.... ....,.,.. II the Americans even

land for in a cash deal with Robinson ers of other type recreation In the meat Then you roll up rice while America's most pror
in little balls and dip themIn Return Everyone today Is aware of member puts his Inent citizen of the w'
hold fora
a couple of years ago. Lea's total state. The state already own econo-
the and eat them the of
gravy complexity running a before was careening around Europe
millionaboutI nominal sum, a lease with Robinson my the value of fur-
price is about $10.4 "Mama wouldn't like that"
To SemesterEDITOR modem university. Mar. praising the brotherhood
$1 Ht million more than the cash Land and Lumber Co. on 100,. "No. I can't explain It. suit of this complexity the therlng education Itself. What of man and by his si

price of a couple, of years ago. 000 acres of Gulf Hammock for a Over there it Is all right. Sun: Today some problem Is to operate at Is more, the semester system lence tacitly! acquiescing in
Over here use a k n He is helps to guard
game management and hunting you against the the hideous racism oftie
end fork. You'll understand my colleagues Informed me high a level of efficiency as rush of the
world which Congo rebels.I .
Question Hu the property really preserve.So that the of Florlad can
some day. University possible and to avoid the addition be so harmful to education.We .
increased so much in value? "What else" is about to make plans for of any unncessary complications MEAN SOMEONE -

our suggestion would be to try the removal of the trimester wherever possible can sometimes get Lyndon Johnson, Ideally; In

Atty. General James Kynes has to perpetuate this hunting lease "WHEN THEY got to the system, or at least some as well as reducing any existing scheduling people in and out faster with his absence, the lords
that the Gulf with the new owners of Gulf Hammock town called Bethlehem there gimmicks but we spiritual of American opine
given the opinion changes In It. The problem ones wherever can't educate
possible. them .
lot of there. with
were a people glmmicks.
Hammock lease purchase proposal leave the forest primeval so apparently Is t odecide hiwhat Education should take Martin
They couldn't get into a hotel The glaring addition requires leisure Luther King seriously
sanction of the to speak to the hunters and spend put to
should have the or s tourist camp so they direction to move. the good use of enough to to him face to
already say
courts, since financing it would in.I the $10 to $16 million on recreational went to a barn. There wasa complex operation of evaluating the periods of face: Reverend )rave
As soon as I heard the you
volve a backdoor version of a bond! facilities that would benefit the lot of straw there. Those a university Is the increase In Pressure caused by normal been cast by Providence into
I wu sure that I knew the number of course work and
and blankets registrations IesUn Unpreswe
l Issues Kynes, In the name opinion most people.No people carry rugs der the a position of signal respon
with them. These rugs the best possible solution, because required by the new or untr;edprocesses present Iyltem, prey sibility. Your fame and your
said there are indications that a substantial always smell of camels. They I had been examining of lure systnn, Is
achedulin,. Vn- prestige reside In have
stand of uncut timber will we can't share the enthusiasm too constant (and your
the down the therefore
put rugs the in
I problem my own mind der the trimester and ing successfully convinced I
provide enough money to pay the of Gov. Bryant and other starry- straw and slept there. The for) a good while. Since thereIs the least quarter harmful unevahiated and them e r e the Moral Establishment

with rent asked by Lea. eyed proponents for the Gulf Hammock cave: which was used as a stable clearly a problem now and systems that number ofUrns rather than helpful). that you are s good man.

Question If there Is that much land deal. is where the baby was since this wu not so before to register a student Is three Is expected Finny with the semester We don't expect that, In return
born whose Christmas which
birthday ft seems clear that the an- system as It wu and s for the Establishment'sfavor
called Him can go sp to four on the sun-
Day. They system ls the only pie modilt'ltinn an
proven system h the length you win become
Jesus. It Is a word whose ultimate quarter system and five on of
POTOMAC FEVER known for the problems the Ir1me ter. This the Iorm",1y eight week Uncle Torn. But we do expect
meaning is that God of cortege education In Florida. complication summer seafon the universih that for so long as .t
JACK WILSON: Cowlee Washington Bureau can take us Into another and waste of time to mason -
By Somehow though the suggestion enough to do should be able to both re- agree that you win be the r*>
world when we leave this ef going back to a sway with adjust Ulanes, II Uquary for the world's interracial -
Dean Burch talked to Gov. Romney about GOP leadership problems, but got on*. past system seems to be a the trimester, and certainly and l1'aduate those necessary.students conscience you wt3!

no encouragement. Romney is the head of the Shun Burch Society. "When his Rather was able kind of betrayal!, at least which argues against with trying a system haft the wotiviatjoo to say something relevant no*
brings It
to travel again they went to of the present Everyone has aa already put hi a shorter tune as good and then about the prrxc
Four Smith College girls bid $100 for a surplus hhspoUmu That's not so Egypt before they went back beard the old saw about should exiting problem that we I euc.Uoe II can be lOCI" ton of people even if they
I ridiculous-think what a surplus aircraft carrier would have cost them. home. 1 Imagine she rode a never turning the hands ot BOW be trying to vase by 1ftJ'IM. ..nyher... So let ren't Negroes.Is .

: donkey all the way. They are the clock backward: but the Although I am sun that the 111 establish aaalft a system It a deal Reverend? IIso
;Few moderates objected when Jon G;renter quit his job as the COP'S southern easier to rid. than a camel truth Is that what Is Import semester Is tile answer, I am of pm" va ue. with till add- maybe we can go s 1 IJlle

strategy expert. They figured he was just whistling Dixie. The little baby wu wrappedup ant Is not the direction In lot unaware that there are boo,, GIlly of u-. higher mots. war together to sake s betS

weD but as He rod along which the bands are moved problems connected e t e e YaIiClla wlIQ w. as ptl'Ulti *w world If not, kindly re-
Dean Berth will) not Wave simply because Republican stale governors want hi his mother's arms He could but rather bow accurately with k. The possible need fora can I1vt to our IIIcI lorida's member that the Nobel Cm-

:him to. The Goldwater people feel you can carry this state rights staff toe see the clouds: and the kills they are set. Ones placed in re evaluation el salary mss and clauillr.rs by rerog. misuse Is sot a court of u>
and tile silver leaves of the the correct pasiton, the already scale is sot to be ignored; but aWn, 8IId Itrtssml the seed onwtioo that Is I1 rTon
far <________ olive trees dancing II the basically!\ sound works even were such aa evaluation lor aubctlllta1! Mucatas .t of these rkn\ of thii
Democrats plan a serious theme for ''c i inaugural JlAra.'U--. met1ilng appropriate <**M m the hilts of Ephra- win continue to keep geed to cause the need for rea*. aJ! kvela world which hi your senrwrt

to the opening of four yean .f barbecued chicken wings fan." tune juwneet, almost no faculty 11 you have sa rigMly duds''ne4
p u LEVY. JR. as ef ephemeral taportinre.


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Letters : 861 Food, Lodging Licenses f

',, ': 'I. I TALLAHASSEE (CAP) New Reldel! said the new accounts

".f (JC public lodging and food estah-[provide 17,713 In fees to the
... '" To SantaFOR
':!f:,,," lishments received 864 operating state.

; !:: \;' \licenses during November the Of the new licenses, 41S were

I, ?.;,.' THE YOUNG AND YOUNG AT HEART Florida Hotel and Restaurant issued to public lodging establishments -

Commission has announced and 448 to food opera-
., From Santa's Mailbox at the New
I The figure represents a de-ilions.| Once again apartment
I Post crease of 19! from the October buildings" led the field' with 282total.

Dear Santa, and please don't forget the col again this year just like las ( Commissiener Robert A. new licenses. _
I I want a police car, a polio ored children up the road. year.
station, some cars, a hosier *e I Love Connie Collins SHE REALLY WANTS A

r a with guns, army stuff, a wagon Hawthorne, Florida DOLL.Your OfferFROM
'It't Present loving Went a little table with chairs, a cowboy
hat, some boots, and a lit' Dear SantaI Brance
tie Christmas tree. My sistei want a bike and a machine .
[Cindy helped me write this letter gun and a horse that has wheels Dear SantaI
I because I'm only 4 year and an army tank and army;
have tried to be good: most
old. menI of the time. I think you know Kiser's Office Equipment
Thank Your
S old.
; .. .. I you Lee Monroe am years Eddie Davis just what I want. Plese brini
/ what you can.
,t"' 1 ."''t'- ,. ,. \ >i' .e Love Cher] 604 N. MAIN ST.
,,, ,, : '"" M. I .
"""rl' ; It I Caluse Dear Santa Claus, M
Dear Santa
\ : .. ;.,'.. .._. : ,., f t'ifI1' ; ', For Christmas I want Plccx: I
..I. '. : :f > ,.#' My name Is Marvin Kitchen Dear Santa ClauseI FOR 4 DAYS ONLY! .
'' ,' .,
/ '
; \ ; '. ,.. Junior. I have four brothers Dolly
want a sweater for two
and I have four asisters. I go Carriage! dogs Snooty and Friti my I have Dec. 21, 22, 23 and 24
Hawthorn school. And I am lithe Hammer Set
Nurses CitedFive been pretty good. Please brim
third grade My teachers Table and chairs a prl'e for my stocking and for NEW PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS (Olympia)

of 22 nurses graduated from the University of Florida's College of name is Mrs. Lytle. All th f Blocks Violett my family I am seven yearn USED PORTABLES (other brands)
:Nursing were cited for academic achievement Saturday during I ceremonies. boys wants this tiny wallet steve old. \\e will not light a fire am
Graduating with honors were (left to right, front row above) Carol Moran gune blister torn chenestryseMark ClothesA we will! leave cookies for you I from $75 to $120We
Gainesville; Sandra McAllister Orlando; and Barbara Brady Coral Gables. hotrod New pacifierI hope you bring toys to chil
Tamara Baughman (left) and Linda Aiken are in back row. Miss McAllister All the girls want this shery will leave some cookie and dren over seas and he...,. I love

was named outstanding_ :.senior! _I in the class.: (UF Photo) bcycle tanny dog terry bator Pepsi for you I you very very much. Ny ManeIs
Inrtta tricycle and Marvin gun Debbie Susan Matthews. have only 10 left and we will give FREE

I Fail to Get Hohster. *Thank you I with each a Typewriter Stand regularly sellingfor

Shed $16.80. The Perfect Xmas Present
Help Needy Dear Santa Dear Santa Claus,
I l Dock Talks 'Dear SantaIn i I want a 200 powerd telescope. I have tried to be a good girl
stead of midge bring me for Christmas. It has two powers I I have helped my mother. KISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT
thankyou, 7i and 200 Its rell keen' Please Santa Clause bring a
clothes Skipper
Arms Papal PleaVATICAN In MotionGALVESTON Iam5. and neat. I also: want a Dick shot dolly. 604.606 N. MAIN ST.
Love Lisa Tracy gun It really I' I love you,
plastic bullets I Zrnlta' Eva Martinet
CITY (AP) Pope 'We do not hesitate" he said,, Tex. (AP) I want some plastic racers,
Paul VI appears determined to "to make our own, once more,, President Johnson's peacemaker The clothes I want are s few
push a campaign to encourage the pleas of the Innumerable in the contract dispute between Dear SantaI pair of jeans. And this year' 1
nations to convert arms money poor and suffering today, tr Gulf Coast longshoremen have been a good boy and 1 I want a cap with "ear looking
into a fund to ease poverty In need of genuine and substantial and shippers tried today to get would like the following thing! things on the side. My brother THANK YOUand ,
the world. relief." both sides around the bargaining for Christmas. wants a Va-room Dump truck
He brought up the idea a second table agaIn. He said no im a kittena My Grandmother wants a dolls
He asked that the newborn '
time In his annual Christmas mediate results were expected. bubble gum banka
Christ comfort the poor with His concmachlno
Tuesday night. snow
love and"spur all who have the Assistant Secretary of Labor
The Roman Catholic pontiff and those James J. Reynolds held separate a toy train Season's Greetings( To Everyone r
first made such an appeal early power the means a bicycle and sack of army
most of all who are responsiblefor meetings Tuesday with LOOIClr'
this month while In Bombay
men- ,
the common good to unitein representatives of the Interna I L Poe itiRrIRaCT
The of India'sImpoverished old -
teeming masses I am 8 years
a constructive effort, in an tional Longshoremen's Association .Im
him Jackie Bates
moved to Love '
[effective solidarity, to bring and the West Gull Maritime : ,, WE WILL BE CLOSEDDECEMBER
urge nations to spend some of IllS SW 12 St.I ? ,
new means, speedy remediesand Industry. HEM IT IS...
their armament funds for the
relief of hunger and suffering. suitable plans to bear on Reynolds said he feels that I d ) A NCW.SCHWINN! 25 & 26 AND JANUARY 1 C ii, 1965
the Immense needs of the 4"''''
In his Christmas address, 'there Is a lot of misunder
Pope Paul said: "We would like world poor and and on their standing that can be clearedup We would like you to come I MAkE THIS CHRISTMAS Bolrd Hardware Company Home Lumber & Supply
which cannot continue to
to see a generous-minded Investigation hopes ," and thus possibly avert a Building Supply
be to! our hnu e. We will leave i I WITH Combs Lumber & Supply McCoy
of how at least In disappointed"The dock strike the length of the snack for to eat while you A NEW SCHWINN Center
part and by stages military Pope spoke of other Atlantic and Gulf coasts put our presents you under the tree PHONI FR 6-77S1 Contractors Supply Edwards Builder Supply

humanitarian expenditure could ends be" diverted to brotherhood things as obstacles- nationalism to universal, racism While union leaders have approved from' wendy Age T Colleen Age STREIT'SBICYCLE Clayton Company Denny Concrete

He said advantages would and militarism In addi a proposed new contract 4 I and Sheelah Age 1. Duke Lumber & Supply Products Co.Gainesville .

come to both the contributing lion to social Inequality. He with New York shippers, the Gainesville Hardware Concrete
countries and those in need. urged that brotherhood be given Gulf Coast ILA involving SHOP
Block Co.W.dnlldoy .
Lake Charles La Claus fir Building Supply
ports from ,to Dear Santa
Since his original suggestion, recognition 615 W. UNIV. AVI.
the has "This than Is Brownsville, Tex is at a What are you going to bring
Pope apparently today more ever .. .
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stalemate in its negotiations me' WhatdoyouwantMwanJto .vvrw.ww.eere.w+
decided the first step toward a our program, convinced as we +sr+swvrwwev.rrwwr.erne.ertr. wwy.r.rweewwv e.r .rrtrt.per.
world fund should be research are that the world needs love, Barginlng halted Saturday sand you something. Ho w. )
into how the idea can be made needs to break the bonds of selfishness Longshoremen have continued are you doing I hope you aren I
concrete. within itself, needs to work on a day.to-day basis since late to come to our house
Pope Paul devoted several'open out to a sincere, ever increasing an SO-day no..strike Injunction I think I want clothes, toys, s r
sections of his Christmas message universal brother obtained by the federal! government mouse trap game and Dew Drop riI'
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I A Time for Song and for FriendshipBy -New Giant Plane l I

BECKY QUNNU of the world,' leaving us the Offering time now, and Rev. Church (Evlnston) $10.01." Planned for AFBy

fF Student JournalistThe thought of him to prove ourselves IV. J. Taylor, pastor of John- ". Johnson Chapel Baptist
of Choir
brothers and sisters of Background Unions the light of the world .I son Chapel asks the presidentsof Church (Gainesville)

he Friendly Choir Union gath- Tie while other men hide their can- the member choirs to come 2070." ELTON a FAY staff of the Air Force, Is a strsteglc .
Friendly Choir Union Is et several la the North
red *t Johnson Chapel in one dles In the darkness and In the to the front of the church. Each The union secretary then warfare expert.
;ainesvllla Sunday afternoon Florida area which meets once monthly. Loosely or- night while other men go I holds a basket and all the people reads the minutes of the meet WASHINGTON (AP) The -The Air Force proposal for
nd $78 worth of praises toesus. gashed membership Is draws from the choirs et six to tea the ". Air Force heading Into the new
sang astray. rise to march by, dropping repeating amounts u n g"by a start on blueprinting a plane
i the Light of the World. small Negro churches! primarily of Baptist and Methodist k All but of the year with bright prospects for a
I denominations. "You know people fixing to coins In the bas e ts. The the choirs $3 so enormous as to dwarf the
They hold a choir union meethe The individual have a big time soon They'll,amount each contributes to the total amount collected Is !givento new giant planeof largest now flying has been approved
third Sunday of every: choirs practice once weekly isually en start Christmas dances directly 'individual collections is according the host church to use as It hemisphere- by McNamara and Johnson

nonth. This Sunday was the I Wednesday nights, sing at their! ewe churches every Sun- they'll start Christmas parties .' to how well he thought chooses. The $3 Is kept for onion spanning range, The sky giant would be designed
lliristmas meet for members day. They convene, en a rotating basis, at each of the 'each choir will get a new
directly. sang. expenses.The
member churches.A to carry 600 men or 250
nd choir singers from six Nero mark los- The presidents adjourn to the commanderFeb
few "But you, we are congregation and choirs tons of cargo great distances.
Baptist and Methodist Gainesville area oldtlmers remember when choirs cloak with the baskets, 1.
In' time .when somewhere, room rise for benediction and dismis
hurches In Gainesville Mica- from white churches met la unions. but like much of what somebody shirks ChristmasDay count and return with their reports sal. Emerging'rom Funds for beginning development
r popy, Evlnston and Rochelle. Is sow "vanishing Americana, the choir union meet Is found and the wonderful Christ- a meeting of the CIA will be Includedin

And like every third Sunday extinct today la Florida almost exclusively within the Negro I mas spirit. "I would like to thank the "The Lord protect you until with President the new military budget. Everything .
It t twas old.time religionfoot.- : ."The children of Jesus are members and friends of Hall we meet again." Johnson about the big plane la

ppln', hand-clappin' religion, the light of the world and we Chapel 1 Methodist Church (Rochelle "Ahmen, Ah-men, Ahmen." In Texas tues- on a grand scale Just to decideon

"Yes, Lawd," and "Ahmen"I Rhythm gently n u d ling, Gonna make me shine i 10 must be his people. He has no ) for the amount of Outside, the meet becomes a day, Secretary McConnellof the exact design, then design t
eliglon: shoulder against shoulder. bright. hands but our hands. He has 114.22." 1 social affair. The ladies of the Defend Robert S, McNa It, test It and build some experi-

Black faces above white colors Low moaning hymns, high, Shine all 'round us. no mouth but our mouth He has ". Third Bethel Baptist'congregation have baked cakes, mara announced: mental models will cost about

and long black choir robes, wailing hymns. Like in that Heaven above. no feet but our feet. And so Church (Rochelle) $9.05." the host church has provided. -Gen. John P. McConnell 58, |730 million; to build 88 such

inging, marching around the Rhythm, building intensifying: Jesus the Light of the where we carry him there he to. Mt. Olive Methodist" t soft drinks. will become the new chief or planes in a production program
hurch, singing. will be. If Jesus Is in the Church (Evinston $10.
and then World." which would constitute three
through. home.
everybody goes staff of the Air Force when Gen
with toddler ". Second Bethel
Mothers sleeping out the room, rocking, the pews, The singing over, visitors In- church we must bring him in."Let's Baptist squadrons would coat about
The Choir Union i Curtis E. LeMay retires Feb. 1.
laps, gently I n him into ChrIst- Church (Mlcanopy) $10 30
their tapp
n g the floor, the spirit. vited back the Rev. Daniels of bring $1 billion In addition to the development.
m to the rhythm. Rocking, revival, got-the-splr-Gainesville moved to offer re- ". Mt. Eller Baptist I ,Christmas meet has met. McConnell, now vice chief of .

T it hymns. marks.
McNamara talking to newsmen
No FLItTrOllble Children, busy with paste- "We've had a wonderful program mas"Survey at Johnson City Tex.,
board funeral home fans, now here today .. and we Finds Alachua Co. seemed confident that the first

brighteyed, attentive, mesmerized lung some wonderful songs of experimental model would be .
by the music. Christmas. And everybody here'
flying In the fiscal year be- :
"Hark the Herald Angels sung about Jesus. ginning July 1, 1968. A contract :
Sing, Jesus, the Light of the "Listen to that one particular 10 begin actual developmentcould t

World. song, Jesus, the Light of Gains 9 Per DayBy come In the next six or
Is Seen Gonna walk In that beautiful the World. He said when he People seven months ,0
light. was here 'As long as I am In

Gonna talk in that. beautiful the World, I am the Light of the The concept for the (::5I.Is an
WASHINGTON (AP) Th light. World.' But before he left he NORM: LaCOB dlcalcs Alachua's boom I n g cent from the census count of Most of the 18 counties with extremely long-range, large--

Public Health Service predictshe Gonna wear that beautiful changed that around little bit. Sun Staff Writer growth rate may be slowing 4,951,000.In I faster growth than Alaihua'sare cargo/ aircraft to provide true
nation will escape any biglu light. He said 'Now, you are the lightTwo down slightly. percentage of growth the In South Florida or on the. global; air mobility .. a craft I
Alachua County with nearly 17th the east coast. Leon County, comparable
outbreak this winter. I Population last July 1 was estimated county ranked among that will fly nonstop for more ,
: 90,000 residents, has grown at at (7,800 persons up stat,', (7 counties. In abe to Alaihua than 6,000 miles and be able to

There have been only a few the rate of nine new persons I 18.S per cent from the 1960 census Largest population Increases, showed an 11 2 per cent growth unload 600 nun or 250 tons of

,cal concentrations of Asian or .f' each day In the past four figure (taken In April) of percentage wise, were In Bre- In population. argo: at destinations approaching -

I (her types of influenza so far years, the Bureau of Economicand 74100, The population Is up 3- vard County, center of the Statewide the population 1 this range, depending on

llus year. There probably would. .f Business Research, University 200 persons from the July I, !state's missile industry and growth rate appears still to be oad-fuel factors.

lave been many more If a mar '; of Florida reported 1963 figure of 14,600. Charlotte County, which attracts gaining[ momentum. On a
epidemic, were imminent,' .. today.In many retired couples. Both topped monthly average, the growth The Air Force says It would

(he service noted. -:,:.. Its provisional populatIon I 'Florida's population Is estimated 50 per cent Increase in rate for Florida li an estimated h. subsonic In speed probably

The agency again recom I .' j estimates, the UP study also in- at 5.703,000, up 13 2_ per_population) In..SO_months. 20 per cent from April 19GO about IUO miles an hour.
bended vaccinations, especIally] to July 1, 1963. From July 1,
McNamara took to
|nr those In "high-risk" groups 1961 to the same dale In 1964, pains
pregnant women the elderly at .21 cent Isaisoclate the CU project
Members Review per I
Cabinet from the for
Ind those with heart trouble oIther nonmilitary project
In Alachua County, the growthrate '
chronic diseases.In development a supersonic
averages .31 per month for commercial The CSA
to questions.calth transport
response the JJ months from the
service officials said alIgns would lift far more people overlong
With President
Budgets 10 July 1, 1963. The rile than
Indicate no widespread distances at far less cost
/alls back to about .32 cent
Wdemlc will hit the country, month Increase han a supersonic aircraft and I

i though there Is always the JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) continuing to Increase our mill'I of upwards of 550 miles an hour for per the subsequent population 12 months would take oft! and land on i .

lissibility of localized out -Two more Cabinet member }any strength," McNamara I,with SIlO to 700 troops. This means and remember much shorter runways, its spore | t.

reaks. and the director of the foreign tald.He I He said It would cost 1730 million the estimates are subject revision -ors believe. *
The present situation, they = Yt aid program discuss their budgets said spending next year'' to develop the plane He that the county's

aid, bears out forecasts made today with President John- might be In the area of PlO million .'I(estimated the cost of building GI boomlnilirowth rate appears to Sewage I'llllllWASHINGTON

1 It summer by an advisory below this )'ear'. estimated of thl'm.t more than tl billion. be settling down.Population .
Wmittee to the surgeon genes son.The $491 billion. McNjmara said his Interest I In
r list of visitors to the LBJ I changes In other (AP) The
MeNamara! said the next the plane I Is entirely for military
Ranch includes Secretary or
Sun counties 'Bradford has
area Public Health .Service given
Jin general, those forecasts Orville L. Freeman, budget would Include $m mil! purpose., but that It will also
Agriculture up 4 per cent. Clay minus IM,3AO to Dnnla, Fla, for construction -
lore that the 1964-65 winter seam lion to start development 'of a have potential commercial use
General John A.
Postmaster 1 I Dixie GIkhr 1st
I. ,7. of treatment
up up a sewage
1 shapes up as a compara- big for both and
military transport plane passenger carlo
Gronouskl and AID chief David
03 Levy 111 Marlon side Sen. A.
on flue for two Ts up up plant, an to George
eight year It could at
leasers. ,.''''' I.. Bell. .span. oceans _speeds purpose,_.._--- -. 171, Putnam up .1 per cent, and smothers, .P'I.., said Tuts f

11. As regards Asian, or type2 : Press secretary George E. Union up 11.per...cent. days *
flu the newest and most ; Reedy said they will be the las Cuban Leader Predicts(
,of the government officials coming SUGAR SUPPLIES
lared type In recent years : : : ;.C'-. to the ranch this week In ENE R G YlC
tie nation suffered widespread
'i"'l'f'.t connection with Johnson's efforts .
inbreaks In 1962-1963; and the ,1GI' to trim spending requests Government in Exile ,.
Coast and parts of south-
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J hit hard by i+ of departments and agencies. ,
m Minnesota were last winter. The ,; ; With Budget Director Kermit MIAMI (AP) Former Cuban has six months to serve since

le same virus his side Johnson hittin President Carlos Prk So- he was kicked out, without re-
Gordon at ,
averhcs -
Ixpwts the betting
are feel against another major \ 1\t : -.i" .......... gas the court of last resorton carras, back from Washington signing. In a 1952 coup by Fulgent .
) from Oordon'ispending diplomatic conferences says he -to Batista.
utbreak after those. I appeals
so --.V : .
2. As for Influenza "type-B" r,, r, recommendations. expects a Latin American country Another theory points to Manuel -
another major form wide- Only Secretary of the Treaf- to convoke a meeting of an Urrulta, fired as presidentIn

r pread epidemics are relativelyare ... :j ,; l ury Douglas Dillon a visitor tl-Caslro Cubans to form s government 1960 by Fidel Castro, as the

anyway. The United States ",,' ,1 Tuesday has said he wasn't In exile. He did not say I logical choir.

has hit by a tough one as re- appealing anything He said Mi which country.
another that under
department had worked out Its "The majority of Latin American Still says
hntly 196162. ,
I as Medical Ass I budget satisfactorily with (the republics lean toward sucha the last Cuban Constitution the
I lation this advice regardIng ) Budget Bureau. I government" said the 61: supreme court justice with long ,
flu Secretary of Defense RobertS year-old' president, living In,est service would serve as president -
McNamara, another ef Tues exile for the fourth time In case of a vacancy An

day's callers announced that Previous attempts to form a attempt to make Julio Carcersn

Architect Johnson had approved funds In government In divided exllrdom.'rlo head of an cub government on'
the budget for the fiscal year Socarrai continued In an this basis failed in 19U.

Qualifications for One starting July 1 to beg to work on interview, have failed because Some activist groups contend Last Minnie Gifts

the; world's largest! plan. personalities were Involved The
In breaks out In
Dispute that one warfare
would toned
When Steve Robinson decided on a floating Christmas The air leviathan I way to do It, he said \Li to Mka Cuba In arms Is FOR THE
a government
. The Florida State Board of tree this year he got two for the price of one. to transport trouble both men In constitutional and I 1"11.1f'JfT. \ the solution. FISHERMAN and CAMPER
Archltecture has asked a court Sieve got I hi* reflection effect by launching his tree equipment to any spot 'I'mula to determine who should

Injunction against Kyle Waites on a pond near his home at 2036 I ; MV 9th Ate. (Sun Ih* world also announced: head a government" The Cuban Representation In leevtlfvl' fI..lah-

Jr. for allegedly parcticing Photo, by Tommy Lewis) McNamara Several formulas' have been Exile RECE, claims that sine
approved his reemmendatlon 'I G t .4 ,
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architecture without being qual-! > that Gen John,,advanced In the exile colony, It was approved by exile referendum

lied. for How Foreign Credit Curd I Paul McConnelL M be appoint- One holds that Prln Socrates, It Is the logical coordinating !- DIXIE HAND 8 8e

Waites Is an estimator I'rellti HitJACKSONVILLE ed to succeed Gen. Curtis E. Leo!elected president In 19U sUII body.
|Guy E. Cleveland construction Students Can ic I May\ as chief of staff of the Air CANE POLES

company. fla. CAP) I 1
_ Selig Coldin attorney for the He Invited The U.S. Circuit Court of "po! Force.LeMar will wind up 35 years TREE LITE SALE IZ .. l < ft. lewd. Year Ch.le. ;\

state board, alleged In Circuit I peals has taken a swipe at the!of military service oa Feb. 1. Faucet Bros. No. 417 .
sort Waites planned three Monday's Gainesville Sun credit card. I!McConnell takes ever the same h' t.SPINNING

[Gainesville buildings In recent carried a story about foreign I The court at New Orleans said lay. 2.99 VALUE REEL )
months which should have been 'students at the University of credit cards have value only to I McConneD. a 1932 West Point ) '

'signed by architects. Miller- who have no InvitationsInto the company, as a device for graduate. currently .Is vice chief .ad -
rown Motors Inc. the Phillip" Florida homes for the holidays.The making Invoices, and cannot be I,of the air staff. SET OF 15 Uilon No. 1081SPINNING 99

aiding and an educational call about Inciting 'clawed as a security. i Th. Pentagon budget tot
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Gaineivilla Sun Wednesday, December. 23, 146RobertsSignor _4,

1 DID in f EH "nO I'' To'Battle Feature of the Youth Bands'ClubGainesville I .

I ; Youth Club, spon- chaperoned by parents of the
; sored by the city Recreation Department members and the departmentstaff.

THE fumiiy f will have a "Battle of Any parents who wish to / A e"
j the Bands," tonight when three. chaperone this dance or future
.i 4t bands have been hired to play Youth Club dances are asked to fafromFlorida
I continually from 8 to 11 pm. call the Recreation Department .
Ruth Wiimer, Women's Editor
The doors will open it 7:301:

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..Je;,j..1' plans are being announced Matthew DePass Cannon and and membership cards are Pages will be WEDNESDAY, Odi's PharmacySTILL
today for the marriageof William Wall Bennett will be the required. December 23 at 5 p.m. The
...! Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound acolytes.Mr. Each band will play for one Women's Department will be TIME TO REGISTER FOR FREE GIFT:

and Alvin Vaughn Alsobrook, Alsobrook will have Lt. hour. closed all day on Christmas (Drawing Tomorrow, 6 P.M.)

I which will be solemnized, at 8p.m. Joseph McCarty Lang Jr. aa The Youth! Club dances are Day. ....-.......-............--
., Tuesday, December 29, best man. Ushers will be William
in the Holy Trinity Episcopal Eugene Alsobrook Jr. w4 TOUI CMNCI 10 WIN
Church. Jacksonville, nephew of the I
X1a .
elect Gordon j ? *
The Rev. Earl C. Page, rector bridegroom ; r
assisted by the Rev. John Howard Blitch, Secane, P a., t
Gary V'Jler, will perform the James Frederick Lang, Frederick ir' 1 ]
ceremony. Kerry Michael Kelly Bruce Neal, David U.
of Albany, Ga., will be the solo- Strawn, Indiatlantic; Stephen VeIH 1
tat, and Mrs. E. Ruffin Jones I Pettus White III and John I ,rdy fiitatralj

will be the organist.The Richardson White, Hopklnsville,
4 bride elect, daughter of Ky., cousins of the bride-elect. : SLieUle.LleIHO.
Mr.. and Mrs. Cicero Addison I A reception will be given by e1 : KHln
Pound Jr., will be given In the bride's parents at the

marriage by her father. Parentsof Gainesville Golf and Country (k//r 4y .
the future bridegroom are Club Immediately following the
Mr and Mrs. Irving Coleman ceremony.The ?
Alsobrook Sr of Jacksonville.Mrs. l NOTHING TO BUY I
rehearsal will be at 5:45:
William Melville SlemonsIII ice ,
Monday In the church. Mr.
of New Orleans, cousin of p.m. Nome ehen.I __
and Mrs. Cicero Addison Pound
Mr. and Mrs. Char lee Vincent Roberts 'he bride elect, will be the
matron of honor.Bridesmaids Sr., grandparents of the bride- Address_City_Stot._
During a candlelight ceremony She has been employed as a elect will entertain afterwardsat I
will be Ml i s
December It, the mar!stenographer at the library of a dinner for the wedding 1
Ashton Barfleld, Jackson
riage of Miss Mary Lynn Signor the University of Florida. Mary ville Miss Constance Bowen, party, relatives and out o f ..cart
and Charles Vincent Rob- The bridegroom Is a graduateof Miami; ; Miss Helen Louise Gra- town guests at their home.
erts took place at the First Ocala High School. II eattended her
ham, Miss Janice Elizabeth Jordan Miss Pound will honor rii
Methodist Church. l Ocala Junior Collegeand Fort Pierce; Miss Alice attendants with a luncheon Monday
The double ring ceremony is currently serving in the 12:30 at the Gaines-
LouL'Q Meyer, Alexandria, Va., p.m.
was performed by Rev. ThomasG. the U. S. Navy aboard the USS +
ville Golf and Country Club. ak
Mitchell, pastor. Mel Lalte 3oxcr Miss Carol Anne Richardson, SPECIAL
was the soloist. Westfield, N. J., cousin of the Mr and Mrs. W. A. Shands
For the bride
going away bride, and Miss Anne Prior Wet-
The bride la the daughter of TABLECHRISTMAS
chose a suit of Black Watch and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell will
John E. zell, Cleveland, Ohio.
Mr and Mrs. Signor
plaid with white access o r Ian entertain the out of town F
Linda Anne Duncan,
formerly of Hudson Falls, N.Y.,
and the bridegroom Is the son I and white orchid corsage. After daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry guests for the wedding and the WRAPPINGS
a brief wedding the
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Heri couple will make their trip home in C. Duncan, and cousin of the wedding party at a luncheon CARDS, RIBBONS,
ichel V. Roberts of Ocala. bride-elect, will be the flower' Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Dell
The church was decorated Norfolk, Va, where the bride- girl. home.Bridesmaids. 1b BOWS, SEALSDRASTICALLY ,
la stationed.
groom now '
I with arrangements of white REDUCED
gladioli and: chrysanthemums [
I with three-branch candelabra Fete
r on either side of the altar. BridalTea t
\ Escorted by her father, the
bride wore a gown of white
,, bridal satin. Her Spanish Chan- Miss Kay Nelson }
tiny lace mantilla with veil, fell
from a high comb studded with I 1 t tj :
seed pearls. Her only Jewelry Miss Kay Nelson, bride-elect piece was a large white frosted -
was a single strand! of pearls. GivenA of Ronald Wiggins, was feted candle, made by Mrs. -
''She carried an orchid on a with a shower by three of Crlenke, encircled with holly .,;
white Bible. her bridesmaids, Miss RuthKrlenke and red and white camellias. t

Attendants Wear Blue pre Miss nuptial Julie Cheves tea complimented fiancee and Miss Miss Frances Madelene Euanks -I Guests invited Include: Miss tie him i in holiday knots Angelique 9 Cologne Duo a

Her attendants were Miss l of William N. Babcock, > Cheryl Beach, Miss AndrIa I-I
Lynn Stlmson, maid of honor, Saturday afternoon when Mrs. Garrett the Krienke, Monday home.evening Bliziotes, Miss Lou Ann Buch- SILK NECKWEAR I -.........- 1.75
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and Kathy Coles, flower Miss Kathryn Brooke and mother, Mrs. 0. M. Nelson, Sandfy Comlns, Miss Lynn Cop. styled to his taste ZIPPO
girl. They wore gowns in vary Miss Judy Spurlock entertainedat of pins, Miss Gail Duncan, Miss New Slim $4.95
ing shades of blue with match the Brooke home. were presented corsages Linda English, Miss Cella Ford, Zippo I
Ing headdresses and carried Receiving guests with the camellias.The Miss Betty Jane Greene, Miss Surprise him with fine ties he would r' Regular Zippo $3.50
Krienke home was dec- .
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The flower girl carried a bliss Talka Lupkiewiez, Miss I foulards under.
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silver basket filled with pink appointments Suzanne Martin i Miss Jane I SHEAFFER '
carnation petals. es.Mr.. T. H. McRorla Jr. by red and white. Palmer, Miss Marsha Perry, .1 1 knots In distinctive, harmonizing
greeted guests. i Shower gifts were placed under colors. A compliment to Cartridge Pen &
Herschel V Roberts served a Miss Prescilla Porter, Miss 1 1' your
best man for his brother, andI Christmas appointments decorated ,bridesmaids the Christmas present tree.d The the Katrlna Ramey, Miss Rita ii good taste, a joy to wear. Gift i iJ.t1 Pencil Set 3.95 .I
Kenneth Roberts, cousin of the the Brooke home.The Rhea, Miss Lynn San d dur, wrapped, of course. A'
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,Roberts, a nephew of the by Sue Webb, Miss Vlckl I Wells, plus tax.
holding graduated white tapers. covered with red net ever a
bridegroom, and Lee Roberts, liss Lois Wheeler and Mrs. sieanq ,
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News of Special InterestTo VickeryBrittonMr. Merry Dance Steppers Tonight .

and Mrs. Frederick
Mell Vickery Jr. announcethe Square Dance
the Colored Community engagement of their Club will be entertained with all
daughter liras Ann Elizabeth open house tonight by Mr. and

News Items for this page should be directed to Ben F. Child: Colored News Vlckery. to Thomas Mrs. Marion Forsman.The .
editor, by mail at 526 NW 8th St. or by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not send Feagen Britton, son of Mrs. Forsmans will entert a I n
Manine Merrell of Dozier
the at their home, 4T
items group
directly to the Sun office.wrwtHMiifv! .
Pv..rd a..v.aaal.. will< N.I.N M fHt IConfer Ala., and Thomas J. Britton Newberry Road, after the dub t4
'1II. Jr., of Lakewood, Fla. dance at < p.m. In the CIty
Miss VIckery was graduated Recreation Center.
from Walton High School,
DeFuniak Springs, Fla., and I HOLIDAYDEADLINES from
attended Florida State Uni a

vw'$ity. She is currently ,
working In the Graduate Florida Pharmacy
for news or pictures
School of the University of P .
: for the Thursday,
Florida. ,
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and Sunday
Mr Britton was graduatedfrom
McCallie Military Acad- Pages will be WEDNESDAY Odi's PharmacySTILL
December 23 at S p.m. The
Chattanooga TeD n.,
Women's Department will be TIME TO REGISTER FOR FREE GIFT
and is now a senior at the
1e Wrt Miss Ann Elizabeth closed all day on Christmas
I uR University of Florida. (Drawing Tomorrow, 6 P.M.)

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and her fiance, William Sam- l music I

With Manpower Aide uel Ivey, Highland Mich., Mr. I ., I1ICINO I
and Mrs. Frank N. Ardcrsonwill HIM :
William E. Harris, left, field director, Office! of Manpower, Automation and entertain with an open ..Nd Vau. I Ii
Training, U. S. Department of Labor, Atlanta, Ga., discussed Training and house and coffee tonight at I
S Manpower Development" during a recent Occupational Conference at Florida their home, 1105 NW Tenth i t'ro ,
A&M University. Edwin F. Norwood, center, director of university field ser Avenue, following the rehear- y
vices and Dr. Thomas A. Jackson, associate professor of industrial education sal at < p.m. i NOTHING TO BUY'

at Florida .A& I, and Mr. Harris look over a copy of the conference program
which was geared to "the responsibility of our schools and community agencies The Anderson-Ivey nuptials I Nam Phen. -
will be solemnized
In the guidance and training of"youth and adults for emerging job opportunities 11 a.m. In St. Patrick's Wednesdayat Catholic Addr.u. ---"-City_Stale. ..,
in government and industry.
Church. A reception at the .
IJ CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTSNew list Church will have its Christ- For an evening of fine entertainment Alpha Delta PI sorority house
Salem Baptist Sunday mas program on Thursday at a plan now to be pre will follow. I
School, 19( a.m.; morning worship p.m. at the church. enl
After the reception, close I ,
11:30 a.m.; and afternoon Following the program, there PERSONALSMrs.
friends and relatives here for
worship, 3 p.m. The sermonsat will be watch night meeting.The Mary H. Smith ol f
the will be entertained
both morning and evening; public is Invited. Rev. H. Thomasville, Ga., is vis I tin 1 (. wedding 1
with buffet luncheon the
worships will be delivered by insey: pastor; Miss Barbara friends here for several days. a by SPECIAL
Andersons at their home.
the pastor or his appointee. Watson, reporter, Mr and Mrs. James A. Bennett ,
Rev. C. J. Johnson, pastor; Mrs.I of Atlanta Ga., are visitIng For the open house tonight,
P. L. Scott,reporter. NEWBERRY NEWSCoavalesdng their daughter, Mrs. Haiti a red and green color scheme i TABLEt
Church of God In Christ -I Sims, here for two weeks. and seasonal Christmas appointments 1
Church School, 10( a.m.; mornIng Mrs. I. M. Thompson, who Is Miss Mary Baker and MI s i will be used si dec CHRISTMAS WRAPPINGS
t worship, 12 noon; Young ill In the Medical Center, was Sarah Hall, both of Miami, were orations. .I'I
t People's Willing Workers' meetIng reported as somewhat improved. flown here yesterday to spend CARDS, RIBBONS,

7 p.m.; and evening worship I the Christmas holidays with BOWS, SEALSDRASTICALLY
r a p.m. Bishop H. Will- Mrs. Thompson's friends hope friends. Bridge r
I lams, pastor. that she will soon be well again. William Young of Tampa, REDUCED
East Side Church of God In Robert Williams, reporter.TO passed through Gainesville yes- I TODAY & TOMORROW
Christ Sunday School, 10 terday en route Jacksonville.Miss \
I a.m.; morning worship, 11:30 SPONSOR PROGRAMThe Ann Williams of St. Petersburg ClubBy
a.m.{ Young People's Willing Juvenile Lodge No. 134will passed through
Workers' Meeting, 6:30: p.m. an sponsor a Christmas program Gainesville yesterday en routeto
evening worship, 5:30: p.m. Rev. at the Oak Grove Baptist Jacksonville to spend the RALPH H. BLODGETT t .
J. C. Williams, pastor; Mrs. V. Church with Rev. S. J. Simpson Christmas holidays with friends
t Williams, reporter. pastor on Dec. 23 at 8 p.m. and relatives. Monthly master: point game :
of the University City Bridge
Alachua New Hope Baptist
Club was held Wednesday I
1 Sunday School, 10( a.m.; I .._ '
-.- ning at the University Faculty -
L, morning worship, 11 am.; and 1
I Club, with 74 tables In

afternoon. A. Tlllman worship, pastor p.m.Mrs.Rev.L. L.. 'Home. Agent's. score attendance.was 72 The for NorthSouthand av e r age 'if tie him In holiday knots Angclfquo 9 Cologne Duo

D. Williams,reporter. (3 for East West
Friendship Baptist Sunday Notebook 't. SILK NECKWEAR 1.75
School, 0:30( a.m.; morning worship Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Frazier '" "H" I
11 a.m.; and evening worship took first place In the North- i' ZIPPO e T
I I I 7 p.m. Rev. D. E. White, By CLARICE E. ROBINSON .; i South direction with a score I styled to his taste
: pastor. Agriculture Extension Service '. of 83H match points. HarryC. New Slim Zippo M.95 i

I i I i Boardman and the writer Surprise him with fine ties he would Regular Zippo 3.50
TO APPEAR I were second with II, and Mrs. .
SINGERS The Crown Jubilee Singers I yr HENDERSON cookie. Bake at 320: degrees F. Smith Kirkpatrick and Mrs. I II ". choose. Superbly woven silks .. _, ,

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Home agent's note book Date and Apricot Bars knots in distinctive harmonizing e
Baptist ,
at the Friendship
Stdg 2 cups sifted flours Mrs. Virginia Windsor and
( Church on Sunday. Dec. 27, at Here are recipes that can bps salt Robert W. Jones ran off with .1 colors. A compliment to your : Cartridge Pen &
II 7p.m. Invited be used during the gala holiday 1 tsp. soda the master point In the East- good taste, a joy to wear. Gift Pencil Set 3.95 f

i Everyone Is cordially i: 2 cups quick-cooking oats West direction with a score wrapped, of course. l '
I to attend. Christmas Lebknchen tt cup shortening of M match points. Second $250 MAX FACTOR Don't fret over wrapping
I 5 to I cups flour:.(enough Hi cups brown sugar went to Mrs.Harry R. Warfel l' fancy ribbon etc: Max Factor gifts ore already f. i
I HOMECOMING: DAY SET I fur stiff dough) 1 tsp. vanilla and Mrs. Joe Moss with late, elegantly' wrapped. $2.00 to $3.50
, The first Sunday in Jan. 1965.I 2 tsps, salt 7tt ox. package pitted dates and third to Mrs. M. Herget plus tax. I
I will be celebrated as Homecoming 2'/' tape baking soda 1% cups drained, cooked and S. L Williams with .... : SiIw JIlan ; ,
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The club will meet again on
Church. 2 bps cinnamon 2 tbsp. liquid drained from .'
Everyone Is Invited to attend 1 OK orange peel, cut fine Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., at I MICA SELTZER 44c
C all of the services. Deacon Livingston 1'/. cups chopped nut meat prints. the University Faculty Club 225 W Univ. Ave. :. 2S', ..,. s,.
Sift flour, salt and soda together on Newberry Road. Ail Interested I "
and Alvin Butler molasses
Bray 2 cups 1 1st Federal Lot 74c
C chairman and co chair 11/3 cups brown sugar ; mix with oats. Combine bridge players are Invited .\ Free Parking on L i''i/le foil ..,. 9i<
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- maC Vi cup shortening with creamed shorten ing
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- Friends of Mrs. Rosa Lee Ar- baking soda, and apices together.
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Wednesday. December 23, 1964 Gainesville/ Sun 9

m A Time for Song and for FriendshipBy New Giant Plane

BECKY QUINN of the world,' leaving us the Offering time now, and Rev. Church (Evanston) 1001." Planned for AF

UofF Student Journalist Background of Choir Unions thought of him to prove our W. J. Taylor, pastor of John- ". Johnson Chapel Bap
The brothers and sisters of selves the light of the world son Chapel asks the presidentsof tist Church (Gainesville)
the Choir Union gathered ELTON C. FAY staff of the Air Force, la a strategic .
Friendly The Friendly Choir Union Is one of several In the North while other men hide their can- the membet choirs to cometo 2070. By
at Johnson Chapel In Central Florida which dles In the darkness and In the the front of the church. Each The union secretary then I warfare expert.
area meets once monthly. Loosely organized WASHINGTON (AP) The
Gainesville Sunday afternoon night, while other men go holds a basket and all the people -,reads the minutes of the meet, -The Air Force proposal fora
membership Is drawn from the choirs of six to tea into the
and $76 worth of praises 'to rise march the ". Air Force, heading new start blueprinting plane
sang small Negro churches, primarily of Baptist and Methodist astray. to by, dropping repeating amounts u n I"by on a
Jesus the Light of the World. denominations "You know, people fixing to coins In the b II Ite Is. The, the choirs. All but $3 of the year with bright prospects for a so enormous as to dwarf the

They hold a choir union meet The Individual choirs practice once weekly usually on have a big time soon. They'll amount each contributes to the total amount collected is given new giant plane I largest now flying has been approved -
the third Sunday of every start Christmas dances directly Individual collections Is accord- to the host church So use as it of hemisphere- by McNamara and John-
Wednesday nights, sing at their own churches Sun
month. This Sunday was the day. They convene, on a rotating basis, at each every of the they'll start Christmas par Ing to how well he thought chooses. The $3 Is kept for un- spanning range son. The sky giant would be de-
Christmas meet for membersand member churches. ties directly! each choir sang. Ion expenses. will get a new signed to carry 600 men or 250

choir singers from six Negro A few Gainesville area oldllmers remember when choirs I "But mark you, we are los- The presidents adjourn to the The congregation and choirs commanderFeb. tons of cargo great distances.
Baptist and Methodist In' time .when somewhere, cloak room with the baskets, 1.
from white rise for benediction and dismissal
churches met In unions, but like much of what .
churches in Gainesville, Mica- Is somebody shirks Christmas count and return with their re Emergingfrom Funds for beginning development
now "vanishing Americana, the choir anion meet Is found
meet- of the 05 I will be Includedin
nopy, Evanston and Rochelle. Day and the wonderful Christ- ports. a
And like every third Sunday I extinct culture.today In Florida almost exclusively within the Negro mas spirit I "I would like to thank the "The Lord protect you until ing with PresIdent the new military budget. Everything

It was old-time religionfoot- "The children of Jesus are' members and friends of Hall we meet again." Johnsonin about the big plane is

(, tap pin', liand-dappln' religion, i the light of the world, and we Chapel Methodist Church (Rochelle "Ab-men, All-men, Ah-men." Texas Tuesday on a grand scale. Just to decide t

"Yes, Lawd," and "Ahmen Rhythm, gently n u d g ln(t Gonna make me shine so must be his people. He has no ) for the amount of Outside, the meet becomes a Secretary McConnell on the exact design then designit
religion: shoulder against shoulder. bright. hands but our hands. He has 1422." social affair. The ladles 'of the of Defense Robert S. McNa- test it and build some experi-

Black faces above white.col- Low moaning hymns, high, Shine all 'round us. no mouth but our mouth. He has ". Third Bethel Baptist congregation have baked cakes,: mara announced: mental models will cost about
lars and long black choir robes,, wailing hymns. Like In that Heaven above. no feet but our feet. And so Church (Rochelle) $9.05." the host church has provided -Gen. John P. McConnell 56,' $750 million; to build 58 such
singing, marching around t b e! Rhythm, building, Intensifylnj I Jesus, the Light of the where we carry him, there he ", Mt. Olive Methodist I soft drinks. chief of planes In a production program
church, singing. and then reverberating throughout ,, World." will be. If Jesus is in the Church (Evinston) $10." will become the new which would constitute three
Mothers with sleeping toddlerIn church we must bring him In. ". Second Bethel Baptist Then, everybody goes home. staff of the Air Force when Gen
the room, rocking, the pews,, The singing over, visitors In- squadrons would cost about
their laps, gently tappingtoe I the floor, the spirit. vited back, the Rev. Daniels of "Let's bring him Into Christ- Church (Micanopy) $10,30." The Friendly Choir Union Curtis E. LeMay retires Feb. 1. $1 billion, in addition to the development
to the rhythm. Rocking, revival, got-the-spir,. Gainesville moved to offer re mas." ". Mt. Eller Baptist Christmas meet has met. McConnell now vice chief of ,

It hymns. marks.
McNamara, talking; to newsmen
No FluTroltble Children, busy with pasteboard -, "We've had a wonderful program at Johnson City, Tex.,
funeral home fans, now here today .. and we Finds Alachua Co. seemed confident that the first
right- eyed, attentive, mesmerized sung some wonderful songs of Survey experimental model would be
by the music. Christmas. And everybody here
flying In the fiscal: year beginning -
"Hark the Herald sung about Jesus.
July 1, 1968. A contractto
SIng, Jesus, the Light of the 'Listen' to that one particular .

World. song, Jesus, th. Light of Gains 9 Per begin come actual In the developmentcould next six
Is SeenWASHINGTON Gonna, walk in, thai beautiful the World. He said when he People DayFor seven months. or
Ight. was here, 'As long as I am In
.Gonna talk In that beautiful the World, I am the Light of the The concept for the CSA Is an
(AP) The light. World' But before be left, he By NORM LaCOE dlcates Alachua's boom 1 n g cent from the census count of Most of the 16 counties with extremely long-range, large-
Public Health Service predictsthe Gonna wear that beautiful changed that around a little bit. Sun Staff Writer growth rate may be slowing 4951000. (faster growth than Alachua'sare cargo aircraft! to provide true
I nation will escape any big light. He said, 'Now, you are the lightS down slightly In percentage of growth, the In South Florida or on the global air mobility a craft
flu outbreak this winter, I Alachua County, with nearly Population last July 1 was estimated county ranked 17th among the east coast. Leon County, comparable that will fly nonstop for more
90,000 residents, has grown at at 87,800 persons up state's 67 counties. In size to Alachua than 6,000 miles and be able to
I There have been only a few the rate of nine new persons 18.5 per cent from the 1960 census Largest population increases, showed an 11.2 per cent growthIn unload 600 men or 250 tons of
local concentrations of Asian or each day in the past four percentage wise, were in Bre- population. I
figure (taken in April) of cargo at destinations approaching
other types of influenza so far years, the Bureau of Economicand 74,100 The population Is up 3,.' vard County, center of the< Statewide the population. this range, depending on
this year. There probably would Business Research, University 200 persons from the July 1, state's missile industry, and growth rate appears still to be load-fuel factors.
have been many more if a major of Florida, reported 1963 figure of 84,600. Charlotte County, which attracts gaining momentum. On a
epidemic were Imminent, today.In The Air Force It wouldbe
many retired couples. Both topped monthly average, the growth says
the service noted. I, Its provisional population 1 Florida's ( 50 per cent increase in rate for Florida Is an estimated subsonic In speed, probably
The agency again recom estimates, the UF study also in- : population In 50 months. 20 per cent from April 1960 about 550 miles an hour.
mended vaccinations, especially
to July 1. 1963. From July 1 1.I
In "high-risk" 11'0ups' McNamara took pains to
for those
1963 to the date In 1964
same ,
pregnant women* the elderly I disassociate the C5A project
at .26 cent.
and those with heart trouble or Cabinet Members Review per from the nonmilitary project for I
other chronic diseases.In In Alachua County, the growth I development of a supersonic
response to questions, rate averages .36 per month for commercial transport. The CSA
health service officials said all With President the 38 months from the censusto :would lift far more people overlong
signs Indicate widespread Budgets July 1, 1963. The rate than distances at far less cost
hit the falls back to about .32 per center
epidemic will country,, than: a supersonic aircraft and

although there of Is localized always out-the I JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) continuing to Increase our military of upwards of 850 miles an hour > the month subsequent population 12 months.Increasefor I would take off 'and land on.

possibility I -Two more Cabinet member: strength," McNamara with 500 to 700 troops.He This means and remember much shorter runways, its sponsors

breaks.The situation, they and the director of the foreign laid. said it would cost $750 mil the estimates are subject to re- believe .
said bears present out forecasts madev aid program discuss their budg- He said spending next year lion to develop the plane. He vision -, that the county's
by an advisory eta today with President Johnson might be in the area of $300 million estimated the cost of building 58 booming growth rate appears to Sewage Fund
summer below this year's estimated of them at more than tl billion. be settling down.Population .
committee to surgeon gener $49.S billion. McNamara said his interest In
N Vrr The list of visitors to the LBJ
al. changes in other WASHINGTON (AP) The
In general, those forecastswere ,rr Ranch includes Secretary of MfNamara said the next the plane Is entirely for military\ Sun area counties shows Bradford Public Health Service has given
budget would Include $U7 million but that It will also
that the 106443 winter season Agriculture Orvllle L. Freeman purposes up 4 per cent, Clay minus '(1150,360 to Danla, Fla., for construction
to start development of a have potential commercial use
Postmaster General John A. :
shapes up as a com para. 1, Dixie up 67, Gilehrist up of a sewage treatment
and AID chief military transport plant JO big for both passenger and cargo
eight year on flue for two "t It could ocean at Bpteds purposes*" 03-Levy up-tLSfiMarlon up plant,-eft side to Sen. George A.
rfitons: Dell spqn .1 7'4: Putnam up .9 per cent and Smatherj, ,D-Fla., ,said Tuesday
1. As regards Asian, or type Press secretary George E ,Union up U per.i nt...* V : "i t. ?r- ww.$4SUGAR .
A-2 flu the newest and most Reedy said they will be the lastof Cuban Leader; Pr'ilicts I -- -
feared type In recent years F the government officials corning SUPPLIES ENERGY I '
the nation suffered widespread to the ranch this week In ,
outbreak In 1962-1963; and the connection with Johnson's ef- Government in Exilehas
West Coast and parts of south- forts to trim spending requestsof
m Minnesota were hit hard by departments and agencies
th* sum virus last winter. The s With Budget Director Kermit MIAMI (AP) Former Cuban six months to serve since
exports feel the betting averages Gordon at his side, Johnson Is President Carlos Prlo So- he was kicked out, without resigning
are against another major sltUn gas the court of last resort carras, back from Washington In a 1952 coup by Ful-

outbreak so soon after those. ora appeals from Gordon's diplomatic conferences, nays he genclo Batista. '
2. As for Influenza "type-B" pending recommendations.Only expects a Latin American country Another theory points to Man-
another major form widespread Secretary of the Treat- to convoke a meeting of an uel Urrulta, fired as presidentin
epidemics art relatively sty Douglas Dillon, a visitor ti-Castro Cubans to form a government 1960 by Fidel Castro: as the
rare anyway. The United States 1Two today, has said he wasn't In exile. He did not say logical choice. 1
was hit by a tough one as re- appealing anything. He said Ms which country. I
cently as 196162. department had worked out lit "The majority of Latin American Still another says that under i
The American Medical Association N budget satisfactorily with the republics lean toward sucha the last Cuban Constitution the

gives this advice regardIng Budget Bureau. government," said the 62- supreme court justice with long-
flu: Secretary of Defense RobertS. year-old ex-president, living In est service would serve as president
McNamara, another of Tile.day's exile for the fourth time. In case of a vacancy. An
ArchitectQ11aii1ICatiou3 callers, announced that Previous attempts to form a attempt to make Julio Garceran J')
Johnson! had approved funds in: government In divided exiledom. head of an exile government on
the budget for the fiscal year Prlo Socarras continued in an I (his basis failed in 1962.

for OneWhen starting July 1 to begin work on Interview, have failed because' Some activist groups contend Last Minute GiftsFOR
111 the world's largest plane.
DisputeThe personalities were Involved,The
breaks In
Steve Robinson decided on a floating Christmas The air leviathan would be way to do it, he said. Is to seek that once warfare THE
Florida State Board of' tree this year he got two for the price of one.Sieve used to transport both men and "''a constitutional and legal formula Cuba, a government in arms is FISHERMAN and
Architecture has asked a court, got hlA reflection effect by launching hit tree equipment to any trouble spot In to determine who should the solution. I I CAMPER

Injunction against Kyle Waltos'I on a pond near his home at 2036 NW 9th Ate. (Sun the world. head a government." The Cuban Representation In iMutlful Finish-/
jr. for allegedly parctlclnn Photo by Tommy Lewis, ) : McNamara also announced: ,
.. ,
his Several "formulas" have been Exile RECE, claims that sinceIt
architecture without being qual 1. Johnion-! approved recommendation Cue ranteed Quality
ified. Credit;: CardPrestige that Gen John advanced In the exile colony, was approved by exile referendum ',, 8\11
Waltes Is an estimator for How Foreign Paul McConnell 56. be appointed One holds that Prlo Soccaras: It Is the logical coordinating /- DIXIE BRANDCANE 8

Guy E Cl \elnnd construction hitJACKSONVILLE to succeed Gen. Curtis E. Le' elected president In 1948, still body !t tTREE ,
Students Can :May as chief of staff of the Air POLES .j
company. fla. (AP) +

state Selig board Goldin, alleged, attorney In for Circuit the lie Invited The U,S. Circuit Court of Appeals I Force.LeMay will wind up 35 yearsof LITE SALE U M U ft. Long. Your Choice
has taken at the I
I a swipe service on Feb. 1.
three military "
Court Waites planned Ftur r Bros. No. 417
Gainesville Sua credit card.
Monday's McConnell takes over the same
In recent
buildups .
months Gainesville which should have been carried a story about foreign I The court at New Orleans said day. 2.99 VALUE SPINNING REEL X-
by architects. DWierBrown students at the University of I credit cards have value only to McConnell. a 1932 West Point ;.,
designed Inc. the Phillips Florida who have no Invitations the company, as a device for graduate, currently is vice: chief end :\
Motors ,
Building' and an educational Into homes for the holidays. making Invoices, and cannot be 'of the air staff. SET OF 15 Utlan No. 1081SPINNING "

building for Westslde Baptist The person to call about' Inviting clawed as a security. I 1 The Pentagon budget for ROD 11
the students I Is not Mrs The court overthrew the con- [next year will be closer to $49 '
Church Florida law provides that only Fletcher Baldwin as given Ir'viction of a Jacksonville! man 'billion than the ioO-billkm: figure Multiple Christmas Tree Lites A wHk.i.l tlt.lt Vilm.,. f..d. NM-FM u.r11..
who Is serving four years far i he had forecast earlier.
architects may design build:ngs the Sun. Persons interested Ins BOTH FOR
with a few exceptions. entertaining foreign, stud end ;Interstate transportation of a : "We have been able to I
Goldin fifed a similar suit I In their homes during the holt i stolen credit card. achieve further economies wNle Each lamp ALL ADVERTISED SALE

previously against an employee days should call Mrs James A burns $1 99 PRICES CONTINUE
of The James Co., homebuilders. Poland whose address la 1003: ChristmasGive Her '
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Wednesday December 23, 1964 Gainesville Sepal I1
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Associated Press Food Edltoi r EventsTODAY

*.DAY, December ZI "THIS IS better than mak. December 23 i PHOTOCHRISTMAS
ing mud pies!" says preschool
Buffet supper for out ofpwn Tony as be dives Into University City Bridge
guests and bridal par- a bowl of his cannoll mixture Club, 730:: p.m., UK Faculty I
ty feting Miss Betty Anne Club West Newberry Read.
fiance of Tho cock Gainesville Colt and Coun-
Sisler m a i
Duncan Rider 8:30 p.m., Tony rolls the mixture of try Club, Holiday dance for
Mr. and Mrs. George Butter Ben cream cheese, chocolate and ri\b. : college and senior high I I OPEN
and Mr. and Mrs. WUII a m at candied fruit between his I school students 8.30 until 'TI L
H Pierson at the Pier o n 25th palms Into balls. Then those 11'30 p.m., Mrs Mitchell If
home 1831 NW Tenth Ave- competent small fingers roll Baumsteln hosteis.Gainesville i MIDNIGHTTONIGHT
the balls over and over and Bridge Club, 7: "
nue. .
over again in almonds. ., .I I NSM44 30 p.m., Holiday Inn. "
Supper honoring Miss Bet- Open house feting Dr.
ty Pound and her fiance J, Tony offers his sweets "as and Mrs. A Fred Diamant of ; 12/23/64
Alvin Alsobrook, (30: p.m., ents is" to his friends big I and Ilaverford !'a., S to 7 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Grier Klrkpat- of small. But sometimes the Manning Dauer, %:55 N W g* FLASH BULBS
trick and their two sons, and grownup folk in the family Fifth Place.THURSDAY.
George and Michael Kirkpa- 1 NE reserve some of the cannoli c December !! !;* 95 DIFFERENT
trick, 1023 SW 21st Avenue, I to garnish a fruit salad. Coffee honoring Mrs. Theodore I* TYPES OF FILM

Kirkwood. Tony's father thought tip M. Barber of Knoxville, !* CAMERA BAGS

Wedding of Miss Elisabeth Kay this combination an ab- formerly Miss Frances Mrk- I* SUN GUNS
Ann Staler daughterof and 835.'I' solutely delicious 0 n e. we patrick 10:30 to 12:30 p.m., !* PROJECTORS
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hall son, found, when we made Tony's Miss Nancy Adams, 2237 NW ;5* CAMERAS
Sisler, and Thomas Duncan gins, I Cannoll in our kitchen as 11th Avenue. !* TRIPODS
Rider, son of Mr. and Mrs. something he and the small SATURDAY, December 21 *
Harold R. Rider of Garvin, gins boy could make together on Open House, ) to 7 p.m.. SCREENS

Iowa, 830: p.m., First "Mother1 day off." Now ... J ,. Miss Kit Macdonald, 2244 NW I
Baptist Church. Reception at that we've discovered Tony's 1 can (S ounces) roasted -- Fourth Place.travel CHRISTMAS
at the Gainesville handicraft, have hunchit SPECIALS
following we a diced almonds (a little overa ;
Woman Club.HURSDAY Pearl will become a tradition in cup) Benches New"Down ,
our family at holiday time.
December U "
and Turn the cream cheese in- to earth" Is the service I
When we asked Tony's father ONESTOPJ
family dinner to honor son how this good sweet to a mixing bowl and soften latest word on seating arrangements .

Miss Betty Pound and her evolved he told us that he slightly with a wooden spoon. rl..1 .C.'lbk.m tntlwt 3f MMKODACHROMt
Alsobrook .
fiance, Alvin 6:38 S .
and his young son liked the Stir In the chocolate and Solid walnut !benches, .fYI. A tip '. t '*N..M..k. I
Col. and Mrs. Ever- top ...V .
p.m. MmUt TM
ett Yon 2049 NW Seventh lower filling in the Italian pastries fruits. Roll the mixture Into I ped with bright cushions, H AMI .,. ......CM..*nofw M.t a* REG. 2.3
called "cannoll" and this 1 inch balls the balls in World Trovil ... efflc.t W'H .,.MNa ;
Lane. was their version of It. ; roll double as tables For casual .......hl'.. .I.M.... li...... 69NO
the almonds, coating gen entertainment: place the cushIons Service .1&..,.<11., ....,..1.., I 'W
TONY'S CANNOLI erously. 101 w. UNIV.' + .. ......|.*.. Hit ..,I Id.
on the floor and .
I -presto fit 6.4645 .
Bridge Club 1 package (B ounces) Arrange on a serving dishor you have seating and-

cream cheese In a shallow container; serving accommodations. I}

By BILLIE B. HOFFEtt Paul 1 package ((8 ounces) cover with plastic film or f -.II
Thirty enthusiastic brld ge semi.sweet chocolate pieces foil; chill

layers turned out for the West ((1 cup) Makes about 4 dozen lus- RCA VICTOR I TYIt
.;ainesvllle Bridge Club game at E. C. cious sweets and treats. 47
he Recreation Center Monday M. H cup diced mixed C I n- Serve "81 I." or as a garnish POLAROIDooo
wenlng. The average score for with died fruits for fruit salad IrsoREG.
was 72 .---------------------------- .
'orth-South players i V Va[ t(.V V+t eV tV V WfVKVVY eVVV eVV V fYV t eVKVrVVV Vyy : 2
nd 63 for East West. Capturing I CONSOLE STEREO ;89NO
first place North South was 'I i 'WC
John E. Craps and Dr. E. !
'. Phillips with a score of 88. I C
Irs'H L. Breland and Mrs. I REDUCED with i

,. M Walbeck were second with I Ia
score of 84, and Dr and Mrs GUARANTEEDChristmas "
,. C. Kirkland were third with J
Mr.core and of Mrs 74. R. N. Livingston]i II I pS 15 % Aa-1

''led the East West field with I a.t.LASH .
7\i. Mrs. Paul B. Patterson II Delivery II / U1 1REG.

dragged( the writer In to second I IJ. With FM-AM and I II 1. 4 Dot,
F. Wharton and Mr. Van 101
FM Stereo Radio
May tied for third place with I NOW
Mr R. W. Jones and Mr. R. I. RCA Victor New I
Johnson with S4V4. I From Qn '.y I Vista Stereo bringsa
The Club will meet again high level of brilliancy n I '
at 7:30: at
Wednesday evening
the Holiday Inn yy I and realismin !
The Club met at the Hotel recorded and
Thomas last Wednesday eve Please feminine .r, broadcast sound,

sing with 755 tables In play. | list with any a gift from Cherry's name on, .your or t ., Here Is sensitive, highly selective FM ma.7.9J
for North-
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II are delightful for gifts or for ,
Mrs. R. M. Walbeck and ; you, see Cherry's first! ,,.. standard) Audiophile controls. Bass, I 2"MOOIL
Mrs. H. L. Breland took I Treble, Stereo Balance Compensated Loud- II I Now

top honors In the North-South of 81H Dresses Toppers Suits and Coats Gloves ness and many other features In a choice of ,,
direction with a score ,
followed closely for second Costume Jewelry Petticoats Bed Jackets beautiful cabinets ,,
place by Dr. John E. Crape ,
and Dr. E. E. Phillips wit h Gowns and Robes Slips and Panties OPEN 'TIL 9P.M. WED.
was w on
by 04 Mrs Third W.place E. Baringer and a"r Open Every Night Til 9 P.M. Until Christmas a i CLOSED 4:30 CHRISTMAS IVI ,,,

Mrs. P. A. Foote whose score <00
W. H. Miller and Mrs THE VARIETY STORE
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There are ash trays or pipe I
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the chess buff when you present W41b aoT
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chessmen.A beautiful .walnut and white I .

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ZGolnesvilU Sun Wednesday, December 2), 1964


UpMembers ,


Boys' Club members who register -
starting this week, will be

sporting membership new cards 1963, Boys'It was Club announced I DURING OUR

Membership today. renewal blanks BUY NOW AND SAVE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS I

were mailed to most members
Those who have not received
these forms should pick them up
at the Boys' Club RegistrationDesk.

Membership. fee for the entire YOU GOT PROBLEM, ?
year Is one dollar, regards -
's less of age. Eligible age for NOT ENOUGH HOT WATER IN YOUR HOME f

registration high school Is age.seven Membership through 1 THEN BUY A NEW -!

registration for .the c u rrent'
year Is expected to reach the I
1,500 mark before the registration I WATER HEATER
for the new year b e
gins.After .1 Yom--
paying the Initial I AT McDUFF!
dollar' membership fee, there l s's
are no other charges made.I
Boys may enter activities I n
the Physical Department
where currently the basketball
program is set to begin. I GLASS LINED
Activities In the Vocational -
Educational Department cover 1 Holds ANY Appliance
Arts and Crafts, Library, Music,I $
and other related programs.The 1
Games Room, which I 1 I 30GAL. SECURITY WATER HEATER
the most popular spot In the =) .
building, contains many table
games which satisfy the Inter P SELECTION OF NAME BRAND APPLIANCES
est of boys of all ages.
I Club hours begin at 3 p.m. ,
dally, with closing at 9:30 p.m. ,
The building Is open all day SALE $39 iii i n
Saturday, from 9 a.m. to S p.m. Westinghouse
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launches, whether or not successful I NORGE WASHER "--
," the corporation said, .
and the payment per launch "is ; ::
on the order of$3.5 million.. I .
launch in the event '
'Early Bird' Is unsuccessful," I P'.4 I' :
the announcement said. ,' BIG 30"AUTOMATIC J
Technically, three satellitesof I
the high-altitude synchronous ,,1
type would suffice for global 149i ELECTRIC RANGE :
communications service one I
the Atlantic, Pacific
each over I AN r.n.l.ie" McDUFF'SSPECIAL
and Indian oceans. Comsat has h.fNM
Indicated It would also need lif MNOTPOINT....,. ...
three standby satellites to be i .Dial.Wets ._" I
i I hmpnewe Nleefi.M ee C.L.e' PRICES 134
launched In case an orbiting i C..kief Unit" *
satellite fails.However ,I Md w.Np dew! YOU CHOOSE II OIVWOPI ONLY ITU
the 4 TOUR OWN or ewe eseaa.uecraK rasa'
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AJ| lNkl* we/.r ( <., (MOIL MM
manager of the corporation'I < AWHOOZ. ,ri..< with EAST TERMft

countries munications_ also tr.") FREE DELIVERY COAST-TO-COAST
out a medium-altitude system.' (FROM THE ATLANTIC TO THE GULF)
This would require more satellites -
since each one would,
"see" a smaller area of the


At City halt

said the driver after he dropped
1H tons of rubble from his
dump truck on the sidewalk In
front of City Hall, police report-I FOR ALL FAMOUS NAMEBRAND
day After night dropping William the Olagnacovs.toad Mon I HOME APPLIANCES!

40, left his truck on the sidewalk I
while he went for a "cup of cof- SHOP
fee" police said.Glagnacova .
said he was protesting COR. N. MAIN
recent city action b
closing a dump to private truck-.! ,. s
tag en. He the was stole charged mental with hygiene violet !' & 12th AYE. n+tM TONIGHT

taw and taken to Meyer Memorial :
Hospital for observation PH. FR 6-1296
police said TIL 10 P.M.
dry workers cleaned, up UV,
debris. The truck was lowed t> I
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Wednesday December 23,_1964 Gainesville Sun II



His Service Stands 'Levy Commission Approves

Tall in Lake Butler'

., Associate County

Sun Staff Writer .fI '

group of people around hen I
get together to work for the To Assume Duties '
betterment of Lake Butler and: t ,I' ,

Union County, the chancel are I I \$< vm. I
the tallest of them will be Rob- c, '

ert A. Drlggers. In JanuaryBy ,I

But not only because of his
height ((0 5)) does "Robert," -
as he Is popularly known stand BOBfEEKER! County In the Jan.' S Inaugural II
Sun Staff Writer parade is rapidly net ring ; I
out.He's completion and full dress
a worker ready tc] BRONSON A replacement a ar
rehearsal is slated for
In he's called next t
any way for Associate County A gin t
on. For proof, here's a list ol Jim Estes was accepted by Saturday in Chiefland.
some of his activities, In addition the Levy County Commissionhere Some controversy exists as
to his job as clerk of the yesterday to whether or not a sign, Best I
Circuit Court and clerk of the Wishes to Gov. Haydon Burns 'k.(1
County Commission: Charles Saunders was Intro- and Native Son Earl r. I I... FiI
Secretary of the Union Coun- duced to the Commission by cloth" should be displayed on I
ty Development Authority, of Frank' Perry,. of the Altl'lcultural the car towing the float. 1ir I

the IJiiion{ County Housing Authority Extension Service. Perry The Board of Commissioners
and of the Lake Butler cited Saunders' qualification !s agreed to agree with the float
Development Corp. -* ( as being similar to those of committee headed by by Leonard I
Then too he's a director of Estes and asked the same pay Cobb and Mrs Patricia
the Farmers and Dealers and travel allowance for him. Feiler. and let them make the
' Bank chairman of the Union The board agreed on all partsof decision Both Cobb and Mrs.
Democratic Executive the recommendation. Feller Christmas !;
County I are on vacation ti tLevy's
Committee captain of the local Saunders comes to Levy ,
Quarterback Club and County from Calhoun County The Board agreed to donate
chairman of the Official Boardof where he has been assistant '|23 to any Levy County high
the Lake Butler Methodist \ county agent since I960.! He school band participating in
Church. \ received his BSA degree from the parade to help defray exwnsei. ,
Then too, he has been Lake the University of Florida in Chicfland marching:
Buter city clerk for two terms ROBERT A. DRIGGERS 1158 and his masters degree band Is the only one currently New Assistant AgentCharles 1
(194346)Counsel) Commanderof He's in the thick of things at Lake Butler. (Sun from Auburn scheduled to make the
University this trip la
the Woodmen of the World; photo by Sam McGarvey) Tallahassee.! Falrcloth, attorney Saundern (renter) receive a congratulatory handahako from his. !
year. predecessor Jim Ktnt, as District Agent Frank I'rryilluk.l on. The new asHitlant I
a past master of the Masonic In 1938. Incidentally Robert Is married to t h e I general elect Is a Chief-
County High .
A native of Clay County anda county agent for I.nyl'ounly taken over Jan. 16. K"te; depart Jan. IS
Lodge and past district deputyof land .
he basket- former Miss Marjorie McGill, I graduate.In I
was a Tiger
graduate of Green Cove to become county agent In Franklin County (Sun Photo by Ihih Meeker)
the Masons and a past pres- still other action, the
ball player and today enjoys of Lake Butler They h IV I ,
ident of the State Associationof following the Tigers and the three children: Mrs. Clifford Springs High School, Saunders Board accepted custody bonds

Court Clerks. I IT Gators in both basketballand (Shirley) Dance of Gainesville i took the former Miss ElizabethM. of all elected county officials I' ;Sa notions; FenceIn
Davis of Ocala to Calhoun Injunction j
He's a Shriner and of course footballHe ; Sara Sue, a 17 year. and carried out the routine :
a member of the new Rotary i old senior at Union County County with him as his business of paying bills.A .
attended the University of
Club recently organized Inline High and Bobby a 13 bride In 1960. They have no Christmas party followedthe
Florida for three and ; year.
with his Idea of backingup i I then went to work years at Camp old eighth grade student.He children. last regular meeting of thyurt Bradford Road DisputeBy 1
everything which promises Effective date of the Refreshment were screed -
Blanding for about five years. has little time for hobbies new
to help the community I well be Job Is Jan le.Estes' In the office of Erneit \
As a native born son of Lake Following that he went into as may Stephens clerk of the circuit SAM McQtRVEY A. llaertle of Bolt Lake erected Fred list-rite's attorney, Hollli
But when he can get date of termination Is
Butler he comes by his love a retail merchant business herein away court, by ladies of the office Sun Staff WrllrrSTARXE !o shut off an access road used V Knight, former attorney for
Lake Butler and also heldan he enjoys going fishing. Jan. 15. lie will leave at that staff. I will stand until the Board, that
for the community naturally. The fence FredCedar by a nephew stating no rightof
Forty four years ago he was' interest in stores in bet h lie sums up his p h ilollphy time to become county agent -' -- ---- otherwise ordered by the court way had been deeded to the
born in a home located in backof Starle and Green Cove simply: "I try to be of some In Franklin County. Circuit Court Judge J. C, Ad- county for the access road and
the present Rivers Store son Springs. I service. .If I can, I do anything I In other action, the Board of kins Jr. Issued a temporary In- that II showed no signs of hsvIng .
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drig- In 1952, he ran for Clerk of which will help Lake Commissioners heard a del. Key Notes junction yesterday .,mat the been worked by the county t
gers. His father for many the Circuit Court, and on being Butler and Union County." gallon I from the Ctilefland I j nephew Earl llaertle, and his After various efforts to settle

years was a well known elected, took office In 1953 Next time you see a groupin Woman's Club ask for $1,500to siater-In.law, Peggy Payne, the dispute failed Fred Haer*
merchant !in the town. and has held it since. He won Lake Butler look for Rob plant palms and other By LOUSE ANDREWS tional Finn and Wildlife Ref from "disturbing, destroying or tie had a fence erected barring
Robert attended school here re election In the last cam-! ert. He's one of the top men shrubs In Islands of the newly Toff bad the City Fathers did I age Service, lie was manager Interfering with the fence... me of the access road
without :In the constructed US 19 through not think of giving prizes fur tot the
and graduated from Union paign opposition. community. Chassahawltzka PIVI-I| | Earl llaertle owns properly s The County Commission then
Chlofland. the beautifully decorated hom ilon The Turners came hurt distance southwest of SR
wrote to Fred Haertle, Instruct.
Commissioner David Meeks this year V/e are sure the '
from llomasaiua and to KM, nut far from KeystoneHeights him to take the fence down
I" hope ng ,
said this was customary and Rogers residence would
But his uncle Fred,
Gas obtained be In to make their home In Cedar Key. or the Commission would instruct
Company Expansion that money could be top place. Something owns adjacent land between
Rev and Mrs Samuel Culh- the sheriff to do '0.
from secondary road funds. think about for next year and Earl i and the highway and
1 bert are guests of the Rev, and Fred lUortle then entered
Meeks cited a conversation I give others the Incentive to do Fart's only means of ban
with James. A. Brewer dls-I the same.Rkhburg's. Mrs J. H. Paddock, Rev, Cuth- access road through egrets his un I anti, along with his wife as
To Boost Brooker Plant rlct engineer with the State 1 I. I pleading sight bert will be remembered by 'cle's land plaintiffs, naming as defendant *

Road Department ai his too as one walks down Main many here, having; talked and I Use of lie road has been In Earl If..arllt.! his wife,
source of Information. I Street Their center window Is preached at the First Baptist dispute for some time. The untie Pearl,, his .Iater-In-Ilw. Peggy
BROOKER An additional'program, designed to boost between Louisiana and Gaines The Board unanimously J a lovely display pll1{". We feel Church: when the Rev. Paddockwas claims pert of II belong(Payne and he Bradford Coun

2,000 horsepower unit will be the company's output from 359 ville; two new compressor stations greed to the planting proposaL sure visitors to our town the ''. llIr, to him, and that he has the right Commission., HI II |
installed at the natural (as million cubic feet of gas per to be located near Juniper through the holidays will enjoy Mr and Mrs, Houston Houstr to shut that part off. However,I The suit asked the Court to
compressor station here if an day to 444 million per day, Springs and Fort Pierce,; The float to represent Levy and appreciate the effort of Knoivllle/ Tenn, have the nephew argues that It .lie 'determinethe rights of the
application for expansionmeets will Involve additions to the and additional units and turbo these folk have gone to rented the Padflwk'i cottage public road brciune It has allegedly (plaintiff to close "said sandy
with Federal. Power pipeline and to the compressor charging totaling 20,20(1( The Lewis Smyth's of the for a month. The HOUMT'S are been worked by the,trail l 1," and an Junction:
stations. Help) NegroesNEW Inn spending l owners and operators of i nursing the
Commission approval h.p. at the 10 existing e e re Faraway are county and that therefore his'against defendant damaging
Florida Gas Transmisi I ton There are three compressor stations. Christmas here and Car m I II home In Knoxville uncle has no right to shut It off or removing the fence ft
Co. of Winter Park the pipeline engines at the Brooker plant YORK (AP) The will have her mother Mrs The nephew, received (the'also' asked that" Peggy Paynebe

subsidiary of Florida Gas now. Installation of another The company expects approval Shell Companies Foundation Ruth Whiting Mtcsnopy, te W.MU( Singe backing of the Bradford Couny enjoined from threateningthe
Company, has requested FPC one is estimated to cost about of the project in time for Inc, has announced programto complete the day Also at the t Communion In a letter ...- plaintiffs about the fencing.

approval of a 23 per cent ca- $200,000.The the expected pipeline system support SO college scholar- Inn for an Indefinite time is (:laril'4lnm Meet lilng him that no one had the In. hearing on the matter
pacity increase in the eo mpanY'1 additional pipeline facilities to go Into operation no later hips for Negro students over Mr. and Mrs. Burton Turner right la time, the road, as his I last Friday In Gainesville: (:toe
Texas to Florida will include 210 miles of than Jan. 1. W7 the next five yeas._ I ITurMr Is retired from_..the. Ne-1 atomic threatened to do. Shaw, the Commissions alter
pipeline. 30 inch diameter pipe along I \'illliet/It And In a meeting last month,:f trey, !told the court the Commis.soar .
The $-12.7 million expansion the existing mainline system .J Commission Chairman Ctrl I:, had no Interest, la the suit,
WILUVTOV Mrs. Russell and' asked that he
.Prevail announced, "Nobody It dismissedas
: Gulnn of (Ocala prisHrn! of UNWoman's I
:1 "jelse, can clone:! that road but the a party. In the litigation.
Past Matrons Honored Missionary: Unionthe ol Board of County Commissioners. Judge Ailklns ruled favorably en
Marion Association/
Baptist ,
I the motion.
'1,wu guest speaker at the bust. -
At Dinner in WillistonwnUSTON r ness meeting and Christmas However, at that" meeting, the i A final hearing en the suit willprobably
Board received a Utter from be held ,
In January
,' party ol the W M 8. ef the I. ----.. - -

the Past Matrons'- Members Club were of ton unable Chapter to be present.Mrs. Scott Other was w I'.1 I j' Thursday Wlfllston)lr.. Guinn,First Baptist,PI.* oo Church Ins;! Holiday Spirit

honor guests Monday night at guest were Mrs. SaDie Wine- meaning of DM different things
turkey dinner at the borne miller, present Worthy Matron I
a that make up (the Chrutmas season
of Mrs. Kathryn Harris with of WiHlston Chapter, and Mn. for mot of us, the decoration I Captures Melrose
Mn. Rose Wemerington as cohostess. Or non AdcrhoH. who lives InWWIItoa. *, the smell of (lrrs ltd

but is present greenery the songs, the secrets'

Christmas them was Worthy Matron of Bras ford and ..ntxI.IIft.. She said that I Bjr MJI... (,IUVr I ting[ In the holiday mood by tikI -
The Eastern Star Chapter. Mrs. Christmas Is a special tune a IWTHJMMMUtMLUOSC I ring part In various Christmas
used for decoration for the Williams a member I ... .. I
Dorothy magic Urn I ( .ft..t. |:*<.Uv: ls.i .
rooms and the table. The dining -of the local club, the lives In I' She spoke of the three rays : Melrose Is all i Th Community Christmas

table was festive with Ormond Beach drove up for, ie/r yJ"i1 from Ih* Cbrtstnus star the decked out In festive oVtora-:tree. sponsored by the Maltose

lighted red candid to an arrangement the dinner and party. I ''Ira1 of purpnurfulnm, the tty:I,[lions. and_the..propl are g'l-, Wunun Club KM been decor
of red tree ornaments of limo,
of sharing/ and tilt ray
Others present surd for tilt /holiday seaiuo.Mrs .
nelly and greenery Emma Lee Loftra. Mrs. Gertrude "' L I mite,. The Story ol (VM-I Turkey Take bark Tbwn and Mrs. Huey.
with a miniature! Santa ajtnde Fletcher, Mrs. Agate masby. Mrs. Carter Wright, Bead were chairman lot this
each candle. Favors were -.as. was read by Mrs. Bill Weeks Slim I'
i Mary Phmney, Mrs Annie Le* I or project.
Santa's red boots made of red Gifts; of appreciation were :
'! Mrs. Pearl CIU" s.: : tt '
flannel and filled with candies rIG.Inn Edwards Mn. Emafrae -H. prtwnlcrf from be W, )f.pgeeskk I Area Hunter I I TK Junior Woman's Club
and topped with a Santa, a j Mrt. a L. *..(, !kl. > Mn. Loa ,
baby doll and a candy cane. Smith Rob- : dent, to Mrs Guest ind to Mntmt STABKE Only five Seland "'I' rvisim. A blue plastic
stain, Mrs. Annie Anderses;, |wt turkeys were battled,
Mrs., Uftim for her work en); tree nud by some .f \th* members
One of the members. -iMn. Irene Whitener, Mrs the ,..rtIot*,. The gift to Mrs I by a luial 01 |>.7 !hunters is a focal point .In the post
Maude r a g .1'. whose birthday Bullock, Mrs. Barbara wiUiui recent week I he
Joyce Neal was presented b/ ",L. a at office, For this decorating pro).
etmn to December, was|!Sapp Mrs. Esther D re lit r.1 i H. a. Barton.Mrs. I nearby Camp Standing Game ct. Sirs Carl ILiggJundi/ Jr. and
honored by getting to Mow GUt Fttgate. and tfc* hostess ... I IfeaJ announced that Management A/ea. I)r,.. DIrk Legtota were the
the candles on the birthday : the nest SMoeisuoMl Met I s g Official reports for the week crulnnm.Holiday.

take, which was served fertfnscrt es.Mrs.. Loflta. president, ap- List-Minute! Rush} twit be Md at Or U FUNt,ol D e, 7U.' also show the I
with ambrosia. Mrs. pooled a aomasattog commit- Owrrh M J... a. w-tt both hunters killed 71 cat Kftuml, events coming op Include

Fugjte abe acted. as SaitawhM !tee *f Mn. WetberfagVM. Jdta.I Tt, toikliaff stew, but fr -.al... la Cauwevin Poet Office the Iradillo M** JowphM Jeans and Mrs,I IH II des a>|uinla and H quail the Methodist C Iu ,cll'aV.It'
Ow exchange of gifts Bullock and Mn. Sapp. h wsw al Chrbtasaa ..ma, bonanza a* th. .. .*. 1'..!." art afrtgfltac I* keep *km Master grommet I Cumulative reports lot &he New Eve social ached-"
was enjoyed anuaawer.. I decoded t* elect effcen at the abreast .f th* tide ., parkas., sad Pe.tasaAlrr Palg .,...1 .8OU1ICe4 that, Members ** Crt," I ad S season lo that date show OwCoArwinj dad P.e. n from M pm. tom
Special guest at the dinner January meet** although the Past Office ,,U b.* closed .. l1a,..... Po,. package* will k"* h... wined Christmas coot(1 aae1 I totsle: VH, deer: JJ Jnlght fas the. EducationBuiWirg.
were Mn. Emma JII tlul. n! Cbnscmas excels were sung delivered u SWML Saturday the Pont Of fir* ........ win reawiai rUH. and :punch altar the se.dsrg-An *.t!'turkeys, II wC4 hop:, no cat l Th social will be fol
daughter of Mrs Edna Seed.sV .lit the dose el the tativaws there win b. SM city carrier delivery. Mail will b* Used ta usual daruif the <*aa e el gift .M eJeye j d V squirrel, M In equity 'I.. weed by a Wairbnichl aen
earthy Matron ef 1I' 1Is- .lib Sin South at the piano .> bdaya, J"1a..a said. (Ss Ph.4. y t.../ Lewis. ) defog the IYC turg.I I H4 quail u4",U doves. a the church sanctuary,

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a i '4. Dickens Out \ ., ,, ,;, ". .
Collier Gels T. .
; 4.o' Redskins' Coach Thinks I ..

Extension OnBrowns' As Indiana I

'f Browns Can Beat ColtsBy II I

Pact Grid CoachBy )' .1'
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JACK HAND that front four," said McPeak. "Against Baltimore we TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS !
CLEVELAND (AP) Elan- Associated Press Sports Writer "they turn them loose and often were minus two regular secondary Phil Dickens, whose seven-
ion Collier the soft-spoken Ken- tenure at Indiana failed to
Washington's Bill McPeak, year Ill
drop the linebackers and play man Lonnie Sanders and
tucky gentleman In his second one of the NFL coaches who lift the Hooslers out of the Big
like Cleveland. It's toughto Jim Steffen Then lost Charley '
zone, we Ten doldrums
year as Cleveland Browns'coach met both Baltimore and Cleve- joined Ill :
has been signed to a new land in the regular season, pass against them except for Taylor in the third quarter. Wayne Hardln, Bill Barnes and ; -
three-year contract, Art Modell), thinks the Browns will run at screen and what we call delay Until we lost Taylor Vie were John Stiegman among the maJor -
giving them all (they could han coaching casualties of the
club president, announced to the Colts Sunday and make flares.
Cleveland beat dle. But when they finally broke 1964 college football
things Interesting In the title Washingtontwice season.
day.The and 34-24 the loose we haven't seen an avalanche !
27-13 ,
: ,
game Dickens, who learned his foot-
like that all
salary was not "Cleveland's Jim Brown National Football League sea- year
Collier leads the Browns Into McPeak said Baltimore red ballit Tennessee under the late
keeps them In the ball game, son. Baltimore thumped the
Municipal Stadium Sunday for said McPeak In WashIngton."He Redskins 45-17 in the final dogs about 20 to 25 times a Gen. Robert Neyland and took \J/Jt
over at Indiana In 1958, resigned -
the National Football League Cleveland'smore
really can do the Job. I game. game compared to
BaltImore his $17,5C0-a-year|) post Tuesday -
championship against think you have to run at Balti- "We' played Cleveland twice conservative eight or 10
Colts. more, but you need two to do when we were at full strength," times. Both did a good Job of and accepted a Job as general -
manager of Hoosier off-
i "I am delighted with the masterful that. Ernie Green Is a vastly said McPeak. "In the first game pass blocking. campus activities.His .
I Job Blanton has done for underrated back. It could be we outplayed them except for "Jim Brown Is In a class by
us since taking over as head very interesting." fumbles. In the second game we himself," said McPeak. "So is departure left four 1965 .. ....- \\\ ol1I
coach two years ago," Modell However, McPeak also sees played our poorest defensive John Unitas. Paul Warfield and vacancies among major college Ilti % \,\ w
said "His record of 20 wins, perils for the Browns they try game of the year. Still, Sonny Gary Collins\ have come on to teams. Navy, UCLA and Penn-
seven losses and one tie In to pass against the Colts' front Jurgensen got hot In the second match Baltimore's receivers. It sylvania also are seeking new \ j \ ;
the toughest football league In four. half and passed for somethinglike should be a real good ball coaches. HardIn quit as the ,
the world Is better than that of 'Baltimore' likes to turn loose 240 yards.'American game." Middles' boss after failing to
any of his contemporaries in the land an assistant athletic v : eA a? p
past two seasons" directorship at the Naval Acad- 4IL
emy. Barnes, anticipating the '
Collier, 28, was signed to a Bones Taylor GetsOilers' ax at UCLA, bowed out before '
three-year contract early In 1963 the Bruins' athletic board could 4t
when Modell fired Paul Brown .
fire him. Stiegman was sacked : ..
as head coach. The Browns' 74- after a series of -
losing seasons
1 record In 1962 was the second Grid Job cl at Perm. ,a 9 ww. a.o, ro.f 44
worst In the club's history, Including -
four years ((1946-1949)) In The four schools have Indicated '
the old All American Confer HOUSTON (AP) The Houston Football League teamIn ,..d' there will be no hlrlngs II
ence. The new contract will run Oilers have rearranged the 1960, until he was fired. Taylor until the National Collegiate ,
through 1967. is the fifth Oiler head coach Athletic Association meets next lll &JPlf1 Jlf
I chain of command among their i since 1960.Taylor month In Chicago.
"1 am most grateful for Art coaches with Hugh (Bones)
Modell' confidence In'me and Taylor emerging as field man- a native of Wynne, More than a dozen other
my staff" said Collier. "I sincerely Ark., was Baugh's favorite re- changes have been made since
hope that we can justify ager. ceiver In eight years with the the end of the regular season
his confidence In us, because be He replaces Sammy Baugh, Washington Redskins. The Hank Foldberg of Texas A&M shirts of only the finest quality
\ Is deserving of the very best. head coach until he decided last former end was called as an and Doyt Perry of Bowling
week the Job took up too muchof assistant when Baugh took over Green stepped out to devote fu3: label
"Frankly, my thoughts have his ranching! time. the New York Titans and again time as athletic directors. Gene and character earn this distinguishing :
been more upon the championship when he took over the Oilers BONES TAYLOR Stallings, a Bear Bryant aide at
game than upon what was Baugh will stay on as back- last summer. .to lead Oilera Alabama I last season, replaced
going to happen to me." field coach and former Oiler Foldberg and Bob Gibson took Cast I critical eye on Golden Needle Exemplify. Golden Needle quality It
head coach Lou Rymkus is expected Baugh said behind.the-desk I over for Perry. shirts to wi all then signs ot superb the "GN 720' shirt with its ill-over pit-
The Browns finished with a I .needle sle with !the tern of rich jacquard weivinj Decidedly
to be named as an assist duties of the head coaching position Knicks Hit tailoring: single vnj
10-4 record last season under Dr. Eddie Anderson, dean of costly plaquet facing V** stitching on tI individualistic. With the Mintrim con
Collier, second in the Eastern ant.The kept him away from his college coaches, resigned at collar and cuffs large,lustrous buttons. tour cut body and French cuffs In tin
Division to the New York Oilers thus would set a West Texas ranch too much and 50 Per Cent Holy Cmj after a 21-year No detail, has been overlooked to make favored Blake classic collar,
I, Giants. This year they won the record for former head coacheson were the cause of his giving upa reign. Mel Massucco replaced Goldin Needle the shirt for men who $695
division title with a 10-3-1 one staff, since Rymkus was contract which had a year to him. Bobby Dobbs, who coached Insist on the toes
record. _. the first head coach of the run. Win Contest Calgary of the Canadian professional -
league last season, took The GOLDEN NEEDLE designation means Ins finest of Manhattan. It Is given to a special
over at Texas Western after collection tailored with unusual and costly attention to detail in construction and fabric
Warren Harper departed. Chelo
ROAVICTOR The New York Knickerbockers Huerta left Wichita State and OTHER FINE MANHATTAN SHIRTS $5.00 end $5.95
whose victories come few
hooked on at Parsons, Iowa.
I and far between, have come up SOLD EXCLUSIVELY
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I CONSOLE STEREO cess. All they have to do to win to Bill Dole. Lehigh, IN N VILLEcJlireJdnmtJ)
in the National Basketball Association Dayton and Bowdoin are among AT
Is to hit on 50 per cent the other schools with openings.A .
their shots and display scoring I 225 W. UNIVERSITY AVE.

balance. new harness track will 1 l 1, Federal Lot
REDUCEDwith Free Parking on 1st
i The Knicks parlayed those open at Phoenix, ArIz., next

GUARANTEED I Ingredients, offset the ominous Jan. 11. ___ _.|' -
presence of Wilt Chamberlain
and went on to upend the San
15010 Christmas Francisco Warriors 124-118 In

Sacramento, Calif, Tuesday

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f' I COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -
OPEN 'TIL 9P.M. WED.CLOSED Jerry Walke is the new assist. r
at University
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4)0 CHRISTMAS EVE but one of his first
ventures had to do with coeds
Walke. who coached at Ohio
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football to the girls durIng -

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TED MEIER streak and no one knows when i Fred Hctzcl's 27 points led .:
Associated Press Sports "Write this one will end I Davidson to its victory over Virginia 'r, ,"
The UCLA basketball Bruin at Charlotte. Don David
There are major football coaching Jobs open at top school |are .oft on another! winning were Coach unbeaten Johnny in Wooden's 30 games boys las son and it and Dick Snyder added 22 \;:: 1 i .,:'" ..

like Indiana UCLA and Pennsylvania.To their the '
,Navy year !In march to na Vanderbilt knocked Miami of 'It'd.t.
date there has been no word that any member of the tonal collegiate championshipThey "
Ohio from the unbeaten ranks
University of Florida coaching itaft has received a feeler ..i : Barry Tops opened &this season with s i a with a come-from-behlnd nIB '' 'I: I ,

for any of the positions.And road defeat to Illinois, but since Ii$4 '"
victory at Nashville. A 18.0
the there is no Indication that any; have racked ,
by same token y On then up six straight "
spurt, led by Roger Schurlg'sfive
member of the current UF staff has tendered an appUcatioi Scoring victories.
field goals, erased an 1t-
for of the either.
any spots football-playing schools will itaj; t\ Their latest was a 84-75 con point Miami lead Over-all, (-
Generally speaking, top
close to home In the search for a new mentor. By that, 36.2 Mark qqest of Southern California at foot 9 Clyde Lee paced the Commodores
Los Angeles Tuesday night. Am with 25 points.
I mean an assistant coach er a head coach at a nearbj;
location with lome knowledge e f the conditions existing at TALLAHASSEE (APRid just as he did In previous Brigham Young romped to an

the school and the league la which It compete. CAP Win**** lo Wit I.nnTluy're Barry, the University of Mi triumphs over Indiana Slate, easy 112.71 triumph over touring ..dtaacWed.

at another ami's Hurricane, slowed down Arizona State, Oklahoma Slate, Ohio State at Provo, Utah,
"name" alumnus coaching ,. 13
Or, It might be a 0. 24,1164 Ia.
Both Stars pitted John Fairchlld's 24
school to a gale last week as his scoring Marquette and Boston College, by

approachsomeone ,, from 3T.7 i southpaw Gall Goodrich spearheaded points '
I would guess Indiana will go for a big name Ken Hatfield University of Arkansas back who average dropped -
already In the Big Ten at another school as an points per game to 36.2. the altack.Ov.rshadowed .
led the nation this year in punt returns takes time All-Amerlci

assistant or a head coach from a school In the Midwest will out from the Razorbacks' drills for a New Year'a Despite the cutback, the I-T f face Walt Hazzard a by Goodrich .

Navy with its myriad rules and red tape, probably Day game with Nebraska In the Cotton Bowl to chat continues to lead the na- has taken the year center ago of the Vols Seek

go for someone within the military ranks. with a friend, Karen Carlson. Alias Carbon Is reignIng tion's and Florida's collegiate stage with Hazzard's gradua

Miss Arkansas and was runnerup in the Mica basketball scoring as the season tlon. His brilliant passing am '

UCLA Hard to Figure America contest this year. heads Into the Christmas holi shooting doomed the Trojans,

days. He finished with 28 points Including A

Pennsylvania, still dreaming of grandeur with Its Ivy League FOR NORTILSOUTH COACHES three straight field Ranking

approach (no spring practice, for one), few scholarships,, I The University of Florida held goals that broke open the game
mentor to fill Its hot seat Barry to 25 points In Mlami'inarrow
etc, may pick a rising young in the first half.
That leaves UCLA. California Institutions have been noted Defense Proves I victory cw, the Gators, The victory of the fourth By KFLSO STURGEON: 1 Vols playing their usual tight

for catapulting from one end of the teeter-totter to the other but Barry's overall total of 290 ranked Bruins highlighted tiltpreholiday AmwxlNtrd Press Sport Writer defensive game, giving the SrmInolos -

I'd hate to hazard a guess as to where the Uclans' next heJd I points Is 143 better than his national card Tennessee, the only unbeaten few good shots at the

coach will come from. I nearest competitor, Dick Pusinsof Third-ranked Minnesota team In the Southeastern Conference basket So effective has Tennessee's

Certainly, there are three or four members of the Gator Problem Tampa. I whipped Chicago Loyola (9-73,, Is making loud overtures -' zone boon this season, Its

Biggest Puslns has put 147 points ninth-ranked St. Louis downed for a national basketball five opponents, have averaged "

I through the hoop. Kentucky 00-7 and lOlh-rankcd ranking. but St 4 points a game,

Barry connected on 101 field Davidson beat Virginia 88-74 In I The Volunteers, whose! strong The next stop on the schedule
MIAMI (AP) Coaches fo. winner John Huarte of Nato;'I goals in 188 attempts for a .S37xrcentage other games Involving teams in suit Is poise and confidence, for the Volunlerrs wilt be 'heFIIr

the North squad In the Christmas Dame at quarterback. In fact" : showing, and bucketed the Associated Press top ten. ,made It five In a row withouta West Classic at Eugene
Day all-star football gam the North is so rich In quarterbacks of 106 free throws for sound
88 out Playing at home, Minnesota loss by crushing a
Despite hitting better thnn SO
mixed defense that Roll 1 StlchwehArmy'
an planning a 'an\ (30 percentage. He also had an easy time winning Its Florida State tram (5-43 on a
cent of Its shots In
for the South strong acmepassers quarterback, has bees I nor moving
'cads all state players in rexiunds sixth straight against the Ramblers .I neutral court Tuesday night at
4 and fast receivers.It's i. converted to flankerback. to a :30-33 halftime lead, Kentudty'a -
with 139. from Chicago. Mel North- Memphis.In .
short! Wlldca's!
man-tc were no
combination of Indiana wll I
a The statistics, compiled and way and Archie Clark each other games, Vanderbilt match for the towering Billlkeni
and defense and a 101 alternate with Huarte. The t
man zone ceo White, sports scored 19 for the Go handed Miami of Ohio its tint
edited by Elgin points
: of St. Lads In the second half
will fall MichIgan of the backfield Is Gene
I burden on Fostei
staff who would make fine head coaches on their own. of the r. editor of the Florida Developmen phers.A tons of the w-ason, 74-Ui; Genegla Pat Riley who scored 23 points
Into State's Herman Johnson of Arizona Slate and Steve<.
would not be surprised If one or more of them pops Commission show Florida Jump shot by sophomore put on another display of and Tommy Kron, who tallied
defensive Murphy of Northwestern.
the picture at several of the schools who are hunting new a -foot-4 and size. ( Southern's Bob Bowman in third Bob Cole broke a (343 tie and strength by trouncing Clemson 21 paced the Kentucky offense,

t'r?r""i. with range, speed Johnson place with 143 points and Bill put St. Louis ahead for good ai 93-73; and Kentucky lout its acc Tie. loss dropped the Wildcats

North coaches the regard player who To He Honored Hester of Stetson fourth with the Billlkeni, enjoying the ond In a row, bow big to St season remrd, to .-1

as probably only has a 20 4 use court advantage beat Units 8073.Tenneoaee'a. It have
Game 126 points. Bowman was supposed to beat
The Playoff able to with tin '
will be stay BALTIMORE (API Dear Kentucky for the fifth time In victory over Floe\
South's Bob Hayes of Florida ) II average and Hester hai averaged a liHigh game (for Giioriia. piny.
Sunday in Chance, Los Angeles Angels' in years. ida Slat was Just a cane of the Ing without starting guard Lee
Tie professional football championship game A&M, the world's fastest human 1( points per game.
Cleveland, which will see former Gator Bernie Parrish playing who won two gold medals In the< right hander, will be honorei! Martin! but the Dullilogs' sror

for all the marbles, Is really a big thing. Olympics. Jan. 11 as the Major Leagm I Ing punch of Jerry Waller

There will be 338 TV stations and 230 radio stations on North coach Ara Parseghiai Pitcher of the Year at the lit Professor Howes Dwayne Powell and Jimmy 1

the hoookup, starting at 1:35: p.m. Sunday. of Notre Dame says Johnsoi annual Tops In Sports banquc Racing Pitts just overpowered the Tigers.

Thirty of the TV stations will carry the game hi Frenchto barely missed qualifying for UK sponsored by the Maryland .

Canadian areas. The game also will be seen In Hawaii Olympics himselfin the hum Professional Baseball Player The victory! Nt Georgia witha

on a delayed basis. dies. "He'i fast," Parseghiai Association Decides To Call It Quips J-l season retard.Vanderbllt .
CBS paid $1.8 million for the rights to televise. When Already designated winner t' got stone outstanding
the money Is broken down, plus the expected (0,000 crowdIn Coach Paul Dletzel of Arm;] the Cy Young Memorial Award I offensive play from Clyda

below-freezing weather the payoff to the winning team's also is worried about Hayes Chance won 20 games while losing NIS NISSEN all prize. I I Howes has ownd sports\ lee and] Roger St-hurlg to come
be about $8,000. With some $5,000 to "We have mon nine last season and led the By from It points brhlnl In thefirst
players is going to lofty, But he says, EditorA lie drove his own Porch cars by the donna, including
American League with 11 shutouts Assistant Sports half to whip Mlnml of Ohio.
the losers. than one man to watch. roadster In the Class 2 competition ..(two Volkswagen, two Perch -.
Last year Chicago Bears' kicker Bobby Joe Green, a He had In mind Jerry Rhome, and a 1 (S earned-run aver ,colorful relations II I p between and then switched this I s, three MOi. a Pan hard.| EC twins' are Ml* until F'l-

Gainesville resident in the off-season, had a check for about the South's record shatterlnc Brad Howes and spurts wilt's Austin Cooper 'fm (Fremh), three Flats and i day night/ and those only Tenne

$8.000 as his share. passer from Tulsa and N.,,'. age.Vols car racing I'I In the process the Sedan run."They're Triumph\ I set and Tulun will be In actkm.,

There are 14 Big Ten players and 13 Southeast Conference Skip Orr. Butter of being severed lie also has rated such unusual The Vola open' play In !the F
la the title fine receiver and i the only two can l/ilu West Classic and' Tulnnt meets
representatives game. "Orr is a Thrills have been plentiful cars as an OSCA,
Cleveland this season with Roger StaubacJ I have now," Howes said aAhi < Stanford at Palo Alto
Parrish, incidentally, topped he's the guy during the past 10 years that and Cooper-PoriK
four pass interceptions returned for 98 yards and one touchdown likes to throw to," Dietzel said. FSU 65-43 Howes hat driven cars of all ,. referred to the Au tln-Coop. Howes said I the secret to

a 54-yard runback. He'll be much in the picture for Staubach Is the South's startIng descriptions In hundreds of er as a "silly, little red car, winning sports car rates 11 LadiesViti

the Browns Sunday.Bill quarterback.North I :But I'm planning Id sell then, 'by' driving very smoothly I

coaches have another MEMPHIS Tenn. (AP-Ten) races.He has taken home more two cars ,that are capable 01 The fellow who spins his

vexing problem to worry about nesset drove through FloridaStale'a than 300: trophies Including.competition so I won't b< wheels and alldcs out on corn AI
shuffle offense to Iti Keystone
Holmes' 608 finding someone to kick off. the National Championship and tempted. mrs lin't going to win. Th.I'1wh.at
Says Parseghlan: fifth straight basketball victory,,, P.I A. International events. I Howes has thoroughly enJoyed makes It such a good

"II.. bard to believe but we (3-43, in a game at Memphis of Florida his years of racing, callIng aport." KEYSTONE HEICIITSKlvtInillri
the University
don't have anybody who kicked Tuesday night i of building conIitruction H a relaxing hobby, "I 1 1 II* aim said It Is very Important were winner In the Keystone

off for his team." The defeat left the Seminoles professor has decided to call It in la ged In the genllcman'i that the crane and Heights Golf dub wom
Leads IndustrialBill several players with a 4-4 season mart ho said en's weekly tuurniment held I
Parseghian got and retire to the role of capes of the sport, rules be set up to avoid anyone .
kick off cram The contest played on a neutral quits recently It was a nine bole
taking a adviser, offering help to\ tnthuiiastlc lie explained hat sports car plating hlnuelf In a dangerous .
court was a defensive bat distant. accuracy Invitationil -

Holmes of Cannon Insurance -,Ken had a (43 best game. course.the North's use of the tle. Tennessee's disciplined of. young drivers.Howes racing requires more perch situation. from lourmunent
But Caiwivllle therefore lessening Brad llowtt la retiring
to lion than speed,
rolled a 608 series Tuesday i George Cappe of Farm Bureau crying towel neglects to mention fens outscored the Florida came from Wilmington the dangers. "You have''the driving phase of sports Wlnnws were Mrs. AJ I I. a
last August I
and Jim Unebarger, Ga will mount Slat shuffle tactics. only Onikas, accuracy: hoi No. 2;
offens It "
night In Industrial Leagui the potent Del., when h. reilgned lo finish a race to win It, h. car racing, but he's sure toktrp
tor Plumbing led the Sunday Helsman Trophy The Volt defense seldom gave lies K: F Alkeit accuracy:
headed by the bong time association]
at Palm Lanes. He hat with DuPont \0at.art laid. "And If you goof the
play 'Mixed loop with 554 aer le s. the Seminoles a good shot at the a position I hoi No. I; Mrs. P. E. Men.
fin with the going In sum
\ bit
In leaching least little sport
games of 200218.192.Ray George Hunter. Team No. I,, basket Tennessee controlled a new career you capacity, len, dlntani*, No. I; and !Mrs.If .
Scats the backboards and raced to a Howes has competed In one ish. E. No. ..
Dollar, Pepper Printing, had a 214 single game best. 1,000 and -- I Huuty, dI.tanct.
27 1( lead at the half. race since coming here, I A him'hton inserting also waowill

had a 584 and Jack Tomllnson, Ruth Cappe, Farm Bureau, Left for FSU, Larry Mclotosh led the Vols he swept honors In the Gainesville at Ih* horn of Mfl. T, J.

Cannon Insurance, had 579' paced the women with 504 on Game with 1( point and A. W. Davis Sports Car Club's "lI..tInd lasses Jr on lake "an.Th .

Claude Thomas, Pepper PrIntIng -[1(4-200-140 with the 200 to P Oklahoma WU clean behind with 12. Flortia Hound" event. I1lluLflhJV Keystone club also had]

rolled a 22$ single garni game. Joyce Nachtrieb Moose, Almost !,! State scoring honors were He captured first place I In .I "Don't Shake the ChrUlmatTre
i sedanclass
had 470.Team. claimed by Jerry Shirley with both Claw 2 and tile *" tdurnameiii and a Drop
best. for the 20th,
000 tickets remain the day'slatest -
and posted
No. 1 had a 2X8 series football II Gary Schull waa runnerup 1- .. :Jut tourney recently
annual! Gator Bowl claim bit Mice KeoeL ws.wMy ee eery M I
Gainesville Sun had a :3041 and an 844 best game. Barbara Florida State and. rlth 10. time to "acM aa a. ... IsMw "'K_ MM M. F.xui. H MioIWMIW Winners of the Drop Out
game between .._ On'I."rr. ., .. ( .. ,
series and Cannon's rolled a 1..1 Holmes mad the $-7 split and Oklahoma. II. Mow/I&_se.M 0e oswwno se.ne w.e.e ti. ,_ aC ,vent were Mrs Joan Wright
.. l.a 5.01.0 sr. ntN w the Seus. ..In in nine hut two
e..W group
;Jack__ Van Leer. 410. mad : I
081 best game. n I The announcement was ._ MckMii ... Iwl D.* 'I Iraae.rt -
CB President Ash Verlander ....,..,e ao.omo ... ever L- se e..s.e M illtf'l before dropped from par
John Benyo AlbUtt Insurance by Mr M :. e.no. re, Yse..wie I ind Mn. Alri Drokas, i -ale
: all tickets were returned U. w w..wrer eo..ierosw.we
and David Sayre, PlggH! Chi Chi GetsTounlcy after achoota .. [coup, six holts before dropjiedmm
from the competing I e5. My. ta, IM .
made the 5 oT! : r
Park splits.Restaurant, I BidI This is a great we win sala have so f.r a Cage l'ro rani I (solacee.raLe'.w.... .I I In the par White Elephant lour
and I am sure
Jim Redden, Gainesville Sun, sellout," said Verland I In High (far 1'Win......MM OMIXM,.. tv* MUM... e..r.we M v, anent, gifts were .whang.
ANGELES (AP) Spot obtain fin the batU of low net stand'
,I a-
aeries with handicap Tickets call Is III
had high Leagu play way .
o's.n so O v' tov.r'w..a
695, to wm a Christmas turkey [son of the Los Angeles Open on through the mail from the Gator 4 4as fr the Boys' Club a.UtIII" program .._ 051'sr.www..r I.....
Jan. 7-11 announced today thai Mo Ira It N The mm alien! sponnired a
for 11 E.rOl'lythe .
went to Holmes Bowl Association.: already
Others with over W boy 5.'r oil Cl.w.w h
Chi-Chl Rodriguez the diminutive Jacksonville. Fla Y ..-... 1110"_ .1lto (tirlttinsi tournamrat-Ladi
131. It. I
Mi and Tomllnson tans In fuut
a awlgnH' to
will beamong nd MM Strttun Styl* Blind
Puerto Picas .
ticket and a .
Mad 16 for each III It
Royal :different Iraipw Boye 1 Iwert M L_ ._..
Joe Sommest led the the golfers entered In' q M Draw Two-Ball
for the or'
fee ..
23 cent handling ,._ w
to tilt 1IoJt'I
Crown Classic\ League with aiEi the first tournament of 1X5.CblChl t'J to report o.r. cry wso c.e'' It I Willy Mulftoffer and LouU*

for the four games. H. rolled who finished ninth bi derFSlTi Semlnotes plan to I Club today to be cUMlfkd. --. .. C_ w- u...ns (:Utlop\ fired/ a 3d to lake low

2I -234-zu..lM. Elmer Broad 'money winnings with more than JackjDovill from their 1 Captain and alternate captains -. ... no lw... u h01s I,.t first place honors, and
well and Larry Levin both bad $32,000 this year, win pin Masters Tallahassee motor born on Dec 20. sleeted I In the OH an a,. lu-.. ,'klci l Brukai and TM dies 1
809s. BroadweU hit 21JW9Z-I champion Arnie Palmer, Oklahoma will make a fcnt Midget/ LMgur- ixut* >..<..Tom mt 'b.d MS for tatatA place,
119. Levin toppled 231 2M-2M 'Open champion Ken Venturt to Jackson.tula I University CIt, Klwanl. Victor a.- w.... alas OM* M. M I Rocky Mangita and Odfll
trip of It. arrWng vi .,.,
w'si e.
its \Briton Open king Tony Lema by charter airliner at I'. n Mean and Kevin WOUam,: ....... __ If monks were first \\n low groan

and PCA btkholder Bob Ntdiols & GalncsvUIo UMW Rnbnt Ing _.. saw w.e '-. r legs 42, ami Clar.nc Porchnd
and w. r.nw
had 7* p.m.GGDec.21. 1. nw5.le'
Frank Pitta a the Rancho Park :man and Joe Flnh; Florida w. Fay Hangvla follow ell
at ala ash Ie fotba
oa :
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Suereth had Tickets! are :.
$ .aeie.y
Ed Suereth had 19 'I[course in Los Angeles.LaRu& Bowl basketball tout. oi.a i!Xatkmal. Jimmy Biamhi am .... .... .. '"ata1L irth 44.aaaa .

a 14 single' game Ugh and Warren I MmeBt Gator stated Dee.89-30 tatbiJackJoevBe Chub' Thaw: Moose Lodge, -was ..s t sss--..-...."......... "...............aiy.i
Carson Back Coliseum. The Riley p..a and Larry Lane II-

I 5o I cheats art B.J and $2 and cat berry; Sperry, Joe Wright and

Set I j b* bought from tilt same address. Darren James; First Malta!. MERRYCHRISTMAS

\Vit1i Lakers Georgia play Tens and S Tommy Brtky and Dank

Florida aeries Make Forest h : Harding; Float Ftdnal, Nike
Money RefundBOSTON ANGELO (AP) Forard + !
i LOS lie opening round. Tb wta Kirby and IpMdy Crwby.Eachang I
Rudy LaBusso Is slated to, DMpUyfcrth.BtUtath.Hllannul 1 I Club. Dnny Sn...

(API The Bata. retool the Los Angeles Latin event the ant maing, .amt and Bubo Duk; Ctom WE WILL BC CLOSED
Patriots mad a sad announc' tonight whea Its National Basketball Bank. Desk Hanks and Phillip ..!
silent today. The Americas Aaodattoa) club takes
Riders Keithsifts SAT.
VhJttlngtoa THRU
Football league team "iD gar Philadelphia Tiers at the MetA on Rise :
oa t>* ( and Jot ....art: Tea
processing ticket refunds Monday Sports Anna.Tht nr. Jimmy /lower and Juts e W. Will Re.Ope" Mon.

lot tile championship pane jt Laiers kan4 earlier KCW YORK (AP) Fh MM!*; aro..n... IU1 Inonantod

It didIImaY.. Dug week Hut LaRiMM's afl- members of tie Meta had tbdr NN .rr.... /Maw.I David Spatcbng: alert Dec. 2Sth ,

Tha Patriots sold thousand meet was merely a eontmfcaM best auk* kagitt ***** .*I taoglaa ant Dale Mitt OMrgm .

tickets to>> tile AlL cMzpmaIIIp 1 yn.lvcg as totory.bay that It M the wages hat year 'They were Beat FSU Dornl Pelt awl Bradley I PERRY McGRIFF CO.
playoff wide San Duets I hers dI star *" IIItfer1q Chria ean.t aN (ill). loa T........ gvaxd a.. ,WM y grab a rlM.a4 InT lUfclk: Buffalo BIO. Sirius

Dee. 31 but they tat out oa ito I 1M .ucelrl Hunt .JOt Jw Christopher M *.MUr _'-lit.. W-4J rag wits. .y ta* isle ewer Water and Larry llankry: 313 I t Univ. Are. fR 2.2S6ot

jam berth wins Net,:.troaI beep kaa cut1myMm U Krantpml JS1 and JlasHjckaw bering FWida Au,.. Wldar a* ,.U."ly gwrdta ky ratrkiU Joe James and Wit-I. '

were Watt III by Boffaklul .[gyjM sis to eight *****. JS1. 8!.aibMl few MaJatn (M) u4 Jerry Shirley (ll). Ham Trahi. ey
Sun**. from )

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15 Goinetville Sun Wtdneiday, December 23. Ivo4
bumped his head Into the unanimity rule i
and after three matchless Is that time This reporter
quit only seasons.
enough to merit Immortality? year ago in campaigning for Luckman because one voter had
j II Picking Best Pro Grid What adds to the complexities of selection Is that the game seen Sid only at the tag end of a notable carter and was
has changed so radically over the years. The specialist have unimpressed. Yet Luckman has the architect of the Chicago
taken charge and old standards have lost validity in tryingto Bear attack at a time when he exploited the I. format'un
measure the past with the present. A Lou Groza now with such stunning impact that it revolutionized
kicks four field goals in a game and does nothing but kick the classic 7M play-oH victory over the emirs
It was
II Stars Is a Real Test whereas a Paddy Driscoli of yesteryear also booted four lport.that led to the abandonment of the old single wing and tile
In a game 50-yard drop-kicks, no less and was the universal adoption of the T.
ball carrying sensation as wen, tile entire spearhead of was Friedman, the man who show-
the attack. An even earlier pioneer
Shut Hark fftmra Friedman, Joe Guyon, Keith Molesworth and Fritz Pollard, ed the true potentialities of the forward pass as a great ot.fenslve .
to name only few? How do football today would be nothing without
a they appraise the second time weapon. Pro
I NEW .YORK They lUnd In the wings, each wondering group with men like Cliff Battles, Arnle Herber Tuffy They Were Ancient MarvelsHow it
If he will get the call. The lucky few will be ushered Into the Lccmans, Sid Luckman, Jack Manders, Ace Parker, Glenn
I'' Pro Football Hall of Fame at Canton, Ohio, late next summer Prcsnell and Ken Strong'! do you compare such ancient marvels as Tuffy Lee- Sorting out the backfield candidates will be a mighty involved -
as full-fledged Immortals. But selection time Is almost upon All the moderns have thus far been shuttled aside Into the mans, Ken Strong and Sid Luckman, who also played de- But wait until the linemen are tossed Into the
i the special committee of 14 experts who will assemble at the fense, 'with such I i Doak Walker, Steve Van Buren and Otto problem.
anteroom, figuring that best stew to a furious boil.
they can afford to wait. Should will bring the selection
to evaluate the most deserving. Graham who didn't? pot That
Canton shrine next Monday
of them
any finally tapped?! All have impeccable creden
I It will be a titanic Job. tials. On the list are such as Charlie Conerly, Bill Dudley, Ii _- _
I The election Is without any ground rules-except one. Each Otto Graham, Pat Harder, George McAfee, Marion Motley,
; choice must be unanimous and getting such agreement from Steve Van Buren, Norm Van Brocklin, Doak Walker and ii
this committee Is an epic in aggravation. Yet such exclu- Bob Watcrfield. '

How does the committee treat a certain guy on the middle r"r
Sports of wl1r {11neeItr !; list, a fellow who now Is a justice on the United States Su-
preme Court Byron White. As Whlzzer White he bla i e d
.\BTlII It "I.EY across the gridiron firmament, a ball carrier of rare magni\ I
slveness adds to the strength of the hall and gives added stature licence and skills who was a leading ground gainer and an 1 ) %
to those gaining admission. all-league selection. But he let himself get distracted by law
This will be the third election. The charter members were
picked in the first one, a wondrous collection of superstars DRESS UP YOUR I CAR Sfe OUTSTANDING I VALUE
whose glamor and appeal and glittering achievements sent FREE OF
pro football rocketing Into orbit. AH 17 selected had contrib CHARGE
uted vastly to the gridiron legend from the fabulous Jim f
Thorpe through Red Grange, Bronko Nagurskl, Don Hutson va.a ; r
and along the line to the youngest of the phenomenons, sling- Ma 12-inch oms
In'Sammy Baugh.A ,
year later a concentrated effort was made to Induct a L'P
batch of old timers before they were forgotten and Ignored. <
Seven more were named, too few a number but the only ones Custom Door-To-Door Carton
who could cross the practically impenetrable barrier of un or Hi-Fi '*"'"U >f )
animity.Where do we go from here? CAR FLOOR MATS of 6LIGHT
Dick McCann, the dynamic director of the Hall, has Just RECORD ALBUM
sent out I tentative guide list to aU committeemen, Including .....,, ."** I BULBS
the fellow writing this. He has broken his roster Into t h e molitod rubbr..Eidtwv OutntendmcmiMio fMturmffiordon houwhnld .bulb
agreed upon three time periods from 1920 to 1933 when the *Cnrdil" 449 7 McR a., $ t\ OBi. .. h 60 W.1JW* .
championship play-offs began; from 1933 to 1943 when the .Uni..". ftt- Mirth.Wright.Robert %* L I law! W). PKk.,. ;'to
two platoon system went in effect, and, lastly, from 1943 IN lull eotiWir.Btack.. .,Ho, M M Coralli P Un.Franco .and .Bnvuhw.,.stoop nnvmiml.. 71.a V
to the present. These reflect the changes In the game but they WithSERVICE ... red whiU. the Columbus&)ctwir.
I !f also add to, rather than subtract from, the puzzlement of a
I those faced with casting their ballots.

Take the Hacks Alone Mr. Merchant:

The Selectors certainly will not bypass the linemen but
More bad debts and worthless checks will
the average fan will! get a truer appreciation of the Inherent I between now and Chrutmm than during the originate entire TIRES
difficulties of making the selections If only backs are dis- rest .f the year. (
cussed here. At least he Is more familiar with them.
Can the committee continue to skip past such vaunted pioneers Moat such losses can ba .availed In a few second
from the first time period as Paddy DriscoJI Benny time, by clearing every credit application through
Notional Credit Exchange, Inc

Wright Lends In Earnings National Credit Exchange /f j Buy Now for ,1Ir

CINCINNATI (AP) Mickey I The Dallas Tex., golfer won (COLLECTIONS)
f'' Wright collected $31KO in 1984:W,800 in official tournamentsand Phone 376-45U or 372-5301 SAFE HOLIDAY
ij to become the the top money $2,120 in non-sanctioned J SAVE!
I tourney*, Leonard F. Wlrtz TRAVEL ,
winner In the Ladles Profession (Offered as a Free Public Service for the 5th .
tournament director .
t al Golf Association for the]JLPGA, announced today.of She the COIII'CUtYfor/ .) i t Discontinued 1964 u: .ti -

straight year. won 11 official tournaments. tread
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selection of sizes +
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Wednesday. December 23. 1964 Gainesville; Sun 17 I


'. I Wlrat's yep tnblcmP It* a.". I Ir THE SHEEP 'LL RXLOUJ, AND itil 600E i fM A JUDO CHOP;

: A Bonfire? ? rat I rt,ly wNee M Akky Ira un PRETEND I'M 6UIOINwl/OU I.

I....., Hilt.' C.l.fOItJ., sad '

Iclu4o' o t.\:-*.......i -."' ,.d t aAbigail .
.4t' mr Van Burcn
J- -, ".1.! ,.. Abky moans .11! ", .iL


and DEAR ABBY I have gone with this young man for a year DEAR ABBY: My husband is always telling old Jokes. BIG DEAL?' NO SEWSE HANGiN' eLALPSlf M3U FAO/f/SO-1 AM GONNA i

M have decided to be married He told me that he wants Should I, or shouldn I, laugh! Not only that, but he tells the IT'LL BETHEOH AROUND HLRE PHONY(! THERE H (( tlQUMV NOD VrtTVWASN
me to make i big bonfire before we are married and I am to same old Jokes to the same people His feelings are easily THANK"t': SAME OLD NO MOREL.' 'T KJO CHRISTMAS i WV QUADRUPLE
throw in all my old scrapbooks, letters, pictures and all the hurt, and I wouldn't Intentionally hurt him for the world. s IT'LL BETH. /4UMILIATTN' PRESENT FOR ME ON WHAMMY:!

reminders of my past romances He agreed that he would But I can see when he starts to tell a joke that everyone has !/3 f HAPPIEST CHRISTMAS A THAT

do the same, but he hasn't nearly the stuff to throw In that heard it before and he Is boring them When the "joke" Is CHRISTMAS FOR CORNER'

I have. Abby, what do you think of this Is this a general over, he gets a few polite little laughs and he is laughing :" Ii

practice before marriage? Personally, I would like to keep harder than anybody What should I do, if anything* l

these reminders of my past good times. SENTIMENTAL NOT LAUGHING DAUGHTER

DEAR NOT: Tell your husband that Ills jokes, though amusing 1i
DEAR SENTIMENTAU: It Is lot a general practice, but to those who have not heard them before, are growing i

U you were sure of your feelings for him you wouldn't question whlnkrrs for those who have-Including you. But be gentle I lean wlt7w.

It. Tell him you'd like a little lets belt and a little more about It. He may be boring others, but be Is obviously wowing c ?

light on the subject. He obviously is plagued by Insecurity. himself. And not everybody can do that. rf "" -, -- .. Mr Morse
Wail until you know him better before you go for the match. -y \

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have just received a wed- '..r. NARY A WORD NO.MA'AM- Hold DID VE BAD

DEAR ABBY' Will you please Inform brides.to.be that most ding Invitation We have never met the couple who are to .'y. AWW-JUGHAID FER THREE TH*VERY LAST THINS BEAT HIM!

churches have rules and regulations about wedding pro- be married Our only connection with them Is that the groom's U iy AIM'T SPOKE TO ME DAYS ? HE SAID TO ME \WUZUL -* i' ..-I----
cedure* I mother lives across the street from us I have a ""avl g" RACEME HOME _
am tired of these young girls who come waltzing J IN THREE SOLID
acquaintance with her and her husband, but my husband l.D
Into my office to tell me what kind of "scmaltzy" songs they doesn't even know who they are. rn DAYS1

are going to have in the ceremony and all the other frills and Doesn't an Invitation to the wedding ceremony and reception JI JIown.
gimmicks that are not in keeping with the church's long-
call) for a wedding gift I fool that the only reason we
standing ritual. I've seen weddings ruined because brides 1-
Invited would
were was for the present they hoped we bring
have Insisted on having tiny flower girls and rlngbearers, I resent being taken advantage of. To avoid being hypocrite, r

against. the advice of their clergymen Please, Abby, ask are we not entitled to decline the Invitation* How should this -
brides to-be to Include the clergyman while making their wed be handled* u _
ding plans instead of TELLING him what they are going to FEELS PUT UPON enz +
do in HIS church. _

METHODIST MINISTER IV DEAR FFFLS: Decline the imitation and send the couple

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA a congratulatory card
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Wednesday Evening but educated In the Eur Spy Who Got I Cold" 10:30: O CD (Color) What's 4 -
5:00: 0 Wells Fargo opean tradition.o il a spoof on espionage This Song! 1- ILL SAM NOTHINO5Tltl BKAUM WWHIAOISALLSMJUANDNO [ THE MAN WHO wane me YIM1N1]


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1:3.: 0 Newscop (Color), "Yellowstone Kelp and Gwen costumed 10:55 0 CD News I Mef aRYSOMeTHINOSPOILYOUII MtAIJr I AND M'NT WOOS YOU OlVf BUT IT WASN'T
World Civilization ly" (19591) When Kelly Is as rag dolls cast I a Ide 1100 CJ OMMGOWTOftCSTASYArTHtSIOtlTCPYOU
p m Cont'nlraUon "
1:55: m (Color I News, captured by S. y a pi, a In favor of newer toys 0 Andy Griffith / YOU ao too//

Weather, Sports Sioux brave, and brought 10:30 0 Compass 11 l1t5 0 Parade o I
Industry on L
o Agriculture Films to the Indian camp, he (Color) Jacksonville Unl 4 1 'I I
11:30 0 CD (Color) Jeopardy i t.
1:00: 0 News, Sports laves the life or a young verally presents Its a n- 0 l\lcCoYI 31r
Weather maiden. Clint Wa I k er, nual Christmas program
1:00 O In (tColorl) SlY When 1
o Sunshine Almanac Edward Byrnes, J ohsI U:" 0 0 News, Weather, 0 Love of Life e1
Russell Ray Din ton, I Sports 1
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1:311: 0 m News Rhodes Reason, And r. D (Color) News, Weath 12:15 O Geology; 107 t

o News MartIn, CI.ude 1 Akins er, Sports U::S O News I'1/' 1H
o Exploring Numbers (Two hours) 115: O Movie 12:30 O Search for Tomorrow n I
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700 O Deputy 0 Dick VIII Dyke 'Magic Town." ((1947) An B m Truth ortonarqurnces
o Survival "The Alan Brady S how enterprising researe her iII 1, : Acs oraRTNa .: avr'iN \
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o What's Nrw-Childr.n Presents" I Christ m a e"International works out a method for IMS O 400W H/ osot +aI
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Magazine" show featuring m u Ileal getting rich quick but 0 Visiting Spanish 1 M. .arse.Tb.acQMR o GAW O Ylucg I H, s, '1. 4f vawbVoej
show the activities 0 f performances by Its reg- the situation gets out or Neighbors Mrs AN A AU ,a TNroR Las (
youngsters living In naWars and staff writers. hand In the midst of his ..a stawaaoas'4
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tions affiliated with the 0 Film Feature experiment James Stewart -

European Broadcast 1 n g "The Christmas Pal n t- Jane Wyman, Kent 1.00 O Midday J.t
Union Ing" An artist finds that Smith, Ned Sparks. (One 0 Film I sQ4

CD Wan led-Dead or the true spirit of Christ.- hour. 4S min.) O News, Weather
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"Elght Cent R. w aid."+ to lnvas Carmn I.IS O Elementary Spanish .

Young laddie Stone gets m O2zle .nd Harriet THIRSDATMorning O Focus S
a brilliant idea Hire Josh In this rerun from 1958, and Afternoon 1:30 n As the World Turns ..Molf

to bring In Santa Claus O2zl's plans for a quiet, I M O Sunshine Almanac 0 Humanities C41B w Iu ;,: '

730 0 m Vtgisiau relaxed Christmas 10CGlorl t;IS B Sunshine Almanac Christmas Chorus -- -- _..
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slanders camped on the "Who Killed the Swinger /CD Gospel Music t:00 O Password! VOU. .UM...OWN A COW, -I OWN ANO CATTLI.Rf NO SAel MR.eiAAR 1 MILK! w catUemen'1 grazing lands, on a Hook!" Go u rmet 1:45; O Pastor Study B Loretta Young r* MH* eWLAetne! I petition: fNtM, WNLN L Nest A DAB &w vrr. emit yT NOW, sunelir
and then learn the Alexander Cubiti II ID (Color) HI, Neighbor CD Special For Women THAT H WHAT rate All a1, CtUw T -
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gaily through the manunsavory rnhlon-h angipulations ; Today 11111
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il'ov. Guest cast Includes, stars are Dick Clark, 7;OS O Ranger Hal 1:01: O T. Tell Tin TraihO

James Dunn, A r tb ur Gloria De Haven, J. nil 7:50 O Local News, Weather ID A.ihcr World r I II

Space, Martin West and( Paige Don Ricklea and 6:00: O Captain Kangaroo t:21 O News
Roy Engel. Leif Erlcksoll. I 00 B Divorce Court I:M e (Color) Yo. Doa'l Say

o Mister Ed 0 Portrait IIf a Season O Bachelor Father O Edge .f Night

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Hints From Heloise 5 I: ;-n... 1 y

I a\a3. .5oaf I' $d 'T4 Ct sit'GM al 1 TO S TOlO oo tbAEif OKAVMOM rr a : i iMM sue 1W 1' 1

$ Ii pl 110 W ttOl.R AiOIRIA / I
Dear Heloise.( {stains on shellac or lacquer I had o. Seiko, lei dill be ",Dear Heloiset : a'4 tlJA tiro Ml RIWDN,1 rM/

down oui' finishes generally are white, '"... to check ,.... Carhl- a oar wtwrdrcr ial A
When we took M
finishes tree cwUiarr pit ( find It wssteful to discard 'V4
varnish they *
TO ,
wt! while on yeai
last 1111I.
Christmas tree year
had leak.''are, dark I MW If at !leaksEver though I i the remains of Jars of baby 02 C.i G'of.[ r JhcK
found the container food 02 1 .. 4xa0 JrrD
method that works ef .. feeding my Iwe- /
white stair i Another/ to pot a piece plastic .dntnrtold lr
K, and left a big II her maximum of
equally will on shellac or:the fwitawrr before poorlng hi
hardwood floor e. rM
pa our tablespoon of the fruit er *eg- -
11acqu<<-lIn1i1led bard woodlfIoorS die water rmeetathe awat'em .
My husband took my tor' ) ki to we a blotter In' are peat ruble. Now, I divide the con- -
and a One piece of cloth (per combination with beat to absorb -i lasts bite Indivrffcial pU tie tr1;...
valet and went to work bn. the moisture: T h e heat i Aid oar Uimki to Mr. Mil'foe cube cortainers, which: 1 then j;* :' tar kls, ''...".. ,""I" put to the freezer '.. r Il tlF10.5
media tehjf, 'I from the iron produces a reac- HeldDear .. -
He laid the cloth on the sprt l I ttMi causing the moIsture to Every by I defrost one cube
and Just ironed with a med,migrate to the warm surface I e of the particular foods I wantto

tun-warm iron (wool setting I of the blotter, HtIo M' feed her. This not enh/ saves ;

presto ao more white stair i i A third remedy to reported, A friend ef mme who Is the 011 the land, M it sUe allows: ; t7.o atavf_Tt((5e iAUra r1; iAILY A evxv tot Kfvrt am riM9 \
aw a ArvoerroX A ivoeLp COMA MM A IAVOR. inu
U Department of Agirultire A .000 MX SD MV* tMMfMWy I
oa our floor 11U' |grandmother el identical: lout for greater variety. (- Dot Men *** I K1 MM40MTMC .NW MM W crOivusTWTLNI s0ra' ace
I (ArrA N Nat. M spec a win
Constant Reads Handbook Its 24:girls, told me that when the L 1Sv Dee' 40 iGte SGM / xr,. r. J. Griffin
We mashed. Ike Nan***I 'wood Floors for DwclUnp '(vie were iramuted. one bad I 4 Msr '. l4Aaie Mace Moran. Ar >N4r OTUMl .il'RI wKD .. kit A eOCO sow! ni sin
Leaser Maaifacftartog A .':n states that white spots to the vaccKutiu. done en Iks.rent Nt alw0.1Jn MM. ActaroGLlO' A a00r icg we.uona.pra

Mia**, art fern's heir a*" ihellae finishes made from. + arm and the other CtUs'girt (
mmtt whit wafer can be taken Dear HeWeeWtat :
avow: on the HI arm.j
Dear HeloiseConstant ; out by rabtwuj DiMly wit*j Ne chance of the atria being I grWwf leftover roast

Readers seethes I II soft cWfc mowtemd with mixed apt and the recipe calto far

of removing eater station tr.enidea.ttavd alcohol diluted haBUna ': J JLWI chopped ... I grind any ..i
:f wlfll water However
.. .... liners watt SN and aa too along with the meat Thin
W!.k SMlkrr kadef d ..pc
must be card ks work-i ,
for beat and a percale tWto ctuWM I :[way the eMns I* e** lr sniiedihrwhaa :
won the alcohol. atoidrcuturg that! FBI onto ael ears
pond procedure but till af ( fte meat, and Olen,|
the shellac coating and Wdkr IadSM..ortiytwto | '
V the floors am 1 lao *t Ikuce adds flavor Ala
,... g *. {" sWer C t* ear ewe, rr
ruusk and ON noartan Ume.
shellac Hugh. J. Mufiav. Mgr.MCIItr ADMITS I: [ N'"I 1 -
allowed to In.
lat snt bees 3/olRart, j Miner IntormatMi Dept I .MM Jess(. I : .......
to toe long a pelted

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I CAPE KENNEDY CTa. (AP) -- -. earth about five miles Ma.61tIS.a .
When Santa Claus makes hit 25 miles thick. the SUN e Ne w rn.I1w

chlmney-to-chlmney goodwill Path Cluttered With .a,1 a .rand ,I

The orbiting objects .... ... asevl53s
Journey Thursday night he may 4 "' .11. .
find that resembles remain of more than I Tnvd. InfonMtM. I
space a HOSPITAL Ruthie Mae Dickerson. -! 4 SPKM Hotlc
Satellites JunkThese I Dampier,
at rush hour. Space
freeway of hardware ? .WtrlillI ,
Dee 22 19(4<< .
He might be wise to equip his I needles and Transit I *** "'- Child Cdr.P .
: T. 0. AnTMnn
sleigh with control Jets or retrorockets Ishot FOCUS
Into apace by and Mrs. Stuart Par. Accident Roundup T* IK
he and his reindeercan rocket
10 are satellites dead and(navigation satellite "
States and Soviet 830 NE 1st. St., a girl,; Involved in accidents reported I
maneuver through the Jamof alive burned out rocket which disintegrated in 1961.
satellites and ; Sputnik 1 was Mrs. James L. Tom- during/ the past 24 hours by

fast-moving casings and fragments of metal If Santa doesn't want to become 28 NW Mth Terr., a tin Gainesville Police 'Depart- AUTOMOTIVIUAlrplMW
.pace Junk" orbited by man. which have fallen off satellitesor 1957.Of ment and the Alachua County Stm-ltentl. *
The latest count shows there he'd detour ; Mr. and Mrs. Adrian TIME
pincushion the .
rockets. They are widely larger pieces Sheriff's Office were: 71 Tntcln lor Ml
are 297 man-made objects racing scattered and Santa should have around the band of Project West 259 belong to the Rt 2 Box 228A a Ellsworth A. Appleby Jacksonville n Trucks Wml.d.

through space at altitudes little trouble around 38 to the U.S.S.R. ; Mr. and Mrs. James E. Robinson H TrKtori ft Truck Rwltto.
weaving Ford needles. These are and Joseph V.
from 100 miles to several ml!. space Rt 1 Box 338-1, a girl,; U Trills,. Kwl.ltII
them. j 400 million halr-thin copper Thirty of the and Mrs. Crady Dean, Brooker, at 11:16 p.m. Motwcycln tcoottn I
lien miles.
block of .....,..
........... But he'd better have his radaron wires called dipoles launched lites still are beeping Fla., a girl.ADMITTED. SW Tuesday 13th In St.the 2000 14 U Aulomobll.AutwnoblM for sill TO I'

.". '. ., the alert for a cluster of 202 In 1962 in a communications ex- transmitting weather Hawthorneand M Pwtlgn, ft (port CmIT
: Susie W. Lashley,
small fragments which are orbiting periment. They are about 2,000 communications Auld WMM4IDUCATIONAL !
close together. They are miles and form a continuous tary Information and Mae Dickerson Pa- Margaret R. Roberts
up Lee Stuart Sushn E. NE 7th Ave., at 9:35: p.m.
of data on secrets ,
the fallout from U.S.. Transit around thSEE
a orth-to-south belt
... ''wp.-." ., .. ... .- .. -. ...- v r.e. Polly Henry Bur ton Tuesday at NE 8th Ave. and

.... Mack Gardner, Bar- 7th St. II khoIII. ImlrwtlMIf GET

I LAST "Li.t of Adrian Messenger" The Russians don't O'Donovan Mona W. Robert M. Griffin, 436 NW Minlc. Ptncln
207 N'11M Av..all NW 11th.AIe Ou'' of their Bass ,ImtnictlM ,
Elbert Winti
TIMES 1100:00.5:00.7:00:00BE many Tom Grady Helen 9th St. and M -

SANTA COMESTOMORROW I erating. They do say Mr. Irvin W. Lee,, 619 NW 7th Ave., at 7:25: p.m. EMPLOYMENT

NIGHT. OUR GUEST TOMORROW Zond-2 is beeping Nancy Strickland, all of Tuesday at NE 8th Ave. an d 11 FOTUII SNIP Wmtt
"The Big Circus" W* fif ur* thtr* will' I. Ionian cad ihtr itudtntt c..,'t fit Mars as is the ; Donna Kay Damp- Waldo Road.Margaret U Milt, Htli" WHIN.. THAI

Comes Sat. A.M. hen* for Xmi Mimti wh* WINS t* plrk |unlr .hn4 ill whllt. 4. ; Myrtice Par W. Tale, 1623 SE U Htlp-Mtit *r Point
c..ultdnl' *",. ah.pp.r, with *..7 .... -,1 I Fla.; Mrs. Alice E.. 12th Ave. and Ramlro R. Dan U .. Mtlp" Wmtt
a Be Our Guest Walk Right In!Any Show orXMASAVLONG number The figures reflect Hawthorne; Jo Car- ian, 1804 NW Ito Ave., at 4:23 U Work Wtnltd ftmtltII .
of successful Word Wtnitd Milt
.rerr..r NO ADMISSION PRICE space shots. Since the Trenton. p.m. Tuesday at SE 15th St.

began, the United World"I DISCHARGED and 12th Ave. BETTER
FLORIDA Jack S. Frazier, 1424 NE lot FARMS LIVISTOCK
orbited 238 earth Florence Hun-
JANE Sturgis Ave. and a parked car at 4:20: .
.tA.I NNIWlLIJAIj U Firm IqulpmntV '
solar satellites
FONDA LP"I| Of GREAT FIRST COMEDfrnll and Goldsmith, B o bby p.m. Tuesday at SE Depot Ave. .ft. ft .Ftrtlllnr.,
LAST TIMES TODAY TONY three times. The Lena Crabtree, Lucy and 2nd St. LIVMttcK ft luppIlMLtndKMlng

.NS .Teav a launched 76 Mary Duncan, Barbara Mattie T. McGIynn 3924 NW It To* off

IM ,,. TNtMMOarAL.,ANN*%UAMSHiMIITON JIM MUTTON IJqtnt satellites, five sun and baby boy, Hel- 14th St. and a parked car, at M PHI ft luppIlMII !
AND hit the moon once. Lou Greene, Mary 11:40: a.m. Tuesday at NE 2nd Limited WMfMFINANCIAL

OTHIUriATURI States has sent six and baby boy, Ethel I Ave. and 1st St.

/Into space; the I' Frances Bedenb a ugh. John H. Harper, 1801 SE 4th

WrnOINERRM&hlTONS TIMIS AT 2,4I, liOO I:00 7.00. t 00 bited nine. .. Standley, G era .Idine St. and Hiram C. Amason, 3333 U hum OpoorlunHltt

*i OCONNEIt and baby boy, Mary Tuesday LimN
NW 4th St., at 12:18: p.m. 17 Mono/ to
I Eliz. Purdy and baby at S. Main St. and Depot Mwli t* IN
MERRY CHRISTMAS Frances Anderson and If Monty WMttdMIRCHANDISI

eR/v//M boy, Mrs. Blair Hatha- Ave.Ruth M. Fullwood, Waldo and

JERRY'S BACKTOMORROW Yvonne Gordon and baby Bartholomew D n la,
535. ... .s,. Carl D. ,

Dance Every Wednesday LAST TWO I. Edna Knight Margaret at noon Tuesday in a parking] 4t WuM to iuyM

SMASH Billy Purvis, Dolly Wat- lot in the unit block of SE!: 3rd Michintry ft Tor-
I. Leon Steptoe! Donni Kay 41 Building MtttrllU
I Night1:30.1am Itcluilv. Pint Art. NORTH
h : etn OM I1a I St.Charles E. Butler, Ocala and 44 HouuKoltf. On*
In I Hit! A. L.. 41 Antlqutl
j dl I I1 ; SHOCKING Thomas R. Henley, 726 SE 5th 44 MI... rV sill.
"The Tropics"S SENSUAL! Modern Ave., at 11:30: a.m. Tuesday at 47 Tndlnj Port

200 W. University Ave. .f .Fuss 011 ft Woodt

1 PIECE DANCE mi" "The Repair Shop George R. Sherrets, 1131 NE 70 iolll Mirlfl" lqul,.
Heels Attached 10th Place and Jimmy E. Walker 71 Camp Hunt" PMn CENTRAL
Olllct' iqulpnwn'
> McIntosh, at 9:54: am
5 Mins. It Mulled MtrclundlN
I YOUR FAVORITES 1elted Uca'ft.&ro : Tuesday at the rear of 1105 W.

&h Mums University Ave.

at the \. / Soles Attached Lonnie Dobbs, 1391 SE 24th HAL ESTATE FOR SALE
t I "ORLEANS" 4582 NW 1J St Ph. 376.9191SEASON'S ) and at 8 Mobil NMTIM tar sill
2s/ c... Hit AI 15 Mins. Place a parked car,
( .
M lots tor tilt FLORIDA'LARGEST )
1 .---... 9:48: a.m. Tuesday In the First :14 Wittrlront Preptrty

DIMD MIYl1Pnn Two Locations I National Bank building parking 31 Houm for sill,

Y t oeuLrRellmt. 1 W. UnIY. AYe. lot. M Cotttgtt for sill,

THE I Carolyn Plaza I Fire Calls V Moil Mall IxcningMJM
I At 11:17: a.m. Tuesday a Rul, Illlt Wtntl
FR 6-0315 and
F at Out H Town Praptrlya
..! flooded heater at 708 SW 13th
GREETINGS __ 101 N. Main St. St. Minor damage. utlntu, Praptrtltt'
41 Rnldtntlil Income
Hit N*. I let Not'llukFit I At 12:40: p.m. Tuesday, a 41 farms ft Acmti

The GINA 6-5211 trash fire at 1035 NE 5th Ave. 41 Coltrrt Property Itln
General Gaines Steakroom I
\4 "G. Hiked In Th. No damage.

At 3:50: p.m. Tuesday, ai
and LOUNGEwill electrical short at 713 NE 13th RENTALS
i 4J-1 Colxtd Praptrty RtntiU. MARKETPLACE
'. St. No damage. 44 CtttigN for Rmt.
be 41 Furnlili Apt*.
4* UnfurnlDiio' ] Attt.
/ New Soloist 47 Haul fir Rat. Fvm

i 11:30 aim. to 2 p.m. N M...... for Salt Unltir

J t :CLOSEDDECEMBER Friday, December 25th For 'Messiah'SAN 4f ....... fir RtntM
Mobil Homtt
$2.00 for Adults

DIibIiItY 25th $1.15 for children under 12 I Mezzo-soprano Frances Bible U I1A loirMrt Wand T WwtmU RPM

MAKE RESERVATIONS EARLY will replace male singer Russell Olflct' DM semi

For the Observance of ChristmasWe I Oberlin as a featured soloist In 14 luilntu, Rtnlilt.

Will Re-Open Dec. 26th HOTEL THOMAS the Christmas San Francisco performance Symphony1 of Han SERVICI FOR

_0' del'i "Messiah." a Iptclil ItrvkMM
Sairttsvi//ff 7/oriJa The change Is possible because Html ImprcvtniMlt

Oberlin's countertenor 24 Rldlt ft TV Mrvk
615 N.E. 2nd Street FR 2-9501 ft "um'tureWANT.AD '
Old fashioned I. range is close to that ol the tl AppiinKi

woman singer's. Oberlin, who Is NE\\\

I STARTS DalVllNaIDAY ill, Is one of the most famous of

CHRISTMAS FEAST GAINESVILLE THUTU the countertenors, who special' RATES

EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING ize in baroque and Renaissance PH. 378-1411


I STATE in r* nit Of..fOKIDA.....* OnlyDEADLINES I
JAMes LON lust


All Wlwm" 'It Mty ConctrmNollct
Christmas be of for i It htf *lvtIUS ton JOE
can a day rest mom .
N. 'US'Y INN hia fln.1 ram11 Tun. Din Frl. _
as well as a day of feasting ttle6! mini.'....' if Ma ..,.,. 11 JAMES LON ..... ...... Diir Nan ball tuMI.etiion .
'Y. MCMMdl Ihtl .Kt KM Hit' hlO USED
I Million tor Hull ''lCh..... tn* fill .M
for the family .' "'III IMW I* **. HonoriMt H. ... MeteniM .. .Fa 11M hi II III ....... M.11-
when dine the I I' C..,.." Jwnt t/ AUdiut. Can 2.00 la'. 55.
'I' you V. HorlcH. til Ma Dtewibtr t INN
SCHNEEa far fln.1 IS.' PK Ml K tt b Mot MttrI -
CHARLES H "W prvH l Mfl-t W4
LV Atmlillrtrilor' H iv..at... ..... ....
A Whole snares" J.n.n M lM. .u...,. _H..... m. ",I I.II I. (-Minimum *4 4 .Hn. *..
Enjoy WNACOLO day'. Nova"N'. 1....
Joe N. IUIIYAdmlnlllrttw
it Nil nltHJoiw >
e l.. u>
FRIDAY ROUTI 29 ROADYou've 0..11", PN'MAYra 1 limrllM" ., .... Kc NnI
( Nr 6461 I..... .. ....... ISIS
served with all the .. InwrtllM Bl
to your family I']tOll It to 1. D" .- a imnitfi ... .... M MMII

trimmings i. carved at your toble by your MOT1Ct Poe OP TAX APPLICATION DUOIN. lmrtim .... Mi ....
Heard About Them! W '.. e a.
the Inn
self or by Holiday Staff And you con Notice IS MUUY OIVIN.' lllwMIt ,If Announcements
HOKO Mvtg. t Com_ INWKtor TDil CHW9* ctrrwit wpNnp011
take home all of the that's left'K
Hew- Set, d eamuNS'n. i MD Hiwt I rIM
,'IM I al.. inw MTM itr UK.
Hear and y .. muM IKn .... Th'* nrtliiciit MOOt Mrm4 MimMr N btti .
a ... _.. w ..
Enjoy ., w .marv. Id "w .amnM .
Talents! o lptIooIfitt was maid Sm N N UARN TO DRIVl I
...., tiMPLtclfBMHAI.LII
CHUCK CorI'''rtM*. a CUT fI/ eaMV11Nr. PA5RI5e
w 1.AY-K. 1811 Point .
1 ion WAY O IV1H 101051.La.
& ONOMN. M '-'_" Lt IN 4 .i.,.5 J.. Ram* M MM trUoto IVM 11,11 ./ ". .,._
VMIIt VO hi Dale .
Null* M wWth Ml Hit* NMt WIIM .. KU' 5 KU' IIAYTY51.05
JEANNE1. 12 point e.1av w ......
Pianist, Il'A'Iand i '':oi i if ..... *>.Mf.v ..... III IM CM Urn.* M I llM trMrf lytt ;.;- t:= .
I hX._AIKIKM.MC*INN.4.-....Ps.IU. .. ..*a.rtlilt..1I61. N L L5I 1IMosa
1 .... ._ w N.
VocalistW.n to .IIawN 11tsr Ie raw wpm."o 18 Point
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aerlbad :
0'_ PramAPPEARING j IRCaM ..d .: ':: .. = a M ...... N 4 NMt -, eras 4 SPECIAL NOTICES

r, CM __.. j :: ::W MSMm M 1M M NNr1 MANN.Sun N :.: .. III'''' ... Do rw.an.IS ....
...". .M Emily of 4 12.00 Ftmily .f 10 or Mire $J.OO NITELY FROM 9:00 P.M.UNITED MIA 24 Point I Mary Ce1N..sI'S
.- ?till ... M -.... Ifaa a Naha 5.11 Tad
ea/ae14 J. S. CARMICMAILCltr lime ,,- IN.a1
AT a I M *T- ION
M Clrtvlt Cwrt I* IUTT ollI HO*fl
rurM a"' 'JIOt .
tcMM MMV. n.I
; : I Also serving cur re9ulor LIQUORS f1tIIl II I. -. N n
,( TABLE D' HOT Serving I iraiKi 01' i A'lI.oca"CNI 36 seep Srf n. OtM c..

CHRISTMAS DINNER CHRISTMAS DAY Poe. TAX,......DUBtoe. 1'$ I !l. I .. MWICM .501>tr 50L5i1d.S..
Lamplighter Lounge .. .
KOTKt IS sill.? ,IVSN.Civ Mal am IS up a.
No reservations PNr61. 5W5.11 Ca.a'Ir *1 Sal w 5 .saw raw w 1.v. S...w.eIII.
l n.ces0ry 1:00 utltll 9:00: ,.M. to t. SSNy smma Sm.HIS .... .w..M. -
North Mel& N.W. 10th Ave.Cocktail and __ OW Ia ISM II a PP w M_ Iti
Children $1.1S *l .
$3.04 682667 to __ "" _.. -
I Little" Toddlers unI' T.I.IIe" Fa t Hour Every Evening 5 to p.m. to and w 1mm pm.M..5 to _w WA.NP.M ISSal.V. .M 1N. S..ma.e... w a.- 111 CS Ad.N Mammo. I II FEMALE HOP WANTED

J Per f.r A ",'. -Get A "'Double"I.1 .w5 A a w NcwNa. -, MNN.rm510.s. --e -
... LS ... to __ to 'm 151 .as sn.N LEGALThXfl1lI553 SKRtTAftY
,a. LaI 5e 5.liM I. a p..1 a.aNAM Pe .-
0-. PS.CS. wm .. INNPN.
The Holiday Inn Nall a.S1..I Call A W11NAS .. w P11. w .I ell" pnsd.I pal .... Mm1.A
- JtIPryI l..N.w 5511
.4 aa61 .raamly MN.I IS Wa c- 55 aim a' 1 adMi11 1. Pala
1 Iy .. A..AwL $5511. ,- 0.5 Wl MWI 5641/15 5A1TEoa
441 Seth 1.J r---J! 1MNm -' arIN/53,1 a -- ..alaM.1S. -. -
R.gt m M .I1.-d M w wp1IIP a_ M.aL __ m pi/is.
M .1141 wV1mI a .
ew..n. Sm 1..11 a1. Pa IS5 at.seese
CALL PK '..8IS ts rvierre a whole( (.mll| tvrtty __M M.M-to am-..mm w .y.a ti w 1.1. 1 a. 111 .. KE. p.I..I .I aaM
Nn1 a. M..wr .wNAI .115. as aimam .w.N "
QI Can 171.1&U s/.ndw M MANS M INS.1v
S. IN m 1aP 4 Ja..11.w NA 1m N.m a w .N Sm ra..wa.m.a aid -
DooW-. IMJ wmw.aawiNaNa.4 aawM IS .Na e..u1.
10 C".OI a.r rIN -
.y CWMIAUCMM C_ M M 11I I I .1..11.' .
r C:- run** 5 l mMa.IwN.S y II Y ;
UMI m fc .. n Pmm Pe aria

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.ar, c ...d wow sI

FEMALE HELP WANTED UMol.NII Harp W,0,.. II ScHoolt t> Inifnxllon1'KDWP.ITINO 12 Mobil H.", Foe Sal

'ftEPHONII c0 lIocl., undo f 4"tift i'PERIENC E 'I-H.I M.I. .. Female
ot iwt a hioicriie' htHnklQ ... ""'" ..v. ....,' 0. "CRITARIAL COURSIS
b1 '''' 1_New Noun
Mm piMumt.
in. lit 0511. WINDOW Xmas
r"I l In and V.ry COPODI at SInd TV....me lop 101.It 0,4"", J f.O.A oayGMnnvIINw..k ImmMliio _'''TRIMMER.port.. 1otnk,. J. ..NHOWPLL'I Special WHERE

Apply' attor oft.. fun. oneed tut tints window trimmer 'UIINIU.. COLLEGe.
IMoMwpMrv Frldiy, or .11 W. Univ. .. PR 1 15./ 1965 Sunlite
one HOT diipioy' mm orwomin --
5,1 onloturdiy. mm M11ed for ....IIont working' con.illone .
JATIONAL"' CRIOIT EXCHANGE"' IOIt drink roaM win' erp50ddre '
pad vacation slur acwM COST "ACCOUNTING MONTHLYLOW
comyo Ape tt.4O. $57.96
calory elul ,
can.nkMolro.' arlvllego and prollMnorin* Civ'I larvlco Training
be 00M.Mt. ftn Apoly In In writ Now PormlnoHOWILL PAYMENT
perton or -ClaiM* DOWN
ol NnN hgroduolo. 'hono :Ilk/51 t AM
41 on 1. It I IJa. .
ndor mi Penannol Mgr WINO* "I BUSINESS COlLIOt FRONT AND
inorth.nd ..nlr.MM w11lday\ THIS 5UIO
0chod _D>pl. StOrlc.14.S.In .1'rsl 111 W. Unlv A... FR ewod.
but not eMOntlol.' "Apply ail LOCAL BTORE Of notlunal ... .11 L REAR 2 BR SUNLITE IS A
II I p m. Monomm Frldiy' o riller aelnine' for Otto gn III'nd Winr1Nai OUALITY HOME.
01. Help
I ..m. on oMrdoy 21 LNwtirtk b Supplies .
ton ottt and .. fINO
"' CREDIT 1XCHANOB"' one r toll lO'n. ... PIMM *o not coMux wilt onto
NATIONAL R.quls.nnn/t ape IJ.4Q hlh .Ra"'N" 'LG& IW lined _IlL Too M Ina ........
ET"1., ,..* 000tpo ar..... on ooenlng In Mo, ant tar ATTENTION CAITLIMINItrotcfi c_ out and 0111 n. Mony
TECHNICIAN SECRETARY ; good salary. lila' m MwroiKod, ","m... Weekly homo-grown gralno to tho medals In M and II"
/a TIME Inwronce, hotpltalltttlon:, pon. I guarantee plus commlulono plus limit by mink. gruno with CPA mains' wiiri I an* I tednomt.
DWO hi ,hyol... Molt Ion, plan PI.< vow,!,,. .III. lit meny ether comply beneflta. For Mr* Tr aian (anN ftipol. FACTORY LOT PRICES
'IVchomlilry' porterrod. Minimum trained end may bo nMKOtrdwlifiin Ivr''''', dololll wHU pining vuokIKotloni mant moil oconamnol MUK II PAYMENTSLOW
lollitocury crtflll In "' _IOI'.r. r' ".*. w 11,11 I. Jm.Hi.lorm pnMn.
l viorfc mono 01 *"'. Klfflllllcgroup. Cell PR 4-7541. MM M_. :M4 Ilr4' FMX olnonlllo, or Alocrwalit MONTHLY PAYMENTSLOW

M onl. !or..".", typing roqulrtd' WANTID one Hectrtc motor PQ Cord, G..,... Plorld.W. NW WHi It.371MM MI-51St BANK INTEREST SPOTLIGHT

pinon to C H. Cowin, Should live n 0.'..re.polrmtn .. UNDER NEW THIS WJEK'S IS ONt
,Sliding J. univoniiy ol Flo. VIII. vicinity and''y to to. Nl |(- *... Wanted ..", .1. MUST IACRIPICI" mere oko S.vr MANAGEMENTNORTHWEST
Equal opportunity imployon.llMol.H.lpW.nto .7ttl A... or phone 772.1201.I old _.... .'.1I1on *wnrhono
WORK WANTED mar | IIVI r ady Lute triwlng prtcitnv
*' WMITI men undir 50 It, generalworohouia s ..M* or Myi.nion 7 ). city.
work. Intido wiling foR 23814.ADVERTISE II CALVES, boat "' ... HI .... TRAILER SALES 1900 S.W. 11th St.
ail dtllvorlm. mull be phyilcaliy C.rnno Pare,. ItIC.. N/w .
Daily 1702 W"do N L
about :It hour week
CoLon II woifor.buiDoy., Mint l.. KMIApply school strong gredualo good porHnallty.E>ceilent' ail rulur hlon I IN THE tnorno PI COIl*. .'.'511 I -., : ( Dining Ig >uro ,1.....,. .t tho >Gtntrojl CcliNt. SoftIt0kring..Me.clv.

cirmonolla Hi Pnon". K 6 W Vnly.A.M. for'hon.emrntivo 372-2723., Inteiiigmt worker. SERVICE DIRECTORY COWfOVI RIDING STAlLS CELEBRATING ; decor end ." .".h. m..t!< ..ot1ft'

1 Honoooc* /lldlnt- II yoan MIN A torvlco In M. t(.|* will. ... ....II.u loud end Vinli W.(ch

//Onrs ail plain fen oolt.OI.O.y TMo, AreaSPECIAL' 'l your ...... tiporlly krsilod I* pool toil .n til* oponnoortS
PR MOON ,6 ,,k"-, In Ik* oUniiifl room .. solo the '1....'". .!.

10 ns 60 SUPPLIES II Wide, t oodroom I1HJ. F .....,h... .. Ik. 100',. iplil-hyol cotktoil .,"... Roth

U R G E D R A D A RT Includoo' Illllparooak Red Caner CWtyory room ... op.* for l.."tk horn 11 to 2 sod low %*.

+ 0 1 L E A B O g A L II MO. OLD Moncnoitor Chltwa.hua T... '111.. ond I...,...... 1100 from 6 lo II while 'h. !lounge "'., lit .*.

", .It OVPOV. NKO pat tar Prank ftornanBuIN ,, r.r |loyal from 11 In Ik* mornmg till 1 In Ik. ..*iil;....
IMAMS S ENATE chlldron. tU ,(rjj N| are A... Mobil Humps Inc. o ur Gonotol G.IN...
ACROSS kollioy .ni" VIII tht
for specie .
_M .-,7Q.I NW tWI U M It* II 441 1
1.Jew el tit' SI. Conducted LAM K A S E R I A I FREE lo good norm | way ate .... at City klmlli., Ooan I A Mla .

weight 32. Surrealist E N T. G E C A T S 01.111 to..tI. kitten, _. PM.. _- CLOSED SUNDAYS" *

6. Animal fur 151Nl 'lth Tor. Moani NOME MACK
12. lo. S3.painter A W E M O T E T TALKING' MYNAH Bird, guaran.Im Avon A010 W..... fug Neat W...'. SPOTLIGHT
Sport Impedl G A D R C W E N and vary ..._..,.. Pnon Progron MoMio Homo Park
Bale "9.Cu 4 "IHI III MMra.. Pla .MIMI Morrn on *lCnorM
1S. Humiliated mFr A v E T R A E V I L 1111 CHRISTMAI"' PU'Plil. M ooch. PfMno*. .40M40....10.*Mar.

14. DltdpU 36. Waterfall: S A F I. I N S A R A Coll altor f PAL k DINING DINING.DANCING *
T4 I *
nary Scot. ELI DES P I L O T &f A\\WltTh 12' WIDES COCKTAILS
13. Background 37.Adjectlvt 'LI'OINT' ...... kittens Oil 'O"LINQ .1 '" II LORD BYRON'S
D O N A T E A T O N E _15. Phone PR -17M. PALM"' IANII"' I : 1Ctlartaal INN
Coon panty 11.01o your onloymonl
16. lag.Khool. 38. Smallest NERDS _RARE R *_ntw.it knit Her tn* Tom- ENGLISH, SHEPHERD OUR Mm A.M. lo I A.M. I802W. Unlv Av.. tMrn Cockiail tloll Hour Noam I Swot to 1
Don ell for oport* ond pats Pupplro' pots watch." end Mock.P. ,...
: Stale abbr. SOLUTION Of YISTIKOAY PUZZll tioo. Fun lo knltlKnlti neu.CHIHUAHUA.. RENTAL PURCHASE nwssry --.rico. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY 0015.51 Nto pk1M I. O-
18. New Tutu 40. Ceralnt'ibeloved PLAN two WOMO ft. trutstUNI --- lilt II t A M. lo till iMni al
6. Cot, Pot ll'"i tmti teen model $2) Low. HOT IPIClV'PUZAVoriotioi Pli.l, Hnmlrot, and lilt Lallnolroo.mi .
menfc ibbr. DORY AKC P.og.W Mnneelots dnw0 .ymon' AND Iron pioin ,-.
dell. Patton ITU direction. gown oaullrul mel puppy c W InN II._PN 4)441,
19. Capture 42. Temple Exceed pinion pullover. Uockb not, hat wraparound C.II PR HilI.A TOIAL COlT 10"- C.d.t ,. muihroom N looinr In !
,_.. Of CONTRACT WILL II llllr 1 omoi M *ovo OM OlrlfFrom ..... apaotlto.SHELLEY TAOVIRTIII '
7. BlackS ikirtt" iweotir, ,, ;;; tor--;; ;; lo lull your 11TH'
21. Crup 46. Rub out 2. I4ve ............. aunt/n.. pvrobend" weaned ottO ., NIneS Pry oyollMuO mo Ago 001 510Poll 'S 172-6582 DINE I DANCIDINITORY.,
23. Hamming 49. Sagacity 3.Turncoat ........... Maim' 025. N.0OIw 120. ADMIIlrortMil lit w. Unlv.' Am
50. deuert Thirty ttv* cents In coin tor thli" ohillIslun. Coil DAD AND BRAD LARSEN w.Unwnlh' Avo. I'A 0.OldFoihiono
37.Armpit Honey 4. Moyt. Iky Mr. 011. .U. 1401 NW _
odd II cents for oachpotlern
28. Twilight badger god 9.Third kingofjudab. lot UKIaai., milling' and '52.3772.WIIMARANEN uiigOn DINING : ; Root toartonnwictwi *
perlodi 51. Public 5. Having ._1" h_..... Send I* Lour .po. AKI to., R' tot I TIN a. .. atINI Ito CroorflA DININGMUSICCOCKTAILS
way lO.CoaguIatt Wheoior, omeivllld ..... Needle, for 11.16 end MncIl 0 1110101., amNw HIl.NNOPan & W ROOTBFER STAND
30. Punch 52. Skulk can! ...It Dept. P. O. One 141. Old' 1101 e.W. Piton /R "Jf77. 0..0100. err avnd.,0 ITALY IN GAINESVILLE? 110. NW 'JIll MAJ .
11. Dutch com' Chews' Itollen Now' York 11. N V. .n and Shotlona PONKt' /tog5p PACIWAKIP. 'i' I so 1 Din ky coMlollojM In till Mllgnl- 1111 M. II. P M. GrNERAL. GAINES
I 4 5 1 mum 'rln' polnly, PATTERN NUMIEN. Oontlo laddla NORSE, HHiUrglllorod I*. rronl kll., olr candlllonoda nil ..tnt11eH.nIaIYI' "" "Dll.H.AIiM '" S1EAK ROOM
T'p'1iif M POOOI
r0j" P .
f I' l' 17. Nautical ADOIIII and ZONI. MOIO CHIHUAHUA OKCOllont conditionOn MANAPJOI' HIHAURANripoiioiiMo
std CMC
t- M$. Call. '.. >>QOi. Mod lot. ttta pricon In l.soa .. Plan
19.Indonetlan FOR 10411 HI dellgnlmor t.rMo ATMOSPHIRI IIOJM oropor* I* your toil
"I3 NEW 1 M Ojn4 olnor MIl' ciou.l Mallon Fan
Vht" Coil MK4. OKoyTrollor
: bland '"'"on. to knit* crochet thonrnorl II BLACK' Poodloo' oo* from H.whl'III.. HI f.MVI SCHOONER ROOM on our noon hoorth Haliitov Inn
f.kn I FP.II ...11..... amoretoary woods to I VOl'". Prlco It HI pork..ArtnoMId..- UN_ ClOM _.... l Pre S W lim It FO HH4.COCKTAIL .
,S 20.Flah Sauce dolll clolhia. tend IItenu tomwl"' pipe, Phon dot. CONNOLLY JJ2 W. Unlv Ay*,
22, Catniay2t for now Neediecratt Catalog.VALUd NOMCOOEINO *
I. /1 U BALI puny. _I. and Maallo Homo 10_ In*. I'oh I tniiiion IM Few. HoottComdol
Render LOUNGIS *
14 COMFLITI QUILT' Iorldlt 1125. 10'11 PuMNe.Phone m/MI. Mont, 11I_. from II contlv *
efflcactoul FATTIRNI M oNwe. new Quill OR IM3I.IIAUTIFUL P poor ""-..*. >. ..g new P AM I* 0 PM
"i/ 1I II Ii 0IJ Jt u /. 55 ParadlM Pook. For keinnra, ....r'.. 1- today. I mliao ...'h TOWN HOUII KlITAUHANTI7M Get KcsultsSun Porrr Potliooo ftIH '' PtnwntS
lend n cenll howl Chrlilmoo gift Imoo. on U. .. oil fn. IW" Jin II. | CYPilM lOUNOglootn .
36. Nerve old ...11. rxuiond ChHwohuo
network ) AMxnaMara Ion MuoMoMitiluii
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17 tt 3. vary hoallhy 4 friendly toy DlliaronlOrtam
501107Onto ond wormod. Ipotid AI yi* iloa inamM
29 Wrongdoeri al ass m...... ADVERTISE: IN THE nor*.
JI JlSf U II SchMli" t> Imiracllm Want Ac1rH.'I' & ills NW I 1PIt S/
iiMi.iikiTTi l! tot Cnrlitmai. AIriFIITISE f 1NTHiC
JS J. Jl 35. Racing HOWELL'I 'UI'NESI' COLL10RIAL All lour tolerfc. Clll Mn, '100 UPHOLSTERY SERVICE DIRECTORY !
lufflu IlTATI EXAM nay WllllilanMokil' Pee too uoilty workmano tg SERVICE DIRECTORY
CLAIMS $20300. COM -_.,- .


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'I knoll 0. I.. 10.04 JOCb'lviii. INI Wio Root N ICNll III.-y.
Sl ., ,: WOW. pucker, Mgr. ]H _
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/ Spec ao W' .? Gifts Gif"m : Gift for Gilts /f GlUor

{ r for Mom for Dad_ j The Horn DaughterAr Tli.llonl.MAKE .

Mol* Mom ........ Hto yoorl MIkNMI 11II root III .'.... : CH.'STMA'' SPECIALS HI* MOHBAva. NOWllh 3CLEANNO
L'i A cnriohnoa oppiionco from loc n root (* OTKO j 011K''ALL. hr CnrHtmoo drool muol* / 1A/I5R 0
a | HANDYMAN' Pt ttitt Toll TACKLI" lOll IAlOWl1i A Owe? ool onotr A pith* fan fa motrao Oew ,
lie Clotolllcatlon beINI'NNKNMIINICNI510XtN'tY I Unr All to 1... II. .,..... Mull'' t. on.ao.oS a Now at N, Ooffltt IrnHfl MX*. Voruiun oieonor IromRlrky
CHICK WITH CNARLIIII'lII1I1IrElCYlfnEntNhinllEWteed: NO 1071510' MIO prkao. Coo 1'oUIO *r writs leiel A ier. i\\
TOYS j T- IN- ,'.... .,*>* Muol It P.. to* Itl Cup.INIeN W. OAR ell nome hstOs r.m
g ; / j Co. mil PM ..0 ........ an a Ior H,0.. M N. 0.00 Mliii V
9 A.....'.... pa/t of 0410.. I If" reo, pNmo.N Mm III 011? .._ 1t1E1[V'IEKIEtIEO'tn(
American, Modern Prone Provincial Par "". gilt' M* would _ocIOl. rise pwraKoM now ter.
Italian' Provincial. Price III cortllttal 'hrl""'. Nod tAVINOMlilo A' IPriAL
c A I Irom Nil M Pry H. Year1 AIIt'' tun tar only, .... : pun oftoro _.... .. 0 k NOW tlNtlL CMRlirwAIFIXII i
{WITH DICK 4ITCP1M WINO I j math kx KM teal Ao llnlo oo Gift
PURN CO 1IH W. U.... A... MIM*. IN t1
t 111 IW I*) Av*. FR ltiltlamattilng Itr---- 'Tlllt' "UCL' SHa' for Boy
GAIDUY MUSIC CO. Ill w. Un... ".. Mull
fl ,........'1.-.......... ION H Mali in miOpon
I to f -IH CMNNaedlwwwwwwwwwwwwwwlwwwl ...+NNIE'e'CNNI V V NV kilt<'aII
for .
Me. 4 Mool Mr In* Gift
t II Pre M OK tor aVktwlin CO"'UT', CAf *0* THAT
uisfi. rrovf CANOIII' rand dad( j pt.I Moe Itaa 1011 ......, laooioi' imia aw hamM
fo III 01 l
win I Dua real / CA VkHr t lOll laHlflrtto from
if W W. Vnh ">* PIt 4W1.. j. TKo eoinpiolo homo ontoHolnmonlIW EU7'N .".MAvtV 1AL01tlot oMMvUM MlMalW /

.. G'1 rnrnljl H u*. Carol lowntoiion. 4AlAhllTliK W.ParaarayMl UM. AM, ICM111W1QIS
100 TM 0us1 M.rolded
In tor 10. aIn000nIeIOnIS.VaUIII .
Pr pN as.oR ? 17001f Iktktr/e.tleerw.N+tlfN.yyre. .
B M aCr.s00rM 10 jj II tll Ana. S17010.. IN THE8KRVICE

Santa. SnadsM 'rwlHI ft a.lOO'l : IN.!r i tE NkT.N 111.k1 VSN fCIUIfMAS : DIRECTORY IN THlIIIVKI
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Gilts for 121 NW ItHI AS. 110.11KItIeNNlktktl5ICI0

k PARK CaWarl LANE ., ............ICL5jtit i

O conn IHWIIM MtfI.-.... ChrlslmasLOOK GIFT LIST
4LINES CKN1erC1EI14Nle11RNRItt.... I.
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Fndl Cobt ..... Pound CahMIn. Al IK( PAJAMAS

r :"ram'7 ..... M 011 II m 151 : oaadr t.Olye.rtt ow 0e/.''mo : you brwt. ihreufh the i ifan cbo**, yoti'll

iiR 6 hry 4 ftwio i M a M b. lure t* find a lift far '." .'"* ." y*.., 14.5.
...... : ...., Alan a LodiM i wo II" i
10 uSW551W. SIN Mrllltcoio orv ....... UI' the h.ady fords. below t* blip frock .!

This /pgclol good so .. 17s.1Gilts ELK UMN'' ; ''NDSLYwrd .e1.}. : vats, ,Ie".d ,..re h.l" J.'II hot.r..dy .

DAYS ,I ag1.AM30051wwwwawwwwwalwsulwwwwa M t"r_.. MM .j .ef.de gift lilt tH.t'g luit t. ,1..1 I

$2.00 I abev i it/nip end is spec : $ _::2..!_ _' __ .a..J
Ol'lt Coney Aaet o>*ry 30.01Pn7 '
for If.r I I-
I pef .a.nr -, j MOTHII ._..__ I ____ _.. J,
H CAesIo'. I'MCOM Ooto_... P+rM17205 0,01 StntmM.er01 -. ==
to no* Canlln.Kl01 .d HiTTl CANDIe1 : M I __ __ i

GIFTS 01 ELEGANCE MM 0>. ..... Anx ,1.00 ./w r'Wolf.. -00. 'or_00'00'10 er PMSt. .OTH![ I I j

!' tar Shaky Adatw TI P_._ 1,001% IIJTUAMUSIMINTS I I i
loot w ndeoss M dratM r ee40 Ill
1 Yertis.r[ only, Each week .U L.saeoun.o <... PIN.1.r.a ..... a.W f.IU 01NOMA J
f crs f AiIea"Y Gilts N. Maul 015101? ..

1i ::1 Ilene went .1 Ip.ci.l.f r "' "" I II. Peels'. or AUiT.UMCl1T- _
......,..,..... Gill
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... YrA11 .. ... 'f'hel.: : CVI for Son / ij
,.t fit' / will b4 OHsr.d, watch fir _.r. WC r.rN Casa \_ ar. Scores (lit : [ /1/l/vDi
v..na l..tr II Pull Par 0005 F w_ ,._ ,..... rESISt $" rut "0" /cWss0IS I tilil
k 7111 tAluK 10MrN oil i*. Most. ,.. Vmi Yu CAN Mad 000 rem y.r we.wM --+-
it. Wont Ad SP.ci.l NIl a UIIt M. ...... _.uw_ /toast// TAU'" I .
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shoe. 371.1411. : '_ r .. M II"C.
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M Caintivin Sun Wednesday December 23, 1964



\ $ Clean our the Clonti & Utility Rooms Now Pick up extra cash Person to person ads are for non commercial ii.ri wiling merchandise priced

I \I, 1 10 DAYS 4 LINES ) at oring$100 quicker' or lots action.with the tilling price stated In the ad. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that

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

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IS Houtti For Sol.' i.I IS HmtM Far $.!. IS H."... For 5.5.S ,. 35 Ho"... For Sol.T IS H...... for Sol.New 35 H.,... Far Sal 40 BUIIMM Pc..rtiti'
IS H...... For S.'.
I LOVELY NEW 1 BR Home FOR SALE .y OWNkR 3 as I U, Z Do'I!, lIudY. doubia ..,. 3 7b1b, corport. limlly' N. QU.lllylng 5JQO post FIREPLACE HOME .5.. our WILL 'UILD .nd Ia.a 10 up.prs04 .
THE TIME IN SEWSEOSY. 3 .1. CCC Hours looking Newrntn like u butts CCB Idttlly minted, I block port, fern room. "55110.10' kitchen room, bulil hi mtchtn COM brick front homo In top Nl .....11I.1 brick flrtpioct homoi Iloanl 5 now oltlso I.
far oolo" by OWnS. M ooo alIt or == Irom I. J. plnley echool ot 2091 cent hoot, 1-ton" A-C 11500 hoot, t-ton" A-C in,no imcm. tree. Cloto to _I.. tintwokfc In oncollont Northwott nolghbtrtwdt your tpKlNcttlimi I":; P. P Zoned
ttsot on Itrmt of 1900 down wMO Acre.rlot11': .V..1: NW ill PI MOllY nice toehlrolPlreplece 1790 Ire IN mo. 4120 II bitS .. Ml mo 4411 sf laths" Tor David Itretrt centre! Ouiiity "bulH by T. lot lOcated on Nl Sn.:. I bikt. I
monthly' VI.10.5.ITORV sale, by owner. Cull PR booktholvM, sir' condl Tor Sod Roblmon. PR ..If... dud Roblnton. nt 11M4.i hut. built.lit oven end range. D ZoI_, euitom bvlktor37HMO I from City Nail, CHI 171501 .r
1S NOW. .,..... nm"
Honor .
sod Roetonobly Pop 1300 down, monthly
I COLONIAL Homt In NO QUALIPVINOlitter I i IR CCI houM In NW wctlonnoor only poy.menu
I Nl 4 BK, nwdorn kltchn" m. "'.. new I alt, I bet* Sense !cod. Cell 37.0706 tor tool SWIMMINGPOOL In'...'". ,I. 100 0 UV yard, orrenged I btdroomt Ill I story ..... In washy town.
goo UOM down Call PK 04071I. clot to Lltlltwood khtol Tan IU'.......... w'lII' LiguctNm beds.. bttht. lulldtr. """". 17000. Good ......... Study lot 42 fount fr Acr.... I
Hove I. tot) drlvo by .M Nl flIt It' ,.... '100... lit white went POI IALI IV OWNER, I IR pulls, was tnMO redoUnd how to Filling Itko ntorby Call HUM
Do You boeullful dropto, drotmy kltcnon" home I blockS' tram Unlv Avowooo .100. iOO woolly and. toke up CHARM guilty end homily living Btly.lt It M M CLOSE IN
JPLEX ._ Itch opirtmont hot control hoot end sIr conditioning, with isoo down, Phon. PR1M7I. poymtnlt Call 174-0300 ." .mttlaslled III hi allot eWlmterly .. REALTOR
two BR l, lad. II co..I.,.., ,.... 1 Pey Moot end 1141 to..nod, S "ShIn heal In MARY MOELLER. MO ocrot Improved Mtturt
A Room fllihod IKCOI ont 'Incom. prop Inel text mump and Inturence porme cut HAPPINESS t ItalICS My fitetoiTl BR, I "blISS, 101" Vi Unlv Avt, PR I-447I ISO aUral to bt Improvod7i .
: bedroom both
arty, 1 block' from Cimpuo. Prlc. SPACIOUS W mo.lonry looM; Hi i. SUN l5ebbuIlt ocrot chlckon rand,
Roiph" Pomy, Rteltor. II wUnlv EASY TO BUY 'homo with IfXll IWIM ,. ;: pintltd famIly room contr SI I .
m .'", .
Apartment or Ill 230. writ out ot town iwo J7e-ll.it MINIs by hut ng k air, conditioning Btovtllul 19 Out .f Town Property pocongrov.Clll
pool In the NW
I for complot. Informttlon Bin Dill chiming I IR I both !tame ALACHUA. MOW ., INC.Phono Inlirlor lo much more thin Mrt SttMnim
tectlon putildo "' 11
0.? 201 DtSoto It. Pltliburgh' In till Plnloy ireo con .be bought lull city i>.oulMocW you would expect tor IIP.SOI.NW Z S.doums .nd aboIh. bolilul. 171-J39
House to Rent? ".. 1H11.BR for only' liCe down end lioo lit. Thli It tn txceptlonel buy Homo Opining ovory SW.Iron 34th Ttr. oft NW :If" lot 150W. nlci n.ighborhood. Gladyl Smith Rtaltor
M month Kltchon' It equipped ttttMt, I PM. I \.M. U3I N. Ave. Shown by tppolntment ever In High Sprlngt' fInancing will 12M W lnlv>nltv, Aol
I IV .bath, lao ptntltd llv r.M':; W. 21 PS, .. ....
REMEMBER- known:, yord Tho IUV ot thoyoir the hoiatyi. 111-_. Lloyd Nt, W I7HO 170 month
Irs room lorgt Shady LOVILV I bedroom IVt btthi iplltNIAT Comma'. coot wItS .1 stIll SSllroom
it Call .
111,001 now to too rick Biir RALPH POSSiY, .Itor, II WUnly
yord Nur tcnool UM down, ttrptr ,' 'located N, S batS, folly" sIr 514.
..... No doling. coitk 47J. FHA \: .1N =;ron.; Irsidl tIt. Ibovo. "YOU'lL CUt IT Ol.IYTIMC.1 Ave IM-Hit"

I 1 ren'CO'' vacancy .. Koyttont Htlohll.Of 4 SR I Still. N. W. Awn Win., DID YOU KNOW? lily lImit,. ONI.'t Iisasa' Cull Suiic modols 1'1.111 III JWK '40 .u.I..... froporti.1 <:P t11t61)tutlppllltlll
: 'I.I llf OWNBP.. I Bft, Howl Cont Mttt A<:. Doubit Thot you con own ISIS ittrtctlvt I t700 DOWN. you lot
YOU MORE CCI homo, I yoor .4. compltttiyfumlthidf c.rpt Ptvtd rd. 514.235., lISP 'R, I bttti Cl home .m .... BUILDER.' MOBIL
I bodmom nouw .
low down ptymont, HIpor mtd occupancy NI locetlon tor only uot down on lira.mil GOOD BUT C
lot forty Amoricon d.sin. I bidroomt 3728404NOW ,.
landscaped "lusl 3Vt mlln
end 154 month. Comer totPonced .
Call PR O-KU3 per
mo 1 from CMnoivlllt. OWNER WILL two lull botttt. OS built 130' s 150' 000.4 iP 'II....
'than the ad that I INCOME beck yerd. Bttttr coil INANCI. In oval and rongo. Ctntrtl Saab.lbs. ONLY 111.300 00 1101! Nf lilt dorIuI'tHIIlY far I Olcar.omln 1110W II.unUf
I Nr.U.fP.Llv.Inandr.ol.Il. now to too down VA HOI per month Ttrrtcn t II.. .bedrooms. two both, .... .........
wil rent It I FORDYCEFEATURES flcltncy tpt. "500. Call lor lito down PItA' m ptr month. family room. ctntrtlly (wottdnoun mont far "bullnott proptrty IJ7Unly. 3 Btdroom 1 Vi both 921

I orm.llon UNIVERSITYREALTY John Merrill :. Ini 3747171. Hugh Cdwonn, lear. Pool Motctlit mtmbtnltlp" sod lithoptchooli. miltbitt __. A,. If. toterellld COlliN NE Slits Ploc. New
Inc. HI ISbN II. aol M'h Avt. Han S7M30I
MASON MANOR tot Ownor moved ins Ranch Style with W.sftrnflrtplac.

H.re' what you I SR I Still CS Ctrptln lou Realtor I BR horn. In Hlghlind. Court Minor wontl to Mil bttort lbs It!. ond Iniidt bar.

loci atone tnd ow.... 0. llWl MULTIPII LISTING' Swim club mtmbtrtnip. tony JIW.KIRKPATRICK. New Brick Homes hocus rooks an offer >
; COSTS I br I btttl .Horn almost MOO 14ft .1 ctrporl Good IIn..c''.., Call 1115 N. Main' II Ph 172-4351 PMONI PR M4M Id yord. Nothing down-ittumtpoymtnhk
vacancy "r torgo family room corpotlng "" W. M Mun,... RtellorAnot A5hOCIATSSMARCILLA Ph. 1717HO In w. wont to move It trill'
""lit. In kitchen and many othor I. I. McLeughlln PrenkRoby. PARDI Stephen 'OIlorH.Jlh" ytar.
: YOU EVERY DAY ...tv.... Call Pordyct 17o MARY I Roy McCenn, T. & Doug. W H. IUCKHANNAN McKINNEYGREEN 11..1'.
18*' I.. .1,. VERNON PULWOOD 31 N. Mtln; P110151 PR, 5.1104SARGAIO Opin for vltwing 3 BRand
PIP.IPLAM 11 4 bedroom "1011.10, kltchon -
until it I. rented: In t large living room 'III' Ibtlh MOELLER i 1t1C1 oqul_'. con hoot. VA nt 2 batht Brand n.w

A-C tnd CH Pit room DEATONREALTORS down poynwnt PHA from 1700 with superb construction
tot "". ft, In Unity Art*. CillPordyct PARRISHPRESENTS LASSITERREALTY HARDWOOD floors. HUIII famIly d.wts'.w coming. coin.Capital .
3815 NW 8th
:: IF RENT YOUR LOSS ""1136. REALTOR noons OlIN 1I.'oc.' L,," po'l.. throughout
CHAIMINOomt 1.t00 squari fool a bid,...... 1111 Builder. In.NW .. AvtIf .

.: ''IS: PER DAY IS: of Pit. ttont. I br I both, loin W. Univ. A... PR 44(71Mtrnbor CORNER LOT ba'h" 2011 1.5 Flh II..... J7)o inn "' ... 4 otk ...... .
1.127. ..
Baulovirtf lop. LI : A. overlooking loki
nttr tM Multiple Lilting Throe bedroom S bith !home Inettroctlvo 0P50 "OUII DAILY I
and DO llrtpltco, md hirdwood ASSOCIATE. THI 'POLLOWINO T' Htpoclout .. Bumttt botwttn 01 Pltntond
HOMES MUST Northwoit trti CIII t7t-at1 or >>., "
4onrne. .. II" ,., doy floor In ....IIOIIt condition far I. W. Mooller PoutS KntorChtrll. His Unlwilty, lovtly brick: homo. If OLD THIS MONTH TO mldonce win more THE JAMES Altchu., "loll off 441Prlcod .
wily ::1.000. Call Fordyc. 17. .. Mayo Ihiron OrtntHtitn I... living room Mptritt dining QUALIFY POD HOMI ITS A 0 then 2000 toutre toot ol f I 11 oripoco M only' Moot. CHI in,
:siOWft'.. .. suapsrd.v l23 o. ..Iy..' room I btdroomt. I botht Sod SXSMPTION pan It.., IncludeS i teporote d I .,. COMPANY 'I
nlct FlorIda, room A Study whkhIt lag room end family room wIll' 1 4 ...
'.55 per ni .. 11.1' p.r datdsr FORDYCE FREDARNOLD compiottly 11I'1..... Located on 4 ItDROOMI, I btttl. ctntrtl h.... llreplece. Contrelly ntelod and. .do. Mod.Ig. I.
1 lorgo woootd lot. Wllklng' dlttinct .1 bottitllul bulltln kit ONI VI AR sIr conditioned This home II excluilvely ENJOY THESE SHADOWLAWN JACKDEYOTRtgltttrttl

$ ira. .. 12.00 per day I AllOClATl1. INC.Ohm. to Unlvtrtlty ot Plorldt.fuctlltnt I OLD, tpp" .. II.000 down, mum lltttd with McKI OIly.GrIst. ESTATES
mb. it lass thin no ptr mo Inc Cull 373-3417 FEATURES
11..1101'IIIAL f. D IokorASSOCIATES
sri par mOo .. $SJS ,.., 0' STATS Pordyci CONUI.TANIS' REALTOR northonr locttlon fills t Inel IN. Is' L N. ovilltylng. AtOVSAAODEP.N 'C.."" Pool O'PERINO OLIVER
1. 1. FINLEY I
Prencot Hough bedroom tlotplng' proch homo t Air.CrnlifIoisrsI '
Dick Parka Indlvlduel'
:step.r mOo ,. 12,11 per day SaraH BouldM Mirvey ....... MISSY pOUnd II .II wllh low dows Plyo MULTk Juit en dosS !homo for Itrgtfemlly .11',1. 51105.0I Ityitt for You
and Immodlttt LEVEL SRtofmi. who loads ton ol room P.00.1 C Will ptmned living
mont Yard inn
0. C. Oat Dudley OouidonI2o Will .5. till .ml" Pool 5oIla tit,. 5b.droosnlb.t11baauhy.WlfaO.fS S 'both 0-I room. lorIS.Wall. '. rte..CfnIr.l i
55. Pie I anility
.. 12M par day UnIV 376.1215iiiwi. : Yoo' : 4 I bith. PirohlauaII e : mtttrltl I corpS
mOo W. Ellis
I' Chris Stono
per wIlts attract I Roy
Pimlly. "kilt rht homo, 4 bod.room I I heel Ideilly located within i ibiockt I a I IS I both CCI N.ono.
; : ... both dlthwiihor ond dlipoul 5511.dlii Nt "" .IIIy..... MOVI IN. Ptv.dilrottt
I t w.brick I beth. chi of the tchool A 1.Itt'H.llow.
"0)01' mOo .. tt,M per day good School. really, 'Oo ftmlly room. tot 1oc.1" noor ..hOl''" Muse salt community' you would bt .*
front MOO down tike up dons playroom. rlroploco hi living Betutlful shaded
Immldl."y. ..._ Proud It Nvt' In
lISa low Ice ol 514,0C with PINLIY Vary .bI.
Io0 Nl ASIA 4 IK I bothon 'It In ncol Ions
of OH
:l i 'Por mOo .. $2i per doyt BtrTpi"jy:: ; loi itler mo.I. only PHA ttrmt. Dill 1-JJJ1 "". ....room, "bttutltully 1 ImdKiptdSlKk QUilt dud and .,..... Contrtl -condition TIlls nroptrry Priced under 117000Con I Sown .mon'. M.y .be soon .t Orbs Wall on NW. :Mth I 'h.". 171-1511
diy.promptly. y. "hut. Nlci yard. Only 1700 down ... PHA llntnctd with lowdown SOOt N' loll Orb.. An.. pall lIon Oltn StrIng 'btorioction > I
: par soar par day OCALA 110<11. a BR, I "both, .... Aertl: Trtdlllontl' I btdroom to qutlltlod POW "Sopor.HIGHLANDS .ymon'-Lot M thow youthlt pIr apo.Ieloono' call lot tlgn M loft 125 NW 13th St.
cluing. pmoed' dn" >
opercbiim CHRISTMAS P
t 3710030 HUto.
:: :: I baIt homo with line property bOors y.
t lustily' room wltn lireoioco living room. I
par 531d p.? day 'pont 1.01 5kyll H.lgh' toptrttt dining' room fomllw I SR I bids I lrooms. buy Call PR 3-J417.
toncod-M bock yard
Irg. .. .
be act
11500. Can .
""II'ln kltchtn 17._ w *... t. : room wIth tlr.placs, foaMy mod. hl.rN"lthb01'lIood.: 117.
to 'I MO.
,&lDO per ..,.. ",11 par day tangos 10. bsllt I In blIclIso. Cmttr.lhIal o NEWS FLASH
31.3. can lruliIr.la' lljhf kIlOton.famIly .
room, pttio. Buy bttonJonuiry KSO DOWN It ..... VI doting Vet ISIS U newt Wt haul 0 SEE1OEXCITING
FINLEY AREA lit sobS got Homoitootto. coil 147 ..... duplex tOot' con be bought for
par ptymtn
Almotl 1 btdroom
t : ,ALL 378-1411 FHA PlntncodI I."on. 2'.000 .1111, sU tr a Now I both Lilting, ctntrilly now hottod sod lIP', IlIlu.... ,.... 1 In........ !I toil then. In merket Good condition vtlut. Pvllyrurnlihod YEAR END SALE
good '.rm.. SR I "bell .in Normwwt, H.., -
lith horn
Bodrtom 1 conditionod homo on lorgo 100 5 Incom.Muil '
month -
: ptr
TO PLACE luutllul' ground 100 lot In Wlmbory. fttllot. .1. homH. IMMSOIATI bt told by Jan lit Will
I ........ dining mmPtmlly Built In kltchm unlit. OCCUPANCY contldtr rtlnntbli often II
I Ml houM Clll tun N. W. MACS AN OPPSR" OF NEW
: : SUN RENTAL C.nS.l' room fail .locatIon clow t. Mopping. I Priced to loll Th_ bodroom .bmsaIn would'twill p.y C.II'you to It Mel Invnrlgitt: 7. 1 HOMES !

: : WANT ADSl. 3720313GladyS church. bud.. ichool_ but._ Throt pool norIh.al MItlsborbaod. !In 1965MODELS
5mllh R.oltor N.... _, .. _m., ..... ....".._.!, __ ......_.. .."n!. _...!.. 378"l521Myrtlt I
l' I 'II, unl..I lIt A... Iral air, plod .,..... Only .10, 101 yord 1m.....'.'. Iccopancywith ASSOCIATES $ 00
-- 12'1. r WIllS P5* er ConvInIlon I ...."..., P.5.01.. IInonclll9. tot Ouy Jtynt lutlerwortti, LIMITED NUMBER OF lfl
MODIL HOMI CLOSEOUT "" .. Liultor, Rttltor J.' w. Davis l'I. j. wiltthlrtThomnW IN Down
.a M.bn. Hernia Fir Solo New throe btdroom, two lull bith ......... .. Two bedroom "hens. I.sd In Wm I. (Bill I) Htrrlt.I Aitoclltt lidlord COMPLETED HOMES IV VA
"bulldtr model Oonerel lectrlt ALL .. .....'"on. Oote4 1011.1 14151 Id fuitli, Auoclitt Multiple L.IIII9Ii ,
ouy .. ,., ,.,p bullt.ln oven end rtnge Ol con- of II' blend to our frIends SrI' for horn "butlntu.Unlvortlty ;;
t Homoi Approtmoltlv Itoton Orttllngi, VILLAGEGREEN INCLUDES CLOSING
spas "Scaling tdipttblt to SIP conditioning
II unlit' to clwot. Irom Putt Undtceped lot A.... Now wotttldt rttrlcttd .. Colnoivlllt'o' ntwott Sod moot
'salLwiIdthMpl.' M1 InII isoOOP, tOO down VAI 1101 ARNOLD tubdlvltion' ot icrt Ion luniirlaui .p.rtm.nt lauding II II.
:tsrsOI., par month Or, MM down P5*, Paved .,....., Inildo lots I3MO

....'.'1'" M.'I..... Hllle"t Wind, closIng 1100,' por, Hugh month. Idwtrdi Includes,Sloan Inc end Of- Multlpit RIALTY, Lilting COMPANY Mombtr .thut.rn..NO. 14150 CITY Oultldt TAXfl' city llmltt, LAKESHORETOWERS FEATURING :

a. ParS M'_. 910 W. Unlv A...
:," J71JJJJAitoclittt
W ; tlct it Nl lath It, end Jllh' Avo.
Jin. Cildwtl I.y IIotoro J..ry ht. for Horns.IlIad lOOxlOOFt.Lot
yotrt In th. Mobil. Homg |;> "" Extension
Jim Ihtpptrd" lob Kilkmon "."'pll..
:: ivowuss I BR ..,pot IOCX P. W. Hodgo Jimmy Grunt

: BJILT lou, shady lot leap lanced Wl lor SloddardJWK NOW LEASING S Top N.W. Location
: "SERVICE HAS Ntnr Schools BJ thopplng Mil M.M.PARRISH
t" OUR BUSINESS' monthly; Small equity. 1211 N W.Ulh .
: II 371-314 Featuring G e neral G.E. Built-in!

& BAIRD MOBILE I BR I bath, 510 :: : Au., Electric Kitchen
Low down payl. 5/3 quail.
HOMES Iyln.. 372-8404 Homes priced from Premium Construction

MARMOELLER, REALTOR CHRISTMAS will be merry H you ASSOCIATES. INC.H. $15,300 18275.
5 OtOCtll lob. W. Unlv Ave. PR 0U71BY decide .. "buy o ntldonce with' a.mary Woynt Hill Solon, OrohtmCoroivh
line ........, ft..d..... Pooloy Miry PorrunIt Payments from $100 I Near Schools
gJIGO Jet lOt Ida OWNIM.! 4 BR, I both. 4011
Prom : 4W 13 Ave. Wlllmo"..... A..,,. living, Mom, famIly. room wlltitlroploce N I Pint' It Tot' 171-i37! a month up. YOUNG
k Itchon.
AlARRIIO 01 IINOLI, look It Igrett able tn ihort notice. Ttrriiifioori ,
,..".'. I > W *Hh a'lW Clll PR o.m3 thor eppt. wall. I to will ctrptt. glut mary. AMERICA HOMES

''It oMpLITII.y I mom .....n.. PUSNISHCD.Payinanis Thli$ outfit h, you CAN BAvi" POO on IhI.I I Ibartlo.In Ilas Block Pretllge Acrni: .eddrou .. MODELSNow have fireplaces pan '1dBETTER

tower then 0)'vine rentmd B.. I bath home Control .holt, cuptncy within a tow dtyifloxlMl eled 2
built In kitchen' car nO end tormti SlIMS family rooms
t >CM*you turroundlngt eon toll:: tor I good mix.return tromCempvl : ; JIatall ,;.. cm: 171 MM. II SANTA "by giving your tomlly: full baths with indirect HURRY!
ISIS three btdroom. two biin
call fir \j'
: end down town sELLAT COST Open
mao ". voy P00*. lighting, central
:eppt. i'UMI bttoro 530 PM .tvtly now "I" Homo In MtlortOordont II, 110':: :.:: ConpiaMlypnulppad
I'. ...1. 0 of campuS ... tor o loOM pvi.. of ducted heat Italian ,
KING ..,. Ltutllul' wooded loll lot in ooo Ot Till tormt wIll met"lorte" .. Northwest terrazzo floors. 1'
Motile HOMPScoos. .. Will ....II.to ",... Orbs Sappy, too el loOp LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDta Only a few
'II 131551. wound my tI_ VII3M: tr 17141U. only.'....., ..ft lId)

"UII HM H por month) S Swimming; fool g) Rtcrtotion Room 1'0.___ homes left

I IV OWNIR. .....,11I.1 home lot IPAIKLINO, n Chrlltnujt. trot.thli I Estates e Acrol SI Plcnll CrounJi CasInoS HootS SEE OUR NEWLY
FEDERAL QUALIT'VHOMES wit In NW _".... I block IromMyrt Immocultto throe UNrosn.Iwo Contr.l
Ttrwllllgor IC_. Mutt .botoon btth "htm. tn P1044. PubS Air Con4 loundry F.cilitl.1Gorbogo 5iV

INC. to..bt ._1...... Cell PR to lull whtl you tint bun look- I c"...... bulll ktmtg 0) Ston*|. Lockori S Drop Chuti FURNISHED MODEL Buy NswTo
laos N,W. IHn It SaIaraflfaP. log tor Llroo live saN trot. r*> S P.y.4 *.rkiitc Aroot Siciow.lk
'ICe.cdv S Llghttd
Mill ISMS. ......-. Mo. odd to the .....11"1 totting tnThli stctct.d QUALIFY FOR 1965 HOMESTEAD
DIIECT P5046 SUILOSIarIes ISo ins. a lovely S 5I
rtductd no commlulon. iBR. 'h':. .10,0005 I
11 LOTS FOR SALI I bttht, kitchto onuippod, YOUR Now toP will III I Hao looutlfully WMJttt loss I Drlv. north on Main Stor ,
PHA or VA till Nl Utft lor. too lhVtour btdroom 0.1 PHONE 376-4456 NW 13th St to 39th EXEMPTION !
LAROI ., ...."M MaIN M Wlection Hugh litwerdi. InS "o."riUV CaSH modom Libby Holghtt' .homo. i All City dinvinltntogN.
tocotod odltcont to Sift i lull Oil L_. ......... dining" room SISal I FOR PRIVATI APPOINTMENT Av. Turn right I bash I to
DIRICT PROM could" .bo .. Nl 15th 5,. turn rghtIwuthl
.laM,,. with panda llrotli. hear no ulol commlltltn. Porutt ot otllly anvtrtod tiiotimonrtMy ISO Hour Sorvlct $10 DOWN VAS
City w.,.. Also itrvo ton mall Hornet modol I. the own. .it It ftorku' room Sliding. ..til I watch for YOUNG
ibiS Wilde Soda Ml I mliolnorllt excellent 1105150 ttoort bead off Ino living" roomS SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY I
..,,.. Down piymemend Hugh t UNIt pitto tilling otthodo Ns50wesf 5,311.5 .N Salvo's 210 1. t an on FHA FROM $400 DOWN
p, torrnl ot I. trrtngod.Mecomo Big fewer N dt.ln w ,Mill 576.5511 Avenue. Iron, tnrvn. nd > Mcotod M mt ball I W. Urt ST. U.t HWY. 441 lott. MODELS AT N. E.
Homot ... At Ibm,? bodt. AmoMIItt In- 5141SI55. Mill Itroot 15th St and 30th Av.Phon. .. a MONTHLY PAYMENTS FROM
YOU MOVINU TO OCAI Clods contrtl Cal
ASS aId two
loultl" II NW. ION Butler
HIV. a. McCoy 3>.no*_ NbC homo .to 0..... Pie. I BRI tuny: oqulpotd mtdorn 011_ Bros. BUILDERSCOMPARE 372-7070.
T tcr. pond toil with booullfu! MlPoToYcTB bunt noor Jr. 1011_. tiemontory ktthon. All youn uvm
Khooli. end. thopplng' center coin to ntortgow, 75.16
ASMCIATII IttC On lao 1 londKltodlot. Will Avtll.blt"
f>> W. Unlv. 31..11.16 Wads for almIlaf Sana .Sn .LW.KIRKPATRICK WALTER STUBBSInc. 1- Open Daily 10-&
Ollnetvlllo. Prlco ronoo from .
111.000 to HI.MO till McKUmtyOroonjeoltoro. "
.. ,
14 ,W.ltrlr.iil ,
ITHII?. Soles Office ot N.W. 16th A,..
__. Mmnv room, a, I... I.
INIFRED H. .toLAKI ........ on lorge cornor .... SO 35 N. 51510. TnitnoAIKVIATII PI, lied Phone 376-5394 YOUNGAMERICA and) N.W. 39th
....... T.rr.
,Ra.. ......., .........,- .teto,04.
.' PROPIIITIIIml to 5011054 sod __ P54bombay. ,..,. Mtlnl.wnCtol lots Sunnell THESE HOME VALUES
ACItlAOI It's Jso'aS rb Cbt.pfoorl A. W *Mf. UIN lot "We trade hou...
_.$ N. M.I.... _01" JJOII- ,aSl. LouiS IIIIIIM Ion .rttfl. BEFORE YOU BUY

'. IUMMIit HOMIl7l7nlin.d. II lit, 1 both homo to CoralIOMO I. lob-P.OWO .
*5. miulfI II 5aM_ sloP' : mortoMod. tow down ...-.......-........................... Butler Brothers Builders
I '11. CC' SOInMIMI I 'L raetenebte mobIl SAVE! HOMES
I aria Iroptoc-. h7 pa le Nl Nltl Avo.
i. i fr.th wilor Ulh ngiJermonl I or .Ill PR t-1174. I Daily 372-9545 976-9048
M'Odlto Wymer.wnMl | Movo in by Christmas N.jht
;. 1 RR. I betn CB. Itcotlonl con.onion.
> Phono PI Hill I.
Built. M rongo OVMI.No BUY YOUR NEW HOME 1-
.A. us.! _ _ coin down Ply like riM IMp .
B..TAVTA PC 1.01111.1.lIla VIa JSJ mo. 141. II M 011_ 1)H4UWl BEFORE DECEMBER 31

.yjrsn.'sst....'. door 11I,_ Sara'.......'Sf. pi" both IIWOOO Cewilol orto Contiol now Or A-C I HOI 51.5 treot Limited Number of AND SAVE YOUR GREAT
NW Jill per
tee M
irnund If. 050 all 5CS.This
macfIlmS; SrnOrIlSOIfa me. tow down poyment .

1lMe', I. 00 Call yni, MOIM$0'Ml.IlarDt.. 's.. mttnHtro It I oaSis. poc." J or, I COMPLETE HOMES i : SAVINGS NOW

.".airvAs.cla'na. ArM T. omm.JJ I.HI homo MOT OHio C,H I I FROM
.,.11.' A-C, pom!** Lit mItts, llroploco.Built .I ,... following trg roody tar 527 I. V.4w.! *...

.to bookUiolvot ttudyl $10 Down I L..... WolsesbIl Hs. tar
Jol.ir. ontl ,, I no KIRKPATRICK
Ho".. For r>o ontronc.* toyor pnwpoioYcT j lingo ,_By. I g*. dbotht & PIERSON

r\'I""nrriTiSWR'lT.-::: AUKIATII INIM I T2I SW. ISth Way o. "'
\ VA ..:: :::1=
tIM- .., 1Ir1e. JunO 50 '155 W. Unl 176-.1. '- ONLY $10 DOWN VA
Jril, .toctttd on Mllihopptrd _1.--. II (ICaaa.tnyCt.btoful.sO swost armowi ....... lit.
milt Nor* Ol ISIS Avo. I B. tnd ton. SIP 1.w.rn' mor* SAVI MONEY BY I Include' 1 Bl. >. bMln rof. il's koclon.polao.n amos _
B T 4H control .h.tt: trtl bo.Ship.hool HM mtnth- S doling Costs I ... 15.1115. 500.,. 1101011 .51 101451010100 510I I
M opprocltl .Phtnt ,... tolmoort, ano's ..... 5551; Is a$0la0000.SobldsnfluII
Mutt bt MM I PM .It I .toy
CIII altO r for A
*. ..tr..__________ povmonl or.Ion. ;; tligibU Homtittofl Eumption I mm Safaris Vcry 5.1101101 .moOsoilv Is, .... 50156.5I ONCE-A.YEAR OPPORTUNITY!
"T1 FBH CCI low down I I -- mm .* ond IbIS loom 0011 5.05155151 Ia. i -
MODERN uo _... SItS II SlIts I I 5055 'Will dIsrooS beoballs pa.Pp LotI _
homt dIN, ton.DM I Tor or pnono .H .0to. I I ottor Dnonclol "' pnI.5045MV I" I OhIbca'OI .
.!I I.buliwn Air cond." Donwo oo I kiw. >tntoci. 'POD IAII: : 0 noorIfoohon* RfNt. I I*....kowlpgod. ... ( Low FHA Down Payments !I 11.011 1 talsnrIllIC 110115501 ""'. iI I Good Only Thru December 31st!

Wtnwotnor B. Dlipotol. ISIS : 1 IC_. HI It'* Hod SI.. Ctll I I
II. living oroo p.M douwo ..wtgo.IOOWAY toM It'. t_mtr .Alllgood.komt. !| Free Lifetime Membership *04 NW Mid. A...

.iritlM' ... IHtOO.KBAT CONJTIUCTION. CO. ci,_". B M.....".....both.-, IOT.O mcd In fabulous Carol Estates Swim Club i II 170 ssa.sieioson..s.m* NorwoodHope ACT NOW TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATin!

I lit ca M .n NW JoIlft etntroi nott. 111* M Itm

pacs. ......,_ .... SOrniC Ave. VoUN or IMtMo.OWNfl I Monthly payments from $82 1 irlud (i4l40a ,
Amnfasat lie
coin raWIn.town M* per n* elll .., I basal loovMtl PIfA ttilo.MMKOd oonlfko lit J "H15 IPC Kirkpotrsck fir Piers50 h.. M..I 'sew ........ I. Hithlell4 CMrt
Phone J76'f4I71I ,
ntun.ioV; pr rr*. low down ."ffil. MNl We Trod. Homes MOiler reedy for .mm**,.. I NOv AND CORK! OUT 1H'I lltn H. l o>,

DOWN PAVMINT btom. bar .. .... comuM Bt,*... I ,1 or Property
Now Oomoo o as 7.-rr t No _IIY..... laId Mrww. HUGH EDWARDS a".J Al.L GUll .4.151 Alli.'I.l
ii"= 1
wvjor 45 .
RIALTOR 01'1" POll you 10 SI.JO
mM T7bolno. ,, PIERSON
= In.1IO A''I IPMmo BUilDERS
I .... brlct Ironl CO- MI* w U'sSn. AV* PI t-4 nIIMt
... .. I..Won COO *'LL WIhOS U- I

I 'sgrZJrff&sszO.MN.W. 30th Drive bouw. Pio. ram.PNA. Imttwoo I II, I tro nib.ifn. NI 15th Street t> 28th A,.. I Aa.os4.aoos.IGaiisi.nolS.- PS .-SO. ON a HI inlets... SALES LOCATED AT N.E. 2JrJ ILVD. AND 1 lt| TERRACE

M 11400 OUI 40tat. .. I Plum) 372-3471

IS'S 1.-.1.0.....Coli.. atHSil dIlly 50 AporKMd. tIC.........-_.....-....._.. _

A 'd 3.ICT51AI4MG : sseow cAsaise ITs A CAD5SlfliATbbId. I FnUVACMT ML MfXAflt I iIJPCew is ors-p WOShT IS P.AU 94 CHINS 7I4
dEC63 'cdu_ tss75 lacw IT L&'nit l46 SSI51j5 scrcse.u
R/NT 7.1515' Jie IN tEisfIl .T tHATOWtACTW Mt S'TOl1l'flA3j S. Ibb4
P55trSNLD ( #440 AA) M AUfcJtTO'.tW PuRMAcP'' A cv oUAM SOoCtiXf fSHVKM / TW4 ICLP ie5$ b 94 O COT bedooltO 17 P100* wos LATI PATh05 I'dwaGSccSS

NAve OrEs AbC 1 P0016CM! 'e8s& 4101LPR1A S.aaK27JQa
IIIARP bC13N5F itoT*50 *"**- >UT .ll msfipFf Sob T5'esla4 1 SppQ P151

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42 ,...... Ac,.... 45 Uolartlh.4 -- ..
A.... 49 loom for list .I W....... t* Ivy 66 Milt. For Sal. 71 TRUCKS FOR SALE I
: "ro.. ,onCK. .lOG oc,.. po,,,,, CLIAN I M lot. Kit O eJiiDM-In I IS Aiitoneiilu for' SolaMndmM. I I? AatmtakihH Wontod
,..,... I ,...... N"" CHI.. =: r.: "' :I-----;;.. lI'g. c'oon CAI''''. COIIIOWANI IDA0 141011 I 'TYPE loB to .,oe_ CsORDYCI .. lpu 't: 001 bid. MoO p54 II slIp. ._ U.L 50 11111115 ,,- _" ifili .. II'"IIINOON IIIIVICI IT4T. i '*3 20.. twIst ClEW, .sLIllillO I CANo .VMOOD .00541 twoSft CASH

AsIOCIAJ1S INIip "alt..tt.. 3. ,...,p''". ilOcos' P5 .1t.1 J!!: Ml Nl- Ird I' ....... 01101 Nfl lid IfII I PIStols P501 1116 sr 4th 59SI tit Mrvlco.. PlO Phtn labs pina CMovnuotf. W turn. Slow
un"' R itS
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W. I ILK f o'. CAMPUS WfcltcniPrtylloOH. toll doIlIPL I .n 0 frM. _to O'oto35
r ,' ClOM, to mtkotorllcowtrlt. a ...., STuMP ft COIN IHO: I SPECIAL ON WALLPAPER Mtar Teli b k.01wioSS0CCAAiUuaI&i'f
HWY ;:;.,,= LIPA tultlblo : 47 H..... fe, Hint '"? m ..... in M to liOuM 0(5 w lol3Ol'ufly Los, Iconic. III" WHIM thoy IM'. its PLYMOUTH ,Pur a'. 104
iiwilng., Nil IChooll porklnf. Coll PM Hit : Motor itkK Witt, .good. tonntl
MOEllER. REALTOR flM/oftULLm, lIome. lll. **"*i I one I ..M.HIC' HARPER PAINT CO. Oh. out 52* I V OH MIX 00115, PR 44.011| FOR
MARY I ball fui000up4 PIts' a. 64 HuehoW OsodsPRICES II IW m It. fnont Pit KO. 752.2453 lake Clf'un I .ll.rS.IPSIllIA. .
1'" W UntvtnltY' Av.. Ft ..ur I, 511111 COllArs.. lullll15' POll. ROOM. cKte $.. ofMreijerking ,
1. P11001 31..,... J. nrtrHierelor. lyilltblt. -omb'Um-: COMPTONS *ncyclopadlI9J4 I la. 'I I
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41 Colored Property iOltOttIllOrilIIIOl' m II hi edition. Fit 6-600! 14 AUTOMOIILI "PAIRSwr.e.Tlo.OW tf .
I I!D ODM. "leo'', "'", IIIIM, C'II FR tllf7 .
166.3340 In Mltloopy' KNAPP thot. Call FR 2. lOaD VW, rw* Mint' t tipnol>t.ri,, .'''' IM.TTfIII Christmas.UPTO3OO
HOMES POP SAIl iiUbI SNA Wanted To Rot WIW. MM or UM toy oqu,* I
ivslybody.HENDRIX .
undnH 7534 AT I
I A I bedroom H urn it IMi lit. AI, cwuIIII.o n 0711.5, North III W* limnIo$0.LIKUNUWI ___ tn N,' Solon t.035f dull.HAI1.P0ISS A ........ _to DO mo. PoP YOU .
Avt. Until town piynwitftunlfily -. hutTW. 31M' 1142.51 WOIOP. CO. n m Mill, lltor 4. MAWII POW1P.IMotoa.
I Atiricll. 50 "" _' WANT K root hold tor 31 I* 1110 00.OILSILT ... ca.HI .
MVnwnu 10 ui FURNITURE API'" JIll p10fW. 104 M
C.II .1701.I c.".. M wnt.rn hilt II louOtloy.r ,I, I POP.O AN>. I 'AOat .
All' hornet built M your kwm > NW IW A_ .,1011I11. 1010110. .U 574 SodtrM Sol1'5& ftllll_ .tll., booS tNoi MPR M. MAIN
... down ,.ym"" ptnn .It 1Iau.. lor ronl Narthe.., .... PP. n<,|. P1150315,2541, cnnd d PR IM50S
Ittvo 4 hvnwroportmont ...>l ottor I P M. tr IM "I
Pt UIL 0100 1-1151.. OoroIMtH, sip "wnm, PNIMAUI I, P0011.0.4, I lit ...... wIllulot! in tin, .unllont COMtlon. .. MCCULkOCH CNAIN JAWfc n.M IS Aylemoeilot fa* SsSi'oi9iV7'sS I I _III...T:!'.... III __I II I :
ml I
tt Ompui. Mutt bt -
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.."" tultt M"l M. Pn. Jrt-tMl otttr 11CLIAM 101 6504. Mr.oI PS : .
gntwrtoex, Writ. I IP.WI SI.lion w_ laid
I Intirelled In buying: will TV IJIJ. CCI ,,"c.. y.TS: 401 II. DunttM Wty Win, "'. Nl loth Aos. To.lt ed with ..,..' $5111tnn5 C0OIVIII. '
,| ton .! flu, right pius Cii N PIll,1. 37103.114I 121 NW UIII F: I flu Pom btforo Juno I, PtionPnyilci ..... NI rlw .Hrt to IM Mnrt lor lotfor ... 11111 lr ,,.... 'hone $400' 5OO'AND 0-
311"" D.pt. oltor Jon .. blip .... HOVM. IrMItn a WMort. FABLE SAW-ST5 11JO.H .
MOVI IN LAliiii iooipt.i11' ... HtPMO. WOPK ON AiWlAKIi. 466.3310POLAROID "
IA "botloinon. Clll P It 1-5001 Mlcooopy PLYMOUTH, tttlU pose,
cc. I bedroom one N.mmini. biliwi. 52 loord.n Wissid5OAlDClli 1711 '13 PONTIAC' mi .It POlO
cirt.rl. 010151111' ...., ,.. with DRIVE :
low 6011 Mymtnt. Suit I" or. TPOINT- cemere nWier VI 4-Door loden, ..... SIll|.
I ..
.. II.I. 23111 MCCOY TIn,...ll u bIer 10010016 Ifid IIOrt'g.,..laS... 511016 0003105, y54 1w.. ROOM AND 051 Oltctrl rIngs M l.ed wniPO I.,1t6 C.ll eundey GOb lid only light PR 01011 I .,. IJMo:M 1 .W POD "... pickup, ._
Oluflid' Iii, ro miie ..,.I homo CM*. lao -" AL NIP.NDON IIP.VICI blAT
day I6.731t III Wilds .. no., r' Mil. M... through Thurtd I, tu II .lh
"''ahtl ".."'" $50007 P16' l' mln frwiu turn. IALI WhlHpoel Imporlol' lullmitte neon PR p-Mio. It _
p.r hIngIS mIs -on ... cOld. 237 SW 2nd PKOCLIAN ...*... 17J.! l...lrtnt ewdltMn >- CAJI. ir ll" .Ion. .,., !31uPONii2a54 cnv""rilCiMT HOMEINANEWCAR .
Pltio Ps HIlt. nnroct Jock Morgon X,- HOW CD. mdioo four bo,.. UC
4|.| COLORED RENTALSNOW nwdorn homo. TV. mtllMrvM bgn' 14" lIdS. Intlro glow tron,. ,
I '" fu"'. _.. IIIr ron' Kom. cooklnl, I mool I It Sill or J77t4.WA1HI Hiding doon. III*. Pubs Low "loll COIK. .O cor. Ph. r* o-Mn).

RENTING 'OItDYC' ft ASSOCIATIS 'INC .... I lIpS o ww Ill hm *. complrtoly, portoblo.to. 11011105104 1964 CHElROLEf' '

COLO0 $ltr* modern Ill... .24 W. Solo. 3'.IIJO pp 4.1161 Apt tIll 5001151'. Cow mo : 5 "PT. troller, CIDonl lops 14'11' IMPALA w. PI SAIl Au.... I I ICyl I
pin iportmentl. lorlle living, till VI"Y .tt'ectt.. conlomPOl. old Ctblnrt llylt w ontrtctoOH 14 tt II..... ...... motor end lu.". met t Mr. iri V. 'Ufa-'ItJtrY Mr. UrkttMi.n
Ztning' ...*. mortem kitchen, with, flOoo. 1000150usd, o, Ofllu,0uiIudit. 51 Ofhca-Dotk Spot ::17,1. or C. I. _-.. Coder MMotor g ltl| lOIn I P M.
.... ..rg* tte/eoe ._.. lerrMflow .., Mid cwuue Sod Unl..I". Ct. Coder (iv. Pie. FR 2-3 31
*, till -bethf. tpoct hwl .JL1! 2.. Pot 11.1 IKOWNWHOP.II. T-A-0 APPLIANCIS 'M PALCON |ood condltloil I USI
7 end M oath heoer, teclllnt utbns 110. ItOof ...... LIItSIIu IMMI add ftuoronHodotriooriton DUO-THIRM Heller I OT _. sod toko v* pirmentt ol IJI.OI SEE BARKLEY
from no olr. bwwort, IN ,.lIon tIll enttend "",11I"" PSau P1 $5531,
'" M 41 H...." for list Unfura, 000. fIght grog,. ..callon' 1104 It ... tonlComoKte .
WIt: 1.:7.:: from P N g.llon hot Ills
Mm 910... 1101. Ptuww PS .".7. ... IHI POlO CONCh WAGO3T.
\ gt till. for .PllOlnl....., 17mi > Ebkufi/viJ.--! / living room. dlnlnS '0 i* i Td >0. PT. tt otflaPKO. 1, 0.Wotfwni.... tram from lI .* u, U* HU174 con*.. outo I'...... t H. toot
or an an. room, tOo. bo'h. icrovwl porch KH NW SIN It. CIII VI I Pood-Protttrt trout tit ... Oi ItL'1 Inoilth ble"". '" Ilk. nmnn miioi ml ewiw Uwo nra. win NOW
Convmlwl to Uiopplhg CMtr, 701 V VMOM.FRISHL1T DUnwoHion trom M. litl .. Ooubio. bed minreio oowrtagi. MM lor .rot,. c.n msurIII .
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Ctt for tint( WiUr turnlih' .. now ond UMdl ""
44 |ot Avdiabll Jan. TV Ion lrom IJS .. UI IIPOIl'l lOll
.,. rMocortltO otlltt IOKI mothlno. IIMlergo ,
_! H5 Photo Fit 43IHFlP. APPLIANC' co. built poww lowing
lor nut?. upiitlra with I itilr, JIM vonU "" ".,.. HO Oevdum III 1LANTON IO.OI.
....._ tontiliIuid' for 010511prOlll I IN. kl'e 501504. 115 alt HW Ill 60. Ph. 372550IIUPHOL Auto a....
0" pay uoo wits Sod iou .....Ier. hMtln. ........ II I* It IIC .
hY _.... hat hOd cold 711 N' 121h A... I II 1 "bail,. me Sir condltlonlnl loon OKttiMt block Mdo 0 DMtltoll Hwr 441" NortfiHigh 63 Mercury
illr _lied lu' roil, at 155 00. 5015.0 torch. 01', .nd' 1100mo. roll w.ybod, .'...". Iprlnti 4M.II41M PICKUPS & VANS
5116111OabIloaIIalll fuel I Oil Woodiomount 5." 1HoodIO 'yl.<
Call KI'.eol'ck' 130 Nllth II.C.'I I
car n..ry. tot, coltM t.blo. cn.lrt.' 1 I Iloins fl' CHIVY 40t
Hunt M lucumrv tstoor M
2YLr N UnIv. PP 7 "n4S McKIflvy 1)_. hut ._ Norwooe Hopo 4.0301 liploy coblnot .,..... tl. ..._ _oml...... HKMII.V clot ly wjulppod. Factory 01'l lI .
P1 1-3611. iuuoiNO bio' bOW onwr .*........, Itomi. FIllS' PIOIA000 for saILa Mil, PI 4 PI tunllont coMklion. ONLT I onditionina$
r' ,mlih d Apto.p CCI. fully equipped kit, SIll W. Unlyortltr *yo. Pint ClMIOHIco Hurly Nil Pumlhirt hop I H cut to order CHI I owner Clll M i-jut 111..
I'' Lumlltl' ft WIPv'ooooIlg
'-'" Air cono, oioyotor NW 11111 Ayo Pnono P* 4t t. or "J-IIJI. '' 4 PM $2895
fwiciit been. y.rd, NW teciion. "' ......, ..".... JonlNlMrvlci C'P. or
II. L.. bIlclrIuI. Ill. .''''"n fu"'. UH po r ..- Cm ytlfnHl ... \.bbs. Clll FR tMMorPHIKlt 'II .I\"hotov4 rMtt, luntnuttt .- -
.,coat ill far CookIng 1111111. NW 3011, Ay..Ti ) ball: Ie Mil*. For Solo 71 Co".Hyllt'lall nut iner
hi' 50 ..... 010 HI 3rd A.... 'H' kit. MulppM' ,.'og., 'it. nmcnl 'OI PM. 63 Ford :
C... PS .._. bock ,. $00 OPFICI I P 4 C I AVAIUILIDow. I youra.it for o thrill ftmo DulOnS Toe ".lId... iioICHIV.
V PI' m. CIII 371 ...... C.01 hot a A -0. I.AC 00CaicP111 U C_. J17 entto. .
EFFICIENCY ARTS.Ut 1311. for .apl. $10 PI' mu. Coil us$1101. lwIP' llr t 11_ you UII lluo luitr. : 60550 Nlt.Iuo ..mHuup frills ri WlllrKllon SoloS WWII Calo>i* 500" Mdan, IU.
.. bunt Oloctrlc Miwnpoow IIMcOonloll SoWy. ruloWIo5 gar, *,IIOISr afildIllIOl trontmlulan "
lomalK *
MO. 3"571 .r m 194 gill on fiotr I ft N, mw nib.b.r pn
2 BR HOUSE Pumltur.' CLa Gall ,1lfld.. 1100 t0 "I, .
Mlcenopy toilIng,, lid. MM HI.SO Con.>.. 5000 sf111 17001 ictull mil. conIrene or ittorlng rarfla htoto :
mo in 143:] vlllo.Inopplni. $121. *'151 III' I
.. : ond flnonco. COIl VtloMbolero
lOtS M 54 fcXi.mil ....t.l. 2716053 IN I
puller Gordon AMrtmentl 10th AypI spud tATISaod Iuol I... ? m. I M PMIIM '
0" sod two b.drnouuu "' .... : w-ii ,hone 11113.Id. 2095 ::
.nd 5045 thY labS
3 I 51. I b.'hI.CCS .,.,. sot Odds
,lined end unrurnlihtd ill. SOuND NEW olllct or POP.o-4. | ...., illm."ow .
tlKtrlc kltchent G.aIliOSIP Cull 376.1562 offer ., at "' '''* It'll NW lOll 3754714. 71 M.klctl Morel.)***'!.* N''''". mulrtr Sod .Iu..... THAN OID1NARX nCK-lIK VANS _
condlllenlng SwImming' ItS PM A... 112. por ..... P1,0.0 Pi TV. III. PLAYPSO, 10' 'A511.HUTI jwod iirM. tni. -p_"-- .twnADVIITIII : 63
0251 WHOOO U. IMOIIKcondPjytl4. -
pool on. block Iran P.KYonge till NW lath A... ORGANNtwmt
School. From $ICJ per 3 IR | Mm Goal Condition FOR LIASI 10.ON .... tt ..tonbullitlng. ._ .. SPINET IN TIll "300" 4-Dnor HardtopAlrconHitloninq .
month SIbyl youn Soul, Cormr ltOmn.Ao.bbbIoodofls.s W. Unly A... Plo 14" airl.:t MuncIe .m 01,611100 coi. 1--- l'Oll, wlt5 IIUVICI' DIIICTOIVCO.PI .
EIPKPTtICt' SIALTYSt OIls mo. C.ll HorMitll lIt .. Pl mot.lOOH biienraiTMKII G.M.C. Truck
I W. um Avtnuo ind lOtn eor *". 17._fnont Ctnttt
T.".... 17M4MNEWLY ; N. Mill' II. Fl 1..01I ..., 5 It I-1MI or I. P. Mlioll' ', AND-lit''DLI-"i m SI 600 Muac papunoSot.OSIILSY co. 2895 ;

DECORATED A'TS. Col. U HOUS' 'Iu Oooa' HulgIlo' Fit "'551. _______ JO" DolUM' Konmer* olMtrlrono. OllossollI. II0o50l. ConlermltN FOR THE CORRECT
Mot ttudentt ind coupiei win." : for ronl or lou' Ills' C.II 'OR bALI OR DINT on hMvlly ., like now SIll PMno Pi It TIME 0 ..
Coil, Ntw- I 1971 .ttor 1 p.MTHRei I'... Sd hwy It M.''''', bgllj- 1.7053.PIN o
out children oreterred ''n, tultoftio' tor root, ....,. of.IIc. __; mwim lId bo'.'_ ukiloio 62 Chevrolet 7
btrry 47*CT5 Of m 1371. Mdroom, I buN uoluvui.01. ; ;;; ... witCOM. h
., roitouront, "'.11 SOlos Ofl )> POlO I. .. MW tondll e nent condition' FR 21411Couillisy .
IN ALACHUA on* bedroom mobilehem. od. 1110 ptr month. 'lmirdl.l.occupincy. '.'galal. none 4M-MII. ntulitlon' .,.., .,"P''.... .... Spool. 1. Clll VI.lUt ilHr I:11 e.1 l Air 4-Donr Sedan. 6.
.. prlvilt' I lot, '* ml'. louinct ARNOLD P.IAL.TY lor ront 371 ..... PMOIVl Of V'SIT' THESE AUTHORIZED evil", ..", outomatlc Iran. .
AlKhul Cill :lEO or H* CO. SMALL i.nouto THI SIP? OP A LIPITIM million, power ittirln, .
Ch,lt.r Dinl.ll.' ISO moT :l7Hm. DAN VYRD porn tow, UII ONLY wool., HAMMOND ORGAN UIII."llf Chanr&tPS. hool. 0

tit turnlihed pirtmtnt 17000 I IR I both, CC nomt. mnllyloom. 176-8268 pInball ::.n'l':'1.1'1w: PIn 500eV 50507 .- Mill M. .t 1611t A... radio
3 M t l.th. 125 M tw.r Llttlnmod. Mhool,. 111 POSIlOflI a *455001111op. JAu $0. ...,. budgit Warranty Dealers M595 :
) IK IV* Bath WOO pie mo ... PR I-3M or Mttt ,.. clll JaM MorlIl ...".. or 072 2014.G. "...1_. M the nemo I...
MARY MOELLEft REALTOR IN NW l4.h Is' 172 ,alA through fill ,NOlo A Himmo*

Hit W. Unlyprtlty A... PI ....71 I I It I bothi cvit "halt. built,m. .working E. 'WASHER.condition IM: Orgon will., M.I you hm III I*. BARKISEYMOTORS 8 tr G MILTON 64 Buick :'
,,, md ttor< < Hod long run blOb It II worn
bitch ctrptrt orH 5< lullnon OpportunWitlt
.tl"l MOTORS
111101,1* I ID for rOil IIIO ptr III ... _PHONI PP. aol huh fl eth.r "'.....* I MOTOR CO. INC. Ll Sob. 4.0mr Station .
AI.It floors_, modern, tilt furniture.bothi, ler.OnlyI ... Plo,. ,R 1-117. Sums JIK 5 R.oI.l Un'll"' LARGE CIRCULATINI a ERNIE I TAUTLER REP. 2009 NW IONs Sto5 70J N. Mal. SI1FR Wagon. 9-Poimgr. Fullytquiptvsd ..

10 mlnulM from Unlv.nlty on 441loullt 15 I $ 1 bath kltchrn lurnlihHI iMritici' prl''COI, Ill IwmRntouront WOOD HEATER $20 Atoll Muilc C., .Inc I 2.1471 PIt ...7111I Including' SIP.SodltlounhIoo. ,

cm. No I74-745I chlldrm. or 37isixPKIVATI (ttl.. Itt tltir.PM4f. 'fjnlu.' .Avt. Plwnt J7I-57W ) C'......will,.. Incluon bar tully ml oejulpipn M. _Call 752.24S3. LoLl' City .III IW J Phono AMO.lnMylllt. VHHtACCORDION "IN THI AUTO GAMEIAIILIY'I { ; : I .

mo I "* tr.M.r compHUly CLIAN tw. broom. $110151, -oqulp'_ I...writing With' IIw,An. trtntoo wnuouclly, pionttof tint 1963 4OiToI. et block 01tembly lor wlo, rouonMliInquire TH' HAM I"ZlDI CRANE POOLl.GAlLI '3750

(umlilKd, MO ptr month 5011 cl.. IS 50. $100. 161. 'nont577. 1I.II.d 5,34 p..n ", ono, m.kI. SI 00. 7S2-24S3 Liwll. Jtmlry" Ct. ploPS N. Mel 51. I LlncDln.M.cury MOTORS
.. I4le _ I
I4SI II art II. F$ REALTOR '.2.4U. .
Phnntiy4I254 niter I em. MARY MOELLER. PR 4MWONOIP.PUL Solos City..OY' ,,;TNI T PIANO full ""nenktybutd So. .. UIII."ity At.. lit II IsP Avo.FR 63 Oldimobilt'HI
Room for RmtNld' SIP" W Univ.' *0. TOYS modal fymplkt' InIng ti.1. SoloN .Inciudoi: 2.4lSl P1 2.414.
4< Unrurnliht1 Apt., Buinni'opoortunllyt w.r frockAmorKm UUIANI MUIIC STOPS 2-Ooor Hardtop,
..,.. tim K.II
M: I ; ;
UliMISHID Con.v ntooihh.td iiITUDIO .
ocrM ol line with M Ply"1 tr.ini otnor to.toyl. .. mil lit itotrlng, 4uIl2400tiC
uniyvilty' and doss tt'llon, micltrul "'
imt to builnoo. ttrvlct
I I*. opt liko nm. quilt' IB.. torn Phont PR IItlS erovo, room tor trilUr Phono PS 14011. lilt uprlgM plono NMknbiord I IT! WE.POWIRS RIDGWAY tlOn""I..I". Sf000ll' 1110101

clout ground. Dingo i rttrlgturn. court l...llon All for wick '.'" SALE' GE .P".1''. Good coMition. ,IdnCnriiimM I AUTOMOIItlalPAIII MOTOR COMPANY
Con. lIP coon h..t, miter -NTiHIDR isl'* kltcKI FOR gin. Pa 1501' or Ut 1 I $2515
mo VI IW I4ttl Avt. POoch Iron com_ .:. IW lit A. .. Would. lolling coniidor duO right t. Illnoii mne' oltrotfo oliwntr. StereoCollJR_ 2.Q002LUtLMAN SrPPM.. tIll PR 14114.PiiH$7MAi I I .uolHy UM (... 104 H. Malts S".t I III I. "' .111 OhupotFR

1711511 CHI 37H3tl M.lt OtIldlilO only MAlIK HAM'" MclntoifliPio. Mlo"ond II X 11 I1,*. SAVINGS HIT POICII 2.Z"1 II I.'." -
--- torn fool 1121 Nl lm Or, PItitn Il III III _c........ land ANTWHIIISOUTHIRN 61 Comet
.SlOtrUliulOlO 1014 ICCOt.
IN 'HULL OIL Co. 11510? ISiwlP. ___ DERDA MUSIC CO. 4-Doef Jidan Jiandar
loc.txl It 1114 I. Unty.r.lty $1701, 1,16. now OltIdlIllIt .... C..IfA ttN_ ._ MII0J7)JAutomotive .!." IIM t lorvll* STATEWIDE WHEREVER THE 'IO"lsI, ,
1O'.rllCtlon II I. Unlvortlty mdHlwIHortio U7I. III' N M.'. ...
Forest Pines I It.... Tnt tuilon. lipr.iontly tO YOU .It"" GW EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED AND IN $995

An Excellent Colored Neighborhood ..... t.c opM ll.nt MlghborhooO one' doing bull fttontl.l Our Vory iMt loiiori WiiKot tnd Pop tht Thl Now MOST STATES THROUGHOUT THE -
Cnn>tmM 61'o7i"ila"
Minimum Invoitnwnt rooulrM. > 'I IIIU'KI P01 16AL&lNLlSll
SlId ....*r tr.lnlng' toInwr. YMrPHOPtNl IP BAtAICHIP. NATION.
....e.... OH' M,. Of P.OAOPa GMC lion Iuh. I. "300" 4.Doot
SowN it PR tllM for InMr.m..iM nut 141111000 ayoolog IaOMIlIo.. COO_ V-S Standard trammlilion 1 .
or ".-_ irttr ..N pwo with' I word won till, nXI SHAW tr KILTER UNIVERSITY tadia. hontorJ1395.

PM. SINGERHound ...d ......11..... 7 liCHH.I. I* ply( ... mil: IW MM MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET CO. ,
KILL OIL co. h.. I mod>rnthroo bobbin. ..." or riot SIn eK w* e
i.tinot. iwippr t* I'o' _.. lluo. Centoct WHlUnCoritOT XI A..
boy ronch ttylt Hit I Ii 111 W. Ulll..lt' ISIS N. bails' St.FR .
..."..... for ImmMi.to Itllt ond mi** tulle.,1-*** WtSI C.rilon-1 Oolry. Hmom. .ow..0. I.nn .. "
p "
II NW llth: howl ond Xth A... tr M oor mo. T hofet-;
Illllon I. toAilpprt with modlrnoquipmont MKMno' Cl HI W. W"A

oaclllont' no'Ihltr.hOld ... :3 '.tin.____
.... trmilont 5.1111 I III.Mluiltnum "" MiLLER.BROWN. TROPICAL Imeala' spent loup, auto
1964 SELECTS-MAT '*4 (uM lloctr.. 4 door k.r* VISIT YOU. a ,
fooudmuot oowoan. lOH tflll I .... Ml in* Kit vrythlng, @ PONTIAC INC. Asih.nfod' malic trantmluian, paw
paid" ".',r traIlIng' ft I. wrtnum. A\-:: ; 155 radio. n.ator,,
; .15412.10 MlM. ... lltorlno
omy .. ..
iimncin' ...'11. n. .. 110 H W. lIlt Aila W000S55VFR
....'.. 101050011
I 4222
.lIIe 0100109W.
cm Mr OKooch MPR ?
I Mil lor mtorm.iion. or ..*..... *.r... ...-*II. r*<. MELTON MOTORS I IONs St. a.uII DillIp, T. ., 2195
375425' iftar I M P M .''-' .HWiBwntt ..
..... M .4SS2 -- -
'loVi Moehk. e*. m N. MAIN IT. PI tnn .
K '' '
Iulldb i-.i lass sI Duo.1 II.. $ASOOOIO .ii W. univ A.*. "..-...11.ciL'MOOiL 1 Tempest

McCoy N I. Hh AflI. sod N I. 25115 St. 4,000 Sq. Ft. Mod. ,. H .r Poll, 4-Door Sedan radio root

HomooThro I ,,_. I .'.- one", ". HonM"PUIMIM I,.
Five Ntw M.ionrr dinor, I Itrtmlormon I Value Rated SALECARS
bedroomi. tile both, kitchen Iivi0 9'"!' *front?"'' ern, connni.ntly ur, llloo. AoutrhW i $1295

arId utility room pIus PUltt.
room ond a large iteroge W. thotmoitit UudCort 1 -
with plonti
porch. Built on a nice me lot complete located war.house i"IL5SICYCLI Lill. now Nl TRADED IN ON THE NEW 56 Chevrolet
and lawn. cat In or cm' liter 4 ot 114 B&G MOTOR CO.
coil . ltd Pitci' 6 .hl.d.
In.M.ne (loi.ni 4 dnar t dnn cyl
lIMO price
350.00 lot PI ton Cidillie Oldiiwobil '
only SpaCe, corner 65 CADILLAC & OLDS lid tI..1M
.1' 65.00 'lMINOrON ILIC. sod undor.wot 2COI NW Ilk St.
Monthly .ymo.1. (tacM'" .INo mtn..ot lyoowrlf.r. tu I IIII '295
rm nelne.ltlo lNOFHA( with parking IMOII prtlottor, HO wlni -------. '
Way. oto s end pins right In, bIos a siw 16105tf. bock tnolf I'O ocw. H, Wijl. '64 Oldsmobile 62 Oldsmobile ,6 __ >
brtoro 4 III. -,.... GAINESVILLEAUTO

Cbistmsi.OPEN SUNDAY 2:33: PM TILL 5 PM $150 Mo. "TlCTlTlC HAIN, ;-IMl: Acwrdlo. ; SALES 94 Lunury Sedan Old* Met MdaOn 18 Hatdtnp r .,ipa. On* owner. Sold sod 56 Pontiac

C.N6ir.ldorV Q. McCoy Ut. '54 Crimolre Rmg.Ml. ?... =-MlIW Ownr Sold and trvlcd ily I & O. Mrv.cH 'by I & O .". 0"/) m' *, WHiti l.Onor Sdon AutnntatlfIranimiuian

FR 6-7290 Call FR 2.4206 Pond tin.Woddlng Avo. P. ."11. 1007 H Mole St. factory lIroS55dItlOSId, cru.>* r 'wfiolautonx with rid Inter Power Ilflhu.IOq; pnwoibraket power .',,,.

Clrieo located at N. M.. St. s.d ll't JId. WOOD' PO* ,AL'. leiloM *oll.niguorinhMd. F1ie.. FR 2.CIII .y*, tilt 1'.r'nll..1' full i year UW wa'renty.. MAC fiSn Ing ,od'". *
** ...... Northuntral Florida I tignal wtktr radio with. roverta'attan, "_'"11' 395

pnonoPaHfMSINGER. ...... many oho ..'101. 100 warranty.

nop, Irxleeondent 0lf Slut c.MAC (:nancing. $2,095 ,-
I..... Pod CNlSlmao Swill lii I -- -. .-
4501110.1' W ..... W5W.iV. i10l 54
I SERVICES 511015. "I 00' Oonoia 54S5 $4,195 2'Oaar Sedan. V.. .,... Uard
lossit 154011000' _or. 60NANDOMAN .
51105 P1 aSI4P"II5LIlw5AILl RIDGWAYRAMBLER Irantmmion, rad 0.
I Oldsmobile
'- '64 Oldsmobilo 62 55051..

And BusinessAuto __.OIlS... III.ft 501r UIff If''Ia'" .5100050 50905 91 Hording wH.n, On wnr. Sold II Stdon J) 100 inili Canl whit* 395
Home 1,100151 III5i .
121. ... 5llOallllS tadla rwoler .und in POlO Dol....., Gel........5 LOWAS1 eervktd by"II': C Al'csodifowv.d, I'M.'I ('N. CVAC litqnclrg
CRIbSlonlalol year 56 Pontiac
*1(11600 II.VIC' 07)3127. IAMIII StASIS outontc eye, Sl wtil powerIteoring .
Sd power ", .h... power wtndrwt, 4 dnor eodan. aulnmatl

Mortgage Broker Roofing 1132 Mat, ..... ioyaok.sck ",_. '100 wo<. $1 ,995 _... "" radio, heat


,. p... cent mortot. tormo ft C- SLANT-0-MATIC 372-8433 $3,995) $295
51 III 50 wOW oi
pot OMiNu5
"uJ"1"IUIIB. ll'IftAMTI liars 014055011111.Gong. A..... I lost '60 Oldsmobile .
Cal: 010. wtlll 1sf alit MaSOS 54

Don yrd P*. 115.U1' --I- 540515.9.000 015.500 P.,05 II'5100055.to SIN MOM a50a '64 Oldsmobile 91 Sdon On* owner Sn
PM. --11I- Dsorsluutugi .. 50?. to 1 .... 50 DODGES tradd M on '6) Cadillac Aittinned *. *. J-Oow Hardta, AutomatW

*_-010.55.. -110011 II IS NI1IM POOR IPLCIIflV"' er 1)-1 call G5a_ 00000.i5000135 lISCoW Cool 510Co,11lSO 65 91 GNiam Soortg OHIO. On ownr, electri' wndnwt *wi i',< r,*. I tranofftlMlan, aawalt P

.-... Ci'f ll0.Pal ........... a 50i60s. iol50 IV ILII5 Sold and wvcisd gv I ir (. Aircamli.tianta year C. 5 IOP61.1I.. 101105If 50 50 trSsP Con 151111S paso5.54f- "../ SOON Mil* control V.I.
J ,... Pit laW' .. outamc *y *
55. 6" OS 11101 4 PM. ialSp
II Clams 6 It 0.50 '. booMs window yvtwat $1 '
-- _. LCC50l WarrantySll power | .rlnG. 395 M95
SIlO"AI.. tEll ullOtD 3700 ow ia.* Aos 10211' -p- 50055511 Mi 10 50 10151- -0.505 4150y 7541"DODGE 100' warranty, '. CMAC: (i-

PtA AIB CONVlHllOOIAl 40 505 5015055i -**. <
(0450 miVJJIOMtv P50 $10135p BOYS" 57 Chevrolet

ISIS S lIlt Ay|. '*l 31713151 f N _.5 ...' 0 $3,995 '59 Oldsmobile ...... .
pfmr773I biaoaai1 .',. Olul'OllS .". 2 Doe* Sdait.rod. ., .
.. N. II. a 'i r' 505 III it 50115 50S 504 A. AT
Of SN -IIC 5r501t4050.
110035 _
'OItIUC' I ._ _,_. 0500 tm|_ '
& II OIuooliblls') Traded"In an .J 01.... .
GlauAut '"$ CLlANItlKlrbrt POOLE.GAlLEMOTORS *, 11.eliH.
1- tv t f f* t.IMi iU t l8 ACl>UAI
en S UMP. ..Bo v.enty boil ..0V SIll 63 OldsmobilcSuper I .....'- ,...." 1l0510q1 16OSUIS I r-

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Fill II 11 GolnotvUlo Sun ,Wednesday December 23. 1964

University Building Design

I I Put Under. Tighter Rules ....

"TALLAHASSEE (AP) The Other points in the statement,,'construction choices, were to beheld \-f'4'
State Cabinet laid down rules approved by the Cabinet while I to a minimum and that
I Tuesday to govern the design sitting as the State Education I no alternate could provide for
of new university buildings and Board, ordered omission of a part of the build-
designers to
spelled out that the president of ng or any essential equipment
each Institution must approvethe "use reasonable restraint in the 3x J
design in detail before Cab- architectural treatment of all More Pecans
inet approval is Bought buildings and particularly at existing
institutions" to be sure Next y'or If your trt.i art
The policy also requires that each was compatible with iproytd for Spanish MOM nowt I I
surrounding Call FRanklln 6.2661 for free ;
building "shall be complete
each structures.The tstlmott.: I ;
and usable for the pur-
poses for which it was designed statement also said that FLORIDA MT CONTROL. I
and shall be designed for alternate bids, providing for CHEMICAL CO.We're I 6
economical construction."

:The Cabinet adopted It with
'til 6
I out extensive discussion or con Open p.m.

troversy.But .
Christmas Eve
Secretary of State Tom
I Adams and others recently have -
criticized some of the unlvcrilty '
buildings on grounds they LARGE SELECTION
j were not In keeping with other I : Women's Boots
I nearby architecture and were I .'Black P.t.n or Gold,
not welldesigned for their
purposes. I
The stale policy grew out of 200
I the controversy. Board of Control TO 3 P.M.Women' TO$1.95
Director BTWard C u 1
per said, howenr that the peP-I' Shearling /
visions of the policy HOUSE SLIPPERS
I have been followed anyway. Limit .A] (/

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Today InHistory Pleas 7

Actual $2.95 Value
Sixes 4 to 10CHILDREN n



the 358th day of 1964.There area Genuine Kid ,
sight days left In the year.
;Today's highlight in history:I DRESS Leath.rHOUSE
On this date in 1783 George SHOES
Washington resigned his commission I ,

of the Continental as commandcr-ln-chlef Army at the i 2 66 SLIPPERS 'T4V

statehouse In Annapolis Md.He SIZES CHRISTMAS MUSICWUWU"
then retired to his home at PR. 6 to 12 L
Mount Vernon Va.

On this date

In 1788, Maryland voted to;
cede a district 10 miles square, for Boys and Girls Actual
for the seat of the national Boots $4.95
ernment. aov.1 .. Oxfords Loafers Values %
In 1823 Clement Moon's Patents
Visit from St. Nicholas" was Straps
first publlahed in the Troy,I Si...s t. -I'/i t.
(N.Y.), Sentinel[ I 12-12ft t..
w fYL
'in 1941 US. Marines surrendered
i e Wake Island to the 2 PAIR $500Mix
Japanese after fighting off ACTUAL
superior forces for 18 days. $3.95
;Ten yean ago Four Russians -I Or
were executed as conspirators Match COMMERCIALS
I with purged Communist t
leader Lavreaty Berli. I 'Em 266

:FIve years ago President CHRISTMAS EVE
r Dwight D. Eisenhower reported;
oo his n-natlon tour in his 11:30.11:45: A JOLLY CHRISTMAS FROM FRANK SINATRA WINDY'S BARBER SHOPS
Christmas message to Con SELF SERVICE 11:45-12:00 CHRISTMAS WITH THE STARS D & G TILE CO.
gress. I 12:00-12:15 NEWS AND SPORTS HELZEL CO.
burning Creek liner Lakonla in I 12:45-1:00: BING CROSBY CHRISTMAS SHOW JIM HOPE APPLIANCE STORE
bodies KJ fclM Ct IN 1:15-1:30 AL MARTINO CHRISTMAS SHOW
were receovered and 135 S'15 NGOCINTER IDEAL LAUNDRY
IN. Mam dr.
persons reported missing. DING DONG SUNS BEVILLE'S NURSERY

Rtg. Price RI' Price


PEPPERONI ... 1.10 1.70 BACON 1.20 1.90 7:30-7:35 NEWS G'VILLE CONCRETE BLOCK CO.


I for 12:05-12:15 NEWS BANK OF G'YILLE

PIZZA PALACE i Best Wishes From WUWU Personnel

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