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Title: Gainesville sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1963)
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Human Flood ? S.ttaka E f l A (1&aiut5uille Sun





To Fla. I 1L4r

89th Year, No. 148 GAINESVILLE, FLA., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1964 NEWSSTAND PRICK looIM
ON' wile DOILY AND euNDAy
MMM Srs-W MOMS DIUVIRSO .me
Airlines Gird


For New RecordMIAMI


API-Travel) author. Names
Wes predicted today this will be Bryant ,9 Regents
the biggest season Florida ever
had with a virtual human flood ,
of visitors pouring Into the state

by land and air. ,
Eastern, National and Delta
Air Lines put on more than 200 "
extra sections to take care of

the crush. A spokesman for National Stirs Row With Burns

is full.said""every plane comingIn Up

An Eastern spokesman said

traffic was especially heavy .-. ..;r

coming in from New York and -.
Chicago, with 50 extra sections *

added during the holidays. In Change
all, Eastern figures to have Didn't Ask GOV. BRYANT
about 83,000 seats into Miami Dell Asks SpiritOf Are his choices final?

during the holidays.
"You just don't get a seat on Made In Resignations ;

a plane to Miami," a National
representative said, adding that TALLAHASSEE (AP) Cov. jr CooperationSam
his line had put on 80 extra sec- Elect Haydoa Burns said Monday
1st List .i
tions. be has not asked for reilgaatlons +tt tTirr
"With more planes than ever from anybody. T. Dell, Gainesville attorney named by Cov, Farris Bryantto
in service," he added, "it will a nine-year term on the new Board of Regents, said today the
certainly be a record influx during TALLAHASSEE, (AP) The incoming governor, who y r new panel must alt down with Cov.-clect Haydon Burns "in a
the holidays." Gor. Farris Bryant takes office Jan. 5, said reslg- 4, spirit of cooperation."
A Delta spokesman said X ex- made one last-minute nations were coming from appointive Dell said It is too soon to comment about the regents board,
tra sections were put on to Miami change today in the nine- officers ".. a matter and what action It might take concerning the controversial university .
alone. He reported a flurry member Board of Resents of courtesy." trimester system, which: has split Burns and Bryant.

during Dec. 18-20 of college students and the new group to operate He said he had. intention'' "This is a wonderful opportunity to serve the university system
and another heavy rush of the state universities was ap- ao of the state, and an honor which I deeply appreciate," said
traffic starting Dec. 23. proved by the Cabinet un- of any wholesale discharge of the 12-year-old Gainesville lawyer
animously.The career employee after he be- "It is certainly too soon to make
"It looks like we will set an any more specific comments
all-time record," he added. action week comes governor. BURNSBrink's than that"
came one
The Sunshine State Parkway, before Cov. Bryant will turn .. Dell, a Gainesville native, served 24 years as Gainesville city:
principal artery leading Into Mi- over the office to Coy elect -- --- munlties'attorney and In a similar for other Alachua

ami from north Florida, broke Burns and the appoint.mente t
Haydon ,
all records Sunday with $67,- caused controversy Ho Is a member of the state St. Augustine Historical Restoration
some
39445 pouring through the toll between them. TheftIn and Preservation Commission; Is a former chairman of the Flor Sam Dell
gates. ida Development Commission, and past president' of the Florida GAINESVILLEJVIne
Charles Barner, director of Bryant appointed Fletcher T. (See DELL on Page 2)) Year TermRobert
tolls for the Florida Turnpike Rush of Orlando to the board

Authority, said never before had for a three- year term, in place IJiograpliics
so many auotmoblles used the of Chester E. Whittle, also Or DuplicateCHICAGO t' *

superhighway in a single day. lando. In Uric a .w
"Overall in December there Bryant told the Cabinet Whittle
has been an Increase of 411 per had bowed out because per
cent over 1963," he sail ..Jlo... sonal considerations "made It (AP) Brink's Inc., estimated today that Marshall!) M. Cruet of Palm

ever, this figure can be slightly unwise for him to serve, and the company lost $233,000 to three robbers who over. member Beach eight and years, a lawyer,
chairman
misleading because a year ago asked me to secure a replace- powered two guards and two Roman Catholic priests in Florida Installment Land of Sale the
one section north of Orlando to ment." a church rectory. Board and
member of
Wildwood had not been openedto Bryant noted that Burns has The robbery at Divine Savior church Monday was a Board of Governors a of the Flor the
virtual replay of last week's
traffic. expressed reservations about
ida Car Association. 4
In the five days ended last Bryant's appointment of the half-million-dollar holdup at a of them removed the guard's ,F 6
Sunday the turnpike took in board. But he said church in Paterson, N.J. Jacket, donned it and, averting 9
$262,713.35111 tolls, at an the AS. Genet, president I of his face
averageof "I have assured him that gained entry to the Robert M. Morgan of Miami
about |L30: per vehicle. Board of Education, of whichhe Brink's, and Donald Hoagland, loded truck from the unsuspecting ,
'> from the Florida vice president, said In a Joint seven years, certified public socointont
Troopers Brink'sdriver
will be president, Is Interested chairman of the RacIng -
Highway p.tzolsald traffic during In Florida's education, statement the loss WIt "onlyan Inside the gunman took over" .Commlsiton chairman of'
the weekend was "extra and with you he can take such estimate" and that a. more the vehicle: and let hi an accom the Advisory Board .f UK Umlscy -
.
?. heavy, especially southbound." actions as the board desires." accurate figure will"be available plice. "Twy'' held the driver at Hopkins Vocational High

He added, "I believe you will "lat tomorrow. gunpoint while driving away School Miami, member of the
China Attacks'Intervention' find these gentlemen anxious to Hoagland said "a very large front the rectory as the third Citizen'Board of the Universityof Marshall Criscr
serve under your leadership." portion of the loss was In checks man followed In the car. Miami, and the board of advisors Morgan
The nine members appointed, probably recoverable. He ....1. the Paterson, 7th graf ll ot the University of 7ttI- PALM HEAC1I MIAMISeven
effective Friday, Jan. 1, Included would not estimate how much In the Paterson robbery, three ami School of Business, and a Eight Year TermjjiIII Year Term
: of the loss was In cash. The gunmen wearing Halloween director of the government research
TOKYO (AP) Communist Sam T. Dell of Gainesville, funds were Insured, he said masks robbed a bank truck council of the Greater
China charged today that Presi- nine years; Marshall M. Crber The gunmen Invaded the while It was picking! up the Sunday Dada County Chamber of Com-
dent Johnson's administration of Palm Beach, eight yean; church rectory In suburban Nor- collection at St. Anthony's mores
demonstrated during 1964 that it Robert M. Morgan of Miami, ridge, on Chicago's northwest Catholic Church. The bandits
"has adopted a policy of naked seven years; Payne Midyette of edge, tied up two priests and made off with the truck containing .
intervention by violence In Latin awaited the arrival of the
Tallabasee, six yean: members 1311,000 after binding! four I
America"Peking's of the outgoing Board of Brink's truck, making rounds priests and guards who entered w
New China News of customer collections. When Payee II. Mldyttle of Tsllahauee w
Control: Baya Harrison of St. the rectory to pick: up the mon
Agency said the ouster of Brazilian Petersburg, five years; Dr. the truck arrived, they ambushed ill years, an Insurance
President Joao Goulart Wayne C. McCall of Ocala; a guard, slugged him ey.Joseph W. Tottlngham. assist executive: who served In the
last April was a good exampleof and tied him up and drove the House of Representatives from ty 1htI'ayle
four years; Rush, three years; ant manager of Brink's Chicago Y
what happens when "one Leon County from W4 to 1947, (
truck
away.
Cert H. W. Schmidt of Jacksonville office, said he was unable to
tries to break away from the The gunmen wore halloween and a member of the Tallahassee
two years; and John C.P.c. estimate the amount stolen
US. economic attain real and ski hood. City Commission.
grip, masks a
He said
of Pensacola, one year. Monday. It was a
independence: and safeguard Alter they tied up the guard v
national interests." (See REGENTS. Page 2)) and priests in the rectory, one (See BRINK'S en Page II) .



$6 Billion Shot in the Arm Is Planned Bays professor, five Harrison years of, a law lawyer St.at 9tUofl Petersburg visiting \

I University and past president of I ,
the Florida Bar Association. ; Midyrtte /JViy Harrison

For 1965 Economic Health by JohnsonO Current tw term chairman chairman, and DM ef only the TALLAIIAS/KK IIT. PETEnsnuna

Ibis Year Term 1" Year Term
Board of Control and a member -

Jfrtti fork amuse forecasters believe the economy total unemployment much If at growth of federal revenues from since July, list 7

By EDWIN L. DALE JR. wul be strong in the first half all the corporation and personal

of the year without help from However, as the outlook now come lax. With high economic .

Johnson's WASHINGTONPresident for additional government stimulus. shapes up it should be another growth next year, these taut A ,
program Kit With the help of stimulus lathe for the win/ bring In about *8 billion
good year economy
Is expected: to provide I very Dr. Wayse Co.fcCaU 01 Orals
year second half, growth could worrisome fads more to revenue, subtract I la g ,
The main
about billion of stimulus for well be brisk an year. However ) that much from private purchasing four rears, a dentist, a memberof
the national economy' an of It the total growth for the tor is the possibility el a steel : power. the Southern Academy ef

after midyear year may not be quite as largeas strike. Oral Surgery and a past president
The President's program U of the Central florid
this W bWloa.Thus .
year's
While final decisions have not Many private forecasters likely to mean a deficit of about Dental Society/ On the Board ef

been made, It Is probable that It will be difficult: If have predicted a slowing/ down t) billion In the regular budget Central since July 1, JStt
12 billion of the stimulus will not Impossible, to reduce the In the economy' to the second though the exact figure Is not

come from reductions: la excise unetnploy merit rate further next half of the year, or even a re settled.fiscal The deficit k for the curTest I
estimated at
taxes and the rest from higher :year. The rate is now ( percent cession. However, these fere- year
billion.
137 rtrWlIi' T, Hash Orlen -.
federal spending casts were made without arty r
no biographical details
or pictures'
clear knowledge of the stimulus An excise tat cut of U billion '
The higher spending win DOt The problem k created by a to be provided by the federalgoverment. the moot likely flgare. immediately avaMJe.
big Jump In the number of teenage ..f.1I'ayitie.
be only in the regular er "ad- would mean elimination of more
ministraUve" budget' which Is boys and girls expected to than a score of taRt Including McCall Girl Schmidt
from enter the labor force. The economy The K blDJon of stimulus will .
expected: to rise this year's the retail levies on cosmetics, OCALA JACKSONVILLE
$ 7J billion to about fin Wlaw. could create LS million wipe"out what is catted MGeai fun: Jewelry! slid leather goods. Four Year Tern Twe Year Term
There will be additional new Joba next :year, the same drag, me dreg on the scon- -
stimulus from the operations of as this year, without reducing easy created by the rapid But It would not town the Cant II.w, ftkM ef Jack.aoovUJe. ; .

the St e I II Security: !highway manufacturer twine tax en tee years, serer of Uw ulJind Hid
and other tra si fund" PLAIN BLUEIS automobiles,, lot the tens on Florida Tractor Equipment t.e.
programs, tf present plans are JUST tefepaoM rsus. tobacco prod. and pretidrnt of the riorMUFaurMUtk I f
Adieu
followed.Toe s els. alcohoU krmagrs ertSMltM. be. Current via Bryant
chman ef the Board ef Can
stimulus from the spending FINE FOR COPS lr.l and i member since: Julf TALLAHASSEE (Ali Cot.
side is expected to total 20, ML r.rrta Bryant end All,. Gen
about M billion. Nr York Time WIIKRE: James Kynef. having office awk
from today, received the
In the view ef the PmUent's NEW YORK Exotic suasee fer aitoawhlle colon TO FIN IT beet wishes and commend
Mist ......... MM k flat for
advisers, a total economic scion sick aa Alaskan er may twos triton their fallow Cabinet
.
ala Hbillloo, starting to enter Uaaalatinc aria ..... bet they are a headache U police Comics . 'M members
the a a Uti ', spending trying' to identify a atein vehicle! ; Job c. Pare el Pnsaeela,
stream after mid year, should Classified . .1517fiterteium one year, retired hunter mm- Secretary of Slate Tow
eaougk le keep the economy F.I." reason ... Motor Vehicle: Department has Jest live and member el the board Adams, expressing he Ca
be growing strongly.Tbe appealed U awtorttU to fertfc the fancy ..... sad ..* 10Okittwrtet el electors el the 1C fefts P* j binet's Hunks/ I.r Brysnfs

write fas a aiaspU titer name when they fill set their. WWrtgMratlra . .. 2Opimie per C*. M he Board ef Contril leadership and week, said there
skmulus wul be applied ...IIcaI...... state Bept 3', 1X1. bad ken snme difference:
as the second hal. ef the year feje . 4 .J
variMM members, but
the sew budget year Tke departs***! rrtd car swains U stkk .. standard among
begin because July L Excise tn retfueum ceJors. a* Mack, brews, MM sad gray, and at .. one s,.... U. II John Pace that a3: were .... result ef eonvfctxM -
would' be effective the* any of Ike 117 exa4k ap....,... bled fcy ataaaafaetnueripIf and last the Cabin
aM lilt spending riM WIJUId bell a car ks te-t.....- Mb cobrs skWd M Rated tlsiaiply W.,.. 4 PE.VSACOLA remained an effective, bard

tbea. VTrteaDj! e3 economic Ue department sale 0.. Year Terat workJitf group.


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I .1. : .1 GoinllYille Sun Tuesday_, December---e.19, 1964 I



PEOPLE in NEWSBriefly. UN Averts Weather Roundup Lists Duval Has

Finally

Showdown Needs ForSchools Italy I



Over DuesUNITED A New PresidentROME

ZONES C 161

NATIONS, N.Y. JACKSONVILLE (AP-More They him
gave
factor.
decisive
A Sar.
Portly cloudy s.d littlorm :
(AP) The United Nations ... .r ttirougn WodnoMoy wltH con.oldorobio state funds for schools and In- (AP) Giuseppe total of 646, well beyond the
.
General Assembly agreed today tot ..lgIIl. Low tonight toKM local agat, M, first Socialist president a
Hlgn W_., M to 74 loMond creased support are among faith to 482 necessary.The .
to a plan to wind up its yearend oouthont,. Sinai I to U nllM"B ..urrH financial recommendations State in Italian history, sworn four parties In Moro's
constitution
business without a showdownover C Fair through Wed- r Sen. John E. Mathews' committee the nation and the thundered coalition Christian Demo
salute
y the Soviet Union's voting nesday. Low tonight in the 40s. urges to combat the costs today as a 101-gun from the Ja- crats, Socialists, Republicansand
Rome
[rights. High Wednesday 70 to 75. of Duval County public educa- over HilL Saragat'a Democratic Socialists -

Under the formula, announced East to southeast winds S to tion.The niculum foreign could have elected
to the 115-natkm assembly, I 12 miles an hour. state increases, If accepted : The portly former Saragat, but about 150 Christian
office
.N teats to become vacant on the 0 Partly cloudy "'.....I w....... by the Legislature and the minister took his oath of Democrats turned In blank
doy. Low tonight wound U Modimdoy erect before a
High standing stiffly
U.N. Security Council Dec. 31 ...., 70 Northooir to nut governor, would help the school Parliament ballots.It .
would be filled wlndi t to II itiilot ... Hour.e of all 67 counties. combined session of
by a private poll systems
r. a, tt, i rur, throughwodimdoy which elected him to aseven.year was a double defeat for thee
of delegations to be conductedby low tonight a la a .1n rru Among the Mathews committee' Democrats Italy'slargest
High' w_., 71 to U. Northmt to term Monday on th Christian ,
the assembly president, Alex .... WIIMO I to 11 5.11..5 hour. .Y recommendations to the Christian and dominant party
t Polr through WodnoMoy .Low 21st ballot. He succeeds
Qualson-Sackey of Ghana. LegislatureThe :
(c tonight Mar r* on Itw boodwo M Democrat Antonio Segnl, since World War n. They failed
of The Council election to U Inl..... High Woonoidoy noor to.Northooit .
Security n MM wirxtt s to U mlln GAINESVILLE WEATHER State pay the full cost who resigned because of illness. to elect Giovanni Leone their

and adoption of a resolution authorizing r on K""'-.,.,.1, through W_.,. Low Municipal Airport of driver education training.(Du The 13 bitter days of ballotingleft official candidate, and they

some spending after tonight noor 70. Hlgfl ttoonotdoy floor readings for 21 hours to I val County paid (35,000 towardthe Christian Democratic Premier couldn't keep Communist votes

Jan. 1 were the main obstacles HP.II mum Northooit... hourTSMPIMTUIIIS to. nut winM wound a.m today: High 72 degreesat program the past year.) Aldo Moro's centerleftgovernment from being decisive. The result
4. to recessing the assembly. It is SLSIWHIISH 3 low -The finance underlined the shaky position of
p.m.; 46 at 2 a.m.. state completely ridden by rivalry
4 expected to finish either later I Jockmvlllo n &a PKO. Rainfall none. textbooks for all, with the and In danger of collapse.Moro' the divided party.

today or Wednesday morningand Mloml 7. 70 ALMANAC proviso that a study be made to Christian Democratic II Popolo, the Christian Democratic
until Jan. II. Tompo 41 MAtMnto aunt .... . .
adjourn today S:311 o.m.
y M 17 lunrlw tomorrow .. ... 7:U ..... determine if paperback textbooks party was badly spliLAlthough organ, warned today of
Now Orlooni
r QuaL on-Sackey told the assembly 1..1... n 04 n It MoonrlM tomorrow. .. .. 4 17....... would be economical Saragat Is pro- the "grave phenomenon of internal
he would conduct the Woinlngton Now 'York :M M 14 "OMIHUT Now Moon CONnTuILArtoNJ Lt -Adult and vocational education NATO and anti-Communist, the Indiscipline,. about which

proposed poll in his office, and Chkogo" 11 IICIDAI u Ylal Olson L., In PLAn1TsJuplor .autMnf '" .... t41: ,.11I, be separated into two cate Communists' 253 votes were thIn e the party must make an atten.

announce the results during the ,......, !.lilY ot TIOIS HIM i.... ond nature, oot hlg, ..yorh.M......... ....... S 0.10 51 ,r.5....'. gories. One would be programs I live and severe examination of
afternoon. 'Oil. r.5.. low. ot '.01 a..,. ond 457 to.-.. high 0,1,11.5....... au:: ...... 1 taken toward high school diplomas conscience."
The between ,5. VIII., rlr. ...... ... ... .51..11I.. The II
only contest was and publicly financed. The, The independent newspaper
Jordan and Mall for the seat other category would be nonessential -I Messaggero commented that

being vacated by Morocco The More About [ courses for vocational "Christian' democracy must
AP wirophoto to mt Kn
Netherlands, Uruguay and Ma- training or cultural activities, to rediscover its unity, lacking

laysia were unopposed for the be made self-sustaining. which It loses Its function as

Dodge Widow to Marry other seats to be filled. I Bd. of Regents I Mathews' committee also proposed CapitolWASHINGTON I democracy's stronghold and as

I The effect of the recess was to legislation applying to Du the party of the} relative majority.
Gregg Sherwood Dodge, 41, widow of auto multi postpone a confrontation between val only for public accounting ."
millionaire Horace Dodge Jr., confirmed Monday abs United (AP) Sen. Saragat Is an exponent of cen-
the States and the I 'of internal school accounts via
would Daniel D. Moran former New York From Page 1 A. S. Mike Monroney of Oklahoma
a
marry both
Soviet Union over Article It of ..... !newspaper advertising; allocation ter-left government, by
City policeman. The two are pictured in her Palm believes the race for the
the U.N. Charter which commitment and as a memberof
provides The varying lengths of terms nystem.Bryant. I of money for a state junior assistant Senate Democratic
Beach home.LATEST. for the loss of the Moro Cabinet. Political
voting Jacksonville
college
was to the board at without
necessary put I and Bums conferred leadership will end with his own
rights for countries two years in decreasing any state funds for experts speculated that some
CHEERS on nine-year staggered terms, for nearly two months over the selection as a compromise. !
arrears in paying assessments. with a different member's term I.appointments after said public education in grades 1-12; arrangement may emerge In

I Robert L. Y e n a f, resign. .Comedian Bob Hope played The Soviet Union and six other expiring each year. Burns will he would take Bums's Bryant and an annual conference of Monroney said In an Interview which the Communists would

ed Monday as vice president of nine holes of golf and then puton Communist countries are In this appoint successors during his into consideration recommendations school and public officials In the Monday the contest is a close play a strong role in a center-

..,.... .. the Curtly a 90-mlnute show for American category. term of office. because Bums would have to county on school plans. one among three senators left regime.
Pub lishingCompany airmen and their familiesIn Diplomatic sources said no With approval of the board of work with the board of regents I The committee also proposeda John 0. Pastore of Rhode Island President Johnson cabled congratulations

and Manilla today. progress was made Monday toward education, the secretary of state But, despite repeated meetings r law guaranteeing Duval's Russell B. Long, of Louisiana to Saragat, but un

as publisher of settling that dispute. They i Issued commissions, putting the the two men could not' share of race track taxes for and Monroney. official reaction at the State Department

J Jack and Jill, said Secretary-General U Thant nine men officially into office agree. schools. The' total was $220,000this ( was tinged with res

Curtis' c h 11- might appeal to the assemblyfor pending confirmation by the Finally said year. It went for county WASHINGTON((AP) TheState 1 ervatlons.
Bryant after
| dren'i magazine voluntary contributions to Senate during the next session hundreds of roads and streets; but the Coun Department says Inve"l The Italian president Is largely

His resignation Improv. U.N. finances, crippled'The regular session convenes around the state telephone he decided calls ty Commission has voted to tigation is continuing e I a figurehead, but in times of

la the by unpaid assessments. April 6.Bryant's. the nine. He on channel It to schools starting reported Illegal export of two government crisis he names the

I latest In a long The sources reported that next step was to the seven members picked five of next fall.Although. ,American fighter planes to Haiti i new premier and he can dis-
line of of the
man. draft a to the 1965 small last September solve Parliament He also has
the message of
Qualson-Sackey got agreement board of control sources new
agement changes at Curtli. The because I
Senate, submitting the nine school A department spokesman denied considerable Influence on political
company publishes the Saturday of delegates from Jordan, appointments Dr. Charles Forman of Fort money were recommended
Post Ladles Mall, the Soviet Union, the United for confirmation. Lauderdale and the committee basically Monday published reports trends.
Evening Holiday, Larry King of
Home Journal and American States and others to an Informal Such quick action was necessary Miami declined called for reassessment of prop that It had persuaded authorities

Home In addition to Jack and voting plan.Delegations to ward off threatened attempts Then, Bryant said appointment, he notified erty. This would Increase tax to drop the Inquiry In order
Jill. would file through I by Cov. elect Haydon Burns. ,money for schools by $1 million to avoid unveiling techniques For funtrM ,
runtrHi
Thant'a office to drop secret Burns to nullify the appoint- Burns offered a' upward, depending on the reassessment of the Central Intelligence i wtlCM' ... ttilt MgefcGEORGIA rrwtfltmint* tat

OUTINGThe ballots Into a box stating their ments. Rumors said he would asking to be allowed compromise to formula. Agency. JOHNSONMiss

preferences among the candidates i seek to withdraw the names appoint four Eight members of the committee Georgia Johnson, 89, a
members.
Duke of Windsor took a for the four council seats from the Senate secretary's office appointment would Such an signed the report, Mathews WASHINGTON (AP) The former resident of Hawthorne,

one.hour automobile tour of that become vacant at the end I In advance of the session majority In give him a said, except Assessor FBI has asked police departments died during the weekend In

Houston Monday and when he of the year the Netherlands I and submit his own. But Bryant one declined year. Ralph N. Walter while a law to spell out the precise Daytona Beach.

returned to Methodist Hospital (AP) Wlnplw It IN Sunt to succeed Norway, Uruguay to But Secretary of State Tom there wasn't time to check, saying suit seeking to force reassessment nature of morals offenses She was a retired schoolteacher

he said he enjoyed the outing Foreign Minister Giuseppe succeed Brazil, Malaysia to succeed 'Adams, a former senator, said four before the board of education bis In time for the 1965 tax against government employes with 50 years service

"very well." Saragat was elected fifth president Czechoslovakia and Jordanor 1 his 'legal staff researched the meeting. "And," he said roll Is pending. when submitting fingerprintcards'lo In Palatka and Daytona Beach

It was the first time be had of Italy Moaday. Sara Mall to succeed Morocco. 4I question and concluded although If the board disapproved, then, Final arguments were heardin the FBI's, .central printfiles. and had resided In Daytona

left the hospital since undergo" gat, If, became the country's I no direct law was found, I'd hate lost ray last chance to the suit Monday and Circuit Beach since her retirement. A

Ing an abdominal operation first Socialist chief -o' state, More AboutBrink's :that nothing is withdrawn from appoint the board of regents" Judge William L. Durden said A bureau spokesman said native of Johnson, Fla., Miss
Dec. 16.The winning with crucial Communist the Senate without its consent Following Bryant'announce he will Issue a decision next Monday the request merely reiterates Johnson was a member of the

former king of Englandwas backing on the list ballot Bryant, a former representative ment of the appointments Monday afternoon a policy of long standing Hawthorne Baptist Church

accompanied by the duchess of a marathon parliamentary I agreed. Burns threatened to take the, and has nothing to do with the for 72 years.Survivors .
II Adams said the board of education | recent Walter Jenkins case Include two nieces,
administrator Ted
hospital election. (See story on this matter to court. Later, he denied !
Bowen, nurse Pat Temple, and page) would not vote to approve saying he would to Humphrey Jenkins resigned as an assistantto Mrs. Michael Paul of Daytona
appointments and then go President Johnson after two Beach and Mrs. Lydia Hudson
the driver, court and kitm) w .in.m...i
RECOVERS From Page 1 come back a week later and saying court-action- ;;not re Quits Senate arrests on morals charges were of Palatka; a nephew, Tom
made I
vote to change them Indicating qulred. publle.IHis resignationwas Johnson of.Johnson; three
.Carol Burnett Is back at t "chain store truck which the board asked by the PresidentJohnson cousins Cus
Martin
was solidly behind. Asked If he WASHINGTON of Qultman,
(
APVice
)
thought the
work after 10 weeks of treatment
ap
picks up funds for deposit from Bryant. Ga., Mrs. Charles Birt of Haw-
I pointments would President-elect
for a back and neck injury chain stores small stand, he Hubert H. Hum
businesses
In thorne
Bryant' move appointing said and Mrs. John Allen of
"We'll "
,
Just phrey
which she says resulted filling stations, and churches.: the board within 1* days of the But he wait and see. formally resigned today Albany, Ga.lOULWtM .
from five years of pratfalls.The "We don't know how much [end of his term roused Burns to' threatened to "use as a Democratic senator from

comedienne showed up money was taken," Lt CeoreeGruber blast both the action and the every legal tool that's available Minnesota.

Monday for a rehearsal of the of the Norrldge police law setting up the board and to to me when I become governor" The resignation clears the Rusk In ...
to
CBS-TV" program "The Enter said. "We won't know unUlafleran threaten to take the matter to nullify the appointments. way for the appointment by
talners. Inventory of the guards' calls Gov. Karl Rolvaag of Walter
court and to nse every legal Talk
Then he blasted
the 198J law TodayJOHNSON
Frederick Mondale
36 Minnesota
has been completed. available -
means to nullify (thee
TAX CHIEF setting the
board
Here la the account of th ppolntments. up of regents attorney general, to

.Sheldon S. Cobra, 37, a native holdup told by police and church Bryant declined to speculate in to running replace the the universities."It board of control serve during the remaining two CITY, Tex (AP) M*. RILSV M. T*.
of Wash. officials: [on what Burns could do. years of Humphrey's term. President Johnson meets today norol rake for Mr. Kllov M touloro -
is most regrettable thatth. with of ogo ... IIIt State
In g to n, has The armored truck usually Burns said he wanted to con- Humphrey's announcement Secretary ot 1t:1III A.M. on w_.,, Docom.tor .
been select d't[' gets to the Divine Savior churchon trot the board because he favored governor's office would came with his release of a letter Dean Rusk and Presidential l M 1M4 ot,. MclntoiK.. MolKodlifCKURk _
permit legislation wlm D It lull conJdlno. -
by President ] Monday's between 0:45: and wiping out the trimester to pass that t to the governor, dated last Assistant McCeorge Bundy to Rio ..",1-. Ivirlol will oo In
Johnson to be ', 630 It arrived about would provide for the term of review world developments.The .non ,trM Comotory. noor Orwoton
: i
p.m. system now in effect In the universities the Wednesday, saying he was resigning wit h Committal ....Ic. Chow ., J.W
the nation's top mlnutea after p.m. and returning to the newly created board of regents at the close of business three also were to discussthe r M moor wo 4lrKtlon of Wllllomt.Trwnot .

tax collector, ( Guard Robert Johnsten, 38, of semester system. It was one of to begin 4,4 days before to permit the appointment of a State Department's budgetfor Fmrol Homo
\" the governor goes out of office the I/Ilvta. IIIIS. MU""T .. "rl-
Ills nomination suburban Alsip entered the rectory : next fiscal year and go ,
effective
senator Wednes
his campaign promises. he said. new -M oorvlc" tor 0L All..,.,", ..
as Internal and noticed the Rev. Walter If the board over personnel matters. lum ooo II, ...._,Ie. win M h"Uot
(CAP, Wi.......'. to *0 tun, Revenue Service Morris, 38, pastor of the Bryant appointed Bryant said the Legislature day.Th Rusk and Bundy, presidential I II:n tM on Tundtv. DocomMr
he said repeatedly, the board governor announced Nov.I 1s. NN ol Grow old. M Ivorf roo*
Com I I. church set up the board of regents as 1 It assistant for Comttory Kin .... .
Woolworth Donahue, II. and m : sitting tied In a chair. national security lorlo Pooo c-
would favor the trimester .1 IS he had chosen Mondale who
system did in an effort to ouctno. Itw ""'Ic... lurlol will toInrorom
actress Mary Hartllne Carl sloner requires | Johnsten was immediately hit t because he did and would of keep It out' has described himself as a liberal affairs, were to fly to the Presi-I III comoonr Mor tile ovroctlm
Senate confir from behind by one of the politics and away from control dent's ranch from Washington of Wllllonu-Thomoi Fvnorol
son, 31, were married la a gun pick such men. of with views that "closely Homo.
private ceremony el Us Long mation. men. Bryant denied the charge, any one governor. or during the morning. _
I He said the coincide" with those President JOHNSON. MISS loo.OIA Fmrol
Inland estate at Calve rton, The Rev. Richard Burke, SI, saying the trimester system outgoing governorwas and George McGhee US. ambassador ""' .... tar Mho _... Jonmon oooIf.
IGNORED had walked Into the given the authority to make Johnson Humphrey. to Bonn who rollno) ._ toocnor
the New room Just Is home for DsilffiM
N.Y., en Saturday, played ne part ta the choice the Although Humphrey goes off YOWl Mnrico In '11"00. ..,4
York said .Mon. .A before the Brink's guard arrived appointments because "he consultation will fly to the 1.5. olHMrvMotlMpm.o*
work
Dally News new by the contra of the BUM men. "Actually, he
and after the three ,would soon be out of office and the Senate payroll tonight and ranch WMnoMom, Oocoriiior 7>. m4 otOrovoMo
day. It was the third marriage versial poet. Yeygeiy Yevtashke said "I favor the quarter system Wednesday to review developments Mowltioriio ComoMry Ml*
Donahue masked men had tied Father whatever Influence he mighthave i will not begin drawing his vice- in West Germany. IOMT J.Sn..wruM.hi Momo ,In
for both. la a and
composer Dlmltrl ShesUkovkh because I'm more familiar Oioro
cousin of Woolworth heiress was virtually Ignoredby Morris to a chair with surgical with ItBat (with the board) would be presidential salary until his Inauguration Johnson's statement that he *_of*orrongomnto.M o Ojrmor ruloom Mloo JoOnoa" of-
tape and gagged him. rapidly dissipated and he wouldbe Jan. 20, he quit the would review with Rusk Nowdwmo. .'ift oVMt r5.o wootoi*
Barbara Buttes.STROKE. Moscow papers. I five ef the BUM men be I and On CofMno t>ocll. Mio WM o monitor
Father Burke was knocked to least likely of anyone to ex[Senate early to give Mondale Bundy "ambassadors throughout M .... Howmomo 1"11 Own
Only the Labor paper Trod picked a majority were tornroort.
reviewed the the floor by one gunman and endue whatever power Cows seniority over other new sena- the world"appeared to be In
work written by members ef the board ef CUB-
bound with from the appointments." Une will MNIt Ml. JIMMII C. PlMrol"Mco
Shostakovich for symphony or- tape. I trot that set the trimester reports he plans shifts lor Mr Jaw sill oo KOM ol
.Bud Abbott ip
surviving mere After the guard was hit, he Burns also blasted the numerous in 15 to 20 ambassadorships 1 ...... w DmnOor IV. Iq4
ber of the Abbott and Costello chestra. bass soloist and mixed was tied to Father Burke with' conferences he had with tors.Viet OfficlallOUl'tfl in o> 0.. TroMon CKMC of CftrM wmrwiwr
Washington tyro ifoomltot
Caar MMKttof
choir. He based It Y.vtuenko'l
comedy team Is being treatedfor on tape. Mother Tot Bryant, saying they were unpro Nanl denied that McGhee or David K. .wiol will know M r loo
"The Execution of OComowv ofo
Step r.r..I..5..cttal
a mild stroke at the Motion ,
The three masked men of ductive. E. Bruce
Railn. one ambassador to Lon Norrioon Ftmorol Mom of Trtn.
Picture House and Hospital.A an Trud praised the compo.IUoa.but ,I then reported as very nervous, Die in Fire He charged Bryant with Talk don would be involved in the -.
official said then went Into action. One wanting to control not only a Chiefs shifts.I I KHIOHTX M*. Willie Fvnorolorvmi
hospital Monday made no mention of roe In Miami tor Mr. KM ifo mm oo Ho*
the 66-year-old Abbott was Yevtushenko. Yevhuhenko was ber put on Johnsten's majority of the appointments I The shifting U expected to o> In PM. OIl TuooMv, Doconoor"M

admitted to the hospital Dec. 11 denounced by former Premier uniform and went outside. He but also the chairman and the On Crisis start In January with the nun .II."* It*0.> A.Mi MowHI torn*MMMmiO WM Own 100
lie said the comedian Is gained admittance to the armored MIAMI (AP-A young mother length of term for each mere I ing of seven ambassadors and $ too. etrfo) win oo m PMoorw*
doing Khrushchev, but later "con a OH frocM of OOKOX too.
well fessed" his errors. truck and slugged the eight month pregnant, and ber."Under minister to vacant posts. Mw11c1.,5 Mr, KMT* 00 H M ol
driver Bernard Gendek, 27. her Infant son died today la an these conditions," he I SAIGON. South Viet Nam Johnson is still working on his o.o..w5:, it Trot, HGoinesvilU: e1 M5. CM

The other two men who had explosion and fire In their tiny said "There was not much I (AP) U. Cen. Ngayea State of the Union message He 10.0.

More About rifled the rectory safe of about frame home la southwest Miami ,could do and I certainly could Khanh Viet Nam's military discussed it by phone Monday -

tom, ran outside and drove In a not accept' this as being a fair commander, and his general with Rusk, Secretary of Defense Sun
'car behind the truck to a cemetery I The body of Mrs. Mattie Larry proposal for resolving the ques staff flew to the seaside resort Robert S. McNamara and others.

near the church. 29, was found en the kitchen 'lion" be said. of Cap St Jacques today for i t ,bthh.d .aningt cxcvpt

DellFrom The men quickly: loaded the floor( of the one-bedroom bo111*. Asked about Bum's conduct conferences apparently aimed Johnson told newsmen at 50000,40,. ojnd SunoW: en"-

money Into their car, handcuffed Her son, Robert. i. was found 'during the conferences Bryant at ending the deadlock with the i informal session on the front an *Inoe>><...b,Comoory the Gahwt at>n 101. Pi-U

Page 1 Cendek to the cemetery under the bedroom dresser. said: "He has not reached a United States. lawn ef the LBJ Ranch Monday 2nd Flat J *. Goll 0vul.. FlontfaM

fence and fled I The woman's twin sons Ronald position I thought consistent The United: States has been that next Monday's State of the onrond M oocwxl t>ooxmvr

League of Municipal It I.I t, paving.He I Heins Beer, an ambulancedriver and Donald, 3, were discovered -with my mponsab ity." holding back an estimated tfOO Union message win be brief and "' t* tS. ran OffIce .tGonwnriiM

Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar was graduated In 1m for the Norrldge fire department by firemen standing fully In a prepared statement Is-l million offer of expanded aid for win emphasize recommend I- Florida.CIICUUTIOM .

Asm, Gainesville Chamber of I from the University of Florida had gone to the rectory clothed and unharmed ta front :sued daring i his news conference Viet Nim since Khanh and his lions be would like to see COB IATIS IT
Commerce and Kiwanis Club. to aee Father Burke. II. of the biasing bouse. I! yesterday. Bryant said] cnterals ousted the civilian Iidered promptly. osnta 01 MAIL

He Is actively engaged In the Law School and three years heard muffled sounds and found Julia Flnkley, a neighbor, said I IM made the appointments on' High National Council on Dee novice JA.I ,Woo. .*f USAA .4)

practice of law with the firm later was married U the former the two priests and the guard. he heard "something like all.1-I the basis selecting these :21: and arrested a number of R ...... w w. *

of Lazonby, Dell, Graham, Will Elizabeth Sit. a d s. The Father Burke had managed to pfOfJon" Just before the bouse "best able by interest background poDtkal leaden. ,--0500/.1.5- ..-win,.-. -- "Mktlll--mo outMertpfJont* muof

cox and Barber and his legal couple has two daughters. Ann dial police after the three gun- bunt Into Dames but cause efJM i and the ability to de- The United States has d. "-.. J..5.r e.u..w.__ c.' Moot r e* Audi ... s.. *

efforts have led to business activities -Dell now studying la Rome, meg leftJohnsten fire was not determined rote the necessary time to the handed: that the council which .. M w n1.5..sCu. -t5. Crcutancn,

In several field., Including and Mrs. Cordon H. Bitted." was hospitalized! forlacerations mmtdlatety. ask to male the moat eon- ts South Viet Nam's prod ': w a. C.w. c0r., ..... .

real estate, timber, concrete -,Philadelphia Pa. to the head He wa Officers said Mrs. Larry apparently :'ructive work to assure Flour banal legislature be reinstated aaci C seweenacowwmv. ---... '-. w e.,5._ ...

products and building The Dells. live at 281NW 7th reported to be la satisfactory lived alone with bet ''It the maximum opportunim a someurns.. It also wants die I-. Ric.I A....Ye --trr.r. :. ... .

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CONSCIENCE MAVLDMthe ON THE RIGHT




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Florida' Beautiful lal kr ?+ dent. 10 JOHNSON Vie* PrnUmtM
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University City It limiOLI, Vkt PmMMt M* A4.Wtlllllf By RALPH McGill WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY JR.
OlrattWf 101 TARTAOLION.wisp..
r Frti. WMtof PIIMW /
Vice President led ClrwIMlM MMUfw. .... MM,., lOLl CMMIhlN* It is not difficult to see what Is In the cards for South,

THE SUN'S POLICY Viet Nam. There Is a breakdown of the civil order there.

The will point to this, and in due course say ruefully
1. Report the news full/ dnd Impartially In ttii news column Our government Itself
be defended against and that
2. fxprtu the opinion of tie Sun In-but only k>-editorials. that no country can to
than negotiate
alternative or stand
3. Publish alt sides of Important cont.ro\.rllaIIIWl" therefore we have no
DemonDemocrac by while (this is done, the neutralization of South Viet Nam

The Sun's telephones: All departments 378-1411 Finis-and heaven only knows what else In the area. If you

hold any Southeast Asian bonds, sell them short, friends. ,

J ''t t But what else could we have done the apologists will lay

+ ; There Is a sense In which the answer can only be a designed::

at aB. There was nothing left to be done.It
Nothing
. 3 Still Only Token Mixing In the centuriesold struggle Nothing.isn't after all, a figment of the American Imagination thatthe

to equalize the rights c situation In South Viet Nam Is falling to pieces it Is

1 map (not to equalize Indivk No one knows from one day to the next who will lead the "

School integration finally Is underway are unable to initiate or maintain oats! an obviously imposslble country or how much authority the leader will have. The

in every Southern state and the legal proceedings, and after he has task), the opposition ha Buddhists grow stronger and more intransigent and struggle

.j number of Negroes attending public notified the local school board or college sung the same old song. Th 'though one will, it !is Impossible to comprehend what they

school with whites this year, 1964, authority of the complaint and words vary little from century ."-AMArlrl t want short of coming to terms with the Vietcong.: In the countryside
to century. One Is reminded it the demoralization increases, and in many areas the .
has doubled to current of them reasonable time
a figure given to the conditions.a to adJust of this by the current ".1..., .D:"no".".'" VA", ,,.. .r.._."_ ".1.".',.'.'U._.)_ 'Y", ._). .ru.."n,UIIU'tUlI".___,:_'_'''" vi.....f/.nna-..... .....hpll.---i -.r.- treated--_..-- more hosoltably by the local nun.
63,850. outcries against the U.S ulatlon than the Vie tnamese;

Supreme Court which has at- Army Can we, under the
!
These figures are reported by Con In addition, Title IV requires firmed a rights act by tin circumstances, fight an e f.

gressional Quarterly. But they go on the Office of Education to report Congress as constitutionalFor i MORALISM, MAXIMS AND SLOGANS ective counter-action? The

to point out that the record-Impressive within two years on progress of desegregation example: answer is we cannot By the
On July 4, 185, David Cavln time we have staged our withdrawal .
percentagewise itlll means at all levels and authorizes
South Carolina planter,,, which seems to me
that only 2.14 per cent of the eligible the Office to give technical and made his dally entry in Ill e at this point all but Inevitable

| Negroes in the former Confederacy financial assistance, if requested, to diary: : -everyone will agree; J u 11

i j are enrolled in integrated schools. local desegregation.The school system. in the process of "TODAY IS the annlver Foreign Policy Ills concerning as everyone China agreed that In what 1949

nary of American Independence
did inevitable
we was
mil' In the 17-.tate southern and bor- ," be wrote. "I have I native population signed: the the

wo der region, however, 10.8 per cent of time is coming when nobody no doubt In many parts there .peace with their feet.

j.el Negro public school students were will pay' the slightest attention to will be pretensions of great New fork( dtnua tion of their colonial connect "maxim" In Acheson's "col

attending elementary and high school the color of a student's skin. rejoicing but I cannot really By ARTHUR KROCK lions." lection" the Kennedy admin- "IT IS ONE; THING to go

\j\ with whites. This Is an increase of rejoice for a freedom which THIS PRECISELY des- istration paid the blind tribute ahead and accept the Inevitability
allows WASHINGTON As the cribes the foreign policy of that alienated "a u r
every bankrupt, swindler of our defeat.
T. 1.6 per cent over the 1963-64 schooled Yet, as many wise Southernershad thief and scoundrel, New Year approaches, and the Kennedy administrationthat friends" engaged In orderly to blame it on the Another Vietna-

b year the largest single increaser predicted, it will take time to traitor and seller of his vote such problems of American President Johnson in- "dissolution of their colonial mese. Those who wan t, for

since the 1954 Supreme Court Brown put the Court's mandate into full ef to be placed an an equalitywith foreign policy a I are posed herited and has been seeking connections: ; and made whatever reason -I f only for

vs. Board of Education decllion.Florida' fect. Not only is this due to white myself. The Northern by events In Viet Nam and to reclaim from the morass "friends" of the emerging the sake of orderly historical
the In
Congo increase their Into which It has as this
plunged nations long
abolitionists only so
segregationist opposition but also are threatening bookkeeping to attach the
menace to world
peace, the people of the U.S this helped to finance -
mixed school enrollment because the idea is a radically new and planning to take sway more and more people In the policy claimed direct descent government them whatever their blame where It belongs will
or destroy the value of our not, I think, point to the Vietnamese'
Of 67 United States must be
is interesting asking
our
r pattern one for colored families. slave from these words with offenses against their own
property, and the demo failure. The
counties, 21 are officially listed as on themselves: "How did we which President Truman people and those of their people
there
democracy by its leveling have become demoral
!having been desegregated. Still, only We must in get so deeply Involved I n described his Doctrine when neighbors. The burned and
faith ized
proceed good butit principles, universal suffrage these quicksands? but one must assume
he Initiated It in the Creek- sacked American librariesand
6,524 Negro youngsters out of a total and that that
would be a mistake for the overenthusiastic numerous popular Comments leading to the Turkish Aid Appropriation chancelleries by mobs demoralization had
enrollment of 1,250,000 are attending elections homestead laws causes beyond the prevailing
integrationist to lay fundamental answer to this :Bill in 1947: tolerated or even encouragedby
1ge1 school with whites. The percentage ALL the blame for delay on the and bribery, are sapping the question have recently been ,"Our policy must be to governments recipient of spiritual malaise of the uni-

Era is 265, which I is slightly above the shoulders of Klansmen the Mississippi foundations In of the right" of made by two citizens who support free peoples who cur foreign aid program, verse.a fairly Here concrete, for Instance, Is

South-wide of 2.14. property everything. were principals In formulating are resisting attempted sub demonstrate In part the sterility : cause of un
average legislators and others of like With rest. A little
How only a slight change hamlet in South
the policy of which these jugation b 'Y armed minorities and soft-headedness of
Host mind. Some Florida school districts, or so this duplicates what to menacing conditions are the or by outside pressures US. foreign policy. Viet Nam has a mayor or he

JIII.1 In Florida, as elsewhere in both we'd venture to predict, will be racially day's handwrlngers are say twisted and bitter fruit This ...We must assist free peoples Though this policy Is a equivalent thereof who does

0j South and North, desegregation is segregated a decade from now, ing. was the doctrine proclaimed to work out their own distortion of the Truman his level best to help the Vietnamese

J expected to accellerate somewhatnow not because of violent intimidation, NOW, MORE than 100 by President Truman and destinies in their own way Doctrine, at least the judge with army it and- by cooperating :

., that the 1964 civil rights acton but due to the deliberation and caution years 1 ate r, the so call- approved by Congress ..primarily through "economic ment has been vindicated of manifest signs, of reporting infiltration.any
marked and financial aid.
which
is the books. The Act contains ed "conservatives" a complete those members of Congress
on of parents and officials in are saying One morning shortly after
Ho turnabout in the V. S. policyof But, though these words
ret two major provisions to that end breaking century-old social patterns. the same thing in almost non-intervention in the proposed a sweeping world foresaw and private In it the citizens seeds who of dawn the villagers rise as
Identical
The caution, we might add, is not The words. affairs of other nations except commitment b y the U. S.. that distortion. What Tru- usual to begin the day's work.
he'o. law reactionary conserva: in the of a from which And In the little square they
Title IV, of the new Desegregation presence our subsequent
said the sidewalks
entirely the of white man on
on part live is
parents.Regardless found In all the pages demonstrably "clear and misadventures abroad can find three stakes, to each of
If of Public Education of any theories for justice of hlsto!)'. Nowhere does present danger" to national in part be traced, the chief of New York last week, they which is attached a human
leff authorizes the Attorney General to he were saying In 1947. What
look good. Not once h as security derivation of these Is what being, by means of a rope
In or against it which can be made Acheson criticized at Ame-
If file suit for desegregation of public he been tied
correct In his atti- Acheson described as "the around the nee k. Each
D c;: schools and colleges after he has received by either "side," this business of tude. Always, history and IN ONE OF those perambulating collection of morallsms maxims burst on Dee. 9, they were corpse Is neatly disembowel-
But the most
; signed complaints and certified living together in harmony simply events have moved on, leaving news conferences and slogans which only apprehending.of these led. And propped up against

wat that the aggrieved individuals takes time for all concerned. him behind to make bitter through the streets that Truman confuse: complicated deci gross are the products misapplications of a the center stake is the leg
es, self-pitying entries in engages In this time sions" on matters of international end: Thus Perish the Enemiesof
tendency of U. S. foreign
diaries, or to commit his the Working
himself In New York City during concern.: People. Thus
thll --- to some folly of public current visit he comment.ed This collection supplied policy-makers that was well Indeed perished His Honor

policy which will remain as as follows on the rapidly the guide-lines of foreign po- described by Joseph Alsop the mayor, the mayor's wife,

a footnote In history. deteriorating posture of the licy which led this government in a recent newspaper account and the mayor's l -year old!
of the situation In Viet
Voice of the People For the early dawning of U.s. In Viet Nam: "W hen and people Into military Nam. This tendency In his daughter Now ladies and gentlemen .

I- written history through the you help some the adage Intervention in a civil words, Is to "be hypercritical who will step forward

I period of absolute monarchs, says you make one ingrate war (the Congo), deep mili- : of precisely those allied- and serve as the next mayor'Don't

through the American and and a dozen enemies and tary involvement on the leaders whose aims and be bashful, step right
r-r n -i On The Sun's Opinion I'aoc -- French revolutions that loosed that's what's happening over mainland of Asia, and sup- most closely coincide purposes ;upl

what South Carolina planter there." port In the United Nationsof

0lnlM eel MHiimith .! Ivi .... an wtk.m' In tfce Vein *f the People l ..1"", ... Ltt.r. Gavin called "the at Amherst College the demands of Its irresponsible with American interests" SUCH EPISODES were of
erupt k, tl.... .*. beer the wrtt.r'p sad,.... N'mti will k. withheld, If rill"""... A""" $h.,,l4 demon Speaking General course
II ".t ...... 500 wt' .4. red teat l. wrH n til sup ,*. side .< the p..... Perry hued k. n... Tk. democracy," there have always on Dec. J, Dean Ache- Assembly ON THVT attitude this government Inevitable. The Viet-
Sun. repose the HiM to rtKl| sap ...... M to .....,." It, wlihtut, 1111""l'"t She wit,,'i m..niii, w been those who felt son who as wider-secretary ]majority for the Immediate Indispensable cong had established a toehold
gave
.... themselves more worthy independence of emerging na- In South Viet Nam and

Pntriolid Words a staggering n percent of !the evidenced among students in than their neighbors. Their of state in 1947 was one of tions whose leaden and popu- assistance military to the and United economic Nations they have from the beginning-

total arrests for these crimes 1 all too many of our colleges greed so blinded them that principal architects 0 f lations were totally Incapable force by which Tshom- waged a campaign of terror.
the Truman Doctrine, made i I ot self-government Foremost Even now the
whole
and universities they could endanger free population -
be b e's
can en-
For New Year "What a grim and unhappy re- an analysis of subsequent the Katanga separatist has
among ghastly examples not by means
versed before it is too late. terprise and property rights movement In the Congo was any
commentary on the moral cli-- U.s. foreign policy that the of the of gone
] consequences over to the Nations
-
I "This attitude can be by using the power of them I crushed In enemy.
seen a most dubious
EDITOR Sun: The following mate of this great Nation! critics of the doctrine In 1947 (applying these "InoraUsma"i do have fortitude do
In the widespread public Indifference -> to deny human rights.A i Interpretation of the Charter put
The moral strength of our saw Implicit In its concept: which Acheson deplored as ; 1 UP with
remarks are selected froma that kind of thing,
concerning the real poll survey of the November On( that attitude also, we encouraged
Nation has decreased alarmIngly 'Our government goal for I the! guidelines of foreign policy and still continue to I
speech by J, Edgar Hoover threat of world communism.The election by a major 4 the opposition to fight
We must return to the many years, he said "has ] have been But they
must continue to
Director Federal Bureau teachings of God If we are to philosophy of communism firm that proved so very accurate been to preserve and foster 1 Ihe regime In Viet Nam of fight with of
flourishes best In an environ- about the election President Diem that ended some prospect
of Investigation at the "Swordof
cure this sickness an environment In which THE PRESSURE on Belgium victory in
ment where personal responsibility Itself, reveals that not with his assassination and France during the
award dinner Chi- more free societies exist and
Loyola" may which the U S. war
help- the
"These shocking statistics and self-discipline have than S.4 million of the M mil I t Ihe: succession of coups: Marquis fought
flourish... but) had better
November 2-1. 1964 ( we I H! to generate to grant In- bravely but
< cago been : at night in the
a together with the public's apparent undermined by Immorality lion who voted the Republican and think before 1'etat which have weakened ,
stop d lependence to the Congo decides shelter
14 "To every man and every Indifference to them materialism and expediency : ticket are still dedicated concluding: that the policies before Its had I Ihe: resistance to the Viet haybarn of the forest, or the
Indicative of the false I j people or the ditch under
are Cong
devotees of
aatlon there 11 I Ins Sen. Coldwater. which
Jj comes a a advance us toward induced the trained personnel the bridge
N when decisions must be madeY morality we are tolerating to "Its duplicity is difficult for (This number of 14 million this goal can usefully be required for viable aelt.vernrnent. Moreover, moralism u the w their clandestine they could radios listen
It Is false code which
day. a : young Americans to may be high.) discussed or evaluated I n The guide of foreign policy has
about grave problems. Fur- is based on the worship of comprehend : ; pressure on and know that two mighty na
If our young citizens terms of moral or ethical the Netherlands, principally inevitable led to official tions of
di In solur' hypocrisy the West
ther delay seeking things of man's own creation.: THE MORE frenzied extremists were working -
lions can: bring disaster. That It la as imperfect and feeble turn an objective analytical -who compelled the principles-What passes (for o f U. S. origin, to surrender It has, for instance day and night to hasten
searchlight on this Ideologyand these) la a collection of morallsms V rat Irian to the military the
n as man himself! However Goldwster produced the pretense that day of their liberation.
time has for the United campaign to exclude
come: Its organizational arms, maxims and sdgans/ b lackmad of President Suitrro he
g U. S. Is
Involved
ciptlvutlng: the scows, this : moderates and be In the
States. moral they will understand communism a (which) only confuse: deci- a of Indonesia, a nation war In Viet Nam What do the South Vietnamese -
type of climate cannot solely
S for what it la a materialistic campaign dominated by a lions on such complicated: which had neither ethnic nor tillorlcal he moralistic on hear? That the United
"The moment has arrlv d give the support nor the policy which denied human thesis expounded -
godless dogma dedicated matters u-.policy In Southh claim the States
to the
Ila. only that
when face realisttx which In the Truman power
we must strength Is vital to Doc-
0 to rights to some :M million
to world domination." east Asla..One of the most Ir i direct violation of the fine. could: effect their liberation,
But
cally the startling fact that our national survival. This the fact Is either
Americans which hostile
These are words should was often Invoked and delusive United Nations Charter. refuses
we because
of
tl!bat this the reign-
since 1958 crime: In this coun-: breakdown In our moral Involvement Is ditctly
co to labor to other eth- -
all ponder as the new year of these maxims Is the so- Both of these acts of nmerlcan In the log protocol, to take the only
try has Increased five times standards can only render us Interest of
foi our
nic that
approaches words from IrouP..tllI cry the called principle of selfdeterA means
a foreign policy national by which
faster than our population I Impotent u a people and security they might
as or of
one
PI growth! Serious crimes l a Nation. truly great American. election was a great outpouring m I n silos...Invoked against w ere defended as advancetl ie greatest blunders In be liberated: the bombing of
of 28 million "conserva: cur friends (after the Second meat of the the the
murder, forcible robd OBSERVER cause of "antl- b;Istory of American sources of the rebel in-
b rape "Law and order are the tives." No one seriously believed World War) In the dissoluC o 10ft aalll m to which: a'aft. state- festation. That unbending re

e r y, burglary aggravat dad foundations upon which successful that Moderate Republicans fusal. e.-... .... _..___ ___
assault automobile theft --- Mi>s unj 'cla IICITJ"ry -
I* have mounted steadily since government must I suggested early that to reversing the trend
stand. Without law and order at least 1) million of these of the
w the end of World War II In war cause Inevitably
"* 1951 these crimes for the first society will destroy itself. votes were from Republicanswho POTOMAC FEVERBy the demoralization, the empty

time topped the one million "T 0 d I', patriotism seems Saeoky Serer invariably support the hopelessness which manifests

.t mark and mon than two and to be out of style. Those who party nominee. The ether JACK WILSON Cession Washington Bureau itself In the cities, In sick

one-quarter million serious I express their love of country: votes were, they figured governments, in a sick relig

crimes were reported during are often looked upon as paranoiac a rather accurate measure of The Agrlcultare Department analyzed M Of) foods for iosity, In the endemic disor

19W. patriots or right.wing racist and other extremist And I.amfdhat every high school kid already ho.-aU nutritional nlue. der that followed the bloody
extremists groups. and peanut butler you need Is pizza deposition of President Diem

"Even more ominous Is the "Let Poll experts now estimate a year ago. If two yean ago
me quote from an article
fact that this terrifying spiralIn which that there art some IS million the United States had sane.tinned
appeared In a recent -
crime has come: about (though probably less) Bill Miller the COP should decisive reprisals
L Issue of a student publication says keep Dean Burch. )( '
E through a growing wave of of one of our Midwestern who would quit the Republican tm went over Niagara Falls In a barrel and then let 1 \\aS ? man who against North Viet Nam, the
k|. youthful c r I mlnauty across tip a
If
colleges. Entitled "N II party K does eliminate turer aaf.trlec. rebels would have got weak:
A the Nation. Last year for the
'.C consecutive Patriotism," this article stated the GoMwatrr control not stronger, and tile chance
fifteenth : year That gives as an accurate r
Patriotism Is an emotion of the survival
1 mayor's as a
\ crimes Involving e u r
young that is estimate el the really lunatic The British about to abolish
marked
by Ignorance art capital
punishment
declared
P increased the If. friend of freed em
people : over
previous stupidity prejudice, autism fringe In this country Inh.....,. TheyTl still mike criminal eat kidneys for old"fashlon *"d
S year. For all Krl o us fear and about two million. brealfa. would have Increased sad

e crimes committed In the United .- hostility. A century from now they along with K the morale *

States In 196J youthful offenders "We can only pray that this G-.. rig.a tie 1. t1...: will provide footnotes, as It the Vietnamese which!
I! was a solemn clamical ceremony when Italians people,
were rupootibk tort undesirable tread whidi is launched
does David Gavin's diary. at a Space AgesKy ..... i. Vir=Wa. T.e colllltcina a Ronaa" sateflite would have been reflected la
IIC went X. )IX."IU.(
'u. ... a stabler gavenuneat:
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I Happy New Year : From The :









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IsL Manag.mentNORTHWEST For Less"GATE
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'ey- 2702 N.E. WALDO j'I bank Interest". Mr. Cliff Flicker Homes and the main office in: Ph. 372-0441

Inh.. CLIFF FLICKER, Mgr. the new manager of the Corona California.

''PO -(Northwest Trailer Sales, located

se Why Walk? at 2702 N.!. Waldo road There are three factories Ir I,
.leI I says these words best describe California where the company Our City'sNEWEST
f. When You Con j I the reasons for the wide customers mobile homes are number on W111 I
I I''le Ride For Only I acceptance of the firms in sales registration In the slate
' $1500. ,3ulfstream and Sunlite mobile Service Center
!I- I month homes. I
"We are Interested In having "QUALITYFIRST"
lee SUZUKISSPORTSMAN'S I happy, satisfied buyers, know i
Northwest Trailer Sales Is a ing that only such buyers will t
t division of G. T. Wolfe Mobile recommend us to their friends I SOUTHERNAUTO
i5d i t, Homes, Inc. with a regional ofCustom- and acquaintances. a

Ite 1 SALES

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617 N. Main St. I I 615 N. Main St.
Builts
) Phone 376-0545 i th. 17S-1571

r i Awaiting your vlult to the new Northwest Trailer Salen tat located at 2702 N.E. Waldo lid is Mr. Cliff

: W I The firm makes a wide variety towed to another location with Flicker. manager and Mr. Roy Hlggenbothan, ulemnan.- .._ ._- .. l

l.1. of floor plans In our 1-2 ease. uY1w ,, CUSTOMPICTURE J
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I or 3 bedroom models in 10' and J r 1.

I 12 STEAK 12' widths. Their factory also They refuse to use any high

I will make special units for offices pressure selling methods, they FRAMINGHundreds
I believe in explaining their qu.lIty -
motels and other uses. of frame
construction,
special features
DINNERS I of their mobile homes,the styles plus' finest
t, One of their many govern- advantages In mobile I living, qua lit, workmen

,, : ,with vtgitablt and dtistrt ment orders was for an orderof their lower selling prices with sjji'jL ship. I
( For more Information on food fourteen 57' by 10' units that low down payments and their Art Dept.Chemut ,
with freezer program call were joined together at Cape ,low bank rate of Interest Then I Office
FR 2-0587 Kennedy making a huge 57 by letting the prospective buyer Equipment c., I us. \
Bettor Housekeeping 140' single unit, which, being decide for themselves whetheror ; lee W. OiWv.R1.M2I j
mobile be dismantled and ,
Food Service I can not to buy.



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are many reasons for this, a tN t-
708 N.W. ICth Avo.fh. homes such as Magic Chef gas Mt CENTER
few of these reasons are, you Ana t. ?
FR 2-80)1 I i can get a modern home to suit ranges and General E1 1 I.c trio f. IOU W.4IIII. 171-1411
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a price you decide you can mobility. If a family mutt move I

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1 Prs The down payment and home will simplify movingand c "I If I II -
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monthly payments can be arranged II
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6 Gainesville Sun Tu.idoy, December ZV. IVto4


I I, Newlyweds Establish Home UIOIHfD 0 f Rio Little Women To Hold I :



Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks "Confetti" Thursday NightThe
Greene, whose marriage too k

mond place, Va.December, will return 19 in Rich.from THE for the dance b, Also Miss Helen Powell, Miss
end Chairman
their wedding trip today. f fAffilLY I L Y YRuth the Little with! Women the tradition will I Miss Margaret Hampton, club Janice Ridgeway Miss I Bar-
The bride, who has made her year NewYear' I bara Scott, Miss KIm i Small-
"Confetti Dance, on president
wood Miss Elizabeth Sol 1 ley,
home in Gainesville for the past '
six months, Is the former( Miss Wilma Women's Editor Eve, Thursday night Club.at Members assisting! and serving Miss Elaine! Tew, Miss Peggy
Grace Carol Dodge, daughter of the .Gainesville Woman's as hostesses are: M I. s Thompson, Miss Virginia Tip--

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Powell Proper dress for the girls Cathy Alvarez, Miss Jane AT- ton, Miss Barbara Wells, and

Dodge of Richmond, Va. Bridesmaids Feted will be long or short formals rington, Miss Cindy Baumstein. Miss Ayfer YukseL
The Is the of and tuxedos white coats for
bridegroom son or Becker, Miss Theme for the dance, always
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas U n der- the boys. .1 Miss Ann Ann kept secret has been chosen by

wood Greene. The Four Scores will play for Ann Campbell, Miss the board members..

The couple exchanged nuptial PoundHonoring dancing from t p.m. to 1 a.m. Davis, Miss Karen' Davis, Helping in the hat checkroom
vows in the Boulevard By Betty Miss Sharlan Eng, Miss Susan
will be Miss Pixie Sox-
'If A floor] show featuring Frank
Methodist Church of Richmondwith Erb, Miss Mary Bates Felt-
Sule, Joel McCoy; The Villagers man, Miss Betsy Black, Miss f
Rev. R. M. Robertson( performing I ham, Miss Marianne Forsman
the ceremony. # her bridal attendants tied with green velvet ribbons. Bill Boaz Miss Suzanne Miss Carol Gaston, Miss Kath- Katie Hubener, and Miss Cathy

Father Escorts Bride rd Miss Betty Pound and her I During the luncheon Miss Martin, Britt Small, Miss Sharon erine Graves, Miss Cam Goethe Gammage.
mother, Mrs. Addison PoundJr. ,Pound presented gifts to her at- Goeller, and Miss Linda I Miss Debbie Hartman, Little Women advisers assist
Given in marriage by her father \ ., entertained Monday afternoon tendants. Love will highlight the eVening. Miss Barbara Martin, Miss ing the hostess committee this

silk, the faced bride wore de a sole sheathof trim- with the bridesmaids I Rehearsal Dinner A formal presentation of the: Peggy Morrison, Miss Wanda year are Mrs. Fred T. Laugh.on .
peen luncheon at the Gainesvlll e Mr. and Mrs. C. Addison Nolan. Jr. and Mrs. Sam Goethe:
med with Alencon 1 11 c e. Her club'officers will be made.GEIGER'S !
Golf and Country Club. Pound Sr. grandparents of the ,I
veil was of rose silk faced peau -- I
Miss Pound will become tile bride -to-be: entertained with
de sole She carried a bouquetof '
r.
white orchids and camel x. G' rr bride of Alvin Alsobrook this the rehearsal dinner Monday i
lias. evening at 8 o'clock during a evening at their home. I
nuptial ceremony at the Holy Garlands of greens were used
Miss Dorian Elaine Dodge of Trinity Episcopal Church. Mr. In decoration with white camel
Richmond was maid of honor. and Mrs. Pound Jr. will entertain lias and green velvet bows II
Bridesmaids were MI I s I Mary
with a reception Immedl adorning the tables
Elizabeth Blackwell, Richmond, ately following at the club.A Guests Included the wedding I a I;
and Miss Emma Catherine
mobile of golden wedding party, the two families and out
Ridenour of Williamsburg, Va. : '
", bells and white camellias form- of town guests.
I
All of the attendants \
wore
<" ed the decoration for the luncl Buffet Luncheon entertaining?
velvet sheaths with 1 ,
green > '," ".t eon table. White wedding bells Today, Mr. and Mrs. W. :A.
matching accessories and car. KMrs. ., tied with green Velvet ribbons Shands and Mr. and Mrs. S T. I
I rled Brhlcgroom'i red poinsettias Attendants James Hicks Greene I marked places for the following Dell were hosts at a buffet,

James Frederick Lang of Hatching accessories and the Oakes Country Club, follow dIrldegroom' guests: luncheon at the Dell home.
Gainesville was best man. I mother wore a the ceremony. I Mrs. William Melville Slem- Guests were limited to the out I

Ushers were Charles Pickens ranberry: red crepe and lace The couple, who made a wed-Ions III of New Orleans, cousinof of- town guests here for the wed-
Milford Jr. of Jacksonville and Iress with matching accessording trip in the south, will establish the bride; Miss Ashton Bar- ding festivities, the two families
and wedding attendants.
Micheal Wayne Hakala, RichMond a home at 1917 SW 14th!field, Jacksonville Miss Constance I
Va. 1 M'. Terrace. Mr. Greene Is asso- Bowen Miami; Miss Het Assisting in the hospitalities ;., .
The bride's mother o r e an A reception, given by the elated with the Arnold Realty en Graham, Gainesville; Mis s were Mrs. Pound Sr. and( "
emerald green lace dress with ride's parents at the Willow Co.I Jan Jordan, Fort Pierce; Miss Mrs. Gordon Blitch of ,
I Alice Louise Meyer Alexandria, Pa., daughter of Mr. Secane'l ,

Va., Miss Carol Richardson, Dell.White !;:
I Westflcld N. J cousin of tile camellias and
Betrothed Couple Holiday bride; Miss Anne Wetzel,Cleveland roses arranged In. crystaland

Ohio; Miss Can d ace gold compote, placed on a 1
I Jlbbs, San Francisco; Mrs. sliver mirror, and golden wed.
CalendarOf Gordon BUtch, Secane, Pa., and ding bells completed the decorof

I /Is Complimented I Miss of Linda the bride.Anne Duncan, cousin the Grahams serving table.Entertain

Sunday evening Mrs. W. S.
Out of town guests and members
An At Home .honoring Miss I ed with pink camellias and EventsTODAY of the families were seat- Graham, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wil- have plenty of
Karen Wundorllch and hei r, c{,ndles. ed at two round tables centered liam Graham and their daughter _pl
fiance, John May, was giver, A bride doll from India I with golden wedding bells Miss Helen Graham, en-
( Sunday afternoon by Dr. and dressed in the traditional pink December 29 tertained with an Informal buf- /
bra
Mrs. N. E. Bingham, and their Indian wedding sari with silver fet at the Holiday Inn to compliment jR.C.
daughters" Miss Marl Bin g. embroidery, was the center of Women of the First Presbyterian HusseysHonored Miss Pound 'and Mr.
ham and Mrs. J. C. DickinsonIII interest at the coffee table. Church, Council MeetIng Alsobrook.
at the Bingham home.Miss Pink candles rose dawn ca- 10 a.m., Church Parlors. The white satin covered: hand t
mellias and ivy completed the serving table was trimmed with on
Wunderlich and her ft l
I table arrangement. Punch and WEDNESDAY, December 30 swags of smilai and centered
I ance were In Gainesville to cookies were served from with a tiered centerpiece form FBI
copper -
I j spend the Christmas holiday utensils, also from India. Gainesville Bridge Club, ed by an eight, branch candelabrum -
k' '
with her mother, Mrs. Henry Assisting the hostess were 7:30 p.m., Holiday Inn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hun 1 adorned with white stock
Wunderllch, and her brother,,: Mrs. Justine E. Harlow, Jr., sey, who marked their golden and Fiji chrysanthemums.. A )
Henry Wunderllch. Both resideIn Mrs. R. C. Philips, Mrs. Del- Teen Dance for Junior age, :wedding anniversary Christmas three-branched silver candela
Tampa, where they are employed ton Scudder, Mrs. Fred H. WInston children of Gainesville Golf Day, were honored with a brum centered the coffee table.
by the State Department Mrs. Thelma W. Kelly, and Country Club members, reception Sunday afternoon. The mantel was decoratedwith ,
f of Public Welfare.
Miss Ann Reynolds, Miss Dora 7:30 to 10:30: p.m., Mr. and Hosts for the party were Mr. a fan shaped arrangement -
Receiving guests with theI ''Lee Smith, Miss Ann Scudder and Mrs. Carter 011 er bind I of greens and the fireplace Royal
I honorees were Mn. under and Miss Sandra Winston Mrs. Ned Scott and Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hill, I was banked with magnolia -
lien and the hosts. A gift of silver and a corsage Mrs. Bruce Courtney, hosts. who entertained at the Hll : leaves. Crown
Mrs. Theo Cummings, Mrs. home. Guests Included members of
of camellias were presented December 31 I Sola
Ralph Eastwood Mrs. P. W. to the bride elect and a THURSDAY, Mr. Hussey, a retired chemistry I the two families, the wedding
Calhoun and Mrs. Carl Geng- corsage of camellias was pre Gainesville Golf and Country professor from Virginia I I party and out of town guests. I
ler greeted guests at the door. sented to her mother by the Club annual New Year's PolytechnIc Institute, and h 1'1
I wife have lived In Gainesville
The living room was decorat- hosts.
Eve dinner dance dinner for more than 10 years I
served from 7 until 1 p.m. On the serving table, tall gold AFTER CHRISTMASSTARTS

and dancing from t p.m. until candles were placed at either I
1 a.m.Open side of the wedding cake, which I
I was topped by miniature china
rj House, 0 p.m. until 1 l bride and bridegroom f I gures

"" ... midnight, Mr. and hits Arthur used on their wedding cake 50
j Hallam Hot NE 31st years ago. I
; TODAY, December tfj son, and Barney Harris ,Jr, Miss Frances Hill and Miss
j Wedding of Miss Elizabeth son of Mrs. William Barney Avenue. Rosalie Osterblnd assisted their'

Anne Pound, daughter of Mr. Harris of Prescott, Ark., and Little Women 'Confetti parents in the hospitalities. II
and Mrs. Cicero Addison Guests were Mr. and M
late Mr. Harris I r.'I
the 12:30
p.m. Dance ( until :
p.m.
Pound Jr., end Alvin V. Also Methodist Church. Re- Paul Bergman, Miss lion a
First
brook, son of Mr. and Mrs. following in Bethany a.m., Gainesville W 0 m an's Bergman, Mr. and Mrs. James
Irving C. Alsobrook of Jacksonville Room ception with Mr. and Mrs. A. Club House, West University Elliot Mr. and M r e. Fred
I p.m., Holy Trinity Avenue. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. P. M.I
Episcopal Church. Reception S. Johnson Jr. hosts.lucky' orraca, Mr. and Mrs. Robert TOMORROW 9 A.M. STORE HOURS 9 A.M.TO 5:30 P.M.

following at the GainesvilleGolf Jones, Mr. and Mrs. E. L.'
and Country Club. Pierce, Dr. U. S. Gordon and All fall and winter merchandise NOW ON SALE Coats, Suits, Dresses, Sportswear,

Rehearsal dinner for the _. _)_ 1 Joe Parker. Sweaters, Millinery, Formals and Lounge Wear
Johnson -Harris I wedding

party, 7 p.m., Barney Harris DRESSESIn SWEATERS
Jr., and his mother, M r s.

Mary Harris, Holiday Inn nn""H wool, double knit, crepe, chiffon, transitionsand By Dalton and James Kenrod I In cashmere, mohair
WEDNESDAY, December 30 other fall fabrics In dressy casual and dresses and wool.
Wedding of Miss Mary Lee with jackets cocktail and formats.
Johnson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Sidney John- REG. $17.98 REG. TO $39.98 33%% OFF
insulin users!!,

I $1100 $Z5



ooaoaa Recipes ""'''''' REG. TO $25.98 REG. TO $49.98 SPORTSWEARSkirts, Sweaters and Slacks dyed to match. .

tradi ional dishes for New Year'syed
One of the Southland's
,ucrr.+orrrwroraA Day Is Hog Jowl and Black.E: Peas This time honored $1500 $29
,,.s4 11wCHILDREN'S dish Is said to bring a bright n'elf year to those who partake ""ffn 33%% OFF
PARTYAn and to guarantee that they will n,of( go hungry In 1963.
easy to make sweet! If rice Is added to the tom some, the result is another
Assorted SandwichesMilk favorite throughout the south Hopping John, which .Is p0'8' REG. TO $29,98 REG. TO $79.93

Sliced Candy! Rolls suggested Authority I to for make the one followingof humble. I recIpe Is Elizabeth Cornelius &:: [I=tJ I ONE GROUP /. PRICE I

SLICED CANDY ROLLS Jacksonville,friend and colics sue In the Florida Press Worn- $1600 33!% OFF ,
4 cups puffed rice en's Club as food editor of The TImes Union. So if you i full 30 day supply of

H pound (about 3)) caramels are "fed up" with rich holiday food, make corn bread to goCK e sterile

If large marshmallows with this (for New Year's Day.HOGJOVYLBLA. e sharpe ALL FALL
: EYED PEAS
2 tablespoons milk
1 package ($ ounces) acmlI Get a piece of pork known I ss the hog Jowl, and boll ready-to-usa FALL end WINTER
I sweet chocolate pieces It slowly a long time with bta,ck eyed peas that first have DISPOSABLE HANDBAGSENTIRE
I 1 cup chopped pecans been soaked Season! with onion salt and pepper. COATS and SUITS
s lies puffed rice in a jelly For Hopping John you need to aid 4 cup uncooked rice. INSULIN NEEDLES
6 roll or other shallow baking Let cook (for half an hour Oft!r low heal Or. the rice can 33/O %
PIUS! -i new syringe itery month Plain and fur-trimrned coats In dark end light/ LINE Off
J pan in a moderate (:J50 degrees be served separately. Below la Elisabeth's tested recipe for;
colors. Untrimmed suits In fabrics and double knits.
) own for about 10 minutes UOPPLMU G I JOHN .
f ; place In a well-greased cup dry bUcIJv4 toyed; peas only $]59
large bowL Melt together the 10 J cope hatS m broth 33%
1 caramels, marshmallows and cup chopped cooked ham OorrMILLINERY ROBES and 331L30l

( milk over hot water or very b cuprtct ASK OUR PHARMACISTS PAJAMAS. : OFF ,
low heat; stir to blend; pour Salt and pepper .
over puffed rice stirring until Boil peas for 2 minutes, the i fet soak In ham broth for I
evenly coated With buttered I- an hour. tae !ham broth for soaking the peas. (Do not soak
WISE'S
bands shape into two overnight) Add I teaspoon salt, boil gently In the broth until I
U by 2 Inch rolls; e hli L peas are almost done about half hour. Add chopped bmW C 4
Melt chocolate and spreadover and rice and cook covered tin rice la done, about 20 or PHARMACY Entire fall fine regularly up to $16.98.
candy rolls; nil In pecans :30 minutes. The liquid win be almost cooked away by toe CJ .
701 s. 4th Ave.PAoee .
; chill until chocolateIs time the rice Is tender If not,,, lake oa the com the last W. $400
firm. About 10 minutes before 18 minutes and tura up beat Add more broth it mixture
serving, remove iron seems dry. J7C-S2S4 rlSf, y NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE
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II'll.-. NGTON (AP) Presl *'
[ Johnson bad a lot of offi!. !.
and their wives sitting on ; I X
1.P dge of their chairs today ,', ,'
,pd with a sense of forebod- } : I" 'Y 5 PECIAl13TS
,
| some in hopeful expecta- .. ,,
!
[ch excitement was aroused AoouaNCt
v.y word that the President : Now own
a shakeup In his "littleet : you can a SHOP TONIGHT TIL 9 P.M.
'k ;" that he will make
new appointments to suchas '
1 x i ; '
SIt undersecretary, assist. a 41
Secretary and other admin-

1Y [ors.President i has ordered a |

|nt hunt" lie wants, so far lulpjorird:
I'h.. ossible to recruit his newInistrators r t
from men and
-altud) In the govern. : ,",

I the question arose: Whoet '
the ax, and who will be I
|oted to jobs paying as high
for little
3 000 a year? I as as ; :
s one of the hardest secrets I
act, because the President
ying his cards so close to

hest.nson dipped Into govern- I $1000 IIWUItJ..IOot1 ,
j ranks In making two of his I
| recent appointments. Sat- ; ,_ (.'
he named William Jbr "..
to head the Veterans Ad. ':
!ration. Monday night he r
|ted Sheldon S. Cohen to betor
of Internal revenue. I
|ier, who had been deputy
1 administrator, succeedsS. tie \, I'f
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hn W. McCormack may -ItM.1r1
e i today how far the Demo.
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leadership will go In cubing -
with a group of liber- to
eking changes In House als .
I and reprisals against two of
hern Democrats. {8

Cormack was to return to
fiington today. Without his I Model LW472 Hotpoint BIG 14-POUND
rt the changes sponsored the I
Democratic study group ed Deluxe All-Porceloln Automatic WattimWashes
1 by Rep. John A. Blatnik I I .. i I r ),us er
Minnesota would have tough I full 14 pound wltctlve loads really clean Fto

1 Saturday.ng- In the party caucus has i tort Wid.Arc Spiral Agitation .most thorough,gen

fctnlk laid In an interview tie action. Fountain Filter Washing Action filters
group of more than 100 u.:1"! two ways and really traps lint ALL PORCELAIN out
berg intends to push its na : I fAd.t tide and Inside complete protection against rust ond f
am But he would make no
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(jctlon about the outcome I
e conferring with McCor- "
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Arsons
close to McCormack
sented him as being favor. V Big Capacity Electric' Clothes Dryer
| disposed to one of the ma- "''It' G', r
a-
I proposals of the Blatnikp r t' ){ f ; Porcelain drum and top Up-front lint filter f r
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This would break the N I j '
I of the Rules Committee on Safety Start feature Clothe ore dried safely soft ond
labor by limiting to 21 days I fluffy-juit right for Ironing
(time it could block a House I t.
i on bills approved by other II
|mtt es.- 'I '\ ':to S S. ,: $112 NO TRADE NIIOIDf
..minimize the danger of CHOOSI YOUR OWN TERMS '\ t
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cCormack also was rcpre- N : b .JN.".. ( Deluxe All-Porc.laln' Automatic' Washer
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Mop Up and Mercy.. in Flood Wake I odayr ff"est most, d nced.:



SAN FRANCISCO force of men(AP and) -machines A- atures Snow added and to falling the temper. rivers In extreme northern Cali the weather," said Yreka Civil Bottom 70 miles west of here on special government assistance. CO''LOR' ; TV'I'

>mighty i shouldered the task to-I refugees from high misery of fornia. They have been cut off Defense chief Bill Sowle, "and the Klamath. I'm concerned Uncounted thousands of men :
water
of cleaning up after thewest' threatened again to block helicopter and since Dec. 21. Civil Defense you're going to see the damndest about those people and I'm concerned -were at work In the three coast .... I' I
day week floods delivery of workers said they undoubtedlywere airlift out of here you've states, and Idaho and Nevada,
Christmas food
bundles about the
people
of California to hundreds getting desperate for food. ever seen. on also hit by floods, beginning the
called by the major governor American dis-'high California marooned In the Dozens of helicopters were in "This la very very rugged, whom we have no reports at restoration of roads and highways the magnificent I
timber
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for the ninth country Yreka, Calif., near the Oregon mountainous country. In some all." railroad service, and MClgnCl"oI
aster, airlift hoisted, food Between 400 straight and day. border loaded for mercy missions -'areas we'll have to evacuate Roughly the northern third of communications and power
500
massive
A persons but unable to take off because California, all Oregon and 14
repair equipment -were Isolated In and in others we'll have to
emergency vestpocket lum- drop lines.Many
and northwestern of snow and king condi- counties in Washington had northern California Never before such dazzling
stricken bering and
into mining communities tions. supplies. We have a report of 14 been declared a disaster area,
contractors halted work
con.
-raiitornia.! along the Klamath and Salmon We get a three-hour break In children in one house at Oak enabling the region to receive structlon projects and sent on their Color pictures. such glorious

men and heavy equipment to
the aid of state, county and city tonal fidelity In TV sound!
Stress of Office Town Gives Wheat For Nasser crews In the mop.up operations.

California's Gov. Edmund G C Color-Brit Tub for vivid pictures hilf-agiln as
I Brown made a low-level hell. bright M most others.
Viet HeroWelcome
copter tour of part of the stricken S Quick Meturti appear In Just 12 seconds, four

Won't .Hurt LBJJOHNSON Despite His TiradeWASHINGTON devastation area Monday"a major and called American the tlmu!!Vjr! tha"othrs-no more annoying wiltIng.a .

disaster." Chromt-Tcn Control add thrilling depth and

CiTY, Tex. (AP) several newsmen and it was I I (AP) Only the transaction had been made Frank Dryden, deputy dimcntlon monochrome to color pictures-ilia with replaces a warm drib ipl.-ton*.
SAUGERTIES AP
_The doctor who keeps daily decided to compile the questionsand N.Y. ( ) -I five days after Egypt's Presi some time ago, the United director of the Office of Emergency No more Wllh.d.out pictures
watch!: over President Johnson answers so all would havean About half of the 4,000 residentsof dent Gamal Abdel Nasser had States still could have stopped Planning, and other
predicts he will withstand the even break.A this Hudson Valley village I told America in effect to take its the deal after Nasser's speech Washington officials Inspected' a Autoiutle Color eliminates critical fln.tun'nGplchn.s '

stresses and strains of the White:' couple of the questions and turned out in 24-degree weatheron aid and "go to hell," the United of last week. I flood ravaged areas in both California remain appear Instantly. p.rfectly-
House in outstanding fashion. answers the flag-lined, streets States is going through with He accused U.s. AmbassadorLuc'us and Oregon and carried colortrue.a
Rear Adm. George G Burk-I' Q In the light of the heart snowy plans to provide him with $1',-| Battle of trying to put a report on the situation to Color Portlier utomitlcalty kip in!!pictures
ley, personal physician to the attack in 1955, what is the stateof to welcome home Capt. Roger 994,000 worth of aurplus wheat. I[economic pressure on Egypt President Johnson pure,lots you_m ova your M gnvox without
President describes Johnson's the President's heart today: H. C. Donlon, first winner of the I The Agriculture Department and told a cheering crowd in "Not a minute Is being wastedIn calling servicemen to r..duit| the picture.

health as excellent.But A. No evidence of residual of Medal of Honor In South Viet Issued an authorization Monday' Port Said "Anyone who does I getting reconstructionprojects High Fidelity Sound Sytttm products 8.timer!
Burkley, who keeps In the 1955 heart attack. All findings Nam's war against Communist for the purchase of that amountof not like our attitude can drink under way," Drydensaid. moro muile ixw r thin ordinary TV.
touch with the President's indicate normal function guerrillas. wheat under the Food-tor- from the sea. And If the Medi- .
health through dally observationand |and reserve. Peace program. terranean is not big enough, we 'President' Johnson has or
i general check every 7 to Q. The President also had a Stores closed, the auditoriumof The department will pay cash. will give him the Red Sea to dered that the entire broad/ro-
10 days, would like Johnson to kidney stone removed In 1955, the municipal building was for the wheat in the open mar- drink, too." gram of federal
take off a little weight. and there have been reports renamed for Donlon fellow ket, and Egypt will pay for the In Egyptian slang, to "drink placed at your disposal, Just as
He reports Johnson weighs 205 doctors recommended be drink townsmen gave him a dinner'atthe grain In its own currency, a from the sea" Is the equivalentof It was for Alaskans after Jaslsprlng's !
to 210 pounds. Buckley wishes it less milk after a slight recur part of which will be spent hi to "go to hell." earthquake."
largest restaurant In town-
were nearer 200. rence of kidney trouble In 1063 I the United Arab Republic. I His outburst apparently was
The White House released for What are the facts? although only 250 could fit In Although arrangements for triggered by US. accusationsthat

publication Monday questions A. There has been no kidney and they filled the biggest he Is aiding Congolese rebels
submitted by newsmen, along trouble since mid-1963 Calcium :school auditorium in Ulster Found Safe and intimations that future
with Burkley's replies. Press intake is frequently reduced I County to Its capacity of 1000. aid deals would be curtailed riD
secretary George K. Reedy said when stone formation has oc- The gifts the 30-year-old cap. In MotorboatNAPLES because of this.
questions had been entered by curred !in the past. I lain received were humble, but Nasser said in his speech:
I eloquent. (AP) Ralph 'August "We have sent arms to the Con
golese rebels, and will
we continue
The Father Harty Drum Lindsay was back on land to send arms because the Jude.. of w1u. aka
after
Corps that he once led as a teenage today spending more than rebels need them. the wlw el our earIneuranoelCooled
21 hours aboard his 15-toot outboard The Medlt.n..n n..
damesuilleMOVKS iun
drum major gave him his boat in the "We do not accept any words mod.1l.nuIn Peon
Gulf of
Meil-
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old baton, engraved. The volunteer against us, and we will cut off m.toe.yl Only On swivel e..'....
fire department made hima co.The Coast Guard said It found the tongue of anyone who uses
MERCHANDISE: life member, the first !In Its
them do
we not need their
Lindsay drifting In the Gulf
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the American Legion, Veteransof Naplesat j 16th Ave. PROGRAM ENJOYMENT.with spectacular
-m-LfT{ 91JIEJillI'I'II[ '[ Foreign Wars, Dads of Foreign 2:31: said p. m.the Monday.lone mariner A spokesman was Washington has been supply- realism enhanced even further by thrilling sound from
Service Veterans and the Ing Nasser with about $140 mil I. PhoneFRenkfln .
South; Side Men's Club. In good condition but "hungryand lion In food yearly under a the 10 watt audio amplifier, four high fidelity speaker
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Coast Guard helicopter spotted next June 30. The Nasser 2-0444 guarantee of dependability, this magnificent MagnavoxIs
Tremendous Savings in Lindsay and the cutter Point government has asked for $33 truly the finest your money can buyl Yet It costs only
Swift picked him up and took million worth for the coming Ralph Turn p.nnl..d.y more than ordinary TV You must lee and
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a_ Every Department A spokesman said Lindsay put eater s hear It to appreciate Its superb performance!
w out for Mexico
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"I didn't come here to discuss -

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ask for agricultural Items, a
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and three squadrons of Jet
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in the Lake you can do for a new nation
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WASHINGTON last week any aid that has strings at planes?" celebration was a bit much."' asked.
was known as "Tell the United tached. Our country has its "And what about the Negroesin "We made the Russian ambassador ""It's a coup d'etat I warned
States to Jump In the Like pride." the South?" the Prime Min- eat a flag also and he you if you didn't give me aid
Week." Between Gen. K h a nh "My government will not per Ister said. didn't complain." my government would fall. Now
In Viet Nam, the African nations mit your government to tell'us The American ambassador "That's because you tipped you'll be dealing with an un
In the UN, and our good how to run our Internal af clutched Ills desk as a bomb him off and he had one madeof friendly regime and you have
and dear friend Nasser In the. fairs." went off In the embassy base rice paper." only_ _yourself._to blame.I _
United Arab Republic, everyone "Mr. Prime Minister why did illll't I1150111 g u> DB hard lUll -
seemed to be giving us the I you burn down the USIA library me to Justify American aid in You've Heard About Them! '
business and there wasn't muchwe ?" your country when you keep doIng 1
could do about it. I "I will not sit here and listen things that offend our coun Now-See, : Q
Nobody seems to be impressed to these colonist attacks try." Hear end
with the power and Influence against my country. We are a "Be more specific, Mr. Am-' Enjoy Their
of the United States these free nation and we can burn bassador." 'I Talents! ; ,r _
days. down any library we feel like" "Well, for example, I thought CHUCK r 1l
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By JOE HALBERSTEIN --- -- .- Franks ,
I-S; and Paul Olivier

Tuesday, December 29, 1964 Sun Sports EditorJACKSONVILLE ver, 6. J, forwards; John
f. t\\ \: Florida Florida to Seek Paul Fultz, ( S, center; and
.I.--... ". p Cator: Bowl
goes after another Tommy Nelms, 6.0; and Jim I'

basketball championship tonight my Clark, S t, guards
when It opposes favored Olivier leads the Longhorns

Wake Forest at I o'clock at the Fifth Titlelast in scoring with a IS.' mark
Cage
Tells I Coliseum here. per game. Pitts tops Georgia,
Bernie Georgia and Texas meet In and the Southeastern Conference

the opening game of the Hth i with a 22.75 average. Wal-
A, j-- ? annual event at 7:15 D.m. ler
Is
hitting 19! a game to give
year and Tom Baxley toot On occasions, Waller goes to'
r The Gators won the title last Georgia a fine 1 2 scoring
It two Both Gator
years ago center with Pitts moving to
1952 and
and In 1951
How Browns year guards will make a bid to be punch.
has taken H three forward and sophomore
1957. Georgia the first player to Jeffords Is fourth In the SECIn
ever capture
times, 1953, 195S and 1956 laurels twice. Dwayne Powell taking over at rebounding with 12 a game.
Wake Forest and Texas are guard. Powell Is an outstanding The losers tonight will playat

playing in the event for th e Three Others 'prospect who averaged 233 a 7:15 Wednesday In a con-

Beat ColtsSo first time. Along with Henderson and,game with the Bulldog frosh solation game. The winners collide .

Florida also has hid Its share Baxley, Florida's Joe Hobbs last year.Texas at I for the tourney cham

of outstanding players In the was best player In 1957, Augle [ will open with Larry pionship.Season's ,
you want to know bow the Cleveland Browns rose up BROOKS HENDERSON Gator Bowl tourney. Brooks Greiner in 1852 and Rick Ct-

in all their fury and smote the favored Baltimore Colts, can he repeat as MVP? Henderson copped the honor :sares In 1951. '

27-0, on Sunday to win the professional football championship Records 1 1eery t
. No other school has produced -
-. (NFL) of the world BAD KNEE ACTS UP more than one winner of '. taw
ex-Gator Bernie Parrish, defensive corner- ...
1 If you listen to the most valuable honor. .. 104 T. wglW.eal M
M NerM CanllM .
there wasn't much to It. N MIMIillMMLW u
back for the Browns, MCMIMMItOMrfll nI >,... Slits. N
defensive adjustments that workedout UF coach Norman Sloan T dlMDtvMMn .. CMMMTi
"We made a couple of N
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q can .
is as cop slats n
real well," be said Monday afternoon in a telephone eels his cagen can repeat as ,IW4 LoU Ts N.sr.M.p b

J conversation from his home in Aurora, Ohio Namath Injured champions provided they play wa INwt ew..N*"hone*

"We used an oddly- paced, ever.shifted defense for our up to the form shown in the I tl (wTi-W : ,
linemen. And we played nan-to-man pass defense Instead of 73 54 victory over North Carolina I H Nortd c_..... ells *. ,huN
,. .
the zone we had been using." MIAMI (AP) Top-ranked Bryant "the greatest football groaned, as the rugged 6-fool last week.He sa is Meant apse Tea.11I. 7.II N p 'trtlitl...,_ Mllllwy/ .,
Cleveland's front four "blitzed" Colts' quarterback If vision" is If n.w., nuts.
Told that Alabama probably has lost star player I ever saw, went down in passing whiz from Beaver Falls, plans to open with th e : "e n If MIIIt alM
Johnny Unitas quite well In the game, virtually nullifying I II r.CW40L..1.d n Nor', Cods
quarterback Joe Namath for the pain while executing a simple Pa., was carried to the dressingroom. same lineup that stunned the /Ws.aa
Baltimore's overhead attack, Bernie explained it this Orange Bowl football game here handoff during a drill Monday."Oh Later, Namath was on Tar Heels. That will have Gary

way Friday night, but Texas isn't no, not this," Bryant crutches. Keller, 6 9, and Dick Tom
"It's misconception that we don't blitz We blitz a thirdof
a chortling. The Injury threw a blanket of linson, 6 S, forwards; Jeff
the time, from halfway through the season on. We didn'tblitz 'We're' more afraid of Steve gloom over the camp of the Ala) -Ramsey, I 10, center; and Cotton Bowl QBs
at the start of the season. That's where they were getting '
Sloan, said Texas Coach Darrell bama team, rated a slxpol Henderson, 6 I; and Baxley.
the idea we didn't rush the passer. Royal on hearing that favorite over Texas, which was S 11, guards. I

Ideal Game Plan tamath's fragile right knee had national champion In 1963 and

Bernie said Cleveland' game plan was "ideal." buckled on him again in Monday's lost only one game on Its Ij). ,fidgety Wake Bones Forest McKinney, coached, comesin b y Take SpotlightArkansas

In his words, "We Just gave it to Jim Brown and his practice. "This Sloan Is I game schedule this year with a S record, outstanding
running made it easy for Frank Ryan to throw when he good[ passer and runner. He'athe z That was a one point setback talent and a aUght
51 boy who brought Alabama by Arkansas. DALLAS (AP-There's) a dlf- under
,
had to. It gave Ryan more time. edge to win the tourney. five-year I
Even In the pro ranks, nothing blunts a red dog rush better through. Alabama hadn't figured to run 'erence In their ages and experience senior Fred Marshall, never lost

than a running back who rips through for big hanks .f Sloan, also handicapped by a against Texas, the country Starters but the quarterbacks a (aim.

yardage.: And there's little doubt that Brown is the finestIn bad right knee, probably will sixth strongest team on defense The Deacons likely will star of he Cotton Bowl game havea Churchlch got to show Ms I

the business at that task. have to carry the signal-calling .. w rr against rushing. Its princIpal off against Florida with sophomore great deal In common whenIt stuff when the regular quarterback

burden for the Crimson Tide IfNamath' hopes lay in Namsths accurate Jim Boshart, I I; and comes to playing football.It Fred Duda, went out withan

injury ties him to the Bob Leonard, I 2, at forwards was the third game of the Injury. 0Looked

sideline. t arm.The U-man Texas squad flew ; Ronny Watts, I I I, season before each took the
Poor
This appeared likely today :.. Into town Monday. Phil Harris, center; and John Anderson, land chance to show what he could Marshall

three days before the night, .I 'a 190-pound! wingback. Is the 0, Dick Myers, S I. do.Nebraska the starting, quarterback who had become the
a on
game between the nation's No. land I knee under sophomoreBob
another
main casualty guards[ .
basis of what he did In
No. S ranked college elevens \.. f/# ,y i case and Royal said he Four members of the Wake Churchlch, roiled to a "I terrible spring
training, was In the first
and Sloan himself is 'a ';4,' :! :; wouldn't know until late today Forest team are scoring I In record. game against Oklahoma State.

doubtful quantity. JOE NAMATH whether Harris would be readyto double figures for seven games He suffered a shoulder Injury,

Namath, called by Coach PaulII .may miss' Texan game play. _.__ Leonard leads it 117.' Watts to be sure, but that was part of

la right behind at It I, Bosh Finley Sells the excuse hold him out of the

Bernie was queried about a pass catch made by Colts' HE SIGNED EARLY PACTGeorgia's art, 15.1; and Anderson 13.'.. ,I tcnnd game against Tulsa.

flanker back Jimmy Orr (ex-Georgia player) when he faked Florida, too, has four players Tickets To This and the fact that he had

the Browns' representative from Gainesville and grabbed the i i In double figures but much been too tight, had overshot his
ball while going out-of-bounds. The official ruled that he mailer totals. Keller, Baxley! 'receivers and had gained only

caught for Baltimore.it out-of-bounds, nullifying a gain. of about 40 yards Wilson a Pro ? points and Tomllnaon a game with are scoring Henderson 12'' City BossesKANSAS ball.seven yards running with the

'He was outof-bounds," Bernie said. "He caught the pass at II.'. I Couch Frank Broylts wasn't
it unds." ATLANTA AP The Gators will carry the CITY tAP) going to put him ba'k In because
In mid-sir and be couldn't get his feet down Ja..b ( ) All-Amerl- League back Wilson, Sullivan said.
Asked about the weather conditions, Bernie said, "It was ca tackle Jim Wilson of the UnIversIty -I Wilson told the Constitution: University of Georgia official I finest defective: record Into the Charles O. Flnley, who consld of the possibility of
of Georgia Is reported to told that I could said tourney, however. Florida I h era himself a good salewnan, wrecking his football career.
Athens
good. It was 30-something "They me signan at they wanted lo I
Told there was a day when he would have froze to deathIn have played his last season of undated agreement to play!Investigate the matter fully before eighth In the nation, permitting has sold season ticket to each Two bad games In a row would
of the 12 councilman and he
Mlml's city : have meant the finish.
only 87 6 points gam -
and football per
a game under such circumstances. Bernie laughed eligibility under a with them and that they would commenting
calla It the opening of a new era Then tried him
wal.rmark BroylfS
17 Is the high
said, "I like playing football this kind of weather. ,professional contract with the not date It until after Georgia's
for his Kansas City Athletics against Texas Christian In the
AheadThe Boston Patriots of the American 1964 season ended, and In that to an opponent.
More Work Celtics Hold third of the season and he
Wake Forest Is scoring at a game
Football League, the Atlanta manner, I would be able to complete Hanging over the city now Is a
Browns celebrated their championship at a private party i Constitution said In today's edlons. my career at Georgia. I Ttl clip while allowing 71 goal of S,000 season tickets lo be came through He ran, passed

Sunday night. But Bernie won't be Idle long. As Cleve- signed this agreement which liaylor, 'V Cit! points a game sold In the next few months. and directed. Arkansss to a 29 (

land's player representative, he will go to Miami in a The Constitution quoted Patriots was not dated and I did not consider I Best Record victory. Fine Effort

few days for a session with the other club's spokesmen.At President William H. Sul- It a valid contract. I To 16 Points Georgia, whom ) I record I and The Chamber officials of Commerce From then on there Jult.a.n't

these meetings, they discuss new demands these players Ivan Jr as saying: "We have signed with San Francisco on I I. the tourney's bent will show, city In the pledged fullnnperstion anV doubt about who

might want to make on their club owners. Actually, they'reunion In our files the contract of Georgia Dec 2t and intend to play with By TIlE ASSOCIATED PRESS off I 7 forward Jerry Walet following an amicable campaign meeting would be the Arkansas quarter

representatives tackle Jim Wilson. We them." of the finest reboundrs back. Marshall I.OM
one compiled
,
Beating the
Boston
Celtics Is with ,
Flnley Monday
Then Bernie goes back to Cleveland to pick up his offseason signed him with no coercion and
The Constitution quoted Sullivan tough enough under In the Southeastern Colt yards In total) offense, passed
Job. He works In a brokerage office ran by AI Rosen, he Indicated to us that he Intended as saying that when Wilson circumstances: but when ordinary erence; -and star guards Jim: P'lnJ.y.ho made his fortune for four touchdowns, scored

a Mlamlan who made a same for himself as a third baseman to play In Boston this apparently decided to sign with two top scorers produce just your It my Pitts, I l; and Lee Martin selling Insurance, hadn't gotten three and made the AH.Southwest
lo first bate with his tkket
for the Cleveland Indians. year, the 49ers several weeks ago, he points between thi-m. Its Joel I 0 Mac Crennhaw. 1pivot -t r Conference turn
Asked if the championship was his biggest thrill IB sports, Last Saturday afternoon Wilson "returned the bonus check to 'about Impossible.The from Jacksonville; and I rive prior to the meeting Civic Churchk.h: was untested the

Bernie said simply, "You can say it was most satisfying. signed a professional contract I us." Los Angeles Lakers Ray Jeffords, I S sophomore I leaders were shot because Finey day he was called upon to takeover

"You know, we (Browns' defense) didn't play much Sunday.We with the San Francisco "But we still consider him our I earned that Monday night as forward, are expected to beother the I was pushing a lawsuit that fur the Injured Duda. But
were only In there for 40 plays. I thought maybe we doers of the National Football property and sent the check I the National Basketball Ansoclauon starters. would give Mm an emsp hat didn't last king. He got the
wouldn't even get a share of the gate. From the way they .s Eastern! Dtvkdon-lead- clause to move the baseball club Cornhtnikers swinging down the

talked, they were going to give our share to the Baltimore log Celtics trounced them 133111 lo another city. championship lane, Me scored
offense." (This was before the game was played). I 'Hospitality'Scssion At Monday's session Flnley four touchdowns passed for I

Bernie admitted It bas been a long season. "Fourteen The Lakers, front.runners In told the council he was dropping !seven, ran for 15} yards and

games, the playoff -and don't forget the five exhibition 0 nun the Western Division, got Just U For the lawsuit. He promised that threw for Ml I II
games That makes %0. "So It was six years and 121 gamest points from Jerry West and only the club would stay In Kansas

win that championship." Bernie said. ---- lour from Elfin Baylor and never City for the three-year duration I I
Asked how long it would take the NFL office to send him NewKnoswe.w T_ II- threatened the Celtics, who Tipoff Club I of Its stadium.lees*. a.C M Yf

his check for some $8,000 as a winning player's share of 0caIe A. oewwwe?... -N.._. taew_. 5THP..-.iris. "b.nMnl r np.A had six men In double figures "I hope the attendance will be m

the game and his championship ring, Bernie said, "I don't ,_ Caw sv"s K Nor' Ma,_ ", Tan'.. n J..._ The Victory kept the Oils six Members of the Gainesville nod enough that we will stay ,
waited six for I wait a..Nh -. -..5.OTN.y.w J_,NwrcaN in Tipoff Club who plan to attend for many years," Flnky said.
know. But I years Sunday so can a n. __ II games front of Cincinnati ,
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j few more months for the check and ring. They can't takeit -_ h_ nil ... ,.....,,,. CC. T,_wN.. _Cn.n'.n._ p1 00 no_p,sr_ CNV n which rallied to (top San Fran tonight' Gator Bowl basketball Mayor llus W, Davis said I .,..,....

away, can they?" n..wC a.ft w. _eI u e."wOssa.Nw aT..N.e i say C-. n.asepr too llJ-106. Lot AnfclM let a tourney si Jacksonville dropping the litigation "clean'; Awe J

j Bernie was told by the caller that the weekend producedan w_ r_ s.-0<1_t.w.r..e Ooa a.N aon I tde N_ aped. nws. halt game of Us margin over alt )Invited to a "'hospitably" the war for 'us lo prtklpaU In
I oddity. There were four football games played Saturday awr __ 11. ....-, 001,... _140-W..... II, _.A1.s .. Idle St. Louis and now leads the hour this tam.I, ,!!. I nope we can I N..e I
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and Sunday. The winners were the Bills (Buffalo San Diego) nine iwrN- -....... -.M.n,WNNr'---MtN. Units by three games.In The event will be In UF sell 1,000 season tickets. The Llf.

Blues (Blue Cray) and Bulldogs (Georgia Texas Tech), tailors oW II.C.. U.O_II SN.w. II :::. r....Pin. ..Para. MK.r/r N Monday night's only" other coach Norman Sloan's suite way to keep" this chin here Is lo JO' NI.
and then the Browns. An the"B" teams. .. CfIy hM/Mw.e) _Tsn..psPVe game, Detroit downed New at the Roosevelt Hotel It will support It. ) 1 w 1 ..w

-Guess the "B" didn't stand for Baltimore, did\ It?" ke Ldp_NKN CNT" .K.. Lam NMLe..wM Pct _N ...Ie, .., .. .. c:_ ao. York 12J-117. be from 111: IS pm. Then the eouncllmtn signed 112.1110
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stay oa top ef The Associated b tJ" f1.i..Yg. ajbfce btte mt ..... ".. ) ; ,' : ..
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mastered the subject collected 33 pdhts tn the >tlghj "The fctng' was based on i w.a, defeated 1"f, Mdw 1 C sew. II I
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The Wolverines, ranked No. 1 I' far the o..r s..r_cntawl N awp.:.: eta: r.o;' :: I EXAMPLE !
week.I I race top spot. I games through7aturdsy and ""' .r...rtn. Crei for the second straight Thvdranked Mnmota bad aware pools were awarded eej a basisof round. The will precede
a..rUM.s game
gave Manhattan a basketball Monday sight but held ooor It for a first-place veto, I for .._n.T. .... _... a stmUinal mates betweenOklahoma pwwse .sear ow'r .. MW.1 401 155 50.000
lesson In the opening round of ( a 777 victory ever Washington second etc. -- ..... a.ev ur Weo a ITU
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overcame some early Cardra top five, noted Pepperdme ISO 1 MinnesoU (t) 20 -assno. _.. w a .r a
liters; suffered by Michigan .4 at tilt Western College Athletic 4. tCLA r< -;:
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By NI3 NISSEN to pull the Wildcats to a 82-

As'lstant Sports EdItorCalneI11Ie' North Marion 57 advantage and seeminglywrap

hustling H a r- up the battle
rlcanes missed a story book But Welsch came through

finish by one point last nightin Bows, 4443, with another steal and layup
a down-to-the-wire basketball and Rick scored on a layup

thriller with rival Ocala. To Green Coveter and free throw to knot the

Wayne Rick and Boyd Welsh score seconds before the final

led a last quarter surge that buzzer.

pulled the Hurricanes from to pull the Hurricanes Into Froze Ball
a 12-polnt deficit to a 12-62 I the thick of things at 4856. I CHS froze the ball at the

deadlock as time ran out I Welsch then took over, leap start of the three-minute over
But forward Jim Stein dropped ing from nowhere for several time period waiting for one
In a free throw in the steals and quick layups to rattle shot. But Rick was fouled with

overtime period to give the the Wildcats.A 46 seconds left and missed

tall Wildcats a (342 decisionIn jumper by Carl Johnson, two free throws and big Jeff

t w Y rsg first round play I nth. two layups by Welsch and a Curchin again grabbed the rebound -

Gainesville Holiday Classic. John Willis jumper pulled the for Ocala.
o Green Cove Springs nipped Hurricanes to 57-58 with 2:26 The Wildcats kept the ball

North Marion, 44-43 in another remaining.Tom until Stein was fouled and drop 4A
thriller In last night's opening Purvis then tallied 0 n ped In his free shot with only

sg t two free throws and a jumper 12 seconds to go. Curchin again .A
contest.Tonight's Schedule grabbed the rebound as Stein r I
Green Cove meets Dunnel- missed a second free throw to (AP) WlrtpAola, to it* I*,

lon In one semifinal clash t o- Rose Bowl keep the Wildcats In passes. Pardon My Thumb
night at 7 o'clock, and Ocala Reserve center Tom Parker
battles Jacksonville Paxon In stole the ball In the dying seconds Villanova's Bill Soens uses a one-finger hook on Wichita' ]Larry Noslch I fa

the other at 130.: Teams Work and raced for a layup Monday night's Quaker City tourney game. Shockers won the semi-final con-
Dunnellon defeated Haw but It came after the buz- .

thorne in Its opening game zer had sounded.

; last Saturday night, while Fax On Offense 21 Points test.Russell

on blasted Palatka. Rick finished with 21 I Stallworth Top

Rick and Welsch put on PASADENA, Calif. (AP) points 18 of which came In
,
., dazzling performances In the It's getting to a point where ev the second half, and Welsch I
hectic fourth period as they ery minute counts for Michiganand pumped In 14
12
took turns rifling the ball Oregon State as they continue markers
In
coming the last two
perIods
Stars in Tourneys
through the hoop. football drills for their Dill Boaz fired 17 points for Cage

Steals, Layups Rose Bowl meeting Friday. the Hurricanes and fouled out

( STEVE LECGEIT' FIRES SHOP Rick hit four straight jump The weather took a turn for late in the third quarter. Fourth-ranked UCLA, unbeaten once-beaten CinclnnaU'plays St.John's .
(25) shots at the start of the quar- the better for the first time in By DICK COUCH
Watching Are Ocala'a Curchln"(42), Thompson week as Michigan held two-a Curchin, a '-7, 240 -pound I Associated Press Sports Writer Utah and Iowa Joined Minnesota -] In Wednesday's semffl.
a hulk led ail nals. The Bearcats
semifinals
scorers with 22 in the Los Angeles ripped Tern
hour session
practice Monday. points and pulled down numer Sensational performances by The Bruins ran their win-| pie 03-56 and the Redmen edged
Has Aerial Attack Oregon, meanwhile, practiced ous rebounds. Michigan whiz Cazzle Russell LaSalle 78-71
Monday
Orange FSU for only 40 minutes before coach Purvis a 6-5 ning string to seven after an
Junior forward and Wichita All-America Dave
followed with loss to Illinois by whipping
opening
Tommy Prothro called his
boysIn 17 points and also did a Stallworth have kept the holiday Arizona 9979. Utah, M Roily Pays Off
In saying he was displeasedwith yeoman' I I Wichita, beaten only by Mich.
Mission their work. Job on the backboards. ball rolling for the nation's top nipped Michigan State 7W5 and \
Worries OklahomaJACKSONVILLE Purvis 1 guarded Welsch .two college basketball powers. Iowa defeated Southern California Igan In eight games, overtook
I "We still don't know how far closely Russell rattled Madison Villanova on consecutive three
throughout the 71-65. I
Sugar BowlNEW along our boys are In preparing holding the GHS to game, Square Garden boards for 36 point plays by Stallworth and
ace lone
for the game" Michigan coach basket In the first half. a points, leading the No. 1 ranked Duke's No 8 Blue Devils, Idle I Kelly Pete with 134 minutes to
ORLEANS (AP) Ben' (AP) Getting Bump Elliott told a meeting of Ocala grabbed the lead Wolverines over stubborn Man-] Monday, seek their sixth victoryIn play and pulled away In the (final I.
ready to meet pass-minded the ear-
the onetime Southern California football ly In the first hattan 90-77 In a first-round seven starts at Ohio State I 10 minutes. Dave Leach netted
Schwartzwalder Bowl quarter and
Gator held
Florida State In the writers
guides Syra- Monday 10 to 15 came of the ECAC Holiday Fes- Wednesday night.! 21 points and Pete 16 for the
who point
haunting 1 FTT margins most of
paratrooper Saturday brings "I like, the way it looks out Wheatshockers. Jim
Russell 8foot-6 Washington
York Michigan's
tival at New Monday
the gridiron, Ii a man the way The Wildcats/
on and shudders to the there led 18-
cuse thoughts now, and hope It stays night backcourt ace, scored 22 first-scored 23 of Villanova, now t-l
9. at the (
with a mission. Oklahoma coaching staff that for the end of the Initial
rest of the
way of 1 Cliff Anderson and Tom Dun
scored half 10
to the Stallworth, meanwhile, points, hitting on :
wants to prove quarter 32-21 at halftime
week
He Elliott said and,
looking out
world that the brand of college They've been studying filmsof the window at the bright 52-49 at the end of the third 20 of his 29 points In a second- shots from the floor to pace the scored consecutive baskets In
played In the East Islip Florida State's last five But sun. period. half rally that shot No. 2 Wichita Wolverines to a 45-39 halftime the closing minutes, giving St
football the
afternoon
midway through VII- The Ten favorites Joseph's a 71-69 lead, after the
to with the kind playedin games and conclude that FSU practice session the I past previously-unbeaten margin. Big
par sun Well-Balanced and into the finalsof their seventh victory Illinl had stormed back Into
Dixie. He'll get his chance: resembles one of Oklahoma'searly went behind the clouds lanova 86-74 wrapped up -
his Orangemen meet season foes Southern Overcast skies and a again.week- Green Cove Springs used a the Quaker City Tournamentat In eight decisions with a 17-2 contention with spurts of eight
when well-balanced attack to trip Philadelphia.Two burst midway In the second and 10 straight points.
Louisiana State In the 30th renewal California which beat Oklahoma long rain have bothered both North
classic Marion In the night's half Russell contributing seven Anderson led the Hawks' bal
of the Sugar Bowl 4014. teams during their first week of < Beaten
Friday. ""That particular day Southern preparations.The opening The game. more points. anced attack with 17 points,

The last time Syracuse playeda California was hot and you forecast Is for, more rainIn of the Blue first Devils trailed most Nine of the top ten teams In Cazzle finished with a 15-for- three less than Illinois' 6-8 Sk.p

Southeastern Conference team know they were a fine team because the next two days with clear 27.23 advantage half but took a The 'Associated Press ratings 23 night from the field, six of, Thoren.
was In W5J and Schwartzwalderwould : they also beat Notre skies expected Thursday and and at Intermission went to the post In tournamentsthat seven free throws, 13 reboundsand Indiana trailed St. Louis by
prefer to forget that Dame later" coach Comer again for the game. held scant leads blanketed the country. The five assists. six points early in the second
I Jones of Oklahoma said Neither team has played 1 In 'throughout the final two per- only losers were Illinois and St. half before the Van Arsdie
lods.
0gm&Alabama dunned the Orangemen "The' day we played them,'" the rain I this_season._ Michigan. : t Louis, beaten by other membersof Bill Bradley Princeton's All- twins Dick and Tom combined
81" and In Schwarte- he recalled "Craig Fertlg lilt I COMER JONES played Ohio State In bitter cold Robert Stone tallied on a the select group. America and Olympic star, for nine straight ports

walder's words "set Eastern It of 28 passes for 212 yards. Yr'SU'worries him and wind on the final day of the Jump shot and free throw to St. Joseph's of Philadelphia, matched Russell's 36 points as that set off the Hoosier fire-
football back 10 years" We fumbled several times and regular season while the Beav- pull North Marlon to within which crashed the top ten for the Tigers outran Syracuse 79-69 works. Jon McGlocklln pared
college during a brief shower one point with 44 seconds left. week's ballot In another ECAC first and Dick
That decade Is up and gave them some easy chances, No team riddled Oklahomawith ers played the first time on this -rounder Indiana with 29 points
Schwartzwalder lays his team too." down the stretch as In their game at Colorado. Mike I Bartholf led Green outlasted the sixth-ranked Princeton meets Michigan and Van Arsdale added 18.
passes
have to play well the Sooners won five and tied : Prothro Mid he wouldn't have Cove scorers with 13 points, I mini! 75-71 after blowing a 16- I 1
knows "they'll Sophomores held practice at all Monday If and Stone topped North and the
:point lead gained
end. of last six for -3-1
their one their
a
hold :
to up continued. Marlon with
the rain had 17. Bill Davis and Quaker City finals opposite
On Syracuse's (treat sophomore Another member of the Oklahoma record. Sells Edwards I
chipped In with The unbeaten 10th-
Wichita. ]
Little,
halfback Floyd staff said the Sooner's
Senior Charles Mayhue, junior 11 points each for the Colts. ranked Hawks have won nine
much of the Orange defense In that GnerinNewHawk I
ride pass game reflected I
will Larry Shields and sophomore OAlNISVlUe ,..., starts-Including victories over
Bowl victory. sat "'.17 w. ,
the fact that two Inexperienced .
Sugar _
hopes for a M-Ml JoIItI ., ", Midi. M.: |1WI1.. SAVE !
became Davidson
Eugene Ross an accom- then nationally ranked -
bowlegged 193- sophomores were III '1.1.1 I rk ry .Gof, 1nen, t. Saw
Little a plished crew of pass defenders It__. ,+.. Tot ta 7.1.. and St. John's, N.Y.
pounder, picked up tit yards 1 In among the three deep backs on Coach .OCALA _... '-101" Thom,.,,. I
for the best perform, defense. behind star linebackers Carl Mc- 1 !-N, Or1"I. .04, Ivrvl. "7.17, I''.'n, St. Louis, No. 9, fell 98.88 before -
149 carries Adams and David Voiles. 5.44. cunMo. 1.1-11. Tot.11I 13017041. a furious second-half rush
ante hu a sophomore In Syracuse ST. LOUIS (AP) Ben Ker- c rt by tuwltrti
Ocet. li 14 M 91-as by seventh-ranked Indiana In
ii'lat rY. That means he Paiikralz McAdams and Shields each nerthe St. Louis Hawks owner ....".tII. fllltai.tl"MM the opening round of the Memphis -i'
was better In his first year than wear four stars on their hel- who changes coaches with the cove .IPRINOI' Ooolibv Classic. The Hoosier
Davis. Hit F''''y. | |.13, Hutdilm. 5.}t, State Enjoy Carling
Ernie
Jimmy Brown and mets. This means each pickedoff same ease that New Year's res- Jew M-7 lowl./ .. I.*;, swell, !, 8-0, meet the host team,
Little says being bow-legged Reelected four opponents' passes, olutions broken Is ready to HJ.: Tololli '''I'' .
are NORTH MARION ttfwirtfi. .-IH 95-92 overtime victor over, BLACK LABEL BEER
helps his balance. Voiles Is a two-star man. begin 1965 with a new one. Johnt. See, Dnli." 41.11, Frvm, ...l. Southern Methodist for the title
from the 5bn,. I-MJ, wood, 5 s-.. ToUli It-II
hit Lee PankriU named touchdown
"Other guys you was Only one was Kerner dropped the ax Monday 43. tonight.

side, one knee hits the other and president of the Alachua Coun- scored against Oklahoma by on Harry Gallatin and .ran tart C by.v.(uirttnt......... II It 4-.. Specially Priced
they go down but my legs ty Sportsmen's Association fora passing In the Sooners' last named veteran Richie Guerin ai NwlH Mars" II 14 II 0--N UCLA: AdvancesM i iI

won't straighten Little said at second term Monday night. seven games.A player<08ch of the National 'nneiota and San Francisco i For The
Syracuse's training .camp: In The group elected officers In freak Injury to Shields In Basketball Association club. Another Ycnzu? other unbeaten clubs?
pensacola Fla. the annual meeting at Guaranty practice Monday has Jones a Gallatin must have known hi? only
The New Haven, Conn., Federal. little uneasy, but the safety man time was short, realizing he had Juan among the natlonnl leaders advanced : HOLIDAYSand
DENVER (AP) Pablo In West Coast tnurnejsbut
product scored 12 touchdowns Elmer Burch. Edward Will! Is expected to be recovered by been leading the Hawks for 24 Diaz one of the top jockeysIn nnhearlded Washingtonthrew

this past season, five coming,and Bill Monday were named Saturday. seasons. Kerner has had nine Panama and Mexico City a scare at the third-,

against Kansas. as vice-presidents and Robert Hurts Knee coaches In the 10 seasons the rode his first U. S. winner at ranked Gophers before bowing

Route secretary.Elected I club has been In St. Louis, and Denver's Centennial track. But 77-76 in the first round of the ..p.w
Adult to the board of directors In a pans defense drill. Shields none has lasted that long life was just a series of suspensions Los Angeles Classic. The fifth-
City for two year terms were leaped Into the air.. When he Kerner explains It this way: here for the colorful Inked Dons matched Minneso-

Dempsey Sapp, Courtney Robert landed his knee bent backwardand "I'm at the point that if I rider. He was grounded three la'. 7-0 record by smoUiertn- I

and Dr. Geaorge Hurff. was overextended, trainer don't finish first I'd just as soon times by the stewards for rid- Pepperdine 10344 In a WCAC
Cage League .Pankrati said that the Sports- Ken Rawllnion reported finish fourth (last). There's no ing Infractions. tournament contest. I o4.
men's Association will continue "I think Shields will be all glory In second to me." -
Jan. 11The 'to work for a comprehen I v e right, but I hated to see him Under Gallatin the Hawks
Opens conservation recreation program miss the work" Jones said. finished second In the Western
,
Adult Basketball 'In Alachua County and Another practice Injury made Division the last two years and Brakes that pull to the) left or right are "
Gainesville the state at large not only for Glen Condren 225-pound defensive ire the runner-up now, 3H
League, sponsored b.y the hunter and fisherman but tackle, a very doubtful performer games behind Los Angeles. da"gerous..here'l the cur. I, Ir
De-
the Gainesville Recreation for the camper, hiker, picnicker "There's nothing that we
partment, will begin play Monday -I and all others who seek out- He had been hurt In the Nebraska asked Harry to do that he didn't BRAKE SPECIAL !

Jan. 11. door recreation game In late season but do." Kerner ..Id. "II.'. a tireless -
Eleven teams have enteredthe He also said that emphasis the Injured knee was thought to worker. think Harry did a
league which Is divided Into will be placed on wildlife l i be In pretty good shape. good Job." when winter
two divisions. Division I Includes management !here In Alachua Jerry Coldaby filled In for But he added:

: 1. Sunland Training County, as '/tllas water conservation Condren and Mike Ringer replaced "I felt that after three years I weather says

Center, 2. Tip Off Club, 3. and pollution Shields on the first unitsIn our progress wasnt good \ 'GO' make

Duke Lumber Company, 4. ment In the Orange abat"l practice. enough_ with: young players." sure you
PenD. Chem Research, S. llet-shed.
Fire Department and I. Gainesville i New Watdwoode Y-Plink !1( can atopl

Music Center. Division II Gets -13 I r

includes: 1. C.W.A., 2. Cooper'l Barry CRAFTSMAN 1
Auto Trim 3. Alan's Cubans
4. Gator Docs and .. City In Miami Win HICKORY -

Engineers.The contains Inter- MIAMI! 'AP}-Rlck !arry'.
schedule
division play with the division 41 points against stubborn Yak PREflNISHED I PAMCUNQ GET SET FOR WINTER NOWI
M-T1 victoryover
Miami
an
champions: playing for the City gave e'ratIIWMoIsRetnCMCC.
the Bulldogs Monday night
champloashlp.I a Iw+raew.nq bars Adjusted
carrying the host to the finals
of the Hurricane Basketball 1 .Front WhMlBewlnpfttpoclud

Kick Stevens Classic against: Maryland tonight 8119 Convenient Tab-cpen com
I I '1111STilS" .Cape S alS

In Golf MeetFORT Barry's key baskets came Jail CIMCM4BnM art on tale now at a low
i In time and helped Miami break Fluid Addas
t LAUDERDALERick- the HUM open after Yale had T/, Brakes Tasted Holiday price. Buy o case or

1 Stevens of Gainesville will be cut the margin to three points, Taft. )roar car vftar* Ute experts are ix-pock today .

t one of the N outstanding Junior M43. with about alx minutes to 'lET US SERVE YOU. TOO" for at wtottr ,.,,k. war/
golfer competing In the play.
i third annual holiday Junior golf Scoring II field goals and
championships at Fort lauder- nine of nine fret throws, Barry SERVICE
dale Country Club Dec. 27-21 soared his scoring average to GOODYEAR

The holiday! Junior championships more than 37 points per game LUMBER SUPPLYA SAVEOcal

II. 34-hole Individual ,In an earlier game Maryland 725 N. MAIM ST. PHONE 372-1517 mil!

medal play tournament for debated Tulsa (6-5*. Yale and Complete Line of Building Material 0... .... "" n-. I. ...$JO .UB.f .
In two age divisION 14- Tuba inert In a consolation -I.... 6 ..... a-va.r. I .-...t *.-
boys
N.W. Sets Are. fr 4)1 Sr. fetoewlte FR 4-7545
13 and 1617.e lame beo7e the title natch.


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Brown Shoe .... ._ 3.40 107 Land ._.__ 12 35,100 Reynolds Tobac 39 off H Con Edls 95% Rey Tob 38'44% Levy County Goes To TallahasseeRepresenting

Brunswick _._ 6Bucyrea Amer Fidel Life .._. 22 34,200 Sperry Rand 13* off V4 Cont Can 49% StReg P 30A
Erie 3m Amer Heritage ___ 21% 31.700 Rckwel Stndrd 25 up IVt Dow Che 75% Seaboard o45\i' the county and Its various communities In the Jan. Inaugural parade In Tallaha
Cambell S ._._ .. .... 2.40 386 Amer Mat Ins ,,_ 19 29,900 Douglas Air 29 /i off H I DuPont 238 Sears 131) aboard the Levy County float are l.evylonli'A (left to right) Candy Clark. Cedar Key homecoming queen;
Carter Pdt _._ 1.00a 17'4 Amer Pioneer Life _.. 754 29.500 Amr Hosp Sup 28Ti up % EAL 43% Sinclair 55'% 'ornelia Itowman \Vllllaton\ Sties Levy County; Jan Golden WillUton. Minn fhleflimJ Watermelon Festival

Case J I __ 16',6 Anheuser Busch _._. 65% 27,400 Tex Gulf Sul 53,% off H E.Kod 138%. Socony 91% ; Carolyn lIarr''". Injlix. 1963 Dunnellon homecoming queen; Kay Cannon Chlefland homecoming queen;
Cessna AIr 1.00 315 Anodyne .....___.__ 7" 27,200 J I Case 2nd Pfd SH, unch Fla Pw 48 SouthnC 66% and Mary Swilley Gulf Hammock llronson homecoming queen. Not shown IK Roth \Vhllehurst, Wlllli

Chris Craft 14 Citizens Bank _._. ._ 37 24,300 Chrysler 60* off % Fla P&L 74 SperryR U3/ ton. homecoming queen who will depict the. farming_ .. community... _,<,(Sun photo hy Nob !Meeker)
Ches Ohio ..,_ ... c.oO 70'iCoas Conn Lt & Pow.... .._ 3Bowles % 23,000 Richfield Oil 61tt up 2ti Ford 53"% StBrand 79% "
S Gas __ 33""% I Mag it Pb ....__* 11% 23,300 Am Mch & Fdy 17% unch Frmst Da 13% StO NJ 90%

CBS __.__.__ 1.80b 40% Dunn & Bradst _'_..... 60 Frept Sul 44% Studebak 8" Rail Strike Stale Board Turns Down
Comsat Corp _._ 50% Florida Gas ._.. 11"% AMER STK EXCH Gen Dyn 34% Swift 56%,
Comb Eng ._ 1.20 34'4 Fla Nat! Bank _?. C3% ACTIVE STOCKS Affects
Gen El 90% Texaco 87\% JaeEmployes I
Cone Mills ___ .80 21'1 Fla Tele _._-,.. .....__ 29% Volume Close Change Gen Fda 81 Thlokol 12%

Cant AIr! ._ ,_ .40 1914 Forrest Labs _._. .. 14%
38,000 Syntex Corp 66% off K Gen Mills 48% U Carb 127% Gulf Hammock Land Deal
Conti Ins _, .._ 2.20 80''% Founders Lift _, 7% 11,500 Goldfield Corp 1 unch Gen Mtrs 95'% Un Fruit 17%
Franklin Life ....__. 52'%!
Contrl Data 54 28,500 Brazilian Tract W off % Goodrich 58'%" US Steel 51% JACKSONVILLE (AP-Abou) t
I Great American .__.._. .
Corn PdlS __ 1.50 53 ? 10%
24,100 Stand Metals 6% 34 Goodyr 43% Unlv Mat 13% 100 employes of the Souther I
I Croiller ___ 38 up TALLAHASSEE (AP) FlorIda state to buy the land which as being In the best Interestsof
Delta Air _._ 1.80 82'-11 .
22,100 Cutter -A- 18 Gulf Oil J9WestgEI 43% Railway were Idled at Jackson
up i6 refused thee lies Inland from Cedar K. the state
I Gulf Life ...._._ 4Ierf %! today to buy y.
Dot Steel _._._....... .60 13'i Int
Harv 7414 vllle
Winn Dlx 39% today by a systemwid
wild, wooded 130,000-acre Gulf The Committee salil the stale However, the state left the
I ( Jones .. __.. 18' ODD LOT TRANSACTIONS
Emerson EI 1.00 39'1 ? '
Int Nick 12% Woolwth 27% strike by the Brotherhood 01 f
Fair Camera ...._. .50g 2934 I tome Ins ..,????.??...., .,?.?...._ 71V Int 32 hammock track of land In 'would make enough money on door open In cane It wants to
Pap % Locomotive Firemen and En
Purchases the deal to fur the land l liter
Flnan'l Fed __ .._ 37% I Kennasaw Life .->._ II 325,680 County today Lev'I' pay reiiime negollullons CIA
Short Sales .,. ,,, ,. ,Ie men. the outdoor But said "We cannot with the .
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Fst Chartr ........_.. 1.97f 24 I Life[ of Fla _.._.....u 1Xwes r-- 1,93(1 as Bryant owm.s.Atty.
Fst. West. Fin ..._ 111I I Company _.. .,,... 21% Other Sales _. S77.900 En<< :Market M. W Kirby superintendent lonal development council the achieve assurance It Can be Gen. James Kynes bad
Fla E Cst _.._._ 12 ]Hilgo Electron __?. 9% Total Sales 379,888 toJACKSONVIlLE! of Southern's Jacksonville terminal State Cabinet said no thanks to done self-sufflclently, It Is a advised the Cabinet to rejectthe

Food Fair _..... .90 21'4 I Mart Guaranty Ins...,.._.,. 23 PREVIOUS DAY'S (AP) The laid most of those affected the offer of the vast area's owners -marvelous property. It h" proposal. In a formal opinion
FMC Corp .. .... 1.00 80\4 I Pacific SW Air _..-. .._. 28schliti I northeast Florida egg market here were members ofother to sell It to the state for'unique; but we cannot take It. he said there are no escape

Frito Lay _._. ._ 376 : Brew .."._..,_. 481/. STOCK MARKET I prices to retailers: unions which honored theremon's 110 } million. Bryant had been a supporter clauses for the state and
:Incur Life 4 Tr .__ 57 fl picket lines. Gov. Farris Bryant said that of the Idea of acquiring Die :that Florida shouldn't get hula>>
Gen Tele .88 371/
Advances ,---, ?.__ 491 Extra large 44-47, mostly 47; He said about 75 per cent of the outdoor recreational planning land from tie beginning hut :etch agreements unless It was
:outhern Nitro. _.,..._. Z7
Ga Pacif _..__ 1.00b 55"%
? Declines "_',-..?,_ IllS I large 41-45 mostly 45, medium the railroad's employes In Jack committee had urged the said he had changed his mind I sure It could handle It.
Travelers! .... ______ _
Getty Oil __ .10g 2654 Ins __ .. 39 :)6-3) 39 small 31-38 uu ,,, ,,
Unchanged mostly ; --- --"- "- ---- -
Grace CD __ l.00b 55'4 I WSI( _... .,,,_. ...._ 9% 'Total ? 304 I nosily 31.Poultry. sonvllte were Idled by the walkout
Issues ._ .
1,370' but that It had not yet affected .COMMISSIONER CONNEK PHEDICTS(
Hel Curtis .80 15'4
AMERICAN STOCK New 1963-64 Highs ? ._ J 24 at farms: fryers 13, I train movements In north
IBM 5.00 4120/ EXCHANGEAerojet New 1963-64 Lows 20 I II hens light 5.334. Florid
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Int Min C 1.80a 3m '
Int Tele __ 1.00 591/. Gen Z4V. State Farm Income for 64

Kellogg ??__ .80a 4854 Analex Corp ._._. 26% YOUR MONEY'S WORTH .
Lehman Cp _H., 1.348 29% Aqua. Chem ._... ......_ 140/4 .

Litton In ,...._. 1.98f 75% Aurora Plastics ..__. zm;' I May Break $1 Billion
Lone S Cm .-..._ 1.00 20 Barnes Engineer 25% ,

Marsh Fld ...._.,. 1.80 50'4 Butler Shoe ._...-_.._. 11'% MDTA Success Stories ;

Martin M 1.00 18,% ftromaloyCinerama _.-..._ 18"% I TALLAHASSEE: (AP).- Com, al development not year. Inca,"
McG Hill .SOa 37% __.. .... ? 334 by, I mlMlowr of Agriculture Doyle, Conner said that In 1MJ, lie said the outlook for cattle
Mead Corp .._ 1.70 464 Computer Scl _._ 191/.1 Conner yesterday predicted that Florida ranked 13th In cash I Income la for not much change, with

Merkd _...-. 2.00a 48'% Cutter Labs A -.-... 11 I j By Sylvia Porter 'lorlda's farm ca Nail! AIr! .80 84x' Data Control _...._... 5534 for 1W4! could total) $1 billIon or "It la probable," he said, "thi: next year
N Y CenU .50g 4634, Fulton Inds 934 I more. when all the figures are In, wi,
Lionel T. of Buffalo, N.Y., is'our workers need. This we have operators nurses' lids, a II t omechanics that In 1M4.! "The past year was one efgeneral
Nia M Pow .__ 2.00 55% Gen Develop _.,_ 4 In his year-end statement on Improved position
34 years old a Korean war at the moment. The second welders licensee culling and upgrading
Norfolk W __ 1.00 1321i1 Jax Minit Mkts __ 7'1 I how agriculture fared this year (The U. S. Department of Agrlculture In the cattle
veteran, a high school dropout, essential to a labor force sufficiently practical nurws. Industry The national
No Ind P S ..1.48 59 Mackey Airlines ,_ 514 I with children. and prospects! for 1M1! Conner Ian week estimated of herd
married two In trained to fill the The key statistic in this report cycle expansion
No Nat Gas __ 1.80 59 Mead Jahnson ....._ 17 ., predicted a generally favorable the aggregate value of ( arm to be
the of 1961 he laidoft
spring was Jobs available. This we are trying Is "over 70 per cent have appears nearing an end.
Olin Math 1.20 40' Pac NW Tele 22 outlook In Florida's/ sgrlcultur- in Florida at tRU,2M. '
from his $1.25 an hour Job to achieve through sue I h.. obtained Jobs." This means crops cattle population may
Owens II! G ._ ._ 2.50 103 Philips Elec _.._ 43 ranking Florida sixth among
as a truck driver. He then was revolutionary laws as the' even of 10 who were unem- be somewhat lower In 1909! ,"
Pac G & E __ 1.00 341,1.Pac ROe Group ._ 2% unemployed for 2% years, became 'I out of the the states. This does not Include
ployed are jungle
Lung ._ 2.40 311% Sperry R. Wta. __ 664 MDTA.Since he value of other farm marketings Conner pointed out there
a welfare case and was the beginning of the are off the backs of taxpayers, Hostages
Pac T & T._ 1.20 2854 Syotex ........ .. 88'i put on probation for no.. n In Florida ) would probably be little Improvement
program In 1962, about $.180 ire earning paychecks a
Pan Amer A _. 1.20 28'/ Tampa' Elec ., __ 26""% support of his dependents. million has been allocated for which they In turn pay taxes Conner said this year the/ citrus farms.He In. poultry eggs and
1.00 31x'4 Tech Measur 15% Rescued scored a remarkable dairy
Dav
Parke crop
-W On Nov. 15, 1963, Lionel training under the MDTA. Thin and thus help finance the rehabilitation
Pennzoil __ 2.00 43 TWA Wts _... .._ za I was selected by the local office Includes on the Job training of others.If recovery from the (Vcemrrr.9fi2 said egg production Increased
Pfizer ._ ._ .80a 48'1. Union Cia 4% of the N.Y. State Employment ; institutional training (In you want tr.lnlnelnd you i freeze, and that citrus so rapidly that Florida
Phelps Dg __. 3.00 701i Valspar _.. n Service for trainS g school and vocational groups); can meet the basic requirements \n\ Congo prices reached record highs. has reached the point of self-

Polaroid ._.. .20 178 MUTUAL FUNDS under the 1962 Manpower De- and literacy training counsel-! go to your local I Slate I "It appears the Industry Is sufficiency
Pub Sv E G _Z.80 40 velopment & Training Act IIan IDa and testing experimental Employment Office and al k LEOPOLDVILLE, the CongoAP ,well on Its way again to the

Pure Oil ... _.... 160 561i Affiliated Fund ....... 8.81 auto body repairman. 1 InMay project (actually prs-tralnlng For guidance. ( ) White mercenaries and pre freeze crop of 154 million farms Although the number of dairy

Rayonier ....._......H... 1.00 39'1 Capital Life t Gr ._._ 1182 1964 he completed the 27 In many Casel.Altogethtr'.) Assuming you meet the requirements Congoleae troops today captured boxes" he said "It Is sxpccted In IMS was The expected volume to of dell Florida

Rexall! ... .50b 57 Divers Growth ....____ 10.10 week course, was hired by a training for almost you'll be Inter : amba and rescued more than lo reach a"200 million box produced milk due to
Reyn Met _.. .SO 34'1 Dividend Shares 3.78 truck repair firm at $240 anhour. 128,000 men and women viewed counseled! and "Intel 120 white /hostages. But they level by 1(79. rise because of Increases was In

Rich Kerr _. ..._.. 1.00 561,1. ,Dreyfus -..,. 20.99 He has been steadily employed hi more than 1.211 separate to determine your suitability ported about 10 while hoeages Conner said part of the rise In, duction he said. pro
R C Cola .._. ....1.20 20 Fidelity Clplt _.... 11.30 since, has received neveral project ha* been approved and aptitudes for job training were slaughtered by Congolese total farm cash Income could per cow,
Roy Dutch ... ._ 1.73g 45x4. Fidelity Fund _. 11.31 raises has been able I to In Institutional pro jects If you pass, you'll be trained rebel and parts of their be attributed to an increased Conner predicted the farm
Searle Gd ..._...... .90 MI/. FIdelity Trend 19.15 reunite with and support his close to 256,000 have been approved only in occupations In w h I ch firth eaten during Christmas sugar Industry. ash value of cut fl wtn. foil-
Singer __ Z.OO 80 :Fund'tal Invest __ .. 11.49 I family. Lionel Is out of th e for training and of the there are now or will be job The mercenaries seld Wim- The commissions also cited age/ ami nursery plants will si-
.... .... 11,000 who already have completed tpportunltlr vegetable production as a reason coed f 100 million by 1973.i. .
Smith Kin ...._ 1.20a 70% I Income of Bostonncorporated '.52 jobless Jungle. I ba two hours after dawn this
...... ..._. these training programs The MDTA got off to a woefully for 1904 being a good sgrl-
1.05 ma
Sou Cal Ed I Inc t.7I : John A. K. of Utica N.Y. Is drive of has
70 cent have obtained slow start because there :morning following a cultural yo.lr."V'lftlble, lie said Florida a chance
St Oil Cal ._... Z.OO 70' I Keystone K-2 ,.,... ._ 5.71 43, a high school g r a d u ate over obs. per were so many gaps In the original ''more than 230 miles northeast prodmtlnn to have the Urgent year 10-,..,
St Oil Ind .... .. 2.00b 42041Sledl I Keystone S3 11.84 married with three children. InAugust i The major occupation In legislation. Now many of from Stanleyville, hornier capital a good showing U 114.: .mld"l gain ever recorded for Hiestste
Drug .. .. .8$ 29x. I Keystone S-4 ._._ 5.17 1962, he lost his $130 which the large numbers the deficiencies have bwn corrected of the Communist ,backed said. "Favorable weather If the current Increase of

Texas fUl ___ 1.0 .1'i I Life: Investors __ 985Llf. a week Job as a special tool have been enrolled are: stsnogrsphers. the law to realistic and rebel Congolese People's Re progress In more orderly marketing I 23 per cent for the tint nine
Textron _"'_ 1.40 581i I: Stock Fund -___ 7.43ave assembler because his plant I general machine It's work In,. 'public. were contributing! lac- months of IM4: holds.UAIFOHD .
Tidewater ....._ 33'4, Inv Stock __ 17.13 moved to South Carolina and111int'e
--- -- -- his skill ws surplus In
WITHIN THE MAN'
HKItAIIIU'1'ATlON 'FHOH{
\ NEW YORK TIMES MARKET AVERAGES. DEC. 24 I h* was unable to find
I other employment
H/ New T- Tlmm

I High Low Clot. Net Ch,. I I On Jan. 7, 196X John begana I

25 Rails 139.01 137.32 131.33 Off .02 34 week course fat training Education Core of Program
25 Industrials 905.47 S93.59 897.19 Off 3.12
522.25 !under the MDTA as an auto
50 Stocks' 515.45 518.11 Off
1.51I mechanic. Long before com- ---
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Job pWinj offer.the H*course to now, be a service had a By BE.WY CASON criminal Is like treating w Acadamle supervisor, Is Richard math" English and literi lure.Laiinna visitors with marches" Dlile-I

manager earning well over tt IT Stodeel. JwinuUsIRAIFORO alcoholic Warren a former Union to one I "I a g that land and jars.Trusties .

STOCK an hour and reports he to enthusuutle County school superintendent. Isn't prrmttud.We of course, gel \the
"You pod e*
can provide
FLASHES about his new ca The Florida I Warren has eight staff members -I don't tolerate DM* who choice Job assignments. Many.
MARKET t tmflet, an academic program'
reer. State Prison\ Is not unlike s' add religious ,"' and three accredited. srvn'l willing to want and try serve M office help. Others

Mrs. CanO G. !Is a widow small town. Former *1 ut pregram the rehabiiIttation Uachers. la addition he hail their' but," Warren detlares work outside the heavy gale
NEW YORK (API Stock bland says Therefore, discipline P r eb on the farm under little su
fat City
-- living Long Inmate assistants
market weakness Increased early f It has a population of more has to come from within many
Irma esUnct" pervision.
Dw loses Stork 2t.Y, who had not worked for I I are
this afternoon In duO Dad Average almost a year when to December I than l) 0 Including guards the man. !2tot' very lung ago, Warren The library to small, but eon- I The prisoners also do y a r 4

ing. PmU Dy \ Lad Hunt'M7I1 ISO. she was approved' for' -and sprawls ever UMM acres I It's difficult to ltd /hnw successful got In bit! school I young roan'1''tails all kinds of husks *,fscvp< work, or loll to the tobacco:
Fractional looses show hi the training as a typist Immediately k Union and Bradford counties the rehabilitation pre who cnulf neither read nor(law beaks and racy n books." plant! laundry or clothing faelory -
morning widened to declines of ( M todusC I M l.q after the course she got gram .has been, but former writ.. The young man call(:Warren says.In 1 !lame herd cattle er wwka

a point or more among key 204.U Ol ftaua f off IJOU a Job and today she to eanungtia It has factories a hospital. estimate* that two of every him Joey begin at the fint- addition to regular! acadrmle orderlies and tschnklaaa to

stocks. 133'9 ( UtiL *02 a week for a M !hour a church and a farm. It haseverything fIrM freed prisoners rttura.rVtaer grade levelTeenty.tw '' eoume. the Dale Carnegie the hwpitaL
Will Street seemed to be giving up week against her earring most ether towns Course to offered to prisoners Other work a* electrician.
up hope for a traditional 30317 ) C Slotka ( ell4t4t of IS a week In her tart previous .have except children, women and W. If. Winkle months lat-r. twice a jwar. .I e p. a tors or maintenance
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yearend rally and traders were 4,000M| Volume | LtX.too Job.There and freedom smiles.' I prIMe psychologist aped that Joey parsed the General < And after a prUnorr, gets hk men. Or a* :printers (the Inmates
reverting to last asp profit Is a thick pile 01 real ; aloaUoii and re-m>gralton caUM Dtveiopnunt list andreceived high srhrnl degree, .he can pen publish) a prison maga-
The IIId hers are like men owe society are the toughest Us high school dt)4oma
tab ". studies via collegecnrrespufldrnce sine)
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Bfe success storks ea framing to high*
tobaccos average at noon was ., 177 at nywbere eicrpt for MK Mijustmrnts for an etprtwafer -i ) from Tallahassee. Thus And Ikcmeplalea.
Steels, ceptrs, retracing under dw MDTA amy COUTMS.Al some stamp nut
dnyj, electrical equipments',asm deik BOW; OWM are only/ :thing: They aO are lawbreakera. to make I the crammed U years of kra'a ,,-.. !.. nrv clam r The 14- plate they are
oils and electronics were among I FrICtional gain were held by am I picked eat applyhg to They are robbers and rapists ,, rortntr think the stigma'|in< Into lea than !... ro ms are 'being added to the working en now are yellow on

the btn. American AJrunes. bternaUon- Nft York SUtt. The IOTA Is and sairdereri aid,attached to a pmoa vita a:' "?lo.,* Wanes "he's chool for Negreel- 'a red background and will pay
Losses of more than a point al Paper Amerlcasi Teo Lion w. I.. tocrtMiac'y ntebta I a w. forgera. They hare bed "." criminal record to DM main'in ..... He started Jays workingla I fer thoM lens acarokskwlatd ,l9 I tribute to St. Augusllne'i 4uottimnhfersary

were taken by Anaconda. **. Consolidated Edlsea. Home- It to Wiping! to tuft a pr- I..I thrtats to 1IIdtt1.I .1 teas 0 for the Affinity.Tader a swnrrr at f 1M a ....to.. and wtUi I tower l-Q-'l. .
oecott and Sears Roebuck. stake. biernatioMl Nickel cepttbl. dent .. _.)me1t1 What to 'being Lee to I the surface heays. I Warren MtursDy, to proud dwre to a varMy ef actv like Still ether<< work to the library
and Zfros. I er ki the hot hease.ehere .
< Caterpillar and tadtrempteyment am sag avatUbte.ports.
UJ. Smetting drPPtpoints. lint BrisiosMrs, tor the eatsidr this of Gut and ales points r tthat
druM
> always
mixed to seder I MtursDy a r. they erchlds aid
,
I I Prices were ear entrained er Inadequate y BU. ( mypoeuUr. gror
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sties their IftIIeam studrat most
ite trsdjig en the American trained. ,individual (the e-co) ntfl type AO sorta ef hams. I die like.
tI The M stacks Associated Press was average off L* Slack Exchange. Tbe tint essential to sorting cad he proves htmwlf'* suede a mtoun Man /from k4hCbaJIliII' (. have The chance Sir rehabilitation
at noon .
at 3U with mdustriala eff 2.11 Corporate and DA gevenme mwmpleymmt to the tA! ft Sidney Fortaer. classrflcaUM I EducaliM plays a Ug i role get a diploma.TW ,1 DOTS fbrowdLVtr I II I there. For those who want

rails off J and tffiws elf J. hoods cMtioued to deftaiaslessfy. .. ....y growing t powerfully aujtentocr at Jhe priaoa.say I is the prtaoa's fehaMlitatlna prison. acfcoil loch.s ... Ito BMskiaMt there ata I d. there are beam of hope la
Tbe Dow Jones todustriaH taouc> to creau IbI jobs trykuj to rehabOUto a JI"C1IIL aral acieact, aodal a c l e. peons band, whkfc enterUiM into community wi&out cheer.


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DEAR ABBY: I am I girl of IS. I love my parent butI DEAR ON Don't risk embarrassment by asking anyone to of a Mouse Continued -
hate my grandmother on my fatber'i side, and I meanI falsify a legal document. If yon have the baby baptized In
really HATE her. She has lived with us ever since my your home town, hope your mother doein't notice the date C4: As a ltReen- ger Asa As an Altho he did do nicely In school
died. This woman get on my nerves to much en the birth certificate. M Basil I student- athlete He had the second Q
grandfather that I could Just scream. I try to Ignore her ai much aspossible H Z showed 0 hones lead in "A Mouse f PI'E
but her slightest faults disturb the living daylightsout DEAR ABBY: My daughter la a beauty operator and sign- BIWBYs Is not a Gnome ."

of me. We aren't on speaking terms right now, but It's when she comes home from work, she is usually dog tired. I== (f Y -end.. .
best this way because I despise the sound of her voice. I We have some relatives who make a practice of telephoning < ill; tat And was

don't feel like being friends with her because that would me during the day to ask if Susan is "doing anything" .. '" understudy an i"i

be worse, believe me. What should I do? special that evening, which means, "If we come over will a -ofonedau -he Just \ I "Y0t,1 toKe ti1e,
BUDDY TROUBLE Susan give us a free hairdo?" I becoming trie barely II. 1 High Rodent,
DEAR TROUBLE You "bate" too Intensely for I U yeah I never know how to handle this. If I say that Susan most Important SQue. Ked 0.1 j ft and I'll taKe the
old. The chances are that you are taking out all your has no special plans that I know of, over they come and living creature by. :;:":: %? Ml Low Rodent II"
frustrations and hostilities on the one who is lent able to poor Susan Is stuck. She's such a sweet, bighearted girl, on earth!.' aa. c.,.,..

fight back. Tone down your bitterness, young lady, and get she would never refuse to do their hair no matter how _
this out of your system by having a frank discussion with exhausted she was. I've seen her stand on her feet until I-

your parents. midnight giving those cheap cousins free permanents when ..... AN'GIT KILT? GOODY!! A COMIN:
e they could easily afford to go to her shop and pay like -. SNUFFV AN'TH' NOT ME !1. THEN YE CANDRYTH'DISHES SNUFFY1f
DEAR ABBY: Our baby was born last March. My mother everybody else. If I lie and say that Susan has plans for REVENOOERS ARE HAVIN I AINTEETTIN'FOOT
who lives In another state, wrote and asked me If the baby the evening when I know she hasn't I have to go to con- -. A PITCH BATTLE,LONZO N OUT OFTHIS HOUSE
had been baptized and I replied no. Then she suggestedthat fession. Can you help me? Ito's GRAB YORE SHOOTIN'IRON,
I make arrangements to have the baby baptized In the SUSAN'S MOTHER rnrn AN'GO HELP HIM (l(
city where she lives, which is my home town The reason DEAR MOTHER Why lie? Simply tell those who Inquire 1
I'm writing you is because I'm sure the priest who will to call Susan after work. Then tell Susan that unless she
baptize our baby will want to have the birth certificate, ENJOYS giving free hairdos after hours she bad better

t which may put me In an embarrassing spot. You tee, I told gather the gumption to say no. The meek sometimes Inherit
my mother the baby was born In June because I didn't want varicose veins.CONFIDENTIAL.
her to know that I was pregnant when I got married, and Z
I'd rather she didn't find out the truth. Please tell me TO "LOVE STUCK BELLE": BREAK
,; where I can get a birth certificate stating the baby was AND BREAK: CLEAN. ANY OTHER COURSE WILL SPELL 1
born in June. ON THE SPOT DISASTER TO SIX INNOCENT CHILDREN. 229 -


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Tuesday Evening Harris Against the I log T.V. Journal 1:00 Q Divorce Court

f.00 O Wella Fsrge World: Alan asks Kateto 10:00 O ID Projection 'IS O Bachelor Father -- -
v2 TNEYAR2JBY THEY'RE OUT IT'SAUTTtECOLDTOIN ON,I DOivTRNOW..IT3 PROBABLY
O Mike Douglas I hire a competent maid (Special) (Color) NBC D (Color) Romper Room E WAY tlACKI Bt OUTDOORS,ISN'TI ONLY ABOUT FIFTEEN DEGREES AROV!
and the woman she gets AREN'T THESE ZERO WOULD YOU CONSIDER
foreign offer NMERtARIDON THAT 0X3
correspondents
1.23 O Greatest Headlines Jack
':30 O Benny
is nearly perfect BEAIITIFULFLOWERS ANDJUNEI CK.MORGAN...FOR T WO YOUNOT,
8:30 O Newscope their annual forecast B Jack La Lamia QI DON CROUGiiTi VITAL PEOPLE!
':80 0 LeRoy Collins Speaks
of what the new is
year 10.00 Q Make Room for Daddy
1:33 D (Color) News
,
Leroy Collins, director of
likely to bring O News .
I Weather, Sports the Federal Community O Doctors-Nurses I CD (Color) Camerat erA y.CMM

.:" O News Sports, Weather Relations Service 'and "A Messenger to Every Please
former head of the National
O Sunshine Almanac Association of one" The staff and patients 10.M::' O ID (Color) What's W Nrw

I.:IS O Film Shorts Broadcasters discussescivil at Alden Gener al 1 This Song? F
O I Love Lucy
witness a llfe-and-d a th
':31 O CD News rights. w
10.SS: O (D News
drama
unfolding on the
News IB 10 Bristol Court
O
ledge of a building across 11:00 a I D Concentration
0 Junior College Tom, Dick and Mary:
the street where a O Andy Griffith
Dick saves a foreign
Spanish visitor's life and the man is threatening sui I IeWe. 11:30 O ID (Color) JeopardyO
\ 7:00 O M Squad"A McCoys
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Kid Up There" grateful patient invokes a 12.00 O I ID Color) Whea I II _
O Munsters custom of his country: He 11:00 O O News, Weather ( Say I 4.o a II1'1LAST ITTRY SiT 1
; O Love of Life
Home" will be Dick'i servant Sports FOR CHR STMAB,
OFF
"Grandpa Leaves 12.M O News 10.9 gq Ma e4.MSTEA0
after deciding that he's for life I 02) News, Weater, Sports
12.30 O m Truth or Consequences
unloved, unwanted and- 1:30 O Man From V.N.C.L.E. I1:2S O Movie ]v

worst of all-unnoticed. "The Terbuf Affair." "Treasure Island." (1934)A ) a Search for Tomorrow OO

O What's New-Children While vacationing in Eu- youngster goes to sea 12.4 O Guiding Light ,,
"Indian Dances" of the rope, Solo runs Into a as a cabin boy to search 12.55 O D News >.

U.S. Southwest are per former girl friend-who for burled treasure. The 1.00: O Midday
formed. asks him to help smug ship Is seized by pirates. o News, Weather
D M Bristol Court gle a gypsy leader out of Wallace Beery Jackie ID (Color) TV Binge
Karen: Aunt Harriet the tiny police state Cooper Lionel B If r y. I:1S O Focal S
sends Karen I birthday O Red Skeltoa more. (One hour 43 1.30 O ScienceO
check. Red'i guests are the mm.) World Turns Oiseiszo"
As the
7:30 O Mr. Novak singing McGuire Sisters 11:30: O D Johnny Carson '

"Love Among the Grown In the sketch, a frighten (Color) Scheduled guests D Let's Make a Deal _
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ups." Poison pen letters ed George Appleby prepares Include George J. s sal. 1SS: I ID News =-= I.==:mII rM Arum I Mint Dome Aw NacIC Autos

accuse Novak of to donate blood. Ed McMahon. I:" O D Loretta YoungO I MIGHT TAXE HOURS TtACHIM, soul[, AUNT SISAL' SPQR:AND TOMO ROw OKAY
carrying on a clandestine O Focus On The UND Password == TO 6tT A TAXI OUT HEMU&Dlt'.IUflUNYOU. AN OlUl AND r / THt TWIN! ARt sultNDWE CAN 5I601 'U CAN StC abCOMIC
romance with a married ( McHale's Navy WEDNESDAY 1.30 O I(D Doctors :E;.... & -III MONO Poe,r IN THflR. AL4ESM, Mitt I IMAClMUN MAe iv uP SNOw.I! ll 00 Tot
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AND IM \TOMORROW I SWORD DANCL JUST
teacher. AND INK WORTH SACK Twos
The crew disguises Fuji Morning and Afternoon O House Party ..... TO YOU HOTIL1 10 TEACH IS A LI TlL THM DURING THE VPCATIOo NIGNTt / FOR YOU1
O Greatest Show as a sailor to get him J.0 O D Another World SCCnTiSM SON,!
(Color) "Corslcans Don't Into a swinging Island "I:" O Sunshine Almanac O Te Tell the Truth o r a

Cry." At Slate's urging 1 party. I:II O Sunshine Almanac S.2S O News

Frsnkle Sartene returns I 1.00: O Spectrum No. IB O Humanities C-i 1 3.30: OColor( ) You
to the big show to takeover ( Farmer's Daughter ':ZS OD Living Words Don't Say

his knife-throwing Katy and Glen lend a 0:30 D World Civilization O Edge of NightID -M I
act and he'd also like "Helping Hand" to promote CD Gospel Music Popeye's Pals < -
to take up again with the the romance between ':U O Paitor's Study tOO: O Match CameO

wife he deserted years Grace and Phil, ID(Color) HI, Neighbor Secret Storm
before but rebel when the favor .:St O Farm and Home D MagUIa Gorilla *
O Film Feature Is returned. 7:" D CD Today 4:2S O News
"To Catch a D re am." ':30 O I 03 (Color) That Was O Local News, Weather 4.10 O Leave It T. Beaver
Actor Gilbert Roland I The Week That Was 7:01 O Ranger Hal f] Best .( Grouc"I MAUV1M Liens M.I NOT.., IT M ONLY A CUMCt UMMK
Pk> NEW IN COLOMI7O'HI THAT StlN9! Nil ATTENTION fNL
narrates a tour of Spain O Peyton PlaceD 7:MO Local News Weather D Movie z t!_ TUCENT SUCH MPOTMTCAflYJN CONCSNTHATMCN MTC> TO TUB HOT Woo WOULD... WHOT A COLLLi'MUMMY! nv4R
(D N Bristol Court Science and Engineer I I I:" O Captain Kangaroo "Dondi.! O :i. VACATION Lions' morn fOI/TH'Af1IA4IA, ,
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J 'A'TI AMCK.. usa Aaovr'nos JSuz.i .
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Dear Hclolse: Inside of my cupboard doors'learning to think thin. Jus I t l Dear Heloise: -

Sorry I haven't written soon 1 where 1 taped some recipes. TRY sitting down to a full I 1 I I find that If I rinse my plastic .1 = HAV! 't U
er but the only thing I attendto Now that I have removed the meal while wearing a girdle! curtains or other plastic articles I-. KNOW Toter MENU PACSSQOOO A0 A MATTER Of
recipes and have finish e d in warm water, then I' IRin a7 N S013EW
bills!. which b two slies too ARXNP
promptly are my small,, ,* T* WORLD
the TS
cleaning doors I cannol bang them to drip, they are B Fooo-aANNih.
Mrs. G. V. MillerDear and you will see what I, e Bc.a'.n $4.50B Ttter attA CT
get the tape off. It seems as happens much more pliable and less I, .1 aN t% :' MaAL dV FtoKr Csr
I If It la almost cemented on. wrinkled when dry. '< J ..,., WAS.tIMTONtAA T1+fM AT TWS : *"
Helolse: I Jeannette Mrs. A. Jinks :== ( NICMENTittl
Are you tired of getting I E. A. I 7t1 5J
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your the back hair, every wet. especially time you take IB A representative from e a tape Today In History'Ii; J Q Q

I shower? I've found a solution. company suigeils to .te a .... ,.J j
SAFE cleaning fluid *i the o
By THE ASSOCUTED PRESS Administration announced that i uAk
Fold a wash cloth or fingertip cupboards. Several applications 12 :1
towel and place it auld may be necessary Ties sand Today Is Tuesday Dec. 29, a 4 per cent cut would be or v -
"i your shower cap at the neck with II.. sandpaper It will the With day of 1964, There are deed in ceiling prices of used IClrt. == '''e 9s IP S.dP01

line. The towel or cloth might probably be ternary for yw two days left in the .
Jet wet, but your hair stays to repim the cupboards h. year.Today's Ten yean ago I'.N. SecretaryGeneral
dry. at Wart you will be rid ef the highlight in history: Dag Hammar- ,
I Mrs R. R. H.rti" mark. eh? On this date In 1845. Texas, ikjold announced he would gob r l'Cu rILV .Icme7 5 Mtm MM y CCMa w'OI
MAST 10550 STece wee Tsar 2 ass' AN KwijciMoau ar aE as T1WGH z sr$
the esar
state os
Hotels only that had been a Peiping to duscuss the freeIng : s. Fan.ee so sea nse..e.IT ATTCf'.Ev..A t AwD tees tu.EsS TI.e n aw ecw..r>'a 501 2 cS (
I Dear Helolse: republics! was admitted to the of U American fliers :Y. Mr ac's B NO 600.' X MM MiM, ATTOaN/.w A vEFoc wNeb Poe ra I I ASVUr..raED TRtP ID SOACl KtAr.Tj.
If you have a laundry chuteto LETTER OF LAICUTEK Union. It became the 28th state with spying In Red':3 tfTHJAaA 4A, s 0 SlI / Fe D saes t n.Ar M5 v pDwS' i as nAAE no ...e en: x wise soot map1
charged atCeSf FCC air ow MAD R7Ne!
On this
the basement, use a large Dear Heloise: date .
doth bag to bring clothes up Age and arthritis !have slowed In 1771, Svannah, Ca., was Five year ago President .
In and when It's empty then my activity considerably captured by the British Dwight D. Eisenhower announced '
put the bag down the chute but I still have the appetite In 1301. Andrew Johnson, the the United States reserved ;

Saves carrying an empty a te n-agrr! 17th president, was bore In Rain the right' to resume nuclear .
clotheabasket back downstairs My doctor wanted me to lose Iflgh, i.Co, tests after a voluntary ban ( 5
Mrs. R. E. Lehnhardt :30 pounds. He suggested thatI 1141. ps lights were Installed -I expired Dec. 3t :a e

wear a wry light girdle : la the White House. One year ago Twenty-one _
Dear Hetolce. : around the house all day long In 1363. AriioM was died in fire In Jack '
, I wonder how I can remove I My capacity fur food has I lied as a territory. Gl'lalt-j sonvflk.

old cellophane tape from thee ,aU but disappeared, and I am In IMS, the Office of Me*.



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V.I C u A G A V RE

with ACROSS EjR 'E AfG A G .
1. }11nd. 26, Pr.cned
the SUN ANNOUNCEMENTS LQpldary 30, Pungent A T O M i t I R E

I So __W. keno 33, AndaU A M A T I O P E h Ri.

a 11455 .1110ooIII Geu1 !Ill's C A t5-. I G o A D t T S

I II Ca. a PM5 Personto Sync 34. Pre.emy T R A S C. R U E

ALACmiA GENERAL DISCHARGED 4 P.H4MIIK4IMCIM ........ a. C.Tpm. SS. Skln eJge
A'I
HOSPITAL I Laura : Trawl ese.l.a leer.tool 98, Accoro IMP L G A L

December M, 1964 Erwin DeKtyn! Betty Ann kWkM.IPHrW I5FSIm p0+011 T O O P S t H A L

BIRTHS and baby girl; Mrs. Annie 13. Turk. llswthnrc vs A O t s E TAM 1 M1z

Mae Parker and baby girl IMDy Slttin CMM Can II t L 01 1 S T E r S
and
Mr. Mrs. C. L. 40b.lerryulgmt
Burgess, Mrs. Blrgette Worthy and I PIMM 14) *4) An* _

Ideal Trailer Part a girt. girl. Edna Willmann and baby baby "" .... T* ftwAUTOMOTIVI with 42. Fr, 5lnlmw SOLUTION OP YSSTEROAY'S rums

ADMITTED girl. Mrs Louise a I IK Iv 1S. S.ddle. 4b PINiOer
Goldut 2 51
S'p501' reed
and :
Irene H. Burgess, Mary L baby girl, Mrs. Barbara Lang- PersonWANT 16.hone Lyle 44.43.1IOIry Nothing wrluble prl5. d1yP M

Pridgeon, Marie Hutcherson. wd and baby girl,. Mrs. Julia N AIIWMMTradnkv Me. ........ 17. P1eur 1111 +5hF elp.l of a. T'Me
Anne J. Vestal Alberta Sanders /dR ?a eh
Paul Mrs. Nancy Rogers MkWTrwM 11. Apple al.te d 9. let's

Betty L. Fletcher, Sandra Martha Varnes, and Leslie L WM.4 19. Tua DOWN S. Antmetes Il1 .ka

L. Gushee Lillian E. Arnold, McElveen M Tnekn t TnMk ..$.. 21. Mlrlaro a 1.011 f 4. Anentotn 10; Mke

Thomas Tborwald Herbert B. M Trifle *4Mun > brother 8oW ti. flue r5det
POLICE FIRE n g e 12.
REPORT) }Tooa.
AtotwcycM ft iMonnM 72. Munn.rf
Ayers Jr.. Mollie F. A rn d t, Accident Roundup Auhnwbiu *..MinM t5E7 Pnls MInK

Robert Wilson, Roberta Suggs Involved In accidents AutvnoMiM. ir tkiM 18.'F.il guy'
Charles Jones F let reported t IJ t/ S 14 r7. e M 20. Cray ieI51y
e n w McCormick by the Gainesville Police P4rin a Smrti Cm :

Jimmie Smith Alach- Department and the Alachua 0 ANN WmkM II ,1. ,. ]

ua; Damon A. Nelson Jr.; High County Sheriff's Office during ADS I. e+5ko.

Springs; Paul P. Funk Crystal the past 24 hours were: EDUCATIONAL It 23. AnlrehtlS

River George F. Duke Sr. Ala. 21. Pra A
;
Myrtle J. '4 "
Sherrer 221)3) SE 7
is scese a II'.NYe1NdN :% 0
chua; Catherine B. Fowler 2nd Ave. and two ..
parked Dehl.
cars
I' 25. N IW4ObStadwsr
Hawthorne; Martha Jane ,at 12:27 p.m. Monday at a parking M WinNM-liMrvctlM Announcements 0 ); II'II

Griggs. Crystal River; MaryW. lot in the 200 block of NE J, I" n 27. Prtee fot

Webb Steinhatchee; Ira 1st Ave. / h'u11nR

Howell, Brooker; Beverly Richard Wilder Jr. 4a NE IMPLOYMINT I LOST FOUND / 3. I" 11 11 t1 28. M'nglet'I
II MntM
Akers, High Springs; Cleveland :15th St. H4* WMIH4II LO>' G."n.n 5"' ''''a.. I y'.. 4 29. Mi'kfl.
and parked cars: at 101... M4I', wanes ..1.1.. '",* iron HI N* UKt JI It 10. P.I.
Geiger Trenton; Cecil E. Deen 12.06 p.m. Monday at 1000 NW II swse m Hm01. *. linn, tat PM. ..rood ." ties 01.101 'odoof 55 / '// /.
..,,' .,.. I." sit' 15/5 91. Tmpk'1
Trenton; :2nd Ave. I. 5115, 110I. 01151 J. '-. ''':TCIifllT 'Lnd.e IM -- ,41115" ysr1. TalleyM ,. $s JO J7 I"u msmmol

U lAWt w...... P4m.ltn II 055. irownlfH MMIwlgwi S2. Whedd
4
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M cnrlifmn Day 1 In Silo M5 k5wrleuS "01,1 mil r ..
woe WMNM M.* locKWMl Hunting irM. I J. /
hair" spur
Is145 5'
51.55501
w..ir.. ua si JIM $1. cmaM In* den' ,. Knit ...* puH, MMIthin 5. f, 37. Wrking38 /
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Talk and Coffee' | broth. Pltlirft tall llm f ,Olhw37.8pkknd
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FARMS LIVESTOCK 4 PERSONALIZED SERVICE ., 1ft' ..
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I TMrtv-llv. Mull In wtM' tor : 40, Che'k
M firm a.ulpma. W'LL CAAI 10' a'S III or ...... 55111 ...,..", 164 I. 506,5 fir
r PM ft Ptrtlllur In 0v ........ P5 0151. lKh1155, SM ltt-cl.il, 0.11110M PIN HIM.30"1'" 41.Vnae.anw.A .

For New Years? a LN..Ne a 111.515' LEARN TO DRIVE 155101 6155100 5.5 Is
ar 510101,10500PARALLEL" Hurl witMin, .ilnnvlli, Inn.,

.Pit L-.a ft luWIlMI TM MM posy WAY O.VING,.K'N4'ICHNlllie. oil"Ni">Ml ciwiwi.cr.tt, DiHft iiitiM. P.NV O. *vemN <.. 111 II., II Mok.li HMUM PM Sole! 14 Wtr....... '..,my IS H*MI PIT Sl*

LIVMtack. 555 of pI.. V Print "l4lnly' PATTIDklNUMtlk ....
WMM s70v t 1'61 rAuM." 1"0 ro..
CRAWrtifcD"P.Kf .
PASADENA Calif. (AP) and it sometimes leads NAMI, AOODfll ... tur.. .InrliM .,, WINIKRFD H iO niJITY murm e. H ill.n
to trou- CUT 'N KUIIl. tfAurv tAlON ION. --, TV 10.Mont lnikH. _'?l"l"t M >4 nw. I I*. 1'.n',, MM-
Eve in ..(. WI' .nim trt ear. 55'. 11551, 0555. 5ml5y 051
New Year's traditionally a Mllty M I iMoct lAkt .O'UTIU
.
ble.Staffing IM M OK Twin.* PSI. wild 4lr-toiwlltlwWi built' In mni.
$ '5,150
time for off each of the coffee PINANCIALMERCHANDISE Ptrm. U N.o' t"Vwm.Ml II M MW pen mn m .niimWl4n ArtK f 51. Clll .,..'". .AC5lSo. 051.6 lr4 iiflMH .. city 55'
blowing steam, Os,. ".11.0 5 '.11. 0555/ I m5.!! kI. 05 11. 51
14 a. uni"*. AV. m-im :. .. .*. 5. pa105 1105 1511 1rr01np.
could bf! a little different this houses will be at least one minister N 1051... 0 ee,5N5s open vg'l' bv .not. V4I. Plus, S PHI I_ FEDERAL QUALITY IUMMI MO.M.A' a a,. h* "HI Avt Pr SUN in-
17- twin miBr lMry, *" 1' elmC41IM *
and N L.Osa HOMES INC mwm N IUOMIIIM lv in one or more seminary t SPECIAL NOTICES 5.01 111 115 554 NnisrM' alt N\/II. II*. eel _.,Mtty .65.Pep
year Pasadena where M.,100NN IM M 0.11. 55*5555 N.rrs5ll
students *
from fumllhM Iarf4 tlrtflnc Ac

churchmen hope the steam will mont or Pasadena.The nearby. Clare- Mast' w_ I'UGH. 11. ..n.n ... m fjlum 01,5, VAiuti! M coMPin" eutiTAftlUNt P 510055 11 HillPMturlM yN Wa 055. 115 Jnhn.0 5. fir, 554..;'. -wt, N> Mlt k fmk,450/4...ttr Wlo.11501(54.1519 01515 5.5 M 15..=d, ,::: :
$10. S'o5. 5115. 11 1 II N 515 005 5/0154
be constructive interesting and In MIUKI MW 6vlltnod 051 $: 50515 A 71,005. PIMM rn Mm, 155OM
men behind the idea are $54 *n*. LltttWdM' S C k 4 4 I .. .;-
: :
DM 3411. for DMlnn t, .. ... I. 15 154 01..5 P's.its 1 ;Rs, .iori
plivtiwi Mpr.nlIM
sober prior to Rose Bowl festivi- the Rev. George B. Erickson, ..... Own* pIMH, Clll M MWI ....i..15a: 10' .IfIIt, W, 5 .a. ii NfA P. .Ad.-iie.oiii drawn IOMKg5a5'.M N5 par. NnrM.55011. PM'sPS 5.A
minister of education at South II wmtM it any m.II'" I klli'lim Mff*. IIW "ttM4It'll
a f.It.
ties.Their 5 rwitirt hurt ti r., __._ __
idea: Get the kids off Pasadena church and R.'Donald 41 AMchbwrf ft TMWM WE lor WILL 151005 055 555 N r,55r5151s-. 5"'$ 11 SckMb ftKRAL Ia wo.Iss 4 PMi M.rtt kunr*.,HIHtmt, wtnr 5.1 f 5000 m b 551.05.0 Mu.S. P101 YOU CAN tone .,.... M 05.

the street and let 'em talk. I Weber assistant to the president .a .555.5515,1145., M.1.5NM ... 5115. Merry (1,1.11051n. _. H"V.'lI' (J- 15500.555051155.1. 0111 Tnn 5511 h IA$55104 iKcii4nl"/ 0-..POT'M ,5015"II, Sail 5 55..'In'":".:(001155 04,05 55.$4'
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Young people seeking actionon ( of Fuller Theological: Seminary a AIII'- Pr.r* N4miraUTTf Civil 5514.ACCOUIIITIIIO Ta1Mn5 a..._ :VIM 001,5. c"itr: IjTlAH,1.p:1151.6Is5 .0 01.._ ._. <..it Irttl

New Year's Eve can find it In Pasadena. MUG. Par SMtf WOBIll MOMII -<10.HOWELL'.III1NIII.- New P..O'e-' / AnieUtM, Ass T. K."... i iu1Al'i t\Wi.II.-ni
.,!'I)1.. 8t. clural "SHVICI HAS BJILT 10016. I ...r... tnm Wnl*. A..,
at five all.night coffee houses "The church ought to do TTMni Poitit IIIIII ".,.. A.... P5 U.O'. OUR BUSINESS' .OolSr. -- Man "IH| 1941 MWH PMM P5

opened by the Pasadena area something about collegeagekids PMI on a WMM I Itky S ",.., Child C.r. h0W511'SuSl$610$ ( i1i IS Hews P*> }4)l4)lilnr I -

n *MII Awrim. a 0'01 IITATI *.AM BAIRD .. NO.MODERN
IHt'LLIUT f1TTi.; ;I MOBILE
churches. Their main productwill wandering around town on CIA III| ? .",,',n.", hi.
n Cut Mini PM ..
..
enii ki irivw "6106. l lrM _
be talk. The topic Anything -New Year's Eve, looking for 71 0",.. equipment PS_4.0.1.CNIS0 l
something to do," Weber sug JI: Mo,kM ModI55N 05 INPM of"'W Is MM5a5 1 11..... ,.,.,. I .155, 570 (sm5s M I lit,m.In ,rini ft mn,
I 506. LI"_ 1056. NI III W. unto Av.*. 15 4tt,. 0,1.5 5N1* WrN4 54 N 5516n" 4iliwMh4r' ft DiipM4l, ml H.
Called the "Let's Talk CoffeeHouse pS(5 HHK ,
gested. Jr tn 1011
.
p'r -* 005 55Ex5'5.N .INh 551 (5051510 1,5115115 II 10/05 5114 515 5555p 5wp551n5WAy
Project," its goal Is to "We hope the conversation -550 1-will 0150 .55- 21 LI'.115k/ a SvpplNt 500114" S0N". "I Phyla 55. CONITHutTlcVcO.,
I REAL ESTATE POR SALI M MIX MV 4T Mlhlnnitkll S.5 1o\tI.r 015165551. .05. I "tiuv 571515. or .,.tIN.
draw young people in for coffee will cover some .. .. s M" ""
pretty deep M AMW HtrnM Mr Ml* ** ky 9 V Wk 4f mettH Allf"Tl N C.TTI.IMrN NOW,i00A iull"D:1RosIp IUV MOW AND WflK Till
folk singing and bull sessions subjects" said Erickson. M lt M MW4iffrnl IS .. Tif 4<. HiotMrm 'reteII, 5e.s.n 5,.IM N 101 wSNv05155N.'G'SM 10554 5,005 65 11'/ DOWH OUT
*< 1100 by 01,155 0,55 wIM CMbe *mftr 4 til. MIN, 'Wml Nw ,, l0l 155
but no sermons. They emphasized that the M */ Prw1/ T5. 5554, (title ....... in UUt PACT"" 50.45. I NI NN. belOb 55017 MI* =,41 4m 5615 wtNM*).0 Inn

The five locations are on Colorado project Is being run on a by. 15 0505 050 Sal.a5 II FEMALE HUP WANTED .-'. .1050 50550515. 0511. 01 AVAII i A"1U iitctwi' 045.5.1 115h5'AwaS 5su1. \.Ill Sold MM'$4
1,5 Sys (15115 505 55ludM N. 0 0
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Boulevard where young guesl-and.by-gosh basis and CeIla.N M 015as CSlMtfltUn1 1.1YIIN or tlxtlvl 0555155. 55055 5015 054011'N5mMM 5/11, .150 M lot aNlrasw .5,154 III* W5/0'6 .,.....
.441 a...' ..-..... 510550'. .Io5. fer 11. ........ 114 N* INN i n 545. Wll. M ....lMl%. Alt lll, MrnIlM
people and families as well that they wonder "how we are N 141 fHII W55N 5'.15 nOMIICIM. Tkl' II 5 full m ",. 4>I ..*JpunlM (1451."- .5.*0.050110 1.5., IM M N w. M* 0" .. 41/ W. W.
.
begin reserving curb space early -ever going to get the kids to w Out 41 T.w4 PripirtyMrmt n0 5'05.1- WI's i. CAi.II" 515 5555. 171 1.b. N.. 0 1155 1551 54WN5 110 .'.... CIII 571514 1515" .
,.OSael0 .00'17' 1150' (51555. DMry' ,_ I'S. Nay C NNOILYM i55.1to" P... so "510.5 ,5' "55
New Year's Eva for the Tournament -come In," Erickson said. N 1..1- '_1M .4. ynrfll' iMrM. *...(/ wit 050550.. Pi! $611015/ ..irtI...' ......' -- -
b15' 555 KW*. *... I t I N4 eiiiillyin. im DMMNMI
of Roses NewYear' Sometimes he 41 551,5101 1 10011e MX I DMftf* INrtIICHITAIIV con 1515571COW.OV'i 5'.r 55 055 "f' 1551 ....
parade on said "we think .450 55515 610.1. 51Mp. rnml k4m4 m m, Nf
"W40150 ..__ 111DN, AUS 1.1'5 50504 5110,515 N. 150.CM .... .
ft Air4inCl4n 55150555MI IT ": *T'lII e""MM I* MkMII. INM.Pn'4nrr
Day. there will be so many we will MtM ...,".. sly LSrry9 .... _-.11.- MM 1.5 004.5."i' Allis 0100! TOM 15.111. 5.04 $,..... 515015w
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The curb sitters especially have a hard time booing them 41 lrty 150.5. 1m w. UNIS. 505 Nrn, 015 fv Ml.Ol 5 '.5.1111. OIl 55. 5. NI "'-. .r Mntrt 00011. Humttr. |' b6II 1ft Sill 454M ..
the older ,out I think Wiirn (010150 1 ;'all 151.ml4'I51y. .;;: Open Over K I4 4tO 771 Nn ISIS I Mall Mum N M* If HM.H.aiuiii SIN .jnny m" usually have .
teen-agers, we can: some 001$ 515155.5 I 5 4,0505 1115
II
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find !It talks." ... PITS ft SUPHIIIM LOTS PO* IALI 1 is. i L.4I. ..Aim.uii.r, w am
take their fun as they good RENTALS ......1155 .. 111'/ _... .uiiHn. raiwt a ....., ottrwrrciMIr _

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Inlmr nt Mni Utir.W. 1501554 POkOYC ft AIUVIATII INC 5155 1 11.55. 0.4.455 "" apes UM rrl 11II_'"I
4 rnitfi4 Apt*. 51"551 10(51.4 .1115515PM 0505 i. 515. COOS 11 II MAUD lII"ft 61/5 a, Mmmnir 540s. "!. 1.cm 411...tin,
N UMVTl- 015.e 5.10150, ... hoe 5555- 5515 k4VM $51151. (I' PS *** WVnl* in 1114 5110154. 171 1174.

_... tor a4M *.r"\ ,., M 4fllT4. miCknM, |..* '10'. C*i i 140_ 51/41,1/ ? i. o".h, .Mm, .
ty> t, ._'.... 15 _._... 55AUTI5UCOI 555 h/pplal. i n | ulIM FURNITURiUPHOLSTERY
World
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N MmMMM. ...IATun DANINt/N5' :i. .7" tH 41rhm. ft* HI ItHI Pt tlM P.1 5 "5ny 0mIdtiN
II .. ..MIMII 'MMIO'.IILY ..Ii AK< .H. U .*., tutl ft kwnP4fin a555 im MM w.555aI mi rttfaloSfHtrini
the Sun wire Ices .
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seen I $0 1voI" S'SSw.0. 5105165A51101 Miil tali 4 mntiU, Hi 515551 1115aM, IS 55545115.
A W4nl. T* P.4HI 15151.15. _,. 174 054 / 54/0' 5055, 551515. 1.545. ...,..liritM MIM4 I
SAIGO Premier and chiefof dent Al! Salal of Yemen holds N 5,5000 w 50115 .10. P... 155 5155 59 50. .Ili 55. AltO 1015 145 wah 111'L.... 0.51 SAINIIVILLIUPHOISTISt
n ONIC DMk SM<* ?u ii 0110 i ,--1;; 11 ENGLISH SHIPHEROP5P5s 450 OIl 15015 5454 .M5 I ..ds 5,5Iq. Clll I'lMM tr ti /
state declare opposition to urgent meeting with Nasser after It 5.110." Il.nl4l4SIRVICI MTWII Jvryt 55 mw 5..1.1511,5 i p. 5055 w 5,4 5555 114 INtl. 515 51 ._'. o- 50g1151 Hit I 155155 A4Pro.
civilian >JIll It. "-*. >.set $550 5105 ...10.1. alAl5N-PtIS 50 W
last weeks military uprising. all but one of cabinet $ H4 t ii'AuTtPii'e' SI A005SIISi 5,0. 55,5 I 55550.

concede that legal basis for civ reported to have resigned! ixpimiMcio ...... ... "'5Ils 1555154. ch150 m v e M cwt' i' *4 I .Isv'I (1511 lysy _
LEGAL SECRETARY .55. 'sp 5.155 1 55145. l.55515r. J
ilians' rule had been eliminated CAIRO Cairo press taking 55 5sfIspIslisciD / 1155 WllW SOS'

appeal to military to per- cue from Nasser attacks U.S., a 5.101 .....- daa;;e-141. [ 111f15t ::.

mit return of civilian govern- charges economic blockade by It It 0Is .054a' ...TV.-...... 5,1.Ipw15,15, 110' III 5510 5 5.1,551 pm .51,511 M$1n U 114..11. $...... Plc 1111

ment. V S. will be defeated because a'/p WIN. 5 ,. WN. RE
A5I.'t I a 0515'5WANTAD _O. pp0 I7!. OInr11'. If .to' 5! 01555 5011', .w''IV
KUCH0G Sarawak Malay U A. ft. can turn to "socialist 551 1451 .50 50y055115I

ala British and Malaysian countries" for help. 12 104... H.I IP W..4 I ; I'jl

troops along 800 mile border L'NITED NATIONS U. S. [&AL 5TOC. 5 M"an.. c. .a5 ,/>. .515Iil5UINIINI v..llv", 1655, 0505 ti P5 1141155.

Indonesian Borneo and Soviet Union! resume search HATES 055/,1 let 505, 15.14 0'. ITMI4 41 W, M m... l<* M*.
separating 51ds 054 55 55011 ..-...
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for solution to the U. N. financial 55.151005 5.5 505. $515
from Malaysia placed on special
101054 5655. 181'- .P0016 TuAlCI_ POU Alf. It,,',';
alert in face of marked criiis PH. 371-1411 ..... S.5/N1 p5' s14ry, 115 .'4, 5..r ..M> ll.rf (4MII4.IW ,540
forces. MOSCOW Young artists knurixr*, MwlHiiMWv 0 5 'I- 5,55' 1155 01/1505 (> C I NN
of Indonesian .
buildup MO IM. M'4 VKXIW. Kill M "" .. :
Twril,Al, 311Y > 10
HONG KONG Economic and architects stage unusu II I ferClesilfied tri w< M mar In r.kK.H>4 ,
55555
005051 C45
HAM NcMtlMMr ".. .MOp
experts estimate Communist t show of designs obscure youth Coil PI .i!'l. 514 014 15MI
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China expanded trade with non- club becomes talk of Moscow OslyDIADLINIS MLk $:.I iwiii 11 04 tM 5$5* '
In* rVMi it UMnnity LN/011.5LIIM *...7" ;;;p
world K to 30 Intellectual circles for work outside IM t .M.'M. -lM .
Communist by Mvltr in* HI *l p '.. SPOTLIGHT
substantial "socialist realist" framework taiHiidnwi. -55."-i 00 $1515. toopM d .... THIS WIIK'S IS OH
per cent during 1964; N .............,. 15,10 M 501. nvo I ... Cm .. ',. 4r
Increase attributed to Sino- :. a.11! r was 155. 5 II _" c....... Jim CM M $4 M" PALM LANES
LEOPOLDVILLE Congo 41 C5,5551lW5N. w 515. 54015 pi 4"w i.
Soviet conflict decreasing long Tw4 Ikr* ,* *Mf* N ifHW-nr- yfla j ON WAIDO ROAO74jjf
on Russia World Health Organization doctor ...lm.. On ...*. ***ll.PIT W65510 .uplsisici.Ty ,
term dependence N.IN kMlMHIM. mOTt '- MPMi -. YCAILES VMM T" PING a>. l.llln| .. film' lt... m... If rkLiiffl .
CAIRO Republican Presl- reported killed by rebels. nr TV. k>p KMWT. O.4 r.t -- ..
.. 4 fw 411411. t4 H'l
515 ** nM. ml *** tr
r55W55 5 5. 6.5 ,
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is ..... .... wSTfJ1? iYw V ?**' ***** '* *Mead *"* ** **"* ** .' 4151.4.
.. 1455 5551 15 I Tk. .psw. ,..'us 5501 I. .... en ... b. 54114'V .
p..N ... III Mal.I __ P.1W0514 155 05 501.. .: 'I ...4.. Ill L..... ............. ......,... NIt/5, ...4.

Guard Integrated p"50./MMls. s M 5 N1N/ 555 105 A'r"" ; $5..:- 55 2 BR under $4,000 .\\V I". I .1..... i1!***'*, 11 *VI**| t..4 *4r. MMkiri. w'Hkht

%1Q ui.M.- ...........-:-: s ." .....11 ....,..... WIN 1oNy" Ski' sss"5d ....., ....
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5.05 M 50 ....'4.. *. M ...'.. rt *r.* .< *kii, ....4)Ik .
+5en5r 1500 INT At Pv.CHASI OP 01P. lei 01.5. ...... A.05u. /...... If M. Lo... II
PAMIIY RATES SswfW '-" 114 U"-.. PLAN Pf* |lt., ..kr td ...f tl ,* ...
All 50 States 4H P.-- 105..0I 1/1.5 _... 50550 | .551400554
In I -- ..... .. ... TOIAl COIf .., b. ,_h..4. T".II". 1115 N 0....... .

555011115 . .. ... '-H.I 1. Mile ., '._Ie Or C.'UCf s5C .. La" lioN.., lt.4ll tl I .4*>N ,*f 11.0011 .*!*. .M*.>.4.

lkMrtt*. ." Win. J WEY1sr .... n'.5 1504164 'ew ...., (... *4>4M... tl M Haw t A.M. I* I A.A4.I .
It ImirflM .. .. .'.0..... ,.o3. I 115P5 Sti li4iif rk .. k cod ( I P M. 1 .
WASHINGTON (APThe jfgns of progress" In desegregating In* 001 0..5. 1104 0.. A.. DAD AND. I>AOI LARSEP4 >m, i< IMI t* .M. *

the Guard : "' .. ... ...*4f.
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chief of the National Guard said TOM 51.51 505/5 ti L '. 5C 51 5$, 616104 fAMf* 5 AI || .
with Ala- They strongly Indicated they 5515055 501 I55a t 564 5555w OIl *t. 1655565. 1.CELEBRATING. *t w..., l.. M.., W..i i SPOTIIONTAMCIIMINTS
today all M states 1 501 505 105 NP ."' 5w51515101.1 015s .- -
satisfied
were not with token 10,55 t 50.$50 a Y'SSr5a1/1 ..... .... ....... ..,....-. 0- ........ .... .........
falllni
bama and Mississippi Integration In some states. __ of 551 I.5' 011

into line last have dropped Brig. GeL Francis 8. GreenUef 0 01.5 554 E .........45....d 515151N- W 514'5555155015105 t5- 11 DINING D''NO.GANCINt .

bars mixing Negroes deputy chief of the bureau 115-' _5' S5p--w. 4, n>.i *>M COCKTAIU/
against 5.5 r aan.y hw ''' ''''1 .. w. ,_ tea;j: IYBCM l
Guard units. said. "We expect progress to II ..!Melt e IS05.41t.5sa. SPECIALmi "
In their : I
and whites
TREAT NN
DUTCH
M Was ia.51'm 0- 545. waN w 5511"J
continua
12 point ..... .. M4rw5 lI5 r
Guard of all 1'1 155' 0 >. 050 % I A* IMHW
"Pie National Eighteen months ape there '- N I MM *>-. 1555 05's. 15w. 05"b. :. ... 10. $55151. 554 (..... a54"v. P'M Mr'4rf MnrtM.M44 t I'f W IMv A..5 6154. (0155 I A I

states the District of Columbia were K states that had not Integrated :::: .:. :....r Ms4 ....- ,... .- .... -- *>
18 -..- 05.5 5.0. -615HMO Hif ,r.s,Irrr-- Z ........ .. .T4 tMI........
tote- Guard Point
and Puerto Rico Is now their organize wuiiiwi; ....ll fci.*i r 's5. !Inc.M x rS 155.5 WH 1 .. IP*
,... 5a.1a.5wtiiaY 4ms'0015M. 1.1..t0NS 1r1.: :...: N$564 m P* 4.M41
grated" Maj.) G**. Winston P. tioni. They were Alabama Arkansas 1.014 55 4 ... ..0wy515 50 1M ... ...41M '.5.. 5 awl : 5 ao5 i 'N 715.
Florida Geoff Lout- 1UMs.' I I P,... s. W ; ; 'i1r AoW
A s
Wilson told The Associated a r. ;..... ... :I 7ui! I (14.1'' .,_. Ld I rrNanN IllIE' 5512 **> Mississippi North CaroUna. ... r 40.0 0'400/751
Pr.... tana. 24 Point t:..Ir:

"AD restrl-& .. whether! by South Carolina. Tennessee >H. .K,If PUk 00 _* -..i.l" r.r; (;'"'" .
and Virginia. 5054 N 1 555 110.507 M36P1. ii" pup . repute.tion
law or idniinistratiT to there DRIVE-IN GROCERY (.:. :' f:: A ,, W ': : STMVO COCKTAIL
drive
barrtag membership for The pmuade> .... $ '''. n 7i Mr n,

religion or national origin state to Integrate began to M w. 55 400 005 550o "!*N A 5 11 II P4J, "" 100:1.: .." ,"" ,"'Ii

race .earnest when WUsoa became MANAGER TRAINEES ffi.l a- .4055
eliminated to lilt >aUonal TAft
bare been 1,
1514 Lw 4
Guard Bureau did to Ow summer DINING' A .,,,,,... w 4> OWk
be added CA1U4I I'WSCHOONER ..... ft**** ". M>r WMtJJ"
Guard
I 15 .N SSSN11115..0s... .
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'a" ""01555
of the atiorllJ' eflWl WANTED ROOM : ; .. .
Wilson chief ITALYN A M'l/illl'' 05 .J' *_560*,
n wa a slow Job of missioniry .5..50:5 *. I in w U. Ao5 -
acknowledged tn'tiM
Guard !Bureau. token work, done tarangB peno&al ::..=-:- :::.Od.:.:: I -. 4> P4IIU -_ COCKTAIL *
hat there bad been "only and 51.511 5. M 5 W.... 2J (. SO fe* me"ef" trainee ,..itle.) ..A*
hxegratioa to some areas 10'' contact t35rvwsatloawherever ow 5'0 .... r 51 with J cli..)'. Mi..h M...*.|. ftU '* .tk*. w5.aw r -r a'w... rn1 -
poesibk. Wiiwi waiKWiething .. ..- : ;: Get 511111511 '. 4hir4 Pi
far" But Wibon.& an M Guardgeneral .. .. .. .Pd ..It., /1150' ......". ..... 4..1.4.; F'.. *> Nw.w* 44 CI *Z.'rr.15 ,r'J K nmn li
.
from ,Arkansas ,. ill than welcome to 410. 51011..5 r d515r1..51.L ,., ...."... itv.*, '..ItiwI e5Pkry1ISe M". arias_ 0.0 0 A.-1.1-1 !? 5..14.405'i """.....tm. hnM
of CM gotcraon' officet 151 -
M 5'c054
tended thai ITfIIIbtI some 11 055 05 5(551 545 N r Srt **) MI.,," 'If .*,......14 ." *,**, -( PlAirO 5551* *. ,. UK*
IMM M .
Coa a mJIttt IW ill i at tThi _.y 01101 M fII *%...,.,.n SW.CO e week. 1114 fee iaefMM4jMMftn 5.5..55* .*1 =' MI 71111 Wnnt Adi I .. 5.. !'. ,..41...

d till lICItJOG" lent tw states to fan .Mat .5 SI%'.00 ........ It .<.. fbrlSi"'N !:
veeh.
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the aer
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history ff
CivanL"I I/ wen Alabama and MUtJtjppLGM .... -.1..511 .. .1.54 /.awNIne ll. ;,.V SERVICE DlRCCTOnYTO

and JIjIConamatIM George WaOareei 150 r.5. a IN'".'' Mir M..,... __. __ .
JoItntoe _, en 51110.0. -
President ... Equal ODPortoasty Alabama C'IJIIIIftIItd .
tile Armed ranee lAid i tutuM and Go*. Paul JaftMMtf 0..5.5..1.154 r -- ww.rr 5 Apply U "f.4M t. M,. lb*>4Jl *fMr. 0* INTIITAINMIMT THMAU HIWINTMTAINMINT GUIDE '

last Sunday III they wen trle ar MVa atippl aide N Man- 15__. 51 0. ..... 51 0. i.*M,.J CALL n..... .. I ....: ;

IIIfI deal i soul I Dee. L ... .
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,It 1 0 .. .-.' &YS 4 UNE 3 at urmg$100 quicker, 1"1 octlOll.with the isiling price stated In the ael. N. adelitlollal COtta for ads that requiro thi full 10 do,. No refunds for ads that



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'If Ho..... for Sal 15 H.UMI For Sol 15 H...... for Sal IS HOUIOI for Solo 15 H. .... For Solo IS Hou... For 5.1.ELL 35 Houooi For Solo *S HOUHO for Sol. 40 luiinoM; Pro,.",..

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DWNEK Laving' alalo, a.cIII65 I $ or. la a ..Iu. packod 3 p'. 2 CHARM; quality" and lw.iip iiv1)iaam. BUILDER'I MOOcL AT COST NO QUALIFYINGblur AAAKE us M OFFER TUOOfamily LARi1 ou.nlloou'clal loll tom Nk
FINLEY AREA BR. I both, PHA, ': walllylngmemory. bath home 11001 OHio C.N I .rnphasi.od In lOS Solos? cow lori _con dailgn. I bad.rooma Lowly "'.. nrw I BR, t both homo room I BR I ..bath faneod or laaoa an Main M. Nl or IV)
100); PO" mo, lowdown /4oC.Iod LIt .lIh I1l'0111oea. noln'doliOIsd 65 55.111 110001 .55Wi.sbomlp two full bitrti. 01 built- now 4-BR Homo In MaIns clots ,II Llttlawood IcnooL Tarroi bock yard, control hoot patio Aroa. will aract building" ,. out
*PKA PkiwicId t lam horns ","",. hoP HI IJth >'. Built In booKriulvai, study 1,0.0.5. 3 55. 1 051111, In man and ranga. Cantral. ...... 441.Oardana.Bvoutlful)'a ml. I of camput. on ftoori, ohwhito w..... air conditioning. holISM chlna ) "ont. Ihow by -"tIn....
j lodroom ....r._ foyer sod plantyPORDVCa II 0100 woodad ItO for ..PI..... ttl ..... U04 Nl
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groundo'Caporato 1717507.IV irIs panalad family room cantihaatlng ? down VA 1101 par monin. sal... Will DV.. boautllul drapaa, droamy kllckou.010tmal per any tInts low lormo.
Baaulllul dlnlno room *' 4 olr conditioning. BMICtlnH too down PHA OIl par montti.' around nagotlato prtco. heal and air" conditioning.Pay 1 Ith It. or call J7a-47a, Clll TOM W. .....DV. PR fur
OWNER baoutlrul homo tor AS5CCIATI9, INC. Interior la much moro ttion Mays Ini J77 7I. Hugh Edwards any Sims 37J4J14: or J7* HOW end ouumo 0141 parmo. .. or contact David S.. Hundar,
4620.TOSES I 5! fromo with atbattoa ohl. tr
room ..
.mIIYcen.,1II .
I In tOW aaclion, blocko fromMImI OJO W. Univ. I7H14: d'N llt.WO. ... and Iniuranca.Rotpn .
you I. Ni I5ln it. loci tacos
hoot and am "''. gia' aiding' ... 'lot 50 II IB-: pow I5I I. Main Homo n NE 21 Ir
Muot boaoon
: Torwlliloar' achool. WSITWOOD araa, now I sri NW.. 14th To,. off NW. loth oeO A ...... I I .. an'Ergo t..ny ,ISO, PMiay, PJaaltor. II w. ad otroot, ohado ..... oak Soomn
Call PRALACHUA'HOW III. .
? 6TorJvi It bo oppraciaiad. oath Colonial. Con.rol4oC., Van, "'v. fluw by .poo'.lmonl 050. balls located cornar lot I. Unlv.I7..1359. GOOD
Realtor : Iliad both llv. BUY
Inv
Smith. _. tho holiday 313._. Lloyd) M.,. 55,11-boats 01111115. pln5I''Id .... eallant. nalghoorhooa' comwniant largo room
< 17M: W. Unlvarolty' 14... an at I3K NW Jin Or. 1109 parmo. rick, Bidr.JWK. .lt.g I 'omlly room wIll, fist to ochoolo and Ih_... PHA 1 IR CCI houaa m NW aactlon, madlata' occupancy 1400 down, 130' II 1.10' mood S-U Woo.domfut .
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BUV hoPPINISI 0 IIRIICH NOIV low down .payniont 3721i7aor : ond 170 monthly laa It ot Ml:
si000 1'90 1onCttf.' boob naar Inloritata 71. 100 a IW yard.Mirnunoad
lOG'LIJO' ,
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yard Ill
1V W 1II I .R. port hivostl IS a U. 0. $10.1 HolIl mwn.a bull'.1n 1111010. V..2OI0 financing Jamoo Company with Llguitrum hadga NW 14IH 14... and .phono PR a- oppsn,00Cp Mm 0 IIIctI
hoar tSCI. or dli. Phono OT7401 -1IIg Stout good Otoso..
lot. .
bulb In this
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; .toptIflI. 162 2ThonflhIV. am. ?!, INC BR. i both home 05 Carol I. ,III.I Clca w.i apoM reduced now to 7170. man tor bwlnou proporty 127
Wosr IChoolO Imsil 'Ulty.. 1111 H.W. Ftwno iaouoUaHl ,.1... murtouod low down LOVELY NEW I BR Homo evarlooking (500 aqulty ond. OakS uppoymmll FOR buLl BY OWNR. A baautltul Un""' An. If ........,.... oil
= 'V Home Cowing ovary ...... poymMI..suoobis 01.1111. IR, t bath otudy doubia carport Now", ..'. Lake v n dar Coil 216own.MERRY: I otory brick homo on 10.1 Norwood H_ m-UH.
\to 015,0 I .M. I ',M. 1331 H. l\\i paymant. 1949 Nl iOttl Avo. 372-8404 tarn room built-in Mtrhon eon.tructlon.: Buyar moy aaiactdacoratlono. ocro: tract, 1o<.1Id on MlilnopparRd
F\\ MODIL HOMl CLOStOUT I 21 or call PR 11174. cant ....1. Mon A-C 114,500 Acts lot. Plnancad. M mllo North of nth' 14....
W. PS.Cornp.r. ...
New 4 tOrsO bod.-n. two full) bath soot wIth .0 sIlls I CHRISTMAS tfocidt to buy will S ratldanco bo. .rryIOU with" w 1750. On. wo mo. .120 ta 14th __tola._by_ownor. CoIl _PR .-_ M I BR 41. botho, control ...... 42 ,."".. 6 Acre**.
MuIldr ....-. siOf& EI.ctrM.blItO --. 1 kat0. fUlly sir 0.50.hnmtu. FRED molly tin* Poets,", handaomaliving T... Bud Hoblnton, P RI 3-2154, Must ba sow to ._,.... Phono ow OC'. wl'h pasly5 .
stun end r0001. 01 CMI.4t I VOU'LL BUY IT IVtfiyTIMI ARNOLD room, family room wllhllroplKO II, t balk carport family PR 44174. ........ Good t.rws and ,IIv.blt.
PARRISHPRESENTS III'1ced
sir sasoo.sbls.
IotIt5 Id.pt.b'' Ie Saul modall I1MN an oufrtondlng klldwn. room built hi aiicnon, cant : .
odt1Ming.; Fully oSTvAf* tot your ". REALTOR will wail carpat, haat. f-ton A.(, IIIMO ifooPIRIPLACI limn Ira ohaad In mil', 1 I 19 Out ., Tow Proparty
UMfnT orto ::rl.m'l Both Cl and Irlck homo.Nrw Llk.
JIIO' sits nlcotloi. 45. .1 mo 4615 SI I"h T.. '
\\II Or. $650 down PI"3ioo d... In Hack Acrooicupancy 001 .ud luIioocn, 'R 0.1051, and locatod In Llttlowood 2 SClhtmi- ooorAi-cliSA'31j II Acm wool, ........ rood IMOON

=month Includoa taxao and FORDYCEFEATURES MERRYWill within a low dylIiooiblo HOMBI .| 0150. tot. 110O down, pal. MO mOIl'''. MARY MOELLER Rtaltor
.cmlng.:' Hugh Idwardj, Inc. Ofo be 5.0 famIly 511.1' g.la this, I t.rmii I1J.MO 00 baaulltul brick' tlraplaco ao".",our.., Prlca IMOO. Phono 4fs-ZJIO Ort loll w. Univ.' PR .-.."__
Jico .. Nl IWh II. and 11th A... badroom I bath boauty. Wlfi gall tt SANTA by giving your family I In oxctll.nl Northwest mlonborhoodo. Naar Unlvarolty lovoly brick homo, XMAS loll.
..a.It" a dlthwaihar end dlapoial chll.dran Dill ttirao ballroom, two both Quality lingo living room tints dining
built
o good achool naarby I. $ In tho vary eoou- D. Zot....,. cu"OIII by T,. room I bodroomt, I bothi and ll faitlva In mil liroa and ipa. I 4 Bodroom Mtd.lt I I..
be .
XRI YOU MOVING TO OCALA.' lOst low price of 514,000 ..Wlth.IIY lam o"1'nme' Compiaialyoqulppad : 17"_. licit nlco Florid room. A otudy which clout homo with 1 I R 1 bath ENJOY THESE SHADOWLAWN
plica' homo In Ocala P.fcl I ICAUTIPULComar P10* 000015. Dial H522 ... for o total, trioS of la complotaly prlvato. Locotod anlarga LR. DM and timlly room with, I ESTATES
"I tuthl. tsar JTa OOUMI* 9t*. M for OhIo 1 br I bath day. 116.000.00 TIll tormi will mint McKINNEY woodod lot, walking. dlatanco tlroplKl FEATURES
.m..llry. ..tiooI. and d.nppIll con.toq. homo, rtf." ringa Wllhor.I. "......" happy too at only' to Unlvonlty ot Plarlda. 5 CantoS Mono ,. D. OLIVER
o. I.rgs I.lIdtcOpocI 101. Will largo cloiati and utility itoraoa CHRISTMAS only 11,000.1 caoh and GREEN TO ALLA 'I Alr-Candltlanart. OPPIRINO
..,Ide for simIlar 00011 In In Woodland Tor,_ Call Spool In This', lovoly ikyllno 105165,1.hcmoeosbsy.urslsyU 1100 00 par month Cxcallant normoait locatIon, thIs' Sbadroom a Ivllt-Ja UltckaoPancad Individual ttytot Por Von
-Oalnaivllla frlca ,.nor from Pordyca "..Im act SPARKLING .. l Chrlllmao, trao, DEATONREALTORS Hooping' proch homo HAPPY HOLIDAY a Yard Will pltnnod living" ....
.$15.000 to 6.000 call McKinney promptly. Wall to wall C.uy.t.ntmaI this' lrnn.culals lllroo 0,1,0001 prlcM to pall with low down paymant PlrartacaIn .
,'I .Oroan RaaHoral71MI>. LOW .. alto" lorgo light kllc...., two bath homo Ill Florida Porn sod Immodlalo _upo..,. o l ... I bark CCI Homo, C Quality mittrM o wortmaninip
Monthly naymanti with,' thIs I br family room. patio. Buy botoro li loot what you VmS boon looking .
1.4 both, 1oonalld tv.Il ond II.. traal Largo Pomlly, lust Iho homo, 4 bad. MARY locatad tsar _'" Muit loti'mmtdltf.ly. A com"unlty101I would bo
lot Homootoad for. Largo oak
January got
I ; ; homo kt N. w. Built In man CORNER LOT
( I pools, ilitcirot.yard. ". 5610.P 610001.. A-C unit, good ...... Ixamptlan. 127,090 with so Ira add to .... beautiful tatting on Throe badroom I bath homo room I "bath lomlly room, chll Vary ..._.... proud to I''.. In
down Illattroclioo down ....
lIsa 1Ch001. $100 aoa silts fianlbia' down good tormi. on an aero lot. This a 1,0.1, drano playroom, firoploca In living pavm. May ba Han ot Drive wait on NW. Mm
"' 0.. Ho .'.10,1111 cools. 41. moot Coil: Fordyco I74-I1M. pay homai I30ooooo touthwair aroa. This room, baoutlfuliy landicapad MOELLER ion Ml I4tn DrlvaPor 14... poitftia OIM Iprlno." .Intororction. -
gUM: Koy.'_ HalQhti. _....... TO NOW ONLY liaSOOOO. ilOt Nl than pacloui 2000 nnldanco loot wtth of mon yard.Mparato. oppahitmont, call I Iii oign on lott
COLONIAL Homo nl.Nl. NO lao 11110 hoult cell 1.3522 H. W. 12th Torraca fits badraom. two tquaro flowKaco V440Mg PR I-OM4
.56-. .TORY 4 BR modarn mieh. $52. LR I OR Pam.OUALIFYINfllap. rn,., I 10<01''.... CiON to ....pp I of. bath, family .room ConIcally Ir. room, Includai and fowli o Mplrata d wIth I IOram Ilock Ac,.. Tldlt'on.1' 2 kodroo.n. REALTOR I

rto.000,aoa 02000> drlva down.by 4i Call> Nl'R>th**J largi".. Clll br,,Fordyco 1 "bath J7HJM patio .ltd filca church.Iotioiy bldroom.and school 2 'but.''11I.. Thraatral c.... hoatod houoo achooli."rum Pool Mttulto mambar.indBiohop firsplac cooditlond. Cantmaily. ThIs homo.=I. slIdsIr ... I "h !tome dining' with room,living family-n. lOlf W. Univ. Avo. PR t447lMombar ........' ..-' .. .. ..' .' ..' .."

air, paved Itroot. Only 120 akin' avalioblo, '00. Ownormovad cluol..ly 1I.od with room with flraplaco I lovaly mod. Multlpia Lining
McKI
; iAAiMiCI, FORDYCEPrancn WO with PHA or Conventional .. 0 07. Olin built In kltchan. Cintral I. W. MoMlar Poitar KatnrCharlM
and wants M tall bforo .
Inc. Call 37J:3017. .
0.00.Now
flooi. Hugo family T.m. fIts' HI. Mayo SHann Grant g Move in by Jan. 1st
rUROWOOO :: I Halan' Balyaat
4 150CIATII.. INC.
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; room with flraplaco. Laroo polio. ALL J.W.KIRKPATRICK. J, J. FINLEY Lilting Almotl' now 1 badroom.t I
ar1C. a..llor
.
IMO lovaro taat. I bod,_ 1" Pordyos of in mtand ta our blonds tholoieon Just in Idol homo for I '0. "bath cantrally twatad and air"
\>. I. Hough 4 I ft. I bath, Fla. rm., Camral IOU lot In Wlmborly Iltalal.Built J Be eligible for Homestead Exemption.
lor'h 00650.5 OnIon
Harvay Kaoitof hoot. Idaaliy' locatod within' 1 In kllchan unlti. 15SIaphans
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JAMES O. C. Gay Dudloy GouldIrlP24 ARNOLD 21 N. Main ,...... P* iK04 block ot tho Khool Paved
: THE W. Un'v.' 16-12:11:* REALTY COMPANY AISOCIATCSPloyo Slm000l Baautltul ihadod tot Itsopanslos Two ballroom homo I. 'OII.tH.lghh I Limited
COMPANY Multlpia Llitlna Mombarnit Mathliian' Irani iunnill Thli proparty li In ucal I IstICondition good cuodllinol. 11d .A.\. Ido.1 Number of
: SWIMMINGPOOL w. Univ. AoL m-nn Capt. A. W. Kaon VON Rat, Prlcad under 117,000 for homo builnaia.Unlvanlty 144 badroomk. Sullt-ln kltchan -
DisICT PROM SUILDISVS AlIO IVY roduead no commliilon. I Jim Bob !Kalkmm Sob Rowa down p.ym.-L.I ui Ihow you Acroi How waitildo rallrlctad down PlYm.... USA from 1700 \ COMPLETE
IB*, I batnt. kitchen aoulpoad, ,. W. Hodge Jimmy Oraano 11.15 fin proparty _r. you wbdlvlllon' ot aero: lots __ cluing _110 HOMES
VA HOI Nl 15Ih Tar. w.lter stoddord buy. C.II PR ":JI17. Pavod Itroahv Inildl' loll W950,
.PHA or
.Huoh Idworda. Inc 17t->"n. SPACIOUS badroom IVi both ma. LASSITER cormra HIM. Outilda city llmltt Capitol Buildan. I....
NEwS In,. NO CITY TAXIS.
EASY TO BUY FLASH N.W Ills Plaet 11 Mlt llrootOPI 1 i
amry htm with ta-XIT: IWI1AMINft $10 Down
ft* homo In Highland Court Man.or Yn two lo ...... Wo navo .
owlm club mambaranlp" 00110. pool. Lototad "In tho' NW TIlls' charming t IR, I bath "homo dupian I harcan ba bought for o lu, ....... January 1st. br H_ HOUSI DAILY
Old hold Nothing down-amvmopavmanto. atcrlon bit outddo, OIlS city ItnvHi. In .I.. Flnley aroa can ba bouoM REALTY km than Ho markot valua. 51554 I......"... Call I7I-4MI or VO-/7ML
r ,'". tn. 300. ThIs Is on oxcapuonal buy for only ".000 down ond not turnlohad Good condition Fully \ VA

1i1..rd don air condllonad, .... ltm"". per month. Kltchan la oqulppod THB fOLLOWING HOMES MUST 117)00 por moON ,Incomo -- *
Lovoly" yard Tha BUY of III.lIar Bl SOLD THIS MONTH Mull ba told M. M. SAVE includes
foul hoat Iwlmmlnf Pool nwn.boriWpf I LOVELY I badroom m bathi, oPlIIE' of "'.000. Call now to IsO TOQUALIFY by Jan. lit willcontldar MONEY BY
POR HOMISTIA 0 '
0 down, HI 03 monthLIRvCCI raaaonabla oftant It
locatod
PM U! .1. maaonry homa In XIMPTION' FOR I'''. would' pay you ta Invaitlgitg SEE 10EXCITING 5 Closing Costs
"Iy. Coil SIlo
NW aactlon
luit Iniido tho
DID YOU KNOW? Don't wait C.n'R I-3ol7.: 5 being eligible for Homestead Exemption
llmlti. ONLY 113,150 With
down and
'tow poymont 4 BEDROOMS I..h. control haet PARRISH
.t.ko up ;. .. IIN. II atlh 1700 DOWN Thit you can own Hill attractive 1 beautiful built-in kit ONI YEAR ASSOCIATES y
:Tar or phono PR 6-tout. 5!. I bath' C. hums In .oc.III OLD II.OW down
lIlA? I "",, twna appt. aiiumimtg Prod Jayno luttorworth ASSOCIATES INC. Low FHA Down
room on larga 1oc.1I. tot only t300 down t" Wu g Payments
POR I ALI OR RCNT I SR fclt WIll landKopad lot lull ivt mInd Old 504 0. month. Como 10', :IncT I at S Isis L No than quolltylng IIOS "par MOVI mo ,. J. Oavla H. J. willtMro H. Wayno Hill Solon, OrohemCarolyn
.00515p01, sOar Ittphon Posts tram ftilnaivlllo. OWNS WILL bock ,ord. ..lter call Thom. W. Rodforo1Multlpia I Poolay Mory PirrlihIf
OK NW 32nd UI. Call PINANCI.: :lOW ;: .... IN. Lilting ) N I. Pint If. Tel. J71-U75 i Free Lifetime Membership
Tumor 1965MODELS
0462.1467. AlllgoodTb
MODERN MULT LIVIL 1 SRI
(:. homa, I SR' I batn largo John Merrill UNIVERSITY bath ito"rh: : room. Northwatt. TREES TREES TREES in Fabulous Carol Estates Swim Club
family .roam, bullt-ln-ovan and attract I v o !III
anoo, control ...... lots II Ulh tormi. No .,.IIIyI"",. MOVI IN. IN I \
..... 170-sno or 17.t .-...4a. Realtor REALTY Monthly payments from $82 1 Includes all.
---.- PINLIY ARIA 4 IR t both "
.ml..l..011II.. Pomads lUll Dlit 01 MUITIPLI PrlONBI PR LISTING M 1111 N. Main It. Ph 3714111 ... quiet daad and Orson Cantral Phone 376.7971
*>4 haat. Nlca live in 5 5Gainesville's !
yard. Only 1701 down 5 Why not VILLAGEGREEN
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IDIRICT I. Ills compiox A1SOCIATIIMARCILLA W. M. Munroa dooitorloiot to qualified PHA buyer.SOO. .
a.ca anf llnencl", CAROl I. I. Melaugnlln, ',onk"oby.
Nth Avonuo. Hugh W. M. BUCKHANNAWVIINON '' Soy McC_. T. C. Douoloo > HIGHLANDS I I. I both
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7 I ,. Ig HUGH EDWARDS
tdwardl lnc -yan 'U WOOD J room.. MOVI Cholca IN.n.'ghbO'hood.' "7.. wooded | INC.


II'I DOWN 010 otoIn S NE 15th Street & 28th Ave.COMPARE.
: Only I :, ="m woman, Extension

BR Includoo I bath taxao In A Northwait'Inturanca.N..,I S.t.: .... ..II..3131..31..II..31...............

'VfZf ponilva ......... IMMIOIATI
OCCUPANCY.; $ wonderland? 5

,: This Week's MAKE CALL'N OPPIS" Featuring General
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Electric Kit chart.

378-1521 Large 100 x 100 ft. Lots Homes priced from

I :nf\fhtrn\ Myrtle M'I Realtor S Brick gas burning oak log $15.300$18.275.. THESE HOME VALUES
WIll I. ( I' AuoclitoId Payments from $100a
luitia, Anoclata Fireplace BEFORE YOU BUY
0II month YOUNG
III
up.
rs WL5iUUJU Lr.1UJ : G. E. Built-inj = AMERICA HOMES

MODELSNow All City Services :: have family fireplaces rooms paneled 2. SAVE!!


Walk to top Schools full baths with indirect
BUY YOUR
NEW HOME
Open
S Walk to 300 Club lighting central

-4 ducted heat Italian BEFORE DECEMBER 31

Northwest : Family Rooms terrazzo floors. AND SAVE YOUR

= White Terrazzo Floors iv'I HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION

Estates I- VA o FHA Conventional
( SEE OUR NEWLY


Cuttom tullf' moos ra>. FURNISHED MODEL Tho followIng' org reody for I 527 I. Univ.' Avt.

TOYS Itrlct04 WESTWOOD 0CCUII0nCY. orgo, cwnlortoblo tarn* for
5.' I ,larga family. 4 M. 4
laoutlfulty' wooaloa less : C72 S.W. JJth Way 001015 u. lIvIng" santtybonn.
Drivo north an Main St. POIor dl.l", 15515.4lonflo. .
= ESTATES ::; (Country Club lit.tat I .enoanoa IIOtdI. OR.kltchos .
N.W. 1 3th St. to 39th
All City aonvonloncotlaotly or 4 IK, no ........ .... ".. 20 baths 50011.
I- 0I A... Turn right I soul> to l15. and addthooOl 15Mm.falnstoot pl.llly olr condition oil
N. 055551001501NdIlttwOsb Drive Weir en University Avenue or N.E. '15th Sr. turn right arts. many Iu.. 'IIf.ln' applloncaa_wondarfulbvllnMf
liouthi watch for YOUNG vry toofu.... Very ..n.luivnwool. olnittuntly tor ftlcaIna
Estabos IS C_ N.W. 16th A,.. Turn on N.W.43rd AMIRICA HOMISngnon .... 07000 ..... end tlfa. hootS psod fows.fnnanf tor

......* 00 ma lass Road. Turn at N.W. 13th Place. 'toft. MODELS AT N. E. pot montti.financial Will' oimnothor pro ,ooty -,,.Lot 00pronlmatoly .
arronoa. _
in II
two lido Macki at NW autn Mti of SOOIOS.N.W. loin. 15th St. and 30th Avo.Phono "' ...., _......"... nocauary flrpf.

A._ e Butler Brothers Bldrs. : 3727070. I

904 NW 14th A...

372-9545 :: 1 I* I bait, lUG down, NorwoodHope
WALTER STUBBSInc. Day Open Doily 10.6 17. 1110. J


TREES TREES TREES L1AIION.,
**H" 'Inc ,

Phone 375-5394 YOUNGAMERICA We Trade Homesor

&-._ GalHotvlllo'l MWOIO omo* moot PropertyALL
"We trade houses
ir.I-i luivnova oportmant bvilatmf ., ..
OUR KOMIS AIR
WIY5rnJI LAKESHORE OHM PO* YOU TO I...
JOy IIIIN9' NV1IWI IP

HOMES M....... of Horn IvIUonAoMcUNM I YOU WILL Jut CALL
4 nn st. m iiofiTP
_. ': J TOWERS ., Cainotvillo 4-uoi: or P* t-rm
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w LINESj C" NOW LEASING



: & 10 Ii hiI. 503BanlmoornlVboth..2l.. ...'....mlY

DAYS ii This special good an jJ GREAT YEAR-END
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NE 5th Ploc. Now

$2.00 above Item and Is open II1 rlroplact Ranch Styli ond with Iniido Woitom bar SAVINGS NOW FROM

bocuo make) an offer o I

: I LII wo wont to movo 'It thIs KIRKPATRICK & PIERSONONLY
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yea
: I to nan commercial ad.ili .

Opon for _viewing 3 BR $10 DOWN VA

and 2 bol.... Band now -

: vertlien only. Each week, : nth superb canttfuctlenttiroughouf. -
311' NW tots
Avo.M ONCE-A.YEAR OPPORTUNITY!

: I a new want ad special ii1 "'c," OMrtaoliin* lako LUXURY FEATURES INCLUEtt
: umatt Mtwaan 5.!. Plant
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0 ,' III an* A'IC.' ... ban off "|. e Swomoss.og Pool a Roc.ro.lfoo loom Good Only Thru December 3lit!
III PricH. ol only. .-. Call u. O A r.o ol P0sla CrMiotg C Contr.1 Nose I
'
: 1 elll ba offered, watch for O Control Air Co.4. > LaaooVy 'ocikriaaSroroo

: 0 Utkora S C..b.W Dtsp ChOIRS
JACKDEYOTRatwtoroo i r.vool P.rkinaj Arool 0 Ltbroa) S.dsw.lk. ACT NOW TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATI!!

lit. I o l Elan'obw.'s
: Ad
Want Special
$1 ) IroAooASSOCIATES I

: ,, I I PHONE 376-4456 I Kiriparrick & Planeti Hat several new lames In Highland' Court

S Irhon. 3711411.L I I I FOR PRIVATE APPOINTMENT Manor ready for Immediate oxcupojucy.

'.' Roy Ellis Chits Sro 0)P1.oMl72.25ll I I I2. rlw, Jorrkoi

IsOlsil. NoIos.wp I SALES OFFICE OPEN 9 TIL 5 DAILY

I 2J9' J.W. Ilk ST.u.s.. HWT. 441 I KIRKPATRICK & PIERSON BUILDERS


;,_ 125 NW litk ft. Butler Bros. IUILDERS SALES LOCATED AT N.L 23rd ILVD. AND 1 ltd TERRACE

I ,.... 372-3471
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RtALLY CMNOA40r21Af 7I ; $0350 N3MGES? 11J'LL MAWOI1PSG 11(46, tccio LAWkDAP1100WVIEO'.S.po CJholSTld 564701 71Ofj MAIC0IU,1

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piel. fteod mveirment end inly w5t.. or -.'" IIot .... colo 91711$1540150..., 4PI.37IU110 ACP.I1 with renlel unlit. IK- lion 'QYa. slodoUliolIPiSO, 500. '
10(145 4,, 115 .... SA THE TIMEIS SPINET OIGAP4 01V5 37050 3Iaiiouo'Wsiciii7j114.Pd IMQ TR ;3. Woks wnteit, ""
suns euw Cur .. Call 0011$ 5 533w. 110'.1' I .. dostruIsiAtN0l mice prket HI leuth.lettMrenl lot cans, lint ecu* w,r rrtctAmericen 5550005544 551105151505 shIll ..Ir... ".C51101 I 55.101.7g. IllS teund, mott .....
1*OYCiRIALTOR ATIS. INC.i AS'0p. II N. Mob., p5Pt010 SI'Sgotric 'pWLyy Co. IpediiliKig' m ttillen Ply' or trtini ether" tool 11-", 'It'' if 50540, P045. 404. MOO, phone 17440U mer I
Plods obIb Mr PuIly sOollpsd, ttyt. Phone PR mil 3'Jt.' 'h'rf.1
... nUB no 4.040 .1001050
W. UnH 3'6012" Kit. C"" Ono '" 1014 14 lOw p5111? 0 ._
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'rn. I I. IAOCLI AND R.olW' $5150 IV C fii '
ulil. 3 price UkPOR MJ"C co.11I.ult 00 PlCtN. 55.4 Ion, 5714 .
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ChIld. sot lit 4 WIW. list or
54 III II .i'" Wy luwdas. .p545074 .
CLOSE CIty on. A.. It. Dsb.o.o 55510005 .545,05 bS.pplog CsOcS, sod 'oil' Op P5(105075 05 1550 .
IN4c5.sO010vdP11IIur. lory. kitchen I 0
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on II'. ....'!Ot. 6 OIL I U.,.. rloel .....,.. Children, port ..... 11,0115 5004.111555 Au 0050IV OIly"' *_'. P1111.11105$ sow Sits, P110010 P0 717 "' 10 rnenHlry ,..... PR tttjt.Ill 1 OlmosPSIOSlOob700d.low .
com.. ,;0 m,, ",?, uiiHti C... us MPORt YOU SlY .
h Do You Havt MARY MOEUER Realtor/ 550(104 ItID ANOLIA.
150 ecrte ) c* Improved tOll
7.4. <... cnlrkM rencll 45 ,...i.h.4 Aptt.. .. .33t192onInoy M. 4.. OIo 'R 1.4332 or III* W. Unto, Ave PR 4-4471 who the Ills nerd ie oiicn el hewing the lete ortNiio uww alAN Auto ION loioe 010$. I PR Good --. list or boil ...... Ctll.
t-nrl etier I PJ* er ue ONo
41* ecret pecen EOns
Oil Mr>. StMdhimVM rBDRODIoI '.'nl'h'd .T A Room.Aparm.nt. SHELL OIL CO. hM Ion 'IMMlocitod 5lo I A TV lltectlminl. It InitMl loot IllS, """!. 74 AI..I. tilit-lenlili. HWY Ml _Nwtl 111 T. Plivnt III.
1Gloiv Willi Ivrnl....... .o.rlmi f. HHn for Rent Fnm."KACTIVI I Shy tn.d,. 5.001(1 51015 fer yen boy le KMvllli High Iprlngt. 4K.IXIU : I
Smith Realtor 'h... 311.0113. 150 pO, "'''''11. It IIM I. Unlwrilty o Hierlnf Aid IN 0. MaIl cHit.- yv.---..... Ii, IT Aulemaeilet Winte4 tr
1 1I or pRutn.UilO AUO"'CA'
kitmctlon .> ,
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'221 W. Unlverilty' Ave.'LJture'l .. MOIILI HO""I" on ..,.... M. home. I) ml. North en 441. HiwHwiw It.... The ttulon. VACUUM CUANIRI N It",. IMOrl_- PortKt Covof Mill ipoid PI frentmliiioit A P*. 0..,.1 IIM 5000.5 tOTHII.lion. I 00010.1.. .54. ....:.. ,.,..:. I
_, JIll .r.i ...,... 10' wol" Son I5S .... Inquire ._ _. ipece hMter, House to Rent? pmentiy mm end delne ...... Per !... Now ni PaIns Niw Interiort I ewner, CHI PR HKH .... $1 AI $021005 741w...
'lokofc Sims 4 ClblruOlOVCeT pot" NW 32na Pi0, TV COIl "' .'701. MM. IxnUOTt IMIintMrhMd PS.SonblSI. Klrtjyi Hoaven lltctralMWottlnijrioute OR ")7it or 4 PMN 10. 010lltss. Ill

:: AIIOCIATIt INC. ,. "1110. > .IARSI.... ROOMI sod kith en. REMEMBER .. Minimum PiM doeler Mwottmmf IriM... nulnd. to. WASOIN.end ll.m ithortIP I 71 TRUCKS FOR SALI PONTIAC till '1* Pool VI.
ROOIIII 11" clrnlillng _,". c... kiture -G-;
W. UnW 1741234IQI. 'UANISHIO *"sJ IUC n. far Sdults' iso p., "' ..,.,. poll ner I 15. yird. ting,e men. worn LMrt et PR Mm for Inter. COMPrONS .ncycloJ'l d I Ia.1 11151 FORD Polo H-Mn ,lCtou.. UMAt I '65
IALI completely" fer min HONE couple til eor me m.iion er VM1H "Mr 4:C*
edlbod..3 scoot r6. m Plots PP lutist 57740 4 PM. A rental vacancy 11II.SHILl.. 1954 edition FR 6.6005. l'j .tan Pick-up! MIRNOON fl. .1 IIRVICI dIll II 87*?.

el 1 lend fenced end pltnted topntlirl NICI. "PlC'INCY' .pt.. cto..,.. '01. RINT.. I IR koine tvmllot -. OIU CO. Dei 5 suodsos KNAPP iho** Call FR 2. fR 2.1349
grill Trill property '" .'roo, COSTS YOU MOR 5 Tf/ 58 000 Mil.
PrenH .
Dldiorton .
"rk''II.
Ideal, w joo Ktroe Say rmcn
fer StYlI Mel I
mill, btrrn. .. enevlllbil 7534 .v.noings.MCCUS.L0H 37 '0.0 "ON PiCKUPAl.
hot two end It tit. W0OAln' ..--. Oi .i.. 0'_ Let. Pie.
u.Iods. Pee Sprlngt" Rd. HlgliIprlngl. I' loa ..,. ,. Oil "'" 131 ",.,,,s. PhonoPUI.NISHED II tor Immodllt 11 III ItUNOON SUVICI STAT.lit. W..nt,
',1512. than the cxj that NW Urn Itrwt end IllS A... CHAIN AV. now RIDGWAYRAMBLER
IIA IWUM ltilk. It ...1_ wrtti nxuccvti. .. pod. 110.4. MoorS ,_ lobs. SE 4,1 SI.
Mr
mill Mtel we muit tilt" TAAILU. rent now SII THI"DODGE
n | ldull. .

50215.rmchti.Old I h cemiillng ittlO, ? .100 ef...40Pwtt .... polo PS" 14335.......II au OIl p...t_.11 onl......55LS .no.. .10 Unlvertlry....lou..., boys hm 131' boon N.W. rantlniI Ills A... will rent ItI I 55.4 Miohooo.n.75151,505 54 Srspolsol lonsolinooS 155011504....04157454o.. I I 01. -}M lot Nl Myen urn A.lie.loiter Tooll 14 AUTOMOIILI REPAIRS BOYS"

et nil property It 'th sr. 'R ..7ISI. 5011050,0,
"piont.et TABLE SAW$7SMlea
te ...tv", ...... ether port 1 'R. 'R. HlOwn 504 d.alte 405fo$5 to 4 a 0105 Hivl your cirWINTIRlIRO Celneivilli'i
end ,
luding
Slc04 .n .111111. "' dMIne "'" ($010. Her what tlnenclel pull eeviiiiwe. ss1 opy 466-3)10 NOW
rid I* pent corn end to...... rapt on tor cooking, h.itl.10... bnitlon iht room, Ilk. loll your cut M,. Oeleedi el 11 our motor tune-up OoptHAwHPOUVtRI RAMILIR DEALER POOLEDGABLEMOTORS
ce pen In CtHjmbi* County. ?'..50, Ill "I W A,.., P/n-ch. girige, ..lIIty..... end. PR taa fer mtermition tuO-TMIPM ...."' I CT power MOIOII CO.
Pit .._ run bin """ .. on llrvor leke. M vacancy COSTS V44UH sIts 4M '. enWnrera.. lOs gillen' lenk enditmd 104 N. MiHl M. 1132
11 I ten rmdi with good houn, ill mo pormemnt. or IM .... fill M ..,Ion M wiier tendCemploM nry 3-557
fenced notr Nigh .. EFFICIENCY Juno IS. PR .
APTS t-Uil er Kiyitont U* WWIJ4.II S. MAIN ST.
YOU EVERY DAY Cl W.nM In
AM.JOM MtjMl47y405l' to ,
M MO. .. ... l.. Per Sell
IS Aut.
trotror,
cu. PT. Coldtpol t lit SI 1ST AVI.
ronth. H ml
KK on Oil.,. wicenopy -
pichtnoo, 464 :JMJ I br turn "hooso boo _.. cnmt cendltion MW Nan miliot 372-8433
All .fenced MUD )Vt pertly ours "plentod tobecc. 01.Iolmool. tofrill lotltr GirNIIO lety MthoMlrver cemetpltlen 1959 PLYMOUTH I72.4J43WlSIT
One sod two bedroom III.... 126 W. UnlY. 37..11:16FU.NIHEO : An.a.. end lerHtn Ulvereoilirt eiceimt ceMltlon nnIWc. son
But Offtr Must
PRANK. HOWARD Posits, hold end unlurnlihM 110m. ,. ., proof mi end mi 141, ,,01. I mitt* r>d ...,
p. 0. IM m KI 4114.0374 lictrle' kllcnmt. lulling III. bo'. 512331 Os LuAu WI IF RENT YOU LOSSIS SuIt ....1.... cfiilrt with iteol. .... PRHARPER 4117s Colt 372.4S87
HgH Iprlnot. Pit i sir conditioning swimming PhIL $15. S COIN SHOP PINAI. dOSS-OUT ft"'; .>>;;;;;;: 'M OLD THESE AUTHORIZED

pool. ono block from K. I IR I ..'" will t* will cuntIng : PER DAY IS: lOt W. Usbosribly" A... IS tIls P0' 040.15 1151 II.$ II IIN t-Door rlordtop. RIH A?,
4 j eol..... Fropirty Vonje School'. Prom HOI pt' HI 1121.mI JIll II. At tend C.II'R tMtf.iiei I ] I
mourn. It...... yourl now Cor HI Hit Ave.lUJ .
<. H....."'" Ge.dMulT PAINT CO.
.."'. JIT I *. 16111 Avtnuc sod 10111 IR 1 lim Cypntl penelltd M. P.f .... tut per diy IllS P000. run loll, IIrll '.1'.

I ito 4.iIsr.slsd In buying ounso Torro31_ {MUM with Hd OrbS 11....._ ... lilL mod nfntroom .. IIV. .C'I Rent OIl"$. rllle' I power 515 055 5, 110111, P105010 .It Qpr Warranty DeoUrs
1 10150$ lit right eric*. Call NWLY OICORATIO APII"Col- Purn er vnrurn. Ml per .. 114 per diy furn.. oaot k ...... 5 ecoe*. lull !1155 nmr. SlIt. Ngw .71'
3 '" IsIs itudontt end coucn' wits. MARY MOELLER, Rdflltor lino" l..d, 1 dwell tod, bmt dime cor retrlgoritor. mountenywhere. I I&GMOTOR MILTON
HOWII FOR IAIC out children preferred. (Ml New- It'* W. Unlv' PR 4-J4T1 Ml per m* .. IIII ... diy HIT. In et .wi NW lit D,. omul eompict Mttlfit POlO CONV. tak Clll Veto
let bMraonu. II Wit It t berry 47.2il er OtVnN er cut #KWDOUBLI only U.. OR 0 $020. ?! er toe il Hickory Mill CO. INC MOTORS
....... M per me. .. II.N per ..yM Mobile Home piriti M 41 liter
in Ave down ptyrrmonthly ...\ ALACHUA on. bedroom 'bll. 41 Heuwt fir Kent Unfurl). MIl .,_. IM ilngltbrd 3 DAYS ONLYII 4 PM.M 2001 NW Ilk StresS 703 N. Mel Str*.rFR
_ _
peymenti 157 teAue 5s0 home. prlviti lot, 14 ml tout ... FR 2-1471
per 11.16 111 liectteiui ., 1-7571
"hemn .built en your III el AI....... CHI 443.703240 Guob per diy yocuumciomor > M Alum pollen' reel. ; CHIVROLIT Inokweedlien .,..
son
NEISHBORHOOD. del* with' poI''_. 5* Prune
with ne down peymmt.PR Plc Cliettir, Dtnliii. 1st lIlt.IRAND'NIW 1 to ecnoeli end thppplng' center. VI per me, HU per dty PS 54.115.DISIOWASOII. $169 1 llolI.dN. SilOs frcyl, ,I. R'''. mwllrw.
tJiaHome I IR. tonced Money Oewn to M "' .. I* Isp.0.nlhi5SWnlllC5.374lIl' M .
.Ii yird 110
1 An Phone per me. ...... iosd 1754350 CRANELincolnMercury POOLIGAILEMOTORS
MOV'IN IrtaMltlonid' tin bttiii Iorro. irMilOUNPUPNIIHIO. 171 per "' '. ... per day ... .....11.... ,..... ... .0.
Now CCI I bod....... be' 10 noon Rwdtrn hirnltvn. On, t IIDROOMI CHI PR tIMI'OP. 111 OlOl'jITPTRI, R 4 M.cwid sin
Low down piyment Locifnantt I mlnuln' from Unlvonlty m .n 140000. $10 PS' _"". $1 45115 M* per "' '. .. .... per diy <* Put Oil > .. ., 4 00.0 chirgo1*. 504 I. Uniy.rt.ry' A... II SI tit AV*.
ed H.I. IStIl 'WI.McCIIY 10.'". No cniidrm or i.t.. SOd 'Os,. (ill 'R 02372. '' bALl Me, cheln. let leitiMi CHI, John Pltnon P It' I 141er .
'ullde. ml (sib 2'17III 3'4.l5In HI per .... BO per dtyper end tibiH end I...... 371711 PIOEW000' Iso i,, or ite it III NW dIll Av.. FR 2-4151 FR 2-4343
dip 30'.1290 ICOROOM houM. control I Call 376.0814. emount col M eraer, Cm 445 Iwer
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hut neir unlvorilty POIse UMIU trice Uvmber Woedttretorvlng -
174-5011 4' Unlurnnhtd A3 ,,-. FR 6-6358 110 me. UO pot day COOP new etttory, mutler sod clutch* HAWES-POWERS RIDGWAYMOTOR
DISCOUNT
good tint .. PR tnt.
43-1 COLORED RENTALS room spatvcot$ vluiuciohudji' towel, liS per $.. HI.* per diy MOTOR COMPANY COMPANY
unfurn. houMi for rentRIALTOR PRICES
It IE 22nd It 150. Clll lustily, 71 Mullcil Mirchtndligfrom
ft Wlllllmt '.,n. $70,,. FR I- 'O.OYCI WSSOCIATl ''Ne. 1101 ptf m*. ttc per day .. 204 N. Nib' Street 1132 S. Meln Street
NOW RENTING. ,nl.I nt W. Wd underwII evdrybody.HENDRIX )1m I H.mmond .pr.., ... FR 2-2141 FR 2-1433
COLORED nitre modern t IR du Unlv ..11I >> Oiinetvllle, Drive-in church
pus. tptrtmint, lerge living, end 04. ,.,. Ilk. ..... qui' 505.cios IR. CCI. lirgi lot ipece twot. CALL 378.1411 FURNITURE CO. ... it Oridioy MuiU" Co. er CallPR
dining' "eroe modern kltcKon win ,roond. Isngi .. "rig riM .. .
it
444 NW Mth Htt
ton moo etweoe ctottti boIls.it run. C.... ilr condo 4. Mtt "IJ Ave Him tm Ave et low wWILIII.T ovonlngtoiVi _ THE GW USED CAR WARRANTY IS I
Ito... tile btmt. IPKP Mel.tr por ma. 353) IW 4lh A... Phoniin I U. CCI. cor..rt. vlllity room. TO PLACE YOUR ... ttove 4 burnorfclion. THI-O"f-DJI A iirinvi HONORED
end hot weter hotter. lecilltut Has. $7000 211019. """'.'....... city ...'_, dos, ....1_ 5.041.PIt. HAMMOND ORGAN STATEWIDE WHEREVER THI !
for : $ mechinet, md .05. 0015' SlId Ilgh,.. 00 loss .... WM4I etter liMMAKil. 'II' 511557 5055 rI5t 0500nO I M IMITTVIII I CW EMBLEM IS DISPLAYED AND IN I 'I
loved ota Set ol III. tut ADVERTISE I\ THE (... 110 ..r. Ins 6I2IoC HW 01770 SUN RENTAL ,... .very ....... you AT I
lor or for eppolntment in It. 171 MM er 3741311.IROROOMt. WANT ADS rlepptMW. In me hem ill MAWII *>OWRRIMOtOH MOST STATES THROUGHOUT THE
an or lit 5322. SERVICE DIRECTORY ChIN .oId smISooObrs Ssr. through h...,.. A NimmendOrgen I CO. I'
-- 0 .Hvlnoj room dining 055' :':'..400050.. SrsO1.I...!' 500$.. will$ fool ye*..Nni. In the.. Ill H MAIN NATION.
.room tin pirn, tcietntd percfi. 5i05 50 1Ioc0ll. II It 95010Ins. Gmo I.
j'.
I Con..t Is ""' .... 05.15'. UOM. .. 21.0 5101' msSss.ERNIE I PR.j I I
SPEND CHRISTMAS IN Wits Ivrnl_. AlIo54. Jon, 41 Norms for ..... UsIa,., 'HOT POINT I rt* ILtri. REP. SHAW Or KILTER I UNIVERSITY
lit III Phono PR Q.JOH.IB .
SO'" elKtrU In .. O5011 Aloe Mutic Ce., inc. MOTOR COMPANY I CHEVROLET II
J5L1 1.110. CC1smo. 151011 ranH f CO.
Forest Pines *...kite equipped' *.M. per #10. mm Mir Llltlowood, ernool 5, ... PP d.OSi$ .Ill |w I Phone AveOelnewme. |,.- EN 231 W. Unlvinlty' A....
ns I
Nl lOll: Ave I I | pent. ... .... Phone PR .-.. er M* I 151 N Mil Sr.
tcnn porch. ..... rtngo. lit* el Ml NW lOIN Tor T-A-0 APfLIANCIliMiod ipTNlr PIANO hill M not FR 4-5371 FR -75ll
An I Colored Neighborhood me. SN Nl. lIt It end euerentoedct 01754104, 5115. SrrsN Mclolsd.LILLIAN .
: 1 CIII McKI..., 2105o. .... I IR, I bethl cent ntet. bollt.Noi" RttrHrXI'en from SOP e* I MUSIC ITO.I."I .
fI' .::16 Jr. kitchen iirpirl end tlortplim Rmeit from ut upn S I. 151 .,. TROPICALPONTIAC.
lor 1101, UN, pir me.pnere WeMWt frem lit ueI I VISIT YOU
:> .'t 2 BR )HOUSE PR ttnt.Phone Oryert t.,5550.tS IPICIAk CHIIIIIMAISAVI"O' INC. .
Ml N me molasl PoodProeien from 519 I en ell Morchondiie bendInttrumenti I Authoring' I
ut.t. Pop SONY. 0 lit sal upI
&f.h II end iccinoriei.OtRDA MILLER. 220 N.W. It. Av
*.
Ills NI Itth Ave 510510 Ills III"'. t mill 40500isrry OlthwiiMrt from 141 ue :enentyelir j
NW'' "tnt I. W"de P0.4. 1.I Ifti from IM up MUSIC CO. FR 2-2513 I, Ted'if
1 IR I BUM. CCI. lOCI_ I7M77I, JIM VOyill APPIIANCI f. III_N. Min OTerll.ACCORDION BROWN .......... jj
'.... Call .376.1562 oft.r Ill NW tin AMP.. mum II* ..... I wtTeld. 4222 55S55 j

.No'i I1SPMtill 49 ...... fet hIlt PIODIRI Cobol AulomtlH hut. I twltchee owl Hot, Mil N.W. IIth St.r .
NW 14m Ave. pump end sir cendltuneri Cue.teel hit guerentoe. IIM er enlceth .
*
l.I"l I IR, I kith Good _III...
I' 0155.5. Avilltbii rId ol Dec ... homo. 131 .... kyer .11. pint II... rmge end retmleri .......... lop I17M Atlnotvuie Ion.
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KIPKPATRICK RIALTY Mm "'Y. 1017 NI SIll
It N. Mtln .,. PR fit.. Ave Phone PR 011.. en .tun redlenl flreploce h*."',.
'ft ZdJk ? irg. oil' III.i"n (me win" ...t..... I PI ire 1
,:.. .. ChIN Itoo btcI........ .,itcl.ss 5,11.121 WG'i Mi lend t yeni). _.11., eel ledlutltMill '44. lulck llectre, 4 eoor ftll" I AUTOMOIIlletPAiit
.
500. 01000 IS bus 5lo.. 541. P7740. to? moo. 0151.10 iKknem pie* lllti mn cue PM everythlr I .
:t # P. 4.5724.. OTtlllFURNIIHID porch reeling. chelrtt uk dining lIlly ".H. U Ovility Mood Cert TRUCKSALE
...ot:;.!> '. 3711211, louis Iclroillrli upright pleneiditk I HIT PIICII

McCoy Bvildin (just Riot if Duvet Ell. School I IN lOOMS- IVt II loll iwlvel chelri, uphelllered MILTON MOTORS I ANYWMU'SOUTHIRN

.I. lIlt Ay.. eni1 N.I. 25lk St. from c......... t,. IV* lit Ave.Cell lls0 solo with roas mitchmg sod Oodasorc chtlri 74105 mltc.. PR I
4,000 Sq. Ft. Mod. 371-1:11': Mil ttudenti only 711 N MAIN IT. 4-7171
Five, Niw Mitonry Hornet turn eronie loIS limp with I AUTO
NICI ROOM CIOM 5 ... oMtlriotperking IOKM, itemed, eieu I h i d 11wnile I Itltt
Thret btdroomi. til"* both ktchtn. living room, dining 4 teryli
refrlgtrttor evllllk IIAntonni Chmi pitcher 4 wltnbot-
room and a bogs itorog o"d! utility room plui front cut, conveniently tv.._ Ml II Ind kit kitchen utontlli. PR tmrtlor III N Moie II.

porch Built on a nict nit lot complgt with plants PI. PR Mm. mpoctlon- epplIIUPHOL Volu. Rated L ruinDeal

and lawn. ocottd warehouse Me, imill tlllct lasSo

Tet.l price I.cbodsg clenni coil $9500.00 50 M. II. Hwiet cettte cipinet tibiaS, rnedorn venity, cheirt.* I n en u I Ichirti Uitd Cart __ ___ !

Downpermenf ..Iy . ISO.00 space corner lot NIvVMAN'\ / !* LJtKpi en ''prlviii lot. new cnini cob.net. Solo e
Monthly payminti (Includinf inurence 65.00 COIIOI" P450104. broe 554 .07450 "lIItoItI twos.Surly B&G MOTOR CO.
Flnencln It lecel NO '.H..I FR 6.Hn Nil Purnlture ....... *. I
C.4IU. 014.... 1I. With I
with NW mn Avt Phone PR 4-4MI. o
Nl 4.1.", M* ... .nd m... rlhf I., hivl s .... hem parking -- 2COI NW hIlt Si.
this Ch'i."..... SI-A I Went1 T. Riot 01 WAIHIR 4 ORylRIM4 '

OPEN SUNDAY 2.it PM TILL S PM $150 Mo. W17411o tool p.ro 'ot JO Ii 101 medoil PR In l-lett oicellent etter I condition.Phone P M. The II' COR VAl It

Cell Girold' ir V Q McCoy cini m woittrn Hell et county. FOR THE CORRECT

FR 6-7290 Call FR 2.4206 ...... PR HOI 66 Mitd. Fer Set 60 Pick01 V.ry olson 1295r

OffIce lecetie et N. Mel Sf .,,4 li II... I Puml01sd I *R .hovtd within' 1 1ml TIME RCS(4( :
DEALERWho :
et Ctmput Moot M yoryeultt WIDOINU DRIIIend
Write M IRetd FR 2-1411
ntigruwKood _.... tliot MlMM

Polk. 401 bo It ere Ovrwlee June Wiy.. .PheniPHytlci Wintor NW tth Aol.p. CourtnvO* I

Pout, ttttr J."..I,_ 1 4IHI Wants
Unlxnity, Ckt'ielet jrl
SERVICES CHEV
NEWI I NEW!
f 2 ...,..... W.....* slit MIl end .....,. II* PS, "PIM. I ... MiinM.il Ulk Av*. M', toll

, ...... roclerl tilt IIKnHI ke/y't
ROOM AND .00110 I.'" TV on_... II' 05.11.1, SIT' To / 'IH'de' 1745

omtt...*. mild, ........ kern 5550. WIUIAWI. Mon, mere IIRVICI Mre.CINTIMmrthemi ..... 1 GAINESVILLEAUTO O ,w.v'i;"

t
Home And BusinessAuto 237 SW 2nd Plec. Rd____ trl.nff SALES DEAL I bits'' ..
_
ROOM AND 40AP.O. IIOMem hAd yeuraorl Mr e will Mrme i
hemlMlId WOOS I Ilsoottroc01n0 flrtl llmi yew 550 tiul Lve looT N. Milt. P I

PSs. PS l'4i____ Ire Ronl itoctrie ohompewr llMcOeniellPiirMtvn "' ... Fl 2-61II r FORD

Mortgege Broker 51 Offlcd-Ddtk Spec .UIt ts5l1.. Csooor.Cl. Ollne Northcdfilrol Florid' IBARKLEY ,
62 II. ion a.0II'I' colt 1295

.."AI 5454 "' ,11'. Bootaig'C nMMi' -n NTTft U FT W omceleoce G. I. WASHER L I =rc.o14f SHAW C 0)150545' VI I

I'l per cm! mnreit rtrm* ItluTI _... '' *'ot ir, 1579 VI wot.NW Mk ll. CHI >7e> peed werMg PR"'Mtt. IMPMONtf I RCnh".

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per tit-your needl end npeln ,
RIPINAIKI
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cirl M tnytime.PR .UHLY rNOoo11sd 001(0 05105IS &
cut _4.771Geroft 44. 00101" .1111 0 SoW.Sc Our Very .... Wlthee Per ThuChrHtmee :
Don Byrd Ph 376-3175 !, aol 5110015. Sotl.. teem en* the NowARCMRR DODGE

PIll 1021 oocssotM.as II 10055500Oif DooreImloiietlo end elr. conditiitun ISO?. OHttroit 37w
1515. I...... to 5051t. porftlnf Slot evitlibtiPhtni 0.1 L' 05 KEETER
WOO .1 lodtI 41511501 of 5. JUAOI DOCI ...ICIA' tiT Norwood ....... PRucuRiry 4.5311. ,. ..."ROAD. MOTORS 56 '/abonbodnsuo,. 150 I
..(..'Ion. C.$ 100055,50 4 '
ntttn. Heirinf sit urnOINO good body
J 10 OII500IICC, 550074' ee* eter tnoMotf cm OHM. INN W. univenify A... Pint Class' IV64 iELlCT-0-MATlC IN THI AUTO CAMIIARKLIT -
lot '$51550 ft te tu I AM. er ener 4 PM. ....,.... OWce totco. Air cend* ewvteorvtae Avtomelld I'l' !''> kM Hun I 'S THI NAMI' 2J8 W. Unfvenity
PIIO "A..I..II 0 5005005 .. .. CN. tw. alt iOcs.l oar5t5. JinIs, _s ..... DIM 0.f10t. Soot.on 2201 N Meln | .
lOll 10* area NW Mr Ave.l.ktVJXON. 11II-1.. ...,...... CHI PR 444* o.I040$5. 1514155 0155.5.45 r.Fl I 'h,.. FK 6-5J7I
PDA AID" CINVINIIOMAlIOANI er PR I-Hi 1 510005001. ....... p15045. 510.0lIP10I 2-4171

OPPKl IP C. *.. 015555551155)55 0000451005. 50 50 050 L _ .'
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r. H. A. 4. <_ toilS P.01155 5(05 005.5 _.... .. ft per me. Coil I OIl w. 5500. 455 OOStt CRANELINCOLN.MERCURY aO lIves.
INC
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Gloss 1110055 md Undeftwoed soady to I
04000. I yur wtrienty letcnifiecoMmenM
t1t II 00540. III_!. Ivi .... SOs 54 KtliwM .....l* mevie mmuM pnlecter n/ptwrllor. M *IHL ;,5O$1Il
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_... httltulionifret /Mortgage Bookers 0 ... M Ave. lIONS NI' slIlso 0., ..... ..'" $ .. toMre I p so. __
pktoe 4. durvery AObonrty 4 ,_... ontn W yeert ge. P'5WV If P...... t Of SW 5074 '
I vilue le your terMAUIOINI 50555 in 50 A... HM per me. PKen PR KVOOO POR IA1I, o-j SAFE BUY I CHIV
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55510. 1154 4504 -, ........ USED CARS '13 $015. boil.'.

Auto Repair fir Service 1011 001Fi. l wd Netin, toed endmeri kienoiie
Modern Painting ISAuI 11.... n. .. 105.0 uevm. lettewd 516 5. MAIN ST. 4I
ell Wo _. II 5545000 051.lrVIe 5,114150 41. 0004. P010. 0 ond mod totM none. Mor
Pooo ....1<. 00,500" C550Im'OsuIt 010'9 Old 51. 1' 00. Cii IlirWad slam Sal, 14 per me. NUlenel SaooI. i.
rosairs S 1150. 05.. AN 5040555557450Im101 InolnIo.kk..plssq 1105. P0 .,, II .. P, 1001..$ .. kumwo Cd., HI 41. UtttyAM. .. Mr l. lcy Mr Hert. MrT ,erher CHIVfM
50,1) Gns'scl,..d. PR .....,. .M>H AGE
nn MM mi A.. PR ..*.*. $10., r'h"n, FR Z ill I
l 544.1 05IOI 5. ..... 5 MI .Kl|
s_. CIwIsSII.SV OIl ..
CAN ClOD OFIN IVININGS
asplawus oor HI' W_. 511 .,tIt (lot boot W
Appreital d>er*>** A HALF CtNTURrOP COMPUTE BCOCKECPI5..G 117$.tl261 Spa ISS0. Ill W Drn55. 54. Jr wGAINESVILLE
Till
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) tfrui fork Qftntr, 'hat only 1,500 used them. bcr charged that the "chowkl- has given rise to some unusual' There are Individualists who the lamppost, untangled the light of the street lamp. From I
The reason Is that the ID of dan," I Fixtures
or watchmen In
chargeof Institutions. devise
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NEW DELHI Nineteen pea own solutions to the rope and placed the bed on time to time be Interrupted his

pie died of bitter cold on th :Iclally wo permanent sponsored and nlghtshelters the others. charging the shelters 2S paise were((5 cents Illegally) a One Is the sidewalk bedding problem. A lone charpoy a the pavement. Then be went to reading to scribble on a pieceof Rnkfentlol. Industrial. Cbnwntrclil

pavement of Delhi In one week unhygienic tnf night for sleeping keeper.! For a nominal charge string bed on a wooden fraqje, a nearby eating bouse, changedinto paper.
are ipace.
this month. emporary Fear of of IS paise (3 cents) he stores hangs on a lamppost In a busy pajamas and came out with Questioned he said he was a CALL
uncomfortable. Al
Each year such deaths draw orbiddingly contagious diseases Is bedding for the homeless during thoroughfare of Delhi. his bedding which he unrolledon and had to Delhi C. P. Dressler
mme the people are locked In another obstacle. : poet come
brief attention to the desperaU until lest I the day. His clients collect To discover who owned the the charpy. trom the Punjab in north west Electrical Contractor
morning they l'U
Most of
situation of the homeless In thi the shelterless are their bedding from him each charpoy it was to In the blankets
away with blankets. 1'1 left to their I necessary Wrapped were India He found It difficult to Phone FR 6-6193
capital where population h a i own resources to night and disappear to their wait the
near pole. At 1 p.m a three books. lie crawled into sell enough to rent
poems pay
foci During the debate one mem.I fight the bleak winter, and this I 910 N.W. 4th Se.-
far housing chosen
outstripped sleeping quarters. man nonchantly walked toward bed and began to read by the he said.!
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cry 300, live on pavements, in
nooks and corners, under trees

1 and bridges, on the steps of ;
public buildings and In the ( '

partial shelter of shop fronts. : :
In summer Delhi Is one of the
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hottest cities of the world but In

.winter the temperature some I
times drops well below freezing qty 11'f
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Opposition members attackedthe
government In parllam e n t
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earlier this month for its failure

to provide shelter for the I DECEMBER 30 and 31 1964 '
.J homeless "under its very nose ,n .
and eyes in the capital"
The minister for housing and
works replied that shelters tad
been built for 8,200 people but



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,Drive with both bands ftnh
graspIng( the driving wheat
1 thIs prepares TOO for whatenr
'quick action n required. One-
I handed drivers "fingertip"" .

driven cannot adequately handle Note: Note:
an emergency that requfrei
split-second swerving of the car '
out of danger or holding the car Special HoursWEDNESDAY t ... "/ Special Hours
,to the road. Don't relax at the
wheel. Driving Is serious bust ';! ': THURSDAY9A.M.'Til
ness. 3- 2NOTICI

OP INTINTION TO I5' = *E TO Wi'TH'MORE

'unu.n'lo aaalTulICTITIOU loction HI.of,$,NAMI..,Id. Hot. 9A.M.-9P.M. S 111 6 P.M.
Nee nolle h Mnb7! ,Ivan b': tinimdinlgnod
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'lorldo, Intend' to nglttor mid flctltloui
Horn tmur mo irovliloni. *t In* itgro-
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D.... ., Oilnoivlllo, riorldi Mill J
diy ol pie A.p I'M. NEVER BEFORE SUCH A SALE .
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NOTICa OP BALI MAYBE NEVER AGAIN '
T. Whom II MAY ConcomiVon
y *>. noroby nollllid hot I will 0"*'
1 lor...sale." led wll ., publlo ill'*..to, thi... BIG NICKEL TIME
I, h''. '' 'nd dootrlbid bill blddw HvMhxkl tar .c...h MIC ttfollowlnf FABULOUS RED-LINE SAVINGS ON
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Ilitod low nd groy lOW..1CC IPprwlmiioly '-
\i rn.. IB. ippronlinilily til IN. ind I on..Ibt.. dark it II gray,,00 1 M HUNDREDS OF ITEMS THROUGHOUT -
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A Itn day ol jinuiry 1W9I
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Aloehu, Cour.lvOinMvllli, PlorldlM ODD LOTS. ODDS. AND ENDS
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'II N THI COURt 05 THI COUNTY ITEMS WE'D RATHER MARK DOWN
JUDOt ALACHUA COUNTY

)In IN rot PROBATI ea..0tPlLMY TAYLOU/ POUD 'LOIIIDA'j THAN INVENTORY. AND WE 1

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All C..dlters md Hiving'
Clilml' : DornomU Agllnil 1 lold litonUK : HAVE MARKED THEM SO LOW

Ye.Kid ..each....1'...M to'prnint h.nw..., clolmi nell-'

end you may mMdi hiv welch...,...you th., oitito or Allis ol Pail ol, O THEY ARE BOUND TO SELL. COME
my Tiyior' Pord dMMHd, I.I* ol uldCounty '
County. ,, to Plorldl IK* County, .l Ml Jvdg ollle ol* Al.cUua'In I'.' fU EARLY SHOP ALL DEPARTMENTS -
court Mull ol Mid County it OiliMtvillo -
Plorldo within IK e.l ndirinonHil
from mo tlmo of th* first puHe.IlM *-'
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ol IWl Mile f K Ulm ormmon ,, t ITEMS AREMARKED &
iMIl b. In writing. and llulltut
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_end not M HIM Mull bo void leho
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Cats: cnmpinlM, ty in. tiling" nx *l a
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$100 \ 2 I PRICE


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: : Yes Indeed: Your nickel is really big on buying power during this

EVERY I sole. come in and see Select one pair of top quality ladies' .

?' Please Note: All Red Line Merchandise Sold high heels medium heels. or fiats Buy it at the regular

WEDNESDAY 'a> on as Is basis. all sales final. t No Ref price' i and another pair of equal value (or less) will be yours for p

NIGHT unds No Exchanges No Layaway. ONLY 5c. .. (not Q" sizes In all styles of course) .

IS PM to 9 PM r BRINGA FRIEND SHARE THE SAVINGS ,.
atHOWARD i.'V OF COURSE YOU CAN BUY ON "

CENTRAL CHARGE or B-L CHARGE Take A Number Please!

In fairness to our many customers. once again
Jownion/ 4y y'i, 1 we will use the number system. to insure being 0
,a served In order please pICk up a Number Cer os
you enter the Shoe Oept. 4
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k-Y Use Your 0.". Accowir But All

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