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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 28, 1964
Publication Date: 1963-
Frequency: daily[aug. 21, 1966-]
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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.
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Preceded by: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1954)

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73-Mile Traffic Jin Ties Up 1-75 for HoursBy




BOB MEEKER -- onto the four-lams section near reason to atop going from the *
Sun Staff Writer the Alachua County line. two-lane section onto the four-
The State Road Departmentand Caused by 16-Car This caused a chain reaction lane one. He classified the accI-

the motoring public still behind the driver which brought dents as caused by driver in- INCH RAIN IIERE

are paying the price for Hurri- hundreds of cars to a halt, some fraction.

cane Dora.A Mishap on County Line In rear-end collisions or wild Roberts said seven cars were Saturday night's I thunderstorms measured 2.99 inches of rainfall -
series of minor accidentson skids on the rain-drenched highway Involved In the first of four ac
which produced a from 11 a.m. Saturday
rain-slicked Interstate 7$ at
cidents. Three more pile-ups ofthree
the Alachua-Marlon County line Florida Highway Patrol, Ala- gered the huge mess drove on, Lt S. 0. Roberts of the cars each contributed to "gully washer": in the Alachua through 1 a.m. Sunday,

contributed to several pile-ups chua County Sheriffs office and undamaged and unknown. Gainesville office of the Florida the huge traffic jam. County area was relatively Another measurement of the
which involved at least 16 can the Marlon County Sheriff's office Highway Patrol, said the pileupwas The 1200 to 1600 cars per free of problems for the city's heavy showers, at the city
and caused a 75-mile long traffic worked well into the nightto The jam started when the not the fault of the road Ut hour were more than the patrol utility departm e n t's trouble power plant, indicated 129

jam yesterday.No jet traffic unsnarled and on unknown motorist traveling was caused by the unknown and deputies could cope with, crews. inches of rain fell late Saturday
serious injuries were reported its way. north, hit his brakes as he driver who escaped unscathed. Roberts said. The weather station at the afternoon and S94 Inchesof

but officers from the Ironically, the car that trig- came off the two-lane paving Roberts said the man had no (See TRAFFIC on Page t) Gainesville Municipal Airport rain early Sunday morning.






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Year, No. 147 GAINESVILLE, FLA., MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICE"
ONI was OCILY AND SUNDAY
IM PMMI W-HII .
DUIV.eeo .a
Big VictoryDAI 1



NGAI, South Viet Nam (AP) Government

forces overran a major Viet Cong position Sunday, killing
at )least 67 guerrillas and capturing others as well as a
large stock of weapons. Burns i r

It was one of the most significant government successes Bryant Split

in the past year. US. officers ,
believed that the position, 75
Excerpts
miles southwest of Saigon, was
a Viet Cong zone command

From State headquarters The Communistshave
divided South Viet Nam


Of the UnionJOHNSON into fered The seven 11 government dead zones.and 42 forces wounded.suf- Over Bd. of Regents


Among the wounded were seven
CITY, Tex. (AP) U.S.
Army helicopter crewmen
President Johnson will stress
hit by small-arms fire.
"achievement of the full potential -
(Ten other Americans
were
of our resources" in his
reported wounded in other
actions
State of the Union
message.
in the delta Sun- Court
The message will be delivered Mekong 1i1" "oil
Combat NursesOf
day. Two were reported in serious
'ft'
to a joint session of Congress at .
.
5 p.m., Jan. 4 opening day of condition.) ,, ;
Capt. Robert W. Butler of '.
the new Congress.To Action
Frederick, Md., who went into Viet Nam
those seeking a clue as to
action at Dal Ngal, said of the
the tone of his State of the Union -
message, Johnson Is referring government success: "This Is
them to an article he wrote as good a Christmas present as ( Possible
I could have wished for."
for the 1958 winter Issue of the
A radio he had carried on his SAIGON, South Viet Nam CAP) South Viet Nam 1.
Texas when he
Quarterly was TALLAHASSEE AP
Democratic leader of the Sen- back was smashed by a ma yl.k ,1tya J has its own Florence Nightingales of the air, a platoon of Farrls Bryant and( Gov-elect) -Gov. :

chine-gun bullet. He was not 4 hardy girl paratroopers trained to jump with the troops in lIaydun I Burns split openly today -
ite.It hurt. combat.
begins: over appointments to the
"I am a free man, an American The attack began when militiamen They are all trained nurses. new University Board of Re'
a United States senator, in the riceland hamlet Their talents were demonstrated in a recent exhibition lents
and a Democrat in that order."I beside the Mekong River called when they leaped out of lumbering C47s high over Saigon Bryant said he would submit

am a liberal, a conservative for help after exchanging fire and landed in the Saigon River. his nine appointments to the

a Texan, a taxpayer, a with the guerrillas. They were right on target Stale Board of Education Tuesday -
rancher, a businessman, a con- Thirty-six helicopters, half of Drawing waterproof medical kits behind them they but Burns said he wouldgo
sumer, a parent, a voter, and them armed with rockets'and swam to the river bank and were soon administering first to court In an effort to nullify
not as young as I used to be nor heavy machine guns, droppedon aid to several paratroopers who were injured' in the jump them
as old as I expect to be-and I top of the Viet Cong position, Hut not before they showed they were women first. "I've M about got the whole
am all these things in no fixed discharging two battalions in ul M r ;, They attended to such feminine requisites as lipstick and thing wrapped up," Brysnt told
order. seven quick waves. Air force combing their hair before tending to'.first aid. The Associated! Press In sn Interview

Some excerpts; r planes poured bombs and can *' ; .dPUM"" UWKarer*.working 411\. the premise that a "I've got meat of the
"First, I believe every AmerIcan non fire Into the area. About 650 r wounded sWvlfer\ wants a Klurse as beautiful as she la com strings In my hand now. Only
has something to say and government troops took part. petent.. \* one string h out I Mile to have

under our system, a right to an Viet Cong strength was esti- The paratroop nurses 'are given the same rigorous that In hand shortly.
audience. mated at two battalions under training as male paratroopers and are trained aim in the But Burns, contacted in Jacksonville

"Second,.I believe there is the command of a major gener use of rapoiM. said:
The airborne command IK considering enlarging their "I will UM every legal toolth.I'
always a national answer to al. It was not known whether he
each national problem, and, be- was among the dead. complement of women to more than 200. available to me when I
become governor, Jan S, for I
this I do not believe that Government Still
lieving troops were
-- feel that a study of the trimester -
there are necessarily two sides recovering bodies today as "krf plan Is Imperative baud
to question. sporadic fighting continued.The i h
every
'
r on recent public statements by
I' : ,
:
"Third I regard achievement heavy Communist casual- :. : virtually all university piss(-
of the full potential of our resources ties were attributed partly to a Ri dents and faculty leaders."It .
physical, human and new type of fuse on the govern p' Is a foregone conclusionthat
otherwise to be the highest ment's bombs. These burst In ; they (the study group) will
purpose of governmental policies the air and scatter shrapnelover r' recommend again continuanceof
next to the protection of a wide area.Vietnamese ea"'Ic-, the trimester system"
those rights we regard as Inalienable. officers
speculated Bryant and Burns met numerous -
that the Communists had tines In Tallahassee
"Fourth, I regard waste as been massing for an attack and and Jacksonville, but were unable -
the continuing enemy of our society were caught off guard. i to resolve their differences

and the prevention of Captured weapons includedfive over the appointments
waste waste of resources, 50-caIiber machine guns, A flying nurse hits the surface of the tislgon River Burns said the basic Issue In
waste of lives, or waste of opportunity three recoilless cannons and during a recent maneuver In Viet Nam. the haul has been over the

to be the most dynamic three mortars. trimester syntem. Burns Is
of the responsibilities of 7 against It; Bryant was one of

our government." In the town of Mo Cat. M u. S. May RenegeOn Its sponsors."I .
miles southwest of Saigon a '' !predict" Bums .laid "that
Viet Cong grenade exploded In a I. there will be a continued effort

LBJ HasOptimism cafe, wounded four Americans '. by Brysnt's appointed Board of
and 15 Vietnamese and killed a Vietnamese Aid ,, ;a c" lUgiwta to further Impose the
12-year-ald Vietnamese girl trimester plan on the students,

One of the Americans, Van faculty and citizen of the state

Bucher the son of Jules N. Q Jfrttt fljirk JTtmra cision as It seeks to exercise! of. Florida.
Bucher of the U.s. Aid minion 1 'It appears Ow, Bryant. Is
leverage the Vietnamese.The .
Year End
At By TAD IZVLCWASHINGTON : upon
In Saigon was reported In critical going to take It upon himself
new aid commitments
condition. Bucher! Is In his The United r (fee BRYANT ea Page II
JOHNSON CITY, Tex. (AP) early 20s. were approved when On US.
President Johnson boosted States was reported Sunday Ambassador to South Viet
-
Lt Gen.
Nguyen thank
commander to be contemplating the reversal Nam Maxwell D. Taylor,
foreign policy to a top priority of the Vietnamese con Road Toll
spot on his schedule today. forces, issued a holiday mar of a dociiion made last ferred with President Johnson
He also planned to get In (See VIET NAM M Page 2) month/ to Increase aid to South- here last month plan to "bold
more work on the federal budget Viet them back began to emerge Far Below
leans by 160 to 170 million
hut .
Thursday, partly as a
and his State-of-the-Unlon result
Wife I Killed In the next deal y II r. of the
message. attacks by V i I. ''
The reversal was said to have '
Associates said Johnson Intends aameie lead, on Taylor. 55 Record
been
proposed unless full civil.Ian
to devote considerabletime With Gift Gun role is restored J la Saigon The. Increase In US. aid

today and during the remainder Authoritative sources said near programs during the fiscal Py nil ASSOCIATED PRESS

of the week to reviewing FORT LAUDERDALE (APIA J ly half the money' was ear year IMS; which begins nest More than/ BO persons lost
US. relations with nations year-old bride of less than marked for urban VvelspDent. July I, wag one of the chief Si their. lives In highway accidents
around the world Including policy /- nine months died yesterdayafter results of Tsylort's la&s here. r '' a during Die three-day Christmas
on loans, aid and cultural being shot by her husband Of this total between pO and "..k'nd.

exchanges. with a gun she gave him for It was understood however, IX million was .to be earmark The ioU was well below the'
A source close to Johnson said Christmas, police said today. that the Johnson admlnlstra* td lot Die M called urban ISM record
ef
Ml deaths
!he Is closing! out the year with a John Get* III. 24. told offi. ties was not pinning itself down Impact project In Saigon and ftoaklag wet, the Vietnamese Army curse cMmta, ont.dock withia the range predicted, but by
rather optimistic view of most reel he was sitting on his w1f'slap at this time to any final de ether Vietnamese cules. after being pulled from river. the .UunaIIaI'1J CouncIl.
of the world situation despite h their tiny duplex apartment
the problems In Viet Nam and "cocking the hammer" of The final tabulation had IM
the Conga the JS7 magnum when It went persona killed on the highway
He Is known for rumple to off wounding her In the Deck. Fiery Death i during the Tihowr period that
feel that relations with the Soviet No charges were filed agatmt in Paddyfields began at I p m Thursday and

Union are less antagonistic the ( 3 -a-ek auto paint and ended al Biidfilghl. Sunday, The
than they have been at tones in body worker, but Homicide Sgt. safety council bad estimated i
the past and sees fewer crises Larry Calhoun said "there area I tu>rr6 's NOTE: IUBMetors Suddenly/ they became hawks.CM n was lilt fiery death of huts Tw eyll/wifi dropped thai between IM and Ke holiday
tot of questions we want to bate bees used Mfrctly palm."Keep. from the Iravelffs, could
than haw plagued the world to of the chunky gray 1 Skyrakkf's wings. pertia.
as VW Nave CUt K IIssemed.we
recent years.He ask him. ailed hells planet peeled! ell from the tar your eye en the far for JO seconds a hell/ el fire Only live stales Alaska
feels relations with Eastern a raced the but the Hawaii, Maine, Montana
- matins and dived free fine Harwood told lilt pU *- among ) as and
Bl ar abruptly at
war. .0.n sy a
Europe have uupfQvco and tangle' it "Irw and huts ever the intercom as lie tellfed? petroleum sought out Washington reported M fatal.
that fee North Atlantic Allianceis WHERETO CMmrtteruLalrmft: play a aN11laUnct1C1t at a witched the altimeter. As the WIt and crevices where" the Hits. /In al least five slates, boll.

to better shape than ft has FIND big sort at s era& day accldenu helped set 1&BwnUi
flu
awry K a ysfcal strike
ever bee* records
ITII was the familiar crackle of Wt The Sk/aldrr .u soil III Uswiy.
.....
Johnoa Is knows to be c-.Ic.: ) .
The your* Vlttaameie piled Cone grandftre.Al ciunbwf steeply above the While traffic deaths mounted
pleased about what be regards cleeaifiu . lf-19 smiled grimly as ke rammed eland 01 black' smote ea the si sn alarmingly last pace our.
as knprotd relations wits aa- taenteio.seet 9OMveries By pzm AJtxrrr Uw stick forward la UM scnecfc. IGt feet the allot jtf fc d ground. )ass the early bows of the boil.

twos of the Western HflnJ- . 2 BIOS HOA. faith Pat Kim tag power fire. .. Air forte back .a !Ow art fare contorted "You rolled that stuff snwri. day period they stacked oil
sphere with Fidel Cam's 0,.Mf) p.,. 4 (APThe q arid ef Siyral.er adibrr Capt J-axa T. Has with the Gfarc dr- them pretty wen, lUrwoud during the closing /hours, despite
Cwummat dKtatantugi In Cuts .-. 11,12wea.es'I ficater-bombte tnted the wood ef Joanbura., At'". afcrady pC at hiss, told be atloCThe / the homeward rusa la

the major fly to be otaHMaL . 6 kadcei Metowf Rues WU bad selected fee anna- A split attend .Near. al 3MiauU second ef the. >aDxfeai.JUe anas to fog rain and snow.many

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EOPLE in the NEWSBriefly. I Roundup More About Snow and-Wind in Calif.



Viet Nam



'L- B& From Page 1 Bring on New SufferingBy I

? sage of thanks to U.S. forces In

ZONES South Viet Nam. The message
a Partly Cloudy diromH Tuattfay. warmed little the relations : Six CHI cargo planes yen
a chilly bllllon.
= [ij; f'0 Cod again tonlgnt: win tow Mar AOL THE ASSOCIATED PRESS to1 Miners to fly today from McClellan Air
High TuaMar In th* M. V.IabIoOonsNOufy between Khanh and U.S Heavy mountain snows and Five-hundred persons Force Base near Sacramento
mnily wing I I* 11IMM families to
authorities in their
wi tour, Saigon. gusty coastal winds lashed the loggers and Arcata near Eureka
with
-:---.-; -_ .. :n... C, D Partly cloudy Khanh last week criticized northern California flood area -were marooned In several pounds of telephone 21.Kg

through Tuesday. Low tonight US. Ambassador Maxwell D. Sunday at the end of a week of communities along the Klamath equipment, three fire truclu repair

45 to 55. High Tuesday In the Taylor for demanding that the unprecedented torrential rains, and Salmon rivers at the northern four utility vehicles. mi

.. 60s. Mostly north and north- Vietnamese generals restore adding to the suffering of tip of California."Thev'r .

) east winds S to 12 miles an full power to the civilian government -lurdreds still marooned and beginning to run Pacific: Telephone said Its f fs-

hour. hampering relief and rescue short of food," reported WUUam duties in northern Californii
I I 0 .rtly ",,,,,,,, director at to
Low- toOght, 54 C'oudV 10 60 00'' IIT..y. "On behalf of all the membersof work. Sowle Civil Defense were damaged the extent 4
T..y 71 00 71. MouSy' ,oituIWind. the Republic of Viet Nam's But the colder weather has Yreka. A storm that droppedtwo almost $1 million during !thj

.irs norlttaaitarly. S t* It milt TuMday an hour, bacenc armed forces," Khanh said in put a brake on rivers that had feet of snow on Yreka Sun- Christmas weet storm. It bad

H.I Im- tonight Partly cloudy 711* M.through Mattly Tundiy. norm- his message, "I bring to our rampaged from the mountainsto day halted helicopter flights in about 550 repairmen at work ot

and,.mrthawt wlndi s t* I] mOss an -"" ""," American comrades in arms the Pacific Ocean In the the area. The prediction was for the 24-hour-a-day Job of >

NOuA stoutly f'r' ...d nM through our warmest season's greetingsand hardest hit area 'Oregon' and continued snow today. storing telephone communicj.
Tuy. Low sught" In lie AOL HlgII our grateful appreciation northern California. About 100 passengers on two tions.
T..y It 10, Ntrflt, and _..t GAINESVILLE WEATHER
WIIICIt a It II ml," m. """r.K Municipal Airport readingsfor for what they have been, are More snow In the mountains Greyhound buses found them In Del Norte County at t thj
Mostly lair through Tuaidiiy and will be to assist in stranded by highway north end of the 1200-milHonj
tm tonight around ro HlgJl T.y 24 hours to 8 am. today: doing us and wind and rain below were selves '
II' n hour Norltwrly. wlntfi I to 11 miin an High 70 at 3 p.m.; low 55 at our struggle for the defense of forecast for today. : washouts last Monday after a California either coast lost about their InN persons

TSMPSP.ATUIISS ILI.WHIIII I a.m. Ralnfal1.02. freedom." The Columbia dropped enough lunch stop at the Terrace honcompletely

H I. Pr.p. CIOAR KSV rises lie addressed the message to I In Washington to permit start of Gardens resort 10 miles south of or sustained major
Miami' ) .
T.....,. "" Os i .10 MIMIC HII .t'10:11: I.,,,. bud Gen. William C. Westmoreland, cleanup work. The flood threat Carbervllle on V.S. 101 in CaU damage, Red Mahler Cross representative

Atlanta Now Orlanaioiton III :w ':<5 ,..... 5so .5 413 .m. 1,10 55: commander of US. forces in appeared over In Idaho but the I famia's. Humboldt County and Karl reported The
.7:11:
.
.
relief moved
.Now York so a4 12 II ..72 01 ,...,... today ........ sat:: |m.Swirl Viet Nam. However, Khanh and little town of St. Joe, population about half of them still were to emergency agency shelters a majority but

WaihlnglonChk4, a. III .so .** lomof row .......... 714: un, 1 hIs military colleagues showed 75, in the Panhandle, still was awaiting rescue today. chose to
a If 14 _,1.. tomorrow .. ..... lit ...... no sign of acceding to American without electricity. In Nevadathe Some walked or were lifted by many persons stick ft
Dv.r KanCiiy n II New Moon ... .....,........ Jon. SPROMININT 1 Garberville and,out In their damaged homes,
demands that
51 31 .11I ares they reinstate the Truckee River withdrew its helicopters to
5t. Worthl 11 a Ainlr, "tow In but ........ I Eureka Mahler said.
.. Angilal a 10 VIII1LI PLAN IT! i M Po"" legislative High National Council threat to Reno others were flown to We're sending meals

laattlg fa aa .05 Saturn In wuinwMt ..... 4 *I a.mJupitor and release political prison- California counted 19 flood hither north. Those who stayedspent he
reluctant
MAfllNS POlICeS said. The
.
ones
tAO OULPi t; '.., high M. oaurnoait. .. .'. 7:50' a m. era they arrested In the purge the confirmation Sunday Christmas crowded into may
Iy winds I Ie Mara low (n o t 11:14 .:m.Vanw. dead with have to move out.
;. .Y'; J! '. U knoll, through TuaMay.. .low ki Muttwait ... 7:00: 'm. Dec. 20.More. that four( had drowned whena the resort's motel quarters. yet 'They
J1' "'r"-; i have no good drinking water no
.r 't. t ;" .t. \..., Five .. helicopter plunged into the "We were a little crampd, sanitation, no heat."
Forecastat
..... .', Day AboutBryant Eel River 40 miles south of Eureka said Bill Flynn, a Greyhound In Oregon, the State Board ol
,
.::1' 't 't, ,,.. Saturday. Seven died In representative who was among Health began getting queries on

;.. ',, Temperature are expected to Tampa and 77 to 58 at Mi another California 'copter crash the marooned, "and while we how to prevent typhoid fever.

..".. '...,,:. .,. >IIv. average three to six degrees ami. Rainfall, if any will occur last Tuesday north of Eureka. weren't starving there was only The board said it had plenty ol

=- .11"'' -:-;:. ...... i ,. above normal for the five day toward the end of the week with Oregon reported II deaths jnough food for us to eat twice a vaccine on hand The Oregon
period ending Friday Normal amounts less than 14 inch In and 4 We
\ from flood action. day at 8 am. p.m. State Police reported their
M'5"
f..'t. "f, '' 1f dally highs and lows range from northern portions and V inch in The Red Cross listed 18,300 didn't fat." cper-
; ... ..-? } / From Page 1 get ations had returned to normal!.
M to 42 at Tallahassee
: 72 to SIntosn southern sections.@bttuariu losses was the problem -
= 'p .cl 1'I. I families as suffering major Food shortage One of the closing rescue 05-!

name the Board of Regents to homes, businesses or throughout the northwestern eratlons In Idaho was the airlift

.:., (AP) Wlrtphotg to ,',. tun) which serve terms op to nine farms' in Oregon, California, corner of California. of 31 persons from a remote

:iJ' years in spite of the fact he will Idaho and Washington. Slick Airways has flown 120,000 sawmill in mountains 70 miles

r= Informal News Conference i only serve as governor for this No official estimate of damage pounds of foodstuffs to Eureka southeast of Boise.

last and final week." was available, but rough and scheduled another flight The management of the mill

::=. President Lyndon Johnson stands croHH-Iegged as guesses by leaders of reUef and today with 200,000 pounds! sponsored the lift after the road

h* talks to reporters on the lawn of the Texas White 1 Before Bums threatened court rescue operations put it at close I aboard a Constellation. I to the mill became blocked by

... House In Stonewall yenterday. The President outlined ."u Olin_._1 irri"
= his plans concerning the opening of Congrens.ST ;that if the governor-elect didn'tlike families were taken to

: JIMMIE JONES LEONARD GRIFFIN Bryant's appointees, Burns More About More AboutTraffic Boise where most have rela
TOO LOUD TRENTON JimmieC. would withhold their names
BRONSON Leonard Clifton tives.IOULWAII.
Jones, (3, died here Saturday from' the Senate office before
=- _The Beatles-whose worship1L following a brief Illness. Griffin, 77, died Saturday at the Senate met and submit his Toll

pers scream so loudly the mus!. Alachua General Hospital In own. I :
A long time resident of Trenton -
: clans can't be heard-are trying"jrf e. Gainesville.\
Z .
: to overcome the scream barrier Jones was a member of Senate confirmation: Is necessary From Page 1 From Page 1 .
the Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife for the to be
appointments
Detours set at the
:L: partly. Multiple deaths pushed the were up ::
Survivors Include h I wife Mrs. Ophelia Griffin his mother permanent.That .
The hairy millionaires have j : oil upward In several states.In Williston Cutoff and at Mica-

=S"set up a projector which Hashes Juanita Jones; four daughters, Mrs. Sallle\ Griffin, of Wiliston .: theory may not hold California a three-car nopy but the four troopers and .
Ml sILlY Mnarol Pt
t'.onll; titles and words on a small Mrs. Shirley Bailey, Clearwater, ; two sons Clifton and' water though. rash rain-slicked US. 101 eight deputies still could not ."'.... toM,. Kilty M. lou
the front of the stage.F Mrs. Catherine Harris, Ocala, Theron, both of Branson; four Secretary pf State Tom Ad : on keep traffic moving so the war*, aga 4f. machtnlc will bt tot *0.
,
screen on Oceanside took five lives It N A M an WMntMay Ducmbar
= Mrs. Audrey Little, P I k evllle, sisters, Mrs. Eula Nix, of Tampa ams told a news conference today ear northbound lane of 1-75 was 30. ItM ., M.I.'..", MallumlChurch
Mrs. Three persons lost their lives in win D,. *. C. !lull.* Obu
and Mrs. Billi- Dewey Pardee Mica-
GONEA Ky., Margaret his legal staff Interpreted
GEMS collision In Wisconsin Rapds opened under emergency con- ducting tha .",Ie... burial, wil" bo *
ter, Columbus, Ohio; three nopy Mrs. Clara Senterflet I the law to mean this: "once the a ditions. Permission was later Grtan Pond Camafary mar Grovtlm.
>: of burglars raided theIT and three others were killed In with Committal Mrvlco th.'. atPM J.
pair sons, Thomas, US. Air force, Williston, and Mrs. Eat r Is appointments are made and the obtained from the Governor' sofa tha direction ol WiliarTnomai .

Tlverton, England countryhorn James, U.S, Navy, and Jimmie BUtch, Williston\ ; four brothers, commissions Issued, the offices a smash-up In northern Illinois Office, by Ocala authorities, to I Funtril Horn*.

: of Mrs. Denys Rhode", aK C. Jr., .Trenton one brother John Henry VolUe, Grady, and are filled. We don't think Burns The three Wisconsin deaths keep the second: lane IUTTt MIL MAII"IIIT'. tnoral .-
cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, Leonard all of plus five other fatalities there in open Mrvlcn lor Mn. "' ..,.... I
Eaph, Trenton and a sister, Chlefland, and could withdraw th* names throughout the night. Sun,. aga II, houatwita. will M KMot
H and made off with money belonging Mrs. Emma Hodder, Trenton. four grandchildren There Is no direct law on this separate accidents, helped set a2month 11:n A M. on Tuaiday. OKWHT
said handle
Roberts to that .
Maharani of : record. The toll in as. too II Oravaild* I In IvtrgiCamotory PI.
= to the IDA MATTHEWS but that's how wo Interpret It." kind of traffic the four lanes with .... Sari, Pig conducting
MARGARET BUTTSWEST Wisconsin now stands at 1,048 ...
Sikklm. too sutc lurlal wM' OlIn
ORLANDO Adams said Burns still had would be needed continuously.State I fvtrgraon Camotory undtr .,.. Iroctlon .
'"' Police didn't disclose the PALM BEACH-Mrs Mrs. Ida D. ,for 1964 well past the previous
of WIIHami-TKomat Fmtrd
two outs
I amount oC money taken from Margaret E; Butts, 81, former Matthews. 91, who lived most of though. high of 957 In 12. Road Board member I Horn,

ZT the Maharani who J Is the former AP, Wri54iott) .. ttuo. Gainesville resident died Fri,her life j In ,Starke, died here If the Senate rejects the Bryant I Four other states also havetopped Ralph Powers said today the MIP.IINO, MIL eLLIN-Punonl ttr"-

York socialHe. day in a hospital here after along 'Sunday after a long Illness. appointments, or does not earlier year-lon state has not yet accepted the lea for M... I Man. Harrlng, ago 10
Hop Cook, a New Mrs. Irral Berger, knownas act on them by the time the Marion I will ba hal* M IN P.M. so Mm.say .
County Portion of 1-75
took Illness records Oklahoma stands at Doc......' 5$. IM4 at Os vPunrl .
thieves also some I :
,.. The "Swinging Granny, practices She was a native of Millcdge- Senate adjourns at the end 01 as complete but expects to do Chapal with' IrothMJon,

= of Mrs. Rhodes' Jewels, Including In her kg cabin home She was a native of St. Petersburg ,vllle, Ga, and the widow of the May, then the offices would be Minnesota 773, compared has to 762 last year 811; so in about four weeks. ,Adam, will conducting... to Oral SOs. Lawn aarvlcM C....lulal ...,,

) a brooch given to her as aS" near Snoqualmle, Waih., for late Eugene S. Matthews, who vacant and subject to another reported Powers said the road is still, vnotr, Mo dlrocllon of DonoVi fial _.

wedding present by the queen. her New Year's Eve appearance Surviving are one sister Mrs served more than 25 years on appointment, this I time, by deaths so far this year, bre.k.1 suffering from the effects of I 1434 1 Homa II. M.Ird.. Harrlng Ave." limO who Oxftiro IIM
VIOLENCE at Saa Quentin Prison. Jessie Bonnell, Gainesville; and 'the Florida Public: Utilities Com Burns. hag the old mark of SOI set In Hurlcane Dora.Following I in t*an. Unly.,.,_Taacitmg III.....Mnctallowing wHarrlng .

The' 10 .. year old great- two brothers, George Atwater, mission.. Or, U Burns could secure 1963; Colorado fatalities now Dora, last September Wat momOtr X JdmitWltnoti

ZI: Edward Seamon, 32, a Job- grandmother plans to bring Sarasota, and Frank B. Atwa. I Mrs. Matthews was a memberof Migrations from the Bryant total 551, compared to a record the Marion section of ol Kingdom tho lamlly Hall art lunnmamoan EM I.*,
down the Jailhouse with her ten, Tampa the First Methodist Church and get the State tan bus M....,., Oavlt, ,., y,
Hi leu actor was taken to New appointees 508 In 1963 and Tennessee reports I-7S had to be raised about six Mn. Lima M. Marthall. jKiumlil. ,
York's 13th Precinct and freed latent ditty "Do DIp I I y." "1 RILEY nOULWARE the W. T. Weeks chapter. Board of Education-the governor 1,048 deaths so far this feet Mn. lolo rittchor, ",. Mtada. .
= Mn.
he don't really like to go en the LAKE CITY -Riley Mtoulwari ,' United Daughters of the Con the secretary of state the year compared to 941 last year.I A short stretch of the northbound Mn. Mary Amlu, Hamaoy.Jan* .,..Otlnaivllli.......... OHwtvlllt
C "on $1,000 bond after was road." she "but I keep federacy, and was an organizer attorney general the treasurer lont, JomM H Horrmg JOCiIoIII.
,, says lane is still
68, of Mcintosh, died California led the nation with unpaved and ., J. W Herring, JanMnn 'Ie l lOn
V. charged with getting all those bookings." In a hospital here Saturday.He of the first Mothers Club In and the superintendent of edu 59 traffic deaths during the the shoulders of the road still *,Ilitar, M.... La. Jontt. Q ,, I Itman

.=;draaglnl a po- was born in Ninety-Six, ,'Starke, forerunner of the Worn'an's cation-to agree to making the Christmas period followed by need to be bedded in. Orlando Ot. ,ON ri,*orothor. Snock VCHMol

TElceman: almost MEDIC PLEA I II S.C.\ but had lived most of his I Club. change, then Burns c: 0 U I Id New York with 38 and Michiganwith Following completion og fill 'ON'" M*. JIMMII C. Purl
Michael the life in the Mcintosh Surviving are one daughter change the board. 35.While work and paving, the Mrvlcat for Mr. Jon t win to Hid al
_Dr. E.DcBakey, area He highwaywill
> (block with an I Mrs. H. B. McLeondon Orlando J pm on Tunday, Doc....... I>. ItMat
cardiovascular surgeon who recently worked as a mechanic and at- "But, said Adams, "I don'tthink this year's Christmas \ be turned over to the state tho Trtnton Church of Ckrllt wtrotnar '
.
:. automobile after ; one son, Eugene L. Mat we're going to on lyrtn Conlay .conduct. "INaanko
agree and the final
operated on the Duke 01 tended the Methodist Church toll was well below the 1955 link will allow *. turlal will follow 1 M P I nOrovo
=. the officer thews, Starke; four grandchildren one group of names and then traffic to flow tha dl'attho I'
Windsor, says many strokescan He was a veteran of World record it far surpassed the 1 unhampered from .c-1..r .
and Homo ot raMATTHIWI.
four
Patrick Crowe, ... be avoided If doctors have War I.Surviving. great grandchildren come back a week later and number of deaths counted In a II Wildwood to Macon, Ga. I tos.
"
IT ,stopped him I f access to latest research find-- are his wife, Mrs. vote to oust them. recent three-day test period. General Contractor for the MIL IDA D. '_11M"
Job Is San Marco '.... lor M.... M._. lot "
Construction
An Associated Press of
Daisy Pearl
MadisonAvenue I ings. Boulware; one survey ,
:. 'on) .: More About will bahtwttUMam: on Tuo highway deaths from 8 CII., St. Augustine but the fill Dvctmbtr, MMMralCnaoal. '
and I The Houston physician speaking -daughter, Mrs. Maxine R Howell pm. ,mao al Jonat
: llama lurlal will b In Cnby >
m.. on a television program, Lakeland; one ton Robert Thursday Dec. 10 to midnight Job for raising the road was LMt CImlOsry.sods, tho*dlrtttw
36th Street. ... -- 4. Boulwar Sunday Dec. 14 counted 394 fatalities. subcontracted to the Marlon .. Ito Cowl' C. Jontt Punorol our
loose and fired I called for the Johnson administration Gainesville; two JohnsonFrom .I .,...... Tha family roqutttt" "'alliowart
''Crow broke to Implement a Wbl! brothers. Paul and R. C Boul instruction Co., Ocala.M. .b* omifitd.KNIOMTI .

::.:. .four shots two of warning and lion crash program of researchon ware, both Mclntosh; three L. Smith, Gainesville, Is Ml WILLIS '*.'*

two at the car. On shot killed heart disease, cancer and' isters, Mrs. Esther Gist Me- I'age 1 UF to Host project engineer. tarvlcM.IN lar P 50.Mr.an Knlgntt T_' will. ocama M hrdat .

a man leaving a hotel door. strokes. The program was recommended Mrs. Ruth Cist, Ocala 5p IM at. Ml Cannoi lass CwHtiltv .....
by a presidential and Mrs. Blrblt Abernathy As part of his efforts to bo!- mentum already achieved Kills Ex-Wifc Mrvlcat. Surlal A. Hawaii will, lie oonductlni hi Plntttwa 105
TO WED Jacksonville and ter relations with various nations Chile Visitors sod,? UK dtroctloH ol Duncan l....
commission headed by DeBaky. ; eight grand would continue until every last _1_ M,. In...... wit* IIWI II
the
President
la
children. working vestige of the I Is elms 0.11I. dill.
_Charles Dfckeni, great-great- on dates for visits from a large problem Ten administrators of educational Other Woman ZJSLKnS:

mmr- .grandson of the author, has announced HONORED number of chiefs of state during Ina ted." institutions In Chile will IIIOH. UWIINCS tiMe luwUMrvlcat

will I Man RobbedAt the coming months. These visits arrive at the University of Florida Anti Himself lor Mr. Slim. W canwill -
; that he marry Johnson wrote McNamara In ba hd M |:egTgmTtn Mwdty
S Mrs. Harold wife 01
Wilson are expected to average about Jan. 4 for a our-week seminar 0... M. 'IM4 at Hvghao g, C.aif'..lMaworiol
Hungarian-born Countess Jeani. the British prim minister has connection with the filing of a Chtaal wltn Day Dlt.
two a month during tile next conducted by the Univer JACKSONVILLE (AP) Larry Deft "" *'t <*, .......... briM
i.:; :, Wenckhelm In February. been elected "Woman of the KnifepointIn year ,final report by the President'sCommission sity's College of Education.The D. 27 who will bo ai Ml Plaatant Comtttry o 0'

jj Dickens 27, Is an employe of Year" by the Association of In addition. Johnson 1 ta knownto on Equal Opportunity Department of State selected shot and Boyer.killed, his police said dor...s th"*_dlrocHan.. ....If Hughn 1Iw. ..k C"ai'
H. In London. Turkish Women. Here In the Armed Forces. The estranged 51u00 St J J,, tJ '
the Foreign! Office I Alley be considering the appointment the University of Florida wife and another woman yesterday VII.. w.,.,_* 5 M* 51'5 P...
of a large number of six-member committee, headed to conduct the seminar "in died a IHorwe It-., MI. IIMT i .11 _
JL Louie S. Echols Jr. no NE new by Gerhard A. Gesell, view of the Interest In such today of a self-inflict so Joss H, loss 5. SaudsoliSt. ,..
About 5'4 *
More ambassadors. II ,was Indicated ed wound In the temple. 501 NosO nan> all w Mat 5*. to
1th Ave., was robbed at knife ton attorney dealt with wasblna-I Latin American projects indicated Icw .Wr..ri If ma 51uy art "5
I I as many as U or 20 posts might 5005 M... .... sl_. ,
point about 7:M p.m. Sunday Ina" be Involved. bastion In facilities by the University and because Boyer killed his former( wife, M... '-' A.-, 4 Ntw lb5Il'Tort.
I Raid home was bases and In the National' of Its outstanding resources Sharon Ann Sri. 5wl L.. 5,,.,, "_
alley near Mi lit reported The State-of.(he-Union mes- Boyer B, and her 5r. L..... Si,w ,4v MiC'. '5'brIms
to city police. Guard. ." roommate )Irs. Maxine Stack L. 'IW Jr. If PS. LSO'AO'"
.
sage the first of the "bl three" .
is he .
.
-... From Page 1 Echols told investigators he messages: going to Congress In The committee said progress, The State Department adminsten home also n. with a .3* caliber -..... '.?..".." "OW"..-.. _, ""I ItT5vS .
went out of his house for a moment the International Teacher revolver Sunday before( .... -
January. Is "pretty well bracketed has bees. made In Integration A( M'" .A_ ITO"."'..
=- lug quartet already was on its structures destroyed and seven and was accosted In the out." a qualified source National Guard but much Development program authorised -, turning the weapon on himself, PsumIt -cot! .., M..., usur"
units Act OL sot. It II It .... bu
way down. bodies sprawled In the wreck alley by two young white men. said, and the actual writing has remains to be done. I by the Fulbrlght Hays police reported. '"'-.. a Pl'"' ._ C0rO5busub ..II
.. .
Or. ,
.
= It was loaded with 300-pound age. The duo fled with Echols' teen started. In cooperation with the Department The women beta mothers of ... tie .__.... ..__ .... .

..: bombs known as "daisy cut- "Better than fair." Harwood wallet, containing $30:; to $80, Workalsolawell along on the The committee: described racial I of Health Education two-year-old boys, were about Ml.a,50 pa. 0'. di'
"so .
= ten" because of the steel probe commented when no heard the driven license and papers.In I budget, but some major decisions discrimination In public and Welfare.The to leave their home when Boyer ...... Mro.- .Oosssso"'-' P.50"-ut
welded onto their report a incident Bruce accommodations and housing visiting educators are drove and shot ."II. .W. ..a ,_ .-.. dill
noses. They separate remain to be mad by school directors and assistant up them according ..... lit em, pams I
:. detonate before they penetrate This mission was one of 11,143sorties Caravan Key West, report d Johnson. Then Include the near bases as "particularlyacute from Institutions to patrolmen E. M. RePlIer

:. Uie ground. I flown by Vietnamese to police Sunday morning that amount of money to be asked in Germany and certain 'directors school teach preparing and J. Miller

The1etnamese pilot was air force: against the Viet Cong someone stole 1100 to $150 from for what the President calla hb areas of the Far East" R said ers. elementary Boyer drove across town to Gain'srill. SunPI.bIillled

= cautious. He released a bomb at2Sdofeetandthenpulledoutof in four months. Four squadrons his unlocked car. The auto wu "antlpoverry program." whether commanders should take vigorous -I his room wrote a note and then

", each with 2) planes and,parked in the driveway o( to propose a pay Increase for action to eliminate patternsof McNaniara's hot himself In the temple when!! mes'acs __

:. the dive. Five seconds later the based at lien Hoa, Saigon Plei-! Frank W Beach, 1202 SW 1st government civilian. workers segregation and discrimination police arrived to arrest him. Send5,. end Sunday ""OfGo.rww.ll *-

= plane trembled as the bomb epluded *- ku and Da Nang -flew the mia Ave. and the amount of an. education affecting troops off base. Mother Dies I The note read: by *......, ., *101 VJ SI;

-.. leaving a huge crater sions. I package. Johnson attended services PALO ALTO. Calif. (AP) "I am sorry for what I have 'Iec.. ._ FIeri t

where a but once stood. I About 1,000 US. Air Force Haiti Broken Up la a letter to Secretary of De- Sunday at SL Barnabas Episcopal Funeral services were scheduled -done but 1 loved her too much. bud .*ew .. .." ,.cotd ctisi'bo"W orCIICUUTIOM
at Office
men help the Vietnamese ls 55
: The two remaining planes fly ens* Robert S. their combat missions Amerl
were flgure-elghting/ their way KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia for publication Sunday, He was accompanied by )fn. 'Oars NeO Mc. amar..)11.1 History lessee: What president SAUl ITCAIIIH
can ground crews take care of (AP Johnson said h* wanted the last mother of Defense Secre carried a billet In kit armor
; onto the target on strafing runs. ) Antiguerrilla operations Johnson and his sitter and r7 01 MAIL
I I
Three later the the Skyralders, which have twoIntl ID southwest Malaysia have vestige of racial discrimination brother-ln-Uw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ifc. amara. Mrs.Mc.Namara .I a years? Be was Andrew 1 Wgwh ..4)1IM

:. the passes quartet one for the Vietnamese! I Men. calM oft following the ended In the armed form.H Birge Alexander of Fort Worth. died yesterday at Jlboli. orbs was wounded ta a ...S5S)
shambles and
)left flew back
= la Bien Hoa base. pilot and another for the American breakup of the latest band of told McNamars the De TeL a ronvataceot hospitaL .I duel b IsU The bnbeddra bat- AI .... ....... inoH
adviser Slnjlt-jeat Sky armed Indonesian tavadm. I tense Department has "don an )(rs. McNamara. the widow let want removed onU 13.: ... "U",

This mission was over The raiders flown. exclusively by the I A government spokesman sceOcnt Job In resoNlrg many After the services they visited of Robert J. Uc.Namara. was Perhaps the most eaniankmm := .. Awdot lusosos S.

;;.. Vaults? Vietnamese are serviced by said a >>mile stretch, consid- aspects of the general problem I. : wf graves of jRfh W. and a native of Yuba City, CaU of a3 Wkite House residents c... 1

= The forward air controller Vietnamese. red the moat likely site for further A discriminatory treatment el Ruth A. Babw. the Presidents She became tile of tilt original Jacksm. according to snme so .5.. -- -. .. .---

::! who had pinpointed the target Each month the Skyrslden Indonesian Undine, was these ba tilt armed forces. but maternal grandparents, ta the residents of the Sequoias a Ihorities, engaged ta spfroxinutely -su_. '-- .. ..

:.. with smoke rockets thrown. from drop 1.500 tons of expkwivts on being kept under dusk-todawn added Fredericksburg communitjcemetery. 'txnimiiuty for elderly pcisuos IM brawls and duets b bus-,, -S --.. .a.. --U

alloy spotter plane reported 10|I Viet Cong poiiUons. curfew. "I would hop that the II>>- at nearby Portota alley | I his JiletJmt. 5 on -.



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December 2*, G"clln....iu. :ours i



SMILE! With Art Buchwald* I An Endless Horror StoryBy t.! I WE GOT



LOYAL GOL'LDFRANKFURT torture, starvation, disease and arms and tossed them alive onto I ,
TeerzA overwork as slave laborers. lasollne-sprayed piles of burn-, SO BIG
gers Reply Germany The majority were civilians leg bodies "where they rolled
(!AP-The horrors of Auschwitz Jews Slavs and Gypsies considered around like little fire balls. I 'CAUSE WE::
1 have been unfolding before) a undeserving of life In the Defendant Perry Broad shot CHARGE SO LITTLEr
German court for a year now. Third Reich But they alsp In- aven-haired, teen-age Jewish I '
The shocking testimony Is cluded American, British, I rent a car from t
girls after molesting
; sexually
clearly wearing on the Judges French, Canadian and Soviet ): .
WASHINGTON lit a recent what we see and that'a all thereIs But what can you do about It*f[ them: I .CONO.U
and Jury who must listen to it. prisoners of war, forced at pistol
article I reported that a youth to Ito"From People talk about it, but no "Doctor" Josef Klehr, a day "3 99
They have at least another point to shed their uniforms
research outfit discovered that Philadelphia, a young one takes action. C'est Ia vie." laborer before becoming an enlisted -, :I.
month to with no verdict minutes before the .
go entering
the American teen age society man writes, "I strongly be- From New .York City a teen- gas SS medical aide, forced, OM Oil. Inwnnc* AD InclixM
before March.Of .
had become a matriarchy, lieve that the Incidents of fe age girl writes, "I am aware expected chambers.The young boys to hold their struggling NO DROP CHARCI
and teen age girls were not male dominance in teen age that most boys seem to be the 21 defendants on trial, descriptions by survivors fathers while the defendant -i TO MX AIRPORT
only controlling the money of circles are rare and a result pushovers to the Iron whim of 14 were free on bail when the often revolt courtroom vbUGn.I stabbed their elders' hearts Phone FR 6.3644N.Ih".hM4 c..,.,
Snlc
teen-age boys, but also dictating 'of isolated cases where a weak-their girl friends. Nowadaysany sessions began Dec. 20, 1963. Of I Presiding Judge Hans Hofmey- with a hypodermic needle containing I I II 6n NW. Ilk S,....
to them as to w hat!willed and cowering male has girl who knows what she these, I have been Jailed on the er weeps unashamedly on hearing I lethal carbolic acid. I
clothes they would wear, what been completely brainwash wants and or is intelligentcan I'I basis) of incriminating evidence witnesses tell such details as i
car they would buy, and what I by a big bellowing maid, who make her boy friend accept given In the courtroom. The oth this:
college they would go to. more than likely comes froma ) her decisions on practically S never know when testimonywill Defendant Wilhelm Boger rlOZENFOOOlOCXH.CIMT1M FREEZER LOCKER'RENTALS
Well, the mad has been com long line of domineering any matter. But please Jail them too. Aware of this, nicknamed "the Devil of Auchwita" !- .
ing in and Its only fair to let'women. tell all your male readers that, each brings to every trial session -I ;
the teen agers reply to these: "It is an Insult that we males I while taking advantage of the an overnight bag with pajamas by former Inmates !
dastardly charges.A ,should be Judged by the weaker situation, most girls are deplor- soap, a toothbrush and an I tore babies from their mothers' "" BEEF FOR HOME
young man from of our sex, those of our sex ing the spinelessness and lack extra white shirt. ,
wood, New Jersey, says, Ridge-I who hive no right to be call of determination of their boy In more than 120 court sessions FOR ixruT FREEZERSFINANCING ,
that article Is so screwy. Me ed males." friends. Not that we want all over 250 witnesses have Tree Surgery I
and the guys I hang around, A cadet at Staunton Military men to be arrogant or to for- testified about deliberate savagery 'o'C'\1..I.. --
with no girl's! gonna pushus !,Academy agreed with the sur- get women are people, too, but at the German extermination *o.II'.SW FR 2.5351 |
around. Like Laurie she vey."It just not to be 'suckers.' Not center In Poland.Documentary C.vlryW.rk AVAILABLE
helps me with decisions and is true that the teenage long ago I met a boy who 1 evidence shows .Tn.-
stuff. .1 mean that's what boy Is going to hell. He crumbles -actually thinks for himself and, ".....1
girls are for, right! But, well I I under the wink of his girl while respecting my opinions,I i that, during its five years of .5rslna
she knows who's boss, and friend and Is so tightly wrapped he retains the right to form I operation, untold millions per- *ca.- McCALLUM51N9
that's the difference. Like we' around her little finger\his own. The shock was so I ished In Auschwitz Nail Germany'a Pwni.t

talk over my plans for college,that nobody can fit a needle great I feel in love with him." I biggest and smoothest- Me..w WHOLESALE ,
and stuff, and she got me my;between them Actually, t h From Bordentown Military I functioning death factory. They
Job after school .things like reason boys heel behind 'I Academy, New Jersey, a ca- I I,were victims of mass gasings, 20,.N.W.. s 16a A.....FR 10,5w.'. ." 504 N.W. 8th AYe
that. .but say, if I want to masters is that they do det says, "Until now I hadn't' burnings, hangings, shootings
see a certain movie, that's want to lose their 'treasures.1,realized how great an influ-
PEON.E tELIEVE IN MAYTAG ttOP.U BttlEVC IN MAYTAft PEOF



I Taking Inaugural Balls I MAYTAG Year-End Inventory Clearance Sale!



To People a Smart Move



I By ALLEN MORRIS 1 Burns innovation which well one to press gowns, someoneto OFFER
TALLAHASSEE There! is may possess far-reaching slgnlflcance. coordinate corsages, and OFFER
a feeling here that Governor-' advance information on what ABSOLUTELYENDS
ABSOLUTELY
elect Haydon Burns has scored The oath taking by the colors others will "e art o
two political advances Cabinet was worked into the avoid clashes in the receivinglines. ENDS
more important than they Inaugural formalities only recently '
might seem by taking Inaugural initially to pad out the, DEC. 31 DEC. 31
This is the sort of
-
balls to the people out- program on the Capitol steps arrangIng
that
seem unlmpor
may
side Tallahassee. there retiring
because was no
tent to the textbook student ogovernment
First, this whirl of social activity governor with a speech t G but actually Is ex
will cause the new Governor make at the second Inauguration !
tremely vital. While Florida
and the Cabinet to be- of LeRoy Collins.
has
grown enormously In population -
come better acquainted un The Cabinet, until Burns,i the official community
der the circumstances helpfulto had no formal part In the:In Tallahassee remains thrj

Burns. I gubernatorial inaugural social,same size There are still just
Second, these traveling cere- festivities beyond Joining In seven men at the Board tableon
monies will bring the new the tail of the grand march! Tuesdays here. There Is a
Governor to with numerous other dignttar-I I social pressure to avoid public 1 OnniopvALu
many of the I ies. Inaugural p hot disagreements whenever
men and Cracker show interest centered on the I possible
women woo new governor and his family
helped elect personal and official. It may help make the point -

him but who Politic I I This! time, however, the II to report that In the instance
otherwise I spotlight will be broadened to of the least manageable memo

might not_ _ 'fall, by the Governor elect's ber of th, Cabinet In the past
have the opportunity direction, upon the Cabinet, quarter century the one With The Purchase Of Any New
to Join in the cele-I the Supreme Court and the win once offered to step outside .
bration. .presiding officers of the '65 to continue an argumentwith fMI I\\
Obviously numerous of Legislature. All are to go from a colleague, his wife retrained
those who worked for the election Tallahassee with i Governor at their home elsewhere
of a governor do not findit and Mrs. Burns on the roundof during his tenure here 10,000
10,000
convenient to Journey to Tallahassee the state. I Actually, the traveling festivities Value StampsFREE
Top
Yet the Inaugural I. One member of the Cabinet seem tailored from a Top Value Stamps
ceremonies could be the) cli- has been casting himself In Burns formula Burns appearsto FREE
mactic moment for the enthusiasm the role of the Burns critic have a knack for harnessing During our Annual During' our Annual
sustained since the there, perhaps expecting to divergent elements. This Maytag Year-End Maytag YearEndInventory
Democratic primaries. cash in on whatever political at times could be on an "or Clearance
There always has been an advantage there may develop else" basis, but even so he Inventory Clearance
awkward hiatus In relations'to being regarded as the opposition achieved the purpose of producing Salt! Sale I
between any new governor' within the executive highly satisfactory
and his supporters just after family. compromises I
he has taken office. The first I Asked the other day whether His career as Mayor of Jacksonville ,
six months after Inauguration he expected to make tbe was characterized by I
have seen governors tied to I i,!round of inaugural balls outside recognition of the value of, AUTOMATIC WASHER AND DRYER

Tallahassee by getting new Tallahassee, he shrugged team p la ,. Government In
administrators settled h office his shoulders and said, "What,Tallahasssee. under Florida's
I budget hearings, other else could I da" And, Indeed special multi executive MAYTAG MultiCycloI
legislative preparations, and what else could he do for staying I,tem, means many vital 'Y.I .. _ j
then the regular session of the aloof would simply make.alone are the product of -- r DRYERS
Legislature.This I him appear oafish. So he will'sensus and compromise. I D : ij-- IMPORT ANTI.
round of Inaugural go along, even though he will II that way, then the Governor- I

balls, taking tho new Governor' be contributing to the Imageof ,elect should be on familiar l _-- _
and Cabinet (and others), to a unified governmentalfront ground here.Beavers I This Offer Is I
Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville here with Burns as the u".u".4
Miami and Pensacola. 11'1111 captain of the t. a m. This Capacity Only Available |
help bridge that hiatus. ,'I Image cannot do other than are able to gnaw I Line File.eAyieee I @
Whether Burns thought of I'help Burns as a candidate fur while submerged without get J Til Dec. 31st. .
the idea or someore cite, the(|reelection I I ting water In their mouths. If Shack Dispenser I Our '
Governor-elect evidenced p savvy by adopting the 1 I under the general yourself. I I DII.I".' I Annual I iM
)I .
plan for he has special need chairmanship of Broward Williams W.t" So., aOOcy /
of keeping in touch with the I of Tallahassee, has '{ rf seek I R pr
DRY
people his own political i ,worked out details of the ;d.I" I MAYTAG
workers and the' public generally grand tour to the degree of _65 1 .,..4-I-c... 9entls.ve ASaf
since he Is a candi-I assigning a person whose responsibility I Multl..t.'tone I YEAR.END I urrounds elofh5l
date for reelection In 1566. I will be that of seeing ,.,.tu.. ..lectie.
This sharing of Inauguralglory that the Cabinet wives ..4 I RUSTPROOF I CLEARANCE | >l
with members of the have, from city to city, hair. Molle sure YOU stay alive '
I
Cabinet and their wives Is a:,([dressing appointments some- lo celebrate meny m reNew CABINETS SALE! |
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TilE SUN'S POLICY By JOHN. S. KNIGHT j'' try ta the world today, yet probably Ishe least known

FuMltlw. Tit* Miami _tit Wb.ahe news came recently that Red nawondered

1. Report the news fully clod! impartially In the news columns 1964 was a year in which ed her first atomic bomb, people everywhere pog
2. Express the opinions of the Sun In.-tut only "editorials.. nearly all other news developments 1 soon the Peiplng regime would make more bombs and<1 P"-

3. Publiih oil sides of Important conbovertlal iuuts. ran a poor second to haps increase the threat to neighboring countries. But be-

All 378-1411 the Presidential cause few news correspondents have been permitted to enter -
The Sun's : departments campaign,
telephones dun as it was. the mainland of China, very little Is known even about
the essential facts of the country's growth and economic
When November mercifully development or how soon the terror of her bombs may
brought this
uneven contest to

Take Off the False Face an end Lyndon Johnson had be Professor widened. Chu Yuan Cheng, who Is research economist!

i bagged the biggest batch of at the Center for Chinese Studies conducted by the University .

Countless people are despondently the most widely loved persons votes) In history and pronounced of Michigan, is recognized as a top authority on Com

lonely even other people, because the result a "mandate"for munist China's internal affairs In a copyrighted interviewlast
among have glaring handicaps, psychological his policies. "
& World Report he
week in "US. News answers a
they don't know how to be or physical," Dr. Segal reveals in the Barry Goldwater, the man number of significant questions about what is going on in

themselves. "Getting to knowandbe Methodist monthly for families: who never really! wanted to \ Red China a country of more than 700 million people."CHINA'S .
oneself is a task millions hare be President, knew be was \ flWORLD'S

never accomplished," says Julius "While we are not going to please beaten early in the game but ECONOMIC condition," he said, "is very poor

Segal, of the National Institute of all the people all the time, we ARE sought consolation In the 27 now and will not allow her to make ambitious moves (In

Mental Health, in the January issue million ballots cast for the fact China is still on the brink of starvation. But In the
going to find happiness by levelling Republican ticket.PREDICTABLY. longer run, this could be a different story in about
of "Together" magazine.No .
i with the world.. three years, things could

matter what your shortcomings the war in start changing. By 195;
ha pleads, be yourself. Dr. Segal has advice for parents- South Viet Nam bogged down FOREMOST NEWS ANALYST Red China will be a rnurt,!!
be consistent "Children feel as the of that
: secure people unhappy more threatening power to her

Too many of us compromise with when they know where they stand. land found neither strong lead neighbors than she is now.

our real selves in the hope of pleasing And they feel rejected when ership nor the will to fight for Pause Time "First, she will start accumulating .
uncertain goals.A alBalf-
everyone, he writes, and iff a their world changes from day today a nuclear slock

mistake to wear a mask, for the person ." rash of unlawful demonstrations pile at about that timenot
characterized by rioting A-bombs
,who tries to be what he reallyjan't only but we may!
So when parents ask him how to looting and destructionof e> New' flttrk{ i ffimra and territorial conflict with er this emphasis on the start seeing the first Chinese
will be a sham and never accepted private property marred the one another. problems of Southeast Asia rockets
deal with their youngsters, he By JAMES RESTOV: then. Secondly,196?
I sincerely.Why civil rights movemenlCompliallC8 The difference is fundamental and Africa is really wise for will mark a target date
stresses: "Be yourself. Your kids are WASHINGTON We have that
worry about weaknesses or experts at pretending, and they'll with the new now come to the end of the Conflict over Viet the United States, or Asia, Mao Tse-TUng set, back In
civil rights legislation was first half of the 1960'.. W e Nam is not the same as conflict or Africa, and a second 1W9, for the completion of
flaws, real or imagined f "Some of know when you are. Whether the expenditure
better than bad been anticipated Nuclear question: China's
Industrialization
are at war In Viet Nam, but over Germany. pro.
and continues to improve we have killed more people blackmail in Cuba is far of 50 billions a gram. I think 1967 could well

CLAMOR OVER SERMONState's as reasonableness replaces .on the highways this Christ- more dangerous to our national year on military programsin be a turning point year for

obstruction. mas week than we have lost interests than tribal this country will provide Pclpmg, and it Is a crucial

II President Johnson had his in Viet Nam in the last five warfare in the Congo. The more security and progressfor year for the West to watch.

troubles with the Bobby :Baker years. W e are squabblingwith conquest of great Industrial the United States and
College's Case case and the unfortunate our allies, but the 'Atlantic nations like Germany or Ja- the world than a different Professor Cheng was asked .
set of priorities say, 40 how it was possible for
Walter Jenkins episode. Neither Alliance has lasted pan would tip the balanceo
I la the world billion for military defense him to know as much as he
longer and been more successful power
proved damaging in the
(to early December, Coo- dente la Towson last Sep. negate them, it reinforces election. than any other coalition against the West; the same and 10 billion for economic does about Red China, from!

chef College of Baltimore, tember. I can vouch for the them with the fullness found of nations in this cello is clearly not true of the development abroad and education which he fled in 1949 to es.

Md., was the subject uf several fact that Mr. Wood is a personable only In responsible freedom. The excellent President business was favoredby condi- tury. We are still divided at conquest of Viet Nam or the at home. cape the Communists. He replied
This Is the problem President :
stories about a sermon deeply religious dedicated It demands of the individual home by race and region, Congo.
I, news more tions during his first year In Johnson has been discussing -
but the American Negro has "Espionage is
preached by The Rer. man and an effective not less. office. He managed to hold the made more progress toward NEVERTHELESS the at the LBJ Ranch of course, the U.one 2 planes way, and

Frederic C. Wood Jr., the preacher and counselor. Far from reaching immorality confidence of labor and a equality in the last five years next five years of the sixties with his associates In the Cabinet very effective In the case were of

college chaplain." One .( tie large segment of Important than in any other decade may make the Irritations and the Joint Chiefsof the atom bomb. But
The sermon was presented promiscuity, or advocating that fa
business and Industrial Staff and the Bureau of
wire' service accounts was execu since the emancipation proc and provocations of the first not my area In
25th In the
on October College my fleld-re-
tit pre marital relations tives. the Budget In the last few
la the Sin. Many If lamation. five seem
prlsled years search
comparatively
Chapel and was based on the -we can get much In
be .' days. For. the last live
was attempting to sharpen Significant developments Africa
considered is
simple. Just
the
reports were formation from
from Genesis Meanwhile their
Scriptural text the American own of.
the the of during the year Included the beginning to deal with the years, Washington has been
mlilradlng by college sense personal responsibility ficial documents.
I, verses 2S-31. You may recall economy has grown in this that In Commun
president, Otto F. Krauihaar, In ousting of Niklta Khrushchev, realities o f Independence.For assuming international lot
sexual
as In another China
I that passage contains the year of 1964 alone by $40 problems and they now hare
aid him to send the efforts by President Charlesde the last five it military prob-
prompted Neither years about
relationships. 200 .
sentences "So God created billion. This growth in a lems must have first technical periodicals
Gaulle to weaken NATO has been If all priority
following r to alumna) Dr. Wood the acting as
man In His own Image nor College single year, as Edwin L. but In the next five published by various Institutes
explosion of nuclear device the of life
male and female lie created stands for, or preaches, license a Dale Jr., of the New York problems were In the Chinese Academy
the
Red China and for due to the wickedness of the years, problems of edu-
by victory
In the past few weeks Couiher or immorality
them. And God blessed them, as some Times pointed out Sunday, of Sciences and
cation I by carious
: bas been the of of the Labor party In Britain. white man and h Is colonial unemployment t.
: subject our correspondents
is
and said to them, "be fruitful suggestIt nearly as large as the entire academic associations
deal of national ., These events and the problems mentality. In the next five transportation, and urban
a great news and multiply and fill the is our aim, now as In the gross national productof We check these
paper publicity which has earth,and subdue II' :' past, to develop morally responsible posed by the new nationsof Canada, half the total val- years, having got rid of the development at home may rather regularly and periodicals
be find
"lacedh.. College hr the Africa will test President' white man it will have to prove to more Important good
thoughtful young ue of all goods and services Information
minds of many in a distinctly Attending Chapel that day women. Johnson's strength, Ingenuity produced in France each grapple with its problems than military problems is occasionally. This

unfavorable position. The were a number of older persons and wisdom in the days and probably twice the without him, and this may abroad. very difficult work, because
publicity was concerned with although most of the On the campus there was a ahead. year rate of economic growth of make the last five years After all, If the first half sometimes it takes hundredsof

I sermon "Sex Within the Created congregation consisted of stu ripple of Interest for a few But the President can look the Soviet Union. seem comparatively peaceful of the sixties had been comparatively documents to get Just a few

Order," delivered on Oct. dents. An alumnae, prominent days after the sermon was back upon 1964 with the glowof peaceful, if thereIs lines.

aber 25th byh.. College In the affairs of the Collegeand delivered but it died down satisfaction which derives TILE NEWSPAPER head. Almost 100 years after the a new balance of power "We have tor three years

:Chaplain: Dr. Frederic C. a mother of several grown quickly. The Goucher Weekly, from solid accomplishment lines, to be sure, are full of Declaration of IndependenceIn in 1964 the world at the end of conducted a research pro
this
Wood Jr. Many alumnae have children, said to me after the student newspaper, gavean alarms. In Viet Nam in North America, we had is due, not to the ect Investigating scientificand

written telegraphed or tele- ward that she thought the sermon account of the sermon, generally IT IS MY CONSIDERED Cairo, and at the United Na to go through the agony f. nationalism the of De Gaulle, or technical manpower In

phoned me to register their an excellent one and took endorsing Us contents, opinion that our country Is !Indeed tions, the new leaders of the a civil war. Latin America British philosophy of the Communist China. We !hare
disapproval the sermon, the time to congratulate the but mentioning that some students fortunate to have Lyn new nations are condemlng is still a jungle of confusion of the Germans, or studied thousands and thou.
the Indians
Chaplain and the College. I Chaplain.My disagreed with It. From don Baines Johnson in the and defying the United a century and a half after but to the economic sands of periodicals, booklets
and
doubt that few, If any, of my about It the student newspaper, the White House. States, but the location of 11 s independence. Africa, political stabilityand and newspapers."
correspondents<< or those who own feelings subject was picked up by the with and willpower of the United
were mixed. I thought the lie understands better than the problems and the danger more problems less States.
News
wrote directly to Dr. Wood first ballot the College Service and was the columnists who call turn"cautious" of the problems at the education and experience. Is Mr. Cheng that China's
says
.had. .Ithpp. herd_. nr.. rmA__ the. sermon was evidently given fairly wide time not the clearly headed like Asia,
-- .n n that thundering present are future
unguarded In the references circulation WHAT, TIIE.V. Is the fu. depends on the
I sermon In quo I t Ion.I Their through that agen ultimatums and noble declarations same as at the beginning of for a period of great turmoil growth of her
made the and
complaints were based to enjoyment cy. The story found Its 'way ture of America in the next national econ
the sixties.
the article upon. playful aspects of sex, but I back to Baltimore as an article are meaningless with- five years' Can she sustain omy, the relations with Mos
Z very In the sketchy carried approved of the later section In "The Evening Sun" of out planned procedures and When the decade started How the United States approaches her economic power with a cow and the West, and the

: press. which stressed the responsibility December 4th, five weeks firm resolution. the danger was of general all these problemsIn growing population I In a unity of the Communist Par-

.j The Urge bulk of my mall, that parties In sex relations after the sermon had been de Mr. Johnson has both qualities war over Berlin and Germany the'comlnc years may time of industrial and scientific ty. He says that today Com

however, has come from people have for each other livered. In abundance. lie meansto ; now the danger is of very well be decisive. Since revolution I Can she munist China Is Isolated and

4 with no association with and the fact that the laws reunite NATO by patient limited war over Met Nam. the beginning of the sixties, educate her children and or. hostile to the three most pop-

Goucher. It Is evident that regarding sex relationshipsare It was then picked up by discussion and ncgotlatlo n, In the first half of the sixties we have assumed that we ganlze the common defense ulous countries In the world

1 Gouchcr Is being talked about effective only insofar as the "New York Times" and free from threats and giving the Soviet leaders should devote most of our of a common civilization In Russia India and the

throughout the country. I am they are Internalized rather national press services. Each proper consideration to the thought they could blackmail time, energy and resources the Atlantic? United States. To Improve her

certain that most alumnae are than Imposed from without. new recital has progressively views of our allies. the United Stales with to every International, na- These, it seems to many position, be thinks China must

J quite clear In their minds neglected the central issue! For the first time In many their nuclear rockets In tional and even tribal conflict observers here, are the change this situation and that,
The burden of the
shout the College's stand on general of responsibility which Mr. years, we now have In Assistant Cuba; now since the showdown in the world that was main questions for the next If In the near future
sexual morality even thougha sermon was to take sex out of Wood stressed, but gave Secretary of State. Thomas In the/ Caribbean In Influenced in any way by five years, rather than what cannot improve its relation Peipln

few who have written me the context of guilt feelings, free play to his remarks C. Mann, an experienced 1962, they know better. At Communist power or Ideology General Khanh In Saigon, with these big countries it

seem to believe that we have conventional laws, and prurience about the pleasurable aspectsof administrator of Latin American the start of the sixties Moscow Colonel Nasser in Cairo, and will have to continue ,
and to hold it as something Such to fighton
sex phrases as "fluIova"
and Peking at the
suddenly taken leave of our affairs were black racists at the United three fronts.
senses, dismissed all conventional natural, good creative, have crept Into the reports Commendably the President least pretending to be allied THE CRITICAL questionnow I Nations have to the whole This will keep

'S standards of morality, and capable of fulfilling! individuals even though this phasewas Is not yielding to the against the West; now they being discussed increasingly about the less Important say tress and country In great
r and through lovt. In this neither used nor Implied. are engaged In a religious in Washington is wheth- strain.
ire counselling our students "hawks" In the Pentagon who squabbles of the moment.
connection be made the statements Thus .
the reports have become
1 4 to licentiousness. This would risk a large scale war MR.
I have alluded CHENG
that to SAn there Is
letter Is progressively more lurid
addressed
to all alumnae
.
unattainable
In Southeast Asia for .
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unguarded and thus left and In his
4 (a similar letter Is beIng as discreditable to the I mind but
himself open to possible misInterpretation College. The original accountIn objectives. thai Soviet Russia started On-
sent to the parents of our
by those who the 'Evening Sun" was II na on the way to the bomb
students
), to set the record Johnson Voice of the
DOMESTICALLY:
stressed this of the and then
; straight reassure those who without part sermon reasonably accurate Insofar hopes to be a unifier who can I People lie abruptly withdrew.
comprehendingthe
issue says that
have any doubt about the Col- as any so theologically labor Khrushchev In
1 lege's position and to ask for theology Implicit In 1C sophisticated can be bridge the gap between 1957 In a secret agreement

4 your understanding and sup- That theology, subscribed to handled accurately in the and business 'by of promotingtrue Interest. .. Oil The Sun's Opinion promised to provide Red C;-
mutuality Page.0m .- -
2 port. by a number of distinguished popular press. This, unfortunately na1Iith a sample atom.:
of civil
His enforcement
church leaden and theologians is the crux of our problem. .. .. ..... bomb and the tchnical data
.
fti ._
1 legislation win be firm nmmntt se vt M she Y.K o ... P..tl Ie
Dr. Frederic C. Wood was consists ot a stress on rights urn* M ...M4 ...* t/.ee she --1 .edrr. ..._ .... N wshItd. me e.1, t.".a concerning iu manufacturi.
J selected for the Chaplaincy at the spirit of the laws rather but fair. Unwarranted demonstrations N.e ...-4 100 -.. ...4 iie .- M MN .4. ed she psi,. P..w.T eeei.w.d.......A. Ie. ., fAwld The details of
.e Goucher. to succeed the Rev- than the letter, In the belief I am disappointed that some which flout the s.. _.. ttwe .Oihl h ...... .T hie.O i .. ........ H. ."..... ......... .... .........t._one4.....,.... wnt become the agreement
have ...... known until
!been qukk to accuse law will not long be tolerated
,2 creed T, Guthrle S p ern, that "the letter killetb I h e J3W, when
4 who retired In June W1, by spirit the College of Irresponsibility. The importance of a thriving Public housing and urban renewalare a building firm. It Published Communist China
Housing shows the
Even that secret document
more has been
painful and the need for
j a special committee IncludIng ecnomy
In subsequent sermon he the hardly the "cure alls": federal public housing as Part of its denunciation of
members of the faculty, a damage to the reputationof cutting government costs are No 'CureAll'EDITOR programs
2 chief officers of the Coll e g e worked out the general Implications the College, its students, well understood by the President fur slums that so many liberals part, have, for the most Khrushthev.

f and the then Chaplain. Mr. of the new morality faculty and alumnae and to He gives full support toDefense Sun: A recent believe. slums and merely created new The Red Chinese keepteI;!!!

5 Wood was the unanimous which springs from this theology our relationship with the Secretary Mc.\ mars publication by the left 'wing Entitled "Segregation, Subsidies and perpetuated that Ifg.ft'iiltion leg their own people thai the

J choice of the committee, he1 He aligns himself with community.I in eliminating useless military Center for the Study of Democratic and Megalopolis," the renewal has displaced\ ur b I II other countries of the worJ

or us excellent qualifications growing trend among theolo used to hear the.complaint Installations. His appointment Institutions substantiates report was written by Ber- portions of the baron/ are host'le!' to them and tU

and undormly II l Intrecommendations. problem! believe that the from alumnae that the only tf businessman a thesis long held by nard Wetcsbourd.' president of into new alumsMARGARET. populab the making of A bombs' J

He has a of being a Christian time they hear from Goucher John T. Connor as Secretary consenstives- that public Metropolitan Structures, Inc:., SANDERS asohitely' essential and Is to
: Bachelor of Arts from Corns In this confused, changing Is when they are asked for fJf Commerce' Is evidence hat be given priority over sgncul-
es modern world la not going to
ell. a bachelor of Divinity Johnson wants top flight executive lure and
This Is longer
money no aw- any other econem-
be solved the retter.atlon POTOMAC
by mere FEVER
from Virginia *
Theological curate although the appeals talent In the cabinet development This d
Seminary (Episcopal), and or a more rigid application for money tend to stick N. President I Is without tourw. represents ;

-- earned thedegrees of prohibitions of the, since old laws these and art la one's memory.: Here now fault and Mr. Johnson is Man By JACK WILSON, Cow lea ttaahingioa Bureau flJf western. world.an opener For.

Master of Sacred Theology now honored in the breach b an opportunity for every exception Yet one is moved A Philadelphia jury freed a man charged with hitting a desptto. an the Inventive germ
woman
and Doctor of The alumna her to admiration for his reconciliation because ahe his
College
to vailabl.
from rather than In observance. help by was playing a transistor radio on a bos. Just let him go-no medal to the west, DO-
the Union
ology or
Theolo- defending It when defense Is and persuasion anything 1LIU body baa perfected a simple .

; teal Seminary, generally regarded The answer lies In Increasing needed, by helping to correct' difficult: situations. h in Tells working .n the budget That meant he's / near eommuntcstijsgd

g the foremast In- the Individual responsibility the unfavorable impress t a Even as we may differ with something' for Sarr Sarim'a Peace C.rp. before Sarge Shri.tr trying t* grab' tan through to w
,r aJtutlon of Its kind In the country in his human relationship which has been circulated and the President politically or for hU Pomty Corp. *rak* It all Da'Pie' 011 the Chinese ma! 0-

= .he..1Ie majored In pea by refusing the" Uw with by reassuring anyone 'who disagree on specific huues, .ecaa land and kit them 01 the fl'

total theology! tie and bit the Idea of love and responsibility may have doubts that your still share Iris hopes and Watch for a budget shakeup when the President finds out -lye lid whkh dr
some
family (u attractive wife and for others. To find the Goucher's Integrity Is IIAimDBi. aspirations for a better Aaxru on the Christina tree In the elipM plugged into that all those ftIIId l cane to
are
a White them jf they
three ) took ... .... jlghU nOlae
daughters
op spirit ot the laws does not M4 a raid at peace. out. overthrew the
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Practices i Showdown Looms Over Dues



Probe Is .
SoughtWASHINGTON I UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. reached on the basic Issue or The United States says that If matic sources said, however, lil and Norway. I posed, to replace Czechw ak-
(AP) -Negotiators at the Unit- unless two disputed council!a vote on anything called In Assembly President Alex Qual- Delegates were hopeful someway la.They
(AP-A new ivies employed by various government .'ed Nations reached a crucial seats are filled without vote so the assembly the Soviet Union son-Sackey of Ghana had failed would be found to get said Qualson-Sackoy had
Investigation la brewing In the agencies under special stage today In their efforts to as to avoid a challenge of the must suffer the penalty set out around Indonesia's demand to failed to resolve a contest between -
Senate on charges that the Na- laws. head oft a Soviet-U.S. showdownover Soviets'right to vote. In Article II of the UJt. to get agreement to elect Security be allowed to vote against Malaysia Jordan and Mall for Mo
tional Aeronautics and Space I Sena. Wayne Morse, D-Ore.. Russian refusal to pay The Soviet Union has refusedto Charter which states that any Council members! the same l ,. which Is otherwise unop rocco's seat
Administration Is giving away and Lee Metcalf D-Mont. both peace-keeping assessments.The pay assembly assessments to member two years behind In way. I
valuable patent rights which belong contend that the new NASA pol negotiators hoped to workout finance the Congo and Middle assessments shall have no vote There la no problem concerning ,
to the taxpayers. icy permits its contracting officers some agreement before the East peacekeeping operations In the assembly.To two of the four seats :\RE.Nr: ,'.ATf;
Complaints by some Senate to negotiate patent waivers issembly's next meeting, scheduled because It contends the Security avoid a showdown there that become vacant at the end \ ,:
and House members picture at the time they sign research for Tuesday morning. The Council alone has the right to has been no voting since the of the year on the It-nation '
I NASA as signing away to busi- contracts, thus giving Security Council cannot function start and finance such opera- assembly convened Dec. 1. All council. Uruguay and the Netherlands TICK' .,fUtVISIOM.., 'FR/2'.0., 433. ."
.
ness firms the rights to patents away patent rights before even after Thursday New Year's tions. It Is more than two years necessary: business has been are unopposed candIdates -i fI'; .. : u..'
developed at public expense and learning what they may be. Eve unless agreement Is behind In its total assessments.'done by general consent Diplo- for the seats held by Bra-
worth untold millions of dollars. Morse has advised Long's
They contend a recent policy subcommittee that this is contrary 1 .
change made the situation to both existing law and < 1<

worse. I the Constitution.The .
I James E. Webb, NASA adminlstrator ., forthcoming Congress a
has countered with,session also promises investlga
data Is following lions on many other fronts. The STORE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
a that the agency of NOW THERE'S A UNITED LIQUORS IN
financial dealings Bobby
federal law and guidelines -,
1 laid down by President Baker alleged "snooping" on .
i John F Kennedy shortly before I government employees by their
I his death. bosses, and the controversla
I
contract for the development
The patents In question were NEW LOCATIONS
and production of the Fill warplane -
developed under
financed research government-contracts -formerly known as the LOWEST
TFX-are among Investigative
with commercial and other in 2
I problems awaiting the new Con- PRICES!!!
stitutions.A 1 .
gre s.'lbe. North 13th St. at 5th Ave.
spokesman for a Senate House has a less busy
Small Business subcommittee schedule of probes ahead. Its
I headed by Sen.Russell B. Long. main one will be a study or West University Ave. at 34th St.MARTIN'S .
D-La, told a It will
reporter soaring costs of the new Sam ,
meet shortly after Congress Kayburn House Office Building '
convenes Jan. 4 to consider Originally Intended to cost $10

senatorial vestigation.! requests for an in.'I' million as a more-than-or less, it$3S-million Is winding pro-up AY LESS f) SEAGRAM'SWO JJ!! J Sc

Long has been on outspoken ject-the costliest public buildIng : C..41... STRAIGHT IOUMON
critic of the differing patent pol-, In history. jj V.0. T.. ,
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PARMA, Italy(AP-Amertcan offer apologies! to the public and CALIFORNIA CHAMPAGNE LANGS HALE
baritone Cornell MacNeil continue the performance," Ne- *
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J and the superintendent of Italy's gri said. .rioea 3
Parma Opera House h.vei "He refused. He argued. Then Brut, Pink $339 Ceie 3 '550 +L
agreed that MacNeil will never'the baritone, In a fit of temper, Whit., S". Bee. $17.95 STNS CASI$6T CASE <65.85< CASI $41.95
sing there again. I' hit me with closed fists on the 5
The two came to blows after face and arm, although slight 10 YEAR OLD
the opera star stormed off the "." SEAGRAM'S GRANT'S HEAVEN :
j stage Saturday night and forced MacNeil gave a different ver OLD HICKORY a YEARS OLD I
cancellation of the season's sion. ..
j opener at Parma's Regis Thea- "Negri barged Into my dressing HEAVEN HILL GIN Johnnie Walker HILL6ProoKy. \ ;
room, Insulting me. He actually i
I ter.The Parma audience, which' punched me once In the Beetled In lend 100 Proof KENTUCKYGENTLEMAN RIO LABEL 8 Sfr. leurbenCALVERT
!, has made the city known ss the I stomach and kicked me twiceIn IMF. SCOTCH \0'
"lions' pit" of opera, had the shins, as my son tried to HOUSE OFSTUART -: .
hold him and push him out of HEDGES
heckled MacNeil and his Italian
the room." 6 Yeas OU Ky leiitben 90 GINKESSLER
costari, tenor Flavlano Lobo
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Verdi's "Masked Ball. tsars BUTLER 14 Proof llonj
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wants to hear good singing, the Jailed For M
) spectators must learn to be $399 3 3TH1 $1050$5.99 -- $319
have. I wU never sing again at Miami SlayingMIAMI 1
the bRio Theater." 5TH
Said Giuseppe Negri, the su- (API-Two) men, described
perintendent of the opera house:I by police as ex convicts
"MacNeil will never again be' were In Jail on murder Old
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allowed to set foot In the theateras charges today in the slaying of --
long as I am its director." I'Morgan W. Hooker, $1, sales Specials SERVING GAINESVILLE FOR 25 YIARS -l ThompsonWIDINTHIWOOD
MacNeil, 42, one of America's manager of Miami Beach's Algiers
leading operatic baritones, became Hotel. LI
Infuriated when a burst of IMP. 5th $329
c (calls stopped him and the Hughlan Baxter Gunter, 28 $ 3TM5fhs
orchestra at the beginning of his and Charles Arthur Robbing, STOCK ).79 Ztt p4

third-act aria."Creitlnlt 24, were arrested north of M DRY ear SWEET 1iJ 'A, 3 9.95
Idiots!" he shouted ami! six hours after Hooker'sbody
and stalked off the stage. was found Sunday riddled J ..
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police shoving struggled crowd that with Jammed the an'!the ry, Officers were empty said Hooker's except for pockets a- DRY er SWEET ,IMP. IOU HomeDelivery

narrow, corridor dressing outside room. The thesIn"er' pack of cigarettes and a pair of $ 159 sTli PHONE FR M6J5 I

police finally escorted MacNeil eyeglasses.by teenagers The who body had was found gone NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS IN GAINESVILLE
his hotel but not before he
te and dressing Negrl room.tangled Inside the shooting County In detectives the area.said Gun- RICCADONNADRYefSWIiT Waldo U. at N.E..8thAve. I N.,Main St.. all Oth Ave. 378h..

"I got to MacNell's dressing ter was on parole after serving ACROSS PROM CITIZENS FIELD Ac,... Prem GelnesvUle Shepplnf Center 4 J
room a second before a crowdof eight years of a life sentencefor IMPORTED Holiday
spectators had forced their a ISIS slaying, and Bobbins I
way there, to plead with the had served sentences m Florida FRENCH Party
singer to return to the stage. and Arkansas. WINE Cocktail MAKE HSIRVATIONS FOR NEW YIARi rARTY Music Service

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6 Gainesville Sun Monday December 28, 196 4



I Nf1 I j ; (Mil f El n) mfflmim I Santa Helpers L Holiday EventsTODAY





TODAY, December 28 Pound Jr., and Alvin V. Also THE December Christmas 28 Dance,
f I L Post -
brook of Mr and Mrs.
Dinner honoring Miss Mary son 9 pm. until 1 a.m., Jack
Lee Johnson and her fiance, Irving C. Alsobrook of Jack May, Fred Stock, Charles

Barney Harris Jr., 7 p.m., sonville, 8 p.m., Holy Trinity Ruth Weimer, Women's Editor Pruitt Jr., William B._ Watson
Col. and Mrs. George W. Episcopal Church. Reception Ill, Ernest W. Burch Jr.,
Hunter III and their daugh following at the Gainesville Lance Lazonby Jr., GeorgeC.
ter Min Hunter Jr. and Capt.
Gay KIrkpatrick
Golf and Club.
Holiday Inn.Rehearsal. Country ABOUT PEOPLE Frank Yon, Fort Knox, Ky..
Rehearsal dinner for the Gainesville Golf and Country
dinner for
Johnson Harrison wedding Club.
P 0 u n d-Alsobrook wedding, Housegucsts of Col. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moye, Hol
party, 7 p.m., Barney Harris : Gainesville Bridge Club ,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Add i Iaon Mrs. Everett Yes and their ly Hill;
Jr. and his mother, Mrs. Recreation.
7:30 City
p.m.
son, Capt. Frank Yon, home r __
?ound Sr., 221 NW 12th Ter- Harris Holiday Inn
Mary Mr. and Mrs. Frederick 11.
race. for the holiday season from TUESDAY, December 2J
Fort Knox, Ky., Include Pltz, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Llpe- of the First Presby
Women
TUESDAY, December 29 WEDNESDAY, December 30 i Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Bay Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Gather- r terlan Church, Council MeetIng .

Luncheon for out of town Wedding of Miss Mary Lee ha, also of Fort Knox, Capt. coal and Terry; of Miami; U"I 10 a.m., Church Parlors.

guests here for the Pound Johnson, daughter of Mr. Bob Blair, Fort MeN a fr, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson -
Alsobrook wedding, 1 p.m., and Mrs. Albert Sidney Johnson Washington, D. C., and Capt. and Joyce, Montgomery, WEDNESDAY, December 30

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shands end Barney Harris Jr., Ed Long, now of Fort Lau- Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Atkinson Gainesville Bridge Club,
II Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell, at son of Mrs. William Barney derdale. Inn.
the Dell home, 2333. NW 7th Harris of Prescott, Ark., and The visitors will be guestsof Winter Garden; Mr II 7:30: p.m., Holiday

Road.! the late Mr. Harris, 8pm., Captain Yon at the Bach and Mrs. Donal Schwall, Atlanta i Teen Dance for Junior age,
&
I First Methodist Church. Re- elors' holiday dance this ; Mr and Mrs. E. W. children of Gainesville Golf
Wedding of Miss Elizabeth ception following In Bethany evening at the Gainesville Jackson, Lynn, Ernie, and Ev and Country Club members,

Anne Pound, daughter of Mr. Room with Mr. and Mrs. A. Golf and Country Club. Raymond, Albany, Ga.; Dr. A 7:30 to 10:30: p.m., Mt. and
t and Mrs. Cicero Addison S. Johnson Jr. hosts. William Black Campbell, Mrs. Ned Scott and Mr. and
The four young capta Ins,
hosts.
Mrs. Bruce Courtney,
Londod, England Mr. and
who ;
served
together In the Mrs. David Sincere and Mrs. Wayne Harrelson, members of the Junior
\ U. S. Army Special Forces In Mrs. R. D. Fllppo and Roberta Stock THURSDAY, December 31
Woman's Club, helping, to distribute gifts for toy division of the Empty
I Viet Nam, have been on new Eustis; Mr and Mrs. Rob- log Fund.Co Gainesville Golf and Coun
assignments since late summer ert E. Lee, DeLand; Mr. and
II Mrs. Cldye Wooten, Wimau- chairmen and co or- ution, which took place last tions Workers Union, Gainesville try Club annual New Year'sEve

ma; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mc. dinators of the Toy Divisionof week. High School Key Club 1 dinner-dance, dinner
I
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Cormlck, Wildwood;; Mr. and the Empty Stocking Fund Assisting with pre distribution Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Brown served from 7 until 1 p.m.
I
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Otte Mrs. Gordon Cole I Ormond this year were Mrs., David work were members of the ies, Boys' Clirb, Fire Stations, and dancing from 8 p..m. until
have as their holiday guests Beach; Dr. and Mrs. Charles Sincere and Mrs. Wayne Har following city organizations: I Jaycee Wives and local ham 1 a.m.

1 their children and grandchildren Dean, Qulncey; Mr. and Mrs. relson, members Club who of began the JuniorWoman's making The Jaycees, Communica- radio operators. Open House, 8 p.m. until I
W. C.
Wyman, Keystone
Mr. and Mrs. Howard midnight, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Heights; Mr. and Mrs. DanielB. plans to fill "empty stock
Thames and their children, Schuh, St. Petersburg; Mr. ings" in and around the city Beta TriHiYThe Party Tonight Avenue.Hallam, 1404 NE Slst

Margaret, Patricia, Batch and Mrs. Christopher PtachIk, In June.

and Bruce of Walcross, Ga, Green Cove Springs; Dr. and Mrs. Sincere and Mrs. Har Beta Trl-Hi-Y of Gaines The tea will honor all past Little Women "Con f. t t I
Holiday SpecialCreative and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Otte Mrs. Earl R. Hall, Tallahassee relson purchased $1,000 worth ville High School will\ hold an I members of the service club. Dance," 9pm. until 12:30
I
of Jacksonville. and Mr. and Mrs. W. of new toys, arranged for collection alumnae tea this even I n g at Any former member of Beta a.m., Gainesville W 0 m an'a
talents are often hidden. The discovery of aJ Clyde Dempsey and George of used toys, the clean- 7:30: In the parlors of the First Trl-Hi-Y who has not been contacted Club House, West University
friend's or neighbor's extra abilities\ or hobbles can bo a e Richard of Live Oak. Ing and repair and the distrib Presbyterian Church. !, is invited to attend. Avenue.

J big surprise. Today's recipe: may be a big surprise for neIgh. I Guests here for the Saturday
borsttt! Dr. Roy Ivan Johnson, but not to his family. I wedding of Miss Julie

Roy! known for his talent with typewriter and pen, now Cheeves and William Nathaniel -
wears the hat of the chef. He enjoys concocting pastries and 1 Babcock, which took place
can also do a fine Job on turkey dressing. When the family In the First Baptist Church
assembled at the Johnson home for Christmas Day dinner, the were:

: !dessert had been made by the head of the household. This Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bailey ( ,
was one of Roy's 'gifts to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 'TE 6 ,

I PUMPKIN CHIFFON PIE Bornmann, Mr. and Mrs. Har
I old Carter, Mr. and Mrs.F. .
1. Prepare a inch baked pie shell (or buy at store). A. Chancey, Mr and

1 Soak one tablespoon gelatin in V' cup cold water.. Mrs. Richard K. Dye us,
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Faircloth,
::1 1 Beat slightly three egg yolks. Mr. and Mrs. John Hopes, Mr.

PI y 4. Add to the egg yolks the following: and Mrs. George Mero, Mr.
x and Mrs. Frederick Storey,
\\:1 Mi cup sugar
q: VA cups canned pumpkin Dr. and Mrs. Lee Nichols, Dr.
"j H cup of milk and Mrs. G. M. Keene, Mrs.
V. teaspoon salt Emma Meachum, and Mrs.
% teaspoon cinnamon Aimee Davies, all of Daytona
'% teaspoon nutmeg Beach;

9. Cook and stir this mixture over hot water until it thickens. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Warner
David and Noel; Mr. and
I 8. Stir in the soaked gelatin until It Is well dissolved. Mrs. Ben L. Reid, Mike 11
Then set ingredients aside to cool. and Beverly; Mr. and Mrs.
Start the
rR i
Robert E. Dixon and Marsha NewYeaj
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7.
Whip three whites until
egg they are stiff, adding
Vt teaspoon of salt. Mrs. Virginia Elkins, Mr. and r ightwf
.J Mrs Robert Heekln, Mr. and
8. When pumpkin mixture begins to set, itlr in K cup of Mrs. David Cobb, Ben Fletcher with a Genuine
sugar and fold in the egg whites. and Mrs. Iva Pounds, all

\\t .. Fill the pie shell and place In refrigerator to chill. of Jacksonville; g..i. s.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mer-
10. Before serving top with whipped cream. rltt, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bryant -

and Michael; Howell Bur-
gin, Mr. and Mrs. Ever e 11
Dodson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
By Josephine LowmanQj! x. Shepard, Mr. and Mrs. Roland '
: S-aS&lWS"01
Terrell, Miss Faye Max : E v

I well, Miss Jenny Clementsand UTOMp <@ 4 i
Why/ Grow Dale R. McDannel, all of Crv.OSO
FOld Cocoa; i\Z\

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Bailey ', ;M 30 EMq J
Jr., Julie and Jim; and Mr. a. :clfCll, ( \ : : CHEST

? and Mrs. T. M. Cheves, Or. :
lando; Mrs. C. D. Lyman, Mr.
and Mrs. James Vaughn Sandra o 8
and Buddy; Mr. and Mrs. k 1 ;: stew" FREEZER

Warren Gilpin, West Palm
Only t Its I uat like hadn g a au t ke t yourkitchen,
Beach
How About Giving ; t s'1 f or Enables gate to "shop" at home from up to 546 Ibs.

Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Flippo,

Your Feet A Lift? compartment.uy


After the pealing our feet feet have to "take the traf Bridge-
took during the Christmas fic" for this.
I shopping season it behoove i
I Great strides have been
us to give them I little extra made to correct foot troubles. Club j

attention. Some which can be successfully .
Did you develop new heel operated on by a competent r
bumps while trotting about foot surgeon are, malformed
in the wintry weather If not or Ingrowing toenails, Notes _
you are lucky I IIf corns and similar lesions, overlapping I i '

so, do the following. undcrlapplng or
I While soaking in your bath hammer toes, bursitis, bunIons By RALPH If. BLODGETT -
I e and after wishing your and heel spurs.
with a soapy washcloth, rub Can Be Disabling Seven tables of holiday bridge S .*.to. u.in rJ t y v.' Bft(4 \l '

1 the bumps gently with a wet These conditions, as well is players came to the University! *!. ( ( m l Bai t'7 f
pumice atone. Use bath oil In fallen arches, can be actually Faculty Club Wednesday evening n r. dp 4M.|. L ffl/f
t your tub. If you prefer show- for the fractional master .Mealtimtr turns oven 1r e.a.
disabling and take the Joy out
and off.
en, as a general rule, desert of life. Women are wise to point game of the University on 1 chair. al lne.ar.e SCA wHlanp00r. Portable
t them for the time being In favor take exercises City Bridge Club. The average Balanced-Heat oven. a..w e..e. raawuw diahwsaher.
preventive as ..
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of the warm tub. they grow older, even If they score was M match points for .InAait.-l+e.t control aft rK. sae. 'neon. .Can do an entire dog's
!
i \ After your bath, and before I have no discomfort at the all pairs. let you dial any heat dunes at once Washes sM r-s3
: going to sleep at night, present time. This Is especially Harry C Boardman dragged you want. REFRIGERATORPardee's twice, rinses four times

i g massage your heels and toes true if a woman is very the writer across the finish F
with baby oil or a good body much overweight became this line In tint place among the
cream or lotion. Do this regularly places an extra burden on the North South players with a 08'S /
; and you will soon be arches. score of K' match pslnts e

delighted/ with the results. Foot exercises ire corrective Mr. and Mrs. John C. Soder- O
Abraham Lincoln once said, and also relaxing. Try strum were second with Ti and
"1 cannot think clearly when this one. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Anderson -
my feel hurt" Sit on a chair. Cross your were third with 70.
No one can think tight kg left Point i
or enjoy over your
Mrs. Margaret C. Herget and
life when suffering with an your right toe toward the I 1 L. Williams fed an the East- Variety, Store Appliance Service
aching foot yet the American floor, HARD. Rats toe up '
to'I'I West pairs with a score of R
Podiatry Association r e p orts ward the ceiling Again match points. Second went to 7 SE. 1st Ave. 2735 N.L 14th St.
that nor than 70 per cent of toward the floor. Continue, Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. W. U Garrott Oeoro
all people In this country have slowly. Do the same with
with 70. Mr. and Mrs. DanRoberts
th'l
painful foot troubles at sometime left toe.
tied with R. B. Cam-
In Self their Acquired lives. e I mage and J. R. Bacon for third Bob Kiefer's Appliance (D., Inc Reeves Appliances
and fourth with ...
Some folks art born with If you would like to have !
foot deformities, but many my exercises for the feet The ctub win meet again on 305 St. Johns An Hwy. 441 G 27
I' people acquire deformities because send a stamped self addressed Wednesday at 7:30: pat at the Polotka $eILsieww1T1
of wearing incorrectly envelope wish your IT Faculty Cub, West Nt.berry .
fitted shoes or shoes which I request for leaflet number It I Road. AH Inter e a t e d
cramp !the toes and throw the to Josephine. Lowman In care bridge players art Invited toi
I whole body off balance. Our of The Gainesville Sun. I attend and compete.




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News of Special InterestTo Bridge ; Miller I Greenman

WEST PALM BEACH-Dr Mss: Miller Is the granddaughter '

Ir and Mrs. Donald Wesley Mil of Mr. and Mrt. Do

the Colored Club ler of West Palm Beach announce ranee L. Miller of St. Peter

Community the engagement of burg and Mrs. Eugene

their daughter Miss Mary Bourke of San Diego.

News Items for this page should b. directed to Ben F. Childs, Colored News Ashby Miller, and Will la m Mr. Creenman was graduated

editor, by mail at 5211 NW 8th St. or .by phone at FR 6-5753. Do not end NotesBy Cornelius Crecnman, ion 0 f from the University of

Items directly to the Sun office.iwsr5 r Professor and Mrs. John R. Florida In December, IMS,
err.aa.....h. MM ..lil....., WIN' W town M fn I w{ BILLIE HOFFER Grecnman of Gainesville and and Is. presently! a student In

I CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS! for the Yule Season." Baptist Church the first Sundayin A fair number of avid grandson of J. A. (Dixie) the UF College of Medici ne.

f Mt. Pleasant Methodist The outside home decoration Jan. 1965. bridge players took time out nr: Jones Sr.. also of Gainesville. He Is a member of Pi Kappa

f Church school, 9:30: a.m; morn annual contest was won by the This promises to be a very from the holiday rush to The bride elect will be Alpha fraternity and the Student -

ing worship 11 a.m.; and evening following families: Mr. and fine day and the public Is invit- play In the regular Wednes- graduated from the University Medical Association and

worship 7 p.m. Rev. W. Mrs. Jake Griffin, 1414 S. E. 4th ed to attend. day evening game at the 4 of Florida In April. She Is was a member of the Men's

,I M. Ferguson, pastor. Ave., 1st place; Mr. and Mrs. Holiday Inn. Everyone was a member of Alpha Delta PI Glee Club.

r Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Ernest Brown, 1009 N.E. 24th HimSTOMNLWS In a festive mood, made a ... sorority and was a member A June wedding Is being

r Sunday School 9:30: ant; St., 2nd place: and Mrs. Louise Program SuccessfulThe bit brighter by the gorgeous 01( the Women Glee Club. planned.WunderlichMay.

; morning worship, 11 a.m.; and Johnson, 1140 S. E. 6th Ave, New Salem Baptist F Jacket Dr. E. C. Ktrkla D d
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evenlg worship 6:30 p.m. Rev. 3rd Place. I Church had Its Christmas I I
I program was sporting that Mary had Here for the holidays is
H. Kinsey The Elected to membership In
pastor.Friendship Judges for the contest at 8 at the
yesterday
p. made for him in Hong Kong.I. !Miss Renee Smith, above,
J Baptist Sunday were: Mrs. A. E. Wingate, Mrs. church and was successful tillage Vamps at Florida 1>1. Holzman and the writer daughter of Commander and Tho engagement and approaching The bride elect, a grsd-
School, 9:30: a.m.; morning liable Crawford, Mrs. Elese State Inlvcmly Is Miss marriage of Miss uate of P. K. Yonge High
worship, 11 a.m.; and evening Bradley and Mrs Wilhemlnla PERSONALS Helen Walkup, above, home won first place North- !Mrs. Nathan L. Smith. She Karen Elizabeth Wunderlich, School, was graduated from

worship 7pm. Rev. D. E. Nelson. for the holidays with herparents South by a narrow margin.Dr. received her dl'CI'from daughter of Mrs Henry Wun- the University of Florida in
Miss Mary Baker and Miss I
White, pastor. I The judges stated that Gaines I Ann Miller, both of Orlando, Mr. and Mr*. E. F. and Mrs. E. R. Woodward Jackson ills University: In December derlich and the late Dr. \\un- 1963

Church of Cod In Christ ville certainly has been made Walkup As a member of thVampi. were second and Mrs and will be teaching derlich, and John Irvin May
here
Church School, 10 a.m.; morning -:beautiful place for this Christmas a.' were visiting yesterday.Mr. she will serve as W. H. Edwards and Dr. R. bib grade at the new Jut- I of Tampa, ton of !Mrs J. J. Mr. May Is a graduate of
i and Mrs James R. Barnett official H. Harms were third. tins Road Elementary School Plant High School. He was
hostess
1, worship, 12 noon; Young Season, so much extra efforts .I' I an at various : Hinckley and tho late H. D.
( People's Willing Workers' meet- have been forth to and son, Jim, all of Trenton functions of FSU at long as Van May and Dr, E. E. in the Arlington area of Jacksonville I May, Is announced today by graduated from Florida
put '
ing 7 p.m.; and evening worship beautify the home surround i N. J., whose visit here for she attends FSU. Helen,. a Phillips led the East.We it Miss Smith Is a graduate the bride elects mother( Southern University in 1960,
| Bishop Henry Wit' the past two weeks has been I freshman student, was nominated field for first place. Mr. and ,( CalneMIle High II where he was a member of

Hams, pastor.p.m. ings. pleasant, left yesterday for their for the honor by her Mrs. R. N. Livingston were School. February 20 has been chosen Theta Chi fraternity.Both .

They suggested that prizes home. sorority, PI Beta Phi. She was second and Mr. James H. as the date for the wedding Miss Wunderlich and
St. Paul C. M. E. Morning
worship 11 am. and evening must be given next year to In- Mr. and Mrs. James R. also chosen as a member of Vidal and Mrs. Paul B. Patterson John SungsEntertain which will take place Mr. May are now employedby
clude the Inside decoration al- Franklin, of Tampa, were Gymkhana Court were third.Bean'Scheutz in St Patrick's Church of the State Department of
worship, 1 Rev. B. F. Wea-
p.m. so. L. V. Davis, president.
Gainesville
guests here yesterday with relatives Public Welfare In Tampa.HenningerCooper .
ry, pastor.
and friends.
FAMILY PARTY Bridal CoupleTo
CLUB COUNCILThe I Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Williamsand I I I
The Pallbearers Lodge No. 54 son, Joe, all of Dallas, Texas honor Miss Hut i Kuen
Annual Club Council
Children's Christmas pride of Gainesville, will give whose visit here for the past Mr and Mrs. Wesley S. Miss Bean, a 1951 graduate Ying, formerly of Formosa, ST. PETERSBURG Mr, The bride elect was grad
party 'a family party at the hall on two weeks has been pleasant, I Bean the and Geoge Kung formerly of and Mrs. H. II nnlngrr of uated from Boca Clega High
announce of Gainesville School I
drew a record crowd of engagement High ,
youngsters
St. Petersburg have announced School of St. and
Jan 14 at 8pm. left yesterday for their home. Hong Kong, whose engagement Petersburg
I
on Tuesday afternoon at The lodges of the different cit Miss Mary Bonner of St. Pe- and approaching marriage was graduated magna cum was announced duringthe the engagement and approaching Is attending St. Petersburg

the Recreation Center. ies are Invited to attend. tersburg, passed through I of their daughter, Miss laude from Rice University In evening, a party was given marriage of their Junior College She Is a.

The noisy, impatient but ap- Gainesville yesterday en routeto Verna Alice Bean of New 1962. She is a member of by Mr. and Mrs. John C. daughter Miss Sharon Ann member of L.HL.. Social

itude preciative group expressed grat- NOTICE Jacksonville. York City, and Arnold HSchuetx Phi Beta Kappa, honorary C. Sung, Route Three, Wed. Hciuilngcr to Jay Thomas Club
to the clubs and individ-
uals who made this occasion The Juvenile Lodge No. 113 Samuel Simmons of Tampa, New York City, son scholastic society. The bride- nesday evening. i Mrs.Cooper Thomas son of Mr. and of The bridegroom elect l

possible.A will have its annual Christm a. passed through Gainesville yesterday of Mr. and !Mrs 11 Werner to-be Is doing graduate work Seasonal flowers decked the I Gainesville.The Jay Cooper was graduated from P. K.

visitor dropped by the cen- party on Jan. 2 from 3 p.m. to S en route to High Springs.Mr. Sthuetz, Hofhcim In Taunus, in German literature at Columbia party rooms and were usedto Yonge High school, where he

ter and remarked that he did f.m. at the Recreation Center. and Mrs. J. M. Hadson Germany.. University. In 1963, center the serving table. nuptials will be sol was a member of Key Club.
she studied two semester at About 30 close friends of emnl/ed Saturday at 7;30 lie attended St. Petersburg
not know that we sponsored and son, Jim, all of Memphis, ,
t such an event for our children.I HOMECOMING DIV Tenn., arrived here yesterdayas Plans for a wedding In Goethe University in Frank the affianced couple called p.m. In St. Luke's Methodist Junior College and the ,University .
late August are being made. furt. during the evening Church of St Petersburg of Florida.
The Club Council says: Homecoming Day observancewill guests of Mrs. Hadson relatives

"Many thanks and best wishes be held at the Friendship for two weeks. .

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Traffic throughout the city to visit with the Ostrandcrs of Pittsburgh are houseguestsof

may be a bit on the quiet side en route to Daytona. Mr. and Mrs. Frank

this weekend but householdson Adams. Mrs. Matthews, a sis t "

every street are bun I n a ter of Mrs. Adams, and her \ \\ '

with activities. Carol Meyer Is home from family will be here a week. a

Urbana, III, where she Is a
Gay and frolicsome children student In Frank's brother, \lrrs
graduate library
enjoy their gifts from Santa science at the University of Adams, and Mrs. Adams, also
out of town visitors arrive and of
Pittsburgh, a sister of
Illinois. Carol Is spending the
depart, collegians are "on the holidays with her m other, Mrs. J. Watt Kirkpatrick, are

go" or quietly sunning themselves Mrs. Herbert A. Meyer and pending the holiday week
in the summer like with
the Klrkpatrkk family.
brother. George and sister,
weather and prospective
,
Mrs. Charles Freeman, and
brides and bridegrooms are
her family. She will leave the .
planning the days ahead. day before New Year's for

The Ned Bingham family, the North. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Earl Kill- Start the NewYe i g ht
have both of their
gore sons
Just catching their breath aft-
.
home for the Yuletide. Cadet
erjhe marriage of daughter,
Fred Kllgore flew in from the with Genuine
Jane to George Schildge, during Home for Christmas with a
U. S. Air Force
Academy,
Thanksgiving week, Is the S. T. Dells are the I r
where he Is third classman
a ,
surrounded with a romantic
again Infra Gordon Blotch
daughter, and Ernest, drove home from
atmosphere. and !Mr. BlUrb of Secane
.G'
Cleveland Ohio, where he Is
and Ned and their Pa. Betty came home a week student
Marjorie a at the Ohio College .
Marl and Sally I ahead of Gordon( who was
daughters, of Podiatry. The Killgores jV
wIn entertain with an open taking exams at Wharton will spend part of the holidays S

house thlj afternoon for Karen School of Finance, where he In St. Petersburg with s Cl

Wunderlich and John May, is a graduate student the colonel's brother Ernest 3-CY -

whose engagement is announced One of the high points in and family. i OC WASHER

today. the holiday for the Dells was SOMA

An-Across the Atlantic call
Marl, who is a graduate
The Ben 0. Franklins'
to their younger daugh t e r,
student at Oberlin College, Ann. who is holidaying in daughter, Molly, now living ,eso

was accompanied home for Switzerland. Ann DOW taking In Atlanta drove home In ; : \ e CHESI\
I\\ k
the mate holidays Carolyn by Baker a call of e Cali g e- her junior year abroad with time for the traditional ,C1CtI, 3.,0Sit .
Christmas Eve .
the Finch School of New York family dinner. ti
OM
fornia. Both girls are In the
Is In Rom for t a4 I
City current "
masters-in-teaching programat studies. Others attending the evening s t} FREEZERr'Yr

Oberlin. Mrs. Franklin :
party were a.e

Jane and George who went Mr, and Mrs C. II. Silk 'i mother, Mrs II. S. Nee Q r11 y r. It's ua t till.ha vin ti a aperm.rkat b your tdlehsnt ihem

to Hawaii on their wedd 1 In g land have as their holiday lai; their daughter, Mrs. 1h eo I Fn.bl ywto"aho| "atfcom .
i .
Ernest Ben Ernest and his B compartment
trip to write that tils new guests the latter sister, Mrs.H T I of food. Abo tat a fiat rose
mother, Mrs. Veda BeD and
state is the answer to all B. Atterbury and Mr. At BuY
.
p
her sister, Mrs. Norman .
"b 0 D e ymooners' dreams. I Irrbury of Vienna, Va. Mrs. O
Kurtz, and Mr. KarU, here
They flew back to Clark, Atterbury is the former bliss 7
from Atlanta and the Ci 0
,
N.J., their new home on De'cpmbcr Sybil DHbberly of Gainesville. Franklin longtime friends O )

20.Arriving .
S and neighbor. and Mrs.

S Frank JamJwm.

Dr. and Mrs. T. Lynn Smith Molly win return Sunday accompanied
today at the Otte will have as their !houseguests by ber sister .

Stock home will be Mr. and for( a week their son, Richard Barbara who will spend a

Mrs. Charles Vance of Melbourne Smith, Mrs. Smith and their few days In Atlanta. .
Kate Ward Michael of New Orleans ;
and Miss baby son )
of Adalrsville, Ga., who will I who will arrive M 0 a-

spend the remainder of the day.Dr. Mill Doris E. Hays,

winter here. )tn. Vance a Smith recently spent daughter of Mr. and Mr*.
_
niece of Mrs. Stock and ber some time in Colombia. South C. A. Cunningham is home I .Ma, ewaq.w..t (

husband, came up for a few America, and visited their from New York Qty for the r+r 70 Ai..b.Iw.w w.M4mNow
days and wIn attend the older son, Jack and bis wife holiday Doris U I pw-o,, ea J
currentlymanager ..
.
.Medumw turns ores A. as .rw w a.won
dance tomorrow Boraa In BogaU.
: being given
of a catering serv sad oQ. P e wa rem La.
night by eight young Gainesville Ice for an advertising firm In *.+. se arN.q..e BTA WHimrooi. portable
bachelors at the CainesTffla Manhattan. r.v .BalancSWIntoren, s M.e..I.Lw.rr d-hwa.her. f
and Club. S elndnKe kateoetrol. .j51t-I.Cr "I re. u. Can
do
Golf Country entlr
an day'sdkhM
I EJ
Mrs. D. A. Davits i i asher lit yes dial beat
way at once a WMAM
I hoiucgueits for trJ boll.ay waa twice, rim, four
I Urn
weekend Mr. aid M r a. Mr. awl Mrs Krancih A. I REFRIGERATOR I **

Dirk Fast who moved to Small have .. their guestfor .
Cadet Brace Ncblrs, freshman -
Pompano Beach from Wet,- DM Yuletide their son. I
at The dUde is spending "
port Conn, recently Mrs. Krtartt A. Small now of
with his
the Yuletide parents Faust a sifter of Mrs. Davits, Chicago where he Is associated ir 1
the Edwin Nobles. He
and her husband have visited with the Liberty Mutual
returns January 2. here often. laser a.e e Co. The

S Smalls spent Chrtatoas Day
Home from the Universityof to Jacksonville with their
Tot D. C Ottramdrr spent
Chrfetmas Day with Mrs. 0.trmder' .- Virginia: ChrkrttmOe fcruia daughter Betty and family.
Stare Pardee's
Variety
JKTerrto of heJkl Appliance Service
parents Mr. and )B. MeFmtos.son ( Saturday tie SauS! enleraioed ,

Mrs. U N. Carter of Daytona with aa bowie
open
MIl Jr. and Us I h 7 S.E. lit AM.CoInetTill 2735 N.r. 14th S,
Beach, wh eeltbrited 1Ionortn, Dr. awl Mrs. Air .
the day with a family JAM of JaekMKife.: stopped teed DUcaMl and thtar thit aura
with the McFerrtnt route
dinner and epca 1I uIe. en dress 8te,Wn and Ac, H T* '
Oearwaier, where
to
toy indeed Pa., formerty of
December 25 marked tit felled the Utters parents I Bob Kiefer's
Gainesville. Dr. Appliance Co. Inc. Reeves Appliances
Carters' goWe wedding an Mr. and Mr*. ferry OrtrnunM fonner'y! a DiaraaJlf.I ,
Ivtrsary. AIM hi Dayt I a a Christinas Day. .
for this gab wedding celebration eW. I PK fUvtrford faculty k CoOrge.now teaching 305 Sr. Johns AM.Ntotko Hwy. 441 & 21

were lIMit daughter 0ellsrlew
Mrs. James R. Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. C C Mislay The Duunants are II a.te- !

Matthews and man Jim s4 and thru children. lee.1 I guests of Moanlnc Dantr.to I Iw. WIT! '
Career Iron LaactefJ. BL TIM M and JWr. Warren Pa am honored there wsvn TIUDt '

Matthews amity stopped ben sod Mrs. Frank Adams, a Christmas open ..... >


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Practices I Showdown Looms Over Dues 'l 1UNITED



Probe Is Sought NATIONS, N.Y. reached on the basic issue or The United States says that If matic sources said, however, nil and Norway. I posed, to replace Czechos'ovakla. -
(AP) -Negotiators at the United unless two disputed council a vote on anything Is called In Assembly President Alex Qual Delegates were hopeful some had
WASHINGTON (AP-A new Ides employed by various gov Nation reached a crucial: seats are filled without a vote so the assembly the Soviet Union way would be found to get They said Quafoon-Sackoy I" I
of Ghana bad failed between
1 Investigation Is brewing In the eminent agencies under specie stage today in their efforts to as to avoid I challenge: of the must suffer the.penalty set out son-Sackey around Indonesia's demand to:failed to resolve a cohtest '
Senate on charges that the Na laws. head off a Sovlet-U.S. showdownover Soviet'*' right to vote I In Article 19 of the U.N. to get agreement to elect Security be allowed to vote against Malaysia Jordan and Mall for Mo
tional Aeronautics and Space Sens. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., Russian refusal to pay The Soviet Union has refusedto Charter which states that any Council members the same I which Is otherwise unop- rocco's: teat _
Administration Is giving away I and Lee Metcalf, D-Mont., both peace-keeping assessments.The pay assembly assessments to member two years behind in way
valuable patent rights which belong contend that the new NASA policy negotiators hoped to work,finance the Congo and Middle assessments shall have no vote- There Is no problem concerning ;
to the taxpayers. permits Its contracting officers !. out some agreement before theassembly's ,East peace-keeping operations In the assembly.To two of the four seats :. RENT.A..tV I
Complalnta by some Senate to negotiate patent walv next meeting, scheduled because it contends the Security avoid a showdown, there,that become vacant at the end .
and House members picture erg at the time they sign re- for Tuesday morning. The Council alone has the right to has been no voting since the of the year on the 11-natlon tf' 11
NASA as signing away to business search contracts, thus giving Security Council cannot function start and finance such opera assembly convened Dec. 1. All council. Uruguay and the Netherlands 'f ICr*. tttEVjSlON ) FR 2-0433
firms the rights to patents away patent rights before even after Thursday New Year's tions. It is more than two years necessary business has been are unopposed candi-: ".;w I''''' M I
developed at public expense and learning what they may be. Eve unless agreement Is behind in Its total assessments done by..general consent. Diplo dates for the seats held by Bra- .
worth untold millions of dollars. Morse has advised Long'
They contend a recent policy subcommittee that this Is con J3'r
: 1\ 1\
< I
change made the situation trary to both existing law and K'
worse, the Constitution.The .
James E. Webb, NASA administrator forthcoming Congress
has countered with session also promises InvestlRa-

a claim federal that the law agency and guidelines is following -- tiona Financial on many dealings other fronts.of Bobby The NOW THERE'S A UNITED LIQUORS STORE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

laid down by President Baker, alleged "snooping" on
John F. Kennedy shortly before government employees by their
tosses, and the controversial b pe
his death.
The patents in question were contract production for the of the developmentand Fill war- NEW LOCATIONS

developed under government- "plane-formerly known as the
financed research contracts: TFX-are among !Investigative ; LOWEST
with commercial and other In- a
problems awaiting the new Con .

stitutions.A spokesman. for I Senate 8rt?s.The. House has a less busy North 13th St. at 5th Ave. PRICES !!! t

t Small Business subcommittee schedule of probes ahead. Its
headed by Sea Russell B. Long, main one will be a study of West Ave. 34th St.
University at I
4 D-La., told a reporter It will soaring costs of the new Sam ,
p;
meet shortly after Congress TUyburn House Office Building..
convenes: Jan. 4 to consider Originally Intended to cost: $10

ve senatorial tllt1on.requests for an In.I as million a more-than-$95-mllIlon or less, It Is winding pro-up' MARTIN'S SEAGRAM'S j\qJ\sc! ,:

Long has been on outspoken ect-the costliest public building :- WO .
J critic: of the differing patent pol In history. V.O. c,1:? STRAIGHT BOURBONs
-v"' 8 YEAR OLD 10 YEAR

: Heckled Singer IMPORTED SCOTCH OldFitzgerald OLD .' !

I I UNITE WHITEHORSE 'M;ra
PAUL
a 100 Proof BROOKS t;
;
I .
Walks Out FightsPARMA i Kentucky Bourbon .

MASSON Ia. 35rhs & ., .
ku '
Italy (AP) -American offer apologies to the public and CALIFOOHIHHAM'AGHI LANGS- HALE
baritone Cornell MacNeil continue the ," Ne-
: performance 16'5 .
and superintendent of Italy's grl said. 3 $12 50
Parma Opera House have "He refused. He argued Then Irut Pink $339 Cose 3 $ STHSWhlfe
agreed that MacNell will never the baritone, in a fit of temper, Sp. lurj. $17.9 5THS CAS[ CASE 65.85
sing there again. hit me with closed: fists on the 61,95 CASE $48.95
The two cam: to blows after face and arm, although slight 10 YEAR OLD
the opera star stormed off the ly." SEAGRAM'SGIN GRANTS
stage Saturday night and forced I MacNell gave a different version. OLD HICKORYHEAVEN HEAVEN
cancellation: of the season's 8 YEARS OLD
opener at Parma'i Reglo Theater ] "Negrl barged Into my dressing HILL
room, Insulting me. He actually HILL Johnnie Walker

The Parma audience, which punched me once in the bottled In lend 100 Proof KENTUCKY RED LABEL 96 Proof! has made the city known as the stomach and kicked me twice
SCOTCHHEDGES
I 'IMP.
"lions' pit" of opera, had In the shins, as my son tried to HOUSE OF GENTLEMAN CAL VERTSTUART
hackled MacNeil and Us Italian hold him and push him out of .
costars, tenor Flavlano Labo the room." 6 Year Old Ky bourbon 90 GIN 11

and soprano Lulsa Maragllano,' IMPORTED SCOTCH &
tin first two acts ofVtodlY''Maaked 2 Ex.Cons SmirnoffVODKA KESSLERSS "
Ball." SS Proof Blend
Said MacNtll: "If Parma BUTLER
For .
wants to hear good singing the Jailed '
spectator: must learn to be $399 .". 3 $10 So
$5.99
the have.italic I will Theater.never sing" again at Miami Slaying 5TH5 __ $319 I

Said Giuseppe NegrI, the superintendent MIAMI (AP-Two) men, described 5TH ;

of the opera house: : by police as ex convicts ... .. .
-MacNell wlH never again be were In Jail on murder : : ,
allowed to set foot In the theater charges today in the slaying of Vermouth .- Old
as long as I am Its director." Moigan W. Hooker (1, sales Specials I SERVING GAINESVILLE FOR 25 YEARS Thompson
MacNell, 42, one of America's manager of Miami Beach's Al-
leading operatic baritones, became giers Hotel. WED IN THE WOOD
infuriated l when a burst of IMP.
catcalls stopped him and the Hughlan Baxter Gunter 28, '1.19 $329
STH
orchestra at tM beginning. of his and Charles Arthur Robbins, STOCK .
'
third-act aria. I 24, wire arrested north of MIami -
'"Crsttml! Idiots!" he shouted six hours after Hooker's DRY or SWEET ,. nl 3 5ths 9.95
and stalked off the stage body was found Sunday riddled '
The fans set out after the with bullets In brushland south ROMA 1 1.09 ; '
American. For IS min! of Miami. RS Free
police: struggled with UN ann, Officers said Hooker's pock- % MP.
shoving crowd that jammed the DRY, SWEET
eta were empty except for a Home
narrow corridor outside the pack of cigarettes and a pair ofeyeilal.m. 5TH:
'
sinew's dressing room. IV The body was found $159 PHONE FR 8-1635
police: finally escorted MacNell by teenagers who had gone NOW AT 2 LOCATIONS IN GAINESVILLE Delivery
to his hotel but not before he

and dressing Negrl room.tangled Inside t.! shooting County In detectives the area.said Gunter RICCADONNA DRY.,SWEET Waldo Rd. al NE.8th Ave. N., Main St. at 10th Ave Ph.

"I to MttNell'i dressingresin t was on parole after serving 378-1636
got : ,
ACROSS PROM !
CITIZENS
HELD Across Prom Gainesville Shopping Cuter
I second before I crowd eight years of a life sentence IMPORTED '
of spectators had forced their lot a 19o5 slaying, and Robbins Holiday .
way there, to plead with the I had served aentences in Florida FRENCH __ Party
stager to return to the stags, and Arkansas WINE MAKI RESERVATIONS FOR NtW YUR'3 PARTY i
Cocktail Music Service

Aliens Must Report Pink ReJ Site 5to7 Haul ( LAMPLIGHTER LOUNGE Dancing& WE WORK DO _THE.

1.1 $| P.M. V North Main St. at N.W. 10th Ave. Nightly LEAVE THEPARTYING .
I Addresses in January

5th 11i to F t.AIS N"S8 alt N1 jt TO YOU
'MIAMI Robert.. Woytych, al agricultural laborer
n district: director of the Imml.patJae Forms with which to make Imported English
and Naturattzstlon Service the report can: be obtained f WALKER'SDELUXE FULL QUARTS OLD CROW
Mid aliens to the United from any Post Office or to- GIN LAMPLIGHTER
States will be required to report migration and Naturalist o n j r ) 8 YEAR OLD BLEND K .'Mkr fcfdfl sst. ,
their addresses to the Attorney Service office during the month I YEAR OLD BOURBON '
General within the near future. gf January. 3 5THSMOGEN$1395 PHILADELPHIARELSKA Four Roses
said that the law
Woytych pro.video
All aliens, with few
exception
severs penallUes for failure dY CRAWFORDSIMPORTED M Pm I SIW
!, who art In the United I
to comply with the reporttog : SCOTCH
States on January 1 each year requirement. VODKA
must.report their addresses bylift I. CALVERTDAVID
end of that month Only thefoDowInt CRAIGS CARIOCA
Earl C.
classes of aliens areanted May CANADIAN WHISKEY RUM LIGHT 0* }II J EXTRA.
from this requirement: Rq"N..1tp BASK
+ r "":
(1) Accredited Diplomats: (1)) The Society tquitobl.of II,.United Life Auuranci State Contort Koiker Wine c.r- $
49
$79 :
parsons accredited to certala( H.M OWo New Twk, N.Y. 99 *4 ; 3 ,
titsraMioaa] organisations; and FR 2.3576 PULL $4 5th I stiles CASE
(I) These admitted temporarily I GALLON IUS FULL QUART $44.95
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PIPER IMPORTED HEIDSEICK fliNCH $ E99 MAKI iABUUOMUS YOUR RESERVATION

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pIUI. for all youreaional 261.00 liDO 131.00 UOO
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2 to 3.1&
) New Bark JFlmrs resulted In the building of th
PAUL P. KENNEDY canal In Panama but not lr IRYRS GnragtLB.
:TAMA' There I 18 an unable the capital area, the economu
and universal optim- and social effect would be
), |here that the United States enormous, this official explain
4 ; build Its new sea level ed.'Waving his arm in a semi .
I I In Panama. circle over the city as viewer
inamanlans of all strata, from the Panama Country
'; omit as well as social re- Club, the official looked over
to consider the possibibllt the dozens of office building*
'
+ the canal could be built and apartment buildings of if Allgood Brand Sugar Cured Super Right Half or Whole Quick Froctn Dtlteloui
here. The Panamanian I to 18 stories.

Is no other solution"the "This is what is giving u.jlRhtmares Sliced Bacon 2 lb. Pkg. 85c Pork Loins lb. 49c Grouper Fillets Lb. 39c I
[ canal will be built in ," he said, "The m-'
ama." thought of those Sup. Right All Meat
building f Super Right Center Cut Fresh Frozen Htadltsi
sident Johnson announcedfor standing there empty, of Pan

[He assured a new the canal Panaman-recent.]city.ama"turning into a ghost t I 7 P .::;:\.' Franks lb. Pkg. 49c Pork Chops u. 69c Shrimp Lb. 89ci

that eventually the pres. There has been enough evl I B \\ Super Right Vac Pak Super Right Country Style" Coon Johns Fresh Dry Pocked Con
I canal and the Canal Zone deuce in the past of the cana I

I I lid be turned over to Pana of zone's the Impact capital.on Largely the economy as a A mi: :j Sliced Ham e-ot. Pkg. 59c Back Bone Lb. 49c Oysters standard 12-oz. 99c

t tour possible sites for the result of three days of anti 1.1::
J Jal were mentioned, two in I IJ American rioting in Panama l\ / ::

|ama, one between Costa last January, construction it "SUPE-RIGHT" J PORK lOIN
1: and Nicaragua, and one this city fell about 40 per cen' 7 SLICES WESTERN-PORK
J: Jolombia.! in the first half of 1964.
highly} placed official in Now construction Is pick! n rup. 2 to 3lb.avg. .
iomy"1md finance In the but there is little optimism
II lamanlan capital said: "The I that it will continue very fat CHOPS c
I lied States I is playing! ares Into the new -year. .t. 49
[. game or poKer. Tile As a result of the still-pond
kes are so big nobody can log decision on a new canal
G (rd to make a mistake." site there is little likelihood
'
((3 long as the site of the that construction will gal I v-
canal is In doubt, this of next year much over 1964. I' Happy New. Year, f'Alri!. GRADE "A" FROZEN YOUNG
lit explained, Panama can IS generally believed here thai'
FROM YOUR FRIENDLY Aap
I afford to permit anti-Amer 'surveys for the new canal sit
elements free rein. "We will! take from one and a halo 10 TO

Iw and your government three years to complete A&P WILL' BE to Le,
hws that we know that the There Is a great deal of doubt CLOSED TURKEYS
v .
'C15 of any violent anti- here that during that time the NEW YEAR'S DAY 39
lierican demonstrations in occupancy of apartment anc LB.
sauna could be disastrous," office buildings will greatly improve
explained. although there Is no pre
'yen if such demonstrations rodent from which to judge.


, meak Preview Is Given .fir Old Petitioned Country Cured Specie!! FonC e Dried Special! Sunnyfleld Long Grain

: BUCKEYEPEAS FANCY
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CYNTHIA-lOWRY Dan Grudge, who Is bitter over ; f 1 / JOWLS RICE
the death in war of his only son
Television-Radio fr
l Writer Is Isolationist
Marley. Grudge furiously
l'jT; YORK'(AP) -Almost opposes the United
Nations and Is dedicated to the
about a special tele-
program called "Carol proposition of a very strong, r Tongue I In ..
\iiotber.Christmas" to be America which should "stay on +r Teeth cut 27c1Pk92.0. 10 3 Pk939C
dSr. OIl. ABC tonight ispat our own aide of the fence." lb.I
.Jbr! one thing tel vii Into his baronial hall on thr .
i writers were invited to sec Christmas Eve anniversary of
program end review It in Parley's death comes the
Cratchett,like figure of his ne-
vance. I
CLOSE NEW
YEARS EVE
an almost unheard of phew, a man of good will, seeking 6 P.M.

s, ,. _II. since disparaging to change his attitude. Hr
'
falls, but Grudge soon find:
*s are likely to discourage
Special! Jan. Porker Ploln or Seeded
However, In concept, himself which Is aboard transporting a creaking the deac1 ship Special! Jane Parker Lemon or Spe iell! All Verletlet Kraft Special AfrP Our Final Quality
i Iccnttonrand, motive, this 90- Rye Bread 2 I.Lb. loaves 39c
of all wars past and carries also
nute-filmed ghost story Is an
the ghost of Christmas Past PINEAPPLE CHEESESPREAD APPLESAUCE
firaordinary erclal television..'departure for The Ghost's message: These ,. Special! h.t.>>oy-Af-Det Cheeit,

rol for Another Christ men died because the men whr Pizza Mixes 21s1 85c
govern nations stopped talking -o:. Pk9s.
:tslt is the first to be made I PIES
to each other and started
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'lr-, Help Others With a Smile .




(); By PAT WILKINSONShe 7 ) _- _

has soft brown eyes anda
peaches and cream com-

plexion. She has a calm, relaxed !
personality and a moth- t'e IJOfcJv It HEREdom :
er's ample lap for cuddling I ;
her three small daughters.For .

a human dynamo who

has to>> plan schedules IS I

months in advance, Mrs gets credit," the friend Mrs. Wlegman's sixth grade but admits it takes about t
Tom Elfe's appearance Is de said. "She never has fits of class at Stephen Foster School three weeks after she gets

ceptive. depression. She is always where her daughter Doris, S, home from camp to undo the

Best known for her work as cheerful." Carolyn, 7, and Martha, 10, at work that was done while she

adult coordinator In *as gone.
training .1
Mrs. Elfe's childhood r e tend.Mrs.
the 13 county Gateway Council -veals a family possessed of Elfe was a former I Nevertheless, Mrs. Elfe I
of the Girl Scouts, Mrs. unusual physical energy and mathematics and science emphasized that she schedules -

Elfe's administrative influ- wide interests. This, combined teacher in Illinois and keeps closely her activities so
ence Is felt by more than 600 with her liking for the active In her profession by that she is home with her chit

new leaders each year. university community and a tutoring young people who are dren after school. If some

Prior to this work which philosophy of wanting to do having trouble In mathema task takes her away her girls 5 Die in 3.Car CrashFive

she undertook as a volunteerlast things for people, has made tics She receives no pay for often go with her
June Mrs- Elfe was active -Mrs. Elfe a busy woman. this. She tells them to go out persons were killed and 5 others Injured in this 3-car crash In the rain MRS. ELFE as a trainer and scout and help someone else. The Elfes live In a big 101 at Oceanside, Calif. Sunday. Body lying In foreground Is one of the
house In north Galnesv III ..
Worker She Is active as president of dead
Scout victims.
leader. This interest stems
the University Method I s t Last aummer Mrs. Elf Mrs. Elfe does a lot of chauf-
from her experience as a Church Women's Society. She was program director for the fering. She drives her girls
former girl scout and a mother works closely with the Wil University Methodist Church four miles to school and I

FilipinosIn now of girl! scouts. Icy Foundation in planning social Day camp. She also work e d back each day and said she put BurglarsHit Florida Holiday

Mrs. Elfe's minister describes -' programs for university I in the resident Girl Scout 50,000 miles on her speedometerin

Anti-U. S. her work In scouts as students. She is the only woman camp at Camp Katerl near three years. Safe AtHawthorne I
Orange Springs. For four
"distinguished. member of the official
church board. years she has been progr am Since there are no close Toll Reaches 21At

'* Protest "The thing that Impresses director of Camp Wildlife neighbors with children, Mrs.
Rally me most about Mary Ruth Is Mrs. Elfe is chairman of of the Hearts-Florida Girl I Elfe "imports" playmates for

""" that she Is not ona who waits the Settlement School program Scout Council near Paisley. her girls from school. least 21 persons died in: R. Stem, 36, of Hallandale.

servicemen MANILA (AP) allowed- American out of for things to be done but sees of the local alum n I "My family Is very patient "I usually have six children Burglars, working by candlelight Florida accidents during the Miss Gertrude Christy, 75, of

Clark Air Base were! today alter a both the need and opportunityto group of PI Beta Phi They with me and all my running around, not just three," Mrs. broke Into Hawthorne long Christmas weekend, 15 of Orlando, and Joe Thomas, 52, of
:". .weekend of restrictions Imposed participate," relates the sell the mountain craftw 0 r k around," Mrs. Elfe said. "My Elfe said. Her girls are active High School and took the school them on streets and highways Napies were fatally Injurednear
.. by the U.S. Air Force because Rev. Thaxton Sprlngfl e Id. made by those In the Settlement husband counts up the numberof and socially-minded like their safe during the holiday week-'clogged with holiday traffic. their home towns and

of a protest rally in the nearby "She Is aggressive without being School at Gatllnb u r II golf days he Is entitled to mother and love to have parties end, Sheriff Joe Crevasse'i office One person died In a plane Charles Edward Lail Jr., 24, of
town of Angeles. offensive and this is an unusual Tenn. when I'm out of town." -"even if they are only with reported today. crash ,four drowned and one Jay, was killed In Escambla
Some at the trait for a person." m&ke-belleve tea and soda .1 suffocated In his home. County.
speakers rally
"Our PI Phi's had a tale She .
laughed and said that taking
The The plane crashed after Other automobile victims included
Sunday urged removal of U.S. A close friend of Mrs Elfe this fall. I did all the orderingand when she Is at during crackers. burglary was reported Municipal
Tallahassee
camp off from Charles E. Williams
bases from the Philippines about 4.30 Joseph 41,
military : Sunday by
calls her pm.
In
a study perpetual bookkeeping. We made the
her husband
summer CarlJ.
This
accumulates community-minded woman Airport Sunday, killing of St. Petersburg; Susie B. Edwards
and the recall of U.S. Ambassador -
William McCormick motion. $700 for the Settlement a lot of golf days. whom her close friends G. Wood, school principal.The Walker 63, of Tampa, and 52, of Canal Point; David -

Blair Jr. There was no violence. "Mary Ruth Is a real doer. School," Mrs Rife said Mrs. Elfe the describes as "undertaking fantastic break > in occurred between injuring his passenger, Virginia Chambers, 18, honor student
says family Christmas Eve and Sun-
The rally, attended by about She never asks for and ad- She Is room mother for, gets along well without her jobs all alone which other Langlois, 44, also of Tampa. at Princeton, killed near Jacksonville
2,000 Filipinos: was called to people wouldn't think of day.About Cause of the accident was not and Kelly Eastman, 3,

protest the killing of two Filipino tackling," also does a fantastic $3, plus school records immediately determined. of Archer, struck by a car near
no trespassers by guards on I Job| as home-maker. were in the safe, Wood told Traffic victims Included Dr. Cedar Key.
U.S. bases and Blair's charge deputies. He said the secretaryhad Oscar Fleites, 40, of Atlanta, James Robert Neff, 37
Mrs. Elfe does all her own killed when he lost controlof
: 1. that two Filipinos had tried to / SEE By housework. She sews and knits made a bank deposit at the Ga.his, car six miles south of drowned while on a fishing tripin
bomb an American school at start of the holidays. the Hillsboro Canal near
all her family's clothes "ex .
":" South Bay Sundayonlllht.Steven
'
: Clark. Belle Glade, and Fred W. Losh-
U.S. cept shoes because they are too Deputies said the burglars Carlton Weatherington -
The call for removal of baugh, 60, of Riviera Beach
: bases was taken up by several hard to make" and this' Includes brcte in through a window In 22, and Linda Estess Wea- drowned while attempting! to

congressmen, including Rep. suits, coats, sweaters, the principal's office, went into therlngton, 18, of Orlando, were launch an air boat northwest of
: Benjamin Llgot, a member of I .the SUNGENERAL socks, dresses, blouses,. even un the secretary's office, and rolled killed Saturday night at an Intersection West Palm Beach.
derwear. the safe down a corridor three miles south of
: President Dlosdado Macapagal' away, Ervin L. Liner, 48, of Orange
; ";;:' Liberal party. lie recom ..I and behind the cafeteria. Lake City.
Park drowned while trying outa
I Her day begins around nine In Mrs. Frances Daisy Mizrahi, ,
:. mended that the United States HOSPITAL as, Tom Grady. Abbie Duncan, ADMITTED boat and Simon Parrot.
the morning and ends at mid A candle was found on the 41, of Hialeah, was killed Sun new
:. "put a fleet around the Philippines" Den 21, 1564BIRTHS Made Bragg, Lucy Walker, Jo; Mrs. Evelyn Jernigan, M r .. night. floor. day night in a tw as It does around Formosa. : Carol Williams, Mae Dowdell Marcia Wooley, Alfred Hudson, Deputies said break in at- In Hialeah. fell into a canal near Laka
Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, and baby boy, Josh Taylor, Mack McNeil, Juanita Fawcett, "That's why I call myself a made at the school Okeechobee.
Justice Secretary Salvador 728 NW 39th Ave., a girl; Mr. Simon Richardson, K e n n eth Mrs. Martha Varnes, Mrs. professional volunteer, for no tempts cafeteria were where Four persons were killed near H. N. Smgletai-y, 61, suffocated .
a screen was collision
Danla In a two-car or
Marino was reported planning and Mrs Milton Misner 7034 Johnson Ethel Melton business would me to work
irwin Joyce Howard, Roy Leillch, pay
and windows In his Jacksonville home
torn
Jalousie
I : :.. to start Saturday on an Investigation -NW 20th Terr., a boy; Mr. and Wm. Lee, Barbara Snellgrove Mrs. Jan Wetland, Mrs. Nancy such odd hours," Mrs. Elfe opened -Christmas Day. They were fell
ordered President and Into two school supply Jacque R. Hunter and his wife when he apparently asleep
by Mrs. J. W. Strickland, 210 NE and baby girl, Ernest Whitney, Rogers, all of Gainesville; Mrs. said. with which
Macapagal. Marino and other vending machines, but notIng Dorothy, 49; Harry W. Baxter a lighted cigarette
Philippine officials have urged 17th Terr., a girl; Mr. and Myra Jean Fender, Tommy D. Vera Chapman, LaCrosse; Car- She feels her secret of accomplishing was found missing.Denies 31, of Hollywood, and Norman :aused a smouldering fire.
Mn. Charles Dowdell, 1007 NE Milllcan, Cathleen Gay Roland, rie Read, Trenton; Mrs. Eloise
much Is due to
calm and sobriety. Macapagal 25th Terr., a boy; Mr. and Frances E. Griffin, and Orla C. Sheppard, Cross City; Mrs. Jo- her so
has taken the position that no careful organization and
Mrs. Pennon Foy, Jr., Box Sanchez. Anne Jordan, LaCrosse; Cecil RaceProblelll
,. action can be taken until.all
her determination to solve eacb
571 Alachua, Fla. a girl Mr. GENERAL HOSPITAL White The Universal
I .. the facts art known. ; Dunaway, Springs; Jan-
:: Col. Dlosdado Garcia, provincial and Mrs. James J. Phillips I December 21, 11 Ice Shiver, Interlachen; Leslie problem as It comes up. After I
I '. constabulary commander, 1301 NW 8th St., a gut BIRTHS I McElveen. Chiefland; Thomas planning her calendar she concentrates At

reported Sunday that his investigation ADMITTED: Mr. and Mrs. James Erwin, Riherd, Starke; Eddie Griggs, on one day at a time Language of Math

'.. had confirmed that a Mrs. Mae Ola Dowdell, Slpo 3831 S.E. 15th St., a boy; Mr. f'hl..rlan.f and doesn't worry about the fu.
World War II Japanese mortar Green, Jr., George L. Steams, and Mrs. James Willmann, 279- DISCHARGED ture. U. S. BasesBy

shell was thrown into the Amer. Mrs. Beatrice M. Thomas, 13 Correy Village, a girl; Mr. I Paige Wilson, Mrs. Carolyn With scientists bringing I land was as generally comprehensible -
lean schoolyard at Clark Baseon Peggy Ann Wolfe, Rebecca K. and Mrs. Charles Myler, 3031, Stalling and baby boy, Mrs. "I also take short naps every JOHN BAt'S.MVNHEIDELBERG space probes closer and closerto in 1764 as now. The

Dec. IS but that the shell's Phillips, Nancy R. Stockdale, S.W. 1st Ave., a boy.AD1IInED. liz Mae Valentine and baby aftrnoon. In our house nap- ..GermanyAP Earth's distant p I a n .11 t truly remarkable thing about
fuse had been removed. all of Gainesville; Nettle J.' girl, Mrs. Rebecca Phil Hips I time Is sacred. When the girls ( ) A U.S. Army spokes there Is increasing speculation this sentence," Dr. Wallace I

Garcia said the shell could not Davis, Wllllston; AlvIn Holland 1- Mrs. Betty Ann ErwIn, Mrs. and baby girl, Roberta Jon es, were little we all took naps man said today that a report to whether there may be an Intelligent continued, "Is that it is under.
,: explode and that It probably had Palmetto; Mrs. Yvonne Edna Willmann, Mrs. Beverly Mrs. Nancy Strickland and baby even the cats and dogs. When President Johnson describing an form of life on one of standable, Irrespective of the

.- been thrown to harass the Filipino -' I.. Foy, Alachua; Ernest F., Myler, Roy A. Howell, Mrs. girl, Mrs. Marilyn Mayer and my husband was home he too acute problem of racial discrimination the planets. natural language of the read

civilian guard at the Whitney, Melrose; Maggie E.:Cherrie McNeil), Emmett Ed- baby girl, Joe Owens, Mrs. Nancy felt obliged to take a nap," Mrs. near American bases In If so, how will these groups er."

school. Cason, Starke; Jimmy C. Jones, ward Parrish, all of G al n e .- Stockdale and baby boy, J. Elfe said. Germany Is "not reflective of communicate with each other?
Trenton; Katherine W. Code, vllle Swift Bradenton B. Murphy and Daisy Duncan. the current situation." In addition to being universal -
; Joseph ; Dr. Alexander D. Wall I I lace,
Christmas in the Elfe home math has the characteristic -
Collins Char I lei R. Douglas High POLICE, FIRE REPORT "We' would certainly not regard
LeRoy Mason.DISCHARGED Accident means mother and daughters professor of mathematics at of universal utility.
: Roundup this problem as acute at
the University of Florida,
Springs.DISCHARGED baking 100 dozen cookies. It also : says
Interview Due Pat Stuart, Mleko Van Heln- Involved In accidents reported the present time," said the'mathematics almost certainly' "'%i'e are very familiar with
ingen and baby girl, Edna M. Mrs. Nettie Davis and baby I by the Gainesville Police Department means Mrs. Elfe knitting two- spokesman at the Army's European will be the means of communi the uses of mathematics In the
foot for the to
Guerrant, Gertrude Whittlng-girl, Mrs. Mona Compton and and the Alac h u I stockings girls headquarters. cation. physical sciences but its applicability -

On Channel 5 ton, Gallya Sanchez and baby baby boy, Mrs. Marilyn White County Sheriff's Office during hang for Santa Claus. They be- He said the report apparently Dr. Wallace, noted as one of in other fields is not
like their mother's
I boy, Patricia Gornto and baby and baby girl, Mrs. Maggie .the past 48 hours were: stockings was based on Information col- the world's most distinguished well known," Dr. Wallace not
LeRoy Collins, former gover.nor girl John Kenneth Fort, 4005 NW 21st cause they stretch and stretc lected of
Gay, Virginia Sey. Canon, Mrs. Helen Mlsner and on a tour European mathematicians, feels "Math ed.
of Florida and past president kora, Darryl Curry, Wanda baby boy, Mrs. K a y White, Terr., who hit a sign and mailbox The Elfes are happy hr bases two years ago.>>
f is the sort of abstraction which
: of the National Association Mourant and baby girl, Paula Mrs Susan Parson and baby at 3:42 a.n. Sunday, Hawthorne Gainesville. They came here In a final report, made known The biggest problem In understanding
deals with
of Broadcasters, discusses Smith and baby boy, John Baxter girl, Mrs. Melba Moody and Rd. and 15th St. from Urbana Illinois whin Sunday, the President's CommIssion where." something every- math, according to

the progress of the Federal Vidal Trujillo, Irene Zimmerman ; baby boy, Mr. Arthur Carney, James Richard Bragg, rural Tom Elfe was made senior en- on Equal Opportunity in The 59 old founderof the University of Florida educator
Community Relations Service, Hawthorne, arrested for e a re- the Armed year : Is thaI It Is abstract,
Kenneth McMullcn I :Mrs. Mary Tomlmson and baby gineer at the local Sperry Company Forces notified John-
one of the major fields of .
of which he Is the In lens driving after it deals in
director and Irene Cillis. boy, a one-car accident plant. Mrs. Elfe met her son that racial discrimination in ;meaning generalities
a half hour special television l at 1:32: _a m.. Sunday, NW public accommodations and fundamental mathematical research -, rather than sticking to a
husband at the University of IIIWe
I -
I ebra
I interview, Tuesday, at I p.m. GENERAL HOSPITAL GENERAL HOSPITAL inn M. and win Ave. bases topological a III particular situation.
Innl.. ,lousing near was "partic
over WIFT-TV, Channel December M, 1564BIIIT1IS I December 21, 19S4 Judson Seaver HUM Jr., 1604 'V' ularly acute in and (used in circuit design for guided -

James I. Keller Jr., Presi- BIRTHS: NE 19th PI., treated and se- came In April of 1956 certain areas of the Germany Far East" missile and computer systems -I "Mathematics could not be
I dent of the Community Television Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stockdale,I Mr. and Mrs. Newell Thomas -leased for Injuries after hitting and the azaleas were all in It laid vigorous action should be ), said mathematics is a,so useful were it not abstract.

Foundation of South Chiefland, Fla, a boy Mr. and Gill. 114 NW 25th St., anon a dog owned by Brewer Leg- bloom. I thought It was a lovely taken by base conunanders to universal language. I I pearly the concrete is certain
Florida Inc., hosts the program Mrs. William Wolfe 1601 SE. : Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Mo gett, 1633 NE 19th PL. while town," Mrs. Ella said. "The eliminate discrimination affectIng Dr. Wallace points out that! In context (becauseit

"A Chat With LeRoy 23rd Lane, a boy, Mr. and Mrs. Neil, 1313 NW 8th St., a son; log a motorcycle, 1:10 p.m. rtd-I people were so friendly and cooperative soldiers off base r,-| peoples In isolated parts of deals with specifics) and it
Collins." 1 Sell, Coldln, 2110 NW. llth Mr. and Mrs. William Mikell, urday. 1600 NE 19th! ( PLLuclu. to us as strangers American Army authoritieshere the world have made similar is the nature of the concreteto "'

In (his program former Governor Terr., a girl, Mr. and Mrs. Ray. Rt 1, Box 19, Bell. Fla., a ion. Dapte Ewell 922! SE trying to get settled." would not call the report math discoveries almost sim- Dr.be Wallace specific: and particular,
Collins examines the m on d Valentine, Cross City, ADMITTED: 12th Ave., and Mary Ann Tag- Mrs. Rife can't undent and unfair. ultaneously. I went on.

of the agency accomplishments Fla, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. WU- Mrs. Sue Catherine GUI, Mrs. gart, 2413 NE 1st Ave., at S.08 why some people complain I But the headquarters spokesman "The Mayan Indians, who Most people tend to forget

formed to Implement the Civil helm Mayer, Rio 4 Box I<<.B, Virginia Dale Phillips, Herbert p.m. Saturday NE 23rd Blvd. there Is nothing to do In Gainesville. pointed out "The beat has were completely Isolated, teamed that even language, of which
a girl!; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Arrena Holmes and 9th St. Ewell cited for following numbers Independently he,
I RIghts Bill.AppearIng. Hayes, been on this situation for 24 : mathematics! Is a part Is abstract -
with Govern o r Barker, P.O. Box 92, Chiefland, Elsie Ells. Dean Mr. Amos too close, Mary Taggartfor "I have a long list of thingsI years and wt feel we've made I said.Math :
Collins are: Bill Baggs, Editorof Fla., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wade, all of Gainesville; Richard driving on expired license. want to do when I get throughmy tremendous strides." can be done by mathematicians -
the Miami News and a member Parker, M canopy, FI I a., a George Warnlck. Hawthorne William Unxmeyer. S24 SE present one," Mrs. Elfe The Army has set committees whether It is found;I "We are so familiar with a
of the Dade County Community girl; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny : Erma Mae Washington, 4th Ave, and Willie StiR Haw said. This Includes attending of lute and Negro up soldiers in Russian, German, Rumanian -' that we tend to forget that It

Relations Board; Morris .-Worthey iso N.E. 19th Place, Alachua; Roberta Jones, St. thorns, at 3:35 a.m. Sunday, SE more Little Theater plays and and of Germans and Americansto or other books. The symbols -is an abstraction of reality '
Abram' President of the a girl. Pete; Mrs. Ins Velma likeD, 4th Ave. and lib St. Stitt cited faculty concerts tackle the proble. used seem to be universal -he commented.
:American Jewish Commltt e Bell Fla.; Joe S. Owens. MIc--for careless driving. I !bits Elfe also can't under- according to Dr. Wallace. Putting In some of his own
> ADMITTED James Jr. 747 SE 14th Dr. Wallace and associ philosophy, Dr. Wallace thinks
Ray an
Mrs. Betty Sue Ferau- stand why some people complain -
Dr. John Brown a member of Mrs. anopy: 1
: t b. Community Relations la Sanchez Louise Goldln, Mm.. Or- son. Cocoa Beach, Fla.; Mrs. Lane, onecar accident at I 52 they can't find anything Lost in Gulf ate, Dr. A. R. Bednarek. received "It Is beyond possibility forman
Frances E. Grlflls "
p.m. Saturday, SE Depot St and a two fear to understand too much
JIoard.I Cathleen Margaret laWns WUhiatoo.DISCHARGED they like to bur In Gainesville. rn.aool
"A Chat With LeRoy Coli Amos Mrs.Roland. Mrs. Marion : 4th St Ray was treated for Injuries "I find everything need right III Motorboat grant from _the National. !,about anythll1l.I .
I Marilyn Mayer, at Alachua General Hospital science! rounoauon In N e venvl I "Specialization Is of the utmost
here said and this
Marlon Amos Charles Doug. Mrs. Elfe ,
;: lins" Is a Channel 2, Miami, Mrs. I r
i Birgitte Worthey, Mrs.Donnie las, Myrtice Parker, Joseph and released. includes a huge cfeaetful of material NAPLES (AP The CoastGuard be for research on a relation, need In the advanceme't
:: production. E. Melton, Mrs. Hugh Swift, George Tryon, Katherine Fire Calls for clothing. sad it would resume airsearch theory which: emphasizes claalsificatton |of mankind. The more specialized :-

Edward Shiver, Barabara Lang Ellenson, Mrs. Yvonne F At 70 am. today, Low's When the University Methodist today for a Naples man of related subjects I j t it Is, the more uses eai;
I ; Plot UncoveredLA ford, all of Gainesville; hits and daughter Alvin H..Iland.Mr. oy. Grill Ill NW 6th St. shorted Church recently held a in an outboard motor boat reportedly -I "Like an natural languages'I I be obtained" he concludes!

Ila Mae Valentine, Cross City; .. Polly Henry and daughter light switch. No damage.At series of laymen's lectures bound for Mexico mathematical language Is written -I
:: Mr. Tommy David 1\1 1111e.n I I and Mildred Woodson.GENERAL 12.31 p.m. Sunday, flooded which Included Gainesdoctor in sentences. The equationX Cuba
PAZ. Bolivia (AP) -The WliUston a typical The Yucatan Peninsula, closest Opens
; Myra Jean Fender beater at 240 SE 44th St, businessman equals t has a subject (II.) I
:: Bolivian government says It has Jacksonville; Mrs. Geneva B. I HOSPITAL home of Gene Bando. No damagt. me lawyer Mexican territory, Is 500 a mo>> (equals) and an object
Elfe chosen
:: I discovered a terrorist plot to Barker Chiefland; Mrs. Ethel December 27,1964BIRTHS tic Mrs. was miles southwest of Naples.Ralph (1). This is a very elementary New Factories
the housewife.
.. assassinate Gen. Rene Vanlanduigham. Orlando. At 10.50 as representative August Lindsay, 57, was sentence.
Barrien- I a.m. Sunday city "You couldn't can her most mathematicians -I
typical believed
;: toe, lead! of the ruling military DIMUARGEDAudrey Mr and Mrs. George U Rol--power line down at 309 block. though," her friend said."Gatstand.ing cans of to fuel have for two his afs.aIIon outboard and entirely comparable MIAMI :: Dean and baby girl, boa, Wiltlslon. a boy; Mr. and NW rr.d: StAt to such sentences as Tom has said Sunday night n tocton'5
Junta. Mary Harden and baby girl I Mrs. Dan Phillips, 4112 SW 47tbSt. t.51 a m. Sunday, fire In here." is the word to lISt when be left Naples Sunday. a hair which infests the primers representing a total 38 milk:

:: Interior Minister Qulroga Ter- Reba Smith and baby girl ., a boy; Mr. and Mrs. Earner 1 hall closet heating unit at John The captain of the shrimp from which reading Is;pie Investment were opened .

;: an said followers of ousted Barbara Schrader, Richard Sheppard, Cross City, a girl Haney resident. JOS SW lath WVea a beat policeman recently : boat Miss Marion said be saw carsed." Dr. Wallace! tlpIa.,f f XkataI9M. A Pf'O Is otrku,
:: President Victor Pas Estenssoro James, Hazel Paul Mallard, I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wool<<'1. 393SE :: Terr.stonari-lva1e1 fire said people in Gainesville i Lindsay shortly after noon Sunday ed. I r Burton C. Turner, E a .11. B. liih St.. a boy Mr and trucks. sack less oo the narU
:: were responsible. Pas Estenssoro ; have more community spirit 30 milts off Naples and Ncw. many parts of math.4 open
James Adam Harris, Anne H.Newconb Mrs. Job any Chapman, La- At 4.40 pm. Saturday, fire la and civic responsibility thai Lindsay Insisted 'be was going to''ematfcal language are stable I The largest.
.;.; fled to nelghborining Peru and baby boy, Lels I Croue, a boy; Mr. and Mrs. liwlne room furniture at 409 SE any town be knows be could JU'exko. The shrimper said be'Tbe sentence all plus hi phis/ *fcwdcajt according to t'
when government was overthrown E. Browning and baby gH Raymond Jordan LaCrase a 14th Lane. Residence of Rosalie plays been speaking el people, was unable to persuade Lindsayto c equals I has retained tali:U BuEkw mowtortd here is a
I peseanct electrical i
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Monday, December 28, 1964 Galneiville Sun 9l
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I'iIJSINESSjTT: rC I iOIthi.TTI Daniels, with much richness of
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I ''f"' ; I i tone and interpretive power
the three kings each with his
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REVIEW F' ,
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; And' Discords Helen Jones' conducting was

,,,01he very highest order and
r' VERB 1 ', her choir backed her to the fullest -
Late STOCK 'I BY RICHARDS The various ensembles of

Rush In Morning FLASHES II tho soloists was handled by conductor -
MARKET Gainesville outdid Itself musically ed the band In threee numbers, was excellent in "0 Thou That I and soloists with great

N. Y. Listing Thursday, Dec. 12, witha the 'Black Knight," "111&11-1 Tallest,." Edward Carwlthe skill. Rick Danburg as the page

Allis Chal NEW YORK (AP-The stock oping as the ,ear'. last week performance of a morning' lights from Gig!" and 'Toy' gave one of the best performances I was well done. It was In all

Stores Alcoa 20 M1 Int Nick 82% market weakened somewhat ii I )f trading began. concert In which the entire Stephen i Symphony," all very well done, In the baritone role heardIn 'points a superlative perform-
Int
Pap 324 dull trading early this afternoon under the direction of the music a long time. His voice was am.a.
Am Air 44 JonesAL 69Vi Steels and utilities, posting Foster population, 760 of director, Richard Fry. This free! and yet rich. Sue Carwithen I'

Am Can 42H KaisAl 29* fractional gains, continued to them, took part and In the evening year the band number 60. sang with feeling and beau-
Goes On! Am Cyan 65H Ken'cott 14 1 There was no sign of the turn In the best performances of tone. Save 2,000
the music forces of Buchnoli The Chorus has 65 membersIt ty Betty Ingalls, Myrla
Am
Mot 14V4 Loch'd 374 traditional yearend rally level- the listGranite
AT&T 66H Lorillard on Junior High School gave ( was less than 30 last year!) Bishop gave their numbers with MADRAS, India (AP) Two

Am Tob 32H: Mag'vox 42H 31 City Steel, whlc h its Christmas Band and Choral and is doing excellent work. fine tone and so did Betty Morgan Indian navy ships have rescued

By SAM DAWSONAP AmpxCp 15ii MMAM S4'i% jointed In the spreading price concert They sang five numbers, all in the "How Beautiful"aria. nearly 2000 persons maroonedon

Business News Analyst Anaconda 32H' Mohasco US Levy County increase for galvanized sheets In Stephen Foster school, the very well with Fraetorius' "Lo an Island off southern Indiab

NEW YORK (AP) Many Armour S3H Mons'to 85H advanced slightly. U.S. Steel Cindergarteners sang out boldly How a Rose e'er Blooming"perhaps The various choral numbers tidal waves last week.
Stores will be as crowded todayas Babcock 35' Road and Jones & Laughlin were up the best were especially fine with Officials estimate the death
Mont Wd 39Ti Job about Rudolph the RedNosed more toll at 300, Including 115 pawngvrs -
last week. Many will keep Beth Sti almost half a poInt. The Band did well on meditation than usual
35' Nat Dair IS'. i Reindeer, Then the first 01 very and the on a train that was washed
their extra clerks over for a few! Boeing 684 Nat Dist 26H The price rise of gold In ton I the Sixth Grade entered to "0 "Rudolph the Rod-Nosed Rein- "Hallelujah" magmficient In all away with the railroad bridge to
more days to handle the throngs Borden 84'. N. Am Av 54% To Start nun was reflected In gold min-, Come All Ye Faithful" first d er" and the "Jingle Bells respects. Dr. Sterrett was there the mainland.

bent on exchanging or returning Brunswk 8'4' Penney 64\ ing stocks. American South African sung In Latin, then In English, Rhapsody" The Band and Chorus with tho singers but never over _

Christmas presents. Cater Tr 41H Pa RR 375 BRONSON Work on a $213,. added a point and Dome in fine tones and excellent diction I did "Three Songs for Christ them. Director Jane Sterrft

Merchants also are preparingfor Celanese 74'i" Pep Cola 59i4 447 project on Levy County to picked up almost a point. In both language. mas" by Grundman, with R. A. made more of the Interpretation I IN OS

upcoming clearance sales Chrysler 81'. Phil Mor 72 I rebuild adjoining segments ol This was followed by the First Oinberg, guest conductor, all I than common. I II TUIJDAYAHsOO
with more items added to the Coca Col 138% Phil Pet 52S two roads is expected to be Comsat fell back a point. welt done and ended the 1:00. JOJ. 7ilO,
Grades Had
singing "Mary a program I "Amahl and the Night Vlsl- 9.20
list, while others will have big- Com Ed 53'i RCA 31' started by December 30, the Tho Associated Press aver I Baby," very seriously and very with Cantlqtie Nocw. tors" was given In concert form
price discounts this time Con Edis t4Rep\ Stl 43'\. has An excellent of
ger State Road Department age of 60 stocks at noon had performance by the First Methodist Choir jacxiernmona
than last Cost Can .49% Revlon 45'. announced. fallen A to 322.3 with Industr well.Another Handel's "The Messiah" was I'
conductor Helen Jones las
Some stores have tighter rules Dow Che 76'i' Rey Tub 394 als off .6, rails off .5 and utilities First Grade followed given last Sunday afternoon at i and lee ReillCK
than formerly about exchanging DuPont 235'4 St Reg P 34 District Two Road Board .1. doing "The Bells of Christmas the Highlands Presbyterian Sunday evening at 7 o'clock In

those gifts that aren't quite EAL 44H Sears 1314 member Ralph Powers said the up ," the girls with tinsel In Church, with Jane Amahl (a crippled boy of about "DayS

right They're making sure the Kodak 1394 Sinclair 534 7.7-mile project Includes the The Dow Jones average of 30 their hair and accompanied byan Sterrett, director; Delberl Rlchardsl l 11), was sung by Julie Larson; OF wine
where Firestone 424 Socony 924 segment of State Road S-322 extending stocks at noon was off 2.20 to orchestra, and two girls with ill mother, Becky Daniels; the
goods were really bought Sterrett, organist and soloists
annaoses"SUBURBIA
from U.S. 41 at Mont- 865.96. bells and others with three kings, Mevllle Lalte,
Fla P&L 744 SouthnC 66'. tiny mu- ..
the exchange is sought. I Sue Carwithen
soprano; Betty 'ADII o. won 'UO..llt
brook east to the Marlon Coun- Gene Dunman and Guy Webb
'leal instruments ;
Ford S3'i SperryR 14 playing carefully
Most take the rush In stride. chemicals Allle Patricia Punicombe
the -
Among Morgan, soprano;
Line and the segment of SR In time. A first the page, Rikl Danhurg organ
Frmst Da 134 StBrand 79 ,ty Carbide good .
with the and Union Carol
unprofitable -
Chemical mezzo
They put up soprano;
Frept Sul 44'. StO NJ 90 S-323 from U.S. 41 at Morrlston Grade had a mixed quartet,' Barbara Kirby; piano Russell
business of exchanges, hopIng lost a point. Shea, contralto; Ralph Duprce,
east and north to connect with "
Frueb Tr 304 Studebak S'/i singing part of the number, 0 nnburg
that of those comingIn tenor and Edward Carwithen,
many Gen Texaco 88 the project on SR S322. IBM dropped 2 points and Children ; .
Dyn 354 Come Little an Austrian The performance was excellent
choir of
to get a more wearable neck- baritone, and a 41 ling
tie will be leaving with some Gen El 90H Thiokol 124 Work Includes converting the General Electric lost a point. Carol. A Second Grade In all departments. Julie DRIVI-'N THEATRE
Gen Fds 114 U Carb 127Vi roads into sang "The Cradle," with other ers.Ralph Larson! with SHOWTIMI 7iOO
extra merchandise. That's existing graded paved The rails and drugs were Dupree sang his aria sang very pure
Gen Mills 494 Unit Alrc 64' second grades singing "Christ tone, much sympathy, and still I
known as Impulse buying gener- roadways. mixed. well despite a cold Carol Shea
Gen Mtrj 934 Un Fruit 184 "
mas Gifts, with three in costume P 4
ated by raffle through store of Prices advanced In moderate -
Goodrich 58 US Steel KVi W&M Construction, Ine, Including an angel with MERMAIDS UNDER
aisles. Goodyr 45'4 Umv Mat 14 Willlston has been awarded the trading on the American halo and wings. Both groups THE LIGHTS AT 11r'
The big volume of December Greyhnd 224 WestgEl 444 contract and will have 160 work- Stock Exchange. well.A I I WEEKI.WACHESSEE
sales probably has left less distressed Gulf Oil 994 Woolwth 27H Ing days to complete the proj- Corporate and Treasury bonds sang very I ..iwi-iN rNAi I
merchandise on hand ect. declined. third grade sang "Bring a .
Int Harv 744
r" a l.r. t *-IH H'fttWt
.than usual. But a number of Torch, Jeannette, with the
merchants already have laid second verse In French. Anoth'l Toni 3 Unit Show! 1

plans for bigger than normal -YOUR MONEY'S WORTH er third grade sang First Area Run *
clearance sales. Some items Chid I) This" and a third grade OMNI:10 SHOW AT 7.00
than did "0 holy Night." The sixth AT 7100.10:45 IT TODAY!
will be marked down more
last Often the weather grades' choral group sang In ._"..,._ i ,...

calls year.the tune. Where there was Silver Coins on Way Out ; two parts, "In the Dark of Winter O 1
well done. Two JERRY
a surprisingly balmy autumn, rp very four
merchants may have unsold grades sang "It Came Upon ,
The Midnight Clear," boys onthe
overcoats. Toys moved very I.EWJSlISThe 1.1 P..h&re
well! this December. But January I By Sylvia Porter ( :. melody, girls singing a descant 1&.eCoLO.pw.wrrrl'
.. excellently done. A fourth
markdowns will be com- ---- -

of coin elimination of the silver content grade sang well In two partsalso. 24 THR III HIT AT t 09
In 196 the silver content our : '
A law will be passed :
Three
mon.Merchants fifth classes
also are eager to system. With a reductionto I of our coins mean to you? grade SHSATOH'SAMAGAMIFeotbtll DUbIDll\.r
drastically reduce or age ;
will
which and two sixth grades 1964
take advantage of their custom eliminate the silver, 30 per cent silver, we could The answer is that unless you'rea gave afine HtllaKts wy
ers currently free-spending completely familiar coins almost triple our stock of silver coin collector or hoarder, it performance too. AQ the 3.4 HIT AT ':10 ORDERLL
of our Sixth Grade
mood as long as it's running content 50 cent! bearing coins without using any would mean nothing. As for sang well together"Break MICHAILCANANNIW
I dimes, quarters, should be fully In Forth" by Bach. The INTERNS -
Strong. High-priced luxury of our present Treasury stock- speculators, they JTICIIMIC01 ll1
pieces. music: director for the school, '
items moved particularly well pile of silver. aware that the Treasury Is fUN NOW h
virtual cer- Mrs Helen Wallace I
thig December. In January the "That Is now a Behind the silver shortage Is determined to hold sliver's played and TO ATTEND OUR JAMES BOND

merchants will be aiming at the tainty. There seems no other the fundamental fact that world price where It Is to prevent the directed this excellent GALA NIW YEAR'S I IS BACK IN ACTION
what's left of Choral: Concert by proaram'l I ibfrarfrolf?
bargain hunters. way to conserve production of this metal! Is extremely melting down of existing coins ball Junior School EYE MIDNIGHT SHOW THURSDAY! Maur K"u.i...
rapidly High
And a few will admit privately the U. S. Treasury's limited, demands for for their silver content. I, .
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that some of the goods to be shrinking supply of silver. silver are ballooning every- The coins would buy the'

put on sale at'hopefull! attractive A recommendation that this where. In the U.S. production Identical amount of goods and E. B. SAPP WELCOMES YOU TOed
prices In the days and step be permitted based on of coins containing silver has services In the marketplacethat

weeks ahead were bought for a year-long Treasury study of been skyrocketing to meet our they buy today. They'd

that purpose and weren't part of all US. coins is slated for acute scarcity of coins. In add!. probably look almost the tame

the stock displayed on the counters submission to Congress around tIon, Industries ranging from Even if silver were eliminated ,

in December., Apr. 1. The question no longer electronics to photography are altogether, the substitute In our I
Retailers also are counting on Is whether a slash In the silver absorbing mounting totals of coins would meet the rigorous

sales In the first few months of content of our coins will be silver ai a material. I requirements of good looks,

1963 topping this year's figuresby proposed. The question has ball : Total world production of silver : good feel, low cost, durability, '
about 3 per cent. With over ed down to the degree of re- is now only half of total counterfeit resistance and

head fairly steady, that could duction. I consumption. The U.S. produces adaptability to today's vending
Increase "Silver has gone hand In hand machines. (One of the most
bring them a 10 per cent only 40 million ounces of silvera
In with civilization through mostof likely substitutes, in this case,
profits.
but Is today using more
Dr. year would be nickel or a nickel al-
says
recorded history
But today the major businessIs ban three times that amountIn
Stefanelll, loy.) !
ex hanges. Vladimir Claim coins alone. The U.S. Trea.ury' '
of the Smithsonian The value of our coins and &
of customers chief coin expert
The usual run silver supply t h eworld'a
"But now of all currency circulating with ,
the stores will be Institution.
crowding largest single silver
the name of the U.S. on It -
those whoIt gift garments of the time has come, after 2,500 reserve has dwindled to 1.35 depends basically on the econ !
the size or In colors they years, to set sentiment aside At ,
wrong billion ounces. today's projected omic power of our nation and
of
loathe or objects they couldn't and to close out the career coin production rate and ,on our faith In that power.

possibly use. Some will be returning silver." with today's silver content In U.S. money Is backed by our ,
gifts and asking for Our silver and coinage problems coins, this entire supply would I ability u -a nation and as Individuals

credit against future purchases \ are going to be among be wiped out In 3Mi years. to produce earn,

Others will be turning gift the most urgent to face the" Clain Stefanelli Is not exaggerating -trade, grow and to acquire the ItR. i
certificates Into goods In next session of Congress, educations, skills and technology .
Wallace F, Ben- ; when he says that un-
some stores they'll get what'sleft warns Senator to keep growing. :
of Utah loss we act "The onset of a!
over in cash, in others nett, Republican Our money's worth rests on
crisis situation Is shortllstanct
In just a
they'll be given credit. "There must be a change down the road. the fact that It can buy so vast
an of essential and d*>:
array
Nor Is Bennett
exaggeratingwhen Irable goods and services. A DININGand
Town Turns Out Today he points out that "If we pinch of silver In a coin Is
on't make the change In the '
I i hardly a comparable yardstick.: a
(
liver content of our coins be-, Y
Our silver coinage system
To Honor Viet Nam Hero for. the supply Is used, our has been< In effect, with minor, + DANCINGCHOICE

i whole coin system will col alteratioN, since: 17V2. After:

SAUGERTIES N.Y. (AP) trooper's wings, was decoratedDec. lapse." I 172 years It la time for a
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Today is "Donlon Day" In Saug S by President Johnson for 1 _Whit would a reduction or change. I 8 p.m. to 2 p.m.

cites an old Dutch village to I directing "a successful defense
the Catskill Mountain where of the camp" of Nam Dong You've Hcard About Them !
wounded four timesIn
the homefolk will turn out to Donlon was
welcome back the defender ol a five-hour night attack July Hew- See, OF8STEAKS
Nam Dong. I by a Viet Cong battalion. Hoer end

Today, a motorcade starts at Enjoy Their
Both the village and the township the captains home at I pm. TeleiilCHUCK.
,
of Saugerties have proclaimed ?/ 4
and winds through the principal
.
the day because "the streets to the Municipal Building r. ,.. $1500
citizens of a grateful community There, the auditorium of &
have been honored by one el the combination village offices JEANNE

Its own." police and fire station will be Pianist& per coupU"

lie a Capt Roger H. C. Don- renamed for the officer Capt and Q f Select
< fovonteChompogrw
Ion first American to win tilt Roger H. C. Donlon Auditorium Vocol.st". your

Medal of Honor for action in Next scheduled was a dinner .r ?r or wine
South Viet Nam.Saugerties by the Rotary and Lions ebbs. :=:: :J from our stale ;

at which the captain was to receive
of 1.806 ''I
community
a
on the Hudson River 100 a shicld4haped/ plaque FEARING NITELY FROM 9:00 PM.UNITED .

miles north ol New York City. from the American Legion to AT

has been welcoming! heroes the name of the citterns.An LIQUORS Phil Romlrer/ and his Lotnafre! will provide th. music for
borne since some of the townsmen An evening rally was slated at

fought the British at Saratoga I the auditorium el SaugerbM your dining and dancing pleasure from 8 p.m. to 2 o.m.
to 1777. Hal directed by hit class of Lamplighter Lounge \
and featuring many el his
Capt Donlon. :30. a tan blond oaciWNAmong .
willi wears the green beret ef I old those riding with Don- Nrt Main at ".W. I Oik Awe.

the Special Fortes and part ice win be his mother, Mn. : Cocktail l Hour Cvery Evening, 5 'a p m. A'

I Marion Donlon. who sari, "He's. '.r'lf A -S,1t Get A -D..kU- { //8

Busy at 102 always:. wool my medal el boner .


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Browns Rip Colts for NFL TitleBy





JACK HAND jague-Ieadlng defense for 114(field goals and ran his point total lake front In the final seconds,'last seven title games and !had ed the string, the only Eastern

Associated Preu Sports Writer I arts on 27 carrlea and also to a record 49 In eight championship they demolished the goal postsat humiliated the East by running triumph since 1958 had been

CLEVELAND (AP) Cleveland aught three passes for 37 addlJonal !- games one end of the field while the up a 10.4 score in Inter-confe Philadelphia's 17-13 squeakerover

% has ended the rule of the I yards. All of this was a delight to officials let the final seconds ence play during the regular ( Green Bay In 1960. Detroit,

West In the National Football Just to rub It In, 40yearoldLou most of the 7t,344 fans In the tick away season( Baltimore, Green Bay and Chicago I

i { 4r League by exploding the mythof I' Croza kicked two more vast wind-swept stadium on the The West had won six of the Until the aroused Browns em-. all had taken turns, ds

Baltimore's super-team on a I flowering the pride of the East (

grey wlntery Sunday afternoon. Both Coach Blanton Collier of
Frank Collins IN IIOLIDAY CAGE MEET
When Ryan, Gary -. the Browns and Don Shula of
and Co. finished
Jim Brown
,
the Colts, a unique teacher-stu
h rw rambling over the shocked
dent combination, had based
Colts 27-0, they had exposed their plans on ban control
game -
Johnny Umtai and Lenny Mooreas GHS Plays Ocala Tonight Each tried to establish -

ordinary mortals not super to use a coaching word their

men. ground game Collier succeeded
Because Baltimore rolled to I and Shula didn't It was is simple
straight victories In the West Gainesville High School and'tonight will send Class B North -- ( s, will be the forwards I as that

and wound up with a brilliant Ocala will renew their long- :Marion against Class B Green Green Cove GHS has a string of victories

4 12-1 record, the Colts had been'time rivalry tonight in the second Cove Springs. The two Class over the Wildcats dating backat I After a scoreless first half,the

installed as solid seven-point I game of the second session AA teams will battle at 8.45 North Marion least four years The 'Canes Browns struck quickly for 17

a s1t favorites to chase the Browns of the Holiday Classic I have downed Ocala either eightor points In the third quarter with

Into Lake Erie. cage meet at the GHS gym. I p.m.First games on Saturday saw Also ClnsJi! nine consecutive times 1 n the help of two short punts of 25

The Colts' supermen were Opening contest at 7 o'clock,.,Class B Dunnellow nip Class I that period. and 27 yards by the Colts Tom

supposed to rush Ryan so C Hawthorne. 40-36; and Admission prices are 75 cents Gilburg against a JO-mUe-an-

fiercely that he would spend the Class AA Jacksonville P axon I Coach John Raper will g o, for students and 11U fore hour wind.

day flat on his back, scanning S crush Class A Palatka 104-49. 'with Carl Johnson W. Y n adults. The local tourney la believed Groza's 43-yard field goal was

: the snow clouds: overhead. (p qs1 kin 1 The North Marlon a Green Rick, Boyd Welsch Bill Boaz to be the first ever held the first blow. Then came

.. Baltimore's 11-balanced 5 Cove victor will play Dunnel- and John Willis In the state to match schools Ryan's lt-ysrd scoring tots to

i offense was expected to shatter :lion at 7 pm. Tuesday while Colt Starters of all four classes from AA to Collins, the 6-tooM flanker from

the Browns' defense poorest lathe I Paxon will meet the CH&Oca- I North Marion, 1. 1 to date,. Maryland, and Ryan's 43-yard

league in the season stalls- ,lla victor at 8:43 p.m. Tuesday. will show Sells Edwards, S 9; C.Tide TD pass to the same powerful

Browns Celebrate tics, and expose their pass defenders t I Finals Wednesday Tookle Pruitt S I; BUI DaIs Faces receiver.
inept pretenders.One j The tourney Winds Wednesday
as up } 11; Robert Stone, 64; Field Goal

No one pays any attention to Baltimore defensive Loss I night with the winners and Jim Rou, 1.0. When the Colts dug In and
To the contrary, Ryan was ,of Tuesday's games playing for -
Green Cove will with Gu
back Lenny Lyles (43) at left aa Cleveland go DnviasonIIl'fourncy stopped the Browns on the goal
thrown for a loss only once. The the title and the losers meeting Jones 6-4 center Gool
Browns players whoop It up after winning world mathematical wizard threw in a consolation clash. ,. ; Jay line early In the final period,
I 0 and Mike Eichorn
,
by, ; Cleveland had
professional football title, 27-0 Sunday. Brown ,rld. three touchdown passes and out- 7 GIiS carries IS. 1 record S t; guards; while Lacy Fa.. nine-yard field goal to settle for a
by Gross
ders Include Vince Costello (50, Bobby Franklin played the great Unitas. I Ir i 4 Into battle against the towering Icy I 0; and Don Bowie,
Collins set a playoff record by Wildcats who are 2. 1 to date.
and Frank Ryan (right). Collins ,
(24), Gary Collins grabbing three scoring passes ,3r i Ocala Is led by 6 7. 245- By KELSO STURGEON TT'ITICSI '

scored three touchdowns to set a playoff record. and Brown bulldozed the Colts' i pound center Jeff CUrchlll.J Alexander's Associated Press Sport Write CM* nrt/ ._

(AP Wlrephoto to Sun). r J Joining Curchln In the frontline Before the clock tolls midnight "I ..III'1It' ,..rtUM |"..
N .
Widow Dies s. d9 1.1tan I
will be Tom Purvis tI :
I Monday Alabama basketball "* M" "..
i ,.. ..... .
.
.
Stein d. h>
Junior and Jim I 4
[ I' ; Coach Hayden Riley should "31 ...... .a.N
GENTLEMAN STILL \'sophqmore who leads the 'Cats ATLANTA (AP) The widowof have a good Idea of just what '.. vrrr'i2wt" ear
ln scoring. Rounding out the the coach for whom the Georgia he can expect from his team *
1
., :'lineup will be Billy Thompson, Tech Coliseum Is named, this season.The .
:60 and Dane (;rlffln11;iI Mrs. W, A. Alexander, died Sat Ryan's 81-yard pitch to CoU
Crimson Tide def.
both good ball handles urday at an Atlanta hospital cages Una, who made a moat remark.
nltely the of the
Collier Is CalmBy I GUS with no one over 6-ltt, She was 71 Southeastern are Conference surprise bas able catch in heavy traffic, concluded -
again will have to( depend on Her husband head football
Mee., D.., 7s, 1964 9'.ta l I ketball world and will take a the scoring.It .
speed, an aggressive: defense coach at Tech from 1920 to 1943, the I
8-1 record Into Monday night'sgame was Browns' first title
w v.MRe i 41 i and fine shooting. died In 1950. I II at Charlotte with nationally since 1955 and the first since

LOU mo In two years, Collier has skip- floor as an assistant coach when ranked Davidson. Jim Brown Joined the club as a

Associated Press Writer pered the Browns to a 20-7-1 the Browns broke Into the AH A victory would most likely rookie In 1957. They were beaten

CLEVELAND (AP) His record and a championship. He American Conference In 1946 I Utah Stale Coach Learns give the Tide.a rational rankIn by Detroit In that 57 game In

close friends call him George Is no stranger to Cleveland Collier stayed with the ,. Riley said Ms biggest Job fait, the West still holds a lop.

and he shakes hands with his however. This is his 11th sea- Browns until 1954, then returnedto will be coming up with a de. aided 20-12 edge In the annual

left hand "because it's the one son with the Browns and 36th his home state as head coachto I Hard in Hawaii MeetBy ense to slow down Davidson' -hamplonnhlp game series,

closer to my heart." year in coaching. 1 succeed Paul Bryant at the Way fine center, Fred fetid, who thanks largely to the Bears and

He's Blanton Collier head "I'm Just a football nut," he' University of Kentucky. Is one of the nation's leading Packers

National Football said. During his eight-year s lay I scorers. Ryan's abilities as s quarter.back .
coach of the MURRAY CHVSS I ines, who lost to Nebraska, ues tonight with Northwester
Collier's coaching thread with the Wildcats, Collier had i a had been
League champion Cleveland Associated Press Sport Writer haven't played line they beat meeting Washington State and Other Games questioned by
winds back to Paris, Ky., high young assistant! who, he said, Including
and he shook lots of basketball.1 many some Cleveland
Browns Eight of college ) Butler last Wednesday. I Army engaging Oregon State In other action Monday night,
he studying had the makings of fine fans,
where began during
bands Sunday after the Browns school, a pro Top Ten teams, led by Michigan The Los Angeles Classic has Tennessee Increased Its unblemished Auburn meets Clemion In a several In-and-out
beat the Baltimore Colts 27-0 for pro football tactics by watching Football coach. He was Don ShOo and Wichita, must protect their two Top Ten teams Minnesota record to ..0 Saturday first round game of the Foln- performance! No more Ryan
Eagles work on la head coach of the Baltimore hit with II of II for
NFL title their first since the Philadelphia In and fourth-ranked 70-58 206 yards,
the hIgh rankings holiday tournaments UCLA, night by downing Portland settle Tournament at Greenvllle
at nearby Bain- Colts. Lfnllas with 12 of 20 for 95
1956. the T-formatlon( tonight, but none Is expected which has lost only to IllinoisIn behind Ron Wldby's 19 points S.C., Louisiana Slat e yards.
and well-wishers bridge.He Brown asked Collier to come have the In-law trou- The and "They Just couliln't stop Jim.
Friends to( seven games Bruins a zone( defense opens play In the AllColleg
football know- back in 1962 and my (Brown) and thai slowed
crammed the Browns' locker devoured he did. That ble that Coach Ladell Andersonof meet Arizona In a first-round Tennessee will meet Oregon, Tournament at Oklahoma City their up
room to congratulate the bespectacled how As an athletic specialist at year the Browns had their second Utah State encountered In the game tonight while Utah, 1-0. which upset Purdue M-76 ss Bll and Tulane Is at California. rushing on me, said

58-year-old grandfather the Great Lakes Naval Training worst( season ((7-6-1) In II Rainbow Classic at Honolulu. takes on Michigan State. Min! Jennings poured In 30 points. Tennessee pushed its record rtyan. "If Jimmy wallhu-

who was named head Center In World War IL Collier years of professional football Michigan, the No. 1 team, scoots, W, was paired with Oregon' cam.rrom.behlnd ral. \\I o I 9 and moved Into the man, I would" have run him onevery

coach.In used to hang around the practice Art Modell), who bought the clubIn meets Manhattan In the first Washington In the afternoon ly that started late in the tint avorlte'i roll In the Far Wes I "As play. ? a
I've
a sometimes clipped Ken-! field watching a coach 1961, decided to change round( of the Holiday Festival al One highly ranked team will half overshadowed the 40-poLnt lamia Saturday night/ by beatIng leant In said the before NFL there'ano

tucky accent, Collier said, "I named Paul Brown. coaches.He New York. Second-ranked WichIta fall In the Memphis State Classic effort of Dave SChellh.... Portland 70 U In a n defense the that can

know it.. corny, but It really Brown wondered about the named Collier and it was which has lost only to Mich- at Memphis when eighth- In other tournament action, ALopes I,opening round game at the When lose Cleveland Browns

was a magnificent team effort I curious observer taking notes typical of the man that he dldn I gan, plays VUlanova, one of ranked Indiana, 7-0, battles and Riney Lochmann lee Portland tournament the ."we we beat our'selves

The defense was Just great and and it was the start of a long accept until he first talked to nine major unbeatens, In the ninth-rated St. Louis, 6-1. Kansas to a 72-51 triumph over only game Tulane was /beaten

you've got to give them a lot of friendship. Brown his friend for IS years. Quaker City semifinals al San-Francisco, No. I and undefeated Iowa State while Kansas State by Stanford 13 II. La.hod By Critics

credit." Collier was on the ground All Were Good Philadelphia. in six games, plays' stopped Oklahoma 7WS In the The Volunteers also shooting The Browns, who had smarted

.... Six other teams play In five Pepperdlne in the WCAC tournament I' Big Eight tourney at Kansas for a national ranking, awing under the lash of their many
-L Surrounded by newsmen Sun tournaments tonight while Minnesota at San Jose, Calif., and back Into action 1'\Iead'YIJ/cht/ rick e, brake Into the dressing

r\ day, Collier fielded their questions No. 3, was scheduled to loth-ranked Davidson opens City.Pacific outlasted Los Angeles III the far West against Ore- room yelling "How1 that for

Browns' CollinsIs on the fly and as has play an afternoon game, leaving with Alabama In the Charlotte, Loyola 17-11. and Sana Clara lon, which upset Purdue 12-76 laugh champs
been his policy this season, IxuVranked Duke al the only N.C., Invitational upset California Santa Barbara In the first round. An unnamed NFL coach

II didn't single out anyone for special Top Ten team Idle. The Far West Classic condo 91-69 In the WCAC tournament I allegedly had made such a dls-
Big Came
praise. Utah State's Anderson was waging remark about .the
Breed' "I can't think of anyone who anything but kilo Saturday night This II an Important week Browns earlier In the season

New didn't have a good day," he following his team's 14-91 over for all SEC teams except Ken- "Everybody picked us to

said. Quarterback Frank Ryan time loss to the Hawaii Marines tacky, for all but the Wildcats lose," said Dick Modulewskl, ,

certainly did, and It was Collier tn a first-round game of the ;IN'U pen conference play Saturday who had known titles before
Nets York JTlmri elms, size plus speed and tough who tutored the ex'Los Angeles:, Rainbow tournament 3x night/ The big game will match when/ he played with the New

"He can catch a ball In a ness. Where the the greyhound-type crowd Ram when Ryan came to Cleveland Upset with what he termed \ Tennessee and Vanderbilt at t York Giants. "We shut them
from on
crowd." That is what the pro the ran outside away Collins now dares hi 1962. He made Ryan II "poor officiating" Anderson ,:VashvUle.CMrM. out. That's the best part"

football ecouts said again and to take himself to the inside of starter last season and Frank rushed onto the floor Immediately I weeowIuatsse. CO""UIIC, Collins won the car that Is
slam: about Gary Collins the the defense where be has to refers to him ss "the meet complete -': after the final buzzer and riiDfTORl M evMissu. awarded by a magazine to the

Cleveland Browns' flankerback shove and push and extend his coach I've ever known." engaged in a mldcourt conver- "ji5j'sSS3'MrM ? outstanding player but U was

who caught three touchdown long arms in the capture ol nation with one of the referees, =. :tcn.as: : .awera ass difficult to slnsle out any one
for his team Sunday hi! .( .nw ow at- Cleveland
passes the He dwarfs all corner Creighton Richards. ( NOTE AvtomAbiie hl"1"lIal eeeemo one ...-- sw o player Ryan was
its victory over the Baltimore backs pass., as he dwarfed Bobby Even Boston Suddenly, Jimmy Alona, OM sauce's mM popular spurts la recent years tlart MUCI* .. .. -'I.sNa1sN.. superb So! was Brows The offensive
Colts for the National Football father-in-law I and eanllanlig each week the Sue win present aIIUHtJo. No line
lag today
Richards' "' gave Ryan great
of the Baltimore Colts I :: =If
League championship. Boyd (charged out of the stands onto ..".-..iwer racing returns to acquaint fast will the MN.MN. N. :: :: ah protection and !the defense outdid

They might have said more. Sunday.The antidote to Collins Is now Needs Help the floor and dropped Anderson fait-grewlag' .pert). /wire I : .: r : fn. :: Itaelf.Shula .

Collins does catch the footballIn to rival coaches ol with a right book to the face. pointed b his team's
a crowd of defenders and In occurring Anderson fans don't like to have In their knowledge .( (allure In the
the NFL They have to get NBA Race His conversation ended, Racing fps CAGE: SCORES giving up bill
pro football a game of Wi- cornet-becks to com bat In was taken to a hospital their favorite sport That Is one of the main reasons that twice on fumbles and twice en

vidual, special skills the employer larger the larger flankerbacks. for treatment of a bloody now Know Your Racing gets scores of questions. like this each aUueD.,,, .asSt11 I Intm.p< seldom asks for more. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS week COU'.e six limes
By and said: : '- intercepted only dot'tog
Collins native Pennsylvan-
He can also kick the whey out 'Ian like, a other good Even the Boston Celtics Ike "It was Just one of these Q. I would like to know If a rookie driver has ever won ,__ e_., the regular I Hgame Mason

ef the football. He can also. In ao many but not from to get some help now and thm. things that can happen In the the Daytona too If so. what ear did he drive, and what .k/,". Iw. ,-.c... .
football a
players N. Petals
his quiet 8 year-old manner, Baltimore has been most obllgiflff heat of )battle. I was upset over was his average speed R. S. Spartanburg.8.C, If u'-a..rd..L m. ecu I..r n tnN II
coal background
venerate a winning effort for( his mining or victory \ ,,,-. M ?_ O, "We had sere points on the
bad calls, and DOW rm A. No rookie has ever won the 900. The only major fit
made his mark at the some I ...., "
side because of his magnificent heritage of Maryland wherehe The Bullets obliged again Sun lorry about the whole Incident" scored by a rootle at Daytona International' ,peed"., 1_ ..... ew 0.. ,,_ y scoreboard said Shula. 1eaee't
University .. satisfied with
physical talents. retired referee who that of David Pearson In the /11 firecracker, then run MM It ,-. .- anyone.
played distinguished footballfor day night knocking off CIncinnati Atone, a was C..... Their defense" did heck of
He Is big three 126-Ilf. And the Celtics beads the local referee's organization at W: miles. Pearson driving s 1M1 Pontiac averaged a '0.<_ n,.hr*_nw>w it a s
Itcae but
years.It Job couldn't
I feet 4 Inch added another fun to their was arrested and record U4 $t mph for the distance. .- we get anything
ZlO lean I was for the Terrapins that game ,..... U. t.a. L dome. They got us backed Into
pounds
All and of his flesh 'he first\ caught the football In Eastern Division lead in their charged with assault and battery Q. When was the first rue run at Indianapolis MIIL, _. C.....fl.__-. .N..*. m he cornet and we couldn't getout
and also caught the methodical march toward a seventh after receiving a severe Lincoln. Neb.A. crowd _
bone fc I. The the MM* M M. W. h, .t .
and from Keel In Vm, when" the lady tra k was a dirt one The race -..
,ryes of Paul Brown, the dlafnguished straight National Basketball longue-UMhlng Mayor 1.WMW Mb spread generously Honolulu who rafted after 233 miles became the track began to ton*
\
of was
over. Te' but now retired coach Association title. S. BUWefl 1.MWHM H. *<_ M .ame proved that learner" aomemri -
the fight break The rare was won by Lee Lynch In a Jackson .few u. *
witnessed one-punch up.
team. The Celtics
huge, gracefu: iof the Cleveland mighty wiped out CM. I**. W ___ ItVMt 1m knows best Collier tied
from the stands. car, at sn average speed of Wit mph A feature of U. M '
I Personal Call deficit Fort lumf
at
that con- 1 an It-point : I. Iq be 11I111' boas when he washead
frame
; the quality of his special Paul Brown thought so muck WIJM.Ind., and edged Detroit When the outburst finally was the opening program was an exhibition, by Barney Old- to_IBM.* .n b ,_MV*N H coach si Kentucky sod
ta.ni of Collins that be made a Easters quelled Wisconsin\ met Baton l field In which he covered a mJle at a I mph '....5. Mw4 ,- 15I
then
ity In football demands-speed. Gary HIM, extending ,_ 0_sit N Shula was an SMlatantSchucikert
Paul How long; has there been Holman-Moody racing teem ,
can to College Park College and won 7M on Q. a
fast personal Division lead to six games emCincinnati.
This Is a big man I with 11 How long; has Fred Lereram ,bee driving for the leant
recult the youth's services. rens' )Jump shot seconds
Collins now ta his third year, to St Louis ralllrf tot
Rainbow's last E. H. Portland. Ore. !
.
with the Browns, has made obsolete That was rare for the aimdGary a IM> decision! ever the Kulckjla kft. The Iluurte
A. The fanvd Cbarlutte racing team was formed b July
a type of player who dorm Brown. But he did capture New York ki the only othergame tee openmg-round games are I
el 1K7. and Fred Lorenzen has been driving for It since
for Cleveland And be did refuse set for tonightAlso
crated list position flankerback: played Sunday
la pro football's three-end oftrr to trade the young prospect Boston's victory was Its sixth en the schedule are I the start of the iM2seea s. Nainath All to Jets?
*. when the WaihlngU ReAotins without his against Detroit this games si U other major tourna. Q. Did Roger Retman new ANt Grand National chant
ments. Among the moat Infer- pion, set a speed' record at Boonevllle Salt Flat this year?
stationed asked for Collins to the famous
The flankerback fa and the Celtics llth In I winner
1 '
the
seams O TrBt {Jerk Zltnrs ITrophy as but fOI.
CUstr P. L. KaahvUJ. Trrm.
the late Ernie eating Is the Quaker OfT > ,
trade
tn the flank split U to U yards I Involving I the \last U game A. Yes he OIL Under unfavorable conditions flrlroan ear CLEVELAND The. New::Irge football player. In (he nation
!from the line ef scrimmage Davis. NATIM.L eM.elSML
r : the contact takes place Davis, the great Syracuse I Meocl.loeSal.., Wichita, t/t, plays\ VUanova.M taUuhed a double tweed la the Vx K streamlined waft York JU have sijiwd BosStnwelkert. : bat tall, was a sixth

there hutting that stresses strength player el 1ML was to be Washinrton's -I S." L P,4 .a after amihiUtiitg Put ...M I gas engine) cUae a. average ipttd of IUJ4 mph/ lot the a quarterback -;'draft choke of the PhiladeJ'phU -

and the wrecks knees. fin drift sefccton.Ice.e Je'.. .. _. ew Saturday Vldanova defeated Bjing kflwnetr and 121.21 nph for the flying mile. He was haUbark from Virginia! Tech Eagles NamatB, termed

Scarf as4 Qikk The Redskins traded Deris or _. e .e. n Penn Us PhOadelpbia neighbor astride a Harley.David**. wifl sign Mm Huarve. gush f by many coaches as the beat

The type of flankerbacfc whovme the rights! to sign kiss to Ore- Cal :N s tMw..l 1M7 to everUme.la Q. DId anyone ever produce a car with sis wheels. ? terbark .ur el Notre Dime)!.ore football quarterback pros

IDa pro football a decade land ta return fat a player nohncer '1- s. w L w wa-.. the ether semifinal, anew A. Yes. to VOt the Creaslry Motor Company e/ Man. and have the Inside track"pert el the bat decade, wasa

wu erigteaOy a Dthe. greyknund ta this seagi.*. Ltr. L.-w nar.en entaaosc4 EUnort. J-L win try Chester, England, designed, a vehicle el this type for military Ii. Joe Nanuth.' the Alabama' first choice ef the Si Louis
SM type who avoided the Jackjoa. The Redskins asked 1-, n ur hail te halt St _pII'. isBatatn service, stawng expedition, end lot the expert market where ivjarterbeck .... still Us a'Cardtnab. The signing of these

russet that seemed se fundavetal tar Onto: instead of Jackson. h.. %- -" .. Nksese wring at eight/ B aota trampled road were poor tr sne-exMeat AH low wheels were utilized bowl game to pUy. j I It,. star players, if acconvplliked.

about this game. The But Brvwa said so.Ha t.I, O.. r.171 TVU UZ-71 while K. Joseph's for driving art braking a. front brakes being fitted. MaiV TMe sews. was gives by a l will represent anachievement
v. ...... ,4. I4'a cress IU1McMjCajt mm speed was M mph. entree that preferred .... -\ for the American
freker was axked to ras fall refusal helped Sunday to .. t_ .. whipped Holy
aid cafci the footnahU, out nee bring C1ne land the fcwgmfhtdunptonilup ........ ... ..e,_,.seal 55s g-1. goes the dee.d- mitt al the Naboiwl Football! |I Football! League, and the Jets

crewd. that Brawn, the' tw. .- w Holiday festival as tile favors League H e s cVviarters here in the war with the National

m CoLas a added tbe as w dimes+1[I (Ceatteed *e Page U) __5IL_ uL ores c.w ,. ,ia a field U eight Toe Wolve,.+I Baimval Ipecdeay,Deytau Beads! r... Sunday, Huttt, the IiWaal,FootbabU Leaaue.A .





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: Called Turkey Shoot Sooners to Work Hard SportsmenMeet

j Integration Key Won by WebbNineyearold ," Jones laid TonightThe I
Tuesday
and will follow pat :contact I
By F. T. MACTEELY ince a day Alachua County Sportmen's
scrimmage
Greg Webb split Associated Press Writer of one-hour morning meetings "It will be I spot
ern
won't association will hold
\ To Blue-Gray Game FutureBy the bullseye to capture the for instruction and films lit sharpen them up. We it'i
annual meeting tonight in
JACKSONVILLE (AP) Go hit too much. !thi
Club
., Boys' Turkey Shoot. Over slue 90 minutes of precision controlled Federal
} 100 boys tried their skill with mer Jones gave the tapresslor work the field each Lone Injury Guaranty Building
DICK: COUCH and 1964 national ; on
champion
cisco 49ersJim he problem Election of officers and
I was satisfied with the condition He hasn't an Injury dir! *
air foot
rifles at 23
Associated Press Writer Tech's 210- respectively, beads the NewYear' targets. afternoon.
Sports Zanies Texas
I of his Oklahoma footbal have scrimmage unless it Is at defensive tackle. tors for 1965 will be held, mj
While a quartet of seniors on pound fullback, agreed to terms bill and completes an First place winner got a fryer team today with six practice: We may 0ea: Condren,who missed some a new Game Commission movie]
Georgia's Sun Bowl wlnnf'rsi with the Dallas Cowboys of the NBC triple-header. The Miami and second place winner won a sessions left before meeting! late season games with a bad about quail bunting will be
looked forward to bright futuresIn NFL attraction, to be played for the hen, donated by Paul Thames. Florida State In the Gator Bow: (Continued from Page 11)Browns' knee, appears recovered. He did shown.
professional football, storm At Montgomery, where Penn first time after dark, has an 8 George Spence donated the the
game Saturday. not favor it In practice. Also on agenda will be (
clouds lingered over the Blue- State quarterback Gary Wyd- pm., EST, kickoff turkey. The winners: I I7yearolds "They worked hard," the Collinsformer It's the kind of Injury thai visit by Robert Brandy region.
Gray alkstar game at Montgomery man passed the Blue stars to a The Crimson Tide, unbeatenIn 1st Mark' coach said of his players after may not trouble him, or the, al Information and Education
Ala. 1W victory over the Gray in the 10 regular-season games, and Glaeser, 2nd Scott Stephens, a Sunday practice session-first coach and general manager knee may lock, it's 50 50," Officer who will discuss tbli
Armchair quarterbacks, rain, game officials facing a the Longhorns, winners In nine 3rd David Younglove. for the team since Dec. 17 when failed to achieve In the Jones explained. years hunting season to date,
meanwhile, savored the pros loss of prestige because of their of 10 starts, follow an afternoon they broke for Christmas. last six years.In If Condren goes through prae i and will answer questions <
pect of a television marathon segregation stand pondered a card that matches Louisiana 8-year-olds 1st David "We may have a little more Aurora, a residential town lice without trouble, he will 1 hunting and fishing Florida.g
New Year's Day and Saturday, possible lifting of the racial bar State, 7-2-1, and Syracuse, 7-3. Hanks, 2nd Danny Shannon, team defense and team offense about 25 miles from Cleveland tart at defensive right tackleHe ., The meeting Is public, and an
when sue classics Rose, Cot- rier which has cost them a national in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans 3rd Harold Baggeson. Monday afternoon," Jones pre- Collins Is known as a friendly will share game action wit: interested sportsmen and con
ton, Orange, Sugar, Gator and television contract.A ; Arkansas. 10-0, and Ne- dicted. "The offensive unit will neighbor who plays catch with Jerry Goldsby, who began thmissed( servationists are Invited to .
East-West! Shrine will be Blue-Gray source said Sunday -braska 9-1, In the Cotton Bowlat 1-year-olds litO eg be on offense full time and the local youngsters and Is always season at left tackle, i tend. at
beamed nationally.Ray he believes the future of the Dallas and Michigan, 8-1, and Webb., 2nd Tommy Douglas, defensive unit on defense full ready to put a beefy shoulder midseason games with an In.
Rlsnuller Jim Wilson, 27-year fixture will be Insured Oregon State, 8-2, in the Rose 3rd ,Larry Stanley. time." against someone's snowbound jury and came back to dut y
Frank Lankewlcx and Wayne only if Negro grldders are invited Bowl at Pasadena, Calif. 10-year-olds 1st. Lynn It was different In the opening car just as Condren went out. 'Canes Seek
Swinford signed National Foot-- to participate.The The Sugar and Rose classicswill Walden, 2nd Greg Baggeson, practice at Wolfson Base Wife Likes Colors BUI Hill meanwhile cement<
ball League contracts last Saturday National Broadcasting be aired by NBC startingat 3rd Mike Miles.11yearolds ball Park, Just across the street He lives In a yellow, six- the defensive left tackle spot. Cage Crown
after leading the Bulldogs Co. discontinued its telecast of 2 p.m., EST and S p.m., from the Gator Bowl. room, split level home on an
past Texas Tech 7-0 In the Sun the game last year after officials EST, respectively. CBS will carry 1st Tommy Hours Drill acre of land. His wife's pen- Have Power MIAMI BEACH (AP) flie
Bowl at El Paso, Tex. refused to alter their racial the Cotton Bowl scrap beginning Myers, 2nd Richard Hawthorne Individual and group drills chant for colors dominates the The first string backfield w I University of Miami Hurricanes
The Philadelphia Eagles policy. at 2 p.m. EST. $4 Danny Gerard. occupied an hour. Then all 50 inside of the house: The living offense demonstrated an attack bn:. go after their second basketball
signed fullback Lankewlcz, who Saturday's game, which drew Florida State, 8-11, meets Ok- squadmen saw some offense room rug is purple, the couch pressive power running 20:.7 championship of the month tonight
1st' Frank
scored the game's only touchdown i crowd of 16.000 and was tele- lahoma, -3-1, m the Gator 12-year-olds .- and some defense in dummy red. Most of the books on the Fullback Jim Crlshma ( when they face Yale I lathe '
2nd Eddie Simmons, Lance Rent
on a two-yard plunge and vised regionally into six states Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla, and Dampier. team drilLs. shelves are about football pounds;, halfbacks seventh annual Hurricane
223-pound tackle Rlsmlller, their m a special network, was a defensive the East and West All-Stars 3rd Danny Markham. I "I don't think they are In real Collins likes to water-ski, play tell! (210) and Larry B rows Classic.A .
second-round draft choice. Wilson battle decided by Wyd- clash In the Shrine Bowl at 13-year-olds 1st Glenn good shape," Jones said of his; handball and work around the ((198)) and quarterback Bobb;r tall Tulsa team opposes
a 243 pound tackle who nan's :30-yard scoring pass to San Francisco on Saturday. The Simmons, 2nd Sandy Hale, players "but they will be in a outside of the house. If he keepsthe Page (ITS) all showed power. I Maryland in the opening game
spearheaded Georgia's tenaclous ail! Cronin of Boston College In FSU Sooners game can be 3rd Charles Moore.14andover couple more days." Corvette he received for berg Oklahoma this season the passonly de e<_ tonight, with the Miami-Yai:
defense In the Sun Bowl ,the third period. ,seen on ABC-TV, starting at 2 I It was clear he didn't want the most valuable player in enough to keep follow. Winners
; and was named the outstandinf Top Game !om, EST the West Coast action 1st Douglas them at their peak too soon. Sunday game, it will Join a Tense from ganging up at thi e. contest to for the title play and
-- player In the game, and Swin- The Orange Bowl pairing of beginning at 5 p.m. EST, Swllley! 2nd-Bobby Matlo, 3rd- Jones said he didn't see any table Including a 1964 Pontiac line had the emphasis on rusing n Tuesday night third
I for place.
ford signed with the San Fran- Texas and Alabama, the 1963 win be televised by NBC. Nester Mansolo. need for practicing more than and a 1959 Ford. was reflected in practice losers- -go
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with the couple next door for years. We play bridge together el humor. erv -. .ttJe5Onor-- Basi l was such a modest 111

110 t with the couple next door for years. We play bridge together, e:: mmouSmoose 01" r < ROLBona.Ohn and Seim]. His Qrandperent5 dortt mouse remember hiS scnooimatea Dim atail.
One night (a few weeks ago) the husband went to bed ear. DEAR ABBY: I am disgusted with women. My husband men ever worth Grade
l'i ly, so his wife came over to watch TV with us. She went plays with a well known band. Women can him up and Z ,RetbotleLa born. He and W C.FleldmCUSe.. ee who?
'1 home around midnight, but forgot her house key and was write to him from all over the country. Some of them are come from .
locked out Her husband, being a very sound sleeper, did- old enough to be his mother. I often travel with my husband := o middle.Closs 1of .\ ? I studied
011 n't hear the doorbell. She came over to our bedroom win and have actually seen women follow him to the door < /iJ" //"IOITIQ.. : : la, Swiss cneese
L 3U down (not wishing to awaken our children by ringing our of the men's room! Any time now I expect to see one go In ).'.- J. t.5.'hlm, ; l !ryWlt

1110 doorbell\), and shouted up to us to help her get Into her alter him. Whatever happened to decent women? maiilooltlikGar1y HIS mother ... ',
eG house. My husband put on his bathrobe and went outsideto LISA one of billions/ wes a4reduotRor I
try to find an open window In their house while I kept DEAR LISA Decent women are still with ni, so duet of little pests- j! I Ret llfre 1 "

ringing their phone, hoping to wake up her husband. I finally Judge the entire sex by the women you've seen chasing your but he means .. .. end attended his father M.1T ? 4 s

succeeded and my husband was home in five minutes. husband. Musicians are constantly being pursued by man- more to you Mous*Institute ,/ CJtQ..c:

One of the neighbors must have seen my friend under hungry women, but those who don't want to be bothered S::.'L."b.: =-'. Ci"TecMo .. de sa
need only to Ignore the glances, messages and overtures as
our bedroom window, and watched my husband join her in .
his bathrobe, and now we find ourselves In the middle of a won as they gel the pitch. .-. .. R'S THEM AN'Grmr UPON TWO HOURS WHAT 2 NEED
big scandal! Some say we've been switching mates for AlL NIGHT SLEEP AN1 PLAVIN' CHECKERS 15 A MDBURN ,l''
Tie! years. Others say this woman Is trying to break up my DEAR ABBY: The letter from the mother of the 17-year. LOOK CARD t3ItME5, ALLMORNIN'LONS AN'THEN VACATION
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old who tried to tell her that he should be allowed to WORE
iei home. Anyway, the talk is all over town and we are afraid boy soe. FRAZZLE. MAW- PITCHIM HOGS SHOES tUER 1Nre
Ja3 our children might hear it from their playmates. I can't stay out until midnight every night because "all his friends PAW- BLESSET AFTERNOON AN'-
could," fascinated me. I am the mother of five sons. My eld- en
too go up and down the streets yelling it isn't true. What can
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est (now married) tried the same stunt with me. I asked .J
In we do? We can't all leave town. We own our homes, ourhusbands'
ins Jobs are here, and we can't afford to move. him for the names of the boys who had all the privileges )04
he wanted and I telephoned their mothers in front of him.

sel INNOCENT VICTIM It turned out that all the boys were using the same story.
' DEAR INNOCENT/ Don't do anything. If you could af- They said OUR son had all the privileges THEY wanted.
7 a'.' ford to leave Iowa, the move would only make yon appear The other mothers were glad I called. Once my son learned -
'I la guilty. Worthwhile people neither believe gossip nor spread that Mother could not be fooled, he quit trying. enG nw..
and I It. And the most wholehearted denial has yet to still one A THANKFUL MOTHER

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now available. I pick out I Mary. Y..',. a real Does anyone have trouble I pocket (ever try to rip put
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Itrytotuetheismeiizecards. When oventight guests fact and when one feels like good, but It', a timcMver. ;
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clear adhesive backed paper!' en the art for their as,. treated as a they were coJWpciJrmJtGry people traveling 1 r' T.5 rue anti
to make tt permanent. also They are equally delighted to students. I clothes hanging .idlIIIICO"1 I::: ';.
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Calif. Race IssueLOS HAVE YOU I ANNOUNCEMENTS IS .


I" Mwnarlw Classified OnlyDEADLINES

ANGELES (AP) A The cardinal was not avalla, pie."On I ANY OF THESE I tie CM* 4*t Paula Ihajott, WORTHWHILE

Roman Catholic priest says his e ble for comment. Saturday, Nov. 14th, J 4a Penonallied lorvlOMI ,-. Mrs ,rI. IIItIII'I -

going into "self-imposed el- Father Coffield said in a fare- was ordered to maintain a silence S TravN hlrann.tloaa 0' MA ...... DIY ..... ",11I10cot.

He" from the Los Angeles arch- well statement to his parishioners on racism. I chose Insteada HINGS I TO SELLrhey'11 ga.clal NatlpNP ...
Ptor151. .. Per III It II In gag papaN
diocese "as the strongest protest that be was ordered to takea mlf-lmposed exile from thc baby imort, oiiM Card: ..... 5.0.Par

I can make" because "I five-month "enforced vaca diocese as a gesture of protest p Piece* T* 0* And III to to ti Moo. MPtr-

was ordered to maintain a silence -tlon" from California earlier against, and rather than be apart Bring You Extra Cash Thing To INAUTOMOTIVE I ....... Sot.Minimum.

on racism." this year because he had spoke of, the continuing evil of ( od 4 toss) READINGIN

The Rev. John V. Coffield, 49 out against controversial Prop- :silence.: ..

called his departure "a solution os ft.oCftft' 14 a i also accept my caste as a Rugs n Airplane' lolee-RintM FAMILY RATES

to an Impasse between my cardinal The proposition, upheld by solution to an impasse betweenmy 11 Truck lor (pigTHrudil' t ImortlM ?......... ttJlVi

(James Francis Cardinal voters last November, amended cardinal and myself." Guns> Waded. llnwrtloN .......... tae an.

McIntyre) and myself." the state constitution to prohibitany Emil Seliga, a layman and M Tncton, ft True Rontalon 4lrartlon* .......... IM line

of an individ: Trollr RentiUM Illnwrtlone .......... McllM
I abridgement spokesman for the priest, said Tools:'/ Motorcycle samara
CtlOITORI
IN THI NOTICE COURT TO OP THI COUNTY ual's choice to whom he might the priest would go to ChIcagofor .. '.. \ M AvtomoMI RepelnU Total charge ewnputi by THE
J JUDSt ALACHUA COUNTY PUORID sell or rent a home or apart a period of three to six years I.'DI Automobile' lor tale. multiplying tatol. 1 line a rate
IN PROIATR .' r .to'. I Prv letter wads por lint
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nullified "Boat?; M Foreign' ft (port! Can
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In it
IN REt Islet of ment. effect, to do missionary work, particularly oomM) nwnbor ol tntrnonl,
WALTER N. PARIS .7 Auto Wanted
laws
Dac..wd. indiscrimination housing among Latin Amerlcaifc

To All Creditor and Parsons Having. ."Scarcely anyone knew of the Father Coffleld, a priest in Tents 8 Point SUN
Claims or Demands Agimil lilt Istor. I ordered out EDUCATIONAL font M I Unto rtlnory. tops
... shocking way was Los Angeles since his ordination \ ,
You. end ouch of you are litrtby notified of California after I had spoken 24 has been of BooksPlants4'. IS IdIooII'/ IntlructllR
claim, years ago, pastor 12 point
end required' to proton ony If Musk, DenclngM '
end demand "which you or either 01 out against/ Proposition 14, Father the Ascension Catholic churchfor Same n I Unto irtlnery' typo
t you, may Mae against' the ..t... of Coffield said in his state- three Wented-lretnictlo WANT
WALTER N. PARIS. daca.s d. lilt II, veari.--
..i.-County,'to tho County Judge ot Acnuo ,.. "-" -'.-.... Seliga said that during the 18 Point
County, Plorlde' ., Ml oHIco In EMPLOYMENT
tht court usual of Mid County ot Gaines "I was ordered out on June enforced vacation" referred to 1 '\ A\ ; : 11 Pamela Help Wonted name n 4 Unto ordinary type
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vlllo from, Kit FlorlM tlnto, "within of tno il,tint. calender,,.,.lIe.IIOII months 01 22nd and was not allowed back by Father Coffield the priest Pianos 11 Mel, Help, Wanted ADS

I this nttlco lath clam or demand Hito .11 until November 15th," he said. took courses toward a doctorateat II Holt-Mel, or Pomelo 24 Point
hi "writing end shall" ottlo the place
ot '1IId_. and post Ofllco address of "I' was hopeful that silent ac- the University of Arizona and 111.1 Help Wonted

tno tho clllmont claimant' end hit ihlll pant" 00 till Worn attorney to by. ceptance of the injustice to me worked with Roman Catholic Stoves li Wort Wanted Pomelo Sung M I line trtlntry type

and well claim dtmtnd not II and would help U Wort Wanted MM
any or. my parishioners agencies In Chicago.
flied oniiil M void Announcements
PEARL L, PARIS defeat the proposition. I was so The principal organizationwith Radios 36 PI.

At Tftttamtnt oxoculrln of of t5.. Lilt Will and wrong. I should have fought i It which he will work in Chicago FARMS ft LIVESTOCK

WALTER N. PARIS, dtclOMdMWI oDcnlv. will be the Inter-American U Farm. RqulpmentV
Skates 4 PERSONALIZED SIRVICI
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Peed ft PertlllurM lines typo
"I want to have no part in the Cooperative Institute Seliga Same 01 } ordinary
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THE COUNTY JUDGI COURT Lhmtock ft luppllMLandicepln I WILl. CARli 10' on. III or aged
IN AND FOR ALACHUA COUNTY continuing silence and lack of said. The priest's leave officially If "* u TOIl .... In my "omo. hone PR 0-loot.
PLORIO Trunks Tno Oolnnvlllo' bas will not tonapomlblo
IN REt Estate of repentance which Is dally driving begins Jan. 1, he added. M Pot ft tuppIlM.. tor more thin atehtcaract LEARN TO DRIVE
LEROY DENNISON, also known excellent Inwrtlon nor will R IIMPLIPIfO'
away many peo- "A Buddhist monk could II Llvoilock WwtidJ
.I R. L. DKNNISON end also, : use to liable for sty ..... to oovertlMmont > I PARALLEL PARKINt''
known 01 U R. DENNISON, P. self-cremation as the strongest Jewelry to greoter extent EASY WAY DRIVING ICMOOL
CALL POR 1101 .
caaaed" Lie. Itato of '10. ire ran
then me don of the bad eectipled
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS iuntand' Training Canter Mllcltl bids on form of protest, the priest FINANCIAL
M..hl..... SON Drink by the Item to tie a.* KUT 'N KURL IRAUTY SALON
I CINNISON Alt' crodllori, olw, of known the oitolo M R of, L.LEROY DEN llowlngi Automatic i-Vendlno coin _rotoO. I M"action. *'-* w said. "It Isn't open to me." BicyclesTV M ImlntM OpportMlltlM. _,_. No odKntmont will laaoty .. o Rudgat
Ml SOU, and also. known M L. R. DENNISON blur to to opened I '.M. EST "I deeply love the Church thatIs 17 Monty" I* Uon to made, M or.... that do not ; work guerantted
enact the value of Perm. Inam-eet UN
OKMMd, nollllo January 11, mi. Contact Rullnni Man- N materially up up
are ntrtby MortgageeWMoner
end noulrtd to flit any Claims or demands Hair, P. 0. Ro IIM Otlntevlllo; Florida trying to silence me," Father the _rtloomont. to '. Un" ..... ap771aOlwtt
Wanted niohtl bY .001.
which thy may lava againstsaid tor bid tpKlflcttlom.MM Sets
I Coffield said. "I want to be
tiloto In tht otflco of tho Count : ) 12:II, N The Oalneivlllo Slat marveltho
I Judot ol Alochuo County Florida, it.1 obidcnt to her, .privilege,. of reviling' or relotting t SPECIAL NOTICES
0'Courtnouw ot Oilnttvlllt, Florida, NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MERCHANDISE any advertliomenl whlcnII
NAME "The clear law of obedience Is and Mchongo R .,11" bv m.dlum s,u
"within UN calendar months tram t hdm RROIItRR FICTITIOUS ClothingCameras II Wonted t) ally deami otlectlonoto DAUGHTE
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of tho tint publication of this notlct Notice I U hireby given that the under that till elaiillltailon' el onyadvtriltement aleck, brown. "wOItg m lied
Each dam or demand must bo I. slotted, doing/ business, ot edit H. W we are not to obey when we 'I" J M Mocnlnery ft TOM from thot antlered tried dog. Llttlewood Sltool I
"writing and moat Ittlo tin plans ot titIdtnco Ilo'h {treat. 0..111., Ffolda, v.dor are certain that to do BO would O lultdlnf Met rlW to conform to Iho policy of till playground Dec. ]4lh', oppreiclt .
and of IU'IRIOR IIUO j .. M l..... Owntr plttw Mil
post oltltt address "ha the fictitious name .*. ',
clamant and must be sworn to by the CLEANERS, intends to 1'1II10111' the said bo to sin, whether the command M Houeehel; Ooodl smmWR .
claimant tin ogont or hit tttornty, or nom. "wind 110. Cirk of thO CIcull be mother 41 Antlqu
given by or father WILL'" be ratpomlbletor
It will btcomo void according to low Court et Alachua County, Piorlda. pure M Mlee. Per tale. who doei not
Earl L. DMnlHMAitmlnlitrator wont. to Sactlan 111.0. Florida 1"1- priest bishop'or cardinaL We Antiques tl Trtdtnt" Pat hove onyone o Merry Chrlitmtotnd ,
of Kit Estate of ores
can sin by silence as well as by 0 Happy New Year.
LEROY DENNISON also known EMILY J CULLINn.m Purl 00 A Wood
.. R. L. DENNISON and olio I 12.21. 21. 1:4 11NOTICE Prank HernprRuns
action. Furniture W loot a _... 'qul" Sell Fast MOBILE HOMCInn
known 01 U R. DENNISON 4 t- -
ceased lFather Coffield said he had n Camp a Hunt a PMn NW urn: st
Notlp I. hereby ,Ivan that the '
(steal II.It t:4 tt, II
I rilgnad corporation desiring to engage: ought/ guidance from priest- Ofllc R ilpmcntnMuilcol I lob* Sirfon Child Car
Livestock
AOIN0Alotrd I. business, under the tlclllloui nomtIt MorcnondlM
of AdiuilmtntUlililin of JoAno teverege Co.. toulh' Main I confessors canon lawyers, blsh- CHILD OR INFANT CARR In prl-
Optrottm Canterau Street "with tho Clerk of the Circuit'I "and veto home. llttlewood, ..... 135
archbishops even anther
IwHiooil Uti Aoomio Court of AlKtiua' Covnly, Florida, ape) REAL ESTATE FOR SALE per month. ,..... PR etfalExperienced .
Tbundov January >, IMI IM '..M.I. SUPERIOR IRVRRAOR cardinal" He did not Diamonds a Mobil Named fbr gala, with
A mother "will keep. ."'1-
rouott by k. K. Walker' to con COMPANY INC.
Identify them. II Loll tar San .,.. to homo day or itigM./ Roe.eonewe .
eruct a stall builntM hi o tR I loot (31m) 1111 Ml 1sIILIAL
vim a mlnlmufti M pro ..,'.nc. from --- ______ the M Wotortront'Y rare by day wk., or mo.
NNOTICUNOTtcl The
public protest was Fish Poles 2211 SI 4* Tar off Htwthornt
I.OOt soul.. foot to AWN 1qU... foot, 0 II HOUMO kit low.
mlnlmwn, tot "width ol tno building" linovoriinco I N HRRRRY OIVIN. thai thorowill : second by a priest In the Los Rd.
ot the
be on Annual Mo tlng 05 Colt_ lor .
from H toot to 4t fat
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yard ..',..... from I foot 505 fott end Inewlllo Association Mutual It their" lulldlng building" end 117 Lean NR.I Angeles/ archdiocese this year. Used Cars a Real Iiltio 1..ang04 11 FEMALE HUP WANTID'ART
Personto
tn Inferior.. Hot yard .orl". """ from I, First Itreet n5.S City ot Oolnetvlllo, Earlier, the Rev. William H. a KM Itttto Wonted
tool I foit toctlon 2. 45 (1) ot thoI P time aurvey work. Rarn
GaiMWlll., Coda of Ordinance at 714'N.rthWall ''orlda, on January te, IMS, ,at the: ubay made public request to 10 Out of Town Property 11.2' en hour plus Inea,.a 5.
h' lIoot. hour IM" of eight o'clock will to P.M.elected At thli and meatDlreclon otherUntil Pope Paul VI to remove Cardl- Auto TiresAquariums 40 ...,.... PraporllM Cal 'R Sat for 00ootntrnOnt' .

A 1 tramecfed.. Ihxktioideri will I 41 Reeldentlal, 1 Incomo WANTED IMMEDIATELY full
rotunt bye. Ptnlty Cannon JAto what he
peal McIntyre citing .
,
please 'InD. to be prevent time typist Itenographer, soma
Mdlllon to 41 Parma ft Acroogt
on In
on oHIco
conilruft. SAM MCK. MIXSON. ..Idon' tookketplng.,' experience doer.
said his to speak
0 tR t lont with o vtrlonco "waiving, was Inability 41 Colon Property a MM. .
Alleali H. P, Ztlroueraecrotory .10. Phone 171-1411 for appt
ill rtoulrid ottitroot parking, toctlonI civil matters. The '
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out rights
..IT d the 0.1.11I. Cods If Ordl- on CURl girls, day MIN ,ooly I Inparson
Mnc.s. ., 105 Nornt..st III Street.PI 3M7) 'li-ail It44 t, II, ItWIWHOM priest was transferred from a RENTALS Jerrys It..,,,..,,, 1711
-'Or 0' PALS Row Boats 4M Colon. Properly kentill IW llth It Phone ITI-Mfe.
I A nquoit by William C. Mays to TO IT MAY CONCIRNt predominantly Negro to a predominantly
oonstryct a 51 room rooming hoot.In Von ere hereby notlllM the tho following white parish within 44 Cottage far Rom )NAITRISI John_WANTaONeward '. RestaurantEvantna
on R I lono with o tot "width variance motor vohlclet me HHimon Hue 41 Furnished o\JIII.
i I Irom 100 foil to .4 foot end front .y llallon WIN0123O "will te the archdiocese. Nothing mil sell it faster Unfurnlinod ApH.47MwMt PersonWANT 2130 NW MIN.'17111 Apply 55. In p. r s.0
I yord ...Ion 4 Int...., loctlon If-M (1) ol ttio Gainesville an the 4tll day ol January IHI, atMl for Ronl a Pur* RXPRRIENCRDLEGAL
"' Cn.. of 0" ,....... ot 401 twinwtit North Moln Itraet. Oaf I 11V lilt: PROPANE- 41 Mount for Rent Vnlurn. SECRETARY
than
IDtn llroal torldo Tito proceed of tlw lale will thCTGAINESVILLE 4* Rooml fan Ron PR mil
be applied. to tho poyment ol tho cal
4. A rwiUHl ty Jon *: Muckloraf to 01 retaking, ilorlrj and saN of I o 1 1motor 11 I WMoblU Home EXPERIENCED dictaphone Ir....
construct' o tilling" nation In aA a rlono vehicle and tho coil of public 11 MI... Rtntol erlhar with your own electric I
with o storage of flammabla IIouldl lion of nollci of lite and then to thtinaction SUN : typewriter to do tranicrlption n i
diatoms mtrlctlon variance from "" of tha balance, due under LP- GAS alA Wonted T. Rant home. Roply "with reuimo to P.
ISO tool to l.t '"'. Mellon MM of thaOolnaivlllo "510 control with Top. eervlce, KM II I..,.,. Wonted O. 8.. fort, Oalrnvllle.
Cod. of Ordinance' on toll ihlngton llreet, Hollywood, Plorld M OHlco a DM Spec
II and II ot block P, Lokaway Orovx0 and Mri. Patricia P. Snyder 1 I W 12 M.la 4.11 Wanted
.- aa roc_ In Plot, Rook. C, papa fah Tarrate Apt. i. : .' : Plorvehicle. HOTTER THAN WANT ADS N RuilMM' Raman
11 llocoltd Wait of the "InlarwcIlM of Ida cevanlvg tho II..ln 01 Sold mOfor NATURAL GAS I LOCAL iTORR ot national, CO. hat
oouiheial tat Avomio and the Hi wMona Any surplus will bo paid' to you SERVICEftlMclol opening' for one gat Island ot..
Rood), end you will. remain liable for any balance Cook & Heat Water tendon and one refill ..........
remaining, "" ..II ando paid con- : lorvlceo Requlrtmentii' ago IMo, high I ,
.. A rooMot by Jet Illvarman for asarlam. I D Hone hnnroyanwrn ADS school graduoto college preler-
to oonitrvct 0 meraueo otcomtuillblo rKAMOCUTRS: DIKOUNT CORPOP.ATION .' Low Cost CALL 14 Sadie ft TV eemkeH rod. Imetitii good Mlary. SIN
", .torl.,. not pratactto' by Inwrencor heipltellletlon' P n
one .lour flvoTotlitivo pntaclton. .... RYl J. M ImlHlCoiiectlm I Appliance., ft Panic ura lion plan pt'd vacation, "will I'betrained
tim Doll (bl chapter XXII of thafcwtltern M""" ...' i end may be roJocetedwltMn
Standard lulldlng Code, itMl IMI Nvu. FH Avenuo, Mil 1 III L FR 6.5110 North.Ratter* PI. ....
Witt Uhlvonlly Avonve, t"I\ I 378-1411 Cell PR,.4-7941.

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fAYS 4 UNES $3 ot bring$100 quicker or less action.with the ittling price stated in the ed. No additional costs for adt that require tho full 10 ctayt No refunds for ads that



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2 M.Ie HsIn W.nt.d.ua II SchOll"
I InitruchonirWHoUL J9 PETS SUPPLIES II LOn FOR SALIMODERN IS Houioo Ft Solo JJ Houoog Fof Solo If: H...... lor JoldEowordo It HdMiot for Sal.BiILOER'S ,Uforty

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OraiM it Unl..11y at home, ,,.. _'... A '" MIN'A' TUAi IACHSHUNDS MODEL HOMUCLOI6'6DY' 1-;-STORY COLONIAL ".,. In ivy DIICCUPEOM lUll DUno MODEt"
7 A.M. toO P.M. School 0 Sos 1..1. Ir.. AKC Iso )4 wkl WiK t brown Now thy BId_. two lull bothbulldoro NI' 4 BR* madom kitrhm, vn. 54700' coonmls.ieo,: P41.6. II Armricon d..,,", I t.4.roomi .
,: I Jict.ot.totmira Pormonor.1 Muti I wormed, ITS. Now S IR. I "bath Homo With/ tat mod*. Onorl Eloctrlgbuiltin 000, smo<< down. Colt PR SoiTSfoojoidrlvo $000.5 tIll 00511115 two full bI'''.. Ol tullf.
OREO SHOUT 30 Hour wwkmm ,_____hOrS VtUtt.IIAUTIPUL ....1 it Air eon* Oolum kltcrwnkKi ovon ond ......, 01 control by at NI7m St. 100100 WII" P00011105, 0aOCIOI '" VOTI atd! rongo CMIrol hwf.nc .
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,lor-bwbaif Must bo mot IEC ETAR IAL COU R lEi ISIS H. W. 5114 AnIros, HugS 'HII
built daunt
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rongo Si ovon, Mating odoploblo to olr con.dltlonlng VA. SItS
onl,. 6 M AM. 18M.N... .... ENGLISH SHEPHERD SAROAIN FRICS .. par moons.
,'oW M p00.00 ti. dlhwnhor' B Dllpw.l. 1m oq.ft Fully londKOtMd lot ln< S7 MMNE soon 0000 P06. lIP pap
c_....,.'.. '06 W. Univ.ffjjxPuRliMCED .' HOWEll'S Jon. 4th "ul:" POl.. watch 004 stocll. living .... plot doublo *orog&KIDOWAY 'W _.. SIM down VA, sioopor / HARDWOOD floors Huge lomllyroom WNit Inaul's s/ni.. SacyllIcS' 'iOR. Marl 171 376-7175. HUGh ttSttlI

TV Ill W. Un/n./ BUSINESS COLLEGE. CONSTRUCTION CO. .....,'". Or, SoM dnm FMA with flr p'oco, lorgo polio.I I both, f"A 0110506 51051ins. NE ISth SI ond tJiilTSOCAIA ,
,,,"Iclm. mutt hovo oxporlonconor i I SPEEDWRITINO-Avo. p SIal C"I....... pfl' | 375.4654 or 17"_. SIM par month biciudoi toitoo aid ,WO MUO.o foOt, ) bodroom. in .. low down pymI. loll
TV, top Mlory Aol COST m... old while roglitorad" Chlhuo.nuo SAY NOW AND WORIC OUT THI doling Hugh lowonH lou Oh 1Nt,... Mil III I. 7th Stnot an- I"" Sf. ttl-IW Mock, S PR' I baIt, Iraopon.ho.rn .
.. to iou 450-A Civil tovco ACCOUNTING, oat, ItoilHiy 4 ,,_,. toy DOWN PAYMENT llel 06 HI 111ft 51 IInd SlIt A... isir. l 1" OWNER. colil.... ...nolld ....
? sd5rMV TrolnngClusn boKilltuI homo for fog l f mlly
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Now Forming. till, "ISO. 172__ Np 'hooren so homIly wooded Into Mlo In NW iKtton, I blocks trim 54* I... toncod-M tucR bind
TEO end oloctrlc motor ro- HOWIU.St-USIMISICOI.LIOI toWlnOSomstrOctloo. TOr.i ONLY I MIN from downtown ond THE JAMES Mvro 1.rwlllloor school. Most tx bull' .in 11e""", vt-MOO or OM.
Should llvo In Onlnw M W Un,.. A... FR 4.3JWHOV.EUL ltd four bad .,, ono MId two Unlv. ly ownor I SI, I both own to bI ._i"..... C." rRIrom ItI1
iml.n.. vicinity, opphf' to liSP NIt 32 Mob l. Ho", .. ... Sol baths, .hxiudlng' brkk front oolonloh Sntatat..itri Itovo.Furchoio COMPANYIUY -
S BUSINESS .. ... :
COLLBSB NI
) Woltwood liioot SiOJ.llmo. CHARM
.h Avo. or p4,0. 3121210. REAL ESTATE! EXAM Win to Khooii. All .... pOlES Ivy "A".IIII" I 51011034 $1 wioilry MId fomlly living
city ., 0 d"., S<* wit Inloml abs omphnliod' In tho .
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DIRECT FROM IUIIBIRprkt I l.01505 If I U, 5. cuo.
CLASSES NORTHWEST Sw ot N W joth Drtvo N. '
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--INBERINa Droftomon Sro ol 40JI IW Hrd It I fnnv tiid. commlulon. Bout o Ins In
NOW FORMING."' 12th < no I ions by s.I-:
Plies.I
BEGINNING
Lonco In onglnoorlm droning III Lealot Pm,. TRAILER SALES CIII 21"54 .11y or11"nl" too Wlllioton Rdl Contoct own- IR, 100 bAthi, ii tchon oquippod MACHI1C Wlmtorly: lsf 15. I IK, S 54thp409104 ,
to David B. Thu. .nlno 2701 AliaS Rood II I. ''' Moltlond _.....
Lc.ltirv Appy 1:30 i or colloct FHA or VA. 1101 NI "'h TorHuoh Phoaco IPSONJI family rnwi contr o I
fm lnein..... 714 Unlvo' .lty Iii W.pm.Unlv. A... Ft .3501.. CIW P Ickor, toIg. SM-MO N. Quolil\r... sm Down DUPLEX lOCh Oportmnt h.l Eitwirdl. IntO 3>tWESTWOOD -"H. Model Oasoltf lVlrV Sun. Kutlni I. olr cond Honing. 1._
|,.. Pormonont Erriplovm.nl Now bride tronl homo M top NIo two IR I, Sod II t.tol, fur. t P 91. I P.M. Mil N. tiM Intortor. So much moro Oho n
CION mcomo oroo. now" I SR I W. 31 P1. nwovd: oupKt for 110500.
12' o. IP I. SUMwill niihorl. EiK lionl pew :
I Moll or FomoldISTANT 21 Llvoirotk > Suppltot WIDES povod itrooti controlliwt orry, I Work from ... FrkoSIOISO. both Colonlol' CHitrol A.c. lOWs, C........ toot with' or omor I ..v.. Tois off NW. Jim
Help Shown ...
} by ommlrttmwt ,
bulIMn Wrlto out 01 town PWMT Sow ot till NW Hit Dr. SIM pormo. bMraom, t both fu ly olr MM
ATTENTION CATTLEWEN 2 BR under $4,000USE Ply only" UM down ovtn. montMy ond rongo"pa yminll for bonNets Htformollon.tor .... low down piymont, inwtHoro homo..""VOULL ivY IT IVLRVTIME 'hi 'Mild.' .."' W- *> I.tod My.I .
grIll ond 1004 wIt San .. e. 31)4011 loili mco.li' 11|VI w
Stretch homegrown graIns' to lbs OUR 1"'_. S bod.I" NI DoSoto It. PIttsburgh.Pi. ....
wontod. Good hour At.i limit by roiling grim, with CPA b i>n. bib... 276lint.FINLEY I"It.i'iI'Vou. 10 0 .MuoOWkid0M1 -hail
I i ttnun IW Woodtrhouit W St, bound Rn'rout SOH Tro Blind' C."'. luptu-' RENTAL PURCHASE MOVING TO OCAI A' both homo rwor OHio C-H 4AC I IR homo In Hlghlmd' Court Mm C 4 ...-...... Models INSHADOWLAWN
14 mInt, moil oconomcol,' pxirco otprooin PLAN AREA ponoM, IR with flropmro or, Swim''' c/rnomborthlp' tone
Nlco homo in Ociio F I IR _... .... .
Lower ImmHoto' down poymont ,. lull In .1.... Study, od NorhWf Oovm oiwmop
T tlmo or lull tlmo ion' f MX, tolnnvllio' or AlKtiui TOTAL. COST P14 A PttattcodS montory S botho,ochoolo floor lId J MMDP OWMgo,nf con.ito ..... ontrmco toy. and pltnty vn,Mill, Ph )n.tan. I ESTATES
.. Soil Iroiofl foodi by oprmmt "' N* l 10th it. Or CONTRACT Will II LESS Iadrooon 5 5.th Noons ..... Oh I.... lomncopod .'. Will 045$Prog* F. D OLIVER
.lIuliM POAOYC6 .
lorn ISO to US port 171-650 OI'.I'OS .,.. rlnonclnf nolloOl 5rooodsr5:05 frodo for olmllor homo HtOoinoivllio I ASSOClATI. IIIIC.m OPPIRINO
OW'sCVctrlI W. Un''''. 7"11:11: ENJOY THESE
no. Coll FR 10N7 for opptIs 10 CALVES, Stat SEE : Frico I FIrS from IrMlvlduol stykti For' YouWill
brad 115 'U.
Canto Dairy Farms. tnt,. H.w.tlnorns. DAD AND BRAD LARSEN Heat 111,000 M llt.000 till McKlrmtyOrom I 50 sad A.. .1. .....1......... 05,. FEATURES a plonnod Hvlm own
-Work Wontod .....1. Pu. LAKE GENEVA W-I3M: .__ Rooltort, 171->41>. lrol heal, SuImmIng' p5.4 0500brothip o Control Hoot QualIty motortil 4 worth
Call .,..2511COWBOY'S flAIl St SAIlS Gladys Sm,th' Realtor. Pot--SALI lYow'ij i: 5 50: I Coll oiior uoo 1 own PM Ml PR 01 I-IOM.mmnvly / o S AirXondtltonoro: m"nm.p
RIDIIIIO STASLS'HonnbluU On lit 100. I ml* B. I. ofKovttono Hit W. Unlvonlty Avo.SY CCI h001tts. I pear lid. o5mplstel 5 10111-IN 11Oct15' 4 A cimmunlty you would bo
I $1750 Monthly A'dlno H lgnio furnlilwd low down poymont, I I 05. CCS, low: p.ntnonl and o Poncod Yordo Proud IP Hvo ki
StripS and rotis 'or Slip" Open ovonlngt ate lundpyl OWNER I IR. corport 1W p.. COIl 'R 6-4043. taki of ,:: St,. 51 440T. PITOPIMOn I Spins Wnt on N W OWN.
| Profit Potential I Open lusty Day fR w.6O J X I0f, Mocly lot ROOT toncod FOR Air Y OWNER. I IRhouu ". 5, p0,000-t I I it. S both CCI Mom*, i A,.. ,... no SIts Spring m.lorwciiiin .
1 prIm auto SortIes Con. CELEBRATINGSPECIAL ,Near Khcan 4 shoes'lng' Hill f II. ....., ...INti. utility/ FOR SALE OR I IR kit ror.tod noor oclwoto' Mutt lollImmoolotoiy Sea Hfn. on Wf.FR .
monthly Imoll equIty. ISIS N W. .-, ..._ ,.
oqulpptd I v. .b .
tor locotod In now shopping 30 PITS & SUPPLIES JI'h II, rm, 1 ocro bolt In Mnnol soar IMphon FoitorKhool OIM.p
5/1.3063.
eontor now ....11..bI. IJ YcIm tales. B 5.rvlcs tofbi. Spring ..... 11_ Col 411-I4H, lit NW 32nd PS. Coll4M4r POwn p'vmmt, toIlV bo woe olSMI
for !.... to Ruoil.tiod BEAUTIFUL. COCKESPIJPP1EL AlOa Tumor AII'CCB ',,-. I NI SItS, DOts I

builnoiimon. Not .in brood b CIIM ind slud dogs FORDYCEFEATURES "SWIMMING"POOL ........ I it I bel, lang.tumlIp POT' OPPOtMniMI 17.- cotS
ootoctMl will bo provided tot tolo" FR 1 4JM, IMS It WI"' I b.droolnii223pwtu 803W ....... buIlNIn-a' .., lcd ;
with tho ...., trolnlngovolloblo 'Inst. Enol,14 h.at, 550AId. _
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In tho Indui. Includes Rod Carpet Doltvory 516-0334 St ,-:"II I ( K6'iII0e0'eIepoMelt
try and paid Shill Sun Want Ads Ton. Title. and Inwronco.Pronk &WIAYlUW
trolnlna Financing .i... Horn," .', both 105.Soy .
I bMroom
ovotlooio to guollllod In. Mob I SPACIOUS New Brick Hornet MODELSNow ,.
Butt Homo, Inc. SEAUTIPULCoraor "homo with I4X1T SWItA. :
olvlduil Coll W. O .. Get Results NW IJIn St ot lltl SIJ7H34I lot for Mo S br I both loINS po.1, Locotod I In IllS NW I- '
tin ot J7I-JI3I for Irttor- I ChooM" Noluroo, colon for Irli homo, rolrlg. rongo woutor, union. lull outiloo lbs city Mm.Ito 55W OSAIheSS
m.llon. D""IAM.'I F M. lovondor to ourpo yolMW M I.... clotolo ltd utility Itorooo ThIS It on onopionol buy StopKon Ftae.r5l.'hls JI
CLOSED. SUNDAY gold to dot* brown.CKortii 'In WoodlMid' Torroco. Call .tSJltoO.LOVILV Open 3 Bodroom 1.A1 both
Fordyco VO-I1J4. 144 bodroonn, bulIMn/ llttlt.on NE 3th Ploco PJd*
FEDERAL QUALITY Oracafut IrIs panels, p15.5 55 I bodroom 11 baths Spilt 1I/II''on'' ton hootiVA hodownno Ronch Styli wills Woitomiroplact
DRIVE-IN GROCERY HOMES INC. Pair ooan m.nlo''. I. h.II. I 100 LOT lull moionra homo Intho "wn payrnAM. P0" from SOW Northwest and Inside bar-
Inch troll atlte', PItteno 103. MonlMy povn<.nti with ttilt I tr NW MClbn Kilt 11.tho tlotlnf tasts.Ca '
4170 N.W. utfi It Oolnonlllo 0,10.tOl'S tWO IX21 tltchsa e s lor homo In N. W. lulll In ovonmm city llmltl. ONLY 1 bdcui maNe an ofltr .
FR Mill Walt J<>MoMO". dlrocllorn.Thirty I '...... AC unit. goad sOle.SI. SMI DOWN. Its! BulUorg. Ins. 5. wont to OWnS It this
MANAGER TRAINEES 1EPORI tap lop OlIN tIsslbi5 down IIV' N.w. iiih pioco 4 oik 55,000op. Estates
you buy OM m .
vdar.Opon
wo Ity In MoOl o Homoo. Appro* Ins conto In coIns for !. Coll Pordyco >7tl2M.NO NEAT I BId_ twio on Il's.wall ., Haul OAilyColl
Inns'.V IS unlto <0 : from tills ,.1I..n Md II conn for londKopM lot Mt 11 mIle vt4MI or Vt-tm. for 3 BRand
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WILL vldwlng I
t, 10, It tgwidth, up of kiIS Bach pottom for lit .1... moi' OUALIPYIN9th from OonoivlllO. OWNER
WANTED 110574.tmafurtnl. Ins ond ._111 hondllng Sand to .... LI 5 Dit. f.m. into I FINANCE, Custom lulrt komog r*. i 2 baths. Brand pea
Laura Wh.ll.r, Oolnoivlllo I I14odl.crltt n, I.'V. I' I .11. ltd Rico I ."..,.< I Ii with lupdrb eonitnictionthroughout.
M.nlatto..H"It...,. Wi... Orpl. ".0. Inn 141, kri Con PordvcoFORDYCE 376.7556 John Merrill I II JlI S NW 8thAvo
SOP I PInk Old Cholwo Station NoW York II.N i iLutlfulty wo 4o4 .Ufg
I Male, 25 to 50 for manager troin. positions V. Print plllnly PAT I I N SEE 10EXCITING .
yoon In fIts Moblld Homo NAUtIlI NiMH, ADDRESS Realtor i
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and
(with Jackson's Minit Markets. Paid vacation lutl_ ION!. 4 ASSOCIATES INCdraco I All dry donvonlonoHN SI Asnel .oiIeoA/Oe' 1505

land other fringe benefits when qualified. PreI "SERVICE HAS BJILT ESTATI Pordyco.CONSULTANTS RooltorRIAL NlULTI..ll PHONE fA LIlTING B isaA550CIATIS oiiotimont ond urnon AKhuO' oorwoon lust v '0.>* PlotS 441Prliod .

I for married man, full time employment only. OUR BUSINESS"BAIRD moro NEW Innioni POt IMS M knit! lot corcnti dnlgno thonovorl I .BIoS..
Starting salaries for experienced assistant Plus I PREI potturnl, ombroldory 0 C. Oar Dudoy Oauidmt H. IUCKMANNANVIRNON ""' '''-, liloloo U oonvon.mtiy .
doiii eiothn. Sond U W Otis ..mo FULWOOO lie,,," ...
iho .
' managers $90.CO a week and for experienced MOBILE nnto for now Ntodlocrolt Cotolog !. 1965MODELS oioo of N w. torn o*siroof JACKDEYOTRolitofd4

managers $125.00 per week. HOMES VALUE 14 COMPLETE QUILT TREES TREES TREES two"-W..M soufk It N w. Iiih

1Oct.11Ptono PATTERNS M doluio MW Quill I IrdkorASSOCIATES
Jackson's Minit Market Book. Por bnnnon, ..P" rIO. IN
OttlM d. SOT 4 441 line 10 cools IMWI
1234 N.W. 16th Are., Gainesville WALTER STUBBSInc.

Apply 'In person to Mr. BlunJell or MOSILI KINO HflMISNNW 12 Mobil Homoo Fan Sol.NIOlll. $ Why not live inGainesville's VILLAGE Roy Illls Chit Jl"dImmolf

Mr. Swofferd IJthit.vsnii .
I HOllO' .ACI to HsIt.w.p
..VAIlUI' GREEN
,,,,...i WOBIH Homo Fork Phone 376JJ74"Wi I Pk.n. l7MSII
6- 0 '"' t MIIOI NortK on 441Chorlol wooded
/TT 'XJCu'Gfl >l
'Pewtl O Norm 441t640 Mgr. Extension trod houses 815 .NW Uih Sr. I

MARRIED' OR UNOLI, UN* ., o
.root trollor, t > M with o t I
Ir I mm ....n.. Thu outilt li $ wonderland?

COMPLETELY Poymontl lowor tfion FURNISHED AvIMO ronl Fiaturlng General

This Week'sLJLiEiJ ond you. con Mil for. flood return.Oulot Electric Kit I e hen. COMPARE I !
k' scrdi,00. S mm fromCimpuo .
ond down town tail for Large 100 x 100 ft. Lots Homes priced from
_oppl, ._ I74-MO batons I M FM
CONNOLLY I Brick gas burning oak log $15,300 Payments-from 18275.$100 I THESE HOME VALUES

MblM Homo SUM, Inc I I 1 Fireplace -4. a month up. YOUNG BEFORE YOU BUYSAVE
iii
bidrnsm mot/Ili 550W.. Many
floor ...... > pta flnonclng ::: G. E. Builr-iru' = AMERICA: MOM IS I '
Drlvo out fodiy I mltoo South

ol Oolnoovllto on U. S. 441 pn.J7401I S All City Services, c: sled have l family fireplaces.room pan, 2 !.


II LOTS rOK SAL S Walk to top Schools full baths with' Indi- BUY YOUR NEW HOME

S Walk 300 Club rect lighting, central
to
LARGE wooijid loll In MtlrolFOROYCl't ,4 ducted heat, Italian BEFORE DECEMBER 31

REALTOR ASSOCIATES INC: Family Rooms = terrazzo loon. AND SAVE YOUR

nt W Unlv' rulMoero : Whit. Terrazzo Floors c; HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

1 pond toll with .....1I1uI kill.Loto l I- VA FHA Conventional
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ice iios SEE OUR YFURNISHID
I'OAO"I I .ASIOCIATIO IIIIC.'M .

W. Unl. 27..12:11ioo. : MODEL TIM Mtowtnf .'* roioy fop SIT I. Unlv.' A...

ten 00 South of 0"_ _. lorn, oomhwtokid, homo fop
all app. I mlloi WESTWOODESTATES 0 .kr.o ,....", 4 ID. d
MARY MOELLER, R.oltor iii ITU SW. Slid WovCounfrfCluo ...... .p ,. living roonv fMiltydtnono
t. IHO w. Unlv PR .-..7I DrIve' north en Main St. I 0000. patti, IlnAl _

LAbS pooutlrul II.. In N WSoctlon = : or NW. lOfts, Si lo StIlt ( lilolool OHOMM porfh II,
InNS odlocont h llty hootS lo 4 If, IH komi, '... Its. IlKhon, I* ooMto oloon lorn.plotory .
lImIts wIth Mold 5010% 005,1. I- Avd Turn nghl ..... lsd iddltlttoot lotoosalsOane olr oonlllono4 alt
City ."... AIM ..... loto 0vol.ooto Drive West .n University Avenue .r N I. IJth Sf fum tight' ..... o.aop lob lulll III _,__,--l'I
on woldo Rwd Mt S atlas Isauth watch frw YOUNG 57, IPotueli. Vary oaatuOloa opooilunlty foe nitoroominftuolnow
north of iporry Duo poymonfond N.W. 16th Ave. Tuna on N.W. 41rdRead. AMIIICANOMlfsananloll _,..... 5t15 i dn ond StiItnontlpl Ootl Slid IstIgNtiOl too
tormo orronpoCi" p0' _"'. 05111'' "lfull property lei 0pro.ltnpmy .
Turn er N.W. 1Ih PlGc,. MOonS AT N. I. .
MacIota too-as. ..... |rron o> IM I tW.pP.ondgonvorwiiM
v a. MCC.OT 3'$ rm14 ... .. IJth, 5,. onrf JCth AvPhon ., -,:.. notowory frof,
Bldrs. = J72-7070
Butler Brothers
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Woforftpnf 're
I 104 NW MIR A.....

.R 'WINIFRED H. CRAWFORD" J72-9545 c: I II I tor. DM .,... NorwoodHope
Mop ....... rlolltlnt, In1AKI Dey Open DiUy 10-6 5/6 -
PPOPIRTIISACREAOI
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S ..... N. AlolrOM 01 l-Itt TREES TREES TRII5&ol.ivlllo'o N
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At mouth IUME of Suwwwo HOME Ifxrlorgo YOUNGAMERICA W. Trade Homes

lurnlifiod, t IR.lorgo CCI",._ompmfy Aeooo .. Eu pamiS6 114 essnO or PropertyAll

W url 4 tr.... w.tor flWMgfltfwrmon'o LI l oi rfoo peaoasi06 4iihtdls" '' OUR MAAIM AREOpgM
p..Mtw WymorTounMl KM 1UII fO IN.tnl .
POsSe P* "2'1 UvoOM LAKESHORE I IKIH' ANVTIMl IP
II.iriiN1A. It ,.
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HOMES .. II H_. lillilisiA.oa.Iodde. I ttRllf
tin II 4tn
FE IAKI Yttt round
I Oldra.m _. lIsa Islt.oo r. TOWERS j If Goo''I'1o' P* .uot o> PR o_
.... con M est.4, fMno 01000
out door ",_ houM. play
1 LINES wits flitS oround N. Ovor on .... NOW LEASING
Till lo on mcollonf opportunity
fo mono your fwrity happy for
XMAt. Call /- .. AiocfuoRMtry
10 1:1 1 Atooclotoo Ario ,. Smlm
,i : ......,, GREAT YEAR.END
This pedal good on
DAYS Airl I) Ho. oo Pu Sol.lIrIInu. I.

.",. 1 ii. ('CI 1000004A. SAVINGS NOW FROM
$2.00 j.1 skye Item end \\t open I ..4 to t.0OP. 54,151 1.411 OP
SLOW OIl toomi II $001 doiq apIll
I soanolt!. 571.1145.ri. .
4 I KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONONLY
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cemmerciel ealvertisert laPle ataSptant
u.v'J lo non a Soap 005.0. 11II Ill $10 DOWN VA
10P Pof Ni' .oo/ncq 5510g. 41)p
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only tech week n.--'W-wt;;; ;
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OPPORTUNITYI!
005,5 5,44 05 peP. P's.pa .

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eoj spsciel i l I'sill P040 CAN SAIl 1 OW a. BaaS LUXURY PRATURIS INCLUDE!
pew went ... I SOON 0.5. tor-.
1400 06 SouPamo ..._ ..44oS.w $ona..iso5 5,41 0 Iwbe $1501 Good Only Thru December!>> 31st !

-. to's 575.4435 e Aoroo 56 rtontd vVovndo Cuasmi Name

watch fir FOR"" TI.-o- S I* e Control ACdo>o1. e UimdVf r* lrlMUoldfg
be effinJ tamo t -.. from t-*>. AM.FURNITURE I
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_IPt.E wIth P554 FE C S Seon.q.Fated Poobsog Arwod 0 LugIBad&orWf I44.wsIbi* ACT NOW TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE! !

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UPHOLSTERY _Miner reedy fer Immtiu; Hncy.KIRKPATRICK .
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I Iic pap i,41ty usloIatlS.
i I Phone 37I-HI1. .. I 424 ..... Iortioo'

J1J.C14J I SALtS OFFICE oraN 9 TIL S DAILY

G41NfSVIUIU'HOlS'II' L JIM tW. lilt ST.- VI. MWy. 41 I & PIERSON BUILDERS

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a, 4t II 40 $ mi -
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F pc70jtT014A soL ( .cShMd, eoM 00044An 5$3t5,5I w.4AEOuOIDPQFII 4odf.oI+A4f I I0,00v % 1

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'TRIAI -l---iJiNlAI J5 H_. For 5.15JWK H "."... For Sol. I II 41 CoIned Property 41 KlaUs for Rnt Unturn.F6B I II OIHc.. ... Space

: 'I 1'1'' o1c1t1r1 A"ATA IC II".. with llbo.,.. tII,,,, -- HUM" 005 ,$ATl, .ktNf ''1 |P.-HOUW, Sale Olc._. C.II 1 'I _"V"'L..8lliDown' '. Ac.-.

THE TIMEIS lie" Doing, M let N a 12f paved 1. 1 _....... SI lAth ... aTfh tloort, tile both 1 mile from III me. Clll MaIls. 11..11,.
1A1rIN riti rATri ,..... Sperry plant, en Wilde Reed.pnone per
: I strut, anode sole floor A. Small down payment 31$ 1521 or ::111-1'11.
it1Tt1 tiled both, lards IIenodlete roam lye monthly peymenti s>; to SolAHe 37J 1770.
ACROSS 29. Cotton t It1It (j, A G II NOW. 372.8404 occuponcy, IWO down, > Mmee bultt en your W S I "iR.' CCI, fully' equipped' kit. 34 KalMM It.".&.
Shlpoflht cloth\ AE51t..t..tv and 17' nontIoIp.' $50 II It viNW WIth no down peyrnent. PIn fenced bock yard NW aectlon
CHRISTMAS will be merry If yae :II'h A... and plwiti ,11 6 FR ...,... ISO por ..... Cell Eo-MtO. .tots wlln
dam SI.S<. fine feeturoii hondiomoliving MOWS Ill 725 NW Join Ave. 1 SR I both poInty, 01 "' "'Iftt!, SOP trOW lath
; 6. Walking' 32.Pewtcz TIOIYI AIR i Do You Have room f.mllltn with boLl SY O'llNIII. A Dis0. .Npy CCC I bId_ em bath.NOOns. .. k.lt. equipped" gorege Ig fence ...... .121 per ..... P11501 P1 1
tick coin fireplace, outstandIng' kitchen, VIol I story brUb ....... 011 101 Low Sans poV........ lIcoto beck yd. ISO .per. ..... Call 17SMI. 12511.
11. Counting S3.CIWlII A1J'1t t AISOi1I! A Room.Apartment will t* well carpet, plus many ants troct, ,...,.., on AUIIhopPefRd .. ".L 30th OMo.hoCSV for ...... Poe $1055 A W"UHOu,1
H mIle Norm of 14th Ave .
sulidin
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ether ..
device 35. Young t-I-i.L--J t NJ A. JC I doss In Hoc Frottlge Acrni occupancy M I IN, evt ........ control hoot doe 315.7555 2 BR HOUSE MaIM coIl JOIN MIIOSU IIHI..

: 13. Bun InDatebaU devd LI8IrIITI or within e low diytflixIWo Mutt .be teen II ._1.,*. phone -- tIUltIs' 1'6-1015 SUM ..... J71-14J 5(1.14Pop
AIL1vipL t L 0 __FR SAIlS ISIS Nl 10th AIM LIASI 19000 10 ft. lion
termti 7)tM 00

:: 14.Softwoot. ST.SLWoIfram:Afflict: ], It. L Ni RtDl.I: House to Rent? II loIs SANTA throe by bedroom giving your two family both 43.1 COLORED RENTALS > IR, S batta. CCI NW -..... building MOO per, ..W.... CoN U.'"........."....., Price Hey

fII fabric tie S T R ,.., S A A:t1II fnooonry home In the very popv PARRISH -uNOW I NCoiORED < Colt 376.1562 otter net FR e-Uel or a. P. M'',""

15. REMEMBER* lap Flnley ere*. CompletelyoqulopM sites rmdorn t IR du. -S IS P M. __ FR .'55'.
: Century: 4t. Deign (Solution To Sunday'i Puzzle) for a total price of pIns epartmontt lireo Irving and illS NW 14th Ave SMALL werehouM for ......
plant 43.: Lawiuak. III ooo 00 The tofma will mikeSonte" PRESENTS dlnmg, ..... modem kitchen with, S IR, I bath. Good condition.PM DAN BYRD
hoppy, toe et onlyoniy ... ..... .. of Doc.
: 16. Prior laIT.Tlmtput en 7. Roman fen lerge etoreoe .-.. .II.bI. end
2. Ind. redpowder A rental 3-76-8268
vacancy $11.000 com and 0050. tile both*. spits hoofer KIRKPATRICK' REALTY
45. Pluto garment SiMOapermonthlSPARKLINO .Moor Unlvanlty" Lovely brick hemi. pe and "hot weter heeler, teclll II N. Main, St. FR M4M
: 19.: lifetime 46.: Stir In 8. Pratni COSTS YOU MORE et a Chrlttmie' free, "loInS Ilol'S, "ii". _ro', dIllIeS' flee for wnhine methinet' ondpved home. ramlly 54 lullnatl, Opperlomitissll1LCOIL
bath, CC
ptA Imm....,.'. Otni bodroom. ,room I bodroemt I baths, annlc ..,* lee et N I. ttthlor. I SR 1
: 20. Make Th J. StaffOf p. Young two both"" In F lor Ho ,.." "0,1d.n.. A study which loom neer Utllewood' tchool. 1131pir : .
dPI Mr oppeintment J7mt > S co. his lor lei>o a
01 Dragon cfflcs hare than the ad that h "kilt whet you hove boon too*. It completely prlveto., Located onir or man. ..... Phone FR .3&11 or eoeet modern .....Iea union
: 22'X:: 47. Cum rain .... 5.,. L.,.. live, ek Iron .* woodod lof ..,.1.. alltonc or 304 NW Seth Tor. two touted boy et 1234 I. Unlvenlty .
10. Three add to the boeullful letting onen t* Unlvtnlty, at Florida.iKollent S .... cent heel built. ... .
of 4.Old Fr. will rent itl! 1 IR ba. Interaction of I. Unlvenlty' andfiowthome
; : 24. Violin 48. Degree ua en acre let. ThIs a lovely 44 Cortege, foe Rentwiter kitchen cereirt end etoregeoroo load The atetlon Mpretently
\ : maker the Kile coin 12. Pain! .homei 130,00005 northooit location Ifilibedroom S for rent I12S par me.Phono open. end doing bulknoil
Madmen YOUR Now Y.", will be e happy Hooping. orach Dome "I; bodoom. looIllIad. lor sin.1.pirtosi FR .- lucellent, neighborhood" petentlel. .
: 27.Flr8l.aml DOWN larch 'In this t ill with low down IIat aIM cold _
Here's what one four bedroom two priced Pay en 00.0110. "kivoitmont
Minimum
i : of the iota 1. Grotto 6..tlrlalW 18. Palatine. your both modem LIbby' Helgntt ........ PTOOI and Immediate, sccopattcP.L.roi "tncludod In rent of SSI 00 I IR I both kitchen fumlihml., Fold, deeler rewired. toInure -
Lerge .....,... dining room 0110Could Cor ........"y. Call Klrkpotrlck I. Unlv" Ave. Phone 375.5715sttsrdPM C." trelnlng 0..
plain COSTS ... lint me home, 4 Mroom. ,. ,...... tuccen. Mr.
j' vacancy be eeilly convortool to e .lly. Agency. 31 N. 11I. PR Leach et FR .SJ>> for .Inrormotlon .
: 'J.s / zp i.c /; 21$. N. Zen!. torldi room tllaln Cuss I both fomliy: moon ChIP'drool CLIAHI two bodroom. bitches ;: *r 174-02M liter tot
dan YOU EVERY DAY doort bad off the IIvl.n playroom, llroplac, In living -. elena to InS .10. IA? PIIanCIR PM.SHELL.
45 'u.I.he4 A. ..
f w e lovely" pools, oetllng of room, booutltully londKOpidyard. ..,,,..
: i Iht 21. Shoulder ..._ troot thruM arid OIL CO. bet a modern
until it is rented: flower bodi Amenitlet' Include NICE apt. clou In. prl; on'. huh three boy ranch ifyle' ...,1.I a
orntmentl control hoot end Slack' t.... T.I, I bId.-o thower/ .11 utll. and ...,.... 49 Rooms for Hint eveiiobie for Immedlete I. ass
E a- i 23. Bitter fully quipped' modernkitchen. I bet. homo wIth loIn' fun,, oft St. II'.Into HI SI Sod et NW llth Street ond llth Aol
vetch IF : All yourl 123. ooperito dining' room temll! PI. -PR '. LAgos COMFORTABLI ROOMS Stition I. equipped" with, modernequipment
: aT 1'- It iT RENT YOUR LOSS 700 cult .t* mrtgogeAvollibl P0010 nOIh fIropeAci, Moil mod.on 51, LR. kitchen ell ulllltlw turneoceot for ", on. ciott-M.' excellent neighborhood .
24. Behave ,*. baSIl Is hlldton. C.rIsl for cooking, hooting 37fo illS end tronilent putsallal I.
25. Connubial IS: PER DAY IS; .toiL gel WWOINIC MinImum' Inosulmsnl __ .
: m r// ,. I'I f//'II ,. ". W.KIRKPATRICK. ,150 me. tit Nl :Jfd Ave, nor. "
paid dieler Mining to I mureaucceii
E w : w 36. With let Now Lining Almoit raw ) bedrOMd. cm FR 7omtFPICIINCV FURNISHED ROOM. Convenient flninclil, ...,. fenceovilleble

I. in 1' 17 4 cream III per ... .. si* per lay I both controlly .hooted and airconoiiloned APT, ..,,,/.,. en Phone.to Unlvmlty FR' nil.' end downtown. Coll Mr OeLoech otFR
: 28. Wan RoiitorIt .home on large '00 franco, on ground fi_. Idool for 11131 for Informetlen r
MO per ..... .. 11* per day N. Main Phone FR H4C4 MO tot l In Wlmberly. Citit". eoupi"iarlitlOi.. perton. CoOrs FURNISHED ROOMS it.* bI sob. 370'"a otter duos: PM.
:: 11 :: 1M 30. S. Amer. AsSOCIATeS lullt 'In kitchen. soIlS .R and TV ..,...... 17S. Avilleole from ..m..... *.$ SW lit A V .. .
t ACRIS with
151 .. ". I. Cell J74-I741 Cell' 37H34I Mile iluoentt only. rental unlti. Sac.rlllce
cat alii per lOS SIM per diy Ploy Mithleton Irene lumollCipt. J. : .
prlcei Ill South.eiteurinf '
,lno penilvo Two bedroom home In. "
jT ,. A, W Roece, UlN ... bId lOOM, ... ollIstlietpithIng
: Jl 54. Emanate. condition., toned. iA-l, EFFICIENCY ARTS.SM p. Speclollilng In Itellan
Mil
I 36.: Sonnet Set per ..... MM per day LoIs Klrkland Ion Orlffln good for home builnou.Unlvtnlty I MO.mopy "lgor.lo, .v.lI.b Ii.Alltsotns Foodt with oar fully equipped

: 1J' IJ7 JI W PlO Cows Mle e.chino. ,_4 1 J4.Jkutier "'ml""'" AI I. 2ndP1 fine .11.....,.. Includes' nil
[ 38. Arrived ma.
/ par 12.-'V F" 12512
Acres Now weittlee re.Itrktw Gerdoit apertmentt mete with hop fronlege, pleentyof
.' .- 39. On tiptoe 570 ..... / nibdlvlllon of ours loll.Peved I bedroom turnIMiod perking' An unutuilly fine
One and two .
41 & J .. 40.: Camera's per MM per dip LASSITER/ $ttrttlt Inlldt' lots I3YSOo I and unfurnlthed : ellectrte SI.A Wanted T* Rent lilting end proven money miker

: ( 571 ear mo .. tj.50 per diy cornert. NO 14250 CITY Outilde'AXILluV cup IImlltoIIIu. "i .'IcII.... heating MARY MOELLER! Realtor
4T y WANT to rent peiruro for M to IMcirtle Idle W. Unlv, Ave.
: air conditioning twlmmlni PR 44171
: : : : 41. R. Hag. SM per "' .. .. Sloe per day REALTY bolos Jaouany II' tar HO..... pool. one block' from P,K. .'In FR WoiKrn Ho lFurnlihod hill of county.Royer .
: 41 card novel iliad .xom.llon Vonoo School./ Pram SIOS permonth. : 43.Cr.letter Ml per "'.. ., sail per day THI FOLLOWINO HOMES MUST Roterve ".., .. nowl Corner I IR "houte within I 0
II SOLO THIS MONTH TO I.*. loth Avenue end loth ml. of Cempui Mint be very COINS
WANIEO'All '
25 :. l:4P.to.ne.. 'I 44.Burmejewood IfI per "'.. ,, SIOS per dey QUALIFY FOR HOMIITIAD M. M.PARRISH Torre-. J7e44UNKWLV eulil ... ;. ..... Write M I. US. end foreign tllveroollin
for lime/
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onrlM IXIMPTION FOR ll 3l Reed, an II. Dunitm Wey wintor .
bEC0SATEDAPTthC proof tote end
less
*J per ..... .. Sill per diy Pork before Juno S, Phone
4 IIDROOMI, i both coot"I".1 'leg ttudemt end eouoiot' wits 'hvole. O.aI, .llnr Jon, i. ..... ...... holt dollir
15 Houses far Sal. 15 Houses Far Sola IS Houteo For Sell* S100 M.JJ booutlful' built.In kit. out children. preferred Cut' New- REBEL STAMP i COIN SHOP
\ per me per diy OLD eppx. It.OW down, ....... berry 471-MI or 4TJ7371.IM 52 ...,...* W...... 101 W U......,,,, Ay*.

;: se, m Coral It.totot sin. I both, carport, lemlly cActI aonruom. romfty r*_ mig 'leu than $ ALACHUA one bedroom mobileKomi
,,, 1 wnrq..,, 'low down room, built la kitchen, cent. ,lociied en ,toOl corner .... I. CALL 378.1411 IncI I' I. No ., OMO ASSOCIATII. INC. prlvitl HI, U ml. South AND 10"0c1_ '4 HauoehaM GoadsFOR'SAlTilofirchilrirTTf
m..b "' fleet, 111,WO son cellon ouhghbo'leo.d. _'! IH.MODliN. .1 M. Wayne Hill Isles, OroKtm. of Aiachue./ Clll 441-10]] or tee 11001\1
(ry Vpoymenl. Cuss dl Seth Ave.or d Ji'oAf.o, CI hut. Ten.'et t* inhales and PleA Carolyn Pooloy' Mary Parriih.UNI Ch..,., Omlili' SM me. room. maid sirnlci. lame 100
t .. cm PI' .1114. Iud IIobl._. '" ansi.q I llnoncine. The J=I'ltm' TO PLACE YOUR MULTI. LeveL I I Flrtt Sf Tel 112-1311 ANONEW 5ls APTSAlrcondltloned In" table end teblit end lompi..
2)1 SW 2nd Placa.
Fhone 3'12.14O). a balh' wI .'. '
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PIRIPLACI. HOMES .... our : :r"ra I Ills bettit terri Call 3760814.
I, I ,". t both itvdy double" cor- booutlful brick fireplace .homotborfioodi. LOVeLY HIW I .III Homo soon SUN RENTAL wool.. I i.iOO attend MOMS IN.VitutntS M fo floon, modern fIIml"" .. Only ROOM AND COOeD, T. port f.m.n, CnIIt-In kitchen, I usoco"lent Northarit outgo.cant. ionklnq .....m.. Loks. 11505. Ho qu.lllyl. S mlnutoe from Unlverilty' on ..1 em home Meld' eorvlco. Nomeconking DISCOUNT
.hoot, Mofl A-C scion Quellty"built'fey T. eoestruellas. 55b5c$ WANT ADS South No children ., lit. tfmo. Phone FR 1-161
IR 1 both
I/M dn. IM mo. 41 JO .. "Mill O. Zntrouer cuitom t u I IleII,. docOrsIloel.. Acri"i0l1: ,". PINLIY ARIA 4 MERRY Cell 174-7UI 37<-ns*. PRICES
h I T... lud IIobl._. FR I-"... 31"_. ..,. by """.,. Cell FR 0.55* on quiet died end sProut" Centre 51 Otfi...D... Span.PO$55tT55d0OF'Tst -
hId 1/00 down
hal. y.rd. Only OVILY CV'RU' A "tI las.
......< ..............................' ........ MO CJUALICYINO 0. qoillIlad PNA buy. limn ere .h.(Srlck In this horn.1, LIho. S SeMI S I" 1Iou... 1IIn I. u.. W* undersell everybody.HENDRIX .
t litter Him 3 IR 15 Houses for loin Cl end otftcaIPKO
i'C. new 1 both home Sal. turn Mature idclt r 000115 Call.ply.
,... How end located In llttiewooq : me NW em it. cm ve.to .
l i Oh to Llttlewood School Ton HIGHLANDS a Is S bath I Irooms. ChoIrs InolosnIlal location. FURNITURE CO.
,.... floa,.. off white wills, .MIZI us "'N OFFERThIjj CholcI .Isighborhood, 511.. .,... Cell Cherlle III.,., FR 4-4471. ? a, mutt.FPESHLV NW )th Ave, et tom It.WELBILT .
Move in by Jan. 1st boiutllul drepio dreemy etches, .mlly .room I IN. ... HO. MOVe IN. .
1 bo'h. .aro.d office
Co "' tpocetor
,::1.. Central' h... inS .1,, condhtlgnhn, ,. lei bacis yard. Cintral ....". .pa.ill. XMAS ) Nicily ROOMS' ...AND....,. Call BATH apartment, rent Upiteln, with t ttelrweyt ,pertmenl gil lllo Itove, eiicellent, 4 bu,condl.tlon ....,.
Pay 11000 sAd 1111 air" DOWN S Clad
Illume 5235
pen CoodlIlSoin.. bull l" CIII.pa ,
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;: Inel, taut SlId Inwrinc. .ibInl' Wa ..' ms 2JOI H. cost. Only $47 tr.r.porn.. la futlvi In WIt lerge end IP*. FR6-5821 end aIr end conditioning one .elevitor, fum.heeling oet .... Ph.' 37HMI after. S M

j Be eligible for Homeiteod Exemption. ;ph POIJOV,. Reellar II W. SIlo St. or Clll 374-4747. Includes lion : .. i '. home with 1 IR 1 bath .,..... parking' .,... evillebie.Phone ...m.CLI"N.
UnIV. :I74-115t. 'In Norttwoit Ne.rexpontlvo LR, OR end family room wily ,
: : SELL AT R I bath 4< Unlurnlihed Apt. Norwood Hopi. FR "'!al. UMd ,." ...,.10" for
COST hornet. IMMROIATI' flnplice ...., olio, .,.VO. IrMiert It wntvtn
I IR CCI im, .. m NW lection, lowly, new SIN Home In Milort tICUIITYlUILOIhO .
OCCUPANCY.: WOPK
: Limited Number of '55., Intoritote ,I. 100 a 120- Vied' 0........ 1'10 ml. S of cemput on MAKe *o orso TO ALL: I IR. opt. like, new. quiet' .... lIes w. unlvenlty, .... Pint Cine MAKH REPAIR Cell FR 53002.HOIPOINI .ON All
J lurrounded with, Llguitrum hedge 441. looutlful Cads 'rounds $0055 A rstrd
wooded loIs fort CALL : Oftlee Space Air cond. oievetor
Kite' woo 9IM reduced now to ii. will negotiate orl... Drive HOLIDAY tarn, .Cot,. sir nod. I hilt, Ills en-nreef ...'11.... Jenifertervlce '
A HAPPY .... .
COMPLETE HOMES MM equity and like u, around any time. 17M334: or m. 378-1521 II' 3533 'W 21111 A... Phalli I ...l1.1115. CHI FPJ #4M 3D" electrH rer.ge 'In good cenelHO .
372153'
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: poymontt Cell 374-I3M _., FR M4lt.NO __ FR70i'
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FRED Myrtle Lowlier teener MARY 41 Main far Rent Furn.So .

$10 Down FORDYCEFEATURES wm I. (Rill) HarrIs I AiwcleteId ,
: ARNOLD luillt AitoclotoJWK F55"hNT I U house iunnl.iu.d.,
MOELLER Prank Dlckerion erCeikin 3s
VA REALTOR Oringt Like, PI*. Fhone
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REALTOR FURNISHED .tacos for rent noeiUnlverilty. ,
: |Includes| ,
SAVE MONEY EY 4 br I both horn almost MOO **. I MIRHVWill Neve boon "" .1.I 5
A... PR HIT
be 372-8404 loll W. Unlv.'
lOs
fomlly met gill OhIo I to four U'4 N. Av .
: Closing Costs ft, large famIly room corpetlng, boy W. 4th *
'I built In kitchen end Pony oin.or bedroom, i both beeuty. wife gelt NOW ONLY 15.100 GO. 3100 H. lOIN Member Multiple" Lilting Phone PR .-"SS. TRUCK

= being eligible for Homestead Exemption ....u.... CHI Fordyce 170PIP.IPLACI- a d'lII.eithweiner good" tchool end dlipoul'poach,, chlk to 'T.rrioai 11cC bsdrOOItt' two(Metedhoute both, Chime I. W. moeller Move Sharon Potter Haifa Oren S BR HOUSI. II nnllet North on

1136. I mor low price of tu.joo with famIly room centrelly end I1acnooll. Helen' lilyeit, 014' Air" conditioner' Seoul hoot.er .
eoay PleA !lrm.. 01.1 tIll Metcilte : TV Attroctive end very cum.
Low FHA Down Payments In a iris living room, I br I I-UU todoy Pool' memberihlp' i atoal Call 161.1102.IM..LL .
: bath, A-C end CH, Fie, room, oolo too Owner moved slId 19 Out .f TewR Property
I Soul M, "ft, M Flnley Area. CH watts to Mil bolos "mi I.,. I IR, CCI, fenced yord,
9 = Free Lifetime MembershipIn Fordyco J70-IU4. CHRISTMAS" IIsCl homo Pod ...,cIIo,. bll TV aolonos. 72G HW 35'h P0.
Spent
CHARMIN4' In OtIs" lovely" Skyline Htlghtt J. W. 101. $000 _.. bal. 160 ""I\; Psit, .11-332"

=: Club Home t* ".. lOom, I .br t bath, homo cm. bo ,yeurg : you actplooplip. 5005 51,000. 1IanCI *.UI1.. rC511 I ,
Carol Estates Swim Will II5000M.ohlcily hirnlthed. CHI
Fabulous Mir the Boulovord' 50.. LR to carpet' KIRKPATRICKMcKINNEY '
control elr, lergo 44-3343: In Mlcenopy SALE!
end OR 11...,scion 0 hardwood light kitchen ...11
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Monthly payments from $82 1 Includes all. floor 'In excellent condition' for Jnuory fomlly room lit, one polio. Buy "before 11 N. Mal ;;,.... PS .110. 40 lualnaai Propertlt 1 IR. kltchin and dining, rm. *.mblmtlen .
E: only" SIXOOO. Clll Ferdyc 17*. got Homoilnd llv. room 'Saul. Ida.
5236. Immpiion. SJ7/MO with extra porch, gerege, utility ..... and
Phone 3767971HUGHEDWARDS good lermt GOOD BUY both "houu on Silver L..... 170mo.

TO GREEN IIII' 0 W oossd P..P Wen.rooming permenml or III..... till
FORDYCE Juno 11. PR ttti
See tOil buns cell JMW. N w. dlrfuI -II 0 I sAcs er KeyitoneH.nnii .
: [ i loMiion, .,... to ohopplng I DEATON houte good .Ntos.o. 471-4154. ,
AHOCIATIl, "
INC.NE Orso. ..INC. church end ......, but Them mont for builnell, property ill I br turn home tor rent.POROYCI CORVAIR
RfAL Foreyce. .lIor hoOp bedroomi I bothi, con RIALTORS Unlv." A.... If ,._'.... callNorwood ASSOCIATIS INC.
t : Died lonki IITATI CONSULTANT trol elr, poved ." .... only no. Hope, 174-130 tia W. Unlv 1741734f 60 Pickup Vary dean 1295

15th Street fr 28th Ave. lapiN Bouldoit" Proncn Horvey .Hough...,.. eo Ttvmi. with, FHA or Conventional CORNER,.. bodroem LOT- I bath home In WILL' IUILD end loot to .... URNISIOID h..... in Lalls. Was.ton. 1H.:

0 C. Soy Dudley OouldM' Th tlroctlv Soumwoif ..... Thi..aoclOUt proved tonont a new ethos. t* $125.00a :
f" ipKlflcitlont, on M P toned
w Unlv. J7HJJI your
ALl. mldonc, wOOS men lot Incited en Nl lit ..., 0 bike. .1 I lao. wsll Ie wall dlrps..
fleer
of tool of
..u....Notiho.... OtIitinaa Ie ins'. Irlsods SIts Ohio tooce::11IOI.hHlurtM,I'Iuits a tiperite d In.litgraom from City Hill Cill J7JIJI7 ox .ItId NI 21..

i i's Rv Controlly end fomlly hilled room with end 372 3553. IR t Path" Cypreit .....11.., CHEV

t ]ES ARNOLDRIALTY air flropleco" _''II""""" ThIs home It edtiilvoiv .. 42 tttmt ft AcreageII home with lid, brick flrepiece.Purn. ton Pickup,
: COMPANY lilted with Mem I a n lygreen. or un,",".
Multiple Lilting Member. Inc. Cell, W-Ull. :zoo aclils 11h a"'U" ..d iIjIii. MARY MOELLER, Realtor M'/2 body 1745

lilY W. U"'.. A... J7J-JJJI .:..;.. Good lions orlc' rissOly ._.__10I, W Unlv PR 4-4471 roar fI..s,
Auoclotei, FINLEY ", .
Jono Coldwoll' J. J. actual I
t And Bu Jim Snepoard lob Kaikmon jail en 'dial, home for a large 41 Ho"... for list Unfurn.oSoBNEloBg.o'R'riooB. miles. -
Home :sin ess '. W. 51,0g. Jimmy ,_ fimtly who lieedt lots of room. Aerot soil, paved nod laloOM
Waltoe I Iosdatl 4 III. 1 bath Fie. rm, ConlrelHoot. MARY MOELUER Realtor : 'dote

I Idoolly MoNad within I 101" W. Unlv. FR 0447)U f* Ie....,. sod mopping' .... ?.
EASY TO BUY blocks of me school ,." ee: I IR, fenced yard, lioo per ..... FORD
; Mortgage Broktiev This chermlng. I IR. I both .homo ttroott 'looutltul' .'. ecree el nicely' wooded lend Phone 111J580.UNPUIINISIOIO.
Roofing In the This property la In e col I entcondition pour Medlcol' School 4 ho- 62 ton custom cob 1295
PInloy miss con be bount :
Priced undir 011,000 I pIth, Oood tnvetnnont end only I'' I IIOROOMHOUII
.. MOSTOAGS MONU for only" .001 loon and 1101 Cen be PItA flnonced with, lowdown em dowo IM ptr monlh' SI lOIN 6 ehaul. V. 8,
'i I I per cent ....... Terma ItH C. L.Centrectar HARRtLt per Lovely month.yird Kltchon I The luVTiflho la .........'- ." u. Mm you POROYCI a AlSOeiATli' INC. Tor. CHI FR ..nn.I R6H.

i : Soy veera- mILD CIII- MPINAKKe Foe ell', IsIS your us rooting sllyIln5.. needo and PSp5550 year at ,,001I. Call now to .... StIll buy. Cad tine FR propeity..611. .....,* yen Old W U""..RIALTOR y"" ..1 ': Heat IIOROOM, loam 1Iou... .t .p.hi", .s I --

Don Byre) Pit. 376-3875 -n .' ,....l!..._ DID YOU KNOW? NEWS FLASH CLOSE IN FR 6:63'5:

FHA conventlonel. at Doors Toil you "',. Vet. thIs" It newt We owe a 00) acret Improved pastorsISO I :_.., ...'u.... hoooii for. riol. DODGE
current end Valet Sin,.. leweol to 11iMrt Garage lit, I aTi p.eTTO ....,.. m.. eon be bougnt for ones to .be ImprovedM I,0llOYC. I ASlnCIATI"! INC:.
Will gieoiy' dlocuot, II III _oTCto Nl kxitlon, for only no down loii mm III mertet" veiuo. Fullyfurnlihtd acres chicken" ,_h dALTON I 5 6 'i Ion, bad motor 150
M9"PmmvI. ,.,
I :: obllgelkM, Clll tomorrow and CM per macro Corner lot. Send condition: .- d'iacrespsocutlmoniCall I 526 W. U. 376-1:131:
good body.
J. W. HIRKPAIRICK.' PeHWII :cods es C reeoire. Hovmg gor.e Fenced boa. pall letter cell aullAt per monfh Income Mrt. Itoedhemman I I ,". CCI, lirg lot. Sods hoot
\ H. Mem ... ..... FR leov S 0S AH*aoor troubieif- -cm. bolos, pits 16 Mo Mutt be told by J.... lit Winconildor I,. See et 444 NW Mlh Ave.
or after d A"'I roewneblo orient II
PeeD .. ARNMDRIAt w00050du. .. .. corns would pay you to mvottlgot Gladys, Smith. ,Raoltor' .6 .". CCI. (5150$. utIlIty ........
\ iON 17M NVK lAPS Ova 3751553 UNIVERSITYREALTY Don I Wilt CHIFRHII7.ASSOCIAfES. in W. Untvertlty Ave.MO Its. A mslrlo "' ",1-' oIly' FORD
PleA *0.0 CnHVINTIONALLOANS ocret _... PM ..... porrrt.poifure ... ..,., itS 11eI.... III lees
TELEVISION I iMofc. borne a> cablnt lies, lID pa,. Ills 4620C HW 131II C-550. cob ."
'ISIS W. UNIV. AVI ,... In St. 171-1400 or :1704340.IfDROOMS.
art-Mil luttennrniCD. Aiichua Co. V8.
J Prod hop Jeyne 6 snorts. RIZH.2395
P. M A. a Com leone "* .. J. W. Dovle, H. J. WlltthlreThomoi PORDYCI ASSOCIATIS, INC, 1 I living, room dining
PIcruRI ?ua. looser Sceclel.' Mpor till N. Mole II. .... vOn RMtrardyulllpl tie w;. Unlv. _J'4-im ,. Ut of tins.
tile
rooet both.
POROTCI a W. Kroened
AJSOCIAII1 INC "loaN porch
lie
:E. Auto Glass RiAiioPi "'..... I Via ptue ....I,..aweii.",. Specie HMD Allot W S. M I IIIIUft"" PosIts,' .* Utllng FOR sAil corn......, fvrnith Convenient to thooplng' ....... ..ton, ready to
tie W UsA>. IHITal DecoMltlonM IV t from oi n, Mclaughlin lim.iNT ed t bedroom .home on S SCIOn Wale tumiinid ...".11I. Jen. work.
/ z AutO GLoat H our only .....- rxi VARIIIV aloNe Rotty.... It.Roy Mccann, 1. c. Oevg. SIRVICI OiaOCTORY of Imd fenced end planted t* lit, "" Phone FR, HOT*

neea. ImmeWete lnilellllioi.1t Mortgage) Bankers Ill A" __ peituro grin Thlt property 1 I "'. kite _,_. HI pnmo..
... hoSe 4 ewtvory, Add I TertMikleni, w''''' at yaera II' I h.. two Small born*, end II ill. 711 Nl llth Ave. I PR | both,
boouty t oho. use ....'.... ... .11 __ salad en Foe Sprlngt Rd High Icne porch, top SIN
= MAUI DIN C IO"CI''I' cenn McNeil SPEND CHRISTMAS IN Sprlngi.T IN Nl Mil 5.. riooo. QC
11'11 "h ... 'I sines.i PAINTING witie' eilete, we mutt tell t C.II MtKlnney 0_ Int. 6 4 wheel ba\1745
renclMt I eonilitlng ofocrei. .. "J ton. ,
end mo. omer JOS sons' -
:i Auto Rtpolr > Service' "Modern Forest Pines Pom of mil property 10 Hinted die'
Pointing to peitvro groit other hash i ,

jienohc. Gores' conp;;. lot th. Soul go modmi Re.N An Excellent Colored Neighborhood mod to leanS corn ond tabeeee > Deal I With

iul. esesirs A .1OCo .... All 101,105:: 55015d.55p5 Ooth In Common County.ALSO .
WoO Goaou"iii .. ._ms| too big or m.,lt. ft n'tBookktopJnj CHEV
M ocro rench with good keuee, an
IIVI Ills Ave. PC 51501 neer Mush>: iprlngt.At I
I / 0fa The 55 I Ion dual whggtswlth 495

acre rench. lot mL on .....
= AppraIsal Service A HAIP CINTURY OMPL H BOOICKnPIN All fenn pertly plonled towm Hot bad.
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OP IIRVICI TO THI SERVICE 372.5209 witli tvt ocr taaecc* 50.psA'c I
rein S. MORTOAGC INDUSTRY DEALERWho II
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P. 0. las 701 ..... .
..101. .ITATU oPPIAIIALsusaicS PleA 4 VA NON LOANIMORTGAGES Uphol..." 11150' 5710090. PI.n 4M-US. I

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Unesco SIPS you lurnRvr* etneieiioliie Wants
Ca4
wke Can Son*. e, Property
BuUdoiingMALI. FLORIDA, INC. FR *.MO* 4M NW. IJ Tin I I
I _10H w. Unt" Ave, Tni4i"> "lAi.
I "wN.nt.d hi bsyht To
( PulMolor, _. *0'SseacSs. RtpolnRIPAIR : .... IN. rllt pItS-r.;.
014 ...... 05 .... f. firewood 011... MGAINESVILLE

.... __ $PitSd 51411154 AND ... .

I FIREWOOD. REASONABLE IIPNII3I5APIQI5 IIRVtCIUied MeCey ..IU..* I""pjet lei ** BonuS II.*. SubsoIl DEAL !

r; Drinking WItH PHONE FR 6-378) easement, team?for. ten.eo. N.. Ilk A... o.* N.I. 1SII Sr.Hv 4,000 Sq. Ft. Modcm .

= ..ijjh'1 leMi wood Sl end I*. New Mooonry Hem* .
CIIYIT"t 15011Pholi. Grinding flr Sharpening Ttm bedroom, til. both kitchen' living room, dmlng,
-: :: .......... 11II11"hi. room ond I loaye) sforog end utility room plug front convenientlylocated .

Vogni'o Sorlnoo Wolgr Co. PI $ti 1rr1lUai A itoco __ ,ecen .. porch." Built on o nice one tot complete with, plan'sand SHAW i
POW'S .1 11501j let mot* pmeing. ohoer* kmr. warehouse

Floor Cere tKMot.harpuie Kluort.....* *OlIN U klMe con of Is O** Torol H.** "ln liieJ 1..| slie t out $ 00.00 AUTO SALES

= ...ModeIiNgJ twg soul,. wood wore. twi.einw DwnpTea ooly ISO.00MwMkly corner lot &
space
PUCI; ItUNTIR. FLOORSANOINO --. .bled sass,. old ..,.._ lliHlvd.g aMwoewet IS.00f I ,
) Service It nee I* wimp 50.di .
Pierie Wo repair Ml
room
: DO YOU Haao foot Soul. MV woMM at 4>4f NW Or* UP Nod sodleN __ KIIN IMMII | la PJC.| NO r.".A.I with

I\ = or Ira PMvbe room a more*..=50* lessonS.... ._Htgje" eur_levIeS. loGe L 1OI1ot ttRINOINO' SHOP, IMJ3VERTISE N* (...,. sic n* am) rifkt to, bone a moo home parking KEETER "Northcmtrol Flo' No. I lncj.p.ncf'nt D.o|.
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= .1. CAIL-SIIN WACHINI 4.7290
; I 5011dm. Al. vice co Ill in UienmWOam. Call FR 2-4206 Phone Ft '. PHONE 3726313I
e.seiS CsIOSC$50 .
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1'-".. .. "- '" Mlrq WIM' .x00 V4 Wwon. laod. '6* CHIVY dOn 1.0., 000011, 55.
Ouf .
Di "r"w>i>or% $0001., Uf ....',... 6101. MMN .1,1 0.Nwow4N051,04' Coler M wm' wtru, wcoiwxt 10041.46a0.
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'I"'l... Af ll..Nce Co ,... ",Ole.IIOY.Pap Of bli.I Of 1111 OIVI TNI OIFT OF A LIHTIMI 3U' 00.5il CARS TRADED IN ON THE NEW
ell. NW .h NO.IOto. I11II 0.4.'fC .....pTimm0'I Ct1Ly I HAMMOND ORGAN .M FALCON, food tonelllon 1351 O" II P Al.S6F.r.iio.
'IPPIII' DOlux" 1'.tMe Ooto. D.6. G.innoIIo, ... Fir twy Homo mrr room one lone u* poynwnn of I3I.Wmgnmiy. MOTORS '
,, Phmo FR 1.15>". { 5 CADILLAC & OLDS
,..... W pry111en.rAulanrfo 1 Clido trv bu: "g b Spwso Cots I >
.pot *l_ ."' ewolk, >t.r> MOOpolnl DUeel1N0 S I Hipolnti k, m. nwo .1R III UI 100001 YOU IUY'LA"TON "IN THI AUTO GAMI-
plK '.noe .". writer C ,... .... ..UPHOIlllh I ttiroutn th vMrt. A Hprnmond $500. lARKlirS THI NAMl"
wn.tie ..'" host. .bwn. "low .. M. No "' Orow will cut yw lou M IM .60. $..e 19" VW, now paint S..apWliNry.WSW. '
110 .. .
MI p P.I lo ..... fill .N 111. 0100? 2201 N. Mom St. 64 Oldsmobile 62 Oldsmobile
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ori "M rtdliKl flroplece h lri "' ... .1<11.. .... ..... HIM othor make IIWY... 44)) North O 5011000 000011010 III $10 lit FR 2.4171
tOo, 011 h..ton fail will OII'"kIt =' All wort' Nt910 .IIIt. 65.11' II mot. PI' 1I3t6.4710 L
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fool .. WIll.li'_KMpHil( te cot 011111 lido 176 4716. Aton TARTLER.MUSIC C.. I..REP.. IPSO CHIV. M. Coo,. m .ene",i.. INOLISN: Poll ANOLIA. 98 Luxury Sedan. Old flnnt tidon.On 8) Stdan. 31,700 mllti. Cool whit
.lu.t.bldt.rell .. 1'., .1.... f.v en/.r.a II "1011. 11..It, II I Ill I* | Aw. poottrottM....luldt PMN. pnxrliWo Good ta00. $1001. ...., C.NP owner. Sold and tcrvktd by B & G. radio, Motor, and automatic tranimli
01300 _.... 0.1..11I.. on R A H now ruk S f-O71 04,00 I P.M, sod at
Ic tiorteM Ripnai 1.09M00 00. I :314.6.11beiNel II'
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table ..... 1 GW. financing.
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control lion.
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...... .*!*) _,., upholltirKelctilno .... PIANO Ml M .... IJ.IM octvol Mm CM I'IT.I'IIII. Factory air.conditiontd yor
.. halo we flume. Coil VPMMboloro lilt' wh .1.l full
511 rynlt ciulri mlieen I koybeard Eons MKlt outonic PYI ittcrlng powr
11<'" r o bedroom turnl. SINGER I LILLIAN! MUIIC ITOHl.tnciudto NI FM."" GAINESVILLE ngnol woke r radio with r.v.rb.iotion.elui $1,995
rfw" l>Blt I"" AUTO Ill II. lit It.IPICIAL 'M PLYMOUTH. $., 'JI 'O D'I I IOOS
hadWnh.f other trei
Moid. W..WWWW ,>... ZIG ZAGIoM : P$> 53 FONTIAC. Ifll .50 many t warranty
LS l{h. PHcKof. WOtobM.M -...... I CHRISTMAI UVINOIM V.I. .Ooor ...... RIM lUll AUTO SALES :5 i CMAC Imanclng.
.. 10 17I "Ic& .. III MtrclwMlw. bwntrumtnlt I'" IMITTV
NpOll,1., No _" rd <7 FORD H-lon eIcII. IIS* 1007 M. Mall 51.
Mr WeKcc10.1, .... Pwrlol 01.1' load croft ,... sad KCWWrlOd AL HUNDOW SERVICETAT.. ... f. 1.111 III YOU AT $4,195
fU/HpL..M.i anal .ft'co' 00. lIP 1.7. 00 II 0. 10 IIOY bolo DERDA MUSIC CO. til II Mh II MAWH.POWIIIMOTOR I '61 Ford
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0000. 1000.00 011,61Chins 11'00 $75. W... Jknn t C.o. 1m N $ run 1H4 Nonhcontrol Florida lnd.p.nd.nl CD.III .
00I11 FORCM I. door Illlk
< bin'l, v.nlty. Churl, M.MU MWNWn. D11 O1n.0gi4, ... 0010 "SaNry sod % ..orOfttI N. MAIN
chin crttnor brie.krM AutomotiveTRUCKS food 11_ 'im. VR M.JX"COMF1 I DNIet F" 4KMC2RA.HE Gol.xl" 2-door Md.n, V-8, radio, hear
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"iMVHIWltf MemiNeerlv FOR ... ,
.* elW "' hard of ,1" or f/bw 63 Oldsmobile
N. Furniture "'0" Mel rru". "? 1""rt *.' "'. ...... 71 fOR JALl ADYUII.a 1M Till utom.tlc trunimlulon.' On. year GW
Avs. fhon, 1 F. b!"''t *." "N lull 83 GMAC financing
Nil'f tilt mr."$ Mdan, factory al lr, warranty
l1. IIIV to ,1101411. ... .IIIYICI 1I11I1IC'T01I"I pOWP itwrlng,
1405 )1
FORD .TO. PICK UP
1'4,6. For 5.'. G'vl" Hearin' Aid ". Male, "L HERNDON IERVICI STAT Power broke Imttd glo.1. On own",.
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"OOIS. ">I6 SE 4tl S,. Sold and wrvlctd by B 6 G. On year CWwirnnty. $1195
IRACI vwrwit hr I ifirm w USED VACUUM CLIANIRS. GMAC (ln. r>clnfl.

.the.... flraf R""ot lime oiectrlc you .me.....Hue_Lu.II. Klrbvi. Noa For.loll. n"'tmiu, 14 AUTOMOIILI REPAIRS I AUTOMOIIllRIPAIRI ITf $2695
McP..IIII "umlture C,., Ollno W.'''_'' Kid OIN.-1 Hav* corWINTIPUIONOW ,
vIII. '|,"pp''''jC !W. ID WASOIN. i;.ISU your Oooinir UM CinHIT '
PADDLE .AND BRIDLI' price 01.jo" COMP IONS .ncyclop. Ito I In our molor turw-up ..... FRICII 60 Cadillac

.".Iliki' WIMIFOR air I and fully
.13. KNAPP : Hardtop Md." Factory
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C. E. WASHER 7534 lv.ningLMCCULLOCH FR i. loin AUTO A "lorvlce 516 S. MAl.N ST.S 'Impala .udan factory airy radio, htatar iqulpptd Local on* owner. Sold andS .

goad Mrtlojl/ condlllon 130. THE CORRECT Oil N. MOW It. Powtrgltd, power itMrlng power br.k.i, IOICId' by B 6 0. On. yr GW war.
014006 PK M M10VI CHAIN IAA$, new 1001371 Mr. Mr. H Mr. l
TIME IneJUy rt. rkrfkn GMAC 'InII\O.
ltd ulld. Myn Powr Tools' tlKlrie windows ind Mats, tilt itrlngwhrtl tanly.
TOYS model turnpike Roe- 2JO NI 16th .Avl. I* 23631OrCN llnt.d glut, Mat blti, 327
.. .. motor
l-JJtti .1. ** tncmAmor s-.
Oil c. Nyote for blur bob'. FR 2.1411 111 .
| n Piyor' tr.ini Whir good IVININGS 15,700 mile.. Exctlltnt condition | yr $2095
to*. rMe PR KM'. TABLE SAW-$75 CourtttyOf GW ..".ntv. GMAC financing.'
,0 YOU Mconopy 0466.3310
Our vV' .oet WI.ON 'or TIll.Ch"'IrfI" Unlvtnir ClwvnlttN. $2295 r
DUO THERM HMIW I OT 65 DODGES
50110$ and t1' New ,i I' biooon loo ,.,... tmk power sod. M<," M. *t I6tk AT*. I I IS IT THESE AUTHORIZED
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PROPANE u' 00. ll nd 30 onion not wittr tMitCompliip 60 Oldsmobile
ARCNOI ROADp14.3111 ISO. UH17I. Yr.' 50.000 Mil.

12 cu. ft. C.d..1, Iroo'If, .' W."t I i '62 Oldsmobile Sedan One own". Sold new by J'G;
98
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".. ,...11'1", now II.... 1162, RIDGWAYRAMBLER
1964 SELECT.o.MA TIC 1100. hop WMlw.dry anew Warranty Dealers traded In on 6J Cadillac. Alr-eondl.
AulonoiK Ilj 7 g. lot Itiin I. nation, nctiunt conditlm, now I SEE THE"DODGE I 98 Town Sedan. AlNcondltlontd. crulu tlaned, lctrle .window outonic *y.. I
",,,'h' ,'m. P- .buttcnlwlM' lmcy OK. m\, $10 I mitclilnf loll I control, .lie trie wlndowi.' I year GW
financing.
IHKhffc ixillqi.., tnonogrini, BOYS" e & G MELTOH year GW. GMAC
coon wax/ iwl IM FII MHO ,
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without in.."".. '". MM ptr IINGIR cobin" _Int ", Ceinetvllle'l L.." MOTOR CO IHe. MOTORS i
month .r t.I, 0.10. $001 (004 I tion.. V | POOLEGABLEMOTORS 1001 NW 13th Str..t 701 N. Null S" .., I $52,295, $1,395
RAMILtR DEALER
N.IK'''i'l ....,ln< MtchIM' C.. .1oo. I''% 010k 13.50. .
PR 1-.11 FR .1571I
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111 W, UnlV.A_ >.. 37HU5KIMIN6TON P R 1.2150. 1132S.
FIN"L. eL.OSI OUT 00 ...
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and UnW
wood ",.n..' tviMwrinr, MSIIS I 35 can. .pr oi. ",II. MAIN ST. CRANE POOLEGABLELincolnMercury i '62 Oldsmobile
iTOvK pmlKMr, IM wingback nn sr. Oldsmobile
119 SE. 1ST AVE. 59
offal' 'IO. VKUUKI M, in HARPER PAINT CO. 3728433r : MOTORS '
I7H 1M'"'. A p.m. WMIIIUVI.WOOD 88 Hardtop coup One "owner Sold and
l7 .4313- ,
306 1ItUti Av.. IIItSt fit :'" rvtccd by B ft G 23.030 mlInterior. +I.I. While
FOR I"L' ."1 dtilwyliurcntwd 69 fuel Oil Woods - ---- 7 4 I 89 OMimobll. Traded In on 6) Oldf
await with red Power
pnct.piwni itecrlnej, power mobile. Power ittering brakii. I yar
F* IS9S1. braKei. (1-year GW 'GMAC
fl.
P'I, RlWOOD for $shi' any warranty. GW. GMAC financing.
SINGERRound 101000 cui to .nII Call ..S.I... HAWES.POWERS RIDGWAY J nanclng
bobbin good condition In O' 403-7133 Irlce Lumber I Wood MOTOR COMPANY I IZ04
COMPANY MOTOR
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1011 noli* button hole Mlb N. M.I. St.... 1132 I. M.I" S..1t
T. .r M pw "'.. Nutlotitl! Iw fit I.UII PR 1.1411
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Av. 3MJ55.

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) lrH, 111 DPI Orytr. "" GW EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED AND IN MG M.chenlcolly sound Needs some trim and body workto
.
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/ IMOF FK VUSI 2001 NW Ulh St. 'Al MOST STATES THROUGHOUT THE bo ,In A-1 condition. NADA book value) $690. So r ASpoclol

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MILTON MOTORS BROWN I PONTIAC. IHC. Arlh.el..1
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only! Full Prita 'foe THE NO. 1 DEAL
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models All priced to tail!






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Reg. or Edro Light WINES Gr *.OUIWONC** j jl
VD Str. Kentucky
G2IL Brut 519 fifth VODKA Y 0 TK. Bourbon
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QunantIntiJ/ 1.89 RedPink.WhiteBordeoiixIMP. .,i FEDERALRESERVE

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KY. BLEND Reg.53948.95 Coie5THS
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H .d 599 fifth
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Piper el .. .. S99 k' .
3 12 50'
''I Mr. Boston 59 NOW 2 GAINESVILLE STORES!!

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Egg Nog 5TH 110 NORTHWEST 6TH STREET
CENTRAL PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER r95
LAMPLIGHTER IMP ENGLISH WINN DIXIE NEXT DOOR TO JUG VODKA3
GIN 3 5ths 1395 T. W. Samuels SHOP.CENTER. G. C. MURPHY'S TABLE WINES REGINA 5THS

5TR. KYBOURB. VISIT OUR NEW STORE Bottled ot the Winery ;in Calif.
6 YR. 79 SAUTERNE J% .M\r.r T.M
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REG. 4 95 FIFTH HYWAY 17 100 AT THE "Y" BURGANOY *.* *
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WHITE The Soft
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HORSE
ChareooI Filtered ie'SM ail j REG. 95
Reg.49041.88 CoteCointreau StrRBOURBON IMP, J 1ARflfrS 5.20 44 COM
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I lUG. 'JQ954O 7.35 /I Cat
5,19 Co l CHERRY KIJAFA HIRAM WALKIM'S IMP. FRENCH BRANDY HOUSE Of
: a' Made With REG. 3.15 PRIVATE CELLAR BiTi1
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KY. BLEND I I BRANDY _
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86' BLEND DESSERT CANADIAN

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DRY GIN Whit Port KING SIZE REG.4.95- NEW YORK STATE

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REG. 319
R".es.tN.9.s s'' "'t"" "' Port 6.50 3 Sth.12's CHAMPAGNE "
JOSE' PEMARTIN L1
ITALIAN CHIANTI

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: 50 YR. 4.99 REG. 2'Fifth FOR LESS AT ABC


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