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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 27, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (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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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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i I Bryant Admits Politics Is in His BloodBy F'rya




PAUL WILLS mained content as an attorney Florida politics. I wouldn't wantto him in the future. Most of his remains In the State Senate.McCarty' senator who this year won a
TALLAHASSEE (AP-Don't in Jacksonville after he leaves forget It and I don't believeI predecessors in the governor'schair predecessor, Fuller new six"year term.
expect Farris Bryant, citizen, to office. could," he said. tried the U.S. Senate or Warren of Miami, tried for a The governors from 1935
drop out of Florida' political No governor in many years "When the office, issues and for another term as governor.His second term as governor in 1956 through 19U John W Martin,
picture after he (leaves the governor'i could resist the urge to try for my circumstances are Just right immediate predecessor, and lost to Collins. Doyle Carlton Sr., David Sholts # I
mansion Jan. 5. the same office again, or for an. then I would run. Leroy Collins of Tallahassee, Millard Caldwell, governor and Fred Cone, aU] ran un-
The governor, still energeticand other one.Bryant "But I wouldn't run against a first became head of the National from 1945 to 1949, was federal successfully tor the VS. Senate.
youthful-looking at 50 yearsof spent most of his adult close friend, or just for the office Association of Broadcasters, Civil Defense director in Bryant's family his wife
age, when asked if he would life pointing toward the gover- I've held the highest one and now has Job created by the Washington, before returning to Julia and three daughters- already
ever seek political office again. nor's races that he made -unsuccessfully In the state or at great sacrifice Federal Civil Rights Act law practice in Tallahassee He has moved to Jacksonville
answered frankly, "I might." in 1958, successfully to my family, or if it would Sen. Charley Johns of Starke, now is on the Florida Supreme They are trying to -
Friends who watched the for in 1960. Politics is in his blood, involve breaking my word to my who held the governor's office 15 Court their family life separate from keep
mer Ocala lawyer during his and he agrees that it is likely to law partners." months after Dan McCarty's His predecessor In the gover their official life, In Jacksonville I
four years as state chief executive stay there."I Bryant didn't indicate what office death tried for the last half of nor's chair was Spessard Holland as they did in the cxecu-
would be surprised If be re expect to keep abreast of might be most attractive to the term and lost to Collins, but of Bartow, veteran US (See BRYANT on Page 2M) Need GOV.the BRYANT right time

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Viet Aid .Year No. 146 GAINESVILLE, FLA., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27' 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE 20c
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By PETER GROSE

SAIGON, South Viet Nam American advisers across
South Viet Nam have been Instructed to withdraw from Flood Crest

advance planning of all non-routine military and civilian

operations until the future status of American aid is

clarified, informed sources said _
Saturday. Routine shipments of commodities
Deliveries of major military for economic aid such as Swirls OnPortland

supplies, even if previously grains or cement have not been .
programmed, are not to be held up, officials said. cWrlos
guaranteed.The Major items which are due to
restraining order was a arrive next month are said to '
concrete step to back up Am- Include replacement fighter air-
bassador Maxwell D. Taylor's craft and armored vehicles By
warning that American commitment supplies which would normallybe
in the Viet Nam war turned over to Vietnam a e
would be subject to review if a armed forces as matter of routine -
clear constitutional structure since they merely Replace PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) The threat of a major And. f
Is not restored to the govern- slllar items destroyed or In disaster In the heart of Portland canal Saturday as the < I \
ment following last Sunday's need of major overhauls and crest of the great Christmas flood rolled down the Columbia -
military uprising. repairs. River toward the open sea !

Day to day operations will not Qualified officials said the '"1 -r *, Northern California began to
be affected immediaately, the decision about turning over this 1 ; s FloodsThe count a lingering damage; /
sources said, but any longer already programmed aid would from foods. A J.Qutt-mlle area ,
range planning involving Amer- not have to be made until the M still was Isolated but the flood
ican participation has been goods actually arrive in Viet Lorenio family, at left, log/ waters subslilird. '
Nan Their delivery could not be takes the only way out of Fern- Rescue workers In Idaho were 1
halted. '
t ,,
The question of delivery of considered automatic however ,. +...Jro- aa. .w l+ .a0 rt* dale Calif., by walking arms mending road washouts to reach
major supplies has not yet been they said. flood ravaged area IS miles some 300 stranded persons, and
forced because the schedule of High level discussions tcward V z south of Eureka Hundreds alfamllle Washington's brlraiiurred highway
material now in pipeline does Increasing American aid for "' 'I i lest their dome and traffic began to return to I
not call for any signifIc ant deliveries new programs Including mea c -'" were stranded by Eel River. normnl.
for two or three weeks. sures to reduce flow of infiltration (A* WtrapM* ...IM aol titan In fnmt I-u"le.-b.b1--: River 'fdrecastf and the U.S. .
WindsOne
from Communistcontrolledsections Army Corps of Engineers! said
of Laos and North Viet the Willamette River and the j
f Road TollPushes Nam were suspended immediately of the random tornadoes Columhla-whlch flow together '
after the armed forces which swept across middle in. the Portland-Vancouver ares {
summarily dissolved the civilian Georgia during the holiday dropping at the rate of f
( Up legislature and arrested the shattered this frame apartment )more than one Inch an hour.
leading opposition politicians house north of McDnnonca. The The dikes, which held back
Sunday morning. \'lIIle.l storms uprooted trees the Columbia from lowlands in
Past 300"By This new aid had been authorized maibtd houses and flattened (hi north Portland ares, were
by President Johnson during barns. holding fast I\
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Taylor's visit to Washing. 'We're going to get| through,"
(See VIET NAM on Page 2.1)) a spokesman for the engineerssaid.
The traffic death toll pushed Bad Weather / .
upward steadily Saturday, tend
And in Portlaml the drbrlsthoked -
ing to uphold the tradition that Aim PolarisAt May Hang On Willlnmrlle fell below 1-
Christmas is the worst of all lilt sandbagged seawall which
holidays on the streets and high- MIAMI (AP) -The Weather" held bark Use water 'from the
ways. China Bureau prolonged/ Its severe downtown area on Chrlilmae
The count of fatalities passedthe weather forecast Saturday night Day, 4
300 mark and rose to 319 for WASHINGTON (AP) 1.75. for the Florida panhandle, south There was conildnrihle d..msg -
the tabulation period that beganat Navy Polaris missiles now are eastern Alabama and southeast to riverside property-par.
6 pm. local time Thursdayand poised in the tubes of a submarine em Georgia.The llcularly Portland/ suburbs, i !
will end at midnight Sun- la position to lob massive Bureau said severe thunderstorms Flood waters were iiihuldlng/ i
day.The nuclear fire on Red China. with tornadoes large elsewhere throughout Oregon ,I ,
National Safety Council The Defense Department con- hail and locally damaging winds and the Writ Saturday Out ,;:
has estimated that between 160 firmed Saturday that the submarine were expected from 7 o'clock to misery remained 'fur" the thou. '
and 650 Americans will die In Daniel Boone-which I I.m. Sunday in an area along sands of hnmelris, l
weekend. has sixteen 1800-mile-rang( and M miles either side of a ; : The unusual wtsthv combination -
Multiple death accidents rockets aboard-has sailed from line 40 miles west-fouthwe of .1 hit hd 'left more than 40" 1
swelled the tolL Guam into waters off the Asian Panama City to 40 miles south- Mad did millions of dollars of
One of the latest killed five mainland. She Is the first of an southeast of Augusta Ga. property damage In the Wilt '
persons, four of them membersof expected seven-ship squadronfor Co.m ", .te.. '
one family. Their auto left a the far western Pacific station The floods began .IM| Tuesday
freeway and rammed into a after sn unuMially heavy and J
bridge support near Clarkston, A Defense Department The Plus and MinusBy atUF wet l snowfall blanketed much of
Oregon and I
Mich, on Saturday. spokesman said it Is only coincl- Washington/ The :
The toll ran far ahead of the dental that the first of the missile slather then warmed rspldly
daily total of about 110 a day subs should take station cur CORMIIR our graduate school Indicates and heavy rains organ to f.l
for this year. only three months after Com- Sun Education writer Mel in real, progress In academic lp to three ,lmh tell In a 21-
The highest traffic toll for any munisl China detonated a nuclear The response of an under Challenge 1961 ; achievement," he said. hour period In some coastal arc ,
tai
three-day holiday was recorded test device and began manned faculty !in the face of Dr, Recta hnpefully looks to The !
during the observance of Christ claiming status as an atomic: the rain'I and the rapid snow
a record enrollment was the Also Cains> Disappointments> 1M kgbbture for relief m melt sent small ;
Dais in 1955. It was 609. power nation. top story of UM as far as University filling the sorely' needed faculty (See riMtm tributaries.. Page til2nd ever
of Florida President J. portions.
1 J
Wayne Belt la concerned: Not did the of "We believe/ an enlightened
only University orth/ the ps.onr| of
Were
They Looking back over campus strain Itself to accommodate the the University In this region." build legislature will permit at to Copier
a stronger University ant
events of the past 12 months, record fall enrollment, said Dr. "It is appropriate to point out
Dr. Refits said the way his faculty Rids but the exuded that the students help us meet the competitionIn :
campus quality span In Crash f fltnEKA.
attracting
! Driven to Death reacted when enrollment Intellectual atmosphere plying sod being accepted In quality leatheri. ;
hit 11701 last fall SOU more In terms of grants, Dr Rtttt
I
By BILL HAGER than expected was a tributeto singled out then J million .In : : Calif. (APr A
Suff Writer the professors.Mr federal support for art buildIngs second relief helicopter crashed
In Alachua County today there are 3S people dead who should be during the biennium as In the NorUuir CaWornla flood
alive. The cause of their deaths was carelessness, the carelessnessof Sloerw Good Morning! "etcetdkifly> good:' area "Iutela,.
motorists who drive without thinking. *. He al*> pointed .to s IUIM0fardj The Marine copier from the
of the Involved intended hurt but Foundation grant in carrier fonnlngton" crashed In
None drivers to anyone, their support
cars lulled as surely as though they had been aimed. lilts Guidance Around and About the News: of Latin American studit basting redwood bets at
From January through December only two months have been ki tropical agricultural research Came Grant sear tooth Fork
fatality free April and unbelievably December If county motorists Director, Die as being "most significant and 33 b 40 miles, IOIItli rrurtke.
en survive this month usually the most dangerous Counties fight for blurt unusual." Nary suthnrlUrs drcllnd to
without adding to the aO-ume high death record, they can boll Mrs. B. K. Stevens. U, 1C9M bile of rood moiwy page ID. Probably' the most fnwt/sung say ImiMdlatehr whether titers '
their beads a little higher. 29th A!.., first guldsace DM saw action In county school event of the year the Ueftntty's > were any latali'' It.
But the slaughter that preceded December Is nothing to be counselor at CaiMtvtO High system alw big winds a* ITorL Inns delayed ft.) The bodice of seven persons .i
proud 'of: School and oldest/ member of 41-1'.., ISA. MM; time to re- mlluon general claiwronm build some recovered earlier litur. !
In January, three persons died. One a pedestrian was killed bi the faculty to point of service p Ure-P ge SB. tag appeared headed. for day from a Coast Guard hellecpter }
the city when she crossed t the road without seeing an oncoming died Monday !to Gettysburg.Pa. .... mttty, kf somewhat Lite Uuil ""d Tuesday ofl
a flood mlMion
auto Two persons were killed near Hawthorne when a driver went se The bulldi*. which bad ../I. north of lur....
to sleep at the wheel and his. car was crushed against a tree. A aauve of CarroEI Cowry .,.. lame ifKMual fcolldey greet ed through burwurrstlc reefs The brad kwkjd.d the mw of
A total 'of six persons three each to two separate crashes were Maryland. Mrs. Stevens reeked to ings. Picture ,... oa 1C and shoals dare 1167, spfwaredal three. sad four ctvttiM Good tie.Urns. .

killed in February. On the eighth day of the month a trio of college her A.B. degree frt ra i j sH for comtructiM Ut ... The
students dud to Hip Springs when' the driver of their car SuMKKhaaaa University and ( Irr after bide wen toady kt<< HUD,Marine which helicopter was a
steered kit car across DIe center lane and bits !hate truck head-on tier Buster's degree from Cekiahu for the anuch-MwM structure nnrmady carries .
a
The nest day. Ftb. f, three more met the sane fate wider the Uatarwty. She alee But It horned cod that the crew of Mrs and can tarryas I '
Identical nrcumstances a wrng-ode of he road, kcad-oa ettefan was awarded a prormsional Among the Old Friends: building could iH he built adMigiwd M (any 14 seven passengers I la ,

Aplnmj M guidance from Cekwabu. wltlusi the |l.> miBioobudjtted The crathed
la March, two Bore deafly were chalked ep One pence died by Die legfclature Coast Guard fait
Abby ---- .8 MtCItMy 18ow topWt earner! b..
-- rag reported
In Fairbanks whet a krf-aad-rai driver smashed lido another busintM ..
car, She ww a ea- The tsbmrt tuned VW
a ear
Twn SA .. rarr,,
)fiurJft _
whir struck a third auto and killed sts driver. Later to the month tine trader at Ceheberger 18HiTerateie to pleas tar addttweial funds k>y amherttwo b..
a erew
a motwrist was killed when be turned k) front of a* oncoming auto High School to ........ Pa. tl'fiIP.n 2COPL' the IMventtr of rtorida and I ckild' But wmneii and
.. I'J. VI oear LarMnoia. The erne was careless eMvtnf ae and law taught at Ocala IOY.1( w\'rl.. s8 the Board of Genteel ad **. sd the tfie Cost Guard
bwty el
wording le Honda Highway Patrol records.: Hip School before moving; to TV LOGS tht 'u-is dread the fcdktflg reiteMgmd to an umdeirfitedsnse j
civilian
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:PEOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. More AboutFloods Weather Roundup More About in 1964 -- plenty of time for

carelessness to wipe out a fatality

free December r e c-

FatalsApril ord.It's I
up to :you the driver.

You can let 1964 depart on a
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From Page 1 bright note. And you .can resolve

ZONESB From Page 1 that 1965 won't be an.

their bank The situation was Cooler weather Sunday \other fatality record break

further complicated for coastal and Sunday night Moat. was an unprofitable|trot of his 'car in IslandGrove. er. All It takes is care.

communities by the highest ly cloudy temperatures Sun- month for the grim reaper on It ran off the road .

r.f tides of the year that backed up day In the lower 60s. North- county highways. But May trapping him Inside, then

{ AJ streams which emptied Into( the erly winds 12 to 20 miles per saw two more killed one on burned. The cause was un

E ocean. hour. the University of Florida cam- known.In IIIHIUING.

1ba.wral The tributaries to the Wlllamette A Partly cloudy end colder through pus when a stalled car r an November, the final three
Sunday night. High IS I. ... North I
-which flows northward end northMit wine It to 20 mil, over a youth who was tryingto victims were' counted Careless -!

through Oregon to Portland per CO hour I Coneldarabie cloud''.... push it from a ditch. The driving claimed another .

and the Columbia-which flows through Sunday. Dc...,..., thwart, tot.tomd H second death occurred at the life when a 24 year old motorist for."'"'It,..I.Elton CLLIM-Purwral Marring, aga Sarv.Icn 74,
westward to form part of the Sunday by mining Hill High cool.w.Ita in Itw 7d,. Northerly hy Sunland Training Center, lost control of his car will b. hold at 1W ,,."' an Mon.
at
Oregon Washington border C wlndl P' II Conddorabie fa M mile ,per cloudinHathrough :hour when a speeding driver lost and struck a utility pole. day, DacamMr 1 Chapal. M with' 1t64 Brother DorwytFunaral J. h nAdama
werw..r .
built up the flow of those two Sunday wlin occeelonal enowere. control of his car and It flip The latest and most tragiccase will conducting ba In Gnu. ..Lawn wrvlcal.Camatarytindar iur.lal
.
streams and the crests met in if to High n mIen 77 'per U hour louthorly locally I wire unitNgher ) Oa lOd'd ped. He was believed to have took place Nov. 15, when .... dlncllon ol Donaira, Sum.
# al, Mom. Mn. Marring who Hvad /
the Portland-Vancouver harbor I In Partly lomo cloudy ahowere.O and mild through fallen asleep at the wheel. !two teen age brothers were 1434 f R. Jrd Ava dial Oacambar(3rd

area on Christmas Day. Sunday L.CI'l ihownn lundiy attir- In June,.three died. A U. S. struck down by a hIt. and following, In tha an Ur.lv.._. Tiachlng III..".Hmpltal Mr,.
A gusty wind storm raked the noon High' upper 701 Southerly" WICOSmolly GAINESVILLE WEATHER driver attemptedto .... a mambar at JahovahWllnM
It to is mile, par hour.H 301 motorist thought he could run as they Marring, ,
Portland area early today, butIt through I -Sunday Partly 1 some cloudy local tnowora and mild In Temperature readings pass a car ahead of him before ( fix a tire on their parkedcar mamoara of Kingdom tha family Hall ar Surviving. Daugh.tara 1 .

moved on to the east without the aflarnoMi. High 77 ta U. Southerly, Saturday at Municipal Airport an approaching vehicle near 20th Ter. on NW 8th ,., M,.. Margarat Merlhal Davit. Jsck.onvlll Now York
LIIII M.
causing real damage. wind J K mostly- Partly 10 o II cloudy mile,and par Hour mild : High, 76 at noon; low, arrived. He was wrong and ""''... Soil Plalchar, ,,. "' ....., '!1.'.

Cooling weather throughoutthe dry through.lt...Sunday..... High. Human"ouod Ilkily 10. fout5.Nt Sun-" 66 at 6 a m. Rainfall, .73 two persona were killed I n I Ave.That's the entire list to date "Mr' .... Mary Annla Daimay Jana Itaphanwn 0 a I n,..Gain v III,,,-,

West provided a mixed blessing ,hmr.YIMPeaATYRu5 rly' ..wine madly 10 to Ii mllnpo' Inches. the ensuing head > on crash. From It, law officers draw villa, Sana, J., W.J..Marring... H Marring Jannlngi, ,Jack.Mnvllla Pla..

In the flood situation. It Another driving error running their conclusion careless On. alder, Mn. L.. Jonaa Qui l I t.man
SUNDAY ALMANAC ,
Oa Ona brorhar IiMck Vlckaraof
eased the threat of further aLSisslelNigh Law Preele fun... today .. .. I:31pm, a stop sign cost a 75- driving Is the major cause Orlando FU.'
floods, but added to the discom- J..III.. 7' .3 SunrlH' tomorrow "". 7:2< a m.MoenrIM year old woman passen g e r of highway death. .
"'I.ml 7? 527 AiTmp .. ...... IATM4N KILLIV RANDOLPH Pu.naral
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fort of thousands made homeless 75 .7 the P I...1 tomorrow, Jupll.r, In tin wait 1:41 'm her life a few days later at the Look at the causes of thl8year's ....,e., will ba Paid, In WIIII..
by the waters. Atlanta M M .n 5, "'..',,........., ..... I:04 ,m. intersection of SE 4th Ave. ton today at tin Plrat, .pIi.5 Churchfor
New Orl..... 7S N I. now about 400 million miiea from traffic fatalities. Improper Kallay Randolph Caiman, 1. aon
loam 5.7 .31 tna ""'h. Tha cluttar of dim atariaimxt and 11th St. failure to of Mr. and Mra William R. latman
passing, .
of Archer Officiating1 will b Rav.
Jr *
New York 5f 50 .If
dlraclly abovg Jupll.r It till
More AboutBryant WainlnglonChicago N .7 .N ".,-. In July another pair of fatalities yield the right of way, no Jimmy Mahtril.. Burial, will .ba InOr.no
/ ) :H .IJ Mill Camatarynauf Punaral
Kama, City 2. ::2 Canes KSV TIDMtiituartetf went on the books. Officers headlights falling asleep and Some It 'In chirps of irrangamanti.Punoral .
DenverH 27 11 were unable to find i the most heinous of all -j
.. ITIVINI, MR5. NAOMI
Worth Sund.y Hlg at ':21 ..m. and ITONIS"1It
Lag AngaIN N 52I.ottl. I'lf ,.m. Low ., 2,01 am. sod 2:55 out why a driver ran his car drunkeness. I nrvlc.i' tor Mra, Itavani,
/. AI U .14 pm. ... SI, will ba hold at 10 am. on
off the highway on State Road This what an expert hi traffic Monday at Pint Bacilli Church with

...... ) 235 south of Alachua. He did safety, Lt. S. 0. Roberts of ,Dr Ing. tha Prod,.T..Ic.Llughon.. Burial, pastor will ba conduct.'In Hill.
r w. n't live to tell them. the Florida Highway Patrol, craft Mamorlal, Park undo tha direction .
From Page 1 of JonaaJohnion PunaralHomo
;i- 8ia"wr..MG .,/. The county's only fatality on has to say about the safety Mrt. Havana, who livid ..
IIU S W tlh Avanua. Oalnaavllla"' dlad
live residence here. 1-75 this year occurred July 25, habits of our drIvers Monday m Oliytburg Panmylvanlawlia .

;: iNo Regrets 'Til Now I Bryant said that he had a 'u.,1 ."..._1.. whlll ", .II.bl.. will be found undor Fwrsl Notlas when a speeding auto crossed "Their inattention is the M" ROSS 'U....' Nrv.Sc. .
a MI. ppa the center Une'north of Alachua major problem. There Is no .. for Mrs. Brown. p. 1I. H,,..
>> world of personal plans, but Intended ,
wlia will' ba hold at II:00 am,
iii 1 of Oklahoma City Okla. looks at and was struck by an on- excuse for some of these fatalities Sunday Dec 17, 1M4, ., Third Balh.lapllit an
Sir*. Joy Ha en mostly to practice law. L. W. MOORE |William C. Drummond, a life coming car.August ," he added. Church with Hay J...... Caio,
V tBLOlograph of her husband Lt. Col. James Haeen, "This will be the first time I Word has been received time resident of Trenton, who conducting. larvlcn. Burial' will ba

f lQT) :>aa one of two Americans killed in the Christ. ever just practiced law. Always here of the death of L. W. died Thursday In the Coral brought a single traffic : "Too their many minds people drivewith other I In Hawthorn of Hugnn. Camtry a chailnut untftr Puna thadirection
before I off to makea Moore 87 father of University death again when a driver on I ral, Hum. Mrt Brown who lard at
was rushing Gables V. A.
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hotel. Mrs. llagen Hospital after an ,
< .
Eve bombing of a Saigon found himself on the problems. They should consider I Bon 4 Miwthonte died Drc 11,
rnijj speech or an appearance maybe of Florida professor Dr extended Illness.Drummond wrong IM4 at homo from lingering" 1 111 I 1 e....
waw notified Christmas Day. It also defensive driving lookingout Mr.. ....
of the death William E. Moore side of the road and paid for Sown born .n Doc. 21.
150 miles away, wondering If Saturdayin Is,. In G.orgle and had n.ed In
wets her 42nd birthday. She said her husband gave the judge would let me he Hendersonvllle, N.C. was born Dec. 15, the mistake with his life. for the other fellow. They H.wlhorn. 11 'II". M.. Brown w.mob.r ..
go, 1917, and was a retired construction drive too long, too. These 1Third .011I11 .pllil
CpHf successful dental practice for an Army career. said in referring to the many Mr. Moore, clerk of the worker. Six more died In September, people should realize good Church

"\V1 never had any regrets . until now," she years he was laying the foundation county court In Blshopv 11 le, Survivors A young married couple's car driving requires the RICO,, LAWRINCS liMN Puneralaervlcet ,
SC. for more than 20 include his widow, ran off the highway near proper for M,. Rlior age SI, cook
for the governor's races. years, "
E.U. Virginia Deen Drummond amount of rest he continued. will be held at 1:M p m., on Monday
Asked about his personal feelIngs was an occasional visitor hereIn Orange Heights and hit a DK M ,.u, at Hugh a Chnlnul
the Trenton; and a brother, H. W bridge abutment, killing them.I Like many others in his I Memorial Cr.ip.1 with R... D. m s n
TOURS
/ SIT CUE on packing up to move out past field, Lt. Roberts Isn't Dm conducting ttia ....Ien. Burial.
office In addition to his son, Mr. (Sonny) Drummond, Chiefland Police said the driver had fall overly will' b* In MtPINmt Com,'", un.Mr .
:Xyrui: S, Eaton, who Is 81 today Frnesto (Che) Guevara, of said the chief executive's Moore is survived by his 1 The funeral services at the I en asleep. optimistic about the chancesof nut tha Purl direction Home of. Hunt"',. ,Rior 4 ,Chalk MO

1 jplans to visit the Soviet Cuba's minister of industry, "There: Is a Biblical phrasethat wife, Sadie Moore; a daughter church were followed by Masonic Two more fatalities followed their making carelessness.drivers aware But he'of. villa lived, at died 730 Sat NW. 1211-tl a* |at'..home'. Galnat-from,

talon next iprlng. He wenti to left Algiers Saturday for a tour boils down to this: When Mrs. John J. Jones 0 f rites at Trenton Cemetery soon after, both involving to a lingering' 11I0.... "',. Rlior, sea, born
Soviet rulers. willing try. an Jun. 11. I9M 'In Oalneivllle, Pla,
tIk.to.the new of four "revolutionary" African are the hammer strike; Waynesboro, Ca, and five drunk drivers. One intoxicated i As a further tip he and had llvad hire all of hit Ill.. Sur.vlvlng .
you warns
lie Relieves they want to get mamMri of tho family
motorist down are his
with the nations Mall, Guinea, when you are the anvil, bear. grandchildren MRS. THOS. WASDIN ran a Negro motorists to be particular I wire M'.. ", ,,,, Rlior 4 chlldmn I 1 ,
along Grave side services will be GREENVILLE man as he walked with his: Mra. Florence Aburn of New York
"This means whatever your Mrs. TH> careful on weekends. "' ,.. Annie
"Friday IM Gram of ,
West. Ghana and the Congo Republic Chicago III
lot In life, do it and love it I Monday In Bishopvllle. The mas A. Wasdm 33, 1013 NE bicycle on NE 8th Ave. Another Saturday and Sunday are the Mr. Lawli i Rlior af Dotrolt Mien., M,.
The Cleveland Lawrence Rim Jr. of ,
Pt. Laudardala
Brazzaville). drunken driver
Industrial said ( look forward just as eagerly to family requests flowers be 23rd Blvd., died early Saturday pulledhis worst times, the times when .. Tw. grandchildren, ana ,I...,,
Cuban sources said Guevara omitted. car suddenly onto Waldo Mra. Jouphlna' Filer of Galnnv 111 ,
did morning in Madison ....,. a
he thinks his the next several years as I :Road most people are killed, he not- relative and friend.Gainesville' ..
KELLEY EATMAN south of State Road 225
who spent eight days In secluded to the last four." County Memorial Hospital
friends In the
ARCHER and an oncoming auto swerved ed.The
Kelley Randolph
talks here with Algerian here following a very br let lieutenant Is hopefulthat
Kremlin are Eatman to avoid it, running headon
3 old
year Illness. Survivors Include her
leaders would return to Algiersfor no one will die on our, Sun
to relax Into
ready About a third and
More son of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamR. husband car killing
Thomas A. Wand In roads In December
and h 1
Intcrnatio n a 1 further talks In early Janu- its driver. swish
.
Eatman Jr., died Friday Published
of Gainesville; three daughters may be granted. evenings txeept
tensions and ary before flying back to Havana DiesFrom after being struck by an automobile Debra Lee, Donna Lou The two per accident fa But five days still remain Saturday and Sunday morn

._' want more In Cedar Key. and Alvalyn, all of Gainesville tality score resumed Sept. 30 I I ings bv Comoony the Galngtvllli at 101 PubIlihinq SE-

trI
Kuion laid tie was not sueprjsIiI' .. Page .1 are one sisters Melonle. Mrs. Walter H. Bishop of lights was struck as it triedto Fears Famine and entered 01 second class
,
by the ouster of Khru- ". his maternal and p a ternalgrandparents Greenville. Funeral services pass slower moving traf matter at the Post Office at

idiev, now living outside MoscoW '' ., I.Gainesville. She .was directorof and two great-. will be held in the Greenville fic. Both drivers were killed. MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) I Gointwlllt, Florida.CIRCULATION .

and "having"an easier time ; testing for the Florida Merit grandparents. Baptist Church. Burial will The swift pace continued in, Premier .Abdirlzak HiagI CARRIER OR RATE MAIl IT

then Goldwater. System from 1948 41 and WILLIAM C.DRUMMOND be in Evergreen Cemetery, withT. November, as two' persons: Hussein said Saturday that fam 1 Week .4SS

Cut because the Russian lead- r j was named director of guidance ( I TRENTON Funeral services J. Beggs Jr. Funeral Homeof died in a two car collision I ine threatens 700,000 Somalis M,.. $5II

crhlp ihakeup wasn't oom- at Gainesville High were held at the Church Madison in charge of ar south of Waldo. The driver at almost half this East African I All mall subscriptions must

plate) he feels there Is little 111 1953. of Christ here yesterday for rangements. fault turned in front of another country's population becauseof be paid In odvanct.

iiCcllhood of any radical policy Mrs. Stevens held member. I car. a prolonged drought. He ap- Member of Audit, Bureau cf

changes! ships In the National Education Two died later In the month pealed for foreign aid. Circulation.

>p Association, Florida Education More when a motorist ran a stop The premier made his state All materiel contained' herein ta
the
WORKS'Aides I property ot the Oalnaivliw
LKJ Association Americanand AboutReitz sign just off 1-75 at Alachua, ment at a meeting with newsmen aubllthlng Company, eel ,.... Re.production .

. new in from Wash- Florida Personnel and and the month's traffic deaths I and members of the diplomatic strictly' forbidden In whole.without ar till hi pert writteneermitalon hi

ington to lend a hand on the Guidance Association, North ended when a driver lost con- corps. I M tt>e pubHthtar.SPECIAL .

State of the Union message and Florida Personnel and Guidance ( \\i -- -- .,

president Johnson went backto Association, Florida fit the budget. I Peace Corps trainees last summer -

work Saturday after a Christ- TT Educational Research As 10- The result was a delay that the first AFTER-CHRISTMAS
group to train
mas respite. elation, Alachua County Class may stretch to 12 months In here. i

Johnson reportedly was over room Teachers Association completing the building and

the hump on a budget of around _;. ,;,d and Delta PI Epsilon business even greater expense than If the .i Other trainees here prepared RECORD

1100 billion earlier last week, Janet Gaynor, 58, the education fraternity.She original building had been built to take the field to eliminate SALELarge

although he still was workingover first actress to win an also served as an officer Another project which had poverty pockets In President

details and final decisions and In the Alachua County I rough sailing finally made It to Lyndon Johnson's war on
Saturday the Texas White Academy Award, Council of PTA and the
port in 1964. That was the Uni poverty. They were the van
House said. producer Paul Gregory, Gainesville Scholarship and versity's new graduate engineering guard of counselors training un-

In addition, he brought In special 43, board a plane for Loan Fund Inc. education system, der a grant from the U.S. Dept Shipment

assistants Bill D, Movers, Hollywood Immediately As the first director of test- (GENESYS). of Labor under Dr. Robert 0 ,

Jack Valenti, Horace Busby following their Us Ye- Ing, she helped develop the The idea, pioneered by Deanof Stripling of the College of Edu Just Received .
and Richard Goodwin from Florida Merit System testing
Engineering Dr Thomas L.
Washington: to help on the Stale gets wedding Saturday. program and also participatedin cation.Dr.
Mta previouslywas Martin Jr., is now ready to begin i John C. Slater one ofAmerica's (Ordered for Christmas But
of.the Union message! and other Gaynor the preparation of the State
pool graduate 'cDurses for
scientists
business. married to dress designer Department of Education curIculum greatest They Just Didn't Make It
In who built
Orlando
engineers Daytona the physics depart
The message will be delivered Gilbert Adrian, guides.
Beach, Melbourne and Cape ment at Massachusetts Instituteof In Tint)
session of Con memberof
to a Joint Mrs. Stevens was a
who died in 19 9. Gregory Kennedy through the medium of Technology, Joined the staff
gress and. by radio and television the First Baptist Church of
to( the nation, at 0 p.m. It a film, stage and Gainesville. two-way talk-back television. of the University as a graduate

EST Jan 4. television producer. Survivors Include her husband New faces came and old ones research professor.

D. K. Stevens of Gainesville departed In personnel changes Dr. Herbert E. Kaufman,' SELECT BEST LOVED CLASSICS EVER POPULAR

; her parents Mr. and among administrators and fac! opthalmologist at the College of 't\ THEMES

Mrs A. D. Stoneslfer of Fairfield ulty.Probably I Medicine was recognized for his POP AND JAZZ INSTRUMENTALSAND

Pa., and a sister Mrs. the biggest loss to pioneering research on eye Infections VOCAL MUSIC FOR DANCING OR JUST
Sam Bramkle of Salem N.J. the campus was the departure and his leadership In

I Funeral services will be at In November of Dr. George T.I the Florida Eye Bank and nam- PLAIN LISTENING ENJOYMENT.

It am. Monday In the First Harrell. dean of the College of,ed one of five outstanding young

Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers Medicine when he left to head; men by the Florida Junior

donations to the Gainesville a new $'iO million ml'dlcalachool Chamber of Commerce.The L-P Hi-Fi and Stereo Fidelity

Scholarship and Lean at Pennsylvania State Univer first International workshop Recording by World
Famous
r Fund may be sent to Robert lit)'. In teratology was held at L. Artists

trr Bamhart fund treasurer, at Another Important charge the J. Hillis Miller Health Center -

the First National Bank. saw Dean of University Relations attracting such names as

Harold Crosby move up to Dr. Frances O. Kelsey of the

More AIolltJ'ietNaiii become president of the emerging U.s. Food and Drug Adminis
F
West Florida University In
r tration. Dr. Kehey was credited
IVnsacola and being replacedby with blocking the sate! of the

Alain Robertson.In drug thalidomide In the US.,the
June Dr. Kimball Wiles same drug that produced thousands

From Page 1 became dean of the College of of deformed babies in Eu
'Education, succeeding IV. J. B.

White who returned to teaching rope.Dr.
ton earlier this month. Taylor research.' J. George Harrar, president .. EACH
was working out details of new and of the Rockefeller: Foundation
M Some other campus highlightsof
programs when military power was commencement speaker
play brought new political crisis 1964: I In April when 3,000 graduates -
Alex Smith
Astronomer
Viet Nam.
to were honored.

The U S. promptly opposedthe eavesdropping on the planet .la May a delicate threepartheart Complete SeltctiFPO"t;
.f
action by the Vietnamese Jupiter with powerful radio receivers Store ,? Accessories Dept
the first el
operation -
I learned through the
generals which American: officials
Its kind was performed bya
said threw Into doubt the mysterious radio waves that the
team of IT doctors surgeons
whole constitutional structure planet had drastically slowed Its

: Family Reunion painstakingly built up during the rale of spin. Dr. Smith's discovery comp of Dn. M. W. Wheat. t CENTRAL
James R. Wilson and Thomas
last four months. was acclaimed by scientists CHARMS

\Ira. Stefanlja Rukas of Kaunas Lithuania, 1st reUnited From the American point of! the world ever and NASA: D. Brtley.

with her husband KontUntlnas S3, of HarU view military Initiative set the'has approved a plan to orbit a: Dr. E. R. Hendrkkson was S CHARGE j'Ryll.e
to follow named director( the IT'S Dew
armed forces up as a sort of radio receiver up onSmith's

lord, Con.. and their daughter :
Xork's Kennedy Airport Saturday after 23 year Intervene in the political I In contrast to apace research Dr. Henry Dragstedt recehr tM.'f- e N utx* .J

Separation. Airs. Rukas, 58 years old Saturday WMCparated process whenever they felt displeasure a small band of stu- ed the Henry Jacob BicVm I lOa XM.-9 use w s1a.rve

from them by Soviet secret police 23 yean with what politicians dents hiUhed a plow to an old I Medal In recognition a HW I

fja and spent IS years la Siberian labor camlll.I were trvinf to do. [stxavcht: furnws. It was part of and valuable work ta *"..<-T, j



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December 27, 1964 Golntsvilfo Sun 3A "
'

( His Citation I U ? ll ,


Clears Doubt,'

Proves 'Tale 'I'' :; [

D
KEY WEST (AP) -A white-
haired Navy veteran now hast I
medal and a citation to backup
his story-once discounted i
of lone, bare-handed combat''


War with Laurence.Papanese IL Campbell raiders, 60,World a former -I'' QUauTY Ira DISCOUNY SAVE S ALE s s $


the Rear Bronze Seabee Adm.,Louis was Star decorated Saturday J. Kim "for with by I ul .

heroic achievement"* In May,'
U i
1945." ll

Naval The Base ceremony was vindication at Key West for I, HUB S 1RtMtHl>0 S 50-S10RI GREATEST WASHER BUY EVER!

the onetime Columbus, Ohio,i :
'I
plumber who crawled into camp
at Samar, Philippine Islands,' l Priced Below Moil Order Houses
with broken bones, stab wounds!
and a story no one would be' r ,' r : ,
lieve. '
.. 12SPEED
It was in an area supposed to I /
be clear of the enemy that -I-1ILI
Campbell tangled with Ll Iku
Marunu and seven other Japa-
nese marines. The Japanese 5-CYCLE
clubbed and stabbed Campbell
unconscious, then disappearedin .
the jungle-all but one-whom': PRItt RWl6t AUTOMATIC WASHER WITH
the fighting Seabee killed with HIM

judo.Ll Marunu took along hit< I MI HUT GUMftWKD ,r ALL NEW SUPER WASH

identification dogtags at Campbell 1 I 1T
whom he thought his men: 1 .OKRTTHESEFRNTRSTICMUES I NO I
had killed. I I )

Nineteen years later,the Navy I CASHDOWN 88
said, "to clear the record of an
esteemed fighting man"Marunu I
sent the souvenirs to Washing'i 199
ton along with a letter telling of I lKA892
the encounter near U. S. Navy; j WITH TRADE
drinking been water inspecting tanks Campbellhad about a I ;, .jtj:

mile from the Seabee Incamp
I

ment.Campbell's citation said the :lND' ,
Japanese tried to dispose of him I SAVES : : SUPER WASH
without shooting that would, NAME
arouse the camp, and fled after O EvE RY StEREO 2 SPEED
the fight "without accomplishing pppIIANCEr 1Vr & MAGIC-MIX FILTER
their prime mission of destroying

p'y.' the camp water sup SALE DAYS tt !5 CYCLES BLEACH DISPENSER

Campbell, who now lives in'I DAY #
Marathon, said he had no. SUNDAt\ ESsDAY WATER LEVEL CONTROL
recollection of making camp under :
his own power with a broken -
back, crushed shoulder, ankle I, 5 WASH-RINSE TEMPS

stab and wounds.rib injuries and two< 1 need cash Charge H! f.. ...r e",,,... ..",1.. ,.11., ... .. It". .. ,.. wI.... D.I. .
don't ,
You Oft-Ia" :
The 83rd Naval Construction'!,
Battalion, said Campbell, "was,
not sent to Samar to fight but

to put develop in an air a water strip. supply and I PORTABLE: TV I COLOR TV TV-STEREO COMB.i ELECTRIC 1 DRYERS l AS &ELECRANGES '

"We built the tanks beyond

been some hills making from dally camp inspectionsof and I had 16" TV 21" Color TV 23" Emerson Easy Multi Cycle 20" Elec.WITH .
them for a week without
any
TRADE 2 YEARS 3 WAY COMBINATION 98
unusual The
thing happening. <
area was apparently secure I I $98 OLD OR LESSX29LE $23 8 2 TIMr. $78
"When I saw these men J I
thought they were Filipinos but Elec. Dryer
then I noticed they were armed 11" TV
I 23" RCA
and were wearing scattered bits $88 30" Elec.
23" Motorola
of uniform. They were probably J-WAY COMBINATION
ALL 82 CHANNEL
stragglers, hiding out most ef
the time. As far as the heroism' FLOOR SAMPLE 369 RCA Whirlpool $99
thing goes-well I was fighting $98 $549
for my life." I MULTI.CYCLE
Campbell said he didn't know 23" Motorola T09
why someone didn't check hit 19" TV 21" RCA
story at the time by finding the I 3.WAYCOMIINATION 30" Gas
body of the Japanese whose '
OLYMPIC COLOR-SWIVEL Kelvynator
neck he broke before going $399
down under the others' rifle $499 2 NEAT TEMP, $119
butts. : $109
The Seabee was hospitalized $118
23" Motorola
for months overseas and in 21" Zenith "
Great Lakes Naval Training 19" Motorola J-WAY COMBINATION RCA Whirlpool 20 Gas
Station, Chicago. He said he TABLE MODELUSED
hasn't been able to work since ONE MONTH $499 2 SPEED 6 CYCLE $88
his battle with the phantom foe 129 359 148
who wasn't supposed to be

there. 19" RCA 21" Packard Bell 23" Sylvania RCA Whirlpool 30" Elec.
37 Integrate 3-WAY COMBINATION GAS

138 $499 $399 $98 $128
On
Holidays $._ In ........ Mm fl*.. MAN .,.... .... Ia ..N... tL.r ...,.... .... !I. f Hww, w.. ,.... ...pl.*. ...... ill eieoe. w. ".-... ...,.... S_ ill ..-.. fl..e ...,....
NEW YORK (AP) Thirty. wry bend iww f.__. A" eeo,v Mend nor ._...._. All ..", kn4 MW (_........ All OW! M"4 AA.aq M' aw ._.._
seven teen-age Negroes from
Miss racially, are disturbed spending the McComb Christ CONSOLE:1 TV=,:AM/FM/ STEREOS' AUTO. WASHERS: I : REFRIGERATORS; : ; FREEZERS

inas holidays in an Integrated
housing project in Spanish Har- 23" Motorola 4 Speed Stereo Kelvinator Refria.-Freezer Upright';

km.The boys and girls, ranging In WITH MATCHING lASE CONSOLE MULTICYCLI l' DOOR $178 ':
age from IS to 11, arrived :
$179 $78 $178
Christmas Eve to spend a weekin $138
the l.SOO-fanuly project
Their sponsoring agency Is ft.RCA Whirlpool
the Student Non-Violent Coordi- 23 RCA C Table Easy GE 12 cue '
Bating Committee. The teenagers offeeE : ,u CU ". FLOOR SAMPLE
will see the city sights and CYCLI
special programs hw been $199 588 1-SPUD$148 $168 $148
arranged for them.
McComb was the scene of a
number of bombings and racial 23" GE Stereo-Console RCA Whirlpool Kelrinator KelrinatorNO
indicents last summer. ,12 CU.T, FROST

China Meet $189 AM/FM 598 RADIO IZ $158 CAPACITY $188 1$248'$

TOKYO (AP) Communist

China's gross held National Us first People's plenary Car session 23" Svlvania Stereo Kelvinator GEN2.Door; RCA Whirlpool

Mid.orrrnment. Saturday Chop En-Lais work to Radio ducats report Peking Premier M $ 91 WITH ii49..010 2.smo$168 CYCLE $188 '$$13i23" ;- .


The broadcast gave M further Whirlpool
details except to state that six TV Motorola Stereo 2-Sp. Auto.RCA Kelvinator
tkptitllook and "es. AUTO ICE MAKER
pressed fun a theIR Premier AM/fM MULTIPLEX RADIO CYCLE 2-DOOR 14 cu. n.

Coon En-UTs report" $148 $169 $128 $248 $188

First CJurth .f (MlAilmn. -

......AJM.........I Open 9 A.M.-9 P.M. Sun. Noon P.M.
w....s.w.. GAINESVILLE of free Parking
51'kW 745.,,.M... ..... U. S. 441 N .t fled Bird Phone 3768297Sunday.

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in the NEWSBriefly. More Roundup In 1J6! 4 plenty of time for
More About carelessness to wipe out a fatality -

free December r e cord -
.. ,
r : ..t- :+ .

,, Fatals :, It's up to you the driver.

You can let 1964 depart on a
::: -- bright note. And you can resolve -

6Dalrl From Page 1 that 1965 won't be another -

their banks. Sun fatality record: breaker. -

further Most April was an unprofitable trol of his 'car in Island All It taxes is care.IRRINIt .

communities Sun- month for the grim reaper on Grove. It ran off the to ad.

tides of the county highways. But May trapping him Inside then -

streams per saw two more killed one on burned The cause waS un

ocean. the University of Florida campus known.In .

The Hirougli when a stalled car r an November, the final three ..-
ette-which Norm pjiliot over a youth who was trying victims were' counted; Care-

through to push it from a ditch. The less driving claimed another
_
ttU- Milrtl aerv.
MRS.
and the : M second death occurred at the life when a 24 year old motorist lor Mra. Hun Hwrlng' ago 74,
westward to / / .Norm ky H Sunland Training Center, lost control of his car 5" ... hold. ..it It lot. INS PM, a.. .DoraoytPunoroTChopol .. "' ....

Oregon : hour. when a speeding driver lost and struck a utility pole. / wit, rottw John
.
Jam .. ,...
0* lur.Ul
built up the ..._ 'control of his car and It flipped The latest and most tragic will MMucthW bo .to Crtw Lawn Comotory
.,_ believed have when too dlnctlM ol Dot..",-. Punor.oTMomo .
lIe
was to Nov. 15
streams and took place ,
: a 1101. fc1* case Mot M Tln., .ho llwd of
the ;% fallen' asleep it the wheelIn two teen age brothers were 1434 a 1. and A... dial' Oocombw

I area on Ihrougfi.".,- June,.three died. A U. S. struck down by a hit 'and- lird.511,01,1,la Iho.n Univ....-11.I0II"L H..p".1 N p,.

A gusty, : winds, GAINESVILLE WEATHER 301 motorist thought he could run driver'. as they: attempted w Hen,.nM.,.. woo Kingdom a member Hill o Survivingmombero ( Jehov.li, 1

Portland .mild.. Temperature readings pass a car ahead of him before to fix a tire on their parked I af ma family aro Deuen-
In
It moved on t ,IItOtI' Saturday at Municipal Airport an approaching vehicle car near 20th Ter. on NW 8th ton'ro., Mr Lima,. Morg.rof M Mer.Devil...11. JockMi.lll.Nm York,
.
causing real _", U' : High, 78 at noon; low arrived. He was wrong and Ave.That's. "Mro.' ''. Me sole Plotcfwr mrmoy.' Pt.O I"I"' ._t.. I Plo II...
Cooling iouIII-_ 66 at 6 a.m. Rainfall .73 two persons were killed I D the entire list to date. Mr'. Annie Jeno Stepnenion, 0.will. .'-
,
.. H Herring Jock-
the West mIS inches, the ensuing head on crash. From It, law officers draw _.11I.ion. J. W.Jamot Herring. Jennlnoi.. PI..
In the I Ono nter, Mow Lee J....., G ill Itmen -
.
sing Another'
driving error, running their conclusion :; .careless
'F SUNDAY ALMANAC I G.. One bremor, Snock Vlckori
a
A FAf eased the Sunni todoy ...... .. I:M ,.... a stop sign cost a 75- driving is the major cause of Orlando' '1..
floods, but .r'roclp.J1 lunrIM fomorrow .... ... 1,24.m.MoonrlN year .. old woman passenger of highway death. IATMAM, K elL.., RANDOLPH Pu.nor.1 .
....,.... .....
Sums.n 2141 .
will ko Bold m Will'*
fort of her life a few later at the this
: Tho pionot, Jupiior In tho w. tt days Look at the causes of SdufN
less by the .0 ........................ ,104 .M. Intersection of SE 4th Ave. year's traffic fatalities. Improper I, for ton Kollor, P.ondolph IKo Pint fofmon loptllt, Church t sun
,
I I. now .blur d0 million mil's rrwn .
'rt. Wllllom II BatmanJr
.31 .... forth.. Tho cluitor ol dim otori and 11th St. passing failure to of N'.nd of Archor. Offlciotlnq' will I' bo *.v.Jimmy .

More .7 oN.If .Pklodoo.lmndinclly ibwo Jupltor k tho I In July, another pair of fa- yield the right of way, n 0 Oranoa: Hill Mohorol.ConMtory Surwin/Jtnaut, ,bo--.In

.11 alltles went on the books. Officers headlights, falling asleep and Homo la .ki ell.". of .rrangomonli.TIVINf .
CIOAP. KSV TIOIS were unable to find l the most heinous of all MRS. NAOMI STONIilPI
: _., of ':21 ...... end
_
_.. .
] 5.51 p.m low II 1:01 ..m od Ill out why a driver ran his car ,drunkeness. 'u S3. will MrvlCM... hold for it Mn.1..m.Ittvoni.too on
i / ,14 I tm. off the highway on State Road This what an expert In traffic Mondiy ., Pint lopNif Church will

235 south-of Alachua. He did- safety Lt. S. 0. Roberts of Ins Dr. 1m.Prd.wvk.T. L.uphen.. $urlal puler will, M conduct.In Nlll.
n't live to tell them. Patrol ....I Momorlol Pork no., the dlMttlM .-
the Florida Highway ,._
of JonotJohn*** .1
tuaxie The county's only fatality on has to say about the safety 1175 Home.S.W.Mr ell,/ AnnuS Stwmn,o:::',IIVN:., "1=

five residence 1-75 this year occurred July,25, habits of our drivers: _., In Getty..rg, _'... .

SNo Regrets 'Til Now when a speeding auto crossed "Their inattention is the MOWN, 101... ROI1 fmtrtl ".rv.kn .
| Bryant w.ll.bi', wlu, .. fond sods Plinersl NoI'OOI'
,
the center line 'north of Alachua I major problem. There Is DO for Mn. Brown HO dl.l HW.wwoe
world of will bo hold ot 11:M ..m", ontundoy
at and was struck by an oncoming excuse for some of these fatalities OK. 17. I.o4. ot TMrd SeMI 1
Bra.Joy of Oklahoma City Okla. looks
:j Hagea tended mostly I William C., Drummond, a lifetime he added. loptllt Church with. ..v, Jomn C.,.
car.August .
husband Lt. CoL James Hagen conducting mo ....Iat. url.l will'" boIn
( fflDblograph of her "This will d resident of Trenton, who! drive
traffic "Too many people Hiwihomo Comoiory Dew tho
brought a single
ylBTJrw one of two Americana killed In the Christ. ever just W. died Thursday in the Coral with their minds on other direction' of HughM. 4 Chntnit Put .
death again when a driver rol Homo. "' '' Irani, wh.N ofRf
in rEve bombing of a Saigon hotel Mrs. Hagen before was Gables V. A. Hospital after an found himself on the problems. They should consider I io. Mewlhome, dIM OH. 91,
wrong ItM ot homo from lingering 111 1 nmMn. .
, "wan-notified of the death Christmas Day. It also a speech or Dr. extended Illness.Drummond I side of the road and paid for' defensive.; driving look In gout .Brown woo bom on DM II,
be 150 miles a IMo In Ooorglo Mid dod five m
;;her 42nd birthday. She said her husband gave wag born Dec. 15, the mistake with his life. for the other fellow. They H.w"'.... II y.on. Mi." Brown ...
the Judge 1917 and was a retired con I drive too long too. These S ..."'_ of Third lotho) Kptlit
upTirsuccessful dental practice for an Army career. I said in the : ,Six more died In September, Church.
struction worker.Survivors people should realize good
:\f.never had any regrets until now," ahaVisrr be was I I Ie, A young married couple's car sizes, LAWP.INCI NMN Punoril
years
driving requires the proper ... .. ...
I'I'laM. include his widow ran off the highway near .I. for Mr. Slow, og* cook.Doe. .
:.. Ion for the years, amount of rest" he continued, will M Mid II tOI: M.e.y
:;-;:::,. I about here Virginia Deen Dr urn mond Orange Heights and hit a :M. 1M4 or Hugom'fi Chonnut
Asked Like many others In h i I. Mwnsrll' Ch..1 l with Sn. ii.m.nD
Trenton; and a brother H. V. bridge abutment killing them.
TOURSErnesto ,
CHE ings on Lt. II conducting "' wrvlcM Burlil
(Sonny) Drummond Chiefland Police said the driver had fallen field Roberts Isn't overly will bo .In Ml PMoiont CwnOwy wvor
Mr.
2 rot 8, Eaton, who Is 81 to- (Che Guevara of the chief The funeral optimistic about the' chances tho direction. of Hughn 4 Choti.
> ) h I. services at the asleep. nut Punorol. Homo "'r. Slow, tuft
'dl)':Johns to visit the Soviet Cuba's minister of Industry I said: church were followed by Masonic I Two fatalities follow of making drivers aware of thud ot. .7JO NW 4th. serve, Oolnoi.
.
'There b h. more their carelessness. But he'i Will., lot. ,.1... ot homo from
Veins 'next spring lie wants to rites at Trenton Cemetery 'ed' soon after both Involving e llnwring Illnni. Mr. P-iror wn born
for tour ,
left Saturday a of
Algiers
that bolls willing to on Jun* It, IMI In OoitMtvllio "..
try.
, t41kf ..the new Soviet ruler. five !drunk drivers. One intoxicated ond hod Dmd .... oil of hio' III.. So..
believes they want to get of four "revolutionary" ,African you are the ; I As a further tip he warns Diving, mombori at tho fomllv .... hitwito
;lie motorist down
MRS. THOS. WASDIN ran a Negro Mn. Motor ,
Sin chlldnm
along with the nations Mall, Guinea I when you are man as he walked with his motorists to be particularlycareful "'ro. ,Iet_. Alum ol Nw York
I "This be GREENVILLE Mrs. Thomas on weekends. "Friday Mn, AnnA' Loo 0.... of Chk... Ill,
and the
West. ,
Ghana Congo Republic The bicycle on NE 8th Ave. Another "' ,. Lowlt' line of Del",". Mich, Mr
I The Clevelandllndustrlallstiald (Brazzaville). lot in life, do A. Wasdln JJ, 1013 NE I drunken driver Saturday and Sunday are the Lowronco Sin Jr. ol Ft. Lmd.rdol>.
look forward b I 23rd Blvd., died early Saturday pulled worst times, the times when PI. Two grondchlldron.' ono iliior
.,
Ms Mn. Ja.$ .. Pllv of ilmw 1 116en
said car suddenly onto Waldo
I he thinks his Cuban sources Guevara the next morning In Madison most people are killed he not .., ....11_ inn frloMo.Gainesville .
who spent eight days in secluded County Memorial Hosplt 11 Road south of State Road 225
to the last
friends In the
and ed.The
I Kremlin are talks here with Algerian I' R an. here following a very br leI to an avoid oncoming auto swerved lieutenant Is hopeful !
It, running headon
I ready to relax leaders, would return to Algiersfor old illness. Survivors Include her Into a third and that no one will die on our Sun
More car killing
husband Thomas A. Wand In roads In December 'and h I
llnternatlo n a 1 further talks In early Janu- Its driver. swish Published vcnlngi txcopt

tensions and ary before flying back to Ha lads,0,1 auto of Gainesville; three daughters The two per accident fatality may be granted. Saturday and Sunday mom-
._. "want more Debra Lee Donna Lou But five days still remain mat by the Gaintivlil Pub
vana. \ I and Alvalyn, all of Cables score resumed Sept. 30 tithing' Company ot 101 SE

trl Owith' the United States.' i- ; par. vile; her parents) Mr. and when a car with no headlights 2nd Ploc., Goinaivilla, Florida
&ton said he was not sur : Fears and ontorad second clan
> !!, Mrs. Walter H. Bishop of was struck as It triedto Famine 01
toll .
pd mrtly the ,ter.brl XhnJ.'cjIev. lemal Greenville. Funeral services pass slower moving traf manar ot,th Florida.CIIICULATION Past. Office otGolmnvillt

now living outside Mos $ 1 Gainesville great- will be held in the Greenville fic. Both drivers were killed. MOGADISHU, Somalia AP]) RATES IT

cow and "having"an easier limettlpn of testing for [ Baptist Church. Burial will The swift pace continued in Premier ,Abdirtzak Hiatf CARRIER OR MAIL

Goldwater. It System be In Evergreen Cemetery with November as two persona Hussein said Saturday that famine I Wish ..45I
jtut because the Russian lead- M was named serv T. J. Bcggs Jr. Funeral Home, died In a two car collision threatens 700,000 Somalis Men $5 15

erhip shakeup wasn't complete d s dance at : of Madison In charge of ar south of Waldo. The driver at almost half this East African All moll subscriptions must

he feels there Is little Id 1951 : for rangements. ,fault turned in front of soother country' population becauseof be paid In odvoneo.

livelihood of any radical policy i Mrs. car. a prolonged drought. He appealed Member of Audit Bureau Of

ctpnges. ships In the Two died later in the month for foreign aid. Circulation.
All "'....... contolnod. .....,,8 bIK >
LBJ WORKS lion when a motorist ran a stop The premier made his statement prworty of too OolnorvllUuBIWimg

cation sign Just off 1-75 at Alachua at a meeting with newsmen .production" Compon.ki _.. let. tPM. 1.
In
or It
tj*Aides flew In from Wash and Florida and the month's traffic deaths and members of the diplomatic nrlctiy torbladn without, mo port wrlttonaormlHlM

, ington to lend a hand on the .I Guidance ended when a driver lost con : corps. j .. ot mo puWlihtor.,
wae e ee i
State of the Union message and Florida ( -------- ----- -- -- ------

President Johnson went backto dance Peace Corps trainees last summer \
work Saturday after a Christ Educational that SPECIAL AFTERCHRISTMASRECORD
the first group to train
rn8s respite. elation, In
Johnson reportedly was over room and here. I

thl hump on a budget of around and Delta If the Other trainees here pre-

,tea billion earlier last week Janet Gaynor, 58 the ness built pared to take the field to eliminate SALE

although!/ he still was working first actress to win an ISh. also had poverty pockets In President -I

over details and final decisions ,car In the it to Lyndon Johnson's war on,
Saturday, the Tern ''White Academy Award, and 'Council of Uni poverty. They were the vanguard -

lUuse said producer Paul Gregory, Gainesville engi of counselors training un-

In addition he brought special 43, board a plane for Loan Fund, der a grant from the U.S. Dept Large ShipmentJust

assistants Bill D. Moyers, Hollywood immediately As the ( of Labor under Dr. Robert 0.
, Jack Vilentl Horace Busby
following their Las Vegas ing the Dean Stripling of the College of Edu, Received .
and Richard Goodwin from Florida I
cation.
WishlnRton to help on the State wedding Saturday. program and 1. '
to be Dr. John C. of'America' (Ordered for Christines But
of the Union message and oth- Milts Gaynor previously In the Slater one ww :

erbusiness.. was married to dress' designer Department for greatest scientists % They Just Didn't Make It

:The' message will be delivered Gilbert Adrian, riculum who built the physics department i .
to a Joint session of Congress Mrs. Cape at Massachusetts Institute In Time)
who died In 1959.: Greg1
of of Technology Joined the staff
and. by radio and television of the First
to the nation, it 9 p.m.EST cry b a film stage and Gainesville. of the University as a graduate i I

Jan. i television producer.Family Survivors ones research professor. I

land, D. K. '. Dr. Herbert E. Kaufman, SELECT BEST LOVED CLASSICS EVER POPULAR

yule; her fac opthalmologist at the College of THEMES POP AND JAZZ
Mrs A. D. Medicine wu recognized for his INSTRUMENTALSAND

field. Pa., to pioneering research on eye Infections -! VOCAL .. MUSIC FOR DANCING OR JUST
r w N/ Sam and his leadership In''

Funeral .. T. the Florida Eye Bank and named PLAIN LISTENING ENJOYMENT.

..ratp 10 a.m. of one of five outstanding young

Baptist \head mea by the Florida Junior L-P Hi-Fi and Stereo
en, : school Chamber of Commerce. Fidelity

vllle Fund The first International workshop I Recording by World Famous Artists

may in teratology was held at

k Bamhart, charge the J. HIUIs Miller Health Center '
the First Rela
attracting such names as
up to Dr. Frances 0. Kelsey of the

More u.s. Food and Drug Administration. -

in Dr. Kelsey was credited

IL Viet with blocking the sale of the

drug thalldomlde In the U.l.thesame

I Wiles drug that produced thousands -

of of deformed babies to Eu
J. B.

ton earlier rope.Dr.. J. George Harm.pits. EACH

was working (dent of the Rockefeller Foundation
M ti !
programs was commencement speak

play brought Smith er In April when S.MO graduates

sis to Viet were honored.la .

The U. 1 planet re- May a delicate thnovart Complete Selectie-Ft. of Store I. Accessories Dept.
the action
I the heart operation the first el
."
generals :
the Its kind was performed bya
dais said
1 its team of IT doctors snnteons
whole composed of Dn. M. W. Wheat.'
: Reunion painstakingly els- CINTRAL
I
last four scl_ James R. Wilton and Thomas .
HAUl
Mrs. Slcfanlja Rukas of Kaunas, Lithuania U reunited From the NASA aBartley.Dr.E.R.IIendrkksaa.

with her husband Koiutanlinaa, 59, of Hart view military a wu' I-L CHA1CEKtfufer
en named director of the ETa new
armed up
lord Con and their daughter Nljole, :2(, at New Division: ot Sponsored Research
Store Heon 1 41t[ $TCai
super waft Mont
lork'a Kennedy Airport Saturday after 23 yean 01.panUOR. to Intervene re Dr Henry Dragstedt recur*. '

).< Mm Ruka, 38 yean old Saturday was process stu eel the Henry Jacob Bi '' lOt AJi.9i P.MPEOPLE wow snewyw r'

ttparated from them by Soviet semi police 23 years pleasure aa eld Medal' fa RcagnitkM e. 1IN

ggg.and spent IS years U Siberian labor camon. were twine I part of and valuable work kt at- wy. .


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KEY WEST (AP) -A white-
haired Navy veteran now has
i medal and a citation to backup II
his story-once discountedof -
lone, bare-handed combat
with.Papanese raiders in World

War Laurence It Campbell, 60, a former II QUAILYi i) DISCOUNT SAVE SALEM.
Seabee,was decorated with - $ $ $
the Bronze Star Saturday by l
Rear Adm. Louis J. Kirn "(or I l'I'
heroic achievement" In May, I I
1943." I j llis, ul l I illl i 4

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The ceremony at Key West, "**
Naval Base was vindication for I F1UOS I--- REATEST WASHER BUY EVER!
o the onetime Columbus Ohio,, !
plumber who crawled Into campat ,
Samar Philippine 1 Priced Below Moil Order Houses
with broken bones, stab ISlandl'j t !
and a story no one 1 I Ir
lieve. be-j ..
It was In an area supposed to'
be clear of the enemy that i PWCESii
Campbell tangled with Lt. Iku ROCK-BOHOM; I I SIB '
Marunu and seven other Japa-I, 1
nese marines. The Japanese '""""' 2-SPEED 5-CYCLE
clubbed and stabbed Campbell, snu ,
unconscious, then disappearedin
the Jungle-all but one-whom'I' RM>M.ui AUTOMATIC WASHER WITH
the fighting Seabee killed with mvf ma ...

Judo. I GUARWUKDnKftT All HEW SUPER WASH '
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Lt. Marunu took along tin ,
identification dogtags ef Camp. FRNTRSTIC !
bell had,killed.whom he thought his men THESE 4' HO


Nineteen years later,the Navy _ VALUES!_ _ 4 S. t CASHDOWN
aid, "to clear the record of an .r;
esteemed fighting man"Marunu
sent the souvenirs to
ton along with a letter 199 1KA892
Wlshlng-j
drinking the encounter water near tanks U. WITH TRADtSAVE'

had been Inspecting about a
ment.mile from the Seabee Incamp-

Campbell's citation said the SAVE! SAVEtNV Y
Japanese tried to dispose of him SUPER WASH
without shooting that would *
arouse the camp,and fled afterthe ON EVERY TOP V STEREO 2 SPEED I
fight "without accomplishing APPLIANCE. ? & : MACK-MIX FILTER
their prime mission of destroying
the camp water sup D AY S
'ply." SALE t 5 CYCLES BLEACH DISPENSER

Campbell, who now lives In I SUNDA MONDAY '
Marathon said he had no TUESDAY WATER LEVEL CONTROL }
recollection of making camp un-I
der his own power with a broken -
back, crushed: shoulder, ankle -I 5 WASH-RIHSE TEMPS
and rib and two, 1t
injuries
stab wounds. don'tneed cash Charge Y.. .., ,"" ..... Nrila ....., ... .. .... II rei w..... DeL
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not sent to Samar to fight but,
to develop a water supply and COLOR TV-STEREO COMB. ELECTRIC DRYERS GAS&ELEC.RANGES
put in an ab strip. I TV TV
"We built the tanks beyond

been some making hills from dally camp inspectionsof and I had''I 16" TV 21" Color TV 23" Emerson Easy Multi Cycle 20" Elec.

them for a week without any-
thing unusual happening. The''' WITH TRADE 2 YEARS 3 WAY COMBINATION $98
area was apparently secure. 'I' 98 OLD OR LESS $23 8 $78
2 TIMP.
"When I saw these men II 298
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thought they were Filipinos but Elec. Dryer
then I noticed they were armed 11" TV"
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stragglers hiding out most of
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thing goes well, I was fighting i $98 549 $99
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why someone didn't check hit I 19" TV
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story at the time by finding the I COMBINATION 30" Gas
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body of the Japanese whose -
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down under'the others' rifle' *109 499 2 HEAT TEMP. $119
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tar months overseas and In'' 21" ZenithTABLE 23" Motorola
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THESOUTH '
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1 Zttorlda's Beautiful */ .D JOHNSON, Vic* tnuimlX On Firearms N
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= e i ,..rll.I.. DI...,.", 101 TAKTAOLIONi, By DAVID LAWRENCS
j Vkt ,...1_, ...* Cliwldkn NI..._.
By RALPH McCillPulltnr :pf WASHINGTON This Is the story of a single Ufa lost In
..
,
1 :: TilE SUN'S POLICY lilt Alum P" WMrNif(Oil CtmrthrtiM PvMlriwM the unsafe society of taday. But It has significance for the

I lives of many other persons who could face the same dangers. -
=
1. Report the news fully dnd impartially In the new columns Where'sThe : 4 .

i ZT 2. Express the opinions of the Sun In-but only ,In"tditorioli.. Charles W Fitzmaurice enlisted in (the Marine Corps as a

t = ). Publish oil sides of Important conUov.r tol 'Issue{. Lrr a private in 1936 and became a second \lieutenant In 1943.

: T The Sun's telephones: All. departments' ..1411Russell's MostPoverty He served 18 months In the pacific ares during World WarII
and participated In the campaigns on Saipan and Iwo Jims.

In 1952 and 1953, he fought In the Korean war. He was given
? several citations and battle stars, became a Lieutenant Colo

ncl, and was regarded as an outstanding officer in the Mains .

New OptimismTo Santa Clans has come and -- Ni1.( corps.
gone. The Janus faced New THE COLONEL and his wife and four children were in

most people odds of 6 to 4 of nations. And only a few monthsago Years day approaches. 0 n their home In s Virginia suburb of Washington on Saturday

Against world atomic destructionwouldn't he was gloomily forecasting the that day tradition has It, man night, December 12, when there come a knock at the en
be especially cheerful news. has the ability to see forward 4.'tLs,5L trance. As the colonel opened the door he was shot In the

But coming from Bertrand Russell atomic doom of humankind.It and backward and to make abdomen and killed. Later, police said the weapon used was
a shotgun.The .
th| crusty old British philosopher seems to us, also, that Russell judgments. assassin has not yet been found. Since Colonel Fitz

they are downright optimistic. is guilty of the same flaws of logic A new Congress Is to meeton maurice was serving as assistant head of the promotions

that he accuses his opponents of hold. January 4. Much of the r. y : branch In the Personnel Department of the Marine corps at
Russell has been preaching doom discussion In that body win / the Navy Annex In Arlington, Vs., it is being widely speculated
these many yean. Today at 92, he ing. He generalizes. Of course every- concern itself with what the that perhaps the kill.

thinks things are better: ". a great body's "against" atomic warfare President has called Tha ing was done -by someone

many people do believe that a nuclear everybody who Is sane that is. The New Society." A beginning WORLDS FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST with a personal grudge connected -
will be made. When that New with the
Colonel's
war. can be fatal and destroy every. practice and vital question is how to Society will be attained In the work.

body. And I think that has causeda prevent its being foisted on the world decades ahead depends more Another possibility is that a

timber of people to be against a by miscalculation or mishap. on the vision of local leadership deranged mind similar to

nuclear: war. It's almost a common. More important we think is the than on the national Happy Holidays ? that of Lee Harvey Oswald,

place. I should put the odds the task of convincing the skeptical Russians What will we do about all who killed President Kennedy
other way now: 6 to 4 there will NOT that Is contained In the word was responsible for thishenious

be a nuclear war." and now the Chinese Communists "poverty" much of It structural O {font flork( SItmr has gone on In one form or First It was those In S o uth crime. The Marine

that global inspection be In a pattern of lacks In By JAMES BESTON another now for 20 y. a r I. Viet Nam who collaborate Colonel was not a national

Russell like Karl Marx had been permitted in order to allay fears of a education and opportunity WASHINGTON The Most of the military leaders, with the French then those figure, so there will be no

before his betrayal by the militarist secret atomic bomb buildup. Had a low levels of community culture Including Lt. Gen Nguyen who collaborated with the memorial centers or
the Johnson administration
and so on? more Khanh, have been at to all Japanese then those who collaborated manumenta built to honor
!, Is a pacifist. Its means well but man of Russell's intellect and stature
Where Is the most poverty studies the mess In their mature \lives. The surprising with the North Vietnamese him. He will doubtless soon
his views have been so extreme and expended his efforts in that direction be forgotten though he
Where are the most poor? Viet Nam the more it feels thing II not that they Communists, then servo
at times so illogical that they can who knows how much farther trapped. It has considered are now fighting among themselves those who collaborated with ed his country faithfully and

not be taken as gospel, even among along the route we might be at this A NUMBER of economic every alternative to the and blaming the U. S. the Ngo Dinh Diem regime with distinction both In war

those who would like to believe everything moment? studies have been made by present policy\ of losing the for not winning the war for and now, most recently those and In peace
Russell organizations and by the federal war on the Installment plan them but that there has really who collaborated with Gen The bereaved family has

says.It Bertrand Russell a well-meaning departments of Labor only to conclude that been so little evidence of Duong Van Minn, or the Bud received the condolences of

should be remembered, for example and very intelligent man, must get an and Commerce. The answer Is else's proposals everybody are war weariness under the cir dhists.It the community, but for them
at hand. and the rest of the
that a few years ago Russell "A" for both effort and intention, worst than Its own. cumstances.The Is difficult to "unify" the country
The 10 states In which unanswered
question Is
per
.ivas quoted as saying the United but his pearls of verbal wisdom to capita Income Is lowest baa- Firm(, It has explored the munists North have Vietnamese counted Com- Influential s country if leaders more are and more why nothing has been done
on purg
#States would wage a preventive borrow the Porgy and Bess song title ed on 1963 averages, beginning French ideas both here and what Is now happening precisely ed. In fact, It is difficult these since I the assassination of

atomic war against the Russian bloc "ain't necessarily so." with the lowest and continuIng In Paris. The De Gaulle -frustration and political days to know who's in and President Kennedy to prohibit

J In order to the highest, government Is convinced that Instabllity-from the very who's out without a score- the continued possessionof

are: the Communist government beginning. Gen. Vo Nguy card. One day Khanh Is characterized lethal weapons by Individuals -
I Mississippi $1,379; S. Carolina In North Viet Nam Is terrified en Clap, the North Vietnamese here as being a who ought not to be permitted

I Ii 11,584; Arkansas, $1,598; of bombardment. It believes defense minister spelled great friend of Secretary of to own or rent them.

=Voice of the People Alabama $1,656; Louisiana; that limited raids on It out long ago during his Defense Robert McN a mara THERE IS, of course, wide

J i 1 $1,768; Tennessee $1,776, Kentucky routes and more U-2 flights battles with the French. and Ambassador' M a xweU spread opposition to any

I II $1,789; N. Carolina over North Viet Nam itself "The Enemy (m e a ning Taylor and the next he is \limits being placed on the
$1,813; Georgia $1,863; West would bring the Communistsinto sale of weapons Intended for
France) he said "will pass trying to get rid of Taylor.
i .On The Sun's Opinion Page _-. Virginia, 1872. serious negotiations. slowly from the offensive to One day we are told here that lawful use. It would be unwise

The table Is, wa see, also a the defensive The blitzkrieg Khanh Is weak and to abolish altogether the
; -yalRlsns' end f Sun ..4... ,.. In v./ ... ...... vaguely possession of .
I mmiitti i ire wiles tics the People .01" LtHutn study In geography. The tableof THE FRENCH also believe will\ guns for protection
transform
I .sseN bt II. .d and her the wrllw . i cooed 500 wends o4 must k. w.lrt.n ... wily see nit .f the MMPMtrv central k. ....... Tk. per by regions pressure a war of long durat Ion. Is a powerful anti Communist or
1 :fun ,,,ewes the right H eel.et l wtf brae ii M ....!., II, withmit. rimmlne the. w.I#..'. m..nl" w shows that only the might be possible to get a preliminary Thus the enemy will be warrior. for enjoyment in sports. But
Southeast Is below $2,000. The halt certainly there Is a
--' agreement to caught in a dilemma; he has rising pub-

'"Loan: Closet clothe s newborn baby i la met many fine people of Southwest Is barely above $2- the fighting while the nego- to drag out the war In orderto YET WHEN the admmis- lie opinion In favor of requirIng

,, Gainesville If ,you buy sere Gainesville and Alachua Coun- 000. All other regions are well tlatlors are In progrsss, and win it and does not possess tration considers Sen. Wayne licenses for all those who
iceable but above. The twq highest a r a they are convinced from on the other band the Morse's Idea own guns, and periodic examinations -
cheap: garments ty and have made many new of handing the
:!JcIJj! 'Guests' ,, (only 3 changes) and the friends especially: among the the Midwest and Far West, their own long experience In psychological and political whole mess to the United i to determine whether
the
mother Is able make $2,818 and $2,886 respectively, Viet Nam that no major means to fight Nations Individual can be expect
to a
long-drawn-
many people of or getting out of Viet
::ii lTOR, Sun: Thanks to of the Items. young our community One of the concentrations of agreement can be made In out war." Nam ed to refrain from using such
I have altogether It finds these
tEECalnesvlile: Sun'i publishlujfMiiy We Americans with our enjoyed working poverty is in the Appalachian that part of the world without proposals either weapons improperly.The .
with unrealistic
Ictlor of last Augustoouuirnlng baby showers friends and them and for them. region. It Includes the deeply the acquiescence of the NOW IT IS Washingtonthat dishonorable.For or states have a right/ to
the StuKnpU Many ,people have asked me depressed coalfield towns. It Impose restrictions the
Foreign Chinese Communists. on useof
relatives who give us the Is suffering under th Is the
If judgment here I Is
this wasn't a thankless
an Closet and its work job. Includes portions of 11 states; dilemma rifles, pistols, shotguns, or
of same
major portion our layette neither will- that the
Indeed not. There a re Second the Johnson administration people who have
o' lending household furnish- many Yet. there Is more poverty In any other firearms.
Certainly
would find It difficult ing to risk the blltzk .1 i been
very
r staunchest
I g our
times when might become claims to have friends
If
IflJJJIo international students you the four poorest deep South licenses to own firearmswere
to care fur a baby with only Itself nor prepared to concede In South Viet Nam
disheartened tested these ideas In are
when secret
precisely
feel
the of you states of Arkansas Issued
at University Florida Mississippi, only after a medical
one two changes of clothes that the effort
or at unify. the
that negotiations with the Chin ones who would
I we had a very generous response you are spinning your South Carolina and Ala certificate were furnished -
and two dozen which ing the South
Vietnamese
diapers has be
surely
from local citizens. Is the situation of wheels, but then comes that bama. None of these Is in the ese. Officials here Insist that failed. purged by the the community would be
; many time when Into your office Appalachian region. the Chinese have shown not Communists if we negotiated better protected than it is to
Since 1963 when
August, ,
these foreign mothers are Actually, the problem of a settlement and
I walks one of the young What will\ the South do about the slightest Interest In "netralizing" u- withdrew.
the 'Closet had Its
Inception forced Into. These unifying South day.This
young Viet, Main This Is
why the administration
all of Viet N
have a m
people been ,
you working It? method
might not
we have loaned over 290 pica wives who with
are coping anew gets more difficult for the
feels
with and but only In getting rid of the trapped and why
"Thank always be
,
est furniture and appliances says an effective safeguard
language need customs U. S. with
NO GENERAL Is every political when wish
"' answer American up. you anybody a
You.. troops as a preliminary
&43 student families representing and way of life and many heaval. For the last 20 as there are some pea
possible. The moat effective to "neutralizing" South years, happy holiday at the Pentagon ple who become
countries. All this cannot be done deranged
21 Many times with a new baby are alone one after another has
political J leadership from the Viet Nam. group these days it is advisa-
Item are being used by the without help from outside of suddenly and would use guns
most grateful for any help the aoutn in the congress is old, been purged and llienat e. ble to smile.
third family. Closet can give them.. At home the Court. I want to thank and captive of the that Third the Johnson admin.Istratlon recklessly. But the percentage
years
,IU possible that, with they would have a large family the Gainesville Police Department were. There Is a certain pathos feels that it has of those who might take
another trimester coming to unit to give advice and from Chief Joiner to In hearing them and readIng tried "expanding the war"to human life Including their

a close, there are people both physical and financial I the patrolmen, for the guidance about them. Their speeches North Viet Nam specifically own, could be materially cut

moving who have household assistance but here they patience and help any and addresses are mostly In the aerial bombardment On Second Thought down If there were some re-

things they would rather not have no one, and It can be time of the day or night. TheSherlff'l nostalgic reminiscences about of the Communists bares strlctions imposed upon the
pack but would donate to the e., N.e vane T_ possession of weapons which
a frightening experience. Department from the past. They condemn the In the Gulf of Tonkin. formed on good authority
Closet. Others hay have Should a reader have baby Sheriff Joe Crevasse to the new "liberal" Influences. Their conclusion Is that this LONDON When Honor that there Is no such thing as can be used to kill.

baby furniture and equipment i items which she would b e deputies, for their help. They They find the US. Supreme \limited retaliation raid produced Blackman a television a good British camera." IT MAY BE wondered how

as well as clothes and willing merely to lend to have taken their time to help Court out of tune with the no evidence to s u pport star many more crimes of
linens for babies and chI I- lend to the Closet until she me whenever 1 have asked for law and customs of another the French view that the Com returned recently from the violence will have to be com

dren up to 4 and S yearsof herself needs them, this can It. We can be proud that we generation And somehow this munists are "terrified of 'United States she said it wasa Spain mitted before the local authorities

age which they would likea be arranged. W. have quitea have these fine law enforcing they find to be wrong. Civil bombardment" and Wash shame that she had to throughout the country
little International guest number of things In student agencies In our commu- rights legislation Is and ington's fear is that North pay will begin to take steps to
In our city to have. Any wrong $39.20 duty on a new camera. Approves protect their I
communities
homes which have been nity. I want to thank Judge unconstitutional. The theme Is Viet Nam cannot be "terri
thing useable by a 0 a Ines- loaned to them under the }I. 1L McDonald for givingme we should have waited another fied" without risking a major This remark prompted Sir Bikinis against the Irresponsible useo
ville family will find a ready stipulation they can be returned 100 for war with the Chinese.ACCORDINGLY f rifles o r pistols or shot
the opportunity to assist years changes to William Robson Brown a
home with student tam Ules guns.
to the American .
lending
him In dialing with the coma "within the hums tel MM YIIIr ThM
member of
Parliament to
In residence here The
already or family any time they young people of Alachua Coun heart" This sort of leadership .. they haysgone MADRID It U now of sale of firearms Including
one arriving as this trimester are needed. has Its counterpart la on with the present po}-' write In the London Evening ficial: Bikinis are welcome h ammunition, Is a prop

ends .about Christmas. Over and over I am told ty.I some of the local leadership, Icy of counter-guerrilla activity Standard, "The shame I Ishers. Spain. The proof Is the 1965 er subject for regulation by
arrivals want to thank the
New cases parentsfor states
many by the students from country political and private. and of urging the squabbling Could she not buy a wall calendar of Madrid's and counties.
will be unable to find a their cooperation and understanding It has
after sometimes been
that t la at'gued
country "only South Vietnamese pnl- Ministry of Information
British camera? bn't she and
furnished place and the Closet America would people do a We are living In WE MIGHT ask of the old iticlans soldiers and relig- Tourism now being that the Constitution pro-

will then help them with thing like this for a strang a complex society and it isnecessary leadership political and private ious leaders to compose their British distributed throughout freely the tech the right of the Individ.

the necessities until our supply er." Thus, Gainesville citizens that we give just a why so much of povertyIs difficulties and get on with Since then Sir William has world. si to acquire firearms. The

.Is exhausted. One baa can do a real service... little more time to our children after s century still\ basedIn the war. been doing s little checking. The first bikinis appear Second Amendment says:
only to add up mentally the not only by helping a student In order that they can the South. Why have we the page for March on "A well regulated militia,
"necessities", bed sheets guest from a n o t her cope with the complexities of clung so tightly to our economic Even here In this hotbed Last week he wrote another tempting picture of In a. being necessary to the security .

pillows blankets low els, country but by showing these the world In which we live. bondage? Why are we of wishful thinking, however letter to the Standard, saying camping site. Bik a I I e aside of a free state the right of

j wash cloths, table and chairs, Influential men and w 0 nan The, Juvenile Court of this just now beginning to break it Is conceded that the pollti- that he was "a little unjustto outlawed in Spain until n 11. the" people to keep and bear

dishes, glasses, pots and that Americans do have a County Is only a little over away and participate In t h e cal deterioration In Saigon .1s Miss Blackman and that few years ago arc also displaYed a arms shall not be Infringed.
I pans. .and then considerthe sincere regard for the welfare 1) years old and we have national growth and prosperity getting worse, and the reason camera." In bathing But this has been wide-

"luxuries". .ea.y chair of other peoples something come a long way In this short ? Why have we perpetuaU is not very obscure. marking the months scenes V construed by constitutional
sofa, occasional table lamp the Communists would time. But we can't stop now, ed "our way of life" when wa The fighting! la Viet Nam He explained "I am In October. up to lawyers as mean-

desk and chair chest of have them believe otherwise. there is a lot of hard work to know It to be comparatively w, arms necessary for the

drawers bookcases rugs, Anyone Interested In learning be done yet before we can poor In educational and job militia, and not the pistols or
curtains accessories. .and about the Closet. ? Was POTOMAC FEVER other
more say we are doing pretty good. opportunity It worth it deadly weapons used by
you can see how a student'sbudget pleaso call mo before noon One to get down la the economic the lawless. States as well as
thing
we must think ofvery By JACK WILSON Cow lea. Washington
for a year collapses at 37] 3321 or after noon ditch with the Negro w that Bureau t h federal government
seriously and that Is the
within a few days. Most of and oo weekends at 371-MM. creation of a separate Juvenile he could be held there? It It The administration has two druggists Hubert Humphrey and therefore. can regulate the
John
the students are on scholar PATRICIA P. SAMIEL not Insult to the white the Commerce Con.. MM of
Court Judge In this County an people nor new Secretary. LBJ's delighted Now ha can get arms in much the
ships which provide only Foreign Student Loan the of of the South to Insist that utters for us wholesale. tranqul. am. way as traffic problems
obtaining
detention
a
enough money for college expenses Closet ol the Gainesville they atone, of all Americans Ire subjected to control forpurposes
,'food and rest so the Council for International home other than the cannot be trusted to With two In pharmacy
participate men experienced business of safety
and ) at his by agencies -
county Jail enough
Closet serves a real I personnel command tile
very nleDdshlplnnr In the national life but President has ta he o*
need In the Court. that reason hope can get a milk shake with no whipped state, county and city
cream
must be segregated from ft? on It- governments
If a family arrives with each ease worker can faithful.
There Is DO the There
reason why
certainly U valid
small children or a baby Is Help ly follow up. South with its mapUlc e a t The new coder cigarette advertising forbids claims reason far banning all no of
born here the needs are multiplied I wish It were possible to that ther make use
Youth Worker thank each resources and people cannot smart healthy Cf ktnd30Ine- ll i K l say they help you let you town* as there are many
Include and la
crib more
to baby every one move rapidly ahead cannot Blue Cross.1Ve use out of liglumate
and mattress high chair EDITOR Sun: It Is with person. Since this Is Impos have accelerated economic purposes for their
employment
sterilizer, bottle w al m er, deep regret that I will not be able I'm taking this meansto growth But It h.wtk To require \however -
must m a v a have la ship .
more t Nam. examinations and
In the Alachua Juvenile do this The Vkt CM to restrict -
stroller, playpen training! County with the hopes that bead with the times and with rem
the the
seat, car seat .tc. After Court this coming year everyone will read this. I wantto history it cannot staid 'larta"1 government troops are lilt poorly armed tilt,',. hardly worth firearms to sale or rental af

much research this summer During the post eight wish everyone a Happy Still looking wistfully at the present medical persons w" rae
1 discovered It takes absolute months that I have been lathe and certificates
an Prosperous New Year.
for time that
past yearning a Wa find
problem at aH Irrels. la Itdonasia President attesting to their sound
Sakarn mental -
minimum of $SL7J to Juvenile Court I bate ED HtTH Is touch
was because his feet are swoEea. la France the trouble is much higher! condition art certainly
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a two young ladies Club, Green Hearts, Con- ardson High School. She Is Delores Richardson, daughter 1Brenda .

tt will make their formal bow to cert Band and Community a member of the choir, National of Mr and Mri. Nor man

Gainesville Society on Wed Choir. She plans to further her Honor Society, New Gaskin, Is a senior of Mebane

nesdsy Dec. 30, at I p. mat education In the area of pre- Homemakers and Student Count High School a member of the

1 the Lincoln High School I medicine. I cil. She plans to become a registered band. New homemakers and i

gymnasium., The occasion lathe nurse. I St. Matthew Baptist C h u rch. ri- t M
Brenda Davis
daughter
second annual debutante Joyce She plans to become a teach

netettes Club. Mrs. M. J. Cos Davis of High Springs Is I Mrs. Everlene Hill of High
Celestine Patrlca Williams
by president senior of Mebane High School.:Springs Is a senior of Me- ,
Linda CarruthcraEyvonnc Jacquelyn Jones daughter of Mrs. Lull Will- Davy Juanlla Nattld
bane School She Is President
High
Other members of the club She affiliates with the Spanish
lams Is freshman Gibbi
Club New Homemakers of the Student C 0 u nel, I at
r are: Mrs. C. Griffin vice I senior
president Mrs. E. H. Harper, 1 dramatics, honor society ber of the National Honor Society Junior College and a memberof ,.

Mrs. M. F. Wedlock, Mrs.J. Student Council basketball Spanish Club New the Junior Ushers Board of

C. Jones, Miss J. Bryant Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church.
team and Allen Chapel A. M. Homemakers and the Mebane .
Mrs. L. Lewis, Mrs. R. She to become teacher ,
plans a -
r Mrs. C. Duncan. E. Church Sunday School secretary Gazette Staff. Her ambition is
Brown to become teacher of ,
a Eng-
Mrs. D. H. Coward and : Upon finishing high 1 (
lish and foreign language.
Mrs. J. M. Hayes school, Brenda plans to become Ivey Jean Williams, daughter !! ,r

r a teacher of physical education Jacquelyn Jones, daughter of of Mr. and Mrs. Isad ore

The Dignltettes Club presents Mrs. Nancy U Mickens, of Mic- William of Lake City, Is a ten-

profile of Its future debs anopy Is a graduate of Lincoln lot of Richardson High School. I

who were selected In recognI- Jeanette Dawes daughter of High School and plans to attend She Is a member of the Future

tion of high Standards of moral Mrs. Katherine Dawes, Is I college to become a nurse. Choir, Greene Hearts and
senior of Lincoln High School. Club. She to become -r
.Charm plans ,
social civic and scholastic She Is member of the New
a Alexis Jenkins, daughter of a teacher of business ,
I
conduct Homemakers and Bartley Temple Mrs. Eva Jenkins and the late education. ,ta l t l
Methodist Church. She W. L. Jenkins, Is a senior of i I
>t Eyvonne Andrews daughterof
> Mr and Mrs. Abe Andrews
ambition is to become a regis- member of the Y-Twns, JunIor of Mr and Mrs Henry Co- I
X/x High Springs Is a senior of Me- tered nurse.Elizabeth. choir and Swimming Club. .
vlngton, Is a senior of Lincoln I .
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.y Andrews Elizabeth Foxx bane High School, member of Delores Fox; the She plans to become a phych- High School and a memo Annette Hill Doris Terry

the National Honor Society& daughter of Mrs. Lois Foxi Is ologlst \ ber of the Senior D r a ma i

Student Council New Home- a senior of Lincoln High School. Doris L Perry daughter of tic Club. She plans to become
makers Gazette Senior a teacher of English 1i
Staff She participates In the band Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Perry, I.I Is
Dramatics, Spanish Club and and Student Council. Her ambition
senior of Lincoln High School Lavon P. Wright daughterof !
Allen Chapel A.ME. Church. Is to become a registered
0 a member of the band and Future Rev. and Mrs. Thomas '.
Her ambition Is to become ,
a
rW nurse. Business Leader of Amcrcs. Wright. Is a senior of Gainesville
teacher of home
economics.Allean .
Bettye Lou Frazier, daughter She plans to become! a High School and a mem- i

Bell, daughter of Mr. ,of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Frazier teacher of business education. her of Mt. Carmel Baptist

and Mrs. Is Is senior at Mebane Church Red Circle choir I ,
Ralph Bell a memo a Shirley Scott Is the daughter -
Youth Forum and NAACP. She
ber of the Nurses' Club Stu- High School at Alachus. She
of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Scott .
in the plans to become a psycholog r
dent Council New Homemakers participates actively a senior of Lincoln High ist. !
I band New Homemakers Dra- I
,
and Majorettes Club She School, and a member of the
r
'matters, National Honor Society Nurses' Club. She plans to become Cecelia Ann Lawton. daughter
plans to become a nurse. and Is a member of St. Mat- a practical nurse. of )lr. and Mrs. William

Linda Patrlca I Camith- ;thew Baptist Church. When she Juanita M. Nattlel, daughterof Lawton of Newherry. Is a senior -
finishes high school, she plans at Mebane High School. She
era, daughter of Mrs. Thelma Mr. and Mrs. Rubin flattlcl -
Carruthers and the late Carl- I to further her education In the Is a senior of Lincoln High II a member of the New Homes

ton Carruthers, Is a senior of'area of physical education. School a member of the Beau or Dramatics and the National I

Richardson High School Lake Waldra C. Greene daughter ticians' Club and Drivers Club/ Society, She plans to be- ,

-4 City. She Is a member of the I of Mrs. V, J. Greene of she plans to become a hairstylist I come a teacher of English and

Gloria Wood Bettye Frazier Student Council, radio club I I Lake City Is a senior of Rich- .: foreign language Delorn Richardson Lawtontire

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will be held at Mt. Zion A M E, South were present to hear

News of Special Interest Church on Sunday, Dec. 27, at such speakers as Dr. LJcbhaf-
1 pm. sky Of the :200 attending two

Voice of the People persons represented! Florida-a 1

PLANS MEETINGThe representative from the Uflr
; Colored
To the Community Female Protection Society willy of Florida, and W, Er-

No. I will hold Its regular vin Rouson Glbbs Junior Collego's -

--i.0n The Sun's Opinion Page* News Item. for this page should be directed &to Hen F. ChlMn, Colored New. meeting today at 4 p m. In (St. Petersburg, FIs,)

editor by mail at 52ft NW 8th St. or by phone at FR5751.: lo not send the dining room of the Greater Director of Guidance.:
Opmitni red IMIIMIIK -* Son n.4m .n ask\ mt in *> Vic f** b itlvmii.I UlHrt office. Ft. Clark Baptist Church. ,
S.rot k. tnn<4 .. ...... .. .. .. ... .... .' .. MM.n. aq
.. ..co. SCO sad mull k -"" !. t Hi M. e. fMtnr .u. k rood Tb The dues and endowmentsare economics "
Sun iei,,,M lh. tare H raiseS err kn r w h ........ It, withers ck. ..sins Ik* w,,,..', "' ...*. w I. A LANDMARK If-control. ((11 Timothy the Mt. Zora Baptist Church be professor st N C _
'.-....--.. 1:57.: IISY.) recently' and was successful.The to paid In full duringthe Slate, predicted (hat the decade
Bible Thought Rekindle meeting.
dentanding. We are living In ly follow up.I youth conducted both the 1900 to 170 would ace a
Ii
Many Help a complex: society and it lanecensary wish it were possible to the gift of Cod that Is within NEW BERRY NEWS morning worship at II I m. and The members are urged to d,-cline of 33 per; cent In !the i

Youth Worker that we give Just a thank each and every one in you ,; for God did not give Yrath Day Succetiful evening worship at (.30 pm. be present! number of Southern farms,
us a spirit of timidity but a
little more time to our children person. Since this la Impossible I 1
with 21 cent of Die South'swhite
EDITOR Sun: It is with In order that they can I'm taking this means spirit of power and love and Youth Day was obterbed al WILL STON !hEWS sun: PROf.RAM; per
farms l of
,
going out
deep regret that I will not be cope with the complexities of to do this with the hopes that Clirhilmae ProgramThe I The Juvenllle Lodge No. Ill
In the Alachua County Juvenile the world In which we live. everyone will read this. I want will have Its annual Christmas business while M per cent of
Court this coming year. to wish everyone a Happyand ::1 i. ... .r. Chrktmas program will party on Jan 2 from ) p m. toI the Negro farms will be sold
The Juvenile Court of
this I. be presented at the New Salem
.. S I p.m, at the Recreation Center -
During the post eight Prosperous New Year I out ;
County is a little : Baptist Church on Dec 27 at
only
over .
months that I have been in ED HUTU 't.. .
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the Juvenile Court, I have 13 years old and we have ''W'I I pm. I Each member may bring a Dr, Howard F. Si'fuller, pro I I t
come a long In this short gueiL 'euor of business) economics
met many fine people of way SINGERS TO APPEARThe Mri. Emily Wallace will be
and of the Unl
Gainesville and Alachua Coun- time. But we can't stop now, Crown Jubilee Singers .l1I. In charge of the program. public policy
there Is a lot of hard work to PATIENT: IV VETERANIUOKMTAL verslly of Indiana cited facts
and have made new ; The public Is Invited to at
ty many will render a musical programat : I to anwrt that II wilt lake hall
friends especially among the be done yet before we can the ;.. tend. I
Friendship
Baptist '
for the South k
I Tom a century ti
Gray la confuted the
we are doing good. to
say pretty
young people of our commu- Church Sunday Dec. 27 at .
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.catch up with the rest of the
,
One thing must think V.terI/ll1l0llptfal st Lake ,
nity. I have enjoyed working we of 7 pm. I P'UXRA\lIl'Wn'L' City ; nation In per capita Income al

with them and for them. very seriously and that la the The public U Invited to attend The Hopewetl Baptist Church I Mr Gary' friends hope that the present growth rale. Sthaller

Many people have asked me creation of a separate Juvenile "llf' ... had Its Christmas program on he will/ 1cIJth.. well again i predicted that the per cap
wasn't thankless job. Court Judge In this County Dee. 24 and successful
If this a was 1--- ,;Its income In the Sooth would j jhe
Indeed not. There a re many the obtaining of a detention HOMECOMING SET Tb attendance was very CAtl'\l1U ttns slightly .less than OMO 'hi

times when you might become home, other than the The first Sunday In Jan. 19M good. New Pastor. I'ITT), about four fifths of thai

disheartened, when you feel county Jail, and enough personnel will be celebrated as Homecoming a Ret, Frank Collins, of Lake for the nation as I whole/

that you are spinning your in the Court so that Day at the Friendship Bap LACROSSE !NEW Butler, la the new .. at I I Speakers the meeting also|

wheels! but then comes that each case worker can faithful tilt Church. The Bethel I A M E. Church the Damascus Baptist CJlucb.1 emphasized the need for Juitor aI

time when Into your office I' will hold Its first Quarterly Rev, Frank Collins part e r; college to offer more termInal
of the .. '' Conference with Rev. W, M. Miss Shears .
walks one young ''J' Pelmon reporter tour.... Occupational: ed
people you have been working Robinson) In charge today at I nation need emphasising also
On Second
with and says "Thank Thought. 1. .. tOUTH'll tlohoNICOKECA.IT: : I many of them declared. i
pm.The j
U BIKU;
You. Ml IMV Vw tw.aLONDON a food British tlmerl.- i'\>, ..... .... I members are urged to CHMtLOTTE. N C. A The meeting was a three dsl
AH this cannot be done alone : When Honor submit their written report. I- session which wag sponsored ht
thorlUe I
pointed to lots of )11II
without help from outside of Blackman a televtuen star the
Agricultural Policy math o,
the Court I want to thank returned recently from the SpainApproves PUN) PftIX.R.UI !formerly, given Negroes and lhe|lure at North Carolina Stall
high percentage of
the Gainesville: Police Department United States she said tt wasa I The Christian Travelers Negroes in Raleigh and !held in

from Chief Joiner to shame that she had to pay :Orals will appear to a 1rtUI'I who tors will contributing spot| farming to the as 11..111.fac-l| with A & T College coop.oration hGrMfuonro.

the patrolmen for the gn.dancf : $3120 duty on a new camera. 'cal program at the Church Conference .headquarters
'economic forecast III !tie Smith.
pattenre and hep! anytime This remark prompted Sir HikinisMl ,Cod la Christ oa N.W, 7h A. was the Queen Charlotte

of the day or night The. Wiffiam Robsoei Brown a MOT nor TOM* I emM, following the ..,.lett. .I'' Dr. E. E. LMhafsky, proIn Hotel.
Sheriff Department from member al Parliament U MADRID It is now official There will M no admission ** of wonumk al the Cal

Sheriff Joe Crevasse to the write In the London Evening : Bikinis are welcome hiSpats. prke. but a free win owning versify d llowlod told delegates -
Standard "Ibe shame 1 Ifhers. n. proof h the IKS Ml. Carmel Baptist I n .B
deputies, for their help. They will be accepted. Bishop H. I at a conferetice eti economic
have taken their time to help Could she not buy a wan calendar of Madrid's Receives Bronze at IMAM i Williams, pa.tt%. Deacon MJuel opportunities and humanrevwree day School IM a m. morn
inn wwhlp. II a m; and B
BntbIac.J."aheBntisII Ministry el lafonnaUtt and
whenever I have asked for Reese, spmiwr. adjuilmenU !that employers
me
K. wean be proud hat re ?* Tourism new brag fred j I while IN' George W Core Jr.. prenldcat" of FWM M the South had hi T, V. f JI pm. Mid-week/ Med.Uatiosi

have these/ fine bw S erJIote.InC Since ties Sir WJBans has distributed throughout the AAM l'.i..,. /y, Tallahassee, luota ... Oi. John J. NOTICEPsUbearnf many tt rated eoWaliooallUodsds Servkts 'hnda,. 731pm.

agencies h sir commawry. been doing a Bute checking worll Kiel, coordiaaur the IV c... Army Corp. t.rntulal. ..- I. Lodge No. 54.11 for employees wed : and Yesjll i Forum I

I want to thank Judge Last week he wrote another The tint kimis appear .. Capt. .Andrew D. Per hint, recipient el the pride ef CainrwUJe, will/ give,:." Wednesday, 730 pm. a... T ;J
Jot he page for March k* a Browse Star for eirplin aenke rfrnd daringhW a family nltM petty st the hall He ado said white wmme I 4- Wright pastor: Sirs Esthei
McDonald gig
X. H. to assist letter to the Standard, Myng tempting picture of a sea reeesit military ajwlfwmewt' he Viet. Nam. Capt. on Jaa II at I p m. I had keen. amusing many Jnotfarnwrly W, 'hams, reporter 1 ,
the opportunity km
that "a bile
me
was nstjoat side camping site. Mills 1 I'erkisu. recently awlrwed' to the florid AM ROTCIsMtrsKltoei The Ibd .
him to deallig l with the to KM Blackman and !Hut : ,; t In the different I gives to Negr men Juhnsno Chapel Baitls I
people of Alachua Coun- camer.e: ..'* eutUwed to Spain 0U a cult WM awarded. "'*.,. Mar la a cite* are Jnvil d to attend. A caw In peed Is wailing onladles. Sunday Sthnol. '|.p a. m
young few yean ago are ale eVplayed swrprUe rereaowy held daring a review .f the cadet *nd! Baptist Training" U awe

yi explained, *1 am ... to tatheg arcsjes sweyo .? Cat Klein. He to a Mllte. .? A mar 111.. HAVTHORXe NEWS A t total of 201 persons fromriuotfc V3! pm. Ref, W, J. T.Ior,
want to thank the partrts: fanned esj f9 d authority marking the BMnths op to Tevaa. The RTMIM Star U the ..t... third highest leJMd CWfrV UMTW *, .',.. sod g*> 'ailor; Mrs.. Hjrrlef JONt

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Clears Doubt,


Proves 'Tale'

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KEY WEST (CAP) -A white- 1 ,,
haired Navy veteran row has 1 lam
a medal and I citation to back
up his story-once discountedof -
lone, bare-handed combat

with War Papanese II.Laurence. raiders In World QUALITY '

'f!, Campbell, 60, a for. t ) DISCOUK 'SAVE-SALE-- $ $ $
mer Seabee, was decorated with
I the Bronze Star Saturday by
; :Rear!' Adm. Louis J. Kim "for
I heroic achievement" In May, I I IA ( ,
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...I' j jBy 1 i Florida JACKSONVILLE Times-Union(AP celebratedits ) -The

first century of existence
I .. Saturday with a 312-page centennial
BILL H\GER harrass the state's witnesses un
Sun Staff Writer :ill their testimony is reduced Florida's edition.oldest continuously I Prices Slashed I

The scene Is a packed court to mumbling; a jury of any des-
the TimesUnion
published dally
room. A tense audience hangs cription selected In a matter of
traces its direct to
history
m every word as the defense minutes; the opposing attorneys the Florida Union, which began All Labels *
attorney questions the state's square off toe-to toe in publication Dec. SI, 1864, as a Major I .Top Recording Artists
a hot argument while the
key witness. Suddenly he turns, weekly devoted to news of the
judge futilely attempts to restore
points an accusing finger at Civil
War. It became the Times-
lie rear of the courtroom, and order. You also woD'ta lee Union in 1883 when it merged IW
/roars' "Why did you do it, Mr.' shapely young female witness [with the IS-months-old Florida
Bide?" A grizzled old man sit on the stand with her
Homer Side, the town drunk- skirt at knee-length; and youwon't Daily Times. pYCONNIFF SAVE 70"! I
The centennial edition carries
rises slowly from his seat, see a thick Upped, broken I
wrings his hands, stares blank- nosed hoodlum sneer at eight special sections plus a tabloid -
'r at his accuser and replies, the judge and say "I take de history and a review of Du- INVISIBLE
'I didn't mean to kill him. I Fifth." val County progress during the f Latest Release and

inly meant to scare him. .I'm What you will see is: i past 40 yearLMost f' tt TE S
Wry," he sobs. art work Is in color. t1s rmSIronA _
A long, and sometimes boring
The paper's first double
The broken man Is led away but often interesting case news layout and double page page Top Best Sellers
V take the cell formerly
> over
In which jurors are selected in color
layouts Innovations
are among
occupied by the now ecstatic '
a matter of hours-not minutes for the Times-Union.
defendant, who embraces his -and only after being asked bs.r fir
unruffled attorney. Later, over questions ranging from "Where Research and planning began Regular 2.69 Monaural LIV

cocktails, the master lawyer were you born," to "Are you April 1 with the appointment of
explains to his colleagues how opposed to the death penalty Richard Martin, editorial page
editor of the Jacksonville Journal
he cracked the case that befuddled -
You'll see succeeding witnesses and student of Jacksonville
the combined law agen- a 'r' _
cies of seven counties. "It was asked the same questions history, as editor of the centennial -

Just a hunch," he tells them. so many times you'll have them edition. i 2 99
,memorized. "Was there
'Sometimes a hunch pays, any He wrote many of the historIcal .i vot.2
wJ.LEKrf nhR :re
of harm to this
harm threat
off, sometimes It doesn't" he or articles and obtained others e' '" Ia
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defendant to induce him to l Y.
from in various fields.
adds, chuckling softly.If experts ,a+ea.ue awra
make a statement? Was any re- "Hundreds of rare photographs Only
o you've ever seen this ward or hope of reward held have been tracked downin
type of courtroom action, chan- 'out to him if he would make a: the course of our research," Each
ces are you were watching Per-,statement? Was any leniency or Martin said. "These include M
ry Mason perform. In the hope of leniency promised him rare scenes of Jacksonville in 12
world of non fiction trials j,if he would make a statement the 1860s never before pub-
such. video land outcomes occur ? Was he harmed In any lished. CHARGE IT
about as frequently as Ben way to force him to make a a t ;
the
bylines
Among are LyndonB _
D i I Ion's statement. ." That's a sam
Casey smiles. Matt
kissed Miss Kitty more times Johnson, Dr. Wernher Von ,. ? ,,, on Scan Revolving Charge
Braun Farris and
ple.You'll Bryant Hay-
than you'll see the scene in a I see the Jury removed don Burns.

|I real Dizzy courtroom.Dean pronouncing It's rarer than a from the courtroom while law-| "One of our most successful Regular'J.:; ,19 . Stereo 260
",' yers argue the law with the projects was conducted by the w
four-syllable word correctly, or judge. You'll see the Jury re Jacksonville chapter of the
Cassius Clay replying "No com- turned and the arguments repeated American Institute," Martin

o ment.' for its benefit.You'll said+ "These planners devoted Pick-up from hundreds of the latest pop hits
If you attend a real trial, I many man hours to a series of
;*If.you'll be disappointed If you you. You'll see see much much that'll that bore:sketches+ and articles depicting by your favorite artists now at big savings. |fyou're
expect to see Jacksonville in the year 2000."
I The state attorney's every won't. You'll be intrigued and a collector, now Is the time to complete f
{. I objection overruled, a man run fascinated by events that occur
o .Into the courtroom late in the during any normal trial. Fatal Backfire your library, Hurry while assortment lasts.

1; trial waving a new piece of evidence -I And you may find youno
:J';Fj ; the defense attorneyJACKSONVILLECharity longer enjoy Perry Mason.I Of Her Revenge


DoctorsPractice DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. (AP) International Award Albams!
State
1f'Tells :- Police laid a Douglasville I

I ; man, James L. Purcell, 36, B
killed his estranged wife In Stereo awl"Monaural
) To Charitymay Florida after she hl mailed !
,him the skeleton of h/r dog as a

4 be eligible," he wrote Christmas present. ,N ; .

should be part of every physi "It must be understood that Police Capt. J. C. Hicks said f r .. 1

cian's daily life, the president we should be guided by the Purcell had been charged with L. P. Records ""a
of the Florida Medical Association :principle of the Golden Rule murder Friday and returned to WEST SIDES aaY
b reminded the state's in attending the needy" Ocala, to await grand Jury tre

ft doctors. Dr. Day said under the pres- action.
a ks Mrs. Purcell, 48, was found i
ent system doctors are not forced
In his Christmas in
message
I dead In her home at Magnolia
; the current (Dec.) issue of the to take any patient, but it Haven, Wednesday. She 88c9viCHARGE
i
Is their obligation to take those
Journal of the FMA, Dr. Sam- had been struck in the chest'
uel M. Day said although the in need. Once the patient Is accepted blast.
by a shotgun
physicians of the U. S. annually -, he pointed out, it Is thephysician's I Officers said Purcell had
each duty to render the e .
contribute some $5,000 .
+
wife's
killed his dog several
I
st i in donated services, they shouldn't best services possible at a price months ago. FAMOUS 45 RPM SINGLES IT 1 '
rest on their laurels. Even the patient can afford to pay.
'
"If he can afford nothing on Stars Revolving Charge IJ
.: though a national poll In 1961 It costs as much to produce a Sellout rOver
charge nothing. If he can afford
I revealed Florida general television commercial today as fifty titles to choose from ""e'--T "x
a little, it helps his dignityto Pricefe
the
practitioners were leading it used to take to three- r r
let him a little," Dr. put on a Music for every age and every t p. r
In giving medical servIces pay t
nation
act dramatic One recent
play. mood. Assortment Includes classic, ,
and the state's specialists Day wrote. second auto commercial re- Hits of the recent past that may Broadway shows, religious, country y

ranked second among special He asked the doctors to keepin quired the cooperation of 200 now be hard to buy. Sears has hundreds and western, jazz and many more s +
ists, Dr. Day admonished the mind his definition of char- people In five states over a four- .to choose from. Pick-up the Complete your record library today. tt r $t wit.
medical men to be familiar month period. The final bill was missed. u- ea i
ity "Giving without receiving ones you
with association recommendations tn.OOO i
I according to need" So longas
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charitable services.
on physicians do this he con- J

"County societies should at cluded, the public will be satisfied w JI
-0,; tempt to see that their members and there will\ be no' : u I

,i!;; recognize reason able strong support for government I' ,4. r
; ,:k i, standards regarding those who medicine. \ : J 0
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l Criticism Not Suppressed. .
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SAIGON, South Viet Nam of the 31st Regiment of the 21st I, 0/0 INTEREST :

(AP) -US. military officials Division. King was assigned to
it on Oct. 20 and died less than C i
there had beenno
laid Saturday two months later, on Dec. it i .
suppression of critical reports
written by an American An Army spokesman said
King's criticism "was no new
Army officer before he was NOW PAID ONCERTIFICATES
revelation. Reports certainly I II
killed In action against the have not been stifled." I
Communist Viet Cong.
The spokesmen acknowledgedthat !
The officer, Copt John King, the unit bad been rated

32, of Bradenton. FU, said in a
"combat ineffective" In September -:
letter made public by his par- OF DEPOSIT
but added that King had .
ents that l his Immediate super-
lot refused to forward King's been Informed of the status of

evaluation of the Vietnamese the men and equipment before

battalion to which be was at- he was assigned there. j I $1,000 OR MORE FOR 6 MONTHS

tached.
I He said the combat Ineffective '
The report said the Vietnamese rating placed on the unit had
battalion commander and been cleared by Brig. Gen. William ': OR LONGER.

his unit were toefTectht. E. De Puy, chief UJ.operations -]I

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t and The matching The Razorbacks like Alabama State the surprise team of the On Saturday Jan. 3, the Gator .
+ By WILL GRIMSLEY gram will draw more than 300-- racuse ((7-3-0)), Both games start tions-Sugar, Rose Orange six points. game
Associated Press Sports Writer, 000 fans but these will be onlya at 2 p.m., EST. CBS has the Dallas game. two of the sport's coaching fundamentalists have been made a six Pacific Coast and a controversial Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla.,

NIne drop In the bucket to the un- After that, It's clear sail Ing I Miami wound with thedaY'1 In Alabama s Bear point favorite. Nebraska Is a choice over Southern Cali will send Florida State (8-1-1)
bourn of solid footb all up
F told millions who will watch the through the Rose Bowl at Pasadena a match; Bryant and Texas' Darrell Royal big strong high e scoring team fornia. against Oklahoma 5-3-D) before
; viewing with no time out for top offering
and with a fine running back!: In 50,000 with ABC telecasting at2pm.
matching Michigan between the No. 1 unbeaten and I Is 72,000 sellout The Sugar Bowl is
dinner provides a gluttonous I show on television. a expected .
Kent McCloughan but faces one This will be followed by
State at S EST
Oregon p.m. untied Crimson Tide of Ala to draw well below
only 60,000
fare
Friday for the millions ol
Miami The Cotton Bowl expecting a of the country's toughest de- the Shrine East-West game at
arm chair The only time any Juggli n g and the Orange Bowl at banns and the team which won capacity at New Orleans
quarterbacks. crowd of 75,000 plus brings to- fensive units In Arkansas, bulwarked San Francisco starting at Sp.m.
of the stations will be neces- played the first time at night the national title the before -. for a between two teams
Already limp from the past sary will be at the start of the, with national champion Alabama Texas. The Longhorns year gether two< other teams with by All America linebacker which game have lost five games and with a crowd of 60000 anticipated -

playoffs the hardy dial e twisters afternoon where there Is a con- and Texas as the principals. whose only loss was a one point t gaudy season records. Arkansas Ron Caveness. tied on between them. NBC Is televising.

turn to college football's flict between the Cotton Bowl The Miami kickoff is at 8 p.m, defeat Arkansas, finishedNo. won the Southwest Conference The Rose Bowl the grandpap- I The Hula Bowl at Hon
by
game
blueribbon bowl spectacles InMIami. at Dallas pitting undefeated title and finished with a, py of the post season events, Syracuse has a powerful run-
New Orleans, Dallasand Arkansas against once beaten This New Year's marathonwas S in the final Associated perfect ,10-0 record while Nebraska will draw the biggest turnout, ning attack built around Jim I 'olulu will be played Friday Jan.

Pasadena Calif., featuring'Nebraska, and the Sugar Bowlat made possible by stagger- Press poll.Alabama. the Big Eight charm 100,000. Michigan.: led by All- Nance and Floyd Little, but la't and the Senior Bowl at Mobile
bowed Oklahoma America Bob Timberlake Is an weak on defense. LSU la a junIor Ala, Jan. 1. Both feature
the cream of the past season. New Orleans sending Louisiana trig of the schedule by NBC, with Joe Namath pion only to .
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Associated Press Sports Write game and then proceeded to attack behind him. His

CLEVELAND (AP) Johnny: Baltimore Rated6Point win 11 in a row before they fsvorlte target was Raym o a d i

Unltas and Lenny Moore, a leth-! were beaten by Detroit 31-14<< after Berry but he also went Jttltn ta

al one-two punch, make Baltimore the conference had been flanker Jimmy Orr, tlrhHrendJohn I 4

a favorite over the Cleveland -. clinched. Baltimore wound up Mackey, Lorick, uULand r
Favorite
Browns Sunday In the Na- first in scoring, 428 points and Moore, = ,+

tional Football League championship first In defense 223 points When! the attack bogt-down,

game despite the awesome Moore coming back strong Shula II.UIII,1081 for his (pace ,
-
--
y a 4 ve"? power of Jim Brown. If plonshlp: Baltimore iinishec baltuiwre Is 44 with victor e i I after being relegated to second kicker Lou Michaels the-lor- ''I

the weatherman kicks .up, the with a 122 record and Cleveland over the New York Giants in string duty In training camp, mer Pittsburgh Steeler who

one, touchdown edge could with 11>>-1, They did not loss and 1959, the '5J game being topped the league In scoring kicked 17 of 33 Howeverthe
with 20 touchdowns and 120 Browns will have the ..dvant..ae .
vanish in the mud or snow meet in regular season or exhibition the exciting sudden death
points Of great Importance was if they get Into any haul
games battle at Yankee Stadium. This I
The Colts' well e balanced attack the fact that he scored 17 times for I
contest
goal 40yearoldLouGroia
Is the first title for both
1 built around Unitas' pin- A standing room throng or game
running and only three times asa playing a record tying :
Collier and Shula as bead coach- ,
and the running over 82,000 will Jam Cleveland
point passing II !
receiver, eighth title game, kicked 12 of
of Jerry Hill, Tony Lorick and Stadium on the lakefront assuring es.The -
Colts manhandled; Unltas did not as often 34. *
Moore, helped Coach Don Shu- the players of record were pass

Most Valuable Griddcrs la'. men clinch the Western winning and losing shares of

Conference title over a month about $1.000 and = .ooo. The I IN CHS HOLIDAY EVENT
John Huarte second from left; and Robert Hayes second from right, won ago. I gate receipts of $633,000 will be

trophies aa North-South game's most valuable players Friday. Huarte led the The explosive Browns went Increased by a large portion of

North to a 37-30 victory Hayes starred for the losing South. At left 1 la Shrine I' down to the wire routing New the $l.J million television mon Paxon Routs Palatka

Imperial Potentate P. Carlyle Brock Chicago; and at right Potentate Mai- York 52In the last game to Came ;

eolm MacAIllster, Miami. time Is 133: p.m., EST, .
..w wr n ..___UP!.Wlr.oh.ta to ** tun nail.. .. ...down. .. the Eastern chamII' with a national (CBS) network, I
-

:. DEFEAT CHARGERS 20-? I The radio blacked Cleveland and out television on television area coverage will -be Dunnellon Nips Hornets


I Sudden Death
If the score Is tied after reglatlon By LARRY WOODS on-Fatatka game was decided In during the final' two periods.

l play they will continueon Sua Basketball Amlstaat !the tint three. minutes of playas With a little more than tw..

tl'Bills Win AFL CrownBy a sudden death basis until Veteran Gary Psjclc of Jacksonville Paxoa wmtd to a lt-1 lead. minutes left to play In t b t

somebody scoress.Cleveland Paxon brightened the The rattled Palatka quintet Class AA-A event P axon J

banks heavily on Yule season for his school and eoukln get the ball Into play which had cleared the bent

Irown's ground thrusts, as ns- put on an Impressive scoring and Pajcle aided by pint-a !letting substitutes Join la tht
MIKE RAnJET I,football crazy city that supported signal-caller managed to Jnea yard touchdown pass to put San u.l. but Coach Blanton/ Collier exhibition In the opening round ad Bobby Caron and ..4 Ronnie fun, brought the first llv I t

Associated Press Sports Writer' the new defunct All. a couple of Inches for the final Diego ahead 7-0 with only 2:11: has improved his air game of the Gainesville Holiday Classic Sellers, stole the ball repeatedly back Into the game and. pro

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) American Conference In the late touchdown in the last quarter gone. with the addition of rookie Paul ) tournament here Saturday I and quickly put Psion Into I carded to pats the/ 100 scoring.

Cookie Gilchrist, Buffalo's re- 1940s and began looking again Twt Field Goals But on the next series, with Wirfleld of Ohio State as a top night as the Eagles smothered comfortable lead thai never mark

pentent bad boy gained 144 when the AFL was formed five Wray Carlton, Gikhrlst's run- only 441: elapsed, Lincoln rib I receiver for Frank Ryan's pass Palatka 10449. win challenged. In the/ Classic B-C rvtnt,

yards and combined with re- years ago.Cilchrist. ning mate, scored one touch was broken and the San Diego es. With Warfield at split end The host Hurricanes, who 110 cat like pla Hawthorne let an early 11 I
Caron
Jackie Kemp to the prime mover In offense able to a tad Ml, by the wayside aiJunnellon
venge-minded down on a four-yard run and never was sustain Gary Collins at flanker and will In* Ocala Monday night maker guard, was good for 20'
I' bring the Bills their first Ameri- Buffalo's grind-It- ut-offense, a long drive after that. Johnny Brewer at right end, for cams trim bshlnd
when the tournament
reconvenes Sellers hitting
with
can Football League champlpn- gained 122 yards rushing and IU"AlO, N V. 1'1 ....1.110 Ma. Cilchrist and Kemp Immediately Ryan has thrown 23 touchdown In the stands to points P.latlia'sonly to win. The Hornets now 2-4
were seethe U Buddy Mangum,
Si. DI.uHlIe AFL 5'llw..NwlMl for the
with 20-7 victory Saturday grabbed two of Kemp's passes I season, were leading
ship a
took the San asses.
-5 over, probing ended
I
his
4-2 foreword put on hope for the night
over San Diego's defending for[ 22 yards. Kemp meanwhile, Ch".... INN ; Brown, who rumbled through slightly at halftime 20-11 but
Diego offense and the Bills collected the
rift' ,5 5 holiday antics. He hit for 31 with 23 points He was
champions. completed 10 for 20 passes fur "" .h"e vw_ 171 5" their first Cogo- enemy lines for 1,444 yards and this was erased with less than
.... score on Eagles Patatka to get
i P. r0e04 175M points to pact the visiting only player a minute hi the third I
Gilchrist and Kemp who was lea yards. 15 I la S lake 12-yard field goal to make boosted his career total over and led all scorers for 'Into double figures fore
I claimed from San Diego in 1962 Oddly Gilchrist did not score P.- 4Nriu.W lor the 10,000 mark also Is wed often period
7-1 at the end of the first
for the $100 waiver price thus and Kemp did not pass for a ......'" loot i>> I quar as a pass receiver on the night. I Puck was elbowed ace\- Dunnellon's Law Ion Row-

ended a long title search for this touchdown but the 29-year-oh Y_ P..nue II' 5 ter.Les screens. Green Is valuable three Class B Dunnellon dumped I ly mid way of the seconiperiod lend came lo life and bit for
Duncan took the kickoff ways aa a runner passer and Class C rival Hawthorne for the I and did not rturn to .!x straight! points to put (the It

M : soccer-style Pete Cogolak seven yards deep in the end locker. third straight time thia season II the floor until the start of the Tigers out In front to stay. A ..

kicked a pair of field goals from not and Immediately put San Cleveland will be playing Its to take a 40-14 contest that got second half. The Injury tailed full court pros by the II orn-

Blues Gain 10 6 12 and 17 yards out. Diego In scoring position by eighth title game In the NFL 'the Holiday Clinic under way to dim his shooting eye ss ho eta In the closing minutes of a

I Gilchrist made his rushing (Ctntiraed .. Page ") but has, an ordlnary2-4. record I The outcome of the Pax- dumped to. eight .1I.ldlllall, the game enabled them t e a
yardage on 14 carries before close the gap from 1721 down I Ito

Win Over being forced out of the bruising a 40-34 margin ,
GraysBy I I
lame with banged up ribs ta the IN SUN BOWL 7-0 5 But Dunnellon's Harold l w

fourth the that .
I quarter as fog 11.5/f harped by fellow guard ;
hung over War Memorial Stadium lilly Roland managed ta
KELSO STURGEON scrimmage by the entire right 9
Associated Frets Sports Writer side of the Blue forward ban all day dipped lower and keep the ball from Haw

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) and ended up losing one yard on lower Into the stands crowded Georgia Beats Texas Tech ,tho", in the dying momenta

Gary Wydman's .,ard the play. with a sellout throng of 40,242. of the contest and now Dome{

touchdown! pass and aa alert The Blues took over and despite Then with 26 seconds left kIn will face the winner of the

Blue defense led the North to a losing the ball for four iuffalo's impassioned! fans ByjnflRWNAssociated hamstring muscle en the scamper ered a fumble by Rldlehuhnon tl, stopping the thrust' on the II. North Marlon Green Cove j.
10-4 victory! over the South Saturday downs after a fumble, maintained broke through police restraining another Springs game which wifl be
Press WriterELPASOTex.AP and hobbled to the Tech six- the next play on the Bulldog The Raiders stopped decided
In the annual Blue-Gray control the rest of the lines, took down both goalposts ) Ceor.I'yard line. Three plays later fullback 17, but Tech promptly/ lost It si on the one-foot line and recovering Monday night

All-Star football game. way and were marching toward and continued to run and circle la'i defense staved off a fourth Frank Lankewln barreled Georgia's Vsnre Evans biter fumbles 'n the Tech I II Du"'liM. .- .. I. ,e' ,. 'IIIf,

Wydman, a cool quarterbackfrom the Cray goal when the game the field while San Diego triedto quarter Texas Tech flurry and over from the two. Bobby Etter I cepled a Tom Wilson paw. and 14-yard lines in the third :.,..4, at-IS. c.wM, ; o 1lwwee::'..

Penn State, threw the ended. get off ItlI last play. Georgia's ball-control! offense kicked his 17th straight/ conversion The Bulldog defense, never lei quarter. waelsnase. ....-. $5h ,
scoring pass to end' Bill Cronin The game started a driving I final breakout of Tech tea continued Its ball : all. all r.b at-I
The emotions round out a 7-4 'Jctor1In the this eason. get pail own 2t-yar Georgia =.. ea5::"tow: tea. ,, .
of Boston College with 114: left rain that bad turned the centerof came at the end of a dramatic Satur fine in the tint half and limited control style to the second hill 51. ,.... I"$ wis
Sun Bowl football ..
the the playing field Into deep game | .. / .M( '"/ 55 MflO..
In the third quarter to give tX t. IA.M.M14
season in which the Bills :: M tM.toxtM the Red Raider offense to Jut! permitting Tech just nine plays 'If N a-.5
> liu* 1m
Blues 10-. lead. mud, thus slowing down the of- whipped San Diego twice put day.Tbe defense limited Tech to -. ... ,... 2t ,.rdlM U plays In the first Bulldog assault en the II with N 5 I' 5 ,...... t
The -
att.a.s. si mHu fense to some extent. sun together an unbeaten nine-game just one first down that en aSyard ,.... half and IOS yards en 21 plays u> linebacker! : Leo Lowrey fee", Palos Pi.I wI55., ""\w
,. 154 1ms. sea. .,
If IM n..wr.v MM L..1shone intermittently.Quick 5.a. we W the second. Bring a Taylor" fumble on the liThe .5
JJJ' .
string but still had to beat Boson holding penalty In the *- > '- 5 .. r.--t.55e t Sow, 5.t- '
Pw.. It' Score ,_ ;' .. The Georgia Bulldogs put victory! was Georgia's! e55: 5..;: w, SIC C.
.. last week In the final regular first three Tack's 5W, .
as
._ ,- quarters Pt-, ............ : I e454PA5A5KA
The Blues scored the first ... Teth's back: to the wall from the slash to nine bowl )
appearances
.- ..- .. season game to win the All-America Donald Anderson ....:-r:7i: t." rr.
5e -
i.w ......... .W 5 e lime they got the ball when Eastern crown.: .hobbled\ with Just II yards y-,_a..tt.e"/ r Class 5- opening kkkoff. Georgia drove and was Tech's seventh loss in 5:' tip:; ..... ,,,w Kqw 1P.5. \
.- 135 14 Mike Reid of Minnesota kickeda came. 71 yards to 22 plays to the Tech sins pMt- taon games. .-, s.w'.5 Y
.... 3 4 Despite the heroic of CUhrlst oa seven w
y-_ __ 11 28-yard field goal with I It Georgia grabbed its 74marga floral lone foot Due where It lost UK The crowd, announced as 2f> '-. t S'JfSI
and the
Kemp, key playof one.* I** set IMM!. e
left to the first period. The scoring la the second Tech mounted offensive toil on downs.Itidlehuttec loo was visibly Ins. It was
Tech quarterback the entire have quarterwuh one
Virginia drive started on the 50 after game may who started be- closer lo 23,500 at |Iwo end enc
the set on a S2- threat in] the fourth quarter,
Schwelckert./ who provided in the first score up
come early quarter
Bob Jim Fauver of Texas Christian kind sophomore Lynn Hughes, lions to the 2t,80.t.al Sun Bow
from to the Georgia II where
most of the offensive spark flllt then Buffalo's AJJ-Star Iii j yard swing pans quarterback driving Sports
fumbled and end Bud Abel of kept the Tub secondary ensfused were empty
die Gray, put At Rebels on tin backer Hike Stratton broke Preston RidUhuber the Raiders I lost the ball M
Missouri rewired. M be sent halfbacks Bar.
midway through the halfback Fred Barter.Tbe j downs. G rar. I P a.'1
Scoreboard trough/ and nailed San Diego'sbardrunning : Results
... .
and
bet Bob hikU
Yankees cootroled the Taylor Int 1
The .
fourth period when! he connected + Keith Lincoln. IM-pound Barber pulled Raider Ronnie Reefer men w t i-. 1 M Islas.A.S..5..5 .
touchdown game throughout most of the consistent short yardage and .... 5wrauLe
ei I fivt-yard pan Lincoln who gained! 23 yard created 04 defense with bin $
*n
first half and killed the Grays 5..50
W Texas rw a v- I
A.end to end John 11.'Sdw.lckert. Brathertoa !biggest scoring attempt by re rushing and receiving ta bityear's I Sloan Asks Return I timely rollout\ petting.T at-Nl's., ...

'covering a fumble by Scbwelckrt SI-U walloping of Boston .e Player At., ,..,..
gambled on a the title smeared voted the ..../a 5.. twee r
la outstanding
was RJdlrtwbflV Three
game
ea the South nine. I HulMoglIj ........L..
tit.po1ntoIIYeJ'lioo attempt Just as lit turned to lake a pass player to the game -
and Bill of ..
but ,was stopped short of tae Colorado Wydman tied at the Symoas voting lor from quarterback Tobia Role Of Gator Uniforms paced the Georgia offense with Sign Pro I'ucUELPCVTrtAPTkr ........ a _. -s.ri asa.
.
Msouit .
goal fine by Gus Otl tf the most valuable Be was immediately srperafed ; 17 yards on II ram.IJ compitted .. ,- <*+P50W.w ,.. ..
ttiCoal game's play --
leaving the game at cr award. Named the outstanding from the bail and lay with his I tour ef lilt five pastes fur .. /.. ** M ... iHmnmi P5ra.
marJ L A plea for the return of Cater ...b1hJllllil< cffentivve player for bark; en (he ground ka obvious tl yards. CdvesityGeorgia ol ,. 5w..a 14 J.Hr ,lUe
The ragged, qylck-reacttog die Blue team paiL ta a break-el at the fnhenity of Florida team dressing room With 21tpwnd defensive Sun Bowl ehamplonthjootbsj / .- ,,..... .. ..
was Wydman. -
Blue defenders /Intercepted twt Scbwtkkert got this koor from Et ltton's jarring; tackle had sometime las* week has ben nude by IT teach JKorousjfioaa. guard Joel Dardea hading the team signed professima ""_-.. ,-. 5.I.a5ua./ee-

key pastes and recovered two the South. broken. the 1M rib en Lamia's (Sea another story en page B). charge Georgia's defense kept i(: contracts with National Foot "...-.to.. ,N.55.5 .. J.u..eets
/ to crucial situation toSouth's Tech from be'l! teams after Satterday's 550 a
fismbies earning a first League/
Toted tftt outstanding defensive right side and, aftheugh ft Tke Gator mntft naked fte peneaj er penmen who task c."... .
1IitI. UN -ICIdnCtuaftIa. tpporTfce player. for the North was easel evident then, apperendy two erne of OBiforvt wkkt beset I* guard Taw leilry sad. other .dua, t the prnstty gift! "j game.Tackle '"":''r':7.!:"!=1' .,:

tackle Ed Draws el Ohio SUM. broke lip SaIl Dwtj'i noted eae art each betMgtog to cewlrf Jeff Baemy ad. guard U !early, to the fciirtlt quarter.Tech's I Jim Wilson, a :as. :..=:: ="' c.:.i
who Is.y
? that rAIl likely put detente kink irp die .pounder was valid the
play to rHvre theme led three will W aOcd.fioen -toy"
Guard Bob Plasma ef Idea.pbfa offense. The Chargers also had Matwwy M pntl/a '
Ot: Iktory ..., for the aorta Stole dated this boson lost fbakcr Lance Alwwtk before uH the tnVorsu are seeded for FVvtda's appear I//11[ <<. after the .n tee. rwldnl 1 game's ouialafldlag Barman. -- ....'Ia.:..--t-: :r
cam with about four onmtes tgo 1 ( ., holding doe Bulldogs! wire and halfback Wayt Swlnford
wJh ante T eady and Wedanday to Bw Gator Bowl baikrtba.1 I
the bsertw CM cam an injondleft I ramrarC..a.U5..o'N :
ka the game but Iht South'star' tNrnament at JackJomffie.: to !the third quarter and 23w ere signed ty San Francisco j
gambled. a faurth-e denelibMtioa s..5 awe.LkMto I[the fourth. ,Otr treasurer Rate Ica/dlgl/) 0.-11, 5r .
at KM Blue 47 sad :use 545aou.s.- .554-5 wk* gamed yards The sntforms way be lEft VtuAiej er Tuesday at the ... | Georgia dove to the TK snd admimttrUftt assistant LSus 00u n.n s.-........ N

tailed to auke 0w first down.On I _. a PM .,.... the lard stay from: scrtmmag fled admtadng dot to dM tubby of the CamesrtOe Sun midway at the third ferbd but Ray Cdtert Ray RlesauBer =':"
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'
500
that play Saury Its WVPI ;1-..... ....5w.. a a.r and gamed 11 saors before late fke. They aID be transperUd to JackwwviCe to tene lot the.1 fumble ty Laakewin was r 111 dined wiilt. IB* Pklhaaepbia# e vs 1155.:.:::

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)2. Gainesville Sun Sunday, December 27, 196 .,


r SEC NeedsTo Experience


.t'.t'c;;: fjeaconsHave Speed,

North Carolina., 86 80; Souta
JACKSONVILLE-The Wake I Leonard, an .11. tourney Is 19.8 and Boshart has a 15.1 around 80 points a contest. Carolina, 7W4; Virginia Tech,
'Look9At hard
the
Forest basketball team that choice In the Atlantic Coast mark. A fourth scorer In double I The Deacons started to 75-74; and Virginia, 88-7S.
will face Florida at 9 p.m. Tues I Conference last year, 1 Is theteam' figures Is Anderson at 13(. I way this season, losing 95-88
day In the Gator Bowl basketball leading scorer on a 19.7 Wake Forest, in winning four highly! rated Davidson. Then The Virginia game markedthe
tournament at the coliseum for I consecutive victories over first of three contests played .
average seven games. Watts of seven games, Is averaging came
ItselfThe here Is characterized by twIN by the Deacons In 48 hours.
points-speed and experience They dropped the next two, tos-
Deacons' coach Bones McKinney Be hog to Maryland, 82-64; and to
Southeastern Conference annual meeting Is coming returns five letterme Sugar Bowl Game May Purdue, 8683. The latter two

a up In Atlanta on Jan. 28. I sincerely hope the various from a season ago. An influ games were on the road as was
school president and athletic director lit down and reallygo +e of new talent has provided two the Davidson clash. All the victories -
to work trying to strengthen the league.On ?p i J starters, however, along wit: Switch for LSD have come at home.
three letterman. A No. ( ma Syracuse
the face of It, there would seem to be little wrong who Wake Forest Is shooting it a
Is an experienced player
with the SEC. It's prosperous, growing with enlarged stadiums r standout 47.5 average for seven
and basketball coliseums and enjoying a pretty fair national I did not letter last year. By BEN THOMAS against a Southeastern Conference senior fullback Jim Nance. Together games. In the free throw department
prestige what with four No. 1 football teams In the past The trio of veterans who will Associated Press Sports Writer team for the first time they gained nearly 1,500 though, the Deacons
I eight yean and one NCAA basketball title in that period. open against the Gators Include NEW ORLEANS (AP) The since losing 61-6 to Alabama In yards In 10 regular season have hit at only a .665 clip.

But it li weak In many wayi. There's too much of a center Ronnie Watts, M; and list annual Sugar Bowl football the 1953 Orange Bowl, has been games. Few Fouls
gap between top-ranked Alabama and lower level clubs guards Bob Leonard, (-2; and classic.New Year's Day is being working on a passing game for Charlie McClendon started his
I like Vanderbilt and Tulane even though the Commodores and John Anderson, 84. billed as a struggle between Sy his squad, training at the Pen:third season as head coach at Only three Wake Forest play.
c Grecnies are on the road back. The newcomer, both racuse's rugged runners and sacola, Fla., Naval Air Station. LILY by switching to the "I" ers have fouled out In seven
The SEC members are long past the point where a defl-. forwards, are Jim Boshart who Louisiana State's stingy defense 'I "I know the folks back home:formation and converting end games this season. Watts has
alto policy should be shaped as to the size of the confer- led the freshman team a year but it Just may turn out to will laugh when they hear we're Doug Moreau, who kicks field been banished twice and Ander.

ence. Every year, Florida State, Memphis State and a few :."..,."'\''j". ... ago>> with a 21.1 scoring mark be the other way around. going to pass, but It', the only goals and extra points, to a son once.
other fast-growing schools petition for membership. Every GARY KELLER and Jim, Altengarten. Both are The Bayou Tigers from LSU way I know of to consistentlymove lanker back. Watts Is termed the best re-

year the SEC status quoes. I think the SEC should come out .to face Wake Forest ,8-s. I have some explosive runners in the" ball against that LSU With the switch, the Tigers bounder in the ACC and a play.
ft..<"i y and tell the tnternirA! outsiders that their chances of Don Schwab: Joe Labruzzo and defense, Schwartzwalder said. abandoned their traditional er who can outjump even touted .
getting In are nonexistent Instead of keeping them dangling. Gawaln DIBetta, and Syracuse The one-two punch In the Syracuse three-yards and a cloud of dust Billy Cunningham of North
Among other problems are those of scholarshIps and ached.ules. BREAK-IN bal a defensive unit called the ground attack is sophomore attack and became a passing Carolina.

Spiders! that ranked sixth In'the halfback Floyd Little and club. Lack of a big fullback, It will be the first meeting of
Tech withdrew from the SEC last year becauseIt LSU from
Georgia however, prevented
When me
nation regular season the Caters and Deacons since
could not abide by 140 scholarships. Just 12 months later, Gator Cagers ended. .punching across the goal line on Florida won In Gainesville in
Richardson
the bitter truth.
11 other SEC schools have learned They numerous occasions.
1f can't live with 140 either. But rather than admit Tech was The unranked Orange, with a December,196Z.
right, they'll likely shift off for another year a proposal to 7.3 record, wound up as the top] I Most Points McKinney revealed there li
rushing club In the nation. LSU, TopSeededIn Moreau, however, won the
Uniforms Taken
And with limit on
allow 40 grants a year for football. no likely to be one change In WakeForest'
'seventh In the final Associated SEC scoring crown this aeason
basketball and the other sports. lineup for the Gatoi
Press poll, finished Its regular and equalled the all-time NCAA
What Will Verdict Be? JACKSONVILLE Florida's for their contest with Wake campaign with a 7-2-1 mark and TourneyNEW i season field goal record. 5-9 Bowl guard tourney.Dick That Myers would In put the'
placed second In the country ORLEANS (AP) Schwab wound up as the leading
basketball Caters victimized Forest
The business of scheduling li an Immediate necessity. Tulane Tuesday night. backcourt with Anderson and
has only three conference game ilated for 196J. The by a break In at the UF The Gator cagers reportedlycame defensively.For Three time single champion rusher In the SEC. Leonard to a forward
either Christmas the truest the first time In a decade, Hamilton Richardson of Dallas)!,I We've shown more spirit move
rules call for a minimum of six. dressing room through r Boshart.
SEC with
How will the SEC punish the Creenies? Will the SEC punish Eve or Christmas Day, examination battle In fine style the Sugar Bowl1sn't assured of Is top seeded for the 28th annual earlier for this bowl game than spot
P P.C. Tulane. Should the SEC punish the New Orleans school regrouped Saturday for the annual except already scholastics 11 y a sellout Present Indications Sugar Bowl tennis tourney I any other I remember," said Georgia and Texas will clash
art that 60,000 will show up Jan. which gets under Sunday. McClendon at 7:15 pm. Tuesday In the
Your Is II good as that of any SEC president er Gator Bowl tourney here Ineligible center Dick Peek of way whose team returned -
. guess 1 for the post-season classic In The tourney runs through the field Saturday opening game of the Gator Bowl
athletic director. I doubt whether they know what they're going next week. Pensacola. He did not regain I to practice
he Sugar Bowl which Is Tu for the title
Wednesday. after for Wednesday night
academic eligibility and will a four-day layoff
do either. loser In the break-
Ii to Biggest drop out of school lane University Stadium 364 Frank Froehllng of Miami Christmas. with the losers playing consolation -
in was star guard Tom Baxley days year and seats 12,500. Fla., drew the No. 2 seed while contest
. Ir Sloan said Florida's lineup Starting time for the Is
who had both of his game unl- game
i"J forms stolen. Baxley will have against Wake Forest will be the The Sugar Bowlers had high Eugene Scott of St. James, Z I p.m., EST. The game will be Florida is defending champi

t to switch to a different set of Carolina same as game atarted last the Monday No rt h hopes upon In Notre mid-season Dame of to prevailing changeIts sen N.Y.of. Is Chicago third Is and fourth.Marty Rles- telecast: nationally.!! (NBC). J on.

playing clothes next Tuesdayand I long-standing bowl policy. I Last
1I and produced the startling 73- year Richardson defeated ,
The uniforms
Wednesday. But the Fighting Irish, after Cliff
upstart teen-ager Ri-'
J 1Jtiff! of Jeff Ramsey and Ed Mahoney 54 That victory.will have Gary Keller, whispering ever so slightly that chey, also of Dallas, for the singles

also were taken. S I 9; and Dick Tomlinson, t- things might be different under title. Richey will be back': FREE !

IP Other damage Included a 5, forwards; Jeff Ramsey, 810H their new coach, Ara ParseghJ- again this year. .
broken movie projector, vandalism center; and Brooks Hen an, slammed the door. In last year's finals, Richey I I
and an undetermined derson, 8 2; and Baxley, fill Then the Mid-Winter Sports pushed Richardson to the maxi
Which brings up another scheduling hot potato. number of other items taken. guards. Association, sponsors of the annual mum number of sets-some- FREE !
Remember the business about a rotating football schedule I Coach Norman Sloan, meanwhile Expected to see plenty of scion weekltng sports carnival thing nobody else could do. Rl
? Well, It's no closer to a reality than when It was first said the Gator i will are forward Paul Morton, here, went wooing Paul (Bear) chey and Richardson teamed to
brought up, seemingly years and yean ago. work out at the Coliseum Sun- S 4; and guard Skip Hlgley, Bryant and his Alabama team, win the doubles crown. I
The original plan called for the rotating schedule to begin day and Monday In preparationSam 6.0.Concordia whIch woe the national champlnshlo. Tulane, Mississippi State i
Previously Georgia Tech was the road- I Trinity and Northwestern will FREE !
operation In 1972. --
block. Tech coach Bobby Dodd didn't care who knew that I But Alabama was here last be represented this year.: o
he would not play Mississippi anywhere. Eleven New Year's Day and decided on Some 200 youngsters will compete -1
the Orange Bowl Instead. I In this year's Junior Sugar .-
,
Can't Agree to AgreeNow i Syracuse and LSU then were Bowl tourney which begins

Tech Is out of the SEC. What's the holdup Remaining ,decided on, and both teams Monday and ends Thursday. TURKEY A DAY
SEC members can't agree on how to set up the Gets Top Ranking promptly wound up their regular

rotation. Some schools want six basic games and two to campaigns by losing. Game Officials DRAWING IACH WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M.
Syracuse Coach Ben So I
alternate every two years. Others want only four basic I
wl game and alternate two. KANSAS CITY (AP) Pa., 1-0; Northeastern Oklahoma hwartzwalder taking bit Orangemen CLEVELAND (AP) Officials ASK ATTENDANT FOX DETAILS

Ai one school's: athletic director put It, "We eaa'l evesagree Concordia, Minn., college was State, 9-1; Whittier, Calif., 91 Into a bowl game for Sunday's National I 49 LAST WEEK'S' 7 WINNERS

on the basic games necessary for a rotating schedule, announced Saturday as the No. : Washburn University, Kan., Football League championship I 1* sod 2..,
Pni .
much less the number of basic games." The basic contest 1 football team for the 1964 season g.l. and Montclair State, N.J., 7- Zeiglcr Sets game; here between Clevelandand CURTIS lEACH 5th JACK',1.IENTON
In the National Associationof O.
Baltimore were announced
are those between natural rivals 104 Pd.. 6th ',i..
Meanwhile, Florida hasn't played Tennessee since 1955, Ken- Intercollegiate Athletics The second 10 teams: Florida Course Mark I Saturday by Pete Rozelle, NFL RONALD IARSANTI CHARLES J. HALL
tucky since 1957. Vanderbilt hasn't played LSU since 1957, I( ). A&M,1-l; Kearney, Neb., State, commissioner. 4111 'ri. 701" Pra.
Auburn since 1951. Auburn and Tulane haven't played since I The Cobbers, who climbed to 8-1; East Stroudsburg. Pa., 7-1; Dawson Edgier set a new They are referee, NormSchacter w. D. HIRJCHI D. acinis t
1955. LSU and Auburn have to go back to 1942 for their the top of the ratings In mld- .Sul Ross State, Tex. 7-1-1; East course record Saturday at Ironwood ; umpire, Joe Cornell; I
last meeting. season, were selected as the top Central Oklahoma State. 9-2-1; Golf Club when he toured head linesman, George Murphy; COME IN AND SEE US t

And If I told you when Tennessee and Georgia, two SEC team by a 15-man board of Arkansas Tech, 9-1; Central, the layout In a 75. back Judge, Tom Kelleher; field SERVICE
schools perhaps 200 miles apart at most, last met, you coaches in the NAIA Football Iowa, 9-it! Ottawa University, Ironwood Is a nine-hole course Judge, Mike Lisetskl; alter- IMPERIAL
wouldn't believe It anyway. It was In 1937. Coaches' ASS CI.tlon.The teem, Kan., 8-1; Grambllng, La., 8-2, and participants twice nates, George Rennix and Stan) STATION :
Any businessman whose prosperity: lies In keeping the merchandlie > with a record of 10 victories and and Elon. N.C. 7-1L I around for their 111-hole totals. I JaworowskL 4207 N. W lint St. l lB li lI
one tie, was named tint on nine =---- -- I
: looking fresh and appealing win tell yea this Is no - -- -- --
way to me the store. ballots and was liven 141 nolnta.
Truthfully the SEC Is being successful to a high degree Houston Stale of Texas:I
almost In spite of Itself. which tied Concordla 7-7 In the
NAIA national championship I i
One Small SolutionThe
tame at Augusta, Ca., gained '
conservative natured people of most Southern states four first place votes and 130:
would seem almost like ultra-left liberals In contrast to some points. The Texans finished with
of the reasoning that prevail In the SEC at times. a 9-1-1 record. II
Do I have any solutions Sure. Findlay (Ohio), which loot to
I Drop Tulane. Set up a seven-game SEC schedule for foot Sam Houston State in the Eastern ,
ball. Five basics, rotate two. Play a home-and-home round- NAIA playoff game, wan
robin ((1' games) In basketball. This leaves three outside voted the No. Steam, while Lln- 'j
games for foootball, eight for basketball. True, it hurts the field, Ore., was given the No. 4
Gators by limiting the UP to Just one outside game as long pot Concordia defeated Lin-,
ai Florida has to play Miami and FSU yearly. But It would I field 28 6 in the western playoff
make (for a better SEC. It would make the football champion I I game; Findlay bad a 9-2 record
work a bit harder. The basketball king would be a for the season while Unfleld
true one. had 8-1-1.
I won't get mad if the SEC Ignore my suggestions. Just The other top 10 teams and ;
10 the school leaders don't ignore their own on Jan 28. And their records: Prairie View,
that'i something they've been doing too long. Tex., AIM, f-0; Westminster:



AAU-NCAA Battle Snarls K w



Sugar Bowl Track EventBy

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I
DAVID ZINM.VNAiwrlatra" The NCAA also feels It has this "The Sugar Bowl Is the first
Press Sports Writer right. I meet since the dispute renew S
NEW ORLEANS (AP) The Meanwhile, the two groups ed" said meet director John c
Sugar Bowl'i plans for a field of are boycotting each other. So 'Getters, "10 we have to take '
Oymplc champions gracing Its the Sugar Bowl has been forced! the brunt of tt. : / \
track meet have gone up In a to limit Its cinder meet to college : "I feel very strongly! that this
puff of smoke fired by the war runners. It also bad to drop is something the two organization '
between the AAU and the the pole nullGuzman should setae with is little

NCAA. delay u possible for the good I of,
"If they weren't at odds," everyone concerned. ,
said track chairman Herb Pallet Upset "IfiUI they do." Oelkers said, J
"we could have had the "directors of meet will be uncertain
finest Sugar track meet ever In Miami }Meet as to what constitutes
this year.Bowl ." I eligibility and refuse to" Jeopardize .
officials said they had MIAMI BEACH Fla. (AP) : a boy's status. The only
signed three Tokyo gold medal Ecuador1 Francisco\ Guzman way we can get around that is
winners for Tuesdays outdoor hired Ray Ruffels Into repeated .by having a college: meet"
carnival Mike Larrabee 400 errors Saturday and upset the Highlighting the eight-event
meters Bob Seoul.: 5,000 meters, top-seeded Australian ..., M In I meet! will be Richard Stebblns
and Fred Hansen, pole vault the quarter-flnala of the Orange I of Gramblinf and Tberon Lewis
Former Olympic broad Jump Bowl Tennis TournamentThe I of Southern-tne tint Negroesto
"ting Ralph Boston also was 18- Guayaquil, I compete la Sugar Bowl trackcompetition. This story to appear on December 30 in the
coming.But the No. I junior la nil countryana I Stebbins win run
this line-up had to be cinxlled sixth-seeded, consistently the lot meters and Lewis la the .
when the uneasy truce slammed the ban pest the toe meters. "
coded between the Amateur charging Aussie with powerful Returning winners! ire Tulane' ::
Athletic Union aid the National baseline ground stroke. 1 Bill Shapire In the 400

Collegiate Athletic Association.The Mexican Marcello Lara I meters, Roger Morgan of Northeast <&aintsuil1t Sun .
feud la over control of gained another semifinal berth 4 La State In the 100 meters -'- :
open meets that Is, between :b1> rallying with a barrage of I high hurdles Southeastern Lou; :
college and AAU; athletes. The accurate volley to defeat Pall ana', 400 meters relay team
AAU to the only group with power Cramer of South Africa M M, and Oklahoma Stain 1(00 met,:
to sanction open competition. w. trI rtlay squad

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Sunday. December 27, 1964 Gainesville/ Sun._03
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""j ; ... .1 FSU's ''Magnificents9 Await Sooners



r rl tdfl TALLAHASsEE-When Ok. "Forgotten Four" by Florida holser is a prime candidate for tstelnm He Is the unlta only run from scrimmage againstthe ers on the team. .
lahoma's ground minded I enters, bring an Impressive ,w America honors in 1965. sophomore. Seminoles this season was The Florida State defense
Sooners come to the Gat 0 r ..t of statistics into the Jack. For his play in Florida State's Although the defensive backs<<: IS yards. under Peterson has been char ..
Bowl on Jan. 2, they'll find onville Classic ::1 7 victory over state rival have been overshadowed II y At cornerback are Bibent acterized by quick reaction 1 ,
one of the nation's stingiest de- Final statistics released by Florida, he was named national the colorful mates up front, and Howard Ehler, both juniors headlong pursuit and vlclo u s f
.. fenses waiting. he NCAB show Florida State's "Lineman of the Week" they take a back seat unnces- who showed offensive tackling. These traits caused

I Not since the days of LSUs lefense ranked fifth nationally by the Associated Press. ilrUy The "Forgotten Four" promise in 1963, but were moved 32 fumbles in 1964, 23 of which
"Chinese Bandits" has a de- allowing an average of 181.1 The ends are George D'Al-! allowed only 7t pass completions in line with Peterson's policy were recovered by the Semi
fensive unit captured the public yards per game. Only Wash- lessandro of Fort Myers, and' in 195 attempts by opponents of putting his best football noles. In addition, two field i I
imagination as did FloridaSlate's ngton and Notre Dame toppedthe Terry Garvin of PensacolaBoth for 1061 yards.' Only players on defense. goal attempts were blocked

"Seven M 'g nUicents" Seminoles In rushing d e- are 5.11, 193 pounds. D'AI wo touchdowns were scored Safetyman Winfred Bailey, I "You've got to be recklesson

last season. tense, where they allowed only lessandro's hard nosed play m passes against the S e m ltoles a senior from Atlanta Ga., in- defense," says Peter son.
"The MagnlClc: e D ta," *ho 75.0 yards per game. was a standout all season. this year, tercepted six passes, and Jim :"You've got to be reckless
played the entire season with Florida State allowed only 66 Garvin came on in the latter Sure Handed Massey of Cairo! Ga, who 'and hit hard."
shaved heads, and their back- points In ten games to rank stages to win a starting assignment All four backs are sure-hand- I mans the other deep post Is The Seminoles follow the a e

BILL McDOWELL field teammates, called the finished seventh In ninth that catagory in: defense, and from Junior...Max Wet:._-d,..hard. tacklers. The longest !-of the..steadiest. perform Instructions to the letter DICK HERMANN

[NOCK ON WOOD ---_ against punt returns with only
'198 yards on 20 kicks
-I 1 at WolverinesFavored
Tough Banner

However, Coach Bill Peterson
City Junior feels his defense will face

its sternest test against the

Bowlers Get Sooners. Oklahoma fullback k ) In
Jim Grisham for Instance, t 1 I

\ Pat Back has gained only 25 yards less
011
I than all Seminole opponents
rushed for last season
:
1 The Seminole defensive unitIs ECAC Meet -

BY JACK HARRIS g net comprised of three seniors,
seven Juniors and a sophomore ,
and Is predominate 1 NEW YORK (AP Might ship gntne Ohio State won In
oday it's time for a tribute to the wonderful youngsters in made up of home grown talent Michigan, the nation's top- t0 and Illinois In 1962. Iowa In
Gainesville Junior Bowling Association Only cornerback Maury. ranked college basketball team. 1959, Wisconsin In 1961 and MInnesota >
Irst, what is the GJBA and how did It come Into existence? Bibent of Cincinnati, 0., halls stands as the favorite In one of In 1963 were runnert-up. ,
most bowlers know the American Junior Bowling Congress From anywhere other than the finest fields In the 13-year; Russell, the Wolverines' ill-

san organization for.young people such as the ABC is for mend Florida or Georgia. history of the ECAC Holiday everything! backcourt man, was
the WIBC for ladies. The Ringleader of the "Magnlfi-I basketball festival in Madison tabbed by the coaches In the
ain office was in Chicago 4th, Jim Boyd and Louie Davis cents" and the man who gave Square Garden. informal poll as the top candi-
1162; 5th Larry Hines and Wanda them their name Is Avery The Wolverines, led by Caale date fur Most Valuable Player
I and
AJBC big
got If Hines
e g 1132. 6th Don
Martin
Sumner, 227 pound senior Outsell and Bill Buntin, take on award but should get stern corn. -
ger each year, more than and Karen Steele 1144; 7th, tackle from Adel Ga. Sumner '
Manhattan In a first round petition from a flock of 0 ut-
competent staff could,Bruce Welch and David Meade started the shaved head bit, game Monday night. standing Individuals.

ndle So duties and obligans -'1137; 8th, Kathy Brown and Ar- then coined the nickname from I The tourney, trimmed from 12 Included are Princeton All .,

|> were turned over to the line and Bill Cape Arnold 1126; 1126 9th, Don Shaw a movie starring Yul Brynner to eight! teams, has only one entrant America Dill Bradley, brothers ,,_
; 10th, Ray
erlcan Bowling Congress. In Sisler and Randall His partner at tackle Is with a losing record Job and Ken McIntyre of St.John's. .
Beggs 1125. Frank Pennie of Hollywood, at Syracuse and the Orangemen, Michigan's Buntin, Curt .....
| the ABC delegated the doa The doubles champions in the
rn, N.
240 pounds the biggest man 1d the Ten in .
Bantam division were among Top Fromal of LaSalle, Chuck Richards ....
local men's bowling were Suzy
to the on the Seminole squad. Pennie the pre-season ratings and Dave Binj of Syracuse
Steele and Maryilyn Simmons lap Wlrapi** to no sons
soclatlons. with a 604. The was a future draft choice of "We lint one In an upset to : lion Krlck of Cincinnati,

(if these, young bowling peo- games go to Donna girls'Broadwell high Detroit Perhaps this the season key men In the lIe's Santa at Piersllll's House Penn Cornell State, ,and then the I bays onepointerto simply Henry Jim Chlupsa Williams of of Temple Manhattanand

be recognized at all,, 142; Nancy McElwain 119 Virginia -
were o ; operation the ..;
I | are linebackers "
Knowlton 112. Girls Jimmy Piernall Lou Angeles Anjrel outfielder who was voted "comeback" lever recovered, Coach Fred
e i local associations had to as- high two of the fastest In college In the American In 1961 doers lewis of said. -
series ((2 games) to J player League the Yule honors at hi* home. Syracuse "They
go a
II football
Ist In their new duties. Gieger 327; Marilyn Simmons of Marianna Senior Dick Hermann The nine Pleraall children, from left, are Claire, J h Jimmy, 10; Ia u r a. 8; didn't recover on that three- DcPaulFavored ;

| Our (men'sY Sso 1aUoD. was 325 and Tanya Powers 315. Boys record set a new FSU Kathleen 6; Ann 5; hold I,., baby Patricia, 4 month; Christopher, 4. Hack lame trip to Kentucky but maybe

brtunate: get;rnucb 'needed high game leaders were Danny career with 172 Individuals for tackles and made 11! --row-Eileen 13--_: Doreen. 12: and Mrs. I'lerHnll.--. about ready to come back" M

ssistance from the Women's Arnold 160; Bobby Kultert and assists, 129 of which came this The tourney opens with two
owling Association.' The local Dennis Underwood 148. boys season. DAVIDSON FAVORED games Monday afternoon -
eject came to be known aa a high series went to Mark Win Cincinnati 1-1, vs Temple, 5-2.
joperatiVe between the men ters 318; Dennis Underwood Look Like Twins and St John'sNY,4-2vs.La-
ind women city bowling asso- 313; Danny Arnold 308. He and his running mate Bill alle, 51. The other first round In MeetOKLAHOMA .
.
rations, or the GJBA. Heading More Bantam doubles results McDowell of Tallahassee look Strong Quintets PlayIn ers Monday night have Mlchl-

his group Is'Merrill Parker, : Second, Barbara Sloan like twins on the field. Both are tan, "!, vs. Manhattan: 5-1, and CITY (AP)
-
resident;, Dave Powers, viceresident and Jan Gaiger 603; 3rd, Shawn six feet tall and weight an even Princeton, 5-2, vs. Syracuse. The 29th annual All-College Baa
: Charlotte Culpeppr Powers and Mark Winters 602; 200 pounds. Semifinals are scheduled ketball Tournament oldest .
Charlotte of "
secretary-treasure. Others 4th Jody White and Tanya One of the most rewarding Tourney Wednesday, and the final will be the ration's holiday
board of directors are Powers 595 5th position shifts made dui t of header Saturday cage
jn the ; Danny Arnold n I part a triple events, begins a three-dsy stand
Uoe Quattro, Mary Culbreath, and Mike Kelly 592; 6th Rlchy workouts last spring put Jack .
rls i Thames and Liz Elleman. Davis and Bobby Kultert 579.: Shinholscr, formerly an offensive CHARLOTTE N.C. (AP) per cent of his field goals attempts Conference selection, who averaged Michigan was picked by the Monday,
7th, Mary Beth Myrick and tackle, at middle guard Coach Lefty Drlesell Is afraid and Perry sinking (7 of 15.0 a year ago, Is hitting I mrtlrlpatlng couches the DcPaul, which comes Into the
Davidson Wild- 101 free throws for 15.4 cent at 22.0 this and 6-5 Mike as tournament with
Sherry Groves 575, 8th Kay in FSU's 5.4 defense A 212- his 10th-ranked per spawn, most likely to succeed while St a 6-1 record Is
First :Meet Henderly and Nancy McElwain pound native of Tampa Shin- cats may be In for more than Ohio University has the poor- Haley Is a strong rebounder and Fohn's was made the favorite in I top-seeded. Host Oklahoma City

571;' 9th, Chris Baxter and Bering they' bargained when the field est record but two of the tour scorer. the upper hall of the bracket. University Is the No. 1 teed,
For Juniors Nobles 568; 10th Rich was chosen for this year's Charlotte I ney'i outstanding players Don The Bobcats are a younger, Should Michigan make the Xavier Is No I and Crtljlilon Is
Thames and Donna Broadwell Ralston Gets Invitation Basketball Tournament Hilt, a3 AIlMIdAmerican lelHIp< finals, It would make the sixth
.
...
Gainesville Ohio team which won 21 Oklahoma
The first annual 566 I straight that Ten City, which is rid-
a Big
Junior i Bowling Association The Singles champion In the No. 1 Spot In The two-day event opens Mon of 27 games and whipped' Louisville team has year been }In the champ lIl. Inn a seven gam winning ,
Tournament followed. Tilt Jr-Sr division was Tom Rafter day night with Duquesne, (-1,i Lucas Sparks and Kentucky b'i ore losing streak, has a 71 mark, Xavier
[tournament consisted of 42 doubled with 668 Bruch, Welch was ace- Net playing Ohio University, 4-2, to Michigan In the NCAA's is ,.. and Crelghton ,.., not
and II singles entries from and 6(4; 3rd, Louie Davis 652;' Rankings and Davldwn1, facing surprising I Win mldeast final.Davidson TUllllllLeil(1s1'ohlt counting a Saturday night

the Sheriff's Seniors, Streit's 4th, Wayne Davis 146; 5th, Ray NEW YORK (AP) Dennis' Alabama, I 1. The Royals' has won five In a game
Juniors (coach, Doris Thames), Sisler 820; 6th, Connie Whitman Ralston Bakersfield, Calif.,I championship and consolation By TIlE; ASSOCIATED PRESS row since a lots to! St. Joseph'sat Parade Rounding out the tight.Uam
Royal Poultry Bamtams;615; 7th, Mik Fulmer 611; 8th has games are Tuesday night. Philadelphia. The Wildcats field art Brigham Young Louisiana
replaced Chuck Lucas of the Cincinnati
(coach, Us Elleman), and the Kathy Brown 60S; 9th, Terry the head McKinley at, "The teams have a combined Jerry offer a rugged frontline In H.t- NEW YORK (AP) Jim State, Florida State and
of the Is In the ten four
United States Royals, top In zel
and Dick and Tonmbs
Police Benevolent Bantams Youngblood 600. record of 225. Perhaps, I over Snyder Don a comparatively little Bl<>._ Brigham Young LI tin
(coach, Ginny White) leagues. Jan Cieger was the Singles Lawn rankings.Tennis Association men's scheduled," said Driesefl. categories Association.in the National He's thirdin Basketball Davidson, bothHUGH <.>. man, has a big lead In the college lost-only to WlchJU's; nallcail3lNo. i

The young men and ladies were champ in the Bantams. Ricky I The tournament offers a lookat division basketball scoringrare. 2- ranked Wheatihocktn.
rebounds fourth In foul
split Into two groups, the Thames was second at 324; 3rd, McKinley, from St. Ann, Mo., several of the nation's top filth, In field The Cougars are averaging 14
Juniors and Seniors in one' Donna Broadwell 312; 4th, Dennis and San Antonio, Tex, droppedto players, in particular David shooting,and seventh In goal percentage Toombs, a S.foot.10 Junior points a game and have exceeded
group and the Bantams another Underwood 307; 5th, Kathy second in the ratings released son's H Fred Hetzel with a 30- scoring from SUIIman College In 'Tuscaloota too points In their last three

The Doubles city champion Evers 306; 6th, Mary Beth My Friday. Ralston and McKinley, plus scoring average, and Du- The former Alt-America at Ala, has scored 235 ,outings.
Ohio State demonstrated
In the Jr..sr. division were Karen rick 301; 7th, Virginia Know- members of the U.S. team that quesne's Willie Somerset, who's why he Is considered Fridaynight one points in nine games for a 37.2 I Louisiana State has posted a
McElwain and Scott Summers ton 300. lost the Davis Cup to Australialast averaging 27 points a game and average. Clones to Tonmbs' in :1-3 mark so far this Mason,
of 1222 All-Events: Champion, .Ir...sr. September were ranked at 5-11 can jump high enough to of the top professional players statistics released Friday Is Florida State went Into a game
with fine
a score
The high division was Scott Simmons No 1 in men's doubles. dunk a ball with both hands. I He scored five points In an extra Larry Hum* of Evansvlll. against Tulsa Saturday night
girls'
with
handicap. with 1255 2nd, Louie Davis I Davidson's most Immediate period to give the Royals a who has scored 34,4 :
points
game and high series with The women's division also hada per with a 4-4 record and Rice has
1240 3rd Bruce Welch 1203 concern Is Alabama which 130-125 victory over the St '
,
; ,ame. lust aU six of Its encounters.
went t o Karen Mc- new leader Nancy Richey of '
handicap
] North Carolina 66.41 Louis Hawks before a Christmas -
4th Steve 1190 5th whipped towhit
Myrick ; Ray AI Jonwn of Lawrence I LSU and Xavier their
St
Elwaln with a in and S95. The Sister 1193. Dallas She replaced Darter last weekend's Virginia night turnout of 1,411 at 'ir'n4yM' open
boy.' high game goes to Ronnie In the Bantam division Jan Hard, who turned professional Tech Invitational tournament Cincinnati, over all, Lucas 'rrlr '' ; 10th 'In scoring with a 219 average tuunument with a first round
Thames with a 182; high series Gieger was All-Events champIon Miss Richey, a loser In the semifinals Bob Andrews M and 210, scored 21 points and grabbed 21 leads trw rebounders with game at 2 p m. Monday with
Hlnes of the national 23 2 Other leaders Rrlgham Young and Crtlghloa"
was a DO by Larry championships per game.
Charlie Gene Schumacher rebounds.
with! M2, 2nd, Dennis Under.wood Perry,
Other finishing high were Con 120; 3rd, Donna BroadweIS at Forest Hills, N.Y* was and Harry Hammonds lead The Boston Celtics beat the a are Phil Huncka of Rochesterwith playing In the other afternoon
nie Whitman 161, Nancy Steele third this past year. a .700 field goal percentage contest [)tor.ulI Florida
the Crimson Tide and Coach Detroit
( ; 4th. Danny Arnold (II; 5th, Pistons llt-IOI and the
156 Bill Arnold 182 Kenny I and Beadle Avers of State In DM tint of two evening
; ; Ranked second wss Billie
Tanya Powers 606, Hayden Riley'i matih-up zone Baltimore Bullets defeated (he
Brown 182.Others Jean Moffltt of Long Beach, defense Is highly effective as I New York Knlcks 114-101 'In a AIM with a .174 free & Alabama games and Oklahoma City playMet

In the Jr.-Sr. doubles: Bowlera'Notes Calif., who also was listed first North Carolina win attest 'doubleheader that drew 17,01210 centa,.. -'In -the nightcap.

Second, Steve Myrick and with Mrs. Karen HantM Sus- Andrews and Perry utah New York's Madison Square RHEA r---
Chuck Arnold 1183 3rd, Bill man of San Antonio In women's: shed Alabama records last Garden. No other NBA games .. urn Nebraska f ro h team I
Lear and. Louis Mallory UK. doubles. !season, Andrews making S3 ( wen ached de .
r Illicu Play !i Brakes that pull to tho /Uft or right art

Hippy New Yean from cur.'M
danorout.htro'ath
Ralston, Knock on Wood to yOll.Whlt.ey AFTER NEW DENVER ARREST I: \Vith Unbeaten i .

Siefert missed one of BRAKE SPECIAL!
the few !bowllag i nights recently Nel/rasku ro..h :
Top
Kiclicy that he has ever missed Liston Released Again I Lincoln Neb. Hugh Rhea

Why? Celebrating Ms Tin'! of Gainesville, Fla, has been
Net Ratings Paint Lanes when wint.rw.ath.r
birthday managerJoe awarded a freihman numeral
Quattro and wife celebrated DENVER (AP) Sonny Us- license and said we would lave .moiety enminatk/n, polkt by the University ef Nebraskafor says
NEW YORK (AP) Derails Calif their anniversary Christmas 1 ton, former worlds heavyweight take K off him to get II." his play with the unbeaten GO* make

Ralston of Bakersfield Dallas Day. boxing champion was "W kept asking him act to Several drputks. were required Cornnusker froth team this
and Nanv Richer divisions of to released by Denver police Friday make os fight him. We told him to wrestle Lbtoo into a fall lure you

top-the their United respective States Lawn Tennis! High after lie was given a summon we werenl pros and tried to ceO but they reported that he Rhea .b the son of Hugh can stop

releasedSaturday to appear Tuesday on a ensue with him and get him to' west to sleep shortly afterward. Rhea, former Nebraska All ,...
Association rankings
Scores charge of driving under fee Jaflumce cooperate with us." Frre hours later; Listen was Anyrlcsn tack" (1X,'.

/ of alcohol Llstoa thru shoved DM officers ., released. Tbe Nebraska froth, coached

Ralston who shared the unsuccessful Frank Palka paced men bowl The arrest Listen's second sway from I him and refined I U l
: UJ. defense of the er's wU a (64 series en gsmnKai here In nine months wan ant I to get J &.a0le petrol car,'March W for reportedly' Fischer defeated K...... State(
Davis CUB against Australia last of 27t-_111. Billy Gibson r&B- accwnptbhH without some police saut. .(through a X mile-an-hour 1-1 and Iowa State 274 to
September with Chuck l'fc: I aww to Dwwr" at 71 rl'lII'l rrark their third CRT SET ron WINTeR NOWI
ed a 117; Max Petiold of Duke hard work en the part of the I That's when we called lot i up straight
Icy, replaced his teammate In Lumber lad a (1 11. Paul Good. Denver polke-l tf them Ie be!Ihtfp," Nelson said. Sewn hour. He abe wee undratrd seamn.Rha .tnn meye4T
the No. 1 spot to the mea's that time with wifl flit ._
Cold Coast Restaurant, M. exact policemen answered the cal for 1 tarrying a* among
rankings. McKinley! to raked Bill Hotoe Cannon Insurance. Fatrobnra Edward E. Kclaon. astartanc crated J2.aliber1 piston1lrtaa ,candidate fur the Nebraska .

second Got; Ray Dollar bad a Sol Gold Max W. Wilson and Donald After another bKerbrfe ef I wu fined $30 t M each variaty which met Arkaosa /a.-

The doubles team of Ralston Coast Restaurant one .f the Smith bad puffed Llstoa'i car tobe him to the I count and sentenced to a tOdjrJail hi lh e Cotton Bowl after .ttuw Sate $119..
ihovtn-ir placed
and McKinley. rated No. L highest team sets and games tojne ( curt after, they said theynoticed police ear five or all tone and term M tile eonwaMweapoa poottaa; a __ ttralgM! f. ClieceSedeeT.sw0.. ;

Um Richer, who reached the city with UK and 1140 ne him stagger and almost he kept bonnetae; cut *f B Jib .i I charge Sentence, how- 1 season wbea epilog prse- ;(
National I rer. waa ampeadtd flee start h AprtL
1 ipeclivery.
semifinals' ell the fall dow to a part.lnllo& before robber DaS" Nelson a l-lJl.l
Championships at Forest Hris.N.V Joe Sumacs was high to the gettaf: Is tbs CII.'I toagneap.No Af car -A.,. tht irpiH an
.. Mere being ell liloated 1 Royal draw Classic with a 4' CENTRAL HEATING ed All CONDITIONING your
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I! Daley Likes Colts Over Browns in NFL Playoff I




.7'I Jfrui Hark uTtmM Sports of flip tmr5 his composure and artistry before a man-eating blitz! that him in trades all over the league during the off season should and always -

CLEVELAND The snap-Judgment analysts have Jostledthe ranks the Colts among the league's defensive leaders. got no takers. They were struck with him. They

.. game out of Its proper perspective. They think of Sun- II, .UITHI I 1C (I/AI.EY: But nothing ruffles Unltas. Besides, the Browns bave done be that lucky.
day's championship playoff between the Baltimore Colts and little blitzing this season and Johnny can kill a team that The nimble Moore was brought In from flanker to a spotas

,, the Cleveland Browns In terms of a duel between Johnny If( possession Is nine parts of the law, It also Is as weighty gives him time to manipulate. Furthermore, he has a ferocious running back and promptly produced the greatest season
Unitai and Jimmy Brown, each a superstar. But this Is an blocker in Jim Parker while his other shield touchdowns, a
guardians\ 20
a factor In football The longer the Colt can hold onto the of an already notable career. He scored
oversimplification that Ignores Is the other members in of true the evaluation. sup- ball against defenses! of indifferent/ strength, the more oppor- him well If his defensive platoon can give him the ball fast, new record, and has been a sensation both as pass catcher
casts. Ignoring them impossible any
porting. tunity Unitai & Co. will have to score. Conversely, the few he will know what to do with It. and ball carrier In addition to him, the alternate use of Jer-

Admittedly Umtas Is the finest quarterback in the busI- er opportunities that Jimmy Brown it Co. have for operaUing ry Hill and Tony Lorick gave the Colts the most solid full-
S. ness. But he still needs gifted pass catchers, a solid wall the smaller will be their margin for production.In Then There's Lenny Moore backing since Alan (The Horse) Ameche was in his prime.
I of protective blockers and the stabbing ball carriers to mask Gino Marchetti and Ordell) Braase the Colts have thetwo The closer an observer studies the two teams, the more
the Colt attack and give it the sufficient variety to make moat savage defensive ends In the business. Ryan will Umtas isn't the only Baltimore back guaranteed to worry convinced he becomes that the Colts have too many weaponsfor
his passing more effective. None of these ingredients is be combing them out of his hair all afternoon long and the the Clevelanders. Lenny Moore had appeared to have outlived the Browns. So this grandstand quarterback picks Balti-
missing from the :Baltimore offense, one that has scored Brownie quarterback Is not so skilled that he can retain his usefulness so completely _that the Colts offered more to win. The choice !fc" aade without hesitation.
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more points and gained more yards than any team in the

league.Admittedly Brown Is the finest fullback In the business. Auburn Five

Although he also needs blockers, he drives with such awesome -
power that he can tear loose from anything less L & L BIG ANNUAL
than a perfect tackle. With his speed, strength and agility Rates EdgeIn
he can score from anywhere on the field. His efficiency increases
whenever Frank Ryan clicks on passes to a fast improving ,
covey of receivers. The combination .has given the TourneyGREENVILLE
:Brownies the second lest point scoring and ground gaining
record in the league.Browns9. s.c. (AP) AFTER s. CHRISTMASIVIEN'S
Youth must serve and serve:
well if Clemson Is to win the I .
Defense WeakThe
sixth annual Poinsettia Classic
Basketball Tournament opening< matching on offense is close enough to call it a Mexican
Monday night in Greenville'sMemorial I
standoff. But the sna -Judgment guys overlook the rival Auditorium.A /
defenses and that is a fatal error. The statistics offer the statistics
glance at Tiger
hocking proof that Clveland has yielded more yards to the reveals three sophomores top
opposition than any ball club in the league a worse defense -
the list The fourth and fifth areunlors.
than even the New York Giants .

To the Colts this spells out opportunity-In capital letters, Clemson, 2-3, faces defensive- .
Some two decades the then Chicago Bears
too. ago mighty
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were the scourge of the play-for-pay set as they rolled up tournament withAirman's .
in that low-scoring Just before the dread p.m opener
big scores era.
Paladins, 3-4, playingJaylor's
Monsters of the Midway were to play the Cardinals one day, high.scoring bears in
asked Conzelman the Card coach how F
someone Jimmy good
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was. winners play Tuesday night for
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the championship after a consolation ENTIRE STOCK
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\ Vanderbilt, big and sggreslve led by Dub Malaise, with an two outstanding individuals. in
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OklahomaCoach pulled
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80 Oklahoma football players starters.Tuesday on with a 16. -polnt average .
oft a chartered plane Satur- night winners will ,and Darrell Hardy 150. The I "
day and asked, "Is this weather meet for the title on Wednesdaynight. Bears have topped the UO-poInt I. $36"
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Old Comedies Were FunnyBy I I Girl Mother Slain From Defending AttackMIAMI I --"IJ', jt1I1\



WILLIAM RUFF Oursler) colorful memoirs of at Arms;The Best Fiction From BEACH (AP) A' Also Injured was Michael I

and "Harold Lloyd's World of I At a noted writer, edited by his Three Wars" (E, van Wych Mason pretty IS year old girl was r Barry Sterne, 13, who suffered
a1- edy", William Cahn, Duel the Library son. ed) an excellent collection stabbed to death early Saturday -] deep cuti on the hands
when she fought to save.and wrists when he struggledwith
a and Pearce, 19&(. Ourt of stories written about
reviewer, Tret. R D ffl I Fktioi American fighting men of both her mother from a crazed the attacker.
pot JLbee Humanities at lie t'nl- !Fields was and Buster Keaton to digital computers and how "Cold Friday" (Isaac Basho- World Wars and the Korean con- man attacking with a carving Deb Sfit. Walter Phllbin I I I
,011 and Harry Langdon and I work. knife, police reported said Robles led officers to
prints they theWay"
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a delightful pictures from some of 1 Gayle Sterne high school where he had thrown away a I
I Biography and varied short stories about (John O'HarA) the noted
I their best dead arrival carving knife with an eight .1
films. Now sophomore was on
let n'llllam Cahn In his book enJed that this 'The Barrymores" (Hollis Al- Jewish town life In Poland by novelist's fourth volume of
Patrolman Inch blade.
particular Golden at a hospital.
erIl "Harold Lloyd's World of Age of com- pert) the fun and utterly fascinating today's greatest language short stories in four years and,
edy Is over, Frank Azcarate said he saw a Mrs. Sterne, In serious condition GAYLE
we all take
Emedy has tried of the can writer to his foreword, the I
"Most Secret" John
one chronicle of the Royal } ( according
in black I at St. Francis .
pleasure In looking man a suit runn n g Hospital
e. over photographs
Irdest Jobs In the realm' of old films and family of the American theatre Dixon Carr) adventure love, last for some time to come; from the scene and arrested told Del AI LaHuis that she I through the Jalousie door! of the
uems ] bookmaklng. It Is no less reminded of happier, times.being ; "The Tragedy of CharlesII" deeds of courage, In a historical "Barefoot In the Park" Neil him. had known Robles about three apartment and attacked with
in to make us realize what a better, we can of Or the (Hester W. Chapman) I'' period piece a b o uta 17th- Simon) the witty, sparkling Atcarate Identified the man years since meeting him when the knife. She was stabbed
It-! ,nny fellow Harold Lloyd used local theatre request that delightfully written and 'Century king's messenger u n- Broadway play; "Old Mall and as Alfonso Robles, 29, who was both worked at a hotel. I first. The children awoke and
| be In films. It Is a hard Job they ask that some managers of the classics ly documented study brilliant-I' flaggingly loyal to Charles II; the Boy" (D.R. Sherman) the charged with first degree murder She said he had lately been fought; with Robles
cause Mr. Cahn cannot show be reIssued. As this book scrupulous king and some dark I "Undine" (Phyllis Brett Young) classic coming-of-age theme set forcing his attentions on h er Mrs. Sterne, an attractive I
: the films themselves, only proves, Harold Lloyd could re chapters in 17th-Century English,- the medieval !legend of the In the Indian Jungle; "The inter- Mrs. Jean Sterne, 58, motherof and that last night fearful of,divorcee, was not told Immediately -
fills from wonderful moviese fuse to make a movie for twen- history; "Off My ,Chest" (Jim water maiden who must win a rogation" (JJH.G. LeClezlo) the girl was stabbed repeat- Robles, she had asked a friend that her daughter was
| "Grandma'i Boy" or "Safe- ty years then have an interna- my Brown-an engaging. Interesting mortal's love In order to gain a an excellent psychological novel, edly In the body and arms by to follow her home from a Jal-I dead. The landlady at t the
jr Last. Of course he can in- tional success simply by put autobiography from soul, transposed t 0 modem the prize winning tint effort of the attacker, who kicked his alai fronton, which she had attended apartment house told police 1 I
fst that Lloyd was funny, but ting together fragments of his childhood to mid-twenties; "Be- times and retaining a dark, a much ace I al m,d young way Into the family apartment over Robles' objectionsShe she attempted to stop tho attacker -
Jiat If not exactly proof. old successes When will somebody hold This Dreamer!" (Fulton Gothic. quality; "American Men frenchman., shortly before I.m. said R o b 1 I. i smashed as he fledGAINESVILLE .
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But, an In all, he has done a do this for Buster Keaton
pretty good Job. At least he has and W. C. Fields? I
femtaded all the readers who The following books were recently -,

lived through the .twenties I and acquired by the Library: I

-Jilrties that they could have Canes and Sports i
gone down town any week to the
I local movie house and seen anew "G a m u and Stunts for
I -and first rate -'comedy Schools, Camp and Play-
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I Lloyd or Charlie Chaplin. Or at a varied offering for different
I least they could have seen a ages, groups, occasions and activities -
I one reel comedy by Mack Snnettor ; "Men of Thunder:
I Hal Roach which starred Fabled Daredevils of Motor
I comedians as good as Charlie! Sports (W. F. Nolanfourteen ) -
Chase, Mabel Normand, Laurel profiles of famous automo- t I
and Hardy, and the like. Mr. bile racers, with additionallists '7
Cahn can also remind present of outstanding drivers and I Shop 12 Noon '1'0 P.M I
[ day watchers of old fashioned championship winners; "Games, QUp111Y
Anyone Robert
comedies on TV that what they ( Thomsena )-
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as trips wittily described and lllustratrd .
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Missing in Sto cks, Bonds For Florida 127J U r metier I.'., r Birmingham Managers', January Meeting 4 S.IB tIa

I JACKSONVILLE (AP) The JU '.i lIt. A?. "l Approximately 100 district intih
C Ntw cork iUlwd ularly recognize the econom the key to this rise In the bond public debt of the state of FlorIda 124 and division managers from
ic and political problems across market. together with that of all local 123 '
By THOMAS E. MULLANEY I t0.ik.y five southeastern states, a swell eil
i Financial Editor the oceans can wield very significant In addition, bond dealers were governments within the state In as from California and Oklahoma of
influence on economic quite encouraged by Brit a 1 n'c stood at $2,364,200,000 at the end ::121no will attend.
i ,( NEW YORK Financial 1 1 I conditions In this country. of the 1963 fiscal year, the State thlb
markets coasted gently downhill The most worrisome foreign ability to cope with trade and Chamber of Commerce reported

last week as numerous u problem, of course, Is the status fiscal problems In the wake of Saturday In its weekly business !. Tidal Wave If
I certainties wove a mantle of of Britain's economy, but the the massive $3 billion rescue review.

caution over many Investors tension over Viet Nam, the un operation for sterling put together This state.local debt Includedall Stocks DownThe v I ,
Wall Street assumed Its usual( In Toll
certainty over the change Soars
by the world's central monies owed by any part of
efferve e e n t command In Russia and the recent Associated Press .
bankers on Nov. 25. the state government, plus what Average of 60 Stocks declined coW
year end shakiness of the Japanese was owed by counties, districts I last week to 322.8 from 323.6 of last Friday's COLOMBO Ieylon (AP) -
mood, but the Week Since then Britain announced
have all been bear.
I economy and cities. The total was 15 per closing. Ceylonese officials said Saturday COI
financial com.munlty' ish factors in lesser her discouraging Novemb
degree.
cent 1962 1,500 bodies have In'
in I over compared with a been
buoyant Nevertheless tho overriding trade figures and the adverse national PROMOTED washed ashore the Inl
fail gain In state and local on south Indian
ed: spirits to find re BU81Delill uncertainty Involved the fateof balance-of-payments situation, debt of 8 per cent. STOCK FLASHES James B. Pruitt has been coast, victims of the tidal brIt
sterling. While most economists
The effect was renewed fear For Floridian ]MARKET wave and cyclone that hit Cey.
-
flection in any _ and International bankers every man manager for Field Enterprises
Ion bli
Wall Street's bond deal- woman and child the total Tuesday.
sparkling actlyIty among
I remain confident that Britain Educational Corp., publisherof
o In either the stock or bond will weather the crisis, it will,ers. means an indebtedness of $427. NEW YORK (AP-The) stock Ing of sizable blocks in big port- Mrs. Slrimavo Bandaranaike, ant
I I I markets. be a matter of months before Furthermore, dealers have Eighteen other states had higherper market last week put on a dull folios. World Boot Encyclopediaand prime minister of Ceylon, set upa 1
capita figures and the SO- and inconclusive performance Childcraft, The Ho w and government fund to help thou ad
Security analysts had some the question .Is resolved. begun to think about the While the general backgroundof
possibility state was $464, federal In He will sands of homeless and survivorsof
of for average pre-Chrlstmas trading. Why Library. supervise
ready answers, course, This will tend to Infect finan corporate news and economic -
of the U. S. Treasury'soffering
debt not Included. sales activities In northeastern .the cyclone that hit northern
the widespread apathy One clal markets around the world bond Traders who looked for the forecasts was favorable, Wall
long-term early
a The Florida total Included areas, causing damage estimated
view pinned the market's lackluster I. traditional foundno Florida.
yearend rally Street
with a major element of suspense next year as part of an advance displayed an unusual degree at $40 million.
local
performance on investor for months ahead. $34,100,000 government signs of it during the four- of caution regarding the
I refunding. These two factors Pruitt was In the Insurance
concern over the business out Whatever the reason, the factIs have accounted for most of the short term debt; $1,145,900,000 day trading week, cut short byte I immediate prospects for the business'before he Joined the There had been unofficial! pre-
look. Another faction traced it local long-term debt and $484,' dictions the death toll would
that both stock prices and band market's decline since Christmas holiday when exchanges stock market. A good deal of educational publishing firm I
to the doubts on the 200,000 state long-term debt. reach at least 2,000
many United closed.
bond quotations In the Dec. 11. were this was linked with economic last He was later
International scene. States eased Into slightly low. Long-term obligations are non-i I I uncertainties in Britain and year. promoted Officials said It had been es-
In the case of stocks, the mar Although there were minor to area manager.He .
t' Assessment of business prospects er territory last week as investors ket's rather bland action In recent guaranteed and are payable losses in popular stock market fear that further developmentsthere tablished that at least 300 fish. J
for next year cover a withheld buying power. solely from pledged earnings of the list might upset the money and l his wife Anne live ermen drowned and 5,000 homes wa
weeks, when the back- averages remained
f, wide range. Some of the prog- Meanwhile the Bank of England ground news and economic indicators specific projects or from special fairly well balanced. The recovery market here as the new year at 123 S.E. 38th St. They have were destroyed by the cyclonein lym,
nostlcators look for Impres- continued to resist selling assessments. I three children. the Jaffna district alone.
of the gets under
were largely favorable, previous weekwhichhad way.
furtherance of 1964'ssolid During the year, new long .. at5n4
the
presslve by
pressure on pound pour.has Just about dashed hopes stopped a sharp, three-week The Dow Jones Industrial COMPLETES COURSE
term debt Issued In the state'
I gains, but most of the exports Ing new reserves into the for
Duke
for any notable year-end rally. declinecontinued uncertainlyon erage took a small loss of .57 at Leaving hOI
to while total
\ seemed to have their fin- eign exchange markets. came $409,700,000 a Herbert M. Bowden, 754
The stock market has been i Monday but had obviouslyrun 86813.
jers crossed as they predicted U. S. Treasury bond prices of $146,400,000 was repaid. NW. 20th Street, has been air
a slowdown of some sort before ..oi this month have had two ma-considerably more erratic this Interest paid on the entire debt out of gas. The Associated Press aver awarded a diploma from Vale Hospital Soon the
) month than the bullish contingent The market declined from of 60 stock was off .8 at (
i 1965 Is very old. jor moves a sharp upward during the 1963 year totaled $79- age Technical Institute at Blain
1 Even though overall business course for the two weeks end- In the Street would have 900,000, up 13 per cent over 1962 noon fin Tuesday through 3228. villa, PatBowden HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) The clo
Is still relatively good and the ed Dec. 11 and a downgradeever guessed some time ago. compared with a national gainof Wednesday and recovered very Volume for the week was Duke of Windsor, alter spending .

I", 46 month boom continues to since.The It sustained moderate lossesIn 9 per cent.Christmas. slightly on Thursday. This was 17,090,260 shares compared with claim representative Christmas Day in Methodist i.Scl
roll along without serious ex- advance early In the the key market averages the the last day to sell and take 23,824,060 for the full five-day for State Farm Mutual Hospital, probably will be permitted 1

cesses despite Its age, the cagey month resulted from a realization first two weeks of December, profits for 1964 Income tax returns trading week previous. Automobile Insurance Co. at to take a drive in the ,
i evaluation of the future has among dealers that monetary then an equally modest advance Spree on the "regular way" Of 1,524 issues traded this 115 N.E. 16th Avenue, has Just next two or three days.A we.We

I clamped a lid on many market authorities were determined i followed by another minor Leaves Trustee asls-that Is, with stock dellv- week, losers outnumbered gain- returned from a three weeks hospital bulletin Saturday Tot
commitments not to let general Interest decline last week. cry four business days later. ers by 715 to 592. advanced training course In however, said no date has or
Those who cite the foreign) rates follow the rise In the die I The result to this pointwith Without Trust The week was muddled, Comsat again was the active auto damage estimating and been set for the dismissal of wathe
situation as the principal market count rate. President John- only four trading sessions remaining therefore? by typical yearend Issue, going through some gyra- repair techniques at the Institute the former British monarch.The .
depressant maintain that Investors ,son's strong exhortation to the In the year Is a rare CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP) A transactions, the evening.up of tions as it appeared to be under lie is one of 650 State duke had a quiet and wh
I the sophisticated I commercial bankers against net loss In the averages for the prisoner at the Dorchester profits against losses in Investment the eye of federal regulatory Farm men who, will. completethe pleasant Christmas Day with gOl''

t'; i traders and Institutions, parties raising their prime rate wai final month of a year. County Jail has lost his trusty's accounts and the switch-_ agencies. course this year. the duchess.Extraordinary. being
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privileges a
spree that began when he took pet

1 the sheriffs new car. II
The prisoner, Tommy Luke, to
24, slipped out of the jail kitchen har
Christmas Eve and took the
notand
brand new police car to nearby

Hurlock Md., to see a girl for
friend. uall
T. He brought the car back early .
I A :- Christmas morning after being am.obs'
A
f told to return It by Sheriff Cal- i rat nnrrE saarrtT core ,
vwt Creighton over the police
nth
radio.

FRfeMACS; SEMICLEARANCE= ANNUAL.tor Saturday ceiLOrlglnaUy Luke was In a security I Savingsin we Chi

sentenced for driving byT
I Every Department
i on a revoked license, he was I
charged with: breaking out of In"
BIG
'
Jail; unauthorized use of the II SAVE 6: SAVINGS be.

YourYr ticli-aaion- ,opportunity to ,;r.phnitn roue to ztt' police car; and breaking friend, with the I t SAVE 48e tocnfWoman's the our
Jaw of the girl
and Mint '0 ,
at tremendous savings
,'
hod
whom he said he had settled a
I SHIRTWAIST/ don


If f MEN'V i JACKET= 5 score.Cuba Orders DRESSES r. ma'gff.ehol


414 ,,4 R guUrty JS 8 to 1698' Cattle ReportMIAMI He
myStWE'AI'T u.
(AP-Owners) of cat 2$5
r } v ;\,7ft, .,to 10.99 tie In Cuba have been orderedto our o

report on their herds by next' } all
month, Havana radio reported II $2.i= .Icla) ion
E R sNow I
.
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.w Saturday. 0 I'' 151 15 yea
The compulsory order by the i N.wsprle IPm '
( MEN'S 'SWEATERS .I BOYS; SWEATfftfswer ? Agrarian Reform National Insti-11 prints of BOt, SEAMLESS flAN. you tiesP1'

798 K> B9 tut also includes administrators -Ii cott. Ind NYLONS SHEETS

already handling 50'1. Znfrell II." n.... ......... 144 5,
aw'zS.99t0' D, !9 ? flows 4.99 r' trolled farms, .tatKOD-1 FuflW"p 72. R.9uUrfy 2 pn. 7iR.qul.rSf.tch 11.tt TTilOS*trial.... 1.54
Inch II"I* sin51.! '00 1.54
broadcast monitored In Miami. Ii .. .irfl with :I PRS. $1.55 51.05." ......... 1.54 ten
Owners must report sex, ,'I I-ineh h m .. Of Micro Mesh S AA It Ot 11.10" 1.74
r and all details. Earlier eOI-I, 12.20 a cI 15 D..II IOU sane Dmbl rtr.d.. 1.74
or *
M ? s casts said after the order -i N J41/.241/. Nud. Heel t/n I'-! C.IM ... 2/74e

/. it wW be Illegal (
comes effective,
to possess unregistered cat I SAVE 62c SAVE 2Ic SAVE 22e SAVE lie yd.i .

tle. Cuba U short of many foodstuffs -

Including milk and beef. ,I
I

Her 7 Year II
S L A C K S famous Brand
4-season Bengal! *. Vigil Is Over i $...T. 0.seer..
Men's A Boys' Cotrils Grizzly Gabs Men's Dress SIKh '

reg. 498 reg. 5.98 were 7.93 ,GRAND FORKS, NJ). (API), A cure

now 2.99 now, 2.99 now 5.99 For seven years Mrs. Glen F. M cVntYfalubU one
Carson went daily to the hospital TEENS Mew's Dress fro
bedside of her unconscious Large 3:-Inch
SHIRTS I FARRICOXFORRS tol
FAST COLOR
For Men and Boy
husband, who was overcome by SHIRTS area
Reg* and ButtonUS Corduroy l/S Cotton l/S Domain noxious fumes. be worked In a LOM J 77 SQUARESPERCALE cons

down collars Shirts Flannel Maids sewer JUt station. e T pwt
reg 4 00 & 5.00 were 4.00 were 139 'Nere 5.00 The vigil ended Christmas ; black>> f S137 sheet slier.! doe-{ e Embossed riyo ironed print C.bk. an
Eve. Carton died without regaining ... 5 ItIorted 37"
to
t. men end cotton. 3 for $5ifeuiAi prinfL horn
now 2.99 now 2.99 now 1.99 now 2.99 consciousness. H* gave '(wuu n n II i ti a'GUaAl ... IMUUX 75. T* tt. Dr

that he had recognized
no sign diet
RAIN I COATS- BoyVj 1;Ip4n tined wife. SAVE $1.21 SAVE 31e to 70c SAVE 21 c otf/

Canon weighed 200 pounds atM p HoI _
l one group was one wee
group
1495 1795now the time be was stricken. In the C ima
hospital he was given food Intravenously "
:
9.99 12.99
now
and by tubes taunted Triiaj
through his nostril He '(11 i !that

We cater to your good appearanceFREMACS weighed less than 100 pounds era
when he died. '

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Ii (AP) -Whether it

0 rose' or whether tt tumbled, the ATM U I wr
mercury act records ta Canada HAIAMACSJEWELRY
IJIOOUJIJUJIHIIIIIIIIIIIII
ibis Christmas. TOWELS 71rs
I I ,.. __
Usually cold Montreal registered Tift (.amedll. aid. rings, pass eM 28c 2Cr4C" bass. sine: :
MEN'S & BOYS' WEAR a warm 17.. degrees ta dr.p SITl Iweceletl IOU colors tttdatyIet. 38"shoulder Hi-Ff
Gainesville lead four eastern Canadian awing .15 era are i'. tie .... I"e-f afri,... and Stereo IIt
{ 112 W. University Avenue cities in establishing record aQuv.1 sane e. cum a .. rw 12-Se.. LE. ALBUMS

x 20 Broodwoy Ocolci highs for Dec. :s.

'.. Out west, ta Medicine: Hat <
Alberta. It was 33 below Ow G C MURPHY CO 6th St. & Univ. Avt. 97

coldest in 31 year I




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Replace Wilting Mistletoe UF Ag Provost


Due to SpeakAt I : +' Holidays Bring Accidents \'r

i iIter With Indoor OrnamentalBy Farm Forum ...- "-'

University of Florida Provost The holiday season brings 1 on hunting trips tion's highways. But, there lt I
for Agriculture Dr. E. T. great happiness, but It also I Every child should be taught 1
HERVEY SHARPE York Jr. will be one of the the basic rules of firearm safety protection economical probe '
more light and humidity! brings an increase In tragic ac
are or heavy soil lack of
| fertilizer : lion that can greatly Increase
Agricultural Extension Service I diTfenbachla leading southern agricultural ci- before he's allowed to I
ficus, palms, sytv or dry soil cidents. Accidents don't "J II II t. own'
This is a big weekend for the! gonium and philpdendrons tizens speaking at the ISth an- happen. or handle a gun. Parent ) your chances of survival An extensive
cote Weak growth Many accidents occur
; yuletide gardeners. These ana datum, nastatum, imbe, hy 'or yellow color or to light t green nual meeting of the Southern during the holidays because must accept the responsibility GlIc1lri.1I' six-year study by a Cornell
.III- special breed of green thumb, brid "Orlando," panduraeforme foliage means either healthy too I Intense Farm Forum in New Orleans people are In a hurry. We just [for keeping dangerous weaponsout Medical College team has
who make annual attempts and Jan. 2122.A of reach of proven the effectiveness of seatbelts
experts s Uoum. don't take small children
light,. lack of fertilizer, time to be safe. We
c.an. to grow mistletoe over A few of the many other root rot or possibly root In member of the Forum's I often blame the cause of accidents and Irresponsible persons Both that! The Cornell study reveal.ed .

an.II the threshold.But plants that will thrive Indoorsare jury. Small leaves. Ions Internodes Southwide. Advisory Committee on bad luck, but most seat belts by In consistently using
if you plan to establish African violets, Chinese could be caused- from York's talk in his talk [accidents are actually caused your car you are
S. a handy supply of mistlet o e, evergreen, Rex begonia, fit- too little light or too high to tn- will follow the 1965 theme of by carelessness and bad Judg Jackie, Family Jim Yrh 11I11.. 60 per cent less likely to be In-
' In a backyard tree, rememberthat tonia, wandering Jew, Jade peratures. the Forum, "The Souths Exciting merit on our part. ; jured In an auto crash, and
Going
idtm the parasitic plant spreads plant, lady's eardrop and asparagus Adding as little water and Agricultural Future." With so many of our folksso Skiing guns and ammunition should be 50 Killed.per In cent short less likely to be
"Seat
alJk. easily and can become a killer plumosus. fertilizer as possible to keep The title of his speech is "Ag- Interested In hunting its important NEW YORK (AP) Mrs stored soul of sight preferably save lives." belts
{ of your prized ornamentals.Since Chances are that a year- plants healthy and slow growing ricultural Opportunities In the to remember also that John F. Kennedy and her two in a locked cabinet. So let's
little chance think
is round South. safety, and
veteran
there
gardener may contribute to>> the success of gun safety is Important not children left by jetliner Saturday
a threshold planting will have some trouble with Indoor The event Is Traffic accidents double let's have a happy holiday
that indoor plants. sponsored by only now but every month of for Denver and a skiing:
.
during the
thrive longer than the holiday ]plantings, so here are some Dr. McEIwee says that during -the agricultural committee of the yeart! Firearm accidents vacation with other members holidays. That's a sea.on.We
season, it is more practical to I tips on plant diagnosis by Dr. winter months or during the New Orleans Area Cham [annually claim the lives of of the Kennedy family. tact And, It's also a fact thatno wish to call attention to
,.,,.irfer other Indoor projects. I E. W. McElwee. Univmifv n1n cold, dark days plants absorb ber of Commerce. One of the about 2,300 Americans. And, I Secret servicemen accompanied one is Immune from traffic Gilchrist viewers that your
VWhtto plant depends o I Florida ornamental horticulture much less fertilizer than during ., main objectives is to strengh- surprising as It may seem, the President's widow accidents, There's no inoculation I county agent will appear on
conditions within your home. department head. weather. then ties between and that can protect you WFGA-TV Tuesday! Dec. 29,
warm sunny agricultureand more of these tragedies occur children Caroline, 7, and
"Cast. Iron" plants that will 1 Brown tips or burned mar tie suggests adjusting fertilizer Industry. In and around the home than John Jr., /. from this killer that annually 29, on Jim Watson's HI Neighbor
withstand abuse and adverse gins of leaves indicate too applications to the season of I ______ takes_ _a_tragic toll on our na proam.AutD .
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such as low light t much fertilizer dried
Ir.en. conditions out plant the-\ war_
Intensity and warm, dry rooms roots, windburn or cold In, insects and diseases! attack
[n. include agaonema, aspidistra, jury. Yellowing and droppl n g indoor and outdoor plant Service enter ONE WEEK ONLY
tal'y. bromeliads, dracaena, m 0 n- of leaves hint that the soil alike. Careful inspection ol I

stera, pandanus, philodendron fumes, gas fumes, chilling, plants regularly will catch One Stop Shopping for All' Your Cor Nt.JAl
bipinnatif ollum, sans e vie r la over watering, or poor drain- these Intruders at the first t Dixount' Low Pri"
,e, and scindapsus. age and poor aeration may be [sign. This win do more toward
Plants that will grow under the trouble. saving your plants than Jtavlcf
'IIp adverse situations but need Small leaves Indicate tight I all the chemicals you use after I WNllfr

tars a great deal of damge Is rotae00l111

rsm. I Time for FamiliesTo done.Some of the bugs you may INOI.IISCIYM1 .

It.e. find on your house plants are
red spider mites, thrips, white-

e.Id Get Together flies mealy bugs, scales and ,'lr 9 '
aphids. In general, malathion
spray applications at 10 day;
s- Last half of December Is always intervals will stop an Insect
11'"s jT
an exciting time. I real f pest attack. .,0r f ,
"
9n t
Ief. ly mean exciting for papa, ma Diseases to look for are stem
ma and children. First, 1 II' Kradfonl and crown rots, leaf spots pow-
starts with school turning out dery mildew and blight. The
around best treatment for stem and
and activity picking up
home. Then if you have a few County crown rots Is to cut away all 1
the diseased tissue and then
school elsewhere
off at or ,
they sure' come In full if life.! A t'nI spray with copper fungicide
The leaf spot can usually be
Our Linda came in at 3 o'
e clock in the dark morning. She [checked by removing the In- )
U T Huulm I fected leaves as soon as you I reductions
Is In Medical TechnologySchool giant
at
f.t
spot them. oin
In Asheville, N. C. g g
". [Tax Guide has arrived. Even The mildews are controlledby Everything merchandise
Then, stay In the house, have do ilfactory-fresh
though you some one 1 dusting the plants with sul
e weather doesn't help a bit. for should look new c
yours you, you 1 phur. Brand i
Well, we're still short one, with over the new edition. has
Blight no practical cure. of manY itgtm f
'Ii Tommy still In Germany. I attended a meeting last The best bet is to burn the Limited 11 Sri ?
vt Then during this week there week for discussing farmers' I plant before the ailment

t was all the talk about what income tax programs. spreads to other plants. .' '(" ;/
they wanted and a lot about -
II I what they didn't get. All this .j1

going on and still there had to New Tobacco 18 Month Guaranteed
be time for some extra cookIng -

I started taking my "ap-
killer" pills a week ago.
petite WKUfjfHYlOU TIRES
In addition to our eagernessto Strains
make the Christmas time Approved
4
happy for children, let us still I u..n.1 e s s .

not forget those grandmothersand I! Four new tobacco varieties I _
grandfathers Their need standard MOTOR SIMONI VISTA SIZES TO
have met the of the I FIT ALL
for special remembrance is usually regional of the regional testing t - the need of ADDITIVE to C nfn.nfof' .
as great as
on flue cured toBacco. Valfonfi
program I ?
small boy and girls. They are Va. 115 Speight Levy ry. tune-up in a cons WAX Reside Ccrvo/n/ to Cadillacs/ Rinoulfs to Imptrhh' '

As we have approached and G-36. Coker 296 and NC 2326 $1..19 SI.21 VelliwogtnCLEANER r
observed this Christmas in an This program calls for a set of CunntyAgent 8Sc VALUE sor.57c

attitude of sharing and giving, quality standards for evaluatingnew JS-S-.WS2 r O $
we have put more Christ in tobacco and a two -. year .. !L for IA 19 <
D.1.{ 5'1
Nalr '.Ives. .M.1'Nt wi !d.; I
Christmas and we are happyby testing program to insure that d..alt.. I .M. "9 for f
.
doing so. the standards are met. Average "tlj'l "* x 11 wkyM black l I ..J 0 a 11 nMtu .....

There has been good and bad i yields of these new varie- s..d d.w .26 x 13 ,,*" *., block, l 3 ,".. ... .k
...,., blush
nnlin4ta
|U> */I frnm rVHI .
In any year. There will always v' i "0 JI I' tvble,5. bl....
k
"p pounds;; r-acre i
be. Certainly the birthday ol f 2400 Mosiof t hero In the war for national
these varieties will be on th our Christ made possible all 2 I
the ways of life we experience local market this year. today has an Income far below \AIR: for $20 slit

today. We still have the freedom -' People in the United States I his fellow American, the factory CAR Y ,Joe 't M...... .,..., l.-Afflr
enjoy the highest standard ol f r worker or other non agricultural TRUCK MIRROR 570 goo" ,,,......
of choice. Whatever our SEAT p a II ,. ...,... .'..11 ::4 .'..rr
choice may be for 364 days, living in the world. One of the! Jobs. Many are serfs on REPLACEMENT 710. II ,w....... coo a "'''',," wh,..
we remember that one big reasons this Is possible is,I their own land caught In thesqueeze 120 a II tvb.a/.c a wAid.k, U ,,,It.,... .hlf.
may the efficiency and productivityof of lower CUSHION Jf0 '' II ,,,...,..
greatest day In the year and prices for HEAL II Ivbd.ee" ...... ',00. .,....
the American farmer. In, arm products and higher farms f I tvel..e. black' l
H. who Himself, all for SUI
gave comparison, Russia uses ha ing costs. SSC DOg II ,,,..,... ..." .
'us. of its labor force to produce the The only answer to this low VALUE rALU[ 'JO/700. II ."...Lee .'..Ie
Our entire office staff and agricultural crops and livestockIn farm Income Is collective bargaining .ee./.bl I...",..
W.d.Mae
our) families are grateful for an economy that has manythings by the farmer for a r $'tulle "tool pip., Also.. : Owlra..n.i n,1sI. .,,.at / Z for 24 '
and .:.. Olin t erwO .t.nn. t y M 2 26'
I ill of our friends expres- lacking. In the V3. less fait,share of M1w 4 body for
the consumer dol .,.. 1 11. 7J0
.1
lions cf kindness through this than 20 per cent of the labor i tar. Too many middlemen have ..... Oeke If l a l4 Ivb.he u hi1,

rear. All of us wish for each o! force Is employed In agricultureand I!gotten Into the food business J o 7". "'h7M blwh/r. ;
st 11
you very happy and ambt- the results are staggering The farmer is going to have to too wblu bleak' '.0 If lobeSc5 .Ie
t ious New Year abundance In almost every food by-pass some of theft to get 1 f 11 '' I JI< I. tvhl... kiosk 100 a 1 J who/,... wh/..

item.With closer to the consumer It may UO/700. 'J evel,...
Sure hate to spoil the hap-- all these accom p 1 11 i s 'h-I mean higher! food costs but the i "h,..

>y days we have had with this merits the American farmer today Farmer deserves a better shareof 2'28 I

eminder. The new Farmer's remains the unappreciated, the American: economy. SPRAY MCTAL lo.MIUL 100 a t 1/.l.. 2 for'$30

DUPll-COLOR SEAT BELT 7Ih.. 1 ....1.o ::!:: 100 : :: evh.l... ...,..
7tO. I' "' ...,... COO "...,... wll'',.
Aid PAINT SI.'S week ,. .... .... .
Gardening Principles TOUCH-UP 333 VALUE Je0 at 17/vb./.e. "'"0.,.. .".,11411I",.eI-. .....M4.

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Cultivating a lawn 0 lei I Select a lawn site In a sun. grade. Generally a rough *. *. vll JJJ >< .
Menu as difficult as finding I I I ny area. Once you have the location fertilizer such as 10 10 11 DEALERS *rWtoNll ",.s5"* P"V"****< (* ,,SvwiV
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cure for the common cold. Alne t picked out establish a applied prior to planting Is re feaij aar l} ss "o "
time or another, maD y proper grade. Grade lines commended. Put 2S poaads
frustrated gardeners may want should be made In even, gentle on every 1,000 square feet In
to plow op the whole shaggy slopes! away from the early spring.In '

area and lay a slab! of green !house.U I Southern Florida, where

concrete. you're building a house" the grass stays green the entire -
Law* management call bean 'said Thompson, scoop up any year, fertilize the laws to :
exasperating affair for good surface soil and set it both spring and falL -$ I
home gardeners, according to,Hide. Heavy, raw clays should The neat step Is to plant the w
Dr. L. C. Thompson soil! not be used as surface soil grass. Gardeners can (1)) sod i
chemist with the Florida Agricultural because water seeps throughtoo the soil lUll ace, (2) spring !Individual MECHANIC'S PRINCETON' I %TURTLE MATS'

Experiment station slowly. plants or plugs er ((31) 12 rt. 50571 0031 CUSHION-AIRE *.vy stwfy vinyl ea fleer ttlste
However a successful lawac l Grade lines should allow for seed. BOOSTER
i be developed one r*> 'a layer ef surface sod t to U I Good weed free sod is expensive SHOCK AUTO tiro bout wtiMNf ruse
members: the same oil drala-I I'Inches deep. If the subsoil has and bard to find. Since CABLES ABSORBERS BATTERIES
age, and acidity principles. a medium texture and caa be it is much e..WI' to prevent 488 344
that apply to shrubs and flowers j I converted to a good soil easily. weeds than to eradicate them I 3" 6 :$: $ '
also govern toe growth ofiAa f II i[ thin surface aril of i er 4 rare they hate infested a lawn, 2f for 711 uy 10.1 1J.t I chili[ SUSYILUI

grunts. aides is sufficient.However a wise gardener will checkfprfgs t Giooe'-Y.MeotIe. taw ..-..d w .. ... If
Idea lawn dues Dot pop .. 0.1.t ./ ..+wr .'sale' fdVOtT 12 YOU _. sow w w A..4.. e.
|cut af the ground, said TbompUleraUy af the bottom lay and seeds for weeds. =t a.5 r l d..:.I t..eo-= =, ===a sue.. -I .24 e.4 this, ::. .is..n..I.
speaking. a good er ts competed ef sinfJe-fraia FMdians hate four mall L .SS.K cruse M .l...waA
sand er maaitve day a UVk grasses from which l : to choose _
mart t built from the'sad
down.* surface soil Is fI<
The soils expert said that After preparing the lib- centipede grass, K Aq:.
prdeecn sites have the so. grade tamp he ground so mIl tine grass, benmida grass and
fit that any space ant sad will act settle. Thompson says aoywa grass. Each: caa be Open 12 Noon-9 pjn. Mon., Tile. fir Wed.; 9 .....9 p.m. Thun., Fit' Sot.; 12 Noes-7 p.m. Sun.

towers er shrubs seould to apply J* .pounds el supercdMcnate planted as flogs, sprigs r

planted with grace. This Masfpota13 pounds tfnurute snail sods.Thonpna. GAINESVILLE-Acres Free Parking .
t s not hold tree, sac* gra*. sh to UN pointed tilt that

\ win sot grew well hi heavy sere feet as* grass may ft your prtxvlar -, U. S. 441 North at 23rd Blvd. Phone
i er woea competing woaroots. few get the toped IIIdII weds better dial lilt 3728292j I
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BEN FUNK the governorship between Democrat and transmitted 4,000 closeup back Into 1963. the FBI and, after four convictions Negro pupils staged a boycott dent Johnson touched off con weight crown from the bullet
News made a big noise I In Haydon Burns and Republican pictures of the lunar surface The strike against the Florida the violence ended. and both white and Negro pupils struction In February and If head of Sonny Liston.
Florida In 1964-the howl of the Charles Holley highlighted vfaruier 4 blasted off on a sim- East Coast Railway-the longestIn At year's end, despite the marched In protest against the Congress keeps the money coming Florida State, a one time
hurricane, the drumbeat of political an exciting political year. liar mission to Mars, a journey American railroad history I U.S. Supreme Court decree that quality\ of education in that city. -I1S8 million in all-comple- girls' school, moved slowly for
hat will not end until mid- went and The blow hon is in eight or nine toward the football
oratory, the marl of police Johnson the racial on on through 1964. the Florida Legislature must be crowning came expected years
dogs leaping into racial beating Sen. Barry summer of 1965. People wondered if the power reapportioned on the "one man- when II schools were stripped years. heights. It took an act of the

nobs, the roar of the rocket. Goldwater issue, outpolled to haul Florida back Saturn 1 super boosters, forerunners struggle between financier Ed one vote" principle, the rural of accreditation, because Duval For the eighth and ninth top Legislature to force Florida to
And the most deafening of al into national Democratic rank of rockets that will Ball on one side and the government pork chop gang still was firmly County hadn't spent the moneyto stories of the year, the editors even play the SemInoles.
was the scream of hurricane for the first time In 12 launch astronauts to the moon, the courts and the unionson entrenched In Tallahassee. hire adequate teaching staffs went to the sports pages. In 1964, Florida State got
Cleo, Dora and Isbell, whirling Robert years. were fired successfully three the other, would ever end. A three-Judge federal court, or buy textbooks and other educational Miami Beach was the scene there. The season was sullied
Miami King
In off tropic seas to convert Mayor mcs. After months of delay, In February, while President directed to see that Florida materialThe of perhaps the biggest upset In by a loss to Virginia Tech and
large parts of the state Into High pulled Into a stunning Democratic upset by the Gemini two-man space project Johnson was in the state, a complied with the order, tookno Cross-Florida Barge Canal boxing history. The lightly regarded I tie with Houston, but the
disaster areas. storming a run- recorded its first good un- train was dynamited off the action. providing a route from Louisville Lip Cassius Seminoles beat Florida In the
The return of the "Florida off with Burns. But Burns him used wit manned orbital flight, but more track. Johnson Immediately or. Jacksonville was going Jacksonville on the Atlantic to Clay, stunned the world-as be big one and won an Invitationto
hurricanes" after a 14-year period the race issue effect against to win the technical and weather troubles dered J. Edgar Hoover to make I through a school crisis more Yankeetown on the Gulf, be had loudly predicted that he II meet Oklahoma in the Gator

marred by only one trop. nomination devastating, then beat Holley ina shoved the first astronaut flight the strike the No. 1 concern of damaging than. Its racial wars. came a reality In 1964. Presi. would by lifting the heavy Bowl
ical twister was the top story I

of the year, In the opinion of Holley bare-knuckle accused battle him of in hiding which gg og oO O
ber Florida Associated editors Press memo and $12 million In a Nassau bank. ( a ooDa0 0o8 0 OooO o0

newspaper directors. For the first time, Negro voter nnll
broadcast
news
emerged as a potent political
Here are the stories.voted the force.
ten best:
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As the oldest city on the continent wy |
1. The hurricanes. the St. Augustine date 3D
2. State and national elections. line Is known around the world. O Q

3. St. Augustine and Jackson To this historic place, Dr. Mar 000fi
ville racial strife. tin Luther King Jr. brought his

4. Space shots from Cape Ken nonviolent army to dramatizethe
nedy. Negro's struggle for equality fi

8. The Florida East Coast Railway and the result was thyear's
third biggest story. fit.
strike.
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6. The reapportionment strug. All through the long-, not summer
gle. the Negroes marched by
day and by night. As angry;
7.. The Jacksonville ichool I 0
whites met the challenge with
crisis. violence, the snarl of the dogs, Oo0
8. Launching of the crois-Flor- the smashing of windows and \\\A\
Ida Barge Canal the crack of gunfire became
9. The Clay-Liston title fight familiar sounds In the narrow Entire Fine Home Furnishing Stock
10. Florida State's rise to football streets.

power. Racial strife also ripped Jack- I O
Since 1931, only one hurricanehad sonville. It started with small O Drastic Markdown
at
hit Florida-Donna In 1960. scale sit-ins and picketing, but Going .
But the charm broke when Cleo, tt when dynamite blastedthe
; grew
raging all the way across the home of a Negro boy who k\
I Atlantic from Africa, ripped the had entered a white school. ( Such Savings Wait for No One. a
length of the Florida east coast, O
wreaking damage estimated\ at Ai tensions grew, Mayor Hay. % -
1 don Burns told the Negroes he
, $121 crops.million to property and would tolerate no more Ills # Step Lively to Avoid Disappointment!
tough talk raised already boiling -
Dora, following a track no
Fire bombs OO'
other hurricane ever took In re- temperatures. SAVING UP TO
corded history, hit northeast smashing into a Burns campaign CD
office signaled the start
y Florida head-on. She lashed at
Jacksonville and St. Augustine, of a race riot. onLJa
then moved westward into the Nobody rode a rocket Into \
state to deluge a 10,000-square pace from Cape Kennedy in
mile area with destructive 1961. But numerous test launchings 40 % ere,

rains. Damage was estimated at I brought closer the day 1 more O
$200 million. I when American astronauts will D00' fo

President Johnson's victory In explore other planets. ___
Florida and the fierce fight for I Ranger J.ailedJo the_ moon SHOP OO
1 Doors Open At 9 A.M. Monday
0o MONDAY ,
,e4 Dee 28th Wo
ALACHUA COUNTY O
D NIGHT We must reduce our Inventory before January 1 1st, so we have cut prices
'TIL "' to the bone on close-outs, floor samples, slow movers and odds-and- Da
x ends! This Is just a partial I listing of the many terrific values now avail.
,\ 1964: Action 0U 00 O able at Home Beautiful. All items are from our regular stock of fine aoa
9 ; Home Furnishings, and all Sale Prices represent true, bona fide savings.
Naturally, many items are ona-of-o-kmd, so you'll hove to hurry for
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By CUP CORMIER nificant accomplishment of 1064
, Sun Staff Writer was the steps taken by the 00 I
In 1963 it was the defeat 01[ board to put In much needed s .
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the appointive superlntende n t vocational courses In the
J referendum at the polls, Inflated schools. 1id
school milk prices and a "We' will soon see the effects
near revolt by bus drivers. of the planning done In 1964.
But it was an even more action Early next year we'll probably a
\ packed year In 1964 for appoint a committee on vo-
the Alachua County Schools and cational education similar to the

t, the Issues were of greater sig one that worked on the junior P i LOVELY
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nificance. college survey.
. In September, 10 Negro students In the offing. Williams said, 0 '"" BEDROOM SUITES
I took their seats In pre- are automotive mechan Ie. r o0 o
f viously all white schools, putting courses in high schools, and Industrial OO .wJ LARGE SELECTION OF STYLES AND FINISHES 00I
an end to school segregation, arts classes at the jun-
i at least by a token effort. ior high level 21t." ,.,.. ...1, Am.nc l.dr..m Suit; 'In 1OQ9S ao
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What overshadowed the ad- The outlook fo r A1 l la c h ua FOR GRACIOUS .ntiqu. rn.pl finish 0
mission of Negroes at Buchholz County getting a Junior college CHAIRS ALL KINDST d.'. wlnut hi.db.ard O9S

I Junior High, Gainesville High t Is bright, says Williams. HOLIDAY DININGMEDITERRANEAN withc..I.I, . . .
and Stephen Foster Elementary "The junior college interim iO 5100 F'ellclt Pr..l"eI.l ,-pi I.c. k.d rm 39900

I Schools was the quiet acceptance advIsory committee did a fine lest 22.9S. .M..I.. .. .Cricktt. . .RcI.r.u. .. . .while. ..city. 1R93 Suit; with Kmftli, ltd . . . O I
of the situation by the Job| gathering Information that DQ CONTEMPORARY AND PERIOD STYLES 19.95 "ltk. .." 2100 Medic 4.pi I.drsoln srte i with 17900 pfQO
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I community.There I will help us get the junior col- -kin h.iAI*l ..|,1).t.4) e..ro. . OQ9S pi.al.l root.. . : . . . .
were no Incidents when lege. I'm very optimistic thatwe'D 59? SO a-Jae Sp* lili *?!. Bull's RMmfc.lt. IS*.00 lt.ll. ,....*.,'.1 k.dr..
DW .. Inclvdn Tmthj T.fcl. f tk.lrt .nd COQOOfkiira 11400 ..e..i.l RMNII| Ck.lt ky ".,,,... .pc. i* OOQOO
Gainesville I Integrated Its get it." . . .. . ** All.*" .". *..1|y |. . . 7Q9S .rite with 1*,Lid m... top . 00

schools. I The Junior college survey Is O IKS.00 lLy. .' Ixtoixlt' T.U.. M* ti 6 7QCOO 109.00 [., A ..'CI"' wf! lick .
The election of William S. due to be formally presented to kind c.rv.d ih.in .nd hn.kf.it sh/ne Tw nly i. retie.6995. : I MISCELLANEOUS 00
(Tiny) Talbot to the office of the school board early next
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month O 27700 Mod.ru Lund toaee Tibia, Mtf 24900 27.95 C.** Princnt A"til"* 1 yl 95 O
superintendent election In the May pro! Tallahassee, then It for will go beforeIn e 4 chin .ltd chin* plntl tops whit flmih tw* eel"ly . . I ** I*.*5 C.l.in.1..."... Dtik) with m.,1.l Im. AQ9S 0
mary surprised no one. assignment O 0 .. . . . .
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1100 4.Pi. Dlmtt* with RMk r NdnMl QQCO 95 pl ti !
Talbot had of a priority. 54.95 M.d.m .....1 . .. 39
openly campaigns k.ck ch.i
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T.bl..d 4 skein . .. . 1 12.00 D),,".'.d pl ssele top chtit tttlMk 80SBJ
The
against a referendum all i next step will be a bill In .. .

months before which would the legislature In April seeking DOD 1100, ttt l lt.li.t .I e ch.ln PwlMral and kM!0>.l..lTikbj tateesie.. . J 3/1QOO t 7 Ch.ic..1 4200. Medan..ce.ro.l swore . .. .<.kin. ... .ky. ."J.ll.. ...". **Q9S 7 .f ..lOffl M Hutch. ..ky. ."IlK.ii. . have allowed the School Boardto authorization and appropriations -
select Its own superintendentinstead for the two year college. 19.00 ...".... kln wit! rv nikl (..... AQ9S 545 5-Pl.c $._ Cut T.... Mt .. .. 39'S
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of the By of 1J68 it's
voters electing I Sept possiblethe 0o
one. first students could be ad- ..,. ..... f4.00 ...... Cads Chat--11.' .. sa,Ie ,. 49'5
It was no secret that the In- mitted.
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OMM! with p.d VAiU Q9S
cumbent superintendent E. D. Opening of two new schools In tII., l..t . . . .
Manning Jr., had the inside September Myra Terwllllger
track to retain his Job had the and Idylwlld Elementary School] t *::.4 .*sCrMp. *< . .. 1 2 PricoIUS
referendum succeeded. brought the total of county 0
x ,
I. Manning, it la recalled, staked 'schools to Jl and an enrollment A q 2 Dc.n"d 61.w T., (I....... T...... 6's
his chances to remain in of almost 19,500.Acquisition .

office on the referendum, say I of the old Gainesville I IUS M....,. T., c;..,.... T...... . . 9"
ing he would not run for re- Federal Building by
election again. lie stuck to his School Board from the ALL NO
promise. Services Administration as th'l Oo;
Talbot defeated Harry Evans lunation late In November ITEMS SUBJECT CARRYING

handily. provide classroom space for ; o
Another, who declined to run the county's growing adult ed- I LUXURIOUS SOFAS I TO ON OUR

for reelection was Lester Hodge, ucation program. PRIOR SALE 90 DAY PLAN
school board member. H o dge The old post office might also CHOOSE FROM DECORATOR ,COLORS 0

bowed out after a IS year association be pressed Into use as a .I 1700 QUALITY BEDDING
l.rty Aalerk.e wt ,-b.ck eels with f
with Alachua County temporary campus for the pro- II I rmmhto (*.* mtkwM .... 13900
going to Dr. Jasper Joiner, a posed AlachuaBradford Junior "5N.. NATIONALLY KNOWN NAMES
University of Florida professor j lit 00 C.IMi.) tkn e.shiee..fe ky 19900 i 1
College. "
AH.* OIM ry .
who also won handily in the Integration of schools here at.oo SIM,., wkA 119.00 S>*MM *.*wltW "iMMnpnuf' tlp Mt.tt 7995
election. did not end the racial problem ........ .... ....loose. ... .. __Ls.scAt..1. .. 69" T.... .. ...... .... . . 1703 N. MAIN ST.
School Board Chairman 0. for the School Board. S llio be O
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!,i Hugh Williams sees little poll. faced Is a suit In Federal District _.J u N4ALM**.!.*.*eh..wi uw. .tech. < with. 149's Nt w .." . . -. WIler. Dc wiq ...... w AJweye C-........., t
.J cy change after the board reor.ganizes Court to knock down the -.
next month. county's administrative barriers Jot: 111.40 'nock PimhKMl. h*" leek ..*. kf 22900 79.00 T... .... .... sMq lit M ewly 59'5 ," (
"Most of "...,....." I,*,, ?,,.. imnkfe. tmlHtm O
the differences already preventing pupils f r m
have been Ironed out," being reassigned to differatschoola. 2400 T/.dtiwl; tfrUJ_ *.*. wit. Lisa 17900 M0o 6.00 :::-:, ."s49 is orne !B t { [ O O
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four old members oa the /ut4.d lest e.d elM F..w s. gau fJU

board." County policy Is based oa the I 249.0 o.r..... emit ......... rtyIe .... '"" 19900 It.oo F..w ....... Kifm; ..... ..* .... 139 00
Talbot u n d e!rwent minor Florida Pupil Placement SUt- I N. n.bl. Nees ....... . ttJO s.- ..... 9"
throat surgery at the I'nlverii. totes R prevents both w R. Re I O oo .... 19800 w a.a ... -- e.st.ry 1..r. 39"It "UlfL{ 'tl om '
ty of Florida Hospital this]and Negro pupils from chll\llnI j r 'd bck e.4 New ....x..s =- =MfyoC"d .: : o/lJ

anonthr but 1s expected to .schools except under '

fume lib new duties after I nary circumstances. I 3 Q co 0 o o
fltraordJ-l' 0
first of January .1-1. But the Negroes say r 000 Og o t G

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t %w + and John Horsley mode Hit first card for general distribution( severalyears .
later,.nethsr'man dreamed"of f'the/'ovofemche' of greetings'to be": ;

exchanged as the years passed Today several holiday cards of unusual
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., famlljt via be here a week. companied by her sister, dorf-Goocman'a in New York

Frank's brother, Vlen Barbara, who will spend a City, and Donald, who ,is Visitor

+ Adams, and Mrs. Adams, also few days in Atlanta. serving In the U. S. Navy as
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and of Pittsburgh, a sister of an aviation and his
Mrs. J. chanic at Pensacola,
yon Watt Kirkpatrick, are HonoredMiss
Miss Doris E. Haynes, wife, Kay.
spending the holiday week
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.C. .
with the Kirkpatrick family. *
A. Cunningham, Is home
.By. Ruth Weimer from New York City for the bliss Ann Parrish, New Rochelle Nancy Adams entertained *
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holidays. currently N. ,
Traffic throughout the city her junior year abroad with r.. morning honoring Mr,.
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Lt Col. and Mrs. 'EadEm. manager a catering service the guest of
the Finch School of New York
may be a bit on the quiet aide Theodore M. Barber of Knoxville -
for firm in Phil Parrlsh, will leave
an advertising Mr
this' weekend but householdson The D. C. Ostranders spent City to la Rome for current gore have both of their sons Manhattan. Ann Is a flight Tenn., who with Mr
home Monday.
for the Yuletide. Cadet
every street are buzzing Christmas Day with Mrs. Os- studies. Barber li visiting her
for Trans World Airlines par
Fred hostess
Kilgore flew in from the .
trander's Mr. and .
parents
wittLactlvitles.\ and files the Europeanrun ents Mr. and Mrs. J. Wa tt
Mrs. L N. Carter of Daytona Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Strick U. S. Air Force Academy, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Kirkpatrick for the Christmas
Cay and frolicsome children Beach, who celebrated land have as their holiday where he Is a third classman, Small have as their guest from Kennedy Airport holiday.An .

enjoy) their gifts from Santa the day with a family guests the latter's sister, Mrs. and Ernest, drove home from for the Yuletide their son, .
out of town visitors arrive and house. Cleveland, Ohio, where he Is Kenneth of arrangement of poinsettias -
dinner and open H. B. Atlerbury and Mr. At- A. Small, now Lt Col. and Mrs. Steed
depart, collegians art "on the r a student at the Ohio College and holly centered the
terbury of Vienna, Va. Mrs. Chicago, where he Is assoc R 0 s aCre. have as their
go" or quietly sunning them December 25 marked the Atterbury is the former Miss of Podiatry. The Klllgores iated with the Liberty Mu- their daughter, Mrs. serving table, which was laid
selves In the summer like Carters' golden wedding an- Sybil Dubberly of Gainesville. will spend part of the holidays tual Insurance Co. The Matbhew guests H. How and Mr. with a red linen cloth.

w e$.t her, and prospectivebrides nlversary. Also In Dayton a Elected to membership la In St. Petersburg with Smalls spent Christmas Dayin and
.
How of Rockledge, Va,
and
and bridegrooms are for this gala wedding celebration I Village Vamps at Flerlda the colonel's brother, Ernest Jacksonville with their Charles Christmas trees pine
Lt Com. and hire
their daughter, and boughs decorated with poinsettlai -
planning the days ahead. were State 'Is M la family. and
University s daughter, Betty family. Collins, and their children,
James R. Mathews, Mr. were used in both the
The Ned Bingham family, Matthews Mrs. and Jim and Dr. and Mrs. T. Lynn Smith Helen Walkup, above, home Saturday, the Smalls en- Ann, David and Chuck, Virginia living room and Florida
lust catching their breath after sons, 111 The will have as their houseguests for the holidays with her The Ben 0. F ra all II/81' terained with an open house Beach, Va.
marriage of daughter, Carter, from Lansing, for a week their son, Richard parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. daughter, Molly, now living honoring Dr. and Mrs. Alfred room
(\Jie hereto
Jane!to George Schlldge, during Matthews family stopped Ostrandersen Smith, Mrs. Smith and their Walkup. As a member of the in Atlanta, drove home in Dlamant and their children Steed and Dan Rountree The honor guest's mother,
Thanksgiving week, is visit with the baby son, Michael of New Orleans Vamps, she win serve as time for the traditional I Stephen and Alice, Hav- made a pre-holiday visit with Mrs. Kirkpatrick, and her

again surrounded with a ro route to Daytona. who will\ arrive Mon an official hostess at various Christmas Eve family dinner. erford, Pa, formerly of the flows, and Judy Roun- sister in law, Mrs. J. Watt

mantic atmosphere. day.Dr. functions of FSU as long as o Others attending the evening Gainesville. Dr. Clamant, tree a CHS senior will be Kirkpatrick III, presided a t
Smith recently spent she attends FSU. Helen,. a. formerly a member of the their New Year's guest. the silver coffee service.
party were Mrs. Franktin's
Marjorie and Ned and their Carol Meyer Is home from some time In Colombia, South freshman student, was nominated mother PK faculty, Is now teaching entertainment
Mrs. H. S. Nev- An extra-special
daughters Marl and Silly, Urbana, Ill., where ahe Is a America, and visited their for the honor by her Ins at Haverford College. Assisting In the hospitalities -
their
; daughter Mrs feature for Friday evening -
will entertain with an open graduate student In library older son, Jack and his wife, sorority, PI Beta Phi. She was Ernest Bell The Dlamants are house- and family were Miss Linda Cert-
Ernest and his
house this afternoon for Karen science at the University of Buena In Bogata. also chosen as a member of guests of Manning Dauer, holiday parties ner, Miss Rosemary Johnson
and John May, Illinois. Carol Is the mother, Mrs. Veda Ben and groups was the total eclipseof Marcia Mase
Wunderllth spending Gymkhana Court. her sister who also honored them witha Miss and
is an- with her mot her, Mrs. Norman the moon. Party guests Sandefer.
w h..s e engagement holidays Christmas bouse. Miss Betty
Kurtz, and Mr. Kurtz here open around town
and and children all
MM. Herbert A. Meyer
,
nouQced today. Mrs. D. A. DavIes has
brother George and sister, as from Atlanta, and the were going "in and out" to Mri. Barber, who was Miss
her houseguests for the holiday with the McFerrins routeto
Mart, who Is a graduate Mrs. Charles Freeman, and en Franklins' longtime friends Mr and Mrs. J. E. Fro- observe the phenomenon provided Frances Kirkpatrick before
studLM: at Obcrlin con ege, her family. She will\ leave the weekend !Mr. and M r a. Clearwater, where they and neighbors Mr. and Mrs wick have as their holiday by Mother Nature be- her recent marriage, was
Dkk Faust, who moved
to visited the latter's parents,
was accompanied home for day before New Year's for Beach Frank Jamison. guests their sons, Holston, de- tween I and 10 p.m. as a presented with a Christm a s
and Orlemaa
from West- Mr. Mrs
the Holidays by a college- the North. Pompano Harry Molly will return Sunday ae'I signer of millinery for Berg- Yuletide spectacular. corsage and a gift of linen.
mated Carolyn Baker of Cali "" ,.. , port, Conn., recently. Mrs. on Christmas Day. ''I .1
fornia. Both girls are In the Faust,'a sister of Mrs.Davies, .
and her husband have visited
masters-teaching programat DOWNTOWN ON THE
Oberlin. Home for Christmas with here often. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Matthews SQUARE
the S. T. Dells are t h e i r and their children, Susan

Jade and George who wentto daughter, Mrs. Gordon Blurb, Home from the University and Sandy, Warren, Pa.,
Hawaii on their wedding I and Mr. Butch of Secane, of Virginia at Chrlottesvllle Is and Mrs. Frank Adams, Sr. a/te!

trip Jo write that this I new Pa. Betty came home a week Philip McFerrin, son of the of Pittsburgh are houseguest
state Is the answer to all ahead of Cordon who was John B. McFerrlns. of !Mr. and Mrs. Frank

'h Q n e ymooners' dreams." taking exams at Wharton John Jr. and his w 11 e Adams. Mrs. Matthews, a sister -

Theo new back to Clark I School of Finance where he Jane, of Jacksonville, stopped of Mrs. Adams, and her ChristmasClearance
NJ-r their new home on December la a graduate student.
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20. One of the high points in 1

the holiday for the Dells was
i .,1 An-Across the Atlantic call F MONDAY !

.Arrjvlng today at the Otto to their younger daugh t e r,
Stock home will be Mr. and Ann, who Is holidaying In

MrS; Charles Vance of Melbourne Switzerland. Ann, now taking SPECIAL

and Mini Kate Wardof !

Adalrsvllle, Ga., who will yxn

spend the remainder of the \ rt

winter here. Mrs. Vance, a t s ss yf.err
niece' of Mrs. Stock, and her
.husband, came up for a few Super PolyOx, Farah's great t, Z
.days and will attend t the blend of cross weave polyester
i and combed cotton AfcfiSs 1'
dance being given tomorrow *'
night by eight young Gainesville $795 .
bachelors at the Gainesville F

t !Golf and Country Club. t A boon for boys- b

f A blessing forMotuL.e
REG. $10.93 ,
PAUL REVERE
-Cadet Bruce Nobles, fresh- 8" BOWL $7.95

man at The Citadel Is spending The satisfaction of own-

the Yuletide with his par. V Ing fine Silver the .
Cola, the Edwin Nobles. He Y ONEDAY pleasure of giving a useful i
nntJ'lll January 2. gift that sin. such exquisite l ;? f'

I taste 0 very
specially) priced Monday
f __Starlet of the First ONLY only. Come early, and' 7'
o Baptist Church's Living browse. LADIES DRESSES

ZJlatlvlly Scene m ChrliVlg Here for the holidays Is
CIVI A DISTINCTIVI GIT- i
II Eve the baby Miss Renee Smith above
,
lamb born that lnit.4 .( cc tip.**'** snot! v Most of our Fall and Winter
day. daughter of Commander and I r t ,J r 4. dresses and costumes included
art
Other manger anl- Mrs. Nathan L. Smith. She s ,.- in the
malt! a donkey, two received her degree from f Including special event
goats and the also some great party
cow
Jacksonville University In December y 3'ifi.J.I dresses for New Year's Eve.
received wide-eyed at- and will be Sturdy slacks
teaching In 1 3 Reg. 12.00 to 40.00
tention. sixth grade at the new Jus-
'Children and adults tins Road Elementary School SUPER' 799
stood ta reverent alienee In the 2999
Arlington of Jack-
area NOW /
to view the several presentations Aytnui \ TOSWEATERS
sonvllle. Mine Smith Is a graduate 1129 W. University
of the Nativity of Gainesville Illgk I \ P4a ,.
program, which began School. --------------------j n
lust Sunday following the 1------- ___ ___


was evening The one new church of-born two service.lamb baby II ONCE-A-YEAR SALE G _: : If you were looking; for a

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, bridge players took time out I I'i I Large Size 60-Day Supply

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play In the regular Wednesday
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evening game at the NOW ONLY 4.50 WooLt
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In a festive mood, made a Guaranteed to make you look younger In 30 days-or money back!
I bit brighter by the gorgeous
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I I. ta. porting that Mary had I _
made for him in Hong Kong. and for younger-looking hands save on Young Touch' AFTER Our Famous "Stay

Hand Lotion with estrogens... XMAS SALE
L ". Holzman and the writer -I. i There" girdle and
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South by a narrow margin. I : TEENS bra at these special

Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Wood- .teL","...as LhMnlfsU soft!
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;Yw May and Dr. E. E. 199Iw

Phillips led the East-West GRESHAM DRUGSYOUR GIRLS Ref 2.50 I
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: R. N. Livingston were DOWNTOWN LIGGCTT STORI COATS CAR COATS JUMPERS 599

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Sunday December 27, 1964 Galneiville Sun ...3C.WiqqinsNelson .


Newlyweds The First Baptist Church to Live in Virginia Bridal NuptialsSolemnized. ---- j jMiss f- I



was the setting for the wed- Diana Kay N e Is On, -
given Christmas evening by
ding of
Miss Julie Pearl Parties daughter of Mr. and Mrs I h.. ,i, and
Cheves Mr Mrs. Wiggins,
daughter of Mr. and Otis Marland Nelson, became ? par-
Mrs. Isaac Xenophon Cheves, the bride of Ronald Lee Wiggins p."C. ents of the bridegroom, who
and William Nathaniel Babcock were hosts at the ConLjnen-
son of Mr. and Mrs
son of Mr and Mrs. y t h t GivenContinuing MacDonald Johnston Wigglni I tal Room of the Holiday Inn.;
Mark Babcock of Daytona Seasonal appointments
afternoon
of Orlando Saturday I
Beach, Saturday aftern o o n. combined with
were wedding
the traditional during a ceremony In the
Dr. Fred .
performed T Laughon the Jr., pastor J family dinner for the Yong First Baptist Church with Dr bells to deck the dinner table:

Nuptial music ceremony. and Pound families on Christ Fred T. Laughon Jr., pastor,,
was provided
mas Eve, Col. and Mrs. Everett officiating '
by Mrs. Seldon Waldo
or
ganist. M. Yong entertained Miss Talka Lupklewlci. soloist ANNUALSALEf

Magnolia, palms and white Thursday evening at their and Mrs. Solders Wal-

tapers in brass candelabra home. do, organist, gave the nuptial

adorned the altar. This year, the affair honored music. !

Proceeding the bride to the Miss Betty Pound, and her Pine wreaths and magnolia
altar were Miss Cherry Dale Lk" fiance, Alvin Also brook, leaves were used in decoration IIIIKIIM THM_I ..

Ford, maid of honor, and whose marriage Is to be an of the altar
Miss Lynn Jackson, Albany, event of Tuesday evening. The bride, given in marriage r LUCIENLELOXGCOLOGNES

Ga., and Miss Beverly Reid, Guests were limited to by her father, wore .
Jacksonville, both cousins of members of the Pound and a gown of Ivory parchment M
the bride. Yong families satin and Chantilly lace fashioned ;

The three attendants wore Informal with chapel train. Her 8 Ox. SizeREGULARLY
Supper
fingertip length veil was
gowns of camellia brocade 6.00
Mr.
Wednesday evening
held by a pearlized crown.
satin with matching h ad--
e and Mrs. Crier Klrkpatr 1 c k
She carried a bouquet of NOW 3.0Q.rTUIIFIN
pieces of brocade rose and and their sons, George Jr.
white orchids and cascade of
tulle veils. Their flowers
were and Michael, were hosts for
cascades of pink pompon an Informal supper at their carnations
Her gown had been worn -
chrysanthemums. Mrs. William Nathaniel Babcock home affianced
complimenting by Miss James 0. Nelson 1 t.,1
The bride, given In mar- ..
rlage by her father, wore a Mrs. Earl C. May Introduced by Miss Donna Hope and Miss couple. her lister In law..- -for- Mr Ronald' Lee Wiggins v}
white silk peau de sole gown Streit cousins of Guests Included the honor her marriage. 1
Kay the
guests to the receivingline. l ,
with bodice embroidered In bride. guests Miss Monika Codzew- Red Velvet Gowns Mrs. Thelmn Larch, M r.. the Florida West Coast, the
seed pearls and fashioned ski of West Berlin, house- Bridal attendants were Forrest McCann, Mrs R. E. couple will be at home at ill :
with a chapel train. A shoulder Assisting with the reception For traveling, the bride guest of the Klrkpatr I c k a; Miss Sherrl Crouch of Italian- L. Greene, Mrs. R. J. Williams SW First Avenue. Both will
veil of lllustion was held were Mrs. Dave A. Warner wore a beige wool lace tweed Miss Judy Brill, Miss Helen dale, Fla., cousin of the Sr, Mrs. W. A. Krlenke continue their studies at the i
Mrs. Ben L. Reid Mrs. Ernest suit with aqua accessories.The bride Miss Francis Eu- Mrs. E. C. Eubanks Mrs.
by a handmade tiara of seed Graham, Miss Anne Conant, ; University of Florida
pearls. She carried a bouquetof W. Jackson, and Mrs. newlyweds will est a b- Miss Rosemary Johnson, Miss banks Miss Madalone Garrett William Garrett, Mrs. Mildred .
white roses, pink rosebudsand Robert E. Dixon, aunts of the lish a home in Virginia, where Marcia Mane, Torsten Andersen Miss Ruth K r Ie n eke, Jones, Mrs. Murray Nelson Parties Given
stephanotis. bride; Mrs.Robert D. Flippo, both will teach until June, Ensign Walter D. Williams Bridesmaids and Mils and Mrs Jay Jones Jr., Miss Jeanne Crawford, who /
aunt of the Mrs. when they will return to assisted In the was maid of honor, entertained WOIICMTMIMAJUI! '
Brother Best Man bridegroom. James Lang, Jack C. Jeanne Crawford of Tampa, reception cour-
James Babcock, brother of Charles B. Outen, Mrs. CecilE. Gainesville and continue their May, cousin of the bride, maid of tesies. with the bridesmaids lun- 4""'......*MtifoH. to m M*
the Love, Mrs. Francis C. graduate studies at the University honor. The brides book was kept cheon Friday at the Alcove -a.r..wNC, M MnMHw'. |Mt M
bridegroom
best
was
of Florida. Also Mr. and Mrs C. Addison room of the Inn.
Myers Mrs. William D. Their Holiday .... ,
man. Ushers Dennis Reyn- dresses were fashioned by Miss Holly Jane Greene -- -
Cheves brother were of the bride R. olds, Mrs. Jean P. Ahr a n o, Parties Given Pound Jr., parents of alike of red velvet and and Miss Lois hector and The table was laid with a ,...,...w..ous..
; Mrs.Hershel Streit Mrs. Don- The bride was honored with the bride-elect; Mr. and Mrs. pink linen cloth and centered
Dale R. McDaniel Cocoa they wore matching red velvet rice bags were distributedby
Robert E. Lee, DeLand and; std E. Hope, Mrs. RobertH a luncheon for her attendants Leo Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. bows as headple e e.. Miss Sherry and Miss Ter- with a miniature wedding

Richard K. Dycus, South Day ee k In, Mrs. Donald L. Saturday when Mrs. Howard Harry Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. All carried nosegays of white ry Hester party. During the luncheon, GRESHAM.ew wwrowd. u.DRUGS.... ,....
C. Nelson entertained Gordon H. BUtch and Mr.
tona. Brooke, Miss Roberta Flippo, at the chrysanthmums with holly I I Among the out of town the bride presented gifts of
Mrs. Manor Restaurant. During and Mrs John Watt Klrkpa- pearl necklaces to her at
C. and touches
David Warner of Jackson- Whitney Wyman. the luncheon, the h 0 nor e trick III. of red. guests were: Mr. and Mrs. tendants.The 12 W. Univ. A,..
ville, cousin of the bride was Miss Judy Spurlock, Mrs. William William Marshall was best James 0. Nelson, Miami I I;
acolyte. E. Carswell, Mrs. Dan- presented her attendants with Luncheon Given man and James Otis Nelsonof Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Craw- 1_"____rehearsal____ _dinner__was .
For her daughter's wed- iel B. Schuh, Mrs. Howard C. boxes.gifts of bisque butterfuly ring Tuesday, Mrs. Ralph Blod- Miami, brother of the ford, Bill Crawford, Tampa

ding the bride's mother worea Nelson, Miss Faye Maxwell, gett and her daughter, Mrs. bride, Patrick Wiggins/( and ; R. T. Crouch Jr.,
Mrs. Richard K. Dycus, Mrs. Friday evening, Mr. and Steve Wiggins, brothers of
candleglow brocade suit Mrs. Babcock Robert Van Carpenter feted Smithfield, N. C.; Mr. and
with apple green accessoriesand Robert E. Lee, Miss Jenny the rehearsal were hosts for Miss Pound with a pre nuptial the bridegroom were ushers Mrs. Lee Crouch and Becky,
the bridegroom's mother Clements, Mrs. Christoph Cheves home dinner at the luncheon at the Gainesville with Cary Nelson, brother of Sammy, and Cindy Hallan-
wore a blue brocade dress Ptachlk and Mrs. H. C. Horn. cluding the wedding, with guests in- Golf and Country Club. the bride, as Junior usher. dale, Fla; Mr and M r I.
with accessories. Both Keeping the Bride's Boo partyand Mrs. Nelson wore a pastel William
navy members of the two families Pink rosebuds and Christmas Davenport Billy
had rosebud corsages./ were: Miss Ann Reynolds, here for the wedding. balls adorned a trio of green crepe frock with lace and Alan, Decatur Ca ; Mrs.J. MERRY CHRISTMASAND
Reception At ChurchA Miss Kathryn Brooke overbluuse and matching accessories Roberts (
Mrs. Pink camellias and crystal cupid epergnes centering the A. M canopy;
reception In the lower Frederick H. PIt, and Mrs. candelabra decorated the table. and Mrs. Wigginswore Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sparks,
auditorium of the church followed David Cobb. small tables a royal blue crepe Starke; Mr and Mrs. Murray
which
were laid HAPPY NEW YEARFROM
the ceremony. Rice bags were distributed with pink cloths. Corsages were presented to dress with matching accessories. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. i
the bride-elect and her mother .
Robert Clemons, High I
Mrs. C. Addison Pound The Holiday Inn was the Springs; Mr. and M re. I

I Rankin-Cooper Vows Jr.Luncheon setting for the reception given Ralph King Milbourne; Mr. 8 THE
guests Includedthe by the bride's parents following and Mrs. W. T. Basford Jr.,
honoree, her mother the wedding
Mr and Mrs. Fred III gel,
MIAMI Following a wed Mrs. S. A. fluency, Seasonal flowers were used Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Anderson CASUALWOMAN
ding trip in Florida Mr. and ?, Mrs. E. Finley Cannon, In decoration and the cake Mr and Mrs. W. E. Pel-
Mrs. David George Rankin, Mrs. S. T. Dell, Mrs. Ben and punch tables, laid with let Mr and Mrs. Lowell
whose marriage took place Franklin Mrs. Walter Williams white linen cloths, were appointed L'mbs, and Mrs Estrlle WI,. j
December 22 in the Gallo M r I. Gordon H. In crystal and silver! gins grandmother of the USE CENTRAL CHARGE

way Orthodox Presbyterian Blotch, Mrs. James Feibcr Mri W. B. Crawford, Mrs. bridegroom all of Jackson 1511 N.W. I Jlh St
Church of Miami, will establish '" ,'t Mrs. Ernest Bell, Miss Helen James 0 Nelson and Mrs. ville.
a home ,in St. Peters ,l'I Graham, and Miss Delia William Davenport cut the
For her the
honeymoon,
burg. Adkins. wedding cake. .
The bride Is the former \ Gertners Entertain/ Mrs. Don Hester, Mrs. bride wore a yellow wool suit

Miss Patricia Louise Cooper, Mrs. Harold Gertner and John McCarthy, Mrs. Frank with brown accessories. _

daughter of Mrs. George H. her daughter Miss Linda Ussery.. Mrs. D. B. Beailey, Following a wedding trip to .
Cooper of Miami Certner, were hostesses fora II' -

The bridegroom Is the son luncheon complimenting
of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ear I. Miss Pound Monday aft
Rankin of Pigeon Forge, ernoon at their home. FOR THE HOME )
Tenn., formerly of Gainesville r Gold and white was em-
Fla. phasized in the party decor I fenneiffWAVH

Rev. Robert L. Atwell, pastor and laid the with luncheon a white table felt cloth was I' : SHOP MONDAY TILL 9 P.M.
4to
officiated for the cere- d
trimmed In gold.
mony, which was followed bya '. Places were marked for
reception at the home of
Miss Pound Mrs. Pound Jr.
,
Mr and Mrs. Richard Dame.
Mrs. C. Addison Pound Sr.,
Given In marriage I by Mrs. W A. Shards Mrs. S. I
her brother George H.,Cooper T Dell. Mrs. Edwin Peck, I
Jr., the bride wore a full- Mrs. Spurgeon Cherry,
length sheath gown of white i Gordon 11. BUtch Mrs. Mr.//
satin with lace bodice and ek""t i' y glas Davis and Mr. R
detachable aatln train. A tiara mond Watson. i I ,

of pearls held her veil "d A gift of sliver was presented
of Illusion. She carried I how to the bride-to-be\ by ,
Mrs. David Mom Rank!
quet of white roses. the two hostesses.
Mrs. Waldo F. Malison, I I II REVERSIBLE j
sister of the bride, was her vet and the bridegroom'smother ter-in-law of the bridegroom, ,

matron of honor and only wore a coffee colored and Mr and Mrs. Ralph burg The bride la a teacher
attendant She wore a pale lace over beige taffeta Rankin, White Pine Tenn. In the St. Petersburg schools 1
green sheath gown and carried sheath. The couple has taken an and the bridegroom will be ROOM SIZE EARLY

yellow sweetheart roses. Out of town guests Included apartment at Ml huh Avenue graduated from Florida 1 I

Terry Lynn Hartsock of the bridegroom's parents, 1,_ South In St Peters- _Presbyterian College In June i
Clearwater was best man for Mr. and Mrs. John J. Buoy f :.

the bridegroom, who bad Richard ewers, Boston Mis*., uncle AMERICAN RUGS I Iiv'
D. Huss of SL Petersburg and aunt of the bride; ONE WEEK ONLYrWREATHS _

and Waldo F. Mattson George H. Cooper Jr., Dallas ,

Key Biscayne, as ushers. brother of the bride;
The bride's mother chose a and Mrs. Frank E. Rankin V
sheath of peacock blue ..I- Jr. Bordentown, NJ.. sis


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11 f Clubs Hold Gala Holiday Parties. BELL Mr and Mrs Albert

Bell willcelebrate NEW LAVATORY FAUCET
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their golden wed Only On. Handle' ,

{ ; ding anniversary today at
their home. I ""

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Mrs. Thomas L. Martin Jr., Mrs. Richard Farley I --------
A" t and Mrs. Richard Gammage left to right above ..:.:
were among the guests at the University of Florida
Wives of the International faculty members and students at the Universityof Newcomers Christmas dinner-dance which was held CHRISTMAS. '
Florida, who have organized a social club meeting monthly held their holiday at the Faculty Club. Dance music was furnished by AFTER :
party at the University Women' Club recently. Bard Donaldson's orchestra. Among the hosts for
Mrs. Glenn Farris, sponsor for the organization, explain methods of making the evening were Mr. and Mrs. James Conklin Mr.
decorations for the Yuletide season to Mrs. Dora Ampuerto of Ecuador, left and Mrs. Terrence Small Mr. and Mrs. William
while Mrs. Christine Gammage of England and Mrs. Usha Malik of India at Jtryan, Mr. and Mrs. Don Escaraz Mr. and Mrs. A.
the right watch the procedure.Guide R. Bedarek Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Yeates and Mr. CL 8' AURN E

and Mrs. Joseph Perry.REDUCTION .
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To Budgeting I II .

I */3 ON Fresh from our regular "
,. for '"
I For Young Couples stock and perfect
the rest of the winter '
these beautiful dresses 1Q
I ,By ALMA WARREN"A Budgeting for the Young Couple S.l' Group Beginning and coats will clothe you _
be obtained from in and terrific
may Monday style at a
I Guide to Budgeting for of Information,U.S.I I
the Office DRESSES saving too.
the Young Couple," publishedby Department of Agriculture I I Morning At t\\\\\\ & WINTER
the U.S.Department of Agriculture
,can help young newlyweds Washington D.C.: 20250. Send Street and Afternoon 9 O'Clock
get off to a good start a postal card: and ask for I Sixes' 5 to I 15-8 to 23,
to managing their inancei HGB90

In this guide, family econ- (
omists of USDA'i Agricultural
Use Oil I
Research Service tell how Baby slie
to set up and use a simple, Skirts t cyp /30ff
workable budget. The budget For Furniture ..
y If designed so any couple can Sweater s No Exchanges ,
base It on their own experiences Small scratches or mars : B/OUses or Refund on ,
tailor It to their income on pieces of furniture or art I Sole
and situation, and gearIt objects made of wood can be S/ Merchandisej J IIIIIIIII hii111\
'to their Individual goals P \\\\\\\\\1\\
minimized until they seem:) to I nts \\\,
Budgeting, as described by have disappeared by gently p <$ WINTER
the family economists, Is the buffing them with a a o ( t
development of a plan that cloth with!, a dab! of baby oil Select Group C COATS I
allows for Individual differ-: .
erences and provides flexibil. on, IL and >
within the structure c5
Ity
Stains on furniture or pan sv1
In setting up a budget the elled walls can be removed I
r young couple should: easily with baby oil too. An COpTs 1/3 off

1. Decide on their short- office manager told us that
range and long-range goals baby oil removed: mimeographing franklin's

2. Set up a trial budget. Ink from a panelledwall wnr
'
without leaving a traceof : y floum a
Keep a record of expenditures
} the stubborn Ink. s !
mouege
to see how It works. 14p lhop
Woods, such as teak, that R
4. Evaluate and adjust J do not take well to (finishing I F 401 W. University Are. flMININI APPAREL
:the budget as thilr i needs: .. .
be GilitfivilU'l Mitt P ih tiitblt .d."
can preserved and beautified Dial FR 2-4506
change. with a baby oiled cloth IOS W. U.l..r.lfy Ave"II'
Free Rear of Store
Single copies of "A Guide to Parking ?
buffing.
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for the first time In our history, a PRE-INVENTORY SALE \ In this ad we con list only a few items But ALL OTHERon

ALL MAJOR WHITE APPLIANCES. MERCHANDISE IN THE STORE has been marked down accord.

Both our STORE and WAREHOUSE art overstocked bulging ingly.

or the seams To reduce this stock before inventory time, we w Financing arranged on the spot, with the Finance Plan that best

t are taking a loss and giving you the gain L"w suits your budget and paydays.

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A-102 95 These Prices Apply Only To Merchandise in t.,

ONLY 179 Our Stock. Any Special Orders at Our Regular ,

Everyday Low Prices. _

All Are Deluxe Boxes
A-202 *189"A302 a
111IIIIIIII The Finest That Whirlpool Makes

214"

A-502 239" *
14-Cu. Ft.BOTTOM. 16Cu. Ft.BOTTOM.
A702. . *269"A902 VARIETY

FREEZER FREEZERS
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CARDIGANS I, SETS \ \ Junior-Misscs Half Sizes :

3-6x-7-H I BROKEN SIZES-3-6x SUITS Values to 35.00ONE =

VALUES 1/3 OFF I VALUES 1 L3 OFF
TO 693 I TO 3,99' GROUP ANOTHER GROUP


-KNIT PULLOVERS NITE FUNNEL SHIRTS:-if I s y 1/2 1/3



VALUES 1/3 OFF III SIZES 4-14 2.29 Off off
TO 299 III I REG. 3.50
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FAMOUS NAME BRANDS SPECIAL CROUP *DRESSES *"- 6.99 400
KNIT PULLOVER I II 2- Pc. SETS
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SHIRTS-SKIRTS CORDUROY NYLON PANT .
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BROKEN SIZES Sizes M-L-XL famous name

VALUES399to6003 1 OFF TO VALUES 399 1/3 OFF SPORTSWEARSweaters

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TODDLER BOYS & GIRLS \ .

Orion Cardigans Boys-CapsKNITS S-M-L .# t Capris $ :i. *jtj" '

TO VALUES 399 % OFF I REDUCED TO 100 Cr 1 0 33 ;.z Skirts I Iill '
I Blouses
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BOYS 3.7 BOYS LONG SLEEVE
4JJ \ The Thins! You Went ill Pit'M'I
Orion Cardigans SHIRTSSIZES \ For Ccltuol l Weoilflf5n \
SIZES 3-7 PATTERNS-SIZES 3.7 \.. Greatly Reduced
!Hoi All Slut! Colon I UVi7'.COAT
j
1 .4
TO VALUES 399 ,L3 OFF TO VALUES 2.29 1/3; OFFMEN'S
ONE GROUP
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& SUITFASHION

WEARShort ''I : VALUES YOU WONT
12 off
n [ WANT TO MISS...
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Sleeve 'II KNIT SHIRTS 'L \J ANOTHER GROUP SUITS3 Off -
Sport ShirtsVALUES :

2 ,3.00' I VALUES /; OFF 1/3 Off I Broken Sites/ In Juniors' tr MI..... :r-

TO 4.99 Famous Name Brands In Dacron Cr
Cotton Blends & All Cotton. As /3
Cotton Regular& and Daeron For'I I I sorted wardrobe.BIG styles. colors,to match: every I ,, COATS off rj

LADIES-famous moms j I -

SCRAMBLE TABLE ',' Sweatersfamous .-w.

FANTASTIC BARGAINS ON MEN'S HATS- BELTS- names-variety of REGENCY
RAINWEAR and UNDERWEAR.MOST Il r
fobrics Cr colors-
off
STYLES Cr COLORS fl / Broken lizes' ROOM
1 /3 :
MOST SIZES price

Values to 4.99 i 2 '.. .
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T I BOYS' WEARCOTTON I rRemnants DRESSES If off

I HOODED 1 3
FLANNEL AND CHRISTMAS FABRICS COSTUMES
SHIRTS pIlI SweatshirtsButtonDown
Collars 111111 Cotton Fleece Lined&Turtle Neck: ..- E"-If I
and Reg Colters/ -Broken SizesOFF 1/2 PCCEf'
Not Every Sac in all Colors
Domestics; Dept.
It,. Priced t/3 OFF till, Y3 ) 1 ._ V
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1 99.& 2.99 G:' "'- SCRAMBLE TABLESpecial

Christmas' Items Other
Oecron & Cto All Ctt SCRAMBLE TABLE
Slight'' Soiled&Discontinued Ifemi.
PANTS Shirt -Oe k Pontv /th/etie .Bedspreads Towels
Snorts-Short Sieve' Shirts
Broken Sizes & Color .Cafe Curtains Drapcs etc.
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REDUCEDR'.9
Some in Sl.rrv-Re? & Husky
to Sues$93 50% .75% UPTO
50% off
tOYS RIG. 79< THE STORE YrTTH MORE t.i
1.00 TO 4.00 Baseball Caps... lOUSE NKMIZ anertna aHTU ._ _
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$C Gainesville Sun Sunday December 27, IS61 *


TODAY, December HAt sonvDle, I p.m., Holy Trinity 1 I
ENGAGEMENTSII Home honoring Mill Episcopal Church. Reception

HF T Karen Wunderllch, and her I following at the Gainesville

I II rt qwNl fiance, John May, I to I ew &$ +! Golf Rehearsal and Country dinner Club.for the

I t p.m., Dr. and Mrs. Ned : Johnson Harrison wedding

Bingham and their daughters i party, 7 p.m. Barney Harris
Mrs. J. C. Dickinson 111 Jr., and his mother, M fI.
and Miss Marl Bingham, oring Miss Mary Lee Johnson, TUESDAY, December 2J Mary Harris, Holiday Inn.
1718 NW Tenth Avenue. bride-elect of Barney HarrisJr. Luncheon for out of to"n
Buffet supper complimenting ., Mrs. W D. Joiner, 631 guests here for \the Pound. WEDNESDAY, December 39
Miss Betty Pound and SW ZTth Court. Alsobrook wedding, 1 p.m., Wedding of Miss Mary Lee
her fiance Alvin Alsobrook, Dinner Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shands Johnson, daughter of Mr.
6:30 to 8::30 p.m., Mr. and a Lee Johnson honoring and her Miss fiance Mary Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell, at and Mrs. Albert Sidney Johnson -
,
Mrs. L. William Graham the Dell home, 233 NW 7th and Barney Harris Jr.,
Barney Harris Jr. 7 ,
p.m. Road. of Mrs. William Barney
Mrs. W. S. Graham and Miss Col. and son
Mrs.
A George W. of Elizabeth Harris of Prescott Ark, and
Helen Graham, Holiday Inn. Hunter III and their Wedding Miss
daughter
MONDAY, December 2S Anne Pound, daughter of Mr. the late Mr. Harris t p.m.,
c SV Bridesmaids luncheon, 12:30: Miss Inn. Gay Hunter, and Mrs. Cicero Addison First Methodist Church. Re-
Holiday
p.m., Mrs. C. Add I son Pound Jr., and Alvin V. Also ception following in Bethany
INT Pound Jr. and her daughter, Rehearsal dinner for brook, son of Mr and Mrs. Room with Mr. and Mrs. A.
T Miss Betty Pound, fiance of POll n Alsobrook wedding, Irving C. Alsobrook of Jack- S. Johnson Jr. hosts

Alvin Alsobrook, Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. C. Addison
I Golf and Country Club. Pound.Sr., 221 KW 12th Terrace AFTER CHRISTMASLADIES
Miss Versa Alice Bean Miss Karen WanderllchBeanScheutz Miss Cynthia LOB Grant Miss Mary Ashby Miller I Bridesmaids luncheon hon .


I ; Grant-Walbroel At CLEARANCEALL


Mr. and Mrs. Wesley S. Phi Beta Kappa, honorary Mr. and Mrs. Joe Curtis tion from the University of
Bean announce \the engage- scholastic society. The bride- Grant entertained with an- Florida. She was named to
ment and approaching marriage to-be is doing graduate work nouncement party Christmas the Dean's List. She Is now SEASONAL
of their daughter, Miss in German literature at Columbia Day in their home to reveal a member of the faculty of
Verna Alice Bean of New University. In 1963, the engagement and approaching the South Ocala Elementary
York City, and Arnold H. she studied two semesters at marriage of their School. cw&COIld SUITS
Schuetz, New York City, son Goethe University .in Frank. daughter Miss Cynthia Lou Mr. Walbroel], a graduateof
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Werner furt. Grant, and Charles Edward Edgewater High School in

,Schuetz, Hofheira In Taunus, Mr. Schuetz, a graduate of Walbroel son of Mr. and Orlando, was graduated from SWEATERS
Germany. Mrs. Charles John Walbroelof the University of Florida
Main-Taunus Gymnasium in
Orlando. with a B. S. In chemistry.He .
for I In Hofhelm was for
Plans a wedding Germany 1
The will take was named to the Dean'sIJst
wedding placeIn Stock
late August are being made. merly a student at Goethe June. and was elected to mem- Regular BLOUSES
Miss Bean, a 1958 graduateof Frankfurt He Is
University, in MerchandiseQuality
bership Alpha Epsilon
Gainesville High School 1. Miss Grant, a graduate of ,
presently a member of the Delta, honorary pre-medical 3
was graduated magna cum Edgewater High School 0 f ,
editorial staff of the "New fraternity. He Is now a student "' '" SKIRTS
laude from Rice in
University
Orlando, received her B. A. at the UF Medical Col- 0
1962. She is a member of Yorker Staatszeitung" degree In elementary educa- lege.MillerGreenman. .'. Name


II Wunderlich-May II Brands PANTS 3



and The bride elect, a grad 1/2 DRESSESFEW
I The engagement approaching WEST PALM BEACHDr.and Miss Miller Is the grand PRICESTATIONERY
.marriage of Miss uate of P. K. Yonge from High Mrs. Donald Wesley Mil daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Do-
Wunderlich School, graduated
Karen Elizabeth was
ler of West Palm Beach an- ranee L. Miller of St Petersburg
of Mrs. Wun- the University of Florida In
daughter Henry
nounce the engagement of and Mrs. Eugene OFFL
derlich and the late Dr. Wun 1963. their daughter Miss Mary Bourke of San Diego. CLEARANCE COATS

derllch, and John Irvin May Mr. May is a graduate of Ashby Miller, and Will la m Mr. Greenman was gradu- RENNER DAVIS STATIONERY
of Mrs. J. J.
\ of Tampa, son Cornelius Greenman, son 0 f ated from the University of
Plant High School. He was $ & L MEN'S SHOP
late H. D. $
and the
I Hlnckley graduated from Florida Professor and Mrs. John R. Florida In December, 1963, REG. I EACH-NOW 2 1
announced FOR
Is today by
May,
Southern University In 1960, Greenman of Gainesville and and Is presently a student in
the bride elect's mother. where he was a member of grandson of J. A. (Dixie) the UF College of Medicine.He .
February 20 has been chow Theta Chi fraternity.Both Jones Sr., also of Gainesville is a member of PI Kappa Limited. Quantities Other Gift Items Reduced Stag 'n Brag
en as the date for the wed Miss Wunderlich and The bride elect will be Alpha fraternity and the Stu- CHESNUT OFFICE
ding, which will take placeIn Mr. May are now employedby graduated from the University dent Medical Association and
St. Patrick's Church of the State Department of of Florida In April. She Is was a member of the Men's EQUIPMENT CO., INC.
Gainesville. Public Welfare in Tampa. a member of Alpha Delta PI Glee Club.A 106 W. University Are. FR 2-8421 t3 W UNIV. AVE. FR 6-5611
sorority and was a memberof June wedding is being I
the Women's Glee Club planned. -----
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MP w .wnmNn
John Sungs

DADE CITY Mr. and tive. Now attending St Leo

Mrs. Alfred Goguen, Dade College, she,plans to transferto Entertain
the University of Florida.
City, have announced the en. The bridegroom elect lathe Bridal .
CoupleTo I .a k Jt :
n .
gagement of their daughter, grandson of the late Mr. r "
Miss Valma Rita Goguen, to and Mrs. W. G. Boltin Sr. honor Miss Huel Kuen ,
John Clarence Boltln, son of and a nephew of Miss Thel- Yin?, formerly of Formosa, ,.-' ... 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert HBoltln ma A. Boltln and Mr. and and Geoge Kung, formerly of 1rt.j "' re i
also of Dade City. Mrs. W. G. Boltln Jr, 0 f Hong Kong, whose engage THE FAVORITI TOt ,.
Gainesville. ment was announced duringthe IN TOWN
Miss Goguen, a native e f evening, a party was giv- MEET FOR NOON ,:
l Massachusetts, was graduated lie was graduated fro m en by Mr. and Mrs. John C. 706 W.LUNCH UNIVER. AVI
r in 1963 from Pasco High Pasco HIgh School In 1962, C. Sung, Route Three, Wed
School, where she was a where he was a member o f nesday evening.Seasonal "' ry
cheerleader, a member of the Key Club and played football, flowers decked the
;
Future Teachers of America basketball, and baseball. He party rooms and were usedto Christmas isn't over yet
and Beta Club and was chosen plans to attend the University center the serving table.

I' as Girls' State representa of Florida.HenningerCooper. the About affianced 30 close couple friends called of ;t4for the thousands

during the evening.
11 11 t who have accounts, "V: '


\ ST. PETERSBURG Mr. The bride elect was grad- AFTER CHRISTMAS u'0v here. j.I .

and Mrs. H H Henninger of uated from Boca Clega High h I,3. ;
I St. Petersburg have announced School of St. Petersburg and .....:-
the engagement aid approaching Is attending St Petersburg
marriage of their Junior College. She Is a 0"
i daughter! Miss! Sharon L Ann member! of LIIL. Social SALEOF
licnnmgcr, to jay l"nOmaSIUO.; !

Cooper, son of Mr. pnd The bridegroom elect < o rv .
I Mrs. Thomas Jay Cooper of Sv
from P. K.
was graduated
Gainesville. ,
High school, where he
II I Yonge ,, t'1It's
The nuptials will be solemnized was a member of Key Club. w r
Saturday at 7:30: He attended St. Petersburg If.- DRESSES V
I p.m. in St. Luke's Methodist Junior College and the Uni "i"t
of Florida.
Church of St. Pl.trrsburOmlty ,
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MAX'',.FACTOR, 1/2 PRICE SALE

Nlcht time beauty trt.tmenUA balanced blend if t MwHtante AND COTTONS .,, '.',
moisturizers and Hormone Rich, cmmy, llajrt Hell* your "I
Mil look younger ew dreamed.' Rug IS new tfi.SQ .
thane xday', y er ai'
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; Purvis-Quincey
Pinning CeremonyMajor v
\. t..4 Parents: Save AlieadI\

Gene T. Sherron son t I
3i i of Mr and Mrs. L r.. She 1 For parents with sons or plan. ed out In a handy booklet I'; I
ron of Hollywood, Fla., recently daughters heading for college
On two, three and four offered by The Tuition Plan I
was promoted to the next September, here's a year plans, the insurance feature of New Hampshire, Inc.
rank of major at Fort Ama timely New Year'j
resolu- provides funds for t he The booklet Includes a post
dor, Canal Zone, where he is tion:
balance of the student's edu- age free application form
to be stationed for two years. Resolved, to get a running cation in the event the parent and a college cost work
During special ceremonies t start on expenses by taking sheet. Write to The Tuition
Major Sherron'i wife, t I so r" out a contract to pay college dies.Details
on the "pay a.- Plan of New Hampshire Inc.,
former Miss Elaine Smy s or, tuition and other fees on an
you. learn" program for IS A School Street, Concord,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. insured monthly Installment
college educations are spell N.H.
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vllle, performed the pinning e
ceremony of the gold oak leaf
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denoting his new rank. :
Major Sherron, serving as ''- Backer

headquarters secretary of,the U.general S. A r staff my L A :'kRyti & Turnipseed

Forces Southern Command,
has been in the service since

1954.Holiday '4 .ds.. YEAR END SALE OCALA, FLA.



Major Gene T. Micrroo and Mrs. Mierron Free Delivery Convenient Terms


EventsMONDAY I r


December 28
.ale
Post Christmas Dance,
8 p.m. until lam. Jack '
May, Fred Stock, Charles :
Pruitt Jr.. William B. Wat- I :
Sale Starts
son III, Ernest W. Burch Jr., Monday 4
Lance Lazonby Jr., George
C. Kirkpatrick Jr. and Capt. Winter SKIRTS & SWEATERS' /-o
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Mrs. Emmli Lennls Purvis III Frank Yon, Fort Knox, Ky.,
Gainesville Golf and Country

TRENTON The marri- Burton, Keystone Heights; Club. DRESSES & SUITS

ge of Miss Lynda Dianne Mrs. Walter Moore, Blounts- Gainesville Bridge Club,
uincey and Emmis Lennis town, Mrs. Morris Steward, 7:30 p.m., City Recreation
urvls III was solemniz e december Pattie, Maureen and Spud of TUESDAY December Zl
12 at the Pine Valdosta, Ga.; Women of the First Presbyterian 5

rove Baptist Church of Tren- | Also, Mrs. Estey White- Church, Council Meeting If OFF
lon, with Rev. Hayes Davis, hurst, Mrs. Laurine Moore 10 a.m., Church Parlors ,
[pastor, officiating for the double and Tina, Mrs. Carson Taylor WEDNESDAY December 30 1

ring ceremony.The Miss Janice Taylor, Mr Gainesville; Bridge Club, WinterHATS

bride is the daughter and Mrs. Guy Purvis, Mr. 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. .;; 20% off H
and Mrs. Tarrell uG30
Jul) Mrs. Loy D. Qulncey and Purvis p.m., Holiday Innm I sTeen :
the late Mr. Qulncey. The and Cindy, Mr. and Mr a. Dance for Junior age,
bridegroom is the son of Mr. L. N. Knowles, Leonard children of Gainesville G off CI
land Mrs. E. L. Purvis Jr. Knowles Jr., Mr. and Mrs. and Country Club members,
Harold Roundtree and Vickie 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., Mr. and
Nuptial music was provided Lynn, all of Adel, Ca.; Mrs. Ned Scott and Mr. and All Karastan

by Mrs. Carver Hutchinson For her wedding trip, the Mrs. Bruce Courtney, hosts. i
organist, and Mrs. Car bride wore a peacock blue, THURSDAY, December SI Oriental STORE HOURS
olyn Wilson, soloist. wool suit with winter white Gainesville Golf and Coun- Rugs
of accessories and a white or- try Club annual New Year's
Miss Carolyn Qulncey /2 PRICE
Fort Lauderdale, cousin of chid corsage Eve dinner.dance, dinner In Stock. Open Friday
the bride, served as maid of The couple will spend the served from 7 until 1pm.and .
holidays with their families dancing from 8
honor. She wore a floor- p.m. until Nitcs 'Til 8:30
then fly to Fontalnbleau I I 1
a.m.
:
satin length and sheath a of matching Willow green pill France, where Mr. Purvis Is Open House L p.m. until m A'N: I ER S Choose from Sarouk MondaySaturday
stationed with NATO. They midnight, Mr. and Mrs. A h
box.Miss will spend two years in thur Hallam 14M NE 31st 7 West University Av nuPagan's I

Kay Read Miss Ca- ,.France.:_ _. ____ Avenue & Kirman Pattern
thy Quincey of Trenton, and -- ------------

Miss Patty Stuart of Gainesville .1 9:00 5:30
were bridesmaids I .
They wore gold satin dresses

carried and matching cascade pillboxes.bouquets All of Clearance SaleSTARTS ON SALE AT ON SALE AT

yellow and. bronze chrysanthemums 12th & Pine Store 12th & Pine Store

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Sister Flower Girl '
MONDAY DEC. 28th '
H." Ckilr, lee.iil.l .' w.
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Flower girl Miss S a ndra DREXEL & HERITAGE : : : 11900
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kn* r.klI-w. 1I4 5 MDMM
the bride- ON FAMOUS NAME SHOES '
Purvis, sister of BEDROOM ) M.4... Chile, .$.... -*.. 9900
groom wore a white peau i I'' Polijxio Kittens ||*.00_ sw .. .
'. de crepe frock and carried a 001115 T,. ItI..1 C"' ....
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80" k
white and gold basket filled Barefoot Originals Ctppetto $ Tripl' D,_.. Mifw> Ck.t* .r ... I It.00 ..* 11900
with gold petals. i ..4 Kiss Sit. MwdkMtd ".! 39900 Dr... MW.. Ckl-."4 ltewN
Roberts, son Sandier Old Maine Trotters 9 174.00 MW print civic ... I It."I MW 11900
Master and Jimmy Mrs. S. 0 Rob- SO" ........ fr*>,*..,Wln.. Dm* Dr.." T'. .,...t Chile t...w
of LU ... 11900
ring bearer. The Mf ..d. Mlrraf 22* 00 5900 MM/ iF" ... 170.50-saw
erts, was
MW
to the ; .. ViI. .. D..III.).. Chile. mtitn- 9900
ring pillow, a gift C 4" lies k Pr*"lit l l DfM
bride when she was a child Mr aid MI,... ... 212.00 IRQ0MW w. 12100 sew .. e. ,.i,
maternal grandmother Valucs . ... ** Nlf .! Dt...l CM'**.Hue sense. 9900
from her W. E. Adams, t0 .......k '_1..1' M.....'*( Chas. 1290.wed..._... I It.00 MW
Mrs. Mrs. ... 110.00 MW .. ..,. OftMl NI.I..k. MIt4... Chit 11900
was made by her aunt, $1300 ; muse. Pf*.,lMll, M....,..| Twin' CQOO kin, ..*.> ... "*.00 MWDnil
Gerald; E. Horne. i / I.*. -. ... 10.00-sw. 3' ts.1.N to f,... ... 29900
bride was given In H.*... 1i..1oIt 0-., 1s.wI.h" ....'0 sw .M .
The
her brother, $7 / Trlpl" D,...... wrtfc Twin Mln**, Dr...l Wilm fr."'. 6diw-Il.e
marriage by i o Uff Cho. iMKtlM j )M.4kMr4 17900
69500 ...., ...
John Quince She wore a : 2**09 MW ..
io oo
.a sw ?
gown of peau de crepe and H..It.,. '_.'** fif..* e...._. Drill e......,." U-e'*.. 26900
Brussells lace. The ,.,." Trlfl, DntMf M."... Lire. did ,,1'" ".. 11.00 PW,
imported also trim- M..... c..... Kit* Hi. N......,* 67 900 Dr..., e..._,.." Decked 1.1e _
chapel train was ... .. .. 24900
'U.GO MWI ..14 scud' .saw i I7)00 Mw
med in lace. Her bouquetwas VaIUCi t0 H....... M.4..Isd. ".'1.. Ia.is, .,.
made of yellow and DmkU' DmMf, Mlwf. Ck.... 54900
bronze chrysanthemums In ,.... iw. ...71'-00 MMtritM '
; Odds & Ends
Found In
a cascade design. She worea 1100 Md..i.Nha.' .. rwrhMl-:
silver and diamond cross, $15 .I Tripta DfMMf, Mlnw, CkMt. 64900
r.Mi 14 *.. til oo Warehouse
a gift from te: bridegroom. n.rH... T,....... iCfv >....>.<.,

E. L. Purvis served his son *. Tl..l* BfMMf. 1ItI._. fi.... *O7QOO! I Dr..., Iegw "..... "....,...'-, 29"
14 IM 00 MW
as best man. Ushers were G/Iail' ... I)00 MW .,
Gerald E. Horne, Harry Pur- ValuCt t0l SHOAL/ 20*; OFF FOR JANUARY I Dml Mtf M.M. f.nw-".. 59"
vis and Tommy Qulncey. / SALE riRIOD ONLY. ALL DREXEL "*.00 MW to.

I cinnamon ; DECLARATION IIOROOM DRESSERS, I Of...l r Mb rmlMUl ...'.. 59"
Mrs. Qulncey wore a 2000
CHIST, IIOS. NIOHTSTANDS, -.11100-.w .. ,.
chiffon with bone accessories CHINAS. BUFFET TALUS SlaV US I 0..... 'raMk Pt......., DmMT
and a corsage of DINING ROOM CHAIRS. 1_ 170 00 MW ,. 59"AND
orchids and M r .. Purvis I.,....l Nt... fr*...lMUI' Or.MI 69"
wore a fern green crepe, DREXEL ODD PIECES .M.-.I.U -_ .,

with lace over blouse, bone $11 Geis Te.H* 0..... D IIM D........... ,...-

corsage.accessories, and an orchid _N"ii.o... D"k TidwINe..,....__ :. 19900 -< -W.t". T.kl.. .-.. ..... 1200).. 59"

Fellows 27.,..*..00,/ s..H.- MWVM ...._to,.,." 14900 10.4 w...... is.d DHN.. T.. ... 39"
Reception ONE 204.00DREXEL ... It 00 MW .. .
0711 I D....l r_It PrsaisaiiI. '_4 "
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Following the ceremony GROUP
.- VOIUCS t0 '' & HERITAGE DJeI..T.-"oo- MW
reception was given by the '' .....
MEN'S I 044 IM a.e1500 LIt.lM w. *'*''
bride's mother and Mr and ;1700 SOFAS & CHAIRS Tiki* MWI 29f5N.rNe.
Mrs. Gerald E. Home, In the FLORSHEIM ... .
O..d I"lfvM Dmkl fw *
reception hall of the church. T..dii+.../ ,.... 0..4 Mi* Hi.4 ... II.00 19"
The bride book was kept w.... ...k CawwsZo90011900 . ..
by Miss Marsha Perry of N- a Dr.'" .......,. ....... w.....
Gainesville.The: Dir./ T........ ,.... Wl.. leek 11QOO T.... _. 5,0 00-saw 4500
overlaidwith 1 $17 e.... IIt'O saw I ...... r..skw..1./ ..) MM4.
tablet
cloths of were white satin. D.T..debs.a ,.... Wiftt.... 11900 ..... ...,_ .*. !* 04 _MW 15W
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CMif M 171.50-- ..
corned trimmed in gold with nylon gold net and rib .,...., rw..n ,........, r2t ..... 11900 v..17.00Chw 11M. MIt4oo. Ne.dl ..d.s0y. ... 15MLwkMf4f

VALUES TO *.59 .i J .,...., Ls.h ,_....If .....
take was
:n. The weddin .,..... T da..l GoI4 T" c.... 11900 V Mi Ti. b""MW 2000
(.aced at one ewe J the table -'a. 11'0 -.w _II. .
a silver eandelb r e III ---t c.- 15900 I e..w.I Nd 0..1 e..i., a....
holding yellow roses sad Group e17100 =. Ckwrt-.fw. .*l;00-MWM. 1000

green tapen la tr* center Iw .I ... ../ 1 k Clue" 1 .M Merle C.d.1 T.I4-...
and the wlver punch servicewas _kkj :! .:|tt.OOM.. 11900 ,1.16 ..w 2700
placed at the other end. HANDBAGS NO EXCHANGES NO REFUNDS3OFF

Assisting with the 1 hocptUl-
Wes were Mrs. L. N. bow
ks, Mn. Murray toad Mrs.

Cart QuJacey. Mn. Tom / PAGAN'SCENTRAL Blocker & TurnipseedInteriors
P. Qutocey. Mrs. Bract Bras, :
Mrs. Haute Perry, and Mrs. :
Gerald E. Hortn.
Among the out of tows & Carpets

the wed- .
rests attending
I J. Ed Blocker Pres. Oca la Fla.
Quiet.cry
tog were Mils Carojta f 102 UNIVERSITY AVL ,
Fort Lauderdale; Mr. V
and Mn., Clarence Hatcheoa *- I f : CHARGE Free PerkIe9 011 lit F.4.rtl Lot E. L. Blocker, Mgr.

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Around The World 11/i t \HOLLYWOOD ?

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, JANUARY
rl _
j THE OCCASIONWE -
SPECIAL!

HAVE THE GOWN j BIG SAVINGS

FOR IT I '' -I ON WHIRlPOOl'lREGULARLY !

, -r \
2.50SPECIAL
K
r r 1.99
/ ra
, \ Start the year with a fresh supply of
, I Whirlpool bras,and savel Whirlpool,with

) D.Acetots' s B. its precision-controlled rows cf stitching,
I II 4 Sohn shapes you to a fashionable high,rounded
I 5.00 ,,,, ttrssx -N A' r look.This fine cotton broadcloth bra has
n
thin crescent boosters In the cups for
x
;1 1 1t exceptional lift and separation.
1I I >r r Style 0050 A 32-36,BC 32-33.
l 4"i A.Whit.'
ra Gold
J'' Ire ,MA Braod.
J NOW!


I / f I ; 'j 'iI\\) B.Falll.' HOLLYWOOD AT

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4 ( CocktaIl
I i o o Dross COMFORT; CONTROLAND 7-
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: f Lights and decorations used around the world ( ; 17.99
I fc made the capital cities sparkle thin Yuletide. \ SAVINGS TOO!
I Pictured above is the scene at Picadilly Circus in js Lit Ld
I London, where lighted reindeer compete with the STAY THERE KNIT IT'S
neon advertisements. 1'icadilly, one of the English t
capital' most popular shopping thoroughfares always L C.
attracts shoppers and fun-seekere in large PANTIE GIRDLEThe )\Hll.LYWOODy
numbers. \
", / Shown below Is Tokyo, where candy canes several &. : / f one and only Stay V64Glk
:j I stories high decorate the main lobby of one of the > There knit, at a January.
', big department stores. The Asian nation has adopt.
ed Christmas as one of its many gift-glving holidays. C. Severol' only price!Stay There controls
i Styles of your curves In comfort -
,,> Chiffoes
; Over It's the open, porous
",.; ,d a ,.* faffeto knit with an easy stretch YEAR
\ ) & ::4 15.99cs5 that holds you In, but
y \r x 0.T1 A never holds you back!Per. SAVING ON
)c ,, t +:- feet under active sportswear .
; t;. ,leg-pantfe S.6,s-m-I, THEIR MOST
y"atr, yeti 1 a special value at 4.59.!
POPULARNUMBERS
I *4O.O t ':*! REGULARLY 5.95

S : NOW ONLY -

FOR A LIMITED
" 4.59NOT
TIME ONLY!
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t .EVENING AND NOT SHOWN: NOT SHOWN

EXTRA LONG LEG"STAYTH STYLE S-2 HV
l'l'I j "AFTER FIVE"DRESSES ;' SPORTS BRIEF.
I t kiSar ERE' OPEN POROUS
f SHOWN: EXTRA POROUS KNIT1"PANTY \J r, KNITTHAT FIRMS
( FOR LONG-LEG PANTY GIRDLE YOU IN COMFORT

} MISSES AND JUNIORSSIZES5TO13&6T018 SPANDEX GIRDLE L-428 SATIN.REG.OF 7.95, REGULARLY 3.50SPECIAL

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2.79
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REG. 10.95 SPECIAL 5.99
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r S-M-L, WHITEFoundations
+ rM1t 14.99 to 69.99 SPECIAL 8.99 S-M-L, WHITE
y
1 M1t 1( t 'SIMILAR BUT NOT EXACTLY! LIKE ILLUSTRATION
NOT SHOWN: PANTY GIRDLE L.28
2 Evening Dresses-2ND FLOOR NON ROLL TOP BAND. SPANDEX FRONT PANEL
"' REG. 7.95. 5.99 2ND FLOOR

:

: 'Once a-Year Quality Deodorant Sale! Half price sale WILSON'S WILL BE OPEN 9 'TIL 9 MONDAY,

TUESDAY THROUGH THURSDAY (NEW YEAR'S EVE

SNOW 1/2 PRICE 9 'TIL 6. CLOSED FRIDAY, JANUARY 1st.

i. on Boine.Bells'Refresher


j IDESERT ,
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A. : FL OWER1& Course"for

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I r"8tntaperspirant DEODORANTS ';; SALEOUR I
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Poll-On
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fim 'iJ FAMOUS
BRAND LADIES
I SHOES
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ti firsred"ttunionlr.the'.6nesfiectiwl lighilytcentcfJ ; p9J&l't'
Wof aat're'yours to Hock ip it this big M In|.VoniHiJioor CARMEllETES Were 16.99 to 22.99,
1'4
{ dfodorint pralcrtlM nd end-perspirsnt.ctioeitbout 30 PARAMOUNT NOW 90
clothing stale danige.The Roll-On dries Uutinlly.Ji ,
*ti im melit quIcM Into the iVin.Both are deoJounta J
aein trust,M they are made Jjr SAnlioii. JOYCE
RED CROSS Were 12.99 to 15.99, 9.90

San three dollars ... ,. JACQUELINE NOW
u .. ,
'....... ... -
on thIs handy j ,
I '.'CREAM DEOOOHANWa 'L;& .:
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CALIF.
d coat 6.00 ...... %
COBBLERS Were 9.99
ODI SMARTAIRE toNOWT 7.90

'sN
'
I Plus b Hormone tiO/t 6300 fretuocy

t. KM 30 Homon Cress 250 ,. / GENUINE ALLI.'
: FREE PARKING AT YOUR FAVORITE STORE "- "TAlC.tQV"I Were 22.99 .-. :. LIZARDNOW 16.90
Don't kt your lace tell I/me Plus 30 Cram
", ,'; at night..Ptui 30 lotion at M Ideal m. f'up but

&: I I |[GRESHAM DRUGS t'l dol!. Here'j lull months supply cl youth-
I fMrg. estroftta.You'll find they absorb qutckty LADIES LOAFERS
VOW DOWNTOWN UGGITT STORIU
r, to help' nourish rod lubricate dry skin. { Reg. 6.99 & 7.99 ..-. NOW 5.90
the way skin cells are revitalized helps bring 2 Pr. 11.00
W. UNIV. A VI. FR 2-2SSI -.:>
a fresher, more youthful appearance. Bonne Belt 'jt Red, Navy, Brown end Black
Plus X Cream and lotion /w\e been the choice r.' ,
: 13th PHARMACY <"'Ultf',"oIlin'omen for over 20 ytJf

JTmrr FLOOR ladies STREET FLOO.8C '
Shoes
r CORNER N.W. Hrk ST. AND N.W. 16th AVE. Cosmetics Shop

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-- == ..-- =::.== ,. AUTOMOTIVE REAL ESTATE BOB HATTON COLUMN DOROTHY DRAPER EASY BUILD .. ._iggaii _.. .. _= :. ._ .- ._, v IK







This Family Doesn Like Living in Little Boxes









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By PHIL GEYER over a working counter in the rooms which would appear average
kitchen give Mrs. Zabech full if walled off with small
U of F Student Journalist'Space
I view of the courtyard and living windows, feel and look large
for without the
living areas, while preparing because of the unrestricted
restrictions of a maze of boxy IIII
meals. Additional cabinets and space surrounding them.
enclosures, may be one description -
counter are along the
_ applicable to the space Another sensation experienced
back wall of the kitchen. Built.
home of Dr. and Mrs. F. Za- in appliances keep the clean because of the high celling
beeh, 507 S.W. 43rd Terrace.. lines predominant throughoutthe and standing partitions (not all
the way to the ceiling), is a :
Orientated around an Indoor house, : : '
complete orientation of the ; i4" : \
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courtyard, the home with Its house. '-- ,'
Although well lighted be- Everything Is where one """", '. "" "'QL'
clean lines, abundance of glass cause of the Interior glee 'feels It should be. There is no \ $ ) ..
and high ceilings gives a feelIng wall, privacy is maintained In feeling of being lost in a maze. "I' >:, :
I. of great space-the Indoors the bedroom wing through the ..,,.':r.... I' kr
,. outdoors Lighting Is no problem in .'. .
moves out and the in. use of louvered doors and red. .. "
this home because the
even on
Entrance to the house is wood Jalousies along the hall
dullest days the open courtyard \
through double doors opening facing the courtyard. floods the house with t'
directly into the courtyard. 1 c .
Each of the three bedroomshas light
Sliding glass doors create the Its own lavatory. The mas-
Interior walls of the livingdining ter bedroom has its own bath With the screen coveringover J

wing, the kitchen and the with a common bath for thechildren' the courtyard Florida living ,
sleeping wing. bedrooms. can be enjoyed to its full / -
est by the Zabeehs' by simply ,,elt' V kM1hx
A high ceiling and the glass The Zabech home, which was sliding back the glass doe r sand
wall In the living room is utilized opening the whole
designed by Harry Merritt, assistant up
to Increase the feeling of house.
great space and freedom, professor of architectureat
which would normally be lost the University of Florida, reflects Not everyone needs or wantsa ,
in the restriction of hallways, Merrltt's philosophy that home designed by an architect
partitions and small windows. the home should be designedto but for the Individual who 4 xCIASID
A standing fireplace separatesthe reflect the living habits and wants to live in an environ-

living room from the study, personality of Its occupants ment that reflects his personality -

providing seclusion without exclusion This, he says, is the truth of and philosophy of living,

. from the family. the function of a home. Gainesville has the landscapeand ..

Natural redwood cabin e t I One of the things observedIn caliber of architects to fill

suspended from the ceiling the Zabeeh residence it his need.




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COMPARE THIS NEW HOME !
An unusual combination of luxury and livtobillty
abound In tnit" modern horn. Thil loac out home
In the .heart of N W Go ntivill* takes In cut from Ovt 2 frO tquort ft. ..... nil In this new bam Three ....._ two Ml slid' bathl
_ the ancient Rorrunt Irvclowd In the faunla'l waif PLUS OfN PLUS FAMILY 1NING !ROOM PLUS JUNKtN rXOHIDA OOM ,
the houi li 3 natural garden and eats .. .4 (LEADING BUILDERS PLUS TWO TON AIR CONDITION PLUS BUILT-IN MM AND RANG .
covtrtd ovtr with, i plait bubble for Year round II. 14. SSe R,I,>. :," PLUS BLINDS AND TRAVHSI PLUS many wits ..,,... A rail .V"* at Wily
living The atrium It sins through gall sliding, t "" -5.' ; S $14.500 pay |wt $700 down and )4) per month 4110 11 141h T."...
> from all living eras of the nout*.Built-in, :
door heat and A/C. fit N.W.eth T. BUD ROBINSON, Builder

OPEN TODAY 1-' p.m.-Turn rial* ItASTr .ff 372 624
N.W. 14th Srrwt tt N.W. 21th ...".... 372-2984
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One of Coinenille.howploclI" OVERLOOKS 17th HOLE THE MONTEREY

IN IEAUTIFUL COUNTRY A/I *M ',' ,.... trtlon tf cur root[ fWur flw ,... Aulhtnt, tnfenlal Steel.
Ultra modtm arcttitrct deigned horn fatuonablt. fV.nhwstoconars. Hug ken CLUI ESTATES feturM uMd brick 1IIv" *,., f:'um Uud y eu.ll lt 4 a dlun built.M'fctXIwrikwg ( _
door living ono focutn on mouiv. natural stove and coral firtoloc. Ctntral ketches 6726 S.W. JJth W.y d>mng .'ro. Itug 11 ,14 foot living worn, four Udranmt, tH full tam. 14ttut
area te on* of moat modem In Gainmvillt, l ". large both* O'* btautifuHy .pcomtHThrt Country club, living at lea ,....... Thit new fvxn I* dcitmcd 14 bee sew on* ef Coin**. horn tdrteyl .
wry Iwga bedrooms fjctng en to prrvit earh eds. M ny shad tows W '% ,.11'. show plocn. Pour U*oom three ....... format dining roam Sparet fewWly
to Littltwood and Wntwood Khoolt. T.*nty tight ......1Oftd. Ttrmt .,'-'fIt'1110 mom. Ptortoai room alfonh panommlc you of airway f abulnM buI"'MI wad i barbw. J Court Manor
NW 34th Strwt L...."., team both. "uto<*'OC Ictmokir. 17,001 down and $l W fU _Ih. \ Highland'.
w. d..._ .., '_ .. '...., _....- .yet. -- itM awlm. club eommunlly
HUGH EDWARDS INC. j

Norwood Hope "H", Inc. if' Kirkpatrick & Pierson, Bldrs.-DoY.

1605 N.E. 15th Street 376-7971 /1211.a. 4th ....* PI ,.SJol..mt I I ,..... I72-I4JI


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Sneak Preview Today 1-5 p.m. FINE HOMES

Co or of OIl ... eufIIoIo f.3.4 ,Miss eeenm.wrsq cOwwoecww OIl IN bd..
Breb. Seed... BLWnt wswej As.q A. pr./wsiereei.=: fee r-::-, five Handy kiHjxn (laundry. pantry -arfc ..... Three k..( *... Wo"m| oil ..tIt IT'S HOUSE FIREPLACE TODAY WIATHIK%., f.M.hamrt .
a 'sew'ed Humfcar o-e of beck.-front-.. &lit colonial wed ndr. eetws e.eesf' January ....... c.... e.N tve. bond,... WIlt It... ..,.,.,. Mexico ks -- k400 1ICQIIICIf'CY' yw/ peril Trufy Cw- ems etc ive
-w11w ash. Psmb4 ......, .eew ..... ....... ,...,... fee.ll ....... SH c..... **" tub ,,,..... (eretwse w tO', Ew owd bean' ,.111"11'
T..a Mt *M N.W. ire A WM* M N.W.4W ......>i.>* MJ Tom M .t M.W. --. py. haM+ at 4401 NW, ITifl PV *. 1.ot.. "' '' Miry ..... -......... ..........
I Irk Pten. MIHIM is ....<.. -- w .... QrrN W eel OIl N.W. S1M Nrn H.W. 34..e SIoMt elf Sre do.iercl r...,..

BUTLER BROTHERS, Builders MACOMA HOMES Inc. F. D. OLIVER, Builder

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29 Cm.fTin. Sow Sunday. Otetm.., 27.iB 1K4I


I II. !'fil.l ( Brackets and Bric-a Brac Can Liven a Room


AJililu Dar a dm or le tile bordered la black M th,
I" will! bit
f i ff we were writing a bile ft* :!Itd wrought ha brackets aremart colorful lower half of the walls. Th.

r ';this: cofama w. eauldl all tt DOROTHY to bang your pierced fan!I!family rootA I'I floor to also peach tI1e. but a

4 ;"Brecketa and Brie frhrae tern ",r to bold your basket Cal 1 I whale! group ol sconces 'much yellower....There is ana

because ftat'i what vt'yi going boon. If' to toss a tat on.B' I Afferent sizes and design, tr !'I window with mirror b lower
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half instead of glass! (practical
:- to UK: about today. Bracket DRAPER I without their candle
t : the Etffie brie a-brae iar tor children) but: difficult to ear.
:,:may seem pretty Bainspiricg to wound a buM Oat gives tt .1 fpammmt would be another Idea: t.aILDear"

'JOB, fat when yw ice tar anI ,character all its two. A birdcage I fpo f : "ccZ7"" op a w&1I VJJt.
Mrs
;h. !I different kinds of brackets can]1 lamps but there are many good\ painted a gaud color and| So. donl forget -bracket
aeeessoriz a nan 7011 aay''reproductions today that 11I.I11,filled I web a couple of pots of and brie .a -tne"1JfJm you're What an unusual window err
(change your mind. I be painted while black pen,:draping try would break 09 the I looking for a decorative: warm raigement'! Paint the c;'pet
or eves siher k> create a aewjwafl cold wall took) b the din i a g for winter waOs snow white and cotta i
'I) Try a table bracket type eta effect ruB or kitciieiB. BO the window la a snow-white! Ue
ef doable !brackets
et for a I
back. (The children will sU tx
[wan to held a lamp and a plant I Ornamental brackets to held I A button ceCectiott sewed to able to see (he mirror. I'u
[on tacit. tr ase tt with teprints. ,up bock; shelves, a coDed I.a I a piece ef vivid felt may seem vrJ.R. lib: black towels for empha-
( Tie aid brackets were ,shelf ",r a iliac balk lid add like just brie.-brae to son,, "Wlat can be done with my some.
... .! .(meant to hold two kerosene decorative fast and fancy but tt makes an taterestmg and,bathroom* It bas peach ceranv: sis.Happiness
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I Walk to Schools Q

Communtiy Playground ,
.4r40Qa HO0=.ilAI!. Pork
Club & City
."g4T'fLOo.rUN.CLYnlll.4l.L Near Boys 4 ,
is a 2 Minute to Shopping Center

CtUnUl it mJlttouJ h ',.llA f fcl ..//wi.u, s..te.p.Lq lit jtmmsJa" 4 Bedroom Home In 15 Minutes to G. E. Plant X00o
JTfOTlbr Uitmtniltu imnto, test UtUtf i .,.......... HIGHLAND COURT MANOR
llukn tn4 Noisy ;-,*t MMMiilwM r luttt ,.. M*M .Mr .W (HUM!4tetef n>.. ttmfUu Ae.asua6...,..,k1.s.Me frt *"*... FREE
Li*!*ftn* 1114371* It Jiff I.,.*.""M *. hoes :-_'16*". !*. t....i llftt. / Memb r hip Oa
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By AMT LANG Some boss designs are created families 1Dcn.a.... They know 4 BEDROOM 2 PATH Q

AI' KewsteatoaHorns so that Iii complete physical that a house designed be Oex- 0
builders! and architects addition to the residence Is tore may cost them less m the!

art aware that flexibility( is becoming necessary, it can be easily long run because it won't cost '
one of the key words in blended Into the over all styling. as much to make later altera 1,494 0A

the housing Industry these days tions.It Sq. Fr. \\\V
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More and more persons are Sometimes this adds to the ie surprising what a wide Aueh.wtts

looking for houses which can be cost of the house sometimes It variety of opinions there arc lowi./ KITCrOS WITH CARE /

adapted to the changing needs d em'L More often tt does and among experts la he hoist ng DettjaLarft J FREE CONVENIENCE 1 Ca
of their growing families. there art some authorities who field and the behavorial sciences CoMtry Kitchen

Aa expandable house once contend this isn't good since It on Oils and other matters Dm in) Ko.m FEATURE SPARKLING O

meant a residence with either keeps out of the homebuying affecting the sizes and designs 2 Luxury l thsJl OOZOO 73 df:

an auk or a basement or both market many -persons who, of bouses. For instance, at a 7,500 $100 DOWN VA l
that could be converted into firing aren't sure they can afford to housing conference to Topeka 10 LOW FHA TERMS OVENS AND TOPS BY 0

quarters at a later date. It pay for the flexibility features Kan., in 13M: one psychologist 1
has come to have a much wider These persons may not actually wondered whether It would be Qo / ; TBPp.94JIrn

meaning today Families especially think of It In Just that way; technically practical to build Oar kitch.M ir* Ide nbflnlly Q
young families expect they Just feel that the houses mobile units to be added or (lo..r.d far
j to find a den a family room cost too much." The other side subtracted: to homes as space .fidncr.MicbUhtln 4 a!
a porch a patio or some other of the coin is that many per needs changed And two of those Mdl ww it tile ftunninfTippca
s button and
which be perfectly wining to James C. chairman OTa
"extra" area can sons art present Downs main snit Yoall opo
transformed Into a bedroom pay a little more for Muses of the Real Estate Research ._t 4 ptKUt
I when the eccaslon demands. they can hang on to when their Corporation of Chicago! "'- ..nutumwixd Q
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I and James T Le idrum, dean
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lotarci net CtokiBfHighland
I N of the University of Florida!
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Home BuildersHold school of architecture, predictedthat 99O

traditional -mllJ I
III houses eventually will disappear
aa the population increases and
I I
InstallationMembers wed located land becomes

scarcer. I
But don worry too much
Court
I Manor
and wit. s of the Tucker directors Harold Wall about It. They think It wont o -

Gainesville Association of HomeBuilders er was appointed state director happen for 200 years or so. 0

I held their Third Annual I and Woodrow Fletcher national 0 THE NEW PRESTIGE ADDRESS IN THE NORTHEAST
Installation of Officers Thursday director.
night at the Holiday Inn. I (Thirty five questions on 0
by KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON Bldrs.
Ray Enklne. executive *fflcer home repairs and housing are ,
I
: Clark Butler Gainesville l
of the Florida Associatton answered to Andy Lang booklet .' .
j home Installed and apartment as president builder for!of Home Builders, commended I I ""Here The Answer" You Office at N.E. 23rd Blvd. & 11th Ter.

I was the Gainesville chapter for its can get It by sending 23 cents i
I 1M I vigorous work to promoting pro and a long stamped self addressed 3723471OMELOANS
Other officers Installed by A. resslonalisro to home building. envelope to Know-How.

W.the Fletcher National area vice presidentof I Christmas skits and a dancefeaturing P, 0 Bw 151, Jamaica, N. Y.,
11m) I I
Association 0 f the Musicmen foTlow -
Home Builders ed th. i meeting.
'
were: Phil

Emmer vice Soviets Try : S
president; Paul

Me Klal. ,.
secretary treas. CapitalisticExperiment

uteri: GeraldMcCoy

Bill (
Rldgway, JimBlU.
my Wemel- I, MOSCOW (API The Inlet
durf Fred Mason N e r wood Lnlon bat decided to extend Us
Hope Carl The Losen. Connie
experiments with the C2JIlaIlat-

style profit motive to heavy Industry

Corn PlantingUp and mining. FHA OR VA $8,000 to $30,000


in Florida The government reported Friday newipaperhvestla that 30 to 35 years to pay '

ORLANDO (AP) Florida four enterprises In the CkralnJ.!

farmers have planted HIM an city of Lvov will begin suchan
acres of sweet corn a gain of experiment on Jan 1. Three SMALLER REAL ESTATE CONSOLIDATION
11 cent over the 1JM-M season .
per, while celery. acreage also are plants producing coal-load LOANS 2 te S YEARS TO RECOVER FROMCHRISTMAS

will be up. log machines, television sets

The Florida Crop and Live and textiles and one Is a coal AUTOMOBILE

stock Reporting Service said mine.
was IS.TO HOME IMPROVEMENT
sweet corn acreage
Two textile plants In Moscow FOt THAT NEW CAt
last season In the Everglades,
Pompano, Dade and Fort Myers and Corky were given such a OR SECOND CAR LOANS TO MODERNIZE
YOUR
areas. tryout earlier this year. Later PRESENT HOME

Celery acreage In the 1M445! the system went Into effect In
will total '.18$ acres in
season o.rrt
about a third of the light in-
the Everglades, Sarasota, Sanford -
Ovledo and Zellwood areas dustrial plants producing consumer .

the service aald.lluilling. goods.



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Sunday, December 27. 19(4 Gainesville Sun 3d!


A Realtor's Yule DreamA Workbench, Tool I



lit a OF REALTOR'S THE NIGHT DREAM But a miniature sleigh an d His eyes how they twinkled a ventional loan? Storage SpaceIt's
BEFORE CHRISTMAS eight tiny reindeer, his dimples, how merryl! But a wink of his eye ant
orf f By Paul F. Kneeland, With a little old driver, si) "Architectural design means a twist of his head '-" ..
r Real Estate Editor, lively and quick, little to me; Soon gave me to know I wit easy to build this sturdy. Through aii ingenious design,
The Boston Globe I I knew in a moment; I 't More important today that a had nothing to dread. w 1 combination workbench and a vise almost four eel long
'Twas the must be St. Nick. new house should bed He reached into his sack i a ,
night before Christ- nc J a tool storage unit Since It takes runs across en t1 l r, front o!
mas at the As I drew in head, I Close to and as quick ajlash
new model house, my expressways as
little floor It Is Ideally bench This accommodates big
Now a creature was turning around churches and schools Said: "What Is your price space
r.r was stirring, All I ask Is jl suited for boy's room, basementor panels of plywood or extra bag
r.s nor even a mouse Good old St. Nicholas cam.' you follow these I I'll pay you In cash.
r.t "For Sale" signs were strung in with a bound. rules." He signed all the papers, 1 I garage. Besides providing a lengths ot lumber. The slotted
on the large lawn with care "As you know," he began, Such a simple request took thanked him and then wonderful place to use tools, the top, another novel) feature, per
In hopes that Home buyersoon "I live north of Nome; me quite by surprise As we walked to the door 1 big storage compartments and mils wedging panelboard o r
t would be there. But the fashion today is a I And It prompted me quickly noticed that whenI j-j. umber In position verticallywhen :
r The Realtors were nestled second new home. to rub both my eyes; opened it wide, he made ( sawing or planing.
all In their For in all the past monthsof not a move;
snug beds We've been thinking abo II 1 Send 50 cents for Foldaway
summer and faa It dawned perforated too 1 r a C k permit
While visions of .. on me quickly -
zoning laws
buying for ourselveThat's Workbench
a place s- Pattern No. 578 to
I had shown this fine house I storing tools within reach.
not In the easy
danced In their heads. was grove.
the Misses and me'' the Gainesville Sun, P. 0. Bot:
'to all who did call.
men out on the lawn, there and all the elves. He was laughing so hard that Full size pattern and 11 1 m. : IS, Brlarchff Manor New
rose such a clatterI I quickly assured him; fora Clients peeked and they poked his face became red. pi 1 l1ll1 I d step-by-step directions York Send 50 cents additional
sprang from my family man of such fame the walls they did pound But the happy home buyer take all the mystery out for new catalog illustrating MOther
room, to see what was the "Ranches, Colonials all And with endless complaints! then finally said:
tiptop of building this versatile workshop build It yourself projects
matter.To the air did abound: t "Doors are for people, not
in shape. With the addition of an- and home Improvement books
the big picture window I I We had many fine models Are you sure the" celler will ,Jolly St. Nick; other panel of plywood it can
flew like a flash, and called them by name keep nice and dry? Take me to your fireplace be used as a sewing table, train-
Tore open the blinds, and Or perhaps my dear sir, "Your cathedral l ceiling" almost 1- living room quick! WJI F board, potting bench or for almost ElectricalHOME
threw up the sash. you'd rather a Cape?" touches the sky. I pointed the way and followed ) any other hobby need By
Only nine of 10 closets
When, what to my wonderingeyes His cheeks were like roses, him in fastening workbench top In a
should ."Can't afford it a pityt" As he made for the hearth,I HEATINGFOR
appear his nose like a cherry! I lower position, the workbenchcan i
"We need two full baths. he turned with a grin. I AIL IlICTIICU NIIOS
be used children of
It's so far to the city. Then laying a finger aside of by R.ild.ntlal/ CommtnUIInduiftUI '
I Here's the AnswerBy I But St. Nick was so different his nose, every age. ,
; the sale was a honey .And giving a nod, up th e When not In use, this < ft CAll
Except for one item the chimney he rose wide by ( ft. high workshop C. P. Dressier
ANDY LANG use pumice powder with wafer old mortgage money. Did I hear him exclaim ere only requires six and one half Electrical Contractor
AP Newsfeatures On the matter of swinging a he went on his way: Inches of floor space When
or oil to obtain a satin fin- Phone FR 6-6193
home of his own "Merry Christmas to all open, you have work space furl]i 910 NW 4th St.
QUESTION have some ish on lacquer? Did he want FHA or a con and a sale every day." a dozen different uses ,
outdoor aluminum furniture I ----.
ANSWER I'll that CLA IPIIB DISPLAY
: answer
would like to paint A friendof
mine says he bought some with a true story. I one,
aluminum furniture a few watched two professional
years ago and that, when he wood finishers, working side
decided to paint it, the hard- side table
by on lacquer tops.
I ware dealer told him he first One was using water wit h
had to wash it with a phos- pumice. The other was usingoil.
phoric acid romp 0 u n d. My I Each was positive his mixture SNEAK
friend followed directions and PREVIEW
: was better, When the y
got a good result. Now he tells finished, I could see no differ
me I'should follow the sane ence between the results. Why
procedure. Is he correct? not do your own experimenting -
and form own opinIon -
ANSWER: Much of the alu- your
'
minum you buy has a coatingof
factory applied oil on it .
.to protect it against damage
during shipping. Before paint- (To get Andy Lang's detailed TODAY -1-5
ing, this oil must be removed, booklet, "Wood FinishingIn p.m.
and phosphoric acid does agood The Home," send 25 cents
Job of this. But aluminum and a long, stamped, self-addressed .
which has been out in envelope to K no w
the weather for any length of How, P.O. Box 954, Jamaica, R # 4i
time no longer has the oil NY. 11431. Also available, It e r Sii1tf t"d Yl
coating and needs no acid the same price, Is 'Pain t
Your House Inside and Out."
wB.>h. It is important, however -
that all dirt and grease 5e sure to specify which booklet .
be removed from aluminum you want.)
which has been exposed Newor
old, aluminum should be
given a coat of exterior primer I Ito
preferably sine chromate. I II
When it Is thoroughly dry, apply
the desired finish paint look for thisbutton

QUESTION: Is it better to is.


Japan Strikes y.. = '


Blow Against



GangstersTOKYO (AP) A police )

drive against crime launched In D ll
1964 has struck a severe blow a
Japan's gangster organizations.
Bunhel Hara, chief of metropolitan -
Tokyo police, said Saturday ._ wp6RA0
f -
,

However, organized crime It's yourguarantee
could not be expected to disappear -
In one year, he told a year- of chicken

end He news estimated conference.Japan's gangs t SO Butler Brothers Builders cordially invite

have a membership of 180,000.

dope They traffic control, prostitution such things and as Vyoircan taste you to visit Gainesville's wooded

extortion rackets Chief Hara the difference!
said 20,000 gangsters were ar- u ) UfESTWOOD
rested In the Tokyo area alone wonderland in the Northwest,
this year.
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HOME COLORS! A"tiqll.llrick front Lynn adjuttoble. kitchen cabinets
.. $15
Blower
Thermostat Controlled N.
All city services Vanity In baths

Special 10 1 % DOWN N' Fireplaces Family RoomtBreekfott Bart
Walk to schools
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Oil Drum % ,
f' 1
> White Terrazzo Floors
Wolk to 300 Club

and Stand 12 Months To Pay N, w. lb 'a, e.. ;4, I G. E. built-in oven fir range VA FHA Conventional! Term

55-gof steel MANY OTHER SIZES AND
drum STYLES OF FAMOUS BRAND MEMBER
Srurdy steel HEATERS TO CHOOSE FROM. '.
stond ] TOP NORTHWEST LOCATION! Just a short drive from Unix -
All necwsory "
f\btng ood We Sell a r..11 > '",": r.nity.nd Medical Center. Drive We it on Newberry Road turn 4Et

ttings CDn'ef'' CENTRAL M s 1' ; right at Millhopper/ cut-off watch for sign on right ot N.W. t

lnstallotlOn HEATING 1 3 ft. Place.

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Gainesville Sun Sunday, December 27, 1964


I" EMBOSSED HARDWOOD : WANTED CLASSIFICATIONINDEX: WANT-AD RATESPH.

1 378-1411

PRESENTS MANY FACESBy I forClassified NOWIS


j VIVIAN BROWNe One unique texture In a the family room. Other patterns HAVE YOU ANNOUNCEMENTS Only I

; Newsfeatures Writer striated design looks like closed are painted for usual effects I M MnwM<
I t.r. It DM** DEADLINES'ttTitrK'
.. The majority of inquiries louvers. Another has a four- in screens and room dividers. ANY OF THESE 1 ,... C taunt
about embossed hardwood ask triangle In square motif, for i Nnmllnd MrvkMf : ",11I10
il ; ,wbe(her it looks like real wood an interesting effect TiMl tnHrmit** anon.

w ien H Is used In the house.I One design resembles wickeror the Decorators cut-out filigree also gravitate patterns to of THINGS TO SELL? t r ,astir....... MottM.sar For:Ii 10 M..In sun. P"1II THE
Yes because most of these I woven cane. A variation offers am** CMM Cr
hardboards are real wood. a pattern of wider horIzontal hardboard. One Interior designer t .paws. T.Ot'" ,Ns.-1"
Some of the boards are tempered and vertical stripes. used these for closet doorsin They'll Bring You Extra Cash men' T. OwAUTOMOTIVE tMlnlmum. 14 4 11..1'AMILY'

for Use out of doors erIn The greatest use of these a bathroom, setting them in TIME

blgh-m lstur. Interior areas embossed boards are as accents i a pine frame. The filigree was RATES
I painted a charcoal color, the Rugs M AirMm ..,..*." ._
such as utility rooms. or in fun and utility I 71 Truck for MXn I 'Imanlan .......... lie 1100
These ''woods catch the look rooms, we're told. They are pine painted gold for a very Tucks W...iMSI I limrllen. .......... lie....".
and feel of woven burlap or reproduce particularly good where interesting usual look in a gold and Guns Trtctm t TDK ."".>. 4 ....".. art lint TO
charcoal colored bathroom. .......... lilt Unt
the appearance of effects are desired with St Truly' *""it l. II ImrtloM"

I travertine marble, down to the! out the penalty of delicate care Hardboard is easily handled Tools : N 14 "MotvcyclM" _1. Rnsln a wean Tntrf dtarM _",lid WMMMMWI
random pits and indentations as In children's rooms. by a do-it-yourselfer. The one lot.i II ntsa
U AulonwtllM tar M* .KMT _eM par lint
Plv.
characteristic; of marble. In! Some of the textured boardsare area most doityourselfersneed Boats SI Fonlgn" a Spwti CMtf wrrxd > mmbK el Intuit. GET
II many textures, the cost maybe used to cover existing surfaces assistance In is in selecting :, AvIM WMIIMEDUCATIONAL

less than another simulated of beat-up furniture. Clos the materials. Some Jobs Ep: 8 Point
product, as it offers advantages et and wardrobe doors of these look so professional, It is unbelievable Tents INM M I HUM wdiiwnr typO

i of wood. : materials can afford handsome to learn that the II SdMoii a ImtrudlMIt 12 point THAI

Designs are embossed by a effects. kitchen or living room was Books Mutle. Dwiclne airs M S llnM w iniry typO
press, permitting great varia- Interior designers find practical completely built by a bank 1 WwtwIliwlnictlMIMPLOYMINT
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tions. Llghfand shadow effects uses of embossed hard- clerk or milkman, Just from Plants ;,, 18 Point

are produced by shallow variations woods, such as a marble pat--studying plans and reading ... ",, II r...*.. HollO WwMII Sim. .. 4 llnM or Mry typO BETTER
_in. the surface of panels. tern used on a coffee table In books. Pianos ".j, Mil. H.lp WwM
M.IP-M.I., tr FdmW 24 Point
M S.IM, Snip WMMU

EXCLUSIVE IN GAINESVILLE AT TECH. TV Stoves if wit w.ntM PanW. Stmi M i llnM ortlniry typ. CAR!
Wart WwM MW
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Radios 36 PI.Sim.
I I FARMS LIVESTOCK .

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I linn trtlntry typO
Skates u
V Plod 4 fwtlllMrM IN
THIS LIvwtKk a Sw..ML
MAGNIFICENT ..: It .MK.plnf. Top MM Th. Oalnwvtll. lull will not b.
Trunks rnpontibi., tar nan stun on*
,.,. 4 SupplMII Incorrect Irnortlon nor will II
...... .... UVMlOCH W.1dfiNANCIAL to Dibit tar any trrar 'to adu.rtlen5nt -
a .rWOf ......, NORTH
Jewelry Mum IM ....! at "M wie. oc-
: MAGNAVOX ..,lid DY mo .Horn thO *
JtjteilatASTROSONIC vtrllMRitnl. N. MWMnMt. will
Bicycles M aualMw Opsrtunnlw. M DIM. on orreri Sal *l not
51 Marty Si Launa in.ttri.iy' oittct m. nut' itHi
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eontorm U ttx policy 1 1K*
all other achievements .
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i in the re-creation of sound!It Antiques. ,\$A. M MM.AiinqtM Par ">.

d5. T-uIni.. foil
t *NO TUBES-no other makes today-regardless of price-can rival tt Punt 011 a Woods

the electrifying performance of a Magnavox Imperial. Revolutionary Furniture 71 n Camp Sutt .. Hunt Matins. PMi inulp. Sell Fast

solid-state circuitry eliminates vacuum tubes and componcnt-damag- i I 71 Olllc. Iqulpimntn .
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log chassis heat, making this superlative instrument ten lima mart Livestock Mwlcil MwcliMdlH MARKETPLACE

Efficient than the tube sets it obsolete RIAL ISTATI FOR SALI

DiamondsFish SI Mobil. Homw lot Silt with
N Lot. or fail.
14 Wittrlront Prop.rty
Poles II H...... lot ",.
M COIt_ Sir sail
a, Hal lull SiclungrtM Personto
Used Cars
RM| Sil.l., blunted
It Out III Town Property FOR
Auto TiresAquariums 41. 'uII_. ......,..
Ifgr t i
4) a..,ld ill.l .Incon
41 para Acreage
41 Color*! Proptrty ,SiM

RENTALS NEW

Row Boats all Colond Property R.nt.U
,,_
44 C. for Unit
41 'um''...... A......
Golf Clubs 41 UnfurnlilNol" A...., PersonWANT AND
4J H...... for Rent Pum,
41 Houm tor Runt. Unlunv4f
TypewritersMotorcycles Hoomi for Runt
N Mobil Honw.II .
NIl... *..,.It USED
Ira Wild T. Rent
a gwr.w Won'ldII
Olfk Dnk apace
.. Used Trucks 14 gull_. ....,...
A $85000 SERVICE CARSTHIS

RefrigeratorsBaby
A pcl.l' MrvlcSI
ADS
t Ham. (mpnvwlntes
.. Midltirnnttn-modtl / uses a TV ....a
The Impirlal Buggies
TOTAL II AWIIMC. ft Purallvrt
1-8T691! crafted In Distressed Ptcan. On
REMOTg
concealed swivel CI.t.rs.'r. CONTROL Electric Motors

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Store EquipmentFarm

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Machinery


Infant's Clothing

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Sewing Machines gyp VE
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Office Equipment FUNTHIS


Movie Equipment

WEK'S SPOTLIGHT IS ON
Outboard Motors

,, PALM LANES
: ON WALDO ROAD
Sports Equipment
T.. piss .r. Ullmf .t ,.\. L...(. imtt .f Hit
.day and. Rifhr.. For ....rcrM .*4 .".,...." !It', e
Nursery Furniture I I: I.n. e o..J ,... t. iH.4 pint .f your """., ...<.lle..
Th. ..,.. .
puns Mr. ta work *p ... hi .111-
fund .t Ik. L..**. Mvmioiir. .,,..NN Mnrin| M.Jwlckn -
: The Imptrlat French Pr.vlnel.l-rnod.l Vacuum Cleaners .4itn, Mf drinks tot. k..r. Met.... with*
: 1-8T694 In Distressed Cherry or Antique !.- : ...11 child'.. .* will nioy t.. ..,.",10.' ..._" ton-
Ivory with gold staple. k., 'rvi 1...1..*' .r M ckr<. I. tree .H ", .i, .!....
Fishing Equipment t i*. for tk* |om.. Ass h. f..I.... of tko UM .h
tk* Pro Ship wk... .ll ..... .f l.vll., .ipi"...
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Building Materials ... .. ... .. ...
Ji .1.1 } (.... fw $1.00 h Line .H.<
T.. ..y Isle ........,. .> It from 5 A M. I* 2 A.M.tkry .
Machines .kMf "lie week. sad frm I ,M. H 2 A.M. iiSuably.
MClgnCIVo c. e. LETS YOU Washing .

: HOLD THE WORLD'S GREAT MUSICIN THE Heating Equipment Wt.li *tw ...* W*.*.k'i SPOTLIGHT


PALM OF YOUR HANOI I Now you may select' your favorite
Musical Instruments k AMUSEMENTS
musIc! on glorious Stereo FM, brilliant Monaural FM/AM Radio change records oj DINING DINIM -D.MCI"'Q' *
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adjust volume,or turn on/off-all from your easy chair! The Imperial has such vast .v.\ Pa5M'Li': LC"y BY.CI'oo COCKTAIUUN _

tonal dimensions and purity, It can "whisper" the full beauty of music or "shaka Camping Equipment O.n-5-, ,he.w u.sro I A: : : DUTCHTREAT :V iiry I 1NMIM

your wall a"with a majestic crescendo.You've never heard anything like It) 100-witts ,... ....., urvu 1 l 191)2 W. Unit A... .CSaCapt MT* (Klttii| 5 Law R.M.I Min It t.s IMM
Plumbing EquipmentChildren's ... w_ I. IP"OPEN_ 24 HOURS A DAYSCHOONER'ROOM Mr INS ...... W U 0$
tmdlstorted music power two highest efficiency ii' Ultra Sonic Bass Woofers lOOT .ICY 'UA a f til t AJU. .. *. urntt wPUNLANO
Vrwy. Ielil "*. Rimlri: M .... i.nulr l.W1 .
with 112 weight 1,000 Exponential Treble Horns-are Just a A/M15 i1 rley
oz. magnet four cycle 'in. Ca.ar 10 Mu.MaaN A Ls.Ns w _t. W IJIft Pa *-l tDININ6MUSIC
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SHELLEV'S TIDl'.c
piss ADMIIStos 372-6582 otNi
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Electrical AppliancesDogs IlN NW 'r A'1
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.sass- cape .acl CA. AT Soul Tire IITTLS ___ ... C_ '
II Cats Parakeets ealw..u" A6w ROOTaEER STAND
ccnuble record and stlua wtaf-rt# uimol Sltttt totwvanr..d R ..Mows.r :' Her. us. f/ COCKTAILS
;: JO yeses b unou Av.. O.. N.Mry It AM. 111 pMs CENEAAL CAINEi
Dle'CATI$1''
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trill sell it faster DINING M'CILOS' :: TAP Pn.yray u a neM. sd c=:
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TO LIST YOUR RESTAURANT
CALL IOUNGI CAFETERIA on PLACE

122 N.W. 16th Avc. Phone 372.0433 I 378.1411 0'CALLAD ENTERTAINMENT n'-14I1. IH THIS ALL NEW ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE


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1 10 Clean/ out the Clout Of Utility Rooms Now-Pick up extra CLASSIFIED coth Person to person ADS ads are for non comm.rclol"'I" idling marchondua priced 't S.

DAYS 4 LINES $3 at bring$100 quicker or less action.with the telling price stated in the ad. No additional coat for ads that require the full 10 do,. Na refunds for ads that "l



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

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Announcements U M11. Help WutodEXPERIENCED It SCh... b l.otrvctiew 11 LOTS FOR SALE IS H."... rt S.I. IS H.... for Sel.I IS: HII...' ISO $.), SS H.... For S.I. M

1 ameli loin "'g', PtiIO""ITING- 'LA."i .11I., '0'. In .. oN. TOU CAN IAVI "M en I I. JTORY COLONIAL Hem WHI a lbsl7Ca. -
t or: quilll od .1Ii.'.., rwulr I n 5 con ACCOUNTING Serttan. "lecaatd Mlerent w lrllmlri 5 II. I bath Nona Carlral Mat. 4 *R, medem kitchen' tn. tit.ad PUICI 3 00TRl bolts, .
minlmAa. ouporvlston tar oitoiIlihod .. Civil' tervlce' Training' wmi Panty etrn power, OWN 'M kltchia, CI.-.t and lot ion dewn. Cell fR ....'1 1.. .. k. carporl. Ltf 1M'017P.NW 70010: 15cM, PNA Ilnanead, Ill
I LOST FOUND ..North... Florid ..... If.nc. -el..... Now PNminoHOWELL'S -- city w_. Ale. lerg ton eveilet .,0 O55 eree. on' 3754730. to eeei drrveby 411 Nl ins It ...."... near Ism _. ..' PMm.tlolio Low Hi.
rotwno It J H. MCOLORED \- .UIINESI COILED 'e *n weld PJeed Ml I MMitortn iiiiiu'--; ; MOO'iL HOM CLOSEOUT 'h 'R .I341 .m'. IUd N' 'h P1. -
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I.on lirtV sport toV" llvd, Mlaml "It. tilHoweu *l Gory, Down .ymo/II SAN .M NW oecllen.Myr I 11II c01 Iron New three bedroom, two" full both DUPUX -'''''iI.tl; ;; Aa: NORTHWPST OAlNIiVIUIAROAIn' : :
c..t M Wro.ita lid. I.. Mlc. 'i susmeji' COLLEGE sad tr,_ Tprwilllpr! echwl. Muff bas builder model. Oeneiel. electric two" IIR.. end II cempietoiy furmined )
1IttII'' IItw.rd. Ph0n1 dM ,.,. .- ooout 3* Mur WM< REAL (!TATS EXAM" Mantua .... eon to M tppiKiete.. OH FRMM built.M even end ren**, 01 cen licrllenl' 'Slams prep. LOVELY Mk Ireei lerg MHO,
OF .. wiltor buuoy. Mull bo noo.. CLASSES HI V. Q. "Mrfny 3>""?- Ito heeling ....p'.bll to Mr con.dlIlann. Oily, I block tram Campus. Frx.II4.1M. e FOUND CONTINTt LAOIt Apply In pmon only, t I* A.M. NOW FOFJVMNO. itSINNINO1st .. Wr t* out of town owner bedroom I ftein home elw net
billfold drlvWi lie.... end ether It Cormonollo'. Nt W Unlvtecnniclon LeiMn Fro*, Thud evenlnIN IUV OIO.ICI PROM" !lUll DIR Fully lendKMMd tot lot .... ,..
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W.rerrrent PropertyWINIFREDH. complete kiformitlon. lerg* room and lo pertlelly'
... Perefle 1ST dr. 1100 down VA, 1104
and Ml I. etHornet .
peper Owner mey com collect .m. n* **
i T tor Nl OrSolo elr/ condlllened .
ilxii'iii iD"TV It, Flltiburgh Only requ:
per month. Or Silo down FHA,
111 Nl Ird St. model. Till Completehome
Ill W 0th.. Av. f* 4-JJO. ,..
..... hv nperlence" CRAWFORD with iteitont, financing. 110 per month Include tern end 15211. mentt ere tu* down end Wl mo,
LOIT BwMlt hound femeM Ugh ki color TV. lei Mlery. Idly Re(. (roller. iBKlMIUng' InIAKI Slit N. W. nth Avenu* HughMODERN clmln*. Hugh Idwerde Inc. Office A"I'OU MOVING TO OCAlAt Drop by or "I. .0{ NW. MID
Ion. hondlcopped ehlldY I Hi. An. week lend return t* Ion 450-A U, S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! I PROPERTIES Idwtrd*. Inc. InVlfll w Nl llth It. end Nth Av*. Nit* hoots In Out'*. Fl,*. I IR. Orly*. VHHt.
twin to the tints of 01... F.eword. Oelnetvllle Sun. ACMAOC 11..1971. t belhi Mar J,. college element A %
Oil Ml.MM. LOCAL ITORI M Hellene) c*. fioopenlng Men.women. ,..St. Hurt high ..I I ml N. M...... 8P. 1rMIIUMMIPJ .iy echooll end known center .
tor one ... klondtondent ... lioj worn Frepereiory trolnIng New 1 IK I both torn with Ion On log lendKeped M. will HAROWOOO Keen Mug femllynenn
4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICI Mid en* retell SI11Im10.Ronulr until ppelnled. Theweknde *f At HOMe heel 4 Air cend. Detune klrcimcl FORDYCE froa t r umiier horn In wim .. Lerge ,.11".
manhr .g* IMO ft"h .loot wen. l...',..ce iulwnnecewery ", mouth I *l I*.Svwimne Riverloroe t ,1.In rants 4 ovdithwotner .... Oeineivll Frli ronao fromlit. I...o.* 0110..e.l. I bedroom, I r
.. ochool gredueto, eelleie' ..*_ FPII (ntormet<*nen turnlihed. CCB cempleto'I 4 DiI,..... tg t* .** t* 114.001 cell McKlnney .. ... 1511 N I. 711. "tr.a1. 311817. -
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red lenetliii gmd ..".,. Its .torn telenet, nauirementtWrite 1 IIv,.. '
_, Phww PR .1961.. ewe I* Mil I irein oat" lltMn' n *re* pine douas **reeRIDOWAV -
my FEATURES
Ineurence heiellellietlcn. p. TODAY. Ivlni none ads ._."'* "'Id'... Wymor CONSTRUCTION CO. OWNIR J ,". I barb CCcent i-;
LEARN TO DRIVE 1 lion plan* ped' yaca1110. will betrelned drott end phone. Llncpin Sir.. Touno.l photo f. 1531$ LIvt J71 MM of S,.-_. heel, perquet _.. *>l"* THE JAMES
'IM"LI"IIO and may lit nMocotedwitriin Icen to> 141M, OolnoHiii (on. 0... Oil, IIAUTIFUL ceoneli doulii kit/ evulpiied'
IUY NOW AND WORK OUT THI :
PARALLEL PARKING North Intern FKrku.Cell DOWN PAYMENT Comer lot tor Ihti I br I bath w cook well oven, d1{, Ow, COMPANY
lAIY WAY DRIVING SCHOOL PR UW. BIG IANTA Fl LAK'. Veer round ,, hem, relrig. renge. w......, w._ 4 dryer Ig IreeehMledcorner --
waod.d lute
0-c. It.te riI '1.. a7H1J02 WANTED ono oloctrtc motor ro- 21 Utwttxk > Supplies the 1 bedroom con ke home renlrd, *t>lt erw* college.1..... Nw now :::,an conelructubelhi. M"ugly.. T S r 0 6 I.... clotet nd utility.tr. rot .in NW Medium
'N ..Irm... Should Its M Coin* oodnar berOKve heuw, and our ....-. till and Iwo" a** In W..I_ Terrece till Path I MI5. trw Kleio A now I b 4 ld-rMm Model .In
KUT CURL MAUTV IALONaeuryn ATTENTION pier W'no' DI.... ,.....
CATTLEMEN Iq 10
vlllo vKlnlty, apply I* 1111 NI Including' brick front c.. FordyclM. IlI-OtJl SHADOWLAWN
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ludgolAll TPK Ave .chono 37370. Itretch _._n grln' to Ihs ThU tim n Around it Over en ecr tonlell In WeelWMd ..t..... If a71-J701. M,. 'tlWtrd. 1811
work fueronteedForm. limit by ml"'ng ,,.''n. WIth, CPA on wceilent oorertunltv ,, .... ,.. LOT NW 56 Dr. ESTATES
toenveet It tusks your twnlly happy lor Wet f* 1< ",1. Ail city
M i. umv.loop AV*. w);m lOt II-H.r M.I. M 1*", .Ia ntanl.MH TW .llend Celtl" luppwFMX 1'M': all 375.3Alachua Sol of N W :f'h Drive end N. W. Monthly peyment willi .11I1. I be *. D OLIVER
trios i000smical bird IIprsr.l. R." 13th; Fee, Cell yitMl dolly *rONLY hem IIoNW..II' In even OFFMINOIndrVhpMl
open ninriti by ppt.t ,. ty A..clll. Aril T. Iml", ENJOY THESEFEATURES
ASSISTANT .'111 ..... .... .Icnm. Rater. 3711045 N1.1t5.' A ._., AC unit good Stan I Itylei For You
.. wontod Good .....,.. AS. Odnetvlll' *r Alechu 0th, 110.154" down F,ylerg Wtll plollMd Hvrna '
oroueueiliy
SPECIAL NOTICES iii I MIN from owntown and
NW imi tt. mint. Call P.rdycs 570-153
ply In Often WondrmuM Ror.gront n"" "|DM 31 H.u... Flu 5.1.1R'TRsTY114'S only ay owner J PR, I both CwttoM Na4S I rnotorM 4 workmenihip -
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14 IW lit St.. bohlNport .
1IA: ti>1n1I; D''"M DV mldl.no 01n, en A "lei 515 v *. NO A..c-,
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MUST IACII'PlC' wry .Ico h u. CCI'Han: .,J.. ; ; tin.it 51.1111.. I ,
Meet brawn, whit, m 1 led Lit A OR. '.m. ...... 3 11111155 a A Mmrminltf you would ko
breed dog. uttlewood lc R .1 l NUDID AT ONCI Pull or .14 akin 5151145 qu.It, for eel* by iwner M oog COM *rI4.no nil, sib' ,, dn., i't f" cent In. br I bath, MIN 01111 old Paw ,... I Mud tetlv* *
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playground Doe. 24th. opproulIN "Ana mon or women to Mrw, toady l't.Irstnl.. Aka on forms of MM down w- feretl Iw ol any IW llrd It, k>l. Cell Fontvc 574 IIM. ,,,... r1M Drive WNl en NW Jit*
.m. Owner .1.... call lorv wolklni, cuitomoro In fee 0773. 757.343 C1t5.le ISO monthly. jrtteu.yerd Oft Wlllllton Rdl Conlect own. a I U. I MIlO cn Naml. ".., put in* DIM Iprlnf kvteriectlwl
17I-M3I Hon of Oolnoivlll Ooed mum. VIS. beet br.... Ill taw 5 : '' or rollsnI. Maltland 541A M. FORDYCE ....tot..1f Moalo. Mu51 .,, M* llf. M Ion
No .klvoitmonl. Sol four own Ceriton Dairy Fermi lne.. rie : ,:,,. \:..kitOtloli :1111111: -;;- ; ; ': $- Imm d10151y' wry MS.tnas4 FFj I....
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W. WILL tot lit _.Ibl. ........ Writ C. II,' Rublo Dons IIIornto Near Khool. lug down, iP .; Ouellfyin l Down A ASSOC'AT". INC.OSara awn poomml. M.V lit 1.10 51
for anyoni who 1.0. not 756ct344ti D4, F, 0. lu ]4tr. Momphli PllCNI ..1.'''' .r mo. No e'.I"' .. coilo. "' New brick Iront home tn top NI ,.....'c.. 50515. 1101 Ne toss DAn
baps Mlfry Chltlm", T50n. COW'OY'S IIIOINO STASLI 3130. Koy.t.n.sightSY .. .re*. c_.... to.,_eerwel,. control Hdewolki. ,> SEAL flTATI CONSULTANTS PN weoI-. ....
it'll Nippy Now Vu DkD ._. Prann4tdnNt .....h .3741-.
071.1 Hon.IUTTS .. MEN and women w'Ih cars lot H..blek 5101. OWN!* I IPj Carport liP heel, buiiMn oven end renee.Fey OOuld.n' I.... ,
MOIILI HOMES II.ONINNY work lomperory Nor.. and&:1.5 Irr :60 XIDO'. oMKry lot Deer lorcod. only uol down, monthly pev.menlt o. C G.v Dudlry.or..y onuldsn o
Must know well AvorogoII Own 1.557 1 fR Notr (p(111'
4577 NW 3Ih 3t, pro Khoon ft iruwpln. It'll rreneed I bedrvunv IH 'M W. Unlv. ,
315.17
per day Apply M ponon.m 5004501,,. Surat .....11y.. \21' NW bathe, aull...,. ".WI. $ _
I lokv Sltt... Child. Cor lit. Mi W. unl. Avenue. iOMTJfrSUPFLIIJOIK Slth ... 37)1547..
10 Mom tolOOpmIS I Now Prick Homes Ott'd CO.w .
ITILD IIAUII'UL COCKl PUP'IES I :SELL AT COST FINLEY AREAFHA I MODELSNow u'ptNt
CAII'Ii
OR INFANT 1 pTTvato
Lltll.w.od -Work. W.",.. Femtl / brood blicr, i end Hud dog Lively' new AIR Home In Meier' I FlnencedI ISSt.ph.e Asamwr
: l"a. $35
m": lor Mil' Fit iutiMINIATUF.I Onrdene. r. ml. 5.1 camas MMl ledroom I lit) .hand i
Fnono F4tfHelfhto
por PR tIMIExperienced '
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moth. will keeF eh' $1750 Monthly OACHIHUND1 will eolllul ne nllie wonaed price Ion Drive torlew I' (aeeut peretedinini rul rondo room Open I J Bedroom m borht. 9Z1 I

drtn In Homo door night' ftee. AKC Re*.. 14 wki, piece. 4 brownFermoiwnt :round any time. VtWN or hmllv lion 144 b51rao,... built.M 'itchon NE! }lh Ptac New I
ennoble rate by d 2211 II 4* T... otf Hawthorns coverlet end then for eurlr y Prime oule lervke Cor Phone J'H'44 ADVUPlllla IN THtHHViri ITS-I ft-lltt awn pevmont. FHA Iron IIW : Nor Invest I II I. and Inilrl barb -
lid, picturn, puiewi.Fliy tor kxetod In new tKop- ENGLISH SHEPHERD DIRIXyYlVA Gladys Smith. Realtor .._ ctoelnf ...'.. cu* mole an offer .
pine center now *vll* Fupelei tor pelt welch end etack.FP. Itll W. Unlvorilty Av*. _
II FEMALE HELP WANTED pelt for IItbv-/lt'li nevJr ..04er' .leew t* oieil.IIM MOU. C.jlt.1s11d.n, Is., we wont M movt It thl
feel lonely' win Iheto tote. ImbroMered .....,........... Men II, 411 Olr... I Estates I /.or.
RANTED; MAID a.nlfll bans.work. M eeperete "'" ..... Fiiiem netted' will be provided CHIHUAHUA $21 OPSN "OU'I pallycol
ca'S far Cllllt./ ... most 754: .,...,.. nine In e'4lnclimolld. with the beir lielnlnfvtlltbl ....IIM ml'* puppy, AKC Dog. GROCERY 1715751 M 510-7711 I Open for vl.wln9/ } |Rand
h... trentporetlon. heolth cord In tn* _.. Cell M Mill. DRIVE-IN I C"...... hilt|| ht_ NII i 2 both Brand now
and reference CXI FH MJ"ny _
try and paid' ONtO IIAUTIPUL Chrlalm..IN .
IpptNANTIG Thirty.live cent* In PSI.. for Ihlipellern trelnlng. Flnenclnf Slim) .... old while regliiered, CHIhue. ltrl r.o with Mipdib crmitruetlon
IMMEDIATELY I II 1 II 1 1tlmo -odd II cenle for eectl ..t. eve,HMO to quelltwd !nvdlvlduel hue VII Y heeltny 4 friendly Icy MANAGER TRAINEES throughout ISIS 1 NW 8thM
lyplll itenogrepner, saint torn tor l.t-cln. moiling end IP.. Cell W. a. lol voriety shots end worm.... Ipe- IdeiItlf511r .......4 has A...
bookkeeping experience detlr- cm I hendtlng lend toe loureWhetlir tin el Vt-llll for Inter.II del, et 150 J/1"' '' SEE 10EXCITING
obit. Flan 37H4H tot ppptl Oelnetviii tun Needle- merlon Alt City .**..*|*...** Acreo everlooKiKg.' tekHumett .
cr.n Dept. F. 0 lu HI Old 12 M* tl. HII..., >H Sl. WANTED I ketweeH 01. Plant
CURT .1'1.. J...day,'. .hlll.1I.urtn'apply 2311SW : InporiOO CHINS .'.Ii.... New York II, fchcoh b ...." "ctl... ,.,. *llilntnr" one) AIMtw "Mar of MlFrhed .
'h It Fhon 37..'.... N.Y. Print piolniy FATTIRNNUMIIR NORTHWEST el only SloW Cell ...
NAMI. AODRIII and HIGH SChOOL Mile 25 SO for trainee I
TRAILER to positions
WAITMU WANTED ION'. II f hem*, tree bMiift, inter km SALES manager 5550540.e515M It s51rw
Howard Johrnot'o Rntaurmt School F. O lop '''''. jockun.VHW 1701 "Meido" Pee Nl with Jackian'i. Minit Market Paid vacation 1965MODELS Mnny Mated en the beet
,.tn'ng thin Apply In p 1 ,.U NW FOR PlO, 37114SECRETARIAL dirt Flicker, Mgr JTe-OM I Me et N w in* itreoe I JACKDEYOTteflilerett
21)0 NW lith St. IIUI UK dnlone and other fringe benefits when quolilitd. fra 11.5MoN50.1855 N .. leth
mere feihlen to knit, crochet meneverl COURIIIliMoN.
IXPIRifNCIOLEGAL Plus I FRII Mtrerne embrewery eta.anNmltn 12' WIDES for married man, full lima employment only. Avonv |rkwASSOCIATES
SECRETARY dolll' clothet. end II J... ..hHOWELL'S IN !
carte tor Needlecrott lUSINISI COLLIDIIII 2 Storting lalariai for experienced aiilitant
FR 1 2111. new Catalog BR under $4,000
W. Unlv Av*. F* 1 nor managers $90.00 a walk and for a.p rancdmanajari WALTER STUBBS
IX'UIINCIO Ic"phon. Iran.crlnr V LUII II COMFLtTI QUILT use OUR I
VILLAGEGREEN
wllh your twO tlte" r I l5yINWrItN FATTIDNI .ki deluxe, new Oulll ADVERTISE DJ THE RENTAL PURCHASE $125.00 per waak. Illli Cnrl Sl_
N lie othont. R**
tranlcrlnkn look For beglnmn, ..".. tend Inc.
.. R.IV with roiumo N 1'. 10 centt new SERVICE DIRECTORYThis PLAN Jickitn'i Minit Market Emmett H.II....'
O. 505 717. 0..111., I Lwsr .bnmM1.1n down poyrn.M i
TOTAL COif 1234 N.W. 16th Ava.. Gainesville Phone 37C-5194 Pkes. 312.2511
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3F CONTRACT WilL II till
l-vr. Nn evilKV* Apply In to M,. Blundill l
SEo partott or "We trade hou... I2S NW I Ilk St. .
Mr. Swafford Extension
DAD AND BRAD LARSEN i I

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On Rt tM. I milt I. I. *t .IC.......'... c5ta lx ctitxrtKrRt lR............l lt... I
k...... HoighN, Featuring G e neral
Week's Open evening end MSM.ylCELEBRATING COMPARE! !
I Electric Kit l c h e n.
Move in by Jon. 1st Homes priced from

j IS yeer TXII alt I Are 4*lervlc* In $I',300 $18.275. THESE HOME VALUES

SPECIAL I Bt eligible for Homestead Cumptlan. Payments from $10C 1 BEFORE YOU BUY

I Itel. II "Wide" I bedrm a month up. YOUNG

7 I III Red II c.per..workincludeo .. Delivery/ Limited Number of AMERICA H 0 MIS

$ # Tee Title Frenk,.SMml.raka.H."... have fireplaces, pan SAVE!IS!

i. Bultt Mobil. HomM, Inc. COMPLETE HOMES sled family rooms, 2

1 Spec as NW IJin 3755501Opar If et dIR' II. i full baths with Indi. BUY YOUR NEW HOME

I A M. N I'M. rest lighting central
CLOSED IUND..YfEDERAL $10 Down ducted heat. Italian I BEFORE DECEMBER 31

QUALITY terrazzo floors AND SAVE YOUR
HOMES INC. VA
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'P Mill *..." Jetrnon,. ... M.r.spoal I I
SAVE MONEY IY
r. Oily ... 5s1 Costs SEE OUR NEWLY
.ua15y' 110 Mobil ......_ = CI..I"I
t"fT.15 .. .. N :::- tows, being eligible for Homestead Exemption FURNISHED MODEL I ID Th foal'..... *r* neey lorITK SIT 1. Ul... Av..
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TOYS / 11.'LPstor _. leree emie"e"i* hams for
I 1 tar.. lemihr, d M. 4MM
"' Marfft' Hille..... Win.ao i Low FHA Down Payments Svy. IMt W.y .. :twine ".,5- '=/
A Iar1 Manor. ,'''. north en Main Stor ,sat. pain dItlol
(c....,,, CIsh .,.'..) dlitetle rwM4 pots. ID.titcnen I
II vms .M Wit _.N Nome"SERVICE jj Free Lifetime Membership NW. UihSr. to 19th 4 '.. ... ken>e, '.*. Fl It. *. petno **wn, (em*
....- Av.. Turn right leastto "'". eM 4tlor.el ententeMment pletely elr tendlllene XI
{ In Fabulous Carol Estates Swim Club N I 13m St turn rightItnuthl 01... nteny bje.eertlen "' 111'1'
HAS BJILT watch ht YOUNG 5.., 5157 _,..,.. -'Iy lot 5541 tpr0105
OUR BUSINESS" _CM *., *n>< lie hove 1551 Mrt.0/5t10/
( Monthly payments from $82 Includes oil. AMIIICA HOMIS Han enl per eMnM. Will diervH pawn property a. let e*.
l I.lr. MODELS AT N. I. 0 1 H 5 r flnenclel......*. prultno ely IH d IITplxn.temerMTM / .
BAIRD MOBILE I Phone 376-797I' 11th S'd 10th105. mentel eeterwery ttrot

HOMES Phan. J72-7070.

II Coals 904 NW Hid, Af..

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T4\ PKonejeneHMieniio HOMES M.-.... p1 Howe .. U... 'l'OIfft W aaJufifaeirtt'Fl u
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LINES r FUNitHfOFoynwrt NOW LEASING
lower me* ...* rent
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DAYS This special good e* CONNOLLY

1101155 HOT. fe ow- Shay Ian/o. Mss SAVINGS NOW FROM
$2.00 l ebova item mj it open Iss 0th 010101. T 1s.n _..'I
DIM w ....,. I 1505. lao4
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Y't M rII V KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONONLY

ta nan cammerciel .d% '
LOTS roi
SAIL.a. E $10 DOWN VA

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lit W. 444 a1ALTOR 27171I / I A ONCE.A-YEAR OPPORTUNITY I

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will be offered, welch for ... -. Cast.AN/ Cid. S l..edrt7ed5N
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ACT NOW TOMORROW MAY BE
M>. w. IM*>' PC Ada's Panbas An. L ,M.d 6 dk4 -

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I ePhee. FURNITURE PHONE 376.4456 Kirtpatrko tr Planes hat several new Semis In HigMaiiJ Court
UPHOLSTERY
{ fl Ma.., reedy fir immediate eecspamty.KIRKPATRICK .
371-HII. I 'If y .151 .........sup FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT '

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172-41U SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY' I

CAINISVlllIVFMOUTIir not I.w.I1''. m V.I HWf, 441 I & PIERSON BUILDERS

MM IM *LPx I SALIS LOCATED AT N.I. 1),41 ILVD. AND 11t'a' TERRACE
P.Mn-IM 0* and Buffer Bros.
IUILOIIS i ,..... 172-J47I

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6D Gainesville! Sun Sunday December 27, 1964

4' IS Hou... 'ar Sol.ehatfy I 15 Haute For Salo" 42 F.rmi 6s A......

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::: tlA T. 8 A It 0 ", I TIMEIS 'Y OWNE"a" I CC' .. FOR SAL'lY' OWNER. A ooev.i BEAUTIFULLY wooded. ", .n;..
IIIwiJIIN..IIII'\'ItI't'Q'ltJ\' THE lot evoriooking' 105510 i tiM I atory brick home an 11 lor tract IS mIlls from U at F.
J .. \ \'.. to A t 11 0 RIO I.. t late Terran floon built I* acre tract leceted an MiiihopaorRd ....t II icral _pi.$." "' ,..

smack bar, even and rang, ci,. Vk mil* North ot loth Ava. rounded by Mote roads with 4201
I H T t R R 0 AT !. \) .heal '''. ecreaned patio corport IR 4Vt bot..... central hoot. II. ot highway front wo. Mme

h .._ ACROSS 0- I-> 5.- -It.- 0- TO- NOW. ulll room evtiloa' city. FRW140. Mutt ba toon to ._101.. PhonoPR cash. onl,. A. N. 1cIIou...... 31.
n 1.Jap.vd.\ 29. Paddl 7711 SI 17th Awl H17"JWK 3172

' \ lage 31.Rlcep.. .P .! .ELL.S.ART'i ia,. CC.Iou... I In NW s.ctlo. *) scram fenced PM acrol perm
Do You Have Ills 1111051. 75. I. I ISO' yard.surlWIldId Failure I ...... kiwIS ft CabinS
6. Principal 32. Draw a AM. L 0 A M. S 0 U WiltS' LIou.'rum htdoeo In Alachua Co.

ore.f lead condullon L. 0 T. S A L. I!: 5 1'1 t price wai tot reduced now ta FORDYCI ft ASSOCIATES' INC.
A Room.Apartment M700. UN equity' and taka t2C w. Unlv' :374.1234
tIp
i"U: : ;::FdJk' 36.Thean: e: PAR A. [D _I R T I peymonti. Call ".* *. ONLY 3728404NOW !,!*.... J10 NI nth FOR SAL compM.ly. I r alma..

j 13. Iocarn. .3$. Lad quee* .11 I I t M V V I IS R A or FORDYCEFEATURES Torrocoi tomlly a room n... bedroom contrail, two.0.31.4Hal both' of ed I land bedraom fenced homo and 011.planted. bras M

lIonoCVI.horSpalra SUP R N AT U R A L Hous. to Rent? ,. ,noor Matcoita and Ililiopachoola. has fIIlu"two email'barm rm Thil. and ProoNrll It ..

nil 39. Ha.cbd 0 Ait L. AT ...Pool.. 0 momooraMp_, mould snSlbabis ondwanti uatod an Foe Sprlngi Rd. High

.. 14. Infldd: '0. ChemIst s REMEMBERA la saIl boron IllS lit. Sprlnga.
D E GAS
N TED
8 U
,;... To Mtlia oitita wa mutt tall I
15. Rdiate
pot J. W. ranchea, I ot 4M
: 16. AdjectIve 42. Iabfluj' (SelutloD Tt FrIday' Puzzle) 4 br I both ham moot, NO an.ft. 511-Il. 1011 ",.co1o..::: 5cr.,.

.uffix 4.. CIoN A vacancy large family .room carpeting KIRKPATRICKMcKINNEY Fane of this property U pi.ml.ad .
: built In kitchen and many other ta pasture grail other film
; 17. Choh agAin uhdy 2. Tllrk. d. $. B.rrel feature!. Call' Ferdyc 37412M. ItiaitorII mod ta plant aom and tobaoCO >
COSTS YOU MORE N. Nil Plams! PI 1-5404
19. WhIrl U. Weir crct ..ta.I bath kl ColumMa County.

I\ 20. Sprl I away Showivl, 9. Stockadraj : than the ad that In a larga ,living. room FIREPLACI I br Ibotti. 2. Icr. ravdl will Alto 511
j : back 46. B ck.of olort anger 10. amid_ A-C and C-H Flo. room. lencad near High r-: ::
two .... rI.. ..
In Flnloy" A. Call GREEN ALSO
; 22.lJlllebow 4. WnJU&atree 11. Spons will rent it! Fordyc 235.1235.CHARMINIS 141 acre ,nnch Vk ml. m river,
; I : : 23. Exceedln, 41.A.t ellor DEATON All fenced, partly planted togriu
; 1 ly DOWN 5. Solitary 2g. Air: ezmb Homo af Fla. atone, I br I path, with IVt acre tobacco. *h
I Ala me Bouieverd, lap.. LR REALTORS Io'm...'.
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S 25. H.ndl", 1. D pond. 6. Crew form Here's what your and OR. fireplace and hardwood PRANK D 140WAIID. .HlloI

I 26. Alejug cot on. Saluladoa 21. College floor In Mcellent condition tar CORNER LOT ... 0. Isa 703 Ph. 404120
: I II vacancy COSTS sri''y 113,000. Call Fordyca 374- Three bedroom I bath lots In Hull .",1_ "..
I IeallUa 1231. attractive Southwell area Thliepackwe '

I l J 1 1 III II 24. Wonted I retldence with mare -
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It 0 YOU EVERY DAY 4) Colored Property
.. 11 1.
then 300 aquara toot orapace.
,4 - OurcollJlo. FORDYCE Include 5 ttperete. d I 1..nIng 47 H*...* for Rout Ion.FORDYCI I 4S Houiai for Rant Unturn.i

: Il 'I 11 try until it is rented room and family room withflreploce HOMII POR SAI I '
: a AISOCIATIS INC. hooted and I br 'un. IIoutl lor r n' I-IRccs. fully equipped' kit,
26. Siberian Centriily I ft I bod. ..... SI ..,,, M. .
'4 .. .. .. INC. fenced back yard NW tertian.Ill .
ASSOCIATES
Oroco ft
I 1+ 1$ 'ord, .nor air, .....,tI..... This homo ll ill Ava. Small. down payment
: monaolold.11 t2 W. Unlv." I74-H34: .par 111* Call 374-trH
= 7 DEAL ISTATI CONSULTANTS cluilvely Iliind with McKI n n., monthly, poymenll 157 to IM
27. Eagdl.1ai IF RENTs YOUR LOSSIS Dick lank Frencoa Hough Orion Inc. Call, ITa-3417. Ana hornet built on your lot 3 I*. kitchen and dining rm. com 'i2iHW'2 tfI Ava. I 'RJ I both
: 1; (/ 14 7 iT 28. Miaddl. lorth OauldKI Harvey BonlonO with' no down payment. FtiPR bln.I...... II. .OO11. label ldo kit. equipped, garagi, I Ig. fenced
: PER DAY IS: C. Gay Dudley Oouidant4 J. J. FINLEY 3>411I. porch, gor_ utili" "". bad .bock yd. m per m.. CHI ISuit
i ; 11 7 JT 30. PrUneri W. Unlv. 374-1234 Juit an Moot homa for I 'leroe both houM on llh/er L.... lmo. for appt
: : / 0 : family who naedi loIs of room. ...utiI permanent or. 100..... till
: .boa M* per me. .. 11.. per *oyS3 -FRED 4 I.R. I bath, Pla. rm, Control lIlt "0115,01114 : 151150 June 11. PR 44314 ar KeyttoneHolghti 2 BR HOUSE
\. : 1 is Keel. Ideally locoted wllhln I al tote al tho igtI''t.: .. Cad 473.4034PUShiStIED IIS.SO mOo' 17f.IG1

34.Binary per me. .. tlM per day ARNOLD Wocki ot the achool Fayedatreeti :m-tiM.. w... illS N. ,011I *0..
IIomo Loll
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III 11 r 1. l'O compound 01 REALTOR "Beautiful''''''' let Move I IN borw I12SGOa I IR i bothi CCI NW -.....
SSI per me. ,. 11.. *) per day This property la hi excel I lent Now CCI 1 bedroom. on* bom Call 376-1562 aftar
Priced .
117 000
condition under
Jr J: JI J. w- 3r: Can ba FHA financed. with lowdown home Low down payment LorAn III I lath wail It wall carpetInll lull F M.
: i0 0 .. M per me. .. n. per toy MRRRV od N... JMtt Tam.Mccoy N. 112.1.00I
payment-Let ui show you 14th Ava.J .
Will ba tilt family not gall RIds I lullder 1115 NW
J. 1 J S7. M par m* .. H.14 per day tadroom I balk _". Wits gall thll fine property before VON doy V4-77W IR, I both Good _.11I1011o
t : : : amlJ a dlDiwoihar' and dlipoul chlldron buy. Call FR '-III': nIloin' ]76-OtJ I IR 1 Both Cyprau .panelled Its mo Available end of Doe.KIRKPATRICK .
oil .. idwol .. basis with old brick '1"1..*. ; REALTY
per mOo tin pir day a good neor. fattwr .
: 4. 4' 4l 4' sfUou. km prlco. .. UHO WIll NEWS FLASH 41-t COLCJtD RENTALS Furn. ar unnjrn. II N. Main' 5*. FR. M404

; 71 par mOo .. .* per daySlSpsrtns. ..., POW larmi. DM, t-isa: todoy. Yet. SOil, li newi Wa hans I MARY MOELLER Realtor I IR I both CC .home lemllyroom
1\ 47 4i wIngs duple' they can ba bought tot 1010 W. Unlv' PR_.-* .. .. 41. New.bona .. S5.ddpsed.y .km then Ht morkat value. Fullyfumlthed NOW RENTING near
I : L COLORED ultra, modern I *R doplM por mo. Phone FR 4-341 ar aaael
CHRISTMAS! Good conditionS17100 48
\ Houiei for Rant Unturn.Tor. .
4. 4T-- lamb epertmanta larga living' and :304 NW Joih Tor
.p. SSI par mo. .. UN per day tpmt" In nil lovaly Ikyllna HsigI.tat.omsc.nba .par month 1 IncomeMuit -
n. Epocl& oursl you act ba told by Jan. lit Will dining 5th.. 0.06.01 M lie'wi'" I IR t bottia _I. .naot, .Inkilchon -
UNFURNISHEI 00MSOUlS.
2 5 II) I
; - ,.... 1115101 0100155, lirrIlIs
Wall. wall conilder reawnibla orient II "roe and
atoroga
promptly. to carpal ear part
IN par mOo .. MM par day 160 mlmlh. I. 42111"
p.
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'GrUm.21m" ttoorw. It" bollllo .. twatIf -
12124I to .... 1120 .
i control air. largo light kltchon would pay you Invetflgit Call FR, 32371 tor rant par ma.Phono
and 510$ wIll. 110115. toelll
.. family room. polio. Buy batora Don't wilt Call FR i-3417. "R t-SIM.:
M tJ 14
I par ma. per dry Ills tot "' illS P05 SENT a 'R Hou.. ISO
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January HI and lot HomosteodInomptlon.
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IIImllhoel.I. ,
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both kltchon
: .15 H.u... toe Sol IS Has... For Sol 15 Hou... For Solo UN par mOo an par day good tarmi.. 127400 With OK Ira ASSOCIATES pIcsd. or,,coli lor 5000111.1145. .1' 16th'bat. m fioon Sgarry, tile plint both an 1 Wlldo mile Road.from I IR. Unlv I' Ava. Phona 174-J7I
I ButlerworlhCol.
J. Fred
Ouy Jayna 4 1371- altar N '.M.
'I W. Davli M. J. WlltthlriThomot '" Phone 171.771.
) OWNER. 3 SR. FOR SALE BY OWNEOTRR J.
Tn-5ALI
1. : ., SWTMMINGPOOL TO W. ladford I CLEAN .two bodroom, kllcrwn/ oqulp-
carport utility
IEDROOM
houM central
1 houta Flo. rm
.1 furnlahod CCI homa, ,low yoar down old payment.compuioiy MfCAtA rm, 1 aero land In MugnoiiaIprlnga CALL 378.1411 5.. tIlls, 1Iou. call H52t. N. W. Multiple Lining 44 Cottage for Rant hoot noor anlvortlty. Phone pod CIOM to But .,... Ml Phon
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.. _PK 4.5714
H5N. Call 4*1'2471.IIAUT1FUL 0011015 ClOIS It .. p Ing. FR
6-6358
p.r ml. CaU PR6O43. oroo. church and achool ..... Throatovoly
TO PLACE YOUR
badroomi, I .."',, cantral PARRISHPRESENTS One bedroom tumlarwd, for tingle. 49 Rooms la BoatLARG1cOMPO'TW0LlR0cWs
I OR. I bath Ira, I IRI bathi, CCIhouia Sonvral ontur,' hOlIo7s An roll.P000YCS .c.1 *
block air povod llroat. Only' 120CO ,. pereon or couple' hot end cold'
hrroiia ft ASSOCIATES
In kilchon
a own-boom colling ponolod' dinling built bodroom Tbath SUN RENTAL with FHA (;....onIlOll. I ITarmi wiler included In rant of SU.04.
Ij tamlly room with' tlra> floors, con hoot 121 > 100' cor.nor sPACIOUS maMnry > ar Cor necew..... Call KlrkpntrlckApincy REALTOR '
;. I Joioco, "Irg. tancad-m, back yardbulll lot _b''. carport I13.SWFHA MlN homa. Locitod with WX.lt In Ina SWIMS NW WANT: ADS "N Main PR 7M04 0)4 W Unlv. J7HJ34I for m.n clotl-In.

I .'in kltcnan. 374-10M or 46*. trIG down. 1508 II UrdLono ALL IR, CCI large lot SPOIl Iwolar. 372'it0
Section' lull aulilda tha city llm.Hi
372-1511
." j I :.) s3. ,-Plum_ .---372-3R1t. -- -- Tint u an axcapllonal, buy of ui Mtond to our frlmdi tho 45 FurnlihW Apon.OLYNOALS Sea el 444 NW nth Ava.
----- --- .. brick
-- N. Unlvanlty lovaly homo Coovonlont
illUtof ....... l Oroatlnga.ARNOLD' I IR. CCI, carport utility room. NICI FURNISHED ROOM -
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35 Hamat Far larga living ?room aoporata diningroom ft Ivml_. la Unlvonlty' and downtown
1 badroomi. I bothi and APARTMENTS ..., Slows refrlg city ,
I SPEND CHRISTMAS IN LOVfLV I bodroom m .."'., spOt nlca Florida room. A ituoy which' able Jon. 1. I IRN fully fumiihad .- goi wall and llghti an b u aUna. "PtwnaPR MIS.
; (aval maaonry homa loeotod ktmo toy DIRECT FROM IWLDSRInc. la complololy. prlvoto." Located on everything prl..,.. IM pormo. 10 .... ma. ..JO-C NW 1310St. FURNISHED ROOMS IVt tlackl
; I NW ooclion lull Imida tha rsd.ucad, .5 OOIlilhllIiOI.SR. "RIALTV COMPANY larga waodod tor walling' dlltonco 1124 NW tin n. phone FR 172-_ or 3744340. from compui." *2* iw lat A. 0.
'. j I Forest Pines city llmlli. ONLY HUM wimI7W I bothi, kitchen equipped I Mulllpia Llollng, Mambar12t to unlvartlty, .. Florida. 11150 for appt. I IEDROOMS living room dining Cut 37-lt' Mill itudont only.NICI .
W. Univ.' Ava. 372.J57JAnoclotai
.c DOWN. PItA or VA JIM Nl isth Tar.
\ Hugh Idwordo, Inc 374W1.paymi Jona Coldwoil NICI .... c..... In, prl.' ...1.. bath room. tile bath", oc.po'ch.. ROOM CIOM lao arMtraot LI
Excillant mrltiaaif locotion. lOll I Clon' 10 o/Iopp'' avallabla.Antonna .
411?
I An Excellent Colored Neighborhood I Jim Owppord lob KolkmonF. ft ihowor, all utll. and antenna parking rofrlgoratar
NIAT t bodroom houw M
1 largawoll 3iTS ... bedroll homoprlcod Water 11I.1_. Aveiiobla JonI 131 M Sod
I 01111 IIomo III c. I. W. Modga Jimmy Oraan lloaplng procll turn. all St parking 131 II SlId furnlihod
landKopod IoI'u.1' 3Vk mlinfrom
: I Oolnoavllla. CWNIR WILL. t.,". POW msrtq.d. low domn Waltar lloddordJWK to tall with low down pay PI. PR .25.. lit 145. Phona' PR, 43070. PI PR 22102.S1.A ,
p'93t4iI lId 00171 morlh.' mint and 'Immadlata' occupancy." .
I kite tui
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,INANI.I equipped mOo
pot
1 'R. LI. kllc""" Ill ,111111" torn.aocrpl .
NI 2711 "
ly paymont. 043 Avs.or m NI 12th Ava. I BR I both Wantad T. I....
CPU M Llroa Family, lost .... homo 4 .bod- III tar cooIcing. ha.'lng.
!I i1t r. John Merrill w0sTWOD :: new 1 11II. I room 1 bath family. room chll.dronl M7M mOo til Nl' Ird A.... rear. acreon mo S3*porch.Nl tth alec II. range. 1100 WANT to cowl potRjrO for 30 IO 10*
living
In Call
p playroom tlroptoco PR i-otw
bam Colonial.' Control' A-C. treat, Coll McKlmtay Omen, ilne. cattia In Wxtrrn doll af _n',.
00 at 1111 NW Jilt 0,. IllS parma. 372-8404 room, beautifully 1 londKopadyird. I'IINCY; APT.. ",,..,. 5. _FR 13417 ____ 11I0,... 'R I-SOII.
Realtor I tow down poymont. lTt-1174 ........ ... .......... ........ ....1 .... _
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MULTIPLI LIITIN9FHONB or 37H6". CKR1STMAI will ba merry If you SiloS Acm Traditional' J bedroom, couple ar tingle .penon; c,traID
decide te buy reildence with aa ,
PR M4f4 and TV antenno. '75. Available '
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Hara la a valua picked I br. I many fine feoturoot handiomafireplace I bath homa with living room .
ASDC'ATI'MAIIICILLA Jon 1. Call 375.1741.EFFICIENCY
PARDIW bam homa naor OHt CM ft loIns raim. lOIfl will' aiparitl dining' familyroom __ .
A-C ponolod' LR with flreploce, out'landlng kitchen with ? Inod. APT5.
H IUCKHANNANVIRNON ,. ... built In Central
'ulll In study Wall to wall carpet Ill SH MO.
.' 'ULWOODADVERTISE Iarg SntrInCN loyst' and pAnty ether nlcatlot. .: :\\.m.J. ha.,. _Mlcanopy. exchange, 4M i SaM
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i. _6 I! r W THE P010yci of .tnra... AISOCIATIS. INC. drew In lladt within' Acroai a tow day occupancy ,* Now LIltIni Almost now I ..........,. 'ullor Oardon Apertmenta .

SERVICE DIRECTORY R24 W, 11.15 374.173* flexible tormoi tOMt t both centrally "heeled end air Ona and Iwo bedroom fumeioctrta TRUCKSALE
conditioned borne on larga ITO i 1.0.4 bad safunllIs4 Ill
11 I I I a. and do.. sir condltoned, control If SANTA by giving your family
Hoot. ttill mroa bedroom, two both: JOO lot 'In Wlmberly 111.,... kttcheni .naatlng .
Swimming mom.bortnlp.
pool
tl McCoy lull".,. (just loaf .. Duval He. School) MOO down HIM month.ly *7'n'O: ': popular lull In kitchen unit*. sir" condlllonl" block"tram. OWI..ml",
pool '..K.Y. .
one
CHI altar I I>M FR M404.Tor. 1O15
Nl.IthAv..undN.I.ZItht. 1..1.. Two bedroom hami In
Mod. .
4,000 Sq. ft. equipped for a total price af .... Ie_. From HM pormonth.
i riv, Now Moionry Homo* I '0. CC'. low 101 psymant s.dIlk. house N TIll .term will mike laW Condition 05054 lA-I. 16551 Reserve youre nowl Corner
Thn badroomi, Ills bo*, kltrhen living room, dining UII ,..** .. 110. II 451* "...,." floppy, too at enly" for homa builnait.Unlvonlty l-H. nth Avenue and lout
front trn, convenientlywn : or phono FR, ._. oily .000,' 055 h lad T....-.. 1744454
and utility room plus ,
room ond o large ilorog Aeraa New woililda' rotrlctod -
: Built on e me' size lot eomplata with plntifond FOR IALI OR lINT I IR kit lino 00 per mantnlIPARKLINu lubdlvlllon' of acre 1010. NEWLY DICOOATIO APT" CotI -
porch. ) Chrlilmaa tree,
located equipped Isis II."'. Fetter at a Favod itrootv Intlda Ion' IJOIO I_ lIud.vII lId 1105151' wit''
warehouse ,
echool 411 NW Mnd PU. Col4OM7 this ltnn.sculstl Ill,.. bod....... Comoro I42M Outtldo' city llrolt. out ...lId,... _rod. CatS, N_ !
goat . .$9500.00 Tumor Alllgood.CCI two bath turn hi Florida Pork
Tot.1| ,,1'0 IncMInf ilotln. ttiua NO CITY TAXIk berry .n-I29S or .n-nn.
i II lUll what you hava boon look- -
Klawnpeymonf only' . . . 150.00 space corner lot homo. I IR I bath largo .tall for. Laraa live IaN trooo 'IN ALACHUA; ana bedroom motolia
Monthly aaymanta (ineludlnf iissur.sos) CI.OO 11117 .IS.... boiIt.tilmnla, sad add .. Itw boautlful anting' anan Soy baton J.. .....,, 1st. tar Hans. home. prlvaro. 10'10 ...1. Sooth
I 4 Financing' I Is local (NO f.H.A.I IN I' rln,.. crtr.I' .*051. ISIS II 23111Au an acre lot. This" o .lovely aIled lulIrpligo af Alochuo. Coll 462-ieij or 554Challaf .
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leaving itato, aocrlilca i I t BR APTSAlrwndltloned
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*,. Py"''. 3615 ... la floora modern furniture. OnlyS '
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financing.Phono .. Com..ry. Ilosar AmsoltiiI I'.. PorrtihUNI 41r If.Fhona .
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yeera." Will' giodly, dlanioa at no O"'AO. 11000 .PICI"LIT atraot .. ...101": aak ftoort DID YOU KNOW? MARY I. Phona! 3754164.i'ilNT good body.
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ARNOLD amtt. .. 0. COIl NW Mtn A'.. and .pnona PR Nl location far only" 130 down
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TIIIVISIONPICtua 555150 Have been rent I n g .

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,nodsling = 55111. SlId 0.0054.5 a 015111 ISI
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ken... Meld ..",.... Horn DISCOUNT fMatl.. ,_. tor o.lr* umy.olwii. 230 N' 11111 A_ .roan will M yw low M INkng .C-- RI Mawo.l _
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PRICES a OCK.. 121$. can in- 11V Kohl .we. Mmt 0051 .1. IMPNLA W. P5. SIPS AYH. ICpO.
51 Othcg-DMk !_ W* underwit vtrybodyHENDUIX 0731. 129.. *p clrcw.llng ........ III TABLE SAW-$1$ ERNIE TARTLtR! REP. 'tl V4 FORO Stales WMnn kwd.od ..- .004 ADVEKTI'SI!: IN THE
MAC younew tar a mrlM aIM ..*X PIN O4lv ry. Micenopy 466-3310( Also Muik Co. Inc. with nh-M, MCIM aoMi fMr | P M.gond .
IIINT dO cs lint Mm WILLIAMS IIRVICI CENTER: Ill M I Av*. *.* WM 0' FO. SQ. fT. 01 elf tow at* kM La* DUO-TN0RM hMlor, I OTIt paw" FORDy I deer ,11I N
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and air conditioning "'.... ON IK. mw SIN Ploy pp.attiX 7 ms. dd. d,0. orthlngj > SIN East wouwr-dryar drnklSINOfR SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SAVINGSM OM. own VIM. 4 H. itaMIM 1,151 4 0.1, oN day 5 aMa..: I
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Uc..ITV 'UILDIN ort MAKII.REPAIR Cod PPJ WORK--.ON ALL .aid working, Monition ... Mm*. *te. Pay b*. *| llM r dln wi" .toot. 510. FR d4N4 MUSIC C0.W -.i"I fif'on van 'UY I W'ysn
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00101 ...- Air -. _. HOTPOINT Hurt call ortr Jimmy Cro* good .i dltV i, Hi, wcwimciMnor Auto (MMttwy 'TNI"DODGE
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PR .207.OPPICS WASHED Call 752-2453. Lok City. .OU'llIy iifTiiTD'NNlr1t lack*!. |U* M. ';.-CHIVY 401 MMT *ml* u, HIT PVICI1
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OIOC. rongo ond rfrlgrotori > monih or UI 00.10.Nal.nal for y0. East 50 Oldso.b/l. I condtlonln,. $nOQ c
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oil hoolira (OM with oultldo' KALI MODEL Amor. Ptyor tr.ln.I TYPE loll cINNO -- -- -_ 4 door Mft"r.y. olr'
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bay nadprn MNIcI II.'.... "luitiblill tldiraom slip idol cor, llghtod dhior, Itromiormon. Phil, c.ndiion. JOOQCin
: It IIJ4: E. UnhonltyHmtlwrn porch rocking' cliolni wi dining' ,11I_ Awarlvmw. PR 04315. I Z07 J
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Road. Thi Union Itpreientiy SwIvel, that" upholitorod h.at.
OPM and doing bull.MM. lOll with matching cholri' mist ILCC. and Unaor. .. 0 G MELTOt 4 door cuitom, todids
Koellont, neighborhood' living, room *nd bedroom tuml.hiri .. wood mwtvol typowrltor, gu 4III BARKLEYMOTORS 62 COMET $
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itoinod 511101 bAck chit 110 vacuum N. V* .
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trimIniliro to $1495. Ie
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Leech ot ," 15131 for lots. kltcnon uMnilll. PR Utin ELECTRIC TRAIN UOi Accordion" MILLER. 2.141. FE 6.7571 4 doourgmotie .
motion .r 37t-0291 altar 4.H lot Uspvcll..p O. IMt '.. Cnihalro HO loon GAMIIAIKUY'S @ 62 FALCON heater
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MM lor Iniormiiloo ., P1>.n. Ft 2-6 IIII 204 N. Mob 3.I 1112 1. M.IR SIooet Imp.lo ".'
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Northcdrrtrol Florida .radio 1teI1lstie -
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rifle prim' 441 aouth.Rntourant NI N. MAIN IT. PR t-7171 I nipiimiiilopi. S
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MOST STATES THROUGHOUT THE
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NORM LaCOE man of the roads and highway: and repair of state roads, foi r fund would go into actual road BlastWINTER
Saigon
Sun Staff Writer committee. acquisition of rights of way, anc I construction.The .
Florida counties, including Next to the sales tax, the for related road work. SACC program was draft* PARK, Fla. (AP) -i .
Alachua, have started a legislative -gasoline tax Is the state' Counties get 20 per cent ol f I ed within the past few weeks David M. Agnew, an American:
drive to take over management largest tax revenue producer, the 7th cent for roads and brld. ture Interim committee on 7 civilian: killed in a Christmas .
of several million accounting for 20 per cent or gee and presented to the Legislature ] r 1t Eve explosion in Saigon
dollars a year In gas taxes, more of total state tax receipts. interim coram ttee planned to retire here when his
In the 1961 82 fiscal roads and
now given to the State Road year, on highways at a
The state levies seven cents the 7th gasoline tax cent ral meeting In Lake City two weeks government service ended, his
Department to spend on county
tax on each gallon. Four cents ed 17S29,000, enough money, ago. a r rJ widow, Anita, said Saturday.
road needs. Is earmarked for the State to build hundreds of miles ol f, commissions, reeu Mrs. Agnew said she under..
County meeting
The effort Involves' the 7th Road Department. I rural paved road, or dozens ol f' in regional which stood her husband was a mem-
cent of tax on each gallon of Another two cents is provided miles of metropolitan highway groups to her of a special Intelligence unit
correspond roughly state
gasoline sold In Florida. by the state Constitution, to w+- +R w11 in Saigon but she did not know
road districts, are being ask. rs'
Counties complain the road retire county road and bridge Of this, the counties got $3,- the exact nature of his work.
ed to ratify and support t b estate
department is spending too bone's. Collections left over after -568,000. The state's share was association's program. Agnew, who was 58, had
i much on administration, too bonds are retired are split! 14,20,000. served the Navy and other government -
Two
between the state and the Individual unspoken factors are agencies for 30 ,
little on roads. I Closer to home, Alachua Involved In the tax years
Leading the effort is the counties.The County was allocated Just county gas she said, including work with
I State Association of County seventh cent Is providedby under $30,000 in October, from program.First is a dissatisfaction, at amphibious naval forces during
Commissioners. Sidney Martin a statute, enacted by the gasoline 7th cent collections. 01 f county level, with the road World War II in both the Atlan-
Hawthorne businessman and legislature, and therefore subJect this, $24,000 was given to the board system. Road board tic and Pacific theaters.
I Alachua County commissioner to change by the legislature -,stale to administer and spend! members, appointed by the Mrs. Angew moved to Winter
is vice president of the SAr in the county and just under governor, not only decide i Park last March from Arlington
CC. Jack Durrance, G sines.i Of the 7th cent, 80 per cent 6,000 was turned over to the where funds should be spent to Heights, Va., to establish a
vllle Businessman ,end county la earmarked for the state road board of county commissionersto meet general road needs, but home for her husband's retirement -
commissioner, is a former association agency, to be spent within specific 1 meet road needs. also where county funds shouldbe
president and is chair- counties for maintenance Elected officials His survivors include: a
spent. county
The state road
i
departm e n t.
however, does are silently unhappy that daughter, Lynn, 18; a son, Michael
not
spend all
that for road work. Twenty percent they cannot decide how most Counties complain they're not getting Just share of the state gas tax. They with the Marines, and
I'" or more is taken for administrative road building money is say the State Road Dept. spends too much on administration,too little on roads. three sisters, Mrs. Jay Laing
costs overheads spent to meet needs in the I r 1 I and Mrs. John( Randle of his
I counties. eral election. The amendment due to expire in 28 years, aft:hindered the power of countiesto native Waukesha, Wis.; Mrs.;
Counties complain they could Second factor Is the failure ofa [would have extended the 5th er which the two cents will no borrow for road needs, pledg- Charles Reagan of Oakland,
I II administer the funds at lower proposed constitutional i and 6th cent gas taxes to 50 longer be provided. Demise of ing gas tax receipts to pay off Calif., and a brother, Gerald-
overhead, meaning more of the amendment In the Nov. 3 gen- :years. The amendment now is the constitutional provision has long-term bonds. Agnew, also-of-Oakland.

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I ;, Counties Fight for Bigger Bite of Road MoneyBy Widow Plans Before Tells



NORM! LaCOE man of the roads and highways. and repair of state roads, for, fund would go Into actual road Saigon BlastWINTER
Sun Staff Writer committee. acquisition of rights of way, and construction.The .

Florida counties, including Next to the sales tax, the for related road work. SACC program was drafted PARK, Fla. (AP) -
Alachua, have started a legislative -' gasoline tax is the state's Counties get 20 per cent of within the past few week David M. Agnew an American
drive to take over man largest tax revenue producer, the 7th cent for roads and brid lure interim committee on civilian killed In a Christmas .
agement of several million:accounting for 20 per cent or and presented to the Legislature Eve explosion In Saigon,
dollars a year In gas taxes more of total state tax receipts. ges.In interim comas ttM to retire here when his
now given to the State Road the 1961 62 fiscal year, on roads and highways at a planned
The state levies seven cents government service ended, his
Department to spend on county the 7th gasoline tax cent raised meeting In Lake City two weeks
tax on each gallon. Four centsIs widow Anita, said Saturday.Mrs. .
: road needs. $17,829,000, enough
earmarked for the State moneyto ago.County Agnew said she understood
'I The effort Involves' the 7th Road Department. build hundreds of miles of commissions, meetIng her husband was a memo
cent of tax on each gallon of rural paved road, or dozens of in regional groups which unit
I Another two cents Is provided miles of metropolitan highway. ,esa ber of a special Intelligence
I gasoline sold in Florida. by the state Constitution, to correspond roughly to state In Saigon but she did not know
Counties! complain the road retire county road and bridge Of this, the counties got $3,- road districts, are being ask the exact nature of his work.
department is spending too bonds. Collections left over aft- 566,000. The state's share was ed to ratify and support the Agnew who was 58, had
state association's
I much o'n administration too er bonds are retired are split $14,263,000. program. served the Navy and other government
little on roads. between the state and the Individual Closer to home, Alachua Two unspoken factors art agencies for 30 years,
Involved in the county gas tax
counties. Including work with
she said
J Leading the effort Is the County was allocated Just
State Association of County The seventh cent Is providedby under $30,000 In October from program. amphibious naval forces during
is dissatisfaction
First a at
Commissioners. Sidney Martin, a statute, enacted by the gasoline 7th cent collections. Of level with the road World War II in both the Atlantic -
county
Hawthorne businessman and legislature, and therefore sub this $24,000 was given to the board Road board and Pacific theaters.
Alachua County commissioner ject to change by the legislature state to administer and spendIn members system., appointed by the Mrs. Angew moved to Winter
is vice president of the SAr the county and Just under not only decidewhere Park last March from Arlington
CC. Jack Durrance, Gainesville Of the 7th cent, 80 per cent $3,000 was turned over to the governor funds should be spent Heights, Vs., to establish a
businessman ;and county Is earmarked for the state road board of county commissionersto meet general road needs, tot home for her husband's retire-
,. commissioner, is a former as-,agency, to be spent within specific meet road needs. I also where county funds shouldbe ment.
sociation president and Is chair. counties for maintenance His survivors include a
Elected officials -
The state road department, spent. county daughter Lynn, 18; a son, MI.
however, does not spend all are silently unhappy that the Marines, and
t that for road work. Twenty per they cannot decide how most Counties complain they're not getting just share of the state gas tax. They three chael,sisters with Mrs. Jay Laing
cent or more Is taken for administrative road building money is say the State Road Dept. spends too much on administration,too little on roads. John Randle of his
and Mrs.
\ costs) overheads spent to meet needs in their I I
counties. era! election. The amendment due to expire in 28 years aft hindered the power of counties native Waukesha, Wist Mrs.;'
Counties complain they could Second factor is the failure of would have extended the 5th er which the two cents will no to borrow for road needs, pledging Charles Reagan of Oakland,
administer the funds at lower a proposed constitutional I and 6th cent gas taxes to 50 longer be provided. Demise of gas tax receipts to pay off Calif., and a brother Gerald-
overhead, meaning more of the amendment in the Nov 3 gen-'years. The amendment now Is the constitutional provision las long-term bonds. Agnew, also of Oakland.
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1964 has been en historic year-one of unJanraW.. Supplied byContractor's :
tal conflicts and of lumun drama whkh struck hometo : '.;.j.I':'v4' Supply
M 4f
I personally. ,
I 'you Keep its memory bright forever with this unique *: h '" .,."J'" j '' Waldo RoadGainesville

I volume-an annual!,'unlike any other which brings to ,.;\ Fla.
lifo the history of our own time.
j
It's a book: to cherish, to refer to, and above all
: to READ.

THE 300-MGt. HARD BACK VOLUME CONTAIN

Month by month the stories that struck home to newspaper

nadirs. Hundred of black and whit news photographs, displayed .

so you can appreciate them. About 24 pages of color j' :

photographs Maps, Including a double spread world map ta ; .. : t .

color spotting the years news event!. A chronology of tfio u', +4 p hA,, t i
year's major events for easy reference. An almanac of bask .

I currant Information OR u.s. and foreign governments, sports, / v : V

badness and economics, births, deaths and marriages.

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I', Plans CollectionBy
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+ MARGUERITE lion of the whole thing is tryingto tral Florida.In .

, DEADERICK Imagine just what each thing the Hendrix display are
San Correspondent was used for and I'm always petrified bones identified as belonging f

MCINTOSH High on Alvin trying to picture in my mind to a camel once Indigenous -
j jt Hendrix' list of New Year's just how these ancient Flori- to central Florida; baby
resolutions is one to finish the dlans really lived." tapir teeth, huge molars which
I : t. display case for the Indian relics A recent fine specimen was once belonged to a wild hori
and pre-hlstoric animal taken from the waters of the native to the area and a giant

remains he has been collectingfor Oklawaha River intact a claw from a prehistoric sloth.

many years.Customers large earthen bowl "Museum curators theorize It
t at his drugstore In "The stains of the fire are
was a baby tapir because an
"i McIntosh can then review the still on it," Hendrix points i adult tooth Is In position to push
natural history of the area. out. "I can just see the Indic out one of the lower teeth."
Collection of local artif a c t sand ans gathered around eating t Hendrix explains.The .
their identification has from this. It Is Intriguing to imagine of Florid Ready To RollFire

, .- been Alvln's hobby since be how it got in the water Museum University In Gainesville aids him Chief Leroy Spracklin proudly shows off Inttrluchen'a brand new fire

was a young boy here. "A Did the boat turn over In a in identification of the unusual truik. Hidden from view I lit the city's UNCUt unit which Is also housed In the
storm? Was it lost while the
course In anthropology at the items he locates. fire station. (Sun photo by Sam McOarvey)
University of Florida heightened owners were being pursued by
\ this interest in ancient cul enemies?" The young pharmacist encourages -.

, tures of this area," Hendrix One rare arrowhead he found the youngsters' in McIntosh .- New Fire
to become Interested In relics
! said "The zoological history of dates to an ancient Indian EngineInterlachen's
of the past. He helps them
the area is a natural companion tribe which inhabited the area
identify of the artifacts
Interest" prior to the Indians who left any
McIntosh Collector find and discusses th
Young Hendrix, son of Mr. the burial mounds. For identification they e
whole with them .t
McIntosh druggist Alvin Hendrix displays just a and Mrs. W, A. Hendrix McIntosh purposes it Is designated subject PrideBy

[few of the remnants from the past he has taken is a graduate of the a Suwannee arrowhead. lie length/ .I
[from the waters of Northcentral Florida Included is University of Florida Schoolof has war axes, tomahawk heads Hendrix has found his interest

[thiii large earthern bowl estimated by Hendrix to Pharmacy. He has owned and other lethal Indian weapons and knowledge In natural SIM McGlRVEY He said It has 1200 feet of I men netted 11,100 from the
and operated the drug tore in as well ss pottery shards history provides him with sub,- hose of event
[approach 1,000 years of age. The teeth are those of a Sun SUN WrllrrLYTERLACHEN 34 Inch 400 fret IV-
Mcintosh for two years. and other household equipment eel matter for speeches connected Inch.. Spraiklln credits
[mastodon which has been extinct for 50,000 years. With a Inch and 200 feet of Incidentally,
of the Items in his collection used Indians who Inhabitedthe with his work with the
X Many by of the
I (Sun photo by Fob Meeker) Gainesville Toastmaslera Club new fire engine, a modern firehouse The new engine replaces a a big share successof
have been Iou II d area long before the SemI- the to women
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!\'i._ and an active staff of 1924 American LaFranca 210-
fields around McIntosh and noles. The outdoor activity connected -
in who have been Invaluable In
firemen this tanker which Is being
volunteer com gallon
on islands In Orange Lake. La- The diving expeditions have with pursuing his hobby;
Us growth
of (00 has of the sdvertlied Air bids now The
If Irkky's ChristmasBy tely he has discovered most of ,also yielded many Interesting keeps him in trim to practice munity one He cited Instances to prove
in the bids will be opened Dec. 29.
best fire
departments
his treasures skin diving. He'sa specimens for tko zoological division with the basketball team he I The has Its own the point, then concluded, "Youcan't
bit reluctant to pinpoint locations of the natural history of sponsors In Ocala. area community .
SAM of his finds because the area lie discovered the It Is not hard to Imagine AI.vln' .I Their pride and Joy today Is water system, which provides get anywhere on a project
Sun Staff Day brand MO-gallon) I Inch mains and a network like this unless you have
a new pumper
.
people strictly hunting for souvenirs jawbone of a giant mastodon mother carefully removIng
There was a might I inadvertently Intact but it was necessary to the arrowheads from his but they are also proud of :of piping, plus seven fire hy the backing of the women of

istmas tree, ruin valuable relics. Mostof break it In two>> to get It to the pockets before she washed hiB their fire station, their firemen drants at strategic locations. the town"

(inkling of 1 t?.: his finds have been In cen- surface One gets some idea iso clothing when he was a little and rescue unit. I The rescue unit, donated by
Spied Irkky rustling tral Florida rivers such as the : the size of this ancient an- ''boy. She probably felt It was a But what's more to the point Hudson Pulp and Paper Co.,

keeping a safe Santa Fe, Suwannee, Oklawaha cestor of today's elephant when 'little too much when he began the residents support the volunteer through Putnam County and Smofcey Say:

the lights. or Withlacoochee. they see the teeth. It would bringing home four po u n d fire department flnan- civil defense channels, Is equipped

f He hopped from Included in his display of probably have taken a tube of mastodon teeth. But the results dally, through the city government with a pulmotor, a supplyof / AnDUNO 9109 Mt7NUi1tN4J wino Fiac
getting tangled with Indian weapons are two perfect druggist Hendrlx's toothpaste of her patience In her son's hobby and Individually In an oxygen and other emergency IN TNL w00osf

making a determined 1 arrowheads about the size of a every day to keep them polish- certainly will make waiting annual July Fourth benefit equipment.

went over to the tree I pencil eraser. ed. The mastodon has been for a prescription more Inter celebration. Speaking of It, Sprackltrt ,
himjwnat he "-sjl0in Pg "They were possibly,used by extinct some M 000 years. 'estlng-lf that son curried out Take the new fire truck, for said, "It Is s fine sssel to the I
[ 'Looking Tor ; the Indians on birds and small Other Improbable creatures I his New Year's resolution, that nitance. The volunteer firemen town, and Is called Into service

lie said, crossly. ." game," he--said_"The_fasclna-_ evidently roamed ancient Cen- s. raised $2,300: for a down more often thin the fire
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payment on the $11,900 truck: truck.
lot of very pretty "They are the city then agreed to pay off The present volunteer fire de- N 1s wStoabr

are but the not peppermint one thing to class, and J Group Seeks Phil Funds the balance by pledging revenue miUnent hal been In opera-
all me
I On being told he way, from the Increase In cigarette Ion only three yean. Mem-
Little Fold is

, date ed candles, along, with he said the, But they you'w have For Williston Golf Club Leroy taxes Sprachlln, who douh bore twice of monthly the department; one night m Is set devoted


of In brass at both mayor to a business meeting,
BO strings popcorn they had un and fire chief, said the new and the other to drills.
but ornaments! and -.kla.e with lr. "*iM
|ook cool but raise a I WILLISTON Application I ed, to come In and pick out the total development site. truck Is fully equipped, IncludIng The department la financed store! ta the fare.U
I Wee One backs everything, ]J' has been made to the Farm- the 1(0 acres he feels best suited The Hodori plan to build I 1 four sections of suction largely' through an annual I
cidentally." And he suppose you r's Home Administration for I to golf course construction several hundred country horn hose and an adequate supplyof celebration on July 4th, which

r bumper "should do In financial assistance In construcUon from among the 1.200 acres In I II es In the srea. hose.. it ),,*)ra.Lalt_ year, the flre-
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change the I of the WUll ton Highlands
" Christmas Comma-Commaeat said, pawIng Coif and Country Club. : 'C/Wi"
got your
"and and box, "but the Committeeman Royal French
I thank
you.
5kig it to the Police hssn'l asked I said the application was filed WintOM; CMkWFeast I Ifarmer


f.,fA'hrlstmai Icohol.poem) theme from but ,a and and meeting a do lot you on ol I last Levy Perry week County Jones with,, FHA In the Chlefland.agent office for of


listen to me!"I French said this Is a p r -
Ho hopped over'to out of reaching' mlnary application to find By BUZZ M1XSON which brought a light frost who knows no seisnm| Against my advice ("3 0 II, Sun

, kedaddled the candy box, out Just what would be needed I Sea Area EditorIn wiped out an entire planting of and "ones" his farming (litersly !. you Just don't plant wilermel.
able and helped more about IB obtain the loan of spprox- my dual Job as the Sun'i conch peas, okra and watermelons ) by the knees of hi* psnls. one in August I the off ...
hocolate. "And I Imately 100,000 necessary for area and farm editor, I have In the area This young farmer, whose outdoor son melons wire planted In pS 6.
lappy New Year, too! construction of the club. written much about fair weather Watermelons? la December? Interests Include tverythlni: spots on the east side of our U \

, hewing vigorously. : up and down Sidney and Howard Ho dor, : and foul and how it affected Yes, about three vines! survivors that lives and grows and everything house where a lawn had ml
I shook the old by a bee. "II Coral Gables, have donated 160 the farm crops of the area of a, small planting of that "Is Just there," yet been established. The seed andJDOWrfJNS
lon't know how happy your mouth acres of rolling land flvt I I've written about freezes Charleston Grays made late Is 11 years old. His name li used were saved by George

rhere's nothing but I find out how miles southwest of WillUton on that killed off the living green, last summer There were only\George Misses, and after some from melons we had eaten durIng -

>ver the world, and But no, you State Road 121, and have of. droughts that dried up tht two short rows of peas (about hesitancy, I decided his December the earlier put of the sum Ul there was enough for I
if it right here at let the world fared to build a clubhouse. :crops, floods that drowned 10 feel altogether) and the rows crop of watermelons deserves mer. I mess. The okra dliln'l have th(

"Oh, quit moaning I Although an architect has 'them and ideal\ weather conditions of okra measured! a total of some public mention In a few weeks long watermelon flavor ef a spring crop, but

mwrapping the foil Insult from not been picked to do the actual that caused the corn and about :X feeL even If .his crop did consist Vines were reaching out was palatable enough
: ut, and after popping the mark, and: planning on the Job, several tobacco to flourish. I referred to a "major" crop of Just two melons a 20pnundrr ever the established I. w a, I. Then cam the frost, wlp;
' outh continued I have I'UJh.I are under consideration I One recent crop catastropheI catastrophe because the plantings and a It-pounder; and caused me to do :Ing out all but a few akr e.
letter today then they I "What about nd one win be selected at a hesitated to report, though represented a lot of hard though he .Is the son of ncoosld.rable dodging with the plants and the two>> or thre(

teen. There's more I meeting of the WUllston Celt I _The last_ cold _snap we had" work on the pert of a_._young_ writer I o(_this_piece. .____ .._ lawn mower In the lata s u m- watermelon vines. Just twt-
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than ever before, I mean Course Committee early la imr months. melons were left m the vbtcil

I strides have been ; replied. "AH' January, French said. Then came the nest planting i snd they were "harvested" with,
areas of health for it now Is Sidney Hodor bas posted the project mull area I hiMl a rest deal of trepidation

cation, '. what you committee to have the architect planned to grass because of I Were they ripe or green""

vel" I it cheaper when he has been select- the need to scrip off a lot of I'm not an expert melon pick
""How about the surface clay was cleared off by .r, but from what I C'fJIIlde.::
member about how to Judge Unripe
Ceorge. Just prior to the coming :
3 Dies fruit, told to me by old
Boy of Hurricane Dora, Hay I
Relatives Make Holiday conch: pea and okra plants .nvergH :Unw growers I Juigwl then
melons to be at the aunt
In Accident from Die ground from
,
seed !kit over from our spring lag
Joyous for Orphaned Girls, garden So hey were plucked! frost
i On Cedar Key the vine and Uk"n kilo thitome.
I The hurricane rains fortu-
LEVnrOWX. Pa. (AP> 'grandmother, Kate Schaefer, 17, dill not drown the The largest melon was
CEDAR KEY A threeyearold safety, young placed on the dining table,
They were tiptoeing around at I The mother of the girls died With Indlvldu loving
boy kit his life here plants. and the family gathered" around
about lamand started open- giving birth .. Georgette In -1I I by George, the
given
H 1f' care
j jig presents ta the playroom at i March 1XL Their fatter died Inan I Christmas Day when be was : a) flourished during the as a it were a birthday cake
struck by a car M No. 4 Bridgeon plants I did the honors with a care'
about 71Ja Schaefer, 2S, said auto accident three months balmy fall I days. I think
State Road II hug knife and as the melei
Friday of her seven orphaned later. eatli
he knew plant on a personal
Kelly Randolph Eatman. J, ofArcher split revealing a rub,
open
ileces. "II hectic Ur dAunt
was a day a bails and petted It en tnelVtf
I was apparently fishing red interior, there were gasps
Christmas has been a Joyous la said to aa Interview when It made geed 1
I his father, WiOiara Ran uf delight from lilt ontoktri
time for the seven Schaefer air :Friday aight "But I think II'.'tank, vernlgnl pro dolph Eatmaq Jr. aid his The first slice of the watermelon
because of the efforts dAunt wonderful to be able '
en to de The watnllWl vines bloomed -
grandfather, Otis Carter, efftillidoa. went to George, _
Lis and the children'sEmployment things far the rl ldre. Tory *. the bridge whesbe profusely, but set much .court, and h* ate the out of
I were aO so thrilled with the, ran fa front W a car driven fruit would 'let" en them. It season delicacy with relish. I
'
'pr eatI." I by M n. NcQM Afford, ef Cedar might bare bteII.. to the look a sample bit*. Tha flaw
Up The Schaefer girls rsage ta, Oy. weather or some kind of plant ,e r warn' the best, and It was

STARK Employment at I age Ira Eleanor. 12 to Carter said a. tried to grab disease. I.'a |M sweet

he Big Dad V-'t Co. rose I Georgette, I There are ate, the boy but faficd The peas altar b i It ming But \to George It was IS sweet
torn III to II* hosing this I I Ueda.It, Barbers, Marie, I, flu Trooper J. K. Wade tovettJfatMg sew and putting on small pods sun ,w any melon set before a king.
year, according to James C I tjajce, T and Pamela S. I officer, s a It Mrs rumbrd to some kind at blight Mesl spring were going to
Saunders, local plant auaagrrRe The happy children bad asked AHort applied her brakes and i Winter Watermelon George did bane a handful I have som more melons, sod
made the annuurnrmtnlt I for-.and recenc4-4ne sort e1 I skidded K tot 'however, wbkb lie shelled and coma sad k
I 1 nme peas e r a,
!.. fcU
I, Cents Mluoo. a y...t "farmer" wk* know a sea*** M p UecemUr -
a Uxa annual Christmas areents that allIIrI.. girts i I The bey .u total to the ef heather went bate H with same lAd sweet corn and lonatoef.md ,
sntto )f..4 Walt
CJurtaU Gray kb elder, ,
dime for employs recently(Iwlllt dolls and toy Aolwt lace ef Dr. Donald Mcc y. to crop as store bought. peas The .krst J Just bop they will
kk sad .
rook biMtrily .*. George evrnlMlly sLarH hi* melon with tally
shim reporting that the coin games and toy animals and Winutoa. where to was ytkounced >I t. pads M they matured, were I b. Included as part ef aiy dins
aay Dad a good year l dothes tor the elder (!rlL dead en arrivaL cwrreally .1111' tUae fw a ayrta* r.p. toss wv.... w lie MI brought to see at a time Dno/J/ >7 that lima.Ie. .



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ShootingMars Charles Chestnuts Get Laughs $ { !

Quiet N..


Holiday Here !I Confusion From Similar Names


Christmas day In Alachua If Charles Chesnut III re fly and not that of the sender. bank statements. But like families -, calls to the proper destination.

County was marred by two I ceived a Christmas card this For months the two similarly more accustomed to such I "We enjoy a chat by telephone rw'i i
shootings, but on the bright week from Charles ChestnutIII I every few days," said
named
side traffic accidents were virtually he knew It was no Joke- families have received mix-ups-those usually named, Chestnut a Gainesville funeral
non-existent I and he could be sure It w i s the other's mall, phone Jones or Smith-they've patiently director, "it's nearly always
auto collision really meant for his own fam calls and occasionally even redirected the mail and about mixed up mail or mes-
Only one was nr '4 .....,,_.. __ sages. It's particularly confusing
reported to city: and county
law enforcement agencies during when either of our namesIs

the 35 hour period from misspelled.

U o'clock Christmas morning to "My family name !is Gh..-&-
11 a.m. Saturday.The n'u.t, his is C-h-e-s-n-u"
Ingle accident may be a The other Charles Chesnut

record low for the county, and HI (without the "T") is a jun- p;' ; '
officer It "It's
alone put some ior medical student at the University
thing we certainly didn't ex- of Florida of ,
College r '
pect. Medicine and has long since
The separate shootings, one of
grown accustomed to the con-
which was accidental Involveda fusion.

three-year-old. High Springsboy "''I suppose it's because most t !t
and two Gainesville Ne- !t
people don't expect a name
groes. like ours, normally unusual, to
Sheriff's deputy Win Phillips be "
duplicated he
said young Charles Douglas was confusion took pointed an unex-outThe Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chestnut III, and childrenwas

wounded in the shoulder by a pected twist about two months a bigamist Very likely the latest wrinklein "and not a one of them had
.22 calibre rifle bullet fired by I
11-year-old brother, Robert. ago when Chestnut was arranging "Several other people mentioned the confusing name gamewas all of the details correct"

Phillips said the accident occurred from a dealer the purchase here. of a car it as days went by, so caused by the wedding of And that, he believes, Is probably

at the boys' home Christ- "He' said 'By the wcy, con I supposed it was another mix- still another set of Chesnuts: what gave rise to the congratulatory
mas afternoon as Robert play- gratulations on your marriage up with the other Chit es Mr and Mrs. Wesley Wake- remarks to Charles
ed with the gun about 150 feet ,' related Chestnut "1 the last
Chesnut m. field Chesnut during
III and Charles Chestnut
from where his younger brother thanked I Chesnut
him, but added his
week of
was sitting in a awing. good wishes were a little be- I But probably not September. III.
The youngster was taken to lated, since my wife and I mar- Chesnut formerly of Gainesville -
Chesnut who in Jacksonville -
Alachua l General Hospital, I grew up "It's really of no consequence
ried In December of 1960 and
where he was listed In good con we have three children! and his wife Anna but who also grew up in to us, about the announcements
dition. Gene were married in Alabama Jacksonville, n ow a graduate the
"He Insisted he'd read aboutit In papers, although !
The other shooting, at CharlieSmith's Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chesnut III !in the newspaper, or someone last April."I student at the University, said we'd like to get it
Shop In the 1200 block 'else had, and was surprised he and his wife, Ann, were married
of 'NW 6th Place, sent Negroes heard about recent Ches straight said Wesley Chcs-
(soy and Ed Mahoney.An It wasn't me. I told him In Palatka!
John Smith, 617 NW 12th Ter. early morning break-In I Today In History again that I appreciated his nut wedding once In a while nut. "But wouldn't It be some-
and John Williams 807 NW 7th Saturday at 813 NW 7th Ave. congratulations but I'd hate too," he said, but paid !It no I "It' was In three news- thing If my name were Char-
Ave., to the hospital for treatment netted thieves $270 worth of articles to have my children think I mind. papers," he said, chuck! I n g, les!" .
They were released la- Including a sewing ma- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS: ministers announced th'ey had -- --- --

ter. chine, 10 sheets, eight towels Today Is Sunday Dec. 27, the I agreed to establish Internatlonat .
I held Booker T. ALlen
City police ,
and four wash cloths. 362nd day of 1064. There are
Negro, e1Z NW 12th St, for Polite said the burglars toot control of atomic energy
four days left In the
Investigation of the offense. the items from an apparently Today's highlight in year.history: Ten years ago-A US. team A Preview for .YOU.. Luxurious, All New 1985
A series of burglaries addedto unlocked garage at the home of On this date in 1944, Allied regained possession of the Da-
the Christmas crime count;, Geneva J. Stafford. Fashion Fabrics. Low Priced DuringDANt
forces rescued a V.S. force vis Cup Excitingly
and one victimized the University .
A key toting thief made off
trapped by the Germans at Has-
of Florida basketball team. with $60 In change during the Five years ago-West German
Campus police said the vandals holiday weekend when he open- togne, Belgium. chancellor Konrad Adenauer issued -
On this date
apparently two small ed a coin machine at thelnv a statement denouncing
boys and a dog broke Into perlal I Service Station, 420 NW In 1776 Congress granted antl-semitlc incidents In Co
the UF gymnasium by smash- 3th St.Police. George Washington dictatorial logne.
Ing a window. Once Inside, they are Investigating all ofthe I powers In military matters for
One
six months year ago-West German
which In-
went ,
on a rampage burglaries.
cluded: In 1848, the first train of the Chancellor ludwig Erhard arrived .
Smashing a movie projectoron New Haven Railroad entered to confer with President
the floor, breaking several PilgrimageWASHINGTON New York City. The railroad Johnson at his Texas ranch.
glass windows littering the (AP) Sen guaranteed a speed to seven
equipment room with socks elect Robert F, Kennedy D- miles an hour. Hitting the silk: Sky divers
N.Y., made a pllgrlmmage Fri- In 1918 President Woodrow
and supplies, and scribbling oh- plummet earthward at a speedof
.scene words on Coach N o rmlloan's day with his wife and childrento Wilson was guest of honor at
the National up to 180 miles an hour until
Cemetery
blackboard. Arlington a dinner In Buckingham Palace.
Only items discovered rnlsn- grave of ills brother, the In 1932, Radio City Music Hall their parachutes open. They s
ng were three game Jerseys late President John F, Kennedy. In New York, the largest of Its then slow down to 18 feet a sec
corn by varsity basketball I The family spent three or four kind In the world, was opened ond, or'less than 11 miles an
layers Tom Baxley, Jeff Ram- minutes at Kennedy's grave, IKN the Big Three foreign.- .hour.




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Jtffcoat Mr.1611 Hub.rt S.Neon Main C.Jetfcoot Sign St. L i N S TAN The Sun Money Finance Stare

33 N. Main Street
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A&P Food Store
Lester Partridge601S.W.2ndAve. x Raymond L Teistnorl
b.U. General Contractor
U.es Security BuildIng-
est t 1 II05 I W. University AveCorlton's
Mary Carter Paint Store
Robert & Helen Gerard
501 N.W. 8th Ave.
Dairy
U.n- 930 N.E. I 14th Ave.
ni. James Johnson
i.it Guaranty Federal Savings Horshel Coins
& Loan Association
itY Mr. Lao J. Thomas

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Central Hairstyling College,
Inc.
Winn-Dixie Stores
*130 N.W. 6th St. Mr. Odell Hines
U II 218 S.E. 1 lit St.
1410 N. Main St.
3421 W. Univ. Ave. '1 1 I IIII
High Springs, Hwy. 441
t Jones-Johnson Funeral Home
z Mr. Harold A.Johnson
311$ S. Main St.
Mathews Plumbing Co.
Hugh M. Mathews II
2327 N.E. 19th Drive
: \ : "? McDuff Appliance Store
Mr. C. Boyd Greene
Copeland Sausage Company 1121 N. Main St. '

Alachua Florida


Royal Crown Bottling Co.
Mr. Jim Hodnett
JoSnton' & Farit Seed tr 1201 E. Unlv.nltvAvt.
Garden Supplies
224 N.W. 8th AvenueJ. ,'.


M. Field Department Store Tswn flr Country Beeuty
Mr. Joseph E. Williomion Salon
1409 N.W.Z3rd Blvd. Ashley Beauty CanterUniversity
." 3424 W. Ave


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Jim Voytat Appliance Co. ,.Y ...... fltI. ,Gainesville Nursing CenterS
James & Anne Voylei "" ,! ( /!;Ei.-i.:;' .. T .W. 34th St. North of
419 N.W. 8th Ave. ,;;x.'oo :.,;1" "f _, Archer Road

There's magic in these sands of time, and as a child you were bewitched with endTHIS CHURCH FOR ALL.

Badcock Furniture less fascination as you watched the grains sift from one glass sphere into another. ALL. FOR THE CHURCH Henderson Lend tr LumberCO.

Associate Store The Church b the greatest factor CO.
Gibbs FurnitureMr. But as you grow older, hourglass begins to have a different significance. Now on earth for the building of charao Robinson L Henderson
Kenneth M. Gibbl the I of sand ( time almost I if i it snatched for and good cUltenahlp. la.store* 2303 NE. 27th Ave.
102S.W.1stAv.. you see grains as passing as wen being away home spiritual valuta. Without( a
from you. And there is a kind of desperation watching it go.Why strong Church, neither demorrecy
nor civilization can survive. There first Federal Savings' &

Gartner's Inc. ? Because never again I can we recapture these minutes i hours, days! are person lour shnuld sound attend reasons aervkvs why .very regularly Mr.Lean T. Wade A"',,.Harrison'

Mr. Harold R. GartnerMr. and support the Church. They 249 W University Ave
Virgil W. Harvard But let's not bemoan the passing of time. Let's determine to take advantage cf are:chndrrn..ek. For (2) for ,
his (3) the sake ,
U33S.MomSt.Fuller those grains of sand which we still cup within our hands. Its really never too late to of hit community and nation. (4)

begin again. God has revealed this important fact of life to us again and again throughlr r the oak of, the Church Itself Gainesville( Ole L.OpticiansMiss Rowan/
which needs his moral ami material
.
F.to.lllc. out His tc..hlr.D';;:. .? It for j.urself: by going to church. support Plan to go to church regu 805 W. University Ave.

Mr. Earl N. Davis, Jr. 1.lyond read your Bible daily,
619 I W. Univ.rsityAve.
Hughes fir Chestnut Funerel

.. ..... ...... Home
.yr'''ht 1984 KMl /: > .U .Rawls, .111. .. v. Mr. Charles S. Chestnut

Combs Lumber fir Supply Co. 18 N.W. 8th Ave.

Mr.. A. L. CombsMr. Combs- Sunday Slonday Tuesday Wednesday hursday krlday S.trday
Wm. E. Psalms John Romans
Jonah Luke Fphenlana I John
N.W.8thAve.ot4thSt. 87:23-29 3:1.10 15:11-24: 3:1.17: 8:1-11: 6:16-20 2:1217: Firestone Store
Mr. Charles I.
"Bud" Stewart
Sunnytond Packing CompanyMr. 304 W University Ave.


Thomas E. Hardee
1120 SW. 5th St.

Vidal Drug CompanyW. Holiday Inn) Resteurant Edwards Ivildlnf Supplies. Gainesville Production
Rain tr Owens Masonry Credit Association
L Copelojt. General Gaines Steak House Inc.
Bill's Meat Room, Inc. W. P. Bourgeois Co"tr.cto"llIc., Mr. John H. Hinrormlttor,J,. Mr. Merry C. Idwerds Mr. Henry M. fresco
Mr. H. Cobum Rom 1900( S.W 13th St. 4310 S.W. 13thSt.McCellam .
Mr. Frank James 1 102 E. University Ave. Mr. W. R. Owens 726 S. Main St.
Ernest RoughtonIOOlNW.4thSt.
1423 NW 7th St.
Alr-Wey Dry Cleaners frWasherette Hawaii's Business CollefO- Drug Company
Secretarial) Courses Crowd.Nursery 1124 W. University" Ave.
Mr. William L. Glasper Merle Mermen Cosmetics 2l8W.UnlvanityAve.Geinesvllle I Mr. G. H. CrewderOranoe 1324 E. University Ave.
Town Tire Co. 202 S LI 14th St. Men orie C. Butler Heights' Rood
Mr. Ernest Turbyfill 513 W. University Ave
605 N.W. 8th Ave.
Jim SendersConstruction
University City Television Grenrte tr
Coble Co.. Inc. Marble WorksMr. C.
522 N. Main St. Irewn's Tesace Service& D. Roy Le.e Yellow Cab of GainesvilleJ. Mr. Robert! I. Brows Mr. Gerald D. Head Ce. 2604 N E. 19th Drive
Wallace Brown 1206 W. University Ave 2135 JE. 4th St. 929 L University Ave.
Phone 376-6411
University City lend Bonk ./ Hewtherne
Mr. I. L Pier,.. .' MI.lobs J. T.ylt
1II6WKeppers I University AYe. Cabmen Kerosene tr Feel Home ef flowers Hawthorne, Florida!
MarketMr.
Gainesville Uvestech
Marion Finance Co.. Inc. Oil Mr. .....14 Wheeler. .
Lassie H.
Mr. George L. ERiS M,. H. L CeI.... 919 I W University Ave. Thempte
222W.UncvenMtyAveGete C-lac.Mi. 372-2842 N W. tlh St.M.l4i. .

Chos. H. AkfemsN l.r..LI.4..,. /I...
.W, 23rd Blvd. Mr. Thomas I. Spencer
City Mattress .. .'. 1302 Main St.
N.
Mac's Dnw.- Restaurant Awte Class
KiriMtrlck& & ,,,,...). Inc
& Carpet Wtrfcs
Publis S. .nMrliatLyne I. A..1I4 H. f. M e vilaVs u4
Mr. A. D. Chamblese DeveUfartIJC8S.Mo.nSf. .
Cfcepme 1 323 NW, 6th St.
818 W University Ave. 1014 N. Mom St. .


Howard Hall Agency. Gullo" Driv..la
Insurance Jerry's Orr..-.. Restaerent foo Fair Stores Int..,... Mar,... Typewriter Agency One H..r MertUlsloe./ end
Mr. Howard Halt Mr. H. Paul Mae.r4 l349N.W.23rdAve. M,. T. A. Nielsen William L Mereaa CleanersW
605 NX. lit St 2310$.W. 13th St. N. Main at JOrhAve. 7ZON.W.lJrhSt. 901 N. Mom St. l.... I. V.. Winkle. Sr.
Four GoIne1ViII. Locations



This Series of Messages Is Made Possible by These Businesses Whose



Desire Ills To Awaken Our Citizenry To The: Need For Divine Guidance



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PRICES GOOD THRU U. S. NO. I YELLOW

WIN DECEMBER OIIII:TOIIH 31ST.INO. 5 lAG 39 Cheese 8.oz Pkg: 29 W-D BRAND BONELESS FULL CUT ROUND

TASTE 0' SEA FROZEN FISH TARNOW PHILADELPHIA
Bob Who Sticks 3 -1. Scrapple u. 49x Steak Lb. 88
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ALL SWEET SWIFT PREMIUM' CANNED

BACON Margarine-27x Ham 4 /29 Roast Lb. 88FI



u391"L' PINEBREE2E Eggs Sour BREAKSTONE Cream Roast Lb. 8,

"A" FRESH FLA.ALL WHITE GROUND

2DO 89? 1NT 391 Beef 5 PKG $195.


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Rye Bread Loaf 19 REGULAR 2/23 BUSH MUSTARD.TURNIP-COLLARD

REGULAR 191..DIXIE Greens 3 300 25
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FRESH REGULAR 3/$1. DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE.GRAPEFRUIT
P 39 EXTRA STAMPS WITH CRACKIN' GOOD POTATO
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Budget soy Terms, "Charge If, \ Jon toUlllt 9thWE'RE
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MAO TSE-TUNG MAKING ROOM FOR NEW STOCKS.we're cleaning out and you can clean up!



Mao,71;; SEASON'S END BIG, AFTER-CHRISTMAS I


Time To PRE-INVENtORY SAVINGS ON 1-2-3 OF A KIND ITEMS a

BICYCLE


Retire? ..

Ji SALE
By JOHN RODERICK ,

TOKYO lAP) Mao Tie-
lung, last great figure of world WASHERSDRYERS
communism, became 71 Saturday 95
amid talk that he soon may t \ Now Priced 29
step down as chairman of the ; AS LOW AS
Red Chinese party. I Ixs

A Peking broadcast said Mao r !
had cordial talks with members 4 BRAND NEW FLOOR MODELSWASHERS 1
of a live-man Algerian military
delegation in Peking but otherwise
was silent on his activities.At .

71. Mao Is Idolized by
many Chinese who regard him
as the father of modern China. 14700WIT
f Priced As Low As
He is reviled by others.Internationally. .

the stubborn MODEL WA 530ADRYERS
unyielding policies of violence
and revolution he advocates
have earned him the fear and 1
enmity of not only the United .
States and some Western powers
but the Soviet Union.
9800WIT
'" Priced Al Low As
Poet historian, classical scholar
author of works on guerrilla
warfare, Mao towers head and MODEL DE 4ZC.A L'L
shoulders above any other individual __
in international communism BRAND NEW FLOOR MODELRANGES
now that his areh-rtva
toppled from power In the So
viet Union. .
There has been speculation, :
some of it originating in Communist ;
circles In Peking that '
Mao may step down from his Priced AI 12600Low
powerful party chairmanship.He A. wit
Is described as In precarious
health although not all accounts MODEL J199 fif _
agree an this. Should he!I .
da so, his word still would carry BRAND NEW FLOOR MODELREFRIGERATORS '
. Height with the party faithful.
\ For, in the last analysis] ,
Y.
: whatever China is today Is the .
r handiwork of this hard-headed .
son of a Hunan peasant.
In 1911 hen Dr. Sun Yat '
sen's revolutionaries had toppled Priced AI
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the Manchus from the AI aim '
celestial throne and established Y' M. vJ8 out'
ONC
the 10- -old] Mao wads
4 a republic year MODEL TA U.SA clear I
j celebrated by cutting off his I
fO 1'11.'A'l' ito
I pigtail.But barB /l
the republic that Sun| the
founded faltered and the country :,'[;>: ,16.1 J'ON
remained divided under dictatorial '1; .R
and warlord rule until n A ettead

the The 19-Os.backbone that Sun'swavering I 5 {..., If.1A If--. .CI) S

lacked ,
revolutionaries eUsgepV
was supplied fcy the newly successful "" J I D.stgn" lV ets
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Bolsheviks of the Soviet .

and Union helped who sent form them the Kuomln-advisers I NOW 12400Lw.w.4IiW" Free Installation On All Tires Ire s

tang party along Communist .I'/J A
lines.
the same time. aluo;, MOOIl PAM 201 LIKE NEW
At about BLUE RIBBON
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under Soviet patronage. Mao] Terms as Low as $1.25 Weekly NO MONEY DOWN J

and a handful of Intellectuals I/ USED TIRES CHANGEOVERS :
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created the Chinese Communistparty ra FLOOR MODEL TV'S
on a riverboat In Shanghai Many Ire original Fe h.ld" of ct.." pl....
':. WJ AND RADIOS $ 0 equipment tires ..4 H'io"e' e"I, C.,4.
These two vital young lories Start 25 Y.wr .eulI"t will bepeed
fused together, led a military AT LOW LOW _hll. w. tw.uni yr.ur 'Ir...
march on North China which a s low as PRICES
resulted In the overthrow of the ,
northern warlords and appeared eDfus fax.rnA your retcppablt fires
to bring national unity within 19" M203 Portable 12900 NO
their grasp ALL-WEATHER "42"WITHTOFSYN
But In 1927, the Kuommtang 100DYU' waTlo" WIDI ... Buy Now!
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and Communists fell out and in _. -v IIMITSUtKNTII. MM
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the ensuing bloodbath Mao and JJOWll .r.Mier.MnMaL loN.n.n...9H.YTp**,. 1

under his young ground.revolutionaries went 19" M616 Table Model 13900 fort II' It .tee.. ......1.-,,Ktp4' tn4..,MMf....**. Stll 7

Mao who led a 'Ion, march rW".ItWK 0eoO*..v h.ru,.u"..., LoW i d I .
of miles .., _. 'c. i ,? -
retreat of thousands "'.IN..H. St ICs P I ,.
23" M755 Console. 18800 .tI(
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the Chine coast to northwest ..... .. r 'w wd
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China. became bud of the nee tee Lasts t long I ," /
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party In US 23" M745 Lo-Boy Console. 19300 ,.....,nlna .... cw+.....qCoo.-. 1N s k
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toward the West for r .4
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event that contributed "NO Brake
The next SAFETY I
of China $' :5()
to the unification CREDITREDTERMSTAPE" ALIGNMENT t CHBCK
of
war the Japanese invasion 6. ,
China That menace brought lie IMOneae4eso4Av SPECIALS I Adj.rt, r..k fr./ rII s$ and
warring Communists and SaUMialists !Lac.I ftNf-IoIO ones k.art.a.eb.ek a..ls.! HR TAKK YOtJQ'All rg jug txrmtn ".'I..,.. CHARGE UP1
together ins brief but -\ f .
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When World War Headed. the

Communists of Lain and controlled soon,thanks a to third the We need the warehouse space by January 11 Special' year-end closeout' F R E E

IhccrMfulnMS of withdrawing .
Soviet armies which left behind GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE
large clans of Japanese arms LOWER HALF
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take
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wto of \lie Biblical capital

.that f Kabbah.King David B ,vas enamored Raboaf>> .> Open 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m.'HI 6 p.m. Saturday CLOSED NEW YEAR'S DAY

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DEAR ABBY 11IEM LMTUEEK ISTARIW! 5TAOTEP'MNat 7J 1TIRiSBAM COUNT THE EVe MlWTEf r AMP NOWITS
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i a .... TO COUNT THE HOWtf- THee M6KON05-I COUNTED
Whrt'i your fnUtmt" ftc ...- } I EVBtf SECOND UNTiL CWWTMA '
S CNRISTMAS_ 'ALL OVER!
I w Foot Sore .ral Holy w.it. t* Abkf, In 1365 ),

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DEAR ABBY: I recently came across a picture in the DEAR ABBY: Please tell me If I have a right to be tJt.1p.I !!IJ,, r BECAUSE BASIL RATBONE IS THE MOST )
paper of three women as they stood In the receiving line at resentful. Apparently my husband's mother doesn't know I'm hesjustanOrdinary IMPORTANT E TUREOM EARTH//

a tea honoring Lady Bird Johnson. They were Mrs. Frank alive. She writes l letters to him and they all begin "My f MORE IMFAWnNT THAN
Lausche and Mrs. Stephen Young (the wives of Ohio's Senators dear son, Bertram." She never mentions my name, but she w Meet house-Mouse, UiOWARDdOHNSOM? J '
) and Mrs. Anthony Cclebrezze, the wife of our Secretary dues inquire about our children. Her letters are always 10 no different ;l
of.Health, Education, and Welfare. They were all beautifully or 12 pages long. U she would send a small "regards" to I- I .; from billions I YESfT
dressed and bedecked with orchids. Both Mrs Lausche! : me In her letter it would mean a lot of me. I never did ( i' ( i i) Mother MORE IMFfcWTlNT +\
and Mr,. Young were standing In their stocking feet! Now anything .to hurt her I am a good wife to her son, and a < BasilsRatbone I "" Pests- THAN HAROLD WILSON? / ,

if this doesn't convince the shoe Industry that their shoes good mother to her grandchildren. She lives a long way from r I .'! '
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are killing our feet. I don't know what it wiU take. here and we don't see her very often, but she remembersthe d ',..o.YES. w
I would appreciate your opinion. children with gifts and my husband, too. I wonder if 4l1. Why pay THAN MORE HAROLD IMPATINT
RUTH aim she knows her son's wife Is living? I asked my husband any attention STASSEN?

DEAR RUTH: Amenl The Senators' wives should hive once, and he said, "Mother Is a little peculiar" Should I G tohim. ? sea.

urged Mrs. Celebrezze In get the message to her husband write and introduce myself to her? :::..-.:::=:::-.. ,(4'I ADDING? C1,?,
In the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare StylIsh a IGNORED
; but uncomfortable shoes, are certainly affecting our health DEAR IGNORED No Perhaps your husband was being -
and welfare. And the answer could be "education." kind. By "peculiar" he might have been trying to tell yon 1 004 WHEN WILLYff I
that his mother's mental horizon Is pretty narrow. Don't de- 1 004E4 GOT LOST IN EVER L'ARN Yong !
mand that your husband account for his mother's actions. JUGHA1D!! TH'DADBURN WAY .ACK FROM
DEAR ABBY: I would like a few opinions on a problemI've boa probably as uneasy about his mother's attitude a. yon WHAR ON AIRTH WOODS r" TH'ANAILDOX Tk:1 /
been having I was going with a man of 60.1 am are and equally helpless. HAVE VE BEEN FER
4t. I was very fond of him and he led me to believe that I5"4 TH'PAST SIX-SEVEN

the feeling was mutual. Three weeks ago he asked me to DEAR ABBY My father was very sick last winter and HOURS?
move Into his house and live common law with him until he was told that he wouldn't live through the night. He
we found out if we were compatible. He lays at our age called me to his bedside and asked me to promise him In '
there Is nothing wrong with it If we were teen-agers, it front of my mother that I would marry "M", I am 18 : f/Lz'
J would be different. Of course, I flatly refused. He said if all and "M" hi 30. I never loved "M" but my father wantedme ;
I wanted out of him was an escort, I could count him to marry him because he was half-partners with another JZ (
out. I enjoy his company Should I go out with him again If he fellow in a luncheonette. My father got well and now he
asks me? He has money and could get plenty of other en
says if I don't marry "M" like I promised, God will punish
women. me. Can you help me, Abby? I _
TROUBLED AFRAID
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DEAR TROUBLED) I say let one of the other women have DEAR AFRAID: I am sure your father meant well, but NMATA TREAT! lit CAlJTHESB SLIDES ARE TRULY 'NO LENS. NO TTHATb
him. She can also have the pleasure of moving In (to find he had no right to ask for such a promise. Even though JUNIOR AND I HAVE DOZENS LIZr, DIST SMITH AND | FINE PICTURES OF THE NEGATIVE. VOU \ 'A-
out If they are compatible) and perhaps wind up being a you promised to marry "M", yon made the promise under OP PHOTO SLIDES WE *SAM AND'MRS.CATCHEMjwoOM" AND MOON VALLEY. EXPOSE THE CAMERA?
housekeeper with sleep-is privileges. Respectable couples (at unnatural and unusual pressure. Be true to yourself and fear V TOOK ON OUR HONEYMOON. M 0' MOON MAltfS e uMeRRA ENTIRE PLATE -

any ace) still get married before they live together. no punishment ,:I'. WOULD THEM VDU Lit? JTO-SEF AND-INST.I4PICTURES.





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Rafto I:00 0 Midday fur their concert-to discover feiUirt
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Color) "The Hour of the buddy Neil Schettk who (JOmin.) 1 n News Weather thryv no place I. "Tall Story. (IJM n M<. tIns'" //iW//i ; CallIrIULADELMfL

Tiger" Garth cattle are has the habit of peppingup II:30 O CD .......'Cane. CO (CoMe) T.V. Bla,. to play-lhe park has A tall girl enrolls .la '1:31 O My Intend! nitls
landslide doling out small favors (Color) Scheduled guests F Focus beell closed for new contraction a| 1:06; O 11..11.. \ (lAP) -Donald -
trapped by a ] roflef sated for H* outstanding -
Gueit Cast WO-
I 31 0 As she World Tim Oreulta ChrUtnu
and the only way out is and. then asking for Include eometUn Norm : basketball O Dig This turkey
fam
herd big ones, II back ill town I Crosby O CVUlmas levee Its Boucher, Ellen Corty this year cost him dearly _
drive the across Mess"Soot
to PerkiM Jan CO
L'IIICGoImtr' Anthony
Omtr
30 Ie.
O
fjl
:
CD Coke Let Ml about a.oo.Orcutt. .
Antlo -and his visit promises ) s a M
rancher Junlus w s Fonda t "Wonvrn tt Pit- tt Pslf/ac.
THURSDAY
land. But till crippled Ant- to be an eipensiv en. Deal going to hsv an cerise bland" IH7) Th 1:30: U %t.,4'7 DeeMsPesmure of Drexel Hill, ,.., Is
low bitter hatred for the Petnes. Moraiig aid AftrnooaI I:SS ID Newt opportunity to dril| the an ading Uutaunl In th*
nurses a to 117 th htand
*
and 1.M 0 P*... rda pUtoin.. and hes gdling year s.: Drnrl Hill pnUt' department.
toward Garth CD Ontoaad Harriet inhabitants Include Attack and
mar cbtlt I 5
.00 0 Seaukia' Ahu.. his
from grand
Urtu Ymg pointers IU dldn
be
want to s victim In'a
let th catpus.
he refuses to -.ws of tile mutinous Town.
U Guest cast Includes Dune, Dave and Rick I:IS 0 SwMbiaw Alouu CD Kfrrial Fr WmrmTh faBer a retired Cavalry Bounty crew and their O Lloyd TbaitfuS wave of Christmas thefts (hatswept ;
find themselves to boa TV
a a Making
srrgeinL
Mmace of
.
Age the
Cefy Carrfflo and O Seethe k.k'IZS wives and Wfs I.JI 0 Spurts Review area
awkward situation when 1.0...... dranuUe debut hi the ring I
Tom Tun7. CD LIvIng Wards Party James Craig, Lynn &s-j :IS 0 >. they re discovered' alone o Dwtwt rule' at Grandpa Pyl to
O Mister Ed Ike f:30 O WrU (1'UlsatieeEJCoo.p.IMesle $nerleCoflwh.lor Z rl (Three hours) j jI I Lt H. LOU Eve church services, M bid a
in a restaurant on .
I M 0 T. Tt B Tk Tr.4 small strong bns in lhs broiler
WIlbur wants Ed to take wrong side at the count-- n CO AswUVr W."14i years starred. radio I 11)1 I: 0 fD 'C....' JtyI I M 09 wrniliogI Pa4 section of tile rang ie... H.
4 30 0 CIJ West
nnander Herbert Baa'ning er-and the cash register ':15 0 ,....,'Study :n 0 hewn as Afcoer to the "L. Canoe was sure no burglar would flunk

for a ride but Ed checks out S3 short CD (Color) RL Sri J.. rI I:JO 0 le.wl YM IM'I Uja -:.' Abner" :M Q) Meole"Creature I 4 U 0 Poombul Cral/al AaMfk-a I to kwh (her*.

bah I:M O Cart Williams :SO O Farm sod Bow TV w MUM 1 I I'.00 one...MM from the Slick' I:to 0 Wittsu-a Broir* During) the service Orcuttsuddenly

O New OrteaM Jars Mr. BurUardt thinks 7:M 0 (D Today. O r.,.y.'s role CUmM: to "Th Tal- Laplll." (lK'4s iii all Am. I:. 0 Porur Wagener rwwmherwl The bird

"Kings ITI Tracks ida of submitting 0 Ural. howl, I:00 O Match CM Ctltei. HltttMOf wlMMUScnl << aiusj .la<...... a Kalhphiblvw / *,. I 01 0 !'Wa'lll" .am'| DM only thing roekmg at
:M O My thIng DIll Feawkk personnel: WeMhrr O Vrrri .term to wif kJJIIIt,. .. Gill-lUa. to caps lIe 0 Dey'ty hum*. lie rushed ROOM and

After comparing herself aa efficiency study is 7:OS O Kutrr Hal CD H.rkiebrny Booed thmks bis algkbrAoVumn Uvaied by the girl M scl- 03 0u..1 Seam found the bof glowing goWto-:

to the taintless R lie da, fine fftt-..u.* tears af 7:SO 0 Local soul WesuVrI ISO Ness Halberd and _!lie espxiiuiMi.' RJrhard > f 00 0 Jimmy JarIrUul but

dtnjui allied Iren feels hell be among thaw .00 0 (spools K *f vo I:30 O U.,. II T* Beaver Ml Dp to Stmat Templar, Carto. Julia Adam 1IS (0 Sown. *e.sket Inside wore the. charred remain -

wefi 0y Inadequate.DcawMarjr lot 0.00 O W ore* Court O Be4 of Crows* I t. arv. It. I *. Richard Desninf.AMuni ." 7.30 O OD Yt tfff of tat: la cash nd vaniabt .
0 1alcnJl" O sWWbr fatter 421 .4o.l* :e.. 0 m ... ... I .
0 Midweek I II II"T1Ie af'/.... (Ol O foible CJaoa p.p rs. plus the molten goH
Bcrkcstav ID |Cor tamper tame Plunderers' ....., host,a..., I.. a CD )It. >Uo. of several rings and .



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SB GaimivilU Sun Sunday, D.e.mb.f 27, 1964I

Baby, Left for Dead by Mother, Found Alive After 60 Hours in Cottonfield I

By ROBERT K. WALKER condition," but would be kept ported Christmas Eve that her I When she came out of the fields for the body Friday. Wilson Officers said Mrs. Gregory Police said other chargeswere things that caused her to panic.
that another child
i PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) A. overnight in the hospital for ob- considered and Mrs. She also said
baby had been kidnaped from house Mrs. Gregory said she another officer and Mrs became "hysterical" with happiness being had died of pneumonia at the
I 14-month-old girl, presumed servation. the car in front of her home. found the child's hand was limp Gregory found the child, lying at finding the child alive. Gregory will take a polygraph age of six months.Mrs.Gregoryhas
dead her mother and aban- Mrs.
doned by In a cottonfield on Christ- Two policemen, and Police said the 27yearoldwoman and she thought Tammy was quietly on a jacket. She was Mrs. Gregory, who has been test Monday. another daughter 8 years
Wayne Gregory Tammy'smother
later changed her story. dead.' dressed in denim married to her husband Her former husband Tam
mas Eve, was found alive Sat- found the child In a pants a present old.Wilson
urday after spending 60 hours In field south of nearby Mesa. Mrs. Gregory said she had Sgt. Evan Wilson said the sweater and bad I Jacket with a about six months,received a 30-. my's father,lives in California. said the woman had
the open. They had thought they were left Tammy In the car outside woman drove U miles to the hood on."She day sentence earlier Saturday Officers said Mrs. Gregory Just had a family quarrel, and
Doctors said Tammy Lee looking for a dead body. her home, with the motor running -cottonfield and left the child. didn't cry until we morning In city court for mak-told them Tammy had been ill said she was upset at the time
-Jones-was-in "extremely- -.good---_Mrs. Gregory _originally_ __re _to_keep_the_child_warm Officers began----to- .check-._- --the-- picked- -her. -up--,"-said--Wilson.--- .ing..-_-a__false- --report.- ____ n__ lately-, and- -that. --is-one of the-she abandoned the child. :..

MON. TUES. WED THURS

Quantity Right Resmtd

I At Cape


521 N.W. 13th Street




We, CotiheLYKES Il1d2( .R fFRESy




"SUGAR CREEK"

SMOKEDPICNICS CARTON

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I KCoe s HoSE?

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10 C
LB. (L/4l, ., .
MR c0cE
D PO US t

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29 C A MOUR d Ply ER ss

"PARTY SLICED" wax
COLD CUTS IN TILE NEW YIAS! 51L'SEOa


LEAN, FRESHBoston II III / O
I Butt lb.39* ..LIVERWURST BOLOGNA Iii t 1 tMp EOfO .

U.S. CHOICE "FLAVOR-AGED" BEEF MINCED LOAF "HICKORY SMOKED"
RIB STEAK Ib. 89 lull HOG JOWLS ">. 17' _
OZ c "HICKORY SMOKED"
Round U.S. CHOICE "FLAVOR-AGED"STEAK BEEF 89 2 6 PKCS.: 49 HAM HOCKS lb. 29'"THRIFTWAY" "PEt"

THICKED-SLICED
I U.S. CHOICE "FLAVOR-AGED" BEEF BACON 2 "". 89' IPETI C"APORI\
A CHUCK STEAK lb. 59'LEAN 4;, ARMOUR STAR" COOKED D.

"ALL MEATSTEW B-B-Q RIBS IK' $159 I, t 41I4f r .
I BEEF Ib 79' FRESH "100% PURE" 1r r oEAT5 v

If\ "ARMOUR. STAR"Canned Ground Beef 5 &*. $195 [ P I LK'j { .
4 LB. FRESH "HOME MADE" PORK
Ham cAN 2" SAUSAGE lb-39' 8
II l. '
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-- f AC947rc
i BAKERY :
\ wS0" Till.EXTRA_.... "" For Those PartySANDWICHES 'tiORRTf8 ly 1:
II ':'.::.:' II. POTATOES 000 O KPOTATO O0(1.. iS,
+ l "EVER FRESH" 'LI OR

TW5c'AK CHIPS 1 10 LBS M BREAD 4200 85- -C/,
Clll.-n:.."Tw.1.Teas, + VENT-VU BAG 'EVERRESH" 6 LAYER

i ;, 59c Jelly-Ring Cake EACH%- 39'

EXTRA_....
rz_ 1-DAIRY m
w. w --
-- I
[CHEESE "FRESH 'N CRISP"GREEN KRAFT'S "'HI DL HIA"I

PIZZA.. Cream Cheese 8 OZ.PK8..' 29 B

.. 6c "KRAFT" ASST.CHEESE.
::-"::' "Tw I WAY" Cabbage LB DIPS CUP- 49 -

"SEALTEST" GIAN'rII
"FRESH 'N JUICY" "FANCY GOLDEN" EGG NOG .O&"PILLSBURY" 89' p/G
50 EXTRA FLORIDA I III .
tM. ',' IiHI OR 8ALLARD"
II
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20M. ..... 6 for s I
c-$1.00. .. "TM."WAY"... IbS. -T- r (LIMIT,
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2
"""" 11M. "MORTON" CHICKEN BEEF b TURKEY NOo' "'ITI1
2 5 C j POT PIES I 5 \0%. 99' f 0 ORt)RoI
I !IS ,,' E.js! }Ot MORE
50 EXTRA c .. se n sun TO I'I'"I.
w W."roUND N // 1 3 c ::: SEE"MINUTE THE fE'JIII1I'i MAID" I I 'j I II. IJ

I. 12 ;.K c. GGQ ORANGE DELIGHT .6 os.con lOc I "BUSH"
19c ORANGE JUICE 3 6 0:. cant 89e
c_w,:':.:a.:?.'"A'" v ORANGE JUICE 12 ex. con 59c BLACKEYE fl
PEAS"SUNSHINE"
_
SO EXTRA "fUGA" "ALAIAM GIll" HAMBURGER

ww.ACC / Blackcyc Peas 'Rff 10' DILL CHIPS .1 RZ' 29' NO. 303 5 C
"a Iii
E oPeSS" m\\ "UAMARtiu" LONG GRAIN "KOBEYS" SHOESTRING CAN tier
t ROAST. ssssl, RICE . K POTATOES ."u 10'
COM* IM "TM..JlTWAY" (
see Ttw* DM. M. J CIRCUS ASST. "SHOWBOAT" (CUmit: 3 Please.) pLIDaySaLE
Fruit Drinks. 4 **i*"'- $100 Pork & Beans CANS $100 ---- -- -
mNCH-S- "LUNCHEON NAPKINS"
t ',j )W 50 M TMI EXTRA d GOLD I MUSTARD .2' % 25 CRACKERS PREMIUM P':G. 41' SCOTKINS . 'V 17'
'a t t. BOND K "PLANTERY DRY ROASTEDPEANUTS "SUNSHINE" HI-HO "SCOTT"",
"Kraft"ORANGE JUICE?"* STAMPS ."5 AIt%. 69' SALTINES & 29' FAMILY CUPS 'V 25'

.... .. "OCEAN SPRAY- CRANBERRY JUICE "CUT In- "SCOTT""
"TM.IJlTWAY"
: c.-.... "- .% COCKTAIL ;;t: 49' Sandwich Bags 5% 25' PLACE MATS .PIC;'OF 39'

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Sunday, December 27. 1964 Gomttill Suet 9B


UNDER UF Activities Calendar .
THE "
LIGHTS! 1

WEEKI.WACHEE DAILY 5:15 P.M. ; : ND 1 WinnersTo

EXHIBITS Jan. 1 22: Highlight ol!t CONFERENCES AND i I SEE i by

A Dec. 27 31: Ecclesiastical 'American Paintings, The SHORT COURSES I

{JJXJ rn.\ MERRY MAD I Sculpture, National Sculpture American Federation of Arts, Dee 2S :ii Part I, Winter 1 Final

COMEDYGIRLS Society, North Wing Gallery, Bryan Lounge, Florida Union. Institute In Quantum Chemistry the SUNPOLICE I
Florida Union. Solid State Physics and
.
Jan. 1 11: Color prints ofJOSl'ph .
Dec. %1. 31; Case 1 n a and Damjan Rudolph Sciences Quantum Biology Nuclear i' Puzzle!

Woodcuts, by Uly Huff, Bryan Steiner Exhibitions North Building. -
NOTICa 00 'U.LlC MlAltIIiOlO" FIRE REPORT Loull' Find. c.. J,., n Million, Amy'tunic
Lounge Florida Union. Wing Gallery Florida Union.and ,u0k HoflWy.. It, T.rnw.
.!...", II.will,010050 M 15,00'-ayw MN r,.,._._ Mu5CoM005ea5 Accident Roundup Monul InrNm ...,.. II OollMtvllll
tot .a(0 504 .0 1 SI t A. Involved In accidents report- Susan Noll .,..... IX OwnotvlHo, CUES ACROSS)

uiwtr Milk 51"0,01,0 Iti ouwrvltlM A,1.S Sod M PIMIdA."...'.11..OS.., Into ed by the Gainesville Police Department II'G: :: Ooliwovillo' VIII5.

HOUM. FlwiM Cnwnbor" commMicIno, Sttto Cwtftoh.t 0 TIMMUM .M. and the Alae h u a COUNT OP 01.IICOOOCrtmlMl _'_ 3. PRAYING not p II yll1l.
.., IMfc rlitlv Judo ,.. C._. FrMd'",o
A M Mood Jwwrv II "
to M the ......"", ......*.! County Sheriff's Office during Frl>lturll Mary J. Artlwr. OHSI Specifying. "Christmas, with
I. ComktoroIMn *t me.,twld proHi the past 36 hours were: I'fl Av.., t moiina. IIM. .lorry WMK
BEWARE! .. :,. SdniL its religious PRAYS
0uar '.... 5111 -. US. iPMdlno SO. purpose
Frank K9 SW 13th St. ,.. ......,
Gross ,
'
JAMES BOND No. 007 I. C..11oII' 500 100.1100 5100 C. n. *N II ll MINIM'
10.00 50000(00 ,.n 0000__ I5 151" and James K, Hatmaker Pike- Uk Wilds' Cowl Jr.. II.. 1, ImP_' ING Is particularly apt. Play
IS COMING TO TOWN .rm HMr the ...lldk'IIII" ID. .
L PlwMo MINI CommlMioii.J. vllle, Ky. at 12.42: p.m. Satur-,0M.50 S H. CrlbM .50505(,. drlvlnoon .'. Ing would apply it any time of
... OKH x ir. rod Ul .lIyl.
ComlorllM o* iMilmiiin 0010 n>* < the
.t to nduon tor hMdllng, hwllnoo day at N Main St. and 2nd Ford. ,... LtwMrdlM., woodlnf .IMRoowvtll year.
nidi OcnMn, ".w """ ., n* v noorlvwl
4lvrtln ol
Newspapers are printed on paper called "news 4. 0tWfnlMtlM *t H.. tlm.* .0500 Ave.Cameron 10550... ISO. RoMtt C Hrl...
505 110.(. ..._ *r ehorwM m tM E. Davis 2332: NE LMMH/it, oioloilon ol driver "-i* (. TIME not mine. 54 n c e
print. The newsprint used by all U. S. newspapersin ..- 5001010 W 155 C510ml'..,Ial M ..,..".... M.AllomN .mime
12th St. and Donald C Riley, II Mill Tr. one does not picture a
N. 411
would circle ... kiWI MMry
the .1 M well tiwrlnf on
one day earth 11 times. r ,_.11....5011001.0 bv Ww C_'....... ... to bI .-' 511 NW 15th St.. at 11:55: am .......,nt.. ooMdlno Ul.' Qtttv 120 Wllliom F N.nw W, HMa MIoHiprlnoji. as being "hilariously"' funny"

------ N. Main St. and 2nd Pwli Ip.O11M. Ul, Wllim TIME Is favored. -
Conildrrillnl Sod trrmlnlloll *l Saturday at cock Wlnlor .
,..... .
Fort
.11 m,_. rl.tln| to in* torvoolrioltd 0. Hoyh N. drunk Ul.
I But MOlt of All l otnr. ",.11..* 510la the Com. Ave. il', C. KioMb" JockMmllio Ito IllOSt
Different I II! Daring! InISTerrifyn9Way 5(00 0011155 Sod. 00050000.4 5100.0500 50.5051 550.0,1* tire Calls ..11..,>*.n. U.N. lowll. Uiomnxk 1'1.., woodIno. t. PIES not ties. Ties maybe

I _...., Hi Mkllt U4 Lone C. Lklilonoll. Rl, >. "Christmas" .
'LL M'HM "' nd At 1:31: a.m. Friday a flood. ,. P$00u.N,51 given as presents
Invitod, to ottond 1501 frownl oudillovtnt muOnxl' t05 -'> Lour *
it Is a .ir.* vldmn, ant toitlmowb 55 m00 cd heater at 909 NW 6th Ave. COC. & HI, WMdlng. Ulobrt but they will hardly be
....., ...,... ,
'
Love .dnlrwl FARTIII' WHO rillRLe TO II. C. N J. tpMliwUl.
Story '> HIARO' AM mauisifa TO :Minor damage. JttW A WHII. S4, o*.nNMal "quite possibly much In evi,
PILL NOTICe Of INn"''TIC" OFIARINO A'. At 2:1)3: p.m. Friday, a kitchen ... RuiMll C. MaiN, It. F.IOflburgUllur dence." PIES Is the most apt
MacRAEWINTERLAND Of TMIHIADINa to / right ol nap 111
yiM
*
SHEILA IN WITH AOVANCI P. .. ISVfKCTTeADMINIITRATO fire at till SE! 7th Way. No .... 11(00104 SIt Jtrmo I. Moor. of the duo's context. Lies la
.
mIiJaCK ..oc'. AriKur -
*, HOKIDA MILKCOMMISSION. I Wad riim" MICA Wfirtnlnl
". Til IOUTM IKONOUOMST damage M. McNMiov .If l 001IM Ass remote.
iti Mt Hontt ...r on*
FLORIDA Diving wtor *
IBT TAILAHAIIIC Morrlno Lkm UnMicitwilRotor
ON ICE ...,...., NI llrdld
FLORIDA' MILK' COMMISSION l.. Porry, 11 Oiuwwlll miC 00.00 S. ?M
I .f .. F.OBHT LANOLIVVta M50alIM DoOwi McFollon, If Ortn- ',_ ., F.11, 15010'yoI U. BAR not car. If It were a
Wlillm C. Cm Rt 1
lemmoti Sunday, Dec. 27, 7:30 P.M. E.S.T. I(: ) II 171 t.ciMlrmtnMM *" .onlCollll. krmn, H. H..lIIo", S4rbtrofern I M vx'4 wnioncMi drivm,.. It....... I.U *r II duvi. cave of drunken driving t h t
.1 ABCTVA John II, ir Jr. ill Nl IsSI.
Orovo FlrliRlcnord
t ikllt.CN5015IIod 14 *...,..- II, .......''''. Ill tr 10 Myl _oIl AFornOKK "rnnn In' the car would likely
anD full hour Holiday Special ..... .... ., .. JrM MOI IW Arcrw "..... myoiid be much than
sponsored by .... Ss M 0 511155Mdnw.ln* IIM, Lucy MM Kiy. 100 0IIt1.5 .,..*... II...... 130 *r I divtColylll more merely.
The Investor Owned Electric Companies of | l.. ,onrnm. II. Odnmvllll I. Oulhorl Howlnorn "II.ri.M "frowned upon." Also, .t 0 tfrl''ly"
npSt y lee America ia .... IM Clltlon. It, 0.ln"vllllpn | liov* voklcl undor _.,.1, Ml or U Is more for
.... necessary
11. Cl. RmiKnon n. KhtlntntM.N '
'Arthur
iRemicir 7.CJ l..i JIM "'ulll.... II. 01..._ L Rold Oklowtno tmorowiion BAR. .
/ Idols. Ilwoot, Mo..' V, OMnMVllK.inrMi "' 0ft\J., UN' O' 44 Myi Wllliom I ..
...,.,..." OnMI O_, It Oilntwlllt.iMlHiMn s.inr, Jr, 171. Nl loin It, onwninoUl .

'DIYS OF wine anD Roses"Feature ll.J- FLORIDA( POWER ,CORPORATION ...... ........ vllM. 1 IkM 'IllKMNl.*. Tlllmm Pwktr U, ,IS O,>'".'.*..| *r II. M..y MlM.. Wllltom drlvwl R II'. *..."".dyNowMrry. UO. 13. FEW not new. "Amato u ii'

Times 1:00 5:0 .1151n.IO-aa dick" Pit. ... *_51005. luwd tor M* ....'I *li 10. favors FEW. AIM, he will simply .
3:00 7:10, 9:20 JM III' .. Ovw 41 00.11StMI: wM ;
.
.
57 05 I" .114 NW 1a1N.Als 0c15.: I M.y *_IIf. Jl (Xll: *. II* M. Doom, Lot, City, ivrMIng. want In show off his "new
llouW IM W'ot'i 'ln" H OrltmM, DlMU .01 L. Nolon MlniMI loodlnl. MWHM tricks "
Ktv MUM It OOMnllii' | J. "'1_ 1101 Nl Illh Aw. ., olkivlnon not necessarily "be-
N.r.l l Auilln MrCXMMM. M 0."'''- *_onwitrwriiod 5550 to Hild 4>rwcrwroM $. Rnokttor fore a critical audience,"
.MI tirtor Ann 00(155. It, O.liwf' toniinuHli
.11.... NW Wll ....... tnrlMMi 5015001
H. WllkorMm, ISM II 111"Tr
M.05.nS
rxkWM eII.'... l..*tard Unit, It. SAW not sty. SAW U mON
Hmtlwriw, wr'nl"" er'''k. Annl* W
N.elrre HH40. Nwl' ..rry, dHor...rly, oonrtMlio apt In view of the absence of
*. BUI gii'ityi' WIIII_ R. 51/5 ,quotation marks around "Yule!
N.w5rryallure to Pals VOUKI*
rN 1,0000.! d.y- .,.,. log" In the clue for say.
N1ml115d1" 54.141 L. WII
001,100
MO N.M. .0,50.M MXTII. Oc.l*. n* ..!"'. "(,..,', lltwmno
.....
TONIGHT!3 Unit Show < cwti nwlrMll lutoMl k. W. JO. HITS not halt "In a show"
r>.l.lk. M Mild Olrlvt' I NcMW I UCMlo .
FIRST AREA RUN nHrdl. DCK., I.. TI.,,,. 0000 I Ira favors HITS. It may be a show
.. drlvtr llconM |MO 0.o lrHulrMI
M ,Mlld D.....l 0,. .**. III IW 1510 of hats only 01 display for example
., f IAlLY 5150 SHOW ll7l>nf* W .._ I 11c_ IUO OMIMcAllilH
and
i It li doubtful If
Op.e SILO ma,....1. any
( OasIS A. HWl tprlntt mv such hats "amusing"
Is. .110 are Inherently
Shswise ..lid eI,lv.r llcnw MO -" 0.
Wlrrtl' aut' I. 0111101. lok. Cllyiw when not worn. Nuts Js
The Holidays SNOWS TWICI a10 ft 10:50H. V,0Id, tfrnwrt IkMii. *. Owner NoMfVMn remote.
for .
III t, ../HM>olln .u*.rloHittntln
.,0000,01 Wllll"M a
M>y, ......*....". M .."* VlvtrTHOWAI -| N.
U. YOUTH not mouth. The appnaranrt -

FRUITS & VEGETABLES J 'N 10"14,tt5$CI5CU11'000I5 JuID'.l CI.CUI'0; ,IN 5loA.AND of a mouth can hardly

SMOKED 005 ALACHUA COUNTY IN CHA.OCSSV. I be "quit misleading," since

FRESH C. Wtffjf J IH III'.' ,one would not base an* "u-


HOG JOWLS aftr.29:: i Lb. POLE BEANS. 2 Ibs 35f 5,01100 ADnplIHANON' .5 III emiN DAION VICKIIYIS 'the M.mnt"mouth of alone."character"YOUTH 1s on:

StI10r 50111. more to the point.
LYKES PALM RIVER SLICED IIOtlC
DELICIOUS Toi Mr Wi...... Lacy 55555NM
rn/r cofr J.y II.oot M. WARD not word. WARD,
.45 APPLES 4bag 39
BACON . . . Lb. . $ ...NatlA WInd.MN 505 ,... rather than word, links upmore
Mall DoII..Y I' with "pati
specifically
>
Vw .'0 Iwrrtv Wlltlod *>.t THOMAS -
SMALL FRESHPORK FANCY FRESH ORIGIN VICKIHf KH 1114. I 'MlllMItor ents.
IK MoCtHM IHAON ill .AON .
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>b. 19 minor u Id rntw / HIM
49 LI.TOMATOES. . m mo Cirwil/ 501'1 .0 51,014.I I .:i* itiJudti J7. SEEDY not
RIBS . . . lol Cinuit In ond M Cury needy. "If
Von ... .4....y l lMlf04 .. BW. yxiromwir SEEDY" (I I.i., off color), a
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t Sunday. Decemosr .
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i ugural 'No Bread So Jazz Fans Make Vinton says
I! \ It Might Pay to Check Theme [Taken Don't Worry

From Song Shambles of Hollywood Paladiiun I About HimMILLEDCEV1LLE

i I Sales Slips in New York WASHINGTON (AP) Decorations HOLLYWOOD (AP) Jazz jazz show "New Perspectives son and his band never Hid! ap Ga. (APt.
of the Inaugural ballsat fans, told by a linger that there for '65." pear. Some of the audience said Rep. Carl Vinson, D. Ga., e
four Washington sites next wasn't enough "bread" to per- they'd heard that the singers man who served an unprecedented
1 (.(tns flork Qtimrfl gas, and number of the c a 511 too, spend considerable sums Jan. 20 will be based on the imagery form for, vented their wrath The audience cooled Its heels hadn't been paid. 50 years in Congress
for field auditors, until after > p.m., when the returned to his central Georgia
\ By THOMAS BUCKLEY register. secret shoppers In phrases of the song early today by wrecking the Interior Angry patrons'; rushed the box
NEW YORK A New York This probably meant, he said, and undercover agents "America the Beautiful." of the famed Hollywood show went on partly. Singer office to demand their money farm Saturday, full of plans for
I that the overcharge was rung to ferret out cheats Aretha Franklin performed. the future and expressing no
housewife came home one day "From Sea to Shining Sea"will .Palladium. back and were told the manager I
up first, then torn off( the ma The bustle, noise and Then the audience waited another regret at the end of an illustrious
continuous -
the
All
last week with the gnawing feeling be the theme at the National ( About 25 half-hour Gloria "had left for the night" '
policemen were for singer
chine. career.
her bill the distractions of most Guard'Armory' where the box office were
that at super 12,000 windows of
called to quell the riot which Lynne. "No, I'm not to be leaving -
supermarkets, and the sorry
market bigger than 11 her speed are expected to fete the smashed.
was As the housewife pushed persons flared "
shortly after midnightand Vinson said I In
which busy clerks try to tally and vice Miss Lynne finished about 11 Congress
should have been. groceries forward on the new president presIdent could
until about 2 said damages
raged a.m. Officers "I 50
purchases, Increase the an Interview. spent yeargup
possibility So did the show.
checkout the clerk and their wives. A total of p.m.
'"I didn't think I spent that conveyor of honest errors, and impartial when, one officer estimated, range from $5,000 to 15000. there and I figure that's long
Is at the four Bland ,
began punching out her p u r- 25,000 expected Entertainer Bobby "
breakable broken.
much, she said to her husband everything was
Industry enough.
surveys have ,
announced
chases When he totaled them sites. stepped onstage and
handing him a yard-long cash Jaspan said, the first Item, the shown that about 60 per cent At the three other hotel sites, "Man, there Isn't enough bread Island JoltedTOKYO In the brusque, straightforward
register tape that totaled $67.46 of all such mistakes are in the Several received minor manner that marked his
overcharge, was Included. themes will be taken from such persons (slang for money) to sing for.
He added It himself, then dou favor of the customer. phrases as "Spacious Skies," injuries and two were treated I'm getting out." And he did. (AP) Sixty-six tight control of the Armed Serv-
ble-checked the result. It was "But unless the machine had "Customers will spend an and "Amber Waves of Grain." at hospital for cuts IncurredIn From then on, all was! confu,tremors, ranging from slight to ices Committee, Vinson said;
$50.85. As it happened, he wasa been tampered with, the over hour looking around the store, The color scheme for all will\ a series of scuffles that erupted sion. The curtain popped up and'strong, Saturday jolted the tiny "Don't worry" about me. I'U
charge wasn't in the clerk'spocket but keep them waiting five minutes like brushfires amid the audience about 100 keep busy.
man who saved his super be white and gold with a blue down, musicians walked off island of Oshima
"
market tapes, and the next day, yet, said J a i pa n'Don't ; in the checkout line and background, Mrs. E. William of about 3,000. stage and the fans' patiencewore miles south of Tokyo, Japan'sCentral He mentioned activities at his
astounded by the apparent over forget the total, $67.46, they begin to grumble," an executive Henry, decorations chairman, The audience had paid about thin. Jazz singer Nina Si- Meteorological Agency 600-acre farm which will occupy
charge of $17.61, he took a doz- chine's was also master recorded tape on, which the ma the I>. of a major- --chain--said. told a news conference $5 per person.!_to_view the I p.m. mone and Johnny_!(.Guitar) Wat- said. No damage was reported. some of his time. i
en or more to his office, wherehe '
clerk couldn't get at"So
had them run through an
adding machine. he had two choices,"I

charges Five .more totaling showed$3i. ADO'o v e her r-' let he line a went with friend on$17.61 go"Most through worth likely of the groceries heI HERE'S AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR YOU! Read every

listed several grocery Items a t

$out S each.later,This because was odd the, most he found expensive them. without charging for I word of it! If need furnishings for home
item stocked in the "Or' he could present the tape I you new your
store's grocery department was with the single $17.61 entry to,
I a 25-pound box of detergent at the manager saying he had ,

479.Markets Commissioner Albert L. punched"The' manager it by error Is In a hurry I THIS WEEK is the time to buy. COX'S is staging a 4-DAY

I' S. Pacetta was asked If to get out lie Initials the tape,
the man's experience was unusual the clerk puts it In the register -
cash.and" quietly takes out the AFTER CHRISTMAS SALE beginning at 9:00: A.M. MON--
"
"Not at all, he said. "We
get dozens of similar complaints In a week an enterprising,
I by letter or by phone every'light fingered operative can DAY. Come early!
week. Some seem to be honest quadruple the usual cl e r k'I'
mistakes, but moat I look like'wages of $1.25 an hour, Jaspan
deliberate overcharges, like said. The rackets often engaged -I,
this one." In by managers, produce,' COX'S three floors of FURNITURE and BEDDING are packed
Unfortunately, he went on, his and dairy men, butchers and
department, which watches over Inventory clerks are likely to

the wholesomeness the honesty accuracy with of of which scales foodstuffs, theyare the and ;'be mechanics even men more,and cash profitable.others. register some-Delivery with items left over from CHRISTMAS and items that were

advertised, has no authorityover times share the loot, too

out counter.what happens at the check Almost with the any retail figures food connected busIness SHIPPED TOO LATE FOR CHRISTMAS selling. Want some
"We tried in November, 1963, are Imposing. With salesof
to get a bill through the city $60 billion a year, about 10
council that would have given per cent of which is spent In
our inspectors this power," he the New York area, it Is the F1NSTANCE EXAMPLES of how much YOU WILL SAVE!
said, !'but It died In committee. biggest business in the country !
I was told that I hadn't bigger than steel and automobiles -

necessity convinced Pacetta for acknowledges the the council bill."of that the a trade super organization combined.The market., estimates Institute JUST CHECK these items for POSITIVE GUARANTEED

there were drafting flaws In the
that pilferage, other inventory'shrinkage"
bill. He Is
having change a
and other
made and hopes to see It rein- Irregu- SAYINGS!
arltles amount to $600 m lion
toduced soon In the council.
annually. This is only
Now'the who has
shopper lightly less than the Indus.

been cases ment's recourse victimized that attention, Pacetta come has are to I II the investigated. no d.depart-simple The-try's"With total goodwill the net small,profit an outfits Image, customer of-I I II 1)149.8510") Settee and 2 matching chairs 129.95; 2))

If the claim seems to be friendliness, Is all important,"

on Justified the that store an an Investigator manager adjustment and calls suggests be I boys Jaspan It's and said.apt statistics.to"With be all the The I.B.M.ards big demands 299.00 SMMONS! hide-a-bed 199.95.3); ) STRATOLOUNGER

on individual mangers

made"They're to comply almost," Pacetta always said.happy unrealistic for results And can then be there totally -,I recliner 99.95; 4)119.00) Malone LUXURY twin or full

And if he Isn't, the commissioner Is a terrific feeling of apathy'
asked. among big city buyers." I

Isn't person"Then a was very to we file good can a civil\idea only suit.consider-tell That the i agreed temptation But despite that, the It the Is great pressure generally majority 1 and I i' size mattress and box spring 79.95; 5)) 395.00 Italian

I Ing the time, expense and trouble of supermarket employee are I'
to recover $10 or $15 or honest Most lupermar k e t a.
whatever warrant it for was the, or arrest swear of the outa Buddhists Get I'' Provincial sofa 199.00; 6)) 49.95 five-piece metal dinette

clerk who did the cheating. And
II

that Impossible The kind New of to York theft prove.man Is "Just, after about he Papal Notice I :29.95; 7)) 579.00 Italian Provincial dining room suite

discovered the first overcharge, TOKYO (AP) Japanese
complained to the store man Buddhists published Saturday I''
ager. The manager said he was message from Pope Paul VI: 399.00; 8)) 259.85 FRENCH PROVINCIAL fruilwood bedroom
appalled and after apologizingroundly inviting Buddhists "to seek In''
he asked I lb. man's Christianity: those many good
wife to Identify the clerk so teachings which may enrich
him.the manager The manager could also dismiss promised ever their life.more" their thought and suite 149.95; 9)) Early American PLASTIC TOP roundtable

full repayment.How I The Rev. Rlrl Nakayama,

was taken put had to place the Norman checkout? The Jaspan question cheating a- president Ingllsh-Ianguaga Federation of, said the Japan he message received Buddhist from the and (four captains chairs 88.00; 10)) 129.00 BERK--

management consultant who the Pope during an audience at
specializes In uncovering suet the Vatican Dec II. I
delinquencies for several super Nakayaiha. who returned to LINE Danish style recliner 19.9511)14.95) maple valet
market chains retail stores Tokyo Dfc. 24, said he had trav ;
and Industrial concerns. led to Rome, after attending
Examining the tapes, Jaspan the world Buddhist conferenceIn ,
said: "Look at the top of this India, to meet the Pope at the chairs 11.9511)139.00) THOMASVILLE fruifwood powder
tape. There's no heading on it behest of South Vietnamese ;
'the name of the noire, a slo- Buddhists.

The Sum Total II I::1 i table and chair 49.9513)159.00; ) Colonial rocker recliner -



I I Of Indies' Styles 89.95; 14)) 579.60 Modern, dining room by UNITED,


By JEAN AP Fashloa SPIUIN:Writer WILSON spring are scheduled collections) to either show during their.. 399.00; 15)149.00) round pedestal table and four swivelchairs

NEW YORK (AP- Iath.- the New York Couture Croup's

styles popular matlcally this formula speaking spring for Is, : the women's moat the 2nd American,annual Jan. 3-s press,Designer or is week a part aeries program of' 89.95; 16)) 129.00 high back lounge chair and

Subtract from already short Jan. 1-11 The designer series
hemlines, add more to dress has been conducted for the past
tops, and divide skirts short, three yean by Eleanor Lambert ottoman 49.95.
division equals culottes,
king' former press director: of
division, the pantaloon craze. the Couture group.
Fo\dressy occasions multiply
gauzy yardage Into huge cloudlike It Is estimated that only about '
stoles, ballooning sleeves two million American women "furniture city99
are able to afford theM clothes <
and burgeoning! skirts. Add ruffles -
to anything any place for 'priced at seldom less than $100 Open Friday Night I 1001 ,wonderful buysCONVENIENT ,
any event and often more than 1000. 'Til 9:00 0 19 S.E. 1st Ave. -
Just bow this figures In terms Nevertheless, the wearing
.f the feminine anatomy well apparel of 61 million other women
U the family budget will be taken without the means of their
Into account beginning Sun- wealthier sisters will shape up TERMS? Of course! With COX'S 90-DAY PLAN you pay no carrying -

era lay here by some for a 200 nine-day fashion preview report The In line most with successful the new style styles ideas are charges! Or take up to 36 months to pay. No phone or mail orders please! SEE YOU

If America's most costly always reproduced by the volume All MONDAY AT COX'S19 S.E.lse Avc.
'clothes.Trendsetting. ready-to-wear manufacturers
design houses I

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