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

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( NOTE-Th's' I.a Is "That la rat dep," she said.I of you and the children I lat WASHINGTON
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of the Oregon National Guard and volunteers Christmas letter from one frowned. down at my desk and gated at bomb -
evacuated: 125 patients from Salem l\Iemorlallioll- of the Z ,NO U.S. servicemen CHRISTMAS "That means It Is beautiful," you' for a long while, Just the Communist, presumably planted by
pital yesterday after flood waters of Pringle Creek and on duty In Viet Nam. It was an American child said. dreaming. blasted Viet Cong,
Shelton Ditch flooded the hospital basement. Here, a written from the war-torn IN VIET NAM "Oh," I said I almost opened! my Christ hotel I US. military officers'
member of the National Guard wades through flood- Mekong delta by Army Capt. The little American girl mas present, but then I am a U Americana In Saigon today, Injuring
waters carrying an Infant in his arms. Don Masters to his wife Ann leaned over and whispered, *I grown man. I guess I can wait advised the Pentagon was
In Austin, Tex, and made asked mommy to save the big< At least Ill try. today.
available to The Associated teemed the smaller the child ones for home Theirs ..iha The music on the armed The first report laid there
GHS Cops Honors Press) the bigger the present. pointed to the Vietnamese forces radio station told of were no dead.
should be the big ones." chestnuts roasting over an open The seven-story building Is In
My Dearest, Some American children re- She left me to go over and fire and "yet In the dark street the heart of the city.
It a the list of December and ceived the small less-expensive admire their presents shlncth. the everlasting<< IIgh!." The Pentagon laId Initial reports
With Scholarships you can tell Christmas is draw- presents. I asked one little 10- When the party was over I I picked'' up the Christmas tent here showed that In
Ing near. But some of the traditional year-old girl how the liked her went back to my room. I want cards I had received. addition/ to the 52 Americana InJured I
atmosphere is missing. present ed to be alone with the pictures (See LETTER on Page 2)) one Australian officer and
Gainesville High School, tlonally to students for first Its hot and muggy In Viet 15 Vietnamese were hurt. I
with five 1964 65 Woodrow year' graduate study. Nam'i Mekong delta. Earlier, a National BroadcastIng I
Wilson scholarship winners, GHS graduates selected this Tonight grown men stood t Co correspondent, Garrkk I I
took the state's leading
over as around a wilting Christmas tree --. Utley, reported from i
year were Dorothy Lee Howse, Saigon
of
candidates
producer for
William in shirt sleeves and short trousers that the explosion
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the coveted awards, the Wood- Platt III, Leslie occurred In
Wilson National Lee Threatte Jr., Mary Frances singing carols. The tree the basement of the building
Foundation row announced Fellowship Tucker and Mary Ellen I I stood on a mound of sandbags.Its and Ire shot up through the
today. Wolfe base was covered by a white structure' gutting the building.
The five raised the total of bed sheet The explosion occurred Just
GHS graduates to nine who Winners previous from GUS There were a handful of before C p.m.
have been were Jack S. Blocker Jr., Tho- American children mission
selected for the The Viet Cong had been exported
scholarships awarded to those mas W. Herbert Jr., Philip G. aries, dependents and childrenof to attack In Saigon during
having high potential to become Hill and Judith Spurlock.. the American civilian doctors the Christmas weekend. Intelligence
college teachers. From P.I K. Yonge Mrs Jen- who spend two or more years sources said three
Although Miami Senior High sene Godwin Payne and William working with the Vietnamese In Vlel Cong< battalions were
School leads In total winners W. Wolfe have been recipients their hospitals. The American massed In the area of the Saigon
with 19 who have become children stood side by side with alrnort for a mortar attack
Woodrow Wilson Fellows, the Third in the number of winners the little brown Vietnamese there. Security forces were on a
announcement from Princeton In the awards since they children whose parents work full alert around the airport.
N.J. said Gainesville High ac- began in 1958 behind M I amt Inside the compound. Peter Kaltscher of the Columbia -
tually is first compared to the Senior and GUS Is Miami I couldn't swear that behind Broadcasting System reported -
relative sizes of graduating Beach Senior High' with eight. those little brown eyes lay a from Saigon that the .
classes. New York, Cali9 nia. Illinois / brain schooled in Christianity, p bomb was a 100-pound device
Altogether, this school year, and Pennsylvania top the 'or whether the tfrtm In their a' i+pty art off In I ear parked under
25 Florida secondary. Ie kola list, in' the number of high J eyes saw the. ligy-tne of the r ,the officer! quarters, known M i
produced 38 graduates who sohooj graduates 'who have ', .Chris" cMl k '
won the Woodrow Wilson Fellowships won \ho fellowships. ,'packages. .. laid there were reports \
TIlls brings to 174 Florida ranks 15th among all But U mf God Is the God I a second bomb had been
the total number of fellowships I I the states In the number of bow, he won't mind. detonated at the airport headquarters -
appointed from Florida appointees.The When the presents were handed of a ITS. signs' bat
schools between 1958 and 1964. program Is supported by out, the American children talion.
Annually the Foundation Ford Foundation grants totalIng helped the timid little hands yu Win*** (. UK sun Security precautions were
awards 1,000 scholarships naFulbriglit $52 million so far.Tragic. carefully open their gifts. It The family of Capt. Masters at home lit Austin, Texas tightened at the Quarters of
UJ Ambassador Maxwell D

Yule in Flood Areas Johnson Taylor Weitmoreland and Cen, the commander William C.

Miffed AtForeign Nam of US forces In South Viet

Plans Hike

Aid BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS al city of Eureka, about 1.000 Noted
Thousands of victims In five refugees, Including women and In Mail Rates Lawyer
WASHINGTON (AP) Sen.J. flood.stricken Western states Thousands Left Homeless small children stood on high Convicted 01
W Fulbrlght. D-Ark., says he were homeless on this Christmas sections of US 101 waving to
will no longer steer the administration Eve, and more Joined In Across Five States helicopters that rushed In with JOHNSON CITY Ten (AP) 7Vfr Evasion
'i foreign.aid bills the exodus to escape new floodIng relief supplies. -Preildont Johnson has

through the Senate, The Wash as rain pounded the afflicted ._ .. decided to oak Congress for MIAMI fAP-", Cohen a
For children It
will be
ington Post reported today. areas for the third consecutive many a higher rates on second and third.cla.1 IJvesrold Miami Beach law.
sad Christmas.
Fulbrlght as chairman of the country, entire communitieswere to convert the main street Into Trees and gifts mall and la now reported yer who made a fortune as a
Foreign Relations Committee, day.Soiled Christmas trees floated cut off by merciless torrents an emergency landing strip became unessential' baggage In giving serious consideration to defense attorney, baa been convlted -
has borne the major responsibility among the surging debris. that tore out at least IS About 2,OUO refugees waited for the flight from the rushing wat. asking pay relate, Civil Serv on an Income tax evasion
In the Senate for legislation The savage Pacific storm sent bridges, knocked out telephone helicopter to rescue them., high eri. Hundreds school will spend M Red hi ice and postal workers. charge.
gymnasiums.
on the nation's International dozens of mountain rivers spilling lines and washed sway huge The entire population of Willow Croat shelters er sharing It with The decision! on pay Increasesfor U, S. District Judge Charles
undertakings, includlg militaryand into scores of cities and sections: of highways. Creek and Hoops In the strange families. Uncle: Sams 244 million civilian Fulton found Cohen guilty
economic aId to other countries towns In California, Washington Hundreds of persons were heart of an Indian reservation, workers la one of the Wednesday on I count In an Indictment
took refuge In the high school Callfonla 14 flood < stlcken poll- which accused
Oregon Nevada and Idaho. trapped without food or medicine cy questions/ still facing JohnsonIn : him of
The Arkansas Democrat laid At least 28 persons have died clinging to rooftops or gymnasium on high ground. counties, with \their total population the final stages of hit work on fa.!ling to report M4,009 of his
In an Interview In the Post that and more than 3,000 left homeless perched on Islands awaiting rue- Pepperwood, population MO, of IU2M, cover 37101 the federal budget. Income In 1MO: The tax would
he is out of sympathy with the Damage has been so great cue. Is gone nothing visible but a square mike most of It wooded have been I2I.MJ.
way foreign-aid/ bills are han that officials haw stopped estimating Every town along the Eel Rlv- few tree tops above the sea of mountainous/ terrain that Budget Director Kermit The case was heard by the
air observers makes rescue operations and Cordon said Wednesday court without
dled. er In northwestern Californiawas water, reported.In that a Jury Judge Fulton
"If they want to pursue that Parts of every state have Inundated. la the !hamlet of CarbervlBe, three pregnant communications almost Impossible. work on the" budget was "over acquitted Cohen of a second
same kind (of legislation\ ), they been declared disaster are... Rio Dell city officials ordered women were reported In labor .' the hump. He steered clear of charge In Indictment.
ought to him It over to someone Air Force, Navy, National phone and power poles toppled and In need of medical care. The Red Cross beefed up Its specific figures, but said the Judge Fulton said be would
else, someone who Is fresher Guard, Red Cross, Coast Guard, Civil defense) officials have farces In key areas to supply budget would be "very, wry sentence Cohen later and directed
and more enthusiastic than I and CM Defense units were written off the flood communities clothing, bedding and food. substantially billion below" toe flOU the probation officer to
am." he acid.Fulbright working around the clock with of South Fort Myers flat, Police from is far south it Sail originally asked by departments make an Investigation.,, Cohen
indicated be does local officials to rescue thousands WHERETO Stafford and Weed, whose teal Francisco were flows In to relieve 'and agencies for thefiscal faces a maximum sentence of .
not oppoee the general principleof stranded by high water, dents fled Tuesday.\ exhausted sheriff's deputies July I.year which starts next five years Imprisonment and I
foreign aid and has no com- slides and snow Since lam Wednesday the I* In northwestern Humboldt 'III l 000 lists I
plaint about the administration Rain and winds slackened FIND IT Sot Inhabitants of GuemevUle County.

of thep rogram. briefly Wednesday but another have lived en an Island to the The aircraft carrier Penning- Busy Week
But be said he thinks the administration )pressure system moved la Cemlci . . 22ClotsHtttl midst of the swirling Russian IDA steamed (award Eureka J lifUy Ending, Most
should separate' the from the Pacific and the heavy . ,2429IftUrtemment River, la the Little Stork Club < to add JU M helicopter\ to
aid bin Into functions military downpour resumed. The Weather ; 23ObitMriet saloon rescuers and flood victims those of the Coast Guard. Busincsses Shutting Down
economic. loan, grant, Bureau forecast rain and . 2 stood knee drep to muddy A large food chain ordered 40,.
humanitarian and so on. strong winds from Northern O,M!*' '..e . 4 water toasting each ether and lOt pounda of canned goods and Pre-Chrlatmae -
"Why should it an be In one California to Washlagtea i Sports . .17,11 making Jokes about the sign produce flown from Sa Frtn- and b ever; relax Banks will clot Christmasand
big conglomerate ma.ut" be through Friday.In Wemen't . 11 reading "No Dancing Allowed." claw to Eureka and promised enjoy the' holiday. New Year's days.
asked. California's rugged north further north, near the coast- unlimited/ credit to victanLKNOVLEDCE If you don I believe tf, try County and school sdmlnlstra. :
going downtown after dinner that Offices/ closed up Wednes. t
tonight to finish up your Christmas day evening, and
city offices
shopping er dropping by a at noon today.Veivenlty .

I Knowledge Lights Up ChristmasBy city er. county office aomeumetoday. offices of also Florida. lucked admlnislalJve up.

Downtown stores which bate (or a Christmas holiday today
remained open until each and tomorrow.
W. CORNELLAT pets of the faBey, and crouched They will be
GEORGE night this week, mostly planned chard New' Year's Day
RengiM Writer (EDfTOR* NOTE "AW yea win knew the etch . the shepherds spied the/ apart to ekes at regular time Some An win be opus again Mon
A blue gray canopy rods dub win snake yes free" As terlptare Maid, M was to tree which beckoned from the csvera. planned to Mopes, taut Dr day, and clone New Year't Day
across the lowlands and op the pose treat IfMriere and eWkaett Iftal Cart* eelereel tie die "Behold. J- Bard S. Data Sears' manager The Gainesville City Commiesioq .
aides of the plateau covering This special a.n..a.1J11 W ka.*M the city el David hi shadows *.to. berth ef five ankles by AT nBgi* writer George And learned casters Magi officer meetings Ul Monday, and New
wiping\ the last purple shimmer W. Ca seS.) at their dim far-off observatories Many stores will sot spas .p Yea*'s Day, seat Monday The
from the eastern sky The somber -. -- - --- .-------.--- ies, saw signal hi the table again said Monday morning Alachua County CemmaHJoa
silhouette U the hifls daap- Mod is the ,* giving employee a three..,., will& 14 avet Tuesday honor
"fIaInt IL" recopbe the subtler ,.,,. the sky star Others
holiday plea to be !tut the
holiday
pears at Ow aightNow Ooeked: sa a saidnight veil diamond Cask and rare Burnt! epeeSaosrdsy
to handle'
Acnes the vacant milee. gift cscbMget Catra
atsraior.btrwsgh city
b !b possible to see the fee the countryside' sad t a kyblack -- and crews went to
other bualnet .
da ikygorge work this week to
... the ctea Dp ..,.
stars. the stony recess where 1 have come as IgM
and desert plan, they Not week, taoal store plaa- bags and refuse {
"The Ighl s-Saes ia the darkness Jesus was bas, but Is the*fP' ..wIdn H II words arnxmreA ad to close only oa New Year will ant wart collection.: They
and the darkness has Dot est shade he sight expands to wbdCa: calls 11II 1M Wad- glee LVnOCDCe ea Page T) 0... CLOSING Christmas. Daifct ,.
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PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. Weather Roundup l/F Profs, Burns M",! MERRY


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r! WILL BE CLOSED
TONES Three University of Florida 10 the present trimester system i WE

A Canoe cloudy and mlW through professors and one from the In use by Florida's universities i THURS. THRU SAT.
rldiy. OecMMnil ilwwm r>ldy.Lowtif University of South Florida but which has been criticized V

40 Sea. Tonight. ?t e 4 members of the American Association by students and professors. i: W. Will Re-Open Mon. i

BCD Partly cloudy F \ of University Professors I i
through Friday. Low tonight E (AAUP) reported "close Burns used the trimester Dec. 28th .

65. South and a 0 II thwest """"" agreement" on higher education eration as a campaign OI'"l,, .

winds 1$ to 22 miles per hour. .5 problems with Gov. elect vowing to get rid of the )'. CO.

trout I Oonerally fair Haydon Burns following a re- when elected. __ !i PERRY McGRIFF i
Frldiy.' low tonight. 41 .. 70. rr
Virtual Incoming
conference with the AAUP
MoXly mutt end 554th.... wIlKM Ito cent Smith said the delega'i
II mum hour tacrnilng Mm FR 2.2564 A
par governor lion also discussed a 313 E. Univ. Ave.
Prldav.
j K' Ceneriliy lair threugh '010 The professors, Seymour I S. leave program for professors !,
"and.y. HulMMt LOW tonignt wlndt n.I Moiily lo II ffllln lentil par M.l.rflour. Block, Frederick H. Hartmannand and academic freedom. !: 1t..ItIt..ItItIt..ItJt..JtJo..ItJtJoJtJoJtItItItItItItJt... >t..JtItJo"JoII""sJ

Cecil Smith all of the University "We made three requests concerning

T.M'I.ATU..I 'UIWHUI w.r4j e- tiaa'Jack.nv01S of Florida and Donald the trimester system,"
HL'",, Harkness of South Florida Smith said. "One, that educators COUCH'SWILL
GAINESVILLE WEATHER
:Im, w:: :: Municipal Airport readings conferred privately with the and faculty members de-
Jacksonville mayor for more the nature of
Alums N e1 .11 termine year.round
... for 2. hour to 8 a.m today: BE
Now 0'1.) 76.
than an hour last Friday. operations two, that the
4ir ;
+ : = Low 72 at 2 p.m: low 63 at
Is Nw Tdk Harkness president of timing of the change make good
W.oII'IIO' n at 5 I.m. Rainfall none Florida Conference of the AAUP smooth
.11 sense In terms of a
L THU.IDAY ALMANAC
D.K5rou...' City q n.. 5000.0 today .. ass ,m.PI and Smith Is president of I the changeover, and, three that if CLOSEDFridaySaturdaySunday
51 40 Sun". (omer40w ':13.m. UF chapter of the organization I altered it
AilS.0 70,001101' 100150' .. 11:51 ',OIl. faculty salaries are
L. e0 It II Las 00.00" Dee. T5TM Smith said the talk centered of
basis
".11I. .. 31 ::22 71.004. M.rw whk5 .p..,, lobs be adjusted on the com"
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CODAS KIY TlDIl :=lnp 55 Moog Owu5A M. Sky 00. mainly on proposed changes petitive salaries nationally.
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15 new 00.00 04w mills mI/N'
,1d01 Hllh N 0:01: 001. 0414 7,2t iron' Ma I."h and 115 "lit" Is d.. Smith termed the session one,
,.11I. Law Of 11,11 '.011. 004 (2/70 p.m. c..I. '
'lore About of "give and take. Dec. 25-26-27
"Gov elect Burns heard us

State Car LetterFrom out and we found we agreed" To allow our over-worked employees a much
Buying very closely on a lot of things ,
earned rest.COUCH'S.
The UF professor said Burns I

1 reaffirmed previous statementsin I
Page which he pledged full supportof 603N

'Waste of Money'TALLAHASSEE Then was a card from Mr. academic freedom for profes-''I

s Yen, a Vietnamese combat pho- sors. : MAIN ST.Gainenme' .

tographer. 'Merry Christmas "He told us he will work
(AP) The "This, of course, is a gros I and a Happy New Year' written'closely and harmoniously with Zenith Dealer
(AP WlropKoto. to Kit tun) state Is wasting the taxpayers' waste of the taxpayers money,, In Vietnamese, English and'other members of the State only complete
I money by allowing employes to especially when consider the and North Central Florida's Zenith Color
you Well Boardof
French. you can't 10 Board of Education, the
Discusses ChristmasThe use official cars for their own great number of cars that arc wrong there. And engraved was Regents and university officials TV Headquarters.
I Ilamlly' personal convenience and by disregarding bought," he said. On another occasion .
a picture showing Yen with his Smith related.
wife of evangelist Dilly Graham discusses her : uniform purchasing the State Armory Board I ,
.
Christmas the camera over his shoulder wa< I,-I
plans for observing at I procedures, Secretary of State purchased a $4,000 car for the The professors represented
Graham's mountaintop home at Montreat near Asheville Tom Adams said today. adjutant general's office whit: ing waist deep across a stream 300 AAUP members In Florida,

N. C. Mr Graham says she and her husband The difference In price for two the Development Commission I alongside a Vietnamese rifle universities, 400 of whom are Special OfferFROM

have taught their children what is important and state agencies buying Identicalcars bought a 2,900 car for its direc- squad. at the University of Florida. I II
what In fun about Christmas. The family observancewill often "runs over $200 a unit I And a card from each one of I

take place around this large fireplace where on on sizable numbers of automobiles tor."In too many instances too our four little ones. And then aA

the mantel art carved the words "A Mighty FortressIs ," he said. I many state employes are given there was the one card from you
Our God." the gal who made it all possl .
Adams also said that some stall vehicles and use them for

NEW BABY public officials drove cars far I little more than transportation ble. The same hair, the sam Kiser's Office Equipment

D more expensive than others and to the office," Adams said. "We eyes, the same mouth.I .

.Mend Douglas-Home/ Darby, that many employes seem to should decide which Is cheaperfor got to feeling pretty low. So

daughter of Britain's former have a state car mostly to driveto the state, furnishing a car I[ decided to turn In for the I 604 N. MAIN ST.
CAMPIILL MRS. P10RINCI W. -
prime minister, Sir Alec Doug. work. or paying necessary mileage." night. ,. Punfrtl MrvlcM for M,.. Cwnpotll.. '

las-Home, gave birth to a We need to establish uniform He said the State Purchasing 1 started getting dressed for. 505 If r M, ,hOUMWll.. Kndiy Will DK IM mb holl.l r VMM tlIW I
daughter Wednesday at the criteria and uniform procedures! Commission was given ample bed when I noticed an unmarked II Mt "..h B ptltt, Church with FOR 4 DAYS ONLY!
II... Mannl t II.v. Scott conducting
London clinic for buying cars and also we authority several years ago to envelope on my pillow. 1'. HrvlcM, lurlil will' M In ,.n,
need to decide what constitutes handle transportation matters The houseboy must have put II Fond Cjmdt.ry= undrM cHrtctlon 01Hughm Dec. 21, 22, 23 and 24
4 Chtitmil Punorol HtmlMrt.
PROGRESSSinger suitable transportation," the and that what was needed now here while I was at the party Conptall. who llvtd 5 l .,. I loM .
of said. for the Cabinet to Scrawled In halting handwriting Arcnor, <'IM Oocxnbtr 14 1H4 M I
a
secretary state was implement loon.01001415; 5 Ilnu.rl' 0110510.Mrw NEW PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS (Olympia)
Nat (King) Cole Is He said that on one occasiontwo that authority. were the words; "You CnrpMII. wit born on July 15.

reported making excellent prog- agencies bought Identical Adams recently made most of have left your country and your 1171 Arclw In It Arcnor yrl, Mr Plo.. tntf CampMII 050. Ilv50 wot. In o USED PORTABLES (other brands )

ress at St. John's Hospital in 196* models yet one paid $350 the same points in an open family to come here and to moms tt Mt. filth Itpinl Church .

Santa Monica, Calif., where he more than the other. meeting of the Cabinet. stand with us In the fight for CRAWFORD, M*,.. WILL Ortvoildt,. from $75 to $120We
f.. 504510.0 taP M Will Crw000 ol.N
has been receiving cobalt treat freedom. We are very gratefulto Mr. lull M. Whit, *g. 7X will
ments (or a lung tumor since ,: \ b* Mld al I M f M' on Itlurdoy, Ofcombor I
On the occasion of :
\'" you. M, I'll It Ort Come

1 1 Dec. $. .. ... Christmas Can Christmas and the New Year we ,, try,....,untftr.. Horn 1ft* Nt dlrtctlon,. Criwlort of ,Dweay'.I whollvM hove only 10 left and'we will give FREE
V {a walfs'v I 1", health to your family and that if Thomoivlllo. O.., t\tt\ D.I,
,Vi ; our combat obtains victory." .n tombs 5./.0050 It IH4 4114000.*f .hit Prln.0 horn following will M with each a Typewriter Stand regularly selling

..... .......... It was signed Yung, a student ....IVld it Donor Futwol Hint for $16.80. The Perfect Xmas Present.
AP lull trim II 00 Noon unlit tl P,M. on D.SNnb.r *
( ) Wlreptletg" NT. ) Unlock Jail Doors I IIUINI
: wish you a good year goodof 21; 1 ins i '"

1 The Vatican Wednesday released Cia Long secondary school.I M. flCUO silt Fu
this official of the .*,.,. ....1_ for M,. ClunG RtrtOrion KISER'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT
portrait felt better. I turned out ,
71 Vird Conductor ACL
Pope Paul VI oa the occasion I By NORM: La COE AI Hendrlx, head of I Negro lights and opened the curtain I Rlllroid.>g'will bo hold It 11 .mon ,

ef Christmas festivities.POISONING Sun Staff Writer community service group, Is directing looked up into the moonlit sky. tprlnot lilurdiy.....11.Dtctmbtr, Church M with I M..it..High 604.606 N. MAIN ST.fiWetmgs.
One thing Christmas means is the program. distance the ton J. Ollvt conducting tht ....I.
In artillery
the lurlil will' lit hi High" 5011',. C.
freedom. Central Welfare, a county boomed In the damp, still air. tory uixrtr fno direction" *f Willi."lI'j
And the keys of Christmas headed Mrs. Lottie ThomM Funtnl, Homo
by .
agency wait until Christmas
.Michael Quill, 60, alternation Yes, I can
Itv'V doors JOMNION, MR MARRY FuntrilMrvkM ,
I charity will unlock steel Schafer, Is coordinating all gift
al president of the Transport to open my present. for Mr. Johnson tQO II, I.1]
1 at Alaihua County Jail today, efforts and providing some Love Don bore, will b* hold if I N F M. MlitunMy
Workers Union ( ?
was hospitalized .
Otctmbir U ItM It Nn
brief freedom food.
10 give a holiday
at Charlotte '.''om liptlit Church with II... C. J.
Wednesday Amalie
to five Negro boys, from 12 : The Salvation Army Is distributing John_ conducting .... MrvkM ..,..
Virgin Islands, with what Ill will b. M Fittonon undor Hit dlractlon
apparently
rears old and up. food baskets to about 130 Diuul Okays of H...... fc Chottnut Formal
was food poisoning lie These five boys are detained families today. In efforts to Homo. M,. Jofimon, who livid. II 411Kltongi
Drlvo North k xxwlll,
was released from the hospitalat Of <
for the juvenile court. make the holiday more merry. Survey dIM I DKmMr It ;.i'It hit nomt where
matter
No
Charlotte Amalie later.tAPI following llngirlng 111_.. M,. Joftn
Alachua County has no Juve- Toys already have been given Vole Machines ton WM porn in Novombir II, IfW In
nile detention /home, although 7SO to 800 children through the .001,111 DiytvllW. 7 ,YH',It. and. M,KM. J005.0 ll..d to 00.Jck 5 Mt, are,

reports have called for one. Empty Stocking Fund. The JunIor JACKSONVILLE (AP) A ........... tt Now 1.Iwo Lolls Church

(AP) Wlreptwl M tut Sun) AI a result child offendersare Woman's Club distributed survey of the election machinery JORDAN, MRS NINA F g B t r. I Itirvicn

The quirt wedding of Donna jailed. he toys last week with support tll Duval County has been authorized .t I FM tar, on M,.". ''JOIN''.Y. ,OKimMr will k* hud 17ItM There win alwaysbe

bum, Miss America of 1964, Edward Mouth, chief Juvenile from many civic groups. by the Duval County It Mt tor. ..prill Church of a
".......,, with' Ltroy Thompton ....-
to a fellow University of Ar. counselor for County Judge Harrison Toys also have been t a k en Commission. dueling tho ....Ie... lurlil will b* hiNowornr
kamas student, Mike Buckley II. McDonald, said no from the fund and sent to every Robert A. Mallard, supervise Irothtri.KNIAHTt undor. tilt dirtctKn of Dvncm -

If Bloomington, III, was announced child will spend Christmas In child placed by the county In a of registration suggested it consider -

Wednesday by her Jail. foster home, Mrs. S e h a fer buying additional voting for MR Mr Knlgnt WILLIS will- b PummalNroiCN hold ChristmasWith

mother The marriage of then "We have arranged so they said. machine, automated equlome .t. I ItM M of F M Ml.in Cirmol TuKdiy.liptltt DKIt Church_

year old resident of El all can be released to their lam- She said agencies and clubs 10 process voter registration! records WIth II... A. Hewtll conducting 11.
........
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lurid' will bo M Ftotwlovovndor '
Dorado, Ark., took place Mon lies for Christmas," he said. have cooperated, to make certain and realignment of precincts tilt direction *f Duncm Irt*.
day at a Methodist church la Freedom for these five boys no one Is forgotten on to speed up the voting Mortklm 414' "W 11"M,. Itnl.OI ..0.1.11I..., wh* lividMULLIS 01,5.., the bright

Tint Bluff, Ark. The couple I. only one of many things 1 Christmas Day. process. 5.40115'? 10 1170. shiningStar

will finish their collrge Alachua County Individuals and Gifts have been provided for I He was named head of a committee MR DOUOLAS CARRAN -

courses and expect to graduate agencies, public and private, elderly persons In nursing I \ of county officials to ,01....wnl.,., M...MN.Ie.' .N for l'tIt Mr.It Mulllt. SO T", "ail.. So full of hope

In the spring. are doing to make this a joy. homes In the county. make the survey diy Ommbor M ItM. il tilt OIIMV' and happiness

ous holiday for every child and "Alachua County has b 11 n "The electorate of our county, VII II..*. H.I Frlmlllv, C(.5.001,1*. Mnducllng Church with IMMnkn.
TO VISIT adult. In every house and room. most generous." she said deserve and should be provided lurlM will/ k*. M. HlllcmlMwnerUI
w/r.N5t. Ie 150 nur11 Far vndor fh dlrctMn K
.Former Princess Saga of Japan ElelItty.l&lrtd tor Christmas Is more than free Patients from the county whore convenient facilities during the Wllllmit-Thom FunorM Hvn. MrMulllt .
wh. ...d It >i; NW Tir.
Mallard Mm iii1
is coming here New Year's "Dress t'p Day" al Edlsoa dom. It Is family dinner toys confined to mental hospitals process of registration, Mod M mult *f drowning to taw
for children and being remem or tuberculosis Institutions have said. "Especially on the ..in'* LW. Iwvtvlng' mmMr. if
day to watch Orange Bowl tennis Junior High School la Champaign .... family *r.. wlf. Uhod* R. MillIll. -
matches and football 111., Stasi Corikl U bered. been remembered through Project day of election our facilities otMoivMMi mottior nd fitti.,.
a
Mr. 015 Nt,.. DMICM C Mullll.Momrvl Sol N.W. lit Aye.
be such that elector these 174-7JII
game. stepped! from his chauffeur Baskets of food, piled up with Cheer, sponsored by the should an ... 0.5w0.r, J. AJII
hilts, vegetables and county Mental Health Assocla- would not have to stand I D 7070170' .eIllt, SapOMr. We Will
Former Princess Suga. 23, Is drivel car to the delighted meats Fly *...., 0'11" dughtr.Mr Remon; Closed All Day
now Mrs. HIsanagi Shlmazuand amazement of his classmates, will be given out tonight to lon, or through similar pro line for long periods of "time "'"'y "" "".. w_. III., _......,. SATURDAY, DEC. 26th end JAN. 2nd
Lass* S1 llthonli
lives In Washington D. C themtelvei decked out In their about 200 families. In the annual grams. 10 register or cast a vote. Mn. DW.IM C. 70,10" .. OIHWIVIIIUKltir I
Nt,*. Marcoll" lWtk OrundtAttlv. .
She is coming with a party of Sunday brit for the traditional Christmas gathering at pioa.ar.40. will k, RimerWlhwi.
friends from New York. pre Christmas program the community center In northwest I w. D. Griffin, Marvin _...
Carl MulHt." Klniwy Mim 0. .
The former princess, younger Slass's homeroom teacher, Gainesville. lud ....- PHikimrt, will Mott.an SEASON'S GREETINGS
nnamused the Toys and gifts for 500 to 700 mot at mo ttwrcn II I:*> *...
daughter of Emperor Hlrohlto, sent boy Ie
children will be given at a \ MAMMON. RIV. JIM Funeral WITH REGARDS AND .,,
will be presented to the Japanese the principal, who sent kin I away ] tm.Icvt
players in quarter finals of borne for more appropriate ht gathering, gifts from the HI' f/\ ,* b far* hxd Rw.M Jim I.N Shannon FM. ,M 55..-It.w BEST WISHES TO ALLFROM

the Sunshine Cup tennis matches clothing. "It kind .! dampened Empty Stocking Fund and other ft 5,4 Kin., MNuenery.Otciirjtr M.laetM KM Chunn at 55,155 wlt S

Jan. 1, according to Edward Slisi's( Christmas spirit," charitable efforts by county j II.... T. D. Doris conducting ID* own
Im. lurM k
WH k MOVM IHW
Herr director. said the boy's father. residents.QtlituatIt Camtlory m .
tournament wMar rectwn of Dvcm
.- Jim Beam InWar MerHct_ Re.. Jim
VWTCIW SOS at an
m M
$ $8 ... .IIMUM*. dry Satimiy Camn.aar .
>*. r>M M we Veteran HawHalaf
More About Antique 3 law far at taring HiR wiMananr liatMf I
Owe namaar af Fatweanr tnd
P*. fMortl .rrangllinill M. tMTel MaiaM." FOTII*.
Closing[ """CICERO"GREENE Four Roses a


HIGH SPRINGS Cicero CalvedKentucky each Gainttvillt Sun

From 1 Bert Greene 71, High Springs
Page died Wednesday Lake City MlisNd evening _tilt ( q

City Manager Bill Green said deliveries and no changes are Hospital.A OPEN Saturday bt lri end. GaingtAnlt Sunday tram.Inge FVJCV.Rjuno ..

extra crews will be on duty for planned ta schedules. native of Opelika. Ala.. ',,-
the next two weeks Federal offices planned to Mr. Greene was a yard con. Gentleman ChristmasEVE 2nd Ise.- Wirmr.l.t owls.sod .
and doctor with the Coast gnrcxcl fwcend cloamaftge '
close st $ p m. today won't Atlantic! b
The post office said parcels, at lf>* F tl OH reopen until Monday. Lint Railroad and a n-ember ftertda.CUCUIATION ..
special delivery and perishable Police hospital and utilities of the Baptist church.' J /
nail will be delivered Christmas "'- -' 7 AM. 11 PM IATIS IT
crews will be on duty to handle Survivors Include hIs wi II., II OIIIII Ot MAIL

Day but not regular mail. necessary work during the long Vellt S, Croat of High t WM* .41

There will be no city deliveries weekend Springs; a son, Bert Greene of 5 MawussAlt

again until Monday. Rural carriers The Gainesville Sun will publish -High Springs: two daughters, Inn tnad *ub cncMjni mutta
will make their routes both Christmas and New Mrs. W, 0. Smith of Jackson- TJIC:University poid M aAancg.Meinter THE

Saturday. Year's days although only one vise, FU. and Mrs. W. K. Kenwdy .! AugVt Burgau at

Postal windows were scheduled !. edition will roll from tile press I of Munich Germany; t.wclelofowsa PEPPER PRINTING CO.
_
to close at I p.m. today and es, for all subscribers. Normally .two brothers W. P. Greene and 1901 SW 0w.M M -.5..5wS4Sa0.0.e rM

will not open again until Mon- four editions art printed to ]Roy! Greene both of Columbus \ 13th STREET c/5r.0 r 0.w. ....r-al. S.b..45o ..

day. Tht post office said It has meet the reading Interests of''Ca; a sister Mrs. C. H. )lar0 I PHONE 2-6333 ? .M.rS M Swl.wtw .001. 1024 S. MAIN ST.
kept up with Christmas mail,residents In different areas. I I la ( Decatur: Ca. II M p1.MeS0r.


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L'nlveralty City JS i JlfUJJSi !l:::iJ', M7rfVK .:...a. 9 DAVID LAWRENCE dialogue going on Bv now, T $(
Most of the among
... WASHINGTON -
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By RALPH teem to how to reshape their party seems to Ig-
.... Republicans M
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THE SUN'S POLICY S ow asset tkl c-. note the mood and desires of the American voter.
A Jot of talk II being heard, for example, about a >S|.
1. Report ttw news fully tinct ImporllatV In *>. ws cok wt 1. platform the assumption being that every.
or
2. {jipms the opinion" of the Sun In- ut .nly" ii-- littortoh.S. tlv. program Is bad. Yet the staple truth is that
To "negative"
Publlth ell aide! of Important
The Sun's All 378-1411 more than moderates or middlerfZnsden .
telephones: departments
seem tTreallze. Likewise, a campaign that i 11

Read To confined to cliches and the language of the highbrow and the

Intellectual becomes neither positive nor negative but simply


. Freedom to Do What? A ChildEarly Incomprehensible Elections are not to the won voter by complex himself. proposals that spell out

In -positive" or explicit terms the promises that are offered.

During the 19M election campaign toward more responsiveness to the Whatever pledges of a Uptcpian nature are made in politics

many writers to The Son' Yoke of newer local needs.It Christians had stor- are usually In general and vague terms, such as the "Great

the People column expressed the lea for Swim rtOdrea They Society" or the "New Deal," which. present an Ideal rather

fear that Americana were feting Is obvious that the political: Far were legends which pew than a program.

Right! want "freedom" bet not for with the yean aDd Orin huh- ,
y
their freedom became of the growth everybody. In the South, the segregationist e4 espeaafy is lbt'UrltoJ. .4 f POLITICAL HISTORY shows that In campaigns affirmative

of big, centralized government. wants old-time racial lowing the Cnncanane's acceptance issues are rarely emphasized. The strategy which seems always .

patterns of Ow tbol:y. Seine to be successful:: is to knock down the opposing party

The statement, which continues to continued. Everywhere, the clamor male IIImWi i- octet and paint its proposals ss likely to bring human disaster

be made by those of far-right political conservative would continue domination gins of 1. they anooaxd a1 cr financial bankruptcy or s
of legislatures by email rural things d Ue more etocey to nornole war.

persuasion deserves thoughtful minorities on the specious argument their rengiosL h ftetr !?nitre CHOICE ix THE CONGO Conversely' a party In f' I
comment. What la meant by tree that the Christ touched Ac ins, BXany ,, resISts IUcb.a !1cks ;

dom"! Freedom to do what? Are country" people are more 411 men bat of hrtis sal picturesque words mat try \to
fit to rule. The Far
Right is
not
the letterwriters not free to do anImaJL portray the other party as like.
seeking freedom, except Its own freedom There was .ne abut bee ? ly to bring depressions and
'Whatever they have been doing all Intervention .0
to control, dominate and restrict the robta (it fcs nt irvart: T. other inconveniences and loss
;their lives and perhaps more? Do .
The hW mrw cried t te
the Out of hundred
lives voters
of others. Its aim b power, es. every
they not have freedom of speech and louts bad fcwd k the EMlong for instance, how
not freedom. It is merely exploiting helm Jeans tara CJJL: dud to SoutIa1d lion of African Unity (OA- many
was
action? May they not travel substantially 0 XTJB |;Jet Stan* remember the 1964 campaign
.. where they wish! dishonestly a "good word" in order Be woe a* tatafsfaattftart ty C L XIZSZSCD.t Sam. A kind of open war 1:.)- speeches of either party, and

to achieve a goal that h quite the 4f shoe' grty etler.Jua .& rhe? mesa uyut wja nasty East Vest and 2. North Africa Sudan, how many today can recall
opposite of "freedom" fund asarai and cf canal everttoes would suc- engrossed In its own Arab-
Jr'IIIJIIIII f sang; CX. !dinlpc7rfr7 what "positive" proposals
Critical observer of the economy a mod hart tatay i* jruihuiifr :at read the pcvsefit anarchy.BX Negro internal quarrel is too Lyndon Johnson made in the

used to worry a good deal about They distrust an kinds of economic fus ?the Cmp where _we &t* a feeble to resist Cairo pressure recent campaign? How many
"vested interests. la the of was bas a neaa was TSZ FORMER *. But the U.A.Itd spend
days and case
political change such as that ethricw! Avnmax vswuft, wCmnmiinic more, on the other hand, recall -
"Teddy Roosevelt when the afce to a trse sear tie tJfiunfiw myfst well retreat ; oa American food and the words
phrasewas of civilian good. The Far J rtt vcHniaavy. e rrwawmt "trigger-hap
ftafi.Jowpt. It* !has guOtKal bastion! Ka- its economy totters. It is
feared that py" or "reckless" or "dangerous"
common people cannot grasp the automation whichIs tot his nC.s :tmlltargtaus JKH TO-
sod recreate a subject: to cautionary persuasion.
tonpx.
sepm& and the charge about
once some big capitalist or company revolutionizing bct.oriu4 beginning hat hoik a ft* art far lava !ialibra* heart stant with: outright Likewise, Algeria Is in "wrecking social security

acquired a commanding position in to revolutionize reccrf-iw- rte :IIIId ef the ct: .t sad n. Jnviet Dnuir swans to Siiudt .lt f r t e a a sad PortoAUKMC an economic swamp and ?" your

wealth or he could never'be Yrr7 we's s'fturc o pxsc> have _lilt! !II to** Bonnfi is seeks from
power log and decision-making. Tw fit the ftK&ut* There no desperately help Personalities have some

dislodged. The law would protect biggest industries BOW are eosn- bar SaifeRi placed off fin !rats str-! ; dnuoc tout If tf* present rash tile European Common Mar- thing to do with the outcome
witftJOry tine
Tie 3Mots tyt QuupiflBW no
srw.: wanes were
him and he could protect himself. and tt xuajral to the rebels Is ket It should be told there of campaigns but not always
peters technology bit .
space Al et a satin agent tu tnmu{& Sudan: !ituut .iSjera -
aluivcd to continue, Tshom- b no chance: of such help Some of the most able men in
The rich would get richer and the unknown a few year .,.. A lei: beta! OBI !lion the ant lilt Cmiaf JtattSkyublle. .
!bet central government will unless it stops meddling in America running excellent
on an
poor would get poorer, and the Hora- earlier the advent of Ulrrutoa al ttutlt ef the awe and swa4esvi Susaua jC ase a Doe without a tangible Income the Congo. platform and making
tie from wouldbe Ise guy bird sat !Be with WINS IIIIC1 mIi. tnartc
Alger way up poverty but destroyed the &
yorag n ai C.X. and Belgian 1 Leopoldville. Tshom- g o od campaign speeches,
met wise nn to *e cave. sde
top have aJreNyctIl'!!
blocked. In all but form plutocracy broadcasting Industry till radio Tia kH watcfirf ail ttnsfcraai fA Darttnum !satt3nsltrpmeae support But such a tangible be, personally hated by Nasser have been defeated by oppon

would replace democracy. found a way to revive greatly changed. kta kwc.. 13 at ae te pupirrnit IIa ,hubs., d s Increase would commit two and Ben Bella for alleged ents of mediocre quality and

Movie, too rose, fell anti rose saw tot ale fir* winds Ji>- Bah Sudan tot tnencw byroad XVTO members against a complicity In the murderof of lesser ability. U the voters .
the sol BUS bad combination of Negro and the Congolese are in a mood of resent
By time of Franklin Roose- again. apt tva&r to Cmijaies areas ax left-wing
leA soant She Arab African states backedby Lumumba must ment, it doesn't matter to
velt, another type of vested interest WM to p ent. react hands. nationalist .
Enterprising enterprisers nowadays Dew town and begun to both Russia and China. be warned to modify his pulley. them how truthful the characterization
had come to seem more terrible. The
of a candidate s
big capitalists were somewhat shaken are aQ the time moving into fan It with ha wzgs. Tie THE ALGZKLVHS are supplementing Obviously the time has : He Is widely regarded merits may be.
flames !taft brut! nil
grew In Africa as Washington'sand
: and In their place big government new fields, and it has become a com- tan. and he kept boning BBal weapons with at come for Immediate and coordinated Brussels' "Uncle Tom." One reason for the mistakesof

: loomed as a menace. monplace: that within five to 13 the Ere was goal and hot treed a few guerrilla experts diplomatic action many politicians is that
and Castro has sent his irregular by the U.s.A.. Belgian.Trance do understand
not
: To these fearful souls it seemed years, some whole industries a* we MIl because t waa a holy TSHOMBE SHOULD be they really
strategist 3fa f. Cue- and a3 of
Britain This Is
sentiment
I know them win be obsolete if not occasion everywhere the nCectua to enlarge his grassroots
\. = that time the persuaded
every government to
Algiers presumably
tl the Came: orbed vara. which have deep c n tern particularly true of politics
:: gained a new function or a new employee gone while some major industries UK hetpfjl hoi ha It.n to eomxctimi with the Congo ..th Africa's peaceful evotuton. government, broadening its leaders who emerged from

': or a new tax, the new thing will arise from new ideas and in. turned the bright color effort Aleksandr Saelepiniformer If they work ia unison political base; to prepare the so called Intellectual centers
ventions. Merchandising and fanning head ef Soviet Security a a still possible disaster national elections under international where the 01
: was bound, tow go, cufcforever andgrow : of the Ore and bftIIL1: b exponentsparty
.. like a banyan tree. The forms" the two oldest and most decentralized ed so to this day. That to snd a principal chief a may be avoided. There are supervision y philosophy vie with
: industries have been why the bad cadre to b* cal the past Khnnhchev re- three areas where action is moderate African states; to one another in expressing
engaged
of democracy might persist, but big ed "Robin." which mesas glue has Just arrived ta required: announce a basic policy consonant their respective ideologies.

: government could tax and tax spend in rapid, continuous changefor -bright with flamePerhaps .. Cam to everset the supply with the O.A.U.; and THE AVERAGE man Is interested

: and spend, elect and elect. more than a generation, and the most charmnig eperatxn. L Russia. Every effort to invite troops from moderate In the retention of his

: But look around a bit. Under mod drastic change ia continuing. legend is the early Oirtrtaalejend If such open intervention must be made to persuade African states to help Job, in higher Income, In bet.

: conditions Interests ef how the Bchtamf ea lie side of the disintegnt- Moscow to diminish: its involve restore order while he d... ter living conditions, in edu
ern stay vested AH these change bring severe bug got Its light The story tog rebel movement is permitted men L The Russians bands his unsavory white cation for his children, and in
only if those who run them are constantly problems of adjustment, for the em- Congolese returned mercenaries. isn't
1 b: to continue the have probably so keeping out of war. He

=: adapting to major changes. ployees a* well as the enterprisers, Once upon a time they balance of pewerw3 directly to black Africa The situation Is alarming concerned over whether the

: Success is self-iimiting if it leads to and everybody has a lot to barn were Just ordinary tang black soon swing against: the where they previously bunted and cannot be allowed t 0 candidate dresses well or has

: complacency. about how to make the changeover bop with wigs. Tsbombe government which/ their fingers in the Congo drift Perhaps a bare four many college degrees or can
ONE NIGHT almost two is struggling to assist central and Guinea because weeks remain in which diplomatic make a good speech or has a

: go smoothly and without great social thousand yean sg ere ef control. Then one of teethings they fear if they don't take action stands any glamorous personality. Seventy
Some of the big industries of Teddy
and economic costs. But learningis these bop was asleep at a Dust happen. the kad. China win grab chance of success.: Should It million voters today do not

Roosevelt's day are still dominant going on.Meanwhile. cave near Bethlehem. Jast Either there wiit be complete control of African left wing fan, all Africa will be torn differ from the 40 or 30 million

today, like oil and steel but only 1 by as we have motels for traveler chaos in the CeigeRepublic nationalism. Russia mount apart. Either the Congo will of a few decades ago

virtue of many changes and better the mere fact of rapid, ia sutomobiies. there : or the USA and be warned its present policy dissolve or outright interna- Perhaps the best proof of

behavior. Railroads meat packersand massive changes does much to reduce were places for caravans to Belgium already committedto could jeopardized\ detente tional war will explode In the superfluous nature of

mines have come down ia the the old danger of big businessor ancient time. There were BObeJs give Tal a the tangibleaid. and urged to help shift the heart of darkness, dragging the intellectual type of party

big government.Big BUT rooms and those will have to send la Congolese responsibility to in a continent If not a campaigning is to be found
.., world. traveling with the caravans military mlssleas as the the U-\ and the Organize- world. in the casual way in which national
business and big government had to sleep en tic straw or platforms are treated.

Big government continues to grow, are rolled into ont in the military- blankets to front ef the stalls. few papers print them In

but instead of turning socialist, it industrial complex" which President & was la one of these suns full text They are rarely
that the tale bUck hug was heard weeks after
of in the
presides over a new type of mixed Eisenhower's farewell address
asleep. I the party convention has
economy that makes both socialismand warned the nation. This complex is AH of a sodden be was Voice of the People.On adopted them. Occasionally 1

old-style dog-eat-dog capitalismlook still a real danger God help us if awakened by people coming one or two planks are emphasized -

old-fashkmed. Far from being General Walker and General Motor "toto the suit They didn't In s political campaign,

less democratic than it was. the national combined bother him sod despite the but by and Urge even the
successfully I .
ever powers TIle Sim's Pnan
.... he went to sleep. Then Opinion candidates for Congress if
government is more so. Far But far the defense
so secretary he awakened
was by a wonderful suddenly quizzed woo I Id
from irreversible, it follws popular Robert S. McXamara has done a remarkable soft white light which 0.- .-4 -- use t..1.w .w .1e. i" ... v... .. ... P-.ae ...--. L..... hardly be able to remember
5N .. .d ... .... ... _'e _.draa Ne_ '"a k ttoIoeW if --... 4....... itii.UMt
:awing In varied directions.: It Job of imposing civilian REed the cave. He leekeddowa .... SOO ... .-4 M .It .d..1 ... .._. Peso., ...... w -.L TN exactly what was In their own
nudge state and local governments control and centralized planning and and saw a beautiful ,.. ... P.M .. ...... h.tar w M krtM u, viriMMt cWt ... wttfw'i nM.... party platform.
a g woman with aft ......
Under these circumstances:
Coward: more democratic forms andChallenging evaluation upon iU vast bulk. baby
her and
arms all Santa Had Smith said his firm had borrowed their "tai paying Is passed those who would I'tOflaJlobe
about the btaslllal
was the Republican: Party will
llSe.OM front Florida on the consumer ia
light Then the angels cane Pvwer Company event any be wasting time if they con
II un Assumption kite the and to No band mortgage
cave began Spirit story says there Who b paying for their fine themselves to such wordsas

...... Mt-Dbp.kII long the Sill( ea record Oa the Chinpasty's run ads "exclusionary" or "extremism"
-St. assumption sties states and cities all fee eftca Tbe little bog was taking EDITOR. SIll The Christ. page explaining the
Judge William H. Hast el accepted without thought that that prove Insensitive to tedW ton page ad. page S. matters to me? or "moderation" or
on, his eyes bog with escitemcnt Bias parade was emir ef eur "
they this is investment even "p e II f 11 he or nega
aa
the Cmttd State Curt ef Ap. whenever the federal government vidual rights. say STOJ. CONFUSEDAddifig
ef the Saata rraldlsappailllmeat.
Suddenly em finest But was a
peals for the Third Circuit b lays Its hand to a social The federal government as by -stockholders"/ tin.Tbey would be better
angels took a bright hi ear area,
green I
a very welcome visitor to St. task tile liberties of the people President Johnsoa frequently of the company Someone is advised to go to some book
jewel from her cows sadlaid he sever ones ackaowMgtd
Louis and what be Is saying and the of making a erroneous state of simplified English for
: sitegrity the states has said b tot a hostile powor It M the small ledged tile cries ef "Hey Saau." He Insult
op
to the Oliver Wended Holmes are imperiled. The record: as to be feared and maligned aunt. to say the feast words to tea the voter that
rock where the m
hug was.SlIt sat there deep convene-
:Drcturo at Ui- he reminds does not It Is A Chicago doctor: returned what they intend to do Is to
Washington lIS sup- a tool to be used, and the put It dews tight ea tbe tied wash the sleigh! driver, The Company says there to
::m-ul1w s special approprvateness Judge Hide dares to cfIa W Aaencaa people oa the whole! bug, sad sever kxied at the ebJdrea. "is ao evidence that any one his parted car to find a note enable him to get higher

for !tN tunes port the premise; It Is the can be trusted to use n wbery.: "Ouch.- he said. has pressured the Read under the wndshwu and a wages to make It possible for
his thannet'
dollar
to
badly crushed buy more
BIT THE 1.\<;0. Beard fender. The
tidal They do not d II
y andlittlei'
Dote read "Dear before, to build more
I saicerery hope ant year Car Owner
hear him And after she had that did but :
they so. say it war
CataesviDe The people who roads to wn the
POTOMAC FEVERBy CIa produce a saw me crushytw
her she cant be
rearranged crew pmea.
lender against crime and render the
Santa worthy ef wearing the with my car and
picked I' the jewel: and put He to A fN of are now city ..,..11111. again to pro
costume. was enough questions Florida witching n* write
It back to ...
: JACK WILSON. C.wl.. W'asbiagtse Bursas pIa.
make a ana believer set d Power Corporation: this ne Banmlly think fa vide tuition grants M educateaO
n
hen
was that the keg
: LBJ wants to build a new Panama Canal How Is the Great Society route to sacred that the hack part ef the youwgeA Maybe we seed L Does writing my same and address children to both public and
: a partly! soother w& a deep adeuUedly poJitiraIr.cmc"aftJandalipn. 10 you can contact nw to private school, to build sa
ret anywhere with a society leader who is just aa ambitious ditch digger his body was lighted vo with : pay wit
armament that
BO IKXFm damage But flit program
not Jf
;.. a light lint the velar ef theJel vats sullen come with I a sol-
bereaantk waste. (CWti ft>. Lives irk feojuu e fewer and fewer
Feeder
It's a typical example ef The Erie Caaal to practically After the angels left mew yes had nothing to then expenses ) tier and depend more and

Idle, hat nobody eves thiaka .f auivlar it U Paaaau instead .f digging a sew M the Bother and child d. with:! the selecooa ef Sang KNWLEDCE DIrt oa apparatus and to

.... could sleep sad k was dark but use else de we coa- 1 Sac atifity rates are make sure that our defense is
agar he could UB see beauty plain to but the Editor ef ear set SB the basis ef their expense sufficient to deter
Ren. Gerald Ford of Michigan says .wants to be the leader of tie RepubU- ef his era balm day newspaper? *, there is a* ran s e a say enemy
and ef .
keep as GUt war.THERE
cans In the House of Representative it turns out there are some. SD he flew eut ef the cave tar the Company to eperateecmcekajy.

and wet about to kH al the &ocerery. A taother wh B ft ter,. sat ef

The big space ate e.w*..l! lees
havea
here and l.W some Republican Tale me It you leader. event' to the n... And abort that Saata-'I a private company Is platitudes toprevious
to but
ward a beg tine,
ever after that b* sod al his Cut! sat reflected k higher

Republicans put eff their National Committee meeting until January: out of etildrew's chits have had Who Pays For rate to then tw teosiiers, been suecccsfaL campaigns But. have above

respect for Dean Burch. They feel nobody should SOM two elections U the same a fight to carry with then 1 Sdrt bra Uses are all. pe aryani ef a"pottksl

year hKky at sight enough Wcswie to km W was been Power Co. Ads? expcBMs to tea and larvae party cams resemble the tae.
sir written to atufc *
a at
....iI.alltre In the Menua-Mirm stare .ha Dallas dMat came muck to the cave were Jesss was EDITOR. SUB: 1* Hw SUB. taxes CalM out et taeirOowaUe tor1 dep** toeat ef the lour

damage. Just singed the gift wrapp II,. .. five InN f til wed heel page t. Dec. IT. David B. pnCJ. Is I set true League aoivenitiesL


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Thursday, December **, 1YM bolneiville .SUit_ Jtfl:
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Youths Arrested in Armed Robbery I I 4 Injured r I

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ye.e way
Four Negro teen agers were. who said four youths bad relieved py, the driver pulled the car- Shortly after receiving Town- In TwoCarCollision rL-f l !
:wrested early this morning: him of$480. described as an old model black r send's call Deputy Fred Duke t,
;Dear Micanopy after they alleg Townsend said the Incident Studebakeroff the road and apprehended four boys rang- oI r ...ooisio. e .'.. M .elOMI
edly robbed a Negro man at began in the southwest sectionof another of the youths pointed a ing in age from 17 to 19 who e )1vy
gunpoint, Alachua County Sheriffs Gainesville when the four pistol at him and forced him were driving the car describedby _' '
. deputies reportedDeputy boys offered to give him a ride trom the vehicle. the victim. Four persons including Injured atwoyeareid \J* we etteBel an lie joy yof
Walter Coleman said to Ocala if he bought them Outside the car: another of The youths were held for Investigation girl were
In collision
:the arrests came after officeranswered s some gas.Townsend. the boys took his money, the of robbery. Road a 20 two-car InState
Wednesday night tk.
: a call from Elijah accepted the offer, all leaped Into the auto indrove MMOO.
Townsend, rural Gainesville, but when they reached Micano- away. The Injured, Hogan A Smith,
No Loinbnrtlo 25, Martha J. Smith J, MaryK.
a-n .I Moore S3, all of Gainesville o Mar pod fortune ..eI
For New Year and Nancy L. Woodruff of .
Orange Lake, required hospitalization !- '
(e) Nm rte Turn dOOaLC1t15
NEW YORK -Television will Officers said the accident occurred .0
shatter a tradition on New when a car driven by 1
Year's Eve For the first timeIn Miss Moore crossed over the U jromn to ..j...
many years. Guy Lomhardo ,center line and was struck by
and his Royal Candians will not ;Smith's auto. 4v j
be on the channels at midnightto The Moore vehicle skidded
I- play "Auld Lang Syne." 36: feet after the Impact and 1
The Columbia Broadcasting I :Smiths car slid a total of 116 \ o 1I
System said It had tried to arrange I feet Into a ditch. I
a one-hour New Yea r's Miss Moore was cited for
Eve show with the Lombardo 4 driving: left of the center line,
band, but so far no sponsor had Damages totaled more than
been obtained Therefore, no 1.000, No seat belts were installed -
show has been scheduled.TALLAHASSEE In either vehicle ( ; ,

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r I'I Order Barring-- Embargo- i-. 'w4iA\'% Il


II (AP) The He said the railway needed \ .iYYri
I Florida East Coast Railway' lit additional employes who : I 'II:
4 must wait at least until Fcbiu, would first have to be hired and ,
i nary to find out the fate of its trained to do their Jobs correctly
V I imposed embargo on rock and "before it could restore some .
pulpwood products. semblance of normal service. Y ltj6 ,
I The railway asked the Florida
At the commission hearing,
i Supreme Court Wednesday tissue
Thornton pointed/ out that rock
an Injunction against a
product made up IS per cent
;
Public Utilities Commission order -
of the line's volume, and that
I preventing the embargo.
an embargo on mk :
productswas
I However, the railway will
in the public Interest
have to continue to haul all
I products until February at the He said. "We are trying to JeMa8sfi1L
earliest provide the maximum serviceto
With the filing of the railways the maximum number of
petition, the Public Utilities people."That's the Intent of the
Commission has 20 days to an- order
\ wer. Alter that, it Is a matterof In denying the request, utill-
time until the case appearson ties Chairman dwln: L. Mason
the court docket. told the railway "(lie commission '
The court clerk's office said finds the application of the
It will probably not come before railway has failed to adequately -
to make your Christmas brighter and the Justices until sometime In support its request Air an

I February.The railway originally scheduled embargo.Furthermore'* a petition to enjoin 8 East University Ave. _vJ&Yb Phone Fit .ISOS5
to l It you know that, busy at wt art,
the embargo for midnight the FEC from putting the
I Dec. 10, But that was before the embargo Into effect wii pre
w. arc still thinking of you. I commission hearing and Its order sented to the circuit court Judgein
I denying the request. St. Augustine The court upheld ___. _
':'!':"!:!;!:!! 11mmmHmiiHiiiHim: :: :I1iirmml! !:!! !. I The railway claimed the embargo the commission ruling I
was necessary to comply
with a Dec. 3 federal district
court decision ordering It to
AA-- honor pre strike agreement
made with 11 nonoperatlng( unions -
on strike for almost two
dU dU = years.
I Railway President W. L.
bornton said at the hearing ,
the embargo was proposed be- 1fI"A NOELi
,'
*:ji;:H f i iiiWimimijii1i1ii! : w i ii;w:iiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiii: :; :til' cause the order also forbade the : :

13 W. UNIV. AVE. FR 6-5611 railway from using supervisory
personnel' or crossing seniority 'fJ '

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Letters I your WIfe. Love, Chuck FamDear I have' been a pretty g> I Irl Electrical
"our wish isthat j tried
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i j tJt *My. sister to *:"W this SURVEYED
; To Santa Santa. SYSTEMS
love
I you.
T far me.
have: Please bring me a gas tan1a Katie age S Residential, Commercial
you njpq flashlight and a damp trod e Industri.tC
i FOR THE YOUNG AND YOUNG AT HEART Pat Harris a U

Santa I have been a g 00' C. P. Dressler
From Santa's Mailbox at the New most of' the time. Yoi
ea< n Post OfficeDear Dear Santa OJ what I want most Electrical Contractor
mow
.. bnir 6-6193
I want some candy i Love Phone FR
''r y Santa Claus, dolls I told him there were I/ they want one. Please bring and a comb. a Chatty Cat' Steve S)kec I 910 N.W. 4th St.
I I have bathed m,'.ell almost other little children who wanted them other things too. some clothes tot her cteww 112 NE 20th St.
every night since I've learned a dolL He wants miss Bar. Love fur me, a don stroller_a boot -- -
bessWat) isstmas bow. bin and Barbie and Brenda Rubin Perry ----
storr and a Midge with black '((fI!' rll' .t.' 'A I Ijf
rv. helped Mama with Frank hair. He la J4. Dear Santa Claus r""" "*','- ., \\\rs.\ : ;'''' I( l\\\\\\ I
and Leslie. Would) you please\ Connie Celkm Please bring the poor children
bring! me a camera and type. .
some toys this Christmas
p a t o f Ch wiper and a pool table. 1 am Dear Santa Claus, at. Please Just bring me aba-

r. Will you please bring me a ton. I don't want very much i
From
My little sister Leslie is very dollhouse and a book house for Christmas this time, because
meet and nice. Would I :you please and a cow girl skin I got a little too much
; GAINESVILLEMAYFLOWERGAINESVILLE :please bring her acme thing. please and a cow girl top anda last time. Please bruit Dadd)
BONDED WAREHOUSE. INC !lilt can have stuffed toys and cow girl whip please and a a Dew belt and be, Mama i anew .
'I p J49 N.W. 6th St. Ph. FR 6-5224 I julltoyi.. She Is 1*>>. pea of my own and a lot ol necklace and wings.. Bobble i
I My.brother Frank wants four little pieces of paper please anda a new stroller and a doD &6
o belt of my own please what XqqpH put flOP I pm )nrueiq
f is blue. And a place what 1 J'a pair of new shoes and a
can keep my own stuff in big bunny.

please, and a book of my own I Love Jean Perry Age I from each of to each of
us you
please and some cooking stuff ..
d11 please. I Dear Santa Claus.
Thank and love Gate
you i How are you'My ,
P8. I told what
AY the Christmas be my mama
spirit I name fa Patty Johnson. I
to write, I can't write. 'He al
am t years old and am in the
'oj' with us not for a few calendar days ready knows" my name cause Third grade at Kirby Smiih
r< be did ask me and I did say School.

but throughout the years to come. Cate. I am letting my father
crate this letter because be can
Let us offer a fervent prayer that Dear Santa Claus, write better, where you can
I am not a Christian so 1 read it better.
", the Christmas' belli will ring out do not clebrat Christmas. But I Would yon please bring me,

f* ,since you are nice/ to my: ,these thing If you have enough,i h
forever with the cheerfulness of on ,
friends I will leave you something to go around e

i everlasting peace on earth. to eat on Christmas: 1. A barbie doll and Ken doll,
Night. 2. Some clothes for them J. a''!
Love SUMO Coffman wig for the dolls 4. a ra
Beverly,
As we approach the eve of Hillbilly game, I. a ] -
Dear Santa possible, I. a Barbie wallet)
/ Christmas we ore very grateful toP I want a broom Motor, r. a tea set. S. Some slippers
mousetrap game a Jimmy get t. a house coat 10. some psja-|
i
/ our friends for their loyalty and and a oxygen tank for swimming mas.

'/ If this is too many things for
extend cordial greetings and sincere I am t years old and I thinkI you to bring then you could

have been pretty good. If Jcan't leave the watch until my birthday -
for Christmas.TET'US .
._ wishes a Merry have these things bringme rr t
x
-- I what ever you think I would Thank you very much I love
1
tike or need a friend Larkln ,you Santa +y
.r Carter Patty
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=- Dear Santa Claus.! Dear Santa,
::' I am writing this letter fur I want I Flag and a walkie
my brother,Peter. Here Is what talkie. I am for you. I love
... he wants: a rifle mouse trap you friend.
i W.J game 72 Crayola crayons, a Kent
rubber sword a Play-dob factory .

and a scooter If you have Dear Santa,
CHRiTvA5ASHININGLIGHT to leave out the scooter b it t want radio. And I
I a slant
KEEP / a
try not to. armie tank. Bobby alcrie' Cindy Holly Bonnie Lou
I have been good at homeand Mark I ,

\ kindergarten and church. Dear Santa, i
Love Peter age I Faith and Robert
\ S asterisks I, King High
I have been
a very good boy
. _
Dear Santa And I want an Erector set Pool
{ I have been a very good ttt- table, and a motor for my l J' _
I tie glrL Thank for all of
you blcke. And
... i I wish you a very
.
the brought me last
things 0
you .
,. I
... e year. .
I Please bring me Rlngo the
Beatle and a vacuum and a
reacord player.

I. C. P. DRESSLER Love. DeUnda. Franklin

Dear Santa Clause,
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Pleas bring me a little baby
doll And a blue dress If :you
910 N.W. 4th Street Telephone FR 6-4193 can and bring the poor children
something like a toy boat
and a baby doll too. And
please bring them a play horse

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Thursday ,Detemb **. iwt oalnesvlIU Sun .7
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Lights, Up Christmas [ ....

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cams to searching wonderment peasant's child, a homeless man saw 'For to us a child Is born a I
At last, they found the Child i I hills .
who trudged the of Call- to us a son Is given and f
and joyously "they fell dow From Page 1 lee? His name will be called Won .
tnd worshipped Him" "For' now we see In a mirror derful Counselor Mighty God .
Gems and Incense wreat b e d I dimly" Paul writes "but then Everlasting Father Prince of ..
that haunting room. Yet dark, thou wouldst rend the! heavens face to face Now I know in Peace .
ling clouds encompassed It, and I and come down." part; then I shall understand Arise shine for thy lighthas ..
danger filled that brutal time fully, even as I am fully under. come." .
So the
and Caesar's Iron empire.. The, went age's plea stood." (Tom e r r .w: The love in ,J.
through and
king's militia struck slaying yearning prayer The darkness hovers still. It Christmas) .
even in the spreading eastern
children under Z, but Jews's Isn't gone. The record constantly .
I cults and frenzies meant to con.
family fled with Him to hide in confirms the circling gloom WATER and ICE TEA .
;ure up a sense of supernatural .
pagan exile. It forms mankind's prosceniumfor GLASSES "'"
Storm and dark surroundedHim presence."Entheol" they called the the star a star which shines II ,.. Met.h ft 11.11 I and stalked Him from dizzy climax. "God Indwelt. unendingly in Christmas. SPENCECHIMICAl
I that day to this, assailing Him The day was overcast and "The people who walked in SUPPLY CO.
danger filled that brutal 11 I me darkness have seen a great
dark and so it is In changing m 1.1111
with death Itself, though It ways on every Christmas eve, light the phophet Isaiah fore
could not contain Him. Yet His though pageantry and ballads .
I ressurrectlon, too, was in the may depict it as blithe. -. ...
middle of the night to pledge Into every "present darkness"rears "I\ ? .w
enduring dawn. the beacon. jI
"The darkness is passing( Into wintry yesterdays Into 3'I
away, proclaims St. John. gilt veneered uncertainties, ,
"The true light already Is shinIng dilemnas and alarms of now
." and unforseen tomorrows "the "
Such an atmosphere Identifies way, the truth, the life" breaks :: L111 : : ..
the real locale of Christmas through the shutters of the ,, .t...

world. ., .
He came and comes beyondthe "The bright and morning t-'i ,
g' :-
tense of time, In darkness' star" the book of Revelation .
to enlighten, to reveal. And designates Him. .
what indulgence does He con And He said "I and the Father
vey SL.- Paul defines it: are one." I
"The light of the knowledgeof The C h'r I stmas vision finds
the glory of God in the face Him and the longed for knowl.
of Jesus Christ" edge of Him In the coming forthof '
From eons past, the forlorn Christ. I 7 !
cry of sages patriarchs and ". the revelation of the
prophets had beseeched a closer which was kept secret

view, a deeper understanding for mystery long ages ." writes St i. ... ...',(. '.r.,jf;" .,;.'.,'" ..'fy.... ;'.;;C itr, ,!,' i
of Almighty God He seem of the
Paul the image ,." t
ed so overwhelming, distant, invisible God In whomare .,). .'...t', : 1-
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great, His ways past finding hid all the wisdom and '
out.'Why knowledge ." Y ; \ .I ,; .' 1" ,.:" ,.' : '. '.'I!
dost thou hide thy In the curtained night arrivesthe f ..: : "
face" the troubled Job Implor gift of Christmas. MERRCHRISTMAS '. < i'l"P
ed. Go forward backward, left "Let the light shine out of '. .,: .,. o
or right, and God could not be darkness," God decreed when .,'.' .
found. "I am hemmed In by first the earth was made, and .
Oh that I knew
darkness so It did. #0.
where I might! find Him." And now In Christ give I .. ,oj' 'I'
And Isaiah cried, "0 that.thanks exults the gospel of St I 1 'i. ." .t
'Luke, "The dayspring from on '
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high has visited us, to give lightto ., :'\'
I them that sit In darkness and t r ,,"
in the shadow of death, and to :: f '
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Into the of
guide our feet ways 1 '
I .
peace."He" that sees Me," said May tlte Christmas hells \ v 3 :
I .
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Jesus, "sees Him that sent \ I
.
:We" 'i:1" s .. u1
I In scripture an eternal beingis ring out tvitn a joy on* I ::: ,'J:
ascribed to Christ, a oneness ,
.
with the mind of God His :"" ,,:. ; _
i I'"logos "word"" or reasoning'mentality mcMage of good dope, ,, '. Jt() .;....1."(..,t" ,0.. .'...O',
as bodied forth crea- .' I...... -..' .1 .
'lively in action and In speech cheer and
good gooelhleJJ"ngJ
upon His birth as man. / ." '
rr I "He was In the beginning with 447I: XMW& '
John. "All things '
God, writes far all.NEIGHBORHOOD '
were made through Him and &' 1964
I without Him was not anything 1874
made that was made. In Him SERVICE i im
A hose ol good wishes II'was life and the life was the "

,light of man We have beheld .
.
to our man, friends His glory ." Center .
I Through the pall of murky
artificial "Your U.S. Royol Hcodquortm"
and customers aims, confusion fears and
I "gods" and glltterl n I s,
637 N.W. 13th Street 372.0455
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j singular disclosure is projected "
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: on the stage of history. '
It gleams on every age and ,
Il measures time across the calendar 1"1 '

/J. from Anno Domini until ,
today. "The Son of God has v bid.\ ..::t' .
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I come and has given us under. ,
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M : May all the Joys of IEEIJj -i I I'I .111.Jowph, '1.Oa Mary"oalnaivlila.>ld' Willie D...".., 2". Jl.GIn.W111s.ChMotn OalnalMtar -.


the season fill your heart Carolyn C""' Jan Sort Car Chanco.ar. M U 0".111.Oilnawllla SI

.,, ttalnaivlllaPatiaxa ,
and home, bringing Lull Amanda AI. W
your Oitaa. II. Oilnaavllla.John .
happiness to and to William A_....... to Gilnaf
you Dorothy, Anne Bryant IS Gainer, r

those whom you hold SUNK ',iYIn licit.... thaw ,._11. tt ,...-t.. }

..,. dear. 'TIs the season to 'I .the \Sybil Armada _IV. N Alachua.
I J3. G.ono fiM1
be Jollyl! [.tidPlMari c.1MISSCuntr. 21 ,
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... CalnatIlia -
iluDfin I. ". Maidowv II
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ONE AND ALL POLICE FIRE REPORT the past 24 hours were: .. Dan DlMn, quiet' Ilia. 10 400,000,000 hour a e
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"MInt.. v. Jamw Blackburn and DanM. Arthur Irlkln 30. GilnaavlllaLaura American public spends
from oil of ui at Accident Roundup James D. Helton 3961 SW40th Baulo C. Blackburn eMUII.IIOIIoa' B I McMakln Millar, 51, Oalnatvliia, / The newspapers'ry t
Place and Jerry D. Swear. agraamantTha John Ivm HUOMM J,.. IJ 0.'Men, week reading U. daily
Involved in accidents reported ,,..Ie. data Board af Arctiltact. YIIMII. ." Caraimo. Illlkarf, H
KEN'S BAKERY !uigen, 127 NW 40th Drive, at +. Tha jamai Co, Inc. and p.cair 10..vIIII., 1 1P
by the Gainesville Pollci I FIWOK, bilimiian.Othar .
7:11: p.m. Wednesday at New-
151 S.W. lot St. Ph.". H C.7701 Department and the Alach u I I
berry Road and 34th St.
Sultt and* bI
County Sheriff's Office during!. Ozle B. Toole, 2314 NE 10th I Unttad .,.,.. PMailly. and lu..n' :j
Co. v. 0. R. ,
Ter. and Paul Thruland, Kirt- l Charlal, T. "N'-: 0. It.I s. T. 'Ii
!O rson, damagai, dlwilliadThomai .
land N.M. 1:50 Wed-
at p.m. I Oil Co. v. Franco L. Won N I
nesday at E. University Ave. suit la WIN till.. n
Florida ,
Invailora Inc. y. Pat y C
and lit St.Doretha I nan, daM.
J. J. Mara v.. Hareld. C.I. g nan
Hicks, 3620 Archer] mortgtoa toraclowra, .1..1.. .....
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Road and Leslie R. Snowden,

r L Rt 2, at 1:01: p.m. Wednesdayat Merru.. LkMN A.lIclll 4
William '.mu" Ivey. 25, NI' 0.
NW 8th Ave. and 1st St Prancer G.II And.r.on. 20, G.ln..1I11C..ln Sqs
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Mazie E. Jenkins' ItlS SE 1.0_ Guthre. ,1s. John sn. \
e 13th Place and Irma B. Ward, Ilh.. Mil Iallhanu I. Ga'.IIII.' I

l 1330 E. University Ave.; at t David Oannia' Clark U, Oalnawlll..' )'
10:1 am. Wednesday at E. LI.s.1dt... K.w. W*' 'y' "' Pomp"Limir I 'Jj f

University Ave and 13th St. 1 1
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V.... W.ne .wls. n 0..111'' '1.
Hogan A. Smith, 510 NW 29th Nancy Jo.n e.wda. 12, e.lnnvlli.."' .

Ave. and Mary K. Moore 16 ..... Swn.lt, n. Oilimvllk'
SE 13th St., at 10:15: p.m. Wednesday chariot IKrllng Fallthomnwl.. I

on State Road 20. O.ln..III. It I ,
lbtr I 9 Fire Calls .Jo... John O..n.lly J,.. 21, W.
.,... Sroclu Judith Natal GoII".Ik 2 .
At 12:29 p.m.: Wednesday, a O.ln..III.

brush fire at 308 SE lib St J_.. I.st s.11i11o. It 0.1"".""N.
No damage. ersnda Ray ..II.n"... 74 O.'n."I' i N,

At 4:45 am. Thursday a ..,.., Hants is'. 32, O. I" soil
.... 0'I
Mary L.N -. lito G.lo..III..
house fire at 1201 SE 9th St
ran 0.ry Aim enter, K O. I a a all
I Damage $75.COURTHOUSI. |Win.. Gay Fowtll M aalnwvllli.' t
w f nIIto Jack K.o.ln, M, Stlmivlllo, Sash nd ,
RICOKDSNay. 110I1" ... Ollck M N. Miami I."ft. 01
M Dae. IB IM4DivorcM
Immll Lfflll porous III, il, ON
INuM.ry villa, Lynda Olinno Sulncay, M .norr"
lav 2. Mathii v. Marina C.No..I. 'lilt. .
/.. Charles Vlnctnt Robtrti, Otal I
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J...... R. Mayflald y. Virginia MayII.M Mary Lynn llgnor, if, OalrwnlllaJamot .
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r Walter HI...., il, High' Sprint' ,
Clifford M. Cods Y. Joyce K. Whlla- Lassa Orlttln If Clot Spring
.ill Kudo. M'ouoi' A..I Hern.'o" :u. GNn ,
\Il1 Ki.r William,... M. Kilns v. Mary him W, _.111.I.. T.,". 151 Pllar S.mlut, 22, .MI

db ; Jull. A. McCoIluIII Y. DIY" K. Mc- Ch"l" .'Y"'.' D.". It. 22. 101.'
C.llom. and Juna Kathleen .hM.barp.'' '", I
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4 MiMrad Nabara Y. William" P. Nabort .
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Jimia N. thaw v.. Sarbara L. ahiwItattord 'Ilia' 110I. .rst Anna Stiapard" 1
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Sapo Jr. v Fannlo L. lipo.Filrlclo O.'n..III.' .
.. Ann L Pus v. Charllalona apin. 'h." .. ldwerd C..on. 2. 0..111' f
Joys Mori. ..,.1. 22. GMnoinlIM.,
M. Btaka v. Otis D lliko. Tad Raymond Brown. 31. MlddlatawOhio '
Carl .T. Strathar v. Antolnatta P. Mary Ruth H..... JO, OalnalvlllAlton '
Itrothar.data Null Hlgglm II. Calnatylll' /'
L. Haroir. v Robert R. H. .....
I ..... Sands Ann S..", Is 0.lna>viiia.
Olvarta' Soft
William till Barnatl, II, Galnmvlll'
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Loltla J, Iwlllay Baryl H. Iwlllny Sandra Ilion Mainawmn, II, Calm
Pro. C. Rappafiockar v. Caipar P.IOnackar -, .'IliaKanmth' .
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JrPrancaa Fair. Oilnaivlllt, ,
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'''r" J. Cook *. Danny M. Cook. I.... CI......., 2) Qilnatvllla. Anl I
.+ Mary K. .,_ y.. Phillip L. L.,_. Timothy Mlchwl WIIHA, Galn 1

.., .. w h+a.. Cut',' ,. cnupplnl v. Francla DIMapvlnL .villa''Ilia.. Iris Vim.ll' loran Jl M, Gal :: lsI. 1 1I

T-= .WKOJeJMi.. Thamoi,...... C. Calhoun v. J. n I lit S Rw. Lm MMan. 14, 0.,.... I 111 I
Christmas It here and c.: Cynthia !
Jam AmoroM. II
and Oalnalvlll I.
we
want to send
you, one all Julia 0. Oraan Y. Harry t. Or..n.top ..
our
:....,. Carnall orlmat 41, Ocait' Annie, II,1
I. Colllna V. Mibal C. Collinstinny 8"" '. Q. Dc.II.
y. Tornar v.. Oanlal, R. Turner.
Barbara. A. Inialda v.. J. mile.

best wishes for I wonderful. Yutetlcfe.! May It bring your all the Uiiaida III.A.ow J.. Thomaa. *.. Vira R. Thorn TV

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Mam F, Olin I :
Ickard v Ickardtolora
good things of !life which you so richly deserve. 0. Daylt y.. kannlttl 'e. Oavlllaobal (c) Now Vark Tlmaa
1 rte, edefu
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ff V >* / '"Ni V..Nvo..h.I. NEW, YORK Carol Burr .r \\ u
A n. .. Cannady *. Curtis P.'C.." : ," "'
ett will
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'- naoyUillan I. McAfaa Y. Roland' D. Me talners" 'on Jan. 2,' C, B. S candCtui
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Connlo L. Rogari y.. Gains R. RogiraWIIM. has announced. Hughes Rude :

; ,.: ::J" Jr.NaeN It\, 11..1.. ... Pod .nl.,. midwest correspondent fo C. B. BOHANNON Jr. carry

.'., :,.:' o. 11 III, "'tools. J. Sisbol Y. lI.ymen' .. 11 M- C.B.S. News, Is expected t Chris
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'., "' I J J. HKdtHi v.. HIM, L Hlgdw be reassigned as Moscow coi near.Un
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"J'I' I "n. / dot. Novlns, who will be given : : ed aIE
Nord N. Ray v. Sutotrd Air .
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fl ,'ij} ',to M ,' ..11_ C*.. d.mafMCity u new assignment + t.A.
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and Miry Tucktr, .....eg... I
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Churches Plan Services Tonight Tomorrowommunlty Barton's Bast -


+ churches will eel- Christmas Day at 10 o'clock. P'orward A Step Backward." subject, "So Christmas"'" trick's r School win sing under i Church.On i of Good Beef C
Irate Christmas by tradition- Christmas Day, a Holy 5 0
i ST. MICHAEL'S EPISCOPALThe GETHSEMANE LUTHERAN Comes. A candlelight Communion the direction of Sister Stanllaui
candlelight tonight and of for CUT AND WRAPPED
Day obligation Catholics, lb
; Holy Communion will conclude each Marie and Father Thomas R
dstmas Day services service Christmas Eve services are there will be one Mass only at THE WAY YOU WANT IT
oughout tomorrow. will begin tonight at 1130: scheduled at Gethsemane, 1220 service. Gross, pastor of Saint Patrick1''the Catholic Student Center at
1 I at the church, 2180 NW 43rd St., :NE 23rd Blvd. at 7 and 11'clock ST. PATRICK'S Church, will be celebrant of the 11 a.m. Masses at St. Patrick's BARTON'S New Store
RST LUTHERAN and will be observed
again tonight The Men's Chorus There will be a Solemn High Mass. The Rev. Father Frank Church will be the same as the
at 1801 N I W Christmas .
ith i e Ave.sanctuary, will be lighted en- Day at 10 a m. will sing an anthem, Dennis Mass at midnight tonight at the Mouth will be deacon and usual Sunday schedule, 1-7.30,1-: 2h Miles South of Newberry en Store Hwy. 41
to- CHAPEL OF THE Sommer will perform a Saint Augustine Chapel at the Father Jerome A Carosella sub- 10:30 and noon. I OPEN 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M. DAILY
ely by traditional candlelight at service, INCARNATIONCarol solo, and the pastor, Norman(Catholic( Student Center, 1731 W. deacon. There will be no mid. Confession today will be at 4- end ALL DAY SUNDAY Phone 472-2488
fcich Mit'i begins at 7;45.The singing will begin tonight E. Kieffer, will preach on the Univ. Ave The choir of St Pa night Mass at St. Patrick1'. S p.m only.
will Include at the chapel, 1522 W."Jniv. .
worship conJegatlonal -
[ carol singing, and Ave., at 11 o'clock, to be I
followed by Holy Communi o n
the
brief sermon by pastor,
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at 1143: again Christmas Dayat ,


I tony i Highlighting the Rev., which candlelighting Robert the the Besalski.pastor service will cere-will bei WESLEY A 11 Christmas a.m.UNIVERSITY.FOUNDATION METHODIST Eve service of I From All of Us to All of You. .. ,.

lighting a taper from
i by
Holy Communion will be held
candle. The ushers
altar
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take from the pastor's.ne I t
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Ave., at 11 o'clock tonight.HIGHLANDS .
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and in turn the congrelion
PRESBYTERIAN
will light their candles
Carolers will leave the
n a "shared" flame. I'church at 1001 NE 16th Ave., CltIiSIl (i
.hen all tapers are afire,
tonight at 7 p.m. to visit the
,
group will sing "SI 1 e n t .
sick and shut In, Individuals
and Christmas
int. a pray-
well entire families
as as are i
(will close the ceremony I Invited to participate.At .
hrlstmas morning the Rev.,
the Christmas morning I
Iskl will speak at the 10
service, the minister, Rev. W
service "The Real
on E. Shea, will speak on "A Step
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and Miss 1
fistmas Story,
irianne Forsman will be so-'

A ...e nursery will be available TO WISH YOU A GREETINGS

;each service. i

JT METHODIST I
Christmas Day service will'
held at the church, 419 NEt
St., to begin at ( pm. I
ev. Thomas G. Mitchell will
Ide as Holy Communion Is CltaJ .
ed. Directing music for !
/service will be Mrs. E. Ruf-
[Jones, and soloists will bebl
I Flanigan, Melville Lalte,
a Lupkiewicz, Talka Lup-
Icz, Bob Mullen and Prls-
y West.e .
service, to continue from
IS o'clock Is open to all.
' RSITY LUTHERAN I

re, too, will be. candle-
service tonight, beginning
1 o'clock Included will bel
Flinging of Christmas hymns .
a message by the pastor, 'iF act on.(fourth.
Rev D. Frederick Castor.
the Christmas prayer the 1 FROM"CHUCK" .
regatlon will kneel at the .
r, meant to represent, said l.
tor, "the presence of Christ, .
P kin the Christian communi-, ..
''. There candles will be lighted -, AND ..
from the Christ candle and .
\ ?.e congregation will leave: DoloresAT ..
1,the chancel and the church with, .
!candles burning, singing "Good ..
"Christian Men, Rejoice." and ..
carrying the light from the .
Christ candle Into the dark. ..
neas'"' THE .
i University Lutheran Is locate ..
,ed at lEt W. Univ. Ave. RECORDBAR .
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i HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL ,
Is slated u7 .
Afdilldren's service
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ETrpy, 118 NE First St., pre- ..
ceeeUng the Holy Communion
Ph.3715-1042
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traditional for friend and good neighbors to WARM WISHES AND THANKS TO OUR FRIENDS '. r'

other well at this! time of the year. We're
wish each
From the Management and Employees of
lid of the opportunity to wish you a very Ham

Holiday Season. ..

We'd like to also fire you our pledge to continue
make our community a better
our best efforts to
In which to live and work continue
Lr endeavor to brine to our 1,fember- KaSffi

best cost possible electric service at the J. M. FIELDS


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They Keep Check w.. ..unoor. :" LtrorewmsK :inCRAoNEVTRALSPIRrra; !r96.GLVlRTDfST.CA, ..,':Ot1ISVlLLZ.ltv'1 1
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I JOHN CLENDENON ,ate Board of Examiners and
UofF Student Journalist he Florida Board of Health, I 'Ij
be open tomorrowDEC. I Dental hygIene education a Luplow li participating In an Intern t ,
primary goal of the Alachua like program.
( 25th) I County Health Department Is Besides staffing the county's
not included In grade school dental hygiene department, i
4 >djY 0n
subject matter but beginning I t r e t ip
Luplow works with licensed
9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. I grade; schoolers come in contact dentIsts' !In the area. He plans
I with It at least once a to practice In Florida after obtaining -

for your convenience! I year In an attempt to make citizens Our main his license concern In examining r ,
of the dental health ,
county school children at such an qa
'I conscious children In the kindergarten early age !Is to educate them s
through second grade dentally," Luplow explains.
each year undergo a dental 1 "We hope they will begin going
I checkup. Given by the health to a dentist regularly after
department youngsters In the seeing us.
county 17 schools participate. 1
I The department's dentist ex Of course we can only do so r
much because
we see most of
amlnei each child's mouth for
t them just once a year. but we .. A '
cavities and of '
signs Impending
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do them brush
encourage to :
I decay. If the dentist thinks the their : .
teeth
and become
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aware .
:child needs dental attention al L %
mote Is sent home to his par of elementary dental prob- s y'1 .
ms" '
lent" recommending such ac- ,1 c 3a
tion. Indigent children are treatedon \> L
Those who can't afford prIvate Monday Wednesday and FrIday .
The friendships and patronageyou dental care may be treated mornings with the usual '.' f' '.. I
I at the department clinic. l load being S to 10 each day. J, ', r
have accorded us ore worthy Dr Ronald Luplow Is the Because Luplow la the lo nt ;. ". 'Ii J "> ',(. { ,Y 1; ztL i tfL ,
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,practicing dentist. He attended dentist on duty It sometimes Is 'bN J f: :
and II he University of Arkansas and nearly two months before a ,, tL; Y ,' I l
Indeed of our most hearty ,name to Gainesville two months child actually gets his dental ", ,.t ,f <'i/'<", f"y
ago under a special state dental work done. Ii. '
I t ..
t \s I
I preceptorship program. "With more dentists we'd be r k
: Under the sponsorship of the ble to treat the 'child faster "If '
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. I I and also do a better Job" Lup- ,I
low .
says.Mont S
Seek Court of the program's financial '
: backing comes from state $f'I ":4"I.4."i w. }
SINCERETHANKS and county health department t{ f l. I
Ruling On budgets, although many civic "',"., tt ." It, ;, i
service groups offer monetary 'r' :," ', *" ,' < "' '; '/
a id, Including the Junior Worn- I Yl1 } "
AmendmentTALLAHASSEE en'. Club and the Junior Welfare ,(W fA" n
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League. !Y r
(AP) A One thing Gainesville has gOoinl n
I ruling of the Florida Supreme l for !It >In the area of dental If you think Soft Whiskey'sdecanter t; "r"'f.iJf r
Court will be sought to correct hygiene Is the city's flouridat-
I an error that resulted in a con- ed drinking water. ;:, y # holiday will look better !
itltutlonal amendment being Test have found that children es N
pronounced defeated when it actually living In cities with flour I d e ';'ff 'on your buffet without the label : .:r
, was approved In the Nov have from 13-33 per cent fewer > t.e
3 I referendum.The cavities. "'
Supporting this Is the comparIson go ,ahead peel it off. I J
I'I by clerk occurred : .
error a
best efforts to
We serve school
pledge our among children In "
I In Hillsborough County and 1 It Alachua County. Nearly The people who drink it will i ia
you during the years to comeGIBBS listed 40,061 extra votes againstthe cent of the city children accord.per It ,,; l loil.

amendment 10' called; to the Daisy Constitution Chain ing to attention Luplow,when don t need checked dental -, know it's Soft Whiskey anYhow.p; ,, t J

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The .tatewlde'vote was close '
enough to tip the scales and the per while cent the level figure Is at children the 40 4I L .- .- ...... ill...." "' ''-'' '' ') < .
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MtUJ State Canvassing Board certified outside Gainesville. I {! ,
the amandment had lost bya : Lu plow, however doesn't '
.II a d N.uR margin of about 23,000 votes.
m vows The Tampa Tribune discover completely attribute the differ. I \ '
ense In percentages of flourlde
:! the error. Actually, the correct
Zj'eas n4oditss4o I vote tabulation showed the "It probably does make a
difference but the living standards
amendment carried statewide by
17,ON votesSecretary. are higher In Gainesville\ Soft Whiskey In gitt-wrapped decanter gift-wrapped regular bottle-at no extra cost '
FURNITURE than in the county and this Is a I I'NE

of State Tom Adams .factor." __.
offire said that the court decision
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would be sought because of I
COM IN AND OPEN YOUR the nature of the amendment It
allows the Legislature to submit
ACCOUNT a complete revision of the LegIslature -

No Bother No Red Tope to the people for a vote. \< ,t
instead of submitting it piece-
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tend Bishop H. Williams, pastor maid of honor will be Miss Al-, hall of the church.
News of ; Iiiterest Mrs Idella Hall, reporter
Special pha Terrell of Hawthorne.The All relatives and friends are
I bridesmaids will be Miss cordially Invited to attend .
DEBOSE-CUTCH1YS Charlotte Joyce Williams, cou-( cimiynns PROGRAMThe
To tIle Colored COllllllll1lity I pm of the bride-to-be and Miss, Mt Olive Primitive Bap4
I 'I Final plans for the wedding of Gladys Gillespie, Miss! Sandra list Church will have Its Christ.program ,*
I bliss Jeannette DeBose and Josleph at 8 .m|
and Alice Y Howird today
Kendall Miss p
News items for thi* pa re should be directed I to Bei i F. (Child, Colored News Cutchins Jr. of North mar there
the
all of Gainesville. Following
editor, by mail at 526 M V 8th St. or by phone at E'R 6-5753. I>> not nendrw ,Carolina, will take place at 4pm. : Flower girls Include Robin I will be watch night program.meeting
items directly to the Sun i irwwil ifflre. Saturday Dec 26, the
at
The l Is invited to ato
.. Griffin and Faye Buries public
icrtimmPLANS ,,, WOOS (..11.$.. wIN k. lees M I 1 {
Alt Carmel Church
Baptist The ring bearer will be Er- tend.
Mrs. Dons Peed, Rev T. A. wif!!;
PROGRAMThe will give Its Christmas program tf'portt'r.ENTERTAI'o'tIE Wright pastor 'Intel Tyrone Davis I -
F t Christian Travelers .ol f at the church on Dec {perform the double ceremony
Ocala will appear In a musical 24 at 8 p.m. I J C. Rawls, organist, and j The best man of Mr OuleliM -ITO HOLD REGULAR;
:/: 'T PLAMNEIThere )
program at the Church of God The public is Invited to attend ':Miss Mary Lou Wallace will \ bridegroomtobe will be MEETINGThe :
in Christ of 628 N.W. 7th Av. Rev. W H. Walker pastor will be an entertainment .'provide the nuptial music. Robert Thomas of Miami. Female Protection Society -
I nue, on New Year's Eve, following : Mrs. Doris Reed, reporter. at the Church of God li I The bride-to-be Is the daiiRh-; The ushers will Include Stephen I No. I will hold Its regular
the services. Christ on Christmas at 8 p.m!.I ter of Mrs. Estelle DcBose The Stickle, H.irold Lewis Sia- meeting Sunday at 4 p.m. In the
I NM There will be no admission ClICRCII ANNOUNCEMENTS that will consist of Christma s bridegroom-be Is the son of Jones and Charles Chestnut dining room of the Greater FL

6 price, but a free will ,offering carols, dialogue, duets, reclta. Mr and Mrs Joseph Cutchlns IIll. Clark Baptist Church.
will be accepted Hopewell Baptist Sunday lions and a short play. Sr... of North Carolina. Il Following the wedding. the reception The dues and endowments are

School, 930 a.m.; Morning I The, ... niiNIc_Is. Invited to al.1 1 Attending the bridetobe as will be held! in (he social to be paid during the meeting.-
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worship --- -- -- --
I NOTICE services, 6:30 p.m. Rev W J.
Pallbearers' Lodge No 54,' Taylor pastor; Mrs. Agnes
pride of Gainesville will givea (Gordon reporter.
family night party at the hall Spring Hill Baptist Sun
I on Jan. 14 at S p.m. day School, 1:45: a.m.; morn- (
All lodges in the different Ing worship, 11 a m.; B. T. U.,
i cities are Invited to a' ten d. 5:30: p.m.; and evening worship
ourI
Mrs. Ella Drayton, reporter, 8:30: p.m. You are Invitedto
attend all of these services

." ., ,.' LACROSSE NEWS Rev. T. D. Davis, pastor: Mrs
Barbara Bryant, reporter
; 'I.t Program Sri
The Bethel A.M E. Church
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PROGRAM SET
I
I The Mt. Herman Baptist '
I
t T6 t Candles Play Church will have its Christmas i
program at the Church 0 n
w Dec. 24 at 7 p m. I
I I Symbolic and The public is Invited R

Richardson Harrison, p a s

Gay RoleThe Miss Billie -L Ford, n'l

glow of candlelight) l I
casts an enchanting spell. I CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
Throughout the land candles The Christmas program will
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vincent Roberts will burn brightly I In be presented at the New Hope
churches and homes. In Medieval Baptist Church on Dec. 27 at ? Berry[

"'//1 During a candlelight cere- 'tilly lace mantilla with veil, fell Europe, the custom S !Mrs.p.m. Emily Wallace will be i ihr
arose of lighting a giant candle irc
December the !
ony of Miss 18, mar- :from seed a high comb studded with that would burn continuo in charge of the program. I II ;
Mary Lynn Sig- : pearls. Her only jewelrywas The public I 14 invited to attend -
from Christmas Eve
tage and Charles Vincent Rob- a single strand of pearls.I ously I I
took place at the First :She carried an orchid on a until Twelfth Night
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: Church. white Bible. The selection of candles is I
Methodist wide this year. Delicately ,
i ring ceremony :She has been employed as a NOTICE Ik
.
Rev. Thomas scented bayberry can dl es The Hopewell Baptist Church I if >2
has performed by :stenographer at the library of a 5
',p. Mitchell pastor. Mel Laite the University of Florida. II big candles, or series of eI- will have its Christmas
ther tall and short ones all pro-I k lstmasTO
fcas the soloist. The bridegroom Is a graduateof gram on Dec. 24 at I I
I The bride is the daughter ofMr. Ocala High School. He come in a variety of gay The public 1 is Invited to at-

and Mrs. John E. Signor, i attended Ocala Junior College holiday hues. tend. Rev. W J. Taylor, pas

1 ormerly of Hudson Falls, N.Y., i and Is currently serving in the tor: Mrs. Agnes Cordon, reporter -
and the bridegroom Is the son I the U S. Navy aboard the USS I HOLIDAY .
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herhel Boxer -

V. Roberts of Ocala. For going away, the bride I, DEADLINES I LACROSSE NEWS ONE AND ALL .

The church was decorated I chose a suit of Black Watch I Conference To Be -U
with I 'l'r FROM THE MANAGEMENT AND THE
arrangements of white with white Deadlines for news or pictures The Bethel A.M E. C h \u rch : ; /
and I plaid accessories I I 5ZL
gladioli chrysanthemumswith fQr the Thursday, Friday will hold Its first quarterly
: LINDSEY
three-branch candelabra ,and white orchid ,corsage After ENTIRE STAFF AT BELK- .
and Sunday W o m en's conference on Sunday, Dec 27,'
on either side of the altar. I a brief wedding trip, the Pages will be WEDNESDAY, at S p.m. with Rev, W M.'
Escorted by her father, the I couple will make their home In!
December 23 at S p.m. The Robinson In charge. hove had
bride wore a gown of white I Norfolk, Va where the bridegroom Women's Department will be The members are urged to e We are happy to a port

bridal satin. Her Spanish Chan I is now stationed j: closed all day on Christmas submit their written reports in your Christmas and sincerely hope
jI :
I i Day. Rev W. II. Walker pastor;
l trt true joy and happiness Christmas l
1, ,.,

( Pound-Alsobrook ; will fill your home and the heats

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1\ Wedding Plans Set Wink' l I


We wish you oil the best of
I I Wedding plans are being announced
girl.Matthew f
Christ
Df Pass Cannon and I holiday cheer a
today for the marriage, a'o t+ ....iy
,I of Miss Elizabeth Anne Pound William Wall Bennett will be the mas bright with joyLIBBYE'S. w. .
I acolytes. 1
and Alvin Vaughn Alsobrook "'f r aaaraouaro
Mr Alsobrook will have Lt.
I > asantvs
which will be solemnized at I
Tuesday, December 29,: Joseph McCarty Lang Jr as Two
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p.m. best mans....llshers will be William J a ruDlnotl
In Church.the Huly Trinity Episcopal II Eugene Alsobrook Jr .""lAtCLOt.01

I,Jacksonville, nephew of the :: ....
The Rev. Earl C. Page, rector -'bridegroom elect; Gordon
assisted by the Rev. John Howard Blitch, Secane Pa Nut To Florida Theatre

Gary Waller, wilt perform the James Frederick Lang, Frederick -
ceremony Kerry Michael Kellyof Bruce Neal David U I

Albany, Ca, will be the soloist Strawn, Induitlantic Stephen
and Mrs. E. Ruffin Junes Pettus White III and John

will be the organist.The Richardson White Hopkuuvllle,
Ky.. cousins of the bride-elect
bride elect, daughter of; A reception will be given by )

Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Addis on I the bride's parents at tht or pour patroiujt
Pound Jr, will be given in,Gainesville Golf and Country

marriage by her father. Parent Club immediately following the anb frirnbt? QOO& mill pltaje atttpt FAnNnFiIche !
of the future bridegroom are ceremony.

Mr and Mrs. Irving Coleman!I The rehearsal will be at 5:45 our sincere tpnk( an!) best tourjrf
Alsobrook Sr of Jacksonville I p ic Monday in the church. Mr.
Mrs. William Melville Simon and Mrs. Cicero Addison Pound for C r ltm.1.fV
III of New Orleans, cousin of+Sr.. grandparents of the bride-
the bride elect, will be the I elect, will entertain afterwards

matron of honor.Bridesmaids at a dinner for the wedding << I made
will be Min,party relatives and out o f f4' ,
Mary Ashton Barfield Jackson town guests at their home. ,
ville; Miss Constance Bowen.
Miss Pound win honor her
Helen Louise Graham -
Miami; Miss '
Miss Janice Elizabeth Jordan attendants with a luncheon Monday GAINESVILLE SHOPPING CENTER ; \ ... .
12 30 pro at the Gainesville .. .
Fort Meyer Pierce, Alexandria: Miss AliceLouise V aMiss .. Golf and Country Clulj. We Will I. Open Salurdty, Dec. 26 K We know thot Sonta does ( ."'!I. II "'/

Carol Anne Richardson, Mr. and Mn. W. A. Shards USIM H.... 7 A.M, to 7 P.M. sometimes make a mistake on ';1 J' p : -- ..; ,

Westfield. N. J.. cousin of the and Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell will f, !!! At
bride, and Miss Anne Prior Wet- entertain the out of. town) sizes and colors If this did .. 't. ,' ,, '
Cleveland, Ohio. ,
JelL Miss Linda Anne Duncan guests for the wedding and the 1 Happen to you on a gift from our '"t. sa
wedding party at a luncheon '
of Mr and Mrs. Hari, '
ry daughter C Duncan and cousin of the Tuesday at I pm at the Dell Ito,, -- pleas bring it bock for ,

brlde-t led, win be the flower home.poi c i 'fp exchong, ; j.



I Bridal Tea GivenA I WISHINCYOU ,SATURDAY 26 h



nuptial tea com i. piece was an arrangement olh ienMMfrr.Yr.1l aw AND YOURSMERRY You'll be hoppler ono *. will we C }ei
pre l
revered hearts
satin"
mented Mws Julie Chews 'i double I
of W.Horn .1 BabwH i" and while wedding bells. VERY
ace 'urdoy Store Hours : 10 a.m.-9 p.m. -
when Mn'
Saturday afternoon Mrs Cecil Lovt. Mrs. Our-
Donald Brooke and her dattf" )lit AutM. Mn. Jean Arhano., CHRISTMAS
ter Miss Kathrya Brooke anI Mn franca Myers. Mrs. Earl r. HANGES MUST BE MADE BEFORE JANUARY lit.

I Miss Judy SpurioH entertanrI May and Mrs Howard Melees| tiny this Holiday
I it the Brooke borne presided at the silver service
I Receiving guests with tit All.*.< to the hotpiuliisl 1 1I twere Mason bring you all
:Mrs. James 0. KoJteffiaa,
Ignore* were her mother.boesini I Mn A H Sfurlock and Mrs. the blessings which" for
I' and ""
X Cheves, '
Grtflfe
r A.
li.I over nineteen hundred
A gW W after and a nr '
Mrs. T H. McRorw it.'''sage al camrHU were trtsmt ',eart.. it has brought .
I retted gursU.I .,. and "
elect
die a
'cd to to many people 3s
do'IC: roruff 01 camcBUa was r*" I
Christmas
I tte Ergot appc.wnenurated acrot /II! M bet SMdicr by lilt ham many lat>tds. THE STORT WITH MORE f ,

tenses. .I., I G JPf3Y1111)t0PPwG W411* r %+ I
I fiM I
The tea !talkie bud with a C '
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andmadt cot wart ton erfft Aa tmnttnrtH *f wluu *rrJt S. 'tOZIURTH MW JT ttT f/ \

as eentend with punk cam tot hires d the valley. ,;
*i and saver candles! lick ,J:1kt4": .M. candies! didenil 1EfE
,,, j jRobertsSignor
w. :adue J4 whale taper tax guest book toceatct

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liThe Goals of Johnson Ij IjI




I By RICHARD WILSON teacher a licking, but once they

Chief, CoatesWashington got the teacher under the bridgehe

Bureau I Special Report saw his accomplices backsides ..

WASHINGTON/ D. C. Pres disappearing down t he
"
ident Johnson Is moving Into creek bed. Such homily references

fl1 his first full term u chief executive force and goes his own way on rice crop in the area, plus the are taken to Indicate that

with the slogan: Keepup Viet Nam. Here again the President fact that the Communist supply Mr. Johnson will wait to assert

with the times and keep our Is relying on the passage lines are long, they are paying' his leadership on some Issues

o/ljSll1/J: feet on the ground. of time, for, although De Gaulle heavily for their progress, and until he knows he has follow

I So far as he is concerned this advocates neutralism in Southeast their resources are depleted. Also ers. I

i simple] goal can take the placeof Asia, he cannot sup p ]ly the president has noted that Keeping up with the times ap CIIIIISTMASREETINCS

Ie ,., grander slogans like "T h e the details on how it is to be the Viet Cong casualties are parently means to the President

.'1.,eer'.", .., ,Great Society." This reflects brought about. The presl dent higher than the Viet Nam. that modern problems of civil

p'."" hIs desire for measured progress thinks time, patience and understanding Mere again the President rights, employment, automation G

by negotiation and com: are required In seems to be playing for time urban congestion, human'

I promise without sensational or dealings with De Gaulle, and and Is relying on the superior and social problems and changing -

dramatic advances into new that It is desirable to let him I staying power of the United world conditions shall be

concepts or Ideas of govern know that no one Is jealous of States met In a progressive spirit:
It is the goodwill erected by this
ment. him or angry with him. Keeping our feet on the
I He wants the largest possible joyous Christmastime that Inspires
'Mr. Johnson wants flexibilityin ground[ apparently means to -

"Our Best Reference Is Your Doctor" audience to know of his altitudes such matters, like the preacher I Aid to Education him that caution and restraint us to send you a word of

and that Is why he will when the church caught shall be exercised in fiscal maters
I deliver the President's tradl- on Much of Mr. Johnson's atten- Cheer. May the spirit of the Yule-
fire scrambling to get out but so that progress does not
florist state of the union message tion lion the expansion of fed tide season spread throughout the
CANOVA'& I caught In the crush. "Damn a bring bankruptcy. This brings to
televised session : eral aid to education
CENTER to a joint church with one door," said the through mind former President Eisenower's coming year and make this com
of Congress Jan. 20 at the prime every level. He Is thinking in
preacher.In b statement that !in human -
;listening hour of 9 p.m. EST instead terms of full educational opportunity munity a better place in which to

815 S.W. 4th Avenue Phone FR 2.4202I0 of the usual hour of noon. all these International affairs with the emphasis on affairs he was progres- live.
I the President thinks sive and In fiscal affairs he was
the word
I The President Is anxious to opportunity. He thinksof

dispel any idea at home or ]much more has been said and the program as starting like .conservative.Mr. The Season's Best Wishes to
'written than Johnson's main attentionnow
!Is .
justified by act- a car cold
abroad that he Is power mad on a morning, slowat
I ual in and until after the first of S each of you.
events recent weeks. This first and then
or that he Interprets his big getting up mo :
victory in the November election I applies to the discussions with mentum. the year is on the federal budget -I

I the British as well as to the but White House sources
as a mandate for headlong The President is studying : I
reforms. He does not wish to I measures to be taken In Viet range of programs recommend-a are no longer expressing expec- I J. PIERCE SMITH
,Nam. I tatlon that the budget will be
alarm the American ed I
public by or analyzed by a dozen

action comparable to that of the task. forces, but It !Is doubtful (See GOALS on Page 11, _I

new Labor government In Eng. Feeling WayA If much of this survey of

land which announced Increases feasible progress !In the U. S.

in social welfare programs strong element of caution Up to the year 2000 will find I-I'-a1r

which would be comparable In marks the President's policy in i its way Into legislation In the ,

AT CHRISTMAS this country to a $15 or $20 bil! Viet Nam. He finds that we next year or so. But the President I aK '' .

lion annual Increase. ]have lost 200 men !in our support wishes to have general L eY yo.a

Mr. Johnson is carrying into I operations there, but thatIt long range goals In mind. k t

foreign affairs the tame philosophy. i would not be hard to lose 200,. One of these projects has diedof &ll.M1xA16r f

He has no magic formula I 000 more if expansion of the over-exposure. Mr Johnsonhas wGii

for winning the war In Viet war brought Red China directly lost interest in the idea

Nam. He Is not trying ta force into the fight The President promoted by his former eco

down the throats of the British attaches great Importance to nomic adviser, Walter Hell er, ., j Christmas

the American concept of a multilateral this possibility and is not among of kicking back to the states l r en

nuclear force, nor those who take it for granted
$1 or $% billion annually In federal Letterto
does he have Idea of dressIng
any that the Red Chinese would not tax without

down, or getting Into conflict 'counter attack. But it is siff attached.money When the ideas strings was

with, President De Gaulleof niflcant that he neither rules
exposed too much
publicly
France. out the possibility of being forded opposition
developed from too
out of Viet Nam, or tile
many different quarters. This

Slow ApproachIn war possibility of expanding the i idea also had the backing of our ,

Senator Goldwater.
all these foreign affairs The key to his attitude is that

problems, the President is favoring 1 neither he, Taylor, nor the Joint Mr. Morlt Ellioboth Llnzmoyor fr i ends Georga J. Ummoyar, Jr.

I the slow approach with- 'Chiefs of Staff can clearly see Needs Following

'out promising new or dramatic the solution In Viet Nam, even 'Daar friends
results. Mr. Johnson dwells I though they concede that the Mr. Johnson recognizes that II I a o .

WE DESIRE to extend to and the most fondly on his concepts of I situation there may be going some people will want more action Christmas is here I
you yours compliments -
I from bad to on their ideas but he Intends
worse.
the physical beauty
Improving
of the Holiday Season and to express our As we look back on the
of America the They wish to emphasize that to step out of the batters
best by hiding car.
wishes for a New Year full of health I
happinessand days that have passed since
prosperity. dumps, providing new recreational I this Is not a condition which box and let the spit balls go by

facilities, and perhaps came Into being In the Johnson to wait for one he can hit. He Christmas last year ..

May the next twelve months bring to each of you swapping some of the thousands 'administration, or In the Kennedy also remembers that as a boy I I realize: it's been a wonderful

all.' the good things you deserve of square miles which are being I administration, and that he led the gang In giving theNOTICU year, filled with good

vacated of military Installations I their general alms are the same UNoin"FicmTouTN I memories and good friends.

R. D. LOWRY for natural beauty areas I as those stated by President Elsenhower Notlca I li H.,.... Olvon LAW that tha un.darilgnad For that, *. thank you.

which might be developed for I 10 years ago. The situation doilrlnaj to _00. In bullnottundor
THURSTON McLEOD tha ftctltloul n..... af Oalnoivlllr
public use. He has Jn mind a now may be worse thana :Awning Company: not Inc I ot ......tor110.I 1 W. hope this Chrlstaas is
.... ....., ...,
BRENCE ROBERTS swap of the Brooklyn! ? Navy I year ago lcMt of the weakness i'. 0 ..and. "'). In tha moiling city af Odd'Oolnoi. your happiest we hope

Yard for 10 miles of beach of the present Viet Nam ''111.. Florida' Intondi, to roglitor tho Mid' the Christmases to folio
nomo with tha Clark al tha Circuit
BENNIE BRASINGTON property, and similar trades In I government. CNrN Alachua County Florida" 111 be rich for in health
you
M D. ITIADHAM
Still, he feels that there
other are ,
areas. ,
(3 H IIII'" Ill I"i 14LI9AL and
JAY BRASINGTON The President's main aim Is some favorable elements which NOTICI happintS5.

tI have not been Tfto Unlvorilly of Florida will roc.lv.'
to the of sufficiently em.Ihaslzed.
spread the
JOHN BRASINGTON I prevent "dO for tho ganarol clou, at cammoolllao .I/ Xo yaw WI say .
possession of nuclear weapons These Include a good at Indicated otlow. Intorotiodblddart
m.y attain form* ipacllkatloniond K ..rry, merry ChrlstllSS.p .
LARRY BRASINGTON and he Is willing to consider IN; TNi COURT 0" THI COUNTYJVDOe. arhar. Information ay contorting It*
I AlACMUA COUNTY. FLORIDA urchoilnt: Dlvlilon, Doom 10*. flart, I
various ways of doing it. ,IN PROIATI ..11. Vnivtnlty of Florida OalnowinFlorida '.'

Mr. Johnson also sees no point I N Oil Tnt Ilttloof ...... ,
.
W. A. MUROIILL.' O.u.a..d t4-Ma In clashing with De Gaulle, whowon't LeGAL NOTICINolle TwMay If.Moo
o( Intantlan I* mok .....IIc. -Ha llal lupalln/ Moi ... ovary I
Join the joint clear on for final .llCh.... and Ills filing Monday IMotiua
MOTOR -' NoricaTuNDiiFICTITIOUI :, thtlr final report It ......, flvon byAIIOAMT I NucloonU Inifrumtntt 10 M January
% CUINC.j j LAW C. JOHNSON at AOmlnli.OUU t. IHIM4
Hollo la H.,."., oivon NAMa Hot tha v11d.n15n.0. o( IKo ....* af W. A.. MUD Accounting Machlnoa II,N January ,
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dllIlntI ta onaAga in NuAn... R'LI OOCMMO. wM M.IIN har pa- IftS
mien fenInN dlicharga ana will aaalytha sea" DNIe PurnlNOe 10:70, January 15.
undar of Intorarlwi
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at lumbar I e. Hi* T'IC' r
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Compoilnf Machlna
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of Mid" ullllon /* final ro- T N. WILLS
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Yuletide R Weddings SolemnizedIveyAnderson I UlOllfJ f n RnD iI 1 1V 1Y I




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r.Mrs. THE f ffflhLY L TODAY December tl Warner, and Mr. and Mri

Family dinner to honor i Ben L. Reid of Jacksonville
i, Miss Betty Pound and her I the Cheves home, 1 SW
Ruth Weimer, Women's Editor-== fiance, Alvin Alsobrook, 1:30: .I't Street
p.m. Col. and Mrs. Everett Dessert Party following re
i I Yon, 2049 NW Seven I h : for Nelson Wiggins

Holiday EventsOpen I Lane wedding, Mr and Mrs. M.
FRIDAY December MBuflet J. Wiggins of Orlando, par
supper following rehearsal ents of the bridegroom, homeof
JSAHRDIY, December 2t House. S to 7 pm, for Miss Julie the bride parents. Mr.
Junior Theater, Gainesville I Miss Kit Macdonald, 2244 NW I I Cheves, and William N. Babcock I I I and Mrs. 0 :\1. Nelson. 217
Little Theater 230: p.m., 1 Fourth Place. Mr and Mrs. Dave A NE Sixth Street.
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St. Patrick's Church was thi P cloths. I In the First a rose brocade sheath with
cene of the marriage of Mis:S Mrs Sanford Coin, assist I list Church, the wedding matching pillbox and white
!ranees Gail Anderson, daugher by Miss Linda Hart, cut thi t Miss Elizabeth Ann Bap'1 carnation corsage
of Mr. and Mrs Frank I N, wedding cake. :
Anderson, and William Samue I Coffee was poured by Mrs. daughter of Dr and Mrs. liar Reception Al Club

vey, son of Mrs. France :i Elsie M. Anderson, and Mrs. ry Hall Sisler, and Tho m a t tt s Dr. and Mrs. Sisler en t e.- T Merry
vey of Mount Dora and San. :May Forth of Jackson vIlli I t Duncan Rider, son of Mr. and'tamed with a reception following .
lei hey of Battle Creek I Ifich. Beach, grandmothers ofht t,Mrs Harry R. Rider of Car the ceremony at the Gainesville

.. Wednesday morning. bride. win, Iowa, took place Wednesday Woman's Club.
fhe double ring ceremon;'+ Serving at the punch table!I
was read by Father Jerome A'I were Mrs. Alan M Andersorand evening Dr, Fred T1! Christmas greens and palms
Carolsella Mrs. Robert T. Anderson, Laughon Jr., pastor, officiated]decorated the reception room e >f
banked the Christmas both of Orlando, aunts of thiI for the ceremony while a color note of white and
Creenery I\bride. They were assisted t bJ;, yellow was emphasized on the
Nativity Scene, placed a The musical program was bride table and the punch table 61hlrstmasTO
|t the foot of the altar Miss Bonnie Gielow of Sanford, given by Fred Scholfield, soloist .
The bride escorted by he,' and Miss Sonny Hamilton l and Mrs Selden F Waldo,
father, wore a gown of whit,e Mount Dora. sorority sisters of r organist. Serving punch were Mrs. Ernest
silk organza and Chant III ;rof: the bride. H. Cox, Mrs Fred G
lace with full skirt and char Also assisting in the cour. Christmas greens, candles Scholfield Mrs. Selden F Wal
tl train Pearl.and crystal tendrils tesies were Mrs: David Hall' and pine boughs were the decorations do and Mrs. G. W, Rider of
held her veil of silk illusion .1 Orlando; Mrs. James Gentili e; used at the altar, Galveston, sister.in.law of the ONE AND ALL .
She carried a rascal -, of Sarasota! ; and Mrs G Man. which was banked by palms bride FROM THE MANAGEMENT AND THE

of while roses. Her only jewelry '.|uel| Turner all aunts of thi I S Given in marriage by h. r Mrs John Baxter, Mrs Paul
a pearl necklace and match bride. 411 j j,I father, the bride wore a gown arrant, Mrs. Walter Wynn, ENTIRE STAFF AT BELKLINDSEYWt .
earlngs, was a gift fron t Miss Nannette Dickinson o' of 1
ing imported antique satin withI Mrs Barney Colm cut and +
the bride groom. Jacksonville Beach and Misi ,I Alencon lace Inserts re-embroi, served the wedding cake 1r
Mrs Donald Beatty am I i(Lynn Newaume kept the bride:8 dered with seed pearls and cry., ore happy to have had a part
Mrs Curtis Ralph Newsom *'book, alai beads. The full skirt e x- Mrs. William H. Pierson ,
sisters of the bride, served a'I it For traveling, the bride chosi!e' tended to a circular c hap el Mrs Fred T. Uughon Jr. in your Christmas and sincerely hope
her attendants. They won I e a black and white herringbom" train. Her veil of Illusion was Mrs George Butler Mrs L. R.
waltz length gowns of emer' wool suit, with a white mini I k attached to a cluster of AI en- [Arrlngton, Mrs Benjamin Lea- the true |boy and happiness of Christmas
aid green taffeta, and matchin;? cloche hat and matching a c con lace petals edged In Ie. d lilt, Mrs. Per Olav L o wd In,
pillbox hats with tiny mater't cessories pearls. She carried a cascade Mrs Evelyn Lee, Mrs Marian, A will fill your home and the hearts
veils. They carried sprays c f The newlyweds will be 'a bouquet of while ros fs, Hutchlnwin, Mrs. Maurice TIs- \. '
red roses and silver leaves. home In Highland Mich I ., stephanotis, and varif gal fd [dale, Miss Frances Msgreshl,' s of. everyone there, | JflUHotr." ,';,. .
Serving as best man w a ,t where Mr. Ivey Is associate holly, Miss Bonn)'. Colnon, Mis Barbara '-a. \ eF
Carl hey of Mount Dora, brother < with Oeneral Motors Corpons 'Ruder. Miss Paula Tar- ''fr I ii
of the bridegroom, usher, lion. Mrs hey plans to ri.. Serving as maid of honor was rant, Miss Linda Tarrant, Miss
were Frank Anderon, brothel:r sum her studies at the University Miss Susan Carolyn Sisler, Jane Arrlngton, Miss N e J
some and Donald Beatty, Out of town guests for th e Verlander half Richmond Va 'rant assisted In the hospitalities
For her daughter wedding;, wedding festivities were M r I i I. sister of the bride, Miss Mary I .
Mrs. Anderson chose a cherryred May Forth, grandmother o f :Margaet Cox, Miss Alice V>rt -, i :" ', ws
wool jersey sheath will i the bride, and the bride's aunl t t. lander Hal], Richmond, Vaif .,: Keeping the brides book y.L aJuraosero
winter white accessories Mrs i'. :Mrs Harry Dickinson both c c Miss Ada El.ajeth Allen of I.were Miss Oars Cox. Miss 1 > aswre
Ivey, mother of the bride Jacksonville Beach: Mr. a n I I1 d Norfolk, \a and Miss Marie Sherr r Scholfield, Miss Ann j. Tue..4'.s.4 : .
''Pierson and Miss Dale Midget- : .' .. .o.
Dickinson both {c>Ir Morris of Newport News, Va .
groom, wort a blue l lace gow!\1.Mrs: Hurry ;:' orsa
with matching accessories. 'Jacksonville Beach; Mr. an ,d were bridesmaids lie.'r ; ... ." .
Both had orchid es. :Mrs Frank Forth of CordeliGa '! 0 ', cieiiN*
cjrra;: !:'c Dark Greta Connie W.rn Live I* MlnitrtuUI .. ;. ,. .
Mr and Mrs. Anderson en, .; Mr and Mrs. Robert 1 :: .' "-- -: .' 'I-
[ tertained with a reception following Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ala n All wore floor length gowns I I When the newlyweds left on .. .Ir. A \\.t* :.. ..::.:.... -
the ceremony at th ,. :M Anderson, Mr and Mri i I I I. of dark green with matching' heir wedding trip, the bride '( 'I ,t''''' :
/ Delta Pi sorority house. David Hall, all of Orlando i,, headpieces and carried can- wore I cherry red wool s u It ;\
Palms and greenery wen t and :Mr and Mrs James Get.. cade bouquets of white puln-,,and black accessories I
'it I' house, wit!, tile of Sarasota, all aunts an,d settlas and variegated ho I II Iyi ,
white and holly thrysantheI uncles of the bride, Miss Nan i- The maid of honor gi>H n wascof The bridal couple will stop
ou't nette Dickinson of Jacksonvlll velvet while the brldrmaids' In SI Augustine. Washington,
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the Christmas theme. ,Beach, Miss Mary Ann Hills II if, dresses were of willow greens D. C., and Cleveland m route
Bonnie Ci! faille, to Minneapolis, Minn where
Miss
Jacksonville:
Mrr Luther McDowall introduced I will be at home at UK i
Miss Llnd I they
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low of Sanford
receiving
guests If) the ,Hart of Mount Dora, Mis Best man for the bridegroom Fifth Street South Both the EXt1lAII61Scheel'fully
lineA Kith was his brother, Alan Kent Hider .I I bride and bridegroom art taking
Miss
Jean Anderson, ;:y
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white faille cloth, overlaid
and Rick I of Iowa City. Iowa Ushers -' graduate work at the University
)Anderson, Steve ;:f
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with Illusion net cover ,
Included G William Rider of Minnesota
Mil 1 ;
Hall, all of Orlando,
the cake table, and punch tables "I of Galveston, Texas, brother of I
and Jim
laic i Suzanne Gentile Mac h for the
and coffee table were the bridegroom: David Franklin Out of town guests
with white Italian cut woe I l-nv Gentile all of Sarasota. Slider and Raymond K e It h wedding uncludrd Mrs Pearl I
Sutler brothers of the bride; !Shaver of Orlando, grandmother I
Frederick G. Scholfield Jr ,I of the bride Mr and Mrs i made !
A Cltm rtM Larry P Barnett, and La ante Rider Gamin, Iowa, and Galveston cheerfully
bride-
of the
H. Thompson Jr. all of Gainesville parents
i II' room: Mr, and Mrs. G W II- .
liam Rider Galv,.....: Thomas ,.... ...... -..
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The bride s mother wore a Bowman, Minneapolis; M r. f'4
f gold crepe sheath with lace and Mrs Raymond Jorgeson W. know that Santa does t t'I'" ,
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the best of I bodice, matching pillbox and ot Lake Worth and Mr. and ', y. r
all
wish you ,cytnUdlum orchid corsage and Mrs. Friedrlch Hoernr of sometimes moke a mistake on \ ,, ,
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holiday cheer a Christ bridegroom's_ mother wore. !i Cleveland, ($,
,0. sizes and colors I If this did
mos bright with joy r I y
happen to you on'a gift from our "

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To Florido Theatre f WISHING e SATURDAY-DEC. 26th '

,i iMS.. ntwNrr.r. YOUf'

AND YOURS You'll H hoppitr and 10 will we *
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A VERY ,3 Saturday Store Hours : 10 a.m.-9 p.m. v '

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MERRY CHRISTMAS
or pour pitroiuge ALL EXCHANGES MUST BE MADE BEFORE JANUARY lit.

this Holiday '
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anb fwnblp good. toil! plus acttpt ST. .
season bring you all

our sinctrt thanks and ttst toisrjr the blessings which for

for Christmas .:jf ever nineteen hundred 1

years, it has brought

to many peoples 1

of many lands. ''rte STORE WITH Mode
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liThe; Goals of JohnsonBy I I ,



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RICHARD WILSON teacher a licking but once they

Chief, Cowlet got the teacher under the bridge

Washington Bureau I Special he saw his accomplices back ..

.: _' .. -..., -.. *'', -dk: sides disappearing down t he I
WASHINGTON D. C. Pre
creek bed. Such refer-
homily
ident Johnson Is moving Into
I ences are taken to indicate that
force and goes his own way on rice crop In the area, plus the Mr. Johnson will wait to assert
lUeqp I Viet Nam. Here again the President fact that the Communist supply his

i up with the times and keep our Is relying on the passageof lines are long, they are paying leadership on some Issues
until he knows he has follow-
feet on the ground.So time for, although De Gaulle heavily for their progress, and
o/.IlIS1
? I far is he Is concerned this advocates neutralism in South their resources are depleted. Al- ers.Keeping

; simple goal can take the place east Asia. he cannot I u p ply I so the president has noted that up with the times apparently C1III1ST.1MS

M.,.,. rf grander slogans like "T b e the details on how it Is to be the Viet Cong casualties are means to the President

Ie .,."It.... ... Great Society." This reflect t II brought about. The Presi den I t higher than the Viet Nam. that modem problems of civil :

""""I... .... his desire for measured progress .. thinks time patience and understanding lIe) e again the President rights, employment, automation G REETINGSIf

negotiation and compromise are required In seems to be playing for time urban congestion human

without sensational Gr dealings with De Gaulle, and and is relying on the superior and social problems and chang- .Nr

I dramatic advances into new that it is desirable to let him staying power of the United leg world conditions shall be

concepts or Ideas of govern know that no one is Jealous of :States. I met In a progressive spirit. It Is the goodwill created by this

ment. him or angry with him. Keeping our feet on th e

I He wants the largest possible! Mr. Johnson wants flexibilityin I ground apparently means to joyous Christmastime that Inspires .

"Our Best Reference Is Your Doctor" audience to know of his attitudes such matters, like the preacher Aid to Education him that caution and restraint us to send you a word of

and that Is why he will when the church shall be exercised in fiscal matters
tradl- caught on Much of Mr. Johnson's atten- Cheer. May the spirit of the Yule-
deliver the President's
fire but so that does not
scrambling to get out progress
IUonal union tion is on the expansion of federal tide season spread throughout the
state of the mesI i
I caught in the crush. "Damn a bring bankruptcy. This brings to
CANOVA CENTER sage to a televised Joint session church with one door," laid the aid to education through mind former President Eisenwwer's -, coming year and make this com
every level. He is thinking in
of I Congress Jan. 20 at the prime
statement that In human
preacher.In terms of full educational munity a better place In which to
I' Instead
listening hour of 9 p.m. EST opportunity
affairs he
all these International affairs was progres:
liS S.W 4th Avenue Phone FR 1.4101 of the usual hour of noon. with the emphasis on live.
the President thinks sive and in fiscal affairs he was
the
I The President Is anxious todispel word opportunity. He thinks I
any Idea at home or ,'much more has been said and of the program as starting likea conservative I The Season's Best Wishes to
written than is Justified by actual car on a cold morning slow Mr. Johnson's main attentionnow
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abroad that he Is mador
that he Interprets power his bIg events In recent weeks. This at first and then getting up mo'I and until after the first of S each of you.
the is on the federal budget
applies to the discussions with mentum. year
victory In the November elec- '
the British well to the but White House 1 o urces
as as
tion as a mandate for headlong The President is studying a
measures to be taken In Viet of are no longer expressing expectation -, J. PIERCE SMITHChritmas
reforms. He does not wish to range programs recommended
that the budget will be
Nam.
alarm the American public by or analyzed by a dozen I

I action comparable to that of the task forces, but it is doubtful (See GOALS on Page 11)) |

new Labor government In England Feeling WayA if much of this survey of

[ which announced Increases feasible progress in the U. SUp .\ ? 45511

in social welfare program a strong element of caution to the year 2000 will find

\ which would be comparable In marks the President's policy in its way into legislation in the l

this country to a $1$ or $20 billion Viet Nam. He finds that we I next year or so. But the President I

annual Increase.Mr. have lost 200 men in our support wishes to have general

Johnson is carrying Into operations there but thatIt long range goals In mind. I

foreign affairs the same philo. would not be hard to lose 200,. One of these projects has died

sophy. He has no magic formula 000 more if expansion of the of over-exposure. Mr. Johnsonhas I a ,

for winning the war in Viet war brought Red China directly lost interest in the idea

ikkJr Nam. He is not trying to force into the fight. The President promoted by his former eco 4 k r

down the throats of the Brills attaches great Importance to nomic adviser, Walter Hell er, .

the American concept of a this possibility and Is not '
mU1-1 among of kicking back to the states ; ,,
tilateral nuclear force, those who take it for granted'1 $1 or $2 billion annually in fed- ::1 Letter
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does he have any Idea of dressIng that the Red Chinese would not eral tax money without strings

) down or getting Into con- counter attack. But it is significant attached. When the ideas was

flirt with, President De Gaulleof that he neither rules exposed publicly too much opposition to

France., out the possibility of being forced developed from too

out of Viet Nam or tne many different quarters. This

1 Slow Approach possibility of expanding the Idea also had the backing of our

war.The Senator Goldwater.
In all these foreign affair key to his attitude Is that 1

9 problems the President Is favorlng neither he, Taylor nor the Joint M" Mors Elisabeth LlnzmOYlr fri ends George. Llnzmayir, Jr.

the slow approach without Chiefs of Staff can clearly see Needs Following

I promising new or dramatic the solution In Viet Nam, even I I Dear Friends .
though concede that the Mr. Johnson recognizes that'
they
results. Mr. Johnson dwells I Christmas is hre
some people will want more action
situation there be going I
most his of may
fondly on concepts
WE DESIRE to extend to you and yours the compliments from bad to worse on their ideas but he intends
Improving the physical beautyof As look back the
of the Holiday Season and to express our They wish to emphasize that to step out of the batters we on
best wishes for New Year full of health America by hiding the car days that have passed sine
a happinessand dumps providing new recreational this is not a condition which box and let the spit: balls go by

prosperity. facilities and perh a p s came into being in the Johnson to wait for one he can hit. He I Christmas last year, v.

May the next twelve months bring. to each of you swapping some of the thousands administration or in the Ken- also remembers that as a boy I realise It's been a wonderfulyear

all the good things you deserve of square miles which are being nedy administration and that he led the gang In giving the I filled with good

vacated of military Installa their general alms are the sameas NOTICI UNDIR FICTITIOUSNAMPJ ,1 memories and good friends.

R. D. LOWRY tlons for natural beauty areas those stated by President El Non M Horiby 01.LAW.".. IAN the u... For t.hat. we thank you.
senhower 10 The sit rllgnd, dnlrln, to *nog* In "' .1....
which might be developed for years ago.. ,
undtr IK Nctllloul nomo THURSTON McLEOD public use He has In mind I uation now may be worse thana Awnln Company (not IMI *t numbor f We hope this Christmas is .
'Jt03 I I. 22nd Torroco. (mallln..darn.: t
BRENCE ROBERTS I swap of the Brooklyn Nav Y year ago because of the weak- ,. O. 5.. 4741) In Hi* city ol Golnotvlll v your happiest re hope
of the Viet Nam .. FtorlM. Intwjtfi .. rottr! Hi* Mid
ness present
Yard for 10 miles of beach nom with m* Clrk ol th. Circuit the Christmas to follow

BENNIE BRASINGTON property, and similar trades In government.Still Court H ol. D.Alochu' ITIADHAM(3MO County, Florid. will be rich for you in health

other areas. he feels that there are ( ) H"U ill 1:7, 14 and heppln s&.
JAY BRASINGTON The President's main aim Is some favorable elements which UI" IIDTICITh.
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II.I.IY 01 Plorlda will rod S
to prevent the spread of the have not been sufficiently em- bldi' lor ItS gMrl clou' *f com lo you' we set .

JOHN BRASINGTON possession of nuclear weapons phaslzed These include a good madltlM/ mty M Irwlcolod eoioln, .....bolow.... .....IntorMtodtlddon ,"..'1.... A Bwrry x/rry Christmas.
and he Is willing to consider IN THI COURT Of THI COUNTY and *lhr 'lntormtlon .... I Ir
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LARRY BRASINGTON JUDO. AtACHUA COUNTY. FLORIDA Purcnollr Olvlllon, doom
various ways of doing it. IN P OIATI M.ll Unlvirllty *f 'tori' ..II"fl.1,
IN Rll TM' fit..514 Florid, .
i Mr. Johnson also sees no point W. A. MUORILL, 0r. udLltlU M--1500, Md ".pl" "... /qM osry
In with De Gaulle whwon't NOTICINolle Tundav It 00H.No.plt.l
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N tholr fl.., rtport U S.r54 elves l kyMAKOAKIT NudMnK' I."m" It:N J...-
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PICTITIOUt SACS" LAW IfltrU at Ho lltM* It W. A. "''U,. M-4 Accountlnt MKhltm 11.M January II
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HONG KONG (AP) Four pending Christmas In their New Britain. Conn., and Rlcb- Roman Catholic bishop of CUm-
Americans will spend Christina lomes again. !ard Fecteau 37 of Lynn berland, Md. He was sentencedsix
," jId4tL Day In their Chinese prison cellas For all attempt by the U.S., Mass., former Army civil la nemployes years ago to 20 years In jail.I
they spend any other day. Or government and relatives to I It will be the 13: t h
The bishop, 73, has Illusions
Christmas night they will get obtain their release have so fat Christmas behind bars. no '
about his fate. When
their only reminder of the Yulr !been rejected by the Chinese. Downey serving a life term his
tidesmall Christmas pud- For Hugh F. Redmond Jr., 45,, and Fecteau a 20-year sentence. brother visited him In Jail In
dings. of Yonkers,N.Y.a former bus. With only seven years left Fec 1961, Bishop Walsh's parting
nessman In China who Is serv. teau Is the only one likely to see words were: "We will meet In,
Their families allowedby "
the Communist were Chinese to mg a life term, this will be the the United States again unless[heaven. I WE hail Christmas day most
include the puddings In regular 14th Christmas In a Chinese Peking has a change of heart. Recent reports have said that: heartily! The year just past
monthly packages from home Communist prison. The other American Is the the bishop, who Is ailing Is In has brought iw cheer-and we hope
The packages shipped throughthe For John T. Downey, 34, or Most Itev. James E. Walsh a the prison hospital cell set up that it has been as good to you.
Red Cross also include cigarettes for him In Shanghai. I FROM THE
vitamin pills and let (Continued From Page 12)Goals ) The others no doubt will follow I MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEES.

ters.These Americans have been of LBJ Christmas the usual- clean prison the routine cells on InI I HOWARD JOHNSON'SMOTOR

I {ailed on vague charges of es the morning, take yard exercise I LODGEU.
later, and spend the rest of the
plonage. Three of the four have I
S. 441 Phone FR 6-1211
been given little hope of eve r kept below $100 billion. ?(0 to IS minutes; he will later time reading and thinking.
i I In general Mr. Johnson's atItitudcs .I speak on the state of the un- I
contrast with those of ion for 30 minutes. He plans;
he Kennedy admlnistrat I o i D now no trips abroad to seize anew
when It was granted power In I Initiative In foreign at
1960. Then the President and his fairs. Cabinet changes are to be Gas Genie
When tie Christmas bins are tolling||; the My. hung, the 8WISHING associates grasped for new del I expected. He Is not replacingFBI
mitioni and directions. What director J. Edgar Hoover.
presents wrapped, the punch bowl flied|| 'til; the( time was old and tried they adopted I He regards Defense Secretary
for themselves under freil h I Robert S. McNamara as the
to pause and remember the wonderful the Joyful year terminology to make It sound best man In government, would Says: I

that's ,.at. Time t o hope and pry for a New Y ir Piled new.drive To for this a resumption they added of a social new like House to bring as executive him to the president White II

with, pleasure, prosperity and, mOlt of .1, peacelr and economic reform under and watchdog If he thought this I
T '" the concept of a "strong presl( would be acceptable In Con-.
dency," and took a new Inltlatve gress, the country and the executive
YE THE for settlements with the president and watchdog -
MERRIEST OF Soviet UnionLimit If he thought this would be
HOLIDAYSFROM acceptable In Congress the
country and the executive departments -
ALL YOUR to Power but he does not know
105 N.W. 13th St. FRIENDS AT TWIG that It would be.
Mr. Johnson now emphasziei Having In mind the closing of
the limits of the powers of the military bases and plans to liquidate .
presidency; no one man c a D'' the military reserve,
lead all of America; the Amer. Mrs. Johnson observed to her
I,lean president cannot diet at.I e husband: "Why does that poor,
I to the rest of the world; he li dear man always have to grasp .. 1i
not power mad; there are no a porcupine!" Johnson admires
quick and easy solution for our him for Just this reason.
international problems.
The President plans to hold
his Inaugural address on Jan.


Mirrors
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Save Deer


BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (At'An )- IfA
experiment at the Winamac
State Fish and Game Preserve
J is easing deer and eliminatinga
traffic hazard the Midwest
Wildlife Conference was told
here.

Kenneth Nettles of the Indiana i
@ J Department of Conserva hose of good withes
1PllJM@ lion IBid a string of small mirrors TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
erected along r o a d i to our many friends
through the preserve greatly AND CUSTOMERS
w1's"D, reduced the number of deer and customers (
the Season when killed by cars at night. I

1\\1>>S is each of >os can express our The mirrors, developed In BEVILLES NURSERY ASo
Holland are fashioned of pole OlidGARDEN [Gainesville
feelings of good will and ished steel and arranged in G
to exchange friendlyone pairs 10 feet from the highway: CENTER
and M feet apart. Nettles explained
with the mirrors reflect the 5402 N.W, 8th A... ,
another
Here is headlights of approaching cars
greeting,
our to the side of the road frightening .

with it is a sincere thanks away deer which may be
asJ for your fine patronage about to start across.

Before the mirrors were Installed
friendships in the year a year ago, Nettles!
and just coming to a close. said It deer were killed by
ran along the tested stretchof
road. Only three have been
killed since. 4
WE WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY DEC. 26th The experiment I. believed
the tint of its kind In the U.S.I

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d(0'W9J&o1inqA I 2fr ui flurk (Fttnra lowing preliminary recommen. as holidays, instead of the prevailing -Avoidance of wasteful duplication chased equipment that Is rarely Joint purchasing by hospitals
dations Monday throughFriday used. through national or reg.
KAPLAN : of services through a
I NEW By YORK MORRIS- A committeeset Greater uniformity and better routine. Many physiciansand more careful distribution of Setting up of drug formularies tonal nonprofit groups. The com.
Cov Rockefeller last cost accounting procedures, surgeons believe such a program services and equipment For by hospital staffs, eventually mlttee estimated that "substan
by
up in the reporting of would also improve asks to tial" savings could resultThe
May to study New York's splralmg especially pa- example, the committee permitting pharmacists
hospital costs has made cost data, so that hospital bills tient care. for a census to determine the dispense generic drugs rat b e r committee has met with
f I eight preliminary recommendations might reflect more realisticallythe -Establishment of so called need and location of expensive than more expensive name hospital administrators, physIcians -
from on reducing patient's bills charges to patients. self care units within hospitals cobalt units and heart lung brands. (A formulary is a list Insurance industry executives F
everyoneat by cutting the costs of operating -Agreement that prepaid hos- for those who do not need machines. It has found, for example of medical substances and for. accountants, community
hospitals. pital Insurance plans pay for constant nursing and medical that some hospitals, for mula for making medicinal I leaders and representatives of
member committee the tests to be administered prior supervision or expensive medical reasons of I ue, have pur preparations.) labor and management: _
I The seven Marlon B. Folsom to a patient's admittance to equipment. Such patients I ACh
headed by -
Donigan's I a hospital. For example, a per. would Include, for example, diabetics I lo
former
of Rochester secretary )
son about to undergo
surgery in for a checkup.
of health, education and
1123 W. Univ. Ave. II(welfare, has not yet calculatedthe would receive the tests bed beforehe and Establishment of hospital ,
occupied a hospital medical review or utilization
extent of the savings. But it thus save the costs of several committees to determine the
plans to make a tentative report J IN4i'uc5d.Jdm3z2c
to the governor In Febru days of hospitalization kind of treatment given and 3tyi i i d I
In a study conducted by Northwestern University, ary, when it expects to reach -Extension of hospital functions how long patients have been ,
92% of housewives interviewed said that if they further agreement on complete so that operations, for example hospitalized. This could lead to #
had a choice of newspapers with or without ad. problems involved in the financing might be performed on a more efficient use of hospital w 5ou.
vertislng, they would prefer newspapers .with ad. of medical care. Saturdays and Sundays as well beds and subsequent savings. b
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Congo Confusion

In a world of stillness

and peace, may the light
Cries for Solution r
; I of the Christ Child

By WILLIAM L. RYAN achieve "miracles within three 7:. 1 1 r" and' the Peace He brings, fill

I AP Special Correspondent months." No sooner had he tak- It'f' r your hearts this Christmas-,
en over than Kindu fell to rebelsIn
Chances for orderly development
I the east, and, soon after, time.
.
of the Congo are dim as
Stanleyville.
etc.t ,ever, four years after it inde
last wktOLaa'I Tshombe's army was In disarray
That In
pendence. key country
) n s the heart of Africa may be winning Tshombe himself des.
eu
,1a f distinctionof perately tried to accommodate 'lBECKUM'S
the melancholy
becoming the main arena In all sides, even! the Communist- OPTICIANS
supported "Council for National
the cold war.
I I1.U Liberation," which would cheer LINDSEY L BECKUM
In general, the U.S. aim in the fully have nailed his hide to the
22 West Ave.
Congo has been to keep it together wall. University FR 6-3516

Metr! and to keep the CommunIsts Late in November, Belgium ,
out. If stability and the United States mounteda
is the key rescue operation to save hoStage -'
to achieving from rebel savagery in
Analysis: .
this, it wlll be Stanleyville. African leaders
Dixie Vim's a tough strug What TheMeanit hostile to the United States /L
j I I gle. News joined a chorus of denunciation,'
I There Is not contending Americans thought : <<. rCextends
t' much leader- more of a white man's life thana -vJ
TIRE CITY ship timber to .. black man's. 't\
choose from.. In the thin ranksof But the dreary debate which \ t
what is available, politics 1 1a is continues' In the United Nations to all.Season's . *
405 N.W. 13th Street matter of every man for him makes it clear that the interven- \ ;j1lr'
R self. The outs battle the Ins, tion was not so much the targetas \ "
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Tshombe. Leaders with \ ,
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Phone 372-5030 and the ins battle the outs. bitions of their own portray him it", .
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Any Congo leader who Is satisfactory as a man who would reestablish # ., 1k .
to the United State colonialism. -. t
will be opposed by the Communists There Is small comfort for the k4\
and probably also bj West In the Soviet-Chinese competition \
many African leaders whos I In Africa. When either s
pan African patriotism ca I Communist side gains, the West _
MAY ALL THE JOYS OF cloak caulting ambitions o nf loses. And Communist propaganda *1k-. J., *
their own. of one sort or another is j 0J
Molse Tshombe came to power ., making headway. If the Commu- et,\ \
THIS CHEERY SEASON as premier last July. Since I nists' goal is chaos, it Is far \4"t-
then propaganda of Communistand I easier to achieve than stability' ; '
of leaders hostile to the i One detects in the United
HE YOURS! United States has gone all ou t I States a weariness with African Vl' CCke 13 esi

trying to turn him Into the i diplomacy. America still has \ .,- .
West' greatest liability. friends among the more mature
Nerves are raw In Africa. Be!- African leaders. The weariness iW1'o
;ian Foreign Minister Pau l with the others can lead to
K ktAikJ Henri Spaak says black Afrl. growing sentiment for concentrating gooJ J
cans seem to suffer from a dee p U.S. efforts on countries
; inferiority complex. They ar! where they will be welcomed. I II
SIIIIIMisinm, easily swayed by slogans an d I i
labels, easily convinced that al
: Making We Will Be
their: woes trace to cnlonialisn
and Imperialism. Thus, wheiUhombe I Good On
antagonized virtual! Closed Fri., Sat. & Sun.

all sides with his attempt to sc i His Boast
up a secessionist! state In rlc!h Dec. 25, 26 & 27th

Katanga Province, he was coal. ST.PETERSBURGFIa.
Iy labeled a "colonialist tool'' (APIn November 1928, a RUBY'S RESTAURANT & BAR
When Tshombe's foes accused I Naval examining board retired

AFROAMERICANLIFE him of plotting the murder 01 f James E. Hall from the U.S. 14 Mites South of Gainesville on Hiwoy 441'
Patrice Lumumba, the Congo'I Marine Corps because of a bad
first premier, It was easy tc]I heart. lie didn't want to re- Phone McIntosh 591-6411
make Lumumba a martyr and I lUre.

INSURANCE COMPANY Ism.But symbol of resistance to colonial, graves TU ,"see he all says of you he told in your the JIjJ -. .", ,F". ....,... 7N't .,.. _*

Tshombe's departure Into I board.
Jacksonville, Florida exile didn't save the Congo'ranter Recently, Hall celebrated his
Cyrllle Adoula's government at his home in
90th birthday
:.t/?)/ DR. JAMES H. LEWIS MRS. S. L. WILLIAMS was plagued by rebellions -, St. Petersburg. "I've got all
,
I supported and often in- my teeth, all my toes and all
Chariman President Manager Gainesville District spired by Communists from outside my faculties, and I may live
Moscow and Peking
"
another 40 years, he said.
hough competing In the Cong
bad heart then
"I had a
; ::0;..; .. for Influence, both denounced I
and I've
A":) I (when he was retired)
Adoula as a man conspiring
; Hill got it. I Just learned how
with the United States to crus"people's h
to live with it and It's never
rebellion
I Finally, last June. Adoula I let me down"At lVIerry
last count, he said only
quit Tshombe returned, till s i
lime to Leopoldvllle, with prom-, one member survived from the GhrimtmcAND
,
lace to form a "government 01rntional examining board which retired
reconciliation" and I him.CORDIAL.

t A I t AND A

I + HAPPY NEW YEAR


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I iXflIW''Your ,

We hove a host of friends in this
area whom we would like to see per
tonolty In order to extend a personal
r i Christmas Greeting

We may not get around to every.
1 rV.e body so we ask that you consider this
as being-a genuine expression of
1 good wishes to lOCh of you and o Friendly Store L t
hearty thank you for past courtesies

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(EDITOR'S I ; RtprtitntlnflThe f
made by NOTE: Remarks' He never bad a family. He'lV: convictions within a systemof terns which destroy all free creation of the future. These I I! Equitable Life '"" .
President University of Florida never went to college. He values which reflects our truths and beliefs Just mentioned I 'Assurance Society\
J.
Christmas on Wayne Campus Reiu la his never put His foot Inside a really i Vmerican and Judeo-Christian dom.We believe that morality can be an anchor as we work, i .I the UniltJ St. M '. I
I to University students message i big city, He never traveled heritage. All too often I fear must regulate the personal, for a great and good future. It'' Horn. Office, Ntw" Ywk,
are especially significant last week except in His Infancy, more that in the Interest of being ob- family, economic, political and Is the future Christ envisioned,'; N. Y. !
today. than 200 miles from the place jective we become intellectually Phone FR 2-3576 a
Portions of Dr. KelU'i international life of men if It Is the free society free to
tok are where He was born. He had no neutral without gaining convic
printed civilization Is to endure. seek the truth in the knowledge
today for
CHRISTMAS our reader) credentials but Himself. tion. Someone has said that the that "The truth shall make you/ Among male readers advertising In newspaper
MERRY An unknown "While still a young man, the While some may find comfort task of the University lathe free. baseness greater readership than the sports page.
writer, speak- tide of popular opinion turned In neutrality, the fact re- -
ing of the influence of Jean s against Hun. His friends ran mains that neutrality is not
A special thank you at over the centuries of Christian away. One of them betrayed possible. We are not neutral on
Christmastime to all our history, said: freedom for
Him His friends ran away. One vs. slavery, ex-
loyal friends and patrons. I "Here is a man who was born of them betrayed Him. He was ample, or knowledge vs. Ig-
I of in an obscure village, the child turned over to His enemies. He norance, or on character vs.
JERNIGAN'SMOTION I a peasant woman. He grew went through the mockery of a the lack of It or liberty vs. an- IERkYOIIRISTiIIASr
PICTURE up in another village, and thata trial. He was nailed upon a archy. If we do not have the
despised one. He worked in a nmvlction that certain beliefs
cross between two thieves. His
i
I SERVICE I carpenter shop for 30 years, and executors gambled for the only based upon fact and reality are
i 2533 NE. 10th DR.PHONE then for three years. He was piece of property He had on fundamental, if we consider all
an itinerant \1/
372-9691 I preacher. He never earth, His seamless robe. When this Is simply relative, then .
wrote a book He ,
I never held an He was dead, He was taken, ultimately we will have no con-
office. He never owned a home down from the cross and laid In, victions at all. -
'a borrowed grave through the Rather than sterile neutrality, t
courtesy of a friend. Nineteen I our freedoms within the American ,
wide centuries have come and tradition of democracy are
gone, and today Jesus is the dependent upon our having a
0r centerpiece of the human race, I set of values, including the con. '. a I tRt
and the leader of all human cept that liberty Is based upon r
progress."I observing and protecting the
am well within the mark rights and liberties of others
when I say that all the armies within the framework of law and yflt
that ever marched, all the navies order. We have had the sad,
that were ever built all spectacle in recent days at the
the parliaments that have ever University of California where
sat, and all the kings that have 'this principle has been Ignored
ever ruled put together have Those who would take the law
not affected the life of man up into their hands rather than
on this earth like this one solitary following democratic processes
personality." create anarchy and destroy lib-
I This statement points to many erty.
aspects of Christ's life which we In this day of the free world
could dwell upon, but for a few and the slave world the free
moments I should like to con mind and the slave mindwe
centrate on the great statement cannot be neutral. Rather we
of Christ as recorded In the need to hold firm to the essential
Gospel of St. John, "And ye' values derived from the i
shall know the truth and the basic concepts from which
truth shall make you free." American freedom rests.
I Christ wis born to make men We often glibly refer to values.
free. His approach to freedom without being specific. In the
was through seeking truth and credo of St. Louis University
acting on the conclusions reach one finds clearly' stated basic
ed. :truths and social values. Here
This was the position of our;are some of them fitting for a
founding fathers when In our I University or any other community
American Declaration of Inde- of free men:
pendence and in our Constitution We believe In Cod.
they laid down certain We believe in the personal
truths and erected our American -dignity of man. I 1
: way of life. There they said, We believe In the sanctity of
"We hold these truths to be the home-the basic unit of
"> self-evident that all men are civilization.
Wt'rtjlidtftht, created equal, that they are en- I We believe that liberty Is a
ttunct la with our many patrons and friends a dowed by their Creator with sacred thing, but that law,
certain Inalienable rights ." which regulates liberty, la a
holiday season fllltJ with good luck, chtor and From that day to this there sacred obligation.We .
(uppintiu have been certain agencies In believe In Inculcating all
'our society which are committed -,the essential liberties of American
to the preservation and fuLfillment democracy, and take open I
FAYE and JOE5jve4inan1' of the life of free menThe Issue with all brands of spurious t I I'f
University Is most certainly "democracy." II I
one of those agencies. The We believe In the intense ., ".." I
University's very existence, and study of tenets and tactics of 'i" ,0:
In turn that of a free society, those who would seek to destroythe
Is dependent upon'Its freedomto essential liberties of American We send you this cheery ', '" .'
seek and the democracy.
pronounce
truth. We do not believe that "aca Holiday Greeting and hope our

and ALL THE GANG I sometimes wonder if our I demic,freedom" should be used paths will cross during the coming
,manner of truth seeking leads,as a pretext to advocate eye
I year.

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I OSWESTRY England (AP)
,- A teen age girl who couldn't First federal
seem to stop growing havinga
aeries of operations to reduce
her height savings & loan 'association
j i The girl, Anna Rowjton, 19,
1s was I feet, '74 Inches tall when of Gainesville
she entered a hospital three 4i,
MtMlfli riDflAl SAVINGS 1 tOAN INlUDANCt COfOIATJOMIIMM
months The serifs; of four
ago. .' -It. MOIIAl HOMI IOAN IAN ITiTIM
operations to remove bone from,
'her legs was planned to make, 2(9 W. UNIVERSITY AVE AT 3RD e N. W. 13TH ST AND 6TH AVf. fX b- )
her six Inches shorter.
The first three operations
have been completed by surgeons i 733)r

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complete and uncut tonight t CHRISTMAS
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religious art, the oratorio tells :j
this joyous season, we rCe in
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coming of the Messiah l thank you for your
through the crucifixion, to the
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I The work has a dramatic setting 'I. and may the New Year be
drawn from scripture. The holiday.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-The! The Council also awarded a To Get RetrialOf
Keystone Heights City Councl I contract to the Perdue Office ws

I has sold the old SKY-Tell buildIng Supply Co. for supplying furniture 4,
I at the airport to Morris E. for the new city hall for

Starling of Graham for $1,000. $613. subject to approval by the -
The bid was accepted in a I Council's architect Don R. Mor- Case !
Special meeting of the Council t Finley
Tuesday night. Other bids sub- gan.Other bids were as follows:

tilted were as follows: Sanford Hall, 634.50; George
J. A. Bell Statke $455; Roy, Stuart Office Supply, $825.72; ?
'V. Tyre Keystone Heights,, Martin Office Supply. 72382. A new trial has been asked ,they were arrested for Interfering The 12 man federal court
4300; J. W. Starling Graham In another) action, the Council by counsel for the defense In with an officer In the jury found Deputy Cason responsible .
authorized Mayor M. L. the $65,000 civil suit of E. A line of duty In October of 1962 for Injuries to Mrs.

1700.The building, formerly usedis I (Lea) Beasley to have the city and Gayle Finley vs. Levy Fin 1 I ley, which resulted In
headquarters for the Civil attorney Myron Prevatt draw County Sheriff J. W. Turner Fla. Names I
and Deputy William S Cason. necessary surgery and medical -
Air Patrol, was disposed of as up an enacting resolution for
part of a modernization program -i the water rate increase votedat h ui Detent attorney W. C. treatment.
0. O'Neal said the judg m e n t Civil RightsAct
of the Keystone Airport the last meeting. awarded federal The civil suit was filed I
by the Jury In -
Chairman Bill Beam reported against Cason and Sheriff Turner
I court was grossly excessive
Official
Bear StolenEAST efforts he and
on City ... S and asked for a new trial, as the deputy's Immediate
Chester .
BRUNSWICK, NJ. Supervisor Moodyhave or In the alternative, for aremlltor. superior and responsible authority
(AP-Someone) walked off with made to obtain "excess .... ..' _. TAf .AIIASSF.E (API) The
by attorney Cody Fowler -
Mike Nowicky's 8-loot. 1 50- In the event a new trial Lv Florida !Department of Education
pound stuffed polar bear Mon por- Levy Ladies Await denied but the remlttor granted has designated an ollilIal'to Tampa under a federal
I He said they have been shop- the Finleys would have the keep the 87 county school 'civil rights case of 1872, I In

day.Nowicky, who operates a delicatessen ping around for surplus equl- Awaiting the arrival of Levy County Commissioners and their guests! are choice of accepting a reduced boards Informed on what will be 'which It was claimed a deputywas
and a drive-in restau-: merit and that they may be county office staffers (left to right) Mr*. Joule llalor, Mrs Harriet Shewey, udgement or a new trial required of the si houls under the acting "under the color of
rant, bought the bear three able to obtain a hangar to replace Mrs. Susie Eaten, ]\Irll. Charlene Deas and] Mrs Evelyn Graham. The party way Mr and Mrs. Finley were new federal Civil Rights Act. the law"
years ago to display at Christ 1 the present one at the held in he office of Clerk of the Circuit Court Ernest! Stephens following; the awarded the $65.000 for damages School Supt. Thomas Bailey; !
mas time. airport. ._year's final Commission meeting; Tuesday (Sun photo by Hob Meeker) allegedly received when gave the job to Dr, James T. Mr. Finley was awarded
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After of the administration first of the year the 110,000 i and In compensatory$3,000 In punitive damages I -

I 100-Acre Tract OfferedBradf'd new law will require counties to I damages E A. Finley was

tile within a reasonable time an i swarded UO.OOO: In compensatory

ti.l iiUP7y"I/ affidavit that they are comply. I damages by the jury,
log with the non-discrimination
for Jr. College law or Intend to comply with It. A hearing on the motions will

Bailey said that after Jan. 3,1, be held In Tallahassee but the
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and until the county lies the aliUvlt. I date has not been set I\
STARKE-A Bradford County American Association for JunIor terday (hat choice of a ilttIs l all federal money for
site for the proposed Alach- Colleges lists the selection of still about a year off. new educational programs will
ua Bradford County J junior a silo as Step 12. I The committee will make a be withheld. Existing programs, Receives
Yst college has been offered b 1 The question was discussed report Jan 1 to the Junior such as vocational educationand
Foster Shi Smith. during a joint meeting of the I.College Board and the State vocational agriculture, are !
Alachua and I. Board of Education, If Bids It'orStarke
The site, a 100 acre tract Bradford members the nerd not affected by the deadline
on US 301, opposite the Santa of the Interim Advisory I for an Institution Is determined However, this money comes
Fe River Fire Tower. Is Committee last month and was the 1965 Legislature will be under the law and It must be
t just north of the Bradford-Ala- termed "premature. I asked to appropriate funds for spent by the counties without Inn
.Lwrrr An Informed source said yes-:it discrimination Bailey said.
chua County line. .
) < -- The law authorizes the federal! STARK A Tennessee con

T Smith said the site Is offer government to cut off school I tractor has entered the I lot

J t'' ed contingent acceptance upon by the approvaland Stateof I Cedar Key Tl Women's Club nnney believe In counties there where Is discrimination authorities -- I bid on construction of a HoB )

: Florida for a junior college.He In uw of the lunda. day Inn here according t

\ laid the property Is cur. Fills Christ us Stockings Bailey said that the federal! 1(Carle Jones, operations man '-

t ,' y :;, rently under lease to Rayonler authorities have not worked out I iger of IloildarlInna! Inc. '
all the details of how a county -
1)11) By LOUSE ANDREWSSun luncheon are Mrs- George '
Inc. but that the timber com-
must show non-dlsrrlmlna- Jones said the W. 0 B. Con
pany has agreed lo release It Correspondent Blrdsey Miss Agnes Took
km, and that Campbell was I itructlnn Co. of Memphis was
for' the purpose named in e* CEDAR KEY The CedarKey and Mrs. Pierre Wagner The I
Floathelp change for lease of other Women's Club suspendedtheir ,.named to help them learn whit t he low bidder on the 100-unlt( I
Levy County InaugurMrs. table will have all the traditional will be required.
Smith owned acreage. recreation and program Christmas decoratlo n i Florida counties received an I luxury type motel which Is

Clara Holland left) and Mrs. Juanita Adkim put final touches on At the present time the proj period to devote their time to Including a jello dessert I In I estimated $17 million I year In scheduled to be opened her i
float which will In the ii augural parade In Talla- gifts and candy for Santa Christmas colors served I In
the represent Levy County ect to have a junior college for federal grants that are affectedby text summer 1
hassee Jan. 5. The float 1* being built by members of tl le Church of Jesus Christ both counties is only at Step Claus[ following the regular I goblets which are part of the I the Civil Rights Law.
of Latter Day Saints In Chiefland. A drew rehearsal I. complete with girls In 3 of a total of 13 steps necessary Christmas Luncheon. glass collection of Mrs. Wag lie said construction on the
costume. Is scheduled for Saturday. (Sun photo by I lob Meeker) to establish the Instltu- Santa will pick up the stockIngs ner's mother, the late Mrs, C K fff' MarketJACKSONViL I reject( Is due to gel& underway ,
ion. on his way Into town today W. Sanders.It rf"I I n January. The site Is on the
for the Christmas parade LE A handbook Issued by the scheduled for 2 p m. The parade Is not too early to mike I Sortheait Florida Egg Market )Ive,, near the American Legion -
Looking to April Taxes will start at the school plans to attend the next regular I prices lo retailers: ; building I
and continue through town to meeting of the W 0 m .n'l Extra Urge Ctt-44. mostly
Resident he City Park where Santa Club It will be a family night I 15; large 4W.41, mostly 41-41.; One of a large chant' of lot-
will distribute the gifts and featuring' a white elephant auction I medium MH-41. mostly 30. k lay Inns, the local facility
LossEDITOR'S
Can Claim Hurricane : Judge Eyed candy to all the boys and proceeds going to the I s mall Jl-M, mostly W. rill !he known as the Stark
girls. building fund. The date will be Poultry at farms: fryers I), I nn. It will b* under the su
FOP Hostesses for the Christmas Tuesday, Jan 12. I hens none. ervUlon of Jones.
NaplesFORT .. ,
( NOTE It may The actual property loss you plains Is the complete or parUal -- -- -
be considered a matter of poor nay have sustained from casualties destruction of property resulting -
timing( or eves poor taste, to of this kind and from from an identifiable MYERS (AP) Members -
bring up the subject ef Income :left Is deductible from your of the Collier County Bar
event of a sudden, unexpected, Increase In
Association
hope an
Waldo's Ranch
tax returns during this happy federal Income tax return according : Buffalo
holiday season; but the following to Dr C C. Moxley, or unusual nature. Damagesfrom judges for the 12th Judicial Clrcuit
article Is offered herewith economist Florida Agricultural a hurricane, tornado, will mean a resident judge
for the benefit of these Extension Service. flood storm shipwreck fireor for Naples '
persons whe may be thinking Ordinarily the loss Is deductible accident are casualties. I i A three-man commission gathering
ahead to the olden of April.) / on the return for the Information to determine Wakens of Old Weston
year In which the casualty oc Auto accidents, therefore are whether the circuit needs a Days
As a result of hurricanes curred. This Is true, even casualties. Damages to the seventh judge *.* told I that ;
Dora and Cleo this year many :though the damaged property taxpayer's automobile, causedby ,it has more than =,000 residents -
people In Florida suffered damages 'might not be repaired or replaced of either making It large enoughto By BLONNIE BRUCEPushing sees the honest to-goodness moving gently In the soft name family and the wolverine 1
or losses to their homes I until the succeeding the faulty driving qualify Sue C."flltlM11 longhorn sloe rs whose ancestors Ida bream; and farther J'nr'1 I II a vicious Utile kilter It has

and other property for which year. driver are usually deductible The commission also heard aj: through the bit-wing we learn, were brought the boardwalk la Boot Hill taken approximately & years
insurance coverage was nominal I You may deduct the net losses provided they were not spokesman for the Collier County doors. of the Longhorn Saloon In from Spain to Mexico: and then bringing a sharp reminder of for Cook to accumulate this cot I
or not available. amount of actual property loss caused by the willful act or bar tell how the city of Na-I anticipation of a cool refreshing 'on to Texas; and are now almost the swift and certain conclusion 1<<11011. The game was killed bj
Others experienced millionsof resulting from the casualty willful negligence of the tllpa'er. ples has grown In the past drink we half expected to Joe extinct. On this ride w* to the life of the western had him throughout the U. S, and
dollars of damages to or from theft These years It has also built a court a replica of -Mis Kitty" Vid we the deer, the elll, and the man. the Yukon ,
grounds, dwellings, automobiles, may be business or nonbusi house. to hear a voice say, "Mstt, you buffalo herd with old/ Oroni- One ah uldn'$ ml** seeing the
boats furniture -and other ness losses. The deduction b Some )losses, Dr. Moxley l The commission said It would:want a beer?" mo, who weighs 2.IM pound As we venture along the a Uboardwalk lid blacksmith shop with Its anvil '
business and nonbusiness properties allowed only to the person who points/ out, are r.l cssuslties submit Its report to the governor Of Matt wouldn't have and I Ie without question the w* come to the wildlife and bellows Then there's
and other owns the course his herd. building whkh house the the dwarf Hereford rattle
from fires property. The boss of -
within week
losses
For example resulting a or so. his beer because Longhorn
gotten
btlll horn rolloition In ih
disasters. A casualty, Dr. Morley ex- I full grown and meaning no mote
from the breakage of china I group was composed of Julian Saloon I It at tilt Buffalo The free the ')
---- sights are f7. Mouth; one horn measuring IH !than 1 ft. high And that III- I IIt
D. Clarkjon of Fort Myers.Richard .,Ranch south of Waldo on U.s. tery House' where the carnival fed from and
ir glassware through handling I Up to tip another tie rascal Jeatwl, the monkey,
Coodlett of Naples' and 1 Highway :JOt Only soft drinks I type el things are furnUwd to measuring 14 I a chts I
who her thinkl
not
:W by a family pet, are spend day a g
Fla. Forest Fire casualties and are not deduc I Gilbert A. Smith of of two Bradentoa.Representatives Miami i are sold there. I puzzle and delight the young. around at the base. In this bulW-. up every form of devilment, I Ie
I tibia As the frosty mugs tt cob, den There on the porch tog w* find mounted and displayed .only too glad to ntertaifl the II
research firms testified the
nave I lasapsrula, Buffalo beer, *tt. I Paul Banyan snares tilt hours the grtnly lifer Ik* children. Recently. Tla r.Jones,
If you claim a casualty or 'eight county circuit_ win came frying from the hand of away, bis huge chest hen I a gwith moo**, .Ik. mule oVer, caribou tile family cat. dared to stand
Record heft! loss be called more than m. residents by shr each breath In a moll realistic wolverine coyote, I
Improves you may I tile bartender down the king ( Canldl.nl too close under Jewbel'a cage.
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show the nature of the IJ. L In the circuit betides I Nearby stand the 1 lynx. badger and .
ipon to iy bar and the overhead lights way gal-j Wan M lost of ton* the grabbed /
auualty and when H occurred.I:Cofller County are Charlotte. Dec :!!'rom old fashioned lanterns lows, the hangman's aeese badger and wolverine art W the, the eat by the tad making\
The Florida Forest Service i I WO acres of woodlands in the Jut the loss was the direct remit Sofa Glades Hcndry.counties.I Lee Manstee I reflected their gleam as the mot- -- ---- -_._-- the fur fly and causing cat

reports a fire Improvement rec.1cord state are not under Ore protection I of the casualty, and that and Sarasota ,led antique barmirror w* felt F4r scr s ams that brought Mrs.
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of Jl per cent for the first I t i and about 21 per cent :roa were the owner of the I I Mimed to ak. "..'her. am IT" Joyce Hill. the daWf.1de *l
ten months ef 19(4.! compared of these are based each year. :property| Nazis GCtPrison It I is with the period In 1X1' could depict a vest era
same Tau b* asked to give
Since the state b entering may I Terms :iowa hi a more authentic sun Befor leaving you should
W the
basis
the other
Wildfires have burned U.70Sseres Into B* winter fir* saiaj I cost or I II ter tae R. C. Cook has dun*. make one more visit to the
of the Sunshine Slate's :Slate Forester C H. Coulter I property evidenced deed by purchase and-I I Cook b head of a packing com- Longhorn Just to admire the
of Oct asks ad properly owners who t contract or TUCBDCGEX, (AP': cord N. C tit had
protected woodlands as I allowed allowable Germany ,pity as Co long bar whirls was bull from
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Jl, according to figures recently I plan controlled burs on their depreciation I.- Prison sentences have hers ,ilready established buffalo e* I en* giant cypress lm. cut froma
compOed by the Forest 1 lands to noufy ft* FUrlda 1 K any. I'given tee farmer Nazi ser-!,I ranch .M that state whe* be cw.- Florid swamp. The tipper
Service. I Forest Sense as advanc Other ssformatJM asked for grants convicted of Bordering Coulter said I. I nay Include the value before I sad helping murder more ttW'water town and animal ref- half and tilt two halves cmnt
Only .:J per cent of the btal requests r and after the casualty and the JIll Inmates of Stutlhof conceav ,age ki Florida. ed together for the bid and
la,71 acres currently I freun plowing should bed pUe- :mount of kMuraace of otherMBpessauoa .tratan a mp, war DanaJc.J'rtIIdID )'II Local people. as wed .. tourU. front el the bar. A like from
under rue protection have bura I sow.Is received or .* Judge Ludwig lel-I! are pleasantly surprised toM the center *f the iron wall used
td, compared with .1l$ percent Cart the cooperation of*I yected to be received for 4amifes :!lernumi sentenced Otto Kaupt i ito I that- netlike many such a*. lor the k>p.Mr .
during tilt same period I ig of f1 nda'. calm Is,' to property The latter 12 years as pram m oae|it{traction thrwgbout Ih* United Not Buffalo and Mrs< Bill 1m1. man.sjers. .
test year. wcetsary at tile Wrest flreirecord I should Mude Ole value of re- count of attempted aounser and Utet.( tile sight and pleasures art always ready with
The Un wSdfirn this year : m to commie to ... tom. restoraUoa. and cfettra another of aiding as 271 IIIUI'f f I it Buffalo Ranch ate free Cot rolnUrewt ., la* stay when Mfalo M abundance tt southern bosptlaliiy -
each burned aa average ef tU I'prove, the forester said provided without cast ty denHe attteaced BenurdUwtftke A small charge" Is aide tar roamed toe West a* las* long *ra .1..... past .f a at Buffalo Ranch Iota .
acres *f protected woadIan '"Let's rrcryoM lie care i III[boaster relief agencies orer ab j to sift years far aidlq,1 i ik :h* trans Pam ride which tows herd at tat Ifcffal RAMS Insist atlmtlos ear sd about 34 mile sown of Wat,
T>4 Service estimates 2.101. '. woods fins.* |i t ,. Dr. MosJey 14. fee murder W tl f I the animal Cla lpouDd. There, WaUs. do M Highway In.'f




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18 Gainesville Sun Thursday December 24,_1964 GAMES

IN NFL AFL PLAYOFF
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be movedregularly quarterback, has an NFL bid j
1 TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS I rn winners, In the National that the title game ground and also played for
with Sill
announced the 22 I
KANSAS CITY (AP) The ships, Can't Good to some place
struggle
title
Keep The weather looms large over I football League's weather. Diego before the Chargers 14
awarded postgraduatescholarships He added that 10 more December I
winners.
NCAA balmy
issue more
about 41,000
the two football title A full house of to Buffalo
pro games him get away (fq
each be to of that seem
worth $1,000 will given
scholarships chances
with The f
this weekend, which wound up I at Buffalo Saturday,
today to 22 players who are else basketball scholar-athletes. GElS Team DownGainesville by coincidence in a pair of I 13,000 expected In the big Cleveland slim. mentioned I JIM.The Bills are a slight choice !
standout scholars. The new program college winners "Every time It is
The major
stadia on the Great Lakes I Stadium Sunday. Unltas and the Colts
Is financed by football were John Kelly of Brown, Pa where winter usually hits harder :30-Degree Weather get a flood of letters opposingit favorites In the NFL are UK
game
despite
television fees. Donnelly of Navy, Tom Bell of than Jimmy Brown. Despite the fact that temperatures ," says NFL Commissioner the crunching
Each candidate qualified by Clemson, Arnold Chonko of OhIo. High basketball was supposed to be on the The American Football In the 30s are about the Pete Rozelle. fullback Brown for Cleveland rushing a//
maintaining a minimum 3.0, or State, Ron Oelschlager of Kaus down-grade this season. Lack of height and experience were League settles its championship I Mst that can be hoped for In San Diego took the AFL title worried about ,
straight B grade average and Mike Kennedy of Baylor, two big problems that faced Coach John Raper as he embarked first, with the defending champion -I either city, both games could last year In California, 51-10,I weather"I'm Brown "A the f:
talents Fausti! of Air Force Acad second at the Hurricane helm. Patriots. Veteran says. Nonor
by showing outstanding Ed on his season San Diego Chargers visiting have sold out twice. over the Boston
have the
In football. Both requirementswere emy, Bill Douglas of Washington Six games later things begin to look up. the Buffalo Bills Saturday The NFL's title game has: Tobin Rote was the quarterback has to right condo :j
rated equally. Jim Ellis of Texas Tech] The Hurricanes have swept past five of the opponents, afternoon. I Men played In a deep freeze for in that game and will be tions. It's a shame that weather I.
Eleven scholarships went to Russell Mowrer of Colorado Including state power Jacksonville Paxon by 10 points, and The next day, Johnny Unitas I the last three yearsGreenSay playing his last game for the plays such an Important" part!in
university division, or major j State and Bill Eastlake of XavIer lost only to the No. 2 ranked quintet in the state Daytona leads the Baltimore Colts West- : New York and Chicago- Chargers on Saturday.This such a big game. j
college players. One alternatewas Ohio Seabreeze nipped GHS by three points in Daytona for the ern Division champs, againstthe :and with the Cleveland site this year John Hadl! may be This Is the first NFL title
selected in each division, In College division winners were lone defeat. N Cleveland Browns, the East :,ear has revived suggestions at quarterback. If Hadl runs the game for the Colts since they
case one of the winners In his Jerry Jones of Williams, David That's not bad for a team that bas no man taller than club and wins he will be the won a pair in 195859.
division Is unable to accept. Wlon of Allegheny, Frank Stub- 1-1'4 and only three lettermen back from last year. And a first championship quarterbackthe The Browns, once perennitl
A. D. Klrwan of Kentucky, bleficle1 of University of the club that lost Its top two scorers and rebounders from a AFL has ever had who did title contenders, have not
:halrman of the NCAA commitee South, Sherman Rlcmcntchneid year ago. Three Bowl Games not play in the older NFL first. played for the championshipsince
on post-graduate scholar- er of Hiram, Larry White 01 It kind of reminds you of the five short, skinny Juniors $100 Cost 1957, when they wen
Mornlngslde, Leon Hardy of who won the state Class AA championship for Pensacola Jackie Kemp, the Buffalo bombed by Detroit_
Four Holdovers Texas Southern, Gene Carlsonof High last March. They had no player standing higher than -4TO
Montana State College, Rob- 6-2. Due on Saturday
DENVER (APThe Den-1964 ert Jones of Redslands, Steven The Pensacolans have picked up where they left off this nieUde (irectins'
the
ver Broncos opened Ingram/ of Bowdoin, Steven season, winning seven straight and taking the No. 1 spot In
season with only four players Miller of Cornell, Iowa, and the state poll. By MURRAY CRASS The Blue and Gray squads,
i from the club competing In Football the Phillip Steans of Ripon. That brings to mind the fact that Gainesville was missing Associated Press Sports Writer I meanwhile, finished up their
first year of the American from the state 20 this week. Paxon was there,
top poll
r League W60. They were The NCAA receives four per Wayne Hardln and Ara Par- workouts today with Blue Coach I
and several other teams with less impressive rec '
tackle Eldon Danenbauer, half.I cent of the football television so were seghlan have their Helsman Murray Warmath of Minnesota

back Gene Mingo, end Lionel rights fees and this was ned to ords.But wait 'till\ next week. Trophy winning quarterbacks and Gray Coach Paul Davis of
Taylor and defensive back I start the post-graduate t holar Roger Staubach and John Mississippi State both optimistic.
Goose Gonsoulln. I ship program. -Grid Scholarships Huarte for one more game, .. { I9r t

I Three area football players already have signed college but Hardin and the South have
scholarships and several more are on the brink: as the recruiting Bob Hayes and Jerry Rhome, The big bowl weekend comes
Greetings next week with the Rose, Cotton
wars rage on.
0 The latest count shows Gainesville tackle Dale Turlington too.That Orange and Sugar Bowls
Starke Jeff Warren headed for Florida and added duo could provide set for Friday and the Gator
Wish You and and guard ,
We the difference Friday in the Bowl and East-West game
halfback Al Giffin Auburn.
Gainesville going! to
all .
North South star college scheduled for
Lake Butler quarterback Jimmy Thomas bas been committed Saturday. ALLOUR
Yours A football game at Miami, one of !
> to Tennessee, but as of yet, hasn't signed.. three post season contests
Cross City fullback Randy Corbin, who was All-Area Backof
scheduled for this holiday week-
1 Merry ChristmasHAYTHORNE the Year, Is talking with several schools, Including Auburn end.
I I and Wisconsin. I
Another All-Area performer, P. K. Yonge fullback Tom Georgia and Texas Tech clash'
I Hansen, has been approached by Tennessee and several In the Sun Bowl at El Paso,
i If f smaller schools. Tex., Saturday while the Blue
The other member of the All-Area first team backfield, and the Gray all-star teams
North Marlon fullback Danny Sandlln, Is being courted by meet at Montgomery, Ala. -

Memphis State. Hardin, who recently resignedas CUSTOMERSlef
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CHRISTMASAND
Among the other area gridders being considered for scholarships to the Helsman Trophy,'
\ are P. K. Yonge guard Steve Twedell, end Dan coaches the North along with I
't f'I' Dennison and halfback Steve Tuttle, Gainesville guard Jer- Paul Dietzel of Army, Hardlns THE
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t Gainesville was loaded with Junior standouts this past the long bomb," Parseghlan TIM'SGRILL

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Three backfield starters will be on hand again next 'sea- Sets Record

I ., the ,(i' w son in quarterback Jackie Eckdahl, halfback Brian Hlpp Georgia has no one to match SHOE STOREand t"
R> Brt and fullback Eugene Branch. And so will\ speedy Mike Anderson, but quarterback
Oyenarte, a potentially great halfback who saw limited ac Preston Rldlehuber likes to run
115 S.E. 1st St.
t tion. with the ball. In fact, he set a EMPLOYEES
Returning on the line will be ends Bobby Roundtree and school record this season for FR 2-0565
'!, 1 Mac Stlpanovlih, tackles Kenny Mack and Pete EnwiH, yards gained rushing by a T 915 N. MAIN ST. GAINESVILLE
center Kim Helton and several others. formation signal-caller. :(
Here are a few more top-notch Juniors around the area: r -- -,
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Jerry Karr, P. K. Yonge halfback Marell Tyre and guard :
MERRY V G. Hodsdon, Starke quarterback Donald Falcon and I
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CHRISTMASAND ; I Sikes and Trenton end Danny Wilson.
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the day before Christmas and aU through Gator- Gncy Has I

land, not an athletic contest was scheduled, not even a tune F lr
by the U7 band. Fine Record Ins
I But It won't be that way long. There's sort of a delayed AtH
Christmas gift upcoming for sports fans in the area who go
to Jacksonville next week to watch the Gator Bowl cage This Season
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tourney. ",. I 'i f '
The "gift" will be the opportunity to watch famed "Bones" !l
McKinney Wake Forest coach, do his contortionist act for 7 '"" "' 1J By TED MEtER Write !
Press Sports
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If* just Impossible that any cage coach anywhere diet the '. :t; .-AI' '.. ... .. _;;JfI>'.,..,' ... ". This for will Ed be Jucker a happy the basketball Christmas -
tortuous deaths that overtake McKinney during a game. Local "\" .' ,
f
"" coach .t the University of Thursdoy, December 24, 1961 19
fan saw him agonize two years la succession when the L '-- ----.A ... "' ''' J/f:/; Cincinnati.His .
Catori beat two country fair Demon quintets, one Including I
who the
won
America Len ChappeL That was the Wake Forest team Bearcats Bounce Back national Bearcats collegiate, championship
that later advanced to the semt-finaU of the NCAA event
Cincinnati is In The Hear In 1961 and 1962 and just
only to lose to Ohio State. making a move collegiate basketball circles again.
McKinney is quite a show. And he'll squirm even more cats topped Oregon Slate 71-56 Wednesday night for another victory. Date Fox missed an unprecedented thin IN KOKTH-SOimi GAME
this season. There's the new rule that he has to contend crambles for loose ball while Ken Cunningham (31) of 'Cats watches. (AP straight crown in 1963, are on! .
Irephoto to Sun) the way back. They didn't qua
with. Officials have the option of slapping a coach with +a
ty for the NCAA championship
tournament last season. How Will Pass

LIONS SHAKEUP STILL ON Juckers boys won their fifth I
with .
straight Wednesday night

4 : t Oregon 71-M home-court State Five victory baskets.ove I In Defenses Hold Up?

+ I Wilson Too quick succession by sophomor
Quits Jerry Couzlns broke a 41-41 tie -

r and the Beavers never caughup. MIAMI (APMVlih) four great offensive lineup StaubAch la exprctvd -

quarterbacks firing bulled, pass to open at quarterback,
By BILL HALLS Wilson walked hurriedly ou sUtants was not designed I tl I Lone Defeat defense could be the oVcUlve but will split playing time

Associated Press Writer of the Lions' offices without force Wilson out The Bearcats now boast aI-II factor when the strontfcat! North equally with Khome.
technical foul If he gets too cute oit the sidelines, especiallythe comment Wednesday. Ford said he did not try I I record They beat George Washington and South college football all The North conches, Ara ParsfRhlun -
business about getting off the bench. DETROIT (AP) George "It's W llOn'l decision," sale talk Wilson out of resigning then los star teams ever aiscmhlrd! here of Notre Dame and
Wilson head coach of In theIr opener
Vie
McKinney generally spends as much time on his feet as quit as Ford. "I'd rather the reasons 'His mind was pretty we I to Miami of( Ohio. Sine ,then meet tomorrow In the Orange Paul PicUrl of Army, will open
Detroit Lions In the
his players who actually are In the game. Wednesday .came from him. made up," the owner said have swept Louisville, Bowl with lluartw at quarterback,
lie Tried to Stop It wake of an apparent power Wilson was not available for Ford said he had no basic ob.. they Denver and Tulsa's Jerry home and Army's Rolllo Stlchweh and
struggle over the extent of his Kansas, Centenary,
comment. jectlon to Wilson's coachln next Navy's Roger: Slaubiuh will be Arizona State's Gen Foster at
Their
gam
State.
This Is not to the Wake Forest coach doesn't realizehis authority under millionaire Oregon
say methods but felt a "change I b 1 round agatiu throwing for the South and halfbacks, and Tom Urbanik of
William Ford. Surprised Is a first- game
deticiencies. He's tried hard to minimize it. owner Clay "
One year he went so far as to have himself tied to his The resignation came less Ford said he was "surprlsec !technique was necessary. Temple Monday night In thl Notre Dame's ilelnman Trophy Penn State at fullback
Ford declined to elaborate 01 1 New York, + winner, John lluarte, and Indi Here are Die starting offensive -
beach. Tbe system worked for awhile. But Bone couldn'ttake than 48 hours after Wilson was 'and disappointed" at Wllson'ldecisk1n Holiday Festival at al
the
conflicts between hin
It for 41 iilnntes.! When a key Incident came up hi said to have agreed In a conference He added: "We parted and policy Wilson. I tournament In which they might ana's Kkhto Bader for the lines:
the game, he almost tore the gym apart breaking his. bonds.It with Ford and General on friendly terms He's a fin encounter top-ranked! Michigan. North. South: cola, Bob llnyen, Floe
should be a fine tourney the 1M4 Gator Bowl meet. Manager Edwin J. Anderson to fellow, but In the long run we I He said he planned to "tak! Michigan warmed up for It*] "Pass defense and pass blinking ida AIM. Ken Hotlge, Baylor:
'It slipped memory her but Texas one of the competing fire all five of his assistant 'may both be better off." my tune" in looking for a nev, first gam against Manhattan will be the most Important tackles, Charles llurston, Auburn -
teams, defeated Nebraska, 77-73. And Nebraska Is the team, coaches. The firings reportedlycame Ford said the 51-year-old Wilson coach. "I have no preconceive(I by crushing Butler "-II.I aipnt of this game," said the Ted Torok, Virginia:
the only team, that has won from No. ranked Michigan despite strong objections i phoned him Wednesday and notions," he said. "I'm looklrt A crowd: of 8,000 packed the South's co-conch, Ray Graves guards, Bennett Williams, North
to date this season. from Wilson. They were announced 1 the two men met for an hour, for a winner one that cat I Yoat Fleldhou at Ann Arbor to of Florida. "It can determinethe Carolina Slate, Jim McCarthy,
Georgia will show off Its finest team ever and a proud In a Lions news re- ,apparently to work out a "mu bring me the championship" watch the Wolverines chalk Dp outcome." Duke; center, Bruce Kenton,
coach, Harbin Red) Lawson, His Bulldogs have whipped ease. I tually satisfactory" agreement their sixth victory In seven The game, starting at 3 p.m. Navy
hated Georgia Tech by a fair country mile the last two II I>n the remainder of Wilson's starts. CUll Ruswll cored 2 1 I (EST: ), will be televised by North: end, Jack Snow, No-
meetings. contract The three-year pact, 5 NASCAR points and Bill Buntin 19. ABC tre Dam, Tony Glacobanl,
Gators Best Top Stars :calling: for a reported $ 7OOO-a. The fifth-ranked San Francisco Graves ami conch Wayne Iowa; tackles Jim Snowden,
Georgia pear, still had a year to run. Dons, the only other team In l.irdm+ of Navy said they would Notre [)arne, Rill Zadcl, Army;
Wake Forest's 4-3 record 1) deceiving The Demons have Ford said Wilson Indicated heM Drivers Arc The Associated Press Top Ten start Larry Dupre. Of Florida g ua r ds, Tom Knemhmakl,
won all at home, lost all on the road. They'll be tough To Meet In not have another job. There to life action, made It ill and Jimmy SMI of Auburn at Michigan State, Ed Washington,
as all Wake Forest teams can be. ;lave been rumors Wilson would straight against no defeats by halfbacks and Brian Piccolo of Illinois: center, Norm Nicola,
I've a hunch, though, that the Gators are going to :iecome head coach of the rival 1964 Heroes defeating Utah State 86-71. Big Wake Forest at fullback In the Notre Dnme.UF .
marl things pretty well with their eontrokt 1e play and Tennis EventMIAMI National Football League Chicago I Ollle Johnson, with M polnu I --- --- ---- --

height advantages. .1 Bears but he has denied DAYTONA BEACH (API) -. and 22 rebounds, led the Doni In

Texas has one big player, center John Paul Fultz, 1-.. BEACH (AP) Top ,them. ;Five members of the Natlona I their easy victory at San Fran- I
Georgia has Jerry Waller a-7%. Wake Forest's biggest man seeded Ray Ruffels of Australia The split between Ford and Association for Stock Car Aut) cluco.Vlllanova. Cage Eye

is Ronnie Watts, Ia.r meets Bolivia's Eduardy Coro Wilson was generated last Racing will be recognized (o r and St. Joseph's of ,
Georgia and the Gators have the momentum going for stlaga today In the fourth round 'weekend by word that Wilson heroism at the NASCAR victor, Philadelphia also stayed In the
them next week. I look for the two Southeastern Conference of the Orange Bowl Junior Tennis :aides Bob Nussbaumer, Don dinner here In February. unbeaten class and tipped their
teams to make the finals. And for Florida to win a fifth Tournament. 'Doll and Lei Bmgaman had Special heroism awards wl I records to 7-0. Vlllanova Gator Bowl MeetFlorida's

B' Cator Bowl crown. In another boys match of the been fired. The reports were go toNed: crushed! St. Francis, Pa 101M
the Run I confirmed Monday when .'ordlaid Jarrett driver fron at Alloona and the Hawk
I tl I
and
Caught on under division, sixth-
two other assistants, Aldo downed Bowling Green lO-44 In r basketball! a I ton Tomlinnon lead the UF scoring
Fans looking for tickets to the Gator Bowl basketball tour seeded Francisco Guzman of :Forte and Sonny Grandclius, Camdew S.C., who walked Ink I the opener of a doubleheader .t will regroup Monday In Jack with an average of 12 pol I eta
ney next week cat purchase them from members of the Ecuador goes against Frank ;also 1 had been fired following the flames to pull the late Clem I, Philadelphia. Tempi whipped ,nonvllle for participation In the each for five game Senior I
local Tipoff Club. Call Tom Dobson for Information .Ala Conner of East St. Louis III I mord-Wilson-Anderson huddle. (Fireball) Roberts from his caat Pennsylvania 73-59 in the nightcap 'Kin' annual Galor Bowl tourney Brads Henderson Is scoring at

bama's Joe Namath expected to sign a professional football third-seeded Bill Harris of West Wilson had hired all the as- Charlotte, N.a of the twin bill at the Paler 11.4 and snphom r* Jeff Ram-
pact after the Orange Bowl game on Jan. 1, that will put Palm Beach .is paired against ,.Manta except Fort*. Fred Lorenzen of Elmhurst,, Ira. The Galore art defending .y la at ..t.
received like Stan Muslal Ted Wile Julian Ganzabal of Argentina. III.; Larry Frank of Greenville.
the money by people The firings followed reports champions and will have to This Is Sb said
good >
liams, Babe Ruth, Billy Cannon and Tucker Frederfckson Competition will be suspended I hat some players had complained SC., and G. C. Spencer of In Army Booed battle Wake Forest In She on h
Juxt what w want In t *
In the minor league category What's the world coming tomorrow, with quarterfinals about a variety of problems man, S C., all drivers, who removed Army, on Its way to neil nightcap of the lint two-game W
of scoring. are tryingto
to? After Ole Miss lost to Tulsa last Saturday In the set for Saturday after Christ I to top Lions brass over Lee Roy Yarbrougr I weeks Far West Classic alI inwsm on Tuesday, ()ec:. 2>. way control the ball better" tAke
Bluebonnet Bowl a slightly inebriated Rebel rooter got Into mas. 1 iV'ilnon's head. from his wrecked and burned I Portland, Ore, was booed at Georgia and Texas will play good shuts and play defense. I
the Mississippi dressing room He not only was bounced out An unknown It-year-old from Not tile Same car at Daytona Reach Dayton Ohio In toning to the at 7:10:: p m. that day with the think kids are really staring
: by angry Ole Miss players for some remarks he made, the Brazil Reno Flguelredo, ousted! Ford was asked by a news- James D. Ellmor of Falls I Flyers 41.33. The\ Cadets played IT Demons game to follow to our get the hang of this type
staff of his Rebel flag was broken by players and coaches second seeded Stan Smith, the I nan If Wilson, coach since 1957, Church Va, an assistant start' a ball-control game- that .t I:IS. basketball and certainly they
Joe( Caragiola, a real funny man, had this to say when U.S. junior champion from Pas I Iadelll tad been stripped of his author)er at Manassas, Va, who threw, aroused the (ana' Ire. Coach Norman Sloan, pleased ,played well against each an
be was named to replace Mel Allen as broadcaster of New Calif., ll-l, M, In a third i I ty to make player trades and n the ground Dave Welch, on I Taylor Like, the Army with Florida's effort In a'I'outstanding team as North Car.
York Yankees' baseball games, "All I can tell you Is that round match Wednesday. i I:un his. staff as he saw fit. fire' from a gasoline explosion I coach, said afterwards that he 7J M win ever North CaroIna I llns."
I'm glad Pa took out his citizenship papers." Garagiola who Figueiredo, playing his first Ford replied: "The authority as h* refueled a car, and helped I sympathized with the fans bon last Monday, noted today
began his playing career as a catcher with the Colum- tournament out of South America isn't the same as before In extinguish the flames. rinse "thl type of lame I la noun that teamwork and balanced Sloan said, "North Carolina
bus Red Birds of the American Association the same year combined deft touch with 1 1a Nllson'l mind." NASCAR's annual ipnrtiman-. to ,watch tI. explained be nearing I.I bring to make Itself I I hit a pur field percentage and
yours truly started writing about people like him, said an fine assortment of passing Ford said that no player had ship award foes to Lloyd Din I employed the ball-control tactic apparent In the Galore scheme [I credit this more to our do
Italian vegetable peddler In St. Louis told him this. when he I shots to overcome the hard- (nmplamed to him personally of Buena Park, Calif, and will I to help protect the Injured ankle :,if things I fense than anything else W*
Joined the Cardinals as a rookie and was honored by his hitting Smith. I I Je said some may have talked! be presented at a dinner hi I 4 Mike Sllllman. the Cadets' Sophomore Gary Keller and I lot after them and forced"plOt

neighbors from "The Hill," as they call the Italian section In !the other upset, a Unlver- '1 with other LIon, officials Heinserted Anaheim, Calif, Jan. t tar, I senora Tom Bailey and Dick I I lercentait! hurried shots.

of the city. In his best broken English the peddler said. lily of Miami freshman, Larry the firings of the! as- Dane gave up his car In a The Murray State Thoroughbreds 'I as,vsenty as cacaos plea SAM. U.'UALL. ItavsvseeeN
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Duhrman of Coral Gables down rare at Sacramento, Calif, so ', .., ...... an a.. NN ,7" w IC a 'If
name ends In E-I'-, gulls name In the paper, no killa some ed sixth seeded Felix Bautista First Games mat one of his two friends battling the final of the Sun Devil Clansic a row a..ae a n .... r u NIl so n a. .iiiDee
at Tempe, Aril, won the I t.w.ew..s fiN .a' 16 N .AM 5' le M ",
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I Antilles. Harris, the No. S seed Steve Condo scored points Calif. had wrecked his Ma"7_ It e1 e e eLtoein .

defeated Jamie Preisley of t or losing Oilers and Keith Auin 'car In a time trial When h* gotten's Paul I Good's ;, '- 1 sn mw I s a. uw are
Palm Beach H H t had I for Raiders. Bart At- ) car, h* flnbhed/ the rl'fahe.d srect I 1. .. ..... In" aid waearee

mew ucaon... lines'. P..I arwA.. Guzman turned m a M, 4-2.rater had 7 points for Buffalo of Bui Amkk: of Port .. asCeeepapa. ......
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LOS ANGELES (API Elgin Cold Coat totaled 114UIS4.

Baylor, his kg trouble apparently JloiringStandings fTt-HU with the I1M belt
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Baylor collected 43 points -."...". .:" .a.sw : : II I, ; and Bin Kerkewr, at Ghristmas
Wednesday night to leading th*UUN o. ... c..w_ : : Jr, Pepia' Distributor, I 1. ,
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torn LeRoy Ellis and Jim bag. a wv sa, I II my 42nd oevlee, ,
.'together with Baylor. they = a s Early Baseball Presents rick sa L ""aVxwtin yi

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4 stars Jerry West and Rudy s : rev .....Ift aigs*** for .. .-.1u4 **.*... ".14......' at KSSMM City with M ... OM .h a* ttcU t asth
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ChtiJtmatct I By BOB THOMAS: why I think U', essential for I hour day, often on rugged locations. I '
; 6Ct AP Movle-Televlsion Writer star to play throughout a series .
HOLLYWOOD (APA matron and not while his ,
disappear assistants "One thing is never men
I of middle came to' : f'bere
years up carry on for him. It tioned among the 'Fugitive' is a
David Janssen in a restaurant rt
gets confusing and frustrating\ company," fee added. "That Is .rl

T A. ':'saw maybe recently a one you'd and.armed said better man slyly,go outside I find Just: for His the theory vIewer.may" be sound, butt So what far would I haven't happen, except if I got for sick.the i special( warmth of
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him. results In a backbreaking usual flu or laryngitis. I carryon ,
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was not the first time he bad
heard such badinage, nor 11'11111 i
be the last. But he willingly ac- friendlinessin
{ cepts the repetition as part oils sense of
duties as television's highly; :
jvt vet successful man on the run. .
I "The Fugitive" has ascendedto I.'i'. (:tWf tbS greeting" at
,, the upper reaches of the audience
ratings In this, Its second 6br stmas tune
j season, and seems to be in for along
As the doctor accusedof
;i iW wife run..murder. -a one.armec ri, May your Christmas the
in all good
D man really dunnitJanssen 1 I and
must bear the brunt !of limitless bring you all the Joy
gags tt
ufobcs brings
i The most common crack is your loyal friendshiphas ) ,
that there is a one-armed man
nearby or that Lt. Glrard is outside -
and I'd better get moving," brought to us.Warmest.
fi I said the actor.
I 11 don't mind, really The essence wishes!
of television Is intimacy,
UniversityCity
I and people think they know you,
I For those pleasant friendshipsin 'since[ you come into their living
; the past we say, "thank you" room every week. Or maybe
: with ,with us it's the bedroom, since I Iwe're
a genuine sincerity..
( t on at 10 p.m. Television
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Wednesday.
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We hope this Christmas is a
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THE CHRISTMAS SEASON WITH THEIR FAMILIESTHE visit old friends, exchanging YP

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\ December 24, 1964 Gainesville Sun 21 ,



I Who's Best Outdoorsman in Florida for 1964? I I




CCTDOORSMAN THE YEAR TO BE NAMED Bob Feagin, Florida Times Union, Jacksonville: John Penne- and eagles. These birds are protected by both the Stale and I. Too hot
The outstanding Florida Outdoorsman of the year will be kamp, Miami Herald, Miami; Paul Mains, Florida Outdoor the U S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Unprotected birds are 2. Too cold
picked at the April meeting u. 'he Florida Outdoor Writen Writers Association, Jacksonville; Chuck Kindred, President. crow starling, English sparrow and vulture. 3. Too much dredging
Association according to Elgin White, president. lush Walton League, Stuart; Bill Abbot, Florida Outdoor The list of protected animals that may not be taken at 4. Not enough bait fish
White stated that anyone who had made an outstanding Writers Association Tampa; Max Hunn, Florida Outdoor any time includes doe and fawn deer, Key deer, cub bear, 5. Too much commercial fishing for "reds"
contribution in any field of outdoor endeavor In Florida Writers Association, Miami; Braden Ball, Pensacola News panther, Everglades mink and Florida weasel. Beaver mink 6. Too few fishermen holding their mouths right
would be eligible for the award. Journal, Pensacola: and Ralph Hager Florida Outdoor and otter may be taken only during the trapping season 7. Fishing from the wrong side of the boat.
Contestants will be Judged by a committee consisting of: Writers Association. Tallahassee. December 1 to March 1. Doe deer may be taken under special S. Failing! to"outsit them."
I The Committee has established the following rules for selecting regulations during regulated managed hunts or specified MERRY CHRISTMAS! !
the award: wildlife management areas.
i 1. The nominee must have been a resident of the state of Protected reptiles that may not be taken at any time are 1 I
Florida for at least one year. alligators crocodiles, and black caimans. SI Verp Berrp(1r
/HJt wUReJ fht Q Hap 2. Either sex will be eligible. Aldrich said anyone killing protected wildlife Is subject
3. There will be no age limit. to arrest and prosecution, and extreme caution should be
4. The deadline for nominations will[ be March I, 1965. used while hunting. ( 1 t m as
5. Nominations will be accepted only when submitted on an Northeast Region Game HarvestAn }
& SOO Olt\ I official nomination form. estimated 742 deer, 224 turkeys, and 124 wild hogs have
aH 6. A person cannot nominate himself. He must be nominatedby been harvested by hunters on the six wildlife management

j another person, group, or by the committee. areas In the northeast region from Nov. 14 through Dee IS,
7. The nominee may be outstanding in any phase of FlorIda
fromEVERYONE outdoor living.
> & The recommendation should Include the names of at ini Pa .
least three Individuals who know and
the nominee can attest '
at- to his accomplishments in outdoor activity. -' ant1 "

Forms for persons wishing to make a nomination are avail -
FRANK'S MARINEMERCURY able upon request from Ralph Hager Florida Park Service, jCld I
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Tallahassee. Forms should be returned to linger when com .
OUTBOARD SALES & SERVICE pleted. .
1031 S. MAIN ST. FR 6.7629 Plans are to have the award presented to the winner by !: "itm J r/
I the Governor at the Annual meeting of the Florida Outdoor Frank 1'hi11..its. I :
Writers Association in June, 1965.Hunting r.
Reminder hll' o.tJ..e; t'eli''* t

Hunters are reminded by A. D. Aldrich, director of the "
Came and Fresh Water Fish Commission, that while the sea (
son is open on most game birds and animals, other birds ..
and animals are protected and not be killed or molested
may
for the
according to Brantley Goodson, regional manager -'
under any circumstance.To .. -
Came and Fresh Water Fish Commission. "Ii
Rafflc'1@i be on the safe side, hunters should shoot only
game 1- :
Goodson said that since the arrival of cooler weather, quail
birds, as most other birds are protected. The protected list
Inside
and duck hunters have bern Increasingly successful both .
Includes all hawks, owls, song birds, Insectivorous birds, and outside of the management areas. Squirrels have (

you i wading birds, shore birds, Ross goose,_ snow goose, swan. been very plentiful throughout the region Three bear have .l'I.., e '

been taken in the Oseeola Management Area during the regular 0

the merriest Christmas you season, bringing the 1961 total bear kill for this area O\V and In the future we sin.
to 11. Camp Blanding and Gulf Hammock are the only weal N
which classed animals, cereljr express our desire that
In the region In hogs are as game
have ever spent, filled to and kills were reported as 103 and 21 hogs, respectively.\ the Jo)sand Happiness of this gala

Estimated number of deer and turkey taken on each area be unconfined.
overflowing with oil the LUi 4JI I through Dec. 13, Is as follows: Aucilla, 111 deer and If turkey; season yours

I Stclnhatchee, 174 deer and 56 turkey; Osceola, 122 deer
in life.PERRY e.J and 41 turkey; Lake Butler. 137 deer and 10 turkey; Gulf
good things .
many Hammock 19, deer and 43 turkey; Camp Blanding, 10J
deer and 71 turkey.
nsiirsa RESULTS
I Lake Santa f.

?ter Mrs. Bobby Shlpman of SHIFMAN'S FISH CAMP reportsthe e ""' era t1
; following speckled perch catches from Gainesville: Albert
p Fusco 35, Mary Taylor 19, Jerry McMillan 17; bus catches
from Gainesville: Jerry McMillan one 7 pounder, Lewis
and Doris Gainey 4 to 5"4 pounds. Other catches were Edwin I
and L. T. Johns, Starke, 57 perch and one I pound
CO. bass; Oscar Terry and ion Bob Jacksonville, 24 perch; George < BUY YOUR FAMILY A

McGRIFF I and Irene Ellis, Hawthorne, 55 speckled perch. FUN
Suwanr River SKI BARGE FOR MORE

313 E. Univ. Ave FR 2.2564Wewishtt Sid Menge, manager of FIELDS Sporting Goods Depart.
ment has been doing fine on trout, but says he can't locale I
the "reds" He caught 50 trout with Mlrrolures on his last 1 '
trip out.The 10 largest averaged 3 pounds each,
horseshoe Reach
The trout art being found In the creeks now rather than ... i I

\ the flats. This Is true from Horseshoe Beach south through : ", t ,
; 11= Rlvl'r.AUr.rdn. ;'# ,. \,
Cedar Key and the Wacasasaa ., II
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Freud Water Fish
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B fresh fish luring Is perfectly '-.: :-
; Attracting water by baiting or I II .;
I legitimate In Florida waters' but don't try the lame for '.' v -- ..
game birds or animals as the practice Is Illegal, accordingto J
/b l..r. ,
itLyou an6POUTS A. D. Aldrich, director Game and Fresh Water FishCommlmlon. : \ air
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What Was tile Bait? "Under certain conditions attracting flub through bulling SK.. .k... It Ik. ,.*.!.. II ..., l.*ll, Ski ..'.* l..l*.klFRANK ..

a Pretty Judy Roman of St. J'etenWg'ii Sunken I can mike the difference between an ordinary day's outing II/w t.h." .h.l.... L/'..r.Nd..witfi.k1.e, la' ...,Ic"'chl".. the. it..",,.loll.N..4.. ..,_ Iin
A Amr
Garden; learnt a flashy finding outfit draw hat : and a successful fishing trip. Actually baiting fish Is at violas ..4 ....11.I. .
short blouse and abbreviated Jean, won't attract the, I the hills but It Is surprising how many fishermen are not .r..................................................

: big one*. Fish, that I*. But "he drew a flock of ad.miring familiar with the process. While many of the old balling PHILPOTTBOX
t f .photographer to record !her piscatorial feat. I methods are still In use, the practice has taken on a modern : I. UlCAINIJVILtl
look with some of the new commercial fish foods," Aldrich FLORIDA

1' OldYaghanetfjC11R15W1115 Evansville Still Loads said.Attracting fish follows two general methods. The tint of I .m ,Interested In ownUft!
which I Is to provide suitable habitat to attract minnows and
A1KIBARGMS' o 211'Q
small fish which In turn attract larger fish. In bodies of walet a I HBERGLAM lOAf
A HUNTER
Small College Cage Poll with limited plant growth, the construction of brush pllee a A MONARK ALUMINUM IOATO
.
I has proven to be an aid to attracting fish with direct: bwe- A JACKSON GLAMCANOI .
( I O X MONARCH ALUMINUM CANOE
fishermen
flU to the
I BY nit ASSOCI.\Tl1> PRESS It I.t no surprise therefore thaI a A McCUUOUGM OUTBOARD MOTOR
The second system of attracting fish .Is by actual feeding.
AU signs point to another a A MUIIII" TRAILER
the Aces named the No. 1
and another were This baiting II usually with cotton seed meal toy bean meal, o AN ILICTHIC" TROLLING Moron
t and a 7Jrfghtr devastating season team Wednesday In The Aoeo or with a commercial fish fond. While this feeding method O A RIUWQUO flM.WlLOOG*
national .m lI-culltlle basket.ciated '
fur the Press small-college poll attracts minnows and small] fish, the fond value of (the belt a A MONAAK JUMBO ICI CHESTO
ball championship A lJ\'O lO"f
a
for the third week
IndIana. straight aim attracts tome of the larger pantkh and catfish. AllSIDMOTO
and Prosperous Evansville With Ace Humn from showing They polled II of 12 firat-place I Fish do have a tendency la congregate as a source of free O A UHO TRAILER

r the way,Larry the Aces whipped Loul- voles cast by an AP panel "f. I food and many fishermen! maintain several baited hotapnte ,..... ,......... M. i* ........ ... .PNI./.1, N e
State last Saturday for sports writers and broldcalefi.liana : for the days when the fish don't bite. Caution should be used ........11, ..,.5.bi.. ""'..
The only dissenting vote went to In distributing fish food so as not to place too much In one
their fifth straight against ma- .
New ; High J'olnt. location, otherwise the food will sour before the fish have an N...
JlearJimmie Jar oppontnls. This gave them opportunity to use It. IAddeess . . II II .. .
The Aces thus missed
an overall!! winning streak of II, a ptr-
including a carryover of sia feet total of 120 points by just Crystal River Hem. Tel. .t h.. Iii------- .
,lone Mrs. Joyce Elmer reports from K. from last season. point The Grambhna TFIn
CRYSTAL RIVER, that Mr. and Mrs W, r Boswetl of Decatur >
fact, the Aces have a'Iers from Louisiana, unbeatenrecord
of 21 1 In their last 21'l/1roullh' Dee 21 like Evansville Georgia, with guide, Ray O'Brien, caught 33 trout, Frank Philpott's Sport Center
reds, and iheepihead near the mouth of Crystal River,
,amt.. That defeat .n at the\and High Point retained second .
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WHERE ARK THE RKDFI3II N tk
hands of Notre Dame and the plac. with a total of U points on I .wNtt* QUALITY SELLS ITSILS" -
Acs already have turned the the basis of II for first platt, The most Interesting fishing question of recent days due .*
to the unusual weather for December has ben concerningthe PI I.SOII ..II ...I"
tablet on the Irish this season. sloe for second, .IC. whereabouts of the redflsh. Some of the more popular OMM II ,. 1 sad 4 .. t t m. MM. shoe fii
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DEAR ABBY: Our daughter 1111 and a senior in high DEAR WAVERLY: Why anyone sbrald apologize lor guard- ISM 5W4 Tif bl&'r THAT KID Mt FEEL SO GOOD KbooL We have never bad any trouble with her but we have lag his privacy is beyond me. Helping a aeighbor is frieadUess. CLAUS!! I t lDtlT GET THE Y-YOCJ AN'TW1T OLD IArl IM ALL MY ROTTVI Jlj PRESENT; i=VIL EYE

never told her anything about the facti of life, either, ao we Lettlag people "se" yw b ioelisluMss. Let each pre- Gs st6Tht PRI ENT' U FEt. TIiLIR GnT UFE7ve _
I cant be tan what abe knows and what aba doesn't know. sumptuous neighber bow bow yoa feel the first time be oversteps U PROMiSEgSOWN1AIMTI 50 5 A5
Sbe and her girl! friend were invited to a university for a college his bounds, and don't worry.u.ut what your name will PIJTREF IIW'IOU Wrr M l GOOD?
weekend. It ii about a two.bourride. oo the but from be. S QUADRUPLE Wi4AMMY?
here. If you have a book on ALL the facta "'lil. for girl o .
that ae please tent it C.O.D. right away because the ii DEAR ABBY I have been plagued ever since my Daddy
leaving Friday on the 4.00 bus. I thank you. died sue months ago. You see, I had a new red dress and a
WORRIED MOTHER coat to match and I wore it to the funeral. At the time I did r.r
DEAR MOTHER: I could seed a book but evee if U were not even think of the color, I swear to you. I Just wore the
to arrhrt befcrt the bas left tt would be ppmbuately four newest and nicest thing I had, and that was it. Ever since
yean toe late. Yew had better have a nwtber-daigUer chat then have had ugly remarks made to me by my family. We
with her before abe beards die but are just poor folks. I am the only one of nine children who
e went to college. (CI went on a scholarship and graduated) I
DEAR ABBY: Lately my home has been like a public telephone am 31 and married. My mother told me that because of whatI TNAT S BEEN ELECTED "Cw AN'THAT'S
booth. We seem to be the only one in the neighborhood wore to my Daddy's funeral I graced the family. Please -- \WMEN IS A 6000 THREE TIMES A 600D
with a phone. For instance, this week we got three Iongdilt give me your opinion. HOOTIN'HOLIEReiTTIN'THEM OUESTICN, IN A ROW ON THAT ANSWER '
Ice calls for people who five down the block. They gave NORTH CAROLINA 5:: SNUFFY SAMEOAD6URNPROMISE
our number as their contact without even asking us. Then a STREET LAMPS !!
DEAR
NORTH I believe that meant
: yes a* disrespect by I-.
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woman I never saw before rang our .
Wbea
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.!I could DM our phone. I thought it was an emergency lear be decant think of clothing. How come, I wonder, tf the MAYOR BARLOW?
: trouble or aomethjng) but it tuned out ahe Just wanted to ether members of >jopr> family wen Ls such deep mourning %"4
confirm tome plans with a friend. She sat and talked for half
they noticed what yon were wearing? float let It bother yea,
!... an hour while I felt like a stranger in my own home. Last Dear. The Lord knows your heart was pure. ;.. t( 1J
"R night another woman came over around midnight to call a o o o : ,
tavern to sea if ber husband was there. I hate to be unfriend JZ
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but I don't like being taken advantage of. How can I get
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I. sings "Why Doesn't Santa Tabernacle Choir performs "What You Gonna Call I JN: O 03 Aaother World I APOWGRL IN smasct T DOIIIL I-cvi AWN1uy ut-NCO! Ky
Claus Go Next Door?" "The She pherds' Yo' Prttty Little Baby?" O T.Tell The Truth FOR 7NL DAD! /q. DINNL&TO MCT OIIbT4 OUR SORB MAYlflAr AYOIO lArAa rpt RlASURC M"t'
-Jingle Bella" and "51- Story" "Joseph. Dearest) 03 North-South Game la ""'l ARC IVAYTOMN ,M15f AUNT so )Oil ON 7NAT. I
FRIDAYMorslag wL- 0
lent Bowl TNtRAUNr, TNt STATION! PU LKL WML
Night" Joseph Mine. "The Miami's Orange CNACCAuN TY k
I.N: O 03 Dr. KOdare J Friendly Beasts." "AwayIn and Altersooa O Dcea NCR it is stir L
"An Exchange of Gifts." a Manger." "Thia LJt-. I.N O Sunshine Almanac "General Hospital I _. -
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On Christmas Eve, a tie Babe" and "For unto I:IS O Suaihlne Almasac "Young Marrieds" a as I .1ii'T F s
skid row alcoholic Is Us a Child Is Born" from O llumaaitles Oil "Trailmaster" win not tx
brought Into the hospital Handel's "Messiah." The ':ZS m Living Words seen" L g'
suffering from a serious music la accompanied by IM O World ClvlUuitoa ::U O News j LiTiI nn, +

A heart condition. Believing J children In India Nigeria) 03 Gospel Steak 1:11:: O (Color) You Das' SaID ; _
I he's about to die, the derelict Holland.1 I Uruguay, Au- <:U O Pastors Study I Popeye's Pals
hits on an unusual\ aria, Sweden and the)I 03 Color) ilL Neighbor I O Edge of Night >
way to take one last US. ':$1 O Farm sad Home I.N O Match CameO gft 4I
;' swipe at mankind. Guest,II IM I O Sound ol Christmas T:. O 03 Today Secret Storm -- I vs -

east includes Rip b Torn (Special) Baroness O Local News Weather D Peter PoUmus = wittTtFAT ousel..
$. e Messiah Maria Von Trapp, mother I 7.U O Ranger Iial 15 O News % 1Ce IWMANiIt {Ulan IN TIMa {IR Yp 00 YOY IRON! tiCALLINJ t wAS gust TNa CLaatATafG. s s NAwy

.'i (Special) The Handel and i of the famous singing! 7M Q Local News I 1 I 1 4:31: a Lease It to Beater wwAt WKR7NT, sd CRGAAriI 106K .ibiN 1LTY An 71CeN A eYTI-- JOIN MRTY.OuRINe,, A R.VNVY[[. NCi CAITMNi T, )HAT ON JAN- TiN YfAS Oi
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fi Haydn Society of Boston)I Trapp Family, welcomes'the J I.N O Captain Kangaroo I O Best of Growb. r r T colonel- was eLa A anvils[ ieti 17Ny, RUCLAR row? j,
[i\ presents Handel's Burke Family Singers tN O Divorce Court I''I 03 Movie"Distant 4 NiARO kuves-Ivue OITW MANE assessor .
F work "Messiash" malte\\ to a Christmas Eve I Bachelor Drums" .LACK IAJAMA N.1 I=-, ot.s ..
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peal) jT.lolaet Dear Hetobe: I They will com out nice and shield be couldn't find th 'I i''+ r HOPE ALL lATT1a :-T-1 I

bought soma plastic foam The plastic baskets thai I t I clean and alwyas stay soft furs scraper en o ueb+ia !Y Isoa NoT uhOM
rnbbej and cat a piece of tt In strawberries etc. 1OI1It'l11II. i I the baby. The synthetic pile So lie decided to try using th e s. vw" Tor air: m CIIfarU G P ?vr
Bk| shape of a sponge, then.come in, are handy gadgets I lorI (NOT real fur) on the outside plastic cover from one of the NG vrtr A sC .e.L SENT 1FFORF 'P 4 l
the bowe. of the toy can be brushed beautifully 'new coffee cans and believe I I tsK bOIME ; t
band o Hitched three layers of use one fur the wap pdi I with a vegetable brush. or not be bund that it wort_ L r
M CM eat side only. by the sink one. holds jar lids,, It Is all nice and fluffy and like ed better than the rtgulascraper.
ThJl makes the best dish another keeps my flngerna I 1 new again.I .
Iponge ever polish bottles in one spot. am I !Reader The cover bends !in one'
one may be used ss an eitn I o hand to M the curve of t k '
1 the
I W loam side to wipe
colander.At Dear Heloi*: windshield and peels elf i
I fa table tad the net aide to Iwt .;
Christmas I decorate: Ux good wide swath of frost a
KnteK the "stkkywith (for baskets by weaving red ribbm: The other night we had fros- each swipe.Seems ... nz+

I pines ntn tare little ones who through the sUes and flUJnj en dinners for the flnt tone, so many uses hav J
II after ate, I started -
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ometbaef mba their mouths. them with candy or cookies to liand we t'l been found for these new cant
j M Bin do). tally wrapped In red nylon net ( the IoU plates ."1'. but I bet no one? else though
I I Mrs. C M. Green Jr: I decided they were exactly I of using the cover as a scrapei vAa! t1i. Ti+txao
I. "Len't what I needed for my 11.1 Judy ... eTir w sEa1t rear ARMQD! t1.AAR K1l [14iT Ie A ALL TD dsf.e uNwAf nee You Iaif Ina
I o e 0j month-old daughter. She loves nu1Ne acs. N..sA7C_ canaw! ...A son AEftAwNEa Aeoer..a rq. q 1NI ene to Tlnsut AeCUT4'Tvi, 47r
j Dear HetoUe: IOI f1l+r NAYS viva WN.Tt! eurrnNO rla Tae Osn A
11 i 1 Dear Helolse: This hint Is for mothers u hues to eat from them since each v1 wens Mu( A lAwvt{[
I Left bar pity on the op t I- children have soiled stuff 1\I\food has Its own compartment! LETTER OF LAlGimJl _

u dan and people's temple ass' toyi If it drops oo the floor f tt Dear Helene: w
sax Buy a large bag of shredde I'doesnl break; tt b easily scald-\ ,I After five years of liar
Coat replace lost screws with, foam, usually less than a del(Jed for sanitary purposes and wear, our bring room set, aP
Hoots picks. We recommendthat tar. When the toys become >soil. tilt ridge Is Just perfect to keepI bolstered tn nylon fruit tad
one merely Job the tempthe' td. just rip out the closlni I the food hi till tray when she I Chen sticking up an ever
king to the front hinge teem puD out afl of the cottoi, uses her spoon. t t hit upon the idea el thai.
)frame and sew through this l iiand. atoll sg and replace It with th.t' Sandy Locklurt Ing. yes shaving ail the fiba
with needle chopped I with electric
tle holt a foam. clippers.It
thread, or use a tiny safety pinto I Sew up the seam again aix I Dear, HeWse: I worked wonderfully sariti.rbet
as not to strip the threads. 'line 1.15 s are ready to wash rigs II' when my father wanted toj the set loots Ue new again.
I Richards OyUal Iin juur .sihing maihine. (crape the trot oil the wind-I U Inc Room '

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.tiunday December 24 1964 Gainesville Sun 21i
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An NASHVILLE unidentified, Tenn.senior(AP) -(burning of his Model Ford 'Lore for AW ing.Born In Dublin, Ca., in 1851,

has faced citizen The company paid him $22!J i LifeBy Mrs. Roster and her husband
up to the challenge of,jdamages. Tough Exciting BATTLE CREEK Mich. (AP)
Christmas and faces 1965 conscience I The man walked into the of Maggie Rozler will celebrateher moved north In 1920. Her husband
free.Thirtyfive. 'flee of Aetna agent James L 106th birthday! on Christmas died In 1923.
years ago the : [ BILL HAGER Day with an open house
Busby Wednesday, announced .
man, hard hit Me o. .... ....
by the depression, the 1929 fire was no accident. I Sun Staff Writer Mrs. Rosier who lives herewith S..
filed a claim with Aetna Insur. and offered to return the mo her daughter, Anra Sears, t****,
ante Co. for !the accidental Wa man who has crossed! 72, said her for
ey. recipe a long
t paiwlth a User, tcaled a 1OOflit We LIII, It mmBUIVDIR life was, "You must have love .. fJW
STARTS mountain, survived tw l in your heart for everybody." .-* .

TOM,RROW GAINESVILLE DRIVE THEATRE IN I'wand a serious motorcycle 0e, "" ltlt". ..' i: .... Jit' .. Mrs. Sears Is the only one of ,......... .
crr. her eight children still surviv NI tie A.111 Mill 1:1111.: AI..Ocll"
EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA SHOWING never dreamed of coming peaks two Nepalese dialects'i
: la man who has mastered The people were friendly. I In addition to English. !I
ADVENTURES BEYOND THe OMITS IMA61NATIOI 'ivmguages. and who in 1957 L couldn't speak good English. .

.....BRINGING THE ,base the second immigrant they helped me. They told Shortly after he arrived In the _.C
SCREEN Irs GREATEST U, S., Jack was Involved In \a
SHOW what words to use! Jack
coifs country admitted to the accident In whichhe
OFF EARTH..II Today his English Is motorcycle from
til U. suffered a compound fray; ;A' i
lure of his right arm. He's glad
I Icame from Nepal, a tiny "I found out Florida really Is !the accident happened here, instead Deloach'sOld
I klnm! lying on the border of Sunshine State," he said of In NepalA
wef dia. He came to live In to Jack, the brightest city
it Is Gainesville. Now he local surgeon grafted a bone
Dame to live a lifetime here. from his shin Inside the Injure Fashion Meat MarketRATH'S
l is Canga (Jack) is a university town, a place ed limb, and recovery wa I
B air, 38, a unique personality many educated people swift. "I was really surprised,",
se dreams of the good And it Is a good place to Jack said. "In Nepal such surgery
ifeie realized with the helpof Is not possible." BLACK HAWK
You Will .. a family, he added.
GASP! Diversity of Florida press R had a family before he Jack worked at the UF cafe- HEAVY WESTERN BEEF

WONDER! t f "r, to the United States He !tarts for five years then took a Cut to Order
THRILL! g q years ago, Jack's future behind in Nepal an attract Job with the SIM What -A.Bur-
wasn. His prospects were i young wife and an 18-monflt Err; where he works now. :
3441 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. PHONE 178.2114MERRY
f daughter "Every week I
ittlifferent from those of his
INLUNA. You could not throw\ American to Jack Is happy with his present
money
9 mn countrymen a meagre -the street, or you would ," Jack said. my Job. The pay Is good. He CHRISTMAS TO ALL!IJERRY'S
'O bare existence in
COLOR E D IUDDIfUtIIIf1N tme, a rested he "
Np' n.i recalled. owns his own car 1 never
a where only about per I years after he arrived thought I would be driving
my
IIYER cenf the population is liter- 'So when I smoked
Jack's wife and daughter
car. In Nepal, only kings and
ate. or ate candy, I the MERRIEST
HElJEfFISStarts put seven years old by that time millionaires have automobiles,''
pens In my pockets. I were able to join him. And in he
Bi| 1957 Jack's life turned Indicated.
know where else to put he became a father again.
GAINESVILLE DRIVEIN's' on.,lout| associate Dr. Waldenm professor a r 0!In- he said. ones"I baby boy, the first of Napal- But Jack hopes to go even MADDEST COMEDY!
parentage ever born In the further In providing a secure fu-
elerrjry education, who al Dr. Olson's brother, 0.
Friday ROUTE 20 HAWTHORN ROAD S. ure for himself and his family.
,
the fc was helping to raise ion solved the
ne Is currently studying for
Nepl educational level. Jack, but only after his '
life may not have been U S. cltixenshlp, a test he hope Os
were filled to
TO EACH AND EVERYONE OF YOU Ja..as employed as a lime showed me trash overflowing. easy one before he came to tl o pats early next year. lie t
'ontiar then. He wanted a can but It often was ex plans to buy a home. And eventually -
MERRY CHRISTMAS! street corner. I thought It
He worked as a guide for
tl o lepthe English language. a mailbox", Jack : he hopes to own his own
And wanted to meet Amer- climbers and hunter restaurant here.

cans4 I became one of Dr. 01. His early days In Nepal. Jack's (e ell l l n is concern
DRIVE-IN soul ails. were confusing, but he
{
SUBURBIA e once guided two American
l ng Gainesville and Its people<
THEATRE i quickly by watching to the top of the Mahman-
"H ked with and he
me serving, always with a 'are the same today as they were
Bhot Road
a distance of
I liked 1 So he decided to help hand from the Olson In 19S7. have
I "They given me a
ocI
and
feet on two
Showing! thru Friday Nile Showtime 7:00 I me CM to the United States,"
.................. ,...................... ,Jack Jams. It was that sun- After a three month was confronted by tig :second life -anew lifeone
: : p le. Wnce In the U. S., Jack I Oregon where he worked on narrow mountain trails, 't never thought I would have.
111' xpen id some difficulties.Afte f field hand Jack left for I times the big cats turned And I am really grateful," he
i 1"IW9 : with Dr. Olson. They 1 1a fled, he noted. I aid.
,
was granted an 1m
j car, with the Olsons YrEaRORD
.A1Id ti reigns visa, he arrived 1 1rlsco I s Ightseelng guides for t h i worked is a cook: In a --
;San I Calif, follow wide eyed guest S. Army canteen In India
i.ng a ocean voyage In the World War II. And In
i Stan'itar Dafg N1G11.firsrfuq :ompa f Dr. Olson and his The trip ended In he was In Calcutta, dur N.ET.
II.I lerrtgtfi wife. where Dr. Olson helped a civil war between the Hin,

t hilarious, 6 Brand New Sootsactjon.packed : :get a Job as baker's i and Moslems "1 crossed a Presents r
Therfck ran into his first
the tJ where the blond flowed
: film! refit Jour Beatles favorites! University Florida t .
: I)iroblenH had heard the "
Service. Inches deep, he added. I
: ,. ,. .. I United tes clean. Handel's
1"'It' I. UNITED ARTISTS! : was very His first 1m press I In India, Jack mastered' oft

. ................ ..................... I I :Gainesville were lasting Indian dialects Ho also 1 i iN
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Crash Kills 3
A HAPPY-GO-LAUGHTER ENTERTAINMENT PARADE! /Y.-/N TNI1T.1Mq Transport II 1I

UMM4 I __, Ae.,,,,a ,Nt- SAN BRUNO Calif. (AP A have been recovered he said.

NOONAN MARSIlAII ECEN UUT TMiNa ST TIMES I our-englne Flying Tiger Air The plane crashed several iiTeowfghrrt30.ttt301
RAY lASH HITS I Line Constellation cargo transport miles from the airport off Skyline I HI. I'LL SEE

CHARLESROGER P lielmf. r. irtt A,.. She.I., ... I IL crashed: minutes after taking Boulevard and San Francis- YOU TONITI. .
M .1.:
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a ca 'I % ;'. .: I off today, killing the three co County Jail Road the deputy BUT DON'T FORGET
WILLIAMS SHOCNG! SAVAGE crew members aboard the air- said The area Is unpopulated ; FOR THE MERRIEST
USUAL I Ine reported. he said, about 20 miles from San I CHRISTMAS EVER
A deputy from the San Mateo Francl'cn, J
AT THE
., bounty: sheriff's office said the I'
mmvaav&K .
k- : The Weather Bureau at the SEE JERRYFLORIDA
rewmen were the
only OrM'Sboard
...... Z airport said at the time of the
w..W1.. tall rk Hc2ty I the New York-bourn? ,
ansport, which took off from crash visibility was three miles:
I
3rd .Curs sb wales ;San, Francisco International with light rain and log and a !,.
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ARCH HAH,J*. NANCY CZAR 2.4 C.H. A. 7 00 !Irport at 12:29 a.m. The bodies 1000-foot overcast. ,

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... NEW YORK (AP) Did you and Applied Mathematics Cen-

ever tee a computer playing ter of the Courant Institute of: &

Christmas carols? Mathematical Sciences.

They heard a lecture from
That was among the treats for
Henry Mullish an
New York University to see operations
associate, who told them a com ?
computers in action.
computer can add (
up 23000(1
As the IBM 7094 blinked its
numbers in a second. He al
so
lights merrily!! electrical Impulses Invited questions.

played such tunes as I Mullish asked the first question
"God Rest Ve Merry Gentle
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men" and "Good King Wences- "Why do( we use computers?"
laus" through an amplifier.
"Because ask 'o
you can questions -
Then the computer's lights I
you don't know," replied a
beamed a message "Merry 6-year-old boy. eO

Year Christmas" and Happy New Another boy had a question nir "Andthou, tttatt have !fog! and gladnesssad

for the computer: o
The 5- and 8-year.. lds from "What's the capital of : mini!) shall! rejoice at this binh.Ioula ." !

ftiblic School 166 In Manhattanwere France?" 1:14

guests at the Atomic En ""That's not the kind of question + f

ergy Commission's Computing I had In mind," he said ft .CI2S9.euer9 jOJ! and blessfmj




Creeping and Crawling
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Make Mark Normal I be sours at Christmas; time(
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BRANDENBURG, Ky. (AP:I says Mrs. Hicks I u Of "- F. OLIVER, Bid,.

f I Every day you can find I a The family doctor says there SHAOOWLAWN ESTATES

group of adults and teenagerlcrawling s Is a chance that Mark will be : ? Goinesvillo Phone FR 2-0866

til 1 around the floor 0:f recovered in two years.Mark'i HUBBARD CIRCLE GROCERYNW .
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: Mark Hitks' home playing cow LWe
parents and his sister, :
r boys and Indians. 16th Are. & Millhopper
} the Rd. FR 63MCill I
17 began
Marilyn program
This Is not child's play. 1 It' I

,I part of an Intensive "creepl swith: the help of friends. Then fl1g h ___ ___ __ __ "

and crawling" program d e-. one of the friends recruited I

signed to restore lyear-o I some helpers. Now more than II

Mark to a normal life. 200 volunteers are participating I I want ill of you

A substantial segment of the
CALL POR lIDS TROPICAL I
i residents of this village near tMietf bide will be received by tht'lorldo wontJtrful pieple?
Louisville housewives farmers '' laird of ,.... end HlllorlcolMomtrlilt '
ll thl Chomtor ol Commerce PONTIAC
ministers factory workers lulldlng. 411 '0 Unlyerllly ".....,
jilnwvlllt, Iorld.. until P.M., 11.T.. to enjoy| fhe
I and high school students are January 4 IPSO tor the below' dmcrlbedprolect very An I
taking part. neor Cryilol River, "lor la.
St... Protect. No 1IH JOH >l
I Mark's troubles began In the Intllon Mount Moo.um I but of Holidiyil Warm glow from the yule log..
ryitel River, Plorldl
j summer of 1963 when a case of lido will then bo opened and reM fppy WILSON'SEXCHANGE radiant lights on Christmas be,...
,
+ measles damaged his brain. loud publicly Tho Owner rnervoi thrght
\1 I' to occepl" or relocl ins or ell '
I After his release from the ho.. bide end K welvo' my Inrormellry its the happy look on the faces of your
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to moot bid In the bill Intirtit tS 1lllSl BS
pita!, Mr and Mrs James T of 5$,. Hole of Plorldo loved ones at Christma.timsmay
I'dt thill "bo" nccomponled" by g bid
Hicks started a program of .loronloo ol netas./ then live .percent/
r physical therapy to teach Mark (la per cent) of the omount ol II. bid I H you enjoy them all at this greatseason.BEVILLE'S .
which thill "bo" o certlllid chICk orceMilen
it I to walk and talk again., He chuck mido ....bl. to the I
0_. A bid bond) will not bo accept
learned to walk and to repeat OHIO I JOHN BALDWIN'S

... words but still couldn't perform ect Plint moy and bo .tpeelllcetlont..u.... tram for Architect ION pro Do.. SUDDEN SERVICE I
such simple tasks as feeding old RMVOI and Archltrct Dm Ironch
307 N.I. Plot 'Ht, Oalnowllle, pioIdo I
himself .
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t That's when physicians' prescribed by Oonerol Controctort to, YUL-6TIDe >t ''.4sa ,
the "creeping and crawl- denoilt of 111 lion tot Depoilt. will "berelundod "
up tt ten dew otlor opmlnot ,
Ing" program- The Idea Is to bids II Iho Contractor hut tubmlttio I
I In bonelldt bid ond hot returned th.
cells GAINESVILLENURSING
activate undamaged document In good condition Documents I
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his purchiMd by other! from 1h.
Mark's brain by retracing nbo: I
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tor 110 00 per ul and Individ'
development from Infancy. It's ail ...... will '... ,volume from ihblui CENTER .
printer it coitPlorldo .' ,'
working. engird ol Porkt and Hlllorlci NOEL I

"The words are flying now, M.mer IV, ?!. I MILIR JR NURSERY

\ Director. Florida Park ....Ice
'IN IIOHTM THi CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT'OP CIRCUIT,FLORID IN AND (:MID II:10, 17, 14 H.r.'11 wish: for Jay & GARDEN CENTERTO
01 lAs Sooitn
FOR ALACHUA COUNTY. IN 'HI CIRCUIT COURT 0' PLOSIDA
IN CHANCERY IIOHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT/ .nj Hipp;mil Ihrouontu.
CICIL J. KAMLICH end.wile IN AND P65 AIACHUA. COUNTY, the New ''..'.
ROIA LI I KAHLICH nil wltoMinimi AT LAW
CITY D' OAIHI.VllLI, GAINESVILLEPLUMBING
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TOi J. R. MONSOON end wile, MRS LAW NO MMNOTICI I
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k fun Dime It unknown DOMAIN PROCIIDINII'
Ancon Canal Zone TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
I Now York Clly. New York mo to ell poriono and peril.. having<
HARRY I. YARD and wile, MRS ir clolmlng my right, title" Intereil, e* y
HARRY I. YARD WhoM true ,.lo, "'.." .... or other lion H or In M.p. <ti16sLw. \y. ,
Chrlitun name ll unknown AnOM ..,.ii ol lend hirolnittor .....,llIId and I \ Vic grj
Conll Zone ,ho lollowlng "p.,..., together/ with elmknown II
I ILIANOR W. YARD P. o. Son sea pornni ciolmlno' by, through IjY I I \j\\ 1'
tilbea, Conn Zone. 'ir unoer known perMlnt who ere dud (
OIOROI I. POITIR one! wile, MRIOIOROI ir whe" ere not known lo Dt dead ir
I. POSTS. woods iruiChriitien .IIUlt I
Mme It unknown N. '. Mrs. Miymt L. Block, I widow i
CLARK and wile, MRS N. ,. fit list Unlvorilty Avonut
CLARK whole true Chrlilliin alma. Oitlnnvllle. Plorldo
A. A. CAMIRON, Individuoiiy PARCIL NO I
ll unknown
and 01 truitoo The .... toon feel of me Wail tuM INSURANCE ACE Y
0100.91 I. POITIR, and wlMRI. ,,:: fool Nn.. South Hell Ins toum w of theC4eMa9 i 2109 NW 13th St. 2901 I th2A
A. A. CAMIP.ON, wn 0 II fool of South....t Ouortgr liW '/0) ol I
true Chrlltlon nemo U ""kno..n. ..lIon :M, Tnwnihlp g louts Range
any ond ell unknown helrt ., lawn N heel. All IItln* and "", *'.""" offer our very
divluei ol HARRY I. YARDdecoMed C"'y. .'.. \ ;
end their ...peell.. unknown YOU AND IACH OP YOU Ire h.,. beat wishes for a ( !
IPOUMI II living. end ll "deed I Itto.l I' comm.n.,$ to oppear by tiling anniwor
reipoctivt. uninown IPOUMIhelrt I, to the Petition heretofore Illed merry Christmas
dovlMoi grantoei creditoror I n wn ceuw in. Ins ..... entitled Court <
other ..,11... elelmlng by. ,"w betorp Its cats d.y of December. V enJ and a very happy !
through under or egolnil thorn 1 14. to ihow .*hot .Iphtit's, Intorett.
and .ny aid .11 unknown pnsana n a. II.' ..'. you ,.y .' tow "... I" New Year rich in
..,tI.. t1Nmina OnO Ih', 1111. Or end lo the ii..... doicribed percol and I
"',....t I. end to tho MllewlnaIi how, "** styh.. elm. """a not
.,. In Aloehu Cainty Plorld0. b II ..li" far Ina Yin ..d OU,...... ash to our friends contentment and I :
SimlylPASCIL t orth ,In 'II. PIlIIa Iliad Mrsln, J'ICIzriitmai AND
VERY
,. WITNISJ my Mad end tool, of mid pleasure .
Lib Three IJI> and Pour (., ot heck court i on tht ,lit, toy if December. A.O. KENTUCKYFRIED 1
1 l 1
31 lo G. I. Potter Addition lelM
known ot Polrmount to High' apringiAlornuo .. J. I. CARMICHAIL CHICKEN ANNISPlumbing
County. Plorldo .. per PHIn Clerk oltBo Circuit Court
I Plot. look. "A', pies o. ol tea pubIH .- Alanv County. 1.ld.
record of Alochuo County PlorldeAll. I ICOUU huh I 214 N.W. Uth b HAPPY
.. a .porSen of LoTwe 121 a/ lyI smut W.'lIou. I 207 N' .I. Iftk A... Co.
Ml 0 I. Potter Addition O.y O
0.N07
r.S": : : 00 Polrmount lo thiClly I IC 51101' II 3. 2/ .
II ol High Iprlngi, Alochuo County .r I i
'10,1.., ol per plot M Plot boo
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",.. pogeltf Ih.subtle record ol r td yil1'te
Plorldo, more earns NEW
AIi hue County :
vlrly dOoerlbod ill ".",1..'., a M.S. WehefTne
corner M leld let t thence run t1'FF i
North' M dog'_ U mlnuloi H lot
ondi .... MII tool to the Hole ROM 1
Heel
.... N right of win thence run North
:34 ........ 41 ", Inut.. :34 Mcondi woi.. merry season Is at hen
III toot with nil told riant ol wn. YEAR
thence louthwouerly Me rat moro ileu .
to We iW comer at lied' Lot I and v.e hope K containsa
thence run SaWN el dtgrMO I' minutet
:14 ..._' .5 lilt' IM tool lo Iho PointPARtSlT se multitude of blessings for each lou.

/:: IICommence i!"
ol Southwell corner N :;. Thank for
SINS II of O. I. PeUor-t Addition you your patrons
otie known .. Pilrmount to tho ,
city ol High 1",1.... echul Casa ) .4. ind toed: will GAINESVILLE HARDWARE
ty, Plerldo M per plot recerdmPlot ;:
Soak "A." pogo I ol public "
record ol Alechuo County Plorldethenco TECH TELEVISIO
run leilerly Slang tho Northrigni GREETln6SMerry I and BUILDING SUPPLIES
Inc.
fooll ol thence way lino run of Northerly un Avenue",.lIti lit SALES & SERVI I'I ,

to the Wail Ind line to the Joists
right of "winla.. of Iteto ROM "..

0 auM tent I'K 5MIM tI\\; ,: add t A Chruttros" J

N.. M .o e point wMcn. mtorwctiV and a Happy New
oil md ..tr.Nmince run loumoriyOlont Year with sincere Merry
.
** loit flgM ot w y II. ol
wail ant Sinai to IM point ol bogintult oppreciotion for
...... your continued Christmasfrom
'OU All' M111PY IIIOTI"IO/ MN potronoge.
not Ilan tiiod ooiimi yov m .ttxClrtVll .
Court Of AlKlluo County. PWMo. ;\. ...

.. In CICIL Choncory.J. KRAHUCM M wnkn sad IM PontIKo. ROU ERNiE TARTLW. Rlf.At I the Staff .fC Vtttl

tat'LII. KAHLICN II 1ft .of, Ms ms*1*_, ,...d.asne.d N dada. .* M..i. c.. I.e.212swJA I iiit ville Sun a itmfllMay

.londt.jonoonr. ... I
M. last to tM foum doy ot MAY YOU 1:.,...,illo. Pkg' .. .u..uo : Classified DepartmentDENA'S
Hill MlkO' ail you ors Korocy roouIrM
to fllo Iporoonolly or by. ottomoyl wimIn
C- of Hid CowIN Klo oMko. ki

H..1 Alochuo, Plorldo.County your CourlMuio omwor or oWhor .Inolnwvlllo ", ULn'DIIiun you be among those who enjoy Christmas
N to .IM Comololnt. Ino
I ..id tolniioi.tult on or ony....... .... tm oMy M

was J---0 copy IMroof upon. .."... S J..... -i; tu& the year 'round. for the spirit of Christmas
Pal omco Sad tit Oolnoiulllo Pkyo flllt WITH lilt l
AHomoyo tor Pto'ntltfo.HIRIIN .
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PAIL MOT or don pro cam
OMW will bo .Masi ..-, you lor Is a part of our lives now and ever.
... M1.d..rina... kj IM ComotoMTHI J
aAlNltVILLI SUN S NiSA Of IVIIVTHINCIKG
t pit .5 ,1.N tNCWN0 M A51's.CwaSo. .
AUrld M i' .W ds.51Nadis I 9
... PS5iSi0a III 551,5 M" Silica.
d II t ..... M. pve/1NIN -. wail tor Nat -0258Wayne
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WltnoM I illy 01 T
told Court H .-..... Aio<"uo Conn
a,. PMriM "IM, M t>o y u5 Doc....... Moreland Coy Rewell
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M Clint Of MIOl CIKIrlt CfMfluAart

CHIRIH MALISCoouly OI\ The Kifgore Seed Company .
ClomATI

/P. 0. !Iii 4JOHNIS in \ Division of Asgrow Seed Company VERSON'S GARAGE

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lor 51.n11NCaI beauty
Ploy, .NIM 315 NW 16th A VI. FR '- 4$9 I
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please accept our sincere ;
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BESTWISHES AIRWAYDRY
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WASHERETTE
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ASHLEY BEAUTY CENTER MJ, your (:lirmlm \>f mini and peaceful q a
and jour Newrt bright and g.yS t f .+:! '


CHRISTMAS S'ti' \0 Commercial Painting, Inc./ 4

t31iRIEEIlIt101 b 920 N.W. 8th Place FR 6-2758 i

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W. .R with to 'ifnd to you Chntlmtt f .%
greetings and good will, .nd m.y boundltil .j May your evt'Wi'! 1 I Mn. Audrey O'NwfFR
Holiday cheer b*yourf. To our vtr'Widtn 'R. be for the realized Holiday Season thot'i I MH2I
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leg circle mends w are'ip ei lly gnttDAN / our with for you. J. .
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EIAE'PNEW YEAR!

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It hen btin privllt" to
AND NEWS STAND .
serve you end w will

i 18 W. UNIVERSITY AVE. FR 2-8831 strive with every start 19iM'il
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end may she !
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0 ..,', HAPPINESSGAINESVILLE
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Christmas has always been a time I -"

of friendliness and good cheer. One of I
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the eldest traditions is the simple well .

wishing to one's friends for a Happy

...J Christmas. 1-
CHRISTMAS it t Hw /for counting out


/ ; Vinirtji.f for ocknowlydging l < with gr.liln
MEQRV&rtl.m116SUNNYLAND[ loyalty of our /friends. mid for expressing .pp'i

(iaton, and good wishes that the yulets4r will bea

j joyous and happy .wo" .
'3w ...... .. ye.1r..ry .
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BEST C ;, \)1).p: WISHES'tI


PACKING COMPANYGAINESVILLE From the Empleytt of HULL'SIIAKI SUffLYl '


FLORIDA Howard's TV & Antenna Service IIAIISM......Aluvnlll.1fT. yew
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{ ,I 11 l W. University Arc. FR 6-1359 SIGNS
and a happy New Year, ( CAV
jn w11irh we hope[ sincerely
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that everything nice comestnes
II your way,and to stay!

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EDWARDS INC.
:; PEPSI-COLABOTTLING

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for a happy holiday
(1 all our good riindi.

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year just past. We hope that your Christmas is a merryone

complete with all good things and that your New
I D Year will be filled with peace and prosperity.

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FROM
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DEADLINESTuofc SPOTLIGHT
WORTHWHILE THIS WEEK'S IS ON
Inn pn. p...... -

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T D Ide..N.... II....111 IuI12.0' Pw i { 1900 SW nth St

A Par No to II k1 MeMo p.1 s Omen* It cur* pIN.YN *t th* Conor! GOina5.5 Seff '
''''. sat.IMlalmuns. PersonWANT
.. li1htipg, Hracliv dotty 1 tut *r5.05-bar muilj II*
4 Ikioi)
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-- ,A Itrok oiportly kr il.4 u Tour toil* 55 Ik* opn

Month In Ik* dining rm .r .njOT Hi* plooiont St.

CLASSIFICATIONINDEX FINANCIAL FAMILY RATES mmpjkr sI I.sq..plihl.s.l cMklil l loll.|.. lath
for lush hem II N 2 mi for oliii- '
rtomi or* po
1 1 Imar.ps ,. 7
MRuilnm JOe ??, ,
OmortwiitiM while tha 04
nor Iran 4 lo 12. lounge may q
J1 Moony to LowMMortgigoi I Iniortlono ". .. tk Uno III I I Ik vnlnfri .
|ay>4 frm 11 I* the morning *
4 Imortkx .. lc nn.II AC. 5.p.tl.1! holiday .ovon.nj sAlt Ik* G* *rl Ctlni.
Jl Mont, Wontod Inwrtiono .. .." |fc (.in, READINGIN
ANNOUNCEMENTS D21IPY
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I "M Monwlom
Tout diorgo comouM oy
I Cord Third wmplyir. Mol lime i r..* W.Kk for Nut Wi.k'i SPOTLIGHT
Hoot 4 .......* MERCHANDISIWwtod live ..,.... MTOO par Ik... ADS
4 NraoMlln" forvlcullpocM 51 I* guy onio4 x nwnbor. *l _..... 'AU\4'\\u.Cl,

Tr.wl Intatn UMKlllflory ft TaleW
Nol_ lauding MoitrloliM k AMUSEMENTS .,. DINING DINING.DANCING *
JPIortttlI COCKTAILS
lot? IIItwI, OiM e...* tI AnllquooM HWHholOoodl 'vW IHi ., II. 11.1 a, LORD BYkON;: S
Point PALM UNIt UNIVERSITY INN
I Plow T. Oo And Mlle fur .... lane M I IIMO. ortflwry typo TOPI In tnhkml Knit Will i imoiuir sm/A Doss vry nigtil tor your on.loymont DUTCH TREAT Ctionool Sin Doom, lmar...
Things T* to* a TrMIng PMM Announcements 'lockrl to |o witli tftouo.. (ram A.M, to I A."MMM 1802 W. Unlv Av.. boor*. Cwktill How I to ,. Idrlnto
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Pool" Oil 4 Wood iporttvoor Pd. earlWMI.. OPEN 74 HOURS A DAY "
*1.d In. '''' t A M. I* IM miniN
I 70 loot Motion Iqul' 12 point JUlY to Jockol "sneer i miss lorIS NOT SPICY ,mr-- PM Homlrol owl III. LoHimlrot
AUTOMOTIVE n Comp Hunt PM hm n I IkM. irfuwry. typo cobioo' oil .r und, rib' In t... PUNLANDA.us.n.nb 1.0.11... Item PIMA 150555 IOM h_W.. ."II. PR UMAPVMtnl ._ ,
I LOST b FOUND U.. mohilr or knI11Me wor Cr1.nOwN .. nunnnMm la loMior In :
MAIrplon' loloo-RortM, 1 OHIc' lqu''lpmon| .,"_, P..torn nn .1... t-Ilr bill to Says ash 01111 ,'..i t* suit" your ._Hio. III till
71 Trucki tor ...* IMwiul Madtandlos, THE LOSTLA"O' lllel_. '"r..7 Ae. 5100515 SHELLEY'S 372.6582III DlNI 4 DANCEOISRCPORV
18 LON04tAIUD CAT AOMIIINN W. Unlv. Asa.
Wont* Point
17 Truck Nu"",1I5aId. moslly 11KS.l.wo5 TM11y.lIvs. will In colno' tor WiltMitwn lOll WS.5 U.I..I.. ASS. l.oi NW til Avo.
M Tractors 4 Track RmtoliU odd II connMttoni $5. ISIS _
Trillcf ......) lane II 4 HMO ondiwry typo POUND 'ONTINTI OP LADLE 2711751$ Ion lit clou mollln ondipoclol DINING 011., ,."'...... II.oeiiwa51dw DINING-MUSIC .
REAL ESTATE hondlln, herd to L N t cons too c time
FOR SALE ....
II Motorcycloi t IcootonM untold driver1 Ik. ond etherP.N. W05457.' 0".0.11I. Wn. N N11.' A 6 W ROOTBCtR STAND COCKTAILSCTNtRALT
AuHjmobll. Ropolr D Mobil Homoi fir loll, Owner lioy ante ins Norlore .iron 0_, P. 0, ... 101. Old ITALY IN GAINESVILLf? nor NW inn uim ,
a Loll mar lot" 24 Point Ill HI Ird It CHIN. notion Nr.. VoHr II, N VNIW DIM' by condM.*..l bl Ill Otl,'|... AM 11,15 PM. GAINES
U Aiitomooll lor Ion J4W..orlront LOOT 5...." bound ......,.. IIKIIM prism' plslnly' PATTlAN NUMIIN5NAN. till oimowtor III ItolylMANAP.OI fOODl"
M Porolin ft loom On ProportyII shears An. ADDI'" Sad ION' RltTAURANTopoclollroo OIUCMIiMN STEAK ROOMPMlurlm
sans I HIM .., hondlcippid pot
*r liury typo SUN TAP Pr... ond ClKlkli
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UAulMWontodEDUCATIONAL. Hou. fir lowMConogoo .wlro to tho ....... *| Sinn.' Ro- In Loina Pltio MICHIIO o
fir low, word. (." 411.3521. POR 1NII Ml dMlninoro ond oinor ..,..55 iioiloo Pond CASUAL ATMOIPHIRt 515555 mmtsd N 1O5I, mnstOIn
liililonl to knit croclwl Mini Sur M5t5. HO"M' INI
5.550
17 Real litllo. IKftoniolM Snort Pluo 1 PR 11 ..".,... onvroldory. UN Hoolhorno. Rd HI P.M. SCHOONER ROOM '''' '* im..li ,* ir,.._ '
Riol lilito WontolH PI. I) PERSONALIZED SIRVICI ", dolll' cl.' ... l..td U Ill 4115 ClaM_MaNwA Imw Unlv, Av*
36 .:*nli Sot now Nord.ocroft cotoltifVALUtt -"MOMI"cooKiNO i 'iLAV"aT- : .:_ COCKTAIL *
Out 01 Town Properly .
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TO CKlckM ,. .. 5.555
LEARN DRIVE
II WMII 4 limnetic 40 .u.,.... Proportta "MPL""DPUALLIl M COMPLITI Null' CaaN.1a dlnnort IraO II earls LOUNGIS *
It Urn M P DIM 'ATTIRNI In d>lu... now fiullt lorvln Iram PAM 15/ PMTOWN
Minlc. Oonclni 41 RrllMntlol Incom *r iury typo PUKING *
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Ps lord llor Protonto
15lnMrtsep.rbK HOUSR PJIITAURANnu Get Hcsu1ts Party Puck MM
RASP WAY OIl'VINQ' 54:5005.Llet
20 Wontlfiotivctlo 41 Porml 4 Acroogo 10 ants newt IVD" yn It 1HO CyP lll IOIINUIInno
1154
WANT Ill's to 177141
41 Colors Proporty lolM 1 1ADS' .. AifwHcnoro Mt Mutbloullhii
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EMPLOYMENT KUT 'N KURk IIAUIV SALON -- - y DUtoronltnnoi
11 Pomol Hl" WHIMII Tn tolnoovni" IM 1I Ianp a. 5 .- ADVERTISE IN TilE AI TMI ,*. txom
win not boncornct M ,IIMIL
BI'n51ladMm. FURNITURE '\111 Want Ad 555 NW litn II
Milt, Nil* WonM. 1S.pan/1bI. lor asses II. son I ':10- Nta05M II N MN -
11 H.I, -N\..* or Pomolo RENTALS (- _'..... Mr will Ubo I I. II..... Av*, V'M UPHOLSTERY SERVICE DIRECTORY Ah ERI'ISR IN TILE
11151515." on* orrar bi M.vortliomont pp.n slpS tow posh',
14 loin' HUP WwM. 4>l Colorod Propony Ronlilo. to a *rww niontItlM Por to* qualIty woriinioniMI SERVICE DIRECTORY
44 Coltogn lor Rat .... COO 01 HI* OPK 00.wnnomont. 4 SPECIAL NOTICES Mil -- --- ----
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II Work WInd: MIlo 41 PurnlilwAptt.' cu_, ay .NN M*INm......III,_... ..,.. 151" 15 11.1. "'" bO 155117''"'' GAINES)72-iM2 VILER TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT LOUNGE CAFETERIA OR PLACI

N UnfurMMw4 Apll. 11I.---- tor Ofiyon Ww dim not ENTERTAINMENT IN THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE
47 Houwi tar Knit Pvr*. moiofioiiv" plod in* vim" *| bow Many Chrlilmooml UPHOLSTIIIV OP I
FARMS > LIVESTOCK Hou... fir Rout UMvni. IK* _,_. Hwy A- /l.rn5r5UTT1 NOM Voor.an Pros ,litimoroo-PKI... NW. ID* It M ash CALL 378.1411. I

41 Rooml Mr P.Kit Tho Oolnoivlli. Mel roMrvo MOSILI 140"11 51v.ry.II'A .
M Firm IwlpmontJ7 '. W Mcbllo Homes In. Oflvil- 01 raviiino or rokxllnf > NW nih it

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I $ Cloon out the Closets & Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra tosh Person to person od. or. for non commercial ....n silling m.tchondi.. priced f''

1 0 4 3 at $100 or less with the soiling price stated in the od. No additional costs for ads that require the full 10 days No refunds for ads that ,

DAYS' LINES bring quicker action. ,


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

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: I I 112 Mobil. H.", .. For Sol.MOILIINNOOME II Hou..s Por Solo IS HOUMI Far Sole II Hewn far Set.pka 15 Ho..... For Sal.

.. THE TIMEIS BR, lit b4lh Krgi p.n.M llvIng DUPLEX .ec n ,po'mon' h..rIwo IUY DIRECT FROM BUILDER!i iS5 FOR SALE, OR nee KENT.Sttpnon I BR.Cost.HIoqulpwd -
eomminloa
room kltchon, thMtyyird. BR'S. sod U compl.1.1fur.' reduced, m
a Nsmr =. 1350 down, K7 nlirwJ ImlMit' 1 Income propny I b.m. kllOwi _''ppIICI, shoo010 NW :Imd PI. C.l
m N w IJHI w. .per .... No clmlng co.... 47> I block from Cnnpui. ?rice 'HA or VA. tld Nl Mill Tor ;e2.7. Turner Alllgoed.CCS I'
i C RAT.PLLA G E NOW. 171n 1131 Koyltono NoWlM. ....,.. "Writ out ot town. ownor rluot ,_nil. One 1147171.rol Homo I BR. I ...,... largo
for comotm. "MflirmitlMi, Inter built'In-ovon
: 'I l 1 : I' FOil SALE .V DWNII.! A bH' I Milt Horn Is. tamlly room one
AR NA.A8AStl D :Ml DlSoto St Plrttbura.ilP. 3tatSO Clow r.oM, contnl, "holt 1510 || lit ,
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FEDERAL QUALITY 11M I dory block homO On 101 .. PHA mortgawd down ,
':' : PtNAI.IILOCALt HOMES INC ere trod 10<..... on MIHrioptirRd ISlllMAJir piyment and romsoesd. monln.h Avo Vt-iOt or I7HM4.
Do You HaveApartmaent H mill Norm of I4ffl" AvoI Are, MVmont 1UI Nl Mill Ave. OWNiR lowing Mcrltlco' IIR '
3 50 1 bath 510 "W t/N Hole
.: en* N.W. iwi fMm OililiaPII
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ACROSS :28 Headllneri Wilt JoHrnon. Mar BR. 4H bitht control but Low down IIOvI. 177 me. N. p.11. ort.ll PR 1-3174- 1 boll PHA' flnencod IWJtMI

:: I. Home 32. Tropical e. A G N A 8 !II 0I t R6.Moleparty Mutt PR WI74.be toon to opprocliio. Phone" hIM. WESTWOOO! urea, no* I IR, I par .... low down ,".,1. Itll _
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shrub II LOTS FOE SALI MOELLER, REALTOR 12th II. 37ltilOupt.x > I
bath Colonl.l' Control A-C. trail
1' pliia A LA. EI t. S A I D t .011 SAL. .V OWN' 5 IA.ce. loll W. Unlv' ...... PR tunIV
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36. Malay law barn.. 1 yard. .... ..... old nr e.mpui tuoaNowtlllylna :
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37. Prior L to. 0 A L I II L t T .ARGi bMutllul loll In NW. turnl- tow down paymml. 101 OWNER" 4 ,". I.bolh. 4011 tow down ferment. 17135HHere flood fermt
10, Co through to Mellon. ,. loc..... oitlocont to cityftrnlno Of 372..n. :
CHI PM 4-4043. NW II Avo. Wntmorlind Avail.mb1i MARY MOELLER REALTOR
pot' mo.
again 38. Accai I let D. I. I N II I 1'1 E House to Rent? wlm paved itnoll wwor. ,
on snort" notice TorniMfloorl. it i vulva' packed I br, I Mlf W. Unlv Am. P* 44471Qcvtltfment
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City witor Also 'melt on oviil.ebii
11. Ebbing 40. Compete- .. R I II E N I D.. on W.," ROM Kilt a plus FORDYCEFEATURES Cull PR 0-mi for ..pt. bath horn Mir GUI CH 4AC

and flowing with PAGODA E R A S E REMEMBERA norm of ....,ry. Down iymcnf y01CAN SAul nm on muI '". OMwiid. in' bootilulvM IR will" flnplKo.ullt .
13. Mill 41. Kind1of end. tents .rr........ IR, I bull homo. Control' "hoot. study P
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A Nil RAT E1. oytr plenty
CUM t M.comm Nnm.s116 built In kllcAM carport and of '
.crepe
: 15.14.ap.dty Mountain 43.orange Ofllct clerk 'J T R t t T S N t A K A vacancy .1 V. O. McCoy 37477, sto,11II. em cm! tJHIM FOROVC a ASSOCIATIL INe. XliII'

1 I I 00,. pond oil with ......IIM Hilltop t2u W. Un'v.' V..I2Jt _
45. Mountain .,....., loot SELL AT COST
SOLUTION OF YISTIRDAY PUZZLE COSTS YOU MOPE vliwi.POR0Yd 4 or I bath nome Mft
16. Wolt. den crett ft ASSOCIATES INC ., lirgo fimlly room cirpttlngbuilt Lovely' now 4-IR. Homo ,In MelonG.rdtnt I OR and den alt'" condll-. can.tral Co. i,
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,,. W. Unlv 171-1134 In kitchen md many 01'" J ml. i ot compul on heat .Ing pool mom.bunhlp.
18. Pecan 46. Peakl 2. Lou of e. Fable.S than the ad that or ...''u,... Call ,.'oIy.. 3741234. Ul. iMutlhil wooded loll for 1400 down, In 01 moron pan N W. ''*'TIUT
19. Emanate 47. Curve ipetch 7. Song bird Mlo, Will mootliti .price Driveorountf ly Cell after J PM PII 101401.I .
14 Waterfront
'[ 21. Noxious 48, Hawieri 3. Tills 8. Fictional will rent It I IH.r. Preperty In I.ro. IIvIni room PIREPLACE a lit'' I 421.Myri. my time m I1M or 371sY III. CCs low down payment end 3 Bedroom 1'Vi bathi 921 I/

,I 23. Bring up DOWN 4. Sinful bell WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD bath a A-C Ind C Ib tabb. up .....-. IlGO II detN NE 5th Ploc Now
'l C.11Fordyce 1 OWNER. .uliM bona ,
for
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25. By birth 1. Change 5. Enclosed 9. Fill inure what leg Irakir, ipKlillilna, In 1910 10. Ito In Philip "". I" NW secllm. I bloc. from -.o Ronch Style with W.itomllrtploc ct
.. 26. Gr. .ow" Into chair 10. Black your LAKI r openTiuACRIAOI! 17"231. CHARMING TlrwIMHW Khool. Mull blMn and Inild. barbicu -
inak Homo of PI.! Hon. I br' I bath. to be ippreclotM Cull PR Now Brick Homos > mak. an offer -
t COSTS I ml N. MllroM O* .Ml HMO.IUV .
f [.I J ," 12. Stringed vacancy SUMMER NOME" :: D':, flroglici c.r hardwood. LR InSHpLo Wi wont to move It this -

J.I instrument YOU EVERY DAY At mouth of tuwmnoo River floor. In oxciliont condition" for .. HIM DIRECT' commlitlon PROM, Parade BUILDER otHomw PotterHoighfi ytor.
Lerjo f IR, CCa eon.pi.te. only' 113000. Cill' Fordyce 374- ....,. I
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Charged "' como e e Open for viewing 3 BRand
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I.'g. 11 1231. horn wltn neiiiont, tlruncina.BlO I t 4 bedroom. 'IIt.I" linenin
until rented
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''I j parUcle : all I. soil L. 01.51. ".'.' flmlp N. W. tilt ..._ HuonIdwirdi """ ......,. con nut VA 2 bothi Brand new
'7 2 If 20. Watt atlowanc \ -TOIII'lion.II.......... .."'Id''... Wl'lllon FORDYCE Inc., P4-W71 Down piymont PHA" iron I7M no with superb construction
FR .131' LIve
down-no cling' CM! 3815 NW 8th
IF RENT LOSS omw III. throughout.
l S It 17 I' YOUR ARE YOU MOVING TO OCAI At
.,. : 12. Bmtlt L ASSOCIATE.. INC. Nice' home In Ociii' Pli. I m. Ave.
Foodituffi 110 SANTA M LAKI, v.., round GrO?. Pordyci. II..lIar I bJthl, ..., J,. college, elementary Capital. Builoon, IM.
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IS PER DAY IS
,n w .;. ., l' "l/ I Zl : : > bedroom Items, ilto' cotosum REAL ITATI CONSULTANTS icnooll and shopping' e.... inh Place t tin (trMtOPRH JS Acm wirlooktria. Liki i
.. "l/ 27. Anecdotagt fh.t cm be nnt.a, hono tiibii, Dick' Banks Pr...... Hou n ,.,. On large lindKipod HI will' MOUIO DAILY lumoK, btrwoon 0.'. Flintmd
y out door borbKue houw, pltr Oould.rrl.rv.y l.nlonO trade Coil VMMI or /"'/$. .
29. Guidance lirih for similar homi In Alichui' Mt of .1.
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This' li on onciilmt oommjnlty. W. Unlv 37QHMOCAIA 115.DM to 114000 cell McKlnmy
'l'I.0 If w JI SI. Proofread. IM per mo. ., VM por dry to mike your fimlly OratM RMlton I71-MI7
t I'h,0 XMAI. Cal, J7H44I, prrlCh':: Modi, I Bit, I ..."". moponbMm 14 Bedroom
: er marks US pie mo. .. n.II por diy Rulty, AiHClltn' Aril T. Imltn, nlllng. IIOnol"i din, Models 1 III JACKDEYOTRtgillirll1
: III JJ Jf JS ::0:: 32. BUM. river '..''Ior.I .Ing k timlly room with, tiro- ENJOY THESE SHADOWLAWN
rt 93 Film cock. M Par mo. .. .N par diy SIC. I,.. loncM-M, boll yard ESTATES

:: :; : I' iJ. JI f4I J Houiei Far S.leMODERN built.In kltction 374.2010 or *. FEATURES F. D. OLIVER erok.rASSOCIATES
aloo Ml pie mo. .. ..II par diy I.... a Contm H." OPFBRIN9

w p u 4T ff 94 AlnoUm* .. .I a AirCoMitionereulltM 'Individual ,,,,.. Poe You 6
= : 171 por mo. H per day FINLEY AREA KlrchMPonci
95 OUofroia ,
YirePirwiice Well plmnod living. lrm
:- ;, '4( 39. Photogra 171 ..' mo. .. ..SO par diy Now 150. I bath homt will con. PHA P1..ncod e e Oiullty malarial It work Ill.t Chill Stan.Immort .
hot A Al 1, and 0.0' kltc0" I lod'com I Bsftl home .la a I en I M* CCI Nome rnenttipA Roy
.' 4g.hCatchalllVA 110 Pee "mi. .. a.M ,., diy Incl. 111111.10 rings A .v... '..ullru.. ground.Mporsti ,oc.,... Mir KlWolk' Mad Mil A community' would tw Hollowly
-. .., V"/ dlmwlsMr A 01..1. lt20 spa 41n'nl' room ,"' .....'..oIV. V.ry rononibll proud to llvo sip tPhan.
I'// word Ml Htt diy II living' em plus doubli" ,.'ea. Fomlly'' room Drive w.
por mo. ? pee down pivmwit M., bo MM of t on N.W. mk ITX.2IH
RIOOWAY Control Holt
:- 'a Nm.2S mIn iP N.w11.ovm 12/24/ 44. Apple lendt m-M4 or I7M041 CONSTRUCTION) CO, 372.0303Glodys MM Nl 14W Drive A... .put tno OlM Spring' "In-
m pee mo. ? UN pir diy Smith Realtor Poe IpHnlmmnt, all ......,''on. gee .igtI m lot S2S NW lltk St.
.. Ivy NOW AND WORK: OUT THE VMOS PR I.OIIU.
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.. DOWN PAYMENT 1221 W. Unlvonlly' Avo.
pro per mo. p ld per diy 7n
i New tons on hnvliy wooded 'lots MODEL HOME CLOSEOUT -
I1M pie mo.L3t per diy now under contraction, Thrub New thru bodroom. two full bum
and four bedroom. so sod two bulldWi "mod!. Owwil IlKtrlebuilt
.. ."lhi, Inclwtlng' Arid front _. .'In OVM all rongo. 01 cm SEE 10EXCITING :
CALL 378-1411 lonliie' In wntwood bats tnl, boiling idiptibll. to ilr condltlonln -
[ w... to schools' All city rvlcM.I ). fully londicipod but YEAR END SALE
10 PITS > SUPPLIIS ... St N.W toll Drive and N. W. ... IIW down VAi I1Mpir
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I XjJoi.7T.' icMintolli.r will ItMp chll* 'ROW" BIGELOW ItAUTIFUL Ctirlntmil gilt' Imoi. V.-.Igft. 1100 pat month Include' Inn on.I
31 I .ixn M horn in or .''gh'. '*.. .. opHiln" In thus, ine for eld white 1'0111.,.,..d Chlnue.hul SUN RENTAL IN NIWSIRRY. I Ii. eca Home doling Hug Idwirdi .Inc. Office OF NEW HOMES !
Miubio rim by diy. .M., or mo. .n o>...,1..011 ..,."' ... Woikiylulrinloo very healthy t frlmfly toy tor u5. by ....DOI cash or it Nl 151 ... nd lath Avo
!, or_.. ..... 501t plus commlHloni, Plus' verily, shots end ........... ..... WANT ADS 04,310 an. norms of .SOP down p J747V1Goinoivllle'l 1965MODELS
me5m.,e Ie Terunitd4wmornC' Rd.DrKMALI pony oily company ......11.. ForfurtMr tin' .'IO. 1H-4M4 110 .onth'V.' J72'M. eY OWNER I 'A. e.port 100' I

dotllli wrlto glvlnf quit IIAMIII' KITTENS for"Cnrlitmii.. I I STORY COLONIAL' Homo 'kiNl A 100'. IIIody 101. RNr I.rrcodP455 $
t;' HELP WANTID Ilkillmw, .to obn I. ImlinPlorldl All four colon. Clll Mn Pin.My. 4 H. morn kllehm .,1ooo ......1. A MoppiM. 5636monthly. IN LIMITED NUMBER OF 11 lww Down
I ,., M.nmgor"PlorlooII '304. Curd 12 Mobil Horns For Sal.ouillty wooo down Call PP1 4-4171 .mull 1<1.'''. III' N.W i COMPLETED HOMES IV VA
Reid Corn Oibln willlitonS2IM4I
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,1,1. HOWILL lUIINESI COLHOI I, 10 a M width, up to W Inlength. apartment building
oftnon J.rry: s Rslaeml' .1310 REAL I1TATI IXAMCLAISII NORTHWEST .
M JW Mil { Photo 774760.

; WAIT" WANTED NOW POP4MINO. IIOINNINO' 1111I TRAILER SALES Psoturln. Morlotte. Hllkeaot. Wln4so iii LAKESHORE i FEATURING:

Iamd JohnSn';. Reaarontv.nna lit LMHH Prim, Tnun. ....... Cl fl Pllckir/ wndo, ROM N e. A Pirn Manor.IS .
) shin. APply In p a f Sill 2:311 ".... Mgr. 1744101MOIILI : TOWERS Extension 100 X 100 Ft. Lot
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In Mobla Hem."SERVICE
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I XflRIEMCID, 'for protmlonil typlil: ofllcoMOT ofllco."':: HIGH SCHOOL AVAIIAILIrogroii M...... Home Pars NOW LEASING I Top N.W. Location
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wr mt., .t. la. IM-A OilnnvlllotniO VII O, PllIIMNMf, ante.SICRSTARIAL. Phone" ...1... Featuring G e neral G.E. BuilMni.

COURUII Electric Kit I c h e n.
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t lyn'i rlnlr living, II Nl lit WPhono I ,n Homes priced from Premium Construction
V M o-VOLTECHNICIAN HOWEUI"ausmus HOMES
t 1/) : coLLiaiIII 2 BR under $15.300 18275.
I : SECRETARY *. Unlv AVI P* 4 3io $4,000USE afOcoMPIMM .
Vi TIME 1PIIDWHITINOCOIT OUR Payments from $100 I Neor'Schools- ..
l, !Mt Jet Ml 1441
1 ;licnolor e. no In Physic I It Mith ACCOUNTING RENTAL PURCHASE o month up. YOUNG
., ,
or Clwmlilry Minimum Civil MrvIM Trilnlni PLAN
t vi.,. S.1 I'y crrtll MIn CIIIU1 Now forming Lower *".. ." dowrl .ymlftl a AMERICA HOMES BETTER
HOW'LL" SU51N/S! COLLGI11s ;
mon of this KlmlllKo have
ono or TOTAL COlT fireplaces -
typing nqulrodo W. Unl. Av.. PR ">>07. MODELS paneled
.roop. OP CONTRACT WILL 10 LIIS
Apply ki pirwi to C: H. CowboSulldlni e-yf. Mnonclni eviliibNj. family rooms 2
0 J, Unlvonlly of Plltnu / 21 LI......!! 8 Supplies full baths with Indirect
.l onMrtunlty ,,,,plov._ % HURRY!
i DAD AND BRAD LARSEN Now Open lighting central' \j
S 12 Mali Help Wanted ATTENTION CATTLIMEN'' IAKI OINIVA"
Stretch: homo-grown griine to the TRAILER 1AIII ducted heat. Italian

b I"COLORRU o!IOU' JU n.u, war. limit, by mining, gnlni with CPA. On Rj 101,1 min .. i. .f Northwest aa1.A.; a 30 terrazzo floors. few
loon Tea IMd Cittli tune* ....... I Only a
.. Must bo nut
viitor-buiboy. nwnt molt oconomlcel' Murce of __ Pom ev.iinai' me tundeye LUXURY FEATURES INCLUDfclSwimmmf
e Apply' In portal only' 0 10 A.M. pro'tin.PMX, 11
t_.I Cirmintlln 704 W Unlvo .' Oilnnvlllo", or AlecnueIII CELEBRATING C Cool Recriatio Roam homes left
-.ANTIO 'IOPUNIINCID TV NW OWN It. Estates Acree .1 Flcnle CreunJi Central Heat SEE OUR NEWLY
ticnfllclM' must h... ..plrlinciJtoCAL V.MM del-tI 1MUST IS peers gale, ft Mrvlce IIIThli Central Aw Cend.Storog a Laundry Facilities

: wook.In eulor'Stud TV view., lop Salary.le IaN M0O.InWVlde : IACRIPICI. vary nlci' tit ArMSPECIAL Cuefmi Locken Garpofa Dra. ChutiLighted FURNISHED MODEL : i"-" Buy Now T.
lullt komoi
old buckuon trillion ouoriorherw re-
Pave, irklno Anal Sidewalk
,
: 'Uft. roacly. TON I 01 ..11..., co. h. 0177. >n 45i, L.h. City. .,2D I
7 .__ for ... Wind .. par wont
J tandm...... one null ore' MMOcKool "' .... II CAIVIV P4.01 ml. III ,.... Includes Tao.' Till.KM CirpM CXIIvwy' waded loos Drive north on Main St. I EXEMPTION !
OM PHONE
CirNM Dilry' Pirmt loom Hiwtlwrno Inwrmco. 376.4456FOR
Roqulrirnsntu 11I" .0.W. 1111 or N W, 13th St to 39th
Prank Hmun I
ojroduitl. C.II.." pntor PI. All City .0".1.....
Butt Turn right (looitl toNE
Mobile Avo
redo mllin food ulory inInwirinco call mustsCOWSOY'1 Horn. Inc. PRIVATE APPOINTMENT
paid Iu.llelluy pi Ie RIOINO STASLAHroia.ck NW \m it M .in {t. N. ......"' ...'. f 124 Hour Service) 15th St turn right S $10 DOWN VA
nan pun vKiiion will bu VMMI (tooth wo'etllo, YOUNG
N41ne' OPM" I A SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 'TIL 5 DAILY
) bl rllocitnlI M to I P.M.
withindNorm /al Norm mud ponloi fnr lilo.OPM AMERICA HOMES Hon onlett FHA FROM $400 DOWN
,.m P lerkM! CLOltO SUNDAY ta//hwad Iot600 h 210C S.W. lirii ST.U.s.. HWY. 441 .
Ivory Oat P* I Mrt MODELS AT N. E.
.
0 CM P* .- ,.,. Irony limited M t0 liltWO.
CONNOLLY of N W Ism Sorest 15th St and 30th Ave MONTHLY PAYMENTS FROM
WANTIO oiKtrt motor noilmen.
.one Meld live In Gaines, 10 PITS ft SUrPLUS WoklM' ....... ,.,''. toe I 4 1 two _lit lo m at N.IIIt. IM Butler Bros. BUILDERSCOMPARE Phone 3727070.
{ VIM. vicinity, wlv to It* NlI OMroom mobile hwnoi. Many Ave4lue.
inh Avo. or phono JTHm'VYHITI II MO. OLD Mincnnlor" cninuo.huo floor liars I poor ._ ... 75.16
mile, PUPPV Nice pot for Drive out >M.y. t mole,, south i
worohovit nun wort.wdw M Imldo for onwil MillngI children 111 lost Nl Ird Ave.FRil e 5140511MARRIIO* l-wivllio' ,,, on U. L Ml "'" WALTER STUBBSInc. Open Doily' 10-6 I
PR
ell "diflvtrlot" mull bo pnyil" r rStron..bnsd H7OI.
porionillly, md MqA to good home \ gray end Oil IINOLI !took it II
? ochool .,........ Ixc. lmt f--,* Met fnn.i. bitt... Coral friliw. | 34. "''m I ; I Soles Office ot N.W. 16th A...
bur oMr .1... "' ....11.....' worker lila Nl loin Toe. Ir I worn c._.. TIlU otirm ta
PMirx n 2711. co M P l.TILV FURNI1HIDvmonti YOUNGAMERICA end N.W. 39th
Terr.
TALKING MYNAH Slydo '.ueanhod "low WIM i'vll1h, moo Phone 37<-5394 i I II

: II-H.I. Mole or r.molo HS-llll and HI wry M.'_r.as.nmbu.Pll. Clone" sod ymY CM wit for mod ........ THESE HOME VALUES
solo "" "", ",,'"'. I ....... from "We trod.
o\iilUAN' pr,,11 .... ...'d .. Ie ENGLISH SHEPHERD MIWI .... down town cot for BEFORE YOU BUY I ;
n\M w.._ Oood .....,.. A' 'Ire bur pity .lcllo, oM .Iocll not. yuajMbidCT in: PM. hou.'J I
C Pie, M Poe,..ww"r-: see. Pu.r: 0-0033' iii.. ...... [rUiii.--; ;;,--,-. ------ Butler Brothers Builders
lauro6 Si : .1.11M ------------ [ {
...... CHIHUAHUA S2S SAVE! HOMES
iMutlful mm luppy' AKC Rio i
i WINDOW TRIMMER Clll PR Mill.IIAOLI I Movo in by Christmas I I II Daily 372-9545 Night 376-9043

unnMdlola apenlni fir on nperl. ........ ...... for prtnunllno car I
4 window trim ............, wionil on4wornwd. BUY YOUR NEW HOME
i Eili dlipLy men or M.'" 111. Mmoln. 0*
womI nt eon Mel, Olll 0.11. 11I1111._ Clll BEFORE DECEMBER 31

:' ":-'t..r.. Jlppiy.:'."'t In vicitlonr.man md pront-Miirlno or lloro In wri&Olfr neimWIIMARANIR. ........ AKC rots I Limited Number of i iII AND SAVE YOUR GREAT YEAR-END

1 tn. H ,..._ Mgr4 'will.I for mid end. tancK I melee.HM HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
Dom -'t. Pnom" M> 53071.FOR .

a AOVIRTIU IN THIe erMIl: SALI 1121 Alto pool. ,frm Mdrtl.pupowe and COMPLETE HOMES SAVINGS NOW FROM

IIRVICI DIRICTORV Pnono OR HUlV
__. _
II TIle nollwwng .o swap IIIr 521 i. Unl". A...

$10 Down i iI __ Ler e lop.s. emr.rtable- dR.lino .OWIIY. 4 KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONONLY

DRIVE-IN GROCERY VA 1126 S.W. 15th War urn vo llvlni room, fomfly
i iI ,;, $10 DOWN VA
Country Clue btoteel awna .. ekp. \, .R.Am.liHoa .
SAVI MONEY IY 'Includes' 4 IR, IS ___ roe. P'.. _, II wine _
MANAGER TRAINEES Closing Costs .. end KMtlonll inMf.toMmont pM.y aIr soASeMi 011
: __ many ,N. b.0 Is _bases..omN.Mennoans.
I I being eligible' for Hom.lt.o4 lumptio.I Vey atnM/v0 aierNsnr OW .... r..nkr.eetli. A ONCE-A-YEAR OPPORTUNITY!

WANTED em* ... all iff soo.e 0.51 M.etm.tf lIP
for mnnv Will elinMliner 0.0.50. IP--'Y Lof a.
NMMlif err__ 1W IWenerwmolls.
prow pep 0
Low FHA Down Payments ) e.we..rhe esssey Good Only Thru December 3 lit!

Mole. 25 to 50 for manager trainee positions I

with Jockson's Minlt MorkoH. Poid vacation S Free Lifetime Membership t04 NW 14tk Avo.I .

end other fringe benefits when qualified. P,.- In Fabulous' Carol Estates Swim Club ,IRI k""n. UN -5.e. Norwood ACT NOW- TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE! !

for marriod men. full time omploymettt only. I

S'artinj solorios for eiportoticed ostlttantmoita9 Monthly payments from $32 'deludes' all. NatM..t Hope I

.n $90.00 wick and for iptrlonctd aOhs -Hine. Kirkpttrk. fir Pierson his severs! MW homos U HrjKlon Court
,
managers $125.00 por w ok.Jockion's Phone 376-7971 a\1 d Ae Trod Homes Minor toady for immediate eccepancy.f .

I I I I or Property I

Minit Market HUGH EDWARDS INC. Ml OUt MOWII AOIom
II
1234 N.W. 16th Ae., Gainesville t.rgl41 no. you re I* I KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON BUilDERS
jnv Sigh. ANvtiwi OPM.nba.
Apply" U person to Mr. llundell' or / wall JufT (Ai.1.KM ,

Mr. Swotford t NE 15th Street fr 28th Ave. .4 H faiaiavif._ .I.ow.01* tan II or M *ITRIIff .7.M SALES LOCATED AT Phone N.E. 23rd 372-3471 ILVD. AND 11th TERRACE


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tI I TVK If A t"CV C* SCOBinN M AuttJTJ A NARD'_ ,aiD K.IRTtI R!+ ?J \
I 11711 M fve ncro -Tilts 5f wr >rr wn trtuc cwMtrssreTx jrnrcnMAIOR lA.f FATHeR V4 NCMnOA < Ir1e4Lr WuTAKE PAka171D6.ThEa r .i TiusT LCNr; .kwiR! 1' w'PL. "
/: Mtl'NSM7l.Y1htF... ..ARRESTED I py /cue c1 TK*/ CASs TfttSrSuecK/ FRPdT OF l+S [DIAAIISwaekT 1pU grew n bmlAfy TO1Tl r0ull u.--NUr I11u0, ..
WHY *fC TOWN FaiCB' CO NOrH F16 IUiFDISMI3eE Ol 1CK aP TW jwisie rwnxu3T K *t tll49CftX b ktQ-T4Rrlre 35AT t y

'n i* AOOOT THE i TNEyTtE f7tJT EYICENCZ. AiE N. : HUT1N gtIrlCiIhC'r w"Paafe a1 i 1EAOCtE3'7
ON BAIL-NO NOWMY erT .>n aaT 'Oa/e
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hunc lay. December 24. 1954 Golnttvlllt Sun 29

15 Houidi F.. Swto 15 HOUIOI for hIs IS Hoe.. lor $.Ii IS H..... F.r Stl 4 S Pnr.iih Apt _- ---- .

Ujriiom, Uinrty r jm. nrEm-40: 56 lytrndtt OpportynrliotiHPJLL 66 Mi... Por Sl IS Autwwkildg fM SLMl
; ".bl. U,. 31L3 No "vOIno OJOO Do..n NICE .01. 110" 1110 "I. .n'. buIlt
TC'L'Ji eornor M. 1* port, laIn. Mm, e. ..". lomllyloom 1 "" ''-'_ b Splits Cars
." !? SolgnDortiood.I eonvoniont owl,. room. bulf.Io bIclnon' bulll hi kllc_ confhMl How brICk tronI homo Is 4 "NIaria. ft Mwwor, oil ulll dod .,....... 6iL to"llotlon i i "'rft KNAPP ohwi. Call FR 27534 ,,90S FORD UNtinAe

:fSnoS"" _I.... PHA"ui 300 Itfit,. ..5.100 : olio.s' Man ...c:. HI.>N 1701do. C,... t* IChoOlt. lift*. turn. oft It """I... Ml II IndPI "' hap raN styls Slot I 00anatlIbIt ,, auto "_., It e H. 111III 1"VW.. iso p.Ivl A uallu5i11;
J_ WftlNflY. .u. 4125 1 11111 .. Hi no,. Mil" II 14th Tor.lud wolkt. oovod) ttrwli, control FR Hill to, In.onrdbeOo I..0Sat lVtflbO9QO.MCCULLOCtH 5111019. loot 0W000 $3355 115W. will WOW $01 .. 009
$ 00
=11;., c10nion. FII ..21..". lIobln_ PR tlHo.IB .______ hMt. bo10.ln 50005 Sod rang. I IR. L.. kllchon oil ullllIlM fu,... NW It 13th 50Mm and OtIs ... CHAIN SAWS now .. for Mil CoIl 17 9417HI .:... S "sumo" 5.09500 IJt ....5504. IsV

AN OPFIR. hugtiJjn -FREo--- *. CCI houM In NW _,..... Ply only" um down monthly pvmontl Soot got tor _'.... MolingM7 tqulppfd. oxcollont., with modornooutpmont aol used Moors Pow,, Tooit 23 floss. PS 1101.' III.? 1
| IR, t both tone'conditioning hoor Intoratoto 71. log 0 IW yord, ."...... I bId_., IU W mo. oil Nl .d A.o.. IMr nolghMr.hood M Nl OtIs ..... ui if POPI YOU iuy
11 1.01 ....,. p. ARNOLD urraundod with Llguilrum ..*....> ....... 'ull_. I747I7I.CHARM Cull p" n nEFFICIENCY. MInImum aol trmiont loscoolonoot MIM 11 I IL, ,__10 Myort for SpIte? Tool! LANTON IROI pow .ClLIl", POlO ANOlI.
..
oocessary AuMlowt
ed Good ...... $115. sr best $Ilro Coil
prko M
.... I' .m iuIIt.Itt. 1304 CMJrvit. Nl- REALTOR "'01.wn UM wool ooulty' nducod and tok now HPpoymontt unity ond foully. Mulmoro APTS pall drolrr, trainIng to InturtMICCOII. TABLE SAWSOSMconopy466.33 Hwy 40, NortllHlghtprln P0 .0511 alto, S ". 00 lOlI It
III C.l> l 15 3761it.P Pr Call imMo. omphoilndl In. mo taint cuotonvdotignod M MO. flnoncioi ouit I a n c oovollomo 00 _|''1 500 T. P1501 ilL
,.
1111I It. or_c.1I ft built horn biWlmMrly Mkonopy .cbongo. 4M :ioU Call M Dolooch. olPP1
MOM8I JM our IMRRY III OIM. I IR. I kothl.ponortd t-OJ tor "' '''''''IIOft gr U PT Itlilor. c._. turn AIM, '41 CHIVY 4f I Idoat ......1. IS.
ii tirSI .brie llroplic .homot WUbsnt.la.nuppuap.rn EASY TO BUY : lomlly, room controlhMtlng lull, Gordon 11010010 31O-4It. ."or log PM./ 14 ft Hum boot. motor and troll 4-ipord tronimlulMh 1001,1boll. n AotoooMhs W..4
'I. One aol Ms balloon tont.libood PI 4 PI, _.n.* coMI.tloo .
Norlhwott Mdroom ft loon.tlful C. I. Homtrrg Cldor Hoy
MIO tlr
.collont t Mlh boouty TMi chtrmkig I IR, I both horn conditioning .7.
:: ; wilt g >| .... Sod ooohrslouod Ill (1 Wasted ,. I ..... Coll PR .MM on.or "
.
Quality built by I dWwithor ond d,twill, Mil- In tno Pinioy or** con bo boughttor *. M much moro thonn to Ivy _Motor C CIder Kay. Pio 'j I Cbs 151104 55055. MeW
.. Iron olKtrlc kl_ hooting 4 PM I C....,_ Oh 055105011 _
I
...-. cyst. bu ldrNIWIS1H a good school' noircy. lo. only" |l.OM down ond nod would Mct for lifWo.r. ILKMHERM Hootor, I Y pvvorir
D. br I Kbtct.IS I II 'sulp. Mth Tot off NW JMhAvo. dIr condllKflMf. iwlmmln tO'NSIi'N' liD let 5000105. 000 II dIN Ill
.. 'UMO "I'
V". .,, otj1"1 51911 PSI > biowon. to* gulkw tnh onditwd CH.VY Wlcoi, radIo. out. .
bend from PKVang ;. -
? tormi., DIM lull tCHRIITMAI > Ldy lyord. Tho SOY of INS Shown by opeolntmont ovorIho pool ono All U I. sold MroHjn Illvordoilort M gollon fwl wotof Ion*. 99110. Chi.... P 5 .101' .011,
Lt: k""Uot'I. :- ,. ytr ot 0.000. CHI now to OM "holMoyt. ...-_. Lloyd Myrkk SchooL Prom IIM Sal proof Mil ond ml Coonplyott$0311-Ild' lbs. '''
:': Nim' L dtFtrodNfl. lidr. montn ROMTV yurt nowl Con.nor bAt doll.... .. ..

=-; :* DID YOU KNOW? 1*. loth Avcnut sod 0011Terra' RIIIL STAMP ft COIN SlOOP 1112 dIV. U C_. 327 oo.9n.. BARKLEY
Spent In Dili lovtly ikylln .. 7o-olS4 6* '..1 Oil t- Woods pOsIlrtlpoi lull _I. P00
Hilgtitt int w ,
UnlvonKy
: vo
"" .., _. till '" 4-iH*. NO9SCanIwyp.,0I it "g aol Ttiot you con own thlt ottroctlvt ISO JWK Stile oo Hot'. II A H. low rub.bar. .
NEWLY D.COIlATiD A'T" Cal.I.e. PINI PIREWOOD' Iso Ml I*, wymount MOTORS
- jromptly Wall 'H well cirpot, I Mill Cl homo W one 11,001 Klull miles 9111ld.
NO QUALIFYING sOVdOotO 50. saopls' 10'. '4 HoirnhoW CtwdgPRICES cut to order Call 01.114
al'. ''*''' ".' "Nl' kxotkM tor only toot down $ 114 Itn..... Call 37031
.otfIt' "',M now I I*, I both h....*. l mlly" room pUJ gu, JJJJ sod 154 lIP _1ft. Cornor let 3728404NOW 51 c"1' ro.r:rod, Call "him' or "., Irlco LumMr ft Mood III... I 30 PM./ "IN THI AUTO GAMEIARKLOYI -
$hool. .
Tor.from 39170.IN Pl000roirs c.o
Cl... M tlltlowpod. Jonuiry lit ant got 10_..... Fonrad bK yird. litttr call _beoOy -DiSt'oOrzfl-! -
11091. lit 5911. WillS. I, ONLY IIJ.JMM. I10 N* lION if oi:4: 5 door .IIc- THE NAMrhOt
rUI kllc.... empllon" 121.JOG with M t ,t now toj wt T..,..", llv, ............. two both, ALACMUA IM bedroom moMHhomo .
Mictiful. drIPI1. do.my" lood tOrn" ,.. 5 71 CimpHuMFltllvw IWO batlney, ...'1.. and c......... N. M.... St.FR .
...., itd .1' condl'lo.ln fomlly" room eontrolly ....,.. prluitt lot H mL logth ,5nO _. 1m. PS 110121,
CIfIlrol 12000 ... OIIU"","1941 po, UNIVERSITYREALTY ...... KMT _e.... and tlttntKKoolt. of "K_ CHI otMUl or OMChottor cimping During TOO HoiWvlUIIO 1-417J
pay Incl. ,.... .n. Inau'OIIe.. Sos Pus TO PoX mombtriMt IVII OonloH. m m*. w. undnll vrybody.. NIMROD compln '..II. r. 01 (OMiT Cuslon U,. .-.oft;

_pAth ,....,. 1.11119. 11 W. kxol'on,hoUM CIOM COil Hsn N. W. ebbs. too OWMT *..... aOl 'n. fumlMiod opwtmtnt 170 00 HENORIX boOt. running poan. Inferior 4 11oicHlont 5IItIIOS whl" ooH 0004119.
tt inoop I SoPd II_ $1305.'
9oIO. *13J9.I church ... Khool but. M Slots M Mil btoro. tIle lit, 1 IR I llth K500t FURNITURE CO. _.. Ton Its toll Cdl 11.711.
Throo 5000 0 PM _.
all' .
lovoiy bod...", .. I botht J. W. IR m ioih mot NW tIlt AV*. M igm w US* AIM oil _'.1 utility dlV _
with "bII' 5919is cmm Illl N. Mill It. "' 3714311W Irollor, ..... IINI>>. SOI
It, trol NW
.1 REALTOR
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MARY MOtLLER
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\ "' OM> 120 WIL liLT ..., 4 bunwt,
on l lOt 50 w ... Ifi ? ? goioportmont 1
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.lain. trios ..k 'I"". with or Convtntlon I M Mun_ Rooltor KIRKPATRICK ISIS w. Unlvoairy 1>... PR 44471AlrKondlllonod ll.., .07,11,0' COndI. ._HlhRd, FOR THE CORRlCT
uIt.dl
,... Pronkart.
ed Tor"" .. A. .. I I. McLoughlln Q'fljEN
.. P11 313.4050 MItt 5:30ClEAN
both, 1 lorg Mv. room. rn.p.i.ti SHnr I III APTO :
filM ftoy McC_ T. C. Doug- SOA1IO'MIW St I 71 MusIcal MiKhthdltd I TIME
Mcuponcy, MM _n. ALL let Jr. II N, M.ln P1.0,01 P0 0.5104IAOAIOH Ills III'.... ....... .
aol 174 monthly. .M It ot <20 of u. ..,..d I* tloort inodom furnlturt, Only mod __.torI lorMid "
ou frbndI :
I
4 SPINET ORGAN FR2.1411
,IW Mill 1>... end Phont '". 4IALI ......'. G.nD', p.ICI I mMutM' tram Unlvrllty on <4tlouth SIlO' ItOVOO, frMton ft WUVfcon. i

711"'O _ _ _ SWIMMINGPOOL N* chlMrM or ..... IN .BP.l" wnK ON AIL : $55555004 spmel sopas
HARDWOOD floor. HUll Amity mo. CoIl 11.' >l 170-WIt. MAKIl Coo PRI _. 15011005 bulancOoto I CourtoovOt "AWIlI'O"1II1
I* OWNER t BR ARNOLDRIALTY room with llroploc, lor o polio down $abnllnt.
lTl blockl from Unlv Avo, I.MO Muiro fool, 1 .ktdroim in i I Pft7vATlf.IR trollrr, complilolyfun i HOTTOINT"3V ORIDIIV MUSIC CO. Unln.eolty" Cho.ol., MOTOR CO.

"000 wild KM down. Phon Pit COMPANY, m.1 burnt. loll N.'. Ml II...,. .... ... $46 p0?= *. oioctrlg rongt .hi |md condK 0)omtvlli thflppmg Contor Ita. Nab St. I' 6h Ava. Ill N. MAIN'
Mullion titling Montyant21P I 1451 $1. It.Plooo PR 0IOtAP0I 17)14U p* 4-Xfd
1'1.tu' _ _ _
W. um.. Avs. m,an SPACIOUS I bedroom I'4 9.111 Pb H29' .,,11' 0 ...... ; '
H..INI5I is 01511CM. *001.1., jm SWIM. 2m.THE I SILl Whltlpnl ImMrM OuHditmt > OlVI TIll GIPT OP A LIPITIMIHAMMOND

., otting Ill ". :. bInd' Morn.L&SV35& JIM Slwooird Bb Koikmm Olowtil" ::'N'& = ::..:n,3Z'$191 NIh JAMES 41 Unfurnuhodl. Apt motlc conioci: I $75. Ssoell $ cv'. ORGAN I,
171MI -
lulIt P. W. HoO t J''mmy' brims -.1. lull oulliell tho city tIm.Its. Jock Morgon Par ovary, hot's sot?, psisni
INC.Phon COMPANYLASSITER or J>*7ll. COMPLITIAUTOMOIILI
Woiltr tlMdlrtJWK Ivory budgot .
.octbsoaI buy
TNIO l's an
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J7MOJI a n. .pl. Ills oo quisl. .....
Pun al 121.100. ft WASrigH, ........'lIy ,"".bI., 4Ib. rl*..,lnru In tno hem onthrough I
Clout Rongo
Oponing tvtrv ground
Modal Horn -,1i .,.. A NommindOrgm I RIPAIRICjuMily ,
lbS
Apt iso Hoover. Pow mot. "
.M. I p.M. 3331 N. turn Con: aIr cond. 4 holt.
-
f'.m 21 I P1.c.mtar. LOVELY 1 bodroom M baths wiltIrvol por mo. 1U1: IW Mill 1>... Phon old, Ctbinot ilyio wotroctor: will coil you .IsIS hi tno I Kind Con
W. Hitht long run bnciui n Ig'" worth. I HIT PRICIt
coot with ill otftor 1btlti. maim Homo locotod in i>35, gio vt-otu. *
NW MCtwn lull louIs It.o moro thon. otnor mokn.IRNK I ANyWNIRISOUTNIKN
I tully Pir comYOU
_90,010. 'LL SOY IT IVkHV 372-8404 City llmllv ONLY HS.U with 47 Havidd fr list ,,,,.. T-A-IJ tOw sod APPLIANCES Ourontooddt TARTUR t'EP. I "
rnodoii 1700 DOWN. REALTYTHI Aton Muik Co..
TIM'111.K H5.77I on
P.otr tram IN MILLER.
CHRISTMAS will bo II ortrt *gf lois. AUTO
worry you til IW I
yourM.IUILDIRS. dKiao to buy a mlamco with Mminy NliT I bedroom ...... ... lorn POUOWIN3 NOWKS MUST SINTOR ULL '00 nuets3u. RongM. from Ul I/O l.lnnvlllo.' PKond 00MIs.SPINeT ..... ft lontr
I ball $0rnbolIId 1 5100 .. ...
05 poOl n w. from HI
MODCLlirly lino be.t..... nmdtomoliving will londicoMd lot lust tt mllot ul III N Mow Hin BROWN
.
If SOLD THIS MONTH TO nfJkoybMrd ...
5. small CIlIIdroO. lualleiss Jan.I. I Drown from 540 50I PIANO toll N p _
I>", ,,IC.. tfmign I twdnum. room" fomlly" room with from GolnonllK. OWNER WILL SUALIPY POK HOMItTI/ A 0IXIMPTION tin _eo
PNo..o 31101' Pood-Praonrt tram IM upI Mil. Ranch hvlmtMtLILLIAN 4H2
two lull bthi 01 bulll.In flrtploeo, oultlondlng Iclun. PINANCI pall lUIl
ovm and rongo. Cinlril tnitHM WIll to will cirptl plus monyoihir I .ID"OO/\ll./ Slosly "'nil...... C.II It TV.Dimwotnort... from lrsm no 131 upJIM MUSIC ITOKI. NW. hIlt 5,.
.
down VA, not ..' month nlcolln' Prnllgt od- 4 IIDROOMI I bath control toot. 403343 ill MI0OI010I.S VOVl.il O.PPUANCI Cl lIP. lit II. tit ItIPICIAL 0 -PI -4JJl

MM town PHA ,,f ..' month dresS In liKk Aorta occuoincv John Merrill ......lItul .11I.111 kit ONI VIAR I .. HOUSI II miMi Morlh onMI Ito NW. gin tvoPh. irtuaMUPHOL CHRISTMAS lAVINItlon _
MOM Ini J74.7I7I. Hugh fdwordl *'lh n o Irs dnytiUmlblo OLD. m*. IIOM down nounoMOOtUN Ml Morchondlw band
Inc. Nl OlIN It tnd Um Act.T"iiiHlohI.nd ttrmti" 111.MO 00 Realtor 1191 II $104 pa, Ins, Air 1 conditioner. IMCI hMhr .. block hid o bod.choil Imtrumontt tnd lOdt0100lIH.'
't"NO".I TV. Atlroctlv and CRANElINCdtNMERCURY
Cl.
II SANTA .by ovlog your famIly" tool is *, 90101 vory rail i 0 woytod dinoinMI. DERDA MUSIC COM .
Court Aim li; turn bMroom" two both MULTIPLI' LIlTING IN. Cell 102.1702. cotloo ,..... ....,,.. g I ... ,
or, iwlm" club momborthlp tine masonry, html" In Hit vory, ..... PHONI PR M.,o iM4 : I 55. Cel. lt.ootd yard.TI front dliploy coMnot, dlipi.v to.Wo N. M. n r7 4711
od ,.rd. Nothing down-.tin/m" lor Plnlcy trio Complololyoqulpptd ASSOCIATIIMARCILLA MULTI. LIVIL I IR lotonoa. 110 NW )111I P1 sod othor houiohold Homt.Noorly .
"''*,,''. Pll 372.7000.M for t totol ", ic. otIK PAROI I bath w-lg lomlly room. Norm.woil Phon 17M314. ", Nu Purnltur Ihoe mNW Automotive
.ODD 00 TIll Ito". will moko W. H. IUCKHANN4I4VIKNON HkiCd with' lItrsol Ins WH AdO rniint PR KW1. "'
"Sonti' hoppy, too. ot only' PULWOOD tormfc N"* *.*.1"1.... MOON IN. I or fum "louis for rontPORDYCI SAFE BUY
only" IIOOOi coth ltdtioo ft AUOCIATII INC. 6< MIM. Mf ).!. tt TRUCKS lOft ALI *
00 PIP "monihlIPARKLIND PINLIY ARIA' 4 IR I both U4 W Unlv. I74.I1MVIRV
*
', 01 I cnrlltmn trio, PARRISHPRESENTS on *ult" Md Sod itroot. Control otlroctlv ...._..., try PORTHIWHOLiPAMILYIlII '' ... ONIlit5 l3MC8'Ioll/ 911,1K. Is USED CARS
"I. Imlnaculats" Ihron bodoom. two!. Nko yard, Only 1700 down homo furnlihod or iinturnlinod oil Hoot pontoon. hoot In 01COllont lIeOlI.In.. condition' -
FHA two torn lomo" In Piorido Pork t* ouolllHd PHA buvor.HIOHLANOI Ii.., Mod contor ond Unlvortlty.Phono cond Dollvorod M your plot with, I mood nor owL IIIXN

It lust whit you taco bm lookIng ..... ...PR_f3J1'_ loko ,,,,. Ton loony g.ugotlototlon II ply llroi, win 1 for KIlL 516 3. MAIN ST
4 IR I ..th. N. W Awn. win. tor. Loroo llvo oak troot | IR I both kjSTMO tonki for "lro uioly. coih or trod ISO pIC9 uo Moouol

C<"'.. Hoot A.c: Doub, odd to Ito mitlfvl lolling' on : : C19olc' ,Nr"1"1: SIt.. 41 H..... foe Hint Uhfur. otwoofl ......... C"I lot I It mokrtwondorful value, Con,.<1 WHIlimCoriton. "
,... .
e.."'*. rd 114.250. Immod. on on sort "lol Thli t lovtlyhomoi N.., Unlvtralty' Lovtly brick homo, I dock UU. Call n Corlroni. Oolry. Mm $ Mr IridJUy. Mr. Htirt. Mr l.iktr

occupancy 130,OH 00 living oworoto dining SI1bIOOMLIlolns raonv dining "JI. thom.
room _
lorgo
YOUR Now Year will M I hooPVeno room, 1 tedroomt I bottil Sod USt DOWN ft =-"m 171 clMlng room III* both, Kroonod porch ilACivoursoll tor t thrill form 17 POPOVTON PICKUP"AL ; FK.ni : FK Z-3U1
INCOME coil K7 povmoniIncludoi '
In tIll tour bedroom two Only .
nko Piorido room A itudy ""khI. ConIon' to sloouoin' ...
N,. U of t. Llvo In and nnl offlcltncv both modorn LIbby, M. gnu homo. It comowwy .'1..... LoCated on 1 to.M ft "' .uronc.. I Wilor fumlthod AvolioM Jon Ito* lint Rout tlmo oloclrlc you uw SIloS, Luo. HIRNOON IIP.VICI ITAT OMH IVENINGS
.pt. '''00. CHI for In.formitlon Lorgo, wplroto dining room thot longs woodfd tor wolklng/ dl*. IR I both M Narthwnt Noor lit I4>. Phono PR 41470, McOonloll Pumltur Ihompooor II.,. 916 SF 'th St
could bo ...11, convirod to a of Ploddi.Iseollant o.p nilvo homoi.. IMMIOIATIOCCUPANCY Co. OolnoVlllo
tonct t* univtrilty I IR. kite _1-. HI ;;. VHnPlng. Contor.IAOtM.1 .
Plorldl room II a.. got SIr II Mot .. V ScMtortIfiTTio
MASON MANOR doors ltd' off tit living room normiotf Ioc.'..... IMl Ibodroom MAKI AN OPPIW 711 "Nl' llth 1>". I .... I both, iPAci-HIATUS... hod bob, ,
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croon porch HOI
CALL
n d 1ov.1, MHO Mitlng IIII" 'Is' adds aol Sods tor111. SaM. Ptosoos31l
IR I loth. C,. CorpttH Sur lIMplna poach homotri Nl Ith cc JAWA motwciclo.Lttinow .
I ,,_. mruMftow end : mo IM II.f .
&
laos plod ond ..... 0 011 brdt AtrwnltliiCludo $ .... d tOiolloIt .10100 Mymonl C.II MPKlnIOOy G_ Inc.P0 ;- 01* .
cirport. Good tlninclno. Call central hilt ond ond Imnwdlotl" occuponcy.Llrao 378-1521 .,.... 54' OIl'. 1IIc..1Io III 50001100' Colt.ditlon 753.34111, Lob. City
"' ,..... .
12" PS
" 1.8390.
fully ooulpprd me dent homo 4 bod. I.: CCI My owiippod kit.foncod ,.
lull pIt -
: Pomlly
"fcMARY kllchon All yourl U).' room, 1 both, lomlly room. cnll- 9:rOb: LasslIao. laallorWm. bach ",.. NW Mellon.U : AND ., :It 111: 14 AUTOMOIILI HIPAIM .
700 card to mortgageAvolllblt droll itKyrogm flwloco In ll.. lilll 1.0,1'I Ausoclals lIP too Clll 11._ 30. Oolu.o' Ronnwo OIM I r I cringo

"ln room DMullhilly londKiptdyord. II 1u.1I.. A.ombst. 711 NW Mfh ;o.C: I both .. Ills now IIM, Phong PR w..Tr.tD.'W:;

MOELLER J.w.KIRKPATRICK. McKINNEY kit oouippod, gorogo, ki toncod _JIIU.POR In our motnr MSS dot
bock .... HI por mo Call J7J.IMI HOMI Ull ONLY iovo7oiplnholl j SHAWlS POWIRI. MOTOR CO. %
REALTOR'Ill Pitch/ Acm Trtdltlontl I kodraom, GREEN for ..,... moeh_ Ul to 171 oochJuko H4 N M.IK It.I .
I I both homo with living room, --- bo.ot, gig to '''. 171-17)
..I'.' .....,... dining room lomllyItrlctM DEATON 2 BR HOUSE III.JII'" m'It'
Avo PR 0M71Mtmbor 11 N. Main '.00. P1 10104 room mod.aro -
W. Univ. "
Multipio LiltingASSOCIATIS ASSOCIATItPltyt built\ \\'P: $,'ihon, CoiIIaIItoat. MALTORS Ml M ,.till. Nl tom ..... J71-IM1 G.E. WASHES ] A.'....*II.. lao Oil.'dt"fll5'5b1IaIis. A

M.mnwn Irono lunMllClot good wortilng condition IN.PHONI '
I. W Moolior ,,,,,, KottirCDorllt A W RMCO. U'N. *01. CORNER LOT I IR, I bolhi CCI. ffW Mellon. PR hull Wwn'lo
Mayo Ihiron GronlHolon Livli Klrklond, len Orlffln' Neon 1.1,11mg, ..,moot Pow I b.droSOs.I Cull 376.1362 aftorI SI wIlN ,,'ro.. P.01110.1 15511.110w. .
ItlyootSPEND IctiRowiJSTMAS. ""'. e.'roll, boated .01 air ThrM bedroom I haItI homo Hiollrocllv :II PM LARGE CIRCULATING I 111' II load,. P1,001 _
__ ,, 100dlIl900l 90090 50 11101 lOS 0 NorthwMt ..... T h It WOOD HEATER $20 Il3tM ,
IstatsI. _Iou, ntldonc with morithon III NW l"h Avot -
lOG lot 0 wlmlloIy
.ull''I.I'' nog Muoro tf of tI 1 .oripoco IR. I both Good condltlM, Call 7H.24S1. Lake City, PLYMOUTH WOiIMl .iPii.--;:.
IN Includes, a owroio d Is. Wl mo AvilloMo oml ot Dot '|] PONTIAC, Ull 0 POlIO
CH Or.sp.csloI Two bedroom homo Inlood ln room and tIolIll e.o0 whIt KIPIKPATRICK' ; nun 1961 409 CrwvroFiT;; block otwmbly v.. 4osoe .....'. SKI. 13900'I

c..dl'ion. 000.4 '''''. Ideal fl'ooloci. Cmlrolly hootod aol II N. MOW ot PR tKMI $100. 7S2-2433 Polo bylnH plrbup. Pie THANvORblHAt flCK-Urj VANS
.1, cindltlotod. Till loomo It es. 'L .UNDOII 'UII'CI ""f.
ForestAn Pines 10' home 5101010.. IR HOUII III Orontd ..|" ' clutlvoiy llttod with McKI ** oyOroon ; Lab City III SI sIN II
inc. Coll )7i-Mlf, for teot or for "',.. Cell TKOPICAt PONTIAC
Excellent Cola red Neighborhood Un/v."ty/ 'er" Now o..slsIds 0. 1111 .". 7 P 110I. Says ovo. modal Iv.--pas.IeH Ito? PONTTAC. Rod'Mm.rtlhoHI .
tubdlvlilon ot morn loll. .... .
..... l.IStN sos .0' teIchIAworloen looMs four bomy IMo.good
FINLEY _, I bath unhuoOlsIl.SI.
J. J. _
Povod limit, mtldo toll DIM MIIM* tor. Ph. PR ot G.RC Tniefe C nftr
ur't ? 4'40tl nrnori Ma Outside city llmilt Jutt in ktrol homo for t lao. IllS psI' _'h. Imo.allaio.coupaocy. ,., 10515, 50ttr 5oo1 ----
rrr!. Mul NO CITY TAXIt lamIl 51w 101511 loll 55 = ARNOLD MALTYpor _10,.. PhonoWINCHIITIR PbS ,,". I964 CHEVROLET 220 N.W Ith Av ,

I SI. S ball. plo. eon., C to. .05 05 Ca.' IMPALA W. Po, SAIls 'u,.. I
luv belorH JoOuaIy ",. Is? H_ Mao, (Molly lotiMd wiminMockt I mll2l. "... Los swOdhlloO 540. Call Cyl. --. 11'101.'

ro 51011 SaImOptMO ot lIla Khool PtVtdMrorX iIS. I IaHIICC "': 0500110 1111111. 17.igii ortor I p X, _
.
looutltul Ihodod lotTMi ,050. 110Cr Llltl0000i, :190051. 010, $ TO VOU ;.lAlCON- condition,'T
I OMd *
proMrtv It hi ncol ont .
Condition PrIed undor 117.OM mo ...... PR HWt or MOot Ou' Vary lesi *101005 Par YIIOCI0lslmaO Ill labs u* poymonlt of MMmwthly AUTHORIZED
.'i" '_ M.M.PARRISH CM M PHA tlnneod with tow 104 NW Kih Torrid :. Mails and Intl How Phon PR 505* VISIT THESE

.. 1000 ..,......1-1... u. 10095 ye. I bolhi _I. hMt/built M.kltchon YH'p.nPAN' LI' OAS' -
thIs tino' proMrtr boforg ygg 11 r p o r t aol ttoroco
I buy Call M S-MI7 ...., tor rout UN pep III 0. ARCHIR ROADSINGfR 'W SoloN 'Ioc',.. d 11.1' N.od.to .
.. ,..... pm estlo
.. PR -- .. "'" one hot .otoyIttlO0.MILTON Warranty Dealers

ASSOCIATII. INC.H. NEWS FLASH I IR I both: blooMs fvrnlihnt only Mill
.. ., i G'aboomCanniyt Vn Ills H Mwt W. hung I I. Unlv Avo Phong VI-in Round 1It_. good dondlllo k)
$ Woyno Hill HUM duplo thor CM lit bought for aIM t "M OOKMlO u_. lUlpOd 515.I MOTORS BOOMOTOR MILTON
J. Poole Miry PomthII toil Was lit "'.."'.. naIl.. Pullyfurnlihod __ aol :bollea IsIp.. $1.bsl. .
.
... ,, II., Pint It Tol_171-U7I CLf AN two boovoom. lltchon nulPM I "m:. law.le CO. INC MOTORS
Good conditionbo NOtISSal
.
.. ,. Fol',. 'f ; :r :1 doss M but ...... .. PhonoPR .0 ItIS. m N. MAIN IT. p* Spin
.. Mcon'I N. Mol | 'ft'
.. .... .".. t., -- $10501 pa' 0,0095 will _' VK, MlCh' C.11 "I W. U.IV.Av. 2001 NW IHh It.... 701
School) MusI told by J.... Ion .. 1t'.IU.. Pll 4.IITI
McCoy Build-in ( jvirEiN ttrDuvolHo e..ldo' .._.bI. .511,01 II F. 2.I4TI

.'. Ith Avt. .'.. N.I. 25th $'. 4,000 Sq. Ft. Mod. 00441 .., VaIl Ie 10901010015 4* 1_. ,., last I96TTELECT.OMATICAutomMMi
Don wolf C.II'" I-MI7. l> log hoi thon I
HornetkItOlysil |
Fins Nw Mt tofiry dining tlilt VHH\l\to\ \ HOOM CM- tosollol old POM tuftonholio ton.vorcoitt. Value Rated CRANE POOU.GABLILbncobs.Mercsry

Thre. bedrooms. tel* both living room, sIn, convtnitntly ASSOCIATES w..._ M Unlvortlty. ond lwn tV Otlto1SO. afPMSo 009155550. MOTORS

end a lorgg I'oroflt and 11119 room plus front I. Prod Ouv Joyn luttorworth $550. Pton.lI PR Htjl.PURNIIHID'ROOMI doml mo H. oK Used Cars

room Built on o nicg in,t lot complete with, plonti located warehouse Cal, J. W Onll H. t. Wlltthlrl / i' biooi witMul otiMnmonlg MM por 50< I. UnLortlty Art. 115 if In AM.F .
porch Thomol W. "$..tttodMcdspIlLlOIln91 from comput, .01 IW lit A o.Coll month or IM lads ttw. B&G MOTOR CO. FR 2-4211 2.4343IIAWIS.POWIRS
ond lawn. NSlhIOda 111.0 MachIt. -
/ in-im Moo lludontt only.
Includm9 ctoitDowopayoo'oll COI' $9500.00 ""i; 005 U"'.. Aol. m....,
Total pried ISO.OO corner lot r OIaoy 5050105 NI op.W $0.0, 'I Ul por moTTorgo lOuIS cornor.SI.A froiT CjdMlid OMinidkll
duly, <>.00illNOFHA space, "',* Oood _.. Ihody MPlthngj 00. Nil latl of lIly, 5455IS 1C'u1ooal.Aoow. Plyor 2COI NW I It. Si RIOGWAY

Monthly ,.,...,," (Include,, imur.nct IMo _IT. CON Honnlolyoot Ill NI led II.iiic.ll _ I dMol I Itoom ondino llghlodPmmon MOTOR COMPANY
1 tfronoiormori MOTOR COMPANY
Ills
.
.) cor llghtod
with ot M M. I
Fmonclng Ig loci, parking OM;1191 : II, all olondpuo'sIo. -

N ...1. ... .. dn1. mono iffht IR, bins s now Kong MARY MOELLE REALrOfl .. ...._.... 0510db II. Ihormoilof. ,vtHog PR H'. Aquorktmw *'. 204 N. Ml. II..*. 1112 t. Mil $tritFR '
bIt W. Unlv' Aol PR ...', AnIse.., 10101.151' 000 51 hodPt GAINESVILLEAUTO FR, 2.2)11 2-MJ1
thIs ChI..... TILL 5 PM $150 Mo. ', Pb 10151. $OiRLl 5ICYtj''tAI now
OPEN SUNDAY 2J:i 10 M I* Out .0 Toes Pre**.., IM or ooil o"or 4 tI ,.11. "NlHh SALES

Call Gerald' 01 i I V Q McCoy W.Dtao T. list PI... 1007 N. Mdlii itt.Pb. I THI GW USID CAR WARRANTY IS i iI
24206I'
FR ,.' 9 Call FR [31aduools aod bo'.. bo..III.1 MjgtM.IMINOTON .
$,. end. 2Jt! Ilv" tot. lOP C _. ..... OoI91h5orNa5, WA.T, to oaoE .uulua iso JI to TO. lLir'-d"i1. ... F. J-'I II HONORED STATEWIDE WHIRIVIR THI
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Off eg located! *t N. M 11_.... MUooio I
Hlgn lorMgo colds M WMUm MM ot county WMd momxl lyMwrHor, III ft Norttxn Florkta IDtAl'ir GW EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED AND IN

SOlOS I7g MT monthRALPH Ion.. PS 1900. .... mvl prakKMr, 0* olos ..... I
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Aol FOIUV I70.IHO RMItW, II WUmv ;;';,1..111I boss whshlo 0ml. both ctolr lit, vocuum M, I/I tlldl9stOdOOIt I MOST STATES THROUGHOUT THE1

of Car"ooO. Moot : no'yuWat l/., botpr 4 tlKwooodVI. I NATION.
III fl horn noor Archor Kg *u14lborNa0d. 11. I. il. '''Cf.1Ii, ; -.. I
SERVICES lot. MM down. .... M* mourn clad, oa ir OuMton woy. ww. |N M CruHlro Mil Ioc_
I PrM It.,.*. Phono ".12'1, Ore for Pork bo oro Juno .. ........ hood< v/-.-d ._. IlL Mil
ell'' PhytHl Doo t, Jtn t IW IHh Avo PI 11101OOPOUIiOs10OI RIDGWAY SHAW fr KIITIR UNIVERSITY

I 40 Idtlwng *r**.rt<*t I 52 1..14. W..04 ; Mll;0fwortprit MOTOR COMPANY CHIVROLIT CO.

....- *. RAMBLER 211 W. Untvmttf Afd.PI IIM N. Mol, |f.F .
Plori r* I MMfop7
And Business GOOD BUY 100I4ANI aQUD -c;..... -JI7l .
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Unmt 700010 sisal ....... lions 0501'

.. ... -- 7 11' I 'M' soloed S P w. .." 50.01 Ol.i Ctooouas poaSy III 10ao51IooI CoUoovlllo'l L.*dl".
11.101 -, ow s.os 2)7 SW W PIece.CLIAN 1 No' ..... __. los RAMILIR DUIIR
_, 55. send bensid.elol 01 P.00l5. III UPI Oryor, Mo TROPICALPONTIAC. VISIT TOURAdtkdflMd
BrokervrrTSruhTv IoollosgC. Mo 51.0100551 pesusIly rn wHIIv. mooorti homo. TV. sold PottS MIIOM row AIMANOTMAO 1132S.
MorflOI' \ .... II -...... s. oorv_ twoS _.... I nvoli ) IMP PR O01, INC. )

; P.. NEcow Hoes "...,. ,0....". "I ,leVI I 005 .'.. Phono -"uMiginvngil"Now MAIN ST.37284U 220 N W, lit A_.. Wsensspp

P50 coni .......... 7OP0I 95Sld 1'luILD sad IOMO i* *. Ml* ft choir Mil Plottormrarkorg FR 2-2JII DO5IHI Todip

30191 '" for elI your notng noodl in* r* pelvis ionn now ornco M 51 Otfld.Dd 5.- I 111 bald OM. otovol
IIJ.LD 5PINAN'lC. pal.* sad your MMHicotlono on R P Mnod Oft up, droMotlncj Molort III
.. ..tossGong lot Mco M-- .
)76.)175'MA wILLIAMS OSSVICI donNa
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City MIL J7JMI7
Byrd Ph *r
Don Vt 2lt ., mo SW 4m K CM JN 000005501 It mllll,

... --..... .. DoonInvonotun 117 or yrttto, '

c.r_ ea'... _Oar.95voln1. "91 50oog45.a .AUGI DCCI IrpCIA000Y 42 Fdmu b Acooog.CLOSE >*'';'L' roMcoroto* MOM SINGERSLANT0MATIC 65 DODGES CHRISTMAS BONUSSAVE
lId 505110 lor .*w. Vcotolrl OlIN t How.woyl .
Clfl im0OOn ft rMOIr 000005 g ond ono _, hotMPhono .
,...AI.'ClL.' toa0N? > door frouMMt COM M v* IN Y.I 10 000 Mild
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5104 Oft
III 0513095
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II ... III." II _MM. I. 0 Colas 4HcrM bxravod pootur stood 0.0*. .... anallallS P m. 01. ItoIt w."..., UP TO $400
PIIO Ik AP.IOOL."AI fm NV torn Ass tn-itr IM autos to M _o od1H Nor.ood MOM '. #UMMntto --.11I--

'0. MrM cMtOM rone.MI "ilCualy 'us.Do' 111. 011 10 balMs 504 111 THI"DODGE

p5* *0.0 cnNV'1OIIAI.La' TILIV1SIONPKIiod MTM *OC M *'InO 11. 95 SoonsuMly ..0. 04455 COw 5000. ole Pen MI or gi. orIN 401' Stecll/ef.I / .1 i lr
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(*d lloawian 053 AM W SOC O* ,7 *M *<*. BOYS"
64 PONTIAC
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.f'. .. 1/"'" IV. .. ....It vtiinG'adVt Iw. allolosal ...'.. Mrt Sal wMillMy C>wUnMIM4t > .P.w.iKP.iMf.' ;
full ROM* Mew f SmtH PtlOov .. Dot.. $00951.10. 0* 2995
.. C_ 1 ov _. Coll PI ooMOf : !-
N. I ,05(10151. .IIC. im 50.5 50. 590 95 isal'. IJ7I $010500009 Ins, >. .V.0. AT .11 JJW .

Auto Glass 'OIDvtl .50 lUllMyplgggI 5150 S 9a10 tVO.sIO0.ly uwo.0,1.5915sa91Ol19 OW....IiOi.-.. moos-,;;. &ii,1r'sp. g. AV.II.01'- 00 uPMK illyt POOLE.GABLEMOTORS dOW :
.-. 1M' ........ ; >-o, ww I 95 OM t
if ,... 01111! 1101. S Muorn is 01110 Pnniuon. C Mrol hoof 4t. 63 MERCURY .Mi9.0-
..... 0 .. .0 H <,lx_ CO. t. PM -. (OIl tMortor doily, low 11.- ...."II.. '

"000 II b450hoS All 5 501 .000MIs. ........- I .."hra d tasdoWIWI's.._-S. p.190 .'coord 14 0. \HIIv.ft AMOClAril m.im me 1,01070 55 50790. f".50y.. 500.01001.tonas All 0.5 SrI- 00 5.0 0 I Isa WIS $Z')'. :

PdCOcb is ...barn -- Ml Ill 00.PH 11* II 1ST AVI.IU.4. .
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I 0 t-. 19.SI01I'vIq51y 54 p.wsss 1.oIIs5DbEs.o4. 4 401' cvittfPi, r.4I.. beet. :
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boost D.-o. St 00 ro.l Irww_ Laid dXint MrhMomt. .Saaaa.a.:5Io0sbIe: ... II 62 COMET
MAul .- PAINTING Nose trhoowMAMV ... _'IN "_ $1110 '.. I,. .11 .
---.. if. dIN II. p. MOCUIK. HfALTOS Poor 91 p15S.... 110 0. 455 "o.- 101 nw Ph_ Av* I 995 .

s."ic.1 I -Modem POinting bOO 5 IlcansIloy boO 5. 109110 .... !>. PW M fMV PI I -bOil-VACUUM ClAIIIR|- fM95. .

Auto Rtpolr > 50. ..w 4. tSIi .
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091 5.91. S.p0101915 -- Deal With 951510.
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4'1 30 GatneivilU Sun Thursday December 24, 1964

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p Your Gracious Wishes One Host and All IIi i Adds Copter


I I.J !::, To Service Merry Christmas

i MADISON, Ind. (AP) Dr
William Keith Haney U kwkin
forward to making night hoes
:.J calls this winter.
And the worse the weathe
,. the better.
Haney has purchased a hell from
.J : copter and plans to use It t your
skip over Ice-clogged roads b
winter and the Ohio Rive
flood waters which ripple hen e

I .; In"I'll the be spring.40 years old soon and UTILITIES
i I think everybody should learr i \r'j
something new when they
a reach that age," he said.
Haney's taste for flying came
during World War II when hf
cl flew 35 missions as a B17 pi
FROM THE CHEFS THE COUNTER PERSONNEL AND Department
WAITERS THE MANAGEMENT DISHWASHERS { lot. w
He is a charter member of
EVERYBODY IN FACT, WHO IS CONNECTED i ,
WITH THIS MODERN CAFETERIA,. ; doctors the Flying who Physicians own their 1,600 own ffi4Z

Each one of w wishes to extend best wishes for to Merriest. planes and stand ready to fly y
Chrfetmas of them all to yon and yotuti.As we scud these Creel.I medical aid.
tags,we also wish to express oar appreciation for having hod the Haney owns a four-passenger
of earring Too in the past.We want to continue and twin-engine plane used for long
privilege
It 4 pledge anew our policy of ody tJse faxst foods,pmpctlrt trips. But he adds, liS 0 m to ,
preparal.ndcotlrteollsly .j. times in the winter it'. almost ."... .Y1 ,
t Impossible for me to make a """ \," I"
house call because of ice and I
1\\ snow. Now with the helicopter ,rtsll '
SO THAT OUR EMPLOYEES MAY ENJOY I can Just hop to wherever ., ,\,
1 1 f CHRISTMAS WITH THEIR FAMILIES necessary. And it'll be great ,. ." '
a WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY DEC. 25th for the spring floods ::\ \
He'll keep the chopper parked !
$ in a cornfield across the I I 9 .
street from his home, where
i 1 he lives with his wife and (-
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year-old daughter. k .
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I North America's smallest ,
and rarest bear is the Blue
5
I Wt CAFETERIA 3 or Glacier Bear, which stands h. = ( ::
Gainesville Shopping Center-Phone 376-4491 : only two feet high at the your Christmasgift
S shoulder. Its habitat is the
5 Mount St Elias region o f
t southern Alaska.
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all tkej'ojs power plant. This new } Jllllllll1Ii!.

unit scheduled to go Into oper- :' t
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we A TAX PAYING CONSUMER OWNED

,''II UTILITY OWNED BY THE PEOPLE IT SERVES.

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1 _= __ HOWARD McKINNEY.

MAYO -COMMtJJIONH

SERVING YOU FROM FOUR EDWIN TURLINGTON. JAMES G. RICHARDSON
J. k ., MAYOR MO-TIM COMMISSION
!rw., LOCATIONS IN THI GAINESVILLE
, ,' :; AREA BYRON M. WINN ALAN D. SUTHERLAND

ri./t./ COMMISSION COMMISSIONII.W.
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3421 W. University Ave.
JOHN R. KELLY
T. GREEN JR.
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f. $k .f'; 130 N.W. 6th Street BiaicTot or PVSLIC unarm cm MANAGER

I A. ClARENCE O'NEILL
OSEE R. FAGAN
: 1410 N. Main Street DUICTOI Of fINANCE .
CITT ATTOINtr

'. :;. High Springs, Highway 441 Time To Change Go ALL Electric!

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